No. 2 Notre Dame places 3 on all-ACC women's 1st team

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) No. 2 Notre Dame placed three players on the all-Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball team.

The ACC announced its all-conference teams Tuesday, one day before the league tournament begins.

Madison Cable, Lindsay Allen and Brianna Turner of the top-seeded Fighting Irish (28-1) were picked to the 10-player first team by a panel of media members and school representatives.

They were joined by Myisha Hines-Allen and Mariya Moore of Louisville plus Duke's Azura Stevens, Florida State's Shakayla Thomas, Georgia Tech's Aaliyah Whiteside, Miami's Adrienne Motley and Syracuse's Alexis Peterson.

Whiteside leads the conference in scoring at 19.4 points per game while Stevens averages a league-best 9.4 rebounds.

The ACC will announce its individual award winners Wednesday.

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