TCU senior guard Zahna Medley has been named a first-team All-Big 12 selection for the third time in her career. The league announced the teams Wednesday.
Horned Frogs sophomore guard AJ Alix was named an honorable mention selection. The All-Big 12 honors are chosen by the head coaches, who are not allowed to vote for their student-athletes.
Medley was a unanimous selection.
Medley is the first player in TCU history to earn three first-Team All-Conference honors during her TCU career.
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Sandora Irvin (2004 and 2005 Conference USA), Emily Carter (2010 and 2011 Mountain West) and Helena Sverrisdottir (2009 and 2010 Mountain West) are the only other players to earn multiple first team honors.
Medley became the leading scorer in TCU history in the Frogs’ victory over Kansas on Monday night. She has 1,911 career points.
Medley averaged 16.4 points per game in 2015-16 while dishing out 3.7 assists per game and grabbing 1.5 steals per outing.
Alix averages 11.4 points overall and in 12.4 points during Big 12 Conference play this season.
Jim Littell was selected as Oklahoma State’s first Big 12 Coach of the Year while senior guard Brittney Martin picked up the Cowgirls’ first Player of the Year honor.
Martin shared Defensive Player of the Year honors with Imani Boyette (Texas). Alexis Jones (Baylor) was named Newcomer of the Year, Tynice Martin (West Virginia) earned Freshman of the Year and Vionise Pierre-Louis (Oklahoma) claimed the Sixth Man Award.
Ten TCU swimmers will compete at the 2016 American Short Course Championships in Austin on Thursday and Friday.
The athletes will swim a 50-meter long course pool in attempt to make Olympic trial qualifying standards.
Competing for TCU will be Maddie Ibrahim, Connor Dobbs, Chris Hearl, Garrett Hills, Carlos Hunnicutt, Darian Nezami, John Smith, Ross Sullivan, Tommy Thach and Leo Sanchez.