ACC Tournament Projections

ACC Tournament Projections


ACC Tournament Projections


By Trey McCurry.

With just two games left for ACC teams takes a look at seeding projections.  Here’s a quick look at how the ACC Tournament would be seeded as of Thursday, May 19. 

Seed Team ACC Pct. Overall
1 Virginia 22-6 .786 45-7
2 Florida State 19-9 .679 40-13
3 Georgia Tech 21-7 .750 38-16
4 Miami (FL) 18-9 .667 33-19
5 North Carolina 18-10 .643 42-12
6 Clemson 15-13 .536 37-17
7 NC State 13-15 .464 31-23
8 Wake Forest 13-15 .464 23-28
9 Virginia Tech 10-18 .357 29-24
10 Boston College 7-20 .259 17-31
11 Duke 6-22 .214 25-29
12 Maryland 5-23 .179 21-33

 Thursday Results:

NC State 9, Boston College 4

#8 Georgia Tech 11, Virginia Tech 4

#4 Florida State 8, #15 Clemson 6

#13 North Carolina 6, #1 Virginia 0

#15 Miami (FL) 4, Duke 1

Wake Forest 6, Maryland 2 (11 innings)

Friday’s Games:

NC State @ Boston College                            1:30PM

#8 Georgia Tech @ Virginia Tech          5:30PM

#15 Clemson @ #4 Florida State          6:00PM

#1 Virginia @ #13 North Carolina                  7:00PM

Duke @ #15 Miami (FL)                        7:00PM

Wake Forest @ Maryland                      7:00PM

Saturday’s Games:

#1 Virginia @ #13 North Carolina                  1:00PM

#15 Clemson @ #4 Florida State          1:00PM

Duke @ #15 Miami (FL)                        1:00PM

NC State @ Boston College                            1:00PM       

Wake Forest @ Maryland                      1:00PM

#8 Georgia Tech @ Virginia Tech          2:00PM

Seeding scenarios (assuming all games are played):

  • Virginia needs one win or a Georgia Tech loss to clinch the Coastal Division and #1 seed in the ACC Tournament.
  • With its win over Clemson Thursday, Florida State clinches the Atlantic Division and the #2 seed in the ACC Tournament.
  • Georgia Tech needs a sweep of Virginia Tech and a North Carolina sweep of Virginia to win the Coastal Division (and the #1 seed); otherwise the Yellow Jackets will be the #3 seed in the ACC Tournament.
  • Miami (FL) and North Carolina are locked into the #4 and #5 seeds for the ACC Tournament. The Tar Heels trail the Hurricanes by a half game and therefore would need to do one game better than Miami (FL) in the last two games to move into the #4 seed.
  • Clemson is locked into either the #6 or #7 seed in the ACC Tournament. The Tigers need only a win or a NC State loss to clinch the #6 seed.
  • NC State could be either the #6, #7, or #8 seed in the ACC Tournament. The Wolfpack would be the #6 seed with a sweep of Boston College and a Florida State sweep of Clemson. NC State will be the #7 seed unless they lose one more game than Wake Forest in the final two games, in which case the Wolfpack will be the #8 seed.
  • Wake Forest will be either the #7 or #8 seed in the ACC Tournament. If the Demon Deacons can win one more game than NC State in the final two games, they will be the #7 seed. Otherwise, Wake Forest will be the #8 seed.
  • Virginia Tech, Boston College, Duke, and Maryland have been eliminated from contention for the ACC Tournament.



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