ACC Baseball: Pitt was league's only loser in mid-week games

Miami carries nation-best 14-game winning streak into home series against Notre Dame

Clemson left fielder Jay Baum (13) makes a diving catch of a ball hit by Coastal Carolina shortstop Michael Paez (1) in the third inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday.

Clemson left fielder Jay Baum (13) makes a diving catch of a ball hit by Coastal Carolina shortstop Michael Paez (1) in the third inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday.

Eleven ACC teams are coming off midweek victories going into their weekend series - the lone exceptions being Virginia and NC State, who had their only games rained out, and Pittsburgh, which matches up with Clemson tonight at 6 p.m.

The Panthers (16-20, 8-10) dropped a 4-1 decision to Kent State on Wednesday. The Tigers (22-14, 10-7) are coming off a 9-6 victory over Coastal Carolina.

In other Wednesday games, Boston College edged UMass-Lowell 7-6, Maryland defeated Navy 11-4, Duke was an 11-2 winner over NC Central, North Carolina topped Elon 5-4, Wake Forest beat Appalachian State 4-2 and Miami defeated Florida Atlantic 2-1.

On Tuesday, Florida State beat Jacksonville 6-1, Virginia Tech edged Liberty 4-3, and Georgia Tech was a 4-1 winner over Georgia.

This weekend's series include Duke (21-17, 9-9) at Virginia Tech (18-17-1, 7-11), UNC (22-15, 9-9) at Virginia (30-6, 14-4), FSU (28-8, 14-4) at Wake Forest (24-15, 11-7), Georgia Tech (24-14, 10-8) at Maryland (22-13, 7-10), Boston College (12-24, 3-13) at NC State (20-15, 6-12), and Notre Dame (15-21, 3-15) at Miami (26-12, 14-4).

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