Antawn Jamison was by himself as a North Carolina Tar Heel and as the top vote-getter on the AP All-America team.
Joining the North Carolina junior forward on the first team today were Arizona teammates Mike Bibby and Miles Simon and Kansas teammates Raef LaFrentz and Paul Pierce.Utah's Mike Doleac and Andre Miller were honorable mention selections.
While Jamison was one vote shy of being a unanimous selection by the national media panel, the pairs of teammates became the sixth and seventh sets to be voted to the first team, and the first since UNLV's Larry Johnson and Stacey Augmon in 1991.
LaFrentz, the only returning All-America from last season, became the third repeat selection in the '90s, joining Tim Duncan of Wake Forest last year and Shaquille O'Neal of LSU in 1992.
Jamison, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year and a second-team All-America last year, was named to the first team on all but one of the 70 three-team ballots and had 348 points.
Bibby, the sophomore guard who was named Pac-10 player of the year, had 68 first-team votes and 346 points in the 5-3-1 point system.
Richard Hamilton of Connecticut, the Big East player of the year, led the second team and was joined by Ansu Sesay of Mississippi, Mateen Cleaves of Michigan State, Vince Carter of North Carolina and Pat Garrity of Notre Dame.
The third team was Lee Nailon of Texas Christian, Matt Harpring of Georgia Tech, Trajan Langdon of Duke, Dickerson and Bonzi Wells of Ball State.
Chamique Holdsclaw, who helped make Tennessee a unanimous No. 1 in the poll, was a unanimous selection Monday to The Associated Press women's All-America basketball team.
Holdsclaw was on the first team on all 40 ballots from a national media panel after leading Tennessee to a 33-0 regular-season record.
She was joined by Connecticut's injured star, Nykesha Sales; Old Dominion's Ticha Penicheiro, Texas Tech's Alicia Thompson and North Carolina's Tracy Reid.
Utah's Julie Krommenhoek was an honorable mention selection.
Final AP polls
For the last six weeks of the season the same four teams held the top four spots in the AP college basketball poll and it's no coincidence they are also the top four seeds in the NCAA tournament.
North Carolina, which moved back to No. 1 Monday, Kansas, Duke and Arizona were the four top teams since late January and that was their order in the final poll of the season.
Kentucky, which won the Southeastern Conference tournament Sunday, jumped from seventh to fifth and was followed by Connecticut, Utah, Princeton, Cincinnati and Stanford.
In the women's AP poll, Utah dropped out of the Top 25.