LSU superstar Angel Reese named a finalist for Katrina McClain Award

In her two years with LSU women’s basketball, Angel Reese has emerged as a standout player, showcasing her exceptional talent and leadership on the court.

After an impressive debut season on the Bayou, Reese has continued to elevate her game in Year 2, demonstrating her determination to lead LSU to another national title in what could potentially be her final year of college basketball.

Not only has Reese made a significant impact on her team’s success, but she has also garnered recognition on the national stage.

Recently, she was named a finalist for the prestigious Katrina McClain Award, which is presented to the nation’s top power forward.

This marks the second consecutive year that Reese has been among the five finalists for this esteemed honor, a testament to her consistent excellence on the court.

Reese’s remarkable achievements speak for themselves.

As the SEC Player of the Year, she led the league in both points and rebounds per game, averaging an impressive 19.1 points and 13 rebounds.

Her stellar performance has earned her a place in history, as she became the first player since Vanderbilt’s Wendy Scholtens in 1989-90 to lead the SEC in both categories for two consecutive seasons.

The selection committee responsible for deciding the winner of the Katrina McClain Award will convene later this month, and Reese is undoubtedly a strong contender for the prestigious accolade.

As Reese continues to shine on the basketball court, fans and analysts alike are eagerly anticipating her future accomplishments.

Her talent, work ethic, and dedication to the game make her a formidable force on the court and a role model for aspiring athletes everywhere.

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