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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Virginia fourth year Sarah Kirkwood was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team, the conference office announced Tuesday. First year Kendahl Voelker was named to the All-Freshmen team.

Kirkwood, an AVCA Honorable Mention All-American, is a four-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference performer. She was previously named to first team in 2005 and second team in 2006 and 2004.

Kirkwood finished her career at the top of several categories in the Virginia record book, including career kills (1,924), kills per game (4.48), attack attempts (4,972) and service aces (223). She also ranks among the top 10 in career digs and hitting percentage.

Voelker averaged 2.19 kills per game in 31 matches for the Cavaliers as a freshman. She also was third on the squad in blocking with 86 swats on the year. Virginia has put a member on the conference all-freshmen team in each of the last seven seasons.

2007 All-ACC Selections
First Team

Carrie DeMange, Duke
Mira Djuric, Florida State
Didem Ege, Clemson
Ali Hausfeld, Duke
Danielle Hepburn, Clemson
Talisa Kellogg, Georgia Tech
Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia
Natalie Mullikin, Wake Forest
Kelsey Murphy, Clemson

Second Team
Jeannette Abbott, Clemson
Jade Brown, Maryland
Brianna Eskola, North Carolina
Kelsey Johnson, Boston College
Leslie Mansfield, Clemson
Rachael Moss, Duke
Ulrike Stegemann, Georgia Tech
Meghan Steiner, Clemson
Makini Thompson, Florida State

All-Freshmen Team
Audrey Eichler, Boston College
Katie Gallagher, Miami
Kelsey Jones, Wake Forest
Michelle Kenning, Maryland
Kendahl Voelker, Virginia
Felicia Willoughby, Virginia Tech

Player of the Year
Carrie DeMange, Duke

Freshman of the Year
Felicia Willoughby, Virginia Tech

Coach of the Year
Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson

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