College Notebook

ACC women’s hoops schedules released

From News ReleasesMay 29, 2013 

The ACC has announced the home and away conference opponents, while also determining repeat opponents for each of the league’s 15 women’s basketball teams. North Carolina will play rivals Duke and N.C. State home and away in 2013-14.

The format for regular-season play is a 16-game ACC schedule. Each team will host six opponents at home, will play six opponents away, and will play two opponents home and away.

North Carolina’s six home-only opponents are Clemson, Maryland, Miami, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Virginia Tech, while Duke and N.C. State will also travel to Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels will visit Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Virginia and Wake Forest in addition to the Blue Devils and the Wolfpack.

Duke: The Blue Devils will feature home-and-home matchups with Notre Dame and North Carolina. The Blue Devils will welcome Wake Forest, N.C. State, Virginia, Maryland, Pittsburgh and Boston College to Cameron Indoor Stadium for home contests. Duke enters the 2013-14 campaign with an ACC-record 39-game winning streak at home against ACC opponents and is coming off a perfect 16-0 in Cameron Indoor Stadium a year ago. It marked only the fourth undefeated home season in Blue Devil history.

Duke will travel to Florida State, Miami, Georgia Tech, Clemson, Syracuse and Virginia Tech.

N.C. State: North Carolina and Wake Forest continue to be the Wolfpack’s primary partners with home and away games featured during this upcoming season.

Boston College, Florida State, Maryland, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Virginia will visit Reynolds Coliseum in 2013-14.

N.C. State will travel to Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech, and the 2014 ACC women’s basketball tournament is scheduled for March 5-9 at Greensboro Coliseum.

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