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Ky Bowman Named to All-ACC Second Team

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Ky Bowman was named to the 2018-19 All-ACC Second Team, it was announced today by the conference office.

Bowman – who also received a vote for ACC Player of the Year – earned a total of 188 votes cast by a selection panel consisting of the league’s 15 head coaches and 55 members of the media.

The Havelock, N.C. native was the only player in the ACC to rank among the conference’s top 10 in scoring, rebounding, and assists.  Bowman finished the regular season fourth in scoring (19.2), eighth in assists (4.0), and 10th in rebounding (7.6).

He also finished fifth in 3-pointers made (2.6 3FG/g) and eighth in 3-point FG percentage (37.9%).
One of the top rebounding guards in the country, Bowman ranked third in the ACC – and 36th nationally – in defensive rebounds (6.8 DR/g).  The Nation’s Most Dynamic Guard leads the country in minutes per game and KenPom’s minute’s percentage.

In ACC games only, he ranked fourth in scoring, sixth in assists, ninth in rebounds, third in 3FG made, and fourth in 3FG%.

It marks the third time that Bowman has earned ACC postseason honors. He was named to the All-Freshman team in 2016-17 and was an honorable mention selection a season ago.  Bowman is the 10th Boston College player to earn All-ACC honors since the Eagles joined the league in 2005-06.

2019 Atlantic Coast Conference Post-Season Honors

All-ACC First Team (votes)
Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke (350*)
RJ Barrett, Fr., Duke (346)
De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia (302)
Cameron Johnson, Sr., North Carolina (277)
Kyle Guy, Jr., Virginia (231)

Second Team
Luke Maye, Sr., North Carolina (221)
Ky Bowman, Jr., Boston College (188)
Ty Jerome, Jr., Virginia (177)
Coby White, Fr., North Carolina (171)
Kerry Blackshear Jr., Jr., Virginia Tech (170)

Third Team
Jordan Nwora, So., Louisville (135)
Marcquise Reed, Sr., Clemson (129)
Tyus Battle, Jr., Syracuse (128)
Nickeil Alexander-Walker, So., Virginia Tech (72)
John Mooney, Jr., Notre Dame (71)

Honorable Mention
Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State (69)
Cam Reddish, Fr., Duke (37)
Tre Jones, Fr., Duke (18)
Terance Mann, Sr., Florida State (16)
Elijah Thomas, Sr., Clemson (10)

ACC Player of the Year
Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke (49)
RJ Barrett, Fr., Duke (16)
De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia (4)
Ky Bowman, Jr., Boston College (1)

ACC Freshman of the Year
Zion Williamson, Duke (47)
RJ Barrett, Duke (21)
Coby White, North Carolina (2)

ACC Coach of the Year
Tony Bennett, Virginia (30)
Buzz Williams, Virginia Tech (12)
Roy Williams, North Carolina (11)
Leonard Hamilton, Florida State (10)
Chris Mack, Louisville (7)

ACC Defensive Player of the Year
De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia (46)
Tre Jones, Fr., Duke (19)
David Skara, Sr., Clemson (3)
Trent Forrest, Jr., Florida State (2)

ACC Most Improved Player
Jordan Nwora, So., Louisville (30)
John Mooney, Jr., Notre Dame (27)
Cameron Johnson, Sr., North Carolina (5)
Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State (4)
Kerry Blackshear Jr., Jr., Virginia Tech (2)
Chris Lykes, So., Miami (2)

ACC Sixth Man of the Year
Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State (60)
DJ Funderburk, So., NC State. (3)
Jared Wilson-Frame, Jr., Pitt (3)
Nassir Little, Fr., North Carolina (2)
Braxton Key, Jr., Virginia (2)

ACC All-Defensive Team
De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia (60)
Tre Jones, Fr., Duke (56)
Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke (53)
Elijah Thomas, Sr., Clemson (31)
James Banks III, Jr., Georgia Tech (29)

ACC All-Freshman Team
Zion Williamson, Duke (70*)
Coby White, North Carolina (67)
RJ Barrett, Duke (66)
Xavier Johnson, Pitt (40)
Tre Jones, Duke (38)
*unanimous

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