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March 16, 1994

Purdue's Glenn Robinson, the nation's leading scorer, was a unanimous selection Tuesday to The Associated Press All-America basketball team, and California's Jason Kidd was named on all but one ballot.

They were joined on the first team by Donyell Marshall of Connecticut and Grant Hill of Duke, both three votes shy of unanimous, and Clifford Rozier of Louisville.

Robinson, a 6-foot-8 junior forward, averaged 30.3 points and 10.1 rebounds and shot 49%, including 36% from three-point range.

Kidd, a sophomore who led the nation in assists at 9.1 per game and averaged 16.8 points, was Cal's first first-team All-American since Darrell Imhoff in 1960; and Marshall, a 6-9 junior forward who averaged 25.8 points a game, was UConn's first first-team selection ever.

Hill is the only senior on the team.

Rozier, who transferred to Louisville after playing as a freshman at North Carolina in 1991, is the first Cardinal first-team selection since Darrell Griffith in 1980.

The second team includes Jalen Rose of Michigan, Corliss Williamson of Arkansas, Khalid Reeves of Arizona, Eric Montross of North Carolina and Melvin Booker of Missouri.

The third team had Bryant Reeves of Oklahoma State, Lemond Murray of Cal, B.J. Tyler of Texas, Juwan Howard of Michigan and Damon Bailey of Indiana.


Charlie Spoonhour, St. Louis coach, was selected as college coach of the year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Assn.

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