• December 3, 2021

WBCA announces 2020 Wade Trophy Watch List

Wade Trophy

The Women’s Basketball Association announced the 2020 Wade Trophy Watch List.  Now in its 43rd year, the Wade Trophy is named in honor of the late, legendary Delta State University head coach Lily Margaret Wade, who won three consecutive national championships with the Lady Statesmen.

The watch list includes players selected by the WBCA NCAA Division I Coaches’ All-America Selection Committee. The committee will review the list in January to determine if additional players will be added based on their play during the first half of the 2019-20 season.

Name Institution Position Height Current Year
Bella Alarie Princeton Forward 6-4 Sr.
Janelle Bailey North Carolina Center 6-4 Jr.
DiJonai Carrington Stanford Guard 5-11 Sr.
Chennedy Carter Texas A&M Guard 5-7 Jr.
Kalia Charles Maryland Guard 6-1 Sr.
Lauren Cox Baylor Forward 6-4 Sr.
Crystal Dangerfield UConn Guard 5-5 Sr.
Rennia Davis Tennessee Guard 6-2 Jr.
Chelsea Dungee Arkansas Guard 5-11 RS Jr.
Kiah Gillespie Florida State Forward 6-2 RS Sr.
Haley Gorecki Duke Guard 6-0 Grad.
Ae’Rianna Harris Purdue Forward 6-1 Sr.
Tyasha Harris South Carolina Guard 5-10 Sr.
Ruthy Hebard Oregon Forward 6-4 Sr.
Becca Hittner Drake Guard 6-0 Sr.
Rhyne Howard Kentucky Guard 6-2 So.
Sabrina Ionescu Oregon Guard 5-11 Sr.
Tynice Martin West Virginia Guard 5-11 RS Sr.
Aari McDonald Arizona Guard 5-6 Jr.
Beatrice Mompremier Miami (FL) Forward 6-4 RS Sr.
Michaela Onyenwere UCLA Forward 6-0 Jr.
Destiny Pitts Minnesota Guard 5-10 Jr.
MiKayla Pivec Oregon State Guard 5-10 Sr.
Sara Rhine Drake Forward 6-1 RS Sr.
Satou Sabally Oregon Forward 6-4 Jr.
Destiny Slocum Oregon State Guard 5-7 RS Jr.
Megan Walker UConn Forward 6-1 Jr.
Christyn Williams UConn Guard 5-11 So.
Kiana Williams Stanford Guard 5-8 Jr.
Peyton Williams Kansas State Forward 6-4 Sr.

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