2016 WBCA Division I Coaches’ All-America Team

Team members line up by height. From left to right: Moriah Jefferson, Kelsey Mitchell, Kelsey Plum, Courtney Williams, Jamie Weisner, Nina Davis, Morgan Tuck, Brianna Turner, Breanna Stewart and A'ja Wilson. Photo by Sue Favor.
Team members line up by height. From left to right: Moriah Jefferson, Kelsey Mitchell, Kelsey Plum, Courtney Williams, Jamie Weisner, Nina Davis, Morgan Tuck, Brianna Turner, Breanna Stewart and A’ja Wilson. Photo by Sue Favor.

The 2016 WBCA Division I Coaches’ All-America Team was introduced today at a break between team practices at the Final Four. Honorees were introduced to the crowd individually, in order:

Nina Davis, Baylor

Moriah Jefferson, Connecticut

Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State

Kelsey Plum, Washington

Breanna Stewart, Connecticut

Morgan Tuck, Connecticut

Brianna Turner, Notre Dame

Jamie Weisner, Oregon State

A’ja Wilson, South Carolina

Courtney Williams, South Florida

NCAA vice president of women's basketball championships Anucha Browne talks with the 2016 WBCA Division I Coaches' All-America Team. Photo by Sue Favor.
NCAA vice president of women’s basketball championships Anucha Browne talks with the 2016 WBCA Division I Coaches’ All-America Team. Photo by Sue Favor.

After the ceremony, team members greeted each other in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse tunnel, where they shared some laughs. NCAA vice president of women’s basketball championships, Anucha Browne, congratulated the group and took a “selfie” picture with them.

Honorable mention team members are:

Lindsay Allen, Notre Dame

Jillian Alleyne, Oregon

Ameryst Alston, Ohio State

Kristine Anigwe, California

Rachel Banham, Minnesota

Imani Boyette, Texas

Sophie Brunner, Arizona State

Adut Bulgak, Florida State

Madison Cable, Notre Dame

Alaina Coates, South Carolina

Nia Coffey, Northwestern

Brittany Crain, UC Riverside

Kim Demmings, Wright State

Makayla Epps, Kentucky

Temi Fagbenle, Southern California

Katelyn Flaherty, Michigan

Natalie Fontaine, Ball State

Jordan Frericks, Missouri

Danaejah Grant, St. John’s

Ruth Hamblin, Oregon State

Mishia Hines-Allen, Louisville

Bria Holmes, West Virginia

Chanise Jenkins, DePaul

Niya Johnson, Baylor

Alexis Jones, Baylor

Brionna Jones, Maryland

Jonquel Jones, George Washington

Brittney Martin, Oklahoma State

Kelsey Minato, Army

Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina

Mariya Moore, Louisville

Adrienne Motley, Miami

Aerial Powers, Michigan State

Shereesha Richards, Albany

April Robinson, Duquesne

Leticia Romero, Florida State

Azura Stevens, Duke

Shakayla Thomas, Florida State

Victoria Vivians, Mississippi State

Courtney Walker, Texas A&M

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Maryland

Aaliyah Whiteside, Georgia Tech

Moriah Jefferson was named WBCA defensive player of the year.

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