Wed., March 15: Mark Few, who guided Gonzaga to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, has been named winner of the Henry Iba Award, given annually by the USBWA to the national coach of the year. Under Few, the Bulldogs posted their second No. 1 national ranking in program history this season and won the West Coast Conference regular-season and tournament championships for a fifth straight year with a team comprised of nine new players.
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Four guards are among the Oscar Robertson Trophy finalists as first-team USBWA All-Americans
Mon., March 13: Five standout players from five different conferences have been named to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association's 2016-17 All-America First Team. Those five stars four of them guards are the finalists for the prestigious Oscar Robertson Trophy as the USBWA's Men's National Player of the Year. Four the the Oscar Robertson Trophy finalists were named District Players of the Year last week by the USBWA and all five were named either player of the year or freshman player of the year in their respective leagues. The USBWA and the legendary Oscar Robertson will announce the Oscar Robertson Trophy winner as the national player of the year at the NCAA Men's Final Four in Glendale, Ariz., at a press conference on Fri., March 31.
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