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Women's Basketball Awards Announced

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SEC Staff
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Southeastern Conference announced its 2014 women's basketball postseason awards Tuesday, highlighted by South Carolina's Dawn Staley, Tiffany Mitchell and Alaina Coates being named Coach, Player and Freshman of the Year, respectively.

Mississippi State's Martha Alwal and Texas A&M's Jordan Jones were named Co-Defensive Players of the Year, while Coates and Kentucky's Jennifer O'Neill were named Co-6th Player of the Year. Missouri's Lianna Doty was named Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

First-team and second-team All-SEC honorees, All-Freshman team, All-Defensive team, along with Player, Coach and Freshman, Defensive Player, 6th Player and Scholar-Athlete of the Year were chosen by the league's 14 coaches. Ties were not broken.

The complete 2014 SEC Women's Basketball Postseason Awards follow.

Coach of the Year: Dawn Staley, South Carolina

Player of the Year: Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina

Freshman of the Year: Alaina Coates, South Carolina

Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Martha Alwal, Mississippi State / Jordan Jones, Texas A&M

Co-6th Players of the Year: Jennifer O'Neill, Kentucky / Alaina Coates, South Carolina

Scholar- Athlete of the Year: Lianna Doty, Missouri

First Team All-SEC

Tyrese Tanner, Auburn

Jaterra Bonds, Florida

Theresa Plaisance, LSU

Martha Alwal, Mississippi State

Bri Kulas, Missouri

Aleighsa Welch, South Carolina

Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina

Meighan Simmons, Tennessee

Isabelle Harrison, Tennessee

Courtney Walker, Texas A&M

Second Team All-SEC

Jessica Jackson, Arkansas

Shacobia Barbee, Georgia

Jennifer O'Neill, Kentucky

DeNesha Stallworth, Kentucky

Tia Faleru, Ole Miss

Valencia McFarland, Ole Miss

Alaina Coates, South Carolina

Courtney Williams, Texas A&M

Jasmine Lister, Vanderbilt

Christina Foggie, Vanderbilt

All-Freshman

Ashley Williams, Alabama

Jessica Jackson, Arkansas

Brandy Montgomery, Auburn

Ronni Williams, Florida

Linnae Harper, Kentucky

Raigyne Moncrief, LSU

Breanna Richardson, Mississippi State

Alaina Coates, South Carolina

Andraya Carter, Tennessee

All-Defensive

Tyrese Tanner, Auburn

Hasina Muhammad, Auburn

Shacobia Barbee, Georgia

Martha Alwal, Mississippi State

Elem Ibiam, South Carolina

Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina

Jordan Jones, Texas A&M