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Fourteen women, five men earn recognition
GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Nineteen student-athletes from six different Atlantic Coast Conference institutions have been named All-Americans, as announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
Of the 19 student-athletes honored, 14 women earned recognition, while five men earned All-America status.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team had the most of any ACC squads, as it placed four student-athletes on the list.
The 19 student-athletes receiving All-America honors tied for the second most in league history, rivaled only by a total of 20 honorees following the 2009 season.
In order to earn ITA All-America honors, a student-athlete must meet any of the following criteria: In singles play, a student-athlete must be a Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championship, reach the round of 16 in the NCAA Singles Championship or finish in the Top 20 of final ITA National Singles Rankings. In doubles play, a student-athlete must be a top eight seed in NCAA Doubles Championship, reach the quarterfinals in the NCAA Doubles Championship or finish in the Top 10 of final ITA National Doubles Rankings.
ACC on 2014 ITA All-America Team (Women’s)
Beatrice Capra Duke S/D
Ester Goldfeld Duke S
Hanna Mar Duke D
Megan Kurey Georgia Tech D
Kendal Woodard Georgia Tech D
Monique Albuquerque Miami D
Clementina Riobueno Miami D
Hayley Carter North Carolina S/D
Whitney Kay North Carolina D
Jamie Loeb North Carolina S/D
Caroline Price North Carolina D
Danielle Collins Virginia S
Julia Elbaba Virginia S/D
Rachel Pierson Virginia D
ACC on 2014 ITA All-America Team (Men’s)
Hunter Harrington Clemson D
Dominique Maden Clemson D
Brayden Schnur North Carolina S
Alex Domijan Virginia S
Mitchell Frank Virginia S