Network to Broadcast 28 Men’s Games and Nine Women’s Games Starting in December


Men’s Doubleheaders Air Saturday Afternoons with Women’s Games on Sundays


September 26, 2023 (Burbank, CA) – The CW has announced the network schedule for the upcoming 2023-24 ACC men’s and women’s basketball season. Beginning in December, The CW will broadcast 28 men’s basketball games and nine women’s basketball games. Men’s doubleheaders will air on Saturday afternoons and women’s games will air on Sundays. Raycom Sports will produce all games for The CW.


ACC men’s basketball on The CW tips off on Saturday, December 2 at 12:00pm/ET with 2023 Final Four participant Miami hosting Notre Dame, followed by Duke visiting Georgia Tech at 2:15pm/ET. Other marquee matchups include a non-conference showdown between the Georgetown Hoyas and Notre Dame Fighting Irish in South Bend on Saturday, December 16 at 2:15pm/ET and the North Carolina Tar Heels taking on the Boston College Eagles on Saturday, January 20, 2024 at 2:15pm/ET. ACC women’s basketball begins on Sunday, December 31 at 12:00pm/ET with a conference game between the Clemson Tigers and the North Carolina Tar Heels in Chapel Hill.


Below is the full schedule of 2023-24 ACC basketball games airing live on The CW.


2023-24 ACC Men’s Basketball (All Times ET)


December 2

12:00pm Notre Dame at Miami

2:15pm Duke at Georgia Tech


December 9

12:00pm Valparaiso at Virginia Tech

2:15pm Charlotte at Duke


December 16

12:00pm La Salle at Miami

2:15pm Georgetown at Notre Dame


December 30

12:00pm Pittsburgh at Syracuse

2:00pm Queens at Duke


January 6, 2024

12:00pm Pittsburgh at Louisville

2:15pm Miami at Wake Forest


January 13

12:00pm NC State at Louisville

2:15pm Florida State at Notre Dame


January 20

12:00pm Virginia Tech at NC State

2:15pm North Carolina at Boston College


January 27

Time TBA Virginia at Louisville

Time TBA Pittsburgh at Miami


February 3

5:30pm Georgia Tech at NC State

7:45pm Syracuse at Wake Forest


February 10

5:30pm Virginia Tech at Notre Dame

7:45pm Virginia at Florida State


February 17

5:30pm Syracuse at Georgia Tech

7:45pm NC State at Clemson


February 24

5:30pm Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh

7:45pm Florida State at Clemson


March 2

5:30pm Wake Forest at Virginia Tech

7:45pm Clemson at Notre Dame


March 9

5:30pm Boston College at Louisville

7:45pm NC State at Pittsburgh



2023-24 ACC Women’s Basketball (All Times ET)


December 31

12:00pm Clemson at North Carolina


January 7, 2024

12:00pm Duke at Virginia


January 14

12:00pm Miami at Notre Dame


January 21

12:00pm Clemson at Virginia Tech


January 28

12:00pm North Carolina at Virginia


February 4

Time TBA Miami at Florida State


February 11

11:00am Louisville at Syracuse


February 18

12:00pm Georgia Tech at NC State


February 25

12:00pm Virginia at Louisville





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