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Monday, February 04, 2013

Faris added to Wade Trophy watch list

UConn senior Kelly Faris was among eight players added to the Wade Trophy watch list giving UConn four of the 33 candidates for the prestigious national player of year award as Stefanie Dolson, Bria Hartley and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis were among 25 players named to the watch list during the preseason.

Faris is the only UConn player to start every game this season. She is averaging 10.7 points. 5.1 rebounds and leads the Huskies with 90 assists and 56 steals.

The list will be cut to 12 finalists next month with the Wade Trophy winner being named during the Final Four.
Name                                            Institution                Position                   Year

Alex Bentley Penn State Guard Senior
Kelsey Bone Texas A&M Center Junior
Gennifer Brandon California Forward Junior
Heather Butler UT Martin Guard Junior
Layshia Clarendon California Guard Senior
Carolyn Davis Kansas Forward Senior
 Elena Delle Donne Delaware Forward Senior
Skylar Diggins Notre Dame Guard Senior
Stefanie Dolson Connecticut Center Junior
Kelly Faris Connecticut Guard Senior
Christina Foggie UCLA Guard Junior
Chassidy Fussell Texas Guard Junior
Angel Goodrich Kansas Guard Senior
Chelsea Gray Duke Guard Junior
Brittney Griner Baylor Guard Senior
Bria Hartley Connecticut Guard Junior
Tianna Hawkins Maryland Forward Senior
Tayler Hill Ohio State Guard Senior
Jordan Hooper Nebraska Forward Junior
Chelsea Hopkins San Diego State Guard Senior
 Maggie Lucas Penn State Guard  Junior
 Anna Martin DePaul Guard Senior
 A’dia Mathies Kentucky Guard Senior
 Lindsey Moore Nebraska Guard Senior
 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Connecticut Forward Sophomore
 Chiney Ogwumike Stanford Forward Junior
 Niveen Rasheed Princeton Guard Senior
 Sugar Rodgers Georgetown Guard Senior
 Shoni Schimmel Louisville Guard Junior
 Meighan Simmons Tennessee Guard Junior
Odyssey Sims Baylor Guard Junior
Alyssa Thomas Maryland Guard Junior
 Elizabeth Williams Duke Center Sophomore

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