2001–02 Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball season

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Final standings[edit]

Team ACC Regular Season ACC % ACC Home ACC Road All Games All Games % All Home All Road All Neutral
Maryland 15–1 .938 8–0 7–1 32–4 .889 15–0 7–2 10–2
Duke 13–3 .813 8–0 5–3 31–4 .886 13–0 7–3 11–1
Wake Forest 9–7 .563 6–2 3–5 21–13 .618 13–3 5–7 3–3
North Carolina State 9–7 .563 5–3 4–4 23–11 .676 14–4 6–5 3–2
Virginia 7–9 .563 5–3 2–6 17–12 .586 13–4 3–7 1–1
Georgia Tech 7–9 .437 4–4 3–5 15–16 .484 8–7 4–6 3–3
North Carolina 4–12 .250 3–5 1–7 8–20 .286 6–9 1–9 1–1
Florida State 4–12 .250 4–4 0–8 12–17 .414 10–6 1–10 1–1
Clemson 4–12 .250 3–5 1–7 13–17 .430 8–8 2–7 3–2

ACC Tournament[edit]

See 2002 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament

Postseason[edit]

NCAA Tournament[edit]

ACC Record: 10–3

1 Maryland (6–0) – National Champions

W 16 Siena 85–70
W 8 Wisconsin 87–57
W 4 Kentucky 78–68
W 2 Connecticut 90–82
W 1 Kansas 97–88
W 5 Indiana 64–52

1 Duke (2–1) – Sweet Sixteen

W 16 Winthrop 84–37
W 8 Notre Dame 84–77
L 5 Indiana 73–74

7 NC State (1–1)

W 10 Michigan State 69–58
L 2 Connecticut 74–77

7 Wake Forest (1–1)

W 10 Pepperdine 83–74
L 2 Oregon 87–92

NIT[edit]

ACC Record: 0–1

Virginia (0–1)

L South Carolina 67–74

External links[edit]