UConn frosh Paige Bueckers leads women's AP All-America team
The freshman guard has lived up to it so far, delivering record-breaking performances and earning a spot on The Associated Press women's basketball All-American team Wednesday. She's only the third freshman to make the AP team, joining Oklahoma's Courtney Paris and UConn's Maya Moore. “Name one player that has taken a team this young to where we are today," UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. She became the school's first women's basketball All-American last season. She was joined by Naz Hillmon, who is the first women's player at Michigan to earn All-America honors.
Howard, Boston lead AP women's basketball All-America team
FILE - These are 2019 and 2020 file photos showing, from left: Aliyah Boston, Dana Evans, Rhyne Howard, Aari McDonald and Michaela Onyenwere. She was joined on the five-person team by sophomore Aliyah Boston of South Carolina, who was also a unanimous pick. She was joined on the five-player team by sophomore Aliyah Boston of South Carolina, who was also a unanimous pick. Howard was first team while Boston, McDonald and Evans made second team. The AP started choosing a preseason All-America team before the 1994-95 season.