USA Today named their Women’s Bouncy Ball 2018 All-America Team and awards this week.
In what figures to be the first of many awards, @ChennedyCarter has been named National Freshman of the Year by @usatodaysports!— Texas A&M Women's Basketball (@AggieWBB) March 7, 2018
Carter leads Division I freshmen with 21.7 points per game, and ranks in the Top 10 among freshmen in assists & steals. pic.twitter.com/4MomjH2GQX
Although it’s not clear from the article who votes for this, USA Today does the weekly Coaches Poll.
F A’ja Wilson, 6-5, senior, South Carolina
G/F Katie Lou Samuelson, 6-3, junior, Connecticut
G Asia Durr, 5-10, junior, Louisville
G Sabrina Ionescu, 5-10, sophomore, Oregon
G Victoria Vivians, 6-1, senior, Mississippi State
G Gabby Williams, 5-11, senior, Connecticut
C Kalani Brown, 6-7, junior, Baylor
G Arike Ogunbowale, 5-8, junior, Notre Dame
G Kelsey Mitchell, 5-8, senior, Ohio State
F Megan Gustafson, 6-3, junior, Iowa
G Brittany McPhee, 6-0, senior, Stanford
G Brooke McCarty, 5-4, senior, Texas
F Napheesa Collier, 6-1, junior, Connecticut
F Myisha Hines-Allen, 6-2, senior, Louisville
G Jordin Canada, 5-6, senior, UCLA
Wilson was National POY. We’ve played 3/5 of the first team players this season. If we survive and advance, we’ll play more of the AA team.
The Ags are likely to host the first and second rounds. If we do, it will be your last chance to see the team live at Reed.