2019 Winners

Obi Toppin

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• Dayton's first consensus All-American, after being named First Team Al--American by The Sporting News, Associated Press, USBWA and NABC
• Sports Illustrated announced its Top 50 College Basketball Players for the 2019-20 season last week, and Toppin’s uniform number matched his ranking – “1” 
• Finished the year averaging 20.0 points and 7.5 rebounds a game, and shooting .633 (245-387) from the field, .390 (32-82) from 3-pt. range and .702 (99-141) from the line.
• According to Synergy Basketball, Toppin led the nation with 1.20 points per possession while he was on the floor
• He was the only player in the country who averaged 20.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and shot over 60% from the field
• Had the best field goal percentage in the last five years of any Division I player who averaged 20 points a game
• One of the most efficient players in the nation, Toppin averaged 20.0 points a game, while taking just 12.5 field goal attempts per game
• Despite not strictly playing in the post, his 167 “close-in” 2-pt. FG’s were 30 more than anyone else in the nation
• Toppin led the A-10 in FG% (.633, 245-387), and was second in scoring (20.0)
• Was the only player in the conference to be listed in both the top ten in FG% and 3-pt. FG% (8th, .390, 32-82)
• Also fifth nationally in field goal percentage, even though he took more than double the number of three-pointers the rest of the top 10 combined
• Led the nation in dunks, with a school-record 107
• His 190 career dunks are also a Dayton record
• Set the Flyer single-game record with 10 dunks (breaking his own record) en route to a career-high 31-point performance vs. North Florida 
• While on the subject of dunks, the last five field goals of his college career were dunks (after the first two FG's of his career were dunks)
• Is the Dayton record holder for career field goal percentage by a scant .0004.  His .6473 (446-689) edged Sean Finn’s previous record of .6469 (414-640).

 


Sabrina Ionescu

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Unanimous first-team all-American for the third straight year ... Named the Pac-12 player of the year for the third year in a row while earning a fourth straight all-Pac-12 selection ... Led the Ducks to a third straight Pac-12 regular-season title as well as the Pac-12 Tournament championship ... Missed out on one final run in the NCAA Tournament, which was cancelled due to COVID-19 ... Matched her own NCAA single-season record with eight triple-doubles, extending her NCAA all-time record for both women and men to 26 to finish her career ... Became the first player in NCAA history (women and men) to surpass 2,000 career points, 1,000 career rebounds and 1,000 career assists, eclipsing that mark on 2/24/20 in a win at No. 4 Stanford while also recording the final triple-double of her career with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists ... Historic performance at Stanford came on the same day she delivered a heartfelt speech at the memorial for Kobe and Gianna Bryant, while also battling the flu ... Led the NCAA with a career-high 9.1 assists per game while ranking fourth nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.05) ... Shot a career-best 51.8 percent from the floor while shooting 39.2 percent from three-point range ... Ranked fourth in the Pac-12 with a team-high 17.5 points per game ... Third in the Pac-12 with a career-high 8.6 rebounds per game while leading the conference with 6.7 defensive rebounds per game ... Led the Pac-12 in free-throw percentage with a career-best mark of 92.1, including a 96.4 percent mark in conference play ... Broke the UO record for consecutive free throws made with 34 straight from 12/21/19 to 2/3/20 ... Racked up a career-high 20 double-doubles as a senior to finish with 58 in her career, fourth-most in program history ... Named the Pac-12 Tournament most outstanding player for the second time in her career after averaging 23.3 points, 9.3 rebounds and 9.0 assists per game in three games, headlined by a 31-point performance in the semifinals vs. No. 13 Arizona ... Erupted for a career-high 37 points while going 14-of-26 from the floor on 1/16/20 against No. 3 Stanford, breaking the UO all-time scoring record in the process ... Led Oregon to a historic exhibition win over the USA Women’s National Team on 11/9/19 with 30 points, seven assists and four rebounds ... Recorded the first triple-double of her senior season on 11/16/19 vs. Texas Southern with 10 points, 13 rebounds and 14 assists, matching her career-high for assists in a triple-double ... Broke the UO all-time records for both three-pointers and double-figure scoring games on 12/8/19 vs. South Dakota State ... Hauled down a career-high 18 rebounds while adding 16 points and 12 assists for career triple-double No. 20 on 12/16/19 vs. UC Riverside ... Recorded a triple-double in back-to-back games with 21 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists on 12/21/19 vs. Kansas State ... First triple-double in Pac-12 play and fourth of the season came on 1/12/20 at No. 18 Arizona, finishing with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists ... Passed Gary Payton (938, OSU) as the Pac-12 all-time assists leader for both women and men on 1/24/20 vs. Oregon State with nine while adding 23 points ... Needed just three quarters to notch her fifth triple-double of the year on 2/1/20 at Colorado, recording 24 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds ... Helped lead Oregon to a historic road win at No. 4 UConn on 2/3/20 with 10 points, nine rebounds and nine assists ... Moved into the top five on the NCAA all-time women's assists list on 2/7/20 vs. No. 12 Arizona while recording triple-double No. 24 with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists ... Surpassed 1,000 career assists with eight on 2/14/20 at No. 7 UCLA to become just the second player ever with 2,000 points and 1,000 assists ... Recorded triple-double No. 25 in front of family and friends in the Bay Area on 2/21/20 at California with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, before following up with another triple-double on 2/24/20 at Stanford in historic performance ... Started all 33 games, finishing career with 142 career appearances to rank fourth in program history. 

 

 

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