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May 12, 2016

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Sophomore outfielder Allison Davis (Oak Hill, Va.) earned All-ACC Second-Team honors when she was recognized by the league office in an announcement on Thursday (May 12).

Davis is the first All-ACC selection for Virginia since pitcher Melanie Mitchell was named an All-ACC Second-Team selection in the 2012 season.

The sophomore outfielder helped the Cavaliers continue to improve in the third season under head coach Blake Miller, posting claiming three weekend series in ACC play, including series wins on the road at Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech and a home series win over North Carolina.

Davis hit .357 for the season in ACC play, including 10 runs scored and eight RBI. She posted a .571 slugging percentage as she tallied four doubles, a triple and two home runs. She also was 3-for-6 in steal attempts and held a .431 on base percentage.

For the year, Davis scored 24 runs with 20 RBI, four home runs and a .466 slugging percentage. She was 9-of-13 on steal attempts and even picked up a pair of wins in the circle, as she made two starts and nine relief appearances.

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