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1987-88 BASKETBALL GUIDE 



Table of Contents 



Section I: Administration and Coaching Staff 5 

Assistant Coaches 10 

Athletic Director — Lew Perkins 7 

Basketball Support Staff 11 

Chancellor — John B. Slaughter 6 

Head Coach - Bob Wade 8 

President — John S. Toll 6 

Section II: The 1987-88 Season 12 

Individual Statistics 32 

Team Roster 14 

The Players 17 

Section III: The Opponents 35 

Composite ACC Schedule 36 

Opponents Capsules 37 

Records vs. 1986-87 Opponents 44 

Records Against All Opponents 47 

Section IV: A Look Back 49 

Final ACC Statistics 56 

Final Statistics 52 

Review of 1986-87 50 



Section V: The Record Books 59 

All American Profiles 65 

All Time Leaders 62 

All Time Scores 77 

All Time Post Season History 60 

History of Maryland Basketball 75 

Maryland Basketball Records 73 

Maryland Invitational Tournaments 61 

NBA Draft History 68 

NCAA Tournaments 63 

Terps on ACC Teams 63 

Terrapin Award Winners 69 

Section VI: The Athletic Department 83 

Biographies 84 

Directory 84 

Section VII: Terps Media Coverage 88 

Metropolitan Media 90 

Voices of the Terps 91 



Edited by: Joe F. Blair and Debbie Russell 

Printed by: Uniuersity of Maryland Printing Department 

Photos by: Larry Crouse, Lars Gelfan, Mitchell Layton, Brian L^ 



'is and Dave Trozzo 



General Information 

University of Maryland 
College Park, Md. 20740 



Founded: 1807 

Enrollment: 29,549 Undergraduate 

8,509 Graduate 
President: Dr. John S. Toll 
Chancellor: Dr. John B. Slaughter 
Athletic Director: Lew Perkins (301) 454-4705 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Years in ACC: 34 
Nickname: Terrapins (Terps) 
Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold 
Arena: Cole Field House (14,500) 
Faculty Chairman, Athletics: Dr. Betty F. Smith 
Sports Information Director: John W. (Jack) Zane 
Sports Information Phone: (301) 454-2123/454-2700 
Sports Information Address: P.O. Box 295, College Park, 

Md. 20740 (Room 1145) 
Ticket Office: (301) 454-2121/(800) 492-0704 in state 
Athletic Department Physician: Dr. Stanford Lavine 



Athletic Department Trainer: J.J. Bush 

Basketball Coach: Bob Wade 

Assistants: Ron Bradley, Oliver Purnell, Jeff Adkins 

Wade's Record at Maryland: 9-17 

Basketball Office Phones: (301) 454-2126 

1986-87 Record: 9 17 

ACC Championships: Two 

Top 10 in Polls: Nine 

20-victory Seasons since ACC Inception: 12 

Winning Seasons since ACC Inception: 25 

Most Victories, Season: 27 in 1971-72 

Most Consecutive Victories: 14, 1959 to 1960 

Most Losses, Season: 21 in 1941 

Most Consecutive Losses: 22, 1940 to 1941 

NCAA Tournament Appearances: Nine 

NCAA Tournament Record: 12-9 

All-ACC Selections: 41 







1987-88 Maryland Basketball Schedule 




Date 


Day 


Team 


Site 


Time 


Television 


Nov. 


18 


Wed. 


Canadian National Team 


Home 


8.00 






27 


Fri. 


MCI Harbor Classic — Baltimore 
Maryland vs. Loyola 
Mississippi vs. St. Josephs 


Neutral 


7:00 
9:00 






28 


Sat. 


MCI Harbor Classic 

Consolation 

Championship 


Neutral 


7:00 
9:00 




Dec. 


3 


Thurs. 


Winthrop College 


Home 


8:00 






5 


Sat. 


West Virginia University 


Away 


4:00 






8 


Tues. 


Mount Saint Mary's College 


Away 


7:30 






10 


Thurs. 


East Carolina University 


Home 


8:00 






12 


Sat. 


Louisiana State University 


Away 


1:30 


ABC 




28 


Mon. 


University of South Carolina 


Home 


8:00 






30 


Wed. 


University of Arkansas 


Home 


8:00 




Jan. 


2 


Sat. 


Wake Forest University 


Home 


2:00 


R/J 




6 


Wed. 


University of Missouri 


Away 


7:30 






9 


Sat. 


Clemson University 


Home 


1:30 


R/J 




14 


Thurs. 


University of North Carolina 


Home 


9:00 


R/J-ESPN 




16 


Sat. 


Duke University 


Away 


7:00 


ESPN 




20 


Wed. 


University of Virginia 


Away 


7:30 






27 


Wed. 


North Carolina State University 


Home 


9:00 


R/J 


Feb. 


2 


Tues. 


University of Notre Dame 


Away 


8:00 






6 


Sat. 


Old Dominion University 


Away 


7:35 






8 


Mon. 


Georgia Tech 


Home 


9:00 


R/J 




10 


Wed. 


Clemson University 


Away 


7:30 






13 


Sat. 


Duke University 


Home 


9:00 


ESPN 




17 


Wed. 


Georgia Tech 


Away 


7:30 






20 


Sat. 


University of North Carolina 


Away 


2:00 


R/J-ESPN 




25 


Thurs. 


Maryland — Eastern Shore 


Home 


8:00 






27 


Sat. 


Wake Forest University 


Away 


1:30 


R/J 


Mar. 


3 


Thurs. 


North Carolina University 


Away 


9:00 


ESPN 




5 


Sat. 


University of Virginia 

ACC Tournament 


Home 


1:30 


ESPN 


Mar. 


11 


Fri. 


Tournament — Quarter-Finals 
— Quarter-Finals 
— Quarter-Finals 
— Quarter-Finals 


Greensboro 


12:00 
2:00 
7:00 
9:00 


R/J-ESPN 




12 


Sat. 


Tournament — Semi-Finals 
— Semi-Finals 




1:30 
3:30 


R/J-ESPN 




13 


Sun. 


Tournament— CHAMPIONSHIP 




1:00 


NBC-R/J 

ESPN (Delay) 


R/J — Raycom/ Jefferson Pilot Teleproductions, ACC-TV 









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The University of Maryland, located in College Park, Maryland, was founded in 1807 as the College of Medicine of 
Maryland. The name was changed in 1812 to the University of Maryland and in 1920 it was merged with the Maryland 
State College. The current enrollment of students on the College Park campus totals 38,307. The University is located just 
north of our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Visitors to the University of Maryland will be sure to find (clockwise 
from upper left) the Maryland Chapel, Main Administrative Building, Hornbake Library and the Glenn L. Martin 
Institute of Technology (the engineering building). 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Led by its flagship campus at College Park, the 
University of Maryland is the state's land grant 
institution located on five major campuses that reach 
out to university students worldwide. 

With some 87,838 students, more than 4,000 full- 
time faculty, and over 400 major programs of study, 
the university ranks among the top 20 public research 
universities in the country. Six programs at College 
Park (computer science, math, physics, art history, 
economics, and electrical engineering) are ranked 
among the top 10. 

The 1,378 acre College Park campus, encompass- 
ing 10 professional colleges and schools, offers 125 
programs of study for undergraduates. Preprofes- 
sional education is offered in 13 fields; the graduate 
student may choose among 80 academic areas. 

Close to 30,000 undergraduates, including an in- 
creasing number of Merit Scholars and recipients of 
Banneker Scholarships for black students, and 8,000 
graduates avail themselves of such research facilities 
as: scanning electron microscopes; subsonic and 
supersonic wind tunnels; an electron ring accelerator; 
a gravitational radiation detection system including a 
gravimeter on the moon, a criminal forensics labora- 
tory; and a laboratory for plasma and fusion energy 
studies. To serve both students and faculty, the 
McKeldin and Hornbake libraries together with a 
number of specialty libraries provide materials 
covering all fields of modern and ancient research. 



The Baltimore City campus in downtown Baltimore 
consists of the Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, 
Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work and Community 
Planning, as well as an inter-professional graduate 
school, a 785 bed Hospital, and the Institute for 
Emergency Medical Services. The University of Mary- 
land Medical Systems/Hospital includes the Shock 
Trauma Center, the Cancer Center, and other health 
related institutes serving the community and the state. 

UMBC, the modern 476-acre Baltimore County 
campus, opened in 1966. Offering the traditional arts, 
humanities, and sciences curricula, UMBC also has 
new programs in computer science, engineering, 
nursing, and information systems management. 
Graduate degrees are offered in 20 fields, including 
marine biology and policy sciences. 

The Eastern Shore campus, located in historic 
Princess Anne, offers a full range of curricula in the 
arts and sciences, agriculture, and business fields. 
Research and public-service organizations on the 536- 
acre campus include the Cooperative Extension 
Service, Hospitality Resources Center, Institute for 
Eastern Shore Studies, and Soybean Research 
Institute. 

University College, with close to 12,000 students 
stateside and over 24,000 overseas, is one of the 
country's leading centers for lifelong learning. The 
European and Asian Divisions of University College 
bring degree programs to U.S. military and govern- 
ment-affiliated personnel and their families in some 15 
foreign countries. 

Other major components of the university are the 
Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies, 
where research and public service projects deal with 
the biology and ecology of Maryland and the Chesa- 
peake Bay; the Cooperative Extension Service which 
provides statewide service on agriculture, home 
economics, and ways to improve living conditions; 
and the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station 
carrying on a university-wide program of research in 
agriculture and related areas. In addition to these 
centers, the U.S. Department of Commerce has 
designated Maryland as a Sea Grant College in 
recognition of the quality of its work related to the 
Chesapeake Bay. 

In fulfilling its mission to train future leaders, carry 
out research, and provide services to the state, nation 
and the world, the University of Maryland ranks 
among the truly outstanding public institutions of 
higher learning in the United States. 



Administration and Coaching Staff 



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Dr. John S. Toll 



President 



As president of a major research University with five 
campuses and 88,400 students worldwide, John S. Toll is 
dedicated to strengthening excellence in teaching, research, 
and public service. Under his leadership, the University has 
developed programs of high quality, has attracted outstanding 
faculty and students, and has built partnerships with industry, 
government, schools, and other institutions. 

In the past few years, milestones in the University's progress 
have included two Pulitzer Prizes for faculty members and 
important developments in medical research and treatment, in 
biotechnology, and in many other areas, among them: 

• The National Science Foundation awarded the College 
Park campus a $16 million grant to establish a Systems 
Research Center, one of six national centers of excellence 
in engineering. 

• The University's Center of Marine Biotechnology, located 
in Baltimore, has received a $6,695 million, five-year 
federal grant. 

• The U.S. Department of Education awarded the College of 
Education a $6.5 million, five-year grant to establish a 
Center for Research on Postsecondary Education Man- 
agement and Governance. 

• Philanthropic support for academic programs at the 
University has reached a new high of over $12 million 
annually. 

• The arts flourish at Maryland, including the highly acclaimed 
Handel Festival; the traveling performances of "Shake- 
speare on Wheels," and the world renowned University of 
Maryland Piano Festival and William Kapell Competition. 




John Toll graduated from Yale, 1944, with highest honors 
and earned his advanced degrees in physics at Princeton. 
During his distinguished career as a theoretical physicist and 
educator, for 12 years he chaired the physics department at the 
College Park campus and led it to national prominence. He then 
served as president of the State University of New York at 
Stony Brook from 1965 to 1978, when he returned to Maryland 
to become the University's 22nd president. An avid jogger and 
tennis player, Dr. Toll and his wife Deborah have two 
daughters. 




John Brooks Slaughter, the third Chancellor of the College 
Park Campus, is a distinguished scientist and a dedicated 
humanitarian as well as an able administrator. His research 
specialities are in the fields of electrical engineering and 
computer systems. His accomplishments in these fields have 
brought him high recognition. He is a Fellow in the Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science. He holds membership in 
the National Academy of Engineering, was selected U.C.L.A. 
Engineering Alumnus of the Year (1978), received the Dis- 
tinguished Service Award from the National Science Founda- 
tion (1979), and was recognized for Distinguished Service in 
Engineering by Kansas State University (1981). 



Dr. John Brooks Slaughter 

Chancellor 



Dr. Slaughter received his B.S. Degree in Electrical Engi- 
neering in 1956 at Kansas State University, and his Master's in 
Engineering from UCLA in 1961. He earned his Ph.D. in 
Engineering Science from the University of California, San 
Diego in 1971. 

Dr. Slaughter is married to Dr. Ida Bernice Slaughter, herself 
an educator with the Montgomery County Public Schools. 
They have two children; John, a veterinarian, and Jacqueline, a 
graduate of Hampton University. 

Prior to assuming his responsibilities at the University of 
Maryland, Dr. Slaughter served as Academic Vice President 
and Provost at Washington State University and as Director of 
the National Science Foundation. In his inauguration address to 
the College Park campus on May 3, 1983, he set the course for 
his administration: "I want to see this campus continue its 
vigorous pursuit of academic excellence while reaching out to a 
more diversified student body. I want the University of 
Maryland at College Park to set a national standard for 
excellence and equality. As we pursue these goals, we must also 
enhance our contributions to the State. Finally, I am committed 
to a university that is a community, a community that takes 
pride in itself and touches each person involved in the campus 
with pride." 



Lew Perkins 
Director of Athletics 




In his first six months as Director of Athletics, Lew Perkins has 
concentrated on establishing a strong administrative team to 
manage the athletic program. 

Among his first priorities was hiring Dr. Gerald Gurney as 
Director of the Academic Support Unit. Dr. Gurney will manage 
the overall academic progress of all Maryland athletes. 

Perkins has also concentrated on reviewing the total fund raising 
effort of the Maryland Athletic Department and has begun to 
develop plans for the overall enhancement of the program. 

He has been a visible and active leader of the program, making a 
number of public appearances throughout the state and the area. 
His purpose is to meet with as many alumni groups and state 
leaders that his busy schedule will permit. 

Perkins believes strongly in the academic progress of student- 
athletes and the visibility of the entire athletic program at the 
University. 

He assumed the duties as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on 
June 8, 1987. 

In announcing the appointment of Perkins as the Maryland AD, 
on May 11, Chancellor John Slaughter said "He has demonstrated 
exceptional skills in management. He has an outstanding ability to 
make tough fiscal decisions when they are necessary and he has a 
clear philosophy that a sound athletic program must place its 
highest priority on supporting the academic program of the 
institution." 

Perkins had gained a reputation as an outstanding administrator 
while serving as the Director of Athletics at Wichita State 
University for four years. He spent countless hours fostering 
university and community relations and building a solid working 
relationship with the NCAA and athletic programs around the 
country. 

Results of his efforts were rewarded in 1985 when the NCAA, in 
an unprecedented move, cited Wichita State for running an 
exemplary program. The Arizona Republic newspaper soon after 
rated Perkins one of the top 25 athletic directors in the nation. 

Perkins philosophy for direction of the 16 sport varsity inter- 
collegiate program at Wichita State was that "winning is th'e most 
important thing in the world but not at the expense of the student- 
athlete or institution." His concern for the welfare of the student- 
athlete was confirmed when he instituted the Athletic Director's 
Honor Roll to honor Wichita State student-athletes maintaining a 
3.0 grade point average or better. In the first two years of his honor 
roll program, 212 athletes were recognized for their academic 
achievements. 



A native of Chelsea, Massachusetts, Perkins has been active in 
collegiate athletics since he graduated from Chelsea High in 1963. 
He was the top basketball scorer in the Boston area that year, 
averaging over 35 points a game. 

He attended the University of Iowa where he earned three 
letters in basketball as the Hawkeyes recorded a 47-25 record. As a 
senior, he received the Tony Cordaro Memorial Award in recogni- 
tion of his achievements on the basketball court and in the 
classroom. 

He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa in 1967 
and in 1969 received certification in Physical Education. In 1975, he 
earned a master's degree in Guidance and Counseling from the 
University of South Carolina-Columbia. 

Upon leaving Iowa he became the Athletic Director and Head 
Basketball Coach at the University of South Carolina-Aiken where 
he remained for 11 years. He took USC- Aiken from junior college 
to four year status and built a strong athletic program. 

He served as Associate Athletics Director at the University of 
Pennsylvania from 1980 to 1983. While at Penn he was responsible 
for the day-to-day operation of an athletic program that included 28 
varsity sports. He handled many responsibilities while at Penn, 
including supervising and monitoring NCAA and Ivy League rules 
and regulations. 

At Maryland, Perkins oversees a department fielding NCAA 
teams in 23 sports and operating on an annual budget of $8.7 
million. The department has over 90 full-time employees. 

Perkins was born on March 24, 1945. He is married to the former 
Gwen Flaum. G wen has her BA degree from the University of Iowa 
and a Master's in Education from the University of South Carolina 
where she is also a Doctoral candidate. 

They have two daughters Amy, 16, a volleyball player in high 
school, and Holly 14. Holly is active in all sports but favors golf. 

Lew Perkins Profile 

DATE OF BIRTH 

March 24, 1945 

EDUCATION 

Chelsea High, Chelsea, Mass. 1963 

University of Iowa 1967 - BS 

University of South Carolina-Columbia 1975 MED 

COACHING EXPERIENCE 

University of South Carolina-Aiken, 1969-80 
Head Basketball Coach 

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION 

University of South Carolina-Aiken, 1969-80 

Director of Athletics 
University of Pennsylvania, 1980-83 

Associate Director of Athletics 
The Wichita State University 

Director of Athletics 1983-87 
University of Maryland 

Director of Athletics 1987- 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

Chelsea High 
University of Iowa 
(Three letters in Basketball) 

MARRIED 

Gwen Flaum 

CHILDREN 

Amy, 16 
Holly, 14 



Robert P. "Bob" Wade 

Head Basketball Coach 




Beginning his second year as Head Coach of the Terrapins, Bob 
Wade enters the season with high expectations. His starting five in 
all of the 26 games return and he was successful in having a good 
recruiting year, bringing in three youngsters, ranked by many in 
the Top Ten best newcomers. 

After accepting the position of head coach only two days before 
the start of a delayed season, Wade promised one thing — the 
Maryland team would be competitive. Being competitive in the 
ACC would be a hard thing to do, even for one who brought a 
phenomenal winning percentage of 91.9 q o to Maryland. At Dunbar 
of Baltimore, Wade not only coached basketball to great players, 
but also taught them something more important than basketball, 
the essence of getting an education. Academics would not take a 
back seat to basketball, not at Dunbar and not at the University of 
Maryland. "Having something like an education to fall back on is of 
the utmost importance," Wade said. 

Wade inherited a team with no seniors, a junior playing out of 
position, three sophomores who saw limited action the previous 
season, and seven new players. He did make this team competi- 
tive. His coaching peers marveled how well the team progressed as 
the season went on and played impressively as the season wound 
down. Wade's team got closer to beating North Carolina at Cole 
Field House than any Maryland team in the past three years. Nine 
of Maryland's opponents (15 games) reached the NCAA Tourna- 
ment. 

After the last regular season game, Brent Musburger of CBS- 
TV, named Coach Wade "Rookie Coach of the Year." 

On October 30, 1986, after 1 1 years and 272 victories at Dunbar, 
Wade embarked upon a new frontier. The challenge of restoring 
the Terrapin basketball program, the task of pushing Maryland to 
the forefront of athletic and academic excellence. Chancellor John 
B. Slaughter's announcement of Wade as the first black basketball 
coach in Atlantic Coast Conference history was surprising, bold 
and imaginative. "All the things I wanted to see in a basketball 



coach were embodied in Bob Wade," Slaughter said upon the 
announcement of Wade as the sixth head basketball coach in 
Maryland history. "His emphasis on academic attainment is 
completely in consonance with what we put into place." 

Certainly, the man comes to Maryland with glimmering creden- 
tials. His Dunbar programs dominated Baltimore basketball, 
enveloping the city in a sense of pride and accomplishment and 
procuring its stature as one of the nation's top pools of young 
talent. The Poets went on a remarkable 272-24 during Wade's 11 
years at Dunbar — a phenomenal .919 winning percentage. 
Included during that tenure were five top 10 and three No. 1 
national high school rankings (1983, 1984, 1985) and nine MSA A 
Conference championships. And his 1982-83 team, a roster 
blessed with standouts Reggie Williams (Georgetown), Tyrone 
Bogues (Wake Forest), Tim Dawson (George Washington) and 
Michael Brown (Clemson), is considered by many to be the finest 
high school basketball team ever. 

But Wade's reputation as a winner ventures much deeper than 
any won-lost record. It encapsules the maturation of young men, 
the preparation for the future and the understanding of what it 
takes to succeed. Dunbar players were required to spend two 
hours daily in his mandatory study hall (one hour during the 
season), and all players were to complete their classroom obliga- 
tions before par-taking in his dominant basketball program. An 
academic advffor had an office adjacent to Wade's "classroom," 
and was instructed to pull a student off the court if a review of 
schoolwork was necessary. It was the Wade Way: conscientious, 
disciplined, communicative. "He wants them to know they need 
something to fall back on," said Geraldine West, who served as 
Wade's academic advisor and is head of the Dunbar mathematics 
department. "He tells them that not everyone is going to be a pro 
star. Sports are a means to get a diploma." 

On the court, his Dunbar teams were a poetic symphony of 
hoop pulchritude. They diminished the opposition with a fullcourt 
transition game, suffocating teams with a choking pressure 
defense and devastating fastbreak. Wade was not blessed with 
exceptional height throughout his years at Dunbar. Instead, he 
utilized athletic ability and intense discipline — and that explosive, 
end-to-end transition — to force teams into submission. 

When it comes to running a basketball team, few have done it 
better. Wade sent 36 of his players on to play college basketball, 
and every Dunbar senior since 1978 has gone on to participate at 
an NCAA level. The list of Wade pupils who have gone on to 
achieve success at the Division I level is extensive: Ernest Graham 
at Maryland; Williams and David Wingate of Georgetown; Dawson 
at George Washington; 5-foot-3 point guard extraordinaire Bogues 
at Wake Forest; Reggie Lewis at Northeastern; Brown at Clemson; 
Herman Harried at Syracuse; Gary Graham at Nevada-Las Vegas; 
Steve Wallace at Missouri; Dwayne Wallace at Pittsburgh; Terry 
and Perry Dozier, Keith James and Derrick Lewis, all at South 
Carolina; and Kevin Woods at Tennessee are to name the core of 
the group. "My concern is for the child," says The Coach. "If he is 
able to receive an athletic scholarship from this program and go on 
to better himself in life, then I think it's worthwhile." 

Wade also served as football coach and athletic director during 
his tenure at Dunbar. In leading the football Poets to four straight 
MSA championship games and two MSA titles, he further 
established his abilities to push young men to excellence. "Bob is 
the right man for any kind of job," said longtime friend, MSA rival 
and former boss Pete Pompey, the head football coach at 
Baltimore-Edmondson. 




COACH WADE AND FAMILY 
Wife Carolyn and Sons Daryl, 20; Darion, 11 



But it was on the basketball court where Wade instilled national 
prominence. He went 12-6 in his first season, then won his first 
MSA A title the following year ( 1976-77) with a 23-1 record. Three 
straight MSA titles ensued, and in 1981-82, with Wingate, Williams 
and Bogues, Wade led Dunbar through an incredible four-year 
streak which included a 119-1 record, the three mythical national 
championships and four more MSA crowns. 

Wade turned down several offers to become an assistant coach 
at a college program with national presence, electing instead to 
stay in Baltimore and at Dunbar with his wife of 21 years, Carolyn, 
and sons Daryl, 20 and Darion, 11. But when the chance to take the 
head position at Maryland arose, Wade admits he "was in a state of 
disbelief when they offered me the job. I'm honored and elated." 

Born in Baltimore on December 9, 1944, Robert Purnell Wade 
grew up just a few blocks from the school where he would later 
assume a longtime athletic role. He attended Dunbar High, where 
he played football and basketball. As a sixth man in basketball, 
Wade played for the legendary William F. "Sugar" Cain, the man 
whom he later succeeded as basketball coach. 

Wade went on to attend Morgan State University, where he 
earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Physical Education 
and learned the values of communication and discipline. At 
Morgan State from 1963 to 1966, he concentrated on football and 
starred as a defensive back for the Golden Bears, who lost just four 
games during his four seasons. He was drafted by the NFL's 
Baltimore Colts in the 15th round of the 1967 Collegiate Draft and 
spent four years in the NFL, with the Washington Redskins, 
Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos. A wrist injury in 1971 cut 
short his playing career; Wade returned to the Baltimore area, first 
as a teacher at Clarksville Middle School (Howard County) for one 
year, then as an assistant to Pompey at Edmondson from 1972-75. 
In September, 1975, Wade assumed his roles at Dunbar. 

"I hope the marriage between Bob Wade and Maryland will be a 
tremendous one," the coach said on the day of his appointment. 

If his tenure at Dunbar was the courtship, the marriage should 
be a long and prosperous one. 



Bob Wade Profile 

FULL NAME: Robert Purnell Wade 

AGE: 43 

DATE OF BIRTH: December 9, 1944 

BIRTHPLACE: Baltimore. Maryland 

MARRIED: To the former Carolyn Edwards of Baltimore on July 

16, 1966. 
CHILDREN: Daryl, 20 and Darion, 11. 
EDUCATION: 

— Dunbar High, Baltimore, Maryland, 1963. 

— Morgan State University, Baltimore, 1967. Earned Bachelor of 
Science degree and later achieved Master's equivalent in Physi- 
cal Education. 

ATHLETIC EXPERIENCE: 

— Played football and basketball at Dunbar High. 

— Four-year letterman defensive back at Morgan State, 1963-66. 

— Drafted in the 15th round of the 1967 NFL Draft by the Baltimore 
Colts. 

— played in the NFL with Pittsburgh (1968), Washington (1969) 
and in the AFL with Denver (1970-71). 

COACHING EXPERIENCE: 

— Eleven years at Dunbar High, Baltimore. Coached varsity 
football and basketball. Led the basketball program to a 272-24 
record, three mythical national championships and nine MSA A 
Conference titles. From 1981 to 1985, his Dunbar basketball 
teams went a combined 119-1. 

DUNBAR COACHING RECORD: 

Year Record 

1975-76 12-6 

1976-77 23-1 

1977-78 24-3 

1978-79 23-0 

1979-80 24-3 

1980-81 24-3 

1981-82 29-0 

1982-83 31-0 

1983-84 30-0 

1984-85 29-1 

1985-86 23-7 

Totals 272-24 



ASSISTANT COACHES 




Ron Bradley 
Eastern Nazarene '73 



The senior member of head coach Bob Wade's assistant staff, Ron Bradley begins 
his seventh season at Maryland and fifth season on a full-time basis, having served as a 
volunteer assistant to Lefty Driesell from 1981-83. Prior to his arrival in College Park, 
Bradley was head coach at alma mater Eastern Nazarene, where he led the Crusaders 
to a 96-51 record and four NCAA District championships. 

During Bradley's tenure as a full-time assistant at Maryland, the Terps have won 77 
of 128 games and captured an ACC Tournament Championship ( 1984). His extensive 
educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology/ History 
from Eastern Nazarene and a Master's in Physical Education from Bridgewater State 
(Mass.) College. Bradley is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Sports Psychology at 
Maryland, a program he enrolled in shortly after accepting the Terp volunteer position 
in 1982. 

A four-year letterman in basketball at Eastern Nazarene (1969-73), Bradley ranked 
among the top 15 NAIA scorers in the nation twice and was a three-time honorable 
mention All-America selection by AP and UPI. Playing for his father, Caroll F. Bradley, 
who has since returned as coach at Eastern Nazarene, Ron scored 2,649 points in 107 
games (24.8 ppg) and was drafted by the ABA's New York Nets as a junior-eligible in 
1972. 

Bradley played for several Boston-area semipro teams from 1973-76, then accepted 
the head coaching position at Eastern Nazarene. His Crusaders won 20 or more 
games twice and captured the NCAA Regional Championship in 1979. Married to the 
former Denise Smith of Salisbury, the Bradleys have two children: son Brad, 9, and 
daughter Katlin, 3. He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on February 9, 1951. 




Oliver Purnell 
Old Dominion '75 



After 14 seasons of direct association with the basketball program at Old Dominion, 
Oliver Purnell begins his third season as an assistant at Maryland. Recognized as one 
of the top recruiters on the East Coast, Purnell played a major role in establishing 
ODU as one of the better programs in the Atlantic Coast region and has teamed with 
fellow assistant Bradley to give Maryland its third straight solid recruiting year. 

A 1975 graduate of Old Dominion and a sixth-round pick of the Milwaukee Bucks in 
that year's NBA Draft, Purnell was a three-year starter at point guard for the 
Monarchs. As a senior, he captained ODU to the Division II National Championship 
with a 25-6 record. He scored 1,090 points during his three seasons and still ranks fifth 
on the ODU all-time assist list with 474. 

Purnell joined the Monarchs' coaching staff as a graduate assistant in 1975, after 
earning his Bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education. He spent two years 
on the ODU staff as a grad assistant, earning his Master's in Administration in 1978. 
He was made a full-time assistant in 1977; in 1980, he was named top assistant coach. 
During Purnell's 10 years at Old Dominion, the Monarchs were 196-99 and made nine 
postseason appearances. 

Born May 9, 1953 in Berlin, Maryland, Purnell's wife, the former Vicky Wise, 
graduated from Maryland in 1975 with a Bachelor's degree in music and worked in the 
Admissions Office for two years following graduation. They have two daughters: 
Olivia, 4; and Linsay, 2. 




A four-year letterman at Maryland and the Terps' all-time leader in consecutive 
games played with 128, Jeff Adkins begins his third season on the Maryland coaching 
staff. Adkins joined the staff in September 1985 as a graduate assistant to Lefty 
Driesell, and assumed part-time status in May 1986, when Bart Bellairs accepted a 
position at the University of Massachusetts. 

A graduate of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, Adkins 
was a steadying influence at guard for the Terps, who went 85-43 and qualified for 
three NCAA Tournaments during his tenure as a player. A seventh-round draft pick 
of the Chicago Bulls, Adkins had 999 points (7.8 ppg), 360 assists (2.8) and 310 
rebounds (2.4) during his career. His best season was as a junior, when he started 31 
games, shot 53.8 percent from the floor and averaged 9.5 points per game. He also 
averaged 9.9 points and 4.0 assists per game as a sophomore. 

A native of Martinsville, Virginia, where he was born May 20, 1963, Adkins is single. 



Jeff Adkins 
Maryland '85 



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Basketball Support Staff 





Linda Van Wagenen 
Coach Wade's Secretary 



Connie Thomas 
Receptionist 




Woodrow "Woody" Williams 
Administrative Assistant 






Tim Burton 

Head Manager 



Jim Spicer — Troy Wainwright 
Assistant Managers 



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Basketball Support Staff 




Dr. Stanford A. Lavine (Maryland '50) 
Team Physician 

Dr. Lavine, for 27 years has been the 
University's Team Physician and Ortho- 
pedic Surgeon. He has medically supervised 
athletes in all of the University's sports 
programs, which now numbers 22. 

He is with the football team at all games, 
home and away, and attends all the home 
basketball games and many away games. 
His office is on call at all times when the trainers call for him to see 
an athlete. In all these years, Dr. Lavine has missed only 5 
Maryland football games. 

He is considered one of the nation's top Orthopedic Surgeons 
and is most prominent in the field of "Sports Medicine." He has an 
annual clinic which attracts the top Orthopedic Surgeons and 
athletic team doctors in the country. His reputation has brought 
him numerous professional athletes of all sports, men and women, 
for surgery and treatment. 

Dr. Lavine had been the team physician for the Washington 
Redskins since 1975. He also was the team physician for the 
Washington Bullets, 1973-79. Thus, his trophy mantle glitters with 
5 Maryland ACC Championships rings, 2 Redskin Super Bowl 
rings, and one NBA Championship ring while with the Bullets. 

Out of Pittsburgh's (PA) Schenley High School, he has scholar- 
ship offers from the University of Kentucky and West Virginia 
before choosing Maryland. In his first year as the Terp quarterback, 
he played for the legendary Clark Shaughnesy. Playing for the late 
Jim Tatum his junior year, he led the Terps to a 9-1 record 
including a 20-7 win over Missouri in in the Gator Bowl in which he 
threw for two touchdowns. 

Following graduation from the University's Medical School, he 
interned in Philadelphia and Cleveland, served two years in the Air 
Force then began his medical practice at Washington Hospital 
Center. He now works out of the Center and Sibley Hospital. 



John J. Bush (Florida State '69) 
Head Trainer 

J. J. Bush joined the Maryland Training 
Staff in 1972 and took over the Head 
Trainer's duties in 1978. He has the overall 
responsibility for 22 varsity sports. 

He came to Maryland from the U.S. Army 
where he served with the Airborne Rangers. 
He holds a Private Pilot's license and enjoys 
flying when he has the opportunity. 

J. J. has hosted several Cramer Student Trainer Workshops at 
Maryland and is active in the National Athletic Trainers Associa- 
tion especially in the area of improving training on the high school 
level. In 1981 he was appointed as the District III representative to 
the National Association's Committee on Licensure. In 1981 he 
was also elected President of the Maryland Athletic Trainer 
Association, a group he helped organize in 1980. He and his wife 
Gina have a son Jordan 3V 2 years old, and he has a stepson, 
Brandon Cole 10. 





Bill Saylor (Delaware '80) 
Assistant Trainer 

Saylor was named to the Maryland 
training staff September 1 and was given 
the assignment as head trainer for the 
basketball team. 

He received his Bachelor of Science 
Degree in Physical Education, from the 
University of Delaware, 1980. He earned 
his Master's Degree in Physical Educa- 
tion from the University of Virginia, 
August, 1983. 

He served as an athletic trainer in the Sports Medicine 
Department of the U.S. Naval Academy 1984-86. He assisted 
the training staff of the Washington Redskins' mini-camps and 
summer training camps, 1985-87. 

He participated in sports medicine and sports psychology 
seminars and clinics at Delaware and Virginia. He accumulated 
over 1600 hours of practical work, also at Delaware and 
Virginia. Saylor also has been the trainer for a number of 
summer lacrosse, wrestling, football and basketball camps. He 
married Patricia Bird, also a 1980 graduate of Delaware. 




Jim Spiro 
Graduate Assistant 



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THE 1987-88 SEASON 





1987-88 University of Maryland 
Basketball Roster 



NO. 


NAME 


POS. 


HGT. 


WGT. 


CLASS 


3 


Keith Gatlin 


Guard 


6-5 


170 


Senior 


5 


Mitch Kasoff 


Guard 


6-1 


175 


Sophomore 


10 


Mark Karver 


Forward 


6-7 


195 


Sophomore 


11 


Teyon McCoy 


Guard 


6-1 


170 


Sophomore 


12 


Rudy Archer 


Guard 


6-1 


170 


Junior 


21 


John Johnson 


Guard 


6-4 


170 


Junior 


22 


Greg Nared 


Guard 


6-4 


190 


Junior 


23 


Dave Dickerson 


Forward 


6-6 


200 


Junior 


24 


Brian Williams 


Center 


6-10 


210 


Freshman 


25 


Tony Massenburg 


F/C 


6-9 


230 


Sophomore 


30 


Rodney Walker 


Forward 


6-9 


250 


Junior 


33 


Derrick Lewis 


Forward 


6-7 


195 


Senior 


43 


Cedric Lewis 


Forward 


6-9 


200 


Freshman 


44 


Steve Hood 


G/F 


6-6 


190 


Sophomore 


12 


Rudy Archer 


Guard 


6-1 


170 


Junior 


23 


Dave Dickerson 


Forward 


6-6 


200 


Junior 


3 


Keith Gatlin 


Guard 


6-5 


170 


Senior 


44 


Steve Hood 


G/F 


6-6 


190 


Sophomore 


21 


John Johnson 


Guard 


6-4 


170 


Junior 


10 


Mark Karver 


Forward 


6-7 


195 


Sophomore 


5 


Mitch Kasoff 


Guard 


6-1 


175 


Sophomore 


43 


Cedric Lewis 


Forward 


6-9 


200 


Freshman 


33 


Derrick Lewis 


Forward 


6-7 


195 


Senior 


25 


Tony Massenburg 


F/C 


6-9 


230 


Sopohomore 


11 


Teyon McCoy 


Guard 


6-1 


170 


Sophomore 


22 


Greg Nared 


Guard 


6-4 


190 


Junior 


30 


Rodney Walker 


Forward 


6-9 


250 


Junior 


24 


Brian Williams 


Center 


6-10 


210 


Freshman 



HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL 

Grimesland, NC/Conley 
Pikesville, MD/ Pikesville 
Keningston, MD/ Chevy Chase 
Hammond, IN/Bishop Noll 
Baltimore, MD/ Allegany CC 
Knoxville, TN/Bearden 
Wilmington, OH/Wilmington 
Olar, SC/Denmark-Olar 
Santa Monica, CA/St. Monica 
Sussex, VA/Sussex Central 
Baltimore, MD/Cardinal Gibbons 
Temple Hills, MD/John Carroll 
Temple Hills, MD/John Carroll 
New Carrollton, MD/DeMatha 

Baltimore, MD/ Allegany CC 
Olar, SC/Denmark-Olar 
Grimesland, NC/Conley 
New Carrolton, MD/DeMatha 
Knoxville, TN/Bearden 
Kensington, MD/Chevy Chase 
Pikesville, MD/Pilkesville 
Temple Hills, MD/John Carroll 
Temple Hills, MD/John Carroll 
Sussex, VA/Sussex Central 
Hammond, IN/Bishop Noll 
Wilmington, OH/Wilmington 
Baltimore, MD/Cardinal Gibbons 
Santa Monica, CA/St. Monica 



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TERRAPINS HAVE THE 3 TOP SHOTBLOCKERS IN COUNTRY 

,l,ir,f J~± 

i t t t 

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# 43 Cedric Lewis — 

# 33 Derrick Lewis - 

# 24 Brian Williams 



Led High Schools in Blocks Last Year 

- Returns as No. 1 Collegiate Blocker 

Was Ranked No. 2, Behind Cedric 



RATED IN NATIONS 

I^HniBGBBBI 



TOP 10' 

4 * I 



1987 RECRUITING CLASS 

■■■■■■■■■■■■■ 




Cedric Lewis, Rudy Archer, Brian Williams 



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THE TERRAPIN BROTHERS 
Cedric and Derrick Lewis 





16 




NATIONS LEADING SHOT BLOCKER 



17 




A genuine All-America candidate follow- 
ing outstanding sophomore and junior years 
. . . The Sporting News, on their All-America 
checklist, picked Lewis as the third best 
power forward in the country, they ranked 
him behind Danny Manning and J.R. Reid 
. . . Lewis is the nation's top returning shot 
blocker for the 1987-88 season . . . He finished 
second last year to Navy's All-American 
Dave Robinson . . . Lewis had a 4.4 average 
blocks per game while Robinson had a 4.5 
average, one-tenth of a point higher . . . 
Started every game at center his sophomore 
and junior years . . . Plans are for him to 
return to his desired forward position as the 
center job is slated for freshman Brian 
Williams and sophomore Tony Massenburg 
... A first team All-ACC selection last year, 
the only junior to be named to the first team 
... He returns as the ACC's leading scorer 
(19.6), leading rebounder (9.5), top shot 
blocker (4.4); and best field goal % (.602) . . . 
Last year's team captain led the team in 5 
categories: scoring (510 points, 19.6) field 
goal % (.602); rebounding, 248 (9.5); blocked 
shots, 1 14 (4.4), and steals, 37 . . . Since the 
NCAA officially started keeping blocked 
shots (1985-86 season), Lewis has been the 
ACC's top blocker with 77 his sophomore 
year and 114 last year ... As a freshman, 
when blocks weren't officially recognized, 
he had a league leading 99 which was second 
best in the nation . . . Officially, he has at 
least one block in every game he has played, 

33 as a soph and 26 last season . . . Also, as a 
freshman, he had at least one block per 
game ... He has started 93 consecutive 
games ... As a freshman, he did not start his 
first 3 games, then was a starter in the final 

34 games of his freshman season, then 



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DERRICK LEWIS 

Senior/Forward-Center 
6-7, 195 DOB: 8-1-1966 
John Carroll High 
Temple Hills, Md. 



started all 33 games as a sophomore and the 
26 last season . . . Against UMBC last year 
he set a new ACC record when he came up 
with his second "Triple-Double" ... He 
scored his career high 32 points and had 10 
rebounds and 10 blocked shots . . . Earlier in 
the year vs James Madison, he came up with 
his then career high points, 29, career high 
23 rebounds, and career and Maryland 
record of 12 blocked shots . . . His 23 
rebounds fell short by 3 of the All-Time 
Maryland record of 26 set by Len Elmore 
against Wake Forest in 1974 ... His 12 
blocked shots at JMU eclipsed the former 
record of 1 1 set in their Convocation Center 
earlier in the year by Navy's Robinson . . . 
He was in double figures in 24 of the 26 
games, scoring just 2 vs Notre Dame as he 
left the game early with an injury . . . He had 
9 vs Duke in the first game ... He scored 20 
or more points in 13 of the 26 games ... At 
one point in the season, he had scored 20 or 
more in 6 straight games, (22, 22, 27, 29, 25, 
24) ... In 8 games, he rebounded in double 
figures ... He was headed for his record 
breaking third "Triple Double" going into 
the UMES game, but didn't play the final 7 
minutes, going out with 15 points, 10 blocks, 
and 7 rebounds . . . Thought to be his top 
game of the season was against North 
Carolina, 2/14 in Cole, by scoring 26 points 
(9 of 13 fgs and 8 of 12 fts); 13 rebounds; 6 
assists, 2 blocks, and 3 steals in 39 minutes. 

Sophomore — The only Maryland player 
to start all 33 games . . . Averaged 7.9 points 
per game on 48.5 shooting from the floor and 
68.4 percent from the line . . . Grabbed 222 
rebounds, second on the team, and averaged 
6.7 rebounds per contest, tied for fifth in the 



ACC . . . Blocked a team-high 71 shots and 
did an outstanding job defensively despite 
constantly being assigned to the opposi- 
tion's top big man . . . Finished second in the 
ACC in blocked shots despite covering 
players usually taller than he . . . Scored in 
double figures in 13 games, with a career 
high of 16 against Ohio State and Georgia 
Tech in Atlanta . . . Reached double figures 
in rebounds in 10 games with a season high 
of 12 against Duke (College Park) and at 
Clemson . . . Had seven blocks vs. North 
Carolina in Maryland's stunning upset at the 
Smith Center and against Stanford in the 
Hawaii Pacific Tournament . . . Had six 
against Virginia in the regular season finale 
and against Fairleigh Dickinson . . . Led the 
Terps in steals with 37 and finished second in 
minutes played with 1,079. 

Freshman — Finished second in the nation 
and first in the ACC in blocked shots with 
99 — 15 more than the entire opponents' 
total against Maryland that season . . . 
Started 34 of 37 games and 34 straight, 
meaning Lewis has started 67 straight games 
without a miss . . . Averaged 6.0 points and 
finished seventh in the ACC with an average 
of 6.5 rebounds per game, shooting 46.6 
percent from the floor and 62.5 percent from 
the line . . . Set a Terp season record with 
122 personal fouls and was disqualified from 
five games . . . Had 10 blocked shots against 
Tennessee in the Great Alaska Shootout, 
and 10 again vs. Towson State . . . Set a 
personal career high with 14 rebounds 
against Wake Forest and had a season high 
16 points against Duke in the ACC Tourna- 
ment . . . Was named ACC Rookie of the 
Week twice, and finished second in ACC 
Rookie of the Year balloting to Georgia 
Tech's Duane Ferrell — many felt Lewis de- 
served the award. 

High School — One of the most sought- 
after players in the country and labeled by 
coaches as the best defensive player in the 
nation . . . Was rated as the sixth best 
prospect in the land by the Knoxville News- 
Sentinel and was the lone Washington-area 
player named to the McDonald's 25-man 
dream team . . . Was selected as the Metro 



18 



team's Most Valuable Player in the 11th 
annual McDonald's Classic at the Capital 
Centre . . . Was chosen to receive the Mr. 
Basketball Award by the Washington Touch- 
down Club and was honored by the Silver 
Hills Boys and Girls Clubs, receiving the 
John Wesley Davis memorial "Boy of the 
Year" award ... A member of the National 
Honor Society while at John Carroll and 
extremely active in school activities. 

Spotlight Stat — Blocked an amazing 99 
shots as a freshman, placing him second to 
Navy's David Robinson — four inches taller — 
in the country. Perhaps even more mind- 
boggling is that Lewis blocked most of those 
99 shots despite serving as an under age, 
undersized center. Despite his seemingly 
fragile build and lack of upper body strength, 
Lewis has never missed a game while at 
Maryland. 

CAREER HIGHS 

32 points against UMBC (shot 81% from the 
floor this game), 1986-87 

23 rebounds against James Madison before 
a sold out game in Harrisonburg, Vir- 
ginia, 1986-87 

12 blocks also against James Madison, 
1986-87 

CAREER TOTALS 

992 points scored for an average 10.33 

points per game 
711 rebounds for an average of 7.4 re- 
bounds per game 
284 blocked shots 
.636 field goal percentage (380-709) 
.666 free throw percentage (231-347) 

— Averaged 9.5 rebounds per game, which 
ranked him second overall in the final 
ACC season rankings 

— #1 Ranked Shot Blocker in the ACC — 
average of 4.4 blocks a game, closest 
competitor was Elden Campbell of 
Clemson with an average of 2.4 blocks a 
game 

— #2 Ranked Shot Blocker in the NATION, 

only .1 behind leader David Robinson of 
Navy with a 4.6 average blocks per game 

— Ranked 12th in the NATION in field goal 
percentage, .602 

— Was only Maryland player this year to 
receive ACC Player-of-the-Week Honors 

— Has played in all 96 games since joining 
the team and has consecutively started in 
the last 89 games 

— Had 2 triple doubles (double figures in 
scoring, rebounding, and block shots) 
last season against James Madison and 
UMBC 




Scored in double figures in 24 of 26 
games; scored only one point when in- 
jured in Notre Dame game on New Years 
Eve, and 9 vs Duke 



Team Captain last season 
Averaged 35.8 minutes per game. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Blk. 


Avg. 


Freshman 


37 


34 


88 


189 


.466 


45 


72 


.625 


241 


33 


221 


99 


6.0 


Sophomore 


33 


33 


97 


200 


.485 


67 


98 


.684 


222 


28 


261 


71 


7.9 


Junior 


26 


26 


195 


324 


.602 


119 


177 


.672 


248 


50 


510 


114 


19.6 



Totals 



96 93 380 713 .547 231 

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347 



.666 711 111 992 284 10.2 




One of the five Terrapin "ironmen" who 
started all 26 games last season at forward 
. . . played 858 minutes, third most for the 
team . . . Has excellent jumping abilities . . . 
Took down second team high 145 rebounds, 
47 offense and 98 defense (5.6) . . . plays 
tough defense . . . Has good speed and 
quickness and standout inside moves . . . 
Had 10 blocked shots . . . His 8.3 scoring 
mark, 216 points, was fourth best on the 
team . . . Scored in double figures in 1 1 of 26 
games . . . Scored season high and career 
high 18 points against Duke in Durham as he 
hit 8 of 9 shots from the floor and 2 for 2 from 
the line . . . Also had 6 rebounds while 
playing the entire 40 minutes of the game . . . 
A 72% foul shooter and 51% from the floor, 
second best of the starters . . . Had a pair of 
15-point games, Winthrop and Clemson, 
and two 14-point efforts, Clemson and North 
Carolina . . . Game high rebounding was 10 
vs Central Florida. 

Freshman — Saw limited duty, playing in 
15 games and 112 minutes . . . Scored 32 
points and had 22 rebounds, with season 
highs of 9 points at Clemson and 5 rebounds 
against UMES . . . Most extensive day of 
duty came before family and friends at 
Clemson, when he got season-high point 
total and added three rebounds, four assists 
and one block . . . Despite limited playing 
time, showed good court sense and the 
ability to get up and down the floor . . . Shot 
44 percent from the floor (11 of 25) and 77 
percent from the line (10 of 13) . . . 1985-86 
average of 2.1 points per game ranks him 
fourth among returning scorers. 

High School— A first-team All-State 
selection who was named MVP of South 



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DAVE DICKERSON 



Junior/Forward 

6-6, 200, DOB: 3-29-1967 

Olar High 

Denmark, S.C. 



Carolina's annual North-South All-Star 
Game . . . Averaged 20 points and 12 re- 
bounds per game as a senior . . . Named 
MVP of his conference and led Olar High to 
the 5A Conference Championship as a 
junior and senior . . . Played quarterback 
and safety for the Olar High football team 
. . . Received the prestigious Computer 
Science Award from Olar as a senior. 

CAREER HIGHS 

18 points against Duke in Durham last 

season 
10 rebounds against Central Florida, 1986- 

87 
7 assists against UMES last year 



CAREER TOTALS 

.503 field goal percentage, 97 of 193 
.730 free throw percentage, 54 of 74 

248 points 

167 rebounds 



Started in all 26 contests last year. 

Scored in double figures 11 times last 

season. 

Shot at least 50% in 16 games. 

Second leading rebounder on team with 

145 rebounds, average of 5.6 rebounds 

per game. 




Freshman 
Sophomore 

Totals 



GP GS FGM FGA Pet. FTM FTA Pet Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 

15 11 25 .440 10 13 .769 22 7 32 2.1 
26 26 86 168 .512 44 61 .721 145 48 216 8.3 



41 26 97 193 .503 54 

20 



74 



.729 167 55 248 6.0 




With three outstanding years for the 
Terps, the highly recruited Gatlin achieved 
the reputation as one of the nation's finest 
guards . . . His return will give the team 
valuable depth at the guard spot . . . The 
much heralded Gatlin came to Maryland 
after he was selected as the state of North 
Carolina's "Player of the Year" ... He holds 
the single game, season, and career assist 
record for the Terps . . . His single game 
record 13 assists came vs Virginia, 1/30/86, 
his junior year . . . His season record break- 
ing mark came as a sophomore when he 
dished off 22 1 . . . He broke the career/mark 
of 178 set by John Lucas during the 1974-75 
season . . . The new assist career record, 
573, was made when he had 204 his junior 
year ... He actually set the record 2/20/86 
vs North Carolina in the "Dean Dome" as he 
assisted Len Bias for a slam-dunk goal . . . 
This gave him his 515th assist for the new 
career record ... He then went on to add 58 
for the present record of 573 . . . His 326 
points (10.2) was second high his junior year 
... He scored in double figures in 19 of the 
32 games played, with a high of 20 vs North- 
eastern . . . Keith, as a sophomore, tied a 
Terp single game record for most consecu- 
tive field goals, 10, as he hit 14 of 15 vs 
Clemson his soph year, 2/17/86. . .He was 5 
of 6 the first half, making the first 4, missing 
the 5th, and hitting the 6th ... He was 
successful on all 9 attempts the second half 
. . . This tied the Terps' Barry Yates who hit 
lOstraight vs Miami (Fla.), December, 1970. 
His 28 points vs Clemson, also 2/17, was his 
career and single game high ... In his three 
years, he has started 74 of 101 games, 35 of 



3 



KEITH GATLIN 



Senior/Guard 

6-5 170, DOB: 12-23-1964 

D.H. Conley High 

Grimesland, N.C. 




37 his sophomore year and 30 of 32 his junior 
year ... He is an excellent free throw 
shooter, hitting .802% during the three years 
. . . At D.H. Conley High School, he scored a 
career high of 1612 points with a single game 
high of 38 points ... As a senior, he averaged 
25 a game ... He played in the McDonald's 
All-Star game in Atlanta and the McDonald's 
Capital Classic at the Capital Center in 
Maryland. 



CAREER HIGHS 



28 



points vs Clemson, hitting 14 of 15 shots, 
2/17/85, at Clemson. 
7 rebounds vs Pepperdine, 3/14/86, in 

NCAA Tournament 
13 assists vs Virginia, 1/30/85 at Cole — new 
single game career record 



CAREER TOTALS 

101 games played with 74 starts 

830 points scored for 8.2 average 

573 assists for 5.7 average'(221 sophomore 

year — new career Terp record) 
.492 field goal %— .802 free throw % 

— Set new MARYLAND CAREER ASSIST 
RECORD by dishing out 7 assists at 
North Carolina February, 1986. Keith 
went on to dish out 204 assists his junior 
year for a career total of 573, 59 more 
than John Lucas' career record of 514. 

— Also set a new MARYLAND SEASON 
ASSIST RECORD his junior year, when 
he had 10 assists against Wake Forest. 
Keith had 221 which broke a 10 year old 
record also held by John Lucas. 

— Another new record includes the MARY- 
LAND SINGLE ASSIST RECORD, 13, 
which he had against Virginia, 1985-86. 

— Keith tied a MARYLAND SINGLE GAME 
RECORD for MOST CONSECUTIVE 
FIELD GOALS, 10, as Keith, as a soph- 
omore, hit 14 of 15 (93%) against Clemson 
at "The Tiger's Den." 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Freshman 


32 


9 


75 


154 


.487 


48 


63 


.761 


52 


148 


198 


6.2 


Sophomore 


37 


35 


128 


249 


.514 


50 


58 


.862 


70 


221 


306 


8.3 


Junior 


32 


30 


143 


301 


.491 


40 


51 


.784 


86 


204 


326 


10.2 



Totals 



101 74 346 704 .492 138 172 

21 



.802 208 573 830 



8.2 




A product of DeMatha High School where 
he earned All-America recognition and con- 
sidered one of the top players in the country, 
Hood made an immediate impact at College 
Park . . . Gained one of the forward starting 
jobs and started all 26 games . . . His out- 
standing play labels him as one of the future 
top players in the ACC . . . His 14.2 scoring 
average was tops for ACC rookies at the 
conclusion of the ACC tournament ... He 
finished as the 11th leading ACC scorer . . . 
The 14.2 mark was second high for the 
Terps to Lewis . . . Hood hit for double 
figures in 19 of the 26 games ... He scored 
20 or more points in 7 games, including 21 in 
the ACC tournament as he led the Terps in 
that game ... At the beginning of the 
season, he scored in double figures 7 straight 
games, the third through the ninth game . . . 
He has another string of 7 consecutive 
doubles the last 7 games of the season . . . 
He saved his season and career high scoring 
game to the final regular season game at 
Virginia, getting 27, 8 of 13 from the field and 
6 of 6 from the line ... He had 22 points, 3 
times . . . Led the team scoring in 6 games 
. . . Second on the team in steals, 23 . . . Hit 
35 of 80 three-point efforts, 43.8%, for 7th 
ACC ranking . . . Second highest playing 
time on team, 897 minutes . . . Failed to 
score a point for the first time in his life vs 
Georgia Tech, 2/1, going 0-2 in the 28 
minutes he played . . . Can also play guard. 

High School — Climbed well up most All- 
America lists with an outstanding senior 
year ... By season's end, was considered 
one of the top 25 players in the country . . . 
Some publications had him listed among the 
top 15 . . . Was selected to McDonald's pres- 



44 



STEVE HOOD 



Sophomore/Forward-Guard 
6-6, 170, DOB: 4-4-1968 
DeMatha High, 
Hyattsville, Md. 



tigious Dream Team, a listing of the top 25 
players in the nation . . . Averaged 2 1 points, 
8 rebounds and 3 blocked shots per game as 
a senior, shooting 57 percent from the field 
and 83 percent from the line . . . Named 
MVP at highly regarded 5 Star Basketball 
Camp in Pittsburgh after his junior year . . . 
Had 17 points for the Capital All-Stars vs. 
the U.S. Stars in April's Capital Classic at 
Cole Field House . . . All-Metro choice and 
Player of the Year as a senior, with All- 
Metro, All-State and All-County honors as a 
junior. 

CAREER HIGHS 

27 points against Virginia in Charlottesville; 
leading scorer for either team for that 
game 



9 rebounds against Fairleigh Dickinson 
5 assists also against Virginia in Charlottes- 
ville 



■ Started in all 26 games. 
Played 897 minutes, averaging 34.5 
minutes per game. 

Scored in double figures 19 times; scoring 
twenty or more 7 times. 
Was ACC Rookie of the Week once. 
Averaged 14.2 points a game, #11 in the 
ACC — led ACC Rookies at the con- 
clusion of the ACC Tournament. 
Averaged 43.8% made three-point field 
goals, Ranked 7th in the ACC. 
Third leading rebounder on the team. 




Freshman 



GP GS FGM FGA Pet. FTM FTA Pet Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 
26 26 136 290 .469 62 95 .653 101 56 369 14.2 



22 




Shocked his hometown and the Univer- 
sity of Tennessee when he opted to attend 
Maryland . . . Maryland fans and coaches 
are happy he did ... An exciting player ... A 
dangerous offensive player who can burn 
opponents both inside and outside . . . His 
quickness allows him to evade opponents 
and drive the baseline for layups, one of his 
favorites ... A fine floor leader and is a most 
respected defensive player . . .Another who 
started all 26 games . . . Has the potential to 
be among Terrapin leading scorers . . . 
Jumps very well and the height he attains 
makes his jump shot a specialty . . . His free 
throw % of .796 (82 of 103) ranked 8th best in 
the ACC ... An important assist player as 
he dished off 85, second tops on the team . . . 
His 10.9 scoring average (282 points) was 
third high ... In his season game high and 
career high 25 points vs Fairleigh Dickinson, 
Johnson hit for his career best 12 of 13 from 
the lane and 6 of 10 from the field ... In the 
season opener against Winthrop, he picked 
up 10 assists, his game and career high . . . 
He scored in double figures 14 games of the 
26 . . . his second best scoring effort came in 
the second game vs Georgia Tech, 20 points 
... He connected on 20 of 55 three point 
tries (.364), third best for the team . . . 
Averaged 30 minutes a game. 



21 



JOHN JOHNSON 



Junior/Guard 
6-4, 175, DOB: 3-11-1967 
Bearden High 
Knoxville, Tenn. 




CAREER HIGHS 

25 points scored in second game of season 
against Fairleigh Dickinson, 1986-87 
5 rebounds in games against Notre Dame, 
Bucknell, and North Carolina (H), 
1986-87 

10 assists in opening game win over Win- 
throp, 1986-87 



CAREER TOTALS 

57 games played, all 26 games last 
season — missed three his freshman 
year 

463 points scored for an average of 8.27 
points per game 

120 assists 



— Has started in 34 games in his career at 
Maryland, all 26 last season. 

— Has scored in double figures 14 times last 
year, 23 times in his career. 

— Averaged 10.9 points per game last 
season, ranked 27th in the ACC. 

— #7 Ranked in the ACC in free throw 
percentage, .796, 1986-87. 





GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Freshman 


31 


8 


69 


138 


.500 


43 


67 


.642 


29 


35 


181 


5.8 


Sophomore 


26 


26 


90 


201 


.448 


82 


103 


.796 


66 


85 


282 


10.9 



Totals 



57 



34 



159 339 



.468 125 
23 



170 



.735 



95 



120 463 



8.1 




10 



Made a big contribution as the first re- 
placement playing in the front court . . . Saw 
action in 23 games, 181 minutes . . . Made a 
fine impression and displayed he will provide 
very adequate depth for this year's team . . . 
Can play guard also . . .He hustles constantly 
and plays an aggressive type game . . . Good 
quickness, fine ballhandler and a good out- 
side shooter . . . His game high scoring was 
13 vs UMES as he hit 6 of 6 from the floor . . . 
Had excellent shooting figures with 10 of 25 
from the floor, .543%, and 14 of 16 from the 
line, .875% . . . Hit 3 of 6 three-pointers . . . 
Had 3 blocks . . . His 55 points scored gave 
him a 2.4 average per game . . . Had but 19 
turnovers. 



High School — An honorable mention 
All-America choice whom some scouts rated 
on the same level as Terp teammate Steve 
Hood ... An All-Metro selection by both the 
Washington Post and Washington Times 
. . . All-Montgomery County as well . . . 
Becomes first Montgomery County recruit 
to join Terps since Blair High's Brian Magid 
attended Maryland 10 years ago. . .Averaged 
20 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists per 
game, shooting 55 percent from the floor 
and 83 percent from the line as a senior . . . 
Hit 45-foot shot at the buzzer his senior year 
to give Chevy Chase the Class AA Regional 
title, then led CC to overall 2A Maryland 
state crown . . . Late father was a standout 
at nearby George Washington University. 



MARK KARVER 



Sophomore/Forward 
6-7, 200, DOB: 5-3-1968 
Bethesda Chevy Chase High 
Kensington, Md. 




CAREER HIGHS 

13 points in home game against UMES 
6 rebounds also in game against UMES 
4 assists against UMES 

— Played in 23 games. 

— Played 181 minutes, averaging 7.9 minutes 
per game. 

— Shot 54.2% from the field, 19 of 35. 

— Shot 87.5% from the free throw line, 14 of 
16. 

— Scored 55 points averaging 2.4 points per 
game. 



Freshman 



GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


23 





19 


35 


.543 


14 


16 


.875 


25 


16 


55 


2.4 



24 




A walk-on candidate last year . . . Gave 
the team an excellent hardworking, hustling 
practice player . . . Has good range, with a 
fine jump shot . . . Played in 7 games, 12 
minutes ... In the next-to-last regular 
season game vs UMES, 2/27, he scored his 
game high of 7 points, in his game high 4 
minutes playing time ... He also scored in 
the Notre Dame and Wake Forest games 
. . . shot 50% from the field, 5 of 10 ... Hit 1 of 
3 three-pointers. 

High School — One of few players from 
Baltimore County with ability to attempt 
Division I basketball . . . Led state in scoring 
as a junior (28.7); although average dropped 
to 24 points per game as a senior, his 
shooting percentage, rebounds and assists 
all went up ... A first-team Ail-American 
selection by the New York Jewish Post & 
Opinion . . . All-Metro pick by the Baltimore 
Sun ... A two-time All-County selection . . . 
Led Pikesville High to Class A/Region IV 
title as a junior . . . Reigns as all-time leading 
scorer in Pikesville history (1,614 points) . . . 
High game was 46 vs. Owings Mills . . . 
Broke career and game scoring records held 
by brother Eddie, who played basketball and 
football at Johns Hopkins. 



CAREER HIGHS 

7 points in final home game against UMES 
2 rebounds also in game against UMES. 



Played in 7 games, averaging 1.7 minutes 
a game. 

One of three walk-ons on 1986-87 squad. 
Shot 50% from the field, 5 of 10. 



5 



MITCH KASOFF 



Sophomore/Guard 
6-1, 175, DOB: 1-9-1968 
Pikesville High 
Pikesville, Md. 




Freshman 



GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg 


7 





5 


10 


.500 





1 


.000 


2 


1 


11 


1.6 



25 




Massenburg will be an important addition 
to the team at the center position, the spot 
hopefully vacated by Derrick Lewis, and 
given to a battle between the 6-9 Massenburg 
and 6-10 freshman, Brian Williams . . . The 
Terps have not had a true center in recent 
years . . . Massenburg has worked excep- 
tionally hard to help contribute ... He has 
super strength that will make him be a power 
under the basket . . . Has great rebounding 
potential with his size and strength . . . Will 
be an intimidator . . . Can be top scorer, 
also, with a good shooting touch . . . Tony 
has a good quickness, runs the floor well and 
is a tremendous jumper . . . Has excessive 
aggressiveness . . . Played center at Sussex 
Central, and had a 17.5 ppg, 12 rebounds 
and 5 blocked shots his senior year ... He 
was two-time All-District; two-time All- 
Region; first team All-State, Associated 
Press, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and 
USA Today ... A member of the United 
States All-Stars team that played in the 
Albert Schweitzer International Youth games 
in Mannheim, West Germany . . .A nominee 
to the McDonald All-Star team . . . Lettered 
in football as a tight end and safety and also 
in track as a hurdler and high jump star. 

CAREER HIGHS 

29 games played 
14 points against Towson State 
9 rebounds against Randolph-Macon 

— Started 8 games and averaged 12.0 
minutes per game. 

— Was third center to ever start as a 
freshman under Coach Driesell. 

— Shot 50% (26 of 28) from the field and 56% 
(27-48) from the line. 



25 



TONY MASSENBURG 



Sophomore/Center 
6-9, 210, DOB: 7-13-1967 
Sussex Central 
Sussex, Virginia 




Freshman 



GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


29 


8 


28 


56 


.500 


27 


48 


.563 


60 





83 


2.9 



26 




The four-year starter and two-time captain 
at Bishop Noll, the highly recruited McCoy 
was a finalist for the coveted "Mr. Basket- 
ball" honors in the state of Indiana his senior 
year . . . Started all 26 games last year, 
quarterbacking the Terps' offense as point 
guard . . . His quickness and superb ball- 
handling for a freshman brought superla- 
tives from the opponents and the fans ... an 
exciting player as the floor leader . . . does 
an excellent job breaking the press . . . Was 
twice honored as "ACC Rookie of the 
Week" . . . Excellent jump shooter . . . Led 
the team in three-point plays, 36 of 80, 450%, 
fifth best in the ACC . . . Led the team in 
assists, 4.3 per game 111, good for eighth in 
the ACC . . . His game high was 8 vs UMBC 
... He dished off 7, four times . . . Scored in 
double figures in 8 games . . . His high was 18 
vs Georgia Tech, 2/10 . . . Best free throw 
game was 7of 8 vsBucknell, 1/19. . . Teyon 
was an All-ACC Honor Student his freshman 
year . . . High School — Ranked among the 
50 top players in the nation on several noted 
prep lists as a senior . . . Averaged 23.1 
points, 3 steals and 3 assists per game 
despite marginal supporting cast at Bishop 
Noll, setting school records for most points 
in a game (43) and field goals in a game (21) 
. . . Averaged 18.1 points per game as a 
junior . . . Was a four-year starter and two- 
time team captain at Bishop Noll . . . Par- 
ticipated in the McDonalds Capital Classic 
and Kentucky Derby Festival . . . Three- 
time All-Conference and All-Area selection. 



11 



TEYON McCOY 



Sophomore/Guard 
6-1, 170, DOB: 11-4-1967 
Bishop Noll High 
Hammond, Ind. 




CAREER HIGHS 



18 



points against Georgia Tech at Cole 

Field House 
4 rebounds against Bucknell 
8 assists against UMBC 



— Started in all 26 games. 

— Led team in three-pointers, 36 of 80 for a 
percentage of .450 — 5th Ranked in the 
ACC. 

— Averaged 7.4 points a game. 

— Handed out 111 assists, #8 in the ACC. 

— Was named ACC Rookie of the Week 
TWICE. 



Freshman 



GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


.Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg 


26 


26 


65 


143 


.455 


27 


37 


.730 


49 


Ill 


193 


7.4 



27 




As the first guard replacement coming 
into the game, Nared would come in to nag 
the opponent with his aggressive defensive 
play . . . Went from playing 46 minutes as a 
freshman to 247 last season, 10.3 per game 
. . . Had high playing time, 25 minutes, vs 
Clemson, 1/17 . . . Adds most adequate 
depth to the Terps' guard collection . . . Had 
his game and career high of 9 points vs 
James Madison with all 9 points coming on a 
9 of 10 effort from the line ... He passed off 
for 4 assists against Clemson and Georgia 
Tech ... In 3 games, he dished off 3 . . . 
Came up with 5 rebounds vs Wake Forest, 
2/2 .. . Shot 50% from the three-point field 
goal range, 3 of 6. 

Freshman — Played in seven games, scor- 
ing six points and grabbing five rebounds in 
46 minutes . . . Hit 3 of 8 shots from the floor 
and added three assists . . . Longest stints of 
the season came against Duke and Clemson, 
when he played 14 minutes apiece . . . Made 
2 of 3 shots from the field and assisted on 
one basket against Duke; missed both shots 
he attempted but had one assist against 
Clemson . . . Had two assists in 6 minutes 
against UMES . . . Had three rebounds 
against Randolph-Macon. 

High School — A four-year letterman in 
both basketball and football at Wilmington 
High . . . Outstanding quarterback who was 
recruited heavily by Ohio State, among 
others ... An All-State selection in both 
sports as a senior . . . Listed as a "Who's 
Who" among American High School Stu- 
dents ... A Student Council representative 
as a senior . . . Broke Wilmington High 
season assist record as a freshman, then 
broke the career mark as a sophomore ... A 
preseason Al -America in football and basket- 



22 



GREG NARED 



Junior/Guard 
6-4, 190, DOB: 5-7-1966 
Wilmington High 
Wilmington, Ohio 



ball, making several honorable mention lists 
in both sports . . . Helped Wilmington to the 
conference championship as a junior . . . 
Captained the South in Ohio's annual North- 
South Al-Star Game in basketball. 

CAREER HIGHS 

9 points against James Madison in Harris- 
burg, 1986-87 

5 rebounds against Wake Forest in 
Winston-Salem, 1986-87 

4 assists in games against Clemson, at 
Littlejohn, and Georgia Tech, at Cole; 
both, 1986-87 



CAREER TOTALS 

32 games played 
.486 field goal percentage, 17 of 35 
.591 free throw percentage, 13 of 22 
50 points for an average of 1.6 points per 

game 
38 assists for an average of 1.2 assists per 
game 

— Played an average of 10.3 minutes per 
game. 

— Shot 50% from the three-point field goal 
range, 3 of 6. 

— Scored all nine points in career high game 
from the free throw line, 9 of 10. 






GP 


GS 


FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


FTM 


FTA 


Pet 


Reb. 


Asst. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Freshman 


7 





3 


8 


.375 





3 


.000 


5 


3 


6 


0.9 


Sophomore 


25 





14 


27 


.519 


13 


19 


.684 


24 


35 


44 


1.8 



Totals 



32 



17 



35 



.486 13 
28 



22 



.590 



29 



38 



50 



1.6 



The Newcomers 




Junior college All-American Archer was 
at Baltimore's City Hall as Mayor Clarence 
"Du" Burns was trying to convince him to 
attend Maryland . . . "Miss Baltimore" was 
also with the Mayor . . . Finally, after Burns 
had exhausted himself, the 6-1 passing 
wizard, considered the best new Division I 
point guard prospect in the country, offered 
the Mayor the final touch by announcing 
that he had already signed with Coach Wade 
the day before . . . Archer was at City Hall to 
receive a key to the city and a mayoral 
proclamation making it "Rudy Archer Day" 
... He also received a resolution from the 
City Council for the positive image he has 
presented of the city through his play at 
Allegany ... He was the most-sought after 
point guard in the nation, according to 
Eastern Basketball magazine . . . Howard 
Garfinkel, the basketball guru who runs the 
popular Five Star camps said after Archer's 
signing, "now that gives Maryland the best 
point guard in the country and the best big 
man," referring to Archer and Brian 
Williams, the 6-10 high school All-American 
from Santa Monica, CA . . . His coming to 
Maryland is the first by a Baltimorean since 
Wade, then the Dunbar coach, sent Ernie 
Graham to the Terps ten years ago . . . 
Archer had narrowed his choice to Mary- 
land, Ohio State and Nevada-Las Vegas . . . 
At Southwestern, he was named the team's 
MVP and was a first team All-Met selection. 



12 



RUDY ARCHER 

Junior/Guard 
6-1, 170, DOB: 8-24-1966 
Southwestern High — 
Allegany CC 
Baltimore, Md. 



At Allegany CC — Freshman Year 

Scored 501 points, 13.5 ppg; hit 50.4% 
from the floor; 67.7 from the line; 466 assists; 
128 steals; 133 rebounds; 14 blocks. 

Sophomore Year — Scored 722 points, 
18.5 ppg; hit 53.9 from the floor; 67.4 from 
the line; 559 assists; 137 steals; 144 rebounds; 
10 blocks. 

Two-Year Totals — Scored 1223 points; 
16.0 ppg; hit 52% from the floor; 67.5 from 
the line; 1025 assists; 265 steals; 277 re- 
bounds; 24 blocks. Scored 81 of 195 three- 
point goals. 



Honors Won — Freshman Year — 2nd 
Team All-American; MVP Maryland JUCO 
Tournament; First team All-Tournament team 
in the National JUCO Tournament. 

Sophomore Year— First Team AllAmer- 
ican; MVP, Region XX Tournament; Winner 
of the Dapper Dan Award. 

Records Broken— Sophomore Year- 
Most assists in a game; 22 vs Dundalk . . . 
Season record for assists, 559 . . . Career 
Records — 265 steals, 1025 assists. 




29 




There was a lot of speculation whether or 
not the talented Cedric would join his brother 
Derrick as a Terrapin . . . The high scoring 
and premier shot blocker, following inten- 
sive recruiting, signed last spring . . . Derrick 
said he knew it all along that Cedric would 
become a Terp . . . His signing came a week 
before now teammate Brian Williams decided 
on Maryland . . . Cedric was rated as the No. 
1 shot blocker in the nation last year . . . This 



43 



CEDRIC LEWIS 



Freshman/Forward 
6-9, 200, DOB: 9-24-1969 
John Carroll High School 
Temple Hills, Maryland 



gives the Terps the nation's leading collegiate 
shot blocker returning this year, Derrick, 
and the 1-2 high school shot blockers last 
year . . . Along with his shot blocking skill, 
Cedric is an excellent scorer and has out- 
standing rebounding abilities . . . Will con- 
tribute greatly and immediately, giving out- 
standing depth at the forward spot. 

Played center his last three years for DCs 
John Carroll High School. 

For his senior year, he averaged 17 ppg, 
nine rebounds, and 15 blocked shots. His 
single game high was 25 points, 15 rebounds 
and 15 blocked shots. 

Selected to play in last springs' Capital 
Classic for the area All-Stars vs the United 
States All-Stars. 

Named to the All-Metropolitan second 
teams. 





Transferred to Maryland from Syracuse 
following last year's first semester . . . Will be 
able to play for the Terps at the end of this 
fall semester, which would be the South 
Carolina game December 28 ... In the early 
games for the Orangemen last fall, he played 
sparingly, seeing action in four games and 
scoring 14 points and had 7 rebounds ... In 
his freshman year, he played in 31 games 
and saw action in the front court . . . His 
scoring high was 15 points in NCAA tourney 
game against Brown . . . His rebound high 
was 9, vs Utica in the season opener and 



30 



RODNEY WALKER 



Junior/Forward 
6-9, 250, DOB: 9-3-1966 
Cardinal Gibbons High, 
Baltimore, Md. 



again in the Brown game . . . Had 103 points 
for the season (3.3) and 97 rebounds (3.1) 
... At Cardinal Gibbons High, Walker 
averaged 23.1 points and 8.9 rebounds . . . 
Scored 1 150 points and had 603 rebounds in 
two years . . . Blocked 84 shots as a senior 



. . . Was first team All-Catholic and All- 
Metro ... A McDonald's All-American . . . 
His great size will give the Terps a great deal 
more inside power and strength . . . Wade 
was most pleased that Walker decided to 
come to Maryland. 




30 




It was not until his senior year that the 
college recruiters decided that Williams had 
developed into one of the top three centers 
in the country . . . They talked so much 
about the lefthanded shot blocker extraor- 
dinaire, he became one of the most highly 
sought after players in the recruiting efforts 
of the nation's coaches . . . The Sporting 
News ranked him as the nation's number 
one center out of high school last year . . . 
He was rated as the No. 2 high school shot 
blocker in the nation, behind now teammate 
and freshman Cedric Lewis . . . Defensive 
skills exceptional . . . His final college selec- 
tion decision came down to Temple and 
Maryland ... He said he liked the older 



24 



BRIAN WMJAMS 



Freshman/Center 
6-10, 210, DOB: 4-6-1969 
St. Monica's High 
Santa Monica, California 



campus style and the setting making it a 
really nice campus . . . Also, he said he liked 
the idea of playing in the ACC . . . Williams' 
father Gene is a member of the singing 
group, the Platters ... An original member, 
he has been with the group for more than 30 
years. 




All-American center at St. Monica High 
School, Santa Monica, California. 

His senior year, he averaged 17.3 points 
per game; shot .577% field goals; .639% free 
throws; 12.7 rebounds; 9.1 blocked shots; 
2.5 steals; 2.1 assists. 

First team McDonald's Ail-American; First 
team All-State; First team All-League; First 
team All-California Interscholastic Federa- 
tion. 

Selected to the 12-man team for the USA 
Junior National team that participated in the 
III FIBA World Championship for Junior 
Men played in Bormio, Italy last August. 

He played in 6 of the 7 games. Scored 25 
points (4.2) while playing 56 minutes. He hit 
10 of 19 from the floor; 5 of 11 from the line; 
had 25 rebounds, four offense and 21 
defense. 

Played for the West All-Stars in the Mc- 
Donald's East-West All-America classic in 
Philadelphia's Spectrum last spring. 

Played in the annual Dapper Dan All-Star 
classic in Pittsburgh. 




31 



Individual Game Stats of Returning Players 

1986-87 



DAVE DICKERSON 



Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 
Notre Dame 


Min. 

26 
25 
26 


FGA-FGM 

6-5 
6-4 
4-1 


FTA-FTM 

6-5 
2-1 
2-2 


Pts. 

15 
9 
4 


Reb. 

5 
7 
3 


Turn. 


1 
2 


Steals 






Asst. 






Blk. 



1 


NC State 
Towson State 


39 
34 


10-3 
7-6 


2-2 
0-0 


8 
12 


6 

6 


1 
2 






2 







North Carolina 


24 


4-2 


0-0 


4 


6 


2 











Virginia 
Duke 


34 
34 


3-1 

7-2 


2-2 
3-1 


4 
5 


4 
6 


5 
2 


1 
1 


2 



1 




Clemson 


39 


10-5 


6-5 


15 


4 


1 


1 








Bucknell 


36 


10-5 


1-0 


10 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


West Virginia 
Old Dominion 


40 
31 


8-2 

5-1 


2-2 
4-3 


6 

5 


4 
3 


1 
3 


1 




1 
2 






James Madison 


33 


4-1 


0-0 


2 


6 


3 








2 


Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 


31 
21 


4-2 
2-1 


0-0 
0-0 


4 
2 


3 

4 


4 

1 


1 
1 


1 
2 






Clemson 


39 


11-5 


4-4 


14 


4 


1 


1 


2 


1 


Duke 


40 


9-8 


2-2 


18 


6 


4 


1 


4 





Georgia Tech 


27 


1-1 


0-0 


2 





1 





3 





North Carolina 


39 


9-5 


5-4 


14 


7 


2 


1 


3 





Central Florida 


28 


5-3 


2-2 


8 


10 


1 


1 


2 


1 


UMBC 


40 


8-4 


2-1 


9 


9 








4 


1 


Wake Forest 


39 


8-5 


1-0 


10 


7 


3 





1 





NC State 


39 


6-1 


2-1 


3 


9 


4 


1 


3 





UMES 


22 


7-6 


4-1 


13 


6 


1 





7 


1 


Virginia 
North Carolina 


39 
33 


7-3 

7-4 


5-4 
4-2 


10 
10 


6 
8 


1 
1 


1 




3 
4 






TOTALS 


858 


168-86 


61-44 


216 


145 


48 


13 


48 


10 



DERRICK LEWIS 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Bucknell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

TOTALS 



Min. 


FGA-FGM 


FTA-FTM 


Pts. 


Reb. 


Turn. 


Steals 


Asst. 


Blk 


35 


11-8 


11-7 


23 


9 


2 


2 


1 


4 


31 


9-7 


4-2 


16 


4 


1 


1 





3 


14 


4-3 


0-0 


2 


2 











1 


37 


8-4 


4-1 


11 


5 


2 





1 


2 


39 


11-8 


16-9 


25 


15 


1 


2 


1 


6 


34 


12-7 


4-2 


16 


6 


4 


4 


1 


2 


36 


15-9 


2-1 


20 


9 


4 





2 


3 


35 


11-2 


8-5 


9 


9 


2 


2 


1 


6 


40 


10-7 


2-1 


15 


13 


5 








3 


35 


12-9 


4-4 


22 


9 


1 


2 


1 


6 


39 


14-7 


10-8 


22 


17 


4 


2 


2 


6 


34 


16-10 


9-7 


27 


11 


2 


1 





4 


39 


18-10 


11-9 


29 


23 





2 


1 


12 


39 


17-8 


9-9 


25 


7 


2 


3 


1 


3 


39 


13-8 


11-8 


24 


6 


3 


1 


1 


3 


38 


10-7 


7-4 


18 


7 


2 


1 


2 


5 


31 


10-4 


4-3 


11 


7 


1 





2 


2 


39 


11-7 


8-4 


18 


10 


3 


3 


1 


6 


39 


13-9 


12-8 


26 


13 


3 


3 


6 


2 


32 


11-7 


5-4 


18 


8 


2 


1 


5 


6 


40 


16-13 


9-6 


32 


10 


4 


1 


4 


10 


39 


18-11 


10-6 


28 


15 


5 


2 


3 


5 


37 


20-13 


2-0 


26 


10 


5 


1 


3 


3 


32 


9-6 


8-3 


15 


7 


3 


3 


5 


10 


40 


14-7 


4-3 


17 


12 


3 


1 


2 


1 


39 


11-6 


3-3 


15 


4 


5 





4 






932 



324-195 



177-119 



510 



248 



69 



38 



50 



114 



32 



STEVE HOOD 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Bucknell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 




TOTALS 



897 



290-136 



95-62 



369 



101 



75 



23 



56 



JOHN JOHNSON 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Bucknell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 



Min 

32 

36 

35 

36 

38 

35 

39 

34 

17 

22 

38 

31 

21 

31 

22 

2' 

31 

31 

29 

29 

32 

34 

23 

18 

24 

28 



FGA-FGM 

8-4 
10-6 
13-5 

7-2 

7-4 
10-4 

8-5 

7-1 

2-0 

5-1 
12-5 
11-4 

5-1 

9-2 

4-1 
5 

8-5 
14-7 

9-4 
10-5 
11-4 

5-2 

6-5 

2-1 

8-5 



FTA-FTM 

3-2 
13-12 

5-3 

1-0 

4-2 

3-3 

8-6 

6-4 

4-4 

6-5 

4-4 

0-0 

0-0 

2-1 

2-2 

6-6 

4-4 
12-9 

2-2 

4-2 

6-5 

0-0 

4-3 

4-3 

0-0 

0-0 



Pts. 

10 

25 

15 

4 

10 

13 

19 

6 

4 

8 

16 

8 

2 

5 

4 

17 

8 

20 

19 

11 

15 

9 

8 

14 

2 

10 



Reb. 

4 
3 
5 

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

3 



Turn. 

2 
3 
4 
1 
3 
4 

4 
2 
4 
2 
4 
3 

3 
1 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
5 

4 
1 



Steals 

1 





1 








2 



2 

2 
3 

1 






Asst. 
10 
6 
1 
2 
6 
3 
5 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 

5 

5 
3 
3 
3 
6 
3 
2 
5 
2 
1 




Blk. 





























TOTALS 



201-90 



103-82 



282 



66 



64 



13 



85 







MARK KARVER 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Bucknell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

TOTALS 



Min. 

8 
5 

10 

2 

5 

20 

47 

8 



FGA-FGM 


FTA-FTM 


Pts. 


Reb. 


Turn. 


Steals 


Asst. 


Blk 


2-1 


0-0 


2 


1 














2-1 


0-0 


2 





1 





1 





1-1 


1-1 


3 


1 





2 


1 


1 


1-1 


2-1 


3 





1 











0-0 




2 


1 


1 











5-3 




7 


4 


6 


1 


1 





1-0 


0-0 




















3-0 


0-0 





3 


1 


1 


1 








181 



35-19 



16-14 



55 



25 



19 



16 



33 




MITCH KASOFF 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Buc knell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 



Min. 


FGA-FGM 


FTA-FTM 


Pts. 


Reb. 


Turn. 


Steals 


Asst. 


Blk 


1 


0-0 


1-0 








1 












1 


1-0 


0-0 



















1 


1-1 


0-0 


2 



















1 
3 


o-u 
2-0 


u-u 
0-0 


u 




u 



u 
2 


u 




u 









TOTALS 



12 



10-5 



1-0 



11 



TEYON McCOY 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Buc knell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 



Min. 


FGA-FGM 


FTA-FTM 


Pts. 


Reb. 


Turn. 


Steals 


Asst. 


Blk. 


36 


7-4 


0-0 


9 


2 


1 





5 





34 


7-3 


0-0 


7 


3 


4 





6 





34 


10-4 


0-0 


8 


2 


4 


2 


4 





26 


3-1 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 





5 





22 


3-3 


0-0 


7 


2 


2 


1 


6 





25 


2-0 


2-1 


1 


3 


8 


1 


4 





39 


11-4 


0-0 


10 


1 


3 





2 





30 


6-3 


4-3 


9 


2 


3 





2 





18 


2-0 


0-0 








4 





2 





29 


5-2 


8-7 


13 


4 


1 





7 







1-1 








6 


1 


5 







5-2 








2 


2 


5 


o 




3-2 


2-2 






2 


1 


3 





32 


6-1 


2-1 


4 





4 


3 


6 





22 


4-2 


1-0 


5 


3 








3 







8-6 








2 





7 







3-0 








3 












8-6 












6 







7-4 


2-1 










7 





24 


8-3 


3-2 


10 


2 


1 





2 





33 


4-2 


1-0 


5 


2 


1 


1 


8 





38 


4-1 


2-2 


5 


2 


3 





7 





37 


8-5 


3-3 


17 


2 


3 





4 





22 


6-3 


2-2 


10 


2 


2 


2 


2 





26 


4-2 


0-0 


6 


1 


2 


2 


2 





33 


8-1 


0-0 


2 


3 


4 





1 





761 


143-65 


37-27 


193 


49 


73 


20 


111 





Min. 


FGA-FGM 


FTA-FTM 


Pts. 


Reb. 


Turn. 


Steals 


Asst. 


Blk. 


2 


0-0 


0-0 








1 











5 


0-0 


2-1 


1 


3 


2 











5 


1-1 


0-0 


3 





1 













3-1 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 


1 










1-0 


0-0 














2 







2-1 


5-3 


5 








1 


3 


1 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




















25 


2-1 


0-0 


2 





4 


1 


4 





11 


0-0 


0-0 





4 


1 


1 


2 





12 


0-0 


0-0 








3 





1 





7 


0-0 


1-0 








1 


1 


1 





11 


1-0 


10-9 


9 





2 











8 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


2 





2 





18 


1-0 


0-0 





5 








2 





4 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





1 





16 


3-2 


0-0 


4 


3 


4 





3 





9 


1-1 


1-0 


2 





4 





4 





10 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


3 





2 





14 


3-2 


0-0 


4 


1 


1 


1 


3 





7 


0-0 


0-0 




















3 


0-0 


0-0 




















9 


0-0 


0-0 








1 


1 


1 





15 


6-3 


0-0 


8 


2 





1 


3 





12 


2-2 


0-0 


4 





1 





1 





7 


1-0 


0-0 





2 


1 


1 









■ 



TOTALS 

GREG NARED 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

NC State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Buc knell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

UMBC 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

UMES 

Virginia 

North Carolina 



TOTALS 



247 



27-14 



19-13 



44 



24 



34 



35 



34 



1987-88 Terp Opponents 




1987-88 Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Schedule 



N 

V. 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY SATURDAY 




20 

AJMin State ai GEORGIA TECH (NIT) 


21 

NORTH CAROLINA - ■...- I 
Spnnglwla Mass (TV) 


22 


23 


24 


25 


28 


27 


28 

tournament (BatUnorai 

id FtlaliTy Claia* (Rcnmontfl a*. 

s '..lass* (Cnanonasviks) 

-,:,;■, , DUKE 
[Ml ClflSH 


VIROIHIA m irNvao 
CLEMSON - Oregon Sola nanvai i) 


20 


30 

mi . . -,i al CL£HSON 
EasCaroiriaaiDUKE 
vemxwi at N.C. STATE 
- ,i al WAKE FOftEST 


1 

Jackson Stale ■.' OEOROIA TECH 


2 

to-son Slate ■ CLEMSON 
lampaalN-C STATE 


3 

SlWson al NORTH CAROLINA 
UNC W4m mglon al VIRGINIA 
Davoson al WAKE FOREST 
Wmihrooai MARYLAND 


4 


5 

We-cwai CLEMSON 

OEOROIA TECH Georgia (Qmn.) 

OUKE ■■■■ ■■'—;- 

NORTH CAROLINA el VanderMl 

MARYLAND ai Was . ■ . , 

Furman al WAKE FOREST 


D 


S 


7 


8 

MARVLAND QJ Mounl Sami Mary 1 


9 

DUKE - Davidson ICnartotleJ 

-. ■■ WISQJMIt 


10 

East Carolina ai MARYLAND 


11 


12 

MARYLAND M L S U (TV-ltjO) 
VIRGI HU a! Arkansas 
Coastal Caroma al CLEMSON 
Augusta ■« GCORGtA TECH 
S M U ai NORTH CAROLINA 


E 
C 

c 


13 


14 


15 

Southern Mosas-ptw at CLEMSON 
Campbell ai WAKE FOREST 


16 

Augusui al CLEMSON 
LSU ai GEORGIA TECH 


17 

NORTH CAROLINA - Cladei (Chanoite) 


16 

VIRGINIA ■ Tmes-Dsp. 


19 

ten feumameni (Richmond) 




NORTH CAROUNA ai Unoa {TV-arOO) 

Kansas aiNC STATE fTV-« 00) 
OEOROIA TECH ai Pw"tsvlv«n.a 


M 
B 

E 
R 


20 


21 

Htrwd 11 DUKE 
Winmropai N.C STATE 


22 

Ric/mono at GEORGIA TECH 
.,:..= -, ai w«E FOREST 


23 

N C STATE at CauSantB Barbara 


24 

GINIAmCnamuiaae Cn'rHmaa Class* IHom 


25 


26 






27 


28 

Soulh Carolina at MARVLAND 


29 

N C STATE m Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) 


30 

Arkansas al MARYLAND 

NORTH CAROLINA at Nevada/Reno 


31 


1 


2 

WAKE FOREST ai MARYLAND 

fTVI:00) 
NORTH CAROLINA ai UCLA (TV-«:00) 
George Washington al GEORGIA TECH 
VIRGINIA alVAancva 




mH Classic (Tucson! 




DUKE at Fesia I 


OEOROIA TECH a c on 


onSuiasCiass^Anama) 




3 

Cornell aiN-C STATE 


4 


5 


6 

CLEMSON aINC STATE 

Mom. Fia aiDUKE 

NORTH CAROLINA - Fwdnam 

Hj.ii,,- - ,! VIRGINIA 
GEORGIA TECH a' usurs-fle 


7 


8 


9 

CLEMSON .. MARY LAN fTV-1.10) 
DUKE ai VIROINIA (TV-4:00) 
LaSaoe ai NORTH CAROLINA 


J 
A 
N 
U 
A 


10 

WAKE FOREST 31 GEORGIA TECH 
(TV-1J0) 

CLEMSON ol VIRGINIA ,I«0O, 




12 

Georgia Sme ai GEORGIA TECH 


13 

Rue- ai CLEMSON 
Morgan Siaiaai N.C. STATE 
Waiihiop ai MAKE FOREST 


14 

NORTH CAROLINA M MARYLAND 
Si Lihib ai DUKE 


15 


16 

WAKE FOREST ai CLEMSON (TV-1: 10) 

N C STATE ai GEORGIA TECH 

(TVJOO) 
MARYLAND ai DUKE (TV-700) 
VIROIHIA at NORTH CAROUNA 


17 


18 


19 

Nonti Carolina Ail M GEOROIA TECH 


20 

N C STATE ■ WAKE FOREST {TV»:00) 

MARYLAND at VIRGINIA 

Furman al CLEMSON 


21 

DUKE ai NORTH CAROLINA (TV-a 00) 


22 


23 

OUKE oi WAKE FOREST , i. ■ ID, 
OEORGIA TECH ,u VIRGINIA (TV-* 00) 
South Carolina ai CLEMSON 


R 
Y 


24 

NORTH CAROLINA M N.C 3TATE 
(TV-1:00) 


25 

DUKE ai Siason 


26 

CLEMSON ai GEORGIA TECH 

(TV-0:0O) 


27 

N.C- STATE al MARYLAND (TV-» 00) 
VIRGINIA - Virginia Teen (Roanoke) 


26 

NORTH CAROLINA at WAKE FOREST 
(TV-BOO) 


29 


30 

WAKE FOREST ai VIRGINIA (TV-12:0OI 
GEORGIA TECH at NORTH CAROLINA 


31 

DePaui al N.C. STATE (TV-l:0O) 


1 

CLEMSON ji 0UKE fTV-ft.OO) 

Jaooonvd* at VIRGINIA 


2 

MARYLAND ai Noire Dams 


3 

GEORGIA TECH ai DUKE (TV-7 00) 

VIRGINIA aiNC STATE 

UNC Wimmgion ai MMKE FOREST 


4 

NORTH CAROLINA JI CLEMSON 
(TV- 8; 00) 


5 


6 

N C STATE ai DUKE (TV-ltOO) 
DqPou at GEORGIA TECH (TV-400) 
MARYLAND at Old Dominion 
CLEMSON M South Carolina 
VWKE FOREST al Ma rounds 


F 
E 
B 
R 

■ U 

A 
R 
Y 


7 

None Dame ■ DUKE (TV-) 30) 

VIRGINIA ■ Houston 


e 

GEORGIA TECH ■ MARYLAND 

fTV-»:00) 
Bams oi N.C STATE 


e 


10 

MARVLAND ai CLEMSON 


N.C STATE a> NORTH CAROLINA 

(TV-BOO) 
WAKE FOREST ai DUKE 


12 


13 

GEORGIA TECH , WAKE FOREST 

(TV-100) 
Loursv'ie ai N.C STATE fTV-3:00) 
DUKE oi MARYLAND rTV-B:00) 


14 

NORTH CAROLINA (1 VIRGINIA 


15 

MO/Bailmers ai N.C. STATE 


16 


17 

VIRGINIA .it DUKE 
MARYLAND ol OEOROIA TECH 
WAKE FOREST ai NORTH CAROLINA 


18 

N.C STATE tl CLEMSON (TV-BOO) 


19 


20 

MARYLAND ai NORTH CAROLINA 

OUKEo'^-jsfTVAtOO) 
GEORGIA TECH ,n N .C STATE 

(TV-BOO) 
Easi Isnnessee Stale ai WAKE FOREST 


21 

lam dm . NORTH CAROLINA (TinaOi 

VIRGINIA al CLEM SON |T v- J (M| 


22 


23 


24 

OUKE m M.C STATE (TV-BiOO) 

CLEMSON at ««[ FOREST 


25 

VIRGINIA at GEORGIA TECH (TV-B 00) 
MaveaSB>" Snore at MARYLAND 


26 


27 

MARYLAND at WAKE FOREST 

(TV-I:M) 
N C STATE oi VIRGINIA |TV~t:00) 


28 

CLEMSON ai NORTH CAROUNA 

rrv-jooi 

DUKE hi QEORGi* TECH (TV-a 00) 


29 

UHC AshevUe ai NC STATE 


1 


2 

NORTH CAROLINA oi GEORGIA TECH 

(TV-BOO) 
DUKE o' CLEMSON 
VIROINIA oi VMKE FOREST 


3 

MARYLAND 01 N C STATE fTv-0 00| 


4 


5 

VIRGINIA OI MARYLAND (TV 1 301 
GEORGIA TECH , CLEMSON 


M 
A 
R 
C 
H 


6 

NORTH CAROLINA ,<i DUKE (TV- 1:00) 
WAKE FOREST H N.C STATE 


7 


1 


9 


10 


ACC TOURNAMENT at 


12 

Greensboro Coliseum 


13 
ACC TOURNAMENT 

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NCAA FIRST ROUND 

EAST-CnapalHIII.NC 
SOUTHEAST-Atlenla. 0* 

WEST— Sail Lak* City, Utah 


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NCAA FIRST ROUND 

EAST-HentonJ, Conn 
SOU THEAST-Cincmnati , Ohio 
MIDWEST-Lincoln. Nab 
WEST- Lot Any*" Caril 


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NCAA SECOND ROUND 

EAST— Chapal Hill. N.C 
SOUTHEAST— AllanU, Oa 
MIDWEST-Nolra Dam*. Ind 
WEST— Sail LaU City, ui.n 


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EAST-Heithsnl, Conn 
SOUTHEAST— CJntlnnell, onio 

WEST— Loa AngalM. CalH 


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MIOWEST-Poniiac, Mlsh 
WEST-Saatile. Waah 


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NCAA REGIONAL 

FINALS 

EAST— CM Rulharlord. NJ 
SOUTHEAST- Birmingham, Ala. 


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NCAA REGIONAL 
FINALS 

MIDWEST— Pomlae. Mich 
WEST— SuttM, Waah 


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BALTIMORE MCI HARBOR CLASSIC 



Loyola 
College (MD) 

November 27-28 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore Arena 




LOYOIA 



COLLEGE 

ATHLETICS 



Location: Baltimore, Maryland 
Nickname: Greyhounds 

Home Court: 

(3,000) 

Head Coach: Mark Amatucci 

Record at School: 67 76, 5 years 

Overall Record: 67 76, 5 years 

1986-87 Record: 15-14 

Returning Lettermen: Mike Morrison, 
6'3", G, Jr., 11.9; Marqus Hamwright, 
67", F, So., 3.2; Derek Campbell, 6'6", 
F, So., 3.0; Jeff Nattans, 6'2", G, Jr., 
2.0; Byron Allmond, 6'3", F, Jr., 1.7; 
Mike Porricelli, 6'1", G, Sr., 0.6; Mark 
Kovinsky, 67", F, Jr., 0.3. 

Top Newcomers: Mike Wagner, C, 
6'10"; John Boney, F, 67"; Marcus 
Flam, G, 6'3"; Byron Walker, F, 6'6"; 
Dave Wojcik, G, 5'10". 

Lettermen Lost: David Gately, 19.7; 
Tom Gormley, 14.7; Aubrey Reveley, 
14.2; Tommy Lee, 6.7; Robert Tucker, 
3.9; James Tubman, 3.6. 

Conference: ECAC Metro 

Colors: Green and Gray 




Mark Amatucci 



Mike Morrison 



Sports Information Director: 

Steve Jones 
Office Phone: (301) 532 5014 
Home Phone: (301) 549-2358 
Series Record: 3-5 



Mississippi 

November 27-28 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore Arena 




Location: Oxford, Mississippi 

Nickname: Ole Miss Rebels 

Home Court: Tad Smith Arena 
(9,000) 

Head Coach: Ed Murphy 

Record at School: 15-14, 1 year 

Overall Record: 159 97, 9 years 

1986-87 Record: 15 14 

Returning Lettermen: Roderick 
Barnes, 6T", G, Sr., 11.6; Charles 
Prater, 6'4", G, Sr., 12.0; Ronnie Miller, 
6'2", G, Sr., 3.9. 

Top Newcomers: Tim Jumper, G,6'3"; 
Sean Murphy, C, 6'1 1"; Greg Jones, F, 
6"5"; Mike Paul, F/C, 6'8"; Johnny 
Payton, G, 6T". 

Lettermen Lost: Eric Smith, 13.2; Joe 
Ayres, 13.7; Ronnie Sims, 10.8; Bruce 
Tranbarger, 1.6; Clint Stegall, 2.4; 
Keith Kessinger, 3.6. 

Conference: Southeastern 

Colors: Cardinal Red and Navy Blue 




Ed Murphy 




Sports Information Director: 

Langston Rogers 
Office Phone: (601) 232-7522 
Home Phone: (601) 2363535 
Series Record: 0-1 



St. Joseph's 

November 27-28 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore Arena 




Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Nickname: The Hawks 

Home Court: The Palestra 
(8,722) 

Head Coach: Jim Boyle 

Record at School: 121 -58, 6 years 

Overall Record: 121-58, 6 years 

1986-87 Record: 16-13 

Returning Lettermen: Rodney Blake, 
6'8", C, Sr., 17.6, 7.1; Henry Smith, 
6'5", F, Jr., 7.5, 4.9; Jimmy Owens, 6'6", 

F, Jr., 6.4, 4.7; Brian Leahy, 6'5",G, Jr., 
4.1, 1.6; Mike Shaak, 6'8", F, So., 3.0, 
2.0; Kevin Baggett,6'5",G, Jr. ,1.5,0.7; 
JimCarr, 6'8", C,Sr.,0.9, 1.1. 

Top Newcomers: Ivan Brown, G, 6T"; 
Marlon Miller, F, 67"; Richard Stewart, 

G, 6'4". 

Lettermen Lost: Bruiser Flint, 14.6; 
Wayne Williams, 13.9; Tarone 
Thornton, 13.5; Greg Mullee, 11.1; 
Jack Concannon, 1.4. 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Colors: Crimson and Gray 




Jim Boyle 



Rodney Blake 



Sports Information Director: 

Ken Kr solo vie 
Office Phone: (215) 879-7447 
Home Phone: (215) 878-9723 
Series Record: 3-1 



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Winthrop 
College 

December 3 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Rock Hill, South Carolina 

Nickname: Eagles 

Home Court: Winthrop Coliseum 
(6,100) 

Head Coach: Steve Vacendak 
(Duke '66) 

Record at School: 8-20, 1 year 

Overall Record: 13-41, 2 years 

1986-87 Record: 8-20 

Returning Lettermen: Lenwood Harris, 
6'5", F, Sr., 12.5, 5.6; Sean Smith, 6'1", 
G, So., 5.2, 3.1; Kenny Smith, 6'5", C, 
Sr., 9.3; Greg Washington, 6'4", F, Jr., 
9.7, 5.9. 

Top Newcomers: Terry Hare, C, 6'9"; 
George Henson, G, 6'4"; Andy McKoy, 
F, 6-6. 

Lettermen Lost: Ted Houpt, 17.6; 
Brendan Magee, 2.3. 

Conference: Big South 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 




Steve Vacendak 



Sean Smith 



Sports Information Director: 

Sam Copeland 
Office Phone: (803) 329-2140 
Home Phone: (803) 327-7957 
Series Record: 10 



West 
Virginia 



December 5 4:00 P.M. 

Morgantown, West Virginia 



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Location: Morgantown, West Virginia 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Home Court: West Virginia University 
Coliseum (14,000) 

Head Coach: Gale Catlett 
(West Virginia '66) 

Record at School: 189-88, 9 years 

Overall Record: 315 132, 15 years 

1985-86 Record: 23-8 

Returning Lettermen: Darryl Prue, 
6'8", F, Jr., 12.9, 6.9; Tyrone Shaw, 
67", F, Sr., 11.9, 5.9; Herbie Brooks, 
6'2", G, Jr., 1.8; Steve Berger, 5T 1", G, 
So., 5.5, 1.9; Kirk Seely, 6'4", G. Sr., 
1.4, 0.5; Brett Vincent, 5-7, G, So., 0.9, 
0.4; Wade Smith, 6'9", C, Jr., 0.8, 0.5. 

Top Newcomers: Chris Brooks, F, 6'6", 
Sesmond Clifton, C, 6-10; Shaun 
Jackson, G, 6'4"; Derrell McLane, G, 
5T1"; Mike Yoest, F, 67". 

Lettermen Lost: Wayne Yearwood, 
12.9; J. J. Crawl, 7.4; Eric Semisch, 4.9; 
Darrell Pinckney, 6.3. 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 




Gale Catlett 



Darryl Prue 



Sports Information Director: 

Joe Boczek 
Office Phone: (304) 293-2821 
Home Phone: (304) 598-2765 
Series Record: 13-18 



Mount 
Saint Mary's 

December 8 7:30 P.M. 

Emmitsburg, Maryland 




Nickname: Mountaineers 

Home Court: Knott Athletic Recreation 
Convocation Complex 
(3,500) 

Head Coach: Jim Phelan 
(LaSalle '51) 

Record at School: 631-274, 33 years 

Overall Record: 631-274, 33 years 

1986-87 Record: 26-5 

Returning Lettermen: Mike Grimes, 
6T0", C, Sr., 10.3, 7.9; John Moore, 
6'2", G, Sr., 11.7, 2.9; Mike Tate, 6'5", 
F, Jr., 14.2, 6-6; Lee Hicks, 6'3", F/G, 
So., 7.7, 3.8, Cliff Warren, 5'9", G, So., 
2.2, 0.9; Bruce Woodyard,5T0",G, Jr., 
2.0, 0.4; Derek Hine, 67", C, So., 2.0; 
Lamont Rerrell, 6'4", F, 3.6, 2.1 

Top Newcomers: Scott Murphy, F, 
6'6"; Steve Kinney, G, 6'3"; Alex 
Watson, G, 6'2"; Chris Cavanaugh, C, 
7'0". 

Lettermen Lost: Paul Edwards, 17.8; 
Mark Scallion, 14.7. 

Conference: Mason-Dixon 

Colors: Blue and White 




Jim Phelan 



Mike Grimes 



Sports Information Director: 

Tim Leber 
Office Phone: (301) 447-5364 
Home Phone: (301) 848-1704 
Series Record: 0-0 



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East 
Carolina 

December 10 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Greenville, North Carolina 

Nickname: Pirates 

Home Court: Minges Coliseum 
(6,000) 

Head Coach: Mike Steele 
(Purdue 76) 

Record at School: First Year 

Overall Record: 124-40, 6 years 

1986-87 Record: 12-16 

Returning Lettermen: Blue Edwards, 
6'4", F, Sr., 14.4, 5.6; Jeff Kelly, 5'9", G, 
So., 1.2, 0.8; John Williams, 6'3", G, 
So., 3.6, 1.7. 

Top Newcomers: Stanley Love, F/C, 
6'5"; Tehern Harvey, G, 6'2"; Jimmy 
Hinton, G, 5'9". 

Lettermen Lost: Marchell Henry, 19.1; 
Leo Bass; 5.6; Keith Sledge, 6.7. 

Conference: Colonial 

Colors: Purple and Gold 




Mike Steele 



Sports Information Director: 

Bob Roller 
Office Phone: (919) 757 6491 
Home Phone: (919) 355 6837 
Series Record: 5-0 



Louisiana 
State 

December 12 1:30 P.M. 

ABC-TV Network 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 




Nickname: Fighting Tigers 

Home Court: Assembly Center 
(14,236) 

Head Coach: Dale Brown 
(Minot State '57) 

Record at School: 281 167, 15 years 

Overall Record: 281 167, 15 years 

1986-87 Record: 24 15 

Returning Lettermen: Neboisha Bu 
kumirovich, 6'4", G, Sr., 1.6, 0.7; Parker 
Griffith, 5'11", G, So., 2.3, 0.3; Darryl 
Joe, 61", G, Sr., 8.6, 2.9; Jose Vargas, 
6'9", C, Sr., 8.0, 4.8; Bernard Woodside, 
6'6", F, Sr., 6.9, 4.0; Fess Irvin, 6'0", G, 
So., 5.6, 1.3; Ben McDonald, 67", F, 
So., 2.3, 2.0. 

Top Newcomers: Wayne Sims, F, 67"; 
Lyle Mouton. G, 6'4"; Kyle McKenzie, 
G, 6-2. 

Lettermen Lost: Nikita Wilson, 15.6; 
Anthony Wilson, 16-6; Oliver Brown, 
7-5. 

Conference: Southeastern 

Colors: Purple and Gold 




Dale Brown 



Bernard Woodside 



Sports Information Director: 

Jamie Kimbrough 
Office Phone: (504) 388-8226 
Home Phone: (504) 767-2165 

Ed Atlas, Basketball SID 
Series Record: 2-0 



South 
Carolina 

December 28 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




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Location: Columbia, South Carolina 

Nickname: Fighting Gamecocks 

Home Court: Carolina Coliseum 
(12,401) 

Head Coach: George Felton 
(South Carolina 75) 

Record at School: 15-14, 1 year 

Overall Record: 15-14, 1 year 

1986-87 Record: 15-14 

Returning Lettermen: Daryl Martin, 
67", F/C, Sr., 13.6, 9.3; Terry Dozier, 
6'9", F, Jr., 17.0, 5.4; Terry Gould, 6'2", 
G, Sr., 3.2; Tony Shaw, 6'4"/G/F, Sr., 
9.8, 4.3. 

Top Newcomers: Mike Gliver, G/F, 
6'5"; John Hudson, F, 6'8"; Bennett 
Jackson, F, 67"; Barry Manning, G, 
6'4"; Brent Price, G, 6'0"; Jeff Roulston, 
C, 6'11". 

Lettermen Lost: Chris Abboushi, 1.0; 
Mike Foster, 16.2. 

Conference: Metro 

Colors: Garnet and Black 





George Felton Daryl Martin 



Sports Information Director: 

Brian Binette, Basketball SID 
Office Phone: (803) 777-5204 
Home Phone: (803) 783-5443 
Series Record: 29 23 



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Arkansas 

December 30 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas 

Nickname: Razorbacks 

Home Court: Barnhill Arena 
(9,000) 

Head Coach: Nolan Richardson 
(Texas El-Paso '63) 

Record at School: 31-30, 2 years 

Overall Record: 150-67, 7 years 

1986-87 Record: 19-14 

Returning Lettermen: Shawn Baker, 
6'10", F, Sr., 6.5, 4.2; Mario Credit, 6'9", 
F, So., 6.0, 2.9; Allie Freeman, 6'2", G, 
Sr., 3.8, 1.4; Ron Huery, 6'6", G/F, So., 
11.7, 3.5; Anthony Hurd, 6'8", F, Sr., 
2.5, 1.7; Kenny Hutchinson, 6'3", G, 
Sr., 1.5, 0.6; Andrew Lang, 611", C, 
Sr., 8.1, 7.5; Philip McKellar, 6'6", G, 
So., 7.3, 2.0; Stephan Moore, 6'8", F, 
Sr., 2.5, 2.1; Tim Scott, 6'3", G, Sr., 
11.9, 2.7; Cannon Whitby, 6'0", G, So., 
4.2, 0.3; Keith Wilson, 6'3", G, Jr., 4.8, 
2.1. 

Top Newcomers: Chris Brunt, G, 6'1"; 
Arlyn Bowers, G, 6'0". 

Lettermen Lost: Mike Ratliff, 7.0; Eric 
Poerschke, 0.7. 

Conference: Southwest 

Colors: Cardinal and White 




Nolan Richardson 



Andrew Lang 



Sports Information Director: 

Rick Schaeffer 
Office Phone: (501) 575 -2751 
Home Phone: (501) 521 7393 
Series Record: First Meeting 



Wake Forest 

January 2 2:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

February 27 1:30 P.M. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Greensboro Coliseum 




Location: Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Home Court: Memorial Coliseum 
(8,100) 

Head Coach: Bob Staak 
(Connecticut 71) 

Record at School: 22 -36, 2 years 

Overall Record: 110 122, 7 years 

1986-87 Record: 14-15 

Returning Lettermen: Greg Keith, 
611", C, 2.7, 2.0; Cal Boyd, 6T", G.5.0, 
0.9; Tony Black, 6'4", F, 5.9, 2.0; Sam 
Ivy, 67", F, 13.2,6.1; Antonio Johnson, 
0.9, 0.9; Ralph Kipley, 6'10", C, 1.5, 2.3. 

Top Newcomers: David Carlyle, F, 67"; 
Robert Siler,G,6'3"; Derrick Keyes,F, 
6'6"; Todd Sanders, F, 6'6"; Tom Wise, 
F/C, 6'9". 

Lettermen Lost: Muggsy Bogues, 14.8; 
Mark Cline, 12.9 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 




Sports Information Director: 

John Justus 
Office Phone: (919) 761 -5640 
Home Phone: (919) 945 9729 
Series Record: 38-36 



Missouri 

January 6 7:30 P.M. 

Columbia, Missouri 



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Location: Columbia, Missouri 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court: Hearnes Center 
(12,882) 

Head Coach: Norm Stewart 

Record at School: 381 206, 20 years 

Overall Record: 478 -248, 26 years 

1986-87 Record: 24 10 

Returning Lettermen: Derrick 
Chievous 67", 24.1, 8.6; Nathan Buntin, 
11.8, 4.9; Lynn Hardy, 11.4, 2.5; Lee 
Coward, 6.5, 1.3; Devon Rolf, 1.0, 0.4; 
Mike Sandbothe, 6.5, 5.5; Greg 
Church, 6.0, 4.0; Mike Potthoff, 0.4, 
0.7; Kurt Brockman, 0.4, 0.3; Gary 
Leonard, 4.4, 3.1; Bradd Sutton, 1.7, 
1.0. 

Top Newcomers: Byron Irvin, 6'5"; 
John Mclntyre, 6'4"; Jim Horton, 6'10"; 
Doug Smith, 6'10". 

Lettermen Lost: Mike Ingram, 4.4. 

Conference: Big 8. 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 




Norm Stewart 



Sports Information Director: 


Bob Brendel 




Office Phone: 


(314) 882-0712 


Home Phone: 


(314) 445-1552 


Series Record: 


First Meeting 



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Clemson 

January 9 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

February 10 7:30 P.M. 

Clemson, South Carolina 

Littlejohn Coliseum (10,820) 






Nickname: Tigers 

Head Coach: Cliff Ellis 
(Florida State '68) 

Record at School: 60-34, 3 years 

Overall Record: 231 118, 12 years 

1986-87 Record: 25-6 

Returning Lettermen: Jerry Pryor, 
67", F, Jr., 12.2; Grayson Marshall, 
6'2", G, Sr., 6.1, 1.9; Elden Campbell, 
6'10", C, So., 8.8, 4.1; Michael Brown, 
6'4", G, Sr., 8.8, 2.9; Tim Kincaid, 6'3", 
G, So., 3.0, 1.3. 

Top Newcomers: Colby Brown, F, 6'8"; 
Donnell Bruce, G, 6'6"; Dale Davis, C, 
6T0"; Chris Duncan, G, 6'6"; David 
Johanning, F, 6'9"; Ricky Jones, F, 67"; 
Mack Smith, F, 6'9"; Sean Tyson, F, 
67". 

Lettermen Lost: Horace Grant, 21.0; 
Anthony Jenkins, 9.1; Michael Tait, 
12.9; Larry Middleton, 8.0; Jeff Holstein, 
1.1; Chris Couch, 0.7. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Orange and Purple 




Sports Information Director: 

Bob Bradley 
Office Phone: (803) 656-2101/2114 
Home Phone: (803) 654-5419 
Series Record: 60-30 



North 
Carolina 

January 14 9:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

February 20 2:00 P.M. 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Smith Center (21,444) 




Nickname: Tar Heels 

Head Coach: Dean Smith 
(Kansas '53) 

Record at School: 611-175, 26 years 

Overall Record: 611-175, 26 years 

1986-87 Record: 32-4 

Returning Lettermen: J. R. Reid, 6'9", 
C, So., 14.7, 7.4; Jeff Lebo, 6'2", G, 
13.5, 2.1; Steve Bucknall, 6'6", F, Jr., 
3.7, 1.9; Jeff Denny, 6'4", G, So., 1.1, 
0.4; Marty Hensley, 6'10", F, So., 1.7, 
0.9; Rodney Hyatt, 5'8", G, So., 1.3, 0.4; 
Ranzino Smith, 61", G, Sr., 7.5, 1.4; 
Scott Williams, 6'9>/ 2 ", C, So., 5.5, 4.2. 

Top Newcomers: Pete Chilcutt, F, 6'8"; 
Rick Fox, F, 67"; King Rice, G, 6'0". 

Lettermen Lost: Kenny Smith, 16.9; 
Joe Wolf, 15.2; Dave Popson, 10.0; 
Curtis Hunter, 4.6; Michael Norwood, 
1.0. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 





Dean Smith 



J. R. Reid 



Sports Information Director: 

Rick Brewer 
Office Phone: (919) 962 2123 
Home Phone: (919) 929-2721 
Series Record: 40 79 



Duke 

January 16 7:00 P.M. 

Durham, North Carolina 

Cameron Indoor Stadium 

(8,564) 

February 13 9:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Nickname: Blue Devils 

Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski 
(Army '69) 

Record at School: 146-77, 7 years 

Overall Record: 219 136, 12 years 

1986-87 Record: 24-9 

Returning Lettermen: Quin Snyder, 
6'3", G, Jr., 6.7, 1.9; Robert Brickey, 
6'5", F, So., 5.7, 3.0; Alaa Abdelnaby, 
6'10",C, So., 3.7, 1.7; Kevin Strickland, 
6'5", G, Sr., 11.5, 4.6; John Smith, 67", 
F/C, Jr., 11.9, 3.3; Danny Ferry, 6'10", 
C, Jr., 14.0, 7.7; George Burgin, TO", 
C, So., 0.6, 0.6; Billy King, 6'6", F, Sr., 
7.2,3.7. 

Top Newcomers: Joe Cook, G, 6'2"; 
Clay Buckley, F/C, 6'10"; Greg 
Koubek, F, 6'6". 

Lettermen Lost: Tommy Amaker, 12.3; 
Marty Nessley, 4.3. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 




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Mike Krzyzewski Danny Ferry 



Sports Information Director: 

John Roth 
Office Phone: (919) 684-2633 
Home Phone: (919) 471 9514 
Series Record: 47-67 



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Virginia 



January 20 8:00 P.M. 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

University Hall (8,200) 

March 5 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Head Coach: Terry Holland 
(Davidson '64) 

Record at School: 271 132, 13 years 

Overall Record: 363175, 18 years 

1986-87 Record: 2110 

Returning Lettermen: Bill Bates, 6'8", 
F/C, So., 2.2, 2.6; Lance Blanks 6'4", 
G, Jr., 1.2, 0.8; Mark Cooke, 6'4", F, 
So., 1.3, 0.7; Jeff Daniel, 6'9", C/F, So. 
(redshirted last year); John Dyslin, 
6'11", C, Sr., 2.1, 2.7; Mel Kennedy, 
6'5", F/G, Sr., 12.1, 5.5; Rob Metcalf, 
6'5", G/F, So. , 0.4, 0.4; Derrick Simms, 
6'3", G, Sr., 4.0, 1.4. 

Top Newcomers: Brent Bair, C, 6'11"; 
Matt Blundin, F, 67"; John Crotty, G, 
6'1"; Dirk Katstra, F, 6'6"; Kenny 
Turner, F, 67". 

Lettermen Lost: Tom Calloway, 0.0; 
Andrew Kennedy, 16.5; Tom Sheehey, 
11.6; Anthony Solomon, 1.2. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Orange and Blue 




Terry Holland 




Sports Information Director: 


Rich Murray 




Office Phone: 


(804) 924-3205 


Home Phone: 


(804) 978-2966 


Series Record: 


79-50 



NC 

State 

January 27 9:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 
Cole Field House 

March 3 9:00 P.M. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) 




Nickname: Wolfpack 

Head Coach: Jim Valvano 

Record at School: 145-85, 7 years 

Overall Record: 282 183, 16 years 

1986-87 Record: 20 15 

Returning Lettermen: Chucky Brown, 
6'8", F, Jr., 13.0, 8.3; Vinny Del Negro, 
6'5", G, Sr., 14.0, 7.7; Quentin Jackson, 
6'0", G, Sr, 2.5, 1.3; Charles Shackle- 
ford, 6'10", C/F, Jr., 13.9, 7.6; Brian 
Howard, 67", G/F, So., 0.7, 0.5; Avie 
Lester, 6'9", F/C, So., 3.0, 1.7; Kenny 
Poston, 6'6", F, Jr., 0.5, 0.3; Kelsey 
Weems, 61", G, Jr., 3.9, 0.9. 

Top Newcomers: Chris Corchiani, G, 
6'0"; Sean Green, F, 6'6"; Rodney 
Monroe, G, 6'3". 

Lettermen Lost: Bennie Bolton, 15.0; 
Mike Giomi, 7.1; Walker Lambiotte, 
5.4; Andy Kennedy, 2.6; Teviin Binns, 
2.4; Kenny Drummond, 11.2. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Red and White 




Jim Valvano 



Sports Information Director: 

Mark Bockelman 
Office Phone: (919) 737-2102 
Home Phone: 
Series Record: 39 58 



Notre 
Dame 

February 2 8:00 P.M. 

Note Dame, Indiana 

Athletic and 

Convocation Center 

(11,418) 




Nickname: Fighting Irish 

Head Coach: Digger Phelps 
(Rider '63) 

Record at School: 324 -146, 16 years 

Overall Record: 350 149, 17 years 

1986-87 Record: 24 8 

Returning Lettermen: David Rivers, 
6'8", G, Sr., 15.7, 3.6; Mark Stevenson, 
6'6", F, Jr., 10.6, 4.0; Sean Connor, 
67", F, Jr., 5.9, 1.7; Jamere Jackson, 
6'2", G, So., 2.2, 0.8; Joe Frederick, 
6'4", G, So., 1.3, 0.3; Michael Smith, 
6'3", G, Jr., 0.4, 0.4; Tony Jackson, 
67", F, So., 0.5, 0.5; Gary Voce, 6'9", 
C, Sr, 4.7, 6.3; Scott Paddock, 6'9", C, 
So., 1.6,2.8. 

Top Newcomers: Tim Singleton, G, 
61"; Keith Robinson, F, 6'9"; Kevin 
Ellery, F., 67". 

Lettermen Lost: Donald Royal, 15.8; 
Scott Hicks, 11.0. 

Conference: Independent 

Colors: Gold and Blue 




Digger Phelps 



David Rivers 



Sports Information Director: 

Roger Valdiserri 
Office Phone: (219) 329-7516 
Home Phone: (219) 277-0695 
Series Record: 5-9 



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Old 
Dominion 

February 6 7:35 P.M. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

The Scope 

(10, 252) 




Nickname: Monarchs 

Head Coach: Tom Young 
(Maryland '58) 

Record at School: 29 30, 2 years 

Overall Record: 463 271, 27 years 

1986-87 Record: 6-22 

Returning Lettermen: Anthony 
Carver, 6'7", F., So., 15.5, 7.1; Steve 
Trax, 6'5", G, Sr., 12.7, 3.4; Garrick 
Davis, 67", F, Jr., 10.9, 4.1; Frank 
Smith, 6'0", G, Sr„ 7.2, 2.9. 

Top Newcomers: Donald Grant, G, 
6'0"; Darrin McDonald, G, 6'3". 

Lettermen Lost: None. 

Conference: Sun Belt 

Colors: Slate Blue and Silver 




Tom Young 



Anthony Carver 



Sports Information Director: 

Carol Hudson, Jr. 
Office Phone: (804) 4403372 
Home Phone: (804) 625-2061 
Series Record: 3-1 



Georgia 
Tech 



February 8 9:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 

February 17 7:30 P.M. 

Alexander Memorial 

Coliseum (10,000) 




Nickname: Yellow Jackets, 
Rambling Wreck 

Head Coach: Bobby Cremins 
(South Carolina 70) 

Record at School: 111-70, 6 years 

Overall Record: 211 140, 12 years 

1986-87 Record: 16-13 

Returning Lettermen: Duane Ferrell, 
6'6", F,Sr., 17.9,5.9; Tom Hammonds, 
6'8", F, Jr., 16.2, 7.2; Craig Neal, 6'5', 
G, Sr., 7.5, 1.8; Brian Oliver, 6'4", G, 
So., 7.1, 3.1; James Munlyn, 6-11, C, 
So. , 2.9, 2.0; Anthony Sherrod, 6'6", G, 
Jr., 1.5, 1.1; John Martinson, 6T", G, 
Sr., 0.7, 0.1; Willie Reese, 6'9", F, 0.5, 
0.2. 

Top Newcomers: Dennis Scott, F, 67"; 
Dave Whitmore, F, 6'5"; Mike Christian, 
F.6.3. 

Lettermen Lost: Bruce Dalrymple, 13.6. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Colors: Old Gold and White 




Bobby Cremins 




Sports Information Director: 

Mike Finn 
Office Phone: (404) 894 5445 
Home Phone: (404) 938-9910 
Series Record: 11-13 



UMES 

February 25 8:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Cole Field House 




Location: Princess Anne, Maryland 

Nickname: Hawks 

Home Court: Tawes Gymnasium 
(1,300) 

Head Coach: Steve Williams 
(U. of Florida 74) 

Record at School: 2-25, 1 year 

Overall Record: 2-25, 1 years 

1986-87 Record: 2 25 

Returning Lettermen: Marvin Blye, 
6'4", G, 13.0, 4.6; Michael Hays, 6'0", 
G, 2.2, 6.8; Howard Lane, 6'6", F, 6'6", 
5.5,4.8. 

Top Newcomers: Keith Williams, G, 
6'3"; Terry Barge, F, 6'4"; Mike Kirk- 
land, C, 6-7. 

Lettermen Lost: Derrick Robinson, 
13.2; Henry Cuffee, 7.0; Allen White, 
7.0; Brian Spriggs, 4.4, Byron Showell, 
6.1; Eric Torain, 4.7. 

Conference: Mid-Eastern 

Colors: Maroon and Gray 




Steve Williams 



Marvin Blye 



Sports Information Director: 

Craig Cotton 
Office Phone: (301) 651-2200, ext. 
591 

Home Phone: (301) 546-1427 
Series Record: 8-0 



43 



ALL-TIME RECORDS VS. 1986-87 OPPONENTS 



Clemson University 



Season 


Location 


Score 


193839 


Home 


45-35 


1938-39 


S.C. Tourn 


27-39 


193940 


Home 


53-26 


193940 


Away 


30-48 


1940-41 


Home 


34-48 


194748 


Home 


49-42 


194748 


Away 


63-61 


194849 


Home 


74-50 


1948-49 


Away 


49-68 


1949-50 


Home 


5560 


1949-50 


Away 


68-70 


1950-51 


Away 


44-50 


1950-51 


Home 


54-50 


1950-51 


S.C. Tourn 


50-48 


1953-54 


Away 


81-41 


1953-54 


Home 


75-54 


1953-54 


ACC Tourn 


75-59 


1954-55 


Away 


71-63 


1954-55 


Home 


68-66 


195556 


Away 


71-63 


1955-56 


Home 


81-69 


1956-57 


Away 


59-52 


1956-57 


Home 


74-65 


195758 


Away 


66-73 


195758 


Home 


72-54 


195859 


Away 


46-55 


1958-59 


Home 


77-58 


1959-60 


Home 


70-55 


1959-60 


Away 


67-59 


1960-61 


Away 


59-76 


1960-61 


Home 


82 80 


1960-61 


ACC Tourn 


91-75 


1961-62 


Away 


61-73 


1961-62 


Home 


68-75 


1962-63 


Away 


60-62 


1962-63 


Home 


69-67 


1963-64 


Home 


56-48 


1963-64 


Away 


68-83 


1963-64 


ACC Tourn 


67-81 


1964-65 


Away 


67-65 


1964-65 


Home 


8871 


1964-65 


ACC Tourn 


61-50 


1965-66 


Away 


66-71 


1965-66 


Home 


69-81 


1966-67 


Home 


68-48 


1966-67 


Away 


61-65 


1967-68 


Away 


93-94 


1967-68 


Home 


81-68 


1968-69 


Home 


83-78 


1968-69 


Away 


84-83 


1969-70 


Away 


75-63 


1969-70 


Home 


103-85 


1970-71 


Home 


56-52 


1970-71 


Away 


45-51 


1971-72 


Away 


61-63 


1971-72 


Home 


67-57 


1971-72 


ACC Tourn 


54-52 


1972-73 


Away 


79-75 


1972 73 


Home 


69-66 


1972-73 


ACC Tourn 


77-61 


1973-74 


Home 


89-60 


1973-74 


Away 


56-54 


1974-75 


Away 


82-83 


1974-75 


Home 


70-64 


1975-76 


Home 


77-82 


1975-76 


Away 


98-89 


1976-77 


Away 


71-93 


1976-77 


Home 


84-78 


1977-78 


Home 


90-75 


1977-78 


Away 


80-75 


1978-79 


Away 


77-63 


1978-79 


Home 


77-69 


1978-79 


ACC Tourn 


75-67 


1979-80 


Home 


84-83 


1979-80 


Away 


8190 


1979-80 


ACC Tourn 


91-85 


1980-81 


Away 


68-62 


1980-81 


Home 


72-70 


198182 


Home 


62-57 


198182 


Away 


66-75 


1982 83 


Away 


80-61 


1982-83 


Home 


92 88 


1982-83 


Home 


85-72 


1982 83 


Away 


66-65 


1984 85 


Home 


94-84 


1984-85 


Away 


64-71 


1985-86 


Home 


7868 


1985-86 


Away 


60-70 


1986-87 


Home 


79-80 


198687 


Away 


64-72 



Duke University 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1925-26 


Home 


41-20 


1929 30 


Home 


27 28 


192930 


Away 


24-39 


1930-31 


Home 


32-24 


193132 


Away 


20-18 


1932-33 


Home 


30-28 


1933-34 


Home 


37-33 


1934-35 


Home 


39-48 


1935-36 


Home 


38-34 


1935 36 


S.C. Tourn 


47-35 


1936-37 


Away 


31-34 


193637 


Away 


30-34 


1937-38 


Home 


40-35 


193738 


Away 


34-44 


1937 38 


S.C. Tourn 


32-35 


193839 


Home 


37-34 


1938-39 


Away 


60-44 


1939-40 


Home 


32-30 


1939-40 


Away 


37-48 


193940 


S.C. Tourn 


32-44 


1940-41 


Home 


26-40 


1940-41 


Away 


17-43 


1941-42 


Away 


33-37 


194142 


Home 


46-64 


1942-43 


Home 


43-46 


1944-45 


Away 


24-51 


1944-45 


S.C. Tourn 


49-76 


194546 


Away 


25-59 


1945-46 


Home 


43-38 


1946-47 


Home 


38-40 


1947-48 


Away 


42-53 


1949-50 


Away 


46-58 


1949-50 


Home 


67-57 


1950-51 


Home 


40-49 


1951-52 


Away 


51-56 


1951-52 


S.C Tourn 


48-51 


1952-53 


S.C. Tourn 


74-65 


1953-54 


Home 


61-68 


1954-55 


Home 


49-47 


195455 


Away 


6168 


1955-56 


Away 


62 76 


1955-56 


Home 


70-82 


1955-56 


ACC Tourn 


6994 


1956-57 


Home 


62-51 


1956-57 


Away 


60-72 


1957-58 


Home 


74-49 


1957-58 


Away 


59-68 


1957-58 


ACC Tourn 


71-65 


1958-59 


Home 


64-31 


1958-59 


Away 


69-78 


1959-60 


Away 


56-48 


1959-60 


Home 


71-61 


1960-61 


Away 


62-70 


1960-61 


Home 


76-71 


1961-62 


Away 


68-84 


196162 


Home 


53-79 


196162 


ACC Tourn 


58-71 


1962-63 


Away 


56-92 


1962-63 


Home 


70-76 


1963-64 


Home 


72-104 


1963-64 


Away 


63-84 


1964-65 


Away 


64-82 


1964-65 


Home 


85-82 


196566 


Away 


61-76 


196566 


Home 


69-74 


1966-67 


Home 


6972 


1966-67 


Away 


58-81 


1967-68 


Home 


52-84 


1967-68 


Away 


6485 


1968-69 


Away 


85-96 


1968-69 


Home 


83-93 


1969-70 


Home 


52-50 


1969-70 


Away 


76-87 


1970-71 


Away 


88-79 


1970-71 


Home 


67-70 


1971-72 


Home 


77-58 


1971-72 


Away 


59-68 


1972-73 


Away 


81-85 


1972 73 


Home 


96-68 


1973-74 


Home 


104-83 


1973-74 


Away 


64-61 


1973-74 


ACC Tourn 


85 66 


1974-75 


Home 


83-77 


1974-75 


Away 


104-80 


1975-76 


Home 


102-91 


1975-76 


Away 


67-69 


1975-76 


ACC Tourn 


8078 


1976-77 


Away 


6564 


197677 


Home 


85-72 


1977-78 


Home 


78-88 


1977-78 


Away 


70-81 


1977-78 


ACC Tourn 


69-81 



1978-79 


Away 


78-87 


1978-79 


Home 


70-68 


1979-80 


Home 


101-82 


1979-80 


Away 


61-66 


197980 


ACC Tourn 


72-73 


1980-81 


Home 


94-79 


198081 


Away 


54-55 


1980-81 


ACC Tourn 


56-53 


198182 


Away 


40-36 


1981-82 


Home 


77-60 


1982-83 


Home 


67-86 


1982-83 


Away 


10190 


1983-84 


Away 


81-75 


1983-84 


Home 


84-89 


1983-84 


ACC Tourn 


74-62 


1984-85 


Home 


78-76 


1984-85 


Away 


62-70 


1984-85 


ACC Tourn 


73-86 


1985-86 


Home 


75-81 


1985-86 


Away 


68-80 


1986-87 


Home 


61-85 


1986-87 


Away 


67-76 



Georgia Tech 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1972-73 


Home 


90-55 


1974-75 


Home 


105-67 


1975-76 


Home 


93-65 


1977-78 


Home 


65-63 


1979-80 


Home 


70-60 


1979-80 


Away 


83-73 


1979-80 


ACC Tourn 


5249 


1980-81 


Away 


66-55 


1980-81 


Home 


72-64 


1981-82 


Home 


43-45 


1981-82 


Away 


63-64 


1982-83 


Home 


77-68 


1982-83 


Away 


60-70 


1982-83 


ACC Tourn 


58-64 


1983-84 


Away 


70-71 


1983-84 


Home 


79-74 


1984-85 


Neutral 


69-70 


1984-85 


Home 


60-72 


1984-85 


Away 


43-48 


198586 


Away 


67-68 


198586 


Home 


70-77 


198586 


ACC Tourn 


62-64 


198687 


Home 


67-76 


198687 


Away 


61-58 



North Carolina 
State University 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1924-25 


S.C. Tourn 


16-30 


1926-27 


Away 


23-38 


1927-28 


NA 


36-24 


1929-30 


Home 


26-28 


1929-30 


Away 


21-19 


1936-37 


Away 


33-35 


1936-37 


Home 


41-35 


1936-37 


S.C. Tourn 


35-42 


1938-39 


Away 


40-46 


1938-39 


S.C. Tourn 


53-29 


1939-40 


Away 


43-36 


1943-44 


S.C. Tourn 


23-42 


1944-45 


Away 


32-46 


1944-45 


Home 


42-57 


1945-46 


Away 


47-39 


1945-46 


Home 


37-33 


1945-46 


S.C. Tourn 


27-54 


1946-47 


S.C. Tourn 


43-55 


1950-51 


S.C. Tourn 


45-54 



44 



All-Time Records vs. 1986-87 Opponents 



1954-55 


Home 


68-64 


1954-55 


Away 


58-78 


1955-56 


Home 


64-73 


195556 


Away 


71-62 


1956-57 


Home 


79-66 


1956-57 


Away 


56-49 


1957-58 


Home 


48-57 


1957-58 


Away 


64-69 


1958-59 


Home 


53-55 


1958-59 


Away 


37-53 


195960 


Home 


63 53 


1959-60 


Away 


46-48 


195960 


ACC Tourn 


58-74 


1960-61 


Away 


6775 


196061 


Home 


75-57 


1960-61 


Away 


66-83 


1961-62 


Home 


68-73 


1961-62 


Away 


61-68 


1962-63 


Home 


74-76 


1962-63 


Away 


59-79 


1963-64 


Home 


72-62 


1963-64 


Away 


65-66 


1964-65 


Home 


62-63 


1964-65 


Away 


67-73 


1964-65 


ACC Tourn 


67-76 


1965-66 


Home 


59-48 


1965-66 


Away 


58-60 


1966-67 


Away 


5438 


1966-67 


Home 


6055 


1967-68 


Home 


62 75 


196768 


Away 


52-68 


196768 


ACC Tourn 


5463 


196869 


Away 


69-85 


196869 


Home 


81-86 


1969-70 


Away 


57-91 


1969-70 


Home 


54-64 


1969 70 


ACC Tourn 


57-67 


1970-71 


Home 


81-83 


1970-71 


Away 


61-71 


1971-72 


Home 


83-70 


1971-72 


Away 


66-65 


1972-73 


Home 


85-87 


1972-73 


Away 


78-89 


1972-73 


ACC Tourn 


74-76 


1973-74 


Away 


74-80 


1973-74 


Home 


80-86 


1973-74 


ACC Tourn 


100-103 


1974-75 


Home 


103-85 


1974-75 


Away 


98-97 


1974-75 


ACC Tourn 


85-87 


1975-76 


Away 


87-69 


1975-76 


Home 


102-84 


197677 


Home 


87 80 


1976-77 


Away 


75-73 


1976-77 


ACC Tourn 


72 82 


1977-78 


Away 


82-88 


1977-78 


Home 


73-80 


1977-78 


ACC Tourn 


109- 108 


1978-79 


Home 


124-110 


1978-79 


Away 


82-81 


1979-80 


Away 


62-67 


1979-80 


Home 


66-62 


1980-81 


Home 


82-75 


1980-81 


Away 


76-72 


1981-82 


Away 


53-74 


1981-82 


Home 


38-52 


1981-82 


ACC Tourn 


28-40 


1982-83 


Home 


86-81 


1982-83 


Away 


67-58 


1983-84 


Away 


59-55 


1983-84 


Home 


63-50 


1983-84 


ACC Tourn 


69-63 


1984-85 


Home 


58-56 


1984-85 


Away 


71-70 


1985-86 


Home 


55-67 


1985-86 


Away 


67-66 


1986-87 


Home 


72-85 


1986-87 


Away 


47-69 



Old Dominion 
University 

Season Location Score 



1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1986-87 



Home 
Away 
Home 
Away 



8767 
69-58 
87-75 
73-87 



University of Maryland 
Eastern Shore 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1979-80 


Home 


82 58 


1980-81 


Home 


81-65 


1981-82 


Home 


76-64 


1982-83 


Home 


91-70 


1983-84 


Home 


104-69 


1984-85 


Home 


87-48 


1985-86 


Home 


91-44 


198687 


Home 


117-51 



University of 
Notre Dame 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1974-75 


Home 


90-82 


1974-75 


NCAA 


83-71 


1975-76 


Away 


69-63 


1976-77 


Home 


79-80 


1977-78 


Away 


54-69 


1978-79 


Home 


61-66 


1979-80 


Away 


63-64 


1980-81 


Home 


70-73 


198182 


Away 


51-55 


1982-83 


Home 


6867 


198384 


Away 


47-52 


198485 


Home 


77-65 


198586 


Away 


62 69 


1986-87 


Home 


50-63 



University of North 
Carolina - Chapel Hill 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1923-24 


NA 


20-26 


192425 


Home 


16-21 


1925-26 


Home 


23-22 


192627 


Home 


28-23 


192627 


Home 


23-32 


192627 


Away 


23-19 


1928-29 


Home 


22-28 


192930 


Home 


36-24 


1929-30 


Away 


22-19 


1930-31 


Home 


33-31 


1930-31 


S.C. Tourn 


19-17 


1931-32 


Home 


26-25 


1931-32 


Away 


26-32 


1932-33 


Home 


42-29 


1933-34 


Home 


24-28 


1934-35 


Home 


31-39 


193536 


Home 


32-44 


1936-37 


Away 


24-41 


193637 


Home 


35-44 


1937 38 


Away 


24-42 


193839 


Home 


34-32 


1938-39 


Away 


66-41 


1940-41 


Home 


36-55 


1940-41 


Away 


29-44 


1941-42 


Home 


30-34 


1942 43 


Home 


47-40 


1942-43 


Away 


40-31 


1944-45 


Away 


28-53 


194546 


Away 


28-64 


1945-46 


Home 


31-33 


1946-47 


Away 


42-58 


1946-47 


Home 


61-57 



1947-48 


Away 


46-70 


194748 


Home 


47-51 


1948-49 


Away 


47-55 


1948-49 


Home 


42 66 


1948-49 


S.C. Tourn 


61-79 


1949-50 


Away 


53-55 


1949-50 


Home 


5669 


1950-51 


Away 


6759 


1950-51 


Home 


56-55 


1951-52 


Away 


47-51 


1951-52 


Home 


71-51 


1952-53 


Away 


4959 


1952 53 


Home 


68-66 


195455 


Away 


70-60 


1954-55 


Home 


63-61 


1955-56 


Home 


62-68 


1955-56 


Away 


5564 


1956-57 


Away 


61-70 


1956-57 


Home 


61-65 


1957-58 


Home 


74-61 


1957-58 


Away 


5966 


1957-58 


ACC Tourn 


86-74 


1958-59 


Away 


57-64 


195859 


Home 


69-51 


195960 


Home 


66-75 


1959-60 


Away 


64-81 


1960-61 


Away 


57-81 


1960-61 


Home 


52-58 


1960-61 


Away 


56-53 


1961-62 


Home 


79-62 


1961-62 


Away 


67-70 


1962-63 


Home 


56-78 


1962-63 


Away 


6882 


196364 


Away 


8897 


1963-64 


Home 


74-64 


196465 


Home 


76-68 


196465 


Away 


9180 


196566 


Away 


52-67 


196566 


Home 


76-66 


196566 


ACC Tourn 


70-77 


196667 


Away 


77-85 


196667 


Home 


78-79 


1967-68 


Home 


67-73 


1967-68 


Away 


60-83 


1968-69 


Away 


87-107 


196869 


Home 


86-88 


1969-70 


Home 


69-77 


1969-70 


Away 


8390 


1970-71 


Away 


70-105 


1970-71 


Home 


76-100 


1971-72 


Away 


72-92 


1971-72 


Home 


79-77 


1971-72 


ACC Tourn 


64-73 


1972-73 


Home 


94-88 


1972-73 


Away 


85-95 


1973-74 


Away 


73-82 


1973-74 


Home 


91-80 


1973-74 


ACC Tourn 


105-85 


1974-75 


Home 


66-69 


1974-75 


Away 


96-74 


1975-76 


Away 


93-95 


1975-76 


Home 


69-81 


1976-77 


Home 


68-71 


1976-77 


Away 


70-97 


1977-78 


Away 


71-85 


1977-78 


Home 


64-66 


1978-79 


Home 


53-54 


1978-79 


Away 


67-76 


1978-79 


ACC Tourn 


79-102 


1979-80 


Away 


92 86 


1979-80 


Home 


70-69 


1980-81 


Away 


66-75 


1980-81 


Home 


63-76 


1980-81 


ACC Tourn 


60-61 


1981-82 


Home 


50-66 


1981-82 


Away 


56-59 


1982-83 


Away 


71-72 


1982-83 


Home 


106-94 


1983-84 


Home 


62-74 


1983-84 


Away 


63-78 


1984-85 


Away 


74-75 


1984-85 


Home 


54-60 


1985-86 


Home 


67-71 


1985-86 


Away 


77-72 


1985-86 


ACC Tourn 


85-75 


1986-87 


Home 


86-93 


1986-87 


Away 


65-98 


1986-87 


ACC Tourn 


63-82 



45 



All-Time Records vs. 1986-87 Opponents 



Wake Forest 





University 




Season 


Location 


Score 


1952-53 


S.C. Tourn 


59-61 


1953-54 


Away 


54-71 


1953-54 


Home 


74-53 


1953-54 


ACC Tourn 


56-64 


1954-55 


Home 


58-62 


195455 


Away 


71-75 


1955-56 


Home 


61-51 


1955-56 


Away 


60-76 


1956-57 


Home 


59-53 


1956-57 


Away 


58-62 


195758 


Home 


72-58 


1957-58 


Away 


74-67 


1958-59 


Home 


68-65 


1958-59 


Away 


53-56 


1959-60 


Home 


47-54 


1959-60 


Away 


64-65 


1960-61 


Home 


60-72 


1960-61 


Away 


69-78 


1960-61 


ACC Tourn 


76-98 


1961-62 


Home 


79-62 


1961-62 


Away 


78-81 


1962-63 


Home 


74-85 


1962-63 


Away 


54-75 


1962-63 


ACC Tourn 


41-80 


1963-64 


Away 


91-82 


1963-64 


Home 


77-79 


1964-65 


Home 


82 64 


1964-65 


Away 


93-85 


1965-66 


Home 


87-66 


1965-66 


Away 


86-78 


1966-67 


Home 


59-68 


1966-67 


Away 


64-78 


1967-68 


Away 


60-73 


1967-68 


Home 


87-74 


1968-69 


Away 


87-95 


1968-69 


Away 


71-93 


1969-70 


Home 


87-104 


1969-70 


Away 


96-88 


1970-71 


Home 


72-71 


1970-71 


Away 


66-72 


1971-72 


Away 


49-46 


1971-72 


Home 


64-56 


1972-73 


Home 


105-76 


1972-73 


Away 


60-62 


1972-73 


ACC Tourn 


73-65 


1973-74 


Away 


72-59 


1973-74 


Home 


77-68 


1974-75 


Away 


99-78 


1974-75 


Home 


89-73 


1975-76 


Away 


93-96 


1975-76 


Home 


105-91 


1976-77 


Home 


85-86 


1976-77 


Away 


81-80 


1977-78 


Away 


75-84 


1977-78 


Home 


91-89 


1978-79 


Home 


60-66 


1978-79 


Away 


54-53 


1979-80 


Away 


84-76 


1979-80 


Home 


83-77 


1980-81 


Away 


60-67 


1980-81 


Home 


94-80 


1981-82 


Home 


61-56 


1981-82 


Away 


42-48 


1982-83 


Away 


66-79 


1982-83 


Home 


83-75 


1983 84 


Away 


87-90 


1983-84 


Home 


90-79 


1983-84 


ACC Tourn 


66-64 


1984-85 


Away 


64-62 


1984-85 


Home 


69-66 


1985-86 


Home 


77-55 


1985-86 


Away 


59-48 


1986-87 


Home 


68-75 


1986-87 


Away 


58-69 



West Virginia 
University 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1925-26 


Home 


25-15 


1933-34 


Away 


24-26 


1934-35 


Home 


29-39 


1935-36 


Away 


26-51 


1941-42 


Away 


36-63 


1941-42 


Home 


27-41 


1945-46 


Home 


33-35 


1946-47 


Away 


43-81 


1950-51 


Home 


64-70 


1951-52 


Away 


36-39 


1952-53 


Home 


52-45 


1953-54 


Away 


71-87 


1963-64 


Home 


74-72 


1963-64 


Away 


67-91 


1964-65 


Home 


73-80 


1964-65 


Away 


86-78 


1965-66 


Away 


74-76 


1965-66 


Home 


107-92 


1966-67 


Away 


82-81 


1966-67 


Home 


58-61 


1967-68 


Home 


79-75 


1967-68 


Away 


66-83 


1968-69 


Away 


65-86 


1968-69 


Home 


91-84 


1969-70 


Home 


83-76 


1969-70 


Away 


78-83 


1970-71 


Home 


81-83 


1983-84 


NCAA 


102-77 


1984-85 


Home 


56-47 


1985-86 


Away 


42-41 


1986-87 


Home 


65-62 



University of Virginia 



Season 


Location 


Score 


1923-24 


NA 


13-26 


1924-25 


Home 


24-18 


1924-25 


Away 


36-25 


1925-26 


Away 


28-34 


1925-26 


Home 


30-21 


1926-27 


Away 


17-22 


1926-27 


Home 


29-28 


1927-28 


Home 


26-20 


1927-28 


Away 


12-34 


1928-29 


Away 


30-22 


1928-29 


Home 


22-25 


1929-30 


Home 


54-20 


1929-30 


Home 


51-29 


1930-31 


Away 


31-34 


1930-31 


Home 


34-21 


1931-32 


Away 


36-31 


1931-32 


Home 


46-18 


1932-33 


Away 


19-26 


1932-33 


Home 


37-28 


1933-34 


Away 


43-20 


1933-34 


Home 


28-25 


1934-35 


Home 


44-24 


1934-35 


Away 


33-32 


1935-36 


Home 


40-34 


1936-37 


Home 


37-23 


1937-38 


Away 


39-23 


1938-39 


Home 


31-21 


1940-41 


Away 


18-47 


1941-42 


Away 


35-34 


1941-42 


Home 


36-26 


1942-43 


Home 


53-49 


1942-43 


Away 


56-42 


1943-44 


Away 


20-52 


1943-44 


Home 


26-49 


1944-45 


Away 


26-57 


1944-45 


Home 


33-61 


1945-46 


Away 


45-48 


1945-46 


Home 


37-36 



1947-48 


Away 


44-64 


1947-48 


Home 


56-68 


1948-49 


Home 


47-53 


1948-49 


Away 


43-79 


1949-50 


Away 


56-66 


1949-50 


Home 


70-52 


1950-51 


Home 


59-57 


1950-51 


Away 


46-43 


1951-52 


Away 


59-42 


1951-52 


Home 


63-53 


1952-53 


Home 


71-61 


1952-53 


Away 


59-56 


1953-54 


Home 


70-64 


1953-54 


Away 


70-56 


1954-55 


Away 


72-69 


1954-55 


Home 


78-65 


1954-55 


ACC Tourn 


67-68 


1955-56 


Home 


67-55 


1955-56 


Away 


60-73 


1956-57 


Away 


67-63 


1956-57 


Away 


43-39 


1956-57 


Home 


84-64 


1956-57 


ACC Tourn 


71-68 


1957-58 


Away 


87-66 


1957-58 


Home 


69-56 


1957-58 


ACC Tourn 


70-66 


1958-59 


Home 


63-56 


1958-59 


Away 


50-62 


1958-59 


ACC Tourn 


65-66 


1959-60 


Home 


70-62 


1959-60 


Away 


44-43 


1960-61 


Away 


57-52 


1960-61 


Home 


77-62 


1961-62 


Away 


91-70 


1961-62 


Home 


68-72 


1962-63 


Away 


67-61 


1962-63 


Home 


69-71 


1963-64 


Home 


68-58 


1963-64 


Away 


73-79 


1964-65 


Away 


59-61 


1964-65 


Home 


52-47 


1965-66 


Home 


62-65 


1965-66 


Away 


71-64 


1966-67 


Away 


85-65 


1966-67 


Home 


87-76 


1967-68 


Home 


85-76 


1967-68 


Away 


68-70 


1968-69 


Home 


77-78 


1968-69 


Away 


78-84 


1969-70 


Away 


69-71 


1969-70 


Home 


79-71 


1970-71 


Away 


63-78 


1970-71 


Home 


89-84 


1971-72 


Away 


57-78 


1971-72 


Home 


45-42 


1971-72 


ACC Tourn 


62-57 


1972-73 


Home 


93-74 


1972-73 


Away 


92-81 


1973-74 


Away 


88-81 


1973-74 


Home 


110-75 


1974-75 


Home 


86-79 


1974-75 


Away 


70-51 


1975-76 


Away 


69-66 


1975-76 


Home 


81-73 


1975-76 


ACC Tourn 


65-73 


1976-77 


Home 


82-67 


1976-77 


Away 


68-77 


1977-78 


Away 


64-66 


1977-78 


Home 


70-79 


1978-79 


Home 


63-69 


1978-79 


Away 


72-75 


1979-80 


Away 


63-61 


1979-80 


Home 


82-71 


1980-81 


Home 


64-66 


1980-81 


Away 


63-74 


1980-81 


ACC Tourn 


85-62 


1981-82 


Away 


40-45 


1981-82 


Home 


47-46 


1982-83 


Home 


64-83 


1982-83 


Away 


81-83 


1983-84 


Away 


67-66 


1983-84 


Home 


74-65 


1984-85 


Home 


71-58 


1984-85 


Away 


60-55 


1985-86 


Away 


49-70 


1985-86 


Home 


87-72 


1986-87 


Home 


64-71 


1986-87 


Away 


77-82 



FIRST MEETING: Mount Saint Mary's, Arkansas, Missouri 

46 



RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



University of Alabama 3-0 

University of Alaska — Anchorage 1-0 

American University 3-1 

Applachian State University 2-0 

Arizona State University 1-0 

University of Arizona 0-1 

Arkansas University 0-0 

Bainbridge Naval Station 0-2 

Ball State University 1-0 

Baltimore University 2-1 

Biscayne 1-0 

Boston College 3-0 

Boston University 2-0 

Bucknell University 4-0 

Brown University 3-0 

University of California — Los Angeles 1-3 

Canisus College 7-0 

Carroll Institute 0-1 

Catholic University of America 13-9 

University of Central Florida 0-0 

University of Cincinnati 1-1 

The Citadel 2-0 

City College of New York 1-1 

Clemson University 60-30 

Cleveland State University 1-0 

Columbia University 2-0 

University of Connecticut 0-1 

Creighton University 1-0 

Davidson College 6-3 

University of Dayton 2-1 

University of Delaware 2-2 

DePaul University 1-0 

DePauw University 2-0 

Dickinson College 1-0 

Duke University 47-67 

Duquesne University 6-0 

East Carolina University 5-0 

Eastern Kentucky University 1-0 

East Tennessee State University 1-0 

University of Evansville 1-0 

Fairleigh Dickinson University 2-0 

University of Florida 0-1 

Fordham University 7-1 

Fort Belvoir 0-1 

Galludet College 7-6 

George Mason University 2-0 

Georgetown University 34-25 

George Washington University 31-25 

University of Georgia 2-4 

Georgia Tech 11-13 

Hampden-Sydney College 2-2 

University of Hawaii 1-0 

Hawaii Pacific College 1-0 

Hofstra University 1-0 

Holy Cross College 4-0 

University of Houston 1-1 

University of Illinois 0-1 

Indiana University 0-4 

University of Iowa 1-0 



Jacksonville University 1-0 

James Madison 0-0 

Johns Hopkins 19-5 

University of Kansas 0-3 

Kansas State University 1-0 

Kent State University 1-0 

University of Kentucky 3-4 

Kentucky Wesleyan College 1-0 

Kings Point 0-1 

Lafayette College 2-0 

LaSalle University 1-0 

Lehigh University 10 

Long Island University 7-0 

Louisiana State University 2-0 

University of Louisville 0-4 

Loyola College — Maryland 3-5 

Loyola College — Louisiana 1-0 

University of Maine 1-0 

Manhattan College 1-0 

Marine Corps Institute 1-1 

Marshall University 2-2 

Maryland — Baltimore County 0-0 

Maryland — Eastern Shore 8-0 

Memphis State 0-2 

University of Miami 3-3 

Miami University 3-1 

University of Michigan 1-2 

Michigan State University 0-1 

University of Minnesota 2-0 

University of Mississippi 0-1 

Mississippi Aggies 0-1 

Mississippi State University 0-2 

University of Missouri 0-0 

Montana State University 1-0 

Mt. Saint Mary's 0-0 

Mt. St. Joseph's 1-2 

University of Nevada — Las Vegas 1-4 

New Mexico A&M 0-1 

New York University 0-2 
State University of New York — Buffalo 4-0 

Niagara University 1-0 

Univ. of North Carolina — Charlotte 1-0 
Univ. of North Carolina — Chapel Hill 38-82 

North Carolina State University 39-58 

Northeastern University 1-0 

Northwestern University 0-1 

University of Notre Dame 5-9 

Ohio State University 2-3 

Ohio University 1-0 

Ohio Wesleyan University 0-1 

Oklahoma State University 1-0 

Old Dominion University 3-1 

Penn Military Academy 0-2 

Penn State University 8-6 

University of Pennsylvania 1-12 

Pepperdine University 1-0 

University of Pittsburgh 3-1 

Princeton University 3-3 

Providence College 0-1 



Quantico Marines 1-2 

Randolph-Macon College 4-1 

University of Rhode Island 2-0 

Rhode Island State 0-1 

University of Richmond 26-14 

Rutgers University 2-2 

St. Francis College of Pennsylvania 1-0 

St. John's College — Maryland 9-5 

St. John's University 1-1 

St. Joseph's University 3-1 

St. Peter's College 1-0 

University of San Francisco 1-0 

Santa Clara University 1-0 

Seton Hall University 2-1 

University of South Carolina 29-23 

University of Southern California 1-0 

University of Southern Illinois 0-1 

Stanford University 1-0 

Staunton Military Academy 0-1 

Stevens Institute of Technology 4-1 

Syracuse University 5-0 

University of Tampa 2-0 

Temple University 1-2 
University of Tennessee — Chattanooga 2-0 

University of Tennessee — Knoxville 2-2 

University of Texas — El Paso 0-1 

Texas Tech University 1-0 

Towson State University 4-0 

The University of Tulsa 1-0 

Vanderbilt University 1-0 

Villanova University 1-2 

U.S. Air Force Academy 2-0 

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 1-2 

U.S. Military Academy 3-8 

U.S. Naval Academy 30-27 

University of Virginia 79-50 

Virginia Military Institute 41-10 

Virginia Tech 21-4 

Wagner College 1-0 

Wake Forest University 38-36 

Washington College 13-4 

Washington and Lee University 27-26 

Washington Y.M.C.A. 0-1 

Western Kentucky University 2-0 

Western Maryland College 12-0 

West Virginia University 13-18 

Wichita State University 1-0 

College of William and Mary 21-8 

Winthrop College 1-0 

University of Wisconsin 0-2 

Woodrow General Hospital 1-1 

University of Wyoming 1-0 

Xavier University 1-0 

Yale University 1-0 



47 





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48 



A LOOK BACK 




A REVIEW OF 1986-87 



The scene has been repeated many times in the course of the 
Maryland basketball team's 1986-87 season. This would be the 
last time— the Terps had just lost to North Carolina, 82-63, in 
the first round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. 
But the scene was the same. 

As they sat in the Capital Centre locker room, the Maryland 
players talked in upbeat terms about the game, and the season, 
that had just ended. As always, there were no fingers pointed, 
no chairs thrown, no blame assessed. As always, the Terps 
dwelled on the positives — on lessons learned and the promise 
of better times. 

"It's not good sportsmanship to get down or hang your 
head," center Derrick Lewis said after that loss to North 
Carolina. "You know someone has to win and someone has to 
lose, and there's no use pouting about it ... It goes back to 
Coach Wade. Anytime you come from a winning high school 
program like Coach Wade did, there's going to be frustration 
when you lose. But I don't think he ever gave up on us. He 
never sat down and cussed us out. He was always encouraging 
us." 

Bob Wade, 272-24 in his 11 years as head coach at Dunbar 
High in Baltimore, had precious little time to prepare after he 
was hired at Maryland on October 29, 1986. If he became 
discouraged during the Terps' 9-17 season, he rarely showed it. 
A couple of days before the ACC Tournament, he had already 
put the team's 0-14 regular-season league record behind him. 

"I don't want to project a sense of tenseness to our kids; I 
want them to be loose," Wade said at the time. "All of the trials 
and tribulations of our regular season are history." 



The theme for this Maryland team was "Don't Look Back." 
The players adopted that philosophy last fall, as they tried to 
recover from the tragic death of Len Bias. To the nation, Bias 
was simply a symbol — the All-America forward from Maryland. 

"It's been frustrating, but I'm glad we didn't skip the season," 
Lewis said. "I can't say I'm glad we didn't win a game (in the 
league), but this year has definitely helped us. We'll be better 
prepared with everyone coming back and everyone getting 
experience this year. We'll have good players coming in, and 
we'll have more people coming off the bench. We'll be a team to 
reckon with, I hope. There's nothing we can do but improve." 

It's hard to imagine Lewis improving upon his 1986-87 
season. The 6-foot-7 center was the only junior in the league to 
earn first-team All-ACC honors. In doing so, he joined an elite 
group of Terps. The only other Maryland players to make the 
All-ACC first team as juniors were Bias (1985), Albert King 
(1980), John Lucas (1975) and Tom McMillen (1972). All four 
were selected to All-America teams as seniors. 

Lewis split the ACC's regular season statistical lead with 
Clemson center Horace Grant, who was named the league 
Player of the Year. Lewis was the league's best rebounder with 
a 9.5 average compared to Grant's 9.7 rebounds. Lewis led the 
league in blocked shots for the second time in three years with 
4.4 per game, finishing second in the nation to Navy's 7-1 David 
Robinson (4.5 regular-season average). Grant led the ACC in 
scoring (21.2 points) and field-goal percentage (66.2). Lewis 
was second with 19.6 points and 60.2 percent from the field. 

Although Lewis, the team captain, was the undisputed 
leader, all of the Terps contributed. Freshman forward Steve 





50 




Hood finished the league tournament as the leading scorer 
among ACC rookies with a 14.2 average, and he had a career- 
high 27 points against Virginia in Maryland's regular season 
finale. Fellow freshman Teyon McCoy started every game at 
point guard and led the team in three-point field goals (36-for- 
80) and assists (111). 

Sophomores John Johnson ( 10.9 points) and Dave Dickerson 
(8.3 points, 5.6 rebounds) rounded out the starting lineup that 
Wade used every game, and the Terps received key contribu- 
tions off the bench from sophomore transfer Ivan Powell, 
freshman Mark Karver, sophomore Greg Nared, redshirt 
freshman Phil Nevin and freshman Andre Reyes, Mitch Kasoff 
and Pat Holland. Junior Tom Worstell, a first-team All-America 
for the Terps' lacrosse team, played in eight basketball games 
before spring lacrosse practice beckoned. 

Although they were at a tremendous disadvantage in height 
and depth against every ACC opponent, the Terps did exceed 
expectations. Nine of their conference losses were by nine 
points or fewer. There was a one-point loss to Clemson at Cole 
Field House, where the Tigers won 80-79 on a 25-foot jumper by 
Michael Brown in the closing seconds. Twice the Terps lost to 
Georgia Tech by four points. They went 9-2 against non- 



conference teams, including a 65-62 upset victory over West 
Virginia on January 21. 

But the best news came off the court. In January, 6-10 center 
Rodney Walker transferred to Maryland from Syracuse; he will 
be eligible to play after the fall 1987 semester. By the time the 
Terps played North Carolina in the ACC Tournament, Wade 
had also received verbal commitments from two other 6-10 
players: Brian Williams, a McDonalds All-America from Santa 
Monica, California, and Cedric Lewis, Derrick's younger 
brother. They made it official in early April when they signed 
national letters of intent. 

Then on April 20, Maryland notched one of its biggest 
victories when Rudy Archer announced he would join the 
Terps next season. Archer, a 6-1 point guard from South- 
western High in Baltimore, spent the last two years at Allegany 
Community College. He was named first-team JUCO All- 
America, and many recruiting experts rated him the best guard 
available in the nation this year. 

"I think next year's going to be the beginning of an era here," 
Johnson said after the loss in the ACC tournament. "We've 
had a good recruiting year so far (even before Archer signed), 
and we've all gotten a lot of valuable experience." 



51 



FINAL 1986-87 STATISTICS 



GP GS MIN FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA 



REBOUNDS 
.PCT OFF DEF TTL PF-DSQ ASST BLK STLS PTS AVG 



Derrick LEWIS 


26 


26 


932 


195 


324 


.602 


119 


117 


.672 


62 


186 


248 


76-1 


50 


114 


38 


510 


19.6 


Steve HOOD 


26 


26 


897 


136 


290 


.469 


62 


95 


.653 


19 


82 


101 


67-1 


56 


4 


23 


369 


14.2 


John JOHNSON 


26 


26 


777 


90 


201 


.448 


82 


103 


.796 


22 


44 


66 


40 


85 





13 


282 


10.9 


Dave DICKERSON 


26 


26 


858 


86 


168 


.512 


44 


61 


.721 


47 


98 


145 


99-5 


48 


10 


13 


216 


8.3 


Teyon McCOY 


26 


26 


761 


65 


143 


.455 


27 


37 


.730 


7 


42 


49 


82-7 


111 





20 


193 


7.4 


Ivan POWELL 


26 




320 


54 


116 


.466 


24 


26 


.923 


10 


13 


23 


25 


17 





5 


155 


6.0 


Mark KARVER 


23 




181 


19 


35 


.543 


14 


16 


.875 


11 


14 


25 


31-1 


16 


3 


6 


55 


2.4 


Greg NARED 


25 




247 


14 


27 


.519 


13 


19 


.684 


2 


22 


24 


29 


35 


1 


9 


44 


1.8 


Andre REYES 


23 




153 


8 


21 


.381 


6 


7 


.857 


13 


9 


22 


16 


3 


7 


1 


22 


1.0 


Mitch KASOFF 


7 




12 


5 


10 


.500 





1 


.000 


1 


1 


2 





1 








11 


1.6 


Phil NEVIN 


13 




38 


1 


2 


.500 


2 


9 


.222 


5 


12 


17 


7 


1 


2 


2 


4 


0.3 


Pat HOLLAND 


5 




11 


1 


7 


.143 








.000 


1 


1 


2 


2 





2 





2 


0.4 


Tom WORSTELL 


8 




13 








.000 


2 


2 
TEAM 


1000 
45 























2 


0.3 



MARYLAND 26 674 1344 .502 


395 553 .714 200 524 769 474-15 423 143 130 1865 71.7 


OPPONENTS 26 728 1521 .479 


336 491 .684 298 520 871 497-12 425 61 183 1905 73.3 




TEAM 53 


Dead Ball Rebounds: Maryland 73 Opponents 63 


Missed Shots: Maryland 828 Opponents 948 


Three Point Field Goals: Maryland 122/290 .421 




Opponents 113/245 .461 




McCoy 36/80 .450 Hood 35/80 .438 Powell 23/53 


.434 Johnson 20/55 .364 Karver 3/6 .500 Nared 3/6 .500 Kasoff 1/3 .333 



1986-87 Results/Game Leaders 



MD 


76 
70 
50 


Opponent 

Winthrop 

Fairleigh Dickinson 
Notre Dame 


58 
59 
63 


Site 

(H) 
(H) 
(H) 


Attendance 

9,550 

8,200 

11,275 


High Scorer 

23 Lewis 
25 Johnson 
15 Johnson 


High Rebounder 

9 Lewis 
9 Hood 
5 Hood 




47 
79 
65 


N.C. State 
Towson State 
North Carolina 


69 

71 
98 


(A) 
(H) 
(A) 


12,000 

5,540 

20,800 


17 Hood 
25 Lewis 
16 Lewis 


5 Hood 
15 Lewis 

6 Lewis 




64 
61 
64 


Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 


71 
85 
72 


(H) 
(H) 
(A) 


8,020 
12,555 
10,000 


20 Lewis 
22 Hood 
20 Hood 


9 Lewis 

9 Lewis 

13 Lewis 




77 
65 
73 


Bucknell 
West Virginia 
Old Dominion 


68 
62 
87 


(H) 
(H) 

(A) 


3,175 
7,100 
9,217 


22 Lewis 
22 Lewis 
27 Lewis 


9 Lewis 
17 Lewis 
11 Lewis 




90 
72 
58 


James Madison 
Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 


76 
76 
69 


(A) 
(A) 
(A) 


7,612 
6,373 
8,100 


29 Lewis 
25 Lewis 
24 Lewis 


23 Lewis 
7 Lewis 
6 Lewis 




79 
67 
74 


Clemson 
Duke 
Georgia Tech 


80 
76 
78 


(H) 
(A) 
(H) 


11,925 

8,564 

12,125 


18 Lewis 
23 Hood 
20 Johnson 


7 Lewis 

7 Lewis 

10 Lewis 




86 
73 
78 


North Carolina 
Central Florida 
U.M.B.C. 


93 
55 
64 


(H) 
(H) 
(H) 


14,000 
3,000 
2,500 


26 Lewis 
18 Lewis 
32 Lewis 


13 Lewis 
10 Dickerson 
10 Lewis 




68 

72 

117 


Wake Forest 
N.C. State 
U.M.E.S. 


75 
85 

51 


(H) 
(H) 
(H) 


11,250 
8,660 
2,100 


28 Lewis 
26 Lewis 
16 Powell 


15 Lewis 

10 Lewis 

7 Lewis 


ACC 


77 
63 


Virginia 
North Carolina 


82 
82 


(A) 
(N) 


8,200 
19,277 


27 Hood 
21 Hood 


12 Lewis 
8 Dickerson 



52 



Game-by-Game Team Breakdown 



OPPONENT 


MIN 


FGAFGM 


% 


FTA FTM 


% 


PTS 


OR 


DR 


TR 


TO 


ST 


CH 


AST 


BLK 


PF 


EFF 


Winthrop 


200 


50 


29 


58 


28 


16 


57 


76 


11 


22 


33 


10 


4 


1 


19 


5 


16 


86 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


200 


50 


26 


52 


24 


16 


67 


70 


7 


29 


36 


21 


1 


5 


18 


5 


18 


71.5 


Notre Dame 


200 


48 


18 


38 


15 


11 


73 


50 


4 


17 


21 


13 


5 


1 


8 


5 


21 


22.5 


N.C. State 


200 


46 


19 


41 


11 


7 


64 


47 


5 


17 


22 


11 


1 


1 


10 


2 


17 


28 


Towson State 


200 


45 


29 


64 


32 


18 


56 


79 


7 


28 


35 


13 


4 





16 


7 


22 


82.5 


North Carolina 


200 


50 


24 


48 


22 


15 


68 


65 


10 


15 


25 


28 


8 


2 


15 


4 


20 


43.5 


Virginia 


200 


51 


24 


47 


12 


9 


75 


64 


7 


19 


26 


15 


2 





15 


4 


15 


50.5 


Duke 


200 


59 


20 


34 


30 


19 


63 


61 


14 


22 


36 


17 


8 


1 


10 


6 


25 


32.5 


Clemson 


200 


50 


24 


48 


14 


12 


86 


64 


8 


20 


28 


22 


4 


1 


13 


3 


20 


43 


Bucknell 


200 


52 


23 


44 


32 


28 


88 


77 


11 


26 


37 


11 


6 





18 


8 


14 


87.5 


West Virginia 


200 


44 


20 


46 


24 


20 


83 


65 


9 


23 


32 


21 


5 


1 


14 


8 


16 


61 


Old Dominion 


200 


58 


26 


45 


19 


14 


74 


73 


15 


15 


30 


17 


7 





16 


4 


21 


52 


James Madison 


200 


54 


26 


48 


38 


34 


90 


90 


6 


35 


41 


15 


3 





8 


14 


19 


90.5 


Georgia Tech 


200 


59 


27 


46 


17 


13 


77 


72 


12 


14 


26 


17 


12 


1 


21 


3 


19 


64 


Wake Forest 


200 


45 


20 


44 


16 


12 


75 


58 


2 


24 


26 


11 


2 





11 


3 


22 


37.5 


Clemson 


200 


49 


29 


59 


21 


15 


71 


79 


4 


15 


19 


11 


2 


1 


21 


6 


13 


79.5 


Duke 


200 


50 


27 


54 


16 


11 


69 


67 


5 


21 


28 


18 


1 





13 


2 


18 


46.5 


Georgia Tech 


200 


42 


25 


60 


25 


14 


56 


74 


5 


15 


20 


16 


6 





20 


6 


18 


66 


North Carolina 


200 


59 


31 


53 


26 


18 


69 


86 


8 


27 


35 


19 


7 


2 


24 


2 


20 


84.5 


Central Florida 


200 


60 


28 


47 


16 


12 


75 


73 


5 


33 


38 


14 


7 


1 


21 


8 


18 


80.5 


UMBC 


200 


48 


30 


63 


21 


14 


67 


78 


8 


23 


31 


11 


5 





23 


11 


16 


100.5 


Wake Forest 


200 


51 


25 


49 


21 


15 


71 


68 


11 


19 


30 


13 


3 


1 


15 


6 


15 


63 


NC State 


200 


54 


26 


48 


18 


13 


72 


72 


16 


13 


29 


21 


6 


1 


17 


3 


22 


50.5 


UMES 


200 


69 


46 


67 


28 


16 


57 


117 


11 


29 


40 


11 


11 


2 


30 


17 


12 


167.5 


Virginia 


200 


49 


27 


55 


16 


14 


88 


77 


8 


14 


22 


18 


6 


1 


15 


1 


18 


62.5 


ACC Tournament 






































North Carolina 


200 


52 


25 


48 


11 


9 


82 


63 


9 


17 


26 


17 


4 


1 


12 





19 


39.5 


Totals 


5200 


1344 


674 


50 


553 


395 


71 


1865 


218 


552 


770 


411 


130 


24 


423 


143 


474 


1693 


Averages 


40 


51.7 


25.9 




21.3 


15.2 




71.7 






29.6 


15.8 






16.3 






65.1 


Three Point Field Goals 


: 122/290 


42% 































Game by Game Scoring, Rebounding 



MD 






76 
70 
50 
47 
79 
65 
64 
61 
64 
77 
65 
73 
90 
72 
58 
79 
67 
74 
86 
73 
78 
68 
72 
117 
77 
ACC 63 



Winthrop 

F. Dickinson 

Notre Dame 

N.C. State 

Towson State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Clemson 

Bucknell 

West Virginia 

Old Dominion 

James Madison 76 

Georgia Tech 76 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Central Florida 

U.M.B.C. 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

U.M.E.S. 

Virginia 

North Carolina 



69 



L 
E 
W 
I 

S 

23(9) 
16(4) 
2(2) 
11(5) 
25(15) 
16(6) 
20(9) 
9(9) 
15(4) 
22(9) 
22(17) 
27(11) 
29(23) 
25(7) 
24(6) 
18(7) 
11(7) 
18(10) 
26(13) 
18(8) 
32(10) 
28(15) 
26(10) 
15(7) 
17(12) 
15(4) 



H 

N 
S 

o 

N 
10(4) 
25(3) 
15(5) 
4(0) 
10(1) 
13(3) 
19(4) 
6(1) 
4(2) 
8(5) 
16(1) 
8(3) 
2(2) 
5(1) 
4(2) 
17(2) 
8(3) 
20(2) 
19(5) 
11(2) 
15(3) 
9(4) 
8(2) 
14(4) 
2(0) 
10(3) 



E 
R 
S 

o 

N 
15(5) 
9(7) 
4(3) 
8(6) 
12(6) 
4(6) 
4(4) 
5(6) 
15(4) 
10(6) 
6(4) 
5(3) 
2(6) 
4(3) 
2(4) 
14(4) 
18(6) 
2(0) 
14(7) 
8(10) 
9(9) 
10(7) 
3(9) 
13(6) 
10(6) 
10(8) 



H 
O 

O 
D 

11(6) 
8(9) 
13(5) 
17(5) 
19(5) 
15(3) 
11(4) 
22(5) 
20(3) 
7(2) 
16(6) 
4(4) 
22(6) 
22(7) 
8(3) 
9(4) 
23(2) 
0(1) 
5(1) 
16(8) 
13(3) 
16(1) 
11(2) 
13(1) 
27(2) 
21(3) 



M 

c 

C 

O 

Y 
9(2) 
7(3) 
8(2) 
2(2) 
7(2) 
1(3) 
10(1) 
9(2) 
0(0) 
13(4) 
5(3) 
5(0) 
8(1) 
4(0) 
5(3) 
15(1) 
KD 
18(2) 
11(3) 
10(2) 
5(2) 
5(2) 
17(2) 
10(2) 
6(1) 
2(3) 



K 

A 

R 

V 

E 

R 
2(1) 
2(0) 
3(1) 
3(0) 
2(1) 
7(6) 
0(0) 
0(3) 

X 
4(1) 
0(0) 

X 
2(0) 
2(0) 
0(1) 

X 
0(0) 
4(1) 
0(0) 
4(3) 
2(2) 
0(0) 
3(1) 
13(6) 
2(0) 
0(0) 



R 
E 
Y 
E 

S 
4(3) 
2(5) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
4(2) 
2(0) 
0(1) 
0(2) 
0(0) 
2(2) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 

X 
0(1) 
0(0) 
0(2) 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 
0(0) 
2(2) 
4(2) 
0(0) 
2(0) 



N 
A 
R 

E 
D 

0(0) 
1(3) 
3(0) 
2(2) 
0(0) 
5(0) 
X 
0(0) 
2(0) 
0(4) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
9(0) 
0(1) 
0(5) 
0(0) 
4(3) 
2(0) 
0(1) 
4(1) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
8(2) 
4(0) 
0(2) 



P 
O 

w 

E 

L 

L 
2(1) 
0(0) 
0(0) 
0(1) 
0(0) 
2(0) 
0(1) 
10(4) 
8(3) 
11(1) 
0(0) 
24(2) 
16(3) 
10(2) 
11(0) 
6(0) 
2(0) 
10(1) 
11(2) 
0(1) 
2(1) 
0(0) 
2(0) 
16(0) 
9(0) 
3(0) 



K 
A 
S 

o 

F 
F 

0(0) 

X 
2(0) 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 
0(0) 

X 

X 
2(0) 

X 

X 

X 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 

X 

X 
7(2) 

X 

X 



N 

E 

V 

I 

N 
0(1) 

X 
0(1) 
0(0) 

X 
0(0) 

X 
0(1) 

X 

X 

X 
0(2) 

X 
0(2) 

X 
0(0) 
0(1) 
0(0) 

X 
2(2) 

X 

X 

X 
2(6) 

X 
0(0) 



o 

R 

s 

T 
E 

L 

L 
0(0) 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 

X 

X 

X 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 

X 
0(0) 
0(0) 

X 
2(0) 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 



H 

o 

L 

L 

A 

N 

D 
0(0) 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 
0(0) 

X 

X 
0(0) 

X 

X 

X 

X 
0(0) 

X 

X 

X 
2(1) 

X 

X 



53 




1986-87 
Maryland Game Highs 



1986-87 
Individual Game Highs 



Most Points — Game 
Fewest Points — Game 
Most Points— Half 
Fewest Points— Half 
Most Field Goals Attempted 
Most Field Goals Made 
Highest Field Goal Percent 
Most Free Throws Attempted 
Most Free Throws Made 
Highest Free Throw Percent 
Most Offensive Rebounds 
Most Defensive Rebounds 
Most Total Rebounds 
Most Assists 
Fewest Turnovers 
Most Steals 
Most Blocked Shots 
Fewest Personal Fouls 



117vsUMES(H) 

47 vs NC State (A) 

61 vs UMES (H) 

19 vs Notre Dame (H) 

69 vs UMES (H) 

46 vs UMES (H) 

.667 vs UMES (H) 

38 vs James Madison (A) 

34 vs James Madison (A) 
.895 vs James Madison (A) 
12 vs Duke (A) 

35 vs James Madison (A) 
37 vs Bucknell (H) 

30 vs UMES 
10 vs Winthrop(H) 
12 vs Georgia Tech (A) 
14 vs James Madison (A) 
12 vs UMES (H) 



Most Points 

Most Field Goals Attempted 

Most Field Goals Made 

Highest Field Goal Percent 

Most Free Throws Attempted 

Most Free Throws Made 

Highest Free Throw Percent 

Most Rebounds 

Most Assists 
Most Steals 



32 by Derrick Lewis vs UMBC (H) 

20 by Derrick Lewis 
vs NC State (H) 

13 by Derrick Lewis vs UMBC (H) 
vs NC State (H) 

.812 by Derrick Lewis UMBC (H) 
13 of 16 

16 by Derrick Lewis 
vs Towson State (H) 

9 by Derrick Lewis 
vs Towson State (H) 
James Madison (A) 
and Georgia Tech (A) 

1,000 by Derrick Lewis 
vs Georgia Tech (A) 

9 of 9 

23 by Derrick Lewis 
vs James Madison (A) 
4 Offense— 19 Defense 

10 by John Johnson 
vs Winthrop (H) 

4 by Derrick Lewis 

vs North Carolina (A) 

4 by Steve Hood vs Duke (H) 



54 



1986-87 Individual Season Highs 



Field Goal 


Percentage 




Free Throw Pe 


rcentage 




Derrick Lewis 




.602 


Mark Karver 




.875 


Mark Karver 




.543 


John Johnson 




.796 


Greg Nared 




.519 


Teyon McCoy 




.730 


Dave Dickerson 




.512 


Dave Dickerson 




.721 


Steve Hood 




.469 


Derrick Lewis 




.672 


Total Rebounds 




Assists 






Derrick Lewis 


248 - 62-0 - 


186-D 


Teyon McCoy 




111 


Dave Dickerson 


145 - 47-0 - 


98-D 


John Johnson 




85 


Steve Hood 


101 — 19-0 - 


82-D 


Steve Hood 




56 


John Johnson 


66 - 22-0 - 


44-D 


Derrick Lewis 




50 


Teyon McCoy 


49— 7-0 — 


49- D 


Dave Dickerson 




48 


Total 


Points 




3-Point Field 


Goals 




Derrick Lewis 




510 


Teyon McCoy 


36/80 


.450 


Steve Hood 




369 


John Johnson 


20/55 


.364 


John Johnson 




282 


Greg Nared 


3/6 


.500 


Dave Dickerson 




216 


Derrick Lewis 


1/5 


.200 


Teyon McCoy 




193 


Steve Hood 


35/80 


.438 








Mark Karver 


3/6 


.500 








Mitch Kasoff 


1/3 


.333 








Dave Dickerson 


0/1 


.000 




55 



1986-87 ACC FINAL STATISTICS 

Conference Games All Games 

Off. Def. 

Team Won Lost Pet. Avg. Avg. Won Lost Pet. 

North Carolina 14 1.000 91.1 75.5 31 3 .912 

Clemson 10 4 .714 82.9 81.1 25 6 .806 

Duke 9 5 .643 73.8 69.7 24 8 .750 

Virginia 8 6 .571 71.0 70.5 21 10 .677 

Georgia Tech 7 7 .500 71.1 72.2 16 13 .552 

N.C. State* 6 8 .429 72.2 73.4 20 15 .571 

Wake Forest 2 12 .143 66.4 74.9 14 15 .483 

Maryland 14 .000 68.1 79.2 9 17 .346 

(*Won Championship In Conference Tournament) 

(RECORD AGAINST NON-CONFERENCE OPPOSITION: Won 97, Lost 24 - Pet. 80.2) 



Off. 


Def. 


Avg. 


Avg. 


92.2 


74.9 


86.1 


71.5 


77.0 


66.7 


74.2 


68.4 


70.7 


68.5 


77.5 


74.8 


68.9 


68.1 


71.7 


73.3 



Player, School FG 

Horace Grant, Clemson 256 

Derrick Lewis, MD 195 

Duane Ferrell, GaT 201 

Kenny Smith, UNC 196 

Andrew Kennedy, VA 191 

Tom Hammonds, GaT 206 

Joe Wolf, UNC 201 

Bennie Bolton, NCS 148 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 159 

J. R. Reid, UNC 176 

Steve Hood, MD 136 

Jeff Lebo, UNC 154 

C. Shackleford, NCS 204 

Danny Ferry, Duke 165 

Bruce Dalrymple, GaT 143 

Sam Ivy, WF 170 

Michael Tait, Clemson 138 

Mark Cline, WF 137 

Richard Morgan, VA 158 

Jerry Pryor, Clemson 159 

Tommy Amaker, Duke 148 

John Smith, Duke 133 

John Johnson, VA 132 

Mel Kennedy, VA 150 

Tom Sheehey, VA 146 

Kevin Strickland, Duke 116 



FT 


Pts. 


138 


651 


119 


510 


112 


520 


70 


545 


130 


512 


59 


471 


68 


491 


159 


524 


75 


428 


130 


482 


62 


369 


74 


449 


66 


474 


90 


441 


77 


375 


42 


382 


54 


400 


45 


374 


50 


383 


59 


377 


46 


383 


104 


371 


99 


369 


55 


362 


62 


360 


79 


346 



Scoring 

(5-0 Average of Better) 

Avg. John Johnson, MD 91 82 284 10.9 

21.0 Rod Watson, WF 104 29 273 10.9 

19.6 Vinny Del Negro, NCS 133 63 365 10.4 

17.9 Dave Popson, UNC 143 53 339 10.0 

17.0 Anthony Jerkins, Clemson 95 24 274 9.1 

16.5 Elden Campbell, Clemson 107 59 273 8.8 

16.2 Michael Brown, Clemson 83 37 237 8.8 

15.3 Dave Dickerson, MD 86 44 216 8.3 

15.0 Larry Middleton, Clemson 62 52 192 8.0 

14.8 Ranzino Smith, UNC 95 42 258 7.6 

14.2 Craig Neal, GaT 74 36 218 7.5 

14.2 Teyon McCoy, MD 65 27 193 7.4 

14.0 Billy King, Duke 76 52 204 7.3 

13.9 Mike Giomi, NCS 106 35 247 7.1 

13.8 Brian Oliver, GaT 73 54 207 7.1 

13.4 Quin Snyder, Duke 71 45 220 6.9 

13.2 Chucky Brown, NCS 81 61 223 6.6 

12.9 G. Marshall, Clemson 63 37 182 6.1 

12.9 Ivan Powell, MD 54 24 155 6.0 

12.4 Tony Black, WF 72 18 164 5.9 

12.2 Scott Williams, UNC 76 43 195 5.7 

12.0 Robert Brickey, Duke 76 29 181 5.7 

12.0 Walker Lambiotte, NCS 81 19 185 5.4 

11.9 Antoine Ford, GaT 61 26 148 5.1 

11.7 CalBoyd, WF 49 27 141 5.0 

( A Player Must Have Played In 75 Percent Of His Team's Games To Be Ranked) 
11.5 

56 



ACC Standings and Statistics 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

(Minimum 5 FGs Scored Per Game) 

Player, School FGM FGA 

Horace Grant, Clemson 256 390 

Derrick Lewis, MD 195 324 

Jerry Pryor, Clemson 159 277 

J. R. Reid, UNC 176 307 

Tom Hammonds, GaT 206 362 

Andrew Kennedy, VA 191 337 

Sam Ivy, WF 170 301 

Joe Wolf, UNC 201 357 

Duane Ferrell, GaT 201 387 

Kenny Smith, UNC 196 387 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 

(Minimum 2.5 FTs Scored Per Game) 

Player, School FTM FTA 

Danny Ferry, Duke 90 106 

Bennie Bolton, NCS 159 194 

Kevin Strickland, Duke 79 97 

Duane Ferrell, GaT 112 138 

John Johnson, VA 99 122 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 75 93 

John Smith, Duke 104 130 

John Johnson, MD 82 103 

Andrew Kennedy, VA 130 173 

Bruce Dalrymple, GaT 77 107 



REBOUNDING 

Player, School GAMES 

Horace Grant, Clemson 31 

Derrick Lewis, MD 26 

Danny Ferry, Duke 32 

Andrew Kennedy, VA 31 

C. Shackleford, NCS 34 

J. R. Reid, UNC 34 

Tom Hammonds, GaT 29 

Joe Wolf, UNC 32 

Tom Sheehey, VA 31 

Sam Ivy, WF 29 



ASSISTS 

Player, School GAMES 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 29 

Grayson Marshall, Clemson 30 

John Johnson, VA 31 

Kenny Smith, UNC 32 

Craig Neal, GaT 29 

Jeff Lebo, UNC 32 

Danny Ferry, Duke 32 

Teyon McCoy, MD 26 

Bruce Dalrymple, GaT 28 

Tommy Amaker, Duke 32 



NO. 



Pet. 

.656 
.602 

.574 
.573 
.569 
.567 
.565 
.563 
.519 
.506 



Pet. 

.849 
.820 
.814 
.812 
.811 
.806 
.800 
.796 
.751 
.720 



NO. 


AVG 


299 


9.6 


248 


9.5 


249 


7.8 


242 


7.8 


260 


7.6 


257 


7.6 


208 


7.2 


223 


7.0 


193 


6.2 


178 


6.1 



AVG. 



276 


9.5 


221 


7.4 


194 


6.3 


190 


5.9 


166 


5.7 


144 


4.5 


137 


4.3 


111 


4.3 


108 


3.9 


117 


3.7 



3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE 

(Minimum 1 Made Per Game) 

Player, School MADE ATT. 

Michael Tait, Clemson 70 136 

Vinny Del Negro, NCS 36 72 

Jeff Lebo, UNC 67 142 

Anthony Jenkins, Clemson 60 133 

Teyon McCoy, MD 36 78 

Michael Brown, Clemson 34 76 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 35 79 

Steve Hood, MD 35 80 

Bennie Bolton, NCS 69 161 

Kenny Smith, UNC 83 198 

Craig Neal, GaT 34 82 

MarkCline, WF 55 133 

Tommy Amaker, Duke 41 100 

Kevin Strickland, Duke 35 88 

Rod Watson, WF 36 99 

Quin Snyder, Duke 33 92 



STEALS 

Player, School GAMES 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 29 

Billy King, Duke 28 

Tommy Amaker, Duke 32 

Bruce Dalrymple, GaT 28 

Michael Tait, Clemson 31 

Grayson Marshall, Clemson 30 

Kenny Smith, UNC 32 

Richard Morgan, VA 31 

Derrick Lewis, MD 26 

Jeff Lebo, UNC 32 



3-POINT FG AVERAGE 

(Minimum 1 Made Per Game) 

Player, School GAMES 

Kenny Smith, UNC 32 

Michael Tait, Clemson 31 

Jeff Lebo, UNC 32 

Bennie Bolton, NCS 35 

Anthony Jenkins, Clemson 30 

MarkCline, WF 29 

Teyon McCoy, MD 26 

Rod Watson, WF 25 

Tommy Amaker, Duke 32 

Steve Hood, MD 26 

Michael Brown, Clemson 27 

Kevin Strickland, Duke 30 

Tyrone Boggs, WF 29 

Craig Neal, GaT 29 

Vinny Del Negro, NCS 35 

Quin Snyder, Duke 32 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Player, School GAMES 

Derrick Lewis, MD 26 

Elden Campbell, Clemson 31 

Antoine Ford, GaT 29 

C. Shackleford, NCS 34 

Dave Popson, UNC 34 

Scott Williams, UNC 34 

Horace Grant, Clemson 31 

Martin Nessley, Duke 32 

J. R. Reid, UNC 34 

Kevin Strickland, Duke 30 



NO. 



NO. 



NO. 



Pet. 

.515 
.500 
.472 
.451 
.450 
.447 
.443 
.438 
.429 
.419 
.415 
.414 
.410 
.398 
.364 
.359 



AVG. 



70 


2.4 


52 


1.9 


57 


1.8 


51 


1.8 


54 


1.7 


51 


1.7 


49 


1.5 


46 


1.5 


38 


1.5 


46 


1.4 



AVG. 



83 


2.6 


70 


2.3 


67 


2.1 


69 


2.0 


60 


2.0 


55 


1.9 


36 


1.4 


36 


1.4 


41 


1.3 


35 


1.3 


34 


1.3 


35 


1.2 


35 


1.2 


34 


1.2 


36 


1.0 


33 


1.0 



AVG. 



114 4.4 


62 


2.0 


45 


1.6 


48 


1.4 


27 


0.8 


26 


0.8 


25 


0.8 


24 


0.8 


23 


0.7 


22 


0.7 



58 



THE RECORD BOOKS 




ALL-TIME POSTSEASON HISTORY 



Southern Conference Tournaments (1923 to 
1953): Won 13, Lost 22; one Southern 
Conference Tournament Championship (1931). 

Atlantic Coast Conference Tournaments (1954-1987): 
Won 24, Lost 32; two ACC Championships (1958 
and 1984). 



ACC Tournament Breakdown 



Year 

1954 

1955 
1956 
1957 

1958 



1959 
1960 
1961 

1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 



1973 

1974 

1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 



1982 
1983 
1984 



1985 
1986 

1987 



Opponent 

Clcmson 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke 

Virginia 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina* 

Virginia 

N.C. State 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Clemson 

N.C. State 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina* 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State* 

Duke 

North Carolina 

N.C State* 

N.C. State 

Duke (ot) 

Virginia 

N.C. State 

N.C. State (3 ot) 

Duke 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Georgia Tech 

Clemson 

Duke* 

Duke 

Virginia 

North Carolina* 

N.C. State 

Georgia Tech (ot) 

N.C. State 

Wake Forest 

Duke* 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 



Score 

75-59 

6456 

68-67 

94-69 

71-68 

74-64 

70-66 

71-65 

86-74 

66-65 

74-58 

91-75 

98-76 

71-58 

80-41 

81-67 

61-50 

76-67 

77-70 

57-54 

63-54 

92-71 

67-57 

71-63 

54-52 

62-57 

73-64 

77-61 

73-65 

76-74 

85-66 
105-83 
103-100 

87-85 

80-78 

73-65 

82-72 
109-108 W 

81-69 L 

75-67 W 
102-79 

52-49 

91-85 

73-72 

56-53 

85-62 

61-60 

40-28 

64-58 

69-63 

66-64 

74-62 

86-73 

85-75 

64-62 

63-82 



W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 



L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 



Cum. Record 

1-0 

1-1 

1-2 

1-3 

2-3 

2-4 

3-4 

4-4 

5-4 

5-5 

5-6 

6-6 

6-7 

6-8 

6-9 

6-10 

7-10 

6-11 

6-12 

6-13 

6-14 

6-15 

6-16 

6-17 

7-17 

8-17 

9-18 
10-18 
11-18 
11-19 
12-19 
13-19 
13-20 
13-21 
14-21 
14-22 
14-23 
15-23 
15-24 
16-24 
16-25 
17-25 
18-25 
18-26 
19-26 
20-26 
20-27 
20-28 
20-29 
21-29 
22-29 
23-29 
23-30 
24-30 
24-31 
24-32 



ACC Tournament Breakdown 



Coaches in ACC Tournament 
(Totals 24-31) 

BudMillikan 6-13 

Frank Fellows 0-2 

Lefty Driesell 18-16 

Bob Wade 0-1 

Breakdown by Opponent 

Clemson 7-1 

Duke 5-5 

Georgia Tech 1-2 

North Carolina 3-4 

N.C. State 2-9 

South Carolina 0-4 

Virginia 4-3 

Wake Forest 2-3 



Breakdown by Round 

Quarterfinals 16-18 

Semifinals 7-8 

Champ. Game 2-5 

Breakdown by Location 

Atlanta, GA 0-2 

Charlotte, NC 0-3 

Greensboro. NC 15-12 

Landover, MD 3-3 

Raleigh, NC 6-12 



Considered by many as one of the greatest spectacles in sports, the 
ACC Tournament returns to the Greensboro Coliseum this year. Played 
at Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh) from 1954 to 1966, the tournament was 
held in Charlotte from 1968 to 1970 before stationing in Greensboro, 
where it was played through 1975. In 1976, the tournament made its first 
appearance in Landover, then moved back to Greensboro from 1977 to 
1980. Landover was again the site in 1981; the tournament has also been 
played m Atlanta (1983 and 1985). 



NCAA Tournament Breakdown 









C 


umulative 


Year 


Opponent 


Region/Round 


Score 


Record 


1958 


Boston College 


East quarterfinal 


86-63 W 


1-0 




Temple 


East semifinal 


81-67 L 


1-1 




Manhattan 


East third place 


59-55 W 


2-1 


1973 


Syracuse 


East semifinal 


91-75 W 


3-1 




Providence 


East final 


103-89 L 


3-2 


1975 


Creighton 


Midwest quarterfinal 


83-79 W 


4-2 




Notre Dame 


Midwest semifinal 


83-71 W 


5-2 




Louisville 


Midwest final 


96-82 L 


5-3 


1980 


Tennessee 


East quarterfinal 


86-75 W 


6-3 




Georgetown 


East semifinal 


74-68 L 


6-4 


1981 


Tenn.-Chat. 


Midwest quarterfinal 


81-69 W 


7-4 




Indiana 


Midwest semifinal 


99-64 L 


7-5 


1983 


Tenn.-Chat. 


Midwest quarterfinal 


52-51 W 


8-5 




Houston 


Midwest semifinal 


60-50 L 


8-6 


1984 


West Virginia 


Mideast quarterfinal 


102-77 W 


9-6 




Illinois 


Mideast semifinal 


72-70 L 


9-7 


1985 


Miami (Ohio) 


Southeast first round 


69-68 W 


10-7 




Navy 


Southeast quarterfinal 


64-59 W 


11-7 




Villanova 


Southeast semifinal 


46-43 L 


11-8 


1986 


Pepperdine 


West first round 


69-64 W 


12-8 




Nevada-Las Vegas 


West quarterfinal 


70-64 L 


12-9 



NCAA Tournaments (Nine appearances): 

Won 12, Lost 9; Regional Finalist in 1973 and 1975; 
Final 16 in 1984 and 1985 



*ACC Tournament Championship Game 



60 



Postseason History (Con't.) 



NCAA Tournament Breakdowns 

Coaches Breakdown 

in ACC Tournament by Region 

Bud Millikan 2-1 East 4-3 

Lefty Driesell 10-8 Southeast 2-1 

Mideast 1-1 

Midwest 4-3 

West 1-1 



National Invitational Tournament 
(NIT — two appearances): 
Won 5, Lost 1; Tournament Champion in 1972. 



Maryland Invitational 
Tournament Records 



NIT 








Cumulative 


Year 


Opponent 


Score 




Record 


1972 


St. Joseph's 


67-55 W 




1-0 




Syracuse 


71-65 W 




2-0 




Jacksonville 


91-77 W 




3-0 




Niagara* 


100-69 W 




4-0 


1979 


Rhode Island 


67-65 W 


(3 0T) 


5-0 




Ohio State 


79-72 L 




5-1 




Belo hv Tom McMillen with the 1972 NIT Most Valuable Player 
Trophy. 




1971 



1972 



1973 



1974 



1975 - 



1976 



1977 



1978 - 



1979 



1980 



1983 



Maryland 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


St. John's 


94 


Harvard 


88 


Third Place 








Harvard 


107 


Western Kentucky 


89 


Championship 








Maryland 


90 


St. John's 


69 


Maryland 


90 


Georgia Tech 


55 


Syracuse 


74 


Bowling Green 


73 


Third Place 








Bowling Green 


102 


Georgia Tech 


87 


Championship 








Maryland 


90 


Syracuse 


76 


Maryland 


102 


Holy Cross 


75 


Boston College 


94 


Michigan State 


81 


Third Place 








Michigan State 


97 


Holy Cross 


85 


Championship 








Maryland 


58 


Boston College 


37 


Maryland 


105 


Georgia Tech 


67 


UCLA 


78 


St. Bonaventure 


62 


Third Place 








Georgia Tech 


70 


St. Bonaventure 


61 


Championship 








UCLA 


81 


Maryland 


75 


Maryland 


104 


Seton Hall 


69 


Princeton 


61 


Alabama 


59 


Third Place 








Alabama 


100 


Seton Hall 


64 


Championship 








Maryland 


66 


Princeton 


59 


Maryland 


84 


Xavier 


74 


Syracuse 


116 


Duquesne 


86 


Third Place 








Duquesne 


86 


Xavier 


80 


Championship 








Maryland 


96 


Syracuse 


85 


Maryland 


91 


Western Kentucky 


78 


Georgia Tech 


73 


St. John's 


67 


Third Place 








St. John's 


80 


Western Kentucky 


63 


Championship 








Maryland 


65 


Georgia Tech 


63 


Maryland 


62 


St. Joseph's 


57 


Southern Calif. 


78 


Holy Cross 


60 


Third Place 








St. Joseph's 


62 


Holy Cross 


58 


Championship 








Maryland 


83 


Southern Calif. 


79 


Maryland 


115 


Miami of Ohio 


76 


Temple 


85 


Harvard 


73 


Third Place 








Miami of Ohio 


86 


Harvard 


79 


Championship 








Maryland 


85 


Temple 


63 


Maryland 


114 


Marshall 


89 


St. Joseph's 


87 


Bowling Green 


76 


Third Place 








Marshall 


87 


Bowling Green 


85 


Championship 








Maryland 


74 






Maryland 


58 


Randolph Macon 


52 


LaSalle 


65 


G. Washington 


64 


Third Place 








G. Washington 


54 


Randolph Macon 


47 


Championship 








Maryland 


96 


LaSalle 


83 


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




1971 — Len Elmore — 


Maryland 






1972 - Tom McMiller 


i — Maryland 




1973 — Len Elmore - 


Maryland 






1974 — David Meyers 


-UCLA 






1975 — John Lucas — 


Maryland 






1976 — Steve Sheppard — Maryland 




1977 — Lawrence Boston — Maryland 




1978 — Albert King — 


Maryland 






1979 — Albert King - 


Maryland 






1980 — Albert King - 


Maryland 






1983 — Ben Coleman 


— Marylan 


d 





61 



ALL-TIME LEADERS, SEASON & CAREER 

Top 10 Single Season Marks 



All-Time Career Scorers 



Scoring 


Year 


Games 


Points 


Avg. 


Will Hetzel 


1968-69 


26 




605 


23.3 


Len Bias 


1985-86 


32 




743* 


23.2 


Gene Shue 


1952-53 


23 




508 


22.1 


Gene Shue 


1953-54 


30 




654 


21.8 


Albert King 


1979-80 


31 




674 


21.7 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


29 




616 


21.2 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


32 




667 


20.8 


Bob Kessler 


1954-55 


24 




490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


24 




487 


20.3 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


28 




557 


20.1 


Rebounding 


Year 


Games 


Reb. 


Avg. 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 


28 




412* 


14.7 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


24 




336 


14.0 


Al Bunge 


1959-60 


23 




289 


12.6 


Will Hetzel 


1968-69 


26 




318 


12.2 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


31 




363 


11.7 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


26 




290 


11.2 


Tom Roy 


1974-75 


29 




321 


11.1 


Len Elmore 


1971-72 


32 




351 


11.0 


Buck Williams 


1978-79 


30 




323 


10.8 


Bob McDonald 


1960-61 


26 




279 


10.7 


Assists 


Year 


Games Assists 


Avg. 


Keith Gatlin 


1985-86 


32 




204 


6.4 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 


37 




221* 


6.0 


John Lucas 


1972-73 


30 




178 


5.93 


Brad Davis 


1975-76 


28 




165 


5.89 


John Lucas 


1973-74 


28 




159 


5.6 


Mickey Wiles 


1969-70 


26 




135 


5.2 


Brad Davis 


1976-77 


27 




132 


4.9 


Keith Gatlin 


1983-84 


32 




148 


4.622 


Brad Davis 


1974-75 


29 




134 


4.621 


Ernest Graham 


1979-80 


31 




136 


4.4 


Field Goal Pet. 


Year 


Games 


FGM FGA* 


Pet. 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


31 


183 


283 


64.7 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


30 


196 


305 


64.3 


Charles Pittman 


1981-82 


24 


102 


167 


61.1 


Ben Coleman 


1983-84 


32 


194 


319 


60.8 


Buck Williams 


1979-80 


24 


143 


236 


60.6 


Tom Roy 


1974-75 


29 


129 


213 


60.6 


Bob Bodell 


1971-72 


32 


70 


117 


59.8 


Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 


26 


150 


251 


59.7 


Larry Gibson 


1976-77 


27 


115 


195 


58.9 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


29 


250 


427 


58.5 


'Minimum 100 field goal attempts 








Free Throw Pet. 


Year 


Games 


h'l'M 


FTA* 


Pet. 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


30 


79 


87 


90.8 


Len Bias 


1985-86 


32 


209 


242 


86.4 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1977-78 


27 


57 


66 


86.3 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 


37 


50 


58 


86.2 


Greg Manning 


1978-79 


29 


66 


77 


85.7 


Greg Manning 


1977-78 


28 


92 


108 


85.2 


Jim O'Brien 


1972-73 


30 


92 


109 


84.4 


Owen Brown 


1974-75 


29 


63 


76 


82.9 


Maurice Howard 


1975-76 


28 


72 


87 


82.8 


Albert King 


1979-80 


31 


124 


151 


82.1 


Greg Manning 


1980-81 


31 


78 


95 


82.1 


*Minimum 50 free throw attempts 









Len Bias 

Albert King 

Adrian Branch . 

John Lucas 

Tom McMillen _ 
Ernest Graham 
Greg Manning . 

Gene Shue 

Will Hetzel 

Jay McMillen 



2,149 
2,058 
2,017 
2,015 
1,807 
1,607 
1,561 
1,397 
1,370 
1,300 



All-Time Career 
Rebounders 



Len Elmore 

Buck Williams 
Larry Gibson 
Tom McMillen 
Bob Kessler _ 

Al Bunge 

Len Bias 

Albert King 

Derrick Lewis 
Will Hetzel 



Lawrence Boston 



1,053 
. 928 
. 895 
. 859 

- 849 
. 795 
. 745 

- 715 
. 711 
_ 689 
. 629 



Career Assist 


Leaders 


Kpith Hatlin 


573 


John I uras 


514 


nntrh Mnrley 


460 


Rrarl Dawis 


431 


.Ipff AHkins 


3fin 


Frnpst (Graham 


3d6 


Alhprt King 


3fld 


Hrpg Manning 


971 


Bob Rodell 


241 


Maurice Howard 


219 



Field Goal Percentage 





61 5 




58 3 




57 6 




55 5 




55 1 




54 7 




54 1 




53 6 




53 1 


SpppHy Jonps 


52R 



Free Throw Percentage 



Greg Manning 
Jim O'Brien _ 
Keith Gatlin _ 
Tom McMillen 
Mark Fothergill 
Len Bias 



Dutch Morley 

John Lucas 

Albert King 

Maurice Howard 



85.8 
80.3 
80.2 

79.9 
79.9 
79.5 
79.1 
77.8 
77.5 
76.4 



62 



Terps On All-ACC Teams 



ACC Tournament Breakdown 



Gene Shue First Team ... 

Bob Kessler Second Team 

Bob Kessler Second Team 

Bob O'Brien Second Team 

Nick Davis Second Team 

John Nacincik Second Team 

Charles McNeil Second Team 

Al Bunge First Team ... 

Bob McDonald Second Team 

Jerry Greenspan Second Team 

Jay McMillen Second Team 

Gary Ward Second Team 

Will Hetzel Second Team 

Will Hetzel Second Team 

Jim O'Brien Second Team 

Tom McMillen First Team ... 

Len Elmore Second Team 

Tom McMillen First Team ... 

Len Elmore Second Team 

Len Elmore First Team ... 

John Lucas First Team ... 

Tom McMillen Second Team 

John Lucas First Team ... 

Owen Brown Second Team 

Brad Davis Second Team 

Maurice Howard Second Team 

John Lucas First Team ... 

Brad Davis Second Team 

Larry Gibson Second Team 

Albert King First Team ... 

Buck Williams Second Team 

Greg Manning Second Team 

Buck Williams Second Team 

Albert King Second Team 

Ben Coleman Second Team 

Adrian Branch Second Team 

Ben Coleman Second Team 

Len Bias First Team ... 

Adrian Branch Second Team 

Len Bias First Team ... 

Derrick Lewis First Team ... 

* Denotes ACC Player of the Year 



1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1963 

1965 

1966 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1972 

1973 

1973 

1974 

1974 

1974 

1975 

1975 

1975 

1975 

1976 

1977 

1979 

1980* 

1980 

1980 

1981 

1981 

1983 

1983 

1984 

1985* 

1985 

1986* 

1987 



Three-Time All-ACC Players: 

Tom McMillen .... 1972-73-74 (Twice First-Team) 

Len Elmore 1972-73-74 (Once First-Team) 

John Lucas 1974-75-76 (Three Times First-Team) 

Two-Time All-ACC Players: 

Bob Kessler 1955-56 

Will Hetzel 1969-70 

Brad Davis 1975-77 

Albert King 1980-81 (Once First-Team) 

Buck Williams 1980-81 

Len Bias 1985-86 (Twice First-Team) 

Adrian Branch 1983-85 



Coaches in ACC Tournament 
(Totals 24-31) 

BudMillikan 6-13 

Frank Fellows 0-2 

Lefty Driesell 18-16 

Bob Wade 0-1 

Breakdown by Opponent 

Clemson 7-1 

Duke 5-5 

Georgia Tech 1-2 

North Carolina 3-4 

N.C. State 2-9 

South Carolina 0-4 

Virginia 4-3 

Wake Forest 2-3 



Breakdown by Round 

Quarterfinals 16-18 

Semifinals 7-8 

Champ. Game 2-5 



Breakdown by Location 

Atlanta, GA 0-2 

Charlotte, NC 0-3 

Greensboro. NC 15-12 

Landover, MD 3-3 

Raleigh, NC 6-12 



Considered by many as one of the greatest spectacles in sports, the 
ACC Tournament returns to the Greensboro Coliseum this year. Played 
at Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh) from 1954 to 1966, the tournament was 
held in Charlotte from 1968 to 1970 before stationing in Greensboro, 
where it was played through 1975. In 1976, the tournament made its first 
appearance in Landover, then moved back to Greensboro from 1977 to 
1980. Landover was again the site in 1981; the tournament has also been 
played in Atlanta (1983 and 1985). 




NCAA Tournament Breakdown 











t 


Cumulative 


Year 


Opponent 


Region/Round 


Score 


Record 


1958 


Boston College 


East quarterfinal 


86-63 


W 


1-0 




Temple 


East semifinal 


81-67 


L 


1-1 




Manhattan 


East third place 


59-55 


W 


2-1 


1973 


Syracuse 


East semifinal 


91-75 


W 


3-1 




Providence 


East final 


103-89 


L 


3-2 


1975 


Creighton 


Midwest quarterfinal 


83<79 W 


4-2 




Notre Dame 


Midwest semifinal 


83-71 


W 


5-2 




Louisville 


Midwest final 


96-82 


L 


5-3 


1980 


Tennessee 


East quarterfinal 


86-75 


W 


6-3 




Georgetown 


East semifinal 


74-68 


L 


6-4 


1981 


Tenn.-Chat. 


Midwest quarterfinal 


81-69 


W 


7-4 




Indiana 


Midwest semifinal 


99-64 


L 


7-5 


1983 


Tenn.-Chat. 


Midwest quarterfinal 


52-51 


W 


8-5 




Houston 


Midwest semifinal 


60-50 


L 


8-6 


1984 


West Virginia 


Mideast quarterfinal 


102-77 


W 


9-6 




Illinois 


Mideast semifinal 


72-70 


L 


9-7 


1985 


Miami (Ohio) 


Southeast first round 


69-68 


W 


10-7 




Navy 


Southeast quarterfinal 


64-59 


W 


11-7 




Villanova 


Southeast semifinal 


46-43 


L 


11-8 


1986 


Pepperdine 


West first round 


69-64 


W 


12-8 




Nevada-Las Vegas 


West quarterfinal 


70-64 


L 


12-9 



NCAA Tournaments (Nine appearances): 

Won 12, Lost 9; Regional Finalist in 1973 and 1975; 
Final 16 in 1984 and 1985 



63 



Maryland in Close Games 



Although some critics have contended that Maryland doesn't win games that 
go down to the wire, the numbers prove quite differently, showing that the 
Terps are among the nation's better ballclubs when it comes to pressure 
situations. The following charts/breakdowns prove that Maryland has indeed 
won more than their fair share of close games. 

Games Decided by Three (3) Points or Fewer 
1978 to 1987 (nine seasons) 



1978-79 



1979-80 



1980-81 



1981-82 



1982-83 



1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 



1986-87 













Cum. 


Opponent 


Score 


H/A 


Category 


Record 


N.C. State 


82-81 


W 


A 


ACC 


1-0 


North Carolina 


54-53 


L 


H 


ACC 


1-1 


Duke 


70-68 


W 


H 


ACC 


2-1 


Wake Forest 


54-53 


W 


A 


ACC 


3-1 


Virginia 


75-72 


L 


A 


ACC 


3-2 


Rhode Island* 


67-65 


W 


N 


NIT 


4-2 


Penn State 


56-55 


W 


N 


— 


5-2 


Clemson 


84-83 


W 


H 


ACC 


6-2 


Notre Dame 


64-63 


L 


A 


— 


6-3 


North Carolina 


70-69 


W 


H 


ACC 


7-3 


Virginia 


63-61 


W 


A 


ACC 


8-3 


Georgia Tech* 


52-49 


W 


N 


ACC Tourney 


8-4 


Duke 


73-72 


L 


N 


ACC Tourney 


8-4 


Virginia 


66-64 


L 


H 


ACC 


8-6 


Notre Dame 


73-70 


L 


H 


— 


9-6 


Pittsburgh* 


69-66 


W 


A 


— 


9-7 


Duke 


55-54 


L 


A 


ACC 


10-7 


Clemson 


72-70 


W 


H 


ACC 


11-7 


Duke 


56-53 


W 


N 


ACC Tourney 


11-8 


North Carolina 


61-60 


L 


N 


ACC Tourney 


11-9 


Georgia Tech 


45-43 


L 


H 


ACC 


11-10 


Georgia Tech 


64-63 


L 


A 


ACC 


11-11 


North Carolina 


59-56 


L 


A 


ACC 


12-11 


Virginia 


47-46 


W 


H 


ACC 


13-11 


Canisius 


67-66 


W 


A 


— 


14-11 


UCLA* 


80-79 


W 


H 


— 


15-11 


American 


73-71 


W 


H 


— 


15-12 


North Carolina 


72-71 


L 


A 


ACC 


16-12 


Notre Dame 


68-67 


w 


H 


— 


17-12 


Holy Cross 


55-53 


w 


A 


— 


17-13 


Virginia 


83-81 


L 


A 


ACC 


18-13 


Tenn.-Chat. 


52-51 


w 


N 


NCAA Tourney 


19-13 


Virginia 


67-66 


w 


A 


ACC 


19-14 


Georgia Tech 


71-70 


L 


A 


ACC 


19-15 


Wake Forest 


90-87 


L 


A 


ACC 


20-15 


Dayton 


61-59 


W 


H 


— 


21-15 


Clemson 


66-65 


w 


A 


ACC 


22-15 


Wake Forest 


66-64 


w 


N 


ACC Tourney 


22-16 


Illinois 


72-70 


L 


N 


NCAA Tour 


23-16 


Kansas 


58-56 


L 


N 


Alaska Shootout 


23-17 


Alaska 


54-52 


W 


H 


Alaska Shootout 


24-17 


Alabama 


59-56 


W 


A 


— 


25-17 


Ohio State 


76-73 


W 


H 


— 


26-17 


Georgia Tech 


70-69 


L 


N 


Rainbow Classic 


26-18 


N.C. State 


58-56 


W 


H 


ACC 


27-18 


North Carolina 


75-74 


L 


A 


ACC 


27-19 


Duke* 


78-76 


W 


H 


ACC 


28-19 


UNLV 


78-76 


L 


A 


— 


28-20 


Villanova 


77-74 


W 


H 


— 


29-20 


Wake Forest 


64-62 


W 


A 


ACC 


30-20 


Wake Forest 


69-66 


W 


H 


ACC 


31-20 


N.C. State 


71-70 


W 


A 


ACC 


32-20 


Miami (Ohio) 


69-68 


W 


N 


NCAA Tourney 


33-20 


Villanova 


46-43 


L 


N 


NCAA Tourney 


33-21 


George Mason 


81-80 


W 


A 


— 


34-21 


UNLV* 


64-63 


L 


H 


— 


34-22 


West Virginia 


42-41 


W 


A 


— 


35-22 


Alabama 


60-58 


W 


H 


— 


36-22 


Stanford* 


67-65 


w 


N 


Hawaii-Pacific 


37-22 


Georgia Tech 


68-67 


L 


A 


ACC 


37-23 


Villanova 


64-62 


L 


A 


— 


37-24 


N.C. State 


67-66 


W 


A 


ACC 


38-24 


Georgia Tech* 


64-62 


L 


N 


ACC Tourney 


38-25 


West Virginia 


65-62 


W 


H 


— 


39-25 


Clemson 


80-79 


L 


H 


— 


39-26 



10 Largest Margins of Victory 



Margin Opponent 



Score 



+66 


UMES 


117-51 


+64 


DePauw 


113-49 


+57 


DePauw 


99-42 


+53 


Towson State 


91-38 


+49 


Eastern Kentucky 


106-57 


+46 


Appalachian State 


96-50 


+45 


Brown 


127-82 


+43 


Johns Hopkins 


108-65 


+40 


Boston University 


122-82 


+40 


South Carolina 


99-59 


+40 


Clemson 


81-41 



H/A 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 



Season 

1986-87 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1984-85 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1972-73 
1983-84 
1975-76 
1957-58 
1953-54 




After five consecutive unsuccessful appearances in the 
ACC Tournament final, the 1983-84 Terps captured 
Maryland's first conference basketball championship in 
26 years. 



10 Largest Margins of Defeat 



Margin Opponent 



Score 



H/A 



Season 



53 


Army 


78-25 


A 


1943-44 


57 


Miami (Fla.) 


92-35 


A 


1968-69 


63 


Bainbridge Navy 


85-22 


A 


1944-45 


44 


Seton Hall 


59-15 


A 


1941-42 


39 


Wake Forest 


80-41 


ACC Tourney 


1962-63 


38 


West Virginia 


81-43 


A 


1946-47 


38 


Navy 


58-21 


A 


1932-33 


37 


Navy 


70-33 


A 


1944-45 


37 


Cincinnati 


70-33 


A 


1948-49 


37 


South Carolina 


65-28 


Southern Conf. 


193233 



TOTALS: Won 38, Lost 25 
fewer than three points. 

* — Overtime game. 



60.3 percent of all games decided by 



64 



ALL-AMERICA PROFILES 




Louis (Bosey) Berber 



6-2 Forward 
1929-32 



Considered one of the greatest athletes in Maryland's history 
... A two-time All-American selection, an almost impossible 
achievement at the time because Maryland was considered an 
agricultural school and had carried a rural identity . . . Chosen as a 
senior by Chuck Taylor as the captain of the Converse All- 
America team, a title befitting of who was thought to be the best 
all-round player in the nation . . . Led Maryland to the 1931 
Southern Conference Championship, scoring a phenomenal (for 
then) 172 points during the season and receiving acclaim as the 
greatest player in Southern Conference history . . . Concentrated 
on his first love, baseball, after college . . . Signed with the 
Cleveland Indians in 1932 and played in the major leagues for six 
years as an infielder, batting .236 with the Indians, Chicago and 
Boston. 




Len Elmore 

6-9 Center 
1971-74 



One of the more dominating inside players in Maryland 
history and the all-time leading Terp rebounder for a game (26), 
season (412) and career (1053) ... A tremendous shot-blocker 
whose defensive presence helped Maryland to a 73-17 record 
during his three varsity seasons . . . Joined the United States All 
Stars (on emergency) to help America face the Russians in a 
three-game series and was outstanding, controlling the lane and 
allowing the U.S. to emerge victorious ... A second-team All- 
America in 1972-73 and again in 1973-74 . . . Named to All-ACC 
teams three times, and to conference all-tournament and squads 
three times . . . Named Maryland's Best Rebounder in 1972, 
Maryland's Top Defensive Player and Best Rebounder in 1973 and 
was awarded the coveted Outstanding Senior Award in 1974 . . . 
Drafted in the first round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Washington 
Bullets, but chose to sign with the ABA's Indiana Pacers . . . Spent 
10 seasons in the ABA/NBA, with Indiana, Milwaukee, New Jersey 
and New York . . . Retired after the 1984-85 season to enroll in the 
Harvard Law School — the only player in NBA history to do so. 



Career Stats. 



FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts. 



Avg. 



Sophomore 


.462 


.754 


37 


351 


347 


10.8 


Junior 


.469 


.607 


35 


290 


261 


10.0 


Senior 


.525 


.758 


48 


412* 


409 


14.6 



Totals .488 .723 

'Maryland season or career record 



120 



1053* 



957 



11.1 




Len Bias 



6-8 Forward 
1982-86 



Maryland's all-time leading scorer and the only player in Terp 
history to be named ACC Player of the Year twice . . . The 
conference's leading scorer in 1984-85 (18.9) and again in 1985-86 
(23.2), the first player to do so since N.C. State's Kenny Carr 
accomplished the feat 10 seasons ago . . . Set school record for 
season scoring with 701 points as a junior, then broke the record as 
a senior ... A consensus All-America selection as a senior and 
second- and third-team All-America honors as a junior . . . Ranks 
ninth among all-time ACC scorers . . . Set a Maryland record for 
most points in a road game when he scored 41 against No. 2 Duke 
at Cameron Indoor Stadium January 1986. 



Career Stats. 



FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts. Avg. 



Freshman 
Sophomore 
Junior 
Senior 



.478 .636 

.567 .767 

.530 .777 

.544 .864 



22 

48 
65 
33 



125 

145 
251 
224 



217 
488 
701 
743* 



7.2 
15.2 
18.9 
23.2 



Totals .537 .795 

'Maryland season or career record 



168 



765 2149* 16.4 




Albert Kinq 



Forward 
1977-81 



Came to Maryland after a prolific career at Fort Hamilton 
High in the Bronx, N.Y., where he averaged 38.6 points and 22 
rebounds per game as a senior and was considered the nation's top 
recruit . . . Felt the tremendous burden of pressure that ac- 
companied him to Maryland during his first two seasons at College 
Park, but still averaged 13.6 and 15.9 points and more than five 
rebounds per game as a freshman and sophomore . . . Assumed a 
greater role in the offense as a junior (1979-80) and exploded, 
averaging 21.7 points and 6.7 rebounds and shooting 55.3 percent 
from the floor . . . Finished his career at Maryland as the school's 
all-time leading scorer; still ranks second with 2,058 points . . . Also 
ranks eighth among Terp rebounders (715) and ninth among 
career free-throw shooters (77.5 percent) . . . Drafted in the first 
round of the 1981 NBA Draft ( 12th pick overall) by the New Jersey 
Nets . . . Older brother Bernard led the NBA in scoring the 1984-85 
season and is a member of the Washington Bullets. 



Career Stats. 



FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts. Avg. 



Freshman 
Sophomore 
Junior 
Senior 

Totals 



.502 
.494 
.553 
.502 

.515 



.646 
.765 
.821 
.812 

.775 



64 
62 
86 
92 

304 



187 

144 
207 
177 

715 



381 

444 
674 
559 

2058 



13.6 
15.9 
21.7 
18.0 

17.4 



65 




John Lucas 



6-4 Guard 
1972-76 



A consensus two-time All- America (junior and senior seasons) 
... A four-year starter at Maryland, where he is the only player in 
Terp history to be named first-team All-ACC three straight years 
. . . Maryland's all-time leading scorer from 1976 until 1981, when 
Albert King surpassed his total of 2,015 points . . . All-time school 
assist leader until last February, when Keith Gatlin passed his total 
of 514 . . . Now ranks fourth among all-time Terp scorers, second 
among all-time assist men and eighth in all-time free throw 
percentage . . . Served as point guard for Maryland during its finest 
seasons, leading the Terps to a No. 8 ranking in 1973, a No. 4 
ranking in 1974 and No. 5 in 1975 . . . Also saw a bit of action at 
forward as a junior and senior, when Brad Davis played the point 
. . . Also a standout in tennis; Lucas won the ACC Singles Crown 
as a junior and senior and the Doubles Tournament as a 
sophomore . . . The first pick overall in the 1976 NBA Draft by the 
Houston Rockets . . . Spent nine NBA seasons with Houston and 
Washington. 



Career Stats. 


FG Pet. 


FT Pet. 


As st. 


Reb. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Freshman 


.538 


.703 


178 


83 


425 


14.2 


Sophomore 


.511 


.753 


159 


82 


564 


20.1 


Junior 


.549 


.836 


91 


100 


469 


19.5 


Senior 


.511 


.778 


86 


109 


557 


19.9 




Gene Shue 

6-2 Forward 
1951-54 



Rewrote the Maryland record book and was the Terps' first 
high-visibility basketball star . . . Had an outstanding junior season, 
averaging 22.1 points per game and establishing a school record 
with 508 points, then earned All-American honors as a senior . . . 
Held the Maryland career scoring record longer than any other 
player— from 1954 until Tom McMillen broke it in 1974 . . . Also 
held the Maryland school record for points in a game until Al Bunge 
broke it in 1960 . . . All-American honors came from the Helms 
Foundation and Chuck Taylor's Converse All-American squad. . . 
Selected as Most Valuable Player of the 1953 Southern Conference 
Tournament . . . Set a tournament record that year when he 
scored 40 points in a semifinal loss to Wake Forest . . . Still ranks as 
Maryland's eighth all-time leading scorer . . . Had a successful 
career in the NBA and went on to spend 18 years as a coach with 
the NBA's Washington Bullets and Philadelphia 76ers. 



Career Stats. 



FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts. 



Avg. 



Sophomore 


.375 


.696 


235 


10.7 


Junior 


.469 


.700 


508 


22.1 


Senior 


.506 


.789 


654 


21.8 



Totals 



.518 



.778 



514 



374 



2015 18.3 



Totals .465 .739 1397 18.6 

Note: Assist and rebound averages were not kept when Shue began his 
Maryland career; assists were not kept until 1969, and rebounds 
were not tabulated and/or available for Shue. 




Tom McMillen 

6-11 Forward 
1971-74 



A symbol of Maryland's basketball excellence through the 
years and the first super recruit ever signed by Lefty Driesell ... A 
three-time All-ACC selection and three-time All-American . . . 
Maryland's all-time leading scorer until John Lucas broke his mark 
in 1976, and still the highest-scoring player in Maryland history for 
those with three years of eligibility . . . One of only three players in 
Terp history to average at least 20 points per game in back-to-back 
seasons . . . Still ranks fifth among all-time leading scorers, fourth 
among all-time rebounders, fourth among all-time field-goal per- 
centage leaders and fourth among all-time free-throw leaders — 
making him and Bias the only players in Maryland history to rank 
among the Top 10 in four of the five major statistical categories . . . 
A three-time Academic All-American who majored in Pre-Med . . . 
A Rhodes Scholar who delayed his NBA career one year to attend 
Oxford ... A member of former President Nixon's 15-member 
council on physical fitness and sports . . . Most Valuable Player of 
the 1972 NIT, when he led the Terps in scoring every game and to 
the NIT Championship . . . Played in the NBA for 1 1 seasons, with 
the Buffalo Braves, Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks and 
Washington Bullets . . . Elected Congressman of Maryland's 4th 
District in 1986. 



Career Stats. FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts 



Avg. 



Sophomore 


.549 


.817 


33 


306 


667 


20.8 


Junior 


.585 


.800 


28 


284 


616 


21.2 


Senior 


.530 


.762 


41 


269 


524 


19.4 




Charles (Buck) 
Williams 

6-8 Center/Forward 
1978-81 



Earned All-America honors as a junior during the 1980-81 
season, when he averaged 15.6 points, 11.7 rebounds and shot a 
school-record 64.7 percent from the floor . . . Associated Press 
All-American after earning honorable mention from the wire 
service and UPI as a sophomore . . . Ranks second to Len Elmore 
among career Maryland rebounders with 928 — and would have 
placed fifth in ACC history if those three-year totals had been 
projected for four years . . . Ranks ninth among all-time ACC 
boardsmen who had three years of action . . . Ranks as Maryland 
all-time leader in field goal percentage, shooting a phenomenal 61.5 
percent from the floor over his career . . . Led the ACC in 
rebounding as a freshman, finished third as a sophomore and 
second as a junior ... A second-team All-ACC pick twice (1980 
and 1981) ... A selection on the 1980 United States Olympic team, 
a squad that did not participate in the Moscow Olympiad but won 
four of six games against various NBA All-Star teams . . . His 
defensive performances against Virginia's Ralph Sampson are 
legendary, and a major reason why the Terps registered a 25-15 
mark against ACC opponents during his time at Maryland . . . Left 
after his junior season and applied for the NBA Draft as a hardship 
case . . . Was the third pick overall in the 1981 NBA Draft, and is 
entering his sixth season with the New Jersey Nets. 



Career Stats. 



FG Pet. FT Pet. Asst. 



Reb. 



Pts. 



Avg. 



Freshman 


.583 


.550 


18 


326 


300 


10.0 


Sophomore 


.606 


.664 


27 


242 


371 


15.5 


Junior 


.647 


.637 


31 


363 


482 


15.6 



Totals 



.555 



.799 



102 



859 



1807 20.5 



Totals 



.615 



.623 



76 



928 



1153 13.6 



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Terps in the NBA 









Adrian Branch 
Los Angeles 



Ben Coleman 

New Jersey 



Brad Davis 
Dallas 






Albert King 

New Jersey 



Buck Williams 
New Jersey 



John Lucas 
Houston 



Maryland Basketball Olympians 



The ultimate individual reward in amateur athletics is to 
represent his or her country in international competition. And with 
the right timing, talent and dedication, international competition 
can mean participation in an Olympiad. Three Maryland basketball 
players have been fortunate enough to represent the United States 
at such a level, allowing Maryland Basketball to gain representa- 
tion in three of the last four Olympiads. 

Tom McMillen — Maryland's No. 4 career scorer and corner- 
stone to the highly successful Terp teams from 1973-75, McMillen 
represented the U.S. in 1972, when Coach Henry Iba's team 
earned a Silver Medal. An Oxford Scholar who spent 10 seasons in 
the NBA, McMillen was elected Congressman of Maryland's 4th 
District in 1986. 




Steve Sheppard — Known as the "Bear" to Maryland fans for 
his ferocious play on three nationally ranked teams during the 
mid-'70s, Sheppard played for North Carolina coach Dean Smith's 
gold-medal winning 1976 Olympic squad. Sheppard helped the 
United States to a clean sweep of competition in the Montreal 
Games, and later played for the Chicago Bulls in the NBA. 

Buck Williams — Ranked second only to Len Elmore among 
all-time Maryland rebounders, Williams was a member of the 1980 
Olympic Team. That squad, along with all other U.S. teams, did 
not participate in that summer's Moscow Olympics, but won four 
of six games against various NBA All-Star teams and defeated the 
1976 gold-medal winning American team. Williams is a perennial 
All-Star with the New Jersey Nets of the NBA and was voted the 
league's Rookie of the Year after the 1981-82 season. 



67 



MARYLAND'S NBA DRAFT HISTORY 



Player 


Year 


Team 


Round 


Gene Shue 


1954 


Philadelphia 


1st 


Bob Kessler 


1956 


Fort Wayne 


2nd 


Nick Davis 


1958 


Philadelphia 


9th 


John Nacincik 


1960 


Syracuse 


3rd 


Charles McNeil 


1960 


New York 


5th 


Al Bunge 


1960 


Philadelphia 


1st 


Jerry Bechtle 


1960 


New York 


15th 


Bob McDonald 


1961 


St. Louis 


6th 


Jerry Greenspan 


1963 


Syracuse 


3rd 


Jerry Ward 


1966 


Boston 


6th 


Jay McMillen 


1967 


Los Angeles 


9th 


Barry Yates 


1971 


Philadelphia 


8th 


Jim O'Brien 


1973 


Portland 


3rd 


Bob Bodell 


1973 


Seattle 


10th 


Howard White 


1973 


Washington 


14th 


Tom McMillen 


1974 


Buffalo 


1st (9th overall) 


Len Elmore 


1974 


Washington 


1st (13th overall) 


Owen Brown 


1975 


Phoenix 


9th 


Tom Roy 


1975 


Portland 


2nd 


John Lucas 


1976 


Houston 


1st (1st overall) 


Mo Howard 


1976 


Cleveland 


2nd 


Brad Davis 


1977 


Los Angeles 


1st (15th overall) 


Steve Sheppard 


1977 


Chicago 


2nd 


Lawrence Boston 


1978 


Washington 


4th 


Larry Gibson 


1979 


Milwaukee 


3rd 


Buck Williams 


1981 


New Jersey 


1st (3rd overall) 


Albert King 


1981 


New Jersey 


1st (10th overall) 


Ernest Graham 


1981 


Philadelphia 


2nd 


Greg Manning 


1981 


Denver 


7th 


Charles Pittman 


1982 


Phoenix 


3rd 


Ben Coleman 


1984 


Chicago 


2nd 


Herman Veal 


1984 


Phoenix 


6th 


Mark Fothergill 


1984 


Phoenix 


8th 


Adrian Branch 


1985 


Chicago 


2nd 


Jeff Adkins 


1985 


Chicago 


7th 


Len Bias 


1986 


Boston 


1st (2nd overall) 


Breakdown: 








Total picks — 36 








First-round picks — 9 








Second-round picks — 6 








Teams with most Maryland picks - 


— Philadelphia 5, 
Phoenix and 
Chicago 4 






1952-69 — 11 








1969-86 — 25 









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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 — Jay 

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

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 

1973-74 

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 UPI 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 




Hill Hetzel 



Maurice Howard 



Greg Manning 



69 



TERRAPIN AWARD WINNERS 



1975-76 

Best Free Throw Shooter — James Tillman 

Best Defensive Player — Maurice "Mo" Howard 

Chris Patton Outstanding Rebounder — Lawrence Boston 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — John Lucas 

First Team UPI and AP Ail-American — John Lucas 

Owen Brown Most Valuable Player — Maurice "Mo" Howard 

First Team AII-ACC — John Lucas 

Total Performance for Overall Excellence and Consistency 

— Steve Sheppard 
Most Assists — Brad Davis 
AII-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 — John Pavlos 

(Manager) 
Outstanding Academic — Eric Shrader 
Most Assists — Brad Davis 

Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior — Steve Sheppard 
Overall Performance — Larry Gibson 




Charles McNeil Jerry Greenspan Steve Sheppard 



1977-78 

All-ACC Tournament — Lawrence Boston, Larry Gibson (2nd 

Team) 
Best Free Throw Shooter — Jo Jo Hunter 
Outstanding Academic — Eric Shrader 
Overall Performance — Larry Gibson 
Most Assists — Greg Manning 
Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Lawrence 

Boston 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Lawrence Boston 
Chris Patton Best Rebounder — Larry Gibson 
Owen Brown Most Outstanding Senior — Lawrence 

Boston 

1978-79 

All-ACC — Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 

All-ACC Tournament — Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 

ACC Rookie-of-the-Year — Buck Williams 

Honorable Mention 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 — 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 
All-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 All-ACC First Team — Greg Manning 
ACC Coach of the Year — Charles G. Driesell 
District III Coach of the Year — Charles G. Driesell 
1979 Maryland Invitational Tournament M.V.P. — Albert 

King 
U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-Districts First 

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

Team — Dutch Morley 
Owen Brown Most Valuable Player — 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 All-American — Albert King 

United Press International All-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 
All-ACC Second Team — Albert King and Buck Williams 
All-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 Manning, 

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 — Ernest Graham 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Greg Manning 
Most Improved Player — Steve Rivers 
Chris Patton Rebounding — Buck Williams 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Buck Williams 
Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution — 

Charles Pittman 
Outstanding Academic — Greg Manning 
Owen Brown MVP — Albert King and Buck Williams 
Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Albert King 



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TERRAPIN AWARD WINNERS 



1981-82 

Most Assists — Dutch Morley 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Dutch Morley 

Most Improved Player — Charles Pittman 

Chris Patton Rebounding — Herman Veal 

Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution — 
Herman Veal 

Outstanding Academic — Jeff Adkins 

Owen Brown MVP — Adrian Branch 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Jeff Adkins 

Alvin C. Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution — Dutch 
Morley 

Basketball Weekly 1982 Freshman All-American (2nd Team) 
— Adrian Branch 

Basketball Weekly 1982 Freshman All-American (Honor- 
able Mention) — Jeff Adkins 





Barry Yates 



Jim O'Brien 



1982-83 

Most Assists — Jeff Adkins 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Pete Holbert 

Most Improved Player — Len Bias 

Chris Patton Rebounding — Ben Coleman 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Herman Veal 

Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution — 

Herman Veal 
Outstanding Academic — Chuck Driesell 
Owen Brown MVP — Adrian Branch and Ben Coleman 
Outstanding Play in the NCAA Playoffs — Adrian Branch 
Chevrolet Scholarship — Adrian Branch — Maryland vs 

Houston, NCAA Playoffs and Ben Coleman — Maryland vs 

Notre Dame 
All-ACC Second Team — Adrian Branch and Ben Coleman 

1983-84 

Most Assists — Keith Gatlin 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting Pete Holbert 

Most Improved Player — Terry Long 

Chris Patton Rebounding — Ben Coleman 

Outstanding Defensive Player — Herman Veal 

Competitive Spirit and Most Unselfish Contribution — 

Herman Veal 
Outstanding Academic — Jeff Adkins 
Owen Brown Most Valuable Player — Ben Coleman 
Outstanding Play in the NCAA Playoffs — Len Bias 
Chevrolet Scholarship $1,000 Award for the "Most Valuable 

Player" in games: 

Jeff Adkins vs Boston College — 12-24-83 

Herman Veal vs Notre Dame — 1-28-84 

Keith Gatlin vs North Carolina — 2-19-84 

Adrian Branch vs Virginia — 3-4-84 

1984-85 

Most Assists — Keith Gatlin 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Keith Gatlin 

Chris Patton Rebounding — Len Bias 



Chairman of the Boards — Player with most Rebounds - 

Len Bias 
Outstanding Academic Chuck Driesell 
Owen Brown Most Valuable Player — Len Bias 
ACC "Player of the Year" — Len Bias 
District 3B "Player of Year" — Len Bias 
Associated Press All-American - 2nd Team — Len Bias 
Basketball Weekly All-American - 2nd Team — Len Bias 
National Association of Basketball Coaches All-American 

-3rd Team — Len Bias 
Outstanding Play in NCAA Games — Len Bias 
First Team all ACC — Len Bias 

Most Improved Players — Jeff Baxter and Tom Jones 
Most Charges — Len Bias 
Highest Offensive Efficiency Rating — Len Bias 

1985-86 

Most Assists — Keith Gatlin 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Len Bias 

Chris Patton Rebounding — Derrick Lewis (offensive), Len Bias 

(defensive) 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Derrick Lewis 
Competitive Spirit and Unselfish Contribution — Speedy 

Jones 
Owen Brown Most Valuable Player — Len Bias 
Outstanding Academics — Derrick Lewis 
NABC First-Team All-America — Len Bias 
Associated Press First-Team All-America — Len Bias 
NBWA First-Team All-America — Len Bias 
UPI First-Team All-America — Len Bias 
Naismith First-Team All-America Len Bias 
ACC "Player of the Year" Len Bias 
District III-B Player of the Year — Len Bias 
Most Improved — Jeff Baxter 

1986-87 

Most Assists — Teyon McCoy 

Outstanding Free Throw Shooting — Mark Karver 

Rebounding Award — Derrick Lewis 

Most Improved Player — Dave Dickerson 

Most Valuable Player — Derrick Lewis 

Newcomer of the Year — Steve Hood 

Mr. Hustle — Greg Nared 

Outstanding Academic — Teyon McCoy 




Owen Brown 



Brad Davis 



Billy Hahn 



Greg Manning pulled an ACC first during the 1979-80 
season when he became the first player in conference 
history to lead the league in free throw percentage (90.8) 
and field goal percentage (64.3) in the same year. 



71 



Year~by-Year Leaders Since 1950 



Scoring 



Season 


Player 


Points 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404 


1551-52 


Lee Brawley 


265 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


328 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


401 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


399 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347 


1961-62 


Bob McDonald 


301 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


356 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


467 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 

Rebounding 


510 


1950-51 


No Records Kept 


— 


1951-52 


No Records Kept 


— 


1952-53 


No Records Kept 


— 


1953-54 


Bob Kessler 


250 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


263 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


195 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


195 


1967-68 


Rich Dreschler 


202 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


228 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


323 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


363 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


213 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


224 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


248 




72 



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 ag North Carolina in ACC Tournament final, 1958 (52 

attempts) 
FEWEST FREE THROWS: ag Wake Forest, Feb. 1973, in Winston-Salem 
MOST FREE THROWS BY OPPONENT: 40 by Clemson, Jan. 1968 (53 

attempts) 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 57 ag North Carolina, Jan. 1953, (made 36) 
FEWEST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS: 1 ag North Carolina, Feb. 1979 in Chapel 

Hill, N.C, 1 ag Wake Forest, Feb. 1973 (a technical) in Winston-Salem, N.C. 
MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT: 51 by North Carolina, 

Jan. 1964 
MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 99 ag Canisius, Dec. 1978 (55-99) 
FEWEST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 18ag South Carolina, Jan. 1971 (made 15) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 74 ag Penn State, Dec. 1964 
MOST FOULS: 44 ag William & Mary, Feb. 1952 
MOST FOULS BY OPPONENT: 37 by North Carolina, Jan. 1953 
FEWEST FOULS: 7 ag Buffalo, Jan. 1972 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: (at least 10 attempts); .966 ag Duke, Feb. 

1976 (28 of 29), Note, 1.000 ag Duke, Feb. 1979 (6 of 6) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .833 ag South Carolina, Jan. 1971 (15-18) 
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: 66 ag UMES, Feb. 27,1987 (117-51) 
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 POINTS IN A ROAD GAME: 41 by Len Bias vs. Duke, Jan. 1986 (14 

FG-13 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 BLOCKED SHOTS: 12 by Derrick Lewis ag James Madison, Jan. 28, 1987 
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 Washington & 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 ag Miami 

(Fla.), Dec. 1970; 10 by Keith Gatlin ag Clemson, Feb. 17, 1985 
BEST FREE THROW PCT.: 1.000 (ONLY 10 or more listed) 

Jerry Greenspan ag Minnesota 1961 14-14 

Len Bias vs. North Carolina, Feb. 1986 13-13 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 13-13 

Bill Stasiulatis ag Wake Forest 1961 12-12 

Lee Brawley ag North Carolina 1951 12-12 

Bob Kessler ag George Washington 1956 12-12 

Jerry Bechtle ag North Carolina 1960 10-10 

Tom Milroy ag Penn State 1968 10-10 

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

Buck Williams ag Canisius, Dec, 1978 8-8 

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

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

Ben Coleman ag Duquesne, Dec. 1983 8-8 

Ben Coleman ag Wake Forest, Feb. 1984 8-8 

Derrick Lewis vs. N.C. State, Feb. 1986 7-7 

Charles Pittman ag Lafayette, Nov. 1981 7-7 

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

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

Speedy Jones vs. Randolph Macon, Jan. 1986 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) 

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: 2,404 in 1984-85 (37 games) 
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: 639 in 37 games, 1984-85 
FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS: 378 in 1966-67 
LARGEST ATTENDANCE: 398,036 in 31 games, 1980-81 
LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 240,254 (19 games) 1976-77 
LARGEST AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 13,427 for 14 games in 1974-75 
BEST START IN A SEASON: 11 consecutive wins (1975-76) 

Season — Records Individual 

MOST POINTS: 743 by Len Bias, 1985 86 (32 games) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 275 by Albert King, 1979-80 (31 games) 

MOST FREE THROWS: 209 by Leb Bias, 1985-86 (32 games) 

MOST REBOUNDS: 412 by Len Elmore, 1973-74 (28 games) 

BEST FIELD GOAL PCT.: .647 by Buck Williams (183-283), 1980-81 

BEST FREE THROW PCT.: .908 by Greg Manning, 1979-80 (31 games, 79 of 87) 

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

23.2 by Len Bias, 1985-86 (32 games, 743 points) 
BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE: 14.7 by Len Elmore, 1973- 7/1 (28 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 32 by Len Bias, 1985-86 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 15 by Greg Manning (over 2 

games) Maryland and ACC record, 1980-81 

Career Records 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 2149 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

BEST SCORING AVERAGE: 20.5 by Tom McMillen in 1971-74 (88 games 1,807 

points) 
MOST FIELD GOALS: 862 by Albert King (1977-81) 

MOST FREE THROWS: 470 by Len Bias, 1982-86 (131 games, 591 attempts) 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .615 by Buck Williams (446-725) (3 

seasons, 1978-1981); .583 by Greg Manning (623-1028) (4 seasons, 1977-81) 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: .858 by Greg Manning (315-367) (1977-81) 
MOST REBOUNDS: 1,053 by Len Elmore, 1971-74 (86 games) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE: 32 by Bob O'Brien in 1955-56 

(last 5 in opening game of 1956 season); 32 by Len Bias, 1985-86 
MOST VARSITY GAMES PLAYED IN: 131 by Len Bias, (1982-86) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN (VARSITY): 109 by Ernest 

Graham (1977-81) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 15 by Greg Manning (over 2 games) 

Maryland and ACC Record 
CAREER GAMES STARTED: 113 by Len Bias, (1982-86) 



All-Time Team Records 

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS AGAINST NON-ACC OPPONENTS: 

(1970-73) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 14 over 1971-72 and 1972-73 seasons 
MOST CONSECUTIVE 20 VICTORY SEASONS: 5 (1971-72 to 1975-76) 



31 



All-time leading rebounder Len Elmore is the only Terp to 
grab more than 1,000 rebounds in his career. With 1,053 
from 1972-74, Elmore ranks 11th on the all-time ACC 
list — and sixth among conference players who had three 
years of eligibility. 



73 



COLE FIELD HOUSE 




A new era in Maryland Athletics began on Dec. 2, 1955, when the University of Maryland Activities Building was 
officially dedicated with a ceremony and basketball game vs. Virginia. It marked the third time in 32 years a new 
gym had been built to handle the increasing popularity of basketball. The building had a permanent seating capacity 
of 12,004 (plus 396 temporary seats), making it at the time of dedication second in size among arenas on the East 
Coast (to New York's Madison Square Garden). 

Maryland's previous home courts included the Old Ritchie Coliseum (the recently demolished Annapolis Hall), 
and the 5,000-seat Ritchie Coliseum. Old Ritchie was built in 1923; eight years later, the new Ritchie was opened 
adjacent to the old Byrd Stadium along Route 1 . As with the opening game at Ritchie, Maryland emerged from their 
first game in the Activities Building victorious — a 67-55 victory over the Cavaliers. 

At the dedication ceremonies, Judge William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman of the Board or Regents, handed over the 
keys of the building to University President Wilson Elkins, who passed them to the Student Government President. 
The building was originally dedicated for the use of the student body but a year later was re-dedicated in honor of 
Cole, who served on the Board of Regents for 25 years. 

Cole Field House was erected at the cost of $3.3 million and financed with funds from a self-liquidating bond issue 
and a special student activity fee. It now houses the main athletic department offices and all but four intercollegiate 
teams. Cole has served as the site of two NCAA Basketball Finals ( 1966 and 1970) and six Eastern Regionals of the 
Tournament. Other events held in Cole include the NCAA Wrestling Championships in 1960, 1972, 1978 and 1987, 
the CYO-M Club Invitation Track Meet, featuring national and international stars in basketball, gymnastics, table 
tennis and volleyball. 

Maryland has a 318-112 record in 33 seasons at Cole, a winning percentage of .739. 




iiLi run 







A History of Maryland Basketball 



Some 23 years after Dr. James A. 
Naismith introduced the sport of basketball 
to an assemblance of restless physical edu- 
cation students in Springfield, Massachu- 
setts, the game made its first rounds within 
the College Park academic region. The year 
was 1905. Positive response to the activity 
was, in a word, short-lived, as a group of 
Maryland Agricultural College "companies" 
engaged in an informal, roughhousefilled 
facsimile of the game as we know it today. 
However primitive — popular teams often 
enjoyed flagrant advantages, and severe 
physical contact usually went unpenalized — 
those scrimmages are considered the first 
in on-campus basketball competition. 

But it wasn't until 1912, when the MAC 
Athletic Council hired Curley Byrd, future 
President of the University of Maryland, 
that the sport assumed a legitimate pres- 
ence. Behind Byrd and Burt Shipley, who 
had captained a 1910- 1 1 squad that periodi- 
cally faced other institutions in a Sunday 
School gymnasium, the sport began to take 
initial shape. Byrd led MAC to a 6-5 record 
during the winter of 1913, with "stars" 
William (Country) Morris and Shipley 
leading the squad. 

Battling limited financial support, a 
damaging fire to their facility and lack of 
adequate equipment, Byrd and Shipley 
pushed on. In 1921, after several sporadic 
attempts to field an annual roster, the 
Atlanta Athletic Club formed the Southern 
Conference. A year earlier, the MAC had 
been merged with the professional school 
complex in Baltimore under a single board 
of regents, and the necessary funds had 
become available for intercollegiate compe- 
tition. In June, 1922, plans to construct a 
gynmasium were announced, and basket- 
ball became a permanent fixture in College 
Park in 1923. 

Sixty-four years later, Maryland Basket- 
ball can look back at its participants with 



immense pride: Former Maryland Governor 
Harry Hughes, a member of the 1946 
squad; Bob James, former commissioner of 
the Atlantic Coast Conference and a two- 
year letterman (1942-43); Rhodes Scholar 
Tom McMillen, an All-American who spent 
1 1 years in the NBA before his election last 
fall to the U.S. House of Representatives 
(4th District); and Len Elmore, another All- 
American who became the first NBA player 
ever to enroll in the Harvard Law School, 
are to name just a few. Dozens of coaches, 
administrators and professional players have 
emerged, providing the University of Mary- 
land status as one of college basketball's 
top programs. 

Byrd (administrative duties) and Shipley 
(coaching) will forever be recognized as the 
pioneers. Annapolis Hall, then Ritchie 
Gymnasium, was the team's first permanent 
home; Maryland won its official debut in the 
building, defeating George Washington 
University 41-22 on January 12, 1924. 
Shipley, Maryland's first mentor, would 
coach the Terps until 1947, leading them to 
nine winning seasons during the '30s before 
World War II usurped the nation of its top 
young athletes. 

The highlight of Shipley's tenure occurred 
in 1931. Maryland, which had joined the 
Southern Conference in 1923, rolled to the 
league tournament championship with vic- 
tories over LSU, North Carolina, Georgia 
and Kentucky. Led by Louis "Bosey" 
Berger, the school's first basketball All- 
America and later a major league baseball 
player, the Terps had brought a major 
conference title north of North Carolina for 
the first time. 

Shipley enjoyed just one winning season 
during the '40s (14-10 in 1946-47) before 
turning the program over to Alfred L. 
"Flucie" Stewart, who coached the Terps 
for only three seasons before handing the 
job over to Herman A. "Bud" Millikan in 




U.S. Congressman/Rhodes Scholar Tom 
McMillen (54) and Harvard Law School stu- 
dent Len Elmore are among the finest products 
of the Maryland basketball program. 



May, 1950. A student of the game and pupil 
of longtime basketball mentor Henry Iba at 
Oklahoma A&M, where he had achieved 
All-America status, Millikan inherited a 
Maryland team that had gone 7-18 in 1949- 
50 and led it to a 16-11 record. Two more 
winning seasons followed, and in 1953, 
Maryland became a charter member of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Led by a sharpshooting guard named 
Gene Shue, Millikan's Terps went 23-7 in 
that initial ACC season and achieved their 
first-ever national ranking, finishing 20th. 
Shue, a Baltimore product whom the coach 



75 



had never seen play, led the first Terp 
squad comprised entirely of Millikan 
recruits, a group that included Bob Kessler, 
John Sandbower, Ralph Greco, Tom Young 
and Ronnie Brooks. In becoming an All- 
American and Maryland's high-visibility 
basketball star, Shue scored 1 ,397 points in 
three seasons, a school record that stood 
until McMillen surpassed the total 20 years 
later. After a 10-year NBA career that 
included two All-Pro selections, Shue 
enjoyed a successful NBA coaching career 
in Baltimore, Philadelphia, San Diego, 
Washington, and Los Angeles Clippers. 

Millikan followed up the national ranking 
with four straight winning seasons. His 
Terps achieved the pinnacle of success in 
1957-58, when they captured the school's 
first ACC Tournament Championship with 
victories over Virginia, Duke and North 
Carolina. Advancing to the NCAA Tour- 
nament, the Terps defeated Boston College 
in the first round of the East Regional, then 
lost to powerful Temple in the Regional 
semifinals. Maryland rebounded to defeat 
Manhattan in the consolation game, cap- 
ping their best season to date (22-7) with a 
No. 6 ranking in the final national poll. 
Members of one of Maryland's finest teams 
ever included Al Bunge, Charles McNeil, 
Nick Davis and John Nacincik, all of whom 
were later NBA draft picks. 

An inconsistent stretch ensued. Millikan's 
Terps fell to 10-13 in 1958-59, rebounded for 
a pair of winning seasons, then suffered 
through three straight losing campaigns 
before going 18-8 in 1964-65. Millikan got 
one more winning season ( 14- 1 1 in 1965-66) 
before stepping down after the 1966-67 
season. Frank Fellows, a member of Mil- 
likan's first team at Maryland, succeeded 
him, but lasted only two seasons, as athletic 
director Jim Kehoe oversaw a transfusion 
to the program and hired Charles "Lefty" 
Driesell in the spring of 1969. 




Terp coach Bud Millikan (with ball) won 241 games in 17 seasons at Maryland and 
captured the first ACC Tournament Championship in 1958. Here, he poses with his 
1 966-67 starring lineup, including Joe Harrington (3rd from left), the current Long Beach 
State coach, and current Ohio State mentor Gary Williams (far-right). 



Flamboyant and outspoken, Driesell had 
led Davidson College to six 20-victory 
seasons and four Top 10 rankings since 
1960. And in rebuilding the Terps through a 
pair of mediocre seasons amid intense 
fanfare, an unparalleled brand of enthu- 
siasm swarmed Maryland Basketball. In 
1972, Driesell's Terps flourished, going 27-5 
with McMillen and Elmore and capturing 
the National Invitational Tournament 
championship. Crowds of 3,000 became 
sellouts in the 14,500-seat Cole Field House 
as Driesell established Maryland as a 
national power. An era had been conceived. 

The 1972 NIT crown ignited a 15-year 
period of excellence. Driesell led Maryland 
to 321 victories (23.0 wins per season) 10 
seasons of at least 20 victories and eight 
NCAA Tournament appearances. Six Ail- 
Americans emerged from 1972 to 1986: 



McMillen, Elmore, John Lucas, Buck 
Williams, Albert King and Len Bias. The 
Terps finished in the Associated Press Top 
20 eight times during the era, won an ACC 
Tournament Championship in 1984 and 
advanced to the league finals six times. In 
college basketball's toughest conference, 
the Maryland basketball program had 
established itself as a prominent, consistent 
force. 

The beginning of a new era marked the 
1986-87 season. The task of expanding 
upon the rich tradition of Maryland Basket- 
ball falls to Bob Wade, whose success at 
Baltimore-Dunbar High School is matched 
by few. Undoubtedly, the tradition will con- 
tinue to grow. 



Season 



A Tradition of Success 



1969-70 


13 wins 


1970-71 


14 wins 


1971-72 


27 wins 


1972-73 


23 wins 


1973-74 


23 wins 


1974-75 


24 wins 


1975-76 


22 wins 


1976-77 


19 wins 


1977-78 


15 wins 


1978-79 


19 wins 


1979-80 


24 wins 


1980-81 


21 wins 


1981-82 


16 wins 


1982-83 


20 wins 


1983-84 


24 wins 


1984-85 


25 wins 


1985-86 


19 wins 


1986-87 





Will Hetzel's Shot at Buzzer Beats Duke 52-50 
Beat #2 South Carolina 

*NIT Champs— Beat Niagara 100-69, ACC Finals 

NCAA Tournament— Final 8, ACC Finals 

NIT Invitation— ACC Finals 

NCAA Tournament — Final 8 — Only Team to Score 

100 points in Cameron Indoor Stadium, Beat Duke 104-80, Beat N. Carolina 96-74 for Worst 
Defeat Ever in Carmichael Auditorium 

NIT Invitation 

NIT Invitation — Maryland Invitational Champs — Won 3 of 4 games on "Tobacco Road" 

Maryland Invitational Champs — Tip-off Tournament Champs 

NIT Tournament— Beat #1 Notre Dame, Beat Duke, Beat #4 N.C. State 

NCAA Tournament — Final 16 — ACC Finals 

NCAA Tournament — Final 16 — ACC finals 

NIT Tournament — Beat #1 Virginia in OT 

NCAA Tournament — Beat National Champs — N.C. State Twice, Beat #2 North Carolina, 

Beat #3 UCLA 

*ACC Champs— NCAA Tournament— Final 16 

NCAA Tournament— Final 16— Beat #2 Duke 

NCAA Tournament — Beat #1 North Carolina Twice 
Bob Wade Won His First Played Game Over Winthrop 



Final Season 
Ranking 



11th 
8th 
4th 
5th 



11th 



8th 
18th 



10th 
18th 



76 



ALL-TIME SCORES 




H. BURTON SHIPLEY 
24 Seasons: 1923-24 to 1946-47 
Record: 243 199 
Conference: 124 91 

0-2 1904-05 

Capt.— Samuel P. Thomas 
Washington Y M.C A 
Carroll Institute 

No Scores Available 

No Teams for 1905 06 through 1909-10 

3-9 1910-11 



Capt 


-Burl Shipley 






Maryland 






7 


New York University 


25 


H 


30 


Gallaudet 


56 


A 


24 


Staunton Militaty Academy 


58 


A 


17 


Washington & Lee 


46 


A 


17 


Virginia Military Institute 


14 


A 


24 


Washington & Lee 


29 


H 


14 


Delaware 


23 


A 


27 


Gallaudet 


54 


H 


25 


Georgetown 


31 


A 


22 


Mt St Joseph 


20 


H 


35 


Catholic 


30 


H 


19 


Penn Military Academy 


50 


A 



No Team for 1911 through 1912 13 

Capt —Burt Shipley 

Mt. St. Joseph H 

Gallaudet A 

Catholic A 

Mt. St. Joseph A 

Gallaudet A 

St John's College A 

Loyola College A 

Georgetown A 

Catholic H 

Washington & Lee A 

Virginia Military Institute A 

St. John's College A 

George Washington H 

Gallaudet H 

Baltimore City H 

Penn State College A 

Delaware College A 

No Scores Available 

No Teams 191415 through 1916 17 

AH Games in 1918-19 were Awav 

Won 1 Lost 5 1918-19 



Maryland 




27 Gallaudet 


26 


7 Catholic University 


25 


11 George Washington 


25 


9 Gallaudet 


33 


12 Catholic University 


14 


20 George Washington 


53 



No Teams lor 1919-20 through 1922 23 



5-7 1-2 1923-24 

Maryland 



41 
42 


George Washington 
Gallaudet 


22 
28 


13 


Catholic 


30 


20 


North Carolina 


26 


13 
24 


Virginia 
Richmond 


26 
22 


14 


Catholic 


20 


19 
22 


George Washington 
Washington & Lee 


20 
21 


12 


VMI 


21 


34 


•VMI 


19 


25 


"Georgia 

"S.C Tournament 


29 



12-5 3-1 1924-25 

Maryland 



24 


Virginia 


24 


Columbia 


21 


Stevens Institute 


16 


Navy 


30 


Lafayette 


18 


Catholic 


21 


Stevens Institute 



18 


H 


23 


A 


17 


A 


23 


A 


15 


H 


14 


A 


17 


H 



16 


North Carolina 


21 


II 


25 


Gallaudet 


14 


H 


16 


Washington College 


27 


H 


24 


Princeton 


38 


A 


22 


CCNY 


16 


H 


38 


South Carolina 


22 


H 


36 


Virginia 


25 


A 


27 


Catholic 


17 


H 


27 


"Alabama 


21 




16 


"NC Slate 

"S C Tournament 


30 





14-3 7-1 1925-26 

Maryland 



40 


Washington & Lee 


27 


H 


21 


Navy 


12 


A 


30 


Richmond 


14 


H 


30 


VMI 


21 


A 


33 


Washington & Lee 


20 


A 


19 


VPI 


17 


A 


40 


Gallaudet 


13 


H 


30 


Washington College 


26 


H 


24 


Stevens Institute 


27 


H 


30 


VPI 


14 


H 


28 


Virginia 


34 


A 


23 


North Carolina 


22 


H 


25 


West Virginia 


15 


H 


41 


Duke 


20 


H 


30 


Virginia 


21 


H 


32 


Princeton 


26 


H 



19 Mississippi Aggies 22 

10-10 6-4 1926-27 



vlary 


and 






16 


American 


21 


A 


44 


Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


25 


Michigan 


39 


A 


17 


Virginia 


22 


A 


30 


Navy 


32 


A 


18 


Washington College 


22 


H 


34 


Georgia 


33 


H 


39 


Gallaudet 


26 


H 


27 


Stevens Institute 


18 


H 


28 


North Carolina 


23 


H 


23 


North Carolina 


32 


H 


26 


Pennsylvania 


21 


A 


32 


Washington & Lee 


34 


A 


32 


VMI 


15 


A 


29 


Virginia 


28 


H 


23 


NC State 


38 


A 


16 


Washington College 


21 


A 


32 


Western Maryland 


25 


H 


23 


North Carolina 


19 


A 



22 'Georgia 2 

*S C Tournament 

14-4 8-1 1927-28 

Maryland 



38 


Washington & Lee 


24 


H 


29 


VPI 


20 


A 


31 


Washington & Lee 


28 


A 


23 


VMI 


9 


A 


45 


Gallaudet 


20 


H 


37 


Kentucky 


7 


H 


20 


Johns Hopkins 


22 


A 


25 


St. Johns College 


22 


H 


26 


Virginia 


20 


H 


31 


Stevens Institute 


24 


H 


26 


Navy 


35 


A 


26 


Pennsylvania 


30 


A 


36 


NC. State 


24 


H 


12 


Virginia 


34 


A 


22 


Washington College 


20 


H 


23 


Johns Hopkins 


19 


H 


30 


VPI 


10 


H 


30 


Western Maryland 


29 


II 


7-9 


2-5 1928-29 






Maryland 






30 


William & Mary 


20 


H 


18 


Pennsylvania 


30 


A 


20 


Randolph Macon 


33 


H 


30 


Virginia 


22 


A 


20 


Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 


20 


St Johns 


18 


H 


22 


Virginia 


25 


H 


22 


Washington & Lee 


47 


H 


29 


VPI 


39 


A 


18 


Washington & Lee 


42 


A 


30 


VMI 


27 


A 


22 


Nort h Carolina 


28 


H 


30 


Navy 


27 


A 


32 


Western Maryland 


17 


H 


19 


Johns Hopkins 


18 


A 


35 


"Mississippi 

"S C Tournament 


37 




16-6 9-5 1929-30 


Maryland 






27 


William & Mary 


23 


H 


27 


Duke 


28 


II 


37 


Catholic 


30 


H 


54 


Virginia 


20 


H 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


H 


43 


Navy 


39 


A 


41 


VPI 


29 


H 



NC State 

Washington & Lee 

Western Maryland 

North Carolina 

VPI 

VMI 

Washington & Lee 

Virginia 

N C State 

North Carolina 

Duke 

Johns Hopkins 

VMI 

St Johns 



28 


II 


29 


H 


17 


H 


24 


H 


23 


A 


25 


A 


36 


A 


29 


H 


19 


A 


19 


A 


39 


A 


24 


A 


21 


H 


25 


H 



21 'Kentucky 

*S C Tournament 

18-4 8-1 1930-31 



Maryland 
38 Gallaudet 
VMI 

Washington & Lee 
Duke 
Loyola 

Johns Hopkins 
VMI 
VPI 

Virginia 

Washington & Lee 
Catholic 
North Carolina 
Washington College 
Virginia 

Western Maryland 
St Johns 
Navy 
Johns Hopkins 



38 
36 
32 
30 
33 
44 
33 
31 
28 
24 
33 
32 
34 
45 
32 
33 
31 



27 H 

18 A 

21 A 

24 H 

33 H 
20 A 

20 H 

16 H 

34 A 

17 H 

21 A 
31 H 
33 H 



'LSU 

•North Carolina 
"Georgia 
"Kentucky 
*S C Tournament 
(Champions) 



21 
35 
27 
36 
22 

33 
17 
25 

27 



16-4 8-2 1931-32 



Maryland 
30 Wisconsin 
Loyola 

Washington & Lee 
VMI 
Navy 
Virginia 

Johns Hopkins 
VMI 
VPI 

Catholic 
North Carolina 
Washington College 
Western Maryland 
Virginia 

Washington & Lee 
St Johns 
North Carolina 
Duke 

Johns Hopkins 
"Florida 
*S.C. Tournament 

11-9 7-3 1932-33 

Maryland 

13 Wisconsin 

VPI 

Duke 

VMI 

Washington & Lee 
Johns Hopkins 
VPI 

Catholic 
Navy 
Virginia 

North Carolina 
Georgia 

Washington College 
Virginia 

Washington & Lee 
VMI 

St Johns 
Western Maryland 
Johns Hopkins 



27 
42 
43 
26 
36 
33 
38 
51 
39 
26 
36 
35 
46 
49 
24 
26 
20 
38 
24 



40 
30 
29 
40 
27 
37 
27 
21 
19 
42 
36 
35 
37 
46 
45 
34 
37 
35 



43 
37 



28 "South Carolina I 

*S C Tournament 

11-8 6-1 1933-34 



29 


Michigan 


17 


Indiana 


24 


West Virginia 


37 


Duke 


29 


VPI 


34 


VPI 


32 


Johns Hopkins 


43 


Virginia 


24 


North Carolina 


33 


Catholic 


27 


Navy 


28 


Virginia 


33 


Richmond 



38 A 

28 A 

15 H 

31 A 
26 A 
20 H 

16 H 
34 H 
25 H 
16 H 
15 H 

18 H 

19 H 

20 H 

32 A 
18 A 
24 H 
39 



28 H 
30 A 



21 H 
29 A 



29 H 

40 H 

27 H 

28 H 

28 H 

29 H 
22 H 
32 H 



25 


H 


30 


H 


26 


A 


33 


H 


24 


A 


32 


H 


37 


A 


20 


A 


28 


H 


25 


H 


46 


A 


25 


H 



49 


Western Maryland 


33 


H 


36 


VMI 


27 


H 


32 


St Johns 


37 


H 


44 


Washington College 


33 


H 


32 


Johns Hopkins 


19 


H 


37 


"Washington & Lee 
*SC Tournament 


45 





8-10 4-5 1934-35 

Maryland 



25 


Indiana 


30 


H 


50 


Ohio State 


41 


H 


29 


West Virginia 


39 


H 


35 


South Carolina 


21 


H 


39 


VMI 


24 


H 


39 


Duke 


48 


H 


43 


Washington College 


27 


H 


31 


North Carolina 


39 


H 


36 


Navy 


43 


A 


44 


Virginia 


24 


H 


26 


Richmond 


56 


H 


29 


Catholic 


45 


A 


29 


Washington & Lee 


33 


H 


33 


Virginia 


32 


A 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


35 


A 


17 


St Johns 


24 


H 


52 


Johns Hopkins 


25 


H 


.'■1 


Georgetown 


25 


H 


14-6 3-3 1935-36 


Mary 


and 






44 


VMI 


29 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 


30 


A 


53 


VMI 


32 


A 


32 


Navy 


20 


A 


28 


Richmond 


24 


H 


55 


Baltimore 


33 


H 


46 


Washington College 


34 


H 


32 


North Carolina 


44 


H 


41 


William & Mary 


39 


H 


38 


Duke 


34 


H 


40 


Virginia 


34 


H 


26 


West Virginia 


51 


A 


54 


Washington & Lee 


55 


H 


40 


St. Johns 


28 


H 


29 


Catholic 


40 


H 


56 


Washington College 


30 


A 


45 


Johns Hopkins 


40 


H 


47 


Georgetown 


39 


A 


47 


"Duke 


35 




32 


"Washington & Lee 
"S C Tournament 


38 




9-11 4-8 1936-37 


Mary 


and 






40 


Richmond 


51 


A 


54 


Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 


51 


A 


48 


VMI 


28 


A 


48 


Western Maryland 


36 


H 


31 


Duke 


34 


A 


41 


Washington College 


20 


H 


37 


Virginia 


23 


H 


33 


NC State 


35 


A 


24 


North Carolina 


41 


A 


30 


Duke 


34 


A 


37 


Navy 


53 


A 


35 


North Carolina 


44 


H 


41 


William & Mary 


29 


H 


45 


VMI 


28 


H 


35 


Washington & Lee 


41 


H 


27 


Georgetown 


39 


H 


37 


St Johns 


39 


A 


41 


NC. State 


35 


H 



35 'NC State 

'S.C. Tournament 

15-9 7-4 1937-38 

Maryland 



26 


Richmond 


31 


H 


26 


Michigan 


33 


H 


50 


Baltimore 


32 


A 


43 


Randolph Macon 


27 


H 


29 


Washington & Lee 


31 


A 


42 


VMI 


27 


A 


39 


Georgetown 


57 


A 


40 


Duke 


35 


H 


24 


North Carolina 


43 


A 


34 


Duke 


44 


A 


42 


VPI 


35 


H 


34 


Navy 


37 


A 


27 


NYU 


42 


H 


36 


Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


45 


William & Mary 


38 


H 


43 


VMI 


33 


H 


49 


Catholic 


33 


H 


43 


Washington College 


42 


A 


39 


Virginia 


23 


A 


57 


Dickinson 


27 


H 


56 


Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 


38 


St Johns 


29 


H 


45 


"Citadel 


43 




32 


"Duke 

"S C Tournament 


35 





77 



15-9 8-3 1938-39 



Mary 


and 






34 


Richmond 


41 


A 


45 


Ctemson 


35 


H 


44 


Davidson 


27 


H 


24 


Pennsylvania 


36 


A 


25 


Army 


45 


A 


37 


Navy 


47 


A 


37 


Duke 


34 


H 


34 


North Carolina 


32 


H 


34 


Hampden Sydney 


25 


H 


31 


Virginia 


21 


H 


60 


Duke 


44 


A 


66 


North Carolina 


41 


A 


40 


NC State 


46 


A 


25 


Georgetown 


39 


H 


39 


Washington & Lee 


37 


H 


49 


William & Mary 


57 


H 


48 


St Johns 


20 


A 


53 


VMI 


35 


H 


40 


Catholic 


38 


A 


24 


George Washington 


37 


A 


47 


Washington College 


37 


H 


47 


•Richmond 


32 




53 


■NC State 


29 




27 


•Clemson 

*S C Tournament 


39 




14-9 7-4 1939-40 


Maryland 






48 


Western Maryland 


32 


H 


47 


Randolph Macon 


16 


H 


53 


Clemson 


26 


H 


34 


Pennsylvania 


41 


A 


51 


Rutgers 


39 


A 


53 


Rhode Island State 


59 


A 


32 


Duke 


30 


H 


35 


Richmond 


19 


H 


28 


Georgetown 


27 


A 


49 


VPI 


41 


H 


25 


Washington & Lee 


44 


H 


43 


NC State 


36 


A 


30 


Clemson 


48 


A 


30 


South Carolina 


33 


A 


37 


Duke 


48 


A 


49 


Johns Hopkins 


36 


H 


60 


VMI 


33 


A 


19 


Washington & Lee 


39 


A 


46 


Catholic 


31 


H 


27 


VMI 


25 


H 


26 


George Washington 


44 


H 


43 


'Washington & Lee 


30 




32 


•Duke 

*S-C Tournament 


44 




1-21 0-13 1940-41 


Mary 


and 






36 


Richmond 


48 


H 


24 


Johns Hopkins 


38 


A 


34 


Clemson 


48 


H 


32 


Pennsylvania 


43 


A 


26 


Duke 


40 


H 


41 


Washington & Lee 


59 


A 


30 


VMI 


64 


A 


34 


Georgetown 


51 


A 


36 


North Carolina 


55 


H 


17 


Richmond 


38 


A 


17 


Duke 


43 


A 


29 


North Carolina 


44 


A 


27 


Navy 


52 


A 


18 


Virginia 


47 


A 


15 


Washington & Lee 


42 


H 


28 


George Washington 


61 


A 


40 


William & Mary 


58 


H 


43 


Connecticut 


52 


H 


45 


Rutgers 


50 


H 


27 


VMI 


41 


H 


39 


VPI 


48 


H 


26 


Washington College 


18 


H 


7-15 3-8 1941-42 


Maryland 






41 


Richmond 


23 


A 


34 


William & Mary 


39 


A 


36 


West Virginia 


63 


A 


15 


Seton Hall 


59 


A 


40 


CCNY 


57 


A 


48 


St. Johns (NY) 


64 


A 


35 


Virginia 


34 


A 


33 


Duke 


37 


A 


28 


Washington College 


25 


H 


51 


Georgetown 


42 


A 


29 


George Washington 


47 


H 


36 


Virginia 


26 


H 


41 


VMI 


46 


A 


44 


Washington & Lee 


52 


A 


28 


Washington & Lee 


30 


H 


47 


Navy 


61 


A 


42 


William & Mary 


32 


H 


27 


West Virginia 


41 


H 


32 


Army 


44 


A 


30 


North Carolina 


34 


H 


46 


Duke 


64 


H 


39 


VMI 


36 


H 



8-8 5-5 1942-43 

Maryland 



32 


Richmond 


28 


H 


47 


North Carolina 


40 


H 


53 


Virginia 


49 


H 


49 


Pennsylvania 


51 


A 


40 


Washington & Lee 


50 


A 


34 


VMI 


35 


A 


43 


George Washington 


48 


A 


63 


Navy 


54 


A 


40 


Army 


44 


A 


43 


Duke 


46 


H 


55 


Washington & Lee 


35 


H 


56 


Virginia 


42 


A 


40 


North Carolina 


31 


A 


36 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


51 


William & Mary 


36 


H 


35 


.VMI 


36 


H 


4-13 2-1 1943-44 


Mary 


and 






33 


Quantico Marines 


59 


H 


39 


Marshall 


46 


H 


20 


Bainbndge Navy 


52 


H 


20 


Virginia 


52 


A 


43 


VMI 


36 


H 


43 


Hampden Sydney 


51 


H 


25 


Bainbndge Navy 


78 


A 


29 


Fort Belvoir 


60 


H 


33 


Catholic 


31 


H 


26 


Virginia 


49 


H 


33 


Catholic 


53 


A 


34 


Richmond 


65 


A 


48 


Woodrow Gen Hosp 


26 


H 


25 


Woodrow Gen Hosp 


35 


A 


31 


VMI 


29 


A 


35 


Navy 


69 


A 


22 


Army 


85 


A 



23 *NC Stale 

*S C. Tournament 

2-14 2-5 1944-45 



4ari 


land 


26 


Gallaudel 


28 


North Carolina 


24 


Duke 


32 


NC Slate 


33 


Navy 


46 


VMI 


34 


Marine Corps Inst 


42 


NC State 


42 


Hampden-Sydney 


26 


Virginia 


27 


VMI 


33 


Virginia 


53 


William & Mary 


41 


Merchant Marine 


34 


Army 


49 


•Duke 




*S C Tournament 



27 


H 


53 


A 


51 


A 


46 


A 


70 


A 


28 


H 


50 


H 


57 


H 


43 


H 


57 


A 


35 


A 


61 


H 


46 


A 


54 


A 


54 


A 




"Flucie" STEWART 
3 Seasons: 1947-48 to 1949-50 
Record: 27 48 
Conference: 22 -27 

9-12 5-5 1945-46 



Maryland 






61 


Marine Corps Inst 


46 


H 


43 


Marshall 


50 


H 


47 


Quantico Marines 


50 


H 


25 


Duke 


59 


A 


47 


NC State 


39 


A 


28 


North Carolina 


64 


A 


35 


Navy 


44 


A 


37 


NC. Slate 


33 


H 


45 


Virginia 


48 


A 


43 


Duke 


38 


H 


35 


Hampden Sydney 


32 


H 


48 


George Washington 


35 


H 


31 


North Carolina 


33 


H 


37 


Virginia 


36 


H 


43 


Merchant Marine 


39 


H 


37 


Richmond 


31 


H 


36 


William & Mary 


42 


A 


33 


West Virginia 


35 


H 


25 


Army 


52 


A 


31 


Merchant Marine 


48 


A 



27 *NC State 54 

*S.C. Tournament 



14-10 9-4 1946-47 



Maryland 






43 


West Virginia 


81 


A 


49 


Western Maryland 


39 


H 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


36 


H 


62 


Quantico Marines 


48 


A 


42 


North Carolina 


58 


A 


39 


Richmond 


41 


H 


44 


George Washington 


43 


H 


65 


Washington & Lee 


60 


A 


57 


VPI 


49 


A 


61 


VMI 


50 


A 


61 


North Carolina 


57 


H 


27 


Navy 


55 


A 


59 


Washington & Lee 


50 


H 


55 


Georgetown 


49 


H 


48 


George Washington 


63 


H 


49 


Richmond 


68 


A 


55 


VPI 


42 


H 


38 


Duke 


40 


H 


47 


Kings Point 


73 


A 


57 


Army 


54 


A 


52 


Citadel 


40 


H 


53 


VMI 


45 


H 


54 


Pennsylvania 


80 


A 


43 


•NC State 

*S C Tournament 


55 




11-14 9-7 1947-48 


Mary 


and 






63 


Western Maryland 


58 


A 


52 


Loyola 


63 


H 


59 


Davidson 


58 


H 


64 


Washington & Lee 


70 


A 


53 


VMI 


46 


A 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


53 


A 


46 


North Carolina 


70 


A 


42 


Duke 


53 


A 


40 


Georgetown 


52 


A 


49 


Clemson 


42 


H 


44 


Virginia 


64 


A 


47 


Navy 


51 


A 


68 


South Carolina 


54 


H 


63 


VMI 


48 


H 


44 


Army 


48 


A 


64 


Washington & Lee 


38 


H 


49 


George Washington 


65 


A 


47 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


56 


Virginia 


68 


H 


60 


Richmond 


53 


H 


54 


South Carolina 


53 


A 


63 


Clemson 


61 


A 


62 


Richmond 


64 


A 


35 


George Washington 


59 


H 


51 


•Davidson 

•S.C. Tournament 


58 




9-18 8-7 1948-49 


Mary 
49 


and 

Temple 


67 


A 


60 


VPI 


51 


H 


75 


Loyola (Baltimore) 


77 


A 


45 


Richmond 


54 


H 


47 


Virginia 


53 


H 


74 


Clemson 


50 


H 


47 


North Carolina 


55 


A 


49 


Davidson 


52 


A 


43 


Virginia 


79 


A 


51 


Georgetown 


53 


A 


67 


Pennsylvania 


81 


A 


46 


Navy 


52 


A 


54 


George Washington 


66 


H 


43 


Miami (Ohio) 


42 


A 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


58 


A 


33 


Cincinnati 


70 


A 


53 


VMI 


45 


A 


66 


Washington & Lee 


60 


A 


79 


South Carolina 


49 


H 


42 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


52 


Georgetown 


56 


H 


57 


South Carolina 


56 


A 


49 


Clemson 


68 


A 


66 


Richmond 


51 


A 


42 


George Washington 


61 


A 


70 


VMI 


55 


H 



61 *North Carolina 
*S.C. Tournament 




BUD MILLIKAN 
17 Seasons: 1950-51 to 1966-67 
Record: 243 182 
Conference: 130 109 



7-18 5-13 1949-50 

Maryland 



57 


VPI 


63 


A 


40 


Tennessee 


61 


A 


56 


Virginia 


66 


A 


65 


Washington & Lee 


46 


H 


52 


Pennsylvania 


54 


A 


55 


Clemson 


60 


H 


62 


Navy 


75 


A 


71 


Ohio Wesleyan 


75 


H 


53 


North Carolina 


55 


A 


46 


Duke 


58 


A 


71 


Georgetown 


65 


A 


52 


William & Mary 


56 


H 


49 


Richmond 


59 


A 


51 


George Washington 


72 


H 


56 


William & Mary 


64 


A 


65 


VMI 


53 


H 


56 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


61 


VMI 


62 


A 


67 


Duke 


57 


H 


56 


South Carolina 


61 


H 


70 


Virginia 


52 


H 


64 


Davidson 


61 


H 


67 


Richmond 


48 


H 


44 


South Carolina 


59 


A 


68 


Clemson 


70 


A 


16-11 11-8 1950-51 


Maryland 






59 


Virginia 


57 


H 


65 


Pennsylvania 


74 


A 


48 


William & Mary 


41 


H 


46 


Virginia 


43 


A 


52 


Washington & Lee 


43 


H 


51 


Rutgers 


45 


H 


67 


North Carolina 


59 


A 


48 


Richmond 


42 


A 


47 


Navy 


51 


A 


58 


Georgetown 


47 


H 


57 


VPI 


66 


H 


56 


North Carolina 


55 


H 


57 


Davidson 


55 


A 


43 


South Carolina 


70 


A 


44 


Clemson 


50 


A 


65 


Washington & Lee 


83 


A 


46 


VMI 


41 


A 


47 


South Carolina 


37 


H 


64 


West Virginia 


70 


H 


40 


Duke 


49 


H 


50 


William & Mary 


55 


A 


54 


Clemson 


50 


H 


42 


Richmond 


33 


H 


47 


George Washington 


67 


A 


65 


VMI 


46 


H 


50 


•Clemson 


48 




45 


•NC State 

*S C Tournament 


54 





13-9 9-5 1951-52 

Maryland 



59 


Virginia 


42 


A 


71 


Washington & Lee 


51 


H 


52 


Pennsylvania 


53 


A 


54 


William & Mary 


53 


H 


36 


West Virginia 


39 


A 


57 


VMI 


39 


A 


51 


Washington & Lee 


43 


A 


47 


North Carolina 


51 


A 


48 


Navy 


45 


A 


63 


Virginia 


53 


H 


55 


Georgetown 


40 


H 


55 


Rutgers 


61 


A 


71 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


64 


VMI 


46 


H 


55 


Richmond 


45 


H 


66 


William & Mary 


71 


A 


51 


Duke 


56 


A 


61 


Georgetown 


71 


A 


54 


Richmond 


50 


A 


56 


George Washington 


57 


H 


71 


Davidson 


48 


H 



48 'Duke 

*S.C. Tournament 



15-8 12-3 1952-53 



Mary 


and 






71 


Virginia 


61 


H 


64 


William & Mary 


61 


H 


53 


Pennsylvania 


70 


A 


52 


West Virginia 


45 


H 


54 


VMI 


37 


A 


58 


Washington & Lee 


40 


A 


49 


North Carolina 


59 


A 


59 


Virginia 


56 


A 


63 


Richmond 


60 


A 


45 


Georgetown 


54 


H 


65 


VPI 


46 


H 


68 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


62 


George Washington 


63 


A 


70 


VPI 


56 


A 


46 


Richmond 


49 


H 


67 


VMI 


41 


H 


87 


Washington & Lee 


56 


H 


79 


William & Mary 


57 


A 


48 


Georgetown 


49 


A 


47 


Navy 


51 


A 


66 


George Washington 


53 


H 


74 


•Duke 


65 




59 


•Wake Forest 
*S C Tournament 


61 





78 



23-7 7-2 1953-54 



Maryland 






53 


South Carolina 


49 


A 


81 


Clemson 


41 


A 


54 


Wake Forest 


71 


A 


69 


William & Mary 


54 


A 


71 


West Virginia 


87 


A 


60 


VPI 


52 


H 


79 


South Carolina 


48 


H 


65 


Anzona State 


50 


A 


66 


Evansville 


58 


A 


54 


Ky Wesleyan 


37 


A 


72 


Richmond 


64 


A 


70 


Virginia 


64 


H 


75 


Clemson 


54 


H 


56 


Georgetown 


58 


A 


71 


Richmond 


73 


H 


68 


George Washington 


61 


H 


70 


Virginia 


56 


A 


61 


Tampa 


51 


A 


63 


Miami (Fla ) 


57 


A 


51 


Washington & Lee 


25 


A 


54 


VPI 


41 


A 


76 


Washington & 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 


William & Mary 


55 


H 


75 


Clemson 


59 


ACC 


56 


Wake Forest 


64 


ACC 



17-7 10-4 1954-55 



*1ary 
60 


and 
Georgetown 


43 


H 


49 


Duke 


47 


H 


58 


Wake Forest 


62 


H 


72 


Virginia 


69 


A 


61 


Duke 


68 


A 


70 


North Carolina 


60 


A 


58 


Texas Tech 


54 


A 


83 


Rhode Island 


66 


A 


78 


Cincinnati 


61 


A 


68 


South Carolina 


51 


H 


78 


Virginia 


65 


H 


71 


Clemson 


63 


A 


68 


South Carolina 


52 


A 


68 


NC. State 


64 


H 


53 


George Washington 


75 


A 


60 


Navy 


54 


A 


67 


William & Mary 


62 


A 


67 


George Washington 


73 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


68 


Clemson 


66 


H 


58 


NC. State 


78 


A 


71 


Wake Forest 


75 


A 


57 


Georgetown 


48 


A 



67 Virginia 68 

14-10 7-7 1955-56 



16-10 9-5 1956-57 



Mary 


and 






67 


Virginia 


55 


H 


52 


William & Mary 


51 


H 


61 


Wake Forest 


51 


H 


61 


Kentucky 


62 


H 


62 


North Carolina 


68 


H 


75 


Michigan State 


95 


H 


75 


St Francis 


66 


H 


76 


South Carolina 


57 


H 


62 


George Washington 


48 


H 


71 


Clemson 


63 


A 


59 


South Carolina 


53 


A 


64 


NC State 


73 


H 


62 


Duke 


76 


A 


55 


North Carolina 


64 


A 


62 


Georgetown 


57 


A 


80 


Navy 


61 


H 


70 


Duke 


82 


H 


67 


George Washington 


46 


A 


81 


Clemson 


69 


H 


71 


NC State 


62 


A 


60 


Wake Forest 


76 


A 


60 


Virginia 


73 


A 


72 


Georgetown 


61 


H 


69 


Duke 


94 


AC 



Mary 


and 






67 


Virginia 


63 


A 


62 


Fordham 


68 


H 


59 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


55 


Kentucky 


76 


A 


61 


North Carolina 


70 


A 


89 


Montana State 


72 


A 


43 


New Mexico A & M 


45 


A 


43 


Virginia 


39 


A 


59 


Clemson 


52 


A 


60 


South Carolina 


68 


A 


62 


Duke 


51 


H 


68 


George Washington 


48 


A 


66 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


82 


Georgetown 


69 


H 


79 


NC State 


66 


H 


60 


Duke 


72 


A 


84 


George Washington 


67 


H 


61 


North Carolina 


65 


H 


85 


Virginia 


64 


H 


56 


NC State 


49 


A 


58 


Wake Forest 


62 


A 


55 


Navy 


56 


A 


74 


Clemson 


65 


H 


62 


Georgetown 


59 


A 


71 


Virginia 


68 ACC 


64 


South Carolina 


74 


ACC 



22-7 9-5 1957-58 



Mary 


and 






64 


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 


Clemson 


73 


A 


74 


Duke 


49 


H 


74 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


55 


Georgetown 


45 


A 


48 


NC. Stale 


57 


H 


64 


Navy 


51 


A 


87 


Virginia 


66 


A 


74 


Wake Forest 


67 


A 


72 


Clemson 


54 


H 


64 


N C State 


69 


A 


69 


Virginia 


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 



10-13 7-7 1958-59 

Maryland 



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 


Clemson 


55 


A 


61 


Georgetown 


53 


H 


69 


Duke 


78 


A 


57 


North Carolina 


64 


A 


53 


Wake Forest 


56 


A 


65 


George Washington 


66 


H 


37 


NC Slate 


53 


A 


77 


Clemson 


58 


H 


50 


Virginia 


62 


A 


69 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


67 


Georgetown 


56 


A 


75 


South Carolina 


45 


H 


65 


Virginia 


66 


AC 



15-8 9-5 1959-60 



64 


George Washington 


57 


A 


70 


Virginia 


62 


H 


59 


Georgetown 


48 


H 


47 


Wake Forest 


54 


H 


63 


Indiana 


72 


A 


76 


Fordham 


54 


A 


103 


Yale 


80 


H 


85 


South Carolina 


52 


H 


51 


Georgetown 


66 


A 


56 


Duke 


48 


A 


63 


NC State 


53 


H 


51 


Navy 


50 


A 


66 


North Carolina 


75 


H 


64 


Wake Forest 


65 


A 


44 


Virginia 


43 


A 


46 


NC. State 


48 


A 


70 


Clemson 


55 


H 


71 


Duke 


61 


H 


86 


George Washington 


84 


H 


64 


North Carolina 


81 


A 


67 


Clemson 


59 


A 


72 


South Carolina 


55 


A 



58 NC State 



14-12 6-8 1960-61 



Mary 


and 






64 


Penn State 


47 


H 


57 


Virginia 


52 


A 


80 


George Washington 


68 


H 


64 


Minnesota 


53 


A 


78 


Georgetown 


67 


A 


60 


Wake Forest 


72 


H 


57 


North Carolina 


81 


A 


67 


NC State 


75 


A 


84 


Wyoming 


77 


A 


72 


South Carolina 


58 


H 


55 


Georgetown 


47 


H 


62 


Duke 


70 


A 


52 


North Carolina 


58 


H 


63 


Navy 


62 


H 


75 


NC. State 


57 


A 


56 


North Carolina 


63 


A 


69 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 


59 


Clemson 


76 


A 


61 


South Carolina 


64 


A 


66 


NC State 


83 


A 


76 


Duke 


71 


H 


44 


George Washington 


63 


A 


77 


Virginia 


62 


H 


82 


Clemson 


80 


H 


91 


Clemson 


75 ACC 


76 


Wake Forest 


98 ACC 



8-13 4-10 1962-63 

Maryland 



8-17 3-11 1961-62 



Maryland 



65 
78 
68 
75 
79 
91 
62 
64 
67 
77 
83 
68 
81 
61 
71 
58 
79 
68 
61 
53 
78 
67 
68 
68 



Penn State 

Georgetown 

NC State 

Minnesota 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Mississippi State 

Louisville 

George Washington 

South Carolina 

Georgetown 

Duke 

George Washington 

NC State 

Miami (Fla.) 

Navy 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Clemson 



71 


A 


79 


H 


73 


H 


69 


H 


62 


H 


70 


A 


64 


A 


83 


A 


56 


A 


86 


H 


70 


A 


84 


A 


67 


H 


68 


A 


68 


A 


67 


A 


62 


H 



85 A 

73 A 

79 H 

81 A 

70 A 

72 H 



61 


Penn State 


62 


H 


70 


Georgetown 


79 


A 


56 


Duke 


92 


A 


74 


NC State 


76 


H 


67 


Virginia 


61 


A 


74 


Wake Forest 


85 


H 


68 


South Carolina 


63 


H 


74 


George Washington 


72 


H 


67 


Navy 


61 


H 


56 


North Carolina 


78 


H 


59 


NC State 


79 


A 


68 


George Washington 


67 


A 


73 


Georgetown 


72 


H 


68 


North Carolina 


82 


A 


60 


Clemson 


62 


A 


51 


South Carolina 


44 


A 


54 


Wake Forest 


75 


A 


69 


Virginia 


71 


H 


70 


Duke 


76 


H 


69 


Clemson 


67 


H 



41 Wake Forest 80 ACC 

9-17 5-9 1963-64 



Mary 


and 






68 


Virginia 


58 


H 


72 


Georgetown 


83 


A 


62 


Penn State 


91 


A 


72 


NC Slate 


62 


H 


74 


West Virginia 


72 


H 


56 


Clemson 


48 


H 


59 


Tennessee 


70 


A 


75 


LSU 


65 


A 


54 


Anzona 


57 


A 


82 


Columbia 


76 


A 


69 


South Carolina 


73 


II 


55 


Navy 


68 


A 


88 


North Carolina 


97 


A 


65 


NC State 


66 


A 


91 


Wake Forest 


82 


A 


80 


George Washington 


76 


A 


67 


West Virginia 


91 


A 


72 


Duke 


104 


H 


77 


Wake Forest 


79 


H 


74 


North Carolina 


64 


H 


73 


Virginia 


79 


A 


63 


Duke 


84 


A 


78 


Georgetown 


81 


H 


68 


Clemson 


83 


A 


64 


South Carolina 


74 


A 



67 Clemson 



18-8 10-4 1964-65 



Mary 


and 






72 


Penn State 


71 


H 


82 


George Washington 


80 


H 


59 


Virginia 


61 


A 


62 


NC State 


63 


H 


73 


West Virginia 


80 


H 


82 


Wake Forest 


64 


H 


61 


Kansas 


63 


H 


66 


Tulsa 


59 


A 


73 


Miami (Fla ) 


80 


A 


76 


North Carolina 


68 


H 


67 


Clemson 


65 


A 


75 


South Carolina 


70 


A 


77 


Navy 


58 


H 


93 


Wake Forest 


85 


A 


67 


N.C State 


73 


A 


91 


North Carolina 


80 


A 


64 


Duke 


82 


A 


86 


West Virginia 


78 


A 


85 


Georgetown 


67 


A 


52 


Virginia 


47 


H 


70 


Navy 


57 


A 


85 


Duke 


82 


H 


88 


Clemson 


71 


H 


73 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


61 


Clemson 


50 ACC 


67 


N.C State 


76 ACC 



79 




FRANK FELLOWS 
2 Seasons: 1967-68 to 1968-69 
Record: 16 34 
Conference: 6-22 

14-11 7-7 1965-66 



Maryland 






61 


Penn State 


65 


A 


87 


Wake Forest 


66 


H 


59 


NC. State 


48 


H 


62 


Kansas 


71 


A 


63 


Kansas State 


57 


A 


77 


Georgetown 


59 


H 


74 


West Virginia 


76 


A 


69 


Houston 


68 


A 


77 


Dayton 


75 


A 


52 


North Carolina 


67 


A 


62 


Virginia 


65 


H 


61 


Duke 


76 


A 


58 


NC State 


60 


A 


107 


George Washington 


81 


A 


66 


Clemson 


71 


A 


78 


South Carolina 


63 


A 


76 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


86 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 


74 


Navy 


69 


H 


107 


West Virginia 


92 


H 


71 


Virginia 


64 


A 


69 


Duke 


74 


H 


56 


South Carolina 


42 


H 


69 


Clemson 


81 


II 



70 North Carolina 



11-14 5-9 1966-67 



Maryland 






76 


Penn State 


53 


H 


54 


N.C. State 


38 


A 


63 


South Carolina 


65 


H 


85 


Virginia 


65 


A 


50 


Oklahoma State 


49 


A 


53 


Memphis State 


55 


A 


59 


Wake Forest 


68 


H 


66 


Davidson 


65 


A 


57 


Army 


54 


A 


60 


NC Stale 


55 


H 


82 


West Virginia 


81 


A 


69 


Duke 


72 


H 


68 


Clemson 


48 


H 


58 


West Virginia 


61 


H 


53 


South Carolina 


80 


A 


77 


North Carolina 


85 


A 


78 


George Washington 


52 


H 


49 


Georgetown 


80 


A 


87 


Virginia 


76 


H 


65 


Navy 


66 


A 


58 


Duke 


81 


A 


78 


North Carolina 


79 


H 


61 


Clemson 


65 


A 


64 


Wake Forest 


78 


A 



54 South Carolina 



8-16 4-10 1967-68 

Maryland 



71 


Penn State 


76 


A 


84 


George Washington 


53 


A 


62 


NC State 


75 


H 


66 


South Carolina 


65 


H 


60 


Wake Forest 


73 


A 


53 


Texas El Paso 


70 


A 


72 


Southern Illinois 


73 


A 


59 


South Carolina 


68 


A 


52 


N.C. State 


68 


A 


79 


West Virginia 


75 


H 


52 


Duke 


84 


H 


93 


Clemson 


94 


A 


76 


Navy 


72 


H 


73 


Miami (Flat 


93 


A 


67 


North Carolina 


73 


H 


64 


Duke 


85 


A 


66 


West Virginia 


83 


A 


85 


Virginia 


76 


H 


87 


Wake Forest 


74 


H 


60 


North Carolina 


83 


A 


81 


Clemson 


68 


H 


68 


Virginia 


70 


A 


68 


Georgetown 


60 


H 


54 


NC Slate 


63 


«X 


8-18 2-12 1968-69 


Maryland 






66 


Penn Stale 


56 


H 


65 


West Virginia 


86 


A 


67 


South Carolina 


79 


A 


63 


Princeton 


72 


H 


87 


Wake Forest 


95 


A 


99 


George Washington 


96 


H 


89 


Marshall 


80 


A 


35 


Miami (Fla.) 


92 


A 


69 


Davidson 


83 


A 



95 


Wichita 


71 


Wake Forest 


69 


N.C State 


67 


South Carolina 


85 


Duke 


83 


Clemson 


77 
87 


Virginia 
North Carolina 


81 


NC State 


91 
83 


West Virginia 
Duke 


68 
78 
86 


Navy 
Virginia 
North Carolina 


84 


Clemson 


83 


Georgetown 



83 


A 


93 


A 


85 


A 


69 


H 


96 


A 


78 


H 


78 


H 


07 


A 


86 


H 


84 


H 


93 


H 


72 


A 


84 


A 


88 


H 


83 


A 


78 


A 



71 Soulh Carolina 




CHARLES "Lefty" DRIESELL 

17 Seasons: 1969-70 to 1985-86 
Record. 348 -159 
Conference: 126 101 

13-13 5-9 1969-70 



97 


Buffalo 


77 


H 


92 


George Washington 


71 


A 


67 


Princeton 


75 


A 


87 


Wake Forest 


104 


H 


68 


South Carolina 


101 


H 


54 


Army 


69 


H 


94 


Fordham 


71 


H 


94 


Delaware 


58 


H 


57 


N.C. State 


91 


A 


96 


Wake Forest 


88 


A 


83 


West Virginia 


76 


H 


44 


South Carolina 


55 


A 


75 


Clemson 


63 


A 


73 


Navy 


57 


H 


97 


Maine 


68 


H 


52 


Duke 


50 


H 


69 


North Carolina 


77 


H 


54 


NC. State 


64 


A 


81 


Georgetown 


71 


H 


69 


Virginia 


71 


A 


83 


North Carolina 


90 


A 


76 


Duke 


87 


A 


103 


Clemson 


85 


H 


78 


West Virginia 


83 


A 


79 


Virginia 


71 


H 


57 


NC. State 


67 


\CC 


14-12 5-9 1970-71 


Maryland 






86 


Delaware 


73 


H 


109 


Buffalo 


70 


H 


85 


Lehigh 


66 


H 


72 


Wake Forest 


71 


H 


70 


South Carolina 


% 


A 


79 


Georgetown 


96 


A 


80 


Tampa 


72 


H 


111 


Miami (Fla ) 


77 


H 


99 


Richmond 


67 


H 


81 


N.C. State 


83 


H 


31 


South Carolina 


30 


H 


56 


Clemson 


52 


H 


69 


George Washington 


67 


H 


88 


Loyola (Md.) 


69 


A 


70 


North Carolina 


105 


A 


61 


N.C. Slate 


71 


A 


88 


Duke 


79 


A 


63 


Virginia 


78 


A 


67 


Duke 


70 


H 


76 


North Carolina 


100 


H 


56 


Seton Hall 


55 


A 


45 


Clemson 


51 


A 


81 


West Virginia 


83 


H 


66 


Wake Forest 


72 


A 


89 


Virginia 


84 


H 



63 South Carolina 



27-5 8-4 1971-72 



Maryland 






100 


Brown 


83 


H 


118 


George Washington 


96 


A 


57 


Virginia (L) 


78 


A 


79 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


86 


Canisius 


77 


H 


73 


Loyola 


60 


A 


102 


Holy Cross 


79 


A 


103 


Western Kentucky 


67 


H 


90 


St John's 


69 


H 


83 


N.C State 


70 


H 


61 


Clemson 


63 


A 


49 


Wake Forest 


46 


A 


85 


Navy 


60 


A 


82 


Buffalo 


58 


H 


72 


North Carolina 


92 


A 



66 

77 
85 
78 
79 
67 
76 
59 
64 
45 
54 
62 
64 
67 
71 
91 
100 



NC State 

Duke 

Duquesne 

Long Island Univ 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Richmond 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

St Joseph's 

Syracuse 

Jacksonville 

Niagara 



58 H 
71 H 

60 A 
77 H 
57 H 

61 H 

68 A 

56 H 
42 H 
52 ACC 

57 ACC 
73 ACC 
55 NIT 
65 NIT 
77 NIT 

69 NIT 



23-7 7-5 1972-73 



Maryland 
127 Brown 



107 
99 
88 
90 
90 
76 
79 
93 
85 
76 
105 
100 
94 
78 
81 
83 
93 
85 
69 
81 
% 
60 
92 



Richmond 

Canisius 

Georgetown 

George Washmglo 

Georgia Tech 

Syracuse 

Kent State 

Clemson 

Virginia 

NC State 

Navy 

Wake Forest 

Long Island 

North Carolina 

NC State 

Duke 

Fordham 

Buflalo 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duquesne 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

N C State 

Syracuse 

Providence 



82 


H 


50 


A 


80 


A 


73 


A 


79 


H 


55 


H 


76 


H 


58 


H 


75 


A 


74 


H 


87 


H 


67 


A 


76 


H 


73 


H 


88 


H 


89 


A 


85 


A 


72 


A 


64 


H 


95 


A 


66 


H 


71 


A 


68 


H 


62 


A 


81 


A 


61 


<\CC 


65 ACC 


76 ACC 


75 NCAA 


103 NCAA 



23-5 9-3 1973-74 



Maryland 
64 UCLA 



106 

115 
78 
53 

102 
58 
96 
89 
72 
74 

112 
72 
86 
73 



92 
91 
56 
98 
64 
77 
110 
85 
105 
100 



Eastern Kentucky 

Georgetown 

San Francisco 

Santa Clara 

Holy Cross 

Boston College 

Richmond 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

Fordham 

Navy 

Canisius 

North Carolina 

NC State 

Duke 

Virginia 

George Washington 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duquesne 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

NC State 



65 A 

57 H 

83 H 

60 A 

32 A 

75 H 

37 H 

60 A 

60 H 

59 A 

80 A 
73 H 
50 A 
73 H 

82 A 
86 H 

83 H 

81 A 
71 A 
80 H 
54 A 



72 
61 



68 H 
75 H 
66 ACC 
85 ACC 
103 ACC 



24-5 10-2 1974-75 



Maryland 

106 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. Slate 

Cretghlon 

Notre Dame 

Louisville 



99 
99 

104 

113 
81 

105 
75 
96 
90 
83 
89 

103 
87 
82 
66 



65 
104 
96 
70 
103 
70 
104 
85 
83 
83 
82 



84 H 

71 A 

49 H 
67 A 
67 H 

81 H 

50 H 

82 H 



77 
73 



73 
83 



74 A 
51 A 
82 A 
64 H 
87 H 
87 ACC 
79 NCAA 
71 NCAA 
96NCAA 



22-6 7-5 1975-76 

Maryland 



127 


East Carolina 


84 


H 


99 


DePauw 


42 


H 


98 


Richmond 


71 


A 


122 


Boston University 


82 


H 


93 


Georgia Tech 


65 


H 


81 


Fordham 


56 


H 


70 


UNC-Charlotte 


60 


H 


104 


Seton Halt 


69 


H 


66 


Princeton 


59 


H 


HI 


Long Island 


88 


H 


82 


George Washington 


72 


A 


93 


Wake Forest 


% 


A 


87 


N.C. Stale 


69 


A 


87 


Navy 


69 


A 


77 


Clemson 


82 


H 


93 


North Carohna (ot) 


95 


A 


102 


N.C. Slate 


84 


H 


69 


Notre Dame 


63 


A 


69 


Virginia 


66 


A 


102 


Duke 


91 


H 


69 


North Carohna 


81 


H 


98 


Clemson 


89 


A 


72 


Georgetown 


63 


A 


67 


Duke 


69 


A 


105 


Wake Forest 


91 


H 


81 


Virginia 


73 


H 


80 


Duke (ot) 


78 ACC 


65 


Virginia 


73 ACC 



19-8 7-5 1976-77 



Maryland 






79 


Notre Dame (ot) 


80 


H 


86 


Ball State 


70 


H 


49 


Long Island 


45 


H 


58 


Pnnceton 


45 


H 


80 


East Carolina 


69 


H 


92 


DePaul 


74 


H 


76 


Appalachian St 


74 


H 


106 


Bucknell 


72 


H 


84 


Xavier 


74 


H 


96 


Syracuse 


85 


H 


90 


Richmond 


87 


H 


85 


Wake Forest (ot) 


86 


H 


87 


N.C. Stale 


80 


H 


62 


Navy 


54 NEU. 


71 


Clemson 


93 


A 


68 


North Carolina 


71 


H 


75 


N.C. State 


73 


A 


76 


George Washington 


86 


H 


82 


Virginia 


67 


H 


65 


Duke (ot) 


64 


A 


70 


North Carolina 


97 


A 


84 


Clemson 


78 


H 


88 


Pittsburgh 


75 


H 


85 


Duke 


72 


H 


81 


Wake Forest 


80 


A 


68 


Virginia 


77 


A 


72 


NC State 


82 ACC 



15-13 3-9 1977-78 



Maryland 






95 


Bucknell 


62 


H 


78 


Amencan 


65 


N 


91 


Georgetown 


87 


N 


89 


Penn State 


80 


N 


130 


East Carolina 


106 


H 


90 


George Washington 


101 


A 


94 


Long Island 


64 


H 


99 


Army 


77 


H 


91 


Western Kentucky 


78 


H 


65 


Georgia Tech 


63 


H 


78 


Duke 


88 


H 


75 


Wake Forest 


84 


A 


82 


N.C. State 


88 


A 


74 


Air Force 


73 


H 


90 


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 


70 


Duke 


81 


A 


91 


Wake Forest 


89 


H 


70 


Virginia 


79 


H 


09 


NC. State (3 ot) 


108 ACC 


69 


Duke 


81 ACC 



80 



19-11 6-6 1978-79 



Maryland 



107 
65 
81 
88 
69 
86 
82 
124 
129 
62 
83 
84 
60 
82 
84 
77 
53 
82 
66 
63 
78 
67 
77 
70 
54 
72 
75 
79 
67 
72 



Bucknell 

Georgetown 

Air Force 

Nevada/ Las Vegas 

Penn State 

Biscayne 

East Carolina 

N.C Stale 

Canisms 

St Joseph's (ot) 

Southern California 

George Washington 

Wake Forest 

NC State (2 ot) 

Louisville 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Navy 

Notre Dame 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Rhode Island 13 ot) 

Ohio State 



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 



54 H 

62 H 

65 H 

69 H 



69 H 
6B H 



67 ACC 
102 ACC 
65 NIT 
79 NIT 



24-7 11-3 1979-80 



Maryland 
82 UMES 
Penn State 
Georgetown 
Brown 
Catholic 
Georgia Tech 
Bucknell 
Miami (Ohio) 
Temple 
Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 
NC. Stale 
Pittsburgh 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
NC Stale 
Notre Dame 
Virginia 
Duke 

North Carolina 
Clemson 
Boston 
East Carolina 
Duke 

Wake Forest 
Virginia 

Georgia Tech (ot) 
Clemson 
Duke 
Tennessee 
Georgetown 



56 
71 
72 

113 
70 
95 

115 
85 
83 
84 
62 
95 
84 
92 
66 
63 
63 

101 
70 
81 
99 
85 
61 



52 
91 
72 
86 
68 



58 


H 


55 


N 


83 


N 


59 


H 


79 


H 


60 


H 


73 


H 


76 


H 


63 


H 


73 


A 


76 


A 


67 


A 


80 


H 


83 


H 



86 A 

62 H 

64 A 

61 A 

82 H 

69 H 

90 A 

76 H 



H 

A 

H 

71 H 
49 ACC 
85 ACC 

73 ACC 
75 NCAA 

74 NCAA 



21-10 8-6 1980-81 



Maryland 

Navy 



95 
% 
83 

109 
67 
82 
66 

114 
74 
69 
66 
94 
64 



Amencan 

Wagner 

Syracuse 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Louisville 

N.C. State (ot) 

Georgia Tech 

Marshall 

St Joseph's 

William & Mary 

North Carolina 

Duke 

Virginia 



64 


H 


65 


H 


73 


A 


73 


A 


83 


H 


78 


A 


75 


H 


55 


A 


89 


H 


57 


H 


64 


H 


75 


A 



79 H 
66 H 



68 


Clemson (ot) 


62 


A 


81 


U.M.E.S 


65 


H 


70 


Notre Dame 


73 


H 


69 


Pittsburgh (ot) 


66 


A 


72 


Georgia Tech 


64 


H 


60 


Wake Forest 


67 


A 


54 


Duke 


55 


A 


72 


Clemson 


70 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


76 


H 


94 


Wake Forest 


80 


H 


76 


N.C Stale 


72 


A 


63 


Virginia 


74 


A 


56 


Duke 


53 ACC 


85 


Virginia 


62 ACC 


60 


North Carolina 


61 ACC 


81 


Tenn Chattanooga 


69 NCAA 


64 


Indiana 


99 NCAA 


16-13 5-9 1981-82 


Maryland 






49 


St Peter's 


42 


H 


82 


Lafayette 


58 


H 


87 


Long Island 


79 


H 


74 


George Mason 


62 


H 


76 


Md (Eastern Shore) 


64 


H 


75 


Towson State 


59 


H 


53 


NC. 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 (ot) 


45 


A 


62 


Clemson 


57 


H 


91 


Canisms 


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. Slate 


52 


H 


47 


Virginia (ot) 


46 


H 


28 


N.C. State 


40 ACC 


66 


Richmond (NIT) 


50 


A 


69 


Georgia (NIT) 


83 


A 


20- 


10 8-6 1982-83 




Maryland 






79 


Penn State 


97 


N 


91 


Md (Eastern Shore) 


70 


H 


67 


Canisius 


66 


A 


56 


St Joseph's 


64 


H 


85 


Duquesne 


64 


H 


6fi__Towson 


56 


H 


80 


UCLA (2 ot) 


79 


H 


73 


Amencan 


71 


H 


56 


William & Mary 


51 


H 


64 


Virginia 


83 


H 


71 


North Carolina 


72 


A 


67 


Duke 


86 


H 


80 


Clemson 


61 


A 


68 


Notre Dame 


67 


H 


55 


Holy Cross 


53 


A 


86 


N.C. State 


81 


H 


98 


Navy 


73 


H 


87 


Old Dominion 


67 


H 


77 


Georgia Tech 


68 


H 


66 


Wake Forest 


79 


A 


106 


North Carolina 


94 


H 


92 


Clemson 


88 


H 


101 


Duke 


90 


A 


60 


Georgia Tech 


70 


A 


83 


Wake Forest 


75 


H 


67 


N.C. Stale 


58 


A 


81 


Virginia 


83 


A 


58 


Georgia Tech (ot) 


64 


ACC 


52 


Tenn Chattanooga 


51 NCAA 


50 


Houston 


60 NCAA 



24-8 9-5 1983-84 
ACC CHAMPIONS 



Mary 


and 


108 


Johns Hopkins 


68 


Ohio State 


77 


Canisms 


67 


Penn State 


78 


Duquesne 


104 


UME.S 


89 


Boston College 


58 


Randolph Macon 


96 


USalle 


59 


N.C- State 


58 


William & Mary 


62 


North Carolina 


81 


Duke 


85 


Clemson 


69 


Old Dominion 


47 


Notre Dame 


67 


Virginia 


70 


Georgia Tech 


87 


Wake Forest 


84 


Duke 


61 


Dayton 


66 


Clemson 


63 


North Carolina 


79 


Georgia Tech 


90 


Wake Forest 


63 


N.C. State 


74 


Virginia 


69 


NC State 


66 


Wake Forest 


74 


Duke 


102 


West Virginia 


70 


Illinois 


25-12 8-6 1 


Maryland 


56 


Kansas 


54 


Alaska 


72 


Tennessee 


56 


West Virginia 


95 


Cleveland State 


59 


Alabama 


76 


Ohio State 


87 


UME.S 


88 


Loyola 


78 


Iowa (ot) 


79 


Hawaii 


69 


Georgia Tech 


58 


N.C. State 


63 


Dayton 


74 


North Carolina 


78 


Duke (ot) 


94 


Clemson 


76 


U.N.L.V. 


99 


Holy Cross 


77 


Notre Dame 


77 


Villanova 


71 


Virginia 


60 


Georgia Tech 


87 


Old Dominion 


64 


Wake Forest 


62 


Duke 


54 


North Carolina 


64 


Clemson 


43 


Georgia Tech 


91 


Towson State 


69 


Wake Forest 


71 


N.C. State 


60 


Virginia 


73 


Duke 


69 


Miami (OH) (ot) 


64 


Navy 


43 


Villanova 



65 


H 


72 


N 


55 


H 


58 


N 


67 


A 


69 


H 


76 


H 


52 


H 


83 


H 


55 


A 


44 


H 


74 


H 


75 


A 


72 


H 


58 


A 


52 


A 


66 


A 


71 


A 


90 


A 


89 


H 


59 


H 


65 


A 


78 


A 


74 


H 


79 


H 


50 


H 


65 


H 


63 


ACC 


64 


ACC 


62 


ACC 


77 NCAA 


72 NCAA 



58 


N 


52 


A 


49 


N 


47 


H 


84 


H 


56 


A 


73 


H 


48 


H 


74 


A 


68 


N 


71 


A 


70 


N 


56 


H 


67 


A 


75 


A 


76 


H 


84 


H 


78 


A 


75 


H 


65 


H 


74 


H 


58 


H 


72 


H 


75 


H 


62 


A 


70 


A 


60 


H 


71 


A 


48 


A 


38 


H 


66 


H 


70 


A 


55 


A 


86 


ACC 


68 NCAA 


59 NCAA 


46 NCAA 



Cole Field House Records 


Team Scoring: 


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


Field Goals: 


62 by Maryland Freshmen 
vs Kings College 
1961 


Individual Scoring: 


48 by Tom Baxley vs 

Virginia Freshmen, 

1961 
48 by Tom Baxley vs 

Bainbridge Prep, 1961 
48 by Tom McMillen vs 

Georgetown Freshmen, 

1971 


Field Goals: 


21 by Tom McMillen vs 
Georgetown Freshmen, 
1971 


Rebounds: 


31 by Tom McMillen vs 
West Virginia 
Freshmen, 1971 



19-14 6-8 1985-86 



Maryland 






84 


Northeastern 


72 


H 


81 


George Mason 


80 


A 


66 


Ohio State 


78 


A 


74 


F Dickinson 


51 


H 


77 


Wm & Mary 


48 


H 


63 


UNLV 


64 


H 


42 


West Virginia 


41 


A 


91 


Towson State 


58 


H 


60 


Alabama 


58 


H 


67 


Stanford 


65 


N 


92 


Hawaii Pacific 


85 


A 


75 


Duke 


81 


H 


74 


Rand Macon 


50 


H 


67 


Georgia Tech 


68 


A 


67 


N Carolina 


71 


H 


49 


Virginia 


70 


A 


55 


NC State 


67 


H 


68 


Duke 


80 


A 


77 


Wake Forest 


55 


H 


62 


Villanova 


64 


A 


62 


Notre Dame 


69 


A 


78 


CWnsi hi 


69 


H 


67 


NC State 


66 


A 


60 


Clemson 


70 


A 


91 


UMES 


44 


H 


77 


N Carolina 


72 


A 


70 


Georgia Tech 


77 


H 


59 


Wake Forest 


48 


A 


87 


Virginia 


72 


H 


85 


N Carolina 


75 ACC 


62 


Georgia Tech 


64 ACC 


69 


Pepperdine 


64 NCAA 


64 


UNLV 


70 NCAA 






BOB WADE 






1 Season: 1986-87 
Record: 9-17 










Conference: 0-14 






9-17 0-14 1986-87 




Mary 


and 






76 


Winthrop 


58 


H 


70 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


59 


H 


50 


Notre Dame 


63 


H 


47 


NC State 


69 


A 


79 


Towson State 


71 


H 


65 


North Carolina 


98 


A 


64 


Virginia 


71 


H 


61 


Duke 


85 


H 


64 


Clemson 


72 


A 


77 


Bucknell 


68 


H 


65 


West Virginia 


62 


H 


73 


Old Dominion 


87 


A 


90 


James Madison 


76 


A 


72 


Georgia Tech 


76 


A 


58 


Wake Forest 


69 


A 


79 


Clemson 


80 


H 


67 


Duke 


76 


A 


74 


Georgia Tech 


78 


H 


86 


North Carolina 


93 


H 


73 


Central Florida 


55 


H 


78 


UMBC 


64 


H 


68 


Wake Forest 


75 


H 


72 


NC State 


85 


H 


117 


UMES 


51 


H 


77 


Virginia 


82 


A 


63 


North Carolina 


82 


\a 



81 



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Adams, Donald, 1926 27 28 
Adkins. Jell. 1982 83 84 85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Allen, Benjamin. 1936-37 
Andorka. William. 1935 
Armsworthy, Frank, 1949 50 
Auslander. Brian, 1969. 1971 
Avery, John, 1966 67 68 



B 

Baitz, Edward, 1942 43 
Baker, Harmon, 1925 
Balachow. David, 1945 
Baldwin. Taylor. 1979 80 81-82 
Barton, Joseph. 1962 
Baumann, Joseph, 1946 
Baxter, Jeff. 1983 84 85 86 
Beamer, Francis, 1938 39 
Beatty, William, 1924 25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald, 1958 59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S., 1918 19 
Bias, Leonard, 1983 84 85-86 
Bilney, John. 1977 78 79 80 
Blank, Charles, 1970 71-72 
Blumberg, Norman, 1960-61 
Bodell. Robert, 1971-72-73 
Boland, Samuel, N/A 
Bosley. Robert, 1945 
Boston, Lawrence, 1976 77 78 
Bowie, William, 1936 37 
Boyd, Arthur. 1925-26-27 
Boyle, John, 1975-76 
Branch, Adrian, 1982 83-84 85 
Brawley. C. Lee, 1949 50 51 52 
Brayton, Neil. 1964 65-66 
Brenner, John, 1942 
Brooks. Ronald, 1952 53 54 
Brown, Darrell, 1971-72-73 
Brown, Owen, 1973 74-75 
Brown. William, 1946 47 48 
Bryant, Bernard, 1935 
Bryant. William, 193637 
Bryant, William. 1977-78 
Buckley. John, 1945 
Bunge, Al, 1958 59 60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph, 1924 25 
Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher. Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Butler. Jay, 1953 



Campbell. William, 1945 
Cardwell. Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Philip, 1963-64 65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962 63 
Carter, Harold. 1934 
Cartwright, Mark, 1972 
Chalmers. George, 193031 32 
Chalmers. Steve, 1945 
Chase, Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Clark, Jackie, 1964 65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth. 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983 84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connelly. Thomas. 1951 
Crawford. Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 



D 

Daly, Edward. 1935 
Danko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Dayis, Brad, 1975-76-77 
Davis, Michael, 1977-78 
Davis. Nick. 1956 57 58 
Day, S.E., 1913 
Dean. Thurston, 1927 28 29 
Darstyne, R.S.. 1914 
DeCosmo, Michael, 1964 65 
DeWilt. George, 1939-40 
Dickerson, Dauid. 1986-87 
Diffie. Granville. 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54 55 
Drescher. Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell, Charles, 1982-83 84 85 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
DuVall, Mearle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer, Harold, 1934 



Edwards, John, 1946 47 48 49 
Eicher, Robert, 1961 62 63 
Eiseman, John, 1918 19 
Elmore, Leonard, 1972-73-74 
Englebert. Erwin, 1944 
Ensor. Lionel, 1924 25 26 
Evans, Warren, 1933 
Evans, William, 1928-29-30 
Everett. Robert, 1953-54-55 



Faber. John, 1924-25 26-27 
Farmer, Edward, 1983 
Farrell, Shawn, 1978 
Fellows. Frank. 1951. 1953 
Fennell, E.O., 1944 
Ferguson, Scott. 1962-63 64 
Fetters. Robert, 1941 42 
Fern. Gustav. 1957 
Flowers, Jay, 1970 
Flynn, John, 1944-45 
Fothergill, Mark. 1980, 82-83 84 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1955 



Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gatlin, Keith, 1984 85-86 
Gaylor, Robert, 1929 30 
Gibson. Lawrence. 1976-77-78-79 
Gilbert, H.D., 1919 
Gilmore, Jack, 1941 
Gleasner, John. 1946 
Gordley, Larry, 1972 
Graham. Ernest, 1978 79 80 81 
Greco, Ralph, 1952 53 54 
Greenspan, Gerald, 1961-62-63 
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THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 





Athletic Department 



Mailing Address: 



Box 295 
College Park, 
20740 - 0295 



Maryland 



Telephone: (301) 454-4705 



ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE HOME 

Athletic Director— Lew Perkins 454-4705 

Associate AD— Kevin Weiberg 454-4705 441-2541 

Assistant AD— Dr. Gerald S. Gurney 454-2485 

Assistant AD— Jeff Hathaway 454-2641 441-3456 

Assistant AD— Gothard Lane 454-5854 535-0852 

Assistant AD— Robert Stumpff 454-6562 725-1533 

Faculty Chairperson— Dr. Betty F. Smith 454-5150 

Ticket Manager— Neal Eskin 454-2121 

Ed. Foundation— Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 277-5594 

C. "Lefty" Driesell 454-1504 622-3594 

M Club— Jack Flynn 454-5158 656-6721 

Director of Golf— William "Spider" Fry 454-2 13 1 434-3784 

COACHES - MEN 

Baseball— Jack Jackson 454-4041 577-6464 

Basketball— Bob Wade 454-2126(301) 655-9564 

Cross Country— Charles Torpey 454-4816 498-3816 

Football— Joe Krivak 454-2125 262-1490 

Golf— Fred Funk 454-2131 935-5064 

Lacrosse— Dick Edell 454-4328 442-5585 

Soccer— Alden Shattuck 454-6907 740-2392 

Swimming— Richard Curl 454-2756 670-0033 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 670-0952 

Track— Charles Torpey 454-4816 498-3816 

Wrestling— John McHugh 454-2652 530-1553 

COACHES - WOMEN 

Basketball— Chris Weller 454-5939 

Cross Country— Charles Torpey 454-4816 498-3826 

Field Hockey— Dr. Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Gymnastics— Bob Nelligan 454-7422 982-9253 

Lacrosse— Dr. Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Soccer— Hans Orthner 858-0626 

Swimming— Richard Curl 454-2756 670-0033 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 670-0952 

Track— Charles Torpey 454-4816 498-3816 

Volleyball— Barbara Drum 454-3090 345-8710 

STAFF 

Trainer— John J. Bush 454-4819 699-0039 

Assistant Trainers— Frank Grimaldi 454-4819 577-1054 

Bill Saylor 454-2126 

Jim Weir 454-4819 935-5233 

Sandy Worth 454-7418 345-4821 

Equipment Manager— Ron Fulton 454-2127 

Asst. Equip. Manager— Todd Goodman 454-2127 

Stadium Grounds— "Bunk" Carter 454-2825 725-4573 

Strength & Cond.— Frank Costello 454-6685 464-0498 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director— Jack Zane 454-2123 322-3265 

Assistant— Joe F. Blair 454-2123 589-6883 

Assistant— Debbie Russell 454-2123 

Secretary— Dee Stough 454-2123 




Dr. Betty F. Smith/Chairperson, Athletic Council 
Faculty Representative for Athletic Department 

Dr. Smith was appointed as Chair- 
person of the Athletic Council by Chan- 
cellor John Slaughter on June 1, 1985, 
succeeding Dr. Charles A. Taff, who had 
held the position since 1978. Slaughter's 
appointment made Dr. Smith the first 
female to hold such a position in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Dr. Smith came to Maryland in August, 
1970, as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Textiles 
and Consumer Economics, a position she holds today. Prior to 
joining the Maryland staff, she served as a member of the faculty 
of Cornell University. 

A native of Arkansas, Dr. Smith obtained her B.S. degree at 
the University of Arkansas in 1951. Six years later she received 
an M.S. degree from Tennessee, and was awarded her Ph.D. in 
Textiles from Minnesota. Dr. Smith earned a second Ph.D. in 
Biochemistry at Minnesota in 1965. 

In 1971, Dr. Smith was elected a fellow of the Textile Institute. 
She belongs to many professional societies, including the 
American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, the Fiber Society, and 
the American Economics Association. With approximately 70 
publications and papers from research in Textiles to her credit, 
Dr. Smith is also the co-author of the book Introduction to 
Textiles (Smith and I. Block), published by Prentice-Hall in 
1982. In 1984, Dr. Smith was named a distinguished Alumna of 
Southern University. Since coming to Maryland, she has served 
on many departments and College and University committees. 
When having time to relax from her heavy load of academic 
responsibilities, Dr. Smith is an avid golfer. 




Kevin Weiberg (Kansas State '78) 
Associate Athletic Director 

When Lew Perkins was named the 
Director of Athletics at Maryland, his first 
and foremost thoughts turned to choosing 
an Associate Athletic Director to assist 
him with the all-important responsibilities 
of establishing the proper priorities of 
setting up the many right ways to get 
started on his tasks involved in taking 
over a new Athletic Department program. 
He didn't have to search hard or long. His choice was in 
another office, just down the hallway, that of Kevin Weiberg. At 
Maryland, he will handle the day-to-day administration of the 
athletic department, just as he did at Wichita State. He served 
as Perkins' assistant athletic director, 1983-85, then was 
promoted to associate athletic director in January, 1986, a 
position he held until his decision to join the Maryland 
administrative staff. 

Among his major responsibilities at Wichita State was 
directing the Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization, 
(SASO), a $1 million annual support program for the Shocker 
athletics. 

Weiberg, 31, also was responsible for developing the overall 
marketing plan for the athletic department; supervising the 
ticket office and sports information operations; developing 
fund-raising efforts related to facility improvements and new 
athletics facility construction; scheduling contests in football 
and men's and women's basketball; negotiating radio and 
television contracts; developing athletic department annual 
budgets, particularly related to revenue projections; and monitor- 
ing daily department revenue expenditure reports. 



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He went to Wichita State in 1980 as sports information 
director, a position he held for three years before assuming the 
title of assistant director under Athletic Director Lew Perkins. 
Weiberg worked as sports information director at Wayne State 
College in Nebraska for a year prior to joining the staff at 
Wichita State. 

A native of Anthony, Kan., Weiberg earned his degree in 
education from Kansas State University in 1978 and received 
his master's degree in athletic administration from Western 
Illinois University in 1979. 

Weiberg and his wife, Susan, have a daughter, Erika. 




Dr. Gerald S. Gurney (The Ohio State University 73) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Dr. Gerald S. Gurney serves as As- 
sistant Athletic Director for the depart- 
ment's Academic Support Unit and holds 
additional departmental compliance office 
duties. 

As the director of academic support, 
Dr. Gurney is in charge of developing a 
nationally recognized comprehensive 
and academic support system to assist 
Terrapin student-athletes with their degree plans. He provides 
leadership and administrative direction to the unit's outstanding 
academic counselors and support staff. Gurney also is the 
athletic department's primary academic liaison with the 
Maryland faculty, staff and administrators. 

Dr. Gurney joined the Maryland staff in September, 1987, 
after eight years tenure at Southern Methodist University and 
Iowa State University where he headed some of the most 
successful athletic academic support programs in the country. 
His credentials include a Ph.D. from Iowa State University, 
1980, in higher education administration. He received an M.A. 
in counseling and student personnel work and a B.S. in English 
education, both from The Ohio State University. 

Other professional experiences include being an academic 
adviser and personal counselor at Grinell College and working 
for two years at the Iowa State counseling service. His writings 
have been published in several professional journals on the 
subjects of vocational psychology and the student-athlete. Dr. 
Gurney has also served as the editor of the Academic Athletic 
Journal. 

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Gurney was a two sport 
standout at Cleveland Heights High School. He played football 
and wrestled at Heidelberg College (Ohio) before transferring 
to Ohio State. With that athletic background, Dr. Gurney 
understands the time demands and pressures on student- 
athletes. 

Dr. Gurney said, "The Maryland program of academic 
support is not only concerned with the student-athletes' 
eligibility, but their progress toward obtaining a college degree. 
The University of Maryland has the firm commitment to offer 
their student-athletes every opportunity to become successful 
graduates. The University backs this commitment with pro- 
grams to improve the learning skills of student-athletes and 
offer them every opportunity for an education to last a lifetime." 
Dr. Gurney and his wife, Debra, have a daughter, Rachel, age 
3. 






Jeff Hathaway (Maryland '81) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

a Jeff Hathaway assumed the duties of 

assistant athletic director in 1986, re- 
placing Frank Gray, who retired after 
serving in many capacities at Maryland 
since 1943. 

Hathaway had previously served as 
business manager. After graduating from 
Maryland, he went directly to the Chicago 
White Sox, where he served as director 
of community relations. While with the White Sox, Hathaway 
arranged all public appearances and speaking engagements for 
players in 1981 and 1982. He came to Maryland as an 
undergraduate from DeMatha High, where he served as 
basketball manager and assistant trainer for coach Morgan 
Wooten. Hathaway also acted as student trainer for two years 
with the Maryland basketball team, and for two years with the 
football team. 

Hathaway did his public relations internship with the 
Washington Redskins during their 1980 training camp, under 
the tutelage of current assistant sports information director Joe 
Blair. He received his B.S. in Athletic Administration through 
the Individual Studies program. Hathaway is a certified 
emergency medical technician. 



Thomas M. Fields (Maryland '42) 
Executive Director Educational Foundation 

Col. Tom Fields has served as execu- 
tive director of the Maryland Educational 
Foundation since 1970, when he retired 
as a Colonel in the United States Marine 
Corps. 

During the last year, the funds gen- 
erated by the Educational Foundation 
totaled more than $2.6 million. The 
membership of the Terrapin Club has 
expanded to 3,805 with 110 lifetime members ($10,000 contri- 
bution), 176 Super Terrapins ($2,500 annual contribution) 535 
Diamondbackers ($1,500 annual contribution) and 689 Gold 
Members ($750 annual contribution). 

More than 50 percent of all contributors did not attend 
Maryland, but all are strong supporters of the university, the 
NCAA, and the principles of competition. 

The funds provided by the foundation have enabled the 
Terps to develop one of the best women's athletic programs in 
the nation. All funds go to scholarships; the scholarship 
programs for the female athletes is equal to the program for 
men's non-revenue sports. 

Fields was a track star for the Terps as an undergraduate and 
helped lead Maryland to one of its finest days ever at the Penn 
Relays, as the Terps won three Championship of America 
relays. During World War II, Fields served in combat on 
Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, Bouganville, and Iwo Jima. He also 
served in Korea and Vietnam. At the time of his retirement from 
the Corps, Fields was Deputy Director of Information, Head- 
quarters, Marine Corps. 



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Gothard Lane (Randolph-Macon '71) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

^^^^ Gothard Lane assumed the duties of 

^Pi^^^^ assistant athletic director for non- 

m revenue sports in March, 1982. 

I ,j» <^ ■ He began his career at Maryland in 

1973, when he was hired by football 

_, _ t coach Jerry Claiborne as a defensive 

backfield coach, a job he held for four 

">r years. From 1977 to 1982, Lane held the 

^ position of administrative assistant to the 

director of athletics, and director of recruiting. 

As assistant AD, Lane holds administrative responsibility for 
all men's and women's non-revenue sports. 



Robert T. Stumpff (Maryland '68) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

B^^^^ Bob Stumpff returned to the Terrapin 

^fi^^^^\ athletic department in July, 1980, as 

assistant athletic director for business 
affairs. He now supervises the game-day 
activities of Byrd Stadium and Cole Field 
House and is responsible for the daily 
operation of all athletic facilities, including 
security and scheduling. 

Stumpff came to Maryland from Lewis- 
town, Pa., where he was on the wrestling and track teams. As 
an undergraduate at Maryland, he was manager of the wrestling 
team before receiving his degree in Transportation Adminis- 
tration in June, 1968. Upon graduation, he was named adminis- 
trative assistant to the director of athletics, Jim Kehoe. From 
September, 1969 to July, 1980, Stumpff served as associate 
director of the Maryland Student Union. He is a 1978 graduate 
of the University of Kentucky's College of Business Manage- 
ment Institute. 

Since 1970, Stumpff has been a member of the Board of 
Governors of the M Club and is presently an advisor to the 
Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Stumpff is also a 
member of the College of Athletic Business Managers As- 
sociates. 



Woodrow (Woody) Williams (Morgan State '64) 
Administrative Assistant 

As administrative assistant, Williams 
will coordinate Cole Field House practice 
and game schedules, coordinate game 
day setup for men's and women's basket- 
ball and coordinate all travel arrange- 
ments for men's basketball. 

He will serve as liaison between the 
men's basketball coaching staff and 
athletic department administration as 
well as other University administrative personnel and "will be 
assigned additional athletic department duties. 

Williams is a graduate of Morgan State University, receiving 
his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education in 1964 and a 
Master of Science in Physical Education in 1974. 

He was born in Philadelphia, June 20, 1942 and attended 
Glassboro, NJ, High School, graduating in 1960. He enrolled at 
Morgan State in 1960. 

Since his graduation from Morgan State in 1964, Williams 
devoted 22 years to the Baltimore City Public School System . 
He joined the Physical Education staff at Edmondston Senior 
High in 1965 as a teacher and coach and developed champion- 
ship teams in football, track, swimming and basketball. He 
moved to Lake Clifton in 1979 and continued to develop 
championship teams in track, football and basketball. He 
taught Physical Education and was the Department Head and 






served as Lake Clifton's Athletic Director. He was selected 
basketball Coach of the Year in 1975 by the Baltimore Sun and 
football Coach of the Year in 1980. He was a member of the 
coaching staff for the McDonald's Capital Classic, 1983; the 
Dapper Dan All-American game, 1983; and the McDonald's 
All-American game in Los Angeles, 1984. 

During the summer years, 1974-82, he served as field 
supervisor in the Mayor's Office of Manpower Resource. 

He married Beverly Brown in 1966. They have a daughter, 
Lanaya, age 11. 



John W. Zane (Maryland '60) 
Sports Information Director 

Entering his 19th year as sports infor- 
mation director at Maryland and his 28th 
year in sports information, Jack Zane 
-^# rv »v>-— , was accorded the highest honor in his 
field last summer, when he was selected 
to the CoSIDA Hall of Fame by past 
members of the Hall. 

Zane returned to Maryland in August, 
1969, after serving as SID at The George 
Washington University for six years. He received his degree in 
Journalism from Maryland in February, 1960, after serving as 
student assistant to Joe Blair for three years. He served as 
Blair's full-time assistant for two years after graduation. While at 
Maryland, Zane was the first executive sports editor of the 
Diamondback, SMC of Pi Kappa Alpha and a member of the 
Sigma Delta Chi journalism fraternity. 

He served seven years as a member of the NCAA Public 
Relations Committee and one year as a member of the NCAA 
public relations/promotions committee. Zane has been a 
member of CoSIDA for 27 years, and was elevated to the 
Presidency of CoSIDA at the 1985 meeting in Boston. Zane is 
also a member of the Football, Basketball and Baseball Writers 
of America, the Maryland Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, the 
Atlantic Coast Conference Sportswriters and the Washington, 
D.C. Touchdown Club, as well as a Diamondback Member of 
the Terrapin Club. 

A graduate of Southern (Harwood) High in Lothion, Zane is a 
native of Maryland and served 4J£ years in the Navy before 
enrolling at Maryland. He is married to the former Judy Allen of 
Fayetteville, W. Va. and a graduate of The George Washington 
University. 



Joseph F. Blair (Missouri '50) 
Assistant Sports Information Director 

Joe Blair returned to Maryland in 
August, 1983, where he began his public 
relations career 33 years before. He 
served as sports information director at 
Maryland for 13 years before joining the 
Washington Redskins as public relations 
director and head of media relations. 

He has worked with the NFL Players 
Association, assisted at Maryland and 
served as a consultant for the U.S. Football League Washington 
Federals during his 37 years in the area. 

Joe spent a total of 18 years with the Redskins, retiring after 
earning his Super Bowl ring in 1982, when the Redskins 
defeated the Miami Dolphins. He has worked with a National 
Championship team at Maryland (1953) and served as an 
assistant to the NFL at 12 Super Bowls. The "Blair Lounge" at 
the nearby Ledo restaurant was named after him in 1956. 

In returning to Maryland four years ago, Blair rejoined Jack 
Zane, whom he lured to the field as a Maryland student. He 
served as Best Man at Zane's 1966 wedding. A product of the 
Missouri School of Journalism, Blair is a veteran of World War 
II (Air Force) and a native of Freeport, Pa. 




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Frank Costello (Maryland '68) 
Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Frank Costello assumed the position 
as assistant to the athletic director in 
1981, and is in charge of the strength and 
conditioning program for the entire 
athletic department. 

No stranger to Maryland, Costello was 
an All- America high jumper for the Terps 
from 1965-1968 and served as assistant 
track coach for six years after graduation. 
He was named head track coach in 1974, a position he held for 
seven years. He developed several world-class track starts, 
including world record holder hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah. 

Costello came to Maryland as the New Jersey high jump 
champion and record holder in 1963, and was undefeated in 
ACC, IC4A and NCAA competition in 1965, winning both 
NCAA titles. While competing with Maryland, he also won 
seven titles in the Penn Relays, the Milrose Games, the Eastern 
European Championships, the Southern Hemisphere Games 
and the French National Championship. He was ranked third in 
the world in 1966. 

In addition to coaching track and field, Costello has published 
several articles on training techniques. He served as a con- 
ditioning consultant for the NFL's Green Bay Packers from 
1977-80, and has served as high jump coach for the Olympic 
Development Program. 




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5151 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. 
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Harvey Smilovitz 

WMAL (ABC) 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, D.C. 20015 
Johnny Holliday, Ken Beatrice 

WCAO (ABC) 

8001 Park Heights Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
Bob Bartel 



WBAL (CBS) 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
Jeff Rimer, Stan White 

WFBR (ABC) 

13 E. 20th St. 
Baltimore, MD 21218 
Doug Vair 

WFMD (Independent) 

P.O. Box 151 

Frederick, MD 21701 
Steve Melewski 

WMUC (Campus Radio) 

Box 99 — Univ. of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 
Joe Tollison 



The Washington Post 

1150 15th St., N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20071 
(202) 334-7350 

Sports Editor: George Solomon 
Beat Writer: Dave Sell 

Baltimore Morning Sun 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 
Baltimore, MD 21203 
(301) 332-6123 
Sports Editor: Marty Kaiser 
Beat Writer: Donald Markus 

Baltimore Evening Sun 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 
Baltimore, MD 21203 
(301)332-6418 

Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 
Beat Writer: Molly Dunham, 
Doug Brown 

The Washington Times 

3600 New York Ave., N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20002 
(202) 636-3251 

Sports Editor: Michael Keating 
Beat Writer: Dave Elfin 

Prince George's Journal 

9426 Annapolis Rd. 

Lanham, MD 20706 

(301)459-3131 

Beat Writers: Pete Bielski, 

Chris Howland 

The Diamondback 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 
(301) 454-4325 
Sports Editor: Tom Sinclair 
Beat Writer: Dave Grening 

Montgomery Journal 

5721 Randolph Rd. 
Rockville, MD 20852 
(301) 984-5995 

Beat Writers: Mark O'Hara, 
Mark Tosh 



Frederick News-Post 

200 E. Patrick St. 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

Sports Editor: Stan Goldberg 

Beat Writer: Stan Goldberg 

Hagersfoo>n Morning Herald 

100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301) 733-5131 
Sports Editor: Doug Dull 
Beat Writer: Doug Dull 

Hagerstoifn Daily Mail 

100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301) 733-5131 
Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 
Beat Writer: Larry Yanos 

Annapolis Evening Capital 

213 West St. 

Annapolis, MD 21404 

(301) 268-5000 

Sports Editor: Joe Gross 

Beat Writer: Brett Friedlander 

Cumberland Times 

7-9 Mechanic St. 
Cumberland, MD 21502 
(301) 722-4600 
Sports Editor: Jim Day 

Salisbury Times-Square 

P.O. Box 1937 

Salisbury, MD 21801 

(301)749-7171 

Sports Editor: Rick Cullen 

Easton Star-Democrat 

1 Airport Drive 
Easton, MD 21601 
(301) 822-1500 



Carroll County Times 

201 Railroad Ave. 
P.O. Box 346 
Westminster, MD 21157 
(301) 848-4400 



Wire Services: 



Associated Press/ 
Tim Liotta 

222 St. Paul Place 
Baltimore, MD 21202 
(301) 539-3524 



United Press International/ 
Will Dunham 

1400 Eye St., N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20015 
(202) 898-8000 



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THE VOICES OF TERRAPIN BASKETBALL: 

Johnny Holliday and Greg Manning 



The most versatile broadcaster in 
Washington is WMAL's Johnny Holliday. 
His play-by-play coverage of the Maryland 
basketball and football games on WMAL 
have earned him the title as "Voice of the 
Terrapins." This is his ninth year as the 
Terps' play-by-play man. The analyst 
commentary will be handled by former 
Terrapin star, 1977-81, Greg Manning for 
the third year. 

Holliday hosts the Maryland Coaches 
Corner on Television with Bob Wade and 
Joe Krivak. He also hosts the Redskins 
Review for Home Team Sports, does 
play-by-play of other college games as 
well as the Washington Bullet games for 
HTS. 

Johnny's sports reports are heard 
weekday mornings on WMAL, and on 
the ABC Information Network mornings 
and afternoons across the country. He 
hosts the WMAL stadium show before 
each Redskin game, home and away. His 
morning shows are heard on the city's 
highest rated morning show, the Harden 
and Weaver Show. 

He has been selected by the ABC radio 
network to anchor the Winter and 
Summer 1988 Olympics. 



In spite of his busy schedule, Johnny 
still finds time to participate in a variety of 
community services for which he has 
been honored by Washingtonian Maga- 
zine as "Washingtonian of the Year." His 
Radio Wonders Celebrity basketball 
teams have raised more than a million 
dollars over the years for local charities. 
He can be seen in the off-season at the 
Harlequin Dinner Theater where this 
season he starred in the highly acclaimed 
premiere of 42nd Street. 

Johnny and his wife, Mary Clare, are 
the parents of three daughters, Kellie, 27, 
is in her fourth year of medical school in 
Philadelphia. Tracie, 24, is a nurse in 
Neonatology at the University of Virginia 
Hospital. Moira, 8, is in the third grade at 
Stone Ridge Country Day School of the 
Sacred Heart. 

Greg Manning's two-years as color 
commentator has been an exceptionally 
strong one. The former Terp guard is the 
school's all-time leader in career free 
throw percentage (85.8 percent), ranks 
second in career field goal percentage 
(58.3) and seventh among all-time scorers 
(1,561 points). During his four years as a 
player, the Terps posted a 79-42 record, 




Johnny Holliday 

advanced to the NCAA Tournament 
twice and advanced to the ACC Tourna- 
ment Championship game twice. 

Manning is one of only a handful of 
players in Terp history to average double- 
figure point totals for four straight sea- 
sons. He is also the only player in ACC 
history to lead the conference in both 
field goal and free throw percentage, a 
feat he accomplished in the 1979-80 
season. He averaged 13.2 points per 
game throughout his four-year career. 




THE WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE FLAGSHIP STATIONS 



WMAL 

WMAL Originates Terrapin Basketball and Football 



radio 11 

WBflL 

Baltimore's NEWS-TALK Station. 



WBAL, With its 50,000 Watt Output, is on the Basketball 
Network, and also Originates Terp Football 



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