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ACSMA All-ACC Basketball Teams, Awards

 

BAGLEY PLAYER, ROOKIE OF THE YEAR, BENNETT COACH OF THE YEAR IN ACSMA ALL-ACC VOTING

WILKINS DEFENSIVE PLAYER, MAYE MOST IMPROVED; HUNTER SIXTH MAN

 

 

LEWISVILLE, NC (March 4, 2018) – Duke freshman Marvin Bagley III swept post-season honors in All-ACC voting by 22 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA), capturing Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year honors, in addition to being a unanimous selection to the All-ACC First Team and All-ACC Freshman Team. Virginia’s Tony Bennett, who led the Cavaliers to the regular season ACC championship, was voted Coach of the Year. The Cavaliers’ Isaiah Wilkins was voted the Defensive Player of the Year, while teammate De’Andre Hunter was voted as the ACC’s top Sixth Man. North Carolina’s Luke Maye was voted the conference’s Most Improved Player.

Maye joined Bagley on the All-ACC First Team, along with Boston College’s Jerome Robinson, North Carolina’s Joel Berry II, and Virginia’s Devon Hall.

Tyus Battle of Syracuse led All-ACC Second team voting. He was joined by Duke’s Wendell Carter Jr., Virginia’s Kyle Guy, Clemson’s Marcquise Reed and Virginia Tech’s Justin Robinson.

Duke’s Grayson Allen was voted to the Third Team, along with Notre Dame’s Matt Farrell, Virginia’s Ty Jerome, BC’s Ky Bowman and NC State’s Omer Yurtseven.

Wilkins was joined on the All-Defensive Team by Virginia teammate Hall, Georgia tech’s Ben Lammers, Louisville’s  Anas Ahmoud and Ray Spalding, and Syracuse’s Frank Howard.

Gary Trent Jr. joined Duke teammates Bagley and Carter on the All-Freshman team, along with Syracuse’s Oshae Brissett and Miami’s Lonnie Walker IV.

22 ACSMA members participated in the voting.

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FIRST TEAM

POINTS

1st-PLACE VOTES

Marvin Bagley III, Duke

66

22

Luke Maye, North Carolina

63

19

Jerome Robinson, Boston College

60

18

Joel Berry II, North Carolina

52

9

Devon Hall, Virginia

40

9

SECOND TEAM

POINTS

1st-PLACE VOTES

Tyus Battle, Syracuse

39

9

Wendell Carter Jr., Duke

39

5

Kyle Guy, Virginia

34

7

Marcquise Reed, Clemson

34

1

Justin Robinson, Virginia Tech

33

5

 

 

THIRD TEAM

POINTS

1st-PLACE VOTES

Grayson Allen, Duke

29

2

Matt Farrell, Notre Dame

22

1

Ty Jerome, UVA

21

2

Ky Bowman, Boston College

16

 

Omer Yurtseven, NC State

16

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

POINTS

Josh Okogie, Georgia Tech

12

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

9

Deng Adel, Louisville

9

Allerick Freeman, N.C. State

7

Gabe DeVoe, Clemson

5

Isaiah Wilkins, Virginia

5

Lonnie Walker IV, Miami

5

Oshae Brissett, Syracuse

5

TJ Gibbs Notre Dame

12

         

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

VOTES

Isaiah Wilkins, UVA

17

Devon Hall, Virginia

13

Ben Lammers , Ga. Tech

10

Anas Ahmoud, Louisville

9

Frank Howard, Syracuse

9

Ray Spalding, Louisville

9

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

VOTES

Marvin Bagley III Duke

22

Wendell Carter, Jr.,  Duke

22

Oshae Brissett, Syracuse

18

Lonnie Walker IV Miami

17

Gary Trent Jr., Duke

15

 

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

VOTES

Marvin Bagley III, Duke

22

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

VOTES

Marvin Bagley III Duke

19

Joel Berry II, North Carolina

2

Jerome Robinson, Boston College

1

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

VOTES

Luke Maye, North Carolina

11

Martinas Geben, Notre Dame

2

Doral Moore, Wake Forest

2

COACH OF THE YEAR

VOTES

Tony Bennett, Virginia

20

Brad Brownell, Clemson

2

SIXTH MAN

VOTES

De’Andre Hunter, Virginia

14

Chris Clarke, Virginia Tech

3

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

VOTES

Isaiah Wilkins, Virginia

12

Devon Hall, Virginia

6

Luke Maye, North Carolina

4

       

 

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The Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association is an organization of journalists dedicated to fostering a mutually beneficial relationship between the news media and the institutions and administration of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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