No. 9-seeded Georgia Tech is set to compete in the ACC Baseball Tournament, facing No. 5-seeded Florida State on Tuesday, May 21, and No. 4-seeded Virginia on Wednesday, May 22, as part of Pool D. The Yellow Jackets, holding a 31-21 overall and 15-15 ACC record, recently played a three-game series against Florida State, securing one win. They also won two out of three games against Virginia earlier in the season. The ACC Network will nationally broadcast all pool games, with the championship game airing on ESPN2.

By the Numbers
  • Georgia Tech finished the regular season 31-21 overall.
  • The team posted a 15-15 record in the ACC.
  • They have 14 combined Quad 1 and 2 wins, ranking seventh among ACC Tournament teams.
State of Play
  • Georgia Tech is part of Pool D, alongside Virginia and Florida State.
  • The team took one win in their recent three-game series against Florida State.
  • They previously defeated Virginia in two out of three games in Charlottesville.
  • All games in the ACC Tournament will be broadcast nationally, culminating in the championship aired on ESPN2.
What's Next

The Yellow Jackets will first meet Florida State in their fourth game in six days, and then play Virginia, aiming to replicate their earlier success. Advancing beyond the pool games will require top performance against these familiar opponents.

Bottom Line

Georgia Tech heads into the ACC Tournament with a balanced record and recent competitive experience against their pool opponents. Success in these key matches could set the stage for a strong tournament run, leveraging their in-season victories.