Robinson, Hammonds Named to Academic All-ACC Basketball Team


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CLEMSON -- Clemson basketball guards Shawan Robinson and Cliff Hammonds were among 10 players named to the All-ACC Academic Team on Tuesday. It marked the third consecutive year Robinson has earned the honor. Robinson joins Randy Mahaffey, (1966-69), Bobby Conrad (1978-80), Mike Eppley (1982-84), Marc Campbell (1982-84) and Tom Wideman (1997-99) as the only three time selections in Clemson history.


It also marks the third straight year Clemson has had two representatives on the team.


Robinson averaged 10.8 points per game as a junior and shot 40.4 percent from three-point range. He was named second-team All-ACC Tournament following a 41-point performance versus Maryland and North Carolina.
Robinson posted a 3.07 GPA last spring and has a cumulative 3.23 GPA in elementary education. He is on track to graduate next spring.


Hammonds was named to the ACC’s All-Freshman Team after averaging 10.6 points per game in his first season as a Tiger. The Cairo, GA native ended the 2004-05 season with a career-high 26 points in the NIT versus Texas A&M. An architecture major, Hammonds sports a cumulative 2.97 GPA.

2004-05 All-ACC Academic Basketball Team Coleman Collins, Virginia Tech Cliff Hammonds, Clemson Vytas Danelius, Wake Forest Jamaal Levy, Wake Forest Lee Melchionni, Duke J.J. Redick, Duke Shawan Robinson, Clemson Melvin Scott, North Carolina Kyle Visser, Wake Forest Andrew Wilson, Florida State

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