The Pac-12 Announced its 10th Weekly Men’s Basketball Honors

SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 announced its 10th weekly honors of the 2021-22 men’s basketball season as voted on by media who cover the league.

After scoring a career-high 28 points at USC and leading the Ducks to consecutive road wins over AP top-five opponents, senior guard Will Richardson has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.

Richardson started the week with 10 points, three rebounds, two assists and a steal in the two-point win over Oregon State on Monday, Jan. 10 in Corvallis. On Thursday, head coach Dana Altman won his 700th career game when Oregon defeated No. 3 UCLA 84-81 in overtime. Richardson’s regulation minutes were limited after four quick fouls, but he contributed 16 points and came up huge down the stretch. Oregon outscored UCLA 11-8 in overtime, with Richardson scoring five of the Ducks 11 points. The Bruins became the highest ranked team ever beaten by the Ducks on the road.

The senior guard capped the historic weekend with a career-best 28 points on a career-high-tying nine field goals at USC. Richardson started four-of-four from long range and scored 19 points in the first half. He finished five-of-eight from distance and added four assists to help Oregon win wire-to-wire, leading by nine points or more throughout the second half. Oregon became the first team since Clemson in 1975-76 to beat AP top-five teams in consecutive games and the first team in Pac-12 history to win consecutive regular season games against AP top-ten teams.

Oregon has now won five games in a row, with Richardson averaging 19.8 points (.548 FG%, .519 3FG%), 3.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals per game in that span.

It is the second weekly honor of Richardson’s career; he has earned the distinction in two of the last three weeks. The first came on Jan. 3 after Richardson scored a then-career-high 26 points in the victory over Utah on New Year’s Day.

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Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Player of the Week
Will Richardson, OREGON
Sr., G, Hinesville, Ga.

• Averaged 18.0 points on 50 percent shooting (18-36), 3.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.3 steals in Oregon’s 3-0 week on the road, including 22.0 points as the Ducks became the first team in Pac-12 history to sweep a Conference road trip against AP Top 5 opponents.
• Scored 16 points in just 22 minutes in Oregon’s 84-81 overtime victory at No. 3 UCLA on Thursday, a win which marked head coach Dana Altman’s 700th career victory.
• Went for career-high 28 points, powered by five 3-pointers, and added four assists, four rebounds and two steals in 79-69 win at No. 5 USC on Saturday.
• Opened week with 10 points in 78-76 win at rival Oregon State on Monday.
• Second Pac-12 Player of the Week honor in past three weeks.

ALSO NOMINATED: Ąžuolas Tubelis, Arizona; Jordan Shepherd, California; Jabari Walker, Colorado; Jarod Lucas, Oregon State; Spencer Jones, Stanford; Johnny Juzang, UCLA; Terrell Brown Jr., Washington.

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Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Freshman of the Week
Mouhamed Gueye, WASHINGTON STATE
Fr., F, Dakar, Senegal

• Narrowly missed averaging a double-double with 12.5 points and 9.5 rebounds in a split of league games this week.
• Recorded his second double-double with career-high 16 points and 11 rebounds against Stanford.
• Added nine points and eight rebounds in 65-57 victory over California on Saturday.
• Second Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honor of season (11/22/21).

ALSO NOMINATED: K.J. Simpson, Colorado; Glenn Taylor Jr., Oregon State; Harrison Ingram, Stanford, Peyton Watson, UCLA.

2021-22 PAC-12 MEN’S BASKETBALL PERFORMANCE AWARDS

Player of the Week Freshman of the Week
Nov. 15 Johnny Juzang, Jr., UCLA Harrison Ingram, STAN
Nov. 22 Christian Koloko, Jr., ARIZ Mouhamed Gueye, WSU
Nov. 29 Terrell Brown Jr., Sr., WASH K.J. Simpson, COLO
Dec. 6 Bennedict Mathurin, So., ARIZ Lazar Stefanovic, UTAH
Dec. 13 Bennedict Mathurin, So., ARIZ Harrison Ingram, STAN
Dec. 20 Chevez Goodwin, R-Sr., USC Harrison Ingram, STAN
Dec. 27 Grant Anticevich, 5th, CAL Harrison Ingram, STAN
Jan. 3 Will Richardson, Sr., ORE Glenn Taylor Jr., OSU
Jan. 10 Tyger Campbell, Jr., UCLA Julian Hammond III, COLO
Jan. 17 Will Richardson, Sr., ORE Mouhamed Gueye, WSU

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