The 2023 ACC Baseball Championship has arrived.

Atlantic Division champion Wake Forest and Coastal Division champion Virginia are the top two seeds in next week’s ACC Tournament, which gets underway Tuesday and runs through Sunday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, North Carolina. The Championship will feature a pool-play format, leading into a four-team, single-elimination bracket to determine the league champion.

Florida State and Louisville are the only 2 teams who missed the tournament.

The complete bracket and schedule will be announced on Sunday.

Wake Forest (45-9) earned the No. 1 overall seed and sits atop Pool A. The Deacons will be joined by 8-seed Notre Dame (30-22) and 12-seed Pitt (23-30).

Virginia (44-11) is the top seed in Pool B, along with 7-seed North Carolina (33-21) and 11-seed Georgia Tech (30-25).

Clemson (39-17) drew the 3-seed to head up Pool C. The Tigers are joined by 6-seed Boston College (34-17) and 10-seed Virginia Tech (30-21).

Miami (37-18) earned the 4-seed and the top seed in Pool D, which also features 5-seed Duke (35-19) and 9-seed NC State (34-18).

Each team in the 4 pools will play 1 game against each of the other 2 opponents. Pool play will take place May 23-26. The 4 teams with the best records within their respective pools will advance to Saturday’s semifinals, with the winners playing on Sunday in the ACC Championship Game.

Game times for Tuesday through Friday are set for 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. Saturday’s semifinals are scheduled for 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., while Sunday’s championship will begin at noon. The championship game is set to be broadcast on ESPN2. The rest of the tournament action can be found on ACC Network.