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ACC: Season 2011-2012

ACC Ranking
 1. N.Carolina (4) 14-2(28-4)
 2. Duke (6) 13-3(27-5)
 3. Florida St. (17) 12-4(22-9)
 4. Virginia 9-7(18-8)
 5. N.Carolina St. 9-7(19-10)
 6. Miami, FL 9-7(15-10)
 7. Clemson 8-8(13-11)
 8. Maryland 6-10(14-13)
 9. Virginia Tech 4-12(13-15)
 10. Wake Forest 4-12(13-15)
 11. Georgia Tech 4-12(11-17)
 12. Boston Coll. 4-12(9-19)

Points Per Game
 Terrell STOGLIN
  Avg: 21.6
 1. Stoglin, Maryland21.6 
 2. Scott, Virginia18.1 
 3. Barnes, N.Carolina17.4 
 4. Harris, Wake F.16.7 
 5. Zeller, N.Carolina16.5 
 6. McKie, Wake Forest16.1 
 7. Green, Virginia Te.15.6 
 8. Rivers, Duke15.4 
 9. Leslie, N.Caroli.14.6 
 10. Snaer, Florida St.14.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10.1
 1. Henson, N.Carolina10.1 
 2. Howell, N.Caroli.9.3 
 3. Zeller, N.Carolina9.3 
 4. Plumlee, Duke9.1 
 5. Scott, Virginia8.4 
 6. James, Florida St.8.2 
 7. Leslie, N.Caroli.7.5 
 8. Anderson, Boston7.4 
 9. Plumlee, Duke7.2 
 10. Johnson, Miami,7.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 9.7
 1. Marshall, N.Caroli.9.7 
 2. Brown, N.Caroli.6.4 
 3. Loucks, Florida St.4.3 
 4. Smith, Clemson4.1 
 5. Evans, Virginia3.8 
 6. Howard, Maryland3.7 
 7. Scott, Miami, FL3.1 
 8. Young, Clemson3.1 
 9. Johnson, N.Caroli.3.0 
 10. Udofia, Georgia2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Lorenzo BROWN
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Brown, N.Caroli.1.8 
 2. Young, Clemson1.7 
 3. Smith, Clemson1.7 
 4. Larkin, Miami, FL1.6 
 5. Evans, Virginia1.6 
 6. Zeglinski, Virginia1.6 
 7. Strickland, N.Car.1.3 
 8. Miller, Florida St.1.3 
 9. Green, Virginia Te.1.3 
 10. Curry, Duke1.3 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Henson, N.Carolina2.9 
 2. Walker, Wake F.2.6 
 3. Miller, Georgia Te.2.4 
 4. James, Florida St.2.3 
 5. Len, Maryland2.1 
 6. Desrosiers, Wake F.1.9 
 7. Kadji, Miami, FL1.7 
 8. Plumlee, Duke1.6 
 9. Leslie, N.Caroli.1.6 
 10. Zeller, N.Carolina1.3 

Florida State University wins the ACC 2011-2012 title (Photo: ACC)

ACC Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

Florida State University 2011-12
Leonard Hamilton Leonard Hamilton Hamilton
Terrance Shannon
Deividas Dulkys
Luke Loucks
Michael Snaer
Kiel Turpin
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
15  Shannon Terrance 203 (6'8'') F 90 USA
4  Dulkys Deividas 195 (6'5'') G 88 Lithuania
3  Loucks Luke 195 (6'5'') G 90 USA
21  Snaer Michael 195 (6'5'') G 89 USA
11  Turpin Kiel 210 (6'11'') C 89 USA
30  Miller Ian 190 (6'3'') G 91 USA
5  James Bernard 208 (6'10'') F 85 USA
10  White Okaro 203 (6'8'') F 92 USA
12  Peterson Jeff 185 (6'1'') G 89 USA
1  Gibson Xavier 210 (6'11'') F/C 88 USA
31  Whisnant Terry 190 (6'3'') G 92 USA
33  Moreau Joey 187 (6'2'') G 90 USA
50  Kreft Jon 213 (7'0'') F/C 86 USA
20  Portuondo Rafael 180 (5'11'') G 89 USA
24  Space Antwan 203 (6'8'') F 93 USA
Head Coach: Leonard Hamilton
Coach Assistant: Corey Williams
Coach Assistant: Dennis Gates

Florida State Wins the #ACCTRNY 85-82 over North Carolina - Mar 12, 2012

ATLANTA (AP) - Goodbye, Tobacco Road. The Atlantic Coast Conference championship is heading to the Sunshine State.
Tournament MVP Michael Snaer scored 18 points and 17th-ranked Florida State used a barrage of 3-pointers to beat No. 4 North Carolina 85-82 for the ACC championship Sunday.
Florida State (24-9), which joined the ACC in 1991, won the men's basketball crown for the first time, showing its 33-point blowout of the Tar Heels during the regular season was no fluke.
But this one went to the wire, as North Carolina (29-5) nearly came all the way back from a 16-point deficit in the first half. P.J. Hairston missed a tying 3 at the buzzer.
It was the first time since Maryland's title in 2004 that a team outside the state of North Carolina won the tournament.
Florida State hit 11 of 22 from 3-point range, which turned out to be the difference. North Carolina went 5 of 20 from beyond the arc, including Kendall Marshall potential game-winning shot with 5 seconds to go.
Harrison Barnes led North Carolina with 23 points, while Tyler Zeller had 19 points and 12 rebounds.
It was only the second time in the last 16 years that a team other than North Carolina or Duke has won the ACC tournament. This one went to a school best known for football and its haunting chant.
Even though the crowd at Philips Arena was predominantly wearing Tar Heel blue, the familiar cry came through loud and clear as the Seminoles hopped around in the middle of the court, hugging in a raucous celebration as streamers and confetti fell from the ceiling.
Kendall Marshall hit a 3-pointer with 30.1 seconds remaining to pull North Carolina within 83-82, and the Tar Heels had a chance to go for the win after Okaro White's 1-and-1 free throw clanked off the side of the rim.
Instead of pounding the ball inside, a wide-open Marshall elected to put up another trey with five seconds left. This one missed, the Seminoles rebounded and North Carolina quickly fouled. Marshall, who nearly had his third straight double-double of the tournament with 15 points and nine assists, tugged at his jersey with head down as he headed back down the court.
Marshall appeared to try a bit of gamesmanship as Deividas Dulkys went to the line for another 1-and-1 with 3.9 seconds to go. The guard ran in to scream instructions to his teammates just as the Florida State player was buckling his knees to put up the first attempt. Nothing but net. Dulkys made the second one, too, but the Tar Heels had one more chance.
Zeller inbounded to Hairston at midcourt and he quickly called a timeout. Only six-tenths of a second went off the clock, and North Carolina inbounded again from a more favorable position. Hairston got a decent look at the tying shot, a long, straight-on 3. But it bounced off the side of the rim.
Snaer made all but one of his five 3-pointers, while Dulkys finished 4 of 9 outside the arc in a 16-point performance. Luke Loucks and Ian Miller added 10 points apiece for the Seminoles.
Hairston had 13 points and was North Carolina's most effective 3-point weapon, going 3 of 7 from long range. The Tar Heels played their second straight game without ACC defensive player of the year John Henson, who was in uniform but couldn't go because of an injured left wrist.
Florida State lit it up from the outside, especially in the opening half. Snaer made all three of his attempts from beyond the arc and Dulkys knocked down 3 of 7 from long range.
Dulkys and Snaer swished back-to-back treys to give the Seminoles their largest lead, 47-31 - about halfway to their margin of a 90-57 blowout in Tallahassee, with still just three minutes left in the opening half. North Carolina burned a timeout and managed to turn things around, closing the period on a 9-2 spurt that made the score more manageable at the break.
Barnes finally connected on the Tar Heels' first 3 of the half, then buried another jumper after Dulkys put up an airball on a wild shot from the corner. Suddenly looking flustered and struggling just to hang on to the ball, Florida State called time but wound up turning the ball over when Bernard James was called for a moving pick.
Marshall scored on a right-handed floater, sending the blue-clad fans into a frenzy. But Florida State stemmed the momentum, Loucks whipping a nifty pass underneath to Jon Kreft for a dunk that snapped a 7-0 stretch for the Tar Heels.
Barnes hit another jumper with 5 seconds remaining, but North Carolina still went to the locker room racing its largest halftime deficit of the season, 49-40. The Tar Heels were only down by 8 midway through that debacle at Florida State, the worst loss of the Roy Williams era.
This one didn't turn out like that.
Actually, this one might have hurt even worse for the Tar Heels, who lost in the ACC championship game for the second year in a row.
Still, North Carolina was expected to land a top seed when the NCAA field was announced later Sunday. Florida State claimed the ACC's automatic bid and surely helped his seeding with a second win over the Tar Heels.

Courtesy of ACC

ACC Tournament Final: N.Carolina - Florida St. 82-85
ACC Tournament Semifinals:
N.Carolina - N.Carolina St. 69-67
Duke - Florida St. 59-62

All-ACC 1st Team 2011-2012
Tyler Zeller
Mike Scott
John Henson
Austin Rivers
Harrison Barnes

Player of the Year: Tyler Zeller (7'0''-F-90) of N.Carolina
All-Tournament MVP: Michael Snaer (6'5''-G-89) of Florida St.
Defensive Player of the Year: John Henson (6'11''-F-90) of N.Carolina
Freshman of the Year: Austin Rivers (6'4''-G-92) of Duke
Coach of the Year: Leonard Hamilton of Florida St.

1st Team
F: Tyler Zeller (7'0''-90) of N.Carolina
F: Mike Scott (6'8''-88) of Virginia
F: John Henson (6'11''-90) of N.Carolina
G: Austin Rivers (6'4''-92) of Duke
F: Harrison Barnes (6'8''-92) of N.Carolina

2nd Team
PG: Kendall Marshall (6'3''-91) of N.Carolina
PG: Terrell Stoglin (6'1''-91) of Maryland
G: Michael Snaer (6'5''-89) of Florida St.
F: C.J. Leslie (6'8''-91) of N.Carolina St.
G: Erick Green (6'3''-91) of Virginia Tech

3rd Team
G: Seth Curry (6'2''-90) of Duke
PG: C.J. Harris (6'3''-91) of Wake Forest
G: Lorenzo Brown (6'5'') of N.Carolina St.
F/C: Kenny Kadji (6'11''-88) of Miami, FL
F: Mason Plumlee (6'10''-90) of Duke

Honorable Mention
Bernard James (6'10''-F-85) of Florida St.
Andre Young (5'9''-G-90) of Clemson
Travis McKie (6'7''-F-92) of Wake Forest
Durand Scott (6'4''-G-90) of Miami, FL

All-Defensive Team
John Henson (6'11''-F-90) of N.Carolina
Bernard James (6'10''-F-85) of Florida St.
Jontel Evans (5'10''-PG-90) of Virginia
Michael Snaer (6'5''-G-89) of Florida St.
Andre Young (5'9''-G-90) of Clemson

All-Tournament 1st Team
Michael Snaer (6'5''-G-89) of Florida St.
Tyler Zeller (7'0''-F-90) of N.Carolina
Kendall Marshall (6'3''-PG-91) of N.Carolina
Luke Loucks (6'5''-G-90) of Florida St.
C.J. Leslie (6'8''-F-91) of N.Carolina St.

All-Tournament 2nd Team
Harrison Barnes (6'8''-F-92) of N.Carolina
Bernard James (6'10''-F-85) of Florida St.
Lorenzo Brown (6'5''-G) of N.Carolina St.
Austin Rivers (6'4''-G-92) of Duke
Terrell Stoglin (6'1''-PG-91) of Maryland

All-Freshman Team
Austin Rivers (6'4''-G-92) of Duke
Ryan Anderson (6'8''-F-92) of Boston Coll.
Dorian Finney-Smith (6'8''-F) of Virginia Tech
Shane Larkin (5'11''-PG-92) of Miami, FL
Nick Faust (6'6''-G-93) of Maryland

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