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Weekend Diamond Reports

Yes everyone, I am alive. I didn't die or get brutally injured. I was just finishing up my finals. Major thanks to Bird for keeping things going. Now on to the important stuff.

Softball:

The GT Softball team finished up a rain shortened series with a 2-game sweep over Maryland in College Park on Saturday. The wins solidify the #1 seed for the ACC Tournament and they will face Virginia starting May 8th in Raleigh.
Note
: It's a single elimination tournament so it's literally "Win or Go Home. Go Jackets!

Here is how dominant our softball team has been this year:

Georgia Tech now concludes the regular season having won 13 straight league games and was victorious in all seven ACC series' in 2009 and 10 in a row dating back to last year. Overall, the Yellow Jackets have won 14 of their last 17 games heading into the postseason.


Baseball:

It was a warm-up weekend for the baseball team as the Jackets swept Presbyterian. Sunday was an unleashing of runs as the final score was 23-2. Biggest scare came on Saturday when we needed Jeff Rowland to hit the walk-off home run.

The weekend brought a few changes to the ACC as not everyone played teams like Presbyterian. FSU swept Virginia Tech and took complete control of the Atlantic Divison. The Seminoles have now won 12 in a row and they come to Atlanta this upcoming weekend to end the conference season and to solidify seedings for the tournament. Coastal leader North Carolina has the weekend off.

Current ACC Standings:

ATLANTIC DIVISION School Conference Pct. Overall Pct. Florida State 18-7-0 .720 33-12-0 .733 Clemson 16-11-0 .593 32-16-0 .667 Boston College 12-13-0 .480 29-19-0 .604 NC State 8-16-0 .333 22-26-0 .458 Maryland 7-20-0 .259 23-26-0 .469 Wake Forest 6-18-0 .250 21-24-0 .467 COASTAL DIVISION School Conference Pct. Overall Pct. North Carolina 16-7-0 .696 35-11-0 .761 Georgia Tech 14-7-1 .659 31-11-1 .733 Virginia 13-8-1 .614 35-9-1 .789 Miami 15-12-0 .556 31-16-0 .660 Duke 12-12-0 .500 29-17-0 .630 Virginia Tech 10-16-0 .385 27-20-0 .57
Once again, it's gonna be a huge upcoming weekend.....