[ncaa 14]The college careers of the 2020 U.S. Women’s Olympic basketball team, including awards and career st

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  The 12-player roster for the 2020 U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team features five former UConn players, two from Notre Dame and one from each of Baylor, Duke, LSU, South Carolina and Texas.

  The Olympic basketball competition begins July 25 in Japan. Here’s the schedule for the women’s team, which is coached by University of South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley.

  Below is a complete breakdown of the roster and each player’s college career.

  Six Olympic gold medalists. Six more entering the Olympic family.

  The 2020 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team is set, and it’s poised to make history.

  — USA Basketball (@usabasketball) June 21, 2021

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  UConn's Sue Bird.

  Bird was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft and the four-time WNBA champion and 11-time All-Star will make her fifth U.S. Olympic roster, having earned a spot on the team in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 —?each time helping the U.S. take home the gold.

  The vitals

  School: UConn

  Years: 1998-2002

  Career averages: 11.7 ppg, 5.0 apg, 2.8 rpg, 2.1 spg

  Current WNBA team: Seattle Storm

  WNBA career averages: 12.1 ppg, 5.6 apg, 2.6 rpg, 1.3 apg

  Records

  Tied for the highest free-throw percentage in an NCAA tournament (min. 2.5 made per game and 10 total made): 100 percent (20-for-20) (2002)

  Most 3-point field goals in the 2000 NCAA Tournament: 14 3-point field goals

  Most 3-point field goals in the 2002 NCAA Tournament: 14 3-point field goals

  Highest free-throw percentage in the 2002 NCAA Tournament: 100 percent

  Highest career 3-point percentage in UConn history (min. 40 made): 45.9 percent

  Highest career free-throw percentage in UConn history (min. 100 made): 89.2 percent

  Highest single-season 3-point percentage in UConn history (min. 35 made): 49.7 percent (2000)

  Highest single-season free-throw percentage in UConn history (min. 2.0 per game): 94.2 percent (2002)

  Most assists in a season in UConn history: 231 (2002)

  Awards

  2000 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2000 All-Tournament Team

  2000 East Regional Team

  2001 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2001 AP Third Team All-American

  2001 East Regional Team

  2002 Naismith Player of the Year

  2002 Wade Trophy recipient

  2002 AP National Player of the Year

  2002 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2002 Honda Sports Award winner

  2002 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2002 ESPY Best Female College Athlete

  2002 Women’s Basketball News Service National Player of the Year

  2002 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2002 AP First Team All-American

  2002 USBWA First Team All-American

  2002 All-Tournament Team

  2002 Mideast Regional Team

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  UConn's Diana Taurasi.

  Like her former UConn teammate Sue Bird, Taurasi is making her fifth consecutive appearance on the U.S. Olympic team and she’ll bring with her the skill and experience of a former WNBA MVP (2009), three-time WNBA champion and nine-time all-star.

  The vitals

  School: UConn

  Years: 2000-04

  Career averages: 15.0 ppg, 4.5 apg, 4.4 rpg, 1.2 spg, 1.0 bpg

  Current WNBA team: Phoenix Mercury

  WNBA career averages: 19.6 ppg, 4.3 apg, 4.0 rpg, 1.0 spg

  Records

  Tied for the most 3-point field goals made over two games in the Final Four: Eight (2003)

  Most 3-point field goals attempted over two games in the Final Four: 20 (2003)

  Most career 3-point field goals made in the NCAA tournament: 61

  Most career 3-point field goals attempted in the NCAA tournament: 167

  Highest scoring average in the 2003 NCAA Tournament: 26.2 points per game

  Most total points in the 2003 NCAA Tournament: 157 points

  Most 3-point field goals in the 2003 NCAA Tournament: 20

  Most 3-point field goals in the 2004 NCAA Tournament: 17

  Most assists in the 2002 NCAA Tournament: 37

  Most assists by a sophomore in UConn history: 208

  Awards

  2001 East Regional Team

  2002 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2002 AP Second Team All-American

  2002 Mideast Regional Team

  2003 Naismith Player of the Year

  2003 Wade Trophy winner

  2003 AP National Player of the Year

  2003 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2003 Honda Sports Award winner

  2003 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2003 ESPY Best Female College Athlete

  2003 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2003 AP First Team All-American

  2003 USBWA First Team All-American

  2003 All-Tournament Team

  2003 East Regional Team

  2004 Naismith Player of the Year

  2004 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2004 ESPY Best Female Athlete

  2004 ESPY Best Female College Athlete

  2004 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2004 AP First Team All-American

  2004 USBWA First Team All-American

  2004 All-Tournament Team

  2004 East Regional Team

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  LSU's Sylvia Fowles.

  Fowles will make her fourth consecutive appearance in the Olympics after helping Team USA win the gold medal in 2008, 2012 and 2016.

  The vitals

  School: LSU

  Years: 2004-08

  Career averages: 15.5 ppg, 10.9 rpg, 2.2 bpg, 1.5 spg

  Current WNBA team: Minnesota Lynx

  WNBA career averages: 15.8 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 1.8 bpg, 1.2 spg, 1.1 apg

  Records

  Most rebounds in the 2008 NCAA Tournament: 63

  Most blocks in the 2008 NCAA Tournament: 17

  Most career rebounds in LSU history: 1,570

  Most career free throws attempted in LSU history: 822

  Most rebounds by a junior in LSU history: 477

  Most rebounds by a senior in LSU history: 361

  Most career blocked shots in LSU history: 321

  Most blocked shots by a freshman in LSU history: 99

  Most blocked shots by a sophomore in LSU history: 75

  Most career games played in LSU history: 144

  Most career NCAA tournament games played in LSU history: 20

  Most career double-doubles in LSU history: 86

  Most single-season double-doubles in LSU history: 27

  Most rebounds in an NCAA tournament game in LSU history: 20 (2008)

  Tied for the most steals in an NCAA tournament game in LSU history: Six (2008)

  Awards

  2008 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2008 SEC Player of the Year

  2008 SEC Defensive Player of the Year

  2008 AP First Team All-American

  2008 ESPN.com First Team All-American

  2008 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2008 USBWA First Team All-American

  2008 All-Tournament Team

  2008 First Team All-SEC

  2008 SEC All-Defensive Team

  2008 New Orleans All-Regional Team

  2006 San Antonio All-Regional Team

  2007 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2007 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2007 USBWA First Team All-American

  2007 AP Second Team All-American

  2007 ESPN.com First Team All-American

  2007 First Team All-SEC

  2007 SEC All-Tournament Team

  2007 Fresno All-Regional Team

  2006 AP Third Team All-American

  2006 First Team All-SEC

  2006 SEC All-Tournament Team

  2005 AP Honorable Mention All-American

  2005 SEC Sixth Woman of the Year

  2005 Second Team All-SEC

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  UConn's Tina Charles.

  Charles will make her third consecutive appearance on the U.S. Olympic roster after helping Team USA bring home gold in 2012 and 2016.

  The vitals

  School: UConn

  Years: 2006-10

  Career averages: 15.4 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 1.6 bpg, 1.2 apg, 1.1 spg

  Current WNBA team: Washington Mystics

  WNBA career averages: 18.3 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 2.2 apg, 1.0 bpg

  Records

  Highest field-goal percentage in the 2009 NCAA Tournament: 71.9 percent

  Most rebounds in the 2009 NCAA Tournament: 73 rebounds

  Most career rebounds in UConn history: 1,367

  Most rebounds by a UConn freshman: 296

  Most rebounds by a UConn sophomore: 351

  Most blocked shots by a UConn freshman: 81

  Awards

  2008 AP Third Team All-American

  2009 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2009 AP Second Team All-American

  2009 All-Tournament Team

  2009 Trenton All-Regional Team

  2010 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2010 Naismith Award winner

  2010 AP National Player of the Year

  2010 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2010 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2010 AP First Team All-American

  2010 USBWA First Team All-American

  2010 All-Tournament Team

  2010 Dayton All-Regional Team

  Baylor Athletics

  Former Baylor great Brittney Griner.

  Griner makes her second appearance on the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team after helping Team USA win gold in 2016.

  The vitals

  School: Baylor

  Years: 2009-13

  Career averages: 22.2 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 5.1 bpg, 1.6 apg

  Current WNBA team: Phoenix Mercury

  WNBA career averages: 17.3 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 2.9 bpg, 1.7 apg

  Records

  Most blocked shots in a season: 223 blocks (2010)

  Second-most blocked shots in a season: 206 blocks (2012)

  Fourth-most blocked shots in a season: 170 blocks (2011)

  Highest blocked-shot average in a season: 6.4 blocks per game (2010)

  Highest blocked-shot average for a freshman: 6.4 blocks per game (2010)

  Most blocked shots in a career: 748 blocks

  Only player to record 2,000 points and 500 blocks in a career

  Most points scored for a player with at least 1,000 rebounds: 3,283 points and 1,305 rebounds

  Tied for the most triple-doubles in 2010: Three

  Most blocks in an NCAA tournament: 40 (2010)

  Most career free throws made in the NCAA tournament: 117 free throws

  Most career free throws attempted in the NCAA tournament: 166 free throws

  Most career blocked shots in the NCAA tournament: 105 blocks

  Most points in the 2012 NCAA tournament: 136 points

  Most rebounds in the 2012 NCAA tournament: 59 rebounds

  Most blocked shots in the 2010 NCAA tournament: 40 blocks

  Most blocked shots in the 2011 NCAA tournament: 22 blocks

  Most blocked shots in the 2012 NCAA tournament: 31 blocks

  Highest career scoring average in Baylor history: 22.2 points per game

  Most career field goals attempted in Baylor history: 2,190

  Most career free throws made in Baylor history: 787

  Most career free throws attempted in Baylor history: 1,054

  Most career blocked shots in Baylor history: 748

  Most free throws made in a season in Baylor history: 247

  Most blocked shots in a season in Baylor history: 223

  Most field goals made in a game in Baylor history: 21

  Tied for the highest free-throw percentage in a game in Baylor history (min. 10 made): 1.000 (13-for-13) (2012)

  Most blocked shots in a game in Baylor history: 14

  Most career games started in Baylor history: 148

  Most career double-doubles in Baylor history: 63

  Most career triple-doubles in Baylor history: Five

  Most career dunks in Baylor history: 18

  Awards

  2013 WBCA National Defensive Player of the Year

  2013 WBCA Coaches’ First Team All-American

  2013 AP First Team All-American

  2013 USBWA First Team All-American

  2013 John Wooden All-American

  2013 Wade Trophy winner

  2013 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2013 Naismith Award winner

  2012 WBCA National Defensive Player of the Year

  2012 WBCA Coaches’ First Team All-American

  2012 AP First Team All-American

  2012 USBWA First Team All-American

  2012 Wade Trophy winner

  2012 All-Tournament Team

  2012 Des Moines All-Regional Team

  2012 John Wooden All-American

  2012 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2012 Naismith Award winner

  2012 Honda Award winner

  2011 WBCA National Defensive Player of the Year

  2011 WBCA Coaches’ First Team All-American

  2011 AP First Team All-American

  2011 USBWA First Team All-American

  2011 John Wooden All-American

  2011 Dallas All-Regional Team

  2010 USBWA National Freshman of the Year

  2010 WBCA Coaches’ Honorable Mention All-American

  2010 AP Second Team All-American

  2010 USBWA Second Team All-American

  2010 Memphis All-Regional Team

  UConn Athletics

  Former UConn great Breanna Stewart.

  The 2020 Olympics will mark Stewart’s second time playing on the U.S. Olympic roster after she helped the Americans win the gold medal in 2016.

  The vitals

  School: UConn

  Years: 2012-16

  Career averages: 17.6 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 2.8 apg, 2.7 bpg, 1.5 spg

  Current WNBA team: Seattle Storm

  WNBA career averages: 19.9 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.6 bpg, 1.3 spg

  Records

  Highest 3-point field-goal percentage over two games in the Final Four: 87.5 percent (2013)

  Most rebounds in the 2015 NCAA tournament: 63

  Most blocked shots in the 2015 NCAA tournament: 19

  Most blocked shots in the 2013 NCAA tournament: 17

  Tied for the highest single-game field-goal percentage in UConn history: 1.000 (10-for-10) (2014)

  Most career free throws made in UConn history: 484

  Most career blocked shots in UConn history: 414

  Most free throws made in a season in UConn history: 147

  Most points in UConn history for a sophomore: 777

  Most blocked shots in UConn history for a sophomore: 110

  Awards

  2013 All-Tournament Team

  2013 Bridgeport All-Regional Team

  2014 Naismith Award winner

  2014 AP National Player of the Year

  2014 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2014 Honda Sports Award winner

  2014 ESPY Best Female College Athlete

  2014 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2014 AP First Team All-American

  2014 USBWA First Team All-American

  2014 All-Tournament Team

  2015 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2015 All-Tournament Team

  2015 Albany All-Regional Team

  2015 Naismith Award winner

  2015 Wade Trophy winner

  2015 AP National Player of the Year

  2015 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2015 Honda Sports Award winner

  2015 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2015 AP First Team All-American

  2015 USBWA First Team All-American

  2016 John R. Wooden Award winner

  2016 Naismith Award winner

  2016 Wade Trophy winner

  2016 AP National Player of the Year

  2016 USBWA National Player of the Year

  2016 Honda Sports Award winner

  2016 ESPY Best Female Athlete

  2016 ESPY Best Female College Athlete

  2016 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2016 AP First Team All-American

  2016 USBWA First Team All-American

  2016 All-Tournament Team

  2016 Bridgeport All-Regional Team

  Notre Dame Athletics

  Former Notre Dame great Jewell Loyd.

  While Loyd has represented the U.S. in the 2018 World Cup and 2014 3-on-3 World Championship, this is her first time playing in the Olympics.

  The vitals

  School: Notre Dame

  Years: 2012-15

  Career averages: 17.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.4 spg

  Current WNBA team: Seattle Storm

  WNBA career averages: 14.7 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.2 spg

  Records

  Tied for the most points in a game by a Notre Dame player: 41 points (2014)

  Tied for the most double-figure scoring games in a season by a Notre Dame player: 38 games (2015)

  Most consecutive double-figure scoring games in a season in Notre Dame history: 37 games (2014)

  Most free throws made in a season in Notre Dame history: 195 (2015)

  Most points scored by a sophomore in Notre Dame history: 687 points

  Most free throws made by a junior in Notre Dame history: 195 free throws

  Awards

  2013 USBWA National Freshman of the Year

  2013 Big East Freshman of the Year

  2013 All-Big East selection

  2014 consensus All-American

  2014 All-ACC selection

  2014 All-Tournament Team

  2014 Notre Dame All-Regional Team

  2015 espnW National Player of the Year

  2015 consensus All-American

  2015 ACC Player of the Year

  2015 All-ACC selection

  2015 All-Tournament Team

  2015 Oklahoma City All-Regional Team

  South Carolina Athletics

  Former South Carolina great A'ja Wilson.

  Wilson, who led South Carolina to the national championship in 2017, is the reigning WNBA MVP after being named the WNBA Rookie of the Year in 2018, and an All-Star in 2018 and 2019. She will make her Olympics debut.

  The vitals

  School: South Carolina

  Years: 2014-18

  Career averages: 17.3 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 2.6 bpg, 1.4 apg, 1.0 spg

  Current WNBA team: Las Vegas Aces

  WNBA career averages: 19.3 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 2.0 apg, 1.8 bpg

  Records

  Most points in the 2017 NCAA tournament: 115 points

  Most blocked shots in the 2017 NCAA tournament: 16 blocks

  Most career points in South Carolina history: 2,389 points

  Most points in an SEC season in South Carolina history: 287

  Most career points in SEC play in South Carolina history: 1,020

  Most career 20-point games in SEC play in South Carolina history: 23

  Most free throws made in a season in South Carolina history: 186

  Most career free throws made in South Carolina history: 597

  Tied for the highest single-game free-throw percentage in South Carolina history: 1.000 (14-for-14) (2016)

  Highest rebounding average in SEC play in South Carolina history: 12.8

  Most blocked shots in a season in South Carolina history: 105

  Most career blocked shots in South Carolina history: 363

  Most points scored in a single NCAA tournament in South Carolina history: 115

  Most career points scored in the NCAA tournament in South Carolina history: 306

  Awards

  2015 SEC Freshman of the Year

  2015 SEC All-Freshman Team

  2015 First Team All-SEC

  2016 consensus First Team All-American

  2016 SEC Player of the Year

  2016 SEC Defensive Player of the Year

  2016 First Team All-SEC

  2017 NCAA tournament Most Outstanding Player

  2017 consensus First Team All-American

  2017 All-Tournament Team

  2017 SEC Player of the Year

  2017 First Team All-SEC

  2017 Bridgeport All-Regional Team

  2018 consensus national player of the year

  2018 consensus First Team All-American

  2018 Lisa Leslie Award winner

  2018 Roy F. Kramer SEC Athlete of the Year

  2018 Honda Sports Award

  2018 Albany All-Regional Team

  2018 SEC Player of the Year

  2018 First Team All-SEC

  2018 SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year

  Texas Athletics

  Former Texas great Ariel Atkins.

  Atkin helped Washington win the 2019 WNBA championship and has been named a WNBA All-Defensive Second Team selection in each of her first three seasons. She makes her Olympics debut this year.

  The vitals

  School: Texas

  Years: 2014-18

  Career averages: 12.4 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 1.9 apg, 1.8 spg

  Current WNBA team: Washington Mystics

  WNBA career averages: 11.8 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.5 spg

  Awards

  2018 First Team All-Big 12

  2018 Big 12 All-Defensive Team

  2017 First Team All-Big 12

  2017 Big 12 All-Defensive Team

  2016 Bridgeport All-Regional Team

  2016 Second Team All-Big 12

  2015 Big 12 All-Freshman Team

  UConn Athletics

  Former UConn great Napheesa Collier.

  Collier is the youngest of the five former UConn players on the 2020 U.S. Olympic roster and she’ll make her Olympics debut, with three seasons of WNBA experience under her belt.

  The vitals

  School: UConn

  Years: 2015-19

  Career averages: 16.1 ppg, 8.1 rpg, 2.5 apg, 1.7 bpg, 1.5 spg

  Current WNBA team: Minnesota Lynx

  WNBA career averages: 14.7 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 2.8 apg, 1.8 spg, 1.1 bpg

  Records

  Tied for the highest single-game field-goal percentage in UConn history: 1.000 (10-for-10) (2017)

  Most rebounds in a season in UConn history: 411

  Most single-season double-doubles in UConn history: 25

  Awards

  2019 Katrina McClain Award winner

  2019 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2019 AP First Team All-American

  2019 USBWA First Team All-American

  2019 Albany All-Regional Team

  2018 AP Third Team All-American

  2018 All-Tournament Team

  2017 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2017 AP First Team All-American

  2017 USBWA First Team All-American

  2017 Bridgeport All-Regional Team

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  Diggins is a?four-time WNBA All-Star and former two-time First Team All-American at Notre Dame. She?makes her debut at the Olympics this year.

  The vitals

  School: Notre Dame

  Years: 2009-13

  Career averages: 15.7 ppg, 5.0 apg, 3.7 rpg, 2.5 spg

  Current WNBA team: Phoenix Mercury

  WNBA career averages: 16.1 ppg, 4.8 apg, 2.7 rpg, 1.3 spg

  Records

  Tied for the highest free-throw percentage in an NCAA tournament game: 100 percent (2011)

  One of 17 triple-doubles in the NCAA tournament

  Most steals in the 2010 NCAA tournament: 16

  Most assists in the 2011 NCAA tournament: 35

  Most assists in the 2012 NCAA tournament: 33

  Most assists in the 2013 NCAA tournament: 37

  Most steals in the 2013 NCAA tournament: 16

  Tied for the most field goals attempted in a game in Notre Dame history: 31 (2013)

  Tied for the highest field-goal percentage in a game in Notre Dame history (min. seven attempts): 1.000 (8-for-8) (2011)

  Most steals in a season in Notre Dame history: 114 (2013)

  Most free throws made by a freshman in Notre Dame history: 111 (2010)

  Most free throws made by a sophomore in Notre Dame history: 145 (2011)

  Most assists made by a junior in Notre Dame history: 222 (2012)

  Most steals by a freshman in Notre Dame history: 90 (2010)

  Most steals by a junior in Notre Dame history: 102 (2012)

  Most steals by a senior in Notre Dame history: 114 (2013)

  Awards

  2010 Notre Dame Defensive Player of the Year

  2010 Big East All-Tournament Team

  2010 Big East All-Freshman Team

  2011 Woody Miller Player of the Year

  2011 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2011 Big East All-Tournament Team

  2011 First Team All-Big East

  2011 All-Tournament Team

  2011 Dallas All-Regional Team

  2012 Wooden Award All-America Team

  2012 USBWA All-America Team

  2012 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2012 Woody Miller Player of the Year

  2012 Big East Player of the Year

  2012 First Team All-Big East

  2012 All-Tournament Team

  2012 Raleigh All-Regional Team

  2013 Wooden Award All-America Team

  2013 USBWA All-America Team

  2013 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2013 Woody Miller Player of the Year

  2013 Big East Player of the Year

  2013 Big East All-Tournament Team

  2013 First Team All-Big East

  2013 Norfolk All-Regional Team

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  Duke Athletics

  Former Duke great Chelsea Gray.

  Gray, a six-year WNBA veteran who won a WNBA championship with the Los Angeles Sparks in 2016, will make her debut at the Olympics.

  The vitals

  School: Duke

  Years: 2010-14

  Career averages: 11.1 ppg, 5.0 apg, 4.4 rpg, 2.7 spg

  Current WNBA team: Las Vegas Aces

  WNBA career averages: 11.7 ppg, 4.2 apg, 3.0 rpg, 1.0 spg

  Records

  Tied for the highest free-throw percentage in an NCAA tournament (min. 2.5 made per game and 10 total): 100 percent (20-for-20) (2012)

  Highest free-throw percentage in the 2012 NCAA tournament: 100 percent

  Most assists in a game in Duke history: 15 (2013)

  Most assists in a season in Duke history: 201 (2012)

  Most career triple-doubles in Duke history: Two

  Tied for the most charges taken in a game in Duke history: Four

  Most double-figure assist games in a season in Duke history: Four

  Tied for the highest free-throw percentage in an NCAA tournament game in Duke history: 1.000 (9-for-9) (2012)

  Most assists in an NCAA tournament game in Duke history: 12

  Awards

  2014 Nancy Lieberman Award winner

  2013 Finalist for the Wooden Award

  2013 WBCA Coaches’ All-American

  2013 AP Second Team All-American

  2013 Co-ACC Player of the Year

  2013 First Team All-ACC

  2013 ACC All-Defensive Team

  2012 USBWA All-American

  2012 AP Honorable Mention All-American

  2012 First Team All-ACC

  2012 Fresno All-Regional Team

  2011 ACC All-Freshman Team

  Women’s NCAA tournament?

  Maryland women win Big Ten

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