Oregon WBB’s Ionescu Named USBWA National Player of the Week

EUGENE, Ore. – Sabrina Ionescu has been named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) national player of the week after making history last week in a pair of blowout wins for the Oregon women’s basketball team, the organization announced on Tuesday.

The national honor comes a day after Ionescu was named both the Pac-12 player of the week and the espnW national player of the week.

Ionescu dropped a career-high 37 points in Oregon’s 87-55 win over then-No. 3 Stanford, breaking the program’s 36-year-old all-time scoring record in the process. The senior matched her career-high with 14 made field goals and added 11 rebounds and seven assists while surpassing 900 career rebounds.

Ionescu is the first player in NCAA women’s basketball history to record 2,000-plus points, 900-plus rebounds and 900-plus assists.

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The Walnut Creek, Calif., native posted her fourth straight double-double and team-leading 10th of the season on Sunday with 14 points and 10 assists against California. Ionescu now owns 938 career assists, moving her into a tie with Gary Payton for the most in Pac-12 men’s and women’s history.

Ionescu enters this week with career totals of 2,279 points, 910 rebounds and 938 assists as she continues her quest to 2,000/1,000/1,000. On the season, Ionescu is averaging a team-best 17.4 points per game to go with 9.1 rebounds and an NCAA-leading 8.6 assists per game.

Ionescu and the No. 4 Ducks (15-2, 5-1) will play No. 7 Oregon State twice in less than 48 hours this weekend in front of a pair of sold-out crowdsd, beginning Friday night in Matthew Knight Arena.