March 4, 2013
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida State placed seven players on the 2013 All-ACC Women's Soccer Academic Team as announced Friday, March 1 by the league office and ACC Commissioner John Swofford.
Kallman and Price are three-time honorees on the academic team, while Brockway, Fields, Jaurena, McCarty and Short all made the team for the second time in their careers.
All 11 schools that compete in women's soccer are represented on this year's All-ACC Academic Team, which includes six student-athletes that earned NSCAA All-America honors in 2012.
Seven members of the ACC All-Academic Team were named to either a 2012 Capital One Academic All-America Team or a NSCAA Scholar All-America Team. Kallman was named a second team Capital One Academic All-American in 2012 becoming just the second Seminole in program history to be named an Academic All-American. Kallman along with Short were both honored as second team Scholar All-Americans by the NSCAA.
Brockway, who was one of three Seminole student-athletes that recently received an ACC Postgraduate Scholarship, joined Kallman and Short on the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region team this past year.
Duke led all ACC institutions with eight selections, while Florida State followed with seven. Boston College, North Carolina, Virginia, Wake Forest each had four honorees apiece.
The Seminoles have placed at least seven players on the league's academic team the last three years. Florida State has honored 45 student-athletes on the ACC All-Academic Team since the awards inception in 2005.