Senior Breanna Stewart, who has won three consecutive national championships with UConn, headlines the Wooden Award midseason list, which was released Friday.
Stewart, who won the award last year and is averaging 19.3 points and 8.1 rebounds this season, is one of three Huskies to make the 20-player list; she is joined by senior Moriah Jefferson (13.4 points per game) and junior Morgan Tuck (15.6 points).
Washington junior Kelsey Plum, who leads the nation in scoring at 27.3 points per game, also made the list.
Three other schools -- South Carolina, Ohio State and Maryland -- had multiple players on the list. Senior Tiffany Mitchell and sophomore A'ja Wilson made the cut for the Gamecocks, while senior Ameryst Alston and sophomore Kelsey Mitchell represent the Buckeyes, and the Terps have juniors Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.
No freshmen made the list, which includes seven seniors, seven juniors and six sophomores. The Big Ten leads all conferences with seven representatives.
The Wooden Award has been given to the nation's best women's college basketball player since 2004.
The national award winner and a five-player All-America team will be named after the 2016 Final Four in Indianapolis in April.