Brock and Spivey Earn All-ACC Recognition

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Forwards Hayley Brock and Ashley Spivey were recognized on All-ACC teams, as the league awards were announced by the Atlantic Coast Conference office on Thursday, November 7. Brock is a second-team honoree for the second year in a row, while Spivey was named to the All-ACC third team.

"These are well deserved honors for Hayley and Ashley," said Maryland head coach Jonathan Morgan. "They each turned in tremendous seasons this year, continued to improve throughout and played their best soccer against some of the top teams in the nation. While these awards are individual awards it really is a reflection on the team as a whole and the hard work that Hayley and Ashley’s teammates put in all season."

Brock, a native of Acton, Mass., earns her second conference honor after leading the Terrapins in points (29), goals (11) and shots (67) and is tied for third in assists (5). Despite missing two conference matches due to injury, Brock led the Terps with five goals ACC matches, including three game-winning goals.

Spivey, a native of Sparrows Point, Md., earns her first full All-ACC honor after being selected to the All-Freshman team last season. She finished the season second on the team in points (15), goals (6) and shots (37) despite missing the final two matches of the season due to injury. Spivey scored three of her six goals in conference play, including game-winning tallies at Clemson and Miami.

Maryland, which has a 10-10-0 overall record against one of the nation’s toughest schedules, will wait to see if it is selected to make its fifth-straight NCAA tournament appearance when the bracket is revealed at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 11. The selection show will be streamed live on

All-ACC First Team
Aubrey Bledsoe, GK, Sr., Wake Forest
Morgan Brian, Jr., M, Virginia
Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Jr., M, Florida State
Makenzy Doniak, So., F, Virginia
Crystal Dunn, Sr., M, North Carolina
Kassey Kallman, Sr., D, Florida State
Stephanie McCaffrey, Jr., F, Boston College
Kealia Ohai, Sr., F, North Carolina
Jazmine Reeves, Sr., F, Virginia Tech
Cari Roccaro, So., M, Notre Dame
Emily Sonnett, So., D, Virginia

All-ACC Second Team
Natasha Anasi, D, Sr., Duke
Morgan Andrews, Fr., M, Notre Dame
Hayley Brock, Sr., F, Maryland
Megan Campbell, Jr., D, Florida State
Danielle Colaprico, Jr., M, Virginia
Kristin Grubka, Jr., D, Florida State
McKenzie Meehan, So., F, Boston College
Ashley Meier, So., M, Virginia Tech
Riley Ridgik, Jr., M, Wake Forest
Katie Stengel, F, Sr., Wake Forest
Kelsey Wys, Sr., GK, Florida State

All-ACC Third Team
Jordan Coburn, So., D, Virginia Tech
Kim DeCesare, R-Sr., F, Duke
Ashley Flinn, Jr., F, Miami
Summer Green, So, F, North Carolina
Mandy Laddish, Sr., M, Notre Dame
Vanessa Laxgang, Sr. M, Clemson
Molly Menchel, Sr., D, Virginia
Casey Morrison, Jr., D, Boston College
Kailen Sheridan, Fr., GK, Clemson
Ashley Spivey, So., F, Maryland
Jackie Stengel, Fr., Fr., NC State

ACC All-Freshman Team
Morgan Andrews, Fr., M, Notre Dame
Hayley Dowd, Fr., F, Boston College
Nickolette Driesse, Fr., M, Florida State
Christina Gibbons, Fr., D, Duke
Amber Munerlyn, Fr., F, North Carolina
Toni Payne, Fr., M, Duke
Kailen Sheridan, Fr., GK, Clemson
Morgan Stearns, Fr., GK, Virginia
Jackie Stengel, Fr., F, NC State
Sarah Teegarden, Fr., M, Wake Forest
Murielle Tiernan, Fr., F, Virginia Tech

Offensive Player of the Year: Crystal Dunn, Sr., M, North Carolina
Defensive Player of the Year: Kassey Kallman, D, Sr., Florida State
Freshman of the Year: Morgan Andrews, Fr., M, Notre Dame
Coach of the Year: Steve Swanson, Virginia