Tuesday, March 11, 2008

ALL-ACC BASKETBALL TEAM

Tyler Hansbrough kept North Carolina among the nation's elite all season, and now the Tar Heels star is in some elite company himself.

Hansbrough became the third player in league history to be unanimously selected three times to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team in voting results released Monday by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.

The 6-foot-9 junior forward joined Virginia guard Sean Singletary as third-time selections by the 90 writers and broadcasters who voted. They became the 24th and 25th three-time first-teamers in league history and first since Maryland's Juan Dixon in 2002.

ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
*Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (270)
Tyrese Rice, Boston College (261)
Sean Singletary, Virginia (257)
DeMarcus Nelson, Duke (250)
Jack McClinton, Miami (208)

SECOND TEAM
Greivis Vasquez, Maryland (199)
James Gist, Maryland (186)
Wayne Ellington, North Carolina (158)
A.D. Vassallo, Virginia Tech (120)
K.C. Rivers, Clemson (115)

THIRD TEAM
Kyle Singler, Duke (107)
Cliff Hammonds, Clemson (101)
Toney Douglas, Florida State (98)
James Johnson, Wake Forest (69)
Greg Paulus, Duke (64)

HONORABLE MENTION
Ty Lawson, North Carolina (59)
J.J. Hickson, North Carolina State (43)
Deron Washington, Virginia Tech (28)
Anthony Morrow, Georgia Tech (25)

ACC ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM
Kyle Singler, Duke (89)
James Johnson, Wake Forest (89)
J.J. Hickson, North Carolina State (89)
Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech (82)
Jeff Teague, Wake Forest (79)

Honorable Mention
Terrence Oglesby, Clemson (15)

ACC ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM
DeMarcus Nelson, Duke (68)
Toney Douglas, Florida State (66)
Tyrelle Blair, Boston College (56)
Marcus Ginyard, North Carolina (46)
James Gist, Maryland (40)

HONORABLE MENTION
Cliff Hammonds, Clemson (31)
D'Andre Bell, Georgia Tech (27)
Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (24)
Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech (22)
Deron Washington, Virginia Tech (16)
James Mays, Clemson (15)






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