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1976-77 TERRAPIN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



DAY 


DATE 

NOV. 


OPPONENT 


TIME 


LOCATION 


Sat. 


27 


Notre Dame 


11:00 A.M. 


Cole Field House 


Tue. 


30 
DEC. 


Ball State 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Thu. 


2 


Long Island University 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Sat. 


4 


Princeton 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Wed. 


8 


East Carolina 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Sun. 


12 


DePaul 


7:00 


Cole Field House 


Sat. 


18 


Appalachian State 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Wed. 


22 


Bucknell 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Tue. 


28 


Maryland Invitational Tournament 
Maryland vs Xavier 
Duquesne vs Syracuse 


7:00 
9:00 


Cole Field House 




29 


MIT Third Place 

MIT Championship Game 


7:00 
9:00 





JAN. 



Tue. 


4 


Richmond 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


Sat. 


8 


Wake Forest 


2.00 


Cole Field House 


Sun. 


9 


North Carolina State 


12:30 


Cole Field House 


Sat. 


15 


Navy 


1:00 


Capital Centre, Largo, Md 


Wed. 


19 


Clemson 


7:00 


Clemson, South Carolina 


Sat. 


22 


North Carolina 


1:00 


Cole Field House 


Thu. 


27 


North Carolina State 


9:00 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Sat. 


29 


George Washington 


8:00 


Cole Field House 



FEB. 



Wed. 


2 


Virginia 


Sat. 


5 


Duke 


Wed. 


9 


North Carolina 


Sat. 


12 


Clemson 


Tue. 


15 


Pittsburgh 


Sat. 


19 


Duke 


Tue. 


22 


Wake Forest 


Sat. 


26 


Virginia 



8:00 Cole Field House 

2:00 Durham, North Carolina 

9:00 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

12:30 Cole Field House 

8:00 Cole Field House 

2:00 Cole Field House 

8:00 Greensboro, North Carolina 

7:30 Charlottesville, Virginia 



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Thu. 3 Atlantic Coast Conference 

4 Championship 

5 Tournament 



Greensboro, North Carolina 



MARYLAND 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS j| M i*-? 

Head Coach Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell 2 

Driesell's Coaching Philosophy 6 ^^^< •^^/^■^ 

Assistant Coaches 8 

Player Profiles 10 

The New Terps 24 

Driesell Era 26 

1975-76 Statistics 28 

Radio-TV 30 

MIT 32 

The Past . . 36 

Director of Athletics — James Kehoe 57 

^^ _„ I The University of Maryland actively subscribes to 

University Orhcials j a poi;^ f equal educational and employment 

Athletic Department Staff 60 opportunity, 

ACC Schedule 63 { The University of Maryland is required by Title IX 

( of the Education Amendments of 1972 not to 
The Opponents j discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, 

treatment of students, or employment 
Printed by University of Maryland Press, Henry Kuhn, Manager 

THE 1976-77 MARYLAND BASKETBALL ROSTER 

NO NAME HGT WGT CLASS PREVIOUS SCHOOL HOME TOWN 

50 John Bilney 6-9 215 Fr. Pascak Hills High Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey 

43 Lawrence Boston 6-8 210 Jr. Vincennes Jr. College Cleveland, Ohio 

11 Bill Bryant 6-6 185 Fr. John Carroll High Washington, D.C. 

12 Mark Crawford 6-3 175 Fr. Ferguson High Newport News, Virginia 
30 Brad Davis 6-3 180 Jr. Monaca High Monaca, Pennsylvania 
14 Mike Davis 6-10 230 Jr. Mercer Community College Jacksonville, Florida 

32 Larry Gibson 6-10 210 So. Dunbar High Baltimore, Maryland 

23 David Henderson 6-11 220 Fr. Patrick Henry High Roanoke, Virginia 

35 Jo Jo Hunter 6-3 180 Fr. Mackin High Washington, D.C. 

45 Brian Magid 6-2 180 So. Montgomery Blair High Silver Spring, Maryland 

21 Eric Shrader 5-10 155 So. Great Valley High Malvern, Pennsylvania 
10 Steve Sheppard 6-6 210 Sr. DeWitt Clinton High New York, New York 

22 James Tillman 6-4 190 So. Eastern High Washington, D.C. 




CHARLES G. "LEFTY" DRIESELL 




Coaching basketball and teaching young men is a way 
of life for Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell and no one has 
been more successful at his profession than the dynamic 
Terp Mentor. 

"Lefty" has proven, over the years, that he is a "com- 
plete coach". He ranks as one of the most successful men 
in his profession, one of the winningest active major 
college coaches in the nation. "Lefty" is respected as a 
recruiter, a teacher of fundamentals and for his ability 
to relate to the young men he coaches. 

"Lefty" and Al McGuire of Marquette stand alone as 
the winningest coaches in the nation with over 15 years 
at a Division one school. Eleven of Coach Driesell's 16 
teams have finished the season ranked among the top 20 
in the nation and two have established NCAA records 
for field goal percentage. 

Unlike many of the leading coaches in the nation 
"Lefty" has built his program from the bottom up at 
both of the schools where he has developed winning 
teams. He took over a dormant program at Davidson in 
1960 and developed a program that had the nation's 
third ranked team when he left to accept the challenge 
at College Park. The Terrapins were also in the dol- 
drums suffering through three consecutive losing seasons. 
During 46 years of competition Maryland had achieved 



only two 20-victory seasons and the last of those came 
in 1958. The Terrapins now boast five consecutive 20- 
victory seasons. 

"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. He has always been associated with win- 
ners. As a player even his baseball team was runner-up 
for the Virginia state championship in 1947. 

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 & Mary 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 in Norfolk, 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. His ability to teach fundamentals 
became evident immediately for where is there a better 
test than developing junior varsity talent. His first Junior 
Varsity team won 18 of 22 games and he then continued 
with the talent he had helped develop to win 15 of 20 
with the varsity team at Granby. After moving to New- 
port News High for two years he left with not only a 57 
game winning streak behind him but a state champion- 
ship and 64 wins in only 70 games. 

Thus in 20 years as a coach he has won 419 games 
against only 133 losses and only one of the 20 teams 
ever had a losing season, that his first year at Davidson. 

"Lefty" is known and recognized by basketball fans 
and players throughout the nation. He is loved by many 







and envied by many, but all respect him for what he has 
accomplished 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 playing in the NBA 
as well and Danny Carrell was a Rhodes Scholar from 
Davidson in 1963. 

Perhaps the best testimonial to "Lefty's" coaching 
ability is demonstrated by his peers. He is one of the 
most sought after lecturers in the nation, speaking at 
Basketball Clinics from coast to coast. "Lefty" coaches 
throughout the year, working with his athletes at Mary- 
land during the school year and "coaching the coaches" 
during the summer and early fall. While many coaches 
are asked to concentrate on a specific phase of their 
coaching philosophy "Lefty" is asked for much more. 
One major clinic this past summer listed his topic as 
"Maryland's man-to-man attack and defensive systems 
and drills." With the demands for his appearances he 
held his own camp for only two weeks this past summer. 
He participated in camps in Wheeling, West Virginia, 
and Norfolk, Virginia in addition to his own. He lec- 
tured at Clinics in Newport News, Virginia; Reno, Ne- 
vada; Atlanta, Georgia, the Ohio Coaches Association in 
Canton, Ohio, the Indiana Coaches Association, the Con- 
verse Coaches Clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the 
University of Alabama Coaches Clinic. His last engage- 
ment of the season was the Anaheim Coaches Clinic in 
Anaheim, California on October 8-9. He holds his own 
clinic at Maryland in mid November with over 5,000 
coaches and players attending annually. 

While "Lefty" has been extremely successful in devel- 
oping winning teams, even more importantly he ranks 




as the most successful in producing outstanding individ- 
uals. Young men who have gone on to excel in their 
fututre 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. 

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. Davidson, Virginia, Cincinnati, Point 
Park, and William & Mary have all benefited from hiring 
Driesell proteges. 

While his life revolves around the basketball court the 
Terp Mentor contributes greatly to the University com- 
munity, the athletes and his associates through his active 
participation in the academic life of the University, 
the charitable organizations of the community, and 
the church. He is a father away from home for his 
athletes. Seldom is an awards ceremony held anywhere 
in the Washington Metropolitan area on any level of 
competition 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. They know 
their basketball talents will have been developed to their 
utmost and that they have been a part of something 
special. 

The Maryland players are known and respected by the 
Media throughout the nation for their outstanding post- 
game interviews. Their outstanding ability to converse 
with the media in an intelligent and relaxed manner is 
another of the attributes they gain from "Lefty". 

The Terp coach is always in close touch with his ath- 
letes, 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. 

When "Lefty" took over the dormant program at 
Davidson College his coaching ability became immedi- 
ately 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 (6 
teams in top 20) and a 27-3 record in 1969 "Lefty" 
accepted the challenge of another building program and 
moved on to College Park, Maryland. 

Again "Lefty", with the talent on hand, transformed 
a loser into a winner. He recorded a 13-13 season in 
his first year and followed with a 14-12 and then in only 
his third season led the Terps to a 27-5 record and a 
National Invitational Tournament Championship. He 
followed that with a 23-7 record and a berth in the 
NCAA Eastern Regional Finals and then a 23-5 season 
with third or fourth place national ranking depending 
on which poll or publication you follow. 

A berth in the NCAA Midwest Regional Finals fol- 
lowed with a 24-5 record, a fifth place ranking and a 
All-Time NCAA record for field goal accuracy, hitting 
.547 percent from the field. It was his second NCAA 
field goal accuracy record with the first coming at David- 
son. His 1975-76 team gave him five consecutive 20- 
victory seasons at Maryland with a 22-6 record and 
ranked eleventh in the nation. 

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 
defense are all areas of the game that "Lefty" stresses 



along with conditioning. His teams have excelled in each 
phase. 

No NCAA team has ever been more proficient at shoot- 
ing, his teams always rank among the nations leaders in 
scoring, rebounding, free throw shooting and winning. 
He has never had a team out-rebounded, despite the lack 
of height on some teams. He has often deviated from 
his basic philosophy to adjust to the talent on hand and 
this is the toughest job any coach has. 

Seven of his teams have topped the 50 percent mark 
in field goal percentage. Nine of his teams have scored 
over 80 points a game including the Maryland record of 
89.9 in 1974-75. Eleven of his teams have won over 20 
games in a season. 

"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 neces- 
sary to play the game man-to-man. 

Basketball, especially in the Washington area, has bene- 
fitted from the hard work, dedication 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 athlete's meals in 
addition to keeping close check on the classroom work. 

All of this has contributed to "Lefty" winning 322 
basketball games in just 16 years at a Division One school 
and 419 games in just 20 years as a head coach, at all 
levels. 

He has won 146 games in just seven years at Maryland 
while prior to his arrival it took the Terps 12 years 
to win 145. 

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 Neach, Delaware around midnight 
"Lefty" was credited with helping save the lives of at 
least 10 children and several adults from burning build- 
ings 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 the award. 

Lefty, his attractive wife Joyce and their children 
Patty, Pam, Carolyn and Charles are members of the 
Colesville 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 Fel- 
lowship of Christian Athletes, a member of Beta Gamma 
Sigma Honorary at Maryland and is listed in Marquis' 
Who's Who in the South and the Directory of Inter- 
national Biography. 






LEFTY'S ATHLETIC CAREER 

"Allways a winner" 

1940-46 2nd through 8th grade. Manager of Football, 
Basketball and Baseball teams at Granby High. Re- 
ceived first letter in 4th grade. The youngest to ever 
receive a letter in school history. State football cham- 
pions and undefeated in both 1944 and 1945. 

1946^7 9th grade — played on undefeated State Cham- 
pions in Football with winning streak of 33 straight 
games. Won first Oyster Bowl game 6-0 over Clifton, 
New Jersey. 

— played on JV Basketball team 
winning 13 straight before losing last game of season 
23-21. 

— played on Baseball team that was 
runner-up for state championship. 

1947-48 10th grade — played varsity football, basketball 
and baseball. Basketball team was 14-7. 



1948-49 11th grade — played on basketball team that 
was third in state. All-City and All-Tidewater honors. 
Also played varsity baseball. 

1949-50 12th grade — played varsity basketball on Vir- 
ginia State Champions. All-State, All-Toumament and 
Outstanding Player in State Tournament. Received 
Scholarship to Duke University. Also played varsity 
baseball. 

1950-54 — played at Duke University. Blue Devils rank- 
ed 10th in nation in 1954 and winners of Dixie Classic. 

1956 — Coach and Teacher at Granby High — His JV 
Football team, 5-0, was not scored on until last game 
of season. His JV Basketball team was 18-4, Eastern 
District Tidewater Champions and Invitational Tour- 
nament champions. 

1957 — His Granby High JV Football team was undefeat- 
ed, 5-0-1 while his Varsity basketball team was 15-6 
and City Champions. 

1958-60 — His Newport News Varsity Basketball team 
was 64-6, won the State Championship and ran win- 
ning streak to a state record 57 games. 



FIFTEEN YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 
Won 322 Lost 118 Pet.— .732 

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 



1963 


A.P. Poll 


18th 


Davidson 


1964 


A.P. Poll 


10th 


Davidson 


1965 


A.P. Poll 


6th 


Davidson 


1966 


A.P. Poll 


16th 


Davidson 


1968 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Davidson 


1969 


A.P. Poll 


3rd 


Davidson 


1972 


A.P. Poll 


11th 


Maryland 


1973 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Maryland 


1974 


A.P. Poll 


4th 


Maryland 


1975 


A.P. Poll 


5th 


Maryland 


1976 


A.P. Poll 


11th 


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 


Davidson 


1961-62 


Davidson 


1962-63 


Davidson 


1963-64 


Davidson 


1964-65 


Davidson 


1965-66 


Davidson 


1966-67 


Davidson 


1967-68 


Davidson 


1968-69 


Davidson 


1969-70 


Maryland 


1970-71 


Maryland 


1971-72 


Maryland 


1972-73 


Maryland 


1973-74 


Maryland 


1974-75 


Maryland 


1975-76 


Maryland 



Won 18 


Lost 


4 


Won 15 


Lost 


5 


Won 64 


Lost 


6 


Won 97 


Lost 


15 


Won 9 


Lost 


14 


Won 14 


Lost 


11 


Won 20 


Lost 


7 


Won 22 


Lost 


4 


Won 24 


Lost 


2 


Won 21 


Lost 


7 


Won 15 


Lost 


12 


Won 24 


Lost 


5 


Won 27 


Lost 


3 


Won 13 


Lost 


13 


Won 14 


Lost 


12 


Won 27 


Lost 


5 


Won 23 


Lost 


7 


Won 23 


Lost 


5 


Won 24 


Lost 


5 


Won 22 


Lost 


6 



COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING STATISTICS 







Shooting 








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Opp. 




opp. 






YEAR 


FGA 


FGM 


PCT 


FTA 


FTM 


PCT 


AVG 


AVG 


AVG 


AVG 


w 


L 


1960-61 


1,321 


571 


.432 


596 


407 


.683 


41.6 


38.9 


67.4 


69.8 


9 


14 


1961-62 


1,411 


617 


.437 


679 


493 


.726 


42.7 


39.4 


69.1 


69.8 


14 


11 


1962-63 


1,632 


792 


.485 


641 


477 


.744 


42.8 


33.9 


76.3 


65.8 


20 


7 


1963-64 


1,644 


894 


.543 


722 


534 


.739 


45.2 


34.3 


89.3 


70.5 


22 


4 


1964-65 


1,784 


908 


.509 


672 


484 


.720 


47.3 


38.4 


88.5 


70.9 


24 


2 


1965-66 


1,713 


877 


.512 


739 


563 


.762 


43.2 


37.4 


82.8 


70.8 


21 


7 


1966-67 


1,645 


760 


.466 


709 


537 


.757 


43.0 


40.1 


76.6 


71.1 


15 


12 


1967-68 


1,791 


885 


.494 


795 


562 


.708 


46.6 


37.6 


80.5 


68.9 


24 


5 


1968-69 


2,105 


984 


.467 


886 


645 


.728 


51.0 


39.2 


87.1 


73.6 


27 


3 


1969-70 


1,709 


781 


.457 


586 


417 


.712 


42.5 


41.6 


76.1 


74.7 


13 


13 


1970-71 


1,650 


735 


.445 


715 


4S0 


.715 


44.4 


40.3 


75.0 


73.4 


14 


12 


1971-72 


1,877 


929 


.495 


786 


586 


.746 


43.4 


32.5 


76.4 


65.8 


27 


5 


1972-73 


2.094 


1,089 


.520 


606 


435 


.718 


45.4 


34.8 


87.1 


74.2 


23 


7 


1973-74 


1,983 


1,012 


.510 


504 


376 


.746 


48.9 


38.1 


85.7 


69.0 


23 


5 


1974-75 


1,918 


1,049 


.547 


672 


509 


.757 


43.5 


34.5 


89.9 


74.6 


24 


5 


1975-76 


1,854 


996 


.537 


629 


477 


.758 


40.2 


36.6 


88.2 


74.3 


22 


6 



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 ball to the big men inside and as you can see we have 
had four legitimate All-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 Ail-Americans. 

Our philosophy has always been that you must get 
everyone involved in the offense and you must have good 
movement of the ball 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'ir 
Doug Cook 6'6" 
Bill Jarman 6'6" 



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



John Lucas 6'4" 
Dave Moser 61" 
Howard White 61" 
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 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 

Dong Cook Davidson 70 All Conference, 2nd Round 

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

9.6 rebs 

#3 Men 

Terry Holland 67" Davidson '64 15.7 pts— 10.0 rebs 
Jim O'Brien 67" Maryland 73 16.6 pts— 7.8 rebs, 7th 
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 

#1 Men 

John Lucas 6'4" Maryland 76 2,015 pts All-American 
First Pick in NBA Draft. All-Time Maryland scorer. 
Dave Moser 6'1" Davidson '69 All Conference and start- 
ing point man (3 years) 

Howard White 6T" Maryland 72 15.6 pts Presently 
Maryland Assistant Coach 

Brad Davis 6'3" Maryland 78, 299 assists and 690 pts 
in first two years 



COACH DRIESELLS 
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 believe 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 will also have full 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 6 9" -I 
Mike Maloy 6 8 



D. G. Martin 6'3" 
Doug Cook 6 6' 




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



Wayne Huckel 6'3" 
Barry Teague 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 

Guards 

Mo Howard 6'3" Maryland 76 
Bob Bodell 6'4" Maryland 72 
Wayne Huckel 6'3" Davidson 70 
Barry Teague 6'2" Davidson '65 



THE NATION'S TOP BASKETBALL STAFF 



Joe Harrington has beeen an important part of Mary- 
land basketball for the past thirteen years. He came to 
the University of Maryland from Morse High in Bath 
Maine where he had achieved Ail-American status. Dur- 
ing his playing career he served as the Co-Captain of the 
Terps, playing in the highly competitive Atlantic Coast 
Conference. He was drafted by the Boston Celtics upon 
graduation. 

When "Lefty" Driesell was named Coach of the Ter- 
rapins 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 
Schopfer, a graduate of the University of Maryland and 
also the University of Maryland Law School. 






Wil Jones joined the Terrapin coaching staff this past 
Spring when Dave Pritchett left to assume the head 
coaching duties at Davidson. "We were looking for 
someone with an outstanding coaching record and Wil 
Jones certainly has this" said Driesell when he landed 
the extremely popular Jones as his assistant. 

Jones, 35, was a former College Division All-American 
at American University and was also All-Metropolitan at 
Dunbar high in Washington, D.C. He led the AU Eagles 
to the NCAA College Division playoffs three straight 
years while setting AU scoring records. 

Wil was drafted by the NBA Los Angeles Lakers 
upon graduation and played for a year with the Wash- 
ington Tapers of the ABL before becoming an assistant 
at Wakefield High in Northern Virginia for five years. 
He went to Robinson High, Fairfax, Virginia, as head 
coach and became the only coach in Northern Virginia 
History to guide his team into the regional playoffs in 
its first varsity season. His teams at Robinson compiled 
a 76-19 record. 

On joining "Lefty" Wil said "I am elated at being 
selected by Maryland and "Lefty" as an assistant coach. 
I have seen "Lefty" build the Maryland program and 
Maryland has been a winner ever since he has been 
there. Where else could I go better than Maryland"? 



THE NATION'S TOP BASKETBALL STAFF 



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

One of the finest guards to ever play at Maryland, he 
was a student of the game as a player and this has con- 
tributed 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 invalu- 
able to my future endeavors whatever they may be" says 
White. "My years here at Maryland have enlightened 
my life and shed a great deal of worldliness on basket- 
ball and life itself." 

White was extremely popular with the fans as a player 
and his popularity has grown with his tenure as a coach. 





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GRADUATE ASSISTANT: James 
"Obie" O'Brien joined Coach 
"Lefty" Driesell's staff this year, com- 
ing to the Terps from St. Joseph's 
where he played on the MAC Cham- 
pionship team in 1974. A native of 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he 
won the Markward and Goode 
awards while playing for Roman 
Catholic High. Married the former 
Sharon Ramsay on 8/27/76. 




BASKETBALL TRAINER: Robert 
James Weir joined the Maryland 
Athletic Department in 1970, coming 
to the Terps from the Naval Acade- 
my where he trained for three years 
under Red Romo as a Hospitalman 
2nd class in the Navy. A native of 
Chelsea, Michigan he attended Oliver 
College prior to entering the Navy 
and is a graduate of the ftavy Physi- 
cal Therapy Technical School. He 
has worked with all sports at Mary- 
land and trained the National Cham- 
pionship Lacrosse team. 




STUDENT MANAGER: In his 

fourth year as head student manager 
"Jumpin" John Pavlos serves as 
Coach Driesell's right hand man. 
His responsibilities run from check- 
ing the air pressure in die practice 
balls to keeping the Coach's Bible, 
the teams efficiency rating sheet. He 
is a native of Timonium, Maryland 
where he attended Dulaney High. 
He is enrolled in the school of Radio 
and Television and has worked as a 
professional Disc Jockey. DATE OF 
BIRTH 10, 8/55. 



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LAWRENCE 
BOSTON 

JUNIOR 
6'8", 210 lbs 

S'lO 1 ^" REACH 
(W^^ CLEVELAND, OHIO 






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Lawrence Boston started 15 games for the Terra- 
pins in his first year with the team. Boston, a true 
forward, moved underneath when Larry Gibson 
was injured in the sixteenth game of the season. He 
finished as the leading rebounder with 249 and 
scored 246 points. With Gibson returning and 
added depth at center he will return to forward for 
his junior season. In his first collegiate game for 
the Terps he scored 17 points and pulled in 17 re- 
bounds then later followed with 16 rebounds in a 
pair of games. Boston came to Maryland from Vin- 
cennes Junior College after just one year at that JC 
powerhouse. Having entered Maryland as a sopho- 
more he will have three years with the Terps. Dur- 
ing his senior year at John F. Kennedy High he 
averaged 25 points, 18 rebounds and seven blocked 
shots per game and was one of the most sought after 
big men. While at Vincennes he averaged 12 points 
a game and 10.7 rebounds leading the team to a 29- 
5 record. He 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. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 5/18/56 




Allen L. Bradfield 
Vincennes J. C. 





GP GS FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

28 15 106 195 .544 34 33 .642 249(8.9) 22 87-5 246 8.8 



Sophomore 



"Lefty" says: 

"Laivrence will return to his natural position this year, which is forivard, after taking over for Larry Gibson 
at center last year when Gibson ivas injured in the North Carolina game. If Laivrence does the job for us 
defensively and on the boards we can stay in tlie national picture." 



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30 

BRAD 
DAVIS 

JUNIOR 
6'3", 180 lbs 

8'1" REACH 
MONACA, PA. 

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Brad Davis has been a two year starter on the 
point for the Terrapins, taking over as a freshman 
when John Lucas suffered a broken collarbone. He 
scored 364 points to go with 134 assists as a fresh- 
man and came back last year with 326 points and 
165 assists. His passing, ball handling, shooting 
and overall play led to Coach Driesell installing 
the three guard offense. Davis established himself 
in the ACC as a freshman with second team all- 
league honors. He has not only led the team in 
assists for two years but many of them are the kind 
that thrill the fans and befuddle the opposition. In 
two years Davis has hit 55 percent of his shots from 
the field and 81 percent from the three throw line, 
scoring 690 points. Four times he has topped the 
20 point mark with 20 against George Washington 
and Clemson, 22 against Duquesne, and a career 
high of 24 against Virginia as a freshman. As a 
sophomore he twice had 10 assists in a game, 
against Wake Forest and North Carolina State. He 
attended Monaca High and averaged 27 points a 
game his senior year. During his three year high 
school career he scored 1,209 points and led his 
team to 64 wins with only 1 1 losses. He was select- 
ed to the All-State team two years and was named 
the MVP in the Dapper Dan Classic playing against 
his Maryland teammate Lawrence Boston. In addi- 
tion to the Dapper Dan Classic he also played in 
the Quiley Classic. He is also an outstanding base- 
ball player and was selected by the Pittsburgh Pi- 
rates in the 1974 spring draft. His older brother 
Mickey plays for the Milwaukee Bucks and his 
younger brother Scott became a starter while play- 
ing for Monaca Junior High. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/17/55 




Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis 



David Nichol 
Monaca High 





GP GS FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

Freshman 29 28 141 243 .580 82 100 .820 95 134 90-7 364 12.6 

Sophomore 28 28 117 228 .513 92 116 .793 73 165 89-5 326 11.6 



"Lefty" says: 

"In my estimation Brad is the best in the business at leading the fast break. He controls our offense and as 
he goes so goes our ball club. If he has a super year Maryland zuill be super." 



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32 

LARRY 
GIBSON 

SOPHOMORE 
6'10", 210 lbs 

9'1" REACH 
BALTIMORE, MD. 





Larry Gibson got off to a good start for the Ter- 
rapins as a freshman, starting the first 16 games. 
He suffered a knee injury on the first trip down the 
court against North Carolina in the sixteenth game 
and was out the rest of the year. Prior to his injury 
the Terps had won 13 of 15 games. He scored 14 
points along with 14 rebounds in his first collegiate 
start and has a career high of 17 rebounds against 
Richmond and 18 points against Boston University. 
He scored 188 points with a 11.8 scoring average 
and team leading 9.8 rebound average. Gibson 
came to Maryland from Dunbar High in Baltimore. 
During his three years as a starter there he led the 
team to an impressive 64-4 record with one of those 
wins coming over Adrian Dantley and DeMatha 
High. He averaged 18 points and 20 rebounds for 
his high school career and during his senior year 
he averaged 24 points while pulling down 20 re- 
bounds per game. While in high he was accorded 
several All-American honors and participated in the 
Dapper Dan Classic. He came to Maryland as the 
tallest Terp since the Tom McMillen era and im- 
mediately established himself as the center. He will 
be joined by Junior College Transfer Mike Davis 
and David Henderson along with John Bilney to 
give the Terps added height up front. His talent 
contributed greatly to the success of the three guard 
offense last year. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 1/14/56 





Mr. and Mrs. Boyd 




GP GS FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

Freshman 16 16 77 139 .554 34 46 .739 157(9.8) 6 59-2 188 11.8 



"Lefty" says: 

"Larry zvas a starter last year until he broke his knee cap. He has added zveight and strength through 
'pumping iron' (lifting ivcighfs). He should be stroiiger under the boards and more aggrcsswe this time 
around. He must help us control the boards and play tough defense for us to be a national contender." 



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BRIAN 
MAG ID 

SOPHOMORE 
6'2", 180 lbs 

7'U" REACH 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 






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Brian Magid came to Maryland from nearby 
Montgomery Blair High where he had an outstand- 
ing career. While at Blair he led the team to the 
Maryland State Basketball Tournament and the 
State Championship with a win over DuVal High. 
He was named the MVP in the state championship 
tournament, was accorded first team All-State hon- 
ors and was listed as one of the top 100 prep players 
in the country. He played in 21 games as a fresh- 
man scoring 67 points while hitting 63 percent of 
the shots he took. He is recognized as one of the 
finest pure shooters in the league and delights the 
fans with his 20 to 25 foot jumpers that discourage 
the use of a zone defense against the Terps. Prior 
to entering Maryland he played in the AAU Na- 
tional Tournament in New Orleans for the Execu- 
tive III team of Washington. The Washington team 
defeated the host New Orleans team before losing 
to a team from New York. He also played on the 
U.S. All Star team that played in the Metro Classic. 
He also played baseball while at Montgomery Blair. 
He scored eight points in his first collegiate game 
as a freshman. He is a favorite of the Terp fans 
who immediately began to chant shoot-shoot as 
soon as he touches the basketball. He lists Music 
as his hobby. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 2/20/57 





Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Magid 



Gene Doane 
Montgomery Blair 





GP FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

21 29 46 .630 9 11 .818 12 5 11 67 3.2 



Freshman 



"Lefty" says: 

"Brian shoots the basketball like it has radar. He is a valuable asset to our basketball team both on and off 
the court. He has a super attitude and is an important part of our team. He can BUST open a zone defense." 



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STEVE 
SHEPPARD 



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SENIOR 
6'6", 210 lbs 

8'6" REACH 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 





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Steve Sheppard, known as the "Bear" is starting 
his third season with the Terps and is counted on 
to be the team leader both on and off the court. He 
was a Gold Medal winner with the United States 
Basketball team in the Olympics. He started all 28 
games for the Terps as a junior after sharing start- 
ing duties his sophomore year. He twice hit a career 
high of 28 points, the first in the opening game of 
the season against East Carolina and then against 
Long Island University. His career high of 19 re- 
bounds came in the big win over Georgetown and 
he scored in double figures in all but the Princeton 
game, a low scoring affair. Steve enrolled at Mary- 
land in 1973 but was forced to sit out his freshman 
year for academic reasons. He then achieved ACC 
Honor Roll honors with his B plus average in his 
junior year. He was the "Player of the Year" for 
the city of New York in his senior year at DeWitt 
Clinton High, and received the "Iron Horse" award 
as a symbol of that honor. He was the MVP in the 
Kutcher's All-American game, in the Public-Cath- 
olic League All-Star game and the New Jersey- 
New York All-Star game. Steve scored 416 points 
as a sophomore and added 494 points last year. 
Also as a sophomore he pulled in 217 rebounds 
and topped that with 246 as a junior. His 910 
points have moved him into the top 15 Ail-Time 
Maryland scorers. As a sophomore his high game 
was 27 points against Duquesne. In a 1975 pre- 
season game with the Russian National team he 
pulled in 15 rebounds leading both teams. In 
Coach Driesell's pro-type offense "Bear" can play- 
both the small and big forward spot effectively. 
He is accustomed to winning, playing on two cham- 
pionship teams in high, and then the Olympic 
Championship team. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 3/21/54 




Mr. and Mrs. David Sheppard 



John Wyles 
DeWitt Clinton High 





GP GS FGM FGA 

Sophomore 29 166 320 

Junior 28 28 203 358 



.PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

.519 84 118 .712 217(7.5) 25 62 416 14.3 

.567 88 124 .710 246(8.8) 39 73 494 17.6 



"Lefty" says: 

"Steve is our Captain and leader and one of (he most dedicated athletes ice have ever had at Maryland. He is 
a complete player, led the teeam in our efficiency rating last year, and should have a great senior year." 



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21 

ERIC 
SHRADER 

SOPHOMORE 
5'10", 155 lbs 

7'4" REACH 
MALVERN, PA. 



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Eric is the only player on the Maryland team 
under 6"2" but is a big part of the team. He came 
to Maryland after an outstanding career both aca- 
demically and athletically at Great Valley High in 
Malvern. He 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 starter for Coach Rich- 
ard Delaney, he scored 1,226 points averaging 12 
as a sophomore, 21 as a junior and 20 his last 
season. He enrolled in the Pre-Med program at 
Maryland. While in high he was a member of the 
National Honor Society and a finalist for a Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship. His father Bill played 
with Coach Driesell at Duke. His younger brother 
Mark played with Eric his last year in high and 
average 12 points, the same as Eric when he was a 
sophomore. Eric played in 1 1 games as a freshman. 
He lists reading and music as his hobbies. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 1/14/57 




Mr. and Mrs. William Shrader 



Dick DeLaney 
Great Valley High School 






GP GS FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB-AVG ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

Freshman 11 6 12 .500 4 8 .500 2 3 16 1.5 



"Lefty" says: 

"Eric is a great competitor who broke most of our conditioning records this fall. He is a straight "A" student 
icho icorks hard in practice and adds a great deal to our University and team." 



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22 

JAMES 
TILLMAN 

SOPHOMORE 
6' 4", 190 lbs 

8'5" REACH 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 



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James "Turkey" Tillman joined the Terrapins 
after an outstanding career at Eastern High in 
nearby Washington. D.C. where he averaged 21.3 
points a game but was even more impressive as a 
rebounder and defensive player. "Turk" was the 
only player to start for Eastern's number one 
ranked teams in 1973-74 and 1974-75. An outstand- 
ing leaper he plays the wing position in Coach 
Driesell's offensive scheme. He was selected the 
MVP in the Capital Classic, after scoring 24 points, 
following his senior year at Eastern. He played in 
20 games as a freshman, scoring 108 points and 
pulling in 44 rebounds. He scored in double figures 
in three of his first four collegiate games with his 
season high of 18 points in the Boston University 
game. He scored 13 against DePauw and had 10 
in his first collegiate game and later added 10 
against Navy at the Capital Centre. 




Mrs. Audrey Williams 



A. B. Williamson 
Eastern High 






Freshman 



GP 

20 



GS 



FGM 

41 



FGA 

87 



.PCT 

.471 



FTM 
26 



FTA 

31 



.PCT 

.839 



REB-AVG 

44 



ASST 
12 



PF-DSQ 
31 



POINTS 

108 



AVG 

5.4 



"Lefty" says: 

"James played superbly at times last year and you icill hear from him if he plays up to his potential. He 
is the best 7iatural jump shooter on the team." 



23 



THE NEW TERPS 




50 JOHN BILNEY — 6'9" 215 lbs with a 8'8i/ 2 " 
reach. Freshman from Pascak Hills High who an- 
nounced his intentions to attend Maryland in January 
ending the recruiting drive of more than 110 schools. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 2/25/58 



11 BILL BRYANT — 6'6" 185 lbs with a 8'4" reach. 
Freshman from nearby John Carroll High in Washing- 
ton, D.C. Considered an outstanding swing man while 
playing for Bill Barnes. DATE OF BIRTH: 10/12. 57 









12 MARK CRAWFORD — 6'3" 175 lbs with a 8' 
reach. Freshman from Ferguson High in Newport News, 
Virginia. Another who announced his intentions to at- 
tend Maryland early to end the recruiting. DATE OF 
BIRTH: 9. 16/58 



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THE NEW TERPS 



14 MIKE DAVIS — 6'10" 230 lbs with a 8'lli/ 2 " 
reach. Junior College All-American at Mercer County 
Community College who earned an invitation to Olympic 
camp, but passed it up to continue studies. DATE OF 
BIRTH: 8/2/56. 





23 DAVID HENDERSON — 6'11" 220 lbs with a 
8'10" reach. Freshman from Patrick Henry High in 
Roanoke, Virginia. An Engineering Major who made 
most of his improvement his last two years in high. 
DATE OF BIRTH: 5/4/58 



35 JO JO HUNTER — 6'3", 180 lbs with a 8T" 
reach. Freshman from nearby Mackin High in Washing- 
ton, D.C. Led Washington area in scoring with 28 point 
average. Can play both guard positions. DATE OF 
BIRTH: 4/15/57 




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THE DRIESELL ERA 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 145 games in 12 years. The record for the 
12 year period was 145-54. 

Lefty is entering his eighth season with a 146-53 
record and his last five teams have won 22 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, 24-5 and 22-6 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 consecu- 
tive teams ranked among the Nation's top ten. 




HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DRIESELL ERA. 
(Attendance) 



1969-70 14 



26 



1970-71 15 



26 
1971-72 14 



32 



1972-73 13 



30 



Home Games 

Average 

Games 

Average 

Home Games 

Average 

Games 

Average 

Home Games 

Average 

Games 

Average 

Home Games 

Average 

Games 

Average 



138,600 

9,900 

221,153 

8,506 

180,842 

12,056 
273,553 

10,521 
184,323 

13,166 
352,436 

11,014 
172,828 

13,294 
340,964 

11,365 



1973-74 13 



28 



1974-75 14 



29 



1975-76 15 



28 



Home Games 


157,357 


Average 


12,104 


Games 


288,764 


Average 


10,313 


Home Games 


187,971 


Average 


13,427 


Games 


314,341 


Average 


10,839 


Home Games 


196,656 


Average 


13,110 


Games 


343,785 


Average 


12,278 



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 
Sportswriters Association. 



1975-76 



Defeated Creighton and Notre Dame in Mid- 
west Regionals before losing to Louisville in 
Midwest Championship game. Won the ACC 
Regular season title with a 10-2 league record 
and the first Maryland team and only second 
ever to sweep all four games in North Caro- 
lina against the four ACC teams. Established 
the All-Time NCAA record for field goal per- 
centage with a .547. 

John Lucas, a two-year consensus All-Ameri- 
can became the all-time Maryland scorer with 
2,015 points. Fifth consecutive 22-plus victory 
season. Won first 11 games of season for best 
start ever. Set home attendance record and 
best free throw shooting team ever at Mary- 
land, with .758. 



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TEAM STATISTICS— GAME BY GAME— 1975-76 





FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FT A 


.PCT 


REBOUNDS 


PF-DSQ 


POINTS BY 


PERIODS 


Maryland 
East Carolina 


51 
36 


88 
92 


.579 
.391 


25 

12 


32 

18 


.781 
.667 


63 

38 


23-1 

25-1 


64 

41 


63 

43 


— 127 

— 84 


Maryland 
DePauvv 


43 
18 


72 
68 


.597 
.264 


13 
6 


17 
12 


.764 
.500 


51 
34 


16 
14 


55 
20 


44 
22 


— 99 

— 42 


Maryland 
Richmond 


40 
29 


69 

77 


.579 
.376 


18 
13 


25 
23 


.820 
.565 


49 
42 


25-2 
19-1 


47 
44 


51 

27 


— 98 

— 71 


Maryland 
Boston Univ. 


51 

36 


77 
79 


.662 
.455 


20 
10 


30 
12 


.667 
.833 


43 
26 


19 

27 


52 
44 


70 
38 


— 122 

— 82 


Maryland 
Georgia Tech 


38 
29 


56 
67 


.679 
.433 


17 

7 


22 
11 


.773 
.636 


36 
28 


16-1 
20-1 


43 
33 


50 
32 


— 93 

— 65 


Maryland 
Fordham 


27 
21 


52 
53 


.519 

.396 


27 
14 


33 
18 


.519 

.778 


35 
30 


19 

27-2 


29 
21 


52 
35 


— 81 

— 56 


Maryland 
UNC— Charlotte 


28 
24 


51 
50 


.549 
.480 


14 
12 


18 
19 


.778 
.631 


27 
32 


21-1 
20-1 


40 
34 


30 
26 


— 70 

— 60 


Maryland 
Seton Hall 


45 
29 


78 
82 


.577 
.353 


14 

11 


16 
15 


.875 
.733 


50 
42 


17-1 
17-1 


45 
29 


49 
40 


— 104 

— 69 


Maryland 
Princeton 


22 
27 


40 

58 


.550 
.466 


22 

5 


28 
7 


.786 
.714 


33 
22 


13-1 
23-1 


28 
34 


38 
35 


— 66 

— 59 


Maryland 

Long Island Univ. 


49 
37 


82 
90 


.598 
.411 


13 
14 


19 

17 


.684 
.823 


48 
44 


19 
19 


56 
42 


55 
46 


— Ill 

— 88 


Maryland 

George Washington 


35 
33 


67 
86 


.522 
.383 


12 

6 


23 

8 


.521 
.750 


44 

48 


13 
22-1 


51 
33 


31 
39 


— 82 

— 72 


Maryland 
Wake Forest 


39 
39 


66 
71 


.591 
.549 


15 
18 


18 
21 


.833 

.857 


31 
34 


19 
19 


40 
46 


53 
50 


— 93 

— 96 


Maryland 
N.C. State 


30 

28 


61 
79 


.492 
.354 


27 
13 


32 
19 


.844 
.684 


44 
44 


21 

27-2 


38 
29 


49 
40 


— 87 

— 69 


Maryland 

Navy 


35 
27 


72 
76 


.486 
.355 


17 
15 


23 
18 


.739 
.833 


56 
36 


22 
15 


46 
23 


41 
46 


— 87 

— 69 


Maryland 
Clemson 


31 
34 


65 
61 


.477 
.557 


15 
14 


23 
21 


.652 
.667 


42 
29 


21-2 
20-2 


30 
33 


47 
49 


— 77 

— 82 


Maryland 
North Carolina 


37 
37 


71 
66 


.520 
.561 


19 
21 


26 
26 


.731 

.808 


38 
30 


30-3 
24-2 


47 
37 


40-6- 93 
50-8- 95 


Maryland 
N.C. State 


42 
33 


82 
73 


.512 

.452 


18 
18 


22 
23 


.818 

.782 


46 
40 


21 
19 


51 
39 


51 
45 


— 102 

— 84 


Maryland 
Notre Dame 


25 
28 


51 
67 


.490 
.418 


19 

7 


31 
15 


.613 
.467 


39 
46 


19-1 
25-1 


38 
40 


31 

23 


— 69 

— 63 


Maryland 
Virginia 


28 
30 


55 
66 


.509 
.455 


13 
6 


19 
11 


.684 
.545 


26 
37 


16-0 
20-2 


45 
31 


24 
35 


— 69 

— 66 


Maryland 
Duke 


37 
39 


69 
74 


.536 
.527 


28 
13 


29 
17 


.966 
.764 


32 
37 


20-2 
23-2 


45 
42 


57 
49 


— 102 

— 91 


Maryland 
North Carolina 


33 
29 


73 

48 


.452 
.604 


3 
23 


6 
29 


.500 
.793 


36 
32 


23-2 
13-0 


40 
41 


29 
40 


— 69 

— 81 


Maryland 
Clemson 


39 
39 


76 
79 


.510 
.490 


20 
11 


23 
17 


.870 
.650 


35 
49 


19-0 
20-1 


55 
41 


43 
48 


— 98 

— 89 


Maryland 
Georgetown 


30 
30 


62 
71 


.484 
.423 


12 
3 


19 
5 


.632 
.600 


40 
38 


13-0 
19-1 


28 
31 


44 
32 


— 72 

— 63 


Maryland 
Duke 


29 

28 


65 

57 


.446 
.491 


9 
13 


14 
24 


.643 
.542 


35 
42 


19-0 
21-2 


32 
36 


35 
33 


— 67 

— 69 


Maryland 
Wake Forest 


40 
37 


69 
93 


.580 
.398 


25 
17 


30 
21 


.833 
.810 


47 
46 


25-1 
27-0 


55 
36 


50 
55 


— 105 

— 91 


Maryland 
Virginia 


30 
32 


56 
61 


.536 
.525 


21 
9 


24 
14 


.875 
.643 


29 
31 


15-0 
20-0 


44 
37 


37 
36 


— 81 

— 73 


Maryland 
Duke 


33 
33 


68 
64 


.485 
.516 


14 
12 


17 
18 


.824 
.667 


37 
37 


22-1 
16-5 


39 
46 


35 
28 


— 80 

— 78 


Maryland 
Virginia 


29 
25 


62 
46 


.468 
.543 


7 
23 


10 
30 


.700 

.767 


31 
30 


28-2 
14-0 


31 
37 


34 
36 


— 65 

— 73 



Best Free Throw Percentage: .966 ag Duke, Feb. 7 (28 of 29) 

Best Free Throw Percentage (Season) : .758 (477 of 629) 

Largest Home Attendance: 196,656 (15 games) 

Best Start In A Season: 11 consecutive wins (1975-76) 

Consecutive 20 Victory Seasons: 5 (1971-72 to 1975-76) 

Most Consecutive Free Throws In Game: 28 ag Duke, Feb. 7, 1976 



28 



FINAL 1975-76 VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS 
WON 22 Lost 6 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


REB - AVG 


ASST 


PF-DSQ 


POINTS 


AVG 


John Lucas 


28 


28 


233 


456 


.511 


91 


117 


.778 


109 


86 


77-2 


557 


19.9 


Steve Sheppard 


28 


28 


203 


358 


.567 


88 


124 


.710 


246(8.8) 


39 


73 


494 


17.6 


Maurice Howard 


28 


21 


151 


264 


.572 


72 


87 


.828 


85 


54 


90-6 


374 


13.4 


Brad Davis 


28 


28 


117 


228 


.513 


92 


116 


.793 


73 


165 


89-5 


326 


11.6 


Lawrence Boston 


28 


15 


106 


195 


.544 


34 


53 


.642 


249(8.9) 


22 


87-5 


246 


8.8 


Larry Gibson 


16 


16 


77 


139 


.554 


34 


46 


.739 


157(9.8) 


6 


59.2 


188 


11.8 


James Tillman 


20 




41 


87 


.471 


26 


31 


.839 


44 


12 


31 


108 


5.4 


Brian Magid 


21 




29 


46 


.630 


9 


11 


.818 


12 


5 


11 


67 


3.2 


Chris Patton 


14 


4 


18 


35 


.514 


14 


18 


.778 


36 





24 


50 


3.6 


John Newsome 


14 




10 


21 


.476 


11 


14 


.786 


23 


2 


13 


31 


2.2 


Eric Shrader 


11 




6 


12 


.500 


4 


8 


.500 





2 


3 


16 


1.5 


John Boyle 


13 




5 


11 


.455 





2 





8 


2 


3 


10 


0.8 


Pat Hand 


9 







2 




2 


2 


1000 
TEAM 


2 
82 


2 


2 


2 


0.2 


MARYLAND 


28 




996 


1854 


.537 


477 


629 


.758 


1126(40.2) 


397 


562-20 


2469 


88.2 


OPPONENTS 


28 




867 


1954 


.444 


346 


489 


.708 
TEAM 


1024(36.6) 
102 


307 


575-25 


2080 


74.3 



DEAD BALL REBOUNDS 
MISSED SHOTS 
REBOUNDS 



TOTAL 90 (Maryland 44 Opponents 46) 
TOTAL 2240 (Maryland 1010 Opponents 1230) 
TOTAL 2240 (Maryland 1170 Opponents 1070) 



ATTENDANCE FOR 1975-76 

Games Total Average 









Home 




15 


196 


,656 




13,110 


















Away 




13 


147,129 




11,317 


















Total 




28 


343,785 




12,278 














GAME BY GAME 


— INDIVIDUAL SCORING AND REBOUNDING - 


- 1975-76 










LUCAS 


SHEPPARD 


GIBSON 


DAVIS 


HOWARD 


BOSTON 


TILLMAN 


MAGID 


NEWSOME 


BOYLE 


PATTON 


SHRADEB 


. HAND 


East Carolina 




24-3 


28-5 


14-14 


7-3 


16-8 


17-17 


10-5 


8-1 


XXX 


2-1 






1-0 


0-1 


DePauw 




14-1 


17-10 


13-9 


12-0 


6-4 


16-16 


13-6 


6-2 


XXX 


0-1 






2-0 


0-1 


Richmond 




19-6 


24-7 


8-17 


15-5 


7-2 


17-6 


6-3 


2-1 


XXX 


0-0 






0-0 


XXX 


Boston Univ. 




22-4 


21-10 


18-8 


10-1 


12-4 


11-9 


18-4 


5-0 


XXX 


0-3 






5-0 


0-0 


Georgia Tech 




16-5 


17-11 


17-10 


8-2 


12-2 


11-3 


4-2 


6-1 


XXX 


2-0 






0-0 


0-0 


Fordham 




16-1 


17-8 


12-14 


16-4 


8-2 


0-0 


6-3 


4-0 


XXX 


0-1 






2-0 


0-0 


UNC— Charlotte 


22-6 


12-5 


8-8 


10-2 


13-2 


3-2 


2-0 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 






XXX 


XXX 


Seton Hall 




21-2 


18-11 


10-8 


10-2 


14-3 


12-13 


6-1 


4-5 


3-1 


2-0 






4-0 


0-0 


Princeton 




11-2 


4-5 


14-10 


15-3 


12-3 


10-8 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 






XXX 


XXX 


Long Island 




26-3 


28-8 


16-12 


10-4 


7-4 


8-8 


8-4 


2-0 


2-2 


2-1 






0-0 


2-0 


George Washington 


11-5 


20-9 


15-13 


20-4 


11-0 


5-4 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 






XXX 


XXX 


Wake Forest 




34-5 


17-7 


13-6 


15-2 


6-0 


8-10 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 






XXX 


XXX 


N.C. State 




15-4 


16-11 


8-9 


11-2 


25-10 


6-5 


2-0 


2-0 


0-1 


2-0 






XXX 


xxx 


Navy 




12-2 


20-11 


10-13 


2-2 


10-2 


12-10 


10-5 


4-0 


7-4 


0-0 


0-1 




0-0 


0-0 


Clemson 




23-5 


15-11 


4-5 


14-4 


15-2 


4-12 


0-1 


2-0 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 




XXX 


xxx 


North Carolina 


(ot) 


19-3 


20-10 


8-3 


9-3 


13-3 


14-10 


9-2 


0-0 


1-3 


XXX 


0-0 




XXX 


xxx 


N.C. State 




34-7 


11-6 


XXX 


14-6 


25-7 


10-12 


4-3 


2-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 




2-0 


0-0 


Notre Dame 




23-3 


19-10 


XXX 


3-2 


12-6 


6-12 


4-1 


2-2 


XXX 


XXX 


0-0 




XXX 


xxx 


Virginia 




19-2 


13-7 


XXX 


17-6 


18-4 


2-5 


0-0 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


0-0 




XXX 


xxx 


Duke 




28-5 


21-5 


XXX 


16-1 


17-2 


10-8 


XXX 


0-0 


4-2 


XXX 


6-2 




XXX 


xxx 


North Carolina 




17-8 


12-5 


XXX 


2-2 


15-2 


12-11 


0-3 


7-0 


2-2 


XXX 


2-0 




XXX 


xxx 


Clemson 




24-3 


18-9 


XXX 


14-3 


18-4 


12-6 


0-0 


2-0 


6-3 


XXX 


4-1 




XXX 


xxx 


Georgetown 




23-5 


18-19 


XXX 


13-2 


11-2 


4-10 


XXX 


XXX 


0-0 


XXX 


3-2 




XXX 


xxx 


Duke 




18-4 


18-11 


XXX 


10-1 


7-2 


6-10 


XXX 


2-0 


2-1 


XXX 


4-3 




XXX 


xxx 


Wake Forest 




24-4 


23-8 


XXX 


17-1 


18-2 


6-16 


4-1 


3-0 


0-2 


0-1 


8-10 


0-0 


0-0 


Virginia 




15-4 


19-6 


XXX 


12-2 


24-3 


8-9 


XXX 


XXX 


XXX 


0-0 


3-3 




XXX 


xxx 


Duke 


(ot) 


15-6 


18-11 


XXX 


14-2 


9-0 


6-5 


XXX 


0-0 


4-2 


0-0 


14-8 




XXX 


xxx 


Virginia 




12-1 


10-10 


XXX 


10-2 


13-0 


8-12 


2-0 


4-1 


0-0 


XXX 


6-4 




XXX 


xxx 














1975-76 RESULTS 
















Md. 127 


East Carolina 




84 


H 


13,433 




77 


Clemson 






82 


H 


13,112 


99 


DePau 


w 




42 


H 


12.069 




93 


North Carolina 


(ot) 


i 


95 


A 


8.800 


98 


Richmond 




71 


A 


9.550 




102 


N.C. 


State 






84 


H 


14,500 


122 


Boston 


Univ. 




82 


H 


10.116 




69 


Notr« 


! Dame 






63 


A 


11.345 


93 


Georgi 


a Tech 




65 


H 


13.422 




69 


Virgi 


nia 






66 


A 


8.250 


81 


Fordham 




56 


H 


12.866 




102 


Duke 








91 


H 


14.500 


70 


UNC- 


-Charlotte 


60 


H 


12.994 




69 


North Carolina 






81 


H 


14^00 


104 


Seton 


Hall 




69 


H 


10.644 




98 


Clemson 






89 


A 


10.100 


66 


Princeton 




59 


H 


13.361 




72 


Georgetown 






63 


A 


14.700 


111 


Long . 


Island 




88 


H 


13.427 




67 


Duke 








69 


A 


8.010 


82 


George Washi 


;ngton 


72 


A 


5.000 




105 


Wake 


: Forest 






91 


H 


13.212 


93 


Wake 


Forest 




96 


A 


15.311 




81 


Virgi 


nia 






73 


H 


14.500 


87 


N.C. State 




69 


A 


12.400 




80 


Duke 




(ot) 




78 


A 


19.600 


87 


Navy 






69 


A 


4,463 




65 


Virginia 






73 


A 


19.600 



29 



MARYLAND'S TELEVISION COVERAGE 

LIVE TELEVISION 



Saturday Nov. 27 11:00 A.M. Notre Dame 

Thursday Dec. 2 8:00 P.M. Long Island 

Saturday Dec. 4 8:00 P.M. Princeton 

Sunday Dec. 12 7:00 P.M. DePaul 

Tuesday Jan. 4 8:00 P.M. Richmond 

Saturday Jan. 8 2:00 P.M. Wake Forest 

Sunday Jan. 9 12:30 P.M. N.C. State 

Wednesday Jan. 19 7:00 P.M. Clemson 

Saturday Jan. 22 1:00 P.M. North Carolina 

Thursday Jan. 27 9:00 P.M. N.C. State 

Saturday Jan. 29 8:00 P.M. George Washington Local 

Wednesday Feb. 2 8:00 P.M. Virginia 

Saturday Feb. 5 2:00 P.M. Duke 

Wednesday Feb. 9 9:00 P.M. North Carolina 

Saturday Feb. 12 12:30 P.M. Clemson 

Wednesday Feb. 15 8:00 P.M. Pittsburgh 

Saturday Feb. 19 2:00 P.M. Duke 

Tuesday Feb. 22 8:00 P.M. Wake Forest 

Saturday Feb. 26 7:30 P.M. Virginia 

Mar. 3^-5 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 



The local television of Maryland basketball games became a necessity with the arrival 
of "Lefty" Driesell and came into being with the arrival of Russ Potts. The demand 
for tickets to Maryland games from the students and public was more than Cole Field 
House (14,500) could accommodate and Director of Athletics Jim Kehoe arranged for 
closed circuit showing of the games on campus. However Potts worked out an arrange- 
ment with WMAL-TV to carry certain games thus alleviating a major problem. Since 
that initial move into television Potts has expanded the coverage to the point the Terps 
are a rregular on Nationally Televised games (three this year) and also have eight games 
show on a regional basis. At lease 20 of the Terrapins games will be shown in the 
Washington-Baltimore area this year. 

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(7) 
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(4) 
(11) 


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Baltimore 


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WMAR 


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Baltimore 


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WBFF 


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(45) 


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Baltimore 


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WMAR 


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Washington 
Baltimore 


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(13) 


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540 


Baltimore 


WKIK 


WVOB 


1520 


Bel Air 


WMSG 


WCEM 


1240 


Cambridge 


WETT 


WCTR 


1530 


Chestertown 


WBOC 


WEMD 


1460 


Easton 


WTHU 


WFMD 


640 


Frederick 


WTTR 


WASA 


1330 


Havre de Grace 


WCUM 


VIRGINIA 






WKEY 


1340 


Covington 




WVEC 


1490 


Norfolk-Hampton 




WWOD 


1390 


Lynchburg 




WRGM 


1540 


Richmond 




WRIC 


540 


Richlands 




WRIS 


1410 


Roanoke 




WFOG 


1450 


Suffolk 




WHPL 


610 


Winchester 





WHDG-FM 


103.7 


Havre de Grace 


WJEJ-FM 


104.7 


Hagerstown 


WMSG-FM 


92.1 


Oakland 


WMJS-FM 


92.7 


Prince Fredeick 


WTTR-FM 


100.7 


Westminster 


WCUM-FM 


102.9 


Cumberland 



WKEY-FM 100.9 Covington 

WVHR-FM 101.3 Norfolk-Hampton 

WJLM-FM 93.5 Roanoke 

WFOG-FM 92.9 Suffolk 

WEST VIRGINIA 

WCST-FM 93.5 Berkley Springs 
WXVA 1550 Charles Town 

DELAWARE 

WSUX 1280 Seaford 
PENNSYLVANIA 

WCBG 1280 Chambersburg 
WSBA 910 York-Harrisburg 




Mai Campbell 



Note: Because of individual station conflicts some stations may not carry all games. 



RUSS POTTS 

Assistant Athletic Director 

for Advertising and Promotions 

Maryland football and basketball ranks among the 
leaders in television and radio coverage for the entire 
country. Much of this is due to the efforts of Russ Potts, 
Assistant Athletic Director for Advertising and Promo- 
tions. 

The 37 year old Potts came to Maryland in 1970 when 
the Terps claimed only one radio station on the network. 
Since then the coverage has grown to over 50 stations in 
a five state area. 

This year's football television coverage will see the 
Terrapins on TV six times in both Baltimore and Wash- 
ington. This season the Richmond. West Virginia, Syra- 
cuse, Wake Forest, N.C. State and Kentucky games will 
be seen by Maryland fans throughout the state. 

In basketball over 20 games will be televised on either 
a national, regional or local basis. 



Russ' responsibilities include all advertising sales for 
the scoreboard, printed program and various radio and 
television packages. He is also responsible for all radio 
and TV negotiations as well as ticket promotions. This 
year's highly successful "Big Red Football Machine" sea- 
son ticket campaign is also under Potts' direction. 

The Terrapin football and basketball printed pro- 
grams are the nation's largest and the sales work of the 
Virginia native resulted in the modern scoreboards and 
magic message system in Byrd Stadium and Cole Field 
House. 

Potts is a 1964 graduate of the University of Maryland 
where he received a B.S. Degree in Journalism. As an 
undergraduate, he was elected president of Sigma Delta 
Chi Journalism Fraternity and Phi Delta Theta Social 
Fraternity. In 1966, he was selected to the edition of 
"Outstanding Young Men in America." 

Russ is married to the former Emily Ann Strife of 
Martinsburg, W. Va. They are the parents of three 
daughters: Kristi (8), Katie (5) and Kelly (2). 



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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 

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

THIRD PLACE 
Bowling Green 102 Georgia Tech 87 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
Maryland 90 Syracuse 76 

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 

1974_Maryland 105 Georgia Tech 67 
UCLA 78 St. Bonaventure 62 

THIRD PLACE 
Georgia Tech 70 St. Bonaventure 61 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
UCLA 81 Maryland 75 



1975— Maryland 104 Seton Hall 69 
Princeton 61 Alabama 59 

THIRD PLACE 
Alabama 100 Seton Hall 64 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
Maryland 66 Princeton 59 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 

1971 — Len Elmore — Maryland 
1972— Tom McMillen— Maryland 
1973 — Len Elmore — Maryland 
1974_David Meyers— UCLA 
1975 — John Lucas — Maryland 



TOURNAMENT ATTENDANCE 

1971—25,453 
1972—26,643 
1973—26,069 
1974—29,000 
1975—24,005 




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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; by Brad Davis (Maryland) ag Princeton, 1975 

BEST FT PERFORMANCE: (5 or more attempts) 8 of 8, 100% 
by Cornelius Cash (Bowling Green) ag Georgia Tech, 
1972; John Lucas (Maryland) ag Georgia Tech, 1974; by 
Rickey Brown and Leon Douglas (Alabama) ag Seton 
Hall, 1975 



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 PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) Rickey 
Brown (Alabama) 11 of 12, (91%) 1975 



TEAM GAME 

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

LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 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; by Maryland ag Seton Hall, 1975 

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 Kentucy, 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 PERFORMANCE: 36 of 44, .818% by Maryland, 

1975 
MOST FOULS: 50 by Georgia Tech, 1974 
FEWEST FOULS: 24 by Maryland, 1972 




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The home of the Maryland Terrapins is one of the 
finest facilities in the country. The capacity of Cole is 
14,500, however the Field House record is 15,600 against 
North Carolina in 1973. Terp fans and players are par- 
ticularly proud of Cole. The respect that Cole Field 
House is held in for its playing and viewing conditions 
is exhibited by the fact that it is in constant demand by 
various groups. Numerous professional teams like the 
Washington Bullets, Boston Celtics, and New York Nets 
have played at Cole. 

But the biggest thrill for the Maryland fans are the 
Terrapin home games. The crowd excitement and the 
pageantry make a Maryland basketball game a sight to 
behold! 



TEAM SCORING 



FIELD GOALS 



INDIVIDUAL SCORING 



FIELD GOALS 



REBOUNDS 



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

62 by Maryland Freshmen 
vs Kings College 
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 







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Alabama 1 

American University I 

Appalachian State 1 

University of Arizona 1 

Arizona State University 1 

Army 2 8 

Bainbridge Naval Station 2 

Baltimore University 2 

Boston College 1 

Boston University 1 

Brown 1 2 

Buffalo 4 

Canisius 3 

Catholic 10 6 

Cincinnati 1 1 

Citadel ■. 1 

City College of New York 1 1 

Clemson 43 23 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 1 

Creighton 1 

Davidson 6 3 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

DePauw 2 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 35 52 

Duquesne 4 

East Carolina 1 

Eastern Kentucky 1 

East Tennessee 1 

Evansville 1 

Florida 1 

Fordham 6 2 

Fort Belvoir 1 

Gallaudet 6 1 

Georgetown 33 20 

George Washington 29 20 

Georgia 1 3 

Georgia Tech _ 3 

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 4 

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 



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Michigan 1 2 

Michigan State 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi Aggies 1 

Mississippi State 2 

Montana State 1 

Navy 25 26 

New Mexico A & M 1 

New York University 1 

Niagara 1 

North Carolina — Charlotte 1 

North Carolina 30 62 

North Carolina State 23 47 

Northwestern 1 

Notre Dame 3 

Ohio State 1 

Ohio Wesleyan 1 

Oklahoma State 1 

Pennsylvania 1 11 

Penn State 4 5 

Princeton 2 3 

Providence 1 

Quantico Marines 2 2 

Randolph Macon 2 1 

Rhode Island 1 

Rhode Island State 1 

Richmond 22 14 

Rutgers 2 2 

St. Francis (Pa.) 1 

St. Johns (Md.) 9 3 

St. Johns (N.Y.) 1 1 

St. Joseph's 1 

San Francisco 1 

Santa Clara 1 

Seton Hall 2 1 

South Carolina 29 23 

Southern Illinois 1 

Stevens Institute 4 1 

Syracuse 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 I 

Virginia 69 33 

Virginia Military Institute 40 10 

Virginia Tech 22 4 

Wake Forest 24 27 

Washington & Lee 26 24 

Washington College 13 4 

West Virginia 9 18 

Western Kentucky 1 

Western Maryland 12 

W^hita 1 

William & Mary 16 8 

Wisconsin 2 

Woodrow General Hospital 1 1 

Wyoming 1 

Yale 1 







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127 


East Carolina 


84 


1975-76 


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Miami (Fla.) 


77 


1970-71 


127 


Brown 


82 


1972-73 


in 


Long Island Univ. 


88 


1975-76 


122 


Boston University 


82 


1975-76 


110 


Vir<r'nia 


75 


1973-74 


117 


George Washington 


96 


1971-72 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


1970-71 


115 


Georgetown 


83 


1973-74 


107 


George Washington 


81 


1965-66 


113 


DePauw 


49 


1974-75 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


1965-66 


112 


Fordham 


73 


1973-74 


107 


Canisius 


80 


1972-73 



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

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

Navy, 1926 (Md. 21— Navy 12) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 55 ag Brown, Nov. 1972 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 ag Seton Hall. Dec. 1-941 
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. 1953, (a technical), in Winston-Salem 
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 ag 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: .966 ag Duke, Feb. 7, 

1976 (28 of 29) 
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 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS IN GAME: 28 ag 

Duke, Feb. 7, 1976 

Single Game — Individual 

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

MOST FIELD GOALS: 16 by Gene Shu 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 
Washington & 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 ag 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. Jan. 1964 6-6 

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

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



Seanson 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 GOAL PERCENTAGE: .547 in 1974-75 
LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .346 in 1951-52 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .758 (477 of 629) 

1975-76 
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: 196,656 (15 games) 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,427 for 14 

games in 1974-75 
BEST START IN A SEASON: 11 consecutive wins (1975-76) 

Season Records — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 667 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 games) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 253 by John Lucas, 1973-74 (28 games) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 197 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 

32 games) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 412 by Len Elmore, 1973-74 (28 games) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PCT.: .621 by Rick Wise, 1965-66 

(25 games, 140 att — made 87) 
BEST FREE THROW PCT.: .873 by Bob McDonald, 1960-61 

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

(26 games 605 points) 
BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 14.7 by Len Elmore, 

1973-74 (28 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 27 by 

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

John Lucas, 1972-73 

Career Records 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 2015 by John Lucas (1972-76) 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 20.5 by Tom McMillen in 1971- 

74 (88 games 1,807 points) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 862 by John Lucas ( 1972-76) 
MOST FREE THROWS: 409 by Tom McMillen in 1971-74 

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

1971-74 (609 of 1.259) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .803 by Jim O'Brien, 

1970-73 (301 of 375) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 1.053 by 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 VARSITY GAMES PLAYED IN: 112 by Maurice 

Howard 1972-76 
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY) : 

88 by Bob Bodell, 1970-73 

All-Time Team Records 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS AGAINST NON-ACC 

OPPONENTS: 31 (1970-73) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 14 over 1971-72 and 1972-73 

seasons 
MOST CONSECUTIVE 20 VICTORY SEASONS: 5 (1971-72 

to 1975-76) 



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LEFTY AND THE TERPS 
IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 

1971-72 Maryland 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. In addition the Terps 
represented the United States in the Eighth Interconti- 
nental Cup Games in Mexico in 1974 and won the Team 
Championship. In International Competition the Terps 
are 9-0. 




TERPS IN POST SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



1957-58 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Madison Square Garden 

Maryland 86 Boston College 63 



Eastern Regionals 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Maryland 67 
Maryland 59 



Temple 
Manhattan 



71 
55 



1972-73 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Eastern Regionals 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Maryland 91 Syracuse 75 

Maryland 89 Providence 103 



1974-75 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland 83 Creighton 

Midwest Regionals 
Las Cruces, New Mexico 

Maryland 83 Notre Dame 
Maryland 82 Louisville 



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71 
96 



NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
1971-72 

Madison Square Garden 

Maryland 67 St. Joseph's 55 
Maryland 71 Syracuse 65 

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




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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



1922-23 
1923-24 
Md. 34 
25 
1924-25 
Md. 27 
16 
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 

29 

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 
1939-40 
Md. 43 
32 
194041 

Did not enter 
1941-42 

Did not enter 
194243 

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. C. State 
1951-52 

Md. 48 Duke 
1952-53 

Md. 74 Duke 

59 Wake Forest 



VMI 
Georgia 

Alabama 
N. C. State 

Miss. Aggies 

Georgia 



Mississippi 

Kentucky 

LSU 

North Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Florida 

South Carolina 

Washington & Lee 



Duke 
Washington & Lee 

N. C. State 

Citadel 
Duke 

Richmond 
N. C.State 
Clemson 

Washington & Lee 
Duke 



N. C.State 

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. 

1954-55 

Md. 
1955-56 

Md. 
1956-57 

Md. 

1957-58 
Md. 



1958-59 

Md. 
1959-60 

Md. 
1960-61 

Md. 

1961-62 

Md. 
1962-63 

Md. 
1963-64 

Md. 
1964-65 

Md. 



75 
56 

67 

69 

71 
64 

70 
71 
86 

65 

58 

91 
76 

58 

41 

67 

61 
67 



Clemson 
Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke 

Virginia 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

N.C. State 

Clemson 
Wake Forest 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Clemson 
N.C. State 



59 
64 

68 

94 

68 
74 

66 
65 
74 

66 

74 

75 
98 

71 

80 

81 

50 
76 



1965-66 

Md. 
1966-67 

Md. 
1967-68 

Md. 
1968-69 

Md. 
1969-70 

Md. 
1970-71 

Md. 
1971-72 

Md. 



70 
54 
54 



71 



57 

63 

54 
62 
64 



1972-73 
Md. 



1973-74 
Md. 



77 
73 
74 

85 
105 
100 



1974-75 

Md. 
1975-76 

Md. 



North Carolina 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Clemson 
Wake Forest 
N.C. State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

N.C. State 



85 N.C. State 



80 
65 



Duke 
Virginia 



77 

57 

63 

92 

67 

71 

52 
57 
73 

61 
65 
76 

66 

85 

103 

87 

78 
73 



INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



1953-54 All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 
Md. 65 Arizona State 
Md. 66 Evansville 
Md. 54 Kentucky Wesleyan 
1954-55 All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 
Md. 58 Texas Tech 
Md. 83 Rhode Island 
Md. 78 Cincinnati 
1955-56 Mid Winter Festival 
Md. 75 Michigan State 
Md. 75 St. Francis 
1956-57 All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 
Md. 89 Montana State 
Md. 43 New Mexico A & M 
Md. 43 Virginia 
1957-58 Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Md. 71 Vanderbilt 

Md. 46 Memphis State 
1958-59 Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Md. 45 Miss. State 
Md. 54 Loyola 
1959-60 Blue Grass Tournament 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Md. 63 Indiana 
Md. 76 Fordham 
1960-61 Dixie Classic 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Md. 57 North Carolina 
Md. 67 N.C. State 
Md. 84 Wyoming 
1961-62 Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Md. 62 Miss. State 
Md. 64 Louisville 





1962-63 








None 






50 


1 963-64 


VPI Invitational Tournament 




58 
37 




Blacksburg, Virginia 






Md. 


59 Tennessee 


70 




Md. 


75 LSU 


65 


54 
66 
61 




Evansville Invitational 




Md. 


54 Arizona 


57 


Md. 


82 Columbia 


76 


1964-65 


Hurricane Classic 




95 
66 




Miami, Florida 




Md. 


66 Tulsa 


59 


Md. 


73 Miami (Fla) 


80 




1965-66 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




72 
45 
39 




New Orleans, Louisiana 




Md. 


69 Houston 


68 


Md. 


77 Dayton 


75 


1966-67 


Memphis State Invitational 








Memphis, Tennessee 






Md. 


50 Oklahoma State 


49 


56 


Md. 


53 Memphis State 


55 


47 




Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 






Md. 


66 Davidson 


65 


56 


Md. 


57 Army 


54 


50 


1967-68 


Sun Carnival Tournament 
El Paso, Texas 






Md. 


53 Texas El Paso 


70 


72 


Md. 


72 Southern Illinois 


73 


54 


1968-69 


Marshall Invitational 
Huntington, West Virginia 






Md. 


89 Marshall 


80 


81 


Md. 


85 Miami (Fla) 


92 


75 




Charlotte Invitational 




77 




Charlotte, North Carolina 






Md. 


69 Davidson 


83 




Md. 


95 Wichita 


83 


64 


1973-74 


Cable Car Classic 




83 




San Francisco, Cal. 








78 San Francisco 


60 






53 Santa Clara 


32 



40 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TEAMS COACHED BY H. BURTON SHIPLEY: 



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 
1 943-44 
1944-45 
1945-46 
1946-47 



1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 



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 



1967-68 
1968-69 



ALL GAMES 


CONF. 


GAMES 


Won 


Lost 


Won 


Lost 


4 


6 


1 


2 


11 


4 


3 


1 


14 


2 


7 


1 


10 


9 


6 


4 


14 


4 


8 


1 


7 


8 


2 


5 


16 


5 


9 


5 


14 


4 


8 


1 


16 


3 


8 


2 


11 


8 


7 


3 


11 


7 


6 


1 


8 


10 


4 


3 


13 


5 


4 


3 


9 


10 


4 


8 


14 


8 


6 


4 


13 


8 


8 


3 


13 


8 


7 


4 


1 


21 





13 


7 


15 


3 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


4 


13 


2 


1 


2 


13 


2 


5 


9 


11 


5 


4 


14 
243 


9 

199 


9 
124 


4 
91 


:hedby"flucie' 


' STEWART: 


11 


13 


9 


7 


9 


17 


8 


7 


7 
"27 


18 
48 


5 
22 


13 
27 


)ACH 


EDBYBUDMILLIKAN: 


15 


10 


11 


8 


13 


8 


9 


5 


15 


8 


12 


3 


23 


7 


7 


2 


17 


7 


10 


4 


14 


10 


7 


7 


15 


9 


9 


5 


22 


7 


9 


5 


10 


13 


7 


7 


15 


8 


9 


5 


14 


12 


6 


8 


8 


17 


3 


11 


8 


13 


4 


10 


9 


17 


5 


9 


18 


8 


10 


4 


14 


11 


7 


7 


11 
241 


14 
179 


5 
130 


9 
109 


ACHED BY FRANK FELLOWS: 

8 16 4 10 


8 


18 


2 


12 


16 


34 


6 


22 



TEAMS COACHED BY "LEFTY" DRIESELL 

ALL GAMES CONF. GAMES 



Won 



Lost 



1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 



13 


13 


14 


12 


27 


5 


23 


7 


23 


5 


24 


5 


22 


6 



146 



53 



Won 

5 

5 
8 

7 

9 

10 

7 

51 



Lost 

9 
9 
4 
5 
3 
2 
5 

37 




41 



YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS WITH ♦LEFTY* 




1969-70 13-13 5-9 

Maryland 97 Buffalo 

92 George Washington 

67 Princeton 
87 Wake Forest 

68 South Carolina 
54 Army 

94 Fordham 

94 Delaware 

57 N. C. State 

96 Wake Forest 
83 West Virginia 
44 South Carolina 

75 Clemson 
73 Navy 

97 Maine 
52 Duke 

69 North Carolina 
54 N. C. State 

81 Georgetown 

69 Virginia 

83 North Carolina 

76 Duke 
103 Clemson 

78 West Virginia 

79 Virginia 

57 N. C. State 

1970-71 14-12 5-9 

Maryland 86 Delaware 

109 Buffalo 

85 Lehigh 

72 Wake Forest 

70 South Carolina 

79 Georgetown 

80 Tampa 

1 1 1 Miami (Fla.) 

99 Richmond 

81 N. C. State 

31 South' Carolina 

56 Clemson 

69 George Washington 
88 Loyola (Md.) 

70 North Carolina 
61 N. C. State 

88 Duke 
63 Virginia 
67 Duke 

76 North Carolina 

56 Seton Hall 

45 Clemson 

81 West Virginia 

66 Wake Forest 

89 Virginia 

63 South Carolina 



77 
71 
75 
104 
101 
69 
71 
58 
91 
88 
76 
55 
63 
57 
68 
50 
77 
64 
71 
71 
90 
87 
85 
83 
71 

67 



H 

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

ACC 



73 


H 


70 


H 


66 


H 


71 


H 


96 


A 


96 


A 


72 


H 


77 


H 


67 


H 


83 


H 


30 


H 


52 


H 


67 


H 


69 


A 


105 


A 


71 


A 


79 


A 


78 


A 


70 


H 


100 


H 


55 


A 


51 


A 


83 


H 


72 


A 


84 


H 



1971-72 



Maryland 



1972-73 



71 



ACC 



27-5 



23-7 



8-4 



100 


Brown 


83 


H 


118 


George Washington 


96 


A 


57 


Virginia 


78 


A 


79 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


86 


Canisius 


77 


H 


73 


Loyola 


60 


A 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 


A 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


H 


90 


St. John's 


69 


H 


83 


N.C. State 


70 


H 


61 


Clemson 


63 


A 


49 


Wake Forest 


46 


A 


85 


Navy 


60 


A 


82 


Buffalo 


58 


H 


72 


North Carolina 


92 


A 


66 


N.C. state 


65 


A 


77 


Duke 


58 


H 


85 


Duquesne 


71 


H 


78 


Long Island Univ. 


60 


A 


79 


North Carolina 


77 


H 


67 


Clemson 


57 


H 


76 


Richmond 


61 


H 


59 


Duke 


68 


A 


64 


Wake Forest 


56 


H 


45 


Virginia 


42 


H 


54 


Clemson 


52 


ACC 


62 


Virginia 


57 


ACC 


64 


North Carolina 


73 


ACC 


67 


St. Joseph's 


55 


NIT 


71 


Syracuse 


65 


NIT 


91 


Jacksonville 


77 


NIT 


100 


Niagara 


69 


NIT 



7-5 



Maryland 


127 


Brown 


82 




82 


Richmond 


50 




107 


Canisius 


80 




99 


Georgetown 


73 




88 


George Washington 


79 




90 


Georgia Tech 


55 




90 


Syracuse 


76 




76 


Kent State 


58 




79 


Clemson 


75 




93 


Virginia 


74 




85 


N. C. State 


87 




76 


Navy 


67 




105 


Wake Forest 


76 




100 


Long Island 


73 




94 


North Carolina 


88 




78 


N. C. State 


89 




81 


Duke 


85 




83 


Fordham 


72 




93 


Buffalo 


64 




85 


North Carolina 


95 




69 


Clemson 


66 




81 


Duquesne 


71 




96 


Duke 


68 




60 


Wake Forest 


62 




92 


Virginia 


81 




77 


Clemson 


61 




73 


Wake Forest 


65 




74 


N. C. State 


76 




91 


Syracuse 


75 




89 


Providence 


103 



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

ACC 

ACC 
ACC 
NCAA 
NCAA 



42 



MARYLAND YEAR BY YEAR 



1973-74 

Maryland 



23-5 



9-3 



1974-75 



24-5 



10-2 



64 


UCLA 


65 


A IV 


aryland 106 


Richmond 


81 


H 


106 


Eastern Kentucky 


57 


H 


99 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 


115 


Georgetown 


83 


H 


99 


Long Island 


84 


H 


78 


San Francisco 


60 


A 


104 


Georgetown 


71 


A 


53 


Santa Clara 


32 


A 


113 


DePauw 


49 


H 


102 


Holy Cross 


75 


H 


81 


George Washington 


67 


A 


58 


Boston College 


37 


H 


105 


Georgia Tech 


67 


H 


96 


Richmond 


60 


A 


75 


UCLA 


81 


H 


89 


Clemson 


60 


H 


96 


Appalachian State 


50 


H 


72 


Wake Forest 


59 


A 


90 


Notre Dame 


82 


H 


74 


N.C. State 


80 


A 


83 


Duke 


77 


H 


112 


Fordham 


73 


H 


89 


Wake Forest 


73 


H 


72 


Navy 


50 


A 


103 


N.C. State 


85 


H 


86 


Canisius 


73 


H 


87 


Navy 


73 


A 


73 


North Carolina 


82 


A 


82 


Clemson 


83 


A 


80 


N.C. State 


86 


H 


66 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


104 


Duke 


83 


H 


98 


N.C. State 


97 


A 


88 


Virginia 


81 


A 


86 


Virginia 


79 


H 


92 


George Washington 


71 


A 


65 


Fordham 


46 


A 


91 


North Carolina 


80 


H 


104 


Duke 


80 


A 


56 


Clemson 


54 


A 


96 


North Carolina 


74 


A 


98 


Duquesne 


72 


H 


70 


Virginia 


51 


A 


64 


Duke 


61 


A 


103 


Duquesne 


82 


A 


77 


Wake Forest 


68 


H 


70 


Clemson 


64 


H 


110 


Virginia 


75 


H 


104 


East Tennessee 


87 


H 


85 


Duke 


66 


ACC 


85 


N.C. State 


87 


ACC 


105 


North Carolina 


85 


ACC 


83 


Creighton 


79 


NCAA 


100 


N.C. State 


103 


ACC 


83 


Notre Dame 


71 


NCAA 










82 


Louisville 


96 


NCAA 



1975-76 22-6 


7-5 








Maryland 127 


East Carolina 




84 


H 


99 


DePauw 




42 


H 


98 


Richmond 




71 


A 


122 


Boston Univers 


ty 


82 


H 


93 


GeorgiaTech 




65 


H 


81 


Fordham 




56 


H 


70 


UNC — Charlotte 




60 


H 


104 


Seton Hall 




69 


H 


66 


Princeton 




59 


H 


111 


Long Island 




88 


H 


82 


George Washington 


72 


A 


93 


Wake Forest 




96 


A 


87 


N.C. State 




69 


A 


87 


Navy 




69 


A 


77 


Clemson 




82 


H 


93 


North Carolina 


(ot) 


95 


A 


102 


N.C. State 




84 


H 


69 


Notre Dame 




63 


A 


69 


Virginia 




66 


A 


102 


Duke 




91 


H 


69 


North Carolina 




81 


H 


98 


Clemson 




89 


A 


72 


Georgetown 




63 


A 


67 


Duke 




69 


A 


105 


Wake Forest 




91 


H 


81 


Virginia 




73 


H 


80 


Duke 


(ot) 


78 


A 


65 


Virginia 




73 


A 




43 



TERP STATISTICAL LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 



CAREER SCORING 

2.015 John Lucas (1972-76) 
1,807 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
1,397 Gene Shue (1951-54) 
1,370 Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
1,300 Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
1,266 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
1,235 Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
1,161 Maurice Howard (1972-76) 
1,094 Gary Ward (1963-66) 
1,017 Len Elmore (1971-74) 

1.016 Lee Browlsy (1949-52) 
987 Pete Johnson (1966-69) 
972 Bob O'Brien (1954-57) 
935 Al Bunge (1957-60) 
910 Steve Sheppard (1974- ) 
875 Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 
861 Nick Davis (1954-57) 
860 Rod Horst (1967-70) 
854 Bruce Kelleher (1958-61) 

SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 

412 Len Elmore 1973-74 

351 Len Elmore 1971-72 

336 Bob Kessler 1955-56 

321 Tom Roy 1974-75 

318 Will Hetzel 1968-69 

306 Tom McMillen 1971-72 

290 Len Elmore 1972-73 

289 Al Bunge 1959-60 

284 Tom McMillen 1972-73 

279 Bob McDonald 1960-61 

271 Gary Ward 1964-65 

269 Tom McMillen 1973-74 

265 Al Bunge 1957-58 

263 Bob Kessler 1954-55 

258 Rod Horst 1969-70 

250 Bob Everett 1954-55 

249 Lauwrence Boston 1975-76 

246 Steve Sheppard 1975-76 

241 Al Bunge 1958-59 

241 Gary Ward 1965-66 



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 


557 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


524 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


512 


Jay McMillen 


1964-65 


508 


Gene Shue 


1952-53 


498 


Jim O'Brien 


1972-73 


494 


Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 


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 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 




Lee Williams, Executive Director of the Basketball 
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. John Lucas' Maryland jersey is also displayed 
there now. 



44 



STATISTICAL LEADERS COACHED BY "Lefty" Driesell 



Career Scoring 

2032 Hetzel - Davidson 

2015 Lucas - Maryland 

1807 McMillen - Maryland 

1693 Snyder - Davidson 

1344 Knowles - Davidson 

1338 Jarman - Davidson 

1235 O'Brien - Maryland 

1191 Maloy - Davidson 

1161 Howard - Maryland 

1067 Holland - Davidson 

1017 Elmore - Maryland 

1013 Huckel - Davidson 

910 Sheppard - Maryland 

788 O. Brown - Maryland 

714 White - Maryland 

690 Davis - Maryland 

575 Roy - Maryland 

Season Scoring 

753 Snyder - Davidson 

739 Maloy - Davidson 

709 Hetzel - Davidson 

689 Hetzel - Davidson 

667 McMillen - Maryland 

634 Hetzel - Maryland 

616 McMillen - Maryland 

564 Lucas - Maryland 

557 Lucas - Maryland 

542 Knowles - Davidson 

536 Jarman - Davidson 

525 Snyder - Davidson 

524 McMillen - Maryland 

498 O'Brien - Maryland 

496 Knowles - Davidson 

494 Sheppard - Maryland 

469 Lucas - Maryland 

469 Kroll - Davidson 

454 Huckel - Davidson 

452 Maloy - Davidson 

Single Game Scoring 

53 Hetzel - Davidson 

46 Hetzel - Davidson 

46 Snyder - Davidson 

41 Hetzel - Davidson 

40 Snyder - Davidson 

39 Holland - Davidson 

39 Jarman - Davidson 

39 Snyder - Davidson 

39 Knowles - Davidson 

38 Snyder (2) - Davidson 

38 White - Maryland 

38 O'Brien - Maryland 

35 Hetzel - Davidson 

35 Maloy - Davidson 

35 McMillen - Maryland 

34 Lucas (2) - Maryland 

33 Knowles - Davidson 

33 Maloy - Davidson 

33 W. Hetzel - Maryland 

33 White - Maryland 

33 McMillen (2) - Maryland 

32 Maloy - Davidson 

32 McMillen (3) - Maryland 



31 Hetzel - Davidson 

31 Maloy (2) - Davidson 

31 Lucas (2) - Maryland 

30 Jarman - Davidson 

30 Huckel - Davidson 

30 Maloy (2) - Davidson 

30 Yates - Maryland 

30 Lucas - Maryland 

Career Rebounding 

1094 Hetzel - Davidson 

1053 Elmore - Maryland 

859 McMillen - Maryland 

804 Knowles - Davidson 

768 Maloy - Davidson 

758 Jarman - Davidson 

648 Snyder - Davidson 

630 Holland - Davidson 

586 Roy - Maryland 

476 O'Brien - Maryland 

463 Sheppard - Maryland 

448 Cook - Davidson 

440 O. Brown - Maryland 

428 Still - Maryland 

374 Lucas - Maryland 

348 Moser - Davidson 

344 Davidson - Davidson 

Season Rebounding 

429 Maloy - Davidson 

412 Elmore - Maryland 

384 Hetzel - Davidson 

359 Hetzel - Davidson 

351 Hetzel - Davidson 

351 Elmore - Maryland 

339 Maloy - Davidson 

323 Knowles - Davidson 

321 Roy - Maryland 

306 McMillen - Maryland 

290 Elmore - Maryland 

287 Cook - Davidson 

284 McMillen - Maryland 

281 Jarman - Davidson 

276 Knowles - Davidson 

269 McMillen - Maryland 

260 Jarman - Davidson 

258 Snyder - Davidson 

258 Horst - Maryland 

249 Boston - Maryland 

Single Game Rebounding 

27 Hetzel - Davidson 

26 Elmore - Maryland 

25 Hetzel - Davidson 

24 Elmore (2) - Maryland 

23 Knowles - Davidson 

23 Maloy - Davidson 

22 Markee - Davidson 

22 Snyder - Davidson 

21 Hetzel - Davidson 

21 Elmore (2) - Maryland 

21 Maloy - Davidson 

20 Knowles - Davidson 

20 Elmore (2) - Maryland 

20 Roy - Maryland 



Career Assists 



514 Lucas - 

299 Davis - 

244 Moser - 

241 Bodell - 

219 Howard 

215 O'Brien 

155 White - 

120 Elmore 

112 Porac - 

102 McMille 



Maryland 
Maryland 
Davidson 
Maryland 

- Maryland 

- Maryland 
Maryland 

- Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 



Career Scoring Average 

25.7 Hetzel - Davidson 

21.2 Snyder - Davidson 

20.5 McMillen - Maryland 

20.2 Maloy - Davidson 



Season Assists 

178 Lucas - Maryland 

165 Davis - Maryland 

159 Lucas - Maryland 

135 Wiles - Maryland 

134 Davis - Maryland 

121 Bodell - Maryland 



Single Game Assists 

12 Porac - Maryland 

12 Lucas - Maryland 

11 Davis - Maryland 

10 Wiles - Maryland 

10 Lucas - Maryland 

10 Davis - Maryland 

10 Davis - Maryland 

9 White - Maryland 

9 Lucas - Maryland 

9 Lucas - Maryland 

9 Davis - Maryland 

Career Field Goal .Pet 

.556 Snyder - Davidson 

.555 McMillen - Maryland 

.554 Hetzel - Davidson 

.547 Howard - Maryland 

.541 Roy - Maryland 

.531 Youngdale - Davidson 

.531 Trimble - Maryland 

.527 Bodell - Maryland 

.525 Lucas - Maryland 

.519 Holland - Davidson 

.515 Knowles - Davidson 

.515 Maloy - Davidson 



Season Field Goal .Pet 

.631 Holland - Davidson 

.606 Roy - Maryland 

.598 Bodell - Maryland 

.585 McMillen - Maryland 

.580 Davis - Maryland 

.579 Hetzel - Davidson 

.572 Howard - Maryland 

.567 Sheppard - Maryland 

.566 Maloy - Davidson 

.563 Snyder - Davidson 

.556 Knowles - Davidson 

.555 Snyder - Davidson 

.555 O'Brien - Maryland 

.554 Gibson - Maryland 

.553 Youngdale - Davidson 

.553 Howard - Maryland 

.549 McMillen - Maryland 

.549 Lucas - Maryland 

Career Free Throw .Pet 

.849 Kroll - Davidson 

.825 Moser - Davidson 

.816 Beerman - Davidson 

.814 Evans - Davidson 

.807 Snyder - Davidson 

.803 O'Brien - Maryland 

.799 McMillen - Maryland 

.789 Hetzel - Davidson 

.778 Lucas - Maryland 

.777 Youngdale - Davidson 

.764 Howard - Maryland 

Season Free Throw .Pet 

.871 Youngdale - Davidson 

.862 Kroll - Davidson 

.844 O'Brien - Maryland 

.843 Moser - Davidson 

.839 Tillman - Maryland 

.837 Kroll - Davidson 

.836 Lucas - Maryland 

.833 Snyder - Davidson 

.833 Moser - Davidson 

.830 Evans - Davidson 

.829 O. Brown - Maryland 

.828 Howard - Maryland 

.820 Davis - Maryland 

.817 McMillen - Maryland 

.806 Snyder - Davidson 

.803 Hetzel - Davidson 

.800 McMillen - Maryland 

Team Free Throw .Pet 

.762 Davidson 1965-66 

.758 Maryland 175-76 

.757 Maryland 1974-75 

.757 Davidson 1966-67 

.746 Maryland 1973-74 

.746 Maryland 1971-72 



Team Field Goal .Pet 

.547 - Maryland 1974-75 NCAA Record 
.543 - Davidson 1963-64 NCAA Record 
.537 - Maryland 1975-76 Led Nation 
.520 - Maryland 1972-73 2nd in Nation 
.512 - Davidson 1965-66 2nd in Nation 
.510 - Maryland 1973-74 7th in Nation 
.509 - Davidson 1964-65 2nd in Nation 



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MARYLAND 
PRESS COVERAGE 

University of Maryland athletes receive the best press 
coverage in the nation. The Terrapins are in a unique 
situation located just a few miles from the nation's capi- 
tal and two of the best known newspapers in the nation, 
the Washington Post and the Star-News, while just a few 
miles to the north they have another major metropolitan 
area with the Baltimore Sunpapers and the News Ameri- 
can. 

In addition there are 10 other daily papers publishing 
around the state and some of the finest weekly papers 
in the country. 



Thus the Terrapins have 15 daily papers covering their 
athletic activities including five major metropolitan daily 
publications. 

The 15 daily papers alone have a circulation of two 
million with the Washington Post alone reaching nearly 
700.000 homes every Sunday and the Star-News nearly 
half-a-million more. 

The Post, Star News and Sunpapers are also known 
throughout the nation and are available on Newsstands 
in every major metropolitan area in the country. 

There are also 71 weekly newspapers published in the 
State of Maryland with circulation running as high as 
the 65.000 of the Montgomery and Prince George's 
Sentinel. 

The National Observer with over a half million circu- 
lation is published in nearby Silver Spring, Maryland 
and also follows the Terps fortunes. 




TheNews 




American 



Both Wire services staff the Terrapin games with Re- 
gional Sports Editors Gordon Beard of Associated Press 
and Tom Whitfield of the Washington Bureau of United 
Press International. 

With Washington, D.C. the News Capital of the World 
every major publication and news outlet has a staff in 
Washington giving Maryland national coverage of all 
major events. 

Time Magagine, Sports Illustrated, Peoples Magazine, 
the Sporting News and many other national publications 
have carried major feature articles on the Terps in recent 
years. 

The Afro-American publishes its National Edition in 
Baltimore along with local editions for Baltimore and 
Washington. The Baltimore edition has a circulation of 
over 32,000 with another 34,000 printed for Washington. 





LOCATION 



Open, spacious campus near the varied 
activities of the Nation's Capitol- 
Alive with dynamic sports interest- 
Many recreational opportunities- 
Central East Coast location. 




UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



"Washington is a great 
place to live and to coach. 
Here is where history is 
made, here is where the 
most important people in 
the world live. " 

Vince Lombardi 



• RALEIGH, N.C. 
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Religious Life 




University of Maryland Chapel 



There are over 1 ,200 churches of over 70 different denominations in the area surrounding the University of Maryland. The 
National Capital Area is the site of more than 20 national churches including the National Baptist Memorial Church, the 
Lutheran Peace Memorial Church and the National Cathedral. The Washington Episcopal Cathedral, the newly-constructed 
Mormon Temple (largest Mormon Temple in the world), the National Methodist Church and the National Presbyterian 
Church are also located in the area. 

Closer to campus, the University offers the Hillel House for Jewish students and the Newman Center for Catholic students. 
Our non-denominational University Chapel is one of the beauty spots on campus and offers a place to worship regardless of 
religious beliefs. 

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 





JAMES H. "JIM" KEHOE 



When Jim Kehoe assumed the 
duties as Director of Athletics in 
1969 he approached the job with the 
same fervor and determination he 
had devoted to his duties as a teacher 
and coach for 24 years. 

His seven years as Terrapin AD 

have been exciting to say the least. 

The Terps have become National 

powers in basketball, football and 

lacrosse with one of the most successful athletic programs 

in the nation both artistically and financially. 

Kehoe took over a program that was struggling with 
12 varsity sports and failing to achieve the national 
acclaim the growing University deserved. 

Today Kehoe administers a program that encompasses 
21 varsity sports, is self supporting financially and 
nationally acclaimed. 

The Football team reigns as the Gator Bowl Cham- 
pions, the Basketball team has recorded five consecutive 
20-victory seasons and the Lacrosse team has been in the 
NCAA Championship game the past four seasons, win- 
ning a pair of National titles. 

Jerry Claiborne, hired by Kehoe, has led Maryland 
to three consecutive bowl games, dominated the Atlantic 
Coast Conference the past two years, and established a 
league attendance record. 

Lefty Driesell, also lured to Maryland by Kehoe, has 
one of the finest basketball programs in the nation win- 
ning 119 of 147 games during the past five seasons. 

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 three years the same three teams 
recorded a cumulative 39-11, 41-11 and 43-9-1 record, 
with national ranking in all three each year. 

When the Terps lost the Carmichael Cup, symbolic 
of overall supremacy in the ACC, due to the lack of a 
Fencing team, Kehoe installed the sport and it is now 
nationally ranked. Fencing has also contributed to the 
Terps' winning the Carmichael Cup the past three years. 

Kehoe was one of the first Athletic Directors to assume 
any responsibilities for Women's Athletics and now has 
a total commitment to making the Maryland Women's 
program one of the best in the nation with eight 
Women's varsity sports. 

Despite the added responsibilities and financial prob- 
lems besetting intercollegiate athletics today Kehoe directs 
one of the few athletic programs in the nation that is 
not operating at a deficit. 

Financial stability was the most immediate problem 
facing Kehoe when he took over and he could not en- 
tirely depend on improvement in the revenue producing 
sports to solve this nor could be wait for this improve- 
ment. 

He lured his former track teammate, Col. Tom Fields, 
into retirement from the Marine Corps to direct the 



Maryland Educational Foundation and instituted a drive 
to revamp the image of Maryland athletics. 

The efforts of Col. Fields are directly responsible for 
the financial success of the program as the Educational 
Foundation contributed over $600,000 for the support of 
the Maryland athletic scholarship program this past year. 

Kehoe was also one of the first to recognize the need 
for a merchandising plan to build a radio network, cre- 
ate community interest, obtain advertising revenue and 
take advantage of the advertising possibilities at a mini- 
mum cost. He created the position of Promotions Direc- 
tor and hired another former Maryland product Russ 
Potts to head the promotional program. The Terps now 
benefit from one of the finest radio networks in the na- 
tion and Maryland's basketball team is a regular on 
national television. 

During Kehoe's tenure as AD the Terrapins have 
twice won the NCAA Championship in Lacrosse and 
three times finished as runner-up for the National title, 
won the National Invitational Tournament title in Bas- 
ketball and gained the Eastern and Midwestern Regionals 
of the NCAA basketball tournament and the football 
team has been to three consecutive Bowls winning the 
Gator Bowl title this past season. 

Within the ACC the Terps have won three consecutive 
Carmichael Cups and in seven years captured 31 of 89 
possible championships under Kehoe's direction as com- 
pared to 17 for runner-up North Carolina. Maryland 
has now captured 125 titles since the ACC was formed 
in 1953, more than double the 59 by North Carolina 
to rank second. 

As 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 each 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 Conference 
and ACC team titles. In dual meet competition his teams 
were undefeated for his last nine years and the track 
team had a winning streak of 27 and the cross country 
team 29 at his retirement. His track teams won IC4A 
titles in 1965, 1966 and 1969 to claim Eastern supremacy. 

A native of Bel Air, Maryland, where he starred in 
several sports, 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 at student at Maryland he was president of the 
Men's League, and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
National Honorary Fraternity. 

In addition to coaching at Maryland he served as an 
Associate Professor of Physical Education and Director 
of Intramural Athletics. He holds an Honorary 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 Lt. Colonel upon retirement. He partici- 
pated in the Philippine Islands, and Central Pacific Cam- 
paigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, American 
Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victor)' 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 grad- 
uates of the University. 



57 



DR. WILSON H. UKBNS 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Wilson H. Elkins, the twenty-first president of the 
University of Maryland, has been the major motivating 
force in the growth of the University for the past 22 years. 

In 1954, his first year as president, Dr. Elkins was 
responsible for an institution that enrolled 8,600 students 
and operated on a $23 million budget. This fall, the 
University — composed of five campuses — is providing 
an education for more than 77.000 on a total budget 
of $316,880,830. 

Despite the large increases in student enrollment, aca- 
demic standards have been consistently strengthened 
during the Elkins administration as departments and 
programs throughout the system have gained national 
attention. 

Dr. Elkins received his undergraduate and graduate 
degrees at the University of Texas where he was a mem- 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Oxford University 
as a Rhodes Scholar, earning a B.Litt. and Ph.D. degrees. 

The chief executive officer of the Board of Regents 
began his professional career as a history instructor. He 
became president of San Angelo Junior College and 
served in the same role at Texas Western College (now 
the University of Texas at El Paso) before accepting the 
leadership role at the University of Maryland. 

Long a sports enthusiast, Dr. Elkins is an avid golfer 
who won eight varsity letters in football, basketball, and 
track while attending the University of Texas. He was 




named to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1963 and 
was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award 
from his alma mater in 1972. 

Dr. Elkins is a member of several educational organi- 
zations including the Southern Regional Education 
Board and has served as president of the National Asso- 
ciation of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, the 
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools, and the Southern University Conference. 



DR. ROBERT L. GLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 



Robert L. Gluckstern begins his second year as Chan- 
cellor of the eighth largest campus in the nation with a 
belief that College Park occupies a pivotal place in the 
State with a responsibility to provide vigorous and visible 
programs in scholarship, research and public service. 

Last May he told the Faculty Assembly that universities 
have spent too much of the past six years responding to 
crises such as student protests and national conflicts. 
"It is time," he said, "to reemphasize standards of per- 
formance, the role of the faculty and the pursuit of 
scholarship." 

Educated at the City College of New York (Electrical 
Engineering) and MIT (Ph.D. in Physics) Dr. Gluck- 
stern taught at Yale University for fourteen years. In 
1964 he joined the faculty at the University of Massa- 
chusetts at Amherst as professor and chairman of the 
physics and astronomy department. Under his leader- 
ship, the department grew from 14 to 52 faculty mem- 
bers and increased federal support 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. 

A member of the Terrapin Club, he is an avid fan and 
works out on the racquetball courts. He frequently re- 
minds people that Maryland can be proud of its athletes 

58 




who have combined varsity skills with excellent academic 
records. 

Despite the pressures of administration, Dr. Gluckstern 
continues to be active in research and to teach at least 
one undergraduate physics course each semester. 

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



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. 





DR. JOHN E. FABER 

CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

First appointed 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 
suffering only 75 losses with two ties. Five times his 
Terps were undisputed national champions and two other 
times they shared that honor with another school. 

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



59 



A f hie fie 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 AD — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

Assistant to AD — Bob Wall 454-3332 

Faculty Chairman — Jack Faber 454-4705 

Ticket Manager — Bill Reading 454-2122 

Educational Foundation — Col. Tom Fields . 454-4562 

M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 

Director of Gol£ Course — Frank Cronin . . 454-2131 

COACHES — MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball — Lefty Driesell 454-2126 

Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Fencing — Mike Dowhower 454-3286 

Football — Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 

Golf — Dave Sigler 454-5622 

Lacrosse — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 

Soccer — Jim Dietsch 454-5212 

Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 

Tennis — Doyle Royal 454-4136 

Track — Frank Costello 454-4816 

Wrestling — Sully Krouse 454-2652 

COACHES — WOMEN 

Basketball — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

Field Hockey — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-2625 

Gymnastics — Kathy Slaughter 454-5854 

Lacrosse — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-5854 

Swimming — Lisa M. Papa 454-5854 

Tennis — Nancee K. Weigel 454-5854 

Track — Linda L. Balog 454-2625 

Volleyball — Barbara A. Drum 454-2625 

STAFF 

Trainer — William Fry 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers: Jim Weir 454-2759 

John J. Bush 454-2759 

Equipment — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe .... 454-2822 

Bud Apple 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director — Jack Zane 454-2123 

Assistant — Jim Husbands 454-5173 

Secretary — Therese Ryan 454-2123 





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Asst. to AD 



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Sports Information Dir. 



Jim Husbands 
Asst. Promo. & Infor. 




Dr. Stanford Lavine 
Team Physician 



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COL. TOM FIELDS 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 
MARYLAND 
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

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 Edu- 
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, 1976, contributions 
totaled $631,000 up from the $531,000 the previous year. 

During the past year the Terrapin Club renewed 96 
percent of their contributors and the membership now 
stands at 1,650, quite a jump from the 132 original 
members. 

Of the 1,650 members, 15 are life members ($10,000 
contribution), 252 are Diamondback members ($1,000 
annual contribution and 585 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 All-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 served 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. 




Terrapin Club President Joe Dagenais, Jim Kehoe 
and Tom Fields with the Carmichael Cup. 

THE CARMICHAEL CUP 

The Carmichael Cup, inaugurated by the Adantic 
Coast Conference in 1961-62, is a memorial to the late 
William Donald Carmichael, Jr. of Chapel Hill, N. C. 
It is awarded annually for excellence in all sports, a so- 
called "power rating" in ACC competition. Each of the 
13 sports counts equally with the winner of each sport 
receiving seven points, the second place team six, etc. 
The points in basketball and baseball are awarded based 
on the regular season standings. 

Only two schools have captured the coveted trophy. 
Maryland has won it ten times, including the last three, 
while North Carolina captured the other five. The Ter- 
rapins finished second in each of the five years they did 
not win the cup. 

In 1975-76 the Terrapins won championships in Foot- 
ball, Indoor Track, Track and Field and Lacrosse while 
picking up second place points in Cross-country, Fencing, 
Golf, Basketball and Baseball. 

The 1975-76 Standings: Maryland 69, North Carolina 
681/2, North Carolina State 651/ 2 , Duke 46, Clemson 
451/2, Virginia 351/ 2 , Wake Forest 28. 

Atlantic Coast 
Conference 

Telephone: AREA CODE (919) 

Commissioner — Bob James 275-3269 

Asst. — Service Bureau — Marvin Francis . . 273-3149 
Asst. — Officials — Norval Neve 273-3025 

ACC — Mailing Address: P. O. Box 6271 

Summit Station 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
27405 



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1976-77 Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Schedule 



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TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 


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25 


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Nolr. Dome ot MARYLAND 

DUKE-NORTH CAROLINA N.C STATE-WAKE FOREST in 

Big Four Toumam.nl IGra.mboro. NO 

CLEMSON in IPTAT Tournom.nl (Cl.mion. S.C.) 

VIRGINIA in Virginia Invitational (CharlotlMvilln, Va.) 


29 


30 

Johni Hopkim at DUKE 

Ball Stale al MARYLAND 


1 

Furman al CLEMSON 

E Term. State ai WAKE FOREST 

Marshall ot NORTH CAROLINA 


2 

Long lilond al MARYLAND 


3 

Wathinglon ot WAKE FOREST 


4 

Giorgio Southern al CLEMSON 
Waih.nglon at DUKE 
Princeton at MARYLAND 
VIRGINIA at PiMiburoh 
P.nn Stole ai H. C STATE 


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6 

NORTH CAROLINA ot Michigan Stole 


7 

VIRGINIA ol Penmylvania 

DUKE ol Tennetiee 


8 

Eait Corolino ot MARYLAND 
WAKE FOREST ol William S. Mary 
Appalachian ot N. C. STATE 


9 


10 


11 

N.vodo-Reno ol N. C STATE 
Richmond ol DUKE 
TerniMiM Tech ai ClEMSON 
NORTH CAROUNA-Vo. Tech al 
Roanoke 


13 


14 

OUKE-Connecticut ol New York City 
Buffalo al CLEMSON 


15 


16 

CLEMSON at Bucoyno 


17 


18 

UNC-Aihev.il. ol WAKE FOREST 
Appalachian at MARYLAND 
ClEMSON at Slefion 




SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12 
DePAUL at MARYLAND 




20 

Sr.gham Young ol NORTH CAROLINA 
N C STATE ai M.chigan Stale 


21 

Fairleigh D.ekimon al WAKE FOREST 


22 

N.C. STATE-Oregon Stole al Portland, 
Ore 

Bucknell at MARYLAND 


23 


24 


25 


27 

ClEMSON in Milwaukee 


28 

Claulc (Milwaukee Wis.) 

MARYLAND in Moryland Inv 
WAKE FOREST in Old Dom 


29 

DUKE-Eoit Carolina al Raleigh 

Rice at N. C. STATE 
talionol (College Park. Md.) 
man Clonic (Norfolk. Va.) 

VIRGINIA in Richmond To 


30 

DUKE-R.ce at Raleigh 

Eo*t Corolino at N. C. STATE 

urnamenl (Richmond. Vo.| 


31 


1 

WAKE FOREST at Richmond 








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3 

Davidson ol VIRGINIA 

North Caroline A&T ol N C. STATE 


4 

Richmond al MARYLAND 


5 

VIRGINIA ol WAKE FOREST 
CLEMSON-NORTH CAROLINA ot 

Greemboro 
DUKE-Davidion at Charlotte 


6 

Wedern Corolino al N. C. STATE 


7 


8 

WAKE FOREST at MARYLAND (TV) 
VIRGINIA al NORTH CAROLINA (TV) 
Georgia Tech al ClEMSON 


10 


11 


12 

ClEMSON at DUKE 

VIRGINIA-Virginia Tech ol Hampion, 
Vo 


13 

NORTH CAROLINA ol WAKE FOREST 
(TV) 


14 


15 

WAKE FOREST ol ClEMSON (TV) 
DUKE at NORTH CAROLINA (TV) 
N.C. STATE at VIRGINIA 

MARYLAND-Navv al Londoner, Md. 




SUNDAY JANUARY S 
N.C STATE at MARYLAND (TV) 


J* 


II, am & Mary al VIRGINIA 
foyeite ot DUKE 


17 

DUKE ol VIRGINIA 


18 


19 

NORTH CAROLINA al N.C STATE (TV) 
MARYLAND at CLEMSON 
DUKEoi WAKE FOREST 


20 

Delaware at VIRGINIA 


21 


22 

NORTH CAROLINA at MARYLAND (TV) 
N C STATE ot DUKE 
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