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March 11, 2013 at 12:54 PM

C.J. Wilcox named second team all-Pac-12

Washington junior guard C.J. Wilcox was the only Husky recognized in the Pac-12 postseason awards. He was voted to the all-conference second team by the league coaches.

Here’s a look at the awards:

Player of the Year — California’s Allen Crabbe

Freshman of the Year — UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad and Arizona State’s Jahii Carson

Defensive Player of the Year — Colorado’s Andre Roberson

Most Improved — Stanford’s Dwight Powell

Coach of the Year — Oregon’s Dana Altman

ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM

Jahii Carson, Arizona State

Allen Crabbe, California

Spencer Dinwiddie, Colorado

Larry Drew II, UCLA

Solomon Hill, Arizona

Mark Lyons, Arizona

Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA

Dwight Powell, Stanford

Andre Roberson, Cal

E.J. Singler, Oregon

SECOND TEAM

Kyle Anderson, UCLA

Justin Cobbs, Cal

Carrick Felix, ASU

Brock Motum, Washington State

C.J. Wilcox, Washington

Honorable Mention (receiving at least three votes): Jio Fontan (USC, Sr., G), Arsalan Kazemi (ORE, Sr., F), Roberto Nelson (OSU, Jr., G), Jason Washburn (UTAH, Sr., C), Eric Wise (USC, Sr., F).

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Kyle Anderson, UCLA

Jahii Carson, ASU

Damyean Dotson, Oregon

Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA

Josh Scott, Colorado

Honorable Mention (receiving at least three votes):  Jordan Adams (UCLA, G), Kaleb Tarczewski (ARIZ, C).

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Jordan Bachynski, ASU

Carrick Felix, ASU

Josh Huestis, Stanford

Arsalan Kazemi, Oregon

Andre Roberson, Colorado

Honorable Mention (receiving at least three votes):  Nick Johnson (ARIZ, So., G), Eric Moreland (OSU, So., F).

 

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