Help me pick the All-ACC women’s team

Best Seat in the House column by Chris Graham

accseal12.jpgI have a vote on who gets named to the All-ACC teams.
Wanna help me fill out my ballots?
We have to do the women’s ballots first. That one’s due Sunday night at 9.
I have to tell you up front – I’m leaning toward having three in-state kids on my first team there, Brittany Cook from Virginia Tech (17.9 points per game) and Monica Wright from UVa. (17.4 ppg), the #1 and #2 leading scorers in the league, respectively, and Maryland point guard (and Harrisonburg native) Kristi Toliver, who’s third in the conference in scoring (17.3 ppg) and tops in assists (7.7 assists per game).

After that, well …
I like Crystal Langhorne from Maryland (16.3 ppg, 9.2 rebounds per game, 64.2 percent field-goal percentage). And Khadijah Whittington from N.C. State (17.2 ppg, 11.3 rpg).
That could be my five right there. Unless you persuade me to see somebody else.

Let me know what you think. Comment on this story, or send me an e-mail at
And remember, we’re on deadline here.
I’ll put the ballot for the men up for consideration in a column on Monday.


Chris Graham is the executive editor of The SportsDominion.

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