The Atlantic Coast Conference has revealed its men’s basketball scheduling matrix for the next three seasons.
With the conclusion of the 2021-22 season marking the end of the first three-year cycle, the scheduling matrix starts over in 2022-23. The ACC moved to 20-game league schedules in 2019-20.
Each ACC school will have the same home/away/repeat opponents in 2022-23 as it did for the 2019-20 season. Miami and Virginia will continue to be Virginia Tech’s repeat opponents for the next three-year cycle.
In 2022-23, Virginia Tech will play home-and-home games with Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Miami, Syracuse, and Virginia. The Hokies will play home games against Florida State, North Carolina, NC State, and Pitt, and road games at Georgia Tech, Louisville, Notre Dame, and Wake Forest.
Here is a breakdown of Tech’s scheduling matrix for the next three seasons:
Home/Away: Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Miami, Syracuse, Virginia
Home only: Florida State, North Carolina, NC State, Pitt
Away only: Georgia Tech, Louisville, Notre Dame, Wake Forest
Home/Away: Florida State, Louisville, Miami, Notre Dame, Virginia, Wake Forest
Home only: Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech
Away only: North Carolina, NC State, Pitt, Syracuse
Home/Away: Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Pitt, Virginia
Home only: Louisville, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Wake Forest
Away only: Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State
For the upcoming season, Tech returns two major award winners – Hunter Cattoor and Justyn Mutts – who were both instrumental in guiding the Hokies to their first-ever ACC tournament title last season. Cattoor was named the ACC Tournament MVP while Mutts was the ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Both were starters on the 2021-22 squad that finished 23-13 overall, 11-9 in the ACC.