List of Atlantic Coast Conference champions - Swimming and diving - Men's

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Men's From 1954 until 1961, the champion was determined by regular season competition. From 1962 to 1964, the champion was determined by a combination of the regular season finish and placement in the championship meet. Starting with the 1965 season, the champion has been determined by the championship meet. Miami currently competes in diving only, and Clemson, Syracuse, and Wake Forest do not compete in swimming or diving.

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