CLEMSON, S.C. – Six members of the Clemson women’s soccer team have been recognized by the ACC, the conference announced on Thursday afternoon, including Megan Bornkamp, Hal Hershfelt, Makenna Morris, Renee Guion, Hensley Hancuff and Renee Lyles. This marks the most Clemson players represented on All-ACC teams in program history.
First Team All-ACC
Sophomore defender Megan Bornkamp has been named First-Team All-ACC for the first time in her career after recording a team-high 30 points and starting every match. Bornkamp has played a team high 1,525 minutes while registering 10 goals and 10 assists while anchoring the Clemson defense. Bornkamp is the first player to earn the First-Team nod since Mariana Speckmaier did so in 2018.
Second Team All-ACC
Junior midfielder Hal Hershfelt has been named Second Team All-ACC for the first time in her career after picking up Third Team honors last season. Hershfelt has played and started in all 18 matches on the year and has registered seven goals, three assists and 17 points. Hershfelt’s presence on the offensive and defensive end of the ball was a crucial part of the Tigers’ success this year.
Third Team All-ACC
Sophomore Makenna Morris picks up All-ACC honors for the second time in her career after registering six goals, nine assists and 17 points, all career-highs after moving to the offensive side of the ball this season. Morris has played in all 18 matches and started 17. Senior defender Renee Guion has earned All-ACC honors for the first time after recording a career-high 13 assists on the season, tying a program record. Guion also tied a program record for the second time in her career with four assists in a single match. Lastly, senior goalkeeper Hensley Hancuff has been named an All-ACC performer for the first time in her career after being named to the Preseason All-ACC Team. Hancuff registered 33 saves for a .702 save percentage while playing and starting in 15 matches.
All-ACC Freshman Team
Newcomer Renee Lyles has been named to the All-ACC Freshman team for her continued success in her first year in the orange and regalia. Lyles has netted seven goals, tied for second on the team, and added five assists to total 19 points. Lyles has played in and started 17 matches this season, missing only one match.
The Tigers will travel to WakeMed Park in Cary, N.C. to battle the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers in the ACC Semifinals on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Game coverage will be available on ACC Network.
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