June 25, 2018
By Michael Scholl
NOTRE DAME, Indiana — Allison Miller, Cameron Corse and Zoe Spence have been named to the 2018 All-ACC Academic Women’s Tennis team. The trio is among 32 women’s tennis student-athletes recognized by the league Monday. Notre Dame’s three honorees were tied for second-most among any of the 15 programs in the conference.
Miller capped her Irish career in 2017-18, graduating in May. She was a third-team All-ACC selection as a senior after capturing 12 singles victories. In addition, she went 8-5 at two doubles while earning four more victories at the top of the doubles lineup. Miller received her degree from the College of Science as a neuroscience and behavior major.
Spence became the anchor of the Irish lineup during her sophomore campaign, going 15-8 in singles competition with a seven-match winning streak in February and March. Spence and Corse were paired together most of the season at doubles, winning eight matches including a pair of wins at the top of the lineup. The Chicago native is enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science major.
Corse was assembling a stellar rookie campaign before missing the final month of the season due to injury. She was 4-3 at four singles, 3-5 at three and 2-2 at the number two spot after opening the season by winning nine of her first 11 singles matches. Corse was enrolled in Notre Dame’s prestigious First Year of Studies program.
Notre Dame now totals 10 All-ACC Academic Team selections since joining the league in 2014. The three selections in one season also sets a program record.
Notre Dame All-ACC Academic Team Selections
- Quinn Gleason (2014)
- Jennifer Kellner (2014)
- Julie Vrabel (2015)
- Quinn Gleason (2016)
- Brooke Broda (2016)
- Brooke Broda (2017)
- Monica Robinson (2017)
- Cameron Corse (2018)
- Allison Miller (2018)
- Zoe Spence (2018)
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Michael Scholl has been a member of the Fighting Irish Media communications staff at his alma mater since August 2016. He serves as the secondary contact for the Irish football and hockey teams while coordinating communications efforts for the women’s tennis program. Scholl has previously worked in communications at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Providence College, Vanderbilt University and the University of Cincinnati. The South Bend, Indiana, native earned a degree in political science from the College of Arts and Letters in 2009.