Alex Ross, Lehigh
Junior made more than three treys a game, third-best in the country and most of anyone in the tournament.
Kristi Toliver, Maryland
The hero of the Terps' '06 title run is still breaking hearts: On Feb. 2 her last-second three snuffed Florida State 72--71.
Jill Young, South Dakota State
Jackrabbits love to jack it up (8.2 a game), and none more so than this redshirt freshman, who made 2.4 threes a game.
The Finer Points
Brandon Brooks, Alabama State
Senior was SWAC's player of the year after scoring 13.8 points per game and leading the league in assists (6.8).
Darren Collison, UCLA
Slashing 6-foot senior led the Bruins in scoring (14.5 a game), assists (4.9), steals (1.6) and minutes per game (31.5).
Tyreke Evans, Memphis
Tigers freshman is more scorer than distributor, but team has gone undefeated since he moved to the point in December.
Levance Fields, Pitt
Cool-headed 5'10" senior's scoring was down slightly this year (to 10.7 points a game), but he led Big East in assists (7.6).
Ty Lawson, North Carolina
Tar Heels' motor kicked out 6.5 assists a game, and he was an efficient scorer, averaging 15.9 points and 46.7% from arc.
Kalin Lucas, Michigan State
One of the best shoot-first point guards in the country, Big Ten player of the year averaged 14.8 points per game.