Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin was named to the all-ACC second team Monday after leading the conference in scoring.
Stoglin, who collected the seventh-most points in the voting, averaged 21.7 points. He is only the fifth scoring leader in the conference’s 59-year history to not earn first-team all-league honors. The others were Clemson’s Butch Zatezalo (1968 and 1969), Georgia Tech’s Mark Price (1983) and Clemson’s Terrell McIntyre (1999).
In all five instances of a leading scorer being omitted from the first team, his team lost at least 10 conference games. Maryland went 6-10 in the ACC and 16-14 overall.
Meanwhile, guard Nick Faust was named to the all-freshman team. Faust averaged 8.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists while playing in all 30 games for the Terrapins, starting 19.
—- Patrick Stevens