Sabrina Ionescu took home one more trophy.
The Oregon superstar guard won the John R. Wooden Award for national women’s player of the year Friday night in Los Angeles.
Ionescu previously repeated as the winner of the Nancy Lieberman award as point guard of the year, won the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s Wade Trophy as the nation’s most outstanding player and was named an All-American by the AP, USBWA and WBCA.
The NCAA record holder in career triple-doubles (18), Ionescu averaged 19.9 points, 8.2 assists and 7.4 rebounds this season to lead the Ducks to their first women’s Final Four.
She is the first Oregon player to win the Wooden Award.
Earlier this week, Ionescu announced she will return for her senior season with the Ducks.
Duke’s Zion Williamson won the men’s Wooden Award.
— The Oregonian