Stanford senior Chiney Ogwumike was a unanimous selection on The Associated Press preseason women's All-America team, it was announced Tuesday.
The two-time All-American is expected to lead the third-ranked Cardinal, which opens the season Saturday at Boston College before a showdown against top-ranked Connecticut on Monday.
Ogwumike averaged 22.4 points and 12.9 rebounds per game last season while shooting 58.6 percent from the field. She was joined by Maryland's Alyssa Thomas, Baylor's Odyssey Sims, and UConn's Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis on the AP team.
Ogwumike received all 36 votes from a national media panel.
"It means a lot to be on this team," Ogwumike said. "I'm truly honored to be considered one of the best players in the country. It's so hard to fulfill expectations."
In being a unanimous selection, she achieved something older sister Nneka, who also was an All-American at Stanford, did not accomplish.
"As old ladies maybe I'll hold it over her," said a laughing Ogwumike. "But for now I'm proud to be part of this select group."
The length of the suspensions has not been determined. Artis and Carter did not accompany the team on its trip to South Korea for the Ducks' opener against Georgetown on Friday.
Oregon did not provide details about what the players sold. Both must donate the value of the apparel to charity. Both players are sophomores.
Morgan didn't play in a recent two-game series against New Zealand because of a sprained ankle.
Former Stanford standout Christen Press and three other national team members have returned to Swedish club Tyresol for UEFA Champions League matches.
Staff writer Elliott Almond and The Associated Press contributed to this report.