GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia senior Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) and sophomore Beth Lillie (Fullerton, Calif.) have been named to the 15-member 2019 All-Atlantic Coast Conference team as announced by the league office today (May 2). It marks the second consecutive season both players have been honored with all-conference honors.
Redding leads UVA in stroke average at 72.67. She was the team’s top finisher in five of the Cavaliers’ tournaments this season. She picked up her first collegiate win at Michigan State’s Mary Fossum Invitational in the fall. She had additional top-five finishes at the Tar Heel Invitational, Tar Heel Classic and ACC Championship, where she was fifth. During the season, Redding posted her best 54-hole collegiate score at the Mary Fossum Invitational and her career low 18-hole score with a 66 at the Tar Heel Classic.
Lillie was second on the team with a 72.90 stroke average and also led the Cavaliers in scoring at five events this year. She posted five top-10 finishes during the season including her second consecutive fifth-place showing at the ACC Championships. She equaled her best tournament score with a 54-hole total of 4-under 212 at the Tar Heel Classic and shot 5-under 67 at the ACC Championships to match her career-best single-round effort.
The Cavaliers open NCAA regional competition Monday in Auburn, Ala.
The 2019 All-ACC Women’s Golf Team
Ana Belac, Duke
Javaree Boonchant, Duke
Virginia Elena Carta, Duke
Lauren Hartlage, Louisville
Alice Hewson, Clemson
Gina Kim, Duke
Frida Kinhult, Florida State
Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest
Siyun Liu, Wake Forest
Emilia Migliaccio, Wake Forest
Beth Lillie, Virginia
Anna Redding, Virginia
Ivy Shephard, Clemson
Beatrice Wallin, Florida State
Jennifer Zhou, North Carolina
Co-Players of the Year: Frida Kinhult, Florida State & Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest
Freshman of the Year: Frida Kinhult, Florida State
Coach of the Year: Kim Lewellen, Wake Forest