Coming off one of the best single seasons in Duke womens golf history, junior Lindy Duncan is the Golfweek National Player of the Year.
Duncan won four tournaments, had 10 top-10 finishes, posted 10 rounds in the 60s, 21 rounds of even or under par and a 71.07 stroke average.
Her stroke average is the second-best in school history and missed matching the Duke single-season school-record by .07.
Amanda Blumenherst holds the mark of 71.00 set in 2007-08 and 2006-07.
A three-time ACC Player of the Year, Duncan was also named Golfweek first-team All-America for the third straight year. She finished No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
Swimming & Diving
N.C. State: Josh Karshen is the new diving coach. Karshen spent the past three years coaching at Purdue.
A former member of the Boilermakers swimming and diving team, he was a two-time All-Big Ten selection and the former Purdue record holder on the platform. Karshen qualified for the 2004 Olympic trials and the U.S. national championships.
Duke: Seniors Will Piwnica-Worms and David Putman signed Major League Baseball contracts, becoming the Blue Devils 13th and 14th active players in professional baseball.
Outfielder Piwnica-Worms signed with the Washington Nationals and reliever Putnam with the Chicago White Sox.
N.C. State: Coach Pat Popolizio announced the addition of nine wrestlers to the program, including three from North Carolina: Patrick Davis, Ryan Fox, Cohl Fulk (Mount Pleasant), Nick Gwiazdowski, Tyler Hunt, Tyler Jones (Asheville Roberson), Phillip Koob (Asheville Roberson), Josh Lackey and Sam Speno.
Elon: Senior Adam Shreiner is one of four Southern Conference kickers to appear on the watch list for the College Football Performance Awards Placekicker Award.
Shreiner enters his senior season with 216 career points, eighth on Elons all-time chart. His 34 career field goals made are the fourth-best total in program history.
Saint Augustines: Three assistant coaches were added: Raheem Waller for mens basketball, Crishna Hill for womens basketball and Bruce Cozart for softball.