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The Atlantic Coast Conference
Since softball became a league-sponsored sport in 1992, ACC teams have produced 54 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Americans. Two All-Americans—including Terrapin pitching coach Angela Tincher—were named national player of the year. Tincher was named USA Softball National Player of the Year and was a recipient of the Honda Award, presented by The Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards.
On the national stage, current ACC teams have made 54 appearances in NCAA championships, including 38 since 2000, and eight College World Series. In 2010, five teams earned berths in the NCAA Softball Championship. Additionally, at least four ACC teams have made appearances in the NCAA championship five times over the course of the last six seasons. Florida State has appeared in seven College World Series, including four as a member of the ACC and its last appearance in 2004, while Virginia Tech made its lone CWS appearance in 2008.