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October 29, 2009 at 1:47 AM

My Pac-10 predictions: Postseason Awards

In the final installment of the Pac-10 predictions, we look at the individual awards.
But first, here’s a recap from earlier in the week: 1. Washington, 2. California, 3. UCLA, 4. Oregon State, 5. Oregon, 6. Arizona, 7. Washington State, 8. USC, 9. Arizona State, 10. Stanford.
Player of the Year: Jerome Randle, Cal
Coach of theYear: Craig Robinson, Oregon State
Freshman of the Year: Abdul Gaddy, Washington
Defensive Player of the Year: Landry Fields, Stanford
Most Improved Player of the Year: Nikola Dragovic, UCLA

ALL-PAC-10 FIRST TEAM

Patrick Christopher, Cal
Jerome Randle, Cal
Isaiah Thomas, Washington
Klay Thompson, WSU
Nic Wise, Arizona
SECOND TEAM
Landry Fields, Stanford
Dwight Lewis, USC
Calvin Haynes, OSU
Quincy Pondexter, Washington
Roeland Schaftenaar, OSU
THIRD TEAM
Nikola Dragovic, UCLA
Michael Dunigan, Oregon
Derek Glasser, Arizona State
Tajuan Porter, Oregon
Theo Robertson, Cal

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

DeAngelo Casto, Washington State
Landry Fields, Cal
Seth Tarver, OSU
Venoy Overton, Washington
Nic Wise, Arizona
ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
Abdul Gaddy, Washington
Solomon Hill, Arizona
Brendan Lane, UCLA
Mike Moser, UCLA
Derrick Williams, Arizona
SOME THURSDAY LINKS:
— If you can’t get enough of Pondexter, then check out our story on Wednesday’s live chat with us.
SI.com also has this Associated Press story on Pondexter.
SportingNews.com is counting down the top 25 teams in the country and UW ranks No. 13.
— And here’s Mike DeCourcy’s take on UW.

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, top 25, UCLA

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