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Jan. 23, 1997

Final ACC Standings

School             ACC     Pct.     Overall   Pct.
North Carolina     7-0-0   1.000    25-1-0   .962
Clemson            3-3-1    .500    15-7-1   .705
Virginia           3-3-1    .500    12-7-2   .619
N.C. State         3-3-1    .500    11-9-1   .548
Duke               3-3-1    .500    10-10-3  .500
Maryland           2-3-2    .429    19-5-2   .768
Wake Forest        2-5-0    .286    14-8-0   .636
Florida State      2-5-0    .286    12-7-1   .625

Through games of December 8

ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE TEAMS

FIRST TEAM Name School Pos. Yr. Megan Boehm Virginia G Fr. Erin Taylor Maryland D Sr. Kristy Whelchel Duke D So. Staci Wilson N. Carolina D Jr. Sara Burkett Clemson M So. Sherrill Kester Duke M Fr. Laurie Schwoy N. Carolina M Fr. Emmy Harbo Maryland F So. Angela Hucles Virginia F Fr. Cindy Parlow N. Carolina F So. Stephanie Sanders N.C. State F Sr. SECOND TEAM Name School Pos. Yr. Melissa Juhl Florida St. G So. Samantha Baggett Duke D Jr. Karem Esteva Virginia D So. Nel Fettig N. Carolina D Jr. Wendy Hartwig Virginia M Jr. Beth Keller Clemson M Fr. Robin McCullough Maryland M So. Tiffany Roberts N. Carolina M So. Robin Confer N. Carolina F Jr. Debbie Keller N. Carolina F Sr. Dina Padula Virginia F Jr. Player of the Year: Erin Taylor, Maryland Rookie of the Year: Laurie Schwoy, North Carolina Coaches of the Year: Alvin Corneal, N.C. State; Anson Dorrance, North Carolina
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