GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The Atlantic Conference has announced the seats and category for the 68th annual New York ACC Tournament, which will be played from Tuesday to Saturday (March 9-13) at the Greensboro Coliseum.
After winning its fifth championship in the ACC regular season in eight years, Virginia (17-6, 13-4 ACC) won the tournament’s No. 1 and double farewell to Thursday’s quarterfinals. № 2 of Florida (15-5, 11-4), No. 3 of Virginia Tech (15-5, 9-4) and No. 4 of Georgia Tech (15-8, 11-6) also won a double bye and will start the tournament game on thursday.
The tournament starts on Tuesday with three matches. No. 1
The second round on Wednesday begins at noon with Syracuse №8 with seeds (15-8, 9-7), which takes over at noon on State № 9 of North Carolina (13-9, 9-8). Number 5 Clemson (16-6, 10-6) takes the winner of the Pitt-Miami game at 2:30 p.m. In the evening session No. 7, Louisville (13-6, 8-5) plays the winner of the Duke-BC game at 6 p.m. : 30 a.m., No. 6 North Carolina (16-9, 10-6) facing the winner of the Notre Dame-Wake Forest at 9 p.m. The quartet of the games will be televised on the ACC Network.
The winners on Wednesday will then continue to play the first four seeds of Thursday’s tournament in the quarterfinals, which will be broadcast by ESPN or ESPN2.
All 14 tournament games will be broadcast nationally on ESPN, ESPN2 or ACC Network. In addition, all games will be available for streaming via ACCNX.
The ACC and its 15 member institutions will continue to follow the policies and protocols in the ACC Medical Advisory Report.
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex has launched the Patron Health Initiative, a program dedicated to the safety of patrons, staff and contractors stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak. Face covers are mandatory for everyone aged 5 or over and should be worn at all times, except while actively eating and drinking in your seat.
The full schedule of the ACC tournament for New York for 2021:
Tuesday, March 9
14:00 – №12 Pit vs. No. 13 Miami (ACC Network)
4:30 pm – № 10 Duke vs. № 15 Boston College (ACC Network)
19:00 – No. 11 Notre Dame vs. No. 14 Wake Forest (ACC Network)
Wednesday, March 10
Noon – No. 8 Syracuse vs. No. 9 NC State (ACC Network)
14:30 – No. 5 Clemson vs. Pete / Miami winner (ACC Network)
6:30 pm – No. 7 Louisville against the winner by Duke / Boston College (ACC Network)
21:00 – No. 6 North Carolina against Notre Dame / Wake Forest winner (ACC Network)
Thursday, March 11
Noon – Number 1 Virginia against Wednesday Wednesday winner (ESPN or ESPN2)
2.30pm – No. 4 Georgia Tech vs. Wednesday 2.30pm Winner (ESPN or ESPN2)
6:30 pm – No. 2, Florida against Wednesday’s winner 6:30 pm (ESPN or ESPN2)
21:00 – No. 3 Virginia Tech against Wednesday’s winner 21:00 (ESPN or ESPN2)
Friday, March 12
18:30 – Winners on Thursday afternoon (ESPN or ESPN2)
21:00 – Winners on Thursday night (ESPN or ESPN2)
Saturday, March 13
8:30 pm – Semi-final winners (ESPN)