Singler, a sophomore from Medford, Ore., was named All-ACC for the second straight season. He was named to the second team this year after receiving third team honors a year ago. He becomes the 32nd player in school history to be named to the All-ACC team twice. Singler is averaging 16.5 points and 7.7 rebounds per game to go along with 80 assists, 27 blocks and 49 steals. In conference play, he averaged 16.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game.
Overall Duke has had 121 All-ACC selections since the inception of the league. The Blue Devils have had two or more picks in 39 seasons, including 22 seasons under Coach K.
Henderson also received honorable mention for the All-ACC Defensive team. Henderson not only recorded 25 blocks and 43 steals but led the team with 17 drawn charges on the year. The Blue Devils will face the winner of the ACC Tournament first round game between Boston College and Virginia Friday night at 9:30 p.m.