The Pac-10 announced their basketball honors lists Monday. UW forward Jon Brockman was selected to the second team.
"There's a lot of great, great players on that list," Brockman said. "… It would be cool to be first team -- I'm not saying I didn't want that. But it's an honor to be even mentioned on the list."
The only other Husky honored was guard Venoy Overton, an all-freshman honorable mention.
"Honorable mention is just people heard about you, and that's not too much," said Overton, who played last season at Seattle's Franklin High School. "I knew I would have had to average 20 if I was going to make first team. The players that came in, I knew, they basically had their spots on lock."
A few highlights: UCLA's Kevin Love named Pac-10 Player of the Year and Pac-10 Freshman of the Year.
UCLA's Russell Westbrook named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year.
Stanford's Trent Johnson named Pac-10 Coach of the Year.
The honors were determined by a vote of the league coaches, who were not permitted for vote for themselves or their own players.