Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu has won the Wade Trophy for the second consecutive year and is one of three Ducks players to be selected as an All-American this season.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 89-47
- 11/13W 109-52
- 11/16W 99-63
- 11/2417W 81-64
- 11/28W 89-72
- 11/29W 91-54
- 11/308L 72-62
- 12/8W 95-56
- 12/14W 81-45
- 12/16W 84-41
- 12/21W 89-51
- 1/3W 104-46
- 1/5W 88-51
- 1/10L 72-66
- 1/1218W 71-64
- 1/163W 87-55
- 1/19W 105-55
- 1/247W 76-64
- 1/267W 66-57
- 1/30W 90-63
- 2/1W 101-53
- 2/34W 74-56
- 2/712W 85-52
- 2/919W 79-48
- 2/147W 80-66
- 2/16W 93-67
- 2/21W 93-61
- 2/244W 74-66
- 2/28W 88-57
- 3/1W 92-56
- 3/6W 79-59
- 3/713W 88-70
- 3/87W 89-56
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This weekend, New Orleans was scheduled to host the Final Four, and our panel thinks Baylor, Oregon and South Carolina would have been favorites to win it all.
- Ducks' Ionescu, Hebard among Wooden finalists
- Ducks' Ionescu is unanimous AP women's POY
- Ionescu named 1st team All-American a 3rd time
- Ionescu 'saddened' by abrupt end to Ducks career
Reigning winner Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard, South Carolina's Tyasha Harris, Baylor's Lauren Cox and Kentucky's Rhyne Howard are the finalists for the John R. Wooden Award, given to the sport's most outstanding player.
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Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu joined former UConn star Breanna Stewart as the only players to be unanimously chosen The Associated Press women's basketball player of the year.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
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Sabrina Ionescu has joined an elite group, becoming a three-time All-American. She was joined on the first team by Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard, Baylor's Lauren Cox, Kentucky's Rhyne Howard and UConn's Megan Walker.
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Dawn Staley, Geno Auriemma, Kelly Graves, Kim Mulkey and Brenda Frese continue to grapple with the season ending without a women's NCAA tournament.
ESPN.com tabbed the Oregon senior for top honors. Coach Dawn Staley, freshman Aliyah Boston and mid-major star Ciara Duffy also earned accolades.
Oregon cut down the Pac-12 tournament nets Sunday and is already focused on the next goal: returning to the Final Four and winning its first title.