Final ACC Men's Basketball Stats and Awards


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NCAA TOURNAMENT schedule



Midwest Regional, Thurs., March 16

Minneapolis, Minn. (7:55 pm)

#3 Maryland (24-9) vs.

#14 Iona (20-10)



East Regional, Friday, March 17

Winston-Salem, N.C. (10:10 est.)

#1 Duke (27-4) vs.

#16 Lamar (15-15)



South Regional, Friday, March 17

Birmingham, Ala. (7:55 pm)

#8 North Carolina (18-13) vs

#9 Missouri (18-12)





NIT SCHEDULE



Tuesday, March 14

Nashville, Tenn. (7:30)

W. Forest (17-14) at Vanderbilt (19-10)



Tuesday, March 14

Raleigh, N.C. (7:30)

Tulane (20-10) at NC State (17-12)



Wednesday, March 15

Charlottesville, Va. (7:00)

Georgetown (18-14) at Virginia (19-11)





2000 All-Atlantic Coast Conference

(First-team votes)



First Team

Chris Carrawell, Sr., Duke (103)	309
Shane Battier, Jr., Duke (101)	        307
Juan Dixon, So., Maryland (92)	        290
Will Solomon, So., Clemson (56)	        258
Lonny Baxter, So., Maryland (58)	247
        
Second Team
Terence Morris, Jr., Maryland (27)	216
Ed Cota, Sr., North Carolina (34)	211
Donald Hand, Jr., Virginia (12)	        167
Jason Collier, Sr., Georgia Tech (7)	156
Joseph Forte, Fr., North Carolina (8)	137
Chris Williams, So., Virginia (3)	137
        
Third Team
Jason Williams, Fr., Duke (3)	        113
Darius Songaila, So., Wake Forest (2)	91
Brendan Haywood, Jr., North Carolina	90
Ron Hale, Sr., Florida State (2)	88
Damous Anderson, Sr., Florida  State(2)	83

Honorable Mention: Anthony Grundy, NCS (37); Carlos Boozer, Duke (25); Robert O'Kelley, WF (16); Steve Blake, Md. (12); Jason Capel, So., UNC (11); Travis Watson, UVa (8)


North Carolina leads the league with 104 players selected to the All-ACC teams, including a league-high 60 first team selections ... UNC has had a first-team pick on all but six of the 47 All-ACC teams since the 1953-54 season.


ACC Rookie Team

North Carolina's Joseph Forte, the ACC's leading freshman scorer (16.3 ppg) and Duke's Jason Williams, the ACC's assist leader among fresh-men headed up the balloting for the 2000 All-ACC Freshman team ... Forte is on pace to become the first freshman to lead UNC in scoring while Williams is averaging 14.7 points per game and was named the MVP of the ACC Tournament.


2000 All-ACC Freshmen Team

Joseph Forte, NC	96
Jason Williams, Duke	96
Carlos Boozer, Duke	88
Travis Watson, Virginia	83
Steve Blake, Maryland	66

Honorable Mention: Damien Wilkins, NC State (35); Mike Dunleavy, Duke (18).


ACC INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS


All Opponents

SCORING

PLAYER, TEAM             GP  FG  3P  FT  PTS   AVG
Will Solomon, CU         30 213  93 108  627  20.9
Juan Dixon, Md.          33 223  45 103  594  18.0
Shane Battier, Duke      31 175  76 114  540  17.4
Chris Carrawell, Duke    31 191  28 128  538  17.4
Jason Collier, GaT       30 178  31 122  509  17.0
Joseph Forte, NC         31 193  47  72  505  16.3
Terence Morris, Md.      32 187  33  95  502  15.7
Ron Hale, FSU            28 139  43 117  438  15.6
Lonny Baxter, Md.        33 205   0 103  513  15.5
Chris Williams, UVa      30 167  31  91  456  15.2


FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

PLAYER, TEAM                   GP   FGM   FGA   PCT
Brendan Haywood, NC            31   160   222  .721
Lonny Baxter, Md.              33   205   383  .535
Chris Williams, UVa            30   167   323  .517
Damous Anderson, FSU           27   152   299  .508
Shane Battier, Duke            31   175   349  .501
Chris Carrawell, Duke          31   191   390  .490
Terence Morris, Md.            32   187   382  .490
Jason Collier, GaT             30   178   376  .473
Juan Dixon, Md.                33   223   476  .468
Joseph Forte, NC               31   193   418  .462


THREE-POINT GOAL PERCENTAGE

PLAYER, TEAM                   GP   3PM   3PA   PCT
Shane Battier, Duke            31    76   166  .458
Damous Anderson, FSU           27    52   121  .430
Will Solomon, CU               30    93   248  .375
Jason Williams, Duke           31    69   184  .375
Joseph Forte, NC               31    47   127  .370
Tony Akins, GaT                30    68   185  .368
Shaun Fein, GaT                30    68   186  .366
Ron Hale, FSU                  28    43   121  .355
Andrius Jurkunas, CU           26    41   120  .342
Anthony Grundy, NCS            28    46   140  .329


FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

PLAYER, TEAM                   GP   FTM   FTA   PCT
Darius Songaila, WF            30   138   164  .841
Jason Capel, NC                31   104   125  .832
Shane Battier, Duke            31   114   139  .820
Juan Dixon, Md.                33   103   129  .798
Chris Carrawell, Duke          31   128   166  .771
Ron Hale, FSU                  28   117   155  .755
Terence Morris, Md.            32    95   126  .754
Donald Hand, UVa               30   127   171  .743
Carlos Boozer, Duke            31   101   136  .743
Adam Allenspach, CU            29    77   104  .740


REBOUNDS

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP   NO   AVG
Jason Collier, GaT                    30  276   9.2
Lonny Baxter, Md.                     33  287   8.7
Terence Morris, Md.                   32  278   8.7
Travis Watson, UVa                    30  246   8.2
Alvin Jones, GaT                      30  241   8.0
Damon Thornton, NCS                   28  214   7.6
Brendan Haywood, NC                   31  223   7.2
Adam Allenspach, CU                   29  206   7.1
Jason Capel, NC                       31  209   6.7
Rafael Vidaurreta, WF                 31  208   6.7


3-PT FIELD GOALS PER GAME

PLAYER, TEAM                  GP   TPGM  TPGA   AVG
Will Solomon, CU               30    93   248   3.1
Shane Battier, Duke            31    76   166   2.5
Shaun Fein, GaT                30    68   186   2.3
Tony Akins, GaT                30    68   185   2.3
Jason Williams, Duke           31    69   184   2.2
Damous Anderson, FSU           27    52   121   1.9
Robert O'Kelley, WF            31    56   189   1.8
Anthony Grundy, NCS            28    46   140   1.6
Donald Hand, UVa               30    49   155   1.6
Andrius Jurkunas, CU           26    41   120   1.6


ASSISTS

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP   NO   AVG
Ed Cota, NC                           30  247   8.2
Jason Williams, Duke                  31  200   6.5
Steven Blake, Md.                     33  209   6.3
Delvon Arrington, FSU                 29  182   6.3
Donald Hand, UVa                      30  129   4.3
Tony Akins, GaT                       30  108   3.6
Juan Dixon, Md.                       33  116   3.5
Shaun Fein, GaT                       30  103   3.4
Chris Carrawell, Duke                 31  104   3.4
Will Solomon, CU                      30   95   3.2


BLOCKS

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP   NO   AVG
Alvin Jones, GaT                      30   76   2.5
Brendan Haywood, NC                   31   76   2.5
Lonny Baxter, Md.                     33   74   2.2
Terence Morris, Md.                   32   68   2.1
Shane Battier, Duke                   31   57   1.8
Damon Thornton, NCS                   28   44   1.6
David Anderson, FSU                   29   43   1.5
Jason Collier, GaT                    30   33   1.1
Chris Carrawell, Duke                 31   34   1.1
Travis Watson, UVa                    30   28   0.9


STEALS

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP   NO   AVG
Juan Dixon, Md.                       33   93   2.8
Jason Williams, Duke                  31   72   2.3
Anthony Grundy, NCS                   28   60   2.1
Shane Battier, Duke                   31   65   2.1
Steven Blake, Md.                     33   67   2.0
Justin Gainey, NCS                    29   55   1.9
Chris Williams, UVa                   30   50   1.7
Joseph Forte, NC                      31   49   1.6
Terence Morris, Md.                   32   50   1.6
Adam Hall, UVa                        29   45   1.6


ASSIST TO TURNOVER RATIO

PLAYER, TEAM                          Ast   TO   Rat
Ed Cota, NC                           247   96  2.57
Steven Blake, Md.                     209  117  1.79
Shaun Fein, GaT                       103   59  1.75
Chris Carrawell, Duke                 104   61  1.70
Jason Williams, Duke                  200  126  1.59
Danny Miller, Md.                      88   59  1.49
Delvon Arrington, FSU                 182  123  1.48
Donald Hand, UVa                      129   98  1.32
Justin Gainey, NCS                     78   59  1.32
Ed Scott, CU                           69   53  1.30


OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP  Off    PG
Lonny Baxter, Md.                     33  118  3.58
Travis Watson, UVa                    30   87  2.90
Alvin Jones, GaT                      30   85  2.83
Damien Wilkins, NCS                   29   79  2.72
Adam Allenspach, CU                   29   79  2.72
Kenny Inge, NCS                       25   68  2.72
Terence Morris, Md.                   32   87  2.72
Jason Collier, GaT                    30   81  2.70
Rafael Vidaurreta, WF                 31   83  2.68
Damon Thornton, NCS                   28   72  2.57


MINUTES PLAYED

PLAYER, TEAM                          GP  Min   PG
Ed Cota, NC                           30 1089 36.3
Will Solomon, CU                      30 1079 36.0
Chris Carrawell, Duke                 31 1108 35.7
Shane Battier, Duke                   31 1093 35.3
Juan Dixon, Md.                       33 1119 33.9
Jason Williams, Duke                  31 1042 33.6
Jason Capel, NC                       31 1025 33.1
Robert O'Kelley, WF                   31 1022 33.0
Ed Scott, CU                          24  789 32.9
Jason Collier, GaT                    30  975 32.5


ACC TEAM BASKETBALL STATISTICS

 All Opponents 

SCORING

SCHOOL                  GP   PTS   AVG
Duke                    31  2763  89.1
Virginia                30  2415  80.5
Maryland                33  2539  76.9
North Carolina          31  2379  76.7
Georgia Tech            30  2119  70.6
N.C. State              29  2015  69.5
Wake Forest             31  2148  69.3
Florida State           29  1874  64.6
Clemson                 30  1933  64.4


SCORING DEFENSE

SCHOOL                  GP   PTS   AVG
N.C. State              29  1854  63.9
Wake Forest             31  2011  64.9
Maryland                33  2222  67.3
Clemson                 30  2100  70.0
Florida State           29  2036  70.2
North Carolina          31  2210  71.3
Georgia Tech            30  2142  71.4
Duke                    31  2219  71.6
Virginia                30  2223  74.1


SCORING MARGIN

SCHOOL                             AVG
Duke                              17.5
Maryland                           9.6
Virginia                           6.4
N.C. State                         5.6
North Carolina                     5.5
Wake Forest                        4.4
Georgia Tech                      -0.8
Clemson                           -5.6
Florida State                     -5.6


FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

SCHOOL                 FGM   FGA   PCT
North Carolina         889  1780  .499
Duke                   969  1996  .485
Maryland               949  2024  .469
Virginia               843  1862  .453
N.C. State             714  1654  .432
Wake Forest            780  1808  .431
Florida State          656  1591  .412
Georgia Tech           725  1778  .408
Clemson                680  1682  .404


FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

SCHOOL                 FGM   FGA   PCT
Maryland               782  1968  .397
Clemson                682  1667  .409
North Carolina         838  2032  .412
Wake Forest            708  1710  .414
N.C. State             667  1593  .419
Duke                   859  2047  .420
Georgia Tech           782  1842  .425
Florida State          750  1758  .427
Virginia               803  1737  .462


3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT

SCHOOL                 3PM   3PA   PCT
Duke                   271   684  .396
Maryland               185   518  .357
Florida State          175   491  .356
North Carolina         151   430  .351
Georgia Tech           242   705  .343
N.C. State             164   491  .334
Clemson                189   570  .332
Virginia               203   617  .329
Wake Forest            134   429  .312


FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

SCHOOL                 FTM   FTA   PCT
Duke                   554   750  .739
North Carolina         450   636  .708
Maryland               456   666  .685
Florida State          387   566  .684
Georgia Tech           427   625  .683
Virginia               526   775  .679
Wake Forest            454   676  .672
Clemson                384   572  .671
N.C. State             423   662  .639


BLOCKED SHOTS

SCHOOL                   GP   NO   AVG
Maryland                 33  224   6.8
Duke                     31  171   5.5
Georgia Tech             30  147   4.9
North Carolina           31  147   4.7
N.C. State               29  129   4.4
Florida State            29  120   4.1
Wake Forest              31  118   3.8
Virginia                 30   92   3.1
Clemson                  30   90   3.0


STEALS

SCHOOL                   GP   NO   AVG
Maryland                 33  336  10.2
Duke                     31  309  10.0
N.C. State               29  272   9.4
Virginia                 30  261   8.7
Georgia Tech             30  196   6.5
Wake Forest              31  196   6.3
North Carolina           31  184   5.9
Florida State            29  153   5.3
Clemson                  30  146   4.9


TURNOVER MARGIN

SCHOOL                CAUSED    TOS MARGIN
Duke                    18.3   13.8    4.5
Virginia                19.8   15.5    4.3
N.C. State              18.6   15.7    2.9
Maryland                18.6   16.1    2.5
Wake Forest             15.2   13.8    1.4
Georgia Tech            14.2   17.0   -2.7
North Carolina          11.5   15.1   -3.5
Clemson                 11.2   15.1   -3.8
Florida State           11.6   15.5   -3.9


REBOUND MARGIN

SCHOOL          GP   FOR   OPP   AVG
Clemson         30  39.1  34.7   4.4
Wake Forest     31  37.7  33.6   4.1
North Carolina  31  38.4  34.4   4.0
Georgia Tech    30  38.9  36.7   2.2
N.C. State      29  36.6  35.0   1.5
Maryland        33  38.5  37.1   1.3
Florida State   29  37.1  36.0   1.1
Duke            31  38.2  38.0   0.2
Virginia        30  35.9  37.9  -2.0


3-PT FIELD GOALS PER GAME

SCHOOL            GP  TPGM  TPGA  AVG
Duke              31   271   684  8.7
Georgia Tech      30   242   705  8.1
Virginia          30   203   617  6.8
Clemson           30   189   570  6.3
Florida State     29   175   491  6.0
N.C. State        29   164   491  5.7
Maryland          33   185   518  5.6
North Carolina    31   151   430  4.9
Wake Forest       31   134   429  4.3

Freshmen Stats - All Games
(Min. 75% of games, 12 minutes pg)

Player, School	Min	FG%	Reb	Pts
Joesph Forte, UNC	32.5	.462	5.4	16.3
Jason Williams, Duke	33.6	.430	6.5a	14.7
Carlos Boozer, Duke	23.6	.615	6.0	12.9
Travis Watson, UVa	28.0	.528	8.2	11.1
Damien Wilkins, NCS	31.8	.414	5.9	11.0
Mike Dunleavy, Duke	24.7	.468	4.2	9.8
Josh Howard, WF	        24.7	.469	4.6	8.8
Roger Mason, UVa 	21.3	.441	2.2	7.7
Steve Blake, Md.	31.8	.410	6.3a	7.1
Edward Scott, Clem.	32.9	.311	2.9a	6.5
Pasha Bains, Clem.	17.0	.370	1.7	5.7
Majestic Mapp, UVa	18.5	.353	2.2a	5.4
Marshall Williams, NCS	18.1	.389	2.5	5.5
Clarence Moore, GaT 	17.6	.380	3.9	4.8
Drew Nicholas, Md.	15.7	.421	1.5a	5.0
Julius Peppers, UNC	14.7	.580	3.3	4.3
Ray Henderson, Clem.	12.4	.528	3.8	3.9


Scoring by Class

Freshmen and sophomores comprise over half of the scoring by ACC teams during the 1999-2000 season ... led by Maryland (58.0 ppg), seven of the nine ACC teams had freshmen and sophomores combining to average 34 points or more per game ... only 18 seniors were on ACC rosters at the start of the ACC Tournament.


Scoring by Class, 1999-2000

School	        Fr.	So.	Jr.	Sr.
Clemson	        15.9	28.1	13.0	7.3
Duke	        41.2	1.9	28.7	17.4
Florida St.	3.9	9.2	13.2	38.4
Ga. Tech	4.8	12.0	27.4	26.4
Maryland	15.8	42.2	18.6	0.3
No. Carolina	20.4	22.2	23.2	10.9
NC State	16.6	18.1	25.1	9.6
Virginia	24.9	24.9	26.9	3.8
W. Forest	8.8	35.8	23.5	0.4
ACC Totals	17.0	21.9	22.2	12.5

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