The Wildcats’ Nick Johnson was player of the year, Sean Miller was coach of the year and Aaron Gordon was freshman of the year. Gordon was also a member of the All-Pac-12 first team.
Arizona won the regular season championship.
UCLA finished second to Arizona.
First team: Jordan Adams (UCLA); Kyle Anderson (UCLA); Jahii Carson (Arizona State); Justin Cobbs (California); Aaron Gordon (Arizona); Nick Johnson (Arizona); Dwight Powell (Stanford); Chasson Randle (Stanford); Josh Scott (Colorado); Delon Wright (Utah).
Honorable Mention: Askia Booker (Colorado); DaVonté Lacy (Washington State); Jermaine Marshall (Arizona State); Mike Moser (Oregon); Richard Solomon (California).
All-freshman team: Bryce Alford (UCLA); Aaron Gordon (Arizona); Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (Arizona); Zach LaVine (UCLA); Nigel Williams-Goss (Washington).
Honorable Mention: Hallice Cooke (Oregon State); Wesley Gordon (Colorado); Jordan Mathews (California).
All-defensive team: Jordan Bachynski (Arizona State); Josh Huestis (Stanford); Nick Johnson (Arizona); T.J. McConnell (Arizona); Delon Wright (Utah).
Honorable mention: Jordan Adams (UCLA); David Kravish (California); Eric Moreland (Oregon State); Norman Powell (UCLA).
Player of the Year: Nick Johnson, Arizona.
Freshman of the Year: Aaron Gordon, Arizona.
Defensive Player of the Year: Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State.
Most Improved Player: Anthony Brown, Stanford.
Coach of the Year: Sean Miller, Arizona.
The Big West Conference also unveiled its all-conference teams. Junior center Alan Williams of UC Santa Barbara was chosen Big West player of the year, and senior guard Michael Williams of Cal State Fullerton was newcomer of the year. Williams transferred from San Francisco.
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