Second-ranked Maryland's point guard is averaging 17 points and seven assists per game. (All stats through March 4.)
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Candice Wiggins, Stanford
Candice Wiggins will finish her career with the Cardinal as the leading scorer in Pac-10 history. She topped Lisa Leslie in her final regular season game -- a win over Washington St. to clinch the conference title.
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Candace Parker, Tennessee
While the Vols can rebuild, losing Candace Parker after this season will be a huge blow -- the guard/forward/center is leading the Lady Vols with 20 points and eight rebounds per game.
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Courtney Paris, Oklahoma
At a showdown with rival Oklahoma State, Paris put on a show -- she broke the 2,000 career point mark while scoring 18 points and grabbing 16 rebounds during the win. It was her 86th career double-double as well.
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Sylvia Fowles, LSU
The LSU senior passed Candace Parker as the SEC choice for this year's conference player of the year honors. She set the SEC career double-double record in her final regular season conference game -- a win over Mississippi St. that clinched the conference title for the Tigers.
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Marissa Coleman, Maryland
Tough to find a place behind two first-team all ACC players? Junior Marissa Coleman proved a key threat on the second-ranked Terps, putting up 15 points and seven rebounds per game.
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Angela Tisdale, Baylor
The Bears lone fourth-year player has proved she can handle the burden of senior leadership: so far this season she's scored the game-winner over Texas with a clutch three and has broken school records for assists. She's started 90 of her last 91 games.
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Maya Moore, Connecticut
The UConn freshman has broken almost every first-year record -- beating Rebecca Lobo for most Big East Conference freshman of the week honors, and becoming the first freshman to garner Big East player of the week honors. When asked to describe how good Moore is, Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer answered, "Best player in a decade."
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Crystal Langhorne, Maryland
The first team all-ACC senior is averaging 16 points and nine rebounds a game for the Terps.
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Ashley Walker, Cal
The Bears' junior is shooting over 50 percent from the floor to lead Cal with 15 points and nine rebounds a game.
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Natalie Doma, Idaho St.
The Idaho St. senior won five conference player of the week honors this year alone -- she's averaging 24.6 points and 11.9 rebounds per game.
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Renee Montgomery, UConn
When senior guard Mel Thomas went down with an ACL injury, it was up to junior Renee Montgomery to take over. She's now second on the team in scoring, behind superfrosh Maya Moore.
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Jayne Appel, Stanford
The sophomore is playing the perfect foil to Candice Wiggins, grabbing down eight rebounds a game and putting in more than 16 points thanks to her 58 percent shooting from the field.
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Jantel Lavender, Ohio State
The freshman picked a good time for her coming out party -- a game against perennial Big Ten rival Penn State. In the Buckeyes three-point win, Lavender put up a career-high 36 points.
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Leilani Mitchell, Utah
The University of Idaho transplant is averaging 16 points and 7.5 assists for the rising Utes.<br><br>Send questions/comments to email@example.com
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