2012 ACC Baseball Tournament Scores: Day 1 Comes To A Close

The opening round of the 2012 ACC baseball tournament kicked off on Wednesday with three games.

Georgia Tech Vs. Florida State, Yellow Jackets win 5-4: Florida State fell behind five runs in the top of the fifth inning, and the Seminoles could not complete a comeback and lost their first game of the tournament, 5-4 on Wednesday to Georgia Tech.

Miami Vs. N.C. State, Hurricanes lose on walk-off 3-2: The Hurricanes took an early lead in the game in the top of the sixth inning, scoring two runs. N.C. State answered in the bottom of the inning, cutting the lead in half to 2-1. With the bases loaded up and the game tied 2-2, reliever Eric Nedeljkovic walked in the game winning run.

Wake Forest Vs. North Carolina, Tar Heels bank Deacons 6-0: North Carolina got off to a great start in the ACC tournament, shutting out Wake Forest in a 6-0 victory. A four-run third inning was all the Tar Heels needed to walk away with the win as the Deacons offense was shut down.

For more on the 2012 ACC Baseball Tournament, be sure to follow this StoryStream here at SB Nation DC. For more on the Virginia Cavaliers, check out Streaking The Lawn, SB Nation's UVA blog.

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