Greensboro resident and former High Point Enterprise columnist Steve Phillips, is on the scene in Durham and he is on top of the situation…..Steve worked for many years with Benny Phillips, Tom Berry, Steve Hauf and others at the Enterprise and he has been the media leader/contact in The ACC offices, at Grandover now for the past few years and he works closely these days with former News and Record staffer Bill Hass, on ACC features and game coverage….
The WORD from our good friends at The ACC.com/www.theacc.com:
DURHAM, N.C. – The Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship Committee has announced that the Virginia/Miami game will resume at 6 p.m. this evening (weather permitting) at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The game was interrupted by a severe thunderstorm in the bottom of the second inning with Miami leading 2-0.
The committee also decided that the North Carolina/Wake Forest game, originally scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, will be played following the completion of the Virginia/Miami game.
The game between Florida State and Georgia Tech, originally scheduled for 3 p.m. this afternoon, has been moved to a 9 a.m. starting time on Saturday, May 28, 2011. Tickets for Friday’s Florida State/Georgia Tech game will be honored on Saturday.
The three games scheduled for Saturday – Clemson/NC State, Miami/Wake Forest and Virginia/North Carolina – will be played in their original order following the Florida State/Georgia Tech game. There will be a 40-minute intermission between each game.
The ACC’s Regional Sports Network television partners will continue to provide live coverage of all remaining games.
Stay tuned to theACC.com for continued updates on game times and television coverage of the 2011 ACC Baseball Championship. For ticket information please call the Durham Bulls Ticket Office at 919-956-BULL.