May 23, 1999
DURHAM, N.C. (AP)- Atlantic Coast Conference
home run and RBI leader Marshall McDougall was one
of four Florida State players named to the 1999
all-conference first team Saturday.
Joining McDougall, who came into the ACC
tournament this week with 23 homers and 89 runs
batted in, were outfielder Matt Diaz, starting pitcher
Nick Stocks and reliever Chris Chavez.
McDougall made NCAA history on May 9 with his
six-homer, 16 RBI game at Maryland. Meanwhile,
Stocks was 10-1 prior to this week, while Diaz was
third in RBI with 76.
The team is selected by the league’s nine head
Wake Forest, the defending ACC champions, placed
three players on the first team, including first baseman
Jon Palmieri, designated hitter Danny Borrell and
starting pitcher Mike MacDougall.
Palmieri became only the second player in ACC
history to post consecutive 100-hit seasons.
The rest of the first team included catcher Dan Moylan
of North Carolina, third baseman Mark Teixeria of
Georgia Tech, shortstop Vaughn Schill of Duke and
outfielders Patrick Boyd of Clemson and Tyrell Godwin
of North Carolina.
Chuck Crowder of Georgia Tech was the third starting
pitcher named, while Matt Postell of N.C. State was
named as a utility player.