Arizona Wildcats point guard Aari McDonald was named an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American on Monday.
She is the first Wildcat since Davellyn Whyte in 2012 to be named an All-American and is one of six All-Americans from the Pac-12.
The redshirt sophomore has been sensational in her first season with the Wildcats. Here are some of her accomplishments, courtesy of Arizona Athletics:
- Owns the Arizona single-season scoring record (852).
- Is fourth on the Pac-12 single-season scoring list.
- Has scored more points than any sophomore in conference history.
- Is the nation’s third-leading scorer at 24.3 points per game.
- Tied the Arizona single-game scoring record (39).
- Fastest player in school history to 500 and 600 points and is the only with 700 and 800 points in a season.
- Became the first Pac-12 player to score 30 points in three-straight games since the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer Kelsey Plum had four-straight in Jan. 2017.
- Only player in school history to have eight 30-points game.
- Joins Maya Moore as the only player since 2000 with 800 points, 200 rebounds and 150 assists in one season.
- Joins Plum, as the only players in conference history to have 750 points and 150 assists in one season.
- Has scored in double figures in every game this season.
- Became the fourth player in Pac-12 history to score 800 points in a season.
- Set the Arizona conference tournament record with 34 points against Oregon on Mar. 8.
- Was a three-time Pac-12 Player of the Week.
- Was named to the Wooden Award Midseason Top 25.
- Was named to the Watch List for the Dawn Staley and Ann Meyers Drysdale Awards.
- Was a WBCA All-America Region Finalist.
McDonald and the Wildcats host TCU in the Final Four of the WNIT on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. MST.