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North Carolina picked to win title
August 6th, 2010 4:15PM

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[ACC WOMEN] Despite the loss of four players taken with the first eight picks in the 2010 WPS draft, North Carolina is still picked to win the 2010 ACC women's title ahead of Boston College.

North Carolina received five first-place votes and a total of 113 points, while Boston College was second with four first place votes and 111 points.

The ACC is coming off a 2009 season that saw a league-record tying eight teams receive NCAA Tournament bids and post a conference-record 20 postseason wins.
 
ACC Women’s Poll
1.  North Carolina (5) 23-3-1 (7 -3-0)
2.  Boston College (4) 18-4-2 (7-2-1)
3.  Florida State (1) 19-5-1 (7-2-1)
4.  Virginia (1)  10-6-6 (4-4-2)
5.  Duke 8-9-4 (4-4-2)
6.  Maryland  14-6-2 (4-4-2)
7.  Wake Forest 16-6-2 (5-3-2)
8.  Virginia Tech  16-8-0 (6-4-0)
9.  Miami, Fla.  8-10-1 (3-6-1)
10. NC State 8-9-2 (2-7-1)
11. Clemson  3-15-0 (0-10-0)



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