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SI's All-Americas

Nov. 09, 2015
Nov. 09, 2015

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Nov. 9, 2015

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  • FOR THREE DECADES THE ROYALS WANDERED IN THE BASEBALL DESERT, LOSING MORE GAMES THAN ANY OTHER CLUB. THE DROUGHT IS OVER, THE RESULT OF A NEW MODEL FOR HOW THE GAME IS PLAYED, THOUGH ONE THAT IS NOT EASILY REPLICATED

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THE SECOND TIER: Players of the Year
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FIRST TEAM

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Breanna Stewart earns player of the year honors for the third straight time; only USC star Cheryl Miller has accomplished that feat (1984 to '86).

G Moriah JeffersonSenior, UConn

G Tiffany MitchellSenior, South Carolina

F Breanna StewartSenior, UConn

F Brianna TurnerSophomore, Notre Dame

F Nina DavisJunior, Baylor

SECOND TEAM

As a freshman, Kelsey Mitchell led the nation in scoring (24.9 points per game) and set an NCAA record for three-pointers (127).

G Diamond DeShieldsSophomore, Tennessee

G Kelsey MitchellSophomore, Ohio State

F Morgan TuckJunior, UConn

F A'ja WilsonSophomore, South Carolina

C Brionna JonesJunior, Maryland

COACH OF THE YEAR

Kevin McGuff Ohio State

After getting his team back to the NCAA tournament for the first time in three years, McGuff's talent is healthy and ready to unseat Maryland as Big Ten champ.

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

G Asia DurrLouisville

The Cardinals' Kevin Waltz says the 5'10" Durr is the best ballhandler he's seen in two decades as a coach, and she's almost fully recovered from a groin injury.

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