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University of Maryland 
Basketball 

1962-63 



THE COVER: (I to r.) Coach H. A. 

Bud Millikan, Connie Carpenter, Jerry 
Greenspan, Bob Eicher, Assistant Coach 
Frank Fellows. 

Compiled ana edited by 
Neil LaBar and Bi-uce Weber 



FOR PRESS, RADIO and TELEVISION 

The 1962-63 University of Maryland Basket- 
ball Handbook has been published for your 
convenience in finding information about the 
1962 Terrapin five. If this handbook does 
not fulfill your information needs, please 
write or call me at UNion 4-4076 at any time. 

I welcome a visit from you any time in 
Room 211 of the GoJe Field House and in 
turn I will try to visit you as often as possible. 

Applications for tickets should be made be- 
fore the game to allow time for mailing. Wire 
and telephone requirements should be made 
through your local Western Union office. 

Naturally there will be changes in posi- 
tions, etc. between now and the end of the 
season. Changes that occur will be reported in subsequent releases. 

I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks to each one 
i J° U wr j 1 haS offered assistance to me my first year at Mary- 
land. Words cannot express how much it has helped. I hope I can re- 
pay you by supplying you with the information you need for covering 
the Terps in A-l fashion for your readers, listeners and viewers. 

NEIL L. LaBAR 
Sports Information Director 
University of Maryland 
College Park, Md. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Varsity Basketball Schedule 3 

The Athletic Council 4 

Coach H. A. "Bud" Millikan 5 

Assistant Coach Frank Fellows . 6 

Terp Tips 7 _ 10 

Varsity Squad Photo H 

Varsity Basketball Roster ..""... 12 

Freshman Basketball Roster ~ 13 

Facts About Maryland '_ 14 

Terp Opponents " " i5_26 

Highest National Rankings; Terp All-Americas- 

1961-62 Statistics 2 7 

1961-62 Scores; Ail-Time Coaches' Records ' 28 

Maryland Tournament Records 29 

Maryland Basketball Records 30-32 

ACC Basketball Standings ""_" 33-36 

All-Conference Teams 36-39 

Freshman Basketball Schedule !!!!"!"!!![!"_""] 39 

Freshman Squad Photo 40 

Indoor Track 41 

Wrestling 42 

Swimming 43 

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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
1962-63 Varsity Basketball Schedule 



DATE 




OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


Dec. 


I 


PENN STATE 


Home 


Dec, 


4 


Georgetown 


Away 


Dec. 


8 


Duke 


Away 


Dec. 


II 


-NORTH CAROLINA STATE 


Home 


Dec. 


15 


"Virginia 


Away 


Dec. 


19 


•WAKE FOREST 


Home 


Jan. 


5 


-SOUTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Jan. 


8 


GEORGE WASHINGTON 


Home 


Jan. 


12 


NAVY 


Home 


Jan. 


14 


-NORTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Jan. 


19 


-North Carolina State 


Away 


Feb. 


I 


George Washington 


Away 


Feb. 


4 


GEORGETOWN 


Home 


Feb. 


7 


-North Carolina 


Away 


Feb. 


9 


-Clemson 


Away 


Feb. 


II 


-South Carolina 


Away 


Feb. 


14 


-Wake Forest 


Away 


Feb. 


16 


-VIRGINIA 


Home 


Feb. 


19 


-DUKE 


Home 


Feb. 


23 


-CLEMSON 


Home 



Atlantic Coast Conference Game 

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




THE 
ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



Geary F. Eppley 
Chairman 

William \Y. Cobey 
Director of Allilctics 



Dean Eppley 

Harry Hasslinger President, Alumni Association 

Dr. Francis C. Stark - Professor in Horticulture 

Dr. Jack Faber Head, Bacteriology Department 

Dr. Allan J. Fisher College of Business and Public Administration 

Dr. Walter B. Waetjen - College of Education 

Charles Hayleck College of Engineering 

Philip Rever President, Student Government Association 

William A. Wockenfuss Associate Prof, in Mechanical Engineering 

Department of intercollegiate Athletics 

Equipment Manager Kermit "Chief Cissell 

Assistant Equipment Manager Don Hutchison 

Head of Facilities Charles "Lindy" Kehoe 

Ticket Manager Eddie Bean 

Office Secretary to Mr. Cobey Mrs. Dorothy Hunt 

Office Secretary to Mr. Nugent Mrs. Frances Henry 

Office Secretary to Mr. Millikan Mrs. Theresa Ryan 

Head Trainer Alfred "Duke" Wyre 

Basketball Coach H. A. "Bud" Millikan 

Assistant Basketball Coach Frank Fellows 

Baseball Coach Elton S. "Jack" Jackson 

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 

Golf Coach Frank Cronin 

Rifle Coach Airman John Blackard 

Sports Information Director Neil LaBar 

Office Secretary to Mr. LaBar Mrs. Betty Francis 

The Football Coaches 

Head Football Coach Tom Nugent 

Assistant Football Ccach Roland Arrigoni 

Assistant Fcotball Coach Lee Corso 

Assistant Football Coach Bill Dovell 

Assistant Football Coach Carroll Huntress 

Assistant Football Coach Bernie Reid 

Assistant Football Coach Alf Satterfield 

Assistant Football Coach Frank Toomey 



H. A. "Bud" MILLIKAN — Head Coach 




Bud Millikan, one of the nation's top 
basketball coaches, this season begins 
his thirteenth season with the University 
of Maryland. 

The popular Terrapin coach has had 
great success in his twelve years of 
previous college coaching. There have 
been only two losing seasons since he 
came. 

The Terps generated the most excite- 
ment across the nation with the 1957- 
58 team. They won the Atlantic Coast 
Conference championship and went on 
to the NCAA playoffs, winning over 
Boston College in Madison Square Gar- 
den in the opening round. They lost by 
four points to top ranked Temple in 
the NCAA Eastern Regional Tourney at Char:otte. They finished the 
season as the nation's sixth ranked team. The ACC title was the first 
league title won by a Maryland team since they won the old Southern 
Conference crown from Kentucky in 1931. For his outstanding efforts 
and success, he was recognized by the Baltimore Sports' Reporters As- 
sociation as the top man in the State of Maryland for bringing more 
recognition and publicity to the State than any other figure. 

Millikan is one of the hardest working coaches in the game and is 
considered as having one of the finest basketball minds by his fellow 
coaches. 

His twelve year record is 181 wins and 116 losses. 

In the nine years in existence of the ACC. Millikan's teams in reg- 
ular season play have finished second, twice; third, twice; fourth, twice; 
and fifth, twice and seventh once. 

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 
turn-away crowds of over 15,000 people. 

The popular 42-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 the 1941-42 season. 
He stayed on at A&M for one year as freshman coach before entering 
the service. The great all-America Bob Kurlsnd 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 16 and a daughter, 
Maria Rea, age 11. 



FRANK FELLOWS — Assistant Coach 

Frank Fellows, a member of Millikan's 
first team at Maryland, returned to the 
University in 1961 as Assistant Basket- 
ball Coach. He handles scouting oppon- 
ents for Millikan and the varsity, scouts 
high school prospects and coaches the 
Freshman team. 

He received his Bachelor of Science 
degree in Physical Education in 1953 
and his Masters degree in 1957. In addi- 
tion to his basketball duties he is a 
member of the staff of the College of 
Physical Education, Recreation and 
Health. 

Fellows coached the Maryland fresh- 
men during the 1953-54 season while 
working on his master's degree. He en- 
tered the Air Force in 1954 and was a member of the Far East Air 
Force Championship squad. 

He returned to College Park in 1955 and completed his studies for 
his Masters degree while teaching at Montgomery Hills Junior High, 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Fellows started his basketball career in Goodman, Wisconsin, where 
he attended Madison Central High in Madison and starred in Football 
and Basketball. He returned to Wisconsin in 1957 and coached Basket- 
ball, Football and Baseball at Markesan High, Markesan, Wisconsin, 
from 1957 to 1960. While at Markesan his teams won Football and Base- 
ball Championships. His basketball teams led their conference in defense 
two years and was runner-up his third year. 

He coached the basketball team at Springbrook High, Silver Spring, 
Maryland, in 1960, the first year the Springbrook school was open, and 
accepted the assistant coaching position at Maryland last season. 

Fellows married the former Beth Mouser of Louisiana, also a 
Maryland graduate and a Terrapin Cheerleader during Frank's varsity 
career. They have two boys: Cary 6, and Andy 3. 




TERP TIPS 



JOE BARTON 

50 JOE BARTON, 6-7, 220, 21, Junior, 
Beaverdale, Pa. — returning letterman at 
the pivot spot . . . has a good outside 
jump shot and can hook from either side 
. . . hit for a .451 percentage last season 
from the field ... is strong rebounder 
and his experience should help Terps 
considerably . . . could be pivot starter 
this season . . . majoring in Psychology 
. . . was all-District at Beaverdale-Wil- 
more High. 





GERALD BYNAN 

32 GERALD BYNAN, 6-0, 155, 21, 
Sophomore, Heidelberg, Ger. — has desire 
and speed ... is quick . . . inexperience 
is a handicap but if hard work con- 
tinues Jerry will be top-flight performer 
. . . lefthander that likes to drive . . . 
came from Maryland extension in 
Heidelberg, Germany . . . went to high 
school in Heidelberg. 



PHIL CARLSON 

45 PHIL CARLSON, 6-4, 170, 19, 
Sophomore, Tacoma, Wash. — one of last 
year's most improved freshmen . . . 
good rebounder, hard driver . . . should 
see lots of action . . . hard worker . . . 
could break into starting five . . . has 
gained weight which should help on the 
boards . . . fine student . . . better than 
B average in School of Engineering . . . 
hit on nearly half of shots from field 
as a freshman . . . was 2nd leading re- 
bounder while averaging nearly nine 
points a game. 





CONNIE CARPENTER 

35 CONNIE CARPENTER, 6-4, 190, 
24, Senior, Norwalk, Conn. — hard-work- 
ing senior letterman . . . should have 
best year for Terp^ . . . good jump shot 
. . . hit over 43 per cent of shots from 
the field last season ... is likely start- 
er at forward . . . fine ball handler . . . 
had a brilliant high school career in 
baseball and basketball . . . starred in 
both sports at Greenbrier Military Aca- 
demy. 



BOB EICKER 

20 BOB EICHER, 6-2, 180, 21, Senior, 
Greensburg, Pa. — was 3rd leading scorer 
for Terps last season . . . averaged 
nearly 12 points a game . . . hit over 
42 per cent of shots from field . . . was 
3rd leading rebounder last season even 
though one of shortest members of 
squad . . . aggressive, hard-working 
competitor . . . has deadly short jump 
shot . . . excellent speed . . . best driver 
on squad . . . has started for Terps both 
varsity seasons . . . fine all-round athlete 
. . . injuries have hampered potential 
. . . should have best year barring in- 
juries . . . type of year Eicher has 
could determine Maryland's 1962-63 
basketball fortunes . . . known as "Ike" 
to teammates . . . was all-County, all- 
Section, and all-WPIAL in Western Penna. league . . . president of the 
letterman club at Greensburg High . . . was a class officer and presi- 
dent of the Spanish Club ... a fine track and baseball prospect . . . 
holds high iump record at Greensburg . . . experienced letterman . . . 
in School of Physical Education, Recreation and Health. 



SCOTT FERGUSON 

54 SCOTT FERGUSON, 6-8, 225, 21, 
Junior, Hanover, Pa. — tallest player on 
Terp squad . . . early practice sessions 
indicate vast improvement . . . might be 
most improved player from last year's 
varsity squad . . . was starting center in 
early practice sessions ... is strong . . . 
good position rebounder . . . likes to 
hook with either hand . . . short jump 
shot is deadly . . . experienced letter- 
man ... in School of Physical Educa- 
tion, Recreation and Health. 









JERRY GREENSPAN 

25 JERRY GREENSPAN, 6-6, 220, 21, 
Senior, Newark, N.J. — Terps top scorer 
and rebounder last year . . . back for 
what is hoped will be an even better 
year . . . veteran letterman . . . aver- 
aged over 15 points a game while haul- 
ing in 235 rebounds . . . hit nearly 80 
per cent of foul shots . . . good speed 
for size . . . averaged 20 rebounds a 
game as a frosh . . . was 2nd team 
all-State at Weequahic High as well as 
all-City and all-County ... in School 
of Physical Education, Recreation and 
Health . . . known as "Greenie" to 
teammates. 






BOB LEWIS 

34 BOB LEWIS, 6-4, 202, 20, Sopho- 
more, Silver Spring — inexperience will 
hurt . . . came from intramural ranks 
... no high school experience . . . eager 
to learn and willing to work ... is learn- 
ing fast . . . could see a lot of action 
before the end of season. 



SAM McWILLIAMS 

40 SAM McWILLIAMS, 6-1, 185, 20, 
Sophomore, Washington, D.C. — needs 
varsity experience . . . 3rd leading scor- 
er for frosh last year averaging nearly 
15 points a game ... hit over 52 per 
cent of shots from field . . . dedicated 
to basketball . . . excellent jump shot 
. . . scrappy, determined . . . could be 
big surprise by starring as first year 
varsity performer . . . earned scholar- 
ship assistance on basis of academic and 
basketball performance as frosh . . . 
good student in engineering 
ambidexterous . . . should help varsity 
right away. 




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RUDY SHIVELY 

55 RUDY SCHIVELY, 6-6, 185, 19, 
Sophomore, Portsmouth, O. — led last 
year's frosh squad in rebounding . . . 
hauled down 167 rebounds . . . excellent 
jumper . . . good speed for size . . . 
keen desire . . . could develop into one 
of best performers for Terps with var- 
sity experience . . . played on Ohio State 
Champion High School team. 




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FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

NAME - - University of Maryland 

LOCATION College Park, Maryland 

FOUNDED 1807 

ENROLLMENT - 15,500 

PRESIDENT Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR -.. William W. Cobey 

SID Neil LaBar 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White— Black and Gold 

MASCOT A Terrapin 

HOME COURT Cole Field House (12,500) 

HEAD BASKETBALL COACH: H. A. "Bud" Millikan (Oklahoma A&M 
'42) 13th season at Maryland: 12 year record 181 wins — 116 losses. 

TRAINER Alfred J. "Duke" Wvre 



LETTERMEN LOST FROM 1960-61 SQUAD: (four) 

6-2 forward Paul Jelus; 6-2 guard Bruce Kelleher; 6-7 center Ted 
Marshall; 5-9 guard Mike Nof singer. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: (five) 

6-7 center Joe Barton: 6-4 forward Connie Carpenter; 6-2 guard 
Bob Eicher; 6-8 center Scott Ferguson; 6-6 forward Jerry Greenspan. 

REPLACEMENTS: (six) 

6-0 guard Gerald Bynan; 6-4 forward Phil Carlson; 6-4 forward Bob 
Lewis; 5-10 guard Ray Maxwell; 6-1 guard Sam McWilliams; 6-6 
forward Rudy Shively. 



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TERP OPPONENTS 



Pennsylvania State University 

FACTS ABOUT THE N1TTANY LIONS 

CONFERENCE None 

LOCATION University Park, Pennsylvania 

1962 ENROLLMENT 17,698 

COLORS Blue and White 

HOME COURT Recreation Building (6,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Ernest B. McCoy 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Jim Tarman 

HEAD COACH John S. Egli (Penn State '43) 

COACHING RECORD Won 98, Lost 89 (8 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 12, Lost 11 

NITTANY LIONS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 1 — Penn State Won 1) 

1961-62 RESULTS 
Maryland 65 Penn State 71 at University Park, Pa. 

SERIES NOTES 

Maryland beat Penn State 64-47 in series opener. 

NITTANY LION NOTES 

TEAM CAPTAINS: Earl Hoffman and John Mitchell. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Gene Harris and John Philips. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: John Mitchell, Earl Hoffman, Bob Donato, 
Ulo Kart, Chuck Marin, Bob Hutchinson. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Six lettermen, including three starters, return 
from a 1961-62 squad which barely broke the .500 mark 
(12 Wins, 11 Losses) to form the nucleus for the 1962-63 
edition of the Nittany Lions. 

The regulars coming back to greet Coach John Egli 
are 6-1 John Mitchell, 6-5 Earl Hoffman and 5-11 Bob 
Donato. Last year Mitchell placed second in scoring only 
to the now-graduated Gene Harris, team captain who 
paced Penn State by scoring 431 points in 23 games for an 
18.7 average and led the team in rebounding with an im- 
pressive 298 total. Mitchell hit for 291 markers in 23 
games for a standout 12.7 average. 

Hoffman followed in third by averaging 11.6 points 
per game in 20 games for 233 total. Donato, a playmaker, 
averaged 5.5 points. 

Lettermen Ulo Kart, Chuck Marin and Bob Hutchin- 
son saw a good deal of action as replacements for the 
first team. 

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Georgetown University 

FACTS ABOUT THE HOYAS 

CONFERENCE Independent 

LOCATION Washington, D.C. 

ENROLLMENT 6.800 

COLORS Blue and Grey 

HOME COURT McDonough Gym (4,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jack Hagerty 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Dick Williams 

HEAD COACH Tommy O'Keefe (Georgetown '50) 

COACHING RECORD Won 25, Lost 19 (2 years) 

1960-61 RECORD Won 14, Lost 9 

HOYAS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 21 — Lost 14) 

Md. Georgetown Md. Georgetown Md. Georgetown 

1935—24 25 1949—51 53 1956—72 61 

1936—47 39 1950—71 65 1957—82 69 

1937_27 39 1951—58 47 1957—62 59 

1938—39 57 1952—55 40 1958—55 45 

1939—25 39 1952—61 71 1958—56 46 

1940—28 27 1953^5 54 1959—61 53 

1941_34 51 1953—48 49 1959—67 56 

1942—51 42 1954—56 58 1959—59 48 

1943—36 46 1954—53 50 1960—51 66 

1947—59 50 1955—60 43 1960—78 67 

1948—42 50 * 1955— 57 49 1961—55 47 

1948—52 56 1956—62 57 

1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 78 Georgetown 79 at College Park (double overtime). 
83 70 at Georgetown 

SERIES RESULTS 

MOST TOTAL POINTS: 157 Georgetown 79 Md. 78 (two overtimes) at 
College Park, 1961. 153 Maryland 83, Georgetown 70 
(regulation) at Georgetown, 1962. 

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 18 points by Georgetown in 1938 — 
Md. 39— GU 57. 

HOYA NOTES 

CO-CAPTAINS: Ed Lopata, Jim Christy. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-7 Robert Sharpenter, 6-5 Daniel Slattery, 6-5 
John Kraljic, 6-5 Vince Wolfington, 6-5 Paul Tagliabue, 
6-3 Jim Carrino, 6-2 Tom O'Dea, 6-1 Jay Force. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-2 Joe Mazelin, 6-1 Jim Christy. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-6 Ed Lopata (lettered in 1960-61), 6-5 Chuck Dev- 
lin, 6-3 Buddy O'Donnell, 6-6 Jim Barry, 6-5 Joe Franz, 
6-3 John Prendergast, 6-4 Tom Cradock, Bill Hodgman, 
6-1 John Brogan, 6-3 Pardee Abadie. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Losing four of five starters and eight of ten let- 
termen does not help the Georgetown situation. Much de- 
pends on Christy and big Ed Lopata. The Hoyas need 
more strength on the boards where they are light. Barry 
is the key soph, along with Franz, Prendergast, and 
Cradock. 

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Duke University 

FACTS ABOUT THE BLUE DEVILS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Durham, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 6,200 

COLORS Roval Blue and White 

HOME COURT Duke Indoor Stadium (9,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Edmund M. Cameron 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Glenn E. "Ted" Mann 

HEAD COACH Vic Bubas (N.C. State '51) 

COACHING RECORD Won 59, Lost 22 (3 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 20, Lost 5 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 11, Lost 3 

BLUE DEVILS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 22 — Duke 34) 

Maryland Duke Maryland Duke Maryland Duke 

1926—41 20 1940—37 48 1953—74 65 

1930—27 28 1940—32 44 1954—61 68 

1930—24 39 1941—17 43 1955—49 47 

1931—32 24 1941—20 40 1955—61 68 

1932—20 18 1942—33 37 1956—62 76 

1933—30 28 1942—46 64 1956—70 82 

1934—37 33 1943—43 46 1957—62 51 

1935—30 48 1945—24 51 1957—60 72 

1936—38 34 1945—49 76 1958—74 49 

1936—47 35 1946—25 59 1958—59 68 

1937—31 34 1946—43 38 ****1958— 71 65 

1937—30 34 1947—38 40 1959—64 31 

1938—40 35 1947—42 53 1959—69 78 

1938—34 44 1949—46 58 1960—56 48 

1938—32 35 1950—67 57 1960—71 61 

1939—37 34 1951—40 49 1961—62 70 

1939—60 44 1951—51 56 1961—76 71 

1940—32 30 1952—48 51 

**** Overtime ACC Tournament 

1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 68, Duke 84 at Durham. North Carolina. 

53 79 at College Park, Maryland. 

58 71 at Raleigh, North Carolina. 

SERIES NOTES 

Most Total Points: 152 — Md.— 70, Duke— 82 in 1956. Largest Margin of 
Victory: 33 points by Maryland in 1959, Md. — 64, Duke— 31. 

BLUE DEVIL NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST. 6-4 Buzz Mewhort, 6-7 Fred Kast, 5-11 Jack Mul- 
len. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-5 Art Heyman, 6-4 Jeff Mullins, 6-5 Bob 
Jamieson, 6-5 Scott Williamson, 6-10 Jay Buckley, 6-3 
Buzzy Harrison, 5-10 Bill Ulrich, 6-3 Fred Schmidt, 6-0 
Rav Cox. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-6 Brent Kitching, 6-5 Ted Mann, jr., 6-10 Hack 
Tison, 6-2 Ron Herbster, 6-0 Denny Ferguson. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Duke should be tough. The two great forwards, 
Heyman and Mullins, will make the Blue Devils hard to 
handle at any time. Much will depend on improvement 
at the guards and center. Coach Bubas expects help from 

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some of the freshmen who have prospects of developing 
into fine varsity players. It appears the Blue Devils will 
be tougher as a team, but shooting at a 20-5 record with 
a tough schedule may be hard to equal. 

North Carolina State College 

FACTS ABOUT THE WOLFPACK 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Raleigh, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 7,225 

COLORS Red and White 

HOME COURT Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Roy B. Clogston 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Frank Weedon 

HEAD COACH ...Everett N. Case (Wisconsin '23) 

COACHING RECORD Won 360, Lost 111 (16 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 11. Lost 6 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 10, Lost 4 

WOLFPACK RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 15 — North Carolina State Won 19) 
Md. N.C. State Md. N.C. State Md. N.C. State 

1924—18 30 1944—46 32 1958— 48 57 

1927—23 38 1944—57 42 ***1958— 64 69 

1928—36 24 1946—47 39 1959—53 55 

1930—26 28 1946—37 33 1959—37 53 

1930—21 19 1950—45 54 1960—63 53 

1935—36 43 1955—68 64 1960—46 48 

1937—33 35 1955—58 78 *1960— 58 74 

1937—41 33 1956—64 73 1961—67 75 

1939—40 46 1956—71 62 1961—75 57 

1939—53 29 1957—79 66 1961—66 83 

1940—45 36 1957—56 49 

***Triple Overtime 
*A.C.C. Tournament 

1961-62 RESULTS 
Maryland 68 North Carolina State 73 at College Park, Md. (overtime) 

61 68 at Raleigh, N.C. 

SERIES NOTES 

Most Total Points: 149, N.C.S.— 83, Md.— 66 at Raleigh, N.C, 1961. Larg- 
est Margin of Victory: 24 points by Maryland 1930, Md. 53, N.C.S. 29. 

WOLFPACK NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-5 John Punger, 6-6 Russ Marvel, 6-3 Dan 
Wherry, 6-1 Denny Lutz. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-6 Pete Auksel, 6-5 Jim Whitfield, 6-2 Jon 
Speaks, 6-0 Ken Rohloff. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-6 Larry Lakins, 6-3 John Arganbright, 6-5 Larry 
Worsley, 6-0 Gary Hale, 6-1 Tommy Smith, 6-0 John 
Smith. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: State will be basically inexperienced, except in 
the backcourt where all-ACC Jon Speaks and Ken Rohloff 
return. The front line will be tall and should offer good 
rebounding, while center will be manned by 6-8 John 
Key and 6-9 Ron Gossell. Key to the entire season could 
be the performance of service returnee Larry Lakins, a 

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6-6 forward-center. Case expects good shooting as a team 
and a fine balance in the backcourt. Top newcomer ap- 
pears to be forward Larry Worsley, called by Case "as 
fine a shooter as I've had at forward." 



University of Virginia 

FACTS ABOUT THE CAVALIERS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Charlottesville, Virginia 

ENROLLMENT 4,500 

COLORS Orange and Blue 

HOME COURT Memorial Gym (5,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Steve Sebo 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Dick Turner 

HEAD COACH Billy McCann (Virginia '41) 

COACHING RECORD Won 35, Lost 86 (5 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 5, Lost 18 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 2, Lost 12 

CAVALIERS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 51 — Virginia 22) 

Maryland Virginia Maryland Virginia Maryland Virginia 

1924—13 26 1937—37 23 1952—71 61 

1925—24 18 1938—39 23 1952—59 56 

1925—36 25 1939—31 21 1953—70 64 

1926—28 34 1941—18 41 1953—70 56 

1926—30 21 1942—35 34 1954—72 69 

1927—17 22 1942—36 26 1955—78 65 

1927—29 28 1943—53 49 * 1955— 67 68 

1928—26 20 1943—56 42 1956—67 55 

1928—12 34 1944—20 52 1956—60 73 

1929—30 22 1944—26 49 1957—67 63 

1929—25 22 1945—26 57 **1957— 43 39 

1930—54 20 1945—33 61 1957—85 64 

1930—51 29 1946—45 48 ***1957— 71 68 

1931—31 34 1946—37 36 1958—87 66 

1931—34 21 1947—44 64 1958—69 56 

1932—36 31 1947—56 68 ** -1958— 70 66 

1932—46 18 1948—47 53 1959—63 56 

1933—19 26 1948—43 79 1959—50 62 

1933—37 28 1949—56 66 ***1959— 65 66 

1934_43 20 1949—70 52 1959—70 62 

1934—28 25 1950—59 57 1960—44 43 

1935—44 24 1950—46 43 1961—57 52 

1935—33 32 1951—59 42 1961—77 62 

1936^0 34 1951—63 53 

*Overtime ** All- American City Tournament ***ACC Tournament 

1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 91 Virginia 70 at Charlottesville, Virginia. 

68 72 at College Park, Maryland. 

SERIES NOTES 

Most Total Points: 161, Md. — 91, Va. — 70 in 1961. Largest Margin of 
Victory: 36 points by Virginia in 1948 — Va.— 79, Md. — 43. 

CAVALIER NOTES 

1962-63 TEAM CAPTAINS : Gene Engle and Hunter Conner. 

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LETTERMEN LOST: 5-10 Tony Lacquintano, 6-0 Ronnie Miller. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-5 Gene Engel, 6-4 Steve Jarvis, 6-6 Gene 
Flamm, 6-6 John Eller, 6-10 Rich Kastra, 5-8 Jay Lam- 
biotte, 6-3 Hunter Conner, 6-4 Gary Spohn. 

REPLACEMENTS: 5-11 Fletcher Arritt, 5-10 Mike Greenberg, 6-6 Tom- 
my Johnson, 6-6 McMillan Caldwell, 6-4 Kenny Goble, 
6-6 Bob Blackwood, 6-4 Chuck Rotgin, 6-4 Whitey Rock- 
lein, 6-0 Bernie Meyer, 6-0 Mickey Haynes. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: If Engel plays ball, the Cavaliers should be im- 
proved. Caldwell must also come through for the Virginia 
five. Conner is as good as anyone around . . . the Cavaliers 
need some help at the guard spot . . . Jarvis may be the 
man. 

Wake Forest College 

FACTS ABOUT THE DEACONS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Winston Salem, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 2 881 

COLORS Old Gold & Black 

HOME COURT Memorial Coliseum (8,200) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR William H. Gibson 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR ;.. Marvin A. Francis 

HEAD COACH Horace A. 'Bones" McKinney (N.C. '46) 

COACHING RECORD Won 78. Lost 58 (5 years) 

TEAM HONORS ACC Champions, advanced to NCAA 

Semi-finals at Louisville, Ky. 

1961-62 RECORD Won 22, Lost 9 

1961-62 ACC RECORD ...Won 12, Lost 2 

DEACONS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 7 — Wake Forest Won 14) 
Md. Wake Forest Md. Wake Forest Md. Wake Forest 

1952—59 61* 1956—60 76 1959^47 54 

1954—54 71 1957—59 53 1960—64 65 

1954—74 53 1957—58 62 1961—60 72 

1954—56 64* 1958—72 58 1961—69 78 

1955—58 62* 1958—74 67 1961—76 98** 

1955—71 75 1959—68 65 

1956—61 51 1959—53 56 

*Overtime **ACC Tournament 

1961-62 RESULTS 
Maryland 79 Wake Forest 62 at College Park, Md. 
78 81 at Winston-Salem, N.C. 

SERIES NOTES 
Most Total Points: 174, WF— 98, Md.— 76, ACC tournament, 1961. Larg- 
est Margin of Victory: 22 points by Wake Forest, 98 — 76 ACC tourna- 
ment, 1961. 

DEACON NOTES 
TEAM CAPTAIN: Dave Wiedeman 
LETTERMEN LOST: 6-8 Len Chappell, 5-9 Billy Packer, 6-6 Bill Hull, 

6-3 Tommy McCoy. 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-7 Brad Brooks, 6-5 Richard Carmichael, 

6-3 Frank Christie, 5-11 Butch Hassell, 6-2 Al Koehler, 

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5-11 Dave Weideman, 6-10 Bob Woollard, 6-4 Ted Zawacki. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-0 John Anderson, 6-5 Richard Herring, 6-2 Danny 
Loftin, 6-5 Al Lozier, 6-4 Jay Martin, 6-1 Billy Smith, 6-5 
Ronnie Watts. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Coach Bones McKinney, starting his sixth sea- 
son at Wake Forest, has three starters returning from 
last year's club which finished third in the NCAA finals. 
They are forward Frank Christie, center Bob Woollard 
and guard Dave Wiedeman. The big job is finding replace- 
ments for All-America Len Chappell and Billy Packer. 
Letterman Richard Carmichael and newcomer Richard 
Herring are expected to vie for the vacant frontcourt 
berth while lettermen Butch Hassell and Al Koehler 
should battle it out for the backcourt spot. Herring was 
the leading scorer for the frosh last year with an 18.5 
average. 

University of South Carolina 

FACTS ABOUT THE GAMECOCKS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Columbia, South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 7,500 

COLORS Garnet and Black 

HOME COURT ....Carolina Field House (3,200) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Marvin Bass 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Tom Price 

HEAD COACH Chuck Noe (Virginia '48) 

COACHING RECORD First year at USC; 109-51 seven years 

at Virginia Tech). 

1961-62 RECORD Won 15, Lost 12 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 7, Lost 7 

GAMECOCKS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 21 — South Carolina Won 9) 

Md. S. Carolina Md. S. Carolina Md. S. Carolina 

1925—38 22 1951—47 37 1958—72 59 

1935—35 21 1954—53 53 1958—99 59 

1940—30 33 1954—79 48 1959—59 41 

1948—68 54 1955—68 51 1959—75 45 

1948—54 53 1955—68 52 1960—85 52 

1949—79 49 1956—76 57 1960—72 66 

1949—57 56 1956—59 53 1961—72 58 

1950—56 61 1957—60 68 1961—61 64 

1950—44 59 1957—66 59 

1951—43 43 1957—64 74* 

*ACC Tournament 

1961-62 RESULTS 
Maryland 72, South Carolina 86 at College Park, Maryland. 
68, 85 at Columbia, South Carolina. 

SERIES NOTES 

Most Total Points: 158— Md. 99, S.C.— 59 in 1958, S.C.— 86, Md. 72 in 
1962; Largest margin of victory: 40 points by Maryland in 1958 — Md. 
99, S.C. 59. 

GAMECOCK NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-4 Art Whisnant; 6-3 Bud'Cronin; 6-0 Bobby 

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Robinson; 6-5 Jim Podell; 6-5 Dave Barrett; 6-4 Bob 
Rebhan. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-3 Ronnie Collins; 6-1 Scotti Ward; 6-4 
Bob Haney; 6-3 Bill Yarborough; 6-0 Terry Lucansky; 
6-6 Dave Prevoznik. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-6 John Gorsage; 6-5 Dennis Ostaszewski; 6-2 Rich- 
ard Grich. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Southern Conference Coach of the Year Chuck 
Noe left Virginia Tech to take over South Carolina's 
basketball fortunes when Atlantic Coast Conference 
Coach of the Year Bob Stevens moved to Oklahoma. Five 
of the top eight performers from the 1961-62 Gamecock 
team were lost by graduation or academic failure. The 
1961-62 freshman team won only one game. The 1962-63 
Gamecocks will lack experience and depth. 



George Washington University 

FACTS ABOUT THE COLONIALS 

CONFERENCE Southern 

LOCATION - Washington, D.C. 

ENROLLMENT 1 000 

COLORS Buff and Blue 

HOME COURT Washington Coliseum (7,200) Fort Mver 

'4 000). 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Robert K. Faris 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Bill Dismer 

HEAD COACH William J. Reinhart (Oregon '22) 

COACHING RECORD Won 283. Lost 176 (20 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 9, Lost 15 

1961-62 S. C. RECORD Won 6, Lost 7 

COLONIALS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 15, George Washington Won 20) 
Maryland G.W.U. Maryland GAV.U. Maryland G.W.U. 

1924—41 22 1948—35 59 1955—67 73 

1924—19 20 1949—54 66 1956—62 48 

1939—24 37 1949^42 61 1956—67 46 

1940—26 44 1950—51 72 1957—68 48 

1941—28 61 1951—47 67 1957—84 67 

1942—29 47 1952—56 57 1958—64 55 

1943^3 48 **1953— 62 61 *1959— 65 66 

1946—48 35 1953—66 53 1959—64 57 

1947-^4 43 1954— 6S 61 *1960— 86 84 

1947—48 63 1954—57 70 1961—80 68 

1948—49 65 1955—53 75 1961—44 63 

**Double Overtime 
^Overtime 

1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 67 George Washington 56 at Washington Co'iseum, Wash. D.C. 

81 67 at College Park, Maryland. 

SERIES NOTES 

MOST TOTAL POINTS: 170 — Md. 86 — GW 84 — overtime game at 

College Park, Md. 
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 33 points by George Washington, 

1941— GW 61 — Md. 28. 

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COLONIAL NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST: 5-10 Jon Feldman, 6-1 Mike Herron, 6-5 Gar 
Schweickhardt. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-7 Joe Adamitis, 6-3 Don Ardell, 6-3 Bob 
Armstrong, 6-3 Mike Checkan, 5-9 Jeff Feldman, 6-6 Ed 
Ruppert, 6-4 Dave Sparks. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-4 Phil Aruscavage, 6-1 Mark Clark, 6-1 Rick 
Duques, 6-1 Neil Hausig, 6-5 Gary Holloman, 6-5 Kenny 
Legins, 5-8 Joe Mullan, 6-3 Rolf Russart, 6-4 Roger Wil- 
liams. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Sophomores who compiled great record (14-1) 
last year should help . . . Kenny Legins, tremendous 
prospect, averaged 23 points and 17 rebounds per game be- 
fore being hurt in mid-season . . . Mark Clark (20.4) and 
Phil Aruscavage (18.6) could be starters . . . team will be 
built around juniors Joe Adamitis (6-7 center, 14.4 aver- 
age last year) and Mike Checkan (6-3) who averaged 
13.4 for 10 games after becoming eligible in February 
. . . highly regarded also is Eddie Farrell, a junior college 
transfer from Far Rockaway, N.Y., who has unlimited 
hustle and is an outstanding driver; stands 5-10 and 
played high school ball at New York City's Bishop 
Loughlin. 

United States Naval Academy 

FACTS ABOUT THE MIDDIES 

CONFERENCE ECAC 

LOCATION Annapolis, Maryland 

ENROLLMENT 4.100 

COLORS Blue and Gold 

HOME COURT Field House (4,533) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Capt. William S. Busik, USN 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Budd Thalman 

HEAD COACH Ben Carnevale 

COACHING RECORD Won 272, Lost 126 (19 years) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 13, Lost 8 

MIDDIES RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 15, Navy Won 23) 

Maryland Navy Maryland Navy Maryland Navy 

1925—16 23 1938—34 37 1953—47 51 

1926—21 12 1939—37 47 1954—61 60 

1927-^0 32 1942—47 61 1955—60 54 

1928—26 35 1943—63 53 1956—80 61 

1929—30 27 1944—35 69 1957—55 56 

1930—43 39 1945—33 70 1958—88 58 

1931—33 36 1946—35 44 1958-64 51 

1932—26 15 1947—27 55 1959—50 53 

1933—21 59 1948—47 51 1960—51 50 

1934—27 46 1949—46 52 1961—63 62 

1935—36 43 1950—62 75 1962—58 67 

1936—32 20 1951^7 51 

1937—37 53 1952—48 45 

SERIES RECORD 

MOST TOTAL POINTS: 146 points — Md. 88 Navy 58 in 1958. 
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: .30 points — Md. 88, Navy 58 in 
1958. 

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MIDDIE NOTES 

TEAM CAPTAIN: Ron Terwilliger. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 Joe Broz, 5-11 Al Hughes, 6-3 Bill Kirvan, 
6-6 Mike Miga, 5-11 Dave Tremaine. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-3 Ron Terwilliger, 6-1 John Mahoney. 

REPLACEMENTS: Forrest Siburt, Dave Kanning, Bob Davenport, John 
Common, Hank Kettelhodt, Don Konold, Bruce Krum, 
Bruce Terwilliger, Bruce Gunkle, Woody Vaughan, John 
Krechting, Mark Rein, Larry Mack, Roger Staubach, 
Doug McCarty. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: "Looking at the 1962-63 season, we can first 
observe that there isn't a team on our schedule we can't 
beat," says coach Ben Carnevale. "To win, however, we 
have a lot of hard work ahead. Graduation robbed us of 
all our big men and took two veteran performers from 
the backcourt. 

University of North Caroiina 

FACTS ABOUT THE TAR HEELS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Chapel Hill, N.C. 

ENROLLMENT 9.600 

COLORS ..._ Carolina Blue and White 

HOME COURT Woolen Gymnasium (4,800) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR C.P. 'Chuck" Erickson 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Bob Quincy 

HEAD COACH Dean Smith (Kansas '53) 

COACHING RECORD Won 8, Lost 9 (1 year) 

1961-62 RECORD Won 8, Lost 9 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 7, Lost 7 

TAR HEELS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 23 — North Carolina Won 38) 

Md. N. Carolina Md. N. Carolina Md. N. Carolina 

1924—20 26 1939—34 32 1952—71 51 

1925—16 21 1939—66 41 1953—49 59 

1926—23 22 1941—36 55 1953—68 66 

1927—28 23 1941—29 44 1955—70 60 

1927—23 32 1942—30 34 1955—63 61 

1928—23 19 1942—47 40 1956—62 68 

1929—22 28 1943—40 31 1956—55 64 

1929—29 22 1945—28 53 1957—61 70 

1930—36 24 1946—28 64 1957—61 65* 

1930—22 19 1946—31 33 1958—74 61 

1931—33 31 1947—43 48 1958—59 66 

1932—26 25 1948—46 70 1958—86 74** 

1932—26 32 1948—47 51 1959—57 64 

1933—42 29 1949—47 55 1959—69 51 

1934—24 28 1949—42 66 1960—66 75 

1935—31 39 1950—53 58 1960—64 81 

1936—32 44 1950—56 ' 69 1960—57 81 

1936—24 41 1951—66 59 1961—52 58 

1937—35 44 1951—56 55 1961—56 63 

1938—24 43 1952—17 51 

*Double Overtime ; 

**ACC Championship Game 

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1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 79 North Carolina 62 at College Park, Maryland. 

67 70 at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 

SERIES NOTES 

Most Total Points: 160— Md. 86— N.C. 74 in ACC Championship game, 
1958 Largest Margin of Victory: 36 points by North Carolina, 1946. N.C. 
64, Md. 28. 

TAR HEEL NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-7 Jim Hudock, 6-8 Jim Donohue, 6-7 Harry 
Jones, 6-0 Don Walsh. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 5-10 Larry Brown, 6-2 Peppy Callahan, 
6-2 Mike Cooke, 6-7 Art Katz, 6-5 Dieter Krause, 6-4% 
Bryan McSweeny, 6-1 Yogi Poteet, 6-3 Charlie Shaffer, 
6-2 Charlie Burns, 6-7 Richard Vinroot. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-8 Bruce Bowers, 6-3 Bill Brown, 6-4 % Billy Cun- 
ningham, 6-5 Billy Galantai, 6-4 Ray Respess. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: North Carolina is looking forward to a fine 
year on the hardwood. The squad expects to receive a tre- 
mendous lift in handling the boards from a pair of out- 
standing sophs, 6-4% Billy Cunningham and 6-5 Billy 
Galantai. The backcourt wizardry of speedy, quick-think- 
ing Larry Brown places the offense in the hands of a 
superlative quarterback. He's a sure bet for all-star hon- 
ors and averaged 16.5 points per game last year. Joining 
Brown is a vet of two seasons past, Yogi Poteet, who was 
ineligible last winter. Also on hand will be talented letter- 
men Charlie Shaffer, Bryan McSweeney, Dieter Krause 
and Art Katz. The Tar Heels have excellent speed, above 
average shooting and should play a harassing defense. 
Depth is no problem. Coach Dean Smith realizes there are 
some question marks, chief of which is rebounding power, 
but he frankly feels his youngsters can scrap with anyone. 



Clemson College 

FACTS ABOUT THE TIGERS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION _ _ Clemson, South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 4,400 

COLORS Burnt Orange and Purple 

HOME COURT Clemson Field House 5,000 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR F. J. Howard 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR R. C. Bradley 

HEAD COACH C. C. (Bob) Roberts (Furman '53) 

COACHING RECORD First Season 

1961-62 TEAM RECORD Won 12, Lost 15 

1961-62 ACC RECORD Won 6, Lost 11 

TIGERS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Maryland Won 22 — Clemson Won 12) 
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Maryland CI 


emson 


Maryland 


Clemson 


Maryland 


Clemson 


1939—45 


35 


1950—44 


50 


1957—74 


65 


1939—27 


39 


1950—54 


50 


1958—66 


73 


1940—53 


26 


1950—50 


48 


1958—72 


54 


1940—30 


48 


1954—81 


41 


1959—46 


55 


1941—34 


48 


1954—75 


54 


1959—77 


58 


1947—49 


42 


1954—75 


59 


1960—70 


55 


1947—74 


50 


1955—71 


63 


**1960— 67 


59 


1948-^3 


61 


1955—68 


66 


1961—59 


76 


1948—49 


68 


1956—71 


63 


-1961— 82 


80 


1949—55 


60 


1956—81 


69 


1961—91 


75 


1949—68 


70 


1957^59 


52 






**Double < 


Overtime 










*Overtime 













1961-62 RESULTS 

Maryland 61 Clemson 73 at Clemson. 

68 75 at College Park. 

SERIES NOTES 

MOST TOTAL POINTS: 166 — Md. 91 — Clemson 75 in ACC tourna- 
ment 1961. 

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 40 points, Md. 81 Clemson 41 in 
1954. 

TIGER NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-7 Tom Mahaffey, 6-3 Jim Leshock, 6-0 Bob 
Benson. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-5 Gary Burnisky, 6-4 Larry Seitz, 6-2 
Mike Bohonak, 6-7 Woody Morgan, 6-8 Manning Privette, 
6-8, Donnie Mahaffey, 6-2 Nick Milasnovich, 6-0 Richard 
Hall, 6-2 Jim Brennan, 6-1 Chuck Narvin, 6-0 Choppy 
Patterson. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-4 Donnie Seitz, 6-4 Stuart MacHolmes, 6-3 Rudy 
Antoncic, 6-2 Sam Cohn. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: With all five starters back from last year with 
the addition of Choppy Patterson the Tigers will be out 
for their first winning season in the last decade. This is 
not all the Tigers will be out for and the Tigers will be 
tough in the conference after being runner-up in the ACC 
tournament last year. 



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Terps' Highest National Rankings 
In School's History — 1957-58 



Associated Press 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. Kansas State 

4. San Francisco 

5. Temple 

6. MARYLAND 

7. Kansas 

8. Notre Dame 

9. Kentucky 
10. Duke 



International 
News Service 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. San Francisco 

4. Kansas State 

5. Temple 

6. Dayton 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Bradley 

9. MARYLAND 
10. Kansas 



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 "Bosey" 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. 

195k — Eugene Shue — Second team Helm's Foundation — 16th man on 
Associated Press Poll. 

1960 — Al Bunge — Honorable Mention Associated Press. 



1961-62 Final Basketball Statistics for 25 Games 

Field Goals Free Throws 

Pers. Total 
G Atts. Made Pet. Atts. Made Pet. Reb. Fouls Pts. Av. 

Jerry Greenspan 25 300 125 .417 167 130 .778 235 88 380 15.2 

Bruce Kelleher 25 318 139 .437 114 93 .816 93 51 371 14.8 

Bob Eicher 21 231 98 .424 71 52 .732 124 70 248 11.8 

Paul Jelus 25 170 68 .400 74 50 .676 142 48 186 7.4 

Bill Stasiulatis 17 114 60 .526 78 56 .718 64 42 176 10.4 

Ted Marshall 21 107 43 .402 40 27 .675 102 58 113 5.4 

Joe Barton 22 82 37 .451 40 27 .675 92 53 101 4.6 

Mike Nofsinger 21 65 30 .462 25 18 .720 29 30 78 3.7 

Connie Carpenter 22 51 22 .431 . 9 8 .889 36 12 52 2.4 

Scott Ferguson 20 38 15 .395 26 13 .500 45 19 43 2.2 

TEAM REBOUNDS .... 120 

Own Team Totals 25 1476 637 .432 644 474 .7361082 4711748 69.9 

Opponents Totals 251669 700 .419 624 405 .6491115 489 1805 72.2 

OVERALL RECORD— Won 8, Lost 17 

ACC RECORD— Won 3, Lost 11 

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1961-62 Season's Scores 



Maryland — 








Maryland — 




65 Penn State 






71 


61 N. C. State 


68* 


78 Georgetown 


(2 


ot) 


79 


71 Miami 


68 


68 N.C. State 


i 


ot) 


73* 


58 Navy 


67 


75 Minnesota 






69 


79 North Carolina 


62* 


79 Wake Forest 






62* 


68 South Carolina 


85* 


91 Virginia 






70* 


61 Clemson 


73* 


62 Mississippi State 






64*** 


53 Duke 


79* 


64 Louisville 






83*** 


78 Wake Forest 


81* 


67 George Washington 




56 


67 North Carolina 


70* 


77 South Carolina 


< 


:ot) 


86* 


68 Virginia 


...72* 


83 Georgetown 






70 


68 Clemson 


75* 


68 Duke 






84* 


58 Duke 


71** 


81 George Washing! 


on 




67 






*ACC Games **ACC 


Tournament Open Games * 


**Sugar Bowl 



ALL-TIME COACHES' RECORDS 



TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 



ALL GAMES 

Won Lost 

1923-24 4 6 

1924-25 11 4 

1925-26 14 2 

1926-27 10 9 

1927-28 14 4 

1928-29 7 8 

1929-30 16 5 

1930-31 14 4 

1931-32 16 3 

1932-33 11 8 

1933-34 11 7 

1934-35 8 10 

1935-36 13 5 

1936-37 9 10 

1937-38 14 8 

1938-39 13 8 

1939-40 13 8 

1940-41 1 21 

1941-42 7 15 

1942-43 8 8 

1943-44 4 13 

1944-45 2 13 

1945-46 9 11 

1946-47 14 9 



REG. 


SEASON 


CONF 


. GAMES 


Won 


Lost 


1 


2 


3 


1 


7 


1 


6 


4 


8 


1 


2 


5 


9 


5 


8 


1 


8 


2 


7 


3 


6 


1 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


8 


6 


4 


8 


3 


7 


4 





13 


3 


8 


5 


5 


2 


1 


2 


5 


5 


4 


9 


4 



243 



199 



124 



91 



28 



TEAMS COACHED 

1947-48 11 

1948-49 9 

1949-50 7 



BY "FLUCIE" STEWART: 



13 


9 


7 


17 


8 


7 


18 


5 


13 



27 48 22 
TEAMS COACHED BY BUD MILLIKAN: 

1950-51 15 10 11 

1951-52 13 8 9 

1952-53 15 8 12 

1953-54 23 7 7 

1954-55 17 7 10 

1955-56 14 10 7 

1956-57 15 9 9 

1957-58 22 7 9 

1958-59 10 13 7 

1959-60 15 8 9 

1960-61 14 12 6 

1961-62 8 17 3 



27 



8 
5 
3 
2 
4 
7 
5 
5 
7 
5 
8 
11 



181 



116 



99 



70 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TOURNAMENT 

RECORDS 
Conference Tournaments 



MARYLAND OPPONENT 



MARYLAND OPPONENT 



1924—34 


V.M.I.— 19 


1945—49 


Duke— 76 


25 


Georgia — 29 


1946—27 


North Carolina — 54 


1925—27 


Alabama — 21 


1947—43 


N. C. State— 55 


18 


N. C. State— 30 


1948—51 


Davidson — 58 


1926—19 


Miss. A.&M.— 22 


1949—61 


North Carolina — 79 


1927—22 


Georgia— 27 


1951—50 


Clemson — 48 


1929—35 


Mississippi — 37 


45 


N. C. State— 54 


1930—21 


Kentucky — 26 


1952—48 


Duke— 51 


1931—37 


Vanderbilt— 21 


1953—74 


Duke— 65 


19 


North Carolina — 17 


59 


Wake Forest — 61 


26 


Georgia — 25 


1954—75 


Clemson — 59 


29 x 


Kentucky— 27 


56 * 


Wake Forest— 64 


1932—24 


Florida— 39 


1955—67 * 


Virginia — 68 


1933—28 


South Carolina — 65 


1956—69 


Duke— 94 


1934—37 


Wash. & Lee — 45 


1957—71 


Virginia — 68 


1936—47 


Duke— 35 


64 


South Carolina — 74 


32 


Wash. & Lee— 38 


1958—70 


Virginia — 66 


1937—35 


N.C. State— 42 


71 * 


Duke — 65 


1938^5 


Citadel— 43 


86 x 


North Carolina— 74 


32 


Duke — 35 


1959—65 


Virginia — 66 


1939—47 


Richmond — 32 


1960—58 


N. C. State— 74 


52 


N.C. State— 29 


1961—91 


Clemson — 75 


27 


x Clemson — 39 


1961—76 


Wake Forest— 98 


1940—43 


Wash . & Lee— 30 


1962—58 


Duke— 71 


32 


Duke — 44 







Invitational Tournament Records 

1954 — Ail-American City Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) 
Maryland — 65 Arizona State — 50 



29 



'- t 

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.— 66 

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

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

Maryland — 59 ** Manhattan— 55 

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

Maryland 1 — 54 Loyola — 50 

1959-60 — Blue Grass Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 
Maryland— 63 Indiana— 72 

Maryland— 76 Fordham— 54 

1960-61 — Dixie Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) 
Maryland— 57 North Carolina— 81 

Maryland— 67 N. C. State— 75 

Maryland — 84 Wyoming— 77 

1961-62 — Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, La.) 
Maryland — 62 Mississippi State — 64 

Maryland— 64 Louisville— 83 

K.— Championship Games * — Overtime Games ***— Triple Overtime 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

RECORDS 

SINGLE GAME— TEAM 
MOST POINTS: 103 against Yale, Jan. 1960 at College Park. 
FEWEST POINTS: 15 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 (15-59). 
MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 98 by Wake Forest in ACC tourna- 
ment, 1961. 
FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 1? bv N^v 1926 (12-21) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 183 by Maryland & Yale, Jan. 1960 

(Md. 103 - Yale 80). 
FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 33 by Maryland & Navy, 1926 
(Md. 21 - Navy 12). 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 38 against South Carolina, March 1958 at Col- 
lege Park. 

I"™™- FIELD GOALS: 6 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941. 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENT: 6 bv Navy, 1926. 
MOST FT: 40 against North Carolina, ACC tournament final 1958 (52 

atempts). 
FEWEST FT: 2 against Virginia, Jan. 1944 (7 atempts). 

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MOST FT BY OPPONENT: 36 by Wake Forest, Feb. 1959 (49 attempts). 

MOST FT ATTEMPTS: 57 against North Carolina, Jan. 1953 (made 36). 

FEWEST FT ATTEMPTS: 7 against Virginia, Jan. 1944 (made 2). 

MOST FT ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 49 by VPI, Feb. 1953 — 49 by 
Duke S.C. Tournament 1953 — 49 by Wake Forest, Feb. 1959. 

MOST FG ATTEMPTS: 88 against Washington & Lee, Feb. 1953 
(made 30). 

FEWEST FG ATTEMPTS: 29 against Virginia, Feb. 1960 (made 18). 

MOST REBOUNDS: 65 against Virginia, Feb. 1961. 

MOST FOULS: 44 against William & Mary, Feb. 1952. 

MOST FOULS BY OPPONENT: 37 by North Carolina, Jan. 1953. 

FEWEST FOULS: 8 against Clemson, Feb. 1960. 8 against George Wash- 
ington. Jan. 1962. 

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .926 against Clemson, Feb. 10, 
1962 (25-27). 

BEST FG PERCENTAGE: .621 against Virginia Feb. 1960 (18-29). 

LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 40 points against Clemson, Dec. 1953 
(81-41) — 40 points against South Carolina, March 1958 (99-59). 

LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN: 63 points by Army, 1944 (85-22). 

MOST POINTS IN ONE HALF: 63 in second half against Yale, Jan. 
1960. 



SINGLE GAME— INDIVIDUAL 

MOST POINTS: 43 by Al Bunge against Yale, Jan. 1960 (14 FG 15 FT). 
NOTE: also a Cole Field House record. 

MOST FG: 16 by Gene Shue against Washington & Lee, Feb. 1953. 

MOST FT: 16 by Tom Young against Wake Forest, Dec. 1957 (18 at- 
tempts). 

MOST REBOUNDS: 22 by Bob Kessler against Georgetown, 1956 — 22 
by Al Bunge against Georgetown, Feb. 1958. 

MOST FT ATTEMPTS: 19 by Bob Kessler against Michigan State, Dec. 
1955 (made 11) — 19 by Gene Shuo against Duke, Feb. 1954 (mad? 
13). 

MOST FG ATTEMPTS: 34 by Gene Shue against Washington & Lee, 
Feb. 1953 (made 16). 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FT: 14 by Jerry Greenspan against Minnesota 
Dec. 15, 1961. 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FG ONE GAME : 9 by Nick Davis against South 
Carolina, March 1958. 

BEST FG PERCENTAGE: .818 by Nick Davis against Navy, Feb. 1958 
(9-11). 

BEST FT PERCENTAGE : 1000 by Lee Brawley against North Carolina, 
1951 (13-13) — 1000 by Bill Stasiulatis against Wake Forest in ACC 
Tournament, 1961 (12-12) — 1000 by Lee Brawley against North 
Carolina, 1951 (12-12) — 1000 by Bob Kessler against George Wash- 
ington, Jan. 1956 (12-12) — 1000 by Jerry Bechtle against North 
Carolina, 1960 (10-10) — 1000 by Jerry Greenspan against Minnesota, 
1961 (14-14). 

MOST FT ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 21 by Bernie Janiciki, Wake 
Forest, S.C. Tournament 1953 (made 15) — 21 by Pete Brennan, 
North Carolina, Feb, 1958 (made 15). 

MOST POINTS SCORED AWAY FROM HOME: 40 by Gene Shue 
against Wake Forest, S.C. Tournament 1953. 

SEASON RECORDS— INDIVIDUAL 

MOST POINTS: 654 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games). 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 237 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games). 

St 



MOST FREE THROWS: 180 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games). 

MOST REBOUNDS: 336 by Bob Kessler, 1956-57 (24 games). 

BEST FIELD GOAL AVERAGE: .506 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games, 

att. 469. made 237). 
BEST FREE THROW AVERAGE: .873 by Bob McDonald, 1960-61 (26 

games, att. 79 mad-e 69). 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 22.1 by Gene Shue, 1932-53 (23 games, 

508 points). 
BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 14.0 by Bob Kessler, 1955-56 (24 

games). 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 27 by Bob O'Brien, 

1956-57. 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE : 9 by Nick Davis, 1957-58. 

SEASON RECORDS, TEAM 
MOST POINTS: 2004, 1957-58 (29 games). 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 69.9, 1961-62 (1748 pts. in 25 games). 
HIGHEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE: 73.4, 1940-41 (1615 pts. 

in 22 games). 
MOST OPPONENTS POINTS: 1805, 1961-62 (25 games). 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 712, 1953-54 (30 games) 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 1698, 1957-58 (29 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS MADE: 590, 1957-58 (29 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED; 858, 1957-58 (29 games) 
BEST FIELD GOAL AVERAGE: .432, 1961-62 (25 games, att. 1476 

made 637). 

LOWEST FIELD GOAL AVERAGE: .346, 1951-52 

BEST FREE THROW AVERAGE: .747, 1959-60 (23 games, att. 534 
made 399) 

LOWEST FREE THROW AVERAGE: .617, 1952-53 

HIGHEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS: 11.5 1957-5S 

(29 games 69.1-57.6) 
BEST REBOUND PERCENTAGE: .585, 1954-55 
BEST REBOUND AVERAGE: 49.1, 1954-55 
MOST REBOUNDS: 1178, 1954-55 
MOST PERSONAL FOULS: 579, 1951-52 
FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS: 385, 1954-55 

CAREER RECORDS 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 1397 by Gene Shue, 1951-54 (75 games) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 18.6 by Gene Shue, 1951-54 (75 games, 

1397 points) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 504 by Shue, 1951-54 (75 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 389 by Gene Shue, 1951-54 (75 games, 526 

attempts). 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .469 by Gene Shue, 1951-54 (504 

field goals, 1074 attempts). 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .773 by Bruce Kelleher, 1959-62 

(68 games, 198 made, 256 attempts). 
MOST REBOUNDS: 849 by Bob Kessler, 1953-56 (78 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 32 by Bob O'Brien 

1955-56 (last 5 in opening game of 1956 season) 

32 



ACC Basketball Standings 



1954 





Conference G 


ames 




All 


Games 






Won 


Lost Pts. 


Opp. 


Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


9 


1 818 


710 


21 


6 


2,250 


1,816 


MARYLAND 


7 


2 621 


504 


23 


7 


1,953 


1,673 


Wake Forest 


8 


4 978 


853 


17 


12 


2,210 


2,028 


*N. C. State 


5 


3 656 


580 


26 


7 


2,687 


2,258 


North Carolina 


5 


6 749 


721 


11 


10 


1,439 


1,335 


South Carolina 


2 


8 600 


758 


11 


16 


1,693 


1,816 


Virginia 


1 


4 333 


373 


16 


11 


2,149 


2,013 


Clemson 





9 502 


758 


5 


18 


1,433 


1,802 



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



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 





All 


Games 




Von 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


28 


4 


2,839 


2,449 


20 


8 


2,386 


2,037 


17 


7 


1,573 


1,485 


17 


10 


2,315 


2,139 


10 


11 


1,592 


1,599 


14 


15 


2,605 


2,449 


10 


16 


2,043 


2,158 


2 


21 


1,694 


2,147 



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



1956 
Conference Games 

Won Lost Pts. Opp. Won 

*N. C. State 11 3 1,167 1,024 24 

North Carolina 11 3 1,017 923 18 

Wake Forest 10 4 1,162 1,065 19 

Duke 10 4 1,101 955 19 

MARYLAND 7 7 932 909 14 

Virginia 3 11 957 1,135 10 

South Carolina 3 11 999 1,132 9 

Clemson 1 13 1,115 1,303 9 
(*won conference 
Forest) 



All Games 



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 



1-957 





Conference Games 




All 


Games 






Won 


Lost Pts. 


OPh. 


Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


North Carolina 


14 


1,121 


940 


32 





2,537 


2,098 


MARYLAND 


9 


5 .907 


859 


16 


10 


1,680 


1.590 


Duke 


8 


6 1,090 


1,049 


13 


11 


1,881 


1,848 


Weke Forest 


7 


7 954 


921 


19 


9 


1,916 


1,754 


N. C. State 


7 


7 1,036 


1,052 


15 


11 


1,970 


1,933 


South Carolina 


5 


9 1,072 


1,091 


17 


12 


2,385 


2,272 


Clemson 


3 


11 1,022 


1,170 


7 


17 


1,739 


1,977 


Virginia 


3 


11 989 


1,109 


6 


19 


1,715 


1,859 



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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. 


Duke 


11 


3 


.786 


969 867 


18 


7 


.720 


1729 


1601 


North Carolina 


10 


4 


.714 


1026 926 


19 


7 


.731 


1867 


1688 


N. C. State 


10 


4 


.714 


960 895 


18 


6 


.750 


1607 


1477 


MARYLAND 


9 


5 


.643 


989 862 


22 


7 


.759 


2004 


1671 


Virginia 


6 


8 


.429 


974 1036 


10 


13 


.435 


1621 


1660 


Clemson 


4 


10 


.286 


941 1019 


8 


16 


.333 


1650 


1723 


South Carolina 


3 


11 


.214 


898 1077 


5 


19 


.208 


1590 


1868 


Wake Forest 


3 


11 


.214 


912 998 


6 


17 


.261 


1452 


1558 



1958 Championship Tournament 

First round— North Carolina 62, Clemson 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 


Duke 


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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1960 

Conference Games All Games 

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

North Carolina 12 2 .857 1079 879 18 6 .750 1754 1494 

Wake Forest 12 2 .857 1050 882 21 7 .750 2035 1767 

MARYLAND 9 5 .643 £84 822 15 8 .652 1495 1407 

Duke 7 7 .500 869 910 17 11 .607 1801 1769 

South Carolina 6 8 .429 967 1082 10 16 .385 1914 2066 

N C State 5 9 .357 844 834 11 15 .423 1570 1565 

Clemson 4 10 .286 880 973 10 16 .385 1668 1838 

Virginia 1 13 .071 846 1037 6 18 .250 1614 1815 

Championship Tournament 

First round— N. C. State 74, Maryland 58; Wake Forest 74, Clem- 
son 59; North Carolina 84, Virginia 63; Duke 82, South Carolina 69. 

Semifinals— Duke 71, North Carolina 69; Wake Forest 71, N. C. 
State 66. 

Finals— Duke 63, Wake Forest 59. 

N.C.A.A. Tournament 
First round — Duke 84, Princeton 60. 

Eastern Regional— Duke 58, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 56; New York Univ. 
74, Duke 59. 

1961 
Conference Games All Games 

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



North Carolina 


12 


2 


857 


1087 


904 


19 


4 


.826 


1765 


1512 


Wake Forest 


11 


3 


.786 


1184 


1050 


19 


11 


.633 


2488 


2294 


Duke 


10 


4 


.714 


1154 


1051 


22 


6 


.786 


2283 


1994 


N. C. State 


8 


6 


.571 


1044 


995 


16 


9 


.640 


1932 


1808 


MARYLAND 


6 


8 


./t29 


924 


944 


14 


12 


.538 


1747 


1757 


Clemson 


5 


9 


.357 


955 


1012 


10 


16 


.385 


1742 


1834 


South Carolina 


2 


12 


.143 


1079 


1274 


9 


17 


.346 


2014 


2256 


Virginia 


2 


12 


.143 


987 


1184 


3 


23 


.115 


1825 


2224 



Championship Tournament 

First round — Wake Forest bye; Maryland 91, Clemson 75; South 
Carolina 80, N.C. State 78; Duke 89, Virginia 54. 

Semifinals— Wake Forest 98, Maryland 76; Duke 92, South Carolina 
75. 

Finals— Wake Forest 96, Duke 81. 

N.C.A.A. Tournament 

First round — Wake Forest 97, St. John's 74. 

Eastern Regional — Wake Forest 78, St. Bonaventure 73; St. Joseph's 
(Pa.) 96, Wake Forest 86. 

1962 

Conference Games All Games 

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

Wake Forest 12 2 .857 1171 1024 22 9 .710 2523 2304 

Duke 11 3 .786 1156 999 20 5 .800 2051 1698 

N.C. State 10 4 .714 1013 925 11 6 .647 1211 1138 

North Carolina 7 7 .500 1006 1022 8 9 .471 1230 1235 

South Carolina 7 7 .500 1116 1098 15 12 .556 2117 2080 

Clemson 4 10 .286 989 1074 12 15 .444 1947 2011 

Maryland 3 11 .214 986 1040 8 17 .320 1748 1805 

Virginia 2 12 .143 977 1232 5 18 .217 1614 1911 

35 



Championship Tournament 

First Round — Wake Forest 81, Virginia 58; South Carolina 57, 
North Carolina 55; Clemson 67, North Carolina State 46; Duke 71, Mary- 
land 58. 

Semifinals — Wake Forest 88, South Carolina 75; Clemson 77, Duke 
72. 

Finals — Wake Forest 77, Clemson 66. 

N.C.A.A. Tournament 

First Round — Wake Forest, 92, Yale 82 (overtime). 

Eastern Regional -- Wake Forest 96, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 85 (over- 
time); Wake Forest 79, Villanova 69. 

Nationals — Semifinal — Ohio State 84, Wake Forest 68. Consola- 
tion Final — Wake Forest 82, UCLA 80. 

All-Conference Teams 

(As selected by Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association) 

1954 
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

GENE SHUE, MARYLAND Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 

Mel Thompson, N. C. State Joe Belmont, Duke 

Rudy D'Emilio, Duke Jerry Vayda, North Carolina 

Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia Ronnie Mayer, Duke 

Player of Year — Hemric Coach of Year — Everett Case, N. C. State 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 

GENE SHUE, MARYLAND Bernie Janicki, Duke 

Mel Thompson, N. C. State Rudy D'Emilio, Duke 

Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State Herb Applebaum, N. C. State 

Skippy Winstead, North Carolina Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 

1955 

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Ronnie Shavlik, N.C. State Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia Joe Belmont, Duke 

Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 

Player of Year — Hemric Coach of Year — Everett Case, N. C. State 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia Bill Miller, Virginia 

Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Joe Belmont, Duke 

Lowell Davis, Wake Forest Phil DiNardo, N. C. State 

1956 
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Ronnie Shavlik, N. C. State Ronnie Mayer, Duke 

Lennie Rosenbluth, N. Carolina BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Vic Molodet, N. C. State Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Lowell Davis, Wake Forest Grady Wallace, South Carolina 

Joe Belmont. Duke Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 

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

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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 



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 



FIRST TEAM 

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



ALL-TOURNAMENT 

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 



SECOND TEAM 

Bucky Allen, Duke 

Bob Vernon, Duke 

Ray Stanley, North Carolina 

AL BUNGE, MARYLAND 

Bobby Joe Harris, Duke 



1959 



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 

Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 

George Stepanovich, N. C. State 

Howard Hurt, Duke 

Paul Adkins, Virginia 

CHARLES McNEIL, MARYLAND 



AWARDS 



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

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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 



FIRST TEAM 
Len Chappell, Wake Forest 
Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 
AL BUNGE, MARYLAND 
York Larese, North Carolina 
Choppy Patterson, Clemson 



1960 

SECOND TEAM 

Art Whisnant. South Carolina 

Dave Budd, Wake Forest 

Paul Adkins, Virginia 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest 

Bob DiStefano, N. C. State (tied) 

Howard Hurt, Duke (tied) 



AWARDS 

Player of Year — Lee Shaffer of North Carolina 

Coach of Year — Bones McKinney of Wake Forest 

ALL-TOURN AMEN'l 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Doug Kistler, Duke 

Howard Hurt, Duke 

Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 

York Larese, North Carolina 



SECOND TEAM 
Carroll Youngkin, Duke 
Dave Budd, Wake Forest 
John Frye, Duke 
Bob DiStefano, N. C. State 
Paul Adkins, Virginia 



1961 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Art Heyman, Duke 

York Larese, North Carolina 

Doug Moe, North Carolina 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest 



SECOND TEAM 
Art Whisnant, South Carolina 
Tony Laquintano, Virginia 
Ken Rohloff, N. C. State 
Choppy Patterson, Clemson 
Howard Hurt, Duke (tied) 

bob Mcdonald, md. (tied) 



AWARDS 

Player of Year — Len Chappell of Wake Forest 

Coach of Year— Bones McKinney of Wake Forest 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Art Heyman, Duke 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest 

John Frye, Duke 

Art Whisnant, South Carolina 



SECOND TEAM 

BILL STASIULATIS, MARYLAND 
Scotti Ward, South Carolina 
Dave Wiedeman, Wake Forest 
Carroll Youngkin, Duke 
Choppy Patterson, Clemson 



1962 
ALL-CONFERENCE 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Art Heyman, Duke 

Jeff Mullins, Duke 

Art Whisnant, South Carolina 

Jon Speaks, North Carolina State 



SECOND TEAM 
Larry Brown, North Carolina 
Dave Weideman, Wake Forest 
John Punger, N.C. State 
Tony Laquintano, Virginia 
Jim Hudock, North Carolina 



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AWARDS 

Player of Year — Len Chappell, Wake Forest 
Coach of Year — Bob Stevens, South Carolina 



ALL-TOURNAMENT 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Jim Brennan, Clemson 

Art Heyman, Duke 

Jeff Mullins, Duke 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest 



SECOND TEAM 
Dave Weideman, Wake Forest 
JERRY GREENSPAN, MARYLAND 
Bob Robinson, South Carolina 
Ronnie Collins, South Carolina 
Art Whisnant, South Carolina 



1962-63 Freshman Basketball Schedule 



DATE 


Dec. 


1 


Dec. 


4 


Dec. 


11 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


19 


Jan. 


5 


Jan. 


8 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


14 


Feb. 


1 


Feb. 


4 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


16 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


23 



OPPONENT 

TOWSON CATHOLIC H.S. 

Georgetown 

ST. JOHN'S H.S. 

Virginia 

DeMATHA H.S. 

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 

FT. BELVOIR 

MACKIN H.S. 

George Washington 

GEORGETOWN 

Catholic University 

Navy Plebes 

VIRGINIA 

LOYOLA 

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY 

FRESHMAN COACH: Frank Fellows 

HOME GAMES: start at 6:15 p.m. 



LOCATION 

Home 
There 
Home 
There 
Home 
Home 
Home 
Home 
Home 
There 
Home 
There 
There 
Home 
Home 
Home 



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INDOOR TRACK 




HEAD COACH: 

James Kehoe (Maryland '40) 16th 
season. 

1961-62 Dual Meet Record: Won 1, 
Lost 0. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 

John Belitza, James Bland, Paul 
Davis, John Garten, William Gray, 
Joseph Hicks, Tom Krueger, George 
Leonard, James Montgomery, John 
Prettyman, Walter Samora, Richard 
Smith, Donald Stauffer, Donald Van- 
Reenan, Robert Vermillion. 



1961-62 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 

:!: John Belitza Pole Vault (15-0) 

Don VanReenan 60 Yard Dash (6.3) 

*Conference meet record 



NOTES: 

Maryland won the only dual meet of the indoor season against Navy 

53-46. 
Belitza breaks into 15 foot class indoors and clears 15-3 in Madison 

Square Garden. 
Belitza tops Navy Field House record with 15-3 3/4 to clinch meet 

for Terps. 

Harper scores heavily in three events to help the Terp cause against 
Navy. 

Maryland has won seven ACC championships in a row and eight of 
the nine. 



1961-62 HIGHLIGHTS 

VanReenan runs 60 dash in 6 1 against 

Navy for second straight year. 

Victory in two-mile relay clinches Navy 
meet. 

Freshmen easily outdistance the rest of 
the conference at indoor games. 



1962-63 SCHEDULE 



Jan. 

11 Richmond Inv. 

12 Mass. K of C 
26 Boston AA 
Feb. 

1 Millrose Gomes 

2 Inquirer Games 
2 V.M.I. Relays 

8 -All-Eastern Inv 

15 New York A.C. 

16 Navy-Pitt-Maryland Annapolis 
23 National A.A.U. New York- 
Mar. 

1 New York K of C 

9 ACC 



Richmond, Va. 
Boston, Ma?s. 
Boston, Mass. 

New York, N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lexington, Va. 
Baltimore 
New York, N.Y. 



N.Y. 



New York. N.Y. 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



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HEAD COACH: 

William "Sully" 
'41) 16th season. 

15 year record : 
Tied 10. 



WRESTLING 



Krouse (Maryland 



Won 86, Lost 40, 



1961-62 record: Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 1. 

1961-62 ACC record: Won 4, Lost 0. 

Champions of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference, winning conference tourna- 
ment with 105 points. 

CO-CAPTAINS: 

Sam Bossert and Ron Maunder. 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 

Marshall Dauberman, Richard Guidi, Ronald Maundei 
Roger Shoals, Sam Bossert, Gary Wikander. 




Fred Sentner, 



CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 
115 lbs. — Richard Maynard 
123 lbs. — Ronald Maunder 
130 lbs.— Sam Bossert 
137 lbs.— Fred Sentner 



147 lbs.— Pat Varre 

157 lbs. — Eugene Kerin 

167 lbs. — Richard Guidi 

177 lbs. — Marshall Dauberman 



OUTSTANDING WRESTLER OF ACC TOURNAMENT: 
Pat Varre, 147 pound class. 

NOTES: 

Maryland has won nine consecutive titles, 1954-62. Maryland has won 

61 of the possible 78 individual titles. 
Kerin and Varre were ACC champs all three varsity years. Maunder 

and Bossert have been ACC champs two varsity seasons to date. 
Maryland's team Conference record for eight years: Won 42, Lost 0, 

Tied 0. 
Terps have had the 137 and 147 pound champion all nine years in ACC. 
The 1960-61 team was the only team to ever win all 10 individual 

titles. 



1962-63 SCHEDULE 

Dec. 7 Virginia College Park 

Dec. 15 North Carolina State College Park 

Jan. 5 Army College Park 

Jan. 12 Perm State University Park, Pa. 

Jan. 19 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Feb. 9 Navy College Park 

Feb. 22 Duke Durham, N.C. 

Feb. 23 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Mar. 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference Charlottesville, Va. 

Mar. 28, 29, 30 N.C. A. A Kent, O. 

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SWIMMING 




HEAD COACH: 

Bill Campbell (Springfield '53) 7th 
season as coach. Six year record: 
Won 52, Lost 20. 

1961-62 Record: Won 11, Lost 1. 

Atlantic Coast Conference Record: Won 
6, Lost 0. 

Champions of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference. 

CO-CAPTAINS: 

David Fleming and Kevin Gilson. 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 

Barry Berube, Dick Dahl, Ed Duke, David Fleming, Kevin Gilson, 
Jerry Greenberg, Fong Hoe Beng, Hugh Lupien, Ted Lupien, Don 
Quesada, Hugh Roddin, Mike Schaeberle, Ron Squiers, Kenny Wall. 



CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS IN 1962: 

Maryland won dual meet season and was second in conference meet 

to take the overall championship. Maryland won in 1960 and tied with 

N.C. State and North Carolina in 1961. 

Kevin Gilson: 100 Freestyle, 50.7 (tied with McGinty of N.C. State) 

Hugh Lupien: 1500 Freestyle, 19:27.0. 

Ron Squiers: 1 Meter Dive, 351.3 points. 



NOTES: 

Maryland won team title in 1960 and tied for crown in 1961. 
This is the seventh season for swimming at Maryland. 
Roddin also won 1500 freestyle in 1961. 



Dec. 


1 


Dec. 


15 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


16 


Feb. 


9 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


15 


Feb. 


16 


Feb. 


18 


Feb. 


22 


Feb. 


23 


Mar. 


1 


Mar. 


7, 


Mar. 


28. 



1962-63 SCHEDULE 

at American University Washington. D.C. 

at Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 

Clemson College Park 

Navy College Park 

Wake Forest <~v>ne£je Park 

Pitt College Park 

at VMI Lexington, Va. 

at Washington and Lee Lexington. Va. 

Duke College Park 

at Univ. of North Carolina ...Chapel Hill, N.C. 
at North Carolina State Col. .Raleigh, N.C. 
South Carolina •. College Park 

8, 9 Atlantic Coast Conference ...Raleigh, N.C. 

29, 30 N.C. A. A Raleigh, N.C. 

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