Sabrina Ionescu awarded the 2019 John R. Wooden Award

Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu wins John Wooden Award for player of the year

Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu wins John Wooden Award for player of the year

Williamson beat out Barrett, Michigan State's Cassius Winston, Murray State's Ja Morant, and Tennessee's Grant Williams to take home college basketball's highest individual honor.

Ionescu is the first Wooden Award victor in Oregon's history. On Friday, he spoke about how much he has enjoyed his time at Duke.

Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu won the 2019 John R. Wooden Award on Friday, presented annually to the nation's top male and female collegiate players.

In news that should come as a complete shock to absolutely no one who watched a second of college basketball this season, Duke's Zion Williamson cleaned up in the postseason awards categories.

Unlike Williamson, Ionescu will get the chance to repeat for the Wooden Award next year after spurning the 2019 WNBA draft, where she would have been the likely No. 1 overall pick.

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"Just being around each other on and off the court because it was more than basketball", Williamson said during the nationally televised show. He has collected numerous awards - including The Associated Press player of the year - for his efforts in leading the Blue Devils to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.

She was also the Wade Trophy victor this season and was named the Nancy Lieberman best point-guard in the nation award two years in a row.

"I don't regret nothing about this season", he said.

Ionescu announced last Saturday that she would return for her senior season to contend for Oregon's first National Championship appearance. He's the first Division I coach to guide five different schools to the NCAA Tournament.

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