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USBWA's Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch List Released

Following is the complete 2019-20 Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch List:

2019-20 ANN MEYERS DRYSDALE AWARD WATCH LIST G/F Bella Alarie, Princeton (6-4, Sr., Bethesda, Md.) F Aliyah Boston, South Carolina (6-5, Fr., St. Thomas, USVI) G Chennedy Carter, Texas A&M (5-7, Jr., Mansfield, Texas) G Kaila Charles, Maryland (6-1, Sr., Glenn Dale, Md.) F Lauren Cox, Baylor (6-4, Sr., Flower Mound, Texas) G Crystal Dangerfield, UConn (5-5, Sr., Murfreesboro, Tenn.) F Mariella Fasoula, Vanderbilt (6-5, R-Sr., Athens, Greece) G Haley Gorecki, Duke (6-0, Gr., Palatine, Ill.) G Tyasha Harris, South Carolina (5-10, Sr., Noblesville, Ind.) F Ruthie Hebard, Oregon (6-4, Sr., Fairbanks, Alaska) F Joyner Holmes, Texas (6-3, Sr., Cedar Hill, Texas) G Rhyne Howard, Kentucky (6-2, So., Cleveland, Tenn.) G Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon (5-11, Sr., Walnut Creek, Calif.) G Stella Johnson, Rider (5-10, Sr., Denville, N.J.) G Tynice Martin, West Virginia (5-11, R-Sr., Atlanta, Ga.) G Taylor Mikesell, Maryland (5-11, So., Massillon, Ohio) G Aari McDonald, Arizona (5-6, Jr., Fresno, Calif.) F Beatrice Mompremier, Miami (6-4, R-Sr, Miami, Fla.) F Olivia Nelson-Ododa, UConn (6-5, So., Winder, Ga.) F Leona Odum, Duke (6-2, Sr., Lompoc, Calif.) G Erica Ogwumike, Rice (5-9, Sr., Cypress, Texas) F Michaela Onyenwere, UCLA (6-0, Jr., Aurora, Colo.) G Ali Patberg, Indiana (5-11, R-Jr., Columbus, Ind.) G/F Destiny Pitts, Minnesota (5-10, Jr., Detroit, Mich.) G Mikayla Pivec, Oregon State (5-10, Sr., Lynnwood, Wash.) F Satou Sabally, Oregon (6-4, Jr., Berlin, Germany) F Shadeen Samuels, Seton Hall (6-0, Sr., Ossining, N.Y.) G Destiny Slocum, Oregon State (5-7, R-Jr., Meridian, Idaho) G Kamiah Smalls, James Madison (5-10, Sr., Philadelphia, Pa.) F Chante Stonewall, DePaul (6-1, Sr., Normal, Ill.) F Megan Walker, UConn (6-1, Jr., Chesterfield, Va.) G Chrystyn Williams, UConn (5-11, So., Little Rock, Ark.) G Kiana Williams, Stanford (5-8, Jr., San Antonio, Texas) G/F Jocelyn Willoughby, Virginia (6-0, Sr., East Orange, N.J.) G Kay Kay Wright, UCF (5-7, Sr., Orlando, Fla.)

The U.S. Basketball Writers Association was formed in 1956 at the urging of then-NCAA Executive Director Walter Byers. With some 900 members worldwide, it is one of the most influential organizations in college basketball. It has selected a women's All-America team since the 1996-97 season. For more information on the USBWA and its award programs, contact executive director Malcolm Moran at 814-574-1485.

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