Radebaugh, Gill honored by ACC

April 28, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Virginia swept the Atlantic Coast Conference's postseason lacrosse awards this week with senior attackman Tucker Radebaugh (St. Paul's) named Player of the Year, freshman attackman Conor Gill (St. Paul's) honored as Freshman of the Year and Dom Starsia being voted Coach of the Year.

Radebaugh, a unanimous selection to the All-ACC team, leads the conference in scoring with 47 points and in goals scored with 29. He is second in assists with 18. Radebaugh is a two-time first-team All-ACC selection and was a 1999 preseason first-team All-America nominee.

Gill leads the conference in assists with 22 in 11 games. He has taken only 39 shots but is third on the team with 14 goals.

Starsia is a three-time Coach of the Year winner. He has directed the Cavaliers to two ACC titles in the past three years. Starsia has a 74-27 (.733) mark in seven years with the Cavaliers and is 175-73 (.709) as a head coach in 17 seasons.

Pub Date: 4/28/99

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