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  • February 6, 1998


  • 5' 10"


  • 2020



  • - ESPNW Preseason Player of the Year
    - Preseason AP All-American
    - Preseason Nancy Lieberman Award watch list
    - Wooden Award Watch List
    - Naismith Trophy Watch List
    - Wade Trophy Watch List
    - Preseason all-Pac-12
    Snapped the UO single-game assists record with 17 dimes on Dec. 2, 2018 against Long Beach State...Broke the previous record of 14 - which she had matched twice previously - midway through the third quarter of a 110-48 win over the 49ers.



Sabrina Ionescu can do it all score, rebound, and create for her teammates. Ionescu has 26 triple-doubles in her time at Oregon. She became the first player to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 1,000 assists.


Published on April 05, 2020 at 9:54 PM (ET)

PRONUNCIATION - Sabrina Yo-Ness-Coo

With 1,984 points, 792 assists and 756 rebounds, Ionescu has the chance to become the first player in NCAA women's basketball history to reach 2,000+ career points, 1,000+ career assists and 1,000+ career rebounds. Only Gonzaga's Courtney Vandersloot has reached 2,000+ points and 1,000+ career assists. 

- A Letter to Ducks Nation (Players' Tribune)
- Sabrina's Obsession (, story and video)
- Sabrina Ionescu is Always On (Bleacher Report)
- The Making of Sabrina Ionescu: Oregon's Lean, Mean, Triple-Double Machine (Sports Illustrated)

AS A JUNIOR  | 2018-19
- Wade Trophy Winner (national player of the year)
- Wooden Award Winner (most outstanding player in women’s college basketball)
- Nancy Lieberman Award Winner (second straight season, nation's top point guard)
- Honda Sport Award finalist
- Pac-12 Player of the Year
- All-Pac-12
- WBCA first team All-American
- ESPNW first team All-American
- Associated Press first team All-American
- Wooden All-American
- USBWA first team All-American 
- Naismith Trophy finalist 
- Dawn Staley Award finalist
- NCAA Portland Regional MVP
- Pac-12 All-Tournament Team
- ESPNW Preseason Player of the Year
- Preseason AP All-American
- Preseason all-Pac-12
Was eligible to declare for the 2019 WNBA draft but chose to return for her senior season, announced in a Players' Tribune article (link above)...Helped the Ducks to their first ever Final Four...Started all 38 games, averaging 19.9 points, 7.4 rebounds and 8.2 assists in 35.9 minutes per game...Broke the NCAA all-time (men's and women's) triple-double record with the 13th of her career on Dec. 20, 2018 against Air Force with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists...Now has 18 career triple-doubles and an NCAA record eight this season...Snapped the UO single-game assists record with 17 dimes on Dec. 2, 2018 against Long Beach State...Broke the previous record of 14 - which she had matched twice previously - midway through the third quarter of a 110-48 win over the 49ers...Matched her own Pac-12 Tournament single-game record with 13 assists against Arizona on March 8...Owns the UO NCAA Tournament record with 31 points against Mississippi State in the Elite Eight...Led the Pac-12 and ranked third in the NCAA in assists per game (8.2)...Led the nation with 311 total assists....Second in the Pac-12 and eighth in the NCAA with 755 total points...Fourth in the Pac-12 in scoring (19.9 ppg)...Second in the Pac-12 and 14th in the NCAA in three-point percentage (42.9)...Played 1,369 minutes, the most in the NCAA.

AS A SOPHOMORE | 2017-18
- Nancy Lieberman Award Winner (National Point Guard of the Year)
- Pac-12 Player of the Year
- All-Pac-12
- Pac-12 Tournament MVP
- Wade Trophy finalist (WBCA national player of the year)
- Wooden Award finalist (National player of the year)
- Honda Sport Award finalist
- WBCA first team All-American
- Associated Press first team All-American
- Wooden Award All-American
- USBWA first team All-American
- USA Today first team All-American
- ESPNW first team All-American
- Bleacher Report's "50 Most Influential People in Sports Culture" (Link)
- NCAA all-Spokane Regional Team
Started all 38 of Oregon's games as a sophomore as the Ducks won both the Pac-12 regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the Elite Eight for the second straight year...Named the Pac-12 player of the year in both the coach and media vote...The third player in UO history to win the award (Shaquala Williams in 2000, Lauri Landerholm in 1987) and the first sophomore to win Pac-12 player of the year since Stanford's Candice Wiggins in 2005...Set UO single-season record for both total points (748) and total assists (298)...Broke the Pac-12 single-season record with 298 total assists...Led the conference with both 19.7 points per game and 7.8 assists per game...Ranked 10th in the NCAA and second in the Pac-12, shooting 43.8 percent from three-point range...Scored a career-high 36 points to beat Stanford in the Pac-12 Tournament title game on March 4, a league championship game record...Named Pac-12 Tournament MVP after averaging 21.0 points, 7.3 assists and 5.0 rebounds over three wins while shooting 51.0 percent from the floor...Set the NCAA career record with her eighth career triple-double on Dec. 31 against Washington in just her 48th career game...In the same game head coach Kelly Graves won his 500th career game, scored 24 points to go with 14 rebounds and 10 assists vs. the Huskies to break the NCAA career record of seven previously shared by Penn State's Suzie McConnell (128 games, 1985-88) and Louella Tomlinson of Saint Mary's (125 games, 2008-11)...Posted her ninth triple-double on Jan. 28 at Utah with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists...Recorded her 10th career triple-double in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Seattle U with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists, the 16th triple-double in NCAA Tournament history.

AS A FRESHMAN | 2016-17
- USBWA Freshman of the Year
- ESPNW Freshman of the Year
- Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
- All-Pac-12
- Pac-12 all-Freshman
- Pac-12 all-Tournament Team
- NCAA all-Bridgeport Regional Team
Tallied four triple-doubles, more than any other freshman in NCAA single-season history, and also broke the UO career record for triple-doubles...Her first game against San Jose State on Nov. 27 with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists...Her second triple-double came two games later at Clemson on Dec. 12 with 23 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists...Third was against Utah on Jan. 22 with 14 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high 13 assists...Fourth came in an upset win over No. 15 UCLA with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists...Also posted seven double-doubles...Ranked third in the Pac-12 and 29th in the NCAA with 183 assists on the year...Her 1.93-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio was second-best in the Pac-12...Averaged 14.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game in her first season with the Ducks...Second on the team in scoring, second in rebounding, first in assists...Hit a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer to win at No. 20 Cal on Jan. 8 near her hometown of Walnut Creek...Hit game-winning free throws to beat No. 11 Washington in the second round of the Pac-12 Tournament in front of a sold out crowd at KeyArena on March 3...Scored 20+ points six times with a season-high 26 in a win over UT San Antonio on Nov. 20...Tallied 21 points, seven assists and six rebounds in Oregon's Elite Eight win over Maryland on March 25...Averaged 16.3 points, 7.3 rebounds and 5.8 assists per game in the NCAA Tournament while shooting 45.8 percent from the floor and 45.0 percent from three...Named Pac-12 freshman of the week four times, USBWA national freshman of the week once and Pac-12 player of the week once...On Feb. 13, after posting a double-double in a win over USC and a triple-double in a win over UCLA, she swept the Pac-12 freshman and player of the week honors...Just the 17th player in Pac-12 history to be named both All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 all-Freshman...Oregon was the only team in the 2017 NCAA Tournament to start three freshmen - Mallory McGwire, Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard.

CAREER HIGHS (Through junior season)
Points: 36, vs Stanford -- 03/04/18
Rebounds: 14,  Washington -- 12/31/17
Assists: 17,  Long Beach State -- 12/02/18
Steals: 6, vs Hawaii -- 12/22/17;  Southern Utah -- 12/09/17
Blocks: 2, 5 times
FG made: 14, vs Stanford -- 03/04/18
FG attempts: 27, at  Oregon State -- 01/19/18
3FG made: 6, 4 times
3FG attempts: 18,  Washington -- 12/31/17
FT made: 17,  Mississippi State -- 12/18/18
FT attempts: 17,  Mississippi State -- 12/18/18
Won a second straight USA Basketball 3x3 national title in 2019, winning the event in Las Vegas with Ruthy Hebard, Oti Gildon and Lydia Giomi...Invited to USA Basketball senior team training camp in South Carolina on Sept. 1, 2018...Along with fellow UO teammates Erin Boley, Hebard and Gildon, represented the USA at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup in the Phillipines during the summer of 2018, finishing fifth with a 4-1 record...Earned the bid after going undefeated at the USA Basketball 3x3 national championship in the spring...Named to the USA U23 national team in the summer of 2017... Won gold at the 2017 Four Nations Tournament in Tokyo, Japan, averaging 10.3 points over three games...Also won gold medals with the U16 and U17 USA national teams...Helped the USA to a championship at the 2013 U16 FIBA Americas Championship in Cancun, Mexico and the 2014 U17 FIBA World Championships in Pilsen, Czech Republic. 

Named the national player of the year by both USA Today and Maxpreps following her senior season...Played in both the McDonald's All-America and Jordan Brand All-America games...Named the McDonald's All-America game MVP after scoring a record 25 points, including seven three-pointers, with 10 rebounds...Rated the No. 4 recruit in the nation by ESPNW…California's Gatorade state player of the year as a senior...Part of Oregon's seven-player recruiting class ranked No. 3 in the nation...Led Miramonte HS to the CIF open division title game in her senior season after averaging 25.3 points, 8.8 assists, 7.6 rebounds, 4.5 steals and 1.3 blocks per game...Posted a triple-double in the championship game loss to Chaminade with 24 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds..Averaged 18.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 4.7 steals per game in her junior season, helping Miramonte HS to a 30-2 record and an appearance in the CIF open division semifinals.


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