The Associated Press named it’s 2004-2005 All-ACC women’s basketball teams Tuesday.
Junior Monique Currie lead the voting, earning a unanimous first-team selection from the 74 members Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. She is fourth in the conference in scoring, averaging 17.6 points per game.
Fellow juniors Mistie Williams and Jessica Foley were also honored, as both were named third-team All-ACC. Williams averaged 11.1 points and seven rebounds per game this season. Foley is in the ACC Top 10 in three-pointers made and three-point shooting percentage.
North Carolina was the only other team to match Duke’s three All-ACC selections. Sophomore Ivory Latta was named to the first team, freshman Erlana Larkins was a second-team pick and sophomore Camille Little made the third team.
Miami’s Tamara James, Florida State’s Roneeka Hodges and Maryland’s Shay Doron join Currie and Latta on the All-ACC first team. They are the ACC’s three leading scorers.
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