ACC Men's Soccer Tournament Brackets
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GREENSBORO, N.C. - The 2000 ACC Men's Soccer Championship will be held at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C, at Spry Stadium starting on Saturday, Nov. 9. Get updated recaps, stats and more following the end of the games.
Thursday November 9:
Seed #2 vs. Seed #7 -- 3:00 p.m.
Seed #3 vs. Seed #6 -- 5:30 p.m.
Seed #4 vs. Seed #5 -- 8:00 p.m.
Friday November 10:
Winner 2/7 vs. Winner 3/6 -- 5:30 p.m.
Seed #1 vs. Winner 4/5 -- 8:00 p.m.
Sunday November 12:
Championship Game -- 3:30 p.m. (*TV)
Game will be televised by Home Team Sports, Fox Sports South and
All tournament books:
Adults - $20
Students/Youth/Senior Citizens - $10
Groups (10 or more) - $8 each
Ages 2 and under - Free
Single Day Sales:
Adults - $12
Students/Youth/Senior Citizens - $5
Groups (10 or more) - $4 each
Ages 2 and under - Free
1999 TOURNAMENT RESULTS
Winston-Salem, NC - Spry Stadium
#5 UNC 1, #4 Clemson 0 (2 OT)
#7 Virginia 2, #2 Maryland 0
#3 Wake Forest 2, #6 NC State 1
#1 Duke 4, #5 UNC 0
#7 Virginia 2, #3 Wake Forest 1
#1 Duke 2, #7 Virginia 1 (3 OT)
1999 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Ryan Trout - Virginia
Robert Russell - Duke
Sheldon Barnes - Virginia
Kyle Martino - Virginia
Ali Curtis - Duke
Bobby Gehring - Wake Forest
Nii Amar Amamoo - Duke
Jeff Haywood - Duke
Trevor Perea - Duke
Donald McIntosh - Duke
*Troy Garner - Duke
* Tournament MVP
|Year ||Champion || Runner-Up ||Site|
|1987 ||UNC ||NC State ||Durham, NC|
|1988 ||Virginia ||UNC ||Clemson, SC|
|1989 ||Wake Forest ||Duke ||Durham, NC|
|1990 ||NC State ||Virginia ||Durham, NC|
|1991 ||Virginia ||Wake Forest ||Chapel Hill, NC|
|1992 ||Virginia ||Clemson ||Chapel Hill, NC|
|1993 ||Virginia ||Clemson ||Chapel Hill, NC|
|1994 ||Virginia ||Duke ||Clemson, SC|
|1995 ||Virginia ||Clemson ||Durham, NC|
|1996 ||Maryland ||Virginia ||Charlottesville, VA|
|1997 ||Virginia ||Maryland ||Orlando, FL|
|1998 ||Clemson ||Duke ||Winston-Salem, NC|
|1999 ||Duke ||Virginia ||Winston-Salem, NC|
TOURNAMENT NOTES In the ACC tournament's 13 year history, the host team has never won.
The host team has reached the finals only once (1996, Virginia).
In the 1999 tournament, the highest seed, Duke, and the lowest seed,
Virginia, played in the finals.
Every team in the ACC has won an ACC tournament but only Virginia (7)
has won it more than once.
Wake Forest is hosting the tournament for the third year in a row.
This will be the third time Winston-Salem has been the home of the ACC
Tournament. Only Durham (4) has hosted the event more times.