On ACC All ACCess This Week: March 3

March 2, 2011

  • Thursday, March 3 at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
  • Saturday, March 5 at 11:30 a.m. on SportSouth
  • The Virginia Tech men captured their first ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship, and the Clemson women won their second straight ACC championship and their third overall. ACC All Access reviews the competition from Rector Field House in Blacksburg, Virginia.

    With both the Virginia men's and women's swimming teams each having won four consecutive ACC titles, the senior classes have been conference champions all four years of their college careers. Head coach Mark Bernardino is in his 33rd year with the Cavaliers and has won 23 combined ACC Championships. ACC All Access features these highly successful teams and finds out what motivates them to accomplish great things.

    With the ACC Women's Basketball Tournament beginning Thursday, Mike Hogewood and Debbie Antonelli offer a preview of the games, including commentary on why Duke is the favorite to win and why North Carolina needs a deep ACC Tournament run to get a bid to the NCAA Tournament.

    Virginia Tech needed a signature win to impress the NCAA Tournament selection committee and may have accomplished that with their 64-60 win over then top-ranked Duke on Saturday night. Mike Hogewood comments on the Hokies' chances of receiving an invite to the big dance in his Hog Blog.

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