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Greensboro, NC – Virginia women’s golfers Nicole Agnello, Lauren Greenlief and Whitney Neuhauser have been named to the 2010 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Team as announced by the ACC today.

Agnello (Longwood, Fla.) was a freshman last season and is pursuing a degree in Kinesiology. Greenlief (Oakton, Va.) was a redshirt freshman and is majoring in economics. Neuhauser (Barboursville, Va.) graduated in May with a degree in foreign affairs.

It marks the fourth consecutive year Neuhauser has received the honor. A third-team All-American as a junior, she played in 35 matches during her four-year UVa career and recorded six top-10 finishes.

In her first collegiate season, Agnello finished third on the team in 2010 with a 75.62 stroke average. Twice she led UVa in scoring and was the team’s second-best finisher at the NCAA Championships.

Greenlief played in nine tournaments last year and helped UVa to a 13th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.

To be eligible for consideration for the team a student-athlete must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintain a cumulative 3.00 average during his academic career.

2010 All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team

Name, Class, School Major

#Kelsey Rockey, Jr., Boston College Biology
%Eunice Yim, So., Boston College Finance/CSOM
Lindy Duncan, Fr., Duke Undeclared
Courtney Ellenbogen, Fr., Duke Undeclared
Stacey Kim, Fr., Duke Undeclared
##Alison Whitaker, Sr., Duke Psychology
Lacey Agnew, Sr., Florida State Sport Management
#Macarena Silva, Jr., Florida State Marketing
Hannah Thomson, So., Florida State Sport Management
Christine Shimel, Fr., Maryland Spanish
Carly Hunt, Grad., Maryland Kinesiology
#Maria Ronderos, Jr., Miami Architectural Engineering
Courtney Gunter, Fr., North Carolina Psychology
Sarah Thead, Jr., North Carolina History
%Kate Thomas, Sr., North Carolina Management & Society/History
Brooke Baker, Jr., NC State Management
#Julie Saleeby, Jr., NC State Biological Sciences
Nicole Agnello, Fr., Virginia Kinesiology
Lauren Greenlief, So., Virginia Economics
###Whitney Neuhauser, Sr., Virginia Foreign Affairs
Alexandra Bodemann, Jr., Wake Forest Communications
Stephanie Kim, Fr., Wake Forest Undeclared
Michelle Shin, Fr., Wake Forest Undeclared

###Repeat honoree (2007-09)
##Repeat honoree (2007-08)
#Repeat honoree (2008, 2009)
%Repeat honoree (2009)

ACC Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Alison Whitaker, Duke

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