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1999-2000 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Hoops Team Announced

1999-2000 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Hoops Team Announced

Feb. 29, 2000

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Associated Press 1999-2000 All-Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball teams as voted by 62 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association were announced Tuesday.

Clemson’s Chrissy Floyd and Angie Cossey were both named to the 1999-2000 All Atlantic Coast Conference team. Floyd was named to the second team, while Cossey was named to the third team. Floyd was also named to the ACC All-Freshman team.

The Lady Tigers’ Erin Batth was named to the ACC’s All-Defensive team.

Floyd is Clemson’s leading scorer with a 12.4 ppg. average. She also leads the team in steals with 53. Floyd is also third on the team in assists with 39.

Angie Cossey is the Lady Tigers’ second leading scorer with a 9.6 ppg. average. Cossey leads the team with 30 three-point goals. She leads the team in free throw pct. with a .827 mark.

Erin Batth leads the team in blocked shots. She is the Lady Tigers’ third leading scorer with a 9.1 ppg. average. Batth leads the team in rebounding with a 7.3 rpg. average.

NOTE: First-place votes in parenthesis and point total based on a 3-2-1 scale.

FIRST TEAM

Player, team                               *Points*Georgia Schweitzer, Duke (54)           176Summer Erb, N.C. State (51)             172Svetlana Volnaya, Virginia (47)          165Peppi Browne, Duke (18)                 134LaQuanda Barksdale, N. Carolina (40)    132 

SECOND TEAM

Chrissy Floyd, Clemson (17)                111Latavia Coleman, Florida St. (16)       109Schuye LaRue, Virginia (13)             108Renee Robinson, Virginia (25)           104Tynesha Lewis, N.C. State (6)           87 

THIRD TEAM

Tiffany Brown, Maryland (6)                82Angie Cossey, Clemson (16)              77Brooke Wycoff, Florida St. (1)          66Marche Strickland, Maryland (3)         47Nikki Teasley, N. Carolina (0)          44 

HONORABLE MENTION: (10 points or more): Jaime Kruppa, Georgia Tech (43), Alisha Mosley, Wake Forest (42), Dee-dee Warley, Maryland (40), Danielle Donehew, Georgia Tech (30), April Traylor, Florida St. (21), Kaayla Chones, N.C. State (20), Telisha Quarles, Virginia (11).

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