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Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
BYU's Tyler Haws dribbles around Portland's Bryce Pressley during a men's basketball game at the Marriott Center in Provo on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. BYU won 86-72.

PROVO — BYU's Tyler Haws and Brandon Davies were named to the All-West Coast Conference team Tuesday. Haws led the league in scoring, averaging 20.9 points per game. For Davies, it marked his second straight All-WCC honor. Top-ranked Gonzaga hauled in the most accolades, with forward Kelly Olynyk being named player of the year, coach Mark Few earning the coach-of-the-year award, and Mike Hart capturing defensive-player-of-the-year honors. Pepperdine freshman Stacy Davis is the WCC newcomer of the year.

All the awards, and the All-WCC team, were voted on by the league's nine head coaches. The WCC tournament tips off Wednesday at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.


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Brandon Davies (BYU); Matthew Dellavedova (Saint Mary's); Cole Dickerson (San Francisco); Kevin Foster (Santa Clara); Elias Harris (Gonzaga); Tyler Haws (BYU); Anthony Ireland (Loyola Marymount); Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga); Kevin Pangos (Gonzaga); Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara.

Honorable Mention: Christopher Anderson (San Diego); Jordan Baker (Pepperdine); Gary Bell Jr. (Gonzaga); Stacy Davis (Pepperdine); Johnny Dee (San Diego); Cody Doolin (San Francisco); Stephen Holt (Saint Mary's); Lorne Jackson (Pepperdine); Ryan Nicholas (Portland).


Stacy Davis (Pepperdine); Tim Derksen (San Francisco); Avry Holmes (San Francisco); Przemek Karnowski (Gonzaga) Jito Kok (San Diego).