The Cougars honored a group of seniors that won 59 games during their careers, and guided WSU to back-to-back postseason berths for the first time in school history.
The former WSU standout guard became the first Cougar in school history drafted to the WNBA.
Mariah Cooks was named a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention for the third-consecutive season.
Freshman Borislava Hristova scored a team-high 24 points, four assists, and four steals.
The honors are the third and fourth this week for the Bulgarian native.
As the No. 9 seed, the Cougars will face the Trojans Thursday at 6 p.m. inside KeyArena.
The freshman phenom and defensive specialist earned recognition for the first time in their young careers.
The Cougars and Trojans will tip off at 6 p.m., Thursday, at KeyArena in Seattle, Wash.
WSU honored Dawnyelle Awa, Mariah Cooks, Taylor Edmondson, and Alexas Williamson prior to tipoff.
From left to right: Alexas Williamson, Dawnyelle Awa, Taylor Edmondson, Mariah Cooks
Five WSU players scored in double figures as the Cougars beat Colorado, 83-70.
The Cougars will host the Buffaloes as part of their annual Play4Kay game.