All-ACC Basketball Teams Announced

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Duke's Mason Plumlee, Virginia Tech's Erick Green and Miami's Shane Larkin headline the all-Atlantic Coast Conference first team.

The teams were announced Monday following a vote of 77 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.

They were joined by Virginia's Joe Harris and North Carolina State's Richard Howell.

Plumlee received 226 points to 225 for Green and 224 for Larkin. Players received three points for being listed on the first team, two for the second team and one for third team.

Green led the nation in scoring with a 25-point scoring average. Plumlee was second in the league in scoring (17.2 points), rebounding (10.3) and field goal percentage (58.9 percent). Larkin averaged 13.7 points while leading the Hurricanes to the No. 1 seed in this week's league tournament.

ALL-ACC TEAM

First Team
Mason Plumlee, Duke (226)
Erick Green, Virginia Tech (225)
Shane Larkin, Miami (224)
Joe Harris, Virginia (219)
Richard Howell, NC State (192)

Second Team
Seth Curry, Duke (178)
Kenny Kadji, Miami (131)
Lorenzo Brown, NC State (122)
Reggie Bullock, North Carolina (119)
James Michael McAdoo, North Carolina (97)

Third Team
Michael Snaer, Florida State (93)
C.J. Leslie, NC State (80)
Ryan Anderson, Boston College (46)
Akil Mitchell, Virginia (43)
Devin Booker, Clemson (43)
Quinn Cook, Duke (43)

Honorable Mention
Durand Scott, Miami (39); P.J. Hairston, North Carolina (30); C.J. Harris, Wake Forest (27); Alex Len, Maryland (19); Olivier Hanlan, Boston College (13); Travis McKie, Wake Forest (13); Ryan Kelly, Duke (12); Okaro White, Florida State (6); Scott Wood, N.C. State (5); Dez Wells, Maryland (4); Devin Thomas, Wake Forest (1); Julian Gamble, Miami (1); T.J. Warren, NC State (1)




 
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