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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
1959-60 Varsity Basketball Schedule 



DATE 


3 


OPPONENT 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 


PLACE 


Dec. 


There 


Dec. 


9 


VIRGINIA 


Horns 


Dec. 


14 


GEORGETOWN 


Home 


Dec. 


18 


WAKE FOREST 


Home 


Dec. 


28-29 BLUE GRASS TOURNAMENT 


Louisville, Ky. 






(Indiana, Fordham, Maryland, 


Louisville) 


Jan c 


4 


YALE 


Home 


Jan. 


8 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Jan. 


13 


GEORGETOWN 


There 


Jan. 


16 


DUKE 


There 


Jan. 


18 


NORTH CAROLINA STATE 


Home 


Jan. 


20 


NAVY 


There 


Feb. 


3 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Feb. 


6 


WAKE FOREST 


There 


Feb. 


10 


VIRGINIA 


There 


Feb. 


13 


NORTH CAROLINA STATE 


There 


Feb. 


15 


CLEMSON 


Home 


Feb. 


18 


DUKE 


Home 


Feb. 


20 


GEORGE WASHINGTON 


Home 


Feb. 


23 


NORTH CAROLINA 


There 


Feb. 


26 


CLEMSON 


There 


Feb. 


27 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


There 


Mar. 


3-5 


ACC TOURNAMENT 


Raleigh, N. C. 



Varsity Home Games Start at 8:15 p.m. 
Freshman Home Games Start at 6:15 p.m. 



THE 
ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



Mr. Geary F. Eppley 

Chairman W** r*""*. 



Mr. William W. Cobey 
Director of Athletics 



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Mr. H. A. (Bud) Millikan 
Ass't. Director of Athletics I A 



Mr. Harry A. Boswell, Jr Alumni Association 

Dr. James H. Reid, Ass't. Dean, School of Business & Pub. Adm. 

Dr. Jack Faber Head, Bacteriology Department 

Dr. Leland Scott Horticulture Department 

Dr. Warren Johnson School of Physical Education 

Mr. Charles Hayleck School of Engineering 

Mr. Robert Yellowlees President, Student Government Ass'n. 

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 

Equipment Manager Kermit "Chief" Cissell 

Assistant Equipment Manager Albert Johnson 

Head of Facilities .. Charles "Lindy" Kehoe 

Chief of Concessions Perry Moore 

Ticket Manager Eddie Bean 

Office Secretary to Mr. Cobey Mrs. Dorothy Hunt 

Office Secretary to Mr. Nugent Mrs. Frances Henry 

Office Secretary, Football & Basektball Coaches Mrs. Therese Ryan 

Office Secretary to Mr. Blair Mrs. Betty Francis 

Head Trainer Alfred "Duke" Wyre 

Assistant Trainer Biu "Spider" Fry 

Head Football Coach Tom Nugent 

Basketball Coach H. A. "Bud" Millikan 

Assistant Basketball Coach Perry Moore 

Baseball Coach H. Burton Shipley 

Lacrosse Co-Coaches Jack Faber and Al Heagy 

Track, Cross-Country Coach Jim Kehoe 

Soccer, Tennis Coach Doyle Royal 

Swimming Coach Bill Campbell 

Wrestling Coach William E. "Sully" Krouse 

OrJf Poach Frank Cronin 

Rifle Coach T/Sgt. David P. Pruitl, Jr. 

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H. A. "Bud" MILLIKAN — Head Coach 



Considered by the coaching 
fraternity as one of the nation's 
best basketball coaches- the pop- 
ular Millikan began his tenth 
season as head of the Maryland 
basketball program that has blos- 
somed into national prominence 
since his arrival at College Park. 
The Terps' finest hour came 
at the close of the 1957-58 season 
when he brought the Atlantic 
Conference title to Maryland 
and an NCAA playoff appearance, 
along with sixth national ranking. 
It was the first league title won 
by Maryland since they won the 
old Southern Conference crown 
from Kentucky in 1931. For his 
success, he was recognized by the Baltimore Sports' Reporters Associa- 
tion as they named him the top man in the State of Maryland for bring- 
ing more recognition and publicity to the State than any other figure. 

His nine year record is 144 wins and 79 losses. 

There was high hope for the Terrapins again last year, but the early 
schedule was one of the toughest in the country. They lost four of the 
six games in December by a total of eleven points to four of the nation's 
top ranked teams, North Carolina State. Northwestern, Kentucky, 
and Navy. 

When the former all-American from Oklahoma A&M came to 
Maryland in the spring of 1950, he found Terp basketball at its lowest. 
The team he inherited had won seven and lost 18 in the previous year. 
With the same team in his first season, the Terps woon 15 and lost 10 
and went into the semi-finals of the Conference tournament. 

Recommended by his college coach, the famous Hank Iba, Millikan 
came to Maryland from the small high school gymnasium of Newton 
High School in Iowa His accomplishments have so paid off that bas- 
ketball interest at the University and throughout the District of Colum- 
bia and the State has skyrocketed. From the little gym at Newton 
High and his first "home court" of Ritchie Coliseum, Millikan sends 
his team before the excited fans in one of the nation's most beautiful 
and spacious gymnasiums, the fabulous 12,500 capacity William P. Cole, 
Jr., Student Activities Building. Indicative of the job he has done and 
the interest he has created is the fact that the Terps have played to 
turnaway crowds of over 15,000 people. 

The popular 39-year old is a native of Maryville. Mo., and finished 
his high school studies there before going to college. He was a four- 
year letterman in football, basketball, track and tennis in high school. 

Following high school, he enrolled at Oklahoma A&M and was a 
star guard of the varsity for three years. He was named to the all- 
America team for his outstanding performances of th'7 1941-42 season. 



He stayed on at A&M for one year as freshman coach before entering 
the service. The great all-America Bob Kurland was one of his players 
that year. 

While a student at A&M, Millikan won honors in the classroom 
also. He was listed on the Dean's list all four years as an honor 
student. 

After two years in the United States Navy, he went back to A&M 
to assist Iba during the 1944-45 campaign, a team that won the Na- 
tional Championship that year. 

He then went back to Maryville High School where he coached for 
two years and then moved to Newton, Iowa, High School where his 
teams won their conference titles both years. 

Then the College Park assignment was accepted. With the develop- 
ment of top college fives in his brief tenure at Maryland and prospects 
for another winning ledger this year, the Millikanmen can point with 
pride to their young hard-working coach. 

"Bud" as he is known to all, married the former Maxine Louthan, 
native of Maryville. They have a son, Marshall, age 13 and a daughter, 
Maria Rea, age 8. 




PERRY MOORE — Assistant Coach 

A star athlete at the University during |^" ! T?^MHMHM| 
his four years as an undergraduate, Moore 
became assistant basketball coach last fall. 
He handles scouting opponents for Millikan 
and the varsity, scouting high school pros- 
pects, and coaches the freshman team. 

A top performer for Coach Millikan 
for three varsity years and an outstanding 
track man, Moore graduated with honors 
receiving a B. S. Degree from the School 
of Physical Education, Recreation, and 
Health. He graduated with near an A aver- 
age. 

As a track star, Moore competed in 
the hurdles, javelin, broad jump, discus, 
and high jump. In basketball, he was 
one of Millikan's top students of the game. 

He was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Men's 
Honorary Fraternity; President of the Phi Alpha Epsilon, the honorary 
fraternity for Physical Education majors; he was named to "Who's Who 
In American Colleges and Universities,"; and was a member of Alpha 
Tau Omega, social fraternity. 

He was selected on the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic team 
for two years. This honor is given by the Conference to those 
athletes who have excelled in the sport which they represent and in 
the classroom. He also was awarded the top ACC award for the excell- 
ence in athletics and academics. 

Moore also competed in the National Decathlon meets and placed 




in the top ten each time he entered the national meet. 

The new Terp assistant is 27 years old. He is a veteran of four 
years in the United States Navy. During this time in the service, he 
was a member of the all-Navy basketball and track teams. 

A native of Bel Pre, Ohio, he is married and has a three-year-old 
daughter, Pamela. 



Terps' Highest National 
In School's History — 



Associated Press 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. Kansas State 

4. San Franc'sco 

5. Temple 

6. MARYLAND 

7. Kansas 

8. Notre Dame 

9. Kentucky 

10. Duke 



International 
News Service 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. San Francisco 
1. Kansas State 

5 Temple 

6 Dayton 

" . Notre Dame 

8. Bradley 

9. MARYLAND 
10. Kansas 



Rankings 

1957-58 

United Press 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. San Francisco 

4. Kansas State 

5. Temple 

6. MARYLAND 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Kansas 

9. Dayton 
10. Indiana 



ALL-AMERICAS AT MARYLAND 

1931— Louis "Bozey" Berger — Selected by New York Sports Writer's 

Assn. 
1932 — Louis "Bozey" Berger — Selected by New York Sports Writer's 

Assn. 
1953 — Eugene Shue — Second team Helm's Foundation 
195lf — Eugeiie Shue — Second team Helm's Foundation — 16th man on 

Associated Press Poll 



TERP THUMBNAIL SKETCHES 




CHARLES McNEIL— 6-6— Junior— Penns- 
grove, N. J. — The destiny of Maryland basket- 
ball for this season could well rest on the per- 
formance of one of the Terps' all-time finest 
players . . . the highly sought after and now 
most brilliant player for Maryland has the 
offensive weapons to help make a successful 
season . . . the all-Conference forward again 
this year was picked on the pre-season all- 
South teams and with a good record and his 
expected star showings, he could be a top 
candidate for post season honors . . . the 
slender sharp-shooter has had two good years 
as he teamed with teammate Al Bunge to com- 
prise the best big-man duo Maryland has had 

... as a soph he was acclaimed the nation's second best rookie behind 
Oscar Robertson and he lived up to the billing ... he led Maryland 
to its first ACC championship and to its first trip to the NCAA playoffs 
... he has been all-conference and all-tournament and was named 
to Chuck Taylor's honorable mention all-America after his soph year . . . 
set a new school record for scoring as a soph with 401 points . . . hit 311 
last year and 205 as a freshman . . . with 288 points this season, he will 
hit the 1000 mark and be the second Terp to score that many in three 
seasons . . . Gene Shue hit 1397 in the 1953-4 season . . . has a deadly 
jump shot, one of the most accurate in the game . . . hits! consistently 
from the circle or corners ... is serious hard worker . . . has 
tremendous jumping skill . . . fine rebounder . . . pulled in 202 as a 
soph and 138 last year . . . had a 13.8% average as a soph and 14.8 last 
year . . . fine shooter, hitting 44.2% as a soph and 44.3 last season . . . 
will be shooting for a big year ... in the school of Physical Education, 
Recreation, and Health. 

JERRY BECHTLE— 6-2— Senior— Eliza- 
beth N. J. — an all-America high school player 
at St. Mary's, the affable Bechtle was one of 
the most sought after high school players in 
a long time . . . has been a fine star for the 
Terps and will be the one counted on most 
to give the team direction and leadership, which 
he can do . . . another good showing could 
bring post season honors for one of the Terps' 
all-time finest back court players ... is the 
fastest man on the squad . . . exhibits blinding 
speed on a fast break . . . outstanding floor 
man . . . one of best defensively . . . was second 
leading scorer last season behind McNeil with 
261 points for 11.9 mark . . . had 82 points as 
has one of the most accurate and deadliest jump 
. should have a big year with his outside jumper 
. . . this his favorite shot . . . has a nice one-hand push and a good set . . . 
does an unbelievably brilliant job scoring under the basket on a drive 
. . . hit 41.9% last year and led the team in foul shooting with 65 of 83 
for a fine 78.3 mark . . . should be one of the bright stars this year . . . 
married ... in School of Physical 1 Education, Recreation, and Health. 




a soph substitute . 
shots in the game 




AL BUNGE— 6-9— Senior— Delano, N J.— 
without a doubt, Bunge is the finest "big man" 
ever to wear the Red and White for Mary- 
land . . . has given the Terps two outstanding 
years and early indications point to his having 
his greatest as a senior . . . does a magnificent 
job both offensively and defensively . . . scores 
well with a fine variety of shots for a big man 
and is one of the games' very best rebound- 
ers . . . excels defensively . . . with McNeil, all- 
star honors could be his with another good 
year for the Terps ... as a junior, he was se- 
lected to the pre-season third all-America 
team by SPORT MAGAZINE, the first Mary- 
land plaver ever honored so by pre-season selectors . . . was AP first 
team all-Conference as a soph and second team all-tournament . . . 
second team honors won last year . . . does a fabulous job on the 
boards . . . his height and ability to get off the floor and his strength 
aid greatly in his fine rebounding skill . . . grabbed 265 as a soph 
and 241 last season to lead the team both seasons . . . one of the 
league's top rebounders. . . had 297 points as a soph for a 10 2 average 
and 255 as a junior for 11.1 . . . scored 241 points as a freshman . . . hit 
on 40.2% of his sophomore shots and 40.8 last season . . . has fine speed 
and an outstanding ball handler for his size . . . especially strong scorer 
under the basket and has a dangerous jump shot along with a fine 
one-hand push shot . . . hooks from either side also . . . was first team 
all-state in New Jersey in basketball and football . . . also played four 
years of baseball at Palmyra High . . . was a member of Terp pitching 
staff his soph year ... an honor student at Palmyra ... in School of 
Physical Education, Recreation, and Health. 



PETE KRUKAR— €-1— Senior— Ford City, 
Pa. — one of the most pleasant surprise players 
of last season. Krukar hit stardom and was 
acclaimed widely for his brilliant defensive 
play ... a masterful performance was given 
each game after he won a starting assign- 
ment for the final eight games of the season 
. . . held the opponents' big scoring stars to 
their lowest totals of the season . . . his high 
spots were holding North Carolina's York La- 
rese to seven points and NC State's Lou Pucillo 
to six ... will definitely be Coach Millikan's 
choice for the top defensive assignment in the 
back court this season . . . has uncanny reac- 
tions and quick movements that enable him to 

stay up and with his man . . . the Tar Heels' Larese credited Krukar with 
doine: a better defensive job on him last year than anybody and further 
credited him as the best defensive player he had seen ... a fine floor 
man . . . good leadership . . . one of the most serious players Terps 
have had . . . hard worker and most conscientious . . . tremendous desire 
and determination . . . not a prolific scorer, but not a frequent shooter 
. . . jump shot his favorite . . . has a one hand push also . . . scored 17 
as a soph and 48 last season . . . one to watch carefully for top perform- 
ance each game ... in School of Education. 




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PAUL JELUS — 6-2— Sophomore— Camden, 
N. J. — another of the real prize packages 
Millikan came up, with two years ago ... he 
too on last year's B squad ... an early 
prediction labels him as a future star . . . his 
debut as a Terp was sensational as he led the 
baby Terps with 311 points for a 20.7 average 
. . . one of the best looking prospects, 
along with Kelleher ... he hit 20 points or 
more in ten of the 16 frosh games . . . his 
high was 29 against the Virginia frosh . . . 
another real smooth little ball player with a 
lot of savvy and know-how . . . outstanding 
mannerisms . . . hard worker with a bundle 
of hustle . . . type player fans enjoy watch- 
ing . . . exhibits leadership . . . early practices 

indicate he will be a big assist and will be pushing to see a lot of duty 
. . . has fine speed and is quick . . . fabulous on his drive . . . lay- 
ups most accurate . . . has a real good push and set from the outside 
... a good jump from inside . . . another to watch . . . the 
highly sought after star was Group III first team all-state in New 
Jersey his senior year . . . was also all-City at Woodrow Wilson High 
and named to the all-tournament team . . . was class president his final 
three years in high school and was ranked tenth in his graduating class 
. . . prepped at Greenbrier Military Academy where he was the big star 
. . . also on the National Honor Society at Greenbrier . . . played base- 
ball also ... in Pre-Dental School. 



BOB McDONALD — 6-7 — Junior — Lans- 
downe, Pa. — another outstanding "big man" 
who is being counted on by Millikan to come 
through and give the Terps that third real 
good big man . . . and real good he is with 
tremendous potential to become an exception- 
al offensive and defensive star and a great 
rebounder . . . came up with a good soph 
season as a substitute . . . has looked good 
in early practice and fighting hard for a 
starting job . . . could be one of the first unit, 
la unit that would give the Terps three big 
men . . . McDonald has top speed with ex- 
ceptional quickness ... is especially tough on 
the boards . . . could provide a most important 
weapon with his rebounding . . . can get off the floor better than most 
big; men ... his height will help . . . has a good jump shot from out 
front and the corners and has a good one-hand push ... is tough scoring 
under the basket . . . scored 66 points last season and grabbed 72 re- 
bounds . . . prepped at Mercersburg Academy . . . married ... in 
School of Agriculture. 





first team all-county 



of Education, majoring in Social Studies. 



TED MARSHALL — 6-6 — Sophomore- 
Johnstown, Pa. — a real good big boy who has 
seen coming by leaps and bounds in early 
fall drills ... a fine prospect, another of 
Millikan's hopefuls for the future in the big- 
boy class ... his height sure to be big help 
. . . with that and experience he's sure to 
be a big help in the future ... a hard 
worker with a lot of desire ... an outstand- 
ing rebounder . . . scored 100 points for 
frosh . . . then on B team last year . . . Has 
an effective jump and does a good job near the 
basket . . . hooks from both sides . . was all 
state honorable mention at Westmont High 

was first team all-district 
. . first team all-Tri-County ... in School 



BOB WILSON— 6-10— Junior — Freedom, 
Pa. — the tallest player the Terps have had and 
one whom Millikan has given many extra 
long hours of work to help the big boy get 
ready to be a big help for the Terps . . . the 
extra work has started to pay off, for he has 
looked good in early practice and has given 
notice that he will play a lot of ball this season 
... by coming through, he could make a pleas- 
ant situation for Millikan with four fine tall 
players with which to operate ... an exception- 
ally hard worker . . serious and conscientious 
who wants to play . . . has a real good jump 
from the circle, hard to stop, as are his hooks 
.-'. . works hard on the boards and does a nice 
job . . . scored 17 points last season in eleven 




married 



game appearances 



in School of Business and Public Administration. 



JERRY SHANAHAN— 6-2— Senior— Pitts- 
burg, Pa. — has looked most impressive in early 
drills and gives indications that he is ready to 
play the great basketball predicted of him and 
of which he has a most unlimited potential 
... a good year out of Shanahan could be a 
big tonic for the Terps ... he will be out to 
nail down a starting job in the back court 
. . . was one of the real top prospects when 
he came to Maryland from St. Francis Prep 
after starring at Pittsburgh's Central Catholic 
. . . has excellent potential . . . always an 
offensive threat with his speed that makes him 
dangerous on the drive ... is quick . . . jump 
shot his favorite from outside . . . also has a 
nice set and one-hander . . . hard worker with good hustle . . . good 
competitor . . . rebounds well ... his coming through will help a great 
deal ... in School of Business and Public Administration. 




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BRUCE KELLEHER — 6-2— Sophomore 
— Wilmington, Del. — one of the brightest 
stars to hit the Terp horizon . . . definitely 
has a future of stardom ahead of him if he 
continues to shine as he did as frosh fol- 
lowing a sensational high school career at 
Wilmington's Saleslanum High ... he was 
on the B squad last year and played brilliant- 
ly in practice ... he was "Mr. Basket- 
ball" in the state of Delaware and was 
a prize catch for Millikan ... as a 
frosh, he netted 232 points for a 15.5 
average . . . one of the smoothest little 
players in Terp history . . . excellent ball 
handler . . . seems to have vast court 

knowledge . . . operates with a lot of finesse . . . will be pushing for a 
spot high on the playing ladder . . . has a deadly outside one-hander and 
set . . . nice jump shot . . . has good speed which adds to his fine drive 
. . . was first team all-state his junior and senior years at Salesianum 
and captained the team . . . one to watch ... in School of Business and 
Public Administration. 





Dave Schroeder 



Mike Nofsinger 



Steve Alpert 



Nofsinger returns after a service hitch . . . played as a freshman 
. . . Schroeder and Alpert are up from last year's freshman team . . . 
this threesome a good back court trio that will help . . . will be used if 
team runs into injury or foul trouble . . . Millikan will want them to get 
experience ... all three have good outside shots and are fine floor men. 



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1958-59 Final Basketball Statistics for 23 Games 



FIELD GOALS FREE THROWS Re- Total 



PLAYER 


G 


Atts. Scored Pet. 


Atts. Scored Pet. 


bourn 


Js Pts. 


Avg. 


Charles McNeil 


21 


253 


111 


.443 


115 


89 


.774 


138 


311 


14.8 


Terry Bechtle 


22 


234 


98 


.419 


83 


65 


.783 


108 


261 


11.9 


A.1 Bunge 


23 


228 


93 


.408 


115 


69 


.600 


241 


255 


11.1 


Jim Halleck 


22 


145 


51 


.352 


59 


37 


.627 


122 


138 


6.3 


Gene Danko 


23 


125 


45 


.360 


68 


45 


.662 


79 


135 


5.9 


Bill Murphy 


22 


124 


39 


.315 


52 


24 


.462 


37 


102 


4.6 


Bob McDonald 


22 


61 


27 


.443 


18 


12 


.667 


72 


66 


3.0 


Pete Krukar 


14 


56 


20 


.357 


16 


8 


.500 


21 


48 


3.4 


Bob Wilson 


11 


14 


8 


.572 


4 


1 


.250 


10 


17 


1.5 


Doc Weingarten 


12 


14 


6 


.428 


8 


4 


.500 


13 


16 


1.3 


Jerry Shanahan 


13 


9 


4 


.444 


8 


7 


.875 


13 


15 


1.2 


TEAM TOTALS 


23 


1262 


502 


.398 


545 


361 


.655 


889 


1365 


59.3 


OPPONENTS 


23 


1201 


444 


.369 


584 


408 


.697 


814 


1296 


56.3 



OVERALL RECORD: Won 10 Lost 13— AGC RECORD: Won 7 Lost 7 



1958-59 Season's Scores 



Marylan 


d— 




Maryland — 




53 


N. C. State 


55 


61 


Georgetown 


53 


62 


Northwestern 


66 


69 


Duke 


78 


63 


Virginia 


56 


57 


North Carolina 


64 


56 


Kentucky 


58* 


53 


Wake Forest 


56 


50 


Navy 


53 


65 


George Washington 


66 : 


68 


Wake Forest 


65 


37 


N. C. State 


53 


45 


Mississippi State 


56 


77 


Clemson 


58 


54 


Loyola 


50 


50 


Virginia 


62 


64 


Duke 


31 


69 


North Carolina 


51 


59 


South Carolina 


41 


67 


Georgetown 


56 


46 


Clemson 
* Overtime 


55 


75 


South Carolina 


45 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 
Maryland — 65 Virginia — 66 



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ALL-TIME COACHES' RECORDS 

TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 

REG. SEASON CONF. GAMES 

Won Lost Won Lost 

1923-24 4 6 12 

1924-25 11 4 3 1 

1925-26 14 2 7 1 

1926-27 10 9 6 4 

1927-28 14 4 8 1 

1928-29 7 8 2 5 

1929-30 16 5 9 5 

1930-31 14 4 8 1 

1931-32 16 3 8 2 

1932-33 11 8 7 3 

1933-34 11 7 6 1 

1934-35 8 10 4 3 

1935-36 13 5 4 3 

1936-37 9 10 4 8 

1937-38 14 8 6 4 

1938-39 13 8 8 3 

1939-40 13 8 7 4 

1940-41 1 21 13 

1941-42 7 15 3 8 

1942-43 8 8 5 5 

1943-44 4 13 2 1 

1944-45 2 13 2 5 

1945-46 9 11 5 4 

1946-47 14 9 9 4 



243 



199 



124 



91 



TEAMS COACHED BY "FLUCIE" STEWART: 

1947-48 11 13 9 7 

1948-49 9 17 8 7 

1949-50 7 18 5 13 



27 



48 



22 



27 



TEAMS COACHED BY BUD MILLIKAN: 

1950-51 15 10 11 8 

1951-52 13 8 9 5 

1952-53 15 8 12 3 

1953-54 23 7 7 2 

1954-55 17 7 10 4 

1955-56 14 10 7 7 

1956-57 15 9 9 5 

L957-58 22 7 9 5 

1958-59 10 13 7 7 



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TERP OPPONENTS 



Virginia 

FACTS ABOUT THE CAVALIERS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Charlottesville, Va. 

Head Coach — Billy McCann 

Coaching Record — Won 104, Lost 116 (9 years) 

Colors — Orange and Blue 

Home Court — Memorial Gymnasium 

Capacity — 2 , 500 

Athletic Publicity Director — Dick Turner 

195S-59 Record— Won 11, Lost 14 

CAVALIERS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

(Maryland: Won 46, Lost 21) 



Maryland 


Virginia 


Maryland 


Virginia 


Maryland 


Virgin! 


1924—13 


26 


1934—43 


20 


1951—59 


42 


1925—24 


18 


1934—28 


25 


1951—63 


53 


1925—36 


25 


1935-^4 


24 


1952—71 


61 


1926—28 


34 


1935—33 


32 


1952—59 


56 


1926—30 


21 


1936—40 


34 


1953—70 


64 


1927—17 


22 


1937—37 


23 


1953—70 


56 


1927—29 


28 


1938—39 


23 


1954—72 


69 


1928—26 


20 


1939—31 


21 


1955—78 


65 


1928—12 


34 


1941—18 


41 


*1955— 67 


68 


1929—30 


22 


1942—35 


34 


1956—67 


55 


1929—25 


22 


1942—36 


26 


1956—60 


73 


1930—54 


20 


1943—53 


49 


1957—67 


63 


1930—51 


29 


1943—56 


42 


**1957— 43 


39 


1931—31 


34 


1944—20 


52 


1957—85 


64 


1931—34 


21 


1944—26 


49 


***1957— 71 


68 


1932—36 


31 


1945—26 


57 


1958—87 


66 


1932-^6 


18 


1945—33 


61 


1958—69 


56 


1933—19 


26 


1948—47 


53 


***1958— 70 


66 


1933—37 


28 


1948—43 


79 


1959—63 


56 


1946—45 


48 


1949—56 


66 


1959—50 


62 


1946—37 


36 


1949—70 


52 


***1959— 65 


66 


1947—44 


64 


1950—59 


57 






1947—56 


68 


1950—46 


43 







♦Overtime 
**A11-American City Tournament 
***ACC Tournament 



16 



George Washington 

FACTS ABOUT THE COLONIALS: 

Conference — Southern 

Location — Washington, D.C. 

Head Coach — Bill Reinhart 

Coaching Record — Won 251, Lost 134 (17 years) 

Colors — Buff and Blue 

Home Court — Uline Arena 

Capacity — 7,200 

Athletic Publicity Director — Doug Ward 

1958-59 Record—Won 11, Lost 12 

COLONIALS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

(Maryland: Won 8, Lost 19) 



Maryland 


G.W.U. 


Maryland 


G.W.U. 


Maryland 


G.W.U 


1924—41 


22 


1948—49 


65 


1954—57 


70 


1924—19 


20 


1948—35 


59 


1955—53 


75 


1939—24 


37 


1949—54 


66 


1955—67 


73 


1940—26 


44 


1949^2 


61 


1956--62 


48 


1941—28 


61 


1950—51 


72 


1956—67 


46 


1942—29 


47 


1951—47 


67 


1957—68 


48 


1943—43 


48 


1952—56 


57 


1957—84 


67 


1946—48 


35 


1953—62 


63 


1958—64 


55 


1947_^4 


43 


1953—66 


53 


*1959— 65 


66 


1947—48 


63 


1954—68 


61 


* Overtime 





Georgetown University 

FACTS ABOUT THE HOYAS: 

Conference — Independent 
Location — Washington, D. C. 
Head Coach — Thomas Nolan 
Coaching Record — Won 29, Lost 37 (3 years) 
Colors — Blue and Gray 
Home Court — McDonough Gymnasium 
Capacity — 4,000 

Athletic Publicity Director — John L. Hagerty 
1958-59 Record— Won 8, Lost 15 

HOYAS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

Maryland: Won 18, Lost 13) 



Md. G 


eorgetown 


Md. Georgetown 


Md. G 


eorgetown 


1935—24 


25 


1948—52 


56 


1955—57 


49 (20T) 


1936—47 


39 


1949—51 


53 


1956—62 


57 


1937—27 


39 


1950—71 


65 


1956—72 


61 


1938—39 


57 


1951—58 


47 


1957—82 


69 


1939—25 


39 


1952—55 


40 


1957—62 


59 


1940—28 


27 


1952—61 


71 


1958—55 


45 


1941—34 


51 


1953^45 


54 


1958—56 


46 


1942—51 


42 


1953—48 


49 


1959—61 


53 


1943—36 


46 


1954—56 


58 


1959—67 


56 


1947—59 


50 


1954—53 


50 






1948--42 


50 


1955—60 


43 







17 



Md. 



South Carolina 

FACTS ABOUT THE GAMECOCKS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Columbia, S.C. 
Head Coach — Bob Stevens 
Coaching Record — First Year 

Colors — Garnet and Black 

Home Court — USC Field House 

Capacity — 4,000 

Athletic Publicity Director — Don Barton 
1958-59 Record— Won 4, Lost 20 

GAMECOCKS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

(Maryland: Won 18, Lost 6) 
S. Carolina Md. S. Carolina Md. S. Carolina 



1925—38 


22 


1950—44 


59 


1956—59 


53 


1935—35 


21 


1951—43 


70 


1957—60 


68 


1940—30 


33 


1951—17 


37 


1957—66 


59 


1948—68 


54 


1954—53 


49 


1957—64 


74 = 


1948—54 


53 


1954—79 


48 


1958—72 


59 


1949—79 


49 


1955—68 


51 


1958—99 


59 


1949—57 


56 


1955—68 


52 


1959—59 


41 


1950—56 


61 


1956—76 


57 


1959—75 


45 



*ACC Tournament 

United States Naval Academy 

FACTS ABOUT THE MIDDIES: 

Conference — Independent 

Location — Annapolis, Md. 

Head Coach — Be-n Carnevale 

Coaching Record — Won 233, Lost 103 (15 years) 

Home Court — McDonough Hall 

Capacity — 7,000 

Colors — -Blue and Gold 

Athletic Publicity Director — John T. Cox 

1958-59 Record— Won 18, Lost 6 

MIDDIES' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 
(Maryland: Won 12 .Lost 22) 



Maryland 


Navy 


Maryland 


Navy 


Maryland 


Navy 


1925—16 


23 


1937—37 


53 


1951—47 


51 


1926—21 


12 


1938—34 


37 


1952^8 


45 


1927—30 


32 


1939—37 


47 


1953—17 


51 


1928—26 


35 


1942—47 


61 


1954—61 


60 


1929—30 


27 


1943—63 


53 


1955—60 


54 


1930—43 


39 


1944—35 


69 


1956— SO 


61 


1931—33 


36 


1945—33 


70 


1957—55 


56 


1932— £6 


15 


1946—35 


44 


1958— 38 


58 


1933—21 


59 


1947—27 


55 


1958—64 


51 


1934—27 


46 


1948—47 


51 


1959—50 


53 


1935—36 


43 


1949—46 


52 






1936—32 


20 


1950—62 


75 







18 



North Carolina 

FACTS ABOUT THE TARHEELS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Chapel Hill. N.C. 

Head Coach — Frank McGuire 

Coaching Record — Won 222, Lost 83 (12 years) 

Colors — Carolina Blue and White 

Home Court — Woolen Gymnasium 

Capacity — 6,000 

Athletic Publicity Director — Jake Wade 

1958-59 Record— Won 20, Lost 5 

TARHEELS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 
(Maryland: Won 22, Lost 32) 



Md. N. 


Carolina 


Md. N. 


Carolina 


Md. N. 


Carolina 


1924—20 


26 


1937—35 


44 


1950—56 


69 


1925—16 


21 


1938—24 


43 


1951—66 


59 


1926—23 


22 


1939—34 


32 


1951—56 


55 


1927—28 


23 


1939—66 


41 


1952—47 


51 


1927—23 


32 


1941—36 


55 


1952—71 


51 


1928—23 


19 


1941—29 


44 


1953—49 


59 


1929—22 


28 


1942—30 


34 


1953—68 


66 


1929—29 


22 


1942—47 


40 


1955—70 


60 


1930—36 


24 


1943-^0 


31 


1955—63 


61 


1930—22 


19 


1945—28 


53 


1956—62 


68 


1931—33 


31 


1946—28 


64 


1956—55 


64 


1932—26 


25 


1946—31 


33 


1957—61 


70 


1932—26 


32 


1947—43 


48 


1957—61 


65* 


1933—42 


29 


1948-46 


70 


1958—74 


61 


1934—24 


28 


1948—47 


51 


1958—59 


66 


1935—31 


39 


1949—47 


55 


1958—86 


74** 


1936—32 


44 


1949—42 


66 


1959—57 


64 


1936—24 


41 


1950—53 


58 


1959—69 


51 



♦Double Overtime 
"♦ACC Championship Game 

Wake Forest 

FACTS ABOUT THE DEACONS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Head Coach — Horace "Bones" McKinney 

Coaching Record — Won 16, Lost 31 (2 years) 

Colors — Gold and Black 

Home Court — Memorial Coliseum 

Capacity — 8220 

Athletic Publicity Director — Marvin Francis 

1958-59 Record— Won 10, Lost 14 

DEACONS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 
(Maryland: Won 6, Lost 8) 
Md. Wake Forest Md. Wake Forest Md. Wake Forest 



1952—59 


61* 


1955—58 


62* 


1957—58 


62 


1954—54 


71 


1955—71 


75 


1958—72 


58 


1954—74 


53 


1956—61 


51 


1958—74 


67 


1954—56 


64* 


1956—60 


76 


1959—68 


65 


♦Overtime 




1957—59 


53 


1959—53 


56 



19 



Clemson College 

FACTS ABOUT THE TIGERS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Clemson, S.C. 

Head Coach — Press Maravich 

Coaching Record — Won 76, Lost 79 (6 years) 

Colors — Purple and Orange 

Home Court — Clemson Field House 

Capacity — 4,500 

Athletic Publicity Director — Bob Bradley 

1958-59 Record— Won 8, Lost 16 

TIGERS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 
(Maryland: Won 18, Lost 9) 



Maryland 


Clemson 


Maryland 


Clemson 


Maryland 


Clemson 


1939—45 


35 


1949—55 


60 


1955—68 


66 


1939—27 


39 


1949—68 


70 


1956—71 


63 


1940—53 


26 


1950—44 


50 


1956—81 


69 


1940—30 


48 


1950—54 


50 


1957—59 


52 


1941—34 


48 


1950—50 


48 


1957—74 


65 


1947—49 


42 


1954—81 


41 


1958—66 


73 


1947—74 


50 


1954—75 


54 


1958—72 


54 


1948—63 


61 


1954—75 


59 


1959—46 


55 


1948—49 


68 


1955—71 


63 


1959—77 


58 



Duke University 

FACTS ABOUT THE BLUE DEVILS: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Durham, N.C. 

Head Coach — Vic Bubas 

Coaching Record — (first year) 

Colors — Blue and White 

Home Court- — Duke Lndoor Stadium 

Capacity— 9,000 

Athletic Publicity Director — Ted Mann 

1958-59 Record— Won 13, Lost 12 



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AGAINST 


THE TERPS: 








(Maryland: Won 


19, Lost 


30) 




Maryland 


Duke 


Maryland 


Duke 


Maryland 


DuU 


1926—41 


20 


1939—60 


44 


1950—67 


57 


1930—27 


28 


1940—32 


30 


1951^0 


49 


1930—24 


39 


1940—37 


48 


1951—51 


56 


1931—32 


24 


1940—32 


44 


1952-— 48 


51 


1932—20 


18 


1941—17 


43 


1953—74 


65 


1933—30 


28 


1941—20 


40 


1954—61 


68 


1934—37 


33 


1942—33 


37 


1955—49 


47 


1935—39 


48 


1942-^6 


64 


1955—61 


68 


1936—38 


34 


1943—43 


46 


1956—62 


76 


1936—47 


35 


1945—24 


51 


1956—70 


82 


1937—31 


34 


1945—49 


76 


1957—62 


51 


1937—30 


34 


1946—25 


59 


1957—60 


72 


1938—40 


35 


1946—43 


38 


1958—74 


49 


1938—34 


44 


1947—38 


40 


1958—59 


68 


1938—32 


35 


1947—42 


53 


****1958— 71 


65 


1939—37 


34 


1949—46 


58 


1959—64 


31 


****Overtime 


ACC 


Tournament 




1959—69 


78 



20 



North Carolina State 

FACTS ABOUT THE WOLFPACK: 

Conference — Atlantic Coast 

Location — Raleigh, N.C. 

Head Coach — Everett Case 

Coaching Record — Won 322, Lost 81 (13 years) 

Colors — Red and White 

Home Court — Reynolds Coliseum 

Capacity— 12,400 

Athletic Publicity Director — Bill Hensley 

1985-59 Record— -Won 22, Lost 4 

WOLFPACK RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

(Maryland: Won 13, Lost 13) 



Md. N.C. 


State 


Md. N.C. 


State 


Md. N.C. 


State 


1924—18 


30 


1939—53 


29 


1956—64 


73 


1927—23 


38 


1940—45 


36 


1956—71 


62 


1928—36 


24 


1944—46 


32 


1957—79 


66 


1930—26 


28 


1944—57 


42 


1957—56 


49 


1930—21 


19 


1946--47 


39 


1958—48 


57 


1935—36 


43 


1946—37 


33 


***1958— 64 


69 


1937—33 


35 


1950^45 


54 


1959—53 


55 


1937— 11 


33 


1955—68 


64 


1959—37 


53 


1939—40 


46 


1955—58 


78 







** "Triple Overtime 



Yale 

FACTS ABOUT THE BULLDOGS: 

Conference — Ivy League 

Location — New Haven, Conn. 

Head Coach — Joseph Vancisin 

Coaching Record — Won 45, Lost 27 (3 years) 

Colors — Yale Blue 

Capacity — 3100 

Athletic Publicity Director — Charles Loftus 

1985-59 Records- Won 10, Lost 13 

BULLDOGS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS: 

(This is First Meeting of the Two Schools) 



21 



WILLIAM P. COLE Jr., 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING 

Home of Terp Basketball 

The Student Activities Building, Georgian in design to conform with 
the architectural motif of the University of Maryland campus, houses a 
complete indoor athletic plant. The building, completed in September, 
1955, possesses some unusual and ingenious features, both as to the 
manner of construction and to the utilization of space and facilities. 
The auditorium is the second largest in the east and has the appearance 
of an indoor amphitheatre. The seating area has been "scooped out*' 
and concrete stop slabs provide support for the seats, eliminating the 
elaborate structural frame necessary to place the seats above ground; 
thereby reducing construction costs. The seating capacity is 12,500 
permanent seats with space for 4,000 additional temporary seats on the 
playing floor and promenade. In addition to the normal playing and 
spectator facilities, the outer periphery of the building provides offices 
and classrooms for the College of Physical Education, Recreation and 
Health; and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics; a gymnasium 
for instructional purposes; rooms for boxing and wrestling; sleeping 
facilities for visiting teams; and combination apartment-offices for 
visiting coaches. The Architects were Hall, Border and Donaldson, 
Baltimore, Maryland. The General Contractor was Baltimore Con- 
tractors, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland. 

SPECIFICATIONS 

FOUNDATION: Auditorium section reinforced concrete walls below 
grade with membrane waterproofed exterior, piers and thrust footings 
supporting long span steel arches over auditorium roof. Seating area 
is reinforced concrete slab on sloped grade. 

WALLS: Face brick curtain walls, slag block backup. Limestone 
trim base course sills, and coping of parapet around building. Wood 
double hung windows. Interior painted all exposed areas. Wood 
panelling and plastered walls in lobby and office areas. 

FLOORS: Reinforced concrete slab floor supported by structural 
steel frame in classroom and office areas throughout. Toilet and 
showers have ceramic tile floors; playing floor is maple; stair treads, 
platforms and landings are alberene stone set in reinforced concrete 
slab. Offices, apartment and dormitory floors are asphalt tile; lobby 
and corridor floors are terrazzo. 

ROOF: Batten seam aluminum roofing over auditorium on 
structural 2 in. insulating board attached to steel purlins carried by 
welded steel frame arch with end panels of protected metal and 1% 
in. insulation. Office classroom areas are 20-year bond, built-up 
roofing over fiber board insulation, with vapor seal under insulation 
in high humidity areas, carried by concrete slab and structural steel 
frame. Metal gravel stops. Galvanized iron drains, copper flashing 
and downspouts. 

INTERIOR FINISH: Ceilings — open finish in auditorium and 
painted concrete in most other areas. Suspended acoustical ceilings in 
trophy room, telephone booths, main lobby, promenade corridor and 
soffits of stairs. Walls — slag block and asbestos board partition 

22 



walls painted. Wood interior doors and frame. Painted wainscoting 
in corridors, stairs, exposed concrete columns and lobby over glazed 
tile base. 

A FEW ADDITIONAL NOTES ON THE BUILDING: The build- 
ing is being paid for entirely with student funds. The $3.25-million 
combination gymnasium-auditorium, Physical Education-Athletic De- 
partment structure has been over five years in the planning, two and 
one-half years in the building. 

The new Student Activities Building is as wide as a football 
gridiron, a third again as long, and stretches up to a height of 33 yards 
from the main playing floor to the rooftop. 



1959-60 Freshman Basketball Schedule 

Dec. 3— G. W. Freshmen — There 

Dec. 9 — Virginia Freshmen — Home 

Dec. 14 — Georgetown Freshmen — Home 

Dec. 18— U.S.C.G. (Cape May, N.J.) — Home 

Jan. 4 — St. Johns — Home 

Jan. 8 — Fork Union Military — Home 

Jan. 13- — Georgetown Freshmen — There 

Jan. 15 — Bullis Prep — There 

Jan. 18 — St. Mary's, Elizabeth, N.J. — Home 

Jan. 20— Navy Plebes — There 

Feb. 3 — John Carroll — Home 

Feb. 10 — Virginia Freshmen — There 

Feb. 15 — Fort Myer — Home 

Feb. 18— Bullis Prep — Home 

Feb. 20 — George Washington — Home 

Feb. 23— Fort Myer (8:15) — There 

Feb. 26— John CarroU (8:15) — There 

COACH: PERRY MOORE 



23 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TOURNAMENT 

RECORDS 
Conference Tournaments 



MARYLAND OPPONENT 


MARYLAND OPPONENT 


1924-34 


V.M.I.— 19 


27 


x Clemson — 39 


25 


Georgia — 29 


1940—43 


Wash . & Lee— 30 


1925—27 


Alabama — 21 


32 


Duke— 44 


18 


N. C. State— 30 


1945^9 


Duke— 76 


1926—19 


Miss. A.&M.— 22 


1946—27 


North Carolina — 54 


1927—22 


Georgia — 27 


1947—43 


N. C. State— 55 


1929-35 


Mississippi — 37 


1948—51 


Davidson — 58 


1930—21 


Kentucky— 26 


1949—61 


North Carolina — 79 


1931-^37 


Vanderbilt— 21 


1951—50 


Clemson — 48 


19 


North Carolina — 17 


45 


N C. State— 54 


26 


Georgia — 25 


1952—48 


Duke— 51 


29 x 


Kentucky— 27 


1953—74 


Duke— 65 


1932—24 


Florida — 39 


59 


Wake Forest — 61 


1933—28 


South Carolina — 65 


1954—75 


Clemson — 59 


1934—37 


Wash. & Lee — 45 


56 * 


Wake Forest— 64 


1936—47 


Duke— 35 


1955—67 * 


Virginia — 68 


32 


Wash. & Lee— 38 


1956--69 


Duke— 94 


1937—35 


N. C. State— 42 


1957—71 


Virginia — 68 


1938—45 


Citadel — 43 


64 


South Carolina — 74 


32 


Duke— 35 


1958—70 


Virginia — 66 


1939-^7 


Richmond — 32 


71 * 


Duke— 65 


52 


N. C. State— 29 


86 x 


North Carolina — 74 




1959—65 


Virginia — 66 





Invitational Tournament Records 

1954 — All-American City Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) 

Maryland — 65 Arizona State — 50 

Maryland— 66 Evansville (Ind.)— 58 

Maryland — 54 Kentucky Wesleyan — 37 x 

1955 — All-American City Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) 

Maryland — 58 Texas Tech — 54 

Maryland— 83 Rhode Island St.— €6 

Maryland — 78 Cincinnati — 61 x 

1955-56 Mid-Winter Festival (College Park, Md.) 
Maryland — 75 Michigan State — 95 

Maryland — 75 St. Francis, Pa. — 66 

1956-57 — All-American City Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) 

Maryland — 89 Montana State — 72 

Maryland — 43 New Mexico A&M — 45 

Maryland — 43 Virginia — 39 

1957-58 — Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.) 

Maryland — 71 Vanderbilt — 56 

Maryland— 46 *** Memphis State — 47 

k — Championship Games * — Overtime Games *** — Triple Overtime 

1957-58 — NCAA Tournament (First Round) 
Maryland — 86 Boston College — 63 

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1957-58 — NCAA Eastern Regional Tournament 
Maryland — 67 Temple— 71 

Maryland— 59 ** Manhattan— 55 

** — Consolation Game — Thirl Place 
1958-59 — Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.) 
Maryland — 45 Mississippi State — 56 

Maryland — 54 Loyola — 50 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

RECORDS 

SEASON TEAM RECORDS 

Most points scored — 2004 in 29 games during the 1957-58 season 

Fewest points scored— 338 in 14 games by 1928 team. 

Highest scoring average — 66.7 in 24 games — 1955-56 (G: 24 Pts: 

1600). 

Lowest scoring average — 24.1 in 14 games — 1928 (G: 14 Pts: 338) 

Highest opp. scoring avg — 73.4 in 1940 (G: 22 Pts: 16.15) 

Lowest opp. scoring avg.— 20.5 by 1925 team (G: 16 Pts: 329) 

Best field goal average — 42.9—1953-54 season (att: 1661 made: 712) 

Best free throw average — 68.8 by 1957-58 team (att 858. made: 590) 

Most personal fouls— 579 by 1951-52 team (G: 30 fouls 579) 

Fewest personal fouls— 385 by 1954-55 team (G: 24 fouls 385) 

Most rebounds — 1178 in 1955. 

Best rebound average — 49.0 in 1955. 

INDIVIDUAL: 
Most points scored — 654 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 season (30 games) 
Best scoring average — 22.1 by Gene Shue, 1952-53 season (G: 23 

Pts: 508) 

Best field goal avg.— 50.6 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (attempts: 469 

made 237) 

Best free throw avg.— 78.9 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (Att: 228 made: 

180) 

Most field goals— 237 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 

Most Free throws— 180 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 

Most rebounds — 336 by Bob Kessler in 1956 

Best rebounding average — 14.0 by Bob Kessler in 1956 (336 in 24 

games) 

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS: 

Most points scored — 1578 by Gene Shue— 1950-54 (Including 181 
points as a freshman) 

Best scoring average — 17.7 by Gene Shue— 1950-54 (G: 89 Pts: 1578) 
Most field goals— 573 by Gene Shue— 1950-54 

Best free throw average — 72.3 by Gene Shue (att: 592 made: 428) 
Best field goal average — 45.6 by Gene Shue (att: 1256 made: 573) 
Most free throws — 428 by Gene Shue 

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS: 

Most points scored — 99 against South Carolina, March 1, 1958 at 
College Park, Md. 

Most opponents points scored— 95 by Michigan State (95-75)— Dec. 
29, 1955 

Fewest points scored— 12 — Maryland lost to Virginia 34-12 — Feb. 13, 
1928 

Fewest opponents points scored — 7 — 'Maryland defeated Kentucky 

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37-7, 1928 (center- jump). 25-^Md. defeated W&L., 51-25— Feb. 4, 1954 
Largest victory margin — 40 points — Maryland defeated Clemson, 81- 
41, Dec. 3, 1953. Tied 40 point margin March 1, 1958 against South 
Carolina, 99-59. 

Largest defeat margin — 63 points— Army defeated Maryland 85-22 — 
March 2, 1944 

Largest combined score — 170 points — Michigan State defeated Mary- 
land 95-75— Dec 29, 1955 

Smallest combined score — 33 points — Maryland defeated Navy 21-12, 
Dec. 1925 

Most field goals scored — 38 against South Carolina, March 1, 1958 
at College Park, Md. 

Best field goal average — 55.9% — (38-68) Maryland vs. South Caro- 
lina, March 1, 1958. 

Most field goals attempted— 88 against Wash. & Lee, Feb. 14, 1953 
Most free throws scored — 40 against North Carolina, 1958 (40-52) 
Fewest free throws scored — 4 against Virginia — Feb. 13, 1928 
Best free throw average — against North Carolina, Jan. 2, 1951 — (24 
out of 30). Against North Carolina State, March 2, 1951 (19-22) 
Most free throws attempted — 52 against North Carolina, 1958 
Fewest free throws attempted — 8 against Virginia — Feb. 13, 1928 
Fewest field goals attempted — 16 against Virginia, Feb. 13, 1928 
Most rebounds — 64 against Cincinnati, 1955 
Most personal fouls — 34 against Richmond, Jan. 8, 1953 
Fewest personal fouls — 10 against Pennsylvania, Dec. 10, 1952 

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS: 

Most points scored — 41 — Gene Shue against Wash, and Lee, Feb. 14, 
1953 

Most field goals scored— 16— Gene Shue against W.&L., Feb. 14, 1953 

Most free throws scored — 16-18 by Tom Young, against Wake 
Forest, Dec. 13, 1957. 

Most field goals attempted — 34 — Gene Shue against W.&L., Feb. 14, 
1953 

Most free throws attempted — 18 by Bob Kessler against Duke, Feb. 
7, 1956— (15-18). 18 by Tom Young against Wake Forest, Dec. 13, 195S 
(16-18). 

Best field goal average — 75% by Nick Davis — 12 for 16 attempt! 
against South Carolina, March 1, 1958. 

Best free throw average — 13 for 13 by Lee Brawley, Jan. 2, 1951— 
North Carolina, 12 for 12 by Lee Brawley, Dec. 1951 — North Carolina. 
14 for 15 by Gene Shue, against Georgetown, 1954 — last 13 were scored 
in a row. Bob O'Brien, 27 straight, 1956-57. 

Most rebounds — 22 by Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown, 1956 



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ACC Basketball Standings 



1954 

Conference Games 
Won Lost Pts. Opp. 



All Games 

Won Lost Pts. Opp. 

21 6 2,250 1,816 

23 7 1,953 1,673 

17 12 2,210 2,028 

26 7 2,687 2,258 

11 10 1,439 1,335 

11 16 1,693 1,816 

16 11 2,149 2,013 

5 18 1,433 1,802 

(*won conference championship in tournament, 82-80 over Wake 
Forest overtime) 



Duke 


9 


1 


818 


710 


MARYLAND 


7 


2 


621 


504 


Wake Forest 


8 


4 


978 


853 


*N. C. State 


5 


3 


656 


580 


North Carolina 


5 


6 


749 


721 


South Carolina 


2 


8 


600 


758 


Virginia 


1 


4 


333 


373 


Clemson 





9 


502 


758 



1955 
Conference Games 





Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


*N. C. State 


12 


2 


1,283 


1,086 


Duke 


11 


3 


1,212 


990 


MARYLAND 


10 


4 


923 


881 


Wake Forest 


8 


6 


1,176 


1,121 


North Carolina 


8 


6 


1,124 


1,107 


Virginia 


5 


9 


1,255 


1,255 


South Carolina 


2 


12 


970 


1,168 


Clemson 





14 


1,020 


1,355 



Won 
28 
20 
17 
17 
10 
14 
10 
2 



All 
Lost 

4 

8 

7 
10 
11 
15 
16 
21 



Games 
Pts. 

2,839 
2,386 
1,573 
2,315 
1,592 
2,605 
2,043 
1,694 



Opp. 

2,449 
2,037 
1,485 
2,139 
1,599 
2,449 
2,158 
2,147 



(*won conference championship in tournament, 87-77 over Duke) 



1956 
Conference Games 



Won 

11 

11 

10 

10 

7 



*N. C. State 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

MARYLAND 
Virginia 3 

South Carolina 3 
Clemson 1 

(*won conference 
Forest) 



Lost 
3 
3 

4 

4 

7 
11 
11 
13 



Pts. 

1,167 

1,017 

1,162 

1,101 

932 

957 

999 

1,115 



All Games 



Opp. 

1,024 

923 

1,065 

955 

909 

1,135 

1,132 

1,303 



Won 

24 
18 
19 
19 
14 
10 

9 

9 



Lost 

4 

5 

9 

7 
10 
17 
14 
17 



Pts. 

2,319 
1,839 
2,259 
2,095 
1,600 
1,992 
1,798 
2,236 



championship in tournament, 76-64 over 



Opp. 

1,974 
1,633 
2,105 
1,815 
1,555 
2,130 
1,823 
2,360 
Wake 



North Carolina 

MARYLAND 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

N. C. State 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Virginia 



1.957 

Conference Games All Games 

Won Lost Pts. Opp. Won Lost 

14 1,121 940 32 

9 5 .907 859 16 10 

8 6 1,090 1,049 13 11 

7 7 954 921 19 9 

7 7 1,036 1,052 15 11 

5 9 1,072 1,091 17 12 

3 11 1,022 1,170 7 17 

3 11 989 1,109 6 19 



Pts. 

2,537 
1,680 
1,881 
1,916 
1,970 
2,385 
1,739 
1,715 



Opp. 

2,098 
1,590 
1,848 
1,754 
1,933 
2,272 
1,977 
1,859 



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Duke 


11 


3 


North Carolina 


10 


4 


N. C. State 


10 


4 


MARYLAND 


9 


5 


Virginia 


6 


8 


Clemson 


4 


10 


South Carolina 


3 


11 


Wake Forest 


3 


11 



18 


7 


.720 


1729 


1604 


19 


7 


.731 


1867 


1688 


18 


6 


.750 


1607 


1477 


22 


7 


.759 


2004 


1671 


10 


13 


.435 


1621 


1660 


8 


16 


.333 


1650 


1723 


5 


19 


.208 


1590 


1868 


6 


17 


.261 


1452 


1558 



Championship Tournament 

(Played at Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C., March 7-8-9, 1957) 
First round — South Carolina over Duke 84-81; Maryland over Virginia 

71-68; North Carolina over Clemson 81-61; Wake Forest over N.C. 

State 66-56. 
Semifinals — South Carolina over Maryland 74-64; North Carolina over 

Wake Forest 61-59. 
Finals — North Carolina over South Carolina 96-75. 

1958 

Conference Games All Games 

Won Lost Pet. Pts. Opp. Won Lost Pet. Pts. Opp. 

.786 969 867 
.714 1026 926 
.714 960 895 
.643 989 862 
.429 974 1036 
.286 941 1019 
.214 898 1077 
.214 912 998 

Championship Tournament 

First round— North Carolina 62, Clem-on 51; N. C. State 66, South 
Carolina 61; Duke 51, Wake Forest 44; Maryland 70. Virginia 66. 

Semifinals — Maryland 71, Duke 65; North Carolina 64 N. C 
State 58. 

Finals— Maryland 86, North Carolina 74. 

1959 

Conference Games All Games 

Won Lost Pet. Pts. Opp. Won Lost Pet. Pts. Opp. 

N. C. State 12 2 .857 930 843 22 4 .846 1777 1595 

North Carolina 12 2 .857 967 853 20 5 800 1797 1629 

Duk e 7 7 .500 914 955 13 12 .520 1632 1728 

Maryland 7 7 .500 840 772 10 13 .435 1365 1296 

Virginia 6 8 .429 969 993 11 14 .440 1764 1783 

Wake Forest 5 9 .357 884 876 10 14 .417 1569 1589 

Clemson 5 9 .357 794 870 8 16 .333 1365 1540 

South Carolina 2 12 .143 833 969 4 20 .167 1477 1670 

Championship Tournament 

First round— Duke 78, Wake Forest 71; North Carolina 93, Clemson 
69; N. C. State 75, South Carolina 72 (overtime); Virginia 66 Mary- 
land 65. 

Semifinals— N. C. State 66, Virginia 63; North Carolina 74, Duke 71. 

Finals— N. C. State 80, North Carolina 56. 

N.C.A.A. Tournament 

First round— Navy 76, North Carolina 63. 



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All-Conference Teams 



(As selected by Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association) 



FIRST TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 
GENE SHUE, MARYLAND 
Mel Thompson, N. C. State 
Rudy D'Emilio, Duke 
Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 
Player of Year — Hemric 



1954 

SECOND TEAM 
Vic Molodet, N. C. State 
Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 
Joe Belmont, Duke 
Jerry Vayda, North Carolina 
Ronnie Mayer, Duke 
Coach of Year — Everett Case, N. C. State 



ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 
GENE SHUE, MARYLAND 
Mel Thompson, N. C. State 
Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State 
Skippy Winstead, North Carolina 



SECOND TEAM 

Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 

Bernie Janicki, Duke 

Rudy D'Emilio, Duke 

Herb Applebaum, N. C. State 

Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 



1955 



FIRST TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 
Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State 
Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 
Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina 
Ronnie Mayer, Duke 
Player of Year — Hemric Coach 



SECOND TEAM 
BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 
Bill Yarborough, Clemson 
Joe Belmont, Duke 
Vic Molodet, N. C. State 
Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 
of Year— Everett Case, N.C. State 



ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 
Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 
Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State 
Ronnie Mayer, Duke 
Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 
Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 



FIRST TEAM 
Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State 
Lennie Rosenbluth, N. Carolina 
Vic Molodet, N. C. State 
Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 
Joe Belmont, Duke 



SECOND TEAM 

Bill Miller, Virginia 

Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

Joe Belmont, Duke 

Phil DiNardo, N. C. State 



1956 



SECOND TEAM 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke 

BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Grady Wallace, So'Ah Carolina 

Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 



Player of Year — Shavlik. Coach of Year — Murray Greason, W. Forest 
ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 
Vic Molodet, N. C. State 
Lennie Rosenbluth, N. Carolina 
Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 
Jack Williams, Wake Forest 
John Maglio, N. C. State 



SECOND TEAM 

Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke 

BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Bill Miller, Virginia 

Bob McCarty, Virginia 



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1957 



FIRST TEAM 

Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina 
Grady Wallace, South Carolina 
Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 
Tommy Kearns, North Carolina 
Jack Williams, Wake Forest 



SECOND TEAM 

BOB O'BRIEN, MARYLAND 

Pete Brennan, North Carolina 

Jim Newcome, Duke 

John Richter, N. C. State 

Ernie Wiggins, Wake Forest 



ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina 
Grady Wallace, South Carolina 
Jack Williams, Wake Forest 
Pete Brennan, North Carolina 
Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 



SECOND TEAM 

Tommy Kearns, North Carolina 

JOHN NACINCIK, MARYLAND 

Ray Pericola, South Carolina 

Joe Quigg, North Carolina 

Bob Cunningham, North Carolina 



1958 



FIRST TEAM 

Pete Brennan, North Carolina* 

Lou Pucillo, N. C. State 

Tommy Kearns, North Carolina 

Jim Newcome, Duke 

Herb Busch, Virginia 

*Unanimous selection 



SECOND TEAM 
David Budd, Wake Forest 
John Richter, N. C. State 
Paul Schmidt, Duke 
John Nacincik, Maryland 
Nick Davis, Maryland, tied 
Bucky Allen, Duke, tied 



ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Pete Brennan, North Carolina* 
Nick Davis, Maryland 
Lou Pucillo, N. C State 
Charles McNeil, Maryland 
Tommy Kearns, North Carolina 
* Unanimous selection 



FIRST TEAM 
Lou Pucillo, N. C. State 
York Larese. North Carolina 
John Richter, N. C. State 
Doug Moe, North Carolina 
Carroll Youngkin, Duke 



SECOND TEAM 

Bucky Allen, Duke 

Bob Vernon, Duke 

Ray Stanley, North Carolina 

Al Bunge, Maryland 

Bobby Joe Harris, Duke 

1959 

SECOND TEAM 
Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 
George Stepanovich, N. C. 
Howard Hurt, Duke 
Paul Adkins, Virginia 
Charles McNeil, Maryland 

AWARDS 



State 



Player of Year — Lou Pucillo of N. C. State. 
Coach of Year — Harold Bradley of Duke. 
ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Lou Pucillo, N. C. State 

John Richter, N. C. State 

Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 

Paul Adkins, Virginia 

George Stepanovich, N. C. State 



SECOND TEAM 
Bob McGillivray. N. C. State 
Doug Moe, North Carolina 
York Larese, North Carolina 
Howard Hurt, Duke 
Carroll Youngkin, Duke 



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Maryland Freshmen 
Top • George Hoder, Bob Eicher, Billy Stasiulatis 
Center - Joe Barton 
Bottom - Connie Carpenter, Jerry Greenspan, Tommy Brown 




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