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College Basketball Awards Results 2018: Full List Of Winners

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On Friday night, the 2018 College Basketball Awards Presented by Wendy’s took place live on ESPN2 from The Novo by Microsoft at Los Angeles. The awards included a presentation of the John R. Wooden Award Men’s Player of the Year presented by Wendy’s, John R. Wooden Award Women’s Player of the Year presented by Wendy’s, as well as five honors created and managed by the Basketball Hall of Fame: Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award, Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year Award, Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award, Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award.

Villanova star Jalen Brunson was a big winner on the night, claiming the Men’s Player of the Year award and Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year to go along with the Wildcats’ national championship.

The Women’s Player of the Year award went to A’ja Wilson of South Carolina.

Purdue’s Carsen Edwards, Villanova’s Mikal Bridges, Arizona’s Deandre Ayton, Seton Hall coach Angel Delgado and Villanova coach Jay Wright also picked up honors on the night.

A full list of winners from the 2018 College Basketball Awards can be seen below:

Award Nominees (winner in bold)
John R. Wooden Award Men’s Player of the Year Presented by Wendy’s Deandre Ayton (Arizona)
  Marvin Bagley III (Duke)
  Jalen Brunson (Villanova)
  Devonte’ Graham (Kansas)
  Trae Young (Oklahoma)
   
John R. Wooden Award Women’s Player of the Year Presented by Wendy’s Asia Durr (Louisville)
  Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon)
  Katie Lou Samuelson (Connecticut)
  Gabby Williams (Connecticut)
  A’ja Wilson (South Carolina)
   
John R. Wooden Award Legends of Coaching Jay Wright (Villanova)
   
Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award Joel Berry (North Carolina)
  Jalen Brunson (Villanova)
  Jevon Carter (West Virginia)
  DeVonte’ Graham (Kansas)
  Trae Young (Oklahoma)
   
Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year Award Grayson Allen (Duke)
  Carsen Edwards (Purdue)
  Marcus Foster (Creighton)
  Kendrick Nunn (Oakland)
  Jerome Robinson (Boston College)
   
Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award Keita Bates-Diop (Ohio State)
  Trevon Bluiett (Xavier)
  Mikal Bridges (Villanova)
  Miles Bridges (Michigan State)
  Kelan Martin (Butler)
   
Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award Deandre Ayton (Arizona)
  Marvin Bagley III (Duke)
  Mike Daum (South Dakota State)
  Nick King (Middle Tennessee)
  Luke Maye (North Carolina)
   
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award Angel Delgado (Seton Hall)
  Isaac Haas (Purdue)
  Jock Landale (Saint Mary’s)
  Brandon McCoy (UNLV)
  Thomas Welsh (UCLA)

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