Tag Archives: ACC Tournament

ACC Tournament Day 3 Recap (May 22)

Pat Dean threw 7 strong innings in Boston Colleges 10-1 victory over Miami. (BCHeights.com Photo)
Pat Dean threw 7 strong innings in Boston College's 10-1 victory over Miami. (BCHeights.com Photo)

Here is your ACC Tournament recap for Friday, May 22.

Boston College 10, #16 Miami (FL) 1

DURHAM, N.C. – Sophomore Pat Dean was nearly untouchable on the mound through 7.0 innings as he led the Boston College baseball team to its second win against a top-20 opponent in as many days. This time it was against No. 16 Miami, 10-1, on Friday in the 2009 ACC Championship. Continue reading

ACC Tournament Day 2 Recap

Here is your recap of the second day of action in the 2009 ACC Baseball Tournament.

Boston College 7 Georgia Tech 3

DURHAM, N.C. – Sophomore Mickey Wiswall went 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI to lead the Boston College baseball team to a 7-3 win against No. 13 Georgia Tech in the 2009 ACC Championship on Wednesday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Continue reading

2009 ACC Tournament Day 1 Recap

Here is your ACC Tournament Day 1 Recap for May 20th. Miami (FL) picked up a 8-6 victory over Georgia Tech while FSU picked up a 7-2 win over Boston College. In the nightcap, UNC grabbed a 8-3 victory.

Miami (FL) 8 Georgia Tech 6

DURHAM, N.C. — Miami sent 13 batters to the plate in the sixth inning, scoring seven runs en route to an 8-6 victory over Georgia Tech Wednesday in the opening game of the 2009 ACC Baseball Championship. Continue reading

2009 ACC Tournament Preview

accbaseball2009logoThe 2009 ACC Tournament begins on Wednesday with the top eight teams split into two separate divisions. Division A contains Florida State, Boston College, Georgia Tech, and Miami (FL). Division B consists of North Carolina, Duke, Clemson, and Virginia. The Florida State Seminoles ended up winning the Atlantic Division title while North Carolina won the Coastal Division title. Continue reading

Durham Bulls Athletic Park to Host 2009 ACC Baseball Championship

Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Durham Bulls Athletic Park


Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C., will be the site of the 2009 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship, Commissioner John D. Swofford announced today.

The 10,000-seat downtown stadium is home to the city’s Triple-A team and will serve as the host venue for the 13-game tournament May 20-24.

Boston’s Fenway Park was originally scheduled to host this year’s ACC Baseball Championship, but the Fenway Sports Group was forced to defer until 2010 after discovering an in-house scheduling error in mid-August. That left the ACC to pursue a new site for 2009, and the Durham Bulls were able to accommodate the Championship despite the relatively short notice.
Continue reading

ACC Baseball Tourney NOT going to Fenway in 2009

Due to a mixup by the Boston Red Sox, the ACC Baseball tourney has been removed from Fenway Park after a scheduling mixup between the Boston Red Sox and the Fenway Sports Group. The reason behind this is the fact that the Boston Red Sox gave the wrong dates to Major League Baseball and have scheduled games for that weekend. Continue reading

Miami (FL) wins ACC Title


Miami (FL) 8 UVA 3

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP/theACC.com) – The University of Miami sent 10 batters to the plate during a four-run first inning and went on to defeat Virginia, 8-4, Sunday afternoon to clinch the championship game of the 2008 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.

Mark Sobolewski, Ryan Jackson and Dennis Raben hit RBI singles in the first off Virginia starter Pat McAnaney (4-5). Miami added three runs in the third, including an RBI double by Blake Tekotte. Continue reading

ACC Recap for May 24th


Clemson 10 Ga Tech 4

Clemson hit three home runs, including a seventh-inning grand slam by Ben Paulsen, to defeat #24 Georgia Tech 10-4 on Saturday in the ACC Tournament at The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville. The Tigers, who were 1-2 in the ACC Tournament, improved to 31-27-1, while the Yellow Jackets, who were also 1-2 in the ACC Tourney, fell to 39-19. Continue reading

ACC Tourney Recap for May 23rd



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Virginia earned its second-consecutive win over a top-5 team Friday, as the Cavaliers defeated No. 3 Florida State, 5-3, at the 2008 ACC Baseball Championship at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville. The win came two nights after Virginia upset No. 1 North Carolina, 8-7 in extra innings.

The Seminoles (47-10), who entered with the nation’s most wins, are the tournament’s No. 2 seed, while Virginia (38-19) holds the No. 6 seed. The Cavaliers are looking to become just the third No. 6 seed in tournament history to advance to the championship game. Continue reading