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Clemson currently 7th seed in ACC Baseball Standings

by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Monday, May 12, 2014 11:27 AM
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After this weekend's play, Clemson would be the 7th seed if ACC Baseball Tournament play started today. The winner of each division and the top eight other teams based on conference winning percentage, regardless of division, from the conference's regular season will be seeded one through ten. The bottom four seeds (7, 8, 9, 10) will play an opening round on Tuesday, May 20, with the winners advancing to the double-elimination round which starts the following day.

The schedule could favor the Tigers in the final weekend to avoid the playoff round. UNC must travel to Miami and Duke goes to Florida State while the Tigers have Boston College at home.

ACC BASEBALL STANDINGS as of May 12, 2014

ATLANTIC DIVISION
			CONFERENCE	OVERALL
RANK	SCHOOLS		W-L-T	PCT	W-L-T	PCT
1.	Florida State	19-8-0	.704	39-12-0	.765
2.	Maryland	15-14-0	.517	33-19-0	.635
3.	Clemson		13-13-0	.500	31-21-0	.596
4.	Wake Forest	12-14-0	.462	26-24-0	.520
5.	NC State	11-15-0	.423	29-20-0	.592
6.	Boston College	9-18-0	.333	21-30-0	.412
7.	Notre Dame	6-21-0	.222	19-31-0	.380

COASTAL DIVISION
			CONFERENCE	OVERALL
RANK	SCHOOLS		W-L-T	PCT	W-L-T	PCT
1.	Miami		22-5-0	.815	38-14-0	.731
2.	Virginia	21-6-0	.778	41-9-0	.820
3.	Duke		15-12-0	.556	30-21-0	.588
4.	North Carolina	14-13-0	.519	30-21-0	.588
5.	Georgia Tech	14-16-0	.467	29-23-0	.558
6.	Pitt		11-16-0	.407	22-27-0	.449
7.	Virginia Tech	8-19-0	.296	20-28-1	.418
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