The NCAA Volleyball Tournament Selection Show is at 8:30pm ET tonight (30 Nov) on ESPNU.
My guess is the ACC will get five teams in. North Carolina gets the conference's automatic bid. Florida State, Miami and Duke all have top-30 RPIs and should be shoe-ins for the field of 64.
The fifth team, based on ACC record, should be Pitt. However, Pitt's RPI is right around 50 as their non-conference schedule turned out weaker than they expected, which would put them on the bubble. They did beat Duke during the regular season, but being swept by Virginia Tech kept them out of the top four. In the end, in a strong ACC year with three ranked teams, and a clear demarkation between the top five and the other ten, Pitt deserves a spot as the ACC's fifth NCAA entrant.
Miami heads to Gainsville to play Central Florida in the Ames Region.
Florida State is hosting as the #6 seed as part of the Seattle Region and will face Jacksonville in the first round.
North Carolina is hosting as the #7 seed as part of the Minneapolis Region and will face Hampton in the first round.
Duke heads to Washington to play Hawaii in the first round in the Seattle Region.
Pitt was not selected, so the ACC gets four.