Ionescu Wins Honda Sport Award


EUGENE, Ore. – Sabrina Ionescu added yet another piece of hardware to her trophy case on Tuesday as the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) announced Oregon’s senior superstar as the winner of the 2019-20 Honda Sport Award for women’s basketball.

The CWSA, in its 44th year, honors the nation’s top NCAA women athletes for superior athletic skills, leadership, academic excellence and eagerness to participate in community service. Ionescu was chosen as the winner by a vote of administrators from more than 1,000 NCAA member schools, beating out fellow finalists Dana Evans (Louisville), Tyasha Harris (South Carolina) and Aari McDonald (Arizona).

Ionescu is the unanimous national player of the year for 2019-20 after completing a sweep of the Naismith Trophy, Wooden Award and Wade Trophy, while also being named player of the year by the Associated Press, USBWA and The Walnut Creek, Calif., native was a unanimous first-team all-American and the Nancy Lieberman national point guard of the year, taking home both honors for the third straight season, while also winning her third straight Pac-12 player of the year award.

Ionescu led the Ducks to a 31-2 overall record and a sweep of the Pac-12 regular-season and tournament championships in 2019-20, before her senior year was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The only collegiate player ever to reach 2,000 career points (2,562), 1,000 assists (1,091) and 1,000 rebounds (1,040), Ionescu matched her own NCAA single-season record as a senior with eight triple-doubles to give her 26 for her career, more than twice as many as any other player in history.
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The projected No. 1 overall pick in this Friday’s 2020 WNBA Draft (4 p.m. PT, ESPN), Ionescu was fourth in the Pac-12 as a senior with a team-high 17.5 points per game while grabbing a career-best 8.6 rebounds and dishing out an NCAA-leading 9.1 assists per game. Ionescu also ranked fourth in the nation with a stellar 3.05 assist-to-turnover ratio.

Ionescu shined in her final games while leading Oregon to the Pac-12 Tournament title, being named the tournament’s most outstanding player for the second time in her career after nearly averaging a triple-double through three games, headlined by a 31-point performance in the semifinals against Arizona.

The Pac-12 all-time assists leader for both women and men, Ionescu’s 1,091 career assists rank fourth in NCAA women’s basketball history. She is also Oregon’s all-time leader in points, three-pointers (329) and double-figure scoring games (134).