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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

ACC Standings, 1954-63 37-40 

All-Americas of Maryland 31 

All-Conference, All-Tournament Teams 40-43 

Athletic Council of Maryland 4 

Coach Bud Millikan 5 

Asst. Coach Frank Fellows, jr 6 

Coaches' Records Through the Years 32 

Facts About Maryland, Outlook for 1963-64 14 

Frosh Squad Picture 30 

Frosh Squad Roster 13 

Frosh Squad Statistics (Last Year's) 45 

Highest Rankings of Maryland Teams 31 

Indoor Track 46 

Memo to Press 2 

Opponents of 1963-64 Season: 

Arizona 15 

Clemson 16 

Columbia 17 

Duke - 18 

Evansville 19 

George Washington 20 

Georgetown 21 

Navy 22 

North Carolina 23 

N.C. State 24 

Penn State 25 

South Carolina 26 

Virginia 27 

Wake Forest 28 

West Virginia 29 

Records (Team, Individual, Game, Season) 34-36 

Schedule, Frosh 44 

Schedule Varsity 3 

Scores of Last Year's Games 32 

Statistics of Last Year 31-32 

Terp Tips (Thumbnails of Players) 7-11 

Swimming 47 

Tournament Records of Maryland Teams 33-34 

Varsity Squad Roster 12 

Wrestling 48 



MEMO TO THE PRESS, RADIO-TV: 




A few changes will be noted in the 1963-64 
Maryland basketball guide which have been 
made with the thought of enabling you to 
more quickly spot salient information, espe- 
cially regarding back games with old rivals. 
We have, for instance, eliminated the game-by 
game scores throughout the years; we have, 
however, selected the significant items from 
each series such as series standings, largest 
margins of victory and largest point totals. 
And where either team has won a consider- 
able number of games in succession, that fact 
has been noted. If the rivals have split their 
games for a number of years, attention is 
called to that. 

A run-down on each of Maryland's opponents, as supplied by their 
sports information directors, is given on separate pages. They appear in 
alphabetical order. 

Maryland's All-America players and all-time records will be found in 
the usual space, as will all-Atlantic Coast Conference teams since the 
ACC was formed in 1954. 

Capsule comments of Maryland's Winter sports — swimming, track and 
wrestling — will be found at the end of this brochure. 

We extend to each of you a warm welcome to one of the Nation's 
largest and most beautiful field houses at any time and look forward 
to seeing you at one of our many sports events during the Winter. 

The undersigned stands ready to aid you at any hour of the day or 
night at the numbers listed below. 

Telephones: Day— UNion 4-4076 

Night— WOodley 6-6244 

—BILL DISMER 

Sports Information Director 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
1963-64 Varsity Basketball Schedule 



DATE 




OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


Dec. 


2 


-VIRGINIA 


Home 


Dec. 


4 


Georgetown 


Away 


Dec. 


7 


Penn State 


Away 


Dec. 


10 


*N.C. STATE 


Away 


Dec. 


14 


WEST VIRGINIA 


Home 


Dec. 


16 


CLEMSON 


Home 


Dec. 


20-2 1 


V.P.I. Invitational Tournament Away 


Dec. 


27-28 


Evansville (Ind.) 
Holiday Tournament 


Away 


Jan. 


6 


-SOUTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Jan. 


II 


Navy 


Away 


Jan. 


13 


-North Carolina 


Away 


Jan. 


18 


N.C. State 


Away 


Jan. 


20 


*Wake Forest 


Away 


Feb. 


I 


George Washington 


Away 


Feb. 


5 


West Virginia 


Away 


Feb. 


8 


-DUKE 


Home 


Feb. 


14 


-WAKE FOREST 


Home 


Feb. 


18 


-NORTH CAROLINA 


Home 


Feb. 


20 


-Virginia 


Away 


Feb. 


22 


-Duke 


Away 


Feb. 


25 


GEORGETOWN 


Home 


Feb. 


28 


-Clemson 


Away 


Feb. 


29 


-South Carolina 


Away 


Mar. 


5-6-7 


A.C.C. Tournament 


Raleigh, N.C. 



Atlantic Coast Conference Game 

Varsity Home Games Start at 8:15 
Freshmen Preliminaries at 6:15 




THE 
ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Dr. John E. Faber 
Chairman 

Mr. William W. Cobey 
Director of Athletics 



Dr. Faber 



Mr. James Beatty President, Student Government Association 

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

Dr. Francis C. Stark Professor in Horticulture 

Dr. Edward Stone President, Alumni Association 

Dr. Fletcher P. Vietch Professor in Chemistry 

Dr. Walter B. Waetjen College of Education 

Dr. William A. Wockenfuss .... Associate Prof, in Mechanical Engineering 

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 

Sports Information Director Bill Dismer 

Ticket Manager Eddie Bean 

Secretary to Mr. Cobey Mrs. Dorothy Hunt 

Secretary to Mr. Nugent Mrs. Frances Henry 

Secretary to Mr. Millikan Mrs. Theresa Ryan 

Secretary to Mr. Dismer Mrs. Betty Francis 

Secretary to Mr. Bean Mrs. Helen Ball 

Baseball Coach Elton S. "Jack" Jackson 

Basketball Coach H. A. "Bud" Millikan 

Assistant Basketball Coach Frank Fellows 

Golf Coach Frank Cronin 

Lacrosse Coach Al Heagy 

Assistant Lacrosse Coach John D. Howard 

Rifle Coach Arthur Cook 

Soccer, Tennis Coach Doyle Royal 

Swimming Coach Bill Campbell 

Track, Cross-Country Coach Jim Kehoe 

Wrestling Coach William E. "Sully" Krouse 

Head Trainer Alfred "Duke" Wyre 

Assistant Trainer Dick Mann 

Equipment Manager Kermit "Chief" Cissell 

Assistant Equipment Manager Don Hutchison 

Head of Facilities Charles "Lindy" Kehoe 

The Football Coaches 

Head Football Coach Tom Nugent 

Assistant Football Coach Roland Arrigoni 

Assistant Football Coach Lee Corso 

Assistant Football Coach Bill "Whitey" Dovell 

Assistant Football Coach Bernie Reid 

Assistant Football Coach Alf Satterfield 

Assistant Football Coach Frank Toomey 

Assistant Football Coach and 

Freshman Football Coach Carroll Huntress 

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H. A. "Bud" MILLIKAN — Head Coach 




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

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

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 Charlotte. 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 thirteen year record is 189 wins and 129 losses. 

In the ten 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 43-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 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 17 and a daughter, 
Maria Rea, age 12. 



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 
^^A M Health. 

Fellows coached the Maryland fresh- 
HP Jj^^ Mm 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 7, and Andy 4. 



TIP-OFF ON THE TERPS 



JOE BARTON — No. 5 

JOE BARTON, 6-7, 215, 22, Senior 
from Beaverdale, Pa. - - two-letterman 
who will provide insurance at center 
. . . oldest player on squad ... an arts 
and sciences student with a major in 
psychology. 





NEIL BRAYTON — No. 33 

NEIL BRAYTON, 6-4, 176, 19, Soph, 
from Youngstown, Ohio — led frosh in 
scoring last year with 20.6 average . . . 
strong contender for a starting post . . . 
can play either forward or guard . . . 
with his speed, agility and ambition has 
great possibilities . . . could develop into 
one of Maryland's best guards. An out- 
standing pre-dental student. 



PHIL CARLSON — No. 45 

PHIL CARLSON, 6-4, 163, 20, Junior 
from Takoma, Washington — lettered 
as a sophomore after making the start- 
ing five through conscientious effort and 
determination . . . has tremendous de- 
sire . . . aggressive, fine rebounder and 
driver . . . the finest student on the 
squad who has made the dean's list 
every semester with a 3.46 ... an arts 
and sciences student. 




JACKIE CLARK — No. 44 

JACKIE CLARK, 6-4, 165, 19, Sopho- 
more from Beverly, Ohio — a real 
jumping-jack . . . had phenomenal 91.1 
average from the foul-line as a freshman 
and a 16.6 scoring average . . . once he 
gains confidence, could be tough (might 
even change nickname from Jackie to 
Jack!) . . . will play both guard and 
forward . . . another who made the 
dean's list in the arts and sciences. 





MIKE DeCOSMO — No. 12 

MIKE "Waxie" DeCOSMO, 5-10, 165, 
19, Sophomore from Camden, N.J. — ■ 
steady outside shooter and a heady little 
guard . . . fine middle-man on the fast- 
break . . . will give other guard candi- 
dates a run for the first team . . . an- 
other pre-dental student. 



SCOTT FERGUSON — No. 54 

SCOTT FERGUSON, 6-8, 225, 22, Sen- 
ior from Piqua, Ohio — gained great 
deal of experience last year and wound 
up as the team's second highest scorer 
(9.0 average) and rebounder . . . broke 
into starting lineup midway the season 
and stayed there . . .big and strong and 
has good hook-shot ... a physical edu- 
cation major. 




BILL FRANKLIN — No. 10 

BILL FRANKLIN, 5-10, 160, 19, Sopho- 
more from Mt. Airy, Md. — the smallest 
player on the squad but a scrappy, quick 
little guard ... no one will out-hustle 
him . . . also a shortstop on the baseball 
team . . . majors in physical education. 





BOB LEWIS — No. 42 

BOB LEWIS, 6-4, 202, 21, Junior from 
Silver Spring, Md. — product of nearby 
Northwood High who never played high 
school basketball but is determined to 
make a basketball player of himself . . . 
saw limited action last year but with 
experience could see some action as a 
forward or center ... an English major 
in arts and sciences. 



SAM McWILLIAMS — No. 40 

SAM McWILLIAMS, 6-1, 185, 21, Jun- 
ior from Washington, D.C. — letterman 
guard from the local area . . . played 
a lot as a soph, and did a good job, com- 
ing off the bench and adding a much- 
needed scoring punch ... a fine outside 
shot . . . entered our basketball picture 
with no help but had become a grant- 
in-aid case midway his freshman year 
... an engineering student. 




DICK MUELLER — No. 20 

DICK MUELLER, 6-2, 183, 19, Sopho- 
more fi'om Independence, Mo. — one of 
the hardest workers on the squad . . . 
good speed and jumping ability . . . gets 
down the floor fast to cover . . . was 
playing as sixth man at the close of his 
freshman year and should definitely see 
much service as a guard or forward . . . 
a business administration major. 





GEORGE SUDER — No. 30 

GEORGE SUDER, 6-2, 192, 20, Sopho- 
more from Aliquippa, Pa. — after a 
year out to adjust academic difficulties, 
appears ready for varsity ... a guard 
prospect with big, strong hands . . . with 
continued effort could be a contender for 
starting berth . . . led the 1961-62 frosh 
in scoring . . . son of Pete Suder of the 
old Philadelphia As. 



TERRY TRUAX — No. 25 

TERRY TRUAX, 6-3, 190, 19, Sopho- 
more from Hancock, Md. — came out 
on a try-out basis as a freshman and 
stuck with the squad ... a likeable red- 
head who is learning to play outside 
after being an inside man during high 
school career . . . also plays baseball 
... a physical education major. 



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GARY WARD — No. 22 

GARY "Spider" WARD, 6-5, 175, 19, 
Sophomore from Washington, D.C. — a 
product of DeMatha High in nearby 
Hyattsville who was second leading 
scorer (20.1 avg.) and next-to-top re- 
bounder with frosh last year ... an 
outside shooter who has a tremendous 
touch around the basket . . . dedicated 
to the game and definitely has chance 
to become a starter . . . possesses finest 
pair of hands on the squad ... a busi- 
ness administration major. 





RICK WISE — No. 55 

RICK WISE, 6-8, 190, 19, Sophomore 
from Wilmington, Del. — has outstand- 
ing agility for a big man . . . handles 
ball like a small one . . . has shown 
tremendous improvement in a short time 
... a business administration major. 



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FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

NAME University of Maryland 

LOCATION College Park, Md. 

FOUNDED 1807 

ENROLLMENT 19,000 

PRESIDENT Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR William W. Cobey 

SID Bill Dismer 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

NICKNAME Terrapins 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

MASCOT Terrapin 

HOME COURT Cole Field House (12,500) 

HEAD BASKETBALL COACH H. A. "Bud" Millikan 

TRAINER Alfred J. "Duke" Wyre 



LETTERMEN LOST FROM 1962-63 SQUAD: (four) 

Jerry Greenspan, 6-6 Forward; Bob Eicher, 6-2 Guard; Connie Car- 
penter, 6-4 Forward; Bill Stasiulatis, 6-3 Forward. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: (four) 

Joe Barton, 6-7 Center; Phil Carlson, 6-4 Forward; Scott Ferguson, 
6-8 Center; Sam McWilliams, 6-1 Guard. 

PROMISING SOPHOMORES: (six) 

Neil Brayton, 6-4 Guard; Gary Ward, 6-5 Forward; Jackie Clark, 
6-4 Forward; Rick Wise, 6-8 Center; Mike DeCosmo, 5-10 Guard; 
Dick Mueller, 6-2 Guard. 



CAPSULE OUTLOOK 

Overall: Much improved, but tougher schedule. Sixteen of 25 games 
scheduled on the road. 

Shooting: Good outside shots. 

Height: Adequate. 

Depth: Improved . . . good bench. 

Weakness: Inexperience . . . two-thirds of squad are sophomores. 

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TERP OPPONENTS 
University of Arizona 

At Evansville, Ind., Dec. 27-28 

(Evansville Holiday Tournament) 

FACTS ABOUT THE WILDCATS 

CONFERENCE Western 

LOCATION Tucson, Arizona 

ENROLLMENT 16,500 

COLORS Navy Blue and Cardinal Red 

HOME COURT Bear Down Gym (3,600) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR M. R. (Dick) Clausen 

BASKETBALL COACH Bruce Larson 

HIS RECORD Won 25, Lost 27 (3 years) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Frank W. Soltys 

1962-63 RECORD Won 13, Lost 13 

1962-63 WAC RECORD Won 3, Lost 7 

WILDCATS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

First meeting 

WILDCAT NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (3): Wes Flynn, Monte Clausen, Regis Dauk. 
LETTERMEN RETURNING (7): Albert Johnson, Warren Rustand, 

Larry Harris, Dan Breck, Tom LaVoy, Buddy Doolen, 

Dennis Albright. 

REPLACEMENTS: Harvey Fox (6-4), Bob Spahn (6-1), Ted Pickett 
(6-5), Bob Hansen (6-6), Tom Sutton (6-7). 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Bruce Larson's third year as Arizona basketball 
coach looks like a good bet to produce the school's first 
winning cage team in nine seasons. According to the young 
coach, the 1963-64 team should be much stronger than 
last year's squad (13-13) which posted the first non-losing 
record since 1956-57 and managed to knock off two top- 
ten teams, Wisconsin and Colorado. Seven lettermen will 
return including four of the top five scorers. This could 
give the Wildcats an all-veteran starting lineup although 
several talented sophomores from one of the best frosh 
teams ever will be strong candidates for starting berths. 
Leading the returnees are two second team all-WAC 
choices, Albert Johnson (6-5) and Warren Rustand (6-1). 
Johnson led the team in scoring (12.9 average) and re- 
bounding (9.7). Rustand was the top shooter in both field 
goals (45.2%) and free throws (78.8%) and was second 
in scoring. Arizona again will stress defense. The Wildcats 
were ranked 22nd in the nation last season, holding their 
opponents to a 61.9 average per game. 

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Clemson College 

At Maryland, December 16 
At Clemson, February 28 

FACTS ABOUT THE TIGERS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Clemson, South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 4,300 

COLORS Purple and Orange 

HOME COURT Clemson Field House (5,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Frank Howard 

BASKETBALL COACH Bobby Roberts 

HIS RECORD Won 12, Lost 13 (First Season) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Bob Bradley 

1962-63 RECORD Won 12, Lost 13 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 5, Lost 9 

TIGERS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Series started 1939) 
Maryland leads, 23-13 

1962-63 RESULTS 

Clemson, 62; Maryland, 60 (at Clemson) 
Maryland, 69; Clemson, 67 (at Maryland) 

SERIES HIGHLIGHTS 

Highest scoring game (166 points) — 91-75, Maryland ('61 ACC Tourney). 
Greatest margin of victory: For Maryland, 40 (1954) 81-41; for Clemson, 
19 (1948) 68-49. 

TIGER NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (3): Chuck Narvin, Choppy Patterson, Larry Seitz. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (8): Jim Brennan, Donnie Mahaffey, Gary 
Burnisky, Nick Milsanovich, Mike Bohonak, Woody Mor- 
gan, Manning Privette, Richard Hall. 

REPLACEMENTS: Garry Helms (6-4), Tom Corcoran (6-5), Ken Gard- 
ner (6-5), Buddy Benedict (5-7). 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Coach Bobby Roberts, in his first year as head 
coach, guided Clemson to a 12-12 regular season mark, 
but the Tigers faced N. C. State in the first round of the 
ACC tourney to miss the .500 mark by one game. Return- 
ing this year are four seniors: Jim Brennan, Donnie Ma- 
haffey, Gary Burnisky and Woody Morgan. Brennan has 
led the Tigers in scoring the past two years averaging 
16.6 for 52 games. Mahaffey also averaged in double 
figures last year although his main asset is rebounding. 
Burnsky, Nick Milsanovich and Mike Bohonak all sank 
better than 40 percent of their shots as juniors, while 
Morgan is valuable under the boards. Four good prospects 
advance from the freshman team: Garry Helms, Tom 
Corcoran, Ken Gardner and Buddy Benedict. With the 
seasoned lettermen and some reserve power, the Tigers 
could again finish in the first division this year. 

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Columbia 

At Evansville, Ind., Dec. 27-28 
(Evansville Holiday Tournament) 

FACTS ABOUT THE LIONS 

CONFERENCE Ivy League 

LOCATION New York City 

ENROLLMENT 3,000 

COLORS Light Blue and White 

HOME COURT University Gymnasium (2,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Ralph J. Furey 

BASKETBALL COACH John P. (Jack) Rohan 

HIS RECORD Won 13, Lost 33 (all at Columbia) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Philip J. Burke 

1962-63 RECORD Won 10, Lost 12 

1962-63 IVY RECORD Won 4, Lost 9 

LIONS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Columbia, 32; Maryland, 20 (1911) 
Maryland, 24; Columbia, 23 (1924) 

LION NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (6): Jim Brogan, Jim Cleven, Jim Glynn, Steve 
Hartman, Paul Murphy, Larry Wein. 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (7): Roy Bohaboy, Neil Farber, Mike Grif- 
fin, Art Klink, Les Lockspeiser, Ken McCulloch, Garland 
Wood. 

REPLACEMENTS: Stan Felsinger (6-1), Ken Benoit (5-9), Phil Gold- 
stein (6-5), John Burrows (6-5). 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: (According to Coach Rohan) I feel that the team 
eventually will be stronger, but we must fill the play- 
maker spot and the spot of the second "big man". Juniors 
like Neil Farber, Klink, McCulloch, Garland Wood, Lock- 
speiser and Griffin are going to be key men in the early 
going. No one, however, had a job clinched as the season 
started. Most of the boys who are experienced are also 
backcourt men. Our ultimate success will depend primari- 
ly on developing a good strong rebounder. It is difficult 
to evaluate our prospects in terms of wins and losses, but 
I expect that the overall tone of our opposition will be 
"improved". How successful we are depends on whether 
we improve more than the schedule. Farber scored on 
.493 percent of his floor shots last year — the highest 
figure in Columbia history. His 32 points against Brown 
were high for the year and he led the Lions in eight de- 
partments, dominating the offensive picture in his first 
varsity season. He was the first or second high man in all 
but one game and eight times went over the 20-point 
mark. 

17 



Duke University 

At Home, February 8 
At Durham, February 22 

FACTS ABOUT THE BLUE DEVILS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Durham, N.C. 

ENROLLMENT 6,400 

COLORS Royal Blue and White 

HOME COURT Duke Indoor Stadium (9,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR E. M. (Eddie) Cameron 

BASKETBALL COACH Vic Bubas 

HIS RECORD Won 86, Lost 25 (4 years) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Glenn E. (Ted) Mann 

1962-63 RECORD Won 27 Lost 3 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 14, Lost 

BLUE DEVILS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Duke leads, 36-22 
(Series began 1926) 

Greatest margins of victory: For Duke, 36 (1962), 96-59 

For Maryland, 33 (1959), 64-31 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At Durham: Duke 92; Maryland, 56 

At College Park: Duke, 76; Maryland, 70 

BLUE DEVIL NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (2): Art Heyman, Fred Schmidt 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (12): Jeff Mullins, Scott Williamson, Jay 
Buckley. Buzzy Harrison, Bill Urlich, Ray Cox, Ron Herb- 
ster, Denny Ferguson, Ted Mann, jr., Brent Kitching, 
Hack Tison, Bob Jamieson. 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Duke went all the way to the final four last 
season and, despite the loss of two great players, will be 
good again. Coach Bubas will put them to the acid test 
early with the toughest December schedule in Duke his- 
tory. It is obvious that the loss of collegiate basketball's 
greatest player last season, Art Heyman, and guard Fred 
Schmidt will hurt. Brilliant Jeff Mullins will return to 
lead the way and along with starters Jay Buckley and 
Buzzy Harrison and all of last year's reserves, Bubas 
hopes to have a well-balanced scoring unit. He also has 
some likely looking lads coming up from last year's frosh. 
Last year's team which ended 27-3 broke most of Duke's 
all-time records and it will be hard to equal, but Bubas is 
a born optimist and thinks his Blue Devils will be able 
to hold their own against any opponent. 

18 



Evansville College 

At Evansville, Ind., December 27-28 
(Evansville Holiday Tournament) 



FACTS ABOUT THE PURPLE ACES 

CONFERENCE Indiana Collegiate 

LOCATION Evansville, Ind. 

ENROLLMENT 1,800 

COLORS Purple and White 

HOME COURT Roberts Municipal Stadium (11,500) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Arad A. McCutchan 

BASKETBALL COACH Arad A. McCutchan 

HIS RECORD Overall' 259-170 (All at Evansville 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Bob Hudson 

1962-63 RECORD Won 21, Lost 6 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 11, Lost 1 



This is the first meeting between 
Evansville and Maryland 

ACES NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (5): Walter Henry, Lynn Mautz, Marvin Pruett, 
Ed Rolen, Paul Utley 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (9): Wayne, Boultinghouse, Briley, Bullard, 
Cox, Green, Sloan, Smith, Zausch 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: With four of the starting five that compiled a 
21-6 record last year, Coach Arad McCutchan is expecting 
another successful campaign. However, December will be 
a tough grind with San Francisco State, South Dakota 
State and Purdue appearing on the home schedule before 
the Aces play host for the Holiday Invitational Tourna- 
ment December 27-28. Arizona, Columbia and Maryland 
will be the outside teams for this competition. The five 
seniors on whom McCutchan is depending are Ed Zausch 
(6-9), Buster Briler (6-4), Jim Smith (6-3) — all starters 
last year — and Wayne Boultinghouse (6-3) and Paul 
Bullard (6-4. Jerry Sloan, winner of the Kiwanis Award 
last year and the top rebounder, will return as a junior. 
"We'll need every man we have to meet our schedule", 
McCutchan declares, "and we haven't even mentioned 
th gams with Notre Dame and arch-rival Kentucky Wes- 
leyan". 



19 



George Washington 

At Fort Myer, Va., February 1 
FACTS ABOUT THE COLONIALS 

CONFERENCE Southern 

LOCATION ~ Washington, D.C 

ENROLLMENT 10,000 

COLORS Euff and Blue 

HOME COURT Washington Arena (6,500) and Ft. Myer 

(4,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Robert K. Faris 

BASKETBALL COACH William J. Reinhart 

HIS COACHING RECORD Overall: 656-423. At GW: 291-191 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Jack Zane 

1962-63 RECORD Won 8, Lost 15 

1962-63 SC RECORD Won 6, Lost 6 

COLONIALS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Series started 1924) 

G.W. Leads, 20-17 

(Maryland has won last 4 games) 

1962-63 RESULTS 

Maryland, 74; GW, 71 (at Maryland) 
Maryland, 68; GW, 67 (at Ft. Myer) 

SERIES HIGHLIGHTS 

Highest scoring game (170 points) 86-84 Maryland (Overtime) 1960 
Greatest margins of victory: For GW, 33 (1941), 61-28 

For Maryland, 21 (1956), 67-46 
Longest winning streak: GW won 9 straight (1947-53) 

COLONIAL NOTES 
LETTERMEN LOST (2): Don Ardell, Mike Checkan 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (8): Joe Adamitis, Gary Holloman, Kenny 
Legins, Mark Clark, Phil Aruscavage, Ric Duques, Eddie 
Far r ell, Joe Mullan 

REPLACEMENTS: Harvey Mallis, Mark Welker 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: With a predominantly junior squad, featuring 
eight lettermen, the Colonials are looking forward to 
their first winning season in four years. Senior Joe 
Adamitis, 10.7, and juniors Mark Clark, 13.6 and Kenny 
Legins, 15.4, lead the returning scorers and will be counted 
on for the bulk of the scoring this year. The final two 
positions could go to Eddie Farrel, 5.1, or Phil Aruscavage, 
3.0, both lettermen. However, Harvey Mallis, a 6-4 trans- 
fer, or Mark Welker, 26.7 as a freshman last year, could 
both wind up in the starting lineup. GW will be tested 
early as the Colonials open with Cincinnati, then travel to 
New York to meet St. John's and follow up with the Steel 
Bowl tournament (Duquesne, Pitt and Westminster). 

20 



Georgetown University 

At Georgetown, December 4 
At Home, February 25 

FACTS ABOUT THE HOYAS 

CONFERENCE None 

LOCATION Washington, D,C. 

ENROLLMENT 6,791 

COLORS Blue and Gray 

HOME COURT McDonough Gym 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR John L. Hagerty 

BASKETBALL COACH Tom O'Keefe 

HIS RECORD Jim Fitzgerald 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Won 38, Lost 32 (3 years) 

1962-63 RECORD Won 138 Lost 13 



HOYAS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Maryland leads, 21-15 

Greatest margins of victory: Georgetown, 18 (1938), 57-39 

Maryland, 13 (1957) 82-69 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At Georgetown: Georgetown, 79; Maryland 70 
At Maryland: Maryland, 73; Georgetown, 72 

HOYA NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (3): Pardee Abadie, Bill Fox, Ed Lopata 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (1): Jim Barry, John Brogan, Jim Christy, 
Tom Craddock, Charles Devlin, Joe Franz, Bill Hodgman, 
Joe Mazelin, Jerry Moriarty, Charley O'Donnell, Jim Pen- 
dergast 



21 



Navy 



At Annapolis, January 11 
FACTS ABOUT THE MIDDIES 

CONFERENCE Eastern College 

LOCATION Annapolis, Md. 

ENROLLMENT 4,100 

COLORS Navy Blue and Gold 

HOME COURT Navy Field House (4,533) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Captain William S. Busik, U.S.N. 

BASKETBALL COACH Ben Carnevale 

HIS COACHING RECORD Overall: 281-135. At Navy: 230-124 (17 

seasons) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR L. Budd Thalman 

1962-63 RECORD Won 9, Lost 9 

MIDDIES RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Series started 1925) 
Navy leads 23-16 

1962 RESULTS 

Maryland, 67; Navy, 61 (at Maryland) 

SERIES HIGHLIGHTS 

Highest scoring game (146 points) — 88-58, Maryland (1958) 
Greatest margin of victory: For Navy, 38 (1933) 59-21 

For Maryland, 30 (1958) 88-58 
The rivals have alternated in winning their last three games. 
Longest winning streak: Navy won 8 straight, 1944-1951 

MIDDIES NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (3): Ron Terwilliger, Dave Konold, Ben Ross 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (7): Capt. Woody Vaughan, Bob Daven- 
port,, Hank Kettelhodt, John Krechting, Larry Mack, John 
Mahoney, Roger Staubach 

REPLACEMENTS: (From Reserves and JVS): John Common, John 
Geraghty, Dave Kanning, Regis Matzie, Mark Rein, Bruce 
Terwilliger 

(From 1962-63 Plebes): Bob Bandy, Roy Bell, Doug Law, 
SteveMiller, Ralph Mitchell, Gene Parchinski, Bill Rad- 
cliffe, Chris Reddington, Frank Smith 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: (Coach Ben Carnevale) "We face some unique 
challenges this season. Graduation took only three letter- 
men but they were our top scorer, No. 1 rebounder and 
the 'quarterback' of our backcourt. They will indeed be 
missed. Seven lettermen return but none of them were 
fulltime first-stringers last season. Woody Vaughan, our 
captain, was on the junior varsity until mid-season and 
Roger Staubach, another monogram winner, played only 
26 minutes in our final five games. To tie it down to one 
wcrd, we have to rebuild. The big question is whether 
to rebuild around lettermen or concentrate on the quick 
development of the many fine prospects from the 1962-63 
plebe team, one of the best from an overall talent stand- 
point ever assembled here." 

22 



University of North Carolina 

At Chapel Hill, January 13 
At Home, February 18 

FACTS ABOUT THE TAR HEELS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Chapel Hill, N.C. 

ENROLLMENT 10,500 

COLORS Blue and White 

HOME COURT Woollen Gymnasium 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR C. P. (Chuck) Erickson 

BASKETBALL COACH Dean Smith 

HIS RECORD 23-15 (2 years) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Bob Quincy 

1962-63 RECORD Won 15, Lost 6 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 10, Lost 5 

TAR HEELS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

North Carolina leads, 40-23 
(Series began in 1924) 

Greatest margins of victory: North Carolina, 36 (1936), 64-28 

Maryland, 25 (1939), 66-41 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At College Park: North Carolina, 78: Maryland, 56 
At Chapel Hill: North Carolina, 82; Maryland, 68 

TAR HEEL NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (6) : Larry Brown, Yogi Poteet, Charlie Burns, Pepp 
Callahan, Dieter Krause, Richard Vinroot 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (8): Billy Cunningham, Billy Galantai, 
Charlie Shaffer, Ray Respess, Bryan McSweeney, Art 
Katz, Bill Brown, Mike Cooke 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Billy Cunningham, a unanimous all-Atlantic Coast 
Conference choice as a sophomore, will pace what should 
be a good Carolina basketball team. The depth of the Tar 
Heels is more favorable than in recent years. Rebounding 
should be improved. On the negative side is a need for 
slick backccurt operatives, since starters Larry Brown 
and Yogi Poteet graduated. Cunningham averaged 22.7 
points per game and 16 rebounds last season. He is bigger 
(S-d 1! 2, 210) and has added polish. Coming up from the 
frosh to aid him on the boards is 6-8% Bob Bennett. 
Charlie Shaffer and Mike Cooke, who play both guard and 
forward, appear to be the likely backcourt combination. 
Letterman Ray Respess will struggle with vet Bryan Mc- 
Sweeney for the other forward spot. The Tar Heels were 
15-6 last season and Coach Dean Smith expects the com- 
ing edition to be just as strong, providing Brown's play- 
making isn't missed too much. 

23 



North Carolina State College 

At Maryland, December 10 
At N.C. State, January 18 

FACTS ABOUT THE WOLFPACK 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Raleigh, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT 7,300 men; 200 women 

COLORS Red and White 

HOME COURT William Neal Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Roy B. Clogston 

BASKETBALL COACH Everett N. Case 

HIS COACHING RECORD Won 370. Lost 122 (17 seasons) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Frank Weedon 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 10. Lost 11 

1962-63 RECORD Won 5, Lost 9 

WOLFPACKS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

(Series started 1923-24) 
N.C. State leads, 21-15 

1962-63 RESULTS 

N.C. State, 76; Maryland, 74 (Overtime) at College Park, Md. 
N.C. State, 79; Maryland, 59 at Raleigh, N.C. 

SERIES HIGHLIGHTS 

Highest scoring game (150 points) 76-74, N.C. State, 1962 
Greatest margin of victory: For N.C State, 20 (1955) 78-58 

For Maryland, 24, (1930) 53-29 
N.C. State has won the last 3 games 

WOLFPACK NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (7): Jon Speaks. Ken Rohloff, John Key, Jim 
Whitfield, Pom Sinnock, Ron Gossell, Don Greiner 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (2): Pete Auksel, Larry Lakins 

REPLACEMENTS: Ray Hodgdon, 6-4; Hal Blondeau (6-4), John Argan- 
bright (6-3), Larry Worsley (6-5) 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: The Wolf pack returns the most inexperienced 
squad Coach Everett Case has had in his previous 17 sea- 
sons at N.C. State. Not only are forwards Auksel and 
Lakins the only lettermen returning from a team which 
won only 10 of 21 games but they are the only men to 
have played as much as 20 minutes last season. Senior- 
to-be center Ron Gossell was severely injured in the auto- 
mobile accident which took the life of Speaks and his 
status for the coming season is uncertain. The Wolf pack 
will neither be tall ncr graced with speed, elements indi- 
cating that a revised style of play from past State teams 
is in the offing. "There will be some trying times, but I 
feel we can offset some of our shortcomings with added 
determination, spirit and hustle", says the veteran Case. 

24 



Penn State 

At University Park, Pa., December 7 

FACTS ABOUT THE NITTANY LIONS 

CONFERENCE None 

LOCATION University Park, Pa. 

ENROLLMENT 17,000 

COLORS Blue and White 

HOME COURT Recreation Building 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Ernest B. McCoy 

BASKETBALL COACH John S. Egli 

HIS RECORD Won 113, Lost 98 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Jim Tarman 

1962-63 RECORD Wen 15, Lost 5 

LIONS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Penn State leads, 2-1 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At College Park: Penn State, 62; Maryland, 61 
Greatest margin of victory: Penn State, 6 (1962), 71-65 

Maryland, 17 (1961), 64-47 

NITTANY LION NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (2): Earl Hoffman, John Mitchell 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (6): Capt. Bob Donato, Ron Avillion, Terry 
Hoover, John Ludwig, Tom Malinchak, Bob Weiss 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Six returning lettermen, including four starters, 
a promising crop of newcomers from the best freshman 
squad in many years; a better bench, good speed, good 
defense, good shooting, and adequate size would make it 
appear that the Nittany Lions might equal their 15-5 
record of last year (the school's best in a decade). But 
the schedule is the toughest ever. In short, the team could 
be better but the record not as good. Lions open at Duke 
and North Carolina State which is a tip-off onthe sched- 
ule. They will play at home only eight times in the 22- 
game schedule. 



25 



South Carolina 

At Maryland, January 6 
At South Carolina, February 29 

FACTS ABOUT THE GAMECOCKS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Columbia, S.C. 

ENROLLMENT 7,782 

COLORS Garnet and Black 

HOME COURT Carolina Field House (4,100) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Marvin Bass 

BASKETBALL COACH Chuck Noe 

HIS COACHING RECORD Overall: 142-112. At S.C: 9-15 (1 year) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Tom Price 

1962-63 RECORD Won 9, Lost 15 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 4, Lost 10 

GAMECOCKS RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 
(Series started 1925) 
Maryland leads, 23-9 

1962-63 RESULTS 

Maryland, 6S; S.C, 63 (At Maryland) 
Maryland, 51; S.C, 44 (At S.C.) 

SERIES HIGHLIGHTS 

Highest scoring game (158 points), 99-59, Maryland (1958) 
Greatest margins of victory: For South Carolina, 15 (1950), 59-44 
Greatest margins of victory: For Maryland, 40 (1958), 99-59 
Longest winning streaks: Maryland has two 7-game streaks (Maryland 
has won the last 2 games) 

GAMECOCK NOTES 

LETTBRMEN LOST (3): Scotti Ward, Bob Haney, Dave Prevoznik 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (6): Ronnie Collins, Jimmy Collins, Bill 
Yarbrough, Terry Lucansky, John Corsage, Rick Grich 

REPLACEMENTS: Jim Fox, 6-8, 225; John Schroeder, 6-6, 205; Billy 
Woofter, 6-7, 215 (probably after February 1) 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK. This year's South Carolina basketball team will 
have somewhat more height and heft than the short and 
skinny squad of last year, but otherwise will face many 
of the same problems that confronted Coach Chuck Noe 
a year ago. Noe, who had a highly successful seven-year 
tenure at Virginia Tech, posted a 9-15 record his first year 
with the Gamecocks but was in all but two games until 
the closing minutes. It was generally conceded he did an 
excellent job with his nine-man squad whose biggest 
starter was 6-4, 187. The returnees have the advantage of 
a full season of the Noe system of multiple offenses and 
defenses and the freshmen got a thorough indoctrination 
of the system. However, they will have to give 100 per- 
cent-plus to finish above the .500 mark in the tough ACC. 

26 



University of Virginia 

At Home, December 2 
At Charlottesville, February 20 

FACTS ABOUT THE CAVALIERS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Charlottesville, Va. 

ENROLLMENT 5,500 

COLORS Orange and Blue 

HOME COURT Memorial Gym (3,000) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Steve Sebo 

BASKETBALL COACH Bill Gibson (First year at Virginia) 

HIS RECORD Won 102, Lost 37 — at Mansfield State 

College 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Dick Turner 

1962-63 RECORD Won5, Lost 20 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 3, Lost 11 

CAVALIERS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Maryland leads, 52-23 
(Series began in 1924) 

Greatest margins of victory: Virginia, 36 (1948), 79-43 

Maryland, 34 (1930), 54-20 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At Charlottesville: Maryland, 67; Virginia, 61 
At College Park: Virginia, 71; Maryland, 69 

CAVALIER NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (4): Gene Engel, Mike Greenberg, Steve Jarvis, 
Gene Flamm 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (8) Chip Conner, Mac Caldwell, Fletcher 
Arritt, Kenneth Goble, Dick Katstra, Bernie Meyer, Gary 
Spohn, Jay Lambiotte 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Eight lettermen return and a better record is 
indicated. The two big words in Virginia basketball this 
season are expected to be Chip Conner. Conner, who is 
the team captain, is one of the finest players ever to per- 
form for the Cavaliers at forward. He will be supported 
by 6-6 junior Mac Caldwell, who led in rebounding last 
year while averaging 13 points a game. The greatest 
need is for some scoring from the guard positions and a 
big man to help Conner and Caldwell with the rebounding. 

27 



Wake Forest 

At Winston-Salem, January 20 
At College Park, February 14 

FACTS ABOUT THE DEACONS 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

LOCATION Winston-Salem, N.C. 

ENROLLMENT 2,915 

COLORS Old Gold and Black 

HOME COURT Memorial Coliseum (8,200) 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR W. H. Gibson 

BASKETBALL COACH Horace (Bones) McKinney 

HIS RECORD Won 94, Lost 58 (six years) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Marvin (Skeeter Francis 

1962-63 RECORD ..._ Won 16, Lest 10 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 11, Lost 3 

DEACONS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

Wake Forest leads, 17-7 
(Series began in 1952) 

Greatest margins of victory: Wake Forest, 39 (ACC Tournament 1963), 

80-41 
Maryland, 21 (1954), 74-53 

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS 

At College Park: Wake Forest, 85; Maryland, 74 

At Winston-Salem: Wake Forest, 75; Maryland, 54 

At Raleigh (ACC Tournament) : Wake Forest, 80; Maryland, 41 

DEACON NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (4); Dave Wiedeman, Bob Wollard, Al Koehler, 
Ted Zawacki 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (6): Frank Christie, Dick Carmichael, 
Butch Hassell, Ronny Watts, Brad Brooks, Dick Herring 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: Three regulars from last year's ACC runners-up 
along with center Ronny Watts who saw action in all 26 
games, give Coach Bones McKinney a sound nucleus 
around which to build his 1963-64 club. The regulars are 
forwards Christie and Carmichael and guard Hassell. 
Herring is another letterman who will baetle for a start- 
ing job. Bob Leonard, top scorer fo rthe frosh with a 19.9 
average last winter, could be in the starting five. Watts, 
an excellent jumper, will be the big man in the lineupat 
6-6. McKinney feels the team could be as strong as last 
season. 

28 



West Virginia University 

At Home, December 14 
At Morgantown, February 5 



FACTS ABOUT THE MOUNTAINEERS 

CONFERENCE Southern 

LOCATION Morgantown, W. Va. 

ENROLLMENT 9,000 

COLORS Old Gold and Blue 

HOME COURT Mountaineer Field House 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Robert N. (Red) Brown 

BASKETBALL COACH Gecrge King 

HIS RECORD Won 70, Lost 18 (3 years) 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Edgar Barrett 

1962-63 RECORD Won 23, Lost 8 

1962-63 ACC RECORD Won 15, Lost 1 



MOUNTAINEERS' RECORD AGAINST THE TERPS 

West Virginia leads, 10-2 
(Last game 1954-55 Season) 

Greatest Margins of victory: West Virginia, 40 (1947), 81-41 

Maryland, 10 (1926), 25-15 



MOUNTAINEER NOTES 

LETTERMEN LOST (4) : Rod Thorn, Jim MeCormick, Dave Shuck, Gale 
Catlett 

LETTERMEN RETURNING (5): Marty Lentz, Tom Lowry, BUI Maphis, 
Don Weir, Mike Wolfe 

CAPSULE OUTLOOK: West Virginia's long string of basketball all- 
Americas comes to an end, but the Mountaineers still will 
be shooting for their ninth consecutive season of 20 or 
more victories in the coming campaign. Without Rod 
Thorn, who followed Jerry West and Hot Rod Hundley 
in a line of some of the nation's brightest college stars, 
West Virginia will be hard pressed to keep up the 20-game 
tradition — a mark surpassed only by Kentrcky with 14 
straight 20-win seasons ending in 1959. Besides Thorn, the 
Mountaineers also lost Jim MeCormick, two of the top 
seven scorers in the school's history. Coach King, whose 
.795 winning percentage for three years equals the six- 
year record of his predecessor Fred Schaus, will call for 
more team balance and scoring punch up front to com- 
pensate for losing an outstanding back line. The return- 
ing front line of tall Tom Lowry, Mike Wolfe ad Bill 
Eaphis contributed only one-third of the team's points 
last season. 

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









International 








Associated Press 




News Service 




United Press 


1. 


West Virginia 


1. 


West Virginia 


1. 


West Virginia 


2. 


Cincinnati 


2. 


Cincinnati 


2. 


Cincinnati 


3. 


Kansas State 


3. 


San Francisco 


3. 


San Francisco 


4. 


San Francisco 


4. 


Kansas State 


4. 


Kansas State 


5. 


Temple 


5. 


Temple 


5. 


Temple 


6. 


MARYLAND 


6. 


Dayton 


6. 


MARYLAND 


7. 


Kansas 


7. 


N,otre Dame 


7. 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Bradley 


8. 


Kansas 


9. 


Kentucky 


9. 


MARYLAND 


9. 


Dayton 


in. 


Duke 


10. 


Kansas 


10. 


Indiana 



ALL-AMERICAS AT MARYLAND 

Selected by New York Sports Writer's 
Selected by New York Sports Writer's 



1931 — Louis "Bozey" Berger 
Assn. 



1932 — Louis "Bozey" Berger 
Assn. 

1953 — Eugene Shue — Second team Helm's Foundation. 

1954 — Eugene Shue — Second team Helm's Foundation — 16th man on 
Associated Press Poll. 

1960 — Al Bunge — Honorable Mention Associated Press. 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

1962-63 Final Basketball Statistics 

(21 GAMES) 

P G FGA FG PCT. FTA FT PCT. SM REB. PF TP AVG. 

Jerrv Greenspan F 21 312 111 35.6 191 143 74.9 249 184 75 365 17.4 

Scott Ferguson C 21 177 77 43.5 58 36 62.1 122 150 47 190 9.0 

Bob Eicher G 19 172 64 37.2 63 43 68.3 128 57 39 171 9.0 

Sam McWilliams G 21 159 70 44.0 36 22 61.1 103 81 46 162 7.7 

Connie Carpenter G 21 159 71 44.7 21 16 76.2 93 50 16 158 7.5 

Phil Carlson F 21 147 60 40.8 54 31 57.4 110 127 44 151 7.2 

Bill Stasiulatis G 10 103 32 31.1 55 39 70.9 87 46 30 103 10.3 

Rudy Shively F 11 23 13 56.5 8 3 37.5 15 16 6 29 2.6 

Joe Barton C 11 19 7 36.8 7 3 42.9 16 14 16 17 1.5 

Bob Lewis F 6 1 1 100.0 3 1 33.3 2 3 3 3 0.5 

TEAM 160 

MD. TOTALS 21 1272 506 39.8 496 337 67.9 925 888 322 1349 64.2 

OPP. TOTALS 21 1336 614 46.0 396 276 69.7 843 *879 366 1504 71.6 

* — Includes 164 team rebounds 



INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS 



TP Scored 


Greenspan 


N.C. State 


Dec. 


11 


30 


(FG 13, FT 4) 


FG Scored 


Greenspan 


N.C. State 


Dec. 


11 


13 


(FGA 23) 


FT Scored 


Greenspan 


Geo. Wash. 


Feb. 


1 


11 


(FTA 13) 






Georgetown 


Feb. 


4 


11 


(FTA 12) 


FT Attempted 


Greenspan 


Duke 


Dec. 


8 


16 


(Made 10) 


Rebounds 


Ferguson 


S. Carolina 


Jan. 


5 


17 


(Team 55) 



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OWN TEAM HIGH MARKS 
FG Scored vs 



FT Attempted 
FT Scored 
PF Committed 



North Carolina State 30 

Wake Forest 

vs. George Washington 36 

vs. George Washington 26 

vs. George Washington 20 



LOW MARKS BY OPPONENT 
South Carolina 20 



Virginia 
South Carolina 
North Carolina 



12 

4 

10 





1962-63 


RECORD (8-13) 




Penn State 


(H) 61-62 




N.C. State 


(A) 59-79 


Georgetown 


(A) 70-79 




Geo. Washington 


(A) 68-67 


Duke 


(A) 56-92 




Georgetown 


(H) 73-72 


N.C. State 


(H) 74-76 


(OT) 


North Carolina 


(A) 68-82 


Virginia 


(A) 67-61 




Clemson 


(A) 60-62 


Wake Forest 


(H) 74-85 




South Carolina 


(A) 51-44 


South Carolina 


(H) 68-63 




Wake Forest 


(A) 54-75 


Geo. Washington 


(H) 74-72 




Virginia 


(H) 69-71 


Navy 


(H) 67-61 




Duke 


(H) 70-76 


North Carolina 


(H) 56-78 




Clemson 


(H) 69-67 



ACC TOURNAMENT, Raleigh, N.C, Wake Forest, 41-80 



ALL-TIME COACHES' RECORDS 



TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 



ALL 
Won 

1923-24 4 

1924-25 11 

1925-26 14 

1926-27 10 

1927-28 14 

1928-29 7 

1929-30 16 

1930-31 14 

1931-32 16 

1932-33 11 

1933-34 11 

1934-35 8 

1935-36 13 

1936-37 9 

1937-38 14 

1938-39 13 

1939-40 13 

1940-41 1 

1941-42 7 

1942-43 8 

1943-44 4 

1944-45 2 

1945-46 9 

1946-47 14 

243 





REG. 


SEASON 


AMES 


CONF 


. GAMES 


Lost 


Won 


Lost 


6 


1 


2 


4 


3 


1 


2 


7 


1 


9 


6 


4 


4 


8 


1 


8 


2 


5 


5 


9 


5 


4 


8 


1 


3 


8 


2 


8 


7 


3 


7 


6 


1 


10 


4 


3 


5 


4 


3 


10 


4 


8 


8 


6 


4 


8 


8 


3 


8 


7 


4 


21 





13 


15 


3 


8 


8 


5 


5 


13 


2 


1 


13 


2 


5 


11 


5 


4 


9 


9 


4 



199 



124 



91 



32 



TEAMS COACHED BY 

1947-48 11 

1948-49 9 

1949-50 7 



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 

L957-58 22 7 9 

1958-59 10 13 7 

1959-60 15 8 9 

1960-61 14 12 6 

1961-62 8 17 3 

1962-63 8 13 4 



27 



8 

5 
3 
2 
4 
7 
5 
5 
7 
5 
8 
11 
10 



189 



129 



103 



80 



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—45 


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 


1910-^3 


Wash . & Lee— 30 


1962—58 


Duke— 71 


32 


Duke— 44 


1963—41 


Wake Forest— 80 



Invitational Tournament Records 

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



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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 — 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— €7 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: 12 by Navy, 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. 

FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941. 

FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENT: 6 by Navy, 1926. 

MOST FT: 40 against North Carolina, ACC tournament final 1958 (52 
atempts) . 

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

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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 Shue against Duke, Feb. 1954 (made 
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 1FIELD GOALS: 237 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games). 

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

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

BEST MELD 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 made 69). 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 22.1 by Gene Shue, 1952-53 (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 1957-58 

(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) 

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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 G 


ames 




All 


Games 






Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


*N. C. State 


12 


2 


1,283 


1,086 


28 


4 


2,839 


2,449 


Duke 


11 


3 


1,212 


990 


20 


8 


2,386 


2,037 


MARYLAND 


10 


4 


923 


881 


17 


7 


1,573 


1,485 


Wake Forest 


8 


6 


1,176 


1,121 


17 


10 


2,315 


2,139 


North Carolina 


8 


6 


1,124 


1,107 


10 


11 


1,592 


1,599 


Virginia 


5 


9 


1,255 


1,255 


14 


15 


2,605 


2,449 


South Carolina 


2 


12 


970 


1,168 


10 


16 


2,043 


2,158 



Clemson 14 1,020 1,355 2 21 1,694 2,147 

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

1956 





Conference Games 




All 


Games 






Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Opp. 


*N. C. State 


11 


3 


1,167 


1,024 


24 


4 


2,319 


1,974 


North Carolina 


11 


3 


1,017 


923 


18 


5 


1,839 


1,633 


Wake Forest 


10 


4 


1,162 


1,065 


19 


9 


2,259 


2,105 


Duke 


10 


4 


1,101 


955 


19 


7 


2,095 


1,815 


MARYLAND 


7 


7 


932 


909 


14 


10 


1,600 


1,555 


Virginia 


3 


11 


957 


1,135 


10 


17 


1,992 


2,130 


South Carolina 


3 


11 


999 


1,132 


9 


14 


1,798 


1,823 


Clemson 


1 


13 


1,115 


1,303 


9 


17 


2,236 


2,360 


(*won conference 


i championship in tournament, 76-64 over 


Wake 


Forest) 








W57 












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 


Wcke 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 Caro'ina over C'.em-on 81-G1; Wake Forest over N.C. 

State 66-56. 
Se nifm'ils — 'outh Carolina over Maryland 74-64; North Carolina over 

Wake Forest 61-59. 
Fh'als — 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 


.643 884 822 


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 


.429 924 944 


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 

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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. 



Conference I 


Sames 








Won 


Lost Pet. 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


14 





1.000 


1169 


927 


Wake Forest 


11 


3 


.786 


1026 


944 


N. Carolina 


10 


4 


.714 


1065 


989 


Clemson 


5 


9 


.357 


875 


940 


N.C. State 


5 


9 


.357 


923 


947 


Maryland 


4 


10 


.286 


895 


1011 


S. Carolina 


4 


10 


.286 


867 


977 


Virginia 


3 


11 


.214 


959 


1044 



1963 

All Games 

Won Lost Pet. Pts. Opp. 

27 3 .900 2496 2069 

16 10 .615 1854 1788 

15 6 .714 1608 1487 

12 13 .480 1685 1673 

10 11 .476 1464 1439 

8 13 .381 1349 1504 

9 15 .375 1571 1701 
5 20 .200 1589 1862 

Championship Tournament 

First Round — Wake Forest, 80; Maryland, 41; North Carolina, 93; 
South Carolina, 76; Duke, 89; Virginia, 70; N.C. State, 79; Clemson, 78. 

Semifinals— Duke, 82; N.C. State, 65; Wake Forest, 56; North Caro- 
lina, 55. 

Finals— Duke, 68; Wake Forest, 57. 

N.C.A.A. Tournament 
Eastern Regional— Duke, 81, N.Y.U., 76; Duke, 73; St. Joseph's, 59. 
Nationals— Loyola (111.), 94; Duke, 85; Oregon State, 63 (for third 
place). 



All -Conference Teams 

(As selected by Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association) 

1954 



FIRST TEAM 

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



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 



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1955 



FIRST TEAM 

Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 

Ronnie Shavlik, N.C. State 

Buzz Wilkinson, Virginia 

Lennie Rosenbluth, North Carolina 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke 



SECOND TEAM 

BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Joe Belmont, Duke 

Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

Lowell Davis, Wake Forest 



Player of Year — Hemric Coach 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 



SECOND TEAM 

Bill Miller, Virginia 

Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Vic Molodet, N. C. State 

Joe Belmont, Duke 

Phil DiNardo, N. C. State 



1956 



FIRST TEAM 

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



Player of Year-^Shavlik 



SECOND TEAM 

Ronnie Mayer, Duke 

BOB KESSLER, MARYLAND 

Bill Yarborough, Clemson 

Grady Wallace, South Carolina 

Jack Murdock, Wake Forest 



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 



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 

HOB 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 



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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 

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 



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



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

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 af Wake Forest 

ALL-TOURNAMEN'l 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Doug Kistler, Duke 

Howard Hurt, Duke 

Lee Shaffer, North Carolina 

York Larese, North Carolina 



FIRST TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest 

Art Heyman, Duke 

York Larese, North Carolina 

Doug Moe, North Carolina 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest 



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



1961 



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) 



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AWARDS 

Player of Year — Len Chappell of Wake Forest 
Coach of Year — Bones MeKinney of Wake Forest 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest BILL STASIULATIS, MARYLAND 

Art Heyman, Duke Scotti Ward, South Carolina 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest Dave Wiedeman, Wake Forest 

John Frye, Duke Carroll Youngkin, Duke 

Art Whisnant, South Carolina Choppy Patterson, Clemson 

1962 

ALL-CONFERENCE 

PTRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest Larry Brown, North Carolina 

Art Heyman, Duke Dave Weideman, Wake Forest 

Jeff Mullins, Duke John Punger, N.C. State 

Art Whisnant, South Carolina Tony Laquintano, Virginia 

Jon Speaks, North Carolina State Jim Hudock, North Carolina 

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

ALL-TOURNAMENT 

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Len Chappell, Wake Forest Dave Weideman, Wake Forest 

Jim Brennan, Clemson JERRY GREENSPAN, MARYLAND 

Art Heyman, Duke Bob Robinson, South Carolina 

Jeff Mullins, Duke Ronnie Collins, South Carolina 

Billy Packer, Wake Forest Art Whisnant, South Carolina 

1963 

ALL-CONFERENCE 

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Art Heyman, Duke Jay Buckley, Duke 

Billy Cunningham, North Carolina Larry Brown, North Carolina 

Jeff Mullins, Duke Bob Woollard, Wake Forest 

Dave Wiedeman, Wake Forest Frank Christie, Wake Forest 

Larry Brown, North Carolina Buzzy Harrison, Duke 

AWARDS 

Player of Year — Art Heyman, Duke 
Coach of Year — Vic Bubas, Duke 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 

Art Heyman, Duke Jay Buckley, Duke 

Jeff Mullins, Duke Larry Brown, North Carolina 

Dave Wiedeman, Wake Forest Bob Woollard, Wake Forest 

Billy Cunningham, North Carolina Frank Christie, Wake Forest 

Ken Rohloff, N.C. State Buzzy Harrison, Duke 

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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
1963-64 Freshman Basketball Schedule 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


Dec. 


2 


Virginia 


Dec. 


4 


Georgetown 


Dec. 


9 


Catholic University 


Dec. 


10 


Loyola (Frosh) 


Dec. 


14 


West Virginia 


Dec. 


16 


Ft. Belvoir 


Jan. 


6 


American University 


Jan. 


21 


St. Johns 


Feb. 


1 


George Washington 


Feb. 


5 


West Virginia 


Feb. 


8 


DeMatha 


Feb. 


14 


American University 


Feb. 


15 


Navy Plebes 


Feb. 


18 


Catholic University 


Feb. 


20 


Virginia 


Feb. 


25 


Georgetown 



LOCATION 

Home 
Away 
Away 
Home 
Home 
Home 
Home 
Away 
Away 
Away 
Home 
Home 
Away 
Home 
Away 
Home 



(6:15) 



(3:45) 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL COACH: Frank Fellows 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Final 1962-63 Freshman Basketball Statistics 

Neil Brayton G 16 135 77 60 .779 52 330 20.6 

Gary Ward F 16 132 80 58 .725 40 322 20.1 

Jack Clark F 16 97 79 72 .911 35 266 16.6 

Rick Wise - C 16 S3 65 48 .736 60 214 13.4 

Mike DeCosmo G 16 79 46 36 .783 47 194 12.1 

Dick Mueller G 16 33 30 16 .533 49 82 5.1 

Bill Franklin G 15 22 19 13 .684 14 57 3.8 

Terry Truax F 16 14 7 2 .286 27 28 1.8 

Bill Siedling G 9 2 .000 2 0.0 

Maryland Totals 16 591 405 305 .753 321 1494 93.4 

Opponent Totals 16 403 447 288 .644 286 1094 68.4 



INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS 



TP Scored Brayton 

FG Scored Brayton 

FT Scored Clark 

FT Attempted Clark 



Georgetown Frosh 
Georgetown Frosh 
Loyola Frosh 
Loyola Frosh 



Feb. 4 37(15fg,7ft) 
Feb. 4 15 
Feb. 19 11(13 fta) 
Feb. 19 13(made 11) 



SEASON RECORD (14-2) 



Towson Catholic H.S. 


(H) 


91-36 


Mackin H.S. 


(H) 


96-56 


Georgetown Frosh 


(A) 


72-88 


George Wash. Frosh 


(A) 


98-69 


St. Johns H.S. 


(A) 


77-64 


Georgetown Frosh 


(H) 


105-74 


Virginia Frosh 


(A) 


101-73 


Catholic U. JV 


(A) 


91-71 


DeMatha H.S. 


(H) 


67-51 


Navy Plebes 


(A) 


83-89 


American U. Frosh 


(H) 


107-67 


Virginia Frosh 


(H) 


96-66 


George Wash. Frosh 


(H) 


121-71 


Loyola Frosh 


(H) 


95-72 


Fort Belvoir 


(H) 


90-64 


Catholic U. JV 


(H) 


104-74 



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INDOOR TRACK 




HEAD COACH: 

James Kehoe 

season. 
1962-63 Dual 

Lost 0. 



(Maryland '40) 17th 
meet record; Won 1, 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 
Ed Bennett, Don Boyer, Ed Bury, Dick 
Calgaro, Mike Cole, Bob Collura, Paul 
Davis, Olaf Drozdov, Mike George, 
Tom Krueger, Steve Lamb, Rodney 
Lambert, George Leonard, Stu Mark- 
ley, John Prettyman, Walt Samora, 
Dick Sheer, Ramsay Thomas, Oliver 
Thompson, Tony Torrice, Bob Vermil- 
lion, Don Wann. 



1962-63 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 

Mike Cole Broad Jump (22-8 J /4) 

*John Prettyman 600 yard run (1:12.5) 

Bob Vermillion 700 yard high hurdles (8.8) 

*John Belitza Pole Vault (15-1%) 

Dick Smith 880 yard run (1:52.8) 

Chris Stauffer 700 yard low hurdles (7.6) 

*Bill Grey, Chris Stauffer, 

John Prettyman, Dick Smith Mile Relay (3:20.2) 

^CONFERENCE MEET RECORDS 



NOTES: 

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

ten held. 
John Belitza became the first collegian to break the 16 foot mark in 

the pole vault at Boston last January. 
Dick Smith's time of 2:09.3 in the 1000 yards last Winter was the 

fastest run by an American citizen last season indoors. 
With 22 lettermen back, the picture is fairly bright, but the most 

encouraging signs are to be found on coach Kehoe's frosh squad 

which appears loaded. 



Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


30 


Feb. 


1 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


15 


Feb. 


22 


Feb. 


29 


Mar. 


7 



1964 SCHEDULE 

Massachusetts Knights of Columbus Boston, Mass. 

Richmond Invitational Richmond, Va. 

Millrose Games New York, N.Y. 

Boston A. A Boston, Mass. 

Inquirer Games Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York Athletic Club New York, N.Y. 

Navy Annapolis, Md. 

National A.A.U New York, N.Y. 

All-Eastern Games Baltimore, Md. 

Atlantic Coast Conference Meet Chapel Hill, N.C. 



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SWIMMING 




HEAD COACH: 
Bill Campbell (Springfield '53) 8th 
season as coach. Seven year record: 
Won 62, Lost 22. 

1962-63 RECORD: 

Won 10, Lost 2. 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
RECORD: 

Won 5, Lost 2. 

Tri-champions of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

CO-CAPTAINS: 

Ron Squiers and Doc Dunphy. 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 
Mike Bershak, Dick Dahl, Doc Dunphy, Hoe Beng Fong, Jim Geary, 
Kevin Gilson, Tom Manfredi, Mike McMahon, Raoul Rebillard, Ron 
Squiers, Kenny Wall, Bob Windrow. 

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS IN 1963: 
Maryland won the conference meet at Raleigh and finished third 
behind North Carolina and North Carolina State to tie with the 
Wolfpack and the Tarheels for the crown. The same trio shared the 
title in 1961 with Maryland winning outright in 1960 and 1962. 

NOTES: 

Graduation hit the Terps hard, and unless the sophs come through, 
coach Bill Campbell feels that the team will be hard pressed to equal 
last year's 10-2 overall mark, the ACC crown, and the Eastern Inter- 
collegiate Relay Carnival title. 

Co-captain and all-American Ron Squiers handles the diving very 
well, and there are good prospects in the butterfly, freestyle and 
sprint events. 

Here again a good frosh team appears to be a very encouraging sign, 
with Baltimore's Phil Denkevitz, and two other high school ail- 
Americans, Joe Brey and Mac Pardew, ready to go. 



1963-64 SCHEDULE 

Dec. 7 Eastern Collegiates New Brunswick, N.J. 

Dec. 14 North Carolina State College Park 

Dec. 18 American University College Park 

Jan. 10 Virginia College Park 

Jan. 11 V.M.I _ College Park 

Jan. 18 Navy Annapolis 

Feb. 1 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Feb. 7 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 

Feb. 8 Clemson Clemson, S.C. 

Feb. 10 Wake Forest _ Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Feb. 11 Duke Durham, N.C. 

Feb. 15 Washington and Lee College Park 

Feb. 21 North Carolina College Park 

Feb. 27-28-29 A.C.C Chapel Hill, N.C. 

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WRESTLING 

HEAD COACH: ■■■ 

William "Sully" Krouse (Maryland gj 

'41) 17th season. f 

16 YEAR RECORD: 

Won 92, Lost 42, Tied 3. gfi 

1962-63 RECORD: 

Won 6, Lost 2, Tied 0. 

1962-63 ACC RECORD: 

Won 4, Lost 0. 

Champions of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference, winning conference tourna- 
ment with 103 points. 

CO-CAPTAINS: 

Marshal Dauberman and Fred Sentner. 




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LETTERMEN RETURNING: 

Nelson Aurand, Marshall Dauberman, Tim Geiger, Bob Kopnisky, Dave 
Ott, Fred Sentner, Amando Soto, Gary Wikander. 

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 

115 lbs. — Roger Neutze 157 lbs. — Bob Kopnisky 

130 lbs.— Ron Maunder 167 lbs.— Amando Soto 

137 lbs. — Dave Ott 177 lbs. — Marshall Dauberman 

147 lbs.— Sam Bossert 191 lbs.— Tim Geiger 

Heavyweight — Gary Wikander 

OUTSTANDING WRESTLER OF ACC TOURNAMENT: 
Bob Kopnisky, 157 pound class. 

NOTES: 

Maryland has won ten consecutive conference titles, 1954-63. The Terps 
have won 70 of the possible 88 individual titles. 

The Terp matmen have won 55 straight conference matches including 
the last nine in the old Southern Conference. Maryland has never 
had a losing season with a 5-5 mark in 1948, the first season that 
wrestling was a major varsity sport in College Park being the closest. 

Maunder and Bossert were ACC champs all three varsity years. Dauber- 
man has won two straight championships in his two years of competi- 
tion so far. 

Terps have had 137 and 147 pound champs all ten years. 

Maryland's conference record since the ACC was formed: 46-0-0. 

1963-64 SCHEDULE 

Dec. 6-7 Coast Guard Tourney New London, Conn. 

Dec. 13 North Carolina State College Park 

Dec. 19 Virginia Charlottesville. Va. 

Dec. 27-28 Wilkes Tournament Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Jan. 11 Penn State College Park 

Jan. 21 Pittsburgh College Park 

Feb. 15 Navy Annapolis 

Feb. 22 North Carolina College Park 

Feb. 29 Duke College Park 

Mar. 6-7 A.C.C. Tournament College Park 

Mar. 26-27-28 N.C.A.A. Tournament Ithaca, N.Y. 

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