Each Husky that earned the award saw time in at least three games in 2014
The Huskies will play Georgetown in the semifinals of the Big East Tournament on Thursday
Five seniors will be honored before Saturday's contest for UConn's Senior Day
The Huskies outshot the Bearcats 32-15 in their final road game of the season
UConn picked-up its 4th-straight win to improve to 5-4 this season
AS A SENIOR (2014): Started all 16 games for Connecticut, leading a defense for a Husky team that was third in the Big East in goals against average (9.82)... Her 10 caused turnovers were the fourth-best total among UConn players, and she finished the season with a career-high 15 ground balls... Recorded a draw control against Marquette (April 13).
AS A JUNIOR (2013): Started in all 18 games for the Huskies... Had eight groundballs and three draw controls on the season... Caused six turnovers.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in 14 games, starting six... Recorded 11 groundballs to go with two draw controls and three caused turnovers.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not appear.
BEFORE UCONN: Three-year letterwinner at Glastonbury High...led her team to a conference championship as a junior and senior...Competed in the state semi-finals in 2009...Earned All-Conference and Academic All-America honors as a senior...Also named Academic All-State and first team All-State her final season...Received the Hartwell Award, which is given to one player on each sports team for their dedication and hard work...Team captain during her junior and senior years.
PERSONAL: Siobhan L. Wilcox...daughter of Chris and Katy Wilcox...has one sister, Dana, and two brothers, Ben and Billy...declared a major in nursing...born March 26, 1991.