The ACC released its championship tournament bracket on Sunday morning, announcing start times for first round and pool play. The tournament begins on Tuesday in Durham, North Carolina with two single elimination games.
Duke and Wake Forest will kick off the tournament at 11 AM, followed by Boston College's game with Georgia Tech at 3 PM. The winners of those games will advance to play the top seeds in each pool the next day.
On Wednesday, the winner of the BC-Georgia Tech game will advance to play Miami at 3 PM to kick off their pool play, while Louisville will await the winner of Duke-Wake Forest at 7 PM. Florida State and NC State open round robin play at 11 AM.
Virginia and Clemson get in on the act on Thursday, starting play at 11 AM, while the the gauntlet continues for the BC-GT winner. They'll play Florida State at 3 PM on Thursday, followed by Miami-NC State at 7 PM.
On Friday, Louisville opens up the day at 11 AM against Clemson, while Virginia plays the Duke-Wake Forest winner at 3 PM. NC State takes on either BC or Georgia Tech at 7 PM in the nightcap.
Saturday finishes off pool play with Clemsn against Duke-Wake Forest at 11 AM, Miami-FSU at 3 PM, and Louisville-Virginia at 7 PM. NC State and the BC-GT winner will know their record and potential fates as of the end of Friday since both have a day off on Saturday.
The two pool winners will play on Sunday at 12 PM for the conference championship and automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
All games will be broadcast on Regional Sports Networks (RSN) throughout the conference footprint between Tuesday and Saturday. On Sunday, the 12 PM first pitch in the conference championship will be broadcast on ESPN2.
In addition, all games will be broadcast on satellite radio on Sirius 106/XM193 with Sunday's game being broadcast on SiriusXM College Sports channel 84.
Here's the schedule, broken down by day:
Tuesday, May 24
Duke vs. Wake Forest, 11 AM (RSN)
Boston College vs. Georgia Tech, 3 PM (RSN)
Wednesday, May 25
Florida State vs. NC State, 11 AM (RSN)
Miami vs. Boston College/Georgia Tech, 3 PM (RSN)
Louisville vs. Duke/Wake Forest, 7 PM (RSN)
Thursday, May 26
Virginia vs. Clemson, 11 AM (RSN)
Florida State vs. Boston College/Georgia Tech, 3 PM (RSN)
Miami vs. NC State, 7 PM (RSN)
Friday, May 27
Louisville vs. Clemson, 11 AM (RSN)
Virginia vs. Duke/Wake Forest, 3 PM (RSN)
NC State vs. Boston College/Georgia Tech, 7 PM (RSN)
Saturday, May 28
Clemson vs. Duke/Wake Forest, 11 AM (RSN)
Miami vs. Florida State, 3 PM (RSN)
Louisville vs. Virginia, 7 PM (RSN)
Sunday, May 29
ACC Championship Game, 12 PM (ESPN2)