31   Ally Lehman
Ally  Lehman


Nineveh, Ind.

High School:
Indian Creek





Huskies Improve to 2-0 at Home in 79-63 Win over EIU

Jazmine Harris’ career-high 21 points leads potent Huskie offense


Huskies Host Panthers in Pre-Thanksgiving Bout

Contest will be second-straight meeting prior to holiday break


Huskies Set for Home Opener Against Wisconsin Lutheran

NIU is 11-6 in home openers since the 1999-2000 season


Huskies Fall to OVC Favorite on the Road

Ally Lehman records double-double; Kelly Smith leads with 16 points


Huskies Start 2015-16 Season at SIUE

Head Coach Lisa Carlsen makes official debut on NIU sideline


NIU-Saint Francis Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 86-54 exhibition win over Saint Francis.


NIU-Miami (Ohio) Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 60-49 victory over Miami (Ohio). Freshmen Kelly Smith and Renee Sladek each recorded double-doubles as NIU limited the RedHawks to less than 50 points, the fifth different opponent to score in the 40s.


NIU-Bowling Green Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 67-50 victory over Bowling Green, NIU's first over the Falcons since a four overtime victory in 2004.


NIU-Kent State Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 66-49 victory over Kent State.


NIU-Valparaiso Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 65-50 loss versus Valparaiso. NIU shot 50-percent in the second half.


NIU defeats Eastern Illinois, 79-63

Four Huskies score 10-or-more points, led by Jazmine Harris' career-high 21 points


NIU defeats Wisconsin Lutheran, 69-42

Head Coach Lisa Carlsen picked up her first win at NIU and Ally Lehman gets sworn into military service prior to game.


NIU defeats Bowling Green, 67-50

The Huskies improved to 5-1 at home against the Falcons to earn their first win over BGSU since 2004.


NIU defeats Kent State, 66-49

The Huskies improved to 4-1 at home as it defeated Kent State, 66-49. NIU also improved to 2-2 in the MAC.


NIU falls to Valparaiso, 65-50

A second half surge by NIU wasn't enough as it outscored the Crusaders in the period, 35-27.

• Played in all 29 games with 28 starts
• Took over primary point guard duties, averaging 9.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists in 34.0 minutes per game
• Finished the season with a 2.45 assist-turnover ratio, ranked 14th in the NCAA; 121st in assists per game
• Finished with 115 helpers, becoming the first player since Courtney Shelton in 2011-12 to record 100+ assists in a season
• Led the team in rebounding (7.3) and was second in scoring (9.2)
• Recorded two double-doubles - at Bradley on Dec. 30 (10 points, 10 rebounds) and versus Western Michigan on Feb. 11 (13 points, 10 rebounds)
• Dished assists 10 assists in victory over Central Michigan (Feb. 25), adding nine points and eight rebounds
• Registered a season-high 22 points with eight rebounds and three steals versus Valparaiso, going 10-for-23 from the field
• Recorded 17 rebounds at Ohio with seven points and three assists (Jan. 21); most in a game since 2011
• Totaled 14 blocks, including three versus SIUE (Dec. 17)
• Helped the Huskies to the second-best turnovers per game rate in the NCAA (10.6/G)

• Played in all 30 games of the season, starting 27
• Saw time as a point guard, shooting guard and some action in the post
• Scored 6.2 points per game, while rebounding 4.4 balls per game
• Second amongst freshmen in the Mid-American Conference in assists with 73 (2.4 per game)
• Registered first career double-double in MAC opener versus Ohio, scoring 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds (Jan. 4)
• Also recorded two steals and two assists versus the Bobcats (Jan. 4)
• Surpassed 10-or-more points in a game seven times, including three-straight games versus UIC, Ohio and Toledo (Dec. 31, Jan. 4 and 9)
• Was a season-best 7-for-13 with 16 points and five rebounds versus WMU in the regular season finale (March 8)
• Distributed a season-best six assists at Buffalo (Feb. 15)
• Also recorded five helpers in NIU's overtime win at EMU in the MAC Tournament First Round (March 10)
• Scored 11 points at Miami (Ohio) to aid NIU in a 69-66 road victory (Jan. 18)
• Finished 7-of-8 from the field (7-for-7 in second half) at Akron with 14 points, six boards and three assists (Feb. 19)
• Registered 10 points, five rebounds, four assists and zero turnovers against Ball State in the second round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament in Cleveland (March 12)
• Was a flawless 4-for-4 in free throw attempts versus Buffalo (Jan. 23)


• One of Indiana's top-scorers as a senior with over 24 points per game (24.2)
• Named to IndyStar.com's All-Indiana team as a senior
• Johnson County Player of the Year as a junior
• A two-star recruit and ranked 148th at her position by ESPN HoopGurlz
• Led her team in points (629), assists (143), steals (138) and blocks (48) as a senior in 2012-13
• Indian Creek also finished 20-6 on the season, including a perfect 8-0 in Mid-Hoosier Conference play
• The Lady Braves fell to Mt. Vernon (Fortville) in their first-ever IHSAA Regional Final appearance

• Considered attending Green Bay, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska or Vanderbilt
• Was involved with Indian Creek Youth Basketball league and area Special Olympics program
• Intends on majoring in communications

Minutes: 40, vs Toledo (3/4/15)
Field Goals Made: 10, vs Valparaiso (11/20/14)
Field Goals Attempted: 23, vs Valparaiso (11/20/14)
Three Pointers Made: 3, vs SIUE (12/17/14)
Three Pointers Attempted: 5, three times, last; vs SIUE (12/17/14)
Free Throws Made: 7, vs Delaware State (11/30/14)
Free Throw Attempts: 8, vs Delaware State (11/30/14)
Rebounds: 17, at Ohio (1/21/15)
Assists: 10, vs Central Michigan (2/25/15)
Blocks: 3, vs SIUE (12/17/14)
Steals: 4, twice, last; at Buffalo (1/14/15)
Points: 22, vs Valparaiso (11/20/14)

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