University of Washington senior guard Andrew Andrews Friday was selected first team All-District 20 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), his third major honor of the season. Andrews was also named First Team All-Pac-12 and USBWA All-District IX.
Andrews led the Pac-12 in scoring at 20.9 points per game, totaling 712 points in 34 contests, the third most in a single season in UW history. He posted 18 20+point games and seven 30+point games during the 2015-16 season, the third- and second-most at UW, respectively.
Andrews’ 20.9 average is fifth best by a Husky and his 47 points against Washington State March 2 is the second-highest single-game showing in program history.
Andrews also led the Huskies in assists with 166, the fifth-highest total in school history. and averaged a career-best 5.7 rebounds. He set the UW career record for free throws made with 578, and his 273-for-321 mark this season ranked in the top five in the NCAA for both makes and attempts.
Andrews finished his career as the third-leading scorer in UW history, totaling 1,812 points after starting the season in 31st. In 128 games, he accumulated 388 assists (seventh all-time), hit 197 three-pointers (fourth all-time), and registered 148 steals (fifth all-time).
Andrews was joined on the first team by Dillon Brooks (Oregon), Jakob Poeltl (Utah), Gary Payton II (Oregon State) and Ryan Anderson (Arizona).
Well done Andrew. Looking forward to following your career when you finish at UW. You have been a great Husky!