Courtney Williams an AP honorable-mention All-American
Senior Courtney Williams, who ended her career last week as arguably the greatest all-around player in USF women's basketball history, has been named an Associated Press honorable-mention All-American for the second year in a row.
Williams, almost certain to be a first-round pick in next month's WNBA draft, eclipsed her own school season scoring record with 763 points this past season. She exits as the only Bull to collect at least 2,000 points (2,304), 900 rebounds (931) and 300 assists (318).
She also established an NCAA Tournament record by accounting for 65 percent of her team's points (31 of 48) in the Bulls' 48-45 triumph against Colorado State in the first round. The 31 points also were a USF record for an NCAA Tournament contest.
The AP All-America first, second and third teams can be found here.