On Friday, the ACC announced its All-ACC team honors with four Blue Devils receiving awards.
Senior Chloe Beck was the only Duke player to receive first-team honors, with Georgia Drummy and Emma Jackson receiving third-team honors. In doubles, Beck and Ellie Coleman were picked for the third team, the only Duke duo to receive an All-ACC team honor.
For the second-consecutive year, Beck received first-team honors, with both her and Drummy earning All-ACC recognition in three straight seasons. Beck, who was ranked as high No. 2 nationally this season, became the fourth Blue Devil to collect 30 or more singles and doubles wins in a season. She competed in the NCAA Singles Championship in May, before falling in the Sweet 16. Drummy also competed in the Singles Championship, defeating No. 2-seed Mary Stoiana before falling in the round of 32.
Jackson, in her sophomore season, was named to the third team for the second time while Coleman earned the honor for the first time. Jackson, with her 13 wins at the No. 3 singles position this season, tied her for the 14th-most in Duke history. As a doubles team, Beck and Coleman knocked off two top-10 opponents when playing at the No. 1 doubles slot this season.
As a team, Duke maintained an 11-2 ACC record this season, only falling to Virginia and eventual national champions North Carolina.
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