Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference
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Fondée en 1953
Division NCAA Division I-A (D1)
Membres 12
Sports 13 masculins
12 féminins
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L'Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) est un groupement de douze universités gérant les compétitions sportives dans quinze sports dans l'est des États-Unis.

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Histoire

Cette conférence fut fondée le 14 juin 1953 par Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia et Wake Forest. South Carolina quitte la conférence en 1971. Georgia Tech rejoint l'ACC en 1978, Florida State en 1991, Miami et Virginia Tech en 2004 puis Boston College en 2005.

Les sports gérés par cette conférence sont le baseball, basket-ball, cross country, hockey sur gazon, football américain, golf, crosse, aviron, Softball, Natation et plongeon, tennis, athlétisme, volley-ball et lutte.

Les membres actuels

 

Sports

Sports masculins

 

Sports féminins

Installations sportives

Université Stade de baseball Capacité Salle de basket-ball Capacité Stade de football US Capacité
Boston College Commander Shea Field 1 000 Conte Forum 8 606 Alumni Stadium 44 500
Clemson Doug Kingsmore Stadium 3 500 Littlejohn Coliseum 10 980 Memorial Stadium 80 301
Duke Jack Coombs Field 2 000 Cameron Indoor Stadium 9 314 Wallace Wade Stadium 33 941
Florida State Mike Martin Field 6 700 Donald L. Tucker Center 12 200 Bobby Bowden Field 82 300
Georgia Tech Russ Chandler Stadium 4 157 Alexander Memorial Coliseum 9 191 Bobby Dodd Stadium 55 000
Maryland Shipley Field 2 500 Comcast Center 17 950 Byrd Stadium 51 500
Miami Mark Light Field 5 000 BankUnited Center 7 900 Sun Life Stadium 74 916
North Carolina USA Baseball National Training Complex 2 000 Dean Smith Center 21 750 Kenan Memorial Stadium 60 000
NC State Doak Field 2 200 RBC Center (H)
Reynolds Coliseum (F)
19 722
12 400
Carter-Finley Stadium 60 000
Virginia Davenport Field 2 000 John Paul Jones Arena 15 000 Scott Stadium 61 500
Virginia Tech English Field 1 033 Cassell Coliseum 9 847 Lane Stadium 66 233
Wake Forest Gene Hooks Stadium 2 500 Lawrence Joel Veterans
Memorial Coliseum
14 407 BB&T Field 31 500

Palmarès de conférence de football américain

 

Finale de conférence de basket-ball

Saison Champion Vice-champion
1953-1954 North Carolina State Wolfpack Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1954-1955 North Carolina State Wolfpack Duke Blue Devils
1955-1956 North Carolina State Wolfpack Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1956-1957 North Carolina Tar Heels South Carolina Gamecocks
1957-1958 Maryland Terrapins North Carolina Tar Heels
1958-1959 North Carolina State Wolfpack North Carolina Tar Heels
1959-1960 Duke Blue Devils Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1960-1961 Wake Forest Demon Deacons Duke Blue Devils
1961-1962 Wake Forest Demon Deacons Clemson Tigers
1962-1963 Duke Blue Devils Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1963-1964 Duke Blue Devils Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1964-1965 North Carolina State Wolfpack Duke Blue Devils
1965-1966 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina State Wolfpack
1966-1967 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1967-1968 North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack
1968-1969 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1969-1970 North Carolina State Wolfpack South Carolina Gamecocks
1970-1971 South Carolina Gamecocks North Carolina Tar Heels
1971-1972 North Carolina Tar Heels Maryland Terrapins
1972-1973 North Carolina State Wolfpack Maryland Terrapins
1973-1974 North Carolina State Wolfpack Maryland Terrapins
1974-1975 North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack
1975-1976 Virginia Cavaliers North Carolina Tar Heels
1976-1977 North Carolina Tar Heels Virginia Cavaliers
1977-1978 Duke Blue Devils Wake Forest Demon Deacons
1978-1979 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1979-1980 Duke Blue Devils Maryland Terrapins
1980-1981 North Carolina Tar Heels Maryland Terrapins
1981-1982 North Carolina Tar Heels Virginia Tech Hokies
 
Saison Champion Vice-champion
1982-1983 North Carolina State Wolfpack Virginia Tech Hokies
1983-1984 Maryland Terrapins Duke Blue Devils
1984-1985 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets North Carolina Tar Heels
1985-1986 Duke Blue Devils Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
1986-1987 North Carolina State Wolfpack North Carolina Tar Heels
1987-1988 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels
1988-1989 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1989-1990 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Virginia Tech Hokies
1990-1991 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1991-1992 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels
1992-1993 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets North Carolina Tar Heels
1993-1994 North Carolina Tar Heels Virginia Cavaliers
1994-1995 Wake Forest Demon Deacons North Carolina Tar Heels
1995-1996 Wake Forest Demon Deacons Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
1996-1997 North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack
1997-1998 North Carolina Tar Heels Duke Blue Devils
1998-1999 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels
1999-2000 Duke Blue Devils Maryland Terrapins
2000-2001 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels
2001-2002 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina State Wolfpack
2002-2003 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina State Wolfpack
2003-2004 Maryland Terrapins Duke Blue Devils
2004-2005 Duke Blue Devils Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
2005-2006 Duke Blue Devils Boston College Eagles
2006-2007 North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack
2007-2008 North Carolina Tar Heels Clemson Tigers
2008-2009 Duke Blue Devils Florida State Seminoles
2009-2010 Duke Blue Devils Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
2010-2011 Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels

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