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Nov 02, 2022

Four Tigers Earn All-Conference Honors

CLEMSON, S.C. – Four Tigers have been named All-ACC, the conference announced Wednesday morning.  Hal Hershfelt, Megan Bornkamp, Maliah Morris and Caroline Conti were all recognized for their efforts. This marks the third straight year the Tigers have had at least four nominations. Voting for the awards was conducted by the league’s 14 head coaches.

Second Team All-ACC

Senior midfielder Hal Hershfelt has garnered conference honors for the fourth time in her career and earned second team honors for the second straight season. Hershfelt anchored the Tiger midfield this season, playing impressive soccer on both ends of the ball while also registering seven points.

Junior defender Megan Bornkamp was named Second-Team All-ACC, earning all-conference honors in all three seasons for the Tigers and adds the award to her long list of accolades. Bornkamp recorded four points from the center back position, including two assists against Western Carolina and the opening goal against Louisville, which marked her 50th career point. She was pivotal in the defense’s success in registering eight shutouts, four of which were against Top-25 teams.

Third Team All-ACC

Senior forward Maliah Morris earned all-conference honors for the second time in her career after being named to the All-ACC Freshman team in 2019. Morris has continued her offensive presence since she stepped onto campus, recording eight points so far in her senior campaign. She is tied for first on the team in game-winning goals and registered her 50th career point against Boston College.

Senior midfielder Caroline Conti was selected as an all-conference performer for the first time in her career after captaining the midfield. Conti leads the team with 13 points and five assists and is tied for first with four goals and two game-winning goals. She also joined the 50 point club earlier this season against Wake Forest.

The Tigers look to the NCAA selection show that takes place Nov. 7 at 4 p.m. where they hope to earn their 9th straight bid to the NCAA Tournament.

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