Charlisse Leger-Walker's best plays during Washington State's Pac-12 title run
After leading No. 7 seed Washington State to its first-ever Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament Championship, junior guard Charlisse Leger-Walker was voted the tournament's Most Outstanding Player by the media. Leger-Walker averaged 19 points per game as the Cougars defeated 10-seed California, 2-seed Utah, 3-seed Colorado and 5-seed UCLA en route to the title. Her 76 points scored in the tournament are the most-ever in a Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament. The New Zealand native scored at least 15 points in all four of Washington State's wins and dropped 23 points against the Bruins in the finale to secure the trophy. Leger-Walker shot 7-for-11 from the field, sank five 3-pointers and also grabbed seven rebounds in that game.