** 2019-20 ACC Basketball**

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Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-Americans; Big East gets two on first team
The college basketball season came to an emphatic, dramatic end with the cancellation of the NCAA tournament. For a handful of players, earning a postseason honor offers a glimmer of happiness amid the uncertainty.

AP All-American
First Team
Obi Toppin, Dayton
Luka Garza, Iowa
Markus Howard, Marquette
Myles Powell, Seton Hall
Payton Pritchard, Oregon



The ACC
Second Team
Vernon Carey Jr., Duke
Third Team
Jordan Nwora, Louisville
Tre Jones, Duke
 

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Women
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu named to All-America 1st team for 3rd time
The Oregon senior shattered the NCAA career triple-double mark and became the first player in college history to have 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 1,000 assists.


AP All-American
First Team
Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon
Rhyne Howard, Kentucky
Ruthy Hebard , Oregon
Lauren Cox, Baylor, 6-4
Megan Walker, UConn, 6-1

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The ACC
Second Team
Dana Evans, Louisville
Third Team
Elissa Cunane, North Carolina State
Honorable mention
Haley Gorecki, Duke
Beatrice Mompremier, Miami
 

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North Carolina's Cole Anthony delaying draft announcement
The five-star recruit averaged 18.5 points and four assists despite missing a significant chunk of the season following knee surgery. But his production couldn't save the Tar Heels from their first losing season under Roy Williams. The team finished 14-19.

Columbia graduate transfer Patrick Tape commits to Duke
Tape, a 6-foot-10 Charlotte native averaged 11.3 points and 5.9 rebounds in the 2018-19 season. He's ranked in the top 10 of ESPN's graduate transfer rankings.

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Louisville's Jordan Nwora enters NBA draft after All-America season
He returned to the Cardinals and was named Atlantic Coast Conference preseason player of the year before going on to average 18 points and 7.7 rebounds per game while shooting 44% from the field. The 6-foot-7 Nwora was named to the AP's All-ACC first team.

NC State signee Josh Hall will test NBA draft process but maintain college eligibility
Hall, a 6-foot-9 forward, is ranked 36th nationally by 247sports and 22nd by Rivals. If Hall opted to stay in the draft, it would mark the second straight year a key recruit opted to bypass playing for the Wolfpack in favor of staying in the draft.

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