COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina forward A’ja Wilson is perhaps standing taller than ever after a season in which and the defending national champions struggled.
The 6-foot-5 senior became the first three-time Southeastern Conference player of the year and set South Carolina’s career scoring mark while mentoring the next group of Gamecocks and thriving as the best women’s college basketball player.
Wilson, who was the No. 1 high school recruit, is a leading candidate to be named national player of the year.
“She has embraced her ambassadorship,” college basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli said.
At some point over the next few weeks, Wilson’s impressive college journey will end. She and the Gamecocks are seeded No.
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