ACC announces 2005-06 Academic Honor Roll
    177 Hokies honored
    August 9, 2006

    GREENSBORO, N.C. - The 50th annual Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll, noting academic excellence by student-athletes for the 2005-06 school year, was released today by Commissioner John D. Swofford.

    The Honor Roll is comprised of those student-athletes who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the full academic year. In its first season as a 12-member league, the ACC set the conference record for the 20th consecutive year as 2,597 student-athletes were honored for their hard work in the classroom this past season. Duke led the conference in total selections for the 18th-straight year placing 362 student-athletes on the list. The Blue Devils narrowly edged Boston College for the top spot as the Eagles placed 359 athletes on this year's Academic Honor Roll. North Carolina was third with 275, while Maryland was fourth with 254. Virginia tallied 221 student-athletes, followed by Clemson (195), Florida State (187), NC State (184), Virginia Tech (177), Georgia Tech (147), Wake Forest (132) and Miami (104).

    Headlining this year's Honor Roll are 16 five-time honorees from seven different schools. Florida State and Wake Forest each had three, five-time honorees, while Clemson, Georgia Tech, Maryland, North Carolina and NC State all had two a piece. The five-time honorees included Clemson's Josh Cribb and Bradley Gibson; Florida State's David Castillo, Lacy Janson and Andrew Wilson; Georgia Tech's Mike Barbosa and Adam Jones; Maryland's Michael Fleg and Mandy Pascual; North Carolina's Camilla Ihenetu and Doug Kingston; NC State's Jesse Ledbetter and Abigail Kelkie; and Wake Forest's Wesley Allen, Anne Bersagel and Jill Miller.

    Florida State's Garrett Johnson, a four-time member of the ACC Honor Roll, was named a Rhodes Scholar in 2006 and is the league's first Rhodes Scholar athlete since 1987. Johnson led the Seminoles to their first team Outdoor Track & Field National Championship this past year, while earning a pair of individual national titles in the shot put during the indoor and outdoor seasons.

    Also included on this year's list were National Players of the Year in Duke's J.J. Redick, Georgia Tech's Kristi Miller, Maryland's Paula Infante, North Carolina's Andrew Miller and Virginia's Matt Ward. Redick, winner of the Sullivan Award as the country's top amateur athlete and ACC Male Athlete of the Year, led the Blue Devils to the ACC regular season and tournament championships. Miller was named the Honda Player of the Year in women's tennis as she led the Yellow Jackets to their second-straight conference championship. Infante was tabbed the ACC Female Athlete of the Year guiding the Terrapins to the 2005 NCAA Field Hockey national title. A first-team All-American, Infante was the recipient of the Honda Award. Selected as the sixth overall pick in the 2006 MLB Draft, junior south paw Andrew Miller of North Carolina won the Roger Clemens Award, given to the nation's top collegiate pitcher. Miller was also selected as Baseball America's Player of the Year. Ward claimed the Tewaaraton Trophy after leading the Cavaliers to the men's lacrosse national championship and a perfect 17-0 season with a 15-7 win over Massachusetts in the title match.

    Wake Forest's Anne Bersagel, a five-time ACC Honor Roll honoree and the 2005-06 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American Member of the Year was also featured on this year's list. NC State's Shaina Ervin, the 2006 ACC Softball Tournament MVP and a three-time Honor Roll member, led the Wolfpack to their first-ever ACC Softball Championship in just their third season of existence.

    Miami's Kelly Jennings, a first-team All-American and the Seattle Seahawks' first round draft pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, was honored for the second time in his career. Also receiving honors for the second time in her career was Virginia Tech's Angela Tincher, the ACC Softball Player and Pitcher of the Year this past season.

    Boston College women's basketball player Brooke Queenan and Clemson men's soccer player Bradley Gibson were both named to the Academic Honor Roll and are recipients of the 2006 ACC Weaver-James-Corrigan postgraduate scholarships.

    A complete listing of the student-athletes on the 2005-06 ACC Honor Roll follows:

    Men
    NameSport
    Nicholas BowersBaseball
    Gregory FrymanBaseball
    Matthew McGaheyBaseball
    Warren SchaefferBaseball
    Scott StoehrBaseball
    Bryan ThomasBaseball
    Robert WaskiewiczBaseball
    Andrew WellsBaseball
    Robert WestBaseball
    Coleman CollinsBasketball
    Paul AhernCross Country
    David AtkissCross Country
    Christian BarlowCross Country
    Rider ClaussCross Country
    Andrew MontgomeryCross Country
    Christopher PadillaCross Country
    Phillip PadillaCross Country
    Zachary ThomasCross Country
    Jason VickCross Country
    James AndersonFootball
    Justin BornFootball
    Brent BowdenFootball
    Cory ByrdFootball
    Brandon DillardFootball
    Jud DunlevyFootball
    Rashad FerebeeFootball
    Brandon FryeFootball
    Sean GlennonFootball
    Jonas HouserightFootball
    Jeff KingFootball
    Cameron MartinFootball
    William McMillinFootball
    William MontgomeryFootball
    Antonio NorthFootball
    Brandon PaceFootball
    Robert ParkerFootball
    Dustin PickleFootball
    McKinley PriceFootball
    Matthew ReidyFootball
    William RoyalFootball
    Grant ThrockmortonFootball
    Jordan TrottFootball
    Carlton WeatherfordFootball
    Matthew BoydGolf
    Jurrian van der VaartGolf
    Carl WakelyGolf
    Andrew WeaverGolf
    Alexander BadenSoccer
    Shota BanSoccer
    Bradley CollinsSoccer
    Drew CzekanskiSoccer
    Scott DillieSoccer
    Matthew EllsSoccer
    Benjamin NasonSoccer
    Gregory RoachSoccer
    Chad SteuckSoccer
    Taylor WalshSoccer
    Pete CancilaSwimming
    Tommy EvansSwimming
    Scott HudsonSwimming
    Neil SavageSwimming
    Harrison SimmonsSwimming
    Akil BurgessTennis
    Albert LarregolaTennis
    Arvid PuranenTennis
    Reaves RobinetteTennis
    Ignaci RocaTennis
    Alexey SergeevTennis
    Brent WilkinsTennis
    Adam BingamanTrack & Field
    William CollinsTrack & Field
    Kendall ConesTrack & Field
    Daniel ForgengTrack & Field
    Kyle GuglielmoTrack & Field
    Stephen HuntzingerTrack & Field
    Brian MarkleyTrack & Field
    Patrick MoffatTrack & Field
    Matej MuzaTrack & Field
    Joseph SamaniukTrack & Field
    Duncan VickTrack & Field
    Daniel LeClereWrestling
    Theron LeetWrestling
    Women
    NameSport
    Brittany CookBasketball
    Amber HallBasketball
    Laura HaskinsBasketball
    Adriana LemaitreBasketball
    Carrie MasonBasketball
    Kathryn DanykoCross Country
    Jennifer DietzCross Country
    Jessica FanningCross Country
    Tasmin FanningCross Country
    Samantha FerenceCross Country
    Kristin HartCross Country
    Heather MullisCross Country
    Natalie SherbakCross Country
    Katie BoyleLacrosse
    Terri CooverLacrosse
    Britt FaulknerLacrosse
    Christen FratterLacrosse
    Jessica GalindoLacrosse
    Jacqueline GrayLacrosse
    Christina GrielLacrosse
    Stephanie JonesLacrosse
    Bryana KeenanLacrosse
    Rosemary PattersonLacrosse
    Lindsay PieperLacrosse
    Kathryn SchillingLacrosse
    Casey WarnerLacrosse
    Jamie WebsterLacrosse
    Andrea AngelosSoccer
    Heather HallbergSoccer
    Kimberly HickeySoccer
    Mallory JonesSoccer
    Ashley KinserSoccer
    Mauri LiberatiSoccer
    Molly McCallSoccer
    Mary Elizabeth NewtonSoccer
    Laurie Beth PuglisiSoccer
    Mallory SoldnerSoccer
    Ashley StoutlandSoccer
    Kjersti TroutSoccer
    Kendal MartinSoftball
    Katie MaynardSoftball
    Karie MorrisonSoftball
    Caitlin MurphySoftball
    Dorian NunleySoftball
    Erin OtaSoftball
    Callie RhodesSoftball
    Jenna RhodesSoftball
    Kelsy RokeySoftball
    Caroline StolleSoftball
    Megan StoneSoftball
    Angela TincherSoftball
    Jessica BotzumSwimming
    Beth ByrumSwimming
    Millie CampbellSwimming
    Emily ChenSwimming
    Claire DickeySwimming
    Lauren DillonSwimming
    Emily GuschkeSwimming
    Becky HorningSwimming
    Claire JakabcinSwimming
    Stephanie JonesSwimming
    Laura LunnSwimming
    Jordan McHorneySwimming
    Tiffany PearsallSwimming
    Talita RibeiroSwimming
    Sara SmithSwimming
    Inga BeermannTennis
    Chelsea CrampTennis
    Anat ElazariTennis
    Ashley JamesTennis
    Natalie KretzerTennis
    Jessica LongTennis
    Jessica BattleTrack & Field
    Kristen CallanTrack & Field
    Sherlenia GreenTrack & Field
    Rachel HamiltonTrack & Field
    Ashleigh KeatsTrack & Field
    Gunild KrebTrack & Field
    Erin MahonyTrack & Field
    Abbey McGrathTrack & Field
    Meagan MontgomeryTrack & Field
    Jacqueline NicholsonTrack & Field
    Kyra RosowTrack & Field
    Diana SciambiTrack & Field
    Britni SpruillTrack & Field
    Jennifer WadeTrack & Field
    Jennifer AlbrechtVolleyball
    Amanda CloydVolleyball
    Katie EsbrookVolleyball
    Cathy JansenVolleyball
    Liz KappVolleyball
    Sarah KingVolleyball
    Allie KupecVolleyball
    Melissa MarkowskiVolleyball
    Kendra SytsmaVolleyball
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