Duke's Zion Williamson Named 2019 ACC Player of the Year

Zion Williamson was named the 2019 ACC Player of the Year on Monday. Who won the rest of the conference awards?
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Duke freshman Zion Williamson has been selected as the ACC's 2019 Player and Rookie of the Year, and Virginia coach Tony Bennett was picked as Coach of the Year.

The ACC on Monday announced its award-winners following a vote of 55 media members and the league's 15 head coaches.

Williamson received 49 votes for the overall award and 47 for the rookie award. Bennett had 30 votes to claim his fourth coaching award in 10 seasons with the Cavaliers.

Williamson and Barrett were joined on the first team by North Carolina's Cam Johnson and two players from Virginia: Kyle Guy and De'Andre Hunter, the league's defensive player of the year.

First Team

Zion Williamson, Duke
R.J. Barrett, Duke
De'Andre Hunter, Virginia
Cameron Johnson, North Carolina
Kyle Guy, Virginia

Second Team

Luke Maye, North Carolina
Ky Bowman, Boston College
Ty Jerome, Virginia
Coby White, North Carolina
Kerry Blackshear, Virginia Tech

Third Team

Jordan Nwora, Louisville
Marcquise Reed, Clemson
Tyus Battle, Syracuse
Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech
John Mooney, Notre Dame