Redshirt senior guard Kysre Gondrezick of the West Virginia University women’s basketball team has earned Honorable Mention status on this year’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s (WBCA) All-America team, announced Saturday.
The recognition marks Gondrezick’s second All-America honor this season.
On March 17, the Benton Harbor, Michigan, native also earned Honorable Mention status on this year’s Associated Press All-America team.
Gondrezick is the first Mountaineer to be named to the WBCA All-America squad since Tynice Martin in 2019.
In 28 contests this season, Gondrezick has led West Virginia in scoring 17 times and is averaging 19.5 points per contest, the best mark on the team.
During the 2021 postseason, the Benton Harbor, Michigan, native led the Mountaineers with 17 points per game while shooting 39.7% from the floor.
She led WVU in scoring twice this postseason with a pair of 26-point performances.
Among WVU’s all-time career leaders, Gondrezick ranks No. 2 all-time in minutes played per game (34.86) and No. 4 all-time in scoring average (17.14).
Her 19.5 points per game average in 2020-21 is the best mark by a Mountaineer since Meg Bulger averaged 19.8 points per game during the 2005-06 season.
At the end of the regular season, she became the first Mountaineer to be honored as a unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection since Tynice Martin in 2019 and the third since joining the league in 2012-13 (Bria Holmes).