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Hokie Mark Offline
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2013-14 ACC Champs, all sports

Florida State (7): Women’s cross country, women’s indoor track, women’s outdoor track, men’s indoor track, men’s outdoor track, women’s soccer and football.

Virginia (4): Men’s basketball, women’s swimming, men’s tennis, women’s tennis.

Maryland (3): Field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s lacrosse.

Virginia Tech (2): Wrestling, men’s swimming.

Duke (2): Women’s golf, volleyball.

Notre Dame (2): Women’s basketball, men’s lacrosse.

Georgia Tech (1): Men’s golf.

Syracuse (1): Men’s cross country.

David Teel points out that only 6 schools won a championship in more than 1 sport, and UVa and VT were 2 of the 6.

Personally, I only care about 2 of them - FSU won 1 and UVa got the other. OK, I guess I care a little about baseball, and men's soccer (Maryland) TBH. If the ACC had men's ice hockey I'd want VT to win that, too.
(This post was last modified: 05-01-2014 08:40 AM by Hokie Mark.)
05-01-2014 08:39 AM
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RE: 2013-14 ACC Champs, all sports
Here we come to SPLASH our name up there in various spots next year!!!05-mafia
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05-01-2014 11:31 AM
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RE: 2013-14 ACC Champs, all sports
Considering that Florida State is among the bottom third of the league in the number of sports offered, that's pretty remarkable. Especially when you consider that there are two sports still competing and not on this list. FSU currently leads the ACC in softball, and leads the Atlantic Division in baseball.

The two schools that offer the most sports, BC and UNC, both got skunked. Of the four NC schools, only Duke won a championship. Miami still has a chance in baseball, while Clemson and Pitt fail to make the list. Didn't I read somewhere on this site, though, that the Panthers won something this year in their first year in the league? Maybe just not in one of the sports listed. I'll try to check it out.

EDIT: Pitt was recognized as the ACC dual meet champion (that is, the "regular season champ") in wrestling while VT won the tournament. This is the first year the league recognized both as champions, though not in the list shown here, which is only tournament champs.
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RE: 2013-14 ACC Champs, all sports
Finished second in men's golf and (women's) volleyball also.
05-01-2014 12:03 PM
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RE: 2013-14 ACC Champs, all sports
Would be the first time in ACC history UNC hasn't won an ACC championship of any kind I believe
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