The 12-man team that was compiled by a vote of the 11 ACC Coaches, was announced on Monday.
This marks the 11th consecutive year that Clemson has had at
least two selections on the first-team. It is the first time Duncan
and Poole have been named to the team. Both golfers will graduate on
May 12 before starting play in the NCAA Tournament on May 18.
Duncan, a senior from Greenville, SC, is ranked 17th in the
nation in the latest Sagarin rankings. He has the top stroke average
on the Clemson team with a 72.81 figure. Clemson's most consistent
golfer has three top 10 finishes and eight top 20s in his nine events
so far this year. His top finish was a third-place at the ACC
tournament April 21-23 when he shot a career best eight-under par
208. He also finished ninth at Bulls Bay (March 26-28) and was
seventh at Las Vegas (March 10-12).
Poole is second among Clemson golfers in stroke average with
a 73.10 figure for his 10 events He leads the team in under-par
rounds with 11 and has a #43 national ranking according to the
Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. The native of Spartanburg, SC won the
United States Collegiate at the Golf Club of Georgia April 10-11 with
a five-under-par 211 score. He has five top 20 finishes this season,
including three in a row entering the NCAA Tournament next week.
Duncan and Poole give Clemson 33 different players who have
earned All-ACC honors over the years. They are the 24th and 25th
players under Larry Penley to be selected to the team since Penley
became the head coach in the fall of 1983. Clemson has now had 53
All-ACC selections in the Penley era.
Duncan, Poole Named All-ACC
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