Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball

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The Atlantic Coast Conference (founded in 1953) is one of the premier college basketball conferences in NCAA Division I. The current ACC Tournament champion is Notre Dame and the current regular-season champion is Virginia.

Members[edit]

Institution Nickname Location Founded Years in the ACC School Type Enrollment
Boston College Eagles Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 1863 2005–present Private/Catholic (Jesuit) 14,500
Clemson Tigers Clemson, South Carolina 1889 1953–present Public 17,165
Duke Blue Devils Durham, North Carolina 1838 1953–present Private/Nonsectarian 6,247
Florida State Seminoles Tallahassee, Florida 1851 1991–present Public (State University System of Florida) 38,886
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Atlanta, Georgia 1885 1978–present Public (University System of Georgia) 19,393
Louisville Cardinals Louisville, Kentucky 1798 2014–present Public 23,262
Miami Hurricanes Coral Gables, Florida 1925 2004–present Private/Nonsectarian 15,520
North Carolina Tar Heels Chapel Hill, North Carolina 1789 1953–present Public (University of North Carolina) 26,878
NC State Wolfpack Raleigh, North Carolina 1887 1953–present Public (University of North Carolina) 29,957
Notre Dame Fighting Irish South Bend, Indiana 1842 2013–present Private/Catholic (Congregation of Holy Cross) 11,733
Pittsburgh Panthers Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1787 2013–present State-related/Nonsectarian 28,823
Syracuse Orange Syracuse, New York 1870 2013–present Private/Nonsectarian 20,407
Virginia Cavaliers Charlottesville, Virginia 1819 1953–present Public 20,399
Virginia Tech Hokies Blacksburg, Virginia 1872 2004–present Public 28,000
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1834 1953–present Private/Nonsectarian 6,451

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Scheduling Partners[edit]

The table below lists each school's permanent men's basketball only scheduling partners after expansion in 2013 and the replacement of Maryland by Louisville in 2014.

School Partner 1[3] Partner 2[3]
Boston College Notre Dame Syracuse
Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech
Duke North Carolina Wake Forest
Florida State Clemson Miami
Georgia Tech Clemson Notre Dame
Louisville Pittsburgh Virginia
Miami Florida State Virginia Tech
North Carolina Duke North Carolina State
North Carolina State North Carolina Wake Forest
Notre Dame Boston College Georgia Tech
Pittsburgh Louisville Syracuse
Syracuse Boston College Pittsburgh
Virginia Louisville Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech Miami Virginia
Wake Forest Duke North Carolina State

All-time standings[edit]

Team ACC Record ACC Winning % Overall Record Overall Winning % ACC Regular Season Championships ACC Tournament Championships NCAA Championships
North Carolina 608–241[dated info][4] .716[dated info] 2052–731[5] .737 29 17 5
Duke 552–285[dated info][6] .659[dated info] 1963–830[7][8] .702 19 19 5
Maryland 441–427[dated info][9] .508[dated info] 1428–1002[10] .587 5 3 1
NC State 402–412[dated info] .494[dated info] 1044–634 .622 7 10 2
Wake Forest 397–421[dated info] .485[dated info] 965–689 .583 4 4 0
Virginia 329–482[dated info] .406[dated info] 859–772 .527 7 2 0
Clemson 285–530[dated info] .350[dated info] 832–792 .512 1 0 0
Georgia Tech 202–270[dated info] .428[dated info] 542–421 .563 2 3 0
Florida State 127–177[dated info] .418[dated info] 322–266 .548 0 1 0
Virginia Tech 68–103[dated info] .397[dated info] 115–179 .391 0 0 0
Boston College 40–40[dated info] .500[dated info] 100–65 .606 0 0 0
Miami 37–59[dated info] .385[dated info] 108–86 .557 1 1 0

[11][12] The above chart only includes statistics for teams while members of the ACC, and it is sorted by total ACC wins.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Official Website of the Atlantic Coast Conference
  2. ^ [2] About the University of South Carolina
  3. ^ a b http://www.theacc.com/genrel/100312aae.html
  4. ^ "UNC-Duke Postgame Notes". Tarheelblue.com. Retrieved 2012-03-04. 
  5. ^ >"North Carolina Tar Heels". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2012-02-03. 
  6. ^ >"Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball PAGE 108" (PDF). http://grfx.cstv.com. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
  7. ^ >"Duke Men's Basketball ESPN.com Homepage" (PDF). ESPN.com. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
  8. ^ >"Duke Men's Basketball 2011-2012 Quickfacts" (PDF). GoDuke.com. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
  9. ^ >"Maryland Men's Basketball 2012-13 Record Book" (PDF). umterps.com. Retrieved 2013-09-21. 
  10. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_basketball_RB/2013/2013%2001%20Div.%20I%2010-16.pdf
  11. ^ [3] ACC Men's Basketball Media Guide
  12. ^ [4] South Carolina Gamecocks Men's Basketball Media Guide

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