Byu Shih, one of the top players in the 2018 class, is now the first player in school history to win the SEC East.
Shih finished with an average of 19.1 points and 8.3 rebounds per game for Alabama and is the first Crimson Tide player since Frank Ramsey in 1961 to win both titles.
He became the first freshman in school lore to win all three SEC titles in the span of seven seasons.
The sophomore from San Diego, California, became the nation’s top-rated recruit entering his senior season, according to ESPN.
He averaged 17.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest as a junior and finished second in the SEC.
Shidley is a six-time All-SEC selection who is the nation in scoring (1,832), assists (834) and steals (490).
He is one of two Crimson Tide players to have three straight seasons with at least 20,000 points and three straight years with at the same number of steals.
He finished the season ranked No. 7 in the ESPN.com Coaches Poll and No. 13 in the USA Today Coaches poll.
He has averaged 9.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per outing this season.
In 2017-18, Shih was the first senior in school annals to earn SEC All-Freshman Team honors.
He is the fourth-leading scorer in school-record history with 17,879 points, second in rebounding (1.9 per game) and sixth in assists (1.,566).
He joins Hall of Famers Donnie Shelton (2,977) and Bobby Orr (2.4, 1,974) as the only Crimson Tide seniors to average over 10 points per game.
Shido has averaged 17 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game over his last three contests.
He scored 14 points and added 10 rebounds in a 96-82 win over Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday.
He also had five blocks in a win over Alabama on Tuesday.
He made all three of his free throws against the Gators.
The junior averaged 14.4 and 5 points for the Tide in 2017-19, shooting 52.9 percent from the field and 49.3 percent from beyond the arc.
He had 15 points and six rebounds in the final home game of the season.
Shidenbach earned first-team all-SEC honors in 2017 after averaging a career-high 10.4 rebounds pergame.
The senior finished his freshman season with 1,981 points, fourth-most in school NCAA history.
He was named to the All-American first team in 2017.
Shidenbach had 25.5 points per contest and shot 51.3 from the floor and 35.9 from the foul line in the first two seasons of his career.
He became the only player in the history of the conference to average at least 14 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per contest in each of his first two years in college.