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Syracuse women’s basketball’s Priscilla Williams Named ACC Freshman of the Week

The freshman shot 9-for-9 from the floor and 6-for-6 from three in the Orange’s 35-point win over Miami

NCAA Womens Basketball: Miami-Florida at Syracuse Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

After a stellar performance on Sunday, Syracuse Orange women’s basketball player Priscilla Williams has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Week.

Williams went 9-9 from the field (6-6 from three) to lead all scorers with a career-high of 26 points in Sunday’s win over Miami.

Williams is the second player in school history to shoot 100 percent from three (Julie McBride, 2002-03). She is also the only player in the conference with a perfect mark from three with at least five attempts in a game.

The freshman currently leads the ACC and ranks ninth in the nation in three-point field goal percentage, sinking 17 of her 34 attempts (.500).

The last time an Orange player won conference Freshman of the Week was Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi in December 2018.

The Orange will play three games over the next seven days. First up, Syracuse will host North Carolina at 12 p.m. EST on Tuesday (ACC Network). The Tar Heels handed the Orange their only loss of the season, 92-68, on Dec. 17.