Lexie Brown and Rebecca Greenwell will enter their final postseason as Blue Devils armed with a new stack of hardware.

Brown was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in a vote of the ACC's head coaches released Wednesday, and she also earned first-team All-ACC honors and ACC All-Defensive team honors from both the Blue Ribbon Panel and the coaches' ballot, the league announced Tuesday. Greenwell was named second-team All-ACC, and freshman Jade Williams wound up on the All-ACC freshman team.

Brown was second in the ACC with 20.3 points per game and also had 105 steals in the regular season, with nobody else in the conference anywhere near that number. Duke players have now won ACC Defensive Player of the Year eight times in the 13 years, including four-time winner Elizabeth Williams from 2012-15. 

Despite missing a game at Louisville near the beginning of conference play due to a knee injury, Greenwell has been Duke's most efficient shooter, converting at a 43.5 percent clip from 3-point range, and consistently crashed the glass from the perimeter as the Blue Devils' leading rebounder with 6.5 boards per game.

Williams grew into a key role during ACC play, starting eight games and averaging 5.3 points and 3.4 rebounds against conference opponents. She also served as an effective rim protector alongside starting senior Erin Mathias in the frontcourt.

This story was updated Wednesday at 11:40 to include Brown's ACC Defensive Player of the Year honor.