CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia softball senior Lacy Smith (Lancaster, Pa.) was named an All-ACC first team selection, as announced by the league office on Tuesday (May 7).
 
Smith is the second Cavalier to earn first team recognition since 2010, joining Katie Park who earned the honor in 2017. The Virginia first baseman hit .400 in ACC play this season, ranking fifth in the league.
 
Smith cranked out six doubles and six home runs in ACC games to produce a slugging percentage of .743. The six homers were tied for sixth in the league while her slugging percentage ranked fourth.
 
At the end of the regular season, Smith had top 10 marks in nine single-season categories at Virginia. She set the school record by hitting 15 home runs this season and currently holds a .788 slugging percentage, which would also set the UVA record. Along with her 15 homers, Smith has roped 15 doubles as part of her .413 batting average. The mark ranks third all-time at Virginia and makes Smith the first Cavalier to hit over .400 since 2007.
 
Her 43 RBI this season are the eighth most in Cavalier history and the most since 2010. Smith also set the school record this season by hitting in 16 consecutive games.
 
The All-ACC honor is the first of Smith’s career. She and the Cavaliers open play at the ACC Softball Championship on Wednesday, May 8 against Georgia Tech in a 3:30 p.m. first pitch.
 
2019 ACC Softball Player of the Year: Cait Brooks, Notre Dame
2019 ACC Softball Pitcher of the Year: Carrie Eberle, Virginia Tech
2019 ACC Softball Defensive Player of the Year: Sydney Sherrill, Florida State
2019 ACC Softball Freshman of the Year: Kelsey Bennett, Virginia Tech
2019 ACC Softball Coach of the Year: Pete D’Amour, Virginia Tech
 
2019 All-ACC Softball First Team
Carsyn Gordon, Florida State
Meghan King, Florida State
Sydney Sherrill, Florida State
Katie Krzus, Georgia Tech
Kristina Burkhardt, North Carolina
Brittany Pickett, North Carolina
Cait Brooks, Notre Dame
Melissa Rochford, Notre Dame
Payton Tidd, Notre Dame
Lacy Smith, Virginia
Jayme Bailey, Virginia Tech
Kelsey Bennett, Virginia Tech
Carrie Eberle, Virginia Tech
Keely Rochard, Virginia Tech
Emma Strouth, Virginia Tech
 
2019 All-ACC Softball Second Team
Lexi DiEmmanuele, Boston College
Emme Martinez, Boston College
Peyton St. George, Duke
Elizabeth Mason, Florida State
Anna Shelnutt, Florida State
Cameron Stanford, Georgia Tech
Sidney Melton, Louisville
Sam Russ, NC State
Megan Dray, North Carolina
Leah Murray, North Carolina
Kiani Ramsey, North Carolina
Emma Clark, Notre Dame
Katie Marino, Notre Dame
Olivia Gray, Pittsburgh
Hunter Levesque, Pittsburgh
 
2019 ACC Softball All-Freshman Team
Makinzy Herzog, Florida State
Kathryn Sandercock, Florida State
Bailee Zeitler, Georgia Tech
Charley Butler, Louisville
Rebecca Chung, Louisville
Hannah George, North Carolina
Emma Clark, Notre Dame
Payton Tidd, Notre Dame
Jayme Bailey, Virginia Tech
Kelsey Bennett, Virginia Tech

 

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