GREENSBORO — Florida State’s James Ramsey has been named Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the Seminoles lead all schools with nine players selected to the All-ACC Academic baseball team Commissioner John Swofford announced Tuesday.
Six players from Duke, four from North Carolina and three from N.C. State are included on the team.
Representing Duke on this year’s squad are junior Jeff Kremer, freshman Grant McCabe, junior Mike Rosenfeld, junior Marcus Stroman, freshman Trent Swart and four-time honoree Will Piwnica-Worms.
North Carolina sophomores Brian Holberton and Shane Taylor were named to the squad for the second straight year, along with junior Chris Munnelly and freshman Benton Moss.
N.C. State placed freshman Brett Austin, junior Ethan Ogburn and graduate student Vance Williams.
To be eligible, a player must have earned a 3.0 GPA for the previous semester and have maintained a 3.0 cumulative average during his academic career.
North Carolina’s Kelli Wheeler has been recognized as the ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, announced Tuesday by the conference office.
Joining Wheeler on the team are North Carolina sophomores Ashley Bone and Jordan Scarboro.
Senior Morgan Peeler, freshman Emily Weiman and sophomore Kirsty Grant are the Wolfpack’s representatives on the 33-player squad.
Regional rivalries, a pair of in-season tournaments and an 11-match Big South Conference slate highlight Campbell’s schedule, announced Tuesday
The Camels open the season against East Carolina on Aug. 17, marking the 14th meeting between the in-state rivals, but the first since 2007.
The Camels face host UNC Wilmington for the first time since 2005 in the Hilton Garden Inn Invitational at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 7. Campbell takes on Elon, on the second day of the tournament.