Women's Basketball All-National Team: NCAA Division I

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Rider's Johnson National Player of the Year

Women's Basketball All-National Team: NCAA Division I
Stella Johnson

Winners Only honors the its first ever All-National Team members of women's college basketball on the NCAA Division I level.

All-National Team Division NCAA Division I

National Player of the Year

Stella Johnson, Rider, Guard

Defensive Player of the Year

Niya Mitchell, Texas Southern, Forward

Freshman of the Year

Ayoka Lee, Kansas State, Center

First Team

Stella Johnson

School: Rider, Class: Senior, Height: 5-10, Position: Guard

Highlights: Led nation in scoring at 24.8 points per game. One of only two players in NCAA Division I that scored over 700 points. Led Rider to 26-4 finish. Also led team in steals (2.9) along with being second in assists (4.9) and rebounds (7.4).

Sabrina Ionescu

School: Oregon, Class: Senior, Height: 5-10, Position: Guard

Highlights: Led nation in assists at 9.1 per game. Tallied eight triple-doubles during the season. Finished second in scoring (16.9), rebounds (8.5) and steals (1.5) for the second ranked team in NCAA Division I.

Ayoka Lee

School: Kansas State, Class: Freshman, Height: 6-5, Position: Center

Highlights: Sixth in NCAA Div. I with 3.14 blocks per game. Seventh in the nation with 19 double-doubles. Had four games where she blocked a career best six shots.

Unique Thompson

School: Auburn, Class: Junior, Height: 6-3, Position: Forward

Highlights: Second in the nation in double-doubles with 22. Averaged 16.2 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. Had 15th best shooting percentage in the nation (.582).

Chelsey Perry

School: UT Martin, Class: Junior, Height: 6-2, Position: Forward

Highlights: Third leading scorer in the nation at 23.1 points per game. Finished 17th in the nation in blocks per game (2.69). Top 30 in the nation in free-throw percentage (.858).

Second Team

Dyaisha Fair

School: Buffalo, Class: Freshman, Height: 5-5, Position: Guard

Hightlights: The nation's fourth leading scorer at 22.0 points per game. Her 2.77 steals per game average was 20th in the country.

Kelly Campbell

School: DePaul, Class: Senior, Height: 5-10, Position: Guard

Highlights: Led the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio at 6.28. Didn't have any game with more than two turnovers for the entire season. Had the 10th best assist per game average in the nation (6.1). Posted one triple-double.

Ila Lane

School: UC Santa Barbara, Class: Freshman, Height: 6-4, Position: Center

Highlights: Led nation in rebounding. Averaged a double-double at 15.3 points per game and 13. in rebounds. Top 20 in the nation in field goal percentage (.576)

Natasha Mack

School: Oklahoma State, Class: Junior, Height: 6-4, Position: Forward

Highlights: The nation's third leading rebounder (12.8). Averaged 17.6 points per game and finsihed third in the nation with 3.56 blocks per game. Had two 20-20 games, including one where she got 25 points, 20 rebounds and nine blocks against Kansas.

Niya Mitchell

School: Texas Southern, Class: Senior, Height: 5-10, Position: Forward

Highlights: Top 15 in the nation in steals with an average of three per game. Had the seventh best field goal percentage in the country (.604). Averaged 11.8 rebounds per game, which was sixth in the nation along with being her team's second best scorer at 16.1 points per game.

All-Defense

Ariel Kirkwood

School: Morehead State, Class: Freshman, Height: 6-0, Position: Guard

Highlights: Led all guards in NCAA with 2.6 blocks per game. Was the best shot blocker and rebounder (8.4) on her team and was second in steals per game at 1.6. Had a game with nine blocks and another with eight.

Stephanie Karcz

School: Loyola Maryland, Class: Senior, Height: 5-11, Position Guard

Highlights: The only player in the nation on all NCAA levels to average five steals per game and collect 150 steals in total. Led team in scoring (11.5), rebounding (9.2), assists (3.6) and steals per game. Registered two triple-doubles during the season. Finished top 10 in NCAA history in total steals.

Sara Hamson

School: BYU, Class: Junior, Height: 6-7, Position: Center

Highlights: Her nation leading 4.72 blocks per game helped make BYU the 12th best scoring defense in NCAA Division I, holding oppnents to 54.8 points per game. Blocked seven shots or more in a game on eight occasions. Just missed a triple-double with a 14-point, 10-rebound and nine-block performance against Portland.

Lauren Cox

School: Baylor, Class: Senior Height: 6-4. Position: Forward

Highlights: Led third ranked team in NCAA Division I in rebounding (8.4) and blocks per game (2.7). Also averaged 1.3 steals per game.

Niya Mitchell

School: Texas Southern, Class: Senior, Height: 5-10, Position: Forward

Highlights: Only forward in NCAA Division I with an average of three steals per game. Had one 20-20 game when she scored 23 points and grabbed 21-rebounds against Prairie View.

All-Freshman Team

Dyaisha Fair

School: Buffalo, Height: 5-5, Position: Guard

Hightlights: Fourth best scorer in the nation, led team in scoring (22.0), assists (102), steals (74) and three-pointers made (71).

Ashley Owusu

School: Maryland, Height: 6-0, Position: Guard

Highlights: Top 20 in assists per game in NCAA Div I with an average of 5.4 per game. Led Maryland in assists and third on the team in scoring.

Ayoka Lee

School: Kansas State, Class: Freshman, Height: 6-5, Position: Center

Highlights: Led team in scoring (15.7), rebounds (11.4), blocks (3.1) and field goal percentage (.568).

Madison Siegrist

School: Villanova, Height: 6-1, Position: Forward

Highlights: Fourth leading scoring freshman in NCAA Div I at 18.8 points per game. Led team in scoring and rebounding at 8.8 per game. Second on the team in blocks per game (1.0).

Aliyah Boston

School: South Carolina, Height: 6-5, Position: Forward

Highlights: Top 25 in the nation in blocks per game (2.61). Led team number one ranked team in NCAA in rebounding (9.2), blocks (2.6) and was second in field goal percentage (.614) and scoring (12.9).

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