All ACC Faces in the Crowd
Jack was named a third team All-ACC member last season. A pre-season Wooden Award candidate, Jack, a 6-3 junior from Fort Washington, Md., was the only player to start every game for Tech the last two seasons. The Jackets’ starting point guard led Tech in scoring during their NCAA Tournament run, including a career high 29-point performance against Kansas in the regional final in St. Louis.
He finished the season fourth in the ACC in assist average (5.61 per game) and fifth in steals (1.95 per game). He begins his senior year 10th in career assists and 12th in career steals at Tech.
A two-time, All-Atlantic Coast Conference player who enters his senior year with the fifth-best career stroke average in Tech history (72.20), Thompson has 10 career top-ten finishes and 18 top-twenties. He finished the summer tied for 10th among the nation’s amateur players in the Golfweek/Titleist Amateur rankings and was ranked No. 18 in the nation among collegiate players at the end of last spring according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index. Thompson has made the ACC Academic Honor Roll all three years at Tech, has been named third-team All-American and an All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Moster earned first team All-ACC honors in 2002 and 2003, as well as second team All-ACC honors as a defensive specialist in 2001. The two-time All-American outside hitter returns for her senior season after three phenomenal years.
Moster begins her final season ranked in the top 10 on the career kill list, career hitting percentage and career service ace list and is 12th on the career dig list. She was named to the All-ACC Freshman team in 2001, to the third team AVCA All-America following the 2003 season, and earned second team AVCA All-America honors in 2002, becoming the first player in Tech volleyball and ACC history to earn that distinction.