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ACC: Season 2011-2012

ACC Standings
 1. N.Carolina (4) 14-2 (30-5) 
 2. Duke (8) 13-3 (27-7) 
 3. Florida St. (10) 12-4 (25-9) 
 4. N.Carolina St. 9-7 (20-10) 
 5. Virginia 9-7 (18-9) 
 6. Miami, FL 9-7 (15-10) 
 7. Clemson 8-8 (13-11) 
 8. Maryland 6-10 (14-13) 
 9. Wake Forest 4-12 (13-15) 
 10. Virginia Tech 4-12 (13-15) 
 11. Georgia Tech 4-12 (11-17) 
 12. Boston Coll. 4-12 (9-19) 

Points Per Game
 Terrell STOGLIN
  Maryland
  (185-PG-91)
  Avg: 21.6
 1. Stoglin, Maryland21.6 
 2. Scott, Virginia18.0 
 3. Barnes, N.Carolina17.0 
 4. Harris, Wake F.16.7 
 5. Zeller, N.Carolina16.3 
 6. McKie, Wake Forest16.1 
 7. Green, Virginia Te.15.6 
 8. Rivers, Duke15.5 
 9. Leslie, N.Caroli.14.7 
 10. Snaer, Florida St.14.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 John HENSON
  N.Carolina
  (210-F-90)
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Henson, N.Carolina9.9 
 2. Zeller, N.Carolina9.6 
 3. Plumlee, Duke9.2 
 4. Howell, N.Caroli.9.2 
 5. Scott, Virginia8.3 
 6. James, Florida St.8.1 
 7. Anderson, Boston7.4 
 8. Leslie, N.Caroli.7.3 
 9. Johnson, Miami, FL7.2 
 10. Plumlee, Duke7.1 
Assists Per Game
 Kendall MARSHALL
  N.Carolina
  (190-PG-91)
  Avg: 9.8
 1. Marshall, N.Caroli.9.8 
 2. Brown, N.Caroli.6.3 
 3. Loucks, Florida St.4.3 
 4. Smith, Clemson4.1 
 5. Evans, Virginia3.9 
 6. Howard, Maryland3.7 
 7. Young, Clemson3.1 
 8. Scott, Miami, FL3.1 
 9. Udofia, Georgia2.8 
 10. Chennault, Wake2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Lorenzo BROWN
  N.Caroli.
  (195-G-)
  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. Green, Virginia Te.1.3 
 8. Dulkys, Florida St.1.3 
 9. Strickland, N.Car.1.3 
 10. Curry, Duke1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 John HENSON
  N.Carolina
  (210-F-90)
  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. Leslie, N.Caroli.1.6 
 9. Plumlee, Duke1.6 
 10. Zeller, N.Carolina1.5 


University of Maryland wins the USA ACC 2011-2012 title (Photo: ACC)

ACC Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

University of Maryland 2011-12
Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Frese
Lynetta Kizer
Kizer
Tianna Hawkins
Hawkins
Laurin Mincy
Mincy
Alyssa Thomas
Thomas
Brene Moseley
Moseley
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
12  Kizer Lynetta 193 (6'4'') C 90 USA
21  Hawkins Tianna 190 (6'3'') F USA
1  Mincy Laurin 182 (6'0'') G USA
25  Thomas Alyssa 187 (6'2'') F USA
3  Moseley Brene 170 (5'7'') G USA
13  Devaughn Alicia 193 (6'4'') C USA
10  Barrett Anjale 177 (5'10'') G USA
22  Rodgers Kim 175 (5'9'') G USA
5  Townsend Essence 200 (6'7'') C USA
0  Austin Sequoia 165 (5'5'') G USA
32  Bays Whitney 187 (6'2'') F USA
40  Rutan Katie 172 (5'8'') G USA
Head Coach: Brenda Frese
Coach Assistant: Marlin Chinn
Coach Assistant: Tina Langley
Coach Assistant: David Adkins


Maryland Wins the 2012 ACC Women's Basketball Championship With 68-65 Win Over Georgia Tech - Mar 6, 2012

ACC Player of the Year Alyssa Thomas scored a career-high 29 points and carried the Maryland Terrapins to a 68-65 victory over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Sunday afternoon in the Greensboro Coliseum. The win gave the Terrapins their first ACC Women's Basketball Championship since 2009 and their league-leading 10th overall.
Thomas ended up on the winning side of a championship-worthy battle that also featured Georgia Tech senior Sasha Goodlett and sophomore Tyaunna Marshall. Thomas scored 13 of Tech's first 17 points and then 10 points in the final 10 minutes to lead her team to victory. She also blocked a Chelsea Regins layup that preserved Maryland's 65-63 lead with 34 seconds remaining and made two free throws to give the third-seeded Terps a 67-63 advantage with 23 seconds to play. Marshall tallied a steal and two free throws in the final 12 seconds, but her 3-pointer to tie the game at the buzzer fell short.
'Alyssa is by far the most competitive player I've ever coached and I've coached a lot of great players,' Maryland coach Brenda Frese said. 'Her will to win - our team just wants to follow her lead, and she was sensational.'
Goodlett and Marshall carried fourth-seeded Georgia Tech to within three points of the victory. Marshall scored 12 of her team-high 25 points in the final eight minutes. Goodlett tallied 20 points and a game-high eight rebounds in the contest.
'I'm very pleased with my team's effort,' Georgia Tech coach MaChelle Joseph said. 'I thought they were competing for 40 minutes at a very high level, in particular on the defensive end. I am pleased with the way we played, going rebound for rebound with Maryland, the best rebounding team in the country. I also felt like Sasha was getting double- and triple-teamed and really did a tremendous job of keeping her composure. Even though Ty started out the game struggling, I really felt like she stepped up and carried this team down the stretch and really grew up a lot in the second half. (She) showed a lot of toughness and poise and really just made plays on the offensive end when we needed it. Overall, I was very pleased with our never-say-die' attitude, our toughness and our perseverance.'
Seniors Lynetta Kizer (11 points) and Kim Rodgers (10 points) joined tournament MVP Thomas as Terps in double-digit scoring. Rodgers hit back-to-back threes in a span of 35 seconds to help keep the Yellow Jackets at bay.
'It was an incredible win obviously over a great Georgia Tech team,' said Frese. 'All season long, we've talked about being 12 strong, and obviously to win an ACC Championship you have to be able to do that. I'm just so happy for our seniors to be able to walk in as freshmen as ACC Champions and to leave as seniors as ACC Champions.'
Maryland improved to 28-4 and earned the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Georgia Tech, which had won seven in a row, dropped to 24-8.

Cortesy of ACC

ACC Tournament Final: Maryland - Georgia Tech 68-65
ACC Tournament Semifinals:
Georgia Tech - NC State 87-61
Maryland - Wake Forest 73-58

All-ACC 1st Team 2011-2012
#s#
Alyssa Thomas
Thomas
Chelsea Gray
Gray
Shenise Johnson
Johnson
Elizabeth Williams
Williams
Riquna Williams
Williams
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Player of the Year: Alyssa Thomas (6'2''-F) of Maryland
All-Tournament MVP: Alyssa Thomas (6'2''-F) of Maryland
Defensive Player of the Year: Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-C-93) of Duke
Rookie of the Year: Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-C-93) of Duke
Sixth Woman of the Year: Lynetta Kizer (6'4''-C-90) of Maryland
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Marissa Kastanek (5'9''-G-90) of N.Carolina St.
Coach of the Year: Joanne P. McCallie of Duke

1st Team
G: Chelsea Gray (5'11''-92) of Duke
G: Shenise Johnson (5'11''-90) of Miami, FL
F: Alyssa Thomas (6'2'') of Maryland
C: Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-93) of Duke
G: Riquna Williams (5'7'') of Miami, FL

2nd Team
C: Sasha Goodlett (6'5''-90) of Georgia Tech
F: Tianna Hawkins (6'3'') of Maryland
G: Tyaunna Marshall (5'9''-92) of Georgia Tech
G: Ariana Moorer (5'7''-90) of Virginia
C: Chay Shegog (6'5''-90) of N.Carolina

3rd Team
C: Cierra Bravard (6'4''-89) of Florida St.
F: Bonae Holston (5'11''-90) of N.Carolina St.
F: Natasha Howard (6'3''-91) of Florida St.
G/F: Haley Peters (6'3''-92) of Duke
G: Stefanie Yderstrom (5'8''-90) of Miami, FL

Honorable Mention
Laura Broomfield (6'1''-F-90) of N.Carolina
Lakevia Boykin (5'9''-G-91) of Wake Forest
Ataira Franklin (5'11''-G) of Virginia
Marissa Kastanek (5'9''-G-90) of N.Carolina St.
Lynetta Kizer (6'4''-C-90) of Maryland
Laurin Mincy (6'0''-G) of Maryland

All-Defensive Team
Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-C-93) of Duke
Natasha Howard (6'3''-F-91) of Florida St.
Alicia Devaughn (6'4''-C) of Maryland
Shenise Johnson (5'11''-G-90) of Miami, FL
Lexie Gerson (5'11''-G) of Virginia

All-Tournament 1st Team
Alyssa Thomas (6'2''-F) of Maryland
Sasha Goodlett (6'5''-C-90) of Georgia Tech
Marissa Kastanek (5'9''-G-90) of N.Carolina St.
Lynetta Kizer (6'4''-C-90) of Maryland
Tyaunna Marshall (5'9''-G-92) of Georgia Tech

All-Tournament 2nd Team
Chelsea Gray (5'11''-G-92) of Duke
Chelsea Douglas (5'5''-G-92) of Wake Forest
Tianna Hawkins (6'3''-F) of Maryland
Shawnice Wilson (6'6''-C-90) of Miami, FL
Metra Walthour (5'6''-G-90) of Georgia Tech

All-Freshman Team
Nikki Dixon (5'10''-G/F) of Clemson
Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-C-93) of Duke
Sydney Wallace (5'10''-G-93) of Georgia Tech
Brene Moseley (5'7''-G) of Maryland
Brittany Rountree (5'9''-G-92) of N.Carolina

All-Academic Team
Kelly Gramlich (5'10''-G) of Clemson
Lindsey Mason (6'4''-F/C) of Clemson
Tricia Liston (6'1''-G-92) of Duke
Haley Peters (6'3''-G/F-92) of Duke
Kathleen Scheer (6'2''-G/F) of Duke
Shay Selby (5'9''-G-90) of Duke
Allison Vernerey (6'5''-C-91) of Duke
Elizabeth Williams (6'3''-C-93) of Duke
Kim Rodgers (5'9''-G) of Maryland
Brene Moseley (5'7''-G) of Maryland
Stefanie Yderstrom (5'8''-G-90) of Miami, FL
Laura Broomfield (6'1''-F-90) of N.Carolina
Kody Burke (6'2''-F) of N.Carolina St.
Marissa Kastanek (5'9''-G-90) of N.Carolina St.
Simone Egwu (6'3''-C-91) of Virginia




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