Six Tigers Named to 2001 All-ACC Baseball Team

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Fort Mill, S.C. - With seven All-ACC selections, the Wake Forest Demon
Deacons head up the 2001 All-Atlantic Coast Conference baseball teams as
selected by a vote of the league's nine head coaches. The teams,
announced today at the 28th annual ACC Baseball Tournament, also include
six players from Clemson and Florida State. Georgia Tech tabs four
all-conference selections followed by North Carolina and Virginia with
two apiece and NC State with one selection.

Georgia Tech's Jason Basil is making his third straight appearance on
the All-ACC team while the following players are making their second
appearance: Ryan Barthelemy (FSU), Khalil Greene (CU), John-Ford Griffin
(FSU), Richard Lewis (GT), Bryan Prince (GT), Jarrod Schmidt (CU), Cory
Sullivan (WF) and Brian Wright (NCS).

2001 ALL-ACC Baseball Team

First Team

1B	Ryan Barthelemy         Jr.	Florida State
2B	Russ Adams      	So.	North Carolina
3B	Jeff Baker      	So.	Clemson
SS	Khalil Greene   	Jr.	Clemson
C	Bryan Prince    	Sr.	Georgia Tech
OF	John-Ford Griffin	Jr.	Florida State
OF	Cory Sullivan   	Sr.	Wake Forest
OF	Brian Wright    	Jr.	NC State
DH	Jarrod Schmidt  	So.	Clemson
U	Dan Street      	So.	Virginia
SP	Brandon Creswell	Sr.	Virginia
SP	Steve Reba      	Jr.	Clemson
SP	Blair Varnes    	Jr.	Florida State
RP	Dave Bush         	Jr.	Wake Forest

Second Team

1B	Jamie D'Antona	Fr.	Wake Forest
2B	Ryan Riley	Sr.	Clemson
3B	Corey Slavik	Sr.	Wake Forest
SS	Richard Lewis	Jr.	Georgia Tech
C	Jason Aquilante	Sr.	Wake Forest
OF	Jason Basil	Sr.	Georgia Tech
OF	Karl Jernigan	Sr.	Florida State
OF	Casey Stone	Sr.	Clemson
DH	Carlos Brackley	Sr.	Wake Forest
U	Jason Howell	Sr.	North Carolina
SP	Steve Kelly	Jr.	Georgia Tech
SP	Matt Lynch	So.	Florida State
SP	Cory Sullivan	Sr.	Wake Forest
RP	Justin Lord	Fr.	Florida State

ACC Player, Rookie and Coach of the Year will be
released on Monday, May 21.

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