John R. Wooden Award 2017-18 Preseason Top 30 list announced

The John R. Wooden Award announced the Women’s Preseason Top 30 today. The list includes 30 student-athletes and chosen by a preseason poll of national women’s college basketball media members. The Wooden Award All-American Team will be announced the week of the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament. The winner of the 2018 John R. Wooden Award will be presented during the ESPN College Basketball Awards on Friday, April 6, 2018.

John R. Wooden Award 2017-18 Preseason Top 30

Name School Conference Height Class Position
Kristine Anigwe California Pac-12 6-4 Jr. C/F
Ariel Atkins Texas Big 12 5-11 Sr. G
Monique Billings UCLA Pac-12 6-4 Sr. F
Allazia Blockton Marquette Big East 6-0 Jr. G
Kalani Brown Baylor Big 12 6-7 Jr. C
Lexie Brown Duke ACC 5-9 Sr. G
Jordin Canada UCLA Pac-12 5-6 Sr. G
Napheesa Collier Connecticut The American 6-1 Jr. F
Sophie Cunningham Missouri SEC 6-1 Jr. G
Asia Durr Louisville ACC 5-10 Jr. G
Katelynn Flaherty Michigan Big Ten 5-7 Sr. G
Rebecca Greenwell Duke ACC 6-1 Sr. G
Ruthy Hebard Oregon Pac-12 6-4 Soph. F
Myisha Hines-Allen Louisville ACC 6-2 Sr. F
Sabrina Ionescu Oregon Pac-12 5-10 Soph. G
Tynice Martin West Virginia Big 12 5-11 Jr. G
Brooke McCarty Texas Big 12 5-4 Sr. G
Brittany McPhee Stanford Pac-12 6-0 Sr. G
Kelsey Mitchell Ohio State Big Ten 5-8 Sr. G
Jaime Nared Tennessee SEC 6-2 Sr. G/F
Kia Nurse Connecticut The American 6-0 Sr. G
Arike Ogunbowale Notre Dame ACC 5-8 Jr. G
Mercedes Russell Tennessee SEC 6-6 Sr. C
Katie Lou Samuelson Connecticut The American 6-3 Jr. G/F
Azurá Stevens Connecticut The American 6-6 Sr. G/F
Shakayla Thomas Florida State ACC 5-11 Sr. F
Victoria Vivians Mississippi State SEC 6-1 Sr. G
Morgan William Mississippi State SEC 5-5 Sr. G
Gabby Williams Connecticut The American 5-11 Sr. F
A’ja Wilson South Carolina SEC 6-5 Sr. F
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