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Maryland basketball’s Melo Trimble, Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough are on the Wooden Award’s Late Season Top 20 list

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Maryland’s Melo Trimble, Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough have been named to the Wooden Award Late Season top 20, out on Wednesday night.

Trimble’s the only player to land on the list three seasons in a row. He joins Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan and Wisconsin’s Ethan Happ as the three Big Ten players on the list.

Trimble leads Maryland with 17 points per game, a career-high. In his return for his junior season, he’s been the team’s clear No. 1 offensive option. He leads the team in percentage of possessions used and percentage of shots taken.

In Jones and Walker-Kimbrough, Maryland is one of five teams to have multiple players on the women’s late-season top 20 list.

This release has the full qualifications for the award:

Prior to being listed on the Final Ballot, each player must be certified by their university to meet the qualifications of the Award, including: candidates must be full-time students in an accredited NCAA college or university; candidates must be a full-time student making progress toward graduation and have a cumulative 2.00 grade point average since enrolling in their school; candidates must exhibit strength of character, both on and off the court; candidates should contribute to team effort; candidates must excel in both offense and defense; and candidates should be considered on their performance over the course of the entire season.

The Wooden Award will be presented on Friday, April 7 on ESPN2.

In other news

Maryland women’s basketball takes on Illinois at home Thursday.

Jones and Walker-Kimbrough did an ESPN Radio interview with LaChina Robinson.

Our Signing Day recaps reached the offensive line.

Diamond Stone will be on Bill Nye’s new Netflix show. This doesn’t make sense, but it’s exciting.