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MARYLAND BASKETBALL 1969-70 



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University of Maryland Basketball 

with 




Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell 
(301)864-4322 

and 

George Raveling (Villanova '60) Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 

(301 ) 454-41 12 (301 ) 454-21 26 

Jim Maloney (Niagara '59) 
(301)454-2126 



COVER PHOTO: Coach Charles Driesell pauses for the camera with the Cole Field 
House Court in the background. The 1970 NCAA finals will be held 
on this court. 

BACK COVER: The Maryland Assistants from Left. Joe Harrington, Jim Maloney, 
George Raveling 




FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

LOCATION College Park, Maryland 

President Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 

FOUNDED 1807 as College of Medicine of Maryland 

1812 changed name to Univ. of Maryland 
1920 merged with Maryland State College 

ENROLLMENT 25,500 undergraduates 

7,000 graduate and professional students 
32,500 total enrollment 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jim Kehoe 

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR . . . .Alfred J. Hanlon 

HOME COURT Cole Field House (12,005) 

NICKNAME Terrapins, Terps 

COLORS Red and White 

Black and Gold 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Dan Daniels 

OFFICE: (301)864-4076 

HOME: (301)530-1266 
ASSOCIATE SID: Jack Zane 

OFFICE: (301)864-4076 

HOME: (301)322-3265 

TRAINER William "Spider" Fry 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

PRESS FACILITIES IN COLE FIELD HOUSE 

Press Row — Courtside 

Radio Booth — Upper Press Box 

Scouts — Upper Press Box 

Film Deck — Upper Press Box 
Western Union Services available 

Tel-lex at courtside 

Follow The Terps 
on WMAL Radio 63 

All University of Maryland Basketball games will be broadcast on 
WMAL Radio. Sports Director Steve Gilmartin and Mai Campbell 
will handle the play-by-play with Sonny Jurgensen providing the 
color. The Lefty Driesell show will be carried by WMAL TV on 
Saturday afternoons with Lefty and Mai Campbell, providing the 
commentary. 




- SKI 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Coach Driesell 2 

Coach Harrington 4 

Coach Maloney 4 

Coach Raveling ' 4 

Cole Field House photos 16 

Director of Athletics 32 

Game by Game Scoring 1968-69 18 

Opponents 19-27 

Freshmen 30 

Players Sketch 

Charlie Blank 11 

Tom Findreng 18 

Jay Flowers 12 

Will Hetzel 7 

Rod Horst 6 

Steve Kebeck 15 

Tom Milroy 5 

Steve Norman 14 

Harvey Sanders 13 

Sparky Still 10 

Dick Stobaugh 9 

Mickey Wiles 8 

President of University 32 

Records 28 

Results - 1 968-69 29 

Rosters 

Freshmen 17 

Varsity 17 

Schedules Freshmen 31 

Schedules Varsity 3 

Statistics 1 968-69 29-30 

Trainer - Bill Fry 4 



TERRAPINS ALL-TIME SCORERS 




Gene Shue 



1. Gene Shue, 1952-54 

2. Jay McMillen, 1965-67 

3. BobKessler, 1954-56 

4. Gary Ward, 1964-66 

5. Pete Johnson, 1967-69 

6. Bob O'Brien, 1955-57 

7. Will Hetzel, 1968- 



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Jay McMillen 

1,397 
1,300 
1,266 
1,094 

987 

972 

956 



HEAD 

BASKETBALL 

COACH 

A new era for University of Maryland basketball 
began in March 1969 when Director of Athletics Jim 
Kehoe announced the appointment of Charles 
"Lefty" Driesell as the new head coach of the Terra- 
pins. 

Driesell established as one of the finest basketball 
coaches in the nation immediately began his drive to 
bring Maryland basketball into national prominance. 
His first move was the appointment of George Ravel- 
ing, former Villanova star, as his top assistant. He 
since has added Jim Maloney, former Niagara head 
coach, and Joe Harrington, a Maryland favorite, to his 
staff. 

Lefty literally began at the bottom in establishing 
his program at Maryland. He has completely reno- 
vated the basketball facilities in Cole Field House. 
The dressing room facilities, training room and bas- 
ketball offices all have benefited from his tireless 
devotion to perfection and serve as a testimonial to 
his dedication to making Maryland basketball the 
best. 

In the short time he had to devote to recruiting for 
the 1969-70 school year he did an outstanding job. 
He immediately returned to his native state of Vir- 
ginia and persuaded the two top high school stars in 
the state to continue their education at the University 
of Maryland. His eight recruits for the coming year in 
addition to the pair from Virginia include two from 
California, and one each from Iowa, Kentucky, 
Pennsylvania and New York. 

It is only fitting that he should begin building his 
program around two Virginia products. Lefty was 
born in Norfolk on December 25, 1931 and is a grad- 
uate of Norfolk's Granby High. He went on to Duke 
and received his degree from there in 1954. His 
coaching career began at Granby High and includes 
two years at Newport News High. 

Lefty moved on to Davidson College in 1960 and 
immediately transformed a previously dormant bas- 
ketball program into one of the Nation's best. He 
compiled a nine year record of 176-65 and the South- 
ern Conference selected him "Coach of the Year" in 
1963, 1964, 1965 and 1966, an unmatched honor. 




Lefty Driesell 



Coach Driesell's Record 



1955-56 


Granby H 


gh J.V. 


Won 18 


Lost 4 


1956-57 


Granby H 


gh Varsity 


Won 15 


Lost 5 


1957-59 


Newport News Varsity 


Won 64 


Lost 6 


FOUR YEAR HIGH SCHOOL RECORD: 


Won 97 


Lost 15 


(included a 57 game winning streak and State Champ 


ionship) 


1960-61 


Davidson 




Won 9 


Lost 14 


1961-62 


Davidson 




Won 14 


Lost 1 1 


1962-63 


Davidson 




Won 20 


Lost 7 


1963-64 


Davidson 




Won 22 


Lost 4 


1964-65 


Davidson 




Won 24 


Lost 2 


1965-66 


Davidson 




Won 21 


Lost 7 


1966-67 


Davidson 




Won 15 


Lost 12 


1967-68 


Davidson 




Won 24 


Lost 5 


1968-69 


Davidson 




Won 27 


Lost 3 



NINE YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD: Won 176 Lost 65 

1965-66 Southern Conference Champions 
1967-68 Southern Conference Champions 
1968-69 Southern Conference Champions 

DAVIDSON'S NATIONAL RANKINGS WITH COACH DRIESELL 

1964 10th 

1965 6th 

1 968 8th 

1969 3rd 



The Terrapin Varsity Schedule for 1969-70 



December 


1 


(Monday) 


3 


(Wednesday) 


10 


(Wednesday) 


13 


(Saturday) 


15 


(Monday) 


19 


(Friday) 


20 


(Saturday) 


29 


(Monday) 


January 


2 


(Friday) 


3 


(Saturday) 


7 


(Wednesday) 


10 


(Saturday) 


12 


(Monday) 


14 


(Wednesday) 


24 


(Saturday) 


28 


(Wednesday) 


31 


(Saturday) 


February 


4 


(Wednesday) 


7 


(Saturday) 


11 


(Wednesday) 


18 


(Wednesday) 


21 


(Saturday) 


23 


(Monday) 


25 


(Wednesday) 


28 


(Saturday) 


March 




5 


(Thursday) 


6 


(Friday) 


7 


(Saturday) 



Buffalo in Cole Field House 
George Washington at Fort Myer, Va. 
Princeton at Princeton, N.J. 
Wake Forest in Cole Field House 
South Carolina in Cole Field House 
Army in Cole Field House 
George Washington meets Fordham 
Fordham in Cole Field House 
George Washington meets Army 
Delaware in Cole Field House 



Wake Forest at Greensboro, N.C. 
Virginia meets North Carolina State 
North Carolina State at Greensboro 
Virginia meets Wake Forest 
West Virginia in Cole Field House 
South Carolina at Columbia, S.C. 
Clemson at Clemson, S.C. 
Navy in Cole Field House 
Maine in Cole Field House 
Duke in Cole Field House 
North Carolina in Cole Field House 



North Carolina State at Raleigh, N.C. 
Georgetown in Cole Field House 
Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Duke at Durham, N.C. 
Clemson in Cole Field House 
West Virginia at Morgantown, West Va. 
Virginia in Cole Field House 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



Maryland to 
Host National Finals 



The University of Maryland will host the finals of 
the National Collegiate Basketball Championships for 
the second time when the 1970 Championship Round 
is played in Cole Field House, March 19 and 21. The 
1966 Classic was held at Maryland with the Uni- 
versity of Texas at El Paso defeating Kentucky 72-65 
for the national championship. 



8:15 P.M. 


8:30 P.M. 


8:00 P.M. 


8:15 P.M. 


8:15 P.M. 


9:30 P.M. 


7:30 P.M. 


9:30 P.M. 


7:30 P.M. 


8:15 P.M. 


9:00 P.M. 


7:00 P.M. 


7:00 P.M. 


9:00 P.M. 


8:15 P.M. 


8:00 P.M 


8:00 P.M 


8:15 P.M. 


8:15 P.M. 


8:15 P.M 


8:15 P.M 



00 P.M 


15 P.M 


00 P.M 


00 P.M 


00 P.M 


15 P.M. 


05 P.M 


15 P.M 



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

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

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

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

1960— Al Bunge - Honorable Mention Asso- 
ciated Press. 



BASKETBALL STAFF 




George Raveling (Villanova '60) 

George 'The Rave" Raveling was the first Assistant hired 
by Coach Driesell in his drive to build a championship bas- 
ketball program at Maryland. Raveling knows what it is to 
be a champion. He played on championship teams in high 
school and at Villanova. After receiving his Bachelor's de- 
gree in Economics he remained at Villanova as an assistant 
coach and helped the Wildcats achieve top ten ranking in 
three of the next four years. 




William Fry 
Trainer 

William "Spider" Fry, a 1951 graduate of the University, 
returned to his alma mater in March, 1 967, as Head Trainer 
of Athletics. He had served for five years in a similar capac- 
ity at Dartmouth College. 

As an undergraduate, Fry earned his letter in varsity 
soccer and a B.S. degree in Physical Education. He was an 
assistant trainer for several years before becoming head 
trainer at Dartmouth in 1962. He was director of District 
III for the National Athletic Trainers Association in 1958. 

Spider and Sandy (Penn state '61) have one daughter, 
Elizabeth Kay, who has just turned two. 




Jim Maloney (Niagara '59) 

Jim Maloney, former Niagara head coach, although only 34 
has an outstanding coaching record. In 1961 he coached the 
team that represented Canada in the Olympic Games. This 
team compiled a 29-1 record. After a 14-2 season with the 
JV at Lockport High in New York he moved up to the 
varsity and compiled a two year 34-7 record and the first 
championship ever for Lockport. He then moved to Niag- 
ara, where he recruited and developed Calvin Murphy. In 
three years he compiled a 35-38 record at Niagara, winning 
at least 1 1 games each year. In addition to coaching the 
Terp freshmen he will contribute greatly to the recruiting 
program. 




Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 

Joe Harrington, a favorite with the Maryland fans from 
1963 through 1967 was always considered a fundamentally 
sound player and keen student of the game. He was one of 
New England's all-time greats at Morse High, Bath Maine. 

Harrington will help coordinate the academic activities 
of each player and assist Jim Maloney with the freshman 
squad. A consistent player, Joe played some of his best 
collegiate games against area rivals GW, Georgetown and 
Navy. Following a 20 point performance against GW in his 
junior year he suffered a knee injury and missed the final 
10 games. After an operation he came back to play in 22 
games Iris senior year. 




33 

TOM MILROY 

TLAM CAPTAIN 
6-3, 200, 22, Senior 
Richwood, West Virginia 



1967-1968 


1968-1969 




13 


8 


9 
9 





Clemson 
Davidson 


4 


8 


8 


3 


Duke 




10 







Georgetown 




5 


11 
26 




George Washington 
Marshall 


2 




17 




Miami 


2 









Navy 


7 


9 


3 


6 


N. Carolina 


4 


7 6 


14 


4 


N. C.State 




10 




14 
9 


Penn State 
Princeton 


5 


7 
4 
2 


4 


2 5 


S. Carolina 
Southern Illinois 
UTEP 


11 


12 




4 


Virginia 


13 


15 


12 


5 


Wake Forest 





3 


18 
16 


6 


West Virginia 
Wichita 





GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


13 


89 


175 


.508 


49 


67 


.731 


83 


29 


227 


17.5 


Sophomore 


24 


50 


151 


.331 


66 


96 


.688 


83 


71-5 


166 


6.9 


Junior 


25 


68 


167 


.407 


69 


86 


.802 


78 


71-3 


205 


8.2 



The popular Terp Captain although hard pushed by several sophomores is 
expected to start on the wing for Coach Driesell. Tom is certain to see plenty of action 
especially against West Virginia. The Richwood, West Virginia native had a career high 
of 26 against Marshall in Huntington and came back the next night in Huntington with 
17 against Miami. He also contributed 18 points against West Virginia University in 
Morgantown. He made the All-Tournament team in the Marshall Invitational last year. 
He was a five sport athlete at Richwood High as he played Basketball, Football, 
Baseball, Golf and was a high jumper and distance runner on the track team. An 
outstanding student and Pre-Med major he is a member of the SGA Cabinet and 
President of ODK. He was Captain of his football, basketball and golf teams at 
Richwood and now Captains the Terps. 



54 
ROD HORST 

6-6, 225, 21, Senior 
Hagerstown, Maryland 



967-1968 


1968-1969 




19 


8 


9 


10 
10 


Clemson 
Davidson 


6 


3 


7 


8 


Duke 









7 


Georgetown 




14 




-14 
9 


George Washington 
Marshall 




12 




8 


Miami 




8 




5 


Navy 


5 


5 


28 


13 


N. Carolina 


9 


14 1 


4 


13 


N. C.State 




2 




6 



Penn State 
Princeton 





4 
13 
13 


4 


13 8 


S. Carolina 
Southern Illinois 
UTEP 





13 


23 


9 


Virginia 


5 





6 


14 


Wake Forest 


10 


6 


2 


24 
8 


West Virginia 
Wichita 






GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


13 


40 


84 


.476 


10 


14 


.714 


89 


11 


90 


6.9 


Sophomore 


24 


63 


174 


.362 


44 


70 


.629 


164 


42-2 


170 


7.0 


Junior 


26 


108 


225 


.480 


46 


60 


.767 


229 


44 


262 


10.0 



Rod is one of the hardest workers on the squad. Will play inside in Coach 
Driesell's double post and is a key man in this offense. His high games as a sophomore 
was 19 against Clemson. Last year he threw in 28 against North Carolina following a 23 
point performance against Virginia and two games later added 24 against West Virginia. 
He is strong on the boards and will go after the loose balls. He was All-Tri State at 
South Hagerstown High while playing for Nicholas Scallion. 



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50 

WILL HETZEL 

6-7, 188, 22, Senior 
Washington, D.C. 















1967-1968 


1968-1969 






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^^P 












15 


9 


34 


33 
19 




Clemson 
Davidson 






^^™ 


^k 








13 


12 
20 


34 


23 
20 




Duke 
Georgetown 


LI 








2 






15 




14 




George Washington 










V 










16 




Marshall 










{{ / 






17 




27 




Miami 


















25 




37 




Navy 
















28 


12 


19 


26 




North Carolina 
















6 3 20 


25 


30 




N. C.State 
















6 




27 
13 






Penn State 
Princeton 
















28 


16 

16 

6 


19 


24 


33 


South Carolina 
Southern Illinois 
UTEP 
















26 





17 


22 




Virginia 
















14 


19 


14 


21 




Wake Forest 
















8 


14 


13 


17 




West Virginia 














FTA 


PCT REBS 


28 
PF-DSQ 


PTS 


Wichita 




GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


AVG 


Freshman 


13 


111 


245 


.451 


28 


39 


.736 


172 


28-2 




250 


19.2 


Sophomore 


14 


148 


350 


.423 


55 


77 


.714 


186 


77-4 




351 


14.6 


Junior 


26 


233 


527 


.442 


139 


171 


.813 


318 


83-6 




605 


23.3 



Will set a scoring and rebounding record as a junior as his 23.3 average topped the 
22.1 average compiled by Gene Shue during the 1952-53 season. His 24 rebounds 
against West Virginia topped the 22 grabbed by Bob Kessler against Georgetown in 
1956 and Al Bunge against Georgetown in 1958. Will moved up to number seven 
among the all-time Maryland scorers with his 956 points. He is sure to finish among the 
top five. Will's brother Fred was an All-American for Coach Driesell at Davidson. Will is 
certain to see a lot of action although he must adjust to Coach Driesell's style in order 
to break into the starting lineup. All-Metropolitan at Landon Prep in high school. 
Scored 37 against Navy last year for top game and finished the season with 33 against 
South Carolina in the ACC Tournament. 



15 
MICKEY WILES 

5-11, 180, 23, Senior 
Berwyn Heights, Maryland 



1968-1969 




2 


17 


Clemson 




7 


Davidson 


13 


21 


Duke 




24 


Georgetown 




22 


George Washington 




17 


Marshall 




23 


Miami 




6 


Navy 


11 


2 


North Carolina 


6 


12 


N. C.State 




8 


Penn State 




10 


Princeton 


4 


2 7 


South Carolina 


12 


19 


Virginia 


19 


11 


Wake Forest 


10 


6 


West Virginia 




18 


Wichita 




Junior 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

26 111 274 .405 86 124 .705 46 93-6 308 11.8 



Mickey immediately established himself as the point man in Coach Driesell's 
single guard offense. The scrappy guard from Berwyn Heights, Maryland could excel in 
the current Maryland offense. He will get the ball up court and in to the big men. 
Mickey played on one of the area's finest scholastic teams at nearby DeMatha but 
began his collegiate career at Georgia. He earned his letter at Georgia as a sophomore. 
After spending a year on the sidelines he earned his junior letter at Maryland last year 
as a starting guard. Mickey won numerous honors while playing for Morgan Wooten at 
DeMatha both local and national. The blond haired, blue eyed senior is a favorite of 
the Te'rrapin fans. 




55 
DICKSTOBAUGH 

6-7, 193, 20, Junior 
Burlington, New Jersey 



968-1969 




10 


8 


Clemson 




9 


Davidson 


9 


6 


Duke 







Georgetown 




2 


George Washington 




X 


Marshall 




X 


Miami 







Navy 


7 


11 


North Carolina 


4 


6 


N. C.State 




4 


Penn State 







Princeton 


X 





South Carolina 


5 


3 


Virginia 


6 


2 


Wake Forest 


2 


12 


West Virginia 




12 


Wichita 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

Freshman 16 125 304 .411 51 73 .699 145 61-5 301 18.8 

Sophomore 23 49 127 .386 50 27 .741 93 50 118 5.1 



Dick played in all but three games as a sophomore with his top games against West 
Virginia, Wichita and North Carolina. He scored 301 points as a freshman with an 18.8 
average. His 30-point game as a freshman was the team high for the season. Will be a 
backup man for Horst or Still. Dick achieved All-State honors in high school while 
playing for William Burr at Burlington High. He also lettered as an end in football in 
high and pitched a no-hitter for the baseball team. His high school team won the New 
Jersey State Championship. 



24 
SPARKY STILL 

6-5, 175, 19, Sophomore 
Runnemede, New Jersey 




Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
16 137 283 .484 41 58 .707 174 36 315 19.7 



Sparky had a fine freshman year and appears to have earned a starting role for the 
varsity in his sophomore season. He captained his high school basketball team and was 
voted MVP honors on both the basketball and cross-country teams. His top game as a 
freshman was a fine 26 point performance against the Georgetown freshmen. He scored 
in double figures in 13 of the 16 games and topped 20 in five games. He pulled in 20 
rebounds against the Bainbridge Navy team, the top performance by a freshman for the 
season. 



10 




53 

CHARLIE BLANK 

6-5, 175, 19, Sophomore 
Camden, New Jersey 



Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

16 109 231 .472 48 82 .585 192 52-1 266 16.6 



Charlie led the freshmen in scoring with a 19.7 average and 315 points. He threw 
in 30 points against the Bainbridge Navy team for his top performance and scored in 
double figures in each game. He scored over 20 in eight of the 16 games. Against 
Brandy wine Junior College he hit 10 of 12 shots from the floor. Charlie will start for 
the varsity as a sophomore. He is an education major. Charlie was accorded All-State 
honors in football (as an end) and Baseball (pitcher) and All-South Jersey honors in 
Basketball, while at St. Joe's High in Camden, New Jersey. He pitched a no-hitter in an 
All-Star game in high school and led his baseball to their league title. He captained all 
three teams in high. 



11 



32 
JAY FLOWERS 

6-3, 195, 18, Sophomore 
Rankin, Pennsylvania 




Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

16 134 267 .502 44 82 .537 156 48-3 310 19.4 



Jay scored 310 points for the freshmen last year, just five points behind the team 
leader Charlie Blank. Jay was a quarterback on the football team at Rankin High and 
won All-State honors there in basketball while playing for Paul Birch. The left-hander 
captained his basketball team for two years and the football team for one year in high 
school. He was president of his senior high school class and member of the National 
Honor Society. As a freshman he saved his best game for the final game of the season, a 
29 point performance against the Georgetown freshmen. He scored over 20 points in 
nine of the 16 freshman games, as they compiled a 1 2-4 record. 



12 




12 

HARVEY SANDERS 

6-0, 170, 1 9, Sophomore 
Great Neck, New York 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

Freshman 16 80 178 .449 22 34 .647 68 19 132 11.4 



Harvey in scoring 182 points for the freshmen was in double figures in 1 1 of the 
16 games. The journalism major was a quarterback of his high school football team and 
led his high school basketball as he achieved all-conference honors. His first game for 
the freshmen was his highest scoring performance as he threw in 22 points against the 
American University freshmen. 



13 



14 
STEVE NORMAN 

6-1, 165, 19, Sophomore 
Parkersburg, West Virginia 




Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

16 64 154 .416 23 36 .639 50 41-1 157 9.8 



Steve played his high school basketball for Robert Summers at Parkersburg, West 
Virginia High and was accorded All-State and High School Ail-American honors. He 
was also a quarterback on the football team in high and an outfielder on the baseball 
team. The Public Relations major was captain of his high school basketball team. His 
top game for the freshmen was a 20 point performance against the Loyola freshmen. 
He scored in double figures in half of the 16 games while compiling the 9.8 average. 



14 




10 

STEVE KEBECK 

6-0, 170, 20, Junior 
New York, New York 



Steve was one of the first players Coach Driesell recruited for Maryland. He is the 
backup man for Mickey Wiles on the point. The two years experience he picked up at 
Gardner Webb Junior College will help. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he now makes 
his home in Queens, New York. Steve is married and an accounting major. He was 
married just prior to enrolling at Maryland (Aug. 31). He played his high school 
basketball for Marvin Kessler at Martin Van Buren High in New York. While at Gardner 
Webb he led his team to conference and regional championships and was accorded 
All-Tournament honors in the regional championships. 



15 




Maryland's Cole Field House 

Lefty at work in his spacious office. 

The Cole Field House Court. 

Terp dressing rooms feature wall-to-wall 
carpeting and individual stalls. Note 
individual stools with name and number 

Dress room in addition to number on 
each stall has framed photograph of 
player hanging above. 




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1969-70 
Varsity Basketbal Roster 



NO NAME 

10 Steve Kebeck 

12 Harvey Sanders 

14 Steve Norman 

15 'Mickey Wiles 
20 Al Thomas 
24 Sparky Still 

30 Tommy Findreng 

32 Jay Flowers 

33 *Tom Milroy 
50 *Will Hetzel 

53 Charlie Blank 

54 *Rod Horst 

55 *Dick Stobaugh 

* Denotes Lettermen 

CAPTAIN: Tom Milroy 

COACHING STAFF: 

ASSISTANT: 

ASSISTANT: 

ASSISTANT: 



HGT 

6-0 

6-0 

6-1 

5-11 

6-2 

6-5 

6-4 

6-3 

6-3 

6-7 

6-8 

6-6 

6-7 



WGT 

170 
170 
165 
180 
198 
175 
185 
195 
200 
188 
208 
225 
193 



AGE 

20 
19 
19 
23 
20 
19 
21 
18 
22 
22 
19 
21 
20 



CLASS 

Jr. 

Soph. 

Soph. 

Sr. 

Jr. 

Soph. 

Jr. 

Soph. 

Sr. 

Sr. 

Soph. 

Sr. 

Jr. 



HOMETOWN 

Queens, New York 
Great Neck, N. Y. 
Parkersburg, West Va. 
Berwyn Heights, Md. 
Chapel Hill, Maryland 
Camden, New Jersey 
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 
Rankin, Pa. 
Richwood, West Va. 
Washington, D. C. 
Runnemede, N. J. 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Burlington, N. J. 



HEAD COACH: Charles "Lefty" Driesell (Duke '54) 
Jim Maloney (Niagara '59) 
George Raveling (Villanova '60) 
Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 



1969-70 
Freshman Basketball Roster 



No. 


Name 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Hometown 


High School 


12 


Tom Leonard 


6-0 


165 


Washington, D. C. 


Carroll 


13 


Howard White 


6-1 


165 


Hampton, Va. 


Kecoughtan 


20 


Jack Neal 


6-8 


230 


San Diego, Calif. 


Hoover 


24 


Bob Bodell 


6-4 


180 


Frankfort, Ky. 


Frankfort 


25 


Alvin Mercer 


5-8 


140 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


West Philadelphia 


33 


Darrell Brown 


6-5 


210 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Westinghouse 


40 


Tim Skelley 


6-4 


177 


San Diego, Calif. 


Hoover 


44 


Jim O'Brien 


6-7 


180 


Falls Church, Va. 


Stuart 


50 


Ron Roxburgh 


6-10 


166 


Washington, D. C. 


Carroll 



Coach: Jim Maloney (Niagara '59) 
Assistant: Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 



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TOMMY FINDRENG 

6-4, 185, 21, Junior 
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 

Freshman 

GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REBS 

16 56 136 .412 36 45 .800 73 

PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

48-3 148 9.3 

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n the back court and is a hard worker. 




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Terp Game by Game Scoring 1968-69 Varsity 



Penn State 

West VA. 

So. Carolina 

Princeton 

Wake Forest 

G.W.U. 

Marshall 

Miami 

Davidson 

Wichita 

Wake Forest 

N. CState 

S. Carolina 

Duke 

Clemson 

Virginia 

N. Carolina 

N. CState 

West. Va. 

Duke 

Navy 

Virginia 

N. Carolina 

Clemson 

Georgetown 

S. Carolina 



Hetzel 


Wiles 


27 


8 


13 


10 


19 


4 


13 


10 


14 


19 


14 


22 


16 


17 


27 


23 


19 


7 


28 


18 


21 


11 


25 


6 


24 


2 


34 


12 


34 


2 


17 


12 


19 


11 


30 


12 


17 


6 


23 


21 


37 


6 


22 


19 


26 


2 


33 


17 


20 


24 


33 


7 



Johnson 


Horst 


Milroy 


Wo 


4 


6 


14 


3 


10 


2 


18 


6 


17 


4 


4 


8 


10 





9 


10 


2 


6 


12 


14 


10 


14 


11 


12 


15 


9 


26 


6 





8 


17 


6 


6 


10 


9 


7 


11 


8 


16 


2 


3 


14 


5 


2 


10 


4 


14 


2 


12 


13 


2 


14 


6 


7 


8 


7 


11 


9 


9 


8 


10 


23 


X 


10 


5 


28 


3 


5 


16 


13 


4 





22 


24 


6 


1 


18 


8 


3 


4 


15 


5 





3 


12 


9 


4 


7 


28 


13 


6 





16 


10 








19 


7 





4 


12 


8 


5 


2 



Worthington Stobaugh 
4 
2 
x 

6 
2 



x 
9 

12 
2 
4 

9 

10 
5 
7 
6 

12 
6 

3 

11 
8 





Sullivan 


Warren 


X 





2 


2 


6 


5 


6 


5 


14 





14 


X 





X 


4 


X 


2 





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4 


5 





4 


X 


X 


2 


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8 








X 


3 


X 





X 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 





X 


9 


X 


4 


X 



INDIVIDUAL 1968 69 Varsity Season Highs 

Most Points: 37 by Will Hetzel vs Navy 

Most Field Goals: 1 5 by Will Hetzel vs Navy & South Carolina & Duke 

Most Free Throws Made: 12 by Mickey Wiles vs George Washington (14 attempts) 

12 by Tom Milroy vs Marshall (14 attempts) 
Most Field Goals Attempted: 30 by Will Hetzel vs Duke (made 15) 

30 by Will Hetzel vs South Carolina (made 15) 
Best Field Goal Pet.: .860 by Chuck Worthington vs South Carolina (6 of 7) 
Most Rebounds: 24 by Will Hetzel vs West Virginia (new Maryland record) 



TEAM 

Most Points: 99 vs George Washington 
Most Free Throws: 31 vs Duke 
Most Rebounds: 67 vs West Virginia 



Most Field Goals: 40 vs Duke 

Best FG Pet.: .570 vs Georgetown (31 of 54) 

Most FG Attempts: 91 vs South Carolina 



18 




TERP OPPONENTS 

Army 

Buffalo 

Clemson 

Delaware 

Duke 

Fordham 

Georgetown 

George Washington 

Maine 

Navy 

North Carolina 

North Carolina State 

Princeton 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

West Virginia 



UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY 
(ARMY) 

Dec. 19 - Cole Field House, 9:30 P.M. 

COACH: Robert M. Knight (Ohio State '62) 

Won 69 Lost 31 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 18 Lost 10 
CONFERENCE: Independent 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Col. A. J. Dielens, Jr. 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Robert J. Kinney 

Office (914)938-3303 

Home (914)561-2327 
NICKNAME: Cadets, Black Knights 
COLORS: Black, Gold, Gray 
ENROLLMENT: 3700 
LETTERMEN BACK: Jim Oxley 6-1, Mike Gyovai 6-5, 

Max Miller 6-5, Doug Clevenger 6-2, Tom Miller 6-5. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Dick Simmons 6-6, Wade Urban 6-1 , 

Mike Krzyzewski 6-1 , Dave Kremenak 6-2. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Tim Anderson 6-0, Dave Ralph 6-6, 

Ed Mueller 6-5, Wally Wojdakowski 6-4, Steve Lewis 6-4. 



Army Schedule 

December 
2-Lehigh 
6-Cornell 
12-13-Cable Car Classic 

San Francisco, Calif. 
16-Ohio Northern 
19— at Maryland 
20-G.W.U. at Maryland 
22-Maine 
29-30-Gator Bowl Tourn. 
January 

3— Fordham 
10-Colgate 
17— Manhattan 
19— Fairleigh Dickinson 
24-Penn State 
31 -at N.Y.U. 
February 

3— Rutgers 
7-at St. John's 
10-Coast Guard 
12-lona 
14— Rochester 
17-at Seton Hall 
21— at Syracuse 
28-Navy 



1968-69 Results 

58 Lehigh 52 

56 Cornell 49 

60 Temple (ot) 59 

62 Coast Guard 43 

64 St. Francis 33 

54 Bradley 52 

65 Kentucky 80 

42 Marquette 62 

60 Ohio Univ 68 

42 Princeton 51 

66 Seton Hall 81 

62 Dartmouth 48 

78 Fair. Dickinson ... 43 

64 Penn State 54 

71 Manhattan 52 

42 Fordham 52 

43 St. John's 65 

47 Rutgers 49 

72 Pittsburgh 47 

45 lona 33 

71 N.Y.U 64 

51 Navy 35 

73 Colgate 49 

59 Rochester 46 

51 Wyoming 49 

59 South Carolina ... 45 

61 Boston Coll 73 

52 Tennessee 64 




Bob Knight 



Jim Oxley 



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STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 
(BUFFALO) 

Dec. 1 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 



COACH: Dr. Leonard T. Serfustini (Buffalo '50) 

Won 193 Lost 93 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 12 Lost 9 
CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Lawrence A. Cappiello 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Richard E. Baldwin 

Office (716)831-2924 

Home (716)632-7227 
NICKNAME: Bulls 
COLORS: Royal Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 10,894 
LETTERMEN BACK: John 

5-10, Steve Waxman 6-5 

Kremblas 6-2, Steve Nelson 6-0. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Ed Eberle 6-2, Bob Nowak 6-2. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Ron Gilliam 5-9, Tony Ebner 6-7 



Vaughan 6-9, Jim Freeney 
John Scherrer 6-4, Roger 



Buffalo Schedule 

December 

1— at Maryland 

3— at Syracuse 
10— Toronto 
12— Western Ontario 
18-Ohio Northern 
20-at Wayne State 
27— at Auburn 
29-30-Wooster Classic 
January 

3-Colgate 
20-at Akron 
23-at Ithaca 
26-Rutgers 
31 -Ball State 
February 

2— at Binghamton 

4— at Niagara 

7— Northern Illinois 
13-at Colgate 
17-Buffalo State 
19-at Brockport State 
21— LeMoyne 
24-Stony Brook 
25-Albany 
28-at Rochester 




1968-69 Results 

62 Tennessee 87 

63 Brockport St 55 

81 -Toronto 37 

48 Akron 43 

72 Old Dominion ... 83 

66 Albany 59 

66 Penn St. (ot) 60 

70 Syracuse 76 

83 Wooster 64 

74 Wayne St 55 

75 Colgate 79 

76 Niagara 79 

88 Harpur 61 

85 Ithaca 66 

78 Buffalo St. (ot) ... 83 
62 LeMoyne 68 

79 N. Illinois 87 

92 Baltimore 82 

78 Rutgers 86 

85 Rochester 78 

62 Stony Brook 53 




Dr. Len Serfustini 



Ron Gilliam 



CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

Jan. 12 - at Clemson, 8:00 P.M. 
Feb. 23 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 

COACH: Bobby Roberts (Furman '53) 

Won 75 Lost 97 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 6 Lost 19 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Frank Howard 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Bob Bradley 

Office (803)654-4111 

Home (803)654-5419 
NICKNAME: Tigers 
COLORS: Purple & Orange 
ENROLLMENT: 6,838 
LETTERMEN BACK: John Coakley 6-2, Mike Faer 6-0, 

Dickie Foster 6-6, Paul Holzshu 6-5, Dave Thomas 6-1, 

Pete Weddell 6-6, Ron Yates 6A, Butch Zatezalo 5-11, 

Richie Mahaffey 6-7. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Curt Eckard 6-5, Trip Jones 6-4. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Jack Ross 6-5, Greg Latin 6-7. 



Clemson Schedule 




1968-69 Results 




December 


76 


Georgia Tech . . 


. 72 


4— Auburn 


85 


LSU 


86 


17— Alabama 


69 


North Carolina . 


. 90 


20-L.S.U. at Charlotte 


96 


Alabama 


74 


22-23-Sun Bowl Classic 


72 


Auburn 


9? 


January 


70 


Duke 


96 


7— at Georgia Tech 


72 


The Citadel .... 


73 


10— Virginia 


62 


South Carolina . 


. 77 


12— Maryland 


66 


Georgia Tech . . 


. 72 


15— North Carolina 


75 


Virginia 


8? 


17— at Furman 


78 


Maryland 


83 


19— Georgia Tech 


91 


Furman 


70 


22-at Florida St. 


95 


Furman 


8? 


24— Virginia Tech 


75 


Virginia Tech . . 


. 86 


26-South Carolina 


78 


N.C. State 


77 


28— Furman 


76 


Duke 


85 


31 -at N.C. State 


67 


Florida State . . 


. 70 


February 


79 


South Carolina . 


106 


4-Duke 


74 


N.C. State 


84 


7— at So. Carolina 


81 


North Carolina . 


107 


9-at Duke 


84 


Wake Forest . . . 


100 


13-UNCat Charlotte 


83 


Maryland 


84 


14-NCS at Charlotte 


92 


Virginia 


80 


18— at Wake Forest 


I04 


Wake Forest (2ot) 112 


21— at Virginia 


70 


North Carolina . 


. 94 


23-at Maryland 








28-Wake Forest 










Bobby Roberts 



Butch Zatezalo 



20 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 



Dec. 29 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 



COACH: Dan Peterson (Northwestern '58) 

Won 42 Lost 26 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 11 Lost 10 
CONFERENCE: Middle Atlantic 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: David M. Nelson 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: John M. Morris 

Office (302)738-2186 

Home (302) 368-4333 
NICKNAME: Fightin' Blue Hens 
COLORS: Blue and Gold 
ENROLLMENT: 8,000 
LETTERMEN BACK: Steve Jackson 6-4, Jim Couch 6-1, 

Loren Pratt 64, Ed Roth 6-7, John McMillen 6-5, Dan 

Carnevale 6-4, Dave Hottenstein 6-4. 
LETTERMEN LOST: NONE 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Ken Helfland 5-10, Nick Scogna 6-2, 

Bernie Lane 6-5. 



Delaware Schedule 

December 

1 -at West Chester 

6-Catholic Univ. 

9— Randolph-Macon 
11— Franklin & Marshall 
13-at Rutgers 
20-at Temple 
26-27-Milwaukee Classic 

29-at Maryland 
January 

3— Drexel 

7— at Lehigh 
10— Montclair State 
12-Bucknell 
14-at Rider 
24-West Chester 
28-at Drexel 
31 -at Lafayette 
February 

5-PMC Colleges 

7— at Gettysburg 
10— Lafayette 
14- Rider 
16-Albright 
18-Gettysburg 
21 -Lehigh 
24-at Bucknell 



1968-69 Results 

81 West Chester 62 

91 Lafayette (4ot) ... 89 

67 Lehigh 45 

39 Penn 58 

82 Bucknell 100 

58 Virginia Tech .... 79 

76 Wm. & Mary 82 

77 Cornell 93 

78 Drexel 60 

59 Lehigh 75 

74 PMC 62 

65 Lafayette 60 

62 Drexel 67 

63 Temple 75 

67 Gettysburg 82 

73 Rutgers 105 

77 West Chester 61 

84 Gettysburg 72 

85 F & M 58 

63 Bucknell 60 

95 Albright (ot) 85 




Dan Peterson 



Ed Roth 



DUKE UNIVERSITY 

Jan. 28 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 
Feb. 21 - Durham, N.C., 2:00 P.M. 

COACH: Bucky Waters (N.C. State '58) 
First Year 

1968-69 RECORD: Won 15 Lost 13 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: E.M.Cameron 

SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Dick Brusie 
Office (919)684-2633 
Home (919)489-2122 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

COLORS: Blue & White 

ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

LETTERMEN BACK: Randy Denton 6-10, Doug Jackson 
6-4, Tim Teer 6-3, Dick DeVenzio 5-10, Rick Katherman 
6-7, Glen Smiley 6-6, Ray Kuhlmeier 6-2, Brad Evans 
6-3, John Posen 6-2. 

LETTERMEN LOST: Steve Vandenberg 6-7, Fred Lind 
6-7, Warren Chapman 6-8, Dave Golden 6-0, C. B. Clai- 
borne 6-2. 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Larry Saunders 6-9, Don Blackmon 
6-6, Robby West 6-2, Stu Yarrough 6-4. 



Duke Schedule 




1 968 69 Results 




December 


87 


Virginia Tech . . 


. 76 


1-VPI at Greensboro 


86 


Alabama 


48 


6— Virginia 


81 


Princeton 


6? 


10— at Michigan 


80 


Michigan 


90 


13-William & Mary 


75 


Virginia 


81 


15— East Carolina 


63 


E. Tennessee . . . 


. 71 


19-20-Kentucky Invitational 


78 


Wake Forest . . . 


106 


23— W. Forest at Greensboro 


96 


Clemson 


70 


January 


73 


W. Kentucky . . 


. 72 


3-Penn State 


85 


Iowa 


8? 


7— Wake Forest 


70 


N. Carolina .... 


94 


10-at North Carolina 


85 


Wake Forest . . . 


. 81 


24-N.C. State 


96 


Maryland 


85 


28-at Maryland 


74 


N.C. State 


77 


31— South Carolina 


69 


Temple 


73 


February 


57 


S. Carolina .... 


64 


4— at Clemson 


85 


Clemson 


76 


7— W.Va. at Greensboro 


72 


S. Carolina .... 


8? 


9— Clemson 


93 


Maryland 


83 


11 -at Wake Forest 


122 


Wake Forest . . . 


. 93 


14-at South Carolina 


88 


West Virginia . . 


. 90 


19— at Davidson 


100 


Virginia 


81 


21— Maryland 


80 


Davidson (ot) . . 


. 88 


23-at Virginia 


73 


N.C. State 


88 


25-at N.C. State 


87 


N. Carolina 


81 


28-North Carolina 


99 




8R 




68 


S. Carolina . . . . 


59 




74 


N. Carolina . . . . 


85 




Bucky Waters 



Dick DeVenzio 



21 



FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 
Dec. 20 - Cole Field House, 9:30 P.M. 

COACH: Edward Conlin (Fordham '55) 

Won 1 7 Lost 9 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 17 Lost 9 
CONFERENCE: EC AC - Independent 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Peter A. Carlesimo 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Roger J. Hackett 

Office (212)933-2233X603 

Home (212)LU4-9667 
NICKNAME: Rams 
COLORS: Maroon 
ENROLLMENT: 12.000 

LETTERMEN BACK: John Burik 5-10, Robert Cassou 
J 6-3 Kenneth Crusius 6-4, Robert Kellert 6-4, William 

Mainor 6-0, Charles Yelverton 6-0, John Zanzalan 6-6 
LETTERMEN LOST: Frank McLaughlin 6-2, Patrick 

Raftery 6-3. Arthur Starrs 6-5. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Stephen Cain 6-0, Thomas Sullivan 

6-3, John Hamilton 6-1 , George Zambetti 6A. 



Fordham Schedule 

December 

3-at Yale 
6— at Syracuse 
10-at Seton Hall 
13-Rhode Island 
17— Columbia 
19-GWU at Maryland 
20-at Maryland 
26-at Evansville 
27— Evansville Tourn. 
January 

3-at Army 
7— at Notre Dame 
10-at Holy Cross 
21 -Massachusetts 
24— at Temple 
26— at Princeton 
28-at Navy 
31— Georgetown 
February 

3— Connecticut 
5- Detroit 
7-Boston College 
12-Niagara 
14-at St. John's 
21 -Rutgers 
26-N.Y.U. 
March 

5-Manhattan 



1968-69 Results 

81 Roanoke 68 

98 Yale 85 

77 Seton Hall 63 

77 Syracuse 62 

66 Connecticut 55 

73 Columbia 82 

60 Temple 72 

77 San Fran 64 

82 lona 70 

68 Rhode Island .... 56 

65 Notre Dame 84 

61 Holy Cross 59 

58 Georgetown 59 

82 Fairfield 70 

60 Mass 73 

65 St. Francis 61 

62 Army 42 

70 Boston Coll 105 

67 G.W.U 50 

46 St. John's 51 

66 Pittsburgh 44 

66 Rochester 57 

61 Rutgers 62 

71 N.Y.U 63 

85 Manhattan 75 

70 Louisville 73 



GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 
Feb. 7 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 

COACH: Jack Magee (Boston Coll. '59) 

Won 35 Lost 35 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 12 Lost 12 
CONFERENCE: Independent 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Robert H. Sigholtz 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Keith Moore 

Office (202)625-4182 

Home (703) 573-7052 
NICKNAME: Hoyas 
COLORS. Blue & Gray 
ENROLLMENT: 7,600 
LETTERMEN BACK: Jerry Pyles 6-5, Don Weber 5-8, 

Dick Zeitler 5-11, Tim Mercier 5-11, Paul Favonte 6-8, 

Jim Higgins 6-0, Bob Hannan 6-3, Mike Laska 5-11, Ed 

McNamara 6-5, Charlie Adrion 6-6. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Jim Supple 6-5. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Mike Laughna 6-7, Art White 6-5, 

Mark Mitchell 6-8. 



Georgetown Schedule 

December 

2— American Univ. 
6-at Randolph-Macon 
9-William & Mary 
11-Loyola (Md) 
13-at Navy 
15— St. John's 
18— at Jacksonville 
20-at Fla. State 
29-30- Kodak Classic 
January 

2— Holy Cross 
8— George Washington 
10-at Seton Hall 
14-at St. Joseph's 
17— Columbia 
31 -at Fordham 
February 

4— Fair. Dickinson 
7-at Maryland 
12-N.Y.U. 
14- Rutgers 
17-at Boston Coll. 
21— Catholic Univ. 
23-Fairfield 
26-at Manhattan 
28-Pehn State 



1968-69 Results 

94 Loyola 74 

85 American Univ. . . 76 

79 Randolph-Macon . 71 

73 G.W.U. lot) 74 

61 St. John's 74 

70 Navy 55 

63 Manhattan 57 

69 Seton Hall 57 

50 Penn State (ot) ... 52 

67 Holy Cross 73 

62 Columbia 103 

59 Fordham 58 

62 Fair. Dickinson ... 60 

76 Fairfield 72 

62 Catholic Univ. ... 59 

84 Wm. & Mary (2ot) 90 

77 Xavier 63 

67 N.Y.U 87 

72 Rutgers 85 

66 Boston Coll 72 

57 St. Anselm's 56 

74 G.W.U 112 

45 St. Joseph's 54 

78 Maryland 83 




Ed Conlin 



William Mainor 



Jack Magee 



Art White 



22 



THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 



Dec. 3 - Fort Meyer Gym, 8:30 P.M. 

COACH: Wayne Dobbs (Oglethorpe '61) 

Won 19 Lost 30 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 14 Lost 1 1 
CONFERENCE: Southern 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Robert K. Faris 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Doug Gould 

Office (202) 676-6654 

Home (301)656-3195 
NICKNAME: Colonials 
COLORS: Buff and Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 14,500 
LETTERMEN BACK: Ralph Barnett 6- 

Mike Tallent 6-1, Harold Rhyne 6-3, 

John Conrad 6-10, Walt Szczerbiak 6-5. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Bob Tallent 6-1, Steve 

5-10, Francis Mooney 6-8, Roger Strong 6-5. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Ronnie Nunn 6-3, Len Baltimore 6-6, 

Maurice Johnson 6-5. 



-2, Bill Knorr 6-7, 
John Powers 6-4, 



Loveless 



G.W.U. Schedule 

December 

1— Baltimore Univ. 

3— Maryland 

6-V.M.I. 

9— at Northwestern 
13— at West Virginia 
16-at Wm. & Mary 
19-Fordham at Md. 
20- Army at Md. 
30-Wm. & Mary 
January 

3— East Carolina 

6— at Davidson 

8— at Georgetown 
10-at Pittsburgh 
24-at The Citadel 
27— at Temple 
31 -West Virginia 
February 

2-at V.M.I. 

4— at Navy 

7— Penn State 
10— at Richmond 
12— American Univ. 
14— at Furman 
17— Virginia 
21— Davidson 
26-38-Southern Conf. 




I 
Wayne Dobbs 



1968-69 Results 

101 The Citadel 91 

97 Richmond 93 

98 Virginia 84 

83 V.M.I 72 

74 Georgetown (ot) . 73 

82 Wm. & Mary 72 

96 Maryland 99 

83 East Carolina ... 88 

60 L.I.U 69 

96 Canisius 74 

81 West Virginia . . 100 

92 Furman 74 

92 Pittsburgh 68 

75 Wm. & Mary 77 

74 Davidson 94 

88 West Virginia ... 98 

74 Navy 73 

98 Davidson 126 

70 East Carolina ... 69 

50 Fordham 67 

84 The Citadel 53 

86 V.M.I 90 

112 Georgetown .... 74 

90 The Citadel 73 

79 East Carolina ... 84 



UNIVERSITY OF MAINE 



Jan. 24 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 

COACH: Gilbert Philbrick (Maine '55) 

Won 1 Lost 1 3 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 10 Lost 1 3 
CONFERENCE: Yankee 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Harold Westerman 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Len Harlow 

Office (207) 866-7376 

Home (207)945-5221 
NICKNAME: Black Bears 
COLORS: Blue & White 
ENROLLMENT: 8,000 
LETTERMEN BACK: Bob Chandler 6-5, Marshall Todd 

6-0. Richard Blake 6-4, Mike Hanson 5-11, Carroll Lee 

5-8. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Hugh Campbell 6-4, Jim Stephenson 

6-3, Mike McGuire 5-9. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Craig Randall 6-5, Dominic Susi 6-5, 

Bill Haynes 6-6, Paul Bessy 5-10. 



Maine Schedule 




1968-69 Results 




December 


80 


New Hampshire 


. 98 


1— at Vermont 


62 


Assumption . . . 


. 74 


6— at Rhode Island 


81 


Northeastern 


. 86 


10-Bates 


101 


Rhode Island . . 


111 


12— American Int. 


125 


New Hampshire 


. 86 


20-at Hofstra 


81 


Massachusetts . . 


106 


22-at Army 


76 


Muhlenberg . . . 


101 


January 


63 


East Stroudsburg 


67 


5— Connecticut 


106 


Bates 


78 


7-New Hampshire 


47 


Vermont 


46 


10— Vermont 


78 


Vermont 


83 


13-at New Hamp. 


68 


American Int. . . 


103 


24— at Maryland 


83 


Boston Univ. . . 


. 92 


27-at The Citadel 


112 


Bates 


91 


29-at Stetson 


93 


Brandeis 


85 


31-at Fla. Southern 


116 


Connecticut . . . 


. 88 


February 


87 


Colby 


81 


4— at Bates 


85 


Rhode Island . . 


. 81 


7— at Connecticut 


84 


Connecticut . . . 


. 70 


11 -Colby 


87 


Bowdoin 


102 


14-Rhode Island 


66 


Massachusetts . . 


. 91 


18— at Bowdoin 


80 


Bowdoin 


83 


21 —Massachusetts 


109 


Colby 


87 


25-at Colby 








28-at Mass. 








March 








3— Boston Univ. 








5— Bowdoin 










UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 
(NAVY) 

Jan. 14 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 

COACH: Dave Smalley (USNA '57) 

Won 24 Lost 35 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 7 Lost 14 
CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Capt. J. O. Coppedge, USN 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: L. Budd Thalman 

Office (301)268-7711 X 2376 or 2377 

Home (301)267-7116 
NICKNAME: Midshipmen 
COLORS: Navy Blue & Gold 
ENROLLMENT: 4,200 
LETTERMEN BACK: Jack Conrad 6-0, Scott Semko 6-1, 

John Seeley 6-6, Bill Parks 6-5, Rick Buff 6-2. 
LETTERMEN LOST: John Tolmie 6-3, Chuck Provini 

5-10. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Bob Perry 6-4, Bob Kenny 6-7. 



Navy Schedule 

December 

3-V.M.I. 
6— at Pennsylvania 
10— Fair. Dickinson 
13— Georgetown 
17— Princeton 
19-20- Kentucky Invitational 
29-31-East Carolina Classic 
January 

6— at Harvard 
8-Gettysburg 
10- Washington & Lee 
14-at Maryland 
17-Temple 
28-Fordham 
31 -at Virginia 
February 

4— George Washington 
7-Manhattan 
11— Baltimore Univ. 
14-Penn State 
18— at American Univ. 
21-N.Y.U. 
28-at Army 



1968-69 Results 

70 Harvard 58 

55 Pennsylvania 54 

81 American Univ. . . 65 

55 Princeton (ot) .... 56 

55 ' Georgetown 70 

49 N. C.State 86 

67 Washington 63 

68 Temple 92 

58 Virginia 84 

47 Air Force 73 

69 Wash. & Lee 70 

87 Baltimore Univ. . . 67 

71 Gettysburg 80 

81 N.Y.U. (2ot) 85 

73 G.W.U 74 

57 Penn State 61 

72 Maryland 68 

54 Manhattan 53 

57 Mass. (ot) 61 

69 Old Dominion ... 84 

35 Army 51 




UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Jan. 31 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 
Feb. 18 - Chapel Hill, N.C., 8:00 P.M. 

COACH: Dean Smith (Kansas '53) 

Won 147 Lost 60 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 27 Lost 5 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Homer Rice 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Jack Williams 

Office (919)933-2123 

Home (919)929-5557 
NICKNAME: Tar Heels 
COLORS: Carolina Blue & White 
ENROLLMENT: 16,800 
LETTERMEN BACK: Charlie Scott 6-6, Eddie Fogler 6-0, 

Jim Delany 6-0, Lee Dedmon 6-10, Dave Chadwick 6-7. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Rusty Clark 6-10, Bill Bunting 6-8, 

Dick Grubar 6-4, Joe Brown 6-5, Gerald Tuttle 5-1 1. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Dennis Wuycik 6-5, Steve Previs 6-2, 

Bill Chamberlain 6-5, Craig Corson 6-9. 

North Carolina Schedule 1968-69 Results 

December 89 Oregon 78 

1-Fla. Southern 106 Oregon 73 

3-Mercer 87 Kentucky 77 

8-Kentucky at Charlotte 100 Vanderbilt 78 

13-Fla. State at Greensboro 90 Clemson 69 

16— at Virginia 94 Virginia 67 

20-at Tulane 69 Villanova 61 

22-at Rice 70 St. John's 72 

29-30-Carolina Classic 103 Princeton 76 

January 94 Duke 70 

3-Rice at Charlotte 83 N.C. State 63 

5-at So. Carolina 99 Virginia Tech ... 77 

7-at N.C. State 101 Georgia Tech ... 70 

10-Duke 94 Wake Forest .... 89 

15-at Clemson 101 Maryland 87 

17-Wake Forest 99 Virginia 76 

28-Athletes in Action 84 Wake Forest .... 76 

31-at Maryland 100 Fla. State 82 

February 85 N.C. State 62 

3— Virginia 66 South Carolina . . 68 

5-at Wake Forest 107 Clemson 81 

9-N.C. State 88 Maryland 86 

13-Clemson at Charlotte 106 The Citadel 59 

14-Georgia Tech at Charlotte 68 South Carolina .. 62 

18-Maryland 81 Duke 87 

21 -South Carolina 94 Clemson 70 

25-Virginia Tech 80 Wake Forest .... 72 

28-at Duke 85 Duke 74 

79 Duguesne 78 

87 Davidson 85 

65 Purdue 92 

84 Drake 104 



Dave Smalley 



Scott Semko 





Dean Smith 



Charlie Scott 



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NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Jan. 3 - Greensboro, N.C., 7:00 P.M. 
Feb. 4 -Raleigh, N.C., 8:00P.M. 

COACH: Norman Sloan (N.C. State '5 1 ) 

Won 38 Lost 39 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 15 Lost 10 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Frank Weedon 

Office (919)755-2102 

Home (919)828-5070 
NICKNAME: Wolfpack 
COLORS: Red and White 
ENROLLMENT: 12.600 
LETTERMEN BACK: Vann Williford 

Rick Anheuser 6-6, Al Heartley 6 

Jim Risinger 6- 1 



6, Dan Wells 6-6, 

Doug Tilley 6-7, 



LETTERMEN LOST: 

Nelson Isley 6-4. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: 
Renaldo Lovisa 6-8 



Dick Braucher 6-4, Joe Serdick 6-4, 
Paul Coder 6-9, Ed Leftwich 6-5, 



N.C. State Schedule 

December 

1-at Wm. & Mary 

6-The Citadel 

8— Atlantic Christian 
13-at V.P.I. 

15-Am. Athletes in Action 
17— Auburn 
22-at Vanderbilt 
26-27-Triangle Classic 
January 

2— Virginia at Greensboro 

3— Maryland at Greensboro 

7— North Carolina 
10-at Wake Forest 
15— East Carolina 
24-at Duke 
26— American Univ. 
31— Clemson 
February 

4— Maryland 

7— at Virginia 

9-at North Carolina 
13-Georgia Tech at Charlotte 
14— Clemson at Charlotte 
18— South Carolina 
21— Wake Forest 
25- Duke 
28— at South Carolina 




1968-69 Results 

82 Atlantic Christian . 75 

61 N.Y.U 49 

62 Indiana 77 

54 Kansas State 66 

69 Rice 58 

86 Navy 49 

69 Wake Forest 67 

59 Vanderbilt 65 

95 Virginia 80 

85 Maryland 69 

63 North Carolina ... 83 
79 Wake Forest 88 

76 Jacksonville 72 

77 Duke 74 

84 The Citadel 65 

77 Clemson 78 

86 Maryland 81 

66 Virginia 62 

62 North Carolina ... 85 

84 Clemson 74 

35 South Carolina ... 45 

49 Wake Forest 52 

88 Duke 73 

67 South Carolina ... 64 
73 Wake Forest 81 




Norman Sloan 



PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 



Dec. 10 - Princeton, 8:00 P.M. 



Lost 7 

Kenneth Goheen 
William Stryker 



COACH: Pete Carill (Lafayette '52) 

Won 39 Lost 13 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 19 
CONFERENCE: Ivy League 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: R. 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: 

Office (609)452-3601 

Home (201)359-6522 
NICKNAME: Tigers 
COLORS: Orange & Black 
ENROLLMENT: 3,500 
LETTERMEN BACK: John Arbogast 6-2, James Bright 

6-4, Scott Early 6-7, John Hummer 6-7, Dominic Michel 

6-1, Eric Neuman 6-3, Geoffrey Petrie 6-3, William 

Sickler 6-3, Edmund Stanczak 6-2. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Chris Thomforde 6-9. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Reg Bird 6-1, Carey Bond 6-6, Gerry 

Couzens 6-7, Al Dufty 6-5, Bob Ryder 6-4, Tim Wright 

5-11, Jim Wright 6-6. 



Princeton Schedule 

December 

4-at N.Y.U. 

6— Villanova 
10-Maryland 
13— at Pennsylvania 
17— at Navy 
27-29-Bruin Classic 

31-at Michigan 
January 

3— Rutgers 

5— Pennsylvania 

9— Harvard 
10-Dartmouth 
13-Penn State 
24— at Davidson 
26-Fordham 
30-at Cornell 
31— at Columbia 
February 

6— at Dartmouth 

7— at Harvard 
13— Brown 
14-Yale 
20-at Brown 
21 -at Yale 
27-Cornell 
28-Columbia 




f'» ** >) 




1968-69 Results 

54 Villanova 64 

62 Duke 81 

72 Maryland 63 

56 Navy (ot) 55 

60 Rutgers 61 

88 N.Y.U 76 

67 Holy Cross 55 

67 UCLA 83 

76 North Carolina . . 103 

59 Pennsylvania 56 

51 Army 42 

70 Dartmouth 55 

73 Harvard 62 

54 Davidson 71 

74 Pennsylvania 62 

76 Harvard 65 

61 Dartmouth 50 

68 Columbia 49 

67 Cornell 57 

67 Yale 56 

75 Brown 56 

72 Yale 53 

74 Brown 46 

60 Columbia 59 

74 Cornell 64 

63 St. John's 72 



Vann Williford Pete Carill 

25 




UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA 

Dec. 15 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 
Jan. 10 -Columbia, 8:00 P.M. 

COACH: Frank McGuire (St. John's '36) 

Won 69 Lost 51 (5 years) 

Overall Won 336 Lost 144 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 21 Lost 7 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Paul Dietzel 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Tom Price 

Office (803) 777-4277 

Home (803) 787-2395 
NICKNAME: Gamecocks 
COLORS: Garnet & Black 
ENROLLMENT: 15,500 
LETTERMEN BACK: John Roche 6-2, Bobby Cremins 

6-2, Tommy Terry 6-2, Dennis Powell 6-0, Tom Owens 

6-10, Gene Spencer 6-8, Corky Carnevale 6-3, John 

Ribock 6-8, Billy Walsh 6-0. 
LETTERMEN LOST: NONE 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Tom Riker 6-10, Bob Carver 6-2. 



Carolina Schedule 



December 


51 


1— at Auburn 


68 


6— Tennessee 


79 


8— Erskine 


70 


10— at East Carolina 


75 


13— at Virginia 


55 


15-at Maryland 


86 


18-at L.I.U. 


64 


29-30-Sugar Bowl Tourn. 


62 


January 


77 


5— North Carolina 


69 


10-IVIaryland 


78 


12— Virginia 


76 


24— at Furman 


64 


26-at Clemson 


73 


28-V.P.I. 


90 


31 -at Duke 


82 


February 


106 


4— at Temple 


68 


7— Clemson 


45 


9— Wake Forest 


63 


11— Davidson 


86 


14-Duke 


62 


18-at N. C.State 


64 


21 -at North Carolina 


92 


23-at Wake Forest 


59 


28-N. C.State 


72 




45 




1968-69 Results 

Auburn 49 

Wake Forest .... 63 

Maryland 67 

Virginia 86 

East Carolina ... 61 

Davidson 62 

Rhode Island ... 68 
St. Joseph's .... 58 

LaSalle 59 

Clemson 62 

Maryland 67 

Erskine 61 

Fla. State 87 

Duke 57 

Wake Forest .... 62 

Furman 67 

Duke 72 

Clemson 79 

North Carolina . . 66 

N.C. State 35 

Furman 53 

Virginia 70 

North Carolina . . 68 

N.C. State 67 

Maryland 71 

Duke 68 

So. Illinois 63 

Army 59 




Frank McGuire 



John Roche 



UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

Feb. 11 - Charlottesville, 8:00 P.M. 
Feb. 28 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 

COACH: Bill Gibson (Penn State '52) 

Won 5 1 Lost 97 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 10 Lost 15 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Steve Sebo 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Barney Cooke 

Office (703)924-3011 

Home (703)293-6791 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers 
COLORS: Orange & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 9,000 

LETTERMEN BACK: Chip Case 6-3, Kevin Kennelly 5-11. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Mike Wilkes 6-5, John Gidding 6-7, 

Norm Carmichael 6-9, Tony Kinn 6-0, John English 6-2, 

Bill Fulton 6-4. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Frank DeWitt 6-5, Scott McCandlish 

6-9, Chip Miller 6-1 , Tim Rash 6-0. 



Virginia Schedule 

December 

1— at Georgia Tech 

6— at Duke 

9— at Pennsylvania 

10-V.M.I. 

13— South Carolina 

16-North Carolina 

19-20-Big Five Tourn. 

January 

2— N.C. State at Greensboro 

3— Wake Forest at Greensboro 

7— Virginia Tech 
10— at Clemson 
12-at South Carolina 
15— at Wake Forest 
29-at Wm. & Mary 
31 -Navy 
February 

3— at North Carolina 

7-N. C.State 
1 1— Maryland 
17— at George Washington 
21— Clemson 
23-Duke 
28-at Maryland 



1968-69 Results 

113 Richmond 92 

84 George Wash. ... 98 

81 Duke 75 

86 So. Carolina .... 70 

67 No. Carolina .... 94 

90 Richmond 77 

74 V.P.I 85 

90 Air Force 85 

88 E. Carolina 79 

61 Baylor 79 

80 N.C. State 95 

66 Wake Forest .... 90 

84 Navy 68 

82 Clemson 75 

61 St. John's 77 

78 Maryland 77 

76 No. Carolina .... 99 

62 N.C. State 66 

64 V.P.I 68 

84 Maryland 78 

81 Duke 100 

70 So. Carolina .... 86 

90 Clemson 92 

84 Wake Forest .... 87 

86 Duke 99 





Bill Gibson 



Chip Case 



26 



WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

Dec. 13 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 
Jan. 2 - Greensboro, 9:00 P.M. 

COACH: Jack McCloskey (Penn '48) 

Won 32 Lost 48 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 18 Lost 9 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Eugene Hooks 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Dick Barkley 

Office (919) 725-9711 X412 

Home (919)725-3127 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
COLORS: Gold and Black 
ENROLLMENT: 3,710 
LETTERMEN BACK: Dan Ackley 6-8, 

Larry Habegger 6-7, Tom Lynch 5-1 1 

6-7, Neil Pastuchek 6-4, Bob Rhoads 6-3 

mann 6-3, Dickie Walker 6-3. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Jerry Montgomery 6-0, Jay Randall 

6-1. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: John Lewkowicz 6-1, Bob Hook 6A, 

Rich Halbegger 6-5. 



Charles Davis 6-1 , 

Gilbert McGregor 

Norwood Tod- 



Wake Forest Schedule 

December 

1 -Ohio State 

6— at Auburn 
10— Appalachian 
13-at Maryland 
17— East Carolina 
23— Duke at Greensboro 
27-30-Quaker City Tourn. 
January 

2— Virginia at Greensboro 

3— Maryland at Greensboro 

7-at Duke 
10- N.C. State 
15— Virginia 
17-at North Carolina 
31— Davidson 
February 

5— North Carolina 

7— Fla. Southern 

9— at South Carolina 
1 1-at Duke 
14-at V.P.I. 
18— Clemson 
21 -at N.C. State 
23— South Carolina 
28-at Clemson 



1968-69 Results 

88 Fla. Southern ... 72 

63 South Carolina . . 68 

87 Temple 86 

110 Baldwin-Wallace . 83 

95 Maryland 87 

98 Wm. & Mary .... 58 

106 Duke 78 

81 Washington 70 

67 N.C. State 69 

93 Maryland 71 

90 Virginia 66 

81 Duke 85 

88 N.C. State 79 

82 Davidson 90 

89 North Carolina . . 94 
62 South Carolina . . 73 
76 North Carolina . . 84 

79 V.P.I 71 

93 Duke 122 

105 American Univ. . 81 

100 Clemson 84 

52 N.C. State 49 

87 St. Joseph's .... 77 

112 Clemson 104 

87 Virginia 84 

81 N.C. State 73 

72 North Carolina . . 80 




Jack McCloskey 



Charles Davis 



WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

Jan. 7 - Cole Field House, 8:15 P.M. 
Feb. 25 - Morgantown, 8:05 P.M. 

COACH: Sonny Moran (Morris Harvey '50) 

First Year 
1968-69 RECORD: Won 13 Lost 14 
CONFERENCE: Independent 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Robert "Red" Brown 
SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR: Ben Lusk 

Office (304)293-2821 

Home (304) 599-2508 
NICKNAME: Mountaineers 
COLORS: Old Gold & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 15,000 
LETTERMEN BACK: Bob Hummell 6-3, Skip Kintz 6-5, 

Larry Woods 6-5, Dick Ramsey 6-3, Mark Dawson 6-0 

Mike Tryell 6-7. 
LETTERMEN LOST: Wayne Grimm 6-2, Carey Bailey 6-5, 

Greg Ludwig 6-6, Larry Seafert 6-5. 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Curtis Price 6-1, Wil Robinson 6-1, 

Mike Heitz 7-0. 



West Virginia Schedule 

December 

1— at Kentucky 

3-Wm. & Mary 

6— Richmond 

9-St. John's 
13— George Washington 
29-30-Sugar Bowl Tourn. 
January 

3-at Wm. & Mary 

7— at Maryland 
10— at Davidson 
14-at Pittsburgh 
17-Florida 
19-at Ohio State 
21 -at Penn State 
24— Hawaii 
27— Davidson 
31— at George Washington 
February 

4-V.P.I. at Charleston 

7— at Duke 
1 1 — Furman 
14— Syracuse 
18-Penn State 
21 -at Notre Dame 
25-Maryland 
28-at V.P.I. 
March 

3-Pittsburgh 




1968-69 Results 

82 East Carolina ... 75 
89 Wm. & Mary 74 

86 Maryland 65 

81 V.P.I 70 

79 Richmond 80 

56 UCLA 95 

58 Santa Clara 72 

89 Sub Pac 84 

60 Arizona 77 

100 George Wash. 81 

75 Wm. & Mary 71 

68 V.M.I 65 

71 Davidson 102 

84 V.M.I 87 

62 St. John's 91 

62 Penn State 64 

87 Pittsburgh 90 

98 George Wash. 88 

79 Davidson 94 

84 Maryland 91 

89 Pittsburgh 69 

90 Duke 88 

86 Richmond 78 

67 Penn State 81 

83 Syracuse 95 

82 V.P.I 77 

57 Florida 75 




Sonny Moran 



Bob Hummell 



27 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS 



Single Game — Team 

MOST POINTS: 107 against George Washington (Jan. 1966) in 

Cole Field House 

107 against West Virginia (Feb. 1966) in Cole 

Field House 
FEWEST POINTS: 15 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 (15-59) 
MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 107 by North Carolina, Feb. 

1969(107-87) 
FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 12 by Navy. 1926 (12-21) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 199 by Maryland & West Vir- 
ginia Feb. 1966 (Md. 107 - W.Va. 92) 
FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 33 by Maryland & Navy, 

1926 (Md. 21 - Navy 12) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 42 against George Washington, Jan. 1966 in 

Cole Field House 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENTS: 6 by Navy, 1926 
MOST FREE THROWS: 40 against North Carolina in ACC Tourna- 
ment final 1958 (52 attempts) 
FEWEST FREE THROWS: 2 against Virginia, Jan. 1944 (7 at- 
tempts) 
MOST FREE THROWS BY OPPONENT: 40 by Clemson, Jan. 

1968, (53 attempts) 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 57 against North Carolina, Jan. 

1953, (made 36) 
FEWEST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 7 against Virginia, Jan. 

1944 (made 2) 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY. OPPONENT: 51 by North 

Carolina, Jan. 1964 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 91 against South Carolina, 

March 1969 (made 30) 
FEWEST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 29 against Virginia, Feb. 

1960 (made 18) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 74 against Penn State, Dec. 1964 
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 Washington, Jan. 1962 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .926 against Clemson, Feb. 

1962(25-27) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .630 against West Virginia, 

Jan. 1967 (34-54) 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 40 points against Clemson, Dec. 

1953(81-41) 

40 points against South Carolina, March 1959 (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) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 16 by Gene Shue against Wash. & Lee, Feb. 

1953(34att.) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 16 by Tom Young against Wake Forest, 

Dec. 1957 (18 att.) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 24 by Will Hetzel against West Virginia, Feb. 

1969) 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 19 by Bob Kessler against 

Michigan State, Dec. 1955 (11) 

19 by Gene Shue against Wash. & Lee, Feb. 1954 (13) 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 34 by Gene Shue against Wash. 

& Lee, Feb. 1953(16) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS: 14 by Jerry Greenspan 

against Minnesota, Dec. 1961 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 9 by Nick Davis against 

South Carolina, March 1958 
BEST FREE THROW PCT. : 1 ,000 (ONLY 1 or more listed) 

Jerry Greenspan against Minnesota 1961 14-14 

LeeBrawley against North Carolina 1951 13-13 

Bill Stasiulatis against Wake Forest 1961 12-12 

Lee Brawley against North Carolina 1951 12-12 

Bob Kessler against George Washington 1956 12-12 



Jerry Bechtle against North Carolina 1960 10-10 

Tom Milroy against Penn State 1968 10-10 

BEST FIELD GOAL PCT. 1,000 (ONLY more than five listed) 

Gary Williams vs South Carolina, Dec. 1966 8-8 

Jack Clark vs South Carolina, Jan. 1964 6-6 

MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT. 21 by Bernie 
Janiciki of Wake Forest, 1953 (15) 
21 by Pete Brennan of North Carolina, 1958 (15) 

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

Season Records — Team 

MOST POINTS: 2049 in 1968-69 (26 games) 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 78.8 in 1968-69 (2049 points in 
26 games) 

HIGHEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE: 84.1 in 1968-69 
(2188 points in 26 games) 

MOST OPPONENTS POINTS: 2188 in 1968-69 (26 games) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 782 in 1968-69 (1842 attempts in 26 
games) 

MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 1842 in 1968-69 (made 782) 

MOST FREE THROWS MADE: 590 in 1957-58 (29 games 858 
attempts) 

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: 858 in 1957-58 (made 590 
in 29 games) 

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .459 in 1965-66 (1535 at- 
tempts-made 705 in 25 games) 

LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .346 in 1951-52 

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .747 in 1959-60 (534 at- 
tempts-made 399 in 23 games) 

LOWEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .617 in 1952-53 

HIGHEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS: 11.5 in 
1957-58 (29 games-69.1 to 57.6) 

BEST REBOUND PERCENTAGE: .585 in 1954-55 

BEST REBOUND AVERAGE: 49.1 in 1954-55 

MOST REBOUNDS: 1178 in 1954-55 

MOST PERSONAL FOULS: 579 in 1951-52 

FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS: 378 in 1966-67 

Season Records — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 654 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 237 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 180 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 336 by Bob Kessler 1956-57 (24 games) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT: .621 bv Rick Wise, 1965-66 (25 games, 

140 att-made 87) 
BEST FREE THROW PCT: .873 by Bob McDonald 1960-61 (26 

games 69 of 79) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 23.3 by Will Hetzel 1968-69 (26 

games 605 pts) 
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 



CAREER RECORDS 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 1397 by Gene Shue in 1951-54 (75 

games) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 18.6 by Gene Shue, in 1951-54 (75 

games 1397 points) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 504 by Gene Shue in 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 

(504FG-1074FGA) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .773 by Bruce Kelleher in 

1959-62 (68 games 198 FTM-256 FTA) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 849 by Bob Kessler in 1953-56 (78 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 82 by Bob 

O'Brien in 1955-56 (last five in opening game of 1956 season) 



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All-Time 
HIGH SCORING GAMES 



107 


George Washington 


81 


1965-66 


99 


South Carolina 


59 


1957-58 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


1965-66 


99 


George Washington 


96 


1968-69 


103 


Yale 


80 


1959-60 











1968 - 69 VARSITY RESULTS 



MD. 


OPPONENT 




LOCATION 


ATTENDANCE 


66 


Penn State 


56 


College Park 


7,500 


65 


West Virginia 


86 


Morgantown 


6,500 


67 


South Carolina 


79 


Columbia 


12,131 


63 


Princeton 


72 


College Park 


5,500 


87 


Wake Forest 


95 


Winston-Salem 


6,800 


99 


George Washington 


96 


College Park 


6,800 


89 


Marshall 


80 


Huntington 


4,000 


85 


Miami 


92 


Huntington 


3,700 


69 


Davidson 


83 


Charlotte 


3,000 


95 


Wichita 


83 


Charlotte 


3,100 


71 


Wake Forest 


93 


Greensboro 


3,000 


69 


N. C.State 


85 


Greensboro 


2,908 


67 


South Carolina 


69 


College Park 


4,500 


85 


Duke 


96 


Durham 


8,500 


83 


Clemson 


78 


College Park 


3,200 


77 


Virginia 


78 


College Park 


7,400 


87 


North Carolina 


107 


Chapel Hill 


8,800 


81 


N. C.State 


86 


College Park 


7,200 


91 


West Virginia 


84 


College Park 


7,400 


83 


Duke 


93 


College Park 


6,800 


68 


Navy 


72 


Annapolis 


3,000 


78 


Virginia 


84 


Charlottesville 


3,000 


86 


North Carolina 


88 


College Park 


10,200 


84 


Clemson 


83 


Clemson 


3,300 


83 


Georgetown 


78 


Washington 


2,100 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


Charlotte 

WON 
At Home 4-6 


1 1 ,666 

8 LOST 16 
Away 4-12 ACC 



Md. High Scorer Md. Top Rebounder 



Hetzel 


27 


Milroy 


18 


Hetzel 


19 


Hetzel 


13 


Wiles 


19 


Wiles 


22 


Milroy 


26 


Hetzel 


27 


Hetzel 


19 


Hetzel 


28 


Hetzel 


21 


Hetzel 


25 


Hetzel 


24 


Hetzel 


34 


Hetzel 


34 


Horst 


23 


Horst 


28 


Hetzel 


30 


Horst 


24 


Hetzel 


23 


Hetzel 


37 


Hetzel 


22 


Johnson 


28 


Hetzel 


33 


Wiles 


24 


Hetzel 


33 



Hetzel 


15 


Hetzel 


14 


Hetzel 


8 


Johnson 


8 


Hetzel 


8 


Horst 


11 


Hetzel 


14 


Hetzel 


16 


Hetzel 


19 


Hetzel 


14 


Horst 


15 


Horst 


12 


Hetzel 


7 


Horst 


14 


Hetzel 


14 


Hetzel 


12 


Hetzel 


14 


Horst 


10 


Horst 


6 


Hetzel 


24 


Hetzel 


17 


Hetzel 


11 


Johnson 


8 


Hetzel 


11 


Hetzel 


21 


Hetzel 


15 


Hetzel 


14 



2-12 



Attendance Summary 



Games Total Att. 



At Home . . . 
On the Road 
All Games . . 



10 
16 
26 



66,500 

85,505 

152,005 



Average 

6,650 
5,344 
5,746 



Will Hetzel 
Mickey Wiles 
Pete Johnson 
Rod Horst 
Tom Milroy 
Chuck Worthington 
Dick Stobaugh 
Bill Sullivan 
Homer Warren 
Roger Montgomery 
Jon MacDonald 
John Prebula 



Maryland 
Opponents: 



GP 

26 

26 

26 

26 

25 

26 

23 

22 

10 

4 

6 

3 



26 
26 



FGM 

233 

111 

124 

108 

68 

46 

49 

35 

6 

2 







782 
858 



1968-69 STATISTICS (VARSITY) 

FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REBS PF-DSQ 



527 

274 

313 

225 

167 

105 

127 

77 

16 

4 

6 

1 



1842 
1846 



.442 
.405 
.396 
.480 
.407 
.438 
.386 
.455 
.375 
.500 



139 

86 

52 

46 

69 

51 

20 

12 

9 



1 





Team Rebounds 



.425 
.465 



485 
472 



171 

124 

78 

60 

86 

67 

27 

26 

13 

2 

3 





657 
651 



.813 
.705 
.667 
.767 
.802 
.761 
.741 
.461 
.692 



.333 



.738 
.725 



318 

46 

78 

229 

78 

100 

93 

50 

17 

2 

3 



160 

1174 
1225 



83-6 

93-6 

50 

44 

71-3 

54 

50 

30 

9 



4 





487-15 
488-18 



POINTS 

605 

308 

300 

262 

205 

143 

118 

82 

21 

4 

1 





2049 
2188 



AVERAGE 

23.3 
11.8 
11.5 

10.0 
8.2 
5.5 
5.1 
3.7 
2.1 
1.0 
0.2 
0.0 



78.8 
84.1 



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1968-69 Freshman Statistics 
Won 12 Lost 4 



Maryland 


97 




American 


Univ. 




77 






Maryland 


112 


Prince Georges CC 


73 




84 




West Virg 


linia 




89 








100 


Loyola 


67 




71 




Baltimore J.C. 




76 








88 


West Virginia 


79 




82 




George Washingtoi 


1 


73 








82 


Brandywine JC 


80 




101 




American 


Univ. 




59 








61 


Navy 


71 




77 




Frederick M.A. 




74 








83 


Virginia 


75 




94 




Georgetc 


wn 




66 








100 


Bainbridge 


78 




77 




George Washington 


71 








78 


Georgetown 


79 






GP 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 




FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ POINTS AVERAGE 


Charlie Blank 




16 


137 


283 


.484 




41 


58 


.707 


174 


36 315 


19.7 


Jay Flowers 




16 


134 


267 


.502 




44 


82 


.537 


156 


48 3 310 


19.4 


Sparky Still 




16 


109 


231 


.472 




48 


82 


.585 


192 


52-1 266 


16.6 


Harvey Sanders 




16 


80 


178 


.449 




22 


34 


.647 


68 


19 182 


11.4 


Steve Norman 




16 


64 


154 


.416 




23 


36 


.639 


50 


41-1 157 


9.8 


Chester Lipton 




16 


26 


59 


.441 




12 


15 


.800 


42 


16 64 


4.0 


Perry Hackley 




16 


20 


57 


.351 




9 


14 


.643 


22 


21 49 


3.0 


Paul Higgins 




12 


10 


24 


.417 




17 


23 


.739 


34 


11 35 


2.9 


Gene Muenchau 




4 


1 


5 


.200 




5 


8 


.625 


4 


3 7 


1.8 


Tom Leidy 




3 


3 


7 


.429 












8 


2 6 


2.0 


Craig Crowley 




3 


2 


6 


.333 


Tea 


1 
m Rebo 


3 
jnds 


.333 


2 
120 


7-1 5 


1.7 


Maryland Totals 




16 


586 


1271 


.461 




222 


355 


.625 


872 


255-6 1396 


87.2 


Opponent's Ttls 




16 


492 


1222 


.402 




200 


299 


.669 


775 


303-16 1182 


73.8 



Season Highs 



Individual 

Most Points: 30 by Charlie Blank 
Most Field Goals: 13 by Charlie Blank 
Most Free Throws: 9 by Charlie Blank 

9 by Jay Flowers 
Most Rebounds: 20 by Sparky Still 



Team 

Most Points: 112 vs PGCC 
Most Field Goals: 46 vs PGCC 
Most Free Throws: 23 vs American 
Most Rebounds: 77 vs Loyola 



Baby Terps Game by Game Scoring 





Blank 


Flowers 


Still 


Sanders 


Norman 


Lipton 


Hackley 


Higgins 


American 


14 


24 


20 


22 


6 


4 


2 





West Va. 


23 


14 


14 


13 


12 





8 


X 


Bait. JC 


26 


6 


21 


2 


10 


2 


2 


X 


GWU 


18 


18 


13 


6 


16 


4 


7 





American 


22 


23 


9 


6 


4 


14 


5 


7 


Fred. M.A. 


12 


28 


13 


10 


8 





4 


2 


Georgetown 


10 


21 


26 


15 


13 


4 


4 


1 


GWU 


18 


24 


14 


13 


2 


4 





2 


PGCC 


21 


21 


27 


12 


9 


10 


4 


8 


Loyola 


19 


22 


16 


11 


20 


2 


2 


8 


West Va. 


19 


27 


22 


10 


3 


4 


3 





Bait. JC 


21 


19 


22 


8 


6 


4 





2 


NAVY 


17 


4 


3 


17 


13 


3 


4 





Virginia 


24 


14 


16 


6 


17 


4 


2 


X 


Bain. Navy 


30 


16 


22 


18 


14 


4 


2 


3 


Georgetown 


21 


29 


8 


13 


4 


1 





2 



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THE FRESHMEN 




DARRELL BROWN 

Darrell Brown, 6-5, 210, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Three sport athlete in high school, MVP 
in basketball. 




> 




JIM O'BRIEN 

Jim O'Brien, 6-7, 180, Falls Church, Va. 
High School All-American from Jeb 
Stuart High. 



TIMSKELLEY 

Tim Skelley, 6-4, 177, San Diego, Calif. 
Attended Hoover High with Jack Neal. 
Set new Hoover high scoring records. 






U| 





BOB BODELL 

Bob Bodell 6^1, 180, Frankfort, Ken- 
tucky. Four sport athlete in high school. 
MVP in basketball, quarterback in foot- 
ball. 



JACK NEAL 
Jack Neal, 6-8, 230, San Diego, Calif. 
All-City in San Diego. Captain of high 
school team. Another three sport ath- 
lete. 



HOWARD WHITE 

Howard White, 6-1, 165, Hampton, Va. 
Also a high school All-American at 
Kecoughtan High. MVP and Captain of 
high school team. 



Freshman Schedule 1969-70 


December 


1 


Old Dominion 




3 


atG.W.U. 




11 


at Georgetown 




13 


King's College 




15 


Richmond 




17 


at Villanova 


January 


7 


Villanova 




14 


Bainbridge NTC 




24 


G.W.U. 




28 


Baltimore JC 


February 


2 


at Old Dominion 




7 


Georgetown 




11 


at Virginia 




23 


American Univ. 




25 


at West Virginia 




28 


Virginia 



BARRY YATES 6-7 
Sophomore 

An All-Navy performer and Olympic 
Alternate Barry will have to sit out a 
year as a transfer from the University of 
Nebraska. Spent four years in the Coast 
Guard since his freshman year at Nebras- 
ka. He will be a welcome addition to the 
1970-71 squad. 




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DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 
PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The twenty-first president of the University of 
Maryland, Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, is serving his six- 
teenth year in that office. He came to Maryland in 
September of 1954 from Texas Western College, a 
branch of the University of Texas at El Paso. He pre- 
viously had served as president of San Angelo Junior 
College. 

He holds a B.A. and M.A. degrees from the Uni- 
versity of Texas where, as an undergraduate, he 
earned eight varsity letters in football, basketball and 
track. 

As a Rhodes Scholar, he received B.Litt. and 
Ph.D. degrees from Oxford University. 

His administration at Maryland has been marked 
by a strengthening of academic standards. Faced with 
skyrocketing student enrollment, the University 
under his leadership has consistently sought to pro- 
vide quality education for an increasing number of 
students. 

Dr. Elkins is past president of the Middle States 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, a 
member of the Southern Regional Education Board, 
and the Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies. 
He serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of 
the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. 



UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS 





JAMES H. KEHOE 

James H. Kehoe became Director of Athletics at 
the University of Maryland July 1, 1969, upon the 
retirement of William W. Cobey, who held the post 
since 1956. 

Appointment of Kehoe was announced by Univer- 
sity President Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, February 10, at 
which time Kehoe was placed in charge of matters of 
personnel, prior to assuming total responsibility July 
1. 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 
CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

First appointed to the athletic council in 1951, 
Dr. Faber has served as its chairman since 1963. Dr. 
Faber is the University's representative to the Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference, of which he was president last 
year. 

Dr. Faber is professor emeritus of the micro- 
biology department. During his 36-year tenure as la- 
crosse coach, Maryland won five national champion- 
ships and shared two others. 



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