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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

UConn's Stewart, Jefferson, Tuck candidates for WBCA All-American honors

The WBCA announced the all-region teams which is the first step towards selecting the WBCA All-American team.

UConn was well represented with the trio of Moriah Jefferson, Breanna Stewart and Morgan Tuck being selected to the Region 3 team as was former Hillhouse High star Bria Holmes.

Stewart is UConn's leading scorer (19.2 points per game) and rebounder (8.4), has a team-high 115 blocked shots and is second with 131 assists. Jefferson leads the Huskies with 179 assists and 88 steals while contributing 12.8 points per game. Tuck averages 12.8 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

Holmes led West Virginia in scoring (16.8 points per game) and has a team-best 130 assists.

Here are the teams
Region 1
Lindsay Allen Notre Dame Junior Guard 5’8”
Adut Bulgak Florida State Senior Center 6’4”
Madison Cable Notre Dame Senior Guard 5’10”
Myisha Hines-Allen Louisville Sophomore Forward 6’2”
Jonquel Jones George Washington Senior Forward 6’6”
Kelsey Minato Army Senior Guard 5’8”
Mariya Moore Louisville Sophomore Forward 6’0”
Adrienne Motley Miami (Fla.) Junior Guard 5’9”
Shereesha Richards Albany Senior Forward 6’1”
April Robinson Duquesne  Senior Guard 5’8”
Leticia Romero Florida State Junior Guard 5’8”
Azurá Stevens Duke Sophomore Forward 6’6”
Shakayla Thomas Florida State Sophomore Guard 5’11”
Brianna Turner Notre Dame Sophomore Forward 6’3”
Aaliyah Whiteside Georgia Tech Senior Guard/Forward 6’0”
Region 2
Alaina Coates South Carolina Junior Center 6’4”
Makayla Epps Kentucky Junior Guard 5’10”
Nathalie Fontaine Ball State Senior Guard 6’2”
Jordan Frericks Missouri Junior Forward 6’1”
Tiffany Mitchell South Carolina Senior Guard 5’9”
Victoria Vivians Mississippi State Sophomore Guard 6’1”
Courtney Walker Texas A&M Senior Guard 5’8”
A’ja Wilson South Carolina Sophomore Forward 6’5”
Region 3
Imani Boyette Texas Senior Center 6’7”
Nina Davis Baylor Junior Forward 5’11”
Bria Holmes West Virginia Senior Guard 6’1”
Moriah Jefferson Connecticut Senior Guard 5’7”
Niya Johnson Baylor Senior Guard 5’8”
Alexis Jones Baylor Junior Guard 5’9”
Brittney Martin Oklahoma State Senior Guard 6’0”
Breanna Stewart Connecticut Senior Forward 6’4”
Morgan Tuck Connecticut Junior Forward 6’2”
Courtney Williams South Florida Senior Guard 5’8”
Region 4
Ameryst Alston Ohio State Senior Guard 5’9”
Rachel Banham Minnesota Senior Guard 5’9”
Nia Coffey Northwestern Junior Forward 6’1”
Kim Demmings Wright State Senior Guard 5’8”
Katelynn Flaherty Michigan Sophomore Guard 5’7”
Danaejah Grant St. John’s Senior Guard 5’9”
Chanise Jenkins DePaul Senior Guard 5’5”
Brionna Jones Maryland Junior Center 6’3”
Kelsey Mitchell Ohio State Sophomore Guard 5’8”
Aerial Powers Michigan State Junior Forward 6’0”
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough Maryland Junior Guard 5’11”
Region 5
Jillian Alleyne Oregon Senior Guard 6’3”
Kristine Anigwe California-Berkeley Freshman Forward/Center 6’4”
Sophie Brunner Arizona State Junior Forward 6’1”
Brittany Crain UC Riverside Senior Guard 5’8”
Temi Fagbenle Southern California Senior Center 6’4”
Ruth Hamblin Oregon State Senior Center 6’6”
Kelsey Plum Washington Junior Guard 5’8”
Jamie Weisner Oregon State Senior Guard 5’10”

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unless I am blind, there are no Tennessee players on this list. When was the last time that happened? (Deshields was named preseason All American.)

1:56 PM 

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