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LOS ANGELES – Angel Reese won the ESPY on Wednesday for the Best Breakthrough Athlete after a season in which she led LSU to its first national title and set the NCAA record for double-doubles in a season.

Reese won the award over Caitlin Clark, Brock Purdy and Julio Rodriguez.

Reese dominated the season with a NCAA record 34 double-doubles, averaging 23.0 points and 15.4 rebounds per game. The unanimous First-Team All-America also set the SEC record with 555 rebounds throughout the season. Her 830 points were the third most in LSU history

Following numerous viral moments such as the now famous “shoe-block” against Arkansas through the championship season, Reese’s Instagram following increased from just over 100,000 at the start of the season to now north of 2-million followers.

(Release via LSU Athletics)

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cattus12 months
Naw we see you Angel and you looking good
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she is something else…my goodness
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CDawson12 months
I thought the media told me that Mulkey was an awful human being that hated her players?
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sportjunkie6912 months
LSU isn’t an uptight backward Baptist school.
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dgnx612 months
Fire
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bluebuck112 months
Love it! LSU winning ESPY’s!
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Jwils12 months
She fine
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cajunmud12 months
Sexy damn legs.
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benoit47912 months
DAMN. She can get all the love from me.
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