Brittney Griner has had no equal in her stellar career at Baylor.Now shes part of a select group.The 6-foot-8 senior star earned The Associated Press player of the year award for the second straight season Saturday. Notre Dames Muffet McGraw was selected coach of the year.Griner is just the third player to earn the award in consecutive years, joining Seimone Augustus of LSU and Chamique Holdsclaw of Tennessee. Connecticuts Maya Moore won it twice in a three-year span.Those names are pretty big; to have my name in there is an honor, Griner said.The three-time All-American received 37 votes from the 40-member national media panel that selects the weekly Top 25. Stanfords Chiney Ogwumike received two votes while Notre Dames Skylar Diggins earned the other.Griner averaged 23.8 points, 9.4 rebounds and 4.1 blocks this season. She shot 61 percent from the field and 71 percent from the free throw line.Her father, godfather and brother were with her when she accepted the award. Griner said she will put it with the one she won last year.Griner was the second all-time scorer in womens NCAA history, with 3,283 points. She is the top shot blocker ever, shattering both the mens and womens college marks with 748.TCU track wins eightTCU won eight events at the Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational at UCLA.Cameron Parker won the long jump and the triple jump with respective distances of 24-3 1/2 and 49-10 1/2 .The long jump distance was a career best.Also winning in multiple events was Megan Smith, who won the shot put with a 52-8 1/4 and the discus with a 165-5.The discus mark broke her own school record of 165-1 she set two weeks ago at the Bobby Lane Invitational at UT Arlington.The mens 4x100-meter relay team won with a time of 39.42.Charles Silmon, who was a member of that relay, also won the 100 meters with a 10.25.The mens 4x400 team won with a 3:08.50.Katie Dalton won the 3,000-meter steeplechase in a time of 11:03.39.Auburn allegationsAuburn coach Gus Malzahn said he thinks the administration responded well to two reports alleging misdeeds in the football program dating from the 2010 national championship season.Malzahn, the offensive coordinator in 2010, referred to athletic director Jay Jacobs statements disputing the reports accuracy.The administration took care of it, and as a head coach I feel good about the way they handled it, he said after Saturdays scrimmage.Asked if anybody had been distracted by the reports, he responded: Nobody. ESPN The Magazine and roopstigo.com had separate reports last week alleging the cover-up of synthetic marijuana use to changing a players grade to improper payments.