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Anderson & Shosho Garner All-ACC Tennis Honors

April 15, 2004

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Georgia Tech sophomores Kelly Anderson and Lyndsay Shosho were named to the 2004 Atlantic Coast Conference team, as announced by the conference office Thursday. Duke led all teams with four players on this year’s team, while Clemson added three. The Jackets joined Florida State, North Carolina and Wake Forest with two all-conference selections while Maryland, NC State and Virginia rounded out the team with one apiece.

After earning ACC Rookie of the Year honors a year ago, Anderson earned her first all-conference selection after posting a 15-4 mark in dual matches this spring and an overall record of 23-11 this season. The sophomore from Pietermaritzburg, South Africa currently owns a .698 career winning percentage in singles play, which is tops in the Tech annals.

Shosho joins Anderson as a first-year honoree, posting a 9-11 record atop the Yellow Jackets’ singles lineup this season. The East Amherst, NY native owns a season record of 17-17 and stands at 21-17 in career dual matches. Both players are also currently ranked among the top 75 singles players in the nation, as Shosho stands at No. 57 and Anderson, No. 72.

Also earning all-conference honors this season were Daniela Alvarez (Clemson), Saras Arasu (Duke), Maria Brito (Clemson), Ramona But (Maryland), Kendall Cline (UNC), Karin Coetzee (Wake), Julie Coin (Clemson), Ashlee Davis (Wake), Anca Dumitrescu (FSU), Kristen James (UVa), Amanda Johnson (Duke), Aniela Mojzis (UNC), Mihaela Moldovan (FSU), Barbara Orlay (NCSU), Tory Zawacki (Duke) and Jennifer Zika (Duke).

Coin was tabbed as the ACC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year, Davis earned Rookie of the Year Honors, and Florida State’s Lise Gregory was named the conference’s Coach of the Year.

The fifth-seeded Jackets open play in this year’s championships Friday at 12 noon against No. 4 North Carolina.

2004 ACC All-Conference Team Daniela Alvarez…………………………….. Clemson Kelly Anderson………………………… Georgia Tech Saras Arasu……………………………………… Duke Maria Brito………………………………….. Clemson Ramona But……………………………….. Maryland Kendall Cline……………………….. North Carolina Karin Coetzee………………………….. Wake Forest Julie Coin…………………………………….. Clemson Ashlee Davis…………………………… Wake Forest Anca Dumitrescu……………………… Florida State Kristen James……………………………….. Virginia Amanda Johnson……………………………….. Duke Aniela Mojzis……………………….. North Carolina Mihaela Moldovan……………………. Florida State Barbara Orlay………………………………. NC State Lyndsay Shosho………………………. Georgia Tech Tory Zawacki……………………………………. Duke Jennifer Zika…………………………………….. Duke

Player of the Year Julie Coin…………………………………….. Clemson

Freshman of the Year Ashlee Davis…………………………… Wake Forest

Coach of the Year Lise Gregory…………………………… Florida State

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