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Feb. 27, 2006

GREENSBORO, N.C. – University of Virginia sophomore Sharneé Zoll (Marlboro, N.J.) has been named to the 2006 All-Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball team, the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) announced on Monday.

The 5-7 guard earned Third Team All-ACC honors. With her six assists at No. 2 Duke, she broke sophomore record in 22 games. Zoll stands at No. 10 on the UVa career list with 333 assists in 59 career games. She’s also dished out a team-best 174 in 27 games this season. A member of the Cavalier Classic All-Tournament team, Zoll has recorded double digit assists three times this season. A starter in every game, the team captain stands third in team scoring with 10.7 ppg. In ACC games only, Zoll is the Cavalier leader with 12.2 ppg.

Zoll receive ACC Honorable Mention All-Freshman honors last season. She was also earned the team’s Rookie of the Year, Best Player in Practice, and Preseason Conditioning awards.

The No. 9 seed Cavaliers will tackle No. 8 seed Boston College in the first round of the 2006 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. Tip-off is set for Thursday, March 2 at 11 a.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum.


First Team

(1st Team Votes)Monique Currie, Duke (70*) 210Ivory Latta, North Carolina (70*) 210Crystal Langhorne, Maryland (65) 205Tamara James, Miami (57) 192Erlana Larkins, North Carolina (31) 163

Second TeamBrooke Quennan, Boston College 114Mistie Williams, Duke 110Marissa Coleman, Maryland 108Shay Doron, Maryland 98Lindsey Harding, Duke 88

Third TeamCotelia Bond-Young, Wake Forest 86Alicia Gladden, Florida State 78Camille Little, North Carolina 65Kerri Gardin, Virginia Tech 61Sharneé Zoll, Virginia 56

Honorable Mention (25 or more points)Renee Taylor, Miami 53Tiffany Stansbury, NC State 41

*unanimous selection

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