ACC Men’s Soccer Championship This Week in Cary

ACC Men’s Soccer Championship This Week in Cary

November, 09, 2009 , by Jedidiah

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#7 NC State vs. #5 Virginia in ACC Men’s Soccer Championship, Sunday at 1pm.

The ACC Men’s Soccer Championship is coming to the Raleigh area (technically Cary) this week. Starting on Tuesday, all of the ACC teams will play a single elimination tournament. The tournament will take place at WakeMed Soccer Park and will last until Sunday.

Tickets range from $30 All-Session Packages to $15 for a Single-Session Pass. All tickets for Tuesdays qualifying match between #8 Virginia Tech and. #9 Clemson are $5 and all college students are free to all matches with their College ID. You can purchase tickets here.

In related news, the Carolina Railhawks are also having tryouts at the same location in December.

Tournament Schedule:

First Round - Tuesday, November 10

1 p.m. - #8 Virginia Tech vs. #9 Clemson

Quarterfinal Round - Wednesday, November 11

Noon - #4 Maryland vs. #5 Virginia
2:30 p.m. - #3 Boston College vs. #6 Duke
5:30p.m. - #1 Wake Forest vs. Virginia Tech/Clemson Winner
8 p.m. - 2 North Carolina vs. #7 NC State

Semifinal Round - Friday, November 13

5:30 p.m. - Semifinal 1
8 p.m. - Semifinal 2

Championship Final - Sunday, November 15

1 p.m. - Championship Match








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  • ncmyk
    11/10 11:51 AM

    ACC soccer is some of the best in the nation!  There are actually 14-15 year old kids coming from states like Maryland and Virginia just to get some face time with the college recruiters that are going to be at this event.

    WakeMed Soccer park is a secret gem of our area.

  • Nordy
    11/10 01:00 PM

    Word…I’ll be there (and if this year’s attendance is like last year’s, I’ll be quite lonely).

  • Jen
    11/10 01:05 PM

    WakeMed Soccer Park is an incredible sports arena and we have some of the nation’s best soccer teams in the local area. I hope that some more people make it out to the games this year - given the size of our youth soccer leagues, it’s surprising how low attendance has been in the past.

  • RB
    11/10 02:37 PM

    i would disagree that this even will be a place to get face time with college recruiters.  coaches do the recruiting and they will be busy coaching.

  • David
    11/10 04:36 PM

    When I was a kid and Davidson hosted the ACC games the stadium would be absolutely packed.

  • JPB
    11/12 11:30 AM

    It sure is a shame UNC-CH lost in OT last night.  A real shame.

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