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Boston College and Wake Forest claim top honors
November 13th, 2007 8AM

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Boston College transfer Alejandro Bedoya, who was instrumental in leading the Eagles to the 2007 ACC men's regular-season title, was tabbed the Offensive Player of the Year, and BC coach Ed Kelly was named Coach of the Year.

Four players on top-ranked Wake Forest were first-team all-ACC picks, and Demon Deacon midfielder Corben Bone captured Freshman of the Year honors.

Maryland defender Omar Gonzalez was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in leading the Terrapins to a 10-match unbeaten streak to conclude the regular season.

For all the ACC award winners ...

2007 Offensive Player of the Year: Alejandro Bedoya, Boston College
2007 Defensive Player of the Year: Omar Gonzalez, Maryland
2007 Freshman of the Year: Corben Bone, Wake Forest
2007 Coach of the Year: Ed Kelly, Boston College

2007 All-ACC First Team
Goalkeeper
Brian Edwards, Wake Forest
Defender
Pat Phelan, Wake Forest
Midfielders
Reuben Ayarna, Boston College
Alejandro Bedoya, Boston College
Sam Cronin, Wake Forest
Stephen King, Maryland
Michael Videira, Duke
Forwards
Cody Arnoux, Wake Forest
Mike Grella, Duke
Patrick Nyarko, Virginia Tech
Yannick Reyering, Virginia

2007 All-ACC Second Team
Goalkeeper
Chris Brown, Boston College
Defenders
Omar Gonzalez, Maryland
Tim Jepson, Duke
Andre Sherard, North Carolina
Midfielders
Jeremy Barlow, Virginia
Jeremy Hall, Maryland
Ben Nason, Virginia Tech
Forwards
El Hadj Cisse, NC State
Robert Edmans, Virginia Tech
Sherron Manswell, Boston College
Marcus Tracy, Wake Forest

2007 All-ACC Freshmen Team
Goalkeeper
Tyler Deric, North Carolina
Defenders
Christian Ibeagha, Duke
Tyler Lassiter, NC State
Ike Opara, Wake Forest
James Shupp, Virginia Tech
Rodney Wallace, Maryland
Midfielders
Corben Bone, Wake Forest
Tommy Drake, Clemson
Cole Grossman, Duke
Karl Reddick, Boston College
Forward
Shawn Chin, Boston College

 

 



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