Host N.C. State took the series from Virginia with a pair of walk-off wins on Sunday.
The Wolfpack (23-18, 11-12 ACC) entered the day winless in one-run ballgames this season, but captured the first game of the double dip with a 4-3 win on Bubby Riley’s solo shot in the bottom of the ninth. Virginia (27-17, 10-14) held a 3-2 lead in game two until the Pack forced extras with one run in the eighth, and walked off with Joe Dunand’s two-run bomb in the 10th, 5-3.
UNC: Benton Moss allowed just two hits through eight scoreless innings, and Trent Thornton got the final three outs as No. 18 host North Carolina completed a series sweep with a 6-0 win over Boston College. Korey Dunbar and Tyler Ramirez both homered for the Tar Heels, who allowed just one unearned run over 27 innings against the Eagles in their first conference sweep of 2015.
UNC improved to a season-best 14 games over .500 at 29-15 and 13-10 in the ACC.
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Wake Forest: The host Deacons clinched a series victory over Notre Dame by defeating the Fighting Irish in 11 innings, 5-4.
Nick Bisplinghoff drilled a double in the bottom of the 11th, bringing home Stuart Fairchild for the game-winner.
Wake Forest (25-20, 11-13 ACC) rattled off 17 hits, compared with just seven for Notre Dame (28-15, 12-12 ACC).
Duke: The host Blue Devils (24-19, 7-16 ACC) completed the 4-3 victory from Saturday’s suspended game to win the ACC series over Virginia Tech(20-24, 9-14) before falling 11-3 in the finale.
Duke: Syracuse senior Kevin Rice registered three goals and four assists and the fourth-ranked Orange held off a late comeback effort from No. 6 Duke on Sunday to win the 2015 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship in Philadelphia. The title is the first for recent ACC addition Syracuse.
Jack Bruckner led all Duke scorers with five goals.
UNC: Syracuse’s Kayla Treanor scored with 1:44 left in the second overtime period to lift the sixth-seeded Orange (14-6) to a 9-8 win over top-seeded North Carolina (15-3) in the 2015 ACC Women’s Lacrosse Championship in Charlottesville, Va.
The loss snapped North Carolina’s seven-game winning streak and marked the Tar Heels’ first loss since March 21. UNC was making its fifth appearance in the ACC championship game in the last six years.
As a team, North Carolina scored 44 goals in its three ACC Tournament games, breaking the previous record of 42 set by Maryland in 2014.
UNC: The Tar Heels recorded the low team score in the final round of the ACC Championships with a 9-under-par 279 on route to a fifth place finish at 10-under 854. Sophomore Henry Do finished his second championships with another 3-under 69 round to finish tied for fifth at 8-under 208. Wake Forest finished eighth, N.C. State ninth and Duke finished 10th.
Reigning champions Georgia Tech won the Championships for the sixth time in seven years in dramatic fashion, beating Clemson in a two-hole playoff to capture the title at 19-under 845.