Monday, 16 April 2018 04:46

ACC Women's Weekend Recap

Written by Bill Carey
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This weekend had all the feel of the calm before the storm, with next weekend being the final matches before tourney time. Pretty much every team did exactly as expected this weekend. NC State continues to have a strong April, although they faltered on Sunday to a Virginia team that needed to prove it could win some tough conference matches, especially on the road. The Cavs split the weekend in Carolina, dropping their match against UNC on Friday.

The heavyweights took care of business with Duke beating an up and coming Syracuse team. Wake did enough to remain in the mix taking care of Louisville on Sunday, but its loss on Friday to NC State felt like a tale of two teams headed in opposite directions. Georgia Tech, Miami, and Florida State all had relatively easy weekends without being tested. Louisville, Notre Dame, Va Tech, and Pittsburgh were unable to play the role of spoiler.

Boston College has had a fairly positive spring and was able to get its first-ever win against Notre Dame on Friday.

Friday, April 13
Virginia Tech at Florida State (FSU 7-0) recap
Virginia at North Carolina (UNC 7-0) recap
Georgia Tech at Pittsburgh (GT 6-1) recap
Duke at Syracuse (DU 4-2) recap
Florida A&M at Florida State (FSU 4-0) box
Notre Dame at Boston College (BC 4-3) recap
 
 
Louisville at Clemson (CU 4-3) recap
 
 
Wake Forest at NC State (NCST 4-3) recap 
NC Central at NC State (NCST 7-0) recap
 
 
 
Sunday, April 15
Duke at Pittsburgh (DU 7-0) recap
Notre Dame at Syracuse (SU 4-0) recap
Va Tech at Miami (UM 4-0) recap
Ga Tech at Boston College (GT 6-1) recap
Virginia at NC State (UVA 5-2) recap
North Carolina at Clemson (UNC 7-0) recap
Louisville at Wake Forest (WF 5-1) recap
Winthrop at NC State (NCST 4-3) box

 

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