2014 ACC Women's Basketball Tournament

The 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Basketball Tournament was the postseason women's basketball tournament for the Atlantic Coast Conference, held from March 5–9, 2014, in Greensboro, North Carolina, at the Greensboro Coliseum. This was the first ACC Tournament to include 15 teams, a result of the conference adding Syracuse, Pitt, and Notre Dame, and also the last to involve Maryland, which will leave the ACC in July 2014 to join the Big Ten Conference.

2014 ACC Women's Basketball Tournament
2014 ACC Women's Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, NC
ClassificationDivision I
Season201314
Teams15
SiteGreensboro Coliseum
Greensboro, North Carolina
ChampionsNotre Dame (1st title)
Winning coachMuffet McGraw (1st title)
MVPJewell Loyd (Notre Dame)
TelevisionESPN, ESPNU, RSN
2013–14 ACC women's basketball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#2 Notre Dame160 1.000  371  .974
#9 Duke124 .750  287  .800
#11 Maryland124 .750  287  .800
#16 NC State115 .688  258  .758
Syracuse106 .625  2310  .697
#12 North Carolina106 .625  2710  .730
Georgia Tech97 .563  2012  .625
Miami (FL)88 .500  1615  .516
Florida State79 .438  2112  .636
Virginia610 .375  1417  .452
Wake Forest511 .313  1516  .484
Virginia Tech412 .250  1416  .467
Clemson412 .250  1319  .406
Pittsburgh313 .188  1120  .355
Boston College313 .188  1219  .387
2014 ACC Tournament winner
As of 8 April 2014; Rankings from AP Poll]][1][2]

Seeds

2014 ACC Women's Basketball Tournament seeds and results
Seed School Conf. Over. Tiebreaker
1 ‡-Notre Dame 16-0 29-0
2 †-Duke 12-4 25-5 1-0 vs. Maryland
3 †-Maryland 12-4 24-5 0-1 vs. Duke
4 †-NC State 11-5 24-6
5 #-Syracuse 10-6 21-8 1-0 v. North Carolina
6 #-North Carolina 10-6 22-8 0-1 vs. Syracuse
7 #-Georgia Tech 9-7 19-10
8 #-Miami (FL) 8-8 16-13
9 #-Florida State 7-9 19-10
10 Virginia 6-10 13-16
11 Wake Forest 5-11 14-15
12 Virginia Tech 4-12 14-15 1-0 vs. Clemson
13 Clemson 4-12 12-18 0-1 vs. Virginia Tech
14 Pittsburgh 3-13 11-19 1-0 vs. Boston College
15 Boston College 3-13 12-18 0-1 vs. Pitt
‡ – ACC regular season champions, and tournament No. 1 seed.
† – Received a double-bye in the conference tournament.
# – Received a single-bye in the conference tournament.
Overall records include all games played in the ACC Tournament.

Schedule

Session Game Time* Matchup# Television Attendance
First Round – Wednesday, March 5
Opening
day
1
1 pm
#12 Virginia Tech vs #13 Clemson
RSN
4,440
2
3:30 pm
#10 Virginia vs #15 Boston College
3
6:30 pm
#11 Wake Forest vs #14 Pittsburgh
4,950
Second Round – Thursday, March 6
1
4
11 am
#5 Syracuse vs #13 Clemson
RSN
4,026
5
2 pm
#8 Miami vs #9 Florida State
2
6
6 pm
#7 Georgia Tech vs #10 Virginia
5,941
7
8 pm
#6 North Carolina vs #11 Wake Forest
Quarterfinals – Friday, March 7
3
8
noon
#4 NC State vs #5 Syracuse
RSN
4,506
9
2 pm
#1 Notre Dame vs #9 Florida State
4
10
6 pm
#2 Duke 82 vs #7 Georgia Tech
6,949
11
8 pm
#3 Maryland vs #6 North Carolina
Semifinals – Saturday, March 8
5
12
5 pm
#1 Notre Dame vs #4 NC State
ESPNU
8,169
13
7:30 pm
Game #2 Duke vs #6 North Carolina
Championship Game – Sunday, March 9
6
14
7 pm
#1Notre Dame vs #2 Duke
ESPN
8,190
*Game Times in ET. #-Rankings denote tournament seed

Bracket

  First Round
Wednesday, March 5
FSN
Second Round
Thursday, March 6
FSN
Quarterfinals
Friday, March 7
FSN
Semifinals
Saturday, March 8
ESPNU
Championship Game
Sunday, March 9
ESPN
                                               
1 Notre Dame 83  
    9 Florida State 57  
8 Miami 67
9 Florida State 72OT  
  1 Notre Dame 83  
  4 NC State 48  
4 NC State 79
    5 Syracuse 63  
5 Syracuse 63
    13 Clemson 53  
12 Virginia Tech 56
13 Clemson 69  
1 Notre Dame 69
2 Duke 53
2 Duke 82  
    7 Georgia Tech 52  
7 Georgia Tech 77
    10 Virginia 76  
10 Virginia 74
15 Boston College 59  
  2 Duke 66
  6 North Carolina 61  
3 Maryland 70
    6 North Carolina 73  
6 North Carolina 69
    11 Wake Forest 65  
11 Wake Forest 72
14 Pittsburgh 58  

OT denotes overtime game

Awards and honors

Tournament MVP: Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame

All-Tournament Teams:

See also

References

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