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McCarthy Earns All-ACC Honors for Second Consecutive Season

Denny McCarthy

Denny McCarthy

May 21, 2013

Charlottesville, Va. - The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today Virginia sophomore men's golfer Denny McCarthy (Rockville, Md.) has been named to the All-ACC team. McCarthy earned the distinction for the second consecutive year.

McCarthy leads the Cavaliers in stroke average at 72.59 through 32 rounds this season. He led or shared the team lead in scoring in five of the team's 11 tournaments this season. McCarthy finished first at the Northern Open at the team's first tournament of the year. Last weekend he tied for second at the NCAA Columbus Regional to advance to the NCAA Championships as an individual competitor.

McCarthy will compete for the NCAA individual championship May 28-30 in Atlanta, Ga., at the Capital City Club.

In 2012, McCarthy was the ACC's Freshman of the Year, in addition to picking up all-conference honors.

Voting for the All-ACC team and individual awards was conducted by the league's coaches.

2013 All-ACC Men's Golf Team
(Listed alphabetically)

Anders Albertson, So., Georgia Tech Woodstock, Ga. Evan Beck, Sr., Wake Forest Virginia Beach, Va. Daniel Berger, So., Florida State Jupiter, Fla. Sean Bosdosh, Jr., Maryland Clarksburg, Md. Albin Choi, Jr., NC State Toronto, Ontario, Canada Hank Lebioda, Fr., Florida State Winter Springs, Fla.
Denny McCarthy, So., Virginia Rockville, Md. Mikey Moyers, Sr., Virginia Tech Stanardsville, Va. Brinson Paolini, Sr., Duke Virginia Beach, Va. Ollie Schniederjans, So., Georgia Tech Powder Springs, Ga. Chase Seiffert, Sr., Florida State Panama City, Fla. Scott Vincent, So., Virginia Tech Harare, Zimbabwe

ACC Player of the Year: Albin Choi, NC State ACC Freshman of the Year: Hank Lebioda, Florida State ACC Coach of the Year: Jamie Green, Duke




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