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ACC Women’s All-Defensive Team Announced

Feb. 29, 2000

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The 1999-2000 ACC All-Defensive Team spotlights five players representing four league teams as the top defensive players as selected by the nine ACC women’s head coaches.

Clemson junior Erin Batth currently ranks third in the ACC averaging 1.3 blocks per game and is seventh in the league in rebounds with 7.3 boards per game. Batth has tallied 205 rebounds this season including 125 defensive boards.

Duke’s Peppi Brown and Rochelle Parent each find a slot on the inaugural all-defensive team. Browne, a senior forward, recorded 60 steals this season and before tearing her ACL. Parent, a junior forward for the Blue Devils has taken 14 charges this season which is about one every two games.

Florida State forward Brooke Wyckoff heads into the ACC Tournament averaging a league-high 1.5 blocks per game. Wyckoff has 178 career blocks as a junior which places her eighth in ACC career charts for total blocks.

Cavalier senior point guard Renee Robinson ranks fifth in the league with 2.1 steals per game. Robinson has 60 steals recorded on the season and 189 for her career.

The 2000 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament begins this weekend at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C., March 3 through March 6.

1999-2000 ACC All-Defensive Team

   Erin Batth           Clemson   Peppi Browne         Duke   Rochelle Parent      Duke   Renee Robinson       Virginia   Brooke Wyckoff       Florida State 

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