Virginia senior offensive guard Austin Pasztor earned second team All America honors from the Associated Press on Wednesday. Pasztor was one of three Cavaliers who gained first team all-ACC recognition this season.

Pasztor anchored an offensive line that helped Virginia rank No. 4 in the ACC in rushing offense this fall, averaging 165.3 rushing yards per game. The Cavaliers rushed for 1,984 yards this year, the most by a Virginia squad since 2004.  

Pasztor did not allow a sack and was responsible for two quarterback hurries in 781 offensive plays this season. He has started 44 straight games for the Cavaliers.

Pasztor is the first Virginia player to earn Associated Press all-America honors since offensive tackle Eugene Monroe earned second team recognition in 2008.