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Encyclopedia > ACC Athlete of the Year

The Atlantic Coast Conference Athlete of the Year award is given to the male and female athlete who show extraordinary talent throughout the entire season. The award is decided by members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is one of the oldest collegiate athletic leagues in the United States. ... The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... The hand mirror and comb of the Roman Goddess Venus is often used to represent the female sex. ...

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Anthony J. McKelvin Award

The Anthony J. McKelvin Award, which originally went to the league's athlete of the year regardless of gender until 1990, named in honor of a former sports editor of the Raleigh News and Observer, has been voted upon and handed out annually since the ACC was formed in 1953-54. This article is about the year. ... The News & Observer logo The front page of The News & Observer from January 26, 2005 The News & Observer is the regional daily newspaper of the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. ... 1953 (MCMLIII) was a common year starting on Thursday. ... 1954 (MCMLIV) was a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Mary Garber Award

In 1990, The Mary Garber Award, named in honor of a former Winston-Salem Journal reporter and a pioneer for women in the field of sports journalism, was established to honor the league's top female athlete. This article is about the year. ... The Winston-Salem Journal is a daily newspaper primarily serving the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and its county, Forsyth County, North Carolina. ...


Recipients

Male - Anthony J. McKelvin Award Female - Mary Garber Award
Season Player School Sport Player School Sport
1954 Joel Shankle Duke Track & Field
1955 Dickie Hemric Wake Forest Basketball
1956 Dave Sime Duke Track & Field/Basketball
1957 Lennie Rosenbluth North Carolina Basketball
1958 Dick Christy NC State Football
1959 Lou Pucillo NC State Basketball
1960 Mike McGee Duke Football
1961 Roman Gabriel NC State Football
1962 Len Chappell Wake Forest Basketball
1963 Art Heyman Duke Basketball
1964 Jeff Mullins Duke Basketball
1965 Brian Piccolo Wake Forest Football
1966 Danny Talbott North Carolina Football/Baseball
1967 Bobby Bryant South Carolina Football/Baseball
1968 Larry Miller North Carolina Basketball
1969 Frank Quayle Virginia Football
1970 Charlie Scott North Carolina Basketball
1971 Don McCauley North Carolina Football
1972 Barry Parkhill Virginia Basketball
1973 David Thompson NC State Basketball
1974 Tony Waldrop North Carolina Track & Field
1975 David Thompson NC State Basketball
1976 John Lucas Maryland Basketball/Tennis
1977 Phil Ford North Carolina Basketball
1978 Phil Ford North Carolina Basketball
1979 Renaldo Nehemiah Maryland Track & Field
1980 Julie Shea* NC State Track & Field
1981 Julie Shea* NC State Track & Field
1982 James Worthy North Carolina Basketball
1983 Ralph Sampson Virginia Basketball
1984 Michael Jordan North Carolina Basketball
1985 BJ Surhoff North Carolina Baseball
1986 Len Bias Maryland Basketball
1987 Riccardo Ingram Georgia Tech Football/Basketball
1988 Danny Ferry Duke Basketball
1989 Danny Ferry Duke Basketball
1990 Clarkston Hines Duke Football Shannon Higgins North Carolina Soccer
1991 Christian Laettner Duke Basketball Dawn Staley Virginia Basketball
1992 Christian Laettner Duke Basketball Dawn Staley Virginia Basketball
1993 Charlie Ward Florida State Football/Basketball Mia Hamm North Carolina Soccer
1994 Charlie Ward Florida State Football/Basketball Mia Hamm North Carolina Soccer
1995 Randolph Childress Wake Forest Basketball Tisha Venturini North Carolina Soccer
1996 Kris Benson Clemson Baseball Kelly Amonte Maryland Soccer/Lacrosse
1997 Tim Duncan Wake Forest Basketball Sarah Forbes Maryland Lacrosse
1998 Antawn Jamison North Carolina Basketball Vanessa Webb Duke Tennis
1999 Elton Brand Duke Basketball Cindy Parlow North Carolina Soccer
2000 Joe Hamilton Georgia Tech Football Jen Adams Maryland Lacrosse
2001 Shane Battier Duke Basketball Jen Adams Maryland Lacrosse
2002 Juan Dixon Maryland Basketball Bea Bielik Wake Forest Tennis
2003 Chris Rotelli Virginia Lacrosse Alana Beard Duke Basketball
2004 Philip Rivers NC State Football Alana Beard Duke Basketball
2005 Sean May North Carolina Basketball Kelly Dostal Wake Forest Field Hockey
2006 JJ Redick Duke Basketball Paula Infante Maryland Field Hockey
* Between 1954 and 1989, Anthony J. McKelvin Award presented to best athlete, male or female.

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