|Hometown||Fort Wayne, Ind.|
|High School (Prev. School)||Harding|
2009-2010: Saw action in 28 games for the Brown and Gold, starting five ... averaged 1.8 points per game ... scored a season-high 10 points against Milwaukee on Feb. 27 ... had a career-high three assists at Chicago State (Dec. 2) ... matched a career-best with three rebounds against Green Bay on Feb. 25 ... had two steals against Youngstown State (Feb. 13) ... 11 of 17 field goals were from beyond the three-point arc ... went 4-for-4 from the free throw line against Youngstown State.
2008-2009: Came off of the bench to appear in 19 games for Valpo as a sophomore ... scored a season-high 11 points in 20 minutes of action at Loyola (Chicago) on Feb. 12 ... made 3-of-4 from three-point range in the win against the Ramblers ... tallied nine points in Horizon League opener against Youngstown State (Jan. 3) ... grabbed a career-best three rebounds against Detroit on Feb. 6 ... had two assists at Green Bay (Jan. 31) ... recorded first career blocked shot on Jan. 23 at Butler ... had three steals on the year ... 10 of 15 field goals came from three-point range.
2007-2008: Saw action in 16 games as a rookie for the Crusaders ... scored a season-high 12 points in 20 minutes of action at Cincinnati on Nov. 16 ... made 4-of-7 three-point attempts against the Bearcats ... scored seven points in 18 minutes of play at Notre Dame on Dec. 12 ... grabbed two rebounds at Cincinnati ... had steals against Notre Dame and Cleveland State (Feb. 2) ... had two assists at Bowling Green (Nov. 9), against Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 23), and Cleveland State (Feb. 2) ... made 8-of-10 free throws on the season.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Hawks ... a three-time All-Conference selection ... two-time All-Area Team pick ... twice a Hoosier Basketball All-State selection ... a McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Sertoma Award winner ... News Sentinel Sterling Silver Award nominee ... led Harding to four sectional championships and one regional title ... invited to the Top-100 workout three times ... invited to the Indiana All-State Team tryout ... a member of Indiana’s Finest and Legit AAU basketball teams that won five state championships and one national championship ... a member of National Honor Society ... graduated fourth in senior class ... also lettered in softball ... played basketball for coach J.J. Foster.
Personal: Rashida is the daughter of Jonathan and Rhonda Ray ... born April 29, 1989 ... major is nursing.