The 2014 ACC Must See Moment of the Year Winner Announced


Fans vote for Ashley Meier, Virginia Tech Women’s Soccer Long-Range Goal

Charlotte, N.C.: The ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN), announced Ashley Meier as the winner of the 2014 Must See Moment of the Year fan vote.

Meier’s incredible goal off the crossbar and in from 25 yards out against Clemson in September (Watch Here: impressed fans so much that she received over half of the overall votes. 

“I cannot begin to tell you how excited I am and what an honor this is knowing the quality of all of the athletes in the ACC,” stated Meier after learning of the results of the fan vote. “I want to thank all the fans that took the time to vote! Thank you for this exceptional honor!”

Fans voted based on the Top 10 #MustSeeACC Moments from 2014 across all sports that were released on December 19th.  Fans are invited to tweet @theACCDN #MustSeeACC with feedback and comments and watch all of the Best of 2014 here: or on the ACCDN YouTube channel here:

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 2013 Must See Moment of the Year winner as chosen by the fans was Jerami Grant (Syracuse) and his dunk from November 26, 2013 (ACCDN link:     

The ACC Digital Network (theACCDN) 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 such as Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Roku. For more information, visit and follow @theACCDN on Twitter and Instagram.