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Upcoming ACC Schedule

Friday, September 23

Duke in Syracuse noon | ACCNX
Notre Dame at Florida State 6:30 pm | ACCNX
Virginia Tech at Clemson 7 p.m. ACCNX
Wake Forest at No. 13 Georgia Tech 7 pm | ACCNX
No. 2 Louisville in Miami 7 pm | ACCNX
North Carolina State in Virginia 7 pm | ACCNX
North Carolina at no. 10 Pitt 19:00 ACCNX

Sunday, September 25
Duke at Boston College 13:00 | ACCNX
North Carolina State at No. 10 Pitt 1 pm | ACCNX
Virginia Tech at No. 13 Georgia Tech 1 pm | ACCNX
North Carolina at Virginia 1:00 PM | ACCNX
Notre Dame in Miami 13:00 | ACCNX
Wake Forest at Clemson 1:00 PM | ACCNX
Louisville in the state of Florida 3 pm | ESPN

Scoring Volleyball ACC

  • Three ACC teams are ranked in the AVCA Top 25 poll (September 19). Louisville is No. 2, its highest ranking of the season: Pitt is No. 10 and Georgia Tech is No. 13.
  • The ACC leads all conferences this season with 115 non-conference wins.
  • The ACC game, which began Wednesday with Syracuse defeating Boston College, 3-2, continues with a full slate of action this weekend. Seven matches are scheduled for both Friday and Saturday. The weekend is highlighted by No. 2 Louisville’s visit to the state of Florida, which will be televised nationally on ESPN. It’s Louisville’s second game in as many weeks to air on ESPN and only the fifth regular-season women’s college volleyball game on ESPN in the past 25 years. On October 2, the Georgia Tech-Louisville game will also be on ESPN.
  • Louisville (7th) and Pitt (10th) have each faced one of the 10 toughest schedules in the nation based on winning percentage of previous opposition. Six of the Cardinals’ 10 opponents this season have been ranked and Louisville’s previous opponents have compiled a record of 67-28 (.705). Pitt’s previous opponents are 71-35 (.670), while North Carolina’s previous opponents are 71-42 (.628), the 25th-toughest schedule.
  • Louisville has the second-longest winning streak in the country against conference opponents. The Cardinals have won 29 consecutive league games. The last team to beat Louisville was Pitt on October 23, 2020.
  • After starting the season 0-2, Duke has won nine straight, making it the eighth-longest active streak in the country.
  • Four ACC teams are ranked in the top 30 nationally in batting percentage: Louisville (11th, .297), Pitt (19th, .283), Florida State (27th, .274) and Boston College (30th). °, .272). third nationally with 2.3 aces per set, and Louisville is sixth in the country with 2.97 blocks per set.
  • Louisville attacker Claire Chaussee was named this week’s GameChanger/AVCA National Player of the Week. Chaussee led the Cardinals offense in wins at No. 13 Kentucky and No. 9 Stanford. In the win at Kentucky, Chaussee had 16 kills with just three errors and a .371 batting percentage. Three days later, the Sun Prairie, Wisconsin native had 19 kills for a .310 batting percentage to defeat Stanford. She averaged 3.9 kills per game and hit .338 per week.
  • Two-time ACC Player of the Week Julia Bergmann of Georgia Tech leads the nation in points per set (6.19) and kills per set (5.52). Duke’s Gracie Johnson is fifth in aces per set (0.78).
  • Florida State’s Chris Poole and North Carolina’s Joe Sagula rank second and third, respectively, in wins among active head coaches. Poole is second in the country with 884 wins, while Sagula is third with 856 wins. Duke’s Jolene Nagel is 13th with 676 wins.
  • ACC Network will broadcast 21 conference volleyball games this season. More than 150 ACC volleyball games are scheduled for ACC Network Extra. Follow all the ACC volleyball action with up-to-date scores, schedules and standings at
  • SiriusXM produced an ACC volleyball preview show, which premiered on Thursday, August 18, and is available on demand on the SXM app. Hosted by ESPN’s Katie George, a former Louisville standout volleyball player, the show features interviews with all 15 head coaches and 19 student-athletes.
  • The ACC is poised for another breakout year after posting its most successful season in 2021. The ACC had two teams in the national semifinals for the first time in league history and its six NCAA teams tied the league record. The three ACC teams in the regional finals and the third round, and the five teams in the second round were the most in conference history.
  • Louisville was selected as the preseason favorite to win the 2022 ACC Volleyball Championship following a vote by the league’s head coaches. The Cardinals received 10 first-place votes, while Pitt got five. Pitt finished second in the voting with 185 points, followed by Georgia Tech (173), Miami (150) and Florida State (145).
  • Louisville’s five preseason All-ACC selections led the conference, while Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Pitt each had three. Miami had two players on the preseason squad and Florida State and Syracuse each had one.
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