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McMILLEN - ELMORE ERA 



Tom McMillen and Lenny Elmore finish their careers 
at Maryland as co-captains for the 1973-74 season. In 
their two previous varsity seasons, the duo have led the 
Terrapins to 50 wins, a National Invitational Tourna- 
ment triumph and to the Eastern NCAA Regional 
Championship game. 

McMillen will be shooting for his third Ail-American 
berth. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic team 
and is a mere 117 points away from the Uni\ersity's 
all-time career scoring record. 

Elmore has been called by many the backbone of the 
Maryland teams for his shot-blocking and o\erall center 
play. He played a vital role in the U.S. All-Stars games 
against the Russians and won second team All-ACC 
honors despite injuries last season. 

With such a background, the final chapter in the 
McMillen-EImore era at the University looms to be 
a very exciting one. 




ALSAC 

ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S KE3EARCH HOSPIT.\L "? 




October JO, 1973 



Coach Lefcy Driotoll 
Ontvacsicy of Karylaod 
BasKatball Office 

Dear coach. 

Once a^aln the cosaitCee vould like to thank you and youz 
staff for all the wonderful help and the baakettialla that 
were auctloood oft at the radlothon. Kb are sure that 
you knCT* the ooney raised for St. Jude Children'a Research 
Hospital frcas the radlothon Is oost appreciated and ve 
aao once again oost grateful to you all foe your support. 



Mary Blico Svengros 
9807 Bill St. 
Kensington. Hd. 2079S 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



• • • 




ACTION 



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EXCITEMENT! 




CHARLES G 



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HEAD COACH 
LEFTY" DRIESELL • 



There is only one Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell who 
started his career as a Junior Varsity Coach at Granby 
High School in Norfolk, Virginia, and continued on to 
become the best floor mentor in the history of the state 
with 59 consecutive wins at nearby Newport News 
High School. 

Lefty moved on to the dismal situation at Davidson 
College where his court techniques once again con- 
tributed to a Cinderella story and overnight little David- 
son was a national power. From Davidson the then 
nationally renowned Driesell took over the head job at 
the University of Maryland where in the past two sea- 
sons he has won the N.LT. and represented the tough 
Atlantic Coach Conference in the Eastern Regionals. 

Driesell's teams are earmarked by their pro oriented 
style of play featuring an aggressive man to man de- 
fense, an awesome board control and exciting fast break 
offense called by one pro scout as "the most pro de- 
signed program in the country." 





While on the way to winning 50 games and ranking 
as one of the top 5 winning coaches in the country- 
over the past two seasons, the popular Duke graduate 
has now amassed 253 wins against 102 losses Nvhile hav- 
ing the phenomenal record of having 5 teams ranked in 
the top ten final poll; more than any other coach in 
the ACC. 

A typical day in the life of Lefty may start with an 
early morning phone call from one of his former assist- 
ants, like George Raveling or Terry Holland, for advice 
and guidance concerning their head coaching jobs. 

One may next see him walking on campus with his 
arms over the shoulders of Billy Hahn or Jap Trimble 
as only the fatherly Driesell could do. Many hours on 
the phone often encompass the early afternoon, \-arying 
from a call for Tom McMillen concerning his endorse- 
ment for the Rhodes Scholarship to a call from Rich 
Porac concerning dental school. Many are conversations 
with Red Auerbach about one of the players or Driesell's 
awesome pro offense. 

Practice often finds Lefty at his favorite location — 
coaching with a blending of intenseness and perfection. 
He moves over the floor, from showing power moves 
to Elmore to demonstrating a rocker step to Lucas. 

His day is always finished with a continuation of film 
study in his den, many times until 3 or 4 a.m. He has 
spent thousands of hours at the projector. Coach Drie- 
sell's week always ends with a Sunday breakfast for the 
team, assistants and their wives at the Driesell home. 

After breakfast Coach Driesell will always be seen 
with his attractice wife Joyce, and their children Patty, 
Pam, Carolyn and Charles going to the Coles\-ille Pres- 
byterian Church of which they are members. He is also 
a founding meinber of the Branch Richey Associated 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

Driesell is a very academic man. He was an honor 
student at Granby High School in Norfolk, \^a. and 
he made the Dean's List at Duke University where he 
received his B.A. Lefty is also a member of Kappa 
Delta Pi Honorary at William and Mary College, where 
he received his Masters in Education. He is a member 
of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary at Maryland. He 
is listed in the Who's Who in the South and the Di- 
rectoiy of International Biography. 




COACH DRIESELL'S RECORD 



1955-56 Granby High J.V. Won 18 

1956-57 Granby High Varsity Won 15 

1957-59 Newport News Varsity Won 64 

Four Year High School Record: Won 97 
(included a 57 game winning streak 
and State Championship) 

1960-61 Da\-idson Won 

1961-62 Davidson Won 

1962-63 Davidson Won 

1963-64 Davidson Won 22 

1964-65 DaWdson Won 24 

1965-66 Davidson Won 

1966-67 Davidson Won 

1967-68 Davidson Won 24 

1968-69 Davidson Won 27 

1969-70 Maryland Won 

1970-71 Maryland Won 

1971-72 Maryland Won 27 

1972-73 Maryland Won 23 



9 
14 
20 



21 
15 



13 
14 



Lost 4 

Lost 5 

Lost 6 

Lost 15 



Lost 14 
Lost 1 1 



Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 



Lost 
Lost 



Lost 12 
Lost 5 



3 
13 



Lost 12 
Lost 5 
Lost 7 



THIRTEEN YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 
Won 253 Lost 102 Pet.— .713 

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 
1965 
1968 
1969 
1972 
1973 



10th 
6 th 
8th 
3rd 

llth 
8 th 



Davidson 

Davidson 
Davidson 
DaWdson 
Maryland 
Maryland 



COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING STATISTICS 



Year 

1960-61 

1961-62 

1962-63 

1963-64 

1964-65 

1965-66 

1966-67 

1967-68 

1968-69 

1969-70 

1970-71 

1971-72 

1972-73 



Shooting 

FGA 
1,321 
1,411 
1,632 
1,644 
1,784 
1,713 
1,645 
1,791 
2,105 
1,709 
1,650 
1,877 
2,094 



Rebounds 
0pp. 



Scoring 
0pp. 



FGM Pet 

571 .432 

617 .437 

792 .485 



894 
908 
877 



984 
781 
735 
929 
1,089 



.543 
.509 
.512 



76 .466 
885 .494 



.467 
.457 
.445 
.495 
.520 



FTA 

596 

679 

641 

722 

672 

739 

709 

795 

886 

586 

715 

786 

606 



FTAf 
407 
493 
477 
534 
484 
563 
537 
562 
645 
417 
480 
586 
435 



Pet 
.683 
.726 
.744 
.739 
.720 
.762 
.757 
.708 
.728 
.712 
.715 
.746 
.718 



Avg 
41.6 
42.7 
42.8 
45.2 
47.3 
43.2 
43.0 
46.6 
51.0 
42.5 
44.4 
43.4 
45.4 



Arg 
38.9 
39.4 
33.9 
34.3 
38.4 
37.4 
40.1 
37.6 
39.2 
41.6 
40.3 
32.5 
34.8 



Avg 
67.4 
69.1 
76.3 
89.3 
88.5 
82.8 
76.6 
80.5 
87.1 
76.1 
75.0 
76.4 
87.1 



Avg 
69.8 
69.8 
65.8 
70.5 
70.9 
70.8 
71.1 
68.9 
73.6 
74.7 
73.4 
65.8 
74.2 



W 
9 
14 
20 
22 
24 
21 
15 
24 
27 
13 
14 
27 
23 



L 

14 
11 
7 
4 
2 
7 
12 
5 
3 

13 

12 

5 

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 
JIM KEHOE 




James H. Kehoe became Director of Athletics at the 
University of Maryland July 1, 1969, upon the retirement 
of William W. Cobey, who had held the post since 1956. In 
his first year as AD the Terps won 100 athletic contests, six 
of the 12 ACC team titles and captured the ACC's Car- 
michael Cup for the seventh time. 

In his third year at the helm of the Maryland athletic 
program the Terrapins won their first NATIONAL TITLE 
in basketball as they captured the National Invitational 
Tournament Championship. It was Kehoe who lured Coach 
Lefty Driesell to Maryland as the Terp basketball coach. 

He obtained the services of Jerry Claiborne to guide the 
Terrapin Football fortunes in 1972 and the program took 
an immediate leap forward, recording the best record in 10 
years, the most points scored in 18 years and advancing 
from last to first in the ACC in total defense. 

The 1972-73 season saw another significant step in the 
direction Kehoe has aimed for. The Maryland Educational 
Foundation under the direction of Tom Fields, another 
Kehoe recruit, contributed over 250,000 dollars to the 
Maryland athletic program and the Terrapin Club increased 
its membership to nearly 900. 

In addition the Terps won 108 of 164 contests, reached 
the finals of the NCAA Eastern Regional Basketball Tour- 
nament for the first time and won the National Champion- 
ship in Lacrosse. Five more ACC Championships increased 
the Maryland total to 114, more than double the total re- 
corded by runner-up North Carolina with 52. 

As Maryland track coach for 23 years, Kehoe saw his 
teams capture the Atlantic Coast Conference championship 
in aU but one year of the ACC's existence. 

In 1954, first year of the conference, Maryland took the 
conference crown. After North Carolina won the title in 
1955, Kehoe's teams regained the championship which 
Maryland has now held for 16 straight years. 

Since he became head track and cross country coach in 
1946, Kehoe has directed his teams to a total of 47 South- 
ern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference champion- 
ships. 

In dual meet competition his teams were undefeated for 
the past eight years, and the track team had a winning 
streak of 27 straight victories and the cross country team 
23 at his retirement. 

Maryland won the 1.C.4-A. track title in 1965, '66, and 
'69 to claim Eastern track supremacy. 

Perhaps Kehoe's greater moment was reserved for his 
final season. In his final meet as head coach, by the margin 
of a single point, Maryland defeated heavily favored ViUa- 
nova for the I.C.4-A. outdoor championship. By his own 
admission Kehoe declared this was his greatest track victory 
during his 25 years of coaching. 

A native of Bel Air, Maryland where he starred in several 
sports, Kehoe entered Maryland in 1936 and concentrated 
on track and cross country. He lettered in all three of his 
varsity seasons, was undefeated in dual meet competition 




during this period, and won several Southern Conference 
titles in indoor and outdoor competition, as well as holding 
University records in the 880 yard and two mile runs. 

While a student at Maryland Kehoe was president of the 
Men's League and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
National Honorary Fraternity. His responsibilities at Mar>'- 
land prior to his appointment as Athletic Director included: 
Head Track and Cross Country Coach, Associate Professor 
of Physical Education, and Director of Intramural Ath- 
letics. He also holds an Honorary Doctors Degree from 
Steed College in Tennessee. 

During World War II Kehoe served as an officer with the 
8 1 St Infantry Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank of 
private to lieutenant colonel upon retirement. He partici- 
pated in the Philippine Islands and Central Pacific Cam- 
paigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, American Service 
Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal, and Philippine 
Liberation Medal while in service. 

Kehoe is married to the former Barbara Riggs England, a 
1943 Maryland graduate. The Kehoes have four children: 
daughters Courtney Ann 27, Barbara Sue 25, Mary Lou 19, 
and a son Jim 26. Courtney Ann and Jim are graduates of 
the University. 



DAVE PRITCHETT, 
ASSISTANT COACH 




Dave Pritchett comes to the University of Maryland 
as one of the most sought after assistant coaches in 
tlie country. 

Whether it be coaching or teaching on the floor to 
diagramming styles of play at one of the hundreds of 
coaching clinics he had attended, it all leads to one 
simple statement . . . Dave Pritchett is a winner. 

Every program Pritchett has ever been associated 
with mo\ed to the top with o\'er 20 game winning 
seasons within two years after his arrival on the scene. 
He is widely known for his organizational ability and 
great love and rapport with the players and staff. 

"The most forming day in my life was when Coach 
Driesell called and gave me a chance to be associated 
with him at the Uni\ersity of Maryland. Coach 
Driesell, without question, possesses the finest basketball 
mind in the game today and he is the outstanding bas- 
ketball man of our times. 

"It has been my life long ambition to be associated 
with a man of Coach Driesell's ability. I have always 
wanted to study under such a person, who through his 
thousands of hours of studying films and constant clinic 
study is so very talented on the floor." 

Coach Pritchett came to Maryland from Boston 
College where he served as the top varsity assistant over 
the past two years. Before Boston College, Dave served 
as assistant at Bluefield State College and Virginia 
Commonwealth University. His Bluefield State fresh- 
men still hold the distinction of being the only un- 
defeated team in its history. 

Dave in a rare moment away from basketball will 
always be found at home with his wife, Judith Ann, 
and their three sons, Roger, David and Charles. 




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Joe Harrington has been associated with Maryland 
Basketball for the past ten years. He came to Mary- 
land as a High School All-American from Morse High 
School in Bath, Maine. During his playing career, he 
was first-team and Co-Captain for the Terps, and a 
pro draft selection of the World Champion Boston 
Celtics. 

While Harrington was working on his master's in 
Physical Education, Coach Driesell took over as Head 
Coach and hired Joe as an assistant. "He's one of the 
most loyal and hard-working assistants I "ever had," 
says Coach Driesell. "With his basketball knowledge 
and dedication to the game, I believe he has an ex- 
cellent future in the coaching profession." 

Harrington feels, "As a player in the pre-Driesell 
era, and now as an assistant coach, I can- tell that the 
Maryland basketball program has taken a fundamental 
step forward and is still making great progress. I at- 
tribute this to Coach's unique ability to personally 
motivate, inspire, and work with each and every one 
of us involved with the Maryland basketball program. 
Whether it is discussing a players academic goals with 
a professor, coaching ,on the floor of Cole Field House, 
or speaking to the players, parents, alumni and friends 
at the annual basketball banquet, Coash Driesell's 
mystique comes through. 

I originally chose Maryland for its academic ex- 
cellence and awesome potential in basketball. Coach 
Driesell's personal influence with all of us has made 
this potential a reality." 

Coach Harrington is married to the former Ann 
Schopfer who is also a graduate of the University of 
Maryland. Ann will graduate from the University 
of Maryland Law School this spring. 



JOE HARRINGTON, 
ASSISTANT COACH 





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HOWARD WHITE, 
ASSISTANT COACH 




Howard White joins the Maryland coaching staff 
after having coine to the Maiyland program when 
Coach Driesell first came to Maryland. White came to 
Maryland with awesome credentials; he was everybody's 
Ail-American. He contributed a great deal to the Mary- 
land program as a player under Driesell, the coach. 
White now works with Driesell, as Driesell the hard 
worker and organizer. 

White says that "Driesell is a tremendous person to 
be associated with, an excellent floor coach as well as 
a great individual." He also comments on the way that 
Driesell's winning ways have carried over to the players 
he has had under him and also to the people that have 
been associated with him. 

White will add a new dimension to the Maryland 
program and should learn much under the fellowship 
of Head Coach, Charles Driesell. White's comment on 
this issue are that "any person that can come under the 
influence of a magnanimous leader, such as Driesell, 
should be better prepared for any future endeavor in 
which they chose to pursue — whether it's coaching or 
selling books. Lefty just seems to have these innate 
qualities to turn a person into a winner in the battle 
field of life, where it really counts the most." 

White will be working with guards in the Maryland 
program. He will be teaching and working with them 
on different aspects and phases of play. White feels 
that "the Maryland guards should dominate and take 
control and be very tough." 



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John Kochan received his B.A. from the City Uni- 
versity of New York (Lehman College branch) and is 
continuing his graduate education here at the Univer- 
sity of Maryland. He vi-ill receive his master's degree 
in June in Physical Education with an emphasis on 
Sport Psychology. 

During his athletic career at Lehman, he captained 
both the basketball and baseball teams. In his junior 
year, he was \-oted the MVP in both. 

John's involvement with the basketball program will 
consist of scouting, evaluation of prospective players 
and assisting in practice. 

John says, "The Uni\ersity of Maryland basketball 
season, with its opener against UCLA, is an indication 
of the direction and achievements that have been 
reached. National recognition has already been attain- 
ed, and a National Championship is our goal for this 
coming season. 

Coach Driesell is not only a successful coach but a 
first-class individual and man who has total admiration 
and dedication from his entire staff." 

John is married to the former Jane Wolf, who is an 
art teacher in the Prince Georges County School System. 



JOHN KOCHAN, 
GRADUATE ASSISTANT 





EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

MARYLAND 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

Thomas M. Fields 

When Jim Kehoe assumed the duties as Director of 
Athletics at the University of Maryland he realized that 
financial stability was absolutely necessary to achieve the 
goals he set for Maryland athletics. 

He went after one man, and one man only, to head 
the Maryland Educational Foundation and as usual he 
was successful. He lured Thomas M. Fields into retire- 
ment from the United States Marine Corps where he had 
devoted 28 years of distinguished service. 

The former Maryland All-American distance runner 
and teammate of Kehoe's took over his duties at Mary- 
land in 1970 and his success has been phenomenal. 



For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970 contributions 
to the Maryland Educational Foundation totaled approxi- 
mately $30,000. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1973 
contributions totaled just over $260,000, an increase of 
over 800 percent. 

During the past year the Terrapin Club renewed 
96 percent of their contributions and the membership 
now stands at 865, quite a jump from the 132 original 
members. 

Of the 865 members, one is a life member ($10,000 
contribution), 63 are Diamondback members ($1,000 
annual contribution) and 203 are Gold Members ($500 
annual contribution). 

The goal set by Colonel Fields the past year was $250,- 
000 and he surpassed that figure although many termed 
it an unrealistic goal. This coming year he has set a 
goal of $350,000 and a Terrapin Club membership of 
over 1,000. 

With the hard work and dedication he has contributed 
to the program in the past he will achieve that goal 
as well. 

Colonel Fields' service to his country followed the 
same pattern he established as a track star at Mar)land 
and recently as a University Administrator. During 
World War II he served in combat on Guadalcanal, 
Vella Lavella, Bougainville and Iwo Jima. He also 
served in Korea and 'Vietnam and at the time of his 
retirement was the Deputy Director of Information, 
Headquarters Marine Corps. 

Colonel Fields and his wife, the former Patricia T. 
Hansel, have four children. Thomas M. Jr. will join 
the Maryland Track team this fall after a successful 
career at Northwestern High as a distance runner. Karen 
is 17, Lori 15 and David 13. 



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THE TEAM 




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Owen Brown saw action in 29 of Maryland's 30 
games last season and moves into his junior year as 
one of the contenders for the two spots left open in 
the Terrapins' lineup via graduation. He can play 
either wing or low post and possesses exceptional speed, 
quickness and ball handling ability for a man of his 
size. He is also a good shot blocker. Owen led the 
Maryland freshman team in scoring two seasons ago 
with a 21.3 average and also collected 11.8 rebounds 
a game. Last year he had a high game of 19 points 
against Fordham In high school he scored over 1500 
in his career and was selected player of the year in 
Illinois. He chose Maryland over 250 scholarship offers. 
Owen wants to enter criminal law after his playing days 
at Maryland. He will be a potent factor for the Terps 
after he recovers from a broken foot suffered at the 
start of practice. 



OWEN BROWN 




6-9, 205, 20, Junior 
LaGrange, Illinois 




GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FT A PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
Freshman 16 139 244 .570 63 86 .733 189 61-6 341 21.3 

Sophomore 30 52 124 .419 18 28 .643 72 63-2 122 4.1 



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LEN ELMORE 

6-9, 232, 21, Senior 
Springfield Gardens, New York 




Had an excellent junior year although hampered by 
injuries early in the season and missing four games at 
the close of the season. Suffered a broken bone in his 
foot in the Duke game on February 24. The Terps 
lost two of the four games he did not play in. 

After missing three games he played in the second 
game of the ACC tournament on March 9 against 
Wake Forest scoring 12 points and pulling in nine re- 
bounds with a special support on his foot. After Mary- 
land had reached the finals of the ACC tournament 
and had been designated to represent the ACC in the 
NCAA tournament he was held out of the North Caro- 
lina State game that Maryland lost 76-74. A week later 
he played in the NCAA tournament with the same sup- 
port and his 12 of 21 shots, scored 10 points against 
Syracuse and 14 against Providence, pulled in 24 re- 
bounds and seventh in the voting for the Eastern 
Regional All-Tournament team. 

He answered a SOS from the United States team, 
joining the US All-Stars for the final three games of 
the series against the Russians and was outstanding. 

His shot blocking and ability to intimidate the ap- 
ponents was vital to the Terp success throughout the 
season. Coach Lefty Driesell called him "the best shot- 
blocker to ever play in the ACC" and credits many of 
his goal tending calls to the fact that his timing is so 
perfect that many times the officials just cannot believe 
it was a legitimate block. 

For the season he averaged 10 points a game and 11.2 
rebounds, second in the ACC. He pulled in 290 re- 
bounds in 26 games and now has 637 rebounds and 
609 points in two years. 

He was named the "Most Valuable Player" of the 
Terps for 1972-73 and also "The Best Defensive Player". 

During his summers he has worked with the Police 
Athletic League's play-street program as a director in 
New York City. He has continued this work throughout 
his career at Maryland where he is a pre-law major. 



GAMES FCM FGA PCT FTM FT A 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 


Junior 


26 


112 


239 


.469 


37 


61 


.607 


290 


53-4 


261 


10.0 



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Billy Hahn, the shortest of the Terrapins, knows his 
way around the bucket by leading Maryland in shoot- 
ing percentage at 71.4 while seeing action in 16 of the 
Terrapins' games. He is the first Maryland player from 
basketball-rich Indiana. He is a good point man with 
his ability to run an offense and hand out assists. As a 
freshman, Billy averaged seven assists a game while 
hitting 49 per cent of his shots for a 9.1 average. He 
is extremely quick and plays a hard nose type of defense. 
Billy hopes to teach and coach after graduation with 
his major interest in math. 



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BILLY HAHN 

5-10, 155, 20, Junior 
Mishawaka, Indiana 





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GAMES 


PGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM FTA 


PCT 


REBS PF-DSQ PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 16 


53 


108 


.491 


.39 51 


.765 


43 37-1 145 


9.1 


Sophomore 16 


5 


7 


,714 


2 


.000 


8-0 10 


0.6 



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MAURICE HOWARD 



6-2, 170, 20, Sophomore 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Maurice Howard showed the ability to play either at 
the point or wing positions. As a freshman last season 
he saw action in 29 of the 30 games. Maurice is an ex- 
ceptional ball handler and an accurate shooter up to 
20 feet. He has speed and good moves plus a good 
court sense. He also has the ability to hit the open man. 
Maurice was the Philadelphia player-of-the-year and 
averaged 21.5 points a game. He was a three time all- 
city selection and was a high school AU-American. He 
is expected to be a prime challenge for one of the wing 
positions left open in the Terrapins' starting lineup by 
graduation. 



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Freshman 



GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FT A PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
29 36 89 .404 11 19 .579 19 31-1 81 2.8 



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It takes a lot of talent and poise to step in as the 
starting point man on one of the nation's top eight 
teams as a freshman but John Lucas did that and more 
last year for the Terrapins. He finished the season on 
the All-Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and was 
sixth on the NCAA Eastern Regional Tournament 
team. In his first two games as a Maryland Terrapin 
John set a school record with 12 consecutive shots with- 
out a miss. He made Ail-American freshman teams and 
is a pre-season Ail-American sophomore. He finished 
the season with a 14.2 scoring average, the third best 
on the team and also hit 53.8 percent of his shots. He 
also handed out a team high of 178 assists. John is 
amazingly quick and is an outstanding passer, defensive 
player and a great shooter. He has uncanny ability to 
get ofT the good shot in a crowd. In high school, John 
was an honor student and averaged 34.5 points a game, 
breaking Pete Maravich's North Carolina scoring rec- 
ord. In addition to his basketball, he was a member of 
the junior Davis Cup tennis team. This summer John 
won the Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis Championships 
and was a member of the ACC number one doubles 
champions. Still just a sophomore, John is one of the 
bright stars in the Maryland attack. 



JOHN LUCAS 

6-4, 175, 19, Sophomore 
Durham, North Carolina 





GAMES FGM FGA PCT FTM FT A PCT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
Freshman 30 190 353 .538 45 64 .703 83 66-2 425 14.2 



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TOM McMILLEN 

6-11, 215, 21, Senior 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania 




The "Most Outstanding and Hardest Working" 
basketball player to ever play at the University of 
Maryland. Works just as hard in practice, in the class- 
room and in his many other activities as he does under 
game conditions. 

He ranks as the fourth all-time scorer in Maryland 
Basketball history with 1,283 points, just 17 behind his 
brother Jay and 114 behind Gene Shue, the all-time 
scorer. 

He made just about all of the All-American lists this 
past season and many his sophomore year. He has twice 
been named to the Academic-All-American team as a 
pre-med major. 

He was recently named to Maryland Governor Mar- 
vin Mandel's Commission on Student Affairs at College 
Park as the Chairman of the Commission. He also 
serves as Chairman of the Commission covering 22 
college campuses in the state of Maryland. 

He still serves on President Richard Nixon's 15-mem- 
ber Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. 

This past season he was named FIRST TEAM All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference, All-ACC Tournament, All- 
Eastern Regional Tournament and the MVP of the 
Maryland Invitational Tournament. As a Sophomore 
he was named the "Outstanding Player" in the NIT. 

He was ranked among the leaders in the ACC in 
every offensive category, third in scoring with a 21.2 
average, second in field goal percentage .585, fourth in 
rebounding with 284 for a 9.8 average and ninth in free 
throw shooting with .800 percentage. 

He was a member of the Olympic team but declined 
to participate in the US-Russian series because of his 
demanding class schedule at the time. 

Devotes many hours to charity drives and speaking 
at clubs, awards banquets, various youth groups and 
alumni groups. 

In Eastern Regional Tournament he hit 18 of 26 
shot from the field, 7 of 7 from the free throw line for 
43 points, pulled in 12 rebounds and played 40 minutes 
against Proxidence and 39 against Syracuse, more play- 
ing time than any other player in the tournament. 



*"^S3^ 



A 



I 



GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


POT 


FTM FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 16 


178 


285 


.625 


113 125 


.904 


247 


48-2 468 


29.3 


Sophomore 32 


235 


428 


.549 


197 241 


.817 


306 


67-3 667 


20.8 


Junior 29 


250 


427 


.585 


116 145 


.800 


284 


76-3 616 


21.2 



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Rich Porac is an excellent ball handler and defensive 
player at the point position for the Terrapins. He saw 
action in 24 games last year and handed out an assist 
a game. He hit on 48.3 percent of his shots. Rich still 
holds the Maryland freshman assist record with 19 in 
a game against Virginia and averaged 1 1 his freshman 
year to demonstrate his ability to run an offense and to 
hit the open man. On defensive he is a hustle type 
so necessary to the Maryland game plan. Rich is a Pre- 
Dentistry major. 




RICH PORAC 

6-0, 178, 21, Senior 
Monroeville, Pennsylvania 




GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM FTA 


PCT 


REBS PF-DSQ PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 16 


75 


143 


.524 


35 50 


.700 


22 25-0 185 


11.6 


Sophomore 29 


28 


59 


.340 


29 37 


.784 


17 31-0 75 


2.6 


Junior 24 


14 


29 


.483 


9 17 


.529 


7 8-0 37 


1.5 



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TOM ROY 

6-9, 210, 20, Junior 
South Windsor, Connecticut 




Tom Roy is a prime candidate for one of the low 
posts spots in the Maryland attack this year and the 
junior should do an excellent job in the spot. Tom is a 
potent inside force with tlje emphasis on good physical 
efTort. Tom knows to get up for games as two of his 
best rebounding contests game against Atlantic Coast 
Conference rivals North Carolina and North Carolina 
State. As a freshman Tom averaged 12.7 rebounds a 
game. He can also shoot with a 51.7 percentage. Tom 
came fronn high school as the all time New England 
scorer after leading his school to two state champion- 
ships. He would like to continue his playing days after 
college in the professional ranks. 




GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM FTA 


PCT 


REBS PF-DSQ PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 16 


99 


190 


.521 


68 109 


.624 


203 62-8 266 


16.6 


Sophomore 29 


46 


89 


.517 


36 68 


.529 


77 72-2 128 


4.4 



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Jap sat out last season with a knee injury but should 
be ready for the 1973-74 year. He should be a frequent' 
starter at a wing position. Jap is an outstanding de- 
fensive player with quickness and jumping ability. He 
also has an excellent reputation as a one-on-one player. 
In both his freshman and sophomore years, he averaged 
over 52 percent shooting and had a 20 point average as 
a frosh. Jap was a high school All-American. He is a 
sociology major and wants to become an FBI agent 
upon graduation. 



JAP TRIMBLE 

6-3, 181, 21, Junior 
New York, New York 





f> 



GAMES 
Freshman 16 

Sophomore 30 



FGM FGA PCT FTM FT A POT REBS PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

140 267 ,524 40 62 .645 88 37-0 320 20.0 

85 160 .531 26 48 .542 66 53-0 196 6.5 
Did Not Play in 1972-73 Due to Injury 



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WILSON WASHINGTON 



6-8, , 18, Freshman 
Norfolk, Virginia 





Wilson Washington comes to Maryland with a de- 
fensive play and shot blocking credentials. He scored 
19.4 points a game and averaged 14 rebounds a con- 
test for Booker T. Washington High School, leading 
them to a 23-3 mark. He was an All-Metropolitan 
selection and the outstanding player of the city. He 
was also the Most Valuable Player in the Eastern Dis- 
trict Tournament for Virginia. Wilson still has some 
things to learn about inside work after growing from a 
6-4 junior to his present 6-8. He was a B student in 
high school. 




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TV - RADIO 



Russ Potts, Mar)'land's Sports Promotions Director, 
has built in a few years one of the nation's largest 
radio and TV networks for the Terrapin basketball 
games. 

A 36 station radio network will carry all of the sea- 
son's action and follow the Terps through year-end 
tournament play. The flagship station for Maryland 
basketball will be \\'MAL in \Vashington, D.C. Steve 
Gilmartin, a recipient of numerous broadcasting honors, 
will handle the play by play. 

A total of 16 games will be telecast in the Washing- 
ton-Baltimore area. Three games, UCLA on Dec. 1, 
North Carolina State on Jan. 13 and North Carolina 
on Jan. 26, will be seen on national television. 

Six games will be carried regionally as the Atlantic 
Coast Conference game of the week. 

Over the past three years the University of Mary- 
land has been on national television more than any 
other school in the nation. Last year's North Carolina 
State game was played on Super Bowl Sunday and drew 
750,000 viewers in the Washington, D.C. area alone! 




GAMES ON TELEVISION 



National Television 

Dec. 1 —UCLA 

Jan. 13 — North Carolina State 

Jan. 26 — North Carolina 

Atlantic Coast Conference 
Games of the Week 

Jan. 5 — Clemson 

Jan. 13 — North Carolina State 

Jan. 26 — North Carolina 

Feb. 2 —Duke 

Feb. 16 — Clemson 

Mar. 2 — \'irginia 



WMAL-TV 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



5 - 

11- 
5 - 
13- 
17- 



Jan. 22- 
Jan. 26- 



30- 
2 - 
13- 
16- 



Feb. 23- 
Feb. 27- 
Mar. 2 — 

WMAR. 



Eastern Kentucky 

Georgetown 

Clemson 

North Carolina State 

Fordham 

Canisius 

North Carolina 

North Carolina State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

TV 



Jan. 5 — Clemson 

Jan. 13 — North Carolina State 

Jan. 26 — North Carolina 



Feb. 


2 - 


-Duke 


Feb. 


16- 


-Clemson 


Mar. 


2 - 


- \'irginia 


WJZ-TV 


Dec. 


11- 


-Georgetown 


Jan. 


22- 


-Canisius 


Jan. 


30- 


-North Carolina State 


Feb. 


13- 


-North Carolina 


Feb. 


23- 


-Duke 


Feb. 


27- 


-Wake Forest 



WTTG-TV (tentative) 

Feb. 20 — Duquesne 
Feb. 23— Duke 

WBFF-TV 

Feb. 20 — Duquesne 

VVRC-TV 

Dec. 1 —UCLA 



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TERRAPIN RADIO 
NETWORK 

Flagship Station 
WMAL, Washington 630 



F.M. 

WNBT 

WMSG 

WCST 

WQMC 

WFRE 

WHAG 

WVEC 

WEFG 

WCUM 

WBOC 

WTTR 





A.M. 


Wellsboro, Pa. 


WHPL 


Oakland, Md. 


WFMD 


Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 


WBOC 


Charlottesville, Va. 


WAMD 


Frederick, Md. 


WCST 


Hagerstown, Md. 


WMSG 


Norfolk-Hampton, Va. 


WINA 


Winchester, Va. 


WBAL 


Cumberland, Md. 


WCUM 


Salisbury, Md. 


WCEM 


Westminster, Md. 


WHVR 




WORK 




WKIK 




WHAG 




WNAV 




WFTR 




WMPT 




WEMD 




WPRW 




WNBT 




WVEC 




WCTR 




WSMD 




WETT 



Winchester, Va. 
Frederick, Md. 
Saiisouiy, Md. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Berkeley Spring, W. Va. 
Oakland, Md. 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Cumberland, Md. 
Cambridge, Md. 
Hanover, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Leonardtown, Md. 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Annapolis, Md. 
Front Royal, Va. 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Easton, Md. 
Manassas, Va. 
Wellsboro, Pa. 
Norfolk-Hampton, Va. 
Chestertown, Md. 
La Plata, Md. 
Ocean City, Md. 



Tom McMillen and Chairman James Lovell, the 
former astronaut, are members of the President's 
Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. 



Tom McMillen meets with U.S. Senator Hugh 
Scott (R-Pa.) to discuss the role of amateur 
athletics. 




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27 



PROS DRAFT 
LEFTY'S PLAYERS # 




Fred Hetzel, 

First Round Draft Choice 





Mike Maloy, 

First Round Draft Choice 



Dick Snyder, 

First Round Draft Choice 




Lefty Driesell and Red Auerbach, 
general manager of the Boston 
Celtics, talk strategy about Lefty's 
l>ro-style Terrapin offense. 



Tom McMillen and Len Elmore . . 
I974's first round draft choices? 




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OUR NEIGHBOR, D.C 




The Capitol 



The White House 




The Lincoln Memorial 



National Archives 




The .Smithsonian Institution 



R.F.K. Stadium 



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30 



TERP FOOTBALL 

JERRY CLAIBORNE, HEAD COACH 








*^ 


i 





t^^L 


Alabama's Paul 


"Bear" Bryant will 


return to the scene of his first college 


victories as the 


Crimson Tide meets 


the Terps in the 


1974 football operer. 


Bryant coached 


Maryland in 1945. 




1974 


Sept. 




14 


ALABAMA 


21 


Florida (at Tampa) 


28 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Oct. 




5 


at Syracuse 


12 


CLEMSON 


19 


at Wake Forest 


26 


N.C. State 


Nov. 




2 


at Penn State 


9 


VILLANOVA 


16 


at Duke 


23 


at Virginia 




1975 


Sept. 




13 


Tennessee (at IVIemphis) 


20 


at North Carolina 


27 


at Kentucky 


Oct. 




4 


SYRACUSE 


11 


N.C. STATE 


18 


at Wake Forest 


25 


VILLANOVA 


Nov. 




1 


PENN STATE 


8 


at Cincinnati 


15 


at Clemson 


22 


VIRGINIA 



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SCOUTING 
REPORT 



We don't play Canisius until late in Januaiy. This 
will give them valuable experience for their young 
players. With Jordan, one of the country's best big 
men, and Montgomery, who was either the leading 
scorer or rebounder in 15 "games last year, this game 
is really important. Naturally, I'm glad we are playing 
them here in Cole Field House. 



BOSTON COLLEGE 

Possible Opponent in Maryland 
Invitational Tourney — Dec. 28-29 

With Boston College's first appearance in the Mary- 
land Invitational Tournament, you could very well see 
them in the finals come Saturday night. 

Two outstanding recruits along with a sophomore 
who missed all of last season with injuries can make 
Boston College one of the outstanding teams in the 
East this year. 

Coach Bob Zuffelato certainly can look forward to a 
winning season and, quite possibly, a post-season tourna- 
ment berth. 

The two newcomers who will provide immediate help 
are 6'11 freshman Paul Berwanger and 6'2 junior col- 
lege transfer Mel Welden. Berwanger was a prep All- 
American and could develop into one of the best big 
men in college ball, while Welden was a first team jun- 
ior college Ail-American at Mercer County Community 
College, leading the team to the National Champion- 
shihip. 

Joining the Eagles after sitting out the 1972-73 cam- 
paign with an Achilles tendon injury is 6'8 forward 
Syd Sheppard, who can rebound with anyone in the 
country. 

To go with trio, Zuffelato has eight returning letter- 
men, including 6'0 guard Jere Nolan (11.8) the squad's 
MVP last season. He'll likely team with ^Velden in the 
backcourt. 

The other front court spot will go to 6'6 sophomore 
Bob Carrington (12.2 pts. and 6.7 rebs), 6'5 senior Dan 
Kilcullen (12.0) or 6'6 senior Mark Raterink (13.1 pts. 
and 7.2 rebs). Oother lettermen include Richie Burke 
(1.5), 6'6 sophomore Wilfred Morrison (9.4 pts. and 
7.0 rebs), 6'2 sophomore WiUie Taylor (3.0) and 6'2 
senior Dave Ulrich (3.5). 



CLEMSON 

Home— Jan. 5 —3:00 P.M. 
Away— Feb. 16—1:00 P.M. 

Clemson University should have the best basketball 
team since the MahafTey days. They will be led by jun- 
ion Van Gregg 6' 2" lefthander from Columbus, Ohio, 
who averaged 13 points per game last year. Also back 
from last year's starting team is 6' 6" JefT Reisinger, a 
senior from Kingston, Ohio, who averaged 11.7 points 
per game and was their second leading rebounder. 
What will make Clemson a threat is a freshman by the 
name of Wayne Riley, 7' 1", 215 lbs. from Cordelia, 
Georgia who average 27.5 points per game last year in 
high school and 20.5 rebounds and 4 assists. This young 
man was recruited by every major college in the coun- 
try and played in several national All-Star Games and 
was considered by many to be the Number One high 
school center in America last year. Bruce Harmon is 
another returnee from the junior varsity who averaged 
20.2 points per game and was a starter and stand-out 
in the nationally renowned Dapper Dan Tournament 
as a high school senior. He was recruited heavily 
by Maryland, North Carolina and many other ACC 
schools. 6' 9", 240 lbs. Wayne Croft also returns from 
the varsity. Wayne gave us a great deal of trouble last 
year with his board play and inside offensive game. 
Terrell Suit, a 5' 9" guard who started last year and 
averaged 7.1 points per game, will also return. Terrell 
is a great outside shooter. Look for Jo Jo Bethea, a 
junior college transfer from Newport News, Virginia to 
push for a backcourt starting position. Also, David 
Brown, 6' 8" freshman from York, Pennsylvania, aver- 
aged 22 points per game in high school, and 13 re- 
bounds a game. The Tigers are going to be improved, 
definitely over last year's 12-14 record. 



CANISIUS 

Home— Jan. 22—8:00 P.M. 

Despite losing some good players through graduation, 
Canisius could very well be stronger this year. The first 
ob\'ious reason is tall, talented Charlie Jordan, 6' 9" and 
230 lbs. He is reputed to be the best big man ever to 
enter Canisius, averaging 24 points and 20 rebounds a 
game for the frosh. Back is second-leading scorer and 
leading rebounder Mel Montgomery 6' 5". Junior Mike 
Robert 5' 11" is expected to push for a starting guard 
spot this year. Kevin Townsel 6' 7" junior, will give 
Canisius more strength as will freshman recruit 6' 8" 
Rick Fredericks. Two other freshmen include Bill Dres- 
sel 6' 5" and Jim Skiba 6' 0". 



DUKE 

Home— Feb. 2 —2:00 P.M. 
Away— Feb. 23—8:00 P.M. 

First year coach Neil McGeachy will take over with 
nine of last year's top 10 players back. Returning is 
leading scoring and All- ACC 6' 10" Chris Redding. 
Redding (16.9 points average) set a Duke free throw 
percentage record with a .844 percentage. Last year's 
top rebounder, 6' 8" junior Bob Fleischer ( 1 1 pts., 8.5 
reb.) gave us fits last year, scoring 12 and 22 points. 
The third spot up front will probably go to an under- 
rated sophomore 6' 9" Willie Hodge. 

Kevin Billerman, 6' 2" junior (8.2 pts.), will take 
over the quarterbacking duties and most likely be joined 
by 6' 2" sophomore and former prep All-American 
David O'Connell. 



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For backup help, there's 5' 11" senior Jeff Burdett, 
6' 5" junior swingman Bill Suk, 6' 4" forward Pete 
Kramer, and sophomores 6' 2" Paul Fox, Bob Cook, 
6' 6", and Terry Chili 6' 9". Freshmen include 6' 8" 
Mark Crow, Edgar Burch 6' 2" and Tate Armstrong 
6' 2". 

Duke should bounce back from their 12-14 record of 
last year and have a sound basketball team this season. 
We split with Duke last year and must be ready for the 
Blue Devils this season. 



DUQUESNE 

Home— Feb. 20—8:00 P.M. 

Pre-season AU-American Lionel Billingy 6' 9" will 
make Duquesne an awesome opponent this year. Bill- 
ingy will become the top rebounder in the school's his- 
tory, setting the single game record of 29 rebounds. 
Last season he average 14.9 points and 13.6 rebounds. 
Also back is Oscar Jackson, 6' 2" junior guard, with a 
13.4 point average and who had 12 against Maryland. 
Duquesne is traditionally known for having great guards 
and Jackson is one of their finest. Junior 6' 6" Don 
McLane will most likely start at forward, along with 
junior Dave Palvich, 6' 5". In the backcourt with 
Jackson could be Jack Yun 6' 4" a Junior. Sophomores 
Murray Meikenhous 6' 10" and Ray Milligan 6' 9" wiH 
back up Billingy at the center position. Freshman re- 
cruits are led by highly recruited and great scorer Joe 
Guilfoyle 6' 0" from Cleveland. Other freshmen include 
Don Cambridge 6' 8", Bill Piekarski and John Werner,j 
both 6' 7", Don Maser 6' 5" and Norm Nixon 6' 2". 
The top sophomore is letterman Roland Jones 6' 4" 
with a 6.4 average. 

The Dukes are traditionally strong and this year is 
no exception. Coming off a 16-8 season, they will be 
equally strong this year. 



EASTERN KENTUCKY 
Home— Dec. 5—8:00 P.M. 

First year coach Bob Mulcahy inherits a team that 
finished 12-13 overall last year. Despite losing three 
starters Coach Mulcahy will have a good nucleus of 
seven lettermen and some fine young players. 

Back is 6' 5" senior forward and co-captain Robert 
Brooks averaging 12.4 points and 2nd in rebounds. 
Sophomore guard Carl Brown with 6.5 pts. and 10.6 
rebounds is expected to pick up the slack due to grad- 
uation. The other lettermen include co-captains Rich 
Stansel 6' 5, Bob Watkins 6' 5, Kevin Kok 6' 6, Ron 
Smith 6' and Craig Turner 6' 2. 

Eastern Kentucky optimism centers around 6' 9 red- 
shirt Howard Brown, a likely starter, and transfer G. W. 
Newson. Two outstanding players from the junior var- 
sity will definitely be heard from, Jimmy Segar 6' 3 
(21.4 average) and 6' 8 Bill Gaines 6' 8 (20.8 pts.). 
Freshman players Denny Barbour 6' and 6' 6 Dave 
Routt will also help Eastern. Barbour averaged 16 
points and led in assists while Routt averaged 13.1 
points and 13.5 rebounds. 

Eastern Kentucky should impro\e on last year's rec- 
ord and under Coach Mulcahy develop into a solid 
program. 



FORDHAM 

Home— Jan. 17—8:00 P.M. 

Fordham is a tough club. The Rams were only 13-16 
last year but played 12 teams that entered post-season 
tournaments! With a young club Fordham will be a 
tough opponent by the time the Rams reach College 
Park. 

The backcourt is set with two solid starters. Frank 
Heyward is a 6-3 senior who averaged 10.9 points a 
game while Kevin Moriarty is a 6-0 junior who aver- 
aged 8.1 points. 

At center will be a 6-8 junior, Darr)-1 Brown. He 
averaged 11.5 points and 8.5 rebounds last year. Brown 
is a highly-touted player and a real comer. Two sopho- 
mores, Kevin Collins and Bob ^V^'mbs, appear to have 
the inside track on the forward jobs. Collins is 6-8 and 
Wymbs is 6-7. 

One of the big Ram problems is the lack of solid 
reserves behind the starters. Three freshmen were re- 
cruited and could see action. John O'Neil, at 6-5, and 
Paul Smith, at 6-7, will be used on the front line. Stan 
Frankowski is a 6-3 guard who could turn into a good 
one. 

If the sophomore forwards jell, Fordham will have a 
really tough team but one that will have to play an 
iron man game. 



GEORGETOWN 

Home— Dec. 11—8:00 P.M. 

Much improved Georgetown is a young ball team, 
but the 1973-74 campaign should be the most successful 
in recent years. They have fourteen lettermen return- 
ing, which include their top eight scorers and re- 
bounders. Two of the East's top sophomores. Merlin 
Wilson, 6' 9" and John Smith, 6' 0", will head this 
year's team. Wilson averaged 12.7 points and 14.1 re- 
bounds last year, but had 10 points and 15 rebounds 
against Maryland. Smith averaged 13 points per game, 
but had 15 points against us. Junior Mark Gallagher, 
6' 5", who has been injured in the past, should really 
come into his own this year. Starters, sophomores Mike 
Stokes 6' 1" (15 points against Md.) and Greg Brooks, 
6' 9", who scored 17 points against us last year, will 
give the Hoyas additional scoring and rebounding 
strength, and senior Tim Lambour, 5' 9", will continue 
to give guard strength. Freshmen signees include Larry 
Long, 6' 6", Art Williamson, 6' 8", Alonzo Holloway, 
6' 0" and Mike McDermott, 6' 4". 

Being very familiar with Georgetown's personnel, I'd 
say the Hoyas will definitely improve on last year's 12-14 
record and will be a tough game for us. 



GEORGE WASHINGTON 

At Capital Center— Feb. 9—8:00 P.M. 

Last year the Colonels were 17-9 making it the 
school's most successful campaign in the past 17 years. 
This year they could ver)' well improve that in post- 
season play, as Coach Carl Sloan has four starters re- 
turning (7 of the top 10 players returning). 



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G.W. will be led by top scoring junior Pat Tallent 
6' 3" (18.8 point average) and leading rebounder 6' 11" 
junior Clyde Burwell (13.1 pt. aver., 10.7 rebounds, 
109 blacked shots). Tallent hit for 20 points against us 
last year. 

Also returning is 6' 2 guard Keith Morris who's an 
excellent playmaker and defensive ace. Junior Haviland 
Harper 6' 5 ( 1 2 pt. average ) will start at one forward 
position. Greg Miller is likely to start at the other for- 
ward spot. The 6' 5 sophomore averaged 18.9 points 
and 10.2 rebounds for the junior varsity. Letterman 
6' 4" senior Tom Rosepink and 6' 6 junior Bob Shanta 
may push for a starting forward spot. 

Coach Sloan is excited about an excellent recruiting 
year as they landed 7' 1 Kevin Hall, 6' 10 Jon Van 
Dorn, and 6' 9 Dave Bate. Also signing were guards, 
John Holloran 6' 1 and Richard Waldron 6' 0. 

The Colonels are a strong basketball team whom we 
beat by only nine points a year ago. This year's game 
in the new Largo Sports Arena promises to be a good 



Back is Big Ten Conference scoring champion Mike 
Robinson. The 5' U" senior averaged 25.3 points per 
game and was the Spartans' top scorer in all but 4 
games. The other guard position is up for grabs but 
may be filled by 6' 2 junior Bill Glover, 6' 1 junior 
Pete Davis, and 5' 8 sophomore Benny White, all 
letter winners last year. 

Juniors 6' 7 Lindsay Hairston and 6' 4 Terr)' Furlow, 
and 6' 9 sophomore Cedric Milton are the top candi- 
dates for the starting forward spots. Both Hairston and 
Furlow were starters last year. Junior Lovelle Rivers 
6' 5 and 6' 4 junior Tom McGill will give State addi- 
tional depth. 

Top freshmen include All-State 6' 3 Edgar Wilson 
and 6' 4 Wayne Butler. 

Being a member of the strong Big Ten Conference, 
Michigan State has played against nationally ranked 
teams like Indiana and Minnesota. The Spartans will 
continue to uphold the traditionally strong Maryland 
Invitational Tournament. 



HOLY CROSS 

First Round Opponent in Maryland 
Invitational Tourney— Dec. 28-29—7:00 P.M. 

Holy Cross lost two starters who combined for 2,504 
career points and their playmaker to graduation. Hence 
1973 will probably be a rebuilding year for the Cru- 
saders. 

Two starters do return from last year's 9-17 squad. 
Forward Malcolm Moulton is a 6-5 senior. He aver- 
aged 15 points and seven rebounds a game last year. 
Guard King Gaskins is just a sophomore but the 6-1 
backcourter averaged 13.7 last year. Both Moulton 
and Gaskins had 30 point nights so the scoring potential 
is there. 

The rest of the front court is a question and the key 
to the Crusaders' season. Senior John Burdis has spent 
two years on the bench but is counted on to come 
through this year. Burdis has the height, 7-0, but aver- 
aged only 3.3 points and 2.1 rebounds. Going after the 
second forward spot are sophomores Marty Halsey, 6-8, 
Jim Dee, 6-7, and senior Rod Deleaver 6-6. However 
Dee had the highest scoring average of the three at 
only 2.7. 

The backcourt depth is available as five players will 
vie for the second guard slot. Joe Garballiera (a trans- 
fer from Fordham), 6-1 Doug Downey, 5-10 Da\e Hol- 
land, 5-11 Mike- Balney and 6-2 Steve Anderson all 
have a shot at the job. 

The Crusaders do have three freshmen coming in 
and they could see action. Jim Gooch and Bill Doran 
are both 6-5 while Kevin McAuley is 6-2. 



MICHIGAN STATE 

Possible Opponent in Maryland 
Invitational Tourney — Dec. 28-29 

Judging on the number of experienced, proven 
players returning, Michigan State should have one of 
its most competitive basketball teams in some time 
this season. 



NAVY 

At Baltimore Civic Center — 
Jan. 19—8:00 P.M. 

Coach Dave Smalley says about Navy's 1973-74 bas- 
ketball team, "potentially the best since 1966", when 
he succeeded Ben Carnevale as head coach. The rea- 
son for such optimism is obvious, as Navy has seven of 
nine lettermen returning. These include all the starters 
who started against us last year. Top rebounder and 
scorer 6' 7" Jr., Bob Burns, is back (he had 18 points 
against Maryland ) . Mickey Hampton, 6' 2" Jr. and 
Bob Marshburn 6' 3" senior, both averaged 11 points 
a game last year. Senior Gar)- Carter 6' 4" 10 pt. aver- 
age, gave us a lot of trouble last season in scoring 20 
points. Also back are two players who played in every 
game last year. Bill Montgomery 6' 3" and 8.3 points 
per game, and Dave Stone, 6' 2" senior. Sophomore 
Jay Strosnider 6' 4" will give Navy stronger outside 
shooting and incoming plebe 6' 8" Chuck Zinky shows 
a lot of promise. 

Navy has much more depth this season, coming off 
their first winning record in eleven years, and being the 
nations' 11th ranking defensive team, our game against 
the Midshipmen at the Baltimore Civic Center promises 
to be an exciting one. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Away— Jan. 26—1:00 P.M. 
Home— Feb. 13—9:00 P.M. 

North Carolina has one of the finest teams in the 
country. They should improve over last year's 25-5 
record, as the Tarheels had an excellent recruiting year 
to go with nine returning lettermen. 

Up front UNC has the finest talent anywhere. 
Olympian Bobby Jones 6' 8" senior averaged 15 points, 
10 rebounds, and will be a top pro draft pick this 
spring. Sophomore Mitch Kupchak 6' 8" and junior 
Ed Stahl 6' 11" (24 pts. against Maryland) will most 
likely start up front with Jones. Pushing these three 
are three excellent freshmen big men in ever\'body's 
high school All- American Tom LaGarde 6' 11" and 



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Jeff Crompton 6' U" 260 lbs., called by many a "fran- 
chise by himself". From Bladensburg High School, 
Bruce Buckley 6' 8" joins this group. 

Add to these big men, four excellent 6' 6" players 
and you have a super strong front court. Returning is 
John O'Donnell 6.8 average — 10 points against Md. 
and Charles VVaddell. Freshman Walter Davis, high 
school AU-American, often compared to former UNC 
player Charlie Scott, and another high school All- 
American freshman Jimmy Smith will continue to give 
the Tarheels unbelievable depth. 

The guard spot is equally strong as the front court. 
Returning lettermen guards Darrell Elston 6' 4" (9.8 
average, 20 against Md. ) , Ray Hite 6' 0", junior Brad 
Hoffman 5' 10" (12 pts. against Md.), Mickey Bell 
6' 5" and Ray Harrison 6' 2" will compete for the start- 
ing spots. Xon-lettermen returning at the guard spot 
include sophomores Jimmy Guill 6' 3", Dave Hanners 
6' 0", and Tony Shaver 6' 0". Joining these guards is 
high school honorable mention Ail-American John 
Kuester 6' 2". 

The Tarheels look forward to another great season. 
With experience, depth, and a ver)' talented freshman 
group, Coach Smith has a lot of people believing they'll 
go all the way this year and will build a dynasty with 
this team. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Away— Jan. 13—12:00 Noon 
Home— Jan. 30— 9:00 P.M. 

The Wolf pack won 27 consecutive games last year, 
but, due to NCAA probation, couldn't play in the post 
season playoffs. This season there are no restrictions 
and their December 15 encounter with UCLA will be 
a big test. 

Coach Norm Sloan lost only two starters, but will be 
as strong this year, led by sensational David Thompson, 
a unanimous Ail-American and ACC Plaver of the Year 
and 7' 4" All-American Tommy Burleson. Thompson 
led the ACC in scoring with a 24.7 average while 
Burleson averaged 17.9 and led the league in rebound- 
ing with 12.0 rebounds. Backcourt leader 5' 7" Monty 
Towe will start at the point, where he led the Wolfpack 
with 10 assists. Junior college transfer and All-Ameri- 
can Morris Rivers 6' 1" will push Towe for the starting 
spot. The Pack will be really strong at the forward 
spots with Tim Stoddard 6' 8" and 6' 8" senior Steve 
Nuce returning. Another possibility at this position will 
be Phil Spence 6' 8" a junior college transfer from 
Vincennes. Other returning lettermen Greg Hawkins 
6' 5", Craig Kuzmaul 6' 5", and Steve Smoral 6' 3". 

Incoming freshmen include 6' 11" Bill Lake — All- 
State Indiana, and Mike Buurma 6' 9" — All-State 
Ohio, and 6' 2" Bruce Dayhuff. 

\Vith N.C. State's experience and depth and a solid 
foundation of Thompson and Burleson, the Wolfpack 
will again be a powerhouse. 



RICHMOND 

At Baltimore Civic Center — 
Jan. 2—8:30 P.M. 

All-American and Southern Conference Player of the 
Year, Aron Stewart, will make Richmond a tough op- 



ponent. Stewart, who did not play against us last year, 
was the nation's fourth leading scorer, averaging 30.2 
points a game. All of last year's Richmond victories 
came after Stewart became eligible in late December. 
Along with Stewart is 6' 10" Jeff Snider, 11.9 pts. per 
game (14 pts. and 7 reb. against Maryland last year) 
and the third leading scorer, 6' 3" Bob Jacobs, 10.7 
points per game. Four other returning lettermen in- 
clude forwards Gus Collier, 6' 7", and Dave Williams, 
6' 5", and guards Steve Catlett, 6' 5" and Carlton 
Mack, 6' 1". Freshman guard recruit, Kevin Eastman, 
6' 1", All-State in New Jersey, will battle for a starting 
berth. Other recruits include Chris Wright 5' 10", Nate 
Sherman 6' 6", junior college transfer Eric Gray 6' 7", 
and Bob McGurdy, a transfer from Virginia. 

As I've scouted Richmond for the past three years, 
I'd definitely feel that with seven lettermen returning, 
two transfers, last season's top three scorers, All-Ameri- 
can Aron Stewart, Richmond is a vastly improved team. 

ST. JOSEPH'S 

Possible Opponent in Cable Car 
Classic— Dec. 21-22 

St. Joseph's was 22-6 and the Middle Atlantic Con- 
ference champions and played in the NCAA playoffs 
against Providence. 

Gone is Olympian Mike Bantom (20.3 pts and 13.1 
rebs) and Pat McFarland (20.3 pts.) but returning are 
six lettermen including three starters and a 6' 8 transfer. 

Kevin Furey, who stepped in and took over the cen- 
tter spot, averaging 6.6 points and 8.0 rebounds, will 
head up a front line which will also include two of the 
following trio, 6' 3 senior Lou Peltzer (5.5), 6' 6 senior 
Gene Prybella and 6' 8 Ron Righter. Prybella lettered 
as a sophomore but sat out last season while Righter 
transferred from Duke where he was the sixth man 
two years ago. 

Other forward prospects are 6' 6 senior John Zipp, 
6' 7 junior Steve MacZinko and 6' 6 sophomore Lee 
Scott with 6' 10 sophomore John Snyder expected to be 
the backup for Furey. 

The guard situation is in capable hands with all four 
of last year's back court players returning. Seniors 6' 
Jim O'Brien (5.9) and 6' 2 Mike Moody (9.6) were 
starters with 6' junior Fran Rafferty and 6' 4 senior 
Craig Kelly along with 6' 3 sophomore Mike Borski 
the reserves. 

Incoming frosh recruited by coach Jack McKinney 
include 6' 7 Steve Vassolotti, 6' 7 Charlie Gaines, Greg 
Krause, 6' 6 Ed Benson and 6' 2 Lyric Collier. Vasso- 
lotti and Krause could be factors. 

St. Joseph's will be rebuilding, but it may take very 
long. The Hawks ha\e some fine players and could 
very well be undefeated by the Cable Car Classic. 

SAN FRANCISCO 

First Round Opponent in Cable Car 
Classic— Dec.2 1-22— 9:00 P.M. 

Nationally-ranked San Francisco will be our first 
game of the famous C^able Car Classic. San Francisco 
(23-5 and \VCAC champions last year), will be one of 
the toughest opponents well face all season. Returning 
are six lettermen which include their top two scoren 
and leading rebounders. All conference senior Phil 



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Smith, 6' 4", averaged 18.7 points per game and is 
called by Coach Gaillard, "the best guard ever to play 
at USF." Northern California Player of the Year and 
All-Conference, 6' 9" senior Kevin Restani returns sup- 
porting a 17.6 point average and 12.7 rebounds per 
game. Defensive ace Eric Fernsten, 6' 9", who blocked 
over six shots per game last season, will give USF tre- 
mendous inside strength. John Saich and Howard 
Smith, both 6' 8", will also help in the front-court, with 
senior John Boro, 6' 0" and junior-college transfer Tony 
Styles (6' 2" and 26.3 pts. per game) helping in the 
backcourt. High School Ail-American, Jeff Randell, 
6' 5", will be pushing to start at a forward position. 
Also, recovering from a broken wrist is All-Los Angeles 
Player of the Year in high school, 6' 5" sophomore 
Richard Johnson. 

As you can see, Maryland's first encounter against 
traditionally strong San Francisco will not be an easy 
game. 



SANTA CLARA 

Possible Opponent in Cable Car 
Classic— Dec.2 1-22 

Santa Clara returns to the Cable Car Classic again 
this year supporting a 20-7 record. Gone are their top 
three scorers and top two rebounders, but known for 
playing underclassmen, they have a strong nucleus re- 
turning. Junior 6' 8" Remel Diggs averaged 10.7 points 
and Jerry Bellotti, 6' 6" junior, averaged 8.7 points. 
Starting at guard could be junior and co-captain 6' 0" 
Jerry Piro. Senior 6' 7" Jay Helman will serve as the 
other co-captain. Additional rebounding strength will 
come from 6' 6" Glenn Hubbard, senior 6' 9" Dave 
Wenig, Bill Scott, 6' 7" junior and freshman Scott 
Reider 6' 11". 

This could be Maryland's first against Santa Clara, 
one of the West Coast's toughest basketball schools. 



UCLA 

Away— Dec. 1—8:00 P.M. 

What words are left to describe the UCLA Bruins, 
for they've all been used. It's an unbelievable dynasty 
coached by an unbelievable coach, and led by an un- 
believable player. 

Coach John Wooden, winner of 7 straight NCAA 
titles, 9 out of the last 10, is currently supporting a 
75 game winning streak, and reports that this year's 
team may be the best and deepest yet. 

Incomparable Bill Walton 6' 11" turned down sev- 
eral million dollars to play his final year with the 
Bruins. The big redhead (20.4 pts. and 16.9 rebounds) 
may be the greatest center of all time. With Walton 
is All- American Keith Wilkes 6' 6/2" senior at one for- 
ward and highly-regarded 6' 7" junior Dave Meyers 
will play the other. Guards will most likely be 5' 11" 
senior Tommy Curtis and senior playmaker Greg Lee 
6' 4". 

If this isn't enough, how's this for substitutes? There's 
7' freshman AIl-American superstar Richard Wash- 
ington or 7' sophomore Ralph Drollinger (24.4 pts. 
and 15.9 reb. with the J.V.) at center, freshman sensa- 
tion 6' 7 Gavin Smith and sophomore Pete Trgovich 
6' 5" at forwards, sophomore redshirt Andre McCarter 



6' 2" a high school All-American out of Philadelphia,, 
5' 1 1 freshman Jim Spillane, and Casey Corliss 6' 6" 
sophomore at guards. 

Maryland has never had a more tough opening game 
and in no other place than Pauley Pavilion on the 
UCLA campus. 



VIRGINIA 

Away— Feb. 6—8:00 P.M. 
Home— Mar. 2—3:00 P.M. 

Joining Virginia's eight returning lettermen are some 
excellent freshman recruits. Gone is All-American Bar- 
ry Parkhill, but the Cavaliers will have a stronfr team 
in the tough ACC. Back are Virginia's two leading re- 
bounders and 2nd and 3rd top scorers. Gus Liciard 
6' 8" averaged 14.8 points (19 and 16 pts against Md.) 
and super soph Wally Walker 6' 7" supports a 13.7 
average (23 and 16 pts. against Maryland). Freshmen 
Ray Morningstar 6' 9" 215 lbs., and Ed Schetlick 6' 8" 
220 lbs., together with junior Lanny Stahurski 6' 9" 
should give Virginia their strongest inside men in sev- 
eral years. Co-Captains Steve Morris 5' 11" and Bob 
McKeag, will add excellent leadership and experience 
to Virginia. The Cavaliers have signed two of the top 
freshman guards in the ACC. From nearby DeMatha 
High, Bill Langloh, 6' 2" and All-State in Virginia 
Mark Newlen 6' 4", are expected to push for starting 
spots. Other returning lettermen include 6' 2" Andy 
Boninti (10 pts. against Maryland last year). Bob Mc- 
Keag (6' 5" and 13 pts. against Md.), Spencer Graham 
6' 8" from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High, Bob Sefick 
6' 1" and Brian Tully, 6' 1". 

In my mind, the Cavaliers will have a very sound 
basketball team. It's always tough playing the Cava- 
liers home and away, and this year is no difTerent. 

WAKE FOREST 

Away— Jan. 11—8:00 P.M. 
Home— Feb. 27—8:00 P.M. 

The major surprise in the ACC last season was the 
play of Wake Forest under its first year Coach Carl 
Tacy. The Demon Deacons finished with a 12-15 rec- 
ord, but in semi-final play in the ACC upset nationally 
ranked North Carolina in the opening round. Six letter- 
men are back, including three starters, plus an excellent 
recruiting year. 

Wake is strong with guards led by All- Conference 
Tony Byers 21.3 points (30 and 20 pts. against Mary- 
land), senior Bobby Dwyer 6' 1", and junior Phil Perry 
6' 4" (14 pts. against Maryland). Skip Brown 6' 0", 
freshman ball-handling wizard, who was the MVP in 
the Tennessee state tournament, will push for a start- 
ing berth. 

Wake's two leading rebounders Mike Parrish 6' 6" 
junior and 6' 6" sophomore Lee Foye will most likely 
start inside. Junior letterman 6' 8" Tim Stark will 
again see plenty of action. One freshman and two 
junior college transfers will strengthen the Deacons' 
inside game. They are Don Mulnix, 6' 8", Cal Stam, 
6' 8" and Haley Hall 6' 7". 

Carl Tacy's Deacons are not a team to be taken 
lightly. We split with Wake last season, and I feel 
they are stronger this year. 



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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 twentieth year 
in that office. He came to Maryland in September of 
1954 from Texas Western College, a branch of the Uni- 
versity 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 Uni- 
versity where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. 

President Elkins' administration at Maryland has been 
marked by great physical plant 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 has served as chairman of the executive 
committee and is past president of the National Associa- 
tion of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges; a 
member of the Southern Regional Education Board and 
the steering committee of the Education Commission of 
the States; and past president of the Middle States Asso- 
ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and the 
Southern University Conference. 





DR. CHARLES E. BISHOP 

CHANCELLOR COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 



Charles E. Bishop, 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. 

Dr. Bishop arrived at the University during one of the 
most turbulent periods in the history of higher educa- 
tion in the United States. He and his administration 
guided the Campus through a time of national campus 
upheaval and helped to bring about major changes 
in the structure and organization of the College Park 
Campus. 

Dr. Bishop is committed to the continued excellence 
of academic programs on the College Park Campus. 
Under his leadership, innovations have been made in 
many academic areas, including urban studies, applied 
mathematics, consumer economics, ethnic studies and 
other areas which are concerned with particular needs 
of today's society. 

A nationally recognized scholar, teacher, and adminis- 
trator. Dr. Bishop has served in numerous advisory 
capacities to State and Federal govennnents and to 
international agencies. He has also made significant 
contributions to the work of various professional and 
educational agencies. 

Dr. Bishop took his bachelor of science degree at 
Berea College, Kentucky, his master of science at the 
University of Kentucky, and his doctor of philosophy 
in economics at the University of Chicago. 



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ALFRED J. HANLON 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

Alfred J. Hanlon is concerned primarily with sched- 
uling, team travel, personnel policies and general office 
administration. He has been with the Athletic Depart- 
ment 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 II. He has served in a wide variety of com- 
mand an dstaff 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 Presidential Unit Citation Badge. 

Hanlon is a native of Boston and a 1939 graduate 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. 




Athletic Council 

Dr. John E. Faber (Faculty Chairman of Athletics) 

Dr. John W. Churchill (Assoc. Prof, of Recreation) 

Dr. Norman C. Laffer (Prof., Microbiology) 

Dr. Richard F. Davis (Chairman, Agricultural and Life 
Science Div.) 

Dr. James W. Dally (Prof, and Chairman, Mechanical 
Engr.) 

Dr. Allen L. Steinhauer (Prof., Entomology) 

Miss Dorothy B. McKnight (Asst. Prof., P. E., and Co- 
ordinator of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics) 

Mr. James H. Kehoe, Jr. (Director of Athletics) 

Mr. S. Chester Ward (President, Alumni Association) 

Mr. Donald Katz (President, SGA) 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 

CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

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 the was president during 
the 1969-70 year. 

For 36 years Dr. Faber served as lacrosse coach at 
the University. During that time the accomplishments 




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 times 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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BEHIND THE SCENES 




From left: 

Ronald Fulton and Jack Gable, 

Equipment Manager and Assistant 



J. J. Bush, Trainer 



Dr. Stanford A. Lavine, 
Team Physician 



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 mush- 
rooming 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, Mary- 
land 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 de- 
gree 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 America, the Sports Reporters Associa- 
tion 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 fonner Judy Allen of Fayette- 
ville, W. Va., a graduate of the George Washington 
University. 





Steve Sigafoose, 
Assistant SID 




Jim Morgan, Announcer 



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PRE - SEASON 
ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS t 





Tom McMillen 



hen Elmore 



As they do during the season, Tom McMillen and 
Len Elmore have paced the Terrapins in pre-season 
Ail-American taps. Both were selections in four top- 
rated basketball yearbooks. 

Both received Ail-American ratings in Street & 
Smith's Basketball. Elmore had the "muscles and 
moves" while McMillen "can work in either pivot or 
comer." 

Super Sports Magazine rated the Terrapins' duo as 
Ail-American candidates and also list the Terps' John 
Lucas as a sophomore All-American. 



Basketball Special credited Elmore with being "prob- 
ably the most unheralded played in the college ranks. 
. . . Elmore has become an outstanding defensive cen- 
ter." McMillen is credited for his great shooting. 

Finally Popular Sports Basketball lists McMillen as a 
first team All-American for the second year in a row. 

With all these pre-season accolades, the "Mr. Inside 
and Mr. Outside" of Maryland basketball are ready for 
the new season, with a superb assistance from pointman 
John Lucas. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS 



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Single Game — Team 

MOST POINTS: 1 27 against Brown, Nov. 1972 

FEWEST POINTS: 15 against Seton Hall, Dec, 1941 (15-59) 

MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 107 by North CaroUna. Feb. 

1969(107-87) 
FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 12 by 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: 55 against Brown, Nov. 1972 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 against Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENTS: 6 by Navy, 1926 
MOST FREE THROWS: 40 against North Carolina in ACC Tourna- 
ment final 1958 (52 attempts) 
FEWEST FREE THROWS: against Wake Forest, Feb. 1973, in 

WLnston-Salem. 
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 THROWS ATTEMPTS: 1 against Wake Forest, Feb. 

1973, (a technical) in Winston-Salem. 
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. 

I960 (made 18) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 74 against Penn State, Dec. 1964 
MOST FOULS: 44 against WiUiam & 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 against Clemson, Feb. 

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

Kentucky, Dec. 1971 (44-67) 
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 45 against Brown, Nov. 1972 

(127-82) 
LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN: 63 pomts by Army, 1944 (85-22) 
MOST POINT IN ONE HALF: 55 against Brown in second half, 

Nov. 1972. 



Single Game-individual 

MOST POINTS: 43 by AI Bunge against Yale, Jan. I960 (14 FG - 
15 FT) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 16 by Gene Shue against Wash. & Lee, Feb. 
1953 (34 att.) 

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

MOST REBOUNDS: 24 by Len Elmore against Kent State, Jan. 
1973; 24 by WiU 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 1 or more Usted) 

Jerry Greenspan against Minnesota 1961 14-14 

Lee Brawley against North Carolina 1951 13-13 

Bill Stasiulatis against Wake Forest 1961 12-12 

Lee Brawley against North Carolina 1951 12-12 

Bob Kessler against George Washington 1956 12-12 

Jerry Bechtle against North Carolina 1960 10-10 

Tom Milroy against Penn State 1968 10-10 

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

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

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

MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 21 by Bernie 
Janicikiof Wake Forest, 1953 (15) 
21 by Pete Brennan of North CaroUna, 1958(15) 



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



Season Records — Team 

MOST POINTS: 2613 in 1972-73. 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 87.1 in 1972-73. 

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

MOST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 2226 in 1972-73 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 1089 in 1972-73. 

MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 2094 in 1972-73. 

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: .520 in 1972-73 

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: 12.9 in 
1972-73 (30 games - 87.1 to 74.2). 

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) 

LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,294 for 13 
games in 1972-73. 

BEST START IN A SEASON: 10 consecutive victories in 1972-73. 

Season Records — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 667 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 games) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 250 by Tom McMiUen, 1972-73 (30 games). 
MOST FREE THROWS: 197by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32games) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 351 by Len Elmore 1971-72 (32 games) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT: .621 by Rick Wise. 1965-66 (25 games, 

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

games 69 of 79) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 23.3 by 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: 12 by John Lucas, 

1972-73. 

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: .485 by Jim O'Brien, 1970-73 

(467 of 962). 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .803 by Jim O'Brien, 

1970-73 (301 of 375). 
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) 
MOST GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY): 88 by Bob Bodell, 

1970-73. 
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY): 88 by 

Bob Bodell, 1970-73. 
MOST GAMES PLAYED IN ALL GAMES: 104 by Bob BodeU, 

1969-73 (includes 16 freshman games). 

ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS AGAINST NON-ACC OPPONENTS: 

31 (1970-73). 
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 14 over 1970-72 and 1972-73 

seasons. 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FINAL VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS 1972-73 

WON 23 LOST 7 





GP 


FGM 


FGA 


PCI 


FTM 


FTA 


PCX 


REBOUNDS 


ASSIST 


PF-DSQ 


POINTS 


AVE 


Tom McMillen 


29 


250 


427 


.585 


116 


145 


.800 


284 (9.8) 


28 


76-3 


616 


21.2 


Jim O'Brien 


30 


203 


366 


.555 


92 


109 


.844 


144 


67 


66-1 


498 


16.6 


John Lucas 


30 


190 


353 


.538 


45 


64 


.703 


83 


178 


66-2 


425 


14.2 


Len Elmore 


26 


112 


239 


.469 


37 


61 


.607 


290 (11.2) 


35 


53-4 


261 


10.0 


Bob Bodell 


30 


94 


187 


.503 


50 


61 


.820 


80 


121 


44 


238 


7.9 


Darreli Brown 


27 


67 


132 


.508 


13 


19 


.684 


77 


44 


48-2 


147 


5.4 


Tom Roy 


29 


46 


89 


.517 


36 


68 


.529 


113 


8 


72-2 


128 


4.4 


Own Brown 


30 


52 


124 


.419 


18 


28 


.643 


72 


17 


63-2 


122 


4.1 


Maurice Howard 


29 


36 


89 


.404 


11 


19 


.579 


19 


25 


31-1 


81 


2.8 


Rich Porac 


24 


14 


29 


.483 


9 


17 


.529 


7 


23 


8 


37 


1.5 


Howard White 


19 


15 


37 


.405 


6 


8 


.750 


14 


7 


7 


36 


2.0 


Don White 


14 


5 


11 


.455 


2 


4 


.500 


5 


1 


9 


12 


0.9 


Billy Hahn 


16 


5 


7 


.714 





2 








1 


8 


10 


0.6 


TEAM 






4 






1 




173 










TOTALS 


30 


1089 


2094 


.520 


435 


606 


.718 


1361 (45.4) 


557 


547-17 


2613 


87.1 


OPPONENTS 


30 


947 


2023 


.468 


332 


484 


.686 


1043 (34.8) 


363 


598-23 


2226 


74.2 



• 



• 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 1972-73 RESULTS 



MD. OPPONENT 



ATTENDANCE 



127 


Brown 


82 


82 


Richmond 


50 


107 


Canisius 


80 


99 


Georgetown 


73 


88 


George Washington 


79 


80 


Georgia Tech 


55 


90 


Syracuse 


76 


76 


Kent State 


58 


79 


Clemson 


75 


93 


Virginia 


74 


85 


N. C. State 


87 


76 


Navy 


67 


105 


Wake Forest 


76 


100 


Long Island 


73 


94 


North Carolina 


88 


78 


N. C. State 


89 


81 


Duke 


85 


83 


Fordham 


72 


93 


Buffalo 


64 


85 


North Carolina 


95 


69 


Clemson 


66 


81 


Duquesne 


71 


96 


Duke 


68 


60 


Wake Forest 


62 


92 


Virginia 


81 


77 


Clemson 


61 


73 


Wake Forest 


65 


74 


N. C. State 


76 


91 


Syracuse 


75 


89 


Providence 


103 



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



14,500* 

10,000* 

1 1 ,399 

3,900* 

14,500* 

12,800 

13,843* 

13,134 

9,600 

14,500* 

14,500* 

1,888 

12,422* 

12,342 

14,500* 

12,400* 

8,800* 

6,824 

12,164 

8,800* 

9,123 

12,222* 

14,500* 

7,100 

8,250* 

15,182* 

15,184* 

15,184* 

1 1 ,003 

10,400 



Md. Top Scorer 

22 McMillen 

15 O'Brien 
32 McMillen 
29 McMillen 
25 McMillen 

18 Lucas 

32 McMillen 
14 McMillen 

16 McMillen 

19 Elmore 
29 McMillen 

33 McMillen 

27 McMillen 

20 O'Brien 
38 O'Brien 

25 McMillen 

26 McMillen 

19 O'Brien 
26 O'Brien 

18 O'Brien-Lucas 
24 McMillen 

28 McMillen 
22 McMillen 
24 O'Brien 
24 Lucas 

21 O'Brien 

20 Lucas 

24 McMillen 

22 O'Brien 

25 McMillen 



Md. Top Rebounder 



11 McMillen 
11 Elmore 
17 Elmore 
15 McMillen 
13 Elmore 
9 Elmore 

13 McMillen 
24 Elmore 
11 Elmore 
17 Elmore 

14 Elmore 
11 McMillen 

15 Elmore 

16 Elmore 
13 Elmore 

3 Elmore 

8 Elmore 
13 McMillen 
13 Elmore 

10 Roy 

13 McMillen 

11 McMillen 

12 McMillen 

13 McMillen 
15 McMillen 

9 D. Brown 
10 McMillen 
12 Roy 

14 Elmore 
10 Elmore 



•Denotes Sellouts 



42 



NCAA STATISTICS 



ATTENDANCE FIGURES 



AVERAGE SCORING MARGIN: 12.9 ranked Maryland seventh in the 

Nation 
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .520 ranked Maryland second in Nation 
REBOUND MARGIN: 10.6 ranked Maryland eleventh in Nation 
INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .585 by McMillen 

ranked fourteenth in Nation 
INDIVIDUAL FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .844 by O'Brien ranked 

fifteenth in Nation 
TEAM OFFENSE: 87.8 by Terps ranked eleventh in Nation 



TOTAL ATTENDANCE for 30 GAMES: 340,964 (record is 353,436 

for 32 games) 
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE for 30 GAMES: 11,365 A NEW RECORD 

(old record 11,014 1971-72) 
HOME ATTENDANCE for 13 GAMES: 172,828 (record 184,323 for 

14 games) 
AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE for 13 GAMES: 13,294 A NEW 

RECORD (old record 13,166 1971-72) 



NEW MARYLAND RECORDS SET DURING THE 1972-73 SEASON 



ATTENDENCE 

HIGHEST AVERAGE ATTENDENCE FOR SEASON: 11,365 for 30 

games 
HIGHEST AVERAGE ATTENDENCE FOR HOME GAMES: 13,294 

for 13 games 

CAREER INDIVIDUAL 

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY): 88 by Bob 

Bodell 
MOST GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY): 88 by Bob Bodell 
MOST GAMES PLAYED IN ALL GAMES: 104 by Bob Bodell 

(includes 16 freshman games) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .803 by Jim O'Brien (301 of 

375) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .485 by Jim O'Brien (467 of 

962) 

SINGLE GAME INDIVIDUAL 

MOST REBOUNDS: 24 by Len Elmore against Kent State (TIED 
RECORD) 

SINGLE GAME TEAM 

MOST POINTS: 127 against Brown 

MOST POINTS IN ONE HALF: 73 in second half against Brow(n 
MOST FIELD GOALS IN A GAME: 55 against Brown 
FEWEST FREE THROWS MADE: against Wake Forest in Winston- 
Salem 
FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: 1 against Wake Forest in 

Winston-Salem (a technical) 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 45 points against Brown 



SEASON INDIVIDUAL 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 250 by Tom McMillen 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 12 by John Lucas 

SEASON TEAM 

MOST POINTS: 2613 (old record 2444 in 1971-72) 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 87.1 (old record 78.8 in 1968-69) 

MOST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 2226 (old record 2188 in 1968-69) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 1089 (old record 929 in 1971-72) 

MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 2094 (old record 1877 in 1971-72) 

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .520 (old record .495 in 

1971-72) 
HIGHEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS: 12.9 (old 

record 11.5 in 1957-58) 
BEST START IN A SEASON: 10 consecutive victories 

ALL TIME-TEAM RECORDS 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS AGAINST NON ACC OPPONENTS: 31 

(over three year span) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 14 equaled record & includes four from 

1971-72 season 

CAREER SCORING LEADERS 

1,397 by Gene Shue (3 years) 
1,370 by Will Hetzel (3 years) 
1 ,300 by Jay McMillen (3 years) 
1,283 by Tom McMillen (2 years) 
1,266 by Bob Kessler (3 years) 
1,235 by Jim O'Brien (3 years) 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND VARSITY BASKETBALL GAME BY GAME SCORING 
1972-73 SEASON - POINTS SCORED AND (rebounds) IN EACH GAME (XXX did not play) 

































HALF 


OPPONENT - 


SCORE 


McMillen 


O'Brien 


Lucas 


Elmore 


Bodell 


D. Brown 


0. Brown Roy 


Howard 


H. White 


Porac 


Hahn 


D. White 


SCORE 


Brown 


(127-82) 


22 (11) 


18(7) 


19 (4) 


4 (8) 


9 (0) 


16(4) 


15(3) 


10(6) 


8(3) 


XXX 


2(0) 


2 (0) 


2 (0) 


54-32 


Richmond 


( 82-50) 


14 (10) 


15(2) 


14 (1) 


2 (11) 


6(2) 


14(2) 


6 (2) 


2(5) 


5(0) 


XXX 


4 (0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


38-14 


Canislus 


(107-80) 


32 (15) 


14(7) 


15(4) 


12 (17) 


10(5) 


8(4) 


4 (3) 


2(2) 


2(0) 


XXX 


6 (0) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


51-32 


Georgetown 


( 99-73) 


29 (15) 


14(2) 


10(3) 


7(3) 


14 (1) 


6 (7) 


6 (6) 


2 (4) 


7 (1) 


XXX 


2 (0) 


2 (0) 


0(1) 


51-31 


Geo. Washington ( 88-79) 


25(8) 


15 (5) 


16 (2) 


12 (13) 


10(2) 


3(1) 


2(2) 


1 (3) 


2 (0) 


XXX 


2 (0) 


(0) 


(0) 


46-37 


Georgia Tech 


( 90-55) 


XXX 


13 (4) 


18 (3) 


9 (9) 


9(4) 


14 (3) 


10(5) 


7 (6) 


4 (0) 


(0) 


4 (0) 


0(0) 


2 (0) 


44-28 


Syracuse 


( 90-76) 


32 (13) 


22 (7) 


9(1) 


9(8) 


9(5) 


2 (0) 


4 (3) 


2 (1) 


0(0) 


(1) 


1 (0) 


XXX 


(0) 


49-38 


Kent State 


( 76-58) 


14 (5) 


12 (3) 


2(1) 


10 (24) 


7(1) 


6(7) 


8(2) 


10 (6) 


1 (0) 


6 (0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


38-25 


Clemson 


( 79-75) 


16 (3) 


15 (3) 


10 (1) 


10(11) 


8(3) 


2(2) 


10 (0) 


8(1) 


XXX 


XXX 


0(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


47-43 


Virginia 


( 93-74) 


17 (9) 


10 (6) 


10(2) 


19(17) 


4(2) 


4 (1) 


12 (5) 


3 (6) 


5(2) 


2 (0) 


5(0) 


2 (0) 


0(0) 


38-22 


N. C. State 


( 85-87) 


29 114) 


11 (3) 


18 (2) 


15(11) 


2(3) 


XXX 


6 (6) 


3 (0) 


0(0) 


XXX 


1 (1) 


XXX 


XXX 


44-53 


Navy 


( 76-67) 


33 (11) 


5 (4) 


6 (6) 


18 (9) 


8 (2) 


6 (4) 


(0) 


0(3) 


0(0) 


XXX 


0(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


32-35 


Wake Forest 


(105-76) 


27 (14) 


18(5) 


13 (4) 


9(15) 


10(3) 


6 (2) 


2 (1) 


4 (5) 


4(0) 


10(2) 


0(0) 


2 (0) 


(1) 


49^3 


Long Island 


(100-73) 


18 (11) 


20(8) 


12 (0) 


13(16) 


4(0) 


8(6) 


6 (5) 


7 (9) 


6(1) 


4 (1) 


(1) 


(0) 


2(0) 


48-38 


North Carolina 


( 94-88) 


13 (3) 


38(5) 


14 (4) 


12 (13) 


11 (1) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


(1) 


4(1) 


2 (1) 


(0) 


0(0) 


10) 


44^8 


N. C. State 


( 78-89) 


25(6) 


18(6) 


14(5) 


10(8) 


6 (4) 


1 (2) 


0(0) 


2(1) 


2 (0) 


0(1) 


XXX 


0(0) 


XXX 


42^2 


Duke 


( 81-85) 


26(7) 


12 (3) 


16(2) 


3 (8) 


8(3) 


5 (0) 


2(1) 


7 (4) 


(0) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


38^1 


Fordham 


( 83-72) 


14(13) 


19(4) 


14 (2) 


10 (9) 


8(5) 


0(1) 


19 (4) 


5 (3) 


6(0) 


2(0) 


2(2) 


XXX 


XXX 


42-34 


Buffalo 


( 93-64) 


16(7) 


26(2) 


2(1) 


6 (13) 


7 (1) 


4 (4) 


XXX 


13 (10) 


7(4) 


2(1) 


4 (0) 


0(0) 


2(2) 


55-26 


North Carolina 


( 85-95) 


12 (5) 


18(7) 


18(1) 


11 (9) 


7 (2) 


XXX 


4 (1) 


9 (10) 


4 (3) 


XXX 


2 (0) 


XXX 


XXX 


37-51 


Clemson 


( 69-66) 


24 (13) 


18(4) 


4 (2) 


(6) 


16 (2) 


0(0) 


2(4) 


0(2) 


3 (0) 


XXX 


2(1) 


XXX 


XXX 


37-33 


Duquesne 


( 81-71) 


28(11) 


22 (11) 


14 (3) 


14 (9) 


3 (6) 


XXX 


0(8) 


0(1) 


(0) 


0(0) 


(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


36-38 


Duke 


1 96-68) 


22 (12) 


16(4) 


21 (2) 


10 (10) 


12 (1) 


4(1) 


4(0) 


2(0) 


3 (1) 


2 (3) 


10) 


0(0) 


XXX 


44-34 


Wake Forest 


( 60-62) 


10(13) 


24 (4) 


10 (2) 


XXX 


4 (2) 


0(1) 


4 (4) 


8(6) 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


36-30 


Virginia 


( 92-81) 


20(15) 


16 (8) 


24 (2) 


XXX 


12(3) 


12 (5) 


4 (4) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


2(1) 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


43-36 


Clemson 


( 71-61) 


16 (8) 


21 (6) 


20 (5) 


XXX 


3(5) 


11 (9) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


2(1) 


0(0) 


0(2) 


0(0) 


4 (0) 


31-26 


Wake Forest 


( 73-65) 


15 (10) 


14 (3) 


20(2) 


12 (9) 


5(1) 


5(1) 


0(0) 


XXX 


2(0) 


(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


30-34 


N. C. State 


( 74-76) 


24(8) 


4 (2) 


21 (5) 


XXX 


10(3) 


2(5) 


0(4) 


11 (12) 


0(0) 


2(2) 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


32-32 


Syracuse 


( 91-75) 


18(6) 


22 (6) 


21 (5) 


10 (14) 


12(1) 


6 (4) 


0(1) 


0(1) 


2 (0) 


(1) 


0(0) 


10) 


XXX 


35-34 


Providence 


(103-89) 


25(6) 


8(3) 


4(7) 


14 (10) 


4 (7) 


2(1) 


4 (1) 


8(5) 


4 (0) 


0(0) 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


51-50 



43 



MARYLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



1922-23 








1953-54 
Md. 


75 Clemson 


59 




1963-64 
Md. 67 


Clemson 


81 


1 923-24 










56 Wake Forest 


64 




1 964-65 






Md. 


34 
25 


VMI 
Georgia 


19 
29 


1954-55 








Md 


. 61 


Clemson 


50 




Md. 


67 Virginia 


68 






67 


N. estate 


76 


1 924-25 








1955-56 








1965-66 






Md. 


27 


Alabama 


21 


Md. 


69 Duke 


94 




Md 


70 


North Carolina 


77 




16 


N. C. State 


30 


1956-57 








1966-67 






1925-26 








Md. 


71 Virginia 


68 




Md 


54 


South Carolina 


57 


Md. 
1926-27 


19 


Miss. Aggies 


22 




64 South Carolina 


74 




1967-68 












1957-58 








Md 


54 


N. estate 


63 


Md. 
1927-28 

Did ni 

•1 ^\^\t^ ^\^s 


22 


Georgia 


27 


Md. 


70 Virginia 


66 


» 


1968-69 














71 Duke 


65 




Md 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


ot enter 






86 North Carolina 


74 




1969-70 






1 928-29 








1958-59 








Md 


57 


N. estate 


67 


Md. 


35 


Mississippi 


37 


Md. 


65 Virginia 


66 




1970-71 






1929-30 








1959-80 








Md 


63 


South Carolina 


71 


Md. 
1930-31 

Md. 


21 

37 
19 
26 


Kentucl<v 

LSU 

North Carolina 

Georgia 


26 

33 
17 
25 


Md. 

1960-61 

Md. 

1961-62 


58 N. estate 

91 Clemson 
76 Wake Forest 


74 

75 
98 




1971-72 
Md. 54 
62 
64 
1972-7^ 


Clemson 
Virginia 
North Carolina 


52 

57 
73 


1 931 -32 


29 


Kentucky 


27 


Md. 


58 Duke 


71 




Md. 


77 


Clemson 


61 


Md. 


24 


Florida 


39 


1962-63 










73 


Wake Forest 


65 


1932-33 








Md. 


41 Wake Forest 


8C 


1 




74 


N. C. State 


76 


Md. 


28 


South Carolina 


65 


















1933-34 
























Md. 


37 


Washington & Lee 


45 


















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. C. State 


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 


Clem son 


39 


1955-56 


Mid Winter Festival 






Md. 


73 


Miami (Fla) 


80 


1939-40 








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 
194344 




Md. 


New Orleans, Louisiana 
71 Vanderbilt 




56 




Charlotte invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 




Md. 


23 


N. estate 


42 


Md. 


46 Memphis State 




47 


Md. 


66 ~ 


Davidson 


65 


1944^5 
















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. C. State 


55 


1959-60 


Blue Grass Tournament 






1 968-69 


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 



44 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



Alabama 

American University 

University of Arizona . . . . 
Arizona State University . 

Army 

Balnbridge Naval Station . 
Baltimore University . . . . 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Canisius 

Catholic 

Cincinnati 

Citadel 

City College of New York 



W 
1 


1 
2 

2 
2 
4 
2 

10 
1 
T 
1 



Clemson 39 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 

Davidson 6 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 28 

Duquesne 2 

Evansville 1 

Florida 

Fordham 3 

Fort Belvoir 

Gallaudet 6 

Georgetown 30 

George Washington 26 

Georgia 

Georgia Tech 

Hampden-Sydney 

Holy Cross 

Houston - 

Indiana 

Jacksonville 



1 

1 

2 

1 

1 



1 

Johns Hopkins 18 



1 

1 

3 

1 



1 

1 

2 

2 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



3 

1 

1 



Kansas 

Kansas State 

Kent 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 



L 

1 
1 

8 
2 




6 
1 

1 

21 

1 
3 




51 


1 
2 
1 
1 

20 

20 
3 

2 


3 

5 
2 


4 

1 





1 
4 


1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 



W L 

Michigan State 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi Aggies 1 

Mississippi State 2 

Montana State 1 Q 

Navy 22 26 

New Mexico A&M 1 

New York University 1 

Niagara i o 

North Carolina 27 58 

North Carolina State 19 43 

Northwestern 1 

Ohio State 1 

Ohio Wesleyan 1 

Oklahoma State 1 

Pennsylvania 1 11 

Penn State 4 5 

Princeton 1 3 

Providence 1 

Quantico Marines 2 2 

Randolph Macon 2 1 

Rhode Island 1 

Rhode Island State 1 

Richmond 19 14 

Rutgers 2 2 

St. Francis (Pa) 1 

St. Johns (Md) 9 3 

St. Johns (NY) 1 1 

St. Joseph's 1 

Seton Hall 1 1 

South Carolina 29 23 

Southern Illinois 1 

Stevens I nstitute 4 1 

Syracuse 3 

Tampa 2 

Temple 1 

Tennessee 2 

Texas El Paso 1 

Texas Tech 1 

Tulsa 1 

U.S. Merchant Marine 1 2 

Vanderbilt 1 

Virginia 63 32 

Virginia Military Institute 40 10 

Virginia Tech 22 4 

Wake Forest 19 26 

Washington & Lee 26 24 

Washington College 13 4 

West Virginia 9 18 

Western Kentucky 1 

Western Maryland 12 

Wichita 1 

William & Mary 16 8 

Wisconsin 2 

Woodrow General Hospital 1 1 

Wyoming 1 

Yale 1 



127 Brown 82 

117 George Washington 96 

111 Miami (Fla.) 77 

109 Buffalo 70 

107 George Washington 81 

107 West Virginia 92 



ALL-TIME HIGH SCORING GAMES 

1972-73 
1971-72 
1970-71 
1970-71 
1965-66 
1965-66 



107 


Canisius 


80 


105 


Wake Forest 


73 


103 


Yale 


80 


103 


Clemson 


85 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 



1972-73 
1972-73 
1959-60 
1969-70 
1971-72 
1971-72 



45 



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 





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 




1926-27 


10-10 


6-4 






Maryland 


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 





46 



e 



1927-28 


14-4 


8-1 








24 
33 


Catholic 
North Carolina 


21 
31 


A 
H 


JVIaryiand 


38 


Washington & Lee 


24 






32 


Washington College 


33 


H 




29 


VPI 


20 






34 


Virginia 


21 


H 




31 


Washington & Lee 


28 






45 


Western Maryland 


35 


H 




23 


VMI 


9 






32 


St. Johns 


27 


H 




45 


Gallaudet 


20 






33 


Navy 


36 


A 




37 


Kentucky 


7 






31 


Johns Hopkins 


22 


H 




20 


Johns Hopkirrs 


22 
















25 


St. Johns College 


22 
















26 


Virginia 


20 






37 


*LSU 


33 






31 


Stevens Institute 


24 






19 


•North Carolina 


17 






26 


Navy 


35 






26 


•Georgia 


25 






26 


Pennsylvania 


30 






29 


•Kentucky 


27 






36 


N. C. State 


24 








*S. C. Tournament 








12 


Virginia 


34 








(Champions) 








22 


Washington College 


20 
















23 


Johns Hopkins 


19 




1931-32 


16-4 


8-2 








30 


VPI 


10 




Maryland 


30 


Wisconsin 


32 


A 




30 


Western Maryland 


29 






27 


Loyola 


28 


H 


1928-29 


7-9 


2-5 








42 
43 


Washington & Lee 
VMI 


38 
28 


A 
A 


JVIaryiand 


30 


William & Mary 


20 


H 




26 


Navy 


15 


H 




18 


Pennsylvania 


30 


A 




36 


Virginia 


31 


A 




20 


Randolph Macon 


33 


H 




33 


Johns Hopkins 


26 


A 




30 


Virginia 


22 


A 




38 


VMI 


20 


H 




20 


Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 




51 


VPI 


16 


H 




20 


St. Johns 


18 


H 




39 


Catholic 


34 


H 




22 


Virginia 


25 


H 




26 


North Carolina 


25 


H 




22 


Washington & Lee 


47 


H 




36 


Washington College 


16 


H 




29 


VPI 


39 


A 




35 


Western Maryland 


15 


H 




18 


Washington & Lee 


42 


A 




46 


Virginia 


18 


H 




30 


VMI 


27 


A 




49 


Washington & Lee 


19 


H 




22 


North Carolina 


28 


H 




24 


St. Johns 


20 


H 




30 


Navy 


27 


A 




26 


North Carolina 


32 


A 




32 


Western Maryland 


17 


H 




20 


Duke 


18 


A 




19 


Johns Hopkins 


18 


A 




38 
24 


Johns Hopkins 
•Florida 


24 
39 


H 




35 


'Mississippi 
*S. C. Tournament 


37 




1932-33 


11-9 


*S. C. Tournament 
7-3 






1929-30 


16-6 


9-5 






Maryland 


13 


Wisconsin 


22 


H 


IVIaryland 


27 


Williams Mary 


23 


H 




40 


VPI 


20 


A 




27 


Duke 


28 


H 




30 


Duke 


28 


H 




37 


Catholic 


30 


H 




29 


VMI 


30 


A 




54 


Virginia 


20 


H 




40 


Washington & Lee 


43 


A 




41 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


H 




27 


Johns Hopkins 


37 


A 




43 


Navy 


39 


A 




37 


VPI 


21 


H 




41 


VPI 


29 


H 




27 


Catholic 


29 


A 




26 


N. C. State 


28 


H 




21 


Navy 


59 


A 




25 


Washington & Lee 


29 


H 




19 


Virginia 


26 


A 




38 


Western Maryland 


17 


H 




42 


North Carolina 


29 


H 




36 


North Carolina 


24 


H 




36 


Georgia 


40 


H 




34 


VPI 


23 


A 




35 


Washington College 


27 


H 




44 


VMI 


25 


A 




37 


Virginia 


28 


H 




21 


Washington & Lee 


36 


A 




46 


Washington & Lee 


28 


H 




51 


Virginia 


29 


H 




45 


VMI 


29 


H 




21 


N. C. State 


19 


A 




34 


St. Johns 


22 


H 




22 


North Carolina 


19 


A 




37 


Western Maryland 


32 


H 




24 


Duke 


39 


A 




35 


Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 




39 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


A 














39 


VMI 


21 


H 




28 


•South Carolina 


65 






41 


St. Johns 


25 


H 






*S. C. Tournament 








21 


•Kentucky 


26 




1933-34 


11-8 


6-1 










*S. C. Tournament 






Maryland 


29 
17 


Michigan 
Indiana 


25 
30 


H 
H 


1930-31 


18-4 


8-1 








24 


West Virginia 


26 


A 


Maryland 


38 


Gallaudet 


27 


H 




37 


Duke 


33 


H 




38 


VMI 


18 


A 




29 


VPI 


24 


A 




36 


Washington & Lee 


21 


A 




34 


VPI 


32 


H 




32 


Duke 


24 


H 




32 


Johns Hopkins 


37 


A 




30 


Loyola 


33 


H 




43 


Virginia 


20 


A 




33 


Johns Hopkins 


20 


A 




24 


North Carolina 


28 


H 




44 


VMI 


20 


H 




33 


Catholic 


25 


H 




33 


VPI 


16 


H 




27 


Navy 


46 


A 




31 


Virginia 


34 


A 




28 


Virginia 


25 


H 




28 


Washington & Lee 


17 


H 




33 


Richmond 


44 


H 



47 



49 


Western Maryland 


33 


H 


1937-38 15-9 


7-4 






36 


VMI 


27 


H 










32 


St. Johns 


37 


H 


Maryland 26 


Richmond 


31 


H 


44 
32 


Washington College 
Johns Hopkins 


33 
19 


H 
H 


26 
50 
43 


Michigan 
Baltimore 
Randolph Macon 


33 
32 
27 


H 
A 
H 


37 


•Washington & Lee 
*S. C. Tournament 


45 




29 
42 


Washington & Lee 
VMI 


31 
27 


A 
A 










39 


Georgetown 


57 


A 










40 


Duke 


35 


H 


1934-35 8-10 


4-5 






24 


North Carolina 


43 


A 


Maryland 25 
50 


Indiana 
Ohio State 


30 
41 


H 
H 


34 
42 


Duke 
VPI 


44 
35 


A 
H 


29 


West Virginia 


39 


H 


34 


Navy 


37 


A 


35 


South Carolina 


21 


H 


27 


NYU 


42 


H 


39 


VMI 


24 


H 


36 


Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


39 


Duke 


48 


H 


45 


William & Mary 


38 


H 


43 
31 


Washington College 
North Carolina 


27 
39 


H 
H 


43 
49 


VMI 
Catholic 


33 
33 


H 
H 


36 
44 
26 


Navy 

Virginia 

Richmond 


43 
24 
56 


A 
H 
H 


43 
39 
57 


Washington College 

Virginia 

Dickinson 


42 
23 
27 


A 
A 
H 


29 


Catholic 


45 


A 


56 


Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 


29 


Washington & Lee 


33 


H 


38 


St. Johns 


29 


H 


33 


Virginia 


32 


A 


45 


•Citadel 


43 




41 


Johns Hopkins 


35 


A 


32 


•Duke 


35 




17 


St. Johns 


24 


H 




•S. C. Tournament 






52 


Johns Hopkins 


25 


H 










24 


Georgetown 


25 


H 


1938-39 15-9 


8-3 






1935-36 14-6 


3-3 






Maryland 34 


Richmond 


41 


A 










45 


Clemson 


35 


H 


Maryland 44 


VMI 


29 


H 


44 


Davidson 


27 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 


30 


A 


24 


Pennsylvania 


36 


A 


53 


VMI 


32 


A 


25 


Army 


45 


A 


32 


Navy 


20 


A 


37 


Navy 


47 


A 


28 


Richmond 


24 


H 


37 


Duke 


34 


H 


55 


Baltimore 


33 


H 


34 


North Carolina 


32 


H 


46 


Washington College 


34 


H 


34 


Hampden-Sydney 


25 


H 


32 


North Carolina 


44 


H 


31 


Virginia 


21 


H 


41 


William & Mary 


39 


H 


60 


Duke 


44 


A 


38 


Duke 


34 


H 


66 


North Carolina 


41 


A 


40 


Virginia 


34 


H 


40 


N. C. State 


46 


A 


26 


West Virginia 


51 


A 


25 


Georgetown 


39 


H 


54 


Washington & Lee 


55 


H 


39 


Washington & Lee 


37 


H 


40 


St. Johns 


28 


H 


49 


William & Mary 


57 


H 


29 


Catholic 


40 


H 


48 


St. Johns 


20 


A 


56 


Washington College 


30 


A 


53 


VMI 


35 


H 


45 


Johns Hopkins 


40 


H 


40 


Catholic 


38 


A 


47 


Georgetown 


39 


A 


24 


George Washington 


37 


A 










47 


Washington College 


37 


H 


47 


•Duke 


35 












32 


•Washington & Lee 


38 




47 


•Richmond 


32 






*S. C. Tournament 






53 
27 


•N. C. State 
•Clemson 


29 
39 




1936-37 9-11 


4-8 








•S. C. Tournament 






Maryland 40 


Richmond 


51 


A 


1939-40 14-9 


7-4 






54 


Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 










27 


Washington & Lee 


51 


A 


Maryland 48 


Western Maryland 


32 


H 


48 


VMI 


28 


A 


47 


Randolph Macon 


16 


H 


48 


Western Maryland 


36 


H 


53 


Clemson 


26 


H 


31 


Duke 


34 


A 


34 


Pennsylvania 


41 


A 


41 


Washington College 


20 


H 


51 


Rutgers 


39 


A 


37 


Virginia 


23 


H 


53 


Rhode Island State 


59 


A 


33 


N. C. State 


35 


A 


32 


Duke 


30 


H 


24 


North Carolina 


41 


A 


35 


Richmond 


19 


H 


30 


Duke 


34 


A 


28 


Georgetown 


27 


A 


37 


Navy 


53 


A 


49 


VPI 


41 


H 


35 


North Carolina 


44 


H 


25 


Washington & Lee 


44 


H 


41 


William & Mary 


29 


H 


43 


N. C. State 


36 


A 


45 


VMI 


28 


H 


30 


Clemson 


48 


A 


35 


Washington & Lee 


41 


H 


30 


South Carolina 


33 


A 


27 


Georgetown 


39 


H 


37 


Duke 


48 


A 


37 


St. Johns 


39 


A 


49 


Johns Hopkins 


36 


H 


41 


N. C. State 


35 


H 


60 


VMI 


33 


A 










19 


Washington & Lee 


39 


A 


35 


♦N. estate 


42 




46 


Catholic 


31 


H 




*S. C. Tournament 






27 


VMI 


25 


H 



48 



26 



George Washington 



<5- 



43 "Washington & Lee 

32 *Duke 

*S. C. Tournament 

1940-41 1-21 0-13 

IVIaryland 36 Richmond 

24 Johns Hopkins 

34 Clemson 

32 Pennsylvania 

26 Duke 

41 Washington & Lee 

30 VIVII 

34 Georgetown 

36 IMorth 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 



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



23 


A 


39 


A 


63 


A 


59 


A 


57 


A 


64 


A 


34 


A 


37 


A 


25 


H 


42 


A 


47 


H 


26 


H 


46 


A 


52 


A 


30 


H 


61 


A 


32 


H 


41 


H 


44 


A 


34 


H 


64 


H 


36 


H 


28 


H 


40 


H 


49 


H 


51 


A 


50 


A 


35 


A 


48 


A 


54 


A 


44 


A 


46 


H 


35 


H 


42 


A 


31 


A 


46 


H 


36 


H 


36 


H 



59 
46 
52 
52 



H 
H 
H 
A 



1944-45 
Maryland 



1945-46 
Maryland 



1946-47 

Maryland 



43 VMI 

43 Hampden-Sydney 

25 Bainbridge Navy 
29 Fort Belvoir 

33 Catholic 

26 Virginia 

33 Catholic 

34 Richmond 

48 Woodrow Gen, Hosp. 

25 Woodrow Gen. Hosp. 

31 VMI 

35 Navy 

22 Army 

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

2-14 2-5 

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 

9-12 5-5 

61 Marine Corps Inst. 

43 Marshall 

47 Quantico Marines 

25 Duke 

47 N. C. State 

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. C. State 
*S. C. Tournament 

14-10 9-4 

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 



36 

51 
78 
60 
31 
49 
53 
65 
26 
35 
29 
69 
85 

42 



76 



54 



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



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 



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 



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 



49 



48 


George Washington 


63 


H 




65 


Washington & Lee 


46 


H 


49 


Richmond 


68 


A 




52 


Pennsylvania 


54 


A 


55 


VPI 


42 


H 




55 


Clemson 


60 


H 


38 


Duke 


40 


H 




62 


Navy 


75 


A 


47 


Kings Point 


73 


A 




71 


Ohio Wesleyan 


75 


H 


57 


Army 


54 


A 




53 


North 'fcarolina 


55 


A 


52 


Citadel 


40 


H 




46 


Duke 


58 


A 


53 


VMI 


45 


H 




71 


Georgetown 


65 


A 


54 


Pennsylvania 


80 


A 




52 
49 


Williams Mary 
Richmond 


56 
59 


H 
A 


43 


*N. C. State 


55 






51 


George Washington 


72 


H 




*S. C. Tournament 








56 
65 


Williams Mary 
VMI 


64 
53 


A 
H 


1947-48 11-14 


9-7 








56 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


Maryland 63 


Western Maryland 


58 


A 




61 


VMI 


62 


A 


52 


Loyola 


63 


H 




67 


Duke 


57 


H 


59 


Davidson 


58 


H 




56 


South Carolina 


61 


H 


64 


Washington & Lee 


70 


A 




70 


Virginia 


52 


H 


53 


VMI 


46 


A 




64 


Davidson 


61 


H 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


53 


A 




67 


Richmond 


48 


H 


46 


North Carolina 


70 


A 




44 


South Carolina 


59 


A 


42 


Duke 


53 


A 




68 


Clemson 


70 


A 


40 


Georgetown 


52 


A 












49 


Clemson 


42 


H 


1950-51 


16-11 


11-8 






44 


Virginia 


64 


A 


Maryland 


59 


Virginia 


57 


H 


47 


Navy 


51 


A 




65 


Pennsylvania 


74 


A 


68 


South Carolina 


54 


H 




48 


Williani & Mary 


41 


H 


63 


VMI 


48 


H 




46 


Virginia 


43 


A 


44 


Army 


48 


A 




52 


Washington & Lee 


43 


H 


64 


Washington & Lee 


38 


H 




51 


Rutgers 


45 


H 


49 


George Washington 


65 


A 




67 


North Carolina 


59 


A 


47 


North Carolina 


51 


H 




48 


Richmond 


42 


A 


56 


Virginia 


68 


H 




47 


Navy 


51 


A 


60 


Richmond 


53 


H 




58 


Georgetown 


47 


H 


54 


South Carolina 


53 


A 




57 


VPI 


66 


H 


63 


Clemson 


61 


A 




56 


North Carolina 


55 


H 


62 


Richmond 


64 


A 




57 


Davidson 


55 


A 


35 


George Washington 


59 


H 




43 

44 


South Carolina 
Clemson 


70 
50 


A 
A 


51 


*Davidson 


58 






65 


Washington & Lee 


83 


A 




*S. C. Tournament 








46 
47 


VMI 

South Carolina 


41 
37 


A 
H 


1948-49 9-18 


8-7 








64 


West Virginia 


70 


H 


Maryland 49 


Temple 


67 


A 




40 


Duke 


49 


H 


60 


VPI 


51 


H 




50 


William & Mary 


55 


A 


75 


Loyola (Baltimore) 


77 


A 




54 


Clemson 


50 


H 


45 


Richmond 


54 


H 




42 


Richmond 


33 


H 


47 


Virginia 


53 


H 




47 


George Washington 


67 


A 


74 


Clemson 


50 


H 




65 


VMI 


46 


H 


47 


North Carolina 


55 


A 




50 


'Clemson 


48 




49 


Davidson 


52 


A 




45 


*N. C. State 


54 




43 


Virginia 


79 


A 






*S. C. Tournament 






51 


Georgetown 


53 


A 












67 


Pennsylvania 


81 


A 


1951-52 


13-9 


9-5 






46 


Navy 


52 


A 


Maryland 


59 


Virginia 


42 


A 


54 


George Washington 


66 


H 




71 


Washington & Lee 


51 


H 


43 


Miami (Ohio) 


42 


A 




52 


Pennsylvania 


53 


A 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


58 


A 




54 


William & Mary 


53 


H 


33 


Cincinnati 


70 


A 




36 


West Virginia 


39 


A 


53 


VMI 


45 


A 




57 


VMI 


39 


A 


68 


Washington & Lee 


60 


A 




51 


Washington & Lee 


43 


A 


79 


South Carolina 


49 


H 




47 


North Carolina 


51 


A 


42 


North Carolina 


66 


H 




48 


Navy 


45 


A 


52 


Georgetown 


56 


H 




63 


Virginia 


53 


H 


57 


South Carolina 


56 


A 




55 


Georgetown 


40 


H 


49 


Clemson 


68 


A 




55 


Rutgers 


61 


A 


66 


Richmond 


51 


A 




71 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


42 


George Washington 


61 


A 




64 


VMI 


46 


H 


70 


VMI 


55 


H 




55 
66 


Richmond 
William & Mary 


45 
71 


H 

A 


61 


*North Carolina 


79 






51 


Duke 


56 


A 




*S. C. Tournament 








61 
54 


Georgetown 
Richmond 


71 
50 


A 
A 


1949-50 7-18 


5-13 








56 
71 


George Washington 
Davidson 


57 
48 


H 
H 


Maryland 57 


VPI 


63 


A 












40 


Tennessee 


61 


A 




48 


♦Duke 


51 




56 


Virginia 


66 


A 






*S. C. Tournament 







50 



1952-53 15-8 


12-3 






67 


William & Mary 


62 


A 


Maryland 71 


Virginia 


61 


H 


67 


George Washington 


73 


H 


64 


William & Mary 


61 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


53 


Pennsylvania 


70 


A 


68 


Clemson 


66 


H 


52 


West Virginia 


45 


H 


58 


N. C. State 


78 


A 


54 


VMI 


37 


A 


71 


Wake Forest 


75 


A 


58 


Washington & Lee 


40 


A 


57 


Georgetown 


48 


A 


49 


North Carolina 


59 


A 










59 


Virginia 


56 


A 


67 


Virginia 


68 


ACC 


63 


Richmond 


60 


A 










45 


Georgetown 


54 


H 


1955-56 14-10 


7-7 






65 


VPI 


46 


H 










68 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


Maryland 67 


Virginia 


55 


H 


62 


George Washington 


63 


A 


52 


William & Mary 


51 


H 


70 


VPI 


56 


A 


61 


Wake Forest 


51 


H 


46 


Richmond 


49 


H 


61 


Kentucky 


62 


H 


67 


VMI 


41 


H 


62 


North Carolina 


68 


H 


87 


Washington & Lee 


56 


H 


75 


Michigan State 


95 


H 


79 


William & Mary 


57 


A 


75 


St. Francis 


66 


H 


48 


Georgetown 


49 


A 


76 


South Carolina 


57 


H 


47 


Navy 


51 


A 


62 


George Washington 


48 


H 


66 


George Washington 


53 


H 


71 


Clemson 


63 


A 










59 


South Carolina 


53 


A 


74 


*Duke 


65 




64 


N. C. State 


73 


H 


59 


*Wake Forest 


61 




62 


Duke 


76 


A 




*S. C. Tournament 






55 


North Carolina 


64 


A 










62 


Georgetown 


57 


A 










80 


Navy 


61 


H 


1953-54 23-7 


7-2 






70 


Duke 


82 


H 


Maryland 53 


South Carolina 


49 


A 


67 


George Washington 


46 


A 


81 


Clemson 


41 


A 


81 


Clemson 


69 


H 


54 


Wake Forest 


71 


A 


71 


N. C. State 


62 


A 


69 


William & Mary 


54 


A 


60 


Wake Forest 


76 


A 


71 


West Virginia 


87 


A 


60 


Virginia 


73 


A 


60 


VPI 


52 


H 


72 


Georgetown 


61 


H 


79 


South Carolina 


48 


H 










65 


Arizona State 


50 


A 


69 


Duke 


94 


ACC 


66 


Evansville 


58 


A 










54 


Ky. Wesleyan 


37 


A 


1956-57 15-9 


9-5 






72 


Richmond 


64 


A 


Maryland 67 


Virginia 


63 


A 


70 


Virginia 


64 


H 


62 


Fordham 


68 


H 


75 


Clemson 


54 


H 


59 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


56' 


Georgetown 


58 


A 


55 


Kentucky 


76 


A 


71 


Richmond 


73 


H 


61 


North Carolina 


70 


A 


68 


George Washington 


61 


H 


89 


Montana State 


72 


A 


70 


Virginia 


56 


A 


43 


New Mexico A & M 


45 


A 


61 


Tampa 


51 


A 


43 


Virginia 


39 


A 


63 


Miami (Fla) 


57 


A 


59 


Clemson 


52 


A 


51 


Washington & Lee 


25 


A 


60 


South Carolina 


68 


A 


54 


VPI 


41 


A 


62 


Duke 


51 


H 


76 


Washington & Lee 


43 


H 


68 


George Washington 


48 


A 


61 


Navy 


60 


A 


66 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


74 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


82 


Georgetown 


69 


H 


61 


Duke 


68 


H 


79 


N. C. State 


66 


H 


53 


Georgetown 


50 


H 


60 


Duke 


72 


A 


57 


George Washington 


70 


A 


84 


George Washington 


67 


H 


74 


William & Mary 


55 


H 


61 


North Carolina 


65 


H 










85 


Virginia 


64 


H 


75 


Clemson 


59 


ACC 


56 


N. C. State 


49 


A 


56 


Wake Forest 


64 


ACC 


58 


Wake Forest 


62 


A 










55 


Navy 


56 


A 


1954-55 17-7 


10-4 






74 


Clemson 


65 


H 










62 


Georgetown 


59 


A 


Maryland 60 


Georgetown 


43 


H 










49 


Duke 


47 


H 


71 


Virginia 


68 


ACC 


58 


Wake Forest 


62 


H 


64 


South Carolina 


74 


ACC 


72 


Virginia 


69 


A 










61 


Duke 


68 


A 


1957-58 22-7 


9-5 






70 


North Carolina 


60 


A 










58 


Texas Tech 


54 


A 


Maryland 64 


George Washington 


55 


H 


83 


Rhode Island 


66 


A 


61 


Fordham 


58 


A 


78 


Cincinnati 


61 


A 


71 


Kentucky 


62 


H 


68 


South Carolina 


51 


H 


72 


Wake Forest 


58 


H 


78 


Virginia 


65 


H 


88 


Navy 


58 


H 


71 


Clemson 


63 


A 


71 


Vanderbilt 


56 


A 


68 


South Carolina 


52 


A 


46 


Memphis State 


47 


A 


68 


N. C. State 


64 


H 


72 


South Carolina 


59 


A 


53 


George Washington 


75 


A 


66 


Clemson 


73 


A 


60 


Navy 


54 


A 


74 


Duke 


49 


H 



51 



1958-59 

Maryland 



74 
55 
48 
64 
87 
74 
72 
64 
69 
59 
59 
56 
99 

70 
71 
86 
86 
67 
59 

10-13 

53 
62 
63 
56 
50 
68 
45 
54 
64 
59 
46 
61 
69 
57 
53 
65 
37 
77 
50 
69 
67 
75 



65 



North Carolina 

Georgetown 

l\l. estate 

Navy 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

N. C. State 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Georgetown 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Boston College 

Temple 

Manhattan 

7-7 

N. C. State 

Northwestern 

Virginia 

Kentucky 

Navy 

Wake Forest 

Mississippi State 

Loyola 

Duke 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Georgetown 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

George Washington 

N. C. State 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Georgetown 

South Carolina 



Virginia 



1959-60 


15-8 


9-6 


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. C. State 




70 


Clemson 




71 


Duke 




86 


George Washington 




64 


North Carolina 




67 


Clemson 




72 


South Carolina 




58 


N. C. State 


1960-61 


14-12 


6-8 


Maryland 


64 


Penn State 




57 


Virginia 



61 


H 


45 


A 


57 


H 


51 


A 


66 


A 


67 


A 


54 


H 


69 


A 


56 


H 


68 


A 


66 


A 


46 


H 


59 


H 


66 


ACC 


65 


ACC 


74 


ACC 


63 


NCAA 


71 


[MCAA 


55 


NCAA 


55 


H 


66 


A 


56 


H 


58 


A 


53 


H 


65 


H 


56 


A 


50 


A 


31 


H 


41 


A 


55 


A 


53 


H 


78 


A 


64 


A 


56 


A 


66 


H 


53 


A 


58 


H 


62 


A 


51 


H 


56 


A 


45 


H 



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 


68 


H 




64 


Minnesota 


53 


A 




78 


Georgetown 


67 


A 




60 


Wake Forest 


72 


H 




57 


Norths Carolina 


81 


A 




67 


N. C. State 


75 


A 




84 


Wyoming 


77 


A 




72 


South Carolina 


58 


H 




55 


Georgetown 


47 


H 




62 


Duke 


70 


A 




52 


North Carolina 


58 


H 




63 


Navy 


62 


H 




75 


N. estate 


57 


A 




56 


North Carolina 


63 


A 




69 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 




59 


Clemson 


76 


A 




61 


South Carolina 


64 


A 




66 


N. estate 


83 


A 




76 


Duke 


71 


H 




44 


George Washington 


63 


A 




77 


Virginia 


62 


H 




82 


Clemson 


80 


H 




91 


Clemson 


75 


ACC 




76 


Wake Forest 


98 


ACC 


1961-62 


8-17 


3-11 






Maryland 


65 


Penn State 


71 


A 




78 


Georgetown 


79 


H 




68 


N. C. State 


73 


H 




75 


Minnesota 


69 


H 




79 


Wake Forest 


62 


H 




91 


Virginia 


70 


A 




62 


Mississippi State 


64 


A 




64 


Louisville 


83 


A 




67 


George Washington 


56 


A 




77 


South Carolina 


86 


H 




83 


Georgetown 


70 


A 




68 


Duke 


84 


A 




81 


George Washington 


67 


H 




61 


N. C. State 


68 


A 




71 


Miami (Fla) 


68 


A 




58 


Navy 


67 


A 




79 


North Carolina 


62 


H 




68 


South Carolina 


85 


A 




61 


Clemson 


73 


A 




53 


Duke 


79 


H 




78 


Wake Forest 


81 


A 




67 


North Carolina 


70 


A 




68 


Virginia 


72 


H 




68 


Clemson 


75 


H 



58 Duke 71 ACC 

1962-63 8-13 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. C. State 

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 80 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 



52 



e^ 



1963-64 9-17 5-9 

Maryland 68 Virginia 58 

72 Georgetown 83 

62 Penn State 91 
72 N. estate 62 

74 West Virginia 72 
56 Clemson 48 
59 Tennessee 70 

75 LSU 65 

54 Arizona 57 
82 Columbia 76 
89 South Carolina 73 

55 Navy 68 
88 North Carolina .97 

65 N. estate 66 
91 Wake Forest 82 
80 George Washington 76 

67 West Virginia 91 

72 Duke 104 

77 Wake Forest 79 

74 North Carolina 64 

73 Virginia 79 

63 Duke 84 

78 Georgetown 81 

68 Clemson 83 

64 South Carolina 74 

67 Clemson 81 

1964-65 18-8 10-4 

Maryland 72 Penn State 71 

82 George Washington 80 

59 Virginia 61 

62 N. C. State 63 

73 West Virginia 80 

82 Wake Forest 64 

61 Kansas 63 

66 Tulsa 59 
73 Miami (Fla) 80 

76 North Carolina 68 

67 - Clemson 65 

75 South Carolina 70 

77 Navy 58 
93 Wake Forest 85 
67 N. C. State 73 
91 North Carolina 80 
64 Duke 82 

86 West Virginia 78 
85 Georgetown 67 
52 Virginia 47 
70 Navy 57 

85 Duke 82 
88 Clemson 71 

73 South Carolina 59 

61 Clemson 50 
67 N, C. State 76 

1965-66 14-11 7-7 

Maryland 61 Penn State 65 

87 Wake Forest 66 
59 N. estate 48 

62 Kansas 71 

63 Kansas State 57 
77 Georgetown 59 

74 West Virginia 76 

69 Houston 68 

77 Dayton 75 
52 North Carolina 67 
62 Virginia 65 
61 Duke 76 
58 N. C. -State 60 

107 George Washington 81 

66 Clemson 71 

78 South Carolina 63 

76 North Carolina 66 

86 Wake Forest 78 



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

ACC 



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

ACC 
ACC 



A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
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. estate 

66 South Carolina 
60 Wake Forest 

53 Texas El Paso 

72 Southern Illinois 

59 South Carolina 
52 N. estate 

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 

1968-69 8-18 2-12 

Maryland 66 Penn State 

65 West Virginia 

67 South Carolina 

63 Princeton 
87 Wake Forest 

99 George Washington 

89 Marshall 

85 Miami (Flal 

69 Davidson 
95 Wichita 

71 Wake Forest 
69 N. C. State 



69 


H 


92 


H 


64 


A 


74 


H 


42 


H 


81 


H 



77 



53 
38 
65 
65 
49 
55 
68 
65 
54 
55 
81 
72 
48 
61 
80 
85 
52 
80 
76 
66 
81 
79 
65 
78 

57 



63 



ACC 



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



56 


H 


86 


A 


79 


A 


72 


H 


95 


A 


96 


H 


80 


A 


92 


A 


83 


A 


83 


A 


93 


A 


85 


A 



53 





67 


South Carolina 


69 


H 




85 


Duke 


96 


A 




83 


Clemson 


78 


H 




77 


Virginia 


78 


H 




87 


North Carolina 


107 


A 




81 


N. C. State 


86 


H 




91 


West Virginia 


84 


H 




83 


Duke 


93 


H 




68 


Navy 


72 


A 




78 


Virginia 


84 


A 




86 


North Carolina 


88 


H 




84 


Clemson 


83 


A 




83 


Georgetown 


78 


A 




71 


South Carolina 


92 


A 


1969-70 


13-13 


5-9 






Maryland 


97 


Buffalo 


77 


H 




92 


George Washington 


71 


A 




67 


Princeton 


75 


A 




87 


Wake Forest 


104 


H 




68 


South Carolina 


101 


H 




54 


Army 


69 


H 




94 


Fordham 


71 


H 




94 


Delaware 


58 


H 




57 


N. C. State 


91 


A 




96 


Wake Forest 


88 


A 




83 


West Virginia 


76 


H 




44 


South Carolina 


55 


A 




75 


Clemson 


63 


A 




73 


Navy 


57 


H 




97 


Maine 


68 


H 




52 


Duke 


50 


H 




69 


North Carolina 


77 


H 




54 


N. C. State 


64 


A 




81 


Georgetown 


71 


H 




69 


Virginia 


71 


A 




83 


North Carolina 


90 


A 




76 


Duke 


87 


A 




103 


Clemson 


85 


H 




78 


West Virginia 


83 


A 




79 


Virginia 


71 


H 




57 


N. C. State 


67 


A 



1970-71 



14-12 



5-9 



Maryland 


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.) 




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 



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 



1972-73 



100 


Brown 


83 


H 


118 


George Washington 


96 


A 


57 


Virgioia 


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 



23-7 



7-5 



Maryland 


127 


Brown 


82 


H 




82 


Richmond 


50 


A 




107 


Canisius 


80 


A 




99 


Georgetown 


73 


A 




88 


George Washington 


79 


H 




90 


Georgia Tech 


55 


H 




90 


Syracuse 


76 


H 




76 


Kent State 


58 


H 




79 


Clemson 


75 


A 




93 


Virginia 


74 


H 




85 


N. C. State 


87 


H 




76 


Navy 


67 


A 




105 


Wake Forest 


76 


H 




100 


Long Island 


73 


H 




94 


North Carolina 


88 


H 




78 


N. C. State 


89 


A 




81 


Duke 


85 


A 




83 


Fordham 


72 


A 




93 


Buffalo 


64 


H 




85 


North Carolina 


95 


A 




69 


Clemson 


66 


H 




81 


Duquesne 


71 


A 




96 


Duke 


68 


H 




60 


Wake Forest 


62 


A 




92 


Virginia 


81 


A 




77 


Clemson 


61 


ACC 




73 


Wake Forest 


65 


ACC 




74 


N. C. State 


76 


ACC 




91 


Syracuse 


75 


NCAA 




89 


Providence 


103 


NCAA 




54 



CAREER SCORING 



1,397 


Gene Shue 


(1951-54) 


1,370 


WiU Hetzel 


(1967-70) 


1300 


Jay McMillen 


(1964-67) 


1,283 


Tom McMillen 


(1971- ) 


1,266 


Bob Kessler 


(1953-56) 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien 


(1970-73) 


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) 


861 


Nick Davis 


(1954-57) 


860 


Rod Horst 


(1967-70) 


854 


Bruce Kelleher 


(1958-61) 




SINGLE SEASON SCORING 


667 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


654 


Gene Shue 


1953-54 


616 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


605 


WiU Hetzel 


1968-69 


512 


Jay McMillen 


1964-65 


508 


Gene Shue 


1952-53 


498 


Jim O'Brien 


1972-73 


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 


424 


John Lucas 


1972-73 


414 


WiU Hetzel 


1969-70 


401 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 


396 


Jay McMiUen 


1965-66 


SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 


351 


Len Elmore 


1971-72 


336 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


318 


WiU Hetzel 


1968-69 


306 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


290 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


289 


Al Bunge 


1959-60 


284 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


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 Still 


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 Halle ck 


1956-57 


195 


Jay McMiUen 


1966-67 


191 


Jay McMiUen 


1964-65 





WILL HETZEL 



GENE SHUE 





JAY McMillen 



LEE BRAWLEY 





GARY WARD 



JERRY GREENSPAN 



55 



MARYLAND 

INVITATIONAL w 
TOURNAMENT 




M.I.T. Results: 



1971 - First Round 

Maryland 103, Western Kentucky 67 
St. John's 94, Harvard 88 
Maryland 90, St. John's 69, championship 
Harvard 107, Western Kentucky 89, third 

1972 - First Round 

Maryland 90, Georgia Tech 55 
Syracuse 74, Bowling Green 73 

Maryland 90, Syracuse 76, championship 
Bowling Green 102, Georgia Tech 87, third 



MIT tournament records 

INDIVIDUAL GAME 

Most Assists: 14 by Jeff Montgomery (Bowling Green) ag Syracuse, 

1972 
Best FT Performance: (5 or more attempts) 8 of 8, 100% by 

Cornelius Cash (Bowling Green) ag Georgia Tech, 1972 

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT 

Most Rebounds: 38 by Cornelius Cash (Bowling Green), 1972 

Most Assists: 23 by Jeff Montgomery (Bowling Green), 1972 

Best FG Performance: (15 or more attempts) 14 of 17, 82% by Tom 

McMillen (Maryland), 1972 
Most FTA: 15 by Jeff Montgomery (Bowling Green), 1972 
Most FTM: 12 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's), 1971; by Jeff Mont- 
gomery (Bowling Green), 1972 

TEAM GAME 

FEWEST POINTS: 55 by Georgia Tech ag Maryland (90), 1972 
MOST FTA: 35 by Bowling Green ag Georgia Tech, 1972 
MOST FTM: 28 by Bowling Green ag Georgia Tech, 1972 
BEST FT PERFORMANCE: 10 of 1 1, 90.9% by Syracuse ag Mary- 
land, 1972 
MOST FOULS: 27 by Georgia Tech ag Bowling Green, 1972 
FEWEST FOULS: 12 by Maryland ag Georgia Tech, 1972; Mary- 
land ag Syracuse, 1972 

TEAM TOURNAMENT 

FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 131 by Georgia Tech and 

Syracuse ag Maryland (180), 1972 
BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 79 of 126, 62.7% by Maryland, 1972 
MOST FT MADE: 37 by Maryland, 1971; by Bowling Green, 1972 
BEST FA PERFORMANCE: 16 of 21, 76% by Georgia Tech, 1972 
MOST FOULS: 44 by Georgia Tech, 1972 
FEWEST FOULS: 24 by Maryland, 1972 



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should have thesame tires 
feajs a $9iOOO Porsche. 






A Porsche can take a hairpin turn without losing an inch 
of traction in the process. 

It can eat up a straightaway without the least bit of fishtail. 

And it can make a panic-stop with virtually perfect 
control. 

It's no coincidence that the tires on so many Porsches 
arc Pirelli Cinturato radials. 

Now admittedly, your small car wasn't designed to 
handle exactly like a Porsche. 

But if you're like most small car owners, you probably 
drive it as if it were. 

And as a result, you wind up putting an incredible amount 
of strain on your tires. 

That's why when you take your little economy car 
around a sharp corner, you need a tire that will stay glued to 
the road. 

Or when you have to pass another car on the highway, 
you need a tire that will get you around and back without 
your rear end swaying out from under you. 



Or when you have to make a sudden stop on a wet slippery 
road, you need a tire that can grip the road like the treads 
of a tank. 

In other words, you need a Pirelli Cinturato. 

Thanks to their unique radial ply construction, Cinturatos 
can out-corner, out-stop and just plain out-maneuver just 
about any tire made. Especially on wet roads. 

And get great mileage while doing it. 

Yet Cinturatos ride smoothly and silently. 

Perhaps this is why many of the world's finest automobiles 
come with Pirellis as original equipment. 

No matter what kind of small car you drive, European, 
Japanese, or American, there's a Pirelli Cinturato 
to fit your car. 

So even if you're not driving 

around in a Porsche, at least you can 

drive around on a Porsche's tires. ^^^^— ^^-^^-^^^ 

■ IRELLI 

Radial tires 

PIRELLI TIRE CORPORMION. Sllcrr CAJT FORTY SfCOMO &T , nlw VOHK.N.V. lOOtT. 






MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

1973-1974 



DEC -I MARYLAND vs 
5 MARYLAND vs 
11 MARYLAND vs 






CABLE CAR CLASSIC 
21 MAl^YLAM) vs :^n\ rK^^\i i^« O 

21 ST. JOSEPH :3 vs o-a'm-v i.i^^ixn 

22 FINALS 
MARYLAND INVITAIIONAL I OURNAMFNT 

28 MAI^YLAND vs HOLY CROSS