All-ACC Women's Golf Team Announced
May 6, 2008
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Duke placed four players on the 2008 All-ACC Women's Golf team as well as capturing Player of the Year honors in Amanda Blumenherst, as selected by the league's nine head coaches.
The Blue Devils were represented by junior Amanda Blumenherst, the 2008 ACC individual conference medalist, who made her third-straight appearance on the all-conference team. Teammates Jennifer Pandolfi, who joins the All-ACC team for her fourth-straight year, Jennie Lee, a three-
Virginia and Wake Forest were each represented by two players from their respective teams. Junior Lene Krog and freshman Calle Nielson made their first appearance ever on the all-conference team representing Virginia. Wake Forest junior Nannette Hill secured a spot on the team for the second time in her career while fellow teammate Natalie Sheary received her first All-ACC accolade and also earned ACC Freshman of the Year honors.
Four teams - Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina and NC State - rounded out the 12-member team with one selection each.
Florida State junior Caroline Westrup secured her third straight All-ACC honor. Kelly Calkin, a senior from Maryland, received her second straight accolade while North Carolina's Sydney Crane and NC State's Lauren Doughtie received their first All-ACC honors.
Kim Lewellen, Virginia's first-year coach, was chosen as the league's Coach of the Year, her first such honor in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Lewellen guided her team to a second place finish at the ACC Championship narrowly losing to Duke by one stroke.
2008 All-ACC Women's Golf Team
ACC Freshman of the Year
ACC Coach of the Year