Michigan sophomore guard Nik Stauskas has been honored again, this time making the Wooden Award All-American squad. He joins Creighton's Doug McDermott, Connecticut's Shabazz Napier, Wichita State's Cleanthony Early, Arizona's Nick Johnson, Cincinnati's Sean Kilpatrick, Duke's Jabari Parker, Florida's Casey Prather, Louisville's Russ Smith and Kansas' Andrew Wiggins on the team.
Stauskas has also been named a 2014 Associated Press second-team All-American. The first-teamers are McDermott, Parker, Smith, Napier and Kilpatrick.
Stauskas' extensive list of post-season honors reads as follows:
NABC All-America, first team
Associated Press, second team
Sporting News All-America, second team
USA Today All-America, third team
John R. Wooden All-America Team
Lute Olson All-America Team
Big Ten Player of the Year
Big Ten Coaches
Big Ten Media
All-Big Ten, first team
Big Ten Coaches (only unanimous selection)
Big Ten Media (only unanimous selection)
USBWA District V Player of the Year
USBWA All-District V Team
NABC All-District, first team
NCAA Tournament All-Midwest Regional Team
Stauskas helped Michigan to a 28-9 record, an outright Big Ten championship, and the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. He led Michigan, averaging 17.5 points and 3.3 assists per game.