May 8, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia softball senior outfielder Allison Davis (Oak Hill, Va.) was named second team All-ACC, the conference office announced Tuesday (May 8).

For Davis, the selection marks her second career All-ACC recognition after earning a second team selection in 2016.

The leadoff hit .317 in ACC play to lead all Cavaliers. She also led the team with 18 runs scored and drove in another 13 runs. On the season as a whole, Davis hit .365 to rank eighth in the ACC and led all league players with 65 hits on the season.

Davis also launched a career-high 11 home runs in 2018, a mark that ranked third in the ACC. The senior drove in a career-best 40 runs and scored 43 times to become the first Cavalier to eclipse 40 in each category since 2003.

Virginia has now had a student-athlete recognized on the All-ACC team in each of the past three seasons.

2018 All-ACC Softball Awards

Player of the Year: Jessie Warren, Florida State

Pitcher of the Year: Kylee Hanson, Florida State

Defensive Player of the Year: Taylor Wike, North Carolina

Freshman of the Year: Sydney Sherrill, Florida State

Coach of the Year: Holly Aprile, Pittsburgh

First Team

Emme Martinez, Boston College

Annie Murphy, Boston College

Raine Wilson, Duke

Zoe Casas, Florida State

Kylee Hanson, Florida State

Meghan King, Florida State

Sydney Sherrill, Florida State

Jessie Warren, Florida State

Megan Hensley, Louisville

Sidney Melton, Louisville

Brittany Pickett, North Carolina

Taylor Wike, North Carolina

Olivia Gray, Pittsburgh

Giorgiana Zeremenko, Pittsburgh

Bryce Holmgren, Syracuse

Second Team

Jesse Dreswick, Boston College

Chloe Sharabba, Boston College

Carsyn Gordon, Florida State

Emily Anderson, Georgia Tech

Draven Sonnon, Georgia Tech

Cameron Stanford, Georgia Tech

Destiny DeBerry, North Carolina

Kiani Ramsey, North Carolina

Alexis Holloway, Notre Dame

Melissa Rochford, Notre Dame

Abby Sweet, Notre Dame

Kayla Harris, Pittsburgh

Alexa Romero, Syracuse

Allison Davis, Virginia

Carrie Eberle, Virginia Tech

All-Freshmen Team

CC Cook, Boston College

Emme Martinez, Boston College

Rachel Abboud, Duke

Peyton St. George, Duke

Sydney Sherrill, Florida State

Cameron Stanford, Georgia Tech

Maddy Newman, Louisville

Alexis Holloway, Notre Dame

Abby Sweet, Notre Dame

Hunter Levesque, Pittsburgh