April 11, 2007
Weaver-James-Corrigan Honorary Award Recipients
|Britten Meyer, Soccer, Clemson|
A three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Started 43 games and scored four goals and nine assists for 17 career points ... Named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America Southeast Region team ... Helped the Lady Tiger defense achieve an NCAA soccer first in 2006 by advancing in three consecutive games in tournament play by winning penalty kicks.
|Anna Grzebien, Golf, Duke|
2005 NCAA Individual Champion and East Regional Champion ... 2005 Honda Award winner as the National Player of the Year ... 2005 & 2006 NGCA first team All-American ... Words Unlimited Rhode Island Female Athlete of the Year in 2004 ... A three-time All-ACC selection ... Collected 10 top five, 16 top 10 and 27 top 20 finishes over her career ... A 2004 NGCA Honorable Mention All-American ... Led Duke to back-to back NCAA Championships in 2005 and 2006 ... Guided the Blue Devils to three straight ACC titles ... Led Duke to 27 team victories over her career with the Blue Devils.
|Roberto Castro, Golf, Georgia Tech|
A three-time All-American, including first-team honors in 2005, following a third-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... A three-time All-ACC pick ... ACC Rookie of the Year in 2004 ... Has been ranked as high as No. 4 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... Enters his final spring campaign with a stroke average of 72.01, which currently ranks among the five best in Georgia Tech history ... Member of the United States Palmer Cup Team in 2005 and 2006, and served as team captain in 2005 ... A two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American, including first-team honors in 2006 ... A member of the ACC All-Academic Golf team in 2006, as well as a three-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... Was a Golf Coaches' Association of America (GCAA) All-America Scholar in 2006 ... Member of the Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board.
|Josh Wilson, Football, Maryland|
A two-year starter at cornerback and four-year letter winner ... Played in 46 of 48 career games, including 28 starts ... Ended his career as one of the most complete cornerbacks in the conference, earning All-ACC honors and honorable mention All-America accolades in 2006 ... A two-time Academic All-ACC selection ... Tallied 157 career tackles, including 100 solo stops ... His 847 career kick return yards set a single-season record and rank ninth on the Terps career list ... an Iron Terp in 2005 ... The recipient of the James Tatum Award as the top football student-athlete in the conference.
|Heather O'Reilly, Women's Soccer, North Carolina|
2006 Honda Soccer Award winner and a finalist in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... 2006 Soccer America National Player of the Year ... Team captain as a senior ... Has been a member of U.S. National Team since 2002 ... A 2004 Olympic gold medalist and a 2002 gold medalist at the Under-19 World Championships ... 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year and ESPN The Magazine first team Academic All-American ... 2005 ESPN The Magazine second team Academic All-American ... Named Most Outstanding Offensive Player of 2003 and 2006 NCAA College Cup ... Member of the 2003 & 2006 NCAA Championship teams and the 2003, 2005 and 2006 ACC Championship teams ... Her 15 NCAA Tournament goals and 44 NCAA Tournament points both rank third in NCAA history ... 2004 U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year ... 2004 and 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy finalist ... A three-time Soccer Buzz Player of the Year finalist and consensus first team All-America selection ... Led North Carolina in scoring for three years ... A first-team All-ACC pick for three years ... Four-time All-ACC Tournament team member ... 2003 consensus National Freshman of the Year ... 2005 ACC Offensive Player of the Year ... Has 59 career goals (10 at UNC), 49 career assists (12th at UNC) and 167 career points (11th at UNC) to her credit.
|Jemissa Hess, Cross Country/Track & Field, NC State |
Earned All-ACC honors in the mile at the 2007 Indoor ACC Championships with a third place finish ... NCAA Qualifier for the outdoor 1,500 meters in 2006 ... Named an indoor NCAA All-American in the 3,000 meters ... Also earned All-ACC honors in both the mile and the 3,000 meters during the 2006 indoor season ... Named to the ACC Honor Roll.
|Adam Cristman, Soccer, Virginia|
Named to the 2005 All-ACC Academic Men's Soccer team ... Was second on the team in scoring with 10 goals and five assists for 25 points as a senior ... A two-time All-ACC second team pick ... Selected in the fourth round (48th overall) in the 2007 MLS Draft ... Named second team NSCAA/Adidas All-South Atlantic Region ... Earned ACC All-Tournament honors in 2004 ... Was named to the ACC All-Freshman Team in 2003.
|Brandon Pace, Football, Virginia Tech|
A three-time All-ACC Academic Football team selection ... Made 22 consecutive field goals over the 2005 and 2006 seasons - the second-longest streak in ACC history ... Finished his career as the league's all-time leader in field accuracy making 58-of-68 career attempts (.853) ... Also finished his career ranked third all-time at Virginia Tech in scoring with 310 points ... A three-time All-ACC pick, garnering first-team honors in 2004, honorable mention in 2005 and second-team accolades in 2006.