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April 16, 2010 at 5:16 AM

Washington 2009-10 Highlight Video

Credit: UW Video Operations Manager Trevor Wade
In case you missed it, here’s a recap of Washington’s postseason awards, which were given during the team’s awards banquet Wednesday night.
Quincy Pondexter capped his Washington career claiming the Sports Radio 950 KJR AM Most Valuable Player award. He also won the 101 Club Scholar-Athlete award for academic achievement and the Harshman Trophy for the team’s top rebounder.
Justin Holiday received the Hec Edmundson Most Inspirational award and the Wurster Award, which is given to the player that displays the most hustle.
Holiday and Venoy Overton were co-recipients of the John Meyers Defensive Player award.
Isaiah Thomas won the Industrial award for being the hardest worker and the Playmaker of the Year award.
For the second straight year, Darnell Gant won the Coaches award, which is given to the player that displays the best attitude.
Matthew Bryan-Amaning claimed the Most Improved Player award and Brendan Sherrer took the Brandon West walk-on award.
For the first time in UW history, the entire team was presented the Tyee Sports Council Service Award.

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