Angel Reese shockingly snubbed on Wooden Top 15 list
After a breakout season with the No. 4 LSU Tigers, Angel Reese didn’t seem as one of many 15 gamers named on the (*15*) Award Finalists list. Here is the full list.
Aliyah Boston, South Carolina
Cameron Brink, Stanford
Caitlin Clark, Iowa
Aaliyah Edwards, UConn
Mackenzie Holmes, Indiana
Ashley Joens, Iowa State
Haley Jones, Stanford
Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech
Ta’Niya Latsonc, Florida State
Olivia Miles, Notre Dame
Diamond Miller, Maryland
Aneesah Morrow, DePaul
Alissa Pili, Utah
Maddy Siegrist, Villanova
Hailey Van Lith, Louisville
Reese took to Twitter to voice her opinion on the matter, solely tweeting the phrase “guess.”
Reese’s absence on this list is perplexing. As the first motive the Tigers have been capable of recover from the hump this 12 months, the sophomore switch from Maryland appeared like a shoe-in to be not solely a participant worthy of consideration of being named to the top-15 list however a contender for the award itself.
In line with Her Hoops Stats’ database, Reese ranked within the one hundredth percentile in factors, area objectives made, free throws made and whole rebounds. She can be the one participant from the 2009-10 season to common at the very least 23 factors, 15 rebounds, one steal and one block per recreation in a single season. Reese achieved this whereas main the Tigers, who went 29-1, to the No. 3 spot within the Related Press’ top-25 rankings.
South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston and Iowa’s Caitlin Clark headline the list after one other season the place the 2 have been the first gamers linked to the award. Boston led the Gamecocks to a 30-0 document whereas Clark almost averaged a triple-double for the Hawkeyes, who’ve been out and in of the AP’s top-5 rankings this season.