Duke's Zion Williamson and Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu lead Wooden Late-Season lists

The late-season top 20 for both the men's and women's Wooden Award was announced on Monday night, with Duke's Zion Williamson and Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu leading the way.

Duke, Tennessee, Virginia and Nevada topped the list with two players apiece. R.J. Barrett joins Zion Williamson from Duke; Tennessee had forwards Admiral Schofield and Grant Williams make the list; Virginia is represented by Kyle Guy and De'Andre Hunter; and Nevada's Caleb Martin and Jordan Caroline were selected.

The ACC was the top conference on the men's side, with five players earning a nod. The Big Ten followed up with four players from four different teams.

On the women's side, UConn had the most representatives selected to the late-season top 20, with Napheesa Collier, Crystal Dangerfield and Katie Samuelson all making the list. Baylor, Oregon and Notre Dame had two players apiece.

Last year's winners were Villanova's Jalen Brunson and South Carolina's A'ja Wilson.