Redick has started everyone of Duke's 30 games to date and has played a full 40 minutes nine times while averaging over 37 minutes per game. The 6-foot-4 Virginia native led the conference in scoring at 22.8 points per game, a full four points better than the runner up. He also shot 42% from the perimeter and continued to be automatic at the free throw line, hitting 93% of his attempts on the season.
"It wasn't a goal, but it's been a goal in the past," Redick said. "This year, I made goals that I can control. I was a little surprised that I got it. It's just a huge honor, considering the number of great players in this league, who all had great seasons."
In Redick's third season as a Blue Devil, he has led his team to a 25-5 record, and an ACC Championship. Overall his career record in Durham is 82-18 (.820).