GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia junior Amanda Sambach (Pinehurst, N.C.) was named to the 15-member 2024 All-Atlantic Coast Conference team as announced by the league office today (May 2). It marks the third consecutive year she has picked up All-ACC honors.

Sambach is ranked seventh in the current NCAA golf standings and is coming off a runner-up finish at the ACC Championships. She has finished in the top three at the ACC Championships during each of her three seasons at UVA.

Sambach leads the Cavaliers with a 71.15 stroke average this season. She has posted top-10 finishes in six of nine tournaments this year. This season, 19 of her 27 rounds have been par or better. Sambach won Toledo’s Glass City Invitational and has been a runner-up at the Stanford Intercollegiate and the San Diego State Classic this season. A finalist for the ANNIKA Award, she has also been selected to play for the U.S. team at this summer’s Arnold Palmer Cup for the second consecutive year.

Sambach will compete with the Cavaliers at the NCAA Cle Elum Regional set for May 6-8 at Tumble Creek Club in Cle Elum, Wash.

2024 ACC Women’s Golf Player of the Year
Lottie Woad, Florida State

2024 ACC Women’s Golf Freshman of the Year
Macy Pate, Wake Forest

2024 ACC Women’s Golf Coach of the Year
Kim Lewellen, Wake Forest

2024 All-ACC Women’s Golf Team
Rachel Kuehn, Wake Forest (ACC Individual Medalist)
Lottie Woad, Florida State
Amanda Sambach, Virginia
Mirabel Ting, Florida State
Carolina Lopez-Chacarra, Wake Forest
Sara Byrne, Miami
Macy Pate, Wake Forest
Emma McMyler, Duke
Megan Streicher, North Carolina
Mimi Rhodes, Wake Forest
Lauren Olivares, NC State
Katie Li, Duke
Chloe Holder, Clemson
Annabelle Pancake, Clemson
Lauren Beaudreau, Notre Dame

First 13 spots were decided based on the NCAA-approved national rankings (Scoreboard presented by Clipped)
*last two spots (14/15) were voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Of the Year awards were voted on by the league’s head coaches.