ACC releases women's conference basketball opponents for the next two seasons

Find out who the Hokies are going to play and where.

Virginia Tech v Louisville
Virginia Tech v Louisville / Andy Lyons/GettyImages

Just like the men, things are going to look different in the ACC beginning next season. The conference is expanding with the additions of Stanford, California, and SMU. Thursday night, the conference announced the 2024-25 men’s and women’s basketball opponents and there are a lot of one-time opponents on everyone’s schedule. Also being released with the opponents was the conference opponent's format in terms of scheduling. 

Under the new format, unlike the men, the women only get one common yearly home and away opponent and as no surprise for Virginia Tech, it's Virginia. The women only play 18 conference games a year compared to the men who play 20.

Next season, California, Florida State, Louisville, Notre Dame, SMU, Stanford, Syracuse, and Wake Forest will come to Blacksburg, while the Hokies will travel to Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Pittsburgh. The following season, the site will be reversed except for Virginia, who the Hokies will play twice.

Like Virginia Tech men, there is still plenty for the women to play for this season. They close out the regular season Sunday night in Charlottesville against Virginia before the ACC Tournament begins next week in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Hokies are the top seed in the tournament this season as they look to defend their 2023 championship against some of the top teams in the country. In his latest bracketology at ESPN, Charlie Creme has nine ACC teams in the women's NCAA Tournament field, the most of any conference.