By Paul Newberry/The Associated Press
ATLANTA (AP) — Kentucky has pulled off another sweep of the awards, this time for The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference women’s basketball team.
A’dia Mathies was named player of the year Tuesday, Matthew Mitchell claimed the coaching award, and Bria Goss picked up newcomer of the year. On Monday, the Wildcats took all three awards for the men’s team.
Mathies, a junior guard, is a unanimous choice for the first team. So was Tennessee senior forward Glory Johnson. The rest of the first team includes Vanderbilt guard Christina Foggie, Tennessee wing player Shekinna Stricklen and LSU forward LaSondra Barrett.
The second team includes Georgia swing player Anne Marie Armstrong and her teammate, forward Jasmine Hassell. The other choices are Florida forward Jennifer George, Arkansas guard C’eira Ricketts and Ole Miss guard Valencia McFarland.