College Basketball: Schools with Most Wooden Awards

The John R. Wooden Award

The John R. Wooden Award (woodenaward.com)

The John R. Wooden Award is given to the season’s best men’s and women’s college basketball players.

UCLA‘s Marques Johnson won the first Wooden award following the 1976-77 season.  Ralph Sampson is the only male player to win the award twice.

In 2004, women first became honored with this prestigious prize.  Duke‘s Alana Beard won it that year.

Here are all the winners, by school.  These lists are just loaded with talent.

MEN

Duke 5 J.J. Redick 2005-06
Jay Williams 2001-02
Shane Battier 2000-01
Elton Brand 1998-99
Christian Laettner 1991-92
North Carolina 4 Tyler Hansbrough 2007-08
Antawn Jamison 1997-98
Michael Jordan 1983-84
Phil Ford 1977-78
Brigham Young 2 Jimmer Fredette 2010-11
Danny Ainge 1980-81
St. John’s (NY) 2 Walter Berry 1985-86
Chris Mullin 1984-85
Texas 2 Kevin Durant 2006-07
T.J. Ford 2002-03
UCLA 2 Ed O’Bannon 1994-95
Marques Johnson 1976-77
Virginia 2 Ralph Sampson 1982-83
Ralph Sampson 1981-82
Arizona 1 Sean Elliott 1988-89
Cincinnati 1 Kenyon Martin 1999-00
Gonzaga 1 Adam Morrison 2005-06
Indiana 1 Calbert Cheaney 1992-93
Indiana State 1 Larry Bird 1978-79
Kansas 1 Danny Manning 1987-88
La Salle 1 Lionel Simmons 1989-90
Louisville 1 Darrell Griffith 1979-80
Massachusetts 1 Marcus Camby 1995-96
Navy 1 David Robinson 1986-87
Nevada-Las Vegas 1 Larry Johnson 1990-91
Ohio State 1 Evan Turner 2009-10
Oklahoma 1 Blake Griffin 2008-09
Purdue 1 Glenn Robinson 1993-94
Saint Joseph’s 1 Jameer Nelson 2003-04
Utah 1 Andrew Bogut 2004-05
Wake Forest 1 Tim Duncan 1996-97

WOMEN

Connecticut 3 Maya Moore 2008–09
Tina Charles 2009–10
Maya Moore 2010–11
LSU 2 Seimone Augustus 2004–05
Seimone Augustus 2005–06
Tennessee 2 Candace Parker 2006–07
Candace Parker 2007–08
Duke 1 Alana Beard 2003–04

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