May 20-24 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park (Durham, N.C.)
DIVISION A – No. 1 Florida State, No. 4 Georgia Tech, No. 5 Miami, No. 8 Boston College
DIVISION B – No. 2 North Carolina, No. 3 Clemson, No. 6 Virginia, No. 7 Duke
Wednesday's games Noon – GT (34-15-1, 17-10-1) vs. Miami (35-18, 18-12) 4 p.m. – FSU (40-14, 19-9) vs. BC (31-23, 13-15) 8 p.m. – UNC (41-14, 19-10) vs. Duke (34-22, 15-15) Thursday's games Noon – Georgia Tech vs. Boston College 4 p.m. – Florida State vs. Miami 8 p.m. – Clemson (39-17, 19-11) vs. Virginia (39-12-1, 16-11-1) Friday's games Noon – Miami vs. Boston College 4 p.m. – Clemson vs. Duke 8 p.m. – North Carolina vs. Virginia Saturday's games Noon – Florida State vs. Georgia Tech 4 p.m. – North Carolina vs. Clemson 8 p.m. – Virginia vs. Duke Sunday's game 1 p.m. -- Championship Game
Under the pool-play format, each team will play one game against each of the other three opponents in its division Wednesday-Saturday (May 20-23). The two teams with the best records within their respective division brackets will advance to the title game on Sunday, May 24, with the winner earning the ACC's automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament.
All 13 games of this year's 36th annual ACC Baseball Championship will be televised for the third straight year with RSN, a regional network that includes Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, FOX Sports Net South, FOX Sports Florida and New England Sports Network, providing coverage. Selected other games will be available via Sun Sports and SportsSouth. Check local listings for more details.
In addition, ISP Sports will be the national radio carrier of this year's league tournament via XM radio and ISP's national network of affiliates. Live stats will also be available at the ACC Baseball Championship site.