All-ACC Women's Golf Team Announced
May 7, 2007
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Duke placed five players on the 2007 All-ACC Women's Golf team as well as capturing Coach, Player and Freshman of the Year honors, as selected by the league's nine head coaches.
The Blue Devils were represented by senior Anna Grzebien, her fourth-straight appearance on the all-conference team. Fellow Blue Devils, junior Jennifer Pandolfi, joins the All-ACC team for the third-straight year and sophomores Jennie Lee and Amanda Blumenherst join for the second-straight year. Blumenherst was ACC Player and Freshman of the Year in 2006. Duke ACC Freshman of the Year, Alison Whitaker makes her first appearance on the team.
Maryland's Kelly Calkin, a junior from St. Charles, Ill., is the second representative ever from the University of Maryland on the All-ACC women's golf team - Katie Stepanek being the first in 2006. North Carolina and Virginia were each represented by two players from their respective teams. Leah Wigger, a senior who is making her fourth-straight appearance on the all-conference team and Jennie Arseneault, a sophomore making her first appearance on the team represented Virginia. Making her second appearance from North Carolina is senior Katie Miller and fellow teammate and first-time honoree, Lauren Hunt, a sophomore from Little, River, S.C.
Rounding out the 12-member team was Wake Forest and Florida State with one representative each. Wake Forest senior, Amanda Goins and Florida State's sophomore, Carolina Westrup, joined the All-ACC team for the second year in a row.
Dan Brooks, Duke's head coach, was chosen as the league's Coach of the Year winning his second straight and 11th overall honor. Duke honors also went to ACC Player of the Year, Amanda Blumenherst, the individual medalist at the ACC Championship and ACC Freshman of the Year, Alison Whitaker.
2007 All-ACC Women's Golf Team
Player of the Year
Freshman of the Year
Coach of the Year