Georgia Tech Women's Tennis: Woodard, Kurey given All-ACC honors

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For the second consecutive year, Georgia Tech sophomore Kendal Woodard has been given All-ACC honors, while teammate Megan Kurey has been named to the All-ACC team for the first time.

Woodard was named to first team while Kurey was given second team honors.

Per a release from the Georgia Tech athletic department, All-ACC teams were determined by a vote of the league’s 15 head coaches. Woodard and Kurey are the 19th and 20th Georgia Tech student-athletes selected to All-ACC women’s tennis teams.

As a doubles tandem, Woodard and Kurey are one of the most formidable duos in the nation, winning the 2013 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships doubles title in November. In 2014, they have a record of 25-9 together, with a 9-8 mark against nationally ranked opponents. Kurey and Woodard also won the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Title in the fall.

Below is the list of all honorees as announced by ACC commissioner John Swofford:

Individual Award Winners:

Player of the Year – Jamie Loeb, North Carolina
Freshman of the Year – Haley Carter, North Carolina
Coach of the Year – Nancy Harris, Clemson

All-ACC First Team

Jamie Loeb                       Fr.             North Carolina
Julia Elbaba                     So.             Virginia
Beatrice Capra                 So.             Duke
Hayley Carter                   Fr.             North Carolina
Stephanie Wagner          So.             Miami
Ester Goldfeld                  Jr.              Duke
Kendal Woodard            So.             Georgia Tech
Hanna Mar                       Sr.             Duke
Danielle Collins               So.             Virginia

All-ACC Second Team

Joelle Kissell                    Sr.             NC State
Caroline Price                  Jr.              North Carolina
Kelsey Laurente               So.             Miami
Megan Kurey                    So.             Georgia Tech
Kerrie Cartwright            Jr.              Florida State
Jessica Wacnik                Jr.              Boston College
Yana Koroleva                  Sr.             Clemson
Maddie Kobelt                 Sr.             Syracuse
Stephanie Nauta              So.             Virginia

All-ACC Third Team

Daneika Borthwick         Jr.              Florida State
Romy Koelzer                  Jr.              Clemson
Beatrice Gumulya           Jr.              Clemson
Lina Lileikite                    Jr.              Miami
Alexandra Stanova          Fr.             Maryland
Rachel Pierson                 Fr.             Virginia
Britney Sanders               Sr.             Notre Dame
Francesca Fusinato         Fr.             Virginia Tech
Ilinca Stoica                      So.             Virginia Tech


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