The 2013-14 ACC Basketball Must See Moments of the Year Winners Announced


Fans vote for plays by Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis and North Carolina’s Allisha Gray

Charlotte, N.C.:  The ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) brought to you by Ruby Tuesday announced Tyler Ennis of Syracuse and Allisha Gray of North Carolina, as winners of the 2013-2014 Basketball Must See Moment of the Year fan vote. 

Syracuse point guard Tyler Ennis hit the shot of the year, according to fans, when the freshman made the long three-pointer to beat Pitt at the buzzer back in February. (Link:

“It’s a great honor to have that play selected by the fans, considering all the amazing plays that happened in the ACC,” said Tyler Ennis.

Fans were also impressed by Allisha Gray’s nice spin move into the lane and finish with a layup. (Link: “I was very surprised when I heard that my play was voted the Must See Moment of the Year,” said Allisha Gray.  “I just incorporated the spin move into my game this season so I haven't really practiced it all that much. I'm thankful at that moment I was able to do that move and make the basket. I'm grateful to all the fans that voted for me. It's a great accomplishment!”

Fans voted on 10 finalists in each of the Men’s and Women’s category for the ACCDN Must See Moment of the Year.  Fans are invited to tweet @theACCDN #MustSeeACC with feedback and comments.

The ACC Digital Network Must See Moment of the Year is a year-long campaign, highlighting the athletes responsible for making these exciting memories across all ACC sports and giving fans the chance to vote for the Must See Moment of the Year.  The next fan vote will take place on in May for the 2013-14 Olympic Sports category.


The ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) is a joint venture between Silver Chalice, a fast-growing digital sports and entertainment media firm and Raycom Sports, a long-time television producer and partner of the Atlantic Coast Conference.  The television-quality, cross-platform digital video network covers the spectrum of one of the nation’s top intercollegiate athletic conferences, featuring both live programming and original on-demand content throughout the entire year.  All ACCDN videos are viewable on, the ACC mobile and tablet app, as well as various streaming and connected mobile and TV devices. For more information, visit and follow @theACCDN on Twitter and Instagram.