Wednesday, 21 February 2024

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Several ACC Fall Student-Athletes Named CSC Academic All-Americans

Several ACC Fall Student-Athletes Named CSC Academic All-Americans

CHARLOTTE, N.C. ( – The Atlantic Coast Conference had 13 student-athletes across four fall sports named College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-Americans following the conclusion of the fall season.
Seven different schools had at least one honoree, with the ACC having five student-athletes recognized in football, three each in both men’s soccer and volleyball, and two on the women’s soccer team.
Nominees must be at least a sophomore academically and athletically, have played in 90 percent of the team’s games on the season, and have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale). A graduate student-athlete must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) as both an undergraduate and a grad student unless they are in their first semester as a graduate student and don’t have an established graduate grade point average.

The cross country and track & field teams are announced following the spring season, while field hockey is part of the at-large team also decided at the end of the academic year.

ACC’s 2023-24 CSC Academic All-Americans (Fall)


Will Shipley, Clemson (first team)

Malik Washington, Virginia (first team)

Eric Miller, Louisville (first team)

Ashton Gillotte, Louisville (first team)

Graham Barton, Duke (second team)


Men’s Soccer

Nick Pariano, Duke (first team)

Paddy Burns, Notre Dame (second team)

Gabriel Mikinia, Syracuse (third team)


Women’s Soccer

Megan Bornkamp, Clemson (third team)

Sarah Schupansky, Pitt (third team)



Anna DeBeer, Louisville (first team)

Rachel Fairbanks, Pitt (second team)

Chiamaka Nwokolo, Pitt (third team)

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