A'ja Wilson has capped off the week with an exclamation point.
The USC All-American has been named the Naismith Women's College Player of the Year.
This follows other national awards that the Heathwood Hall graduate has collected including player of the year from USA Today, the Associated Press and most recently, the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
The other award left out there for her is the John Wooden Award, which will be awarded on Fri., April 6.
Wilson is the program’s first four-time All-American, including three seasons as a consensus first-team selection. The first three-time SEC Player of the Year in league history, she is among the nation’s leaders in several categories. As a senior, she ranks among the country’s top 10 in scoring (22.6 ppg), blocked shots (3.2 bpg), double-doubles (24), defensive rebounds (8.0 per game), free throws made (186) and free throw attempts (254). Her 11.8 rebounds per game are ranked 11th nationally.
Wilson came to USC as the number one ranked player in the country out of Heathwood Hall where she led the Highlanders to their first state championship in the SCISA ranks.