Virginia sophomore guard Faith Randolph has been voted the top sixth player in the ACC by the league's head coaches.
The award was announced Wednesday morning, a few hours prior to the Cavaliers' first round match-up with Boston College in the conference tournament.
Randolph finished the regular season second on UVa in scoring, averaging 12.4 points per game. That average led all non-starters in the ACC this season.
Randolph averaged 23.4 minutes per game this season, good for fifth on the Cavaliers despite only starting four games. Her 42 steals were the third-highest total on the team, while her 43 assists were fourth on the team.
The ACC began selecting a Sixth Player of the Year in 2008. Randolph joins Ariana Moorer (2011) as Cavaliers to win the award, making UVa the first school in the conference with multiple winners.