Boston College junior guard Reggie Jackson was named first-team All-ACC, while senior forward Joe Trapani earned third-team honors, the league announced Monday.
Jackson is the fourth Eagle to earn first-team accolades in the ACC, joining past BC stars Craig Smith, Jared Dudley and Tyrese Rice. A native of Colorado Springs, Colo., Jackson has averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 assists, and 4.3 rebounds per game in his junior season. Joining Jackson on the first team were Duke's Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler, Maryland's Jordan Williams and Virginia Tech's Malcolm Delaney.
The All-ACC second team was Tyler Zeller, John Henson and Harrison Barnes (North Carolina), Iman Shumpert (Georgia Tech) and Jeff Allen (Virginia Tech).
Along with Trapani, the third team consisted of Florida State's Chris Singleton, Clemson's Demontez Stitt, Miami's Malcolm Grant and North Carolina's Kendall Marshall.
FORT MYERS, Fla. – John Lackey spoke to the media following his start vs. the Orioles on Monday. Lackey was in command in his second start of spring training, allowing just a single hit and no runs in his four innings of work against a split-squad Orioles group.
"I was happy with fastball location today," said Lackey, who gave up four hits and a run in two innings vs. the Braves in his first start of the spring March 2. "My rotation on my four-seam fastball was nice, nice and true. I still haven't started throwing my cutter yet, but I'll probably be ready to do that next start. So it was a good step forward."
Lackey needed only 39 pitches in his four innings. The Sox were expecting Lackey to throw somewhere in the 55-pitch range, so the right-hander threw an extra 16 pitches in the bullpen following the start.
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FORT MYERS, Fla. – John Lackey needed just 39 pitches in his four innings of work for the Red Sox in his start vs. the Orioles at City of Palms Park on Monday, a game won by the Sox by a 6-5 final.
Lackey allowed a leadoff single in the first inning to Matt Angle before retiring the final 12 batters he faced. He did not walk or strike out a batter in his four innings.
Dan Wheeler struggled in relief of Lackey, allowing a pair of runs in an inning.
The Sox offense got going quickly in the first inning, scoring three runs, two coming on a J.D. Drew single off of Chris Tillman. Carl Crawford -- who stole his first base and knocked in his first run of the spring in the win Monday -- and Kevin Youkilis scored on the Drew single.
The Sox would lose that early three-run lead, but would later rally to tie the game in the eighth inning and later win it in the ninth on a...
The NBA announced that Paul Pierce was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week after averaging almost 22 points and eight rebounds, while helping the Celtics go 4-0 during that stretch. Pierce had a double-double against Phoenix, 27 points against Golden State and 23 against the Bucks on Sunday night. He shot 59 percent during that stretch. This is the second player of the week nod for Pierce this season. Russell Westbrook is the Western Conference Player of the Week.
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WILMINGTON -- Bruins coach Claude Julien said that Mark Recchi missed Monday's practice with personal reasons, but that the veteran forward will travel with the team to Montreal for Tuesday's game against the Canadiens. Defensemen Steven Kampfer and Andrew Ference will not travel with the B's. Kampfer, out with a concussion, is still dealing with headaches as he looks to get back on the ice.
"It's the occasional headache that still bothers you, and that's about it," Kampfer said Monday. "It's frustrating. They'll go away for a couple of hours and then they'll come back. It's getting better as time goes on."
Ference has been dealing with a lower body injury and was expected to begin skating by Monday, but he remained absent from practice.
"We had predicted [that he would begin skating] yesterday or maybe today, but [he's] not quite there yet, but it really is...
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