Duke center Elizabeth Williams made the all-ACC women’s basketball first team for the fourth straight year.
Two players each from Notre Dame and North Carolina lead the 10-player all-conference first team announced Tuesday by commissioner John Swofford.
Williams is the second four-time all-ACC pick in league history, joining Alana Beard of Duke (2001-04).
Jewell Loyd and Brianna Turner represent the regular-season champion Fighting Irish. The Tar Heels placed Allisha Gray and Stephanie Mavunga on the team.
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Also on the team were Florida State’s Adut Bulgak, Georgia Tech’s Kaela Davis, Miami’s Adrienne Motley, Pitt’s Brianna Kiesel and Wake Forest’s Dearica Hamby.
UNC: Sophomore Tate Jozokos is ACC Defensive Player of the Week, after the short stick midfielder had the best game of his career in a 12-10 upset of No. 1 Denver.
Mount Olive: Claire Wigler led the way three goals as the Trojans defeatsed Shorter University 15-1 on Tuesday for a nonconference win.
N.C. State: Logan Ratledge drove in three runs including a two-run homer as the team topped East Carolina 7-0 at Doak Field.
Duke: Eight Blue Devil pitchers limited Liberty to two runs on three hits in Duke’s 3-2 victory over the Flames.
Barton: Senior Brandon Warren is the Conference Carolinas Pitcher of the Week.
Saint Augustine’s: Senior pitchers Bryan Rivera and Jeremy Sandifer combined for 22 strikeouts and one earned run as the Falcons split a doubleheader against Davis & Elkins at the USA Baseball National Training Complex. The Falcons won the first game 4-3 and lost the second game 10-6.
UNC: Ronnie Schneider is one of two ACC Tennis Players of the Week. He shared the honor with Miami’s Clementina Riobueno.
Track and field
Barton: Freshman Angel Alvarez (400 meters) and sophomore Semaj Street (60 meters) were named all-region by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.