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Texas A&M Women's Basketball

Four Aggies land All-SEC women's basketball honors

March 2, 2021

Texas A&M women’s basketball landed four All-Southeastern Conference honors, the league announced Tuesday.

Texas A&M senior forward N’dea Jones was named to the first-team All-SEC for the second time in her career. Senior guard Aaliyah Wilson received second-team All-SEC honors, while Destiny Pitts earned 6th Woman of the Year and Ciera Johnson picked up Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Jones is currently nominated for the Katrina McClain Award and the Naismith Trophy for the NCAA women’s player of the year. The senior from Georgia is shooting at her career-best from inside the arc at 54.7% and averages 12.2 points and 10.5 rebounds a game. Jones holds the all-time record at Texas A&M for double-doubles and rebounds. Sunday, Jones broke the rebound record as the Aggies won the SEC regular-season title and beat No. 5 South Carolina. 

N’dea Jones humbly responded to her success.

“I’m happy my team won and I feel like they needed the extra possessions I was able to give them.”

Lia Musgrave, TexAgs
N’dea Jones has played a huge role in the Aggies’ overwhelming success this season.

Aaliyah Wilson collected the first All-SEC selection of her career. Wilson leads the team in points per game (13.2), blocks (19), steals (43) and accounts for the second-most assists (58). This senior guard has scored in double-digits 18 times this season, making it a team-high. After posting a career-high of 27 points against Arkansas, Wilson earned SEC Player of the Week.

Destiny Pitts received the 6th Woman of the Year honoree for Texas A&M. The last 6th Woman recipient representing the Maroon and White dates back to 2016 when Chelsea Jennings brought in the accolade. Pitts is most dangerous from behind the arc, where she leads the SEC and is fifth in the country with her three-point shooting average of 47.9%. 

Ciera Johnson made history as the first Scholar-Athlete of the Year in the program. This senior captain earned a bachelor’s in human resource development and will receive her master’s in the Spring of 2021. Johnson is a Traditions Night Counselor, SEC Leadership Council Member, SAAC representative and serves as a founding member and vice president of the B.L.U.E. print at A&M.

Texas A&M ended the regular season 22-1 and 13-1 in SEC play, finishing with the SEC crown. The Aggies will face either Mississippi State or LSU on Friday, March 5 in the SEC tournament quarter-finals in Greenville South Carolina.

All-SEC Selections

First Team All-SEC

Jasmine Walker, Alabama            

Chelsea Dungee, Arkansas           

Rhyne Howard, Kentucky           

Khayla Pointer, LSU      

Shakira Austin, Ole Miss             

Aliyah Boston, South Carolina  

Zia Cooke, South Carolina  

Rennia Davis, Tennessee         

N’dea Jones, Texas A&M    

Second Team All-SEC

Jordan Lewis, Alabama            

Unique Thompson, Auburn

Destiny Slocum, Arkansas           

Lavender Briggs, Florida 

Jenna Staiti, Georgia

Aijha Blackwell, Missouri            

Rae Burrell, Tennessee         

Aaliyah Wilson, Texas A&M       


Romi Levy, Auburn

Jordyn Merritt, Florida 

Sarah Ashlee Barker, Georgia

Snudda Collins, Ole Miss            

Madison Scott, Ole Miss            

Madison Hayes, Mississippi State

Mama Dembele, Missouri

Marta Suárez, Tennessee        


Que Morrison, Georgia

Khayla Pointer, LSU      

Chasity Patterson, Kentucky           

Aliyah Boston, South Carolina  

Tamari Key, Tennessee         

Player of the Year – Rhyne Howard, Kentucky

Freshman of the Year – Madison Scott, Ole Miss

Co-Defensive Players of the Year – Que Morrison, Georgia & Aliyah Boston, South Carolina

6th Woman of the Year Destiny Pitts, Texas A&M

Scholar-Athlete of the YearCiera Johnson, Texas A&M

Coach of the Year – Joni Taylor, Georgia

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Four Aggies land All-SEC women's basketball honors

1,910 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by Wicked Good Ag
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Wonder who all gets to vote?? States the league.
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That is about right IMO this season I have thought over the past few years a couple were on the teams that made me scratch my head but this year not so much

do we think any of the seniors take that extra year...I think Jones and Johnson will be drafted with Jones late 1st at best but likely 2nd round...Johnson maybe at the end of the draft. Wells Wilson Dremaine and Pitts not drafted so could come back with all of the them currently working on their masters

The freshman didnt get a lot of playing time this year but have real promise.
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