Clemson will open the ACC Tournament Tuesday morning against Louisville at 11:00 AM. The Tigers will play their second game Wednesday night at 7:00 PM against Georgia Tech. The teams with the best records coming out of the four pools will advance to the semi-finals on Saturday. In the case of a tie, the team with the higher seed will advance to the semi-finals.
Here’s the complete schedule from the ACC:
The tournament begins Tuesday with No. 7 Louisville versus No. 11 Clemson at 11 a.m., followed by No. 8 Virginia versus No. 12 Virginia Tech at 3 p.m., and No. 6 North Carolina versus No. 10 Pitt at 7 p.m.
No. 5 Florida State versus No. 9 Duke opens the day on Wednesday at 11 a.m., followed by No. 1 Notre Dame facing Virginia Tech at 3 p.m., and No. 2 Georgia Tech versus Clemson at 7 p.m.
No. 4 Miami and Duke face off on Thursday at 11 a.m., followed by Georgia Tech versus Louisville at 3 p.m., and No. 3 NC State against Pitt at 7 p.m.
The final day of pool play on Friday will be led off by Notre Dame versus Virginia at 11 a.m., followed by Miami versus Florida State at 3 p.m., and NC State versus North Carolina in the 7 p.m. nightcap.
The four pool winners will play on Saturday at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., with the winners advancing to the ACC Championship game on Sunday at noon.
The Clemson Tigers are the #11 seed in next week’s ACC baseball tournament and have been assigned to “Pool B” with #2-seed Georgia Tech and 7th seeded Louisville. The tournament will feature a pool-play format, leading into a four-team, single-elimination bracket to determine the league champion.
Clemson limps into the postseason having lost five of its last six, including a sweep at the hands of Duke this weekend. However, the Tigers did have good luck against one of their “Pool B” opponents in Louisville. Clemson swept the Cardinals at Doug Kingsmore Stadium as part of a season high seven-game winning streak during late April and early May. The Tigers outscored UofL 31-12 over the course of those three home games.
The following weekend, Clemson was swept in Atlanta by Georgia Tech, which started a string of three consecutive series losses to close out ACC play.
Atlantic Division champion Notre Dame earned the number one seed for the tournament, which will be played at Truist Field in Charlotte, home of the Triple-A Knights.