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Felicia Aiyeotan Named to the ACC All-Defensive Team

Feb. 27, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia women's basketball sophomore center Felicia Aiyeotan (Lagos, Nigeria) has been named to the five-member 2017-18 Atlantic Coast Conference All-Defensive Team, as announced today (Feb. 27) by Commissioner John Swofford.

Aiyeotan currently leads the conference in blocked shots and is ninth in rebounding at 7.3 per game. Her 62 blocked shots this season ranks sixth in program history. As a sophomore, Aiyeotan already ranks fifth in program history in blocked shots with 116.

Aiyeotan is the fifth player in program history to be named to the ACC All-Defensive team, joining Renee Robinson (a member of the inaugural team in 2000), LaTonya Blue (2004-05), Monica Wright (2008, 10) and Lexie Gerson (2012, 14).

This is the first all-conference honor of Aiyeotan's career.

The All-Defensive team is determined by a vote of the conference's head coaches.

Additionally, sophomore guard Dominique Toussaint (Staten Island, N.Y.) was named as an honorable mention in All-ACC Team voting. Toussaint leads the team in scoring averaging 11.3 points per game. She is also 10th in the conference in assists, averaging 3.7 per game.

All-Defensive Team
Lexie Brown, R-Sr., G, Duke
Felicia Aiyeotan, So., C, Virginia
Danielle Edwards, Jr., G, Clemson
Amber Campbell, Sr., G, Wake Forest
Akela Maize, Sr., C, NC State




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