No. 23 Georgia Tech Welcomes No. 2 Florida State For Key ACC Series

April 5, 2012

 No. 23 Georgia Tech (19-11, 6-6) vs. No. 2Florida State (24-5, 11-1)  Game31  Friday, April 6, 7 p.m. Game 32  Saturday, April 7, 6p.m.  Game 33  Sunday, April 8,1 p.m.  Location Atlanta, Ga. | Russ Chandler Stadium| Weather Radio  WREK Radio Gametracker  TV  Friday: Friday | Saturday: ESPN3 | Sunday: ESPN3 & CSS Game Info  GameNotes | 2012 MediaGuide | Facebook | Twitter

>> It’s milestone weekend at Russ Chandler Stadium as No. 23 Georgia Tech hosts No. 2 Florida State in a crucial Atlantic Coast Conference series on the Flats.

>> All three game can be heard live on WREK 91.1 FM in Atlanta with Nolan Alexander, Wade Rogers and Roddy Jones. Friday’s game is live on ESPN3, Saturday’s game is also on ESPN3 with Mike Morgan and Nick Belmonte. Sunday’s game is on CSS (and ESPN3) with Matt Stewart and Randy Carroll.

>> Saturday night, the GT Athletic Association will honor head coach Danny Hall’s 1,000th career win with “Danny Hall 1,000 Night.” In addition to a pregame ceremony, one lucky fan will win a prize pack valued at $1,000 and the first 1,000 fans will received a Danny Hall T-shirt.

>> Hall enters the weekend two wins shy of his 800th as Tech’s head coach, while FSU coach Mike Martin is three wins shy of career win No. 1,700.

>> Junior Sam Dove continues to pace the offense with his .390 average, which is third-best in the ACC. Dove, who leads the ACC with 46 hits, has a team-high 15 multi-hit games this season. Dove and Daniel Palka are the only two to start every game.

>> Junior RHP Buck Farmer is the reigning ACC Pitcher of the Week, after throwing the league’s only complete-game shutout last week versus Duke. Farmer is third in the ACC with 58 K’s.


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