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MARYLAND BASKETBALL 
1975-76 Yearbook 



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A WINNING COMBINATION 



In 1964 Coach Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell led the 
Davidson Wildcats to a tenth place National Ranking 
and during the next five years added three more top ten 
teams including a third place finish in 1969. 

Lefty then moved to Maryland and in 1972 the Ter- 
rapins were ranked eleventh in the nation with their 
best record in 49 years of Intercollegiate comp)etition. 
The next three years saw Lefty add three more Top Ten 
teams at Maryland and no active coach has had more 
teams ranked in the top ten than the dynamic Terp 
mentor. 

During the 1971-72 season, while the Terrapins were 
enroute to the National Invitational Tournament Cham- 
pionship, Lefty sopped off in Durham, North Carolina 
at every opportunity, but it was not the nostalgia of his 
Intercollegiate days at Duke that lured him back. 

A young lefthanded Tennis player and Basketball Star 
at Hillside high had caught the eye of Lefty and he em- 
barked on an intensive campaign to get the outstanding 
student-athlete to attend the University of Maryland. 

John Lucas did select the University to continue his 
education and athletic career and was an instant success. 
Many of those following Lucas during his high school 
career predicted stardom for Lucas but in Tennis more 
than Basketball. 

Only Coach Driesell predicted great success for Lucas 
and only Lefty felt he would become a regular for the 
Terps as a freshman. 




Lefty Dnesell - John Lucas 



CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICAN 



INSTANT STAR 

Lucas was not only a success but an instant star. He 
started on the point as a freshman, and was runner-up 
for Outstanding Player of ACC Tournament honors in 
his first appearance. In seven ACC Tournament games 
and five NCAA Tournament games he has failed to top 
20 points only twice and in those two scored 18 and 19 
points. He has been named to the All-Tournament team 
in every Tournament he has played in and added the 
Outstanding Player Honors in the World Cup Games 
in Puerto Rico. He led all scorers in the Eighth Inter- 
continental Cup Games in Mexico City, won by the 
Terps, with a 27.6 average. 

Lucas has reigned as the ACC Singles Champion in 
Tennis, teamed up with Fred Winckelmann as the Con- 
ference Doubles Champion and Eastern Intercollegiate 
Doubles Champion, twice won the Eastern Intercollegiate 
Singles Championship. 



Lucas, a 1975 Consensus All American, has never 
played on a team that was not ranked in the Top Ten, 
with the Terps ranked Eighth, Fourth and Fifth, in his 
three years. 

During the same period Lefty has been accorded ACC 
Coach of the Year honors and has achieved his record 
of 300 coaching wins in just 15 years along with the 
seven Top Ten teams. Lefty enters the 1975-76 season 
as one of the top three coaches in the nation with a 
winning percentage of .728 for his 412 games as ranked 
by Elmore "Scoop" Hudgins of the Southeastern Con- 
ference. 

Every player Lefty has recruited at Maryland has played 
on a Nationally Ranked team before he graduated and 
every player on this team with the exception of the 
freshmen have never played on a team that was not 
ranked in the top ten. The freshmen can even claim 
some distinction as they have contributed to the pre- 
season rankings that find the Terps placed third in most 
of the early publications. 




MARYLAND 

1975-76 
BASKETBALL 

PRESS BROCHURE 

TABLE OF CONTENTS ^^^^B^"^^^ 

Head Coach Charles G. "Left)" Driesell 2 

Assistant Coaches 7 ^^^^^l'^"^^ 

Player Profiles 11 

1974-75 Statistics 24 

MIT History 26 

Terp Records 28 ^^^B \W^' 

International Competition 30 ^^^^B l ^«V ^^ » \fVMBwS^ ^1 

Post Season Competition 31 

Terps in ACC Tournament 32 

Terp Leaders 34 ^HBHSft 1 

Results with Lefty 35 tr^j^^ University of Maryland in all its branches and divisions 

Dr tM 1 ^- T L^ I, QT subscribes to a policy of equal education opportunitv for 

irector of Athletics— James Kehoe 3/ ^^^^^^^ ^f ^U ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^j^„;^ ^^.^.^^„ 

Tht Athletic Department Staff 39 

^ ^ . ^ MARYLAND BASKETBALL 1975-76: Printed by University of 

The Opponents 44 Maryland Press, Henry Kuhn, Manager 

THE 1975-76 MARYLAND BASKETBALL ROSTER 

NO. NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT BIRTH DATE CLASS HOMETOWN 

FORWARDS 

5 John Boyle 6-7 210 12/27/54 Sr. Hyatts\ille, Maryland 

10 Steve Sheppard 6-6 210 3/21/54 Jr. New York, New York 

22 James Tillman 6-4 190 9/26/56 Fr. Washington, D.C. 

42 Pat Hand 6-4 185 6/10/57 Fr. Newport News, Virginia 

GUARD — FORWARD 

15 John Lucas 6-4 170 10/31/53 Sr. Durham, North Carolina 

GUARDS 

21 EricShrader 5-10 155 1/14/57 Fr. Malvern, Pennsylvania 

24 Maurice Howard 6-3 170 8/25/54 Sr. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

30 Brad Davis 6-3 180 12/17/55 So. Monaca, Pennsylvania 

45 Brian Mag-id 6-2 180 2/20/57 Fr. Silver Spring, Maryland 

CENTERS 

32 Larry Gibson 6-10 205 1/14/56 Fr. Baltimore. Maryland 

43 Lawrence Boston 6-8 210 5/18/56 So. Cleveland, Ohio 

44 Chris Patton 6-9 210 3/19/55 So. Bessemer, Alabama 




CHARLES G. LEFTY' DRIESELL 

A. C C COACH OF THE YEAR 
District 3 Coach of the Year - Coach and Athlete Regional Coach of the Year 

Coaching basketball is a way of life for Charles G. 
"Lefty" Driesell and no one works harder at his pro- 
fession than the dynamic Terp mentor. He ranks as one 
of the most successful men in his profession, one of the 
winningest active major college coaches in the nation 
and no active coach has had more teams ranked among 
the nation's top ten. 

Lefty is known and recognized by basketball fans and 
players throughout the nation. He is loved by many and 
hated by many but all respect him for what he has ac- 
complished over the years. 

Few coaches ever produce a Rhodes scholar. Lefty has 
coached two. Charles "Tom McMillen is currently a 
Rhodes Scholar at Oxford and Danny Carrell was 
a Rhodes Scholar from Davidson in 1963. 

While Lefty has been extremely successful in develop- 
ing winning basketball programs even more importantly 
he ranks as the most successful in producing outstanding 
young men who also excel in their future endeavors. 

There are numerous coaches, attorneys, doctors and 
other outstanding professional men who benefited from 
their association with Lefty. Len Elmore became an 
instant millionaire upon graduation from Maryland and 
when Moses Malone indicated his intentions to join the 
professional ranks Lefty made sure the youngster ob- 
tained the security from the professionals he deserved. 
McMillen while continuing his studies at Oxford is also 
playing for Buifalo in the NBA. 

Assistant coaches as well as players benefit from their 
association with Lefty as he has contributed more than 
his share of assistants to head coaching positions through- 
out the nation. 

While his life revolves around the basketball court 
the Terp mentor contributes greatly to the University 
community, the athletes, and his associates through his 
active participation in the academic life of the Univer- 
sity, the charitable organizations of the community, and 
the church. He is a father away from home for his ath- 
letes. Seldom is an awards ceremony held anywhere in 
the Washington Metropolitan Area, on any level of com- 
petition, that a Maryland coach, player or both is not 
present. 

Over the years Lefty has gained a reputation as a 
superior recruiter and he has earned the reputation. 
Such a reputation does not come easy. First he recruits 
the top basketball players in the nation. Second he pro- 
duces the finest college graduates in the nation. Such a 
reputation and continued recruiting successes could not 
be achieved without dedication to the youngsters and 
their future as well as their basketball talents. Those 
that join the Maryland program know that they will 
benefit from excellent coaching, but more importantly, 
know they will leave the University with a bright future 
ahead of them and prepared for that future. The Mary- 
land players are known and respected by the press and 
news media throughout the nation for their outstanding 
post-game interviews. Their outstanding ability to con- 
verse with the media in an intelligent and relaxed man- 
ner is another of the attributes they gain from Lefty. 

The Terp coach is always in close touch with his 
athletes, their professors and family. He often knows 



where they need help before they realize it themselves. 
The athletes are always welcome and often found in his 
home along with assistant coaches and their wives. 

Lefty has always been a winner. While in grammar 
school, Granby, he was a manager for the high school 
athletic teams and became the youngest student ever to 
receive a varsity letter when he was awarded one in the 
fourth grade. 

While at Duke University he was a Dean's List student 
and received his B.A. in Education. He later received 
his Master's in Education from William & Mar)' College 
where he was a member of Kappa Delta Pi Honorary 
Fraternity. 

Lefty started his coaching career as a Junior Varsity 
Coach at Granby High School in Norfolk, Virginia (his 
hometown) and continued on to become the best in his 
profession, in the history of the state, with 59 consecutive 
wins at nearby Newport News High School. 

He then accepted the challenge of collegiate coaching 
and took over a dormant basketball program at David- 
son College. His coaching ability at the collegiate level 
was immediately evident as with the talent on hand, 
he recorded the best record Davidson basketball had 
achieved in five years and in only his second year led 
the Wildcats to their first winning season in 13 years. 
In only his third season Davidson had recorded its first 
20-victory season in 54 years of competition and had 
achieved national prominence. 

After leading Davidson to six 20-victory seasons (4 
teams in top ten) and a 27-3 record in 1969 Lefty ac- 
cepted the challenge of another building program and 
moved on to College Park, Maryland. 



The Terrapins were also in the doldrums suffering 
through three consecutive losing seasons. During 46 
years of competition Mar\-!and had achieved only two 
20-victory seasons and the last of those came in 1958. 

Again Lefty transformed a loser into a winner, taking 
the talent on hand and recording 13-13 and 14-12 sea- 
sons in his first two years. Prior to his arrival the Terps 
had not won more than eight games in two years. 

In only his third season the Terrapins had shocked 
the basketball world with a 27-5 record and a National 
Invitational Tournament Championship. He followed 
that with a 23-7 record and a berth in the NC.\.\ Eastern 
Regional Finals and then a 23-5 season with third or 
fourth place national ranking depending on which poll 
or publication you follow. 

Last Spring the Terps finished 24-5 with a berth in 
the NCAA Midwest Regional Finals and ranked fifth 
in the nation while establishing an AU-Time NCAA 
record for Field Goal Accuracy hitting .547 percent 
of their shots. 

Only a 103-100 overtime loss to NCAA Champion 
North Carolina State in the finals of the 1974 ACC Tour- 
nament prevented Lefty from achieving his goal of each 
season, the National Championship. 

Statistics verify the fact that Lefty is a superior coach. 
Rebounding, free throw shooting, superior field goal 
percentages, a fast break offense and man-to-man de- 
fense are all areas of the game that Lefty stresses along 
with conditioning and his teams have excelled at each. 

In 15 years of coaching at the collegiate level he has 
never had a team that was out-rebounded, and his last 
14 teams have hit better than 70 percent of their free 
throws. 

As is typical with Lefty Driesell coached teams, his 
last two teams at Maryland were nationally ranked in 
scoring, margin of vic.ory, rebounding and field goal 
percentage. While establishing the NCAA record the 
Terps became the sixth Driesell coached team to achieve 
the 50 percent mark in field goal percentage. While 
establishing a Maryland record for scoring with a 89.9 
average per game last year the Terps became Lefty's 
eighth team to score over 80 points a game and the 
tenth to win over 20 games in a season. It was his 



seventh team to rank among the top ten and another 
Maryland team, 1972, ranked eleventh. 

Lefty stresses the man-to-man defense, feeling that 
in order to be a well rounded basketball player, in order 
for a team to win a national championship and 
in order for a team to utilize all of its natural talent 
it is necessary to play the game man-to-man. 

Basketball, especially in the Washington area, has 
benefited from the hard work, dedicadon to the game 
and the success of Driesell as everyone strives to keep up 
with the Terp mentor. 

He leaves nothing to chance, studying film hours at 
a time and is never caught without a projector at home 
or away. He supervises every phase of the program from 
the equipment to ticket sales and the athletes' meals 
in addition to keeping close check on their classroom 
work. 

All of this has contributed to Lefty winning 300 bas- 
ketball games in just 15 years for the third best winning 
percentage in the nation .728. He has won 124 games 
in just six years at Maryland while prior to his arrival 
it took the Terps 10 years to win 100 games. 

Even when Lefty is taking one of his short vacations 
he is where the action is. On July 12 of 1973 while 
surf fishing at Bethany Beach, Delaware around mid- 
night Lefty was credited with helping save the lives of 
at least 10 children and several adults from burning 
buildings in a townhouse complex near the beach. As 
a result of this Lefty was honored with the NCAA Award 
of Valor, becoming the first coach to receive this award. 

Lefty, his attractive wife Joyce and their children 
Patty, Pam, Carolyn and Charles are members of the 
Coles\411e Presbyterian Church and when traveling Lefty 
may be found every Sunday at the nearest church to the 
motel where he is staying. Many of the members of 
the team accompany him to services on the road. Lefty 
was born on Christmas day 1931. 

He is a member of the Branch Rickey Associated 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a member of the Beta 
Gamma Sigma Honoary at Maryland and is listed in 
Marquis' Who's Who in the South and the Directory 
of International Biography. 




Driesell in Hero's Role 




Coach Driessll receives NCAA Honor 
from NCAA Secretary-Treasurer 
Richard Koenig for his life saving 
efforts. 



Lefty Driesell, Maryland's flam- 
boyant basketball coach, earned a 
hero's label on the night of July 12- 
13, 1974 when he and two fishing 
companions saved at least 10 chil- 
dren from a fire which raged 
through four townhouses at Beth- 
any Beach, Delaware. 

"Let's face it, Driesell was a 
hero," said Samuel Meloy, a Prince 
George's County circuit court judge 
who was vacationing and witnessed 
the incident. "There were no in- 
juries, and it was a miracle because 
the firemen didn't come for at least 
30 minutes." 

Driesell modestly tried to play 
down his role. 

"Hey, man, don't build me up 
as any kind of hero," the Terps' 
41-year-old coach begged. "All we 
did was try to get the kids out. It 



was just lucky that we were fishing 
right in front of the houses." 

At least one resident of the burn- 
ing houses didn't appreciate Drle- 
sell's valor at first, Meloy said. Not 
realizing that the house was ablaze, 
a woman ran outside screaming 
about an intruder after Driesell 
broke in the door. 

Equal heorism was demonstrated 
by Driesell's companions: Paul 
Williamson, athletic director for 
Durham, North Carolina, high 
schools, and another man whose 
identity Driesell said he did not 
know. 

The fire occurred In a subdivision 
about four miles from Rehoboth 
Beach where Driesell and his family 
were vacationing. 

—Dick Heller 



"All we did was try to get the kids out" 

— Driesel 



FIFTEEN YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 

Won 300 Lost 112 Pet.— .728 

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 


A.P. Poll 


10th 


Davidson 


1965 


A.P. Poll 


6th 


Davidson 


1968 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Davidson 


1969 


A.P. Poll 


3rd 


Davidson 


1972 


A.P. Poll 


llth 


Maryland 


1973 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Maryland 


1974 


A.P. Poll 


4th 


Maryland 


1975 


A.P. Poll 


5th 


Maryland 



1955-56 Granby High J.V. 

1956-57 Granby High Varsity 

1957-59 Newport News Varsity 

Four Year High School Record: 

(included a 57-game winning streak 
and State Championship) 



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 
1973-74 
1974-75 



Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 



Won 18 
Won 15 
Won 64 
Won 97 



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



Lost 4 
Lost 5 
Lost 6 
Lost 15 



Lost 14 
Lost 11 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 13 
Lost 12 
Lost 5 
Lost 7 
Lost 5 
Lost 5 



7 
4 
2 
7 
12 
5 
3 



COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING STATISTICS 
Shooting 



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 
1973-74 
1974-75 



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 
1,983 
1,918 



FGM 

571 

617 

792 

894 

908 

877 

76 

885 

984 

781 

735 

929 

1,089 

1,012 

1,049 



PCT 

.432 
.437 
.485 
.543 
.509 
.512 
.466 
.494 
.467 
.457 
.445 
.495 
.520 
.510 
.547 



FTA 

596 
679 
641 
722 
672 
739 
709 
795 
886 
586 
715 
786 
606 
504 
672 



FTM 

407 
493 
477 
534 
484 
563 
537 
562 
645 
417 
480 
586 
435 
376 
509 



PCT 

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



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 
48.9 
43.5 



Rebounds 
0pp. 

AVG 

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 
38.1 
34.5 



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 
85.7 
89.9 



Scoring 
0pp. 

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 
69.0 
74.6 



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



L 

14 

11 

7 

4 

2 

7 

12 

5 

3 

13 

12 

5 

7 

5 

5 



COACH DRIESELL'S 
OFFENSIVE PHILOSOPHY 



LEFTY'S ALL-TIME OFFENSIVE TEAM 



My offensive philosophy as a junior high school coach, 
high school coach and college coach has always been the 
same. We run a pro oriented offense which features a fast 
break and strong inside game. We try to get the highest 
percentage shot possible and never take a shot at the basket 
from outside unless we have 3 to 4 people in position to go 
to the offensive boards. 

Our first objective is to create a fast break situation on 
defense by 1) making our opponents turn the ball over, 2) 
getting a rebound and throwing the outlet pass quickly, 3) 
getting the ball in quickly after a made basket or free throw 
and advancing it up the court and getting an overload on 
transition. We have always been a fast breaking, high 
scoring, offensive team. 

If we are not successful in scoring on our "fast break 
offense" after a steal, rebound, or basket then we will go to 
our set offense which has always been inside oriented and 
in the past we have primarily run a double low post offense. 
However, at times we have run a stack offense using three 
inside men as we did in 73—74 with Tom McMillen, Len 
Elmore, and Owen Brown or Tom Roy in the line up. 
Again it is my philosophy that the more shots that we get 
in the free throw lane area the higher percentage we will 
shoot and the more fouls we will force our opponent into 
committing. Therefore our offense is predicated to getting 
the baU to the big men inside and as you can see we have 
had four legitimate AU-American pivot men in Fred Hetzel 
(Davidson 1963), Mike Maloy (Davidson 1970), Len 
Elmore (Maryland, 1974) and Tom McMillen (Maryland, 
1974). However, if our opponents jam inside we must have 
excellent outside shooting wing men and point men. Dick 
Snyder (Davidson 1966) has been our all time leading 
scorer for 1 season average 27.8 points per game his senior 
year and John Lucas has been our all time leading point 
man averaging 20 points per game. Both of these men were 
also legitimate All-Americans. 

Our philosophy has always been that you must get 
everyone involved in the offense and you must have good 
movement of the baO and again get as many high per- 
centage shots as we can in the free throw lane area either 
with our fast break or double low post or stack offense. 

Our offense has produced 5 teams that shot over 50% 
from the floor, 2 that shot 49% and one 48%. 

We feel our offense is exciting, disciplined and similar to 
what our athletes will play in the pros. 



Fred Hetzel 6'9" 
Mike Maloy 6'8 " 
Len Elmore 6'9" 



Dick Snyder 6'5" 
Jerry Kroll 6'3" 
John Lucas 6'4" 




Tom McMillen 6'11" 
Doug Cook 6'6" 
Bill Jarman 6'6" 



Terry Holland 6'7" 
Jim O'Brien 67" 



John Lucas 6'4" 
Dave Moser 6'1" 
Howard White 6'1" 
Brad Davis 6'3" 



#5 Men 

Mike Maloy 6'8" Davidson '70 24.6 pts— 14.3 rebs, 2nd 
team All-American 1st Round Pro Pick, No Cut contract 
Len Elmore 6'9" Maryland 73 14.6 pts— 14.7 rebs, 2nd 
team All-American 1st Round ABA and NBA Pro Pick, 
No Cut contract 

Fred Hetzel 6'9" Davidson '65 27.3 pts— 14.8 rebs, 1st 
team All-American 1st Round Pro Pick (2,032) career 
pts #1 All time scorer, No Cut contract 

#4 Men 

Bill Jarman 6'6" Davidson '63 21.5 pts— 11.1 rebs 

Tom McMillen 6'11" Maryland '73 21.2 pts— 10 rebs, 

2nd Team All-American 1st Round ABA and NBA Pro 

Pick 

Doug Cook Davidson '70 All Conference, 2nd Round 

NBA Draft Pick, No Cut contract 14.6 pts per game — 

9.6 rebs 



#3 Men 



rebs 
6th 



Terry Holland 67" Davidson '64 15.7 pts— 10.0 
Jim O'Brien 67" Maryland '73 16.6 pts— 7.8 rebs, 
All Time Maryland scorer. No Cut contract, 1974 ABA 
Champs NY Nets 

#2 Men 

Dick Snyder 6'5" Davidson '66 27.8 pts— 9.2 rebs 1st 
Team All-American 1st Round Pro Pick 1,662 pts #2 
All Davidson scorer. No Cut contract 

#lMen 

John Lucas 6'4" Maryland '76 1,458 pts All-American 
Dave Moser 6'1" Davidson '69 All Conference and start- 
ing point man (3 years) 

Howard White 6'1" Maryland '72 15.6 pts Presently 
Maryland Assistant Coach 

Brad Davis 6'3" Maryland '78, 134 assists and 364 pts 
as a freshman 



COACH DRIESELL'S 
DEFENSIVE PHILOSOPHY 



Throughout my coaching career as a junior varsity, high 
school and college coach I have always believed very 
strongly that I should teach my athletes to play hard nose 
man for man defense. This has always been our style of 
defense and if there is one thing that I strongly beUeve it is 
that your team is only as good as you are defensively. Our 
1973-74 (ranked 4th in the nation) team for example held 
our opponents to a field goal percentage of 39.9 percent for 
the year. I think we were able to accomplish this because 
we carried out our philosophy on defense which is not to 
allow our opponents any shots in the free throw lane area 
and to force them to shoot outside with pressure on them 
and to do an excellent job of blocking out and not allow 
any second shots. 

We like to overplay our man one pass from the ball and 
force our opponents out of their offensive patterns. We do 
a lot of sagging and helping when we are two passes from 
the ball. We have had some great defensive centers such as 
Len Elmore, Mike Maloy and Fred Hetzel who have done 
an excellent job of blocking shots and protecting the basket 
for us. We have also had some great defensive forwards such 
as Dick Snyder, who during his senior year held three 
opponents who were averaging over 20 points a game to 1 
point, 2 points, and points. 

We believe that we must dictate to the offensive man 
and team and not let them do what they want to do. How- 
ever, our philosophy is that if a players man scores a lay up 
on him, it is his fault and responsibility. However, if he 
shoots outside and we have pressure on him and he makes 
the basket it is my (coaches) fault and responsibility. We 
like to look at our shot charts at the end of a ball game and 
see how few layups and shots in the free throw lane area 
that we have allowed our opponents. Normally, if we do 
not give many shots or baskets inside we will come out on 
top. 

In order to have diversity we will also play a half court 
trap defense that we call our "Golash" defense and we will 
also play some type of zone each year for opponents that 
we feel are particularly weak against zones or for use at the 
end of a close ball game. 

We wUl also have fuU court man for man and zone 
presses in case we fall behind and feel that we must press in 
order to catch up. However, our money defense is our 
straight man for man defense and our "top ten" teams in 
the past have been very tough and aggressive on defense. 

Another strong reason for using a man for man defense 
is because we want to prepare our athletes for professional 
basketball. 



LEFTY'S ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE TEAM 



Don Davidson 6'5" 
Dick Snyder 6'5" 



Len Elmore 6'9" 
Fred Hetzel 69 " -^ 
Mike Maloy 6'8" 




D. G. Martin 63" 
Doug Cook 6'6" 



Mo Howard 6'3" 
Bob Bodell 6'4" 



Wayne Huckel 6'3" 
Barry league 6'2" 



Centers 

Len Elmore 6'9" Maryland 74 
Fred Hetzel 6'9" Davidson '63 
Mike Maloy 6'8" Davidson 70 
Tom Roy 6'9" Maryland 75 

Forwards 

D. G. Martin 6'3" Davidson '62 
Doug Cook 6'6" Davidson 70 
Don Davidson 6'5" Davidson '65 

Gtiards 

Mo Howard 6'3" Maryland '75 
Bob Bodell 6'4" Maryland '72 
Wayne Huckel 6'3" Davidson '70 
Barry Teague 6'2" Davidson '65 



ASSISTANT COACH 

JOE HARRINGTON 



Joe Harrington has been an important part of Mary- 
land basketball for the past twelve years. While an All- 
American at Morse High in Bath, Maine he selected the 
University to continue his education while also playing 
basketball in the highly competitive Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference. During his playing career he served as Co- 
Captain of the Terps and was drafted by the World 
Champion Boston Celtics upon graduation. 

When Lefty Driesell was named Coach of the Terra- 
pins he hired Joe as an assistant, and the handsome Terp 
has developed into one of the finest young assistants in 
the nation. "Joe has been with me since my first day 
at Maryland and is extremely capable," says Coach Drie- 
sell. "With his experience in all phases of the Maryland 
program, I believe he has an excellent future in the 
coaching profession." 

Harrington, who played in the pre-Driesell era, has 
made many contributions towards establishing a tradition 
of winning and nationally ranked teams. 

Coach Harrington is married to the former Ann Schop- 
fer, a graduate of the University of Maryland and also 
the University of Maryland Law School. 





ASSISTANT COACH 

DAVE PRITCHETT 



Dave Pritchett joined Coach Driesell at the University 
of Maryland as one of the most sought after assistant 
coaches in the nation. 

Every program Pritchett has ever been associated with 
moved to the top with 20 game winning seasons within 
two years after his arrival on the scene. He is widely 
known and respected for his organizational ability and 
rappiort with the players and staff. 

Coach Pritchett came to Maryland from Boston College 
where he served as the top varsity assistant for two years. 
Before Boston College, he served as an assistant at Blue- 
field State College and Virginia Commonwealth Uni- 
versity. His Bluefield State freshmen earned the distinc- 
tion of being the only undefeated team in its history. 

"The most forming day in my life was when Coach 
Driesell called and gave me a chance to be associated 
with him at the University of Maryland," says Pritchett. 
"He without question possesses the finest basketball mind 
in the game today and is the outstanding basketball man 
of our times. I have always wanted to study under such 
a person, who through his thousands of hours of study- 
ing films and constant clinic study is so very talented 
on the floor." 

Coach Pritchett and his wife Judith Ann have three 
sons Roger, David, and Charles. 



ASSISTANT COACH 

HOWARD WHITE 

Howard White, a native of Hampton, Virginia, was 
one of Coach Lefty Driesell's first recruits at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland and it was only fitting that he should 
stay on and serve as an assistant coach to the Terp 
mentor. 

One of the finest guards to ever play at Maryland was 
a student of the game as a player and this has contributed 
greatly to his success as a coach. 

He works with some of the finest guards in the nation 
and is extremely valuable to the Maryland basketball 
program both on and off the court. 

He has been called "one of the best rising young 
coaches in the profession" and credits Coach Driesell 
for his success both as a player and coach. 

"My experience under Coach Driesell will be inval- 
uable to my future endeavors whatever they may be," 
says White. "My years here at Maryland have enlight- 
ened my life and shed a great deal of worldiness on 
basketball and on life itself." 







MANAGERS 

JOHN PAVLOS 
TIM CONBOY 



TRAINER 

JOHN J. BUSH 



John J. Bush is one of the finest young trainers in 
the nation. He serves as the basketball trainer for the 
Terrapins and also assists Head Trainer Bill "Spider" 
Fry with the football program. 

He is a graduate of Florida State University, 1969, 
and served 26 months as a First Lieutenant with the 
Rangers before joining the Terrapins. 

His hobby is flying and he holds a Private Pilot's 
License. 



John Pavlos is entering his third year as head student 
manager for Coach DrieselPs Terrapins. As team mana- 
ger, he serves as the coach's right hand man doing all 
the little things that make a successful program run 
smoothly. His responsibilities vary from checking the 
air pressure in the practice balls, to keeping the "Coach's 
Bible", the team's efficiency rating sheet, to running 
errands for the coaching staff. 

John is a native of Timonium, Maryland where he 
attended Dulaney High School. During his three years 
there he served as head manager for the football, basket- 
ball and baseball teams. At Maryland, John is enrolled 
in the School of Radio, Television and Films, with his 
career plans in radio or TV announcing. 

This year John has an assistant for the first time since 
he started working for Coach Driesell. Tim Conboy is 
working with John assisting him with many of the daily 
duties that need to be done. 



THM DRKSMU £RA AT MARYLAND 



When Lefty Driesell took over the basketball program 
at the University of Maryland the Terrapins had suffered 
through two consecutive eight-victory seasons and had 
won only 123 games in 11 years. The record for the 
11 year period was 123-47. 

Lefty is entering his seventh season with a 124-47 
record and his last four teams have won 23 or more 
games. 

The Terps broke even at 13-13 in his first season and 
were 14-12 in his second year. Consecutive 20-victory 
seasons of 27-5, 23-7, 23-5 and 24-5 followed. 

In addition to establishing records on the court the 
Terps have broken all attendance records with capacity 
crowds commonplace at Cole Field House. 

Under Driesell's tutelage the Terps have won a Na- 
tional Championship, the National Invitational Tourna- 
ment, gained the finals of the NCAA Eastern Regionals 
and the NCAA Midwest Regionals with three consecutive 
teams ranked among the Nation's top ten. 




Lafty with the Nations #1 
fan. President Gerald Ford 



HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DRIESELL ERA. 



1969-70 14 



26 



1970-71 15 



26 



1971-72 14 



32 



1971-72 Started string of 31 consecutive wins over Non- 
ACC Opponents. Streak ended in Finals of 
NCAA Regional Tournament vs Providence 
in 1973. 

1971-72 Started string of 14 consecutive wins in NIT 
(4) and included first 10 games of 1972-73 
season. 

1971-72 Won National Invitational Tournament with 
wins over St. Josephs Syracuse, Jacksonville 
and Niagara. Defeated Niagara 100-69 in 
championship game. 

1972-73 Defeated Syracuse 91-75 in Eastern Regionals 
and lost to Providence 103-89 in Eastern Re- 
gional Championship game. 

1974-75 Named ACC Coach of the Year by ACC Sports- 
writers Association. 

Defeated Crelghton and Notre Dame in Mid- 
west Regionals before losing to Louisville in 





(Attendance) 




Home Games 


138,600 


1972-73 13 Home Games 


172,828 


Average 


9.900 


Average 


13,294 


Games 


221.153 


30 Games 


340,964 


Average 


8,506 


Average 


11,365 


Home Games 


180.842 


1973-74 13 Home Games 


157,357 


Average 


, 12.056 
' 273,553 


Average 


12,104 


Games 


28 Games 


288.764 


Average 


10.521 


Average 


10,313 


Home Games 


184,323 


1974-75 14 Home Games 


187.971 


Average 


13,166 


Average 


13,427 


Games 


352,436 


29 Games 


314.341 


Average 


11,014 


Average 


10,839 



Midwest Championship game. 
Won the ACC Regular season title with a 10-2 
league record and the first Maryland team and 
only the second ever to sweep all four games 
in North Carolina against the four ACC teams. 
Established the Ail-Time NCAA Record for 
field goal percentage with a .547 percentage. 
In six years at Maryland has produced All- 
Americans in Tom McMillen, Len Elmore and 
John Lucas. Last year had Lucas as a consen- 
sus Ail-American and two other guards Brad 
Davis and Mo Howard on the Honorable Men- 
tion lists. 
OVERALL: Has produced record breakers for nearly every 
Maryland record and several in consecutive 
years. Records include Individual Career 
marks, Team marks for scoring, and accuracy, 
rebounding marks. 




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Lawrence 
Boston 

Sophomore 

6' 8", 210 lbs. 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Lawrence Boston transferred to Maryland from Vincennes 
Junior College after just one year at that JC powerhouse. 
Entering Maryland as a sophomore gives Coach Lefty Driesell 
three seasons to enjoy the services of the 6-8, 215 forward- 
center who was one of the most sought after big men two years 
ago when he graduated from John F. Kennedy High School. 
While at Vincennes, Lawrence averaged 12 points per game 
and 10.7 rebounds leading the team to a 29-5 record. He also 
shot 54 percent from the field and 78 percent from the line. 
During his senior year at John F. Kennedy High School he 
averaged 25 points, 18 rebounds and seven blocked shots per 
game. In the Maryland pre-season games, Lawrence averaged 
17 points and collected a total of 64 rebounds. While playing 
in the Salisbury scrimmage he hit on 14 of 18 shots from 
the floor. 

Lawrence is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and while playing 
for Coach Jim Chambers at Kennedy High, he earned All 
American honors. In 1974 he played for the Ohio All Stars 
in the Dapper Dan Classic in Cleveland, Ohio. Lists Muham- 
mad Ali as his favorite sport figure. 





Men L. Bradiield 
Vincennes J. C. 



1974-75 VINCENNES JUNIOR COLLEGE 

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5 



John 
Boyle 

Senior 

6' r\ 210 lbs. 

Hyattsville, Md. 



John Boyle is entering his third year as a member of the 
Terrapins basketball team. Came to Maryland from Gonzaga 
High School and made the team after a series of try-outs dur- 
ing his sophomore year. He played in 18 games last season 
as a reserve. In last year's Intercontinental Cup Games in 
Mexico City, John came off the bench in the Real Madrid 
game to help insure the 99-87 win. He was a member of the 
First Team Sigma Chi Fraternity All American squad last 
season. John is majoring in Business Marketing. 

John is a native of Hyattsxdlle, Maryland. While playing 
for Gonzaga High School, he averaged 16 points and 10 re- 
bounds per game. In addition to his basketball career, he was 
also an outstanding player for the Gonzaga football team 
winning All Metro honors his senior year. 





Mr. and Mrs. George Ginovsky 




Richard Ham 
Gonzaga High School 





GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


Sophomore 
Junior 


13 
18 


1 
3 


5 
9 


.200 
.333 



2 



5 



PCT 



.400 



REB 
9 
13 



PF-DSQ 

7-0 

4 



PTS 

2 

8 



AVG 

0.2 

0.4 



12 



30 



Brad 
Davis 

Sophomore 

6' 3", 180 lbs. 

Monaca, Pa. 



Brad Davis was inserted into the Terp lineup last season 
after John Lucas had broken his collarbone. His passing, 
dribbling, shooting, and outstanding play forced Coach Drie- 
sell to use a three guard offense when Lucas came back because 
Brad was too good to sit down. As a freshman, he was named 
second team All ACC and was a member of the All Freshmen 
All American team. He led the Terrapins in assists last year 
with 134, many coming on passes that both thrilled and 
dazzled the fans and the opponents. Brad finished the 74-75 
season with a 12.6 scoring average. Three times during the 
season he topped the twenty point mark with performances 
of 20 (Clemson), 22 (Duquesne) and a career high of 24 
points against Virginia. During the pre-season scrimmages. 
Brad has averaged 23 points per game at the point position. 

Brad attended Monaca High School and averaged 27 points 
his senior year. During his three year career, he scored 1,209 
points leading his team to a record of 64-11. Twice he was 
selected to the All State team. He was selected MVP in 
the Dapper Dan Classic playing against Maryland teammate 
Lawrence Boston. In addition to the Dapper Dan Classic, 
Brad also played in the Quiley Classic. 

Brad is a native of Monaca, Pennsylvania. In addition to 
his ability on the basketball court. Brad is an outstanding 
baseball player having been selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates 
in the 1974 spring draft. Brad's older brother, Mickey plays 
for the Milwaukee Bucks, and his younger brother Scott is a 
starter for Monaca Junior High. 






David Nichol 
Monaca High 





Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis 




















GAMES FGM PGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REB 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


29 141 243 


.580 


82 


100 


82.0 


95 


90-7 


364 


12.6 



13 



32 



Larry 
Gibson 

Freshman 

6' 10 ', 205 lbs. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Larry Gibson joins the Terrapins after an outstanding career 
at Dunbar High School in Baltimore. During his three years 
as a starter in high school, he led his team to an impressive 
64-4 record with one of those wins coming over an Adrian 
Dantley led DeMatha High School. He averaged 18 points 
and 20 rebounds for his career and during his senior year 
he averaged 24 points while pulling down 20 rebounds per 
game. In the six pre-season games, including the game v^dth 
the Soviet National Team, Larry averaged 18.5 points and 
13.0 rebounds, with his 78 grabs being high for the team. 
His honors include several All American team selections, and 
participation in the Dapper Dan Classic last spring. 

At 6-10 he is the tallest man on the 1975-76 squad and the 
tallest to play for Maryland since the McMillen-Elmore era. 
(Expected to start in the opening game, he will give the Terps 
the necessary heighth to be able to play with the three guard 
offense. ) 

Larry is a native of Baltimore and lists tropical fish and 
tennis as his hobbies. 



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1974-75 ALL-AMERICAN 
DUNBAR HIGH, BALTIMORE, MD. 



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24 



Maurice 
Howard 

Senior 

6' 3", 170 lbs. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 



Maurice "Mo" Howard is a member of the Terrapin back- 
court that many consider to be the best in the country. Mo 
came to Maryland as "Player of the Year" in the Philadelphia 
area. While attending St. Joseph's Prep, he won All American 
honors being selected by Parade Magazine and Scholastic 
Coach. He was presented the Herb Good Award for being 
the Catholic League "Player of the Year" and the Markward 
Award symbolizing the "Outstanding Player" in the Phila- 
delphia area. Since arriving at Maryland, Mo has received 
all ACC honors and been an Honorable Mention All American 
on several teams. In the 29 games that he played in last season, 
Mo averaged 13.4 fX)ints per game, giving him 785 points for 
his three years, and making it possible for him to become the 
tenth player in Maryland history to break the one thousand 
point mark. His best offensive game last year was against 
N.C. State when he scored a career high 29 points. He also 
broke the 20 point mark against Wake Forest (26) and against 
Long Island (24). 

Mo is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he played 
basketball at St. Joseph's High School. His parents, Katheren 
and Eddie, together have not missed a Terrapin basketball 
game since Mo entered school. 










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GAMES 




FGM 


1 FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


29 




36 


89 


.404 


11 


19 


.579 


19 


31-1 


81 


2.8 


Sophomore 


26 




136 


246 


.246 


44 


56 


.786 


81 


67-2 


316 


12.2 


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20 




162 


287 


.565 


64 


88 


.727 


77 


94-3 


388 


13.4 



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John 
Lucas 

Senior 

6' 4 ', 170 lbs. 

Durham, N.C. 



John Lucas is returning for his senior year with the Terra- 
pins as a two time All American. Considered by many last year 
to be one of the best guards in the nation, John found himself 
playing most of the season at the forward spot. Among his 
many honors during his career have been spots on the first 
team All ACC and first team All ACC Tournament. 

He has been selected Most Valuable Player in the Cable Car 
Classic, the World University Games held in Puerto Rico and 
the Intercontinental Cup Games held in Mexico City. John 
was the leading scorer for the Terrapins last year despite miss- 
ing five games as a result of breaking his collarbone. He 
scored 469 points in 24 games for a j>er game average of 19.5 
points. He also led the team in free throw percentage shooting 
.836% from the line. Lucas is currently second on the all time 
scoring list in Maryland basketball history with L458 points: 
this is only 349 points behind Tom McMillen. John twice 
topped the thirty point total last year with 30 and 31 point 
performances against N.C. State and North Carolina respec- 
tively, and on ten occasions scored more than 20 jxiints. In 
addition to his basketball ability, John has also starred for 
the Maryland tennis team, plapng number one man for the 
last three years. Twice he has won ACC tennis championships, 
once with Fred Winckelmann as they won the doubles com- 
petition in 1973 and once by himself winning the singles 
competition in 1974. 

John is a native of Durham, North Carolina where he played 
basketball and tennis for Carl Easterling at Hillside High 
School. 







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PCT 


FTM 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


REBS 


PF-DSQ 


PTS 


AVG 


Freshman 


30 




190 


353 


.538 


45 


64 


.703 


83 


66-2 


425 


14.2 


Sophomore 


28 




253 


495 


.511 


58 


77 


.753 


82 


73-2 


564 


20.1 


Juni 


or 


24 




186 


339 


.549 


97 


116 


.836 


100 


60-0 


469 


19.5 



16 



45 



Brian 
Magid 

Freshman 

6' T, 180 lbs. 

Silver Spring, Md. 



Brian Mag;id came to Man-land after an outstanding high 
school career at nearby MontgomerT,- Blair High School. While 
at Blair, he led his team to the Manland State Basketball 
Tournament and to a victor)- over Du\'al High School for the 
title. For his efforts in the championship game, Brian was 
selected M\'T in the State Championship Tournament. In 
addition to that honor, he was selected first team All-State 
and listed as one of the top 100 prep players in the country. 
During his high school career. Brian was known for his 20 foot 
fade away jumpers that Coach Left}- Driesell hopes will ruin 
any zone th^o\^TL up against the Terps this season. During 
the summer, Brian played in the AAU National Tournament 
in New Orleans for the Executive III team of Washington. 
They won their first game against the host New Orleans team 
before losing to the New York team. In addition to that play, 
Brian was a member of the U.S. All Star team that played 
in the Metro Classic. Playing five of Mar)-land"s pre-season 
scrimmages, Brian averaged 13 points for each contest while 
playing at the No. 2 position. 

Brian is a native of Silver Spring, Maryland. In addition 
to his plapng basketball for 5lontgomer)- Blair, he played 
baseball one year. He lists music as his hobby and gives credit 
to his parents for the encouragement during his high school 
days to continue playing basketball. 




Mr. and Mrs 





Gene Doane 
Montgomery Blair 



1974-75 FIRST TEAM ALL -STATE 
MONTGOMERY BLAIR H. S., SILVER SPRING, MD. 



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44 



Chris 
Patton 

Sophomore 
6' 9", 210 lbs. 
Bessemer^ Ala. 



Chris Patton is one of the three big men on the Terrapin 
squad this year and will be counted on heavily to provide the 
rebounding the inside scoring needed for the Terrapins' offense 
to go. Chris came to Maryland last year as one of the most 
sought after "big men" in the country. While attending St. 
Francis High School in Athol Springs, New York, Chris aver- 
aged 28 points and 19 rebounds per game. He won all league 
honors three years in a row while in high school and was 
selected All State in New York. Additional honors include 
being named to Parade Magazine's All-American team and 
being selected "High School Player of the Year" in New York 
for smaller high schools. Last season Chris was hampered by 
a knee injury and played in only 19 games. During that time 
he averaged over 4.5 points a game, with his best performance 
of the year coming in the DePauw game where he scored 23 
points and grabbed 10 rebounds. 







Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Patton 










GAMES FGM FGA 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


Freshman 


19 34 64 


22 


30 


.733 




Bob Torgalski 
St. Francis High 



REB PF-DSQ PTS AVG 

54 23 90 4.7 



18 



10 



Steve 
Sheppard 

Junior 
6' 6", 210 lbs. 
New York, N.Y. 



Steve Sheppard, known to his teammates as "Bear", is start- 
ing his second season of play for the Maryland Terrapins and 
is being counted hea\'ily on to provide the necessary leader- 
ship and muscle for the Terps on the front line. "Bear" en- 
rolled at Maryland in the fall of 1973 with ver)' impressive 
credentials but was forced to sit out his freshman year for 
academic reasons. Steve was named ''Player of the Year" for 
the City of New York his senior year in high school and re- 
ceived the ''Iron Horse" Award as a symbol of that honor. 
He was the MVP in the Kutcher's All American game, in the 
Public-Catholic League All Star Game and the New Jersey- 
New York All Star Game. He is exceptionally strong and 
plays bigger than his 6-6 height. Seven times last season he 
led the team in rebounding and finished the year with 217, 
placing him third on the team behind departed Tom Roy and 
Owen Brown. ' In last year's game with Wake Forest, Bear 
pulled down a career high 16 rebounds and on six other 
occasions he pulled down 10 or more miscues. Offensively 
his career high is 27 points vs Duquesne. In the pre-season 
game with the Russian National Team, Steve was the leading 
rebounder for both teams with 15 grabs. In Coach Driesell's 
pro type offense Steve will be seeing action at the small and 
big forward spots. 

Steve is a native of New York City. He played his high 
school basketball at DeWitt Clinton H.S. where his team won 
two New York City Championships. 



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GAMES 


FGM 


FGA 


PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


PCT 


Sophomore 


29 


166 


320 


.519 


84 


118 


.712 



John Wyles 
DeWitt Clinton High 



REB PF-DSQ PTS AVG 
217 62 416 14.3 



19 



21 



Eric 
Shrader 

Freshman 

5' 10", 155 lbs. 

Malvern, Pa. 



Eric Shrader is the smallest player on the Maryland squad 
this season. He came to Maryland after an outstanding career 
both academically and athletically at Great Valley High in 
Malvern, Pennsylvania. Eric was a straight "A" student at 
Great Valley as well as being the first player in the school's 
history to score more than 1,000 points. During his three years 
as a starting player for Coach Richard Delaney, he scored 1,226 
poins, averaging 12 as a sophomore, 21 as a junior and 20 
his last season. Playing in five of Maryland's pre-season games, 
Eric averaged 11 points per game playing at the point position. 

Eric is enrolled in the Pre-Med program at Maryland. While 
in high school, he was an active member of the National Honor 
Society and a finalist for a National Merit Scholarship. His 
father Bill played with Coach Driesell at Duke. Eric lists 
reading and music as his hobbies. His younger brother, Mark, 
played with Eric last year and averaged 12 points, the same 
as his brother when he was a sophomore. 




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Great Valley High School 



1974-75 GREAT VALLEY H. S. 
MALVERN, PA. 



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22 



James 
Tillman 

Freshman 

6' 4", 190 lbs. 

Washington, D.C. 



James Tillman comes to Maryland after an outstanding prep 
career at Eastern High School in nearby Washington. While 
playing at Eastern, he averaged 21.3 points per game but was 
more impressive as a rebounder and defensive player. "Turk" 
was the only player to start for Eastern's number one ranked 
teams in 73-74 and 74-75. An outstanding leaper, Turk will 
be playing the wing position in Coach Driesell's offensive 
pattern. He was selected the MVP in the Capital Classic after 
scoring 24 points. In the pre-season scrimmages, Turk averaged 
23 points and' 8 rebounds. 





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Eastern High 



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WASHINGTON, D. C 



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Pat Hand 

6'4", 185 
Newport News, Va. 
Freshman 



Pat Hand: joined the Maryland squad after 
proving his ability at the try-outs held by Coach 
Driesell at the beginning of practice. A graduate 
of Warwick High School in Newport News, Vir- 
ginia. During the pre-season games he played in 
a reserve role but was able to average slightly 
over two points per contest. Pat played forward 
for Warwick and his coach was Billy Taylor. 
While at Warwick Pat was a member of the Nat- 
ional Honor Society. 




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GP 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCX 


FTM FTA 


.PCT 


REBOUNDS 


ASSIST 


PF-DSQ 


POINTS 


AVERAGE 


John Lucas 


24 


186 


359 


.549 


97 116 


.836 


100(4.2) 


91 


60 


469 


19.5 


Owen Brown 


29 


184 


359 


.513 


63 76 


.829 


206(7.8) 


31 


80-1 


431 


14.9 


Steve Sheppard 


29 


166 


320 


.519 


84 118 


.712 


217(7.5) 


25 


62 


416 


14.3 


Maurice Howard 


29 


162 


287 


.565 


64 88 


.727 


77 


65 


94-3 


388 


13.4 


Brad Davis 


29 


141 


243 


.580 


82 100 


.820 


95 


134 


90-7 


364 


12.6 


Tom Roy 


29 


129 


213 


.606 


62 90 


.689 


321(11.1) 


30 


91-7 


320 


11.0 


Chris Patton 


19 


34 


64 


.531 


22 30 


.733 


54 


3 


23 


90 


4.7 


John Newsome 


23 


19 


40 


.487 


21 27 


.778 


49 


3 


16 


59 


2.6 


Bill Hahn 


22 


23 


41 


.561 


12 22 


.546 


15 


30 


15 


58 


2.6 


John Boyle 


18 


3 


9 


.333 


2 5 


.400 


13 





4 


8 


0.4 


Others 




2 


3 




Team Reb 
Dead Ball Reb 




4 
90 

44 


1 




4 




Maryland 


29 


1049 


1918 


.547 


509 672 


.757 


1261(43.5) 


413 


535-18 


2607 


89.9 


Opponents 


29 


916 


2075 


.441 


331 477 

Team Reb 

Dead Ball Reb 


.694 


999(34.5) 
75 
43 


355 


634-28 


2163 


74.6 



ATTENDANCE FOR 1974-75 

Games Total Average 



Home 


14 


187,971 


13,427 


Away 


15 


126,370 


8,425 


Total 


29 


314,341 


10,839 



1974-75 RESULTS 



MD. 


OPPONENT 




ATTENDANCE 






MD. HIGH SCORER 




MD. 


HIGH REBOUNDER 


106 


Richmond 


81 


12,147 


(H) 




17 


Lucas 






14 


Roy 


99 


Wake Forest 


78 


8,200 


(A) 


*SelIout 


27 


Brown 


26 


Howard 


16 


Sheppard 


99 


Long Island 


84 


14,312 


(H) 




24 


Howard 


- Sheppard 


12 


Sheppard 


104 


Georgetown 


71 


5,623 


(A) 




19 


Brown 


18 


Sheppard 


10 


Roy-Brawn 


113 


Depauw 


49 


11,088 


(H) 




23 


Patton 


19 


Roy 


15 


Roy 


81 


George Washington 


67 


3,161 


(A) 




21 


Roy 


16 


Brown 


17 


Roy 


105 


Georgia Tech 


67 


14,500 


(H) 


*Sellout 


26 


Sheppard 


18 


Lucas 


10 


Sheppard 


75 


UCLA 


81 


14,500 


(H) 


*Sellout 


20 


Sheppard 


18 


Brown 


10 


Brown 


96 


Appalachian State 


50 


10,312 


(H) 




27 


Lucas 


16 


Brown 


11 


Roy-Sheppard 


66 


North Carolina 


82 


14,500 


(H) 


* Sellout 


23 


Lucas 


22 


Brown 


18 


Roy 


83 


Duke 


77 


14,500 


(H) 


* Sellout 


22 


Lucas 


17 


Brown 


9 


Sheppard-Davis 


89 


Wake Forest 


73 


13,612 


(H) 


**Sellout 


19 


Howard 


17 


Davis 


12 


Brown 


103 


N.C. State 


85 


14,500 


(H) 


* Sellout 


30 


Lucas 


18 


Howard 


7 


Roy 


87 


Navy 


73 


6,412 


(A) 




20 


Lucas 


11 


Sheppard 


13 


Roy 


90 


Notre Dame 


69 


14,500 


(H) 


t*Sellout 


17 


Sheppard 


16 


Howard 


8 


Roy-Brown 


82 


Clemson 


83 


11,800 


(A) 


♦Sellout 


17 


Lucas 






9 


Roy 


98 


N.C. State 


97 


12.400 


(A) 


*Sellout 


29 


Howard 


23 


Brown 


12 


Roy 10 Brown 


86 


Virginia 


79 


10,500 


(H) 


ttSellout 


25 


Lucas 


24 


Davis 


11 


Roy 


65 


Fordham 


46 


8,240 


(A) 




16 


Lucas 


14 


Sheppard 


8 


Roy-Sheppard 


104 


Duke 


80 


8,200 


(A) 








19 


Sheppard 


7 


Roy-Sheppard-Lucas 


96 


North Carolina 


74 


8,800 


(A) 


♦Sellout 


31 


Lucas 


21 


Sheppard 


11 


Roy 


70 


Virginia 


51 


8.250 


(A) 


♦Sellout 


18 


Lucas 


17 


Brown 


16 


Roy 


103 


Duquesne 


82 


10,042 


(A) 




27 


Sheppard 


22 


Davis 


14 


Roy 


70 


Clemson 


64 


14,500 


(H) 


♦Sellout 


20 


Davis 


18 


Brown 


12 


Roy-Brown 


104 


East Tennessee 


87 


14,500 


(H) 


♦Sellout 


21 


Lucas 


18 


Davis 


10 


Roy 



i 



85 N.C. State 



87 15,633 (N) 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

♦Sellout 23 Lucas 18 Davis 



12 Roy 



83 Creighton 
83 Notre Dame 
82 Louisville 



79 7,100 (N) 
71 6.800 (N) 
96 5,700 (N) 



* Sellouts 
♦♦TV and No Shows 
t^ Record Crowd 
tt No Shows with TV and Snow Storm 



NCAA TOURNAMENT 

19 Lucas 
24 Lucas 
27 Lucas 



11 

9 

20 



Brown 
Brown 
Roy 



« 



24 



CAREER STATISTICS OF JOHN LUCAS AND MO HOWARD 



1972-73 




1973-74 




1974-75 




Opponent 


John Lucas 


Opponent 


John Lucas 


Opponent 


John Lucas 


Brown 


19(4) 


UCLA 


7(6) 


Richmond 


17(1) 


Richmond 


14(1) 


E. Kentucky 


24(1) 


Wake Forest 


XX 


Canisius 


15(4) 


Georgetown 


28 (2) 


Long Island 


XX 


Georgetown 


10(3) 


San Francisco 


22 (8) 


Georgetown 


XX 


George Washington 


16(2) 


Santa Clara 


23 (6) 


DePauw 


XX 


Georgia Tech 


18(3) 


Holy Cross 


18(2) 


George Washington 


XX 


Syracuse 


9(1) 


Boston College 


14(1) 


Georgia Tech 


18(6) 


Kent State 


2(1) 


RicTimond 


25(1) 


UCLA 


15(5) 


Clemson 


10(1) 


Clemson 


17(1) 


Appalachian State 


27(4) 


Virginia 


10(2) 


Wake Forest 


18(6) 


Notre Dame 


23(4) 


N.C. State 


18(2) 


N.C. State 


24(4) 


Duke 


22 (2) 


Navy 


6(6) 


Fordham 


23(1) 


Wake Forest 


15(7) 


Wake Forest 


13(4) 


Navy 


16(0) 


N.C. State 


30(3) 


Long Island 


12(0) 


Canisius 


20(1) 


Navy 


20(4) 


North Carolina 


14(4) 


North Carolina 


20 (4) 


Clemson 


13(1) 


N.C. State 


14(5) 


N.C. State 


21(5) 


North Carolina 


17(2) 


Duke 


16(2) 


Duke 


31(0) 


N.C. State 


12(5) 


Fordham 


14(2) 


Virginia 


28(1) 


Virginia 


25(2) 


Buffalo 


2(1) 


George Washington 


20(5) 


Fordham 


16(7) 


North Carolina 


18(1) 


North Carolina 


20(2) 


Duke 


25(7) 


Clemson 


4(2) 


Clemson 


10(6) 


North Carolina 


31(6) 


Duquesne 


14(3) 


Duquesne 


27(5) 


Virginia 


18(4) 


Duke 


21(2) 


Duke 


13(3) 


Duquesne 


5(3) 


Wake Forest 


10(2) 


Wake Forest 


11(1) 


Clemson 


6(8) 


Virginia 


24(2) 


Virginia 


22 (2) 


East Tennessee State 


21(5) 


Clemson 


20(5) 


Duke 


20(2) 


N.C. State 


23(5) 


Wake Forest 


20 (2) 


North Carolina 


24(3) 


Creighton 


19(3) 


N.C. State 


21(5) 


N.C. State 


18(3) 


Notre Dame 


24(0) 


Syracuse 


21(5) 






Louisville 


27(6) 


Providence 


24(7) 










1972-73 




1973-74 




1974-75 




Opponent Maurice Howard 


Opponent Maurice Howard 


Opponent Maurice Howard 


Brown 


8(3) 


UCLA 


14(5) 


Richmond 


16(6) 


Richmond 


5(0) 


E. Kentucky 


0(0) 


Wake Forest 


26 (2) 


Canisius 


2(0) 


Georgetown 


8(1) 


Long Island 


24(3) 


Georgetown 


7(1) 


San Francisco 


6(3) 


Georgetown 


12(2) 


George Washington 


2(0) 


Santa Clara 


6(5) 


DePauw 


16(1) 


Georgia Tech 


4(0) 


Holy Cross 


19(3) 


George Washington 


13(2) 


Syracuse 


0(0) 


Boston College 


6(5) 


Georgia Tech 


14(4) 


Kent State 


1(0) 


Richmond 


14(6) 


UCLA 


9(1) 


Clemson 


XX 


Clemson 


12(2) 


Appalachian State 


10(5) 


Virginia 


5(2) 


Wake Forest 


12(1) 


Notre Dame 


18(1) 


N.C. State 


0(0) 


N.C. State 


11(3) 


Duke 


4(6) 


Navy 


0(0) 


Fordham 


14(8) 


Wake Forest 


19(6) 


Wake Forest 


4(0) 


Navy 


6(3) 


N.C. State 


18(5) 


Long Island 


6(1) 


Canisius 


18(2) 


Navy 


10(3) 


North Carolina 


4(1) 


North Carolina 


15(6) 


Clemson 


16(1) 


N.C. State 


2(0) 


N.C. State 


14(2) 


North Carolina 


12(1) 


Duke 


0(0) 


Duke 


12(2) 


N.C. State 


29(4) 


Fordham 


6(0) 


Virginia 


9(2) 


Virginia 


12(3) 


Buffalo 


7(4) 


George Washington 


12(5) 


Fordham 


11(2) 


North Carolina 


4(3) 


North Carolina 


18(2) 


Duke 


15(3) 


Clemson 


3(0) 


Clemson 


XX 


North Carolina 


2(1) 


Duquesne 


0(0) 


Duquesne 


XX 


Virginia 


6(1) 


Duke 


3(1) 


Duke 


10(2) 


Duquesne 


19(1) 


Wake Forest 


XX 


Wake Forest 


18(6) 


Clemson 


2(3) 


Virginia 


0(0) 


Virginia 


14(1) 


East Tennesse State 


14(3) 


Clemson 


2(1) 


Duke 


6(2) 


N.C. State 


13(1) 


Wake Forest 


2(0) 


North Carolina 


20(3) 


Creighton 


16(2) 


N.C. State 


0(0) 


N.C. State 


22 (3) 


Notre Dame 


10(4) 


Syracuse 


2(0) 






Louisville 


2(0) 


Providence 


4(0) 











25 



MARYLAND INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 



1971 -Maryland 103 Western Kentucky 67 
St. John's 94 Harvard 88 

tHIRD PLACE 

Harvard 107 Western Kentucky 89 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

Maryland 90 St. John's 69 



1974 - Maryland 105 Georgia Tech 67 
UCLA 78 St. Bonaventure 62 

THIRD PLACE 

Georgia Tech 70 St. Bonaventure 61 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
UCLA 81 Maryland 75 



• 



1972 - Maryland 90 Georgia Tech 55 
Syracuse 74 Bowling Green 73 

THIRD PLACE 

Bowling Green 102 Georgia Tech 87 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
Maryland 90 Syracuse 76 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 

1971 - Len Elmore - Maryland 

1972 - Tom McMillen - Maryland 

1973 - Len Elmore - Maryland 

1974 - David Meyers - UCLA 



1973 - Maryland 102 Holy Cross 75 

Boston College 94 Michigan State 81 

THIRD PLACE 

Michigan State 97 Holy Cross 85 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

Maryland 58 Boston College 37 



TOURNAMENT ATTENDANCE 

1971-25,453 
1972 - 26,643 
1973-26,069 
1974 - 29,000 




• 



26 



INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



INDIVIDUAL GAME 

MOST POINTS: 35 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard) ag Western 
Kentucky, 1971 

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

MOST ASSISTS: 14 by Jeff Montgomery (Bowling Green) ag 
Syracuse, 1972 

MOST FGA: 29 by Mel Davis (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971 

MOST FGM: 16 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard) ag Western 
Kentucky, 1971 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) 10 of 11, 
91% by Floyd Lewis (Harvard) ag Western Kentucky, 1971 

MOST FTA: 14 by Bob Carrington (Boston College) ag Michi- 
gan State, 1973 

MOST FTM: 9 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's) ag Harvard, 1971; 
by Bob Carrington (Boston College) ag Michigan State, 1973 

BEST FT PERFORM.\NCE: (5 or more attempts) 8 of 8, 100% 
by Cornelius Cash (Bowling Green) ag Georgia Tech, 1972: 
John Lucas (Maryland) ag Georgia Tech, 1974 

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT 

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

MOST REBOUNDS: 38 by Cornelius Cash (Bowling Green), 
1972 

MOST ASSISTS: 23 by Jeff Montgomery (Bowling Green), 

1972 
MOST FGA: 47 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard), 1971 
MOST FGM: 27- by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvard), 1971 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: (1 or more attempts) 14 of 17, 
82% by Tom McMillen (Maryland), 1972 

MOST FTA: 16 by Malcolm Moulton (Holy Cross), 1973; by 
Bob Carrington (Boston College), 1973 

MOST FTM: 12 by Bill Schaeffer (St. John's), 1971; by Jeff 
Montgomery (Bowling Green), 1972 

BEST FT PERFORM.\NCE: (10 or more attempts) John Lucas 
(Maryland) 9 of 10, 90%, 1974 



TEAM GAME 

MOST POINTS: 107 by Harvard ag Western Kentucky, 1971 
(107-89) 

LARGEST VICTORY iL\RGIN: 38 by Maryland ag Georgia 
Tech, 1974 (105-67) 

MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 196 by Harvard (107) 
and Western Kentucky (89), 1971 

FEWEST POINTS: 37 by Boston College, 1973 

FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 95 by Maryland (58) 
and Boston College (37), 1973 

MOST FGA: 91 by Holy Cross ag Maryland, 1973 

MOST FGM: 45 by Harvard ag Western Kentucky, 1971; by 
Michigan State ag Holy Cross, 1973: by Maryland ag Holy 
Cross, 1973 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 43 of 67, 64% by Maryland ag 
Western Kentucky, 1971 

MOST FTA: 35 by Bowling Green ag Georgia Tech, 1972 

MOST FTM: 28 by Bowling Green ag Georgia Tech, 1972 

BEST FT PERFORMANCE: 9 of 9 by Georgia Tech ag Mary- 
land, 1974 

MOST REBOUNDS: 67 by Harvard ag Western Kentucky, 1971 

MOST FOULS: 29 by Michigan State ag Boston College, 1973; 
St. Bonaventure ag Georgia Tech, 1974 

FEWEST FOULS: 12 by Maryland ag Georgia Tech, 1972; by 
Maryland ag Syracuse, 1972 



TEAM TOURNAMENT 

MOST POINTS: 195 by Harvard, 1971 

FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 112 by Holy Cross and 
Boston College ag Maryland, 1973 

MOST FGA: 171 by Western Kentucky, 1971 

MOST FGM: 82 by Harvard, 1971 

BEST FG PERFORMANCE: 79 of 126, 62.7% by Maryland, 
1972 

MOST FTA: 56 by Maryland, 1971 

MOST FTM: 37 by Maryland, 1971; by Bowling Green, 1972 

BEST FT PERFORIVUNCE: 31 of 38, 81% by Georgia Tech, 
1974 

MOST FOULS: 50 by Georgia Tech, 1974 

FEWEST FOULS: 24 by Maryland, 1972 




27 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS 



Single Game — Team 

MOST POINTS: 127 ag Brown, Nov. 1972 

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

MOST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 107 by North Carolina, Feb. 

1969 (107-87) 
FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 12 bv Navy. 1926 (12-21) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEMIS: 213 by Maryland and 

George Washington, Dec. 1971 (Md. 117— G.W. 96) 
FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 33 by Maryland and 

Navy, 1926 (Md. 21— Navy 12) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 55 ag Brown, Nov. 1972 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 ag Seton Hall. Dec. 1941 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENTS: 6 by Navy, 1926 
MOST FREE THROWS: 40 ag North Carolina in ACC Tour- 
nament final, 1958 (52 attempts) 
FEWEST FREE THROWS: ag Wake Forest, Feb. 1973, in 

Winston-Salem 
MOST FREE THROWS BY OPPONENT: 40 by Clemson, Jan. 

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

Jan. 1953, (made 36) 
FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTS: 1 ag Wake Forest, 

Feb. 1973, (a technical), in W'inston-Salera 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT^: 51 by 

North Carolina. Jan. 1964 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 93 ag George Washington, 

Dec. 1971 (made 47) 
FEWEST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 18 ag South Carolina, 

Jan. 1971 (made 15) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 74 ag Penn State, Dec. 1964 
MOST FOULS: 44 against William & Mary, Feb. 1952 
MOST FOULS BY OPPONENT: 37 by North Carolina, Jan. 

1953 
FEWEST FOULS: 7 ag Buffalo. Jan. 1972 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .926 ag Clemson, Feb. 

1962 (25-27) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .833 ag South Carolina, 

Jan. 1971 (15-18) 
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 64 ag DePauw, Dec. 1974 

113-49) 
LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN: 63 points by Army, 1944 (85- 

22) 
MOST POINTS IN ONE HALF: 73 ag Brown in second half, 

Nov. 1972 

Single Game — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 43 by Al Bunge ag Y'ale, Jan. 1960 (14 FG— 
15 FT) 

MOST FIELD BOALS: 16 by Gene Shue ag Washington & Lee, 
Feb. 1953 (34 att.) 

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

MOST REBOUNDS: 26 by Len Elmore ag Wake Forest, Feb. 
1974 

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

MOST FIELD GOAL .ATTEMPTS: 34 by Gene Shue ag. Wash- 
ingtonq & Lee. Feb. 1973 (16) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS: 14 by Jerry Green- 
span ag Minnesota, Dec. 1961 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 10 by Barry Yates ag 
Miami (Fla.), Dec. 1970 

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

Jerry Greenspan ag Minnesota 1961 14-14 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 13-13 

Bill Stasiulatis ag Wake Forest 1961 12-12 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 12-12 

Bob Kessler against George Washington 1956 12-12 

Jerry Bechtle ag North Carolina 1960 10-10 

Tom Milroy ag Penn State 1968 10-10 

BEST FIELD GOAL PCT.: 1.000 (ONLY more than 5 listed) 

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

Jack Clark ag South Carolina. Jph. 1964 6-6 

MOST FREE THROW .-ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 21 by 
Bernie Janiciki of Wake Forest. 1953 (15): 21 bv Pete Bren- 
nan of North Carolina, 1958 (15) 

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



Season Records — Team 

MOST POINTS: 2613 in 1972-73 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 89.9 in 1974-75 

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 GO.\L PERCENTAGE: .547 in 1974-75 
LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .346 in 1951-52 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .757 in 1974-75 
LOWEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .617 in 1952-53 
HIGHEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS: 16.7 in 

1973-74 (28 games— 85.7 to 69.0) 
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: 187,971 in 1974-75 (14 

games) 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,427 for 14 

games in 1974-75 
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 GO.\LS: 253 bv John Lucas. 1973-74 (28 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 197 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 
games ) 

" Len Elmore, 1973-74 (28 games) 
.621 by Rick Wise, 1965-66 (25 



MOST REBOUNDS: 412 bv 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT.: 

games, 140 att — made 87) 
BEST FREE THROW PCT.: 

(26 games 69 of 79) 
BEST SCORING AVER.\GE: 

games 605 points) 
BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 

74 (28 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 

O'Brien 1956-57 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 12 by John 

Lucas, 1972-73 



.873 by Bob McDonald, 1960-61 
23.3 by Will Hetzel, 1968-69 (26 
14.7 by Len Elmore, 1973- 
27 by Bob 



Career Records 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 1,807 by Tom McMillen in 1971-74 

(88 games) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 20.5 by Tom McMillen in 1971- 

74 (88 games. 1,807 points) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 699 by Tom McMillen in 1971-74 (88 

games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 409 by Tom McMillen in 1971-74 (88 

games. 512 attempts) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .555 by Tom McMillen, 

1971-74 (699 of 1.259) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .803 bv Jim O'Brien, 

1970-73 (301 of 375) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 1.053 bv Len Elmore. 1971-74 (86 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 32 by Bob 

O'Brien in 1955-56 (last 5 in opening game of 1956 season) 
MOST G.\MES PLA\T;D IN (VARSITY) : 88 by Bob Bodell, 

1970-73: bv Tom McMillen. 1971-74 
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PL.AYED IN (VARSITY): 

88 bv Bob Bodell. 1970-73.: bv Tom McMillen, 1971-74 
MOST GAMES PLA\'ED IN ALL GAMES: 104 by Bob Bodell, 

1969-73 (includes 16 freshman games): by Tom McMillen, 

1970-74 (includes 16 freshman games) 

All-Time Team Records 

MOST CONSECITIVE WINS AGAINST NON-ACC OPPON- 
ENTS: 31 (1970-73) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 14 over 1971-72 and 1972-73 
seasons 



28 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L 

Alabama 1 

American University 1 

Appalachian State 1 

University of Arizona 1 

Arizona State University 1 

Army 2 8 

Bainbridge Naval Station 2 

Baltimore University 2 

Boston College 1 

Brown 2 

Buffalo 4 

Canisius 3 

Catholic 10 6 

Cincinnati 1 1 

Citadel 1 

City College of New York 1 1 

Clemson 42 22 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 1 

Creighton 1 

Davidson 6 3 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

DePauw 1 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 33 51 

Duquesne 4 

Eastern Kentucky 1 

East Tennessee 1 

Evansville 1 

Florida 1 

Fordham 5 2 

Fort Belvoir 1 

Gallaudet 6 1 

Georgetown 32 20 

George Washington 28 20 

Georgia ;. I 3 

Georgia Tech 2 

Hampden-Sydney _ 2 2 

Holy Cross 2 

Houston 1 

Indiana 1 

Jacksonville 1 

Johns Hopkins 18 5 

Kansas 2 

Kansas State 1 

Kent State 1 

Kentucky 3 4 

Kentucky Wesleyan 1 

Kings Point 1 

Lafayette 1 

Lehigh 1 

LIU 3 

LSU 2 

Louisville 2 

Loyola (Md) 1 4 

Loyola (Louisiana) 1 

Maine 1 

Marine Corps Institute 1 1 

Marshall 1 2 

Memphis State 2 

Miami (Fla.) 3 3 

Miami (Ohio) 1 1 



W L 

Michigan 1 2 

Michigan State 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi Aggies 1 

Mississippi State _ 2 

Montana State 1 

Navy _ 24 26 

New Mexico A & M 1 

New York University 1 

Niagara 1 

North Carolina 30 60 

Nordi Carolina State 21 47 

Northwestern „ 1 

Notre Dame 2 

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 I 

Richmond 21 14 

Rutgers 2 2 

St. Francis (Pa.) 1 

St.Jahns (Md.) 9 3 

St. Johns (N.Y.) 1 1 

St. Joseph's 1 

San Francisco 1 

Santa Clara 1 

Seton Hall 1 1 

South Carolina 29 23 

Southern Illinois 1 

Stevens Institute 4 1 

Syracue 3 

Tampa 2 

Temple 1 

Tennessee 2 

Texas El Paso 1 

Texas Tech 1 

Tulsa 1 

UCLA 2 

U.S. Merchant Marine 1 2 

Vanderbilt 1 

Virginia 67 32 

Virginia Military Institute 40 10 

Virginia Tech - 22 4 

Wake Forest 23 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 

Wvoming 1 

Yale 1 



ALL-TIME HIGH SCORING GAMES 



127 Brown 

117 George Washington 

115 Georgetown 

113 DePauw 

112 Fordham 

111 Miami (Fla.) 



82 
96 
83 
49 
73 
77 



1972-73 
1971-72 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1973-74 
1970-71 



110 Virginia 75 1973-74 

109 Buffalo 70 1970-71 

107 George Washington 81 1965-66 

107 West Virginia 92 1965-66 

107 Canisius 80 1972-73 



29 



LEFTY AND THE TERPS 
IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 

1971-72 Mar)'land 60 Italian National Team 49 

1972-73 Maryland 104 Chilean National Team 37 

1973-74 Maryland 166 Iceland National Team 45 

1974-75 Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games 
Mexico City, Mexico 

Maryland 99 Real Madrid (Spain) 87 

Maryland 89 Chihuahua (Mexico) 79 

Maryland 120 Aguascalientes (Mexico) 107 

(2 overtimes) 
Maryland 84 Vila Nova (Brazil) 76 

Maryland 81 Ignis Varese (Italy) 80 

1975-76 Maryland 100 Russian National Team 96 

(overtime) 

The Maryland' Terrapins under Coach Lefty Driesell 
have hosted four National teams in Cole Field House 
and won all four games including an overtime decision 
over the Russian National Team this past fall. In addi- 
tion the Terps represented the United States in the 
Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games in Mexico last year 
and won the Team Championship. In International 
Com{>etition the Terps are 9-0. 












TERPS IN POST SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



1957-58 NCL\.A CRAMPIONSHIPS 

Madison Square Garden 

Mar)-land 86 Boston College 63 



Eastern Regionals 




Charlotte, N.C 




Maryland 67 Temple 
Maryland 59 Manhattan 


71 

55 


1972-73 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 


Eastern Regionals 
Charlotte, N.C 




Maryland 91 Syracuse 
Maryland 89 Providence 


75 
103 



1974-75 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 
Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland 83 Creighton 79 



Midwest Regionals 
Las Cruces. New Mexico 



Maryland 83 
Maryland 82 



Notre Dame 
Louisville 



71 

96 



NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

1971-72 

Madison Square Garden 

Mar)'land 67 St. Joseph's 55 
Mar)'land 71 Syracuse 65 

Maryland 91 Jacksomdlle 77 
(Championship Game) 
Maryland 100 Niagara 69 





31 



MARYLAND REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 



1922-23 
1923-24 
Md. 

1924-25 

Md. 



34 
25 

27 
16 



VMI 
Georgia 

Alabama 
N. C. State 



1925-26 

Md. 19 
1926-27 

Md. 22 
1927-28 

Did not enter 
1928-29 

Md. 35 
1929-30 

Md. 21 
1930-31 

Md. 37 

19 

26 

i29 

1931-32 

Md. 24 
1932-33 

Md. 28 
1933-34 

Md. 37 
1934-35 

Did not enter 
1935-36 

Md. 47 
32 
1936-37 

Md. 35 
1937-38 

Md. 45 
32 
1938-39 

Md. 47 
53 
27 
1939-*0 

Md. 43 
32 
194041 

Did not enter 
194142 

Did not enter 
1942-43 

Did not enter 
194344 

Md. 23 
194445 

Md. 49 
194546 

Md. 27 
194647 

Md. 43 
194748 

Md. 51 
194849 

Md. 61 
1949-50 

Did not enter 
1950-51 

Md. 50 Clemson 

45 N. estate 
1951-52 

Md. 48 Duke 
1952-53 

Md. 74 Duke 

59 Wake Forest 



Miss. Aggies 

Georgia 

r 

Mississippi 

Kentucky 

LSU 

North Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Florida 

South Carolina 

Washington & Lee 



Duke 
Washington & Lee 

N. C. State 

Citadel 
Duke 

Richmond 
N. estate 
Clemson 

Wash.ington & Lee 
Duke 



N, estate 

Duke 

N. C. State 

N. C. State 

Davidson 

North Carolina 



19 
29 

21 
30 

22 

27 



37 
26 

33 

17 
25 
27 

39 

65 
45 



35 
38 

42 

43 
35 

32 
29 
39 

30 

44 



42 
76 
54 
55 
58 
79 



48 

54 

51 

65 

61 



1953-54 








Md. 


75 


Clemson 


59 




56 


Wake Forest 


64 


1954-55 








Md. 


67 


Virginia 


68 


1955-56 








Md. 


69 


Duke 


94 


1956-57 








Md. 


71 


Virginia 


68 




64 


South Carolina 


74 


1957-58 








Md. 


70 


Virginia 


66 




71 


Duke 


65 




86 


North Carolina 


74 


1958-59 








Md. 


65 


Virginia 


66 


1959-60 








Md. 


58 


N. C. State 


74 


1960-61 








Md. 


91 


Clemson 


75 




76 


Wake Forest 


98 


1961-62 








Md. 


58 


Duke 


71 


1962-63 








Md. 


41 


Wake Forest 


80 


1963-64 








Md. 


67 


Clemson 


81 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

1964-65 



Md. 


61 


Clemson 


50 




67 


N. estate 


76 


1965-66 








Md. 


70 


North Carolina 


77 


1966-67 








Md. 


54 


South Carolina 


57 


1967-68 








Md. 


54 


N. estate 


63 


1968-69 








Md. 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


1969-70 








Md. 


57 


N. estate 


67 


1970-71 








Md. 


63 


South Carolina 


71 


1971-72 








Md. 


54 


Clemson 


52 




62 


Virginia 


57 




64 


North Carolina 


73 


1972-73 








Md. 


77 


Clemson 


61 




73 


Wake Forest 


65 




74 


N. C. State 


76 


1973-74 






Md. 


85 


Duke 


66 




105 


North Carolina 


85 




100 


N.C. State 


103 


1974-75 






Md. 


85 


N.C. State 


87 



1953-54 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

1954-55 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 
1955-56 

Md. 

Md. 
1956-57 

Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
1957-58 

Md. 
Md. 
1958-59 

Md. 
Md. 
1959-60 

Md. 
Md. 
1960-61 

Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
1961-62 

Md. 

Md. 



INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 

65 Arizona State 

66 Evansville 

54 Kentucky Wesleyan 
All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 
58 Texas Tech 

83 Rhode Island 
78 Cincinnati 
Mid Winter Festival 
75 Michigan State 

75 St. Francis 
All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 

89 Montana State 

43 New Mexico A & M 

43 Virginia 

Sugar Bowl Tournament 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

71 Vanderbilt 

46 Memphis State 

Sugar Bowl Tournament 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

45 Miss. State 

54 Loyola 

Blue Grass Tournament 

Louisville, Kentucky 

63 Indiana 

76 Fordham 
Dixie Classic 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
57 North Carolina 

67 N.C, State 

84 Wyoming 

Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
62 Miss. State 

64 Louisville 



50 
58 
37 



54 
66 
61 

95 
66 



72 
45 
39 



56 
47 



56 
50 



72 

54 



81 
75 
77 



64 
83 



1962-63 

None 

1963-64 



VPI Invitational Tournament 
Blacksburg, Virginia 



Md. 


59 Tennessee 


70 


Md. 


75 LSU 
Evansville Invitational 


65 


Md. 


54 Arizona 


57 


Md. 


82 Columbia 


76 


1964-65 


Hurricane Classic 
Miami, Florida 




Md. 


66 Tulsa 


59 


Md. 


73 Miami (Flal 


80 


1965-66 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 




Md. 


69 Houston 


68 


Md. 


77 Dayton 


75 


1966-67 


Memphis State Invitational 
Memphis, Tennessee 




Md. 


50 Oklahoma State 


49 


Md. 


53 Memphis State 
Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 


55 


Md. 


66 Davidson 


65 


Md. 


57 Army 


54 


1967-68 


Sun Carnival Tournament 
El Paso, Texas 




Md. 


53 Texas El Paso 


70 


Md. 


72 Southern Illinois 


73 


1968-69 


Marshall Invitational 
Huntington, West Virginia 




Md. 


89 Marshall 


80 


Md. 


85 Miami (Fla) 
Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 


92 


Md. 


69 Davidson 


83 


Md. 


95 Wichita 


83 


1973-74 


Cable Car Classic 
San Francisco, Cal. 






78 San Francisco 


60 




53 Santa Clara 


32 



32 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 



TEAMS COACHED BYYeFTY'^DRIESELL 



ALL GAMES 
Won Lost 



CONF. GAMES 
Won Lost 



1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1939-40 
1940-41 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1943-44 
1944-45 
1945-46 
1946-47 



4 

11 

14 

10 

14 

7 

16 

14 

16 

11 

11 

8 

13 

9 

14 

13 

13 

1 

7 

8 

4 

2 

9 

14 

243 



6 

4 

2 

9 

4 

8 

5 

4 

3 

8 

7 

10 

5 

10 

8 

8 

8 

21 

15 

8 

13 

13 

11 

9 

199 



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

3 
5 
2 
2 
5 
9 
124 



2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
5 
5 
1 
2 
3 
1 
3 
3 
8 
4 
3 
4 

13 
8 
5 
1 
5 
4 
4 

91 



TEAMS COACHED BY "FLUCIE" 

1947-48 11 13 

1948-49 9 17 

1949-50 7 18 

"27 "48 

TEAMS COACHED BY BUD Ml 



STEWART: 
9 7 

8 7 

_5 J3 
22 27 

LLIKAN: 



1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 



15 
13 
15 
23 
17 
14 
15 
22 
10 
15 
14 
8 
8 
9 
18 
14 
11 



10 
8 
8 
7 
7 

10 

9 

7 

13 

8 

12 

17 

13 

17 

8 

11 

14 



11 
9 

12 
7 

10 
7 
9 
9 
7 
9 
6 
3 
4 
5 

10 
7 
5 



8 
5 
3 
2 

4 
7 
5 
5 
7 
5 
8 
11 
10 
9 
4 
7 
9 



241 179 

TEAMS COACHED BY FRANK 

1967-68 8 16 

1968-69 _8 _I8 

16 34 



130 109 

FELLOWS: 

4 10 

2 12 

6 22 





ALL 


GAMES 




Won 


Lost 


1969-70 


13 


13 


1970-71 


14 


12 


1971-72 


27 


5 


1972-73 


23 


7 


1973-74 


23 


5 


1974-75 


24 


5 



124 



47 



CONF. 


GAMES 


Won 


Lost 


5 


9 


5 


9 


8 


4 


7 


5 


9 


3 


10 


2 



44 



32 




33 



TERP LEADERS 



SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 



■ 


^■'%.l >■»■« — AK^'hal'V^ 


r 


412 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 








351 


Len Elmore 


1971-72 




CAREER SCORING 




336 
321 


Bob Kessler 
Tom Roy 


1955-56 
1974-75 


1,807 


Tom McMillen 


(1971-74) 


318 


Will Hetzel 


1968-69 


1,458 


John Lucas 


(1972- ) 


306 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


1,397 


Gene Shue 


1951-54) 


290 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


1,370 


Will Hetzel 


(1967-70) 


289 


Al Bunge 


1959-60 


1,300 


Jay McMillen 


1964-67) 


284 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


1,266 


Bob Kessler 


1953-56) 


279 


Bob McDonald 


1960-61 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien 


1970-73) 


271 


Gary Ward 


1964-65 


1,094 


Gary Ward 


1963-66) 


269 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


1,017 


Len Elmore 


1971-74) 


265 


Al Bunge 


1957-58 


1,016 


Lee Brawley 


1949-52) 


263 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


987 


Pete Johnson 


1966-69) 


258 


Rod Horst 


1969-70 


972 


Bob O'Brien 


1954 57) 


250 


Bob Everett 


1954-55 


935 


Al Bunge 


1957-60) 


241 


Al Bunge 


1958-59 


875 


Jerry Greenspan 


1960-63) 


241 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


861 


Nick Davis 


1954-57) 


235 


Jerry Greenspan 


1961-62 


860 


Rod Horst i 


1967-70) 


229 


Rod Horst 


1968-69 


854 


Bruce Kelleher i 


1958-61) 










iL. Tom McMillen 



SINGLE SEASON SCORING 

667 Tom McMillen 1971-72 

654 Gene Shue 1953-54 

616 Tom McMillen 1972-73 

605 Will Hetzel 1968-69 

564 John Lucas 1973-74 

524 Tom McMillen 1973-74 

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 John Lucas 1974-75 

469 Gary Ward 1964-65 

431 Owen Brown 1974-75 

430 Gary Ward 1965-66 

428 Rod Horst 1969-70 

424 John Lucas 1972-73 

416 Steve Sheppard 1974-75 

414 Will Hetzel 1969-70 

401 XSharles McNeil 1958-59 




Len Elmore 



COLE FIELD HOUSE RECORDS 



TEAM SCORING 



FIELD GOALS 



INDIVIDUAL SCORING 



FIELD GOALS 



REBOUNDS 



141 by Maryland Freshmen 
vs Kings College 
Dec. 13, 1969 

62 by Maryland Freshmen 
vs Kings CoUege 
Dec. 13, 1969 

48 by Tom Baxley vs 

Virginia Freshmen, 

1961 
48 by Tom Baxley vs 

Bainbridge Prep, 1961 
48 by Tom McMillen vs 

Georgetown Freshmen, 

1971 

21 by Tom McMillen vs 
Georgetown Freshmen, 
1971 

31 by Tom McMillen vs 
West Virginia 
Freshmen, 1971 



34 



YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS WITH '\EFTY 



1969-70 

Maryland 



1970-71 



Maryland 




13-13 



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

57 
14-12 

86 
109 

85 

72 

70 

79 

80 
111 

99 

81 

31 

56 

69 

88 

70 

61 

88 

63 

67 

76 

56 

45 

81 

66 

89 

63 



Buffalo 77 H 

George Washington 71 A 

Princeton 75 A 

Wake Forest 104 H 

South Carolina 101 H 

Army 69 H 

Fordham 71 H 

Delaware 58 H 

N. estate 91 A 

Wake Forest 88 A 

West Virginia 76 H 

South Carolina 55 A 

Clemson 63 A 

Navy 57 H 

Maine 68 H 

Duke 50 H 

North Carolina 77 H 

N. C. State 64 A 

Georgetown 71 H 

Virginia 71 A 

North Carolina 90 A 

Duke 87 A 

Clemson 85 H 

West Virginia 83 A 

Virginia 71 H 

N. C. State 67 ACC 

5-9 

Delaware 

Buffalo 

Lehigh 

Wake Forest 

South Carolina 

Georgetown 

Tampa 

Miami (Fla.) 

Richmond 

N. C. State 

South' Carolina 

Clemson 

George Washington 

Loyola (Md.) 

North Carolina 

N. C. State 

Duke 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Seton Hall 

Clemson 

West Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

South Carolina 71 ACC 



73 


H 


70 


H 


66 


H 


71 


H 


96 


A 


96 


A 


72 


H 


77 


H 


67 


H 


83 


H 


30 


H 


52 


H 


67 


H 


69 


A 


105 


A 


71 


A 


79 


A 


78 


A 


70 


H 


100 


H 


55 


A 


51 


A 


83 


H 


72 


A 


84 


H 



1971-72 



1972-73 



Maryland 



27-5 



8-4 



Maryland 


100 


Brown 


83 


H 




118 


George Washington 


96 


A 




57 


Virginia 


78 


A 




79 


Georgetown 


46 


H 




86 


Canisius 


77 


H 




73 


Loyola 


60 


A 




102 


Holy Cross 


79 


A 




103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


H 




90 


St. John's 


69 


H 




83 


N. estate 


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 



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 



35 



MARYLAND YEAR BY YEAR 



1973-74 

Maryland 



23-5 



9-3 



64 


UCLA 


65 


A 


106 


Eastern Kentucky 


57 


H 


115 


Georgetown 


83 


H 


78 


San Francisco 


60 


A 


53 


Santa Clara 


32 


A 


102 


Holy Cross 


75 


H 


58 


Boston College 


37 


H 


96 


Richmond 


60 


A 


89 


Clemson 


60 


H 


72 


Wake Forest 


59 


A 


74 


N.C. State 


80 


A 


112 


Fordham 


73 


H 


72 


Navy 


50 


A 


86 


Canisius 


73 


H 


73 


North Carolina 


82 


A 


80 


N.C. State 


86 


H 


104 


Duke 


83 


H 


88 


Virginia 


81 


A 


92 


George Washington 


71 


A 


91 


North Carolina 


80 


H 


56 


Clemson 


54 


A 


98 


Duquesne 


72 


H 


64 


Duke 


61 


A 


77 


Wake Forest 


68 


H 


110 


Virginia 


75 


H 


85 


Duke 


66 


ACC 


105 


North Carolina 


85 


ACC 


100 


N.C. State 


103 


ACC 



1974-75 

Maryland 



24-5 



10-2 



106 


Richmond 


81 


H 


99 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 


99 


Long Island 


84 


H 


104 


Georgetown 


71 


A 


113 


DePauw 


49 


H 


81 


George Washington 


67 


A 


105 


Georgia Tech 


67 


H 


75 


UCU 


81 


H 


96 


Appalachian State 


50 


H 


90 


Notre Dame 


82 


H 


83 


Duke 


77 


H 


89 


Wake Forest 


73 


H 


103 


N.C. State 


85 


H 


87 


Navy 


73 


A 


82 


Clemson 


83 


A 


66 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


98 


N.C. State 


97 


A 


86 


Virginia 


79 


H 


65 


Fordham 


46 


A 


104 


Duke 


80 


A 


96 


North Carolina 


74 


A 


70 


Virginia 


51 


A 


103 


Duquesne 


82 


A 


70 


Clemson 


64 


H 


104 


East Tennessee 


87 


H 


85 


N.C. State 


87 


ACC 


83 


Creighton 


79 


NCAA 


83 


Notre Dame 


71 


NCAA 


82 


Louisville 


96 


NCAA 




36 



DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 





JIM KEHOE 



Jim Kehoe's University of Mary- 
land athletic program continues to 
improve with each year. The Terps 
have increased their winning per- 
centage each year since the former 
Track Coach took over the program 
on July 1, 1969, and this past season 
seven of the 21 varsity sports he ad- 
ministers ranked among the top 20 
in the nation. 

The Terps also captured the Carmichael Cup, s)Tnbolic 
of overall supremacy in the Atlantic Coast Conference 
in Men's sports, for the second consecutive year and 
ninth time in the 14 years it has been presented. 

In overall, head-to-head competition the Terrapins won 
209 of 298 intercollegiate athletic contests during the 
1974-75 season with the 13 men's teams recording a 123- 
41-5 record and the eight Women's sports compiling an 
86-39-4 record. 

His six years as Terrapin AD have been exciting, to 
say the least. The Terps have become National Powers 
in basketball, football and lacrosse completing the past 
season as National Champions in Lacrosse, ranked fifth 
in basketball and thirteenth in football. 

It was Kehoe who lured Coach Left)- Driesell to Mar)- 
land to become the Terp basketball coach and then ob- 
tained the services of Jern- Claiborne to guide the Terra- 
pin football fortunes. He also brought Bud Beardmore 
back to Maryland to take charge of the lacrosse program. 

The combined record of basketball, football and la- 
crosse in 1968-69, the year prior to Kehoe's taking over, 
was 17-30. The past two years the same three sports 
recorded a cumulative 39-11 and 41-11 record with 
national rankings in all three. 

In addition Kehoe is directing one of the few athletic 
programs in the nation that is not ojjerating at a deficit 
yet continuous improvement in the physical facilities and 
caliber of the teams is evident. 

He lured his former track teammate. Col. Tom Fields, 
into redrement from the Marine Corps to direct the 
Maryland Educational Foundation and instituted a drive 
to revamp the image of Mar\land athletics. This past 
year the Mar\-land Educational Foundation contributed 
$531,000 for the support of the Maryland athletic schol- 
arship program. 

The athletic image has benefited not only from winning 
but from one of the finest radio and television networks 
in the nation. Nearly a million fans watched the Terps 
in person last year and many more benefited from na- 
tional telecasts in both football and basketball. In addi- 



tion some 40 stations carrj' the football and basketball 
games as compared to only one station in 1969. 

During his tenure as AD the Terps have twice won 
the NCAA Championship in Lacrosse and twice finished 
as the rimner-up for the National title, won the Na- 
tional Invitational Basketball Tournament, gained the 
finals of the NC.\,\ Eastern and Midwestern Regional 
basketball tournaments and the football team has been 
to three consecutive Bowl games. 

Within the ACC the Terps have won 26 of 74 Cham- 
pionships imder Kehoe's direction as compared to 15 
for runner-up North Carolina. Maryland has now cap- 
tured 121 titles since the ACC was formed in 1953, more 
than double the 56 by North Carolina to rank second. 

.'\s Maryland Track Coach Kehoe saw his teams cap- 
ture the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships in all 
but one year of the ACC's existence. He won the first and 
last 14 in both and in addition captured eight Cross 
Country titles including his last six as a coach. 

After taking over as Track and Cross Country Coach 
in 1946 his teams won a total of 48 Southern and ACC 
team titles. In dual meet competition his teams were un- 
defeated for his last nine years and the track team had a 
winning streak of 27 straight victories and the cross coun- 
tr)- team 29 at his retirement. 

Maryland won the IC4A track titles in 1965-1966 and 
1969 to claim Eastern track supremacy. 

Perhaps his greater moment as a coach was reserved 
for his final season as track coach. In his final meet, by 
the margin of a single pxjint, Maryland defeated heavily 
favored Villanova for the IC4A outdoor championship. 
Kehoe declared this his "greatest track victor)" during 
his career as a coach. 

A native of Bel Air, Maryland, where he starred in 
several sf>orts, Kehoe entered Maryland in 1936 and con- 
centrated on track and cross country. He lettered in all 
three of his varsity seasons, was undefeated in dual meet 
competition and won several Southern Conference titles 
in indoor and outdoor competition. He also established 
indoor and outdoor records in the 880 yard and two mile 
runs. 

While a student at Mar)land he was president of the 
Men's League, and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
National Honorary Fraternity. 

In addition to coaching at Mar)land he served as an 
Associate Professor of Physical Education and Director 
of Intramural Athletics. He holds an Honorar)- Doctor's 
degree from Steed College in Tennessee. 

During World War II he served as an officer with the 
81st Infantry Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank 
of private to Lieutenant Colonel uf)on retirement. He 
participated in the Philippine Islands and Central Pa- 
cific Campaigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, Ameri- 
can Ser\'ice Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal 
and Philippine Liberation Medal. 

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



37 



ALFRED J. HANLON 

ASSOCIATE 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 and staff positions since that time. His military 
decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Air Medal 
with two oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation 
Medal and the 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, Jr. (Faculty Chairman) 

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

Miss Dorothy McKnight (Asst. Prof Physical Education 

and Coordinator of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics) 
Dr. John Curtis (Prof, and Head Agri. and Res. Econ.) 
Dr. Charles Taff (Prof, and Head Bus. Admin.) 
Dr. Herman Belz (Assoc. Prof. History) 
Mr. James H. Kehoe, Jr. (Director of Athletics) 
Dr. William L. Thomas (Vice-Chan. Student Affairs) 
Mr. Ralph W. Frey, Jr. (Pres. Alumni Assoc.) 
Mr, Bruce Harris (Pres. SGA) 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 

CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

First apfwinted to the athletic council in 1951, 
Dr. Faber is the University's representative to the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. He recently completed his 
second term as President of the ACC having also served 
in 1969-70. 

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 suger- 
ing 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 Uni- 
versity is fortunate to have such a man as its Faculty 
Chairman of Athletics. 



• 



38 



v 



ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 
STAFF 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 
20740 

Telephone: AREA CODE (301) 

ADMINISTRATION 

Athletic Director — Jim Kehoe 454-4705 

Associate AD — Al Hanlon 454-4706 . 

Assistant AD — Russ Potts 454-4687 

Assistant AD — Frank Gray 454-2641 

Assistant to AD— Bob Wall 454-3332 

Faculty Chairman — Jack Faber 454-4705 

Ticket Manager— Bill Reading 454-2122 

Educational Found.— Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Club— Al Heagy 454-5158 

Coor. Women's Ath.— Judith C. Young 454-5854 

Director^of Golf Course — Frank Cronin 454-2123 

COACHES— MEN 

Baseball — ^Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball— Lefty Driesell 454-2126 

Basketball — Assistants: Joe Harrington 454-4112 

Dave Pritchett 454-4112 

Howard White 454-4112 

Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Fencing — Dr. Robert Tyler 454-4614 

Associate Fencing Coach — MikeDowhower 454-4614 

Football— Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 

Golf— Dave Sigler 454-5622 

Lacrosse — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 

Soccer— Jim Dietsch 454-4328 

Swimming— Bill Campbell 454-2756 

Tennis— Doyle Royal 454-4136 

Track— Frank Costello 454-4816 

Wresding— Sully Krouse 454-2625 

COACHES— WOMEN 

Basketball— Christine J. Weller 454-4916 

Field Hockey— Suzanne J. Tyler 454-2625 

Gymnastics — Susan Mattern 454-5854 

Lacrosse— Suzanne J. Tyler 454-2625 

Swimming — Lisa M. Papa 454-5389 

Tennis— Dr. Joan SJlult 454-2625 

Track— Linda L. Batog 454-2625 

Volleyball— Barbara A. Drum 454-2626 

STAFF 

Trainer— William Fry 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers: Jim Weir 454-4819 

John J. Bush 454-2759 

Equipment — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Stadium and Grounds— Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

Bud Apple 454-2123 

Sports Information — Jack Zane : 454-2123 

Assistant — Inf. and Promo. — Jim Husbands ..- 454-5173 



EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

MARYLAND 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 



m3^^^> 











i : / 



Tom Fields 



John Gilmore 



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. 

Kehoe has achieved many of those goals and financial 
stability is one of them. The University athletic depart- 
ment was one of only 10 percent in the nation that has 
operated without a deficit the past two years and Tom 
Fields had a big hand in achieving that goal. 

When Kehoe lured Col. Fields into retirement from 
the Marine Corps, contributions to the Maryland Fxlu- 
cational Foundation were minimal. For the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1970 the contributions totaled approxi- 
mately $30,000. 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975, contributions 
totaled $531,000 up from the $386,000 the previous year. 

During the past year the Terrapin CluB renewed 96 
percent of their contributors and the membership now 
stands at 1,400, quite a jump from the 132 original 
members. 

Of the 1,400 members, nine are life members ($10,000 
contribution), 164 are Diamondback members ($1,000 
annual contribution and 510 are Gold members ($500 
annual contribution). 

The contributions have not only enabled the Univer- 
sity's self-sustaining program to remain just above the 
break even point but enabled the Terrapins to regain 
their stature as the overall champions of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference with National prestige in just about 
every sport. 

Fields, a former Maryland AU-American distance run- 
ner and teammate of Kehoe's, took over his duties at 
Maryland in 1970 and his success has followed the pat- 
tern of his life. 

During World War II he sened in combat in Guadal- 
canal, Vella Lavella, Bougainville and Iwo Jima. He 
also served in Korea and Vietnam and at the time of his 
retirement from the Corps, he was the Deputy Director 
of Information — Headquarters Marine Corps. 



39 



DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

This year Dr. Elkins completed his twenty-first year 
at the University as its twenty-first president. He is chief 
executive officer of the Board of Regents and head of 
the growing five-campus system which includes Univer- 
sity College and its world-wide program of education. 

During his period in office, President Elkins has seen 
the University grow from an annual enrollment of 8,500 
students to more than 70,000. The total operating 
budget which was $23 million in 1954 is more than 
$225 million this year. 

In addition to degrees from the University of Texas, 
Dr. Elkins earned his B.Litt and Ph.D. degrees at Oxford 
University as a Rhodes Scholar. 

Long a sports enthusiast and an avid golfer, Mary- 
land's President was elected to the Texas Sports Hall of 
Fame in 1963 and was the recipient of the Distinguished 
Alumnus Award from the University of Texas in 1972. 
While an undergraduate there he earned eight varsity 
letters in football, basketball, and track. 

Dr. Elkins began his professional career as a history 
instructor before serving as President of San Angelo 
Junior College and Texas Western College (the Uni- 
versity of Texas at El Paso). 

He is a member of the Southern Regional Education 
Board and past president of the National Association of 




State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, the Middie 
States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 
and £he Southern University Conference. 



DR. ROBERT L GLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 



Robert L. Gluckstern is a distinguished physicist and 
administrator. On July 1, 1975, he became the College 
Park Campus' second chancellor. 

Educated at MIT and the City College of New York, 
he spent fourteen years on the Yale University physics 
faculty. In 1964, he moved from Yale to the University 
of Massachusetts at Amherst as professor and head of the 
physics and astronomy department. Under his leadership, 
the department grew from 14 to 52 faculty members and 
25 to 100 graduate students, and increased federal sup- 
port from $30,000 to $950,000 a year. 

He became associate provost of the University of 
Massachusetts in 1969, vice chancellor for academic 
affairs and provost in 1970. 

Dr. Gluckstern participated in the design of a number 
of high energy particle accelerators at Brookhaven, Los 
Alamos, Lawrence Radiation and National Accelerator 
Laboratories and advised on the theoretical problems 
involved in the construction of these highly sophisticated 
giant machines. (High energy particle accelerators are 
used by physicists to discover the constituent particles 
of the nucleus of the atom and to understand the nature 
and role of these particles.) 

The new chancellor has remained active in teaching 
and will teach a general physics course to undergraduate 
students this fall.. 




Dr. Gluckstern, who is 51, was born in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey. He is married to the former Norma Block. 
The Gluckstern's have three children. 



40 






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TMRP5 BMHIND THE SCEM£ 




Dr. Stanford Lavine 
Team Physician 





Russ Potts 
Assistant AD 



Frank Gray 
Assistant AD 




Ron Fulton and Jack Gable 
Equipment Managers 




^S^jS- M^ ^W-'' ' 

Robert Wall 
Assistant to AD 




Bill Reading 
Ticket Manager 






Jimmy Morgan 


JackZane 


Jim Husbands 


Public Address 


Sports Information Dir. 


Asst. Promo and 


Announcer 




Information 



42 



1974-75 Game -by -Game Scoring and Rebounding 





John 


Maurice Steve 


Owen 


Tom 


Brad 


Chris 


John 


BiU 




Lucas 


Howard Sheppard 


Brown 


Koy 


Davis 


, Patton 


Newsome 


Hahn 


Richmond 


17(1) 


16(6) 


16(8) 


12(7) 


16(14) 


8(1) 


10(4) 


8(5) 


3(1) 


Wake Forest 


XX 


26(2) 


17(16) 


27(11) 


11(11) 


12(4) 


0(1) 


6(2) 


XX 


Long Island 


XX 


24(3) 


24(12) 


15(8) 


10(11) 


15(0) 


7(6) 


4(1) 


0(0) 


Georgetown 


XX 


12(2) 


18(9) 


19(10) 


15(10) 


8(6) 


4(3) 


10(8) 


14(4) 


DePauw 


XX 


16(1) 


15(14) 


10(8) 


19(15) 


12(5, 


23(10) 


8(6) 


8(0) 


George Washington 


XX 


13(2] 


14(7) 


16(8) 


21(17) 


6(4, 


2(1) 


3(2) 


6(2) 


Georgia Tech 


18(6) 


14(4) 


26(10) 


2(6) 


17(7) 


9(4) 


8(5) 


6(4) 


3(0) 


UCLA 


15(5) 


9(i; 


20(7) 


18(10) 


5(9) 


8(1, 


XX 


XX 


XX 


Appalachian St. 


27(4) 


10(5, 


14(11) 


16(4) 


8(11) 


6(5 


5(4) 


2(7) 


8(1) 


Notre Dame 


23(4) 


18(1) 


10(11) 


22(8) 


15(18) 


2(1) 


XX 


0(0) 


0(0) 


Duke 


22(2) 


4(6) 


14(9) 


17(8) 


10(5) 


16(9, 


XX 


XX 


XX 


Wake Forest 


15(7) 


19(6) 


16(10) 


12(12) 


7(10) 


17(0) 


3(3) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


N.C. State 


30(3) 


18(5) 


10(1) 


17(3) 


6(7) 


15(3 


4(4) 


3(3) 


0(1) 


Navy 


20(4) 


10(3) 


11(4) 


10(7) 


9(13) 


10(4 


9(4) 


4(2) 


2(1) 


Clemson 


13(1) 


16(1) 


17(3) 


7(8) 


10(8) 


12(5 


7(4) 


XX 


0(0) 


North Carolina 


17(2) 


12(1) 


11(5) 


8(5) 


12(9) 


4(1 


) 2(1) 


0(0) 


XX 


N.C. State 


12(5) 


29(4, 


4(0) 


23(10) 


10(12) 


18(1 


) 0(0) 


2(0) 


XX 


Virginia 


25(2) 


12(3, 


8(4) 


7(5) 


8(11) 


24(7 


) 2(2) 


0(0) 


0(1) 


Fordham 


16(7) 


11(2 


14(8) 


8(4) 


8(8) 


6(3 


) XX 


2(2) 


0(0) 


Duke 


25(7) 


15(3, 


19(7) 


14(6) 


9(7) 


18(3 


) XX 


0(0) 


2(0) 


North Carolina 


31(6) 


2(1 


21(9) 


18(8) 


14(11) 


8(4 


) XX 


0(0) 


2(1) 


Virginia 


18(4) 


6(1, 


14(8) 


17(9) 


0(16) 


14(1 


) XX 


1(1) 


0(0) 


Duquesne 


5(3) 


19(1 


) 27(8) 


16(8) 


14(14) 


22(7 


) XX 


0(0) 


0(1) 


Clemson 


6(8) 


2(3 


8(6) 


18(12 


16(12) 


20(2 


) XX 


XX 


XX 


East Tenn. St. 


21(5) 


14(3) 


14(8) 


15(7) 


10(10) 


18(5 


) 2(0) 


0(2) 


10(1) 


N.C. State 


23(5) 


13(1, 


5(6) 


14(7) 


12(12) 


18(3 


) XX 


0(0) 


XX 


Creighton 


19(3) 


16(2) 


10(7) 


16(11) 


6(7) 


14(0 


) 2(0) 


XX 


0(1) 


Notre Dame 


24(0) 


10(4 


9(4) 


18(9) 


6(6) 


16(4 


) 0(1) 


0(0) 


0(1) 


Louisville 


27(6) 


2(0, 


» 10(5) 


19(4) 


16(20) 


8(2 


) 0(0) 


XX 


0(0) 








CAREER HIGHS 














SCORING 








RJiJiOUNDING 






John Lucas 


31 vs 


D 


uke, Feb. 1974 and UNC, Feb 


.1975 


8 


vs San Francisco, Dec. 1973 


Maurice Howard 


29 vs 


N 


.C. State, Feb. 1975 




8 


vs Fordham, Jan. 1974 


Steve Sheppard 


27 vs 


D 


uquesne, Feb. 1975 






16 


vs Wake Forest, Dec. 


1974 


Chris Patton 


23 vs 


D 


ePauw, Dec. 1974 






10 


vs DePauw, Dec. 1974 


Brad Davis 


24 vs 


V 


irginia, Feb. 1975 






9 


vs Duke 


, Jan. 1975 






Lee WiOiams, Executive Director of the BasketbaU Hall of Fame, stands with the uniforms of the only three high school 
players to be honored in the Hall of Fame. The three belong to Tom McMillen, Tom Roy and Moses Malone, all of whom 
chose Maryland as their college. 

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