Tallahassee, FL -- For the ninth time in school history Florida State will enter the ACC Tournament as the number one overall seed.
"Let's just keep playing good baseball and do all we can to win ball games," says junior infielder Devon Travis.
"Going out there with a lot of confidence and we definitely have a lot of swagger going in to the tournament," adds freshman outfielder Josh Delph.
The site of this years tournament is Greensboro, North Carolina, where FSU won it's most recent conference title in 2010.
"I'm just very pleased and excited to be entering the second season now," comments Mike Martin. "We know that this ACC tournament is really, really, really strong. I would pay to watch that tournament."
Florida State has made it to the championship game three straight years. If the 'Noles are to make it four straight, they'll have to win their pool. Georgia Tech, Clemson and Virginia make up the remaining teams. Collectively FSU had a (7-2) record against them this season.
Martin adds, "It's setting up to be a very interesting tournament."
"From there on out you have to be perfect," says freshman pitcher Mike Compton. "There's no messing around, it's definitely now or never."
FSU will play in the first game of the tournament Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock against Georgia Tech.
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