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Four Lady Tigers on ACC 50-Year Team

Aug. 14, 2002

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary Women’s Soccer team was announced today by Commissioner John Swofford. The 50-member team was voted on by the eight league institutions that sponsor the sport as decided by the league’s 50th Anniversary Committee.

North Carolina led all league schools with 23 members on the Golden Anniversary team while NC State was second with seven honorees. Duke and Maryland had five players each, followed by Clemson and Virginia with four apiece and Wake Forest with two.

The ACC’s 50th Anniversary Women’s Soccer team, in alphabetical order, is as follows:

ACC 50th Anniversary Women’s Soccer Team

Julie Augustyniak Clemson 1997-2000 Peachtree City, Ga.
Nancy Augustyniak Clemson 1997-2000 Peachtree City, Ga.
Tracey Bates North Carolina 1985-1989 Dallas, Texas
Danielle Borgman North Carolina 1998-2001 Cincinnati, Ohio
Sara Burkett Clemson 1995-1998 Florissant, Mo.
Robin Confer North Carolina 1994-1997 Clearwater, Fla.
Amanda Cromwell Virginia 1988-1991 Annandale, Va.
Michelle Demko Maryland 1993, 1995 Largo, Fla.
Lorrie Fair North Carolina 1996-1999 Los Altos, Calif.
Nel Fettig North Carolina 1994-1997 Fort Wayne, Ind.
Meredith Florance North Carolina 1997-2000 Dallas, Texas
Fabienne Gareau NC State 1987-1991 Orleans, Ontario
Wendy Gebauer North Carolina 1985-1988 Reston, Va.
Mia Hamm North Carolina 1989-90, 1992-93 Burke, Va.
Emmy Harbo Maryland 1995-1998 Baton Rouge, La.
April Heinrichs North Carolina 1983-1986 Littleton, Colo.
Thora Helgadottir Duke 2000-2001 Kopavogur, Iceland
Lori Henry North Carolina 1986-1988 Seattle, Wash.
Shannon Higgins North Carolina 1986-1989 Seattle, Wash.
Charmaine Hooper NC State 1987-1990 Ottowa, Ontario
Angela Hucles Virginia 1996-1999 Virginia Beach, Va.
Emily Janss Maryland 1996-1999 Brandon, Fla.
Beth Keller Clemson 1996-1999 Hilton Head, S.C.
Debbie Keller North Carolina 1993-1996 Naperville, Ill.
Angela Kelly North Carolina 1991-1994 Brantford, Ontario
Laura Kerrigan NC State 1985-1988 Randolph, N.J.
Sherrill Kester Duke 1996-1999 High Point, N.C.
Jena Kluegel North Carolina 1998-2001 Mahtomedi, Minn.
Kristine Lilly North Carolina 1989-1992 Wilton, Conn.
Lori Lindsey Virginia 1998-2001 Indianapolis, Ind.
Marcia McDermott North Carolina 1983-1986 McLean, Va.
Andi Melde Duke 1994-1997 Colorado Springs, Colo.
Siri Mullinix North Carolina 1995-1998 Greensboro, N.C.
Carla Overbeck North Carolina 1986-1989 Dallas, Texas
Cindy Parlow North Carolina 1995-1998 Memphis, Tenn.
Tiffany Roberts North Carolina 1995-1998 San Ramon, Calif.
Stacy Roeck Wake Forest 1998-2001 Solana Beach, Calif.
Andrea Rubio Virginia 1989-1992 Cherry Hill, N.J.
Jill Rutten NC State 1986-1988, 1990 Silver Spring, Md.
Keri Sanchez North Carolina 1991-1994 San Jose, Calif.
Keri Sarver Maryland 1995-1997 Massillin, Ohio
Thori Staples NC State 1992-1995 Joppatowne, Md.
Emily Taggart Wake Forest 1998-2001 Pleasanton, Calif.
Erin Taylor Maryland 1993-1996 Jupiter, Fla.
Tisha Venturini North Carolina 1991-1994 Modesto, Calif.
Kelly Walbert Duke 1992-1995 Tucson, Ariz.
Kristy Welchel Duke 1995-1998 Boca Raton, Fla.
Staci Wilson North Carolina 1994-1997 Herndon, Va.
Kim Yankowski NC State 1990-1993 Point Pleasant, N.J.
Catherine Zaborowski NC State 1992-1995 Vollen, Norway

Julie Augustyniak, Clemson (1997-2000) All-American in 2000 … All-ACC in 1999 … All-Southeast region in 2000 … ACC All-Tournament team in 2000 … tied for first place in career starts in Clemson history with 89 … started every match she played for the Tigers, finished her career with six goals and 10 assists as a defender for the Tigers.

Nancy Augustyniak, Clemson (1997-2000) NSCAA All-American in 2000 … All-American in 2000 … First-team All-ACC in 1999 and 2000 … All-ACC Tournament team in 1998 and 1999 … All-Southeast region in 1999 and 2000 … fourth on the Clemson all-time list in games started in a career with 85, scored six goals and had six assists as a defender for the Tigers.

Sara Burkett, Clemson (1995-1998) Clemson’s first All-American in 1997 and 1998 … first-team All-ACC 1995-98 … All-Southeast Region in 1995, 1997 and 1998 … Clemson career scoring leader with 39 goals and 36 assists for 114 points … All-ACC Tournament team in 1996 and 1997.

Beth Keller, Clemson (1996-1999) Soccer Times All-American in 1998 … first-team All-ACC in 1999, second-team All-ACC in 1996 and 1998 … All-ACC Tournament team in 1998 … ranks third all-time in Clemson history in career points with 35 goals and 23 assists for 93 points.