April 28, 2000 - by
FSU’s Kia Asberg And Alida Gallovits Named To All-ACC Women’s Tennis Team

April 28, 2000


GREENSBORO, N.C. — While the Florida State women’s tennis team
awaits word on where they will play in the NCAA Tournament, two Lady
Seminoles were selected to the All-ACC team on Friday. FSU’s Kia Asberg
and Alida Gallovits were named to the all-conference team voted on by the
nine ACC head coaches.

Asberg has led the Lady Seminoles in wins this year with 28 and the
senior posted a 6-2 record in conference play. Asberg was named to last
year’s All-ACC team as well when she finished the 1998-99 season with 30
wins and just eight losses. Gallovits, also earned her second consecutive
selection to the All-ACC squad after a 16-12 season highlighted with wins
over three top-ranked players. Gallovits is currently ranked 44th in the
country by the ITA.

The ACC Champion Duke Blue Devils and the regular-season Champion
Wake Forest Demon Deacons each registered three players on the 2000
Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Tennis Team. It was the second straight
year Florida State had two players selected for the team.


THE 2000 ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM


Kia Asberg      Florida State
Janet Bergman Wake Forest
Bea Bielik Wake Forest
Erica Biro Duke
Delila Causevic Maryland
Adria Engel Wake Forest
Alida Gallovits Florida State
Carmina Giraldo Clemson
Jessica Johnson Maryland
Marlene Mejia North Carolina
Megan Miller Duke
Kathy Sell Duke
Jaime Wong Georgia Tech



PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Adria Engel, Wake Forest



ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Adria Engel, Wake Forest



COACH OF THE YEAR

Brian Fleishman, Wake Forest


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