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Husky Men's Basketball

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April 16, 2013 at 9:23 PM

C.J. Wilcox wins Washington MVP award

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Junior guard C.J. Wilcox (above) picked up the top prize and Aziz N’Diaye claimed the most hardware at Washington’s team banquet on Tuesday.

Wilcox won the 950 KJR MVP award. He led the Huskies with a 16.8 scoring average.

N’Diaye captured the John Meyers Defensive Player award and the Marv Harshman trophy, which is given to the top rebounder, for the second straight year. He also claimed the Industrial Award honors for the second time. N’Diaye won the award in 2011.

Sophomore forward Desmond Simmons was the only other multiple winner. For the second straight year, he earned the Wurster Award for the team’s top hustler and the 101 Club Scholar Athlete Award.

Senior guard Abdul Gaddy, who finished his career second all time on UW’s assist list with 469, won the Playmaker of the Year award for the second straight year.

The UW coaching staff gave the Hed Edmundson Most Inspirational award to sophomore forward Martin Breunig, who plans to transfer to another school.

Sophomore forward Shawn Kemp Jr. claimed the Most Improved Player award. He averaged 1.6 points and 0.8 rebounds in 2011-12. Last season he averaged 6.3 points and 3.0 rebounds.

Redshirt freshman forward Jernard Jarreau nabbed the Coaches award, which is given to the player who displays the best attitude.

Junior transfer Dion Overstreet and sophomore Quinn Sterling were the recipients of the Brandon West Walk-On award.

2012-13 Washington Team Awards:

950 KJR Most Valuable Plaer: C.J. Wilcox
Most Improved: Shawn Kemp Jr.
Marv Harshman Award: Aziz N’Diaye
Wurster Award: Desmond Simmons
Industrial Award: Aziz N’Diaye
101 Club Scholar Athlete: Desmond Simmons
Playmaker of the Year: Abdul Gaddy
Jon Meyers Defensive Player: Aziz N’Diaye
Coaches Award: Jernard Jarreau
Hec Edmundson Most Inspirational: Martin Breunig
Brandon West Walk On Award: Quinn Sterling and Dion Overstreet

 

 

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