College Notebook

UNC's Dunn gets ACC’s top award

News ServicesJuly 30, 2013 

— North Carolina women’s soccer star Crystal Dunn earned the top honor bestowed upon ACC athletes for 2012-13, as voted on by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). Dunn is the recipient of the Mary Garber Award.

Dunn was the consensus collegiate women’s soccer player of the year, claiming both the Hermann Trophy and the Honda Award, in addition to national player of the year honors from Soccer America and Soccer News Net.

Women’s field hockey

Three members of the Duke field hockey team Tuesday, July 30.

Duke redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Blazing and sophomore midfielder Aileen Johnson, on the U.S. squad, and junior forward Jessica Buttinger completed pool play at the 2013 ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup, in Monchengladbach, Germany.


Duke senior Laura Weinberg helped the U.S. close the 2013 Maccabiah Games by downing host Israel, 6-1, for gold in the open division in Israel.

•  Duke senior defender Sebastien Ibeagha was named to the College Soccer News preseason All-America first team and to the preseason’s Best XI first team.

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