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Wong, Miller Collect ACC All-Tournament Recognition

Wong, Miller Collect ACC All-Tournament Recognition

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – For the fourth time in program history, multiple University of Miami men’s basketball players picked up ACC All-Tournament honors, as announced late Saturday night.

Fourth-year junior guard Isaiah Wong claimed ACC All-Tournament First Team designation and fifth-year senior guard Jordan Miller earned ACC All-Tournament Second Team accolades.

The only prior times more than one Hurricane made the cut were in 2010 (Durand Scott on first team and Reggie Johnson on second team), 2013 (Shane Larkin [MVP] and Scott on first team, plus Trey McKinney Jones on second team) and 2021 (Wong and Kameron McGusty on second team).

In addition, Wong is just the fourth Hurricane—fifth occurrence—to register first team plaudits, alongside Scott (2010 and 2013), Larkin (2013) and McGusty (2022). Wong also joins Scott and McGusty as the only multiple-time ACC All-Tournament picks at Miami.

Behind the play of Wong and Miller, top-seeded Miami advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals for the fifth time in program history. The Hurricanes, ranked No. 14/13, first defeated ninth-seeded Wake Forest, 74-72, in the quarterfinals. They then fell, 85-78, to fourth-seeded and No. 21-ranked Duke, the eventual champion, in a tight contest despite losing Third Team All-ACC honoree Norchad Omier, a third-year sophomore forward, to injury after just 66 seconds.

Wong put up a team-leading 19.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and a co-team-high 1.5 steals per contests for Miami. The ACC Player of the Year shot 60.0 percent (15-of-25) from the field and made all six of his free-throw attempts.

The Piscataway, N.J., native tied for fourth among all players in the ACC Tournament in field-goal percentage, placed fifth in scoring and tied for No. 14 in steals per game.

Miller averaged 17.5 points, a team-best 8.0 rebounds, a team-high 4.0 assists and a co-team-leading 1.5 steals per game in the Hurricanes’ two outings. The Middleburg, Va., native shot 55.2 percent (16-of-29) from the floor and 42.9 percent (3-of-7) from 3-point range in a team-best 39.1 minutes per outings.

A native of Middleburg, Va., Miller ranked fourth in minutes average, tied for fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (4.0), tied for sixth in offensive rebounding (3.0) and tied for ninth in total rebounding among all ACC Tournament competitors, as well placed No. 11 in scoring, No. 11 in field-goal percentage, co-No. 12 in assists per game and co-No. 14 in steals per game.

Wong, Miller and their Miami teammates now await their matchup for the NCAA Tournament, which will be announced Sunday at 6 p.m., live on CBS.

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All-Tournament Team

First Team
Kyle Filipowski, Duke (MVP)
Isaiah Wong, Miami
Jayden Gardner, Virginia
Terquavion Smith, NC State
Jeremy Roach, Duke

Second Team
Jordan Miller, Miami
Aarman Franklin, Virginia
Reece Beekman, Virginia
RJ Davis, North Carolina
Dereck Lively II, Duke