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Hokies Look to Keep Rolling at ACC Tournament Friday vs. Clemson

No. 18 Virginia Tech Hokies (37-19, 16-14) vs. No. 25 Clemson Tigers (37-20, 18-12)

Time: 4 p.m. EDT
Date: Friday, May 27, 2010
Place: NewBridge Bank Park (7,499), Greensboro, N.C.
TV: The Comcast Network, FSN South (DTV 646, Dish 420)
Radio: XM 190, Sirius 215

Live Stats | VT Notes | CU Notes

Probable Starters
VT: RH Mathew Price (7-3, 4.50)
CU: RH Scott Weismann (6-2, 5.09)

Previous Meetings (at CU)
March 19: CU 3, VT 0
March 20 G1: CU 5, VT 2
March 20 G2: CU 13, VT 8

Starting Pitchers: Price is 5-1, 3.69 in 11 appearances (9 starts) in ACC play and Weismann is 3-2, 5.66 in 10 starts against ACC opponents ... Price's two relief outings during ACC play both came against the Tigers ... he gave up one unearned run on one hit over 4.2 IP while walking three and striking out four in games one and three of that series ... Weismann started the third game of the series and earned the win to go to 3-0 on the season by going 6.0 IP and giving up two runs, one earned on six hits with a walk and seven strikeouts ... he left the game with Clemson ahead, 7-2.

Trends: The Hokies beat Georgia Tech, 6-2, Thursday night to go to 1-0 in the tournament ... it was the Hokies' first ever ACC tournament win and broke a four-game losing streak ... Clemson is 0-1 in the tournament after losing to NC State, 13-8, Wednesday night ... Clemson is now 4-6 in the ACC tournament since it switched to pool play in 2007 ... the Tigers have lost five of their last seven ACC tournament games ... the Hokies have lost four in a row against Clemson and are 3-15 against the Tigers since joining the ACC in 2005 ... in the three-game series earlier this year, Clemson hit .309 (29-94) against Tech pitching while Hokie batters hit .233 (24-103).

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