With the exception of the Georgia Tech Aquatics Center, each of the sites announced on Tuesday will be hosting an ACC Championship for the first time. Georgia Tech welcomed the ACC Swimming and Diving Championships most recently in 2015 and also served as the host school for the events in 2005, 2008 and 2011.
Charleston’s 5,100-seat MUSC Health Stadium is now the host site for both the ACC women’s and men’s soccer title games. The stadium will first play host to the ACC Women’s Soccer Championship semifinals and finals on Nov. 4 and 6, with the field consisting of the four teams that advance from quarterfinal matches on campus sites the previous weekend. This will mark the second year that the ACC Women’s Soccer Championship is held in the state of South Carolina and the first since Clemson hosted the event in 1996.
The 2016 ACC Men’s Soccer Championship, which will feature first-round games, quarterfinals and semifinals at campus sites, will bring its championship match to Charleston on Sunday, Nov. 13.
Women’s Soccer Championship tickets are priced at $10 for both Friday’s two-game semifinal session and Sunday’s final. Fans may also purchase a $20 ticket that will grant admission to the women’s semifinals and both the women’s and men’s championship games. Youth (18 and under) will be admitted free, as well as any ACC student showing a valid school ID. Please see the following link: http://theacc.co/soc16tix for more information.
Both ACC Golf Championships are relocating to courses affiliated with McConnell Golf, which owns 14 courses in the Carolinas and Tennessee, and has previously welcomed the conference at two of its other facilities.
Opened July 29, 2016, the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College is the nation's largest single-surface facility with over 50 courts across 30 acres. This city-owned facility was built on property donated by Berry College and is located less than one mile from the main campus.
Louisville Slugger Field, which opened in 2000, boasts a seating capacity of 13,131. Home to the Louisville Bats’ minor league team, the stadium played host to the 2008 Triple-A All-Star Game and features 32 private suites in addition to second-level club seating.
The unveiling of the new championship sites follows last week’s announcement that the Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game will be played Dec. 3 at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium. Eight states within the ACC footprint are now scheduled to host at least one conference championship in 2016-17.
The ACC will announce additional details, including ticket information for all championships, at a future date. Please continue to check theACC.com.
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The Atlantic Coast Conference, now in its 64th year of competition and 15 members strong, has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. ACC members Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest continue to build upon the cornerstones on which the league was founded in 1953 with a consistent balance of academics, athletics and integrity. The ACC currently sponsors 27 NCAA sports – 14 for women and 13 for men – with member institutions located in 10 states. For more information, visit theACC.com and follow @theACC on Twitter and on Facebook (facebook.com/theACC).