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ACC in the NCAA: Day two roundup

Hoos struggled to close out did the rest of the ACC fare on day two?

Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Virginia put themselves in a tough situation with ECU's late comeback, forcing them into the elimination game. How did the rest of the ACC do?

Raleigh Regional

Coastal Carolina 3, NC State 0 Suspended, Top 9 (lightning) - The Wolfpack will resume play against the Chanticleers at 1230pm. NC State will have to make moves in the bottom of the ninth if they want to stay in the driver's seat.

Oxford Regional

Boston College 4, Utah 3 - The Eagles shocked the Utes with a 7th inning comeback to propel themselves into the Regional finals. Junior Johnny Adams went 2-for-4 from the plate, knocking his 14th double of the season in the process. BC held the Utes scoreless after the 5th inning. They will play at 6pm against the winner of the Tulane/Utah game.

Tallahassee Regional

Florida State 7, Southern Miss. 2  - Freshman pitcher Tyler Horton excelled in his first postseason start for the Seminoles with six strikeouts and just two earned runs. FSU is now in control in their home regional, and will play either South Alabama or Southern Miss at 6pm.

Louisville Regional

Lousiville 15, Ohio State 3 - Two, two-run home runs for Danny Rosenbaum and 10 strikeouts for Brendan McKay helped lead the Cardinals to their Regional final over the Buckeyes. Ohio State and Wright State play at noon for a chance at facing Louisville at 4pm.

Coral Gables Regional

Miami 4, LBSU 3 - The Hurricanes again needed some late magic in Coral Gables as they took the lead in the top of the 11th on Carl Chester's third hit of the game. A pinch-hit home-run forced extra innings, but the Hurricanes were able to defend their home field. Miami will play the winner of LBSU and FAU at 7pm.

Gainesville Regional

Georgia Tech 12, Bethune Cookman 3 - Georgia Tech stayed alive with a dominating win over Bethune Cookman. The Jackets scored six runs in the top of the ninth to salt away the game and set up their second elimination game - this time against UConn. GT will have a chance to stay alive by beating the Huskies who sent the Jackets to the loser's bracket after the first game.

Clemson Regional

Oklahoma State 12, Clemson 2 - After imposing their will in the first round, Clemson struggled against Oklahoma State. Every OSU hitter had at least one hit and one RBI as the Cowboys ended Clemson's 10-game win streak. The Tigers will take on Western Carolina at noon for a chance at a rematch against Oklahoma State.

College Station Regional

Texas A&M 22, Wake Forest 2 - Not much went right for Wake Forest against the Aggies as they got lit up for 22 runs. Wake will play in an elimination game against Minnesota at 4pm.

Columbia Regional

South Carolina 4, Duke 2 - The 2016 season ended for the Blue Devils with a loss to Columbia Regional host South Carolina on Saturday. Duke finished with a 33-24 overall record for the season.