Duke's Monique Currie was the only unanimous pick to the Associated Press All-ACC First Team, which was released Tuesday.
The five-member first team featured a player from five of the conference's members. Joining Currie on the first team are Miami's Tamara James, UNC's Ivory Latta, Maryland's Shay Doron and Florida State's Roneeka Hodges.
The All-ACC first, second and third teams were voted on by 74 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association (ASCWA).
Currie's first-team selection marked the seventh straight year Duke has registered at least one player on the first team, which is the longest current streak in the league.
Currie, a 6-foot wing, is averaging 17.6 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.2 steals. She is the only player in the ACC to rank in the top 15 in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals.
A complete look at the honorees (with first-team votes and total points):
Monique Currie, Duke (74*), 222
Tamara James, Miami (59), 202
Ivory Latta, North Carolina (55), 195
Shay Doron, Maryland (39), 179
Roneeka Hodges, Florida State (42), 177
* Denotes unanimous first-team selection
Crystal Langhorne, Maryland (43), 172
Erlana Larkins, North Carolina (14), 133
LaTonya Blue, Virginia (8), 94
Liz Strunk, Wake Forest (1), 77
Tiffany Stansbury, NC State (4), 76
Mistie Williams, Duke (4), 73
Cotelia Bond-Young. Wake Forest (2), 68
Billie McDowell, NC State (7), 60
Camille Little, North Carolina (7), 59
Jessica Foley, Duke (2), 53