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Wiggins Named NABC All-America Second Team

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PRESS RELEASE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS:

Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins was named to the 2014 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-America Second Team, the NABC announced Tuesday.

Wiggins set the Kansas freshman single-season scoring record with 597 points, surpassing the 589 points by Ben McLemore set in 2012-13. The Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, guard, Wiggins had 11 games of 20 or more points during the 2013-14 season, including a KU freshman record 41 at West Virginia (3/8). Wiggins led Kansas in steals with 41 and tied for the team high in three-pointers made with 43. His 5.9 rebound average was third-best on the team and his 34 blocked shots were second-most for the Jayhawks.

Besides his 597 points, other Kansas freshman season records Wiggins set include: scoring average (17.1), field goals attempted (422), free throws made (176) and free throws attempted (227).

Historically, Wiggins' selection to the NABC All-America team marks the 34th time a Jayhawk has been named to the NABC All-America Team (list below). Since 2007, Kansas has had at least one player named to one of the three NABC All-America teams every year. In 2012-13 McLemore was named second team and Jeff Withey third team All-America by the NABC.

Kansas went 25-10 in 2013-14 and won its 10th-straight, 14th Big 12 and NCAA-leading 57th conference regular-season title with a 14-4 league record.

For a complete list of the 2014 NABC All-America teams, go to: http://www.nabc.org/awards/all_america/division_I/2014_NABC_Coaches-_Division_I_All-America_team_release.pdf.

Wiggins Awards (2013-14)
NABC All-America Second Team
USBWA All-America Freshman Team
Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team
NABC All-District 8 First Team
USBWA All-America Second Team
SI.com All-America Second Team
USBWA All-District VI
Sporting News All-America Second Team
Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3.9.14)
Big 12 Freshman of the Year (Big 12, AP)
All-Big 12 First Team (unanimous selection, Big 12, AP)
Big 12 All-Newcomer Team
Wooden Award Final Ballot (1 of 15)
Wayman Tisdale Award Finalist by USBWA (1 of 6)
Oscar Robertson Trophy Finalist List by USBWA (1 of 15)
Naismith Men's College Player of the Year Candidate (1 of 30)
Wayman Tisdale National Freshman of the Week (1.28.14)
Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (1.27.14)
Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (11.18.13)

Kansas NABC All-Americans
Year - Name (team)
1951-Clyde Lovellette (1)
1952-Clyde Lovellette (1)
1957-Wilt Chamberlain (1)
1958-Wilt Chamberlain (1)
1961-Wayne Hightower (3)
1966-Walt Wesley (2)
1967-Walt Wesley (1)
1968-Jo Jo White (2)
1969-Jo Jo White (2)
1971-Dave Robisch (3)
1986-Danny Manning (2)
1987-Danny Manning (1)
1988-Danny Manning (1)
1990-Mark Randall (3)
1996-Jacque Vaughn (2)
1997-Raef LaFrentz (1), Jacque Vaughn (2)
1998-Raef LaFrentz (1), Paul Pierce (1)
2002-Drew Gooden (1), Kirk Hinrich (3)
2003-Nick Collison (1), Kirk Hinrich (3)
2005-Wayne Simien (1)
2007-Julian Wright (3)
2008-Brandon Rush (3)
2009-Sherron Collins (2)
2010-Sherron Collins (1), Cole Aldrich (2)
2011-Marcus Morris (2)
2012-Thomas Robinson (1)
2013-Ben McLemore (2), Jeff Withey (3)
2014-Andrew Wiggins (2)

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