Duke's Gray, Williams lead women's all-ACC teams

Mar. 04, 2013 @ 08:52 PM

Two players from regular-season champion Duke lead the all-Atlantic Coast Conference first teams.

The league announced Monday evening two sets of teams — one selected by a panel of media members and school representatives, and another picked by the coaches.

Duke's Chelsea Gray and Elizabeth Williams were two of the nine players picked to both first teams.

Gray led the league with averages of 5.6 assists and 3.7 steals before suffering a season-ending knee injury last month. Williams leads the ACC by blocking 2.9 shots per game and making 52.8 percent of her shots.

Also making both first teams are Leonor Rodriguez and Alexa Deluzio of Florida State, Tyaunna Marshall of Georgia Tech, Alyssa Thomas and Tianna Hawkins of Maryland, North Carolina's Tierra Ruffin-Pratt and Miami's Morgan Stroman.

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — The 2012-13 all-Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball teams, announced Monday by commissioner John Swofford and selected by both a panel of media members and school representatives, and the league's 12 coaches.

MEDIA TEAM

First team

Chelsea Gray, jr., g, Duke

Elizabeth Williams, soph., c, Duke

Leonor Rodriguez, sr., g, Florida State

Alexa Deluzio, r-sr., g, Florida State

Natasha Howard, jr., g, Florida State

Tyaunna Marshall, jr., g, Georgia Tech

Alyssa Thomas, jr., f, Maryland

Tianna Hawkins, sr., f, Maryland

Morgan Stroman, sr., f, Miami

Tierra Ruffin-Pratt, sr., g, North Carolina

Ataira Franklin, jr., g, Virginia

Second team

Haley Peters, jr., f-g, Duke

Tricia Liston, jr., g, Duke

Xylina McDaniel, fr., F, North Carolina

Marissa Kastanek, sr., g, N.C. State

Chelsea Douglas, jr., g, Wake Forest

COACHES TEAM

First team

Chelsea Gray, jr., g, Duke

Elizabeth Williams, soph., c, Duke

Leonor Rodriguez, sr., g, Florida State

Alexa Deluzio, r-sr., g, Florida State

Tyaunna Marshall, jr., g, Georgia Tech

Alyssa Thomas, jr., f, Maryland

Tianna Hawkins, sr., f, Maryland

Morgan Stroman, sr., f, Miami

Stefanie Yderstrom, sr., g, Miami

Tierra Ruffin-Pratt, sr., g, North Carolina

Xylina McDaniel, fr., F, North Carolina

Marissa Kastanek, sr., g, N.C. State

Second team

Tricia Liston, jr., g, Duke

Natasha Howard, jr., g, Florida State

Ataira Franklin, jr., g, Virginia

Lakevia Boykin, sr., g, Wake Forest

Chelsea Douglas, jr., g, Wake Forest

Sixth player of the year

Chastity Clayton, r-sr., f, Florida State

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.