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March 5, 2012 at 2:44 PM

Romar, Wroten, Ross, N’Diaye and Wilcox receive postseason awards

Lorenzo Romar was voted the Pac-12 Coach of the Year and Tony Wroten Jr. claimed the Freshman of the Year award.
Wroten and Terrence Ross were voted to the 10-man first-team all-conference team.
Wroten was chosen to the all-freshman team and Aziz N’Diaye was selected to the all-defensive team. C.J. Wilcox was chosen honorable mention to the all-conference team.
Here’s the release from the Pac-12.
California senior guard Jorge Gutierrez was voted the Pac-12 Player of the Year and the Defensive Player of the Year.
Washington State’s Brock Motum claimed the Most Improved Player award.
ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM
Allen Crabbe, Cal
Jared Cunningham, Oregon State
Kyle Fogg, Arizona
Jorge Gutierrez, Cal
Solomon Hill, Arizona
Devoe Joseph, Oregon
Brock Motum, Washington State
Andre Roberson, Colorado
Terrence Ross, Washington
Tony Wroten Jr., Washington
SECOND TEAM
Carlon Brown, Colorado
Lazeric Jones, UCLA
Harper Kamp, Cal
Josh Owens, Stanford
E.J. Singler, Oregon
HONORABLE MENTION (receiving at least three votes): Cal’s Justin Cobbs, WSU’s Reggie Moore, Arizona’s Jesse Perry, Oregon’s Garrett Sim, UCLA’s David Wear and UW’s C.J. Wilcox.
ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
Spencer Dinwiddie, Colorado
David Kravish, Cal
Nick Johnson, Arizona
Chasson Randle, Stanford
Tony Wroten Jr., Washington
HONORABLE MENTION (receiving at least three votes): WSU’s DaVonte Lacy and Arizona’s Josiah Turner.
ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM
Jared Cunningham, Oregon State
Jorge Gutierrez, California
Kyle Fogg, Arizona
Aziz N’Diaye, Washington
Andre Roberson, Colorado
HONORABLE MENTION (receiving at least three votes): WSU’s Marcus Capers, Stanford’s Josh Huestis and Oregon’s Tony Woods.

Comments | Topics: C.J. Wilcox, Reggie Moore, UCLA

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