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Atlantic Coast Conference Career Leaders and Records for Games

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Minimum No requirement
Rank Player G From To Last School
1.Deon Thompson 152 2007 2010 North Carolina
2.Kyle Singler 148 2008 2011 Duke
3.Shane Battier 146 1998 2001 Duke
4.Danny Green 145 2006 2009 North Carolina
5.Chris Duhon 144 2001 2004 Duke
 Jon Scheyer 144 2007 2010 Duke
7.Marcus Ginyard 143 2006 2010 North Carolina
 Nolan Smith 143 2008 2011 Duke
9.Andre Dawkins 142 2010 2014 Duke
 Tyler Hansbrough 142 2006 2009 North Carolina
11.Juan Dixon 141 1999 2002 Maryland
 Brendan Haywood 141 1998 2001 North Carolina
 Mason Plumlee 141 2010 2013 Duke
14.Lance Thomas 140 2007 2010 Duke
15.Greg Paulus 139 2006 2009 Duke
 J.J. Redick 139 2003 2006 Duke
 Tyler Thornton 139 2011 2014 Duke
 Okaro White 139 2011 2014 Florida State
 Shelden Williams 139 2003 2006 Duke
20.Lonny Baxter 138 1999 2002 Maryland
 Steve Blake 138 2000 2003 Maryland
 Daniel Ewing 138 2002 2005 Duke
 Drew Nicholas 138 2000 2003 Maryland
 Scott Wood 138 2010 2013 North Carolina State
25.Mike Mardesich 137 1998 2001 Maryland
26.Rion Brown 136 2011 2014 Miami (FL)
 Malcolm Delaney 136 2008 2011 Virginia Tech
 Luke Loucks 136 2009 2012 Florida State
 Terence Morris 136 1998 2001 Maryland
 Greivis Vasquez 136 2007 2010 Maryland
31.Adrian Bowie 135 2008 2011 Maryland
 Joe Harris 135 2011 2014 Virginia
 Dorenzo Hudson 135 2008 2012 Virginia Tech
 Miles Plumlee 135 2009 2012 Duke
35.Jeff Allen 134 2008 2011 Virginia Tech
 Trevor Booker 134 2007 2010 Clemson
 Cliff Hammonds 134 2005 2008 Clemson
 David Potter 134 2007 2010 Clemson
 K.C. Rivers 134 2006 2009 Clemson
40.Terrell Bell 133 2008 2011 Virginia Tech
 Sean Dockery 133 2003 2006 Duke
 Eric Hayes 133 2007 2010 Maryland
 Nick Horvath 133 2000 2004 Duke
 Akil Mitchell 133 2011 2014 Virginia
 Michael Snaer 133 2010 2013 Florida State
 A.D. Vassallo 133 2006 2009 Virginia Tech
 Brian Zoubek 133 2007 2010 Duke
48.Gavin Grant 132 2005 2008 North Carolina State
 Richard Howell 132 2010 2013 North Carolina State
 Sean Mosley 132 2009 2012 Maryland
 Tyrese Rice 132 2006 2009 Boston College
 Durand Scott 132 2010 2013 Miami (FL)
 Adrian Thomas 132 2006 2011 Miami (FL)
54.Deividas Dulkys 131 2009 2012 Florida State
 Uche Echefu 131 2006 2009 Florida State
 Ilian Evtimov 131 2002 2006 North Carolina State
 Broderick Hicks 131 1999 2002 Wake Forest
 Cliff Tucker 131 2008 2011 Maryland
59.Brian Asbury 130 2006 2009 Miami (FL)
 James Dews 130 2007 2010 Miami (FL)
 James Gist 130 2005 2008 Maryland
 Marvin Lewis 130 2001 2004 Georgia Tech
 Anthony McHenry 130 2002 2005 Georgia Tech
 Mike Scott 130 2008 2012 Virginia
 Darius Songaila 130 1999 2002 Wake Forest
 Andrew Wilson 130 2001 2006 Florida State
67.Taron Downey 129 2002 2005 Wake Forest
 Julian Gamble 129 2009 2013 Miami (FL)
 Erick Green 129 2010 2013 Virginia Tech
 Julius Hodge 129 2002 2005 North Carolina State
 Biko Paris 129 2008 2011 Boston College
 Jason Rich 129 2005 2008 Florida State
 Antwan Scott 129 1999 2002 Wake Forest
 Melvin Scott 129 2002 2005 North Carolina
 Quentin Thomas 129 2005 2008 North Carolina
 Eric Williams 129 2003 2006 Wake Forest
 Andre Young 129 2009 2012 Clemson
78.Devin Booker 128 2010 2013 Clemson
 Craig Dawson 128 1999 2002 Wake Forest
 Tahj Holden 128 2000 2003 Maryland
 Dennis Horner 128 2007 2010 North Carolina State
 Mike Jones 128 2004 2007 Maryland
 Kris Lang 128 1999 2002 North Carolina
 Ralph Mims 128 2005 2008 Florida State
 Sam Perry 128 2005 2008 Clemson
 Dexter Strickland 128 2010 2013 North Carolina
 Mfon Udofia 128 2010 2013 Georgia Tech
 Deron Washington 128 2005 2008 Virginia Tech
 C.J. Williams 128 2009 2012 North Carolina State
 Jawad Williams 128 2002 2005 North Carolina
91.Nik Caner-Medley 127 2003 2006 Maryland
 Jerai Grant 127 2008 2011 Clemson
 Vernon Hamilton 127 2004 2007 Clemson
 Josh Howard 127 2000 2003 Wake Forest
 Ekene Ibekwe 127 2004 2007 Maryland
 Travis McKie 127 2011 2014 Wake Forest
 David Noel 127 2003 2006 North Carolina
 Robert O'Kelley 127 1998 2001 Wake Forest
 Tanner Smith 127 2009 2012 Clemson
 Kyle Visser 127 2004 2007 Wake Forest
101.Dwayne Collins 126 2007 2010 Miami (FL)
 Victor Davila 126 2009 2012 Virginia Tech
 Cheick Diakite 126 2006 2009 Virginia Tech
 Ryan Kelly 126 2010 2013 Duke
 Jackie Manuel 126 2002 2005 North Carolina
 Daniel Miller 126 2011 2014 Georgia Tech
 Isma'Il Muhammad 126 2002 2005 Georgia Tech
 James Padgett 126 2010 2013 Maryland
 Corey Raji 126 2008 2011 Boston College
 Ryan Reid 126 2007 2010 Florida State
 Josh Shoemaker 126 1998 2001 Wake Forest
 Demontez Stitt 126 2008 2011 Clemson
 Trent Strickland 126 2003 2006 Wake Forest
 Reyshawn Terry 126 2004 2007 North Carolina
115.Travis Garrison 125 2003 2006 Maryland
 Kammeon Holsey 125 2011 2014 Georgia Tech
 Jamaal Levy 125 2002 2005 Wake Forest
 Leslie McDonald 125 2010 2014 North Carolina
 Raymond Sykes 125 2006 2009 Clemson
 Lewis Witcher 125 2007 2010 Virginia Tech
121.D'Andre Bell 124 2006 2010 Georgia Tech
 Cliff Crawford 124 2000 2003 North Carolina State
 Xavier Gibson 124 2009 2012 Florida State
 Harvey Hale 124 2006 2009 Wake Forest
 C.J. Harris 124 2010 2013 Wake Forest
 Alvin Jones 124 1998 2001 Georgia Tech
 Ben McCauley 124 2006 2009 North Carolina State
 David McClure 124 2005 2009 Duke
 DeMarcus Nelson 124 2005 2008 Duke
 Casey Sanders 124 2000 2003 Duke
 Al Thornton 124 2004 2007 Florida State
 T.J. Vines 124 1998 2001 Georgia Tech