On ACC ALL ACCESS This Week: Starting On Thursday, April 8

April 7, 2010

  • Thursday, April 8 at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
  • Friday, April 9 at 9 a.m. ET on SportSouth

The Duke Blue Devils won the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Monday night with a thrilling win over the Butler Bulldogs, 61-59. ACC All Access has footage from the team’s “Welcome Back Party” at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Last week North Carolina competed in the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship where they achieved their highest finish at NCAA’s since 1996 at 15th. Junior Joe Kinderwater carried an ACC All Access flip cam for a behind-the-scenes look at North Carolina’s experience at the national level.

This week’s ACC All Access player profile is Georgia Tech women’s tennis player Amanda McDowell, who was a part of the Yellow Jackets NCAA Women’s Tennis Championship team as a freshman in 2007 and won the NCAA Women’s Singles Championship in 2008.

And in this weeks’ Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood takes a look at Clemson two-sport star Kyle Parker, who as a member of the Tigers’ football team was one of the top passers in the ACC as a red-shirt freshman quarterback and as a member of the baseball team is among the conference leaders in home runs and slugging percentage.

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