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Sedona Prince represents TCU on Women’s College All-Star Game Watch List

Prince was one of eight Big 12 basketball players to be named to the Women’s College All-Star Game Watch List.
TCU’s Sedona Prince shoots a jumpshot against Baylor on Jan. 3, 2024.

Sedona Prince adds another accomplishment to her elite season for TCU. Named to the 2024 Women’s College All-Star Game Watch List, the Horned Frog center was one of 50 senior or graduate players to be selected by a panel of national media members and former coaches.

Prince was one of eight players in the Big 12 to be chosen, joining elite status. The other seven players are:

  • Sarah Andrews – Baylor
  • Aijha Blackwell – Baylor
  • Lauren Gustin – BYU
  • Taiyanna Jackson – Kansas
  • Ayoka Lee – Kansas State
  • Skyler Vann – Oklahoma
  • Taylor Jones – Texas

Prince is having a remarkable season, averaging 21.3 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game. The 6-7 senior is the only player in the country with averages of 20 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Leading the Big 12 in points and blocks per game, she has proven she is a difference maker on both sides of the floor.

Prince’s senior campaign has fallen no short of adversity. She recently returned from an 11-game injury absence in TCU’s win over Houston Saturday. The injury came when Prince broke her right ring finger in the Horned Frogs’ game against Baylor on Jan. 3.


Regardless, Prince’s great season has earned her many awards and honors. She is a finalist for the Lisa Leslie Award, named to the Wooden Award Midseason Top-25 Watch List and has earned Big 12 Player of the Week twice to this point.

The Women’s College All Star Game is held every year to showcase the country’s elite players. Twenty players will be chosen to play in the game on Apr. 6 on ESPN2 at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio in hopes to better their WNBA Draft stock.

Of the media members and former coaches panel that makes the list is longtime college coach Terri Mitchell. Mitchell will serve as Game Ambassador for the event and finalize the team rosters based off actions both on and off the court. She worked 30 years as a coach and is Marquette’s program all-time leader in wins.

Considering what Sedona Prince has fought through this season, it is an extremely impressive fit to be named to this list. It is a chance to put TCU on a national scale while gaining exposure for the program and the university.

Prince will be in action next when TCU plays at West Virginia in the regular season finale Saturday, March 2 at 12 p.m. CST. She will try to lead the Horned Frogs as they gear up for a postseason run.

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