John R. Wooden Award 2019-20 Midseason Top 25 Watch List

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The John R. Wooden Award announced the Midseason Top 25 Watch List that includes athletes chosen by a preseason poll of national women’s college basketball media members based on performances during the first half of the 2019-20 season. Four players on the list were not included in the Preseason Top 30: Aliyah Boston (South Carolina), Elissa Cunane (NC State), Olivia Nelson-Ododa (Connecticut) and Megan Walker (Connecticut).

Players not on the midseason list are still eligible for the late season list, and the national ballot. The final ballot consists of 15 players. The Wooden Award All American Team will be announced the week of the NCAA Elite Eight. The winner of the 2020 John R. Wooden Award will be announced Friday, April 10, 2020.

John R. Wooden Award 2019-20 Midseason Top 25

Name School Conference Class Position
Aliyah Boston South Carolina SEC Fr. F
Chennedy Carter Texas A&M SEC Jr. G
Kaila Charles Maryland Big Ten Sr. G
Lauren Cox Baylor Big 12 Sr. F
Elissa Cunane NC State ACC So. C
Crystal Dangerfield Connecticut American Sr. G
Rennia Davis Tennessee SEC Jr. G/F
Chelsea Dungee Arkansas SEC Jr. G
Dana Evans Louisville ACC Jr. G
Kiah Gillespie Florida State ACC Jr. F
Tyasha Harris South Carolina SEC Sr. G
Ruthy Hebard Oregon Pac-12 Sr. F
Rhyne Howard Kentucky SEC So. G
Sabrina Ionescu# Oregon Pac-12 Sr. G
Juicy Landrum Baylor Big 12 Sr. G
Aari McDonald Arizona Pac-12 Jr. G
Beatrice Mompremier Miami ACC Sr. F
Olivia Nelson-Ododa Connecticut American So. F
Michaela Onyenwere UCLA Pac-12 Jr. F
Ali Patberg Indiana Big Ten Jr. G
Mikayla Pivec Oregon State Pac-12 Sr. G
Satou Sabally Oregon Pac-12 Jr. F
Destiny Slocum Oregon State Pac-12 Jr. G
Megan Walker Connecticut American Jr. F
Christyn Williams Connecticut American So. G

# The 2019 Wooden Award Player of the Year

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