ACC Women's Basketball Tournament bracket if the season ended today

The 2023-24 ACC women's basketball tournament is just over a month away, but if the season started today, these would be the pairings.

Clemson v Virginia Tech
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Now that the calendar has turned to February, before you know it, March will be here and it will be time for men’s and women’s conference basketball tournaments. The ACC Women’s Tournament is going to be held from March 6-10 at the Greensboro Coliseum. This will be one of, if not the best, conference tournaments to be played during that week as a team playing early in the tournament could be playing for a spot in the NCAA Tournament later that month.

Virginia Tech is the defending tournament champion after winning it last March, but this season, and as it is every season, it’s a wide-open tournament and it would not be surprising to see anyone win it. With that said, here is what those matchups would look like if the regular season ended today.

First Round

Wednesday, March 6

Game 1: No. 12: Clemson vs. No. 13: Virginia

Game 2: No. 10: Georgia Tech vs. No. 15: Wake Forest

Game 3: No. 11: Boston College vs. No. 14: Pittsburgh

Second Round

Thursday, March 7

Game 4: No. 5: North Carolina vs. Game 1 winner

Game 5: No. 8: Duke vs. No. 9 Miami

Game 6: No. 7: Florida State vs. Game 2 winner

Game 7: No. 6: Notre Dame vs. Game 3 winner

Quarterfinals

Friday, March 8

Game 8: No. 4: Syracuse vs. Game 5 winner

Game 9: No. 1: Louisville vs. Game 4 winner

Game 10: No. 2: Virginia Tech vs. Game 6 winner

Game 11: No. 3: North Carolina State vs. Game 7 winner

These pairings are going to change and will look nothing like what they are now, however, a multi-game losing streak can really tumble a team down the standings. According to Charlie Creme and his latest ESPN bracketology, he has the ACC with nine potential teams making the NCAA Tournament, which shows just how deep of a conference it is and why it’s one of the more anticipated postseason tournaments in women’s college basketball.

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