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Maryland Basketball 
1982-83 



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1982-83 Maryland Basketball Schedule 


Day 


Date 




Opponent 


Site 


Time 


Sat. 


Nov. 


27 


Penn State 


Bait. Civic Center 


8:00 


Wed. 


Dec. 


1 


U.M.E.S. 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Sat. 




4 


Canisius 


Buffalo. NY 


8:00 


Wed. 




8 


St. Joseph's 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Sat. 




II 


Duquesne 


College Park. MD 


8:00 


Tues. 




14 


Towson 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Thurt. 




23 


U.C.L.A. 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Mon. 


Jan. 


3 


American 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Wed. 




5 


Wm. and Mary 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Sat. 




8 


Virginia 


College Park, MD 


9:00 


Wed. 




12 


North Carolina 


Chapel Hill, NC 


7:00 


Sat. 




IS 


Duke 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Wed. 




19 


Clemson 


Clemson, SC 


7:30 


Sat. 




22 


Notre Dame 


College Park, MD 


2:30 


Wed. 




26 


Holy Cross 


Worcester Centrum 
Worcester, MA 


7:30 


Sat. 




29 


N.C. State 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Mon. 




31 


Navy 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Wed. 


Feb. 


2 


Old Dominion 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Sat. 




S 


Georgia Tech 


College Park, MD 


3:00 


Wed. 




9 


Wake Forest 


Greensboro, NC 


8:00 


Sat. 




12 


Duke 


Durham, NC 


1:00 


Wed. 




16 


North Carolina 


College Park, MD 


8:00 


Sun. 




20 


Clemson 


College Park, MD 


2:00 


Wed. 




23 


Georgia Tech 


Atlanta, GA 


8:00 


Sat. 




26 


Wake Forest 


College Park, MD 


3:00 


Thuri. 


Mar. 


3 


N.C. State 


Raleigh, NC 


8:00 


Sun. 




6 


Virginia 


Charlottesville, VA 


2:00 


Fri./Sat./ II 
Sun. 


-13 


ACC Tournament 


Atlanta. GA 





Maryland At 
A Glance 

Location 

College Park, MD 20740 

Athletic Dept. 

Cole Field House 

President 

Dr. John S. Toll 

Chancellor 

Dr. John Slaughter 

Enrollment 

22.535 Full Time 
Undergraduates 

Athletic Director 

Richard M. "Dick" Dull 

Faculty Chairman — 
Athletics 

Dr. Charles Taff 

Conference 

Atlantic Coast 

Basketball Arena 

Cole Field House — 14.500 

Nickname 

Terrapins. Terps 

Colors 

Red. White. Black & Gold 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

Head Basketball Coach 

Charles "Lefty" Drieseil 

Trainer 

Tommy Lyies 

Sports Information 
Director 

Jack Zane 

Sports Promotion Director 

Randy Hoffman 

Office Telephones 
Director of Athletics 

(301) 454-4705 

Basketbaii Office 

(301) 454-2126 

Athletic Ticket Office 

(301) 454-2I2I 

Sports Information Office 

(30!) 454-2123 

Sports Promotion Office 

(301) 454-4687 



1982.83 Basketball Media Guide 




Patti Flynn 

Lisa Papa 
Jack Zane 

Craig Bengtson 
Steve Rear 
Gabe Romano 
Jon Stra+ton 



Larry Crouse 

Bill Cummings 

Richard Farkus 

Rich Horchler 

Brian Lewis 

Tom Nunemaker 

Ron Ross 

Phil Straw 

Dan Webster 

Campus Photo Services 

University Printers 

Printing Dept. 
(Henry Kuhn 
Manager) 



Editor 
Associate Editors 

Contributors 



Photographers 



Sun Crown 



Color Separations 



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

Photo — Page 35 — "Pas De Two" by 
Richard Darcey, Washington Post 
1st Prize, White House News Pho- 
tographers Association — Sports 
— 1981. 

1st Prize, Best Sports Picture of 
the Year — The Sporting News — 
1981. 



The University of Maryland is an 
Affirmative Action/Equal Oppor- 
tunity Institution. 






Contents 

Media Information 2 

Athletic Director 

Dick Dull 3 

The Staff 

Head Coach 

Lefty Driesell 4-6 

Assistant Coaches 

John Kochan 7 

Sherman Dillard 7 

Mel Cartwright 7 

Basketball Staff 8 

Academic Advisement 9 

Cole Field House 10 

The Players 11-31 

Jeff Adkins 12-13 

Chuck Driesell 14-15 

Steve Rivers 1 6—1 7 

Mark Fothergill 18-19 

Adrian Branch 20-2 1 

Pete Holbert 22-23 

Herman Veal 24-25 

Jeff Baxter 26 

Ed Farmer 27 

Bryan Palmer 28 

Len Bias 29 

Greg Stevens 30 

Ben Coleman 31 

The Shot Heard 'Round 

the Nation 32-33 

Terrapin Personnel Breakdown 34 

I 98 I -82 Statistics 35-36 

Award Winning Shot, 

"Pas De Two" 37 

Records 38-45 

All-Time Scores 46-50 

Awards 51—58 

Maryland in the Pros 52—53 

Former Greats on MD. . . . 54—55 

Over the Years 56-58 

Opponents Information .... 59—66 

Administration 67 

President Toll 68 

Chancellor Slaughter .... 68 

Athletic Dept. Staff 69-72 

Voice of the Terps, 

Johnny Holllday 73 

Radio Network 73 

Hotel Directory 73 

University of Maryland 74—77 

Lefty's All-Americans 78-79 

Terrapin Notes 81-83 

Driesell Era in College Park . 84-87 

Terp Olympians 88 



To The News Media 



We hope the 1982-83 ediHon of Maryland Bas- 
kefball will be helpful as you cover fhe Terrapins 
this winter. Wifh fhis book goes an invitation to 
visit us as often as possible. Our offices are located 
in Cole Field House, room 1145. 

Should you desire additional information, feature 
materials or photographs please address your re- 
quests to the Sports Information Office. 

PLAYER INTERVIEWS: Contact the Sports Informa- 
tion OfFIce for player interviews at least a day in 
advance and we will make every attempt to accom- 
odate 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 staff 
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 telephones. 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. 

GAME SERVICES: Pre-game notes and updated 
statistics will be available prior to the games. A 
running play-by-play and full statistical summary 
sheets are distributed at halftime and after the 
game. Coaches' quotes are made available follow- 
ing all conference games. 

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 the West press box, 
one flight up from the promenade level. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: All photographers on assign- 
ment working on the floor will pick up an 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 with the 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 follow- 
ing same procedure when his locker room opens. 

PRESS PARKING: Press parking is available on the 
North Side of Cole Field House on the promenade 
of Byrd Stadium. 

WEEKLY PRESS LUNCHEONS: Every attempt will 
be made to hold a weekly luncheon In Cole Field 
House with 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. 




SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICES: The Sports In- 
formation Offices are located In Cole Field House 
In the far right hand corner of the building, room 
I 145. 

MAILING ADDRESS: The mailing address for the 
Maryland Office of Sports Information is: 

Sports Information Office 
University of Maryland 
P.O. Box 295 
College Park, Maryland 20740 

STAFF TELEPHONE NUMBERS: 

JACK ZANE (Maryland "60) 
Assistant Athletic Director 
Sports Information Director 
Office: (301 ) 454-2123 
(301) 864-4076 
Home: (301) 322-3265 

PATTI FLYNN (Maryland 77) 
Assistant Sports Information Director 
Office: (301 ) 454-2123 
Home: (301 ) 384-9868 

GABE ROMANO (Maryland "82) 
Assistant Sports Information 
Office: (301 ) 454-2123 
Home: (301 ) 441-8308 

THERESE RYAN 

(Maryland, University College '78) 
Secretary 

Office: (301 ) 454-2123 
(301) 864-4076 

BASKETBALL OFFICE TELEPHONE: 

(301 ) 454-2126 



Richard M. Dull 




Director of Athletics 



Dick Dull assumed the duties of 
Director of Athletics on August I , 
1981. He was appointed by the 
Board of Regents on June 19, 
1981. 

He was well qualified for the 
position taking over a department 
that he had worked his way 
through, beginning as a student 
athlete in 1964. 

Everyone felt his biggest chal- 
lenge would be maintaining finan- 
cial solvency at a time of rising 
prices, especially in the areas of 
equipment, medical care, insur- 
ance, travel and scholarships. 
Competition for the entertainment 
dollar was also at its peak. 

He immediately formed an ad- 
visory group within the depart- 
ment that could provide depart- 
mental input and at the same time 
serve as a liaison with the other 
members of the department. This 
group for instance was called to- 
gether and informed of the final 
decision on the hiring of Football 
Coach Bobby Ross prior to any 
public announcement. 

Morale within the department is 
at its best, the department has 
maintained its solvency and there 
is a bright outlook for 1982-83 in 
all sports. 

Some of the highlights and chal- 
lenges of Dull's first complete year 
as Director of Athletics include 
the selection of football Coach 
Bobby Ross; an upset victory of 
then top ranked Virginia in the last 
game of the basketball season and 
the subsequent selection to the 
National Invitational Tournament; 
Chris Weller's team advancement 



to the final four in the first 
NCAA Championship Tournament 
for women; and the women's la- 
crosse team's appearance in the 
AIAW championship game. 

Even the ACC meeting became 
more of a challenge with negotia- 
tions for a new basketball tele- 
vision contract, the installation of 
a 30 second clock and three point 
field goal in basketball, and dis- 
cussions aimed at improving re- 
cruiting guides and academic 
standards. 

Certainly his Doctor of Laws, 
from the University of Maryland 
School of Law in 1971 and the ex- 
perience gained as an Attorney at 
Law for four years contributed 
to his success and perseverance 
throughout the past year. 

Since joining the Maryland Ath- 
letic Department his duties have 
encompassed everything from 
coaching on the field to schedul- 
ing, supervision and administration 
of all non-revenue sports, serving 
as liaison with the Office of Finan- 
cial Aid, supervision and adminis- 
tration of the Business Office of 
Intercollegiate Athletics and the 
reorganization of the former De- 
partment of Women's Intercollegi- 
ate Athletics into Office of Non- 
Revenue Sports. 

Since taking over as Athletic 
Director he has reorganized the 
promotions department with staff 
members serving as Director of 
Marketing and Director of Sales 
and initiated new Athletic Depart- 



ment publications designed to 
whet the appetite of sports fans 
interested in Maryland athletics. 

He initially came to Maryland 
as a student-athlete from Bigler- 
ville High in Pennsylvania. He re- 
ceived his Bachelor of Arts as a 
Political Science major in 1967 
and then moved on to the Mary- 
land School of Law. 

As an undergraduate he was a 
champion javelin thrower for the 
Maryland Track and Field team. 
His best competitive throw was 
251 feet. 

Among his many titles won 
while at Maryland are Atlantic 
Coast Conference Champion, Penn 
Relay Champion, and ACC-SEC 
Champion. While an undergradu- 
ate he placed eighth in the Na- 
tional AAU Championships. 

His bar memberships include the 
Court of Appeals of Maryland and 
the Federal Court for District of 
Maryland. 

He served from June 1971 to 
June 1973 as Attorney at Law, 
Legal Aid Bureau in Baltimore, 
Maryland and from June 1973 to 
January 1975 as Attorney at Lav/ 
with the University of Southern 
California, National Senior Citi- 
zens Law Center. While with USC 
he served for a period as the Act- 
ing Director of the Washington 
office. 

His hobbies include photogra- 
phy, fishing and motor sports. He 
was born on July I, 1945. 




Charles G. Driesell 



Maryland's Winningest Basketball Coach 




After I 3 years In College Park, Terrapin Basketball 
Coach Charles S. Driesell has established one of the 
finest basketball programs in the nation at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. In doing so, he also helped in- 
crease interest in the sport throughout the area while 
building Maryland into a traditional power. 

When Dreisell accepted the challenge at College 
Park to turn around a team that had not finished over 
.500 in three years, he immediately began to build a 
solid, winning program that packed Terp fans into 
Cole Field House to witness his exciting brand of 
basketball. 

Driesell showed his fans the shape of things to 
come when his first Maryland team reached the .500 
mark. From there, he has gone on to win 260 games 
in 13 seasons at Maryland, surpassing his four pre- 
decessors and becoming Maryland's winningest coach. 
In 24 years Coach H. Burton Shipley won 243 games, 
while Bud Millikan amassed 242 in 17 years. It took 
Coach Driesell just 12 seasons to accumulate 244 
wins, averaging 20 per year. 

Driesell brought a winning image to the University 
and wasted little time instilling it into the Terrapins. 
Only one other active coach has a better winning 
percentage than Driesell's .708 in 22 years as a major 
college head coach, including nine years at Davidson. 
In his 22 year career, Driesell's teams have averaged 
20 wins a year, with a record of 436 wins against 
only I 80 losses. 

While building Maryland into a powerhouse, Drie- 
sell has also found time to develop many professional 
basketball players, a Rhodes Scholar, and three Phi 
Beta Kappas. Ten of his former assistant coaches 



have moved on to head coaching positions at such 
schools as Cincinnati, Davidson, George Mason, Point 
Park, South Carolina State, University of the District 
of Columbia, Virginia, Washington State, West Vir- 
ginia and William and Mary. 

Competing in one of the toughest basketball con- 
ferences in the nation, Driesell's Maryland program 
has also gained national prominence. No other ACC 
or NCAA team has ever been more proficient at 
shooting — his teams always rank among the nation's 
leaders in scoring, rebounding, free throw shooting 
and winning. He has never had a team out-rebounded 
while 12 of his teams have topped the 50 percent 
mark in field goal shooting. Thirteen of his teams 
have won over 20 games in a season as II of them 
have averaged over 80 points per game, including 
the Maryland team record of 89.9 set in 1974-75. 

Driesell has had 13 teams ranked in the Top 20. Of 
his seven Top 20 teams at Maryland, five came in 
consecutive years. Seven of his Top 20 squads have 
been ranked in the Top 10, with four of them at Mary- 
land. He has coached four conference champion 
teams and his 1972 Maryland squad won the National 
Invitational Tournament. 

DRIESELL'S NATIONALLY RANKED TEAMS 



1963 


A.P. 


Poll 


18th 


Davidson 


1964 


A. P. 


Poll 


lOth 


Davidson 


1965 


A.P. 


Poll 


6th 


Davidson 


1966 


A.P. 


Poll 


16th 


Davidson 


1968 


A.P. 


Poll 


8th 


Davidson 


1969 


A.P. 


Poll 


3rd 


Davidson 


1972 


A.P. 


Poll 


Nth 


Maryland 


1973 


A.P. 


Poll 


8th 


Maryland 


1974 


A.P. 


Poll 


4th 


Maryland 


1975 


A.P. 


Poll 


5th 


Maryland 


1976 


A.P. 


Poll 


1 Ith 


Maryland 


1980 


A.P. 


Poll 


8th 


Maryland 


1981 


A.P. 


Poll 


18th 


Maryland 



His Terps have also excelled in International com- 
petition, sporting a 16-1 record against some of the 
best teams in the world, including games against the 
USSR and Yugoslavian National teams. Maryland has 
beaten all six of the international squads that have 
visited Cole Field House while the Terps have also 
won the Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games in Mexico 
City in 1974 and the 1980 Kirin World Cup Games, 
held in Japan. 

In his 13 years at College Park, over two million 
fans have visited Cole Field House to watch the 
Maryland Basketball Terrapins. The Terps have aver- 
aged 11,923 fans a date and 179,770 a season just 
to watch regular season games. 

Driesell graduated from Duke in 1954 and began 
his coaching career as the Junior Varsity Coach at 
Granby High School in his hometown of Norfolk, Va. 



He became Granby's Varsity Coach one year later 
but quickly advanced to Newport News High School 
where his teams compiled a 57 game winning streak 
while winning 64 of 70 games in two years. His over- 
all high school record was solid with 97 wins and 
only 15 losses. He also coached the J.V. football 
squad to two undefeated seasons. 

Driesell took over the program at Davidson College 
in I960 and Immediately began to demonstrate his 
coaching ability. His first team had the best record 
at Davidson in five years. His second team had the 
first winning season at Davidson In 13 years. By Drle- 
sell's third season, Davidson recorded its first 20 win 
season In 54 years of competition and gained national 
prominence. 

Driesell led Davidson to six 20-vIctory seasons with 
six Top 20 teams of which three were Top 10. After 
leading Davidson to a 27-3 finish and Third place 
National ranking in 1969, he accepted the challenge 
of building a winning program at the University of 
Maryland in College Park. 

At Maryland, Driesell wasted no time in transform- 
ing a loser into a winner. The Terps finished 13-13 
that first year and 14-12 the next. By his third season 
at Maryland, Driesell led the Terps to a 27-5 record 
and the National Invitational Tournament Champion- 
ship and an I Ith place national ranking. 

Maryland was ranked In the Top 10 for the next 
three years, finishing 23-7 in 1973 (Eighth In the 
nation), 23-5 in 1974 (Fourth on A.P., third on U.P.I.), 
and 24-5 in 1975 (Fifth In the nation). The Terps 
gained a berth in the Eastern Regional Finals in 1973 
and the Midwest Regional Finals In 1975. Driesell's 
1975 Terp squad also set an NCAA record for field 
goal accuracy, hitting 54.7 percent from the floor. 
For Driesell, It was the second time a team of his set 
the record, the first coming at Davidson. 

In 1979-80, Driesell's Terrapins were picked to 
finish sixth In the ACC, but ran up an 11-3 confer- 
ence record to finish first. With an overall record of 
24-7, Maryland was ranked eighth In both wire serv- 
ice polls and finished second in the nation In field 
goal percentage, shooting 55.1 percent from the floor. 
It was the best percentage ever for a Driesell coached 
team. 

T|ie Terps lost in the finals of the ACC Tournament 
but advanced to the semi-finals of the NCAA Eastern 
Reglonals. Post-season recognition came in droves for 
Driesell and the Terrapins. Driesell was named ACC 
Coach of the Year and District Coach of the Year. 
He produced a First-Team All-Amerlcan forward in 
Albert King and an Olympic Team member In Buck 
Williams. 

King was also named ACC Player of the Year and 
the ACC Tournament MVP while setting a Maryland 
single season scoring record with 674 points. Guard 
Greg Manning made ACC All-Academic honors for 
the third year in a row while leading the conference 
in both field goal and free throw shooting percent- 
age, the first time any ACC player has won both 
titles outright. 

In 1980-81 Coach Driesell once again guided his 
team to the Top Twenty finish. The 1980-81 Terps 




finished the season with a record of 21-10 and made 
their second consecutive appearance In the NCAA 
Tournament. It marked the seventh time that Driesell 
guided the Terps to 20 or more victories. 

Albert King became the Terp's all-time leading 
scorer, finishing his career at the University with 
2,058 points. Ernest Graham and Greg Manning also 
ended their careers among the top five in scoring. 
Graham finished fourth with 1,607 points, followed 
by Manning in the fifth spot with 1,561 points. Man- 
ning also established new marks for career field goal 
and free throw accuracy, hitting 58% of his shots 
from the floor and 86% of his foul shots. 

In the ACC Tournament, the Terps once again 
missed by just a single point of bringing home the 
gold. After defeating Duke 56-52 in the opening 
round, the Terps came through with their most satis- 
fying win of the year, defeating the Cavaliers of Vir- 
ginia 85-62 In the semi-final game. Maryland lost in 
the finals to North Carolina, 61-60 but advanced to 
the second round of the NCAA tournament with an 
81-69 victory over Tennessee-Chattanooga. 

Last year, a season filled with slow-downs and 
stalls, was an adjustment period for the Terps. Gone 
were the dynamic senior trio of Albert King, Ernest 
Graham and Greg Manning. Also departed was Buck 
Williams, power forward, who opted for the NBA. 
Coach Driesell, a man whose preference Is the fast- 
breaking, high-scoring game, knew his young squad 
would have to adjust — and that they did. Utilizing a 
number of spread-type offenses, the Terps provided 
basketball fans some outstanding contests. Among 
these was perhaps the game of the year, which na- 
tionally was deemed "the upset of the year." In 
front of a packed Cole Field House crowd, in the 



last game of the regular season, number one ranked 
Virginia was defeated in overtime by the Terrapins 
47-46. Freshman sensation Adrian Branch, the Terps 
leading scorer, tallied a career high 29 points in- 
cluding the winning jumper over Cavalier Jeff Jones 
with three seconds left in the overtime period. Follow- 
ing the regular season the Terps were selected to 
play in the National Invitational Tournament, where 
they defeated the Spiders of Richmond 66-50, but 
were therf eliminated by the Georgia Bulldogs In the 
second round. 

Among the many recognitions Coach Driesell has 
received, one of the most precious has to be the 
NCAA "Award of Valor". Driesell became the first 
coach to receive the award when he helped save the 
lives of at least ten children and several adults from 



a townhouse fire near Bethany Beach, Delaware, in 
1973. 

Driesell, who was born on Christmas Day in 1931, 
has also been honored as a basketball player. A three 
sport player at Granby High School, Driesell was 
named All-State In 1950 when his team won the 
Virginia State Championship. He was also named the 
outstanding player in the state tournament and re- 
ceived a scholarship to attend Duke. The 1954 team 
he played on was ranked tenth in the nation and 
won the Dixie Classic. 

Driesell and his wife, Joyce, are the parents of 
three daughters, Patty, Pam and Carolyn, and a son, 
Charles, who is a sophomore guard on the Maryland 
team. All are members of the Colesville United 
Methodist Church. 



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TWENTY-TWO 


YEAR COLLEGIATE RECORD 












Won 436 


Lost 


180 


Pet. .708 






1965-66 


Southern 


C 


snference Champions 












1967-68 


Southern 


C 


onference Champions 












1968-69 


Southern 


C 


snference Champions 












1971-72 


NIT Champ 


ions 














1955-56 






Granby High J.V. 




Won 


18 


Lost 


4 


1956-57 






Granby High Varsity 




Won 


15 


Lost 


5 


1957-59 






Newport News 


Varsity 




Won 


64 


Lost 


6 


Four Year 


High School Record: 






Won 


97 


Lost 


15 


(inci 


uded a 57- 


game winning streak 














and State Champi 


onship ) 














1960-61 






Davidson 






Won 


9 


Lost 


14 


1961-62 






Davidson 






Won 


14 


Lost 


1 1 


1962-63 






Davidson 






Won 


20 


Lost 


7 


1963-64 






Davidson 






Won 


22 


Lost 


4 


1964-65 






Davidson 






Won 


24 


Lost 


2 


1965-66 






Davidson 






Won 


21 


Lost 


7 


1966-67 






Davidson 






Won 


15 


Lost 


12 


1967-68 






Davidson 






Won 


24 


Lost 


5 


1968-69 






Davidson 






Won 


27 


Lost 


3 


1969-70 






Maryland 






Won 


13 


Lost 


13 


1970-7! 






Maryland 






Won 


14 


Lost 


12 


1971-72 






Maryland 






Won 


27 


Lost 


5 


1972-73 






Maryland 






Won 


23 


Lost 


7 


1973-74 






Maryland 






Won 


23 


Lost 


5 


1974-75 






Maryland 






Won 


24 


Lost 


5 


1975-76 






Maryland 






Won 


22 


Lost 


6 


1976-77 






Maryland 






Won 


19 


Lost 


8 


1977-78 






Maryland 






Won 


15 


Lost 


13 


1978-79 






Maryland 






Won 


19 


Lost 


1 1 


1979-80 






Maryland 






Won 


24 


Lost 


7 


1980-81 






Maryland 






Won 


21 


Lost 


10 


1981-82 






Maryland 






Won 


16 


Lost 


13 








TWENTY-SIX 


YEAR COACHING 


RECORD 







Basketball Staff 




JOHN KOCHAN 

Lehman College '72 

John Kochan begins his fourth season as coach Driesell's top assist- 
ant, coming to Maryland on a full-time basis in 1979. 

Kochan is a graduate of City University of New York (Lehman 
College), where he received his B.A. and the University of Maryland 
where he received his Masters, emphasizing Sports Psychology. 

He captained both the basketball and baseball teams at Lehman 
College and was the MVP in both sports. He served as a graduate 
assistant with Coach 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 
Davidson and remained there with Eddie Biedenbach. 

John is a native New Yorker. His wife, Jane, worked as an art 
teacher in the Prince Georges County School System while he was at 
Maryland graduate school. 

The Kochans are proud parents of one daughter, Carolyn, and a 
son, Brian. 



SHERMAN DILLARD 

James Madison '78 

Sherman Diliard returns for his fourth year on Coach Driesell's 
coaching staff. A graduate of James Madison University, Diliard was 
a recipient of one of fifteen NCAA post graduate scholarships and 
a Dean's list student. He graduated Magna Cum Laude, receiving 
his BS degree in Health and Physical Education. He also minored in 
Business Administration while at Madison. Diliard massed a 3.7 grade 
point average on a 4.0 scale. 

Among his many academic honors he was also named to the 
National Honorary Fraternity Omicron Delta Kappa, symbolic of 
leadership. 

An outstanding player for the Dukes of James Madison, Diliard 
tallied over 2,000 points in his four year career. He was chosen by 
the National Association of Basketball Coaches as an All-American 
while being named an Academic All-American three years in a row. 
Diliard was a sixth round draft choice of the Indiana Pacers in the 
1978 NBA Draft. 

A native of Basset, Virginia, Diliard graduated from John D. 
Basset High School. A bachelor, he resides in New Carrollton, 
Maryland. 





MEL CARTWRIGHT 

Western Illinois '49 

The newest addition to the Terp basketball staff, Mel Cartwright 
begins his second season. Mel comes from Martinsville, Virginia 
where he enjoyed an outstanding career as a high school coach for 
25 years. 

As head coach of Martinsville High School from 1957-64, Cart- 
wright teams compiled an impressive 143-22 record, winning three 
state and four regional titles. He resigned from the H.S. Coaching 
ranks to become principal of a local elementary school until 1977 
when he resumed coaching at Martinsville, this time as an assistant. 
In five years, Martinsville amassed 89 victories against 29 defeats, 
enroute to three district, three regional and two state titles. 

Cartwright is a 1949 graduate of Western Illinois University. He 
received his Master's degree from the University of North Carolina 
in Administration, Social Studies and Physical Education in 1952. 

He is the father of six children, three boys and three girls, ranging 
in age from 30 to 20. His sons Mel, Mark and Michael all played 
basketball for Martinsville High, with Mel going on to play at Wash- 
ington and Lee and Mark at Virginia Tech. 



Basketball Staff 




Dr. Stan Lavine has served as the Terrapin Team physician for all sports and has 
enabled many Maryland athletes to overcome injuries and not only perform at Mary- 
land but go on to the professional ranks and excel. 

As a quarterback on the 1949 Maryland team he established a Terrapin record. 
Against South Carolina Lavine passed 15 yards to El Bolton who ran 77 yards to score. 
The 92 yard touch-dov/n play remains the longest scoring pass and run in the Mary- 
land record book. 

Dr. Lavine is an orthopedic surgeon and has also served as the Team Physician 
for the Bullets and Washington Redskins. 
Dr. Stanford A. "Stan" Lavine 
Team Physician 

Tommy Lyies, a retired teacher and administrator in the Fairfax County School 
System, joined the University of Maryland Athletic Department Staff as an Assistant 
Trainer in 1980. 

A 57 year old native of Wilson, North Carolina, LyIes served as an Elementary 
School Principal for 17 years while working as the head athletic trainer for Lake 
Braddock and Woodson High Schools during the last ten of those years. 

LyIes received his B.S. degree in Physical Education from the University of Vir- 
ginia in 1952 and his Masters in Public School Administration in 1953. 

He and his wife Jean reside in Annandale, Virginia and have three sons: Brooks 
(25), Scott (23) and Chris (22). 




Tommy LyIes 
Team Trainer 




Ron Bradley 
Volunteer Coach 



Coach Bradley begins his sceond season with the University of Maryland 
Terrapins. He came to College Park from Eastern Nazarene College in 
Quincy, Massachusetts where he was head coach of the Crusaders for five 
years, posting a 96-51 overall record. Ron was also a four year letterman at 
Eastern Nazarene ( I 968- 1 972 ), amassing 2,649 points in 107 games. He was 
named to the N.A.I. A. and N.C.A.A. All-Amerlcan teams and In 1972 was 
drafted by the New York Nets. He received his B.A. In psychology and history 
from Eastern Nazarene and his M.S. in physical education at Bridgewater 
(MAI State College. Presently he Is working on his doctoral degree in sport 
psychology. Ron is married to the former Denise Smith of Salisbury, Maryland. 
They have a four-year old son. Brad. 



Reverend Charles Chilton, Director of Missions for Baptists in Prince George's 
County, acts as the team chaplln for tha men's basketball squad. 

A 1957 graduate of the University of Richmond, he received his Masters Degree 
from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary In Louisville, Kentucky. Reverend 
Chilton has lived in the Washington area for the past five years. Prior to that 
he served seven years in the Phllllplnes as a Missionary Church Planter and lived 
and worked in Virginia for ten years. 

This past September the basketball team accompanied him on a two day 
retreat, "to help the young men clarify their spiritual and moral values." Throughout 
the year Reverend Chilton will be available to the team as a spiritual advisor. He 
also conducts Bible Study classes for those team members Interested. 

Managers Equipment 

Manager 




Reverend Charles Chilton 
Team Chaplain 






Neal Eskin 



Tony Cole 



Danny Kehoe 



Basketball Secretaries: 

Sheila Morgan (L) and Sue Rambo (R) 



Academic Advisement 



H 





vu 



Jim Dietseh 



Jim Wright 



Intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the 
total educational experience available to student- 
athletes here at the University of Maryland, but as 
the term student-athlete inriplies, their priorities lie 
first with the academics. 

In the Spring of 1981, Jim Dietseh was named 
Academic Advisor for the athletic department and 
no one understands and appreciates that term more 
than he. Responsible for all academic matters con- 
cerning the men and women athletes participating in 
the 22 intercollegiate sports program, his specific 
duties include: planning, organizing and directing 
tutorial services; administering and organizing fresh- 
man orientation; and monitoring the academic per- 
formance of student-athletes throughout the semester. 

With the academic advisor being so vital to the 
Maryland Athletic program, this past July the Uni- 
versity hired Jim Wright to assist Dietseh In his duty 
toward the academic guidance of student-athletes. 
For the incoming freshman athlete, the academic 
advising process begins long before the start of 
classes. Dietseh explains that, "we evaluate each 
individual and assist them in their transition from 
high school to college." The process includes such 
facets as: class selection; explanation of academic 
rules; and proper instruction In the development of 
study skills and time management techniques. It Is 
an attempt to avoid problems before they occur. 

Records are kept on each athlete, charting his or 
her progress as well as grades. Assistance in the 
form of tutors and organized study sessions are taken 
full advantage of by the athletes. For first-year 
athletes there is a mandatory study period to be 
attended nightly. 

Having been a former Terrapin head coach in 
soccer and an assistant lacrosse coach has enabled 
Dietseh to provide a mutual understanding between 
himself and the players. "I spend a great deal of 
time just talking with the kids, they understand me 
and I understand them. My door is always open," 
says Dietseh. 

The advantage of a large university Is that It 
affords the student with potentially unlimited oppor- 



tunities, but with the athletes enormous commitment 
of time toward the honing of their skills, it is often 
difficult for them to utilize those resources available. 
Therefore the academic advising program is making 
an effort to keep the athlete involved in "the main- 
stream" of the university and get as many people 
involved in their education process as is possible. 

Jim Dietseh and Jim Wright both come to their 
present positions with outstanding credentials. 

Certainly no stranger to Maryland, Dietseh played 
on the Terps 1966 National Championship lacrosse 
team, before graduating in 1969 with a Bachelor's 
degree in Industrial Education. He later went on to 
obtain a Masters of Education degree from the 
University. 

Jim Wright also received a Masters of Education 
from Maryland, but his undergraduate studies earned 
him a B.A. in Mathematics at Gettysburg College 
in Pennsylvania. 

Over the years in which Dietseh has been involved 
in intercollegiate athletics he has witnessed an over- 
all change in the players attitudes toward academies. 
"They just don't want to play four years of ball, they 
want to graduate and it's my job to see that every- 
one of them does just that," says Dietseh. 

Since Jim Dietseh began his crusade three years 
ago, the academic advisory program has made tre- 
mendous progress toward that ever important objec- 
tive. This past spring semester's academic results 
were the best ever. They Indicated that the gradua- 
tion rate for Terrapin athletes was higher than the 
average for the entire University student-body. 

As is the case in the athletic arenas of competi- 
tion, success also breeds success in the classrooms 
of the University of Maryland. 




Cole Field House 



Home of the Maryland Terrapins 
Host of National and International Sporting Competition 



Location, facilities, and a large sports oriented 
population makes Cole Field House and the Univer- 
sity of Maryland a prime site for national and inter- 
national sporting competition. Each year the fans 
of the Washington-Baltimore area are treated to 
sporting events ranging from the CYO-M Club 
Track Meet featuring many world class stars, to 
gymnastics, from basketball and to ping pong. 

In addition to being the home of Maryland 
Terrapin Basketball, Cole Field House has been the 
site of many other basketball games featuring teams 
from around the United States and from around the 
world. Twice, Cole Field House has been the site of 
the NCAA Basketball Finals. In 1966, Texas Western 
upset heavily favored Kentucky 72-65 In one of the 
most exciting games ever played in the NCAA finals. 
Four years later, in 1970, Cole Field House was 
again the site of the championship game. UCLA, try- 
ing to win its sixth national title in seven years, and 
its fourth in a row, defeated Jacksonville, 80-69. 

The 1977 Eastern Regionals marked the sixth time 
that that event had been hosted by he University of 
Maryland. The field Included Kentucky, North Caro- 
lina, Notre Dame and Virginia Military (VMI). Prior 
to that year, in an earlier Regional Contest held in 
Cole, North Carolina, using a 20-foot jump shot by 
Charlie Scott with two seconds on the clock de- 
feated Davidson College, 87-85. Other victorious 
teams were Wake Forest in 1962 when the Deacons 
topped Villanova 76-69, Duke the following year, led 
by Tournament MVP Jeff Mullen, defeated St. Joseph's 
73-59, Princeton in 1965 topped Providence 109-69 



behind a 41 point effort by Bill Bradley, and in 1967 
North Carolina defeated Boston College 96-80. 

International basketball squads also have visited 
Cole Field House. Teams from the Soviet Union, Ice- 
land, Israel, Chile, Italy, Yugoslavia and Poland have 
all played here. Women's basketball has also seen 
international competition in Cole. In 1976 teams rep- 
resenting Taiwan and the People's Republic of China 
played on the Maryland campus. Other Competition 
Held in Cole: 

Gymnastics — Olga Korbut, Nellie Kim, Ludmilla 
Tourlscheva and other members of the Soviet Na- 
tional Team have performed in Cole before packed 
houses. 

Wrestling^Maryland has three times been the host 
for the NCAA Wrestling Championships, in I960, 
1972 and 1978. 

Track — For many years Cole was the site of the 
CYO-M Club Invitational, one of the top indoor 
meets of the season featuring national and inter- 
national stars. 

Ping Pong — In April of 1972 the floor of Cole Field 
House was used for a ping pong match between a 
team from the United States and a team from the 
Peoples Republic of China. The match was the 
first sporting event held in the United States 
between the two nations. 

Volleyball — In September of 1975 the National 
Volleyball team from the Soviet Union visited Cole 
Field House and met the United States National 
Team. 




10 



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The 
Players 



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Exhibited tremendous poise as a -freshnrian playing in 
all 29 Terp contests and getting the starting nod in 
17 ... his 205 points was fourth best on the team 
and third best among the returners . . . got off to 
a quick start scoring in double figures in four of 
the first five ball games ... in those four games, 
averaging 27'/2 minutes, he totaled 52 points, hitting 
19-36 field goals (.528) and 14 of 22 free throws 
. . . career high of 16 points came at William & 
Mary in the Terps 50-43 win . . . there he hit 8 of 
13 field goals ... six rebounds vs Long Island Uni- 
versity stands as his career high . . . played pre- 
dominantly the swing guard position, but occassional- 
ly was moved out front to the point ... his accurate 
shooting touch makes him a constant threat from 
the wing ... a scrappy ball player with tremendous 
desire and hustle characteristics indicative of his 
52 assists and 29 steals, both second best on the 
squad . . . handles the ball well . . . last year's 
turnover total of 38 averaged out to be one T.O. 
per 20.2 minutes of playing time . . . rated fifth 
best on the team in efficiency with l30'/2 points 
. . . dished out 5 assists on two occasions last 
season . . . eight times scored in double figures 
. . . recipient of two awards at the annual basket- 
ball banquet: the outstanding defensive player award 
and the outstanding academic award . . . HIGH 
SCHOOL: tallied over 1,000 points at Martinsville, 
averaging 17.7 points as a senior and 5.3 assists . . . 
named to the All-American teams of Parade, Mc- 
Donald's and Adidas . . . the recipient of Hertz 
Number One Award given to the outstanding High 
School Athlete in each state, presented him by 
O. J. Simpson in New York City . . . the youngest 
of three children he has one brother and one sister. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Robert Hall 

DATE OF BIRTH: May 20, 1963 In Martinsville. Va. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


29 


17 


80 


198 


.404 


45 


64 


.703 


66 


52 67-1 


205 


7.1 



12 



Sophomore 

6-5 Guard 

Martinsville, Va. 



10 




Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adkins 



13 



Charles 
Driesell 





"Chuck" is one of three returning sophonnores . . . 
saw limited action his freshman year playing in 12 
contests and averaging three minutes . . . had a 
career high 8 points in just nine minutes vs Hofstra, 
shooting 75% from the field (3-4) and 100% from 
the charity stripe (2-2) ... a spirited team player 
who showed tremendous improvement over the course 
of the year . . . worked on his quickness and overall 
speed during the off season . . . possesses good 
shooting skills and is fundamentally sound all around 
... a heady floor leader who knows the game and 
can direct a team ... a favorite of the Maryland 
fans . . . HIGH SCHOOL: Came from nearby 
Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, where he 
led the team In scoring his senior year, tallying 458 
points for a 17.6 scoring average . . . Blue Devil team 
captured the Montgomery County AA Championship 
with a 20-6 record ... an all-county selection scoring 
In double figures in 24 of 26 contests . . . high game 
of 29 points vs Northwood on I 1-19 field goal shoot- 
ing and 7-10 free throw shooting . . . only son of 
Coach and Joyce Driesell. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: John Barrett 

DATE OF BIRTH: November 3, 1962 in Charlotte. 
North Carolina. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pcf 


Reb Asst Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


12 




4 


12 


.333 


6 


1 1 


.546 


3 7 


14 


1.2 



14 



Sophomore 

6-2 Guard 

Silver Spring, Md. 



11 







Mr. and Mrs. Charles Driesell 



15 




An exceptionally quick player who has the ability 
to either drive past an opponent or pull up and hit 
the jump shot . . . given this, is expected to split 
playing time between lead and shooting guard posi- 
tions . . . started first and only time as a Terrapin 
in the U.M.E.S. contest during the 1981-82 campaign 
. . . played in 24 games as a freshman and in all 
but two of 29 last season . . . career total of 53 
games played in is high among current players . . . 
the only upperclassman amongst the guards, will be 
expected to lend experience to a youthful backcourt 
. . . has good speed up and down the court — such 
speed and the addition of the 30 second clock will 
find him returning the Terps to a running transitional 
game . . . scored in double figures three times as a 
sophomore — all coming against schools from his 
native state of New York ... hit for a career high 
12 points in Canisius and L.i.U. games . . . shot 4 
of 5 from the floor and made 4 of 6 foul shots versus 
Canisius . . . connected on five field goals and two 
free throws against Long Island . . . also netted I I 
in Hofstra contest . . . coming off fine season in the 
Washington Urban Coalition League this past sum- 
mer . . . came to Maryland from Lutheran High on 
Long Island where he was selected to the all-State 
and all-Long Island teams . . . enjoys time off the 
basketball court playing tennis and listening to music 
. . . the eldest of two boys. 



HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Bobby McKillop 

DATE OF BIRTH: February 21, 1962 in Atlanta. 
Georgia. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst 


Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


24 


— 


2! 


52 


.404 


II 


12 


.917 


10 


19 


20-0 


53 


2.2 


SOPHOMORE 
TOTALS 


27 


1 


30 


63 


.474 


16 


28 


.571 


10 


12 


25-0 


76 


2.8 


51 


1 


51 


115 


.443 


27 


40 


.675 


20 


31 


45-0 


129 


2.5 



16 



Junior 

6-3 Guard 

Uniondale^ New York 



14 




Mr. and Mrs Willie Rivers 



.,ilS^ 



17 




Qule+ed the critics last year by showing some much 
improved aggression inside . . . possesses a nice 
shooting touch for a big man, capable of hitting 
away from the basket as well as from inside the 
key . . . actually a fourth year junior having sat out 
the 1980-81 year due to a broken left hand suffered 
in the Red-White pre-season scrimmage . . . saw 
action in 23 contests last year, starting 13 . . . 
increased his playing time toward the end of the 
year, subbing for the injured Charles Pittman . . . 
of the first 21 games, he saw action in 15 and 
totaled I 14 minutes ... in the final eight contests 
he logged 226 minutes, doubling his playing time 
. . . his first 20+ minute game came against North 
Carolina in Chapel Hill — playing 26 minutes he 
shot 3 of 6 from the field and pulled down a career 
high 6 rebounds before fouling out ... In the regular 
season final game vs Virginia, only his fifth game re- 
placing Pittman, he turned in an outstanding defensive 
performance helping to hold Ralph Sampson to 1-5 
shooting (8 points) and five rebounds in 43 minutes, 
as the Terps upset the then No. I ranked Cavaliers 
47-46 In overtime ... as his playing time increased 
his statistics started to improve as well — seeing 
limited action in his first I I contests he shot a bleak 
4-15 (.267) but closed out the last nine regular 
season games hitting I 9 of 29 field goals for a .655 
mark . . . career high nine points came against 
Georgia Tech on a perfect shooting night, hitting 4 
of 4 field goals and sinking his only free throw at- 
tempt In 16 minutes ... a good free throw shooter 
connecting on 25-3 1 (.807) . . . proved to be a top 
sub in the frontcourt and will again lend depth at 
the forward slot . . . HIGH SCHOOL: from Somer- 
set High School where he was a three year starter 
and captain his senior year . . . played on two 
District Championship teams and a Regional Champ- 
Ion while leading Somerset to a three year record 
of 58-26 . . . also played two years as a first base- 
man on the Somerset baseball squad . . . enjoys 
Country Music. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Chuck Eckler 

DATE OF BIRTH: December 26, I 960 in Shreaveport. 
Louisiana. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


15 


— 


14 


27 


.518 


7 


13 


.538 


20 


1 13 


35 


2.3 


SOPHOMORE 
TOTALS 


23 


13 


26 


56 


.464 


25 


31 


.807 


50 


9 57-4 


77 


3.3 


38 


13 


40 


83 


.482 


32 


44 


.727 


70 


10 70-4 


112 


2.9 



18 



Junior 

6-9 Forward 

Somerset, Kentucky 



22 




Mrs. Judy Fothergill 



19 



Adrian 
Branch 





Prolific scorer returning for his sophomore season 
as the Terps leading point getter in 1981-82 . . . 
broke the single season freshman scoring mark with 
442 points (old record held by John Lucas — 424) 
. . . 15.2 points per game average was 5th best 
in the Atlantic Coast Conference and is second best 
among those players returning . . . only Ralph 
Sampson's 15.8 average is better . . . ranked 6th 
in free throw accuracy in the conference hitting I 14 
of 149 for a .765 mark . . . the only player to start 
all 29 contests . . . averaged a team high 33.7 
minutes . . . scored in double figures 24 times, 
scoring 15 points or better on 19 occasions . . . 
was the team's high scorer 17 times . . . most out- 
standing performance came against the top ranked 
Cavaliers in the Terps final regular season contest 
. . . connected on 1 2 of 17 field goals and 5 of 6 
free throws to score 62 7o of the Maryland points 
— 29 of 47 . . . his last second 15 foot jumper in 
overtime clinched the win that was called the 'upset 
of the year', a 47-46 victory ... his 8 rebounds 
against the Irish of Notre Dame ranks as his career 
best in that category . . . finished third on the 
team, behind front court mates Pittman and Veal, 
in efficiency rating, tallying 275'/2 points ... a 
player who is capable of producing in virtually every 
phase of the game . . . finesse type forward who 
controls the ball well enough to play further away 
from the bucket if need be . . . uncanny knack for 
getting the toughest of shots off . . . recipient of 
the Owen Brown Most Valuable Player Award at 
last year's basketball banquet . . . HIGH SCHOOL: 
another ail-American from DeMatha High School . . . 
I 6.6 scoring average and 8.2 rebounding average as a 
senior . . . named to the all-American teams of Adidas, 
Parade, McDonalds and Converse . . . also selected 
to play in tournaments that have taken him across 
the country and to Europe ... in Mannheim, West 
Germany, in the Albert Schweitzer International 
Youth Tournament, he led the tournament in scoring 
including a 31 point performance against the Russians 
in the championship game . . . one of four boys 
. . . older brothers Tom and Phil played basketball 
at DeMatha as well. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Morgan Wootten 
DATE OF BIRTH: November 17, 1963 in Wash- 
ington, D.C. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst 


Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


29 


29 


164 


346 


.474 


114 


149 


.765 


125 


41 


79-4 


442 


15.2 



20 



Sophomore 

6-8 Forward 

Largo, Maryland 



24 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles Branch 



21 




One of the purest shooters in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference . . . showed great improvement last 
season following a personally disappointing freshman 
year . . . offensive side of game should really 
prosper with conference implementation of three 
point field goal . . . can always be found on the 
court in last seconds of a game when final shot 
could win it . . . fifth leading scorer on team as a 
reserve during '81-82 season . . . fourth on team 
in both field goal and free throw percentages . . . 
scoring mostly came from 15 feet and out . . . will 
probably swing between small forward and shooting 
guard, having the talent to handle himself well at 
either spot . . . played in all 29 games as a sopho- 
more . . . averaged 5.3 points in 12.2 minutes per 
contest . . . scored career high 18 points versus 
Clemson in 75-66 loss in tough Littlejohn Coliseum 
. . . connected on 9 of 17 shots in 27 minutes of 
play . . . had 16 points in Hofstra game — hit on 
5 of 9 from the floor and shot a perfect 6 for 6 
at the foul line . . . pulled down a season high five 
rebounds while scoring 13 against Canisius . . . 
canned five field goals for 10 points in 13 minutes 
against Richmond in opening round victory of N.I.T. 
. . . committed only 17 turnovers all season . . . 
HIGH SCHOOL: became a Terp after receiving all- 
American honors at W. T. Woodson High School in 
Fairfax, Virginia . . . captained the basketball team 
to the district title while playing both guard and for- 
ward . . . has one older brother and a younger sister 
. . . father Jim Holbert is an airplane pilot for United 
Airlines. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Red Jenkins 

BIRTH DATE: September 12, 1962 in Jacksonville, 
Florida. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst 


Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


12 


— 


6 


25 


.240 


10 


15 


.667 


15 


1 


9-0 


22 


1.8 


SOPHOMORE 
TOTALS 


29 


— 


63 


132 


.477 


28 


36 


.778 


37 


13 


28-0 


154 


5.3 


41 


— 


69 


157 


.439 


38 


51 


.745 


52 


14 


37-0 


176 


4.3 



22 



Junior 

6-6 Forward/Guard 

Annandale, Virginia 



33 




Mr. and Mrs. James Holbeit 



23 




An unselfish competitor who improved every phase 
of his game between his freshman and sophomore 
seasons ... a regular this past year seeing action 
in all 29 contests, starting 17 and accumulating 937 
minutes (second only to Branch) ... in spot duty 
as a freshman he shot only 17 times compared to 
this past year's 182 field goal attempts . . . third 
leading scorer on the '81-82 squad with 271 points 
for a 9.3 average . . . teams leading rebounder pull- 
ing down 213; 71 offensive and 142 defensive re- 
bounds ... his .780 free throw mark (99-127) was 
tops among the regulars who attempted more than 
1 00 . . . reached double figures on 13 occasions 
and lead the team in scoring six times . . . top 
rebounder in I 6 of 29 games . . . had a tremendous 
start last season scoring in double figures the first 
five contests . . . shot 18 for 34 (.529) from the 
field, 36 of 44 (.818) from the charity stripe, pulled 
in 57 rebounds ( I 1.4) and collected 72 points ( 14.4) 
in the opening five games . . . career high point 
total of 20 came against Ohio University last year 
when he hit six of nine field goals and sank all eiight 
free throws — also had I I rebounds that game . . . 
grabbed a career high 15 rebounds on two separate 
nights, once against Long Island University and the 
other vs Maryland-Eastern Shore . . . ranks highest 
among the returners in efficiency rating with a 296 
mark ... a very spirited team player who expects 
a lot of himself as well as his teammates . . . rugged 
inside, able to rebound with the best of them . . . 
received two awards at last year's basketball ban- 
quet: the Chris Patton Rebounding Award and the 
Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution 
Award . . . actually a four year player, having sat 
out the 1979-80 campaign with a broken foot . . . 
HIGH SCHOOL: captained Robert M. Callaway 
High to a sub-district title and named the team's 
Most Valuable Player . . . majoring in criminology 
. . . has two brothers and seven sisters. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Bobby Ray 

DATE OF BIRTH: March 16, 1961. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb 


Asst 


Pf-Dsq 


Pts 


Avg 


FRESHMAN 


15 


— 


6 


17 


.353 


13 


22 


.619 


31 


4 


16 


25 


1.6 


SOPHOMORE 
TOTALS 


29 


17 


86 


182 


.473 


99 


127 


.780 


213 


10 


84-1 


271 


9.3 


44 


17 


92 


199 


.462 


112 


149 


.752 


244 


14 


lOO-l 


296 


6.7 



24 



Junior 

6-6 Forward 

Jackson, Mississippi 



42 




Mrs. Louise Veal 



25 



Jeff 
Baxter 



Freshman 

6-1 Guard 

Washington, D. C. 



12 





Mrs. Daisy A. Baxter 

Local boy, starring for D.C.'s John Carroll High 
School ... a true point guard in every sense, build- 
ing a stellar reputation as a passer by handing out 
an average 6.2 assists per game in high school ,. . . 
directed John Carroll to a three year 62-29 record 
. . . boasts excellent outside shooting touch averag- 
ing 19 points his senior year while hitting 56% of 
his field goals ... an all-Met selection . . . good 
free throw shooter connecting on 79% ... partici- 
pated in two post season all-star games: the Capital 
Classic (Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland) and the 
Derby Classic (Louisville, Kentucky) . . . all-tourna- 
ment selection at the Capital City Classic in Rich- 
mond, Virginia, the Seagull Classic in Atlantic City, 
N.J. and the MVP of the Curley Classic in Baltimore, 
Maryland . . . effective penetrator to basket . . . 
should provide depth in backcourt and may well be 
vying for a starting slot as the season progresses 
. . . one of six children, three brothers and two 
sisters . . . hobbies other than sports include music 
and camping. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Jack Bruen 
DATE OF BIRTH: September 9, 1 964 in Washington. 
D.C. 



Coach Jack Bruen 

John Carroll High School 



26 




Ed 
Farmer 



Freshman 

6-8 Forward 

Wilson, North Carolina 



20 





Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Farmer 

Aggressive forward hailing from Wilson, N.C. and 
Beddingfield High School . . . spent last year at 
the Glenn Mills Academy in Philadelphia where he 
averaged 20.5 points per contest and a team high 
10.4 rebounds enroute to the Co-MVP award . . . 
should prove a factor on the boards as well as in 
the scoring column to help Terps game plan . . . 
boasts impressive agility and good shooting touch 
for his size . . . should contend for plenty of playing 
time . . . enjoyed a tremendous summer in the Urban 
Coalition basketball league averaging better than 
30 points for the Diplomat Travel team ... hit a 
season high 45 points in their last regular league 
game . . . enjoys soft music, playing cards and riding 
bikes when not on the basketball court . . . the 
youngest of 10 children, Ed has six brothers and 
three sisters. 



PREP COACH: 

DATE OF BIRTH 
N.C. 



Rip Shivone 

November 2, 1962 in Wilson, 



Coach Rip Shivone 
Glen Mills Academy 




"^^ili' 



27 



Bryan 



Freshman 
6-10 Forward 
PolnriGr Clen Roc^ Pennsylvania 



31 





Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Palmer 

Lanky freshman who will lend depth to the front 
court . . . comes to College Park from Susque- 
hannock High School, where he played the center 
spot for the Warriors . . . averaged 20.6 points' in 
high school, hitting 68% of his field goals . . . 
collected MVP honors at Susquehannock Christmas 
Tournament . . . Voted Player of the Year by the 
Daily Record newspaper ... an accurate free throw 
shooter as well, canning 70.6% of his foul shots 
. . . tallied a season high point total of 40 points 
in one contest . . . cites his most memorable moment 
in sports as winning the District III High School 
Championship his senior year — the first champion- 
ship for Susquehannock ... a member of the Pennsyl- 
vania All-Star team that played in the Dapper Dan 
Classic . . . also a member of the United States team 
that played and defeated Israel in the U.S.A. vs. 
Israel Classic ... a member of the National Honor 
Society, graduating 4th in his class . . . Varsity Club 
Vice President and Senior class Treasurer . . . en- 
rolled in college of Engineering . . . lists model 
rocketry as a hobby enjoyed outside of sports. 
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Terry Rynearson 
DATE OF BIRTH: September 13. 1964 in York, 
Pennsylvania. . 



Coach Terry Rynearson 
Susquehannock High School 




28 



Len 
Bias 



Freshman 

6-8 Forward 

Landover, Maryland 



34 






Mr. and Mrs. James Bias 

Another local product hailing from nearby (2 nniles) 
Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, MD . . . 
will lend additional height, along with fellow fresh- 
man Ed Farmer, to the forward slots . . . averaged 
19.6 points per contest for the Wildcats, directing 
them to a 20-5 record his senior year and runner-up 
in the State Tournament . . . shot 56% from the 
floor and 76% from the charity stripe . . . possesses 
a quick shot release as well as a smooth touch . . . 
described by an opposing ACC Coach as having 
"out of the gym jumping ability" . . . pulled in an 
average 12.5 rebounds for Northwestern . . . credited 
with 3.1 assists per game . . . post season honors 
included participation in the McDonalds Capital 
Classic (Capital Centre, Landover, MD) and the 
Derby Classic (Louisville, KY) . . . was named co- 
MVP of the Capital Classic . . . oldest child of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Bias — two brothers and one sister. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Bob Wagner 

DATE OF BIRTH: November 18, 1963 in Wash- 
ington, D.C. 



Coach Bob Wagner 
Northwestern High School 




M* MM 



29 



Greg 
Stevens 



Freshman 

7-21/2 Center 

Stow, Ohio 



52 








Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stevens 

Final addition fo the 1982-83 roster . . . tallest 
player ever to be signed by Coach Driesell ... his 
7-2'/:, 260 lb. frame gives him the potential of 
becoming a dominant factor on the court — a hard 
worker looking forward to that challenge . . . will 
add support to the pivot position . . . eager to 
work and make a contribution to the team . . . played 
for Coach Hal Adkins at Stow High School . . . 
scored 5.3 points per contest and averaged 6.1 re- 
bounds a game . . . totalled 51 blocked shots — a 
team high . . . oldest of three children, one brother 
and one sister. 

HIGH SCHOOL COACH: Hal Adkins 
DATE OF BIRTH: February 8, 1964 in Stow, Ohio. 



Coach Hal Adkins 
Stow High School 




30 



Ben 
Coleman 



Junior 

6-9 Center/Forward 

Minneapolis^ Minnesota 



54 





Mrs. Louise Coleman 

Transfer from the Universify of Minnesota with two 
years eligibility remaining . . . sat out last season 
. . . although similar in physical stature to the famous 
bear, this 'Ben' is anything but 'Gentle' ... his 
aggressive style of play and muscle should help 
the Terp rebounding game . . . reminds fans of the 
former Maryland great Buck Williams, standing the 
same height and weighing in at 220 . . . averaged 
13 minutes per contest in 23 games played in at 
Minnesota . . . scored 8.4 points per outing and 
averaged 5.1 rebounds . . . had a season high 
scoring mark of 27 points . . . attended North Com- 
munity High School in Minneapolis . . . received 
MVP honors his senior year . . . was all-state and 
all-city . . . led team to city championship in both 
78 and 79 . . . has three brothers and one sister . . . 
enjoys swimming, playing pool and football when 
not on the courts. 

DATE OF BIRTH: November 14, 1961 In Minne- 
apolis, Minnesota. 



31 



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Terrapin Personnel Breakdown 



Lettermen Lost 



No 


Name 




Pos 




Class 


Hgf. 


Wgt. 81 


-82 PPG 


81-82 RPG 




54 


Taylor Baldwin 




C 




Sr. 


6-11 


220 


1.9 




2.0 




15 


Reggie Jackson 




G 




Sr. 


6-4 


200 


2.8 




1.4 




21 


Dutch Morley 




G 




Sr. 


6-2 


170 


4.5 




1.6 




32 


Charles Pi+tman 




C 




Sr. 


6-8 


215 


12.0 




7.3 














Lettermen Returning 










No 


Name 




Pos 




Class 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 81 


■82 PPG 


81- 


■82 RPG 




10 


Jeff Adkins 




G 




So. 


6-5 


185 


7.1 




2.3 




24 


Adrian Branch 




F 




So. 


6-8 


185 


15.2 




4.3 




1 1 


Chuck Driesell 




G 




So. 


6-2 


170 


1.2 








22 


Mark Fotherglll 




F 




Jr. 


6-9 


220 


3.3 








33 


Pete Holbert 




F/G 




Jr. 


6-6 


190 


5.3 




1.3 




14 


Steve Rivers 




G 




Jr. 


6-3 


175 


2.8 








42 


Hernnan Veal 




F 




Jr. 


6-6 


220 


9.3 




7.3 
















Newcomers 










No 


Name 


Pos Clas! 


i Hgl 


Wgt. 


Hometown /High SchooK College) 




12 


Jeff Baxter 


G 






6-1 


165 


Washington, D.C./J 


ohn < 


Darroll H.S. 


34 


Len Bias 


F 






6-E 


195 


Landover, 


MD/Northwestern 




54 


Ben Coleman < 


3/F 




6-9 


220 


Minneapol 


Is, MN/transfer 


from MI 


nnesott 


20 


Ed Farnner 


F 






6-£ 


I 210 


Wilson, N.C./Glenn 


Mills 


Academ 


y 


31 


Bryan Palmer 


F 






6-1 


205 


Glen Rock 


, PA/Susquehannock 




52 


Greg Stevens 


C 






7-21/2 260 


Stow, OH/Stow 


















Numerical 


Roster 










No. 


Name 


Class 




Pos 


Hgt. 


No Name 


Class 


Pos 


Hgt. 


10 


Jeff Adkins 




So. 




G 


6-5 


31 Bryan 


Palmer 


Fr. 


F 


6-10 


II 


Chuck Driesell 




So. 




G 


6-2 


33 Pete Holbert 


Jr. 


F/G 


6-6 


12 


Jeff Baxter 




Fr. 




G 


6-1 


34 Len Bias 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 


14 


Steve Rivers 




Jr. 




G 


6-3 


42 Herman Veal 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


20 


Ed Farmer 




Fr. 




F 


6-8 


52 Greg 


Stevens 


Jr. 


C/F 


6-9 


22 


Mark Fotherglll 




Jr. 




F 


6-9 


54 Ben C 


oleman 


Fr. 


C 


7-2 '/2 


24 


Adrian Branch 




So. 




F 


6-8 













SQUAD BREAKDOWN 
BY CLASS: 



4th Year (0); 3rd Year (5) Coleman, Fotherglll, Holbert, 
Rivers, Veal; 2nd Year (3) Adkins, Branch, Driesell; 1st Year 
(5) Baxter, Bias, Farmer, Palmer, Stevens. 



SQUAD BREAKDOWN 

BY STATE: 
(9 States and Washington, 

D.C.) 



MARYLAND (3): Bias, Branch, Driesell; VIRGINIA (2): 
Adkins, Holbert; WASHINGTON, D.C. (I): Baxter; KEN- 
TUCKY (I): Fotherglll; MINNESOTA (I); Coleman; MIS- 
SISSIPPI (I): Veal; OHIO (I): Stevens; PENNSYLVANIA 
( I ): Palmer; NORTH CAROLINA (I): Farmer; NEW YORK 
( I ): Rivers. 



34 



fviaryiar 


MD 


OPP SITE 


l-OA 

ATT 


Opponent 


II 

MD 


l^tfSUIl 

OPP SITE 


ts 


Opponent 


ATT 


Saint Peters 


49 


42 


Home 


9.950 


Notre Dame 


51 


55 


Away 


1 1,345 


Lafayette 


82 


58 


Home 


7,750 


Wiliam & Mary 


50 


43 


Away 


6,600 


Long Island 


87 


79 


Home 


7.650 


Georgia Tech 


63 


64 


Away 


4.123 


George Mason 


74 


62 


Home 


9,925 


Wake Forest 


61 


56 


Home 


10.050 


MD - Eastern Shore 


76 


64 


Home 


7.325 


Duke 


77 


60 


Home 


13.100 


Towson State 


76 


59 


Home 


9.875 


Hofstra 


94 


59 


Home 


6,800 


N.C. State 


53 


74 


Away 


10.700 


North Carolina 


56 


59 


Away 


10,000 


Ohio University 


90 


64 


Home 


6,350 


Clemson 


66 


75 


Away 


8,500 


Georgia Tech 


43 


45 


Home 


8,450 


Wake Forest 


42 


48 


Away 


14.151 


U.C.L.A. 


57 


90 


Away 


12,314 


N.C. State 


38 


52 


Home 


13,200 


North Carolina 


50 


66 


Home 


14,500 


Virginia (OT) 


47 


46 


Home 


14,500 


Duke 


40 


36 


Away 


8,300 


N.C. State* 


28 


40 


Neu. 


16,034 


Virginia 


40 


45 


Away 


10,500 


Richmond! 


66 


50 


Away 


9,373 


Clemson 


62 


57 


Home 


10,550 


Georgiat 


69 


83 


Away 


7,049 


Canisius 


91 


73 


Home 


7,300 


* ACC Tournameni 


• in 


Greensboro 














t NIT Tournament 











Overall Record: 16-13 ACC Record: 5-9 (Fifth Place) Home Record: 13-3 

Road Record: 3-9 Neutral Record: 0-1 Total Attendance: 286.264 Home Att.: I 57,275 



Season Highs For Terrapins 



Points: 

Most Field Goals: 

Most Field Goals Attempted: 

Most Free Throws: 



Most Free Throws Attempted: 

Most Rebounds: 

Most Assists: 

Most Steals: 

Best Field Goal Percentage: 

Best Free Throw Percentage: 



Best Field Goal Percentage 
In One Half: 



Indi 


ividuol 


Team 




29 


by Adrain Branch vs Virginia 


94 


vs 


Hofstra 


12 


by Adrain Branch vs Virginia 


36 


vs 


Hofstra 


25 


by Adrain Branch vs Georgia 


72 


vs 


Georgia 


9 


by Herman Veal vs UMES & St. 
Peters 


34 


vs 


Lafayette 


9 


by Charles Pittman vs UCLA & 
Canisus 








1 1 


by Herman Veal vs UMES, UCLA 
& Long Island 


45 


vs 


Lafayette 


1 1 


by Charles Pittman vs UCLA & 
UMES 








16 


by Charles Pittman vs UMES 


51 


vs 


Hofstra 


15 


by Herman Veal vs UMES & LIU 








12 


by Dutch Morley vs Clemson 
(tied Maryland Record) 


18 


vs 


Clemson 


4 


by Dutch Morley vs Towson 


12 


vs 


Lafayette 



7/7 by Charles PIttman vs Lafayette 



8/8 by Herman Veal vs Ohio Univ. 
7/7 by Dutch Morley vs Wake Forest 
7/7 by Adrain Branch vs Wake Forest 

.714 vs UNC (15/21 in 2nd half in 

Chapel Hill) 
.704 vs Canisius ( 19/27 in 2nd 

half) 
.700 vs William & Mary (14/20 in 

1st half in Williamsburg) 
.700 vs Virginia (7/10 in 2nd half 

in Charlottesville) 
.688 vs Virginia (I 1/16 in 1st half) 



14/23 vs Virginia (.609) 

20/33 vs William & Mary (.606) 

18/30 vs Wake Forest (.600) 

12/13 vs Wake Forest (.923) 

20/22 vs Duke (.909) 

lO/l I vs William & Mary (.909) 



35 



Final 1981-82 29 Game Individual Statistics 





GP 

29 


GS 

29 


MIN. 
PLAYD. 

976 


FGM 

164 


FGA 

346 


PCX 

.474 


FIM 

114 


FTA 

149 


.PCX 

.765 


REBS(AVG) PF DS( 


3 ASST 

41 


TO 

86 


BLK 

11 


STLS 

15 


PTS. 

442 


AVERAGE 


Adrian BRANCH 


125 


(4.3) 


79-4 


15.2 


Charles PITTMAN 


24 


23 


828 


102 


167 


.611 


83 


117 


.709 


174 


(7.25) 


67-1 


13 


52 


31 


12 


287 


12.0 


Herman VEAL 


29 


17 


937 


86 


182 


.473 


99 


127 


.780 


213 


(7.34) 


84 1 


10 


60 


6 


13 


271 


9.3 


Jeft ADKINS 


29 


17 


767 


80 


198 


.404 


45 


64 


.703 


66 




67-1 


52 


38 


9 


29 


205 


7.1 


Pete HOLBERT 


29 




355 


63 


132 


.477 


28 


36 


.778 


37 




28 


13 


17 


1 


3 


154 


53 


Dutch MORLEY 


29 


25 


786 


48 


87 


.552 


35 


36 


.972 


47 




47-1 


124 


49 


2 


33 


131 


4.5 


Mark FOTHERGILL 


23 


13 


340 


26 


56 


.464 


25 


31 


.807 


50 




57-4 


9 


26 


5 


3 


77 


3.3 


Steve RIVERS 


27 


1 


229 


30 


63 


.474 


16 


28 


.571 


10 




25 


12 


15 


2 


2 


76 


2.8 


Reggie JACKSON 


26 


14 


385 


29 


85 


.341 


13 


17 


.765 


37 




34 


28 


31 


1 


12 


71 


2.8 


Taylor BALDWIN 


26 


6 


209 


19 


31 


.613 


12 


18 


.667 


53 




35-1 


5 


10 


10 


1 


50 


1.9 


Chuck DRIESELL 


12 




36 


4 


12 


.333 


6 


11 


.546 


3 




7 





2 





2 


14 


1.2 


Jon ROBINSON 


1 


(INJURED) 








.000 








.000 

























0.0 




















TEAM 


61 






TEAM 


2 










MARYLAND 
TOTALS 


29 






651 


1359 


.479 


476 


634 


.751 


876 (30.2) 


530-15 307 


388 


78 


126 


1778 


61.3 


OPPONENT 
TOTALS 


29 






666 


1424 


.468 


372 


548 


.679 


802 (27.7) 


581 


30 326 


355 


80 


150 


1704 


58.8 



DEAD BALL REBOUNDS: Maryland 64 - Opponents 58 



TEAM 61 

MISSED SHOTS; Maryland 866 - Opponents 934 



Maryland Individual Points and Rebounds 



High Scorer & High Rebound 


er in each game 


underlined 


- Career 


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Saint Peters (4942) 


*10(2) 


*13(8)* 


4(6) 


•11(2) 


4(1) 


5(3) 


2(1) 


0(0) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


Lafayette (82-58) 


•10(3) 


*16(9)* 


14(7) 


6(2) 


•12(3) 


7(1) 


2(1) 


2(1) 


7(4) 


•6(3) 


0(0) 


Long Island (87-79) 


*16(7)* 


*18(15)' 


10(6) 


•13(6)^ 


8(2) 


6(3) 


0(0) 


*12(2)* 


2(2) 


2(1) 


DNP 


George Mason (74-62) 


*19(7)' 


14(10) 


7(2) 


*14(2) 


2(3) 


10(3) 


4(1) 


4(0) 


0(4) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


U.M.E.S. (76-64) 


*21(7)* 


11(15)* 


16(16)* 


14(4) 


6(1) 


3(2) 


0(2) 


4(0) 


1(0) 


0(0) 


DNP 


Towson (76-59) 


17(0) 


8(9) 


16(14) 


7(1) 


5(2) 


0(1) 


8(2) 


2(0) 


6(2) 


•7(6)' 


0(0) 


N.C. State (53-74) 


14(4) 


8(5) 


15.(9) 


6(0) 


6(1) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


2(1) 


2(3) 


0(1) 


DNP 


Ohio Univ. (90-64) 


16(5) 


•20(11) 


14(9) 


8(1) 


10(3) 


7(3) 


4(2) 


4(1) 


4(2) 


1(1) 


•2(0) 


Georgia Tech (43-45) 


15(6) 


13(8.) 


5(4) 


2(2) 


2(1) 


4(0) 


2(1) 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


U.C.L.A. (57-90) 


6(2) 


12(2) 


13(4) 


6(3) 


2(0) 


4(2) 


6(0) 


8(0) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


DNP 


North Carolina (50-66) 


17(3) 


3(1) 


7{b) 


8(3) 


2(1) 


4(1) 


7(0) 


0(0) 


2(4) 


DNP 


DNP 


Duke (40-36) 


12(3) 


12(4) 


5{6) 


7(2) 


0(1) 


DNP 


2(2) 


DNP 


2(2) 


0(0) 


DNP 


Virginia (40-45) Overtime 


15(1) 


6(2) 


4(5) 


3(3) 


6(1) 


0(0) 


6(2) 


0(0) 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


Clemson (62-57) 


16(4) 


8(10) 


15(5) 


9(6)* 


2(0) 


DNP 


12(5) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


DNP 


DNP 


Canisius (91-73) 


15(7)* 


6(4) 


•23(10) 


14(4) 


•13(5) 


0(0) 


2(4) 


• 12(0) 


6(8) 


0(1) 


1(0) 


Notre Dame (51-55) 


16(8)* 


2(3) 


15(11) 


12(1) 


0(1) 


0(1) 


6(2) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


DNP 


DNP 


William & Mary (50-43) 


9(2) 


7(2) 


6(4) 


•16(1) 


0(0) 


DNP 


10(3) 


2(1) 


0(0) 


DNP 


DNP 


Georgia Tech (63-64) 


8(2) 


6(6) 


20(2) 


2(3) 


2(0) 


5(3) 


7(0) 


4(1) 


0(1) 


•9(4) 


DNP 


Wake Forest (61-56) 


20(4) 


6(2) 


12(6) 


4(0) 


6(0) 


0(0) 


13(4) 


0(0) 


DNP 


0(1) 


DNP 


Duke (77-60) 


18(5) 


10(10) 


22(14) 


10(2) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


9(4) 


1(0) 


2(1) 


2(0) 


1(1) 


Hofstra (94 59) 


6(5) 


ii(ri) 


17(10) 


6(2) 


•16(3) 


2(3) 


2(0) 


11(0) 


8(8) 


7(3) 


•8(1) 


North Carolina (56-59) 


20(4) 


12(4) 


INJ 


4(2) 


8(1) 


4(3) 


0(0) 


DNP 


2(1) 


6(^) 


DNP 


Clemson (66-75) 


*JJ(6) 


9(12) 


INJ 


0(0) 


•18(1) 


0(0) 


6(2) 


0(0) 


2(3) 


8(4) 


2(0) 


Wake Forest (42-48) 


XHJ) 


4(3) 


INJ 


9(3) 


2(2) 


0(0) 


2(1) 


0(0) 


2(0) 


6(5) 


DNP 


N.C. State (38-52) 


12(4) 


8(1.) 


INJ 


2(4) 


8(0) 


0(0) 


0(0) 


4(0) 


0(1) 


4(1) 


0(0) 


Virginia (47 46) OT 


*_29(4) 


eib) 


INJ 


1(3) 


0(2) 


0(1) 


7(2) 


0(0) 


0(2) 


4(2) 


DNP 


N.C. State (28-40) 


4(5) 


10(10) 


0(1) 


4(3) 


2(0) 


0(0) 


6(0) 


0(1) 


0(0) 


2(5) 


DNP 


Richmond (66-50) 


TUB) 


6(6) 


6(5) 


4(0) 


10(1) 


8(1) 


0(3) 


0(1) 


2(2) 


9(2) 


0(1) 


Georgia (69-83) 


22(3) 


6(5) 


21(10) 


4(1) 


0(1) 


2(5) 


6(3) 


4(0) 


0(1) 


4(4) 


0(0) 





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ALL GAMES 


CONF. 


GAMES 




Won 


Lost 


Won 


Lost 


1923-24 


4 


6 


1 


2 


1924-25 


11 


4 


3 


1 


1925-26 


14 


2 


7 


1 


1926-27 


10 


9 


6 


4 


1927-28 < 


14 


4 


8 


1 


1928-29 


7 


8 


2 


5 


1929-30 


16 


5 


9 


5 


1930-31 


14 


4 


8 


1 


1931-32 


16 


3 


8 


2 


1932-33 


11 


8 


7 


3 


1933-34 


11 


7 


6 


1 


1934-35 


8 


10 


4 


3 


1935-36 


13 


5 


4 


3 


1936-37 


9 


10 


4 


8 


1937-38 


14 


8 


6 


4 


1938-39 


13 


8 


8 


3 


1939-40 


13 


8 


7 


4 


1940-41 


1 


21 





13 


1941-42 


7 


15 


3 


8 


1942-43 


8 


8 


5 


5 


1943-44 


4 


13 


2 


1 


1944-45 


2 


13 


2 


5 


1945-46 


9 


11 


5 


4 


1946-47 


14 
243 


9 
199 


9 

124 


4 
91 


TEAMS COACHED BY " 


FLUCIE" 


■ STEWART: 


1947-48 


11 


13 


9 


7 


1948-49 


9 


17 


8 


7 


1949-50 


7 
27 


18 
48 


5 
22 


13 
27 


TEAMS COACHED BY BUD MILLIKAN 




1950-51 


16 


11 


11 


8 


1951-52 


13 


9 


9 


5 


1952-53 


15 


8 


12 


3 


1953-54 


23 


7 


7 


2 


1954-55 


17 


7 


10 


4 


1955-56 


14 


10 


7 


7 


1956-57 


16 


10 


9 


5 


1957-58 


22 


7 


9 


5 


1958-59 


10 


13 


7 


7 


1959-60 


15 


8 


9 


5 


1960-61 


14 


12 


6 


8 


1961-62 


8 


17 


3 


11 


1962-63 


8 


13 


4 


10 


1963-64 


9 


17 


5 


9 


1964-65 


18 


8 


10 


4 


1965-66 


14 


11 


7 


7 


1966-67 


11 
243 


14 
182 


5 
130 


9 
109 



Basketball 



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

1968-69 8 _18 _2 J^ 

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 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 



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 11 


7 


7 


24 7 


11 


3 


21 10 


8 


,6 


16 13 


__5. 


9 


260 115 


92 


76 




38 



Records Against All Opponents 



W L 

Alabama 1 

American University 2 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 2 

Brown 3 

Bucknell 4 

Buffalo 4 

Canisius 5 

Catholic '. . . . 11 6 

Cincinnati 1 1 

Citadel 1 

City College of New York 1 1 

Clemson 54 26 

Columbia 2 

Connecticut 1 

Creighton 1 

Davidson 6 3 

Dayton 1 

Delaware 2 

DePaul 1 

DePauw 2 

Dickinson 1 

Duke 43 59 

Duquesne 4 

East Carolina 5 

Eastern Kentucky 1 

East Tennessee 1 

Evansvilie 1 

Farleigh Dickinson 1 

Floiida 1 

Fordham 6 2 

Fort Belvoir 1 

Gallaudet 6 1 

George Mason 1 

Georgetown 34 23 

George Washington 30 22 

Georgia 1 4 

Georgia Tech 9 2 

Hampden-Sydney 2 2 

Hofstia 1 

Holy Cross 2 

Houston 1 

Indiana 1 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 2 

Lehigh 1 

LIU 7 

LSU 2 

Louisville 4 

Loyola (Md.) 1 4 

Loyola (Louisiana) 1 

Maine 1 

Marine Corps Institute 1 1 

Marshall 2 2 

Maryland Eastern Shore 3 

Memphis State 2 

Miami (Fla.) 3 3 

Miami (Ohio) 2 1 



W L 

Michigan 1 2 

Michigan State 1 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi Aggies 1 

Mississippi State 2 

Montana State 1 

Navy 28 26 

Nevada/Las Vegas 1 1 

New Mexico A&M 1 

New York University 1 

Niagara 1 

North Carolina - Charlotte 1 

North Carolina 32 74 

North Carolina State 31 54 

Northwestern 1 

Notre Dame 4 5 

Ohio State 1 1 

Ohio University 1 

Ohio Wesleyan 1 

Oklahoma State 1 

Pennsylvania 1 11 

Penn State 7 5 

Pittsburgh 3 1 

Princeton 3 3 

Providence 1 

Quantico Marines 2 2 

Randolph Macon 2 1 

Rhode Island 2 

Rhode Island State 1 

Richmond 23 14 

Rutgers 2 2 

St. Francis (Pa.) 1 

St. John's (Md.) 9 3 

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

St. Joseph's 3 

St. Peters 1 

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 5 

Tampa 2 

Temple 1 1 

Tennessee 1 2 

Tennessee Chattanooga 1 

Texas El Paso 1 1 

Texas Tech 1 

Towson 1 

Tulsa 1 

UCLA 3 

U.S. Merchant Marine 1 2 

Vanderbilt 1 

Virginia 74 41 

Virginia Military Institute 40 10 

Virginia Tech 22 4 

Wake Forest 31 32 

Wagner 1 

Washington & Lee 26 24 

Washington College 13 4 

West Virginia 9 18 

Western Kentucky 2 

Western Maryland 12 

Wichita 1 

William & Mary 18 8 

Wisconsin 2 

Wyoming 1 

Xavier 1 

Yale 1 



All-Time High Scoring Games 



130 


East Carolina 


106 


1977-78 


111 


Miami (Fla.) 


77 


1970-71 


129 


Canisius 


103 


1978-79 


111 


Long Island Univ. 


88 


1975-76 


127 


East Carolina 


84 


1975-76 


110 


Virginia 


75 


1973-74 


127 


Brown 


82 


1972-73 


109 


N.C. State 


108 


1977-78 


124 


N.C. State 


110 


1978-79 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


1970-71 


122 


Boston University 


82 


1975-76 


109 


Farleigh Dickinson 


83 


1980-81 


117 


George Washington 


96 


1971-72 


107 


George Washington 


81 


1965-66 


115 


Miami (Ohio) 


76 


1979-80 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


1965-66 


114 


iVIarshaii 


89 


1980-81 


107 


Canisius 


80 


1972-73 


113 


Catholic 


79 


1979-80 


107 


Bucl<nell 


97 


1978-79 


112 


Fordham 


73 


1973-74 


106 


Bucknell 


72 


1976-77 



39 



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: 12 by Navy, 1926 (12-21) 
MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS: 234 by Maryland and N.C. 

State, Dec, 20, 1978 (Md. 124 ■ 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 ap 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 m 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 8, 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 Shueag Woshington 
& Lee, Feb. 1953 (made 16) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS: 15 by Albert King ag 
Boston, Feb. 1979 

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

BEST FREE THROW PCT. 1.000 (ONLY 10 or more listed) 

Jerry Greenspan ag Minnesota 1961 14 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 13 

Bill Stasiulatis ag Wake Forest 1961 12 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 12 

Bob Kessler ag George Washington 1956 12 

Jerry Bechtle ag North Carolina 1960 10 

Tom Milroy ag Penn State 1968 10 

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

Buck Williams ag Canisius, Dec. 1978 8-8 

Gary Willi.3ms ag South Carolina, Dec. 1966 8-8 

Greg Manning ag Fair. Dickinson, Dec, 1980 8-8 

Charles Pittman ag Latayette, Nov. 1981 7-7 

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

Jack Clark ag South Carolina, Jan, 1964 6-6 

Buck Williams ag Marshall, Dec, 1980 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: 2,226 in 1972-73; 2,226 In 

1979 80 
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: 551 in 1979 80 
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: 596 in 31 Games, 1980-1981 
FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS 378 ,n 1966-67 
LARGEST ATTENDANCE 398,036 in 31 Games, 1980-1981 
LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE 240,254 (19 games) 1976 77 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,427 for 14 

games in 1 974-75 
BEST START IN A SEASON 1 1 consecutive wins (1975 76) 





MOST 


ag 


MOST 


14 


MOST 


13 
12 


MOST 


12 




12 


MOST 


10 




10 


CARE! 



Season — Records Individual 

POINTS: 674 by Albert King, 1979 80 (31 games) 

FIELD GOALS: 275 by Albert King, 1979 80 (31 games) 
FREE THROWS: 197 by Tom McMillen, 1971 72 (32 
games) 

REBOUNDS 412 by Len Elmore, 1973-74 (28 games) 
FIELD GOAL PCT .647 by Buck Williams (183-283), 
1980 1981 

FREE THROW PCT .908 by Greg Manning, 1979-80 

(31 games, 79 of 87) 

SCORING AVERAGE 23.3 by Will Hetzel, 196869 (26 
games 605 points) 

REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 14 7 by Len Elmore, 1973 74 
(28 games) 

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 30 by Albert 
King, 1979 80 

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 15 by Greg Man- 
ning (over 2 games) Maryland and ACC record, 1980-81 

Career Records 

POINTS SCORED 2058 by Albert King (1977-81) 
SCORING AVERAGE 20 5 by Tom McMillen in 197174 
(88 games 1,807 points) 
FIELD GOALS 862 by Albert King (1977-81 ) 

FREE THROWS 409 by Tom McMillen in 1971 74 (88 
games, 512 attempts) 

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 
(446 725) (3 seasons, 1978 1981); 
(623 10281 (4 seasons, 1977 81) 

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: 

(315 367) (1977-81 ) 

REBOUNDS 1,053 by Len Elmore 

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE 32 by Bob 
O'Brien in 1955 56 (last 5 in opening game of 1956 season) 

VARSITY GAMES PLAYED IN: 120 by Dutch Morley 

(1978 1982) 

CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN ( V A RS IT Y ) : 1 09 by 

Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 15 by Greg Manning (over 

2 Games) Maryland and ACC Record 
CAREER GAMES STARTED: 1 1 2 by Albert King (197 7-81 ) 
(John Lucas had 107) 



All-Time Team Records 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS AGAINST NON-ACC OPPONENTS 

31 (197073) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 14 over 1971 72 and 197273 

seasons 
MOST CONSECUTIVE 20 VICTORY SEASONS 5 (1971 72 to 

1975 76) 



MOST 
MOST 
MOST 

MOST 
BEST 

BEST 

BEST 

BEST 

MOST 

MOST 



MOST 
BEST 



MOST 
MOST 



BEST 



615 by Buck Williams 
.583 by Greg Manning 

.858 by Greg Manning 

1971 74 (86 games) 



40 



Regular Season Tournament Records 

















ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 




SOUTHERN 


CONFERENCE 






























1953 54 








196869 


















Md, 


75 


Clemson 


59 


Md. 


71 


South Carolina 


92 


1923 24 












56 


Wake Forest 


64 


1969 70 








Md. 


34 


VMI 




19 


1954-55 








Md. 


57 


N.C. State 


67 




25 


Georgia 




29 


Md. 


67 


Virginia 


68 


1970 71 








1924 25 










1955 56 








Md. 


63 


South Carolina 


71 


Md. 


27 


Alabama 




21 


Md. 


69 


Duke 


94 


1971 72 










16 


N.C. State 




30 


1956-57 








Md. 


54 


Clemson 


52 


1925-26 










Md. 


71 


Virginia 


68 




62 


Virginia 


57 


Md. 


19 


Miss. Aggies 




22 




64 


South Carolina 


74 




64 


North Carolina 


73 


1926-27 










1957 58 








1972-73 








Md. 


22 


Georgia 




27 


Md. 


70 


Virginia 


66 


Md. 


77 


Clemson 


61 


1927 28 












71 


Duke 


65 




73 


Wake Forest 


65 


Did not enter 








86 


North Carolina 


74 




74 


N.C. State 


76 


1928 29 










1958-59 








1973 74 








Md. 


35 


Mississippi 




37 


Md. 


65 


Virginia 


66 


Md. 


85 


Duke 


66 


1929 30 










1959 60 










105 


North Carolina 


85 


Md. 


21 


Kentucky 




26 


Md. 


58 


N.C. State 


74 




100 


N.C. State 


103 


1930 31 










1960 61 








1974-75 








Md. 


37 


LSU 




33 


Md. 


91 


Clemson 


75 


Md. 


85 


N.C. State 


87 




19 


North Caro 


ina 


17 




76 


Wake Forest 


98 


1975 76 










26 


Georgia 




25 


1961 62 








Md. 


80 


Duke 


78 




29 


Kentucky 




27 


Md. 


58 


Duke 


71 




65 


Virginia 


73 


1931 32 










1962 63 








1976 77 








Md. 


24 


Florida 




39 


Md 


41 


Wake Forest 


80 


Md. 


72 


N.C. State 


82 


1932 33 










1963-64 








1977 78 








Md. 


28 


South Caro 


ina 


65 


Md. 


67 


Clemson 


81 


Md. 


109 


N.C. State 


108 


1933 34 










1964 65 










69 


Duke 


81 


Md. 


37 


Washington 


& Lee 


45 


Md. 


61 


Clemson 


50 


1978-79 








1934 35 












67 


N.C. State 


76 


Md. 


75 


Clemson 


67 


Did not enter 






1965 66 










79 


North Carolina 


102 


1935-36 










Md. 


70 


North Carolina 


77 


1979 80 








Md. 


47 


Duke 




35 


196667 








Md. 


51 


Georgia Tech 


49 




32 


Washington 


Si Lee 


38 


Md. 


54 


South Carolina 


57 




91 


Clemson 


85 


1936-37 










1967 68 










72 


Duke 


73 


Md. 
1937 38 

Md. 


35 


N.C. State 




42 


Md. 


54 


N.C- State 


63 


1980-81 








45 


Citadel 




43 










Md. 


56 


Duke 


53 




32 


Duke 




35 












85 


Virginia 


62 


1938-39 




















60 


North Carolina 


61 


Md. 


47 


Richmond 




32 










1981-82 










53 
27 

43 
32 


N.C. State 
Clemson 

Washington 
Duke 




29 
39 

30 
44 










Md. 


28 


N.C. State 


40 




& Lee 






' 1. , ' ■> 


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^ 


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1939 40 
Md 


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1941 42 










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1942 43 










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23 


N.C. State 




42 


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1944 45 










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Md. 


49 


Duke 




76 


H^ ' i^ 


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1945 46 










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27 


N.C. State 




54 


Ih ? J» - 


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W ?il 


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1946 47 










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ff. > 111 


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Md 
1947 48 


43 


N C. State 




55 


i"'!^ 




mf. Wwru ""*• ^ * ' «■' 


^^i 


Si- 




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Md 


51 


Davidson 




58 






i\ ^11 


V * -5 




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1948 49 










wr^ki 


1 1 


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Md 


61 


North Caro 


ma 


79 


UiZ ^^ 


Ivr 


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^ A -- -. 


Ah-A 


1949 50 










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ot enter 






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1950 51 


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Md 


50 
45 


Clemson 
N C State 




48 
54 


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1951 52 




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Md. 


48 


Duke 




51 


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1952 53 

Md 


74 
59 


Duke 

Wake Forest 


65 
61 


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41 



Coach Driesell's Post Season 
Tournament Records 



Year 



1969-70 


Lost First Round ACC 


1970-71 


Lost First Round ACC 


1971-72 


Won First Round ACC 



Scores 



1972-73 



1973-74 



1974-75 



1975-76 

1976-77 
1977-78 

1978-79 



1979-80 



1980-81 



1981 82 



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 
Won First Round NIT 
Lost 2nd Round NIT 

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

Won First Round NCAA Playoffs 
Lost First Round East Regionals 
of NCAA Playoffs 

Won First Round ACC 

Won Semi-Finals ACC 

Lost ACC Finals 

Won First Round NCAA Playoffs 

Lost Second Round NCAA Playoffs 

Lost First Round ACC 
Won First Round NIT 
Lost 2nd Round NIT 



Md. 


57 


N.C. State 67 


Md. 


63 


South Carolina 71 


Md. 


54 


Clemson 52 


Md. 


62 


Virginia 57 


Md. 


64 


UNC 73 


Md. 


67 


St. Joseph's 55 


Md. 


71 


Syracuse 65 


Md. 


91 


Jacksonville 77 


Md. 


100 


Niagara 69 


Md. 


77 


Clemson 61 


Md. 


73 


Wake Forest 65 


Md. 


74 


N.C. State 76 


Md. 


91 


Syracuse 75 


Md. 


89 


Providence 103 


Md. 


85 


Duke 66 


Md. 


105 


UNC 85 


Md. 


100 


N.C. State 103 


Md. 


85 


N.C. State 87 


Md. 


83 


Creighton 79 


Md. 


83 


Notre Dame 71 


Md. 


82 


Louisville 96 


Md. 


80 


Duke 78 


Md. 


65 


Virginia 73 


Md. 


72 


N.C. State 82 


Md. 


109 


N.C. State 108 


Md. 


69 


Duke 81 


Md. 


75 


Clemson 67 


Md. 


79 


North Carolina 102 


Md. 


67 


Rhode Island 65 


Md. 


72 


Ohio State 79 


Md. 


51 


Georgia Tech 49 


Md. 


91 


Clemson 85 


Md. 


72 


Duke 73 


Md. 


86 


Tennessee 75 


Md. 


68 


Georgetown 74 


Md. 


56 


Duke 53 


Md. 


85 


Virginia 62 


Md. 


60 


North Carolina 61 


Md. 


81 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 69 


Md. 


64 


Indiana 99 


Md. 


28 


N.C. State 40 


Md. 


66 


Richmond 50 


Md. 


69 


Georgia 83 



42 



Maryland Invitational Tournament 



1971 


- Maryland 


103 Western Kentucky 


67 


1975 - 


- Maryland 


104 Seton Hall 


69 


1979- Maryland 


115 Miami ol Ohio 


76 




St John's 


94 Harvard 
THIRD PLACE 


88 




Princeton 


61 Alabama 
THIRD PLACE 


59 


Temple 


85 Harvard 
THIRD PLACE 


73 




Harvard 


107 Western Kentucky 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


89 




Alabama 


100 Seton Hall 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


64 


Miami of Ohio 


86 Harvard 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


79 




Maryland 


90 St John's 


69 




Maryland 


66 Princeton 


69 


Maryland 


86 Temple 


63 


1972 


- Maryland 
Syracuse 


90 Georgia Tech 
74 Bowling Green 
THIRD PLACE 


66 
73 


1976 - 


- Maryland 
Syracuse 


84 Xaviet 
116 Duquesne 
THIRD PLACE 


74 
86 


1980- Maryland 

St, Joseph's 


114 Marshall 
87 Bowling Green 


89 
76 




Bowling Green 


102 Georgia Tech 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


87 




Duquesne 


86 Xavier 
CHAMPIONSHIP 


80 


Marshall 


THIRD PLACE 

87 Bowling Green 


85 




Maryland 


90 Syracuse 


76 




Maryland 


96 Syracuse 


86 




CHAMPIONSHIP 




1973 - 


- Maryland 
Boston College 

Michigan State 

Maryland 


102 Holy Cross 
94 Michigan State 
THIRD PLACE 
97 Holy Cross 
CHAMPIONSHIP 
68 Boston College 


76 

81 

85 
37 


1977 


- Maryland 
Georgia Tech 

St John's 

Maryland 


91 Western Kentucky 
73 St John's 
THIRD PLACE 
80 Western Kentucky 
CHAMPIONSHIP 
66 Georgia Tech 


78 
67 

63 

63 


Maryland 


74 St, Joseph's 


57 




MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 

1971 - Len Elmore - Maryland 

1972 - Tom McMillen - Maryland 




















1973 - Len 


Hmore - Maryland 




1974 - 


Maryland 


105 Georgia Tech 


67 


1978 - 


Maryland 


62 St Joseph's 


67 


1974 - David Meyers - UCLA 






UCLA 


78 St Bonaventure 


62 




Southern Calif 


78 Holy Cross 


60 


1976 - John 


Lucas - Maryland 








THIRD PLACE 








THIRD PLACE 




1976 - Steve Sheppard - Maryland 






Georgia Tech 
UCLA 


70 St Bonaventure 
CHAMPIONSHIP 
81 Maryland 


61 
76 




St Joseph's 
Maryland 


62 Holy Cross 
CHAMPIONSHIP 
83 Southern Calif 


68 
79 


1977 - Lawrence Boston - Maryland 

1978 - Albert King - Maryland 

1979 - Albert King - Maryland 

1980 -Albert King - Maryland 





Invitational Tournament Records 



1953 54 


All Anrencan Cilv Tournar 
Ovyensboro, Kentucky 


tent 


1959 60 


Blue Grass Tournament 
Louisville, Kentucky 




1966 67 


Memphis Slate Invitational 
Memphis, Tennessee 




Md 


65 Arizona State 


50 


Md 


63 Indiana 


72 


Md 


50 Oklahoma State 


49 


Md 


66 Eyjnsville 


58 


Md 


76 Fordham 


54 


Md 


53 Memphis Slate 


55 


Md 


54 Kentucky Wesleyan 


37 


1960 61 


Dixie Classic 

Raleigh, North Carolina 






Charlotte Invitational 
Charlotte, North Carolina 




1954 55 


All Aitierican City ToLirnan 


rent 


Md 


57 North Carolina 


81 


Md 


66 Davidson 


65 




Owen5tjoro. Kentucky 




Md 


6 7 N C State 


75 


Md 


57 Army 

Sun Carnival Tournament 


54 


Md 


58 Texas Tech 


54 


Md 


84 Wyoming 


77 


1967 68 




Md 


33 Rhode Island 


66 


1961 62 


Sugar Bowl Tournafnent 






E 1 Paso, Texas 




Md 


78 C'lu-nnatt 


61 




New Orleans, Louisiana 




Md 


53 Texas El Paso 


70 


1955 56 


Mia t/Vtnier f^eslival 




Md 


62 Miss State 


64 


Md 


72 Southern Illinois 


73 


Md 


75 Michigan Slate 


95 


Md 


64 Louisyille 


83 


1968 69 


Marshall Invitational 




M.! 


75 St Francis 


66 


1962 63 


None 






Hunlington, West Virginia 










1963 64 


VPI Invitational Tournan 


ent 


Md 


89 Marshall 


80 


1956 5 7 


All American Cilv ToLirnai 


lent 




Blacksburg, Virginia 




Md 


85 Miami 1 Fla 1 


92 




Ovvenstjoro. Kentucky 




Md 


59 Tennessee 


70 




Charlotte Invitational 




Mg 


89 Montana State 


72 


Md 


75 LSU 


65 




Charlotte, North Carolina 




Ma 


43 New Me»ico AfiM 


45 




Evansville Invitational 




Md 


69 Davidson 


83 


Md 


43 Virijinia 


39 


Md 


54 Arizona 


57 


Md 


95 Wichita 


83 


1957 58 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




Md 


82 Columbia 


76 


1973 74 


Cable Car Classic 
San F rancisco. Call 
78 San Francisco 




Md 


New Orleans, Louisiana 
71 Vanderbilt 


56 


1954 65 


Hurricane Classic 
Miami, F londa 




Md 


60 


Md 


4G Memphis State 


47 


Md 


66 Tulsa 


59 


Md 


53 Santa Clara 


32 








Md 


73 Miami (Fla ) 


80 


1980-81 


Carrier Classic 




1958 59 


Sugar Bowl Toiirnanient 




1965 66 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 






Syracuse, N.'V. 






New Orleans, Louisiana 






New Orleans, Louisiana 




Md. 


96 Wagner 


73 


MO 


45 Miss Stale 


56 


Md 


69 Houston 


68 


Md, 


83 Syracuse 


73 


Mrl 


54 Loyrjla 


50 


Md 


77 Dayton 


75 










43 



M. M M 




■1^^ 


■ ■ lA Jl 






16-4 


8-2 1931-32 




32 -Washington & Lee 38 




M% 1 1 




■ 


1 Im #1 






Maryland 






*S. C. Tournament 




# m 1 I 




■ 


1 Im #1 






30 


Wisconsin 32 


A 






# % 1 1 




I 


1 m\ #1 


B^ 




27 


Loyola 28 


H 






MLL 

SC 


:C 


- 1 

>R 


IIVI 

ES 






42 
43 
26 
36 
33 
38 
51 
39 
26 
36 
35 
46 
49 
24 


Washington & Lee 38 
VMI 28 
Navv 15 
Virginia 31 
Johns Hopkins 26 
VMI 20 
VPI 16 
Catholic 34 
North Carolina 25 
Washington College 16 
Western Maryland 15 
Virginia 18 
Washington & Lee 19 
St. Johns 20 


A S 

A h 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 


1-11 4-8 1936-37 

rlaryland 

40 Richmond 51 
54 Johns Hopkins 31 
27 Washington & Lee 51 
48 VMI 28 
48 Western Maryland 36 
31 Duke 34 

41 Washington College 20 
37 Virginia 23 
33 N, estate 35 
24 North Carolina 41 
30 Duke 34 


A 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
A 














H 


37 Navy 53. 


A 


Won 1 Lost 5 1918-19 




14-4 


8-1 1927-28 






26 
20 


North Carolina 32 
Duke 18 


A 
A 


35 North Carolina 44 
41 William & Mary 29 


H 
H 


Maryland 

27 Gallaudet 26 




Maryland 
38 
29 
31 


Washington & Lee 
VPI 

Washington & Lee 


24 
20 
28 




38 
24 


Johns Hopkins 24 
■Florida 39 


H 


45 VMI 28 
35 Washington 8< Lee 41 


H 
H 


7 Catholic University 25 
11 George Washington 25 
9 Gallaudet 33 






•s. 


C. Tournament 




27 Georgetown 39 
37 St Johns 39 


H 
A 




23 
45 


VMI 
Gallaudet 


9 
20 




11-9 

Maryland 


7-3 1932-33 




41 N C State 35 


H 


12 Catholic University 14 
20 George Washington 53 




37 
20 


Kentucky 
Johns Hopkins 


7 
22 




13 
40 


Wisconsin 22 
VPI 20 


H 
A 


35 -N C. State 42 
•S- C. Tournameni 








25 


Si Johns College 


22 




30 


Duke 28 


H 






No reams for 19 19-20 through 1922-23. 




26 


Virginia 


20 




29 


VMI 30 


A 






Record Conf. 




31 


Stevens Institute 


24 




40 


Washington & Lee 43 


A 










26 


Navy 


35 




27 


Johns Hopkins 37 


A 






5-7 1-2 1923-24 




26 


Pennsylvania 


30 




37 


VPI 21 


H 


15 9 7-4 1937-38 




Marvland 




36 


NO State 


24 




27 


Catholic 29 


A 


Maryland 




41 George Washington 22 




12 


Virginia 


34 




21 


Navy 59 


A 


26 Richmond 31 


H 


42 Gallaudet 28 




22 


Washington College 


20 




19 


Virginia 26 


A 


26 Michigan 33 


H 


13 Catholic 30 




23 


Johns Hopkins 


19 




42 


North Carolina 29 


H 


50 Baltimore 32 


A 


20 North Carolina 26 




30 


VPI 


10 




36 


Georgia 40 


H 


43 Randolph Macon 27 


H 


13 Virginia 26 




30 


Western Maryland 


29 




35 


Washington College 27 


H 


29 Washington & Lee 31 


A 


24 Richmond 22 












37 


Virginia 28 
Washington 8i Lee 28 
VMI 29 


H 


42 VMI 27 


A 


14 Catholic 20 
19 George Washington 20 




7-9 

Maryland 
30 


2-5 1928 29 






46 
45 


H 
H 


39 Georgetown 57 

40 Duke 35 


A 
H 


22 Washington & Lee 21 




Williams. Mary 


20 


H 


34 


St Johns 22 


H 


24 North Carolina 43 


A 


12 VMI 21 




18 


Pennsylvania 


30 


A 


37 


Western Maryland 32 


H 


34 Duke 44 
42 VPI 35 


A 






20 


Randolph Macon 


33 


H 


35 


Johns Hopkins 31 


H 


H 


34 'VMI 19 




30 


Virginia 
Johns Hopkins 


22 


A 








34 Navy 37 


A 


25 -Georgia 29 




20 


30 


H 


28 


•South Carolina 65 




27 NYU 42 


H 


*S. C. Tournament 




20 


St Johns 


18 
25 
47 


H 
H 

H 


•s 


C. Tournament 




36 Washington & Lee 32 
45 William & Mary 38 


H 

H 


12-5 3-1 1924-25 




22 
22 


Virginia 
Washington & Lee 


11-8 

17 


6-1 1933-34 




43 VMI 33 
49 Catholic 33 


H 
H 


Maryland 
24 Virginia 18 
24 Columbia 23 


H 

A 


29 

18 


VPI 

Washington & Lee 


39 
42 


A 
A 


Michigan 25 
Indiana 30 


H 

H 


43 Washington College 42 
39 Virginia 23 


A 
A 


21 Stevens Institute 17 


A 


30 


VMI 


27 


A 


24 


West Virginia 26 


A 


57 Dickinson 27 


H 


16 Navy 23 


A 


22 


North Carolina 


28 


H 


37 


Duke 33 


H 


56 Johns Hopkins . 30 


H 


30 Lafayette 15 


H 


30 


Navy 


27 


A 


29 


VPI 24 


A 


38 St. Johns 29 


H 


18 Catholic 14 


A 


32 


Western Maryland 


17 


H 


34 


VPI 32 


H 






21 Stevens Institute 17 


H 


19 


Johns Hopkins 


18 


A 


32 


Johns Hopkins 37 


A 


45 'Citadel 43 




16 North Carolina 21 


H 










43 


Virginia 20 


A 


32 •Duke 35 




25 Gallaudet 14 


H 


35 


'Mississippi 


37 




24 


North Carolina 28 


H 


*S. C, Tournament 




16 Washington College 27 


H 


-s. 


C Tournament 






33 


Catholic 25 


H 






24 Princeton 38 


A 










27 


Navy 46 


A 






22 CCNY 16 
38 South Carolina 22 


H 
H 


16-6 

Maryland 
27 
27 


9-5 1929-30 






28 
33 


Virginia 25 
Richmond 44 


H 
H 






36 Virginia 25 
27 Catholic 17 


A 
H 


William & Mary 
Duke 


23 
28 


H 
H 


49 
36 


Western Maryland 33 
VMI 27 


H 
H 


"^ ^1^^ 








37 


Catholic 


30 


H 


32 


St Johns 37 


H 


^^^^^^^ 




27 'Alabama 21 




54 


Virginia 


20 


H 


44 


Washington College 33 


H 


1 5n^ 




16 -N C State 30 




41 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


H 


32 


Johns Hopkins 19 


H 




*S. C Tournameni 




43 


Navy 


39 


A 














41 


VPI 


29 


H 


37 


•Washington & Lee 45 




■ £. iBlT^ 




14-3 7-1 1925-26 

Ma'Vland 

40 Washington a Lee 27 
21 Navv 12 


H 

A 


26 
75 
38 
36 


N C State 
Washington & Lee 
Western Maryland 

North Carolina 


28 
29 
17 
24 


H 

H 
H 
H 


8-10 

Maryland 
25 


C. Tournament 

4-5 1934-35 




^"^ 


B 


30 Richmond 14 


H 


34 


VPI 


23 


A 


Indiana 30 


H 


■ 


30 VMI 21 


A 


44 


VMI 


25 


A 


50 


Ohio State 41 


H 


M£. ^MiA^M 


■ 


33 Washington & Lee 20 


A 


21 


Washington & Lee 


36 


A 


29 


West Virginia 39 


H 


\^Mk\ ^^rW^^ 


■ 


19 VPI 17 


A 


51 


Virginia 


29 


H 


35 


South Carolina 21 


H 


W^KL ^^'.^T^ 


3 


40 Gallaudet 13 


H 


21 


N C State 


19 


A 


39 


VMI 24 


H 




M 


30 Washington College 26 


H 


22 


North Carolina 


19 


A 


39 


Duke 48 


H 




^ 


24 Stevens Institute 27 


H 


24 


Duke 


39 


A 


43 


Washington College 27 


H 






30 VPI 14 


H 


39 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


A 


31 


North Carolina 39 


H 


^^^B* ^^^^k^JJ^^^^V 




28 Virginia 34 


A 


39 


VMI 


21 


H 


36 


Navy 43 


A 




■-■« 


23 North Carolina 22 


H 


41 


St Johns 


25 


H 


44 


Virginia 24 
Richmond 56 


H 






25 West Virginia 15 


H 










26 


H 




ril 


41 Duke 20 


H 
H 
H 


21 

•s 


'Kentucky 

C Tournameni 


26 




29 
29 
33 


Catholic 45 
Washington & Lee 33 
Virginia 32 


A 
H 
A 




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30 Virginia 21 
32 Princeton 26 


Z^^^^^^^^^^^Ei^H^l 






19 Mississippi Aggies 22 




18-4^ 

.nrlanu 


8-1 1930-31 






41 
1? 


Johns Hopkins 35 
St Johns 24 


A 
H 




■ 








Gallaudet 


27 


H 


52 


Johns Hopkins 25 


H 


^^^M ^^^^^1^^ ^^H 


■1 






38 


VMI 


18 


A 


24 


Georgetown 25 


H 


H^^B sBitt ^^^ 




10-10 6-4 1926-27 




36 


Washington & Lee 


21 


A 








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rwlafyland 




32 


Duke 


24 


H 








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16 American 21 


A 


30 


Loyola 


33 


H 


14-6 


3-3 1935-36 




ST A 




44 Washington & Lee 32 


H 


33 


Johns Hopkins 


20 


A 


Maryland 






^ k. -^ ^ — — 


«i^^ 


25 Michigan 39 


A 


44 


VMI 


20 


H 


44 


VMI 29 


H 


-^^.Jy-^-^-iML 




17 Virginia 22 


A 


33 


VPI 


16 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 30 


A 


-w 


30 Navy 32 


A 


31 


Virginia 


34 


A 


53 


VMI 32 


A 




■Ki 


18 Washington College 22 


H 


28 


Washington & Lee 


17 


H 


32 


Navy 20 


A 


' ^^r '^^m^ 


a*** 


34 Georgia 33 


H 


24 


Catholic 


21 


A 


28 


Richmond 24 


H 


^m ^V^ 


— 


39 Gallaudet 26 


H 


33 


North Carolina 


31 


H 


56 


Baltimore 33 


H 






27 Stevens Institute 18 


H 


32 


Washington College 


33 


H 


46 


Washington College 34 


H 


^^^m ..>^^^V 




28 North Carolina 23 


H 


34 


Virginia 

Western Maryland 


21 


H 


32 


North Carolina 44 


H 


^^V .^^^"^^^V 




23 North Carolina 32 


H 


46 


35 


H 


41 


William a. Mary 39 


H 


^^P ..^^^ ^^m 




26 Pennsylvania 21 


A 


32 


St Johns 


27 


H 


38 


Duke 34 


H 


^^^^^ ^^m 




32 Washington & Lee 34 


A 


33 


Navy 


36 


A 


40 


Virginia 34 


H 


jl^ 




J2 VMI 15 

?9 Virginia 28 


A 
H 


31 


Johns Hopkins 


22 


H 


26 
54 


West Virginia 51 
Washington & Lee 55 


A 

H 




?3 N C State 38 


A 










40 


St Johns 28 


H 






16 Washington College 21 
12 Western Maryland 25 


A 

H 


37 
19 


•LSU 

■North Carolina 


33 
17 




29 
56 


Catholic 40 
Washington College 30 


H 
A 


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'3 North Carolina 19 


A 


26 


•Georgia 


25 
27 




45 


Johns Hopkins 40 


H 








29 


•Kentucky 




47 


Georgetown 39 


A 






■2 -Georgia 27 




•s 


C. Tournament 
















-S C Tournament 






(ChampionsI 






47 


-Duke 35 









44 



15-9 


8-3 1938-39 




56 Virginia 42 
40 North Carolina 31 


A 
A 


64 
49 


Washington & Lee 38 
George Washmgton 65 


H 
A 


7-18 


5-13 1949-50 




Marviaod 






36 Georgetown 46 


H 


47 


North Carolina 51 


H 


Maryland 






34 


Richmond 41 


A 


51 William a Mary 36 


H 


56 


Virginia 68 


H 


VPI 63 


A 


45 


Clemson 35 


H 


35 VMl 36 


H 


60 


Richmond 53 


H 


40 


Tennessee 61 


A 


44 
24 


Davidson 27 
Pennsylvania 36 


A 


4-13 2-1 1943-44 




54 
63 


South Carolina 53 
Clemson 61 


A 
A 


66 
66 


Virginia 66 
Washington & Lee 46 


A 
H 


26 


Army 45 


A 


Maryland 




62 


Richmond 64 


A 


52 


Pennsylvania 54 


A 


37 


Navy 47 


A 


33 Quantico Marines 59 


H 


35 


George Washington 59 


H 


65 


Clemson 60 


H 


37 


Duke 34 


H 


39 Marshall 46 


H 


51 


'Davidson 58 




62 


Navy 75 


A 


34 


North CsfOlma 32 


H 


20 Bainbridge Navy 52 


H 


"S 


C. Tournament 




71 


Ohio Wesleyan 75 


H 


34 


Hampden-Sydney 25 


H 


20 Virginia 52 


A 








53 


North Carolina 55 


A 


31 


Virginia 21 


H 


43 VMl 36 


H 








46 


Duke 58 


A 


60 


Duke 44 


A 


43 Hampden-Sydney 51 


H 








71 


Georgetown 65 


A 


66 
40 


North Carolina 41 
N C, Siaie 46 


A 


25 Bambridge Navy 78 
29 Fort Belvoir 60 


A 
H 










William & Mary 56 
Richmond 59 




A 






■■ 


52 
49 


H 
A 


25 


Georgetown 39 


H 


33 Catholic 31 


H 






^^1 


51 


George Washington 72 


H 


39 


Washington & Lee 37 


H 


26 Virginia 49 


H 






^^1 


66 


William & Mary 64 


A 


49 


William & Mary 57 


H 


33 Catholic 53 


A 






^^1 


65 


VMl 53 


H 


48 


St Johns 20 


A 


34 Richmond 65 


A 






^^H 


56 


North Carolina 69 


H 


53 


VMl 35 


H 


48 WoodrowGen Hosp, 26 


H 




^A ■ M 


^^H 


61 


VMl 62 


A 


40 


Catholic 38 


A 


25 Woodfow Gen. Hosp. 35 


A 




H r 1 


^^H 


67 


Duke 57 


H 


24 


George Was»lington 37 


A 


31 VMl 29 


A 




W « ■< 


^^H 


56 


South Carolina 61 


H 


47 


Washington College 37 


H 


35 Navy 69 


A 




W I IB 


^^H 


70 


Virginia 52 


H 




•Richmond 32 




22 Army 85 


A 




.V • ■ 


^H 


64 


Davidson 61 


H 


47 














67 


Richmond 48 


H 


63 


•N C State 29 




23 *N, C, Slate 42 






^^k JK^k 


^^H 


44 


South Carolina 59 


A 


27 


•Clemson 39 




'S. C, Tournament 






m. .91. 


^H 


68 


Clemson 70 


A 


'S- 


C Tournament 




2-14 2-5 1944-46 






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^H 








14-9 


7-4 1939-40 




Ma-yland 

26 Gallaudet 27 


H 




Jk^ w 


H 


16-11 

Maryland 
59 


11-8 1950-51 




Matvland 






28 North Carolina 53 


A 




■L^k. J V^ 


^^H 


Virginia 57 
Pennsylvania 74 


H 


48 


Western Maryland 32 


H 


24 Duke 51 


A 




■fVil> 


^H 


65 


A 


47 


Randolph Macon 16 


H 


32 N. C. State 46 


A 




^1 


48 


William & Mary 41 


H 


53 
34 


Clemson 26 

Pennsylvania 41 


H 
A 


33 Navy 70 
46 VMl 28 


A 
H 




^ 


■ 


46 
52 


Virginia 43 
Washington & Lee 43 


A 
H 


61 


Rutgers 39 


A 


34 Marine Corps Inst. 50 


H 




^^^^^2810^1 


I^H 


51 


Rutgers 45 


H 


53 


Rhode Island State 59 
Duke 30 
Richmond 19 


A 
H 
H 


42 N. estate 57 


H 




H^^^I^S 


^^H 


67 


North Carolina 59 


A 


32 

36 


42 Hampden-Sydney 43 


H 




ig^^^^Hfi 


^^1 


48 


Richmond 42 


A 


26 Virginia 57 


A 




i^^^^^^^^^H 


^^^1 


47 


Navy 51 


A 


28 
49 


Georgetown 27 
VPI 41 


A 
H 


27 VMl 35 
33 Virginia 61 
53 William & Mary 46 
41 Merchant Marine 54 


A 
H 




U^^v 


H 


58 
57 


Georgetown 47 
VPI 66 


H 
H 


25 
43 


Washington & Lee 44 
N, C. State 36 


H 
A 


A 
A 




M^^K 


H 


56 
57 


North Carolina 55 
Davidson 55 


H 
A 


30 


Clemson 48 


A 


34 Army 54 


A 




^^BS^^S;.. 


^^1 


43 


South Carolina 70 


A 


30 
37 


South CafQlina 33 
Duke 48 


A 
A 


49 'Duke 76 






%^Hfe^V^H 


H 


44 

65 


Clemson 50 
Washington & Lee 83 


A 
A 


49 


Johns Hopkins 36 


H 


"S. C. Tournament 






^ .iSw^i^^^i 


^^1 


46 


VMl 41 


A 


60 


VMl 33 


A 








^^ ^>ai>^-^^v 


^^1 


47 


South Carolina 37 


H 


19 
46 


Washington & Lee 39 
Catholic ' 31 


A 

H 


9-12 5-5 1945-46 

Maryland 






W ^ -^ 


H 


64 

40 


West Virginia 70 
Duke 49 


H 
H 


27 


VMl 25 


H 


61 Marine Corps Inst. 46 


H 




f Mm 


^^H 


50 


William & Mary 55 


A 


26 


George Washington 44 


H 


43 Marshall 50 


H 




A ^ 


^^1 


54 


Clemson 50 


H 


43 


•Washmgton & Lee 30 




47 Quantico Marines 50 


H 


i 


.^M ^1 


^^1 


42 


Richmond 33 


H 


32 


•Duke 44 




25 Duke 59 


A 


i 


.^V -^1 


^^1 


47 


George Washington 67 


A 


•s. 


C. Tournament 




47 N C State 39 
28 North Carolina 64 


A 
A 


^K.^. 


-^1 ^ 


^1 


65 


VMl 46 
•Clemson 48 
*N C State 54 


H 


1-21 


0-13 1940-41 




35 Navy 44 
37 N. C. State 33 


A 
H 




^^ m 


H 


50 
45 




Maryland 
















"S 


C Tournament 




36 


Richmond 48 


H 


45 Virginia 48 


A 




^Hbh. ' 


^^^1 








24 


Johns Hopkins 38 


A 


43 Duke 38 


H 






^^H 








34 
32 


Clemson 48 
Pennsylvania 43 


H 
A 


35 Hampden-Sydney 32 
48 George Washington 35 


H 
H 




^^ 


H 


13-9 


9-5 1951-52 




26 


Duke 40 


H 


31 North Carolina 33 


H 






^^1 


Ma' v lana 
59 


Virginia 42 


A 


41 


Washington & Lee 59 


A 


37 Virginia 36 


H 




^I^^K 


^^H 


71 


Washington & Lee 51 


H 


30 


VMl 64 


A 


43 Merchant Marine 39 


H 




^Hk 


^^H 


b2 


Pennsylvania 53 


A 


34 


Georgetown 51 


A 


37 Richmond 31 


H 




^ ^lu 


^^H 


54 


William & Mary 53 


H 


36 


North Carolina 55 


H 


36 William & Mary 42 


A 




^^ 


^^H 


36 


West Virginia 39 


A 


17 


Richmond 38 


A 


33 West Virginia 35 


H 


Ss^^ 


..^^ 


^^H 


57 


VMl 39 


A 


17 


Duke 43 


A 


25 Army 52 


A 


^.>«> ; 


Bbi^... :^^ 


^^H 


51 


Washington & Lee 43 


A 


29 


North Carolina 44 


A 


31 Merchant Marine 48 


A 


(-■*- .,-.■■- 


" ' "^SS^^^^' 


^^H 


47 


North Carolina 51 


A 


27 


Navy 52 


A 






-.- 


■ ■ "3T -^ 


^^H 


48 


Navy 45 


A 


18 


Virginia 47 


A 


27 *N. estate 54 






., -.. .,,^s: ^'H^k 


^^H 


63 


Virginia 53 


H 


15 


Washington & Lee 42 


H 


*S. C. Tournament 








i^^l 


55 


Georgetown 40 


H 


28 


George Washington 61 
Williams Mary 58 


A 
H 


14-10 9-4 1946-47 








^3^1 


55 

71 


Rutgers 61 
North Carolina 51 


A 


40 








H 


43 


Connecticut 52 


H 


43 West Virginia 81 


A 








64 


VMl 46 


H 


45 


Rutgers 50 


H 


49 Western Maryland 39 


H 




Gene Shue 




55 


Richmond 45 


H 


27 


VMl 41 


H 


41 Johns Hopkins 36 


H 






66 


William & Mary 71 


A 


39 


VPI 48 


H 


62 Quantico Marines 48 


A 




All American 




51 


Duke 56 


A 


26 


Washington College 18 


H 


42 North Carolina 58 


A 




1953,54 




61 


Georgetown 71 


A 








39 Richmond 41 


H 






54 


Richmond 50 


A 


7-15 


3-8 1941-42 




44 George Washington 43 


H 








56 


George Washington 57 


H 








65 Washington & Lee 60 


A 








71 


Davidson 48 


H 


41 


Richmond 23 


A 


57 VPI 49 


A 














34 


Williams. Mary 39 


A 


61 VMl 50 


A 








48 


•Duke 51 




36 


West Virginia 63 


A 


61 North Carolina 57 


H 








•s 


C Tournament 




15 


Seton Hall 59 


A 


27 Navy 55 


A 














40 
48 


CONY 57 

St. Johns (NY) 64 


A 

A 


59 Washington & Lee 50 
55 Georgetown 49 


H 
H 


9-18 

Maryland 


8-7 1948-49 




15-8 


12-3 1952-53 




35 


Virginia 34 


A 


48 George Washington 63 


H 


49 


Temple 67 


A 


Maryland 






33 


Duke 37 


A 


49 Richmond 68 


A 


60 


VPI 51 


H 


71 


Virginia 61 


H 


28 


Washington College 25 


H 


55 VPI 42 


H 


75 


Loyola IBallimore) 77 


A 


54 


William & Mary 61 


H 


51 


Georgetown 42 


A 


38 Duke 40 


H 


45 


Richmond 54 


H 


53 


Pennsylvania 70 


A 


29 


George Washington 47 


H 


47 Kings Point 73 


A 


47 


Virginia 53 


H 


52 


West Virginia 45 


H 


36 


Virginia 26 


H 


57 Army 54 


A 


74 


Clemson 50 


H 


54 


VMl 37 


A 


41 


VMl 46 


A 


52 Citadel 40 


H 


47 


North Carolina 55 


A 


58 


Washington & Lee 40 


A 


44 


Washington & Lee 52 


A 


53 VMl 45 


H 


49 


Davidson 52 


A 


49 


North Carolina 59 


A 


28 


Washington & Lee 30 


H 


54 Pennsylvania 80 


A 


43 


Virginia 79 


A 


59 


Virginia 56 


A 


47 


Navy 61 


A 






51 


Georgetown 53 


A 


63 


Richmond 60 


A 


42 


William & Mary 32 


H 


43 *N. estate 55 




67 


Pennsylvania 81 


A 


45 


Georgetown 54 


H 


27 


West Virginia 41 


H 


*S. C. Tournament 




46 


Navy 52 


A 


65 


VPI ^ 46 


H 


32 


Army 44 


A 






54 


George Washington 66 
Miami (Ohio) 42 


H 


68 


North Carolina 66 


H 


30 


North Carolina 34 


H 


11-14 9-7 1947-48 




43 


A 


62 


George Washington 63 


A 


46 


Duke 64 


H 


Maryland 




48 


Miami (Ohiol 58 


A 


70 


VPI 56 


A 


39 


VMl 36 


H 


63 Western Maryland 58 


A 


33 


Cincinnati 70 


A 


46 


Richmond 49 


H 








52 Loyola 63 


H 


53 


VMl 45 


A 


67 


VMl 41 


H 


8-8 


5-5 1942-43 




59 Davidson 58 


H 


66 


Washington & Lee 60 


A 


87 


Washington & Lee 56 


H 


Maryland 
32 






64 Washington & Lee 70 


A 


79 


South Carolina 49 


H 


79 


William & Mary 57 


A 


Richmond 28 


H 


53 VMl 46 


A 


42 


North Carolina 66 


H 


48 


Georgetown 49 


A 


47 


North Carolina 40 


H 


64 Johns Hopkins 53 


A 


52 


Georgetown 56 


H 


47 


Navy 51 


A 


53 


Virginia 49 


H 


46 North Carolina 70 


A 


57 


South Carolina 56 


A 


66 


George Washington 53 


H 


49 


Pennsylvania 51 


A 


42 Duke 53 


A 


49 


Clemson 68 


A 








40 


Washington & Lee 50 


A 


40 Georgetown 52 


A 


66 


Richmond 51 


A 


74 


•Duke 65 




34 


VMl 35 


A 


49 Clemson 42 


H 


42 


George Washington 61 


A 


59 


■Wake Forest 61 




43 


George Washington 48 


A 


44 Virginia 64 


A 


70 


VMl 55 


H 


•s 


C. Tournament 




63 


Navy 54 


A 


47 Navy 51 


A 














40 


Army 44 


M 


68 South Carolina 54 


H 


61 


•North Carolina 79 










43 


Duke 46 


H 


63 VMl 48 


H 


•s 


C Tournament 










55 


Washington & Lee 35 


H 


44 Army 48 


A 















45 



23-7 7-2 1953-54 



53 


South Carolina 


49 


A 


81 


Ciemson 


41 


A 


54 


Watte Forest 


71 


A 


69 


Williams. Marv 


54 


A 


71 


West Vi'ginia 


87 


A 


60 


VPI 


52 


H 


79 


Soulh Carolina 


48 


H 


65 


Arizona State 


50 


A 


66 


Evansville 


58 


A 


54 


Ky Wesleyan 


37 


A 


72 


Richmond 


64 


A 


70 


Virginia 


64 


H 


75 


Ciemson 


54 


H 


56 


Geojgetown 


58 


A 


71 


Richmond 


73 


H 


68 


George Washington 


61 


H 


70 


Virginia 


56 


A 


61 


Tampa 


51 


A 


63 


M>ami (Fla) 


57 


A 


51 


Washington & Lee 


25 


A 


54 


VPI 


41 


A 


76 


Washington Si Lee 


43 


H 


61 


Navy 


60 


A 


74 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


61 


Duke 


68 


H 


53 


Georgetown 


50 


H 


57 


George Washington 


70 


A 


74 


Wilhan^ 8i Mary 


55 


H 


75 


Ciemson 


59 


ACC 


56 


Wake Forest 


64 


ACC 


67 


William Si Mary 


62 


A 


67 


George Washington 


73 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


68 


Ciemson 


66 


H 


58 


N C State 


78 


A 


71 


Wake Forest 


75 


A 


57 


Georgetown 


48 


A 




Tom McMillan 
All American 
1972.73,74 



17-7 10-4 1954-55 



60 


Georgetown 


49 


Duke 


58 


Wake Forest 


72 


Virginia 



83 


Rhode Island 


66 


?S 


Cincinnati 


61 


14-10 


7-7 1955-56 


Maryland 






67 


Virginia 


bb 


52 


William Si Mary 


51 


61 


Wake Forest 


51 


61 


Kentucky 


62 


62 


North Carolina 


68 


75 


Michigan State 


95 


75 


St Francis 


66 


76 


South Carolina 


57 


62 


George Washington 


48 


71 


Ciemson 


63 


59 


South Carolina 


53 


64 


N C State 


73 


62 


Duke 


76 


55 


North Carolina 


64 


62 


Georgetown 


57 


80 


Navy 


61 


70 


Duke 


82 


67 


George Washington 


46 


81 


Ciemson 


69 


71 


N C State 


62 


60 


Wake Forest 


76 


60 


Virginia 


73 


72 


Georgetown 


61 


69 


Duke 


94 


68 


South Carolina 


51 


78 


Virginia 


65 


71 


Ciemson 


63 


68 


South Carolina 


52 


68 


N C State 


64 


53 


George Washington 


75 


60 


Navy 


54 



16-10 9-5 1956-57 



Virginia 


63 


A 


Fordham 


68 


H 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


Kentucky 


76 


A 


North Carolina 


70 


A 


Montana State 


72 


A 


New Mexico A 8< M 


45 


A 


Virginia 


39 


A 


Ciemson 


52 


A 


South Carolina 


68 


A 


Duke 


51 


H 


George Washington 


48 


A 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


Georgetown 


69 


H 


N C State 


66 


H 


Duke 


72 


A 


George Washington 


67 


H 


North Carolina 


65 


H 


Virginia 


64 


H 


N, C, State 


49 


A 


Wake Fo-est 


62 


A 


Navy 


56 


A 


Ciemson 


65 


H 


Georgetown 


59 


A 


Virginia 


68 


ACC 


South Carolina 


74 


ACC 



22-7 9-5 1957-58 



6i" 


George Washington 


55 


H 


61 


Fordham 


58 


A 


71 


Kentucky 


62 


H 


72 


Wake Forest 


58 


H 


88 


Navy 


58 


H 


71 


Vanderbilt 


56 


A 


46 


Memphis State 


47 


A 


72 


South Carolina 


59 


A 


66 


Ciemson 


73 


A 


74 


Duke 


49 


H 


74 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


55 


Georgtlown 


45 


A 


48 


N C State 


57 


H 


64 


Navy 


51 


A 


87 


Virginia 


66 


A 


74 


Wake Forest 


67 


A 


72 


Ciemson 


54 


H 


64 


N C State 


69 


A 


69 


V.rg.nia 


56 


H 


59 


Duke 


68 


A 


59 


North Carolina 


66 


A 


56 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


99 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


70 


Virginia 


66 


ACC 


71 


Duke 


65 


ACC 


86 


North Carolina 


74 


ACC 


86 


Boston College 


63 


NCAA 


67 


Temple 


71 


NCAA 


59 


Manhattan 


55 


NCAA 


0-13 


7-7 1958-59 






wlaiyiann 








53 


N. C State 


55 


H 


62 


Northwestern 


66 


A 


63 


Virginia 


56 


H 


56 


Kentucky 


58 


A 


50 


Navy 


53 


H 


68 


Wake Forest 


65 


H 


45 


Mississippi State 


56 


A 


54 


Loyola 


50 


A 


64 


Duke 


31 


H 


59 


South Carolina 


41 


A 


46 


Ciemson 


55 


A 


61 


Georgetown 


53 


H 


69 


Duke 


78 


A 


57 


North Carolina 


64 


A 


53 


Wake Forest 


56 


A 


•55 


George Washington 


66 


H 


37 


N estate 


53 


A 


77 


Ciemson 


58 


H 


50 


Viroinia 


62 


A 


69 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


67 


Georgetown 


56 


A 


75 


Soulh Carolina 


45 


H 



15-8 9-5 1959-60 

Maryland 
64 George Washington 



59 


Georgetown 


4/ 


Wake Forest 


63 


Indiana 


76 


Fordham 


03 


Yale 


85 


South Carol 


51 


Georgetown 


56 


Duke 


63 


N C Slate 


51 


Navy 


66 


Norih Carol 



62 
48 



64 


Wake Forest 


65 


44 


Virginia 


43 


46 


N C State 


48 


70 


Ciemson 


55 


71 


Duke 


61 


86 


George Washington 


84 


64 


North Carolina 


81 


67 


Ciemson 


59 


72 


South Carolina 


55 


58 


N C State 


74 



14-12 6-8 1960-61 



64 


Penn Stale 


57 


Virginia 


80 


George Washmgto 


64 


Minnesota 


78 


Georgetown 


60 


Wake Forest 


57 


Norih Carolina 


67 


N C Stale 


84 


Wyoming 


72 


South Carolina 


55 


Georgetown 


62 


Duke 


52 


North Carolina 


63 


Navy 


75 


N. estate 


56 


North Carolina 


69 


Wake Forest 


59 


Ciemson 


61 


South Carolina 


66 


N C. State 


76 


Duke 


44 


George Washinglor 


77 


Virginia 


82 


Ciemson 


91 


Ciemson 


76 


Wake Forest 



58 
47 



63 
78 



63 


A 


62 


H 


80 


H 


75 


ACC 


98 


ACC 



8-17 3-11 1961-62 



65 


Penn State 


71 


78 


Georgetown 


79 


68 


N C Stale 


73 


75 


Minnesota 


69 


79 


Wake Forest 


62 


91 


Virginia 


70 


62 


Mississippi State 


64 


64 


Louisville 


33 


67 


George Washington 


' 56 


77 


South Carolina 


86 


83 


Georgetown 


70 


68 


Ouke 


84 


81 


George Washington 


67 


61 


N C State 


68 


71 


Miami (Flal 


68 


58 


Navv 


67 


79 


North Carolina 


62 


68 


South Caronna 


85 


61 


Ciemson 


73 


53 


Duke 


79 


78 


Wake Forest 


81 


67 


North Carolina 


70 


68 


Virginia 


72 


68 


Ciemson 


75 




46 



3-13 


4-10 1962-63 




Ma'vland 






61 


Penn State 


62 


70 


Geofgetown 


79 


56 


Duke 


92 


74 


N C State 


76 


67 


Vi.gm,a 


61 


74 


Wake Fo-est 


85 


68 


South Carol. na 


63 


74 


George Washington 


72 


67 


Navv 


61 


56 


North Carolina 


78 


59 


N C State 


79 


68 


George Washington. 


67 


73 


Georgetown 


72 


68 


North Carolina 


82 


60 


Clemson 


62 


51 


South Carolina 


44 


54 


Wake Forest 


75 


69 


Virginia 


71 


70 


Duke 


76 


69 


Clemson 


67 


41 


Wake Forest 


80 


9-17 


5-9 1963-64 


Marvland 






68 


V.tginia 


58 


72 


Georgeliji/un 


83 


62 


Penn Slate 


91 


72 


N C Slate 


62 


74 


West Virginia 


72 


66 


Clemson 


48 


59 


Tennessee 


70 


75 


LSU 


65 


54 


Arizona 


57 


82 


Columbia 


76 


69 


South Carolina 


73 


55 


Navv 


68 


88 


North Carolina 


97 


65 


N C State 


66 


91 


Wake Forest 


82 


80 


George Washington 


76 


67 


West Virginia 


91 


72 


Duke 


104 


77 


Wake Forest 


79 


74 


North Carolina 


64 


73 


Virginia 


79 


63 


Duke 


84 


78 


Georgetown 


81 


68 


Clemson, 


83 


64 


South Carolina 


74 



18-8 10-4 1964-65 



72 


Penn Stale 


71 


82 


George Washington 


80 


59 


Virginia 


61 


62 


N C State 


63 


73 


West Virginia 


80 


82 


Wake Forest 


64 


61 


Kansas 


63 


66 


Tulsa 


59 


73 


Miami IFIa) 


80 


76 


North Carolina 


68 


67 


Clemson 


65 


76 


South Carolina 


70 


77 


Navv 


68 


93 


Wake Forest 


85 


67 


N C State 


73 


91 


North Carolina 


80 


64 


Duke 


82 


86 


West Virginia 


78 


85 


Georgetown 


67 


52 


Virginia 


47 


70 


Navv 


57 


85 


Duke 


82 


88 


Clemson 


71 


73 


South Carolina 


59 


61 


Clemson 


50 


67 


N C, State 


76 



14-11 7-7 1965-66 



52 
62 
61 
58 
107 
66 
78 
76 
86 



Penn State 

Wake Forest 

N C State 

Kansas 

Kansas State 

Georgetown 

West Virginia 

Houston 

Daylon 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

N C State 

Geofge Washington 

Clemson 

Soulh Carolina 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Ndwy 

West Virg >i>j 

Virginia 

Duke 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

North Carolina 



76 
60 



ACC 
ACC 



11-14 5-9 1966-67 



76 


Penn State 


53 


64 


N C State 


38 


63 


South Carolina 


65 


85 


Virginia 


65 


50 


Oklahoma State 


49 


53 


Memphis State 


55 


59 


Wake Forest 


68 


66 


Davidson 


65 


57 


Armv 


54 


60 


N. C. Stale 


55 


82 


West Virginia 


81 


69 


Duke 


72 


68 


Clemson 


48 


58 


West Virginia 


61 


53 


South Carol. na 


80 


77 


North Carolina 


85 


78 


George Washington 


52 


49 


Georgetown 


80 


87 


Virginia 


76 


65 


Navy 


66 


58 


Duke 


81 


78 


North Carolina 


79 


61 


Clemson 


65 


64 


Wake Forest 


78 


54 


South Carolina 


57 


8-16 


4-10 1967-68 


Maryland 






71 


Penn State 


76 


84 


George Washington 


53 


62 


N C Stale 


75 


66 


Soulh Carolina 


65 


60 


Wake Forest 


73 


53 


Texas El Paso 


70 


72 


Southern Illinois 


73 


59 


Sooth Carolina 


68 


52 


N C State 


68 


79 


West Virginia 


75 


52 


Duke 


84 


93 


Clemson 


94 


76 


Navv 


72 


73 


Miami IFIal 


93 


67 


North Carolina 


73 


64 


Duke 


85 


66 


West Virginia 


83 


85 


Virginia 


76 


87 


Wake Forest 


74 


60 


North Carolina 


83 


81 


Clemson 


68 


68 


Virginia 


70 


68 


Georgetown 


60 



8-18 2-12 1968-69 



66 


Penn State 


65 


West Virginia 


67 


South Carolina 


63 


Princeton 


87 


Wake Forest 


99 


George Wash ingt 


89 


Marshall 


35 


Miami (Flal 


69 


Davidson 


95 


Wichita 


71 


Wake Forest 


69 


N. C State 


67 


South Carolina 


85 


Duke 


83 


Clemson 


77 


Virginia 


87 


North Carolina 


81 


N C State 


91 


West Virginia 


83 


Duke 


68 


Navy 


78 


Virginia 


86 


Norih Carolina 


84 


Clemson 


83 


Georgetown 


71 


South Carolina 


13-13 


5-9 19 






97 


Butlalo 


92 


George Washmgt 


67 


Princeton 


87 


Wake Forest 


68 


South Carolina 


54 


Army 


94 


Fordham 


94 


Delaware 


57 


N C State 


96 


Wake Forest 


83 


West Virginia 


44 


South Carolina 


75 


Clemson 


73 


Navy 


97 


Maine 


52 


Duke 


69 


North Carolina 


54 


N C State 


81 


Georgetown 


69 


Virginia 


83 


North Carolina 


76 


Duke 


103 


Clemson 


78 


West Virginia 


79 


Virginia 


57 


N. C State 



56 
36 



95 
96 



93 
85 
69 
96 



104 
101 
69 



68 
50 



90 
87 




Len Elmore 
All American 
1973, 74 

14-12 5-9 1970-71 



86 


Delaware 


73 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


85 


Leh.gh 


66 


72 


Wake Forest 


71 


70 


South Carolina 


96 


79 


Georgetown 


96 


80 


Tampa 


72 


111 


Miami (Fla.l 


77 


99 


Richmond 


67 


81 


N C State 


83 


31 


South Carolina 


30 


56 


Clemson 


52 


69 


George Washington 


67 


88 


Loyola (Md 1 


69 


70 


North Carolina 


105 


61 


N C State 


71 


88 


Duke 


79 



North Carolina 


100 


Seton Hall 


55 


Clemson 


51 


West Virginia 


83 


Wake Forest 


72 


Virginia 


84 



27-5 8-4 1971-72 



18 


Guotge Washington 


96 


57 


Virginia 


78 


79 


Gi'OrgL'tOwn 


46 


86 


Camsius 


77 


73 


Loyola 


60 


0? 


Holy Cross 


79 


03 


WL-stern Kn.iucky 


6/ 


90 


St Johns 


69 


83 


N C State 


70 


61 


Clemson 


63 


49 


Wake Fon-si 


46 


85 


Navy 


60 


82 


Bullaio 


58 


72 


North Carolina 


92 


66 


N C state 


65 


77 


Duke 


58 


85 


DuMUL'soe 


71 


78 


Long Island Umu 


60 


79 


North Carolina 


77 


67 


Clemson 


57 



Wake Forest 



North Carohna 
St Joseph s 
Syracuse 



23-7 75 1972-73 



91 
89 



Richmond 

Canisius 

Georgetown 

George Wdshmc 

Georgia Tech 

Syacusi.' 

Knit SiJie 

Clemson 

Virginia 

N C State 

Nd>/y 

Wake Forest 

Long Island 

Nor ih Carolina 

N C Slate 

Duke 

Fordham 

Buffalo 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duquesne 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

N C State 

Providence 



ACC 
ACC 
ACC 

NIT 
NIT 
NIT 
NIT 



ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
NCAA 

NCA/i 




John Lucas 

All American 

1975,76 



47 




23-5 9-3 1973-74 



64 
106 
115 
78 
53 
102 



112 
72 
86 
73 
80 

104 
88 
92 
91 
56 
98 
64 
77 

110 
85 

105 

100 



UCLA 

Eastern Kentucky 

Georgetown 

San Francisco 

Santa Clara 

Holy Cross 

Boston College 

Rictimond 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

N,C State 

Fordham 

Navy 

Canisius 

North Carolina 

N C State 

Duke 

Virginia 

George Washington 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duquesne 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

N C. State 



24-5 10-2 1974-75 



106 
99 
99 

104 

113 
81 

105 
75 
96 
90 
83 



82 
66 
98 
86 
65 

104 
96 
70 

103 
70 

104 
85 
83 
83 
82 



Richmond 

Wake Forest 

Long Island 

Georgetown 

DePauw 

George Washington 

Georgia Tech 

UCLA 

Appalachian State 

Notre Dame 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

N C, State 

Navy 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

N C- State 

Virginia 

Fordham 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duquesne 

Clemson 

East Tennessee 

N C State 

Creighton 

Notre Dame 

Louisville 



22-6 7-5 1975-76 



127 


East Carolina 


99 


DePauw 


98 


Richmond 


122 


Boston University 


93 


Georgia Tech 


81 


Fordham 


70 


UNC— Charlotte 


104 


Seton Hall 



65 
57 
83 
60 
32 



60 
60 
59 
80 
73 
50 
73 
82 
86 
83 



68 
75 
66 

85 

103 



81 
78 
84 
71 
49 
67 
67 
81 
50 
82 
77 
73 
85 
73 
83 
69 
97 
79 
46 
80 
74 
51 
82 
64 
87 
87 
79 
71 
96 



42 
71 
82 
55 
56 
60 



ACC 
ACC 
ACC 



66 
111 
82 
93 
87 
87 
77 
93 
102 
69 
69 
102 
69 
98 



105 
81 
80 



Princeton 

Long Island 

George Washington 

Wake Forest 

N C. State 

Navy 

Clemson 

North Carolina (ot) 

N C State 

Notre Dame 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Georgetown 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke (ot) 

Virginia 



59 
88 
72 
96 
69 
69 
82 
95 
84 
63 



78 ACC 
73 ACC 



19-8 7-5 1976-77 



H 

H 

ACC 

NCAA 

NCAA 

NCAA 



49 
58 
80 
92 
76 
106 
84 
96 
90 
85 
87 
62 
71 
68 
75 
76 
82 
65 
70 
84 



81 
68 



Notre Dame (ot) 

Ball State 

Long Island 

Princeton 

East Carolina 

DePaul 

Appalachian St 

Bucknell 

Xavier 

Syracuse 

Richmond 

Wake Forest (ot) 

N C State 

Navy 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

N C Slate 

George Washington 

Virginia 

Duke (ot) 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Pittsburgh 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

N C State 



15-13 3-9 1977-78 



95 
78 
91 
89 
130 
90 
94 
99 
91 
65 
78 
75 
82 



Bucknell 

American 

Georgetown 

Penn State 

East Carolina 

George Washington 

Long Island 

Aimy 

Western Kentucky 

Georgia Tech 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

N C State 



80 
70 
45 
45 
69 
74 
74 
72 
74 
85 
87 
86 
80 
54 
93 
71 
73 
86 
67 
64 
97 
78 
75 
72 
80 
77 
82 



62 
65 
87 
80 
106 
101 
64 
77 
78 
63 
88 
84 
88 



H 
NEU. 



A 
ACC 



74 


Air Force 


/J 


hi 


9(1 


Clemson 


75 


H 


71 


North Carolina 


85 


A 


73 


N C State 


80 


H 


54 


Notre Dame 


69 


A 


64 


Virginia 


66 


A 


81 


Nevada/Las Vegas 


68 


H 


64 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


80 


Clemson 


75 


A 


86 


Pittsburgh (ot) 


89 


A 


/() 


Duke 


81 


A 


91 


Wake Forest 


89 


H 


/O 


Virginia 


79 


H 


09 


NO, State (3 ot) 


108 


ACC 


69 


Duke 


81 


ACC 



19-11 6-6 1978-79 

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 NoiTh 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 



24 7 11-3 1979-80 



82 
56 
71 
72 

113 
70 
95 

115 
85 
83 

'84 
62 
95 
84 
92 
66 
63 
63 

101 
70 
81 
99 
85 
61 
83 
82 
52 
91 
72 
86 
68 



U-M E.S. 
Penn State 
Georgetown 
Brown 

Catholic 

Georgia Tech 

Bucknell 

Miami (Ohio) 

Temple 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

Pittsburgh 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

N C. State 

Notre Dame 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Boston 

East Carolina 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech (ot) 

Clemson 

Duke 

Tennessee 

Georgetown 



Maryland 



86 
95 
96 
83 

109 
67 
82 
66 

114 
74 
69 
66 
94 
64 
68 
81 
70 
69 
72 
60 
54 
72 
63 
94 
76 
63 
56 
85 
60 
81 
64 



Navy 

American 

Wagner 

Syracuse 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Louisville 

N.C, STATE (OTI 

GEORGIA TECH 

Marshall 

St. Joseph's 

William & Mary 

NORTH CAROLINA 

DUKE 

VIRGINIA 

CLEMSON lOTI 

U.M.E.S. 

Notre Dame 

Pittsburgh lOTI 

GEORGIA TECH 

WAKE FOREST 

DUKE 

CLEMSON 

NORTH CAROLINA 

WAKE FOREST 

N.C.STATE 

VIRGINIA 

DUKE 

VIRGINIA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Tenn Chattanooga 

Indiana 



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 


ACI 


102 


ACC 



21-10 8-6 1980-81 



64 
65 
73 
73 
83 
78 
75 
55 
89 
57 
64 
75 
79 
66 
62 
65 
73 
66 
64 
67 
55 
70 
76 
80 
72 
74 
53 
62 
61 
69 
99 



NIT 
NIT 



58 

55 

83 

59 

79 

60 

73 

76 

63 

73 

76 

67 

83 

83 

86 

62 

64 

61 

82 

69 

90 

76 

72 

66 

77 

71 

49 ACC 

85 ACC 

73 ACC 
75 NCAA 

74 NCAA 



H 

H 

A 

A 

ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
NCAA 
NCAA 



16 13 5-9 198182 



Maiy 


and 






49 


St. Peter's 


42 


H 


82 


Lafayette 


58 


H 


87 


Long Island 


79 


H 


74 


George Mason 


62 


H 


76 


Md. (Eastern Stiore) 


64 


H 


75 


Towson State 


59 


H 


53 


N.C. STATE 


74 


A 


90 


Ohio University 


64 


H 


43 


GEORGIA TECH 


45 


H 


57 


UCLA 


90 


A 


50 


NORTH CAROLINA 


66 


H 


40 


DUKE 


36 


A 


40 


VIRGINIA (OTI 


45 


A 


62 


CLEMSON 


57 


H 


91 


Canisius 


73 


H 


51 


Notre Dame 


55 


A 


50 


William & Mary 


43 


A 


63 


GEORGIA TECH 


64 


A 


61 


WAKE FOREST 


56 


H 


77 


DUKE 


60 


H 


94 


Hofstra 


59 


H 


56 


NORTH CAROLINA 


59 


A 


66 


CLEMSON 


75 


A 


42 


WAKE FOREST 


48 


A 


38 


N.C.STATE 


52 


H 


47 


VIRGINIA (OTI 


46 


H 


28 


N.C. State 


40 


ACC 


66 


Richmond (NITI 


50 


A 


69 


Georgia (NITI 


83 


A 




Albert King 

All American 

1979-80 



48 



Statistical Leaders 



CAREER SCORING 



SINGLE SEASON SCORING 



2.058 


Albert King 


1977-81 


2,015 


John Lucas 


1972-76 


1,807 


Tom McMIIIen 


1971-74 


1,607 


Ernesf Graham 


1977-81 


1.561 


Greg Manning 


1977-81 


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 


Mo Howard 


1972-76 


1.153 


Buck Williams 


1978-81 


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 


868 


Rod Horst 


1967-70 


854 


Bruce Kelleher 


1958-61 



SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING 



412 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 


363 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


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 


27! 


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 


242 


Buck Williams 


1979-80 


241 


Al Bunge 


1958-59 


241 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 



674 


Albert King 


1979-80 


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 


559 


Albert King 


1980-81 


557 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


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 


1955-56 


487 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


483 


Ernest Graham 


1979-80 


482 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


471 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


469 


John Lucas 


1974-75 


469 


Gary Ward 


1964-65 


448 


Ernest Graham 


1980-81 


444 


Albert King 


1978-79 


442 


Adrian Branch 


1981-82 


431 


Owen Brown 


1974-75 


430 


Larry Gibson 


1978-79 


430 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


428 


Rod Horst 


1969-70 


424 


John Lucas 


1972-73 


423 


Lawrence Boston 


1977-78 


422 


Greg Manning 


1980-81 


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 
2 I by Tom McMillen vs 

Georgetown Freshmen, 

1971 
31 by Tom McMillen vs 

West Virginia 

Freshmen. 1971 



49 



STaTI< 


Careei 


Scoring 


2058 


King — Maryland 


2032 


F. Hetzel - Davidson 


2015 


Lucas - Maryland 


1807 


McMillen - Maryland 


1693 


Snyder - Davidson 


1607 


Graham — Maryland 


1561 


Manning — Maryland 


1344 


Knowles - Davidson 


1338 


Jarman - Davidson 


1235 


O'Brien - Maryland 


1219 


Sheppard - Maryland 


1198 


Gibson - Maryland 


1191 


Maloy - Davidson 


1161 


Howard - Maryland 


1153 


B. Williams — Maryland 


1067 


Holland - Davidson 


1026 


B. Davis - Maryland 


1017 


Holland - Davidson 


1017 


Elmore - Maryland 


1013 


Huckel - Davidson 


1007 


Boston - Maryland 


Season Scoring 


753 


Snyder - Davidson 


739 


Maloy - Davidson 


709 


F. Hetzel - Davidson 


689 


F. Hetzel - Davidson 


674 


King - Maryland 


667 


McMillen - Maryland 


634 


W. Hetzel - Maryland 


616 


McMillen - Maryland 


564 


Lucas - Maryland 


559 


King — Maryland 


557 


Lucas - Maryland 


542 


Knowles - Davidson 


536 


Jarman - Davidson 


525 


Snyder - Davidson 


524 


McMillen - Maryland 


499 


Graham - Maryland 


498 


O'Brien - Maryland 


496 


Knowles - Davidson 


494 


Sheppard - Maryland 


483 


Graham - Maryland 


482 


B. Williams - Maryland 


471 


Manning - Maryland 


469 


Lucas - Maryland 


469 


Kroll - Davidson 


454 


Huckel - Davidson 


452 


Maloy - Davidson 



Statistical Leaders Coached by Driesell 



Single Game Scoring 

53 F. Hetzel — Davidson 

46 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

46 Snyder - Davidson 

44 Graham - Maryland 

41 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

40 Snyder - Davidson 

39 Holland - Davidson 

39 Jarman - Davidson 

39 Snyder - Davidson 

39 Knowles - Davidson 

38 King - Maryland 

38 Snyder (2) - Davidson 

38 White - Maryland 

38 O'Brien - Maryland 

35 F. 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 12) - Maryland 

32 King — Maryland 

32 Maloy - Davidson 



32 McMillen (3) - Maryland 

31 Graham ~ Maryland 

31 F. 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 

Career Rebounding 

1094 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

1053 Elmore - Maryland 

928 B. Williams - Maryland 

895 Gibson - Maryland 

859 McMillen - Maryland 

804 Knowles - Davidson 

768 Maloy - Davidson 

758 Jarman - Davidson 

715 King - Maryland 

648 Snyder - Davidson 

630 Holland - Davidson 

629 Boston - Maryland 

586 Roy - Maryland 

582 Sheppard - Maryland 

Season Rebounding 

429 Maloy - Davidson 

41 2 Elmore - Maryland 

384 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

363 B. Williams - Maryland 

359 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

351 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

351 Elmore - Maryland 

339 Maloy - Davidson 

323 Knowles - Davidson 

323 B. Williams - Maryland 

321 Roy - Maryland 

306 McMillen - Maryland 

290 Elmore - Maryland 

287 Cook - Davidson 

284 McMillen - Maryland 

281 Jarman - Davidson 

276 Knowles - Davidson 

Single Game Rebounding 

27 F. Hetzel — Davidson 

26 Elmore — Maryland 

25 F. Hetzel — Davidson 

24 Elmore (2t - Maryland 

23 Knowles — Davidson 

23 Maloy - Davidson 

22 B. Williams (2) - Maryland 

22 Markee - Davidson 

22 Snyder - Davidson 

21 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

21 Elmore 121 Maryland 

21 Maloy - Davidson 

21 M. Davis - Maryland 

20 Knowles — Davidson 

20 Elmore (2) - Maryland 

20 Roy - Maryland 



Career Assists 

514 Lucas — Maryland 

460 Morley - Maryland 

431 B. Davis - Maiyland 

346 Graham - Maryland 

304 King - Maryland 

271 Manning - Maryland 

244 Moser - Davidson 

241 Bodt-ll - Maryland 

219 Howard - Maiyland 

215 O'Bni'n - Maiyland 



Career Scoring Average 

25.7 F. Hetzel - Davidson 
21.2 Snyder - Davidson 
20.5 McMillen - Maryland 
20.2 Maloy - Davidson 

Season Assists 

178 Lucas - Maryland 

165 B. Davis - Maryland 

159 Lucas - Maryland 

136 Graham - Maryland 

135 Wiles - Maryland 

134 B. Davis - Maryland 

132 B. Davis - Maryland 

Single Game Assists 

12 Morley (2) - Maryland 

12 Lucas (21 - Maryland 

12 Porac - Maryland 

11 Morley (3) - Maryland 

1 1 B. Davis - Maryland 

10 Morley (3) - Maryland 

10 Wiles - Maryland 

10 Lucas — Maryland 

10 B. Davis (2) - Maryland 

Career Field Goal .Pet 

.615 B. Williams - Maryland 

.583 Manning - Maryland 

,576 Boston - Maryland 

.556 Snyder - Davidson 

.555 McMillen - Maryland 

.554 F. 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 

.515 King - Maryland 

Team Free Throw .Pet 

.762 Davidson 1965-66 

.758 Maryland 1975-76 

.757 Maryland 1974-75 

.757 Davidson 1966-67 

.751 Maryland 1981-82 

.746 Maryland 1973-74 

.746 Maryland 1971-72 

Season Field Goal .Pet 

.647 B. Williams - Maryland 

.643 Manning - Maryland 

.631 Holland - Davidson 

.611 Pitiman - Maryland 

.606 B. Williams - Maryland 

.606 Roy - Maryland 

598 Bodell - Maryland 

.598 Gibson - Maryland 

.597 Boston - Maryland 

.587 Gibson - Maryland 

.585 McMillen - Maryland 

.583 B. Williams - Maryland 

.580 B. Davis - Maryland 

.580 Bosion - Maryland 

.579 F. Helzel - Davidson 

.572 Howard - Maryland 

.567 She|)paid - Maryland 

.566 Maloy - Davidson 

.563 Snyder - Davidson 

.558 Mdiining - Maryland 

.556 Knowlfs — Davidson 

.555 Siiydi'i - Davidson 

.555 O'Brien - Maiyland 

.554 Gibson - Maryland 



553 King - Maryland 

.553 Youngdale — Maryland 

.553 Howard - Maryland 

.552 Morley - Maryland 

.551 Gibson - Maryland 

.550 Manning — Maryland 

Season Free Throw .Pet 

.908 Manning — Maryland 

.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 

.821 Manning — Maryland 

.821 King - Maryland 

.820 B. Davis - Maryland 

.817 McMillen - Maryland 

.812 King — Maryland 

.806 Snyder - Davidson 

.803 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

.800 McMillen - Maryland 



Career Free Throw iPet 

.858 Manning - Maryland 

.849 Kroll - Davidson 

.825 Moser - Davidson 

.816 Beerman — Davidson 

.814 Evans — Davidson 

.807 Snyder — Davidson 

803 O'Brien - Maryland 

.799 McMillen - Maryland 

.791 Morley - Maryland 

.789 F. Hetzel - Davidson 

.778 Lucas - Maryland 

.777 Youngdale — Davidson 

.775 King — Maryland 

.764 Howard - Maryland 



Team Field Goal .Pet 

.551 Maryland 1979-80 2nd 

in Nation 
.547 Maryland 1974-75 

NCAA Record 
.543 Davidson 1963 64 

NCAA Record 
.537 Maryland 1975-76 Led 

Nation 
.532 Maryland 1980-81 
.520 Maryland 1972-73 2nd 

in Nation 
.516 Maryland 1976 77 
.512 Davidson 1965-66 2nd 

in Nation 
.510 Maryland 1973-74 7th 

in Nation 
.509 Davidson 1964-65 2nd 

inNation 
.509 Maryland 1977 78 



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Awards 



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From College Park 




ALBERT KING (81) 

1st Round 10th Pick 
New Jersey Nets 




LEN ELMORE (74) 

1st Round 13th Pick 

Washington Bullets 

Present • Milwaukee Bucks 




BRAD DAVIS (77) 

1st Round 15th Pick 

Los Angeles Lakers 

Present • Dallas Mavericks 




BARRY YATES (71) 

8th Round Pick 
Philadelphia 76'ers 




STEVE SHEPPARD (77) 

2nd Round Pick 
Chicago Bulls 




ERNEST GRAHAM (81) 

3rd Round Pick 
Philadelphia 76'ers 




JIM O'BRIEN (73) 

3rd Round Pick 
Portland Trailblazers 




OWEN BROWN (75) 

9th Round Pick 
Phoenix Suns 




BOB BODELL (73) 

10th Round Pick 
Seattle Supersonics 




HOWARD WHITE (73) 

14th Round Pick 
Capital Bullets 



52 



To The Pro Ranks 






JOHN LUCAS (76) 

1st Round 1st Pick 
Houston Rockets 



BUCK WILLIAMS (81) 

1st Round 3rd Pick 
New Jersey Nets 



TOM McMILLEN (74) 

1st Round 9th Pick 

Buffalo Braves 

Present ■ Atlanta Hawks 




TOM ROY (75) 

3rd Round Pick 
Portland Trailblazers 




MO HOWARD (75) 

2nd Round Pick 
Cleveland Cavaliers 







LARRY GIBSON (79) 

3rd Round Pick 

Milwaukee Bucks 

Present • Italy 



LAWRENCE BOSTON (78) 

4th Round Pick 
Washington Bullets 



GREG MANNING (81) 

7th Round Pick 
Denver Nuggets 



Charles Pittman 

Third Round Pick 
Phoenix Suns 



53 



Former Terrapin Greats 




LEN ELMORE 

On Coach Driesell: 

"Overall I think in the three years 
we played basketball we were never 
underprepared for any particular 
game. We were never lacking for 
direction and knew what was ex- 
pected of us as a team and as in- 
divuals." 

"In my game, Coach taught me to 
recognize my strengths and accent- 
uate them and helped me to realize 
my weaknesses and work to develop 
them into strengths. He was and is 
a prime motivator." 

On the ACC: 

"One thing that sticks out in my 
mind is the degree of competitive- 
ness within the league. Not that 
other leagues aren't competitive, 
but in the ACC basketball is almost 
a religion. People seemed a bit 
more fervent in the belief of their 
team. The intensity was unreal." 

On Maryland 

"I couldn't have been happier with 
my choice. Maryland is very much a 
cosmopolitan school. It is in close 
proximity to our seat of government 
and the entertainment and cultural 
offerings of the city are unsur- 
passed." 



GREG MANNING 

On Maryland's Location: 

"I think that there is something very 
special that College Park offers to 
its students, that being the certain 
special people that have dual 
careers such as teaching here at 
the University and working at the 
same time in a variety of fields in 
government and corporate enter- 
prises. So what you get is an edu- 
cation that goes beyond the text- 
books. 

On Coach Driesell: 

"He was not only a coach on the 
floor but a man who cared about 
what you did when you left Mary- 
land. He was not only concerned 
with your basketball career but 
with your career after the playing 
days ended. — As far as on the court 
goes, I can't remember any point in 
any game that we weren't prepared 
for . . . never did I feel a situation 
presented itself that we, as a team, 
couldn't handle." 

On the ACC: 

"The best league in the country, by 
far.! 





BUCK WILLIAMS 

On Playing in Cole Field House: 

"You've got 14,500 people scream- 
ing down your throat . . . and here 
you are, a country boy or a city 
boy . . . it's unreal and you've 
never been in a situation of that 
sort. It's very tough to get used 
to being there but I wouldn't trade 
it for the world." 

On Playing in the ACC: 

"Playing in the ACC really brl.igs 
the best out in all players, because 
each night you know you will be 
playing against some of the tough- 
est players in the country. So it 
really makes you dig deep within 
yourself. You go out and you jump 
higher than you've ever jumped be- 
fore . . . you run faster than you've 
ever run before. I think the ACC is 
the greatest league in the whole 
world." 

On Maryland: 

"I think the University of Maryland 
made the difference (in me) in ex- 
panding and developing my game 
as well as my overall education. I 
came to a great University which 
exposed me to different areas of 
education as well as basketball. I 
felt we had the best basketball pro- 
gram in the country as well as one 
of the finest coaches in Lefty 
Driesell." 



54 



Talk About Maryland 



TOM McMILLEN 

On Coach Driesell: 

"Coach Driesell is a very lough 
thorough coach who tries to cover 
every phase of the game of basket- 
ball from the fundamentals to the 
motivation. Everything that revolves 
around you as a student athlete, he 
tries to cover and that's very im- 
portant." 

"The greatest thing that Coach has 
going for him is his enthusiasm and 
great feeling toward victory. I think 
very few people have his dedication 
and willingness to sacrifice . . . and 
that's what makes him a great 
coach." 

On Maryland — its Campus, ifs 
People, its Opportunities: 

"In coming to Maryland from a 
small town, I was thrust into a 
vibrant, active place — a place 
where thousands of students and 
faculty and people intermingle 
everyday. Size, people can some- 
times criticize, but size also means 
diversity and diversity means that 
you have a chance to get what you 
want and that's an important factor 
in a University." 



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ALBERT KING 

On Coach Driesell: 

"Playing for Coach Driesell was a 
great experience. He's a fun-loving 
man, but then again, he could be 
a discipline man. And that's what 
everyone needs — discipline . . . 
not only for basketball but for life 
itself. He really gets you up for 
every game." 

Preparation for the Pros: 

"The offense was set as a pro-set. 
We passed the ball, ran the fast 
break, played man to man defense. 
This is something you have to do to 
prepare yourself to play In the pro 
ranks and something to be very 
conscious of when you're selecting 
a school." 

Upon Leaving MD: 

"Something I'll really miss Is just 
the closeness. I'm sure it sounds a 
little corny, but It's something that 
I found personally to be true — that 
Maryland was just a great experi- 
ence for the whole team." 



DUTCH MORLEY 

On Coach Driesell: 

"Playing basketball at the University 
of Maryland under Coach Driesell 
is something that I will never forget. 
He is an intense individual who is 
involved in each person as an in- 
dividual as well as a basketball 
player." 

On Maryland: 

"Knowing that I planned to stay in 
the Washington area following grad- 
uation, Maryland became the log- 
ical choice of school — a choice 
I'm glad I made and wouldn't change 
if I had to do it again. Attending 
the University gave me the oppor- 
tunity to meet many prominent 
people while also taking part in a 
basketball program that ranks 
among the best in the nation." 

Playing in Cole: 

"The emotions surrounding the 
basketball program and every 
basketball game is incredible. The 
14,500 fans that packed Cole 
Field House for nearly every home 
game was an experience I'll never 
forget." 




55 



Terrapin Award Winners 



1969-70 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Will 

Hetzel 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Will Hetzel 
Best Defensive Player — Sparky Still 
Best Rebounder — Rod Horst 
Most Valuable Player — Rod Horst 



1970-71 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution 

Flowers 
Best Defensive Player — Sparky Still 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Jim O'Brien 
Best Rebounder — Barry Yates 
Most Valuable Player — Barry Yates 



— Jay 





McMillen 



Hahn 



1971-72 

Avis Special Service Award — Charlie Blank 
Most Valuable Player — Len Elmore & Tom McMillen 
Seidenspinner Award for Outstanding Senior — 

Charlie Blank 
Most Team Spirit — Howard White 
Most Improved Player — Darrell Brown 
Academic All-American — Tom McMillen 
Alvin Aubinoe 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 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 





O'Brien 



Bodell 



1973-74 



Gibson 



Hetzel 



Yates 



All-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 

Brown, Len Elmore (Second Team) 
AP All-American — Tom McMillen, John Lucas 
Fastbreakers Special Award — Charles 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 DPI First Team — John Lucas 
Best Free Throw Shooter — John Lucas 
Best Rebounder — Tom Roy 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Maurice "Mo" 

Howard 
All ACC Tournament — Maurice "Mo" Howard 
All ACC — Maurice "Mo" Howard 



56 



Terrapin Award Winners 



1975-76 

Best Free Throw Shooter — James Tillman 

Best Defensive Player — Maurice "Mo" Howard 

Chris Patton Outstanding Rebounder Award — 
Lawrence Boston 

Alvln 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 AII-ACC — John Lucas 

Total Performance for Overall Excellence and Con- 
sistency — Steve Sheppard 

Most Assists — Brad Davis 

All ACC Tournament — Brad Davis 



1976-77 

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 
Most Assists — Brad Davis 
Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior Award — 

Steve Sheppard 
Overall Performance Award — Larry Gibson 





Elmore 



1977-78 



Larry 



AII-ACC Tournament — Lawrence Boston, 

Gibson (2nd Team) 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Jo Jo Hunter 
Outstanding Academic Award — Eric 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 

AII-ACC — Larry Gibson (2nd team) 

AII-ACC Tournament — Larry Gibson (2nd team) 





Lucas 



ACC Rookle-of-the-Year — Buck Williams 
Honorable Mention All-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 



1979-80 

ACC Player of the Year — Albert King 
Associated Press First Team All-American — Albert 

King 
United Press International Second Team All-American 

— Albert King 
Honorable Mention All-American — Buck Williams 
AII-ACC Second Team — Buck Williams and Greg 

Manning 
Everett N. Case ACC Tournament M.V.P. — Albert 

King 
ACC All-Tournament First Team — Albert King and 

Greg Manning 
ACC All-Tournament Second Team — Buck Williams 

and Ernest Graham 
Academic AII-ACC First Team — Greg Manning 
ACC Coach of the Year — Charles G. Drlesell 
District III Coach of the Year — Charles G. Drlesell 
1979 Maryland Invitational Tournament M.V.P. — 

Albert King 




Boston 



Sheppard 



Davis 



57 



Terrapin Award Winners 



1979-80 (contd.) 

U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-Districts First 

Team — Albert King 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Greg Manning 
Outstanding Academic Award — David Henderson 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Reggie Jackson 
Chris Patton Best Rebounder — Buck Williams 
Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution 

to Tearn — Dutch Morley 
Owen BrcAvn Most Valuable Player Award — Albert 

King 
Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — John 

Bilney 
Most Improved Player — Taylor Baldwin 
Most Assists — Ernest Graham 
Kirin World Cup M.V.P. — Ernest Graham 

1980-81 

The Sporting News First Team Ail-American — Albert 

King 
United Press International Ail-American (Second 

Team) — Albert King 
Associated Press All-American (Honorable Mention) 

— Albert King, Buck Williams and Greg Manning 
Basketball Weekly Second Team All-American — 

Buck Williams 
Basketball Writers All-District Team — Albert King 

and Buck Williams 
AII-ACC Second Team — Albert King and Buck 

Williams 
AII-ACC Tournament Team — Albert King and Buck 



Williams (First Team) Ernest Graham (Second 

Team ) 
CoSIDA District III All-Academic Team — Greg 

Manning 
Most Valuable Player, Carrier Classic — Greg 

Manning 
All-Tournament Team, Carrier Classic — Greg Man- 
ning, Albert King and Buck Williams 
Most Valuable Player, Maryland Invitational — Albert 

King 
All-Tournament Team, Maryland Invitational — Albert 

King, Dutch Morley, Ernest Graham and Buck 

Williams 
Voted to Pizza Hut All-Star Game (eight man east 
squad) — Albert King 
Selected for Aloha Classic — Albert King, Ernest 

Graham 
Most Assists Award — Ernest Graham 
Outstanding Free Throw Shooting Award — Greg 

Manning 
Most Improved Player Award — Steve Rivers 
Chris Patton Rebounding Award — Buck Williams 
Outstanding Defensive Player Award — Buck 

Williams 
Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution 

Award — Charles Pittman 
Outstanding Academic Award — Greg Manning , 
Owen Brown MVP Award — Albert King and Buck 

Williams 
AlvIn Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award 

— Albert King 







King 



Graham 



Manning 



Williams 



1981 -82 

Most Assists Award — Dutch Morley 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting Award — Dutch Morley 
Most Improved Player Award — Charles Pittman 
Chris Patton Rebounding Award — Herman Veal 

Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution Award — Herman Veal 
Outstanding Academic Award — Jeff Adklns 
Owen Brown MVP Award — Adrian Branch 
Outstanding Defensive Player Award — Jeff Adkins 

Alvin C. Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution Award — Dutch Morley 
Basketball Weekly 1982 Frechman All-American - 2nd Team — Adrian Branch 
Basketball Weekly 1982 Freshman All-American - Honorable Mention — Jeff 
Adkins 




Morley 



58 



82-83 
Opponents 




Penn 
State 



November 27 8:00 P.M. 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore Civic Center 




Location: University Park, 
Pennsylvania 

Nickname: Nittany Lions 

Home Court: Rec. Hall (7,2001 

Head Coach: Dick Harter 
( Pennsylvania '53 ) 

Record at School: 62-50. 4 years 

Overall Record: 279-184, 17 years 

1981-82 Record: 15-12 

Returning Lettermen: Dwight Gib- 
son, 6'0", 5.i: Wally Choice, 
6'5", 1.9; Brian Dean, 6'0", Jim 
Forjan, 6'0", 2.3; Craig Collins 
6'3", 3.6; Tom McCluskey, 6'7" 
Dick Mumma, 6' I I ", 3.6; Rict 
Fetter, 6'7", 8.6; David Griffin 
6'6", 5.8; Mike Lang, 6'9", 1 0. 1 

Top Newcomers: Alex Agudio 
6'3"; Vince Garlick. 6'!"; Terry 
Graves, 6'7"; Matt Moser, 6'8" 

Lettermen Lost: Mike Edelman 
6'2", 9.0; Craig Buffle, 6'3', 3.6 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Colors: Blue and White 




Dick Harter 
Head Coach 



Mike Long 



Sports Information Director: Dave 

Baker 
Office Phone: (814) 865-1757 
Home Phone: (814) 237-8619 
Series Record: 7-5 Maryland 



Maryland 
Eastern Shore 

December 1 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Princess Anne, Maryland 

Nickname: hHawks 

Home Court: Tawes Gymnasium 

(3,000) 
Head Coach: Kirkland Hall 
Record at School: 51-71 
Overall Record: 51-71 
1981-82 Record: 6 20 
Returning Lettermen: Al Faulks, 
6'l", 17.1; Allen Dovenport, 6'4", 

11.5; Larry Farrare, 6'4", 9.7; 

Robert Boney, 6'5", 6.8; Glenn 

WInbush, 6'5", 5.5; Gerald Best, 

6' I", 7.3; Mike Morrison, 6*6", 

2.1. 
Top Newcomers: Michael Ewing, 

6'4"; Donald Laird, 6'7", Ricky 

Alston, 6'3"; Benji Lewis, 6'0"; 

John Moorman, 6'7". 
Lettermen Lost: Marlowe Barkley, 

6'6", 16.8. 
Conference: MEAC (Mid-Eastern 

Athletic Conference) 
Colors: Maroon and Gray 




Kirkland Hill 
Head Coach 



Craig 

(301) 651-2200 



Sports Information Director: 

Cotton 

Office Phone 

(Ext. 59 1 ) 
Home Phone: 
Series Record: 



(301 ) 549-1860 
3-0 Maryland 



Canisius 
College 

December 4 8:00 P.M. 
Buffalo, Uew York 




Location: Buffalo, New York 

Nickname: Golden Griffins 

Home Court: Buffalo Memorial 
Auditorium (17,900) 

Head Coach: Nicholas Macarchuk 
(Fairfield University '62) 

Record at School: 62-70, 6 years 

Overall Record: 62-70, 6 years 

1981-82 Record: 19-8 

Returning Lettermen: Ray Hall, 
6'3", 16.8; Lee Stringfellow, 6'9", 
10.6; Mike Smrek, 70", 2.5; Ed 
Becton, 6'8", 1.2; Mark Rzemek, 
6'7", 6.2; Bryan Carver, 6'6",' 
4.6; Mike Trivisono, 5'I0", 5.6; 
Gregg Martinsen, 6'5", 3.2; 
Robert Turner, 6'3", 9.4. 

Top Newcomers: Derek Sharp, 
6 1"; Derrick Russel, 6'7". 

Lettermen Lost: Phil Seymore, 
6'4", 17.5. 

Conference: ECAC-North 

Colors: Blue and Gold 




Nick Macarchuk 
Head Coach 



Roy Hall 



Sports Information Director: John 

Maddock 
Office Phone: (7 16) 883-7000 
Home Phone: (716) 886-7475 
Series Record: 5-0 Maryland 



60 



Saint 
Joseph's 

December 8 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




PA 



Memorial 
Univ. of 
(9.000) 
Boyle (St. 



I year 
year 



Location: Philadelphia, 

Nickname: Hawks 

Home Court: Alumni 
Fieldhouse (2,500), 
Pennsylvania Palestra 

Head Coach: Jim 
Joseph's '64) 

Record at School: 2 5-5, 

Overall Record: 25 5, I 

1981-82 Record: 25-5 

Returning Lettermen: Tony Cost- 
ner, 6'I0", 14.5: Lonnie McFar- 
lan, 6'5", 14.3; Bob Lojewski, 
6'7", 9.4; Bill Mitchell, 6'0", 
1.4; Kevin Springman, 6'9". 2.0; 
Tony DiCaro, 5'5", 1.2; Joe 
Barton, 6'4", 0.8. 

Top Newcomers: Maurice Martin, 
6'5"; Geoff Arnold, 6'l": Wayne 
Williams, 6'3"; Dave Slattery, 
6'7": Steve Lojewski, 6'5"; Glenn 
Welton, 6'2". 

Lettermen Lost: Bryan Warrick, 
6'5", 14.9; Jeffery Clark, 6'2", 
8.3; Mark Dearborn, 6'6", 6.2; 
Bill Healy, 6'3", 0.7; Kevin Van 
Osten, 6'0", 0.5. 

Conference: Atlantic 10 
Conference 

Colors: Crimson and Gray 





L 1^l\ 



Jim Boyle 
Head Coach 



Tony Costner 



Sports Information Director: Andy 

Dougherty 
Office Phone: (2 15) 879-7447 
Home Phone: (215) 352-1 184 
Series Record: 3-0 Maryland 



Duquesne 

December 11 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Arena ( I 6,- 
Satalin (St. 



year 
years 



Location: Pittsburgh, PA 

Nickname: Dukes 

Home Court: Civic 
000) 

Head Coach: Jim 
Bona venture '69 ) 

Record at School: 0-0, 1st 

Overall Record: 156-93, 9 

1981-82 Record: 11-16 

Returning Lettermen: Joey Myers, 
6'8", 8.4; Terry Teachout, 6'l", 
7.0; Andy Sisinni, 6'2", 2.2; Bill 
Searles, 6'6", 7.7; Pat Farrell, 
6'3", 2.6; Tony Long, 6'2", 1.7; 
Dave Udanis, 6' I I", (redshirt); 
John Farrell, 6'2", 0.2; Derrick 
Eaglin, 6'5", 0.8. 

Top Newcomers: Fitzgerald Bobo, 
6'5"; Rick Suder, 6'4"; Dwayne 
Rawls, 6'6"; Emmett Sellers, 
6'3". 

Lettermen Lost: Bruce Atkins, 6'7", 
16.1; Tom Cvltkovic, 6'3", 3.6; 
Barnett Harris, 6'7", 7.6; Rod 
Scott, 6'4", 7.3; Darryl Shep- 
herd, 6'5", 7.0. 

Conference: Eastern Athletic 
Association 

Colors: Red and Blue 



»^ 

Jim Satolin 
Head Coach 




Joey Myers 



Sports Information Director: Nellie 

King 
Office Phone: (412) 434-6564 
Home Phone: (412) 341-9062 
Series Record: 4-0 Maryland 



Towson State 

December 14 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Towson, Maryland 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court: Towson Center 
(5,200) 

Head Coach: Vince Angotti (Lock 
Haven '6 1 ) 

Record at School: 224-157, 15 
years 

Overall Record: 224-157, 15 years 

1981-82: 10-17 

Returning Lettermen: Mark Cooley, 
6'5", 9.6; Donald Leslie. 6'2", 
8.5; Donald Jones, 6'9", 7.6; 
Rica Page, 6'0", 4.3; Greg Mc- 
Clinton, 6'7", 1.6; Tom Speicher, 
6'5", 2.7; Dereck Hendricks, 
6'9", 1.9; Glenn Dieter, 6'7", 
2.5. 

Top Newcomers: Steffan Bunsav- 
age, 6'8"; Kenny Gorham, 6'3"; 
Tom Kay, 6'2"; James Bruce, 
5'I0"; Ricky Jackson, 5'I0". 

Lettermen Lost: Tony Odrick, 6'5", 
17.9; Wendell Henry, 6'4", 9.9; 
Jeff Brown, 6'5", 1.4. 

Conference: East Coast Confer- 
ence (East) 

Colors: Gold, Black, and White 




Vince Angotti 
Head Coach 



Mark Cooley 
Forward 



Sports information Director: Peter 

Schlehr 
Office Phone: (301) 321-2232 
Home Phone: (301 ) 838-9221 
Series Record: 1-0 Maryland 



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UCLA 

December 23 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Los Angeles, California 

Nickname: Bruins 

Home Court: Pauley PavIIIIon 
I 12,8001 

Head Coacli: Larry Farmer (UCLA 
•73) 

Record at School: 21-6, I year 

Overall Record: 21-6, I year 

1981-82 Record 21-6 

Returning Lettermen: Kenny Fields, 
67", 13.9: Rod Foster, 6'l", 
10.3; Darren Daye, b'Th", 8.0; 
Ralph Jackson, 6'2", 7.3; Michael 
Holton, 6'4", 7.3; Stuart Gray, 
7'0", 4.9; Nigel Miguel, 6'5", 
1.5; Brad Wright, 6'I0", 1.9; 
Gary Maloncon,'*^8", 1.3; Randy 
Arrlllaga, 6'!", 0.0. 

Top Newcomers: Montel Hatcher, 
6'!". 

Lettermen Lost: Mike Sanders, 
6'6", 14.4; Tony Anderson, 6'6", 
2.7; Dean Sears, b'T/i". 2.0; 
Mark Eaton, 7'3", 1.3. 

Conference: Pacific 10 

Colors: Navy Blue and Gold 





Larry Farmer 
Head Coach 



Rod Foster 



Gary 



Sports Information Director 

Rausch 
Office Phone: (2131 206-683 1 
Home Phone: (2 13) 425-6586 
Series Record: 3 UCLA 



American 

January 3 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Washington, D.C. 

Nickname: Eagles 

Home Court: Fort Myer (2,700) 

Head Coach: Ed Tapscott 
(Tufts '75) 

Record at School: 0-0. 1st year 

Overall Record: 0-0. 1st year 

1981-82 Record: 21-9 

Returning Lettermen: Mark Nick- 
ens, 6'5", 19.2; Ed Sloane, 6'3", 
16.8; Gordon Austin, S'M". 
13.2; Juan Jones, 6'6". 8.8; 
Fernando Aunon, 6'7", 6.7; Andre 
Adams, 6'8", 4.4; Jim Lutz, 6'6", 
2.1; David Ridley, 6'5". 2.4; Jay 
Samonsky, 5'M", 1.9; Joe 
Daniels, 6' 3", 1.5; Steve Nes- 
mlth, 6'5", 2.3. 

To,") Newcomers: Darnell Swinton, 
5'I0"; Michael Wade, 6'3"; Phil 
Williams, 6'7". 

Lettermen Lost: None 

Conference: East Coast 
Conference 

Colors: Red, White and Blue 





Ed Tapscott 
Head Coach 



Mark Nickens 



Sports Information Director: Terry 

Cornwell 
Office Phone: (2021 686-2562 
Home Phone: (703) 255-2046 
Series Record: 2-1 Maryland 



William 
and Mary 

January 5 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




WILLIAM & MARY 

TRIBE 



Location: Williamsburg, Virginia 

Nickname: Indians. Tribe 

Home Court: William & Mary Hall 
( 10,000) 

Head Coach: Bruce Parkhill (Lock 
Haven State 71) 

Record at School: 69-66, 6 years 

Overall Record: 69-66, 6 years 

1981-82 Record: 16-12 

Returning Lettermen: Keith Ciep- 
llcki, 6'4", 12.6; Michael Stray- 
horn. 6'5", 11.7; Tony Traver, 
6'2". 7.0; Matt Brooks, 6'8", l.h; 
Rich Cooper. 6'l", I.I; Brant 
Weldner, 6'9", 8.0; Kevin Rich- 
ardson, 6'6", 6.0; Gary Bland. 
6'6", 3.2; Herb Harris. 67". 3.5; 
Tom Lamb. 6'2". 2.2. 

Top Newcomers: Mike Bracken, 
67"; Scott Coval, 6'l". 

Lettermen Lost: Dale Moats. 6'6", 
2.8; Billy Barnes. 6'4". 8.7; Ken 
Bov^en. 6'9", 6.0. 

Conference: ECAC 

Colors: Green, Gold, Silver 




W^ ;»- l^^M 



Bruce Parkhill 
Head Coach 



Sports Information Director: Bob 

Sheera n 
Office Phone: (804) 229-31 I I 
Home Phone: (804) 565-0550 
Series Record: 18-8 Maryland 



62 



Virginia 

January 8 9:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

March 6 2:00 P.M. 

Charlottesville, Virginia 




^ 



Location: Charloffesville, Vd. 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Home Court: University Hall 
(9,000) 

Head Coach: Terry Holland 
(Davidson '64) 

Record at School: 164-78, 8 years 

Overall Record: 2S6-I2I. 13 years 

1981-82 Record: 30-4 

Returning Lettermen: Ralph Samp- 
son, 7'4", 15.8; Othell Wilson, 
6'0", 11.4; Craig Robinson, 6'8", 
9.7; Jim Miller, 6'8", 8.0; Tim 
Mullen, 6'5", 7.3; Ricky Stokes. 
5' 10", 4.0; Kenton Edelin, 6'7", 
3.6; Kenny Johnson, 6'0", 2.5; 
Dan Merrifleld, 6'2", 1.6; Doug 
Newburg, 6'2", 0.6. 

Top Newcomers: Rick Carlisle, 
6'5": Kenny Lambiotte, 6*4"; 
Wingo Smith, 6'9 ". 

Lettermen Lost: Jeff Jones, 6'4", 
8.2; Dean Carpenter, 6'9", 1.8. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 

Colors: Orange and Blue 




Terry Holland 
Head Coach 



Ralph Sampson 



Sports information Director: Doug 

Elgin 
Office Phone: (804) 924-3011 
Home Phone: (804) 973-6969 
Series Record: 74-41 Maryland 



North 
Carolina 

January 12 7:00 P.M. 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

February 16 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Chapel Hill, North Caro- 
lina 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Home Court: Carmichael 
Auditorium (10,000) 

Head Coach: Dean Smith (Kansas 
•53) 

Record at School: 468-145, 21 
years 

Overall Record: 468-145, 21 years 

1981-82 Record: 32-2 

Returning Lettermen: Jim Brad- 
dock, 6*2", 1.9; John Brownlee, 
6' 10", 0.7; Matt Doherty, 6'8", 
9.3; Cecil Exum, 6'6", I.I; 
Michael Jordan, 6'5", 13.5; Timo 
Makkonen, 6*11", 0.2; Warren 
Martin, 6'ir', 0.7; Sam Perkins, 
6'9', 14.3; Buzz Peterson, 6'3", 
1.2; Lynwood Robinson, 6'l", I.I. 

Top Newcomers: Brad Dougherty, 
6'! I"; Steve Hale, 6'3"; Curtis 
Hunter, 6'4". 

Lettermen Lost: Jimmy Black, 6' 
3", 7.6; Jeb Barlow, 6'8", 1.0; 
Chris Brust, 6'9", 1.7; James 
Worthy, 6'9", 15.6. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 




Dean Smith 
Head Coach 



Sam Perkins 



Rick 



Sports Information Director: 

Brewer 

Office Phone: (919) 962-2123 

Home Phone: (919) 929-2721 

Series Record: 74-32 North Caro- 
lina 



Duke 

January 15 8:00 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 
February 12 1:00 P.M. 
Durham, North Carolina 




Location: Durham, North Carolina 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Home Court: Cameron Indoor 
Stadium (8,564) 

Head Coach: Mike KrzyzewskI 
(Army '69) 

Record at School: 27-30, 2 years 

Overall Record: 100-89, 7 years 

1981-82 Record: 10-17 

Returning Lettermen: Todd Ander- 
son, 6'9", 3.2; Jay Bryan, 6'8", 
1.6; Tom Emma, 6'2", 8.3; Chip 
Engelland, 6'4", 15.2; Doug Mc- 
Neely, 6*5", 4.6; Danny Meagher, 
6'7", 4.2; Mike Tissaw, 6'8", 2.8; 
Greg Wendt, 6'6", 3.6. 

Top Newcomers: Johnny Dawkins, 
6'2"; Mark Alarie, 6'8"; David 
Henderson, 6'5"; Jay Bilas, 6'8": 
Bill Jackman, 6'8'/;"; Weldon 
Williams, 6'6". 

Lettermen Lost: Vince Taylor, 6'5", 
20.3; Allen Williams, 6'8", 4.1. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 

Colors: Blue and White 




Mike Kriyzewski 
Head Coach 



Chip Engelland 



Sports Information Director: Tom 

MIckle 
Office Phone: (919) 684-2633 
Home Phone: (919) 489-5275 
Series Record: 59-43 Duke 



63 



Clemson 

January 19 7:30 P.M. 
Clemson, South Carolina 
February 20 2:00 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Cole Field House 




Location: Clemson, South Caro- 
lina 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court: Littlejohn Coliseum 
( 10.790) 

Head Coach: Bill Foster (Carson 
Newma n ' 58 ) 

Record at School: I 3 I -72, 7 years 

Overall Record: 328- 1 42, I 7 years 

1981-82 Record: 14-14 

Returning Lettermen: Vincent Ham- 
ilton, 6'4", 15.0; Fred Gilliam, 
6'8", 10.7; David Shaffer, 6'7". 
6.5; Clarke Bynum, 6'7", 5.4; 
Marc Campbell, 6'2", 4.4; Mike 
Eppley, 6'2", 4,3; Milan Belich, 
6'!", 2.5. 

Top Newcomers: Ed Bleynat, 6' 
10"; Anthony Jenkins, 6'7"; Glen 
McCants, 6'8"; Chris Michaels, 
6'5"; Kenny Richardson, 6'4"; 
Pat Suttle, 6'7"; Warren Wal- 
lace, 6'2". 
Lettermen Lost: Horace Wyatt, 
6'I0", I 1.0; Joe Ward. 6'5", 6.0; 
Bill Ross, 610", 5.6; Chris Dodds, 
6'!", 3.9; Marvin Key, 6'2", 1.7. 
Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 
Colors: Orange & Purple 




Bill Foster 
Head Coach 



Vince Hamilton 



Sports Information Director: Bob 

Bradley 
Office Phone: (803) 656-2 101 
Home Phone: (803) 654-54 19 
Series Record: 54-26 Maryland 



Notre 
Dame 

January 22 2:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




THE FIGHTING 

■ IRIBH 

Location: South Bend, Indiana 

Nickname: Fighting Irish 

Home Court: Athletic and Con- 
vocation Center (11,345) 

Head Coach: Digger Phelps (Rider 
■63) 

Record at School: 2 16-101, II 
years 

Overall Record: 242-104, 12 years 

1981-82: 10-17 

Returning Lettermen: Dan Duff, 
6'0", 1.3; John Paxson, 6'2", 
16.4; Cecil Rucker, 6'8", 5.9; 
Barry Spencer, 6'7" 5.8; Bill 
Varner, 6'6", 10.0; Ron Rowan, 
6'5", 5.9; Tom Sluby, 6'4", 7.8; 
Tim Andree, 6' I 0", 7.3. 

Top Newcomers: Ken Barlow, 6' 
10"; Tim Kempton, 6'9"; Jim 
Dolan, 6'8"; Joe Price, 6'5"; Joe 
Buchanan, 6'2". 

Lettermen Lost: Mike Mitchell, 6' 
2", 6.4. 

Co.nference: Independent 

Colors: Gold and Blue 




Digger Phelps 
Head Coach 



John Poxson 



Sports Information Director: Roger 

Va Idiserri 
Office Phone: (2 19) 239-7516 
Home Phone: (2 19) 277-0695 
Series Record: 5-4 Notre Dame 



Holy 
Cross 



January 26 7:30 P.M. 
Worcester, Massachusetts 




Location: Worcester, MA 

Nickname: Crusaders 

Home Court: Hart Recreation 

Center (4,000) 

Worcester Centrum (12,000) 

Head Coach: George Blaney (Holy 
Cross '6 I ) 

Record at School: 174-109, 10 
years 

Overall Record: 238-168, 15 years 

1981-82 Record: 16 11 

Returning Lettermen: James Carl- 
ton, 6'5", 8.2; Pat Eliie, 6'7", 
7.0; Larry Westbrook, b'\'\ 3.2; 
Ernie Floyd, 6'9", 9.3; Richie 
Guerin, 6'2", 1.2; Dave Hohman, 
6'6", 0.4; Chris Logan, 6'8", 
10. 1; Chris Zikos, 5'9", 0.7; 
Myles Maguire, 6'I0", 0.7; Dar- 
ren Maloney, 6'7", 7.8; George 
Parsells, 6'3", 1.6. 

Top Newcomers: Champ Godbolt, 
6'4"; Jim Runcie, 6'!"; Brian 
Reale, 6'3". 

Lettermen Lost: Ward Fitipatrick, 
6"6", 1.8; Kevin Greaney, 6'5", 
14.4; Eddie Thurman, 6'2", 14.0. 

Conference: ECAC North 

Colors: Royal Purple and White 




George Blaney 
Head Coach 



Chris Logon 



Sports Information Director: Gregg 

Burke 
Office Phone: (617) 7932583 
Home Phone: (617) 832-6616 
Series Record: 2-0 Maryland 



64 



N. C 

State 

January 29 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

March 3 8:00 P.M. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 




(Rut- 
years 
years 



Location: Raleigh, North Carolina 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Court: Reynolds Coliseum 
( 12,400) 

Head Coach: Jim Valvano 
gers '67) 

Record at School: 36-23, 2 

Overall Record: 172-120, 7 

1981-82 Record: 22-10 

Returning Starters: Thurl Bailey, 6' 
II", 13.7; Lorenzo Charles, 6'7", 
2.2; Terry Gannon, 6'0", 2.0; 
Quiton Leonard, 6'8", 0.6; Sidney 
Lowe, 6'0", 8.5; Cozell McQueen, 
6'l I", 2.3; Dinky Proctor, 6'8"; 
Harold Thompson, 6'5", 0.8; Mike 
Warren, 6'7", 0.1; Dereck Whit- 
tenburg, 6' I ", I 3.4. 

Top Newcomers: Alvin Battle, 6' 
7"; Walt Densmore, 6'6"; George 
McClain, 6'0"; Ernie Myers, 6'4". 

Lettermen Lost: Chuck Nevitt, 7' 
5", 5.5; Scott Parzych, 6'7", 8.8; 
Max Perry, 6'!", 0.6; Emmett 
Lay, 6'4 ", 0.2. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 

Colors: Red and White 




Jim Valvano 
Head Coach 



Sidney Lowe 



Sports Information Director: Ed 

Seaman 
Office Phone: (919) 737-2102 
Home Phone: (919) 829-9186 
Series Record: 54-31 N.C. State 



Navy 



January 31 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Annapolis, Maryland 

Nickname: Midshipmen 

Home Court: Halsey Field House 
(5,000) 

Head Coach: Paul Evans (Ithaca 
College, '67) 

Record at School: 21-30, 2 years 

Overall Record: 147-80, 9 years 

1981-82 Record: 12-14 

Returning Lettermen: Todd Alex- 
ander, 6'8 ", 1.5; Dave Brooks, 
6'l", 12.5; Rich Davidson, 6'6", 
7.2; Bill Freitag, 6'3", 2.3; Mike 
Jones, 6'3", 4.0; Jim Kuzma, 

5'3", 5.9; Sly Mata, 6'!", 4.8; Gary 
Price, 6'7", 7.9; Rob Romaine, 
6'2", 14.9. 

Top Newcomers: Vernon Butler, 
6'7"; Glen Miles, 6'3"; Peter 
Ryan, 6'0"; Kylor Whitaker, 
6'4'/2"; Dan Williams, 6'6". 

Lettermen Lost: Tim McDonnell, 
6'6", 1.8; Myron Simons, 6'6", 
3.3. 

Conference: ECAC-South 

Colors: Navy Blue and Gold 




Paul Evans 
Head Coach 



David Brooks 
Guard 



Sports Information Director: Tom 

Bates 
Office Phone: (301 268-6226 
Home Phone: (301 ) 647-5977 
Series Record: 28-26 Maryland 



Old 
Dominion 

February 2 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




OLDCXDMINION 
UNIVERSITY 



Location: Norfolk, Virginia 

Nickname: Monarchs 

Home Court: Norfolk Scope (10, 
258) 

Head Coach: Paul Webb (Wil- 
liam & Mary '51) 

Record at School: 139-65, 7 years 

Overall Record: 454-223, 26 years 

1981-82 Record: 18-12 

Returning Lettermen: Mark West, 
6'I0", 15.7; Charlie Smith, 6'3", 
9.7; Grant Robinson, 6*1", 6.6; 
Tim Southerland, 6'7", 4.2; Hor- 
ace Lambert, 6'8", 3.8; Mark 
Davis, 6'4", 2.6. 

Top Newcomers: Tom Calloway, 
6'0"; Kenny Gattison, 6'8": 
Clarence Hanley, 6'I0"; Keith 
Thomas, 6'3"; Ronnie Wade, 
6'6". 

Lettermen Lost: Ronnie McAdoo, 
6'6", 14.7; Billy Mann, 6'4", 
I 1.2; Erik Griekspoor, 6' 10", 0.9. 

Conference: ECAC South 

Colors: Blue and White 




Paul Webb 
Head Coach 






Mark West 
Center 



Sports Information Director: Bill 

Schnier 

Office Phone: (804) 440-3372 

Home Phone: (804) 467-2100 

Series Record: First meeting 



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Georgia 
Tech 

February 5 3:00 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 
February 23 800 P.M. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



iniei,^ 





Location: Atlanta, Georgia 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets 

Home Court: Alexander Memorial 
Coliseum (8,000) 

Head Coach: Bobby Cremins 
{South Carolina '70) 

Record at School: 10-16, I year 

Overall Record: 110-86, 8 years 

1981-82: 10-16 

Returning Lettermen: Anthony 

Byrd, 6'2", 9.8; Scott Gardner, 
6'4'*, 0.4; Maurice Bradford. 
6'5", 8.8; Greg Wilson 6'8 ", 1.5; 
George Thomas, 6'3", 5.8. 

Top Newcomers: Tim Harvey, 6' 
10"; Yvon Joseph. 6'I0"; Mark 
Price. 6'0"; Jack Mansell, 6'7 "; 
Joan Salley. 6'9". 

Lettermen Lost: Brook Steppe, 
6'5", 17.8; Lee Goza, 6'9". 6.9; 
Steve Neal, 70", 0.5; David 
Cole. 6'I0", 1.7; Stu Lyon. 6'4". 
2.5; Brian Howard. 5'I0'. 7.0. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 

Colors: Gold. White and Black 




Bobby Cremins 
Head Coach 



George Thomas 



Sports Information Director: Brooks 

Tinsley 
Office Phone: (404) 894-5445 
Home Phone: (4041 953-0882 
Series Record: 9-2 Maryland 



Wake 
Forest 



February 9 7:00 P.M. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

February 26 3:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Winston - Salem. North 

Carolina 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Home Court: Memorial Coliseum 

(8.200) & Greensboro Coliseum 

( 15 855) 
Head Coach: Carl Tacy (Davis & 

Elkins '56) 
Record at School: 164-114. 10 

years 
Overall Record: 187-118. M years 
1981-82 Record: 21-9 
Returning Lettermen: Danny Young. 

6'3". 10.6; John Toms, 6'6", 7.0; 

Alvis Rogers. 6'7". ( Redshirt 81- 

82 season); Anthony Teachey. 

6'9". 6.5; Sylvester Charles. 6'8". 

4.3; Lee Garber. 6'5". 2.9; Chuck 

Kepley, 6'4". 2.1; Scott Davis. 

6'2". 1.9; Delaney Rudd. 6'2". 

I.I. 
Top Newcomers: Steve Warden. 

6'5"; Kenny Green. 6'6"; Tony 

Karasek. 6'9". 
Lettermen Lost: Guy Morgan. 6'8", 

10.2; Mike Helms. 6'4", 11.4; 

Jim Johnstone, 6'l I", 10.5. 
Conference: Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 




Carl Tacy 
Head Coach 



Alvis Rogers 



Sports Information Director: Phil 

Warshauer 
Office Phone: (9 19) 76 1-5640 
Home Phone: (9 19) 724-6579 
Series Record: 32-3 1 Wake Forest 






66 



Campus Leaders 



Dr. John Sampson Toll 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

John S. Toll, the 22nd president of the University 
of Maryland, has 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 con- 
cerned, the University of Maryland can, in about a 
decade, become one of the best state university 
systems in the nation." 

Since he became president on July I, 1978, the 
University has developed planning documents for the 
Eastern Shore and Baltimore County Campuses: has 
initiated multi-campus programs which utilize the 
resources of the College Park Campus and the Uni- 
versity of Maryland at Baltimore; Is helping to de- 
velop plans through University College for a national 
television education system: and has raised under- 
graduate 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 

Dr. John B. Slaughter 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 

A fateful phone call from the White House two 
years ago had John B. Slaughter packing his bags 
In Washington — the state — for Washington, the 
nation's capital. Destination: The National Science 
Foundation. Position: Director. 

Handpicked by then-President Jimmy Carter, the 
appointment of the Kansas-born scientist-educator 
won quick and sweeping approval from top leaders 
both inside and outside NSF. But the strong backing 
and subsequent U.S. Senate confirmation was small 
wonder. The first black to head a major federal 
science agency. Slaughter took the position with a 
portfolio already stamped with success. 

On January 15, 1983, Slaughter will step down 
as head of the government's $1 bllllon-a-year science 
foundation to become the third Chancellor of the 
University of Maryland College Park campus. Praising 
the key University appointment, the Baltimore Sun, 
in its editorial of June 12, 1982, trumpeted: "In 
academic and scientific circles, John B. Slaughter Is 
a heavyweight . . ." 

A Ph.D. recipient in engineering physics from the 
University of California at San Diego, Slaughter's 
credentials are impeccable. From I960 to 1975, he 
worked at the Naval Electronics Laboratory Center 
in San Diego, where he became head of information 
Systems Technology Department and was named 
Scientist of the Year. In 1975, the University of 
Washington successfully recruited him as director 
of their renowned Applied Physics Laboratory. Under 




intensive study of the University's roles and missions 
by a team of educational experts. The results of the 
study may make the University of Maryland a model 
for other universities. 

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. 




his leadership, the staff grew from 180 to 240 strong 
and maintained Its competitive edge in the fields 
of underwater acoustics, underwater vehicles and 
physical oceanography. 

While at the University of Washington, his work 
captured the attention of NSF which in 1977 ap- 
pointed him assistant director for astronomical, at- 
mospheric, earth, and ocean sciences. 

After finishing his first tour of duty at NSF, 
Slaughter returned to the world of academe as the 
newly appointed academic vice president and pro- 
vost at the smaller Washington State University. 

Looking ahead to serving as Chancellor of the 
University's main campus, Slaughter sees among the 
new challenges facing him: continued strengthening 
of academic programs across the entire campus, im- 
proving the quality of life of students, faculty and 
staff, and attracting more academically talented 
Maryland students and particularly minorities to en- 
roll at UMCP. 



68 



Athletic Staff 




COL. TOM FIELDS 

Maryland Education 
Foundation 

Tom Fields has reached 
a goal that many said 
could not be achieved 
when he took over as 
Executive Director of 
the Maryland Educational 
Foundation in 1970. 

For the past fiscal year 
the funds generated by the 
Educational Foundation to- 
taled $1,250,000. When 
Fields returned to the Uni- 
versity of Maryland the 
contributions to the Edu- 
cational Foundation were 
minimal. For the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1970 the contributions were 
approximately $30,000. 

The membership of the Terrapin Club has expanded 
accordingly from the 132 original members to 1,900. 
The club in addition to the contributions to the Ed- 
ucational Foundation supports the athletic program 
in many other ways, especially with their attendance 
at the events. Over one half of the contributors did 
not attend the University of Maryland but all are 
strong supporters of Intercollegiate Athletics and its 
principals of competition. 

The funds provided by the foundation have enabled 
the Terrapins to develop a Women's program that has 
also gained national recognition. The scholarship 
program for the women athletes Is on a par with 
the program for the men's non-revenue sports. 

The Terrapin Club membership currently includes 
40 life members ($10,000 contribution), 49 Super 
Terrapins ($2,500 annual contributions), 543 Dia- 
mondback members ($600 annual contribtuion ) . 

Fields, a retired Colonel from the Marine Corps 
returned to Maryland in 1970, where as a track star 
he helped lead the Terps to one of their finest days 
ever at the Penn Relays winning three Championship 
of American relay races. During World War II he 
served in combat In Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, 
Bouganville and Iwo JIma. He also served In Korea 
and Vietnam and at the time of his retirement from 
the Corps he was the Deputy Director of Information, 
Headquarters Marine Corps. 

Mailing Address: 

MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, MD 20740 

Telephone: 

(30! ) 454-4562 or 454-5141 

Location: 
Room I I45D 
Cole Field House 




DR. CHARLES A. TAFF 

Chm., Athletic Council 

Dr. Charles A. Taff, 
Professor of Transporta- 
tion, College of Business 
and Management, is Chair- 
man of the Athletic Coun- 
cil. Dr. Taff served as 
Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Business Adminis- 
tration from 1962 to 1973. 
He is the author of nu- 
merous articles and of four books, two of which are 
in sixth editions. 

For fifteen years Dr. Taff was Editor of the Trans- 
portation Journal, a professional publication that is 
published quarterly, and Is currently a member of 
its Editorial Review Board. 

He served as a member of the Joint U.S. Canadian 
St. Lawrence Seaways Tolls Committee which recom- 
mended the fee structure for the Seaway. He has 
served as a transportation consultant to the Presi- 
dent's Council of Economic Advisors under four 
Presidents. 

He has served as President of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 



JIM DIETSCH 

Academic Advisor for 

Intercollegiate 

Student-Athletes 

Jim Dietsch was named 
Academic Advisor for the 
Athletic Department in the 
spring of '81. Dietsch is 
responsible for all aca- 
demic matters concerning 
the men and women stu- 
dent-athletes that partici- 
pate in the 22 intercol- 
legiate sports program. 
His duties Include: plan- 
ning, organizing and directing tutorial services; ad- 
ministering and organizing freshman orientation; and 
monitoring academic performance of student athletes 
throughout the semester. 

He serves as a liaison between the athletic depart- 
ment and the admissions and registrars offices. A 
great deal of Dietsch's time Is spent with individual 
counseling of student athletes concerning scheduling 
of classes and curriculum choices. 

In 1974 he started working with the Maryland 
Athletic Department as an Assistant Soccer and La- 
crosse coach. In 1975 he was elevated to Head 
Soccer Coach, a position he held until 1980. He 
still serves as assistant lacrosse coach. 

Dietsch is married to the former Barbara Yates, 
a Maryland graduate, and they are proud parents 
of Erika Lee who was born January 12, 1981. 




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Assistant Athletic Directors 





WILLIAM "SPIDER" FRY 

"Spider" Fry moved into an adnninistrative position in the athletic department 
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. 

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

FRANCIS A. GRAY. JR. 

Frank Gray joined the Athletic Department as Administrative Director in 1972. 

He is primarily responsible for the fiscal program of the department with an 
operating budget of approximately $4,000,000. 

A native of Maryland and 1943 graduate of the University with a degree in 
Agricultural Engineering and Farm Management he began his professional career 
with the University as an Assistant County Agricultural Agent. 

He entered private industry in 1955 but returned to the University In I960 
as Associate Dean of Student Life. During his 12 years prior to joining the Ath- 
letic Department he served two years as Acting Dean for Student Life and has 
served as Administrative Director for the Executive Dean for Student Life, the 
Vice President for Student Affairs and the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. 

RANDY HOFFMAN 

Randy Hoffman, Director of Golf at the University of Maryland, assumed the 
position of Director of Sports Marketing in March of this year. A 1974 graduate 
of Maryland, with a Liberal Arts degree, he has worked with the Golf program 
since graduation, assuming the head coaching duties in 1976 and assuming man- 
agement of the Golf Course in 1981. 

He received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management - Marketing in 1980 
and is currently finishing his Master's Program In Administration at Maryland. 

Randy came to Maryland from Lewlsburg, Pennsylvania where he captained the 
football, basketball and golf teams and was an All-Conference quarterback. He is a 
member of the Terrapin Club and Alumni "M" Club. 

GOTHARD LANE 

Gothard Lane assumed the position of Assistant Director for Non-Revenue Sports 
in March of 1982. He is a 1971 graduate of Randolph Macon College where he re- 
ceived his B.A. in English. 

Gothard joined the Maryland football staff in the fall of 1973 and was a defen- 
sive backfield coach for four years. From 1977 until his appointment this March, he 
held the position of Administrative Assistant to the Director of Athletics and Direc- 
tor of Recruiting. 

As Assistant AD he will have the administrative responsibility for all non-revenue 
sports, men and women. His duties Include supervising the scheduling and contracts, 
monitoring budgets, directing championship tournaments hosted by Maryland and 
working with the financial aid office. 

ROBERT T. "BOB" STUMPFF 

Bob Stumpff returned to the Athletic Department in July 1980 as Assistant 
Athletic Director for Business Affairs. He is responsible for the daily business 
operations of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics to include the Athletic 
Ticket Office, all physical facilities including planning, scheduling and operations, 
and all cash handling operations. 

Bob Initially came to the University as manager of the wrestling team. He 
received a B.S. In Transportation Administration In June 1968. Upon graduation 
he was named Administrative Assistant to the Director of Athletics. From Septem- 
ber 1969, through July 1980, he was the Associate Director of the Maryland Student 
Union, responsible for administrative affairs and the financial and business operation. 






70 



Sports Information Staff 




John W. "Jack" Zone 

Assistant Athletic Director 

Jack Zane returned to 
Maryland in August of 
1969 after serving as the 
Sports Information Direc- 
tor for The George Wash- 
ington University for six 
years. 

He received his degree 
in Journalism from Mary- 
land in February of I960 
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 Committe of the 
NCAA, has been a member of CoSIDA for 19 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. 
He currently serves as a vice president of CoSIDA. 
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 Fayettevllle, 
West Virginia, a graduate of The George Washington 
University. 



Gabriel V. Romano 

Assistant Sports 
Information 

Gabe Romano joined the 
Sports Information Depart- 
ment In 1978 as a part- 
time student assistant and 
stayed on to become a 
full-time member of the 
staff last summer. 

Gabe came to Maryland 
from nearby Annandale, 
Virginia where he attended 
Thomas Jefferson High School. He enrolled at Mary- 
land as a Physical Itducatlon major and received his 
Bachelor's Degree this past May. 




Paffi Flynn 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Patti Flynn is a 1977 
graduate of Maryland and 
joined the Sports Informa- 
tion staff in 1978. 

She is primarily respon- 
sible for the lO sport 
women's program but 
works with all 22 varsity 
sports. 

Following graduation she 
worked with the Maryland 
Educational Foundation in 
the areas of fund rais- 
ing and promoting the 
Women's Program. 
She has hosted several AIAW regional tournaments 
and traveled with the basketball teams throughout 
the nation including several trips to California. She 
has worked the women's AIAW and NCAA finals as 
well as the men's and women's ACC Tournaments. 

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

Patti came to Maryland from nearby Regina High 
School. She Is married to Tim Flynn, also a Maryland 
graduate. 





Therese Ryan 

Secretary 
Sports Information 



Sports Information 


Office 




Area 


Code 301 










OFFICE 


HOME 


Director - Jack Zane .... 




864-4076 


322-3265 


Assistant SID - Patti Flynn 




454-2 123 


384-9868 


Assistant - Gabe Romano 




454-2123 


441-8308 


Secretary - Therese Ryan . 




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Support Staff 




Debbie Russell 

Ticket Manager 



Frank Costello 

Sfrength and Conditioning 
Coach 





Lisa Papa 

Assistant to A.D. 



Jack Jackson 

Director of Sales 





Jo Bagelmann 

Assistant 
Sports Marketing 



Staff Directory 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 
20740 



Telephone: 



AREA CODE (301) 



Administration 

Office 

Athleflc Director- Richard "Dick" Dull .. 454-4705 

Assistant AD - William "Spider" Fry 454-2 I 3 I 

Assistant AD - Frank Gray 454-2641 

Assistant AD - Jack Zane 864-4076 

Assistant AD - Bob Stumpft 454-2121 

Assistant AD - Randy Hoffman 454-4687 

Assistant AD - Gothard Lane 454-5854 

Assistant to AD - Lisa Papa 454-7420 

Director of Sales - Jack Jackson 454-3332 

Faculty Chairman - Dr. Charles A. Taff . . . 454-5710 

Ticket Manager -Deborah Russell 454-2121 

Academic Advisor - Jim Dietsch 454-742 I 

Ed. Foundation - Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Club - Al Heagy 454-5158 

Band Director - Dieter Zimmer 454-6803 

Strength/Conditioning - Frank Costello . . . 454-6685 



Coaches — Men 

Baseball - Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball - Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 

Cross Country - Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Football - Bobby Ross 454-2125 

Golf - Fred Funk 454-2 I 3 I 

Lacrosse - Dino Mattessich 454-4328 

Soccer - Joe Grimaldi 454-6907 

Swimming - Charles Hoffman 454-2756 

Tennis - Robert Goelti 454-4136 

Track - Stan Pitts 454-48 I 6 

Wrestling - John McHugh 454-2652 



Coaches — Women 



Cross Country -Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Field Hockey - Sue Tyler 454-5970 

Gymnastics - Bob Nelligan 454-7422 

Lacrosse - Sue Tyler 454-5970 

Swimmin - Charles Hoffman 454-2756 

Tennis - Robert Goeltz 454-4136 

Track - Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Volleyball- Barbara Drum 454-7419 

Staff 

Trainer -John J. Bush 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers - Jim Weir 454-2758 

- Sandy Worth 454-7418 

- Tommy Lyies 454-6251 

Equipment Managers - Ron Fulton 454-48 17 

- Lee Kloskey 454-2127 

- Todd Goodman . . . 454-2127 
Stadium and Grounds - Lindy Kehoe .... 454-2822 

- "Bunk" Carter . . . 454-2825 



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Radio Network 




JOHNNY HOLLIDAY 

WMAL Spor+scas+er 
The versatile talents of 
Johnny Holliday allow 
hinn to double as both 
sportscaster and on-air 
personality for WMAL 
AM 63. Mornings on 
Harden & Weaver, he 
reports on sports devel- 
opments locally and na- 
tionally. Johnny also 
covers sporting events 
as WMAL's on-site re- 
porter, hosts the "Sta- 
dium Show" prior to all 
Washington Redskins broadcasts and Is the "Voice 
of the Maryland Terrapins" on WMAL. When his 
schedule allows, Johnny appears on the WMAL air- 
waves on the weekend, with his upbeat conversational 
style and many character voices. 

Holliday's 19 years of sportscasting experience 
includes both NFL and NBA play-by-play and color 
announcing, as well as college basketball and football 
and major league baseball coverage. He also coaches 
and plays for the "Radio Oneders", a celebrity 
basketball team that plays for different charities, 
now in its 2 I st year. 

Holliday manages to find time to act in local 
dinner theatre productions, emcee various events in 
the Washington area, and make numerous television 
and radio commercials. He was named "Washing- 
tonian of the Year" in 1973. 

He and his wife Mary Clare have three daughters 
and reside In Kensington, Md. 



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The 
University 

of 
Maryland 



|n 1807 the University of 
Maryland was founded in 
Baltimore as the College of 
Medicine. An entirely faculty- 
owned institution granting 
the M.D. degree, it was the 
Nation's fifth medical school. 
Five years later its name 
was changed to the Univers- 
ity of Maryland and was 
given the power to confer 
additional degrees. 

In 1856, a group of Mary- 
land people prevailed upon 
the General Assembly "to 
establish and endow an agri- 
cultural college in the state 
of Maryland." Thus, the 
second institution, first called 
the Maryland Agricultural 
College, came into being at 
College Parle. 

After a disastrous fire in 
1912, the state acquired con- 
trol of the College and bore 
the cost of rebuilding. In 
1920, the state took over the 
faculty-owned University of 
Baltimore, merging it with 
the State-owned institution in 
College Park to form the 
present - day University of 
Maryland. 

Today, the University of 
Maryland can best be de- 
scribed as a spectrum of op- 
portunity. It is a university 
which provides unequalled 
opportunities, but which also 
presents a very real chal- 
lenge. The University offers 
a wealth of options for to- 
day's student. 




McKeldin Library, University of Maryland 



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Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Md. 



Washington Monument, Washington, D.C. 




Location 

The University is settled 
in what has to be considered 
one of the finest locations of 
any college in the nation. 

The Baltimore-Washington, 
D.C. corridor has one of the 
richest concentrations of re- 
sources and intellectual talent 
in the world today. The area 
is also perhaps the world's 
leading location for scientific 
research and development. 

Nine miles from College 
Park rests the nation's cap- 
ital, containing many of the 
country's finest research fa- 
cilities: the Library of Con- 
gress, the Shakespeare Li- 
brary, the National Library 
of Medicine and Agriculture. 

In this area of exception- 
al opportunities, Washington 
provides cultural and enter- 
tainment facilities that only 
a major city can contain. 
The famous Kennedy Center 
for the Performing Arts is 
home of the National Sym- 
phony Orchestra and head- 
quarters of the American 
Film Institute. 

For the sports-minded in- 
dividual, the area supports 
professional teams In foot- 
ball, hockey and baseball. 
The Capital Centre in near- 
by Landover, Md., also hosts 
numerous other entertaining 
extravaganzas. 

A 35 minute drive north 
of College Park will take you 
to one of the great port 
cities of the world, Baltimore. 
Known for its strong sense 
of neighborhood identity, the 
city's varied ethnic popula- 
tions, industrial complexes 
and lively cultural life make 
It on ideal neighbor to 
Washington. 



Eastern Shore, Md. 



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College Park Physically 



Today, the Universify of 
Maryland a\ College Park is 
described as a Georgian 
Colonial campus, with more 
than 200 buildings spread 
across a I 300 acre park-like 
setting. The College Park 
campus is a city of young 
people with all the advant- 
ages, excitement and prob- 
lems of a community. 

The campus has its own 
daily newspaper, police de- 
partment, an 18 hole golf 
course, hotel, stores, restaur- 
ants, theatre, movie house, 
art gallery, pub, bowling 
alley, tennis courts and swim- 
ming pool. 

More unusual yet for a city 
of any siie are the Univers- 
ity's own nuclear reactor, 
wind tunnel, comprehensive 
Computer Science Center 
and one of the largest aca- 
demic library systems in the 
country. 





Academically Enriched 

Noted for the academic strength of its 
programs, UMCP is one of 51 members of 
the prestigious Association of American 
Universities. It is currently the seventh 
largest University in the nation and with such 
size comes quality. This means not only 
better facilities in the day-to-day classroom, 
but also in the research and faculty staff. 
The staff consists of over 6000 personnel, 
which brings the student /professor ratio 
down to 17-1. This allows Maryland to offer 
a degree in a variety of fields. More than 
seventy percent of all undergraduate classes 
hold fewer than 30 students, and large lecture 
courses include small-group discussions or 
laboratory sessions. Case-in-point of a large 
university with a personal small college flavor. 



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Student Unity 

The University hosts more than 300 
clubs and organizations; service, social, 
and special interests of all kinds. They 
are as diverse as the interests of the 
large student body, from the academ- 
ically prestigious Phi Beta Kappa to the 
flying and skydiving club and religious 
organizations. But nothing on the Col- 
lege Park campus draws as large and 
diverse a crowd as do Terrapin athletic 
events — all there with one common 
bond, for one reason, to witness Mary- 
land athletics at their finest and root 
for teams that traditionally provide 
plenty of excitement. 

There's no doubt that the area en- 
circling College Park and the University 
itself attract a variety of some of the 
most influencial and important people 
in the world. 

In the 1982-83 season, the Terrapin 
basketball team finds itself to be just as 
varied in personality and character. One 
unequalled facet of any athletic team is 
its ability to bring forth a "closeness" 
between the players, no matter what 
their background. This is certainly true 
for the Maryland basketball team. 

Hailing from nine states and the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, each individual stu- 
dent-athlete brings to campus with him 
a vast resource of unique experiences 
and' ideas fostered by their differing 
backgrounds and environments. 

In 1982-83 athletes on the College 
Park campus no longer reside together 
in a single dormitory, apart from the 
remainder of the student body. All liv- 
ing together now, the Terrapin athletes 
and the student body can share their 
unique characteristics, and experience 
excitement of the University of Mary- 
land athletic program. 




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Lefty's Concensus 




LEN ELMORE 


Maryland — 


1973, 1974 


1,017 Career Points 


1,053 Career 


Rebounds 




ALBERT KING 

Maryland — 
1980. 1981 
2,058 Career Points 
7 I 5 Career 

Rebounds 



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TOM McMILLEN 

Maryland — 1972, 

1973, I97'4 

1,807 Career Points 

859 Career 

Rebounds 

20.5 Career 

Scoring Average 



MWE MALOY 

Davidson — 1969 

1,191 Career Points 

768 Career 

Rebounds 

20.2 Career 

Scoring Average 



All Americans 



JOHN LUCAS 

Maryland — 
1975, 1976 
2,015 Career Polnfs 
514 Career Assists 






DICK SNYDER 

Davidson — 1966 
1,693 Career Points 
2 1 .2 Career 
Scoring Average 



FRED HETZEL 

Davidson — 

1964, 1965 

2,03i Career Points 

1,094 Career 

Rebounds 

25.7 Career 

Scoring Average 



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Terrapin Notes 



TERPS TOP TWO-HUNDRED 

During the period from 1973-1982 Maryland has 
won 206 games overall. Of all ACC teams that have 
continuously been in the conference, North Carolina 
and North Carolina State are the only other two 
teams to win more than 200 games during the same 
period. These three teams are also the only teams to 
have winning records in ACC regular season play 
during those 10 years. 

DRIESELL SUPERIOR VS. 
NON-CONFERENCE FOES 

Against non-conference opponents coach Driesell 
sports an amazing 156-27 record since taking over 
the helm of the Terrapins. That translates into a 
winning percentage of 85 % . 

ACC RANKS AMONG NATION'S BEST 

Six current ACC teams have been ranked In the 
Top 10 polls since 1973. Maryland has been ranked 
four times in the Top 10 on both the AP and DPI 
polls. The AP has ranked North Carolina six times In 
the top ten, N.C. State three times, Virginia twice 
and Duke and Wake Forest once each. DPI has ranked 
North Carolina seven times, N.C. State three times 
and Duke and Virginia twice. 

MARYLAND PLAYERS PLAY FOR 
THE BEST 

Coach Driesell Is most proud of the fact that every 
high school player he has recruited for the Terps 
since his arrival In 1969, has played on at least one 
nationally ranked team during their four year career. 
Also, In his nine years at Davidson, each player he 
recruited there, played on a Top 10 team. 

TERPS DRAW A CROWD 

Over 2.3 million fans have come to Cole Field 
House to watch the Terps since Driesell took over 
the team 13 years ago. For the past I I years Mary- 
land has led the ACC in total attendance averaging 
202,793 fans per season and 13,358 per date. The 
year before Driesell came to College Park the Terps 
drew 66,500 for 10 games — an average of 6,650 per 
game. 

LEFTY'S TERPS ADVANCE 

Lefty Drlesell's Terrapins have advanced to the 
semi-finals of the ACC Tournament 8 times In the past 
ten years, a feat equalled only by North Carolina. 
The Terps have gone on to five championship games 
under Coach Driesell. 

TERPS IN THE ACC TOURNAMENT 

The Terps are only one of three teams In the ACC 
that have won over ten ACC tournament games dur- 
ing the past ten years. Maryland has won I I ACC 
Tournament games since 1973 while North Carolina 
has won 16 games and Virginia 10. 



NATIONAL RANKINGS 

In Coach Drlesell's 22 years of tenure as a head 
coach on the collegiate level, he has guided 13 teams 
to top 20 national rankings. On 8 of those occasions, 
they have been In the top 10. 

FORMER TERPS EXCEL IN THE NBA 

Three former greats of the University of Maryland 
enjoyed outstanding years this past season In the 
National Basketball Association. Gene Shue, former 
Maryland All-Amerlcan, was selected Coach of the 
Year as head coach of the Washington Bullets. Power 
Forward Buck Williams was the recipient of Rookie 
of the Year honors as he starred for the New Jersey 
Nets. It wasn't the first time Buck received such an 
award, as he was named Rookie of the Year in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference as a freshman in 1979. 
And another All-Amerlcan, Len Elmore, had a strong 
finish this past season and was third runner-up for 
"Comeback Player of the Year." 

BRANCH TALLIES MOST MINUTES 

Adrian Branch was the only Terp to start all 29 
games last year, averaging 15.2 points per game 
while playing nearly 34 minutes per contest. 



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DRIESELL'S TEAMS SET NEW RECORDS 

One major characteris-Hc of all Coach Driesell's 
teams has been their ability to shoot well. When 
Driesell was at Davidson his team was 2nd in the 
nation in Team Field Goal Percentage in 1965 (.509) 
and 1966 (.512). His 1964 team set a new NCAA 
record with a .543 percentage. After coming to 
College Park his teams continued this excellence, for 
the Terrapins were 2nd in the nation in 1974 (.510) 
and 1980 (.551). They also led the nation in 1976 
with a .537 pet., and a new NCAA record in 1975 
with a shooting percentage of .547. 





DRIESELL TWICE COACH OF THE YEAR 

Terrapin Coach Charles G. Driesell has twice been 
named this honor in his thirteen years at Maryland. 
The first time came in 1975 when he led Maryland to 
a 24-5 record and fifth place in the National rankings, 
along with a first place ACC finish. The second time 
came in 1980 when the Terrapins were ranked eighth 
nationally in both wire service polls with a 24-7 
record. 



ALL-TIME TERP CAREER SCORERS 

In 1981 Albert King became Maryland's all-time 
leading career scorer with 2,058 points, surpassing 
John Lucas's 2,015 points. All of the top ten career 
scorers at Maryland are products of Coach Driesell 
except Bob Kessler (1953-56), who is seventh and 
Washington Bullet Coach Gene Shue ( 1951-54), who 
is fourth on the all-time list. 




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The Driesell Era 



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 a total of only eight 
gannes both years. Set Maryland 
attendance record of 138,000. (14 
Home G^mes 138,000 — average 
9,900) 26 games 221,153 average 
8,506). 



1970-71 14-12 

Won 5 ACC games and upset 2nd 
ranked South Carolina in Cole 
Field House. Set attendance rec- 
ord of 180,842 an average of 
I 2,056. ( I 5 Hame Games 1 80,842 
— average 12,056) (26 games 
273,553— average 10,521 ). 



1971-72 27-5 

Won National Invitational Tourna- 
ment title. Advanced to finals of 
ACC Tournament. Started string of 
consecutive NON-ACC wins with 
17 against NON-LEAGUE oppo- 
nents and started string of 14 con- 
secutive wins with four in NIT. 
Ranked Nth 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 con- 
secutive wins against NON-ACC 
opponents before losing to Provi- 
dence in the finals of the NCAA 
Eastern Regionals. Increased at- 
tendance record for fourth con- 
secutive 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 I 1 ,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 leage tourna- 
ment. (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 
feld goal percentage record hit- 
ting .547 for season. ACC Coach 
of Year. Gained FINAL EIGHT in 
NCAA Tournament. Beat Notre 
Dame to reach Championship 
game of Midwest Regionals. Won 
ACC regular season title with 
10-2 record. Won all 4 games on 
home courts In North Carolina. 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 I I th in AP Poll. 5th con- 
secutive 22 plus victory season. 
Won first I I games of season. Set 
Maryland free throw shooting rec- 
ord 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 I I 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). 



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1977-78 15-13 

Beat North Carolina State 109- 
108, in opening round of ACC 
Tournament after losing twice dur- 
ing regular season. Set school rec- 
ord with I 30 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 nation. No. I 
Notre Dame, No. 3 Duke, No. 4 
North Carolina State, No. 8 North 
Carolina State. Win over Notre 
Dame on National TV. Buck Wil- 



liams named Rookie of Year in 
ACC. (18 Home Games 201,536 
— average 11,196) (30 games 
316,449— average 10,548). 



1979-80 24-7 

Picked to finish 6th in the confer- 
ence, the Terps led the way with 
an 11-3 record and were regular 
season champions. Advanced to 
the semifinals of the NCAA East- 
ern Regionals and a No. 8 ranking 
in both wire service polls. In the 
final NCAA Division I Statistics 
they finished second in the nation 
in field goal percentage (55.1). 
Coach Drlesell named ACC and 
District III "Coach of the Year". 
Albert King named Player of the 



Year (ACC), M.V.P. of the ACC 
Tournament, and 1st Team All- 
American by the Associated Press. 
Greg Manning became the first 
player ever in the ACC to capture 
both the field goal and free throw 
percentage titles in the same sea- 
son. (16 Home Games 160,815 — 
average 10,051) (31 games 317,- 
501 — average 10,241 ). 



1980-81 21-10 

Seventh time recording 20 or 
more victories. Advanced to the 
finals of the ACC Tournament for 
the sixth time, and to the second 
round of the NCAA Tournament. 
Albert King became the Terp's 
all-time leading scorer, fnishing 
his career with 2,058 points. 
Seniors Ernest Graham and Greg 
Manning also ended careers among 
top five in scoring: Graham 4th — 
1,607 and Manning 5th — 1,561. 
Manning established new marks 
for career field goal and free 
throw accuracy, hitting 58% of his 
shots from the floor and 86% of 
his foul shots. Four players drafted 
by NBA, with Buck Williams (Jr.) 
and Albert King going in the first 
round. Set new attendance rec- 
ords, both overall and average: 
(15 Home Games 196,978 — aver- 
age 13,132) (31 Games 398,036 
— average 12,840). 



1981-82 16-13 

Fourth consecutive post-season 
tournament appearance, advanc- 
ing to 2nd round of NIT. Upset 
No. I Virginia in overtime at home, 
47-46, on final day of regular 
season. Center Charles Pittman 
selected in 3rd round of NBA draft 
by the Phoenix Suns. (16 Home 
Games 157,275 — average 9,830) 
(29 games 286,264 — average 
9,871 ). 



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COACH DRIESELL'S ALL-TIME COLLEGE COACHING STATISTICS 



Shooting 



Rebounds 
MD OPP. 



Scoring 

MD OPP 



YEAR FGA 

1960-61 1,321 

1961-62 1,41 I 

1962-63 1,632 

1963-64 1,644 

1964-65 1,784 

1965-66 1,713 

1966-67 1,645 

1967-68 1,791 

1968-69 2,105 

1969-70 1,709 

1970-71 1,650 

1971-72 1,877 

1972-73 2,094 

1973-74 1,983 

1974-75 1,918 

1975-76 1,854 

1976-77 1,645 

1977-78 1,829 

1978-79 1,897 

1979-80 1,789 

1980-81 1,774 

1981-82 1,359 



FGM 

571 
617 
792 
894 
908 
877 
760 
885 
984 
781 
735 
929 
1,089 
1,012 
1,049 
996 
850 
935 
954 
985 
943 
651 



PCT 

.432 
.437 
.485 
.543 
.509 
.512 
.466 
.494 
.467 
.457 
.445 
.495 
.520 
.510 
.547 
.537 
.516 
.509 
.503 
.551 
.532 
.479 



FTA 

596 
679 
641 
722 
672 
739 
709 
795 
886 
586 
715 
786 
606 
504 
672 
629 
566 
599 
600 
706 
649 
634 



FTM 

407 
493 
477 
534 
484 
563 
537 
562 
645 
417 
480 
586 
435 
376 
509 
477 
415 
433 
430 
51 1 
467 
476 



PCT 

.683 
.726 
.744 
.739 
.720 
.762 
.757 
.708 
.728 
.712 
.715 
.746 
.718 
.746 
.757 
.758 
.733 
.722 
.717 
.724 
.720 
.751 



AVG 

41.6 
42.7 
42.8 
45.2 
47.3 
43.2 
43.0 
46.6 
51.0 
42.5 
44.4 
43.4 
45.4 
48.9 
43.5 
40.2 
38.8 
42.4 
38.5 
35.1 
35.3 
30.2 



AVG 

38.9 
39.4 
33.9 
34.3 
38.4 
37.4 
40.1 
37.6 
39.2 
41.6 
40.3 
32.5 
34.8 
38.1 
34.5 
36.6 
36.2 
37.7 
34.5 
32.3 
30.8 
27.7 



AVG 

67.4 
69.1 
76.3 
89.3 
88.5 
82.8 
76.6 
80.5 
87.1 
76.1 
75.0 
76.4 
87.1 
85.7 
89.9 
88.2 
78.3 
82.1 
77.9 
80.0 
75.9 
61.3 



AVG 

69.8 
69.8 
65.8 
70.5 
70.9 
70.8 
71.1 
68.9 
73.6 
74.7 
73.4 
65.8 
74.2 
69.0 
74.6 
74.3 
74.1 
79.5 
74.7 
71.8 
69.8 
58.8 



W 

9 
14 
20 
22 
24 
2! 
15 
24 
27 
13 
14 
27 
23 
23 
24 
22 
19 
15 
19 
24 
2! 
16 



14 
I I 
7 
4 
2 
7 
12 
5 
3 

13 

12 

5 

7 

5 

5 

6 

8 

13 

I I 

7 

10 
13 



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DRIESELL AND THE TERPS 
IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 



The Maryland Terrapins under Coach Driesell have 
a 16-1 record in International Comjjetition. Driesell 
and the Terps have hosted six National Teams in Cole 
Field House and have won all six games, including an 
overtime decision against the Russian National Team. 
In addition, Maryland represented the United States in 
both the Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games in Mexico 
in 1974 and the Kirin World Cup Games in Japan in 
1980, winning both team championships. 

1971-72 Maryland 60 Italian National Team 49 

1972-73 Maryland 104 Chilean National Team 37 

1973-74 Maryland 166 Iceland National Team 45 

1974-75 §Eighth Intercontinental Cup Games 
Mexico City, Mexico 
§ Maryland 99 Real Madrid (Spain) 87 

§Maryland 89 Chihuahua (Mexico) 79 

§Maryland 120 Aquascalientes *2ot 107 

(Mexico) 
§Maryland 84 Vila Nova (Brazil) 76 

§Maryland 81 Ignis Varese (Italy) 80 



1975-76 Maryland 100 Russian 

National Team 



*ot 96 



1979-80 Maryland -84 Yugoslavia 

fKirin World Cup Games in Japan 

(Won 5, Lost 1) 
fMaryland 139 Japan All-Stars 
fMaryland 92 Japan National Team 
tMaryland 103 China National Team 
fMaryland 106 Japan All-Stars 
fMaryland 77 Japan National Team 
fMaryland 84 China National Team 

1980-81 Maryland 105 Polish National Team 



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64 
71 
58 
79 
78 

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NATIONAL RECOGNITION 

Terp forward, Adrian Branch was one of only fwo 
sophomores named fo fhe 1982-83, Sporting News, 
Pre-Season All-American Checklist. The list consists 
of the Top 50 possible All-American candidates in 
the nation. 

Freshman forward, Len Bias was also recognized 
and honored by the Sporting News. He was named 
to their High School All-American team, consisting 
of the Top 60 high school seniors in 1981-82. 



Terrapin Olympians 




The ultimate individual reward in the world of 
intercollegiate athletics is to be named an All- 
American and to hopefully go on to represent the 
United States in international competition. 

Three Terrapin basketball players have earned 
such berths on the prestigious United States Olympic 
Team, with all three being selected in the past three 
Olympic years. 

Tom McMillen, who ranks as the number three 
career scorer In Maryland history, became the first 
Terp to represent his country. The three time All- 
Amerlcan center for Coach Driesell, helped the 1972 
U.S. Team, coached by hienry Iba, earn a Silver 
Medal. 

A Rhodes Scholar and eight year veteran of the 
N.B.A., he is currently playing for the Atlanta Hawks. 



Steve Sheppard, known to Maryland fans as 
"Bear," was selected to the 1976 Olympic team. An 
integral force in leading the Terps to three national 
rankings, he also provided that same force in helping 
the U.S. team, coached by Dean Smith, in its triumph 
of the Gold Medal in the '76 Games in Montreal. 

Buck Williams, Maryland's tenacious power for- 
ward for three seasons was the last Terp honored, 
when he was chosen for the 1980 Olympic team. The 
team went on to a 4-2 record against various NBA 
All-Star teams and also defeated the Gold Medal 
winning I 976 team. 

This first-round draft pick of the New Jersey Nets, 
third over-all. Is Maryland's second all-time leading 
rebounder and is certain to be a player to be 
reckoned with in the N.B.A., after being named 
Rookie of the Year In 1981-82. 



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