Wisconsin Badger senior Frank Kaminsky followed up his pre-season All-America status by being named first team All-America by the Associated Press today (Monday).
Kaminsky was the only one of five All-Americans to earn unanimous selection. The Lisle, Illinois, native joins Alando Tucker (2007) as the only AP first-team All-Americans at Wisconsin.
Combined with first-team nods by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, United States Basketball Writers Association and Sporting News, the AP honor makes Kaminsky a consensus first-team All-American. Wisconsin has had 18 individuals earn a total of 21 consensus first-team All-America honors.
Along the way, Kaminsky also won 2015 Big Ten Player of the Year honors. He is averaging 22.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 51.7 percent field goal shooting and 62.5% 3-point shooting through four NCAA tournament games this year.