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College Notebook: Duke's Jordan Wolf ACC men's lacrosse top scholar-athlete

From News ReleasesJune 24, 2014 

— Duke senior Jordan Wolf was named the ACC men’s lacrosse scholar-athlete of the year and headlines the All-ACC academic men’s lacrosse team, as announced Tuesday by Commissioner John Swofford.

A history major, Wolf was named the most outstanding player of NCAA men’s lacrosse championship after helping the Blue Devils to a second consecutive NCAA title and third in five years. Wolf also garnered ACC Offensive Player of the Year honors and led the league in scoring with 103 points on 64 goals and 39 assists. A native of Wynnewood, Pa., he was a first team All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

Wolf is the third straight Blue Devils player to be the ACC men’s lacrosse scholar-athlete of the year and fourth overall. The others were Brendan Fowler in 2013, CJ Constabile in 2012 and Max Quinzani in 2010.

Duke’s Christian Walsh joined Wolf as a four-time All-ACC academic honoree, and teammate Chris Hipps, North Carolina’s Jake Bailey and Joey Sankey, and Virginia’s Robert Emery and Owen Van Arsdale are all three-time selections.

Candidates for the awards must have maintained a 3.0 GPA for their career as well as a 3.0 for each of the past two semesters.

Women’s Golf

Duke: Celine Boutier, Laetitia Beck and Yu Liu of the national champion Blue Devils earned accolades as Golfweek Magazine released its Division I All-America selections. Boutier earned first-team honors, and Beck and Liu got second-team recognition.

Boutier registered a 71.50 stroke average, three victories, six top-five finishes and seven top-10s on the year. She was named the Women’s Golf Coaches Association National Player of the Year. During the spring season, Boutier had a 70.77 stroke average, three wins and six top-20 finishes in seven events.

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