Game Notes and Attendance #’s for 2014 ACC Baseball Tournament Championship Week at NewBridge Bank Park

Posted by Andy Durham on May 26, 2014 at 11:34 am under College | Comments are off for this article

Courtesy of Brian Kuppelweiser ACC offices:
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GAME 15
SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 – CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
NO. 9 GEORGIA TECH (36-25) 9
NO. 6 MARYLAND (36-21) 4

2014 ACC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MAY 20-25 • GREENSBORO, N.C. • NEWBRIDGE BANK PARK

             1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H  E 
Georgia Tech 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 = 9 13 0
Maryland     0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 = 4 9  1

Attendance: 4,186
WP: Jonathan Roberts, Georgia Tech (1-2)S: –
LP: Kevin Mooney, Maryland (1-2)
HR: Blake Schmit, Maryland (1), 2nd (0 on)

Matt Gonzalez had a game-high four hits, including two doubles and an RBI and A.J. Murray added three hits and three RBIs as Georgia Tech rallied to capture its second ACC title in three years, and ninth overall, with a 9-4 win over Maryland in the championship game of the 41st annual ACC Tournament.

Senior Matt Roberts pitched a scoreless seventh inning to pick up his first win of the year and third of his career.

In becoming the lowest seed to win the ACC Tournament, the ninth-seeded Yellow Jackets pounded out seven doubles against five Terp pitchers, tying for the second most in ACC Tournament history.

Georgia Tech senior pitcher Dusty Isaacs was named as the 2014 Tournament MVP … in becoming the ninth Yellow Jacket to win the award, Isaacs had one win and two saves, pitching 8 1/3 scoreless innings.

In five ACC Tournament games, Georgia Tech batted .306, turned nine double plays and did not committ an error.

With his second-inning home run, Maryland shortstop Blake Schmit became the fourth player to hit his first home run of the season during this year’s ACC Tournament … Schmit has hit safely in 18 of his last 23 games.

After hitting only 13 home runs in 53 regular season games, Maryland hit six in four ACC Tournament games.

The Yellow Jackets improve to 77-55 in ACC Tournament play while the Terrapins drop to 19-54.

The six-day, 15-game attendance total of 57,343 is the fifth-highest in tournament annals.Tournament

Home Runs
1-Skye Bolt, UNC (3)
2-Ryan Deitrich, Duke (8)
3-Dale Carey, Miami (7)
4-Justin Gonzalez, FSU (3)
5-John Nogowski, FSU (5)
6-Charlie White, Md. (2)
7-Derek Fisher, UVa (3)
8-Lamonte Wade, Md. (1)
9-Kevin Martir, Md. (3)
10-Lamonte Wade, Md. (2)
11-Joe McCarthy, UVa (6)
12-Ryan Deitrich, Duke (9)
13-Andy Perez, Duke (2)
14-Jordan Betts, Duke (5)
15-Jon McGibbon, Clem. (3)
16-Mott Hyde, GT (4)
17-Wood Myers, UNC (1)
18-Cristian Perez, Duke (1)
19-Zack Collins, Miami (9)
20-Kevin Martir, Md. (4)
21-Brandon Downes, UVa (7)
22-Blake Schmit, Md. (1)

Results & AttendanceTuesday (8,036)
North Carolina 4, NC State 3 5,822
Georgia Tech 5, Wake Forest 3 2,214

Wednesday (10,699/18,735)
Clemson 5, Duke 3 3,492
Georgia Tech 6, Miami 3 2,469
Florida State 7, North Carolina 1 4,738

Thursday (9,407/28,142)
Maryland 7, Virginia 6 3,408
Duke 6, Georgia Tech 0 2,582
Clemson 3, Miami 2 3,417

Friday (12,173/40,315)
Maryland 5, Florida State 3 3,531
Georgia Tech 3, Clemson 0 2,859
Virginia 3, North Carolina 2 5,783

Saturday (12,842/53,157)
Miami 6, Duke 5 (12) 3,572
North Carolina 13, Maryland 7 3,972
Florida State 6, Virginia 4 5,298

Sunday (4,186/57,343)
Georgia Tech 9, Maryland 4 4,186

2014 All-ACC Tournament
C Kevin Martir, Md.
1B LaMonte Wade, Md.
2B Mott Hyde, GT
3B Landon Lassiter, UNC
SS Blake Schmit, Md.
OF Ryan Deitrich, Duke
OF Daniel Spingola, GT
OF Dale Carey, UM
UT/DH Nick Howard, UVa
P Drew Van Orden, Duke
P Dusty Isaacs, GT

Tournament MVP
Dusty Isaacs, Georgia Tech


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