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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

1972-73 



Monday 



Wednesday 

Saturday 

Thursday 

Sunday 

Wednesday 

Saturday 

Wednesday 

Saturday 

Wednesday 

Saturday 

Thurs.-Sat. 



Nov. 29 
Dec. 2 
Dec. 9 
Dec. 12 
Dec. 22 
Dec. 29 



Dec. 30 



Jan. 2 
Jan. 6 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 14 
Jan. 20 
Jan. 22 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 1 1 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 21 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 28 
Mar. 3 
Mar. 8-10 



12:30 



12:00 



Brown 

Richnnond 

Canisius 

Georgetown 

George Washington 

Maryland Invitational 

Georgia Tech, 

Bowling Green, and 

Syracuse 

Kent State 

Clemson 

Virginia 

N.C. State 



Wake Forest 
Long Island 
North Carolina 
N.C. State 



Fordham 
Buffalo 

North Carolina 
Clemson 
Duquesne 



Wake Forest 

Virginia 

ACC Tournament 



College Park, Md. 
Richmond, Va. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Washington, D.C. 
College Park, Md. 
College Park, Md. 



College Park, Md. 
Clemson, S.C. 

College Park, Md. ; 

College Park, Md. 
Norfolk, Va. 

' i 

College Park, Md. 

College Park, Md. 

College Park, Md. 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Durham, N.C. 

Madison Square Garden, N.Y. 

College Park, Md. 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 

College Park, Md. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

College Park, Md. 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Charlottesville, Va. 

Greensboro, N.C. 



ABOUT THE COVER: Top left is Tom McMillen, Outstanding Player of the National Invitational Tournament. Top center is the 
championship trophy from the NIT. Bottom right is Len Elmore, Most Valuable Player in the Maryland Invitational 
Tournament. Bottom center is the team trophy from the MIT. 




FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

LOCATION College Park, Maryland 

PRESIDENT Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 

CHANCELLOR Dr. Charles Edwin Bishop 

FOUNDED . . . .1807 as College of Medicine of Maryland 

1812 changed name to Univ. of Maryland 

1920 merged with Maryland Agricultural College 

ENROLLMENT 32,692 

Men 18,930 
Women 13,762 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jim Kehoe 

ASSISTANT AD Alfred J. Hanlon 

HOME COURT Cole Field House (14,500) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White 

Black and Gold 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

MASCOT Testudo (a motorized Terrapin) 

TRAINER William "Spider" Fry 

ASSISTANT TRAINERS James Weir 

John Bush 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Jack Zane 

OFFICE (301)864-4076 

HOME (301)322-3265 
PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR: Russ Potts 

OFFICE (301)4544687 
PRESS FACILITIES IN COLE FIELD HOUSE 

Press Row — Courtside 

Radio-TV - Upper West Press Box 

Scouts — Courtside 

Film Deck - Upper West Press Box 

Western Union Facilities - Telex - Press Room 

Telephones located in Press Room 

HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell (Duke '54) 

(301)864-4322 
ASSISTANT COACHES 
Jim Maloney (Niagara '59) 

(301)454-2126 
Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 

(301)454-2126 
Tim Autry (Winston-Salem State '63) 
(301)454-2126 



"The University of Maryland, in aU its branches and 
divisions subscribes to a policy of equal education 
opportunity for peoples of all races, creeds and ethnic 
origins." 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

The Maryland Varsity Schedule IFC 

1972-73 Roster 2 

Lefty DrieseU 3ff 

Opponents 6ff 

University of Maryland 1 8f 

Travel Information 21 

Director of Athletics Jim Kehoe 23 

University Officials 24f 

Bob Bodell 29 

Darrell Brown 30 

Owen Brown 31 

Varick Cutler 32 

Len Elmore 33 

Bill Hahn 34 

Maurice Howard 35 

John Lucas 36 

Tom McMillen 37 

Jim O'Brien 38 

Rich Porac 39 

Tom Roy 40 

Jap Trimble 41 

Donald White 42 

Howard White 43 

Assistant Coaches 44f 

Radio-TV Network 49 

1971-72 Season 50f 

For The Record 57ff 



1972-73 Basketball Guide 
Edited by Ray Murphy 



TERRAPINS' ALL-TIME SCORERS 






Gene Shue 


Jay McMillen 


1,397 


Gene Shue 


(1951-54) 


1,370 


WiU Hetzel 


(1967-70) 


1300 


Jay McMillen 


(1964-67) 


1,266 


Bob Kessler 


(1953-56) 


1,094 


Gary Ward 


(1963-66) 


1,016 


Lee Brawley 


(1949-52) 


987 


Pete Johnson 


(1966-69) 


972 


Bob O'Brien 


(1954-57) 


935 


Al Bunge 


(1957-60) 


875 


Jerry Greenspan 


(1960-63) 



1972-73 Terrapin Roster 



No 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


Reach 
(inches) 


Age 


Class 


Hometown 


10 


Rich Porac 


6-0 


178 


90 


20 


Jr 


Monroeville, Pa. 


13 


Howard White 


6-0 


160 


95 


22 


Sr 


Hampton, Va. 


14 


Donald White 


6-4 


179 


98 


20 


So 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


15 


John Lucas 


6-4 


175 


96 


18 


Fr 


Durham, N.C. 


21 


Billy Hahn 


5-10 


155 


92 


19 


So 


Mishawaka, Ind. 


22 


Jap Trimble 


6-3 


181 


100 


20 


Jr 


New York, N.Y. 


23 


Varick Cutler 


6-7 


205 


101 


19 


So 


North Tanawanda, N.Y. 


24 


Maurice Howard 


6-2 


170 


97 


19 


Fr 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


33 


Darrell Brown 


6-6 


225 


102 


21 


Sr 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


35 


Bob Bodell 


6-4 


180 


100 


22 


Sr 


Frankfort, Ky. 


41 


Len Elmore 


6-9 


232 


106 


20 


Jr 


Springfield Gardens, N.Y 


42 


Owen Brown 


6-9 


205 


106 


19 


So 


La Grange, III. 


44 


Jim O'Brien 


6-8 


202 


109 


21 


Sr 


Falls Church, Va. 


45 


Tom Roy 


6-9 


210 


107 


19 


So 


South Windsor, Conn. 


54 


Tom McMillen 


6-11 


213 


109 


20 


Jr 


Mansfield, Pa. 




The secretaries for Maryland Bas- 
ketball are Betty Puceta and Jane 
Schmidt. They have more than a 
full time job keeping track of Lef- 
ty's complex program but they are 
always more than willing to help 
members of the press contact Mary- 
land coaches or players. Please feel 
free to call them at (301) 454-2126 
or 454-41 12. 



Betty Puceta 



Jane Schmidt 





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HEAD BASKETBALL COACH 

LEFTY DRIESELL 



When Lefty Driesell arrived in College Park, he promised 
three things for Maryland's basketball future; national recog- 
nition, national ranking and a national championship. In his 
third year at Maryland two of those three are already realities 
as Lefty continues to transform the Terrapin basketball 
program from mediocre to meteoric. 

Lefty's record of 27-5 and a National Invitational Tourna- 
ment championship is the best single season record ever 
compiled by a coach in his first three years at an Atlantic 
Coast Conference institution. 

There can be little doubt of the national recognition the 
Terrapins received during last year's super season and Mary- 
land finished as high as sixth in national rankings. 

Now only the national championship remains unaccom- 
plished and, judging from 1972-73 preseason rankings which 
consistently place Maryland in the top ten, the nation's 
basketball media consider the Terrapins a strong contender for 
the year end crown. 

Interest in Lefty's brand of basketball continues at a fever 
pitch. When he came to the campus in 1969 he warned 
Maryland fans that they had better get their tickets while they 
could or they would be sitting at home listening to the games 
on radio and TV. 



In three years that warning has also become a reality. Last 
season, the Terrapins played to an average crowd of 13,166 at 
home with six of the games being complete sellouts. Maryland 
didn't disappoint their fans as they compiled a perfect 14-0 
record. There is little left in Driesell's program to remind 
Maryland fans of the pre-Lefty program which had failed to 
produce a winning record in six of the eight years before 
Lefty's arrival. 

Everything from the playing floor at Cole Field House, the 
locker room facilities and the player living facilities to the 
number of fans in the stands and points on the scoreboard has 
been completely rennovated. 

A tireless worker, the 41 year old Driesell puts in an 18 
hour day to see that his program is second to none. 

One of the secrets of Driesell's success has been his choice 
of assistants. Every assistant that Driesell has had in 12 years 
of collegiate coaching has gone on to a head coaching position. 

Driesell is also a more than effective recruiter. He began his 
college coaching career at Davidson by spending the night in 
his car and eating peanut butter crackers while recruiting the 
players which led the Wildcats to national prominence. 

His recruiting duties are reduced in the current Maryland 
program but he has still been the major factor in building the 






Terrapins' current lineup of talent. 

His first recruiting class included varsity players Jim 
O'Brien, Howard White, Bob Bodell and Darrell Brown. The 
second team was the super-frosh which included Tom McMil- 
len, Len Elmore, Jap Trimble and Rich Porac. That team went 
on to compile a 16-0 record and ranking as the number one 
freshman team in the nation. 

Last year's freshmen, Tom Roy, Owen Brown, Varick 
Cutler, Donald White and Bill Hahn, recorded a 12-4 mark and 
all five are expected to be effective members of the varsity this 
season. 

This year Lefty has added two blue-chip freshman guard 
prospects in Philadelphia Player-of-the-Year Maurice Howard 
and Ail-American John Lucas from Durham, N.C. 

This amazing four year record of recruiting has given 
Maryland one of the deepest teams in talent in the nation, and 
the source of the recruiting success has been the magnetism of 
the Driesell name. 

Driesell has become one of the most successful coaches in 
the nation through 17 years of outstanding coaching experi- 
ence. 

His coaching career began at Granby High where he served 
for two years before moving to Newport News. In four years 
of high school coaching, he compiled a 97-15 record. 

Moving to Davidson in 1960, Lefty transformed a pre- 
viously dormant program into one of the most successful in 
the nation. He compiled a 176-65 record in nine years with the 
Wildcats and had four teams which were ranked in the top ten. 
He was named Southern Conference Coach of the Year for 
four successive years from 1963-66, an unmatched honor. 

But, for all his earlier accomplishments, 1971-72 must be 
considered his greatest season. 

The Terrapins finished the season as the most improved 
team in the nation. They were one of two teams in the United 
States to beat every opponent on its schedule at least once. 

The Terps' 27-5 record was the best in the history of the 
school and their victory total was second only to national 
champion UCLA. 

Always a stickler for proper execution. Lefty fielded a team 
which was the tenth best defensively in the nation and set an 
ACC record with a .746 free throw percentage. 

Maryland allowed their opponents only 32.5 rebounds per 
game, the best figure in Lefty's career. 

All of this was accomplished in the more than rugged ACC 
and against what was judged as the tenth toughest schedule in 
the nation, tougher than any eventual member of the top 20. 

This year the schedule will be even more demanding. In 
addition to road games against an even stronger ACC lineup, 
the Terrapins must play Duquesne, Fordham, Canisius, 
Richmond, and area rivals Navy and Georgetown; all on the 
road. 

Driesell will again stress a hustling defense and a balanced 
offense as the keys to success. The five-way offensive threat 
was one of the keys to last year's success. On one night it 
would be Tom McMillen or Len Elmore doing the scoring 
inside. On another it would be Bob Bodell or Jim O'Brien 
hitting from the outside which brought a Maryland win. 
Driesell will stress this kind of balance and the results should 
be even better with the added outside shooting of the two 
freshmen. 

Lefty was born in Norfolk, Va., on December 25, 1931. He 
is a 1954 graduate of Duke University. He and his wife Joyce 
have four children, Pattie 16, Pam 12, Chuck 10, and Carolyn 
18 months. 




COACH DRIESELL'S RECORD 



1955-56 


Granby High J.V. 


Won 


18 


Lost 


4 


1956-57 


Granby High 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 Championship) 










1960-61 


Davidson 


Won 


9 


Lost 


14 


1961-62 


Davidson 


Won 


14 


Lost 


11 


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 


1969-70 


Maryland 


Won 


13 


Lost 


13 


1970-71 


Maryland 


Won 


14 


Lost 


12 


1971-72 


Maryland 


Won 


27 


Lost 


5 



TWELVE YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 

Won 230 Lost 95 Pet.-. 708 

1965-66 Southern Conference Champions 

1967-68 Southern Conference Champions 

1968-69 Southern Conference Champions 

1971-72 NIT Champions 



LEFTY DRIESELL'S NATIONALLY RANKED TEAMS 



1964 


10th 


Davidson 


1965 


6th 


Davidson 


1968 


8th 


Davidson 


1969 


3rd 


Davidson 


1972 


11th 


Maryland 



COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING STATISTICS 









Shooti 


ing 






Rebo 


unds 
Opp. 


Sco 


iring 
Opp. 






Year 


FGA 


FGM 


Pet 


FTA 


FTM 


Pet 


Avg 


Avg 


Avg 


Avg 


W 


L 


1960-61 


1,321 


571 


.432 


596 


407 


.683 


41.6 


38.9 


67.4 


69.8 


9 


14 


1961 62 


1,411 


617 


.437 


679 


493 


.726 


42.7 


39.4 


69.1 


69.8 


14 


11 


1962-63 


1,632 


792 


.485 


641 


477 


.744 


42.8 


33.9 


76.3 


65.8 


20 


7 


1963-64 


1,644 


894 


.543 


722 


534 


.739 


45.2 


34.3 


89.3 


70.5 


22 


4 


1964-65 


1,784 


908 


.509 


672 


484 


.720 


47.3 


38.4 


88.5 


70.9 


24 


2 


1965-66 


1,713 


877 


.512 


739 


563 


.762 


43.2 


37.4 


82.8 


70.8 


21 


7 


1966-67 


1,645 


76 


.466 


709 


537 


.757 


43.0 


40.1 


76.6 


71.1 


15 


12 


1967-68 


1,791 


885 


.494 


795 


562 


.708 


46.6 


37.6 


805 


68.9 


24 


5 


1968-69 


2,105 


984 


.467 


886 


645 


728 


51.0 


39.2 


87.1 


73.6 


27 


3 


1969-70 


1,709 


781 


.457 


586 


417 


.712 


42.5 


41.6 


76.1 


74.7 


13 


13 


1970-71 


1,650 


735 


.445 


715 


480 


.715 


44.4 


40.3 


75.0 


73.4 


14 


12 


1971-72 


1,877 


929 


.495 


786 


586 


.746 


43.4 


32.5 


76.4 


65.8 


27 


5 



BOWLING GREEN UNIVERSITY 

Dec. 29-7:00 P.M. vs Syracuse in MIT 
Dec. 30-Continue in MIT 




TERP OPPONENTS 



Bowling Green 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Canisius 

Clemson 

Duke 

Duquesne 

Fordham 

George Washington 

Georgetown 

Georgia Tech 

Kent State 

Long Island 

Navy 

North Carolina 

North Carolina State 

Richmond 

Syracuse 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 



COACH: Pat Haley (Bowling Green '631 

Won 4 Lost 20 
CONFERENCE: Mid-American 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dick Young 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Bob Movers 

Office (419) 372-2401 

Home (419) 352-6397 
NICKNAME: Falcons 
COLORS: Orange and brown 
ENROLLMENT: 15,000 










Skip Nov 


van 


i 


BOWLING GREEN 




1971-72 RESULTS 


SCHEDULE 






4-20 






December 




78 


Dayton 




. .87 


2— MacMurray 




64 


Marquette . . . 




. .84 


4— at St. Bonaventure 




104 


Ball State .... 




. .89 


9— at Niagara 




72 


Cincinnati . . . 




. .83 


16— at Central Michigan 




87 


St. Bonaventure 




. .84 


29-30— Maryland Invitational 




82 


Stanford .... 




. .90 


with Maryland, Syrac 


use. 


78 


Detroit 




. .86 


Georgia Tech & 




74 


Niagara 




. .88 


Bowling Green 




69 


Ohio University 




. .91 


January 




69 


Miami 




. .80 


4— at Cincinnati 




53 


Toledo 




. .76 


6— at Miami 




80 


Marshall 




. 103 


10-Marshall 




65 


Kent State . . . 




. .75 


13— Western Michigan 




83 


Western Michigan . 


. .92 


15-at Ball State 




80 


Cleveland State 




. .83 


17-St. Joseph's (Pa.) 




77 


Miami 




. .75 


20-at Kent State 




67 


Marshall 




. .91 


24-Detroit 




65 


Notre Dame . . 




. .92 


27— Ohio University 




74 


Western Michigan . 


. .75 


31 -at Toledo 




42 


Toledo 




. .65 


February 




78 


Kent State . . , 




. .82 


3— Miami 




77 


Loyola (Chicago) . 


. .74 


5— at Northern Illinois 




81 


Northern Illinois . 


. 102 


10— at Western Michigan 




84 


Ohio University 




.105 


12-Central Michigan 












14-at Cleveland State 












17- Kent State 












20-Marquette 












24— at Ohio University 












28- Loyola (Chicago) 












March 












3-Toledo 












PROBABLE ROSTER 






John Arnold F 6-5 


Fr. 


Jeff Lessig 


G 


6-3 Sr. 


Tom Babik G 6-0 


Sr. 


Jeff Montgomery 


G 


6-0 So. 


Dalynn Badenhop F 6-6 


Sr. 


Tim Perrine 


F 


6-6 Sr. 


Jeff Booms C 6-5 


Sr. 


Al Phillips 


F 


6-5 Jr. 


IjCevin Brake F 6-4 


Fr. 


Am 


drea Richardson 


C 


6-8 Fr. 


Cornelius Cash F 6-8 


So. 


Al Russ 


G 


5-10 Sr. 


Le Henson F 6-6 


Sr. 


Brian Scanlan 


F 


6-6 Jr. 


Bob Hotaling F 6-6 


Jr. 


Tom Scott 


F 


6-5 Sr. 


Bill Howard C 6-10 


So. 


Dick Selgo 


G 


5-11 So. 


Ron Grayson G 6-3 


Fr. 


Ron Weber 


F 


6-4 So. 


Jim Kindle G 6-1 


Jr. 


Jack Wissman 


G 


&A Jr. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY 

Dec. 29-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: J. Gerald Alaimo (Brown '58) 

Won 47 Lost 142 
CONFERENCE: Ivy League 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Ferdinand A. 

'Andy' Geiger 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR; 

Mike Scandura 

Office (401)863-2219 

Home (401)4370198 
NICKNAME: Bruins 
COLORS: Seal Brown & Cardinal 
ENROLLMENT: 4,500 




Rich Cureton 



BROWN SCHEDULE 




1971-72 RESULTS 








10-16 






November 


83 


Maryland . . . 




100 


29-at Maryland 


61 


Providence College . 


.81 


December 


72 


Yale 




.68 


2-at Rhode Island 


84 


U.of Rhode Is 


land . 


102 


9-at Boston College 


70 


Yale 




.73 


12- Yale 


56 


Ohio State . . 




.62 


14— at Manhattan 


65 


Xavier (Ohio) 




.90 


1 9-at Yale 


104 


American Intl. 


Coll. 


.50 


22-New Hampshire 


83 


Assumption 




.74 


28-29-at Palmetto Classic, 


70 


Morris Harvey 




.69 


Charleston, S.C; 


77 


Columbia . . . 




.72 


Brown, Wake Forest, 


101 


Cornell .... 




.88 


Tulane, The Citadel 


81 


GWU 




.69 


January 


72 


Furman Univ. 




.86 


2-at Providence College 


88 


Cornell .... 




.73 


5-Cornell 


78 


Columbia . . . 




.72 


6-Columbia 


64 


Dartmouth . . 




.88 


13-To be announced 


72 


Harvard .... 




.78 


27-at Buffalo 


66 


Pennsylvania . 




.90 


February 


75 


Princeton . . . 




.91 


2-at Princeton 


78 


Harvard .... 




.80 


3— at Pennsylvania 


79 


Dartmouth . . 




.82 


9-at Dartmouth 


56 


Princeton . . . 




.80 


10-at Harvard 


33 


Pennsylvania . 




.37 


16-Harvard 


72 


U.of Rhode Is 


land . 


.77 


17-Dartmouth 


61 


Providence College . 


.72 


23-Pennsvlvania 










24— Princeton 










March 










2-at Columbia 










3-at Cornell 










6-Rhode Island 










8— Providence College 











PROBABLE ROSTER 











Curtis Blackmore 


C 


6-6 


Sr. 


Phil Brown 


F-G 


6-5 


So 


Greg Bruce 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


Jim Burke 


G 


5-8 


Jr 


Bob Dickinson 


G 


6-3 


So 


Jim Busam 


C 


6-6 


So 


Joe Evans 


G/F 


6-4 


Jr 


Vaughn Clarke 


F-G 


6-4 


So 


John Forys 


G 


5-11 


Jr. 


Rich Cureton 


F-C 


6-5 


Sr 


Rayfield Goss 


G 


5-10 


Jr. 


Lloyd Desvigne 


G 


6-2 


So 


Greg Laker 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


Mark Flynn 


F-G 


6-4 


Jr 


Jim Tribble 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


Eddie Morris 


G 


5-10 


So 


Bob Vartanian 


G 


fr2 


Sr. 



STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 
(BUFFALO) 

Feb. 11 -Cole Field House, 2:15 P.M. 



COACH: Ed Muto (Buffalo '50) 

Won 21 Lost 25 
CONFERENCE: ECAC I 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Harry G. 

Fritz 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Dick Baldwin 

Office (716)831-2139 

Home (716) 632-7227 
NICKNAME: Bulls 
COLOR: Buffalo Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 12,000 



BUFFALO SCHEDULE 

December 80 

2— Syracuse 58 

9-at Illinois State 116 

1 1— at Northern Illinois 60 

1 6— at Northeastern 112 

22-Georgia State 59 

29-30-Gem City Tr. at 80 

Erie, Pa. with 86 

Bucknell, Lafayette, 98 

Gannon 78 

January 68 

13— at Fairlelgh-Dlckinson 86 

17-Akron 58 

20-Samford 70 

23- Brown 86 

24-at Cornell 74 

31 — Niagara 76 

February 96 

3-at Colgate 60 

7-at Albany State 81 

10-Stony Brook 85 

1 1— at Maryland 76 

17-Army(MA) 103 

(Canisius vs. 93 

Syracuse) 

21 -St. Francis (Pa.) 

24— at LeMoyne 

March 

3— Rochester 
5— Buffalo State 




Curtis Blackmore 

1971-72 RESULTS 
12-12 

Syracuse 104 

Point Park 64 

Toronto 58 

Central Michigan ... 75 
Ohio Northern . . . . 91 

Northeastern 64 

Illinois State 74 

Georgia Southern ... 83 

Georgia State 69 

Samford 63 

Akron 87 

LeMoyne 73 

Maryland 82 

Cornell (MA) 84 

N. Illinois (MA) . . . 106 

Army 80 

Niagara (MA) 96 

Eastern Michigan . . 109 
Brockport State . . . 102 

Stony Brook 69 

Rochester 74 

Albany State 67 

Merrimack 78 

Buffalo State (ECO . 75 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



CANISIUS 



Dec. 9-Buf. Mem. Col., 8:45 P.M. 



COACH: John Morrison (Can. '67) 

First year 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Bedell 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Anthony Maggiotto 

Office (716) 883-7000 

Home (716) 884-2252 
NICKNAME: Golden Griffins 
COLORS: Blue and Gold 
ENROLLMENT: 4,000 




John Morrison 




CANISIUS SCHEDULE 



December 94 

2-Scranton 102 

9-Maryland 58 

16-Richmond 126 

20-at St. Francis (Pa.) 77 

23-V\;ake Forest 100 

29-30-Oueen City Invit. 115 

January 86 

6-Providence 82 

13-Niagara 69 

17— Va. Commonwealth 65 

20-Xavier 93 

24-at St. Bonaventure 72 

27-Boston College 58 

31 -at Wayne State 73 

February 78 

3-Manhattan 87 

7-at LaSalle 88 

10-Colgate 64 

13-at Catholic U. 96 

14— at Villanova 95 

17— Syracuse 64 

21-at St. Peter's 77 

24-St. Bonaventure 107 

27-at Fairfield 87 

March 67 

3— Niagara 



Aaron Covington 

1971-72 RESULTS 
15-11 

Wake Forest 87 

Cleveland State .... 69 
Boston College . . . . 76 

Catholic U 85 

Maryland 86 

Wayne State 89 

Scranton 80 

Long Island 76 

Niagara 91 

Richmond 55 

Villanova 69 

Syracuse 106 

Niagara 73 

Duke 86 

St. Bonaventure .... 70 

LaSalle 80 

Colgate 72 

Manhattan 86 

Providence 69 

St. Peter's (ot) 95 

St. Francis, Pa 84 

Baltimore 62 

St. Bonaventure ... .95 

Fairfield 91 

Niagara 77 

Xavier 68 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Bruce Coulthard 
Aaron Covington 
Don Hurlburt 
Gary Lawrence 
Mike Macaluson 
Ron Michel 
Mel Montgomery 
Mike Norwood 
Ron Philips 
Al Richardson 
Mike Roberts 
Kevin Townsel 



G 
G 
G 
C 
F 
G 
F 
G 
G 
F 
G 
F 



6-1 

6-3 

6-0 

6-9 

6-6 

6-4 

6-5 

6-2 

6-6 

6-5 

5-11 

6-7 



So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
So. 
So. 
So. 



CLEMSON 

Jan. 6-Clemson, S.C, 8:00 P.M. 
Feb. 17-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Tates Locke (O. Wesleyan '59) 

Won 1 1 5 Lost 90 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill McLellan 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Bob Bradley 

Office (803)654-4111 

Home (803) 654-5419 
NICKNAME: Tigers 
COLORS: Purple & Orange 
ENROLLMENT: 8,890 



CLEMSON SCHEDULE 




November 65 

28-Georgia Tech 72 

December 82 

2-at Davidson 64 

6— at Furman 67 

9— Presbyterian 77 

16— at Villanova 66 

22- Kent State 63 

28-29-Poinsettia Classic- 61 

Clemson, Furman, 69 

Pepperdine, Texas 46 

January 74 

3-Niagara 85 

6-Maryland 83 

10-at North Carolina 58 

13-at Duke 44 

17-at St. John's 58 

20-N.C. State 66 

24-The Citadel 50 

27-Virginia 59 

February 51 

3— at Georgia Tech 57 

6-Stetson 60 

9-at N. estate 63 

10-at North Carolina 59 

14- Wake Forest 64 

17-at Maryland 52 

19— at Virginia 

24-at Wake Forest 

28-Duke 

March 

8-10— ACC Tournament 



Mike Browning 

1971-72 RESULTS 
10-16 

Davidson 76 

Purdue 66 

Indiana State 77 

Cincinnati 93 

Holy Cross 49 

Auburn 67 

Georgia Tech 57 

Maryland 61 

North Carolina 81 

Duke 71 

N.C. State 58 

Furman 72 

Virginia Tech 73 

Georgia Tech 70 

Virginia 62 

Virginia Tech 48 

South Carolina 62 

Athletes in Action . . . 64 

North Carolina 73 

N.C. State 74 

Wake Forest 59 

Maryland 67 

Virginia 62 

Wake Forest 70 

Duke 40 

South Carolina 77 

Maryland 54 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Dave Angel 


C 


6-10 


Mel Franciscon 


C 


6-6 


Jive Brown 


G 


6-1 


Van Gregg 


G 


6-2 


Mike Browning 


F 


6-6 


Ricky Hunt 


F 


6-6 


Joe Cooley 


F 


6-5 


Bud Martin 


G 


6-0 


Wayne Croft 


C 


6-8 


Danny Miller 


G 


5-10 


Ron DiPasquale 


G 


6-1 


Terrell Suit 


G 


6-0 


Jerr Feisinger 


F 


6-6 


John Williams 


C 


6-11 



DUKE 

Feb. 3-Durham, N.C. 1 :30 P.M. 
Feb. 24-Cole Field House, 3:30 P.M. 



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

Won 121 Lost 72 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Carl James 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Richard Giannini 

Office (919) 684-2633 

Home (919)383-2258 
NICKNAME: Blue Devils 
COLORS: Royal Blue and White 
ENROLLMENT: 8,400 




DUKE SCHEDULE 



December 54 

2-William and Mary 77 

8-9-at Cable Car Classic 49 

12-East Carolina 71 

15-16— at Big Four Tournament 62 

27-28-at Las Vegas Classic- 70 

Nevada at Las Vegas, 68 

Purdue, Arizona 74 

30-Harvard 72 

January 83 

3— at Virginia 58 

6-at Wake Forest 71 

10-at N.C. State 86 

13-Clemson 76 

17-at Davidson 77 

20-at North Carolina 58 

24-at Richmond 57 

27-at Georgia Tech 87 

February 72 

3-Maryland 86 

7-Wake Forest 74 

14-Virginia 68 

17-Notre Dame 40 

21 -N.C. State 69 

24-at Maryland 73 

28-at Clemson 48 

March 

3— North Carolina 
8-10-ACC Tournament 



Gary Melchionni 

1971-72 RESULTS 
14-12 

Richmond 42 

Virginia 86 

Pennsylvania 50 

East Carolina 62 

N.C. State 67 

Wake Forest 58 

Dayton 66 

St. Peters 77 

Syracuse 74 

Va.Tech 73 

N.C. State 85 

Clemson 69 

Canisius 58 

North Carolina 74 

Wake Forest 66 

Maryland 77 

Wake Forest 62 

William & Mary 69 

Davidson 74 

Virginia 76 

N.C. State 73 

Maryland 59 

Clemson 59 

North Carolina 93 

N.C. State 60 

North Carolina 63 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Kevin Billerman 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Willie Hodge 


F-C 


6-9 


Fr. 


Jeff Burdette 


G 


5-11 


Jr. 


Pete Kramer 


F 


6-4 


So 


Terry Chili 


C 


6-9 


Fr. 


Gary Melchionni 


G 


6-3 


Sr. 


Neil Chinault 


F 


6-5 


So. 


Dave O'Connell 


F-G 


6-4 


Fr. 


Bob Cook 


F 


6-6 


Fr. 


Al Ouigley 


F 


6-4 


So 


Zeno Edwards 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


Chris Redding 


F 


6-8 


Jr. 


Bob Fleischer 


F-C 


6-8 


So. 


Alan Shaw 


C 


6-10 


Sr. 


Paul Fox 


G 


6-2 


Fr. 


Bill Suk 


G 


6-5 


So 



DUQUESNE 



Feb. 21 -Pitt. Civ. Arena, 8:30 P.M. 



COACH: Red Manning (Duq. 51) 

Won 219 Lost 118 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Clair Brown 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Robert Milie 

Office (412)434-6565 

Home (412)343-1274 
NICKNAME: Dukes 
COLORS: Red & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 8,000 




DUQUESNE SCHEDULE 



December 76 

4— Steubenville 75 

8-9-Steel Bowl 80 

13-at Penn State 110 

21 -San Jose State 77 

27-30-Ouaker City Tr. 119 

January 56 

5-at Xavier 87 

8— St. Bonaventure 69 

13-at Providence 96 

16-Wheeling College 72 

22-Notre Dame 84 

26-at LaSalle 83 

30-DePaul 65 

February 93 

4— Villanova 69 

7— at American U. 72 

15-Chicago State 71 

17-at St. Peter's 78 

21 -Maryland 81 

25-Creighton 81 

28-at St. Francis 70 

March 72 

4- Detroit 71 

7-at South Carolina 82 



Lionel Billingy 

1971-72 RESULTS 
20-5 

Morehead State .... 63 

Nebraska 53 

Iowa 75 

Nevada (Reno) .... 77 

Harvard 72 

St. Peter's 88 

Wake Forest 55 

Pitt 67 

Eastern Michigan ... 70 
St. Bonaventure . . . . 91 

Steubenville 54 

Notre Dame 79 

Rhode Island 91 

Xavier 57 

Boston College .... 79 

Army 62 

Murray State 66 

Maryland 85 

American 74 

Villanova 102 

LaSalle 69 

DePaul 65 

Providence 67 

Detroit 79 

St. Francis (Pa.) . . . . 72 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Lionel Billingy 
Bryan DeVine 
Dave Harrington 
Oscar Jackson 
Don McLane 
Ruben Montanez 
Bernie O'Keefe 
Dave Pavlick 
Dan Slater 
Jack Wojdowski 
Jack Yun 



C 
G 
C 

G 
F 
G 
F-G 

F 
G 
F 
G 



6-9 
6-3 
6-8 
6-2 
6-6 
6-2 
64 
6-5 
6-4 
64 
64 



Jr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
So. 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
So. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
So. 



FORDHAM 



Feb. 8-Madison Sq. Garden, 9:00 P.M. 



COACH: Hal Wissel (Springfield '60) 

Won 1 09 Lost 85 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Peter Carlesi- 

mo 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR; 

Roger Hackett 

Office (212)933-2233 

Home (212)994-8607 
NICKNAME: Rams 
COLOR: Maroon 
ENROLLMENT: 14,000 




FORDHAM SCHEDULE 

December 

5-Yale 

9-Florida 
12-at Lafayette 
14— Columbia 
16-at City College 
20— at Southern California 
22-at Stanford 
23— at California 
27-30— Rainbow Classic 
January 

6-Holv Cross 
13— Temple 
17-Seton Hall 
20-St. Peter's 
24— Army 

27-at Rhode Island 
30-at Fairfield 
February 

3-at Boston College 

6— Syracuse 

8— Maryland 
10-St. John's 
15— Notre Dame 
17— at Rutgers 
21— at Georgetown 
24— Marquette 
28-at South Carolina 
March 

3— at Massachusetts 

8— Manhattan 



Frank Heyward 

1971-72 RESULTS 

119 Yale 82 

81 Fairfield 79 

81 Lafayette 75 

88 Columbia 70 

90 City College 71 

68 Marquette 87 

74 Utah 67 

77 Providence 72 

82 Louisville 96 

90 Rhode Island 81 

68 Holy Cross 71 

60 Temple 75 

81 Seton Hall 74 

79 Princeton 75 

81 Army 71 

77 South Carolina . . . 100 

85 St. Peter's 75 

65 Boston College .... 58 

89 Syracuse 90 

60 St. John's 78 

102 Rutgers 90 

89 Notre Dame 72 

71 St. Louis 75 

106 Georgetown 78 

77 Massachusetts 76 

91 Manhattan 84 

75 Jacksonville 94 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Darryl Brown 
Joseph Carballeria 
Kenneth Charles 
Kevin Collins 
Walter Douglas 
Paul Griswold 
Frank Heyward 
James Hill 
Wendell Holland 
Earl Lightbourne 
Kevin Moriarty 
Thomas Pipich 
John Troha 
Gary Wall 
Bart Woytowicz 



C 

G 

F-G 

F-C 

G-F 

C 

G 

F 

G 

F 

G 

G 

F 

G 

F 



6-7 
6-0 
6-3 
6-9 
6-2 
6-8 
6-3 
6-6 
6-1 
6-7 
6-0 
6-1 
6-5 
6-1 
6-6 



So. 
So. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
So. 
Sr. 



GEORGE WASHINGTON 



Dec. 22-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Carl Sloane (Richmond, '60) 

Won 22 Lost 28 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Robert Paris 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Doug Gould 

Office (202) 676-6654 

Home (301 ) 593-8786 
NICKNAME: Colonials 
COLORS: Buff & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 15,000 




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GEORGE WASHINGTON 
SCHEDULE 

November 

28-Loyola (Md.) College 
December 
2- LIU 
4-at VMI 
6- Lehigh 
9-at Rice 
11 -at Texas A&M 
22-at Maryland 
28-30-at Hall of Fame Tr. 
January 

5-6— Presidential Classic 
(GW, American, Rice, 
The Citadel) 
13— at Richmond 
17— at East Carolina 
20— at American 
25-Catholic 
27— at West Virginia 
31 -Navy 
February 

3- Boston U. 
10-Pittsburgh 
14— at Temple 
17— Cincinnati 
21— at Virginia Tech 
24— West Virginia 
27— Georgetown 
March 

3— Syracuse 



Pat Tallent 

1971-72 RESULTS 
11-14 

96 Maryland 117 

74 Catholic 77 

73 Marshall 97 

78 Rider 69 

74 Lafayette 85 

81 Pittsburgh 99 

64 Texas A&M 72 

69 American 76 

76 Virginia 97 

69 Brown 81 

104 VMI 66 

74 American 85 

73 Temple 76 

72 West Virginia 69 

67 Baltimore 61 

84 Navy 67 

48 Northeastern 47 

72 LIU 76 

79 Army 69 

84 Lehigh 74 

110 Rochester 77 

79 Cincinnati 97 

84 East Carolina 74 

84 Syracuse 98 

88 Georgetown 83 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Mike Battle 


F 


6-7 


Sr. 


Clyde Burwell 


C 


6-11 


So 


Randy Click 


G 


6-0 


Sr. 


Dave Emanuel 


F 


6-5 


Fr. 


Haviland Harper 


F 


6-5 


So 


Jim McCloskey 


G 


6-3 


So 


Greg Miller 


F 


6-5 


Fr. 


Keith Morris 


G 


6-2 


So 


Jim Peters 


G 


6-0 


Fr. 



Ned Riddile F 6-7 So. 

Charles Rideout G 6-4 Fr. 

Tom Rosepink F 6-4 Jr. 

Bob Shanta F 6-6 So. 

Kevin Smith F 6-6 Jr. 

Randy Smith C 6-7 Sr. 

Clyde Tackett G 6-4 Fr. 

Pat Tallent G 6-3 So. 



10 



GEORGETOWN 
Dec. 12-McDonough Gym., Wash., D.C., 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: John Thompson (Prov. '64) 

First year 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Francis 

Kienzo 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Keith Moore 

Office (202) 625-4182 

Home (703) 575-7052 
NICKNAME: Hoyas 
COLORS: Blue& Gray 
ENROLLMENT: 8,837 




GEORGETOWN 
SCHEDULE 

November 93 

27-St. Francis 67 

29-at Rutgers 82 

December 46 

2-Wheeling 44 

6— St. Bonaventure 62 

9-at St. John's 71 

12-Maryland 70 

27-29-at St. Louis (St. 76 

Louis, Virginia, 73 

Army) 72 

January 72 

6-at U. of So. Florida 85 

8-at Florida State 83 

13-at Univ. of Conn. 75 

17— Randolph-Macon 81 

20-at Holy Cross 62 

24-St. Joseph's 83 

27-Seton Hall 58 

31 -at Loyola 66 

February 70 

3-at Penn State 109 

7-Roanoke 72 

10-at Dickinson 78 

14- Navy 83 

17- Boston College 69 

21 — Fordham 

24— at American University 
27— at George Washington 
March 

3— Manhattan 



Mark Gallagher 

1971-72 RESULTS 
3-23 

Boston University . 103 

St. John's 107 

Loyola (Md.) College 66 

Maryland 79 

Marquette 88 

Wisconsin 82 

Louisiana State . . . . 92 

Texas 78 

San Francisco .... 100 
Univ. of Pacific ... 105 
Randolph-Macon ... 73 

Seton Hall 98 

William & Mary .... 78 

Holy Cross 85 

American Univ 82 

Univ. of Connecticut 89 

Penn State 63 

Assumption 90 

Rutgers 72 

Navy 70 

St. Joseph's 81 

Hofstra 97 

Manhattan 86 

Fordham 106 

George Washington .88 
Boston College .... 78 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Chris Crennan 
Tom Dooley 
Mark Edwards 
Ed Fitzgerald 
Vince Fletcher 
Mark Gallagher 
Mike Geoghegan 
Rick Kentz 
Tim Lambour 
Ron Lyons 
Tom McBride 
Paul Robinson 
Don Willis 



G 
F 
F 
G 
G 
F 
F 
G 
G 
C 
G 
F 
G 



6-3 

6-5 

6-5 

6-2 

6-1 

6-5 

6-4 

6-1 

5-8 

6-9 

5-10 

6-6 

6-3 



So. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 



GEORGIA TECH 

Dec. 29-vs. Maryland in MIT, 9:00 P.M. 
Dec. 30-Continue in MIT 



COACH: John 'Whack' Hyder (Georgia 

Tech '37) 

Won 285 Lost 253 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Robert Dodd 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Ned West 

Office (404) 894-5445 

Home (404)237-3167 
NICKNAME: Yellow Jackets 
COLORS: Old Gold & White 
ENROLLMENT: 8,300 




GEORGIA TECH 
SCHEDULE 



November 


55 


25— Auburn 


62 


28-at Clemson 


70 


December 


83 


1-at Georgia State 


108 


1 1-at Alabama 


66 


16-at Florida 


64 


18-at William & Mary 


57 


22-Tulane 


85 


29-30-at MIT 


74 


January 


82 


6- Hawaii 


94 


8-Rice 


69 


15-Ohio State 


68 


22-Alabama 


70 


27-Duke 


82 


31 -at Georgia 


53 


February 


65 


3— Clemson 


70 


5— Florida 


73 


9-at North Carolina 


77 


10-at N. estate 


50 


17-Stetson 


66 


19-UNC-Charlotte 


80 


26-at Auburn 


74 


28-Oklahoma City 


78 


March 




2— at Tulane 




6— Georgia 





Steve Post 

1971-72 RESULTS 
6-20 

Ohio State 63 

Auburn 76 

Southern Methodist .93 
William & Mary .... 71 

Furman 91 

Davidson 91 

Rutgers 91 

Clemson 66 

Alabama 90 

Rice 87 

Notre Dame 62 

Tulane 78 

Florida State 71 

Alabama 99 

Clemson 83 

Georgia 72 

Air Force 75 

Kansas 93 

N. estate 87 

North Carolina ... 118 

Auburn 99 

Florida State 108 

North Carolina ... .87 
Randolph-Macon ... 74 

Tulane 78 

Georgia 93 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Harry Allen 


G-F 


6-5 


Fr. 


Brent Green 


G 


6-2'/. 


So 


Karl Binns 


C 


6-7 


Sr. 


Tom Hyder 


F 


6-5 


Sr. 


Phil Boshart 


F 


6-6 


So. 


Dave Lockin 


C 


6-6 


So 


Mike Bottorff 


G 


6-0 


Fr. 


Andy McCain 


F-C 


6-872 


So 


Bruce Brown 


C 


6-7 


Jr. 


Bob Murphy 


F-G 


6-2 


Sr. 


Preston Campbell 


C-F 


6-7 


So. 


Steve Post 


F-C 


6-6 


Jr. 


Jeff Collier 


C 


6-10 


Fr. 


Steve Sherbak 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Bob Davis 


F 


6-6 


So. 


George Small 


F 


6^ 


Sr. 


Terry Farrell 


G 


5-11 


Jr. 


Steve Sonnenberg F-G 


6-5 


So. 



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KENT STATE 

Jan. 2-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Frank Truitt (Otterbein '48) 

Won 61 Lost 108 
CONFERENCE: Mid-America 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Milo Lude 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Eddie Mullens 

Office (216)672-2110 

Home (216) 678-0978 
NICKNAME: Golden Flashes 
COLORS: Gold & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 19,000 







KENT STATE 




SCHEDULE 




December 


75 


2-Marietta 


39 


5-West Virginia Tech 


61 


8-9-at Vanderbilt Classic 


65 


18-Penn State 


70 


20— at North Carolina 


91 


22-at Clemson 


67 


29-30-at Queen City Classic 


60 


January 


63 


2-at Maryland 


74 


6— at Western Michigan 


66 


13-Toledo 


69 


17— at Central Michigan 


56 


20- Bowling Green 


75 


24-at Cleveland State 


88 


27— at Miami University 


65 


31 -at Ohio University 


68 


February 


69 


3-Western Michigan 


78 


7-Pittsburgh 


75 


10-at Toledo 


82 


14-Akron University 


63 


17— at Bowling Green 


51 


19-Central Michigan 


57 


21— at Dayton University 




24— Miami University 




March 




3— Ohio University 





Bob McEvoy 

1971-72 RESULTS 
7-17 

Purdue 82 

Akron U 53 

Utah State 68 

Santa Clara 79 

Colorado State 83 

Cleveland State 70 

Cincinnati 80 

Miami (Oh.) 54 

St. Bonaventure .... 73 

Ohio U 85 

Western Michigan ... 68 

Ball State 80 

Dayton 58 

Bowling Green 65 

Ohio U 74 

N. Illinois 77 

Pittsburgh 75 

Toledo 78 

Miami (Oh.) 77 

Western Michigan . . . 69 

Bowling Green 78 

VPI 70 

Penn State 61 

Toledo 59 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Steve Babbey 


C 


6-8 


Fr. 


Dwight Kenner 


C 


6-7 


Sr. 


Larry Barch 


F 


6-7 


Jr. 


Bob McEvoy 


G 


6-3 


Sr. 


Don Cable 


G 


6-0 


Sr. 


Cal Murphy 


C 


6-8 


Jr. 


Gary Davenport 


C 


6-7 


Sr. 


Mike Lovenguth 


F 


6-5 


Fr 


Dave DeVenzio 


G 


6-1 


Fr. 


Mike Pitsenbarger 


F 


6-6 


Fr 


Tom Diringer 


G 


6-0 


Sr. 


Paul Schaeffer 


G 


6-3 


So 


Mike Eifert 


F 


65 


So. 


Doug Shell 


G 


6-0 


So 


Jim Eskridge 


F 


6-6 


So. 


Brad Stiner 


F 


6-7 


So 


Rick Gates 


G 


6-1 


So. 


Fred Walker 


F 


6-5 


Fr 


Floyd Jefferson 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 











LONG ISLAND 



Jan. 23-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Ronald Smalls (LIU '69) 

First Year 
CONFERENCE: ECAC 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jerry Donner 

(acting) 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Bob Gesslein 

Office (212)834-6090 

Home (516) PI 1-5810 
NICKNAME: Blackbirds 
COLORS; Blue & White 
ENROLLMENT: 7,500 




LONG ISLAND 
SCHEDULE 

December 94 

2-at GW Univ. 72 

4-Bentley College 84 

9-Oregon St. Univ. 69 

12-Wagner College 101 

16-W. Texas St. College 77 

18-at C.C.N.Y. 78 

22-23-Long Beach St. Tr. 65 

26-at U. of Wisconsin-Milw. 76 

28-at DePaul Univ. 78 

January 73 

4— Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 79 

6— at Niagara University 70 

20— St. Bonaventure Univ. 69 

23-at Maryland 71 

February 79 

3— Pan American College 67 

5-at Hofstra Univ. 61 

7-St. Francis of Pa. 76 

10— at Dayton University 60 

12-St. Peter's College 61 

17-at St. Francis (Bklyn.) 69 

20-C.W. Post College 78 

28-at lona College 77 

March 78 

3— at Northeastern Univ. 

6-Seton Hall Univ. 

9— Colgate Univ. 



Fred Gibson 

1971-72 RESULTS 
13-12 

Bentley 63 

Roanoke 75 

Wagner 56 

West Texas St 64 

King's (Pa.) 64 

City College 58 

Seton Hall 76 

Wisconsin 57 

Canisius 86 

Cornell 67 

F DU 79 

C.W. Post 66 

Niagara 76 

West Texas St 84 

Centenary 80 

Houston 104 

Hofstra 68 

Marshall 70 

GW Univ 72 

Maryland 78 

Northeastern 45 

St. Bonaventure . . . . 89 
St. Francis (NY) . . , 64 

lona 67 

Old Dominion .... 104 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Louis Brignone 
Barry Canterna 
Bruce Finkelstein 
Fred Gibson 
Jerry Hartz 
Ruben Rodriguez 
Richard Salit 
Curtis Smith 
Tim Solomon 
Ron Williams 



G 
G 
G 

F 
G 
F 
G 
F 
C 
F 



5-11 

6-0 

5-9 

6-5 

6-2 

6-6 

6-0 

6-4 

8-g 

6-6 



So. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 



12 



NAVY 

Jan. 20-Norfolk, Va., 8:30 P.M. 



COACH: David Smalley (Navy '57) 

Won 50 Lost 79 
CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: J.O. Coppedge 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Budd Thalman 

Office (301 1 268-6226 

Home (301)267-7116 
NICKNAME: Midshipmen 
COLORS: Navy Blue & Gold 
ENROLLMENT: 4,300 




NAVY 
SCHEDULE 

November 96 

29-Haverford 74 

December 86 

4— Dickinson College 80 

6— Univ. of Baltimore 58 

9— Pennsylvania 78 

13-at Temple 72 

16-at Memphis State 56 

18-at Louisville 65 

28-29-Old Dominion Classic 55 

January 55 

6— Muhlenberg 77 

10- Randolph-Macon 60 

13-at Air Force 62 

17— American Univ. 67 

20-Maryland at Norfolk, Va. 81 

27-at Princeton 63 

31— at George Washington 59 

February 70 

3- Rutgers 80 

6— Virginia 60 

9-at Gettysburg 61 

10-at Penn State 72 

14— at Georgetown 

17— Manhattan 

24-Army 

March 

3-St. Francis (NY) 



Gary Carter 

1971-72 RESULTS 
10-13 

Dickinson 54 

Pennsylvania 94 

Johns Hopkins 57 

Syracuse 90 

Princeton 73 

Pittsburgh 88 

Wake Forest 62 

Washington & Lee ... 57 

Temple 61 

Baltimore 53 

Air Force 53 

Haverford 58 

Maryland 85 

Manhattan 67 

George Washington . .84 

West Virginia 84 

American Univ 70 

Penn State 68 

Georgetown 66 

Rochester 62 

Montclair State 67 

Army 60 

Rutgers 80 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



Bob Burns 


F-C 


6-7 


So. 


Dennis Kruer 


G 


5-1 1 So. 


Darren Elston 


FG 


6-3 


Jr. 


Gary Carter 


F 


6-4 


Jr. 


John Kucinski 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Ray Harrison 


G 


6-2 


So 


Bob Clark 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Bob Marshburn 


F 


6-3 


Jr. 


Ray Hite 


G 


5-10 


Jr. 


Dave Driegert 


F 


6-6 


So. 


Jack Mills 


G 


6-7 


Jr. 


Brad Hoffman 


G 


5-10 


So 


Dan Glynn 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Bill Montgomery 


G 


6-3 


So. 


Donn Johnston 


F 


6-8 


Sr. 


Fred Graff 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Steve Newberry 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Bobby Jones 


F 


6-8 


Jr. 


Ken Hamernik 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Tom Pruss 


F 


6-6 


Jr. 


George Karl 


G 


6-2 


Sr. 


Mickey Hampton 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Charlie Robinson 


G 


6-0 


Jr. 


Mitch Kupchak 


CF 


6-9 


So 


Thomas W. Hoffman 


F 


6-5 


Sr. 


David Stone 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 


John O'Donnell 


F 


6-6 


Jr. 


Forrest Kirk 


F-C 


6-7 


Jr. 


Roy A. Wiegand 


F-C 


6-5 


Sr. 


Ed Stahl 


C 


6-10 


So 


Bill Konrad 


G 


6-2 


So. 










Donald Washington 


F 


6-9 


So 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Jan. 27-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 
Feb. 14-Chapel Hill, IM.C, 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Dean Smith (Kansas '53) 

Won 220 Lost 82 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Homer Rice 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Jack Williams 

Office (919)933-2123 

Home (919) 929-5557 
NICKNAME: Tar Heels 
COLORS: Carolina Blue & White 
ENROLLMENT: 19,100 



NORTH CAROLINA 
SCHEDULE 




November 


127 


25-Biscayne 


90 


December 


73 


2-Pittsburgh 


93 


5— Dartmouth 


99 


9— Virginia Tech 


99 


11 -at Kentucky 


96 


15-16— Big Four Tournament 


93 


22-at California 


75 


27-30-at Rainbow Classic 


118 


January 


81 


4— Furman 


85 


6— Nebraska 


92 


10— Clemson 


74 


17-at Wake Forest 


92 


20- Duke 


71 


25-Virginia 


101 


27-at Maryland 


73 


31 -Wake Forest 


118 


February 


77 


5-at N. estate 


99 


9— Georgia Tech 


87 


10— Clemson 


91 


14— Maryland 


84 


17- Florida State 


93 


21-Miami of Ohio 


63 


24— at Virginia 


73 


28-N.C. State 


92 


March 


73 


3-at Duke 


75 


8-10-ACC Tournament 


105 



George Karl 

1971-72 RESULTS 
26-5 

Rice 69 

Pittsburgh 75 

Princeton 89 

Virginia Tech 60 

Wake Forest 76 

N.C. State 68 

Harvard 78 

St. Joseph's 77 

Bradley 69 

Furman 66 

Clemson 61 

Virginia 79 

Wake Forest 77 

Duke 76 

Maryland 72 

Wake Forest 59 

N.C. State 78 

Clemson 50 

Georgia Tech 73 

Maryland 79 

Notre Dame 74 

Georgia Tech 66 

Virginia 78 

N.C. State 85 

Duke 69 

Duke 48 

Maryland 64 

South Carolina .... 69 

Pennsylvania 59 

Florida State 79 

Louisville 91 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



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NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Jan. 14-Cole Field House, 12:30 P.M. 
Jan. 31 -Raleigh, N.C. (to be determined) 



COACH: Norman Sloan (N.C. State '51) 

Won 301 Lost 207 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis Casey 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Ed Seaman 

Office (919) 755-2102 

Home (919)829-9186 
NICKNAME: Wolfpack 
COLORS: Red & White 
ENROLLMENT: 13,052 



NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE SCHEDULE 



November 


113 


27-Appalachian State 


92 


December 


75 


1-Atlantic Christian 


84 


4-Georgia Southern 


67 


8-South Florida 


68 


15-16-Big Four Tournament 


79 


19- Davidson 


72 


23-at Georgia 


76 


January 


70 


2-Athletes in Action 


73 


6-at Virginia 


85 


10- Duke 


58 


12-Lehigh 


80 


14— at Maryland 


97 


20-at Clemson 


65 


27— Furman 


68 


31 -Maryland 


78 


February 


87 


3— Virginia 


74 


5— North Carolina 


84 


9-Clemson 


73 


10— Georgia Tech 


92 


14-East Carolina 


85 


17-at Wake Forest 


86 


21-at Duke 


60 


24-UNC-Charlotte 




27-at North Carolina 




March 




3- Wake Forest 




8-10— ACC Tournament 






Tom Burleson 

1971-72 RESULTS 
16-10 

Atlantic Christian . . 75 

Georgia 81 

West Virginia 87 

Purdue 71 

Duke 62 

North Carolina . . . . 99 

Davidson 67 

Illinois 74 

Columbia 48 

Maryland 83 

Virginia 84 

Duke 58 

Clemson 46 

Pittsburgh 73 

Lehigh 64 

Maryland 66 

Virginia 69 

North Carolina ... 101 

Georgia Tech 70 

Clemson 59 

Wake Forest 76 

Duke 74 

East Carolina 57 

North Carolina .... 84 

Wake Forest 78 

Duke 73 















Ray Amann 


C 


6-9 


Sr. 




PROBABLE ROSTER 








Mike Anastasio 


G 


6-1 


Sr. 














Steve Catlett 


G 


6-4 


So 


Tommy Burleson 


C 7-4 Jr. 


John McNeely 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Roger Hatcher 


GF 


6-5 


Sr. 


Joe Cafferky 


G-F 6-2 Sr. 


Mark Moeller 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Bob Jacobs 


GF 


6-3 


Jr. 


Leo Campbell 


F 6-6 So. 


Steve Nuce 


F 


6-8 


Jr. 


Carlton Mack 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


Mike Dempsey 


F 6-6 So. 


Steve Smoral 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 


Jeff Snider 


C 


6-10 


Jr. 


Greg Hawkins 


G-F 6-5 Jr. 


Tim Stoddard 


F 


6-7 


So. 


Aaron Stewart 


GF 


6-5 


Jr. 


Rick Holdt 


F 6-6 Sr. 


David Thompsor 


G-F 


6-4 


So. 


Barry Taylor 


G 


6-0 


So 


Craig Kuszmaul 


G-F 6-5 So. 


Monte Towe 


G 


5-7 


So. 


Dave Williams 


F 


6-5 


So 



RICHMOND 

Dec. 2-Richmond, Va., 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Lewis Mills (VPI '60) 

Won 92 Lost 161 
CONFERENCE: Southern 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Frank Jones 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Nick Bocella 

Office (703) 285-6367 
NICKNAME: Spiders 
COLORS: Red & Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 7,000 



RICHMOND 
SCHEDULE 

December 42 

2-Maryland 58 

4-West Virginia 58 

7— at Appalachian St. Univ. 66 

9-at VMI 73 

12-Davidson College 66 

16— at Canisius College 54 

22-at Virginia Tech 58 

January 55 

4-East Carolina Univ. 68 

6-at William & Mary 68 

10-Villanova Univ. 66 

13— George Washington Univ. 80 

20-at Davidson College 80 

24— Duke University 75 

27-The Citadel 65 

29— Appalachian State Univ. 74 

February 84 

1 — Furman Univ. 97 

3-at The Citadel 79 

7— at East Carolina Univ. 99 

1 3-at West Virginia Univ. 61 

15— Furman University 74 

19-Virginia Tech 62 

22-VMI 82 

24-William & Mary 

March 

1-3— Southern Conference Tr. 




Bob Jacobs 



1971-72 RESULTS 
6-19 

Duke 54 

Belmont Abbey 54 

Virginia Tech 83 

E. Tennessee 68 

VMI 61 

Davidson 100 

Virginia Tech 82 

Virginia 93 

Canisius 69 

E. Carolina 67 

William & Mary 73 

Furman 92 

Davidson 112 

Cincinnati 89 

The Citadel 68 

Virginia Tech 82 

E. Carolina 80 

Rhode Island 76 

Furman 113 

The Citadel 99 

West Virginia 87 

Maryland 76 

VMI 79 

William & Mary 85 

William & Mary 98 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



14 



SYRACUSE 

Dec. 29-7:00 P.M. vs Bowling Green in MIT 
Dec. 30-Continue in MIT 



COACH: Roy Danforth (S. Miss. '62) 

Won 62 Lost 41 

CONFERENCE: Unattached 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: James Decker 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Larry Kimball 

Office (315)476-5541 

Home (315)682-6002 
NICKNAME: Orangemen 
COLOR: Orange 
ENROLLMENT; 8,821 




SYRACUSE 
SCHEDULE 

November 104 

30-Chile Olympic 91 

Team (Exhibition) 95 

December 90 

2-at Buffalo 73 

9— American Univ. 83 

15-16-Volunteer Classic 74 

20-Penn State 81 

22-23-Uconn Classic 74 

29-30-MIT 92 

January 93 

2-Holy Cross 86 

6-Pittsburgh 106 

11 -at Temple 84 

13-at Lafayette 84 

20-Cornell 76 

24-at Bucknell 90 

27-at Massachusetts 90 

31-at Penn State 99 

February 85 

3-LaSalle 91 

6-at Fordham 98 

10-West Virginia 87 

14-St. John's 98 

17— at Canisius 87 

21 -Niagara 90 

24-Colgate 81 

28- Rutgers 65 

March 

3— at George Washington 



Mike Lee 

1971-72 RESULTS 
22-6 

Buffalo 70 

Army 77 

Cornell 82 

Navy 80 

Penn State 70 

Rutgers 81 

American U 78 

Louisville 103 

Duke 72 

Penn State 77 

Holy Cross 99 

St. John's 83 

Canisius 93 

Manhattan 72 

Temple 77 

Penn State 81 

Massachusetts 85 

Fordham 89 

Pittsburgh 109 

West Virginia 79 

Bucknell 74 

Connecticut 69 

LaSalle 80 

G. Washington 84 

Niagara 79 

Colgate 76 

Davidson 77 

Maryland 71 

















Andy Boninti 


G 


6-3 


So. 
















Dan Bonner 


F 


6-7 


So. 
















Al Drummond 


G 


6-2 


Jr. 
















Dan Gerard 


F 


6-7 


So. 






PROBABLE ROSTER 








Larry Gerry 


G 


6-3 


Sr. 
















Spencer Graham 


C 


6-8 


So. 


David Clark 


G 


6-2 So. 


Steve Shaw 


F 


6-4 


So. 


Jim Hobgood 


F 


6-4 


Sr. 


Lewis Cotton 


C 


6-6 So. 


Scott Stapleton 


G 


6-0 


Jr. 


Bob McKeag 


F 


6-5 


Jr. 


Donald Degner 


G 


6-4 So. 


Thomas Stundis 


C 


6-6 


Jr. 


Steve Morris 


G 


5-11 


Jr. 


Robert Dooms 


C 


6-5 Jr. 


William Suprunowicz 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 


Barry Parkhill 


G 


6-4 


Sr. 


Dennis DuVal 


G 


6-2 Jr. 


Mark Wadach 


F-G 6-2 


Sr. 


BobSefcik 


G 


6-2 


Fr. 


Rudy Hackett 


F 


6-8 So. 


Charles Wichman 


G 


6-3 


Sr. 


Lanny Stahurski 


C 


6-10 


Jr. 


James Lee 


G 


6-2 So. 


Mark Zioiko 


C 


6-8 


Sr 


Brian Tully 


G 


6-2 


So. 


Michael Lee 


F 


6-3 Sr. 










Wally Walker 


G-F 


6-6 


Fr. 



VIRGINIA 

Jan. 9-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 
Mar. 3-CharlottesvJlle, Va., 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Bill Gibson (Penn State '52) 

Won 198 Lost 167 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Gene Corrigan 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Barney Cooke 

Office (703)924-3011 

Home (703) 293-6791 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
ENROLLMENT: 12,500 




VIRGINIA 
SCHEDULE 

December 

2— Washington & Lee 
6-V.M.I. 
8- at Wake Forest 
12— at Princeton 
16— William and Mary 
27-29-at St. Louis Invit. 
January 

3- Duke 
6-N. estate 
9— at Maryland 
25-at North Carolina 
27— at Clemson 
31 -West Virginia 
February 

3-at N. estate 
6— at Navy 
10-Wake Forest 
14-at Duke 
17-Penn State 
19— Clemson 
21 -at Pitt 
24-North Carolina 
28-at V.P.I. 
March 

3— Maryland 
8-10-ACC Tournament 



Barry Parkhill 

1971-72 RESULTS 
21-7 

113 Wash. & Lee 80 

86 Duke 77 

78 Maryland 57 

117 Baldwin-Wallace . . . 83 

82 Williams Mary . . . . 62 

93 V.M.I 51 

93 Richmond 58 

85 Xavier 65 

77 Citadel 72 

74 Wake Forest 64 

84 N.C. State 73 

97 G.Washington 76 

79 North Carolina . . . . 85 
112 Johns Hopkins . . . . 70 

62 Clemson 58 

69 N.C. State 68 

107 Virginia Tech 85 

89 West Virginia 88 

74 Wake Forest 67 

74 Penn State 86 

76 Duke 86 

62 Clemson 60 

84 Pitt 74 

78 North Carolina ... .91 

42 Maryland 45 

74 Wake Forest 65 

57 Maryland 62 

71 Lafayette 72 



PROBABLE ROSTER 



15 



WAKE FOREST 

Jan. 15-Cole Field House, 8:00 P.M. 
Feb. 28-Winston-Salem, N.C., 8:00 P.M. 



COACH: Carl Tacy (Davis & Elkins'56) 

Won 90 Lost 1 8 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Gene Hooks 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: 

Bobby Batson 

Office (919)725-9711 

Home (919) 924-8523 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
COLORS: Gold & Black 
ENROLLMENT: 3,200 




Willie Griffin 



WAKE FOREST 




1971-72 RESULTS 




SCHEDULE 






8-18 




December 




87 


Canisius 


.94 


1-2-Twin-Citv Classic 




100 


Rice 


.62 


6-at William & Mary 




75 


William & Mary . . . 


.60 


8— Virginia 




76 


North Carolina . . . 


.99 


15-16-Big Four Tournament 


58 


Duke 


.70 


23-at Canisius 




75 


Yale 


.85 


29-30-at Palmetto Classic 




55 


Duquesne 


.56 


January 




62 


Navy 


.72 


3-VMI 




64 


Virginia 


.74 


6- Duke 




87 


Fla. Southern . . . . 


.64 


10- Niagara 




46 


Maryland 


.49 


13-at Maryland 




60 


Virginia Tech . . . . 


.70 


17-North Carolina 




77 


North Carolina . . . 


.92 


25-William & Mary 




95 


S. Florida 


.68 


27-at Davidson 




66 


Duke 


.77 


31-North Carolina 




66 


Davidson 


.80 


February 




59 


North Carolina . . . 


.71 


3-Virginia Tech 




57 


Temple 


.51 


7-at Duke 




62 


Duke 


.57 


10-at Virginia 




67 


Virginia 


.74 


14-at Clemson 




59 


Clemson 


.51 


17-N.C. State 




76 


N.C. State 


.84 


24-Clemson 




70 


Clemson 


.63 


28— Maryland 




56 


Maryland 


.64 


March 




78 


N.C. State 


.86 


3-at N. estate 




65 


Virginia 


.74 


8-1 0— ACC Tournament 










PROBABLE ROSTER 




Randy Adams 


F 




6-8 


So. 


Tony Byers 


G 




6-2 


Jr. 


Bobby Dwyer 


G 




6-1 


Jr. 


Lee Foye 


F 




6-6 


Fr. 


J.J. Grant 


F 




6« 


Jr. 


Willie Griffin 


G 




6-3 


Sr. 


Henry Hicks 


G 




6-5 


Fr. 


Bob Hook 


F 




6-5 


Sr. 


Sam Jackson 


F 




6-6 


Sr. 


Pat Kelly 







6-9 


Sr. 


Danny Moses 


C 




6-11 


Fr. 


John Orenczak 


F 




6-6 


Sr. 


Mike Parrish 


F 




6-6 


So. 


Eddie Payne 


G 




6-1 


Sr. 


Phil Perry 


G 




6-3 


So. 


Tim Stare 


F 




6-g 


So. 



MARYLAND 
INVITATIONAL 
TOURNAMENT 

Dec. 29-30, 1972 



Syracuse 



7:00 P.M. 

Bowling Green 



Maryland 



9:00 P.M. 
Georgia Tech 



Only in its second year of existence, the Maryland 
Invitational Tournament is already one of the bright spots 
on the holiday basketball schedule. 

The 1971 inaugural was everything that area sports fans 
had hoped for. The host Terrapins played perhaps their best 
basketball of the year winning the championship from New 
York power St. John's University. Harvard, one of the top 
squads in the Ivy League, edged out Western Kentucky for 
the third slot. 

This year's tournament should be even better. The NIT 
champion Terrapins must be the pre-tournament pick to 
defend their championship but the competition will be 
stiff. 

Syracuse is a close second choice. The Orangemen have a 
talented, experienced squad and came within six points of 
defeating Maryland in the quarterfinals of the NIT last 
season. 

Georgia Tech went through a rebuilding year in '71-'72 
after losing superstar Rich Yunkus. The Yellow Jackets 
fielded a youthful team which made mistakes that cost 
ballgames. Tech can't be counted on to beat themselves this 
year and after a season of playing largely against tough 
Southeastern Conference foes behind them, coach Whack 
Hyder's charges should be ready to make their move in 
1972. 

In Bowling Green, the tournament boasts a rising 
Mid-America Conference power which bills itself as the 
Maryland of the Midwest. Coach Pat Haley has set a 
timetable for the development of his team and that 
timetable calls for his team to have a winning season this 
year and challenge for the MAC title. This is a young, 
talented team which plays a wide-open exciting brand of 
basketball and the Falcons should be a treat for all 
basketball fans. 

The stage is set for a real donnybrook in Cole Field 
House complete with all the thrills and excitement which 
make up college basketball. 



16 



DID YOU KNONA/? 



The University of Maryland is composed of four campuses: University of Maryland Baltimore County, 
University of Maryland Eastern Shore, University of Maryland College Park, and University College, also 
located in College Park. The College Park campus is the largest of the four while University College directs 
the University's worldwide educational network. 

The University chapel, the focal point of the College Park campus, is located only nine miles from the 
United States Capitol. 

The College Park Campus includes 1300 acres, the third largest campus in the nation. 



The University of Mary- 
land has won the Car- 
michael Cup, signifying 
overall athletic supremacy 
in the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference, for seven of the 
last ten years. 

The University fields ath- 
letic teams in 13 men's 
sports and several women's 
sports. 

Maryland employs more 
than 7000 faculty and 
staff personnel. 

The origins of the Univer- 
sity can be traced to 1807. 

Scholarship aid for last 
year exceeded $2.5 million 
and aided almost 5500 stu- 
dents. 

Current building programs 
will double the facilities of 
the University library and 
the school of Health, 
Physical Education and 
Recreation. 

There are 193 major build- 
ings on the College Park 
Campus. 

More than 7000 degrees 
will be granted in 1972-73. 

The operating budget for 
the College Park campus in 
1972-73 exceeds 
$100,000,000. For the en- 
tire University, the budget 
exceeds $200,000,000. 

Membership in Maryland's 
supporters club, the Ter- 
rapin Club, has risen 100% 
in the last two years. In 
that same period, contri- 
butions to the Maryland 
Educational Foundation 
has grown by 500%. 




Football coach Jerry Clai- 
borne has helped lead five 
different schools to bowl 
appearances. 



The 1971-72 Maryland 
basketball team was one of 
only two teams in the na- 
tion to beat every team on 
its schedule at least once. 



The University has won 
individual or team national 
championships in six 
sports, ranked in the top 
ten in 10 and participated 
in the NCAA champion- 
ship tourney in yet anoth- 
er. 

Every assistant coach that 
Lefty Driesell has had at 
Davidson and Maryland 
has become a head coach: 
Warren Mitchell-Wil- 
liam and Mary 
Gail Conboy — Cin- 
cinnati 
Terry Holland— David- 
son (player and as- 
sistant coach) 
Jerry Catlett-Point 

Park 
George Raveling— Wash- 
ington State 

Every player whom Lefty 
Driesell has recruited has 
played on a team ranked 
in the top ten at some 
time during his under- 
graduate career. 

Of the players listed on 
the Maryland Basketball 
and Football rosters for 
the 1972-73 season, 65 
served as team captains 
during their high school 
careers. 

The Newspapers which 
regularly cover Maryland 
athletics have a combined 
circulation of over 5.4 mil- 
lion readers. In addition to 
Newspapers, seven tele- 
vision and 28 radio sta- 
tions also feature Mary- 
land sports. 

A total of almost 100,000 
students attend the various 
University campuses and 
divisions. 



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The University of Maryland is a land-grant institution of 
higher learning stressing programs of excellence in teaching, 
research and service. 

In 1807 a College of Medicine was established in Balti- 
more, Maryland, granting the M.D. degree. The school 
changed its name to the University of Maryland in 1812 
and was given power to confer other degrees. 

The University expanded its professional schools with a 
School of Dentistry, Pharmacy, Law, and Nursing. 

The College Park campus of the University was opened 
in 1859 as the Maryland Agricultural College under a char- 
ter secured in 1856 by a group of Maryland planters. How- 
ever, the College suffered a disastrous fire in 1912 and the 
State acquired control of the school, taking care of rebuild- 
ing costs. In 1920 the State took over the old College of 
Medicine in Baltimore forming the presentday University of 
Maryland. 

In 1866 the Delaware Conference Academy was founded 
by the Methodist Church in Princess Anne, Maryland. This 
academy went under State control in 1926 and became a 
division of the University of Maryland in 1948. This unit 
was called Maryland State College, and operated autono- 
mously under its own president until July 1, 1970, when it 
became a branch of the University, known as the University 
of Maryland, Eastern Shore. 



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Now 166 years old, the University is one of the 10 
largest schools in the nation. Over 100,000 students attend 
classes throughout the State and in 24 foreign countries. 
The teaching and research staff includes more than 7,000 
personnel. 

The University offers baccalaureate programs in 103 
fields. In addition master's degrees are offered in 60 depart- 
ments. Maryland ranks 28th in productivity among the 227 
institutions granting doctoral degrees. 

The College Park campus is the main undergraduate cam- 
pus and is the location for the Colleges of Agriculture, Arts 
and Sciences, Business and Pubhc Administration, Educa- 
tion, Engineering, Home Economics, and Physical Educa- 
tion, Recreation and Health. College Park is also the home 
of the School of Architecture and Library and Institutional 
Services. At the Baltimore campus are the professional 




schools, the Psychiatric Institute and the University Hospi- 
tal. In 1966 a third campus was opened just west of Balti- 
more City, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County 
(UMBC). 

More than a million volumes are on the shelves of the 
University libraries, plus one-half million microfilms, slides, 
film strips and recordings. The University is a regional de- 
pository for Federal documents. Special collections include 
the Marylandia, Katherine Anne Porter, Rare Book, East 
Asian and Health Sciences Historical Collections. 

Maryland spends over 21 million dollars a year on re- 
search. Research facilities include the Institute of Child 
Study, the National Resources Institute, Van de Graaff ac- 
celerators, a five story computer building, a nuclear reactor 
and collaborative arrangements with many nearby govern- 
ment installations. The University houses the world's largest 
sectored isochronous Cyclotron and owns the world's 
longest radio telescope. 

In addition, Maryland is a member of the initial group of 
34 universities incorporated to manage a 200 BeV high 
energy accelerator at Weston, Illinois. 

In 1969 the Association of American Universities elected 
the University to its selective membership. The 1969-1970 
school year saw eight students selected as Woodrow Wilson 
National FeUowship scholars. 

The University has alumni from every state in the United 
States and from several foreign countries. The Governor of 
Maryland, Marvin Mandel, and U.S. Senator Charles Mathias 
are graduates of the University. 

In research, scholarship and in the number and quality 
of its graduates, the University takes great pride in being 
one of the country's finest institutions of higher education. 



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(Top left) Lasers dance to music 



(Top right) Maryland's reflector experiment left on the 
moon by Apollo Astronauts 

(Lower right) Technician works with the worlds largest 
Sectored Isochronous Clyclotron. 




ACCESSIBILITY 



The University of IVIaryland is extremely convenient to all forms of transportation. 

Typical road routes include: 

Western Maryland, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania- 
Route 40 to Route 70S to Route 495E 

Western Virginia- Route 29 to Route 66 to Route 495N 

Eastern Virginia and North Carolina— Route 85 to Route 95 
to Route 495E 

Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York- 
Route 95 to Route 495E 

The University of Maryland is located approximately one mile from Beltway (495) 
Exit 27S. Ample parking is available for all events. 

The Metrollner from New York and Philadelphia stops in Lanham, Md., 
approximately four miles from the University campus. 

The University area Is serviced by two nearby airports. Both Washington National 
and Baltimore's Friendship are within 20 miles of the campus. Cab fare from 
National is $10, while limousine service from Friendship is $4. Rental cars are 
available at both locations. 

A list of lodgings in the College Park area can be found on this page. All motels and 
hotels listed have dining facilities. 



AREA MOTELS 



Royal Pine Motel 
(Best Western) 
U.S. Rt. 1 
College Park, Md. 
345-4900 



Holiday Inn 

U.S. Rt. 1 and Capital Beltway (495) 

College Park, Md. 

345-6700 



Quality Inn 

7200 Baltimore Blvd. 

College Park, Md. 

864-5820 



Sheraton Lanham 

New Carrollton, Md. 

Rt. 450, Capital Beltway Exit 30 

459-6700 



University of Maryland 

Center of Adult Education 

Adelphi Rd., Univ. Blvd., and Campus Dr. 

College Park, Md. 

(On Campus) 

779-5100 



Ramada Inn 

Lanham, Md. 

Rt. 450, Capital Beltway Exit 30 

459-1000 



The Interstate Inn 
U.S. Rt. 1 
College Park, Md. 
474-2800 



Holiday Inn 
9137 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park, Md. 
935-5000 



Holiday Inn of Laurel 
Rt. 198 
Laurel, Md. 
498-0900 



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Director 
of 

Athletics 

Jim Kehoe 



"Winning isn't everything. It's the 
only thing. This was my philosophy as a 
competitor, as a coach, and now as an 
athletic director. " The words have a 
familiar ring if you know Jim Kehoe, 
Athletic Director for the University of 
Maryland. 




The Athletic Department at the University of Maryland 
has followed new directions and achieved new dimensions 
under the leadership of Athletic Director James M. Kehoe. 

Coach Kehoe is certainly experienced in athletic success. 
A four sport star for Bel Air High School, he was unde- 
feated in dual meet track competition while at Maryland, 
setting two individual records and was a member of three 
championship of America Penn Relay teams. 

As track coach at the University, coach Kehoe continued 
his remarkable winning record. In 23 years his teams won 
47 Southern and Atlantic Coast Conference championships. 
When appointed Athletic Director his teams had won 15 
consecutive indoor and outdoor A.C.C. titles. 

This experience in winning has led to one of Maryland's 
new directions, a return to prominence in all sports and 
especially in basketball and football. The basketball strides 
made by Lefty Driesell, Kehoe's first recruit as director, are 
evident and under Jerry Claiborne, similar success in foot- 
ball is inevitable. 

But winning isn't the only characteristic of a Kehoe led 
program. While serving as track coach, Kehoe was also an 
Associate Professor of Physical Education and directed one 
of the largest and most successful intramural programs in 
the country. During his undergraduate days he was elected 



president of the Men's League and to Omicron Delta 
Kappa, the men's national honorary fraternity. 

With this type of academic background the phrase stu- 
dent-athlete has truly become applicable to the men who 
wear Maryland's colors. Every athlete who is recruited for 
Maryland attends the University with the Department's 
pledge that it will do everything in its power to aid him in 
attaining his bachelor's degree and the broad educational 
background necessary to be successful in today's society. 

More than anything, coach Kehoe is a believer in the 
positive effect athletics can have on today's society. He is 
committed to the fact that offering the members of that 
society a program where success is achieved through disci- 
plined hard work and unified effort with which they can 
identify is of the utmost importance. This has always been 
one of the important benefits to the athletes themselves, 
but in this often turbulent society the importance goes be- 
yond the teams and even beyond the university commu- 
nity. 

Coach Kehoe is married to the former Barbara Riggs 
England, a Maryland graduate. They are the parents of four 
children: Courtney Ann, Barbara Sue, Mary Lou and Jim. 
Courtney Ann and Jim are graduates of the University. 



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DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



The twenty-first president of the University of Mary- 
land, Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, is serving his nineteenth year in 
that office. He came to Maryland in September of 1954 
from Texas Western College (now the University of Texas 
at El Paso). He previously had served as President of San 
Angelo Junior College. 

He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of 
Texas where, as an undergraduate, he earned eight varsity 
letters in football, basketball and track. His B.Litt. and 
Ph.D. degrees are from Oxford University where he studied 
as a Rhodes Scholar. 



President Elkins' administration at Maryland has been 
marked by great growth and strengthening of academic 
standards. Faced with skyrocketing student enrollment, the 
University, under his leadership, has consistently sought to 
provide quality education for an increasing number of 
students. 

Dr. Elkins is a member of the Southern Regional 
Education Board. He is past president of the Nafional 
Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 
the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools, and the Southern University Conference. 



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DR. CHARLES EDWIN BISHOP 

CHANCELLOR COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 



Charles E. Bishop, the first Chancellor of the College 
Park Campus, came to the University of Maryland in 1970 
from the University of North Carolina, where he served as 
Vice President. 

He took his bachelor of science degree at Berea College, 
Kentucky, his master of science at the University of Ken- 
tucky and his doctor of philosophy in economics at the 
University of Chicago. 

During his two years as the Campus' chief executive offi- 
cer. Dr. Bishop and his administration have encouraged and 
helped to bring about a series of forward-look changes in 
the life and government of the Campus, which is one of the 
largest in the United States. The most notable of these 
changes is the major academic reorganization now under- 



way at College Park. The new plan of organization involves 
a modernization of the whole Campus structure, and is 
helping to make the University of Maryland at College Park 
one of the most progressive universities in the country. 
Most important, it will provide every student and faculty 
member with expanded educational opportunities. 

Dr. Bishop is regarded as a humanitarian who relates 
easily to students, staff and faculty alike. He has earned the 
respect of the Campus community for his openness, his 
willingness to communicate and his forthright nature. In 
private chats and on the speaker's stand his messages have 
the same aim: to encourage improvements which will en- 
able the College Park Campus to serve more effectively the 
needs of the people of the State and Nation. 



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ALFRED J. HANLON 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 



Alfred J. Hanlon is concerned primarily with 
scheduling, team travel, personnel policies and gen- 
eral office administration. He has been with the 
Athletic Department since 1969, when he retired 
from the U.S. Air Force with the rank of colonel 
after directing the Maryland AFROTC program for 
two years. 

A rated command pilot, Hanlon commanded a 
heavy bomber squadron in England and North 
Africa during World War 1 1. He has served in a wide 
variety of command and staff positions since that 
time. His military decorations include the Legion 
of Merit, the Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters, 
the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Presi- 
dential Unit Citation Badge. 

Hanlon is a native of Boston and a 1939 grad- 
uate of Harvard University, where he was a varsity 
letterman in track. He is married to the former 
Barbara Foster of Boston, and they have three 
grown children, Christopher, Brenda and Mark. 




DR. JOHN E. FABER 
Chairman, The Athletic Council 



Athletic Council 

Dr. John E. Faber (Faculty Chairman of Athletics) 
Dr. John W. Churchill (Assoc. Prof, of Recreation) 
Dr. John M. Dennis (Head, Radiology, Bait.) 
Dr. Robert M. Ragan (Head, Dept. of Civil Engi- 
neering) 
Dr. Norman C. Laffer (Prof., Arts and Sciences) 
Dr. Richard F. Davis (Prof, and Head, Dairy 

Science) 
Mr. John A. Heise (President Alumni Association) 
Mr. Howard T. Carolan (President, SGA) 



First appointed to the athletic council in 1951, Dr. John Faber has served as its chairman since 
1963. Dr. Faber is the University's representative to the Atlantic Coast Conference, of which he was 
president during the 1969-70 year. 

For 36 years Dr. Faber served as lacrosse coach at the University. During that time the accomplish- 
ments of his teams secured a place for him as one of the greatest names in Maryland athletic history. 
He won 276 games suffering only 75 losses with two ties. Five times his Terps were undisputed 
national champions and two other time they shared that honor with another school. 

A professor in the microbiology department, the University is fortunate to have such a man as its 
Faculty Chairman of Athletics. 




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BOB BODELL 

6-4, 180, 22, Senior 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

REACH; 100 inches 






GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCX 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


16 


103 


168 


.613 


41 


62 


.661 


102 


43-1 


247 


15.4 


Sophomore 


26 


40 


83 


.482 


43 


71 


.606 


66 


42-1 


123 


4.7 


Junior 


32 


70 


117 


.598 


64 


85 


.753 


82 


55-2 


204 


6.4 



Bob's reputation is built on his ability as a defensive player. He was voted as the team's top 
defender last season and always drew the opposition's top scoring threat as his assignment. This 
reputation is well deserved. His hustle on defense and his unselfish play made him the fifth 
leading rebounder and third leading assist man during '71-'72. But observers tend to overlook 
Bob's offensive credentials. He was also the team's most accurate shooter last year as he hit on 
59.8 percent of his shots. He hit 15 first half points against Niagara in the final of the NIT to lead 
the Terrapins to a 100-69 romp. His 19 points in that game were his season high. Seeing limited 
action as a sophomore he hit 10 points against Miami and N.C. State. He hit 11 of 13 shots 
against Kings College as a freshman and averaged 15.4 points, hitting 61 percent of his attempts 
from the floor. A four sport athlete in high school. Bob was MVP in basketball and a quarterback 
in football. Although Lefty Driesell will be counting heavily on Bob's defensive ability this year, 
he will also be counting on him for points in crucial situations. 

(See page 55 for 1971-72 honors) 



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33 

DARRELL BROWN 

6-6, 225, 21, Senior 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

REACH: 102 inches 









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



Freshman 

Sophomore 

Junior 



14 
18 
31 



84 
29 
52 



178 

61 

107 



.475 
.475 
.486 



38 
24 
25 



66 
43 
38 



.576 
.558 
.658 



160 
59 
84 



44-3 
19-0 
41-1 



206 14.7 

82 4.6 

1 29 4.2 



Always one of the best athletes on the team, Darrell improved his fundamentals last season to 
become one of Maryland's most dependable players. The team's fourth leading rebounder, he hit 
on 49 percent of his field goals and 66 percent of his free throws. His best game was against 
Virginia in the regular season finale as he scored 14 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead 
the team to a 45-42 win. His best game as a sophomore was 24 points and 10 rebounds against 
George Washington. His sophomore performance was an encore to his freshman game when he 
scored 26 points and pulled down 18 rebounds against the Colonials. Darrell has a 104 inch reach 
and his jumping ability makes him one of Maryland's top rebounders. He was a three sport star 
and MVP in basketball in high school. He was a frequent starter last year and is expected to see 
extensive action at both wing and post positions this year. If he continues to improve as he did 
last season (he was voted the team's most improved player) he is considered by Lefty Driesell as a 
legitimate pro prospect. 



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OWEN BROWN 

6-9, 205, 19, Sophomore 
La Grange, Illinois 

REACH: 106 inches 




Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 

16 139 244 .570 63 86 .733 



REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
189 61-6 341 21.3 



Owen Brown is a solid performer who can deliver a clutch performance either on the wing or 
at the low post. In his freshman year he led the squad in scoring with 341 points for a 21.3 
average. He also led the squad in field goal accuracy (57 percent). He finished second in 
rebounding grabbing 11.8 per game. He is possessed of exceptional speed, quickness and ball 
handling ability for a man of his size. He is a good shot blocker. Perhaps his best game last season 
was against Mercer CC when he hit 13 of 15 shots from the floor. He scored over 1500 points in 
his high school career with a high game of 42. He was selected player of the year in Illinois. A 
National Honor Society member and a potential Rhodes scholar, Owen narrowed his choice of 
colleges to Yale, Stanford, Davidson and Maryland from more than 250 scholarship offers. His 
uncle is Deputy Chief of Police for Washington, D.C., and his mother is the Producer-Director for 
Educational Television in the city of Chicago. He wants to enter criminal law. He is expected to 
see some starting service this year. 



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23 

VARICK CUTLER 

6-7,205, 19, Sophomore 
North Tanawanda, New York 

REACH: 101 inches 





Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM 

16 109 224 .487 25 



FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
40 .625 134 33-0 243 15.2 



Even with a slow start in 1971-72 Varick became one of the top offensive threats for last 
year's freshmen. He finished with 243 points for a 15.2 average hitting on 49 percent of his shots. 
His best game was against Lehigh when he scored 22 points and pulled down 17 rebounds. He 
finished as the third leading rebounder. He was a high school Ail-American and was twice an all 
New York selection. He scored over 1200 points and averaged over 23 ppg. His high game was 38 
points and he averaged 28 points as a senior. During his senior year he shot 58 percent from the 
floor and 80 percent from the line. Over 200 colleges expressed interest in the talented 
lefthander. He is a good ball handler and jumper with excellent speed who works hard on 
defense. Possessed of a warm personality, Varick enjoys working with people and would like to 
become a criminal psychologist after graduation. He is a member of the Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. 



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41 
LEN ELMORE 

6-9, 232, 20, Junior 
Springfield Gardens, New York 

REACH: 106 inches 






GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


5 


22 


39 


.564 


11 


16 


.688 


47 


12-0 


55 


11.0 


Sophomore 


32 


126 


273 


.462 


95 


126 


.754 


351 


83-3 


347 


10.8 



Len is a tremendous athlete who makes great contributions on and off the court. He was the 
co-recipient of the team MVP award last year as he averaged 1 1 points and 1 1 rebounds a game 
for the Terrapins. His best game was against Duquesne when he scored 27 points and captured 17 
rebounds. He also got 17 rebounds against Syracuse in the NIT quarterfinals. He was the leading 
rebounder in 22 of Maryland's 32 games. He is an exceptional defensive player and shot blocker, 
but also is an efficient scorer having hit on 46 percent of his field goals and 75 percent of his free 
throws. He saw limited action as a freshman but he was the team MVP and selected as one of the 
"Ten Top High School Scholar-Athletes" in America by Coach and Athlete Magazine while 
playing for Jack Kuhnert at Power Memorial. He was a National Honor Society member and 
qualified for New York State Regents and National Merit scholarships in high school and is 
currently active in the N.Y. Police Athletic League and the University's PACE community action 
group. He is a pre-law major and was Sport Magazine's athlete of the month in August. 

(See page 55 for 1971-72 honors) 



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21 

BILLY HAHN 

5-10, 155, 19, Sophomore 
Mishawaka, Indiana 

REACH; 92 inches 





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

Freshman 16 53 108 .491 39 51 .765 43 37-1 145 9.1 



Bill Hahn proved during his freshman year that he is more than capable of handling the 
difficult point position in Lefty Driesell's game plan. An efficient shooter who connected on 49 
percent of his field goals and 77 percent of his free throws, Bill is usually more inclined to run 
the offense and hand out assists. He finished his first year with a total of 116 assists. He still 
averaged 9.1 points per game. He served as captain of his high school team for two seasons and 
set the school scoring record with 46 points in one game. He was the president of the student 
council and a member of the National Honor Society. He served as Hoosier Boys State 
Representative. He also played baseball and ran cross country in high school. A very strong math 
student, Bill hopes to teach and coach after graduation. An exceptional free throw shooter, Bill is 
extremely quick and has an uncanny ability to hit the open man. He plays the hard nosed type of 
defense which Lefty Driesell must get from his point man. He is the first Maryland player from 
basketball rich Indiana. 



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24 
MAURICE HOWARD 

6-2, 170, 19, Freshman 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

REACH; 97 inches 




Maurice Howard is an exceptional ball handler who is expected to see considerable action this 
year at the wing position. He is an accurate shooter from up to 20 feet, but he has the speed and 
moves to penetrate effectively. He has good court sense and is effective at hitting the open man. 
He was selected as Philadelphia area player-of-the-year for 1971-72 while playing for St. Joseph's 
Prep. He led St. Joseph's in scoring for the past two years with a 21.5 average and was a three 
year all-city selection. He received both the Herb Good Catholic League Player-of-the-year award 
and the Markward Outstanding Player Award. He was honored by his Pennsylvania teammates in 
the Dapper Dan game by being selected as team captain. He was chosen as a high school 
All-American by both Parade Magazine and Scholastic Coach. He is described by Jim Maloney 
who recruited Howard for Maryland as one of the finest guard prospects in last year's graduating 
class. 



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15 

JOHN LUCAS 

6-4, 175, 18, Freshman 
Durham, North Carolina 

REACH: 96 inches 





John Lucas is a tremendous athlete who is expected to be a great asset to the Terrapins at the 
point position this season. He is described by Lefty Driesell as a tremendous competitor, a 
winner, and a money ball player. He has amazing quickness and is an outstanding passer, 
defensive player and a great shooter. He has the uncanny ability to get off a shot with two or 
three men around him. During his senior year at Durham's Hillside High School he averaged 34.5 
ppg hitting on 55.7 percent of his field goals and 79.9 percent of his free throws. He broke Pete 
Maravich's North Carolina scoring record. He averaged 26 and 20 ppg in his junior and 
sophomore years respectively. John was contacted by 401 colleges and narrowed his choice to 
seven before choosing Maryland. Besides his basketball accomplishments, John is a member of 
the junior Davis Cup tennis team and was rated as one of the top scholastic players in the nation. 
John was an honor roll student in high school. He scored 31 points in this year's North Carolina 
All-Star game. 



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54 
TOM McMILLEN 

6-11,213, 20, Junior 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania 

REACH; 109 inches 




GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 

Freshman 16 178 285 .625 113 125 .904 

Sophomore 32 235 428 .549 197 241 .817 



REBS PFDSQ PTS AVG 
247 48-2 468 29.3 

306 67-3 667 20.8 



Tom McMillen is an athlete whose talents definitely include, but are not limited to, basketball. 
Of the 20 individual game and season highs last year, Tom held 15 and set 10 new Maryland 
records. He is now the all time season scorer with 667 points. He was the top scorer 23 times and 
top rebounder nine times. His top game was against Canisius when he scored 33 points and 
grabbed 19 rebounds. As a freshman he scored 48 points against Georgetown and pulled down 31 
rebounds against West Virginia. He was an All-American and named National Scholar Athlete by 
the National Education Association while in high school. He is the all time Pennsylvania scoring 
leader. He was the first high school player to have his jersey retired to the basketball hall of fame. 
He is a member of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports and served as the 
regional director of the Alsac charity drive. He was a member of the 1972 United States Olympic 
Basketball Team. He received only one B in four years of high school and is currently an A 
student in pre-med at the University. On and off the court, Tom is more than a credit to 
Maryland basketball. 

(See page 55 for 1971-72 honors) 



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44 

JIM O'BRIEN 

6-8, 202, 21, Senior 
Falls Church, Virginia 

REACH: 109 inches 







GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


16 


182 


378 


.481 


117 


142 


.824 


262 


59-2 


481 


30.1 


Sophomore 


21 


104 


252 


.413 


134 


171 


.784 


164 


77-3 


342 


16.3 


Junior 


32 


160 


344 


.465 


75 


95 


.790 


168 


74-0 


395 


12.3 



Jim has been a dependable scorer for Maryland for the last two seasons. He led the team in 
scoring as a sophomore (16.3 ppg) and finished second last year (12.3). He is already a member 
of Maryland's top 20 all time scorers. He will probably always be remembered for his last second 
field goal against then second ranked South Carolina which gave Maryland the victory during his 
sophomore year. Last year his season high was 20 points against St. Johns. He averaged nearly 14 
ppg in tournament play last season. His sophomore high was 25 against Duke and as a freshman 
he averaged 31.4 ppg hitting 40 against George Washington. He was an All-American at Jeb Stuart 
high school. He is an excellent ball handler for his size and finished as the third leading rebounder 
and second leading assist man on last year's squad. He was the leading scorer four times last year 
and the leading rebounder twice. He was troubled by a bleeding ulcer as a sophomore but put on 
weight before last season and has had no recurrence of the problem. He is considered a definite 
pro prospect. 



(See page 55 for 1971-72 honors) 



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10 
RICH PORAC 

6-0, 178, 20, Junior 
Monroeville, Pennsylvania 

REACH: 90 inches 




GAMES FGM FGA PCX FTM 

Freshman 16 75 143 .524 35 

Sophomore 29 28 59 .340 29 



FTA PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

50 .700 22 25-0 185 11.6 

37 .784 17 31-0 75 2.6 



Although Rich saw limited action during the 1971-72 campaign, he did get into 29 ballgames 
and recorded 66 assists. An excellent ball handler and defensive player at the point position, his 
season high was 12 points in Maryland's nine point win over Canisius. As a freshman he averaged 
11.6 points and 11 assists a game and set a Maryland freshman record with 19 assists against 
Virginia. He was a 52 percent shooter from the floor as a freshman and hit 78 percent of his free 
throws last year finishing as the third best free throw shooter on the squad. He is expected to 
challenge for the starting slot at the point this year. A National Honor student. Rich captained 
his high school team to a 19-3 record and league championship, scoring 18 points a game. He 
scored 950 points at Gateway where he played for Art Betts. He plays the accordion, sings in the 
choir and likes to work on the trampoline. He is a Pre-'Dentistry major. 



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TOM ROY 

6-9,210, 19, Sophomore 
South Windsor, Connecticut 

REACH: 107 inches 





Freshman 



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

16 99 190 .521 68 109 .624 203 62-8 266 16.6 



Tom Roy came to Maryland as perhaps the most sought after high school player of his class. 
He didn't disappoint in his freshman season. He was the second leading scorer for the frosh 
scoring 266 points for a 16.6 ppg average. He was the leading rebounder with 203 for a 12.7 
average. He hit 52 percent from the floor and showed the physical capabilities and natural talent 
to be a potent force inside for the Terrapins. His high game was 37 points against Vilianova and 
his high rebound production was 25 against Georgetown. He scored 20 or more points five times 
and pulled down at least 10 rebounds ten times. He was Parade Magazine Player-of-the-Year in 
high school and is the all time New England scoring leader with 2501 points for his career. His 
high was 60 points (26 of 28 from the floor and eight of 11 from the line). A four year team 
captain, he led his school to two state championships. He was voted on the All-American 
Academic Cum Laude team. Tom would like a career in professional basketball. He is expected to 
be a frequent starter for the Terrapins this year. 



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22 
JAP TRIMBLE 

6-3, 181,20, Junior 
New York, New York 

REACH: 100 inches 




GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM 

Freshman 16 140 267 .524 40 

Sophomore 30 85 160 .531 26 



FTA PCT REBS PF DSQ PTS AVG 

62 .645 88 37-0 320 20.0 

48 .542 66 53-0 196 6.5 



Despite seeing action less than half of the time in the 1971-72 season, Jap turned in a 
remarkable performance. He was the third best shooter on the squad scoring 6.5 ppg while hitting 
53 percent of his field goals. As freshman, his high game was 37 points against Virginia. He 

averaged 20 ppg as a freshman. He was a National Honor Society student and high school 
Ail-American while playing for Jack Kuhnert at New York's Power Memorial. While playing at 
Power his team was ranked number one in the nation. His career high was 40 points. He has been 
troubled by a knee injury, but when the knee is strong, he is one of the best one-on-one players 
in the nation. He has the quickness and jumping ability to be an outstanding defensive player. He 
is a sociology major and wants to become an FBI agent after graduation. 



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DONALD WHITE 

6-4, 179, 20, Sophomore 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 

REACH: 98 inches 





Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 

15 105 221 .475 39 56 .696 



REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

54 48-1 249 16.6 



Perhaps the most pleasant surprise for last year's freshman was the play of Pittsburgh native 
Donald White. An excellent jump shooter who came to Maryland with a reputation as an 
offensive player he surprised the coaching staff with solid defensive play and great ball handling 
ability. Offensively he hit for 16.6 ppg connecting on 48 percent of his shots from the floor. His 
high game was 27 points against PHIBLANT. He was an honorable mention Ail-American, an 
All-State selection and the outstanding scholar athlete of the school while playing at Penn Hall 
Academy. He averaged 24 points per game and had a high of 47 while amassing a total of 1644 
points. He was chosen as the MVP of the Dapper Dan All Star game. A good leaper, Don has 
catlike quickness, good range and a quick release. A fashion conscious dresser, Donald graduated 
seventh in his class and plans a career in social work after graduation. He is expected to see 
considerable action at a wing position this year. 



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13 
HOWARD WHITE 

6-0, 160, 22, Senior 
Hampton, Virginia 

REACH: 95 inches 




GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 

Freshman 16 146 297 .492 49 64 .766 

Sophomore 25 157 363 .433 75 107 .701 

Junior 32 121 280 .432 47 71 .662 



REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

41 31-0 341 21.3 

74 41-1 389 15.6 

72 53-1 289 9.0 



Howard has excelled for two years as the starting point man for Lefty Driesell. A fine shooter 
and hard working defensive player, he led last year's team with 93 assists. His high point 
production last year was 26 against Brown in the season opener. He scored 38 points against 
South Carolina in Columbia as a sophomore and followed that with 33 against Georgetown. His 
high as a freshman was 34 against George Washington. He was an Ail-American at Hampton's 
Kecoughtan High and was MVP and captain of the team. A surprisingly good jumper, Howard 
pulled down six rebounds against Western Kentucky last season. Howard is troubled with a knee 
injury which he received in high school and underwent pre-season surgery. He has been able to 
play with the injury before, however, and a healthy Howard White is a major scoring threat 
especially in one-on-one situations. Despite his knee he is expected to play a major role in 
Maryland's success this year. His ability to perform in the clutch was shown by his lOplusppg 
average in post season tournament play last year. 

(See page 55 for 1971-72 honors) 



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ASSISTANT COACHES 







JIM MALONEY 

Jim Maloney is a man with a mission ... a mission of helping Maryland climb to the 
top rung of the collegiate basketball ladder. 

Jim is a winner, and has the record to prove it. His six-year record for high 
school and college prior to coming to Maryland was an amazing 126-47. His 1965 
Lockport, N.Y. High School team posted a brilliant 20-1 ledger and won the 
Niagara Frontier and Western New York Championship (the first championship in 
school history). 

Niagara University beckoned the Philadelphia, Pa. native, and Maloney re- 
sponded by taking the Purple Eagles to a winning season. Just a year before 
Maloney arrived, Niagara had posted a dismal 4-21 slate. 

A star guard for the Purple Eagles in his playing days, Jim finished as the eighth highest scorer in Niagara history, and served 
as co-captain of the team his senior year. 

A shooting whiz in college, Jim now teaches the Terp players the finer points of offense. He recruited and coached all-time 
college great Calvin Murphy for Niagara. 

A man on the move 365 days a year, Jim is a master recruiter. Coach Driesell says of Maloney: "Jim is one of the finest 
recruiters in the nation. He's a tireless worker, and his knowledge of the game is tremendous. I never hesitate to ask his advice 
on certain strategy or techniques." 

Active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the CYO, Jim is a devoted family man. Married to the former Barbara 
Ann Marrone, the Maloneys are the parents of four children : Peter (9), Paul (7), Sarah (5), and Chris (4). 

"My goal is for Maryland to win the National Championship. I try to recruit the type of individual who possesses the 
qualities of greatness— he must be dedicated both on the court and in the classroom. 

Attitude and teamwork are so important. I don't want to coach selfish players. I feel championship teams are molded by 
young men who want to be winners in life as well as on the basketball court. 

I love my work— both recruiting and coaching. One of the reasons I came to Maryland was to accept the challenge here. I 
respect both Coach Driesell and Athletic Director Jim Kehoe. Both men are dedicated in their ambitions to make Maryland 
number one. 

Coach Driesell demands a lot, but he also commands the respect of our staff and the team. We're a cohesive, compatible 
staff with one goal— to make Maryland number one!" 




JOE HARRINGTON 

The youngest member of the Maryland coaching staff at 26, Joe Harrington has 
already put together impressive coaching credentials. As the head coach of last 
year's freshman team, he guided the Terrapins to a 12-4 record which included a 
win over the highly regarded George Washington frosh. He feels this year's 
sophomores will add a great deal to making this year's varsity one of the strongest 
teams in the nation. 

A fundamentally sound player when he performed for Maryland in 1965-67, he 
also serves as organizer and coordinator of the Maryland Summer Basketball School 
for young players. 

In addition to his on-court duties he is charged with all phases of the basketball department academic guidance program. He 
is especially proud of the fine grade point average maintained by the Maryland players. 

The only Maryland graduate on the staff, Harrington is also a member of the Department of Physical Education where he 
serves as assistant Director of Intramurals. He will receive his Master's degree in P.E. this year. 

Coach Driesell says of Harrington, "Joe is a fundamentally sound coach. Since he has been with me at Maryland he has been 
instrumental in the recruitment of several players including Tom McMillen and John Lucas. He is one of the brightest young 
coaches in the nation today." 

He is married to the former Ann Schopfer, a second year law student at the Maryland Law School. 



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TIM AUTRY 

The newest member of the Maryland staff is North Carolina native Tim Autry. 

Delaware "Coach of the Year" last season, Autry's teams have compiled a 
143-52 record for the last nine years. During the past three years as the coach at 
Wilmington High, Autry won 46 of 62 games, captured the conference champion- 
ship in 1970-71 and the State championship last season. He was vice-president of 
the Coaches Association in Delaware and was selected to coach the first Delaware 
Senior All-Star game. 

He is a graduate of Winston-Salem State College where he captained the football 

team in addition to playing basketball. Following graduation he continued graduate 

studies at North Carolina A&T. He coached at Frederick Douglas High in Elm City, N.C. for two years before moving to 

Trenton as coach at Jones High. While at Trenton his teams won two conference championships, gained him "Coach of the 

Year" honors in 1968-69 and won 61 of 83 games. 

He says, "I am looking forward to working with coach Driesell and his staff. Maryland is a blue chip university and has a lot 
to offer young athletes and scholars. Maryland is nationally known both athletically and scholastically and I feel it is the ideal 
university for young scholar-athletes." 

Driesell says of Autry, "I was very impressed with his record as a coach but I was even more impressed with him as an 
individual. He is very capable, knows his basketball and will be an excellent recruiter for Maryland. We are lucky to find a 
coach of his capability." 

Autry, 34, is married to the former Shirley Langston of Kinston, N.C, who is a graduate of Fayetteville State. 




CHARLIE BLANK-GRADUATE ASSISTANT 

Charlie Blank will serve as coach of the Maryland junior varsity this season. 

A distributive education major at Maryland, Charlie wants to go into teaching and 
coaching. A keen student of the game while starting for the Terrapins for two seasons. Blank 
is described by Driesell as a great coaching prospect. 

One of the most unselfish players to play for Driesell at Maryland, he received several 
awards for his contribution to the team last season although he saw only limited game 
action. 

He was a three sport captain in high school, he received all-state recognition in football 
and basketball as well as All-South Jersey honors in basketball. 



JACK NEAL-STUDENT ASSISTANT 

Expected to be of great assistance to the Maryland Basketball program is senior Jack Neal. 

A tireless worker as a player last year, he never failed to give 100 percent in practice 
although he seldom saw game action. He is expected to give just such an effort in his current 
position. 

Another player who wants to go into coaching after graduation, he feels that he will gain 
valuable experience and be of more help to the team as a coach than as a player. 

He will handle scouting and practice duties for the varsity and junior varsity. 




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JOHN W. "JACK" ZANE 
(Maryland '60) 



Sports 

Information 
Director 




Since assuming the position of SID in August of 1969 Jack 
Zane has been charged with publicizing the mushrooming 
Maryland athletic program. 

With a nationally ranked basketball program and a fast 
improving football team, Maryland is now covered by daily 
and weekly papers with a circulation of over 5.4 million. In 
addition to newspaper coverage, Maryland has received 
extensive national magazine attention in both sports. 

Before graduating from Maryland with a B.S. in journalism, 
Jack served for three years as a student assistant to Joe Blair 
(now Public Relations Director for the Washington Redskins). 
After receiving his degree he served for two years as a full time 
assistant to Blair before moving to George Washington where 
he held the SID position for six years. 

Jack is a member of CoSida, the Football Writers and 
Basketball Writers of America, the Sports Reporters 
Association of Baltimore and ACC Sports Writers. He is also a 
member of the Touchdown Club of Washington and the 
Maryland chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. 

A graduate of Southern High in Lothian, he is a native of 
Maryland and served four and a half years in the Navy before 
enrolling at the University. 

He is married to the former Judy Allen of Fayetteville, 
W.Va., a graduate of the George Washington University. 



RUSS POTTS 

(Maryland '64) 



Sports 

Promotions 
Director 



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Since returning to the University Russ Potts has been one 
of the main architects of the dynamic growth of Maryland 
athletics. 

Charged with the promotion of the Maryland athletic 
program, Russ first attacked the problem of radio and 
television exposure for the Terps. From a humble beginning of 
one radio station he has now constructed one of the largest 
radio networks in the nation. This year's network lineup 
includes 36 stations which range from Charlottesville, Va. to 



Wellsboro, Pa. WBAL Baltimore and WMAL Washington give 
Maryland two of the strongest stations on the east coast. 

Fifteen Maryland basketball games will be televised in the 
Washington-Baltimore area including two which will also be 
aired nationally and six that will be aired regionally. Maryland 
now boasts the most extensive home basketball television 
coverage of any school in the nation. 

This year the University will also have the most elaborate 
college scoreboard system in the nation with magic message 
boards in both football and basketball. The scoreboard system 
was financed entirely by ad revenue. 

Russ, a 1964 graduate of Maryland, was named to the 
Outstanding Young Men in America editon of 1966. He was 
the winner of two first place sportswriting awards while the 
sports editor of the Winchester (Va.) Star. A native of 
Winchester, Russ also served as the Director of the 
Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in 1969-70. 

Russ is married to the former Emily Ann Strite. They have 
two daughters, Kristi, 4 and Katie, 2. 



TOM FIELDS 
(Maryland '42) 



Director, 
Maryland 
Educational 
Foundation 




One of the most important cogs in the Maryland Athletic 
Machine is the Maryland Educational Foundation, and its 
popular Executive Director, Tom Fields. 

Tommy Fields is a familiar name in Maryland athletic 
annals. A former Terp track All- American, Tom returned to 
his alma mater to assume his present position as head of the 
growing foundation that supports Maryland athletics. 

After two years at the helm, the foundation has grown to a 
membership in excess of 700 and an annual contribution 
figure in excess of $180,000. That's quite a significant step 
from $33,000 2 years ago. 

Fields, a retired Colonel in the United States Marine Corps, 
joined the Corps in 1942. He compiled a brilliant military 
career, serving in combat in Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, 
Bougainville, Iwo Jima, Korea, and Vietnam. 

He was decorated for outstanding heroism at Iwo Jima, and 
holds a host of other medals and honors for serving in Korea 
and Vietnam. 

A winner of the coveted 'Maryland Ring', given to the 
outstanding Maryland senior athlete. During his All-American 
running days in Terpland, Tom clocked the nation's best 
collegiate 1,000-yard time, and was the Southern Conference 
mile, two-mile, and cross-country champion, and ran on two 
Championship of America Relay teams in the Penn Relays. 

'A Maryland Man' all the way, Tom is dedicated to bringing 
Maryland back on top. 

To compete with the nation's premier football and 
basketball powers, the Foundation must continue to grow. 
Tom Fields is the man to insure that growth. 



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LEN ELMORE, U. OF MARYLAND 



Over the past decade sociologists hove explained to us in 
stark detail the plight of blacks in America. Urban blacks, 
they fell us are poor; formal schooling is merely a legal 
obligation for kids whose most exacting trials take place in 
open-air classrooms, on asphalt, playing the "city game"— 
basketball. 

len Elmore, 6-9, 230-pound junior center at the University 
of Marylond, can't fit that facile stereotype. Elmore was 
born in the same New York City borough that nurtured 
Connie Hawkins, among others, but he didn't play a serious 
gome of basketball until he was in the tenth grade. "I never 
lived in the ghetto," he says. "My father works for the De- 
partment of Sanitation; our neighborhood was middle income. 
There was never any question in my mind that sports took 
second place to education." 

An honor student in junior high school, Elmore set his 
sights on a secondary education at Manhattan's Power Me- 
morial, a Catholic high school with a prestigious reputation 
for basketball ond scholarship. "I wanted Power Memorial 
for its academics," says Elmore. "I started playing basket- 
ball because 1 thought it would help my chances of getting in." 

But there was unexpected feedback from playing basket- 
ball at Power. There was glamor, but there were responsi- 



bilities. The summer after his freshman year, len was asked to 
work in the Police Athletic League's play-street program. 
Two summers later, Len was a play-street director. "A play- 
street," he says, "consists of one street, maybe two blocks 
long, closed off by the City to traffic between the hours of 
12 to eight. It's for the whole community, not just the kids. 
The PAL donates arts-and-crafts equipment, athletic equip- 
ment and buses for trips. We used to take the kids to Rock- 
awoy Beach and Bear Mountain State Park— places where 
normally they couldn't go 'cause they didn't have that kind of 
money." 

For the next two years at Power Memorial, Elmore starred 
both at basketball and academics, being selected for mem- 
bership in the National Honor Society. So UCLA wanted him. 
The Knicks' Bill Bradley took him to dinner and talked to him 
about Princeton. The late Adam Clayton Powell recruited him 
for Georgetown. "I got this one" letter from a school in Las 
Vegas," Len recalls. "They promised to sponsor nie in any 
law school in the country and get me a $100,000 job with 
the Hughes Tool Company there." 

That $100,000 offer hod to be sweetened with the promise 
of low school. Even as far back as high school, Elmore had 
decided to enter the legal profession. "1 plan on taking my 
degree back to the community," Len soys now. "1 plan to 
get enough money playing pro ball to set myself up with a 
law practice where 1 won't hove to depend on legal fees 
in order to eat. You see," he odds, "blacks don't have a 
voice in the system, because the only language the system 
understands is legal language. And there aren't enough 
black lawyers." 

In his freshman year at Maryland, Elmore first broke an 
ankle, then suffered a busted kneecap and a torn tendon. 
To relieve his depression, he signed on as a part-time tutor 
at a Washington, D.C. elementary school. In '71-72, as a 
sophomore center, a healthy Elmore established himself as a 
pro prospect, playing— along with Tom McMillen— a crucial 
role as Maryland reached the finals of the ACC tournament 
and won the NIT tournament in Madison Square Garden, 
beating along the way Jacksonville and Niagara. Tough 
under the boards according to Boston GM Red Auerboch: 
"Elmore was the workhorse of that team." 

And when Elmore isn't on a basketball court, he's in the 
ghettoes. Working as a project leader for an organization 
of Maryland students called PACE, he's currently prodding 
the state and community to join forces to renovate the athletic 
field of a junior high school in Maryland Pork, Maryland. 
"We're trying to start some interaction between the children 
and the community," he says. "So we went and talked to 
community people, including the kids who'd be involved. 
After we found out their objectives, we relayed them to the 
Maryland Porks and Planning Commission, asking them to 
join our coalition." 

Next an "ecological day" was scheduled. There was music, 
a barbecue— while members of the local community and PACE 
removed the gross and garbage that littered the field. 

Next year, Elmore says, he hopes to contribute more to 
the Maryland offense than in 1971. But he's already pulled 
out all the stops in the realms of scholarship and social 
conscience. DON KOWET 



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Maryland Cheerleaders 





Locker Room Crew Jack Gable and Ronnie Fulton 



Basketball Trainer John Bush 




Announcer Jimmy Morgan 



Managers Allan Morris and Jeff Nakamura 



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Terrapin Radio Network 

Flagship Station 
WMAL, Washington 630 



F.M. 



WMSG 


Oakland, Md. 


92.1 


WCST 


Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 


93.5 


WQMC 


Charlottesville, Va. 


95.3 


WFRE 


Frederick, Md. 


99.9 


WHAG 


Hagerstown, Md. 


96.7 


WVEC 


Norfolk- Hampton, Va. 


101.3 


WFVA 


Fredericksburg, Va. 


101.5 


WEFG 


Winchester, Va. 


102.5 


WCUM 


Cumberland, Md. 


102.9 


WBOC 


Salisbury, Md. 


104.7 



A.M. 

WHPL Winchester, Va. 610 

WFMD Frederick, Md. 930 

WBOC Salisbury, Md. 960 

WAMD Aberdeen, Md. 970 

WCST Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 1010 

WMSG Oakland, Md. 1050 

WINA Charlottesville, Va. 1070 

WBAL Baltimore, Md. 1090 

WCUM Cumberland, Md. 1230 

WFVA Fredericksburg, Va. 1230 

WCEM Cambridge, Md. 1240 

WHVR Hanover, Pa. 1280 

WORK York, Pa. 1350 

WKIK Leonardtown, Md. 1370 

WHAG Hagerstown, Md. 1410 

WNAV Annapolis, Md. 1430 

WFTR Front Royal, Va. 1450 

WMPT Williamsport, Pa. 1450 

WEMD Easton, Md. 1460 

WPRW Manassas, Va. 1460 

WNBT Wellsboro, Pa. 1490 

WVEC Norfolk-Hampton, Va. 1490 

WCTR Chestertown, Md. 1530 

WSMD LaPlata, Md. 1560 

WETT Ocean City, Md. 1590 




During the 1972-73 season the University of Maryland 
Terrapins will receive unprecedented coverage on both radio 
and television. A 36 station radio network will carry all of the 
season's action and follow the Terps through any year-end 
tournament play. The flagship station for Maryland Basketball 
will be WMAL in Washington. Mai Campbell, a recipient of 
numerous broadcasting honors, will handle the play by play. 

A total of 15 games will be telecast in the Washington- 
Baltimore area. Two games will be shown on national 
television; N.C. State on January 14 and North Carolina on 
January 27. The State game will immediately preceed the 
Super Bowl. 

Six games will be carried regionally with five of those listed 
as ACC games of the week. 

The University of Maryland will have the most extensive 
coverage of home action in the nation. 

The tentative schedule, subject to alteration during the 
season is listed below. 

1972-73 TV Lineup 

NATIONAL TELEVISION 

Jan. 14-N.C. State 
Jan. 27— North Carolina 

ACC Game of the Week 

Jan. 14-N.C. State 
Jan. 27-North Carolina 
Feb. 3-at Duke 
Feb. 17— Clemson 
Feb. 24-Duke 
Mar. 3— at Virginia 

WMAL Washington 

Nov. 29— Brown 

Dec. 22— George Washington 

Jan. 9— Virginia 

Jan. 14-N.C. State 

Jan. 27-North Carolina 

Feb. 3-at Duke 

Feb. 17— Clemson 

Feb. 21— at Duquesne 

Feb. 24-Duke 

Mar. 3— at Virginia 

WJZ Baltimore 

Nov. 29— Brown 
Dec. 22— George Washington 
Jan. 9— Virginia 
-_ Feb. 14— at North Carolina 

Feb. 21— at Duquesne 

WMAR Baltimore 

Jan. 14-N.C. State 
Jan. 27-North Carolina 
Jan. 31-at N.C. State 
Feb. 17— Clemson 
Feb. 24-Duke 

WDCA 

Dec. 1 2— at Georgetown 



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UCLA Unanimous Pick Duenkel Ratings 

As Nation's Top Team 



NEW YORK, March 13 (UPI)— UCLA, which raced through 
a 26^ season, today became the unanimous choice of the 
United Press International board of coaches as the 1971-72 
collegiate basketball champion. 

The Bruins of coach Johnny Wooden, featuring an Influx 
of sophomores in their starting lineup, put themselves on a 

par with past Wooden-coached* 

teams when they became the j 

only major college to finish I season at 224 and then opened 

the season undefeated. ' the NCAA tourney with a 53-51 

North Carolina (23-4), which' "51""^ °Z'' ,T""^'*; . - . 
won the AUantic Coast Con-l iTkf i»" ' '^"' '* 

ference tournament, was sec- 
ond in the final ratings with 
279 points and Penn, the Ivy 
League chanip, was third with 
247 points. 

Fourth place went to Louis- 
ville, which won its Missouri 
Valley conference in a play- 
off with Memphis State last 
week ajid at No. 5 was South 
Carolina, which finished its 



TMm __ 

._ . ... ^^ 340 

2. North Carolina 23-4 279 

3. P«nn 23J 247 

4. Louisville 24^ 197 

"i- South Carolina . 23-4 193 

6. Long Beach State 23-3 U7 

7. Marquette . . 24-2 127 

8. Southwestern Louisiana . . 23^ «7 

9. Brlflham Your>3 21-4 50 

10. FlorWa State 24-5 S 

1 1 . Maryland 21-5 25 

12. Minnesota 17.4 3 

13. Mernphls statt 2I-* 17 

14. Kentucky 2M 13 

15. Vlllanov* 19-7 12 

14. Kansas Stata iM 11 

17. Texas-El Paso Tthi 9 

18. Marshall ^4 • 

19. (Tie) MlUOurl 2M 7 

Wttm State 17^ 7 



Final 1972 

1. UCLA 

2. North Carolina 

3. Louisville 

4. Pennsylvania 

5. Maryland 

6. Marquette 

7. Florida State 

8. South Carolina 

9. Long Beach State 

10. Kentucky 






Editorial 
Fined Rankings 



* 




Walton Heads 
UPI All-America 

United Press International's college basketball All- 
America team has a definite western flavor. The first team, 
announced yesterday, is headed by UCLA's 6-foot-ll sopho- 
more center, BiU Walton. 

Joining Walton on the first team were UCLl\ teammate 
Henry Bibby, a guard, and Long Beach State forward Ed 
Ratleff. Marguette's Jim Chones, a center, and guard Dwight 
Lamar of Southeastern Louisiana complete the team. 

Virginia's Barry Parkhill made the second team along 
with Robert McAdoo of North Carolina and Tom Rikker of 
South Carolina. Maryland's Tom McMillen was a third-team 
choice and teammate Len Elmore and American University's 
Kermit Washington made the honorable mention list with Bill 
Chamberlain and Dennis Wuyick of North Carolina and Kevin 
Joyce of South Carolina. 

UPI Basketball All-America 

Player and College Ht. Age Class Avg. 

BiU Walton, UCLA 6-11 19 Soph. 21.3 

Henry Bibby, UCLA 6-1 22 Sr. 15.8 

Dwight Lamar, SW, Louisiana 6-1 20 Jr. 36.6 

Jim Chones, Marquette 6-11 21 x-Jt. 20.9 

Ed Ratleff, Long Beach St. . 6-6 21 Jr. 21.8 

x-Turned pro with 5 games remaining in regular season. 

Second Team Third Team 

Tom Rikker, So. Carolina Henry Wilmore, Michigan 

Barry Parkhill, Virginia Tom McMillen, Marvland 

Allan Hornyak, Ohio St. Kresimir Cosic, Brig. Young 

Robert McAdoo, N. Carolina Paul Westphal, USC 

Jim Price, Louisville Brian Taylor, Princeton 



The end of the season rankings are now complete. 
Unlike the many other rankings, THE BASKETBALL 
NEWS believes in waiting until all of the px)st-season 
competition is completed. 

While UCLA is No. 1 comes as no surprise, the play of 
the Florida State U. basketball team in the post-season 
tournament earns the Seminoles the No. 2 spot. And, the 
Seminoles did earn it. 

Coach Hugh Druham called his team inconsistant during 
the regular season. But, during the Seminoles' five 
tournament games they were consistant - consistantly 
good. 

The Seminoles took conference champions from the 
Ohio Valley, the Big 10, the Southeastern and the Atlantic 
Coast before bowing to the mighty Bruins. 

And. . .until 6-1 1 Lawrence McCray picked up his third 
foul and was benched with FSU leading UCLA. 19-14, 
there was the glimmering prospect that the Pacific-8 titllsts 
might fall in an amazing upset. 

FSU did deserve No. 2 and the season-long play of North 
Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Louisville earned those schools 
the next spot. 

The post-season play also benefitted Maryland's young 
team, which rolled through the NIT after Its rigorous ACC 
competition. 

llie Terps moved up to No. 6 in the final rankings with 
Long Beach St., BYU, Jacksonville and South Carolina 
completing the Top 10. 



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TOP 20 RANKINGS 




1. 


UCLA 30-0 


II. 


S.W. Louisiana . 


. . 24-4 




Florida St 27-6 


12. 


Memphis St. . . . 


. . 21-7 




North Carolina . . . 26-5 


13. 


Houston 


. . 20-7 




Pennsylvania .... 2S-3 


14. 


Kentucky 


. . 19-7 




Louisville 26-S 


IS. 


Kansas State . . 


. . 19-9 




Maryland 27-S 


16. 


Tennessee .... 


. . 19-6 




Long Beach St. . . 2S-4 


17. 


Princeton 


. . 20-7 


8. 


Brigham Young . . 2S-S 


18. 


Providence .... 


. . 21-6 


9. 


Jacksonville 20-8 


19. 


Niagara 


. . 21-9 


0. 


So. Carolina 24-S 


20. 


Temple 


. 23-8 



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Basketball Rankings 

AP 

Team. Flnl-Placc Voles W-L Ttt. 

1. UCLA (30) 24.0 «00 

2. North Carolina 23-4 4B3 

3. Penn 24-2 468 

4. LOQisville 23-3 39t 

5. Long Beach St. 24-3 330 

6. So. Carolina 23-4 2*4 

7. Marquette .. 25-2 2M 

e. SW Louisiana 24-3 221 

9. Bngham Young 21-5 153 

10. FlorWa State 23-5 133 

11. Minnesota 17.« 101 

12. Marshall 23-4 n 

13. MeniDhis St 21-« 71 

14. Marylanti 2M It 

15. Vlllano ■- tM M 

14. Oral Roberts 25-1 SO 

17. Indiana 17-7 41 

18. Kentucky 3M K 

19. Ohio State IW J7 

20. VIrfinia J1-6 }1 

UPI 

Team. First-Place Votes WL Pts. 

1. UCLA (34) 24-0 M» 

2. North Carolina 23-< I7» 

3. Penn 23-2 « 7 

4 Louisville 24-3 1t7 

5. South Carolina 22-4 Kl 

«. Long Beach Slate 23-3 117 

7. Marquette 14-1137 

8. SW Lcvisiana S3-3 W 

9. Brieham Young 2%4 SO 

0. Florida State lU 9S 

11. Mar.vland ll-S IS 

12. MlnnesoU 17-4 >* 

13. Memphis Stale 11-4 17 

14. Kentuckty 21-5 13 

15. VUIanova 1W 11 

14, Kansas State ,11-8 11 

■7. Texas-El Paso 20-4 » 

' Marshall 23-3 t 

■9, (Tie) Missouri 21-S 7 

19. (Tie) Weber Stale 17-» 7 



50 




Maryland averaged over 13,000 fans per game at home in 1971-72. 



Last season was the year that Maryland Basketball really 
emerged as one of the focuses of the national collegiate spoti ight. 

The Terrapins had received recognition during the previous 
season with several stunning upsets and an undefeated fresh- 
man team, but Maryland was still regarded as a curiosity rather 
than a power. No more. 

Maryland's young team developed slowly throughout the 
year but, by the beginning of March, they were ready to prove 
themselves to the nation, taking four straight games to win the 
National Invitational Tournament Championship. In the final 
game against Niagara they became the first team to score 100 
points in an NIT finale. 

The Terrapins had just missed out on a bid to the NCAA 
Tournament, falling to a powerful North Carolina team by 
nine points in the finals of the Atlantic Coast Conference. 
Their performance in the NIT had proven, however, that there 
will be other NCAA appearances in Maryland's future. 

The season's accomplishments were impressive indeed. The 
27-5 record the Terps compiled was the best in the history of 
the school and the 27 victories were second only to NCAA 
champion UCLA. Maryland was one of only two schools to 
beat every team on its schedule at least once. 

All five of Maryland's losses were on the road in the 
more-than-tough Atlantic Coast Conference. In tournament 
play, they captured eight of nine contests, winning the NIT 
and Maryland Invitational, losing only the finale of the ACC 
tournament. 

All of this was accomplished against what was rated the 
tenth toughest schedule; in the nation (tougher than the 
schedule of any eventual member of the top 20). The Terps 
played a total of 1 1 games against teams which were ranked in 
the top ten at some time during last season and won eight of 
those games. 

The statistical breakdown of the Maryland performance was 
just as impressive as the won-lost record. 

Lefty Driesell has always stressed a quick, hard working 
defense as the backbone of his teams' play. The effort last 
year's squad put into building such a defense payed off in the 
tenth best defensive record in the nation. Playing in an offense 
minded league such as the ACC, and having nine games against 
top-flight competition in tournament play, this record must 
truly be classified as remarkable. 



On offense, the Terps scored over 2400 points in their 32 
games for a 76.4 ppg average. They outscored their opposition 
by an average of 10.6 points. 

Tom McMillen easily broke Gene Shue's all-time single 
season scoring mark with 667 points and Jim O'Brien moved 
into the top 15. O'Brien, Maryland's leading scorer as a 
sophomore, is already in the top 15 for career scoring with a 
full season ahead of him. 

One of the most impressive aspects of last season was 
Maryland's work on the boards. The Terrapins pulled down 
nearly 1400 rebounds to gain a 10.9 rebound per game 
advantage on their opposition. Len Elmore was the leading 
rebounder as he moved to the top of the Maryland all-time list 
with 351. McMillen was close behind moving into the fourth 
slot with 306. 

Another area of concentration in a Driesell program is 
shooting accuracy and here again the '71 -'72 Terps compiled 
an enviable record. From the floor. Bob Bodell led the way 
with a 59.8 percent figure. McMillen finished second in this 
category also as he connected on 55 percent of 428 attempts. 
Jap Trimble also finished above 50 percent as these three led 
the Terps to a 49.5 overall average. 

From the charity stripe McMillen led the way with 81.7 
percent of 241 attempts. O'Brien, Elmore, Bodell and Rich 
Porac all finished above 75 percent and the team wound up 
with an ACC record 74.6 percent mark. 

Howard White led the way in assists with 93 with O'Brien 
finishing second with 78 and Bodell third with 68. Porac 
collected 66 although he saw less action in the year. 

The team's play netted a host of school records including 
most wins, most games, best winning percentage, most points, 
most field goals, best FG percentage, most rebounds, and 
largest average and total attendance at home and combined 
home and away. 

The 17,896 fans who saw the NIT semi-final made up the 
largest crowd ever to watch Maryland play and the 15,287 
who crowded Cole Field House were the largest crowd in the 
history of the auditorium. 

There is no doubt that 1971-72 was a year of tremendous 
success for Driesell and his team, a year their fans hope will be 
a prelude to many such performances by the Maryland 
Terrapins. 



51 



MARYLAND 
FOOTBALL 



The resurgence of Maryland football is right on schedule as 
head coach Jerry Claiborne looks ahead to his second season at 
the helm of the Terrapins. 

Claiborne said of his 1972 team: 

"There is one thing you can say about our kids, they never 
quit. We are extremely proud of the way they responded to 
adversity during the season. Time and again they were behind 
and fought their way back. 

The attitude and desire on this team was truly commend- 
able but they lacked the mental toughness to be a great team. 
We made too many mistakes, especially in the first half, and 
this cost us several victories. Eliminating those mistakes is a 
matter of experience and mental discipline and we are sure 
that another year of winter program and spring and early fall 
practices will make us more mentally tough in the coming 
season." 

Claiborne will have a wealth of talent returning from the 
1972 squad as well as the possibility of adding several 
blue-chip prospects in next year's freshman class. In addition 
several transfers are expected to lend added depth after sitting 
out the '72 season to qualify for varisty competition. 

The returning lettermen are especially deep at the skill 
positions. On defense, four juniors who saw extensive action 
in the secondary return. Bob Smith, Ken Schroy and Pat Ulam 
were all starters during the season and Joe Younge saw 
considerable playing time. 

At linebacker all four men who saw more than limited 
action return. Up front, the top seven players from tackle to 
tackle are back including standouts Paul Vellano, Randy 
White, David Visaggio and Ken Scott. 

At defensive end, Jim Flyzik and Rick Marquart both saw 
considerable action in 1972 but the positions remain open. 

The Maryland defense made great defensive strides as last 
season went by. This year the Terrapins should have one of the 
top defenses in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On offense, the primary weakness is the loss of four of five 
starters from the offensive line. Bart Purvis is the only returnee 
who started consistently. Four underclassmen did see con- 
siderable action in reserve roles and several of last year's 
freshmen showed great promise. 




HEAD COACH 
JERRY CLAIBORNE 



At quarterback, Claiborne is fortunate to have three 
exceptional candidates returning. Al Neville will be back after 
recovering from a broken collarbone suffered mid-way through 
last season. Bob Avellini will also return after proving he could 
lead the Terrapins effectively after taking over from Neville. 
Ben Kinard, a potent running threat from the position, will 
also add valuable depth. 

At running back Louis Carter and Jamie Franklin proved 
that they are two speedsters who can run with the best during 
successful sophomore years. Richard Jennings, a 9.7 sprinter 
who saw action for the varsity as a freshman, will add depth. 
LeRoy Hughes is an effective blocker and solid runner at the 
fullback slot. 

Frank Russell and Dan Bungori give Maryland two of the 
premier receivers in the ACC at what should be the most 
exciting position on the team. John Alkire and Don Weiss will 
be the leading candidates for the tight end position. 

The Terrapins may be one or two blue-chippers from being 
a national power, but, after gaining more success in 1972 than 
in the previous two years combined, 1973 should be an 
enjoyable year for Maryland football fans. 



52 




Fans crowd Byrd Stadium 




Another Maryland score 





Terps prepare to attack 



Jerry Claiborne lends his advice 



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1971-72 



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TOMMcMILLEN 

United States Olympic Team IVlember 
Helms Foundation All-American 
Basketball News All-American 
Basketball Weekly All-American (2nd team) 
Converse All-American (2nd team) 
Associated Press All-American (3rd team) 
United Press All-American (3rd team) 
AII-ACC Regular Season 
AII-ACC Tournament 
All-NIT 
All-MIT 

NIT Outstanding Player 

Academic All-American (highest average, sec- 
ond in voting to Bill Walton) 
Highest QPR in the ACC 
Third in scoring ACC-235 pts/20.8 ppg 
Third in FG Accuracy— .549 
Second in FT Accuracy— .817 
Sixth in Rebounding— 9.6 rpg 
Shared Team MVP Award 

LEN ELMORE 

AII-ACC Regular Season (2nd team) 

AII-ACC Tournament 

All-NIT Tournament 

MVP-Maryland Invitational Tournament 

All-MIT 

Shared Team MVP Award 

Top 25 in ACC Scoring-10.8 ppg 

Top 15 in ACC FG Accuracy-.462 

Sixth in ACC FT Accuracy-.754 

Third in ACC Rebounding-1 1 .0 rpg 

JIM O'BRIEN 

All-MIT 

AII-ACC Tournament 

13th ACC Scoring-12.3 ppg 

11th ACC FG Accuracy-.465 

TEAM 




HOWARD WHITE 

All-MIT 

27th ACC Scoring-9.0 ppg 

BOBBODELL 

Maryland Defensive Player of the Year 

All-MIT 

All-NIT 

Best FG Accuracy for Maryland-. 598 



Maryland Invitational Tournament Champions 
National Invitational Tournament Champions 
ACC Leading Defense-65.8 ppg (New ACC 

Record) 
ACC Leading FT Accuracy-. 746 (New ACC 

Record) 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS 



Single Game — Team 

MOST POINTS: 117 against George Washington, Dec. 1971, at Fort 

Myer 
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 bv Navy, 1926 (12-21) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 213 by Maryland and George 

Washington, Dec. 1971 (Md. 117-G.W. 96) 
FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 33 by Maryland & Navy 

1926 (Md. 21 - Navy 12) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 47 against George Washington, Dec. 1971, 

at Fort Myer 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENTS: 6 by Navy, 1926 
MOST FREE THROWS: 40 against North CaroUna 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: 93 against George Washington, 

Dec. 1971 (made 47) 
FEWEST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 29 against Virginia, Feb. 

1960 (made 18) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 74 agamst Penn State, Dec. 1964 
MOST FOULS: 44 against William & Mary, Feb. 1952 
MOST FOULS BY OPPONENT: 37 by North Carolina, Jan. 1953 
FEWEST FOULS: 7 against Buffalo. Jan. 1972. 

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .926 agamst Clemson, Feb. 

1962(25-27) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .642 against Western 

Kentucky, Dec. 1971 (44-67) 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 40 points against Clemson, Dec. 

1953(81-41) 

40 points against South Carohna, 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, 63 in second half against Miami (Fla.), Dec. 1970 



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: 17 by Tom McMillen against Canisius, 
Dec. 1971 (att 20) 

MOST REBOUNDS: 24 by Will Hetzel against West Virginia, Feb. 
1969) 

MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 20 by Tom McMillen against 
Canisius, Dec. 1971 (made 17) 

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: 10 by Barry Yates against 
Miami (Fla.), December 1970 

BEST FREE THROW PCT.: 1,000 (ONLY 10 or more hsted) 

Jerry Greenspan against Minnesota 1961 14-14 

Lee Brawley against North Carolina 1951 13-13 

BiU 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 Bcrnie 
Janicikiof Wake Forest, 1953(15) 
21 by Pete Brennan of North Carohna, 1958 (15) 
MOST POINTS AWAY FROM HOME: 40 by Gene Shue against 
Wake Forest, 1953. 

Season Records — Team 

MOST POINTS: 2444 in 1971-72 (32 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: 929 in 1971-72 (1877 attempts in 32 

games) 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 1877 in 1971-72 (made 929) 
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: .495 in 1971-72 (1877 

attempts-made 929 in 32 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: 1388 in 1971-72 
MOST PERSONAL FOULS: 579 in 1951-52 
FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS: 378 in 1966-67 
LARGEST ATTENDANCE: 353,436 in 1971-72 (32 games) 
LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 184,323 in 1971-72 (14 games) 

Season Records — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 667 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 games) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 237 by Gene Shue, 1953-54 (30 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 197 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 games) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 351 by Len Elmore 1971-72 (32 games) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT: .621 by Rick Wise, 1965-66 (25 games, 

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

games 69 of 79) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE; 23.3 by WiU 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: 10 by Barry Yates, 

1970-71 

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: 547 by Will Hetzel in 1967-70 (76 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 389 by Gene Shue, 1951-54 (75 games, 

526 attempts) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .477 by Rod Horst in 

1967-70(354 FG-743 FGA) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .782 by Will Heteel 1967-70 
(76 games 276 FTM-353 FTA) 

MOST REBOUNDS: 849 by Bob Kessler in 1953-56 (78 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 32 by Bob 

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



57 



VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS 1971-72 

WON 27 LOST 5 

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 



McMillen 

O'Brien 

Elmore 

White 

Bodell 

Trimble 

Brown 

Porac 

Neal 

Blank 

Cartwright 

TEAM 

TOTALS 
OPPONENTS 



GP 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBOUNDS 


ASST 


PF DSQ 


POINTS 


AVG 


32 


235 


428 


.549 


197 


241 


.817 


306(9.6) 


33 


67-3 


667 


20.8 


32 


160 


344 


.465 


75 


95 


.790 


168(5.3) 


78 


74-0 


395 


12.3 


32 


126 


273 


.462 


95 


126 


.754 


351(11.0) 


37 


83-3 


347 


10.8 


32 


121 


280 


.432 


47 


71 


.662 


72 


93 


53-1 


289 


9.0 


32 


70 


117 


.598 


64 


85 


.753 


82 


68 


55-2 


204 


6.4 


30 


85 


160 


.531 


26 


48 


.542 


66 


43 


53-0 


196 


6.5 


31 


52 


107 


.486 


25 


38 


.658 


84 


15 


41-1 


129 


4.2 


29 


28 


59 


.340 


29 


37 


.784 


17 


66 


31-0 


75 


2.6 


18 


5 


11 


.455 


8 


13 


.615 


28 


1 


11-0 


18 


1.0 


19 


7 


16 


.438 





2 


- 


16 


3 


2-0 


14 


0.7 


15 


45 


82 


.549 


20 


30 


.667 


54 
144 


6 


20-0 


110 


7.3 


32 


929 


1877 


.495 


586 


786 


.746 


1388(43.4) 


443 


490-10 


2444 


76.4 


32 


843 


1933 


.436 


417 


607 


.687 


1040(32.5) 


302 


607-30 


2107 


65.8 



ATTENDANCE SUMMARY 



Games Total Att. 

At Home 14 184,323 

On the Road 18 168,1 13 

All Games 32 352,436 



Average 
13,166 (New Maryland Record) 
9,340 
11,014 (New Maryland Record) 



Largest Crowd: 17,896 ag Jacksonville in Madison Square Garden, semi-final of NIT (New Maryland Record) 
Largest Home Crowd: 15,287 ag North Carolina (New Maryland Record) 



VARSITY-GAME BY GAME SCORING-1971-72 



MD. 


OPPONENT 


ATTENDANCE 


100 


Brown 


83 


Home 


14,303 


118 


George Washington 


96 


Away 


3,000 


57 


Virginia 


78 


Away 


8,250 


79 


Georgetown 


46 


Home 


12,200 


86 


Canisius 


77 


Home 


12,400 


73 


Loyola 


60 


Away 


4,000 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 


Away 


2,267 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


(VIIT 


12,500 


90 


St. John's 


69 


MIT 


12,953 


83 


N. estate 


70 


Home 


14,322 


61 


Clemson 


63 


Away 


8,000 


49 


Wake Forest 


46 


Away 


7,000 


85 


Navy 


60 


Away 


2,386 


82 


Buffalo 


58 


Home 


12,600 


72 


North Carolina 


92 


Away 


8,800 


66 


N. estate 


65 


Away 


1 1 ,700 


77 


Duke 


58 


Home 


14,585 


85 


Duquesne 


71 


Home 


14,025 


78 


Long Island Univ. 


60 


Away 


6,727 


79 


North Carolina (ot) 


77 


Home 


15,287 


67 


Clemson 


57 


Home 


12,148 


76 


Richmond 


61 


Home 


10,300 


59 


Duke 


68 


Away 


8,600 


64 


Wake Forest (ot) 


56 


Home 


12,500 


45 


Virginia 


42 


Home 


14,200 


54 


Clemson 


52 


ACC 


15,362 


62 


Virginia 


57 


ACC 


15,362 


64 


North Carolina 


73 


ACC 


15,362 


67 


St. Joseph's 


55 


NIT 


9,532 


71 


Syracuse 


65 


NIT 


9,201 


91 


Jacksonville 


77 


NIT 


17,896 


100 


Niagara 


69 


NIT 


14,668 



Md. Top Scorer Md. Top Rebounder 



26 White 


10 


McMillen 


35 McMillen 


13 


McMillen 


13 O'Brien 


8 


McMillen 


32 McMillen 


9 


Elmore 


33 McMillen 


19 


McMillen 


17 White 


11 


McMillen 


17 Elmore 


14 


Elmore 


15 O'Brien 


14 


Elmore 


20 O'Brien 


18 


Elmore 


22 McMillen 


16 


Elmore 


23 McMillen 


9 


Elmore 


17 McMillen 


11 


Elmore 


19 O'Brien 


15 


Elmore 


29 McMillen 


9 


Elmore & O'Brien 


20 McMillen 


13 


McMillen 


22 McMillen 


15 


Elmore 


29 McMillen 


12 


Elmore 


27 Elmore 


17 


Elmore 


27 McMillen 


16 


Elmore & McMillen 


27 McMillen 


11 


Elmore 


23 McMillen 


10 


McMillen 


25 McMillen 


12 


Elmore 


19 Elmore 


10 


Elmore 


21 McMillen 


14 


Elmore 


17 McMillen 


13 


McMillen 


16 McMillen 


5 


Bodell 


17 McMillen 


13 


Elmore 


18 McMillen 


9 


Elmore 


22 McMillen 


10 


O'Brien 


25 McMillen 


17 


Elmore 


25 McMillen 


14 


Elmore 


19 McMillen & Bodell 


15 


Elmore 



58 



VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS-1971-72 



SEASON RECORDS-TEAM 

MOST WINS: 27 (old record 23) 

MOST GAMES PLAYED: 32 (old record 30 in 1953-54) 

WINNING PERCENTAGE: .844 (27-5) (old record .824 in 1925-26 

(14-3) 
MOST POINTS SCORED: 2444 (old record 2049 in 1968-69) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 929 (old record 782 in 1968-69 in 1842 

attempts) 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 1877 (old record 1842 in 1968-69) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .495 (old record .459 in 

1965-66) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 1388 (old record 11 78 in 1954-55) 
LARGEST TOTAL ATTENDANCE: 353,436 for 32 games (old record 

273,553 for 26 games) 
LARGEST AVERAGE ATTENDANCE: 11,045 for 32 games (old 

record 10,521 for 26 games) 
LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 184,323 for 14 games (old record 

180,842 for 15 games) 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,166 for 14 games 

(old record 12,056 14 games) 



SEASON-INDIVIDUAL 

MOST POINTS: 667 by Tom McMillen NEW MARYLAND RECORD 

MOST REBOUNDS: 351 by Len Elmore NEW MARYLAND RECORD 

HIGHEST AVERAGE: 20.8 by Tom McMillen 

MOST FGM: 235 by Tom McMillen 

MOST FGA: 428 by Tom McMillen 

BEST FG PCT: .598 by Bob Bodell 

MOST FTM: 197 by Tom McMillen NEW MARYLAND RECORD 

MOST FTA: 241 by Tom McMillen 

BEST FT PCT: .817 by Tom McMillen 

MOST ASSISTS: 93 by Howard White 



SINGLE GAME-TEAM 

MOST POINTS: 117 ag GWU (47 FG-23 FT) NEW MARYLAND 

RECORD 
MOST POINTS BY TWO TEAMS: 213 Maryland 117 GWU 96 NEW 

MARYLAND RECORD 
MOST FGM: 47 ag GWU (att 93) 
MOST FGA: 93 ag GWU (made 47) 
BEST FG PCT: .642 ag Western Kentucky in MIT (44/67) NEW 

MARYLAND RECORD 
MOST FTM: 29 ag North Carolina 
MOST FTA: 41 ag North Carolina 

BEST FT PCT: .900 ag North Carolina in ACC Tournament (18/20) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 64 ag Niagara in NIT 
MOST POINTS IN ONE HALF: 61 in 1st half ag GWU 
MOST FOULS: 29 ag North Carolina 
FEWEST FOULS: 7 ag Buffalo NEW MARYLAND RECORD 



SINGLE GAME-INDIVIDUAL 

MOST POINTS: 35 by McMillen ag GWU (14 FG-7 FT) 

MOST REBOUNDS: 19 by McMillen ag Canisius 

MOST ASSISTS: 12 by Porac ag Canisius 

MOST FGA: 20 by McMillen ag North Carolina State and Duke 

MOST FGM: 14 by McMillen ag GWU (16 att) 

MOST FTA: 20 by McMillen ag Canisius (made 17) NEW MARYLAND 

RECORD 
MOST FTM: 17 by McMillen ag Canisius (att 20) NEW MARYLAND 

RECORD 
MOST POINTS IN ONE HALF: 27 by McMillen in first half ag GWU 
BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 14/16 by McMillen ag GWU 
BEST FT PERFORMANCE: 7/7 by White ag Virginia in ACC 

Tournament 
MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 36 by Arnie Berman of Brown 



MARYLAND VARSITY GAME BY GAME STATISTICS-POINTS SCORED & (REBOUNDS) 



























Halftime 




McMillen 


O'Brien 


Elmore 


White 


Cartwright 


Trimble 


Bodell 


Porac 


Brown 


Neal 


Blank 


Score 


Brown (100-83) 


16(10) 


15(8) 


13(2) 


26(3) 


8(3) 


17(5) 


2(1) 


1(1) 


2(1) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


49-33 


Geo. Washington (117-96) 


35(13) 


9(6) 


9(7) 


12(0) 


18(6) 


11(1) 


6(2) 


4(1) 


9(5) 


2(1) 


2(1) 


61-39 


Virginia (57-78) 


4(8) 


13(4) 


10(6) 


5(1) 


9(0) 


7(0) 


2(0) 


5(1) 


2(0) 


_ 


— 


29-42 


Georgetown (79-46) 


32(8) 


14(4) 


12(9) 


8(4) 


4(6) 


0(0) 


4(0) 


2(0) 


0(4) 


1(1) 


2(1) 


32-22 


Canisius (86-77) 


33(19) 


19(4) 


8(6) 


2(2) 


12(5) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


12(0) 


0(2) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


40-38 


Loyola (73-60) 


7(11) 


15(5) 


3(9) 


17(3) 


12(8) 


— 


13(5) 


6(0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


32-35 


Holy Cross (102-79) 


13(6) 


13(6) 


17(14) 


7(4) 


8(3) 


15(4) 


16(5) 


4(0) 


5(1) 


2(1) 


2(2) 


46-38 


West. Kentucky (103-67) 


14(8) 


15(3) 


13(14) 


11(6) 


6(4) 


12(2) 


2(3) 


10(0) 


11(7) 


5(6) 


4(3) 


43-23 


St. John's (90-69) 


17(9) 


20(3) 


7(18) 


11(2) 


6(3) 


9(7) 


8(0) 


3(0) 


9(2) 


0(2) 


0(0) 


44-32 


N.C. State (83-70) 


22(7) 


12(6) 


9(16) 


14(3) 


12(4) 


4(1) 


8(2) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


39-31 


Clemson (61-63) 


23(9) 


9(5) 


6(5) 


2(1) 


5(3) 


4(0) 


8(3) 


1(0) 


2(0) 


1(1) 


— 


34-31 


Wake Forest (49-46) 


17(7) 


15(3) 


11(11) 


2(0) 


- 


2(3) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


- 


- 


- 


24-23 


Navy (85-60) 


16(14) 


19(9) 


11(15) 


0(2) 


2(4) 


9(2) 


10(3) 


9(3) 


6(3) 


1(1) 


2(3) 


39-30 


Buffalo (82-58) 


29(6) 


14(9) 


12(9) 


4(4) 


6(3) 


15(4) 


0(0) 


0(1) 


0(2) 


2(2) 


0(1) 


35-28 


North Carolina (72-92) 


20(13) 


4(5) 


11(5) 


5(1) 


2(1) 


13(5) 


4(3) 


3(1) 


10(4) 


- 


0(0) 


36-51 


N.C. State (66-65) 


22(4) 


4(3) 


9(15) 


2(1) 


0(1) 


6(2) 


11(6) 


6(0) 


6(4) 


- 


0(0) 


38-41 


Duke (77-58) 


29(6) 


10(4) 


10(12) 


5(2) 


— 


11(3) 


4(5) 


0(0) 


6(3) 


0(5) 


2(2) 


38-20 


Duquesne (85-71) 


20(12) 


15(7) 


27(17) 


5(0) 


— 


11(2) 


3(1) 


4(2) 


0(1) 


- 


- 


37-34 


Long Island Un. (78-60) 


27(16) 


10(2) 


10(16) 


11(1) 




7(3) 


7(2) 


0(0) 


6(3) 


0(3) 


0(0) 


45-28 


No. Carolina (79-77)ot 


27(8) 


9(3) 


5(11) 


19(2) 




5(3) 


5(3) 


0(0) 


9(5) 


- 


- 


36-34 


Clemson (67-57) 


23(10) 


12(6) 


10(9) 


6(1) 




11(4) 


5(0) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


30-27 


Richmond (76-61) 


25(10) 


15(6) 


8(12) 


13(0) 




4(2) 


11(8) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


0(2) 


0(0) 


33-38 


Duke (59-68) 


16(6) 


9(4) 


19(10) 


7(1) 




4(3) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


2(0) 


- 


- 


32-35 


Wake Forest (64-56)ot 


21(12) 


10(5) 


8(14) 


12(3) 




2(1) 


11(1) 


— 


0(1) 


- 


— 


18-20 


Virginia (45-42) 


17(13) 


0(0) 


3(8) 


5(2) 




— 


6(3) 


— 


14(12) 


- 


— 


23-19 


•Clemson (54-52) 


16(4) 


8(4) 


5(4) 


13(3) 




4(3) 


6(5) 


0(1) 


2(2) 


- 


— 


22-28 


•Virginia (62-57) 


17(5) 


12(5) 


5(13) 


11(2) 




0(0) 


7(6) 


- 


10(2) 


- 


- 


38-33 


•No. Carolina (64-73) 


18(8) 


17(6) 


10(9) 


7(4) 




2(0) 


6(3) 


3(0) 


1(5) 


— 


- 


29-41 


tSt. Joseph's (67-55) 


22(6) 


14(10) 


13(9) 


10(2) 




5(3) 


3(1) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


— 


- 


30-31 


tSyracuse (71-65) 


25(16) 


14(8) 


14(17) 


4(4) 




2(0) 


10(4) 


0(0) 


2(3) 


- 


- 


35-20 


tJacksonville (91-77) 


25(12) 


12(3) 


23(14) 


15(3) 




2(0) 


3(2) 


0(3) 


9(6) 


2(1) 


0(1) 


38-31 


tNiagara (100-69) 


19(10) 


18(12) 


16(15) 


18(5) 




2(2) 


19(5) 


2(0) 


6(6) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


42-35 



•Denotes ACC Tournament 
t Denotes NIT 



59 



1971-72 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL STATISTICS 
WON 12 LOST 4 



GP FGM FGA PCX FTM FTA PCT REBOUNDS ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 



O. Brown 

Roy 

D. White 

Cutler 

Hahn 

Younge 

Headley 

D. Brown 

Casey 

Fauquier 

Jobe 

Thomas 

TEAIVl 



16 

16 

15 

16 

16 

14 

15 

9 

7 

9 

7 

8 



139 

99 

105 

109 

53 

18 

14 

8 

3 

4 

2 

3 

1 



244 

190 

221 

224 

108 

54 

40 

28 

13 

13 

13 

12 

1 



.570 
.521 
.475 
.487 
.491 
.333 
.350 
.286 
.231 
.308 
.154 
.250 



63 

68 

39 

25 

39 

23 

5 

7 

9 

6 

5 





86 

109 

56 

40 

51 

34 

11 

8 

9 

10 

7 

2 



.733 
.624 
.696 
.625 
.765 
.676 
.455 
.875 
1000 
.600 
.714 



189(11.8) 
203(12.7) 

54 
134(8.4) 

43 

27 

32 

21 

11 

18 
3 
8 

91 



26 

18 

60 

18 

116 

25 

11 





4 

5 

4 



61-6 

62-8 

48-1 

33-0 

37-1 

28-0 

21-0 

4-0 

11-1 

7-0 

5-0 

1-0 



341 

266 

249 

243 

145 

59 

33 

23 

15 

14 

9 

6 

2 



21.3 

16.6 

16.6 

15.2 

9.1 

4.2 

2.2 

2.8 

2.1 

1.6 

1.3 

0.8 



TEAIVl TOTALS 
OPPONENTS: 



558 
456 



1161 
1106 



.481 
.412 



289 
275 



423 
438 



.683 
.628 



834(52.1) 
700(43.7) 



287 
148 



318-17 
314-21 



1405 
1207 



87.8 
75.4 



TOP SCORERS 

37 by Tom Roy ag Villanova 
33 by Owen Brown ag Mercer 

Co. CC 
31 by Owen Brown ag Duquesne 
28 by Owen Brown ag George 

Washington 
27 by Owen Brown ag Baltimore 

CC 
27 by Owen Brown ag Virginia 
27 by Don White ag PHI SLANT 
26 by Owen Brown ag Villanova 
25 by Don White ag Brandy wine 
24 by Tom Roy ag Lehigh 
24 by Don White ag Georgetown 
24 by Owen Brown at George 

Washington 
23 by Owen Brown at Villanova 
23 by Owen Brown ag Lehigh 
23 by Tom Roy ag Georgetown 
22 by Owen Brown ag St. Francis 
22 by Don White at Villanova 
22 by Varick Cutler ag Lehigh 
22 by Varick Cutler at George 

Washington 
20 by Varick Cutler ag Mercer Co. 

CC & St. Francis 
20 by Tom Roy at Villanova 
20 by Tom Roy ag PHI BLANT 



TOP REBOUNDERS 

25 by Tom Roy ag Georgetown 
18 by Owen Brown ag Baltimore 

CC 
17 by Owen Brown ag George 

Washington 
17 by Varick Cutler ag Lehigh 
16 by Tom Roy ag Virginia 
16 by Tom Roy ag Lehigh 
16 by Tom Roy ag Mercer Co. CC 
16 by Owen Brown ag Villanova 
15 by Owen Brown at Villanova 
15 by Tom Roy ag Baltimore CC 
14 by Tom Roy ag LaSalle 
14 by Tom Roy ag Villanova 
14 by Tom Roy ag Brandywine 
13 by Tom Roy ag PHI BLANT 
13 by Owen Brown at George- 
town & Duquesne 
12 by Owen Brown ag LaSalle 

& PHIBLANT 
1 2 by Tom Roy ag St. Francis 
11 by Varick Cutler at George 

Washington 
1 1 by Varick Cutler ag George- 
town 
1 1 by Owen Brown ag Virginia 
10 by Owen Brown at Georgetown 

& George Washington 
10 by V. Cutler ag Mercer Co. CC 



TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 







ALL GAMES 




Won 


Lost 


1923-24 


4 


6 


1924-25 


11 


4 


1925-26 


14 


2 


1926-27 


10 


9 


1927-28 


14 


4 


1928-29 


7 


8 


1929-30 


16 


5 


1930-31 


14 


4 


1931 32 


16 


3 


1932-33 


11 


8 


1933-34 


11 


7 


1934-36 


8 


10 


1935-36 


13 


s 


1936-37 


9 


10 


1937-38 


14 


a 


193839 


13 


8 


1939 40 


13 


8 


1940-41 


1 


21 


1941 42 


7 


15 


1942-43 


8 


8 


1943-44 


4 


13 


1944-45 


2 


13 


1945-46 


9 


11 


1946-47 


14 


9 




243 


199 




TEAMS COACHED BY 


1947 48 


11 


13 


194849 


9 


17 


1949 50 


7 


18 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Won 
1 
3 
7 
6 
8 
2 
9 
8 
8 
7 
6 
4 
4 
4 
6 
8 
7 

3 
5 
2 
2 
5 
9 

124 



8 

5 

27 48 22 



Lost 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
S 
5 
1 
2 
3 
1 
3 
3 
8 
4 
3 
4 
13 
8 
5 
1 
5 
4 
4 

91" 



7 

7 

13 



SEASON SCORES 

1 1 1 Georgetown 76 Home 

85 George Washington 88 Away 

75 Virginia 73 Away 

84 Villanova (ot) 76 Home 

87 Baltimore CC 63 Away 

100 Lehigh 58 Home 

79 PHIBLANT 72 Away 
95 Mercer Co. CC 70 Home 

113 Georgetown 80 Away 

87 Villanova 108 Away 

91 Duquesne 107 Away 

70 LaSalle (ot) 65 Home 

89 George Washington 76 Home 

80 Brandywine J. C. 74 Home 
91 St. Francis 51 Home 
68 Virginia 70 Home 

SEASON HIGHS 

MOST POINTS: 37 by Tom Roy ag Villanova 

MOST REBOUNDS: 25 by Tom Roy ag Georgetown 

MOST ASSISTS: 12 by Bill Hahn ag Mercer Co. CC and at Georgetown 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 13 by Tom Roy ag Villanova (att 18); 13 by 

Owen Brown ag Mercer Co CC (att 15), 1 3 ag Duquesne (att 19); 13 

by Owen Brown ag GWU (att 24) 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATT: 25 by Varick Cutler ag Lehigh (made 11) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 11 by Tom Roy ag Villanova (att 14); 11 by 

Don White ag Brandywine (att 13) 
MOST FREE THROWS ATT: 14 by Tom Roy ag Villanova (made 11) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT: .867 by Owen Brown ag Mercer Co. 

CC-13/15 
BEST FREE THROW PERF: 7/7 by Joe Younge at Georgetown; 5/5 

by Owen Brown at Virginia; 5/5 by Varick Cutler ag Baltimore CC 



TEAMS COACHED BY BUD MILLIKAN 







ALL GAMES 


CON 




Won 


Lost 


Won 


195051 


15 


10 


11 


1951 52 


13 


8 


9 


195253 


15 


8 


12 


1953-54 


23 


7 


7 


1954 55 


17 


7 


10 


195556 


14 


10 


7 


195657 


15 


9 


9 


1957 58 


22 


7 


9 


195859 


10 


13 


7 


196960 


15 


8 


9 


1960 61 


14 


12 


6 


1961 62 


8 


17 


3 


1962-63 


8 


13 


4 


1963 64 


9 


17 


5 


196465 


18 


8 


10 


1965 66 


14 


11 


7 


196667 


11 


14 


5 




241 


179" 


130 




TEAMS COACHED BY FRANK FELLOWS 


1967 68 


8 


16 


4 


1968-69 


8 


18 


2 




16 


34 


6 




TEAMS COACHED BY 


LEFTY DRIESELL 


1969 70 


13 


13 


5 


197071 


14 


12 


5 


1971-72 


27 


5 


8 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



5 
3 
2 
4 
7 
5 
5 
7 
5 
8 
11 
10 
9 
4 
7 
9 



10 
12 

22 

9 
9 



60 



MARYLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 











1953-54 






1962-63 






1922-23 
1923-24 








Md. 


75 Clemson 


59 


Md 


41 


Wake Forest 


80 










56 Wake Forest 


64 


1963-64 






Md. 


34 


VMI 
Georgia 


19 
29 


1954-55 






Md 


. 67 


Clemson 


81 




25 


Md. 


67 Virginia 


68 


1964-65 






1924-25 








1955-56 




Md 


. 61 


Clemson 


50 


Md. 


27 


Alabama 


21 


Md. 


69 Duke 


94 




67 


N. estate 


76 




16 


N. C. State 


30 


1956-57 






1965-66 






1925-26 








Md. 


71 Virginia 

64 South Carolina 


68 


Md 


70 


North Carolina 


77 


Md. 
1926-27 


19 


Miss. Aggies 


22 




74 


1966-67 










27 


1957-58 






Md 


54 


South Carolina 


57 


Md. 


22 


Georgia 


Md. 


70 Virginia 


66 


1967-68 






1927-28 










71 Duke 


65 


Md 


. 54 


N. C. State 


63 


Did not enter 






86 North Carolina 


74 


1968-69 






1928-29 








1958-59 






Md 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


Md. 


35 


Mississippi 


37 


Md. 


65 Virginia 


66 


1969-70 






1929-30 








1959-60 






Md 


57 


N. C. State 


67 


Md. 


21 


Kentucky 


26 


Md. 


58 N. estate 


74 


1970-71 






1930-31 








1960-61 






Md 


63 


South Carolina 


71 


Md. 


37 


LSU 


33 


Md. 


91 Clemson 


75 


1971-; 


72 








19 


North Carolina 


17 




76 Wake Forest 


98 


Md 


1. 54 


Clemson 


52 




26 


Georgia 


25 


1961-62 








62 


Virginia 


57 




29 


Kentucky 


27 


Md. 


58 Duke 


71 




64 


North Carolina 


73 


1931-32 














^/l 








Md. 


24 


Florida 


39 






v^P 


) 






1932-33 










( 


'^0s'^mji 


^m>s 


J 






Md. 
1933-34 


28 


South Carolina 


65 




-r^^ 
.% 


^©i^ 


} 






Md. 


37 


Washington & Lee 


45 






s=^^^^ 


ar^^ 








1934-35 










INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 




Did not enter 


















1935-36 






















Md. 


47 


Duke 


35 


1953-54 


All-American City Tournament 


1963-64 


VPI Invitational Tournament 






32 


Washington & Lee 


38 




Owensboro, Kentucky 






Blacksburg, Virginia 




1936-37 








Md. 


65 Arizona State 


50 


Md. 


59 


Tennessee 


70 


Md. 


35 


N. estate 


42 


Md. 


66 Evansville 


58 


Md. 


75 


LSU 


65 


1937-38 








Md. 


54 Kentucky Wesleyan 


37 




Evansville Invitational 




Md. 


45 


Citadel 


43 


1954-55 


All-American City Tournament 


Md. 


54 


Arizona 


57 




32 


Duke 


35 




Owensboro, Kentucky 




Md. 


82 


Columbia 


76 


1938-39 








Md. 


58 Texas Tech 


54 


1964-65 


Hurricane Classic 




Md. 


47 


Richmond 


32 


Md. 


83 Rhode Island 


66 




Miami 


, Florida 






53 


N. estate 


29 


Md. 


78 Cincinnati 


61 


Md. 


66 


Tulsa 


59 




27 


Clemson 


39 


1955-56 


Mid Winter Festival 




Md. 


73 


Miami (Fla) 


80 


193940 








Md. 


75 Michigan State 


95 


1965-66 


Sugar 


Bowl Tournament 




Md. 


43 


Washington & Lee 


30 


Md. 


75 St. Francis 


66 




New Orleans, Louisiana 






32 


Duke 


44 


1956-57 


All-American City Tournament 


Md. 


69 


Houston 


68 


194041 










Owensboro, Kentucky 




Md. 


77 


Dayton 


75 


Did not enter 




Md. 


89 Montana State 


72 


1966-67 


Memphis State Invitational 




194142 








Md. 


43 New Mexico A & M 


45 




Memphis, Tennessee 




Did not enter 




Md. 


43 Virginia 


39 


Md. 


50 


Oklahoma State 


49 


194243 








1957-58 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




Md. 


53 


Memphis State 


55 


Did not enter 






New Orleans, Louisiana 






Charlotte Invitational 




194344 








Md. 


71 Vanderbilt 


56 




Charlotte, North Carolina 




Md. 


23 


N. estate 


42 


Md. 


46 Memphis State 


47 


Md. 


66 " 


Davidson 


65 


194445 














Md. 


57 


Army 


54 


Md. 


49 


Duke 


76 


1958-59 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




1967-68 


Sun Carnival Tournament 




194546 










New Orleans, Louisiana 






El Paso. Texas 




Md. 


27 


N. C. State 


54 


Md. 


45 Miss. State 


56 


Md. 


53 


Texas El Paso 


70 


194647 








Md. 


54 Loyola 


50 


Md. 


72 


Southern Illinois 


73 


Md. 


43 


N. estate 


55 


1959-60 


Blue Grass Tournament 




1968-69 


Marsh; 


all Invitational 




194748 










Louisville, Kentucky 






Huntington, West Virginia 




Md. 


51 


Davidson 


58 


Md. 


63 Indiana 


72 


Md. 


89 


Marshall 


80 


194849 








Md. 


76 Fordham 


54 


Md. 


85 


Miami (Fla) 


92 


Md. 


61 


North Carolina 


79 


1960-61 


Dixie Classic 






Charlotte Invitational 




1949-50 










Raleigh, North Carolina 






Charlotte, North Carolina 




Did not enter 




Md. 


57 North Carolina 


81 


Md. 


69 


Davidson 


83 


1950-51 








Md. 


67 N. estate 


75 


Md. 


95 


Wichita 


83 


Md. 


50 


Clemson 


48 


Md. 


84 Wyoming 


77 


1969-70 




1970-71 






45 


N. estate 


54 


1961-62 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




None 




None 




1951-52 










New Orleans, Louisiana 




1971-72 NIT 






Md. 


48 


Duke 


51 


Md. 


62 Miss. State 


64 


Md. 


67 


St. Joseph's 


55 


1952-53 








Md. 


64 Louisville 


83 




71 


Syracuse 


65 


Md. 


74 


Duke 


65 


1962-63 








91 


Jacksonville 


77 




59 


Wake Forest 


61 


None 








100 


Niagara 


69 



61 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



w 

Alabama 1 

American University 

University of Arizona 

Arizona State University 1 

Army 2 

Bainbridge Naval Station 

Baltimore University 2 

Brown 1 

Buffalo 3 

Canisius 1 

Catfiolic 10 

Cincinnati 1 

Citadel 1 

City College of New York 1 

Clemson 36 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 

Davidson 6 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 27 

Duquesne 1 

Evansville 1 

Florida 

Fordham 2 

Fort Belvoir 

Gallaudet 6 

Georgetown 29 

George Washington 25 



Georgia 

Hampden-Sydney 

Holy Cross 

Houston 

Indiana 

Jacksonville .... 



1 

2 

1 

1 



1 

Johns Hopkins 18 

Kansas 

Kansas State 

Kentucky 

Kentucky Wesleyan 

Kings Point 

Lafayette _ 

Lehigh 

LIU 



LSU 

Louisville 

Loyola (Md) 

Loyola (Louisiana) . . . 

Maine 

Marine Corps Institute 

Marshall 

Memphis State 

Miami (Fla) 

Miami (Ohio) 

Michigan 

Michigan State 




1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 
1 




L 

1 
1 

8 
2 




6 
1 

1 

21 

1 
3 




50 


1 
2 
1 
1 

20 

20 
3 
2 


3 

5 
2 

4 

1 




1 
4 


1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 



W 

2 







1 

21 





1 

North Carolina 26 



Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Mississippi Aggies . . . 
Mississippi State . . . . 

Montana State 

Navy 

New Mexico A&M . 
New York University 
Niagara 



North Carolina State 

Northwestern 

Ohio State 

Ohio Wesleyan 

Oklahoma State . . . . 

Pennsylvania 

Penn State 

Princeton 

Ouantico Marines . . . 
Randolph Macon . . . 

Rhode Island 

Rhode Island State . . 

Richmond 

Rutgers 

St. Francis (Pa) 

St. Johns (Md) 

St. Johns (NY) 

St. Joseph's 

Seton Hall 



19 



1 



1 

1 

4 

1 

2 

2 

1 



18 

2 

1 

9 

1 

1 

1 

South Carolina 29 

Southern Illinois 

Stevens Institute 4 

Syracuse 1 

Tampa 2 

Temple 

Tennessee 

Texas El Paso , 

Texas Tech 1 

Tulsa 1 

U.S. Merchant Marine 1 

Vanderbllt 1 

Virginia 61 

Virginia Military Institute 40 

Virginia Tech 22 

Wake Forest 17 

Washington & Lee 26 

Washington College 13 

West Virginia 9 

Western Kentucky 1 

Western Maryland 12 

Wichita 1 

William & Mary 16 

Wisconsin 

Woodrow General Hospital 1 

Wyoming 1 

Yale 1 



L 

1 
1 
2 


26 
1 
1 


57 

40 
1 


1 


11 
5 
3 
2 
1 

1 

14 
2 

3 
1 

1 

23 
1 
1 


1 
2 
1 


2 


32 

10 
4 

25 

24 
4 

18 



8 
2 
1 












ALL-TIME HIGH SCORING GAMES ^^^B 






117 


George Washington 


96 


1971-72 


103 


Clemson ;5^*«W 


85 


1969-70 


111 


Miami (Fla.) 


77 


1970-71 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


1971-72 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


1970-71 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 


1971-72 


107 


George Washington 


81 


1965-66 


100 


Brown 


83 


1971-72 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


1965-66 


100 


Niagara 


69 


1971-72 


103 


Yale 


80 


1959-60 











62 



YEAR BY 

YEAR 

RESULTS 




1923-24 



5-7 



1-2 



Maryland 


41 


George Washington 


22 






42 


Gallaudet 


28 






13 


Catholic 


30 






20 


North Carolina 


26 






13 


Virginia 


26 






24 


Richmond 


22 






14 


Catholic 


20 






19 


George Washington 


20 






22 


Washington & Lee 


21 






12 


VMI 


21 






34 


•VMI 


19 






25 


"Georgia 
*S. C. Tournament 


29 




1924-25 


12-5 


3-1 






Maryland 


24 


Virginia 


18 


H 




24 


Columbia 


23 


A 




21 


Stevens Institute 


17 


A 




16 


Navy 


23 


A 




30 


Lafayette 


15 


H 




18 


Catholic 


14 


A 




21 


Stevens Institute 


17 


H 




16 


North Carolina 


21 


H 




25 


Gallaudet 


14 


H 




16 


Washington College 


27 


H 




24 


Princeton 


38 


A 




22 


CCNY 


16 


H 




38 


South Carolina 


22 


H 




36 


Virginia 


25 


A 




27 


Catholic 


17 


H 




27 


•Alabama 


21 






16 


•N. C. State 
'S. C. Tournament 


30 




1925-26 


14-3 


7-1 






Maryland 


40 


Washington & Lee 


27 


H 




21 


Navy 


12 


A 



1926-27 

Maryland 



30 


Richmond 


14 


H 


30 


VMI 


21 


A 


33 


Washington & Lee 


20 


A 


19 


VPI 


17 


A 


40 


Gallaudet 


13 


H 


30 


Washington College 


26 


H 


24 


Stevens Institute 


27 


H 


30 


VPI 


14 


H 


28 


Virginia 


34 


A 


23 


North Carolina 


22 


H 


25 


West Virginia 


15 


H 


41 


Duke 


20 


H 


30 


Virginia 


21 


H 


32 


Princeton 


26 


H 


19 


Mississippi Aggies 


22 




10-10 


6-4 






16 


American 


21 


A 


44 


Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


25 


Michigan 


39 


A 


17 


Virginia 


22 


A 


30 


Navy 


32 


A 


18 


Washington College 


22 


H 


34 


Georgia 


33 


H 


39 


Gallaudet 


26 


H 


27 


Stevens Institute 


18 


H 


28 


North Carolina 


23 


H 


23 


North Carolina 


32 


H 


26 


Pennsylvania 


21 


A 


32 


Washington & Lee 


34 


A 


32 


VMI 


15 


A 


29 


Virginia 


28 


H 


23 


N, C. State 


38 


A 


16 


Washington College 


21 


A 


32 


Western Maryland 


25 


H 


23 


North Carolina 


19 


A 


22 


'Georgia 
'S. C. Tournament 


27 





63 



1927-28 


14-4 


8-1 


Maryland 


38 


Washington & Lee 




29 


VPI 




31 


Washington & Lee 




23 


VMI 




45 


Gailaudet 




37 


Kentucky 




20 


Johns Hopkins 




25 


St Johns College 




26 


Virginia 




31 


Stevens Institute 




26 


Navy 




26 


Pennsylvania 




36 


N. C. State 




12 


Virginia 




22 


Washington College 




23 


Johns Hopkins 




30 


VPI 




30 


Western Maryland 


1928-29 


7-9 


2-5 


Maryland 


30 


William & Mary 




18 


Pennsylvania 




20 


Randolph Macon 




30 


Virginia 




20 


Johns Hopkins 




20 


St. Johns 




22 


Virginia 




22 


Washington & Lee 




29 


VPI 




18 


Washington & Lee 




30 


VMI 




22 


North Carolina 




30 


Navy 




32 


Western Maryland 




19 


Johns Hopkins 




35 


•Mississippi 
*S. C. Tournament 


1929-30 


16-6 


9-5 


Maryland 


27 


William & Mary 




27 


Duke 




37 


Catholic 




54 


Virginia 




41 


Johns Hopkins 




43 


Navy 




41 


VPI 




26 


N. C. State 




25 


Washington & Lee 




38 


Western Maryland 




36 


North Carolina 




34 


VPI 




44 


VMI 




21 


Washington & Lee 




51 


Virginia 




21 


N. C. State 




22 


North Carolina 




24 


Duke 




39 


Johns Hopkins 




39 


VMI 




41 


St. Johns 




21 


"Kentucky 
*S. C. Tournament 


1930-31 


18-4 


8-1 


Maryland 


38 


Gailaudet 




38 


VMI 




36 


Washington & Lee 




32 


Duke 




30 


Loyola 




33 


Johns Hopkins 




44 


VMI 




33 


VPI 




31 


Virginia 




28 


Washington & Lee 



24 




20 




28 




9 




20 




7 




22 




22 




20 




24 




35 




30 




24 




34 




20 




19 




10 




29 




20 


H 


30 


A 


33 


H 


22 


A 


30 


H 


18 


H 


25 


H 


47 


H 


39 


A 


42 


A 


27 


A 


28 


H 


27 


A 


17 


H 


18 


A 



37 



23 


H 


28 


H 


30 


H 


20 


H 


24 


H 


39 


A 


29 


H 


28 


H 


29 


H 


17 


H 


24 


H 


23 


A 


25 


A 


36 


A 


29 


H 


19 


A 


19 


A 


39 


A 


24 


A 


21 


H 


25 


H 



26 



27 


H 


18 


A 


21 


A 


24 


H 


33 


H 


20 


A 


20 


H 


16 


H 


34 


A 


17 


H 





24 


Catholic 




33 


North Carolina 




32 


Washington College 




34 


Virginia 




45 


Western Maryland 




32 


St. Johns 




33 


Navy ' 




31 


Johns Hopkins 




37 


*LSU 




19 


*North Carolina 




26 


•Georgia 




29 


"Kentucky 
*S. C. Tournament 
(Champions) 


1931-32 


16-4 


8-2 


Maryland 


30 


Wisconsin 




27 


Loyola 




42 


Washington & Lee 




43 


VMI 




26 


Navy 




36 


Virginia 




33 


Johns Hopkins 




38 


VMI 




51 


VPI 




39 


Catholic 




26 


North Carolina 




36 


Washington College 




35 


Western Maryland 




46 


Virginia 




49 


Washington & Lee 




24 


St. Johns 




26 


North Carolina 




20 


Duke 




38 


Johns Hopkins 




24 


"Florida 
*S. C. Tournament 


1932-33 


11-9 


7-3 


Maryland 


13 


Wisconsin 




40 


VPI 




30 


Duke 




29 


VMI 




40 


Washington & Lee 




27 


Johns Hopkins 




37 


VPI 




27 


Catholic 




21 


Navy 




19 


Virginia 




42 


North Carolina 




36 


Georgia 




35 


Washington College 




37 


Virginia 




46 


Washington & Lee 




45 


VMI 




34 


St. Johns 




37 


Western Maryland 




35 


Johns Hopkins 




28 


"South Carolina 
*S. C. Tournament 


1933-34 


11-8 


6-1 


Maryland 


29 


Michigan 




17 


Indiana 




24 


West Virginia 




37 


Duke 




29 


VPI 




34 


VPI 




32 


Johns Hopkins 




43 


Virginia 




24 


North Carolina 




33 


Catholic 




27 


Navy 




28 


Virginia 




33 


Richmond 



21 


A 


31 


H 


33 


H 


21 


H 


35 


H 


27 


H 


36 


A 


22 


H 


33 




17 




25 




27 





32 


A 


28 


H 


38 


A 


28 


A 


15 


H 


31 


A 


26 


A 


20 


H 


16 


H 


34 


H 


25 


H 


16 


H 


15 


H 


18 


H 


19 


H 


20 


H 


32 


A 


18 


A 


24 


H 


39 





22 


H 


20 


A 


28 


H 


30 


A 


43 


A 


37 


A 


21 


H 


29 


A 


59 


A 


26 


A 


29 


H 


40 


H 


27 


H 


28 


H 


28 


H 


29 


H 


22 


H 


32 


H 


31 


H 



65 



25 


H 


30 


H 


26 


A 


33 


H 


24 


A 


32 


H 


37 


A 


20 


A 


28 


H 


25 


H 


46 


A 


25 


H 


44 


H 



64 



49 Western Maryland 

36 VMI 

32 St. Johns 

44 Washington College 

32 Johns Hopkins 

37 'Washington & Lee 
"S. C. Tournament 



1934-35 810 4-5 

Maryland 25 Indiana 

50 Ohio State 

29 West Virginia 

35 South Carolina 
39 VMI 

39 Duke 

43 Washington College 
31 North Carolina 

36 Navy 

44 Virginia 
26 Richmond 
29 Catholic 

29 Washington & Lee 

33 Virginia 

41 Johns Hopkins 

17 St. Johns 

52 Johns Hopkins 

24 Georgetown 

1935-36 14-6 3-3 



33 


H 


27 


H 


37 


H 


33 


H 


19 


H 



Maryland 


44 


VMI 




27 


Washington & Lee 




53 


VMI 




32 


Navy 




28 


Richmond 




55 


Baltimore 




46 


Washington College 




32 


North Carolina 




41 


William & Mary 




38 


Duke 




40 


Virginia 




26 


West Virginia 




54 


Washington & Lee 




40 


St. Johns 




29 


Catholic 




56 


Washington College 




45 


Johns Hopkins 




47 


Georgetown 




47 


•Duke 




32 


'Washington & Lee 
*S. C. Tcjrnament 



1936-37 



9-11 



4-8 



Maryland 


40 


Richmond 




54 


Johns Hopkins 




27 


Washington & Lee 




48 


VMI 




48 


Western Maryland 




31 


Duke 




41 


Washington College 




37 


Virginia 




33 


N. C. State 




24 


North Carolina 




30 


Duke 




37 


Navy 




35 


North Carolina 




41 


William & Mary 




45 


VMI 




35 


Washington & Lee 




27 


Georgetown 




37 


St. Johns 




41 


N. C. State 




35 


'N. C. State 
♦S. C. Tournament 



45 



30 


H 


41 


H 


39 


H 


21 


H 


24 


H 


48 


H 


27 


H 


39 


H 


43 


A 


24 


H 


56 


H 


45 


A 


33 


H 


32 


A 


35 


A 


24 


H 


25 


H 


25 


H 



29 
30 
32 
20 
24 
33 
34 
44 
39 
34 
34 
51 
55 
28 
40 
30 
40 
39 

35 

38 



H 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 



51 


A 


31 


H 


51 


A 


28 


A 


36 


H 


34 


A 


20 


H 


23 


H 


35 


A 


41 


A 


34 


A 


53 


A 


44 


H 


29 


H 


28 


H 


41 


H 


39 


H 


39 


A 


35 


H 



42 



1937-38 15-9 7-4 

Maryland 26 Richmond 

26 Michigan 

50 Baltimore 

43 Randolph Macon 

29 Washington & Lee 
42 VMI 

39 Georgetown 

40 Duke 

24 North Carolina 

34 Duke 

42 VPI 
34 Navy 

27 NYU 

36 Washington & Lee 
45 William & Mary 

43 VMI 

49 Catholic 

43 Washington College 

39 Virginia 
57 Dickinson 

56 Johns Hopkins 

38 St. Johns 

45 "Citadel 

32 'Duke 

"S. C. Tournament 

1938-39 15-9 8-3 

Maryland 34 Richmond 

45 Clemson 

44 Davidson 

24 Pennsylvania 

25 Army 

37 Navy 
37 Duke 

34 North Carolina 

34 Hampden-Sydney 

31 Virginia 
60 Duke 

66 North Carolina 

40 N. C. State 
25 Georgetown 

39 Washington & Lee 
49 William & Mary 

48 St. Johns 
53 VMI 

40 Catholic 

24 George Washington 
47 Washington College 

47 'Richmond 

53 'N. estate 

27 'Clemson 

*S. C. Tournament 

1939-40 14-9 7-4 

Maryland 48 Western Maryland 

47 Randolph Macon 

53 Clemson 

34 Pennsylvania 

51 Rutgers 

53 Rhode Island State 

32 Duke 

35 Richmond 

28 Georgetown 

49 VPI 

25 Washington & Lee 
43 N. C. State 

30 Clemson 

30 South Carolina 

37 Duke 

49 Johns Hopkins 

60 VMI 

19 Washington & Lee 

46 Catholic 
27 VMI 



31 


H 


33 


H 


32 


A 


27 


H 


31 


A 


27 


A 


57 


A 


35 


H 


43 


A 


44 


A 


35 


H 


37 


A 


42 


H 


32 


H 


38 


H 


33 


H 


33 


H 


42 


A 


23 


A 


27 


H 


30 


H 


29 


H 


43 




35 





41 


A 


35 


H 


27 


H 


36 


A 


45 


A 


47 


A 


34 


H 


32 


H 


25 


H 


21 


H 


44 


A 


41 


A 


46 


A 


39 


H 


37 


H 


57 


H 


20 


A 


35 


H 


38 


A 


37 


A 


37 


H 


32 




29 




39 





32 


H 


16 


H 


26 


H 


41 


A 


39 


A 


59 


A 


30 


H 


19 


H 


27 


A 


41 


H 


44 


H 


36 


A 


48 


A 


33 


A 


48 


A 


36 


H 


33 


A 


39 


A 


31 


H 


25 


H 



65 



26 



George Washington 





43 


•Washington & Lee 




32 


•Duke 
•S. C. Tournament 


1940-41 


1-21 


0-13 


Maryland 


36 


Richmond 




24 


Johns Hopkins 




34 


Clemson 




32 


Pennsylvania 




26 


Duke 




41 


Washington & Lee 




30 


VMI 




34 


Georgetown 




36 


North Carolina 




17 


Richmond 




17 


Duke 




29 


North Carolina 




27 


Navy 




18 


Virginia 




15 


Washington & Lee 




28 


George Washington 




40 


William & Mary 




43 


Connecticut 




45 


Rutgers 




27 


VMI 




39 


VPI 




26 


Washington College 


1941-42 


7-15 


3-8 


Maryland 


41 


Richmond 




34 


William & Mary 




36 


West Virginia 




15 


Seton Hall 




40 


CCNY 




48 


St. Johns (NY) 




35 


Virginia 




33 


Duke 




28 


Washington College 




51 


Georgetown 




29 


George Washington 




36 


Virginia 




41 


VMI 




44 


Washington & Lee 




28 


Washington & Lee 




47 


Navy 




42 


William & Mary 




27 


West Virginia 




32 


Army 




30 


North Carolina 




46 


Duke 




39 


VMI 


1942-43 


8-8 


5-5 


Maryland 


32 


Richmond 




47 


North Carolina 




53 


Virginia 




49 


Pennsylvania 




40 


Washington & Lee 




34 


VMI 




43 


George Washington 




63 


Navy 




40 


Army 




43 


Duke 




55 


Washington & Lee 




56 


Virginia 




40 


North Carolina 




36 


Georgetown 




51 


William & Mary 




35 


VMI 


1943-44 


4-13 


2-1 


Maryland 


33 


Quantico Marines 




39 


Marshall 




20 


Bainbridge Navy 




20 


Virginia 



44 



30 
44 



48 
38 
48 
43 
40 
59 
64 
51 
55 
38 
43 
44 
52 
47 
42 
61 
58 
52 
50 
41 
48 
18 



23 
39 
63 
59 
57 
64 
34 
37 
25 
42 
47 
26 
46 
52 
30 
61 
32 
41 
44 
34 
64 
36 



28 
40 
49 
51 
50 
35 
48 
54 
44 
46 
35 
42 
31 
46 
36 
36 



59 
46 
52 
52 



H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 



H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
H 



H 
H 
H 
A 



43 


VMI 




36 


H 


43 


Hampden-Sydney 


51 


H 


25 


Bainbridge Navy 


78 


A 


29 


Fort Belvoir 




60 


H 


33 


Catholic 




31 


H 


26 


Virginia 




49 


H 


33 


Catholic 




53 


A 


34 


Richmond 




65 


A 


48 


Woodrow Gen 


Hosp. 


26 


H 


25 


Wood row Gen 


Hosp. 


35 


A 


31 


VMI 




29 


A 


35 


Navy 




69 


A 


22 


Army 




85 


A 


23 


*N. C. State 
*S. C. Tournament 




42 





1944-45 


2-14 


2-5 


Maryland 


26 


Gallaudet 




28 


North Carolina 




24 


Duke 




32 


N. C. State 




33 


Navy 




46 


VMI 




34 


Marine Corps Inst 




42 


N. C. State 




42 


Hampden-Sydney 




26 


Virginia 




27 


VMI 




33 


Virginia 




53 


William & Mary 




41 


Merchant Marine 




34 


Army 




49 


•Duke 
*S. C. Tournament 



1945-46 9-12 5-5 

Maryland 61 Marine Corps Inst. 

43 Marshall 

47 Quantico Marines 

25 Duke 

47 N. estate 

28 North Carolina 

35 Navy 

37 N. C. State 

45 Virginia 

43 Duke 

35 Hampden-Sydney 

48 George Washington 
31 North Carolina 

37 Virginia 

43 Merchant Marine 
37 Richmond 

36 William & Mary 
33 West Virginia 
25 Army 

31 Merchant Marine 

27 *N. estate 
•S. C. Tournament 

1946-47 14-10 9-4 

Maryland 43 West Virginia 

49 Western Maryland 

41 Johns Hopkins 
62 Quantico Marines 

42 North Carolina 
39 Richmond 

44 George Washington 
65 Washington & Lee 
57 VPI 

61 VMI 

61 North Carolina 

27 Navy 

59 Washington & Lee 

55 Georgetown 



27 


H 


53 


A 


51 


A 


46 


A 


70 


A 


28 


H 


50 


H 


57 


H 


43 


H 


57 


A 


35 


A 


61 


H 


46 


A 


54 


A 


54 


A 



76 



46 


H 


50 


H 


50 


H 


59 


A 


39 


A 


64 


A 


44 


A 


33 


H 


48 


A 


38 


H 


32 


H 


35 


H 


33 


H 


36 


H 


39 


H 


31 


H 


42 


A 


35 


H 


52 


A 


48 


A 



54 



81 


A 


39 


H 


36 


H 


48 


A 


58 


A 


41 


H 


43 


H 


60 


A 


49 


A 


50 


A 


57 


H 


55 


A 


50 


H 


49 


H 



68 



48 


George Washington 


49 


Richmond 


55 


VPI 


38 


Duke 


47 


Kings Point 


57 


Army 


52 


Citadel 


53 


VMI 


54 


Pennsylvania 


43 


*N. C. State 




*S. C. Tournament 


1947-48 11-14 


9-7 


Maryland 63 


Western Maryland 


52 


Loyola 


59 


Davidson 


64 


Washington & Lee 


53 


VMI 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


46 


North Carolina 


42 


Duke 


40 


Georgetown 


49 


Clemson 


44 


Virginia 


47 


Navy 


68 


South Carolina 


63 


VMI 


44 


Army 


64 


Washington & Lee 


49 


George Washington 


47 


North Carolina 


56 


Virginia 


60 


Richmond 


54 


South Carolina 


63 


Clemson 


62 


Richmond 


35 


George Washington 


51 


•Davidson 




"S. C. Tournament 


1948-49 9-18 


8-7 


Maryland 49 


Temple 


60 


VPI 


75 


Loyola (Baltimore) 


45 


Richmond 


47 


Virginia 


74 


Clemson 


47 


North Carolina 


49 


Davidson 


43 


Virginia 


51 


Georgetown 


67 


Pennsylvania 


46 


Navy 


54 


George Washington 


43 


Miami (Ohio) 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


33 


Cincinnati 


53 


VMI 


66 


Washington & Lee 


79 


South Carolina 


42 


North Carolina 


52 


Georgetown 


57 


South Carolina 


49 


Clemson 


66 


Richmond 


42 


George Washington 


70 


VMI 



1949-50 

Maryland 



61 



7-18 

57 
40 
56 



'North Carolina 
*S. C. Tournament 

5-13 

VPI 

Tennessee 

Virginia 



63 


H 




65 


Washington & Lee 


68 


A 




52 


Pennsylvania 


42 


H 




55 


Clemson 


40 


H 




82 


Navy 


73 


A 




71 


Ohio Wesleyan 


54 


A 




53 


North Carolina 


40 


H 




46 


Duke 


45 


H 




71 


Georgetown 


80 


A 




52 
49 


William & Mary 
Richmond 


55 






51 
56 
65 
56 


George Washington 

William & Mary 

VMI 

North Carolina 


58 


A 




61 


VMI 


63 


H 




67 


Duke 


58 


H 




56 


South Carolina 


70 


A 




70 


Virginia 


46 


A 




64 


Davidson 


53 


A 




67 


Richmond 


70 


A 




44 


South Carolina 


53 


A 




68 


Clemson 


52 
42 


A 
H 


1950-51 


16-11 


11-8 


64 


A 


Maryland 


59 


Virginia 


51 


A 




65 


Pennsylvania 


54 


H 




48 


William, & Mary 


48 


H 




46 


Virginia 


48 


A 




52 


Washington & Lee 


38 


H 




51 


Rutgers 


65 


A 




67 


North Carolina 


51 


H 




48 


Richmond 


68 


H 




47 


Navy 


53 


H 




58 


Georgetown 


53 


A 




57 


VPI 


61 


A 




56 


North Carolina 


64 


A 




57 


Davidson 


59 


H 




43 
44 


South Carolina 
Clemson 


58 






65 
46 
47 
64 


Washington & Lee 

VMI 

South Carolina 

West Virginia 


67 


A 




40 


Duke 


51 


H 




50 


William & Mary 


77 


A 




54 


Clemson 


54 


H 




42 


Richmond 


53 


H 




47 


George Washington 


50 


H 




65 


VMI 


55 


A 




50 


•Clemson 


52 


A 




45 


*N. C. State 


79 


A 






•S. C. Tournament 


53 


A 








81 


A 


1951-52 


13-9 


9-5 


52 


A 


Maryland 


59 


Virginia 


66 


H 




71 


Washington & Lee 


42 


A 




52 


Pennsylvania 


58 


A 




54 


William & Mary 


70 


A 




36 


West Virginia 


45 


A 




57 


VMI 


60 


A 




51 


Washington & Lee 


49 


H 




47 


North Carolina 


66 


H 




48 


Navy 


56 


H 




63 


Virginia 


56 


A 




55 


Georgetown 


68 


A 




55 


Rutgers 


51 


A 




71 


North Carolina 


61 


A 




64 


VMI 


55 


H 




55 
66 


Richmond 
William & Mary 


79 






51 
61 
54 
56 
71 


Duke 

Georgetown 
Richmond 
George Washington 
Davidson 


63 


A 








61 


A 




48 


•Duke 


66 


A 






*S. C. Tournament 



46 


H 


54 


A 


60 


H 


75 


A 


75 


H 


55 


A 


58 


A 


65 


A 


56 


H 


59 


A 


72 


H 


64 


A 


53 


H 


69 


H 


62 


A 


57 


H 


61 


H 


52 


H 


61 


H 


48 


H 


59 


A 


70 


A 


57 


H 


74 


A 


41 


H 


43 


A 


43 


H 


45 


H 


59 


A 


42 


A 


51 


A 


47 


H 


66 


H 


55 


H 


55 


A 


70 


A 


50 


A 


83 


A 


41 


A 


37 


H 


70 


H 


49 


H 


55 


A 


50 


H 


33 


H 


67 


A 


46 


H 


48 




54 





42 


A 


51 


H 


53 


A 


53 


H 


39 


A 


39 


A 


43 


A 


51 


A 


45 


A 


53 


H 


40 


H 


61 


A 


51 


H 


46 


H 


45 


H 


71 


A 


56 


A 


71 


A 


50 


A 


57 


H 


48 


H 



51 



67 



1952-53 



15-8 



12-3 



Maryland 71 


Virginia 


64 


William & Mary 


53 


Pennsylvania 


52 


West Virginia 


54 


VMI 


58 


Washington & Lee 


49 


North Carolina 


59 


Virginia 


63 


Richmond 


45 


Georgetown 


65 


VPI 


68 


North Carolina 


62 


George Washington 


70 


VPI 


46 


Richmond 


67 


VMI 


87 


Washington & Lee 


79 


William & Mary 


48 


Georgetown 


47 


Navy 


66 


George Washington 


74 


•Duke 


59 


*Wake Forest 




*S. C. Tournament 


1953-54 23-7 


7-2 


Maryland 53 


South Carolina 


81 


Clemson 


54 


Wake Forest 


69 


Williams Mary 


71 


West Virginia 


60 


VPI 


79 


South Carolina 


65 


Arizona State 


66 


Evansville 


54 


Ky. Wesleyan 


72 


Richmond 


70 


Virginia 


75 


Clemson 


56 


Georgetown 


71 


Richmond 


68 


George Washington 


70 


Virginia 


61 


Tampa 


63 


Miami (Fla) 


51 


Washington & Lee 


54 


VPI 


76 


Washington & Lee 


61 


Navy 


74 


Wake Forest 


61 


Duke 


53 


Georgetown 


57 


George Washington 


74 


William & Mary 


75 


Clemson 


56 


Wake Forest 



1954-55 17-7 10-4 

Maryland 60 Georgetown 

49 Duke 

58 Wake Forest 

72 Virginia 

61 Duke 

70 North Carolina 
58 Texas Tech 
83 Rhode Island 
78 Cincinnati 

68 South Carolina 

78 Virginia 

71 Clemson 

68 South Carolina 

68 N. estate 

53 George Washington 

60 Navy 



61 


H 


61 


H 


70 


A 


45 


H 


37 


A 


40 


A 


59 


A 


56 


A 


60 


A 


54 


H 


46 


H 


66 


H 


63 


A 


56 


A 


49 


H 


41 


H 


56 


H 


57 


A 


49 


A 


51 


A 


53 


H 


65 




61 





49 
41 
71 
54 
87 
52 
48 
50 
58 
37 
64 
64 
54 
58 
73 
61 
56 
51 
57 
25 
41 
43 
60 
53 
68 
50 
70 
55 

59 
64 



43 
47 
62 
69 
68 
60 
54 
66 
61 
51 
65 
63 
52 
64 
75 
54 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 

ACC 
ACC 



H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
A 



67 


William & Mary 


62 


A 


67 


George Washington 


73 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


68 


Clemson 


66 


H 


58 


N. estate 


78 


A 


71 


Wake Forest 


75 


A 


57 


Georgetown 


48 


A 



67 



Virginia 



69 Duke 

1956-57 15-9 9-5 

Maryland 67 Virginia 

62 Fordham 

59 Wake Forest 

55 Kentucky 

61 North Carolina 
89 Montana State 

43 New Mexico A & M 

43 Virginia 

59 Clemson 

60 South Carolina 

62 Duke 

68 George Washington 

66 South Carolina 

82 Georgetown 

79 N. estate 

60 Duke 

84 George Washington 

61 North Carolina 

85 Virginia 

56 N. estate 
58 Wake Forest 
55 Navy 

74 Clemson 

62 Georgetown 

71 Virginia 

64 South Carolina 

1957-58 22 7 9-5 

Maryland 64 George Washington 

61 Fordham 

71 Kentucky 

72 Wake Forest 
88 Navy 

71 Vanderbilt 

46 Memphis State 

72 South Carolina 
66 Clemson 

74 Duke 



68 



94 



ACC 



1955-56 


14-10 


7-7 






Maryland 


67 


Virginia 


55 


H 




52 


William & Mary 


51 


H 




61 


Wake Forest 


51 


H 




61 


Kentucky 


62 


H 




62 


North Carolina 


68 


H 




75 


Michigan State 


95 


H 




75 


St. Francis 


66 


H 




76 


South Carolina 


57 


H 




62 


George Washington 


48 


H 




71 


Clemson 


63 


A 




59 


South Carolina 


53 


A 




64 


N. C. State 


73 


H 




62 


Duke 


76 


A 




55 


North Carolina 


64 


A 




62 


Georgetown 


57 


A 




80 


Navy 


61 


H 




70 


Duke 


82 


H 




67 


George Washington 


46 


A 




81 


Clemson 


69 


H 




71 


N. C. State 


62 


A 




60 


Wake Forest 


76 


A 




60 


Virginia 


73 


A 




72 


Georgetown 


61 


H 



ACC 



63 


A 


68 


H 


53 


H 


76 


A 


70 


A 


72 


A 


45 


A 


39 


A 


52 


A 


68 


A 


51 


H 


48 


A 


59 


H 


69 


H 


66 


H 


72 


A 


67 


H 


65 


H 


64 


H 


49 


A 


62 


A 


56 


A 


65 


H 


59 


A 


68 


ACC 


74 


ACC 


55 


H 


58 


A 


62 


H 


58 


H 


58 


H 


56 


A 


47 


A 


59 


A 


73 


A 


49 


H 



68 





74 


North Carolina 


61 


H 




55 


Georgetown 


45 


A 




48 


N. C. State 


57 


H 




64 


Navy 


51 


A 




87 


Virginia 


66 


A 




74 


Wake Forest 


67 


A 




72 


Clemson 


54 


H 




64 


N. estate 


69 


A 




69 


Virginia 


56 


H 




59 


Duke 


68 


A 




59 


North Carolina 


66 


A 




56 


Georgetown 


46 


H 




99 


South Carolina 


59 


H 




70 


Virginia 


66 


ACC 




71 


Duke 


65 


ACC 




86 


North Carolina 


74 


ACC 




86 


Boston College 


63 


NCAA 




67 


Temple 


71 


NCAA 




59 


Manhattan 


55 


NCAA 


1958-59 


10-13 


7 7 






Maryland 


53 


N. C. State 


55 


H 




62 


Northwestern 


66 


A 




63 


Virginia 


56 


H 




56 


Kentucky 


58 


A 




50 


Navy 


53 


H 




68 


Wake Forest 


65 


H 




45 


Mississippi State 


56 


A 




54 


Loyola 


50 


A 




64 


Duke 


31 


H 




59 


South Carolina 


41 


A 




46 


Clemson 


55 


A 




61 


Georgetown 


53 


H 




69 


Duke 


78 


A 




57 


North Carolina 


64 


A 




53 


Wake Forest 


56 


A 




65 


George Washington 


66 


H 




37 


N. estate 


53 


A 




77 


Clemson 


58 


H 




50 


Virginia 


62 


A 




69 


North Carolina 


51 


H 




67 


Georgetown 


56 


A 




75 


South Carolina 


45 


H 



65 Virginia 

1959-60 15-8 96 

Maryland 64 George Washington 

70 Virginia 

59 Georgetown 

47 Wake Forest 

63 Indiana 

76 Fordham 

103 Yale 

85 South Carolina 
51 Georgetown 
56 Duke 

63 N C. State 
51 Navy 

66 North Carolina 

64 Wake Forest 
44 Virginia 

46 N. estate 

70 Clemson 

71 Duke 

86 George Washington 
64 North Carolina 

67 Clemson 

72 South Carolina 

58 N. estate 



1960 61 


14-12 


6-8 


Maryland 


64 


Penn State 




57 


Virginia 



66 



57 
62 
48 
54 
72 
54 
80 
52 
66 
48 
53 
50 
75 
65 
43 
48 
55 
61 
84 
81 
59 
55 

74 



47 
52 



ACC 



A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
A 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 

ACC 



H 
A 



80 George Washington 
64 Minnesota 

78 Georgetown 

60 Wake Forest 

57 North Carolina 

67 N. estate 
84 Wyoming 

72 South Carolina 

55 Georgetown 

62 Duke 

52 North Carolina 

63 Navy 

75 N. estate 

56 North Carolina 

69 Wake Forest 
59 Clemson 

61 South Carolina 

66 N. estate 

76 Duke 

44 George Washington 

77 Virginia 

82 Clemson 

91 Clemson 

76 Wake Forest 

1961-62 8-17 3-11 

Maryland 65 Penn State 

78 Georgetown 

68 N. e State 
75 Minnesota 

79 Wake Forest 
91 Virginia 

62 Mississippi State 

64 Louisville 

67 George Washington 

77 South Carolina 

83 Georgetown 

68 Duke 

81 George Washington 
61 N. estate 

71 Miami (Fla) 

58 Navy 

79 North Carolina 

68 South Carolina 

61 Clemson 

53 Duke 

78 Wake Forest 

67 North Carolina 

68 Virginia 
68 Clemson 

58 Duke 

1962 63 813 4 10 

Maryland 61 Penn State 

70 Georgetown 
56 Duke 

74 N. estate 

67 Virginia 

74 Wake Forest 

68 South Carolina 

74 George Washington 

67 Navy 

56 North Carolina 

59 N. estate 

68 George Washington 
73 Georgetown 

68 North Carolina 

60 Clemson 

51 South Carolina 

54 Wake Forest 

69 Virginia 

70 Duke 
69 Clemson 

41 Wake Forest 



68 


H 


53 


A 


67 


A 


72 


H 


81 


A 


75 


A 


77 


A 


58 


H 


47 


H 


70 


A 


58 


H 


62 


H 


57 


A 


63 


A 


78 


A 


76 


A 


64 


A 


83 


A 


71 


H 


63 


A 


62 


H 


80 


H 


75 


ACC 


98 


ACC 



71 


A 


79 


H 


73 


H 


69 


H 


62 


H 


70 


A 


64 


A 


83 


A 


56 


A 


86 


H 


70 


A 


84 


A 


67 


H 


68 


A 


68 


A 


67 


A 


62 


H 


85 


A 


73 


A 


79 


H 


81 


A 


70 


A 


72 


H 


75 


H 



71 



ACC 



62 


H 


79 


A 


92 


A 


76 


H 


61 


A 


85 


H 


63 


H 


72 


H 


61 


H 


78 


H 


79 


A 


67 


A 


72 


H 


82 


A 


62 


A 


44 


A 


75 


A 


71 


H 


76 


H 


67 


H 



80 



ACC 



69 



1963-64 

Maryland 



1965-66 

Maryland 



9-17 

68 
72 
62 
72 
74 
56 
59 
75 
54 
82 
69 
55 
88 
65 
91 
80 
67 
72 
77 
74 
73 
63 
78 
68 
64 

67 



5-9 



Virginia 


58 


H 


Georgetown 


83 


A 


Penn State 


91 


A 


N. C. State 


62 


H 


West Virginia 


72 


H 


Clennson 


48 


H 


Tennessee 


70 


A 


LSU 


65 


A 


Arizona 


57 


A 


Columbia 


76 


A 


South Carolina 


73 


H 


Navy 


68 


A 


North Carolina 


97 


A 


N. C. State 


66 


A 


Wake Forest 


82 


A 


George Washington 


76 


A 


West Virginia 


91 


A 


Duke 


104 


H 


Wake Forest 


79 


H 


North Carolina 


64 


H 


Virginia 


79 


A 


Duke 


84 


A 


Georgetown 


81 


H 


Clemson 


83 


A 


South Carolina 


74 


A 



Clemson 



14-11 



7-7 



81 



ACC 



1964-65 


18-8 


10-4 






Maryland 


72 


Penn State 


71 


H 




82 


George Washington 


80 


H 




59 


Virginia 


61 


A 




62 


N. C. State 


63 


H 




73 


West Virginia 


80 


H 




82 


Wake Forest 


64 


H 




61 


Kansas 


63 


H 




66 


Tulsa 


59 


A 




73 


Miami (Fla) 


80 


A 




76 


North Carolina 


68 


H 




67 


Clemson 


65 


A 




75 


South Carolina 


70 


A 




77 


Navy 


58 


H 




93 


Wake Forest 


85 


A 




67 


N. estate 


73 


A 




91 


North Carolina 


80 


A 




64 


Duke 


82 


A 




86 


West Virginia 


78 


A 




85 


Georgetown 


67 


A 




52 


Virginia 


47 


H 




70 


Navy 


57 


A 




85 


Duke 


82 


H 




88 


Clemson 


71 


H 




73 


South Carolina 


59 


H 




61 


Clemson 


50 


ACC 




67 


N. estate 


76 


ACC 



61 


Penn State 


65 


A 


87 


Wake Forest 


66 


H 


59 


N. C. State 


48 


H 


62 


Kansas 


71 


A 


63 


Kansas State 


57 


A 


77 


Georgetown 


59 


H 


74 


West Virginia 


76 


A 


69 


Houston 


68 


A 


77 


Dayton 


75 


A 


52 


North Carolina 


67 


A 


62 


Virginia 


65 


H 


61 


Duke 


76 


A 


58 


N. estate 


60 


A 


107 


George Washington 


81 


A 


66 


Clemson 


71 


A 


78 


South Carolina 


63 


A 


76 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


86 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 



74 Navy 

107 West Virginia 

71 Virginia 
69 Duke 

56 South Carolina 

69 Clemson 

70 North Carolina 

1966-67 11-14 5-9 

Maryland 76 Penn State 

54 N. estate 

63 South Carolina 
85 Virginia 

50 Oklahoma State 

53 Memphis State 

59 Wake Forest 
66 Davidson 

57 Army 

60 N. C. State 
82 West Virginia 
69 Duke 

68 Clemson 

58 West Virginia 

53 South Carolina 

77 North Carolina 

78 George Washington 
49 Georgetown 

87 Virginia 

65 Navy 

58 Duke 

78 North Carolina 

61 Clemson 

64 Wake Forest 

54 South Carolina 

1967-68 8-16 4-10 

Maryland 71 Penn State 

84 George Washington 

62 N. C. State 

66 South Carolina 
60 Wake Forest 

53 Texas El Paso 

72 Southern Illinois 

59 South Carolina 
52 N. C. State 

79 West Virginia 
52 Duke 

93 Clemson 

76 Navy 

73 Miami (Fla) 

67 North Carolina 
64 Duke 

66 West Virginia 

85 Virginia 

87 Wake Forest 

60 North Carolina 
81 Clemson 

68 Virginia 

68 Georgetown 

54 N. estate 



69 


H 


92 


H 


64 


A 


74 


H 


42 


H 


81 


H 



77 



57 



63 



ACC 



53 


H 


38 


A 


65 


H 


65 


A 


49 


A 


55 


A 


68 


H 


65 


A 


54 


A 


55 


H 


81 


A 


72 


H 


48 


H 


61 


H 


80 


A 


85 


A 


52 


H 


80 


A 


76 


H 


66 


A 


81 


A 


79 


H 


65 


A 


78 


A 



ACC 



76 


A 


53 


A 


75 


H 


65 


H 


73 


A 


70 


A 


73 


A 


68 


A 


68 


A 


75 


H 


84 


H 


94 


A 


72 


H 


93 


A 


73 


H 


85 


A 


83 


A 


76 


H 


74 


H 


83 


A 


68 


H 


70 


A 


60 


H 



ACC 



1968-69 


8-18 


2-12 






Maryland 


66 


Penn State 


56 


H 




65 


West Virginia 


86 


A 




67 


South Carolina 


79 


A 




63 


Princeton 


72 


H 




87 


Wake Forest 


95 


A 




99 


George Washington 


96 


H 




89 


Marshall 


80 


A 




85 


Miami (Fla) 


92 


A 




69 


Davidson 


83 


A 




95 


Wichita 


83 


A 




71 


Wake Forest 


93 


A 




69 


N. C. State 


85 


A 



70 



196970 

Maryland 



1970-71 



Maryland 



67 
85 
83 
77 
87 
81 
91 
83 
68 
78 
86 
84 
83 

71 

13-13 

97 
92 
67 
87 
68 
54 
94 
94 
57 
96 
83 
44 
75 
73 
97 
52 
69 
54 
81 
69 
83 
76 
103 
78 
79 

57 



14-12 



South Carolina 

Duke 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

N. C. State 

West Virginia 

Duke 

Navy 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Georgetown 

South Carolina 

5-9 

Buffalo 

George Washington 

Princeton 

Wake Forest 

South Carolina 

Army 

Fordham 

Delaware 

N. C. State 

Wake Forest 

West Virginia 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Navy 

Maine 

Duke 

North Carolina 

N. C. State 

Georgetown 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Duke 

Clemson 

West Virginia 

Virginia 

N. C. State 



5-9 



86 


Delaware 


109 


Buffalo 


85 


Lehigh 


72 


Wake Forest 


70 


South Carolina 


79 


Georgetown 


80 


Tampa 


111 


Miami (Fla.) 


99 


Richmond 


81 


N. C. State 


31 


South Carolina 


56 


Clemson 


69 


George Washington 


88 


Loyola (Md.l 


70 


North Carolina 


61 


N. C. State 


88 


Duke 


63 


Virginia 


67 


Duke 


76 


North Carolina 


56 


Seton Hall 


45 


Clemson 


81 


West Virginia 


66 


Wake Forest 


89 


Virginia 


63 


South Carolina 



69 


H 


96 


A 


78 


H 


78 


H 


107 


A 


86 


H 


84 


H 


93 


H 


72 


A 


84 


A 


88 


H 


83 


A 


78 


A 



92 



67 



ACC 



77 


H 


71 


A 


75 


A 


104 


H 


101 


H 


69 


H 


71 


H 


58 


H 


91 


A 


88 


A 


76 


H 


55 


A 


63 


A 


57 


H 


68 


H 


50 


H 


77 


H 


64 


A 


71 


H 


71 


A 


90 


A 


87 


A 


85 


H 


83 


A 


71 


H 



ACC 



73 


H 


70 


H 


66 


H 


71 


H 


96 


A 


96 


A 


72 


H 


77 


H 


67 


H 


83 


H 


30 


H 


52 


H 


67 


H 


69 


A 


105 


A 


71 


A 


79 


A 


78 


A 


70 


H 


100 


H 


55 


A 


51 


A 


83 


H 


72 


A 


84 


H 



71 



ACC 



1971-72 



Maryland 



27-5 



8-4 



100 


Brown 


83 


H 


118 


George Washington 


96 


A 


57 


Virginia 


78 


A 


79 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


86 


Canisius 


77 


H 


73 


Loyola 


60 


A 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 


A 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


H 


90 


St. John's 


69 


H 


83 


N.C. State 


70 


H 


61 


Clemson 


63 


A 


49 


Wake Forest 


46 


A 


85 


Navy 


60 


A 


82 


Buffalo 


58 


H 


72 


North Carolina 


92 


A 


66 


N.C. state 


65 


A 


77 


Duke 


58 


H 


85 


Duquesne 


71 


H 


78 


Long Island Univ. 


60 


A 


79 


North Carolina 


77 


H 


67 


Clemson 


57 


H 


76 


Richmond 


61 


H 


59 


Duke 


68 


A 


64 


Wake Forest 


56 


H 


45 


Virginia 


42 


H 


54 


Clemson 


52 


ACC 


62 


Virginia 


57 


ACC 


64 


North Carolina 


73 


ACC 


67 


St. Joseph's 


55 


NIT 


71 


Syracuse 


65 


NIT 


91 


Jacksonville 


77 


NIT 


100 


Niagara 


69 


NIT 



TEAMS WITH HIGHEST AVERAGE HOME 
ATTENDANCE-1971-72 



1 


Brigham Young 


2 


Iowa State 


3 


Minnesota 


4 


Purdue 


5 


Illinois 


6 


New Mexico 


7 


Indiana 


8 


MARYLAND 


9 


Ohio State 


10 


Dayton 



12 games 
12 games 

1 1 games 

12 games 

10 games 
14 games 

1 1 games 

14 games 

12 games 

15 games 



1 

2 


Brigham Young 
UCLA 


3 
4 
5 
6 


Dayton 

New Mexico 
Iowa State 
MARYLAND 


7 

8 

9 

10 


Kansas 
Marquette 
Purdue 
Ohio State 



TEAMS WITH HIGHEST TOTAL HOME 
ATTENDANCE-1971-72 



12 games 
1 7 games 

15 games 
14 games 
12 games 
14 games 
14 games 

16 games 
12 games 
1 2 games 



21,818 
15,554 
14,292 
13,701 
13,697 
1 3,333 
13,284 
13,166 
13,147 
13,147 



261 ,81 5 
21 1 ,357 
191,357 
186,660 
186,531 
184,323 
175,050 
171,936 
164,407 
157,758 



71 



CAREER SCORING 



1,397 


Gene Shue 


(1951-54) 


1,370 


WiU Hetzel 


(1967-70) 


1,300 


Jay McMillan 


(1964-67) 


1,266 


Bob Kessler 


(1953-56) 


1,094 


Gary Ward 


(1963-66) 


1,016 


Lee Brawley 


(1949-52) 


987 


Pete Johnson 


(1966-69) 


972 


Bob O'Brien 


(1954-57) 


935 


A! Bunge 


(1957-60) 


875 


Jerry Greenspan 


(1960-63) 


861 


Nick Davis 


(1954-57) 


860 


Rod Horst 


(1967-70) 


854 


Bruce Kelleher 


(1958-61) 


783 


Charles McNeil 


(1957-60) 


737 


Jim O'Brien 


(1970- ) 




SINGLE SEASON SCORING 


667 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


654 


Gene Shue 


1953-54 


605 


Will Hetzel 


1968-69 


512 


Jay McMillen 


1964-65 


508 


Gene Shue 


1952-53 


490 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


487 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


469 


Gary Ward 


1964-65 


430 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


428 


Rod Horst 


1969-70 


414 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


401 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 


396 


Jay McMillen 


1965-66 


395 


Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


392 


Jay McMillen 


1966-67 


389 


Howard White 


1970-71 


SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 


351 


Len Elmore 


1971-72 


336 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


318 


WiU Hetzel 


1968-69 


306 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


289 


Al Bunge 


1959-60 


279 


Bob McDonald 


1960-61 


271 


Gary Ward 


1964-65 


265 


Al Bunge 


1957-58 


263 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


258 


Rod Horst 


1969-70 


250 


Bob Everett 


1954-55 


250 


Bob Kessler 


1953-54 


241 


Al Bunge 


1958-59 


241 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


235 


Jerry Greenspan 


1961-62 


229 


Rod Horst 


1968-69 


220 


Sparky StiU 


1969-70 


229 


Rod Horst 


1968-69 


224 


Barry Yates 


1970-71 


220 


Sparky Still 


1969-70 


208 


Sparky Still 


1970-71 


202 


Rich Drescher 


1967-68 


195 


Jim Halleck 


1956-57 


195 


Jay McMillen 


1966-67 


191 


Jay McMillen 


1964-65 





WILL HETZEL 

No. 2— Career Scoring 



GENE SHUE 

No. 1— Career Scoring 





JAY McMILLEN 

No. 3— Career Scoring 
Top 20— Rebounding 



LEE BRAWLEY 

No. 6— Career Scoring 





GARY WARD 

No. 5— Career Scoring 

No. 7— Rebounding 



JERRY GREENSPAN 

Top 20-Scoring 
Top 20— Rebounding 



72 



MARYLAND INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 




MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-1971 

Len Elmore 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM-1971 

Bob Bodell-Maryland 
James Brown— Harvard 
Mel Davis-St. John's 
Len Elmore— Maryland 
Jim Fitzsimmons— Harvard 
Floyd Lewis— Harvard 
Tom McMillen-Maryland 
Jim O'Brien— Maryland 
Bill Schaeffer-St. John's 
Howard White-Maryland 



Athletic Director Jim Kehoe holds the MIT trophy won by 
Maryland in 1971 . 



TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



INDIVIDUAL GAME 

MOST POINTS; 35 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard) ag W. Kentucky, 

1971 
MOST REBOUNDS: 21 by James Brown (Harvard) ag St. John's, 

1971 
MOST ASSISTS: 7 by Howard White (Maryland) ag St. John's, 

1971 
MOST FGA: 29 by Mel Davis (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971 
MOST PGM: 16 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard) ag W. Kentucky, 

1971 
BEST FG PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) 10 of 11,91% 

by Floyd Lewis (Harvard) ag W. Kentucky, 1971 
MOST FTA: 10 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971 
MOST FTM: 9 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971 
BEST FT PERFORMANCE: (5 or more attempts) 9 of 10, 90% by 

Bill Schaeffer (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971 

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT 

MOST POINTS: 59 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard), 1971 

MOST REBOUNDS: 35 by James Brown (Harvard), 1971 

MOST ASSISTS: 9 by Howard White (Maryland), 1971 

MOST FGA: 47 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard), 1971 

MOST FGM: 27 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard), 1971 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: (15 or more attempts) 20 of 30, 67% 

by Floyd Lewis (Harvard), 1971 
MOST FTA: 14 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's), 1971 
MOST FTM: 12 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's), 1971 
BEST FT PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) 12 of 14, 86% 

by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's), 1971 



TEAM GAME 

MOST POINTS: 107 by Harvard ag. W. Kentucky, 1971 (107-89) 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 36 by Maryland ag W. Kentucky, 

1971 (103-67) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 196 by Harvard (107) and W. 

Kentucky (89), 1971 
FEWEST POINTS: 67 by W. Kentucky ag Maryland (103), 1971 
MOST FGA: 89 by W. Kentucky ag Harvard, 1971 
MOST FGM: 45 by Harvard ag W. Kentucky, 1971 
BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 43 of 67, 64% by Maryland ag W. 

Kentucky, 1971 
MOST FTA: 31 by Maryland ag St. John's, 1971 
MOST FTM: 20 by Maryland ag St. John's, 1971 
BEST FT PERFORMANCE: 15 of 21, 71% by St. John's ag 

Maryland, 1971 
MOST REBOUNDS: 67 by Harvard ag W. Kentucky, 1971 
MOST FOULS: 23 by St. John's ag Maryland, 1971 
FEWEST FOULS: 17 by Maryland ag W. Kentucky, 1971; Maryland 

ag St. John's, 1971; St. John's ag Harvard, 1971; Harvard ag W. 

Kentucky, 1971 

TEAM TOURNAMENT 

MOST POINTS: 195 by Harvard, 1971 

FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 136 by W. Kentucky and St. 

John's ag Maryland (193), 1971 
MOST FGA: 171 by W. Kentucky, 1971 
MOST FGM: 82 by Harvard, 1971 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 78 of 132, 60% by Maryland, 1971 
MOST FTA: 56 by Maryland, 1971 
MOST FTM: 37 by Maryland, 1971 

BEST FT PERFORMANCE: 31 of 44, 70% by St. John's, 1971 
MOST REBOUNDS: 124 by Harvard, 1971 
MOST FOULS: 42 by W. Kentucky, 1971 
FEWEST FOULS: 34 by Maryland, 1971 



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