Thu., March 30: The U.S. Basketball Writers Association announced the winners of its three major women's awards Friday at the site of this weekend's Final Four. All three winners hail from the Southeastern Conference. A'ja Wilson of South Carolina is the winner of the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award as the National Player of the Year. Vic Schaefer of Mississippi State earned the National Coach of the Year Award, and Chennedy Carter of Texas A&M is the National Freshman of the Year, based on voting by the USBWA membership. USBWA representative Mel Greenberg made the presentations.
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Joe Mitch with the 2018 USBWA Hall of Fame Class and President Vahé Gregorian at the Final Four
Joe Mitch: The USBWA has been a passion of mine for nearly four decades. Leaving it after so many years is one of the hardest decisions I've ever made. It's like losing a close friend. I never really thought about when this day would
come, but now I'm feeling it's time for me to move on to the next chapter in my life.
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Joe Mitch: It is with sadness and joy, too that
I am announcing my retirement from the USBWA.
Courage Award: Some things are more important than even the pursuit of the national title.
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