Here is your ACC Recap for April 17th
Game 1: #2 Virginia 3 Duke 2 (11 innings)
Game 2: #2 Virginia 18 Duke 4
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team swept a doubleheader with Duke Sunday at Davenport Field, winning a 3-2, 11-inning nailbiter in the opener before rolling to an 18-4 victory in the nightcap. In earning its sixth straight ACC series win and fourth conference weekend sweep, Virginia improved to 36-3 overall and 16-2 in the ACC, while Duke fell to 20-19, 4-14 in the conference. Continue reading
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Here is your ACC Recap for April 16th.
NC State 8 #6 North Carolina 7
RALEIGH, N.C. — Brett Williams and Cameron Conner drove in runs in the seventh and eighth innings Saturday, and NC State took advantage of three North Carolina errors to defeat the fifth-ranked Tar Heels 8-7 in the second game of a three-game Atlantic Coast Conference series at Doak Field at Dail Park. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 15th.
#2 Virginia 10 Duke 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Danny Hultzen (Jr., Bethesda, Md.) became Virginia’s all-time wins leader as the top-ranked Cavaliers blanked Duke, 10-0, Friday evening in front of 3,550 fans at Davenport Field. Virginia (34-3, 14-2 ACC) recorded its 11th shutout of the season, tying the Atlantic Coast Conference single-season record, previously set by the 1977 Clemson and 2005 Virginia teams. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 13th.
#2 Virginia 8 Coastal Carolina 7
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Steven Proscia (Jr., Suffern, N.Y.) singled in John Barr (Sr., Ivyland, Pa.) with two outs in the ninth inning to complete a three-run ninth inning rally and lead the top-ranked Virginia baseball team to an 8-7 win over Coastal Carolina Wednesday night at Davenport Field. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 12th.
#2 Virginia 4 Georgetown 0 (5 innings)
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The top-ranked Virginia baseball team earned a rain-shortened 4-0 win over Georgetown Tuesday evening at Davenport Field. The teams played five innings in one hour, 11 minutes before heavy rain and lightning forced the game to be stopped. The game then was called after a 47-minute delay. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 10th.
#14 Georgia Tech 10 #2 Virginia 8
ATLANTA – Junior Jake Davies was 4-for-4 with three RBI, and sophomore pitcher Buck Farmer won his sixth-straight game as the eighth-ranked Georgia Tech baseball team defeated No. 1 Virginia, 10-8, in the series finale on Sunday afternoon at Russ Chandler Stadium. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 9th
#2 Virginia 12 #9 Georgia Tech 9
ATLANTA – The No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team piled up 15 hits in scoring a 12-9 win over No. 8 Georgia Tech Saturday evening in front of 3,025 at Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta. In winning its 12th straight game and 11th consecutive road contest, Virginia (31-2, 13-1 ACC) clinched the series with Georgia Tech (23-9, 11-3) and will go for the series sweep at noon Sunday. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 8th.
#2 Virginia 6 #14 Georgia Tech 2
ATLANTA – Virginia ace Danny Hultzen (Jr., Bethesda, Md.) out-dueled Georgia Tech phenom Mark Pope, and David Coleman (Sr., Richmond, Va.) hit a game-changing three-run home run in the seventh inning as the top-ranked Virginia baseball team rallied to defeat the No. 8 Yellow Jackets 6-2 Friday evening at Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 7th.
#9 Florida State 10 Valdosta State 2
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Redshirt freshman David Trexler earned his first career victory as No. 7 Florida State rolled past Valdosta State, 10-2 at Dick Howser Stadium.
In a pre-arranged controlled start, Trexler (1-0) tossed three innings of shutout baseball, surrendering only a pair of infield singles. The lanky right-hander established a new career high with four strikeouts in his second start and fifth appearance. He did not issue a walk. Continue reading