ACC Announces All-Conference Men's Golf Team
May 4, 2007
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Four Atlantic Coast Conference teams - Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Wake Forest placed two players each on the 2007 All-ACC men's golf team, as selected by a vote of the league's head coaches.
Clemson swept the 2007 ACC individual awards with freshman Kyle Stanley named Player and Freshman of the Year, while Larry Penley was named Coach of the Year for his seventh such honor. Ben Martin, a freshman, was the second Clemson honoree on the All-ACC team.
Florida State junior Jonas Blixt was an automatic member of the ACC team as the 2007 medalist winner. Fellow teammate Matt Savage, a sophomore, earned All-Conference honors for the first time.
Georgia Tech and Wake Forest were each represented by two players. Georgia Tech senior Roberto Castro earned his fourth straight accolade, while Georgia Tech sophomore Cameron Tringale earned his second such honor. Tringale was named the league's freshman of the year in 2006. Webb Simpson, a junior from Wake Forest, captured his third-straight accolade while fellow teammate Chris McCartin, a junior, earned his first honor on the All-ACC team.
Rounding out the 12-member team are seniors Martin Ureta, a third-straight honoree from North Carolina and NC State's Jerry Richardson, his first All-ACC team accolade. In addition, Virginia and Duke placed first-time honorees in sophomore Conrad Von Borsig and freshman Adam Long, respectively.
2007 All-ACC Men's Golf Team
Player of the Year
Freshman of the Year
Coach of the Year