Oklahoma's Aaryn Ellenberg was an honorable mention to the 2013 Associated Press Women's Basketball All-America Team released Tuesday.
Ellenberg was the Sooners' leading scorer, averaging 18.7 points, and set the program's single-season (115) and career records (284) for 3-pointers this season.
Her 115 3-pointers totaled more than 76 NCAA Division I teams.
The Las Vegas native was the Big 12 Conference leader in 3-pointers made per game (3.3) and 3-point field goal percentage (.414), ranking fourth and 12th, respectively, in the categories nationally. Ellenberg was a unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 First Team.
The junior will return next year with a chance to break the NCAA record for career 3-pointers made. Ellenberg is 108 3-pointers shy of matching former Kansas State guard Laurie Koehn's record of 392.
Ellenberg ranks seventh in career scoring at Oklahoma with 1,748 points scored.
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