FAYETTEVILLE — Chelsea Dungee was named to the Wooden Award Late Season Top 20, announced Monday.
The list is comprised of student-athletes who are still in the running for college basketball’s most prestigious honor.
Dungee continues to produce for the Razorbacks this season, as her 17.9 points per game is good for third in the SEC so far this season.
The redshirt junior guard recently scored her 1,000th point in the Red & White, needing just 49 career games to get there. Dungee averaged 20.4 points per game over those 49 contests, which would be the highest scoring average in program history.
The Sapulpa, Okla., native became the only Razorback ever to score more than 38 points on two different occasions with her 38-point showing against Missouri at home earlier this season.
Dungee has scored 20+ in nine of Arkansas’ 22 games so far this season, and now has eight 30-point performances.
She continues to use her ability to get to the line to generate points, as Dungee is currently 10th in the NCAA in free throws made (110) and 14th in attempts (140).
Information from Razorback Sports Communications is included in this story.