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2001 All-ACC Women’s Soccer Teams Announced

2001 All-ACC Women’s Soccer Teams Announced

Nov. 7, 2001

GREENSBORO, N.C. – ACC regular-season champion North Carolina led the 2001 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer teams with three first-team selections, as voted upon by the league’s eight head coaches.

The Tar Heels had the most all-conference selections with five. Clemson, Duke, Virginia and Wake Forest had three selections apiece followed by Florida State and Maryland with two each. NC State had one player named to the squad.

Virginia’s Lori Lindsey, a senior midfielder from Indianapolis, Ind., won her second consecutive ACC Player of the Year Award. She is the Cavalier’s second-leading scorer with eight goals, including three-game winners and three assists. Lindsey is a three-time first-team All-ACC selection and was second-team All-ACC as a freshman in 1998. She was the first Cavalier to win the Player of the Year Award last year.

Anson Dorrance of North Carolina won Coach of the Year after leading the

Tar Heels to a perfect regular season record. The 2001 Tar Heel squad earned the No. 1 seed in the ACC Championship after posting a 16-0 record, including a 7-0 mark in ACC play. The honor is the sixth for Dorrance. He also won ACC Coach of the Year in 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993 and 1996.

Duke’s Casey McCluskey was named ACC Rookie of the Year. McCluskey, a native of Fairfax, Va., leads the Blue Devils in scoring with nine goals. She registered three two-goal games and has two game-winning goals.

The 2001 ACC All-Freshmen team was also announced, with Florida State leading the way with three selections. Clemson, North Carolina and Virginia had two selections apiece. Duke and Wake Forest each had a player on the team.

BIO INFORMATION ON CLEMSON HONOREES

Lindsay Browne – Leads Clemson in scoring with nine goals and seven assists for 25 points. She has scored three winning goals this season. Browne was named ACC and National Freshman of the Year last season. This is the second year in a row that she has been named First-Team All-ACC.

Deliah Arrington – Named first-team All-ACC for the second year in a row.

She has nine goals and three assists for 21 points this season. Arrington has 30 goals for her career and is now in fifth place on the Clemson career list for most goals scored.

Paige Ledford – Has nine goals and five assists for 23 points this season.

Ledford has four winning goals to her credit.

Jenny Anderson – She has played in 15 games this season as a freshman. One reason Clemson’s defense has allowed only 15 goals this season.

2001 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Awards

First Team All-ACC Deliah Arrington ………………………………….. Clemson Danielle Brogman………………………. North Carolina Lindsay Browne …………………………………… Clemson Thora Helgadottir…………………………………….. Duke Jena Kluegel………………………………. North Carolina Lori Lindsey………………………………………….. Virginia Casey McCluskey………………………………………. Duke Catherine Reddick ……………………… North Carolina Stacy Roeck……………………………………. Wake Forest Cindy Schofield……………………………… Florida State Emily Taggart………………………………… Wake Forest

Second Team All-ACC Adrienne Barnes………………………. NC State Carly Fuller……………………………………. Duke Lindsay Givens………………………… Maryland Lindsay Gusick…………………………… Virginia Paige Ledford ……………………………. Clemson Sarah Kate Noftsinger…………. Wake Forest Alyssa Ramsey…………………. North Carolina Anne Remy……………………… North Carolina Amber Tallefson…………………. Florida State Ali Wolff………………………………….. Maryland Kelly Worden…………………………….. Virginia

All-Freshmen Team Jenny Anderson …………………………………… Clemson Katie Beal……………………………………… Florida State Camie Bybee…………………………………. Florida State Lindsay Gusick……………………………………… Virginia Alli Hunt………………………………………… Wake Forest Paige Ledford ………………………………………. Clemson Casey McCluskey………………………………………. Duke Anne Morrell……………………………… North Carolina Sara Randolph……………………………. North Carolina Jez Ratliff………………………………………. Florida State Jessica Trainor……………………………………… Virginia

Player of the Year Lori Lindsey……………………………….. Virginia

ACC Rookie of the Year Casey McCluskey……………………………. Duke

Coach of the Year Anson Dorrance……………….. North Carolina

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