2000 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament
|2000 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament|
|Format||Play-in round followed by eight-team double elimination|
|Champions||Georgia Tech (5th title)|
|Winning coach||Danny Hall (1st title)|
|MVP||Jason Basil (Georgia Tech)|
|1999 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings|
|#2 Florida State †y||22||–||2||.917||57||–||14||.803|
|#10 Wake Forest ‡y||16||–||7||.696||47||–||16||.746|
|#13 Clemson y||13||–||10||.565||42||–||27||.609|
|#28 North Carolina y||13||–||11||.542||41||–||18||.695|
|NC State y||11||–||13||.458||37||–||25||.597|
|† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1999; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
The 2000 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament was held at the Knights Stadium in Fort Mill, SC from May 16th through May 21st. Georgia Tech won the tournament and earned the Atlantic Coast Conference's automatic bid to the 2000 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.
- The two teams with the worst records in regular season conference play faced each other in a single elimination situation to earn the 8th spot in the conference tournament.
On Saturday (The Semifinals) of the ACC Baseball Tournament, the match-up between the four remaining teams is determined by previous opponents. If teams have played previously in the tournament, every attempt will be made to avoid a repeat match-up between teams, regardless of seed. If it is impossible to avoid a match-up that already occurred, then the determination is based on avoiding the most recent, current tournament match-up, regardless of seed. If no match-ups have occurred, the team left in the winners bracket will play the lowest seeded team from the losers bracket.
|1st Round||2nd Round||3rd Round|
|6||NC State||5||4||Wake Forest||3|
|2B||Marshall McDougall||Florida State|
|C||Bryan Prince||Georgia Tech|
|OF||Jason Basil||Georgia Tech|
|OF||Brad Stockton||Georgia Tech|
|P||Cory Vance||Georgia Tech|
|MVP||Jason Basil||Georgia Tech|
(*)Denotes Unanimous Selection
- "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1999". Boyd's World. Retrieved May 16, 2015.