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May 11, 2000

GREENSBORO, N.C. – University of Virginia senior James Driscoll was named to the All-ACC Men’s Golf Team as voted upon by the league’s nine head coaches. This is Driscoll’s third selection to the All-ACC Team. He earned the honors as a freshman, sophomore and senior.

Driscoll led the Cavaliers with a 72.33 average. He shot a season-low 67 at the Cleveland Golf Collegiate Challenge and had three, top-10 finishes in the Spring season.

Clemson led the conference in the number of players selected to the team with four, followed by Georgia Tech with two, N.C. State with two and Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest and Duke with one apiece.

Georgia Tech’s Bryce Molder was named the ACC Player of the Year. Rookie of the Year honors went to D.J. Trahan of Clemson while N.C. State Head Coach Richard Sykes was named the ACC Coach of the Year.

2000 All-ACC Men’s Golf Team

John Engler, Clemson, Jr., Augusta, Ga.
Lucas Glover, Clemson, Jr., Greenville, S.C.
Jonathan Byrd, Clemson Sr., Columbia, S.C.
D.J. Trahan, Clemson, Fr.,Inman, S.C.
Matt Kuchar, Georgia Tech, Sr., Lake Mary, Fla.
Bryce Molder, Georgia Tech, Jr., Conway, Ark.
Carl Pettersson, N.C. State, Sr., Greesnboro, N.C.
Chris Mundorf, N.C. State, Jr., Greensboro, N.C.
Max Harris, North Carolina, Sr., Worthing, England
Keith Unikel, Maryland, Sr., Potomac, Md.
James Driscoll, Virginia, Sr., Brookline, Mass.
Matt Krauss, Duke, So., Dumfries, Va.
Brent Wanner, Wake Forest, Fr., Chatham, Mass.

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