Three Terps earned All-Big Ten honors for the 2023-24 women’s basketball season, the conference announced Tuesday.

Both coaches and media named junior Shyanne Sellers to the first team. She averaged 15.3 points, 5.9 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game this season.

Sellers has now been honored by the Big Ten for three straight seasons. Last year she earned first-team honors from the media and was named to the All-Big Ten Defensive team. She won the conference’s Sixth Player of the Year award as a freshman.

Graduate student Jakia Brown-Turner was named to the second team by coaches and was an honorable mention for the media. The NC State transfer thrived in the Big Ten, averaging 15.7 points and 7.3 rebounds in conference games.

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This is Brown-Turner’s second conference team selection. She was a first-team All-ACC honoree in her sophomore year with the Wolfpack.

Coaches and media rewarded Bri McDaniels’s breakout sophomore season with honorable mention selections. McDaniel went from averaging 3 points in 9.3 minutes as a freshman to 13 points in 25.9 minutes as a starter in her second year.

This is McDaniel’s first season-long honor. She was named to the Big Ten honor roll for the first time for the week of Jan. 15.

Last season, Maryland also had three honorees. First-team honoree Diamond Miller and second-team honoree Abby Meyers joined Sellers.

Freshman Riley Nelson was also selected for the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award.