Josh Heytvelt (shown) and Matt Bouldin were named to the all-WCC first team.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Despite going undefeated in the league and being ranked No. 14 in the nation, Gonzaga for the first time in a decade was shut out of major individual honors in the West Coast Conference on Monday.
John Bryant of Santa Clara was named player of the year, the first time no Gonzaga player has won or shared that award since 2001.
Eric Reveno of Portland was named coach of the year, an honor Gonzaga's Mark Few has won every year since 2001, except for 2007.
Diamon Simpson of Saint Mary's was defensive player of the year and T.J. Campbell of Portland and Kevin Foster of Santa Clara were newcomers of the year.
Gonzaga's Matt Bouldin (13.7 points per game) and Josh Heytvelt (15.3 points, 6.9 rebounds) were selected to the all-WCC first team.
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