ACC connects a record with three series Tournament No. 1 of the NCAA: Augusta Free Press

ACC ACCESSThere are seven ACP teams – including three regional seeds. 1 – connected to Basketball Tournament Division I of the 2019 NCAA.

No seeds donated. 1 on each of ACC Duke's (29-5) champions and the joint winners of the Virginia (29-3) and North Carolina (27-6) seasons when the 68-team field revealed on Sunday afternoon, marking just the second time three conferences gave one of the three spots on top of the regional brackets. Great East earned three seed No. 1 in 2009.

Other members of the Florida State league (27-7), Virginia Tech (24-8), Louisville (20-13) and Syracuse (20-13) are in the NCAA area this year along with Blue Devils, Cavaliers and Tar Heels. .

North Carolina will be No seeds. 1 for excellent 17th time by the NCAA. The seed is No. 1 the 13th and seventh for Virginia. No 40 regional seeds No. 1 the FPS each of the conferences.

This is the sixth time the ACC has put at least seven teams in the NCAA Tournament area. Nine from the conference won tenders in 2017 and 2018. Seven ACP teams carried out the field in 2007, 2009 and 2016.

As the overall primary sale, the Duke landed in the Eastern Region and opens Friday's play in Columbia, South Carolina, against the winner of the “first four” plain between North Dakota (18-15) and North Carolina Central (18-). 15). The Blue Devils are playing in the NCAA Competition for the 24th consecutive season and the 43rd overall. Duke 111-37 is in the NCAA Championship in 1991, 1992, 2001, 2010 and 2015. Mike Krzyzewski is the NCAA's pioneer coach in the competitions, adding 94-29 entries into his previous 34 NCAA appearances with Blue Devils.

Duke joins the NCAA Championship Championship for New York for the 21st century.

Virginia is the seed No. 1 in the Southern Region for the second consecutive year and will open play in Columbia on Friday against No. 16 Gardner-Webb (23-11). The Cavaliers will be making the 23rd appearance of the NCAA Tournament, their sixth most recent split and seventh in the last eight years under current head coach, Tony Bennett. Virginia has always been 29-22 times in the NCAAs, including the fourth final appearance in 1981 and 1984. The seed is No. 1 the fourth in the last six seasons for the Cavaliers.

North Carolina Seed No. 1 in the Mid-West Region. The Tar Heels opens Friday in Columbus, Ohio, against seeds No. 16 (17-15). UNC is set for the 50th appearance in the NCAA Competition. The Tar Heels has an all-time record of 124-46 in the competition with the NCAA Championships in 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009 and 2017. The last three national titles led by the current head coach, Roy Williams, are leading. . the Rescue heels to the NCAA Tournament for the 15th time in 16 seasons.

The ACC Tournament is runner-up of Florida State (27-7) back in the NCAA Tournament area for the third year in a row. The seminars are launched with No. No. 4 in the West to accept seed No. 13 of Vermont (27-6) Friday in Hartford, Connecticut. Florida State 19-16 in 16 has previously appeared at the NCAA and will be making its seventh trip to the competition under the current coach Leonard Hamilton.

Virginia Tech drew the seed No. 4 in the Eastern Region and facing St. Louis (23-12) Friday in San Jose, California. The 11th will appear at the Hokies and the third will be just below the current head coach Buzz Williams. Virginia Tech has an NCAA mark of 6-10 always.

Louisville will be 39th in the NCAA contest, which faces Minnesota (21-13) No. 10 in the East Region's first round competition on Thursday, March 21, at Fargo Arena Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. No seed. 7, Louisville has achieved its 20-13 record and is facing the nation's third most difficult schedule.

Seed no. The Western Region's Tournament pitch for the 40th time and for the 34th led by current coach Jim Boeheim appeared in the Western Region. The Orange will face seed No. 9 Baylor (19-13) No. Thursday in Salt Lake City, Utah. Syracuse has a full-time mark of 68-39 in the NCAA Competition, including the 2003 national title.

The ACC is the largest conference in the history of NCAA Tournament with a winning percentage .657 and is the only congress in the nation that there was no record lost in NCAA tournament drama since 1987. Together teams are the 59-year series and four teams in the Final and claiming two national titles during that period (Duke in 2015 and North Carolina in 2017).

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