In the voting process, the difference between first and second teams ended up being by a miniscule amount of votes. Every player listed below could make a case for being on the first team, showing the vast talent pool that is growing in the WCC.
Some players featured on our second team are sophomore and juniors and will have a chance to move up to our first team. Some are seniors, who unfortunately will not be able to improve on their already stellar award.
The first team is usually the team that gets the most notoriety, but the second team should not be overlooked. It is jam packed with talented players that played their hearts out each and every game this season. Being named to the second team might feel demoralizing for athletes that are always striving to be the best, but this team is no laughing matter.
Without further ado, here is our second team All-WCC team.
Schedule for award releases:
Friday: All-WCC 3rd Team
Saturday: All-WCC 2nd Team
Sunday: All-WCC 1st Team
Check out our 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams from last year to compare and contrast with the postseason teams.
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