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Angel Goodrich - Kansas
Leaves Kansas as Jayhawks' all-time leader in assists; also owns Allen Fieldhouse record (men and women) for assists in a single game (16 vs. Texas Tech 2/8/12). 2102-13: One of seven finalists for the Lieberman Award given to the nation's top Div. 1 point guard (along with fellow Draft prospects Alex Bentley, Skylar Diggins, and Lindsey Moore). An All-Big 12 First Team pick after leading conference with 3.0 steals per game and ranking second in assists per contest. Ranked second among Jayhawks' scorers and tops in 3-pt. FGs made. 2011-12: One of four finalists for the Lieberman Award (along with winner Skylar Diggins, Odyssey Sims and Chelsea Gray), she also was an All-America Honorable Mention pick by AP and the WBCA, as well as an All-Big 12 Conference Second Team choice. Led the nation in assists per game, setting the conference's single-season assists record, and paced the Jayhawks in scoring. Her 27 points led KU past Elena Delle Donne and Delaware in an NCAA Tournament game. 2010-11: Overcame an early-season injury to start 27 games and rank sixth in NCAA in assists per game. 2009-10: Having returned from a torn left ACL suffered in her second practice as a true frosh the previous year, played 15 games before suffering the same injury to her right knee. PREP: Goodrich, who is of Native American heritage, was the 2007 Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year, an all-state pick, and a three-time state champ at Sequoyah High, which is run by Cherokee Nation.