Duke junior setter Kellie Catanach has been selected as the ACC volleyball player of the year and headlines the 2010 All-ACC team, announced Wednesday by league commissioner John Swofford.
Other individual honors went to North Carolina junior libero Kaylie Gibson (defensive player of the year), and Virginia right side McKenzie Adams (freshman of the year) has been named the 2010 Freshman of the Year and highlights the 2010 ACC-All Freshmen team.
Duke's Jolene Nagel was selected as the coach of the year.
The honors are determined by a vote of the league's 12 head coaches.
Catanach led the ACC in assists, helping lead the Blue Devils (24-6, 16-4 ACC) to their third regular-season ACC championship in the past five years.
Duke led the All-ACC team with five players selected to the 18-member squad.
Georgia Tech and North Carolina followed with three picks apiece, while Florida State and Virginia Tech each had two. Clemson, Miami, and Wake Forest each had one honoree.
Duke was represented by Catanach, senior middle blocker Becci Burling, sophomore middle blocker Christiana Gray and freshman libero Ali McCurdy.
Selected for the team from North Carolina were Gibson, senior opposite hitter Courtney Johnson and sophomore outside hitter Emily McGee.
Wake Forest sophomore middle hitter Andrea Beck also made the squad.