The ACC boasts Championships in 25 sports of which Duke participates in 24 and has captured ACC titles in 14. The only sport the ACC has a championship in that Duke doesn't sponsor is softball while the sports that Duke sponsors that doesn't have an ACC Championship are men's and women's fencing.
In all, Duke has won 127 ACC Championships since claiming football, men's lacrosse and men's golf in the league's first year in 1953-54, and counting Duke's ACC Championships in volleyball and women's golf in 2013-14.
Since 1999-2000, Duke has captured 53 league crowns, second most in the ACC. Duke has won at least one ACC Championship each season since 1979-80 and at least two every season since 1990-91. Additionally, Duke has four or more championships in nine of the last 11 years after having reached four just twice prior to 1998-99 in school history. Duke also has five or more championships in five of the last eight years having never reached five prior to 1999-2000.
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Duke has won 127 ACC Championships, the fifth-highest total in the ACC.
Since 1999-2000, Duke's 56 ACC Championships rank second in the league.
Duke has won at least one ACC Championship every year since 1979-80 and multiple ACC Championships every year since 1990-91.
Duke has won at least one ACC Championship in 49 of the league's 61 year history, including 2013-14. Duke has also won multiple ACC Championships 35 times and three or more 21 times.
Duke's best year in terms of ACC Championships was 2000-01 when it won seven league championships. The 1999-2000, 2002-03, 2004-05 and 2005-06 saw Duke win five championships each.
Four Duke programs - men's basketball (19), women's golf (19), women's tennis (17) and men's tennis (12) - have won 10 or more ACC Championships.
Duke has won 57 ACC Championships in women's sports, second most in the league.
Duke's 10-year plus run of ACC Championships in women's tennis (1988-99) and women's golf (1996-2008) marks two of the four 10-plus year runs for women's sports in ACC history.
Duke holds the longest streak of ACC Championships in women's tennis (14), women's golf (13), men's basketball (5), women's basketball (5) and volleyball (4, tied).
Duke boasts the most ACC Championships in men's basketball (19), women's golf (19) and women's tennis (17); the second most in men's tennis (12) and volleyball (11); and third most in women's basketball (8), women's cross country (two) and women's lacrosse (one).
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