Gamecocks' A'ja Wilson named espnW Women's Basketball Player of the Year

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Updated: Mar. 11, 2018 at 2:49 PM EDT
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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - In the words of a famous musician, "Another one!" USC Women's Basketball senior forward A'ja Wilson has been named the espnW Women's Basketball Player of the Year.

The three-time SEC player of the year was just named the USA TODAY Sports women's basketball player of the year on Friday. She is also a four-time All-American and SEC First-Team selection – the first in South Carolina history.

Related: Wilson named semifinalist for Naismith Trophy

Wilson helped the top-10 ranked Gamecocks (26-6) to their fourth straight SEC Tournament win in a 62-51 upset of no. 2 Mississippi State.

The Gamecocks are projected to be selected as a no. 2 seed for the upcoming tournament as the defending national champion.

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