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Men's Basketball

Pac-12 Accolades

SAN FRANCISCO – Selected by the conference's group of coaches as a trio of the top players in the league, three Stanford men's basketball players garnered all-conference recognition on Monday. Junior forward Oscar da Silva was picked to the All-Pac-12 first team, while freshman guard Tyrell Terry was an honorable mention selection. Terry was also chosen to the All-Pac-12 Freshman Team, while sophomore Bryce Wills earned All-Pac-12 Defensive Team honors.
da Silva leads the Cardinal with 16.1 points per game this season, which ranks 10th in the conference. His 58.4 percent mark from the field is the third-best in the league, and he leads the team with 6.3 rebounds per night. He has reached double figures 24 times this season, including four-double doubles and seven 20-point outings, with his career-best 27 points coming at the hands of then-No. 11/12 ranked Oregon in a 10-point victory. The All-Pac-12 recognition is the first of his career, and gives Stanford a first team selection for the eighth-consecutive year.

One of the most dynamic guards in the league, Tyrell Terry was one of five first-year players to earn All-Pac-12 and All-Freshman recognition. Terry averages 14.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game, while posting the top free throw percentage (.903) and second-best 3-point percentage (.424) in conference play. He is just the third Stanford player to earn a nod to the freshman team in the Pac-12 era, joining Chasson Randle (2012) and Daejon Davis (2018), and is the first to earn both freshman and all-conference honors in the same year since Brook Lopez (2007).
Wills has established himself as one of the most versatile defenders in the conference, able to match-up across any position. Wills tallied 15 steals and 13 blocks in conference play, while helping Stanford hold conference opponents to just 40.4 percent from the floor and 29.4 percent from 3-point range. KenPom ranks the Stanford defense as the seventh-best nationally. The Pac-12 recognition is the first of Wills' career, and he is Stanford's first all-defensive honoree since Marcus Allen in 2017.
Stanford finished the regular season at 20-11, with a 9-9 mark in Pac-12 play. The 20-win campaign is Stanford's first since 2014-15, and the first 20-win regular season since 2007-08.