#15 Virginia Baseball Set To Tangle With #4 Miami On April 23-25
April 22, 2004
‘HOOS UP NEXT?: #15 ranked Virginia (34-7, 14-4 ACC) is set to face the #4 ranked Miami Hurricanes (28-8) in a three-game non-conference series on April 23-25 in Coral Gables, Florida at Mark Light Field. UVa and Miami are scheduled to play on Friday, April 23rd at 7:00 PM, Saturday, April 24th at 7:00 PM and Sunday, April 25th at 1:00 PM.
UVA’S CURRENT RANKINGS: Virginia enters the week of April 19th ranked #15 by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball, #17 by Sports Weekly/ESPN and #20 by the NCBWA.
Virginia Baseball National Rankings
BASEBALL AMERICA TOP-25 POLLDate UVa's Ranking UVa's RecordPreseason Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 9 Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 16 Not Ranked 3-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 23 Not Ranked 5-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 1 Not Ranked 9-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 8 Not Ranked 13-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 15 #19 17-2, 3-0 ACCMarch 22 #25 18-5, 4-2 ACCMarch 29 Not Ranked 20-7, 5-4 ACCApril 5 Not Ranked 25-7, 8-4 ACCApril 12 #23 29-7, 11-4 ACCApril 19 #15 32-7, 14-4 ACC
COLLEGIATE BASEBALL TOP-30 POLLDate UVa’s Ranking UVa’s RecordPreseason Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 9 Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 16 Not Ranked 3-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 23 Not Ranked 5-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 1 Not Ranked 9-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 8 Not Ranked 13-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 15 #20 17-2, 3-0 ACCMarch 22 Not Ranked 18-5, 4-2 ACCMarch 29 Not Ranked 20-7, 5-4 ACCApril 5 #29 25-7, 8-4 ACCApril 12 #23 29-7, 11-4 ACCApril 19 #15 32-7, 14-4 ACC
SPORTS WEEKLY/ESPN COACHES TOP-25 POLLDate UVa’s Ranking UVa’s RecordPreseason Receiving Votes (5) 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 9 Receiving Votes (5) 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 16 Receiving Votes (15) 3-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 23 Receiving Votes (12) 5-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 1 Receiving Votes (1) 9-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 8 Receiving Votes (33) 13-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 15 #20 17-2, 3-0 ACCMarch 22 Receiving Votes (82) 18-5, 4-2 ACCMarch 29 Receiving Votes (22) 20-7, 5-4 ACCApril 5 Receiving Votes (50) 25-7, 8-4 ACCApril 12 #23 29-7, 11-4 ACCApril 19 #17 32-7, 14-4 ACC
NCBWA TOP-35 POLLDate UVa’s Ranking UVa’s RecordPreseason Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 9 Not Ranked 0-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 16 Not Ranked 3-0, 0-0 ACCFebruary 23 Not Ranked 5-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 1 Receiving Votes 9-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 8 Receiving Votes 13-1, 0-0 ACCMarch 15 #25 17-2, 3-0 ACCMarch 22 #31 18-5, 4-2 ACCMarch 29 #29 20-7, 5-4 ACCApril 5 #27 25-7, 8-4 ACCApril 12 #24 29-7, 11-4 ACCApril 19 #20 32-7, 14-4 ACC
LAST TIME THEY MET: Virginia defeated Miami by the score of 17-2 on April 13, 2003 in Charlottesville in the final contest of a three-game series. The Hurricanes did win the series against UVa two game to one after posting a 6-1 win on April 11th in game one and a 10-4 victory in game two on April 12th.
UVA’S PROBABLE PITCHING FOR VIRGINIA @ MIAMI SERIES: Virginia is expected to start Andrew Dobies (LHP, 6-0, 1.83 ERA, 72 SO) on Friday, Matt Avery (RHP, 4-1, 2.64 ERA, 36 SO) on Saturday and Joe Koshansky (LHP, 6-1, 2.38 ERA, 56 SO) on Sunday. Miami is expected to counter with J.D. Cockroft (LHP, 3-3, 3.52 ERA, 34 SO) on Friday, Cesar Carrillo (RHP, 6-0, 3.10 ERA, 42 SO) on Saturday and Brandon Camardese (LHP, 4-1, 3.92 ERA, 28 SO) on Sunday.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Virginia is currently in a stretch that will see the Cavaliers on the road for a three-game series in four of five consecutive weekends, which started with UVa’s three-game ACC series at N.C. State on March 26-28. Virginia also traveled to Durham, N.C. to play Duke on April 2-4 before it returned home for the Clemson series on April 9-11. UVa then hit the road for a weekend series to face Maryland on April 16-18 in Bowie, Md. before rounding things out with its trip to Coral Gables, Fla. to face Miami on April 23-25.
ROAD WARRIORS: Virginia’s record away from home this year stands at 17-3 on the road. UVa’s 17 road wins already exceeds its total for road victories in all of last season. In 2003, Virginia was 8-14 in road contests.
UVA’S LAST LOSS NEARLY A MONTH AGO: Heading into its three-game series against Miami on April 23-25, it has been nearly one month since Virginia lost a game. UVa’s last setback was on March 28 to N.C. State.
‘HOOS ARE STREAKIN’ AFTER 14TH CONSECUTIVE WIN: With its 21-10 victory over Virginia Tech on April 21st, Virginia is currently riding a school-record 14-game winning streak.
VIRGINIA LEADS THE ACC IN CONFERENCE & OVERALL OVERALL VICTORIES: Granted, every school plays a different schedule, but as of April 23rd, Virginia has recorded an ACC-leading 34 overall victories and stands in first place in the conference with 14 ACC victories.
UVA SETS SCHOOL-RECORD FOLLOWING 13TH CONSECUTIVE VICTORY: With its 8-3 victory over Norfolk State on April 20th, Virginia recorded a school-record 13th consecutive victory, breaking the former school-record of 12 consecutive wins.
NOT BEATING THEMSELVES: In Virginia’s last 14 games, all UVa victories, the Cavaliers’ opponents have committed 25 errors to just eight for Virginia. In three games against Duke on April 2-4, the Blue Devils’ error total for the series was nine after making errors in game one (6), game two (1) and game three (2). In UVa’s victory over William & Mary on April 6th, the Tribe committed five errors. In other games during the stretch, in Virginia’s three-game sweep over Clemson (April 9-11), the Tigers committed three errors and in UVa’s two wins over Brown (March 30-31), the Bears committed two errors.
‘HOOS BY THE MONTH: Virginia finished the month of February with a record of 9-1 overall. UVa was 6-1 at home and 3-0 on the road for the month. Virginia then turned in a record of 13-6 in the month of March. The Cavaliers were 6-3 at home and 7-3 on the road for the month. Here is a look at UVa’s record by the month:
Month Record Home AwayFebruary 9-1 6-1 3-0March 13-6 6-3 7-3April 12-0 5-0 7-0
O’CONNOR-METER: First-year Virginia head baseball coach Brian O’Connor’s career coaching record stands at 34-7, 14-4 in the ACC.
VIRGINIA IN THREE-GAME WEEKEND SERIES ACTION: Heading into its three-game series with Miami, Virginia is 23-4 and has won seven of its nine series in its nine, three-game weekend series this year. UVa has played against: North Carolina A&T (February 13-15), Seton Hall (February 27-29), Central Connecticut State (March 5-7), Georgia Tech (March 12-14), North Carolina (March 19-21), N.C. State (March 26-28), Duke (April 2-4), Clemson (April 9-10) and Maryland (April 16-18). Here is a look at Virginia’s results against its opponents in three-game weekend series:
Date UVa's Opponent Result2/13 @ North Carolina A&T W, 10-72/14 @ North Carolina A&T W, 9-32/15 @ North Carolina A&T W, 12-52/27 Seton Hall W, 3-22/28 Seton Hall W, 17-12/29 Seton Hall W, 4-33/5 Central Connecticut State W, 17-13/6 Central Connecticut State W, 10-03/7 Central Connecticut State W, 9-43/12 @ Georgia Tech W, 4-33/13 @ Georgia Tech W, 2-13/14 @ Georgia Tech W, 8-53/19 North Carolina L, 5-33/20 North Carolina L, 8-43/21 North Carolina W, 6-23/26 @ N.C. State W, 9-23/27 @ N.C. State L, 12-13/28 @ N.C. State L, 8-74/2 @ Duke W, 8-14/3 @ Duke W, 6-54/4 @ Duke W, 3-14/9 Clemson W, 5-14/10 Clemson W, 4-34/10 Clemson W, 3-14/16 @ Maryland W, 5-34/17 @ Maryland W, 7-64/18 @ Maryland W, 2-1
BYPASSED IN STOLEN BASES: Virginia exceeded its 2003 season total of 58 stolen bases just 32 games into the 2004 season by recording 61 successful stolen bases following its three-game series with Duke. In 2003, UVa finished 58-for-89 in stolen base attempts. As of April 23rd of this season, Virginia is 76-for-98 in stolen base attempts. The UVa school-record for most stolen bases in one season is 125 in 1990.
THIEVES ON THE BASE PATHS: Virginia has burned its opponents this season when it has runners on base. UVa is 76-for-98 in stolen base attempts, compared to just 15-for-26 for its opponents. The Cavaliers are averaging five stolen bases to every one for their opponent.
OVER & OUT: Virginia has hit 24 home runs this season, with 22 of those 24 home runs coming off of the bats of Joe Koshansky and Mark Reynolds. Koshansky has hit a team-leading 13 home runs and Reynolds has hit nine home runs. Matt Dunn and Matt Street are the only other Cavaliers other than Koshansky and Reynolds to hit a home run. Dunn hit UVa’s first HR of the season in the Cavaliers’ season-opener on February 13th against North Carolina A&T in his first at-bat, and Street blasted a grand slam in Virginia’s 21-10 victory over Virginia Tech on April 21st.
2004 Home Runs
No. Player (Runs) Date Opponent (Game #)1. Matt Dunn (1) 2/13 @ North Carolina A&T (1)2. Joe Koshansky (3) 2/13 @ North Carolina A&T (1)3. Joe Koshansky (1) 2/14 @ North Carolina A&T (2)4. Joe Koshansky (2) 2/19 Maryland-Eastern Shore (4)5. Mark Reynolds (2) 2/24 James Madison (7)6. Mark Reynolds (1) 3/2 @ Richmond (11)7. Joe Koshansky (1) 3/2 @ Richmond (11)8. Joe Koshansky (1) 3/5 Central Connecticut (12)9. Mark Reynolds (3) 3/6 Central Connecticut (13)10. Joe Koshansky (1) 3/7 Central Connecticut (14)11. Joe Koshansky (2) 3/12 @ Georgia Tech (17)12. Mark Reynolds (1) 3/12 @ Georgia Tech (17)13. Mark Reynolds (1) 3/12 @ Georgia Tech (17)14. Joe Koshansky (1) 3/13 @ Georgia Tech (18)15. Mark Reynolds (1) 3/21 North Carolina (23)16. Joe Koshansky (2) 3/21 North Carolina (23)17. Joe Koshansky (1) 3/24 @ George Mason (24)18. Mark Reynolds (2) 3/28 @ N.C. State (27)19. Mark Reynolds (1) 4/10 Clemson (36)20. Mark Reynolds (1) 4/17 @ Maryland (38)21. Joe Koshansky (1) 4/17 @ Maryland (38)22. Joe Koshansky (2) 4/20 Norfolk State (40)23. Joe Koshansky (2) 4/21 Virginia Tech (41)24. Matt Street (4) 4/21 Virginia Tech (41)
CAVALIERS RECORD FOURTH SWEEP OF AN ACC OPPONENT: After putting the finishing touches on a three-game sweep over ACC foe Maryland, the Cavaliers recorded their fourth ACC series sweep over a conference foe – a feat that has never been done before at Virginia. UVa has swept Georgia Tech, Duke, Clemson and Maryland this season, with the GT and Duke series sweep occurring on the road.
VIRGINIA SETS SCHOOL-RECORD FOR MOST ACC WINS EVER: On April 16th in Bowie, Md., Virginia defeated Maryland by the score of 5-3 to record a school-record 12 ACC wins. UVa’s 12th conference win broke the former school-record of 11 ACC victories posted by both 2003 and 1996 squads. Virginia currently has won 14 ACC games this season
UVA SURPASSES LAST YEAR’S WIN TOTAL: After its three-game sweep over Maryland on April 16-18, Virginia has already surpassed its win total from all of last season. UVa’s is currently 34-7 and the 2003 Cavaliers finished 29-24. Virginia’s 34 victories is more wins already than the last seven years for any UVa team total. The most wins ever for a Virginia team in baseball occurred in 1996 when the Cavaliers finished 44-21.
COME ONE, COME ALL, AS ATTENDANCE RECORD FALLS: On April 9, 2004 in a game against the Clemson Tigers, Virginia set a new facility single-game attendance record at Davenport Field at the UVa Baseball Stadium when 2,000 spectators turned out to watch Virginia record a 5-1 victory over Clemson. UVa would match that figure two weeks later when 2,000 spectators turned out to watch Virginia record a 21-10 victory over Virginia Tech on April 21st. The previous facility attendance record prior to this season was 1,955 for a game against #12 Miami (Fla.) on April 12, 2003.
100-PLUS CLUB: Virginia has outscored its opponents by more than 100 runs this season, holding a 324-164 advantage in runs scored.
STREET PAVES WAY TO 21-10 ROUT OVER HOKIES WITH GRAND SLAM: Matt Street became the first player since Paul Gillispie to hit a grand slam for Virginia in the Cavaliers’ 21-10 victory over Virginia Tech on April 21st. Street’s grand slam was UVa’s first since Gillispie’s on March 25, 2003 against James Madison.
VIRGINIA PLATES 21 RUNS IN BLOWOUT OVER VIRGINIA TECH: Virginia scored 21 runs in just three innings en route to a 21-10 victory over Virginia Tech. UVa’s 21 runs were the most scored by the Cavaliers since Virginia’s 25 runs scored on March 11, 2002 against North Carolina A&T – a game UVa won 25-1.
The last time Virginia …
Won 10 or more consecutive games: March 30 - April 22nd (14 games)Longest winning streak: 14 gamesWon 10 consecutive home games: March 4 - March 22, 2003Won 15 or more consecutive home games: March 4 - April 2, 2003 (16)Was 10 games over .500: April 20, 2004 (27 games, 34-7)Was 15 games over .500: April 20, 2004 (27 games, 34-7)Was 20 games over .500: April 20, 2004 (27 games, 34-7)Was 25 games over .500: April 20, 2004 (27 games, 34-7)Lost 5 or more consecutive games: April 29 - May 12, 2003 (5)Scored 20 or more runs in a game: 21 vs. Virginia Tech - April 21, 2004Had 20 or more hits in a game: 23 vs. Duke - March 21, 2003Hit consecutive home runs: Robert Word and Mark Reynolds @ James Madison - April 2, 2002Hit three consecutive home runs: Jon Benick, Mark Rueffert and Dan Street @ Virginia Tech - April 18, 2001Turned a triple play: @ North Carolina A&T - February 13, 2004Shutout consecutive opponents: vs. Seton Hall (8-0 and 4-0) - March 2, 1996 (DH)Was shutout: vs. Florida State (2-0) - May 24, 2003Was shut out in two consecutive games: @ Old Dominion (1-0) - Feb. 24, 1999 and vs. Seton Hall (8-0) - Feb. 27, 1999Swept an ACC doubleheader: vs. Clemson - April 10, 2004Was swept in an ACC doubleheader: vs. N.C. State - April 19, 2003Swept an ACC series at home: vs. Clemson (3) - April 9-10, 2004Was swept in an ACC series at home: vs. Georgia Tech - May 9-11, 2003Swept an ACC series on the road: @ Maryland - April 16-18, 2004Was swept in an ACC series on the road: @ Florida State - March 14-16, 2003
The last time a Cavalier …
Hit two home runs in a game: Mark Reynolds @ Georgia Tech – March 12, 2004Hit three home runs in a game: Dan Street vs. Old Dominion in Charleston, S.C. – February 22, 2002Hit a walk-off home run: Joe Koshansky vs. Wake Forest – March 23, 2003Hit a grand slam: Matt Street vs. James Madison – April 21, 2004Hit a home run over the “Blue Monster”: Joe Koshansky vs. Central Connecticut – March 7, 2004Hit a pinch-hit home run: Joe Koshansky vs. Liberty – April 2, 2003Hit a game-winning home run (for the go-ahead run): Joe Koshansky @ Georgia Tech – March 13, 2004Hit for the cycle: Hunter Wyant @ High Point – March 12, 2001Hit two triples in a game: Ryan Zimmerman vs. Clemson – April 9, 2004Had four or more hits in a game: Ryan Zimmerman (4) vs. Virginia Tech – April 21, 2004Had five or more hits in a game: Dan Street (5) vs. Virginia Tech – April 30, 2002Scored five or more runs in a game: Joe Koshansky vs. Wake Forest – May 23, 2003Had five or more RBI in a game: Matt Street (5) vs. Virginia Tech – April 21, 2004Had six or more RBI in a game: Mark Reynolds (6) @ Wake Forest – April 26, 2003Had seven or more RBI in a game: Dan Street (7) vs. Old Dominion in Charleston, S.C. – February 22, 2002Stole three or more bases in a game: Matt Street (3) vs. Norfolk State – April 20, 2004Stole four or more bases in a game: Mike Mitchell (4) @ North Carolina A&T – February 15, 2004Had 10 or more strike outs in a game: Andrew Dobies (10) @ Maryland – April 16, 2004Pitched a complete game: Matt Avery (9.0) vs. Clemson – April 10, 2004Pitched a nine-inning, complete-game shutout: Jeff Kamrath (9.0) vs. Maryland – March 28, 2003
AVERY BECOMES THIRD UVA PITCHER NAMED ACC POTW: Virginia’s Matt Avery was named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Pitcher of the Week following his performance in UVa’s 3-1 victory in game two of an ACC doubleheader against the Clemson Tigers on Saturday (April 10th) in Charlottesville. Avery pitched his first collegiate complete game in Virginia’s 3-1 win over Clemson after going 9.0 innings of four hit baseball to improve his overall record to 4-1 on the season. Avery allowed just one run while striking out five Tiger batters. Avery is the third Cavalier pitcher to claim the ACC Pitcher of the Week award this season. Virginia’s Andrew Dobies (March 29th) and Casey Lambert (March 15th) were also honored as the ACC Pitcher of the Week earlier this year. Avery’s selection also marks the fifth time total a UVa baseball player was recognized for their performance this season by the conference, as Joe Koshansky was twice named the ACC Player of the Week (February 17 and March 15th.)
VIRGINIA SWEEPS CLEMSON FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1972: With its three-game sweep over Clemson on April 9-10 in Charlottesville (5-1, 4-3, 3-1), Virginia swept Clemson for the first time in a three-game ACC series since accomplishing the feat back on May 6-7, 1972.
DOBIES DOES IT AGAIN: Virginia’s Andrew Dobies pitched a complete game (9.0 innings) to guide UVa to an 8-1 victory over Duke on April 2nd. It was Dobies’ second consecutive complete game victory in back-to-back outings after he also posted a complete game victory in Virginia’s 9-2 win over N.C. State on March 26th. In both games combined, Dobies pitched 18.0 innings and allowed just three runs and struck out 15 batters without walking a single batter.
VIRGINIA NAMED COLLEGEBASEBALLINSIDER.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK: Virginia was named the CollegeBaseballInsider.com Team of the Week for games played on March 8-14. Virginia received the honor after the Cavaliers won four consecutive road games against ranked teams by defeating the then #28 ranked UNC Greensboro Spartans in Greensboro, N.C. on March 10th by the score of 9-1 before sweeping the then #17 ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (4-3, 2-1, 8-5) on March 12-14 at Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. UVa’s three-game sweep over Georgia Tech marked the first time the Cavaliers had ever swept a three-game series over the Yellow Jackets in baseball.
Andrew Dobies NAMED ACC PITCHER OF THE WEEK: UVa’s Andrew Dobies was named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Pitcher of the Week (on March 29th) for his performance in Virginia’s 9-2 victory over N.C. State on March 26th in Raleigh, N.C. Dobies, a third-year LHP, pitched 9.0 innings and allowed just two runs on eight hits to go along with a game-high nine strikeouts without walking a single batter. Dobies’ honor marks the fourth time this season a UVa player was named either the ACC Player or Pitcher of the Week. The Cavaliers’ Joe Koshansky (2/16 and 3/15) was twice named the ACC Player of the Week and Casey Lambert (3/15) was named the ACC Pitcher of the Week.
Joe Koshansky & Casey Lambert NAMED ACC PLAYER & PITCHER OF THE WEEK, RESPECTIVELY: Virginia’s Casey Lambert and Joe Koshansky were named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Pitcher and Player of the Week, respectively. Virginia finished the week with a record of 4-1 including a three-game ACC series sweep over the #17 ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Atlanta, Ga. on March 12-14. The three-game sweep was UVa’s first ever over Georgia Tech in baseball. The honor for Koshansky is his second this season. He was also named the ACC Player of the Week on February 17.
VIRGINIA RECORDS FIRST EVER THREE-GAME SWEEP OVER GEORGIA TECH: When Virginia swept its three-game ACC series against the #17 ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on March 12-14 in Atlanta, Ga., it marked the first time ever that UVa swept a three-game series in baseball over the Yellow Jackets.
KOSHANSKY JOINS REYNOLDS ON “BLUE MONSTER” CLUB: Joe Koshansky joined teammate Mark Reynolds on a very short list, as the only two players (UVa or opponent) to ever hit a home run over Virginia’s “Blue Monster.” Blue Monster is the nickname for the 32-foot-high wall that also stands 408 feet away from home plate at Davenport Field at the UVa Baseball Stadium. Koshansky blasted a home run over the wall in Virginia’s 9-4 victory over Central Connecticut State on March 7, 2004. Koshansky’s home run came almost exactly one year from the day that Reynolds accomplished the feat. Reynolds belted a home run over the wall in UVa’s 11-5 victory over Charlotte on March 9, 2003.
Joe Koshansky NAMED ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Virginia’s Joe Koshansky was named the first Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week for the 2004 season. Koshansky, a fourth-year 1B/LHP, started in all three of Virginia’s victories over North Carolina A&T (10-7, 9-3, 12-5) for the weekend of February 13-15 in Greensboro, N.C. at War Memorial Stadium. He started two games at first base and one game on the mound as a pitcher. For the series, Koshansky batted .462 after going 6-for-13 at the plate with five RBI and five runs. Two of his six hits were home runs, including a three-run shot. He also posted a double, three singles and stole one base. Although he was not honored for his performance on the mound, Koshansky tossed 6.0 strong innings to pick up his first victory of the year and allowed just one unearned run on one hit while striking out a game-high five batters.
TRI-CAPTAINS: The fourth-year trio of Joe Koshansky, Paul Gillispie and Alan Zimmerer will serve as captains for the Cavaliers in 2004. Koshansky is slated to be UVa’s starting first baseman/starting pitcher, Gillispie will be battling for a spot in left field and as the designated hitter, while Zimmerer is expected to be one of Virginia’s top pitchers out of the bullpen.
VIRGINIA PICKED SEVENTH IN ACC PRESEASON POLL: The University of Virginia baseball team was picked to finish seventh in the 2004 Atlantic Coast Conference Preseason Baseball Coaches Poll. UVa received a total of 28 points in the poll to finish in front of both the Duke Blue Devils and the Maryland Terrapins. The ACC’s nine head coaches selected the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets as the top pick to win the conference championship in 2004 with six first place votes and a total of 77 points in the poll.
2004 ACC Preseason Baseball Coaches Poll:
Place School Points 2003 Record/Finish1. Georgia Tech (6) 77 44-18, 17-7 ACC2. Florida State (1) 61 54-13-1, 19-5 ACC3. Clemson (1) 60 39-22, 15-9 ACC4. North Carolina 58 42-23, 13-11 ACC5. N.C. State 52 45-18, 15-9 ACC6. Wake Forest (1) 36 29-24, 8-15 ACC7. VIRGINIA 28 29-25, 11-12 ACC8. Duke 17 18-36, 2-21 ACC9. Maryland 16 20-33, 6-17 ACC