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Ramona But Named To All-ACC Tennis Team
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 04/18/2003

April 18, 2003

Freshman Ramona But (Timisoara, Romania) has been named to the 2003 women's tennis All-ACC team. The team was voted on by the league's nine coaches, and includes five players from North Carolina, four players each from Duke and Clemson, and one from Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Virginia and Wake Forest.

But began the season by winning seven matches in a row at No. 2 singles before moving up to Flight One. At No. 1, she went 6-7 the rest of the season, including 4-4 in the conference, to finish with a team-leading singles record of 13-7. Playing at the No. 1 position throughout the ACC portion of the Terps' schedule, But posted victories in matches against Virginia, North Carolina, NC State and Georgia Tech to finish the year ranked No. 85 in the nation.

In doubles play in 2003, But teamed up with senior Marta Jedrzejak (Sieradz, Poland) to play to a 6-2 overall and ACC record and a No. 46 national ranking.

THE 2003 ALL-ACC WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM
Daniela Alvarez, Clemson
Ramona But, Maryland
Kendall Cline, North Carolina
Julie Coin, Clemson
Anca Dumitrescu, Florida State
Katie Granson, Duke
Laurence Jayet, Clemson
Amanda Johnson, Duke
Alix Lacelarie, Clemson
Tanja Markovic, North Carolina
Kelly McCain, Duke
Marlene Mejia, North Carolina
Aniela Mojzis, North Carolina
Kate Pinchbeck, North Carolina
Elizabeth Proctor, Wake Forest
Julia Smith, Duke
Jen Tuchband, Virginia
Jaime Wong, Georgia Tech

Player of the Year
Kelly McCain, Duke

Rookie of the Year
Kelly Anderson, Georgia Tech

Coach of the Year
Jamie Ashworth, Duke



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