Georgia Tech finishes its regular season this weekend, with its seeding for the ACC tournament on the line.
A spot in the NCAA regionals also could will be at stake as the Yellow Jackets (29-24, 12-15 ACC) face Duke (38-12, 17-9) in a three-game series at Russ Chandler Stadium. Game 1 begins at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The remaining games are scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday and 1 p.m. Saturday.
Tech clinched a place in the tournament and enters the series in fourth place in the Coastal Division and tied with Notre Dame for the eight-best record in ACC play.
The ACC baseball tournament begins Tuesday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. The tournament uses a pool-play format, with 12 of the 14 ACC teams qualifying for the postseason. The 12 are grouped into four pools for four days of play. The four pool winners advance to the semifinals May 26, with the championship decided the next day.
The Atlantic and Coastal division champions will earn the top two seeds, and the remaining 10 teams will be seeded by conference winning percentage.
If you want to watch the games in the four-game weekend series, here are some details:
Online: Thursday-Saturday, ACC Network Extra
Times: 7 p.m. Thursday, 6 p.m. Friday, 1 p.m. Saturday
Radio: 91.1 FM, all games
Scheduled starting pitchers
Thursday: RH Xzavion Curry (7-3, 4.07 ERA) of Tech and LH Mitch Stallings (3-3, 4.56) of Duke.
Friday: LH Connor Thomas (6-3, 2.73) of Tech and RH Ryan Day (5-2, 3.83) of Duke.
Saturday: Starters to be determined.
Entering the final weekend of the regular season, here are where the teams stand in league play:
1) Clemson 19-8, .704 (Atlantic leader)
1) North Carolina 19-8, .704 (Coastal leader)
3) N.C. State 18-9, .667
4) Duke 17-9, .654
5) Louisville 15-12, .556
6) Florida State 14-12, .538
7) Miami 14-13, .519
8) Georgia Tech 12-15, .444
8) Notre Dame 12-15, .444
10) Pittsburgh 11-16, .407
10) Virginia 11-16, .407
10) Wake Forest 11-16, .407
13) Virginia Tech 8-19, .296
14) Boston College 7-20 .259
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