It is the third honor for Andrews following a record-breaking season.
The postseason accolades continue to pour in for Andrew Andrews.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) named Andrews first team All-District 20.
It is the third honor for Andrews this season as he was named 2016 first team All-Pac-12 and USBWA All-District IX.
Andrews led the Pac-12 in scoring with 20.9 points per game, which ranks as the fifth highest scoring average in Washington history. He tallied 712 points in 34 games, which is the third most in a single season at UW. His 47 points against Washington State on March 2 were the second-best single-game showing in program history.
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Andrews also averaged a career-best 5.7 rebounds and dished out 166 assists – the fifth most in a season at UW.
The other NABC All-District 20 first-team members include: Ryan Anderson (Arizona), Dillon Brooks (Oregon), Gary Payton II (Oregon State) and Jakob Poeltl (Utah).
The All-District 20 second team is Bryce Alford (UCLA), Roscoe Allen (Stanford), Jaylen Brown (California), Julian Jacobs (USC), and Josh Scott (Colorado).