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2012 ACC Spring Championships

Welcome to the 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Spring Championships. As you enjoy the competition, you will be witnessing national-caliber student-athletes performing at the highest level. Last season, ACC spring sports capped off an excellent year as 146 student-athletes earned All-American honors. Virginia Men’s Lacrosse captured the NCAA Title while student-athletes earned 10 individual NCAA Titles. Among the 11 league spring sports, 48 teams finished in the final Top 25 of their respective sports’ national rankings. Two student-athletes earned National Player of the Year honors, three earned National Freshman of the Year honors and one coach earned National Coach of the Year. The ACC has long stood for excellence both on the playing field and in the classroom.  That commitment was demonstrated last year when 1,266 of our spring competitors were named to the Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll, having earned a 3.0 GPA or better for the school year. Through the years, the ACC has experienced a great deal of success in its spring sports and this season will be no exception.  Our congratulations and best wishes go out to all of the student-athletes and coaches as they prepare to showcase their talents this weekend. We sincerely hope that all the league fans will continue to uphold the ACC’s promise - A Tradition of Excellence … Then, Now and Always. Sincerely,

Atlantic Coast Conference Staff .................................................................3 The ACC: A Tradition of Excellence .............................................................4 Community Connections ...............................................................................10 Women’s Golf.................................................................................................13 Men’s Golf ......................................................................................................19 Men’s Tennis .................................................................................................26 Women’s Tennis ............................................................................................34 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field .......................................................................42 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field ..................................................................48 Men’s Lacrosse .............................................................................................54 Women’s Lacrosse ........................................................................................59 Rowing ............................................................................................................63 Softball ...........................................................................................................68

Sp r in g C ha m p ion s hip Dat es & Sit e s ACC Women’s Golf April 13-15, 2012 Greensboro, NC Women’s Outdoor Track & Field April 19-21, 2012 Charlottesville, VA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field April 19-21, 2012 Charlottesville, VA Men’s Tennis April 19-22, 2012 Cary, NC Women’s Tennis April 19-22, 2012 Cary, NC Women’s Lacrosse April 20, 21 & 23, 2012 Durham, NC Men’s Lacrosse April 20 & 22, 2012 Charlottesville, VA Men’s Golf April 20-22, 2012 New London, NC Rowing April 21, 2012 Lake Hartwell, SC Softball May 10-12, 2012 Chapel Hill, NC Baseball May 23-27, 2012 Greensboro, NC

NCAA Women’s Golf May 22-25, 2012 Franklin, TN Women’s Outdoor Track & Field June 6-9, 2012 Des Moines, IA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field June 6-9, 2012 Des Moines, IA Men’s Tennis May 18-28, 2012 Athens, GA Women’s Tennis May 17-28, 2012 Athens, GA Women’s Lacrosse May 25 & 27, 2012 Stony Brook, NY Men’s Lacrosse May 26 & 28, 2012 Boston, MA Men’s Golf May 29-June 3, 2012 Pacific Palisades, CA Rowing May 25-27, 2012 Lake Mercer, NJ Softball May 31- June 6, 2012 Oklahoma City, OK Baseball June 15-26, 2012 Omaha, NE

Credits: The 2012 ACC Spring Championship Program is a product of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Cover Design: Martha Walker. Design: Mike Arnebeck, Clay Culberson, Kristen Clark. A special thanks to the sports information and media relations staffs throughout the Conference for their assistance with materials.

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Dear ACC Fans, Friends and Alumni:

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John D. Swofford, Commissioner

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ow in his 15th year as Commissioner, and just the fourth in Atlantic Coast Conference history, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the ACC and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future.

VISION • On September 18, 2011, on behalf of the league’s member institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford introduced the University of Pittsburgh and Syracuse University as the newest members of the ACC. The additions further strengthen the league’s rich tradition of balancing academics and athletics while also enhancing the ACC’s reach into the states of New York and Pennsylvania. • In July of 2010, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped the conference secure a new 12-year multimedia rights agreement with ESPN. The extensive television package begins with the 2011-12 academic year and will more than double television revenue to the 12 member institutions. In addition to reaching new heights financially, ACC content will now be televised more, both regionally and nationally, than at any point in league history, while also best positioning the conference within the continuous, ever-changing world of technology.

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• In 2003, on behalf of the league’s member institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford led the conference through expansion. In becoming a 12-member league, Swofford helped bring the ACC extended and enhanced exposure across television and national radio packages and strongly positioned it for the future.

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• The ACC showcased its inaugural Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game in 2005 to a sellout crowd. Now in its eighth year, the game will be played in Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium for the third consecutive season. Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities and for the second year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the Discover Orange Bowl, home of the ACC Champion since 2006. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only person to serve two terms as its coordinator. • Under Swofford’s tenure, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament has traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington DC and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). • In the sport of basketball, Swofford was instrumental in creating the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. • In his first year as Commissioner, Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level.

STUDENT-ATHLETE WELFARE & COMMUNITY OUTREACH • A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences competing at the highest level of college athletics. • Swofford was instrumental in the enhancement of the league’s ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Awards program by ensuring that additional scholarship dollars are distributed to more student-athletes than at any point in the league’s history. • The long-time partnership between the ACC and United Way has flourished under Swofford’s leadership. His commitment to public service and volunteerism across the member institutions has been highlighted through the league’s Public Service Announcements. Across the collegiate landscape, the relationship with United Way is unique to the ACC and its member institutions. • Under Swofford’s direction this past year, the ACC launched its “Community Connections” outreach program which sponsored educational and mentoring activities along with donating books to the communities in which the league holds its conference championships. The initiative was created to teach life lessons to elementary and middle school students by the ACC’s student-athletes visiting local schools to discuss topics such as the importance of healthy living and sportsmanship.

ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE • During Swofford’s first 15 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 54 national team titles and 1,580 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of more than 110 NCAA teams per year. • In the 2010-11 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, the ACC was the only conference with four schools in the Top 10; one of two leagues with five members in the Top 20 and one of only three conferences with all of its members in the Top 75. This past year marks the 10th consecutive year that the ACC has placed four or more teams in the Top 30. • In football, at least seven ACC teams have earned bowl bids in each of the last five seasons. In 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. • During his tenure, the ACC has won five NCAA Men’s Basketball titles, more than any other conference. In addition, the league was represented by three of its women’s basketball programs in the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four. In that same year, it was an all-ACC final as the conference claimed its second NCAA Women’s Basketball National title. A native of North Wilkesboro, NC, Swofford was a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina and played on UNC’s 1971 ACC Football Championship team. He received his Masters of Education in Athletic Administration from Ohio University and then began his career at the University of Virginia in 1973. He returned to his alma mater in 1976 and became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980. At the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time and served as its Director of Athletics from 1980-1997. UNC’s athletic program led the league in both ACC and NCAA Championships during Swofford’s tenure as Athletic Director. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, NC, and together they have three children: Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden. Autumn and Sherman welcomed Maya, their first child, to the family in April of 2010.

Pe r s o n a l I n f o r m a t i o n Full Name: John Douglas Swofford Hometown: North Wilkesboro, NC Wife: Nora Swofford Children: Amie, Chad, Autumn [husband Sherman Wooden] Grandchildren: Maya

Education High School: Wilkes Central High School, 1967, North Wilkesboro, NC College: University of North Carolina, 1971 Morehead Scholarship Recipient • BA in Industrial Relations Graduate: Ohio University, 1973 • MEd. in Athletics Administration

Pl ay in g E x pe rie n ce 1965-67 • Two-time All-State QB and three-sport MVP at Wilkes Central High School 1969-71 • North Carolina varsity football team quarterback and defensive back • Peach Bowl, 1970 • Gator Bowl, 1971 • ACC Champions, 1971 • ACC Academic Honor Roll, 1970-71

Ath let ic Adm in istrat io n E x pe rie n ce 1973-76 • Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of Athletic Facilities and Finance • University of Virginia 1976-79 • Assistant Athletics Director and Business Manager University of North Carolina 1979-80 • Assistant Executive Vice-President of the Educational Foundation • University of North Carolina 1980-97 • Director of Athletics, University of North Carolina, 1997 • Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference

Me m be rs h ip o n Boa rds a n d C o m m ittees • Sports Business Journal’s Sports Business Awards Committee, 2011-present • NCAA Men’s College Basketball Officiating, LLC Board, 2010-present • National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Honorary Board, 2009-present • College Football Officiating, LLC Board of Managers, 2008-present • North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Advisory Board, 2008-present • Wyndham Championship Board of Directors, 2002-present • National Letter of Intent Appeals Committee, 2002-present • BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-09 • IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 • NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 • NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 • NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 • NCAA Special Committee to Study a Division I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 • President of NACDA, 1993-94 • NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 • NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 • NCAA Football Television Committee (Chair), 1984

H o n o rs a n d Aw a rds • Corbett Award, 2011 [presented annually by NACDA as the highest honor one can achieve in collegiate athletics administration] • Achievement in Business Award, 2011 (presented annually by Ohio University’s College of Business) • Father of the Year, 2011 (recognized by the Greater Greensboro Area Father’s Day Council) • North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 • Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Division 1A Athletic Directors’ Association) • Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) • Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 • Fifth most influential person in U.S. sports by the Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002 • North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 • Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984


Atlantic Coast Conference Staff

John D. Swofford Commissioner

Brad Hostetter

Associate Commissioner for Compliance & Governance/Human Resources

John Clougherty Coordinator, Men’s Basketball Officials

Lynne Herndon

Director, Business Operations

Steve “Slim” Vollinger

Associate Director, Advanced Media

Susan Anthony

Administrative Assistant, Administration/Business

Brian A. Morrison

Associate Commissioner, Men’s Basketball Communications

Charlene Curtis

Nora Lynn Finch

Associate Commissioner, Women’s Basketball Operations & SWA

Amy Yakola

Mike Finn

Karl Hicks

Associate Commissioner, Football Communications

Associate Commissioner, Men’s Basketball Operations

Lindsey Babcock

W. Scott McBurney

Associate Commissioner, Public Relations & Marketing

Assistant Commissioner, Compliance and Governance

Assistant Commissioner, Advanced Media

Kris W. Pierce

Assistant Commissioner, Championships

Coordinator, Women’s Basketball Officials

Coordinator, Football Officials

Doug Rhoads

Shamaree Brown Director, Student-Athlete Programs & Compliance

Director, Championships

Kathy C. Hunt

Christina L. Tracey

Allison Doughty

Steve Phillips Associate Director, Communications

Associate Director, Technology and Operations

Charlotte Zoller

Heather C. Hirschman

Cecelia DiAmico

Director, Men’s Basketball Operations

Georgia Davis

Assistant Director, Women’s Basketball & SWA

Jennie Barrett

Administrative Assistant, Championships

Beth Mechum Intern, Website

Director, Information Systems

Donald Moore

Assistant Director, Championships

Barb Dery

Administrative Assistant, Communications/ Public Relations & Marketing

Gretchen Miller Intern, Championships

Associate Director, Football Operations

Assistant Director, Public Relations & Marketing

Tracey Haith

Administrative Assistant, Student-Athlete Welfare/Compliance & Governance/HR

Shane Vaassen

Intern, Public Relations & Marketing

Lee Butler

Michael Kelly

Associate Commissioner, Broadcasting, Communications & Football Operations

Website Coordinator

Karrie B. Tilley

Administrative Assistant, Men’s Basketball Operations/Officiating

Brad Hecker

Director, Women’s Basketball Operations

Ben Tario

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner

Emily Watkins

Administrative Assistant, Office Coordinator/Desktop Publishing

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George Lane

Intern, Communications

Jeff Elliott

Associate Commissioner, Finance & Administration

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THE ACC :: A Tradition of excellence... TConsistency. he Trad i t i on 2010-11 ACC National Champions It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now, in its 59th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 124 national championships, including 66 in women’s competition and 58 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 140 times in men’s competition and 99 times in women’s action.

Field Hockey............................. Maryland

National Virginia Men’s Lacrosse - 2010

TTheheconference C ha conducts m p i ochampionship n s h i p scompetition in 25 sports

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- 12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track and field, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing.

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YThee2010-11 a r inacademic R e vyeari esaww league teams capturing two more national team titles and 19 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 52 national team titles over the last 14 years and has won two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. The ACC was the only conference in America to place four of its teams in the final Top 10 rankings of the 2009-10 Learfield Director’s Cup Standings — symbolic of the nation’s top overall programs — as Duke (5th), North Carolina (6th), Virginia (7th) and Florida State (9th) all were ranked nationally in the Top 10. This past year also marked the 10th consecutive year that the ACC has placed four or more teams in the Top 30 as Maryland finished 17th in this year’s final rankings. In all, the ACC is one of only three conferences to have all of its member schools in the Top 75. A total of 132 ACC teams placed in NCAA post-season competition in 2010-11. League teams compiled a 125-79-5 (.610) mark against opponents in NCAA championship competition.

Men’s Lacrosse......................... Virginia

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201 0-1 1 ACC Ch a mp io n s MEN’S SPORTS Cross Country................Florida State

Basketball.....................Duke

Soccer...........................Maryland

Outdoor Track & Field....Florida State

Football.........................Virginia Tech

Tennis...........................Virginia

Swimming & Diving.......Virginia

Golf ..............................Georgia Tech

Indoor Track & Field......Virginia Tech

Lacrosse........................Maryland

Wrestling......................Maryland

Baseball........................Virginia

WOMEN’S SPORTS Cross Country................Florida State

Outdoor Track & Field....Clemson

Soccer...........................Wake Forest

Tennis...........................North Carolina

Field Hockey..................Maryland

Golf...............................North Carolina

Volleyball......................Duke

Rowing..........................Virginia

Swimming & Diving.......Virginia

Lacrosse........................Maryland

Indoor Track & Field......Clemson

Softball.........................Florida State

Basketball.....................Duke


then, now and always A Hi s to ry The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members — Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest — drawing up the conference by-laws.

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline.

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses.

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GEORGIA TECH — Char-

NC STATE — Charter member of

ter member of the Southern

the Southern Conference in 1921;

Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894;

charter member of the ACC in 1953.

BOSTON COLLEGE — Charter

charter member of Southern Conference in

member of the Big East Confer-

1921; charter member of the SEC in 1932;

VIRGINIA — Charter member

joined the ACC in April, 1978.

of the Southern Intercollegiate

ence in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005.

Athletic Association in 1894; charter member CLEMSON — Charter member of

MARYLAND — Charter mem-

of the Southern Conference in 1921; resigned

the Southern Intercollegiate Ath-

ber of the Southern Conference

from Southern Conference in December

letic Association in 1894; a charter member

in 1921; charter member of the

1936; joined the ACC in December, 1953.

of the Southern Conference in 1921; a char-

ACC in 1953.

ter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference

VIRGINIA TECH — Charter

(ACC) in 1953. DUKE — Joined the Southern

MIAMI — Charter member of

member of the Southern Con-

the Big East Football Confer-

ference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern

ence in 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004.

Conference in December, 1928;

Conference in June, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference

charter member of the ACC in 1953.

NORTH CAROLINA — Charter

in Feb. 5, 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004.

member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in

WAKE FOREST — Joined

member of the Dixie Conference

1894; charter member of the Southern Con-

the Southern Conference in

in 1948; joined the Metro Conference in July,

ference in 1921; charter member of the ACC

February, 1936; charter member of the ACC

1976; joined the ACC July, 1991.

in 1953.

in 1953.

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he Atlantic Coast Conference announced this fall that the league will expand its Sportsmanship Awareness Weeks to one week during the fall, winter and spring seasons. The ACC Sportsmanship Awareness Weeks are a campaign to emphasize and promote sportsmanship as it relates to our teams, conference and fans. During the weeks of October 17-23 (Fall), January 2329 (Winter) and April 9-14 (Spring), every league team will showcase its continued dedication to sportsmanship by participating in a pregame handshake prior to each contest. In addition to the teams’ efforts, the conference and member schools will highlight the program to its fans

through releases, across social media platforms, videos elements and official websites. “Sportsmanship continues to be a priority within the ACC and the growth of this initiative will be a great way to further highlight and emphasize its importance,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. More than 80 events will be part of the 2012 ACC Spring Sportsmanship Awareness Week including 30 baseball games, 20 softball games, 14 men’s and 13 women’s tennis matches, one men’s and three women’s lacrosse games, two rowing invitationals, two outdoor track & field meets and one men’s golf tournament.


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ith one eye focused on the long-term viability of the conference and another on the nation’s ever-changing intercollegiate athletic landscape, the ACC made a bold move this fall by expanding to 14 schools by adding Pittsburgh and Syracuse. Less than a decade after adding Boston College, Miami and Virginia Tech, the Panthers and Orange provide the ACC with a pair of programs with extensive histories in football and basketball, along with exceptional, nationally-recognized institutions of higher learning. “Our culture has long enjoyed a rich tradition of balancing academics and athletics, and the addition of Pitt and Syracuse further strengthens our league,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “In addition, both universities will enhance the ACC’s reach into the states of New York and Pennsylvania and geographically bridges our footprint between Maryland and Massachusetts. With the addition of these two schools, the ACC will cover virtually the entire eastern seaboard of the United States.” Pittsburgh and Syracuse have produced some of the best football players in the history of the game, including Jim Brown (Syracuse), Dan Marino (Pitt), Tony Dorsett (Pitt) and Ernie Davis (Syracuse). In men’s basketball, the Panthers played in the Final Four in 2009 and are a rising basketball power, while the Orange won the 2003 national title behind Carmelo Anthony. ACC teams will also soon be traveling to some of the nation’s top sporting venues, including the Carrier Dome (the largest on-campus basketball arena in the nation), Heinz Field and the $119 million Petersen Events Center on the campus of Pitt. “It’s actually pretty exciting,” said Duke Hall of Fame basketball

coach Mike Krzyzewski said. “I think it’s great for our conference football-wise, even better basketball-wise. Over the last 25 years if you had to pick the best conference in basketball it is the ACC.” Former Georgia Tech women’s basketball coach Angus Berenato, who now heads up Pitt’s program, echoed Krzyzewski’s excitement. “The ACC has a rich tradition of academics and athletics so Pitt will fit right in,” she said. “I was in the ACC for a long time and it will be nice to return to my roots. The leadership of the ACC has remained the same and Commissioner Swofford is innovative, dedicated and perceptive to the student-athlete’s needs.” Academically, the addition of the two schools gives the ACC 12 institutions in the top 75 of the U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 best universities rankings, while Pittsburgh and Syracuse already partner with various ACC schools in terms of national research grants, along with numerous health-related initiatives. “Though we recruit students from all corners of the globe and have graduates living around the world, our principal focus always has been on the eastern seaboard, to be regularly competing up and down the Atlantic Coast from Boston to Miami,” said Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg. “This is a very big plus for Pitt as a university, particularly during this turbulent time in intercollegiate athletics.” The two high-profile athletic programs in major media markets will provide the ACC with added value to its current TV package with partner ESPN. “We are pleased that Syracuse adds a tremendous New York City dimension to the ACC,” said Nancy Cantor, the school’s chancellor and president. “With 44,000 alumni and growing in that region, we have built a very strong identity and affinity there, and we’re excited to be able to bring ACC games to New York.”

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ACC COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS ‘ACC Community Connections’ Completes Successful First Year

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onference initiative reached elementary & middle school students across four states and donated over 200 books in inaugural year.

The Atlantic Coast Conference’s “Community Connections” program saw much success in its first year of implementation, sponsoring educational and mentoring activities and donating books in conjunction with 19 conference championships across four states. The program reached a dozen schools and youth programs across Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Virginia. Men’s Golf

“The ACC Community Connections initiative was created as a way for our student-athletes and member schools to give back to the communities that host ACC Championships,” stated Commissioner John Swofford. “In addition to teaching lessons of teamwork, adversity, competition, sportsmanship, triumph and defeat, it was a terrific opportunity for the student-athletes to serve as mentors and leaders throughout our league’s footprint.” The initiative aims to teach life lessons to elementary and middle school students in the communities in which the league holds its conference championships. This year, team representatives from ACC member institutions either traveled to elementary schools in the area or had schools and youth

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programs visit the championship sites to discuss topics such as the importance of healthy living and sportsmanship. The outreach sessions consisted of the reading of a book followed by a question-and-answer session with ACC team representatives. An educational handout was also distributed to the students that incorporated highlighted points of emphasis and quotations from the student-athletes. The handout also provided the opportunity to gain free or discounted admission to the respective championship. The league-wide initiative was first launched at the 2010 ACC Cross Country Championships in Boston, Mass., with books being donated to Mather Elementary School in a presentation made at the Championships’ award ceremony. More than 200 books were donated throughout the year by the ACC and its member schools to elementary schools and organizations, including the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA.

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One of the final 2010-11 “Community Connections” sessions occurred at the 2011 ACC Baseball Championship at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C., with approximately 4,000 local elementary and middle school students visiting the stadium over three days to participate in various activities with team representatives from six member schools. Softball

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The schools and organizations involved in “ACC Community Connections” for 2010-11 were: Mather Elementary School (Boston, Mass.); Old Town Global Academy (Winston Salem, N.C.); Kingswood Elementary School (Cary, N.C.); Neighborhood Charter School (Atlanta, Ga.); Hollymead Elementary School (Charlottesville, Va.); Margaret Beeks Elementary School (Blacksburg, Va.); Gilbert Linkous Elementary School (Blacksburg, Va.); Millis Road Elementary School (Greensboro, N.C.); Montgomery County Communities in Schools (N.C.); John Avery Boys and Girls Club (N.C.); Cary YMCA (Cary, N.C.); and Bright Futures Academy (Atlanta, Ga.).

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Women’s Golf :: April 13-15 • Greensboro, NC Conference Championships b y Sc h o o l Duke Wake Forest North Carolina

Year by Year Champions

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I n d i v i d u a l C h a m p i o n s b y Sc h o o l Duke Wake Forest North Carolina

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2011 ACC Championship Individual Top 10 Results 1. Cheyenne Woods, WF 2. Allie White, NC 3. Catherine O’Donnell, NC 4. Lindy Duncan, DU 5. Jessie Hollandsworth, MD 6. Katherine Perry, NC 7. Macarena Silva, FS Casey Grice, NC Brittany Altomare, VA 10. Nicole Agnello, VA

R1 70 66 75 73 71 71 73 77 73 72

R2 70 74 67 76 71 73 75 72 77 76

R3 68 75 75 70 78 77 74 73 72 76

Total 208 215 217 219 220 221 222 222 222 224

2 0 1 1 N G C A / G OLF W EEK A l l - A m e r i c a n s Michelle Shin, Wake Forest Cheyenne Woods, Wake Forest

2011 ACC Player of the Year • Lindy Duncan, Duke 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Jan Mann, North Carolina 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Laetitia Beck, Duke 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Natalie Sheary, Wake Forest

2 0 1 1 N C AA D i v i s i o n - I M e d a l Championship – through stroke play 4. Virginia T 8. North Carolina 14. Wake Forest

R1 291 305 298

R2 300 293 307

R3 299 297 301

R4 296 298 296

Total 1186 1193 1202

2011 ACC Championship Team Totals 1. North Carolina 2. Duke 3. Virginia 4. Wake Forest 5. Florida State 6. Maryland 7. NC State 8. Miami 9. Boston College

R1 R2 R3 Total 289 286 300 875 297 302 300 899 295 304 304 903 296 310 298 904 295 307 309 911 298 309 323 930 311 303 323 937 302 327 309 938 314 322 331 967

Championship Records Most Consecutive Titles 13 by Duke, 1996-2008 Widest Margin of Victory 47 by Duke (886) over Wake Forest (933), 2005 Smallest Margin of Victory 1 by Duke (871) over Virginia (872), 2008 Lowest Team Total 838 by Duke, 2004 (3 rounds)

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Lindy Duncan, Duke Brittany Altomare, Virginia Natalie Sheary, Wake Forest

2007 – Duke 2008 – Duke 2009 – Wake Forest 2010 – Wake Forest 2011 – North Carolina

2001 – Duke 1995 – Wake Forest 1984 – Duke 2002 – Duke 1996 – Duke 1985 – Duke 2003 – Duke 1997 – Duke 1986 – Wake Forest 2004 – Duke 1998 – Duke 1992 – North Carolina 2005 – Duke 1999 – Duke 1993 – Duke 2006 – Duke 2000 – Duke 1994 – Wake Forest (Did not meet the minimum requirement of teams from 1987-1991)

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Name Yr. Hometown Carolyn Barbee Sr. Cartersville, GA Chance Forbes Jr. Evergreen, CO Stephanie Hu Sr. Cerritos, CA Katia Joo Fr. Rolling Hills, CA Kaela Klune Jr. Itasca, IL Cristina McQuiston Fr. Rome, Italy Jennine Regan Fr. Westford, MA Eunice Yim Sr. La Canada, CA

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Coaches Head Coach - Trevor Drum Assistant Coach - Drew Kayser Assistant Coach - Bill Poutre

Name Yr. Hometown Laetitia Beck So. Caesarea, Israel Alejandra Cangrejo So. Bogota, Colombia Lindy Duncan Jr. Fort Lauderdale, FL Courtney Ellenbogen Jr. Blacksburg, VA Irene Jung Fr. Bedford, Nova Scotia Stacey Kim Jr. Columbus, GA Coaches Head Coach - Dan Brooks Assistant Coach - Jeanne Cho

Name Yr. Hometown Laure Castelain Fr. Bordeaux, France Malin Jansson Jr. Nykvarn, Sweden Andrea Kaelin Sr. Fleming Island, FL Carlton Kuhlo Fr. Tallahassee, FL Alex Milan Fr. Lutz, FL Jessica Negron Jr. Ocala, FL Mary Beth Ramsay Jr. Orlando, FL Maria Salinas Sr. Lima, Peru Hannah Thomson Sr. Perth Australia Coaches Head Coach - Amy Bond Assistant Coach - Lindsay Koth Assistant Coach - Robert Duck


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Name Yr. Hometown Carina Cuculiza So. Managua, Nicaragua Jennifer Hirano Sr. Pinole, CA Shannon Pak Fr. New Orleans, LA Rika Park Fr. Fujieda Shi-Shizouka, Japan Leticia Ras-Anderica Fr. Moraira-Teulada, Spain Coaches Head Coach - Patti Rizzo Assistant Coach - John Koskinen

Name Yr. Hometown Michelle Ahn Jr. Chapel Hill, NC Jackie Chang So. Paradise Valley, AZ Casey Grice So. College Station, TX Courtney Gunter Jr. Matthews, NC Catherine O’Donnell Sr. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Katherine Perry So. Cary, NC Maia Schechter Fr. Takoma Park, MD Allie White Sr. Lancaster, OH Coaches Head Coach - Jan Mann Assistant Head Coach - Patricia Earley

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Name Yr. Hometown Amanda Baker Jr. Nanaimo, BC, Canada Tatum Briele r-So. New Bern, NC Maureen Dunnagan So. Lexington, SC Caroline Ellington r-So. New Bern, NC Augusta James Fr. Bath, ON, Canada Brittany Marchand So. Orangeville, ON, Canada Lindsay McGetrick Fr. Highland Ridge, CO Ana Menendez So. Mexico City, Mexico Vivian Tsui Fr. Markham, ON, Canada Coaches Head Coach - Page Marsh Assistant Coach - Todd Selders Volunteer Assistant - Sally Austin

VIRGIN IA Name Yr. Hometown Nicole Agnello Jr. Longwood, FL Brittany Altomare Jr. Shrewsbury, MA Elizabeth Brightwell So. Nellysford, VA Lauren Coughlin Fr. Chesapeake, VA Melissa Edmonson r-Fr. Coral Gables, FL Lauren Greenlief Sr. Oakton, VA Briana Mao Fr, Folsom, CA Kaira Martin Fr. Paradise Valley, AZ Portland Rosen So. Sugar Land, TX Coaches Head Coach - Kim Lewellen Assistant Coach - Brian Bailie

WAK E FOREST Name Yr. Hometown Bailey Allman Fr. Winston-Salem, NC Marissa Dodd Fr. Allen, TX Allison Emrey Fr. Charlotte, NC Michelle Hartenstein So. Austin, TX Olafia Kristinsdottir So. Reykjavik, Iceland Greta Lange Jr. Bremen, Germany Hunter Ross Sr. Manakin-Sabot, VA Cheyenne Woods Sr. Phoenix, AZ Emily Wright Fr. Mason, OH Coaches Head Coach - Dianne Dailey Assistant Coach - Robin Walton


Women’s Golf :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1984.......................................................... Total Duke ............................................................924 North Carolina .............................................936 Wake Forest ................................................942 NC State ......................................................952 1985 Duke ............................................................912 North Carolina..............................................915 Wake Forest.................................................934 NC State ................................................... ..938 1986 Wake Forest ............................................... 899 Duke ........................................................... 922 North Carolina ............................................ 930 NC State ..................................................... 933 1992 North Carolina ............................................ 921 Florida State ............................................... 923 Duke ........................................................... 934 Wake Forest ............................................... 957 1993 Duke ........................................................... 920 North Carolina ............................................ 923 Wake Forest ............................................... 926 Florida State ............................................... 941 1994 Wake Forest ............................................... 924 North Carolina ............................................ 930 Duke ........................................................... 932 Florida State ............................................... 957 1995 Wake Forest ............................................... 906 Florida State ............................................... 908 North Carolina ............................................ 918 Duke ........................................................... 918 1996 Duke ............................................................890 Wake Forest ............................................... 899 North Carolina ............................................ 925 Florida State ............................................... 944 1997 Duke ........................................................... 897 Wake Forest ............................................... 907 North Carolina ............................................ 928 Florida State ............................................... 937

1999 Duke ........................................................... 890 Florida State ............................................... 902 Wake Forest ............................................... 907 North Carolina ............................................ 934

2001 Duke ............................................................899 Wake Forest ................................................902 Florida State ................................................936 North Carolina .............................................945 Maryland ......................................................952 NC State ....................................................1024 2002 Duke ........................................................... 866 Wake Forest ............................................... 895 NC State ..................................................... 909 Florida State ............................................... 911 North Carolina ............................................ 921 Maryland ..................................................... 939 2003 Duke ............................................................877 Wake Forest ................................................893 North Carolina .............................................903 NC State ......................................................905 Florida State ................................................909 Maryland ......................................................939 2004 Duke ............................................................838 Wake Forest ................................................857 North Carolina .............................................861 NC State ......................................................884 Florida State ................................................887 Maryland ......................................................904 Virginia .........................................................915 2005 Duke ............................................................886 Wake Forest ................................................933 NC State ......................................................944 Virginia .........................................................944 Miami .......................................................... 946 Florida State ............................................... 949 North Carolina ............................................ 963 Maryland ......................................................989 2006 Duke ............................................................885 Virginia .........................................................904 Wake Forest ................................................914 Maryland ..................................................... 917 Florida State ................................................918 NC State ......................................................920 North Carolina .............................................928 Miami ...........................................................933 Boston College ............................................967 2007 Duke ............................................................873 Wake Forest ................................................908 Florida State ................................................913 North Carolina .............................................917

Virginia .........................................................920 Maryland ......................................................931 NC State ......................................................947 Miami ...........................................................964 Boston College ..........................................1001 2008 Duke ............................................................871 Virginia .........................................................872 Florida State ................................................880 Wake Forest ................................................894 North Carolina .............................................904 NC State ......................................................915 Maryland ......................................................922 Miami ...........................................................933 Boston College ............................................963 2009 Wake Forest ................................................869 North Carolina .............................................893 Duke ............................................................894 NC State ......................................................896 Virginia .........................................................907 Florida State ................................................933 Maryland ......................................................941 Miami ...........................................................981 Boston College ............................................988 2010 Wake Forest ................................................869 Virginia .........................................................873 Duke ........................................................... 874 Florida State ................................................901 North Carolina .............................................906 Maryland ......................................................915 NC State ......................................................927 Miami ...........................................................965 Boston College ............................................987 2011 North Carolina .............................................875 Duke ............................................................899 Virginia .........................................................903 Wake Forest ................................................904 Florida State ................................................ 911 Maryland ......................................................930 NC State ..................................................... 937 Miami ...........................................................938 Boston College ............................................967

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2000 Duke ........................................................... 871 Wake Forest ............................................... 905 North Carolina ............................................ 918 Florida State ............................................... 974 Maryland ....................................................1026

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R1 281 289 290 295 294 295 299 297 293 304 314

R2 278 279 282 280 282 287 293 287 288 300 317

R3 272 283 289 289 290 290 282 295 298 297 322

Total 831 851 861 864 866 872 874 879 879 901 953

2011 ACC Championship I n d i v i d u a l T o p 1 0 R e s u lt s 1. Paul Haley, GT 2. Kyle Scott, GT 3. J.T. Griffin, GT Julian Suri, DU 5. Brinson Paolini, DU 6. Drew Kittleson, FS Corbin Mills, CU 8. Ben Kohles, VA James White, GT 10. Michael McGowan, NC Brooks Koepka, FS John Varol, WF

R1 68 68 73 71 73 71 70 75 72 73 73 69

R2 68 71 70 69 69 71 69 70 73 70 70 70

R3 70 68 66 69 69 70 73 68 68 71 71 75

Total 206 207 209 209 211 212 212 213 213 214 214 214

Year by Year Champions 1970 – Wake Forest 1971 – Wake Forest 1972 – Wake Forest 1973 – Wake Forest 1974 – Wake Forest 1975 – Wake Forest 1976 – Wake Forest 1977 – North Carolina 1978 – Wake Forest 1979 – Wake Forest 1980 – Wake Forest 1981 – North Carolina 1982 – Clemson 1983 – North Carolina 1984 - North Carolina 1985 - Georgia Tech

1954 – Duke 1955 – Wake Forest 1956 – North Carolina 1957 – Wake Forest 1958 – Wake Forest 1959 – Duke 1960 – North Carolina 1961 – Duke 1962 – Duke 1963 – Wake Forest 1964 – Maryland 1965 – North Carolina 1966 – Duke 1967 – Wake Forest 1968 – Wake Forest 1969 – Wake Forest

1986 - North Carolina 1987 - Clemson 1988 - Clemson 1989 - Wake Forrest 1990 - Clemson NC State 1991 - Georgia Tech 1992 - Georgia Tech 1993 - Georgia Tech 1994 - Georgia Tech 1995 - North Carolina 1996 - North Carolina 1997 - Clemson 1998 - Clemson 1999 - Georgia Tech 2000 - Clemson

2001 - Georgia Tech 2002 - Georgia Tech 2003 - Clemson 2004 - Clemson 2005 - Duke 2006 - Georgia Tech - North Carolina 2007 - Georgia Tech - Virginia Tech 2008 - Florida State 2009 - Georgia Tech 2010 - Georgia Tech 2011 - Georgia Tech

C o n f e r e n c e C h a m p i o n s h i p s b y Sc h ool 18 6 NC State 0-1* Wake Forest Duke 11-2* South Carolina 0-1* Georgia Tech Florida State 1 10-1* 0-1* Virginia Tech 0-1* North Carolina Maryland 8-1* Clemson * Outright - Co-Champions I n d i v i d u a l C h a m p i o n s b y Sc h ool Wake Forest North Carolina Georgia Tech

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10 by Wake Forest, 1967-76 44 by Wake Forest (1092) over NC State (1136), 1973 1 by Wake Forest (589) over North Carolina (590), 1958 and Clemson (865) over Wake Forest (866), 2003 831 by Georgia Tech, 2011

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2011 ACC Player of the Year • Ben Kohles, Virginia 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Bruce Heppler, Georgia Tech 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Albin Choi, NC State 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • James White, Georgia Tech

R1 2. Georgia Tech* 283 8. Duke** 303 27. NC State 310 *advanced to match play quarterfinals **advanced to match play semifinals

R2 290 293 308

R3 302 293 304

Total 875 889 922

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Name Yr. Hometown Max Christiana Fr. White Plains, NY Mark Endres Jr. Bryn Mawr, PA Luke Feehan Jr. Carmel, NY John Jackopsic Fr. West Hartford, CT Brad Klune So. Itasca, IL Andy Mai Fr. Suffield, CT Kyle McCartan Sr. Plano, TX Eddie McQuiston Fr. Rome, Italy Kevin Melnick Sr. Blue Bell, PA John Nurczynski Sr. Newtonville, MA Coaches Head Coach - Trevor Drum Assistant Coach - Drew Kayser Assistant Coach - Bill Poutre

Name Yr. Hometown Stephen Behr Fr. Florence, SC Alex Boyd r-Sr. Augusta, GA Brewer Bradshaw r-Jr. Columbia, SC Thomas Bradshaw So. Columbia, SC Jacob Burger Sr. Orangeburg, SC David Dannelly r-Sr. Easley, SC McCuen Elmore r-Sr. Cheraw, SC Hayden Garrett Fr. Easley, SC Billy Kennerly Fr. Alpharetta, GA Corbin Mills Jr. Anderson, SC Mike Muscatell r-Jr. Lake Wylie, SC Crawford Reeves r-Jr. Greenville, SC Coaches Head Coach - Larry Penley Assistant Coach - Jordan Byrd

Name Yr. Hometown Spencer Anderson Sr. Pacific Palisades, CA Austin Cody So. North Charleston, SC Tim Gornik Jr. Ljubljana, Slovenia Yaroslav Merkulov So. Penfield, NY Brinson Paolini Jr. Virginia Beach, VA Michael Ricaurte Fr. Columbus, OH Turner Southey-Gordon Fr. Toronto, Ontario, Canada Adam Sumrall Jr. South Bend, IN Julian Suri vJr. St. Augustine, FL Coaches Head Coach - Jamie Green Associate Head Coach - Jon Whithaus


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Name Yr. Hometown Daniel Berger Fr. Jupiter, FL Kyle Cobb Gr. Tallahassee, FL Wesley Graham Sr. Port Orange, FL Bjorn Hellgren So. Vasteras, Sweden Brooks Koepka Sr. Wellington, FL Doug Letson Jr. Tampa, FL Joaquin Lolas So. Lima, Peru Chase Seiffert Jr. Panama City, FL Coaches Head Coach - Trey Jones Assistant Coach - Robert Duke Assistant Coach - Lindsay Koth

Name Yr. Hometown Anders Albertson Fr. Woodstock, GA Bo Andrews r-So. Raleigh, NC Drew Czuchry So. Auburn, GA William Miller r-Sr. Venetia, PA Seth Reeves r-So. Duluth, GA Ollie Schniederjans Fr. Powder Springs, GA Minghao Wang r-Jr. Reunion, FL Richard Werenski So. South Hadley, MA James White Sr. Acworth, GA Coaches Head Coach - Bruce Heppler Associate Head Coach - Christian Newton Volunteer Assistant - Scott Simpson

Name Yr. Hometown Sean Bosdosh So. Clarksburg, MD Stephen Bosdosh Jr. Clarksburg, MD Sean Brannan Sr. Hollidaysburg, PA Chris Miller Sr. Washington, DC Joey Rice Sr. Dunkirk, MD Mason Short Fr. Waldorf, MD Darren Simons Fr. St. Marys, PA Jordan Sweet Fr. Bowie, MD Eric Urda Fr. Sewickley, PA Ben Warnquist Fr. Rockville, MD William Wiseman So. Salisbury, MD Coaches Director of Intercollegiate Golf - Jason Rodenhaver Assistant Coach - John Scott Rattan

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Name Yr. Hometown Patrick Barrett r-Jr. Pinehurst, NC Brandon Dalinka Fr. Newtown, PA James Ellis So. Greenville, NC Michael McGowan Jr. Southern Pines, NC Zack Munroe Fr. Charlotte, NC Clark Palmer Jr. Augusta, GA Bailey Patrick Fr. Charlotte, NC Matt Raudenbush Sr. Pine Valley, NJ Robert Register Fr. Burlington, NC Reeves Zaytoun Fr. Raleigh, NC Coaches Head Coach - Andrew Sapp Assistant Coach - Andrew DiBitetto

N C STATE Name Yr. Hometown Graham Baillargeon Sr. Mississauga, ON James Chapman So. Gastonia, NC Albin Choi So. Toronto, ON Chad Day Sr. Raleigh, NC Wilson Day Fr. Raleigh, NC Andrew Decker Fr. Greenville, NC Christian Hawley So. Kernersville, NC William Herring Fr. Lillington, NC Hunter Howell Sr. Raeford, NC Mark McMillen Sr. Smithfield, NC Mitchell Sutton Jr. London, ON Coaches Head Coach - Richard Sykes Assistant Coach - Chip Watson

VIRGIN IA Name Yr. Hometown Ben Kohles Sr. Cary, NC Denny McCarthy Fr. Rockville, MD Mac McLaughlin Jr. Shaker Heights, OH Gregor Orlando Jr. Erie, PA Ji Soo Park Fr. Clifton, VA Benjamin Rusch So. Weinfelden, Switzerland Cory Siegfried Jr. Phoenixville, PA Nick Tremps Fr. Williamsburg, VA Bruce Woodall Sr. Eden, NC Coaches Head Coach - Bowen Sargent Assistant Coach - Jay Fisher


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VIRGI N I A TE C H Name Yr. Hometown Bryce Chalkley So. Richmond, VA Trevor Cone Fr. Concord, NC Miles Curley Fr. Rock Hill, SC Jacob Everts r-So. Ooltewah, TN Marc MacDonald r-So. Harare, Zimbabwe Mikey Moyers Jr. Stanardsville, VA Blake Redmond Sr. Sugar Land, TX Scott Vincent Fr. Harare, Zimbabwe Coaches Head Coach - Jay Hardwick Associate Head Coach - Brian Sharp

WAKE FO R E S T Name Yr. Hometown Evan Beck Jr. Virginia Beach, VA Lee Bedford Sr. Cary. NC Thomas Birdsey So. Trophy Club, TX Justin Bryant r-Sr. St. Louis, MO Beau Cutts So. Henderson, NC Franklin Dolan Sr. Augusta, GA Charlie Harrison Jr. Atlanta, GA Brandon Ng Fr. Toronto, Canada Cyrus Stewart Fr. Raleigh, NC John Varol So. Waxhaw, NC Coaches Head Coach - Jerry Haas Assistant Coach - Dan Walters

1961 Duke .................................590 North Carolina ..................596 Maryland ...........................600 Wake Forest .....................612 Virginia ..............................617 South Carolina ..................619 NC State ...........................620 Clemson ...........................628

1955 Wake Forest .....................597 North Carolina ..................600 Virginia ..............................608 Duke .................................609 NC State ...........................609 Clemson ...........................635 Maryland ...........................638 South Carolina ..................640

1962 Duke .................................587 North Carolina ..................594 Wake Forest .....................595 South Carolina ..................601 Maryland ...........................605 Virginia ..............................618 NC State ...........................629 Clemson ...........................630

1956 North Carolina ..................574 Wake Forest .....................582 Duke .................................598 Maryland ...........................614 NC State ...........................616 Clemson ...........................620 South Carolina ..................626 Virginia ..............................646

1963 Wake Forest .....................603 Maryland ...........................609 Duke .................................610 Virginia ..............................624 North Carolina ..................626 NC State ...........................643 South Carolina ..................643 Clemson ...........................654

1957 Wake Forest .....................580 North Carolina ..................588 Virginia ..............................602 Duke .................................610 South Carolina ..................612 Maryland ...........................615 Clemson ...........................626 NC State ...........................628

1964 Maryland ...........................751 South Carolina ..................751 North Carolina ..................753 Wake Forest .....................753 Duke .................................755 Virginia ..............................785 Clemson ...........................786 NC State ...........................789

1958 Wake Forest .....................589 North Carolina ..................590 Virginia ..............................590 Maryland ...........................592 Duke .................................610 NC State ...........................622 South Carolina ..................632 Clemson ...........................636

1965 North Carolina ..................744 Wake Forest .....................755 Duke .................................758 Maryland ...........................772 South Carolina ..................782 NC State ...........................788 Virginia ..............................796 Clemson ...........................838

1959 Duke .................................572 Wake Forest .....................574 North Carolina ..................578 Maryland ...........................582 NC State ...........................602 Virginia ..............................616 Clemson ...........................617 South Carolina ...................NS

1966 Duke .................................787 Wake Forest .....................795 North Carolina ..................800 South Carolina ..................812 NC State ...........................823 Maryland ...........................826 Virginia ..............................834 Clemson ...........................860

1960 North Carolina ..................599 Duke .................................603 Maryland ...........................616 Wake Forest .....................621 South Carolina ..................628 Clemson ...........................639 NC State ...........................642 Virginia ..............................650

1967 Wake Forest .....................762 Duke .................................795 Maryland ...........................797 South Carolina ..................797 North Carolina ..................806 Clemson ...........................823 NC State ...........................837 Virginia ..............................856

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1954 (18 holes only) ...... Total Duke .................................291 North Carolina ..................301 Wake Forest .....................301 NC State ...........................301 Maryland .................. .........311 Clemson ...........................315 Virginia ..............................316 South Carolina ..................337

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Men’s Golf :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1968 Wake Forest .....................730 South Carolina ..................761 Maryland ...........................763 North Carolina ..................771 Duke .................................779 Virginia ..............................787 Clemson ...........................795 NC State ...........................795 1969 Wake Forest .....................753 Maryland ...........................764 Duke .................................767 South Carolina ..................783 Clemson ...........................789 North Carolina ..................790 NC State ...........................793 Virginia ..............................802 1970 Wake Forest .....................707 Maryland ...........................736 North Carolina ..................736 NC State ...........................738 South Carolina ..................740 Duke .................................741 Virginia ..............................759 Clemson ...........................762

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1972 Wake Forest .................. .1122 Maryland .................. .......1161 Duke .................. .............1166 North Carolina ............... .1180 Virginia .................. ..........1181 Clemson .................. .......1198 NC State .........................1222 1973 Wake Forest ...................1092 NC State .................. .......1136 North Carolina ............... .1138 Maryland .................. .......1139 Duke .................. .............1142 Clemson .................. .......1172 Virginia .................. ..........1177 1974 Wake Forest .................. .1158 North Carolina ............... .1182 NC State .................. .......1187 Maryland .........................1205 Clemson .........................1217 Duke ...............................1223 Virginia ............................1255 1975 Wake Forest ...................1099 NC State .................. .......1135 North Carolina ............... .1141 Maryland .................. .......1142 Clemson .................. .......1164 Duke .................. .............1182 Virginia .................. ..........1185 1976 Wake Forest ...................1064 Maryland .........................1094

NC State .................. .......1110 North Carolina ............... .1125 Clemson .................. .......1142 Duke .................. .............1163 Virginia .................. ..........1169 1977 North Carolina ................1084 Maryland .........................1086 Wake Forest ...................1098 NC State .................. .......1104 Clemson .................. .......1138 Duke .................. .............1148 Virginia .................. ..........1152 1978 Wake Forest ...................1099 North Carolina ............... .1109 Maryland .................. .......1121 Duke .................. .............1124 Clemson .................. .......1132 NC State .................. .......1137 Virginia .................. ..........1182 1979 Wake Forest .................. .1110 North Carolina ............... .1123 Duke .................. .............1128 Clemson .................. .......1144 NC State .................. .......1144 Maryland .................. .......1148 Virginia .................. ..........1153 Georgia Tech .................. 1188 1980 Wake Forest .................... 838 Clemson .......................... 871 NC State .......................... 873 North Carolina ................. 882 Virginia ............................. 891 Maryland .......................... 898 Duke ................................ 906 Georgia Tech ................... 910 1981 North Carolina ................. 871 Wake Forest .................... 876 Duke ................................ 886 NC State .......................... 890 Clemson .......................... 902 Virginia ............................. 920 Maryland .......................... 924 Georgia Tech ................... 952 1982 Clemson .......................... 876 NC State .......................... 879 North Carolina ................. 880 Wake Forest .................... 890 Duke ................................ 904 Virginia ..............................913 Maryland .......................... 921 Georgia Tech ................... 943 1983 North Carolina ................. 867 NC State .......................... 872 Clemson .......................... 874 Virginia ............................. 883 Wake Forest .................... 884 Duke ................................ 885 Georgia Tech ................... 900 Maryland .......................... 924 1984 North Carolina ................. 882 Wake Forest .................... 906 Clemson .......................... 907 Duke ................................ 912

Georgia Tech ................... 916 NC State .......................... 928 Maryland .......................... 934 Virginia ............................. 941 1985 Georgia Tech ................... 843 Duke ................................ 848 North Carolina ................. 858 Wake Forest .................... 858 NC State .......................... 862 Clemson .......................... 870 Maryland .......................... 885 Virginia ............................. 900 1986 North Carolina ................. 861 Georgia Tech ................... 867 Wake Forest .................... 874 Clemson .......................... 879 Duke ................................ 895 NC State .......................... 899 Maryland .......................... 905 Virginia ............................. 924 1987 Clemson .......................... 861 Georgia Tech ................... 868 Wake Forest .................... 868 North Carolina ................. 870 Virginia ............................. 872 Maryland .......................... 878 Duke ................................ 881 NC State .......................... 885 1988 Clemson .......................... 880 NC State .......................... 894 Wake Forest .................... 895 Virginia ............................. 897 Georgia Tech ................... 902 Duke ................................ 909 North Carolina ................. 915 Maryland .......................... 942 1989 Wake Forest .................... 870 Georgia Tech ................... 874 North Carolina ................. 879 NC State .......................... 882 Clemson .......................... 891 Duke ................................ 897 Virginia ............................. 898 Maryland .......................... 919 1990 Clemson .......................... 876 NC State .......................... 876 North Carolina ................. 878 Duke ................................ 878 Virginia ............................. 884 Georgia Tech ................... 884 Wake Forest .................... 887 Maryland .......................... 948 1991 (36 holes only) Georgia Tech .................. .565 North Carolina ................ .567 NC State ......................... .575 Wake Forest ................... .578 Clemson ......................... .582 Virginia ..............................585 Duke ............................... .591 Maryland .......................... 603 1992 Georgia Tech ................... 842 Clemson .......................... 845 Virginia ............................. 848

North Carolina ................. 860 Wake Forest .................... 865 Duke ................................ 871 Maryland .......................... 871 NC State .......................... 873 Florida State .................... 880 1993 Georgia Tech ....................853 Clemson .......................... 858 Wake Forest ..................,, 868 Duke ................................ 879 NC State .......................... 879 Virginia ............................. 879 North Carolina ................. 887 Florida State .................... 895 Maryland .......................... 921 1994 Georgia Tech ................... 864 North Carolina ................. 873 Florida State .................... 877 Duke ................................ 886 Maryland .......................... 891 Clemson .......................... 897 Virginia ............................. 899 Wake Forest .................... 900 NC State .......................... 905 1995 North Carolina ................. 849 Georgia Tech ................... 862 Virginia ............................. 863 Clemson .......................... 864 Florida State .................... 870 NC State .......................... 875 Wake Forest .................... 876 Duke ................................ 888 Maryland .......................... 919 1996 North Carolina ................. 860 Virginia ..............................869 Clemson .......................... 870 Florida State .................... 873 Maryland .......................... 874 Wake Forest .................... 875 Duke ................................ 876 NC State .......................... 883 Georgia Tech ................... 893 1997 Clemson .......................... 867 North Carolina ..................877 Wake Forest .....................881 Virginia ............................. 883 Florida State .................... 897 Duke ................................ 899 NC State .......................... 905 Georgia Tech ................... 907 Maryland .......................... 908 1998 Clemson .......................... 836 Georgia Tech ................... 843 NC State .......................... 845 North Carolina ................. 851 Virginia ............................. 856 Wake Forest .................... 865 Florida State .................... 866 Duke ................................ 868 Maryland .......................... 875 1999 Georgia Tech ................... 863 North Carolina ................. 873 Duke ................................ 873 Clemson .......................... 876 NC State .......................... 884

Maryland .......................... 905 Virginia ............................. 906 Wake Forest .................... 908 Florida State .................... 919 2000 Clemson .......................... 856 Georgia Tech ................... 861 NC State .......................... 862 Wake Forest .................... 875 North Carolina ................. 881 Duke ................................ 883 Virginia ............................. 891 Maryland ...........................892 Florida State .................... 911 2001 Georgia Tech ....................845 Clemson ...........................853 Wake Forest .....................854 Virginia ..............................859 NC State .......................... 870 North Carolina ................. 873 Duke ................................ 874 Florida State .................... 897 Maryland .......................... 900 2002 Georgia Tech ................... 837 NC State .......................... 841 Clemson .......................... 845 Wake Forest .................... 851 North Carolina ................. 862 Florida State .................... 868 Virginia ............................. 874 Maryland .......................... 875 Duke ................................ 878 2003 Clemson ...........................865 Wake Forest .................... 866 North Carolina ..................869 Georgia Tech ................... 881 Duke ................................ 892 NC State .......................... 900 Virginia ............................. 902 Florida State .................... 917 Maryland .......................... 919 2004 Clemson .......................... 837 Wake Forest .................... 845 Georgia Tech ................... 848 NC State .......................... 854 North Carolina ................. 856 Duke ................................ 857 Florida State .................... 875 Virginia ............................. 882 Maryland .......................... 905 2005 Duke ................................ 865 Georgia Tech ................... 869 NC State .......................... 880 Clemson .......................... 883 Virginia ............................. 884 Wake Forest .................... 889 Florida State .................... 898 North Carolina ................. 906 Maryland .......................... 915 Virginia Tech .................... 922 2006 North Carolina ................. 833 Georgia Tech ................... 833 Clemson .......................... 840 NC State .......................... 853 Wake Forest .................... 860 Florida State .................... 863

Maryland .......................... 865 Duke ................................ 866 Virginia Tech .................... 872 Virginia ............................. 878 Boston College ................ 921 2007 Georgia Tech ....................854 Virginia Tech .....................854 Clemson .......................... 858 Florida State~ .................. 863 Duke ................................ 863 North Carolina.................. 869 NC State .......................... 874 Wake Forest ................... 876 Virginia ............................. 878 Maryland .......................... 910 Boston College ............... 913 2008 Florida State .................... 838 Duke ................................ 841 North Carolina ................. 846 Georgia Tech ................... 847 Wake Forest .................... 848 Clemson .......................... 854 NC State .......................... 858 Virginia Tech .................... 864 Virginia ............................. 868 Boston College ................ 886 Maryland .......................... 906 2009 Georgia Tech ....................846 Clemson .......................... 849 Duke ................................ 861 Wake Forest .................... 865 NC State .......................... 865 Maryland .......................... 866 North Carolina ................. 868 Virginia Tech .................... 868 Virginia ............................. 869 Florida State .................... 875 Boston College ................ 913 2010 Georgia Tech ................... 841 Virginia ..............................854 Duke ................................ 855 Wake Forest .................... 855 Florida State .................... 861 Clemson .......................... 862 NC State .......................... 866 Virginia Tech .................... 869 Maryland .......................... 878 North Carolina ................. 878 Boston College ................ 912 2011 Georgia Tech ................... 831 Duke ................................ 851 Clemson .......................... 861 Virginia ............................. 864 Florida State .................... 866 NC State .......................... 872 Virginia Tech .................... 874 North Carolina ................. 879 Wake Forest...293 ..288 . 298 ..... 879 Maryland ......304 ...300 . 297 ..... 901 Boston College ..314 .317 . 322 .. 953 Championship Determination

1955-70: 36 holes • 1971 & 1992: 72 holes • 1972-2006: 54 holes 1954: limited to 18 holes due to inclement weather • 1991: limited to 36 holes due to inclement weather ~ Participation in 2007 championship vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions


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Team Conference W L Virginia 11 0 North Carolina 9 2 Duke 9 2 Miami 8 3 Georgia Tech 8 3 Virginia Tech 5 6 Wake Forest 5 6 Florida State 4 7 Maryland 3 8 Clemson 2 9 NC State 2 9 Boston College 0 11

#9 Maryland d. #8 Florida State #5 Georgia Tech d. #12 Boston College #7 Wake Forest d. #10 Clemson #6 Virginia Tech d. #11 NC State #1 Virginia d. Maryland Georgia Tech d. #4 Miami #2 North Carolina d. Wake Forest #3 Duke d. Virginia Tech Virginia d. Georgia Tech Duke d. North Carolina Virginia d. Duke

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Virginia Duke Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina Virginia Tech Wake Forest Florida State

NCAA Tournament Finalist NCAA Tournament Round of 16 NCAA Tournament Round of 16 NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament First Round

Year by Year Champions 1954 – North Carolina 1955 – North Carolina 1956 – North Carolina 1957 – Maryland 1958 – North Carolina 1959 – North Carolina 1960 – North Carolina 1961 – North Carolina 1962 – North Carolina 1963 – North Carolina 1964 – Maryland 1965 – North Carolina 1966 – North Carolina

1967 – North Carolina 1968 – North Carolina South Carolina 1969 – Clemson 1970 – North Carolina 1971 – North Carolina 1972 – North Carolina 1973 – North Carolina 1974 – North Carolina 1975 – North Carolina 1976 – North Carolina 1977 – North Carolina 1978 – North Carolina

NC State 1979 – NC State 1980 – Clemson 1981 – Clemson 1982 – Duke 1983 – Clemson 1984 – Clemson 1985 – Clemson 1986 – Clemson 1987 – Clemson 1988 – Clemson 1989 – Clemson 1990 – North Carolina

(1954-1964 Team Champions were determined by Regular Season)

1991 – Duke 1992 – North Carolina 1993 – Duke 1992 – North Carolina 1993 – Duke 1994 – Duke 1995 – Duke 1996 – Duke 1997 – Clemson 1998 – Duke 1999 – Duke 2000 – Duke 2001 – Duke

2002 – North Carolina 2003 – Duke 2004 – Virginia 2005 – Virginia 2006 – Duke 2007 – Virginia 2008 – Virginia 2009 – Virginia 2010 – Virginia 2011 – Virginia

2 0 1 1 I T A A l l - Am e r i c a n s Reid Carleton (S/D), Duke Henrique Cunha (S/D), Duke Vahid Mirzadeh (D), Florida State Connor Smith (D), Florida State Guillermo, Gomez (S), Georgia Tech Kevin King (D), Georgia Tech Juan Spir (D), Georgia Tech Jose Hernandez (S), N. Carolina Drew Courtney (D), Virginia Alex Domijan (S), Virginia Michael Shabaz (S/D), Virginia

2011 Tournament Co-Most Valuable Players Michael Shabaz, Virginia Sanam Singh, Virginia

2011 ACC Player of the Year Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2011 ACC Coach of the Year Brian Boland, Virginia 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year Alex Domijan, Virginia 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2011 ITA National Coach of the Year Kenny Thorne, Georgia Tech 2011 ITA National Rookie of the Year Alex Domijan, Virginia


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BOSTON COL LE G E Name Yr. Hometown Rob Ankner Sr. Norwell, MA Joe Davison Fr. Woodside, CA Billy Grokenberger Jr. Santa Barbara, CA Michael McGinnis So. Saratoga, CA Christian McKean So. Washington, DC Akash Muppidi Sr. Trumbull, CT Philip Nelson Fr. Reston, VA Klaus Puestow Jr. Munich, Germany Jonathan Raude So. Rego Park, NY Jonathan Schroeder Sr. Winnetka, IL Alex Skinner Sr. Haverhill, MA Matt Wagner Fr. Los Angeles, CA Coach Head Coach - Scott Wilkins

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Name Yr. Hometown Hunter Harrington Fr. Spartanburg, SC Dominique Maden So. Stuttgart, Germany Yannick Maden Jr. Stuttgart, Germany Gerardo Meza So. Tampico, Mexico Wes Moran Sr. Murrells Inlet, SC Zachary Rigsby Jr. Simpsonville, SC Cedric Wellems Fr. The Hauge Nethelands Ayrton Wibowo Jr. Jakarta, Indonesia Coaches Head Coach - Chuck McCuen Assistant Coach - John Boetsch Volunteer Assistant - Evan Schreiner

Name Yr. Hometown Henrique Cunha Jr. Jaú, Brazil Cale Hammond So. Tulsa, OK Raphael Hemmeler Fr. Zurich, Switzerland David Holland Sr. Pennington, NJ Luke Marchese Sr. Summit, NJ Chris Mengel So. Pittsburgh, PA Fred Saba So. Fort Lauderdale, FL Bruno Semenzato Fr. Sao Paulo, Brazil Jason Tahir Fr. Rochester, NY Torsten Wietoska Sr. Leer, Germany Coaches Head Coach - Ramsey Smith Assistant Coach - Jonathan Stokke Volunteer Assistant Coach - K.J. Hippensteel

FLORIDA STAT E Name Yr. Hometown Brian Alden r-So. Barrington, IL Andres Bucaro Jr. Guatemala City, Guatemala Dominic Cotrone Fr. Bradenton, FL Blake Davis So. Austin, TX João Gauer Fr. Parana, Brazil Cristian Gonzalez Mendez Fr. Santiago de Compostela, Spain Jordan Kelly-Houston Jr. Christchurch, New Zealand Benjamin Lock Fr. Harare, Zimbabwe Anderson Reed Jr. Daphne, AL Jason Zafiros Sr. Bradenton, FL Coaches Head Coach - Dwayne Hultquist Associate Coach - Nick Crowell Volunteer Assistant Coach - Andy Gerst

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Name Yr. Hometown Colin Edwards Fr. Valrico, FL Vikram Hundal Fr. Alpharetta, GA Kevin King Sr. Peachtree City, GA Sebastian Lopez Fr. Medellin, Colombia Juan Melian Jr. Las Palmas, Spain Dusan Miljevic Sr. Novi Sad, Serbia Eduardo Segura Fr. Madrid, Spain Juan Spir Jr. Medellin, Colombia Coaches Head Coach - Kenny Thorne Volunteer Assistant - Brad Horton

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Name Yr. Hometown John Collins Jr. Bowie, MD Maros Horny Sr. Zlate Moravce,Slovakia Jesse Kiuru Jr. Lahti, Finland Tommy Laine Jr. Turku, Finland Andy Magee Jr. Rolling Hills Estates, CA David Nguyen Jr. Columbia, MD Mathias Sarrazin Sr. Paris, France Vlad Stefan Fr. Bucharest, Romania Jan Surovic So. Zlin-Velikova, Czech Republic Sergio Wyss Jr. Zurich, Switzerland

Name Yr. Hometown Omar Aly So. Edmond, OK Gabriel Flores So. Guaynabo, PR Wilfredo Gonzalez Fr. Guatemala City, Guatemala Victor Mauz Jr. Suresnes, France Mark Schanerman Jr. Miami, FL Diego Soto So. Madrid, Spain Marco Stancati Jr. Napoli, Italy Henrique Tsukamoto Fr. Sao Paulo, Brazil

Coaches Head Coach - Kyle Spencer Assistant Coach - Evan Clark

Coaches Head Coach - Mario Rincon Assistant Coach - Mark Dickson Volunteer Assistant - Laurence Tieleman

N ORT H CAROLIN A Name Yr. Hometown Cameron Ahari Sr. Tucson, AZ Brennan Boyajian Sr. Weston, FL Joey Burkhardt Sr. St. Augustine, FL James Coxe So. Raleigh, NC Andrew Gores Fr. Charlotte, NC Jose Hernandez So. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Esben Hess-Olesen Fr. Viby, Denmark Zach Hunter Sr. Weston, FL Taylor Meyer Jr. Raleigh, NC William Parker Jr. Shelby, NC. Alex Rafiee Sr. Huntsville, AL Oystein Steiro Fr. Snaroya, Norway Coaches Head Coach - Sam Paul Assistant Coach - Tripp Phillips Volunteer Assistant Coach - Scott Perelman


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Name Yr. Hometown Beck Bond Fr. Meriden, CT Akash Gujarati Sr. Pune, India Dominic Hodgson Sr. London, United Kingdom Robbie Mudge Fr. Winston-Salem, NC Rafael Paez Jr. Atibaia, Brazil Austin Powell Fr. Muscle Shoals, AL Jaime Pulgar Sr. Madrid, Spain Will Rollinson r-Jr. Raleigh, NC Ivan Sanchez Gomez So. Madrid, Spain Julian Sullivan r-Sr. Philadelphia, PA Dave Thomson Jr. Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK Matt Thomson r-So. Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK Sean Weber So. Raleigh, NC

Name Yr. Hometown Drew Courtney Sr. Clifton, VA Dino Dell’Orto Jr. Hong Kong, China Alex Domijan So. Wesley Chapel, FL Steven Eelkman Rooda Sr. Amersfoort, The Netherlands Brian Fang Jr. Hacienda Heights, CA Mitchell Frank Fr. Annandale, VA Jarmere Jenkins Jr. College Park, GA Reese Milner Sr. Los Angeles, CA Philippe Oudshoorn Sr. Adeldoorn, The Netherlands Justin Shane So. Falls Church, VA Ian Uriguen So. Guatemala City, Guatemala Julen Uriguen Jr. Guatemala City, Guatemala Santiago Villegas Sr. Bogota, Colombia Coaches Head Coach - Brian Boland Associate Coach - Andres Pedroso Volunteer Assistant - Scott Brown

Name Yr. Hometown Mauricio Antun Fr. Sao Paulo, Brazil Patrick Daciek Sr. Severna Park, MD Corrado Degl’ Incerti Tocci Sr. Reggio Emilia, Italy Hunter Koontz Fr. Richmond, VA Trpimir Kujundzic Jr. Zagreb, Croatia Marko Lovrinovic Fr. Zagreb, Croatia Lucas Oliveira Jr. Sao Paulo, Brazil Jonathan Pine Sr. Vienna, VA Zach Pine Sr. Vienna, VA Luka Somen Sr. Karlovac, Croatia Coaches Head Coach - Jim Thompson Assistant Coach - Christophe Bonadona

WAK E FOREST Name Yr. Hometown Jaya Billa Fr. Folsom, CA David Hopkins Sr. Winston-Salem, NC Danny Kreyman Jr. Long Beach, NY Adam Lee So. Auckland, New Zealand Renier Moolman Fr. Randburg, South Africa Amogh Prabhakar Jr. Bangalore, India Conner Sherwood r-Jr. Greensboro, NC Alex Tsai Fr. Binghamton, NY Sam Wells r-So. Mooresville, NC Coaches Head Coach - Tony Bresky Assistant Coach - Brett Ross Volunteer Assistant Coach - Jordan Hawks

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Men’s Tennis :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1958 North Carolina .......................... 27 Duke ......................................... .14 Maryland .................................. .10 Clemson ..................................... x NC State .................................... x Virginia ..................................... .. x Wake Forest ............................. . x South Carolina ........................... x 1959 North Carolina .......................... 19 Duke ......................................... .14 Virginia ..................................... .14 Clemson .................................. ..13 NC State .................................... .9 Wake Forest ............................. ..8 Maryland ..................................... 5 South Carolina ........................... .1

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1961 North Carolina .......................... 24 Duke ......................................... .20 Virginia ..................................... .19 NC State ................................. ..10 Maryland ..................................... 9 South Carolina ........................... .2 Clemson ..................................... .2 Wake Forest ............................. ..1 1962 North Carolina .......................... 27 Clemson .................................. ..17 Duke ......................................... .11 Maryland .................................. .11 Virginia ..................................... .11 NC State .................................... .6 Wake Forest ............................. ..0 South Carolina ........................... .0 1963 North Carolina .......................... 36 Clemson .................................. ..11 Maryland .................................. .10 Duke ......................................... .10 Virginia ..................................... ...9 Wake Forest ............................. ..6 NC State .................................... .2 South Carolina ........................... .0 1964 North Carolina .......................... 28 Clemson .................................. ..15 Maryland .................................. .10 Duke ......................................... ...8 Virginia ..................................... ...7

Wake Forest ............................. ..7 NC State .................................... .4 South Carolina........................... ..2 1965 North Carolina.......................... .68 Clemson .................................. ..60 Maryland .................................. .49 Virginia ..................................... .48 Duke ......................................... .36 NC State ................................. ..33 Wake Forest ............................. 18 South Carolina ...12 1966 North Carolina .......................... 67 Clemson .................................. ..64 Maryland .................................. .47 Virginia ..................................... .47 Duke ......................................... .29 South Carolina .......................... 25 Wake Forest ............................. 23 NC State ................................. ..22 1967 North Carolina .......................... 67 Clemson .................................. ..62 South Carolina ...50 Wake Forest ............................. 38 Duke ......................................... .35 Maryland .................................. .31 Virginia ..................................... .23 NC State ................................. ..17 1968 South Carolina........................... 62 North Carolina .......................... 62 Maryland .................................. .50 Clemson .................................. ..49 Wake Forest ............................. 39 Virginia ..................................... .27 Duke ......................................... .23 NC State ................................. ..12 1969 Clemson .................................. ..65 North Carolina .......................... 62 Virginia ..................................... .50 Wake Forest ............................. 37 South Carolina .......................... 36 Maryland .................................. .33 Duke ......................................... .28 NC State ................................. ..13 1970 North Carolina .......................... 66 Clemson .................................. ..61 Virginia ..................................... .51 Maryland .................................. .43 South Carolina .......................... 36 Wake Forest ............................. 30 Duke ......................................... .20 NC State ................................. ..17 1971 North Carolina .......................... 71

Clemson .................................. ..58 Virginia ..................................... .45 Maryland .................................. .39 Wake Forest ............................. 36 Duke ......................................... .33 NC State ................................. ..21 South Carolina .......................... 21 1972 North Carolina .......................... 65 Wake Forest ............................. 54 Virginia ..................................... .53 Clemson .................................. ..48 Duke ......................................... .35 Maryland .................................. .31 NC State ................................. ..29 1973 North Carolina .......................... 64 Clemson .................................. ..52 Wake Forest ............................. 51 Duke ......................................... .45 Virginia ..................................... .43 Maryland .................................. .30 NC State ................................. ..20 1974 North Carolina .......................... 63 Clemson .................................. ..51 Duke ......................................... .48 Virginia ..................................... .48 Maryland .................................. .45 Wake Forest ............................. 39 NC State ................................. ..21 1975 North Carolina .......................... 66 Maryland .................................. .56 Duke ......................................... .56 Wake Forest ............................. 43 Virginia ..................................... .35 Clemson .................................. ..32 NC State ................................. ..27 1976 North Carolina .......................... 66 Duke ......................................... .51 Wake Forest ............................. 47 NC State ................................. ..45 Virginia ..................................... .38 Clemson .................................. ..35 Maryland .................................. .33 1977 North Carolina .......................... 61 NC State ................................. ..53 Wake Forest ............................. 49 Duke ......................................... .44 Clemson .................................. ..38 Virginia ..................................... .37 Maryland .................................. .33 1978 NC State ................................. ..58 North Carolina .......................... 58 Clemson .................................. ..50

Duke ......................................... .44 Maryland .................................. .39 Virginia ..................................... .36 Wake Forest ............................. 30 1979 NC State ................................. ..60 Clemson .................................. ..55 Duke ......................................... .49 Virginia ..................................... .48 North Carolina .......................... 43 Wake Forest ............................. 30 Maryland .................................. .30 1980 Clemson .................................. ..73 Wake Forest ............................. 58 NC State ................................. ..48 North Carolina .......................... 45 Virginia ..................................... .33 Duke ......................................... .31 Georgia Tech .......................... ..22 Maryland .................................. .14 1981 Clemson .................................. ..60 Wake Forest ............................. 51 Virginia ..................................... .48 North Carolina .......................... 47 Duke ......................................... .45 NC State ................................. ..41 Maryland .................................. .21 Georgia Tech .......................... ..11 1982 Duke ......................................... .73 Clemson .................................. ..62 North Carolina .......................... 48 Virginia ..................................... .44 Maryland .................................. .31 Wake Forest ............................. 28 NC State ................................. ..21 Georgia Tech .......................... ..17 1983 Clemson ..................................128 Duke ........................................121 North Carolina ........................104 Maryland .................................. .84 Virginia ..................................... .71 Wake Forest ............................. 58 NC State ................................. ..32 Georgia Tech .............................. 5 1984 Clemson ..................................138 Maryland .................................106 North Carolina .......................... 94 Duke ......................................... .89 Virginia ..................................... .66 Wake Forest ............................. 50 Georgia Tech .......................... ..38 NC State ................................. ..17 1985 Clemson ..................................132

Maryland .................................. .98 North Carolina .......................... 96 Georgia Tech .......................... ..90 Duke ......................................... .69 Virginia ..................................... .62 Wake Forest ............................. 49 NC State ................................. ..16 1986 Clemson ................................... 1st Maryland .................................2nd Georgia Tech ...........................3rd Duke ......................................... 4th Wake Forest .......................... ..5th Virginia ................................... ..6th North Carolina ......................... 7th NC State ................................. .8th 1987 Tournament canceled due to rain, champion declared on the basis of regular season finish 1988 Clemson ............................... ... 1st Georgia Tech ..........................2nd Duke .........................................3rd Wake Forest .......................... ..4th Virginia ................................... ..5th North Carolina ......................... 6th Maryland .................................. 7th NC State ................................. .8th 1989 Clemson ............................... ... 1st North Carolina ........................2nd Duke .........................................3rd Virginia ................................... ..4th Georgia Tech .......................... .5th Maryland .................................. 6th Wake Forest .......................... ..7th NC State ................................. .8th 1990 First Round Virginia d. Maryland ................ 5-1 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech . 5-4 Duke d. Wake Forest ............. 6-0 Clemson d. NC State ............. 5-1 Semifinals North Carolina d. Duke ........... 5-3 Clemson d. Virginia ................ 5-4 Finals North Carolina d. Clemson .... 5-3 1991 First Round North Carolina d. Maryland .... 6-0 Georgia Tech d. Virginia ......... 5-3 Clemson d. NC State ............. 6-1 Duke d. Wake Forest ............. 5-4 Semifinals North Carolina d. Georgia Tech .. 5-2 Duke d. Clemson .................... 5-1 Finals Duke d. North Carolina ........... 5-2


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Semifinals Duke d. Florida State ............. 4-2 North Carolina d. Virginia ....... 4-0 Finals Duke d. North Carolina ........... 4-1 1997 First Round NC State d. Maryland ............. 6-0 Second Round Florida State d. North Carolina .. 4-2 Clemson d. Wake Forest ....... 4-0 Duke d. NC State ................... 4-1 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ......... 4-1 Semifinals Clemson d. Florida State ....... 4-2 Duke d. Virginia ...................... 5-0 Finals Clemson d. Duke .................... 4-3 1998 First Round NC State d. Maryland ............. 7-0 Second Round Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-2 North Carolina d. Clemson .... 4-1 Duke d. NC State ................... 4-1 Florida State d. Georgia Tech . 4-1 Semifinals Virginia d. North Carolina ....... 4-2 Duke d. Florida State ............. 4-0 Finals Duke d. Virginia ...................... 4-2 1999 First Round NC State d. Maryland ............. 6-1 Quarterfinals Clemson d. North Carolina .... 4-3 Georgia Tech d. Florida State .. 4-2 Duke d. NC State ................... 4-1 Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-0 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. Clemson ...... 4-1 Duke d. Virginia ...................... 4-0 Finals Duke d. Georgia Tech ............ 4-0 2000 First Round NC State d. Maryland ............. 4-0 Quarterfinals Clemson d. Georgia Tech ...... 5-0 North Carolina d. Wake Forest .... 4-1 Duke d. NC State ................... 5-0 Virginia d. Florida State .......... 4-1 Semifinals North Carolina d. Clemson .... 4-3 Duke d. Virginia ...................... 6-1 Finals Duke d. North Carolina ........... 4-1 2001 First Round

Clemson d. NC State ............. 4-0 Duke d. Maryland ................... 5-0 Quarterfinals Wake Forest d. Florida State ... 4-2 Clemson d. North Carolina .... 4-3 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ......... 4-0 Semifinals Duke d. Wake Forest ............. 4-1 Clemson d. Virginia ................ 4-3 Finals Duke d. Clemson .................... 4-0 2002 First Round Virginia d. Maryland ................ 4-0 Duke d. NC State ................... 4-0 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. Florida State . 4-0 North Carolina d. Virginia ....... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Clemson ....... 4-1 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. Duke ............ 4-0 North Carolina d. Wake Forest .... 4-2 Finals North Carolina d. Georgia Tech .. 4-3 2003 First Round North Carolina d. NC State .... 4-0 Duke d. Maryland ................... 4-0 Quarterfinals Wake Forest d. Virginia .......... 4-0 Clemson d. North Carolina .... 4-1 Florida State d. Georgia Tech . 4-3 Semifinals Duke d. Wake Forest ............. 4-0 Clemson d. Florida State ....... 4-3 Finals Duke d. Clemson .................... 4-1 2004 First Round #8 NC State d. #9 Maryland .. 4-1 Quarterfinals #1 North Carolina d. #8 NC State ... 4-0 #5 Clemson d. #4 Georgia Tech .. 4-3 #2 Virginia d. #7 Florida State . 4-1 #3 Duke d. #6 Wake Forest ... 4-1 Semifinals Clemson d. North Carolina .... 4-2 Virginia d. Duke ...................... 4-0 Finals Virginia d. Clemson ................ 4-3 2005 First Round Miami d. Virginia Tech ............ 4-3 North Carolina d. NC State .... 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Maryland ...... 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Miami ..................... 4-1 Wake Forest d. Clemson ....... 4-3 North Carolina d. Duke ........... 4-2 Florida State d. Georgia Tech . 4-2

Semifinals Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-0 Florida State d. North Carolina .... 4-2 Finals Virginia d. Florida State .......... 4-1 2006 First Round Virginia Tech d. Georgia Tech . 4-3 Florida State d. Boston College . 4-0 Clemson d. NC State ............. 4-3 Wake Forest d. Maryland ....... 4-0 Quarterfinals Duke d. Virginia Tech.............. 4-1 Florida State d. North Carolina . . 4-2 Virginia d. Clemson ................ 5-0 Miami d. Wake Forest ............ 4-3 Semifinals Duke d. Florida State ............. 4-2 Virginia d. Miami ..................... 4-2 Finals Duke d. Virginia ...................... 4-3 2007 First Round Miami d. Georgia Tech ........... 4-3 Clemson d. Boston College ... 4-0 Virginia Tech d. NC State ....... 4-3 Florida State d. Maryland ....... 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Miami ..................... 4-1 Wake Forest d. Clemson ....... 4-2 North Carolina d. Virginia Tech . . 4-2 Florida State d. Duke ............. 4-2 Semifinals Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-0 North Carolina d. Florida State ... 4-3 Finals Virginia d. North Carolina ....... 5-0 2008 First Round NC State d. Georgia Tech ...... 4-3 Virginia Tech d. Clemson ....... 4-3 Miami d. Maryland .................. 4-1 Duke d. Boston College ......... 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. NC State ................ 4-1 Wake Forest d. Virginia Tech .. 4-2 Miami d. North Carolina ......... 4-3 Florida State d. Duke ............. 4-0 Semifinals Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-1 Miami d. Florida State ............ 4-3 Finals Virginia d. Miami ..................... 4-0 2009 First Round North Carolina d. Clemson .... 4-1 Duke d. Boston College ......... 4-0 NC State d. Georgia Tech ...... 4-1 Virginia Tech d. Maryland ....... 4-0 Quarterfinals

Virginia d. North Carolina ....... 4-0 Florida State d. Duke ............. 4-1 Miami d. NC State .................. 4-3 Wake Forest d. Virginia Tech .. 4-3 Semifinals Virginia d. Florida State .......... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Miami ............ 4-2 Finals Virginia d. Wake Forest .......... 4-0 2010 First Round Miami d. NC State .................. 4-1 Virginia Tech d. Boston College . 4-0 Florida State d. Clemson ....... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Maryland ....... 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Miami ..................... 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Virginia Tech . 4-3 Duke d. Florida State ............. 4-0 Wake Forest d. North Carolina ... 4-3 Semifinals Virginia d. Georgia Tech ......... 4-1 Duke d. Wake Forest ............. 4-0 Finals Virginia d. Duke ...................... 4-2 2011 First Round Maryland d. Florida State ....... 4-2 Georgia Tech d. Boston College . 4-0 Wake Forest d. Clemson ....... 4-0 Virginia Tech d. NC State ....... 4-3 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Maryland ................ 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Miami ........... 4-1 North Carolina d. Wake Forest .... 4-0 Duke d. Virginia Tech ............. 4-0 Semifinals Virginia d. Georgia Tech ......... 4-0 Duke d. North Carolina ........... 4-0 Finals Virginia D. Duke ...................... 4-0


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NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament Round of 16 NCAA Tournament Round of 16 NCAA Tournament Round of 16 NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAA Tournament First Round

2011 ITA All-Americans Keri Wong (D), Clemson Lauren McHale (D), North Carolina Josipa Bek (S/D), Clemson Zoe De Bruycker (S), North Carolina Anna Bartenstein (D), Miami Lindsey Hardenbergh (S), Virginia Bianca Eichkorn, (S/D), Miami Shinann Featherston (D), North Carolina

2011 Tournament Most Valuable Player Shinann Featherston, North Carolina

Year by Year Champions 1977 – North Carolina 1978 – North Carolina 1979 – North Carolina 1980 – North Carolina 1981 – Clemson 1982 – Clemson 1983 – Clemson 1984 – Clemson 1985 – Clemson

1986 – Clemson 1987 – Clemson 1988 – Duke 1989 – Duke 1990 – Duke 1991 – Duke 1992 – Duke 1993 – Duke 1994 – Duke

1995 – Duke 1996 – Duke 1997 – Duke 1998 – Duke 1999 – Duke 2000 – Duke 2001 – Duke 2002 – North Carolina 2003 – Duke

2004 – Clemson 2005 – Georgia Tech 2006 – Georgia Tech 2007 – Georgia Tech 2008 – Clemson 2009 – Duke 2010 – Georgia Tech 2011 – North Carolina

2011 ACC Player of the Year • Bianca Eichkorn, Miami 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Brian Kalbas, North Carolina 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Rachel Kahan, Duke 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Bianca Eichkorn, Miami


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Name Yr. Hometown Kelly Barry Jr. Elmhurst, IL Sarah Dalton Fr. Dubuque, IA Katarina Gajic Sr. Toronto, Ontario Ina Kauppila Jr. Espoo, Finland Alex Kelleher Jr. Worcester, MA Olga Khmylev Jr. Buffalo, NY Erina Kikuchi Sr. New York, NY Jessica Wacnik Fr. Orlando Park, IL

Name Yr. Hometown Josipa Bek Sr. Osijek, Croatia Nelly Ciolkowski Jr. Neuilly-Plaisance, France Beatrice Gumulya Fr. Jakarta, Indonesia Monika Kochanova So. Bratislava, Slovakia Romy Kölzer Fr. Betzdorf, Germany Klara Vyskocilova So. Klatovy, Czech Republic Keri Wong Sr. Jackson, MS

Coaches Head Coach - Nigel Bentley Assistant Coach - Katie McNamara Assistant Coach - Cynthia Tow

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Name Yr. Hometown Beatrice Capra Fr. Ellicott City, MD Mary Clayton Jr. Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ester Goldfeld Fr. Brooklyn, NY Monica Gorny Sr. Pietermartizburg, South Africa Rachel Kahan So. Unionville, CT Hanna Mar So. Burr Ridge, IL Annie Mulholland Fr. Portland, OR Monica Turewicz Fr. Lake Forest, IL Coaches Head Coach - Jamie Ashworth Assistant Coach - Marc Spicijaric

FLORIDA STAT E Name Yr. Hometown Daneika Borthwick Fr. Cumbria, England Carolina De los Santos Jr. Montevideo, Uruguay Leyla Erkan Fr. Hilton Head, SC Amy Sargeant Jr. Birmingham, England Noemie Scharle r-Jr. Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg Ruth Seaborne So. London, England Francesca Segarelli Jr. Rome, Italy Casey Simmons Jr. Gainesville, FL Mia Vriens Fr. Sydney, Australia Coaches Head Coach - Jennifer Hyde Associate Head Coach - Oliver Foreman

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Name Yr. Hometown Alex Anghelescu So. Johns Creek, GA Lynn Blau Sr. Koerich, Luxembourg Elizabeth Kilborn Jr. Marietta, GA Caroline Lilley Sr. Portland, OR Jasmine Minor Fr. Mundelein, IL Christina Ngo Sr. Hanoi, Vietnam Jillian O’Neill Sr. Montreal, Canada Muriel Wacker So. Zurich, Switzerland Coaches Head Coach - Bryan Shelton Assistant Coach - Alison Silverio

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MARYLAND Name Yr. Hometown Ana Belzunce Jr. Alcala de Henares, Spain Jordan Hansbrough Sr. Kennesaw, GA Mikele Irazusta Fr. Bahia Blanca, Argentina Welma Luus So. Pretoria, South Africa Eleonore Paillaud Jr. Neuilly Sur Seine, France Cristina Stancu So. Constanta, Romania Vroni Van Berlo Jr. Erp, Netherlands Coaches Head Coach - Dianne Matias Assistant Coach - Randy De Guzman

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Name Yr. Hometown Monique Albuquerque So. Porto Alegre, Brazil Anna Bartenstein Sr. Graz, Austria Melissa Bolivar So. Barranquilla, Colombia Brittany Dubins So. North Miami Beach, FL Lina Lileikite Fr. Liepaja, Latvia Gabriela Mejia Sr. Cali, Colombia Liat Zimmerman Fr. Yehud, Israel

Name Yr. Hometown Zoe De Bruycker Jr. Saratoga, CA Shinann Featherston Sr. Rockaway Park, NY Haley Hemm Sr. Menlo Park, CA Tessa Lyons So. Wallingford, PA Lauren McHale Jr. Englewood Cliffs, NJ Caroline Price Fr. Duluth, GA Laura Slater So. Frimley, England Gina Suarez-Malaguti Jr. Pembroke Pines, FL Jennifer Stone Sr. Greensboro, NC

Coaches Head Coach - Paige Yaroshuk-Tews Assistant Coach - Alex Santos

Coaches Head Coach - Brian Kalbas Assistant Coach - Sara Anundsen Volunteer Assistant - Max Norris


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NC S TAT E Name Yr. Hometown Elisha Hande Fr. Cheltenham, England Tatiana Illova Jr. Povazska, Slovakia Joelle Kissell So. Hostetter, PA Nicole Martinez Fr. Quito, Ecuador Ashley Miller Sr. Montgomery, NY Sophie Nelson Fr. Southampton, England Christy Sipes So. Gig Harbor, WA Chloe Smith Jr. Naples, FL Coaches Head Coach - Hans Olsen Assistant Coach - Susanne Depka Volunteer Assistant Coach - Gerald Depka

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Name Yr. Hometown Marjorie Baker So. Washington, DC Emily Fraser Sr. Rye, NY Maria Fuccillo Jr. Rockville, MD Lindsey Hardenbergh Sr. Fairfax Station, VA Molly O’Koniewski Fr. Hilton Head Island, SC Caryssa Peretz So. Cherry Hill, NJ Clare Spooner So. Williamsburg, VA Hana Tomljanovic Jr. Boca Raton, FL Erin Vierra Jr. Norwell, MA Li Xi So. Kunming City, China

Name Yr. Hometown Shannon Betts Sr. Newnan, GA Martha Blakely Sr. Reading, PA Katie Blow Sr. Richmond, VA Megan Conley Jr. Knoxville, TN Tea Ivanovic So. Anterwerpen, Belgium Carol Kahoun Fr. Visp, Switzerland Emily Lauten Jr. Marietta, GA Isel Martinez-Marcos So. Esparreguera, Spain Courtney Rauscher Sr. Evans, GA

Coaches Head Coach - Mark Guilbeau Assistant Coach - Troy Porco

Coaches Head Coach - Terry Ann Zawacki-Woods Assistant Coach - Freddy Gomez

WAK E FOREST Name Yr. Hometown Brigita Bercyte So. Brooklyn, NY Ryann Cutillo Sr. Kings Park, NY Kayla Duncan Sr. Winston-Salem, NC Karen Forman Fr. Del Mar, CA Anna Mydlowska Sr. Warsaw, Poland Catherine Roach Jr. Columbia, SC Rebecca Siegler Fr. Boca Raton, FL Kathryn Talbert Jr. Mooresville, NC Coaches Head Coach - Jeff Wyshner Assistant Coach - Andy Roland

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Women’s Tennis :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1977 North Carolina ........................................ 62 Clemson ................................................. 56 Virginia ................................................. ..55 Duke ................................................ .......53 Wake Forest ........................................... 38 Maryland ................................................ 29 NC State ................................................. 22 1978 North Carolina ........................................ 62 Virginia ................................................. ..55 Clemson ................................................. 49 Duke ................................................. ......49 Maryland ........................................ ........38 NC State ................................................. 32 Wake Forest ........................................ ...30 1979 North Carolina ........................................ 62 Clemson ................................................. 55 Virginia ................................................. ..54 Duke ................................................ .......51 Wake Forest ........................................ ...37 Maryland ................................................ 29 NC State ................................................. 27

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1981 Clemson ................................................. 62 North Carolina ........................................ 54 Duke ................................................ .......40 Wake Forest ........................................ ...30 Virginia ................................................. ..26 Maryland ........................................ ........25 NC State ................................................. 14 1983 Clemson ........................................ .......124 North Carolina .............................. ........105 Duke ................................................. ......83 Virginia ................................................. ..62 Wake Forest ........................................ ...50 Maryland ........................................ ........40 NC State ................................................. 40 1984 Clemson ........................................ .......138 North Carolina .............................. ........122 Duke ................................................. ......96 Virginia ................................................. ..78 Maryland ................................................ 75 Wake Forest ........................................ ...55 NC State ................................................. 27 Georgia Tech ........................................ ..23

1985 Clemson ........................................ .......128 North Carolina ............................. .........119 Duke ................................................ .......96 Maryland ................................................ 88 Wake Forest ........................................ ...66 Virginia ................................................. ..56 NC State ................................................. 43 Georgia Tech ........................................ ..16 1986 First Round Duke d. Georgia Tech .......................... 9-0 NC State d. Virginia ............................. 5-4 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 6-3 Clemson d. Wake Forest ..................... 8-1 Second Round Duke d. NC State ................................. 8-1 Wake Forest d. Maryland ..................... 6-3 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ....................... 7-2 Clemson d North Carolina ................... 9-0 Final Round 7th - Maryland d. Georgia Tech ........... 7-2 5th - Wake Forest d. Virginia ............... 5-4 3rd - North Carolina d. NC State ......... 7-2 1st - Clemson d. Duke ......................... 8-1 1987 First Round Clemson d. Virginia .............................. 6-3 Wake Forest d. NC State ..................... 6-3 Duke d. Maryland ................................. 8-1 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ........... 7-2 Second Round NC State d. Georgia Tech .................... 7-2 Virginia d. Maryland ............................. 5-4 Wake Forest d. North Carolina ............ 5-4 Clemson d. Duke ................................. 7-2 Final Round 7th - Maryland d. Georgia Tech ........... 5-4 5th - Virginia d. NC State ..................... 6-3 3rd - Duke d. North Carolina ................ 5-1 1st - Clemson d. Wake Forest.............. 7-2 1988 First Round Virginia d. North Carolina ..................... 5-4 Wake Forest d. Maryland ..................... 7-2 Duke d. Georgia Tech .......................... 6-3 Clemson d. NC State ........................... 7-2 Second Round North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ........... 5-4 Maryland d. NC State .......................... 7-2 Duke d. Virginia .................................... 9-0 Wake Forest d. Clemson ..................... 7-2 1989 First Round North Carolina d. Wake Forest ............ 6-3 Virginia d. Maryland ............................. 6-3 Duke d. NC State ................................. 7-2 Clemson d. Georgia Tech .................... 7-2 Second Round Wake Forest d. NC State ..................... 5-4 Maryland d. Georgia Tech .................... 6-3

Virginia d. Clemson .............................. 5-4 Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 6-3 Third Round 7th - Georgia Tech d. NC State ............ 8-1 5th - Wake Forest d. Maryland ............ 5-4 3rd - North Carolina d. Clemson .......... 5-4 1st - Duke d. Virginia ............................ 5-4 1990 First Round Duke d. Virginia .................................... 6-0 Wake Forest d. Georgia Tech .............. 5-2 Clemson d. NC State ........................... 6-0 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 6-0 Semifinals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 6-2 Clemson d. North Carolina .................. 5-4 Finals Duke d. Clemson ................................. 5-1 1991 First Round North Carolina d. Virginia ..................... 5-3 Clemson d. NC State ........................... 6-0 Wake Forest d. Georgia Tech .............. 5-1 Duke d. Maryland ................................. 6-0 Semifinals Clemson d. North Carolina .................. 5-4 Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 6-2 Finals Duke d. Clemson ................................. 6-0 1992 First Round Georgia Tech d. Maryland .................... 5-2 Second Round Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 6-0 Wake Forest d. NC State ..................... 5-1 North Carolina d. Clemson .................. 6-0 Duke d. Georgia Tech .......................... 5-1 Semifinals Wake Forest d. Florida State ........... ...... 5Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 5-1 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 6-0 1993 First Round NC State d. Maryland .......................... 6-0 Second Round Florida State d. North Carolina ............ 5-4 Clemson d. Georgia Tech .................... 6-0 Virginia d. Wake Forest ........................ 5-2 Duke d. NC State ................................. 6-0 Semifinals Clemson d. Florida State ..................... 7-2 Duke d. Virginia .................................... 5-1 Finals Duke d. Clemson ................................. 5-2 1994 First Round Georgia Tech d. Maryland .................... 5-2 Second Round Florida State d. NC State ..................... 5-1

Clemson d. North Carolina .................. 5-2 Wake Forest d. Virginia ........................ 6-2 Duke d. Georgia Tech .......................... 6-0 Semifinals Florida State d. Clemson ..................... 5-3 Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 6-0 Finals Duke d. Florida State ........................... 5-0 1995 First Round Maryland d. Georgia Tech .................... 5-2 Second Round Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 5-3 Wake Forest d. North Carolina ............ 5-0 Duke d. Maryland ................................. 6-0 NC State d. Clemson ........................... 5-4 Semifinals Wake Forest d. Florida State ............... 5-2 Duke d. NC State ................................. 5-0 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 5-4 1996 First Round NC State d. Georgia Tech .................... 6-3 Second Round Clemson d. Maryland ........................... 5-0 Wake Forest d. North Carolina ............ 5-0 Duke d. NC State ................................. 5-0 Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 5-3 Semifinals Wake Forest d. Clemson ..................... 5-4 Duke d. Florida State ........................... 6-0 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 5-0 1997 First Round NC State d. Virginia ............................. 5-0 Second Round Florida State d. Georgia Tech .............. 5-1 Wake Forest d. Clemson ..................... 5-0 Duke d. NC State ................................. 5-0 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 5-4 Semifinals Wake Forest d. Florida State ............... 5-1 Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 6-0 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 5-2 1998 First Round Florida State d. North Carolina ............ 7-2 Second Round NC State d. Clemson ........................... 5-4 Wake Forest d. Georgia Tech .............. 5-1 Duke d. Florida State ........................... 5-0 Maryland d. Virginia ............................. 5-1 Semifinals Wake Forest d. NC State ..................... 5-0 Duke d. Maryland ................................. 5-0 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 5-2


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2001 First Round Clemson d. NC State ........................... 4-2 Duke d. Maryland ................................. 4-0 Quarterfinals Florida State d. Georgia Tech .............. 4-2 Wake Forest d. Clemson ..................... 4-0 Virginia d. North Carolina ..................... 4-3 Semifinals Duke d. Florida State ........................... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Virginia ........................ 4-1 Finals Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 4-1 2002 First Round Duke d. NC State ................................. 4-0 Florida State d. Maryland ..................... 4-3 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. Clemson .................... 4-3 Wake Forest d. Virginia ........................ 4-0 North Carolina d. Florida State ............ 4-3 Semifinals Duke d. Georgia Tech .......................... 4-2 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ............ 4-1 Finals North Carolina d. Duke ........................ 4-3 2003 First Round Wake Forest d. Maryland ..................... 4-1 Duke d. NC State ................................. 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Georgia Tech ....................... 4-3 Clemson d. Wake Forest ..................... 4-1

North Carolina d. Florida State ............ 4-0 Semifinals Duke d. Virginia .................................... 4-0 North Carolina d. Clemson .................. 4-0 Finals Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 4-2 2004 First Round Maryland d. NC State .......................... 4-0 Quarterfinals Clemson d. Maryland ........................... 4-0 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ........... 4-1 Duke d. Virginia .................................... 4-0 Florida State d. Wake Forest ............... 4-2 Semifinals Clemson d. North Carolina................... 4-1 Duke d. Florida State ........................... 4-1 Finals Clemson d. Duke ................................. 4-2 2005 First Round Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 4-3 Duke d. NC State ................................. 4-0 Wake Forest d. Virginia Tech ............... 4-0 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. Florida State .............. 4-1 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 4-0 Miami d. Duke ...................................... 4-1 Clemson d. Wake Forest ..................... 4-1 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ........... 4-2 Miami d. Clemson ................................ 4-3 Finals Georgia Tech d. Miami ......................... 4-3 2006 First Round NC State d. Maryland .......................... 4-0 North Carolina d. Boston College ............ 4-0 Wake Forest d. Florida State ............... 4-1 Virginia d. Virginia Tech ........................ 4-0 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. NC State .................... 4-0 Clemson d. North Carolina .................. 4-1 Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 4-0 Miami d. Virginia ................................... 4-0 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. Clemson .................... 4-1 Miami d. Duke ...................................... 4-2 Finals Georgia Tech d. Miami ......................... 4-1 2007 First Round Virginia d. NC State ............................. 4-2 Duke d. Virginia Tech ........................... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Maryland ..................... 4-0 Florida State d. Boston College ........... 4-0 Quarterfinals Clemson d. Virginia .............................. 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Duke .......................... 4-0

North Carolina d. Wake Forest ............ 4-0 Miami d. Florida State .......................... 4-3 Semifinals Miami d. Clemson ................................ 4-3 Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ........... 4-2 Finals Georgia Tech d. Miami ......................... 4-1 2008 First Round NC State d. Wake Forest ..................... 4-3 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 4-0 Virginia d. Virginia Tech ........................ 4-2 Florida State d. Boston College ........... 5-0 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. NC State .................... 4-0 Clemson d. North Carolina .................. 4-2 Duke d. Virginia .................................... 4-1 Florida State d. Miami .......................... 4-2 Semifinals Clemson d. Georgia Tech .................... 4-1 Duke d. Florida State ........................... 4-2 Finals Clemson d. Duke ................................. 4-3 2009 First Round Wake Forest d. Virginia Tech ............... 4-1 Florida State d. NC State ..................... 4-0 Virginia d. Boston College ................... 4-1 North Carolina d. Maryland .................. 4-0 Quarterfinals Miami d. Wake Forest .......................... 4-0 Florida State d. Georgia Tech .............. 4-3 Duke d. Virginia .................................... 4-0 North Carolina d. Clemson .................. 4-2 Semifinals Miami d. Florida State .......................... 4-0 Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 4-2 Finals Duke d. Miami ...................................... 4-3 2010 First Round Wake Forest d. NC State ..................... 4-2 Florida State d. Maryland ..................... 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Virginia Tech .............. 4-1 Virginia d. Boston College ................... 4-0 Quarterfinals North Carolina d. Wake Forest ............ 4-0 Florida State d. Duke ........................... 4-2 Georgia Tech d. Miami ......................... 4-3 Clemson d. Virginia .............................. 4-2 Semifinals North Carolina d. Florida State ............ 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Clemson .................... 4-2 Finals Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ........... 4-3 2011 First Round NC State d. Boston College ................. 4-0 Florida State d. Wake Forest ............... 4-0

Georgia Tech d. Maryland .................... 4-1 Clemson d. Virginia Tech ..................... 4-1 Quarterfinals Duke d. NC State ................................. 4-3 Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 4-3 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ........... 4-1 Miami d. Clemson ................................ 4-1 Semifinals Florida State d. Duke ........................... 4-3 North Carolina d. Miami ....................... 4-2 Finals North Carolina d. Florida State ............ 4-3 2010 First Round Miami d. NC State ................................ 4-1 Virginia Tech d. Boston College ........... 4-0 Florida State d. Clemson ..................... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Maryland ..................... 4-0 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Miami ................................... 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Virginia Tech .............. 4-3 Duke d. Florida State ........................... 4-0 Wake Forest d. North Carolina ............ 4-3 Semifinals Virginia d. Georgia Tech ....................... 4-1 Duke d. Wake Forest ........................... 4-0 Finals Virginia d. Duke .................................... 4-2 2011 First Round Maryland d. Florida State ..................... 4-2 Georgia Tech d. Boston College .......... 4-0 Wake Forest d. Clemson ..................... 4-0 Virginia Tech d. NC State ..................... 4-3 Quarterfinals Virginia d. Maryland ............................. 4-0 Georgia Tech d. Miami ......................... 4-1 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ............ 4-0 Duke d. Virginia Tech ........................... 4-0 Semifinals Virginia d. Georgia Tech ....................... 4-0 Duke d. North Carolina ........................ 4-0 Finals Virginia D. Duke ................................... 4-0


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Donte Nall, North Carolina Parker Smith, North Carolina Mateo Sossah, North Carolina Adams Abdulrazaaq, Virginia Robby Andrews, Virginia Andy Fahringer, Virginia Brett Johnson, Virginia Ronnie Black, Virginia Tech Joe Davis, Virginia Tech Hasheem Halim, Virginia Tech Hunter Hall, Virginia Tech Michael Hammond, Virginia Tech Marcel Lomnicky, Virginia Tech Denis Mahmic, Virginia Tech Matthias Treff, Virginia Tech David Wilson, Virginia Tech Alexander Ziegler, Virginia Tech

2011 ACC Most Valuable Performer – Track • Maurice Mitchell, Florida State 2011 ACC Most Valuable Performer – Field • Ngoni Makusha, Florida State 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Bob Braman, Florida State 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Anthony Kostelac, Virginia 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Ciaran O’Lionaird, Florida State

Year by Year Champions 1954 – Maryland 1955 – North Carolina 1956 – Maryland 1957 – Maryland 1958 – Maryland 1959 – Maryland 1960 – Maryland 1961 – Maryland 1962 – Maryland 1963 – Maryland 1964 – Maryland 1965 – Maryland 1966 – Maryland 1967 – Maryland 1968 – Maryland

1969 – Maryland 1970 – Maryland 1971 – Maryland 1972 – Maryland 1973 – Maryland 1974 – Maryland 1975 – Maryland 1976 – Maryland 1977 – Maryland 1978 – Maryland 1979 – Maryland 1980 – Clemson 1981 – Maryland 1982 – NC State Clemson

2011 NCAA Championship Team Results 2. Florida State 5. Virginia Tech T25. Virginia T34. Duke T38. Clemson 40. North Carolina T46. Maryland

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1983 – NC State 1984 – NC State 1985 – NC State 1986 – NC State 1987 – NC State 1988 – NC State 1989 – Clemson 1990 – Clemson 1991 – Clemson 1992 – North Carolina 1993 – Clemson 1994 – North Carolina 1995 – North Carolina 1996 – NC State 1997 – Clemson

1998 – Clemson 1999 – North Carolina 2000 – Clemson 2001 – Clemson 2002 – Florida State 2003 – Florida State 2004 – Clemson 2005 – Florida State 2006 – Florida State 2007 – Florida State 2008 – Florida State 2009 – Florida State Virginia 2010 – Florida State 2011 – Florida State

2011 ACC Championship Team Totals 1. Florida State 2. Virginia Tech 3. North Carolina 4. Clemson 5. Duke 6. Virginia 7. NC State 8. Wake Forest 9. Miami 10. Maryland 11. Georgia Tech 12. Boston College

174.5 153.5 112.5 89 86.5 67 50 38 21 20 5 0

2 011 AC C In di vi dua l C ha mpi on s: * AC C Meet Reco rd 100-Meter Dash Ngoni Makusha Florida State *6.62 200-Meter Dash Maurice Mitchell Florida State *20.19 400-Meter Dash Brandon O’Connor Florida State 45.89 800-Meter Run Anthony Kostelac Virginia 1:49.02 1,500-Meter Run Ciaran O’Lionaird Florida State *3:40.69 3,000-Meter Run Ryan McDermott Duke 8:45.42 5,000-Meter Run Ciaran O’Lionaird Florida State *13:52.11 10,000-Meter Run Ryan Hill NC State 29:39.56 110-Meter Hurdles Devon Hill Miami 13.66 400-Meter Hurdles Reynaldo Radlin North Carolina 51.89 4x100-Meter Relay Florida State 39.61 (David Ambler, Ngoni Makusha, Maurice Mitchell, Kemar Hyman) 4x400-Meter Relay Clemson 3:07.17 (Justin Murdock, Miller Moss, Jordan Rispress, La’Mont Jackson) High Jump Dwight Barbiasz Maryland 6-11.5 Long Jump Ngoni Makusha Florida State 25-4 Triple Jump Hasheem Halim, Virginia Tech 52-10 Pole Vault Jared Jodon Virginia Tech 17-2.75 Shot Put Alex Padgett Clemson 59-0.75 Discus Throw Michael Putman Florida State 187-11 Hammer Throw Marcel Lomnicky Virginia Tech *248-10 Javelin Matthias Treff Virginia Tech 239-6 Decathlon Mateo Sossah North Carolina 7,773 Points


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Matthew Adetula Burke Ashenden Anthony Bellitti Jon Bogosian Akash Chougule Shane Constantine Pat Daly Connor Downey Jose Estevez Collin Fedor Tim Ferris Kellen Foley James Fox James Glover Jordan Hamm Jack Hennessy Daniel Kane Nahed Lakkis Jack Linehan Richard Lucas Kellen MacDonald Michael Mahoney Greg Malloy Joseph McConaughy John McDonald Kyle Nelson James Newhouse Bradley Noss Connor O’Neill Sidesh Sachithananthan Louis Serafini Jack Shannon Brian Smith Joseph Stuart Ross Taylor Anthony Tripodi Jonathan Vaughn Brian Wolff

Jameel Abdul-Mateen Spencer Adams Elijah Britton Marcus Brown Shai Carpenter T.J. Christy C.J. Davidson James Dwyer Warren Fraser Nathan Hendershot La’Mont Jackson Kevin Ketner Martin Maloney Ryan Mangone Marcus Maxey Ty McCormack Justin Murdock Aaron Ramirez Jaron Roberson Will Robinson Charlton Rolle Chris Slate Scott Stanley Cory Thalheimer Tim Tyler Torian Ware Jeffrey Willis

Justin Amezquita Tanner Anderson Brian Atkinson Michael Barbas Curtis Beach Wylan Bernitt Stephen Boals Christian Britto Andrew Brodeur Austin Carpenter Stephen Castiglione Stephen Clark Domenick DeMatteo Greg Dixon Caleb Duncanson Guillermo Echarte Joseph Elsakr Phil Fairleigh Henry Farley Austin Gamble Alec Klassen James Kostelnik Michael Krone Thomas Lang Will Leister Matt Marriott Nate McClafferty Clint McKelvey Kyle Moran Mike Moverman Terrence Neal Morgan Pearson Spencer Pecha Brendon Pierson Anthony Pollizzi Ben Raskin Zach Robertshaw Dominick Robinson Ian Rock Brian Schoepfer Tony Shirk Kyler Shumway Dan Summers Lucas Talavan-Becker Shaun Thompson

Coaches

Sr. Fr. So. Gr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Director and Head Coach - Matt Kerr Assistant Coach - John Buckley Assistant Coach - Jill Kerr Assistant Coach - Tim Ritchie

Ft. Lauderdale, FL Wilmette, IL Basking Ridge, NJ Boylston, MA East Greenwich, RI Ballston Spa, NY New Canaan, CT Mattapoisett, MA Miami, FL Wheaton, IL Berwyn, PA Laguna Niguel, CA Albany, NY Clifton Park, NY Java City, NY Wesport, CT Tappan, NY West Roxbury, MA Crested Butte, CO Glendale, CA Falmouth, ME Weymouth, MA Marlton, NJ Seattle, WA Westwood, MA Sparta, NJ Altadena, CA Apple Valley, CA Andover, MA Hicksville, NY Niskayuna, NY Powell, OH Woburn, MA Shipman, VA Wayne, PA Cliffside Park, NJ Canton, MA Philadelphia, PA

Coaches

Fr. r-Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. r-So. Fr. r-Jr. Jr. Jr. r-Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. r-Sr. Gr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So.

Covington, GA Charlotte, NC El Paso, TX Gaithersburg, MD Mauldin, SC Wauseon, OH Clemson, SC Dunwoody, GA Nassau, Bahamas Pendleton, IN Winston-Salem, NC Fort Mill, SC Apple Valley, MN Pittsburgh, PA Athens, GA Gainesville, GA Pasadena, MD Piedmont, SC Atlanta, GA Chadds Ford, PA Winston-Salem, NC Wilmington, DE Indianapolis, IN Hopkinton, MA Mt. Pleasant, SC Crawfordville, GA Canastota, NY

Director of Track and Field - Lawrence Johnson Assistant Coach - Tim Hall Assistant Coach - Brad Herbster Assistant Coach - Mario Wilson Assistant Coach - Shawn Cobey Assistant Coach - Tamara Ards Graduate Assistant - Anne Powell

Coaches

So. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr.

Director of Track and Field - Norm Ogilvie Associate Head Coach - Kevin Jermyn Associate Head Coach - Shawn Wilbourn Assistant Coach - B.J. Linnenbrink Assistant Coach - Patrick Wales-Dinan Assistant Coach - Jan Ogilvie Volunteer Assistant Coach - Aaron Campbell

Mountainside, NJ Valdese, NC Melbourne Beach, FL Houston, TX Albuquerque, NM Palm Harbor, FL Loomis, CA Orinda, CA Brick, NJ Saddle River, NJ East Brunswick, NJ Salt Lake City, UT Dix Hills, NY Louisa, VA Scarsdale, NY Miami Beach, FL Daytona Beach, FL Cary, IL Indianapolis, IN Weston, FL Lilbourn, GA Los Angeles, CA Berwyn, PA Royersford, PA Upper Arlington, OH Westport, CT Wernersville, PA Maryville, TN Glenside, PA Easton, MA Bushnell, FL New Vernon, NJ Gillette, WY Wall, NJ Fort Meyers, FL Summit, NJ Marshfield, MA Gillette, WY Davis, CA Princeton Junction, NJ Phoenixville, PA Cottonwood, ID Niwot, CO South San Francisco, CA Baldwinsville, NY

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Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Marc Akbar David Ambler Trevor Andrews Gonzalo Barroilhet Ronald Bolden Matthew Boone William Bridges Stefan Brits Jacob Brooks Justin Byrd Dominick Cabrera Cameron Davis AJ del Valle David Forrester Mike Fout Darrin Gibson Terril Gibson Tremaine Grant John Grellner Kemar Hyman Maxwell Hyman Charles Janson John Kennedy Andrew LaHaye David Lhamonie Dentarius Locke Colin Lynch Paul Madzivire Drew Marcello Daniel Millay Maurice Mitchell Pablo Navarrete Stephen Newbold Breanden O Neill Brandon O’Connor Seth Proctor Michael Putman Sean Quinn Wesley Rickman Gleb Rudenko Daniel Salgado Kieran Showler-Davis Markindey Sineus Garrett Singletary Chris Snow Harrison Stierwalt Malachi Tatum Rachmil van Lamoen Horatio Williams Phillip Young Jakub Zivec

Patrick Barron Saxon Bartsch Douglas Black Mykhail Chambers Hunter Clasen Alec Clifford Paul DeVito Christian Erdman Nat Estes Zack Fanelty Joe Fulton Adonis Gaines Jonathan Gardner Wyatt Gouldthorpe Jeremy Greenwald Scott Greer Austen Gutierrez Obiandu Igwe Perron Jones Nikita Kirillov Billy Koskiewicz Brandon Lasater Niall Longobardi Brandon Mbaba Antonio McKay Jr. D.J. McMillan Omar Morrison Austin O’Connell Glenn Powell Eric Powers Cameron Reid Shawn Roberts Rick Scheff Michael Simms Joseph Stowe Chas Thomason Aaron Unterberger Justin Weaver Jeremy Wegener William White

Chris Brown Pat Cole John Davenport Dareem David Shawn David Theo Dorsman Brian Faherty Josh Finkle Kyle Graves Josh Haghighi Floyd Hawkes Jon Hill Sumanth Kuppalli Terrence Maliff Craig Morgan Mamadou Niang Sean O’Leary Chris Parker Cory Puffett Kikanae Punyua Zack Ray Nick Regan Trey Sherman Tyler Stump Tyler Tate Calvin Wheeler Alex Willett

Coaches

Head Coach - Bob Braman Associate Head Coach - Harlis Meaders Assistant Coach - Dennis Nobles Assistant Coach - Devin West Assistant Coach - Ken Harnden Assistant Coach - Karen Harvey

r-So. Jr. r-Jr. Gr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. r-Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. r-Jr. Jr. r-So. Jr. r-So. Sr. Sr. So. r-So. r-Jr. r-Jr. r-So. r-Fr. So. r-So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. r-Jr. Sr. Sr. r-So. Jr. r-Fr. So. Fr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Fr. r-So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So.

Palm Coast, FL Christchurch, New Zealand Titusville, FL Santiago, Chile Key West, FL Tallahassee, FL Orlando, FL Cape Town, South Africa Ft. Myers, FL Lauderhill, FL Miami, FL Fleming Island, FL Miami, FL Billinge, United Kingdom LaPorte, IN Tampa, FL Tampa, FL Fort Lauderdale, FL Tampa, FL George Town, Cayman Islands George Town, Cayman Islands Sarasota, FL Orlando, FL Orlando, FL West Palm Beach, FL Tampa, FL Jacksonville, FL Harare, Zimbabwe Coral Springs, FL Orlando, FL Kansas City, MO Santiago, Chile Nassau, Bahamas Sandymount, Ireland Miami, FL Orlando, FL Miami, FL Punta Gorda, FL Peyton, CO Hollywood, FL Southwest Ranches, FL Winchester, United Kingdom Lecanto, FL Tampa, FL Wilmington, NC Tallahassee, FL Apopka, FL Willemstad, Curacao Oxford, MS Key West, FL Litomerice, Czech Republic

Coaches

Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

Head Coach - Grover Hinsdale Assistant Coach - Alan Drosky Assistant Coach - Nat Page Assistant Coach - Viktor Kirillov

Annandale, VA Melbourne, Australia Cary, NC Urbana, IL Tampa, FL Acworth, GA Manassas, VA Marietta, GA Kennesaw, GA Virginia Beach, VA Marietta, GA New York, NY Chicago, IL Fairport, NY Chesapeake, VA Charlottesville, VA Atlanta, GA Marietta, GA Augusta, GA Atlanta, GA Geneva,IL Perry, GA Suwanee, GA Atlanta, GA Roswell, GA Alpharetta, GA Jonesboro, GA Kennesaw, GA Indianapolis, IN Mt. Pleasant, SC Douglasville, GA Centerville, OH Atlanta, GA Lawrenceville, GA Atlanta, GA Dalton, GA Snellville, GA Talking Rock, GA Jacksonville, FL Covington, GA

Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Coaches Head Coach - Andrew Valmon Assistant Coach - Desmond Dunham Assistant Coach - Denielle Siebert Assistant Coach - Frank Costello Assistant Coach - Roland Desonier Volunteer Coach - James Graham

Silver Spring, MD Hasbrouck Heights, NJ Baltimore, MD Abington, PA Diego Martin, Trinidad Elkton, MD Greenbelt, MD Waldorf, MD Silver Spring, MD Roslyn Heights, NY Baltimore, MD Walkersville, MD Perry Hall, MD Wall, NJ Clarksburg, MD Pretoria, South Africa Rockville, MD North Bellmore, NY Hyattsville, MD Nairobi, Kenya Huntingtown, MD Bethesda, MD Cincinnati, OH Catonsville, MD Wilmington, DE Baltimore, MD Bethesda, MD


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Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Connor Adams Kieron Anthony John Barden Christian Cook Douglas Dourado Bassim El-Sabawi Luke Fontaine Evan Hadrick Devon Hill Innocent Jacob JaCee Jarnagin Davin Johnson Jason Johnson Greg Kaczka David Kuhrt Brian Laskowski Garrett Nygren Sean Petty Sean Pezzulo Austin Rector AJ Ricketts William Schefer Isaiah Simmons Richard Tema William Waldon Matthew Wilson

Mohamed Abushouk Jheranie Boyd Devon Carter Nolan Cobb Kyle Cranston Alex Cremer Adam Cunningham Adam Curry Chris DiLorenzo Jack Driggs Gratton Fisher Jeremy Gerlach Christopher Graves Arthur Hicks Scott Houston Joe Hutchinson Michael Jacobs Kwabena Keene Braedon Koerwitz Matus Kriska Javonte Lipsey Steve Magnuson Dylan Moore Scott Morgan Phillip Morris Dan Mykityshyn Bryan Noreen Clayton Parros Emory Parsons Chadd Pierce Isaac Presson Reynaldo Radlin Ryan Ramsey John Raneri Peter Rehder Patrick Schellberg Roy Smith Sean Sutton Matthew Valeriani Ryan Walling O’Neal Wanliss Brenden White Blake Williams

Bobby Andrews Kwame Boatwright Steven Bollinger Patrick Campbell Andrew Colley Dorian Crawford Graham Crawford Gregory Dame Emmanuel Davis Martin DeFrancesco Daniel Fretz Trey Geiger John Harwell Adam Henken Ryan Hill Brian Himelright Kris Kornegay-Gober Mitch Mallory Rueben Malone Michael Mansy Carl Marant Andrew McCullen Lewis McPherson Bobby Mintz Bobby Moldovan Tobais Palmer Grant Pearce Cody Pelliccioni Kevin Permenter Jule Rich Sandy Roberts James Robinson Matt Schick Vibushan Sivakumaran Matt Sonnenfeldt Bryan Spreitzer Nathaniel Williams John Wolfe

MI AM I So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. r-Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr.

Coaches Director and Head Coach - Amy Deem Associate Head Coach - Calvin Robinson Assistant Coach - Damon Griffiths Assistant Coach - Cheree Hicks Assistant Coach - Veronica Rodriguez

Flower Mound, TX St. Augustine, Trinidad Nashville, TN Houston, TX Sao Paulo, Brazil San Diego, CA Augusta, ME Norristown, PA Trenton, NJ Wood River Junction, RI Holcomb, KS Southampton, NJ Oswego, IL Glen Allen, VA Hunterdon, NJ Mantua, NJ Albuquerque, NM Germantown, TN Saratoga Springs, NY Keller, TX Pensacola, FL North Shore, NY Woodbridge, VA Miami, FL West Palm Beach, FL Longmeadow, MA

Coaches

So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Director and Head Coach - Dennis Craddock Associate Head Coach - Josh Langley Assistant Coach - Ryan Vanhoy Assistant Coach - Davian Clarke Assistant Coach - Andrew Dubs Assistant Coach - Adam Smith Volunteer Assistant Coach - Addie Bracy

Cary, NC Gastonia, NC Sewell, NJ Farmville, NC Goulburn, New South Wales Mills River, NC Encino, CA Newark, DE West Orange, NJ Elmhurst, IL Charlotte, NC Chapel Hill, NC Reidsville, NC Solon, Ohio Oak Ridge, NC Bowerhill, Melksham New Brunswick, Canada Turnersville, NJ Concord, NC Trnava, Slovakia Portage, MI Oro Valley, AZ Somersworth, NH Clemmons, NC Salem, VA. Holmdel, NJ Apex, NC Bloomfield, NJ East Green Bush, NY Solon, Ohio Asheville, NC Stafford, VA Louisville, KY New Fairfield, CT Cary, NC Morristown, NJ Miami, FL Upper Marlboro, MD Cedar Run, NJ Cary, NC Atlanta, GA Asheville, NC Durham, NC

Coaches

r-So. r-Jr. r-So. r-Jr. r-So. So. Fr. r-Sr. r-Sr. Fr. Jr. r-Fr. Fr. Sr. r-Jr. r-Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Fr. r-Jr. Fr. r-Sr. r-Jr. r-Jr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. r-Sr. Sr. r-Fr. Fr. r-So. r-Fr. r-So. r-Fr.

Head Coach - Rollie Geiger Assistant Coach - Chris Coleman Assistant Coach - Laurie Henes Assistant Coach - Chris Seaton Assistant Coach - Tom Wood Assistant Coach - Michael Young

Wading River, NY Durham, NC Charlotte, NC Mooresville, NC Williamsburg, VA Cary, NC Burlington, NC Winston-Salem, NC Cameron, NC Greensboro, NC Battleboro, NC Raleigh, NC Asheville, NC Catharpin, VA Hickory, NC Cuyahoga Falls, OH Washington, DC Raleigh, NC Lillington, NC Johnson City, TN Raleigh, NC Oak Hill, VA Richmond, VA Cary, NC Fort Wayne, IN Pittsboro, NC Willow Springs, NC Morgantown, WV High Point, NC Cumberland, VA Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC Cuyahoga Falls, OH Knoxville, TN Cary, NC Newport, NC Tryon, NC

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Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Mark Amirault Kevin Anding Matthew Armentrout Devin Brewer Jake Brown Ozzie Bryan Brandon Burton Vincenzo Chiariello David Cotton Tommy Devita Andrew Fahringer Patrick Farmer Christopher Foley Dan Folger Thomas Fuson Taylor Gilland Payton Hazzard Nathaniel Hermseier TJ Hobart Drequan Hoskey Brett Johnson Sean Keveren Kyle King Anthony Kostelac Zack Larrabee Christian Lavorgna Bryan Lewis Tom Marcucci Leo McLaughlin Colin Mearns Matthias Meyer Alex Mulchandani Gubby Noronha Drew Paisley Thomas Porter Marcus Robinson Lance Roller Ryan Satchell Ed Schrom Aaron Shepperd Afolabi Shokunbi Cody Snyder Jack St. Marie

Derek Aegerter Jeff Artis-Gray Darren Barlow Jared Berman Ronnie Black Brayden Burleigh Scott Campbell Juan Campos George Carter Thomas Curtin Jason Cusack Martin Dally Joe Davis Leoule Degfae Tihut Degfae Kevin DeWillie Kevin Dowd Corey Fuller Ryan Hagen Hasheem Halim Hunter Hall Michael Hammond Eric Hoepker Matt Hoogland Eddie Judge Demitri Knowles Ryan Kuhns Kieran Lee Zach Link Denis Mahmic Jonathan McCants Daniel McFadden Mike Miller Will Mulherin Joseph Murray Luka Mustafic Grant Pollock Keith Ricks Corey Shank Matthias Treff Shaowei Tu Chris Uhle Chris Walizer Brian Welch Darrell Wesh Connor Wilson Pat Woodford Alexander Ziegler

K.C. Barrett John Bedingham Michael Belardia Trey Blanton Thomas Bojanowski Justin Bookheimer Scott Chamberlin Desmond Cooper Connor Crowley Jake Dearmon Patrick Donelan Garrett Drogosch Kyle Eager Tom Finneran Jake Graham Nate Guthals Hiter Harris Daniel Harrison Alex Hill Lucas Hoffman Ben Lincoln Paul Loeser Sean Lunkenheimer Anthony Marois Michael Mastanduno Michael McEnany Thomas Morrison Reid Nickle Malcom Nunley Brian O’Toole Sherman Ragland Orville Reynolds Alexander Rose Kevin Smith Brandon Terry Michael Wooten Nate Wooten

Coaches

Sr.e Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Director and Head Coach - Bryan Fetzer Assistant Coach - Michael Eskind Assistant Coach - Ross Richardson Assistant Coach - Pete Watson Assistant Coach - Todd Morgan

Walpole, MA Houston, TX Glen Allen, VA Dumfries, VA Fredericksburg, VA Philadelphia, PA Newport News, VA Staten Island, NY Madison, CT Ridgewood, NJ Whitehall, PA Huntington, NY Chantilly, VA Nashua, NH Glen Allen, VA Chapel Hill, NC Huntington, NY Charlottesville, VA Pittsburgh, PA Richmond, VA Ocean City, NJ Brentwood, TN Yorktown, VA Charlottesville, VA Sarasota, FL Sparta, NJ Roanoke, VA New Cumberland, PA Washington, DC Williamsburg, VA Suhlendorf, Germany Multi Potomac, MD Durham, NH Virginia Beach, VA Fredericksburg, VA Richmond, VA Cortlandt Manor, NY Central Islip, NY Harrisburg, PA Washington, DC Washington, DC Mechanicsville, VA Westlake, OH

Coaches

So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. r-Fr. r-Sr. r-So. Jr. Fr. r-Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. r-Sr. Sr. Sr. r-Fr. r-Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. r-Fr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. r-Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Humble, TX Chesapeake, VA Midlothian, VA Fairfax, VA Newport News, VA Midlothian, VA Salem, VA Sterling, VA Blacksburg, VA Leesburg, VA Griswold, CT Bethesda, MD Sarasota, FL Alexandria, VA Alexandria, VA Hummelstown, PA Fairfax, VA Baltimore, MD Sterling, VA Lilburn, GA Fort Wayne, IN Midlothian, VA Haymarket, VA Springfield, VA Virginia Beach, VA Lynchburg, VA Fredericksburg, VA Glen Allen, VA Blacksburg, VA Zagreb, Croatia Alexandria, VA Newport News, VA Keezletown, VA Yorktown, VA Fredericksburg, VA Rakitje, Croatia Richmond, VA Suffolk, VA Fort Wayne, IN Burgthann, Germany Mechanicsville, VA Powell, OH Hershey, PA Richmond, VA. Virginia Beach, VA Sterling, VA Roanoke, VA Dischingen, Germany

Director of Track & Field and Cross Country - Dave Cianelli Associate Head Men’s Track & Field Coach/Throws Coach - Greg Jack Sprints, Hurdles & Jumps Coach - Charles Foster Head Cross Country/Distance Coach - Ben Thomas Assistant Cross Country/Distance Coach - Jennifer McGranahan Pole Vault Coach - Bob Phillips Technical Director - Stacey Vidt

Coaches

Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So.

Director and Head Coach - John Millar Assistant Director - Scott Hall Assistant Coach - Brian Clymer Assistant Coach - Brad Hunt Asssitant Coach - Zeb Sion Volunteer Assistant Coach - Michael Riley Volunteer Assistant Coach - Joanna Schultz

Quahog, RI Woodbury, MN Monongahela, PA Aiken, SC Remagen, Germany Lansdale, PA Allamuchy, NJ Jacksonville, FL Blue Point, NY Destin, FL Granville, OH Westlake Village, CA Chappequa, NY Scituate, MA Toronto, Ontario, Canada Littleton, CO Richmond, VA Newport News, VA North Wales, PA Northport, NY Hingham, MA Winston-Salem, NC Keyport, NJ Waterford, NY Miller Place, NY Tampa, FL Port Perry, Ontario, Canada South Bend, IN Garner, NC Robbinsville, NJ Durham, NC Coral Springs, FL Brisbane, Australia Wilson, NC Alpharetta, GA Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC

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Men’s Outdoor Track & Field :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS Event Record

Time Name, School Year 9.89* 9.89* 9.97 9.89* 19.69* 20.19 20.19 19.87 19.87 44.59 44.83 44.00 1:43.16 1:46.66 1:44.70 3:37.27 3:40.69 3:35.30 8:21.72 8:34.84 8:12.39 13:24.46 13:52.11 13:20.63 28:28.04 28:55.01 28:01.30 13.00* 13.65 13.21 47.90 48.64 47.56 38.60 38.78 38.04 2:59.95 3:03.47 2:59.59 2.29m/7-6 2.29m/7-6 2.29m/7-6 2.25m/7-4.25 2.38m/7-9.75 8.40m/27-0.75 7.99m/26-2.75 8.53m/28-0 16.84m/55-3 16.62m/54-6.50 17.57m/57-7.75 5.65m/18-6.50 5.65m/18-6.50 5.82m/19-1 20.84m/68-4.50 20.13m/66-0.50 22.00m/77-2.25 64.86m/212-9 63.48m/208-3 67.06m/220-0 75.84m/248-10 75.84m/248-10 80.86m/265-3 77.88m/255-6 73.36m/240-8 89.98m/295-2 8,084 points 7,861 points 8,279 points

*All-time collegiate records as ratified by the Track & Field News Records Committee

Travis Padgett, Clemson Ngoni Makusha, Florida State Ngoni Makusha, Florida State Ngoni Makusha, Florida State Walter Dix, Florida State Walter Dix, Florida State Maurice Mitchell, Florida State Lorenzo Daniel, Mississippi State John Capel, Florida Derek Mills, Georgia Tech Milton Campbell, North Carolina Quincy Watts, Southern California Paul Ereng, Virginia Paul Ereng, Virginia Mark Everett, Florida David Krummenacker, Georgia Tech Ciaran O’Lionaird, Florida State Sydney Maree, Villanova Hans Koeleman, Clemson Andrew Lemoncello, Florida State Henry Rono, Washington State Stijn Jaspers, Clemson Ciaran O’Lionaird, Florida State Sydney Maree, Villanova Andrew Lemoncello, Florida State Mike Cotton, Virginia Suleiman Nyambui, Texas El-Paso Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland James Purvis, Georgia Tech Aries Merritt, Tennessee Angelo Taylor, Georgia Tech Derrick Adkins, Georgia Tech Kerron Clement, Florida Florida State (Greg Bolden, Walter Dix, Michael Ray Garvin, Charles Clark) Florida State (Greg Bolden, Walter Dix, Michael Ray Garvin, Charles Clark) Texas Christian (Bryan Howard, Jarmiene Holloway, Syan Williams, Percy Spencer) Georgia Tech (Octavius Terry, Julian Amedee, Derrick Adkins, Derrick Mills) Georgia Tech (Octavius Terry, Jonas Motiejunas, Conrad Nichols, Derrick Mills) Louisiana State (Reginald Dardar, Bennie Brazell, Xavier Carter, Kelly Willie) Victor Small, Clemson Eric Bishop, North Carolina Omarr Dixon, NC State Shawn Brown, Florida State Hollis Conway, Louisiana-Lafayette Ngoni Makusha, Florida State Eric Bowers, Georgia Tech Erick Walder, Arkansas Dennis Ivory, Maryland Alphonso Jordan, Georgia Tech Keith Connor, Southern Methodist Jeff Bray, Florida State Jeff Bray, Florida State Lawrence Johnson, Tennessee Garrett Johnson, Florida State Garrett Johnson, Florida State John Godina, UCLA Andy Bloom, Wake Forest Andy Bloom, Wake Forest Kamy Keshmiri, Nevada Marcel Lomnicky, Virginia Tech Marcel Lomnicky, Virginia Tech Balazs Kiss, Southern California Matthias Treff, Virginia Tech Sean Murray, North Carolina Einar Vilhjalmsson, Texas Curtis Beach, Duke Stephen Dunphy, Virginia Tito Steiner, Brigham Young

2008 2011 2011 2011 2007 2007 2011 1988 1999 1994 1997 1992 1989 1988 1990 1998 2011 1981 1981 2006 1978 1984 2011 1979 2007 1981 1979 1979 1987 2006 1998 1992 2005 2007 2007 1998 1992 1994 2005 1986 1996 1996 2001 1989 2011 1996 1993 1979 2010 1982 1992 1992 1996 2006 2006 1995 1996 1995 1992 2011 2011 1996 2011 1992 1983 2011 1992 1981

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100-Meter Dash Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 200-Meter Dash Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 400-Meter Dash Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 800-Meter Run Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 1,500-Meter Run Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 3,000-Meter Steeplechase Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 5,000-Meter Run Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 10,000-Meter Run Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 110-Meter Hurdles Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 400-Meter Hurdles Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 4x100-Meter Relay Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship 4x400-Meter Relay Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship High Jump Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Long Jump Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Triple Jump Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Pole Vault Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Shot Put Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Discus Throw Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Hammer Throw Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Javelin Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship Decathlon Conference ACC Championship NCAA Championship

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1. Clemson 2. Florida State 3. North Carolina 4. Duke 5. Virginia 6. Miami 7. Virginia Tech 8. NC State 9. Maryland 10. Georgia Tech 11. Boston College 12. Wake Forest

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202 132.5 117.5 81.5 62.5 57 53.5 39.5 34 19 15 3

2011 ACC Individual Champions 100-Meter Dash 200-Meter Dash 400-Meter Dash 800-Meter Run 1,500-Meter Run 3,000-Meter Steeplechase 5,000-Meter Run 100-Meter Hurdles 400-Meter Hurdles 10,000-Meter Run 4x100-Meter Relay

Stormy Kendrick, Clemson Stormy Kendrick, Clemson Marlena Wesh, Clemson Caroline King, Boston College Kate Van Buskirk, Duke Stephanie Garcia, Virginia Jessica Parry, Florida State Ti’erra Brown, Miami LaToya James, North Carolina Kim Ruck, Clemson Clemson

(Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick, Misha Morris, Jasmine Edgerson)

4x400-Meter Relay

North Carolin

10,000-Meter Run 400-Meter Hurdles Triple Jump Hammer Throw

3:34.42

(Tasha Stanley, Christine Johnson, Elizabeth Mott, Zoey Russell)

High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Throw Hammer Throw Javelin Heptathlon

April Sinkler Kimberly Williams, Florida State Kimberly Williams, Florida State Lizabeth Mabry, Florida State Samira Burkhardt, Virginia Tech Kristen Batts, Maryland Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech Andrea Hopkins, Duke Kiani Profit, Maryland

*ACC Meet Record

N C AA I n d i v i d u a l N a t i o n a l C h a m p i o n s Juliet Bottorff, Duke Ti’erra Brown, Miami Patricia Mamona, Clemson Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech

11.25 23.09 52.28 2:04.88 4:16.68 *9:55.10 16:14.74 12.94 55.83 33:47.85 44.27

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2011 ACC Performer of the Year – Track Ti’erra Brown, Miami 2011 ACC Performer of the Year – Field Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech 2011 ACC Coach of the Year: Lawrence Johnson, Clemson 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year: Samira Burkhardt, Virginia Tech 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Liane Weber, Clemson

5-11.5 20-6.25 *46-1.25 13-3.75 52-3.25 160-11 *224-3 155-1 5,463 points

2 0 1 1 N C AA Championship Team ResultsChampions 7. Clemson 16. Duke T20. Florida State T20. Virginia Tech T27. Miami T29. Virginia T54. North Carolina T60. NC State

Year by Year Champions 1983 – Virginia 1984 – Virginia 1985 – Virginia 1986 – Virginia 1987 – Virginia 1988 – North Carolina 1989 – North Carolina 1990 – North Carolina 1991 – Clemson 1992 – North Carolina 1993 – North Carolina 1994 – North Carolina 1995 – North Carolina 1996 – North Carolina 1997 – North Carolina

1998 – North Carolina 1999 - Clemson 2000 – Florida State 2001 – North Carolina 2002 – North Carolina 2003 – North Carolina 2004 – North Carolina 2005 – Miami 2006 – Miami 2007 – Virginia Tech 2008 – Virginia Tech 2009 – Florida State 2010 – Clemson 2011 – Clemson

2 011 NCAA All- Am e r i ca n s Jasmine Brunson, Clemson Jasmine Edgerson, Clemson Michaylin Golladay, Clemson Monique Gracia, Clemson Alyssa Kulik, Clemson Patricia Mamona, Clemson Misha Morris, Clemson Bridgette Owens, Clemson April Sinkler, Clemson Liane Weber, Clemson Juliet Bottorff, Duke Cydney Ross, Duke Kate Van Buskirk, Duke

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Hannah Brooks, Florida State Amy Harris, Florida State Marecia Pemberton, Florida State Stephanie Simpson, Florida State Britany St. Louis, Florida State Kimberly Williams, Florida State Leslie Njoku, Georgia Tech Joanna Wright, Georgia Tech Ti’erra Brown, Miami Takecia Jameson, Miami LaToya James, North Carolina Elizabeth Mott, North Carolina Zoey Russell, North Carolina

Kendra Schaaf, North Carolina Tasha Stanley, North Carolina Andie Cozzarelli, NC State Kenyetta Iyevbele, NC State Stephanie Garcia, Virginia Morgane Gaxy, Virginia Lyndsay Harper, Virginia Ayla Smith, Virginia Erin Wykoff, Virginia Samira Burkhardt, Virginia Tech Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech


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Name Yr. Hometown

Taylor Aizenstadt Meaghan Anklin Claire Bingham Rory Cellucci Jean Christensen Bridget Dahlberg Heather Garcia Marissa Horton Casey Hsiung Kelsey Huckins Elizabeth Hynes Moira Kenny Caroline King Jillian King Elissa Knight Hope Krause Sarah Lord Kim McDonagh Kristen McDonagh Erin McKenna Sara Missert Morgan Mueller Elizabeth O’Brien Molly O’Dea Kathy O’Keefe Jacqueline Pollack Alanna Poretta Madeline Reed Claire Smith Allison Stasiuk Madeline Wallace Liv Westphal Brittany Winslow Danielle Winslow

Natalie Anthony Sonni Austin Ava Bell Brianna Blanton Caroline Bond Elyse Borisko Kate Borowicz Jasmine Brunson Dezerea Bryant Jasmine Edgerson Karine Farias Meghan Flanagan Nia Fluker Whitney Fountain Christy Gasparino Lisa Girard Monique Gracia Keni Harrison Alyssa Henshaw Katie Inclan Stormy Kendrick Alyssa Kulik Laura Loveless Sara Manesiotis Walker Marion Taylor Miller Bridgette Owens Brittany Pringley Brianna Rollins Kim Ruck April Sinkler Brannon Sulka Cara Talty Lauren Terstappen Brittney Waller Marlena Wesh

Head Coach - Randy Thomas Assistant Coach - Erin O’Reilly Assistant Coach - Christina Solomon Assistant Coach - Devotia Moore

Norwell, MA Fayetteville, NY Geyserville, CA Medway, MA Rumford, RI Newton, MA Baldwin City, KS Chino Hill, CA Acton, MA Westmoreland, NH Saint Charles, IL Sherman, CT Scotia, NY Scotia, NY Manahawkin, NJ New Canaan, CT Redmond, WA Latrobe, PA Mansfield, MA Wyckoff, NJ Windham, NH Queensbury, NY Chappaqua, NY Hingham, MA Newton, MA Blauvelt, NY Groveland, MA Newton, MA Avon, CT North Kingstown, RI London, Ontario Limoges, France Queensbury, NY Queensbury, NY

Coaches

So. Jr. r-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. r-So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. r-Fr. Jr. Sr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Fr. Fr. So. r-So. r-So. Gr. Gr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr.

Randolph, NJ Decatur, GA Radford, VA Summerville, SC Johns Creek, GA Ellicott City, MD Greenville, SC Southampton, Bermuda Milwaukee, WI Marietta, GA Porto Alegre, Brazil Palatine, IL Grand Prairie, TX Bronx, NY Darien, CT Fountain Inn, SC Miami, FL Clayton, NC Darnestown, MD Spartanburg, SC Gastonia, NC Simpsonville, SC Kingsport, TN Hilton Head Island, SC Charleston, SC Fort Mill, SC Oak Park, MI Miami, FL Miami, FL Greer, SC Stafford, VA Bluffton, SC Raritan, NJ Phoenixville, PA Greenville, SC Virginia Beach, VA

Director of Track and Field - Lawrence Johnson Assistant Coach - Tim Hall Assistant Coach - Brad Herbster Assistant Coach - Mario Wilson Assistant Coach - Shawn Cobey Assistant Coach - Tamara Ards Graduate Assistant - Anne Powell

Suejin Ahn Michelle Anumba Carolyn Baskir Katelyn Bastert Olivia Bergesen Ashley Berry Juliet Bottorff Erica Brand Ashley Brasovan Rebecca Craigie Megan Deakins Abby Farley Vanessa Floyd Amy Fryt Hannah Goranson Kayla Hale Lauren Hansson Virginia Hine Andrea Hopkins Daryn Howland Mary Carleton Johnston Karli Johonnot Courtney Kedra Elizabeth Kerpon Amber Kunze Kelsey Lakowske Gabby Levac Chloe Maleski Teddi Maslowski Emily Mattoon Julianna Miller Madeline Morgan Dana Morin Leslie Morrison Baily Murphy Lindsey Olivere Nicole Ragucci Alexis Roper Destiny Roseman Cydney Ross Jessie Rubin Colleen Schmidt Miray Seward Carly Seymour Stephanie Skove Adrianne Soo LaCresha Styles Shannon Sullivan Sophia Treakle Amanda Truelove Esther Vermeer Brianna Welch Brittany Whitehead Colette Whitney Sonora Williams Sophia Ziemian

Coaches

Sr. Jr. Fr. Gr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Gr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr.

Director of Track and Field - Norm Ogilvie Associate Head Coach - Kevin Jermyn Associate Head Coach - Shawn Wilbourn Assistant Coach - B.J. Linnenbrink Assistant Coach - Patrick Wales-Dinan Assistant Coach - Jan Ogilvie Volunteer Assistant Coach - Aaron Campbell

Setauket, NY Rancho Cucamonga, CA Chapel Hill, NC Quincy, IL Mason, OH Paget, Bermuda Newark, DE Shawnee, KS Wellington, FL Macclesfield, United Kingdom Devon, PA Indianapolis, IN Oceanside, CA Goldsboro, NC Los Altos, CA Indialantic, FL Los Angeles, CA Memphis, TN Lake Oswego, OR Boston, MA Mobile, AL Las Vegas, NV Phoenixville, PA Coppell, TX Grand Island, NE Boulder, CO Hartland, WI Keene, NH Burgettstown, PA San Diego, CA Hillsborough, NJ Birmingham, AL Sheridan, WY Bethesda, MD Belvidere, IL Wilmington, DE Monroe Township, NJ Lebanon, NJ Grand Prairie, TX St. Louis, MO Rockville, MD Point Lookout, NY Dunwoody, GA Ebensburg, PA Eatontown, NJ Durham, NC Acworth, GA Wood-Ridge, NJ Asheville, NC Barrie, Ontario Grimsby, Ontario Glen Head, NY Cherry Hill, NJ High Bridge, NJ Peoria, AZ Lewisburg, PA

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Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Gr. Sr. Fr. Gr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Gr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Alicia Aldridge Gwen Alonso Kendall Andrews Marsha Ariol Alexis Beaudoin Kaylie Belcik Erica Boccumini Hannah Brooks Ashley Calhoun Amber Cambridge BreeAnne Campbell Sarah Chandler Briana Cherry-Bronson Kailand Cosgrove Jackie Drouin Jennifer Dunn Meaghan Faletti Lauren Gelzinis Liz Gerrity Julia Gibson Lauren Giffin Desmonae Gray Meghan Gullman Linden Hall Amy Harris Mollie Hibbard Elizabeth Ichite Izehi Ileso Kaitlyn Iselborn Karly Jackson Danielle Jeffrey Michelle Jenije Lakitta Johnson Violah Lagat Taylor Leedy Astrid Leutert Brittany Linder Alejandra Martinez Morgan McGhee Katherine McMeekin Emily Ness Allyson Pagan Jessica Parry Marecia Pemberton Christina Phipps Jande Pierce Ariadna Pulido Colleen Quigley Teresa Ristow Lauren Ross Shanea Rufus Shelby Salimone Colleen Schwab Michelle Sewell Bianca Smith Jensen Swopes Kara Taylor Laura Turner Kayleigh Tyerman Chelsea Whalen Danielle Williams Amanda Winslow Chelsi Woodruff Aubree Worden Margo Zwerling

Coaches

So. r-So. So. r-Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Gr. Sr. r-Fr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Fr. Jr. Gr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Gr. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. r-So. Fr. Sr. Sr. r-Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. r-Jr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. r-So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. r-So. So. r-So. r-Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr.

Head Coach - Bob Braman Associate Head Coach - Harlis Meaders Assistant Coach - Dennis Nobles Assistant Coach - Devin West Assistant Coach - Ken Harnden Assistant Coach - Karen Harvey

Palm Harbor, FL Jacksonville, FL Tallahassee, FL Southwest Ranches, FL Melbourne, FL Oldsmar, FL Orlando, FL Caterham, United Kingdom Roanoke, VA Miami, FL Bradenton, FL Lorton, VA Naples, FL Tarpon Springs, FL Fort Montgomery, NY Decatur, AL Ocoee, FL Stuart, FL Naples, FL Sarasota, FL Tyler, TX Chesapeake, VA Jacksonville, FL Melborne, Australia Birmingham, United Kingdom Satellite Beach, FL Tallahassee, FL Gothenburg, Sweden Jacksonville, FL Orlando, FL Kingston, Jamaica Tallahassee, FL Ocala, FL Kipsirwo, Kenya Jacksonville, FL Thun, Switzerland Fort Lauderdale, FL Potomac, MD McDonough, GA Palm Harbor, FL Tallahassee, FL Melbourne, FL London, Ontario, Canada Basse Terre, St. Kitts & Nevis Jacksonville, FL Stone Mountain, GA Parkland, FL St. Louis, MO Melbourne, FL Parkland, FL Jacksonville, FL Tallahassee, FL Seminole, FL London, United Kingdom Fort Lauderdale, FL Altamonte Springs, FL Tallahassee, FL Fort Myers, FL Central Point, OR Liverpool, Nova Scotia Pensacola, FL Lawrenceville, GA Winter Park, FL Scottsbluff, NE Miami, FL

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Melanie Akwule Samantha Becker Alexandra Braxton Megan Breitbach Jasmine Bush Kellie Christian Hayley Drosky Mary Kate DuBard Rachael Grosz Rachel Hammond Elena Hubbard Jasmine Isley Morgan Jackson Stephanie Kalu Jasmine Kent Betsy Kim Mary Kownack Elizabeth Lacksen Ama Larbi Julienne McKee Jhanelle McLeod Maureen McMeekin Kelly Meyer Jamilah Middlebrooks Laura Nelson Leslie Njoku Monique Pate Erica Penk Christina Pensock Diana Pressel Kenya Scott Laura Serres Jade Sims Bianca Stewart Katie Townsend Katie Vance Jamie VanTassell

Nicole Banker DeAnna Brown Taylor Bumpas Lucile Cancre Danielle Cornell Ashley Cromartie Dominique Davis Jessie Echard Kallie Fehr Ayanna Fields Maryam Fikri Julie Fricke Alexandra Georgiou Corrie Gethard Christy Goldmann Ashley Hendrix Michelle Hess Myah Hicks Sydney King Thea LaFond D’Ambour Lewis Maeve McCoy Amber Melville Bridget Nolan Caitlin Orr Kristiana Person Shade Pratt Kiani Profit Anna Roth Halsey Sinclair Julie Sinkovitz Amina Smith Arielle Statham Becky Yep Moriah Young

Coaches

Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So.

Head Coach - Alan Drosky Assistant Coach - Becky Megesi Assistant Coach - Nat Page Assistant Coach - Viktor Kirillov Assistant Coach - Adriane Lapsley Volunteer Assistant Coach - Jessica Raby

Burke, VA Alpharetta, GA McDonough, GA Gurley, AL Johns Creek, GA Catonsville, MD Douglasville, GA Rock Hill, SC Miami Beach, FL Geneva, IL Grovetown, GA Charlotte, NC Kennesaw, GA Cedar Hill, TX Garden Ridge, TX Columbus, IN Virginia Beach, VA Sparta, GA Alpharetta, GA Marietta, GA Kingston, Jamaica North Potomac, MD Roswell, GA Atlanta, GA Niceville, FL Jersey City, NJ Lawrenceville, GA Dacula, GA Austin, TX Rockville, MD Decatur, GA Suwanee, GA McDonough, GA Maplewood, NJ Augusta, GA Cumming, GA Charlotte, NC

Coaches

Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. r-Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. r-Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr.

Head Coach - Andrew Valmon Assistant Coach - Desmond Dunham Assistant Coach - Denielle Siebert Assistant Coach - Frank Costello Assistant Coach - Roland Desonier Volunteer Coach - James Graham

East Meadow, NY Washington, DC Spring House, PA Lexington, MA Melville, NY Flanders, NJ Burlington, NJ Fairfax, VA Elkton, MD Villanova, PA Potomac, MD Philadelphia, PA Severn, MD Manahawkin, NJ Suffern, NY Uniondale, NY Voorhees, NJ Alexandria, VA Saratoga Springs, NY Silver Spring, MD Sherman Oaks, CA Brandywine, MD Westminster, MD Mount Airy, MD Shamong, NJ Atlanta, GA Rosemount, MN Pasadena, CA Reisterstown, MD Silver Spring, MD Woodcliff Lake, NJ Lusby, MD Burtonsville, MD Ellicott City, MD Columbia, MD


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Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Lindsi Arrington So. Kelsey Balkwill Fr. Emma Bowman So. Cristina Brea So. Britney Clarke Sr. Taneisha Cordell Fr. Casey Crist Sr. Nicole Cummings So. Brooke Dovell So. Rachel Dupree Sr. Jennifer Estime Sr. Ally Finical Fr. Ashley Holmes Sr. Elyse Houston Jr. Tameka Jameson Sr. Jorika Jiles Fr. Jasmyne King r-Fr. Julia Koch Fr. Allison Ludwick Jr. Alyssa McClure So. Amber Monroe Fr. Kristen Myers Jr. Kayann Richards Fr. Sara Ryan Fr. Thandi Stewart So. Samantha Williams Jr. Tarika Williams Sr. Miranda Wilson Sr. Shannon Wright Fr.

Emma Brink Danielle Brock Malia Cali Amber Clark Marisa Dobbins Jacinda Evans Lianne Farber Cori Floyd Tristine Johnson Samantha Jorgenson Caroline Kirby Annie LeHardy Mariana Lucena Kylie McCoy Ashley Miess Sandi Morris Elizabeth Mott Michelle Newman Carter Norbo Emma Norman Cameron Overstreet Cassandra Pascal Karley Rempel Ariel Roberts Zoey Russell Kameron Spence Tasha Stanley Julie Swaim Ashley Verplank Malai Walker Elizabeth Whelan Iman Wilkerson Chrishawn Williams

Danielle Adams Erika Alpeter Carissa Best Tiayonna Blackmon Nicole Chavis Jazmyne Childs Amira Chowyuk Andie Cozzarelli Jazueline Daniels Kaitlyn Davis Kerrie Davis Lauren Doherty Emily Egelhoff-Whalen Paige Eley Stephanie Ellis Olivia Enright Caitlynn Filla Denae Ford Deanna Foshee Erin Foshee Anna Gillespie Taylor Graham Lillian Greibesland Jen Haley Brittany Hampton Alexa Harvey Ryanna Henderson Lawanda Henry Laura Hoer Allison Hofmann Kenyetta Iyevbele Jordan Jenkins Margaret Leak Morgan Love Colleen McGuire Erin Mercer Halsey Merritt Samantha Norman Kortney Pearce Shelby Phillips Emily Pritt Natalie Rich Sharese Roberts Karimah Shepherd Cora Shull Elizabeth Shuman Tremanisha Taylor Joanna Thompson Leah Vaughn Brittany View Marika Walker SeQuoia Watkins Mattie Webb Taryn Wentz Jasmine Wilson

Coaches Director and Head Coach - Amy Deem Associate Head Coach - Calvin Robinson Assistant Coach - Damon Griffiths Assistant Coach - Cheree Hicks Assistant Coach - Veronica Rodriguez

Woodbridge, VA Windsor, Ontario, Canada Winchmore Hill, London, United Kingdom Miami, FL Garnerville, NY Columbus, OH Bedford, NJ Peekskill, NY Erial, NJ Atlanta, GA Miami, FL Charlotte, NC St. Louis, MO Wesley Chapel, FL Upper Marlboro, MD Cape Coral, FL Rapid City, SD New Monmouth, NJ Yardley, PA Baltimore, MD Miami, FL Daytona Beach, FL Columbia, NJ Ann Arbor, MI Richmond, CA Kingston, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica Vallejo, CA Miami, FL

Coaches

Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. r-Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Director and Head Coach - Dennis Craddock Associate Head Coach - Josh Langley Assistant Coach - Ryan Vanhoy Assistant Coach - Davian Clarke Assistant Coach - Andrew Dubs Assistant Coach - Adam Smith Volunteer Assistant Coach - Addie Bracy

Louisville, KY Evans, GA Hammond, LA Winterville, NC Houston, TX Durham, NC Northport, NY Matthews, NC Durham, NC Pawling, NY Asheville, NC Roanoke, Va. Weston, FL Hampton, N.H. Weddington, NC Greenville, SC New Rochelle, NY Middle River, MD Roanoke, VA Ottawa, Canada Mechanicsville, VA Mississauga, Ontario Fenwick, Ontario Ann Arbor, MI New York, NY Charlotte, NC Temple Hills, MD Pfafftown, NC Bloomington, IL Monroe, NC Toronto, Ontario Pittsburgh, PA Garner, NC

Coaches

Head Coach - Rollie Geiger Assistant Coach - Chris Coleman Assistant Coach - Laurie Henes Assistant Coach - Chris Seaton Assistant Coach - Tom Wood Assistant Coach - Michael Young

r-Jr. r-Jr. r-So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. r-Jr. Jr. r-Fr. So. So. r-So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. r-Jr. Sr. So. r-Fr. r-Sr. Fr. r-So. r-Sr. r-Fr. r-So. So. r-So. Fr. Fr. So. r-So. r-So. r-So. r-Fr. Jr. r-Jr. r-Fr. Fr. Jr. r-Jr. So. r-Fr. Fr. r-Jr. Sr. r-Sr. Fr. Fr. r-Sr. r-Sr.

Jacksonville, NC Galloway, OH Greenville, NC Rock Hill, SC Lumberton, NC Charlotte, NC Virginia Beach, VA Apex, NC Kernersville, NC Stafford, VA Greensboro, NC Cambridge, Ontario, Canada Asheville, NC Raleigh, NC Hickory, NC Cary, NC Waynesboro, VA Landover, MD Cary, NC Cary, NC Greensboro, NC High Point, NC Warwick, NY Jericho, VT Monroe, NC Arden, NC Jacksonville, NC Dunn, NC Arden, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC McSherrytown, PA Winston-Salem, NC Marietta, GA West End, NC Peninsula, OH Durham, NC Louisville, OH Willow Spring, NC Pfafftown, NC North Canton, OH Rocky Mount, NC Manassas Park, VA Chesapeake, VA Greensboro, NC Timonium, MD Henderson, NC Knoxville, TN Raleigh, NC Bowie, MD Bowie, MD Asheville, NC Crozet, VA Marshville, NC Granite Falls, NC

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Name Yr. Hometown

Name Yr. Hometown

Rosemary Barber Pearl Bickersteth Brittany Bostwick Cara Bottorff Briana Brazile Logan Clements Anna Corrigan Moira Cronin Sarah Devita Erica Dobbs Vanessa Fabrizio Chelsea France Morgane Gay Meagan Gillespie Colette Gnade Ariel Karabinus Abbey Karin Tara Karin Emily Kianka Natalia Kuhn Maureen Laffan Chelsea Larson Jordan Lavender Chelsea Ley Maggie Loudon Laurel MacMillan Jayna McGehee Abbie McKinney Anne Menefee Edy Ndem Tasia Potasinski Dallas Rose Kathleen Stevens Jordan Stokes Britni Strates Barbara Strehler Emily Vannoy Katherine Walker Jenni Weatherly Catherine White Danielle Williams Erin Wykoff Lauren Zarger

Leigh Allin Yvonne Amegashie Hayley Billingsley Aunye Boone Camille Bouvet Kristen Brown Stephanie Cario Taylor Crosson Jameice DeCoster Courtney Dobbs Sammy Dow Frances Dowd Shanice Hairston Alyson Jones Ginny Jones Paige Kvartunas Ally Masoero Valentina Muzaric Madalyn Nuckols Leah Nugent Ogechi Nwaneri Elizabeth Powell Sarah Rapp Lyndsey Saunders Samantha Sawyer Martina Schultze Oshin Shukla Ciara Simms Lindsay Skolrood Katarina Smiljanec Amanda Smith Corene Steinert Deanna Teter Colleen Thom Jennifer Van Der Sloot Annjulie Vester Victoria von Eynatten Alex Watt Erika Weidman Natalie Woodford

Myesha Barr Molly Binder Sarah Brobeck Erin Brooks Nyki Caldwell Caitlin Crawford Brianna Dekine Casey Fowler Mytoia Gathings Montasia Golden Caitlin Hartnett Allison Homer Nicole Irving Allison Johnson Lindsay Kerr Phoebe Kershaw Erika Martin Julie McCauley Kaitlyn Oliver Melanie Powers Laura Rapp Natalie Sukramani Katy Swain Anna Tessiatore Aubrey Waggoner Anneve Waithe

Coaches

Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

Director and Head Coach - Bryan Fetzer Assistant Coach - Michael Eskind Assistant Coach - Ross Richardson Assistant Coach - Pete Watson Assistant Coach - Todd Morgan

Springfield, VA Dumfries, VA Christiansburg, VA Newark, DE Huntersville, NC Swarthmore, PA Burke, VA Andover, MA Ridgewood, NJ Richmond, VA Denver, CO Dublin, OH Bethesda, MD Brooklyn, NY Waukee, IA Manassas, VA Byfield, MA Byfield, MA Pennington, NJ Virginia Beach, VA Toms River, NJ Yorba Linda, CA Nashville, TN Woolwich Township, NJ Old Tappan, NJ Blacksburg, VA Chesapeake, VA Nashville, TN Richmond, VA Roanoke, VA Centreville, VA Pearland, TX Blacksburg, VA Richmond, VA Orlando, FL Richmond, VA Frederick, MD Stafford, VA Sterling, VA Roanoke, VA Alexandria, VA St. Jacob, IL Erie, PA

Coaches

r-So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. r-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Fr. r-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr.

Lexington, KY Woodbridge, VA Monterey, VA St. Leonard, MD Bethesda, MD Owings Mills, MD Mechanicsville, VA Fairfax Station, VA Glenn Dale, MD Glen Allen, VA Midlothian, VA Fairfax, VA Martinsville, VA Herndon, VA Chalfont, PA Springfield, VA Marlton, NJ Velika Gorica, Croatia Glen Allen, VA Abington, PA Maplewood, NJ Richmond, VA Raleigh, NC Herndon, VA Indian Trail, NC Uhingen, Germany Herndon, VA Stockbridge, GA Roanoke, VA Karlovac, Croatia Chesapeake, VA Morris Plains, NJ Luray, VA Yorktown, VA Morgantown, WV Homburg, Germany Leinfelden, Germany Springfield, VA Alexandria, VA Roanoke, VA

Director of Track & Field and Cross Country - Dave Cianelli Associate Head Men’s Track & Field Coach/Throws Coach - Greg Jack Sprints, Hurdles & Jumps Coach - Charles Foster Head Cross Country/Distance Coach - Ben Thomas Assistant Cross Country/Distance Coach - Jennifer McGranahan Pole Vault Coach - Bob Phillips Technical Director - Stacey Vidt

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Gr. Fr. r-Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Chesapeake, VA Sudbury, MA Salem, OH Woodstock, MD Dexter, MI Jamestown, RI Santa Ana, CA Richmond, VA Winston-Salem, NC Mechanicsville, PA Solon, OH Blacksburg, VA Ballston Lake, NY Cary, NC Foglesville, PA Sydney, Australia Pacific Palisades, CA Marshfield, MA Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada Newport Beach, CA Lynchburg, VA Williamsburg, VA Tallahassee, FL Naperville, IL West Hartford, CT Baltimore, MD

Coaches Director and Head Coach - John Millar Assistant Director - Scott Hall Assistant Coach - Brian Clymer Assistant Coach - Brad Hunt Asssitant Coach - Zeb Sion Volunteer Assistant Coach - Michael Riley Volunteer Assistant Coach - Joanna Schultz


Women’s Outdoor Track & Field :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS Event Record

Time Name, School Year Marecia Pemberton, Florida State Marecia Pemberton, Florida State Dawn Sowell, Louisiana State Cydonie Mothersill, Clemson Cydonie Mothersill, Clemson Dawn Sowell, Louisiana State Monique Hennagan, North Carolina Monique Hennagan, North Carolina Monique Henderson, UCLA Alice Schmidt, North Carolina Tina Krebs, Clemson Suzy Favor, Wisconsin Hannah England, Florida State Shalane Flanagan, North Carolina Hannah England, Florida State Stephanie Garcia, Virginia Stephanie Garcia, Virginia Jenny Barringer, Colorado Michelle Sikes, Wake Forest Shalane Flanagan, North Carolina Sally Kipyego, Texas Tech Kathy Ormsby, NC State Michelle Sikes, Wake Forest Sylvia Mosqueda, California State, LA Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech Virginia Powell, Southern California Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech Shenna Johnson, UCLA Clemson (Shannon Murray, Shekera Weston, Michelle Burgher, Cydonie Mothersill) Florida State (Nicole Marcus, Candyce McGrone, Danielle Jeffery, Teona Rodgers) Texas A&M (Khrystal Carter, Porscha Lucas, Dominique Duncan, Gabby Mayo) Miami (Krista Simkins, Ginou Etienne, Charlotte Greggs, Dominique Darden) Florida State (Keyla Smith, Dana Massiah, Kandia Batchelor, Alycia Williams) Louisiana State (Neisha Bernard-Thomas, HazelAnn Regis, Monique Hall, Nadia Davy) Chaunte Howard, Georgia Tech Chaunte Howard, Georgia Tech Chaunte Howard, Georgia Tech Amy Acuff, UCLA Marion Jones, North Carolina Kiamesha Otey, Virginia Sheila Echols, Louisiana State Kim Williams, Florida State Kim Williams, Florida State Candice Baucham, UCLA Lacy Johnson, Florida State Lacy Johnson, Florida State Kylie Hutson, Indiana State Melissa Gergel, Oregon Tina Sutej, Arkansas Laura Gerraughty, North Carolina Laura Gerraughty, North Carolina Tressa Thompson, Nebraska Khadija Talley, Miami Khadija Talley, Miami Seilala Sua, UCLA Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech Dorotea Habazin, Virginia Tech Jenny Dahlgren, Georgia Ann Crouse, Virginia Julia Solo, Virginia Karin Smith, Cal Poly Liane Weber, Clemson Liane Weber, Clemson Diane Guthrie-Gresham, George Mason Einar Vilhjalmsson, Texas Curtis Beach, Duke Stephen Dunphy, Virginia Tito Steiner, Brigham Young

2010 2010 1989 2001 2001 1989 1998 1996 2005 2003 1984 1990 2008 2003 2008 2011 2011 2009 2007 2003 2008 1986 2007 1988 2010 2010 2006 2010 2010 2004 2001 2009 2009 2006 2007 2004 2004 2004 2005 1995 1994 2002 1987 2011 2011 2005 2006 2006 2010 2011 2011 2003 2006 1998 2008 2008 1999 2011 2011 2007 1998 1988 1982 2010 2010 1995 1983 2011 1992 1981

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100-Meter Dash Conference 11.12 ACC Championship 11.12 NCAA Championship 10.78 200-Meter Dash Conference 22.54 ACC Championship 22.57 NCAA Championship 22.04 400-Meter Dash Conference 51.11 ACC Championship 51.44 NCAA Championship 50.10 800-Meter Run Conference 2:01.16 ACC Championship 2:02.81 NCAA Championship 1:59.11 1,500-Meter Run Conference 4:06.19 ACC Championship 4:13.05 NCAA Championship 4:06.19 3,000-Meter Steeplechase Conference 9:47.29 ACC Championship 9:55.10 NCAA Championship 9:25.54 5,000-Meter Run Conference 15:16.76 ACC Championship 15:47.75 NCAA Championship 15:15.08 10,000-Meter Run Conference 32:36.2 ACC Championship 32:58.2 NCAA Championship 32:28.57 100-Meter Hurdles Conference 12.44 ACC Championship 12.44 NCAA Championship 12.48 400-Meter Hurdles Conference 54.66 ACC Championship 54.66 NCAA Championship 53.54 4x100-Meter Relay Conference 43.52 ACC Championship 43.52 NCAA Championship 42.36 4x400-Meter Relay Conference 3:27.85 ACC Championship 3:32.11 NCAA Championship 3:25.26 High Jump Conference 1.98m/6-6 ACC Championship 1.95m/6-4.75 1.95m/6-4.75 NCAA Championship 1.96m/6-5 Long Jump Conference 6.75m/22-1.75 ACC Championship 6.54m/21-5.5 NCAA Championship 6.94m/22-9.25 Triple Jump Conference 14.25m/46-9 ACC Championship 14.05m/46-1.25 NCAA Championship 14.07m/46-2 Pole Vault Conference 4.58m/15-0.25 ACC Championship 4.58m/15-0.25 NCAA Championship 4.45m/14-7.25 4.45m/14-7.25 4.45m/14-7.25 Shot Put Conference 18.82m/61-9 ACC Championship 18.59m/61-0 NCAA Championship 18.65m/61-2.25 Discuss Throw Conference 57.10m/187-4 ACC Championship 55.76m/182-11 NCAA Championship 64.26m/210-10 Hammer Throw Conference 68.35m/224-3 ACC Championship 68.35m/224-3 NCAA Championship 70.72m/232-0 Javelin Conference 57.38m/188-3 ACC Championship 54.38m/175-5 NCAA Championship 63.02m/206-9 Heptathlon Conference 5,928 points ACC Championship 5,928 points NCAA Championship 6,527 points NCAA Championship 89.98m/295-2 Decathlon Conference 8,084 points ACC Championship 7,861 points NCAA Championship 8,279 points *All-time collegiate records as ratified by the Track & Field News Records Committee

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24-1-1 15-1-1 10-0-1 7

2011 ACC Championship Results Semifinals #3 Maryland d. #2 North Carolina 7-6 #1 Duke d. #4 Virginia 19-10 Finals Maryland d. Duke 11-9

2011 Tournament M o s t V a l u a b l e Pl a y e r

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Year by Year Champions 1954 – Duke 1955 – Maryland 1956 – Maryland 1957 – Maryland 1958 – Maryland 1959 – Maryland 1960 – Maryland 1961 – Maryland 1962 – Virginia 1963 – Maryland 1964 – Virginia 1965 – Maryland 1966 – Maryland 1967 – Maryland 1968 – Maryland 1969 – Virginia 1970 – Virginia 1971 – Virginia 1972 – Maryland 1973 – Maryland 1974 – Maryland 1975 – Virginia 1976 – Maryland 1977 – Maryland 1978 – Maryland 1979 – Maryland 1980 – Maryland Virginia 1981 – North Carolina 1982 – North Carolina 1983 – Virginia

1984 – Virginia 1985 – Virginia North Carolina Maryland 1986 – Virginia 1987 – Maryland 1988 – North Carolina 1989 – North Carolina 1990 – North Carolina 1991 – North Carolina 1992 – North Carolina 1993 – North Carolina 1994 – North Carolina 1995 – Duke 1996 – North Carolina 1997 – Virginia 1998 – Maryland 1999 – Virginia 2000 – Virginia 2001 – Duke 2002 – Duke 2003 – Virginia 2004 – Maryland 2005 – Maryland 2006 – Virginia 2007 – Duke 2008 – Duke 2009 – Duke 2010 – Virginia 2011 – Maryland

2 0 1 1 USI L A All - Am e r i c a n s CJ Costabile, Duke Zach Howell, Duke Tom Montelli, Duke Justin Turri, Duke Joseph Cummings, Maryland Brian Farrell, Maryland Brett Schmidt, Maryland Ryan Young, Maryland Billy Bitter, North Carolina Ryan Flanagan, North Carolina Nicky Galasso, North Carolina RG Kenan, North Carolina Colin Briggs, Virginia Chris LaPierre, Virginia Steele Stanwick, Virginia 2 0 1 1 N C AA C h a m p i o n s h i p R e s u l t s Virginia Maryland Duke North Carolina

NCAA Tournament Champion NCAA Tournament Finalist NCAA Tournament Semifinalist NCAA Tournament First Round

(1954-1988 Regular Season Champion, Tournament began in 1989)

2011 ACC Player of the Year • Steele Stanwick, Virginia 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • John Danowski, Duke 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Nicky Galasso, North Carolina 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Brett Schmidt, Maryland 2011 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player • Colin Briggs, Virginia 2011 National Player of the Year (Tewaaraton Trophy) • Steele Stanwick, Virginia

2011 Regular Season Final Standings Team Duke North Carolina Maryland Virginia

Conference W L 3 0 1 2 1 2 1 2

Overall W 14 10 13 13

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Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. r-Sr. So. r-Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. r-Sr. r-Sr. So. r-Sr. Jr. Jr. r-Sr. Jr. So. So.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

r-So. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. r-Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So.

Kyle Turri David Lawson Scot Meyer Dan Wigrizer Tanner Scott Will Haus Jake Tripucka Josh Dionne CJ Costabile Ben Belmont Eddie Loftus Justin Turri Chris Hipps Andrew Rullan Kyle Keenan Andrew Vekstein Tommy Patterson Christian Walsh Charlie Payton Brian Dailey Dax Cohan Josh Offit Robert Rotanz Justin George Jimmy O’Neill Morgan Kirby Brendan Fowler Jordan Wolf Greg DeLuca Ben Krebs Jack Rowe Michael Manley Mike Rock Matt Kunkel Stephen Coyle Spencer Peterson Henry Meyer Christopher Shannon Bill Conners Henry Lobb Luke Duprey

Coaches

West Islip, NY Westford, MA Chapel Hill, NC Villanova, PA Berwyn, PA Palmyra, PA Boonton Township, NJ Merrimack, NH New Fairfield, CT Great Neck, NY Syosset, NY West Islip, NY Dallas, TX Pittsburgh, PA Smithtown, NY Pepper Pike, OH Chatham, NJ Baltimore, Md./Gilman Greenwich, CT Berwyn, PA San Francisco, CA Bethesda, MD Westport, CT Baltimore, MD Huntington, NY Morristown, NJ Wantagh, NY Wynnewood PA Boonton Township, NJ Pleasanton, CA Vienna, VA Keuka Park, NY Bay Shore, NY South Setauket, NY Kensington, MD Encinitas, CA Newton, MA Andover, MA West Chester, PA Narberth, PA Concord, NH

Head Coach - John Danowski Assistant Coach - Ron Caputo Assistant Coach - Chris Gabrielli Volunteer Assistant - John Galloway

Mike Chanenchuk Emmett Cahill Jake Bernhardt Quinn Haley Joe LoCasio Rustin Bryant Charlie Raffa Pat Morrison Mike Poiter Michael Shakespeare David Miller Tyler Adelsberger Owen Blye MJ Leonard Mike Scheeler Landon Carr Curtis Holmes Eric Parnon Joe Cummings Billy Gribbin Sean McGuire Drew Snider David Solomon Taylor Morgan John Haus Kevin Forster Michael Ehrhardt Casey Ikeda Niko Amato Jay Carlson Bryan Cole Bobby Gribbin Kyle Bernlohr Jesse Bernhardt Kellen Miller Dan Noskin Greg D’Arienzo Brian Cooper Kevin Cooper Zack Wholley Joey Kimpler Goran Murray Brendan Saylor Tim Shaeffer Garrett Manno Riley Hansen Thomas Guarino

Coaches

Poquott, NY Towson, MD Longwood, FL Graysonville, MD Lindenhurst, NY White Hall, MD Syosset, NY Millersville, MD Annapolis, MD Walpole, MA Warrenton, VA Kingsville, MD Chester Springs, PA Towson, MD Lutherville, MD University Place, WA Marriotsville, MD Darien, CT Towson, MD Rockville, MD Wyckoff, NJ Seattle, WA Fairfax, VA Potomac, MD Lutherville, MD Jenkintown, PA Westbury, NY Berwyn, PA Conshohocken, PA Cockeysville, MD Oakville, Ontario Rockville, MD Akron, OH Longwood, FL Bethesda, MD Greenwich, CT Franklin Square, NY Crofton, MD Crofton, MD Southington, CT Laguna Niguel, CA Merion Station, PA Fairport, NY Annapolis, MD Winter Park, FL Annapolis, MD Edgewater, MD

Head Coach - John Tillman Assistant Coach - Kevin Warne Assistant Coach - Ryan Moran Volunteer Assistant - Brian Phipps Director of Lacrosse Operations - Fran Gormley

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NO. NAME

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Jr. Sr. r-So. Fr. Jr. Sr. r-Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Grad Stud. Fr. Fr. r Jr. Sr. r-So. r-So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. r-Sr. r-Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. r-Jr. Fr. So. So. So. r-Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr.

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Marcus Holman Thomas Wood Greg McBride Jimmy Bitter Davey Emala Mark Staines Tyler Morton T.J. Kemp Derek Henson Joey Sankey Chad Tutton Frankie Kelly Ryan Kilpatrick Jack McBride Dane Dickey Walker Chafee Steven Rastivo Jimmy Dunster Cam Wood Stevie Kirkup Will Campbell William Scroggs R.G. Keenan Drew Hays Stephen Burns Milton Lyles Andrew O’Connell Jordan Smith Duncan Hutchins Ryan Creighton Joe Costigan Sean Taylor Gray Smith Jake Bailey Pat Foster Nicky Galasso Mark McNeill Logan Corey Charlie McComas Matt Holman Kieran McDonald James Shuler Connor Hunt Matt Shannon Brian Sullivan William Leighton-Armah

Coaches

Baltimore, Md. Dallas, Texas Baltimore, Md. Stowe, Vt. Baltimore, Md. Gambrills, Md. Denver, Colo. Chattanooga, Tenn. Mason, Ohio Warminster, Pa. Courtice, Ontario Lutherville, Md. West Chester, Pa. Madison, N.J. Moorestown, N.J. Little Compton, R.I. South Setauket, N.Y. Cos Cob, Conn. Chatham, N.J. Severna Park, Md. Columbus, Ohio Chapel Hill, N.C. Perry Hall, Md. Fairport, N.Y. Chapel Hill, N.C. Miami Gardens, Fla. Aston, Pa. Winston-Salem, N.C. Baltimore, Md. West Chester, Pa. New Canaan, Conn. Kensington, Md. Winston-Salem, N.C. Fairport, N.Y. Lutherville, Md. West Islip, N.Y. West River, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Parkton, Md. Baltimore, Md. Rye, N.Y. Great Falls, Va. Arnold, Md. Ridgefield, Conn. Buffalo, N.Y. Boyds, Md.

Head Coach - John Danowski Assistant Coach - Ron Caputo Assistant Coach - Chris Gabrielli Volunteer Assistant Coach - John Galloway

Greg Coholan Chris Clements Ryan Tucker Matt White Harry Prevas Steele Stanwick Carl Walrath Austin Geisler Chris Bocklet Pat Harbeson Tyler German Davi Sacco Owen Van Arsdale Taylor Michel Jarrid Puzes Frank Price Rob Fortunato Chris Landon Greg Danseglio Matt Cockerton Brian McLinden Tanner Ottenbreit Rob Emery Blake Riley Mick Parks Scott McWilliams Wyatt Melzer Albert Kammler Pat Glading Matt Kugler Jacob Ghitelman Colin Briggs Bobby Hill Ryan Benincasa Daniel Lantz Conor McGee Matt Lovejoy Mark Cockerton Rhody Heller Chris LaPierre

Coaches

Rochester, NY Baltimore, MD Towson, MD Ridgefield, CT Towson, MD Baltimore, MD Glen Mills, PA Fredericksburg, VA South Salem, NY Annapolis, MD Centreville, MD Fayetteville, NY Charlottesville, VA Lutherville, MD Buffalo Grove, IL Holly Springs, NC Essex Fells, NJ Chevy Chase, MD Islip Terrace, NY Oshawa, Ontario Madison, NJ Parker, CO San Francisco, CA South Hamilton, MA Kenilworth, IL Mountain Lakes, NJ Davie, FL McLean, VA Bethesda, MD Fairfax Station, VA Cold Spring Harbor, NY Narragansett, RI West Chester, PA Old Greenwich, CT Middletown, DE Baltimore, MD Orford, NH Oshawa, Ontario Denver, CO Medford, NJ

Head Coach - Dom Starsia Associate Head Coach - Marc Van Arsdale Assistant Coach - John Walker Volunteer Assistant - Ryan Browning


Men’s Lacrosse :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1998

2007

Semis #4 Duke d. #1 Maryland ...........................7-6

Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 North Carolina ..........13-8

Semis #2 Virginia d. #3 Maryland ....................11-10

#2 North Carolina d. #3 Virginia ...........................7-5

#2 Virginia d. #3 Duke ........................................11-9

#1 Duke d. #4 North Carolina ............................12-9

Finals North Carolina d. Duke ...........................18-6\

Finals Maryland d. Virginia ...............................14-11

Finals Duke d. Virginia .......................................12-9

1990

1999

2008

Semis #2 North Carolina d. #3 Maryland ..........12-5

Semis #2 Virginia d. #3 Maryland ......................15-6

Semis #1 Duke d. #4 North Carolina .................17-6

#1 Virginia d. #4 Duke ......................................18-13

#1 Duke d. #4 North Carolina ..............................9-7

#3 Virginia d. #2 Maryland .................................11-8

Finals North Carolina d. Virginia ........................10-6

Finals Virginia d. Duke .........................................8-7

Finals Duke d. Virginia .......................................11-9

1991

2000

2009

Semis #3 Maryland d. #2 Virginia ......................10-9

Semis #1 Virginia d. #4 North Carolina . (2ot) 17-16

Semis #4 North Carolina d. #1 Maryland ........16-10

#1 North Carolina d. #4 Duke ............................11-8

#3 Maryland d. #2 Duke .......................................7-6

#2 Duke d. #3 Virginia ........................................16-5

Finals North Carolina d. Maryland .....................18-8

Finals Virginia d. Maryland .................................11-7

Finals Duke d. North Carolina ..........................15-13

1992

2001

2010

Semis #2 Maryland d. #3 Duke ...........................8-6

Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 Virginia ......................12-8

Semis #1 Virginia d. #4 Duke ..........................16-12

#1 North Carolina d. #4 Virginia .........................14-5

#2 Duke d. #3 North Carolina ............................11-9

#3 Maryland d. #2 North Carolina ......................13-5

Finals North Carolina d. Maryland ...................11-10

Finals Duke d. Maryland ....................................10-6

Finals Virginia d. Maryland .................................10-6

1993

2002

2011

Semis #2 North Carolina d. #3 Duke .................13-6

Semis #1 Virginia d. #4 North Carolina .............10-3

Semis #3 Maryland d. #2 North Carolina ............7-6

#4 Maryland d. #1 Virginia ........................... (ot) 9-8

#2 Duke d. #3 Maryland ............................... (ot) 8-7

#1 Duke d. #4 Virginia ......................................19-10

Finals North Carolina d. Maryland ...................18-10

Finals Duke d. Virginia .....................................14-13

Finals Maryland d. Duke ....................................11-9

1994

2003

* Year by Year Results are since 1989 when league

Semis #2 North Carolina d. #3 Maryland ............8-7

Semis #4 Duke d. #1 Maryland ...........................7-6

began holding an ACC Championship.

#1 Virginia d. #4 Duke ......................................19-13

#2 Virginia d. #3 North Carolina ............... (ot) 13-12

Finals North Carolina d. Virginia ........................15-7

Finals Virginia d. Duke .......................................12-6

1995

2004

Semis #4 Duke d. #1 Virginia ..........................17-10

Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 Duke .........................10-7

#3 North Carolina d. #2 Maryland ......................14-9

#3 Virginia d. #2 North Carolina .........................11-9

Finals Duke d. North Carolina ............................14-6

Finals Maryland d. Virginia ...............................12-11

1996

2005

Semis #1 North Carolina d. #4 Duke .................18-8

Semis #1 Duke d. #4 North Carolina .............. 13-11

#3 Virginia d. #2 Maryland .................................13-9

#3 Maryland d. #2 Virginia ...................................8-7

Finals North Carolina d. Virginia ......................13-11

Finals Maryland d. Duke ......................................9-5

1997

2006

Semis #2 Duke d. #3 Maryland .......................17-10

Semis #1 Virginia, bye

#1 Virginia d. #4 North Carolina .......................17-13

#2 Maryland d. #3 North Carolina ......................10-9

Finals Virginia d. Duke .......................................12-6

Finals Virginia d. Maryland .................................11-5

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Women’s Lacrosse :: April 20, 21 & 23 • Durham, NC Conference Championships b y Sc h o o l Maryland Virginia Duke North Carolina

Year by Year Champions 1997 – Maryland 1998 – Virginia 1999 – Maryland 2000 – Maryland 2001 – Maryland 2002 – North Carolina 2003 – Maryland 2004 – Virginia

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First Round #4 Boston College d. #5 Virginia Tech 17-3 #3 North Carolina d. #6 Virginia

16-5

Semifinals #1 Maryland d. Boston College

8-5

North Carolina d. #2 Duke

17-8

Finals Maryland d. North Carolina

2005 – Duke 2006 – Virginia 2007 – Virginia 2008 – Virginia 2009 – Maryland 2010 – Maryland 2011 – Maryland

11-9

Maryland

NCAA Tournament Finalist

Duke

NCAA Tournament Semifinalist

North Carolina

NCAA Tournament Semifinalist

Boston College

NCAA Tournament First Round

Virginia

NCAA Tournament First Round

2011 Tournament M o s t V a l u a b l e Pl a y e r

2 0 1 1 USI L A All - A m e r i c a n s Kristin Igoe, Boston College Brittany Wilton, Boston College Emma Hamm, Duke Christie Kaestner, Duke Kat Thomas, Duke Kim Wenger, Duke Brittany Dipper, Maryland Laura Merrifield, Maryland Sarah Mollison, Maryland Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland Katie Gallagher, Maryland Corey Donohoe, North Carolina Mia Hurrin, North Carolina Becky Lynch, North Carolina Laura Zimmerman, North Carolina Liz Downs, Virginia Julie Gardner, Virginia

Laura Merrifield, Maryland

2011 Regular Season Final Standings Team Maryland Duke North Carolina Boston College Virginia Tech Virginia

W 5 4 3 1 1 1

Conference L 0 1 2 4 4 4

Overall W 21 15 15 12 10 9

L 2 5 6 7 8 9

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2011 ACC Player of the Year • Sarah Mollison, Maryland 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Cathy Reese, Maryland 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Abbey Friend, North Carolina 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Laura Merrifield, Maryland 2011 WomensLax.com National Co-Attack Player of the Year Sarah Mollison, Maryland 2011 WomensLax.com National Midfielder of the Year • Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland 2011 WomensLax.com National Goalie of the Year • Brittany Dipper, Maryland

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No Name Yr. Hometown

No Name Yr. Hometown

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 33

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 33 34 35 36

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 34 36 40 43

Stephanie Sabatini Kelly McNelis Brooke Blue Caroline Martignetti Kate Collins Carly Weilminster Covie Stanwick Ali Meagher Kara O’Connell Brittany Wilton Moira Barry Ginny Gummersall Sam Taylor Jessie Coffield Elizabeth Donovan Mikaela Rix Lauren Bronson Kate McCarthy Kristin Igoe Catherine Conway Cali Ceglarski Meghan Conley Rachel Igoe Claire Blohm Katherine Caufield Emily Mata

Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Gr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr.

Longmeadow, MA Millersville, MD Bethesda, MD Winchester, MA Alexandria, VA Ellicott City, MD Baltimore, MD Bow, NH Norwell, MA Garden City, NY Framingham, MA Wilmette, IL Topsfield, MA Alexandria, VA Ridgewood, NJ Garden City, NY Glastonbury, CT Longmeadow, MA Framingham, MA Acton, MA Darien, CT Needham, MA Framingham, MA Amityville, NY Chatham, NJ Severna Park, MD

Coaches Head Coach - Bowen Holden Associate Head Coach - Acacia Walker Assistant Coach - Jen Kent

Sydney Peterson Makenzie Hommel Maddy Morrissey Kat Thomas Casey Beyel Hannah Fisher Chelsea Landon Emma Tucci Kerrin Maurer Lauren Martin Erin Tenneson Amanda Jones Alyssa Ogle Taylor Trimble Maddie Salamone Kim Wenger Caroline Keating Kaitlin Gaiss Monica DeMairo Tara Stokes Molly Quirke Taylor Virden Katie Trees Mollie Mackler Emma Hamm Bridget Nolan Brigid Smith Sophia Sourlis Sarah Kendrick Gabby Moise Mie Graham Callie Francis Angel Thompson

So. Jr. So. Sr. r-Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. r-So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. r-Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Towson, MD Setauket, NY Skaneateles, NY Latham, NY Marmora, NJ Carmel, IN Norwell, MA Rye, NY Setauket, NY Weston, MA Pasadena, MD Maple Glen, PA Moorestown, NJ Rosemont, PA Bel Air, MD Malvern, PA Gladwyne, PA North Andover, MA Massapequa, NY Gladwyne, PA Wilmette, IL Ellicott City, MD San Diego, CA Longmeadow, MA Wayne, PA Summit, NJ Rockville, MD Baltimore, MD Lawrenceville, NJ Princeton, NJ Princeton, NJ Ponte Verde, FL The Woodlands, TX

Mattie Meredith Annie Farrell Taylor Salandra Megan Douty Kelly McPartland Katie Schwarzmann Kristy Black Kristen Lamon Alex Aust Brooke Griffin Erin Collins Iliana Sanza Melissa Diepold Bria Phillips Sam Barber Karri Ellen Johnson Camilla Hayes Beth Glaros Amalie Trentzsch Nicole Aust Jen Mendez Kelsey Horton Shanna Brady Danielle Kirk Mary Angstadt Kasey Howard Kristen McAfee Abbey Clipp Brittany Dipper

Coaches Coaches

Head Coach - Kerstin Kimel Associate Head Coach - Josh Hexter Assistant Coach - Amanda Barnes Volunteer Assistant Coach - Caline McHenry Olmsted

Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. r-Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. r-So. Sr. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. r-Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. r-Fr. Sr.

Lutherville, MD Baltimore, MD Glenwood, MD Fair Haven, NJ Farmingdale, NY Sykesville, MD Glenwood, MD Annapolis, MD Sterling, VA Edgewater, MD West Islip, NY Cockeysville, MD Baltimore, MD Davidsonville, MD Fairfax, VA Annapolis, MD Linton, Kent, England Ellicott City, MD Westminster, MD Sterling, VA Catonsville, MD Vienna, VA Smithtown, NY Severna Park, MD Jarrettsville, MD Annapolis, MD Moorestown, NJ Ellicott City, MD Clarksboro, NJ

Head Coach - Cathy Reese Assistant Coach - Quinn Carney Assistant Coach - Lauri Kenis Volunteer Assistant - Brian Reese


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No Name Yr. Hometown

No Name Yr. Hometown

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2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 32 33 34

0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 32 33 34 35

Laura Zimmerman Paige Hanson Britt Giacco Beth Ellis Lindsay Scott Zoe Skinner Sam McGee Margaret Corzel Taylor Thomas Jessica Griffin Becky Lynch Cassie Ballard Kara Cannizzaro Sloane Serpe Allie Kirchhofer Abbey Friend Sarah Scott Breada Farrell Eileen Giles Emily Garrity Taylor George Morgan Rubin Kaitlyn Messinger Kelly Devlin Courtney Waite Paula Schmidt Caileigh Sindall Laura Escobar Lillie Lingo Brittney Coppa Lauren Maksym

Coaches

Sr So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr So r-Fr. Jr Sr. So. Jr So. Fr So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr So Fr. Sr. Fr Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr So Jr.

Syracuse, NY Baltimore, MD Avon, CT Bryn Mawr, PA Yorktown Heights, NY Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Berwyn, PA Richmond, VA Sudbury, MA Garden City, NY Millersville, MD Cazenovia, NY North Caldwell, NJ Dallas, TX Canandaigua, NY Yorktown Heights, NY Essex Fells, NJ Concord, MA Rutledge, PA Arnold, MD Baltimore, MD Mendham, N.J Downingtown, PA Bernardsville, NJ Wantagh, NY Silver Spring, MD Raleigh, NC Rehoboth Beach, DE Hampstead, MD North Massapequa, NY

Head Coach - Jenny Levy Assistant Coaches - Phil Barnes, Jenn Cook Volunteer Assistant - Sarah Kuonen

Lauren Goerz Josie Owen Christie Donovan Megan Dunleavy Morgan Stephens Courtney Swan Liza Blue Maddy Fabiani Ashlee Warner Charlie Finnigan Dana Boyle Kelsey Gahan Leigh Ruland Meghan Helm Maddy Keeshan Ainsley Baker Anne Thomas Caroline McTiernan Lelan Bailey Julie Gardner Erin Laschinger Jess Loizeaux Liz Colgan Sloan Warren Kim Kolarik Daniela Eppler Katie Slater Annie Taylor

Coaches

So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. r-Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. So. So. r-Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr.

Danville, CA Gibson Island, MD Hingham, MA Fairfax Station, VA Olney, MD Vero Beach, FL Butler, MD McLean, VA Corning, NY Twickenham, England Londonderry, NH Cockeysville, MD Annapolis, MD Ellicott City, MD Greenwich, CT Corning, NY Baltimore, MD Garden City, NY Millersville, MD Severna Park, MD Lutherville, MD Mullica Hill, NJ Cockeysville, MD Philadelphia, PA Riva, MD Baltimore, MD Kensington, MD Alexandria, VA

Head Coach - Julie Myers Associate Head Coach - Colleen Shearer Assistant Coach - Jessy Morgan Operations Assistant - Jess Wilk Strosberg Volunteer Assistant - Kendall McBrearty

Alex Gale Kelly Naslonski Christina Patten Morgan Toland Taylor Landry Shannon Bone Maddy Hess Lindsay Roche Charlotte Marsh Ryan Rotanz Jessica Nonn Cawley Bromley Julie Wolfinger Morgan Widlake Becca Niles Jack Boissonneault Meg Bartley Ann Wallace Tazewell Rachel Skay Caroline Boucher Katie Grogan Libby Rosebro Brooke Martin Julia Heaps Kristin Semones Sammi Mosketti Kate Sistare Kimberly Patten Alexis Carey Megan Will

Coaches

Jr. So. r-Jr So. So Sr Fr So Jr Sr. Sr Fr. Sr Sr So Fr. Fr. Fr Fr Fr Jr Jr Jr. Jr. Jr So Jr Jr Jr. Fr.

Cicero, NY East Setauket, NY Chantilly, VA Cockeysville, MD Whitby, Ontario, Canada Pylesville, MD Lancaster, PA Sykesville, MD Reading, MA Salem, VA Catonsville, MD Cary, NC Finksburg, MD Catonsville, MD Columbus, OH Brooklin, Ontario, Canada Lewes, DE Richmond, VA North Bethesda, MD San Diego, CA Woodbine, MD Richmond, VA Hunt Valley, MD Street, MD Westminster, MD Fallston, MD Ashburn, VA Chantilly, VA Charlottesville, VA Bel Air, MD

Head Coach - Megan Burker Assistant Coach - Lindsay Lewis Assistant Coach - Sarah Jonson

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Women’s Lacrosse :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1997 Semis #3 Virginia d. #2 North Carolina ......................9-6 #1 Maryland d. #4 Duke ...........................................14-4 Finals Maryland d. Virginia .....................................11-10

2003 Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 North Carolina ................13-5 #3 Virginia d. #2 Duke ...............................................12-9 Finals Maryland d. Virginia .......................................11-6

1998 Semis #1 North Carolina d. #4 Maryland ............. 12-10 #2 Virginia d. #3 Duke .................................................9-7 Finals Virginia d. North Carolina .................................9-7

2004 Semis #2 Virginia d. #3 Maryland ..............................9-7 #1 Duke d. #4 North Carolina .................................12-11 Finals Virginia d. Duke ..............................................17-7

1999 Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 North Carolina ..... (ot) 19-17 #3 Virginia d. #2 Duke ...............................................10-9 Finals Maryland d. Virginia .......................................16-6

2005 1st Rd #4 North Carolina d. #5 Virginia Tech ..........15-5 Semis #2 Virginia d. #3 Maryland ..........................15-11 #1 Duke d. North Carolina ........................................11-9 Finals Duke d. Virginia ................................................9-6

2000 Semis #1 North Carolina d. #4 Duke .........................7-6 #2 Maryland d. #3 Virginia ..........................................8-6 Finals Maryland d. North Carolina ...........................17-6 2001 Semis #1 Maryland d. #4 Virginia ..............................7-6 #2 Duke d. #3 North Carolina ...................................10-5 Finals Maryland d. Duke ........................................ 15-12

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2002 Semis #4 Maryland d. #1 Virginia ......................... 15-12 #2 North Carolina d. #3 Duke ...................................12-8 Finals North Carolina d. Maryland .........................11-10

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2006 1st Rd #3 North Carolina d. #6 Virginia Tech ..........12-7 #4 Maryland d. #5 Boston College ...........................21-8 Semis #2 Virginia d. #3 North Carolina .......... (ot) 12-10 #1 Duke d. #4 Maryland ...........................................19-9 Finals Virginia d. Duke ..............................................13-8 2007 1st Rd #3 North Carolina d. #6 Virginia Tech ..........18-7 #4 Virginia d. #5 Boston College ..............................15-7 Semis North Carolina d. #2 Duke ..........................12-11 Virginia d. #1 Maryland .............................................10-7 Finals Virginia d. North Carolina ...............................12-6

2008 1st Rd #3 Duke d. #6 Virginia Tech ..........................19-6 #5 North Carolina d. #4 Boston College ..................12-8 Semis #2 Virginia d. Duke ........................................10-9 #1 Maryland d. North Carolina ...................................6-4 Finals Virginia d. Maryland ................................. ot) 10-9 2009 1st Rd #4 Virginia d. #5 Virginia Tech ......................13-5 #3 Duke d. #6 Boston College .................................16-5 Semis #1 Maryland d. Virginia .................................15-7 Duke d. #2 North Carolina ........................................14-4 Finals Maryland d. Duke .........................................12-11 2010 1st Rd #4 Duke d. #5 Boston College .....................17-6 #3 Virginia d. #6 Virginia Tech ..................................18-6 Semis #1 North Carolina d. Duke ............................14-4 #2 Maryland d. Virginia .............................................10-6 Finals Maryland d. North Carolina ...........................10-5 2011 1st Rd #4 Boston College d. #5 Virginia Tech .........17-3 #3 North Carolina d. #6 Virginia ...............................16-5 Semis #1 Maryland d. Boston College ......................8-5 North Carolina d. #2 Duke ........................................17-8 Finals Maryland d. North Carolina ...........................12-7


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Final IV8 IIV8 IV4 N8 PTS Virginia 24 18 12 6 60 Clemson 20 15 10 4 49 Duke 16 12 8 5 41 Miami 12 9 2 DNP 23 Boston College 8 6 6 2 22 North Carolina 4 3 4 3 14

ACC Championship Results I Varsity 4 II Varsity 4 I Varsity 8 II Varsity 8 Novice 8

Virginia, 2010 Virginia, 2001 Virginia, 2008 Virginia, 2007 Clemson, 2008

7:08.1 7:36.5 6:22.0 6:28.1 6:46.3

2011 CRCA All-Americans Laura D’Urso, Clemson Alex Japhet, Duke

I Varsity 4 I Varsity 8 1. Virginia 7:17.5 1. Virginia 2. Clemson 7:28.0 2. Clemson 3. Duke 7:39.6 3. Duke 4. Boston College 7:44.8 4. Miami 5. North Carolina 8:00.9 5. Boston College 6. Miami 8:46.2 6. North Carolina

6:23.9 6:25.1 6:41.4 6:49.6 6:55.5 6:57.5

Novice 8 II Varsity 8 1. Virginia 6:49.5 1. Virginia 2. Duke 7:01.0 2. Clemson 3. Clemson 7:03.6 3. Duke 4. North Carolina 7:09.2 4. Miami 5. Boston College 7:24.1 5. Boston College 6. Miami DNP 6. North Carolina

6:35.9 6:40.8 6:59.6 7:04.5 7:09.9 7:18.3

2011 All-Conference Team Alycia Da’Loia-Moore, Boston College

Alex Japhet, Duke

Claudia Blandford, Virginia

Laura Basadonna, Clemson

Emily Theys, Duke

Martie Kuzzy, Virginia

Katalin Horvath, Miami

Kristine O’Brien, Virginia

Sarah Medland, Miami

Christine Roper, Virginia

Brittany Walsh, North Carolina

Sidney Thorston, Virginia

Laura D’Urso, Clemson Liz Robb, Clemson

Kristine O’Brien, Virginia Christine Roper, Virginia

Year by Year Champions 2000 2001 2002 2003

Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia

2004 2005 2006 2007

Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia

2008 2009 2010 2011

Virginia Clemson Virginia Virginia

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69 Points 12 Points

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Name YR. Hometown

Name YR. Hometown

Name YR. Hometown

Meghan Bailey Lauren Beebe Jillian Bungard Ellen Burr Kaitlin Campbell Karen Campbell Alexis Carriere Katie Casebeer Emily Charnowski Melissa Chavez Nicaela Chinnaswamy Megan Clarke Cara Coash Megan Conway Alycia Da’Loia-Moore Nicole Frederick Jennifer Frese Victoria Goetz Victoria Greco Margaret Hanlon Regina Hayburn Shannon Healey Rachel Hess Aran Hubbell Erica Jennings Jennifer Johnson Ellen Keenan Caroline Kirkwood Emily Lewis Sarah Loiselle Jillian Marshall Shealyn Mathews Kelly McElduff Alicia McKean Emma Metzger Caroline Mitton Christina Murray Abby Oliveira Grace Olscamp Katelyn Olsson Rachel Pettis Stephanie Ragland Alyssa Rizzini Chelsea Robin Erin Roche Emily Ryan Karen Shu Maclaine Sisco Rebekah Straneva Caroline Suttlehan Kaitlyn Votta Wylie Wilson

Kristen Agee Ariana Alexandrescu Stephannie Allen Ameerah Aly Kathryn Andreoli Laura Basadonna Kate Biladeau Taylor Blanton Becca Brown Kristina Brown Katie Bruggeling Aylie Burnette Brittany Burns Stephanie Cameron Charlotte Case Rebekah Clogston Heather Cummings Laura D’Urso Alana de Klerk Kenzie DuBrul Samantha Duggan Sarah Egan Vanesa Ewais Sarah Fox Virginia Fritsche Maria Jose Gutierrez Laura Haselden Danielle Hayden Kyndal Heller Marissa Henry Taylor Hoynacki Lindsey Hughes Kelsey Igo MJ Keys Sarah Koering Jackie Kovach Eden Kuhn Giulia Longatti Kristin Manna Emily Massey Elise McVey Sarah Monn Cristina Morcom Katie Mosier Julia Ost Kerianne Pacheco Paige Pribonic Kendra Prosser Bre Przestrzelski Carissa Richardson Lindsay Rivoir Marie Rosasco Kelsie Saurber Kathleen Scibelli April Serieno Mary Ann Sims Meghan Sisk Lucy Steer Caroline Thomas Makenzie Thomas Jenny Tumas Alex Wall Kathryn Wiley Aurelia Wurzel Sarah Young

Nicole Antoine Fr. Tori Arendt Sr. Sarah Baker Jr. Shaye Bastien Jr. Brielle Batesko Fr. Allison Beattie So. Sophia Blair Fr. Breanna Briede Sr. Katie Burke Jr. Grace Cassidy So. Tara Dalton Fr. Julijana Englander Jr. Alexandra Enzor Fr. Rory Erickson-Kulas Sr. Lissa Glynn Sr. Katy Gregor So. Laura Guth Sr. Emily Hadley Fr. Elizabeth Howell So. Emily Hyland So. Lauren Jadovich Jr. Sydney Johnson Jr. Rebecca Kim Fr. Caroline Kiritsy So. Patricia Kolman Fr. Lauren Lashmet So. Priscilla Liu Fr. Kathleen Lyons Fr. Emilie Marchetti Jr. Sarah Mayo Fr. Ashleigh Anne McKinney Jr. Nancy McKinstry Sr. Kara Risser Fr. Julie Rohde Fr. Chelsea Sawicki So. Laura Sciarrino Jr. Kathy Smithwick Sr. Sophia Staal Fr. Altelisha Taylor Jr. Emily Theys Jr. Victoria Tsamis Jr. Claire Vannelli Fr. Karolina Wadolowska Fr. Caroline Williams Fr.

Coaches

Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Head Coach - Steve Fiske Assistant Coach - Amy Weatherby Assistant Coach - Anthony Brock Volunteer Assistant Coach - Brenda Balenger Volunteer Assistant Coach - Ashley Edwards

Pennington, N.J. Castle Rock, Colo. Chelmsford, Mass. Cazenovia, N.Y. Rye, N.Y. Plainsboro, N.J. Manchester, Conn. Philadelphia, Penn. St. Louis, Mo. Jacksonville, Fla. Wrentham, Mass. Manhasset, N.Y. Purchase, N.Y. Wayland, Mass. Bronx, N.Y. Villanova, Penn. Winter Park, Fla. Lexington, Mass. Fort Salonga, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Havertown, Pa. Winchester, Mass. Eagle River, Wis. Nashua, N.H. Northport, N.Y. Andover, Mass. West Roxbury, Mass. Wilmington, Del. Los Angeles, Calif. Westmont, Ill Buffalo, N.Y. Belvedere, Calif. Westborough, Mass. Athol, Mass. Seattle, Wash. Reisterstown, Md. Franklin, Mass. Sudbury, Mass. Cincinnati, Ohio Foxboro, Mass. Acworth, Ga. Reston, Va. Riverside, R.I. Rehoboth, Mass. Niskayuna, N.Y. Havertown, Pa. Chelmsford, Mass. Ridgewood, N.J. North East, Pa. Yonkers, N.Y. Wallingford, Pa. Philadelphia, Penn.

Coaches

Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So Fr. Sr. Jr. So Fr. Sr. Fr. So Jr. Fr. Fr. So Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So So Fr. So Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So Fr. So Fr. Fr. So Fr. Jr. Fr. So Fr. So Fr. Sr.

Head Coach - Robbie Tenebaum Assistant Coach - Melanie Onufrieff Assistant Coach - Jessica Leidecker Graduate Assistant - Michelle Nance

Bluffton, SC Salem, SC Orlando, FL Longwood, FL Shrewsbury, MA Torino, Italy Lutz, FL Aiken, SC Greenville, SC Greenville, SC St. Catharine’s, Ontario Rock Hill, SC Davidson, NC Alexandria, VA Newton, NJ Snohomish, WA Virginia Beach, VA Dunross, Culdaff, Ireland Greenville, SC Cincinnati, OH Christchurch, New Zealand Gold River, CA Jacksonville, FL Simpsonville, SC Clifton, VA Lima, Peru Spartanburg, SC Severna Park, MD Shrewsbury, MA Hampton Falls, NH Tega Cay, SC Seneca, SC Frederick, MD Christchurch, New Zealand Vineland, NJ Wyomissing, PA Gaithersburg, MD Como, Italy Mullica Hill, NJ Quincy, FL Duncan, SC Skillman, NJ West Palm Beach, FL Piscataway, NJ Hannover, Germany Oakland, NJ Hudson, WI Columbia, NJ Swannanoa, NC St. Catharine’s, Ontario Sewickly, PA Baltimore, MD Trenton, OH Walkersville, MD Simpsonville, SC Norcross, GA Richmond, VA Nashua, NH Cheraw, SC Harrison, OH Los Alamos, NM Elon, NC The Woodlands, TX Blevio, Como, Italy Winnsboro, NC

Coaches

Head Coach - Robyn Horner Assistant Coach - Jim Lister Assistant Coach - Kathryn Hagglund

Sacramento, CA North Royalton, OH Fairport, NY Corona Del Mar, CA Point Pleasant, NJ Jacksonville, FL Netwon Square, PA Melbourne, Australia Lutz, FL New Fairfield, CT Woodlands, TX Newton, MA Darrien, CT Naugatuck, CT Tucson, AZ North Wales, PA Bettendorf, IA Plainfield, NH Atlanta, GA London, England Avon, CT Lincoln, NE New York City, NY West Roxbury, MA Princeton, NJ Wilmette, IL Lenoir, NC Round Rock, TX Johnston, RI Dublin, OH Augusta, GA Lexington, KY San Jose, CA Purchase, NY Farmington, CT Buffalo, NY Louisville, KY Nairobi, Kenya Pensacola, FL Stoughton, WI Dobbs Ferry, NY London, Ontario, Canada Cape Coral, FL Raleigh, NC


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Name YR. Hometown

Name YR. Hometown

Nicole Aguirre Kayla Dawson Shannon DeCamp Diana Donnarumma Sophia Doughty Amanda DuPart Nicola Eick Maggie Fragel Fay Gilbert Elaine Golden Katie Guest Karishma Gupta Meghan Hamilton Hannah Hawks Breanna Hayton Kata Horvath Erin Hunt Courtney Keller Sarah Kurzu Christina Lighter Hannah Meister Caitlin Morrison Kelly O’Boyle Devon Phelan-Patton Genevieve Scott Maria Siemann Katie Stanzilis Alex Van Deusen Amanda Vedros Katie Warren Dani Yuska Nichole Zayan

Chelsea Boorman Katie Burger Allie Davis Jasmine Dennis Sarah Giles Steph Henrich Morgan Koder Josephine Kooijman Abby Lantz Emily Leidolf Ali Margherio Carie Mastrianni Alex McClelland Blair Meiggs Lindsay Newman Shannon O’Neil Kathleen Reynolds Maria Santoyo Emma Shaw Amanda Truesdell Claire Wardius Tianna Williams

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr.

Coaches Head Coach - Andrew Carter Assistant Coach - Ashleigh Genevich Assistant Coach - Meredith Razzolini

Miami, FL Chestertown, MD Bayshore, NY Buffalo, NY Marblehead, MA Roswell, GA Raleigh, NC Grosse Pointe Farms, MI Chicago, IL Davie, FL Toronto, Ontario Las Vegas, NV Davie, FL Mooresville, NC Victoria, British Columbia Gyor, Hungary Covington, WA Effingham, IL St. Louis, MS Honolulu, HI Sarasota, FL Tampa, FL Bellerose, NY Fairport, NY Chesterfield, NJ Millstone, NJ Miami, FL Pittsburgh, PA Chesapeake, VA Dover, Tenn. Jacksonville, FL Northville, MI

So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So.

Chicago, IL Cary, NC Dublin, OH Charlotte, NC Raleigh, NC Wyndmoor, PA Shelby, NC Marietta, GA Oak Park, IL Alexandria, VA Manhasset, NY Hillsborough, NC Winter Park, FL Camden, NC Winnetka, IL Wilmington, NC Salem, NH Raleigh, NC Chapel Hill, NC Williamsville, NY Pittsburgh, PA Robbinsville, NC

Coaches Head Coach - Sarah Haney Associate Head Coach/Novice Coach - Stephen Frazier Wong Assistant Coach - Brie Tyler Volunteer Assistant - Patti Hucks

Name YR. Hometown So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

Coaches Head Coach - Kevin Sauer Associate Head Coach - Steve Pritzker Novice Coach - Amanda Purcell Boatman - Roger Payne Graduate Assistant - Joshua Gautreau

Guatemala City, Guatemala Bainbridge Island, WA Glencoe, IL Fairfax, VA Sterling, MA Greenwich, CT Dallas, TX Reddicth, Worcestershire, England Darien, CT Orlando, FL Boston, MA Wilton, CT Boston, MA Sarasota, FL London, Ontario Centreville,VA Portland, OR Reno, NV Catonsville, MD Atlanta, GA Flourtown, PA Ellicott City, MD Wayne, PA Severna Park, MD Brewster, NY Minneapolis, MN New York, NY Bryn Mawr, PA Bangkok, Thailand Ft. Lauderdale,FL Margate, NJ Redmond, WA Campbell,CA Poway, CA Richmond, VA Knoxville, TN Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Tampa, FL Fairfax, VA Herndon, VA Milford, CT Milford, CT Massapequa Park, NY Darien, CT Midlothian, VA Cincinnati, OH Yorktown, VA New Malden, Surrey, England West Simsbury, CT Lexington,VA Portland, OR Carlisle, PA Haverford, PA New York, NY Greenwich, CT Greenwich, CT Atlanta, GA Falls Church, VA Chicago, IL Falls Church, VA Weston, CT Arlington, VA Westport, CT

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Isabella Artiles Gonzalez Keziah Beall Hemingway Benton Kensie Blodgett Sarah Borchelt Cristine Candland Chloe Carry Sarah Cowburn Emily Crump Axelle Eichner Kaitlin Fanikos Molly Frear Carolyn Glandorf Carli Goldberg Susanne Grainger Ashley Hendrickson Brandy Herald Katie Hillson Camille Hochheimer Veronica Jones Sarah Jordan Morgan Joseph Lexie Katz Maddie Keating Anna Kobayashi Martha Kuzzy Hayley LaFleche Chandler Lally Francesca Lauritano MacKenzie Leahy Taylor Levine Cara Linnenkohl Kaity McCullough Andie McPartland Kate Meredith Erin Metcalf Catherine Multari Elle Murray Marelle Myers Hannah Nelson Betsy Nilan Mary Nilan Kristine O’Brien Emily Pik Ann Reid Ruth Retzinger Julia Roithmayr Fiona Schlesinger Sarah Shanfield Jenny Shultis Hannah Silver Chelsea Simpson Lindley Smith Katherine Stewart Hunter Terry Paige Terry Sidney Thorsten Julia Truelove Liza Tullis Kristine Viray Brittany Wengel Hannah Yoest Lizzy Youngling

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2000

1st Virginia ..............................................................................40 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................30 3rd North Carolina ..................................................................19 4th Duke .................................................................................11

2001

1st Virginia .............................................................................38 IV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:31.3 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................32 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:40.5 3rd Duke* ...............................................................................15 IV4 ................Clemson .....................................7:27.7 4th North Carolina ..................................................................15 IIV4 ...............Virginia .......................................7:36.5 *Duke won the tiebreak over UNC for third place

2002

1st Virginia .............................................................................40 2nd Duke ................................................................................26 3rd Clemson ...........................................................................24 4th North Carolina ..................................................................10

IV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:31.4 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:38.3 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:25.0 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................6:54.8

2003

1st Virginia .............................................................................40 2nd Duke ................................................................................29 3rd Clemson ...........................................................................21 4th North Carolina ..................................................................10

IV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:47-9 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:52.9 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:44.0 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................7:02.0

2004

1st Virginia .............................................................................40 2nd Duke ................................................................................25 3rd Clemson ...........................................................................23 4th North Carolina ..................................................................11

IV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:34.3 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:47.1 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:45.1 N8+ ..............Virginia ....................................... 7:11.2

2005

1st Virginia .............................................................................49 IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:37.0 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................41 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:58.8 3rd Duke .................................................................................24 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:55.4 4th Miami ................................................................................19 N8+ ..............Clemson .....................................7:20.2 5th North Carolina ..................................................................17

2006

1st Virginia .............................................................................60 IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:31.0 2nd Duke ................................................................................43 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:36.6 3rd Miami ...............................................................................34 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:23.4 4th Clemson ...........................................................................30 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................6:50.1 5th Boston College ................................................................25 6th North Carolina .................................................................17

2007

1st Virginia .............................................................................60 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................46 Duke ......................................................................................43 4th Miami ................................................................................25 5th Boston College ................................................................23 6th North Carolina .................................................................13

IV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:36.7 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:28.1 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:31.6 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................6:47.4

2008

1st Virginia .............................................................................59 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................51 3rd Duke .................................................................................33 4th North Carolina ..................................................................28 5th Miami ...............................................................................24 6th Boston College ................................................................12

IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:22.0 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:31.4 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:18.6 N8+ ..............Clemson .....................................6:46.3

2009

1st Clemson ..........................................................................55 2nd Virginia ............................................................................54 3rd Miami ...............................................................................34 4th Boston College .................................................................23 5th Duke . ...............................................................................21 6th North Carolina .................................................................19

IV8 ................Clemson ...................................6:38.40 IIV8 ...............Virginia .....................................6:49.30 IV4 ................Clemson ...................................7:43.10 N8+ ..............Virginia .....................................7:04.80

2010

1st Virginia .............................................................................60 2nd Clemon ............................................................................50 4th Boston College .................................................................26 5th North Carolina .................................................................18 6th Miami ...............................................................................14

IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:34.2 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:59.4 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................6:49.4

2011

1st Virginia .............................................................................60 2nd Clemson ..........................................................................49 3rd Duke .................................................................................41 4th Miami ................................................................................23 5th Boston College ................................................................22 6th North Carolina .................................................................14

IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:23.9 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:35.9 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:17.5 N8+ ..............Virginia .......................................6:49.5

IV8 ................Virginia .......................................6:55.9 IIV8 ...............Virginia .......................................6:51.1 IV4 ................Virginia .......................................7:45.1 IIV4 ...............Virginia .......................................7:56.9


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10-1*

Georgia Tech

4

Virginia Tech

2

North Carolina

1

NC State

1

Virginia

1

Maryland

0-1*

Year by Year Champions 1992 – Florida State

1998 – Florida State

2005 – Georgia Tech

1993 – Florida State

1999 – Florida State

2006 – NC State

1994 – Virginia

2000 – Florida State

2007 – Virginia Tech

1995 – Florida State

2001 – North Carolina

2008 – Virginia Tech

1996 – Florida State

2002 – Georgia Tech

2009 – Georgia Tech

1997 – Florida State

2003 – Florida State

2010 – Georgia Tech

2004 – Florida State

2011 – Florida State

Maryland

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#3 Maryland d. #6 NC State #2 North Carolina d. #7 Boston College #8 Virginia d. #1 Georgia Tech #4 Florida State d. #5 Virginia Tech

4-3 (5 inn.) 9-0 6-0 9-2

North Carolina d. Maryland Florida State d. Virginia

7-3 12-5

Florida State d. North Carolina

4-1

2011 Tournament Most Valuable Player • Sarah Hamilton, Florida State 2011 NFCA All-Americans • Sharon Perkins, Georgia Tech 2011 ACC Player of the Year • Kelsi Weseman, Georgia Tech 2011 ACC Coach of the Year • Sharon Perkins, Georgia Tech 2011 ACC Pitcher of the Year • Kerry Hickey, Maryland 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year • Tory Speer, Boston College 2011 Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Christy Jones, Georgia Tech

Conference

Overall

W

L

W

L

Georgia Tech

18

2

45

12

North Carolina

13

7

34

21

Maryland

12

7

40

19

Florida State

9

11

32

28

Virginia Tech

9

12

37

20

NC State

7

12

26

23

Boston College

5

13

15

31

Virginia

5

14

24

31

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BOSTO N COL LE G E Name Yr. Hometown Morgan Kidd Sr. Peachtree City, GA Ronnie Mae Ayers So. Duvall, WA Nicole Koszowski So. Mountainside, NJ Amanda Horowitz So. Westminster, CA Brittany Wilkins Sr. Suffolk, VA Ali Lynette-Krech Sr. Toronto, Ontario Chelsea LoBue So. Scarsdale, NY Andrea Filler Fr. Fort Wayne, IN Chelsea Dimon Fr. Florence, NJ Annie Sommers Fr. Pasadena, CA CJ Chirichigno Fr. Costa Mesa, CA Nicole D’Argento Jr. Ashland, MA Bree Tanke So. Manalapan, NJ Alana Dimaso So. Holmdel, NJ Lizzy Ploen Sr. Naperville, IL Maria Pandolfo Jr. Reading, MA Rene Delagrammaticas Gr. Vista, CA Tory Speer So. Trabuco Canyon, CA Meg Scanlon So. Lawrenceville, NJ

Name Yr. Hometown Kirstin Austin Jr. Temple Terrace, FL Mallory Borden r-Sr. Jacksonville, FL Tiffani Brown Jr. Tallahassee, FL Amber Bryant r-Jr. Pomona, CA Morgan Bullock Jr. Dacula, GA Celeste Gomez So. Lake City, FL Briana Hamilton Jr. Woodruff, SC Kelly Hensley So. Niceville, FL Erika Hoffner Fr. Alpharetta, GA Shayla Jackson Sr. Pembroke Pines, FL Erika Leonard Fr. Cincinnati, OH Nicollette Levine Fr. Lithia, FL Evelyn Morgado r-Fr. Miami, FL Jessica Nori r-So. Weston, FL Maddie O’Brien r-Fr. Palm Harbor, FL Lindsey Peppers Fr. Tallahassee, FL Monica Perry r-Jr. Whitesburg, GA Megan Platt Fr. Brooksville, FL Bailey Schinella Fr. Valrico, FL Courtney Senas So. Wahiawa, HI Loren Smith Jr. Land O’Lakes, FL Lacey Waldrop Fr. Colonial Heights, VA Coaches Head Coach - Lonni Alameda Assistant Coach - Craig Snider Assistant Coach - Travis Wilson

GEORGIA T ECH Name Yr. Hometown Hayley Downs So. Grayson, GA Shannon Bear Sr. Grayson, GA Katie Johnsky Fr. Sarasota, FL Ashley Thomas So. McKinney TX Kelly Delashmit Jr. Marietta, GA Danielle Dike Sr. Scottsville, VA Kelsi Weseman Sr. Hutto, TX Chelsie Thomas Fr. Flowery Branch, GA Kaitlin Kates So. Morgan City, LA Jessica Sinclair Sr. Marietta, GA Lindsey Anderson So. Johns Creek, GA Kate Kuzma Sr. Sharpsburg, GA Kylie Kleinschmidt Fr. Lilburn, GA Karly Fullem Fr. Suwanee, GA Alysha Rudnik So. Lawrenceville, GA Caitlyn Coffey Fr. Tallahassee, FL Caroline Hilton r-Sr. Vidalia, GA Hope Rush Jr. Stockbridge, GA Coaches Head Coach - Sharon Perkins Assistant Coach - Aileen Morales Assistant Coach - Shaina Ervin Volunteer Assistant - Chris House

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Name Yr. Hometown Sara Acosta Jr. Anaheim, CA Bridget Hawvermale Fr. Sandy Spring, MD Liana Newton Fr. Cinnaminson, NJ Kaitlyn Schmeiser Fr. Dunkirk, MD Bree Hanafin Sr. Arlington, VA Bria Taylor Fr. Blue Springs, MO Kendra Knight Sr. Virginia Beach, VA Kelly Trimble So. Laurel, MD Shannon Bustillos Fr. Anaheim, CA Nikki Maier Jr. Orange, CT Sloane Van Meter Sr. Hanover, MD Candice Beards So. Ringwood, NJ Melissa Mancuso Jr. Hazlet, NJ Vangie Galindo Sr. Fontana, CA ToniAnn Licata Fr. Mount Kisco, NY Lexi Carroll Jr. Eau Gallie, FL Kathy McLaughlin Sr. Baltimore, MD Sydney Stewart r-Fr. Chino, CA Amanda McCann So. Drexel Hill, PA

Name Yr. Hometown Jordan Scarboro So. Wake Forest, NC Kelsey Green Sr. McLean, VA Elisha Elliot Jr. Lexington, NC Chelsey Butler Jr. Randleman, NC Lauren Walker Fr. York, PA Amy Nece So. Redlands, CA Ally Blake Sr. Concord, NC Lori Spingola So. Atlanta, GA Tisha Mahon Jr. Lexington, NC Kelli Wheeler Sr. Marietta, GA Sara Buchholz So. Miami, FL Paige Williams Jr. Newport, NC Kati Causey Fr. Grifton, NC Constance Orr Jr. Charlotte, NC Stephanie Krider Fr. Hiddenite, NC Ashley Bone So. Rocky Mount, NC Megan Morrison So. Tucson, AZ Jenna Kelly Fr. Santa Clarita, CA Logan Foulks So. Douglasville, GA Haleigh Dickey Sr. Woodstock, GAo

Coaches Head Coach - Laura Watten Assistant Coach - Amber Jackson Assistant Coach/Pitching - Charlotte Morgan Assistant Coach - Kelly Kretschman

Coaches Head Coach - Donna J. Papa Assistant Coach - Boo Gillette Assistant Coach - Mick Hokanson Volunteer Assistant - Michelle Batts Director of Operations - Catherine Mitchell

Name Yr. Hometown Scout Albertson So. Archdale, NC Renada Davis Fr. Tomball, TX Caitlin Dent Jr. Boynton Beach, FL Kirsty Grant So. Oakville, Ontario, Canada Jade Hennig Sr. Hillsboro, TX Kelsey Hoover Fr. Asheboro, NC Leah Jones So. Stedman, NC Sara Lippard Fr. Wilson, NC Katie Mansilla r-Jr. Pembroke Pines, FL Morgan Peeler Sr. Salisbury, NC Hayley Stowe So. Washington, NC Chelsea Tate So. Mission Viejo, CA Landon Warren Sr. Raleigh, NC Emily Weiman Fr. Pasadena, Md. Bethaney Wells Jr. Harrisburg, NC Liz Williamson Fr. Honea Path, SC Toni Ann Williford Sr. Angier, NC Coaches Head Coach - Lisa Navas Assistant Coach - Lisa Norris Assistant Coach - Brittany McKinney Volunteer Assistant - Alicia Abbott


Softball :: May 10-12 • Chapel Hill, NC 1992 Friday #2 North Carolina d. #3 Virginia ................................ 2-0 #1 Florida State d. #4 Georgia Tech ......................... 6-0 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ........................................... 10-3 Saturday Florida State d. North Carolina ................................ 11-0 Virginia d. North Carolina .......................................... 3-1 Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 11-1

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VIRG I N I A Name Yr. Hometown Marcy Bowdren So. Fairfax Station, VA Alexandra Rodriguez So. Fishkill, NY Alex Skinkis Jr. La Palma, CA Lauren Didlake Jr. Bowling Green, VA Karli Johnson So. Lovettsville, VA Alexa Martinez Sr. Fort Lauderdale, FL Giannina Cipolloni Sr. Philadelphia, PA Rachel Gillen Fr. Wilmington, DE Kristen Hawkins Jr. Elizabeth, PA Peyton Larus Fr. Midlothian, VA Taylor Williams Jr. Woodbridge, VA Heidi Velk Fr. Murrieta, CA Melanie Mitchell Jr. White Plains, MD Megan Harris Fr. Knoxville, TN Kennedy Byxbee Sr. Paradise Valley, AZ Erica Cipolloni So. Philadelphia, PA Stephanie Coates Sr. Gloucester, VA Stephanie Harris So. Knoxville, TN

V I R GI N IA TECH Name Yr. Hometown 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 30 37

Bkaye Smith Jr. Lauren Gaskill Fr. Kat Banks So. Jessica Rappe Fr. Katey Smith Fr. Lauren Darden r-So. Laura Wolff So. Beth Isaacs Fr. Nina Compton So. Isabella Corrao Fr. Courtney Liddle Jr. Lauren Boitnott Fr. Betty Rose Jr. Jessica McNamara Fr. Kylie McGoldrick Fr. Bailey Liddle Fr. Logan Spaw Fr. Dani Anderson So. Marra Hvozdovic Sr. Jasmin Harrell Jr. Kelsey Mericka Fr. Kristen Froehlich Sr.

Cameron, NC Mt. Holly, NJ Hendersonville, TN Charlotte, NC Falmouth, VA Mt. Olive, NC Vienna, VA Mt. Airy, NC Gretna, VA Farmingdale, NY Haymarket, VA Roanoke, VA South Boston, VA Centreville, VA Stratford, NJ Haymarket, VA Blue Springs, MO Rio Linda, CA Herndon, VA Irvine, CA Kennesaw, GA Coral Springs, FL

Coaches Head Coach - Scot Thomas Associate Head Coach - Al Brauns Assistant Coach - Barb Sherwood Volunteer Assistant Coach - Whitney Davis

1994 Friday #2 Virginia d. #3 North Carolina .....................12 inn) 2-1 #1 Florida State d. #4 Georgia Tech ......................... 2-1 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ................................ 4-0 Saturday Virginia d. Florida State ............................................. 2-0 Florida State d. North Carolina ................................. 6-5 Florida State d. Virginia ............................................. 1-0 Title Game: Virginia d. Florida State ......................... 3-0

1995 Thursday #4 North Carolina d. #5 Maryland ............................. Friday #2 Georgia Tech d. #3 Virginia ................................. #1 Florida State d. North Carolina ............................ Virginia d. Maryland ................................................... Florida State d. Georgia Tech ................................... Saturday Virginia d. North Carolina .......................................... Georgia Tech d. Virginia ............................................ Title game: Florida State d. Georgia Tech ................

8-0 3-1 4-0 8-0 2-1 5-4 7-4 5-2

1996 Thursday #5 Maryland d. #4 Virginia ........................................ 1-0 Friday #2 Florida State d. #3 Georgia Tech ......................... 5-4 Maryland d. #1 North Carolina .................................. 3-0 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ............................................ 3-2 Florida State d. Maryland .......................................... 3-0 Saturday North Carolina d. Virginia .......................................... 8-0 North Carolina d. Maryland ....................................... 3-1 Title Game: Florida State d. North Carolina ................... 3-1

1997 Thursday #5 North Carolina d. #4 Georgia Tech ...................... Friday #3 Maryland d. #2 Virginia ........................................ #1 Florida State d. #5 North Carolina ....................... Georgia Tech d. Virginia ............................................ Florida State d. Maryland ..........................................

8-7 4-3 5-4 7-2 4-3

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Coaches Head Coach - Eileen Schmidt Associate Head Coach - Heidi Freitager Assistant Coach - Yolanda McRae Volunteer Coach - Sarah Tacke

Friday #3 Virginia d. #2 North Carolina ................................ 1-0 #1 Florida State d. #4 Georgia Tech ....................... 12-0 Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ................................ 3-2 Saturday Virginia d. Florida State ............................................. 1-0 Florida State d. Georgia Tech .................................. 11-0 Florida State d. Virginia ............................................. 2-0 Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia ........................ 4-2

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Softball :: YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS Saturday Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ......................(8 inn) 3-2 Maryland d. Georgia Tech ......................................... 9-0 Maryland leading Florida State .................................*2-1 (*play suspended due to inclement weather - Florida State and Maryland declared co-champions)

1998 Thursday #4 Virginia d. #5 Georgia Tech ................................. 3-1 #2 Florida State d. #3 Maryland ............................... 1-0 Virginia d. North Carolina .......................................... 2-1 Friday Maryland d. Georgia Tech ......................................... 4-0 Florida State d. Virginia ........................................... 10-0 North Carolina d. Maryland ....................................... 4-0 Saturday Virginia d. North Carolina .......................................... 6-0 Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia ......................... 2-1

1999 Thursday #4 Virginia d. #5 Georgia Tech ................................. #2 Florida State d. #3 North Carolina ....................... Virginia d. #1 Maryland ............................................. Friday Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ................................ Florida State d. Virginia ............................................. Maryland d. Georgia Tech ......................................... Saturday Virginia d. Maryland ................................................... Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia .........................

4-0 2-1 1-0 6-2 1-0 7-0 3-1 3-0

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Saturday #4 Virginia d. #5 Georgia Tech ................................. #3 Florida State d. #2 Maryland ............................... Virginia d. #1 North Carolina ..................................... Sunday Maryland d. Georgia Tech ......................................... Virginia d. Florida State ............................................. Maryland d. North Carolina ....................................... Monday Florida State d. Maryland .......................................... Florida State d. Virginia ............................................. Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia .........................

7-6 6-2 3-1 2-1 4-2 4-3 3-0 3-1 2-0

2001 Friday #5 Maryland d. #4 Georgia Tech .............................. 1-0 #2 North Carolina d. #3 Virginia ................................ 7-3 #1 Florida State d. Maryland ..................................... 2-1 Saturday Virginia d. Georgia Tech ............................................ 3-2 North Carolina d. Florida State ................................. 2-0 Maryland d. Virginia ................................................... 3-1 Sunday Florida State d. Maryland .......................................... 4-0 Title Game: North Carolina d. Florida State ............................ 4-1

2002 Friday #4 North Carolina d. #5 Virginia ................................ #2 Georgia Tech d. #3 Maryland .............................. #1 Florida State d. #4 North Carolina ....................... Saturday Virginia d. Maryland ................................................... Georgia Tech d. Florida State ................................... North Carolina d. Virginia .......................................... North Carolina d. Florida State .................................

6-0 1-0 3-2 4-1 2-0 2-1 5-2

Sunday Title Game: Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ................................ 6-2

2003 Friday #4 Virginia d. #5 Maryland ........................................ 4-0 #3 Georgia Tech d. #2 North Carolina ...................... 3-1 #1 Florida State d. #4 Virginia ................................. 10-1 Saturday Maryland d. North Carolina ....................................... 9-8 Florida State d. Georgia Tech ................................... 5-3 Virginia d. Maryland ................................................... 6-3 Virginia d. Georgia Tech ............................................ 4-3 Sunday Title Game: Florida State d. Virginia ....................... 10-2

2004 Friday #4 Georgia Tech d. #5 NC State ............................... 2-1 #6 Maryland d. #3 Virginia ........................................ 5-3 #1 Florida State d. Georgia Tech .............................. 3-2 #2 North Carolina d. Maryland .................................. 7-2 Saturday Georgia Tech d. Virginia ............................................ 4-1 Maryland d. NC State ................................................ 6-0 Florida State d. North Carolina .......................(5 inn) 8-0 Georgia Tech d. Maryland ......................................... 6-4 Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ................................ 4-0 Sunday Title Game: Florida State d. Georgia Tech ............... 3-1

2005 Thursday #4 NC State d. #5 North Carolina ............................. 2-0 #7 Virginia Tech d. #2 Florida State .......................(14 inn) 3-2 #3 Virginia d. #6 Maryland ........................................ 5-4 #1 Georgia Tech d. #4 NC State ............................... 2-0 Friday Virginia d. Virginia Tech ............................................. 2-1 Maryland d. Florida State .......................................... 2-0 Virginia Tech d. North Carolina ................................. 4-0 Maryland d. NC State ......................................(8 inn) 3-2 Saturday Georgia Tech d. Virginia ............................................ 3-0 Virginia Tech d. Maryland .......................................... 5-3 Virginia Tech d. Virginia ............................................. 2-1 Sunday Title Game: Georgia Tech d. Virginia Tech ..................... 1-0

2006 Thursday #6 Virginia d. #3 Virginia Tech ................................... 3-0 #2 North Carolina d. #7 Maryland ............................. 5-3 #1 NC State d. #8 Boston College .........................(5 inn) 8-0 #5 Florida State d. #4 Georgia Tech .....................(5 inn) 10-1 Virginia Tech d. Maryland .......................................... 1-0 Friday Georgia Tech d. Boston College ............................... 7-3 North Carolina d. Virginia .......................................... 1-0 Florida State d. NC State .......................................... 6-0 Georgia Tech d. Virginia ................................(5 inn) 11-2 NC State d. Virginia Tech .......................................... 7-2 Saturday NC State d. North Carolina ....................................... 2-1 Georgia Tech d. Florida State ................................... 4-3 NC State d. North Carolina ....................................... 2-0 Florida State d. Georgia Tech ................................... 7-4 Sunday Title Game: NC State d. Florida State ...................... 4-1

2007 Thursday #3 Georgia Tech d. #6 Maryland .............................. 5-1 #7 Boston College d. #2 NC State ........................... 2-0 #1 Virginia Tech d. #8 Virginia ................................... 4-1 #4 Florida State~ d. #5 North Carolina ..................... (5 inn.) 8-0 Maryland d. NC State ................................................ 3-2 Friday North Carolina d. Virginia ...............................(5 inn.) 8-0 Georgia Tech d. Boston College ............................... 4-0 Virginia Tech d. Florida State .................................... 4-0 North Carolina d. Boston College ............................. 5-0 Florida State~ d. Maryland ........................................ 7-4 Saturday Georgia Tech d. Florida State ................................... 7-3 Virginia Tech d. North Carolina ................................. 3-0 Sunday Title Game: Virginia Tech d. Georgia Tech ............... 2-0

2008 Thursday #3 Florida State d. #6 Boston College ...................... #2 Virginia Tech d. #7 Maryland ............................... #1 North Carolina d. #8 Virginia ................................ #5 NC State d. #4 Georgia Tech ............................... #6 Boston College d. #7 Maryland ........................... Friday Georgia Tech d. Virginia ............................................ Saturday Virginia Tech d. Florida State .................................... NC State d. North Carolina ....................................... Sunday Title Game: Virginia Tech d. NC State ......................

5-1 7-4 6-0 1-0 7-3 5-3 2-0 1-0 2-0

2009 Friday #3 North Carolina d. #6 NC State .............................. 3-1 #2 Florida State d. #7 Boston College ...................... 2-0 #1 Georgia Tech d. #8 Virginia ................................. 7-0 #5 Virginia Tech d. #4 Maryland ............................... 3-0 Saturday Florida State d. North Carolina ................................. 4-1 Georgia Tech d. Virginia Tech ................................. 14-4 Sunday Georgia Tech d. Florida State ................................... 3-1

2010 Friday #3 Florida State d. #6 Maryland ................................ 3-0 #7 Virginia Tech d. #2 Virginia .........................8 inn.) 1-0 #1 Georgia Tech d. #8 Boston College ..........5 inn.) 8-0 #4 North Carolina d. #5 NC State .............................. 7-1 Saturday Florida State d. Virginia Tech .................................... 5-3 Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ......................5 inn.) 8-0 Sunday Georgia Tech d. Florida State ................................... 8-4

2011 Friday #3 Maryland d. #6 NC State ..................................... 4-3 #2 North Carolina d. #7 Boston College ........(5 inn.) 9-0 #8 Virginia d. #1 Georgia Tech ................................. 6-0 #4 Florida State d. #5 Virginia Tech .......................... 9-2 Saturday North Carolina d. Maryland ....................................... 7-3 Florida State d. Virginia ........................................... 12-5 Sunday Title Game: Florida State d. North Carolina ................................. 4-1


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