On ACC ALL ACCESS This Week: Thursday, April 28

April 27, 2011

  • Thursday, April 28 at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
  • Thursday, April 28 at 10 p.m. ET on SportSouth

Our “O’Charley’s ACC Profile” spotlights Florida State jumper Kim Williams, whose long list of accolades includes winning the NCAA indoor triple jump in 2011 for the fourth year in a row; becoming the first athlete in ACC history to win a title in one event in four consecutive seasons and being named an All-American in both the triple jump and the long jump.

The ACC crowned eight champions last weekend, and ACC All Access will have highlights of all the championship events:

  • Maryland became the second school in ACC history to win the ACC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championship in the same season
  • Virginia won its fifth straight ACC Men’s Tennis Championship
  • North Carolina won the ACC Women’s Tennis Championship
  • Georgia Tech won its third straight ACC Men’s Golf Championship and 13th overall
  • Florida State won its seventh straight ACC Men’s Track and Field Championship
  • Clemson won its second straight ACC Women’s Track and Field Championship
  • Virginia won its 11th ACC rowing title in 12 years.

In “Rounding the Bases”, Mike Hogewood and Dan Bonner preview the ACC baseball game of the week Saturday in Clemson as the Tigers host the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at 1p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas.

After 40 years as the Voice of the North Carolina Tar Heels, broadcast legend Woody Durham is stepping away from the microphone. Durham called more than 1,800 Tar Heel football and men’s basketball games during his tenure. This week’s Hog Blog looks back at some of Durham’s greatest calls.

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