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Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins and DePaul guard Anna Martin have been named unanimous selections for this year's All-Big East team.
The first team also includes Irish players Natalie Novosel and Devereaux Peters; UConn's Tiffany Hayes and Bria Hartley; Georgetown's Sugar Rodgers; Louisville's Shoni Schimmel; Rutgers' Khadijah Rushdan; St. John's Shenneika Smith and West Virginia's Asya Bussie.
Peters also earned her second consecutive Big East defensive player of the year award, and UConn freshman Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis won the sixth man award. South Florida's Jasmine Wynne is the conference's most improved player.
The conference's player, freshman, scholar-athlete and coach of the year will be announced Friday as the Big East tournament begins at the XL Center.
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