For the second year in a row, Auburn junior Aicha Coulibaly got a spot in the All-SEC Second Team as the SEC announced the awards this past Tuesday.
Coulibaly finished with a 41.6% field goal percentage and led the Tigers in scoring with 16.4 per game, as well as leading in rebounds with 6.3 per game.
12 was the season high for field goal made the junior and was set by against Ole Miss on January 22. Coulibaly also picked up the game highs for assists and steals with seven assists against Georgia on February 23rd, and six steals against Alabama State on November 20th.
Most recently Coulibaly helped the Tigers clinch the 10th seed in the SEC tournament in a 78-76 win over Vanderbilt as she contributed 14 points, four rebounds, and four assists.
This marks the fifth season in a row for Auburn to have at least one player to have All-SEC player, and Coulibaly becomes just the 14th player to be given the honor twice.
For a full list of SEC honors, visit https://www.secsports.com/article/35751158/2023-sec-women-basketball-awards-announced.
Coulibaly and Auburn will look to continue their season as they will play the seventh-seed Georgia Bulldogs Thursday, March 2 at 6:00 pm in Greenville South Carolina for the Second round of the SEC tournament.