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2018 ACC Tournament: Three Virginia players named to All-Tournament teams

UVA places three players across the two teams, matched with UNC.

NCAA Basketball: ACC Conference Tournament Championship-Virginia vs North Carolina Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Shortly after the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers took down No. 12 North Carolina to win the school’s third ACC title in program history, the Hoos picked up a couple more accolades. Kyle Guy was named the 2018 New York Life ACC Tournament MVP and to the All-Tournament First Team, joined by teammate Devon Hall. Ty Jerome was named to the All-Tournament Second Team.

Guy led the Hoos in scoring in all three games in the tournament, scoring a combined 50 points on 20-for-41 shooting from the field (49%) and 9-for-17 from three (53%). Hall added 39 points, scoring at least 10 points in each game and going 9-for-10 from the free throw line.

Jerome had a quiet scoring day in the finals with 12 points on 4-for-14 shooting, but finished with six assists and one turnover. For the tournament, Jerome had 20 assists and three turnovers and scored a combined 29 points.

North Carolina put three players on the All-Tournament teams with Duke, Notre Dame, Clemson, and Boston College having one apiece.

The full teams are below:

First Team

Kyle Guy, Virginia (MVP)

Theo Pinson, North Carolina

Luke Maye, North Carolina

Devon Hall, Virginia

Marvin Bagley, Duke

Second Team

Ty Jerome, Virginia

Joel Berry, North Carolina

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

Shelton Mitchell, Clemson

Ky Bowman, Boston College