By Trey McCurry.
With just one game remaining for ACC teams, TheClemsonInsider takes a look at how the ACC Tournament in Durham will look as of today. Here’s a quick look at how the ACC Tournament would be seeded as of Friday, May 20.
NC State 10, Boston College 0
Virginia Tech 7, #8 Georgia Tech 5
#15 Clemson 7, #4 Florida State 4
Duke 2, #15 Miami (FL) 0
#13 North Carolina 2, #1 Virginia 1
Wake Forest 15, Maryland 5
#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 has clinched the Coastal Division and #1 seed in the ACC Tournament.
- Florida State has clinched the Atlantic Division and the #2 seed in the ACC Tournament.
- Georgia Tech has clinched the #3 seed in the ACC Tournament.
- North Carolina and Miami (FL) are locked into the #4 and #5 seeds for the ACC Tournament. The Hurricanes trail the Tar Heels by a half game and would need a win over Duke on Saturday combined with a North Carolina loss to Virginia to move to the #4 seed.
- Clemson clinched the #6 seed with a win at Florida State on Friday.
- NC State could be either the #7 or #8 seed in the ACC Tournament. NC State will be the #7 seed with a win over Boston College on Saturday or if they have the same result on Saturday as Wake Forest. The Wolfpack will be the #8 seed with a loss to Boston College on Saturday AND a Wake Forest win over Maryland on Saturday.
- Wake Forest will be either the #7 or #8 seed in the ACC Tournament. The Demon Deacons will be the #7 seed with a win at Maryland Saturday AND an NC State loss to Boston College on Saturday. Otherwise, Wake Forest will be the #8 seed.
- Virginia Tech, Boston College, Duke, and Maryland have been eliminated from contention for the ACC Tournament.