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ACC Tournament History

Year Opponent ResultScoreSiteRound
1989North CarolinaL5-7Chapel Hill, N.C.%SF
1990 DukeW18-13Charlottesville, Va.@SF
North CarolinaL6-10Charlottesville, Va.@F
1991MarylandL9-10Durham, N.C.SF
1992North CarolinaL5-14College Park, Md.SF
1993MarylandL8-9 (OT)College Park, Md.SF
1994Duke W19-13Charlottesville, Va.@SF
North CarolinaL7-15Charlottesville, Va.#F
1995DukeL10-17Chapel Hill, N.C.SF
1996MarylandW13-9Charlottesville, Va.#SF
North CarolinaL11-13Charlottesville, Va.#F
1997North CarolinaW17-13Charlottesville, Va.#SF
DukeW12-6Charlottesville, Va.#F
1998DukeW11-9Charlottesville, Va.#SF
MarylandL11-14Charlottesville, Va.#F
1999MarylandW15-6Chapel Hill, N.C.SF
DukeW8-7Chapel Hill, N.C.F
2000North CarolinaW17-16 (2OT) College Park, Md.SF
Maryland W11-7College Park, Md.F
2001MarylandL8-12Disney Complex, Fla.SF
2002North CarolinaW10-3Durham, N.C.SF
DukeL13-14Durham, N.C.F
2003North CarolinaW13-12 (OT)Charlottesville, Va.#SF
DukeW12-6Charlottesville, Va.#F
2004North CarolinaW11-9Chapel Hill, N.C.SF
MarylandL11-12Chapel Hill, N.C.F
2005MarylandL7-8 (OT)Baltimore, Md. !SF
2006MarylandW11-5Baltimore, Md. !F
2007MarylandW11-10Durham, N.C.SF
DukeL9-12Durham, N.C.F
2008MarylandW11-8Charlottesville, Va.#SF
DukeL9-11Charlottesville, Va.#F
2009DukeL5-16Chapel Hill, N.C.SF
2010DukeW16-12College Park, Md.SF
MarylandW10-6College Park, Md.F
2011DukeL10-19Durham, N.C.SF
2012North CarolinaL9-11Charlottesville, Va.SF
2013MarylandW13-6Chapel Hill, N.C.%SF
North CarolinaL13-16Chapel Hill, N.C.%F

Key to sites: @ Scott Stadium; # Klöckner Stadium; % Kenan Stadium, ! M&T Bank Stadium

ACC All-Tournament Team Selections

1992
Perry Frazer (A)

1993
Tony Nugent (M)

1994
David Jones (M)
Craig Ronald (D)
Michael Watson (A)

1995
Doug Knight (A)

1996
Doug Knight (A)
Tommy Smith (D)
Michael Watson (A)
Tim Whiteley (A)

1997
David Curry (M)
Chris Sanderson (G)
Tommy Smith (D)
Doug Knight (A) - MVP
David Wren (M)

1998
Ryan Curtis (D)
Jay Jalbert (A)
Drew McKnight (A)
Drew Melchionni (M)
Tucker Radebaugh (A)

1999
Ryan Curtis (D)
Hanley Holcomb (M)
Jay Jalbert (M) - MVP
Tucker Radebaugh (A)
Court Weisleder (D)

2000
Conor Gill (A) -- MVP
Jay Jalbert (M)
Mark Koontz (D)
Drew McKnight (A)
Ian Shure (A)

2001
Conor Gill (A)

2002
John Christmas (A)
Tillman Johnson (G)
A.J. Shannon (M)
Joe Yevoli (A)

2003
David Burman (D)
Billy Glading (M) -- MVP
Brett Hughes (D)
Tillman Johnson (G)
Chris Rotelli (M)
Joe Yevoli (A)

2004
Brett Hughes (D)
Matt Ward (A)
Joe Yevoli (A)

2005
John Christmas (A)
Michael Culver (D)

2006
Michael Culver (D) -- MVP
Kyle Dixon (M)
Danny Glading (A)
Matt Poskay (M)
Ben Rubeor (A)
Kip Turner (G)
Matt Ward (A)

2007
Garrett Billings (A)
Ben Rubeor (A)
Ricky Smith (D)
Kip Turner (G)

2008
Garrett Billings (A)
Danny Glading (A)
Bud Petit (G)
Ben Rubeor (A)

2010 Rhamel Bratton (M)
Shamel Bratton (M)
Ken Clausen (D)
Adam Ghitelman (G) -- MVP
Brian McDermott (M)
Steele Stanwick (A)
Matt White (A)

2011
Colin Briggs (M)

2012
Steele Stanwick (A)

2013 Mark Cockerton (A)
Nick O'Reilly (A)
Harry Prevas (D)
Matt White (A)

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