The ACC went 10-4 on opening day against non conference opponents. (Duke is still in progress and Notre Dame played a double-header) All of the top 25 nationally ranked teams in the ACC secured victories, the only team ranked in the top 30 to lose in the ACC was Clemson (27).
The Atlantic Coast Conference has proven its dominance in the world of collegiate baseball, placing teams in the top 25 annually and sending teams to the College World Series nearly every year. This season is no different; in 2015 the ACC has the second most amount of top 25 teams according to NCBWA with five, trailing only the Southeastern Conference, which has seven teams, ranked in the top 25. Continue reading ACC Preview: February 13-17
We have gone through previous season stats, MLB draft potential, a players individual tools and overall ability to come up with the preseason top twenty-one players in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The school with the most players on the list with (4) is The University of Virginia, which is not a surprise. Following the Cavaliers up with the second most players on our list is The University of Miami with (3) and then Louisville, North Carolina, Florida State and Clemson are tied with (2) players each. Five teams combined to have (1) player on the list and those five teams are Duke, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, N.C. State and Virginia Tech. Continue reading College Baseball Daily 2015 Preseason Top ACC Players by Position
With the start of college baseball season less than a month away, oere at College Baseball Daily we’re previewing each team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. We will earlier started with the Atlantic Division and now the Coastal Division.
Preseason ACC Coastal Division Predictions
- North Carolina
- Miami, FL
- Georgia Tech
- Virginia Tech
The Virginia baseball team has been picked as the 2015 ACC favorite for the second straight year by the leagues 14 Head Coaches. As well as being picked number 1 in the ACC, Virginia was ranked number 2 nationally by Perfect Game for the upcoming 2015 season. Continue reading 2015 ACC Coastal Division Preview
With the start of college baseball season less than a month away, here at College Baseball Daily we’re previewing each team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. We will start with the Atlantic Division and then move to the Coastal Division.
The University of Virginia, preseason ranked nationally at number 2, has been selected as the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball preseason favorite by the leagues 14 head coaches. Virginia, for the second year in a row has been slated as the team to beat in the ACC with 10 first-place votes followed by Florida State with 4 first-place votes. In a conference that hosts 5 of the top 25 teams in the nation one thing is for sure and that is competitive baseball in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Continue reading 2015 ACC Atlantic Division Preview
The Cavaliers were named by 10 coaches as the team to beat for the second straight year, while Florida State received four first place votes. Continue reading 2015 ACC Preseason Coaches Poll
Florida State quarterback and relief pitcher Jamesis Winston has decided to leave FSU to prepare for the NFL Draft. This is a reversal of his statements last week that he was planning on playing the 2015 baseball season for the Seminoles. Continue reading Jameis Winston set to leave Florida State
The Boston College baseball team released the 2015 schedule on Tuesday. The 55-game slate features 10 teams that were in the 2014 NCAA Tournament and 23 home games, including the final six of the regular season.
Continue reading Boston College releases 2015 Schedule