Two members of the Clemson men's basketball team were named to the 2003-04 ACC All-Academic team, as announced by the conference office. Akin Akingbala and Shawan Robinson are joined by 12 other Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball players on this year's edition of the team. The selected student-athletes were required to have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
This is Robinson's second consecutive Academic All-ACC honor, and is only the eighth Tiger basketball player to make the team twice. The
junior from Raleigh, NC, completed his sophomore season as the Tigers' second-leading scorer, averaging 10.8 points per game. He ranks sixth in Clemson history in three-point field goal percentage, having made 71-174 three-point attempts for a .408 percentage. Robinson, an elementary education major was selected to the team after posting a 3.10 for the 2003-04 academic year.
Akingbala returns for his junior season after averaging 4.8 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game in 2003-04. He also led the team
in field goal percentage, making 57-94 shots for a .606 figure. The native of Lagos, Nigeria, recorded a 3.0 GPA for the 2003-04 academic
year and is majoring in business.
2003-04 ACC Men's Basketball All-Academic Team
Akin Akingbala, Clemson
Engin Atsur, NC State
Todd Billet, Virginia
Chris Duhon, Duke
Ilian Evtimov, NC State
Nick Horvath, Duke
Marvin Lewis, Georgia Tech
Majestic Mapp, Virginia
Chris Paul, Wake Forest
Shawan Robinson, Clemson
Byron Sanders, North Carolina
Kyle Visser, Wake Forest
Von Wafer, Florida State
Andrew Wilson, Florida State
Two Tigers Named to ACC All-Academic Team
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