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MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

1979-80 




1979-80 MARYLAND (men) BASKETBALL 

SCHEDULE 



DAY 


DATE 
November 


OPPONENT 


Fri. 


30 
December 


Maryland-Eastern Shore 


Mon. 


3 


Penn State 


Wed. 


5 


Georgetown 
American vs. Navy 


Sat. 


8 


Brown 


Sat. 


15 


Catholic University 


Wed. 


19 


Georgia Tech 


Sat. 


22 


Bucknell 




Maryl 


and Invitational Tournament 


Fri. 


28 


Miami (Ohio) 
Temple vs Harvard 


Sat. 


29 
January 


Third Place Game 
Championship Game 


Thu. 


3 


Georgia Tech 


Sat. 


5 


Wake Forest 


Thu. 


10 


North Carolina State 


Sat. 


12 


Pittsburgh 


Wed. 


16 


Clemson 


Sun. 


20 


North Carolina 


Wed. 


23 


North Carolina State 


Sat. 


26 


Notre Dame 


Wed. 


30 
February 


Virginia 


Sat. 


2 


Duke 


Thu. 


7 


North Carolina 


Sat. 


9 


Clemson 


Mon. 


11 


Boston University 


Wed. 


13 


East Carolina 


Sat. 


16 


Duke 


Wed. 


20 


Wake Forest 


Sat. 


23 


Virginia 


Thu. 


28 


Atlantic 




29 


Coast 




March 


Conference 




1 


Tournament 



TIME 



8:00 



LOCATION 



Cole Field House 



7:05 


Hershey Park (Pa.) 


9:00 


Star Plex (D.C.) 


7:00 




8:00 


Cole Field House 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


7:00 


Cole Field House 


9:00 




7:00 


Cole Field House 


9:00 




8:00 


Atlanta, Georgia 


3:00 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


9:00 


Raleigh, N.C. 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


7:00 


Cole Field House 


12:30 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


7:00 


Cole Field House 


1:30 


South Bend, Indiana 


8:00 


Charlottesville, Va. 


3:00 


Cole Field House 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


3:00 


Clemson, S.C. 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


3:00 


Durham, N.C. 


8:00 


Cole Field House 


1:00 


Cole Field House 




Greensboro, N.C. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

1979-80 Roster 2 

Press Information 3 

Carl James 4 

Coach "Lefty" Driesell 5-8 

Athletic Dept. Staff 9 

1979-80 Terrapins 10-33 

Series Records 38 

"Lefty" at Maryland 40-41 

Statistical Records 46-50 

"Lefty's" Coaching Philosophy 52 

1978-79 Statistics 55-56 




SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 
Room 1145 Cole Field House 

MAILING ADDRESS: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 20740 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Jack Zane (Maryland '60) 
OFFICE (301) 864-4076 
HOME (301) 322-3265 

ASSISTANT SID 

Patti Wessel Flynn (Maryland 77) 
OFFICE (301) 454-2123 
HOME (301) 474-8665 

SECRETARY 

Therese Ryan (454-2123) 

STUDENT ASSISTANT 

Steve Whelton (454-2123) 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 1979-80: Printed by University Printing Department — Henry Kuhn, Manager. 

The Athletic Department wishes to express their sincere and grateful thanks to these University Printing Dept. 
employees for their untiring work and efforts in publishing the Basketball Book. 

Ray Leber, Supervisor; Bill Rolf, Supervisor; Rusty Jones and Bill Robertson, Linotype Operators; Richard 
Douglas, Compositor; Ron Leonard and Joe McDonald, Photolithographers; Dick Gregory and Lee Tyson, Pressmen; 
Ron Gusak, Folder Operator. 

PHOTO CREDITS: Thanks to Larry Crouse, Daniel Webster, Tom Staley, and Richard Farkas. 

COLOR SEPARATION: Made by Sun Crown. 

THE COVER: The Basketball Team with Testudo: From Left — (Front Row) John Bilney, Dutch Morley, Greg 
Manning, Taylor Baldwin (2nd Row) Mark Fothergill, Ernest Graham, Albert King, Buck Williams 
(Back Row) Reggie Jackson, David Henderson, Herman Veal, Jon Robinson. 

BACK COVER: Coaching Staff: From Left — Tom Abatemarco, Head Coach "Lefty" Driesell, John Kochan, 
Sherman Dillard. 



The University of Maryland actively subscribes to a policy of equal educational and employment oppor- 
tunity. The University of Maryland is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 not to 
discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, treatment of students, or employment. 

1 



MARYLAND VARSITY BASKETBALL ROSTER 



NO 


NAME 


POSITION 


CLASS 


WGT 


HGT 


HOMETOWN 


10 


Greg Manning 


2nd Guard 


Jr 


170 


6-1 


Highspire, PA 


15 


Reggie Jackson 


2nd Guard 


So 


210 


6-4 


Philadelphia, PA 


21 


Greg "Dutch" Morley 


Lead Guard 


So 


170 


6-2 


Hyattsville, MD 


22 


Mark Fothergill 


Power Forward 


Fr 


220 


6-9 


Somerset, KY 


23 


David Henderson 


Center 


Jr 


215 


6-9 


Roanoke, VA 


25 


Ernest Graham 


Forward 


Jr 


215 


6-7 


Baltimore, MD 


41 


Jon Robinson 


Lead Guard 


Fr 


184 


6-4 


Gastonia, NC 


42 


Herman Veal 


Quick Forward 


Fr 


200 


6-6 


Jackson, MS 


50 


John Bilney 


Center-Forward 


Sr 


220 


6-8 


Woodcliff Lake, NJ 


52 


Charles "Buck" Williams 


Center-Forward 


So 


215 


6-8 


Rocky Mount, NC 


54 


Taylor Baldwin 


Center 


So 


225 


6-10 


Greenwich, CT 


55 


Albert King 


Quick Forward 


Jr 


190 


6-6 


Brooklyn, NY 



HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell (Duke 52) 

ASSISTANTS: Tom Abatemarco (Dowling College '73) 
John Kochan (Lehman College '72) 
Sherman Dillard (James Madison '78) 

TRAINER: Hugh Rodman "Rod" Martin (Morehead State '75) 

TEAM PHYSICIAN: Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 



FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

LOCATION College Park, Maryland 

ATHLETIC DEPT. . . Cole Field House 

PRESIDENT Dr. John S. Toll 

CHANCELLOR Dr. Robert L. Gluckstern 

FOUNDED 1807 as College of Medicine 

1812 became Univ. of Maryland 
1920 merged widi Md. 

Agricultural College 

ENROLLMENT (Fall 1979) 

11,691 Undergraduate women — full time 

13,401 Uudergraduate men — full time 

4,743 Undergraduates — part time 

2,581 Graduate Student — full time 

4,776 Graduate Student — part time 

25,092 Undergraduates — full time 

37,192 Total students on College Park Campus 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Carl C. James 



FACULTY CHAIRMAN ATHLETICS Dr. Charles Taff 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

ARENA Cole Field House (14,500) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red & White - Black & Gold 

(The colors of the State Flag) 

GAME UNIFORMS Red and White 

VARSITY SPORTS (Men 13) 

Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Country, Fencing, Football, 
Golf, Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming, 
Tennis, Track and Field, Wrestling. 

(Women 10) 
Basketball, Field Hockey, Cross-Country, Gymnastics, 
Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Swimming, Tennis, Track and 
Field, Volleyball. 



HOTELS AND MOTELS 
IN THE COLLEGE PARK AREA 

All Motels listed are within 10 miles of Byrd Stadium 
and Cole Field House, or on the Beltway. 

CENTER OF 
ADULT EDUCATION 

University of Maryland 
College Park. Md. 
Tel. 301—779-5100 

BETHESDA MARRIOTT HOTEL 

1-495 & 1-270 
Bethesda. Maryland 
Tel. 301—897-9400 

HAMPSHIRE MOTOR INN 
7411 New Hampshire 
Langley Park, Md. 
Tel. 301-439-3000 



ROYAL PINES MOTEL 
(Best Western) 
9133 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park. Md. 
Tel. 301—345-4900 

SHERATON-NORTHEAST 

8500 Annapolis Rd. 
New Carrollton. Md. 
Tel. 301—459-6700 

SHERATON-NORTHWES 

8727 Colesville Rd. 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Tel. 301—589-5200 



HOLIDAY INN 

Capitol Beltway Motel 
10000 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park, Md. 
Tel. 301—345-6700 

HOLIDAY INN MOTEL 
9137 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park, Md. 
Tel. 301—345-5000 

HOWARD JOHNSON'S 
Balt.-Wash. Pkwy. 
Cheverly, Md. 
Tel. 301—779-7700 

INTERSTATE INN 
OF COLLEGE PARK 

8601 Baltimore Blvd. 

College Park, Md. 

Tel. 301—474-2939 

QUALITY INN 

7200 Baltimore Ave. 
Tel. 301—864-5820 

RAMADA INN 

5910 Princess Garden Pkwy. 

Lanham, Md. 

Tel. 800—238-5800 



LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 
IN COLLEGE PARK 

Yellow-Blue Bird Cab — 864-7700 
Union Cab — 779-4500. 

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION 
TO COLLEGE PARK 

From: National Airport — Cabs, $12.00 with a 50 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 

Dulles Airport — Cabs, $27.00 with a 50 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 

Baltimore-Washington International — Cabs $14 
or $16 on the Meter with NO additional Charge 
for additional passengers. 

— Airport Limousine Service: $8.00 single or 
$12.00, two to five people, with drop at your 
Motel. 



PRESS ARRANGEMENTS 

PLAYER INTERVIEWS: Contact the Sports Informa- 
tion Office for player interviews at least a day in advance 
and we will make every attempt to accomodate your 
request. All interview requests will be passed along to 
the Basketball office to assure the player keeping the 
appointment once it is scheduled. 

Interview requests For Coach Driesell and his stall 
should be handled the same way. 

HOME GAMES: A working press room is located one 
flight up from the rear entrance of Cole Field House. 
Electrical outlets are available there along with tele- 
phones. The sports information office will have two 
telecopiers but if you have a deadline to meet we would 
suggest you bring a telecopier along. We will send your 
copy at no charge on our machines based on deadline 
requirements. There may be a problem on a late TV 
game though. 

PRESS ROW: Working press will be seated on the 
floor level of Cole Field House on the West side of 
the baskets. 

UPPER PRESS: The Radio announcers and TV along 
with film cameras are located in die West press box. 
one flight up from the promenade level. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: All photographers on assignment 
working on the floor will pick up a arm band prior to 
the game and must display it at all times. Photographers 
are not allowed in the bench area. 

POST GAME INTERVIEWS: Maryland will follow 
the ACC interview policy widi die winning locker room 
open 10 minutes after the game to all press for 20 
minutes. The locker room will then be cleared and the 
losing team locker room will open. The winning coach 
will meet the press outside the locker room 10 minutes 
after the game with the losing coach following the same 
procedure when his locker room opens. 

WEEKLY PRESS LUNCHEONS: Every attempt will 
be made to hold a weekly luncheon in Cole Field House 
widi Coach Driesell. Due to the schedule and travel plans 
the day of the week will vary and a schedule will be 
sent out in advance. They will be scheduled to provide 
you the most assistance in your coverage of the Maryland 
Basketball program. 




CARL JAMES 

Director of Athletics 
University of Maryland 

Carl C. James, as Director of Athletics, is the chief 
administrator of one of the most successful departments 
of intercollegiate athletics in the nation. The department, 
as a self-sustaining division of the University of Maryland 
serves the College Park Campus as one of the few in the 
nation not operating at a deficit. 

He administers a program that includes 23 sports for 
men and women with a staff of over 100 and a budget 
of over $3 million. 

James came to Maryland as a nationally known ad- 
ministrator having served as the Director of Athletics at 
Duke University and as the Executive Director of the 
New Orleans Mid-Winter Sports Association that in- 
cludes the Sugar Bowl among its many activities. 

He has served 21 years as .an administrator in in- 
tercollegiate athletics, and has a business background 
as well as serving as District Sales Manager for Roadway 
Express, as a Sales Representative with Atlantic Re- 
fining Company and on special assignment with Bryan- 
Cooper Oil Company. 

He is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina where he 
had an outstanding high school career at Needham 
Broughton High playing football, basketball and track. 

He earned seven varsity letters at Duke with three 
in Football '49, '50 and '51 and four in Track. In 1951 
he was considered one of the top linemen in the south 
although handicapped by a knee injury. 

James played his football at Duke under Wallace 
Wade and Bill Murray and joined the staff there in 1954 
as an assistant to the Athletic Director. He was also 
the Blue Devils chief recruiter. All - Americans he re- 
cruited included such as Mike McGee, Mike Curtis, 
Tee Moorman, Art Gregory, Jay Wilkinson and Bob 
Matheson. 

In 1966 he joined Roadway Express, Inc. of Akron, 
Ohio, as the district sales manager with his office in 
Kernersville, North Carolina. 

In 1969 he returned to Duke as Associate Athletic 
Director and took over the department in 1972 upon 
the retirement of E. M. Cameron. 

He joined die Mid-Winter Sports Association in 1977 
and took over at Maryland in 1978 upon the retirement 
of Jim Kehoe. 

He has been active in the Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, has served as Chairman of several ACC com- 
mittees and on numerous NCAA Committees. He is a 




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member of the National Football Foundation Hall of 
Fame. 

While at Duke he was elected to membership in Om- 
icron Delta Kappa honorary leadership fraternity and 
was a member of Phi Delta Theta social fraternity. 

He is married to the former Marjorie Anne Pettit, also 
a Duke graduate. They have two daughters Susan and 
Sally. 

MARYLAND MEN-WOMEN DOUBLEHEADERS 

Cole Field House 

DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME 
December 

Sat. 8 Women vs Montclair State 5:30 

Men vs Brown 8:00 

Sat. 15 Women vs Edinboro State 5:30 

Men vs Catholic University 8:00 
January 

Sat. 12 Women vs University of Virginia 5:30 

Men vs University of Pittsburgh 8:00 

Wed. 16 Women vs Clemson University 4:30 

Men vs Clemson University 7:00 

Wed. 23 Women vs Wake Forest TBA 

Men vs North Carolina State 7:00 




CHARLES G. "LEFTY" DRIESELL 

Maryland Basketball Coach "Lefty" Driesell has not 
only established one of the finest basketball programs in 
die nation at the University of Maryland but his efforts 
have contributed greatly to the increased interest in the 
sport throughout the area on all levels. 

When Coach Driesell accepted the challenge offered 
him at College Park he immediately won over the 
basketball fans with his exciting game and packed Cole 
Field House. 

While building a solid, winning program he has 
also found time to develop several professional players, 
a Rhodes Scholar, two Phi Beta Kappas, and win 199 
basketball games in just 10 years at Maryland. 

Only one other active coach has a better winning per- 
centage than Driesell's .714 in 19 years as a major college 
head coach, including nine at Davidson. He has averaged 
19.9 wins a year while at Maryland and 19.7 a year 
for his 19 year coaching career, with a record of 375 
wins against only 150 losses. 

His summer camp at Maryland continues to fuel in- 
terest in the sport among the youngsters and is recognized 
as one of die finest in the nation featuring the finest 
basketball minds to instruct the youngsters. 

Driesell has not only established Maryland Basketball 
in Maryland but has his program recognized nationally. 
His many achievements have come despite competing in 
die toughest basketball conference in the nation over 
the years. 

No NCAA team has ever been more proficient at 
shooting, his teams always rank among the nation's 
leaders in scoring, rebounding, free dirow shooting and 
winning. He has never had a team out-rebounded, 
despite the lack of height on some teams. Ten of his 
teams have topped the 50 percent mark in field goal 
percentage. Ten of his teams have scored over 80 points 
a game including die Maryland record of 89.9 in 1974-75. 
Eleven of his teams have won over 20 games in a season. 

He has often deviated from his basic philosophy to ad- 
just to the talent on hand and this is the toughest 
job any coach has. His current team will operate from 
a basic 2-1-2 offense while over die years he has pre- 
ferred to operate with a double post. In the past when 



blessed with an abundance of talented 
guards he has operated from a diree quard 
offense. 

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

He has contributed numerous assistant 
coaches to the college ranks as head coaches 
widi assistants moving on to such schools 
as Virginia, Davidson, Cincinnati, Wash- 
ington State, West Virginia, William & 
Mary, South Carolina State, Hofstra, and 
Point Park. 

His Terps have excelled in International 
competition with a 10-0 record against 
some of the finest teams in the world, in- 
cluding the USSR and Yugoslavian Na- 
tional teams. Five of these teams have 
visited Cole Field House while the Terps 
also won the Eighth Intercontinental Cup 
Games in Mexico City in 1974. 

In his 10 years in College Park nearly 

two million fans have visited Cole Field 

House to watch the Maryland basketball team. The 

Terps have averaged 12,304 per date and 183,344 a 

season just to watch the regular season games. 

Driesell has also hosted the NCAA finals in Cole Field 
House, several NCAA Regional games and established 
one of the finest Holiday tournaments in the Maryland 
Invitational. 

"Lefty" has always been a winner starting his coach- 
ing career as a Junior Varsity Coach at Granby High 
in Norfolk, Virginia, his hometown, and continued on 
to become the best in his profession in the history of the 
state with 57 consecutive wins at nearby Newport News 
High. His ability to teach fundamentals became evident 



Coach Driesell poses with former players Maurice 
Howard, John Lucas, Len Elmore, and Tom McMillen 
during his annual summer basketball camp. 




imediately for where is there a beter 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 Newport News High for two years he 
left with not only a 57 game winning streak behind him 
but a state championship and 64 wins in 70 games. 

When he took over the dormant program at Davidson 
College his coaching ability again became immediately 
evident as with the talent on hand he recorded the best 
record Davidson Basketball had achieved in five years 
and in only his second year led the Wildcats to their 
first winning season in 13 years. In only his third season 
Davidson had recorded its first 20-victory season in 54 
years of competition and had achieved national prom- 
inence. 

After leading Davidson to six 20-victory seasons (6 
teams in the top 20) and a 27-3 record in 1969 he ac- 
cepted 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 antional ranking depending on 
which poll or publication you follow. 

A berth in the NCAA Midwest Regional Finals followed 



with a 24-5 record, a fifth place ranking and an Ail- 
Time NCAA fecord for field goal accuracy hitting .547 
percent from the field. It was his second NCAA field 
goal accuracy record with the first coming at Davidson. 

His 1975-76 team gave him five consecutive 20 victory 
seasons at Maryland with a 22-6 record and ranked 
eleventh in the nation. 

His 1978-79 team just missed a 20 victory season with 
a 19-11 record but advanced to the second round of the 
National Invitational Tournament. The Terps during 
the regular season had defeated three teams ranked among 
the top five at the time in Notre Dame 67-66 while 
they were the nation's top ranked team. Duke fell 70- 
68 while ranked third and North Carolina State 124- 
110 while ranked fourth. 

Driesell has had numerous players win national 
honors but certainly one of the most pleasing perform- 
ances was that of Buck Williams leading the ACC in 
rebounding and winning "Rookie of the Year" honors 
as a freshman in 1978-79. 

Even when "Lefty" is taking one of his short vacations 
he is where the action is. On July 12 of 1973 while 
surf fishing at Bethany Beach, Delaware around mid- 
night "Lefty" was credited with helping save the lives 
of at least 10 children and several adults from burning 
buildings in a townhouse complex near the beach. As a 
residt he 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. "Lefty" was born on 
Christmas day 1931. 




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—47 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-Tournament 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. 



NINETEEN YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 






1955-56 


Granby High J.V. 




Won 


18 


Lost 


4 
















1956-57 


Granby High 


Varsity 




Won 


15 


Lost 


5 




Won 375 Lost 


Pet.— .714 






1957-59 


Newport News 


Varsity 




Won 


64 


Lost 


6 




1965-66 Southern 


Conference 


Champions 






Four Year High School Record: 




Won 


97 


Lost 


15 




1967-68 Southern 


Conference 


Champions 






(included 
and State 


i 57-game winn 
Championship 


ng strea 


k 












1968-69 Southern 


Conference 


Champions 






1960-61 


Davidson 






Won 


9 


Lost 


14 




1971-72 NIT Champ 










1961-62 


Davidson 






Won 


14 


Lost 


11 
















1962-63 


Davidson 






Won 


20 


Lost 


7 


:fty 


DRIESELL'S NATIONALLY 


RANKED TEAMS 




1963-64 


Davidson 






Won 


22 


Lost 


4 
















1964-65 


David 


ion 






Won 


24 


Lost 


2 


1963 


A.P. Poll 


18th 


Davidson 






1965-66 


David 


>on 






Won 


21 


Lost 


7 


1964 


A.P. Poll 


10th 


Da 


vidson 






1966-67 


David 


ion 






Won 


15 


Lost 


12 


1965 


A.P. Poll 


6th 


Davidson 






1967-68 


David 


ion 






Won 


24 


Lost 


5 


1966 


A.P. Poll 


16th 


Davidson 






1968-69 


David 


on 






Won 


27 


Lost 


3 


1968 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Davidson 






1969-70 


Maryl 


ind 






Won 


13 


Lost 


13 


1969 


A.P. Poll 


3rd 


Da 


vidson 






1970-71 


Maryl 


ind 






Won 


14 


Lost 


12 


1972 


A.P. Poll 


11th 


Ma 


ryland 






1971-72 


Maryl 


md 






Won 


27 


Lost 


5 


1973 


A.P. Poll 


8th 


Ma 


ryland 






1972-73 


Maryl 


ind 






Won 


23 


Lost 


7 


1974 


A.P. Poll 


4th 


Ma 


ryland 






1973-74 


Maryl 


ind 






Won 


23 


Lost 


5 


1975 


A.P. Poll 


5th 


Maryland 






1974-75 


Maryl 


ind 






Won 


24 


Lost 


5 


1976 


A.P. Poll 


11th 


Ma 


ryland 






1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 


Maryl 
Maryl 
Maryl 

Maryl 


ind 
ind 
ind 
ind 






Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 


22 
19 
15 
19 


Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 


6 

8 

13 

11 






COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING 


STATISTICS 


















Shooting 






Reb 


ounds 


Scoring 




























Opp. 




Opp. 














YEAR 


FGA 


FGM 


PCT 


FTA 


FTM 


PCT AVC 


AVC 


AVC 


AVC 


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 


480 


.715 44.4 


40.3 


75.0 


73.4 


14 


12 










1971-72 


1,877 


929 


.495 


786 


586 


.746 43.4 


32.5 


76.4 


65.8 


27 


5 










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 










1976-77 


1,645 


850 


.516 


566 


415 


.733 38.8 


36.2 


78.3 


74.1 


19 


8 










1977-78 


1.829 


935 


.509 


599 


433 


.722 42.4 


37.7 


82.1 


79.5 


15 


13 










1978-79 


1.897 


954 


.503 


600 


430 


.717 38.5 


34.5 


77.9 


74.7 


19 


11 









DRIESELL ERA AT MARYLAND 



1969-70 13-13 Won 5 ACC games in his first year, 
5-9, although Terps were only 2-12 
and 4-10 the two previous years and 
won total of only eight games both 
years. Set Maryland atendance record 
of 138,000. (14 Home Games 138,000 
— average 9,900) (26 games 221,153 
average 8,506) 

1970-71 14-12 Won 5 ACC games and upset 3rd 
ranked South Carolina in Cole Field 
House. Set attendance record of 180,- 
842 and average of 12,056. (15 Home 
Games 180,842 — average 12,056) (26 
games 273,553 — average 10,521). 

1971-72 27- 5 Won National Invitational Tournament 
title. Advanced to finals of ACC Tour- 
nament. Started string of consecutive 
NON-ACC wins with 17 against NON- 
LEAGUE opponents and started string 
of 14 consecutive wins with four in 
NIT. Ranked 11th in AP Poll. (14 
Home Games 184,323 — average 13,- 
166) (32 games 352,436 — average 
11,014). 

1972-73 23- 7 Gained FINAL EIGHT in NCAA 
Tournament. Ran streak to 31 consec- 
utive wins against NON-ACC oppon- 
ents before losing to Providence in the 
finals of the NCAA Eastern Regionals. 
Increased attendance record for fourdi 
consecutive year. Won first 10 games 
of season to set consecutive win record 
of 14. 8th in AP Poll. (13 Home 
Games 172,828 — average 13,294) (30 
games 340,964 — average 11,365) 

1973-74 23- 5 Ranked 4th in AP Poll. Lost to North 
Carolina State 103-100 in ACC finals 
in what was considered the best ever 
in the league tournament. (13 Home 
Games 157,357 — average 12,104) 
(28 games 288,764 — average 10,313) 

1974-75 24- 5 Ranked 5th in AP Poll. Set NCAA 
field goal percentage record hitting 
.547 for season. ACC Coach of Year. 
Gained FINAL EIGHT in NCAA 
Tournament. Beat Notre Dame to 
reach Cliampionship game of Midwest 
Regionals. Won ACC regidar season 
title with 10-2 record. Won all 4 
games on home courts in North Caro- 
lina. Set new attendance records for 
Cole Field House. (14 Home Games 



187,971 — average 13,427) (29 games 
314,341 — average 10,839) 
1975-76 22-6 Ranked 11th in AP Poll. 5th consecu- 
tive 22 plus victory season. Won first 
1 1 games of season. Set Maryland free 
throw shooting record with .758. (15 
Home Games 186,656 — average 13,- 
110) (28 games 343,785 — average 
12,278) 

1976-77 19-8 Second year with 10 wins in a row. 
Had 11 in 1975-76. Brad Davis was 
1st round pick by Los Angeles as a 
Junior. Steve Sheppard 2nd round 
pick by Chicago. (19 Home Games 
240,254 — average 12,645) (27 games 
325,547 — average 12,057) 

1977-78 15-13 Beat North Carolina State 109-108 in 
opening round of ACC Tournament 
after losing twice during regular sea- 
son. Set school record with 130 points 
against East Carolina. (14 Home 
Games 172,173 — average 12,298) (28 
games 304,501 — average 10,875) 

1978-79 19-11 Gained 2nd round of NIT. Led ACC 
in attendance for eighth consecutive 
year. Upset top ranked teams in na- 
tion. No. 1 Notre Dame, No. 3 Duke, 
No. 4 North Carolina State No. 8 North 
Carolina State. Win over Notre Dame 
on National TV. Buck Williams 
named Rookie of Year in ACC. (18 
Home Games 201,536 — average 11,- 
196) (30 games 316,449 — average 
10,548). 





ASSISTANT COACHES 

TOM ABATEMARCO 

Graduate of Dowling 
College in Oakdale, New 
York. Played four years 
at Dowling and served 
one year as an assistant 
coach there and one year 
as assistant at New York 
Tech. 

Joined the staff at Iona 
College (team was 2-18 
the previous year) and 
players he recruited led 
Iona to the NCAA play- 
offs. Recruits included 6-10 Jeff Ruland and 6-10 Kevin 
Vesey along with 6-3 Glenn Vickers and 6-2 Kevin 
Hamilton. After two years at Iona he joined the Davidson 
staff where he recruited Jamie Hall, a 6-10 from Pitts- 
burgh. He was on the St. Johns staff last year and the 
team was a Eastern Regional Finalist in the NCAA 
tournament and had two wins over Duke. He recruited 
a high school all-american for St. Johns in Dave Russell 
6-6 and a all New York City guard in 6-3 Kevin Wil- 
liams. His wifes name is Dawn. 

JOHN KOCHAN 

Graduate of City Uni- 
versity of New York (Leh- 
man College) where he 
received his B.A. and the 
University of Maryland 
where he received his 
Masters with an emphasis 
on Sport Psychology. He 
Captained both the bas- 
ketball and baseball teams 
at Lehman college and 
was the MVP in both 
sports. He served as a 
graduate assistant with Coach "Lefty" Driesell while at 
Maryland (1972-75) and moved to Davidson College 
with Maryland Assistant Dave Pritchett. When Pritchett 
became ill he served as an interim head coach at David- 
son and then remained there with Eddie Biedenbach. He 
is a native of New York. His wife, the former Jane 
Wolf, worked as an art teacher in the Prince Georges 
County School System while he was at Maryland. 

SHERMAN DILLARD 

Graduate of James 
Madison University where 
he was a recipient of one 
of 15 NCAA post graduate 
scholarships and a Dean's 
list student. Graduated 
Magna Cum Laude with 
a BS in Health and Phy- 
sical Education. Had a 
3.7 grade point average 
on a 4.0 scale. 

He was chosen by the 
National Association of 
Basketball Coaches as an All-American, a draft choice 
of the Indiana Pacers in the 1978 NBA Draft and scored 
over 2,0000 points in his career at James Madison. 

His duties with the Terrapins will include being aca- 
demic coordinator, scouting and recruiting in addition to 
coaching responsibilities on the floor. 

He is a graduate assistant with the Terps. 



Athletic Department 

STAFF 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 
20740 

Telephone: AREA CODE (301) 





ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE 

Athletic Director — Carl C. James 454-4705 

Assistant AD — William "Spider" Fry 454-4706 

Assistant AD — Frank Gray 454-2641 

Assistant AD — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

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Gothard Lane 454-4067 

Business Manager — Dick Dull 454-2121 

Faculty Chairman — Dr. Charles A. Taff .... 454-2403 

Ticket Manager — Deborah Russell 454-2121 

Educational Foundation — Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 

Director of Golf Course — Frank Cronin .... 454-2131 

Band Director — John Wakefield 454-2501 



COACHES — MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball — Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 

Cross Countrly — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Fencing — Mike Dowhower 454-3286 

Football — Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 

Golf — Randy Hoffman 454-2131 

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 — John McHugh 454-2652 



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Basketball — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-6685 

Field Hockey — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-3076 

Gymnastics — Bob Nelligan 454-5854 

Lacrosse — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-3076 

Swimming — Lisa M. Papa 454-5939 

Tennis — Sylvia Feldman 454-5854 

Track — Stan Pitts 454-6685 

Volleyball — Barbara Drum 454-3090 



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Trainer — John J. Bush 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers — Jim Weir 454-2758 

Sandra Worth 454-5854 

Rod Martin 454-2758 

Equipment Manager — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Don Cressinger 454-2127 

Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

Bud Apple 454-2825 



SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director — Jack Zane 864-4076 

Assistant — Patti Flynn 454-2123 

Secretary — Therese Ryan 454-2123 

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Greg L. Manning 

6-M/2, Junior, Guard 
Highspire, Pennsylvania 




Greg Manning came to Maryland from Steelton-High- 
spire High where he won All State honors and was named 
the MVP for the Western Pennsylvania all-stars. 

He led Steel-High to a 29-3 record and runner-up 
honors in the PIAA AAA Championship Tournament. 
Enroute to the championship game he set a tournament 
record with 57 points against Nanticoke hitting 14 straight 
shots and 25 for 28 from the floor for the game. Even 
with his 57 points he hit two free throws with 17 seconds 
left to ice the 87-83 win. 

He played in all 28 games for the Terps as a freshman, 
starting 21 games, and in only his fourth game with the 
Terps hit eight consecutive shots and 10 of 12 in the 
Hersheypark Arena before a hometown crowd. He hit 
23 points in that game and 25 later in the season against 
Army enroute to a 12.1 scoring average as a freshman. 

He played in 29 games as a sophomore with a 11.4 
scoring average. Again his high game was 25 points, 
this time against North Carolina State and he had 23 as 
the Terps upset fifth ranked Duke 70-68. He was named 
the ACC Player of the Week after the Duke game. He 
suffered a fracture of the Transverse Process on the 
third Lumbar Vertebrae in the Wake Forest game, did 
not play against Virginia and made a brief appearance 
against Clemson in the ACC tournament. 

He was a honor roll student in high and on the ACC 
Honor Roll at Maryland. 

While at Steel-High he played in 59 games, scored 
1,296 points for a 22.0 average and scored 318 points 
in 10 games in the state tournament for a 31.8 tourna- 
ment average. 

He is a superior free throw shooter hitting streaks of 
23, 16 and 15 last year and hit 11 of 12 in the North 
Carolina State game. 

DATE OF BIRTH — July 19, 1959 in Harrisburg 
Pennsylvania. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


FRESHMAN 


28 


21 


123 


215 


SOPHOMORE 


29 


16 


132 


240 



.PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
.572 92 108 .852 60 74 64-1 338 12.1 

.550 66 77 .857 33 47 58-4 330 11.4 



rr Lefty' Says — "Greg has been our starting g7tard for two years and is an excellent shooter and scorer. With two 
years of starting experience behind him ive look for him to have a great year. He has worked hard ii'ith the zveights 
and the nautilus this fall and we look for him to be much stronger and quicker this time around." 



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Mr. & Mrs. Donald Manning 



Coach Benkovic 
Steelton-Highspire High 





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15 

Reggie Wesly Jackson 

6-4, Sophomore, Guard 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Reggie Jackson came to Maryland from Roman Cath- 
olic High where he played for Speedy Morris and record- 
ed a 32-4 record his senior year. He averaged 18.6 points 
for his high school career with 1,861 points and a single 
game record of 41 points. As a senior and the team 
Captain he averaged 21.8 points a game and contributed 
130 assists. 

He played in all 30 games for the Terps as a fresh- 
man and started 14 games as a point guard. He had 
47 assists and pulled in 64 rebounds from his guard 
spot. 

His high game as a Terp freshman was 16 points as 
he hit seven field goals and two of three free throws 
against Canisius. 

With Coach Driesell switching the offense to a 2-1-2 
this year he has moved to the second guard spot where 
he will probably share playing time with Greg Manning 
giving the Terps a strong scoring threat from the position 
along with excellent ball handling. 

Reggie was named the MVP of the Sonny Hill League 
prior to his freshman year at Maryland and returned to 
Philadelphia this past summer to lead the College League 
in assists rank seventh in scoring and sixth in field goal 
percentage. He was also fifth in steals. He had 58 
assists in his 10 games. 

He was named to the All-American teams in high in- 
cluding the Scholastic Coach squad and played in the 
McDonald's Classic in Landover. Maryland. 

He ran a 5:12 mile, fourth fastest, when the Terps 
began practice this past October cutting 20 seconds off 
his freshman time. He ran the fastest mile and a half on 
the team with a 8:31. 

DATE OF BIRTH — March 26, 1960 in Philadelphia. 






GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


FRESHMAN 


30 


14 


55 


142 


.387 


26 


42 


.619 



REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
64 47 65-0 136 4.5 



"LEFTY" Says — "Reggie was our starling guard in 14 games last year and did a tremendous job. He was our start- 
ing guard in our big wins over Notre Dame and Duke and we look for him to be even belter in his sophomore 
year. Reggie is one of the best defensive players on our team, is strong and quick and we look for him to score more 
in our offense this year. He has lost 15 pounds over the summer and it has increased his quickness." 



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Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Jackson 




Coach Speedy Morris 
Roman Catholic High 




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21 

Greg Joseph" Dutch" Morley 

6-2, Sophomore, Guard 
Hyat+sville, Maryland 




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■f'vV *>, 



^ T ^ E D P M E 




"Dutch" Morley came to Maryland from nearby De- 
Matha High where he led the Stags to an undefeated 
season, 27-0 and the ranking as the NUMBER ONE team 
in the nation. 

He averaged seven assists a game, and took five charges 
a game while serving as the playmaker for Morgan 
Wooton. He was the MVP of the McDonald's Classic in 
Landover while playing for the underdog local All- 
Stars against the U.S. All-Stars, leading the local squad 
to an 81-74 win. 

His DeMatha team clinched the National title while 
winning their twenty seventh game of the season in the 
Cumberland tournament. The pure point guard was 
the Most Valuable Senior at DeMatha where he also 
served as a Baseball pitcher and received Academic 
Honors all four years. 

He played in all 30 games for the Terps as a freshman 
and started seven games as the point guard, while leading 
the team in assists with 128 and in steals with 76. He 
scored his season high of 12 points in his first collegiate 
game and then had 10 in the Terp upset of Duke when 
the Blue Devils were the nation's fifth ranked team. He 
came off the bench to play 35 minutes in the 82-81 
overtime win in Raleigh and again in the Duke game to 
play 32 minutes. He had 1 1 assists in the opening round 
win over Clemson in the ACC Tournament. He also 
had 11 assists against Biscayne, and was second in the 
ACC in asists for the season. 

While not shooting much he hit four of six shots in 
the upset of the Nation's top ranked Notre Dame and 
four of five shots along with a pair of free throws in the 
upset of Duke. He hit three of three shots and six of 
seven free throws in his first game with the Terps 
scoring 12 points against Bucknell. 

His brother Michael and cousin Patti Wessell Flynn 
attended Maryland with Patti playing on the Maryland 
Women's team. 

DATE OF BIRTH — August 4, 1960 in Washington, 
D.C. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


ETA 


.PCT 


FRESHMAN 


30 


7 


21 


63 


.333 


34 


43 


.791 



REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
54 128 60-1 76 2.5 



"LEFTY" Says — "Dutch Morley is our leader and point guard and last year, as a freshman, was second in the 
ACC in assists. He gained 15 pounds last summer and is stronger and more aggressive defensively. His jump shooting 
has improved. If Dutch can lead our ball club and control the tempo on defense and offense, we'll be tough to 
beat." 



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a; J 







Mr. & Mrs. William A. Morley 




Coach Morgan Wooten 
DeMatha High 



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22 

Mark David Fothergill 

6-9, Freshman, Forward 
Somerset, Kentucky 




Mark Fothergill came to Maryland from Somerset 
High where he was a three year starter, first team All- 
State by both Lexington and Louisville papers and 
Captained the Somerset team. He played on two District 
Championship teams and a Regional Champion while 
leading Somerset to a three year record of 58-26. His 
teams were 22-7, 20-8 and 16-11 at Somerset while play- 
ing for Coach Chuck Eckler. 

As a senior in high he hit 217 of 375 field goals for 
58 percent shooting, 70 of 90 free throws for 78 percent 
and 504 points for the season. He pulled in 112 offensive 
rebounds and 185 defensive rebounds for an average of 
13.5 rebounds a game to go widi his 22.9 scoring average. 

As a junior he averaged 17.7 while hiting 56 percent 
of his field goals and pulling in 1 1 rebounds a game 
after a 14.0 scoring average and seven rebound average 
as a sophomore. 

He also played four years as a first baseman on the 
baseball team at Somerset. 

He played in the Akron Ail-American Cage Classic, 
the Kentucky East-West game and the Kentucky-Indiana 
series. 

His biggest dirill in high school was in defeating Dan- 
ville for the 12th Regional Championship and getting 
to play in the state tournament. 

He played his best against the top teams in high 
scoring a high of 39 points against powerful Lexington 
Henry Clay and 30 points against State Champion 
Lexington Lafayette. 

He was the most sought after player in his high school 
area since Kenny Gibbs (Vanderbilt) in the '60's. He 
considered such schools as Vanderbilt, Mississippi, West 
Virginia, Kentucky and Purdue before making Maryland 
his choice. "I think it's a wise decision — he wanted 
to play at a big school with good tradition" Eckler 
said. 



DATE OF BIRTH 

Louisiana. 



December 26, 1960 in Shreveport, 




"LEFTY" Says — "Mark is a freshman from Somerset, Kentucky ivho is an excellent shooter and rebounder. We're 
trying to work hard with Mark this year on his fundamentals and hopefully, he will see considerable action at the 
big forward, small forward and possibly center position." 



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Mrs. Judy Fothergill - Mark - Coach Chuck Eckler, Somerset High 





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23 

David Matthew Henderson 

6-9, Junior, Center 
Roanoke, Virginia 




David Henderson came to Maryland from Roanoke's 
Patrick Henry High where he averaged 12.1 points a 
game and 15 rebounds a game in his senior year. He 
helped Patrick Henry to gain the semi finals of the State 
AAA tournament. 

He Captained the basketball team at Patrick Henry and 
his senior year climaxed one of the fastest improving 
careers in the state. 

He was a member of the National Honor Society 
and High School's "Who's Who" and was a first team 
All-League selection in high. 

As an Engineering Major at Maryland he is on the 
ACC Honor Roll. 

Coach Driesell noted his improvement in his senior 
year in high and was impressed by his "potential". He 
has continued to improve at Maryland. He played in 
11 games as a freshman in 1976-77 and did not play 
in 1977-78. He scored only five points as a freshman 
hitting two of the three shots he took. 

He again played in 11 games last year and hit five 
of his eight shots scoring 14 points but earning his 
letter. He was four of five from the foul line. 

He works hard in practice, is intelligent and has a 
superior attitude. 

He hit all three of his shots in the opening game 
of the season last winter while playing seven minutes 
and scoring six points in the 107-97 win over Bucknell. 

DATE OF BIRTH — May 4, 1958 in Roanoke, Virginia. 






GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


FRESHMAN 


11 





2 


3 


SOPHOMORE 


11 





5 


8 



.PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
.667 1 2 .500 5 5-0 5 0.4 

.625 4 5 .800 10 1 4-0 14 1.3 



"Lefty" Says — "David Henderson is in his fourth year here at the University of Maryland and has not gotten that 
much playing time, but has worked hard and this could be his year. He is a hustler, an intelligent player, and has 
a great attitude. All he needs is the opportunity to get game experience and he could help our ball club a great 
deal" 



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Mr. & Mrs. Jack Henderson 



Coach Kepley 
Patrick Henry High 





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25 

Ernest Karl Graham 

6-7, Junior, Forward 
Baltimore, Maryland 




^ 



Ernest Graham came to Maryland from Dunbar High 
in Baltimore where he was All-State, and the Most 
Valuable Player in the Baltimore City Public School 
Tournament. 

He led Dunbar to a 23 game undefeated regular season 
only suffering a post-season loss to West Philadelphia in 
Baltimore's Civic Center. 

He averaged 22.3 points and 18.5 rebounds as a 
Senior and played on a championship team all three years 
in high, playing for Lake Clifton as a sophomore and 
junior and transferring to Dunbar as a senior. Lake 
Clifton won the Maryland Scholastic Association and 
Baltimore City titles as did Dunbar following his transfer. 

As a freshman at Maryland he scored 177 points with a 
high of 20 points against North Carolina State in the 
ACC Tournament and 10 rebounds against Duke in the 
ACC Semi-Finals and East Carolina earlier in the season. 
He shared scoring honors against Duke in Durham as 
a freshman with 16 points in regular season game. 

As a sophomore he started 29 of his 30 games and 
attracted early season attention hitting a school record 
44 points in 124-110 win over fourth ranked North 
Carolina in December. He hit 18 of 26 shots from the 
field and eight of 10 free throws in the game while 
playing only 25 minutes. He scored in double figures 
in 22 consecutive games before going into a late season 
slump that saw him score only 4 points in the next 
three games. He then finished strong with 83 points in 
the final five games. He was named the ACC "Player of 
the Week" after the North Carolina State game. 

He had a team high 28 points against Notre Dame 
in the upset of the Nation's top ranked team as he hit 
13 of 23 from the field. 

He has played guard and forward for the Terps but 
moved to the big forward slot in the early practice as 
Coach Driesell switched to a 2-1-2 offense. 

His brother Kevin went to Gardner Webb. 



DATE OF BIRTH — June 11, 
Maryland. 



1959 in Baltimore, 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


FRESHMAN 


26 


2 


74 


140 


SOPHOMORE 


30 


29 


222 


454 



.PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
.521 29 42 .690 80 28 53-2 177 6.4 

.489 55 73 .753 86 62 87-3 499 16.6 



"LEFTY" Says — "Ernest Graham is one of the best shooters I have ever coached. I would put him in the class with 
Dick Snyder, John Lucas, Tom McMillen and Fred Hetzel. Ernest is also an excellent ball handler for his size 
and is now close to 6'8". He can play u'ith anybody in the country when he is intent and concentrating on his game. 
Sometimes he has a habit of "Drifting" a little, and once we get this under control, you will hear a lot about 
Ernest Graham." 



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21 



41 

Jon Stuart Robinson 

6-4, 184, Freshman 
Gas+onia. North Carolina 




Jon Robinson came to Maryland from Hunter Hess 
High in Gastonia, North Carolina where he served as 
Captain of the 1977 State Championship team. 

He was accorded Most Valuable Player honors in 
the 1977 State Tournament and All-State honors in 
1978. 

He played for Green Burye at Hunter Hess where he 
lettered as a guard for three years. He cites winning the 
State Championship in high school and signing a Grant- 
in-Aid to attend Maryland as his most memorable 
moments in sports. 

Jon played 16 minutes against the Yugoslavian Team 
on November 2 hitting two of the three shots he took. 
He can play either the lead guard or second guard role 
and will see considerable playing time as a redshirt 
freshman this year. 

With Coach Driesell switching to a 2-1-2 offense he 
will primarily share the lead guard role with Dutch 
Morley. He is a good shooter, plays defense and can 
handle the ball He ran the mile in 5:14 and the third 
fastest mile and a half on the team in 8:33. 

DATE OF BIRTH — September 14, 1960 in Plainville, 
Kansas. 




"LEFTY" Says — "Jon Robinson is only a freshman but was on our squad last year and was "red-shirted". He is in 
uiper condition and is an excellent shooter and defender. Jon could give us a lot of help although he lacks playing 
experience at this time." 



22 







23 



42 

Herman Veal, Jr. 

6-6, Freshman, Forward 
Jackson, Mississippi 




Herman Veal came to Maryland from Robert M. Calla- 
way High in Jackson, Mississippi where he captained the 
basketball team to a Sub-District title as a center. 

He was the Most Valuable Player for Robert Callaway 
and played for the Mississippi Association of Coaches 
All-Star South team losing a 90-89 decision to the North 
squad. 

He cites his most memorable moment in sports as 
playing in the AAU National Championship Tournament 
in Jacksonville, Florida and scoring 30 points with 15 
rebounds. 

Herman is the only athlete in a family of two brothers 
and seven sisters. 

He is enrolled in Liberal Arts and enjoys "soft music" 
as his hobby. 

DATE OF BIRTH — March 16, 1961 in Jackson, 
Mississippi. 




"LEFTY" Says — "Herman Veal is a tremendous leaper and has a lot of potential. We plan to work hard with 
him on his fundamentals this year and get him as much playing time as possible. He can play either the small forward 
or big forward position and is an aggressive young man who should be an outstanding basketball player for us here 
at Maryland." 



24 





Coach Bobby Ray 
Robert M. Callaway High 





25 



■ 50 

John Bilney 

6-8, Senior, Power Forward 
Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey 




John Bilney came to Maryland from Pascack Hills 
High where he averaged 23 points and 22 rebounds a 
game. His junior year in high he set a school record 
with 470 rebounds had 66 assists and 120 blocked 
shots while averaging 22.4 points a game and 21.1 
rebounds. He was Co-Captain of the team his senior 
year. 

He played in 19 Maryland games as a freshman, 25 
as a sophomore with seven starts and 30 games as a 
junior. He pulled in nine rebounds in 12 minutes 
against Bucknell as a freshman for his career high that 
he equaled is a sophomore against East Carolina. He also 
scored nine points in the East Carolina game. 

He scored only 58 points as a junior in 30 games but 
pulled in 66 rebounds, and contributed 25 assists. He 
played some fine defense for the Terps last year as he 
saw much more playing time than his offensive statistics 
indicate, with 14 steals and eight blocked shots. 

While in high school he was a honorable mention 
All-American and played in All-Star games in Phila- 
delphia, Seattle, New York, the McDonald's Classic in 
Landover, and Connecticut. His father played basketball 
at Davis-Elkins and Rutgers. 

Bilney cites his first appearance on the Cole Field 
House court as a freshman playing for the varsity against 
Ball State as his most memorable moment in sports. He 
hit the first shot of his varsity career, hit two of three 
in that game and scored five points while playing 14 
minutes and also recorded his first blocked shot. 

He was highly recruited in high school and made 
his decision in January announcing his intentions at 
that time ending the recruiting drive of many schools at 
that time. 

His brother Dan was All-New England as a baseball 
player at the University of Massachusetts. 

DATE OF BIRTH — February 25, 1958 in Holliswood, 
New York. 



FRESHMAN 

SOPHOMORE 

JUNIOR 



GP GS FGM FGA 

19 8 15 

25 7 20 45 

30 22 53 



.PCT FTM FTA .PCT 

.533 7 13 .538 

.444 7 19 .368 

.415 14 28 .500 



REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

35 5 19-0 23 1.2 

58 9 44-1 47 1.9 

66 25 53-1 58 1.9 



"LEFTY" Says — "John Bilney is the only senior on our squad and has more experience than the majority of our 
front-court people. He is a hard-nosed defensive player and an excellent passer and rebounder; and will cer- 
tainly be a boost to our ball club coming off the bench." 



26 





Mr. & Mrs. John Bilney 




Coach Simpson 
Pascack Hills High 




27 



52 

Charles Linwood "Buck" Williams 

6-8, Sophomore, Center-Power Forward 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 




"Buck" Williams came to Maryland from Rocky 
Mount High and immediately made the fans around 
the league take notice as he led the ACC in rebounding 
as a freshman and captured "Rookie of the Year" honors. 

He pulled in 323 rebounds in 30 games for a 10.8 
average with league runner-up Mike Giminski of Duke 
pulling in 275 in 30 games for a 9.2 average. 

While at Rocky Mount he scored over 1,000 points 
and pulled in over 1,000 rebounds. In his senior year 
he averaged 21.3 points a game and pulled in 19.7 re- 
bounds a game while leading Rocky Mount to the State 
Championship. He Captained the basketball team for 
Coach Reggie Henderson. He played football in junior 
high as a defensive end. 

"Buck" was a high school All-American, including 
Scholastic Coach and was named the Most Valuable 
Player in the State Tournament. He played with the South 
team in the Mini-Olympics during the summer prior 
to entering Maryland. This past summer he played with 
the United States team in the International Cup compe- 
tition and was the second leading scorer on the 1 1 man 
squad with 62 points in five games. The team lost only 
to the Russians. 

He was cited three times as the ACC "Rookie of the 
Week" enroute to the "Rookie of the Year" Honors. 
Contributing to his selections were 15 rebounds in the 
67-66 upset of Notre Dame, the Nation's top ranked team, 
on National Television, his 13 rebounds against then 
fourth ranked North Carolina State and 23 rebounds 
along with 26 points in the Perm State and Biscayne 
games. 

He had 19 points against North Carolina to go 
with 14 rebounds in his highest scoring game while 
his top rebounding game came in Las Vegas when he 
pulled in 22 against the Nevada-Las Vegas team. He 
also had 17 points in that game. 

While playing center in the November 2 game against 
the Yugoslavian National Team he scored a game high 
27 points and pulled in a game high 16 rebounds de- 
spite facing a 6-11 opponent. 

He was a power forward in the early pre-season 
sessions but with the departure of Larry Gibson may 
wind up at center this winter, and is certain to excell 
at either position. 

He ran the mile faster than any basketball Terrapin 
ever had for Coach Driesell turning in a 4:59 as a 
freshman. This past October he topped that with a 4:53. 

DATE OF BIRTH — March 8, 1960 in Rocky Mount, 
North Carolina. 



GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


30 


30 


120 


206 


.583 


60 


109 


.550 



REB(AVG) ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 

323(10.8) 18 77-2 300 10.0 



"LEFTY" Says — "Buck Williams ivas the leading rebounder in the ACC as a freshman last year and as I told Buck, 
that will make it even tougher for him to lead the ACC in rebounding this year. Horvever, Buck has worked hard 
in the off-season and played extremely well in the International Cup Games. I look for Buck to be even more ag- 
gressive off the backboards and to increase his 10.2 average of last year. Buck has the potential to become an 
All-American if he is willing to pay the price." 



28 





Coach Reggie Henderson 
Rocky Mount High 





29 



54 

Taylor Baldwin 

6-10, Sophomore, Center 
Greenwich, Connecticut 






Taylor Baldwin came to Maryland from Greenwich 
High where he was All-State as a center playing for 
Garland Allen. He Captained the Greenwich High 
team and played with the Connecticut All-Stars in the 
Akron All-American Classic and in the Bridgeport 
Jewish Classic. 

He set all of his high school scoring and rebounding 
records. In his senior year he averaged 23.1 points a 
game and 15 rebounds. 

His father, now deceased, was a football and hockey 
star at Harvard and was invited to the Olympics in 
Hockey. 

He played sparingly as a freshman but did get in 18 
games. He hit his high of four points and four rebounds 
in the Biscayne game as he played 13 minutes. He had 
two points and three rebounds in the final game of the 
season against Ohio State in the NIT. 

He played nine minutes at center against the Yugoslav- 
ian National Team in a physical game. 

DATE OF BIRTH — March 10, 1959 in Bombay, India. 




GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


HESHMAN 18 





6 


16 


.375 


4 


9 


.444 



REB ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
21 3 16-1 16 0.9 



"LEFTY" Says — "Taylor lost 27 pounds over the summer by doing a lot of running, agility work, and working 
hard on his game. He is getting up and down the eourt quicker, and jumping better and he will have a shot at 
being our starting center this year. Taylor is a competitor and if he can do a solid job for us defensively on the 
boards and score inside, he may very well be our starting center this year. He has worked harder in the off-season 
than just about anyone I have ever coached and I feel certain it will pay off for him." 



30 






Mrs. Peter Baldwin 




31 



55 

Albert King 

6-6, Junior, Quick Forward 
Brooklyn, New York 




Albert King came to Maryland from Fort Hamilton 
High as the "Best Basketball Player in New York City" 
and was proclaimed by many as the greatest high school 
basketball player in the country. 

He may well become the best basketball player in the 
ACC this whiter after a lot of hard work and a summer 
of International competition. In the November 2 game 
with the Yugoslavian National Team he hit 26 points 
and pulled in 11 rebounds despite playing against much 
taller opposition and hit the boards as hard as anyone 
can. 

He scored 381 points as a freshman and 444 as a 
sophomore while contributing 126 assists during the two 
years and pulling in 331 rebounds. 

He will play the quick forward in Coach Driesell's 
switch to the 2-1-2 offense this year. Al started 26 
games as a freshman and 24 last winter and was the 
ACC "Player of the Week" while winning MVP honors 
in the Maryland Invitational Tournament. 

An exceptional team player he had a high of 30 points 
as a sophomore after a high of 27 points as a freshman. 
He twice scored 27 points last year, in a slow down 
against St. Joseph's that the Terps won 62-56 in over- 
time, and the final game of the season against Ohio 
State in the NIT. 

As a freshman he had 64 assists, 21 steals and 11 
blocked shots to go with his scoring and rebounding 
and last winter had 62 assists, 30 steals and ten blocked 
shots. 

He averaged 31.3 points a game for 64 games in high 
school and pulled in 20.6 rebounds a game with a total 
of 2,004 points and 1,284 rebounds. He was named by 
Parade Magazine as one of the top three basketball 
players in the nation and was a three year All-American 
in high school. He was an honorable mention All- 
American for the Terps last year. 

He cut 24 seconds off his best mile time this past 
October as he covered the mile in 5:06, second best 
on the team, and the mile and a half in 8:32 just one 
second behind Buck Williams the leader. King has 
worked hard to prepare for his junior year and the 
results are certain to be pleasing to Terrapin fans. 

His brother played at Tennessee. 

DATE OF BIRTH — December 17, 1959, in Brooklyn 

New York. 



GP 

Sophomore 28 
Freshman 28 



GS FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT REB(AVG) ASST PF-DSQ POINTS AVG 
26 164 327 .502 53 82 .646 187 ( 6.7 64 73-3 381 13.6 

24 191 387 .494 62 81 .765 144( 5.1) 62 62-2 444 15.9 



"LEFTY" Says — "Albert is still only 18 years old and will not be 19 until December 17. He has matured and worked 
very hard this summer and fall on his shooting and has spent many hours in the nautilus and iveight rooms during the 
off season. He has increased his upper body strength tremendously. I think Albert is in the best shape of his career 
and with continued work can become our next All-American here at Maryland." 



32 





Mr. & Mrs. Thomas King 



Coach Kern 
Fort Hamilton High 




^ ^ J00B^ 





King's statistics at Fort Hamilton High Schol: 

Sophomore 20 Games 528 points 26.4 avg. 

Junior 22 Games 629 points 28.6 avg. 

Senior 22 Games 848 points 38.6 avg. 

Totals: 64 Games 2004 points 31.3 avg. 



98 of 150 fouls 18 Reb. per game 

104 of 140 fouls 20 Reb. per game 

94 of 157 fouls 22 Reb. per game 

296 of 447 fouls 1284 Reb. 

20.6 Reb. per game 



33 



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. 



Radio 65 

WMUC 



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. 





ertcafl 



Both Wire services staff the Terrapin games with 
Regional Sports Editors Gordon Beard of Associated 
Press and Don Cronin 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 s;taJF 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. 



THE 




dla ^ondback ******* 



s \jN 



34 



BILLY PACKER AND DICK ENBERG DOING A MARYLAND GAME 
FOR NBC-TV'S NATIONAL NETWORK FROM COLE FIELD HOUSE 




35 



"LEFTY'S" NBA PLAYERS 




LEN ELMORE 

Indiana Pacers 
1st Round 




>^ 



TOM McMILLEN 

Buffalo Braves 

New York Knicks 

Atlanta Hawks 

1st Round 




MAURICE "MO" HOWARD 

Cleveland Cavaliers 

New Orleans Jazz 

2nd Round 




DICK SNYDER 

(Davidson) 

Cleveland Cavaliers 

1st Round 



36 



"LEFTY'S" NBA PLAYERS 





JOHN LUCAS 

Houston Rockets 
1st Player Picked in 1976 NBA Draft 



BRAD DAVIS 

Los Angeles Lakers 
1st Round 





STEVE SHEPPARD 

Chicago Bulls 
2nd Round 






MOSES MALONE 

Houston Rockets 
1st Round 


OTHER 


DRIESELL 


PLAYERS DRAFTED 


INTO 


THE NBA 


Darrell Brown 




Don Davidson 




Jim O'Brien 


Owen Brown 




Fred Hetzel 




Tom Roy 


Bob Bodell 




Jerry Kroll 




Howard White 


Doug Cook 
Larry Gibson 




Mike Malloy 
Lawrence Boston 

37 




Barry Yates 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L 

Alabama 1 

American University 1 1 

Appalachian State 2 

University of Arizona 1 

Arizona State University 1 

Air Force 2 

Army 3 8 

Bainbridge Naval Station 2 

Baltimore University 2 

Biscayne 1 

Boston College 1 

Boston University 1 

Brown 2 

Bucknell 3 

Buffalo 4 

Canisius 4 

Catholic 10 6 

Cincinnati 1 1 

Citadel 1 

City College of New York 1 1 

Clemson 49 24 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 1 

Creighton 1 

Davidson 6 3 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

DePaul 1 

DePauw 2 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 38 56 

Duquesne 4 

East Carolina 4 

Eastern Kentucky 1 

East Tennessee 1 

Evansville 1 

Florida 1 

Fordham 6 2 

Fort Belvoir 1 

Gallaudet 6 1 

Georgetown 34 21 

George Washington 30 22 

Georgia 1 3 

Georgia Tech 4 

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 6 

LSU 2 

Louisville 3 

Loyola (Md.) 1 4 

Loyola {Louisiana} 1 

Maine 1 

Marine Corps Institute 1 1 

Marshall 1 2 

Maryland Eastern Shore 

Memphis State 2 

Miami (Fla.) 3 3 

Miami (Ohio) 1 1 



W L 

Michigan 1 2 

Michigan State 1 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi Aggies 1 

Mississippi State 2 

Montana State 1 

Navy 27 26 

Nevada/ Las Vegas 1 1 

New Mexico A & M 1 

New York University 1 

Niagara 1 

North Carolina - Charlotte 1 

North Carolina 30 69 

North Carolina State 28 50 

Northwestern 1 

Notre Dame 4 2 

Ohio State 1 1 

Ohio Wesleyan 1 

Oklahoma State 1 

Pennsylvania 1 11 

Penn State 6 5 

Pittsburgh 1 1 

Princeton 3 3 

Providence 1 

Quantico Marines 2 2 

Randolph Macon 2 1 

Rhode Island 2 

Rhode Island State 1 

Richmond 22 14 

Rutgers 2 2 

St. Francis (Pa.) 1 

St. John's (Md.) 9 3 

St. John's (N.Y.) 1 1 

St. Joseph's 2 

San Francisco 1 

Santa Clara 1 

Seton Hall 2 1 

South Carolina 29 23 

Southern California 1 

Southern Illinois 1 

Stevens Institute 4 1 

Syracuse 4 

Tampa 2 

Temple 1 

Tennessee 2 

Texas El Paso 1 

Texas Tech 1 

Tulsa 1 

UCLA 2 

U.S. Merchant Marine 1 2 

Vanderbilt 1 

Virginia 70 38 

Virginia Military Institute 40 10 

Virginia Tech 22 4 

Wake Forest 27 30 

Washington & Lee 26 24 

Washington College 13 4 

West Virginia 9 18 

Western Kentucky 2 

Western Maryland 12 

Wichita 1 

William & Mary 16 8 

Wisconsin 2 

Woodrow General Hospital 1 1 

Wyoming 1 

Xavier 1 

Yale 1 



ALL-TIME HIGH SCORING GAMES 



130 


East Carolina 


106 


1977-78 


129 


Canisius 


103 


1978-79 


127 


East Carolina 


84 


1975-76 


127 


Brown 


82 


1972-73 


124 


N.C. State 


110 


1978-79 


122 


Boston University 


82 


1975-76 


117 


George Washington 


96 


1971-72 


115 


Georgetown 


83 


1973-74 


113 


DePauw 


49 


1974-75 


112 


Fordham 


73 


1973-74 



111 


Miami (Fla.) 


77 


1970-71 


111 


Long Island Univ. 


88 


1975-76 


110 


Virginia 


75 


1973-74 


109 


N.C. State 


108 


1977-78 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


1970-71 


107 


George Washington 


81 


1965-66 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


1965-66 


107 


Canisius 


80 


1972-73 


107 


Bucknell 


97 


1978-79 


106 


Bucknell 


72 


1976-77 



38 



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 
1943-44 
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 



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 


;d by 


"FLUCIE' 


STEWART: 


11 


13 


9 


7 


9 


17 


8 


7 


7 
27 


18 
48 


5 
22 


13 
27 


HED BY BUD MILLIKAN 




15 


10 


11 


8 


13 


8 


9 


5 


15 


8 


12 


3 


23 


7 


7 


2 


17 


7 


10 


4 


14 


10 


7 


7 


16 


10 


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 
242 


14 
180 


5 
130 


9 
109 



TEAMS COACHED BY FRANK FELLOWS: 
1967-68 8 16 4 10 

1968-69 8 _[8 _2 _\2_ 

16 34 6 22 



TEAMS COACHED BY "LEFTY" DRIESELL 



1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 



ALL GAMES 


CONF 


GAMES 


Won 


Lost 


Won 


Lost 


13 


13 


5 


9 


14 


12 


5 


9 


27 


5 


8 


4 


23 


7 


7 


5 


23 


5 


9 


3 


24 


5 


10 


2 


22 


6 


7 


5 


19 


8 


7 


5 


15 


13 


3 


9 


19 
199 


11 
85 


7 
68 


7 

58 




39 



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 


CI em son 




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 




111 


Miami (Fla.) 




99 


Richmond 




81 


N. C State 




31 


South' Carolina 




56 


Clemson 




69 


George Washington 




88 


Loyola (Md.) 




70 


North Carolina 




61 


N. C. State 




88 


Duke 




63 


Virginia 




67 


Duke 




76 


North Carolina 




56 


Seton Hall 




45 


Clemson 




81 


West Virginia 




66 


Wake Forest 




89 
63 


Virginia 
South Carolina 



77 


H 


71 


A 


75 


A 


104 


H 


101 


H 


69 


H 


71 


H 


58 


H 


91 


A 


88 


A 


76 


H 


55 


A 


63 


A 


57 


H 


68 


H 


50 


H 


77 


H 


64 


A 


71 


H 


71 


A 


90 


A 


87 


A 


85 


H 


83 


A 


71 


H 



67 



ACC 



73 


H 


70 


H 


66 


H 


71 


H 


96 


A 


96 


A 


72 


H 


77 


H 


67 


H 


83 


H 


30 


H 


52 


H 


67 


H 


69 


A 


105 


A 


71 


A 


79 


A 


78 


A 


70 


H 


100 


H 


55 


A 


51 


A 


83 


H 


72 


A 


84 


H 



71 



ACC 



1971-72 27-5 8-4 

Maryland 100 Brown 83 

118 George Washington 96 

57 Virginia 78 

79 Georgetown 46 

86 Canisius 77 

73 Loyola 60 

102 Holy Cross 79 

103 Western Kentucky 67 

90 St. John's 69 
83 N.C. State 70 

61 Clemson 63 
49 Wake Forest 46 
85 Navy 60 
82 Buffalo 58 
72 North Carolina 92 

66 N.C. state 65 

77 Duke 58 
85 Duquesne, 71 

78 Long Island Univ. 60 

79 North Carolina 77 

67 Clemson 57 
76 Richmond 61 
59 Duke 68 
64 Wake Forest 56 
45 Virginia 42 

54 Clemson 52 

62 Virginia 57 
64 North Carolina 73 
67 St. Joseph's 55 
71 Syracuse 65 

91 Jacksonville 77 
100 Niagara 69 



1972-73 23-7 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 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 

ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
NIT 
NIT 
NIT 
NIT 



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 



40 



MARYLAND YEAR BY YEAR 



1973-74 

Maryland 



23-5 



9-3 



64 


UCLA 


106 


Eastern Kentucky 


115 


Georgetown 


78 


San Francisco 


53 


Santa Clara 


102 


Holy Cross 


58 


Boston College 


96 


Richmond 


89 


Clemson 


72 


Wake Forest 


74 


N.C. State 


112 


Fordham 


72 


Navy 


86 


Canisius 


73 


North Carolina 


80 


N.C. State 


104 


Duke 


88 


Virginia 


92 


George Washington 


91 


North Carolina 


56 


Clemson 


98 


Duquesne 


64 


Duke 


77 


Wake Forest 


110 


Virginia 


85 


Duke 


105 


North Carolina 


100 


N.C. State 



1975-76 22-6 



Maryland 



7-5 



127 


East Carolina 


99 


DePauw 


98 


Richmond 


122 


Boston University 


93 


Georgia Tech 


81 


Fordham 


70 


UNC — Charlotte 


104 


Seton Hall 


66 


Princeton 


111 


Long Island 


82 


George Washington 


93 


Wake Forest 


87 


N.C. State 


87 


Navy 


77 


Clemson 


93 


North Carolina (ot) 


102 


N.C. State 


69 


Notre Dame 


69 


Virginia 


102 


Duke 


69 


North Carolina 


98 


Clemson 


72 


Georgetown 


67 


Duke 


105 


Wake Forest 


81 


Virginia 


80 


Duke (ot) 


65 


Virginia 



65 


A 


57 


H 


83 


H 


60 


A 


32 


A 


75 


H 


37 


H 


60 


A 


60 


H 


59 


A 


80 


A 


73 


H 


50 


A 


73 


H 


82 


A 


86 


H 


83 


H 


81 


A 


71 


A 


80 


H 


54 


A 


72 


H 


61 


A 


68 


H 


75 


H 


66 


ACC 


85 


ACC 


103 


ACC 



84 


H 


42 


H 


71 


A 


82 


H 


65 


H 


56 


H 


60 


H 


69 


H 


59 


H 


88 


H 


72 


A 


96 


A 


69 


A 


69 


A 


82 


H 


95 


A 


84 


H 


63 


A 


66 


A 


91 


H 


81 


H 


89 


A 


63 


A 


69 


A 


91 


H 


73 


H 


78 


ACC 


73 


ACC 



1974-75 


2' 


\-5 10-2 


Maryland 


106 


Richmond 




99 


Wake Forest 




99 


Long Island 




104 


Georgetown 




113 


DePauw 




81 


George Washington 




105 


Georgia Tech 




75 


UCLA 




96 


Appalachian State 




90 


Notre Dame 




83 


Duke 




89 


Wake Forest 




103 


N.C. State 




87 


Navy 




82 


Clemson 




66 


North Carolina 




98 


N.C. State 




86 


Virginia 




65 


Fordham 




104 


Duke 




96 


North Carolina 




70 


Virginia 




103 


Duquesne 




70 


Clemson 




104 


East Tennessee 




85 


N.C. State 




83 


Creighton 




83 


Notre Dame 




82 


Louisville 



1976-77 19-8 



7-5 



Maryland 


79 


Notre Dame (ot) 




86 


Ball State 




49 


Long Island 




58 


Princeton 




80 


East Carolina 




92 


DePaul 




76 


Appalachian St. 




106 


Bucknell 




84 


Xavier 




96 


Syracuse 




90 


Richmond 




85 


Wake Forest (ot) 




87 


N.C. State 




62 


Navy 




71 


Clemson 




68 


North Carolina 




75 


N.C. State 




76 


George Washington 




82 


Virginia 




65 


Duke (ot) 




70 


North Carolina 




84 


Clemson 




88 


Pittsburgh 




85 


Duke 




81 


Wake Forest 




68 


Virginia 




72 


N.C. State 



81 


H 


78 


A 


84 


H 


71 


A 


49 


H 


67 


A 


67 


H 


81 


H 


50 


H 


82 


H 


77 


H 


73 


H 


85 


H 


73 


A 


83 


A 


69 


H 


97 


A 


79 


H 


46 


A 


80 


A 


74 


A 


51 


A 


82 


A 


64 


H 


87 


H 


87 


ACC 


79 


NCAA 


71 


NCAA 


96 


NCAA 



80 


H 


70 


H 


45 


H 


45 


H 


69 


H 


74 


H 


74 


H 


72 


H 


74 


H 


85 


H 


87 


H 


86 


H 


80 


H 


54 


NEU 


93 


A 


71 


H 


73 


A 


86 


H 


67 


H 


64 


A 


97 


A 


78 


H 


75 


H 


72 


H 


80 


A 


77 


A 


82 


ACC 



41 



TERRAPIN NOTES 



1977-78 1513 


3-9 


Maryland 95 


Bucknell 


78 


American 


91 


Georgetown 


89 


Penn State 


130 


East Carolina 


90 


George Washington 


94 


Long Island 


99 


Army 


91 


Western Kentucky 


65 


Georgia Tech 


78 


Duke 


75 


Wake Forest 


82 


N.C. State 


74 


Air Force 


90 


Clemson 


71 


North Carolina 


73 


N.C. State 


54 


Notre Dame 


64 


Virginia 


81 


Nevada/Las Vegas 


64 


North Carolina 


80 


Clemson 


86 


Pittsburgh (ot) 


70 


Duke 


91 


Wake Forest 


70 


Virginia 


109 


N.C. State (3 ot) 


69 


Duke 



1978-79 19-11 


6-6 


Maryland 107 


Bucknell 


65 


Georgetown 


81 


Air Force 


88 


Nevada/ Las Vegas 


69 


Penn State 


86 


Biscayne 


82 


East Carolina 


124 


N.C. State 


129 


Canisius 


62 


St. Joseph's (ot) 


83 


Southern California 


84 


George Washington 


60 


Wake Forest 


82 


N.C. State (2ot) 


84 


Louisville 


77 


Clemson 


53 


North Carolina 


82 


Navy 


61 


Notre Dame 


63 


Virginia 


78 


Duke 


67 


North Carolina 


77 


Clemson 


70 


Duke 


54 


Wake Forest 


72 


Virginia 


75 


Clemson 


79 


North Carolina 


67 


Rhode Island (3ot) 


72 


Ohio State 



62 


H 


65 


N 


87 


N 


80 


N 


106 


H 


101 


A 


64 


H 


77 


H 


78 


H 


63 


H 


88 


H 


84 


A 


88 


A 


73 


H 


75 


H 


85 


A 


80 


H 


69 


A 


66 


A 


68 


H 


66 


H 


75 


A 


89 


A 


81 


A 


89 


H 


79 


H 


108 


ACC 


81 


ACC 



97 


H 


68 


N 


68 


A 


94 


A 


61 


N 


60 


H 


71 


H 


110 


H 


103 


H 


56 


H 


79 


H 


72 


H 


66 


H 


81 


A 


99 


H 


63 


A 


54 


H 


62 


H 


66 


H 


69 


H 


87 


A 


76 


A 


69 


H 


68 


H 


53 


A 


75 


A 


67 


ACC 


102 


ACC 


65 


NIT 


79 


NIT 



Two rankings of the Winningest Major College Coaches 
are produced each year, one by the NCAA Statistics 
Service and one by Elmore "Scoop" Hudgins, Originator 
of The Coaches Top Twenty. 



Maryland's "Lefty" Driesell ranks high in both. The 
NCAA lists all coaches with a minimum of five years as 
a major-college head coach and Driesell is in the top 
ten. In Hudgins poll Driesell ranks second among the 
coaches with a minimum of 299 victories for their career. 
Driesell's record is 375-150 for 19 years. 



The NCAA also has Coach Driesell listed as one of 
the top 20 Winningest Major College Coaches of All- 
Time with a minimum of 10 years. Only one coach 
ranked ahead of him is still an active head coach. 



The National Association of Basketball Coaches of 
the United States honored Coach "Lefty" Driesell with 
"The Merit Award" at their annual banquet on March 
25, 1979 in Salt Lake City the site of the NCAA Finals. 



Albert King was voted the Most Valuable Player in 
the 1978 Maryland Invitational Tournament by the 
Working Press. King also led the voting for the All- 
Tournament team with Larry Gibson second and Ernest 
Graham also on the team as the Terps won the tourna- 
ment for the seventh time in die eight years it has 
been held. 



Albert King, Ernest Graham and Greg Manning were 
honored as Adantic Coast Conference Players of the 
Week during die 1978-79 season. Graham for his Mary- 
land Record 44 point performance against North Caro- 
lina State and 18 points against Canisius. King for his 
47 'points while winning MVP honors in the Maryland 
Invitational Tournament. The Terps defeated St. Josephs 
and Southern California to win the title. Manning for 
his 23 points while hitting 10 of 14 shots from die field 
in Maryland's 70-68 upset of Duke. He also had six 
assists in the game. 



Buck Williams was honored three times as the ACC 
"Rookie of the Week" enroute to winning the league's 
"Rookie of the Year" honors. Contributing to William's 
selections were 15 rebounds in the 67-66 upset of Notre 
Dame, the nations top ranked team, on National Tele- 
vision, his 13 rebounds against then fourth ranked North 
Carolina State and 23 rebounds along with 26 points 
in die Penn State and Biscayne games. 



42 



TERP AWARD WINNERS 



Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Will Hetzel 
Best Defensive Player — Sparky Still 
Best Rebounder — Rod Horst 
Most Valuable Plaver — Rod Horst 



Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution 

Best Defensive Player — Sparky Still 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Jim O'Brien 

Best Rebounder — Barry Yates 

Most Valuable Player — Barry Yates 



1969-70 
Will Hetzel 



1970-71 

Jay Flowers 




Hetzel 



1971-72 




Avis Special Service Award — Charlie Blank 

Most Valuable Player — Len Elmore & Tom McMillen 

Seide::spinner Award for Outstanding Senior — Charlie Blank 

Most Team Spirit — Howard White 

Most Improved Player — Darrell Brown 

Academic All-American — Tom McMillen 

AP All-American — Tom McMillen 

Alvin Aubonie Greatest Career Contribution — Charlie Blank 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Tom McMillen 

All ACC — Len Elmore & Tom McMillen 

All NIT — Tom McMillen. Len Elmore and Bob Bodell 

Best Defensive Player — Bob Bodell 

All ACC Tournament — Tom McMillen, Len Elmore and Jim O'Brien 

Best Rebounder — Len Elmore 

Most Valuable Player in NIT — Tom McMillen 

1972-73 

Best Team Spirit — Bill Hahn 

Leo G. Hershberger Rookie All-American — John Lucas 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Jim O'Brien 

Best Defensive Player — Len Elmore 

Best Rebounder — Len Elmore 

All ACC Tournament — Tom McMillen, John Lucas. Jim O'Brien 

Most Improved Player — John Lucas 

All ACC — Tom McMillen, Len Elmore 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Jim O'Brien 

Coaches Award for Greatest Team Contribution — Tom McMillen 

Most Valuable Player — Len Elmore 

Special Award (for 88 consecutive varsity games) — Bob Bodell 

Avis Special Service to Team Award — Bill Hahn 



43 




Yates 



Bodell 





O'Brien 




Hahn 



TERP AWARD WINNERS 



1973-74 

Ail-American — Len Elmore, Tom McMillen. John Lucas 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Maurice "Mo" Howard 

Best Rebounder — Len Elmore 

Best Defensive Player — Tom Roy 

Coaches Award — Improvement From One Season To Next — Owen Brown 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Tom McMillen 

Outstanding Senior Award — Len Elmore 

All ACC — Len Elmore. John Lucas (First Team) — Tom McMillen (Second Team) 

All ACC Tournament — Maurice "Mo" Howard, John Lucas, Tom McMillen. (First Team); Owen 

Len Elmore (Second Team) 

AP All-American — Tom McMillen, John Lucas 

Fastbreakers Special Award — Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

1974-75 

Most Valuable Senior — Owen- Brown and Tom Roy 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award — Bill Hahn 

ACC Coach of the Year — Coach Driesell 

All-American UPI First Team — John Lucas 

Best Free Throw Shooter — John Lucas 

Best Rebounder — Tom Roy 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Maurice "Mo" Haword 

All Ace Tournament — Maurice ' r Mo" Howard 

All Ace — Maurice "Mo" Howard 1975-76 

Best Free Throw Shooter — James Tillman 

Best Defensive Player — Maurice Howard 

Chris Patton Outstanding Rebounder Award — Lawrence Boston 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award — John Lucas 

First Team UPI and AP All-American — John Lucas 

Owen Brown Most Valuable Player Award — Maurice "Mo" Howard 

First Team All-ACC — John Lucas 

Total Performance for Overall Excellence and Consistency — Steve 

Most Assists — Brad Davis 

All ACC Tournament — Brad Davis 

1976-77 




Elmore 



Brown. 






Lucas 



Howard 



Sheppard 




Davis 



All ACC — Brad Davis (2nd team) 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Mark Crawford 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Lawrence Boston 

Chris Patton Best Rebounder — Larry Gibson 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award — John Pavlos (Manager) 

Outstanding Academic Award — Eric Shrader 

Must Assists — Brad Davis 

Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior Award — Steve Sheppard 

Overall Performance Award — Larry Gibson 




Sheppard 



44 



TERRAPIN AWARD WINNERS 



1977 - 78 

All-ACC Tournament — Laurence Boston. Larry Gibson (2nd team) 

Best Free Throw Shooter — Jo Jo Hunter 

Outstanding Academics Award — Lric Shrader 

Overall Performance Award — Larry Gibson 

Most Assists — Greg Manning 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award — Lawrence Boston 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Lawrence Boston 

Chris Patton Best Rebounder Award — Larry Gibson 

Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior Award — Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 

All-ACC — Larry Gibson (2nd team) 
All-ACC Tournament — Larry Gibson (2nd team) 
ACC Rookie-of-the-Year — Buck Williams 

Honorable Mention Ail-American — Larry Gibson, Albert King 
ACC Leading Rebounder — Buck Williams 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Greg Manning- 
Phi Beta Kappa — Eric Shrader 
Most Assists — Dutch Morley 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Larry Gibson 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Buck Williams 
Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior Award — Larry Gibson 
Scoring Record for One Game — Ernest Graham 
East - West All - Star Game — Larry Gibson 
Aloha Classic — Larry Gibson 




Gibson 




Boston 




Shrader 




UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RECORDS 



Single Game — Team 

MOST POINTS: 130 ag East Carolina, Dec. 1977 

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

MOST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 110 by N.C. State, Dec. 1978 

(110-124) 
FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENT: 1 2 by Navy, 1926 (12-21 ) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 234 by Maryland and N.C. 

State, Dec. 2978 (Md. 110-N.C. State 110) 
FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 33 by Maryland and Navy, 

1926 (Md. 21 -Navy 12) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 55 ag Brown, Nov. 1972, Canisius, Dec. 

1978 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS: 6 ag Seton Hall, Dec. 1941 
FEWEST FIELD GOALS BY OPPONENTS: 6 by Navy, 1926 
MOST FREE THROWS: 40 ag North Carolina in ACC Tournament 

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 North Carolina, Feb. 

1979 in Chapel Hill, N.C, 1 ag Wake Forest, Feb. 1973 (a 

technical) in Winston-Salem, N.C. 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 51 by North 

Carolina, Jan. 1964 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 99 ag Canisius, Dec. 1978 

(55-99) 
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: (at least 10 attempts); .966 

ag Duke, Feb. 1976 (28 of 29), Note, 1.000 ag Duke, Feb. 

1979 (6 of 6) 
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: 77 ag N.C. State in second half 

Dec. 1978 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS IN GAME: 28 ag Duke, 

Feb. 7, 1976 



Single Game — Individual 

MOST POINTS: 44 by Ernest Graham ag N.C. State, Dec. 1978 (18 
FG-8 FT) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 18 by Ernest Graham ag N.C. State, Dec. 
1978 (26 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 Greenspan 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): 

Buck Williams ag Canisius, Dec. 1978 8 8 

Gary Williams ag South Carolina, Dec. 1966 8 8 

Brad Davis ag Wake Forest, Jan. 1977 7-7 

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 



Season Records — Team 

MOST POINTS: 2613 in 1972-73 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE: 89.9 in 1974-75 

HIGHEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE: 84.1 in 1968-69 

(2188 points in 26 games) 
MOST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 2226 in 1972-73 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 1089 in 1972-73 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 2094 in 1972-73 
MOST FREE THROWS MADE: 590 in 1957-58 (29 games 858 

attempts) 
MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: 858 in 1957-58 (Made 590 

in 29 games) 
BEST FIELD 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: 240,254 (19 games) 1976-77 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,427 for 14 

games in 1974-75 
BEST START IN A SEASON: 1 1 consecutive wins (1975-76) 



MOST 
MOST 
MOST 

MOST 
BEST 

BEST 

BEST 

BEST 

MOST 

MOST 



Season — Records Individual 

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

FREE THROWS: 197 by Tom McMillen, 1971-72 (32 
games) 

REBOUNDS: 412 by Len Elmore, 1973-74 (28 games) 
FIELD GOAL PCT.: .621 by Rick Wise, 1965-66 (25 games, 
140 att-made 87) 

FREE THROW PCT.: .873 by Bob McDonald, 1960 61 (26 
games, 69 of 79) 

SCORING AVERAGE: 23.3 by Will Hetzel, 1968-69 (26 
games 605 points) 

REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 14.7 by Len Elmore, 1973-74 
(28 games) 

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 27 by Bob 
O'Brien, 1956-57 

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: .576 by Lawrence Boston 

1975-78 (438 of 760) 
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) 



46 



TERP STATISTICAL LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 



CAREER SCORING 



SINGLE SEASON 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) 


1,219 


Steve Sheppard 


1974-76) 


1,198 


Larry Gibson 


1975-79) 


1,161 


M. Howard 


1972-76) 


1,094 


Gary Ward 


1963-66) 


1,026 


Brad Davis 


1974-76) 


1,017 


Len Elmore 


1971-74) 


1,016 


Lee Brawley 


1949-52) 


1,007 


Lawrence Boston 


1975-78) 


987 


Pete Johnson 


1966-69) 


972 


Bob O'Brien 


1954-57) 


935 


Al Bunge 


1957-60) 


875 


Jerry Greenspan 


1960-63) 


861 


Nick Davis 


1954-57) 


860 


Rod Horst 


1967-70) 


854 


Bruce Kelleher 


1958-61) 



SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 



412 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 


351 


Len Elmore 


1971-72 


336 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


323 


Buck Williams 


1978-79 


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 


257 


Larry Gibson 


1978-79 


253 


Larry Gibson 


1977-78 


250 


Bob Everett 


1954-55 


249 


Lawrence Boston 


1975-76 


246 


Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 


241 


Al Bunge 


1958-59 


241 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 



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 


197576 


524 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


512 


Jay McMillen 


1964-65 


508 


Gene Shue 


1952-53 


499 


Ernest Graham 


1978-79 


498 


Jim O'Brien 


1972 73 


494 


Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 


490 


Bob Kessler 


195556 


487 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


469 


John Lucas 


1974-75 


469 


Gary Ward 


1964-65 


444 


Albert King 


197879 


431 


Owen Brown 


1974-75 


430 


Larry Gibson 


1978-79 


430 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


428 


Rod Rorst 


1969 70 


424 


John Lucas 


197273 


423 


Lawrence Boston 


1977-78 


416 


Steve Sheppard 


1974-75 


414 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


401 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 



COLE FIELD HOUSE RECORDS 



TEAM SCORING: 



FIELD GOALS: 



INDIVIDUAL SCORING: 



FIELD GOALS: 
REBOUNDS: 



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

62 by Maryland Freshmen 
vs Kings 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 



47 



MARYLAND INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 



1971 - Maryland 
St. John's 

Harvard 



Maryland 



103 Western Kentucky 67 

94 Harvard 88 

THIRD PLACE 

107 Western Kentucky 89 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
90 St. John's 



1978 - 



1972 



Maryland 90 Georgia Tech 

Syracuse 74 Bowling Green 

THIRD PLACE 
Bowling Green 102 Georgia Tech 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
Maryland 90 Syracuse 



Duquesne 
Maryland 

1977 - Maryland 

Georgia Tech 

St. John's 

Maryland 



THIRD PLACE 
86 Xavier 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
96 Syracuse 



69 

55 
73 

87 

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 


1976 - 


Maryland 


84 


Xavier 


74 




Syracuse 


116 


Duquesne 


86 



80 
85 



91 Western Kentucky 78 

73 St. John's 67 

THIRD PLACE 

80 Western Kentucky 63 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

65 Georgia Tech 63 



Maryland 


62 St. Joseph's 


57 


Southern Calif. 


78 Holy Cross 
THIRD PLACE 


60 


St. Joseph's 


62 Holy Cross 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


58 


Maryland 


83 Southern Calif. 


79 



TOURNAMENT ATTENDANCE 

1971 -25,453 1975-24,005 

1972-26,643 1976-18,500 

1 973 - 26,069 1 977 - 1 5,700 

1974-29,000 1978-14,899 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 

1971 — Len Elmore — Maryland 

1972 - Tom McMillen - Maryland 

1973 — Len Elmore — Maryland 

1974 - David Meyers - UCLA 

1975 — John Lucas — Maryland 

1976 — Steve Sheppard — Maryland 

1977 — Lawrence Boston — Maryland 

1978 - Albert King - Maryland 




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. 



48 



INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



INDIVIDUAL GAME 

MOST POINTS: 35 by Jim Fitzsimmons (Harvardl 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 Michigan 
State, 1973 

MOST FTM: 1 1 by Garry Whitfield (Xavier) ag Duquesne, 1976 

BEST FT PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) 1 1 of 1 1 , 100% 
by Garry Whitfield (Xavier) ag Duquesne, 1976 



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: (10 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: 13 by Garry Whitfield (Xavier) 1976 

BEST FT PERFORMANCE: (10 or more attempts) Garry Whitfield 
(Xavier) 13 of 13, (100%) 1976 



TEAM GAME 

MOST POINTS: 1 16 by Syracuse ag Duquesne, 1976 

LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 38 by Maryland ag Georgia Tech, 

1974 (105-67) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 202 by Syracuse (116) and 

Duquesne, (86), 1976 
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; 91 by Syracuse 

ag Maryland, 1976 
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 Maryland, 

1974 
MOST REBOUNDS: 67 by Harvard ag Western Kentucky, 1971 
MOST FOULS: 33 by Syracuse ag Duquesne, 1976 
FEWEST FOULS: 12 by Maryland ag Georgia Tech, 1972; by 

Maryland ag Syracuse, 1972 



TEAM TOURNAMENT 

MOST POINTS: 201 by Syracuse, 1976 

FEWEST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 112 by Holy Cross and Boston 

College ag Maryland, 1973 
MOST FGA: 177 by Syracuse, 1976 
MOST FGM: 83 by Syracuse, 1976 

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: 54 by Syracuse, 1976 
FEWEST FOULS: 24 by Maryland, 1972 
MOST REBOUNDS: 124 by Harvard, 1972 




49 



MARYLAND REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 



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. 
1929-30 

Md. 
1930 31 
Md. 



35 

21 

37 
19 
26 
29 



1931-32 

Md. 
1932 33 

Md. 
1933-34 

Md. 
1934-35 

Did not enter 
1935-36 

Md 



24 
28 
37 



VMI 
Georgia 

Alabama 
N.C. State 

Miss. Aggies 

Georgia 

Mississippi 

Kentucky 

LSU 

North Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Florida 

South Carolina 

Washington & Lee 



47 
32 



1936 37 
Md. 

1937-38 
Md. 

1938-39 
Md. 



1939 40 
Md. 



45 
32 

47 
53 
27 

43 
32 



Duke 
Washington & Lee 

N.C. State 

Citadel 
Duke 

Richmond 
N.C. State 
Clemson 

Washington & Lee 
Duke 



1940-41 

Did not enter 

1941 42 

Did not enter 

1942 43 

Did not enter 
1943-44 



Md. 23 
1944 45 

Md. 49 
1945-46 

Md. 27 
1946 47 

Md. 43 
1947-48 

Md. 51 
1948-49 

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 



N.C. State 
Duke 
N.C. State 
N.C. State 
Davidson 
North Carolina 



19 
29 



21 
30 



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 



65 
61 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



1953-54 






Md. 


75 


Clemson 




56 


Wake Forest 


1954 55 






Md. 


67 


Virginia 


1955 56 






Md. 


69 


Duke 


1956 57 






Md. 


71 


Virginia 




64 


South Carolina 


1957 58 






Md. 


70 


Virginia 




71 


Duke 




86 


North Carolina 


1958 59 






Md. 


65 


Virginia 


1959 60 






Md. 


58 


N.C. State 


1960-61 






Md. 


91 


Clemson 




76 


Wake Forest 


1961 62 






Md. 


58 


Duke 


1962 63 






Md. 


41 


Wake F orest 


1963-64 






Md. 


67 


Clemson 


1964 65 






Md. 


61 


Clemson 




67 


N.C. State 


1965 66 






Md. 


70 


North Carolina 


1966 67 






Md. 


54 


South Carolina 



59 
64 

68 

94 

68 
74 

66 
65 
74 

66 

74 

75 
98 

71 

80 

81 

50 
76 

77 

57 



1967 68 








Md. 


54 


N.C. State 


63 


1968 69 








Md. 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


1969-70 








Md. 


57 


N.C. State 


67 


1970 71 








Md. 


63 


South Carolina 


71 


1971-72 








Md. 


54 


Clemson 


52 




62 


Virginia 


57 




64 


North Carolina 


73 


1972-73 








Md. 


77 


Clemson 


61 




73 


Wake Forest 


65 




74 


N.C. State 


76 


1973 74 








Md. 


85 


Duke 


66 




105 


North Carolina 


85 




100 


N.C. State 


103 


1974-75 








Md. 


85 


N.C. State 


87 


1975 76 








Md. 


80 


Duke 


78 




65 


Virginia 


73 


1976 77 








Md. 


72 


N.C. State 


82 


1977-78 








Md. 


109 


N.C. State 


108 




69 


Duke 


81 


1978-79 








Md. 


75 


Clemson 


67 




79 


North Carolina 


102 



INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



1953-54 

Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
1954-55 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 
1955 56 

Md. 

Md. 
1956-57 

Md. 
Md. 
Md. 

1957 58 

Md. 
Md. 

1958 59 

Md. 
Md. 

1959 60 

Md. 
Md. 

1960 61 

Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
1961-62 

Md. 
Md. 
1962 63 
None 



Ail-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 

65 Arizona State 

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

83 Rhode Island 
78 Cincinnati 
Mid Winter Festival 
75 Michigan State 

75 St. Francis 
All-American City Tournament 
Owensboro, Kentucky 
89 Montana State 
43 New Mexico A&M 
43 Virginia 
Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
71 Vanderbilt 
46 Memphis State 
Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
45 Miss. State 
54 Loyola 
Blue Grass Tournament 
Louisville, Kentucky 

63 Indiana 

76 Fordham 
Dixie Classic 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
57 North Carolina 

67 N.C. State 

84 Wyoming 
Sugar Bowl Tournament 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
62 Miss. State 

64 Louisville 



ent 


1963 64 


50 


Md. 


58 


Md. 


37 




ent 


Md. 




Md. 


54 


1964 65 


66 




61 


Md. 




Md. 


95 


1965 66 


66 




ent 


Md. 




Md. 


72 


1966-67 


45 




39 


Md. 




Md. 


56 




47 


Md. 




Md. 




1967-68 


56 




50 


Md. 




Md. 




1968-69 


72 




54 


Md. 




Md. 


81 




75 


Md. 


77 


Md. 




1973 74 


64 


Md. 


83 


Md. 



VPI Invitational Tournament 

Blacksburg, Virginia 

59 Tennessee 

75 LSU 

Evansville Invitational 

54 Arizona 

82 Columbia 

Hurricane Classic 

Miami, Florida 

66 Tulsa 

73 Miami (Fla.) 

Sugar Bowl Tournament 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

69 Houston 

77 Dayton 
Memphis State Invitational 
Memphis, Tennessee 

50 Oklahoma State 

53 Memphis State 

Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
66 Davidson 

57 Army 

Sun Carnival Tournament 
El Paso, Texas 
53 Texas El Paso 
72 Southern Illinois 

Marshall Invitational 
Huntington, West Virginia 
89 Marshall 

85 Miami (Fla.) 

Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
69 Davidson 

95 Wichita 

Cable Car Classic 
San Francisco, Calf. 

78 San Francisco 
53 Santa Clara 



70 
65 



57 
76 



59 
80 



68 
75 



49 
55 



65 
54 



70 

73 



80 
92 



83 
83 



60 
32 



50 



STATISTICAL LEADERS COACHED BY "LEFTY" DRIESELL 



Career Scoring 


Career 


2032 


Hetzel - Davidson 


1094 


2015 


Lucas - Maryland 


1053 


1807 


McMillen - Maryland 


895 


1693 


Snyder - Davidson 


859 


1344 


Knowles - Davidson 


804 


1338 


Jarman - Davidson 


768 


1235 


O'Brien - Maryland 


758 


1219 


Sheppard - Maryland 


648 


1198 


Gibson - Maryland 


630 


1191 


Maloy - Davidson 


629 


1161 


Howard - Maryland 


586 


1067 


Holland - Davidson 


582 


1026 


Davis, B. - Maryland 




1017 


Holland - Davidson 


Season 


1017 


Elmore - Maryland 


429 I 


1013 


Huckel - Davidson 


412 


1007 


Boston - Maryland 


384 


825 


King - Maryland 


359 " 


Season Scoring 


351 
351 


753 


Snyder - Davidson 


339 


739 


Maloy - Davidson 


323 


709 


Hetzel - Davidson 


323 \ 


689 


Hetzel - Davidson 


321 


667 


McMillen - Maryland 


306 


634 


Hetzel - Maryland 


290 


616 


McMillen - Maryland 


287 


564 


Lucas - Maryland 


284 


557 


Lucas - Maryland 


281 


542 


Knowles - Davidson 


276 


536 


Jarman - Davidson 




525 


Snyder - Davidson 


Single 


524 


McMillen - Maryland 


27 


499 


Graham - Maryland 


26 


498 


O'Brien - Maryland 


25 


496 


Knowles - Davidson 


24 


494 


Sheppard - Maryland 


23 


469 


Lucas - Maryland 


23 


469 


Kroll - Davidson 


22 


454 


Huckel - Davidson 


22 


452 


Maloy - Davidson 


22 


Single Game Scoring 


21 
21 


53 


Hetzel - Davidson 


21 


46 


Hetzel - Davidson 


21 


46 


Snyder - Davidson 


20 


44 


Graham - Maryland 


20 


41 


Hetzel - Davidson 


20 



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 King - Maryland 

30 Jarman - Davidson 

30 Huckel - Davidson 

30 Maloy (2) - Davidson 

30 Yates - Maryland 

30 Lucas - Maryland 



Rebounding 

Hetzel - Davidson 
Elmore - Maryland 
Gibson - Maryland 
McMillen - Maryland 
Knowles - Davidson 
Maloy - Davidson 
Jarman - Davidson 
Snyder - Davidson 
Holland - Davidson 
Boston - Maryland 
Roy - Maryland 
Sheppard - Maryland 

n Rebounding 

Maloy - Davidson 
Elmore - Maryland 
Hetzel - Davidson 
Tetzel - Davidson 
Hetzel - Davidson 
Elmore - Maryland 
Maloy - Davidson 
Knowles - Davidson 
Williams - Maryland 
Roy - Maryland 
McMillen - Maryland 
Elmore - Maryland 
Cook - Davidson 
McMillen - Maryland 
Jarman - Davidson 
Knowles - Davidson 

Game Rebounding 

Hetzel - Davidson 
Elmore - Maryland 
Hetzel - Davidson 
Elmore (2) - Maryland 
Knowles - Davidson 
Maloy - Davidson 
Williams - Maryland 
Markee - Davidson 
Snyder - Davidson 
Hetzel - Davidson 
Elmore (2) - Maryland 
Maloy - Davidson 
Davis, M. - Maryland 
Knowles - Davidson 
Elmore (2) - Maryland 
Roy - Maryland 



Career Assists 

514 Lucas - Maryland 

431 Davis B. - Maryland 

244 Moser - Davidson 

241 Bodell - Maryland 

219 Howard - Maryland 

215 O'Brien - 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, B. - Maryland 

159 Lucas - Maryland 

135 Wiles - Maryland 

134 Davis, B. - Maryland 

132 Davis, B. - Maryland 



Single Game Assists 

12 Porac - Maryland 

12 Lucas - Maryland 

11 Morley (2) - Maryland 

1 1 Davis, B. - Maryland 

10 Wiles - Maryland 

10 Lucas - Maryland 

10 Davis, B. (2) - Maryland 



Career Field Goal .Pet 

.576 Boston - Maryland 

.556 Snyder - Davidson 

.555 McMillen - Maryland 

.554 Hetzel - Davidson 

.551 Gibson - Maryland 

.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 

Team Free Throw .Pet 

.762 Davidson 1965-66 

.758 Maryland 1975-76 

.757 Maryland 1974-75 

.757 Davidson 1966-67 

.746 Maryland 1973-74 

.746 Maryland 1971-72 

Season Field Goal .Pet 

.631 Holland - Davidson 

.606 Roy - Maryland 

.598 Bodell - Maryland 

.598 Gibson - Maryland 

.597 Boston - Maryland 

.587 Gibson - Maryland 

.585 McMillen - Maryland 

.583 Williams - Maryland 

.580 Davis, B. - Maryland 

.580 Boston - 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 - Maryland 
.553 Howard - Maryland 
.551 Gibson - Maryland 
.550 Manning - Maryland 



Team 

.547 - 
.543- 
.537- 
.520- 
.516- 
.512- 
.510- 
.509- 
.509- 



Season Free Throw .Pet 

.871 Youngdale - Davidson 

.863 Hunter - Maryland 

.857 Manning - Maryland 

.852 Manning - Maryland 

.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, B. - Maryland 

.81 7 McMillen - Maryland 

.806 Snyder - Davidson 

.803 Hetzel - Davidson 

.800 McMillen - 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 



Field Goal .Pet 

Maryland 1974-75 NCAA Record 
Davidson 1963-64 NCAA Record 
Maryland 1975-76 Led Nation 
Maryland 1972-73 2nd in Nation 
Maryland 1976-77 
Davidson 1965-66 2nd in Nation 
Maryland 1973-74 7th in Nation 
Davidson 1964-65 2nd in Nation 
Maryland 1977-78 



51 



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 or 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 die ball in quickly after a made 
basket or free throw and advancing it up the court and 
getting an overload in 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 of- 
fense using three inside men as we did in 73-74 with 
Tom McMillen, Len Elmore, and Owen Brown or Tom 
Roy in the lineup. This year we plan to run from a 2-1-2 
set. 

Again it is my philosophy that the more shots that we 
get in the free throw lane area die 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 '63), Mike Maloy 
(Davidson '70) Len Elmore (Maryland '74) and Tom 
McMillen (Maryland '74). However if our opponents 
jam inside we must have excellent outside shooting from 
our guards. Dick Snyder (Davidson '66) has been our 
all time leading scorer for one season 27.8 points per 
game his senior year and John Lucas (Maryland '76) 
has been our all time leading scorer at guard averaging 
20 points per game. Both of these men were also legiti- 
mate 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 dirow lane area 
either with our fast break or "set" offense. 

Our offense has produced 10 teams that shot over 
50% from the floor. 

We feel our offense is exciting, disciplined and an 
excellent preparation for it is similar to what our athletes 
will play in the pros. 



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



Dick Snyder 6'5" 
Jerry Kroll 6'5" 
Steve Sheppard 
6'5" 




Tom McMillen 

6'11" 
Doug Cook 6'6" 
Bill Jarman 6'6" 
Owen Brown 6'9" 



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



John Lucas 6'4" 
Dave Moser 6'1" 
Howard White 
6'1" 

# 5 Men Brad Davis 6 ' 3 " 

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-lOrebs, 2nd 

Team All-American 1st Round ABA and NBA Pro 

Pick. Olympic Team. 
Doug Cook 6'6" 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 pts7.8 rebs, 7th Ail- 
Time Maryland scorer. No Cut Contract, 1974 ABA 
Champs New York 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 Time Davidson scorer. No Cut Contract. 

# 1 Men 

John Lucas 6'4" Maryland 76 2,015 pts All-American 
First Pick in NBA Draft. Ail-Time Maryland scorer. 

Dave Moser 6'1" Davidson '69 All-Conference and starting 
point man three years. 

Howard White 6'1" Maryland 72 15.6 pts. 

Brad Davis 6'3" Maryland 78 299 assists and 690 pts. 
in first two years. First Round Pro Draft pick. 



52 



COACH DRIESELL'S 
DEFENSIVE PHILOSOPHY 



LEFTY'S ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE TEAM 



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 fundamental 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 die year. 
I think we were able to accomplish diis because we 
carried out our philosophy on defense which is not to 
allow our opponents any shots in the free dirow 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, Fred Hetzel and 
Tom Roy 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. 
However, our philosophy is that if a players man scores 
a lay up on him, it is his fault and responsibility. How- 
ever, 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, we also like 
to force turnovers and make our opponents shoot a low 
percentage from the field. 

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 full court man for man and zone press 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. 



Don Davidson 6'5" 
Dick Snyder 6'5" 
Tom McMillen 6'11' 



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



Len Elmore 6'9" 

_ Fred Hetzel 6'9" - 

Mike Maloy 6'8" 




D. G. Martin 6'3" 
Doug Cook 6'6" 
Steve Sheppard 6'5" 



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 
Tom McMillen 6' 11" Maryland '73 
Steve Sheppard 6'5" Maryland '77 

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 



53 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND WITH COACH DRIESELL 
TOURNAMENT RECORDS 



YEAR 

1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 



1972-73 



1973-74 



1974-75 



1975-76 

1976-77 
1977-78 

1978-79 



Lost First Round ACC 

Lost First Round ACC 

Won First Round ACC 
Won Semi-Finals ACC 
Lost ACC Finals 

Won First Round NIT 
Won 2nd Round NIT 
Won Semi-Finals NIT 
Won NIT Finals 

Won First Round ACC 
Won Semi-Finals Ace 
Lost ACC Finals 

Won First Round Eastern Regionals 

of NCAA Playoffs 
Lost Eastern Regional Finals 

Won First Round ACC 
Won Semi-Finals ACC 
Lost ACC Finals 

Bye in ACC First Round 
Lost ACC Semi-Finals 

Won First Round NCAA Playoffs 
Won First Round Mid-West Regionals 

of NCAA Playoffs 
Lost Mid-West Regionals Final 

Won First Round ACC 
Lost Semi-Finals ACC 

Lost First Round ACC 

Won First Round ACC 
Lost Semi-Finals ACC 

Won First Round ACC 
Lost Semi-Finals ACC 



SCORES 


Md. 


57 


Md. 


63 


Md. 


54 


Md. 


62 


Md. 


64 


Md. 


67 


Md. 


71 


Md. 


91 


Md. 


100 


Md. 


77 


Md. 


73 


Md. 


74 



Md. 91 



Md. 89 



Md. 


85 


Md. 


105 


Md. 


100 


Md. 


85 


Md. 


83 


Md. 


83 


Md. 


82 


Md. 


80 


Md. 


65 


Md. 


72 


Md. 


109 


Md. 


69 


Md. 


75 


Md. 


79 



N.C. State 67 

South Carolina 71 

Clemson 52 
Virginia 57 
UNC 73 

St. Joseph's 55 
Syracuse 65 
Jacksonville 77 
Niagara 69 

Clemson 61 
Wake Forest 65 
N.C. State 76 

Syracuse 75 

Providence 103 

Duke 66 
UNC 85 
N.C. State 103 

N.C. State 87 

Creighton 79 
Notre Dame 71 

Louisville 96 

Duke 78 
Virginia 73 
N.C. State 82 

N.C. State 108 
Duke 81 

Clemson 67 
North Carolina 102 



1965-66 



1967-68 



1968-69 



COACH DRIESELL'S TOURNAMENT RECORDS 
AT DAVIDSON 



Won 1st Round Southern Conference 
Won 2nd Round Southern Conference 
Won Southern Conference Finals 
Won 1st Round Eastern Regionals 
Lost 2nd Round Eastern Regionals 

Won 1st Round Southern Conference 
Won 2nd Round Southern Conference 
Won Southern Conference Finals 
Won 1st Round Eastern Regionals 
Won 2nd Round Eastern Regionals 
Lost Eastern Regional Finals 

Won 1st Round Southern Conference 
Won 2nd Round Southern Conference 
Won Southern Conference Finals 
Won 1st Round Eastern Regionals 
Won 2nd Round Eastern Regionals 
Lost Eastern Regional Finals 



Davidson 


79 


Citadel 61 


Davidson 


84 


Richmond 65 


Davidson 


80 


West Virginia 69 


Davidson 


95 


Rhode Island 65 


Davidson 


78 


Syracuse 94 


Davidson 


107 


William & Mary 68 


Davidson 


79 


Furman 63 


Davidson 


87 


West Virginia 70 


Davidson 


79 


St. John's 70 


Davidson 


61 


Columbia 59 


Davidson 


66 


North Carolina 70 


Davidson 


99 


VMI 75 


Davidson 


97 


Richmond 83 


Davidson 


102 


E. Carolina 76 


Davidson 


75 


Villanova 61 


Davidson 


79 


St. John's 69 


Davidson 


85 


UNC 87 



54 



1978-79 FINAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS 



• 


GP-GS 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


REB/AVG 


PF-DSQ 


ASST 


BLKS 


STEAL 


POINTS 


AVG 


Ernest Graham 


30-29 


222-454 


.489 


55-73 


.753 


86 


87(3) 


62 


7 


30 


499 


16.6 


Albert King 


28-24 


191-387 


.494 


62-81 


.765 


144 (5.1) 


62 (2) 


62 


10 


30 


444 


15.9 


Larry Gibson 


30-30 


168-305 


.551 


94-118 


.797 


257 (8.6) 


98 (4) 


19 


58 


18 


430 


14.3 


Greg Manning 


29-16 


132-240 


.550 


66-77 


.857 


33 


58 (4) 


47 


3 


11 


330 


11.4 


Buck Williams 


30-30 


1 20-206 


.583 


60-109 


.550 


323 (10.8) 


77 (2) 


18 


25 


29 


300 


10.0 


Reggie Jackson 


30-14 


55-142 


.387 


26-42 


.619 


64 


65 


47 


5 


16 


136 


4.5 


Dutch Morley 


30- 7 


21-63 


.333 


34-43 


.791 


54 


60 (1) 


128 


2 


43 


76 


2.5 


John Bilney 


30- 


22-53 


.415 


14-28 


.500 


66 


53 (1) 


25 


8 


14 


58 


1.9 


Taylor Baldwin 


18- 


6-16 


.375 


4-9 


.444 


21 


16(1) 


3 


3 


2 


16 


0.9 


Dave Henderson 


11- 


5-8 


.625 


4-5 


.800 


10 


4 


1 


2 





14 


1.3 


Eric Shrader 


8- 


3-5 


.600 


6-8 


.750 





2 











12 


1.5 


Bob Hart 


5- 


2-2 


1000 


2-2 


1000 


1 














6 


1.2 


Bill Bryant 


7- 1 


7-16 


.438 


3-5 


.600 

TEAM 


11 
84 


7 


3 


3 


3 


17 


2.4 


MARYLAND 


30 


954-1897 


.503 


430-600 


.717 


1154 (38.5) 


589 (18) 


415 


126 


195 


2338 


77.9 


OPPONENTS 


30 


912-1923 


.474 


416-601 


.692 


1036 (34.5) 


576 (17) 


402 


99 


240 


2240 


74.7 



Dead Ball Rebounds: Maryland 52 Opponents 66 MISSED SHOTS: Maryland 1113 Opponents 

WON 19 LOST 11 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE: WON 7 LOST 7 



1195 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BASKETBALL RESULTS - 1978-79 - WON 19 LOST 11 



Md. 100 Athletes In Action 



85 



(HI 



Not included in season totals - Exhibition Game 



HIGH SCORERS 



HIGH REBOUNDERS 



Md. 107 


Bucknell 


97 


(H) 


10,216 


19 


Gibson 


18 


Graham 


13 


Williams 


9 


Gibson 


65 


Georgetown 


68 


(N) 


8,100 


19 


King 


16 


Graham 


9 


Williams 


8 


Gibson 


81 


Air Force 


68 


(A) 


3,300 


19 


Gibson 


14 


King 


15 


Williams 


14 


Gibson 


88 


Nevada Las Vegas** 


94 


(A) 


6,376 


20 


Graham 


17 


Williams 


22 


Williams 


12 


Gibson 


69 


Penn State 


61 


(N) 


5,016 


16 


Manning 


15 


Williams 


9 


Williams 


9 


Gibson 


86 


Biscayne 


60 


(H) 


8,017 


22 


Graham 


13 


Manning 


14 


Williams 


5 


Gibson 


82 


East Carolina 


71 


(H) 


8,635 


20 


Graham 


19 


King 


14 


Gibson 


7 


King 


124 


N.C. State** 


110 


(H) 


14,500 


44 


Graham 


25 


Manning 


13 


Williams 


13 


Gibson 


129 


Canisius 


103 


(H) 


6,127 


24 


King 


23 


Gibson 


12 


Williams 


10 


King 








MARYLAND 


INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 










OT 62 


St. Joseph's 


56 


(H) 


5,612 


27 


King 


13 


Graham 


13 


Gibson 


10 


Williams 


83 


Southern Calif. 


79 


(H) 


9,287 


20 


King 


20 


Graham 


11 


King 


8 


Williams 


84 


George Washington 


72 


(H) 


11,710 


20 


King 


20 


Gibson 


9 


Gibson 


8 


Williams 


60 


Wake Forest 


66 


(H) 


12,344 


20 


King 


12 


Gibson 


9 


Williams 






20T 82 


N.C. State** 


81 


(A) 


1 2,400 


24 


Graham 


20 


Gibson 


8 


King 


7 


Gibson 


84 


Louisville** 


99 


(H) 


14,500 


25 


Gibson 


18 
18 


Graham 
Manning 


10 


Williams 


7 


King 


77 


Clemson 


63 


(A) 


10,162 


25 


Graham 


15 
15 


Gibson 
Manning 


10 


Williams 


7 


King 


53 


North Carolina** 


54 


(H) 


14,500 


25 


Graham 


14 


King 


7 


Williams 


6 


Gibson 


82 


Navy 


62 


(H) 


10,218 


16 


Graham 


14 


Gibson 


7 


Williams 


7 


Gibson 


67 


Notre Dame** 


66 


(H) 


14,500 


28 


Graham 


11 


Gibson 


15 


Williams 






63 


Virginia** 


69 


(H) 


14,500 


16 


Graham 


14 


King 


14 


Williams 


10 


Gibson 


78 


Duke** 


87 


(A) 


8,564 


15 


Manning 


15 


Gibson 


8 


Gibson 


7 


Williams 


67 


North Carolina** 


76 


(A) 


10,000 


19 


Manning 


12 


Gibson 


9 


Williams 


7 


Gibson 


77 


Clemson 


69 


(H) 


14,218 


19 


King 


18 


Manning 


10 


King 


9 
9 


Williams 
Gibson 


70 


Duke** 


68 


(H) 


14,500 


23 


Manning 


13 


King 


13 


Williams 


8 


Gibson 


54 


Wake Forest 


53 


(A) 


10,489 


13 


Williams 


11 


King 


14 


Williams 






72 


Virginia** 


75 


(A) 


9,000 


30 


King 


17 


Graham 


11 


Williams 


6 


Gibson 






ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


TOURNAMENT 










75 


Clemson** 


67 


(A) 


15,753 


20 


King 


18 


Graham 


12 


Gibson 


8 


Williams 


79 


North Carolina** 


102 


(A) 


15,753 


23 


Gibson 


19 


Williams 


14 


Williams 


9 


Gibson 








NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 










30T 67 


Rhode Island 


65 


(H) 


6,223 


17 


Gibson 


15 


King 


19 


Gibson 


16 


Williams 


72 


Ohio State 


79 


(H) 


11,929 


27 


King 


20 


Graham 


12 


Williams 


6 
6 


King 
Gibson 



**Denotes Sellouts 

TOTAL ATTENDANCE - COLE FIELD HOUSE: 
AWAY GAMES 
TOTAL 



201,536 for average of 1 1,196 (18 dates) 
1 1 4,9 1 3 for average of 9,576 ( 1 2 dates) 
316,449 for average of 10,548 (30 dates) 



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TERRAPIN NOTES 

Driesell's Terrapins have advanced to the semi-finals 
of the ACC Tournament in seven of the last eight years, 
a feat equaled only by the North Carolina Tar Heels. 
The Terps went on to the championship game three 
times. 



During those eight years, with teams recruited by 
Driesell, the Terps have won nine of 17 tournament 
games. Only North Carolina with 11 of 13 has won 
more. Virginia has won eight of 15 and North Carolina 
State eight of 14 tournament games during the same 
span. 










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TERRAPIN NOTES 




Maryland led the ACC in home atendance once 
again and with an average of 11,196 per home date 
was one of only 28 teams in the nation averaging over 
10.000 per game. 



The Terps drew 201,536 fans to Cole Field House 
and only 13 teams topped the 200,000 mark. 



Since "Lefty" came to College Park the Terps have 
draw 1,833,440 fans to Cole Field House. During the 
ten year period the Terps have had 149 home dates 
and averaged 12,304 per date. The year prior to "Lefty's" 
arrival the Terps drew 66,500 for 10 dates, a average of 
6,650 per game. The Terrapins have led the ACC in 
total attendance for the past eight years. 





TERRAPIN NOTES 

"Lefty" Driesell's Terrapins played five games against 
teams ranked among the top five in the nation last year, 
eight games against teams ranked among the top eight, 
and 10 against top 20 teams. Maryland won three of five 
against the top five and split the eight games with the 
top eight teams. 

The Terps defeated Notre Dame the Nation's top 
ranked team, 67-66 on National Television just a week 
after dropping a one point decision 53-54 to the second 
ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. 

Maryland also topped Duke, the fifth ranked team 
70-68, just two weeks after losing a nine point decision 
to the Blue Devils while they were ranked third in the 
nation. 

The Terps opened die ACC schedule with a 124-110 
win over the fourth ranked North Carolina State Wolf- 
pack and came back with a 82-81 overtime win in Raleigh 
while the Wolfpack were ranked eighth. 

The other three losses to top ten teams were all to 
North Carolina while ranked second, sixth and seventh. 

In addition to the 10 games with teams ranked 
among the top 20 at the time, including Nevada Las- 
Vegas and Louisville, Georgetown moved into the top 
20 after meeting the Terps early in the season. 



One of the toughest places in collegiate basketball 
to win is on the home court of the four North Carolina 
schols in the ACC. Coach Driesell's Terps swept all 
four games there in 1975, won three of four in 1977 and 
split the four games in 1972, 1974 and 1979. During 
those eight years the Terps are 14-18 in regular season 
games in North Carolina and 8-7 in tournament games 
in Greensboro. During the same period the Terps are 
9-7 on the home courts of die Clemson Tigers and 
Virginia Cavaliers for an overall ACC road record of 
23-25. During the same period the Terps are 13-14 
at home against the league opponents. 



Buck Williams, the ACC "Rookie of the Year" in 
1979 played on the United States team in the Interna- 
tional Cup competition and was the second leading 
scorer on the 1 1 man squad, with 62 points in five 
games. He scored 16 in the win over Formosa and 15 
in a overtime win over France. 




Nine of the 10 returning from the 1978-79 team im- 
proved their times for the mile with Albert King making 
the biggest improvement knocking 24 seconds off his 
previous time with a 5:06. Greg Manning with 5:10, 
Reggie Jackson 5:12, Jon Robinson 5:14, Dutch Morley 
and David Henderson with 5:24 all improved and turned 
in times that were topped by only two men in 1978. 

LEFTY AND THE TERPS 
IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 



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



Maryland 60 
Maryland 104 
Maryland 166 



Italian National Team 
Chilean National Team 
Iceland National Team 



Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games 
Mexico City, Mexico 

Maryland 99 Real Madrid (Spain) 



1975-76 
1979-80 



Maryland 89 

Maryland 120 

Maryland 84 

Maryland 81 

Maryland 100 

Maryland 84 



49 
37 
45 



87 
79 



Chihuahua (Mexico) 

Aguascalientes (Mexico) 107 
(2 overtimes) 

Vila Nova (Brazil) 76 

Ignis Varese (Italy) 80 

Russian National Team 96 
(overtime) 

Yugoslavia 78 



The Terrapins are timed for the Mile run and a Mile 
and a Half run when practice begins. Buck Williams 
broke the Basketball record for die mile run as a fresh- 
man with his 4:59 and topped that this past October 
with a 4:53. The old record was the 5:00 turned in by 
Guard Rich Porac in 1974. Tom McMillen's 5:18 had 
been the best time turned in by a big man. 



The Maryland Terrapins under Coach Lefty Driesell have 
hosted five National teams in Cole Field House and won all 
five games including an overtime decision over the Russian 
National Team. In addition the Terps represented the 
United States in the Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games in 
Mexico in 1974 and won the Team Championship. In 
International Competition the Terps are 10-0. 



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HEAD COACHES PRODUCED BY "LEFTY" 







JERRY CONBOY 

Point Park 




DAVE PRITCHETT 

Davidson 





JOE HARRINGTON 

Hofstra 




TIM AUTRY 

South Carolina State 




TERRY HOLLAND 

Virginia 




WARREN MITCHELL 

William & Mary 




GALE CATLETT 

Cincinnati 



GEORGE RAVELING 

Washington State 



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JOHN W. "JACK" ZANE 

Sports Information Director 

Jack Zane returned to 
Maryland in August of 
1969 after serving as the 
Sports Information Dir- 
ector for The George 
Washington University for 
six years. 

He received his degree 
in Journalism from Mary- 
land in February of 1960 
after serving as a student 
assistant to Joe Blair for 
three years. He served as 
a full time assistant to 
Blair for two years after 
graduation. 

While at Maryland he was the first Executive Sports 
Editor of the Diamondback, SMC of Pi Kappa Alpha 
fraternity and a member of Sigma Delta Chi Journalism 
fraternity. 

While at GW he served as President of the Southern 
Conference SID's and on the Executive Committee of the 
Southern Conference Sports "Writers Association. He 
has served three terms as a Vice-President of the Atlantic 
Coast Sports Writers. 

He is on the Public Relations Committee of the 
NCAA, has been a member of CoSIDA for 16 years, the 
Football and Basketball Writers of America, the Sports 
Reporters Association of Baltimore and the Maryland 
Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. He is also a member of 
the Washington D.C. Touchdown Club. 

A graduate of Southern High at Lothian, Zane is a 
native of Maryland and served four and a half years 
in the Navy before enrolling at Maryland. He is married 
to the former Judy Allen of Fayetteville, West Virginia, 
a graduate of The George Washington University. 



PATTI WESSEL FLYNN 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Patti Flyrm is a 1977 
graduate of Maryland and 
joined die Sports Infor- 
mation staff in 1978. 

She is primarily respon- 
sible for die 10 sport 
women's program but 
works with all 23 varsity 
sports. 

Following graduation 
she worked with the 
Maryland Education- 
al Foundation in the areas 
of fund raising and pro- 
moting die Women's pro- 
gram. 

She has hosted several AIAW regional tournaments and 
traveled with the basketball team diroughout the nation 
including the AIAW finals in California. 

As an undergraduate she played for die Maryland 
basketball team and graduated cum laude with a B.S. 
in Marketing. 

Patti came to Maryland from nearby Regina High 
with her home in Adelphi. She married Tim Flynn, 
also a Maryland graduate this past summer. 





HUGH RODMAN "Rod" MARTIN 

Head Basketball Trainer 

Rod Martin (27) join- 
ed the Maryland Training 
Staff as Assistant to John 
J. Bush and Head Basket- 
ball Trainer in 1978 af- 
ter serving as a graduate 
assistant at the University 
of Kentucky. 

He also worked as a 
trainer with the Indiana 
Wizards, a professional 
basketball team and with 
the Tampa Bay Bucca- 
neers of the N.F.L. 
Rod is a graduate of 
Morehead State University where he received his B.A. 
in 1975. He earned his Masters Degree in 1977. 

He is a native of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky and gradu- 
ated from Anderson County High. He married Donna 
Marie Figuly in July of 1978. Rod was born on March 
21, 1952. 



DR. STANFORD A. "Stan" LA VINE 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine has 
served as the Terrapin 
Team physician for all 
sports and has enabled 
many Maryland athletes 
to overcome injuries and 
\ . w^ not only perform at Mary- 

r •■■^L^ -' Jfl land but to go on to the 

professional ranks and ex- 

^Mjv H \s a quarterback on the 

H 1949 Maryland team he 

WL I established one Terrapin 

record and shared an- 
other. Against South Car- 
olina Lavine passed 15 yards to El Bolton who ran 77 
yards to score. The 92 yard touchdown play remains die 
longest scoring pass and run in die Maryland record 
book. 

Against George Washington, Lavine completed three 
touchdown passes, a mark he shared until Mark Manges, 
recovering from a separated shoulder repaired by Lavine, 
threw four against Villanova in 1975. 

Dr. Lavine is an orthopedic surgeon and has also 
served as the Team Physician for the Bullets and Wash- 
ington Redskins. He is highly respected in the field of 
sports medicine and is a loyal Terrapin often catching 
both the Bullets and Terrapin basketball teams in action 
on the same night. 




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MARYLAND 
EDUCATIONAL 
FOUNDATION 



Tom Fields is one of 
the major reasons die 
University of Maryland 
Athletic Department is 
one of the few Adiletic 
Departments in the nation 
operating in the black. 

Fields, a retired Colonel 
from the Marine Corps, 
is the Executive Director 
of the Maryland Educa- 
tional Foundation, the 
organization assuming re- 
sponsibility for the schol- 
arship aid to Maryland 

athletes. 

The former Maryland Track Ail-American returned 
to Maryland in 1970 when the contributions to the Edu- 
cational Foundation were minimal. For the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1970 the contributions were approxi- 
mately $30,000. 

For the past fiscal year the funds generated by the 
Educational Foundation totaled over $900,000. 

The membership of the Terrapin Club has expanded 
accordingly from the 132 original members to 1,850. 
The Club in addition to die contributions to the Educa- 
tional Foundation supports the athletic program in many 
other ways especially with their attendance at the events. 
Over one half of the contributors are not graduates of 
the University of Maryland. However all are strong 
supporters of Intercollegiate Athletics and its principals 
of competition. 

The funds provided by the foundation have not only 
enabled the University's self - sustaining program to 
remain just above the break even point but has enabled 
the Terrapins to develop a Women's program that has 
also gained National recognition. The scholarship pro- 
gram for the women athletes is on a par with the program 
of the men's non-revenue sports. 

The Terrapin Club membership currently includes 
26 life members ($10,000 contribution) 402 Diamond- 
back members (1,000 annual contribution) and 575 
Gold members ($500 annual contribution) among the 
1,850 contributors. 

As a track star Fields helped lead the Terps to one of 
their finest days ever at the Penn Relays winning three 
Championship of America races. During World War II 
he served in combat in Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, 
Bouganville and Iowa 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, Head- 
quarters, Marine Corps. 

HOTSY ALPERSTEIN is the President of the Terrapin 
Club with Joseph Vona and Gregory DesRoches serving 
as vice presidents. 

The incomparable Alperstein is a former Maryland Box- 
ing Champion and also played Lacrosse and Soccer for 
the Terrapins. He was recently named to the State of 
Maryland Boxing Hall of Fame as a unanimous choice 
with induction set for October 21. 




DR. CHARLES A. TAFF 

Chairman The Athletic Council 

Dr. Charles A. Taff, 
Professor of Transporta- 
tion, College of Business 
and Management replaced 
Dr. John Faber as Chair- 
man of the Athletic Coun- 
cil in 1977. Dr. Taff 
served as chairman of the 
Department of Business 



Administration from 1962 to 1973 and has taught at 
Maryland since 1949. 

He is a graduate of Iowa where he also received his 
M.A. in 1941. After joining die faculty at Maryland he 
earned his Ph.D. in Transportation Economics in 1952. 
He has served on the athletic council for several years. 



FRANCIS A. GRAY, JR. 

Assistant Athletic Director 

Frank Gray joined the 
athletic department as 
Business Manager in 1972 
and now serves as an 
assistant Director of Ath- 
letics, responsible for the 
financial structure of die 
department. 

He has been primarily 

responsible for the handling of the budgets in die 
department that operates on a $3,000,000 annual total 
budget, the bids and purchases made by the department, 
expense accounts and all other expenditures. 



WILLIAM "SPIDER" FRY 

Assistant Athletic Director 

"Spider" Fry moved in- 
to an administrative posi- 
tion in the athletic de- 
partment in 1978 after 
having devoted 15 years to 
the athletes as a Head 
Trainer. 

He served five years 
as the Head Trainer at 
Dartmouth College before returning to Maryland in 
March of 1967. 

As a Maryland undergraduate he earned his letter 
in varsity soccer and a B.S. Degree in Physical Education. 
He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth. 

Fry became interested in training after suffering a 
soccer injury that ended his athletic career at Maryland. 

During his years as a trainer he has worked with all 
13 mens sports, understands the scheduling problems in 
each sport, the feeding and housing problems and trans- 
portation difficulties. 





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DR. JOHN SAMPSON TOLL 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

John S. Toll, the 22nd president of the University 
of Maryland, has been in office for a little more dian 
one year but he has already become a vital force for 
higher education in the State of Maryland. 

The drive behind the Toll presidency is a pledge 
that "with a determined effort from everyone concerned, 
the University of Maryland can, in about a decade, 
become one of the best state university systems in die 
nation." 

Since he became president on July 1. 1978, the Uni- 
versity has developed planning documents for the Eastern 
Shore and Baltimore County Campuses: has initiated 
multi-campus programs which utilize die resources of 
the College Park Campus and the University of Maryland 
at Baltimore; is helping to develop plans through Uni- 
versity College for a national television education system; 
and has raised undergraduate admission standards. 

More than $465,000 in grants, including a $190,000 
Carnegie Foundation award, were obtained in the first 
eight months of the Toll presidency to assist Dr. Toll 
in developing his ''Agenda for the 80s," a plan to assure 
that the University will meet future societal needs. The 
Carnegie grant will fund an intensive study of die Uni- 
versity's roles and missions by -a team of educational ex- 
perts. The results of the study may make die University 
of Maryland a model for other universities. 

"The University of Maryland must adapt to new 
circumstances and respond to new demands that are 
being made of universities to provide increasing services 
to the society," President Toll said. "This process of 




reshaping the University to gain more effective use of 
resources, to expand the service mission, and to increase 
the excellence of the teaching and research missions is 
now underway. The University intends to bring its re- 
sources to bear on the social and economic development 
of the State of Maryland and to develop scholarly pro- 
grams and research projects that will help the state and 
the nation prosper during the next decade." 

Although President Toll has been in office for less 
than 15 months, he is very familiar with the University 
and the College Park Campus. Dr. Toll first came to 
the University in 1953 as professor and chairman of 
what was then a six-man physics department. 

Dr. Toll received his undergraduate degree in physics 
from Yale where he graduated with highest honors. 
His advanced physics degrees were earned at Princeton. 
An avid jogger, camper and tennis player, Dr. Toll and 
his wife Deborah have two daughters. 



DR. ROBERT L. CLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 

"The College Park Campus." Says Robert L. Gluck- 
stern, Chancellor of the eighth largest campus in the 
nation, "is reaffirming its commitments to research, 
scholarship, and the advancement of knowledge, in- 
cluding the search for solutions to social problems and 
the pursuit of excellence for its own sake." 

One program that emphasizes academic excellence 
is the Chancellor's Scholars Program. WiUi financial 
support from alumni and other friends of the University, 
the Chancellor's Scholars Program seeks to attract and 
retain top quality students to College Park through 
the annual award of $500 renewable scholarships to 
outstanding high school students. 

The Distinguished Scholar-Teachers Program, estab- 
lished last year, emphasizes academic excellence by 
recognizing faculty members who have been particularly 
successful at translating scholarship into classroom teach- 
ing. Each of the six professors selected are given time 
to develop an honors seminar, a graduate seminar, and 
a series of public lectures in connection with dieir 
areas of expertise during die coming year. 

College Park's General Honors Program, now in its 
fifteenth year, has come to be respected as one of the 
best of its kind throughout the nation. Despite die 
pressures of administration. Dr. Gluckstern contributes 
by teaching a General Honors course in physics almost 
every semester. He also continues to be active in research. 

The accent on quality diat has characterized Dr. 
Gluckstern's administration leads naturally from his 




own academic background. Educated at the City College 
of New York (Electrical Engineering) and MlT (Ph.D. 
in Physics). Dr. Gluckstern taught at Yale University 
for fourteen years. In 1964 he joined the faculty at the 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst as professor and 
chairman of the physics and astronomy department. 
Under his leadership, die department grew from 14 to 
52 faculty members and increased federal support from 
$30,000 to $950,000 a year. 

A member of the Terrapin Club, he is an avid fan 
and works out on the racquetball courts. He frequently 
reminds people that Maryland can be proud of its 
athletes who have combined varsity skills widi excellent 
academic records. 

Dr. Gluckstern. who is 54. was born in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey. He is married to die former Norma Block. 
The Gluckstems have three children. 



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