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June 25, 2012

Greensboro, N.C. – For the second time in his career, Virginia men’s golfer Bruce Woodall (Eden, N.C.) has been named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Team as announced by the ACC today. A government major, Woodall was a senior during the 2011-12 season.Woodall played in all 12 matches this season and helped the Cavaliers to a 22nd-place finish at the NCAA Championships. He was the team’s top finisher at the NCAAs, placing 37th overall. Woodall was fourth on the team with a 73.47 stroke average. He posted his best career tournament score in the fall, shooting 4-under 212 at the VCU Shootout.

To be eligible for consideration for the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic 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.

2012 All-ACC Academic Men’s Golf Team
Name, Class, School, Major

John Jackopsic, Fr., Boston College / Communications
#Thomas Bradshaw, So., Clemson / Marketing
William Kennerly, Fr., Clemson / Pre-Business
##Crawford Reeves, Jr., Clemson / Marketing
#Spencer Anderson, Sr., Duke / Political Science
#Austin Cody, So., / Sociology
##Brinson Paolini, Jr., Duke / Psychology
Adam Sumrall, Jr., Duke / Political Science
##Julian Suri, Jr., Duke / History
Doug Letson, Sr., Florida State / Economics
Anders Albertson, Fr., Georgia Tech / BSBA
#Alexander (Bo) Andrews, Jr., Georgia Tech / Management
Oliver Schniederjans, Fr., Georgia Tech / BSBA
Richard Werenski, So., Georgia Tech / Management
*James White, Sr., Georgia Tech / Management
Bailey Patrick, Fr., North Carolina / Business Administration
#Chad Day, Sr., NC State / Finance/Business Administration
##Mark McMillen, Sr., NC State / Finance/Business Administration
#Bruce Woodall, Sr., Virginia / Government
#Bryce Chalkley, So., Virginia Tech / General Engineering
Trevor Cone, Fr., Virginia Tech / Marketing
Scott Vincent, Fr., Virginia Tech / Business
##Evan Beck, Jr., Wake Forest / Finance
*Lee Bedford, Sr., Wake Forest / Finance
#Charlie Harrison, Jr., Wake Forest / Religion

#denotes second-time honoree
##denotes three-time honoree
*denotes four-time honoree

ACC Men’s Golf Rod Myers Scholar-Athlete of the Year: James White, Georgia Tech

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