In addition to Kristi Kingma earning first team honors, Mercedes Wetmore and Aminah Williams earned honorable mention.
After two successful years as Washington's women's basketball head coach, Kevin McGuff was rewarded with a contract extension through 2020.
Washington fell 85-78 in the second round of the WNIT to finish the season with a record of 21-12.
Washington needed double overtime, but earned a 65-60 victory over Eastern Washington in the first round of the WNIT.
Washington begins what it hopes will be a deep run in the WNIT by hosting Eastern Washington on Friday at 7 p.m.
Portland vs. UW Post Game Conference
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13): Had one of the great rebounding seasons in UW history, finishing with 356 boards, good for second all-time at UW ... a Pac-12 All-Defensive Team selection ... finished fourth in the Pac-12 with 10.8 rebounds per game .... nearly averaged a double-double with a 9.2 ppg average ... finished with 12 double-doubles on the season ... had 17 rebounds three different times to set and tie career highs ... led UW and was sixth in the Pac-12 with 71 steals ... had 6 steals twice, most recently against UCLA on 1/13/13 ... set a career-best with 17 points twice, including most recently at Washington State on 1/15/13 ... had 22 double-digit rebound games ... had at least three steals in 13 games ... started all 33 games and averaged 35.1 minutes per game, which was seventh in the Pac-12 ... named Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12): Saw action in 32 games, including one start ... averaged 3.7 points and 3.9 rebounds, while getting 16 minutes per contest ... led the Huskies in steals with 34 ... scored a career-best 12 points two times, both in wins coming against Seattle U and Cal Poly ... amassed 16 rebounds in a Pac-12 Tournament game against Oregon ... had a five-steal game against Portland.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Kennedy to four consecutive State Tournament appearances playing in the championship game twice ... won the WIAA 3A State Championship in 2008-09 where she was named the games Most Outstanding Player ... averaged 15 points and 9.8 rebounds as a junior in 2009-10 while playing only 16 minutes per game ... All-League performer as a sophomore and junior ... senior year she averaged 21.5 points and 15.3 rebounds - often playing in only two quarters ... a unanimous choice as 2010-11 Seamount League player of the year ... named Seattle Times first team All-Region ... played Club Basketball for Tree of Hope, earning First Team All-Tournament, Oregon City End of the Trail, and MVP Auburn Riverside Tournament of Champions awards ... McDonald's All-American Nominee 2010-2011 ... Rated #23 forward in the nation and #1 in the state at her position according to ESPN HoopGurlz.
Points - 17 (2x), Last at Washington State, Jan, 20, 2012
Rebounds - 17 (2x), Last vs. Arizona, Jan. 6, 2013
Assists - 5 vs. Oregon, March 7, 2012
Steals - 6 (2x), Last at UCLA, Jan. 13, 2013
FG Made - 8 at Washington State, Jan. 20, 2012
FG Attempted - 14 vs. Stanford, Feb. 29, 2013
3-Pt. FG Made - 2 (4x), Last vs. Stanford, Feb. 28, 2013
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 4 vs. Oregon, March 7, 2012
FT Made - 4 (3x), Last at USC, Jan. 11, 2013
FT Attempted - 7 (2x), Last at Long Beach State, Nov. 18, 2012
PERSONAL: Full name is Aminah Mykel Williams ... born in Seattle, Washington ... parents are Guy and Monique Williams ... oldest of three, has one sister - Myah - and one brother - Noah ... father Guy was an All-American Basketball player at Washington State University and a NBA player with the Washington Wizards and Golden State Warriors ... plans on studying Public Health while at Washington ... wants to work in the medical industry when her athletic career is over.