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MARYLAND BASKETBALL 91-92 




Making The Point: 
M-America candidate 
Walt Williams 



MAKING THE POINT 



For two seasons Walt 
Williams has made The 
Point. 

The Point: it is 
possible for a 6-8 forward 
to play and excel at point 
guard. After less than 
two seasons at the point, 
he now is considered 
among the best 
playmakers m the 
country. 

The Point: there is a 
place for honoring 
commitments and 
obligations in today's 
sports world. Despite the 
opportunities, and even 
suggestions by many, 
that he transfer or leave 
school for the NBA, 
Williams has made it a 



point to stay at Maryland 
through his senior 
season. 

In 1991-92, Williams 
plans to Make The Point 
that he is a legitimate 
All- America candidate, 
and likely Lottery pick in 
next year's NBA Draft. 
He certainly made the 
point this summer when 
he was one of only 12 
U.S. amateurs to earn a 
spot on the USA Pan 
American Team. He 
started every game for 
the bronze medal- 
winning Americans, 
averaging 10.9 points 
and leading the team in 
steals. 

At 6-8 and a beefed-up 
219 pounds, Williams 
may be the biggest, most 



versatile point guard in 
the country. He can stick 
the outside jumper, has 
superior quickness to 
almost all players his 
size, and can make the 
difficult pass appear 
routine. 

Because of the 
magical things he 
seemingly does with the 
ball, his teammates early 
on dubbed him "The 
Wizard." As the Terps 
take to the road this 
season from New York to 
Florida and west to 
Arizona, keep an eye on 
the "Wiz" as he 
continues to "Point" 
toward becoming the 
first Maryland AU- 
American since 1986. 



WELCOME TO MARYLAND 



Before Your Visit 

Game credentials are 
issued through the 
sports information office. 
Ivan Meltzer will 
coordinate the 
distribution of 
credentials and he asks 
that requests be made in 
writing on company 
letterhead at least four 
days prior to the game. It 
IS perfectly acceptable to 
relay a credential request 
via fax. Our fax number 
IS (301) 314-9094. When a 
request is received well 
in advance, the 
credential and an 
appropriate parking pass 
will be mailed to the 
media representative. 

Photographers, too, 
need to make their 
requests for credentials 
at least four days in 
advance. Again, faxed 
requests are fine. 
Photographers should 
note that the Cole Field 
House lights are color 
balanced for daylight. An 



exposure setting of /250 
at f2.8 has been found to 
work well with ASA 400 
film and normal 
processing. On occasion, 
strobe lights can be 
installed in Cole; 
however, arrangements 
must be made with Ivan 
at least two weeks in 
advance of the game and 
space is available on a 
first come, first served 
basis. 

Telephone lines can 
be ordered for courtside 
seats by contacting 
Karen Donaldson at C&P 
Telephone Company at 
(301) 852-9900. After 
receiving your C&P order 
number, contact Dan 
Giffm of the athletic 
department facilities 
office at (301) 314-7126 
and he will arrange to 
have your line installed 
at your seat location. 
Telephones must be 
ordered at least two 
weeks in advance. 



General Interview 
Policy 

Interviews with 
student-athletes must 
be arranged through the 
sports information office. 
Either Ivan, Joe Blair or 
Herb Hartnett will be 
happy to set up one- 
on-one interviews. They 
do request, however, 24 
hours advance notice to 
insure the student- 
athlete's availability. 
This one-day notice 
policy also holds for brief 
pre-practice interviews. 
The student-athletes' 
class schedules vary 
daily and often particular 
individuals are not 
available prior to 
practice. In those 
instances, student- 
athletes will be made 
available after practice. 
Student-athletes wiU 
return phone calls when 
requested. Their home 
phone numbers will not 
be distributed. 
Interviews will not be 



WELCOME TO MARYLAND 



arranged through the 
basketball office. 

Interviews with 
Coach Gary Williams 

also should be arranged 
in advance through the 
sports information office. 
Coach Williams typically 
returns phone calls in the 
early afternoon hours. 
Coach will make himself 
available for brief 
interviews on the court 
each day prior to 
practice. 

Coach Williams also is 
available each Tuesday, 
beginning December 31, 
from 11:40 -11:50 a.m. 
as part of the ACC 
Coaches' 
Teleconference. 
Members of the media 
wishing to join the 
teleconference should 
dial (703) 276-4310. 

Practices are open to 
the media with few 
exceptions. The team 
generally practices from 
3 to 6 p.m. Monday 
through Friday. Weekend 
practice schedules vary 
and if media 
representatives wish to 
come out on weekends 
they should contact the 
sports information office 
ahead of time. Still and 
electronic photographers 
are welcome provided 
they do not interfere 
with practice. 

Game Day 

Press Parking will 
return to the concourse 
of Byrd Stadium this 
season now that the 
renovation of the 
stadium is complete. 
Access to the concourse 
is through the North 
Gate on the opposite side 
of the stadium from the 
press box. Access is via 
pass only. 

Press credentials that 
were not mailed are left 
at will call at the press 
entrance located at the 
back door of Cole Field 
House inside the service 
parking area on Stadium 
Drive. 



There is a working 
press room one level 
above the court m the 
refurbished press 
lounge. Pre-game and 
halftime food and 
beverage service is 
available in the lounge, 
as are all pre-game 
notes, media guides and 
auxiliary media 
information. 

Press seating is 
located along the west 
sideline of the court. 
Photographers' floor 
access is governed by 
Atlantic Coast 
Conference policy. 



Photographers, both still 
and electronic, must 
shoot from the baselines 
at the Northwest 
(Maryland team bench 
end/press row side) and 
Southeast corners of the 
court. When the visiting 
team does not travel with 
cheerleaders, the 
Southwest side will be 
open to photographers as 
well. Please note that 
only game 
photographers - no 
assistants, producers, 
runners, etc. - will have 
access to the 
photography areas. 



TERRAPIN GAME DAYS 



Saturday, November 23 

at Cole Field House 
Mount St. Mary's, 8 p.m. 
Tuesday, November 26 
at Cole Field House 
Maryland-Eastern Shore, 
8 p.m. 

Saturday, November 30 
at Cole Field House 
American, 1 p.m. 
Wednesday, December 4 
at E. Rutherford, NJ 
Providence, 7 p.m. 
Saturday, December 7 
at Cole Field House 
West Virginia, 1 p.m. 
Tuesday, December 10 
at Louisville, 8 p.m. 
Saturday, December 21 
at Cole Field House 
Towson State, 1 p.m. 
Monday, December 23 
at Cole Field House 
Rider College, 8 p.m. 
Saturday, December 28 
at Fiesta Bowl Classic 
Tucson, AZ 

Monday, December 30 
at Fiesta Bowl Classic 
Sunday, January 5 
at Georgia Tech, 1:30 p.m. 
Wednesday, January 8 
at Cole Field House 
Duke, 9 p.m. 
Saturday, January 11 
atN.C. State, 7:30 p.m. 
Monday, January 13 
at North Carolina, 7:30 p.m. 



Saturday, January 18 

at Cole Field House 
Florida State, 1:30 p.m. 
Wednesday, January 22 
at Cole Field House 
Wake Forest, 8 p.m. 
Saturday, January 25 
at Cole Field House 
Clemson, 12:30 p.m. 
Wednesday, January 29 
at Virginia, 7:30 p.m. 
Wednesday, February 5 
at Florida State, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, February 9 
at Cole Field House 
Georgia Tech, 4 p.m. 
Thursday, February 13 
at Cole Field House 
N.C. State, 8 p.m. 
Thursday, February 20 
at Duke, 8 p.m. 
Saturday, February 22 
at Clemson, 7 p.m. 
Tuesday, February 25 
at Cole Field House 
UNC-Greensboro, 8 p.m. 
Sunday, March 1 
at Cole Field House 
North Carolina, 1 p.m. 
Thursday, March 5 
at Wake Forest, 9 p.m. 
Saturday, March 7 
at Cole Field House 
Virginia, 4 p.m. 
Thursday-Sunday, 
March 12-15 
at ACC Tournament 
Charlotte, NC 



Post-game coaches 
interviews are held in 
the cozy basketball film 
room, adjacent to the 
Maryland lockerroom. 
Coaches from both 
competing teams are 
brought to the interview 
area. Maryland's Coach 
Williams will be brought 
to the interview area 
immediately after he 
delivers a few brief 
remarks to his team, and 
he will be followed by 
the opponent's coach. 
The Maryland 
lockerroom is open to all 
credentialed media for a 



brief period immediately 
after Coach Williams 
concludes his comments 
to the media. The 
visiting team's 
lockerroom access policy 
IS determined by officials 
of that school. 

Statistics packets, 
including running play- 
by-play, first half and 
final boxscores and post- 
game coaches quotes are 
compiled following every 
Maryland game and 
made available to the 
media both at press row 
and m the media lounge. 




MARYLAND SPORTS INFORMATION 

Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, MD 20741-0295 
Shipping Address 
Cole Field House 
Room 1112 
Campus Drive 
CoUege Park, MD 20740 
Main Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 
Office Fax: (301) 314-9094 
Director: Herb Hartnett 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7066 
Home Phone: (301) 730-8824 
Assistant Director/Basketball Contact: Ivan Meltzer 
Office Phone (301) 314-7062 
Home Phone (301) 935-5267 
Assistant Director: Joe Blair 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7063 
Home Phone: (301) 589-6883 
Assistant Director: Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7065 
Home Phone: (301) 890-9671 
Secretary: Dee Stough 

Students: Tim Dennis, Amy Farnum, David Cell, 
David Kushner, Sean Manion 



WELCOME TO MARYLAND 




TERP TABLE 



On the Covers: Front cover 
(L-R) Garfield Smith, Matt 
Downing, Vince Broadnax, 
and Walt Williams. Kevin 
McLinton and Head Coach 
Gary Williams are featured 
on the back cover. Evers 
Burns is pictured on the 
inside back cover. 

The Maryland Men's 
Basketball Media Guide was 
written and edited by Ivan 
Meltzer. Editorial assistance 
and recommendations 
provided by the entire sports 
information staff - Herb 
Hartnett, joe f. blair. Chuck 
Walsh and Dee Stough. 
Special thanks to the sports 
information student staff - 
Sean Manion, Tim Dennis, 
Amy Famum, David Kushner 
and Scott Peyser - who 
always took time work on 
seaions of this project, 
regardless of pressing class 
commitments. Layout and 
design by Dave Pfieffer of 
Presstar Prmting, Inc., who 
after four years of work with 
the athletic department still 
manages to impress and 
amaze with every project. 
The media guide was printed 
at Colonial Lithograph m 
Attleboro, Mass., whose 
owner Charlie Guillette 
continues to show more 
patience with the SID office 
than It rightfully deserves. 
Special thanks also to Cathy 
La Salandra, Dave Redding, 
Michelle Pereira, Craig 
Jordan, Roger Boucher and 
Paul Mendes of Colonial 
Litho. The sports information 
office IS indebted to several 
photographers whose work 
appears in this publication - 
Katie Zemhelt, Edwin 
Mahan, Bruce Schwartzman, 
Lars Gelfan, Larry Crouse, 
Mitchell Layton, Jeff 
Fishbem, Brian Lewis, Phil 
Masturzo, and Dave Yoblick. 
As always, the sports 
information office is mdebted 
to the University's Paula 
Mandelman for her 
assistance. 



Meet the Terps 

Wayne Bristol 18 

Vince Broadnax 6-7 

Evers Bums 8-9 

Matt Dovming 10-11 

Frank Horton 18 

Chris Kerwin 19 

Kevin McLinton 12-13 

Alan Rainge 19 

Kurtis Shultz 20 

Garfield Smith 14-15 

Geno Soto 20 

Mike Thibeault 16-17 

John Walsh 21 

Walt Williams 4-5 

Joe Wootten 21 

Team Picture/Roster 22 

The Coaching Staff 

Top Terp Gary Williams 24-25 

Terp Assistant Billy Hahn 26 

Terp Assistant Art Perry 27 

Terp Assistant Corey Gavitt 28 

Terp Assistant James Patsos 28 

Admmistrative Assistant Peter Sauer 28 

Managers 40 

Medical Staff 38 

Strength & Conditioning Staff 39 

This is Maryland 

Academic Support 42 

Athletic Director Andy Geiger 37 

Board of Regents '. 36 

Campus Administration 36 

Cole Field House 30-31 

President 36 

Terp Media 108 

Terp Radio 107 

Terp Support 40-41 

Terp Traditons 44 

University at College Park 32-24 

Banner Terps 

Len Elmore 52-53 

Tom McMillen 54-55 

Gene Shue 56-57 

Buck Williams 58 



History Making Terps 

ACC Award-Winning Terps 48-49 

ACC Tournament History 46 

All-Americans 60-61 

Former Terps-Where Are They Now? 64 

NCAA Tournament History 47 

NIT History 47 

Team Award Winners 62-63 

Terp Lettermen 65-66 

Terp Olympians 50 

Terps in the NBA 59 

The Opponents 

ACC Composite Schedule 78 

American 68 

Arizona 68 

Clemson 69 

Duke 69 

EvansviUe 70 

Florida State 70 

Georgia Tech 71 

Louisville 71 

Maryland-Eastern Shore 72 

Mount St. Mary's 72 

North Carolina 73 

North Carolina-Greensboro 73 

North Carolina State 74 

Providence 74 

Rider 75 

Rutgers 75 

Towson State 76 

Virginia 76 

Wake Forest 77 

West Virginia 77 

Terp Record Book 

lOO-Point Games 93 

1990-91 Final Season Stats 80 

1990-91 Final ACC Stats 80 

1990-91 Game Results 81 

1990-91 Game Highs 81 

1990-91 Game-by-Game Statistics 82 

1990-91 Individual Pts.-Rebs.-Asst 81 

1991 Final ACC Standings & Stats 92-93 

AU-Time Terp Coaching Records 99 

Individual Records 83-85 

Maryland Year-by-Year Stats 88 

Miscellaneous Records 86 

Opponent Year-by-Year Stats 89 

Season Leaders 90-91 

Team Records 87 

Terps vs. AU Opponents 94-98 

Year-by-Year Terp Results 100-105 

Wire Service Rankings 106 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE WALT WILLIAMS 




#42 

Senior, Guard 

6-8,219 

Temple Hills, 

Maryland 



At Maryland - He may be the most versatile player 
in the country, an attribute that makes him a certain 
All-America candidate ... that versatility earned him a 
starting spot for the United States National Team 
during this summer's Pan American Games in Havana 
... he can play any position on the floor, but has 
become one of the country's most intriguing players 
because of his ability at the point ... he handles the 
ball with an effortless skill, has an explosive first step 
to the basket and causes opponents' guards all sorts 
of defensive trouble ... he distributes the ball adeptly 
and is continually finding more range on his jumper ... 
at the Pan Am Games, he averaged 10.9 points a 
game and led the USA in scoring in two games ... he 
also led the team in steals with 17, and dished for 10 
assists in the seven-game tournament ... As a Junior 
— He played in 17 games, starting 14 ... an all-star 
season was cut short after 14 games when he 
fractured his left fibula m a game against Duke and 
was lost for six weeks (11 games) ... when he was in 
the line-up, however, he was spectacular ... he scored 
in double figures 14 times, hitting for 20 points or 
more 10 times and 30 points twice ... his end of the 
year statistics line read: 18.7 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 5.4 apg, 1.5 
spg ... he electrified the Madison Square Garden 
crowd at the 1990 ECAC Holiday Festival in 
December by averaging 28 points, eight rebounds and 
5.5 assists in two games, leading Maryland to the title 
... he was the unanimous choice for Tournament Most 
Valuable Player ... in the semifinals against Rutgers, 
he scored a tournament-best 30 points, which 
included a 60-foot, three-point heave that beat the 
halftime buzzer ... he led the team in scoring 11 times 
and m rebounding five times ... he dished for seven or 
more assists in a game seven times, including a 
career-high 11 at N.C. State in the next to last game of 
the year ... he returned from his injury in dramatic 
fashion late m the season against Wake Forest ... with 
13:32 to play against the Deacons and Maryland 
down by four, Williams entered the game to the 



frenzied applause of a sold-out Cole Field House ... 
less than a minute later, he scored a layup to tie the 
game, then had a huge three-pointer with the shot 
clock running out to ice the win ... he finished the 
game with seven points and a rebound ... two games 
later, in the season finale against Virginia, he led the 
team in scoring with 21 points as Maryland took an 
upset, 78-74 overtime win at Charlottesville ... As a 
Sophomore - He played m all 33 games, starting 
31 ... he scored in double figures in 23 games, 
including the last five consecutive games of the 
season ... but he did so much more than just score for 
the Terps ... he ranked among the ACC's top 20 
individuals in five statistical categories - free throw 
percentage (7th), steals (6th), assists (8th), blocks 
(10th) and scoring (20th) ... he was the only ACC 
player to rank in the league's top 10 in assists, steals 
and blocks ... he shot 80 percent from the floor (8 of 
10) against North Carolina, 70 percent (7 of 10) 
against Georgia Tech and shot 60 percent or better 
from the field eight times ... he had one of his best 
games as a collegian against North Carolina in Cole 
Field House (Jan. 10, 1990), when he scored a career- 
high 33 points and dished for a then-career-best nine 
assists ... his shooting that night was phenomenal as 
he went 8 of 10 from the floor, 4 of 4 from three-point, 
and 13 of 14 from the line ... he also set his career-high 
for rebounds during the season, with 1 1 against 
Clemson ... overall, he led the team in scoring four 
times and in rebounding twice ... As a Freshman — 
He played in 26 games, starting 12 and averaged 7.3 
points and 3.5 rebounds a game - both fourth best on 
the team ... as a starter, he upped those averages to 
9.7 points and 4.9 boards ... he scored in double 
figures eight times, including the first five games in 
which he was a starter ... he saw playing time at both 
guard and both forward positions during the year ... 
he missed three games in the middle of the season 
with a broken finger ... High School — Played at 
nearby Crossland High School ... he averaged 22 



CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR 

1990-91 

ACC 



19B9-90 
ACC 
1988-89 
ACC 



GP 

17 
7 
33 
14 
26 
12 



FGMFGA 
109-243 
36-93 
143-296 
73-143 
76-170 
34-80 



PCT 
,449 
,376 
,483 
,511 
,441 
,426 



3PM-3PA 
28-95 
10-38 
30-67 
17-31 
7-27 
0-9 



PCT 
.295 
.263 
.448 
.548 
,259 
,000 



FTM-FTA 
72-86 
26-31 

104-134 
59-73 
33-53 
18-24 



PCT 
-837 
.839 
.776 
.808 
,623 
,750 



AS 
91 
32 
149 
79 
66 
36 



TO 

70 
20 
125 
64 
77 
32 



BK 

6 

1 

34 
14 
13 

5 



ST 

25 
5 

57 
24 
33 
14 



PF-DQ 
51-2 
17-0 
115-7 
49-4 
76-7 
39-4 



OR-DR 
23-63 
7-25 
41-97 
22-67 
31-61 
11-23 



RBS-AVG 

86-5.1 
32-4.6 
138-4.2 
79-5.6 
92-3.6 
34-2,8 



PTSAVG 

318-18.7 
106-15.1 
420-12.7 
222-15-9 
190-7.3 
86-7.2 



TOTALS 76 327-709 .461 65-189 .343 209-273 .765 306 266 53 115 24216 95-221 318-4.1 92812.2 



ACC 



33 



142-316 .449 



27-78 



.346 103-128 .804 147 116 20 43 



105-8 40-105 145-4.4 414-12.5 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



points, 10 rebounds, five assists, five blocks and four 


























steals as a senior in 1987-88 


...in his three years 


of 




GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 














varsity ball, Crossland had a 


combined record of 71-7 


1989-90 
























and enjoyed three straight trips 


to the state 








Game 

Del. St. 


FG-FGA 

5-11 


3P-3PA 

1-1 


FT-FTA PTS 

0-2 11 


OR-TR 

1-3 


PF 

3 


A 

2 


TO BLK STL MN 

3 1 3 23 


championship game, winning the title in 1986 ... 


his 




Augusta 


8-10 


2-3 


6-6 


24 


1-4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


3 


26 


high school coach was Earl Hawkins, who is now the 


S. Carolina 


1-3 


0-1 


0-2 


2 


0-3 


4 


1 


1 





2 


27 


head coach at Maryland-Baltimore County ... 


Personal 


Army 
UConn 


4-8 
1-9 


0-1 
1-3 


0-1 
1-2 


8 

4 


1-3 
2-5 


3 
4 


6 
3 


1 

6 



1 


2 
2 


32 
33 


-Born April 16, 


197C 


... he is majoring in 








Jacksonville 


3-10 


0-2 


5-8 


11 


5-8 


1 


2 


4 


2 


5 


26 


management and consumer 


studies . 


. he had the 




Coppin St. 


4-7 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


1-2 


5 


2 


2 








23 


team's best vertical jump m 


fall testing at 33 inches 




G. Mason 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 


4 


7 


3 


2 





15 






















E. Tenn. St. 
CS-Sac. 
Alcorn St. 


3-8 
3-6 

4-9 


1-1 
0-2 
0-3 


6-6 
7-9 
2-2 


13 
13 
10 


0-1 
2-2 
0-6 


4 
3 
2 


6 
5 
6 


4 
6 
1 


2 
1 
2 


2 
2 
3 


25 


GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 










28 
31 


1988-89 




















WForest 


6-11 


0-1 


3-8 


15 


1-2 


3 


5 


7 





2 


37 


Game 


FGFGA 


3P-3PA FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF A TO 


BLK 


STL 


MN 


at Clemson 


4-15 


1-2 


9-11 


18 


2-11 


3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


39 


TCU 


2-6 


M 


1-2 


6 


0-1 


4 3 


1 





25 


UNC 


8-10 


4-4 


13-14 


33 


1-6 


2 


9 


5 


1 


4 


34 


GaState 


2-6 


0-0 


1-3 


5 


0-1 


4 





1 


14 


at Duke 


4-10 


0-1 


2-3 


10 


3-4 


5 


4 


4 


1 


1 


32 


UMES 


1-3 


0-1 


1-3 


3 


0-1 


2 4 5 





1 


19 


at UVA 


5-11 


0-1 


2-2 


12 


2-7 


3 


8 


3 


2 





39 


at S. Carolina 


1-3 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-3 


1 1 








14 


at Boston U. 


4-6 


0-1 


0-1 


8 


1-2 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


18 


MorganSt 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





0-2 


1 1 





1 


9 


S. Florida 


4-7 


3-3 


2-3 


13 


0-2 


1 


3 


5 








32 


at Ark. 


2-4 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


2-3 


5 1 1 








12 


at NCSU 


4-12 


0-2 


2-2 


10 


1-2 


5 


4 


5 


1 


2 


33 


Monmouth 


3-5 


M 


0-0 


7 


1-7 


4 4 1 


2 





18 


Va Tech 


3-8 


0-2 


0-0 


6 


1-6 


5 


5 


5 


2 


2 


27 


wvu 


5-11 


1-5 


1-3 


12 


2-6 


4 5 3 


1 





28 


Ga. Tech 


7-10 


2-2 


1-1 


17 


2-6 


3 


9 


6 


1 


2 


35 


Lamar 


6-11 


0-0 


2-4 


14 


2-5 


3 3 4 


1 


3 


30 


Clemson 


5-8 


1-3 


6-6 


17 


1-3 


5 


4 


4 





1 


37 


at UTEP 


5-13 


0-2 


1-2 


11 


4-8 


3 2 3 





2 


35 


Duke 


6-10 


1-1 


0-0 


13 


2-7 


5 


5 


4 


1 


2 


21 


LSU 


5-9 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


3-7 


5 1 2 


2 


2 


31 


at Ga. Tech 


6-9 


2-3 


1-1 


15 


1-4 


3 


7 


3 





1 


39 


atWEotest 


3-6 


0-1 


5-6 


11 


1-4 


5 1 3 


1 


2 


35 


at UNC 


1-6 


0-1 


3-4 


5 


2-6 


4 


8 


6 


2 


2 


31 


at Clemson 


3-5 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-1 


3 4 4 


1 


2 


29 


at use 


4-8 


0-1 


0-0 


8 


1-4 


4 


2 


1 





2 


26 


at UNO 


4-10 


0-2 


1-2 


9 


1-4 


4 2 4 








34 


UMBO 


5-8 


1-1 


3-3 


14 


1-3 


2 


4 


2 





1 


21 


Duke 


5-8 


0-0 


1-4 


11 


3-9 


5 4 2 








29 


at WForest 


2-6 


0-1 


2-3 


6 


0-6 


4 


3 


6 


1 


2 


35 


UVA 


2-10 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


2-3 


3 3 4 








27 


NCSU 


7-12 


2-2 


9-11 


25 


3-8 


1 


6 


5 


1 


3 


38 


Missouri 


3-4 


1-1 


0-2 


7 


2-2 


5 3 








19 


UVA 


8-14 


4-7 


6-7 


26 


1-8 


3 


3 


4 


2 


1 


37 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 











1 


Duke (ACC) 


5-15 


2-5 


6-6 


18 


0-0 


5 


4 


4 


2 


2 


36 


at Duke 


0-4 


0-0 


4-4 


4 


0-2 


2 2 





1 


14 


UMass (NIT) 


3-4 


0-0 


4-6 


10 


2-2 


4 


2 


2 








22 


Ga. Tech 


4-5 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


2-3 


2 


1 


1 


13 


Penn St. (NIT) 


6-14 


2-6 


2-2 


14 


0-2 


4 


5 


4 


2 


1 


36 


UNO 


4-11 


0-1 


6-6 


14 


0-0 


3 4 5 


1 


3 


28 


























WForest 


4-8 


0-2 


0-0 


8 


1-1 


4 1 2 


1 


1 


21 


1990-91 
























at NCSU 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-2 


5 8 3 








20 


Game 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


A 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MN 


attreA 


3-8 


0-2 


1-2 


7 


1-4 


5 5 5 





4 


34 


Towson St. 


7-16 


0-5 


6-7 


20 


1-5 


4 


8 


3 








33 


NCSU (ACC) 


2-5 


0-1 


3-4 


7 


1-5 


3 1 5 


1 


2 


39 


use 


7-15 


2-6 


4-6 


20 


0-0 


3 


8 


8 


1 


2 


37 


UNC (ACC) 


4-10 


2-3 


3-4 


13 


3-7 


3 3 3 





7 


34 


at WVU 


3-13 


0-3 


1-1 


7 


0-5 


5 


3 


6 








30 






















Boston Coll. 
at Jacksonville 


9-24 
7-15 


2-10 
2-6 


10-11 
4-5 


30 

20 


4-8 

1-3 


4 
2 


7 
5 


5 
4 






5 



36 






















37 


CAREER BESTS 
















Cal-Irvine 


7-10 


2-5 


6-5 


21 


0-4 


3 


6 


5 


2 


1 


33 


PTS 


33 


vs. 


North Carolma (1-10-90) 








Lafayette 


4-9 


1-4 


1-2 


10 


0-5 


5 


3 


5 





1 


23 


FGM 


11 


vs. 


South Carolina (12-29-90) 








Rutgers 


10-16 


3-7 


7-8 


30 


4-9 


3 


7 


8 





4 


38 


EGA 


24 


vs. 


Boston CoUege(12-3-90) 








S.Carolina 


11-16 


2-4 


2-4 


26 


1-7 


2 


4 


1 


1 


3 


37 


FG% 


800 


(8-10) vs. several opponents 








at WForest 


7-20 


2-9 


0-0 


16 


1-4 


3 


5 


5 





1 


40 


3PM 


5 


vs. 


Clemson (1-16-91) 










Clemson 


7-16 


5-9 


10-13 


29 


1-6 


3 


2 


3 








35 


3PA 


10 


vs. 


Boston College (12-3-90) 








UMBC 


9-17 


4-7 


6-6 


28 


5-8 


3 


8 


5 


1 


4 


34 


FTM 


13 


vs. 


North Carolma (1-10-90) 








at UNC 


7-21 


1-6 


1-3 


16 


3-8 


4 


8 


5 





1 


37 


FTA 


14 


vs. 


North Carolina (1-10-90) 








Duke 


4-9 


1-3 


2-2 


11 


0-2 


1 


3 


2 








21 


FT% 


929 


(13-14) vs. North Carolma (1-10-90 








WForest 


3-6 


1-2 


0-0 


7 


0-1 


1 





1 








12 


ORB 


5 


vs. 


Jacksonville (12-9-89) 








at NCSU 


1-8 


0-6 


4-4 


6 


1-3 


1 


11 





1 


1 


24 


DRB 


9 


vs. 


Clemson (1-6-90) 










at UVA 


6-14 


0-3 


9-9 


21 


1-8 


4 


3 


4 





2 


30 


RBS 


11 


vs. 


Clemson {1-6-90) 


































AST 


11 


vs. 


N.C. State (2-27-91) 


































BLK 


2 


vs. 


several opponents 


































STL 


7 


vs 


North Carolma (3-11-89) 
































MIN 


40 


vs 


Wake Forest (1-2-91 



































Quoting Coach Williams 



"Walt has a chance to 
be one of the all-time 
great Maryland 
players, and that's 
keeping some 
impressive comnpany. 
His making the Pan 
American Team this 
summer, 1 think, proved 
to a lot of people 
nationally what we've 
known around here for 
a while - Walt is one 
of the country's best 
college players." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 




VINCE BROADNAX 




#40 

Senior, Forward 

6-3, 208 

Forestville, 

Maryland 



At Maryland — Without question one of the best 
defensive players in the Atlantic Coast Conference ... 
his is the classic tale of walk-on-turned-starter- 
turned-star ... he will serve this season as a team co- 
captain ... he was an intergal part of the Terps starting 
Une-up last season after Walt Williams' injury, and he 
is expected to be a key starter this season ... he is the 
Terps designated defensive stopper and as such has 
defended just about every position on the floor ... his 
improvement in every facet of his game has been 
phenomenol over the last few seasons ... his work 
habits and attitude are among the best on the team ... 
his tenaciousness on defense and rebounding 
prowess makes him a coaches' favorite ... he is a 
tremendous position rebounder, who consistently 
pulls down his share of boards despite being at a 
severe height disadvantage against most ACC 
forwards ... As a Junior - He played in 28 games, 
starting 19 ... he averaged 7.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, 
2.3 assists and 1.3 steals a game ... against ACC 
teams, he averaged 9.6 points ... those numbers were 
put up despite only averaging 5.1 shots a game ... he 
led the team in field goal percentage at 54.2 percent, 
which would have given him the fourth best total in 
the ACC had he met the minimum number of 
attempts ... though not known as a scorer - he had 
scored in double figures just three times in his first 
two seasons — he scored in double digits seven 
times, including six of the final eight games of the 
season ... in his 19 games as a starter, he nearly 
averaged double figures at 9.4 points a game ... he led 
the team in scoring with 18 points at Duke ... he set 
his career high with 24 against N.C. State ... twice 
during the season he grabbed a career-best nine 
rebounds and he had a career best eight assists in his 
big game against the Wolfpack ... despite his 
offensive numbers, Broadnax's reputation still comes 
from his awesome defensive performances ... among 
the best of last season: during his 24-point outing 
against N.C. State, he went head-to-head with the 



HUfrar^^^l^^^^ iT^vm 




^m 



ACC's top scorer, Rodney Monroe, and held the State 
star to just two second half field goals as Maryland 
came from behind in the second half; he forced Kenny 
Anderson into a six for 20 shooting (one of five from 
three point) performance in a matchup in Atlanta; he 
matched up against Wake Forest forward/center 
Anthony Tucker and held the Deacon star to six 
points and nine boards, while Broadnax scored 14 
points and grabbed nine boards himself ... As a 
Sophomore - He played in all 33 games, starting 
two, and averaged 3.5 points and 2.1 rebounds a 
game ... he was the team's all-important sixth man ... 
he started the season as a walk-on, but on Jan. 16, 
1990 (the night before Maryland played at Virginia) he 
was granted a scholarship ... against the Cavaliers in 
that game, he scored the bucket to tie the game with 
under three minutes to play and then in the final 
seconds tied up a loose ball that sealed the Terps' win 
... his .551 field goal percentage was tops among the 
Terps' regulars and he had 16 games in which he shot 
50 percent or better from the floor ... he scored in 
double figures three times, including an 11-point 



CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1990-91 

ACC 

1989-90 

ACC 

1988-39 

ACC 

Total 

ACC 



GP 

28 
14 
33 
14 
11 
5 

72 
33 



FGM-FGA 

77-142 

46-91 

38-69 

13-27 

3-7 

0-2 

118-218 

59- 120 



.PCT 
.542 
.506 
.551 
.482 
.429 
,000 
.541 
.491 



3PM-3PA 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



.PCT 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 
.000 
.000 



FTM-FTA 

58-85 

42-58 

39-55 

13-20 

4-5 

0-0 

101-145 

55-78 



.PCT 
.682 
.724 
.709 
.650 
.800 
,000 
.700 
.705 



AS 
65 
31 
47 
25 

1 



113 
56 



TO 
66 
28 
25 
10 

2 



83 
38 



BK 

3 
2 
3 

1 





ST 
36 
21 
12 
3 



48 
24 



PFDQ 
63-0 
36-0 
65-1 
31-1 
3-0 
0-0 
131-1 
66- 1 



OR-DR 
48 57 
30 22 
28-40 
8-18 
3-3 
0-0 
79-100 
38-40 



RBS-AVG 
105-3,8 
52-3,7 
68-2,1 
26-1,9 
6-0,6 
0-0,0 
179-2.5 
78-2.4 



PTS-AVG 
212-7.6 
134-9.6 
116-3,5 
39-2,8 
10-0,9 
0-0,0 
337-4.7 
173-5.2 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



outing against Duke in the ACC Tournament ... As a 
Freshman - One of three walk-ons to earn a spot on 
the 1988-89 squad ... he saw the most action of the 
three, playing in 11 games and averaging just under 
two minutes an outing ... he scored his season high of 
eight points and four rebounds against Maryland- 
Eastern Shore ... High School — Played at Suitland 
High School ... two-year varsity player for the Rams ... 



GAME BY GAME ST A TISTICS 



1990-91 
Game 

Towson St. 
use 

atWVU 

Best, Coll. 

at Jacksonville 

Cal-Irvine 

Lafayette 

Rutgers 

S.Caiolina 

atWForest 

Clemson 

UMBO 

atUNC 

Duke 

UVA 

at S. Florida 

Boston U 

NCSU 

American 

at GaTech 

at Clemson 

at Duke 

GaTech 

UNO 

at VaTech 

WFoiest 

at NCSU 

at UVA 



FG-FGA 

4-5 
1-5 
2-6 
1-1 
2-2 
1-2 
3-3 
1-1 
1-2 
0-1 
1-2 
1-3 
1-1 
2-8 
2-5 
2-4 
3-5 
B-9 
3-3 
2-5 
6-11 
7-12 
3-7 
3-8 
6-9 
5-12 
4-6 
2-4 



3P-3PA 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



FT-FTA 

0-0 
2-4 
2-4 
1-2 
0-0 
1-3 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
3-5 
4-6 
2-4 
2-3 
2-2 
8-9 
1-1 
0-0 
9-9 
4-7 
6-5 
0-2 
4-6 
4-7 
2-2 
0-0 



PTS OR-TR 

8 0-6 



PF A TO 



6-9 
2-5 
1-3 
0-0 
0-3 
2-3 
1-3 
0-1 
2-3 
3-3 
1-3 
1-1 
6-6 
0-2 
1-4 
0-1 
4-5 
2-4 



2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

2' 

5-9 

1-1 

0-2 



1 1 



BLK STL MN 
28 
2 30 
1 30 

18 

1 22 
1 19 
1 26 
1 15 
1 25 

2 
2 
1 
4 

32 
21 

1 28 



2 

1 

6 

3 



18 
19 
16 
15 
22 



33 
35 
35 
39 
38 



2 19 



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 

FGM 

FGA 

FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

ORB 

DRB 

RBS 

AST 

STL 

BLK 

MIN 



24 

8 

•12 

1000 

9 

9 

1.000 

6 

6 

9 

8 

6 

2 

39 



vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 
vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 
vs. several opponents 
vs. several opponents 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. several opponents 
vs. several opponents 
vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 
vs. N.C. state (1-26-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 



as a senior, he averaged 20 points and seven 
rebounds an outing, leading SHS to the second round 
of the playoffs ... played both forward positions as a 
prep ... coached at Suitland by Owen Johnson ... 
Personal - Born July 6, 1969 ... full name is Vincent 
Delmas Broadnax ... his cousin, Horace, played for 
Georgetown ... he is majoring in speech 
communications. 



GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



1989-90 
Game 

Del. St, 
Augusta 
S. Carolina 
Army 
UConn 
Jacksonville 
Coppin St. 
G. Mason 
E. Tenn. St. 
CS-Sac. 
Alcorn St. 
WForest 
at Clemson 
UNC 
at Duke 
at UVA 
at Boston U, 
S. Florida 
at NCSU 
Va Tech 
Ga. Tech 
Clemson 
Duke 

at Ga. Tech 
at UNC 
at use 
UMBO 
at WForest 
NCSU 
UVA 

Duke (ACC) 
UMass (NIT) 
Penn St, (NIT) 

1988-89 
Game 

UMES 

at S. Carolina 
atUTEP 
at UNC 
NCSU 
UMBC 
at Ga, Tech 
at NCSU 
at UVA 
NCSU (ACC) 
UNC (ACC) 



FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR 



TR PF A TO BLK 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



2-2 
3-4 
0-0 
2-2 
1-3 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
3-4 
2-3 
4-4 
0-1 
2-4 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
1-2 
4-5 
7-8 
0-1 
2-2 



10 
7 

2 
3 
2 

2 
2 
5 

10 
8 
4 
4 

6 
4 

2 
4 
2 

2 


2 
6 
2 
3 
6 
11 
4 
2 



2' 
1 

0- 
2 
0- 
2- 
0' 
1 

0' 
1 

2- 
1 

2- 
0- 
0' 
1 

2- 
1 

0- 
3 
1 
0- 
0- 
0- 

1 

0- 

0-0 

0-4 

0-0 

2-4 

1-2 

2-5 

0-1 








1 
2 


1 1 





2 



1 

1 

4 

2 



2 1 



1 2 

2 1 



STL MN 

17 
21 



18 



10 

9 

1 10 
1 22 
12 
25 
15 



13 

1 23 
23 
4 
18 
15 
13 



22 
12 



16 
2 22 



17 



23 



FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR PF A TO BLK STL MN 

0-0 4-582-4111008 

0-0 0-0 0-000000 

0-0 0-0 0-100000 

0-0 0-0 0-00000 

0-0 0-0 0-00000 

0-0 0-0 0-000000 

0-0 0-0 0-000000 

0-0 0-0 0-000000 

0-0 0-0 0-000000 

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-000100 

M 0-0 0-0 2 0-110000 



Quoting Coach Wttliams 



"It's nice to see a 
player rewarded for his 
efforts. Vince has gone 
from being practically a 
non-factor las a 
freshman) to the point 
where he is now a 
threat in the ACC. 
The fact that he was 
voted a co-captain 
shows the players are 
respectful of his 
development." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 





#33 

Junior 

Forward/Center 

6-8, 247 

Baltimore, 

Maryland 




At Maryland — As he enters his third season in the 
program, Burns is a strong candidate for the starting 
center spot this season ... he is expected to vie with 
junior newcomer Chris Kerwin for the pivot position ... 
Burns also will see some action this year at power 
forward ... he runs the floor well and has good hands 
for his size ... a lefty, he also has an accurate shooting 
touch from 15 feet-in ... he will need to score his share 
of points this year, but his biggest contribution to the 
Terps will come if his low-post defense improves as 
he will be expected to make up for the graduation of 
defensive wiz Cedric Lewis ... now entering his 
upperclassman years, he will need to show overall 



consistency in his game - at both ends of the floor ... 
he broke his elbow m a pick-up during the fall and 
missed the first week of practice ... As a Sophomore 

— Played m all 28 games, starting two ... he averaged 
7.7 points and 3.7 rebounds, the sixth best averages 
on the team ... he shot 43.7 percent from the field and 
56.8 percent from the line ... his 26 steals on the year 
was the fourth best total on the team ... his averages 
dropped slightly in ACC games (6.6 ppg and 2.9 rpg) 
and it will be imperative that he be consistent over 
the course of the season this year for Maryland to be 
effective ... he scored m double figures seven times, 
including a season-high 16 point effort in Maryland's 
ECAC Holiday Festival wm over Rutgers ... hiS'14- 
point, eight-rebound effort against Georgia Tech was 
a key reason for the 
Terpsupset win... the 
eight boards against 
Tech led the team and he 
also had team-high 
rebounding honors 
against UMBC with eight 
... As a Freshman - Saw 
the most playing time of 
any freshman during the 
1989-90 campaign ...he 
played in 28 games and 
averaged 4.3 points and 
2.7 rebounds a game... 
both of those averages 
were sixth best on the 
team ... he shot .543 from 
the field and was perfect 
from three-point distance 
(1-1)... he worked hard 
at both ends of the floor, 
grabbing 31 offensive 
rebounds and 44 
defensive ... High School 

- Played at Woodlawn 




CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAH 

1990-91 

ACC 

1989-90 

ACC 

Total 

ACC 



GP 
28 
14 
28 
11 
56 
25 



FGM.FGA 
87-202 
37-87 
57-105 
10-21 
144-307 
47-108 



.PCT 
.431 
.425 
,543 
.476 
.469 
.435 



3PM-3PA 
0-2 
0-1 
1-1 
1-1 
1-3 
1-2 



.PCT 
.000 
.000 
1,000 
1,000 
.333 
.500 



FTM-FTA 
42-74 
18-36 
5-22 
0-3 
47-96 
18-39 



.PCT 
.568 
.600 
,227 
000 
.489 
.461 



AS 
17 
10 

7 

1 

24 
11 



TO 
29 
13 
18 
6 

47 
19 



BK 
13 

1 

5 


18 

1 



ST 
26 
15 

7 

3 

33 
18 



PF-DQ 
67-4 
38-3 
27-0 
13-0 
94-4 
51-3 



ORDR 
46-58 
17-24 
31-44 
7-8 
77-102 
24-32 



RBS-AVG 
104-3,7 
41-2.9 
75-2.7 
15-1,4 
179-3.2 
56-2.2 



PTSAVG 
216-7.7 

92-6,6 
120-4.3 

21-1.9 
336-6.0 
113-4.5 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



High School ... he was a two-sport prep star, excelling 
as a basketball forward/center and a football tight end 
... as a senior m 1988-89, he led WHS to a 20-3 record 
and a berth in the state tournament semifinals ... 
during his sophomore and junior seasons, Woodlawn 
advanced to the regional semifinals ... as a senior, he 
averaged 16 points, 8.5 rebounds and three blocks per 
game, earning all-Baltimore County and all- 
Metropolitan by the Baltimore Sun and honorable 
mention All-America honors ... he shot 52 percent 
from the field and 86 percent from the line ... while his 
basketball numbers were impressive, his football 
totals were even more outstanding ... he played both 
ways for the Woodlawn football team, as a tight end 
and defensive end ... on offense, he had 29 receptions 
for 15 touchdowns and averaged just over 20 yards 
per catch as a senior ... those numbers earned him 
football prep All-America honors and had him coveted 
by a number of powerhouse college football programs 
... not surprisingly, he was Woodlawn's Outstanding 



GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



1990-91 
Game 
Towson St, 

use 

atWVU 
Bost. Coll. 
at Jacksonville 

Cal-Irvine 

Lafayette 

Rutgers 

S.Carolina 

at WForest 

Clemson 

UMBO 

at UNO 

Duke 

UVA 

at S. Florida 

Boston U 

NCSU 

American 

at GaTech 

at Clemson 

at Duke 

GaTech 

UNO 

at VaTech 

WForest 

at NCSU 

at UVA 



FG-FGA 

7-10 

1-6 
4-14 
4-10 

7-9 

0-3 

1-4 
7-14 

1-8 

4-9 
5-10 

4-9 

0-2 

2-7 

3-6 

3-5 

5-9 

4-8 

2-4 

3-7 

1-5 

4-7 

4-8 

2-5 
4-10 

2-6 

2-5 

1-2 



3P-3PA 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



FT-FTA 
0-0 
0-1 

1-1 

2-2 
1-2 
6-10 
0-0 
2-7 
4-6 
6-12 
0-0 
1-1 
2-3 
0-0 
1-4 
M 
1-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-3 
0-0 
0-0 
6-8 
2-2 
5-6 
0-2 
1-2 
0-0 



PTS OR-TR 

14 1-5 



2 
9 
10 
16 
6 
2 
16 
6 
14 
10 
9 
2 
4 
7 
7 
11 
8 
4 
6 
2 
8 
14 
6 

134 
4 
5 
2 



3-4 
3-5 
2-4 
1-2 
2-4 
1-6 
3-4 
2-4 
1-3 
3-5 
5-8 
1-3 
2-2 
0-1 
3-5 
1-3 
1-3 
0-2 
0-2 
1-3 
1-3 
6-8 
1-2 
2-7 
0-1 
1-2 
0-3 



PF A TO 

2 1 

2 1 

1 



5 2 

4 3 

3 2 3 

1 2 
3 1 3 


2 1 

3 1 
2 



BLK STL MN 

2 22 
1 
2 





3 1 



1 1 



12 
28 
17 



18 

1 19 



3 29 



1 17 



1 1 

1 

1 1 








1 

2 2 



1 
1 

1 1 1 

4 2 1 







1 
1 
3 
1 

13 

1 19 



Male Athlete ... Personal - Born August 24, 1971 ... 
his full name is Evers Allen Burns ... currently he is 
following a physical education curriculum ... Evers 
father, Emmett, is the National Life Membership 
Director of the NAACP in Baltimore ... his older 
brother, Emmett, Jr., played fullback at Temple and 
his brother, Engel, attends Howard University. 



GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



1989-90 
Game 

Del. St. 
Augusta 
S. Carolina 
Army 
UConn 
Jacksonvffle 
Coppin St 
G- Mason 
E- Tenn. St. 
CS-Sac. 
Alcorn St. 
WForest 
at Clemson 
at Duke 
at UVA 
S. Florida 
at NCSU 
Va Tech 
Ga. Tech 
Clemson 
Duke 

at Ga. Tech 
at use 
UMBC 
at WForest 
UVA 

Duke (ACC) 
UMass (NIT) 



4- 
0- 
0' 
2 
6- 
2 
7- 
2- 
6- 
8- 
0- 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
3-5 
1-3 
0-2 
0-0 
1-2 
4-10 
2-3 
0-1 
3-6 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-1 



3P-3PA 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
M 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



FT-FTA 

0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
1-4 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-3 
1-3 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
1-3 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 



PTS OR-TR PF A TO BLK STL MN 



4-6 
1-3 
0-0 
1-2 
1-3 
2-6 
2-5 
2-7 
2-4 
4-8 
4-8 
0-0 
0-0 
1-0 
0-1 
0-3 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-2 
4-6 
1-2 
0-0 
1-5 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 



2 

1 


2 


1 



2 

1 









1 1 



1 

2 1 






2 1 

1 




1 
1 





11 
13 
17 
16 



1 

1 

8 
12 
18 
9 



11 
8 



CAREER HIGHS 

PTS 17 vs. Alcorn State (12-30-89) 

FGM 8 vs. Alcorn State (12-30-89) 

FGA 14 vs. several opponents 

FG% .875 (7-8) vs. George Mason (12-22-89) 

FTM 6 vs. several opponents 

FTA 12 vs. Wake Forest (1-2-91) 

FT 1.000 vs. Boston College (12-3-90) 

ORB 5 vs. several opponents 

DRB 5 vs. several opponents 

RBS 8 vs. several opponents 

AST 2 vs. several opponents 

STL 3 vs. several opponents 

BLK 2 vs. Alcorn State (12-30-89) 

MM 28 vs. West Virginia (12-1-90) 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"Evers is going to get 
his ctiance after 
playing for two years 
behind guys that are 
now making a living 
playing professionally. 
This is his year to show 
what he can do." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 





#12 

Senior, Guard 

5-10, 177 

Atchison, 

Kansas 



At Maryland — Enters his second season in the 
Maryland backcourt with experience at both the point 
and the off guard positions ... he underwent surgery 
on his right shoulder during the spring and will be 100 
percent by the start of fall practice ... he has a strong 
grasp of the offensive scheme and distributes the ball 
extremely well when at the pomt ... his outside shot is 
accurate from three-point distance ... he has an 
excellent first step, which makes him a threat to 
penetrate ... he is a fundamentally-sound player, 
having grown up with the game, his father being a 
high school coach ... came to Maryland after two 
seasons at Dodge City Community College ... As a 
Junior - Played in 26 games for the Terps ... he 
averaged 3.4 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists a 
game, while shooting 39.2 percent from the field (26.7 
percent from three-point) and 62.9 percent from the 
line ... his 34 assists on the year was the fifth-best 
total on the team ... he played the entire season with 
an injured shoulder that would routinely dislocate 
during play ... his best scoring game was a 10-point 
effort in Maryland's upset win over Georgia Tech ... 
he scored eight points on three other occasions ... his 
best overall game was an eight-point, two-rebound, 
five-assist showing at home against Boston 
University ... At Dodge City CC - He was a two-year 
starter at DCCC, playing both the point and the off 
guard ... he averaged 18 points a game as a 
sophomore and 15 a game as a freshman to lead the 
team both seasons ... as a sophomore, he also 
averaged four rebounds, four assists and two steals a 
game, and shot 45 percent from the field, 41 percent 
from three-point range and 81 percent from the free 
throw line ... he was selected to the Jayhawk East- 
West AU-Star Game, which includes only the top 20 
JC players in the state ... He also was a Jayhawk West 
All-Conference selection ... he always seemed to have 
his best games against Dodge City's biggest rival. 
Garden City CC, scoring more than 30 points a game 
in each of the three contests between the two teams 
his sophomore season ... he played at DCCC for Coach 
Brad Underwood ... High School - Played at Atchison 
High School ... played for his father. Chic, who this 



year is beginning his 19th season as head coach at 
Atchison ... he led the team to the state championship 
as a sophomore and senior and to the championship 
game as a junior ... in fact, in Downing's three years of 
varsity ball, Atchison had a combined record of 68-6, 
including 24-1 his senior year ... he was the team's 
leading scorer as a junior and senior, averaging 20 
and 19 points per game, respectively ... Personal - 
Born January 15, 1970 ... he is the oldest of five 
children ... he goes by his nickname, "Cougar" ... he is 
majoring in urban studies, but is interested in getting 
involved in physical therapy after graduation. 




CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR GP FGM-FGA .PCT SPM-SPA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AS TO BK ST PF-DQ OR-DR 

1990-91 26 29-74 .392 8-30 ,267 22-36 .629 34 26 11 34-0 12-17 

ACC 14 15-42 .357 6-22 ,273 12-19 .632 16 15 6 20-0 7-12 



RBS-AVG PTS-AVG 

29- 1.1 88-3.4 

19-1.4 48-3.4 



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MEET THE TERRAPINS 




GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



1990-91 
Game 

Towson St. 

use 

atWVU 

Bost. Coll. 

Cal-Irvine 

Lafayette 

S. CaioUna 

at WForest 

Clemson 

UMBC 

atUNC 

Duke 

UVA 

at S. Florida 

Boston U, 

NCSU 

American 

at GaTech 

at Clemson 

at Duke 

GaTech 

UNC 

at VaTech 

WForest 

at NCSU 

at UVA 



FG-FGA 

0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
2-6 
3-5 
1-4 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

0-2 
2-3 
2-9 
2-5 
3-6 
2-6 
0-1 
C-6 
1-1 
2-3 
3-4 
2-5 
2-2 
0-0 
1-3 
0-1 



3P-3PA 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-1 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-1 
0-0 
2-3 
1-4 
0-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
0-3 
0-0 
0-1 
1-2 
1-3 
0-0 
0-0 
1-3 
0-0 



FT-FTA 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
2-6 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
1-2 
2-2 
2-4 
2-2 
1-2 
0-0 
1-3 
3-4 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
3-4 
0-0 



PTS OR-TR 

0-0 



PF AST TO BLK 



0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

0-0 

1-1 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-3 
M 
0-0 
1-4 
2-3 
0-2 
M 
0-0 
1-4 
0-1 
1-2 
1-3 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

0-0 



STL MN 

6 



1 1 

2 1 













2 22 

13 












CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 

FGM 

FGA 

FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

ORB 

DRB 

RBS 

AST 

STL 

MIN 



10 
3 
9 

1.000 
3 
6 

1.000 
2 
3 
4 
6 
2 
23 



vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

vs. Cal-Irvine {12-1 1-90) 

vs. Virginia (1-16-91) 

vs. (2-2) Virginia Tech (2-19-91 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

vs. Cal-Irvine (12-1 1-90) 

vs. several opponents 

vs. South Florida (1-20-91) 

vs. Virginia (M6-91) 

vs. several opponents 

vs. Boston University (1-22-91) 

vs. several opponents 

vs. South Florida (1-20-91) 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"HopefuBy he will have 
an mjury-fiee year so 
that we can see the 
real Matt Downing. He 
has really developed 
physically since his 
shoulder surgery, so I 
expect him to be 
stronger and more 
durable this season." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 




KEVIN McLINTON 




#22 

Junior, Guard 
6-3, 208 
Silver Spring, 
Maryland 



■ii?.,^;,.-:'i,?'y«.i; 




At Maryland - A wonderful natural athlete who 
enters this season as an expected starter in the 
backcourt ... a two-sport high school star - basketball 
and football - he might be the best overall athlete on 
the team ... he has excellent quickness and jumping 
ability, and an extremely solid frame, all which allow 
him to play much bigger than your average 6-3 guard 
... his ballhandling is ever- improving, as is his outside 
shot ... he still is relatively new to organized 
basketball, having played just two years of high 
school ball, very little as a freshman at Maryland and 
then all of last season ... he missed the early part of 
fall practice after undergoing surgery to remove bone 
chips from his ankle ... As a Sophomore - Played in 
all 28 games, starting 23 ... early m the season he 
switched between both guard positions, but when 
Walt Williams was injured midway through the year, 
McLinton became the Terps starting point guard ... 
his development at the point was a major factor in 
Maryland's surprisingly successful 16-12 campaign ... 
he scored in double figures eight times, rebounded in 
double figures once and dished for double digits in 
assists one time ... he scored a career high 21 points 
against North Carolina ... his career high 10 rebounds 
came at West Virginia, where he had a season-high 
seven offensive boards ... his 12 assists against N.C. 
State was a career best and the second best game 
total in school history ... after taking over for Walt 
Williams at the point, McLinton averaged 7.4 points, 
5.2 assists and only 4.0 turnovers a game ... his 123 
total assists led the 1990-91 Terps, while he was 
second on the team in steals (39), fifth in scoring (7.8 
ppg) and seventh in rebounding (3.4 rpg) ... he shot 
43.7 percent from the field and 68.6 percent from the 
line ... As a Freshman — Played in six games, starting 
three in 1989-90 before a stress fracture in his left leg 
forced him from the line-up ... he missed the rest of 
the season, using the spring semester to rehabilitate 
the leg and concentrate on his academics ... in his six 
games of active duty, however, he showed 



CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1990-91 

ACC 

1989-90 

Total 

ACC 



GP FOM-FGA .PCT 3PM-3PA 



28 
14 
6 

34 
14 



79-181 
43-104 
7-16 
86-197 
43-104 



,437 
.414 
,438 
.436 
.414 



1-8 
0-6 
0-0 
1-8 
0-5 



,125 
,000 
,000 
.125 
.000 



FTM-FTA 
59-86 
33-47 

8-9 
67-95 
33-47 



TO BK ST PF-DQ OR-DR RBS-AVG PTS-AVG 



686 
702 



705 
.702 



123 
68 
17 
140 
68 



67 
20 
109 
57 



39 
25 
4 

43 
25 



83-5 
46-4 
12-0 
95-5 
46-4 



37-58 
20-20 
0-4 
37-62 
20-20 



96-3.4 
40-2.9 
4-0.7 
99-2.9 
40-2.9 



218-7.8 
119-8.6 
22-3.7 
240-7.0 
119-8.5 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



tremendous promise ... he opened his collegiate 
career with an eight-point, seven-assist performance 
against Delaware State ... two nights later, against 
Augusta, he scored a season-high 10 points, going 
eight of nine from the line ... for the year, he averaged 
3.7 points and 2.8 assists a game ... High School — 
Played at Springbrook High School ... he led SHS to a 
43-6 two-year record and one state championship 
( 1 987-88 season) ... in his first year of varsity he 
started at power forward, averaged 12 points a game 
and led the team to the state title ... then as a senior, 
he was moved to point guard, where he directed the 
offense while scoring 19.5 points a game and adding 
seven rebounds and five assists an outing ... he also 
led the team m steals, field goal percentage (.550) and 
free throw percentage (.750) ... he was named to the 
Montgomery Jouinal's all-Metropolitan team and was 
a second team selection on the Washington Post's all- 
Met team ... McLinton has given all-new meaning to 
the term beginners luck: In his first year of varsity 
basketball (1987-88), he led Springbrook to the state 
title, then in the fall of 1988, his first season as part of 
an organized football team, he led Springbrook to the 
state football title ... in that football championship 
game, played at Maryland's Byrd Stadium, he 
returned an interception 99 yards for the clinching 
touchdown ... he played his high school basketball for 
Coach John Barrett, a Maryland graduate ... Personal 
- Born August 28, 1971 ... his full name is Kevin 
Dennard McLinton ... he is majoring in criminal justice 
... his brother, Darren, 17, plays for the varsity at 
Springbrook ... his father is the former Washington 
Redskins all-star middle linebacker Harold McLinton, 
who tragically died in an accident in 1978. 




GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 














1990-91 
























Game 


FG-FGA 


3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


PF 


A 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MN 


Towson St. 


3-4 


0-0 


0-1 


6 


1-2 


4 


4 








2 


17 


use 


1-2 


0-0 


1-3 


3 


1-3 


2 


4 


4 





1 


17 


atWVU 


2-5 


0-0 


10-14 


14 


7-10 


3 





2 








20 


Boston Coll, 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 


2 


1 


3 





1 


19 


Jacksonville 


4-7 


0-1 


0-1 


8 


1-5 


1 


3 





1 


1 


28 


Cal-Irvine 


4-6 


0-0 


1-1 


9 


0-4 


3 


6 


3 





1 


27 


Lafayette 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 





0-2 


1 





2 








16 


Rutgers 


3-9 


0-0 


6-6 


12 


1-3 


1 


5 








2 


32 


S.Carolina 


4-4 


1-1 


1-1 


10 


0-3 


5 


1 


1 





2 


18 


at WForest 


1-4 


0-1 


5-6 


7 


2-3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


3 


34 


Clemson 


0-4 


0-0 


6-8 


6 


2-4 


2 


5 


6 





1 


31 


UMBO 


1-5 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


2-4 





2 


2 








26 


at UNO 


6-14 


0-1 


1-1 


13 


5-7 


3 


4 











27 


Duke 


2-6 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


2-2 


4 


3 


2 





3 


30 


Virginia 


2-5 


0-0 


2-3 


6 


0-1 


2 


6 


4 


1 





31 


at S. Florida 


3-8 


0-0 


3-6 


9 


1-2 


4 


6 


3 





1 


36 


Boston U 


3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-4 


4 


9 


1 


1 





28 


NCSU 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


0-1 


5 


12 


7 





1 


35 


American 


5-8 


0-0 


1-2 


11 


1-6 


3 


7 


6 





2 


36 


at GaTech 


5-11 


0-2 


5-7 


15 


0-2 


4 


6 


7 





4 


33 


at Clemson 


0-9 


0-0 


0-1 





1-6 


1 


3 


7 





3 


31 


at Duke 


2-8 


0-0 


3-4 


7 


1-1 


5 


4 


6 





1 


22 


GaTech 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-1 


5 


5 


1 





3 


35 


UNC 


9-12 


0-1 


3-6 


21 


1-3 


2 


4 


6 








38 


at VaTech 


2-7 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


1-6 


4 


8 


5 


1 


1 


31 


WForest 


2-5 


0-0 


2-3 


6 


2-3 


4 


8 


5 


1 


1 


33 


at NCSU 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-2 


5 


2 


2 





2 


24 


atUVA 


7-9 


0-0 


4-4 


18 


3-4 





4 


4 





3 


38 


1989-90 
























Game 


FG-FGA 


3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


A 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MN 


Del St. 


4-7 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


0-1 


3 


7 


4 





2 


27 


Augusta 


1-5 


0-0 


8-9 


10 


0-0 


3 


2 


5 








26 


S. Carolina 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





1 


2 








10 


Army 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





1 


2 








5 


UConn 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-2 


4 


5 


3 





1 


18 


Jacksonville 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 


1 


4 





1 


17 



CAREER HIGHS 

PTS 21 vs. North Carolina (2-16-91) 

FGM 9 vs. North Carolina (2-16-91) 

FGA 14 vs. North Carolina (2-16-91) 

FG% 1.000 vs. (4-4) South Carolina (12-29-90) 

FTM 8 vs. Augusta (11-27-89) 

FTA 9 vs. Augusta (11-27-89) 

FT% 1.000 vs. several opponents 

RBS 10 vs. West Virgmia (12-1-90) 

AST 12 vs. N.C, State (1-26-91) 

STL 3 vs. several opponents 

MIN 38 vs. several opponents 



Quoting Coach Williams 



' 'I think Kevin proved 
to himself and to a lot 
of people that he's an 
ACC guard. The 
exciting thing is that 
now he has two years 
to build on that." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



13 




GARHELD SMITH 




#21 

Senior, Forward 

6-6, 232 

Bronx, 

New York 



At Maryland — He is equal parts court jester and 

enforcer for the Terps ... he was a starter all of last 

season and, despite being in the program just one 

season, enters this year as one of the team's "go-to" 

leaders ... despite his diminutive size, he proved last 

year to be a prototype power forward ... he can score 

in traffic and has outstanding touch and range from 

the outside ... his rebounding is ever-improving and 

this year he will be counted upon to be one of the 

Terps best glass cleaners ... 

off the court, he always has a 

smile on his face and he is 

the unofficial team leader in 

high fives ... he came to 

Maryland after two seasons 

at Coffeyville Community 

College m Coffeyville, Kan ... 

As a Junior — He played m 

all 28 games, starting 26 ... 

he averaged 10.9 points, 

fourth best on the squad, 

and 5.4 rebounds a game, 

third best overall ... he was 

second on the team in field 

goal shooting at 52.7 percent 

... he shot 67.6 percent from 

the line for the year, but was 

near perfect late in games, 

hittingof lOof lOfree 

throws in the final three 

minutes for the Terps during 

the last half of the season ... 

in fact. Smith twice sealed 

victories for Maryland with 

his free throw shooting 

prowess ... he scored the 

winning points on last 

second free tlirows against 

both American and N.C. 

State; he hit both ends of a 

two-shot foul with :07 

remaining against State and 

he went four-for-four in the 




final : 17 against American to seal the victories ... he 
scored in double figures 15 times, including 10 of the 
team's final 13 games ... he led the team in scoring 
twice (against Clemson and Virginia Tech) and in 
rebounding six times ... At Coffeyville CC — He was 
a two-year starter and twice was the team's leading 
scorer ... he averaged 22 points a game as a freshman 
and 16.1 points and eight rebounds a game as a 
sophomore ... he was a Jayhawk East All-Conference 
selection both years and was 
an honorable mention All- 
American after his 
sophomore year ... he was 
named to the East-West All- 
Star Game and was selected 
as the East squad's MVP ... 
he led CCC to an 18-13 record 
his sophomore year and 
finished his career as the 
school's No. 3 all-time scorer 
... He played for Coach Ben 
Graefe ... High School — 
Graduated from Evander 
Childs High School, but did 
not play basketball for the 
school ... instead, he played 
for the nationally-renowned 
Riverside Church AAU team 
... he played for Our Savior 
Lutheran High School as a 
junior, leading the team to 
the state championship — 
beating a team led by 
Kenny Anderson in the finals 
... he was coached at 
Riverside by Ernie Lorch ... 
Personal - Born December 
18, 1969 in Jamaica and 
moved to New York in 1978 
... he has five sisters and one 
brother, all living in New 
York ... he is majoring in 
criminal justice. 



CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1990-91 
AGO 



GP FGM-FGA 
28 127-241 
14 57-124 



.PCT 
.627 
.460 



3PM.3PA 
2-5 
2-5 



PCT 
,400 
.400 



FTM-FTA 

50-74 
17-28 



.PCT 

676 
607 



AS 

29 
16 



27 



12 
6 



ST 
24 
12 



PF-DQ 
82-4 
42-2 



OR-DR 
54-96 
27-46 



RBS-AVG 

150-5.4 
72-5.1 



PTS-AVG 
306-10.9 
133-9.5 



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GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 


— 




— 




— 


— 


1990-91 
























Game 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR PF AST TO BLK STL MN 


Towson St. 


4-7 


0-0 


3-4 


11 


1-5 


4 





2 








20 


use 


9-10 


0-0 


1-1 


19 


3-12 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


32 


atWVU 


3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-3 


4 


1 





1 





12 


Bost. CoU. 


4-6 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


2-5 


4 





4 








27 


at Jacksonville 3-8 


0-0 


2-3 


8 


1-6 


5 





1 





1 


25 


Cal-Irvine 


6-7 


0-0 


2-4 


14 


3-4 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


27 


Lafayette 


1-4 


0-0 


4-8 


6 


1-2 


1 














19 


Rutgers 


3-3 


0-0 


4-4 


10 


2-4 


4 


1 


2 








18 


S. Carolina 


5-7 


0-0 


1-1 


11 


0-0 


3 


1 


3 





3 


24 


atWForest 


4-10 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


0-2 


5 





1 


1 


1 


20 


Clemson 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-4 


3 


1 


1 


2 





20 


UMBC 


4-10 


0-0 


M 


9 


2-5 


2 


1 


1 








17 


atUNC 


0-4 


0-0 


1-4 


1 


2-4 


3 


1 


2 





2 


18 


Duke 


2-2 


0-0 


3-7 


7 


1-3 


3 


1 


2 





1 


14 


UVA 


4-8 


0-1 


0-0 


8 


2-6 


2 


1 





1 


1 


23 


at S. Florida 


7-13 


0-0 


3-4 


17 


4-8 


5 


1 


1 








26 


Boston U. 


6-11 


0-0 


1-1 


13 


2-6 


1 


1 








1 


20 


NCSU 


6-12 


0-0 


5-5 


15 


3-6 


1 





1 


1 





30 


American 


4-8 


0-0 


8-9 


16 


4-12 


2 


3 


1 


2 


2 


32 


at GaTech 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1-8 


4 


1 


2 


1 


1 


28 


at Clemson 


10-16 


0-0 


3-3 


23 


1-9 


4 


2 


2 





2 


30 


at Duke 


7-12 


0-0 


2-4 


16 


4-6 


1 


1 


4 





1 


33 


GaTech 


6-11 


0-0 


0-0 


12 


3-5 


4 


3 


3 








23 


UNC 


2-8 


0-0 


0-1 


4 


5-9 


1 


2 


3 





1 


28 


at VaTech 


11-17 


0-0 


2-4 


24 


0-6 


3 


2 


1 





3 


36 


WForest 


7-12 


1-2 


0-0 


15 


1-2 


3 





3 





1 


25 


at NCSU 


5-12 


1-1 


0-0 


11 


2-4 


3 


3 


1 





1 


26 


at UVA 


2-9 


0-1 


2-2 


6 


1-4 


5 





2 








24 


CAREER HIGHS 




















PTS 


24 


vs 


Virginic 


Tech(2-19-91) 












FGM 


11 


vs 


Virginic 


Tech (2-19-91) 












FGA 


17 


vs 


Virgmia Tech (2-19-91) 












FG% 


,900 


vs 


(9-10) Southern Cal (11-28-90) 








FTM 


8 


vs 


American (1-29-91 














FTA 


9 


vs 


American (1-29-91: 














FT% 


1.000 


vs 


N.C. State (1-29-91 














RBS 


12 


vs 


several opponents 














AST 


3 


vs 


several opponents 














STL 


3 


vs 


several opponents 














MIN 


35 


vs 


Virginit 


Tech (2-19-91) 













Quoting Coach Williams 



"Garfield is the team 
comedian, but tie also 
is the guy that is not 
afraid of getting in 
someone's face and 
yelling at him. Every 
team needs a guy like 
that in a leadership role 
and as one of our 
seniors, Garfield is 
definitely one of our 
team leaders." 




MEET THE TERRAPINS 



15 




MIKE THIBEAULT 




#3 

Sophomore, Guard 

6-3, 185 

Glen Bumie, 

Maryland 



At Maryland — An outside shooting specialist who 
has found his niche on this team ... his work ethic 
and grasp of the game reminds the coaching staff of 
another former walk-on, Vince Broadnax ... like 
Broadnax, the coaching staff rewarded Thibeault's 
diligence by granting him a scholarship this summer 
... he IS fiercely competitive and is always hustling ... 
with the graduation of Matt Roe, expect Thibeault to 
see increased minutes and be one of the Terps 
three-point shooting specialists ... he also has 
proven to be an effective weakside rebounder ... he 
decided to attend Maryland over a number of 
Division II and III basketball offers because of its 
School of Engineering, but had always dreamed of 
playing basketball for Maryland ... he gave some 
thought to trying out for Maryland's soccer team, but 
wanted to give his first love, basketball, a complete 
effort ... As a Freshman — He played in 18 games, 
averaging just under one point and one rebound a 
game ... his season high was three points (in three 
different games) and three rebounds ... after seeing 
little action in the first part of the season, he played 
in 1 5 of the final 1 8 games of the year ... High School 
- Played at Glen Burnie High School ... led the 
Metropolitan area in scoring as a senior with a 29.9 
points per game average ... he was a three-year 
starter and the team's leading scorer as a junior and 
senior ... team MVP both seasons as well ... he was a 
first team all-state selection in basketball as a senior 
and was a two-time all-state pick in soccer ... 
Personal - Born February 29, 1972, a leap year child 
which makes his current age 5 1/2 ... he is the 
youngest of four ... his last name is pronounced 
TEE-bow ... he is enrolled in the University's 
extremely demanding civil engineering curriculum. 



CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 


GP 


FOM-FGA 


.PCT 


3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AS 


TO 


BK 


ST 


PF-DQ 


1990-91 


18 


5-22 


227 


2-10 


.200 


3-6 


.600 


4 


2 





5 


16-0 


AGO 


12 


4-19 


,211 


1-8 


125 


1-3 


333 


3 


1 





4 


9-0 




RBSAVG PTS-AVG 

16-0,9 15-0.8 
10-0 8 10-0.8 



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GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 














1990-91 
























Game 


FG-FGA 


3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MN 


Towson St. 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














1 


Lafayette 


0-1 


0-1 


2-2 


2 


0-2 


3 














4 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





1 











1 


UMBC 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 














1 


4 


atUNC 


0-4 


0-3 


0-0 





1-1 














1 


2 


Duke 


1-3 


0-0 


1-3 


3 


3-3 














1 


4 


UVA 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 














7 


at S. Florida 


M 


M 


0-0 


3 


0-0 

















1 


Boston U 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


2 


1 


1 








5 


NCSU 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














1 


at GaTech 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 


2 














3 


at Clemson 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














1 


at Duke 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 








1 








4 


GaTech 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 


1 


2 








1 


7 


UNC 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


1-1 


2 














6 


WForest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


at NCSU 


1-3 


1-2 


0-0 


3 


1-1 














1 


3 



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 

FGM 

PGA 

FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

RBS 

AST 

STL 

MIN 



3 
1 
4 

1.000 
2 
3 

1.000 
3 
2 
1 
7 



vs. several opponents 

vs. several opponents 

vs. several opponents 

vs. several opponents 

vs. Lafayette (12-22-90) 

vs. Duke (1-12-91) 

vs. (2-2) Lafayette (12-22-90) 

vs. Duke (1-12-91) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

vs. several opponents 

vs. several opponents 




Quoting Coach Williams 



"He proved he could 
help us last year and 
that's why we gave 
him a scholarship. 
There are going to be 
some battles this year 
for playing time in the 
backcourt, and Hook 
for Mike to be right in 
the middle of them." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



WAYNE BRISTOL 

On Bristol - Can play either the point or the shooting 
guard ... he is exceptionally quick an agile ... he is 
used to playing a fullcourt, pressure defense style and 
he will be a strong addition to Maryland's press ... he 
has an excellent outside shot, and will be expected to 
be a key three-point shooter for the Terps ... he is a 
terrific all-around athlete, who High Point football 
coach Dale Castro, a former Terp star, thought would 
make an all-league punter ... High School - Played at 
High Point High School ... he averaged 22.3 points and 
7.1 rebounds a game as a senior and led High Point to 
the County championship and second place in the 
Region ... he was a unanimous All-Met selection after 
his senior season, and was runner-up for Player of the 
Year by the Washington Post ... he was the Pnnce 
George 's Journal Player of the Year ... he graduated as 
the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,234 career 

points ... he had back-to- 



back 500-point seasons 
with 536 as a senior and 
500 as a junior ...he 
played for the Capital 
All-Stars in the annual 
Capital Classic ... he led 
High Point to three 
straight County titles, a 
first in Prince George's 
County schoolboy 
history ... more 
impressively, he led 
unheralded High Point 
to a State Championship 
his sophomore year and 
the State rurmer-up as a 
junior ... he averaged 19.6 points a game as a junior, 
playing in the same lineup with Christian Ast of Duke 
... in three varsity seasons, he led HPHS to a 66-10 
overall record ... he signed with Maryland during the 
November (1990) early signing period ... Personal — 
Born January 24, 1973 ... his full name is Wayne Cecil 
Bristol ... he has yet to decide on a major 



Quoting Coach WiUiams 



"Wayne reminds me of 
a young Jay Burson in 
that he always seems to 
find a way to score. Ttiis 
year, I'd like to see him 
develop tiis 
ballhandhng and 
decision making with 
the basketball, because 
he has the potential to 
be a significant player 
for us." 




#31 

Wayne Bristol 

Freshman, Guard 

6-1, 160 

Beltsville, 

Maryland 




#20 

Frank Horton 

Senior 

Guard/Forward 

6-3, 189 

Silver Spring, 

Maryland 



FRANK HORTON 

At Maryland - Joined the team as a walk-on shortly 
after the start of the 1990-91 season ... he possesses 
an accurate outside shot, and is used on the scout 
team to often simulate an opponent's best outside 
shooter ... that role allowed him to imitate some of the 
country's best long-range bombers, including Rodney 
Monroe of N.C. State, Kenny Anderson of Georgia 
Tech and John Crotty of Virginia ... he was effective in 
that practice role as Maryland forged season series 
splits with those three ACC foes ... his role this 
season will be much the same ... with the graduation 
of three-point specialist Matt Roe, Horton might see 
some increased playing time ... As a Junior — He 
played in five games ... he scored late in the game at 
N.C. State for his only field goal of the year ... his one 
assist came at home against Boston University ... he 
passed off late in that game instead of shooting at the 
crowd's vocal urging ... 



High School - Played at 

Archbishop Carroll High 

School, the same school 

that brought Maryland 

record setters Derrick 

and Cedric Lewis ... he 

played junior varsity 

basketball as a junior ... 

he also played a year of 

hoops at Fork Union 

Military Academy before 

enrolling at Maryland ... 

he graduated from 

CarroUinl988... 

Personal — He was born 

July 12, 1970 in Liberia, 

West Africa and spent his first nine years there ... he 

is an only child ... he is majoring in urban studies. 



Quoting Coach WiUiams 



"Frank did some things 
to help us in practice 
last year This season 
we'll see if he has 
improved to the point 
where we can expand 
his role" 



MEET THE TERHAPINS 



On Kerwin - Will vie for the starting center spot this 
season ... he will be in his first year of eligibility at 
Maryland after sitting out last season under NCAA 
transfer guidelines ... at 6-10, he is the tallest Terp ... 
he has a good all-around game ... he can stick the 
outside jump shot, is an effective rebounder and has a 
tremendous work ethic ... he has spent much of the 
last year trying to add strength in the weightroom ... 
Gary Williams has often Ukened Kerwin' s court 
movements to a young Kevin McHale, now of the 
Boston Celtics ... says Williams: "he pivots the same 
way, has the same type of shot and he has long arms 
which make him an effective rebounder even though 
he is not a great leaper" ... At Old Dominion - 
Transferred from ODU after two seasons ... was the 
primary back-up to All-Sun Belt Conference center 
Chris Gatlin ... averaged 2 points and 2 rebounds a 

game as a sophomore 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"Chris reaUy is an 
important part of our 
team because of our 
overall lack of size. His 
ability to give us some 
quality minutes at 
center vvill be a key to 
our season." 



for the Monarchs ...he 
was recruited to ODU by 
then-Monarch's 
assistant coach Art 
Perry, who is now an 
assistant at Maryland ... 
High School - Played 
at Santaluces High 
School ... played to years 
at the West Palm Beach 
high school after 
beginning his varsity 
career in White Fish 
Bay, Wisconsin ... 
averaged 15 points and 
11 rebounds a game as a 
senior at Santaluces ... his high school coach was 
WiUie Gibson ... Personal - Born 2/21/70 ... his fuU 
name is Christopher Daniel Kerwin ... he is the 
youngest of seven children ... his six siblings - three 
brothers, three sisters - all were competitive 
swimmers ... he is majoring in criminal justice. 






\^ 



I 




#25 

Chris Kerwin 

Junior 

Center 

6-10,212 

West Palm Beach, 

Florida 




#32 

Alan Rainge 

Freshman, Guard 

6-2, 185 

Pontiac, 

Michigan 



ALAN RAINGE 




On Rainge - A late addition to the Terps recruiting 
class after deciding to attend Maryland in the early 
summer ... he hails from one of the most talent-rich 
areas of high school basketball in the country — 
Detroit and its suburbs ... he has experience playing 
both the point and the off guard, but probably will see 
most of his playing time at the 2-guard spot ... he was 
ranked among the top 250 high school seniors in the 
nation last year by Bob Gibbons ... he played on an 
outstanding AAU team that included Chris Webber 
and Jalen Rose (both of Michigan) and Voshon Lenard 
(of Minnesota) ... High School — Played at Pontiac 
Central ... a three-year starter, he was the team's 
leading scorer each season ... as a senior, he averaged 
21.5 points, SIX rebounds and eight assists a game, 
leading Central to the Regional playoffs ... he 
averaged 19 points as a junior and 17 as a sophomore 
... he was team captain 



as a junior and senior 

and earned first team 

all-state honors after his 

senior season ... he was 

an honorable mention 

selection on the 

McDonald's All- 

AmericanTeam... he 

also was an All- 

Mettopolitan pick, which 

included metropolitan 

Detroit ...he hails from 

the same high school 

that produced former 

college and professional 

great Campy Russell... 

Personal - Born December 12, 1972 ... his full name is 

Alan Omar Rainge ... his brother, Louis, played 

basketball at the University of Detriot, and his sister. 

Ebony, at 6-1 1/2 already is playing for the Pontiac 

Central girls varsity at the tender age of 15 ... he has 

yet to decide on a major. 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"Alan has major college 
quickness, which is key 
for this team. It will be 
interesting to watch 
the speed and 
ciuickness that 
potentially he brings to 
our pressure defense 
and our fast-break 
offense. " 



MEET THE TERR-IPINS 



19 



KURTIS SHULTZ 

On Shultz - A big, strong inside player who should 
give Maryland considerable help on the boards ... his 
play will be key for Maryland as the Terps try to 
revamp their defensive middle in the absence of 
Cedric Lewis ... he originally committed to attending 
the U.S. Naval Academy, but never enrolled fuUtime at 
the Academy ... after his Plebe Summer, he decided to 
resign his appointment and did not attend college last 
year ... during his year off, he worked as a substitute 
teacher in Baltimore County and worked on 
sharpening his game ... High School - Played his 
final two seasons at DeMatha High School ... he began 
his prep career at McDonough High in Baltimore, but 
transferred to DeMatha after two seasons ... he led 
the Stags to a third place city finish as a junior and the 
city's No. 2 spot as a senior, when he averaged 12 
points and 12 rebounds a game ... he averaged six 

point and seven 



rebounds as DeMatha's 
starting center his junior 
year ... at McDonough, 
he started both years in 
basketball and also 
played tight end and 
defensive end for the 
football team... 
Personal - Born March 
10, 1972 ...his full name 
is Kurtis William Shultz 
...he is easily the 
strongest player on the 
team ... during his year 
off between high school 
and college he got 
involved in body building and bench pressed as much 
as 290 pounds during that time ... he also has the 
largest feet on the team, strapping on size 19 Nikes ... 
his father, Ron, is the athletic director at Dundalk 
High School ... he has yet to decide on a major. 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"He certainly has the 
physical strength to 
play at this level. The 
key for us as a coaching 
staff is to try and find 
the position that best 
takes advantage of his 
skills." 




#55 

Kurtis Shultz 

Freshman, Forward 

6-5, 238 

Randallstown, 

Maryland 




#45 

Geno Soto 

Freshman, Forward 

6-7, 220 

San Sebastian, 

Puerto Rico 



GENO SOTO 



.■;.<7<spy: 



On Soto - He is expected to vie for a starting forward 
spot ... he possesses excellent touch from the outside 
and it not afraid of being physical as a rebounder ... he 
has considerable international experience, so he is a 
bit more prepared for the physical college game than 
most true freshmen ... there will be times when Soto 
will be the tallest player Maryland has on the floor 
and as such he will find himself playing every position 
along the front line ... he played for the Puerto Rican 
National Team in 1990 at the Junior World 
Championships ... he also was a late cut from the 
Puerto Rican Pan American Team this past summer ... 
he signed with Maryland during the November (1990) 
early signing period, choosing the Terps over several 
other ACC and Big East conference schools ... High 
School - Played for two years at Teaneck High 
School in Teaneck, N.J ... he played there as a 
sophomore and junior. 



and led the team in 
scoring each season... 
he averaged 19.5 points 
as a sophomore and 29 
points 12 rebounds — 
both team highs - as a 
junior ... he returned to 
his native Puerto Rico 
for his senior season 
and graduated from San 
Benito High School... 
Personal — Born March 
9, 1973... his full name 
is Eugenio Felipe Soto ... 
he is majoring m 
biological sciences. 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"He's another physically 
strong player It's 
unusual for true 
freshmen to be as 
physically developed 
as Geno and Kurtis are. 
I fully expect to get 
some quality playing 
time out of Geno this 
season." 



20 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



JOHN WALSH 



On Walsh - An incredibly diligent worker and all- 
around gifted basketball player ... he probably is best 
suited for the small forward position, given his 
outstanding long-range shooting abilities ... tall and 
lanky, he will have a distinct height advantage 
against most opponents when playing on the wing ... 
he will benefit greatly from Maryland's intense 
weight training program ... from day one, he will be 
one of the best passers among Maryland frontcourt 
personnel ... High School - Played his senior season 
at St, Thomas More Prep in Oakdale, Conn ... he 
averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and four assists a 
game and led St. Thomas to a 19-10 overall record and 
a fourth-place finish in the New England 
Championships ... his coach at St. Thomas More, Jerry 
Quinn, raved about his work ethic ... three St. Thomas 
More Prep players signed with Division I schools ... 
prior to enrolling at St. 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"He's the son of a coach 
and it is obvious he 
knows the game well. 
Guys like him usually 
have a way of winding 
up writh playing time. I 
would like to see him 
mature physically a bit, 
but he knows what to 
do vrith the ball." 



Thomas More, he 
competed for West Islip 
High School, which is in 
the same Long Island, 
N.Y. league that 
produced N.C. State 
forward Tom Gugliotta 
... at West Islip, he 
started for three 
seasons and was his 
team's leading scorer as 
both a sophomore and 
junior ... he averaged 19 
points and 10 rebounds 
as a sophomore and 26 
points, 12 rebounds and 
6 assists a game as a junior ... Personal — Born 
October 25, 1972 ... his fullname is John David Walsh 
... his father is the former coach at Babylon High 
School on Long Island, and produced such notable 
college players as Chris Burst (UNC) and Matt Burst 
(St. John's) ... he is the middle of three children ... his 
older sister, Laura, graduated from Providence, and 
his younger sister, Sarah, is a high school senior ... he 
has yet to decide on a major. 




#24 

John Walsh 

Freshman, Forward 

6-7, 205 

Islip, 

New York 




#11 

Joe Wootten 

Freshman, Guard 

5-10, 175 

University Park, 

Maryland 



JOE WOOTTEN 



On Wootten - Another former DeMatha Stag who 
joins the Terps this season ... he is a former high 
school teammate of Maryland freshman Kurtis Shultz 
... earned a roster spot this year as a walk-on ... 
fundamentally, he is as sound a player as there is ... 
hustles every day in practice and will be a key 
component of Maryland's scout team ... his father is 
the legendary coach of DeMatha, Morgan Wootten ... 
historically, Maryland has had outstanding success 
behind DeMatha players ... the list of former Terps 
who attended DeMatha includes: Gary Ward, Adrian 
Branch, Dutch Morley and Jerrod Mustaf ... High 
School - Played at DeMatha High School ... two-year 
varsity player and starter as a senior ... he averaged 
five points, four assists and less than a turnover a 
game ... as the Stags point guard, he led DeMatha to a 
perfect 30-0 record as a senior ... DeMatha won the 
Catholic League and 



City titles and were 

ranked as high as No. 5 

in the country by USA 

Today ... the Stags were 

the City runner-up in 

1990 ...he was named 

the team's Unsung Hero 

and its Most Valuable 

Senior after that 

campaign ... he also was 

an honorable mention 

all-league pick in the 

Washington Metro 

Athletic Conference ... 

Personal — Born 

December 19, 1972 ... 

his full name is Joseph Morgan Wootten ... he is the 

youngest of five kids ... he has yet to decide on a 

major. 



Quoting Coach Williams 



"As a walk-on, his role is 
to help prepare the team 
by being someone who 
works hard in practice 
and does what we ask of 
him as far as running the 
scout team. 1 know Joe 
will do a great job in that 
role, but I also know he 
is an excellent 
ballhandier and he could 
help us in certain game 
situations too." 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



1-92 MEN'S BASKETBALL BOSTEBS 




Front Row (L-R): Todd Davis, manager, Chris Kerwin, Eveis Bums, John Walsh, Vince Broadnax, Walt Williams, Kurtis Shultz, Gartield Smith, Geno Soto, 
Alan Rainge, Matt Morin, manager 

Second Row (L-R): Art Perry, assistant coach, Jim Patsos, assistemt coach. Bill Saylor, trainer, Joe Wootten, Mike Thibeault, Frank Horton, Kevin McLinton, 
Wayne Bristol, Matt Downing, Billy Hahn, assistant coach, Peter Sauer, administrative assistant, Gary Williams, head coach, Corey Gavitt, assistant coach 



ALPHABETICAL 

Name (No.) 

Wayne Bristol (31) 
Vince Broadnax (40) 
Evers Burns (33) 
Matthew Downing (12) 
Frank Horton (20) 
Chris Kerwin (25) 
Kevin McLinton (22) 
Alan Rainge (32) 
Kurtis Shultz (55) 
Garfield Smith (21) 
Geno Soto (45) 
Mike Thibeault (3) 
John Walsh (24) 
Walt Williams (42) 
Joe Wootten (11) 

Head Coach: Gary WiUiams (Maryland, 1968) 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn (Maryland, 75), 



Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Fr. 


G 


6-1 


160 


Sr. 


F 


6-3 


208 


Jr. 


F-C 


6-8 


247 


Sr. 


G 


5-10 


177 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


189 


Jr. 


C 


6-10 


212 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


208 


Fr. 


G 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


F 


6-5 


238 


Sr. 


F 


6-6 


232 


Fr. 


F 


6-7 


220 


So. 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


F 


6-7 


205 


Sr. 


G 


6-8 


219 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


175 



Hometown (High School) 

Beltsville, MD (High Point) 
ForestviUe, MD (Suitland) 
Baltimore, MD (Woodlawn) 
Atchison, KS (Atchison) 
Silver Spring, MD (John Carroll) 
West Palm Beach, FL (Santaluces) 
Silver Spring, MD (Sprmgbrook) 
Pontiac, MI (Central) 
Randallstown, MD (DeMatha) 
Bronx, NY (Evander Childs) 
San Sebastian, P.R. (San Benito) 
Glen Burnie, MD (Glen Burnie) 
Islip, NY (St. Thomas More Prep) 
Temple Hills, MD (Crossland) 
University Park, MD (DeMatha) 



Art Perry (Rutgers, 75), Corey Gavitt (North Carolina, '89), Jim Patsos (Catholic, '89) 



NUMERICAL 










No. 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


3 


Mike Thibeault 


So. 


G 


6-3 


185 


11 


Joe Wootten 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


175 


12 


Matthew Downing 


Sr. 


G 


5-10 


177 


20 


Frank Horton 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


189 


21 


Garfield Smith 


Sr. 


F 


6-6 


232 


22 


Kevin McLinton 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


208 


24 


John Walsh 


Fr. 


F 


6-7 


205 


25 


Chris Kerwin 


Jr. 


C 


6-10 


212 


31 


Wayne Bristol 


Fr. 


G 


6-1 


160 


32 


Alan Rainge 


Fr. 


G 


6-2 


185 


33 


Evers Burns 


Jr. 


F-C 


6-8 


247 


40 


Vince Broadnax 


Sr. 


F 


6-3 


208 


42 


Walt Williams 


Sr. 


G 


6-8 


219 


45 


Geno Soto 


Fr. 


F 


6-7 


220 


55 


Kurtis Shultz 


Fr. 


F 


6-5 


238 



Pronunciations: Geno (Hay-NO) Soto; Mike Thibeault (TEE-Bow) 



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Head Coach 



In 13 years as a college basketball head coach, 
Gary Williams consistently has fielded teams that 
exceeded all expectations. 

He directed American University to back-to-back 20 
win seasons. He coached Boston College to the top of 
the Big East Conference and to the NCAA Sweet 16, 
twice. He coached Ohio State toward the kind of 
frenzied following the football squad has always 
enjoyed, leading the Buckeyes to three consecutive 
post-season appearances. 

But at Maryland, Williams has transformed the 
fortunes of Terrapin basketball so dramatically it is 
beyond comparison to his previous experience. His 
Maryland teams own a 35-26 record, 11-17 in Atlantic 
Coast Conference play. Those numbers might be 
considered ordinary, except that many so-called 
"experts" suggested Williams' Terps would be 
winless m the league at this juncture. 

Williams' Terps have enjoyed wins over every 
league opponent, save one. Two years ago, he took a 
team that was a unanimous pick to finish at the 
bottom of the league standings to a fifth place ACC 
finish and a berth m the National Invitation 
Tournament. Last year, he directed a team that lost its 
only bona fide star player to injury for 12 games yet 
still managed 16 wins overall and five m the ACC. 

His 35-26 Maryland mark brings Williams' overall 
won- loss record to 242-154 in 13 seasons. His out-of- 
conference record at Maryland is 22-7, including an 
11-3 mark last season, when Williams finished third in 
the balloting for ACC Coach of the Year. 

With back-to-back winning seasons, Williams 
became only the second coach in school history to 
direct his first two teams to winning records. Bud 
Millikan, in the early 1950s, is the only other Maryland 
coach to do it, equalling Williams with his former 
mentor. 

A 1968 graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as 
the Terps' starting point guard from 1964-67 under 
Millikan's direction. Not the most physically gifted 
college player, Williams excelled on the court by 




D TERR^ 



studying the game. The full court pressure defense 
Williams' teams are now known for, is a variation on 
what he was first taught at Maryland as a player. The 
fast breaking offense Williams employs today is 
similar to the up-tempo style that Vic Bubas' Duke 
teams used when Williams was a player. 

Upon graduation, Williams immediately began 
applying the lessons and observations of his playing 
days to his career as a coach. 
That career includes a high school state 
championship and seven seasons as a college 
assistant before taking a head coaching position - the 
top spot at American. His years at AU were 
memorable. In 1981, his squad set a school record for 
victories with a 24-6 slate, won the East Coast 
Conference Championship and played in the NIT. The 
next year, the Eagles went 21-9 and made a return 
trip to the NIT. In four years at AU, Williams' teams 
were 72-42. 



CAREER STATISTICS 

Here's a glance at Williams' career statistics at Maryland: 

Season GP FGM-FGA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT PF-DQ REBAVG PTS-AVG 

1964-65 26 33-87 .379 25-50 .500 37-0 80-3.1 91-3.5 

1965-66 23 23-61 .386 29-42 .476 27-0 74-3,2 66-2.9 

1966-67 25 71-134 .530 31-49 .633 53-0 82-3.3 173-6.9 

Totals 74 127-282 .450 85-141 .600 117-0 236-3.2 330-4.5 



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THE COACHING STAFF 



In 1983, he moved on to Boston College, leading 
those Eagles to a 25-7 record, the Big East Conference 
regular season title and the NCAA "Sweet 16" that 
first season. Three of Williams' BC squads would go 
on to play m the post-season, twice earnmg trips to 
thefinalie. 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching 
position at Ohio State, and immediately was a 
success. His first Buckeyes squad upended then No. 1 
and unbeaten Iowa in the regular season. That would 
be the first of many giant-killings by the Williams-led 
Buckeyes. Other big wins would follow, including 
victories over second-ranked Purdue, perennial power 
Kansas and highly regarded Big 10 foes Michigan and 
lUinois. 

Williams is the only coach to direct programs m the 
three elite conferences of college basketball - the 
Atlantic Coast, the Big East and the Big 10. He has 
delivered each of the four schools he has coached to 
post-season berths, taking nine teams to post-season 
action, including three trips to the NCAA 
Tournament. 

As he enters the 1991-92 season a few games shy 
of 250 career wins, look for Williams' Terps to again 
exceed all expectations. 



THE WILLIAMS COACHING RECORD 



Year 

1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 

1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 

1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 

1989-90 
1990-91 



School 

Amercian Univ. 
American Univ. 
American Univ. 
American Univ. 
American Totals 

Boston College 
Boston College 
Boston College 
Boston College 
B.C. Totals 

Ohio State 
Ohio State 
Ohio State 
O.S.U. Totals 

Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland Totals 

13-year Totals 



Won 

14 
13 
24 
21 
72 

25 
18 
20 
13 
76 

20 
20 
19 
59 

19 
16 
35 

242 



Lost 

13 
14 
6 
9 
42 

7 
12 
11 
15 
45 

13 
13 
15 
41 

14 
12 
26 

154 



.Pet Tourney 

.518 

.481 

.800 NIT 

.700 NIT 

.631 

.781 NCAA 
.600 NIT 
.645 NCAA 
.464 
.628 

.606 NCAA 

.606 NIT 

.558 NIT 
.590 



.576 
.571 
.574 

.611 



NIT 



THE WILLIAMS RESUME 

Coaching Experience 

1989- Head Coach, University of Maryland, 

Present College Park, MD 

2 year record: 35-26 
NIT Tournament: 1990 

Wmningest first-year coach in Maryland history 
1986-89 Head Coach, Ohio State University, 
Columbus, OH 
3-year record: 59-41 
NCAA Tournament: 1987 
NIT Toumament: 1988 & 1989 
1982-86 Head Coach, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 
4-year record: 76-45 
NCAA Tournament: 1983 & 1985 

(Final 16 each year) 
NIT Toumament: 1984 
1978-82 Head Coach, American University, 
Washington, D.C. 
4-year record: 72-42 
NIT Toumament: 1981 & 1982 
1977-78 Assistant Coach, Boston College, 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
Assistant to Tom Davis 
1-year record: 15-11 
1971-77 Assistant Basketball Coach/Head Soccer Coach, 
Lafayette College, Easton, PA 
Assistant to Tom Davis 
6-year record: 116-44 
Soccer record in 6 years: 27-37-13 
1969-71 Head Varsity Coach, Woodrow Wilson High 
School, Camden NJ 
1969-70 squad w/as 27-0 and New? Jersey 
State Champions 
1968-69 Head Junior Varsity Coach, Woodrow Wilson 

High School, Camden, NJ 
1967-68 Student Assistant Coach, University of 

Maryland, College Park, MD 
Coaching Honors 



1986 



1981 

Education 
1968 



Assistant Coach, World Junior Championships, 

Italy 
Assistant to Larry Brown 
U.S. Team won the silver medal 
Eastern Basketball Coach of the Year 



Graduated, University of Maryland, Bachelor of 
Science in Education 

PersonalMormation 

Age: 46 

Birthdate: March 4, 1945 

High School: Collingswood High School, CoUingswood, NJ 

High School Awards: 3rd-team all-State in basketball 



This Guy Can Coach 



Last season Gary 
Williams solidified his 
standing as one of tie 
best game coaches in 
the country. In 1990-91, 
the Terps led the ACC in 
winning "close games", 
defined as any game 
where the teams are 
within five points with 
five minutes to play, or 
any game decided by 
five or fewer points, or 
any overtime game. The 
Terps, with Williams on 
the sidelines calling the 
shots, were 9-3 in "close 
games" last year, a .750 
winning percentage. 
Maryland was 4-1 in 
ACC close games and 5- 
2 in non-ACC naUbiters. 



This Guy Can Coach 11 



The Terps posted three 
of the ACC's seven best 
comebacks last season, 
another testimony to 
Gary Williams bench 
coaching skills. The 
Terps had the league's 
best comeback, 
returning from a 17- 
point halftime deficit to 
vnn by six at South 
Florida. Unofficially, the 
1 7-point turnaround is 
the best comeback in 
ACC history. The Terps 
also came from 12 back 
at the half to beat 
Virginia (the league 's 
third best comeback), 
and from eight down at 
the half to beat Wake 
Forest. 

Source: Barry Jacob's 
Fan's Guide to the ACC 



MEET THE TERRAPINS 



25 




BILLY HAHN 




Assistant Coach 



Billy Hahn remembers the glory years of Maryland 
basketball. He was there on those Super Sunday 
afternoons when the great Maryland teams of the 
mid-1970s had some of their most memorable games. 
He knows first hand that sports fans the following 
Mondays were talking about the Terps basketball 
games and not about the Super Bowls that followed it. 

Now Hahn is orchestrating similar excitement m 
Maryland hoops as part of the Terps coaching staff. 

When Hahn played at Maryland, from 1971-75, the 
Terps were one of the nation's most dominant teams. 
He was part of a National Invitation Tournament 
championship in 1972, a member of the team that lost 
arguably the greatest ACC game of all time - 103-100 
in triple overtime to N.C. State in 1973 - and he 
shared in the triumph of captaining his senior team to 
the third round of the NCAA Tournament in 1975. 

When his career continued as a coach, big wins, a 
few more heartbreaking losses and continued success 
in the NIT and NCAA tournaments continued as well. 

Now he's on the sidelines in College Park to 
continue the resurgence of one of the country's great 
hoops programs. It's a program he knows well and 
loves deeply. 

Prior to joining Gary Williams' Maryland staff, Hahn 
was for three years the head coach at Ohio University, 
compiling a 42-45 overall record and always fielding 
competitive teams in the under-appreciated Mid- 
American Conference. In 1989, he coached the MAC 
Player of the Year, Paul Graham. Throughout his three 
years, 100 percent of his senior players earned their 
degrees. 

Prior to his being named head coach, Hahn was for 
six years the Ohio University assistant, aiding Danny 
Nee's staffs as its primary recruiter and a savvy court 
coach. For four years those OU teams posted 20 win 
seasons, while twice earning trips to the NCAA 
Tournament and once to the NIT. 

Prior to his stmt at Ohio, Hahn was for three years 
an assistant at Rhode Island (1977-80), where he 
recruited and coached future New York Knicks star 
Sly Williams, and before that he was an assistant at 
Davidson College (1976-77) and Morris Harvey 
CoUege in West Virginia (1975-76). 

Hahn, who has earned a reputation as a tireless 
recruiter, was an equally relentless player. Recruited 
out of Mishawaka, Ind. - the fust Maryland player 
from the tradition-rich Hoosier state - Hahn starred 
for the Terps 1971 freshmen team. But in 1972, the 




Terps recruited a point guard of some repute by the 
name of John Lucas. Two years later another one by 
the name of Brad Davis came along. Billy Hahn 
became a reserve, but handled his fate with typical 
enthusiasm, becoming the team's vocal leader if not 
its statistical one. 

Now, Hahn helps lead the Terps from the bench, 
lending to this Maryland team as a coach, the same 
competitiveness, desire and love for the program that 
he added to those Maryland teams as a player 20 
years ago. 

Specifics: 38 (6-22-53) 

Education: B.S. Distributive Education, with a minor 
in business administration, University of Maryland, 
1975 

Playing Experience: Three-time letterman for the 
University of Maryland. Team captain in 1974-75. He 
earned the Alvin Aubmoe Career Contribution Award 
as a senior and was a member of the ACC Academic 
Honor Roll m 1974-75. 

Coaching: Morris Harvey College, Assistant Coach, 
1975-76; Davidson College, Assistant Coach, 1976-77; 
University of Rhode Island, Assistant Coach, 1977-80 
(1979 NIT appearance); Ohio University, Assistant 
Coach, 1980-86 (1983 & 1985 NCAA Tournament 
appearance, 1986 NIT appearance); Ohio University, 
Head Basketball Coach, 1986-89 (three-season record 
of 42-45). 

Personal: Hometown is Mishawaka, Indiana. He is 
married to the former Kathi Sheehy and the couple 
has two children: Matthew, 13, and Ashley, 8. 



26 



THE COACHING STAFF 



ART PERRY 



Art Perry is in his second year on the Maryland 
staff but his knowledge of this program and 
basketball m this area spans a lifetime. 

A Washington, D.C. native, Perry grew up playing 
ball in some of the same city leagues in which now he 
watches many of the nation's top young players 
compete. Many of the same coaches that helped Perry 
develop into a schoolboy star are still helping this 
area's youth hone their basketball skills. He has deep 
roots in this area. 

Perry, 46, went to high school in The District at 
Eastern High, he played his college ball nearby at 
American and brings to Maryland an impressive 
resume of 19 years of coaching and a serene 
enjoyment that can only come from being "home." 

Prior to accepting Gary Williams' assistant 
coaching offer last year. Perry was for six years, on 
the staff of Tom Young at Old Dominion University. 
However, Perry's association with Young goes back 
well beyond ODU. Perry had coached almost 
continually with the Maryland graduate (Class of '58) 
since 1973, when he joined Young's Rutgers staff as a 
student coach. He was with Young at Rutgers when 
the Scarlet Knights earned a berth in the 1976 NCAA 
Final Four. After a brief stint at Connecticut, Perry 
rejoined Young at Rutgers as a fulltime assistant in 
1978 and had stayed with Young at Rutgers and ODU 
until accepting the Maryland assistants post. 

Like his counterpart on the Maryland coaching 
staff, Billy Hahn, Perry is a tireless recruiter, and he 
has a keen eye for talent. More than 20 student- 
athletes that Perry has recruited have been drafted 
into the pros, and more than 10 have played 
extensively. Among his most recent recruiting jewels 
was prep All-American Chris Catling to Old 
Dominion. Catling, of course, was picked in the first 
round of this summer's NBA draft. To Rutgers, Perry 
recruited future NBA players Roy Hinson and John 
Battle. 

But Perry's experiences with outstanding 
basketball talent is not confined to his coaching roles. 
As a college player at American, Perry was a 
teammate of Kermit Washington, who went on to star 
in the NBA. Perry, too, had visions of basketball after 
college, but a knee injury prior to his junior season 
dashed those hopes and led him toward coaching. 
When Young offered him a chance to finish his degree 
as a student coach, the career was born. 



Perry was a three-sport star at Eastern High School, 
which during the early 1960s was the District's 
athletics powerhouse. As a senior. Perry 
quarterbacked both the football and basketball (as a 
point guard) teams to the city championship. He also 
was a sprinter on the track team. Perry graduated 
from Eastern High in 1964 and spent four years as a 
crew chief for jet fighters and as a member of the All- 
Air Force basketball team before returning to D.C. and 
enrolling at American. 

Specifics: 46 (11-8-46) 

Education: B.S. Health, Physical Education and 
Recreation, Rutgers University, 1975; currently 
enrolled in the M.A. Sports Management program at 
Old Dominion. 

Playing Experience: Three-time letterwinner at 
American University, 1970-73; four times named to 
the AU-Air Force Team, 1965-69 

Coaching: Rutgers University, Assistant Coach, 1973- 
76 (1976 NCAA Final Four); University of Connecticut, 
Assistant Coach, 1976-78; Rutgers University, 
Assistant Coach, 1978-85 (NCAA Tournament twice, 
NIT once) ; Old Dominion University, Assistant Coach, 
1985-90 (1986 NCAA Tournament, 1988 NIT 
Tournament); University of Maryland, Assistant 
Coach, 1990-Present. 

Personal: Hometown is Washington D.C. His mother, 
sister and brother all still live in The District. Perry is 
single. 








Assistant Coach 



THE COACHING STAFF 



27 



COREY GAVITT 
Part-Time Assistant Coach 

Corey Gavitt has followed Gary Williams-coached 
teams since his youth, when he would sit near 
courtside to watch Williams' Boston College Eagles. 

Now, Gavitt will be courtside with Williams as he 
begins his first year on the Maryland staff. 

A 1989 graduate of North Carolina with a degree in 
speech communications, Gavitt lettered four years as 
an attackman on the Tar Heels highly-competitive 
lacrosse team. 

Even though is collegiate playing experience 
involves lacrosse, Gavitt has grown up around the 
game of basketball. His father, Dave, is the Executive 
Vice President of the Boston Celtics and the former 
commissioner of the Big East Conference. Gavitt's 
older brother, Danny, is also a Division I assistant, 
aiding Rick Barnes staff at Providence. 

Last year, Gavitt, 24, served as a scout and the 
video tape coordinator for the Celtics. It was an 
experience that will serve him well at Maryland, 
where he will be involved m all scouting, video tape 
exchange, as well as coordinating summer camp and 
clinic programs. 

JAMES PATSOS 
Volunteer Assistant 

After two years as the assistant basketball coach at 
Archbishop Carroll High School, Jimmy Patsos joins 
the Maryland staff this year as the volunteer assistant 
coach. 

Having played for four years at nearby Cathohc 
University and after his prep coaching experience, 
Patsos knows well the basketball community m this 
metropolitan area. 

And he has enjoyed a measure of success in that 
community. His first year at Carroll, the team posted a 
21-8 overall record and was ranked as high as No. 6 
nationally before losing to archrival DeMatha in the 
city playoffs. 

At Maryland, Patsos and Corey Gavitt will share 
many of the scouting, video tape exchange and 
summer camp organization responsibilities. 

With his degree from Cathohc m history, Patsos, 25, 
currently is enrolled in graduate courses at Maryland 
toward a master's in theater history. 




James Patsos 




Peter Sauer 




Cleo Long-Thomas 



PETER SAUER 
Administrative Assistant 

Handling the day-to-day administrative duties of 
Maryland's basketball operation is Peter Sauer, who is 
in his third year with the staff. Sauer was the 
assistant athletic director for development and 
communications at the University of Maryland- 
Baltimore County m 1988, before joining Gary 
Williams' first staff. In that capacity, he coordinated 
all marketing efforts over the course of a very 
successful UMBC season. 

Sauer orchestrated the revamping of UMBC's 
corporate sponsorships, one end result of which was 
the broadcasting of four Retriever games on television 
- a University first. His efforts in other areas helped 
secure for UMBC its most productive year ever at the 
gate. 

Among Sauer's duties for the Terps are 
coordination of the facilities and schedules and game 
management. He also coordinates team travel and 
assists with the organization of the Gary Williams 
Basketball Camp. 

Sauer is a graduate of the University of Maryland, 
earning a bachelor of arts degree in government and 
politics in 1981. He went on to earn his law degree in 
1987 from the University of Nebraska College of Law. 

CLEO LONG-THOMAS 
Coaches' Secretary 

Trying to keep all the Terps' coaches organized is 
the job of staff secretary Cleo Long-Thomas, who is in 
her second season in the hoops office. 

The definitive jack-of-all-trades, Long-Thomas 
handles all of the professional schedules for the 
Maryland coaches, assists with the planning of Coach 
Williams' speaking engagements, organizes 
recruiting correspondence, and generally tries to keep 
the basketball office running smoothly in the midst of 
a hectic season. 

A native of Washington, DC, Long-Thomas has 
worked at the University for five years. Prior that 
coming to the University, she worked for 17 years in 
the federal government. 

Cleo and her husband, Jocquin, have three 
children; Tryone, 23, Jabari, 17, and Raven, 7. The 
couple now resides in Hyattsville, Md. 



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MEET THE TERRAPINS 




MVIARYLA^ 
VIRGINIA 



Decembet2, 1955 

Cole Field House Dedication 

Maryland 67, Virginia 55 



COLE FIELD HOUSE 




When college basketball was achieving its most 
explosive growth - from the late 1950's to the 1970's 
- there was one college gymnasium on the East 
Coast that sat as many as 12,000 fans. Cole Field 
House epitomized the new big time, main event 
status of college hoops, the sport of network TV and 
emerging legends. It stands today as a building that 
faces cosmetic renewal over the next several years, 
but Cole's charisma will not be tampered with; there 
was not a bad seat on Dec. 2, 1955, when it was 
dedicated m a game against Virginia, and there is not 
a better place to watch a game today. Only in a 
building like Cole, where history has been routinely made, can the fan feel the echo of tradition, and 
experience, even in the empty Cole, the electricity generated by buzzer beaters and a thousand slam dunks. 

Cole was dedicated as the Student Activities Center, a $3.3 million project that was erected under the 
tutelage of Board of Regents Chair, Judge William P. Cole Jr., and President Wilson Elkins. A year after the 
dedication, the building was named m honor of Cole, who served the Board of Regents for 25 years. 

Although Cole has remained the same basketball hall it was built to be, there have been refinements. 
Scoreboards were installed recently that will not only tell the fan what the score is, but also how loud they are 
cheering. Cole's seating also grew from its original base, and 14,500 fans can now root for the Red and White at 
any game. 

As championships were awarded over the years, Cole got some of the very best. The 1966 and 1970 Men's 
Basketball Final Fours were held here. Last year, the first and second rounds of the Eastern Regionals were 
held in Cole Field House. The NCAA Wrestling Championship was held here in 1960, 1972, 1978, 1987, and 
1990, and the NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship took place last December. 

Cole Field House is home to most of the athletic department offices, and yearly hosts thousands who visit 
just to see where so much hoop history has been made. 




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THIS IS MARYLAND 



NCAA'S at COLE 

1962 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

Wake Forest 96, St, Joseph's(Pa) 85 

Vmanova79, NewYorkU.76 

Championship 

Wake Forest 79, Vrllanova 69 

Third Place 

New York U 94, St. Joseph's 85 

1963 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 
Duke81,NewYorkU. 76 

St. Joseph's 97, West Virginia 88 

Championship 

Duke 73, St. Joseph's 69 

Third Place 

West Virginia 83, New York U 73 

1965 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

Princeton 66, North Carolina 48 

Providence 81, St. Joseph's 73 (OT) 

Championship 

Princeton 109, Providence 69 

Third Place 

North Carohna 103, St. Joseph's 81 

1966 Final Four 
Semi-Finals 

Kentucky 83, Duke 79 

Texas El Paso 85, Utah 78 

Championship 

Texas El Paso 85, Kentucky 65 

Third Place 

Duke 79, Utah 77 

1967 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

North Carolma 78, Princeton 70 (OT) 

Boston College 63, St. John's 62 

Championship 

North Carolma 96, Boston College 80 

Third Place 

Princeton 78, St John's 58 

1968 First Round 
Davidson 79. St. John's 70 

1969 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

North Carolina 79, Duquesne 78 

Davidson 79, St. John's 69 

Championship 

North Carolina 87, Davidson 86 

Third Place 

Duquesne 75, St. John's 72 

1970 Final Four 
Semi-Finals 

Jacksonville 94, St. Bonaventure 83 

UCLA 93, New Mexico St. 77 

Championship 

UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 

Third Place 

New Mexico St. 79, St. 

Bonaventure 73 

1977 Eastern Regionals 

Semi-Finals 

Kentucky 93, Virginia Military 78 

North Carolina 79, Notre Dame 77 

Championship 

North Carolma 79, Kentucky 72 

1991 Eastern Regionals 

First Round 

Oklahoma State 67, New Mexico 54 

N.C. State 114, Southern Miss. 85 

Temple 80, Purdue 63 

Richmond 73, Syracuse 69 

Second Round 

Oklahoma State 73, N.C. State 64 

Temple 77, Richmond 64 




Terp Attendance Through the Years 




Total Season 






Home Games Only 


Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


1990-91 


28 


267,401 


9,550 


14 


137,476 


9,820 


1989-90 


33 


306,339 


9,293 


16 


164,806 


10,300 


1988-89 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


14 


128,773 


9,198 


1987-88 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


12 


145,525 


12,127 


1986-87 


26 


241,118 


9,274 


16 


130,975 


8,186 


1985-86 


33 


335,937 


10,180 


14 


160,267 


11,447 


1984-85 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


16 


199,335 


12.458 


1983-84 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


15 


170.060 


11.337 


1982-83 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


17 


172,445 


10.144 


1981-82 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


16 


157,275 


9.830 


1980-81 


31 


398.036 


12,840 


15 


196,978 


13.132 


1979-80 


31 


317,519 


10,242 


16 


160,815 


10.050 


1978-79 


30 


316,449 


10,548 


18 


201,536 


11.196 


1977-78 


28 


305,001 


10,893 


14 


172,673 


12.334 


1976-77 


27 


325,777 


12,066 


19 


240,254 


12.645 


1975-76 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


15 


196.656 


13.110 


1974-75 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


14 


187.971 


13.427 


1973-74 


28 


301,164 


10,756 


12 


144.149 


12.012 


1972-73 


30 


340,964 


11,365 


13 


172.828 


13.294 


1971-72 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


14 


184.323 


13.166 


1970-71 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


15 


180.842 


12.056 


1969-70 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


14 


138.600 


9.900 


1968-69 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


10 


66.500 


6.650 


1967-68 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


10 


70.100 


7.010 


1966-67 


25 


164,390 


6,576 


10 


82.490 


8.249 


1965-66 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


10 


95.400 


9,540 


1964-65 


26 


185,500 


7,135 


12 


103.100 


8.592 


1963-64 


26 


132,200 


5,084 


9 


52.500 


5.833 



Attendance records prior to 1963 are incomplete. 

Largest Cole Field House Crowd: 15.287 

Final Score: North Carolina 79. Maryland 77 (OT) 

Date: Wednesday. Feb. 16. 1972 

Because of current seating regulations, capacity of Cole Field 

House nowr IS 14.500. 




THIS IS MARYLAND 



THE UNIVERSITY AT COLLEGE PARK 



Did You Know . 



... that College Park has 
more than a dozen 
academic departments 
and programs rated 
among the 10 best at 
public universities in the 
U.S. by the National 
Academy of Sciences 
and other prestigious 
professional 
organizations. 



The University of 
Maryland College Park is 
the cornerstone of the 11 
school Maryland state 
system of four year 
colleges. Chartered in 
1856, Maryland College 
Park is situated on a 
1,350 acre campus nine 
miles north of 
Washington, D.C., and in 
close proximity to 
Maryland's Capital of 
Annapolis and the state's 
largest city, Baltimore. 
Acres of lawns and tall 
shade trees accompany 
the 350 major buildings 
at Maryland College 
Park. It is one of the 
finest universities in the 
nation. 

From its pre-Civil War 
roots as the state's first 
agricultural college, and 
its designation soon after 
as one of America's 
original land grant 
institutions, to it its 
officially mandated 
status in 1988 as the 
"flagship" institution of 
the state's 11-university 
system, the University of 
Maryland at College Park 
has emerged as one of 
the nation's foremost 
public institutions of 
higher education. 

In such disciplines as 
engineering, computer 
science, physics, 
economics, and 
mathematics. College 
Park has attracted 
national and 

international recognition, 
placing it among the best 
of its peers. In the social 
sciences and humanities, 
in business and the arts, 
as well, the university 
has been widely 
acclaimed for the quality 
of its faculty and 
programs. 



Did You Know. 



... that College Park 
enrolls students from all 
50 states, the District of 
Columbia, and 111 
foreign countries. 




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THIS IS MARYLAND 



The 11th largest 
university in the United 
States, College Park 
undergraduate 
enrollment last year was 
26,863. Its students 
pursue 122 majors for 
undergraduates and 88 
programs for graduate 
students. Courses are 
taught by more than 
2,081 full-time faculty, 
many of whom are 
internationally known 
scholars and researchers. 

Over the past several 
years the average SAT 
scores of entermg 
freshmen have soared 
to the highest in 
university history. As 
part of its commitment 
to enhancing 
undergraduate 
education, the university 
has reduced 
undergraduate 
enrollment, improved 
faculty-student ratios, 
raised admissions 
standards, revamped the 
honors program, 
strengthened advising, 
supported student 
research and encouraged 
numerous innovations in 
teaching. Along with the 
expanded emphasis on 
improving the learning 
environment for 
undergraduate students, 
the university has placed 
the highest priority on 
attracting more minority 
students and 
transforming the 
academic climate for 
women. 

At the same time, the 
university attracts some 
of the nation's 
outstanding research 
scholars to its faculty. 
College Park ranks fourth 
in the nation in total 
federal research and 
development funding 
among public 
universities without a 
medical school, and the 




Did you Know. 



... that CoBege Paik had 
doubled the percentage 
of tuU-time African 
American students m 10 
years from 7.4 percent 
in 1979 to 15.8 percent 
in 1989. In the faU 1990, 
there were 3,347 African 
American students at 
College Park. 




Did You Know. 



.. that College Park 
sends alumni mail to 
more than 163,000 
graduates in all 50 
states and in more than 
100 foreign countries. 
Nearly 101,000 live in 
Maryland. 




THIS IS MARYLAND 



33 



Did You Know . 



... that College Park is 
home to the College of 
Journalism that was 
acknowledged by the 
Gannett Center as one 
of the top 11 exemplary 
journalism schools in 
the country, and its 
Public Relations 
Program is ranked as 
the nation's best, 
according to a study by 
Marquette University. 



THE UNIVERSITY AT COLLEGE PARK 



JvtaJdngal 
T)ifferenctJ\ 
in the '90s 




The Phfiship 
University -it 
the Crossroads 
of Greatness 




Did you Know. 



...that College Park is at 
the center of cultural 
mfluencem the state. 
Over 200 concerts a year 
are preformed on 
campus and around the 
state by University 
groups. 




faculty has been 
awarded numerous 
Guggenheim, Sloan and 
Fulbright fellowships. In 
addition, since its 
inception m 1984, the 
highly coveted National 
Science Foundation 
Presidential Young 
Investigator Award has 
gone to 17 younger 
College Park faculty 
members. 

Home to dozens of 
specialized centers and 
institutes that focus on 
areas as diverse as 
global climate change, 
international security, 
advanced helicopter 
design, super computers, 
the ecology of the 
Chesapeake Bay, 
Renaissance and 
Baroque studies, and 
innovative approaches to 
systems engineering. 
College Park is a hub of 
research and academic 
activity for the state, the 
region and the nation. 



It is also a leader in 
providing technical 
assistance to businesses 
and government 
agencies as well as a 
catalyst for technology 
transfer and economic 
development within the 
state. From agricultural 
economics and artificial 
intelligence to regional 
and urban planning and 
the training of 
tomorrow's teachers, the 
university is a rich source 
of expertise for meeting 
the needs of both the 
public and private sector. 

On the eve of a new 
century, the University of 
Maryland at College Park 
looks forward to the year 
2000 as an institution of 
vigor and vitality, 
committed to continuing 
its role of helping , 
stimulate and strengthen 
the intellectual, 
economic and cultural 
well-being of the 
students and citizens it 
serves. 




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THIS IS MARYLAND 











THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



The Tradition 

Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any 
endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, 
competition has become so balanced and so 
competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain 
a high level of consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the 
odds. Founded on May 8, 1953 and now m its 39th 
year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the 
reputation as one of the strongest and most 
competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. 
And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers 
support It. 

Atlantic Coast Conference schools have captured 
36 NCAA & AIAW championships, including 20 in 
men's sports and 16 in women's competition. In 
addition, 69 men and 21 women have earned the 
coveted title of NCAA Champion. 

The University of Maryland brought the first NCAA 
Championship to the ACC, winning the national 
football title in 1953. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and 
losses, then the ACC is unrivaled in NCAA Basketball 
Tournament history. No Division I conference has 
posted a better record than the ACC since the 
NCAA's inaugural tournament in 1938. The eight 
current conference members have posted an NCAA 
Tournament mark of 189-104 for a Tournament-best 
.645 winning percentage. With Duke's dramatic 
national championship season of 1991, ACC teams 
have claimed five national titles, while finishing 
second on eight occasions. 

National Audiences 

Over the years, ACC basketball teams have gained 
global recognition through their NCAA Tournament 
and national television exposure. During the 1991-92 
season, a totals of 74 regular season games, plus all 
eight contests in the annual conference tournament 
will be televised. ACC teams will be seen this season 
on all three major networks and ESPN. 

The Terps enjoy three ESPN appearances and one 
game on ABC Television among their nine televised 
regular season games this year. 

Outstanding Academics 

The ACC also stands at the forefront of 
intercollegiate athletics in terms of academic 
accomplishments of its student-athletes. That 
accomplishment is nowhere better reflected than in 
the CFA Academic Achievement Award which is 
given annually to the CFA member institution with 
the highest graduation rate among members of its 
football team. Six times over the past 11 years, an 
ACC member school has claimed the award. 

In addition, since 1963, ACC basketball players 
have earned first team Academic All-America honors 
28 times. The most recent of those honorees is 



Maryland's Matt Roe, who was a national selection 
last season. Roe typified the student-athletes in the 
ACC, earning third team AU-ACC honors on the court 
and first team Academic All- America honors off it. 

The Championships 

The conference will conduct championships in 23 
sports in 1991-92, with 12 for men and 11 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming 
on Feb. 25, 1954, while the league's inaugural 
basketball tournament took place March 4-6, 1954. 
That tournament drew 36,000 fans over three days, 
and the Grandaddy of college basketball tournaments 
continues to pack them in. This year's post-season 
classic will again be held in the Charlotte Coliseum, 
whose 23,000-plus seats will be filled to capacity four 
consecutive days. 

The ACC this year will sponsor men's 
championships in basketball, football, cross country, 
soccer, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, 
swimming, tennis, golf and lacrosse. 

Women's sports were initiated at the conference 
level in 1977. The league will sponsor championships 
for women in basketball, cross country, volleyball, 
field hockey, soccer, swimming, indoor and outdoor 
track, tennis, golf and softball. 

The Schools 

Clemson - Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 

charter member of the SC in 1921, charter member 

of the ACC m 1953. 
Duke - Joined SC m December, 1928, charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 
Florida State - Charter member of the Dixie 

Conference in 1948, joined Metro Conference in 

July, 1976, joined ACC, July 1, 1991. 
Georgia Tech - Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 

charter member of SC in 1921, charter member of 

SEC in 1932, joined the ACC in July, 1979. 
Maryland - Charter member of the SC in 1921, 

charter member of the ACC m 1953. 
North Carolina — Charter member of the SIAA in 

1894, charter member of the SC in 1921, charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 
N.C. State - Charter member of the SC m 1 92 1 , 

charter member of the ACC in 1953. 
Virginia - Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 

charter member of the SC in 1921, resigned from 

the SC m December, 1936, joined ACC in 

December, 1953. 
Wake Forest - Joined SC m February, 1936, charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 

ACC Ofrice Staff 

Commissioner: Eugene F. Corrigan 

Assistant Commissioners: Fred Barakat, Bradley 

Faircloth, Jon LeCrone, Tom Mickle, David 

Thompson, Dee Todd 
Service Bureau Staff: Brian Morrison, Emily Watkins 
Service Bureau Phone: (919) 854-8787 



THIS IS MAHYLAND 



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THE UNIVERSITY 



Board of Regents 

George V. McGowan, 

Chair 

Anne Arundel County 

Margaret Alton 

Baltimore City 

Mary Arabian 

Baltimore City 

Richard 0. Berndt 

Baltimore City 

Roger Blunt, Vice Chair 

Montgomery County 

Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 

Earle Palmer Brown 

Montgomery County 

Wayne Cawley, Jr. 

Anne Arundel County 

Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore City 

Chad Goebel 

Prince George's County 

Frank A. Gunther 

Baltimore City 

Ilona M. Hogan 

Washington, D.C. 

Ann R. Hull 

Prince George's County 

Henry R. Lord 

Baltimore County 

Joann M. McCartney 

Salisbury, MD 

Franklin P. Perdue 

Wicomico County 

Constance M. Unseld 

Assistant Secretary 
Baltimore County 

Albert N. Whiting 

Howard County 



System 
Administration 

Dr. Donald N. 
Langenberg 

Chancellor 

Dr. Jean E. Spencer 

Deputy Chancellor 

Dr. David S. Sparks 

Vice Chancellor for 
Academic Affairs, 
Graduate Studies and 
Research 

Mr. Donald L. Meyers 

Vice Chancellor for 
General Administration 

Dr. Raymond J. Miller 

Vice Chancellor for 
Agriculture Affairs 

Mr. John K. Martin 

Vice Chancellor for 
External Affairs 

College Park 
Campus 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Robert J. Dorfman 

Vice President /or 
Academic Affairs and 
Provost 

Mr. Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 

Ms. Kathryn Costello 

Vice President for 

Institutional 

Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Vice President for 
Student Affairs 



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University 
President 

William E. Kirwan 

After more than 25 
years of service as a 
professor and 
administrator at the 
University of Maryland at 
College Park, Dr. William 
E. Kirwan was appointed 
president on February 1, 
1989. He had served as 
acting president of the 
University since August 
1, 1988, when the 
resignation of President 
John B. Slaughter 
became effective. 

Under Dr. Kirwan's 
leadership, the 
University of Maryland at 
College Park recently 
developed a $150 million, 
five-year plan to enhance 
the University, including 
a program to strengthen 
undergraduate 
education. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the 
University in 1964 as an 
assistant professor of 
mathematics. He rose 
steadily through the 
faculty ranks as 
associate professor 
(1968-72), professor 
(1972-present) and chair 
of the Department of 
Mathematics (1977-81). 

In 1981, he was 
appointed vice 
chancellor for academic 
affairs. College Park's 
chief academic post. 
From August to 
November 1982, Dr. 
Kirwan served as acting 
chancellor, returning to 
his position as vice 
chancellor when Dr. 
Slaughter was appointed 
chancellor of College 
Park. As vice chancellor, 
Dr. Kirwan raised 
admission standards, 
increased the number of 
merit scholarships and 
graduate fellowships, 
and established an 
academic planning 
process. 





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Dr. Kirwan is a 
member of numerous 
honorary and 
professional societies, 
including Phi Beta 
Kappa, the American 
Mathematical Society, 
and the Mathematical 
Association of America. 
He is the co-editor of the 
book Advances m 
Complex Analysis, and 
the author of many 
published articles on 
mathematical research. 
He served as editor of 
the Proceedings of the 
American Mathematical 
Society from 1977 to 
1985. Currently, he 
chairs the Mathematical 
Sciences in the Year 2000 
committee, a task force 
created by the National 
Research Council to 
improve mathematics 
education at the nation's 
colleges and universities 
during the next decade. 

Born in Louisville, Ky. 
onAprilH, 1938, Dr. 
Kirwan received his 
bachelor's degree in 
mathematics from the 
University of Kentucky in 
1960. He holds master's 
(1962) and Ph.D. (1964) 
degrees in mathematics 
from Rutgers University. 



Dr. Kirwan and his 
wife, Patricia, have a son 
who received his 
bachelor's and master's 
degrees m architecture 
from College Park and a 
daughter who currently 
IS a student at the 
University. 




Dr. Donald Langenburg 
System Chancellor 



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THIS IS MARYLAND 




Andy Geiger, whose tenure as Athletic Director at 
Stanford University elevated him to the top rank of 
athletic administrators, was named to direct the 
athletic program at Maryland by College Park 
President William E. Kirwan on Sept, 7, 1990. 

Since Geiger's first day on the job (Oct. 1), he has 
elevated the image of Maryland athletics, while 
providing structure and planning for the 1990s and 
beyond. 

Of immediate impact was his being instrumental in 
Maryland going to its first football bowl game in five 
years (the Independence Bowl); rewarding coaches 
Joe Krivak and Gary Williams for their successes with 
new contracts; and establishing across the board 
equilibrium in the 23-sport program in the face of 
financial challenges. 

Competitive highlights included Geiger's presence 
at Maryland's bids for its own NCAA titles: men's and 
women's lacrosse each made the NCAA's Final Four. 
Maryland won its first ever Atlantic Coast Conference 
Volleyball Championship, to add to the longest list of 
ACC titles won by any school. 

Geiger is guiding the $68 million Maryland 
Partnership, a matching gift program with the State of 
Maryland, that is bringing vast improvements to both 
Byrd Stadium and Cole Field House. Above all, he is 
establishing management procedures to handle the 
complexities of a large, Division I athletic program, 
needed in a time of unparalleled scrutiny of college 
athletics. 




Geiger's academic philosophy, built-up over 27 
years as an administrator (that included athletic 
directorships at Brown, Pennsylvania, and Stanford) is 
being established at Maryland. The Cardinal was as 
successful as any NCAA program m winning NCAA 
championships (27) during his tenure. His 11-year 
stewardship included a realignment of the 
department, and a highly successful restructuring of 
Stanford's ability to attract gift-giving. The obvious 
success was not at the expense of academics. 

He was named Athletic Director at Brown in 1972, 
and he moved to another Ivy League school, 
Pennsylvania, in 1975. During his final year there 
(1978-79), Pennsylvania became the last Ivy school to 
qualify for the Final Four of the NCAA Men's 
Basketball Championship. While at Penn he was 
named to the NCAA Division I Basketball Committee, 
and as a member he helped direct the enormous 
explosion of the NCAA Tournament in the 1980s. 

Geiger, 51, is a 1961 graduate of Syracuse where he 
was an oarsman. He competed in the 1959 Pan 
American Games as a member of the U.S. crew team, 
and he served as manager of the U.S. Pan Am squad 
in 1971. He was freshman crew coach at Dartmouth 
immediately after graduation, and later served as 
secretary of the U.S. Olympic Rowing Committee. He 
served as Assistant Athletic Director at his alma 
mater from 1964-1970. 

Geiger has been married to the former Eleanor 
Rollings for 28 years. They have two children, Phillip 
and Gregory. 




rJie Geigers: (L-R) Eleanor, Phillip, Andy and Gregory. 




Athletic Director 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



MEDICAL STAFF 



1.1. BUSH 




Head Trainer 

A well-known 
advocate in Maryland for 
improved training 
techniques at all levels of 
competition, John Jay 
Bush came to the 
University in 1972 and 
was appointed head 
trainer in 1978. He has 
the overall responsibility 
for training and injury 
prevention care for 
Maryland's 23 
intercollegiate sports. 

His time m College 
Park has allowed him to 
spread the word around 
the state on improved 
training methods and 
organization. He is active 
in the National Athletic 
Trainers Association, 
with accentuation on 
improvmg techniques on 
the high school level. 

In addition to his 
training duties. Bush also 
teaches a kinesiology 
course on preventative 
training techniques for 
the University and is a 
frequent speaker around 
the mid-atlantic region of 
the United States on the 
latest training methods. 

A native of Fort 
Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 
44, earned a Bachelor of 
Science degree from 
Florida State University 
in 1969. He and his wife, 
Gina, have two children, 
Brandon, 14, and Jordan, 
7. 



BILL SAYLOB 



Basketball Trainer 

Providing the day- 
to-day injury-prevention 
care to the Maryland 
basketball team is trainer 
Bill Saylor, who is m his 
fifth year as chief trainer 
for the team. 

One of four full-time 
assistants to Head 
Trainer J.J. Bush, Saylor 
works with most of 
Maryland's athletic 
teams, and supervises 
the training of the men's 
basketball team, 
specifically. He 
coordinates and 
supervises the team's 
off-season conditioning 
regimen. He travels with 
the team and supervises 
all rehabilitative efforts 
in the advent of an 
injury. 

Saylor was a 
letterwinning wrestler 
for three years and a 
football safety for one 
year at Delaware. He 
graduated from 
Delaware in 1980 with a 
Bachelor of Science in 
physical education. He 
earned his master's 
degree in physical 
education from Virginia 
m 1983. 

Prior to coming to 
Maryland, Saylor served 
as a trainer in the Sports 
Medicine Department of 
the U.S. Naval Academy 
for three years. 

Saylor, 39, is married to 
the former Patricia Bird. 



Dr. STAN LAVINE 




Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine's role 
at Maryland has been to 
make the Terrapins go, 
whether as an 
undergraduate standout 
in football, or as the team 
physician for almost 
three decades. 

A native of Pittsburgh, 
Lavine came to the 
University of Maryland 
as a doctor-to-be and an 
outstanding quarterback. 

By the time he 
graduated in 1950, he 
held several Maryland 
passing records, enjoyed 
a senior season that 
included a win over 
powerful Missouri in the 
Gator Bowl, and 
possessed a solid 
educational foundation 
that served him well in 
medical school. 

After graduating from 
the University's Medical 
School, he interned in 
hospitals in Philadelphia 
and Cleveland, served 
two years in the Air 
Force, and then began 
his orthopedic medical 
practice and work with 
Maryland's athletic 
teams. 

Dr. Lavine attends all 
football games, home 
basketball games, and 
some road games, and he 
is on call at all times for 
the athletes on the 
University's 23 sports 
teams. 




Basketball Trainer BUI Saylor prepares Geno Soto for action. 



STUDENT HEALTH CENTER 

Much of the non-orthopedic medical care 
the Maryland student-athletes receive is 
performed on campus at the University's 
Student Health Center. Dr. Stephen Fahey 
and Dr. Sacred Bodison are the two fulltime 
Health Center physicians who specialize in 
sports medicine. 

Both Dr. Fahey and Dr. Bodison are 
available to treat student-athletes 24 hours a 
day, and both have scheduled hours in 
which they staff the University training 
rooms to consult with student-athletes on a 
walk-up basis. 

Dr. Fahey is an emergency physician who 
is in his fifth year working with the athletic 
department. He received his undergraduate 
degree from Dartmouth, where he competed 
in rugby and freshman basketball. His hoops 
coach was Dave Gavitt, the father of current 
Maryland asssistant coach Corey Gavitt. He 
received his medical degree from Harvard in 
1975. 

Dr. Bodison, m her 12th year as the Health 
Center's assistant director for medical 
services, has been the coordinator of sports 
medicine since 1982. She is a graduate of the 
University of Buffalo and received her 
medical degree from SUNY-Down State 
Medical School in 1975. 

She and her husband have two children, 
Sasha, 12, and Bremen, 8. The family resides 
in Silver Spring, Md. 



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THIS IS MARYLAND 



STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 



Preparing an athlete to 
play a particular sport is 
the mission of the 
Strength and 
Conditioning program at 
Maryland. Proper training 
leads to more confidence 
on the athlete's part, and 
translates into a 
competitive, ready 
Terrapin. 



Strength and 
Conditioning is directed 
by Frank Costello, an 

extraordinary competitor 
and coach. As a Terrapin 
undergraduate, he was 
the third ranked high 
jumper in the world. He 
was an NCAA Champion 
and four-time All- 
America. As a coach he 





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led Maryland to both the 
IC4A Indoor and Outdoor 
team titles and was 
NCAA District Coach of 
the Year. Maryland's 
Strength and 
Conditioning 
Coordinator since 1981, 
Costello coaches the 
whole athlete. He is one 
of the leading authorities 
on the dangers of drug 
abuse in his profession, 
and is a frequent guest 
on network television, 
explaining the dangers of 
taking shortcuts to 
enhance the body. 

Costello and 
Assistants Dwight Gait, 
Mike Vasalani, and Rich 
Nelson begin the road to 
physically preparing an 
athlete to play their sport 
by conferring with the 
sport's coach, and then 
testing and evaluating 
the individual. Weight 
training, speed training, 
flexibility training - all 
could be part of a 




balanced prescription to 
excel, depending on the 
sport. 

Gait is on his second 
stint as part of the 
Maryland strength staff. 
He was an assistant 
strength coach m 1984 
and 1985 under Costello, 
and rejoined the staff 
just prior to the start of 
the 1989 football season. 
Both he and Nelson, a 
starting offensive 
lineman for the Terps in 
1987 and 1988, have their 
undergraduate degrees 
from Maryland. Gait also 
has a master's degree in 
exercise physiology and 




Nelson currently is 
working towards his 
master's. Vasalani is in 
his third year on the 
staff, after graduating 
from Slippery Rock in 
1987. While at Slippery 
Rock, he was the 
National Collegiate 
Poweriifting Champion. 

Maryland's 
commitment to strength 
and conditioning grows 
with the explosion of 
interest among athletes 
and coaches. Men's and 
women's sports, team 
and individual 
competitors - every 
sport is involved. 




The Strength and Conditioning Staff: (Front) Rich Nelson, (Standing, L-R) Frank Costeilo, 
Mike Vasalani, Dwight Gait. 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



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THE MARYLAND ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 



Over the course of a 
collegiate basketball 
season, there are 
numerous individuals 
within any athletic 
department who work 
tirelessly to see that 
everything runs 
smoothly. 

At the University of 
Maryland, every facet of 
the athletic department 
is involved in supporting 
the Terps' 23 
intercollegiate sports 
programs, especially the 
men's basketball 
program. From advance 
marketing and ticket 
sales months before the 
season to facility 
maintanence and 
uniform cleaning after a 
game, every member of 
Maryland's athletic 
department has a part m 
the Terrapins' success. 

Basketball Coach Gary 
Williams knows how 
hard the individuals in 
the athletic department 
work for his team and all 
the others in the 
program. As a player at 
Maryland, he was 
touched by the 
compassion of 
department staff toward 
he and his teammates. 

Now as the coach, he 
is impressed by the 
commitment of the staff 
toward his players and 
his program. 

"I honestly believe we 
have some of the hardest 
working people in 
intercollegiate athletics," 
Williams says. "These 
people put in 
tremendous effort and 
work incredible hours for 
the sports teams in this 
department. 

"Onbehalf of the 
basketball program, I 
want the people in this 
department, as well as 
the Pep Band and 
cheerleaders and all the 
individuals that work so 
hard for us, to know that 
we appreciate It." 




Cheerleaders: (Front, L-R) Matt Yablunosky, Lorraine Area, Karen Creenawalt (Back, L-Rj Bob Fredman, Tina Boykin, 
Dominick PiUeggi, Tae Cha, Lura Burns 




Basketball Managers: (Front, L-R) Jon Chronister, Doug 
Finniff. Men Tiffany (Back, L-R) Todd Davis, Aaron Dudley, 
Chris Tomlinson, Matt Morin 



Marketing & Promotions Staff: (L-R) Lisa Speas, Neal Eskin, 
Patty Benfield 



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THIS IS MARYLAND 




Certification Staff: Guy Hays, Jodi McCurdy 




The Facilities Staff: (L-R) Curt Callahai}. Gary Parker, Dan Giffin 




The Terrapin Pep Band 



The Equipment Staff: (L-Rj John Bowie, Ron Fulton, Ron Ohringer 




The Ticket Office: (L-R) Cathy Roman, Eileen Wilhams, Marion Jones, JackZane, Tonya Wright, Eloise Jones 




Cheerleaders Bob Fredman 
and Jessica Hoge 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



ACADEMIC SUPPORT UNIT 



The creation of the 
Academic Support Unit 
at Maryland puts the 
University's commitment 
to the student-athlete 
front and center. It is 
important to the 
University that each 
student-athlete grow 
academically and 
graduate, and to that end 
Academic Support has as 
large a presence as any 
sport program in the 
athletic department. 

Dr. Gerald Gurney, 
Associate Athletic 
Director for Academic 
Support, oversees a 
program of intensive 



assessment, skill 
development and 
counseling that is offered 
to each student-athlete. 
Academic Support offers 
a comprehensive 
program for personal and 
academic development 
that includes the 
following: 

* Personal academic 
assessment 

* Tutoring 

* Supervised study 

* Learning skill 
programs 

* Academic monitoring 

' Computer training and 
usage 

* Career mentorship 

* Summer internships 





Milvia Sadler works with Alan Rainge (top), while Wayne 
Bristol gets help from a tutor (left). 




John Walsh (R) is assisted by one of the Academic Support Unit's tutors. 



* Career awareness 
programs and job 
hunting 

Dr. Gurney joined 
Maryland in 1987 after 
tenures at Southern 
Methodist and Iowa 
State, institutions which 
were lauded for their 
nationally recognized 
academic support 
programs. Dr. Gurney 
earned his Ph.D. in 
higher education 
administration from Iowa 
State in 1980. He holds a 
master's degree in 
counseling and student 
personnel work, and a 
bachelor of science in 
English education, both 
from Ohio State 
University. 

Working with him is a 
distinguished staff that 
includes: 

Dr. Javaune Adams- 
Gaston coordinates the 
development services 
arm of the Unit, 
organizing the student- 
athlete orientation, drug 
education and career 
programs. A licensed 
clinical psychologist, Dr. 
Adams-Gaston also 
coordinates the various 
counseling programs 
offered. She received her 
Ph.D. in counseling 
psychology from Iowa 
State in 1983. 

Milvia Sadler, a 
counselor in the 
Academic Support Unit, 
coordinates student- 
athlete study sessions, 
tutoring schedules and 
the bookroom. Sadler has 
her master's in counselor 
education from Penn 
State and a bachelor of 
arts in psychology from 
North Carolina. 

In general, the 
resources of the 
University of Maryland's 
Academic Support Unit 
are second to none 
among the nation's 
university athletic 
aepartments. 



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THIS IS MAHYLAND 



ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME 



The AtMetic Hall of 
Fame was founded in 
1982 by the M Club 
Foundation as a joint 
project of the 
Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics 
and the M Club. The first 
committee was 
organized by then 
Athletic Director Dick 
Dull and consisted of 
outstanding Terrapin 
athletes and coaches 
Jack Faber (Class of 
1926), Tom Fields (Class 
of 1942), AlHeagy (Class 
ofl930), JimKehoe 
(Class of 1940) and Jack 
Scarbath (Class of 1952). 
Arthur L. Kramer (Class 
of 1942), a letterwinner 
in tennis, was 
particularly important in 
the founding of the Hall 
of Fame. 

Among the 
qualifications for 
nominees are being out 
of school at least 10 
years, having earned a 
minimum of one varsity 
letter, and if not an 
under graduate athlete, 
being a Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics 
staff member for at least 
15 years. Nominees will 
be judged on personal 
conduct in life and their 
contributions to the high 
ideals of intercollegiate 
athletics. 

The Hall of Fame 

1982 Inductees 

Louis W. Berger '32, 

football, basketball, 

baseball 
•Joseph C. Burger '25, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse 
•Harry C. Byrd '08, 

football, track and field, 

baseball, coach 
•Arthur E. Cook, 

rifle (Olympic Champion) 
GearyF. Eppley '21, 

football, track and field, 

coach 



•John W. Guckeyson '36, 

football, basketball, track 

and field, baseball 
Charles E. Keller '37, 

basketball, baseball 
•Frederick C, Linkous '28, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse 
'Charles L.Mackert '21, 

football, coach 
•James G. Meade '3P 

football, lacrosse 
•Julius J. Radice '30 

football, basketball, 

baseball 
•H. Burton Shipley '14, 

football, basketball, 

baseball, coach 
•William C. Supplee '26, 

football, basketball, track 

and field 

1983 Inductees 

•George V. Chalmers '32, 

football, basketball, 

baseball 
•William W.Evans '30, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse 
John E. Faber, Jr. '26, 

basketball, lacrosse, 

coach 
Norwood S. Sothoron '35, 

football, basketball, 

baseball, lacrosse. 

1984 Inductees 

•Caleb "Zeke" Bailey '22, 

football, baseball 
"Brooke "Untz" Brewer '22, 

football, track and field 
John F. Chnsthilf '36, 

lacrosse 
William W. Cobey '30, 

Diretor of Athletics 
•Joseph H. Deckman '31, 

lacrosse, football 
•Charles F. EUinger '37, 

football, lacrosse 
AlbertB. Heagy '30, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse, coach 
Frederick M. Hewitt '39, 

football, lacrosse 
John F. Kelly '37 

lacrosse 
•Ivan M. Marty '24, 

lacrosse 
•William G. "Country" 
Morns '13, 

football, baseball 
John C. Norris '32, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse 
•Edwin E. Powell' 13, 

lacrosse 



•Gordons. Pugh '32, 

lacrosse 
John C. Scarbath '52, 

football, lacrosse 
•Gerald "Snitz" Snyder '29, 

football, lacrosse 
•James M. latum, 

football coach 
Reginald Van Trump Truitt 
'14, 

lacrosse, coach 
Robert Ward '52, 

football, coach 
Albert W.Woods '33, 

football, coach 

1985 Inductees 

Frank H.Cronin '39, 

track and field, boxing, 

coach 
John F. "Tony" Hough '25, 

football, lacrosse 
•Thomas J. McQuade '24, 

football, lacrosse 
Pershing L, Mondorff '41, 

football, basketball, 

baseball, soccer 
•Kenneth T.Knole '16, 

football, baseball 
•Harry Edwin Semler '22, 

football, baseball 

1986 Inductees 

Benny Alperstein '39, 

boxing 
Francis A. "Bucky" Buscher 
'34, 

football, basketball, 

baseball 
James R. Kappler '57, 

lacrosse 
James H. Kehoe Jr. '40, 

track and field, cross 

country, coach, athletic 

director 
•Jesse J. Krajovic'31, 

football, track and field 
JohnW. Zane'60, 

sports information 

director, assistant 

athletic director 

1987 Inductees 

Thomas M. Fields '42, 

track and field, cross 

country 
William E.Krouse '41, 

football, wrestling, 

coacch 
Thomas A. Mont '47, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse, coach 
•George W. Knepley '39, 

basketball, baseball 
•HowardV. Keene'21, 

baseball 
Charles E. Wicker '56 

lacrosse, soccer 




Charlie Keller 



1988 Inductees 

Clayton A. Beardmore '62, 

lacrosse, coach 
Bernard J. Faloney '53, 

football, baseball 
JohnD. Gilmore. Jr. '43, 

football, basketball, track 

and field, boxing 
Herman A. MiUikan, 

basketball coach 
Raymond J. Poppelman '33, 

football, lacrosse 
Doyle P. Royal '43, 

tennis, soccer, coach 
•Victor G. Wmis '37, 

football, basketball, 

baseball 

1989 Inductees 

William R.Campbeir56, 

swimming and diving 

coach 
W.Ernest Fischer '54, 

wrestling 
James H. Keating, Jr., '57, 

lacrosse 
Edward Ronkin '32, 

basketball, lacrosse 
JohnW. Simmons, Jr. '56, 

lacrosse 




1990 Inductees 

Hotsy Alperstem, '42, 

boxing 
Ernest J. Betz '58, 

lacrosse 
John C. "Jack" Heim '67, 

lacrosse 
Charles A. May '31, 

basketball, football, 

lacrosse 
Edward M. Minion '38, 

football, lacrosse 
Milton M. Mulitz '40, 

basketball, lacrosse 
•Myron B.Stevens '27, 

baseball, basketball, 

football 

•Deceased 



Bud MiUikan 





Jack Scarbath 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



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TERP TRADITIONS 



Testudo, a 
Diamondback Turtle 
whose name is derived 
from the scientific 
classification for turtle 
(testudines), is the 
mascot of the University 
of Maryland. Testudo's 
flight to become official 
mascot was (there is no 
other description) slow. 
But once on top, Testudo 
has reigned with a 
bronze-like grip, peering 
at generations of 
younger Terps crossing 
in front of, or entering 
the Theodore R. 
McKeldin Library in the 
heart of the College Park 
campus. The 500 pound 
terrapin's days of roving 
to conquer rival 
campuses at the behest 
of the College Park 
student body are over, 
his undisturbed regal 
bearing insured by his 
being bolted to a 
concrete throne. 



The need for a mascot 
was essential in the early 
1920s in a world littered 
with Wildcats, Tigers, 
Devils, Wolves, Bears, 
and all sorts of traditional 
names derived from a 
half-century of college 
athletics. Maryland was 
consolidated from 
different state schools in 
1920 to form the base of 
today's wide-ranging 
state system and it 
needed a flag-carrier to 
do battle with Wahoos, 
Lions, and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, the 
University President in 
1922, recommended the 
Diamondback as mascot 
in response to the 
student newspaper's 
search for an "official" 
leader. Although his 
suggestion was, indeed, 
"official," there were 
some who resisted, 
opting for the older and 
historically entrenched 




term, Old-Liners. A label 
derived from the 
Revolutionary War when 
Maryland soldiers earned 
the accolade for bravery 
and perseverance in the 
face of British troops. 
Old-Lmers had a more 
vocal lobby than the 
speechless turtle. 




By 1935, however, the 
Yearbook had changed 
Its name from Reveille to 
Terrapin by a vote of the 
student body, and save 
for some splintered 
resistance, Testudo's 
family had won. 
Newspapers, even then 
exploring every angle, 
shortened Terrapin to 
Terp, but Testudo by any 
name is still a turtle. 

Samuel P. Gorham of 
Providence, R.I., cast 
Testudo in bronze at the 
request of the Class of 
1933. He was modeled 
after a feisty 
Diamondback that came 
from Dr. Byrd's 
hometown of Crisfield. 
Dr. Byrd's choice of 
mascot was not intended 
to reflect the docility of 
Maryland teams. As a 
small boy near his home 
he surely found out what 
so many others have 
discovered about 
Terrapins - they bite. 

COLORS 

The colors of the 
University of Maryland 
are those of the state 
flag -gold, red, black, 
and white. 



Maryland's flag bears 
the arms of the Calvert 
and Crossland families. 
Calvert was the family 
name of the Lords 
Baltimore who founded 
Maryland, and their 
colors of gold and black 
appear in the first and 
fourth quarters of the 
flag. Crossland was the 
family of the mother of 
George Calvert, first Lord 
Baltimore. The red and 
white Crossland colors, 
with a Greek cross 
terminating in the foils, 
appear in the second and 
third quarters. The flag 
was first flown in its 
present form October 25, 
1888, at Gettysburg 
Battlefield for the 
ceremonies dedicating 
monuments to Maryland 
regiments of the Army of 
the Potomac. It was 
officially adopted in 
1904. Maryland law 
requires that if any 
ornament is affixed to 
the top of a flagstaff 
carrying the Maryland 
flag, the ornament must 
be a gold cross bottony. 



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THIS is MARYLAND 




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THE ACC TOURNAMENT 



1992 ATLANTIC COAST 
TOURNAMENT 

March 12-15, 1992 

Charlotte Coliseum 
Charlotte, North Carohna 

Thursday's Game: 7 p.m. 

Friday's Games: 
12, 2,7 & 9p.m. 

Saturday's Games: 
1:30 & 3:30 p.m. 

Sunday's Championship: 
TEA 




Charlotte Coliseum: Site of the 1992 ACC Tournament 



Maryland's ACC Tournament History at a Glance 

Tournament Record: 26-35 

Tournament Titles: Two; 1958 & 1984 

First Tournament Game: UM 75, Clemson 59 (1954) 

Last Tournament Game: Duke 104, UM 84 (3/9/90) 

Breakdown by Coach: 

Lefty Driesell, 18-16 (.529) 

Bob Wade, 2-3 (.400) 

Bud Millikan, 6-13 (.316) 

Gary Williams, 0-1(000) 

Frank Fellows, 0-2(000) 
Breakdown by Opponent: 

vs. Clemson, 7-1 

vs. Duke, 5-6 

vs. Georgia Tech, 2-2 

vs. North Carolina, 3-7 

vs. N.C. State, 3-9 

vs. South Carolina, 0-4 

vs. Virginia, 4-3 

vs. Wake Forest, 2-3 
Breakdown by Round: 

m Quarterfinals, 17-20 

in Semifinals, 7-10 

in Championship Game, 2-5 
Breakdown by Location: 

in Greensboro, NO, 16-13 

in Atlanta, GA, 1-3 

in Charlotte, NC, 0-4 

in Landover, MD, 3-3 

mRaleigh. NC, 6-12 



Maryland's Southern Conference 
Tournament History at a Glance 

Tournament Record:13-22 (.371) 
Tournament Titles: One; 1931 




1984 Terps: ACC Champions 



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HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



ACC Tournament Breakdown 



Year 


Opponent 


1954 


Clerason 




Wake Forest 


1955 


Virginia 


1956 


Duke 


1957 


Virginia 




South Carolina 


1958 


Virginia 




Duke 




North Carolina* 


1959 


Virginia 


1960 


N.C. State 


1961 


Clemson 




Wake Forest 


1962 


Duke 


1963 


Wake Forest 


1964 


Clemson 


1965 


Clemson 




N.C. State 


1966 


North Carolina 


1967 


South Carolina 


1968 


N.C. State 


1969 


South Carolina 


1970 


N.C. State 


1971 


South Carolina 


1972 


Clemson 




Virginia 




North Carolina* 


1973 


Clemson 




Wake Forest 




N.C. State* 


1974 


Duke 




North Carolina 




N.C State* 


1975 


N.C. State 


1976 


Duke (ot) 




Virginia 


1977 


N.C. State 


1978 


N.C. State (3 ot) 




Duke 


1979 


Clerason 




North Carolina 


1980 


Georgia Tech 




Clemson 




Duke* 


1981 


Duke 




Virginia 




North Carolina* 


1982 


N.C. State 


1983 


Georgia Tech (ot) 


1984 


N.C. State 




Wake Forest 




Duke* 


1985 


Duke 


1986 


North Carolina 




Georgia Tech 


1987 


North Carolina 


1988 


Georgia Tech 




North Carolina 


1989 


N.C. State 




North Carolina 


1990 


Duke 



Score 




75-59 


W 


64-56 


L 


68-67 


L 


94-69 


L 


71-68 


W 


74-64 


L 


70-66 


W 


71-65 


W 


86-74 


W 


66-65 


L 


74-58 


L 


91-75 


W 


98-76 


L 


71-58 


L 


80-41 


L 


81-67 


L 


61-50 


W 


76-67 


L 


77-70 


L 


57-54 


L 


63-54 


L 


92-71 


L 


67-57 


L 


71-63 


L 


54-52 


W 


62-57 


W 


73-64 


L 


77-61 


W 


73-65 


w 


76-74 


L 


85-66 


W 


105-83 


W 


103-100 


L 


87-85 


L 


80-78 


W 


73-65 


L 


82-72 


L 


109-108 


W 


81-69 


L 


75-67 


W 


102-79 


L 


52-49 


W 


91-85 


W 


73-72 


L 


56-53 


W 


85-62 


W 


61-60 


L 


40-28 


L 


64-58 


L 


69-63 


W 


66-64 


w 


74-62 


w 


86-73 


L 


85-75 


W 


64-62 


L 


82-63 


L 


84-67 


W 


74-64 


L 


71-49 


W 


88-58 


L 


104-84 


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 

7-11 

7-12 

7-13 

7-14 

7-15 

7-16 

7-17 

8-17 

9-17 

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 

25-32 

25-33 

26-33 

26-34 

26-35 



'ACC Tournament Championship Game 




1972 Terps: NIT Champions 

National Invitational Tournament 

(NIT-four appearances): 

Won 7, Lost 3; Tournament Champion in 1972. 

Year 

1972 



1979 
1982 
1990 



NCAA Tournament Breakdowns 



Opponent 


Score 


Record 


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 


Rhode Island 


67-65 W (3ot) 


5-0 


Ohio State 


79-72 L 


5-1 


at Richmond 


66-50 W 


6-1 


Georgia 


69-83 L 


6-2 


Massachusetts 


91-81 W 


7-2 


at Penn State 


80-78 L 


7-3 



Coaches in NCAA Tournament 

BudMiUikan 2-1 


Breakdown by Region 

East 4-3 


Tom McMiUen: 1972 NIT 
Most Valuable Player 


Lefty Driesell 


10-8 


Southeast 


3-2 




Bob Wade 


1-1 


Mideast 


1-1 










Midwest 


4-3 










West 


1-1 








Region/ 




Cum. 




Year 


Opponent 


Round 


Score 


Record 




1958 


Boston College 


EOF 


86-63 W 


1-0 






Temple 


ESF 


81-67 L 


1-1 






Manhattan 


E3rd 


59-55 W 


2-1 




1973 


Syracuse 


ESF 


91-75 W 


3-1 






Providence 


E Final 


103-89 L 


3-2 




1975 


Creighton 


MWOF 


83-79 W 


4-2 






Notre Dame 


MWSF 


83-71 W 


5-2 






Louisville 


MW Final 96-82 L 


5-3 




1980 


Tennessee 


EOF 


86-75 W 


6-3 






Georgetown 


ESF 


74-68 L 


6-4 




1981 


Tenn.-Chat. 


MWOF 


81-69 W 


7-4 






Indiana 


MWSF 


99-64 L 


7-5 




1983 


Tenn.-Chat. 


MWOF 


52-51 W 


8-5 






Houston 


MWSF 


60-50 L 


8-6 




1984 


West Virginia 


ME OF 


102-77 W 


9-6 






Illinois 


MESF 


72-70 L 


9-7 




1985 


Miarai (Ohio) 


SElstR 


69-68 W 


10-7 






Navy 


SEQF 


64-59 W 


11-7 






ViUanova 


SESF 


46-43 L 


11-8 




1986 


Pepperdine 


WlstR 


69-64 W 


12-8 






UNLV 


WOF 


70-64 L 


12-9 




1988 


UCSB 


SElstR 


92-82W 


13-9 






Kentucky 


SEQF 


81-90L 


13-10 






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ACC AWARD-WINNING TERPS 



M-Atlantic Coast 
Conference 

1953-54 

Gene Shue (1st Team) 

1954-55 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1955-56 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1956-57 

Bob O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1957-58 

Nick Davis (2nd Team) 

John Nacmcik (2nd Team) 

1958-59 

Charies McNeil (2nd Team) 

1959-60 

AlBunge (1st Team) 

1960-61 

Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 

1962-63 

Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 

1964-65 

Jay McMiUen (2nd Team) 

1965-66 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 

1968-69 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 



1969-70 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1971-72 

Tom McMiUen (1st Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMiUen (1st Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1973-74 

Len Elmore (1st Team) 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Tom McMillen (2nd Team) 

1974-75 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Owen Brown (2nd Team) 

Brad Davis (2nd Team) 

Maurice Howard (2nd Team) 

1975-76 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

1976-77 

Brad Davis (2nd Team) 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 

1979-80 

Albert King (1st Team) 

Greg Manning (2nd Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd Team) 



1980-81 

Albert King (2nd Team) 

Buck WiUiams (2nd Team) 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 

Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 

1984-85 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 

1985-86 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis (2nd Team) 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis (2nd Team) 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg (3rd Team) 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg (2nd Team 

Jerrod Mustaf (3rd Team) 

1990-91 

Matt Roe (3rd Team) 




Greg Manning was an All-ACC performer on the court and an All-ACC Academic student off it. 




Maryland's entire 1975 backcourt was named All-ACC. 
From the left is John Lucas, Mo Howard and Brad Davis. 




Matt Roe was Maryland's lone selection to last year's All- 
ACC Team. He also was selected All-ACC Academic. 



ACC Player of the Year 

1979-80 
Albert King 
1984-85 
Len Bias 
1985-86 
Len Bias 

ACC Rookie of the Year 

1978-79 
Buck Williams 

ACC Coach of the Year 

1974-75 
Lefty Driesell 
1979-80 
Lefty Driesell 

ACC Player of the Week 

1988-89 

John Johnson 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

ACC Rookie of the Week 

1988-89 

Jerrod Mustaf (3 Times) 

1990-91 

Garfield Smith 



All-ACC Academic 

1966-67 
Jay McMillen 
1968-69 
Tom Milroy 
1971-72 
Tom McMillen 
1972-73 
Tom McMillen 
1973-74 
Tom McMillen 
1976-77 

Steve Sheppard 
Brian Magid 
1978-79 
Greg Manning 
1979-80 
Greg Manning 
1980-81 
Greg Manning 
1983-84 

Charles Driesell 
1984-85 

Charles Driesell 
1990-91 
Matt Roe 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



ACC AWARD-WINNING TERPS 



All-ACC Tournament 

1954 

Gene Shue( 1st Team) 

1956 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1957 

John Nacmcik (2nd Team) 

1958 

Nick Davis (1st Team) 

Charles McNeil (1st Team) 

Al Bunge (2nd Team) 

1961 

Bill Stasiulatis (2nd Team) 

1962 

Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 

1965 

Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 

1972 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1973 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

Jim O'Brien (1st Team) 

1974 

Maurice Howard (1st Team) 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

Owen Brown (2nd Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1975 

Maurice Howard (1st Team) 

1976 

Brad Davis (1st Team) 

1978 

Lawrence Boston (1st Team) 

Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 

1979 

Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 

1980 

Albert King (MVP) 

Greg Manning (1st Team) 

Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd Team) 

1981 

Albert King (1st Team) 

Buck Williams (1st Team) 

Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 

1984 

Len Bias (MVP) 

Ben Coleman (1st Team) 

Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 

1986 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

1988 

Keith Gatlin (2nd Team) 

1989 

Tony Massenburg (1st Team) 




Albert King sunk these two on his way to being named MVP of the 1980 ACC Tournament. 



AU-Southern Conference 

1930-31 
Bosey Berger 
Ed Ronkin 
1932-33 
Rufus Vincent 
1935-36 

Bernie Buscher 
Vic Willis 
1937-38 

George Knepley 
1938-39 

George Knepley 
Eddie Johnson 
George DeWitt 
1944-45 
Jack Flynn 
1948-49 
Lee Brawley 

AU-Southern Conference 
Tournament 

1931 

Bosey Berger 

Ed Ronkin 

1939 

George Knepley 

1945 

Jack Flynn 

1951 

Dick Koffenberger 

1953 

Gene Shue (MVP) 




John Lucas (15) and Owen Brown (42) both were named All-ACC Tournament in 1974. 
Maryland had five players selected to the first or second All-Tournament teams that year 



Gene Shue was the 1953 
Southern Conference 
Tournament MVP. 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



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TERP 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. 




Buck Williams (standing, 
fourth liom right) was 
Maryland's representative 
on the 1980 U.S. Olympic 
Team. Although they never 
got a chance to compete in 
Olympic competition 
because of the U.S. boycott, 
the '80 squad still is 
considered one of the 
strongest U.S. teams ever 
selected for international 
competition. 




Buck Williams: The Terps' 
most recent Olympian. 



1980 



TOM 
McMILLEN 




1972 U.S. Olympian 
Silver Medalist 

Maryland's No, 5 career 
scorer and cornerstone of 
the highly successful Terp 
teams from 1972-74, 
McMiUen 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 




CHARLES ''Ruck" 
WILLIAMS 




1976 U.S. Olympian 
Gold Medalist 

Known as the "Bear" to 
Maryland fans for his 
ferocious play on three 
nationally ranked teams 
during the mid-70's, 
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, 



1980 U.S. Olympian 



Maryland's No. 3 career 
rebounder, 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. 




Steve Sheppard (middle of 
front row) of Maryland was 
one of seven ACC players 
on the 1976 Gold-medal USA 
Team which was coached 
by the conference's own 
Dean Smith. 



1972 



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Len Elmore Now 




Lawyer, Businessman, Commentator, Elmore Still Active in Athletics 

Len Elmore's Howard County, Md. home is 
sparsely furnished. Some internal improvements are 
forthcoming, then, he says, he and his wife will 
redecorate. 

The suggestion is made that a hat rack be the first 
new accessory after the remodeling. 

Nothing ostentatious, just a simple, tall - the 
former Maryland All- American still is every bit of the 
6-9 he was listed at in college — rack with lots of 
branches on which he can hang his many professional 
hats. 

After a fast-paced, 10-year career in professional 
basketball, a whirlwind three years at Harvard Law 
School and a stint as an Assistant District Attorney for 
the City of New York, Elmore is back in the area and 
has settled into his professional life, 'er lives. His 
business card now should read: lawyer, athletes' 
agent, business consultant and network television 
commentator. 

Having established himself as a savvy trial attorney 
in three years in the New York City District Attorney's 
office, Elmore says he feels like a "rookie" all over 
again now. He is in the midst of beginning from 
scratch two professional endeavors — a business 
consulting firm and his own law office. 

Elmore admits that there seldom are enough hours 
in the day to devote the proper time to both ventures. 
"I spend a lot of time in traffic," says Elmore, his 
broad smile not for a minute hiding the daily anguish 
that comes from having a house in Columbia, Md., one 
office in Northern Virginia and another in the heart of 
The District. Not to mention that his wife, Gail, and 
14-month old son, Stephen, have not yet moved to 
Maryland so he commutes to New York each 
weekend. 

Elmore's new consulting firm — The Aegis Group 
- specializes in bringing failing businesses to 
profitability. The company consults on everything 
from providing updated training to top-level 
managers, to establishing new markets, to 
purchasing new equipment for automation. 

It's exciting, he says, to take over a company that 
has little or no future in its present state, and turn it 
around. Still, after spending some time with Ehnore, 
one gets the sense that his new law practice - 
Temple, Pearson, Ehnore and Grady, P.C. — may be 
where he devotes a majority of his energies. 



Joining forces with a fellow Harvard law graduate, 
and law school grads from Georgetown and Texas, 
Elmore and his three partners are in the process of 
setting up a firm in The District that will run the legal 
gamut. The firm will handle government and 
immigration law, civil and criminal litigation, 
corporate development and bankruptcy law - not to 
mention no small amount of sports law, Elmore hopes. 

Clearly, Elmore is excited about breaking into the 
sports agentry profession. But just as clear is the fact 
that he and his associates have a unique prospective 
concerning their roles as advisors to the next 
generation of outstanding athletes. 

"You've heard the horror stories about athletes 
who have always been successful in sports ... but 
through mismanagement, either their own or 
someone else's, or through lack of incentive or 
training these guys end up hitting rock bottom," 
Elmore explains. 

"What we're doing is installing a component 
involving career development. Some of the leagues 
have career development (programs), but you have to 
get these guys right out of school. You have to 
impress upon them the importance of preparing from 
the day you leave school, whether with or without 
your degree, for your life after sports. If you haven't 
gotten your degree, we'll facilitate your getting it by 
setting up a program for you to follow in coordination 
with counselors and academic advisors, etc. at the 



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school. We also want to be involved m post-graduate 
programs for individuals w/ho have gotten their 
degrees to get them involved in post-graduate work. 
And hopefully get them involved in some 
apprenticeship programs so they can see hands-on 
what its like to be in the business world." 

Elmore is well aware that this "continuing 
education" message will fall on more than a few deaf 
ears of soon-to-be multi-miUionaires. However, he 
also believes he has the professional credibility to get 
people's attention. 

"I know 1 can be effective," Elmore says, "because 
everything these guys are going through, I've been 
through. As far as I know, there is not another Ail- 
American, former pro, lawyer anywhere in the 
country that is trying to do what I am trying to do. 

"I can sit across the table from a basketball player, 
tell him something, and have the credibility to back it 
up." 

On the court, Elmore was one of the greatest 
players in Maryland history. Nearly 20 years after he 
graduated, he still owns every school rebounding 
record. He is one of only four Maryland players to 
average double figures in point and rebounds for his 
career and he still is the only Terp with more than 
1,000 career boards. Twice he was named All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference and was named first team All- 
America - along with teammate Tom McMillen - in 
1974. His 10 seasons in the ABA and NBA were spent 
with four teams and included playing in the ABA 
Finals as a rookie with the Indiana Pacers, who had 
drafted him in the first round. He considers a 
highlight of his professional career to be a stint with 
the New Jersey Nets late in his career when he was 
joined by fellow former Terps Buck Williams and 
Albert King. 

The foundation of 15 to 20 years involvement in 
organized athletics served him well, he believes, in 
his post-playing career 

"I think sports as a road to choice is the greatest 
thing, provided you keep it in prospective," Elmore 
says. "I find in the business world a great example 
are people who just don't have the perseverance and 
the mentality that when things don't go right they're 
apt to give up or quit and turn to something else. 
Then there are those of us who have experienced 
coming from behind, being down by 10 with two 
minutes to play, and reaUze that you can pull it out. 
All it takes is poise and concentration. I think those 
are positive things that can be transferable to life 
outside of athletics." 



He most certainly transferred his athletic 
experiences during his law school years. Never 
believing he had a shot at Harvard, he applied only at 
the behest of his then-girl friend, Gail. He still jokes 
that he was "shocked" Harvard accepted him. "The 
whole summer before (his first semester) I worried 
that 1 might be in over my head," Elmore admits. "But 
in reahty I overestimated the entire experience, 
because I got out of it exactly what 1 put in." 

He continues to reap positive rewards from 
seemingly all his varied professional endeavor, 
because he continues to put a great deal of effort into 
each one. Still, the Brooklyn, N.Y. native seems 
somewhat surprised by his diverse resume, and he 
tries not to take himself too seriously. 

Of his critically acclaimed work as a basketball 
analyst for CBS, ESPN and the ACC Network, Elmore 
says he is having a great time, but understands the 
uncertainty of the marketplace. "I'm a realist and TV 
will never be a career for me because I understand 
that one day your in vogue and the next you're 
passe," he says. "Still, it is one of the greatest 
experiences and ex-jock could have. I mean, where 
else can you sit in the best seat in the house and talk 
about the game hke you're talking to your buddies?" 

The commentating, the sports agentry, the 
business consulting - Elmore keeps it all in 
prospective. 

"All I really want is to make a good living, see my 
family grow in number and spiritually in happiness, 
and be an contributing influence in my community," 
he says. 

"Oh, and I'd also like to see us win a national 
championship." 

— Ivan Meltzer 





Len Elmore Then 



"I think sports as a 
road to choice is the 
greatest thing, 
provided you keep it 
in prospective . "Ifind 
in the business world 
a great example are 
people who just don 't 
have the persever- 
ance and the 
mentality that when 
things don 't go right 
they're apt to give up 
or quit and turn to 
something else. Then 
there are those of us 
who have 

experienced coming 
from behind, being 
down by 10 with two 
minutes to play, and 
realize that you can 
pull it out. All it takes 
is poise and 
concentration. I think 
those are positive 
things that can be 
transferable to life 
outside of athletics. " 



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Tom McMillen Now 



TERP TOM McMILLEN 



Road to Congress Began in College Park 

Tom McMillen always figured he would have a title 
after his name. It would be abbreviated, all in capital 
letters. It would read Tom McMillen, M.D.; or Tom 
McMillen, D.D.S. or some other abbreviation for a 
medical professional. 

Never as a young boy growing up in Mansfield, Pa. 
did he ever expect his office nameplate to read: 
Representative Tom McMillen (D-Md.). 

Like many undergraduate students who come to a 
university with one idea of what their future will offer 
and graduate four years later on a completely 
different track, McMillen's life was transformed by his 
time at the University of Maryland. 

Twenty-one years ago, McMillen entered the 
University in a pre-med curriculum. Although he was 
considered the nation's No. 1 high school basketball 
player as a senior - and as such graced the cover of 
Spoils Illustiated - McMillen says he did not come to 
college to prep for a professional basketball career. "I 
always thought you had to have a balance between 
athletics and academics," he says. "I was always 
afraid to put all my eggs in one basket. 

"There was a lot of pressure on me in school. Here I 
was coming in as a heralded athlete, and I was 
coming to a school that recruited some very, very 
good talent. I think (at first) I was driven as much by 
uncertainty as anything else. I didn't know how I 
would do, so I really focused in from the beginning." 

Focused indeed. The uncertain McMillen excelled 
in the classroom and on the court from the very 
beginning. He posted a 4.0 grade point average his 
first semester, while leading the freshman basketball 
team to an undefeated season. The successes 
continued. In four college years, McMillen would 
become a three-time Academic All-American, a 
Rhodes Scholarship winner and the Maryland Class of 
74 Valedictorian. Athletically, he led Maryland to the 
1972 NIT Championship, being named Tournament 
MVP in the process, became the only player in school 
history to average more than 20 points a game for his 
career, and earned first team All-America honors his 
senior season. 

"Going from high school to college and playing 
college sports and doing a college curriculum was like 
going 10 rungs up the ladder," McMillen says. "Lefty 




(Driesell) used to say 'the cream would rise to the top.' 
Everyone was good (at the college level), to be really 
good you had to rise to the top and that was the type 
of challenge I was looking for." 

Jay McMillen, Tom's older brother and himself a 
Terp hoops star in the late 1960s, prepared his 
younger brother for the challenges that awaited him 
at college. "Jay was very much of an influence," says 
Tom of his brother who now is a physician in St. 
Joseph's, Mo. "Jay had the potential to go to the pros, 
and he really kind of messed around and didn't work 
as hard as he could of in college. He didn't want to see 
me do that, so he always acted like a second coach - 
both athletically and academically — which I thought 
was pretty good." 



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The combination of McMiUen's academic and 
athletic successes propelled him into some lofty 
circles as an undergraduate. Maryland Senator Joe 
Tydings took a keen interest in the Terps star, 
arranging for an internship for McMillen m the U.S. 
Senate. McMillen called that first go-'round on Capitol 
Hill as one the greatest experiences of his youth. And 
there were other contacts that hastened his move 
toward pubUc service. 

"At Maryland, I was on the President's Council on 
Physical Fitness & Sports," McMillen remembers. "I 
went down to Washington and met with the 
President a couple of times - and that was heady 
stuff for a youngster. Then Maryland governor Marvin 
Mandel appointed me to statewide student 
commission, those were two factors that propelled me 
down the road (into politics)." 

McMillen is quick to note two Maryland professors 
who had great influence on him. History professor Dr. 
Gordon Prang and chemistry professor Dr. Marjorie 
Gardner both tried to show the young McMillen the 
value of having so visible an individual devote his life 
to public service. 

"One of the things that is so interesting for me is 
when running for public office, even though I am not 
from Maryland originally, my roots to my adopted 
state are planted at the University of Maryland," the 
Congressman says. "I think from a standpoint of some 
of the friendships I forged at Maryland, many of those 
people still are a part of my political base today." 

McMillen was elected to the U.S. House of 
Representatives from Maryland's 4th Congressional 
district in 1986. After graduating from Maryland, 
completing his one-year Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford 
University in England and after playing for 11 seasons 
in the NBA, McMillen commands a certain respect on 
Capitol Hill as the federal government wrestles with 
no less than a half dozen proposed pieces of 
legislation regarding reform in intercollegiate 
athletics. 

McMillen has authored the most far-reaching of 
those proposals, which at the core recommends a 
limited anti-trust exemption for the NCAA so that it 
controls the TV negotiating rights to all of its sports, 
and then distributes the revenue derived from the 
sale of those rights equally to every member 
institution. It's a plan, McMillen says, that would 
allow the NCAA a similar negotiating posture to that 
of the NBA or NFL. 



McMillen insists that he is all for big time college 
athletics, especially given his background in a high 
visibility athletic program. The problems associated 
with intercollegiate athletics he says, is not with the 
student athletes, but with the commercial aspects 
that have become so dominant in major college 
sports. 

"Schools are facing tremendous financial pressures 
to keep up with the Joneses, and what you end up 
with are insentives that I don't think necessarily help 
college sport," says McMillen, who is writing a book 
entitled Playing by the Rules - Sports and Ethics m 
America, which will outline his views on bringing 
sports back into better balance at all levels. 

To his critics who suggest that federal legislators 
should not be discussing six different bills concerning 
college athletics and should devote their time to other 
issues, McMillen strongly disagrees. "Who else is 
suppose to look at this stuff," he says. "Someone has 
got to look at the state of our colleges and 
universities. The federal government makes a $25 
million investment in higher education every year. I 
think they have every right to look at it." 

— Ivan Meltzer 





Tom McMillen Then 



"One of the things 
that is so interesting 
for me is when 
running for pubhc 
office, even though I 
am not from Maryland 
originaUy, my roots to 
my adopted state are 
planted at the 
University of 
Maryland. I think from 
a standpoint of some 
of the friendships I 
forged at Maryland, 
many of those people 
still are a part of my 
political base today. " 



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Gene Shue Now 



"Our game plan under 
Coach Millikan was to 
make three to four 
passes each time 
down the court and 
work for good layups. 
But I had an 
advantage over the 
other guys ■ I could 
shoot anytime I 
wanted. I had the 
freedom to create 
shots whenever I got 
the chance. " 



Shue's Career in Hoops had its Pleasant Start at Maryland 



The story of Gene Shue begins before Cole Field 
House was built. It begins before the Atlantic Coast 
Conference was formed. It begins before the 
emergence of the Maryland basketball program onto 
the level of prominence it has enjoyed for so many 
years. 

Shue was invited to tryout for the Maryland 
basketball team, led by then Head Coach Bud 
Millikan. The invitation was exciting to Shue for he 
saw it as his big break. He was given the chance to be 
a building block of what was to become one of the 
premier programs in the country. During Millikan's 
17-year tenure, the Terps won 243 games, their first 
ACC Championship and their place among the 
greatest stories in NCAA history. 

"It was such a great feeling to be part of the early 
teams at Maryland," says Shue. "Basketball at 
Maryland was Bud Millikan and it was coming alive. It 
was very exciting to be a part of that." 

Shue was described as a soft spoken, bashful, 
unheralded player upon his graduation from Towson 
Catholic High School in Baltimore. He wanted to 
attend college and jumped at MiUikan's invitation to 
attend Maryland. His scholarship called for a part- 
time job to help him through school. For Shue that 
was alright; he wanted a chance to go to school and 
he wanted to play basketball. 

Upon his arrival at Maryland, "home" took on a 
significant meaning for Shue. Before Cole Field House 
was opened in 1955, the Terps played their home 
games in Ritchie Coliseum. Located along U.S. Route 
1, the mam North-South Corridor on the Eastern 
Seaboard of the United States, Ritchie was a cozy 
gymnasium that held about 3,500 fans. The 
gymnasium consistently overflowed with fans as 
Maryland entertained teams with local flair. During 
Shue's three-year varsity career, George Washington, 
Georgetown and Washington & Lee helped write the 
early history of Maryland basketball. 

More than a court on which Shue played his home 
games, Ritchie Coliseum served as his campus 
dormitory. And the job he agreed to accept as part of 
his scholarship was to clean and sweep the basketball 
floor making it suitable for practice and games. 

"Ritchie Coliseum was a great place to play and a 
great place to live," remembers Shue. "We were there 
all the time, we would shoot and play during every 



■TV ^^^B^ 



spare moment. In every sense of the word, I was a 
gym rat." 

Giving Shue the proverbial "key to the gym" was 
probably one of the best things Millikan did while he 
was coach. By playing and shooting whenever he 
could, Shue became one of the best shooters in 
Maryland history, as evidenced by his career 
statistics. 

Over his three-year career, he scored 2015 points 
for an 18.7 points per game average. He was the first 
Terp to score over 2,000 points and was the career 
scoring leader until Tom McMillen surpassed him 20 
years after his career ended. As a senior he averaged 
21.8 points per game. He still holds the third best 
single game scoring total in school history, hitting for 
40 points during the 1953 Southern Conference 
Tournament. 

"Our game plan under Coach Millikan was to make 
three to four passes each time down the court and 
work for good layups," he said. "But I had an 
advantage over the other guys - 1 could shoot anytime 
I wanted. I had the freedom to create shots whenever 
I got the chance." 



56 



BANNER TERPS 



As a senior, Shue led Maryland to its best-ever 
record of 23-7. It marked the first time a Terp 
basketball team had won more than 20 games and 
Shue was the main reason. His 21.8 points per game 
average over 30 games accounted for exactly one half 
of the total team points that season. 

For his efforts, he earned Converse and Helms 
Foundation All-America honors. He became only the 
second Terp in history to earn AU-American honors 
for his feats on the basketball court, the first being 
Louis "Bosey" Berger in 1931 and 1932. 

Chuck Taylor, after whom the famous canvas 
basketball shoe is named and was in charge of 
picking the AU-American team for Converse, had this 
to say about Shue: "In addition to being a wonderful 
shot, he is a great dribbler. I've never seen a guy who 
left so many players standing flatfooted while he 
dribbles around them. He also plays well on defense." 

Shue also left his mark on the legendary coaches of 
the old Southern and present Atlantic Coast 
Conferences. Said Everett Case, Head Basketball 
Coach at N.C. State College: "Shue is one of the 
greatest shooters I have ever seen. I would say he is 
one of the best all-around shooters in the game 
today." Said Bones McKinney, Assistant Coach at 
Wake Forest College: "If Shue isn't All-America, I've 
never seen one. His 40 point performance against us 
was the greatest one-man basketball performance I 
have ever seen. That boy is great." 

Following his stellar college career, Shue was 
drafted in the first round (the third overall selection) 
by the Philadelphia Warriors of the NBA. He was 
twice named to the NBA's All-Pro team and was 
selected to play on the NBA All-Star Team. 
Throughout his 10-year playing career, he averaged 
14.4 points per game. 

He is the fourth winningest coach in the history of 
the NBA. He coached 23 season and amassed a career 
record of 784-861. He is one of only four coaches in 
NBA history to have been named "Coach-of-the-Year" 
twice. His coaching stops took him to Baltimore (1966- 
73), PhUadelphia (1974-78), San Diego (78-80) and 
Washington (1981-85). 

Along the way, he has written some of the best 
turnaround stories in NBA history. Those successes 
include taking the Baltimore Bullets from the worst 



record in the league to the best in the short span of 
two years. He also inherited a Philadelphia 76er team 
with the worst ever NBA record and took them to the 
NBA Finals in only four years. 

The Gene Shue story continues to be written. Still 
considered to have one of the great minds in 
basketball today, Shue is the General Manager of the 
Philadelphia 76ers. He was an integral part of the 
most important growth period in the history of 
Maryland basketball. Now, as he watches and 
evaluates the current Terp talent for the professional 
ranks, he has his eye on the program once again. 

"I have so many good memories of being at the 
University of Maryland and playing basketball," he 
said. "I am so happy for the program to watch 
exciting things happen in these terrific times." 

- Chuck Walsh 





Gene Shue Then 



BANNER TERPS 



57 




BANNER TERP BUCK WILLIAMS 



From Rocky Mount to the NBA — A Wonderful Ride 




Buck Williams Now 



"I've been 
overwhelmed, and 
most of my friends 
would be surprised to 
hear that. I just came 
up from Rocky Mount, 
N.C., and into a system 
where I had no 
expectations to 
develop into the type 
of player I am. But I 
think it's somettiing 
that I worked hard to 
attain and I've been 
fortunate to have been 
blessed with this." 




Buck Williams Then 



Each run from the locker room, through the tunnel 
and onto the floor of Cole Field House was 
unforgettable for Charles "Buck" Williams. And at the 
time, he had little idea just how far those runs would 
lead him. 

Eleven years later, m the twihght of a successful 
career in the National Basketball Association, 
Williams still has trouble believing all that has 
happened to him: a spot on the 1980 Olympic team, 
All-America honors in 1981, the 1981-82 NBA Rookie 
of the Year award, twice NBA All-Defensive Team, 
and 1990 league leader in field goal percentage. 

"I've been overwhelmed, and most of my friends 
would be surprised to hear that, " said Williams, 
Maryland's third all-time leading rebounder who now 
plays for the Portland Trailblazers. "I just came up 
from Rocky Mount, N.C., and into a system where I 
had no expectations to develop into the type of player 
1 am. But I think it's something that I worked hard to 
attain and I've been fortunate to have been blessed 
with this." 

Blessed with a reputation as leader on the court, a 
by-product of his tireless effort on the court that has 
won him admiration since his playing days with the 
Terrapins. 

The leadership skill "was something gradual that 
developed as I matured through the years," WiUiams 
said. "Albert King was the leader on our team, and I 
was just one of 12 men." 

"He has great leadership qualities," said Greg 
Manning, a former Terp teammate of Williams and the 
current color analyst on Maryland basketball radio 
broadcasts. "He played extremely hard all the time. A 
lot of that leadership comes without him having to say 
anything; he's been that type of player in the NBA. 
He's a tremendous worker and a relentless 
rebounder." 

His NBA numbers are phenomenal: 12,487 career 
points, a 15.7 per game average; 9,127 career 
rebounds, an 11.5 average; a career field goal 
percentage of .553. While he's known for his 
rebounding, clearly his game is among the most 
complete in the league. 

Though he said he never imagined compiling that 
kind of career when he first came to Maryland, he got 
hooked on the pro dream following his sophomore 
season, when he made the 1980 Olympic team. 
Though a boycott of the Moscow Olympics prevented 
his shot at a gold medal, the team played a successful 
series of games against NBA all-star teams. 



"Missing out on the Olympics was frustrating," he 
said, "but it was a good situation for me. We were 
playing against NBA players, and that was a better 
experience for me than playing in the Olympics might 
have been. I got a chance to see what I had to work 
on." 

After his junior season, during which he averaged 
11.7 rebounds, 15.6 points, and earned All-America 
honors, Williams decided to enter the NBA draft. He 
was made the third pick overall by the New Jersey 
Nets. 

"I think the timing was perfect," said Williams, 
who eventually earned an undergraduate studies 
degree from Maryland in 1985. "I wanted to continue 
my education, but it was a decision made in my best 
interest. It was no reflection on the University or on 
Coach (Lefty) Driesell, but 1 just felt that after 
everything was said and done, it was a chance to go 
as a top five player. As a professional player you 
rarely get that opportunity and it was one I couldn't 
turndown." 

Manning says what he admires most about 
Williams is that "he's still playing. That incredible in 
itself. He's had a great career, and now he's finally 
with a team that can contend for a championship." 

Prior to the 1989-90 season, Williams was traded to 
Portland for center Sam Bowie and a number one draft 
choice. He proceeded to lead the Trailblazers to the 
NBA Finals, where they were defeated by Detroit. It 
was his first chance at an NBA crown, and the 
spectacular career of Buck Williams may not be 
complete until he gets another one. A successful one. 

"It's the only goal left," said Williams, who lives in 
Portland with his wife Mimi and their 2 1/2-year-old 
son, Julien. "I've already received every honor that 
can be bestowed on a pro basketball player ... It's the 
one thing left to obtain." 

- Mike Buckley 




58 



BANNER TERPS 



MARYLAND NBA DRAFT HISTORY 



Year 

1954 
1956 
1958 
1960 
1960 
1960 
1960 
1961 
1963 
1966 
1967 
1971 
1973 
1973 
1973 
1974 
1974 
1975 
1975 
1976 
1976 
1977 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1981 
1981 
1981 
1981 
1982 
1984 
1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1988 
1990 



Player 

Gene Shue 
Bob Kessler 
Nick Davis 
John Nacincik 
Charles McNeil 
Al Bunge 
Jerry Bechtle 
Bob McDonald 
Jerry Greenspan 
Jerry Ward 
Jay McMiUen 
Barry Yates 
Jim O'Brien 
Bob Bodell 
Howard White 
Tom McMillen 
Len Elmore 
Owen Brown 
Tom Roy 
John Lucas 
Mo Howard 
Brad Davis 
Steve Sheppard 
Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 
Buck Wilhams 
Albert King 
Ernest Graham 
Greg Manning 
Charles Pittman 
Ben Coleman 
Herman Veal 
Mark Fothergill 
Adrian Branch 
Jeff Adkins 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Tony Massenburg 



Team 

Philadelphia 

Fort Wayne 

Philadelphia 

Syracuse 

New York 

Philadelphia 

New York 

St. Louis 

Syracuse 

Boston 

Los Angeles 

Philadelphia 

Portland 

Seattle 

Washington 

Buffalo 

Washington 

Phoenix 

Portland 

Houston 

Cleveland 

Los Angeles 

Chicago 

Washington 

Milwaukee 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

Philadelphia 

Denver 

Phoenix 

Chicago 

Phoenix 

Phoenix 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Boston 

Chicago 

New York 

San Antonio 



Round 

1st 

2nd 

9th 

3rd 

5th 

1st 

15th 

6th 

3rd 

6th 

9th 

8th 

3rd 

10th 

14th 

1st (9th pick) 

1st (13th pick) 

9th 

2nd 

1st (1st pick) 

2nd 

1st (15th pick) 

2nd 

4th 

3rd 

1st (3rd pick) 

1st (10th pick) 

2nd 

7th 

3rd 

2nd 

6th 

8th 

2nd 

7th 

1st (2nd pick) 

3rd 

1st (17thpick) 

2nd 



Breakdown: 
Total picks 39 
First-round picks 10 
Second-round picks 7 

Team with most Maryland picks - Philadelphia and 
Chicago 5 




Jemd Mustaf. the Terps' last first round draft choice, will 
play this season for the Phoenix Suns. 




Tony Massenburg, Maryland Class of 1990, begins his 
second season this year with the San Antonio Spurs. 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



53 



ALL AMERICANS 



LOUIS 'BOSEY" 
BERGER 




6-2, Forward 
Played: 1929-32 
All-American: 1931 & 1932 

ON BERGER - Considered 
one of the greatest athletes 
in the history of Maryland 
athletics ... a two-time All- 
America selection - an 
amazing feat, considering 
Maryland was an 
agricultural school at the 
time and not thought of 
among the athletics giants ... 
considered one of the best 
all-around players of his time 
...led Maryland to the 1931 
Southern Conference 
Championship, averaging a 
Conference-high 19.1 points 
per game over the nine- 
game conference season ... 
also played baseball, and 
signed a contract with the 
Cleveland Indians upon 
graduation ... played in the 
major leagues for six years, 
with Cleveland, Chicago and 
Boston ... left baseball with a 
.236 lifetime average, 

LEN BIAS 




6-8, Forward 
Landover, Maryland 
Played: 1982-86 
All-American: 1986 

ON BIAS - Unamimous 
choice on almost every All- 



America squad following his 
senior season ... had been a 
third team selection in 1985 
... only Terrapin ever to be 
named ACC Player of the 
Year twice (in 1985 and 
1986) .. Bias is the Terrapins 
all-time leading scorer with 
2,146 career points ... he 
owns the school's top two 
single season scoring marks 
- his 743-point total in 1985- 
86 IS No. 1 all time and his 
701-point total in 1984-85 is 
No. 2... he led the ACC in 
scoring two straight years ... 
his best single game scoring 
performance, 41 points at 
Duke, ranks as the second- 
best single game mark in 
school history an'd the top 
performance by a Terp m a 
road game ... he is No. 8 on 
the Maryland career 
rebounding list with 745 
total boards ... he also is No. 
5 on the school's career 
block shot hst ... he was a 
No. 2 pick overall m the 1986 
National Basketball 
Association college draft, 
taken by the Boston Celtics. 

LEN ELMORE 




6-9, Center 
Springfield Gardens, 

New York 
Played: 1971-74 
All-American: 1974 

ON ELMORE - The best 
rebounder in Maryland 
history and one of the 
nation's best ever ... 
rebounding prowess earned 
him a spot on most 1974 All- 
America squads along with 
offensive-minded teammates 
Tom McMillen and John 
Lucas ... IS the only player in 
Maryland history with more 



than 1,000 career rebounds 
(1,053) ...his 1973-74 season 
average of 14.7 boards a 
game is the school's single- 
season record ... his career 
rebounding average of 12.2 a 
game also is the Maryland 
record in that category .he 
owns SIX of the top 10 single 
game rebounding marks in 
school history and two of the 
top three season totals ... his 
412 rebounds in the 1973-74 
season is the school record ... 
was a three-time AU-ACC 
performer and the team's 
Most Valuable Player m 
1972-73 and its Outstanding 
Senior in 1973-74 ... was 
drafted in the first round of 
the 1974 NBA college draft 
by the Washington Bullets, 
but chose to sign with the 
Indiana Pacers of the 
American Basketball 
Association spent 10 
seasons m the ABA and NBA 
with the Pacers, Milwaukee 
Bucks, New Jersey Nets and 
New York Knickerbockers .. 
upon leaving professional 
basketball, he enrolled in 
Harvard Law School and 
graduated in 1987 ... he is 
the first former professional 
player to graduate from the 
prestigious law school. 

ALBERT KING 




6-7, Forward 
Brooklyn, New York 
Played: 1977-81 
All-American: 1981 

ON KING - One of the most 
prolific scorers in school 
history. King is one of only a 
handful of Maryland players 
to average in double figures 
in each of his four seasons ... 
ranks as the No. 2 all-time 
Maryland scorer with 2,058 
points, only 88 points behind 
fellow AU-American Len Bias 
on the school's charts ... his 
career scoring average of 



17,4 points per game is the 
fifth best in school history ... 
his 38 points in an ACC 
Tournament game against 
Clemson is the fourth best 
individual game 
performance on the 
Maryland books ... shared 
the 1980-81 team Most 
Valuable Player Award with 
Buck Williams after winning 
the award outright in 1979- 
80... was the ACC Player of 
the Year in 1979-80 and a 
first team All-ACC pick 
again in 1980-81 ... came to 
Maryland generally regarded 
as the nation's top high 
school recruit, having 
averaged 38.6 points and 22 
rebounds a game as a prep 
senior ... certainly hved up to 
that billing at Maryland and 
went on to star in the NBA 
picked in the first round - 
12th selection overall - by 
the New Jersey Nets m the 
1981 NBA college draft ...his 
older brother, Bernard, also 
IS a NBA star and former 
league scoring champion 
and IS a member of the 
Washington Bullets, 

JOHN LUCAS 




6-4, Guard 

Durham, North Carolina 
Played: 1972-76 
All-American: 1975 & 1976 

ON LUCAS - Generally 
regarded as the greatest 
guard in the history of the 
Terrapins program ... a two- 
time All-America selection 
and three-time All-ACC first 
team performer - the only 
Maryland player ever to earn 
that conference distinction ... 
IS the No. 3 scorer in 
Maryland history with 2,015 
points ... his 564 points in 
the 1973-74 season is the 
ninth-best single season 
output in school history ... he 
IS No. 2 on the school's 



career assists list ... in the 
years when Lucas manned 
the point guard position, the 
Terrapins enjoyed their best 
seasons in terras of national 
finishes ... the Terps finished 
No. 8 (1973), No. 4 (1974) and 
No. 5 (1974) m the final 
Associated Press polls in 
those three seasons with 
Lucas at the helm ... was 
also a collegiate star in 
tennis, a sport m which he 
was a two-time ACC singles 
champion and once earned 
that title in doubles ... was 
the No. 1 pick in the 1976 
NBA college draft, taken by 
the Houston Rockets. 

TOM McMILLEN 




6-11, Forward 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania 
Played: 1971-74 
All-America: 1974 
Academic All-American: 
1972, 1973, & 1974 

ON McMILLEN - The 

quintessential team leader 
- both on and off the court 
,,. averaged 20.5 points and 
9.8 rebounds during his 
three-year career, while 
setting an example off the 
court by being selected all 
three years to the 
prestigious Academic All- 
America team ... one of only 
three players to average 
more than 20 points per 
game in successive seasons 
and the only player in school 
history with a career sconng 
average above 20 points per 
game ... he owns two of the 
top seven single season 
scoring marks and four times 
in his career scored more 
than 30 points in a ballgame 
... IS the No. 5 career scorer 
in school history and the top 
scorer among players who 
were only eligible for three 
years (freshmen were 



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HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



not eligible for the varsity 
during McMillen's career) ... 
led Maryland to the 1972 
National Inviational 
Tournament Championship, 
earning Most Valuable 
Player of the tournament ... 
went on to play for the 
United States m the 1972 
Olympic Games, where the 
USA earned the silver medal 
in its controversial game 
with the Soviets ... played in 
the NBA for 1 1 seasons with 
Buffalo, Atlanta, New York 
and Washington, but put is 
professional career on a one- 
year hold m order to fulfill 
his Rhodes Scholarship 
obligation by studying for a 
year at Oxford ... was elected 
in 1986 to the U.S. Congress 
from Maryland's 4th District. 

GENE SHUE 




6-2, Forward 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Played: 1951-54 
All-American: 1954 

ONSHUE-WastheTerp's 
first high-profile basketball 
star ... earned Converse and 
Helms Foundation All- 
America honors as a senior, 
when he averaged 21.8 
points a game ... owns the 
third best single game 
scoring total in school 
history, hitting for 40 points 
against Wake Forest m the 
1959 Southern Conference 
Tournament ... was selected 
as the Most Valuable Player 
of the tournament ... was the 
school record holder in 
career scoring until 1974 
when fellow All-American 
Tom McMillen assumed that 
role... still holds the No. 9 
slot on the team's career list 
... enjoyed a successful 
career as a head coach in the 
NBA with Washmgton 
Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers 



and Los Angeles Clippers. 
He now is the general 
manager of the 76ers. 

CHARLES 

"BUCK" 

WILLIAMS 




6-8, Center/Forward 
Rocky Mount, 

North Carolina 
Played: 1978-81 
All-American: 1981 

ON WILLIAMS - An 

outstanding scorer and 
extraordinary rebounder, 
Williams earned All-America 
honors after a junior season 
- his last in college ball - 
in which he averaged 15,6 
points and 11.7 rebounds a 
game ... he is the No. 3 
rebounder in Maryland 
history with 928 career 
boards, third only to fellow 
All- American Len Elmore 
and Derrick Lewis ... his 
career average of 10.9 
rebounds per game is the 
second best average m 
school history ... he was an 
equally adept shooter, 
averaging m double figures 
each of his three seasons 
and registering the school's 
best-ever field goal 
percentage... his 61.5 
percent prowess from the 
field is the school career 
record ... ledthe ACC in 
rebounding as a freshman in 
1978-79, was third m 1979- 
80 and was second in 1980- 
81... was a member of the 
1980 United States Olympic 
Team that did not compete 
in the Moscow Games . . . 
applied for hardship 
placement in the NBA 
college draft and was 
selected as the No. 3 player 
overall by the New Jersey 
Nets ... he now plays for the 
Portland Trailblazers. 



Len Bias' Statistics 



YEAR 



GP FGM-FGA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ RBS-AVG PTS-AVG 



1982-83 


30 


86- 180 


.478 


42- 66 


.636 


22 


16 


10 


55-1 


125-4,2 


217- 7.2 


1983-84 


32 


211- 372 


.567 


66- 86 


.767 


48 


24 


13 


81-3 


145-4,5 


488-15.3 


1984-85 


37 


274- 519 


.530 


153-197 


.777 


65 


33 


34 


106-2 


251-6,8 


701-18.9 


1985-86 


32 


267- 491 


.544 


209-242 


,864 


33 


14 


27 


90-2 


224-70 


743-23,2 


TOTALS 


131 


838-1562 


.536 


470-591 


.795 


168 


87 


84 


332-8 


745-5.7 


2146-16.4 


Len Elmore 


s Statistics 


















YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


■PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1971-72 


32 


126-273 


.462 


95-126 


745 


37 


- 


- 


83-3 


351-11,0 


347-10,8 


1972-73 


26 


112-239 


.469 


37- 61 


,607 


35 


- 


- 


53-4 


290-11,2 


261-10,1 


1973-74 


28 


170-324 


.525 


69- 91 


758 


48 


- 


- 


74-0 


412-14,7 


409-14,6 


TOTALS 


86 


408-836 


.488 


201-278 


.723 


120 


- 


- 


210-7 


1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 



Albert King's Statistics 



YEAR 



GP FGM-FGA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ RBS-AVG PTS-AVG 



1977-78 


28 


164- 327 


.502 


53- 82 


.646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 


28 


191- 387 


.494 


62- 81 


,765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-5.1 


444-15.9 


1979-80 


31 


275- 497 


.553 


124-151 


,821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


207-6,7 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


31 


232- 462 


.502 


95-117 


,812 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5,7 


559-18.0 


TOTALS 


118 


862-1673 


.515 


334-431 


.775 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 



John Lucas' Statistics 



YEAR 



GP FGM-FGA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ RBS-AVG PTS-AVG 



1972-73 


30 


190- 353 


.538 


45- 64 


.703 


178 


- 


- 


66-2 


83-2.8 


425-14,2 


1973-74 


28 


253- 495 


.511 


58- 77 


.753 


159 


- 


- 


73-2 


82-2.9 


564-20,1 


1974-75 


24 


186- 359 


.549 


97-116 


.836 


91 


- 


- 


60- 


100-4.2 


469-19,5 


1975-76 


28 


233- 456 


,511 


91-117 


778 


86 


- 


- 


77-2 


109-3.9 


557-19,9 


TOTALS 


110 


862-1663 


.518 


291-374 


.778 


514 


- 


- 


276- 


374-3.4 


2015-18.3 


Tom McMillen 's Statistics 


















YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1971-72 


32 


235- 428 


.549 


197-241 


.817 


33 


- 


- 


67-3 


306- 9.6 


667-20,8 


1972-73 


29 


250- 427 


.585 


116-145 


.800 


28 


- 


- 


76-3 


284- 9.8 


616-21,2 


1973-74 


27 


214- 404 


.530 


96-126 


.762 


41 


- 


- 


69-1 


269-100 


524-19,4 


TOTALS 


88 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 


.799 


102 


- 


- 


212-7 


859- 9.8 


1807-20.5 


GeneShue'i 


Statistics 




















YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1951-52 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


224-10-6 


1952-53 


23 


176-375 


.469 


156-223 


.700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


508-22,1 


1953-54 


30 


237-469 


,506 


180-228 


.789 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


654-21,8 


TOTALS 


74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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1386-18.7 


Buck Williams' Statistics 


















YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1978-79 


30 


120-206 


.583 


60-109 


.550 


18 


25 


29 


77- 2 


323-10.8 


300-10.0 


1979-80 


24 


143-236 


,606 


85-128 


.664 


27 


17 


32 


87- 4 


242-10.1 


371-15.5 


1980-81 


31 


183-283 


.647 


116-182 


.637 


31 


29 


29 


94- 4 


3„3-11.7 


482-15.5 


TOTALS 


85 


446-725 


.615 


216-419 


.623 


76 


86 


75 


258-10 


928-10.9 


1153-13.6 




Albert King, an All-American a decade ago in 
1981, still plays professionally. 



John Lucas (above) and Bosey Beiger ate the only 
two-time All-Americans in Maryland history. 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



AWARD-WINNING TERPS 



Academic 
M-Ameiica 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1980-81 

Greg Manning (2nd Team) 

1990-91 

Matt Roe (1st Team) 

Phi Beta Kappa 

1978-79 
Eric Shiader 

NCAA Post-Giaduate 
Scholarship 

1970 

TomMilroy(alt.) 

1974 

Tom McMillen 

1981 

Greg Manning 

1991 

Matt Roe 

Scholar Athlete Award 

1989-90 
Matt Roe 
1990-91 
Matt Roe 




Matt Roe was one of only 
five first team Academic 
All-Ameiicans in 1991. 



Most Valuable Player 

1969-70 

Rod Horst 

1970-71 

Barry Yates 

1971-72 

Len Elmore 

Tom McMillen 

1972-73 

Len Elmore 

1973-74 

Tom McMillan 

1974-75 

John Lucas 

1975-76 

Maurice Howard 

1976-77 

Larry Gibson 

1977-78 

Larry Gibson 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson 

1979-80 

Albert King 

1980-81 

Albert King 

Buck Williams 

1981-82 

Adrian Branch 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch 

Ben Coleman 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman 

1984-85 

Len Bias 

1985-86 

Len Bias 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Cedric Lewis 

Matt Roe 

Most Improved Player 

1969-70 
Sparky Still 
1970-71 
Jim O'Brien 
1971-72 
Darrell Brown 
1972-73 
John Lucas 
1973-74 
Owen Brown 
1974-75 

Maurice Howard 
1975-76 
Brad Davis 



1976-77 

Lawrence Boston 

1977-78 

Greg Manning 

1978-79 

Ernest Graham 

1979-80 

Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 

Steve Rivers 

1981-82 

Charles Pittman 

1982-83 

Len Bias 

1983-84 

Terry Long 

1984-85 

Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

1985-86 

Jeff Baxter 

1986-87 

Dave Dickerson 

1987-88 

Tony Massenburg 

1988-89 

Cedric Lewis 

1989-90 

Jesse Martin 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest 
Career Contribution 

1969-70 

Will Hetzel 

1970-71 

Jay Flowers 

1971-72 

Charlie Blank 

1972-73 

Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen 

1974-75 

Bill Hahn 

1975-76 

John Lucas 

1976-77 

John Pavlos, Mgr. 

1977-78 

Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson 

1979-80 

John Bilney 

1980-81 

Albert King 

1981-82 

Dutch Moriey 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch 

1983-84 

Jeff Adkms 

1984-85 

Chuck Driesell 



1985-86 


Hevjcomer of 


^en Bias 


the Year 


1986-87 


1987-88 


not awarded 


Brian Williams 


1987-88 


1988-89 


Derrick Lewis 


Jerrod Mustaf 


1988-89 


1989-90 


Dave Dickerson 


Evers Bums 


1989-90 


1990-91 


Tony Massenburg 


Garfield Smith 


1990-91 




Cednc Lewis 




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Cedric Lewis won several team awards in 1990-91, including 
a share of the season MVP. 




Kevin McLinton clearly was the Terps'Most Improved 
Player in 1990-91. 



62 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



Coaches' Award 

1989-90 
Jerrod Mustat 
1990-91 
Cedric Lewis 

Chris Patton 
Rebounding Award 

1969-70 

Rod Horst 

1970-71 

Barry Yates 

1971-72 

Len Elmore 

1972-73 

Len Elmore 

1973-74 

Len Elmore 

1974-75 

Tom Roy 

1975-76 

Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 

Larry Gibson 

1977-78 

Larry Gibson 

1978-79 

Buck Williams 

1979-80 

Buck Williams 

1980-81 

Buck Williams 

1981-82 

Herman Veal 

1982-83 

Ben Coleman 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman 

1984-85 

Len Bias 

1985-86 

Len Bias 

Derrick Lewis 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

Buck Williams 
Rebounding Award 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Cedric Lewis 

Bud Millikan Defensive 
Player of the Year 

1990-91 

Vince Broadnax 
Cedric Lewis 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 

Vince Broadnax 
1990-91 
Vince Broadnax 



Outstanding Free 
Throw Shooter 

1989-90 
Walt Williams 
1990-91 
Walt Williams 

Most Assists Award 

1989-90 
Walt Williams 
1990-91 
Kevin McLinton 

Chevrolet Scholarship 
Game MVP Awards 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch vs. Houston 

Ben Coleman vs. Notre Dame 

1983-84 

Jeff Adkins vs. Boston 

College 

Herman Veal vs. Notre Dame 

Keith Gatlin vs. North 

Carolina 

Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 

1988-89 

Jesse Martin vs. Duke 




The coaching staff always has the last word when selecting Terp award winners. 




Two years straight, the Terps'Mr. Hustle is Vince Broadnax. 




Garfield Smith, Vince Broadnax and Cedric Lewis do a little 
sideline celebrating. 



KSTORY MAKING TERPS 



63 



Brad Da Ws 



WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 



Maryland's basketball heritage extends 
beyond the confines of a 94-feet piece of 
hardwood. Men who competed for the 
University graduated into careers as doctors, 
lawyers, businessmen, pilots and dozens of 
other professional positions. Here's a look at 
where some of Maryland's basketball alumni are 
now (the year in parenthesis is the last year the 
individual lettered at Maryland). 



Jeff Adkins (1985) 

Graduate Student, 
Salisburg, Maryland 

Jerry Bechtle (1960) 

Deputy Dtrector, 
United States 
Secret Service 

Louis "Bosey" Berger (1932) 

Retired Businessman, 
University Park, Md, 

Al Bleich (1961) 

Cardiologist, Atlanta, Ga. 

Bob Bodell (1973) 

Mortgage Banker, Franklin 
Mortage Capital Corp., 
McLean, Va. 

Adrian Branch (1985) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Portland 
Trailblazers 

Neil Brayton (1966) 

Dentist, Chestertown, Md. 

Lee Brawley (1952) 

Vice President for Sales, 
Sunbeam Bread, Beatnce 
Food, Co., Orangeburg, SC 

Danell Brown (1973) 

Corrections Officer, 
Pittsburgh, Pa, 

Ben Coleman (1984) 

Former Professional 
Basketball Player, 
Milwaukee Bucks 

Tom Connelly (1953) 

Airline Pilot, 
United Airlines 

Brad Davis (1977) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Dallas Mavericks 

Dave Dickerson (1989) 

Assistant Coach, 
James Madison 
University 

Richard Drescher (1968) 

Outdoor Guide, Real 
Estate Investor, 
Cambridge, Md. 

Chuck Driesell (1985) 

Assistant Coach, James 
Madison University 



Leonard Elmore (1974) 

Attorney, 
Washington, D.C. 

NealEskin(Mgr., 1984) 

Aaing Director, 
Marketing, University of 
Maryland 
Wanen Evans (1936) 
Retired Teacher, Frederick 
County Schools 

Bob Everett (1955) 

Owner/Operator, McCrea 
Equipment, Co., Marlow 
Heights, Md, 

Jack Faber (1927) 

Former Chairman, 
Department of 
Microbiology, University of 
Maryland/former 
President, Atlantic Coast 
Conference/former Head 
Lacrosse Coach, 
University of Maryland 

Frank Fellows (1953) 

Retired Assistant Dean, 
Department of Physical 
Education, Umversity of 
Maryland/former Head 
Basketball Coach, 
University of Maryland 

Scott Ferguson (1964) 

Chau-man of the Board & 
CEO, Lenders, Corp., 
La JoUa, Calif, 

Jack Flynn (1946) 

Former Director, Air 
Transport Pohcy, United 
States Department of 
Transportation/Former 
Director, M-Club, 
University of Maryland 

Billy Hahn (1975) 

Assistant Basketball 
Coach, University of 
Maryland 

Robert Hardiman (1957) 

Direaor, Regulatory 
Relations, C&P Telephone 
Co., Richmond, Va, 



Joe Hanington (1967) 

Head Basketball Coach, 
University of Colorado 

Jeff Hathaway (Mgr., 1979) 

Associate Athletic 
Director, University of 
Connecticut 

Jack Heise (Mgr., 1947) 

Attorney, Heise, 
Jorgenson & Stefanell, 
Sliver Spring, Md, 

David Henderson (1980) 

Engineer, Greenhorae & 
O'Mara, Inc, Greenbelt, 
Md, 

Fred Hetzel.Sr., (1930) 

Director, Employment 
Serice, United States 
Department of Labor 

J. Wayne Hisle (1932) 

Retired Executive Vice 
President, Rockefeller 
Center, Inc. 

EdHurson(1946) 

Vice President, General 
Electric, Co, 

Paul Jaeck (1950) 

Financial Analyst, Federal 
Home Loan Bank & 
Building 

Paul Jelus (1962) 

Dentist/Orthodonist, 
MoUand. Pa. 

Edwin Johnson (1939) 

Farm Owner 

John Johnson (1989) 

Salesman, Coca-Cola, Inc. 
Alexandria, VA 

Bob Keene (1949) 

Vice President for 
Marketing, Control Data, 
Corp, 

Charlie Keller (1937) 

Retired Major League 
Baseball Player, N,Y. 
Yankees & Detnot Tigers 

Harold Keller (1945) 

Former Farm System 
Dirertor, Minnesota Twins 
& Seattle Manners 

Bob Kessler (1956) 

Airline Pilot, USAir 

Albert King (1981) 

Professional Baksetball 
Player 

Jim Kinsman (1944) 

Dirertor, State of Florida 
YMCA, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Bob Lewis (1965) 

Lawyer, Shearman & 
Sterlmg, San Francisco, 
Calif. 



Derrick Lewis (1988) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, France 

John Lucas (1976) 

Former Professional 
Basketball Player, Houston 
Rockets 

John MacDonald (1968) 

Special Agent, United 
States Secret Service 

Greg Manning (1981) 

Dirertor, M-Club, 
University of Maryland/ 
Maryland basketball 
radio color commentator 

Tony Massenburg (1990) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, San Antonio Spurs 

Jay McMillen (1967) 

Physician, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Tom McMillen (1974) 

United States 
Congressman, Maryland's 
4th Distrirt 

Jim Mema (Mgr., 1957) 

Press Secretary, Federal 
Energy Commission 

Tom Mont (1947) 

Retired Director of 
Athletics, DePauw 
University 

Perry Moore (1958) 

Retired Dirertor of 
Athletics, Cal-State Long 
Beach 

Greg "Dutch" Morley (1982) 

B. Frank Joy Contrurtion, 
Bladensburg, Md. 

Bob Murray (1956) 

Deputy Dirertor, Safety 
Mgt., United States 
Department of the Army 

Bob Nardone (1960) 

Publishing Executive, 
Chatham, NJ 

Bob O'Brien (1956) 

Coach, PG County High 
Schools 

Jim O'Brien (1973) 

Regional Vice-President, 
Integon Corp., Nokesville, 
Va, 

Gene Ochsenreiter (1941) 

Former Mayor, Asheville, 
N, C. 

Skeets Parker (1926) 

Dirertor, Riggs National 
Bank, Washington, DC. 

Rich Porac (1974) 

Dentist, Frederick, Md, 

Tom Roy (1975) 

Computer Salesman, 
Philadelphia, Pa, 




John Sandbower (1956) 

Lawyer, Baltimore, Md, 

Drew Schaufler (1957) 

Vice President for 
Investment Banking, 
Wheat First Securities 

Eric Sharder (1979) 

Medical Doctor, University 
of Virginia Medical School 

Ron Siegrist (1950) 

Vice President. Elertronics 
Co,, Lutherville, Md, 

Bob Thurston (1956) 

Manager, Retirement 
Plannmg, Litton Industries 

Jap Trimble (1974) 

Sales and Marketmg 
Executive, WMAR-TV, 
Baltimore, Md, 

Terry Truax (1968) 

Head Basketball Coach, 
Towson State University 

George Weber (1933) 

Retired Dirertor, Physical 
Plant and Supervisor of 
Engineermg, University of 
Maryland 

Howard White (1973) 

Retail Representative, 
Nike Inc., Lanham, Md. 

Mickey Wiles (1970) 

Semor Vice 
President/Dirertor of 
Marketing, Admiral Corp., 
Palm Coast, Fla. 

Buck Williams 
(1981) 

Professional Basketball 

Player, Portland 

Trailblazers 

Gary Williams (1967) 

Head Basketball Coach, 
University of Maryland 

GusWinnemore(1929) 

Retired Teacher, D.C. 
Public Schools 

Tom Young (1958) 

Former Head Basketball 
Coach, Old Dominion 
University 



64 



HISTORY MAXINGTERPS 



LETTERWINNERS 



"A" 

Acito, Joseph, 1944 
Adams, Donald, 1926-27-28 
Adkins, Jeff, 1982-83-84-85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Allen, Benjamin, 1936-37 
Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike. 1990 
Andorka, WiUiam, 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 
Baldwm, Taylor. 1979-80-81-82 
Barton, Joseph, 1962 
Baumann, Joseph, 1946 
Baxter, Jeff. 1983-84-85-86 
Beamer, Francis, 1933-39 
Beatty. WiUiam, 1924-25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald. 1958-59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S.. 191819 
Bias. Leonard, 1983-84-85-86 
Bilney, John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blank, Charles, 1970-71-72 
Blumberg, Norman, 1960-61 
BodeU, Bob, 1971-72-73 
Body, Robert. 1971-72-73 
Boland, Samuel, N/A 
Bosley, Robert, 1946 
Boston. Lawrence, 1976-77-78 
Bowie, WiUiam, 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. 1964-66-66 



Brenner. John. 1942 
Broadnax, Vince, 1989-90-91 
Brooks, Ronald, 1952-53-54 
Brown, Darrell, 1971-72-73 
Brown. Owen, 1973-74-75 
Brown. William, 1946-47-48 
Bryant, Bernard, 1935 
Bryant, WiUiam, 1936-37 
Bryant, William, 1977-78 
Buckley, John, 1945 
Bunge,Al, 1953-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph, 1924-25 
Bums. Evers, 1990-91 
Burton, Tim 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher. Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher. Bernard. 1934-35-36 
Butler. Jay, 1953 

"C" 

Campbell, WiUiam, 1945 
Cardwell. Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Phdip. 1963-64-65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold, 1934 
Cartwright. Mark, 1972 
Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 
Chalmers, Steve, 1945 
Chamberlain. Kevin. 1990 
Chase. Spencer. 1932-33-34 
Chong. Eddie. 1989-90 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris. 1932 
Cole. Kenneth. 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
ConneUy, Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark. 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Cranister, John, 1991 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler. Robert, 1958 




Daly, Edward, 1935 
Danko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Davis. Brad, 1975-76-77 
Davis, Michael, 1977-78 
Davis, Nick. 1956-67-53 
Davis, Todd, 1990-91 
Day SE, 1913 
Dean, Thurston. 1927-28-29 
Darstyne, R,S,,1914 
DeCosmo. Michael. 1964-65 
DeWitt, George, 1939-40 
Dickerson, David, 1986-87-88-89 
Diffie, Granville. 1960 
Dilworth. Robert, 1953-64-55 
Downing, Matt, 1991 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell. Charles. 1982-83-84-85 
Dudley. Aaron. 1991 
Dunlap. Howard. 1956 
DuVali, Mearle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer. Harold. 1934 

"E" 

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 
Eskm, Neal 1981-82-83-84 
Etienne. Max. 1989-90 
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 
Fennel, E.G.. 1944 
Ferguson, Scott, 1962-63-64 
Fetters, Robert, 1941-42 
Fern, Gustav, 1957 
Finniff. Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Jay, 1970 
Flynn, John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergill, Mark. 1980, 82-83-84 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1965 



"0" 



Jack Flynn was a three-time letterman and the Director of 
the M-Club, the lettermen 's association, lor several years. 



Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gathn, Keith, 1984-85-86-88 
Gaylor. Robert, 1929-30 
Gell. David, 1991 

Gibson, Lawrence, 1976-77-78-79 
Gilbert, H.D., 1919 
Gilmore. Jack. 1941 
Gleasner. John, 1946 
Gordley, Larry. 1972 
Graham, Ernest, 1973-79-80-81 
Greco. Ralph, 1952-53-54 
Greenspan, Gerald, 1961-62-63 
Gregg. David. 1986 
Groves, John, 1924 
Guckeyson, Bill, 1935, 1937 



"H" 

Hahn, William, 1973-74-75 
Hall, Irving, 1924 
Halleck. James. 1957-58-59 
Hammerlund, Robert. 1937 
Hankin. Robert. 1950 
Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 
Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 
Hart, Robert, 1978-79 
Hathaway, Jeff, 1978-79 
Headley, Coleman, 1933 
Heagy, Al, 1928-29-30 
Heatley, Jack, 1945 
Heil, George, 1940 
Heise, John, 1946-47 
Henderson, David. 1977, 1979-80 
Hess, Hany. 1930-31 
Hetzel, Fred. 1928-29-30 
Hetzel, WiU. 1968-69-70 
Hilden, Charles, 1944 
Hisle, John, 1932 
Hoffecker, Thomas, 1945 
Holbert, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 
Hood, Steve, 1987-88 
Horn. Hechert. 1942 
Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 
Housley, Samuel, N/A 
Howard, Maurice, 1973-74-76-76 
Hughes. Harry. 1946 
Huntemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-73 

Jackson. William. 1951 
Jackson. Reggie. 1979-80-81-82 
Jaeck, Paul. 1945 
James, Robot, 1942-43 
Jarmoska, George, 1941 
Jelus, Paul 1960-61-62 
Johnson, Edward, 1937-38-39 
Johnson, James. 1951-52 
Johnson. John. 1986-87-88-39 
Johnson. Julius, 1967-68-69 
Jones, Thomas, 1985-86 
Jones, William, 1966-67-68 

"K" 

Kaluzienski, Matt, 1989-90 
Kann.R,S,.1918 
Kaplan, Zev, 1955 
Kaiver, Mark, 1987-88 
Kassel, Steve, 1979 
Kasoff, Mitch, 1987-88-89-90 
Kebeck, Steve, 1970-71 
Keene, Robert, 1946 
Keller, Charles, 1935-36-37 
KeUeher, Bruce, 1960-61-62 
Kessler, Robert, 1954-55-56 
King. Albert. 1978-79-80-81 
Kinsman, James, 1943 
Knepley, George. 1937-38-39 
Knepley. Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert, 1919 
Koffenberger, 1950-51-52 
Knikai. Paul, 1953-59-60 

Ladd, Robert, 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Lann, Alvm. 1948. 1950 
Leuci, Viaor. 1954 
Levin, Julius. 1933 
Levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levme. Frank, 1933 




Lettermen and Coaches: 
Frank Fellows (top) lettered 
twice for Maryland and 
served as the Terps head 
coach for two years. Gary 
Williams (bottom) was a 
three-year letterman and is 
in his third season as the 
Terps' head coach. 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



65 



LETTERWINNERS 



Lewis, Cedric, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87-88 
Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Luney, William, N/A 

"M" 

MacDonald, Jan, 1968 
Mack, Charles, 1949-50 
Madigan, George, 1928-29-30 
Magid, Brian, 1976-77 
Mania, George, 1951-52-53 
Manning, Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Marshal, Alfred, N/A 
Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin, Jesse, 1989-90 
Massenburg. Tony, 1986-88-89-90 
May, Charles, 1930-31-32 
Mays, H.W., 1911 
McCarthy, John, 1936-37-38 
McCoy, Teyon, 1987-88 
McCudy, Bruce, 1949 
McDonald,Robert, 1959, 1961 
McDonald, Leib, 1941 
McGmnis, Wayne, 1957 
McHale, Richard, 1971 
McLinton, Kevin, 1990-91 
McMillen, James, 1966-66-67 
McMiUen, Thomas, 1972-73-74 
McNeil, Charles, 1958-59 
McWiDiams, Samuel, 1963-64 
Merna, James, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Thomas. 1966 
MUroy, Thomas, 1968-69-70 
Mobus, Paul, 1936-37 
Mondorf, Pershing, 1939-40 
Mont, Thomas, 1942-43, 1947 
Moore, Dwight, 1953 
Moore, Perry, 1956-57-58 
Moran, Donald, 1951-52-63 
Morgan, J,A„ 1918 
Morin, Matt, 1990-91 
Morley, Greg, 1979-80-81-82 
Morris, Alan, 1972-73 
Morris, John, 1932 
Morris, William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 
Mulitz, MUton, 1937-38, 1940 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-69 
Murray, Robert, 1948, 1960 
Mustaf.Jerrod, 1989-90 



Nacincik, John, 1956-57-58 
Nakannua, Jeff, 1973 
Nared, Greg, 1986-87-88-89 
Neal, John, 1971-72 
Nevm, Phil, 1987 
Newsome, John, 1975-76 
Nofsinger, Michael, 1960-61-62 
Norris, John, 1930-31-32 Nuttle, 
Byron, 1943 



O'Brien, James, 1971-72-73 
O'Brien, Robert, 1965-66-57 
Ochsenreiter, Eugene, 1939-40-41 



Palmer, Bryan, 1983, 1986 
Parker, Alvin, 1924 
Patton, Chris, 1975-76 
Pavlos, John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Malvin, 1944, 1947 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
Pinocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittman, Charles, 1981-82 
Pitzer, John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1946 
Porac, Richard, 1972-73-74 
Prins, Curtis, 1967 

"R" 

Radice. Julius. 1928-29-30 
Raedy, Michael, 1919 
Rea, William, 1938-39-40 
Reyes, Andre, 1987 
Rivers, Steve, 1981-82-83 
Robinson, Jonathan, 1980-81 
Roe, Matt, 1991 
Ronkin, Edward, 1930-31-32 
Rooney, Patrick, 1930 
Roy. Thomas, 1973-74-76 



"S" 



Sandbower. John, 1954-55-56 
Sanders, Harvey, 1970 
Schaufler, Charles, 1955-56 
Scheele, Thomas, 1936 
Schmidt, Francis, 1933 
Schtoeder, David, 1961 
Schuerholz, Donald, 1942-43, 1947 
Schultz, Logan, 1938 
Shaffer, Richard, 1939 
Shanahan, Gerry, 1960 
Sheppard, Steve, 1975-76-77 
Shrader, Eric, 1977-78-79 
Shue. Gene, 1952-53-54 
Shumate, John, 1947 
Siegrist, Ronald, 1948-49 
Simms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood, Lawrence, 1928-29 
Smith, Bernard, 1948-49-50 
Smith, Garfield, 1991 
Snyder, Robert, 1933-34 
Sothoron, Norwood, 1934-36 
Stasiulatis, William, 1961-62-63 
Sterner. Carlton, 1942 
Steinman, Edward, 1964 
Stevens, James, 1918 
Stevens, Myron, 1925-26-27 
Stieber, Fred, 1933 
Still, James, 1970-71 
Stobaugh, Richard, 1969 
Stone, Junior, 1918-19 
Strachan, John, 1961 
Sudor, George, 1964 
Suit, Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, WiUiam, 1969 
Supplee. William, 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Daniel, 1963 




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Steve Sheppard was a three-time Terp letterman, and is considered one of the most 
tenacious players ever to compete lor Maryland. 




Mike Anderson lettered four times in 
football and once in hoops. 



Keith Gatlin was a lour-time Terp 
letterwirmer 



Taylor, Richard, 1949 
Thomas, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert, 1955 
Tillman, James, 1976-77 
Traps, Ernest, 1942-43 
Trimble, Japeth, 1972, 1974 
Troxell, Walter, 1924-25-26 
Truax, Terry, 1967-68 
Tull,J.J., 1914 
Turyn, Victor, 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 1944 

"U" 

Ulman, Bernard, 1941 
♦«y»» 

Vannais, Leon, 1940 
Veal, Herman, 1981-82-83-34 
Vincent, J.M.. 1914 
Vincent, Rufus, 1932-33-34 



"W" 

Wainwright, Troy, 1988-89-90 
Walker, George, 1933 
Walker, Rodney. 1988 
Waller, Edward, 1947 
Ward, Gary, 1964-65-66 
Waters, Albert, 1935-36-37 
Weber, George, 1933 
Webster, David, 1954-55 
Weidinger, Charles, 1940 
Weingarten, Julian. 1957-58 
Wharton. James, 1941 
Wheeler, Waverly, 193637-38 
White. Joseph, 1942 
White, Howard, 1971-72-73 
Wiles,F Michael, 1969-70 
Williams. Brian, 1988 
Wiles. Peter. 1960 
WiUiams. Charles, 1979-80-81 
Wmiams, Gary, 1965-66-67 



Williams, Walt, 1989-90-91 
Wilson. Robert. 1931-32 
Wilson. Robert. 1960-61 
Wilson. Len. 1913 
Winnemore. Augustine. 1929 
Wise, Richmond, 1964-65-66 
Woodward. Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington. Charles. 1969 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 

oytt 

Yates. Barry, 1971 
Yordy. Robert. 1945, 1949 
Young, Corley, 1990 
Young, Thomas, 1953-54, 1958 
YoweU, Roy, 1934 



"Z" 



Zalesak, Emanuel, 1924 
Zimmerman. James. 1935 



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HISTORY MAKING TERPS 




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AMERICAN 




Craig Sedmak 



Nov. 30, 1991; 1 p.m. 
Cole Field House 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 
Location: Washington, D.C. 
Founded: 1893 
Enrollment: 11,500 
President: Dr Joseph Duffey 
Athletics Director: Joseph O'Donnell 
Nickname: Eagles 
Colors: Red, White & Blue 
Affiliation: NCAA Division I 
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 
Arena (Capacity): Bender Arena (5,000) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 4-1 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (202) 885-3032 

Director: Joan von Thron 

Home Phone: (202) 362-4587 

Assistant: Colleen Corace 

Home Phone: (202) 686-4207 

Mailing Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave., 

Washington, DC, 20016 
Press Row Phone: (202) 885-8232 
Fax Phone: (202)885-3033 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Chris Knoche 
Alma Mater, Year: American, 1980 
Record at School, Years: 15-14, 1 year 
Career Record, Years 15-14, 1 year 
Office Phone: (202)885-3010 
Best Time to Reach: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
Assistant Coach (Alma Mater, Years): 
Gordon Austin (American. 1983) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pes. 


Hometowm 


3 


Byron Hawkins 


6-4 


Sr 


G-F 


Washington, D.C. 


10 


Donald Grant 


6-0 


Sr 


G 


Oxon Hill, MD 


11 


Brian Mackey 


5-10 


So- 


G 


Landover Hills, MD 


15 


Todd Robinson 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Springfield. MA 


20 


Mike Blackwell 


6-4 


Fr 


G 


Topeka, KS 


22 


Brian Gilgeous 


6-6 


Jr. 


G-F 


Brooklyn. NY 


25 


Tim Fudd 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Falls Church, VA 


33 


Bryan Palmer 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Dumfries, VA 


34 


Etick Grace 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Lakeland, FL 


42 


Sean Stevens 


6-11 


Jr. 


C 


Crownsville, MD 


46 


Marko Krivkapic 


6-B 


Fr 


G 


Yugoslavia 


50 


Craig Sedmak 


6-9 


Jr. 


F 


New Berlin, WI 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N22-23 at Bearcat Classic 




J25 


at James Madison 


N30 


at Maryland 




J29 


at Richmond 


D2 


Penn State 




Fl 


George Mason 


D5 


at Coppin State 




F6 


CoDege of Charleston 


D7 


George Washington 


F8 


WiUiam & Mary 


Dll 


at DePaul 




F12 


Old Dominion 


D14 


at Villanova 




F15 


at East Carolina 


D29 


at Ohio State 




F17 


at 


JNC-Wilmington 


J4 


at St. Joseph's 




F22 


James Madison 


Jll 


at WiUiam & Mary 




F26 


Richmond 


J16 


at Old Dominion 




F29 


at George Mason 


J18 


East Carolina 




M2 


at Penn State 


J20 


UNC -Wilmington 




M7-9 


at CAA Tournament 


J22 


Pennsylvania 











1990-91 Overall Record: 1514 

1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 8-6 (3rd) 

Letterwinners Returning: 7 

Starters Returning: 4 



ARIZONA 




MSlZiMai 




Sean Rooks 



Fiesta Bowl Classic 

Championship/Consolation 

Dec, 30, 1991 

McKale Center, Tucson, AZ 

UNIVERSITY INFORMA TION 

Location: Tuscon, AZ 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 35,000 

President: Dr. Manuel T. Pacheco 

Athletics Director: Cedric Dempsey 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Colors: Cardinal & Navy 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Pacific 10 

Arena (Capacity): McKale Center (13,662) 

Series Record: Arizona leads, 1-0 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (602)621-4163 

Director: Butch Henry 

Home Phone: (602)885-1452 

Assistant: Tom Duddleston 

Home Phone: (602)881-1203 

Mailing Address: Media Relations, McKale 229, 
University of Arizona, 
Tucson, AZ 85721 

Press Row Phone: (602)621-4334 

Fax Phone: (602)621-2681 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Lute Olson 

Alma Mater, Year: Augsburg, 1956 

Record at School, Years: 190-69, 8 years 

Career Record, Years 381-162, 18 years 

Office Phone: (602)621-4813 

Best Time to Reach: 10 am to 1p.m. 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Tony McAndrews (St Ambrose. 1966), 

Jim Rosborough (low/a, 1966), 

Jessie Evans (E. Michigan, 1972) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Khalid Reeves 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Queens, NY 


12 


Matt Othick 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Las Vegas, Nev. 


20 


Damon Stoudamire 


5-10 


Fr, 


G 


Portland, OR 


21 


Brian Nelson 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Western Springs, IL 


22 


Ray Owes 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


San Bemadino, CA 


23 


Deron Johnson 


6-6 


So. 


F-G 


Tucson, AZ 


24 


Sean Allen 


6-8 


Fr. 


F-G 


Las Vegas, Nev. 


30 


Wayne Womack 


6-8 


Jr 


F 


Pasadena, CA 


41 


Ed Stokes 


7-0 


Jr. 


C 


Los Angeles, CA 


42 


Chris MiUs 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Los Angeles, CA 


46 


Sean Rooks 


6-10 


Sr. 


F-C 


Fontana, CA 


61 


Kevin Flanagan 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Del Mar, CA 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N29-D1 Hawan Tournament 




F2 


Oregon State 


D7 


Louisiana State 




F6 


at Stanford 


D14 


at New Mexico 




F9 


at California 


D18 


Northern Arizona 




F13 


Washington State 


D21 


at Arkansas 




FIB 


Washington 


D28-30 Fiesta Bowl Classic 




F20 


at Arizona State 


J2 - - 

,15 


New Orleans 
Santa Clara 




F23 


Temple at St. Petersburg, FL 


,19 


Southern California 




F2V 


at Oregon State 


Jll 


UCLA 




F29 


at Oregon 


J16 


at Washington 




Mb 


California 


J18 


at Washington State 




M7 


Stanford 




J22 


Arizona State 




M12 


at UCLA 




J25 


Pittsburgh 




M14 


at Southern California 


J30 


Oregon 











1990-91 Overall Record: 28-7 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 14-4 (1st) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8(3) 
Starters Returning: 3 



68 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



CLEMSON 




David Young 



Jan. 25, 1992; 12:30 p.m. 

Cole Field House 

ESPN - Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

Feb. 22, 1992; 7 p.m. 

Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, SO 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Clemson, SC 

Founded: 1889 

Enrollment: 16,072 

President: Dr. Max Lennon 

Athletics Director: Bobby Robinson 

Mckname: Tigers 

Colors: Orange & Purple 

Affiliation: NCA/* Division I 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Littlejohn Coliseum ( 1 1 ,020) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 64-34 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (803)656-2114 
Director: Tim Bourret 
Home Phone: (803)654-6240 
Assistant: Tim Match 
Home Phone: (803)654-9400 
Mailing Address: P.O Box 632, 

Clemson, SC 29633 
Press Row Phone: (803) 654-3326 
Fax Phone: (803)656-0299 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Cliff Ellis 
Alma Mater, Year: Florida State, 1968 
Record at School, Years: 130-86, 7 years 
Career Record, Years 301-170, 16 years 
Office Phone: (803)656-2101 
Best Time to Reach: Through the SID Office 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 
LenGordy (Arizona, 1977), 
Eugene Hams (Florida State, 1978), 
Larry Brown, Bill Muse (Mississippi, 1979), 
Bobby Skelton (Clemson, 1978) 



1991-92 ROSTER 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Bruce Martin 


6-3 


Fr, 


G Shady Springs, WV 


10 


Joey Watts 


6-2 


Jr. 


G Aiken, SC 


11 


David Young 


6-6 


Sr. 


G Greenville, SC 


12 


Anthony Smith 


6-1 


Fr. 


G Monroe, GA 


13 


Steve Harris 


6-4 


So. 


G Simpsonville, SC 


16 


Shawn Lastinger 


6-0 


Jr. 


G Atlanta, GA 


20 


Ryan Amestoy 


6-6 


Fr, 


F SneUviUe, GA 


21 


Chris Whitney 


6-0 


Jr. 


G Hopkinsville, KY 


24 


Eric Burks 


6-3 


So. 


G Atlanta, GA 


25 


Keith Wood 


6-3 


Jr 


G Chester, PA 


31 


Andie Bovain 


6-1 


So. 


G Columbia, SC 


32 


Desi McQueen 


6-8 


Fr, 


F BennettsvOle, SC 


33 


Devin Gray 


6-6 


Fr 


F Baltimore, MD 


34 


Sharone Wright 


6-11 


Fr. 


C Macon, GA 


40 


Corey Wallace 


6-7 


Jr, 


F Severn, MD 


44 


Wayne Buckingham 


6-9 


Jr. 


F Atlanta, GA 


1991-92 SCHEBULE 








N30 


Morehead State 




J27 


at Duke 


02 


Oral Roberts 




J29 


at Western Carolina 


D7 


Charleston Southern 




Fl 


South Carolina 


D14 


Tennessee State 




F5 


Georgia Tech 


D16 


Furman 




F8 


at Florida State 


D28-29 at Sun Bowl Carnival 




F12 


at Wake Forest 


J4 


Wake Forest 




F16 


North Carolma 


J9 


at North Carolina 




F18 


Florida State 


Jll 


UNC Asheville 




F22 


Maryland 


J13 


Wofford 




F26 


at N,C, State 


JIB 


N,C State 




F29 


at Virginia 


J22 


Virginia 




M4 


Duke 


J26 


at Maryland 




M8 


at Georgia Tech 



1990-91 Overall Record: 11-17 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 2-12 (7th) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 3 (5) 
Starters Returning: 3 



DUKE 





Christian Laettner 



Jan. 8, 1992; 9 p.m. 
Cole Field House 
Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

Feb. 20, 1992; 8 p.m. 

Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 

Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Durham, NC 

Founded: 1924 

Enrollment: 6,300 

President: H Keith H. Brodie, MD 

Athletics Director: Tom Butters 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Colors: Royal Blue & White 

/^filiation: NC/IA Division 1 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) 

Series Record: Duke leads, 76-47 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (919)684-2633 

Director: MikeCragg 

Home Phone: (919)544-0259 

Assistant: Warren Miller 

Home Phone: (919)489-6488 

Mailing Address: 1 5 Cameron Indoor Stadium, 

Durham, NC 27706 
Press Row Phone: (919)684-6186 
Fax Phone: (919)684-2489 
BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski 
Alma Mater, Year: Army, 1969 
Record at School, Years: 263-108, 11 years 
Career Record, Years 336-167, 16 years 
Office Phone: (919)684-3777 
Best Time to Reach: ACC Teleconference Tuesdays 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Mike Brey (George Washington, 1982), 

Tommy Amaker (Duke, 1987), 

Pete Gaudet (Boston University, 1966), 

Jay Bilas (Duke, 1986) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Maity Clark 


6-6 


So. 


G 


Westchester, IL 


4 


Kenny Blakeney 


6-4 


So, 


G 


Washington, DC. 


11 


Bobby Hurley 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


Jersey City, NJ 


12 


Thomas Hill 


6-4 


Jr. 


G-F 


Lancaster, TX 


21 


/intonio Lang 


6-8 


So. 


F 


MobUe, AL 


23 


Brian Davis 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Capitol Heights, MD 


32 


Christian Laettner 


6-11 


Sr. 


F 


/tagola, NY 


33 


Grant HiD 


6-8 


So, 


F-G 


Reston, VA 


44 


Cherokee Parks 


6-11 


Fr. 


F 


Huntington Bch.,C A 


52 


Erik Meek 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Escondido, CA 


54 


Christian Ast 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Beltsville, MD 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N26 


East Carolina 




J27 


Clemson 


N30 


Harvard 




J30 


at Florida State 


D5 


St John's (ACC/Big 


East) 


Fl 


Notre Dame 


D7 


at Canisius 




F6 


at North Carolma 


D14 


at Michigan 




F8 


at Louisiana State 


D3C 


William & Mary 




F12 


at Georgia Tech 


J2 


at Virginia 




F16 


at North Carohna State 


J6 


Florida State 




F20 


Maryland 


J8 


at Maryland 




F23 


at Wake Forest 


Jll 


Georgia Tech 




F26 


Virgi 


iia 


J15 


North Carolina State 




Ml 


UCLA 


J18 


UNC-Charlotte 




M4 


at Clemson 


J21 


at Boston University 




M8 


North Carolina 


J25 


Wake Forest 











1990-91 Overall Record: 32-7 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 11-3 (1st) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8(4) 
Starters Returning: 4 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



69 



EVANSVILLE 




Scott Shreffler 



Fiesta Bowl Classic 

Championship/Consolation 

Dec. 30, 1991 

McKale Center, Tucson, AZ 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 
Location: Evansville, IN 
Founded: 1854 
Enrollment: 2,200 
President: Dr. James Vinson 
Athletics Director: James Byers 
Nickname: Aces 
Colors: Purple & White 
Affiliation: NCAA Division I 
Conference: Midwestern Collegiate 
Arena (Capacity): Roberts Stadium (12,300) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (812)479-2350 

Director: BobBoxell 

Home Phone: (812)422-4526 

Assistant: Will Hancock 

Mailing Address: 1800 Lincoln Ave, 

Evansville, IN 47722 
Press Row Phone: (812)476-1383 
Fax Phone: (812)479-2199 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: JunCrewrs 

Alma Mater, Year: Indiana, 1976 

Record at School, Years: 101-74, 6 years 

Career Record, Years 101-74. 6 years 

Office Phone: (812)479-2762 

Best Time to Reach: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. M-F 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Steve Bennett (Eastern Illmois, 1976), 

Brad Brov;nelll (DePauw), 

Kirk SarfKMillikm, 1984), 

Marty Simmons (Evansville, 1988) 




1991-92 ROSTER 

No. Name Ht. Yr. 

5 Chaka Chandler 6-4 Jr. 

10 Sascha Hupmann 7-1 Jr. 

11 Erin Washington 6-10 Fr. 

12 MarkHisle 5-10 So. 
20 Scott Shieffler 6-1 Jt 

22 Bernard Parks 6-7 Jr. 

23 Todd Cochenour 6-1 So. 

24 Parrish Casebier 6-3 So. 
31 AndyElkins 6-7 Fr 
33 Caleb Rath 6-10 Fr 
42 Scott Fahnestock 6-6 So 

44 Bobby Allen 6-3 Jr. 

45 Reed Jackson 6-5 Fr 
53 Mike Walker 6-10 Ft. 



Pes. Hometown 

G-F Columbus, OH 

C Munich. Germany 

G Mesquite. TX 

G Tene Haute, IN 

G Stonefort, IL 

F Indianapolis. IN 

G Mooresville, IN 

F Rockport, IN 

F Evansville, IN 

C Pinckneyville, IL 

F Avon Lake, OH 

G Downsview, Ontario 

F Norris City, IL 

F Oscoda. MI 



1991-92 SCHEDULE 

N21 Oklahoma St 

(Preseason NIT) 

N25 Cal-State Northridge 

D3 Austin Peay 

D7 Samford 

D9 Southern Utah 

D14 Southern Illinois 

D19 Coastal Carolina 

D21 at Murray State 

D28-30 Fiesta Bowfl Classic 

J4 at Dayton 

Jll Butler 

J13 Chicago State 

J18 at Detroit Mercy 



J22 Northeastern Illinois 

J25 Loyola (Chicago) 

J27 at hidiana State 

Fl at Xavier 

F5 Valparaiso 

F8 Dayton 

F15 at Butler 

FIB hidiana State 

F22 Xavier 

F24 at Eastern Michigan 

F29 Detroit Mercy 

M3 at Loyola (Chicago) 

M9 Notre Dame 



1990-91 Overall Record: 14-14 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 7-7 (5th) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 7(5) 
Starters Returning: 3 (2) 



FLORIDA STATE 




Doug Edwards 



Jan. 18, 1992; 1:30 p.m. 
Cole Field House 
Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

Feb. 5, 1992; 7 p.m. 

Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, FL 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, FL 

Founded: 1857 

Enrollment: 29,000 

President: Dr. Dale W. Lick 

Athletics Director: Bob Gom 

Nickname: Semmoles 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center (12,500) 

Series Record: First Meeting 

SE) INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (904)644-1401 
Director: Wayne Hogan 
Home Phone: (904) 562-4827 
Assistant: Rob Wilson 
Home Phone: (904) 877-8737 
Mailing Address: PC. Box 2195, 

Tallahassee, FL 32316 
Fax Phone: (904)644-3820 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Pat Kennedy 

Alma Mater, Year: Kmgs College, 1975 

Record at School, Years: 97-56, 5 years 

Career Record, Years 221-116, 11 years 

Office Phone: (904)644-1461 

Best Time to Reach: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. M-Th 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

David Zimroth (Flonda State, 1978), 

Kenny Williamson (CCNY. 1976), 

Tom Carlson (Florida State, 1974) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Bob Sura 


6-5 


Fr 


G 


Wilkes-Barre, PA 


4 


Chuck Graham 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Augusta, GA 


10 


Sam Cassell 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Baltunore, MD 


11 


Lorenzo Hands 


6-3 


Sr- 


G 


W. Palm Beach, FL 


12 


CharheWard 


6-1 


So 


G 


Thomasville, GA 


22 


Derrick Myers 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Pittsburgh, PA 


23 


Ron Miller 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Tallahassee. FL 


31 


Ray Donald 


6-8 


Fr. 


G-F 


Pensacola. FL 


32 


Doug Edwards 


6-9 


Jr. 


F 


Miami. FL 


33 


Byron Wells 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Tampa. FL 


34 


Rodney Dobard 


6-9 


Jr. 


F-C 


Delaray Beach, FL 


44 


Andre Reid 


7-0 


So. 


C 


Miami, FL 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N26 


Jacksonville 




J23 


at Georgia Tech 


D3 


Syracuse (ACC/Big 


East) 


J25 


N.C, State 


D6-7 


Capital City Classic 




J27 


at Florida 


D7 


Florida A&M 




J30 


Duke 




D16 


at North Caiohna 




Fl 


Wake Forest 


D20 


at South Florida 




F5 


Maryland 


D23 


Roben Moms 




F8 


Clemson 


D29 


Duquesne 




FIO 


at N.C- State 


J2 


UNC-Asheville 




F13 


at Virgmia 


J4 


Virginia 




F15 


Georgia Tech 


J6 


at Duke 




F18 


at Clemson 


Jll 


at Wake Forest 




F23 


DePaul 


J18 


at Maryland 




F27 


Nonh Carolma 


J20 


Mercer 











1990-91 Overall Record: 21 11 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 
Letterwinners Returning: 7 
Starters Returning: 2 



9-6 



70 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



GEORGIA TECH 





Jon Barry 



Jan. 5, 1992; 1:30 p.m. 

Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Atlanta, GA 

Feb. 9, 1992; 4 p.m. 
Cole Field House 
ABC TV 

UNIVERSITY INFORMA TION 

Location: Atlanta, GA 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 12,000 

President: Dr John Crecine 

Athletics Director: Dr, Homer C. Rice 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Alexander Memorial Coliseum (10,000) 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 19-14 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (404) 894-5445 

Director: Mike Finn 

Home Phone: (404)938-9910 

Assistant: Mike Stamus 

Home Phone: (404)436-2011 

Mailing Address: Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 

150 Bobby Dodd Way, NW, Atlanta, GA 30332 
Press Row Phone: (404) 894-5458/5459 
Fax Phone: (404)873-4440 
BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Bobby Cremins 
Alma Mater, Year: South Carolina, 1970 
Record at School, Years: 198-112, 10 years 
Career Record, Years 298-182, 16 years 
Office Phone: (404) 894-5425 
Best Time to Reach: 11:30 am, to 12:30 p m, M-F 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Kevin Cantwfell (UNC Asheville, 1973), 

Sherman Dillard (James Madison, 1978), 

Jimmy Hebron (UNC Wilmington, 1973) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pes. 


Hometown 


3 


Travis Best 


5-11 


Fr 


G 


Springfield, MA 


5 


James Gaddy 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Macon, GA 


10 


Drew Barry 


6-4 


Fr, 


G 


Danville, CA 


11 


Bryan Hill 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Arlington, VA 


14 


Jon Barry 


6-5 


Sr. 


G 


Danville, CA 


15 


Darryl Barnes 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Brooklyn, NY 


24 


Fred Vinson 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Murfreesboro, NC 


30 


Todd Harlicka 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Robbinsville, NJ 


31 


Greg White 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Norcross, GA 


32 


Malcolm Mackey 


6-11 


Jr. 


F 


Chattanooga, TN 


33 


Ivano New/bill 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Macon, GA 


34 


James Forrest 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


AUanta, GA 


42 


Rod Balanis 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Williamsburg, VA 


52 


Matt Geiger 


7-0 


Sr. 


F-C 


Clearwater, FL 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N20 


James Madison 




J18 


at Wake Forest 




(Preseason NIT) 




J23 


Florida State 


D3 


Villanova (ACC/Big 


East) 


J25 


at Louisville 


D7 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 


J28 


College of Charleston 


D14 


Georgia State 




F2 


North Carolina 


D18 


Georgia 




F5 


at Clemson 


D2I 


Kentucky 




F9 


at Maryland 


D28 


Mercer 




F12 


Duke 




D30 


St. Bonaventure 




F15 


at Florida State 


J2 


Richmond 




F22 


at Virc 


inia 


J5 


Maryland 




F27 


Wake Forest 


J8 


at N.C. State 




F29 


N.C. State 


Jll 


at Duke 




M4 


at North Carolma 


J14 


Virginia 




M8 


Clemson 



1990-91 Overall Record: 17-13 

1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 6-8 (tied for 5th) 

Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8(3) 

Starters Returning: 4 



LOUISVILLE 




Everick Sullivan 



Dec. 10, 1991; 8 p.m. 
Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 
Location: Louisville, KY 
Founded: 1798 
Enrollment: 23,600 
President: Dr. Donald C. Swam 
Athletics Director: Bill Olsen 
Nickname: Cardinals 
Colors: Red, Black & White 
Affiliation: NCAA Division I 
Conference: Metro 

Arena (Capacity): Freedom Hall (18,865) 
Series Record: Louisville leads, 4-0 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (502)588-6581 
Director: Kenny Klem 
Home Phone: (502)636-3555 
Assistant: Jeff Schneider 
Home Phone: (502)363-9840 
Mailing Address: SID Office 

Louisville, KY 40292 
Press Row Phone: (502) 588-5567 
Fax Phone: (502)588-7401 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Denny Crum 

Alma Mater, Year: UCLA, 1958 

Record at School, Years: 477-172, 20 years 

Career Record, Years 477-172, 20 years 

Office Phone: (502) 588-6581 

Best Time to Reach: weekday mommgs 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 
Larry Gay (Florida State, 1973), 
Jerry Jones (Valparaiso, 1956), 
Scooter McCray (Louisville, 1988) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht 


Yr 


Pes. 


Hometown 


5 


Mike Case 


6-f 


Jr. 


F 


Pendleton, IN 


10 


Keith LeGree 


6-; 


Fr. 


G 


Statesboro, GA 


n 


James Brewer 


6-: 


Jr. 


G 


Bardstown, KY 


13 


Derwin Webb 


6-^ 


Jr. 


G-F 


todianapobs, IN 


20 


Kip Stone 


6-' 


So. 


G 


Jacksonville, FL 


21 


Greg Minor 


6-' 


So. 


F 


Sandersville, GA 


24 


Troy Smith 


6-E 


Jr. 


F 


Alexandria, VA 


30 


Cornelius Holden 


6-' 


Sr. 


F-C 


Los Angeles, CA 


33 


Jason McLendon 


6-f 


Sr. 


F 


Naples, FL 


34 


Everick Sullivan 


6-E 


Sr. 


G-F 


SimpsonviUe, SC 


43 


Brian Hopgood 


6-1 


So. 


C 


Spencer, OK 


44 


Tremame Wingfield 


6-' 


So. 


F 


Clute, TX 


50 


Dwayne Morton 


6-f 


So. 


F-G 


Louisville, KY 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N23 


Howard 




J25 


Georgia Tech 


D5 


at Notre Dame 




J28 


at Virginia Tech 


DIO 


Maryland 




J30 


at UNC-Charlotte 


D14 


George Mason 




F2 


UCLA 




D19 


Morehead St. 




F6 


UNC-Charlotte 


D21 


at Louisiana St. 




F8 


at Xavier (Ohio) 


D28 


at Kentucky 




F13 


at South Florida 


J2 


Houston 




F16 


at DePaul 




J4 


Tulane 




FIB 


VCU 




J9 


atVCU 




F22 


at Arizona State 


Jll 


at Kansas 




F27 


at Tulane 




J16 


South Florida 




F29 


at Southern Miss. 


J18 


Wyoming 




M7 


Virginia Tech. 


J23 


Southern Miss. 











1990-91 Overall Record: 14-16 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 4-10 (8th) 
Letterwiimers Returning (Lost): 9(1) 
Starters Returning: 4 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



71 



MARYLAND 
EASTERN- 
SHORE 




Raymond Moreland 



Nov. 26, 1991; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Princess Anne, MD 

Founded: 1919 

Enrollment: 2,600 

President: Dr. William P. Hytche 

Athletics Director: Dr Hallie E. Gregory 

Nickname: Hawks 

Colors: Maroon & Gray 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 

Arena: Tawes Gymnasium 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 10-0 

SID INFORMATION 

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

Director: Shelia Benton 

Home Phone: (301)860-8961 

Mailing Address: UMES IntercoUegiate AtMetics 

Department of Physical Education 
Princess Anne, MD 21853-1299 

Fax Phone: (301) 651-2200, ext, 591 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Robert Hopkins 

Alma Mater, Year: Gramblmg State, 1956 

Career Record: 233-105 

Office Phone: (301) 651-2200, ext. 672 

Best Time to Reach: Afternoon till 4 p.m. 

Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Bobby Wiikerson (Indiana) 



1991-92 ROSTER 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr 


Pos 


Hometown 


11 


Roderick Caine 


6-1 


Jr 




G 


Denver, CO 


12 


Lonnel Gorden 


6-9 


So 




G 


Denver, CO 


14 


Mike Arnold 


5-11 


Fr 




G 


Largo, MD 


23 


Raymond Moreland 


6-3 


Fr 




F 


Lathrup Village, MI 


24 


Simon Edwards 


6-2 


Si 




G 


Baltimore, MD 


30 


Marlin Kimbiew 


6-4 


Ji 




G 


McKeesport. PA 


32 


Cedric Jenkins 


6-7 


Ji 




F 


Washington, DC. 


33 


Vincent Huger 


6-3 


Si 




F-C 


Seattle, WA 


34 


Lachland Richards 


6-9 


Ji 




C 


Ervington, NJ 


35 


Robert Hopkins 


6-2 


Ji 




G 


Mercer Island, WA 


44 


Michael Harris 


6-7 


Ji 




F 


Philadelphia, PA 


46 


Gregory Hudgms 


6-6 


Fr 




F 


Woodbine. NJ 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 












m 


Burundi National Team 




J20 




No. Carolina A&T 


N23 


at Iowa 






J23 




at Howard 


N24 


at Iowa State 






J26 




Morgan State 


N26 


at Maryland 






J28 




Lincoln 


N30 at Liberty 

D2 at James Madison 

Dll Salisbury State 

D14 Liberty 

D21 at Georgetown 

D27-28 Mt. St. Mary's Tournament 




Fl 

F3 

F8 

F12 

F15 




So. Carolina State 

No. Carolina A&T 

Delaware State 

Howard 

at Florida A&M 


J4 


Florida A&M 






F17 




at Bethune-Cookman 


J6 


Bethune-Cookman 






F22 




Coppin State 


J13 


at Coppin State 






F25 




at Delaware State 


J18 


at So. Carolina State 






F29 




at Morgan State 



1990-91 Overall Record: 5-22 
1990-91 Conference Record: 3-13 
Letterwinners Returning: 5 
Starters Returning: 5 



MOUNT 
ST. MARY'S 





Jeff Hall 



Nov. 23, 1991; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UMVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Emmitsburg, MD 

Founded: 1808 

Enrollment: 1800 

President: Dr. Robert J. Wickenheiser 

Athletics Director: J. Thomas Bahstrere 

Nickname: Mountaineers, The Mount 

Colors: Blue & White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Northeast 

Arena (Capacity): Knott Arena (3,500) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Number: (301)447-5384 

Director: Dave Reader 

Home Numbers: (717)765-8186 

Assistant: Jennifer Pelland 

Mailing Address: US Route 15, 

Emmitsburg, MD 21727 
Press Row Phone: (301) 447-3286/3287 
Fax Number: (301)447-5300 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: JunPhelan 

Alma Mater, Year: LaSalle, 1951 

Record at School, Years: 687-328, 37 years 

Career Record, Years: 687-328, 37 years 

Office Phone: (301)447-5387 

Best Time To Reach: 9 a.m. to Noon 

Assistant Coaches: 

Bob Flynn (Mt. St. Mary's, 1979), 

Don Anderson (Frankhn & Marshall, 1982) 



1991-92 ROSTER 

No. Name Ht. 

6 Dave Kapaona 6-3 

1 1 Kevin Booth 6-0 

20 Phil Galvin 6-4 

23 Chad Stall 6-5 

24 Doug John 6-3 
31 Bobby Hill 6-4 

41 Jeff Hall 6-6 

42 Anthony Carr 6-7 
44 Joe Gowei 6-8 

50 Dan Kalinowski 6-11 

51 Michael Watson 6-5 

53 Dave Nanni 6-8 

54 Matthew Meakm 6-9 
56 Chris Cavanagh 7-0 

1991-92 SCHEDULE 

N23 at Maryland 

N25 at Delaware State 

D4 Bucknell 

D6-7 at Baltimore Beltway 

Tournament 

D14 at Dayton 

D18 at James Madison 

D27-28 MSM Holiday Tournament 

J4 at Holy Cross 

J7 at Monmouth 

J9 at Wagner 

Jll Long Island 

J13 St, Francis, NY 



Yr. 

So. 
Jr. 
So. 
So, 
So, 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Fr, 
Sr, 
Fi. 
Ji. 
Fr. 
Si. 



Pos. 

G 
G 
G 
F 
G 
F 
F 
F 

F-C 
C 
F 
C 
C 
C 



Hometown 

Reading. PA 
West Chester, PA 
Antioch, CA 
Frederick, MD 
Kensington, MD 
Largo, MD 
Washington, DC 
Washington, DC 
Lehigton, PA 
Bowie, MD 
Philadelphia, PA 
Philadelphia, PA 
Nottingham, Eng 
Piscataway, NJ 



J16 

J18 

J21 

J23 

J27 

J30 

Fl 

F6 

F8 

F13 

F16 

F20 

F22 



at Fairleigh Dickinson 

at Marist 

St. Francis, PA 

Robert Moms 

at Towson State 

at St. Francis, NY 

at Long Island 

Wagner 

Monmouth 

Marist 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

at Robert Moms 

at St. Francis, PA 



1990-91 Overall Record: 8-19 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 6-10 (6th) 
Letterwitmers Returning (Lost): 10 (4) 
Starters Returning: 3 



72 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



NORTH 
CAROLINA 




Hubert Davis 



Jan. 13, 1992; 7:30 p.m. 
Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC 

March 1, 1992; 1 p.m. 

Cole Field House 

ESPN - Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill, NC 

Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 23,852 

Chancellor: Paul Hardin 

Athletics Director: John Swofford 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Colors: Carolina Blue & White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Smith Center (21,572) 

Series Record: North Carolina leads, 88-42 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (919)962-2123 

Director: Rick Brewer 

Home Phone: (919)929-2721 

Assistant: Dave Lohse 

Home Phone: (919)967-7272 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2126, 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Fax Phone: (919)962-1260 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Dean Smith 

Alma Mater, Years: Kansas, 1953 

Record at School, Years: 717-209, 30 years 

Career Record, Years 717-209, 30 years 

Office Phone: (919)962-1154 

Best Time to Reach: 1 1 am, to Noon, M-F 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 
Bill Guthridge (Kansas State. 1960), 
Phil Ford (North Carolina, 1978). 
Dave Hanners (North Carolina, 1976), 
Randy Weil (North Carolina 1979) 



1991-92 ROSTER 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pes. 


Hometown 


00 


Eric Montross 


7-0 


So, 


C 


Indianapolis, IN 


3 


Pat Sullivan 


6 


8 


So, 


F 


Bogota, NJ 


6 


Heniik Rodl 


6 


7 


Jr, 


G-F 


Heusenstamm, Germ 


11 


Scott Cherry 


6 


4 


Jr, 


G 


Ballston Spa, NY 


14 


Derrick Phelps 


6 


3 


So 


G 


Pleasantville, NY 


21 


Donald Williams 


6 


3 


Fr, 


G 


Garner, NC 


31 


Brian Reese 


6 


5 


So, 


G 


Bronx, NY 


33 


Kevin Salvadori 


7 





So, 


C 


Pittsburgh, PA 


34 


George Lynch 


6 


7 


Jr 


F 


Roanoke, VA 


40 


Hubert Davis 


6 


4 


Sr 


G 


Burke, VA 


55 


Matt Wenstrom 


7-1 


Jr, 


C 


Houston, TX 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N24 


The Citadel 






J19 


Villanova 


N27 


at Houston 






J22 


at N.C, State 


N30 


Towson State 






J25 


Virginia 


Dl 


Cornell 






F2 


at Georgia Tech 


D4 


Seton Hall (ACC/B 


ig East 




F5 


Duke 


D7 


Central Florida 






F8 


Wake Forest 


D15 


Florida State 






F15 


at Clemson 


D17 


at Jacksonville 






F19 


at Virginia 


J2 


Purdue 






F22 


NC. State 


J4 


Colorado 






F27 


at Florida State 


J9 


Clemson 






Ml 


at Maryland 


Jll 


Notre Dame (in New York 




M4 


Georgia Tech 


J13 


Maryland 






MB 


at Duke 


J16 


at Wake Forest 













1990-91 Overall Record: 29-6 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 10-4 (2nd) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 10 (5) 
Starters Returning: 2 



UNC- 
GREENSBORO 




Mike Dement 



f1 




^^1} 


Jf 








f 


""^ \ J* 




y^ ! 




hi 


■a i 



Yasuf Stewart 



Feb. 25, 1992; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Greensboro, NC 

Founded: 1891 

Enrollment: 12,000 

Chancellor: Dr, William E. Moran 

Athletics Director: Nelson E, Bobb 

Nickname: Spartans 

Colors: Gold, White, Navy 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Independent 

Arena (Capacity): HEP Spectator Gym (2,320) 

Series Record: First Meeting 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone; (919)334-5615 

Director: TyBuckner 

Home Phone: (919)855-6956 

Assistant: Stacey Bartunoccia 

Mailing Address; Department of Athletics, 
UNC Greensboro, 
Greensboro, NC 27412 

Fax Phone: (919)334-3182 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach; Mike Dement 
Alma Mater, Year: East Carolina, 1976 
Record at School, Years: First Year 
Career Record, Years 67-67, 5 years 
Office Phone: (919)334-3003 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years); 

Randy Peele (Virginia Wesleyan. 1980). 

Tyrone Beaman (Tennessee, 1984) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos 


Hometown 


10 


Keyford Langley 


5-11 


Sr, 


G 


Greenville. NC 


14 


Chuck Fortney 


6-2 


So, 


G 


Steelton, PA 


20 


Brian Frazier 


6-4 


Fr, 


G 


Roanoke Rapids, NC 


22 


Steve Johnson 


6-0 


So, 


G 


Youngsville, NC 


26 


Chad Harris 


6-6 


Jr, 


F 


Chapel Hill, NC 


30 


Yusel Stewart 


6-4 


Jr, 


G 


Albany, NY 


32 


Tony Smith 


6-5 


Sr 


F-G 


Nashville, NC 


34 


Pat Faber 


6-6 


Sr 


C 


Ft. Lauderdale. FL 


44 


Gary Cox 


6-7 


Jr, 


F 


Goldsboro. NC 


45 


Jason Hall 


6-10 


Sr, 


C 


Wallace, NC 


50 


Kyle Hupfer 


6-6 


Fr, 


F 


Pendleton, IN 


52 


Marty Kornegay 


6-6 


Jr, 


C 


Kinston, NC 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N23 


at Wake Forest 




J8 




at Western Carolma 


N25 


UNC Wilmin0on 




Jll 




Siena 


N27 


Morehead State 




J14 




Liberty 


N30 


at Vermont 




J20 




Charleston Southern 


D2 


at Fairleigh-Dickinson 


J23 




at Samford 


D4 


at William & Mary 




J30 




North CaroUnaA&T 


D8 


Central Florida 




Fl 




Liberty 


DIO 


CampbeU 




F5 




at Morehead State 


Die 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 


F8 




at Campbell 


D20 


at Sacramento State 


F12 




Eastern Kentucky 


D23 


at St, Mary's (CA) 




F17 




The Citadel 


D30 


Western Carolma 




F26 




at Maryland 


J4 


at Central Florida 




F29 




at Charleston Southern 


J6 


at Tennessee-Chattanooga 


M3 




at U.S. Naval Academy 



1990-91 Overall Record; 9-17 in Division II 
Letterwiimers Returning (Lost); 7 (2) 
Starters Returning: 4 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



73 



NORTH 

CAROLINA 

STATE 




Kevin Thompson 



Jan. 11, 1992; 7:30 p.m. 
Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, NC 

Feb. 13, 1992; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Raleigh, NC 

Founded: 1887 

Enrollment: 26,683 

Chancellor: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 

Athletics Director: Todd Turner 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Colors: Red & White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): William Neal Reynolds (12,400) 

Series Record: N C. State leads, 64-42 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (919)515-2102 
Director: Mark Bockelman 
Home Phone: (919)467-7138 
Assistant: Carter Cheves 
Home Phone: (919)460-4669 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8501, 

Raliegh, NC 27695-8501 
Press Row Phone: (919) 515-3393 
Fax Phone: (919)515-2898 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Les Robinson 
Alma Mater, Year: NC. State, 1965 
Record at School, Years: 20-11, 1 year 
Career Record, Years 233-243, 17 years 
Office Phone: (919)515-2104 
Best Time to Reach: 11 30 am, to 1 pm 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater. Years): 

Buzz Peterson (UNC, 1985), 

Al Daniel (Furman, 1979), 

Ed Conroy (The Citadel, 1989) 



1991-92 ROSTER 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr 




=os 


Hometown 


3 


Lakista McCullers 


6-3 


Fr 




G 


Andersonville, GA 


11 


Curtis Marshall 


6-11 


Fr 




G 


Omaha, NE 


12 


Adam Fletcher 


6-1 


So 




G 


Raleigh, NC 


22 


Migjen Bakalli 


6-6 


So 




G 


Blemont. NC 


23 


Jamie Knox 


6-7 


Jr 




F 


Vicksburg, MS 


24 


Tom Gugliotta 


6-9 


Sr 




F 


Huntington Sta, NY 


25 


Mark Davis 


6-5 


Fr 




F 


Utica, MS 


32 


Victor Newman 


6-7 


Fr 




F 


Dothan, AL 


33 


Anthony Robinson 


6-9 


So 




F 


Havelock, NC 


34 


Bryant Feggins 


6-6 


Jr 




F 


Winston Salem, NC 


42 


Kevin Thompson 


6-10 


Jr 




C 


Winston Salem, NC 


45 


Mark Lewis 


6-8 


So 




F 


Greensboro, NC 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 












N22 


Florida Internationa 






J25 




at Florida State 


N30 


Western Carolina 






J27 




Tennessee 


D2 


Pittsburgh (ACC/Big East) 




J29 




at Wake Forest 


D6-7 at Tournament of Champions 

D18 Princeton 

D21 lona 

D29-30 at Chaminade Tournament 

J4 Davidson 

J8 Georgia Tech 

Jll Maryland 


Fl 

F4 

F6 

FIO 

F13 

F16 

F22 

F26 




Virginia 

at Marquette 

East Tennessee State 

Florida State 

at Maryland 

Duke 

at North Carolina 

Clemson 


J15 


at Duke 






F29 




at Georgia Tech 


J18 


at Clemson 






M3 




at Virginia 


J22 


North Carolina 






M7 




Wake Forest 



1990-91 Overall Record: 20-11 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 8-6 (T3rd) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8(3) 
Starters Returning: 3 



PROVIDENCE 



PROVIDENCE 



HSf 




Marques Bragg 



ACC/Big East Challenge 

Dec. 4, 1991; 7 p.m. 

The Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. 

ESPN 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Providence, Rl 

Founded: 1917 

Enrollment: 3,800 

President: Rev, John F, Cunningham, OP, 

Athletics Director: John Marinatto 

Nickname: Friars 

Colors: Black and White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Big East 

Arena (Capacity): Providence Civic Center (13,410) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (401)865-2272 

Director: Gregg Burke 

Home Phone: (401)353-1702 

Assistant: Tim Connor 

Home Phone: (401)351-4887 

Mailing Address: Providence CoDege, 

River and Eaton Streets, 
Providence, Rl 02918 

Press Row Phone: (401)751-9737 

Fax Phone: (401)865-2583 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: Rick Barnes 

Alma Mater, Year: Lenou-Rhyne, 1977 

Record at School, Years: 54-36, 3 years 

Career Record, Years 75-45. 4 years 

Office Phone: (401)865-2266 

Best Time to Reach: Through SID Office 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Mark Anderson (Missouri, 1976), 

Fran FraschiHa (Brooklyn, 1979), 

Larry Shyatt (Col, of Wooster, 1973). 

Danny Gavitt (Dartmouth. 1988) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pes. 


Hometown 


10 Matt Alosa 


6-2 


Fr, 


G 


Pembroke, NH 


11 Corey Floyd 


6-3 


Sr, 


G 


Linden, NJ 


12 Michael Shannon 


6-9 


Jr 


G 


W, Orange, NJ 


13 Ira Bowman 


6-4 


Fr 


G 


W, Orange, NJ 


20 Trent Forbes 


6-1 


Jr, 


G 


Roxbury, MA 


21 Tom Hall 


6-8 


So, 


F 


Massapequa, NY 


22 Robert Phelps 


6-5 


So, 


F-G 


Brooklyn, NY 


23 Franklin Western 


6-7 


So, 


F 


Bronx, NY 


24 Marques Bragg 


6-8 


Sr, 


F 


E, Orange, NJ 


25 Fred Campbell 


6-7 


Sr, 


F 


Salisbury, NC 


31 Duffy McNulty 


6-2 


So, 


G 


Concord, MA 


32 Tony Turner 


6-8 


Jr, 


F 


College Park, GA 


33 Troy Brown 


6-8 


So, 


F 


Lynn, MA 


34 Michael Smith 


6-8 


So, 


F 


Washington, D,C 


35 Ken McDonald 


6-4 


Sr, 


F 


Providence, Rl 


42 Dickey Simpkins 


6-9 


So, 


F-C 


Washington, D,C 


55 Marvin Saddler 


6-7 


Sr, 


F-C 


Bridgeport, CT 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N22 New Hampshire 






J18 


at St, John's 


N25-27 at Maui Invitational 






J22 


Connecticut 


Dl Biovra 






J25 


Villanova 


D4 Maryland (ACC/Big East) 




J28 


Syracuse 


D7 Holy Cross 






Fl 


Pittsburgh 


DIG Rhode Island 






F4 


Seton Hall 


D21 Vermont 






F8 


at Georgetown 


D23 Dartmouth 






F12 


at Miami (Fla,) 


D28 Alabama State 






F15 


at Seton Hall 


D30 Central Connecticut State 




F18 


Boston College 


J4 at Syracuse 






F22 


at Connecticut 


J6 Georgetown 






F24 


St. John's 


Jll at Pittsburgh 






M3 


at Villanova 


J14 at Boston College 






M7 


Miami (Fla.) 



1990-91 Overall Record: 1913 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 7-9 (T7th) 
Letterwiimers Returning (Lost): 10 (2) 
Starters Returning: 4 



74 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



RIDER COLLEGE 




Darrick Suber 



Dec. 23, 1991; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNJVEKSJTy \NFomik-noii 

Location: Lawrenceville, NJ 

Founded: 1865 

Enrollment: 5,500 

President: J Barton Luedeke, Ph.D 

Athletics Director: Curtis Blake 

Nickname: Broncs, Roughriders 

Colors: Cranberry, White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: East Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Alumni Gymnasium (2,200) 

Series Record: First Meeting 

SVDlWOmiATlOli 
Office Phone: (609)896-5138 
Director: BudFocht 
Home Phone: (215)946-9203 
Mailing Address: SID Office, 

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648-3099 
Press Row Phone: (609) 896-5054 
Fax Phone: (609)895-1678 

BAS/ffirBALI INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Kevin Bannon 
Alma Mater, Year: St. Peter's, 1979 
Record at School, Years: 24-34, 2 years 
Career Record, Years 169-81, 9 years 
Office Phone: (609) 896-5076 
Best Time to Reach: 9 to 1 1 am. 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Don Hamum (Susquehanna, 1986), 

Neil Rosa (Bentley, 1976), 

Ed Gittens (Trenton State, 1985) 



1991-92 ROSTER 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr 




Pes 


Hometown 


3 


PJ Watkins 


6-1 


Fr 




G 


Elizabeth, NJ 


4 


Danick Suber 


6-2 


Jr 




G 


Pittsburgh, PA 


10 


Eric Lopez 


6-2 


So 




G 


Bayamon, P. Rico 


13 


Mark Wilcox 


6-0 


So 




G 


Milltown, NJ 


14 


Navarrow Wright 


6-0 


Jr 




G 


Trenton,NJ 


20 


Keith Grim 


6-6 


Sr 




F 


Boyertown, PA 


23 


Tim Pennuf 


6-6 


So 




F 


Lynchburg, VA 


24 


Chris Mikola 


6-5 


Fr 




F 


Warren, OH 


30 


William Kmsel 


6-6 


Jr 




F 


Pittsburgh, PA 


32 


Jabaar Jones 


6-7 


Fr 




F 


Plainfield, NJ 


33 


Jay Bizyak 


6-5 


Fr 




F 


Tarentum, PA 


34 


Jerome Culmer 


6-7 


Sr 




F 


Elkins Park, PA 


40 


Dan CoLins 


6-11 


Fr 




C 


Middletown, NY 


44 


Peter Wasko 


6-10 


Fr 




C 


Whitewall, PA 


62 


Al Flowers 


6-5 


Fr 




F 


Newport News, VA 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 












N23 


Wagner 






J20 




Brooklyn 


N25 


at Wichita State 






J22 




at Brown 


N29-30 at Hawau-HUo Tournament 




J29 




at Hofstra 


D5 


at Wagner 






Fl 




Buffalo 


07 


Lafayette 






F3 




at Fairleigh Dickmson 


D18 


Long Island 






F5 




at Mame 


D23 


at Maryland 






F8 




UMBC 


J2 


at Niagara 






Fll 




Towson State 


J4 


at Buffalo 






F15 




Hofstra 


J8 


Maine 






F17 




at Brooklyn 


Jll 


Central Connecticu 






F20 




Monmouth 


J15 


at Columbia 






F26 




at Central Connecticut 


J18 


at UMBO 






F29 




at Towson State 



1990-91 Overall Record: 14-16 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 4-1 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8(4) 
Starters Returning: 4 



(6th) 



RUTGERS 



mjL 



[Me^ 




Mike Jones 



Fiesta Bowl Classic 


Opening Round 


Dec. 28, 1991; 7 p.m. EST 


McKale Center, Tucson, AZ 



UNIVERSITY INFORMA TION 

Location: New Brunswick, NJ 08903 

Founded: 1766 

Enrollment: 22,000 

President: Dr Francis L, Lawrence 

Athletics Director: Frederick E, Gruninger 

Nickname: Scarlet Knights 

Colors: Scarlet 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Arena (Capacity): Louis Brown Athletic Center (9,000) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

SID INFORMATION 

Office Phone: (908) 932-4200 

Director: Bob Smith 

Home Phone: (908)544-4126 

Assistant: PeteKowalski 

Home Phone; (908)745-4941 

Mailing Address: Louis Brown Athletic Center, 

PC Box 1149, Piscataway, NJ 08855-1149 
Press Row Phone: (908) 932-4200 
Fax Phone: (908)932-3063 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: BobWenzel 

Alma Mater, Year: Rutgers, 1971 

Record at School, Years: 55-40, 3 years 

Career Record, Years 143-126, 9 years 

Office Phone: (908)932-4291 

Best Time to Reach: 10 am to Noon, weekdays 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Eddie Jordan (Rutgers. 1980), 

Jeff Mitchell (St John's, 1983), 

Jerry Dallessio (Notre Dame, 1974), 

Rick Dadika (Rutgers, 1989) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr 


Pos. 


Hometown 


4 


Creighton Orury 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


River Edge, NJ 


10 


Mark Redden 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Dorchester, MA 


11 


Damon Santiago 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Bronx, NY 


21 


Steve Worthy 


6-6 


Jr. 


F-G 


Trenton, NJ 


22 


Robin James 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Oradell, NJ 


23 


Donnell Lumpkm 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


S Bninswick, NJ 


24 


Mike Jones 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


Momsville. PA 


26 


Andre Lamoureux 


6-9 


Sr. 


C 


Los Alaimtos, CA 


30 


Glenn Stokes 


6-8 


So 


F 


Wyckoff, NJ 


31 


Jamal Phillips 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Brooklyn, NY 


32 


Daryl Smith 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Washington, DC 


33 


Charles Weiler 


6-9 


So 


C 


Haddonfield, NJ 


35 


Alvin Rich 


6-4 


Jr. 


F 


Springfield Gardens, NY 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N30 


Wagner 






J26 


at Rhode Island 


D3 


at Princeton 






J30 


at Massachusetts 


D7 


Nevada Las- Vegas 






F2 


West Vuginia 


Dll 


Seton Hall 






F6 


at Temple 


021 


Long Island 






F8 


George Washington 


028-30 at Fiesta Bowl Classic 




F12 


at West Vugmia 


J2 


Duquesne 






F15 


St. Peter's 


J4 


Delaware 






FIB 


Massachusetts 


J7 


Temple 






F22 


Duquesne 


JIO 


Drexel 






F24 


Rhode Island 


J13 


at Utah State 






F29 


at St. Bonaventure 


J16 


St, Bonaventure 






M4 


St. Joseph's 


J18 


at George Washington 




M7-12 


atA-lOToumamem 


J21 


St Joseph's 











1990-91 Overall Record: 19-10 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 14-4 (1st) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 8 (4) 
Starters Returning: 2 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



76 



TOWSON STATE 




Chuck Lightening 



Dec. 21, 1991; 1 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location; Towson, Maryland 

Founded: 1866 

Enrollment: 14,342 

President: Dr. Hoke L- Smith 

Athletics Director: Bill Hunter 

Nickname: Tigers 

Colors: Gold, Black, and White 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: East Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Towson Center (5,000) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 6-0 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (301)830-2232 
Director: Peter Schiehr 
Home Phone: (301)838-9221 
Assistant: Dan O'Connell 
Home Phone: (301)836-8349 
Mailing Address: SID Office, 

Towson, MD 21204-7097 
Press Row Phone: (301) 830-3286 
Fax Phone: (301)830-3861 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Terry Truax 
Alma Mater: Maryland, 1968 
Record at School, Years: 109-126, 8 years 
Career Record, Years 109-126, 8 years 
Office Phone: (301)830-3173 
Best Time to Reach: 11 am to Noon 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 
Jim Mail (Lehigh, 1982), 
Michael Hunt (Furman, 1984), 
Steve Baker (Towson State, 1988) 



J991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


5 


Myron Ray 


6-3 


Sr, 


G 


Wheeling, WV 


10 


Devin Boyd 


6-2 


Si, 


G 


Baltimore, MD 


15 


Terrance Alexander 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Baltimore. MD 


21 


Teriance Jacobs 


6-3 


Sr, 


F-G 


Baltimore, MD 


24 


Tom Caldwell 


6-3 


So, 


C-F 


Trenton. NJ 


25 


Andrew Mason 


6-4 


So, 


F 


Oxon Hill, MD 


30 


Craig Valentine 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Columbia, MD 


31 


Matt Campbell 


6-6 


So, 


F 


Annapolis, MD 


33 


William Griffin 


6-6 


Jr. 


C-F 


Pittsburgh, PA 


34 


Chuck Lightening 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Silver Sprmg, MD 


36 


Patrick Manning 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Armapohs, MD 


42 


John James 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Wilmington, DE 


44 


Larry Brown 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Ambler, PA 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N26 


at Colorado 




J20 


at Bucknell 


N30 


at North Carolina 




J25 


at Central Connecticut 


D3 


Lehigh 




J27 


Mt. St. Mary's 


D6-7 


at Beltway Classic 




Fl 


Brooklyn College 


D14 


Washington College 




F3 


at Loyola 


D21 


at Maryland 




F6 


Hofstra 




D28 


atSMU 




F8 


Central Connecticut 


D30 


at Howard 




Fll 


at Rider 


J4 


at Youngstown State 




F15 


UMBC 




J6 


at Tennessee 




F17 


University of Buffalo 


J8 


at George Mason 




F20 


at Brooklyn College 


Jll 


at Delaware 




F22 


at Hofstra 


J18 


at University of Buffalo 


F29 


Rider 





1990-91 Overall Record: 19-11 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 10-2 (1st) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 12(1) 
Starters Returning: 5 



VIRGINIA 




Bryant Stith 



Jan. 29, 1992; 7:30 p.m. 
University Hall, Charlottesville, VA 

March 7, 1992; 4 p.m. 
Cole Field House 
Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 
Location: Charlottesville, VA 
Founded: 1819 
Enrollment: 18,137 
President: John Casten 111 
Athletics Director: Jim Copeland 
Nicknames: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
Colors: Orange & Blue 
Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Arena (Capacity): Umversity Hall (8,864) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 84-50 
SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (804)982-5500 
Director: Rich Murray 
Home Phone: (804)978-2966 
Assistant: Anglea Manolakos 
Home Phone: (804)296-7751 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3785, 

Charlottesville, VA 22903 
Press Row Phone; (804)296-5910 
Fax Phone: (804)982-5525 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: Jeff Jones 
Alma Mater, Year: Virgmia, 1982 
Record at School, Years: 2112, 1 year 
Career Record, Years 21-12, 1 year 
Office Phone: (804)982-5400 
Best Time to Reach: Through SID Office 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 
Brian Ellerbe (Rutgers, 1985), 
Dennis Wolff (Connecticut, 1978), 
Tom Perrm (Vermont. 1979), 
Greg Domecq (New Orleans, 1979) 



■5S'Ki3Si'«.-:;'S*5'i£S; 



1991-92 ROSTER 



No. 

4 

5 
10 
11 
12 
15 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
30 
31 
33 
42 
44 
62 



Name 

Terry Kirby 
Junior Burrough 
Anthony Oliver 
Doug Smith 
Cory Alexander 
Chris Havlicsk 
Bryant Stith 
Derrick Johnson 
Jason Williford 
Blair Ford 
Yuri Barnes 
Chris Alexander 
Bobby Graves 
Cornel Parker 
Ted Jeffries 
Corey Stewart 
Shawn Wilson 



Ht. 

6-3 
6-8 
6-4 
6-1 
6-1 
6-5 
6-6 
6-1 
6-6 
6-2 
6-8 
6-10 
6-4 
6-7 
6-9 
6-7 
6-11 



Yr. 

Jr. 
Fr, 
Sr, 
Jr. 
Fr 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 
So. 



Pos. 

G 

F 

G 

G 

G 

G 
F-G 

G 
F-G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

G-F 
F-C 

F 
F-C 



Hometown 

Tabb, VA 
Charlotte, NC 
Faison, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Waynesboro, VA 
Weston, MA 
Freeman, VA 
Plainfield, NJ 
Richmond, VA 
Atlanta, GA 
Richmond, VA 
Long Branch, NJ 
Herndon, VA 
Norfolk, VA 
Bowie, MD 
Hampton, VA 
Franklin, TN 



1991-92 SCHEDULE 

N26 William & Mary J22 

N29 Penn J25 

Dl at Alabama J29 

D5 Georgetown (ACC/Big East) F] 

D18 at New Orleans F6 

D21 at Stanford F13 

D28-29 Richmond Times-Dispatch F16 

Invitational F19 

J2 Duke F22 

J4 at Florida State F26 

J8 Wake Forest F29 

J14 at Georgia Tech M3 

J18 Notre Dame M7 
J19 Marshall 

1990-91 Overall Record: 21-12 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 6-8 (T5th) 

Letterwiimers Returning (Lost): 11 (5) 
Starters Returning; 3 



at Clemson 

at North CaroUna 

Maryland 

at North Carohna State 

Vuginia Tech (at Roanoke) 

Florida State 

at Wake Forest 

North Carolma 

Georgia Tech 

at Duke 

Clemson 

North Carolma State 

at Maryland 



76 



MAHYLAMD OPPONENTS 



WAKE FOREST 




Anthony Tucker 



Jan. 22, 1992; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 

March 5, 1992; 9 p.m. 

Lawrence Joel Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NO 

Raycom/ Jefferson-Pilot 

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: Winston Salem, NC 

Founded: 1834 

Enrollment: 3,500 

President: Dr Thomas K, Hearn, Jr. 

Athletics Director: Dr. Gene Hooks 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Colors: Old Gold & Black 

Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Arena (Capacity): Lawrence Joel Coliseum (14,407) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 42-40 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (919)759-5640 
Director: John Justus 
Home Phone: (919)722-1094 
Assistant: Dan Zacharias 
Home Phone: (919)768-9465 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426, 

Winston-Salem,NC 27109 
Press Row Phone: (919)727-2945 
Fax Phone: (919)759-5140 
BASKETBALL INFORMATION 
Head Coach: David Odom 
Alma Mater, Year: Guilford, 1965 
Record at School, Years: 31-27, 2 years 
Career Record, Years 69-69, 5 years 
Office Phone: (919)759-5622 
Best Time to Reach: 9 to 1 1 a.m. M-Th 
Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Jerry Wainwright (Colorado College, 1968), 

Ricky Stokes (Virginia, 1984), 

Larry Davis (Asbury College, 1978) 



W9I-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pes 


Hometown 


3 


David Hedgecoe 


5-11 


Ji 


G 


Fayetteville, NC 


4 


Derrick McQueen 


6-11 


Sr, 


G 


Darimgton, SC 


22 


Randolph Childress 


6-2 


So, 


G 


Chnton, MD 


23 


Robert Doggett 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Reidsville, NC 


25 


Marc Blucas 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Girard. PA 


31 


Anthony Tucker 


6-8 


Sr, 


F 


Washington, DC 


34 


Travis Banks 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Clinton, NC 


35 


David Rasmussen 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


East Lansing, MI 


40 


Trelonnie Owens 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Bladenboro, NC 


41 


Cordell Llewellyn 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Toronto, Canada 


44 


Chris King 


6-8 


Sr. 


F 


Newton Grove. NC 


45 


Phil Medlin 


6-9 


Sr 


F 


Greenville, NC 


51 


Stan King 


7-0 


So. 


C 


Jamaica, NY 


52 


Derrick Hicks 


6-9 


Jr. 


F-C 


Raleigh, NC 


54 


Rodney Rogers 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Durham, NC 


55 


Mark Forester 


6-6 


Jr 


F 


Concord, NC 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N23 


UNO Greensboro 




J25 




at Duke 


N25 


The Citadel 




J29 




N.C. State 


N30 


Fairfield 




Fl 




at Florida State 


D2 


at Connecticut (ACC/Big East) F3 




Tulane 


D7 


at Fairleigh Dickinson 


F8 




at North Carolina 


D18 


VMI 




F12 




Clemson 


D21 


at Richmond 




F15 




Virginia 


J4 


at Clemson 




F19 




Davidson 


J6 


Samford 




F23 




Duke 


J8 


at Virginia 




F27 




at Georgia Tech 


ill 


Florida State 




Ml 




Temple 


J16 


North Carolina 




M5 




Maryland 


J18 


Georgia Tech 




M7 




at N.C. State 


J22 


at Maryland 











1990-91 Overall Record: 19-11 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 8-6 (3rd) 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 12 (4) 
Starters Returning: 4 



WEST VIRGINIA 



^ 




Chris Leonard 



Dec. 7, 1991; 1p.m. 
Cole Field House 



UNIVERSITY INFORMA TION 

Location: Morgantown, WV 

Founded: 1867 

Enrollment: 20,000 

President: Neil Bucklew 

Athletics Director: Ed Pastilong 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Colors: Old Gold & Blue 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Arena (Capacity): WVU Coliseum (14,000) 

Series Record: West Virginia leads, 21-13 

SID INFORMATION 
Office Phone: (304) 293-2821 
Director: Shelly Poe 
Home Phone: (304)599-7259 
Assistant: JohnAntonik 
Home Phone: (304) 598-2826 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 877 

Morgantown, WV 26507 
Press Row Phone: (304)293-2821 
Fax Phone: (304)293-4105 

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 

Head Coach: GaleCatlett 

Alma Mater, Year: West Virginia, 1963 

Record at School, Years: 266-133, 13 years 

Career Record, Years 392-177, 19 years 

Office Phone: (304)293-2193 

Best Time to Reach: Early afternoon 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater, Years): 

Gary McPherson (Washington & Lee, 1958), 

Ron Brown (John Jay, 1977), 

Butch Haswell (Fairmont State, 1973) 



1991-92 ROSTER 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos 


Hometown 


3 


Tracy Shelton 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


Oak Hill, WV 


4 


Wilfred Kirkaldy 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Brooklyn, NY 


11 


Chris Leonard 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


Purcelville, VA 


16 


Marsalis Basey 


5-8 


So, 


G 


Martinsburg, WV 


21 


Ricky Robinson 


6-7 


So. 


F 


RoseDe, NJ 


30 


Tim McNeely 


6-3 


Sr, 


G 


Chapmanville, WV 


31 


Mike Boyd 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Orange, NJ 


32 


Lawrence PoUard 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Brooklyn, NY 


33 


Leon Agnew 


6-9 


Fr. 


F 


Greensburg, PA 


40 


Jeremy Bodkin 


6-9 


Jr. 


F-C 


Upper Tract, WV 


41 


Pervues Greene 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Oak HiU, WV 


45 


Phil Wilson 


6-9 


So, 


C 


Bowie, MD 


64 


Nenad Grmusa 


6-4 


So. 


G 


NoviSad, Yugoslavia 


55 


Matt Roadcap 


6-10 


Jr. 


C 


Millersburg, PA 


1991-92 SCHEDULE 










N20 


at Kentucky (NIT) 




J22 


at Marshall 


D2 


Radford 




J25 


George Washington 


D5 


Robert Morris 




J30 


at 


5t. Joseph's 


D7 


at Maryland 




F2 


at 


Rutgers 


Dll 


Buffalo 




F6 


Rhode Island 


D14 


Pittsburgh 




F8 


St. Bonaventure 


D21 


at Virginia Tech 




F12 


Rutgers 


D23 


at Old Dominion 




F15 


at St. Bonaventure 


D27-28 at Cahle Car Classic 


F18 


at Rhode Island 


J4 


Temple 




F23 


at 


jeotge Washmgton 


J8 


at Massachusetts 




F27 


Massachusetts 


Jll 


Duquesne 




F29 


St. 


Joseph's 


J13 


Notre Dame 




M4 


at Duquesne 


J16 


at Temple 




M7-12 


at A-10 Tournament 



1990-91 Overall Record: 17-14 
1990-91 Conference Record (Finish): 10-f 
Letterwinners Returning (Lost): 1 1 (3) 
Starters Returning: 4 



(3rd) 



MAHYLAND OPPONENTS 



77 



1991-92 Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Schedule 

(ALL TIMES EASTERN — SUBJECT TO CHANGE) 



N 

V. 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 




17 


18 


19 


20 

Jamas Madoo" al GEORGIA TECH (TV 7 00) 


21 


22 

FtaKia 1t1te.n3lo.u1 al N.C STATE (7 30) 


23 

USSR at DUKE (TV J 001 

UNC -GtwinsOCKO al WAKE FOREST (7 30l 

Mount Si Mar,!alMARYLAND(8 001 




24 


25 

Ea3Ca.ol.naa1DUKE('30| 
WJham i Ma/y at VIRGINIA (7 30) 
Ttke cmwi at WAKE FOREST 30) 


26 

JacUonoiie al FLORIDA STATE (7 001 
UD/Easlnn Snore al MARYLAND (6 00) 


27 

NORTH CAROLINA a) Hoi,aor (B 30) 


28 


29 

Penns/vaoQ at VIRGINIA (7 30) 


30 

Ame-cmal MARYLAND (! 00) 
fawor- Sale al NORTH CAROUNA i; 001 
Morehead SBip al CLEMSON (7 00) 
Vteleri Carijiina ai H.C STATE (7 30) 

Ma'«irfj,]i OUKE 17 30) 
Fsirteu j! WAKE FOREST (7 30) 




D 

E 
C 

E 
M 
B 
E 
R 


I 

Co-nea al NORTH OmOUNA (? 001 
VIFKUMIAilAiaWmaOOOi 


2 


U 


S 


6 


7 

VVeslV>io.r<QarUARyLAND ' .T 

Cliatieslon&cj-- ,■ CLEVSON " .■:. 

UT-Clunarvftjyj ■: GEORGIA TECH . ■ W, 

Cenlral Flor^)J j' NORTH CAROUNA r ■ 30) 

DUKEalCai.i.u^.,--ii:) 

WAKE FOREST 31 Fairle^tiDcK-nson (7 30) 




Ovc Ce>il« Harttoia CT 

WAKE FOHEST^ronnecWul (TV 7 00) 
N,t STATE PllBOurg^|^V-^ OO) 

Oai Boberti al CLEMSON f7 30) 


TncOnn, AHariB GA 

FLiSRIDA STATE S/racjse (TV 7 00) 
GEORGIA TECH V.llancva (TV 9 00) 


Bisnoan Bytra fljena East ftLittierWa NJ 
NORTH CAROLINA-SelCi Hao lTV-9 00| 


VIRGINIA GeofgeKwn fTV-7 00) 
DUKESl JohnsfTV-900) 










e 


9 


10 

MARYLAND at Uus^Uie |B 00) 


11 


12 


13 


14 

DUKEai'-'^-iiOaifTVSJSi 
1*'.ne-.^ Siatp at CLEMSON (7 00) 
i>>g.i Sta:f ai GEORGIA TECH i7 30] 




15 

FLORIDA STAT^ jl NORTH CAflOLINA [2 00] 


16 

FLi'FTut>al CLEMSON (7 301 


17 

NORTH CAROLINA at JacteorWle[7 30| 


ie 

PrLTv^tcr-alN C STATE (TV 7 30; 
GEORGIA TECH Geo-oa (Tfw Oninj-7 30] 
VMI at WAKE FOREST (7 30) 
VIRGINIA al Ne» Oleaos (TV 9 30) 


19 


20 

FLORIDA STATE al Soulh FkxKJa |7 30) 


21 

l<MSon Slale al MARYLAND (1 00) 
WAKE FOREST al Rcnnwoa (2 00) 
VIRGINIA at Slanlci'd IE 00) 
N CSTATEailma(7 00) 
Ker,,^!.^ at GEORGIA TECH |TV 9 30) 




22 


23 

noMti Mwrs at FLORIDA STATE (7 00| 
nOMJI MARYLAND (BOO) 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 

MARYLAND v5 Biilo«SinFtBaftMiaassc 

i:''^-^ a2(S07) 
VIRGINIA vs OW DoiriiiKKi rr Rjchmono TO 

roumanieni (7 00| 
UercetalOEOHGIATECH[7 30) 




29 


30 


31 


1 


2 

JMC Aitxh/J* ai FLORIDA STATE (7 00) 

HchmonO ai GEORGIA TECH (7 30) 

OU«EaiVIRGINIA(730l 

PiuDue at NORTH CAROLINA (TV 9 00) 


3 


4 

■.:■ iJ- >NORTMCAROUNAH001 
WAKE FOREST ,■ CLEMSON i' DO. 
VIRGINIA .■ FLORIDA STAIEr700i 
Hi. :ivv j'N.C-STATEi'30i 




CLEItSON '^ Su" aoM louFnaffleni (im 
VIRGrNI* ^ Hchmono I-D Iburnameol (TBAj 
DiWutQ* ai RjDRID* state (7 001 


MARYLAND .n FcMa Bwi Ctassc (TBA) 

WAaniiMafyaiDUKE(730| 

Si Bo"aventu^e al GEORGIA TECH (7 30t 




J 


5 

yAR»LAND ai GEOHQIA TECH i^ 30) 


6 

SatTitcO al WAKE FOREST (7 301 
FLORIDA STATE at DUKE [7 301 


7 


8 

WAKE FOREST jl VIRGINIA (TV 7 00) 
GEORGIA TECH at N^ STATE (7 30) 
DUKE ai MARYLAND (TV 9 00) 


9 

CLEMSON al NORTH CAROLINA (TV S l»I 


10 


11 

GEORGIA TECH al DUKE (TV 1 30} 

NORTH CAROLINA vs Nol/e Danv al 

Mad.so.1 Square GatOeo [TV 1 30) 
FUJRIDA STATE al WAKE FOREST iTV4 00) 
iJNC *st^.i«ai CLEMSON (7 00) 
MARYLAND J1 NC STATE (7 30) 




A 
N 

u 


12 


13 

MARYLAND dl NORTH CAROUHA (? 30) 

YWIo.0aiCLEMSOH(7 30) 


14 

VIRGINIA 31 GEORGIA TECH (TV 9 00) 


IS 

L'Defty at CLEMSON (7 301 
N£,STATEaiDUKE(TV9O0) 


16 

NORTH CAROUNA al WAKE FOREST 

(TV 7 30) 


17 


IB 

FLORIDA STATE at MARYLAND (TV 1 30) 
GEORGIA TECH at WAKE FOREST (TBA) 
NaireOamojl VIRGINIA (3 001 
N.C STATE ai CLEMSON (TV4 001 
UNC -Ctwtlotle al OUKE flV-S 00) 




A 
R 


19 

■.Id.y-t ^1 VIRGINIA, .■OC. 

v.lJ'c^a 31 NORTH CAROLINA iT,' : «i 


20 

We.c^ at FLORIDA STATE |7 00! 


21 

DUKE at aosSXi U0M!<sitv 1 7 30) 


22 

VIRGINIA ai CLEMSON 1 7 30) 
WAKE FOREST al MARYLAND (S 00) 
NORTH CAROLINA al N-C STATE (TV 9 001 


23 

FLORIDA STATE ai GEORGIA TECH 

(TV 9 00) 


24 


25 

CLEMSON ■■ MARYUND (TV 12 30) 
WAKE FOREST .■ DUKE iTv :00) 
GEORGIA TECM ,__r,-V?lTV200l 
NC STATE .FLORIDA STATE(TV400) 
VIRGINIA i- NORTH CAROUNA (Tv-4 00) 




Y 


26 


27 

FLORIDA STATE al Fw-ma (7 30) 
T^i«.«*3lN.CSTATE(7 301 
CLEMSOMJIOUKE(TV9 00) 


28 

Coneofl 9 Ow)esK^ at GEORGIA TECH 

(7 30) 


29 

H.C, STATE al WAKE FOREST (TV7 00) 
CLEMSON al Western Carolina (7 00) 
MARYLAND at VIRGINIA (7 30) 


30 

DUKE al WAKE FOREST (TV 7 30) 


31 


1 

VIRGINIA rflN.C STATE |TV 1301 

WAKE FOREST al FLORIDA STATE (TV4 001 

tjDl'o Dame ai DUKE (TVJ 00) 

S(..jth i:-a-cJT,a al CLEMSON (7 00) 




F 
E 


2 

NORTH CAROLINA al GEORGIA TECH 

(TV 130) 


3 

TL,iar*ai WAKE FOREST (7 30) 


4 

N£.STATEalMa'guOTB(8 30| 


5 

MARYLAND ai FLORIDA STATE (7 001 
OeOflOIA TECH ai CLEMSON (7 30] 
VIRGINIA^ V"aindIecnaiRoar>ol^(7 30) 
OUKE al NORTH CAROLINA (TV 9 00) 


6 

EasI fennessae Stale al HXL STATE (7 30) 


7 


B 

WAKE FOREST al NORTH CAROUNA 

(TV t: 001 
DUKE ai Lousiafia Slaie (TV 2 00) 
CLEMSON at FLORIDA STATE (Tv 4 00) 




B 
R 


9 

GEORGIA TECH ^l MARYLAND (TV4 00) 


10 

FLORIDA STATE al NC STATE 30i 


11 


12 

CLEMSOH ai WAKE FOREST (7 30) 
OUKE ai GEORGIA TECH (TV 9 00) 


13 

FLDfllOA STATE ai VIRGINIA (TV 7 30| 
N£. STATEal MARYLAND (8 00) 


14 


15 

NORTH CAROLINA a' CLEMSON (TV 1: 3OI 
GEORGIA TECH a: FLORIDA STATE 

VIRGINIA 1- WAKE FOREST. -V iXi 




U 
A 
R 
Y 


16 

DUKE aiN.C STATE (TV 1301 


17 


18 

FLORIDA STATE al CLEMSON (TV ti OO) 


19 

Dav«so" at WAKE FOREST (7 30) 
NORTH CAROUNA at VIRGINIA (TV 9 00) 


20 

MARYLAND al DUKE (TV-a 00) 


21 


22 

GEORGIA TECH al VIRGINUk (TV 12 30) 
N.C STATE ai NORTH CAROUNA |TV 3 00) 
MARYLAND al CLEMSON (7 OOl 




23 

FLflfllOA STATE vs DePauJ al 9 PMefyjurs 

|TV ■ W) 
DUKE ai WAKE FOREST (Tj : OOi 


24 


25 

iJlvC-Greensr>t«oai MAHVLANDta 00) 


26 

CLEMSON ai N C STATE (7 30) 
VIRGINIA at DUKE (TV 9 001 


27 

NORTH CAROUNA al FLORIDA STATE 

(TV 7 30) 
WAKE FOREST al GEOHQIA TECH |TV 9 OOi 


28 


29 

CLEMSON a! VIRGINIA iTv 130) 

H C STATE jr GEORGIA TECH ,T\ j 00) 






1 

NORTH CAROLINA ^r UARVLAND (TV i DO) 

1e<T>pie at WAKE FOREST i! 00) 

DUKE at UCU (TV J 001 


2 


3 

N,C STATE al VIRGINIA (TV 1 00) 


4 

DUKE al CLEMSON (7 JD) 

GEORGIA TECH al NORTH CAROLINA 

(TV9 00) 


5 

MARYLAND al WAKE FOREST (TV 9 00) 


6 


7 

WAKE FOREST ar N.C STATE (TV 1 30) 
VIRGINIA al MARYLAND (TV-l 00) 






8 

NORTH CAROUHA at DUKE (TV i 301 
Cl£l*30N ai GEORGIA TECH (TV A OO) 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 

TOURNAMENT AT CHARl 

(Games at 12 00, 2 00. 7 00. 9 00) 


14 




[Gameai7 00PUi 


(Gam6sal1304 3 30) 




M 
A 
R 


15 

ACC TOURNAMENT 
at CHARLOTTE 


16 


17 


18 


19 

NCAA FIRST ROUND 

SOUTHEAST - Clnclnull, Ohio 
WEST-eol««.l<Uho 


20 

NCAA FIRST ROUND 

EAST • Worc*i1*>, Mau. 
SOUTHEAST 'A1lAnU.Gj 
MIDWEST -Diyton, Ohio 
WEST - T*mp«. AiU. 


21 

NCAA SECOND ROUND 

EAST -Gfwnrtoro, N.C 
SOUTHEAST - anclnnall, Oliki 

WEST - BolM, Idaho 




C 
H 


22 

NCAA SECOND ROUND 

EAST-WoreMWr.MMi 
SOUTHEAST - AlUnli. Oi 
MIDWEST - D«vloi>, Ohio 
WEST - THrnp*. ArtJ_ 


23 


24 


25 


26 

NCAA REGIONAL 
SEMIFINALS 


27 

NCAA REGIONAL 
SEMIFINALS 

SOUTHEAST - L^lnglon, Kf 
MIDWEST -Kifitu City, Ho. 


2B 

NCAA REGIONAL 
FINALS 

WEST-Alb«|u»niu«,N.M. 






29 

NCAA REGIONAL 
FINALS 

SOUTHEAST -U.lngton.Ky 
MIDWEST -KaruuCttY. Ho 


30 


31 


1 


2 


3 


4 

NCAA FINAL FOUR 
SEMIFINALS 




A 
P 
R. 


5 


6 

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 





m 



i""^ 



K-::x:?WM 




vasfins ']&■'• 2 



TERPS FINAL SEASON STATS: 16-12, 5-9 ACC 




Basketball Statistics - University of Maryland 1990-91 
(Includes 28 Games) 







/-TOTAL 


-/ 


/- 3PT 


-/ 










OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


G/GS 


FG/FGA 


FG% 


FG/FGA 


FG% 


FT/FTA 


FT% 


PTS 


AVG 


RIB 


REB 


REB 


AVG 


PF/D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


mn 


Walt Williams 


17/14 


109/243 


.449 


28/95 


.295 


72/86 


.837 


318 


18.7 


23 


63 


86 


5.1 


51/2 


91 


70 


6 


25 


537 


Matt Roe 


28/28 


170/414 


.411 


48/156 


.308 


109/136 


.802 


497 


17.8 


58 


96 


154 


5.5 


53/1 


72 


59 


1 


17 


973 


Cedric Lewis 


28/28 


120/249 


.482 


0/0 


.000 


94/158 


.595 


334 


11.9 


77 


156 


233 


8.3 


77/3 


15 


62 


143 


42 


961 


Garfield Smith 


28/26 


127/241 


.527 


2/5 


.400 


50/74 


.676 


306 


10.9 


54 


96 


150 


5.4 


82/4 


29 


48 


12 


24 


675 


Kevm McLmton 


28/23 


79/181 


.437 


1/8 


.125 


59/86 


.686 


218 


7.8 


37 


58 


95 


3.4 


83/5 


123 


89 


6 


39 


793 


Evers Bums 


28/2 


87/202 


.431 


0/2 


.000 


42/74 


.568 


216 


7.7 


46 


58 


104 


3.7 


67/4 


17 


29 


13 


26 


483 


Vmce Broadnax 


28/19 


77/142 


.542 


0/0 


.000 


58/85 


.682 


212 


7.6 


48 


57 


105 


3.8 


63/0 


65 


56 


3 


36 


736 


Matt Downmg 


26/0 


29/74 


.392 


8/30 


.267 


22/35 


.629 


88 


3.4 


12 


17 


29 


1.1 


34/0 


34 


26 





11 


291 


Eric Kjome 


20/0 


9/20 


.450 


1/3 


.333 


14/27 


.519 


33 


1.7 


7 


13 


20 


1.0 


17/0 


2 


6 





2 


89 


Mike Thibeault 


18/0 


5/22 


.227 


2/10 


.200 


3/5 


.600 


15 


.8 


8 


8 


16 


.9 


15/0 


4 


2 





5 


56 


Mark McGlone 


11/0 


1/5 


.200 


0/0 


.000 


4/6 


.667 


6 


.6 


3 


3 


6 


,6 


7/0 


2 


3 


1 





24 


Frank Horton 


5/0 


1/2 


.500 


0/0 


.000 


0/0 


.000 


2 


.4 











.0 


1/0 


1 


1 








6 


Kevin Chamberlain 


1/0 


0/0 


.000 


0/0 


.000 


0/0 


.000 





.0 











.0 


0/0 














1 


Team Rebounds 
























100 
















Terps 


28/28 


814/1795 


.454 


90/309 


.291 


527/772 


.683 


2245 


80.2 


373 


625 


1098 


39.2 


550/19 


455 


451 


185 


227 


- 


Team Rebounds 
























85 
















Opponent Totals 


28/28 


817/1827 


.447 


161/465 


.346 


427/631 


.677 


2222 


79.4 


384 


645 


1114 


39.8 


595/18 


475 


495 


128 


179 


- 



TERPS nNAL ACC STATS; Record 5-9 



ifift"m--"mTr 



Basketball Statistics - University of Maryland 1990-91 
(Includes 14 Games) 







/- TOTAL 


-/ 


/- 3PT 


-/ 










OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


G/GS 


FG/ FGA 


FG% 


FG/ FGA 


FG% 


FT/ FTA 


FT% 


PTS 


AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVG 


PF/D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MDJ 


Matt Roe 


14/14 


93/231 


.403 


28/88 


.318 


48/57 


.842 


262 


18.7 


33 


46 


79 


5.6 


26/0 


29 


28 





9 


489 


Walt WiUiaras 


7/4 


35/93 


.376 


10/38 


.263 


26/31 


.839 


106 


15.1 


7 


25 


32 


4.6 


17/0 


32 


20 


1 


5 


199 


Cedric Lewis 


14/14 


60/135 


.445 


0/0 


.000 


59/101 


.584 


179 


12.8 


43 


71 


114 


8.1 


45/2 


5 


34 


62 


24 


483 


Vmce Broadnax 


14/10 


46/91 


.506 


0/0 


.000 


42/58 


.724 


134 


9.6 


30 


22 


52 


3.7 


35/0 


31 


28 


2 


21 


388 


Garfield Smith 


14/13 


57/124 


.460 


2/5 


.400 


17/28 


.607 


133 


9,5 


27 


45 


72 


5.1 


42/2 


16 


27 


6 


12 


341 


Kevin McLinton 


14/14 


43/104 


.414 


0/5 


.000 


33/47 


.702 


119 


8.5 


20 


20 


40 


2.9 


46/4 


68 


57 


3 


25 


442 


Evers Bums 


14/1 


37/87 


.425 


0/1 


.000 


18/36 


.500 


92 


6.6 


17 


24 


41 


2.9 


38/3 


10 


13 


1 


15 


226 


Matt Downing 


14/0 


15/42 


.357 


6/22 


.273 


12/19 


.632 


48 


3.4 


7 


12 


19 


1.4 


20/0 


16 


15 





6 


149 


Eric Kjome 


12/0 


4/12 


.333 


1/3 


.333 


4/12 


.333 


13 


1.1 


4 


7 


11 


.9 


7/0 


1 


1 





1 


51 


Mike Thibeault 


12/0 


4/19 


.211 


1/8 


.125 


1/3 


333 


10 


.8 


8 


2 


10 


.8 


9/0 


3 


1 





4 


40 


Frank Horton 


3/0 


1/1 


1.000 


0/0 


.000 


0/0 


.000 


2 


.7 











.0 


1/0 





1 








4 


Mark McGlone 


7/0 


1/4 


.250 


0/0 


.000 


1/2 


.500 


3 


.4 


2 





2 


.3 


2/0 


2 











13 


Team Rebounds 
























56 
















Terps 


14/14 


396/ 943 


.420 


48/ 170 


.282 


261/ 394 


.662 


1101 


78.6 


198 


274 


528 


37.7 


288/11 


213 


225 


75 


122 


- 


Team Rebounds 
























38 

















Opponent Totals 14/14 437/900 ,486 87/243 .358 253/360 .703 1214 86.7 186 375 599 42.8 295/10 264 261 71 97 - 



80 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



INDIVIDUAL POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS 



(* denotes starters) 









40 


33 


24/20 


12 


45 


43 


62 


22 


4 


21 


3 


42 


OPPONENT 


W-L 


SCORE 


BROAD 


BURNS 


CH/HOR 


DOWN 


KJOME 


LEWISt 


McGLO 


McLIN 


ROE 


SMITH 


THIB. 


WILL. 


TOWSON STATE 


W 


93-69 


*8-6-3 


14-5-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-1 


6-2-0 


*7-13-7 


3-1-0 


6-2-4 


•18-8-2 


♦11-5-0 


0-0-0 


♦20-5-8 


SOUTHERN CAL 


W 


72-59 


*4-9-3 


2-4-0 


DNP 


0-0-0 


DNP 


*8-14-0 


DNP 


3-3-4 


•16-4-3 


•19-12-1 


DNP 


♦20-0-8 


at W. Virginia 


L 


85-90 


*6-5-2 


9-5-0 


DNP 


2-0-1 


0-0-0 


•14-10-4 


DNP 


14-10-0 


•27-9-3 


•6-3-1 


DNP 


•7-5-3 


! Boston College 


L 


85-100 


*3-3-2 


10-4-0 


DNP 


5-1-1 


1-3-0 


•10-8-2 


DNP 


2-1-1 


•15-5-2 


•9-5-0 


DNP 


•30-8-7 


at Jack'ville 


L 


70-71 


4-0-0 


15-2-0 




DNP 


DNP 


•8-4-5 


DNP 


•8-5-3 


•7-1-3 


•8-6-0 


DNP 


♦20-3-5 


CAL-IRVINE 


W 


93-79 


3-3-3 


6-4-2 




8-0-1 


DNP 


•21-14-8 


DNP 


•9-4-5 


•11-4-3 


•14-4-1 


DNP 


♦21-4-6 


LAFAYETTE 


W 


64-48 


*7-3-4 


*2-6-0 


DNP 


2-1-2 


5-3-0 


•4-5-5 


0-0-0 


0-2-0 


•26-9-2 


6-2-0 


2-2-0 


♦10-5-3 


# Rutgers 


W 


86-81 


2-3-2 


16-4-1 


DNP 


DNP 


0-0-0 


•4-8-5 


DNP 


•12-3-5 


•12-5-6 


•10-4-1 


DNP 


•30-9-7 


# S. Carolina 


W 


78-69 


2-1-4 


6-4-0 


DNP 


0-0-0 


DNP 


•12-8-5 


DNP 


•10-3-1 


•11-7-4 


•11-0-1 


0-0-0 


•26-7-4 


* at Wake Forest 


L 


62-74 


0-3-0 


14-3-1 


DNP 


0-0-0 


2-0-0 


•12-7-1 


DNP 


•7-3-3 


•3-6-1 


•8-2-0 


DNP 


•16-4-5 


* CLEMSON 


W 


81-65 


3-3-2 


10-5-0 


DNP 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


•17-12-6 


DNP 


•6-4-5 


•12-4-3 


•4-4-1 


0-0-1 


•29-6-2 


UMBC 


W 


92-66 


2-3-2 


9-8-0 


0-0-0 


4-3-1 


2-1-0 


•12-5-8 


0-3-0 


•4-4-2 


•22-4-4 


•9-5-1 


0-2-0 


•28-8-8 


* at N. Carolina 


L 


73-105 


5-1-0 


2-3-1 


DNP 


0-1-2 


3-1-0 


•10-5-0 


0-0-0 


•13-7-4 


•23-5-0 


•1-4-1 


0-1-0 


•16-8-8 


*DUKE 


L 


78-94 


8-6-1 


M-2-0 


DNP 


8-0-1 


0-1-0 


•19-11-5 


0-0-0 


•5-2-3 


•13-6-3 


7-3-1 


3-3-0 


•11-2-3 


* VIRGINIA 


L 


62-76 


*2-2-0 


7-1-1 


DNP 


4-4-2 


0-0-0 


•14-10-6 


DNP 


•6-1-5 


•16-2-1 


•8-6-1 


0-1-0 


INJ 


at S. Florida 


W 


87-81 


*6-4-l 


7-5-1 


DNP 


5-3-3 


1-0-1 


•16-7-12 


DNP 


•9-2-6 


•23-6-3 


•17-8-1 


3-0-0 


INJ 


BOSTON UNIV. 


W 


85-59 


*8-l-3 


11-3-1 


0-0-1 


8-2-5 


5-0-0 


•15-10-4 


0-0-0 


•6-4-9 


•19-7-3 


♦13-6-1 


0-2-1 


INJ 


* N.C. STATE 


W 


104-100 


*24-5-8 


8-3-0 


DNP 


6-1-2 


DNP 


•15-12-5 


DNP 


•7-1-12 


•29-10-4 


♦15-6-0 


0-0-0 


INJ 


AMERICAN 


W 


72-69 


•7-4-5 


4-2-1 


DNP 


2-0-3 


DNP 


•15-4-6 


DNP 


•11-6-7 


•17-3-1 


♦16-12-3 


DNP 


INJ 


* at Ga. Tech 


L 


65-80 


M-4-2 


6-2-0 


0-0-0 


1-4-4 


1-2-0 


•8-6-7 


0-0-0 


•15-2-6 


•25-8-1 


•3-8-1 


2-1-0 


INJ 


* at Clemson 


L 


69-73 


♦21-5-1 


2-3-1 


DNP 


2-1-0 


0-0-0 


•4-6-4 


DNP 


•0-6-3 


•17-6-3 


♦23-9-2 


0-0-0 


INJ 


* at Duke 


L 


81-101 


*18-4-3 


8-3-0 


DNP 


5-2-3 


2-3-0 


•11-5-2 


2-1-0 


•7-1-4 


•12-7-4 


♦16-6-1 


0-1-0 


INJ 


* GA TECH 


W 


96-93 


*ll-3-4 


14-8-2 


DNP 


10-3-0 


DNP 


•12-6-8 


DNP 


•4-1-5 


•33-5-3 


♦12-5-3 


0-1-2 


INJ 


* N. CAROLINA 


L 


75-87 


*6-4-3 


6-2-0 


DNP 


5-2-1 


0-2-0 


•20-5-3 


0-0-0 


•21-3-4 


•11-4-0 


♦4-9-2 


2-1-0 


INJ 


at Va. Tech 


W 


82-67 


*16-8-0 


13-7-1 


DNP 


4-0-0 


DNP 


•9-9-4 


DNP 


•5-6-8 


•11-3-4 


♦24-6-2 


DNP 


INJ 


* WAKE FOREST 


W 


86-78 


*14-9-2 


4-1-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-1 


0-0-0 


•12-10-4 


0-0-0 


•6-3-8 


•28-4-4 


♦15-2-0 


0-0-0 


7-1-0 


* at N.C. State 


L 


91-114 


*10-l-5 


5-2-1 


2-0-0 


6-1-0 


5-2-1 


•16-11-4 


1-1-2 


•4-2-2 


•22-4-1 


♦11-4-3 


3-1-0 


6-3-11 


* at Virginia 


W 


78-740T 


M-2-0 


2-3-2 


DNP 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


•9-8-2 


DNP 


•18-4-4 


•18-8-1 


♦6-4-0 


DNP 


21-8-3 



! denotes neutral site, Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA; ACC-Big East Challenge 

# denotes ECAC Holiday Festival, New York, NY; All-Tournament: Williams (MVP), Lewis, Smith 

* denotes Atlantic Coast Conference Games 
HOME GAMES IN CAPS 

tCediic Lewis' line is Points-Rebounds-Blocks 

Note: Kevin Chamberlain (#24) transfened during the fall semester and Frank Horton (#20) took his spot on the roster. 



INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS 



Points 


33 


Points in 1st Half 


21 


Points in 2nd Half 


18 


Field Goals Made 


11 


Field Goals Attempted 


25 


Field Goal Percentage 


.900 


3PT Made 


5 


3PT Attempted 


11 


3PT Percentage 


.667 


Free Throws Made 


12 


Free Throws Attempted 


14 


Free Throw Percentage 


1.000 


Rebounds 


14 


Offensive Rebounds 


7 


Defensive Rebounds 


12 


Assists 


12 


Blocks 


♦12 


Steals 


6 


* denotes school record 




TERP RECORD BOOK 





by Matt Roe vs. Ga Tech (2-13-91) 

by Matt Roe vs. Ga Tech (2-13-91) 

by Matt Roe vs. several opponents 

by several Terps 

by Matt Roe vs. Ga. Tech (2-1-91) 

(9-10) by Garfield Smith vs. USC (11-28-90) 

by several Terps 

by Matt Roe vs. UNO (2-16-91) 

(4-6) by Matt Roe vs. Wake (2-23-91) 

by Matt Roe vs. Wake (2-23-91) 

by several Terps 

(12-12) by Matt Roe vs. Wake (2-23-91) 

by Cedric Lewis vs. several opponents 

by Kevin McLinton vs. WVU (12-1-90) 

by Cedric Lewis vs. Towson St. (11-26-90) 

by Kevin McLinton vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 

by Cednc Lewis vs. USF (1-20-91) 

by Vince Broadnax vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 



TEAM HIGHS 



Points 


104 


Points in 1st Half 


55 


Points in 2nd Half 


55 


Field Goals Made 


39 


Field Goals Attempted 


78 


Field Goal Percentage 


.597 


3PT Made 


9 


3PT Attempted 


21 


3PT Percentage 


.750 


Free Throws Made 


30 


Free Throws Attempted 


43 


Free Throw Percentage 


.870 


Rebounds 


56 


Offensive Rebounds 


24 


Defensive Rebounds 


39 


Assists 


27 


Blocks 


14 


Steals 


16 



vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 

vs. Rutgers (12-27-90) 

vs. South Carolina (12-29-90) 

vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 

vs. North Carolina (1-9-91) 

vs. Towson State (11-26-90) 

vs. Maryland-Baltimore Co. (2-7-91) 

vs. N.C. State (2-27-91) 

vs. South Florida (1-19-91) 

vs. Clemson (1-5-91) 

vs. UC-Irvine (12-11-90) 

vs. Virginia (3-2-91) 

vs. West Virginia (12-1-90) 

vs. Duke (1-12-91) 

vs. Towson Stae ( 1 1 -26-90) 

vs. N.C. State (2-27-91) 

vs. UC-Irvine (12-11-90) 

vs. Clemson (1-5-91) 



81 



1990-91 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 



TEAMS 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AS 


TO 


BK 


ST 


PF-D 


OR-DR 


RBS 


PTS 


Towson St. 


24-75 


.320 


2-15 


.133 


19-34 


.559 


4 


13 


1 


8 


22-0 


16-20 


39 


69 


MARYLAND 


37-62 


.597 


1-11 


.091 


18-27 


.667 


20 


16 


10 


2 


24-0 


8-39 


48 


93 


Southern Cal 


27-70 


.386 


2-19 


.105 


3- 8 


.375 


11 


16 


4 


8 


22-0 


14-15 


33 


59 


MARYLAND 


29-61 


.475 


3-10 


.300 


11-21 


.524 


19 


22 


10 


7 


11-0 


19-27 


48 


72 


W. VIRGINL^ 


35-73 


.479 


3-11 


.273 


17-27 


.630 


19 


9 


10 


9 


27-0 


15-23 


40 


90 


Maryland 


27-77 


.351 


2- 9 


.222 


29-37 


.784 


10 


18 


5 


8 


24-1 


22-25 


56 


85 


\ Boston College 


28-60 


.467 


10-17 


.588 


34-50 


.680 


15 


13 


2 


9 


22-0 


11-19 


32 


100 


Maryland 


30-69 


.435 


4-18 


.222 


21-25 


.840 


15 


19 


2 


6 


28-2 


16-22 


44 


85 


JACKSONVILLE 


30-63 


.476 


0- 6 


.000 


11-20 


.550 


25 


16 


5 


2 


14-0 


15-25 


44 


71 


Maryland 


30-58 


.517 


2- 9 


.222 


8-13 


.615 


12 


10 


7 


5 


17-1 


5-16 


24 


70 


Cal-Irvine 


30-82 


.366 


11-31 


.355 


8-11 


.727 


19 


26 


2 


4 


32-1 


21-13 


41 


79 


MARYLAND 


30-51 


.588 


3- 9 


.333 


30-43 


.698 


23 


20 


11 


6 


19-0 


11-26 


39 


93 


Lafayette 


16-46 


.348 


4-14 


.286 


12-20 


.600 


9 


13 


1 


3 


22-1 


5-22 


31 


48 


MARYLAND 


20-48 


.417 


4-17 


.235 


20-35 


.571 


11 


10 


7 


3 


18-1 


11-27 


42 


64 


# Rutgers 


32-65 


.492 


8-18 


.444 


9-12 


.750 


20 


20 


6 


5 


23-1 


10-16 


33 


81 


Maryland 


29-61 


.475 


5-14 


.357 


23-29 


.793 


22 


20 


5 


13 


16-0 


14-22 


38 


86 


# S. Carolina (12) 


29-62 


.468 


3- 7 


.429 


8-12 


.667 


19 


16 


2 


6 


18-1 


14-17 


33 


69 


Maryland 


29-59 


.492 


3-10 


,300 


10-17 


.773- 


14 


14 


6 


12 


16-1 


11-19 


34 


78 


* WAKE FOREST 


26-54 


.481 


4-10 


,400 


18-27 


.667 


16 


16 


3 


6 


21-1 


11-27 


42 


74 


Maryland 


21-63 


.333 


2-14 


,143 


18-27 


,667 


10 


13 


4 


10 


23-1 


12-16 


36 


62 


* Clemson 


27-67 


.403 


3-15 


,200 


8-14 


.571 


14 


14 


4 


4 


24-1 


16-19 


37 


65 


MARYLAND 


22-55 


.400 


7-12 


.583 


30-39 


.769 


14 


12 


8 


6 


15-0 


15-23 


43 


81 


Md.-Balt. Co, 


26-60 


.433 


6-12 


.500 


8-11 


.727 


17 


17 


2 


3 


20-0 


11-19 


31 


66 


MARYLAND 


33-72 


.458 


9-15 


.600 


17-22 


.773 


20 


15 


10 


9 


17-0 


22-24 


49 


92 


* UNC (5) 


34-68 


.500 


8-21 


.381 


21-29 


.763 


21 


21 


13 


7 


21-0 


21-34 


55 


105 


Maryland 


28-78 


.359 


3-18 


.167 


14-27 


.519 


16 


20 


5 


10 


25-0 


20-16 


42 


73 


* Duke (14) 


28-49 


.571 


5-10 


.500 


33-42 


.786 


19 


24 


3 


4 


24-1 


13-19 


35 


94 


MARYLAND 


26-65 


.400 


3-10 


.300 


23-38 


.605 


12 


22 


5 


13 


25-1 


24-12 


37 


78 


•Virginia (14) 


33-59 


.559 


3- 8 


.375 


7-12 


.583 


15 


15 


4 


3 


21-0 


6-30 


38 


76 


MARYLAND 


24-57 


.421 


1- 8 


.125 


13-26 


.500 


12 


12 


8 


7 


16-0 


6-21 


30 


62 


SOUTH FLA. 


30-78 


.385 


4-10 


.400 


17-22 


.773 


13 


14 


4 


8 


23-1 


23-19 


49 


81 


Maryland 


32-62 


.516 


3- 4 


.750 


20-31 


.645 


16 


16 


12 


6 


17-1 


13-22 


38 


87 


Boston Univ. 


21-60 


.350 


8-23 


.348 


9-16 


.563 


13 


21 


2 


7 


14-0 


14-16 


32 


59 


MARYLAND 


35-59 


.593 


1- 6 


.167 


14-19 


.737 


24 


15 


5 


10 


19-0 


8-27 


36 


85 


* N.C. State 


36-81 


.444 


16-42 


.381 


12-16 


.750 


21 


9 


6 


7 


22-1 


20-12 


34 


100 


MARYLAND 


39-67 


.582 


5-10 


.500 


21-28 


.750 


27 


14 


6 


2 


18-1 


15-23 


43 


104 


American 


29-65 


.446 


8-16 


.500 


3- 5 


.600 


15 


13 


4 


4 


21-3 


15-15 


30 


69 


MARYLAND 


26-48 


.542 


2- 3 


.667 


18-23 


.783 


21 


17 


8 


8 


14-0 


10-21 


32 


72 


* GA TECH (23) 


26-63 


.413 


6-15 


.400 


22-32 


.688 


17 


20 


5 


7 


19-0 


11-35 


54 


80 


Maryland 


24-74 


.324 


2-15 


.133 


15-26 


.577 


14 


15 


8 


11 


23-1 


12-25 


44 


65 


* CLEMSON 


27-59 


.458 


3-12 


.250 


16-28 


.571 


21 


24 


10 


11 


19-1 


11-32 


44 


73 


Maryland 


25-68 


.368 


2- 7 


.286 


17-22 


.773 


10 


21 


4 


16 


23-2 


11-25 


40 


69 


* DUKE (6) 


34-62 


.548 


12-18 


.667 


21-31 


.677 


25 


33 


5 


13 


23-1 


9-32 


45 


101 


Maryland 


33-72 


.458 


1- 7 


.143 


14-30 


.467 


16 


24 


2 


13 


24-2 


14-19 


33 


81 


* Ga Tech 


34-66 


.515 


6-20 


.300 


19-27 


.704 


12 


18 


3 


6 


20-1 


16-22 


41 


93 


MARYLAND 


32-67 


.478 


5-12 


.417 


27-32 


.844 


19 


15 


8 


9 


22-1 


16-16 


34 


96 


* N. Carolina (8) 


40-71 


.563 


2-12 


.167 


5- 9 


.556 


22 


16 


5 


7 


17-0 


17-24 


43 


87 


MARYLAND 


31-71 


,437 


3-17 


.176 


10-19 


.526 


10 


15 


3 


6 


14-0 


18-14 


36 


75 


VATECH 


23-68 


.338 


5-23 


.217 


16-23 


.696 


12 


27 


12 


6 


20-0 


14-31 


47 


67 


Maryland 


31-65 


.477 


0- 4 


.000 


20-31 


.645 


15 


17 


6 


10 


19-0 


5-34 


42 


82 


* Wake Forest 


32-63 


.508 


8-21 


.381 


6-11 


.545 


18 


20 


5 


6 


25-2 


12-25 


38 


78 


MARYLAND 


29-62 


.468 


6-10 


.600 


22-33 


.667 


16 


14 


7 


6 


15-0 


13-17 


34 


86 


* N.C. STATE 


39-72 


.542 


10-21 


.476 


26-33 


.788 


33 


17 


3 


11 


17-0 


14-30 


46 


114 


Maryland 


34-77 


.442 


6-21 


.286 


17-24 


.708 


27 


13 


5 


7 


22-1 


15-17 


36 


91 


'VIRGINIA (25) 


21-66 


.318 


1-18 


.056 


31-40 


,775 


10 


14 


2 


5 


22-2 


9-34 


47 


74 


Maryland 


28-67 


.418 


2- 9 


.222 


20-23 


,870 


10 


15 


2 


6 


23-1 


7-30 


40 


78 



Note: Total rebounds include team rebounds 

HOME TEAM IN CAPS 

Number in parenthesis is the school's Associated Press ranking that week 



! denotes neutral site, Richmond CoUseum, Richmond, VA; ACC-BigEast Challenge 

# denotes ECAC Hohday Festival, New York, NY 

* denotes Atlantic Coast Conference Game 



82 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



SCORING 

Game 

1. 44 by Ernest Graham vs. N.C, State (12-20-78) 

2. 41 by Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

3. 40 by Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (SC Tourn., 1954) 
T4. 38 by Albert King vs. Clemson (ACC Tourn., 2-29-80) 

by Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 
by Howard White vs. South Carolina (12-16-70) 

T7. 35 by JerrodMustaf, vs. Duke (2-10-90) 
by Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 
by Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71) 

TIO. 34 by Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
by John Lucas vs. N.C. State (1-28-76) 
by John Lucas at Wake Forest (1-10-76) 

T13. 33 by Matt Roe vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

by Walt Wilhams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
by Len Bias at George Mason (11-26-85) 
by Tom McMillan vs. Navy (N-site, 1-20-73) 
by Tom McMillen vs. Camsius (12-17-71) 
by Howard White vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 

T19. 32 byRudyArchervs. Mount St. Mary's (12-8-87) 
by Derrick Lewis vs. UMBC (2-18-87) 
by Albert King vs. Wake Forest (1-20-80) 
by Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown (12-13-71) 
by Barry Yates vs. Miami, Fla. (12-29-70) 

T24. 31 by Len Bias vs. UNLV(N-Site, 12-7-85) 

by Ernest Graham vs. BuckneU (12-22-79) 
by John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 
by John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

T28. 30 byWaltWiUiamsvs. Rutgers (N-site, 12-27-90) 

by Walt Williams vs. Boston College (N-site, 12-3-90) 

by Jerrod Mustaf vs. Delaware St, ( 1 1 -25-89) 

by Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-14-89) 

by Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 

by Len Bias vs. Villanova (1-27-85) 

by Adrian Branch vs. Virginia (1-30-85) 

by Albert King at Virginia (1979) 

by John Lucas vs. N.C. State (1-16-75) 

by Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 



by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
byAlbert King (1979-80) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Gene Shue (1953-54) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by John Lucas (1973-74) 
byAlbert King (1980-81) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 
by Adrian Branch (1982-83 
by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Gene Shue (1952-53) 
by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 
by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 



Season 




1. 


743 


2. 


701 


3. 


674 


4. 


671 


5. 


667 


6. 


654 


7. 


616 


8, 


609 


9. 


605 


10. 


564 


11. 


559 


T12. 


557 


14. 


541 


15. 


524 


16. 


512 


17. 


510 


18. 


508 


19. 


499 


20. 


498 



Career 



1. 


2.146 


2. 


2,058 


3. 


2,017 


4. 


2,015 


5. 


1,807 


6. 


1,607 


7. 


1,561 


8. 


1,457 


9. 


1,386 


10. 


1,370 


11. 


1,354 


12. 


1,300 


13. 


1,266 


14. 


1,235 


15. 


1,219 


16. 


1,198 


17. 


1,161 


18. 


1,153 


19. 


1,094 


20. 


1,087 


21. 


1,026 


22. 


1,017 


23. 


1,016 


24. 


1,007 


25. 


987 



by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
byJohn Lucas (1972-76) 
by Tom McMillan (1971-74) 
by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 
by Greg Manning (1977-81) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-1988) 
by Gene Shue (1951-54) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
by Bob Kesslar (1953-56) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
by Steve Sheppard (1974-76) 
by Larry Gibson (1975-79) 
by Mo Howard (1972-76) 
by Buck Williams (1978-81) 
by Gary Ward (1963-67) 
by Keith Gathn (1984-88) 
by Brad Davis (1974-76) 
by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
by Lee Brawley (1949-52 
by Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 
by Pete Johnson (1966-69) 



SCORING AVERAGE 



Season 



1. 


23.3 


2. 


23.2 


3. 


22.1 


4. 


21.8 


5. 


21.7 


6. 


21.2 


7. 


20.8 


8. 


20.4 


9. 


20.3 


10. 


20.1 


Cart 

1. 


20,5 


2. 


18.7 


3. 


18.3 


4. 


18.0 


5. 


17.4 


6. 


16.6 



byWillHetzel(1968-69) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Gene Shue (1952-53) 
by Gene Shue (1953-54) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73 
by Tom McMillan (1971-72) 
by Bob Kassler (1954-55) 
by Bob Kassler (1955-56) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 



by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Gene Shue (1951-54) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-90) 



REBOUNDS 



Game 



1. 


26 


2. 


24 


3. 


23 


T4. 


22 



T6. 



T9. 



21 



20 



by Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 

by Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 

by Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

by Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 

by Buck WiUiams vs. at UNLV (12-4-78) 

by Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 

by Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (2-13-74) 

by Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky (12-5-73) 

by Tony Massenburg at Georgia Tech (2-13-90) 

by Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

by Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 




Ernest Graham's 44 points 
against N.C. State in 1978 
still is the school record. 




Len Bias is Maryland's all 
time leading scorer. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



83 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



REBOUNDS (continued) 

Season 

by Len Elmore (1973-74) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Tom Roy (1974-75) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Tony Massenburg ( 1 989-90) 
by Tom McMillan (1971-72) 
by Len Elmore (1972-73) 

by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
by Dernck Lewis (1984-88) 
by Buck Williams (1978-81) 
by Larry Gibson (1975-80) 
by Tom McMillan (1971-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by AlBunga (1957-60) 
by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Albert King(1977-81) 

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 

Season 

by Len Elmore (1973-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by AlBunge (1959-60) 
by WillHatzal (1968-69) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Len Elmore (1972-73) 
by Tom Roy (1974-75) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Bob McDonald (1960-61) 

by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
by Buck Willams (1978-81) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-54) 
by AlBunga (1957-60) 



1. 


412 


2. 


363 


3, 


351 


4. 


336 


5. 


323 


6^ 


321 


7. 


318 


8. 


314 


9. 


306 


10. 


290 


Career 


1. 


1,053 


2. 


948 


3. 


928 


4. 


895 


5. 


859 


6. 


849 


7. 


795 


8. 


745 


9. 


722 


10. 


715 



1. 


14.7 


2. 


14.0 


3. 


12.6 


4. 


12.2 


5. 


11.7 


6. 


11.2 


7. 


11.1 


8. 


11.0 


9. 


10.8 


10. 


10.7 


Career 


1. 


12.2 


T2. 


10.9 



10.6 




Len Elmore holds every Maryland rebounding record . 



ASSISTS 

Game 

1. 13 
T2. 12 



Season 



1. 


221 


2. 


204 


3. 


178 


4. 


172 


5. 


165 


6. 


159 


7. 


148 


8. 


136 


T9. 


135 


Career 


1. 


649 


2. 


514 


3. 


460 


4. 


431 


5. 


360 


6. 


346 


7. 


306 


8. 


304 


9. 


294 


10. 


292 


STEALS 


Game 


1. 


7 


T2. 


6 



Season 



1. 


64 


2. 


57 


3. 


46 


T4. 


45 



T6. 



T8. 



43 



42 



Career 



1, 


170 


2. 


137 


3. 


123 


4. 


119 


5. 


115 


T6. 


110 


8. 


90 


9. 


89 


10. 


84 



by Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 
by Kevin McLinton vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 
by Keith Gatlm vs. Navy (N-Site, 1984-85) 
by Keith Gatlin at North Carolina (1-9-85) 
by Dutch Morley at Clemson (2-13-82) 
by Dutch Morley vs. Marshall (12-29-80) 
by John Lucas vs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 
by Rich Porac vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 

by Kaith Gatlin (6.0 apg; 1984-85) 
by Keith Gatlm (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 
by John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 
by Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1987-88) 
by Brad Davis (5.9 apg; 1975-76) 
by John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1973-74) 
by Keith Gatlm (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 
by Ernest Graham (4.4 apg; 1979-80) 
by Greg Nared (4.8 apg; 1988-89) 
by Mickey Wilas (5.2 apg; 1969-70) 



by Kaith Gatlin (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 
by John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1972-76) 
by Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 
by Brad Davis (5.1 apg; 1974-77) 
byJaffAdkins(2.8apg; 1981-85) 
by Ernest Graham (2.9 apg; 1977-81) 
by Walt Williams (4.0 apg; 1988- ) 
by Albert King (2.6 apg; 1977-81) 
by Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg; 1987-90) 
by Adrian Branch (2.4 apg; 1981-85) 



by Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-11-89) 
by Vince Broadnax at Clemson (2-6-91) 
by Albert King at Clemson (1-17-81) 
by Albert King vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
by Ernast Graham vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
by Dutch Morley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
by John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 

by Dutch Morley (2.1 spg; 1979-80) 
by Walt Williams (1.7 spg; 1989-90) 
by Greg Nared (1.6 spg; 1988-89) 
by Dernck Levels (1.5 spg; 1987-88) 
by Adrian Branch (1.2 spg; 1984-85) 
by Ernest Graham (1.4 spg; 1979-80) 
by Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1978-79) 
by Cednc Lewis (1.5 spg; 1990-91) 
by Adnan Branch (1.4 spg; 1980-81) 
by Albert King (1.4 spg; 1979-80) 

by Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1978-82) 
by Dernck Lewis (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 
by Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
by Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
by Walt Williams (1.5 spg; 1988- ) 
by Jeff Adkms (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
by Adnan Branch (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
by Kaith Gatlin (0.7 spg; 1983-88) 
by Reggie Jackson (0.8 spg; 1978-82) 
by Len Bias (0.6 spg; 1983-86) 




In 1990, Tony Massenburg 
became the first Terp in 10 
years to grab 20 rebounds in 
a game. 




Adrian Branch is among 
Maryland 's career leaders in 
scoring, assists and steals. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



BLOCKS 

Game 

Tl. 12 



T3. 
T7. 

Til. 



10 



Season 



1. 


143 


2. 


114 


3. 


99 


4. 


71 


5. 


67 


6, 


58 


7. 


57 


8. 


55 


9, 


49 


TIO. 


42 


Career 


1. 


339 


2. 


239 


3. 


182 


4. 


97 


5. 


87 


6. 


86 


7. 


75 



by Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 

by Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

by Derrick Lewis, 4 times 

last time; vs. UMES (2-27-87) 

by Cedric Lewis, 3 times 

last time: vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

by Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 

by Cedric Lewis, 2 times 

last time vs. Georgia Tech (2-1-91) 

by Derrick Lewis, 4 times 

last time vs. Virginia (3-1-86) 

by Tony Massenburg vs. UMES (12-1-88) 

by Larry Gibson vs. Syracuse (12-24-76) 

by Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

by Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1990-91) 
by Dernck Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1986-87) 
by Dernck Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 
by Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 
by Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg; 1976-77) 
by Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg; 1978-79) 
by Larry Gibson (2.0 bpg; 1977-78) 
by Dernck Lewis (1.8 bpg; 1987-88) 
by Cednc Lewis (1,5 bpg; 1989-90) 
by Ben Coleman (1.3 bpg; 1983-84) 
by Ernest Graham (1.4 bpg; 1980-81) 

by Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) 
by Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) 
by Larry Gibson (1,8 bpg; 1975-79) 
by Tony Massenburg (0.9 bpg; 1985-90) 
by Len Bias (0.7 bpg; 1982-86) 
by Buck Williams (1.0 bpg; 1978-81) 
by Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 




The Lewis bwtbers, Cedric (L) and Derrick, own all of 
Maryland's blocked sbot records. 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Game (minimum 5 attempts) 

Tl. 1.000 (8-8) by Buck Williams vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

(8-8) by Gary Williams vs. South Carolina (12-66) 

(8-8) by Greg Manning vs. F. Dickmson (12-10-80) 

(8-8) by Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne (12-10-83) 

(8-8) by Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-84) 

Season (minimum 100 attempts) 



.647 (183-283) 

.643 (196-305) 

.611 (102-167) 

.608 (194-319) 

.606 (143-236) 



by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Greg Manning (1979-80) 
by Charles Pittman (1981-82) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Buck Williams (1979-80) 



Career 

1. .615 (446-725) by Buck Williams (1978-81) 

2. ,583 (623-1068) by Greg Manning (1977-81) 

3. .576 (438-760) by Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 

4. .555 (699-1259) by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

5. .551 (484-878) by Larry Gibson (1975-79) 

6. .524 (524-1001) by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 

Game (minimum 10 attempts) 

by Jerry Greenspan vs. Muinesota (1961) 
by Len Bias vs. North Carolina (2-20-86) 
by Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina (1951) 
by Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 
by Tony Massenburg at Penn State (3-19-90) 
by Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest (1961) 
by Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina (1951) 
by Bob Kessler vs. G. Washington (1956) 
by Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 



by Greg Manning (1979-80) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
by Keith Gatlm (1984-85) 
by Greg Manning (1978-79) 

Career 

1. .858 (315-367) by Greg Manning (1977-81) 

2. .803 (418-517) by Jim O'Bnen (1971-73) 

3. .802 (163-205) by Keith Gatlm (1983-88) 

4. .799 (409-512) by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 



Tl. 


1.000 (14-14) 




(13-13) 




(13-13) 




(12-12) 




(12-12) 




(12-12) 




(12-12) 




(12-12) 


9. 


.929 (13-14) 


Season (minim 


1. 


.908 (79-87) 


2. 


.864 (209-242) 


3. 


.863 (57-66) 


4. 


.862 (50-58) 


5. 


.857 (88-77) 




Gary Williams, shown here 
in last year's Alumni Game, 
still shares the record for 
game field goal percentage. 




Greg Marming is the only 
Terp Usted among the 
career leaders for field goal 
and free throw shooting. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



85 



MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS 




Ernest Graham holds the 
school record lor field goals 
made in a game. 



/'.N 



i/io"^ 



Albert King holds several 
individual Terrapin records. 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

Game 

Field Goals Made: 18 by Ernest Graham vs. N.C. State 

(12-20-78) 
Field Goals Attempted: 34 by Gene Shue vs. Wasliington & 

Lee (2-53) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 10 by Barry Yates vs. Miami 

(12-29-70)/by Keith Gatlm vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Free Throws Made: 17 by Tom McMillen vs. Canisius 

(12-17-71) 
Free Throws Attempted: 20 by Tom McMiUen vs. Canisius 

(12-17-71) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 15 by Albert King vs. 

Boston Univ. (2-79) 
3-Point Field Goals Made: 6 several times, 

(last by Teyon McCoy vs. Alcorn State, 12-12-89) 
3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 11 several times, 

(last by Matt Roe vs. North Carolina, 2-16-91) 

Season 

Field Goals Made: 275 by Albert King (1979-80) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 15 by Greg Manning 

(over two games during the 1980-81 season: ACC Record) 
Free Throws Made: 209 by Len Bias (1985-86) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 32 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

Career 

Games Played: 1 3 1 by Len Bias ( 1 982-86) 

Consecutive Games Played: 109 by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

Games Started: 113 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

Field Goals Made: 862 by Alben Kmg (1977-81) 

Consecutive Field Goals Made: 15 by Greg Marming 

(1978-81) 
Free Throws Made: 470 by Len Bias (1982-86) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 32 by Len Bias (1982-86)/ 

by Bob O'Brien (1954-57) 

MISCELLANEOUS OPPONENT RECORDS 

Free Throws: 40 by Clemson (1-68) 

Free Throw Attempts: 53 by Clemson (1-68) 

Fouls: 37 by North Carolina (1-53) 



MARYLAND TEAM RECORDS 

Game 

Points in a Half: 77 vs. N.C. State (12-78; 2nd half) 

Rebounds: 74 vs. Penn State (12-64) 

Field Goals: 55 vs. Brown (ll-72)/vs. Canisius (12-78) 

Fewest Field Goals: 6 vs. Seton Hall (12-41) 

Field Goals Attempted: 99 vs. Canisius (12-78) 

Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 18 vs South Carolina (1-71) 

3-Point Field Goals : 7 vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 16 vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

Free Throws: 40 vs. North Carolina (ACC Tournament final, 

1958: 40-52) 
Fewest Free Throws: at Wake Forest (2-73) 
Free Throw Attempts: 57 vs. North Carolina (1-53) 
Fewest Free Throw Attempts: 1 vs several opponents 
Fouls: 44 vs, Williams & Mary (2-52) 
Fewest Fouls: 7 vs. Buffalo (1-72) 

Field Goal Percentage: .833 (15-18) vs. South Carolina (1-71) 
Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 966 (28-29) vs. 

Duke (2-76) 

Season Highlights 

Total Attendance: 398,036 in 31 games (1980-81) 
Home Attendance: 240,254 in 19 games (1976-77) 
Average Home Attendance: 13,427 over 14 games (1974-75) 
Consecutive Wins to Open Season: 11 (1975-76) 
Consecutive Wins Against Non-ACC Opponents: 31 (1970-73) 
Consecutive Wins: 14 (1971-72 through 1972-73) 
Consecutive 20-Win Seasons: 5 (1971-72 through 1975-76) 

COLE FIELD HOUSE RECORDS 

Points by a Team: 141 by Maryland Freshmen vs. Kings 

CoUege (12-13-69) 
Field Goals by a Team: 62 by Maryland Freshmen vs. Kmgs 

CoUege (12-13-69) 
Point by an Individual: 48 by Tom Baxley vs. Virginia 

Freshmen ( 1 96 1 ) ; by Tom Braxley vs. Bainbridge Prep 

(1961); by Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown Freshmen (1971). 
Field Goals by an Individual: 21 by Tom McMillen vs. 

Georgetown Freshmen (1971) 
Rebounds by an Individual: 31 by Tom McMillen vs. West 

Virginia Freshmen (1971) 




Hardly a miscellaneous record, the 1971 Maryland Freshman Team finished the year undefeated. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



SCORING 

Game High (Maryland) 



1. 130 (130-106) vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

2. 128 (128-103) vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

T3. 127 (127-84) vs. East Carolina (11-29-75) 

(127-82) vs. Brown (12-1-72) 

5. 124 (124-110) vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 

6. 122 (122-82) vs. Boston Univ. (12-8-75) 

T7. 117 (117-96) vs. George Washington (12-4-71) 

(117-51) vs. UMES (2-27-87) 

T9. 115 (115-83) vs. Georgetowrn (12-11-73) 

(115-76) vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 

Game High (Opponent) 

Tl. 114 (91-114) by N.C. State (2-27-91) 

(111-114) by Duke (2-10-90) 

3. 110 (124-110) by N.C. State (12-20-78) 

4. 108 (109-108) by N.C. State (3-1-78) 

5. 107 (87-107) by North Carolina (1968-69) 

6. 106 (130-106) by East Carolina (12-7-77) 
T7. 105 (73-105) by North Carolina (2-9-91) 

(70-105) by North Carolina (1970-71) 



Game High (Combined) 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



236 
234 
231 
225 
217 
213 



(130-106) 
(124-110) 
(128-103) 
(111-114) 
(109-108) 
(117-96) 



Points Scored 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



2,747 
2,613 
2,607 
2,602 
2,481 
2,469 
2,444 
2,400 
2,391 
2,353 



1989-90 
1972-73 
1974-75 
1984-85 
1979-80 
1975-76 
1971-72 
1973-74 
1983-84 
1980-81 



vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 

vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

vs. N.C. State (3-1-78) 

vs. George Washington (12-4-71) 



Scoring Average 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8 
9 
10 



89.9 
88.2 
87.1 
85.7 
83.2 
82.1 
80.2 
80.0 
78.8 
78.3 



1974-75 
1975-76 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1989-90 
1977-78 
1990-91 
1979-80 
1968-69 
1976-77 



Rebounding Average 



1. 


48.9 


1973-74 


2. 


48.3 


1955-56 


3. 


45.4 


1972-73 


4. 


45,1 


1968-69 


5. 


44.7 


1964-65 


6, 


44.4 


1970-71 


7. 


44.3 


1965-66 


T8. 


44.0 


1967-68 
1960-61 


10. 


43.5 


1974-75 




Tom Roy (45) played for 
Maryland's highest-scoring 
team, the 1' '4-75Terps. 



Rebounds 
Game 

1. 74 vs. Penn State (12-64) 

2. 67 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

3. 65 vs. Bucknell (12-22-76) 
T4. 63 vs. DePauw (12-12-74) 

vs. Long Island (12-17-77) 



Field Goals Made 

Game 

Tl 55 vs. Browm (11-29-72) 

vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 
3. 52 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

T4. 51 vs. Virginia (3-2-74) 

vs. Boston Univ. (12-8-75) 



Field Goals Attempted 

Game 

1. 99 vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

2. 97 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 
T3. 93 vs. Miami, Ohio (12-29-70) 

vs. G.Washington (12-4-71) 
vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 



Field Goal Percentage 

Game 

1. .833 vs. South Carolina (1-9-71) 

2. .739 vs. Wake Forest (1-28-86) 

3. .732 vs. N.C. State (12-20-80) 

4. .704 vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 

5. .667 vs. UMES (2-17-86) 



Free Throws Made 

Game 

1. 40 vs. North Carolina (1958) 

2. 35 vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
T3. 34 vs. James Madison (1-23-87) 

vs. Lafayette (11-29-81) 
5. 33 vs. Buffalo (12-5-70) 



Free Throws Attempted 

Game 

1. 57 vs. North Carolina (1-53) 

2. 47 vs. Bucknell (12-22-76) 

3. 46 vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 

4. 45 vs. Lafayette (11-29-81) 
T5. 44 vs. several opponents 



Free Throw Percentage 

Game 

(19-19) vs. Holy Cross (1-21-85) 

(28-29) vs. Duke (2-7-76) 

(19-20) vs. Duke (2-2-80) 

(28-31) vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

(27-29) vs. Texas Christian (11-25-88) 



1. 


1.000 


2. 


.966 


3. 


.950 


4. 


.932 


5. 


.931 



Assists 

Game 

1. 36 

2. 35 

3. 32 
14. 31 



vs. Brown (11-29-72) 
vs. Brown (12-1-71) 
vs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 
vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 
vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 



Steals 

Game 

Tl. 16 



T3. 



15 



vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
vs. Miami, Ohio (12-25-79) 
vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
vs. Clemson (1-13-81) 



Blocks 

Game 

Tl. 17 vs. UMES (2-27-87) 

vs. Georgia Tech (12-10-75) 

3. 16 vs. UMES (12-1-88) 

4. 14 vs. James Madison (1-28-87) 

5. 13 vs. Tennessee (11-28-84) 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



1,388 
1,368 
1,361 
1,351 
1,261 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



1,089 
1,049 
1,038 
1,012 
1,002 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



2,094 
2,073 
2,065 
1,983 
1,918 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



.551 
.547 
.539 
.537 
.532 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



633 
590 
586 
532 
527 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



893 
858 
787 
786 
772 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
T5. 



.758 
.757 
.751 
.747 
.746 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



583 
575 
558 
557 
548 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



233 
227 
217 
206 
201 



Season 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



185 
181 
162 
155 
143 



1971-72 
1973-74 
1972-73 
1989-90 
1974-75 



1972-73 
1974-75 
1984-85 
1973-74 
1989-90 



1972-73 
1989-90 
1984-85 
1973-74 
1974-75 



1979-80 
1974-75 
1983-84 
1975-76 
1980-81 



1989-90 
1957-58 
1971-72 
1953-54 
1990-91 



1989-90 
1957-58 
1953-54 
1971-72 
1990-91 



1975-76 
1974-75 
1981-82 
1959-60 
1971-72 
1973-74 



1989-90 
1984-85 
1979-80 
1972-73 
1983-84 



1979-80 
1990-91 
1989-90 
1984-85 
1980-81 



1990-91 
1984-85 
1989-90 
1976-77 
1986-87 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



87 



MARYLAND YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS 







/ - TOTAL 


-/ 


/ - 3PT - 


-/ 














OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS 


RBS 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 


- 


- 


450-663 


.679 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1412-52.3 


1951-52 
































1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 


- 


- 


432-698 


.617 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1406-61.1 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


- 


- 


532-787 


.648 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1959-65.3 


1954-55 
































1955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


- 


- 


500-744 


.672 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1158-48.3 


1600-66.7 


1956-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


- 


- 


486-679 


.716 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 


- 


- 


590-858 


.688 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 


1958-59 


23 


502-1262 


.398 


- 


- 


361-545 


.655 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


.418 


- 


- 


399-534 


.747 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


.424 


- 


- 


491-659 


.745 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1143-44.0 


1747-67.2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


- 


- 


474-644 


.736 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1082-43.3 


1748-69.9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


- 


- 


337-496 


.679 


- 


- 


- 


332- 


- 


- 


888-42,3 


1349-64.2 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 


- 


- 


397-572 


.694 


- 


- 


- 


512-16 


- 


- 


1058-40.7 


1825-70.2 


1964-65 


26 


726-1596 


.455 


- 


- 


457-634 


.720 


- 


- 


- 


453-15 


- 


- 


1162-44,7 


1909-73.4 


1965-66 


25 


705-1535 


.459 


- 


- 


381-560 


.680 


- 


- 


- 


449-18 


- 


- 


1107-44,3 


1791-71.6 


1966-67 


25 


637-1448 


.439 


- 


- 


350-479 


.730 


- 


- 


- 


378- 5 


- 


- 


884-35,3 


1624-64.9 


1967-68 


24 


653-1678 


.389 


- 


- 


346-519 


.667 


- 


- 


- 


457-21 


- 


- 


1058-44,0 


1652-68.8 


1968-69 


26 


782-1842 


.425 


- 


- 


485-657 


.738 


- 


- 


- 


487-15 


- 


- 


1174-45,1 


2049-78.8 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


.457 


- 


- 


417-586 


.712 


337 


- 


- 


458-17 


- 


- 


1106-42,5 


1979-76.1 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 


- 


- 


480-715 


.671 


302 


- 


- 


442-13 


- 


- 


1154-44,4 


1950-75.0 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 


- 


- 


586-786 


.746 


443 


- 


- 


490-10 


- 


- 


1388-43,4 


2444-76.4 


1972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 


- 


- 


435-606 


.718 


557 


- 


- 


547-17 


— 


- 


1361-45,4 


2613-87.1 


1973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 


- 


- 


376-504 


.746 


450 


- 


- 


492-10 


- 


- 


1368-48,9 


2400-85.7 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 


- 


- 


509-672 


.757 


413 


- 


- 


535-18 


- 


- 


1261-43,5 


2607-89.9 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 


.537 


- 


- 


477-629 


.758 


397 


- 


- 


562-20 


- 


- 


1126-40,2 


2469-88.2 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


- 


- 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


- 


- 


1049-38,8 


2115-78.3 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 


- 


- 


433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


- 


- 


1188-42.4 


2303-82.1 


1978-79 


30 


954-1897 


.503 


- 


- 


430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


- 


- 


1154-38.5 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


31 


985-1789 


.551 


- 


- 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


- 


- 


1089-35.1 


2481-80.0 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 


- 


— 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


- 


- 


1095-35.3 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


- 


- 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


- 


- 


876-30.2 


1778-61.3 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 


- 


- 


496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


- 


- 


1098-36.6 


2222-74.1 


1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 


- 


- 


509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 


- 


- 


1078-33.7 


2391-74.7 


1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 


- 


- 


526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


- 


- 


1184-32.0 


2602-70.3 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 


- 


- 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549- 9 


- 


- 


1030-31.2 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-29.6 


1865-71.7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1733 


.504 


195-451 


,430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-30.9 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-34.6 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-40.9 


2747-83.2 


1990-91 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


373 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



OPPONENTS YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS 







/ - TOTAL 


-/ 


/ - 3PT - 


-/ 














OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RBS 


RBS 


RBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


510- 


- 


- 


- 


400-663 


.603 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1420-52.6 


1951-52 
































1952-53 


23 


369- 


- 


- 


- 


515-788 


.654 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1256-54.3 


1953-54 


30 


539- 


- 


- 


- 


594-888 


.668 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 
































1955-56 


24 


509-1470 


,346 


- 


- 


537-733 


.732 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


977-40.7 


1555-64.8 


1956-57 


26 


553-1414 


.391 


- 


- 


484-729 


.661 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


940-36.2 


1590-61.5 


1957-58 


29 


583-1687 


,352 


- 


- 


497-735 


.676 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1031-35.6 


1671-57.6 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


,369 


- 


- 


408-584 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


814-35.4 


1296-56.3 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


,397 


- 


- 


343-490 


.700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


795-34.6 


1407-61.2 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


,384 


- 


- 


473-679 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1119-43.0 


1757-67.6 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


,419 


- 


- 


405-624 


.649 


- 


- 


- 


489- 


- 


- 


1115-44.6 


1805-72.2 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


,460 


- 


- 


276-396 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


336- 


- 


- 


879-41.9 


1504-71.6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


,455 


- 


- 


509-735 


.692 


- 


- 


- 


462-14 


- 


- 


1145-44.0 


1964-75.5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 


- 


- 


417-584 


.714 


- 


- 


- 


490-23 


- 


- 


1021-39.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


.405 


- 


- 


415-588 


.706 


- 


- 


- 


454-11 


- 


- 


1029-41.2 


1711-68.4 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


,467 


- 


- 


340-476 


.714 


- 


- 


- 


393- 7 


- 


- 


928-37.1 


1628-65.1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


,437 


- 


- 


434-619 


.701 


- 


- 


- 


419-12 


- 


- 


1188-49.0 


1774-73.9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


,465 


- 


- 


472-651 


.725 


- 


- 


- 


488-18 


- 


- 


1225-47.1 


2188-84.1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 


- 


- 


421-619 


.680 


- 


- 


- 


472-13 


- 


- 


1082-41.6 


1945-74.7 


1970-71 


26 


743-1625 


,457 


- 


- 


422-600 


.703 


308 


- 


- 


544-24 


- 


- 


1056-40.6 


1908-73.4 


1971-72 


32 


843-1933 


,436 


- 


- 


417-607 


.687 


302 


- 


- 


607-30 


- 


- 


1040-32.5 


2107-65.8 


1972-73 


30 


947-2023 


,468 


- 


- 


332-484 


.686 


363 


- 


- 


598-23 


- 


- 


1043-34.8 


2226-74.2 


1973-74 


28 


798-1993 


,400 


- 


- 


335-475 


.705 


278 


- 


- 


513-11 


- 


- 


1066-38.1 


1931-69.0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


,441 


— 


- 


331-477 


.694 


355 


- 


- 


634-28 


— 


— 


999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


,444 


- 


- 


346-489 


.708 


307 


- 


- 


575-25 


- 


- 


1024-36.6 


2080-74.3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


,436 


- 


- 


393-544 


.722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 


- 


- 


978-36.2 


2001-74.1 


1977-78 


28 


906-2001 


,453 


- 


- 


415-612 


.678 


363 


60 


227 


563-14 


- 


— 


1057-37.7 


2227-79.5 


1978-79 


30 


912-1923 


.474 


- 


- 


416-601 


.692 


402 


99 


240 


576-17 


- 


- 


1036-34.5 


2240-74.7 


1979-80 


31 


926-1952 


,474 


- 


- 


374-534 


.700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 


- 


- 


1000-32.3 


2226-71.8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


,473 


- 


- 


406-582 


.698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 


- 


- 


954-30.8 


2164-69.8 


1981-82 


29 


666-1424 


,468 


- 


- 


372-548 


.679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 


- 


- 


802-27.7 


1704-58.8 


1982-83 


30 


808-1783 


-453 


— 


— 


425-634 


.670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 


- 


- 


1022-34.1 


2141-71.4 


1983-84 


32 


889-1922 


.462 


- 


- 


373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


- 


- 


996-31.1 


2151-67.2 


1984-85 


37 


981-2136 


.459 


- 


- 


440-637 


.691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 


- 


- 


1222-33.0 


2404-65.0 


1985-86 


33 


873-1820 


.480 


- 


- 


420-575 


.730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 


- 


- 


1017-30.8 


2166-65.6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


.479 


113-245 


.561 


336-491 


.684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73.3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71.8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


.701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74.2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


.429 


175-490 


.357 


566-811 


.698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77.7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


.447 


161-465 


.346 


427-631 


.677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79.4 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



SEASON LEADERS 



SCORING 






Year 


Leader 


Pts-Avg 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404-150 


1951-52 


not available 




1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508-22.1 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654-21,8 


1954-55 


not available 




1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490-20.4 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-13.2 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


401-13.8 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383-16,6 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-13.4 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-15.2 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-17.4 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-13.0 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512-19.7 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430-17.2 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392-16.3 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360-15.0 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605-23.3 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428-16.5 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389-15.6 




Jim O'Brien 


342-16.3 


1971-72 


Tom McMiUen 


667-20.8 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-21.2 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469-19.5 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557-19.9 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338-13.0 




Steve Sheppard 


309-16.2 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559-18.0 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-15.2 


1982-83 


Adnan Branch 


541-18.7 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491-15.3 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701-18.9 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743-23.2 


1986-87 


Demck Lewis 


510-19.6 


1987-88 


Dernck Lewis 


466-16.0 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609-18.5 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


497-17.8 




Walt Williams 


318-18.7 


REBOUNDING 






Year 


Leader 


Rbs-Avg 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-14.0 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


195- 7.5 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265- 9.1 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241-10,5 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289-12.6 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-10.7 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235- 9.4 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184- 8.8 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185- 7.1 




Gary Ward 


103- 7.4 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271-10.4 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241- 9.6 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


195- 8.1 


1967-68 


Rich Drescher 


202- 8.4 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318-12.2 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258- 9.9 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224- 8.6 




John Lucas is the only 
player in school history to 
lead the team in scoring 
three straight years. 




Gary Ward had the Terps' 
top rebounding average 
three consecutive years. 



1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351-11.0 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290-11.2 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249- 8.9 




Larry Gibson 


157- 9.8 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


228- 8.4 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253- 9.0 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


323-10.8 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242-10.1 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


363-11.7 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


213- 7.3 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242- 8.1 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269- 8.4 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251- 6.8 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


224- 7.0 


1986-87 


Dernck Lewis 


248- 9.5 


1987-88 


Dernck Lewis 


237- 7.6 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


226- 7.8 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


314-10.1 


1990-91 


Cednc Lewis 


233- 8.3 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

(150 attempts minimum) 



Year 

1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 



Leader 

Dick Koffenberger 
not available 
Gene Shue 
Gene Shue 
not available 
Bob O'Bnen 
John Nacmcik 
Nick Davis 
Charles McNeil 
Paul Jelus 
Bob McDonald 
Bruce Kelleher 
Connie Carpenter 
Jackie Clark 
Jay McMillen 
Gary Ward 
Rich Drescher 
Will Hetzel 
Rod Horst 
Rod Horst 
Charlie Blank 
Tom McMillen 
Tom McMillen 
Maurice Howard 
Tom Roy 
Maurice Howard 
Lawrence Boston 
Lawrence Boston 
Buck Williams 
Greg Mannmg 
Buck Williams 
Charles Pittman 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Tom Jones 
Derrick Lewis 
Brian WtUiams 
Tony Massenburg 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Garfield Smith 



FGPct 

.480 

.469 
.506 

.421 
.470 
.463 
.443 
.470 
.453 
.437 
.447 
.480 
.486 
.463 
.445 
.423 
.480 
.532 
.473 
.549 
.585 
.553 
.606 
.572 
.597 
.580 
.583 
.643 
.647 
.611 
.571 
.608 
.530 
.551 
.602 
.600 
.550 
.529 
.527 



90 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



SEASON LEADERS 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 



(minimum 50 attempts) 


Year 


Leader 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


1951-52 


not available 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


1954-55 


not available 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


Jay McMiUen 


1966-67 


Jay McMiUen 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


WillHetzel 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


Tom McMiUen 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1978-79 


Greg Mannmg 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


ASSISTS 




Year 


Leader 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


Howard White 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


1977-78 


Greg Marmmg 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


1979-80 


Ernest Graham 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlin 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


TERP RECORD BOOK 





• 

FT Pet 


.772 


.700 


.789 


.767 


.764 


.762 


.783 


.842 


.873 


.816 


.749 


.803 


.818 


.792 


.787 


.721 


.813 


.781 


.784 


.817 


.844 


.786 


.836 


.828 


.784 


.863 


.857 


.908 


.821 


.780 


.762 


.767 


.862 


.864 


.796 


.770 


.790 


.776 


.837 


Ast-Avg. 


135-5.2 


70-3.3 


93-2.9 


178-5.9 


159-5.7 


134-4.6 


165-5.9 


132-4.9 


74-2.6 


128-4.3 


136-4.4 


120-3.9 


124-4.3 


121-4.0 


148-4.6 


221-6.0 


204-6.4 


111-4.3 


172-5.5 




DerricJc Lewis led the team 
in blocks four years and in 
steals three seasons. 




Jim O'Brien led the team in 
three categories in the 
1970-71 season. 



1988-89 


Greg Nared 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 




Walt Williams 


BLOCKS 




Year 


Leader 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson 


1979-80 


Taylor Baldwin 


1980-81 


Buck WiUiams 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


1988-89 


Cedric Lewis 


1989-90 


Cedric Lewis 


1990-91 


Cednc Lewis 


* second-best total 


in the nation that season 


# ACC Record 




STEALS 




Year 


Leader 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


1986-87 


Dernck Lewis 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


1989-90 


WaltWiUiams 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 



135-4.8 

149-4.5 

123-4.4 

91-5.4 

Blk-Avg. 

67-2.5 
57-2.0 
58-1.9 
35-1.1 
29-0.9 
31-1.3 
33-1.1 
42-1.3 
99-2.7 
71-2.2 
•114-4.4 
55-1.8 
36-1.3 
49-1.5 
'#143-5.1 



Stl-Avg. 

27-1.4 
26-1.0 
43-1.4 
64-2.1 
42-1.4 
33-1.1 
23-0.8 
29-1.0 
45-1.2 
37-1.1 
38-1.5 
45-1.5 
46-1.6 
67-1.7 
42-1.5 



MARGIN OF VICTORY 



LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY 

Margin Opponent 

+ m UMES (2-27-87) 

-^64 DePauw (1974-75) 

+ 57 DePauw (1975-76) 

+ 53 Towson State (2-21-85) 

+ 52 Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 

+ 49 E.Kentucky (1973-74) 

+ 46 Appalachians!. (1974-75) 

+ 45 Brown (1972-73) 

+ 44 UMES (12-1-88) 

+ 43 Johns Hopkms (11-26-83) 

+ 40 Boston Umv. (1975-76) 

+ 40 South Carolina (1957-58) 

+ 40 Clemson (1953-54) 

LARGEST MARGINS OF DEFEAT 

Margin Opponent 

-63 Bainbndge Navy (1944-45) 

-57 Miami (Fla.) (1968-69) 

-53 Army (1943-44) 

-44 Seton Hall (1941-42) 

-39 Wake Forest (1962-63) 

-38 West Virginia (1946-47) 

-38 Navy (1932-33) 



Score 

117-51 

113-49 

99-42 

91-38 

113-62 

106-57 

96-50 

127-82 

97-53 

108-65 

122-82 

99-59 

81-41 



Score 

85-22 
92-35 
78-25 
59-15 
80-41 
81-43 
58-21 



91 



1990-91 nNAL ACC STANDINGS 





Conference Games 


All Games 


Team 


Won Lost 


Pet. 


Won 


Lost 


Pet. 


Duke 


11 3 


.786 


32 


7 


.821 


North Carolina* 


10 4 


.714 


29 


«6 


.829 


N.C^ State 


8 6 


.571 


20 


11 


.645 


Wake Forest 


8 6 


.571 


19 


11 


.633 


Virginia 


6 8 


.429 


21 


12 


,636 


Georgia Tech 


6 8 


.429 


17 


13 


.567 


Maryland 


5 9 


,3b7 


16 


12 


.571 


Clemson 


2 12 


.167 


11 


17 


,393 



* Won ACC Championship in Conference Tournament 
ACC's record vs. non-conference opponents: 101-27 (789) 
ACC's 1991 NCAA Tournament record: 13-5 (,722) 

Final 1990-91 Atlantic Coast 
Conference Individual Statistics 

(A player must have played in at least 76 percent of his team's games to 
be listed) 



Scoring 










Rank 


Player, School 


FG 


3P 


FT Pts. 


Avg. 


1. 


Rodney Monroe, NCSU 


285 


104 


162 836 


27.0 


2. 


Kenny Anderson, GaT 


278 


65 


155 776 


25.9 


3. 


Christian Laettner, Duke 


271 


18 


211 771 


19.8 




Bryant Stith, UVA 


228 


38 


159 653 


19.8 


5. 


Dale Davis, Clem. 


191 





119 501 


17.9 


6. 


Matt Roe, Md. 


170 


48 


109 497 


17.8 


7. 


Rick Fox, UNC 


206 


67 


111 590 


16.9 


8. 


Chns Corchiani, NCSU 


160 


51 


134 505 


16.3 




Rodney Rogers, WF 


199 


10 


81 489 


16.3 


10. 


Jon Barry, GaT 


180 


77 


41 478 


15.9 


11. 


John Crotty, UVA 


176 


46 


115 513 


15.5 


12. 


Malcolm Mackey, GaT 


190 





80 460 


15.3 


13. 


Tom Gugliotta, NCSU 


170 


66 


65 471 


15.2 


14. 


Chns Kmg, WF 


179 


17 


77 452 


15,1 


15. 


Kenny Turner, UVA 


179 


33 


93 484 


14,7 


16. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


123 


64 


95 405 


14,0 


17. 


Hubert Davis, UNC 


161 


64 


81 467 


13,3 




Bryant Feggins, NCSU 


174 





65 413 


13.3 


19, 


George Lynch, UNC 


172 


7 


85 436 


12.5 


20. 


Pete Chilcutt, UNC 


175 


5 


65 420 


12.0 


Field Goal Percentage 










Rank 


Player, School 




FGM 


FGA 


Pet. 


1. 


Chnstian Laettner, Duke 


271 


471 


.575 


2. 


Rodney Rogers, WF 




199 


349 


.570 


3. 


Malcolm Mackey, GaT 




190 


345 


.551 


4. 


Pete Chilcutt, UNC 




175 


325 


.538 


5. 


Bryant Feggms, NCSU 




174 


325 


.535 


6. 


Dale Davis, Clem. 




191 


359 


.532 


7. 


Tom GugUotta, NCSU 




170 


340 


.500 


8. 


Chris King, WF 




179 


366 


,489 


9. 


Bryant Stith, UVA 




228 


484 


.471 


10. 


Chris Corchiani, NCSU 




160 


343 


,466 


Free Throw Percentage 










Rank 


Player, School 




FTM 


FTA 


Pet. 


1. 


Rodney Monroe, NCSU 




162 


183 


.885 


2. 


Kenny Anderson, GaT 




155 


187 


,829 


3. 


Chns Corchiani, NCSU 




134 


163 


,822 


4. 


Rick Fox, UNC 




111 


138 


.804 


5. 


Christian Laettner, Duke 


211 


263 


.803 


6. 


Matt Roe, Md. 




109 


136 


.801 


7. 


Bryant Stith, UVA 




159 


201 


.791 


8. 


John Crotty, UVA 




115 


148 


.777 


9. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


95 


123 


.772 


10. 


Kenny Turner, UVA 




93 


124 


.750 




The Terps leading scorer, 
Matt Roe, had the ACC's 
sixth best average. 




Kevin McLinton and Vince 
Broadnax were two of the 
ACC's most underrated 
players last season. 



3-Point Percentage 








Rank 


Player, School 


3PM 


3PA 


Pet. 


1, 


Hubert Davis, UNC 


64 


131 


,489 


2, 


Rodney Monroe, NCSU 


104 


239 


,435 


3, 


Robert Slier, WF 


46 


109 


,422 


4- 


Bobby Hurley, Duke 


76 


188 


,404 


5. 


Tom Gugliotta, NCSU 


66 


166 


,398 


6. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


64 


166 


.386 


7. 


Chns Corchiani, NCSU 


51 


135 


.378 


8. 


Jon Barry, GaT 


77 


209 


.368 


9, 


David Young, Clem. 


50 


142 


.352 


10. 


Kenny Anderson, GaT 


65 


185 


.351 


Rebounding 








Rank 


Player, School 


GP 


No. 


Avg. 


1. 


Dale Davis, Clem. 


28 


340 


12.1 


2. 


Malcolm Mackey, GaT 


30 


321 


10,7 


3. 


Tom Gugliotta, NCSU 


31 


281 


9.1 


4. 


Chnstian Laettner, Duke 


39 


340 


8.7 


5. 


Cedrie Lewis, Md. 


28 


233 


8.3 


6, 


Rodney Rogers, WF 


30 


237 


7.9 


7, 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


31 


240 


7.7 


8, 


George Lynch, UNC 


35 


258 


7.4 




Kenny Turner, UVA 


33 


245 


7.4 


10, 


Rick Fox, UNC 


35 


232 


6.6 


Assists 








Rank 


Player, School 


GP 


No. 


Avg. 


1. 


Chns Corchiani, NCSU 


31 


299 


9.6 


2. 


Bobby Hurley, Duke 


39 


289 


7.4 


3. 


King Rice, UNC 


35 


207 


5.9 


4. 


Kenny Anderson, GaT 


30 


169 


5.6 


5. 


John Crotty, UVA 


33 


169 


5.1 


6. 


Derrick McQueen, WF 


29 


142 


4.9 


7. 


Kevin McLinton, Md. 


28 


123 


4.4 


8, 


Rick Fox, UNC 


35 


131 


3.7 




Jon Barry, GaT 


30 


110 


3.7 


10. 


David Young, Clem, 


28 


100 


3.6 


Steals 










Rank 


Player, School 


GP 


No. 


Avg. 


1, 


Kenny Anderson, GaT 


30 


89 


3.0 


2, 


Chns Corchiani, NCSU 


31 


91 


2.9 


3, 


Rick Fox, UNC 


35 


70 


2.0 


4, 


Chnstian Laettner, Duke 


39 


75 


1.9 


5, 


Rodney Rogers, WF 


30 


53 


1.8 




Jon Barry, GaT 


30 


53 


1.8 


7, 


Tom Gugliotta, NCSU 


31 


53 


1.7 


8, 


Thomas Hill, Duke 


38 


59 


1.6 


9, 


Bryant Stith, UVA 


33 


51 


1.5 




Randolph Childress, WF 


29 


44 


1.5 


Blocked Shots 








Rank 


Player, School 


GP 


No. 


Avg. 


1. 


Cedrie Lewis, Md. 


28 


143 


5.1 


2, 


Dale Davis, Clem. 


28 


74 


2.6 


3, 


Malcolm Mackey, GaT 


30 


54 


1,8 


4, 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


31 


49 


1,6 


5, 


Christian Laettner, Duke 


39 


44 


1.1 




Tom Gugliotta, NCSU 


31 


34 


1,1 




Matt Geiger, GaT 


27 


29 


1,1 


8, 


Pete Chilcutt, UNC 


35 


35 


1.0 




Chns King, WF 


30 


30 


1.0 


10. 


Ricky Jones, Clem. 


27 


25 


0.9 



92 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



Maryland in the Final 
1991 ACC Team Statistics 



Scoring Offense: 


6th 


(80.2 ppg) 


Scoring Defense: 


7th 


(79.4 ppg) 


Scoring Margin: 


7th 


(+0.8) 


Rebounds: 


3rd 


(39.2 rpg) 


Rebounding Margin: 


8th 


(-0.6) 


FG Percentage: 


8th 


(.453) 


FG Percentage Defense: 


6th 


(.447) 


3PT Percentage: 


8th 


(.291) 


3PT Percentage Defense: 


2nd 


(.346) 


FT Percentage: 


6th 


(.683) 


Blocked Shots: 


1st 


(6.5 bpg) 


Steals: 


4th 


(8.1 spg) 


Turnover Margin: 


4th 


(+ 1.5) 




Cedric Lewis set an ACC record for blocked shots last 
season with 143. 



100-POINT GAMES 


1972-73 (4) 


Total lOO-point Games: 61 
Most in a Season: 8 ( 1 973-74) 


100-73 Long Island 
105-76 Wake Forest 
107-80 at Canisius 


Most Consecutive lOO-point 


127-82 Brown 


Games: 2 


1971-72 (5) 


Last 100-point Game: 


100-69 Niagara 


January 26, 1991 


103-67 Western Kentucky 


Score Opponent 


102-79 at Holy Cross 


1990-91 (1) 


118-96 at George 


104-100 NC. State 


Washington 


1989-90(5) 


100-83 Brown 


105-74 Augusta College 


1970-71 (2) 


104-86 George Mason 


111-77 Miami (Fla.) 


110-91 Alcorn State 


109-70 Buffalo 


111-114 Duke(OT) 


1969-70(1) 


113-61 Md.-Baltimore Cty 


103-85 Clemson 


1987-88(1) 


1965-66(2) 


101-51 Md.-Eastern Shore 


107-92 West Virginia 


1986-87(1) 


107-81 at George 


117-51 Md.-Eastern Shore 


Washington 


1983-84(3) 


1959-60(1) 


102-77 vs. West Virginia 


103-80 Yale 


104-69 Md.-Eastern Shore 




108-65 Johns Hopkins 
1982-83 (2) 


OPPONENT 


101-90 at Duke 


100-POINT GAMES 


106-94 North Carolina 
1980-81 (2) 


Total 100-point Games: 22 


114-89 Marshall 


Most in a Season: 5 (1990-91) 


109-83 Fairleigh Dickinson 


Most Consecutive lOO-point 


1979-80 (3) 


Games: 2 


101-82 Duke 


Last lOO-point Game: 


115-76 Miami, OH 


February 27, 1991 


113-79 Catholic 




1978-79 (3) 


Score Opponent 


129-103 Canisius 


1990-91 (5) 


124-110 North Carolina 


85-100 Boston College 


107-97 Bucknell 


73-105 at North Carolina 


1977-78 (2) 


104-100 N.C. State 


109-108 vs. N.C. State (30T) 


81-101 at Duke 


130-106 East Carolina 


91-114 at N.C. State 


1976-77 (1) 


1989-90 (2) 


106-72 Bucknell 


111-114 Duke(OT) 


1975-76(7) 


84-104 at Duke 


105-91 Wake Forest 


1987-88 (1) 


102-91 Duke 


82-104 at Georgia Tech 


102-84 NC State 


1978-79(3) 


111-88 Long Island 


79-102 vs. North Carolina 


104-69 SetonHall 


129-103 Canisius 


122-82 Boston University 


124-110 NC State 


127-84 East Carolina 


1977-78 (3) 


1974-75(7) 


109-108 NC State (3 OT) 


104-87 East Tennessee 


90-101 at George 


103-82 atDuquesne 


Washington 


104-80 at Duke 


130-106 East Carolina 


103-85 N.C. State 


1973-74 (1) 


105-67 Georgia Tech 


100-103 vs. NC State 


113-49 DePauw 


1972-73 (1) 


104-71 at Georgetown 


89-103 vs. Providence 


106-81 Richmond 


1970-71 (2) 


1973-74 (8) 


76-100 North Carolina 


100-103 vs. N.C. State 


70-105 at North Carolina 


105-85 vs. North Carolina 


1969-70 (2) 


110-75 Virginia 


68-101 South Carolina 


104-83 Duke 


87-104 Wake Forest 


112-73 Fordham 


1968-69 (1) 


102-75 Holy Cross 


87-107 at North Carolina 


115-83 Georgetown 


1963-64(1) 


106-57 Eastern Kentucky 


72-104 Duke 





Tiie Terps didn't score 100 
points in the 1990 ECAC 
HoUday Festival, but they 
scored enough to win the 
championship. Walt 
Williams (top) was the MVP, 
and Evers Bums joined in 
the net cutting. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



93 



nipiin B 


Pfl 


misiv 110 




!■■ 


■ ni 


■^■^j^ma— ma 


■■MM M^^Ml 




1938-39 


37-34 H W 9-7 


TERP n 


EG 


iDRD VS 


• 


AL 


iL 


PPDNEN 


TS ^^ 






60-44 A W 10-7 






P^^F^H^^V ^H W 


■ a^H 


!■■ Wl 


■ ■ WBvaflBv 


m V 




1939-40 


32-30 H W 11-7 




















37-43 A L 11-8 


vs. Air Force 




VS. Buffalo 






1939-40 


63-26 H W 2-1 


1982-83 30-61 A W 


56-26 




32-44 N L 11-9 


1977-78 74-73 H W 


1-0 


1969-70 97-77 H 


W 


1-0 




30-43 A L 2-2 


92-88 H W 


66-76 


1940-41 


26-40 H L 11-10 


1978-79 81-68 A W 


2-0 


1970-71 109-70 H 


W 


2-0 


1940-41 


34-48 H L 2-3 


1983-34 85-72 H W 


67,6 




17-43 A L 11-11 


VS. Alabama 




1971-72 82-58 H 


w 


3-0 


1947-48 


49-42 H W 3-3 


66-66 A W 


68-26 


1941-42 


33-37 A L 11-12 




1972-73 93-64 H 


w 


4-0 




63-61 A W 4-3 


1984-86 94-84 H W 


59-26 




46-64 H L 11-13 


1924-25 27-21 W 


1-0 








1948-49 


74-50 H W 6-3 


64-71 A L 


69-27 


1942-43 


43-46 H L 11-14 


(SO 




VS. California-Irvine 






49-68 A L 6-4 


1986-86 78-68 H W 


60-27 


1944-46 


24-61 A L 11-16 


1984-86 59-56 W 


2-0 


1990-91 93-79 H 


w 


1-0 


1949-50 


56-60 H L 5-5 


60-70 A L 


60-28 




49-76 N L 11-16 


1986-86 60-58 W 


3-0 


VS California- 








68-70 A L 6-6 


1936-87 79-80 H L 


60-29 


1945-46 


25-59 A L 11-17 


VS. Alaska 

1984-86 54-52 A W 


1-0 


Los Angeles (UCLA) 

1973-74 64-65 A L 


0-1 


1950-51 


44-50 A L 6-7 
54-50 H W 6-7 
50-48 N W 7-7 


64-72 A L 

1987-88 68-63 H W 

70-66 A W 


60-30 
61-30 
62-30 


1946-47 
1947-43 


43-38 H W 12-17 
38-40 H L 12-13 
42-63 A L 12-19 


VS. Alcorn State 

1989-90 110-91 H W 


1-0 


1974-75 75-81 H ' 
1981-82 67-90 A 
1982-83 80-79 H 


L 
L 

w 


0-2 
0-3 
1-3 


1953-64 


31-41 A W 8-7 
75-54 H W 9-7 


1938-89 58-76 A L 
98-87 H W 


62-31 
63-31 


1949-60 


46-68 A L 12-20 
67-57 H W 13-20 








71-69 N W 10-7 


1989-90 77-82 A L 


63-32 


1960-51 


40-49 H L 13-21 


VS. American 




(20T) 






1954-66 


71-63 A W 11-7 


74-75 H L 


63-33 


1951-52 


51-66 A L 13-22 


1926-27 16-21 A L 


0-1 


VS. Cal-State 








63-66 H W 12-7 


1990-91 81-65 H W 


64-33 




43-61 N L 13-23 


1977-78 78-65 N W 


1-1 


Sacramento 






1955-56 


71-63 A W 13-7 


69-73 A L 


64-34 


1952-63 


74-65 N W 14-23 


1980-81 96-65 H W 
1982-83 73-71 H W 


2-1 
3-1 


1989-90 98-68 N 

1 f^h'^ rmin oHrt 


w 


1-0 


1956-57 


81-69 H W 14-7 
59-62 A W 15-7 


VS. Cleveland State 




1963-64 
1954-56 


61-63 H L 14-24 
49-47 H W 15-24 


1990-91 72-69 H W 


4-1 


lL.ndIimilaUe vji,; 






74-65 H W 16-7 


1934-85 96-84 A W 


1-0 




61-68 A L 15-26 


VS. Appalachian State 

1974-76 96-60 H W 1-0 
1976-76 76-74 H W 2-0 


vs. California- 
Santa Barbara 

1937-88 92-82 N 


w 


1-0 


1967-58 
1958-69 


66-73 A L 16-3 
72-54 H W 17-8 
46-65 A L 17-9 
77-58 H W 18-9 


VS. Columbia 

1924-26 24-23 A W 
1963-64 82-76 A W 


1-0 
2-0 


1956-66 
1956-57 


62-76 A L 16-26 
70-82 H L 16-27 
69-94 N L 15-28 
62-61 H W 16-28 


VS. Arizona 




VS. Canisius 






1969-60 


70-55 H W 19-9 


VS. Connecticut 






60-72 A L 16-29 


1963-64 54-57 A L 


0-1 


1971 


-72 86-77 H 


w 


1-0 




67-59 A W 20-9 


1989-90 65-37 N L 


0-1 


1967-58 


74-49 H W 17-29 


1972 


-73 107-80 A 


w 


2-0 


1960-61 


69-76 A L 20-10 


(ACC/BigEast) 






69-68 A L 17-30 


VS. Arizona State 




1973 


74 86-73 H 


w 


3-0 




82-80 H W 21-10 








71-65 N W 18-30 


1963-54 65-50 A W 


1-0 


1978 


79 129-103 H 


w 


4-0 




91-76 N W 22-10 


VS. Coppin State 




1968-69 


64-31 H W 19-30 






1981 


82 91-73 H 


w 


6-0 


1961-62 


61-73 A L 22-11 


1989-90 63-70 H L 


0-1 




69-73 A L 19-31 


VS. Arkansas 




1982 


83 67-66 A 


w 


6-0 




63-75 H L 22-12 






1969-60 


56-48 A W 20-31 


1987-88 88-61 H W 


1-0 


1983 


84 77-65 H 


w 


7-0 


1962-63 


60-62 A L 22-13 


VS. Creighton 






71-61 H W 21-31 














69-67 H W 23-13 


1974-76 33-79 N W 


1-0 


1960-61 


62-70 A L 21-32 


VS. Army 




VS. Catholic 






1963-64 


56-48 H W 24-13 


(NCAA) 






76-71 H W 22-32 


1966-67 57-66 A W 


1-0 


1910-11 35-30 H 


w 


1-0 




63-83 A L 24-14 






1961-62 


68-64 A L 22-33 


1969-70 54-69 H L 


1-1 


1913-14 not avail. A 


L 


1-1 




67-81 N L 24-15 


VS. Davidson 






53-79 H L 22-34 


1977-78 99-77 H W 


2-1 


not avail. H 


L 


1-2 


1964-66 


67-66 A W 26-15 


1966-67 66-65 A W 


1-0 




68-71 N L 22-36 


1989-90 78-60 N W 


3-1 


1918-19 7-26 


L 


1-3 




88-71 H W 26-15 


1968-69 69-83 A L 


1-1 


1962-63 


66-J2 A L 22-36 


(Central Fidelity CL 




12-14 


L 


1-4 




61-30 N W 27-16 








70-76 H L 22-37 


VS. Augusta College 




1923-24 13-30 
14-20 


L 
L 


1-5 

1-6 


1966-66 


66-71 A L 27-16 
69-81 H L 27-17 


VS. Dayton 

1965-66 77-75 A W 


1-0 


1963-64 


72-104 H L 22-38 
63-164 A L 22-39 


1989-90 105-74 H W 


1-0 


1924-26 18-14 A 


W 


2-6 


1966-67 


68-48 H W 28-17 


1983-84 61-69 H W 


2-0 


1964-66 


64-82 A L 22-40 


VS. Ball State 




27-17 H 


W 


3-6 




61-65 A L 28-13 


1984-85 63-67 A L 


2-1 




35-82 H W 23-40 


1976-77 86-70 H L 


1-0 


1929 
1930 


30 37-30 H 

31 24-21 A 


W 
W 


4-6 
6-6 


1967-68 


93-94 A L 28-19 
81-68 H W 29-19 


VS. Delaware 




1965-66 


61-76 A L 23-41 
69-74 H L 23-42 


VS. Baltimore City 

1913-14 not avail. H L 


0-1 


1931 
1932 


32 39-34 H 

33 27-29 A 


W 
L 


6-6 
6-7 


1968-69 


83-78 H W 30-19 
84-83 A W 31-19 


1910-11 14-23 A L 
1969-70 94-58 H W 


0-1 
1-1 


1966-67 


69-72 H L 23-43 
58-131 A L 23-44 


1935-36 65-33 H W 


1-1 


1933 


34 33-25 H 


W 


7-7 


1969-70 


75-63 A W 32-19 


1970-71 86-73 H W 


2-1 


1967-63 


62-134 H L 23-45 


1937-38 50-32 A W 

VS. Biscayne College 


2-1 


1934 
1935 
1937 


35 29-45 A 

36 29-40 H 
38 49-33 H 


L 
L 
W 


7-8 
7-9 
8-9 


1970-71 


103-86 H W 33-19 
56-62 H W 34-19 
45-51 A L 34-20 


VS. Delaware College 

1913-14 not avail. A L 


0-1 


1968-69 


64-135 A L 23-46 
85-96 A L 23-47 
83-93 H L 23-48 


1978-79 86-60 H W 


1-0 


1938 


39 40-38 A 


W 


9-9 


1971-72 


61-63 A L 34-21 


VS. Delaware State 




1969-70 


52-50 H W 24-48 


vs. Boston College 




1939 
1943 


40 46-31 A 
44 33-31 H 


L 
W 


9-10 
10-10 




67-67 H W 35-21 
54-62 N W 36-21 


1989-90 87-53 H W 


1-0 


1970-71 


76-87 A L 24-49 
88-79 A W 25-49 


1957-58 86-63 W 


1-0 


33-63 A 


L 


10-11 


1972-73 


79-76 A W 37-21 


VS. DePaul 






67-70 H L 26-50 


(NCAA) 




1979-80 113-79 H 


W 


11-11 




69-66 H W 38-21 


1976-77 92-74 H W 


1-0 


1971-72 


77-68 H W 26-50 


1973-74 68-37 H W 
1983-84 89-76 H W 


2-0 
3-0 


VS. Central Florida 




1973-74 


77-61 N W 39-21 
89-60 H W 40-21 


VS. DePauw 




1972-73 


59-68 A L 26-61 
31-86 A L 26-52 


1990-91 85-100 N W 


3-1 


1986-87 73-56 H " 


W 


1-0 




66-54 A W 41-21 


1974-76 113-49 H W 


1-0 




96-69 H W 27-62 


(ACC/BigEast) 




VS. CCNY 






1974-75 


82-83 A L 41-22 


1975-76 99-42 H W 


2-0 


1973-74 


104-31 H W 28-62 


VS. Boston University 




1924-25 22-16 H 


w 


1-0 




70-64 H W 42-22 


VS. Duke 






64-61 A W 29-62 


1975-76 122-82 H W 


1-0 


1941-42 40-57 A 


L 


1-1 


1976-76 


77-82 H L 42-23 


1926-26 41-20 H W 


1-0 




86-6, N W 30-52 


1989-90 61-65 A L 
1990-91 86-59 H W 


1-2 
2-2 


VS. UNC-Charlotte 




1976-77 


98-89 A W 43-23 
71-93 A L 43-24 


1929-30 27-28 H L 
24-39 A L 


1-1 

1-2 


1974-76 


83-77 H W 31-52 
104-80 A W 32-62 






1976-76 70-60 H 


W 


1-0 




84-78 H W 44-24 


1930-31 32-24 H W 


2-2 


1975-76 


102-91 H W 33-52 


VS. Brown 

1971-72 100-83 H W 


1-0 


VS. Cincinnati 






1977-78 


90-76 H W 46-24 
80-75 A W 46-24 


1931-32 20-18 A W 
1932-33 30-28 H W 


3-2 
4-2 




67-69 A L 33-53 
80-78 N W 34-63 


1972-73 127-82 H W 


2-0 


1954-55 78-61 A 


W 


1-0 


1978-79 


77-63 A W 47-24 


1933-34 37-33 H W 


6-2 


1976-77 


66-64 A W 35-53 


1979-80 72-59 H W 

VS. Bucknell 


3-0 


VS. The Citadel 

1937-38 46-43 N 
(SO 


W 


1-0 


1979-80 


77-69 H W 48-24 
76-67 N W 49-24 
34-83 H W 60-24 


1934-35 39-48 H L 

1935-36 33-34 H W 

47-36 N W 


5-3 
6-3 
7-3 


1977-78 


86-72 H W 36-63 
78-88 H L 36-64 
70-81 A L 36-56 


1976-77 106-72 H W 


1-0 








81-90 A L 60-25 


1936-37 31-34 A L 


7-4 




69-81 N L 36-66 


1977-78 96-62 H W 


2-0 


VS. Clemson 








91-35 N W 51-25 


30-34 A L 


7-6 


1978-79 


78-87 A L 36-57 


1978-79 107-97 H W 


3-0 


1938-39 46-36 H 


w 


1-0 


1980-81 


68-62 A W 52-26 


1937-38 40-36 H W 


8-5 




70-63 H W 37-57 


1979-80 95-73 H W 


4-0 


2-39 N 


L 


1-1 




72-70 H W 63-26 


34-44 A L 


8-6 


1979-80 


101-32 H W 38-67 


1986-87 77-68 H W 


6-0 








1931-82 


62-67 H W 54-25 
67-75 A L 54-26 


32-35 N L 


8-7 




61-66 A L 38-68 
72-73 N L 38.59 



94 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



1980-81 

1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 

1984-85 

1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 

1990-91 



94-79 
54-55 
56-53 
40-36 
77-60 
67-86 

101-90 
81-75 
84-89 
74-62 
73-76 
62-70 
73-86 
75-81 
68-80 
61-85 
67-76 
72-69 
83-90 
72-82 
60-86 
80-91 
111-114 
(OT) 

84-104 

(ACC) 
78-94 

81-101 



W 39-59 

L 39-60 

W 40-60 

W 41-60 

W 42-60 

L 42-61 

W 43-61 

W 44-61 

L 44-62 

W 45-62 

W 46-62 



46-63 
46-64 
46-65 
46-66 
46-67 
46-68 
W 47-68 
L 47-69 
L 47-70 
L 47-71 
L 43-72 
L 47-73 



N L 47-74 



VS. Duquesne 



1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1982-83 
1983-84 



85-71 
81-71 
98-72 
103-82 
85-64 
78-67 



L 47-75 
L 47-76 



VS. East Carolina 



1976-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1987-88 



127-84 
80-69 
130-106 
82-71 
85-72 
75-59 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 
4-0 
5-0 
6-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 
4-0 
5-0 
6-0 



VS. Eastern Kentucky 

1973-74 106-57 H W 1-0 



VS. East Tennessee 

1974-75 106-87 H W 
1989-90 91-86 N W 
(Chaminade) 

VS. Evansville 

1953-54 66-58 A W 



1-0 
2-0 



1-0 



vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 

1980-81 109-83 H W 1-0 
1986-86 74-51 H W 2-0 
1986-87 70-59 H W 3-0 



VS. Florida 

1931-32 24-39 

VS. Fordham 



0-1 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1959-60 
1969-70 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 



62-68 
61-58 
76-54 
94-71 
83-72 
112-73 
65-46 
81-66 



VS. George Mason 

1981-82 74-62 H W 

1985-86 81-80 A W 

1989-90 104-86 N W 
(Chaminade) 



VS. Galludet 

1910-11 30-66 
27-64 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 



0-1 
0-2 



1913-14 



1918-19 



1923- 

1924- 

1925- 

1926- 

1927- 

1930-31 

1944-45 



3-24 
4-25 
5-26 
6-27 
7-28 



not avail. 

not avail. 

not avail. 
27-26 
9-33 
42-28 
25-14 
40-13 
39-26 
45-20 
38-27 
26-27 



L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 



0-3 
0-4 
0-5 
1-5 
1-6 
2-6 
3-6 
4-6 
5-6 
6-6 
7-6 
7-7 



VS. George Washington 



1913-14 
1918-19 

1923-24 

1938-39 
1939-40 
1940-41 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1945-46 
1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 

1963-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 

1962-63 

1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 



not avail. 
20-53 
11-25 
41-22 
19-20 
24-37 
26-44 
28-61 
29-47 
43-48 
48-35 
44-43 
48-63 
49-65 
35-59 
54-66 
51-71 
47-67 
56-57 
62-63 
66-53 
68-61 
53-50 
53-75 
67-73 
62-48 
67-46 
68-48 
84-67 
64-55 
65-66 
64-57 
86-84 
80-68 
44-63 
67-56 
81-67 
74-72 
68-67 
80-76 
82-80 

107-81 
78-52 
84-53 
99-96 
92-71 
69-67 

118-96 
88-79 
92-71 
82-72 
76-86 

90-101 
84-72 



0-1 

0-2 

0-3 

1-3 

1-4 

1-5 

1-6 

1-7 

1-8 

1-9 

2-9 

3-9 

3-10 

3-11 

3-12 

3-13 

3-14 

3-15 

3-16 

3-17 

4-17 

5-17 

6-17 

6-18 

6-19 

7-19 

8-19 

9-19 

10-19 

11-19 

11-20 

12-20 

13-20 

14-20 

14-21 

16-21 

16-21 

17-21 

18-21 

19-21 

20-21 

21-21 

22-21 

23-21 

24-21 

26-21 

26-21 

27-21 

28-21 

29-21 

30-21 

30-22 

30-23 

31-23 



VS. Georgetown 






1910-11 


25-31 


A 


L 


0-1 


1913-14 


not avail. 


A 


L 


0-2 


1934-35 


24-25 


H 


L 


0-3 


1936-36 


47-39 


A 


W 


1-3 


1936-37 


27-39 


H 


L 


1-4 


1937-38 


39-57 


A 


L 


1-5 


1938-39 


25-39 


H 


L 


1-6 


1939-40 


28-27 


A 


W 


2-6 


1940-41 


34-51 


A 


L 


2-7 


1941-42 


61-42 


A 


W 


3-7 


1942-43 


36-46 


H 


L 


3-8 


1947-48 


40-52 


A 


L 


3-9 



1948-49 

1949-60 
1950-51 
1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 
1955-56 

1966-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1969-60 
1960-61 

1961-62 

1962-63 

1963-64 

1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1979-80 



51-53 A 

52-56 H 

71-66 A 

58-47 H 

55-40 H 

61-71 A 

45-54 H 

48-49 A 

56-58 A 

53-50 H 

60-43 H 

62-57 A 

72-61 H 



82-69 H 



62-59 A 

65-45 A 

56-46 H 

61-53 H 

67-56 A 

59-48 H 

78-67 A 

55-47 H 

78-79 H 
83-70 
70-79 



A 
A 

73-72 H 

72-83 A 

78-81 H 

85-67 A 

77-59 H 

49-80 A 

68-60 H 

81-71 H 

79-96 A 

79-46 H 

99-73 A 

115-83 H 

104-71 
72-63 



A 
A 
91-87 N 



VS. Georgia 



1923-24 



1926-27 
1930-31 



1932-33 
1981-82 



65-68 N 

71-83 N 

68-74 N 
(NCAA) 



25-29 
(SO 
34-33 
26-26 
(SO 
36-40 
69-83 
(NIT) 



W 
W 



1972-73 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1977-78 
1979-80 



1980-81 



1981-82 



1982-83 



1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-i 



90- 
105- 
93' 
65' 
70- 
83- 
52- 
66- 
72' 
43- 
63 
77- 
60' 
58 
70' 
79' 
69^ 
60- 
43' 
67- 
70- 
62- 



67 H 

65 H 

63 H 

60 H 

73 A 



64 H 
45 H 



64 



70 



A 
H 
A 
64 N 

71 A 
74 H 
70 N 

72 H 
48 A 
68 A 
77 H 
64 N 



3-10 

3-11 

4-11 

5-11 

6-11 

6-12 

6-13 

6-14 

6-15 

7-15 

8-15 

9-15 

10-15 

11-15 

12-15 

13-15 

14-15 

15-15 

16-15 

17-15 

18-15 

19-15 

19-16 

20-16 

20-17 

21-17 

21-18 

21-19 

22-19 

23-19 

23-20 

24-20 

25-20 

25-21 

26-21 

27-21 

28-21 

29-21 

30-21 

31-21 

31-22 

31-23 

31-24 



0-1 



1-1 
2-1 



VS. Georgia State 

1988-89 69-62 N W 
(Freedom Bov»l) 

VS. Georgia Tech 

55 H 



2-2 
2-3 



1-0 



1-0 

2-0 

3-0 

4-0 

5-0 

6-0 

7-0 

8-0 

9-0 

9-1 

9-2 

10-2 

10-3 

10-4 

10-5 

11-5 

11-6 

11-7 

11-8 

11-9 

11-10 

11-11 



1986-87 


67-76 


H 


L 




58-61 


A 


L 


1987-88 


83-96 


H 


L 




82-104 


A 


L 




84-67 


N 


W 


1988-89 


74-87 


A 


L 




66-67 


H 


L 


1989-90 


84-90 


H 


L 




78-80 


A 


L 


1990-91 


65-80 


A 


L 




96-93 


H 


W 


VS. Hawaii 






1984-85 


79-71 


A 


W 



VS. Hawaii-Pacific 

1985-86 92-85 A W 



VS. Hofstra 






1981-82 94-52 


H 


W 


VS. Holy Cross 






1971-72 102-79 


A 


W 


1973-74 102-75 


H 


W 


1982-83 55-53 


A 


W 


1984-85 99-75 


H 


W 


vs. Houston 






1965-66 69-68 


A 


w 


1982-83 50-60 


N 


L 


(NCAA) 






VS. Illinois 






1983-84 70-72 


N 


L 


(NCAA) 






VS. Indiana 






1934-35 25-30 


H 


L 


1969-60 63-72 


A 


L 


1980-81 64-99 


N 


L 


(NCAA) 






VS. Iowa 






1984-85 78-68 


N 


W 


Jacksonville 






1971-72 91-77 




W 


(NIT) 






1989-90 68-53 


H 


w 


1990-91 70-71 


A 


L 



11-12 
11-13 
11-14 
11-15 
12-15 
13-15 
13-16 
13-17 
13-18 
13-19 
14-19 



1-0 



1-0 



1-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 

4-0 



1-0 
1-1 



0-1 



0-1 
0-2 
0-3 



1-0 



1-0 



2-0 
2-1 



VS. James Madison 

1986-87 90-76 A W 

VS. Johns Hopkins 



1927-28 


20-22 


A 


L 




23-19 


H 


W 


1928-29 


20-30 


H 


L 




19-18 


A 


W 


1929-30 


41-24 


H 


W 




39-24 


A 


W 


1930-31 


32-27 


H 


W 


1931-32 


33-26 


A 


W 




38-24 


H 


W 


1932-33 


27-37 


A 


L 




35-31 


H 


W 


1933-34 


32-37 


A 


L 




32-19 


H 


W 


1934-35 


41-35 


A 


W 




52-25 


H 


W 


1935-36 


45-40 


H 


W 


1936-37 


54-31 


H 


W 


1937-38 


56-30 


H 


W 


1982-83 


108-65 


H 


W 



VS. Kansas 

1964-65 61-63 H L 

1965-66 62-71 A L 

1984-86 56-58 N L 

VS. Kansas State 

1965-66 63-57 A L 



1-0 



0-1 

1-1 

1-2 

2-2 

3-2 

4-2 

5-2 

6-2 

7-2 

7-3 

8-3 

8-4 

9-4 

10-4 

11-4 

12-4 

13-4 

14-4 

15-4 



0-1 
0-2 
0-3 



0-1 



VS. Kentucky 






1927-28 


37-7 


H 


W 


1929-30 


21-26 
(SO 


N 


L 


1930-31 


29-27 
(SO 




W 


1955-56 


61-62 


H 


L 


1966-57 


55-76 


A 


L 


1957-58 


71-62 


H 


W 


1968-59 


56-58 


A 


L 


1987-88 


90-81 


N 


L 


(NCAA) 









1-0 
0-1 

1-1 

2-2 
2-3 
3-3 
3-4 
3-6 



VS. Kentucky Wesleyan 

1963-54 64-37 A W 1-0 



VS. Kent State 

1972-73 76-58 H 



W 



VS. Lafayette 

1924-25 30-15 H W 
1981-82 82-58 H W 
1990-91 64-48 H W 

VS. Lamar 

1988-89 74-65 H W 
(Sun Bowl) 

VS. LaSalle 

1983-84 96-83 H W 

VS. Lehigh 

1970-71 85-66 H W 

VS. Long Island 



1971-72 
1972-73 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1981-82 



79-77 H W 

100-73 H W 

99-84 H W 

111-88 H W 

49-45 H W 

94-64 H W 

87-79 H W 



VS. Louisiana State 

1930-31 37-33 W 

(SO 

1963-64 76-65 A W 

1987-88 55-54 A L 



VS. Louisville 

1961-62 64-83 A 

1974-75 82-96 N 

(NCAA) 

1978-79 84-99 H 

1980-81 67-78 A 



1-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 



1-0 



1-0 



1-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 
4-0 
6-0 
6-0 
7-0 



1-0 



2-0 
2-1 



0-1 
0-2 



0-3 
0-4 



VS. Loyola (Md.) College 



1913-14 not avail. 



1930-31 


30-33 


1931-32 


27-28 


1947-48 


52-63 


1948-49 


75-77 


1958-59 


54-40 


1970-71 


88-69 


1971-72 


73-60 


1984-85 


88-74 


1987-88 


74-60 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



0-1 
0-2 
0-3 
0-4 
0-5 
1-5 
2-5 
3-5 
4-5 
5-5 



VS. Maine 

1969-70 97-68 H W 1-0 

VS. Manhatten 

1967-58 59-55 N W 1-0 
(NCAA) 

VS. Marshall 

1968-69 89-80 A W 1-0 
1980-81 114-89 H W 2-0 

VS. Maryland-Baltimore 
County 

1986-87 78-64 H W 1-0 
1989-90 113-61 H W 3-0 
1990-91 92-66 H W 4-0 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



95 



TERP RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



vs. Maryland-Eastern 
Shore 

1979-80 82-58 H W 1-0 

1980-81 81-65 H W 2-0 

1981-82 76-64 H W 3-0 

1982-83 91-70 H W 4-0 

1983-84 104-69 H W 5-0 

1984-86 87-48 H W 6-0 

1985-86 91-44 H W 7-0 

1986-87 117-51 H W 8-0 

1987-88 101-51 H W 9-0 



VS. Massachusetts 

1989-90 91-81 H W 

(NIT) 

VS. Memphis State 

1967-58 46-47 A L 
1966-67 53-55 A L 



VS. Miami (Fla.) 




1963-54 63-57 A 


W 


1961-62 71-68 A 


W 


1964-66 73-80 A 


L 


1967-68 73-93 A 


L 


1968-69 36-92 A 


L 


1970-71 111-77 H 


W 



1-0 



0-1 
0-2 



1-0 
2-0 
2-1 
2-2 
2-3 
3-3 

VS. Miami (Ohio) 

1979-80 116-76 H W 1-0 
1984-86 69-68 N W 2-0 
(OT) (NCAA) 

VS. Michigan 

1926-27 26-39 A L 0-1 
1933-34 29-25 H W 1-1 
1937-38 26-33 H L 1-2 

VS. Michigan State 

1966-66 75-96 H L 0-1 

VS. Minnesota 

1960-61 64-53 A W 1-0 
1961-62 75-69 H W 2-0 

VS. Mississippi 

1928-29 35-37 L 0-1 
1987-88 74-69 N W 1-1 

VS. Mississippi State 

1958-59 45-56 A L 0-1 
1961-62 62-64 A L 0-2 

VS. Missouri 

1987-88 85-93 A L 0-1 

vs, Monmouth 

1988-89 74-70 H W 1-0 

vs. Montana State 

1956-57 89-72 A W 1-0 

VS. Morgan State 

1988-89 73-61 H W 1-0 

Mount St. Joseph 

1910-11 22-20 H W 1-0 



1913-14 


not avail. H 


L 


1-1 


VS. Niagara 






not avail. A 


L 


1-2 


1971-72 


100-69 N 


W 


VS. Mount St. Mary's 






(NIT) 




1987-88 


82-54 A 


W 


1-0 


VS. Notre Dame 












1974-75 


90-82 H 


W 


VS. Navy 








83-71 N 


W 


1924-26 


16-23 A 


L 


0-1 


1976-76 


69-63 A 


W 


1925-26 


21-12 A 


W 


1-1 


1976-77 


79-80 H 


L 


1926-27 


30-32 A 


L 


1-2 


1977-78 


64-69 A 


L 


1927-28 


26-35 A 


L 


1-3 


1978-79 


61-66 H 


L 


1928-29 


30-27 A 


W 


2-3 


1979-80 


63-64 A 


L 


1929-30 


43-39 A 


W 


3-3 


1980-81 


70-73 H 


L 


1930-31 


33-36 A 


L 


3-4 


1981-82 


51-55 A 


L 



1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1940-41 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1943-44 
1944-45 
1945-46 
1946-47 
1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-60 
1950-61 
1951-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1966-66 
1966-67 
1967-58 

1958-59 
1969-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-66 

1965-66 
1966-67 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1976-76 
1976-77 
1978-79 
1980-81 
1982-83 
1984-85 



26-16 


H 


W 


4-4 


21-69 


A 


L 


4-5 


27-46 


A 


L 


4-6 


36-43 


A 


L 


4-7 


32-20 


A 


W 


5-7 


37-63 


A 


L 


5-8 


34-37 


A 


L 


5-9 


37-47 


A 


L 


5-10 


27-52 


A 


L 


5-11 


47-61 


A 


L 


5-12 


63-54 


A 


W 


6-12 


35-69 


A 


L 


6-13 


33-70 


A 


L 


6-14 


35-44 


A 


L 


6-16 


27-56 


A 


L 


6-16 


47-51 


A 


L 


6-17 


46-52 


A 


L 


6-18 


62-76 


A 


L 


6-19 


47-61 


A 


L 


6-20 


48-45 


A 


W 


7-20 


47-61 


A 


L 


7-21 


61-60 


A 


W 


8-21 


60-64 


A 


W 


9-21 


80-61 


H 


W 


10-21 


66-66 


A 


L 


10-22 


88-68 


H 


W 


11-22 


64-61 


A 


W 


12-22 


50-53 


H 


L 


12-23 


51-50 


A 


W 


13-23 


63-62 


H 


W 


14-23 


58-67 


A 


L 


14-24 


67-61 


H 


W 


15-24 


65-68 


A 


L 


15-25 


77-58 


H 


W 


16-25 


70-57 


A 


W 


17-25 


74-69 


H 


W 


18-25 


76-72 


H 


W 


19-25 


68-72 


A 


L 


19-26 


73-57 


H 


W 


20-26 


85-60 


A 


W 


21-26 


76-67 


A 


W 


22-26 


72-60 


A 


W 


23-26 


83-73 


A 


W 


24-26 


87-69 


A 


W 


25-26 



64-64 N 



82-62 
86-64 
98-73 
64-69 



W 26-26 

W 27-26 

W 28-26 

W 29-26 

W 30-26 



VS. Nevada-Las Vegas 



1977-78 
1978-79 
1984-85 
1985-86 



81-68 
88-94 
76-78 
63-64 
64-70 
(NCAA) 



VS. New Mexico A&M 

1966-67 43-45 A L 0-1 

VS. New York University 

1910-11 7-25 H L 0-1 

1937-38 27-42 H L 0-2 



1-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 
3-1 
3-2 
3-3 
3-4 
3-6 
3-6 



1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-86 
1986-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 



68-67 H 

47-62 A 

77-65 H 

62-69 A 

60-63 H 

78-75 A 



VS. North Carolina 

1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 



1928-29 
1929-30 

1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 

1937-38 
1938-39 

1940-41 

1941-42 
1942-43 

1944-45 
1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-53 
1964-56 
1965-56 
1956-67 
1957-68 

1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 

1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 



20-26 
16-21 
23-22 
28-23 
23-32 
21-19 
22-28 
36-24 
22-19 
33-31 
19-17 
26-26 
26-32 
42-29 
24-28 
31-39 
32-44 
24-41 
36-44 
24-42 
34-32 
66-41 
36-65 
29-44 
30-34 
47-40 
40-31 
28-53 
28-64 
31-33 
42-58 
61-57 
46-70 
47-51 
47-56 
42-66 
61-79 
53-65 
56-69 
67-69 
66-65 
47-61 
71-61 
49-69 
68-66 
70-60 
63-61 
62-68 
65-64 
61-70 
71-66 
74-61 
59-66 
86-74 
57-64 
69-51 
66-75 
64-81 
56-81 
62-68 
56-34 
79-64 
67-70 
56-78 
68-82 
88-97 
74-64 
76-68 
91-80 



4-6 
4-7 
5-7 
5-8 
5-9 
6-9 



0-1 

0-2 

1-2 

2-2 

2-3 

3-3 

3-4 

4-4 

6-4 

6-4 

7-4 

8-4 

8-6 

9-5 

9-6 

9-7 

9-8 

9-9 

9-10 

9-11 

10-11 

11-11 

11-12 

11-13 

11-14 

12-14 

13-14 

13-15 

13-16 

13-17 

13-18 

14-18 

14-19 

14-20 

14-21 

14-22 

14-23 

14-24 

14-26 

15-26 

16-26 

16-26 

17-26 

17-27 

18-27 

19-27 

20-27 

20-28 

20-29 

20-30 

21-30 

22-30 

22-31 

23-31 

23-32 

24-32 

24-33 

24-34 

24-35 

24-36 

25-36 

26-36 

26-37 

26-38 

26-39 

26-40 

27-40 

28-40 

29-40 



1966-66 


52-67 


A 


L 




76-66 


H 


W 




70-77 


N 


L 


1966-67 


77-85 


A 


L 




78-79 


H 


L 


1967-68 


67-73 


H 


L 




60-83 


A 


L 


1968-69 


87-107 


A 


L 




86-88 


H 


L 


1969-70 


69-77 


H 


L 




83-90 


A 


L 


1970-71 


70-105 


A 


L 




76-100 


H 


L 


1971-72 


72-92 


A 


L 




79-77 


H 


W 




64-73 


N 


L 


1972-73 


94-88 


H 


W 




85-96 


A 


L 


1973-74 


73-82 


A 


L 




91-80 


H 


W 




106-86 


N 


W 


1974-76 


66-69 


H 


L 




96-74 


A 


W 


1976-76 


93-96 


A 


L 




69-81 


H 


L 


1976-77 


68-71 


H 


L 




70-97 


A 


L 


1977-78 


71-85 


A 


L 




34-66 


H 


L 


1978-79 


53-64 


H 


L 




67-76 


A 


L 




73-102 


N 


L 


1979-80 


92-86 


A 


W 




70-69 


H 


W 


1980-81 


66-76 


A 


L 




63-76 


H 


L 




10-61 


N 


L 


1981-82 


60-66 


H 


L 




106-69 


A 


L 


1982-83 


71-72 


A 


L 




106-94 


H 


W 


1983-84 


62-74 


H 


L 




63-78 


A 


L 


1984-85 


74-75 


A 


L 




64-60 


H 


L 


1985-86 


67-71 


H 


L 




17-72 


A 


W 




86-75 


H 


W 


1986-87 


86-93 


H 


L 




65-98 


A 


L 




63-82 


H 


L 


1987-88 


65-71 


H 


L 




73-74 


A 


L 




64-74 


H 


L 


1988-89 


72-88 


A 


L 




75-86 


H 


L 




53-88 


H 


L 




(ACC) 






1989-90 


98-88 


H 


W 




80-76 


A 


W 


1990-91 


73-106 


H 


L 




75-87 


H 


L 


VS. North Carolina S 


1924-26 


16-30 


H 


L 


1926-27 


23-38 


A 


L 


1927-28 


36-24 


H 


W 


1929-30 


26-28 


H 


L 




21-19 


A 


W 


1936-37 


33-36 


A 


L 




41-36 


H 


W 




36-42 


H 


L 


1938-39 


40-46 


A 


L 




53-29 


H 


W 


1939-40 


43-36 


A 


W 


1943-44 


21-42 


H 


L 


1944-46 


32-46 


A 


L 




42-57 


H 


L 



29-41 
30-41 
30-42 
30-43 
30-44 
30-46 
30-46 
30-47 
30-48 
30-49 
30-60 
30-61 
30-62 
30-63 
31-63 
31-64 
32-64 
32-65 
32-66 
33-66 
34-56 
34-57 
35-57 
36-58 
35-59 
36-60 
35-61 
36-62 
35-63 
36-64 
35-66 
35-66 
36-66 
37-66 
37-67 
37-68 
37-69 
37-70 
37-71 
37-72 
38-72 
38-73 
38-74 
38-75 
38-76 
38-77 
39-77 
40-77 
40-78 
40-79 
40-80 
40-81 
40-82 
40-83 
40-84 
40-86 
40-86 

41-86 
42-86 
42-87 
42-88 



0-1 
0-2 
1-2 
1-3 
2-3 
2-4 
3-4 
3-5 
3-6 
4-6 
6-6 
6-7 
6-8 
5-9 



1945-46 


47-39 


A 


W 


6-9 




37-33 


H 


W 


7-9 




27-64 


H 


L 


7-10 


1946-47 


43-65 


H 


L 


7-11 


1960-51 


45-64 


H 


L 


7-12 


1964-55 


68-64 


H 


W 


8-12 




58-78 


A 


L 


8-13 


1965-56 


64-73 


H 


L 


8-14 




71-62 


A 


W 


9-14 


1966-57 


79-66 


H 


W 


10-14 




56-49 


A 


W 


11-14 


1957-58 


48-67 


H 


L 


11-16 




64-69 


A 


L 


11-16 


1958-59 


53-56 


H 


L 


11-17 




37-53 


A 


L 


11-18 


1959-60 


63-53 


H 


W 


12-18 




46-48 


A 


L 


12-19 




58-74 


H 


L 


12-20 


1960-61 


67-75 


A 


L 


12-21 




75-57 


H 


W 


13-21 




66-83 


A 


L 


13-22 


1961-62 


68-73 


H 


L 


13-23 




61-68 


A 


L 


13-24 


1962-63 


74-76 


H 


L 


13-26 




59-79 


A 


L 


13-26 


1963-64 


72-62 


H 


W 


14-26 




65-66 


A 


L 


14-27 


1964-65 


62-63 


H 


L 


14-28 




67-73 


A 


L 


14-29 




67-76 


H 


L 


14-30 


1965-66 


69-48 


H 


W 


16-30 




68-60 


A 


L 


16-31 


1966-67 


64-38 


A 


W 


16-31 




60-55 


H 


W 


17-31 


1967-68 


62-75 


H 


L 


17-32 




52-68 


A 


L 


17-33 




54-63 


N 


L 


17-34 


1968-69 


69-85 


A 


L 


17-36 




81-86 


H 


L 


17-36 


1969-70 


57-91 


A 


L 


17-37 




54-64 


H 


L 


17-38 




57-67 


N 


L 


17-39 


1970-71 


81-83 


H 


L 


17-40 




61-71 


A 


L 


17-41 


1971-72 


83-70 


H 


W 


18-41 




66-65 


A 


W 


19-41 


1972-73 


85-87 


H 


L 


19-42 




78-89 


A 


L 


19-43 




74-76 


N 


L 


19-44 


1973-74 


74-80 


A 


L 


19-45 




80-86 


H 


L 


19-46 




100-103 


N 


L 


19-47 


1974-76 


103-85 


H 


W 


20-47 




98-97 


A 


W 


21-47 




86-87 


N 


L 


21-48 


1975-76 


87-69 


A 


W 


22-48 




102-84 


H 


W 


23-48 


1976-77 


87-80 


H 


W 


24-48 




75-73 


A 


W 


25-48 




72-82 


N 


L 


25-49 


1977-78 


82-88 


A 


L 


25-60 




73-80 


H 


L 


26-51 




109-108 


N 


W 


26-51 


1978-79 


124-110 


H 


W 


27-51 




82-81 


A 


W 


28-51 


1979-80 


62-67 


A 


L 


28-52 




66-62 


H 


W 


29-62 


1980-81 


82-75 


H 


W 


30-62 




76-72 


A 


w 


31-62 


1981-82 


53-74 


A 


L 


31-53 




38-52 


H 


L 


31-54 




28-40 


N 


L 


31-55 


1982-83 


86-81 


H 


W 


32-55 




67-58 


A 


W 


33-65 


1983-84 


59-65 


A 


w 


34-56 




63-50 


H 


w 


35-56 




69-63 


N 


w 


36-55 


1984-85 


68-66 


H 


w 


37-55 




71-70 


A 


w 


38-65 


1985-86 


56-67 


H 


L 


38-66 




67-66 


A 


W 


39-56 


1986-87 


72-85 


H 


L 


39-57 



96 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



47-69 


A 


L 


39-58 


81-83 


H 


L 


39-59 


68-74 


A 


L 


39-60 


67-90 


H 


L 


39-61 


77-94 


A 


L 


39-62 


71-49 


N 


W 


40-62 


(ACC) 








61-81 


A 


L 


40-63 


96-95 


H 


W 


41-63 


104-100 


H 


W 


42-63 


91-114 


A 


L 


42-64 



1987-88 



1988-89 



1989-90 



1990-91 



VS. Northeastern 

1985-86 84-72 H W 

VS. Northwestern 

1958-59 62-66 A L 



VS. Old Dominion 



1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1986-87 
1987-88 



87-67 
69-58 
87-75 
73-87 
70-66 



VS. Ohio State 

1934-35 60-41 H 



1978-79 

1982-83 
1984-86 
1985-86 



72-79 N 
(NIT) 

68-72 N 

76-73 H 

66-78 A 



VS. Ohio University 

1981-82 90-64 H W 

VS. Oklahoma State 

1966-67 50-49 A W 



VS. Penn State 

1913-14 not avail 
64-47 



1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1989-90 



A L 
H W 



65-71 
61-62 
62-91 
72-71 
61-65 
76-53 
71-76 
66-56 
89-80 
69-61 
56-56 
79-97 
67-68 
78-80 



H W 

A L 

H W 

A L 

H W 

N W 

N W 

N W 

N L 

N W 

A L 



VS. Pennsylvania 



1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1938-39 
1939-40 
1940-41 
1942-43 
1946-47 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1961-52 
1952-63 



26-21 
26-30 
18-30 
24-36 
34-41 
32-43 
49-51 
54-80 
67-81 
52-54 
65-74 
52-53 
53-70 



VS. Penn Military 
Academy 

1910-11 19-50 A L 

VS. Pepperdine 

1985-86 69-64 N W 
(NCAA) 

VS. Pittsburgh 

1976-77 88-75 H W 
1977-78 86-39 A L 
(OT) 



1-0 



0-1 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 
3-1 
4-1 



1-0 

1-1 

1-2 
2-2 
2-3 



1-0 



1-0 



0-1 
1-1 
1-2 
1-3 
1-4 
2-4 
2-5 
3-5 
3-6 
4-6 
5-6 
6-6 
7-6 
7-7 
8-7 



1-0 

1-1 

1-2 

1-3 

1-4 

1-5 

1-6 

1-7 

1-8 

1-9 

1-10 

1-11 

1-12 



0-1 
1-0 



1-0 

1-1 



1979-80 
1980-81 



95-88 H 
69-66 A 
(OT) 



VS. Princeton 



1925-26 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1976-76 
1976-77 



32-26 
63-72 
67-75 
66-69 
58-45 



VS. Providence 

1972-73 81-71 A W 

VS. Randolph Macon 

1928-29 20-33 H L 

1937-38 43-27 H W 

1983-34 58-52 H W 

1985-86 74-50 H W 



1926-26 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1925-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 



1939-40 
1940-41 

1941-42 
1942-43 
1943-44 
1945-46 
1946-47 

1947-48 
1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-62 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1981-82 



30-14 
33-44 
26-56 
28-24 
40-61 
26-31 
34-41 
47-32 

(SO 

35-19 
36-48 
17-38 
41-23 
32-28 
34-65 
37-31 
39-41 
49-68 
60-53 
45-54 
66-51 
49-59 
67-48 
48-42 
42-33 
56-45 
54-50 
63-60 
46-49 
72-64 
71-73 
99-67 
76-61 
82-50 
96-60 
106-81 
98-71 
90-87 
66-50 
(NIT) 



W 
H W 



VS. St. John's 

1913-14 not avail, 
not avail. 
26-22 
20-18 
41-25 
24-20 
34-22 



1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1931-32 
1932-33 



H W 
A L 



N W 



H W 



H W 
H L 



H W 

A W 

H W 

H W 



H W 
H W 



H W 

A W 

H W 

A W 



2-1 
3-1 



1-0 
1-1 
1-2 
2-2 
3-2 



1-0 



0-1 
1-1 
2-1 
3-1 



VS. Rhode Island 

1954-55 83-66 A W 1-0 
1978-79 67-65 N W 2-0 
(OT) (NIT) 

VS. Richmond 

1923-24 24-22 



H W 
A L 
H W 8-E 



1-0 
2-0 
2-1 
2-2 
3-2 
3-3 
3-4 
3-5 
4-5 

5-6 
6-6 
5-7 
6-7 
7-7 
7-8 



VS. Rutgers 

1989-90 86-81 N W 
(ECAC) 

VS. St. Francis 

1955-56 75-66 H 



8-9 
8-10 
9-10 
9-11 
10-11 
10-12 
11-12 
12-12 
13-12 
14-12 
15-12 
16-12 
16-13 
17-13 
17-14 
18-14 
19-14 
20-14 
21-14 
22-14 
23-14 
24-14 
25-14 



1-0 



W 



1-0 



0-1 
0-2 
1-2 
2-2 
3-2 
4-2 
5-2 



1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1971-72 



32-37 
17-24 
40-28 
37-39 
38-29 



VS. St. Joseph's 



1971-72 



1978-79 



1980-81 
1982-83 



67-55 N W 
(NIT) 

62-56 H W 
(OT) 

74-67 H W 

56-64 H L 



VS. St. Peter's 

1981-82 49-42 



VS. San Francisco 

1973-74 78-60 A W 

VS. Santa Clara 

1973-74 53-32 A W 

VS. Seton Hall 

1970-71 56-55 A W 
1975-76 104-69 H W 

VS. South Carolina 



1924-25 
1932-33 

1934-35 
1939-40 
1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-61 

1963-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 



1957-58 



1958-59 



1959-60 



1960-61 



1961-62 



1962-63 



1963-64 



1964-65 



1965-66 



1966-67 



1967-68 



1968-69 



1969-70 



38-22 
28-65 
(SO 
29-39 
30-33 
68-54 
54-53 
79-49 
57-56 
66-61 
44-59 
43-70 
47-37 
53-49 
79-48 
68-51 
68-52 
76-57 
69-53 
60-68 
66-59 
64-74 
(ACC) 
72-59 
99-59 
69-41 
75-45 
85-52 
72-55 
72-58 
61-64 
77-86 
68-86 
68-63 
51-44 
69-73 
64-74 
76-70 
73-59 
78-63 
56-42 
63-65 
53-80 
54-67 
(ACC) 
66-66 
69-68 
67-79 
67-69 
71-92 
(ACC) 
68-101 
44-65 



H 



W 
L 

L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
W 
L 

W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 

L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 

W 
L 
L 
L 
L 

L 

L 



5-3 
6-4 
6-4 
6-5 
7-5 



90-69 H W 8-5 



1-0 



2-0 



3-0 
3-1 



H W 1-0 



1-0 



1-0 



1-0 
2-0 



1-0 
1-1 

1-2 
1-3 
2-3 
3-3 
4-3 
5-3 
5-4 
5-5 
5-6 
6-6 
7-6 
8-6 
9-6 
10-6 
11-6 
12-6 
12-7 
13-7 
13-8 

14-8 

15-8 

16-8 

17-8 

18-8 

19-8 

20-8 

20-9 

20-10 

20-11 

21-11 

22-11 

22-12 

22-13 

23-13 

24-13 

26-13 

26-13 

26-14 

26-15 

26-16 

27-16 
27-17 
27-18 
27-19 
27-20 

27-21 
27-22 



1970-71 



70-96 A L 27-23 

31-30 H W 28-23 

63-71 N L 28-24 
(ACC) 

1987-88 82-77 H W 29-24 

1989-90 51-52 N L 29-26 

(Central Fidelity) 

1990-91 78-69 N W 30-26 
(ECAC) 

VS. South Florida 

1989-90 84-66 H W 1-0 
1990-91 87-81 A W 2-0 

VS. Southern California 

1978-79 83-79 H W 1-0 
1989-90 64-62 A W 2-0 
1990-91 72-59 H W 3-0 

VS. Southern Illinois 

1967-68 72-73 A L 0-1 

VS. Stanford 

1985-86 67-65 N W 1-0 

VS. Staunton Military 
Academy 

1910-11 24-58 A L 0-1 



VS. Stevens Institute 



1924-25 

1925-26 
1926-27 
1927-28 



21-17 
21-17 
24-27 
27-18 
31-24 



VS. Syracuse 



1971-72 



1972-73 



1976-77 
1980-81 



71-65 
(NIT) 
90-76 
91-75 
(NCAA) 
96-85 
83-73 



N W 



VS. Tampa 

1953-54 61-51 
1970-71 80-72 



W 
W 



1981-82 
1982-83 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1990-91 



75-59 
66-56 
91-38 
91-58 
79-71 
93-69 



1-0 
2-0 
2-1 
3-1 
4-1 



1-0 



2-0 
3-0 



4-0 
5-0 



1-0 
2-0 



VS. Temple 

1957-68 67-71 N L 0-1 

(NCAA) 
1979-80 85-63 H W 1-0 

VS. Tennessee 

1963-64 69-70 A L 0-1 

1979-80 86-75 N W 1-1 

(NCAA) 

1984-85 72-49 N W 2-1 

VS. Tennessee- 
Chatanooga 

1980-81 81-69 N W 1-0 

(NCAA) 
1982-83 62-51 N W 2-0 

(NCAA) 

VS. Texas Christian 

1988-89 74-67 N W 1-0 
(Freedom Bowl) 

VS. Texas-El Paso 

1967-68 63-70 A L 0-1 
(Sun Bowl) 

VS. Texas Tech 

1954-55 58-54 A W 1-0 

VS. Towson State 



vs. Tulsa 

1964-65 73-80 



A L 



w 


1-0 


w 


2-0 


w 


3-0 


w 


4-0 


w 


5-0 


w 


6-0 



vs. Vanderbilt 

1967-58 71-58 A W 



VS. Virginia 



1923-24 
1924-25 

1925-26 

1926-27 

1927-28 

1928-29 

1929-30 

1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 

1933-34 

1934-35 

1936-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1940-41 
1941-42 

1942-43 

1943-44 

1944-46 

1945-46 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1961-52 

1962-53 

1953-64 

1954-56 



1955-56 



1966-67 



1957-58 



1958-59 



1959-60 



13-26 
24-18 
36-25 
28-34 
30-21 
17-22 
29-28 
26-20 
12-34 
30-22 
22-26 
64-20 
51-29 
31-34 
34-21 
36-31 
46-13 
19-26 
37-28 
43-20 
28-25 
44-24 
33-32 
40-34 
37-23 
39-23 
31-21 
18-47 
35-34 
36-26 
53-49 
56-42 
20-62 
26-49 
26-57 
33-61 
45-48 
37-36 
44-64 
66-68 
47-63 
43-79 
56-60 
70-62 
69-57 
56-43 
59-42 
63-53 
71-61 
59-56 
70-64 
70-56 
72-69 
78-65 
67-68 
67-55 
60-73 
67-63 
43-39 
84-64 
71-68 
87-66 
69-56 
70-66 
63-66 
50-62 
65-66 
70-62 
44-43 



NA L 
H W 



H W 

A L 

H W 

H W 



H W 

H W 

A L 

H W 

A W 

H W 

A L 

H W 

A W 

H W 

H W 

A W 

H W 

H W 

A W 

H W 

A L 

A W 

H W 

H W 



H W 
A L 



H W 
H W 



H W 

H W 

A W 

H W 



H W 

N W 

H W 

A L 



0-1 



1-0 



VS. VlUanova 

1984-86 77-74 H W 1-0 

1984-85 43-46 N L 1-1 

1985-86 62-64 A L 1-2 



H W 

N W 

A W 

H W 

N W 

H W 

A L 

N L 

H W 

A W 



0-1 

1-1 

2-1 

2-2 

3-2 

3-3 

4-3 

5-3 

5-4 

6-4 

6-5 

7-5 

8-6 

8-6 

9-6 

10-6 

11-6 

11-7 

12-7 

13-7 

14-7 

15-7 

16-7 

17-7 

18-7 

19-7 

20-7 

20-8 

21-3 

22-8 

23-8 

24-8 

24-9 

24-10 

24-11 

24-12 

24-13 

25-13 

25-14 

25-16 

25-16 

25-17 

25-18 

26-18 

27-18 

28-18 

29-18 

30-18 

31-18 

32-18 

33-18 

34-18 

35-18 

36-18 

37-18 

38-18 

38-19 

39-19 

40-19 

41-19 

42-19 

43-19 

44-19 

45-19 

46-19 

46-20 

46-21 

47-21 

48-21 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



97 



TERP RECORD VS 


. ALL OPPONENTS. 




■ 


1 




1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 


45-35 
35-16 
37-32 
49-33 


H 
H 
H 
H 


W 
W 

w 
w 


50 
6-0 
7-0 
8-0 










































1960-61 


67-52 


A 


W 


49-21 




46-29 


H 


w 


11-3 


1956-67 


59-6J 


H 


W 


3-6 


1927-28 


22-20 


H 


W 


1-2 


1936-37 


48-36 


H 


w 


9-0 




77-62 


H 


W 


50-21 


1933-34 


36-27 


H 


w 


12-3 




58-62 


A 


L 


3-7 


1930-31 


32-33 


H 


L 


1-3 


VS. West 

1925-26 

1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1941-42 


VimiTiia 






1961-62 


91-70 


A 


w 


51-21 


1934-35 


39-24 


H 


w 


13-3 


1957-58 


72-68 


H 


W 


4-7 


1931-32 


36-16 


H 


W 


2-3 


viiyi 

25-15 
24-26 
29-39 
26-51 
36-63 
27-41 
33-35 
43-81 
64-70 
36-39 
63-45 
71-87 


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


w 

L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 


1-0 
1-1 
1-2 
1-3 
1-4 
1-6 
1-6 
1-7 
1-8 
1-9 
2-9 
2-10 




68-72 


H 


L 


51-22 


1936-36 


44-29 


H 


w 


14-3 




74-67 


A 


W 


5-7 


1932-33 


35-27 


H 


W 


3-3 


1962-63 


67-61 


A 


W 


52-22 




53-32 


A 


w 


15-3 


1958-59 


68-66 


H 


W 


6-7 


1933-34 


44-33 


H 


W 


4-3 




69-71 


H 


L 


52-23 


1936-37 


48-28 


A 


w 


16-3 




53-66 


A 


L 


6-8 


1934-36 


43-27 


H 


W 


5-3 


1963-64 


68-58 


H 


W 


53-23 




45-28 


H 


w 


17-3 


1959-60 


47-54 


H 


L 


6-9 


1935-36 


46-34 


H 


W 


6-3 




73-79 


A 


L 


53-24 


1937-38 


42-27 


A 


w 


18-3 




64-65 


A 


L 


6-10 




56-30 


A 


W 


7-3 


1964-65 


69-61 


A 


L 


53-25 




43-33 


H 


w 


19-3 


1960-61 


60-72 


H 


L 


6-11 


1936-37 


41-20 


A 


W 


8-3 


1945-46 
1946-47 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-63 
1953-64 




62-47 


H 


W 


54-25 


1938-39 


53-36 


H 


w 


20-3 




69-78 


A 


L 


6-12 


1937-38 


43-42 


A 


W 


9-3 


1965-66 


62-66 


H 


L 


54-26 


1939-40 


60-33 


A 


w 


21-3 




76-98 


N 


L 


6-13 


1938-39 


47-37 


H 


W 


10-3 




71-64 


A 


W 


55-26 




27-25 


H 


w 


22-3 


1961-62 


79-62 


H 


W 


7-13 


1940-41 


26-18 


H 


W 


11-3 


1966-67 


85-66 


A 


W 


56-26 


1940-41 


30-64 


A 


L 


22-4 




78-81 


A 


L 


7-14 


1941-42 


28-25 


H 


w 


12-3 


1967-68 


87-76 
85-76 


H 
H 


W 
W 


57-26 
58-26 


1941-42 


27-41 
41-46 


H 
A 


L 
L 


22-5 
22-6 


1962-63 


74-85 
54-75 


H 
A 


L 
L 


7-15 
7-16 


VS. Washington & Lee 




68-70 


A 


L 


58-27 




39-36 


H 


W 


23-6 




41-80 


N 


L 


7-17 


1910-11 


17-46 


A 


L 


0-1 


1963-64 


74-72 


H 


W 


3-10 


1968-69 


77-78 
78-84 


H 
A 


L 
L 


58-28 
68-29 


1942-43 


34-35 
36-36 


A 
H 


L 
L 


23-7 
23-8 


1963-64 


91-82 
77-79 


A 
H 


W 
L 


8-17 
8-18 


1913-14 


24-29 


H 
A 


L 
L 


0-2 
0-3 


1964-66 


67-91 
73-80 
86-78 


A 
H 
A 


L 
L 
W 


3-11 
3-12 
4-12 


1969-70 


69-71 


A 


L 


58-30 


1943-44 


46-36 


H 


W 


24-8 


1964-65 


82-64 


H 


W 


9-18 


1923-24 


22-21 




W 


1-3 






79-71 


H 


W 


59-30 




31-29 


A 


W 


25-8 




93-85 


A 


W 


10-18 


1925-26 


40-27 


H 


W 


2-3 


1965-66 


74-76 
107-92 


A 
H 


L 
W 


4-13 
5-13 


1970-71 


63-78 


A 


L 


59-31 


1944-45 


46-28 


H 


W 


26-8 


1965-66 


87-66 


H 


W 


11-18 




33-20 


A 


w 


3-3 






89-84 


H 


W 


60-31 




27-36 


A 


L 


26-9 




86-78 


A 


W 


12-18 


1926-27 


44-32 


H 


w 


4-3 


1966-67 


82-81 
58-61 


A 
H 


w 

L 


6-13 
6-14 


1971-72 


57-78 


A 


L 


60-32 


1946-47 


61-50 


A 


W 


27-9 


1966-67 


59-86 


H 


L 


12-19 




32-34 


A 


L 


4-4 






45-42 


H 


W 


61-32 




53-45 


H 


W 


28-9 




64-78 


A 


L 


12-20 


1927-28 


38-24 


H 


W 


5-4 


1967-68 


79-75 
66-83 


H 
A 


W 
L 


7-14 
7-15 




62-57 


N 


W 


62-32 


1947-48 


63-46 


A 


W 


29-9 


1967-68 


60-73 


A 


L 


12-21 




31-28 


A 


W 


6-4 




1972-73 


93-74 
92-81 


H 
A 


W 
W 


63-32 
64-32 


1948-49 


63-48 
53-45 


H 
A 


W 
W 


30-9 
31-9 


1968-69 


87-74 
87-95 


H 
A 


W 
L 


13-21 
13-22 


1928-29 


22-47 
18-42 


H 
A 


L 
L 


6-6 
6-6 


1968-69 


65-86 
91-84 


A 
H 


L 
W 


7-16 
8-15 


1973-74 


88-81 
110-75 


A 
H 


W 
W 


65-32 
66-32 


1949-50 


70-55 
66-53 


H 
H 


W 
W 


32-9 
33-9 


1969-70 


71-93 
87-104 


A 
H 


L 
L 


13-23 
13-24 


1929-30 


25-29 
21-36 


H 
A 


W 
L 


7-6 
7-7 


1969-70 

1970-71 
1983-84 


83-76 
78-83 
81-83 
102-77 


H 
A 
H 
N 


W 
L 
L 
W 


9-16 
9-17 
9-18 

10-18 


1974-75 


86-79 
70-51 


H 
A 


W 
W 


67-32 
68-32 


1950-51 


61-62 
46-41 


A 
A 


L 
W 


33-10 
34-10 


1970-71 


96-88 
72-71 


A 
H 


W 
W 


14-24 
15-24 


1930-31 


36-21 
28-17 


A 
H 


W 
W 


8-7 
9-7 


1975-76 


69-66 
81-73 


A 
H 


W 
W 


69-32 
70-32 


1951-52 


65-46 
57-39 


H 
A 


W 

w 


36-10 
36-10 


1971-72 


66-72 
49-46 


A 

A 


L 

W 


15-25 
16-25 


1931-32 


42-38 
49-19 


A 
H 


w 
w 


10-7 

11-7 


1984-85 
1985-86 


56-47 
42-41 


H 
A 


W 

w 


11-18 
12-18 




65-73 


N 


L 


70-33 




64-46 


H 


w 


37-10 




64-56 


H 


W 


17-26 


1932-33 


40-43 


A 


L 


11-8 


1986-87 


65-62 


H 


w 


13-18 


1976-77 


82-67 
68-77 


H 
A 


W 
L 


71-33 
71-34 


1952-53 


54-37 
67-41 


A 

H 


w 
w 


38-10 
39-10 


1972-73 


105-76 
60-62 


H 
A 


w 

L 


18-25 
18-26 


1933-34 


37-45 
(SO 




L 


11-9 


1987-88 
1988-89 


49-75 
61-63 


A 
H 


L 

L 


13-19 
13-20 


1977-78 


64-66 


A 


L 


71-36 














73-65 


N 


W 


19-26 


1934-35 


29-33 


H 


L 


11-10 


1990-91 


85-90 


A 


L 


13-21 




70-79 


H 


L 


71-36 


VS. Virginia i ecn 






1973-74 


72-59 


A 


W 


20-26 


1935-36 


27-30 


A 


L 


11-11 


VS. Wichita 








1978-79 


63-69 


H 


L 


71-37 


1925-26 


19-17 


A 


w 


1-0 




77-68 


H 


W 


21-26 




64-55 


H 


L 


11-12 


1968-69 


95-83 


A 


W 


1-0 




72-75 


A 


L 


71-38 




30-14 


H 


w 


2-0 


1974-76 


99-78 


A 


W 


22-26 




32-38 




L 


11-13 












1979-80 


63-61 


A 


W 


72-38 


1927-28 


29-20 


A 


w 


3-0 




89-73 


H 


W 


23-26 


1936-37 


27-51 


A 


L 


11-14 


VS. William & Mary 






82-71 


H 


W 


73-38 




30-10 


H 


w 


4-0 


1975-76 


93-96 


A 


L 


23-27 




35-41 


H 


L 


11-15 


1928-29 


30-20 


H 


W 


1-0 


1980-81 


64-66 


H 


L 


73-39 


1928-29 


29-39 


A 


L 


4-1 




105-91 


H 


W 


24-27 


1937-37 


29-31 


A 


L 


11-16 


1929-30 


27-23 


H 


W 


2-0 




63-74 


A 


L 


73-40 


1929-30 


41-29 


H 


W 


5-1 


1976-77 


85-86 


H 


L 


24-28 




36-32 


H 


W 


12-16 


1935-36 


41-39 


H 


W 


3-0 




85-62 


N 


W 


74-40 




34-23 


A 


W 


6-1 




81-80 


A 


W 


25-28 


1938-39 


39-37 


H 


W 


13-16 


1936-37 


41-29 


H 


W 


4-0 


1981-82 


40-45 


A 


L 


74-41 


1930-31 


33-16 


H 


w 


7-1 


1977-78 


75-84 


A 


L 


25-29 


1939-40 


25-44 


H 


L 


13-17 


1937-38 


45-38 


H 


W 


5-0 




47-46 


H 


W 


75-41 


1931-32 


51-16 


H 


w 


8-1 




91-89 


H 


W 


26-29 




43-40 




W 


14-17 


1953-64 


69-64 


A 


W 


6-0 


1982-83 


64-83 


H 


L 


75-42 


1932-33 


40-20 


A 


w 


9-1 


,rl978-79 


60-66 


H 


L 


26-30 




(SO 










74-55 


H 


W 


7-0 




81-83 


A 


L 


75-43 




37-21 


H 


w 


10-1 




54-53 


A 


W 


27-30 


1940-41 


41-59 


A 


L 


14-18 


1954-55 


67-62 


A 


W 


8-0 


1983-84 


67-66 


A 


W 


76-43 


1933-34 


29-24 


A 


w 


11-1 


1979-80 


84-76 


A 


W 


28-30 




15-42 


H 


L 


14-19 


1955-56 


52-51 


H 


W 


9-0 




74-65 


H 


W 


77-43 




34-32 


H 


w 


12-1 




83-77 


H 


w 


29-30 


1941-42 


44-52 


A 


L 


14-20 


1980-81 


69-64 


H 


W 


10-0 


1984-85 


71-58 


H 


W 


78-43 


1937-38 


42-35 


H 


w 


13-1 


1980-81 


60-67 


A 


L 


29-31 




28-30 


H 


L 


14-21 


1981-82 


50-43 


A 


W 


11-0 




60-55 


A 


W 


79-43 


1939-40 


49-41 


H 


w 


14-1 




94-80 


H 


W 


30-31 


1942-43 


40-50 


A 


L 


14-22 


1982-83 


56-51 


H 


W 


12-0 


1986-86 


49-70 


A 


L 


79-44 


1940-41 


39-48 


H 


L 


14-2 


1981-82 


61-56 


H 


W 


31-31 




55-35 


H 


W 


15-22 


1983-84 


58-44 


H 


W 


13-0 




87-72 


H 


W 


80-44 


1946-47 


67-49 


A 


W 


16-2 




42-48 


A 


L 


31-32 


1946-47 


66-60 


A 


W 


16-22 


1985-86 


77-48 


H 


w 


14-0 


1986-87 


64-71 


H 


L 


80-46 




56-42 


H 


w 


16-2 


1982-83 


66-79 


A 


L 


31-33 




48-63 


H 


L 


16-23 














77-82 


A 


L 


80-46 


1948-49 


60-51 


H 


w 


17-2 




83-75 


H 


W 


32-33 


1947-48 


69-70 


A 


L 


16-24 


VS. Wintnrop 








1987-88 


72-84 


A 


L 


80-47 


1950-51 


57-66 


H 


L 


17-3 


1983-84 


87-90 


A 


L 


32-34 




64-38 


H 


W 


17-24 


1986-87 


76-58 


H 


w 


1-0 




69-63 


H 


W 


81-47 


1952-53 


66-46 


H 


w 


18-3 




90-79 


H 


W 


33-34 


1948-49 


66-60 


A 


W 


18-24 


1987-88 


65-52 


H 


w 


2-0 


1988-89 


58-64 


H 


L 


81-48 




70-66 


A 


w 


19-3 




66-64 


N 


W 


34-34 


1949-50 


66-46 


H 


w 


19-24 














(OT) 








1953-54 


60-52 


H 


w 


20-3 


1984-86 


64-62 


A 


w 


35-34 


1950-51 


52-43 


H 


w 


20-24 


VS. WlSCuiisiu 










59-86 


A 


L 


81-49 




54-41 


A 


w 


21-3 




69-66 


H 


w 


36-34 




66-83 


A 


L 


20-25 


1931-32 


30-32 


A 


L 


0-1 












1989-90 


89-80 


H 


w 


22-3 


1985-86 


77-55 


H 


w 


37-34 


1951-52 


71-61 


H 


W 


21-25 


1932-33 


13-22 


H 


L 


0-2 


VS. Virginia Military 

1910-11 17-14 A W 
1913-14 A L 


1-0 
1-1 


1990-91 82-67 

VS. Wagner 


A 


w 


23-3 


1986-87 


59-48 
68-75 
68-69 


A 
H 
A 


w 

L 
L 


38-34 
38-35 
38-36 


1952-53 


51-43 
58-40 
87-56 


A 
A 
H 


W 
W 
W 


22-25 
23-25 
24-25 


VS. Wyoming 

1960-61 84-77 


A 


W 


1-0 


1923-24 


12-21 




L 


1-2 


1980-81 


96-73 


A 


w 


1-0 


1987-88 


93-76 


H 


W 


39-36 


1953-54 


51-25 


A 


W 


26-25 


VS. Xavier 










34-19 




W 


2-2 


VS. Wake Forest 








70-65 


A 


W 


40-36 




76-43 


H 


w 


26-25 


1976-77 


84-74 


H 


W 


1-0 


1925-26 
1927-28 
1928-29 


(SO 
30-21 

23-9 
30-27 


A 
A 
A 


W 
W 
W 


3-2 
4-2 
5-2 


1952-53 
1953-54 


59-61 
54-71 
74-53 
56-64 


N 
A 
H 
N 


L 
L 

w 

L 


0-1 
0-2 

1-2 
1-3 


1988-89 
1989-90 


60-70 
61-75 
88-82 
74-84 


A 
H 
H 
A 


L 
L 
W 
L 


40-37 
40-38 
41-38 
41-39 


VS. Western Kentucky 

1971-72 103-67 H W 1-0 
1977-78 91-78 H W 2-0 


VS. Yale 

1969-60 


103-80 


H 


W 


1-0 


1929-30 


34-23 


A 


W 


6-2 


1954-55 


58-62 


H 


L 


1-4 


1990-91 


62-74 


A 


L 


41-40 


vs. Western Maryland 












1930-31 


38-18 


A 


w 


7-2 




71-75 


A 


L 


1-5 




86-78 


H 


W 


42-40 


1926-27 


32-25 


H 


w 


1-0 












1931-32 


40-20 
43-28 


H 
A 


w 
w 


8-2 
9-2 


1955-56 


61-61 
60-76 


H 
A 


W 
L 


2-5 
2-6 


VS. Washington College 


1927-28 
1928-29 


30-29 
32-17 


H 
H 


w 
w 


2-0 
3-0 














38-20 


H 


w 


10-2 












1924-25 


16-27 


H 


L 


0-1 


1929-30 


38-17 


H 


w 


4-0 












1932-33 


29-30 


A 


L 


10-3 












1926-27 


18-22 


H 


L 


0-2 























98 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



COACHING RECORDS 

Overall Won-Loss 

Rk. Head Coach Years (No.) Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty DrieseU 1969-86 (17) 348 159 .686 

2. Gary Williams 1989-91 (2) 35 26 .574 

3. BudMillikan 1950-67 (17) 243 182 .572 

4. Burton Shipley 1923-47 (24) 243 199 .549 

6. Bob Wade 1986-89 (3) 36 50 .419 

6. Flucie Stewart 1947-50 (3) 27 48 .360 

7. Frank Fellows 1967-69 (2) 16 34 .320 

Maryland Totals 1923-91 (68) 948 698 .576 

Atlantic Coast Conference Games Only 

Rk. Head Coach Years (No.) Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty Driesell 1969-86 (17) 122 100 .549 

2. BudMillikan 1953-67 (14) 98 93 .513 

3. Gary Williams 1989-91 (2) 11 17 .393 

4. Frank FeUows 1967-69 (2) 6 22 .214 

5. Bob Wade 1986-89 (3) 7 35 .167 

Maryland Totals 1953-91 (38) 244 267 .477 

ACC Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty Driesell 17 17 16 .515 

2. BudMUlikan 14 7 13 .350 

3. Bob Wade 3 1 3 .250 

4. Gary Williams 1 1 .000 

5. Frank Fellows 2 2 .000 

Maryland Totals 37 25 35 .417 

NCAA Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. BudMillikan 1 2 1 .667 

2. Lefty Driesell 8 10 8 .556 

3. Bob Wade 1 1 1 .500 

Maryland Totals 10 13 10 .565 

NIT Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty DrieseU 3 6 2 .750 

2. Gary Williams 1 1 1 .500 

Maryland Totals 4 7 3 .700 




Frank Horton is one of five walk-ons to whom Gary 
Williams has turned to in the coacb 's two seasons. 



COACHING ALUMS 



If Penn State is known for its linebackers, and 
Southern Cal for its tailbacks, Maryland surely is 
known for its basketball coaclies. Consider that the 
coaches listed below all claim mail from the Maryland 
Alumni Office. 




Find the Maryland coaciies; There are four in this picture. 
Bud Millikan (standing far left) and Frank Fellows (standing 
far right) both were Maryland coaches, while Joe 
Harrington (#50) was a Terp assistant and Gary Williams 
(#14) now runs the show. 



Dr. Tom Davis 

Maryland Graduate Class of 

'68 

Currently Head Coach 

University of Iowa 

Marty Fletcher 

Maryland Class of '73 
Currently Head Coach 
Southwestern Louisiana 

Joe Hanington 

Maryland Class of '68 
Currently Head Coach 
University of Colorado 

Wayne Szoke 

Maryland Class of '63 
Cunently Head Coach 
Monmouth College 

Terry Truax 

Maryland Class of '68 
Currently Head Coach 
Towson State Umversity 



Gary Williams 

Maryland Class of '68 
Currently Head Coach 
University of Maryland 

Ironically, coaches Fletcher 
and Szoke did not play 
basketball at Maryland, but 
became highly successful 
collegiate coaches. Davis did 
not play at Maryland either, 
but coached here while 
eaming his doctoral degree. 
Coaches Harrington, Truax 
and Williams all played and 
lettered for Maryland. 




V 



-<^^ 




Dr. Tom Davis 




Marty Fletcher 




Joe Harrington 




Wayne Szoke 




Terry Truax 




Gary Williams 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



99 



TERPS 



Legend: 

H denotes home games 

R denotes road games 

N denotes games at neutral sites 

S denotes Southern Conference 

Tournament 
A denotes Atlantic Coast 

Conference Tournament 
T denotes NIT 
C denotes NCAA 

1904-05 

0-2 (no scores available) 
Capt. Samuel P. Thomas 

Washington Y MCA 
Canoll Institute 

No Teams for 1905-06 
through 1909-10 

1910-11 

3-9 (2-3 H; 1-6 R) 
Capt. Burt Shipley 

Maryland 

7 New York University 25 H 

30 GaUaudet 56 R 
24 Staunton Military 

Acad. 58 R 

17 Washington & Lee 46 R 

17 Virginia Military tost- 14 R 

24 Washington & Lee 29 H 
14 Delaware 23 R 
27 GaUaudet 54 H 

25 Georgetown 31 R 
22 Mt. St. Joseph 20 H 
35 Catholic 30 H 

19 Penn Mihtaiy Acad. 50 R 

No Team for 1911 
through 1912-13 

1913-14 

Capt. Burt Shipley 

Mt. St. Joseph H 

GaUaudet A 

Catholic A 

Mt. St. Joseph A 

GaUaudet A 

St. John's College A 

Loyola College A 

Georgetown A 

CathoUc H 

Washington & Lee A 

Virginia Military Inst. A 

St. John's College A 

George Washington H 

GaUaudet H 

Baltimore City H 

Penn State College A 

Delaware College A 

Wo Scores Available 

No Teams 1914-15 
through 1916-17 

1918-19 

1-5 (1-5 R) 

Maryland 

27 GaUaudet 26 

7 Catholic University 25 

11 George Washington 25 
9 GaUaudet 33 

12 Catholic University 14 

20 George Washmgton 53 

No Teams for 1919-20 
through 1922-23. 




THE YEARS 



H. BURTON SHIPLEY 

24 Seasons: 

1923-24 to 1946-47 

Record: 243-199 

Conference: 124-91 

1923-24 

5-7 
1-2 SC 

Maryland 

41 George Washington 22 

42 GaUaudet 28 
13 CathoUc 30 
20 North Carolina 26 

13 Virginia 26 

24 Richmond 22 

14 CathoUc 20 
19 George Washington 20 
22 Washington & Lee 21 
12 VMI 21 

34 VMI 19 S 

25 Georgia 29 S 



■IN) 



18 H 
23 R 



15 H 
14 R 
17 H 

21 H 
14 H 
27 H 
38 R 

16 H 

22 H 
26 R 

17 H 



I924-2S 

12-5 (7-2 H; 4-2 R;l 
3-1 SC 

Maryland 
24 Virginia 

24 Columhia 
21 Stevens Institute 
16 Navy 
30 Lafayette 

18 Catholic 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 North Carolina 

25 GaUaudet 
16 Washington CoUege 
24 Princeton 

22 CCNY 
38 South Carolina 
36 Vuginia 
27 CathoUc 

27 Alabama 21 S 
16 N.C. State 30 S 

1928-26 

14-3 (10-1 H; 4-1 R; 0-1 N) 
7-1 SC 

Maryland 

40 Washmgton & Lee 27 H 

21 Navy 12 R 

30 Richmond 14 H 

30 VMI 21 R 

33 Washington & Lee 20 R 

19 VPl 17 R 

40 GaUaudet 13 H 
30 Washington CoUege 26 H 

24 Stevens Institute 27 H 
30 VPI 14 H 

28 Virginia 34 R 

23 North CaroUna 22 H 

25 WestVirgmia 15 H 

41 Duke 20 H 
30 Virginia 21 H 
32 Princeton 26 H 
19 Mississippi Aggies 22 S 



1928-27 

10-10 (7-2 H; 3-7 R; 0-1 N) 
6-4 SC 

Maryland 

16 American 21 R 

44 Washington & Lee 32 H 

25 Michigan 39 R 

17 Virginia 22 R 

30 Navy 32 R 

18 Washington CoUege 22 H 

34 Georgia 33 H 
39 GaUaudet 26 H 

27 Stevens Institute 18 H 

28 North Carolina 23 H 
23 North Carolina 32 H 

26 Pennsylvania 21 R 
32 Washmgton & Lee 34 R 
32 VMI 15 R 

29 Virginia 28 H 
23 N.C. State 38 R 
16 Washmgton CoUege 21 R 
32 Western Maryland 25 H 
23 North Carolina 19 R 

22 Georgia 27 S 

1927-28 

14-4 (11-0 H; 3-4 R) 
8-1 SC 

Maryland 

38 Washmgton & Lee 24 H 

29 VPI 20 R 

31 Washmgton & Lee 28 R 

23 VMI 9 R 

45 GaUaudet 20 H 
37 Kentucky 7 H 
20 Johns Hopkms 22 R 

25 St Johns CoUege 22 H 

26 Virginia 20 H 

31 Stevens tastitute 24 H 
26 Navy 35 R 
26 Pennsylvania 30 R 
36 N.C. State 24 H 
12 Virginia 34 R 

22 Washington CoUege 20 H 

23 Johns Hopkins 19 H 

30 VPI 10 H 
30 Western Maryland 29 H 

1928-29 

7-9 (3-5 H; 4-3 R; 0-1 N) 
2-5 SC 

Maryland 

30 WiUiam&Mary 

18 Pennsylvania 

20 Randolph Macon 

30 Virginia 

20 Johns Hopkins 

20 St. Johns 

22 Virginia 

22 Washington & Lee 

29 VPI 

18 Washington & Lee 

30 VMI 

22 North Carolina 
30 Navy 

32 Western Maryland 

19 Johns Hopkms 

35 Mississippi 



20 H 

30 R 

33 H 

22 R 

30 H 

18 H 

25 H 

47 H 



39 
42 
27 



28 H 

27 R 

17 H 

18 R 
37 S 



1929-30 

16-6 (10-3 H; 6-2 R; 0-1 N) 
9-5 SC 

Maryland 

27 WiUiam&Mary 23 H 

27 Duke 28 H 

37 Catholic 30 H 

54 Virginia 20 H 

41 Johns Hopkins 24 H 

43 Navy 39 R 



41 VPI 

26 N.C, State 

25 Washington & Lee 

38 Western Maryland 
36 North Carolina 

34 VPI 

44 VMI 

21 Washmgton & Lee 

51 Virginia 

21 N.C. State 

22 North Carolina 
24 Duke 

39 Johns Hopkins 
39 VMI 

41 St. Johns 
21 Kentucky 



29 H 

28 H 

29 H 
17 H 

24 H 
23 R 

25 R 
36 R 
29 H 
19 R 



19 
39 
24 



21 H 

25 H 

26 S 



1930-31 

18-4 (10-2 H; 4-2 R; 4-0 N) 

8-1 SC 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

TOURNAMENT 

CHAMPIONS 

Maryland 

38 GaUaudet 27 H 

38 VMI 18 R 

36 Washington & Lee 21 R 

32 Duke 24 H 

30 Loyola 33 H 

33 Johns Hopkins 20 R 

44 VMI 20 H 
33 VPI 16 H 

31 Virginia 34 R 

28 Washmgton & Lee 17 H 
24 Cathohc 21 R 

33 North Carolina 31 H 

32 Washington CoUege 33 H 

34 Virginia 21 H 

45 Western Maryland 35 H 

32 St. Johns 27 H 

33 Navy 36 R 
31 Johns Hopkms 22 H 

37 LSU 33 S 
19 North Carolina 17 S 
26 Georgia 25 S 

29 Kentucky 27 S 



1981-32 






16-4 (11-1 H; 5-2 R; 0-1 N) 


8-2 SC 






Maryland 






30 Wisconsin 


32 


R 


27 Loyola 


28 


H 


42 Washington & Lee 


38 


R 


43 VMI 


28 


R 


26 Navy 


15 


H 


36 Virginia 


31 


R 


33 Johns Hopkins 


26 


R 


38 VMI 


20 


H 


51 VPI 


16 


H 


39 CathoUc 


34 


H 


26 North Carolina 


25 


H 


36 Washington CoUege 


16 


H 


35 Western Maryland 


15 


H 


46 Virginia 


18 


H 


49 Washington & Lee 


19 


H 


24 St. Johns 


20 


H 


26 North CaroUna 


32 


R 


20 Duke 


18 


R 


38 Johns Hopkins 


24 


H 


24 Florida 


39 


S 



1932-33 

11-9 (10-2 H; 1-6 R; 0-1 N) 
7-3 SC 

Maryland 

13 Wisconsin 22 H 

40 VPI 20 R 

30 Duke 28 H 

29 VM 30 R 

40 Washington & Lee 43 R 

27 Johns Hopkins 37 R 

37 VPI 21 H 

27 Cathohc 29 R 



21 Navy 59 R 

19 Virginia 26 R 

42 North Carolina 29 H 

36 Georgia 40 H 
35 Washington CoUege 27 H 

37 Virginia 28 H 
46 Washmgton & Lee 28 H 

45 VMI 29 H 

34 St. Johns 22 H 
37 Western Maryland 32 H 

35 Johns Hopkins 31 H 

28 South CaroUna 65 S 

1933-34 

11-8 (9-4 H; 2-3 R; 0-1 N) 
6-1 SC 

Maryland 

29 Michigan 25 H 
17 tadiana 30 H 
24 West Virginia 26 R 
37 Duke 33 H 
29 VPI 24 R 

34 VPI 32 H 

32 Johns Hopkins 37 R 

43 Virginia 20 R 

24 North Carolina 28 H 

33 Cathohc 25 H 

27 Navy 46 R 

28 Virginia 25 H 
33 Richmond 44 H 

49 Western Maryland 33 H 

36 VMI 27 H 
32 St. Johns 37 H 

44 Washington CoUege 33 H 

32 Johns Hopkins 19 H 

37 Washmgton & Lee 45 S 

1934-35 

8-10 (6-8 H; 2-2 R) 
4-5 SC 

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 CoUege 27 H 

31 North Carolina 39 H 

36 Navy 43 R 

44 Virginia 24 H 

26 Richmond 56 H 
29 Catholic 45 R 
29 Washington & Lee 33 H 

33 Vu-ginia 32 R 
41 Johns Hopkins 35 R 
17 St. Johns 24 H 

52 Johns Hopkins 25 H 
24 Georgetown 25 H 

1935-38 

14-6 (9-3 H; 4-2 R; 1-1 N) 
3-3 SC 

Maryland 

44 VMI 29 H 

27 Washington & Lee 30 R 

53 VMI 32 R 

32 Navy 20 R 

28 Richmond 24 H 

55 Baltimore 33 H 

46 Washington CoUege 34 H 
32 North CaroUna 44 H 
41 WiUiam&Mary 39 H 

38 Duke 34 H 

40 Virginia 34 H 
26 West Virginia 61 R 

54 Washington & Lee 55 H 
40 St. Johns 28 H 

29 CathoUc 40 H 

56 Washington CoUege 30 R 

45 Johns Hopkins 40 H 

47 Georgetown 39 R 
47 Duke 35 S 
32 Washington & Lee 38 S 



100 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



I93B-37 








1939-40 








1942-43 






8-12 (7-3 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 N) 




14-9 (9-2 H; 4-6 R; 1-1 N) 




8-8 (5-3 H; 3-5 R) 




4-8 SC 








7-4 SC 








5-5 SC 






Maryland 






Maryland 






Maryland 






40 Richmond 


51 


R 


48 


Western Maryland 


32 


H 


32 


Richmond 


28 


H 


64 Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 


47 


Randolph Macon 


16 


H 


47 


North Carolina 


40 


H 


27 Washington & Lee 


51 


R 


53 


Clemson 


26 


H 


53 


Virginia 


49 


H 


48 VMI 


28 


R 


34 


Pennsylvania 


41 


R 


49 


Pennsylvania 


51 


R 


48 Western Maryland 


36 


H 


51 


Rutgers 


39 


R 


40 


Washington & Lee 


50 


R 


31 Duke 


34 


R 


63 


Rhode Island State 


59 


R 


34 


VMI 


35 


R 


41 Washington College 


20 


H 


32 


Duke 


30 


H 


43 


George Washington 


48 


R 


37 Virginia 
33 N.C State 


23 

35 


H 

R 


35 


Richmond 


19 


H 


63 
40 


Navy 
Army 


54 
44 


R 
R 


24 North Carolina 


41 


R 


28 


Georgetown 


27 


R 


43 


Duke 


46 


H 


30 Duke 


34 


R 


49 


VPI 


41 


H 


55 


Washington & Lee 


35 


H 


37 Navy 

35 North Carolina 


53 
44 


R 
H 


25 


Washington & Lee 


44 


H 


56 


Virginia 


42 


R 


43 


NC State 


36 


R 


40 


North Carolina 


31 


R 


41 William & Mary 
45 VMI 


29 
28 


H 
H 


30 
30 


Clemson 
South Carolina 


48 
33 


R 
R 


36 

51 


Georgetown 
William&Mary 


46 
36 


H 

H 


37 


Duke 


48 


R 


35 


VMI 


36 


H 


35 Washington & Lee 
27 Georgetown 


41 
39 


H 
H 


49 
60 


Johns Hopkins 
VMI 


36 
33 


H 

R 




1943-44 






37 St Johns 


39 


R 


















41 N.C State 


35 


H 


19 


Washington & Lee 


39 


R 


4-14 (3-6 H; 1-7 R; 0-1 N) 


35 N.C. State 


42 


S 


46 
27 


Catholic 
VMI 


31 
25 


H 
H 


2-1 SC 

Maryland 






1937-38 






26 


George Washington 


44 


H 


33 


Quantico Marines 


59 


H 


15-9 (10-3 H; 4-5 R; 1-1 N) 
7-4 SC 


43 
32 


Washington & Lee 
Duke 


30 
44 


S 
S 


39 
20 
20 


Marshall 
Bainbridge Navy 
Virginia 


46 
52 
52 


H 
H 
R 


Maivland 








1940-41 






43 


VMI 


36 


H 


26 Richmond 


31 


H 




1-21 (1-10 H; 0-11 R) 




43 


Hampden Sydney 


51 


H 


26 Michigan 


33 


H 




0-13 SC 






25 


Bainbridge Navy 


78 


R 


50 Baltimore 


32 


R 








29 


Fort Bevor 


60 


H 


43 Randolph Macon 


27 


H 


Maryland 






33 


Catholic 


31 


H 


29 Washington & Lee 


31 


R 


36 


Richmond 


48 


H 


26 


Virginia 


49 


H 


42 VMI 


27 


R 


24 


Johns Hopkms 


38 


R 


33 


Cathohc 


63 


R 


39 Georgetown 


57 


R 


34 


Clemson 


48 


H 


34 


Richmond 


65 


R 


40 Duke 


35 


H 


32 


Pennsylvania 


43 


R 


48 


Woodiow Gen Hosp 


26 


H 


24 North Carolina 


43 


R 


26 


Duke 


40 


H 


26 


Woodrow Gen Hosp 


35 


R 


34 Duke 


44 


R 


41 


Washington & Lee 


59 


R 


31 


VMI 


29 


R 


42 VPI 


35 


H 


30 


VMI 


64 


R 


35 Navy 


69 


R 


34 Navy 


37 


R 


34 


Georgetown 


51 


R 


22 


Army 


85 


R 


27 NYU 


42 


H 


36 


North Carolina 


56 


H 


23 


N.C. State 


42 


S 


36 Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


17 


Richmond 


38 


R 




I944-4S 






45 Wilham&Mary 


38 


H 


17 


Duke 


43 


R 










43 VMI 


33 


H 


29 


North Carolma 


44 


R 


2-14 (1-5 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 N) 


49 Cathohc 


33 


H 


27 


Navy 


62 


R 




2-5 SC 






43 Washington College 


42 


R 


18 


Virginia 


47 


R 


Maryland 






39 Virginia 


23 


R 


15 


Washington & Lee 


42 


H 


26 


Gallaudet 


27 


H 


57 Dickinson 


27 


H 


28 


George Washmgton 


61 


R 


28 


North Carohna 


53 


R 


56 Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 


40 


William & Mary 


58 


H 


24 


Duke 


51 


R 


38 St. Johns 


29 


H 


43 


Connetticut 


52 


H 


32 


NC State 


46 


R 


45 Citadel 


43 


S 


45 


Rutgers 


50 


H 


33 


Navy 


70 


R 


32 Duke 


35 


s 


27 


VMI 


41 


H 


46 


VMI 


28 


H 








39 


VPI 


48 


H 


34 


Marme Corps hist. 


50 


H 


1938-39 






26 


Washington College 


18 


H 


42 


N.C. State 


57 


H 


15-9 (9-2 H; 4-6 R; 2-1 N) 




1941-42 






42 
26 


Hampden-Sydney 
Virginia 


43 
57 


H 

R 


8-3 N 

Manrland 








7-15 (4-5 H; 3-10 R) 




27 
33 


VMI 
Virginia 


35 
61 


R 
H 


34 Richmond 


41 


R 




3-8 SC 






53 


William & Mary 


46 


R 


45 Clemson 


35 


H 


Maryland 






41 


Merchant Marine 


54 


R 


44 Davidson 


27 


H 


41 


Richmond 


23 


R 


34 


Army 


54 


R 


24 Pennsylvania 


36 


R 


34 


Wilham & Mary 


39 


R 


49 


Duke 


76 


S 


26 Army 


45 


R 


36 


West Vurgmia 


63 


R 










37 Navy 


47 


R 


16 


Seton Hall 


59 


R 




1945-46 






37 Duke 


34 


H 


40 


CCNY 


57 


R 


9-12 (8-4 H; 1-7 R; 0-1 N) 


34 North Carobna 


32 


H 


48 St Johns (NY) 


64 


R 




5-5 SC 






34 Hampden-Sydney 


25 


H 


36 


Virginia 


34 


R 


Maryland 






31 Virginia 


21 


H 


33 


Duke 


37 


R 


61 


Marme Corps Inst. 


46 


H 


60 Duke 


44 


R 


28 


Washington College 


25 


H 


43 


Marshall 


50 


H 


66 North CaroUna 


41 


R 


51 


Georgetown 


42 


R 


47 Quantico Marmes 


50 


H 


40 N.C. State 


46 


R 


29 


George Washmgton 


47 


H 


25 


Duke 


59 


R 


25 Georgetovm 


39 


H 


36 


Virginia 


26 


H 


47 


N.C. State 


39 


R 


39 Washington & Lee 


37 


H 


41 


VMI 


46 


R 


28 


North Carolina 


64 


R 


49 William & Mary 


57 


H 


44 


Washington & Lee 


52 


R 


35 


Navy 


44 


R 


48 St Johns 


20 


R 


28 


Washington & Lee 


30 


H 


37 


N.C. State 


33 


H 


53 UM 


35 


H 


47 


Navy 


61 


R 


45 


Virginia 


48 


R 


40 Cathohc 


38 


R 


42 


WiUiam & Mary 


32 


H 


43 


Duke 


38 


H 


24 George Washmgton 


37 


R 


27 


West Virgmia 


41 


H 


36 


Hampden-Sydney 


32 


H 


47 Washington College 


37 


H 


32 


Army 


44 


R 


48 


George Washington 


36 


H 


47 Richmond 


32 


S 


30 


North Carohna 


34 


H 


31 


North Carohna 


33 


H 


53 N.C. State 


29 


S 


46 


Duke 


64 


H 


37 


Virginia 


36 


H 


27 Clemson 


39 


S 


39 


VMH 


36 


H 


43 


Merchant Marme 


39 


H 



37 Richmond 31 H 

36 Wilham&Mary 42 R 

33 West Virginia 35 H 

25 Army 52 R 

31 Merchant Marine 48 R 

27 NC State 54 S 

1948-47 



14-10 (9-3 H; 5-6 R; 0-1 N) 


9-4 SC 






Maryland 






43 West Virginia 


81 


R 


49 Western Maryland 


39 


H 


41 Johns Hopkins 


36 


H 


62 Quantico Marmes 


48 


R 


42 North Carolma 


58 


R 


39 Richmond 


41 


H 


44 George Washmgton 


43 


H 


65 Washington & Lee 


60 


R 


57 VPI 


49 


R 


61 VMI 


50 


R 


61 North Carolma 


57 


H 


27 Navy 


56 


R 


59 Washington & Lee 


50 


H 


55 Georgetown 


49 


H 


48 George Washington 


63 


H 


49 Richmond 


68 


R 


55 VPI 


42 


H 


38 Duke 


40 


H 


47 Kings Pomt 


73 


R 


57 Army 


54 


R 


52 Citadel 


40 


H 


63 VMI 


46 


H 


54 Pennsylvania 


80 


R 


43 N.C. State 


55 


S 




"FLUCIE" STEWART 

3 Seasons: 
1947-48 to 1949-50 

Record: 27-48 
Conference: 22-27 



1947-48 

11-14 (6-4 H; 5-9 R; 
9-7 SC 

Maryland 

63 Western Maryland 

52 Loyola 

59 Davidson 

64 Washington & Lee 

53 VMI 

64 Johns Hopkms 

46 North Carohna 
42 Duke 

40 Georgetown 
49 Clemson 
44 Virginia 

47 Navy 

68 South Carohna 

63 VMI 
44 Army 

64 Washington & Lee 
49 George Washington 
47 North Carohna 

56 Virginia 

60 Richmond 

54 South Carohna 
63 Clemson 

62 Richmond 

35 George Washmgton 

51 Davidson 



0-1 N) 



58 R 
63 H 
68 H 
70 R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



46 
53 
70 
53 
62 
42 H 



54 H 

48 H 

48 R 

38 H 

65 R 

51 H 



1948-49 

9-18 (4-5 H; 5-12 R; 0-1 N) 
8-7 SC 

Maryland 

49 Temple 67 R 

60 VPI 61 H 
75 Loyola (Baltimore) 77 R 

45 Richmond 64 H 
47 Virginia 53 H 
74 Clemson 60 H 

47 North CaroUna 55 R 
49 Davidson 52 R 
43 Virginia 79 R 
51 Georgetown 53 R 
67 Pennsylvania 81 R 

46 Navy 52 R 
54 George Washmgton 66 H 
43 Miami (Ohio) 42 R 

48 Miami (Ohio) 58 R 
33 Cincinnati 70 R 
53 VMI 46 R 
66 Washington & Lee 60 R 
79 South Carolina 49 H 
42 North Carolma 66 H 
62 Georgetown 56 H 
57 South Carolina 56 R 

49 Clemson 68 R 
66 Richmond 51 R 
42 George Washington 61 R 
70 VMI 55 H 

61 North Carolina 79 S 



1949-50 

7-18 (6-6 H; 1-12 
5-13 SC 

Maryland 
57 VPI 

40 Tennessee 
56 Virginia 
65 Washington & Lee 

52 Pennsylvania 

55 Clemson 
62 Navy 

71 OhioWesleyan 

53 North Carolina 
46 Duke 

71 Georgetown 
52 William&Mary 
49 Richmond 
51 George Washmgton 

56 WiUiam&Mary 
65 VMI 

56 North Carolma 

61 VMI 

67 Duke 

56 South Carolma 

70 Virginia 

64 Davidson 

67 Richmond 

44 South Carolma 

68 Clemson 



R) 




BUDMILLIKAN 

17 Seasons: 

1950-51 to 1966-67 

Record: 243-182 

Conference: 130-109 



46 H 

54 R 

60 H 

75 R 

76 H 
65 R 

58 R 
65 R 

56 H 

59 R 
72 H 
64 R 
53 H 
69 H 
62 R 

57 H 

61 H 
52 H 
61 H 
48 H 



51 


H 


1950-51 


63 


R 


16-11 (10-3 H; 5-7 R; 1-1 N) 


61 


R 


11-8 SC 


64 


R 


Maryland 


59 


H 


59 Virginia 67 H 


58 


S 


65 Pennsylvarua 74 R 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



101 



TERPS THROUGH THE YEARS 



48 Williams Mary 


41 


H 


46 Virginia 


43 


R 


52 Washington & Lee 


43 


H 


51 Rutgers 


45 


H 


67 North Carolina 


59 


R 


48 Richmond 


42 


R 


47 Navy 


51 


R 


68 Georgetown 


47 


H 


57 VPl 


66 


H 


56 North Carohna 


56 


H 


57 Davidson 


55 


R 


43 South Carohna 


70 


R 


44 Clemson 


50 


R 


66 Washmgton & Lee 


83 


R 


46 VM 


41 


R 


47 South Carohna 


37 


H 


64 WestVugmia 


70 


H 


40 Duke 


49 


H 


50 William & Mary 


65 


R 


64 Clemson 


50 


H 


42 Richmond 


33 


H 


47 George Washmgton 


67 


R 


65 VMI 


46 


H 


50 Clemson 


48 


S 


45 N.C. State 


54 


S 


1951-52 






13-9 (8-1 H; 5-7 R; 0-1 N) 


9-5 SC 






Maryland 






69 Vuginia 


42 


R 


71 Washington & Lee 


51 


H 


52 Pennsylvania 


53 


R 


64 WUham&Mary 


53 


H 


36 West Virginia 


39 


R 


57 VMI 


39 


R 


51 Washmgton & Lee 


43 


R 


47 North Carohna 


51 


R 


48 Navy 


45 


R 


63 Virginia 


53 


H 


55 Georgetovra 


40 


H 


55 Rutgers 


61 


R 


71 North Carohna 


51 


H 


64 VMI 


46 


H 


55 Richmond 


45 


H 


66 WUham&Mary 


71 


R 


51 Duke 


56 


R 


61 Georgetovra 


71 


R 


64 Richmond 


50 


R 


66 George Washmgton 


57 


H 


71 Davidson 


48 


H 


48 Duke 


51 


S 


1952.53 






15-8 (8-2 H; 6-5 R; 1-1 N) 


12-3 SC 






Maiyland 






71 Virgmia 


61 


H 


64 William & Mary 


61 


H 


53 Pennsylvama 


70 


R 


52 West Virginia 


45 


H 


54 VMI 


37 


R 


58 Washmgton & Lee 


40 


R 


49 North Carohna 


59 


R 


59 Vugmia 


56 


R 


63 Richmond 


60 


R 


45 Georgetown 


54 


H 


65 VPl 


46 


H 


68 North Carohna 


66 


H 


62 George Washmgton 


63 


R 


70 VPl 


56 


R 


46 Richmond 


49 


H 


67 VMI 


41 


H 


87 Washington & Lee 


56 


H 


79 Wmiam&Mary 


57 


R 


48 Georgetown 


49 


R 


47 Navy 


51 


R 


66 George Washington 


53 


H 


74 Duke 


65 


S 


59 Wake Forest 


61 


S 



1953-54 

23-7 (9-2 H; 13-4 R; 1-1 N) 
7-2 ACC (2nd) 

Maryland 

53 South Carohna 49 R 
81 Clemson 41 R 

54 Wake Forest 71 R 

69 Wilham&Mary 54 R 

71 WestVirgmia 54 R 

60 VPl 52 H 
79 South Carolma 48 H 

65 Arizona State 50 R 

66 Evansville 58 R 
54 Ky.Wesleyan 37 R 

72 Richmond 64 R 

70 Virgmia 64 H 

75 Clemson 54 H 

56 Georgetown 58 R 

71 Richmond 73 H 
68 George Washmgton 61 H 
70 Virginia 56 R 

61 Tampa 51 R 
63 Miami (Fla) 57 R 

51 Washington & Lee 25 R 
54 VPl 41 R 

76 Washington & Lee 43 H 
61 Navy 60 R 
74 Wake Forest 53 H 
61 Duke 68 H 
53 Georgetown 50 H 

57 George Washington 70 R 

74 Wffliam&Mary 55 H 

75 Clemson 59 A 

56 Wake Forest 64 A 

1954-55 

17-7 (7-2 H; 10-4 R; 0-1 N) 
10-4 ACC (3r(l) 

Maryland 

60 Georgetown 43 H 
49 Duke 47 H 

58 Wake Forest 62 H 

72 Virgima 69 R 

61 Duke 68 R 

70 Nonh Carohna 60 R 

58 Texas Tech 54 R 
83 Rhode Island 66 R 
78 Cmcmnati 61 R 
68 South Carohna 51 H 
78 Virgima 65 H 

71 Clemson 63 R 
68 South Carohna 52 R 
68 N.C. State 64 H 
53 George Washmgton 75 R 

60 Navy 54 R 

67 Wilham&Mary 62 R 

67 George Washmgton 73 H 

63 North Carohna 61 H 

68 Clemson 66 H 
68 NC State 78 R 
71 Wake Forest 75 R 

57 Georgetown 48 R 
67 Virgmia 68 A 

1955-56 

14-10 (9-5 H; 5-4 R; 0-1 N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 

Maryland 

67 Vugmia 55 H 

52 Wilham&Mary 51 H 

61 Wake Forest 51 H 

61 Kentucky 62 H 

62 North Carohna 68 H 
75 Michigan State 95 H 

75 St Francis 66 H 

76 South Carohna 57 H 
62 George Washmgton 48 H 
71 Clemson 63 R 

59 South Carohna 53 R 

64 N.C. State 73 H 
62 Duke 76 R 



55 North Carohna 64 R 

62 Georgetown 57 R 

80 Navy 61 H 

70 Duke 82 H 
67 George Washington 46 R 

81 Clemson 69 H 

71 NC State 62 R 
60 Wake Forest 76 R 
60 Vnginia 73 R 

72 Georgetown 61 H 
69 Duke 94 A 

1956-57 

16-10 (8-2 H; 7-7 R; 1-1 N) 
9-5 ACC (2nd) 

Maryland 

67 Virginia 63 R 
62 Fotdham 68 H 
59 Wake Forest 53 H 

55 Kentucky 76 R 
|1 North Carolina 70 R 
89 Montana State 72 R 
93 New Mexico A&M 46 R 
43 Virginia 39 R 

59 Clemson 52 R 

60 South Carohna 68 R 
62 Duke 51 H 

68 George Washington 48 R 
66 South Carolma 59 H 

82 Georgetown 69 H 
79 NC State 66 H 

60 Duke 72 R 

84 George Washmgton 67 H 

61 North Carohna 65 H 

85 Virginia 64 H 

56 NC State 49 R 

58 Wake Forest 62 R 
55 Navy 56 R 
74 Clemson 66 H 

62 Georgetown 59 R 
71 Vugrma 68 A 
64 South Carolma 74 A 

1957-58 

22-7 (10-1 H; 7-5 R; 5-1 N) 

9-5 ACC (4th) 

ACC Tournament 

Champion 

Maryland 

64 George Washington 55 H 

61 Fordham 58 R 

71 Kentucky 62 H 

72 Wake Forest 58 H 
88 Navy 58 H 

71 Vanderbilt 56 R 
46 Memphis State 47 R 

72 South Carohna 59 R 
66 Clemson 73 R 
74 Duke 49 H 
74 North Carohna 61 H 
55 Georgetown 45 R 
48 N.C State 67 H 
64 Navy 51 R 
87 Vugmia 66 R 
74 Wake Forest 67 R 
72 Clemson 64 H 
64 N.C. State 69 R 

69 Virgmia 56 H 

59 Duke 68 R 
59 North Carohna 66 R 

66 Georgetown 46 H 
99 South Carohna 59 H 

70 Vuginia 66 A 

71 Duke 65 A 

86 North Carohna 74 A 
86 Boston College 63 C 

67 Temple 71 C 
59 Manhattan 55 C 



1958-59 

10-13 (7-3 H; 3-9 R; 0-1 N) 
7-7 ACC (T3rd) 
Maryland 

53 N.C. State 65 H 

62 Northwestern 66 R 

63 Vuginia 56 H 

56 Kentucky 58 R 
50 Navy 53 H 

68 Wake Forest 65 H 

45 Mississippi State 56 R 

54 Loyola 50 R 

64 Duke 31 H 

69 South Carolma 41 R 

46 Clemson 55 R 
61 Georgetown 53 H 
69 Duke 78 R 

57 North Carohna 64 R 
53 Wake Forest 56 R 

65 George Washmgton 66 H 
37 N.C- State 53 R 
77 Clemson 58 H 
50 Virginia 62 R 
69 North Carolma 51 H 
67 Georgetovra 56 R 
75 South Carolma 46 H 
65 Vnginia 66 A 

1959-60 



15-8 (8-2 H; 7-5 R; 0-1 N 


) 


9-5 ACC (3rd) 






Maryland 






64 George Washmgton 


57 


R 


70 Vnginia 


62 


H 


59 Georgetown 


48 


H 


47 Wake Forest 


54 


H 


63 hidiana 


72 


R 


76 Fordham 


54 


R 


103 Yale 


80 


H 


86 South Carohna 


52 


H 


51 Georgetovra 


66 


R 


56 Duke 


48 


R 


63 NC State 


53 


H 


51 Navy 


50 


R 


66 North Carohna 


75 


H 


64 Wake Forest 


65 


R 


44 Vuginia 


43 


R 


46 N.C. State 


48 


R 


70 Clemson 


55 


H 


71 Duke 


61 


H 


86 George Washmgton 


84 


H 


64 North Carohna 


81 


R 


67 Clemson 


59 


R 


72 South Carohna 


55 


R 


58 NC State 


74 


A 


1960-61 






14-12 (8-2 H; 5-9 R; 1-1 N) 


6-8 ACC (5th) 






Maryland 






64 Penn State 


47 


H 


57 Virginia 


62 


R 


80 George Washmgton 


66 


H 


64 Minnesota 


53 


R 


78 Georgetovra 


67 


R 


60 Wake Forest 


72 


H 


57 North Carohna 


81 


R 


67 N.C- State 


76 


R 


84 Wyoming 


77 


R 


72 South Carohna 


58 


H 


55 Georgetown 


47 


H 


62 Duke 


70 


R 


52 North Carohna 


58 


H 


63 Navy 


62 


H 


75 N.C. State 


57 


R 


56 North Carohna 


63 


R 


69 Wake Forest 


78 


R 


69 Clemson 


76 


R 


61 South Carohna 


64 


R 


66 N.C. State 


83 


R 


76 Duke 


71 


H 


44 George Washm0on 


63 


R 



77 Vuginia 


62 


H 


82 Clemson 


80 


H 


91 Clemson 


75 


A 


76 Wake Forest 


98 


A 



1961-62 

8-17 (4-6 H; 4-10 R; 0-1 N) 
3-11 ACC (7th) 
Maryland 

65 Penn State 71 R 

78 Georgetown 79 H 
68 N.C. State 73 H 
75 Minnesota 69 H 

79 Wake Forest 62 H 
91 Vuginia 70 R 
62 Mississippi State 64 R 
64 Louisville 83 R 

67 George Washmgton 56 R 

77 South Carohna 86 H 
83 Georgetovra 70 R 

68 Duke 84 R 

81 George Washmgton 67 H 
61 N.C. State 68 R 

71 Miami (Fla) 68 R 
58 Navy 67 R 

79 North Carohna 62 H 
68 South Carolma 85 R 
61 Clemson 73 R 

53 Duke 79 H 

78 Wake Forest 81 R 

67 North Carohna 70 R 

68 Virgima 72 H 
68 Clemson 75 H 

58 Duke 71 A 

1962-63 

8-13 (5-6 H; 3-6 R; 0-1 N) 
4-10 ACC (T6th) 

Maryland 

61 Penn State 62 H 

70 Georgetown 79 R 

56 Duke 92 R 

74 N.C. State 76 H 

67 Vuginia 61 R 
74 Wake Forest 86 H 

68 South Carohna 63 H 
74 George Washmgton 72 H 

67 Navy 61 H 
56 Nonh Carohna 78 H 

59 N.C. State 79 R 

68 George Washmgton 67 R 

73 Georgetovra 72 H 

68 North Carohna 82 R 

60 Clemson 62 R 

61 South Carohna 44 R 

64 Wake Forest 76 R 

69 Vugima 71 H 

70 Duke 76 H 
69 Clemson 67 H 
41 Wake Forest 80 A 

1963-64 

9-17 (5-4 H; 4-12 R; 0-1 N) 
5-9 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

68 Vugmia 68 H 

72 Georgetovra 83 R 

62 Penn State 91 R 
72 N.C State 62 H 

74 West Vugmia 72 H 
56 Clemson 48 H 
59 Tennessee 70 R 

75 LSU 65 R 

54 Arizona 57 R 

82 Columbia 76 R 

69 South Carohna 73 H 
56 Navy 68 R 
88 North Carohna 97 R 

65 N.C. State 66 R 
91 Wake Forest 82 R 

80 George Washmgton 76 R 
67 WestVirgmia 91 R 
72 Duke 104 H 



102 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



77 Wake Forest 
74 North Carolina 
73 Virginia 

63 Duke 

78 Georgetown 
68 Clemson 

64 South Carolina 
67 Clemson 



79 H 

64 H 

79 R 

84 R 

81 H 



83 
74 
81 



1964-65 

18-8 (9-3 H; 8-4 R;MN) 
10-4 ACC (T2nd) 

Maryland 

72 Penn State 71 H 
82 George Washington 80 H 

59 Virginia 61 R 
62 N,C, State 63 H 

73 West Virginia 30 H 
82 Wake Forest 64 H 
61 Kansas 63 H 

66 Tulsa 59 R 
73 Miami (Fla) 80 R 

76 North Carolina 68 H 

67 Clemson 65 R 

75 South Carolina 70 R 

77 Navy 58 H 
93 Wake Forest 85 R 
67 NC. State 73 R 
91 North Carolina 80 R 
64 Duke 82 R 
86 West Virginia 78 R 
35 Georgetown 67 R 
52 Virginia 47 H 

70 Navy 57 R 

85 Duke 82 H 
88 Clemson 71 H 

73 South Carolina 69 H 
61 Clemson 50 A 
67 N.C. State 76 A 

1965-66 

14-11 (7-3 H; 7-7 R; 0-1 N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 
Maiyland 

61 Penn State 65 R 
37 Wake Forest 66 H 
69 N.C, State 48 H 

62 Kansas 71 R 

63 Kansas State 57 R 
77 Georgetown 59 H 

74 West Virginia 76 R 
69 Houston 68 R 

77 Dayton 75 R 

52 North Carohna 67 R 

62 Virginia 65 H 
61 Duke 76 R 

58 NC. State 60 R 
107 George Washington 81 R 
66 Clemson 71 R 

78 South Carolina 63 R 

76 North Carolina 66 H 

86 Wake Forest 78 R 
74 Navy 69 H 
107 West Virginia 92 H 

71 Virgmia 64 R 
69 Duke 74 H 
56 South Carolina 42 H 

69 Clemson 81 H 

70 North Carolina 77 A 

1966-67 

11-14 (5-5 H; 6-8 R; 0-1 N) 
5-9ACC(T5th) 

Maryland 

76 Penn State 53 H 

54 N.C, State 38 R 

63 South Carolina 65 H 
85 Vugmia 65 R 

60 Oklahoma State 49 R 

53 Memphis State 55 R 

59 Wake Forest 68 H 
66 Davidson 65 R 



57 Army 

60 NC State 

82 West Virginia 
69 Duke 
68 Clemson 

58 West Virginia 
53 South Carolina 

77 North Carolina 

78 George Washington 
49 Georgetown 

87 Virginia 

65 Navy 

58 Duke 

78 North Carolina 

61 Clemson 

64 Wake Forest 
64 South Carolina 



64 R 

56 H 

81 R 

72 H 

48 H 

61 H 

80 R 

85 R 

52 H 

80 R 

76 H 



79 H 
65 R 
78 R 
A 



57 




FRANK FELLOWS 

2 Seasons: 
1967-68 to 1968-69 

Record: 16-34 
Conference: 6-22 

1967-68 

8-16 (7-3 H; 1-12 R; 0-1 N) 
4-10 ACC (6th) 

Maryland 

71 Penn State 76 R 

84 George Washington 53 R 

62 NC. State 75 H 

66 South Carolina 66 H 
60 Wake Forest 73 R 

53 Texas El Paso 70 R 

72 Southern nimois 73 R 

59 South Carohna 68 R 
52 NC. State 68 R 
79 WestVirgmia 75 H 
52 Duke 84 H 
93 Clemson 94 R 
76 Navy 72 H 

73 Miami (Fla.) 93 R 

67 North Carohna 73 H 
64 Duke 86 R 
66 WestVirgmia 83 R 

85 Virginia 76 H 
87 Wake Forest 74 H 

60 North Carolina 83 R 
81 Clemson 68 H 

68 Virginia 70 R 

68 Georgeiown 60 H 

54 NC State 63 A 

1968-69 

8-18 (4-6 H; 4-11 R; 0-1 N) 
2-12 ACC (T7th) 

Maryland 

66 Penn State 56 H 

66 West Vugmia 86 R 

67 South Caiolma 79 R 

63 Princeton 72 H 
87 Wake Forest 95 R 
99 George Washmgton 96 H 
89 Marshall 80 R 
35 Miami (Fla) 92 R 

69 Davidson 83 R 
95 Wichita 83 R 
71 Wake Forest 93 R 
69 NC. State 85 R 
67 South Carohna 69 H 



85 Duke 

83 Clemson 

77 Virginia 

87 North Carolina 
81 NC. State 
91 WestVirgmia 

83 Duke 
68 Navy 

78 Virginia 

86 North Carolina 

84 Clemson 

83 Georgetown 
71 South Carolina 



96 R 

78 H 

78 H 

107 R 

86 H 

84 H 

93 H 



72 
84 
88 
83 
78 
92 




CHARLES "Lefty" 




DRIESELL 






17 Seasons: 






1969-70 to 1985-86 




Record: 348-159 




Conference: 126-101 




1969-76 






13-13 (10-4 H; 3-8 R; 0-1 N) 


5-9 ACC (6th) 

UanrlanH 






Mdiyiana 
97 Buffalo 


77 


H 


92 George Washington 


71 


R 


67 Princeton 


75 


R 


87 Wake Forest 


104 


H 


68 South Carolina 


101 


H 


54 Army 


69 


H 


94 Fordhara 


71 


H 


94 Delaware 


53 


H 


57 N.C. State 


91 


R 


96 Wake Forest 


88 


R 


83 WestVirgmia 


76 


H 


44 South Carohna 


55 


R 


76 Clemson 


63 


R 


73 Navy 


57 


H 


97 Maine 


68 


H 


52 Duke 


50 


H 


69 North Carohna 


77 


H 


54 N.C. State 


64 


R 


81 Georgetown 


71 


H 


69 Virginia 


71 


R 


83 North Carolma 


90 


R 


76 Duke 


87 


R 


103 Clemson 


85 


H 


78 WestVirgmia 


83 


R 


79 Virginia 


71 


H 


67 N.C. State 


67 


A 


1976-71 






14-12 (11-4 H; 3-7 R; 0-1 N) 


5-9 ACC (T6th) 




Maryland 






86 Delaware 


73 


H 


109 Buffalo 


70 


H 


35 Lehigh 


66 


H 


72 Wake Forest 


71 


H 


70 South Carolina 


96 


R 


79 Georgetown 


96 


R 


80 Tampa 


72 


H 


111 Miami (Fla.) 


77 


H 


99 Richmond 


67 


H 


81 N.C. State 


83 


H 


31 South Carohna 


30 


H 


56 Clemson 


52 


H 


69 George Washmgton 


67 


H 


88 Loyola (Md) 


69 


R 


70 North Carohna 


105 


R 


61 N.C. State 


71 


R 



88 Duke 
63 Virginia 
67 Duke 

76 North Carohna 
66 SetonHall 
45 Clemson 
31 WestVirgmia 
66 Wake Forest 

89 Virginia 

63 South Carolina 



79 R 

78 R 

70 H 

100 H 

56 R 

51 R 

83 H 



72 



71 



1971-72 

27-5 (14-0 H; 7-4 R; 6-1 N) 
8-4 ACC (T2nd) 
NIT Champions 

Maryland 

100 Brown 83 H 

118 George Washington 96 R 

67 Virginia 78 R 

79 Georgetown 46 H 

86 Canisius 77 H 

73 Loyola 60 R 

102 Holy Cross 79 R 

103 Western Kentucky 67 H 

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

61 Clemson 63 R 
49 Wake Forest 46 R 
85 Navy 60 R 
82 Buffalo 58 H 

72 North Carolina 92 R 

66 N.C State 65 R 

77 Duke 58 H 
85 Duquesne 71 H 

78 Long Island Univ 60 R 

79 North Carolma 77 H 

67 Clemson 57 H 
76 Richmond 61 H 

59 Duke 68 R 
64 Wake Forest 56 H 
45 Virginia 42 H 
54 Clemson 62 A 

62 Virginia 67 A 
64 North Carolma 73 A 
67 St Joseph's 55 T 
71 Syracuse 65 T 

91 Jacksonville 77 T 
100 Niagara 69 T 

1972-73 

23-7 (12-1 H; 8-4 R; 3-2 N) 
7-5 ACC (3rd) 

Maryland 

127 Brown 82 H 

82 Richmond 50 R 
107 Canisms 80 H 

99 Georgetown 73 R 

88 George Washmgton 79 H 
90 Georgia Tech 55 H 

90 Syracuse 76 H 
76 Kent State 68 H 
79 Clemson 75 R 

93 Virgima 74 H 

85 N.C. State 87 H 

76 Navy 67 R 
105 Wake Forest 76 H 

100 Long Island 73 H 

94 North Carohna 88 H 
78 NC State 39 R 
81 Duke 85 R 

83 Fordham 72 R 
93 Buffalo 64 H 

86 North Carohna 95 R 
69 Clemson 66 H 
81 Duquesne 71 R 
96 Duke 68 H 

60 Wake Forest 62 R 

92 Virginia 81 R 

77 Clemson 61 A 

73 Wake Forest 65 A 

74 N.C. State 76 A 

91 Syracuse 75 C 

89 Providence 103 C 



1973-74 

23-5 (12-1 H; 9-3 R; 2-1 N) 
9-3 ACC ( T2nd) 
Maryland 

64 UCLA 65 R 

106 Eastern Kentucky 57 H 

115 Georgetown 83 H 

78 San Francisco 60 R 

53 Santa Clara 32 R 

102 Holy Cross 75 H 
58 Boston College 37 H 
96 Richmond 60 R 

89 Clemson 60 H 
72 Wake Forest 59 R 

74 N.C. State 80 R 
112 Fordham 73 H 

72 Navy 60 R 

86 Canisms 73 H 

73 North Carolina 82 R 

80 N.C. State 86 H 
101 Duke 83 H 
38 Virginia 31 R 

92 George Washington 71 R 
91 North Carolina 80 H 
56 Clemson 54 R 

98 Duquesne 72 H 

64 Duke 61 R 
77 Wake Forest 68 H 

110 Virginia 75 H 

85 Duke 66 A 

105 North Carolina 85 A 
100 N.C. State 103 A 

1974-75 

24-5 (12-2 H; 10-1 R; 2-2 N) 

10-2 ACC 

ACC REGULAR SEASON 

CHAMPIONS 

Maryland 

106 Richmond 81 H 

99 Wake Forest 78 R 
99 Long Island 84 H 

104 Georgetown 71 R 
113DePaul 49 H 
31 George Washington 67 R 

105 Georgia Tech 67 H 

75 UCLA 81 H 
96 RppalachianState 50 H 

90 Notre Dame 82 H 
83 Duke 77 H 
89 Wake Forest 73 H 

103 N.C. State 85 H 

87 Navy 73 R 

82 Clemson 33 R 
66 North Carohna 69 H 

98 N.C. State 97 R 

86 Virginia 79 H 

65 Fordham 46 R 

104 Duke 80 R 
96 North Carolma 74 R 
70 Vugmia 51 R 

103 Duquesne 82 R 
70 Clemson 64 H 

104 East Tennessee 87 H 
86 N.C. State 87 A 

83 Creighton 79 C 
83 Notre Dame 71 C 
82 LouisviEe 96 C 

1975-78 

22-6 (13-2 H; 8-3 R; 1-1 N) 
7-5ACC(T2nd) 

Maryland 

127 East Carohna 84 H 

99 DePauw 42 H 
98 Richmond 71 R 
122 Boston University 82 H 

93 Georgia Tech 65 H 

81 Fordham 56 H 
70 UNC Charlotte 60 H 
104 SetonHall 69 H 

66 Prmceton 69 H 

111 Long Island 88 H 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



103 



TERPS THROUGH THE YEARS 



82 George Washington 


72 


R 


93 Wake Forest 


96 


R 


87 N-C, State 


69 


R 


87 Navy 


69 


R 


77 Clemson 


82 


H 


93 North Caiohna (ot) 


95 


R 


102 N,C^ State 


84 


H 


69 Notre Dame 


63 


R 


69 Virginia 


66 


R 


102 Duke 


91 


H 


69 North Caiobna 


81 


H 


98 Clemson 


89 


R 


72 Georgetown 


63 


R 


67 Duke 


69 


R 


105 Wake Forest 


91 


H 


81 Viigima 


73 


H 


80 Duke(ot) 


78 


A 


65 Virginia 


73 


A 


1976-77 






19-8 (15-4 H; 3-3 R; 1-1 N) 


7-5ACC(4th) 






Maryland 






79 Notre Dame (ot) 


80 


H 


86 Ball State 


70 


H 


49 Long Island 


45 


H 


58 Prmceton 


45 


H 


80 East Caiohna 


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 


86 Wake Forest (ot) 


86 


H 


87 N,C, State 


80 


H 


62 Navy 


54 


N 


71 Clemson 


93 


R 


68 North Carotna 


71 


H 


75 N,C. State 


73 


R 


76 George Washmgton 


86 


H 


82 Virginia 


67 


H 


65 Duke(ot) 


64 


R 


70 North Caiohna 


97 


R 


84 Clemson 


78 


H 


88 Pittsburgh 


75 


H 


85 Duke 


72 


H 


81 Wake Forest 


80 


R 


68 Vnginia 


77 


R 


72 N.C. State 


82 


A 



1977-78 

15-13 (10-4 H; 1-8 R; 4-1 N) 
3-9 ACC (6th) 
Matyland 
95 Bucknell 
78 American 
91 Geoigetown 
89 Penn State 
130 East Caiohna 



62 
65 
87 



H 
N 
N 
80 N 
106 H 



90 George Washington 101 



94 Long Island 

99 Army 

91 Western Kentucky 

65 Georgia Tech 

78 Duke 

76 Wake Forest 

82 N.C. State 

74 Air Force 

90 Clemson 

71 North CaroUna 

73 N.C, State 

54 Notre Dame 

64 Vugima 

81 Nevada-Las Vegas 

64 North Carohna 

80 Clemson 

86 Pittsburgh (ot) 

70 Duke 



91 Wake Forest 
70 Virgima 
109 N.C, State (3 ot) 
69 Duke 

1978-79 

19-11 (12-4 H; 4-4 R; 
6-6 ACC (4th) 

Maryland 

107 Bucknell 

65 Georgetown 

81 Air Force 

88 Nevada-Las Vegas 

69 Penn State 
86 Biscayne 

82 EastCarolma 
124 N.C. State 
129 Canisius 

62 St. Joseph's (ot) 

83 Southern Cahfornia 

84 George Washington 
60 Wake Forest 

82 N.C. State (2ot) 
84 Louisville 

77 Clemson 

53 North Carolma 
82 Navy 

66 Notre Dame 

63 Virginia 

78 Duke 

67 North Carohna 
77 Clemson 

70 Duke 

54 Wake Forest 
72 Virginia 

75 Clemson 

79 North Carolina 

67 Rhode Island (3 ot) 
72 Ohio State 

1979-88 



89 H 

79 H 

108 A 

81 A 



3-3 N) 



97 H 

68 N 

68 R 
94 R 

61 N 
60 H 

71 H 
110 H 
103 H 
56 H 
79 H 

72 H 
66 H 
81 R 
99 H 
63 R 
54 H 

62 H 
65 H 

69 H 
R 
R 



87 
76 
69 H 
68 H 



102 A 



24-7 (16-0 H; 4-4 R; 4-3 N) 


11-3 ACC 






ACC REGULAR SEASON 


CHAMPIONS 






Maryland 






82 U.M.E.S. 


58 


H 


56 Penn State 


56 


N 


71 Georgetown 


83 


N 


72 Brown 


59 


H 


113Cathohc 


79 


H 


70 Georgia Tech 


60 


H 


95 Bucknell 


73 


H 


115 Miami (Ohio) 


76 


H 


85 Temple 


63 


H 


83 GeorgitaTech 


73 


R 


84 Wake Forest 


76 


R 


62 N.C. State 


67 


R 


95 Pittsburgh 


88 


H 


84 Clemson 


83 


H 


92 North Carohna 


86 


R 


66 N.C. State 


62 


H 


63 Notre Dame 


64 


R 


63 Virginia 


61 


R 


101 Duke 


82 


H 


70 Nonh Caiohna 


69 


H 


81 Clemson 


90 


R 


99 Boston 


76 


H 


85 EastCaiolma 


72 


H 


61 Duke 


66 


R 


83 Wake Forest 


77 


H 


82 Virgima 


71 


H 


62 George Tech(ot) 


49 


A 


91 Clemson 


85 


A 


72 Duke 


73 


A 


86 Tennessee 


75 


C 


68 Geoigetown 


74 


C 



1988-81 

21-10 (13-3 H; 6-5 R; 
8-6 ACC (4th) 

Maryland 

86 Navy 

96 American 

96 Wagner 

83 Syracuse 

109 Fairleigh Dickinson 

67 Louisville 

82 N.C. State (ot) 

66 Georgia Tech 

114 Marshall 

74 St Joseph's 

69 WiIliam&Mary 
66 North Caiohna 
94 Duke 

64 Vnginia 

68 Clemson(ot) 
81 U.M.E.S. 

70 NotieDame 

69 Pittsbuigh (ot) 
72 GeoigeTech 
60 Wake Forest 
54 Duke 

72 Clemson 

63 North Carohna 

94 WakeFoiest 

76 N C State 

63 Vnginia 

56 Duke 
85 Virginia 

60 North Carohna 

81 Tenn Chattanooga 

64 Indiana 

1981-82 

16-13 (13-3 H; 2-8 R; 
5-9 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

49 St. Peter's 

82 Lafayette 

87 Long Island 

74 George Mason 

76 U.M.E.S. 

75 Towson State 
53 N.C. State 

90 Ohio University 
43 Georgia Tech 

57 UCLA 

50 North Carolina 
40 Duke 
40 Virginia (ot) 
62 Clemson 

91 Canisius 

51 Notre Dame 

60 WiIham&Mary 

61 Georgia Tech 
61 WakeFoiest 

77 Duke 
94 Hofstia 
56 North Carohna 
66 Clemson 
42 Wake Forest 
38 N.C. State 
47 Vnginia (ot) 
28 N.C. State 
66 Richmond 
69 Georgia 



3-2 N) 



64 H 

65 H 



83 H 

78 R 
75 H 
55 R 
89 H 
57 H 

64 H 

75 R 

79 H 
66 H 
62 R 

65 H 
73 H 

66 R 
64 H 

67 R 
55 R 
70 H 

76 H 

80 H 



1-2 N) 



42 H 

58 H 
79 H 
62 H 
64 H 

59 H 
74 R 
64 H 
45 H 
90 R 
66 H 
36 R 
45 R 
57 H 
73 H 



55 
43 

64 



56 H 

60 H 

59 H 

59 R 



75 
48 



52 H 
46 H 



40 
50 
83 



1982-83 

20-10 (14-3 H; 5-4 R; 1-3 N) 
8-6 ACC (T3rd) 

Maryland 

79 Penn State 97 N 
91 U.M.E.S. 70 H 
67 Canisius 66 R 
56 St. Joseph's 64 H 
86 Duquesne 64 H 
66 Towson 56 H 

80 UCLA(2ot) 79 H 



73 American 

56 WiIliam&Mary 

64 Vnginia 

71 North Caiolina 

67 Duke 

80 Clemson 

68 Notre Dame 
66 Holy Cross 
56 N.C. State 
98 Navy 

87 Old Dominion 

77 GeoigiaTech 

66 WakeFoiest 
106 North Caiohna 
92 Clemson 

101 Duke 

60 GeoigiaTech 

83 WakeFoiest 

67 N.C, State 

81 Vnginia 

58 Geoigia Tech (ot) 

52 Tenn Chattanooga 

50 Houston 



71 H 
51 H 
83 H 

72 R 
56 H 
61 R 
67 H 
53 R 
81 H 

73 H 

67 H 

68 H 
79 R 
94 H 
88 H 

R 
R 



90 
70 
76 H 



58 
83 
64 
51 
60 



1983-84 






24-8 (13-2 H; 6-4 R; 5-2 N) 


9-5 ACC (2nd 






ACC TOURNAMENT 




CHAMPIONS 






Maryland 






108 Johns Hopkms 


65 


H 


68 Ohio State 


72 


N 


77 Canisius 


55 


H 


67 Penn State 


58 


N 


78 Duquesne 


67 


R 


104 U.M,E,S, 


69 


H 


89 Boston College 


76 


H 


58 Randolph Macon 


52 


H 


96 LaSalle 


83 


H 


59 N,C. State 


56 


R 


58 WUliam&Maiy 


44 


H 


62 North Carolina 


74 


H 


81 Duke 


75 


R 


85 Clemson 


72 


H 


69 OldDommion 


58 


R 


47 NotieDame 


52 


R 


67 Viigima 


66 


R 


70 GeoigiaTech 


71 


R 


87 WakeFoiest 


90 


R 


84 Duke 


89 


H 


61 Dayton 


59 


H 


66 Clemson 


65 


R 


63 North Carolina 


78 


R 


79 GeoigiaTech 


74 


H 


90 WakeFoiest 


79 


H 


63 N,C, State 


50 


H 


74 Vnginia 


65 


H 


69 N,C, State 


63 


A 


66 Wake Forest 


64 


A 


74 Duke 


62 


A 


102 West Virginia 


77 


C 


70 Illinois 


72 


C 



1984-85 

25-12 (14-2 H; 7-6 R; 4-4 N) 
8-6ACC(T4th) 

Maryland 

56 Kansas 58 N 

54 Alaska 52 R 

72 Tennessee 49 N 

56 WestVngmia 47 H 

95 Cleveland State 84 H 

59 Alabama 54 R 

76 Ohio State 73 H 

87 U.ME.S. 48 H 

81 Loyola 74 R 

78 lowa(ot) 68 N 

79 Hawaii 71 R 
69 GeoigiaTech 70 N 
58 N.C. State 66 H 
61 Dayton 67 R 
74 North Carohna 75 R 
78 Duke(ot) 76 H 
94 Clemson 84 H 
76 U.N.L.V. 78 R 
99 Holy Cross 75 H 



77 NotieDame 
77 ViUanova 
71 Vnginia 
60 GeoigiaTech 
87 Old Dominion 
64 WakeFoiest 
62 Duke 

54 North Caiolma 
64 Clemson 
43 GeoigiaTech 
91 Towson State 
69 WakeFoiest 
71 N.C. State 
60 Vnginia 
73 Duke 

69 Miami (OH) (ot) 
64 Navy 
43 Villanova 



85 H 

74 H 

58 H 

72 H 

76 H 



62 
70 



60 H 

71 R 

48 R 

38 H 

66 H 

70 R 



56 



1985-86 






19-14 (10-5 H; 6-7 R; 3-2 N) 


6-8 ACC (6th) 






Maryland 






84 Northeastern 


72 


H 


81 George Mason 


80 


R 


66 Ohio State 


78 


R 


74 F. Dickinson 


51 


H 


77 Wm. & Mary 


48 


H 


61 UNLV 


64 


H 


42 West Virginia 


41 


R 


91 Towson State 


58 


H 


60 Alabama 


58 


H 


67 Stanford 


65 


N 


92 Hawaii Pacific 


85 


R 


75 Duke 


81 


H 


74 Rand. Macon 


sO 


H 


67 GeoigiaTech 


68 


R 


67 North Carolma 


71 


H 


49 Vnginia 


70 


R 


55 N.C. State 


67 


H 


68 Duke 


80 


R 


77 Wake Forest 


56 


H 


62 ViUanova 


64 


R 


62 NotieDame 


69 


R 


78 Clemson 


69 


H 


67 N.C. State 


66 


R 


60 Clemson 


70 


R 


91 UMES 


44 


H 


77 N.Carolma 


72 


R 


70 Georgia Tech 


77 


H 


59 WakeFoiest 


48 


R 


87 Vnginia 


72 


H 


85 N. Carohna 


75 


A 


62 Georgia Tech 


64 


A 


69 Pepperdme 


64 


C 


64 UNLV 


70 


C 




BOB WADE: 

3 Seasons: 

1986-87 to 1988-89 

Record: 36-50 
Conference: 7-35 

1986-87 

9-17 (8-8 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 N) 
0-14 ACC (8th) 

Maryland 

76 Winthiop 58 H 

70 Fauleigh Dickinson 59 H 

50 NotieDame 63 H 

47 NC State 69 R 

79 Towson State 71 H 

65 North Caiohna 98 R 

64 Vnginia 71 H 

61 Duke 85 H 

64 Clemson 72 R 



104 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



77 BuckneU 


68 


H 


65 West Virginia 


62 


H 


73 Old Dominion 


87 


R 


90 James Madison 


76 


R 


72 Georgia Tech 


76 


R 


58 Wake Forest 


69 


R 


79 Clemson 


80 


H 


67 Duke 


76 


R 


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 


117UMES 


51 


H 


77 Virginia 


82 


R 


63 North Carolina 


32 


A 


1987-88 






18-13 (8-4 H; 6-7 R; 4-2 N) 


6-8 ACC (5th) 






Maryland 
74 Loyola (Md) 


60 


N 


77 Mississippi 


69 


N 


65 Winthrop 


52 


H 


49 West Virginia 


75 


R 


82 Mt. St, Mary's 


54 


R 


75 East Carolina 


59 


H 


54 L.S.U. 


55 


R 


82 South Carolrna 


77 


H 


88 Arkansas 


61 


H 


93 Wake Forest 


76 


H 


85 Missouri 


93 


R 


68 Clemson 


53 


H 


65 North Carolina 


71 


H 


72 Duke 


69 


R 


72 Virginia 


84 


R 


81 NC State 


83 


H 


78 Notre Dame 


75 


R 


70 Old Dominion 


65 


R 


83 Georgia Tech 


96 


H 


70 Clemson 


66 


R 


83 Duke 


90 


H 


82 Georgia Tech 


104 


R 


73 North Carolrna 


74 


R 


101 UMES 


51 


H 


70 Wake Forest 


65 


R 


68 NC State 


74 


R 


69 Virginia 


63 


H 


84 Georgia Tech 


67 


A 


64 North Carolina 


74 


A 


92 Cal-Santa Barbara 


32 


C 


81 Kentucky 


90 


C 


1988-89 






9-20 (5-9 H; 0-10 R; 4-1 N) 


1-13 ACC (8th) 




Maryland 






74 Texas Christian 


67 


N 


69 Georgia State 


62 


N 


97 UMES 


53 


H 


51 South Carolina 


57 


R 


73 Morgan State 


61 


H 


68 Arkansas 


73 


R 


74 Monmouth 


70 


H 


61 WestVirgmia 


69 


H 


74 Lamar 


65 


N 


51 Texas-El Paso 


69 


R 


77 Louisiana State 


79 


H 


60 Wake Forest 


70 


R 


53 Clemson 


75 


R 


72 North Carolrna 


38 


R 


72 Duke 


32 


H 


58 Virgmia(OT) 


64 


H 


73 Missouri 


87 


H 


67 N,C, State 


90 


H 


78 UMBC 


66 


H 


74 Georgia Tech 


87 


R 


98 Clemson 


37 


H 


60 Duke 


36 


R 


66 Georgia Tech 


67 


H 


75 North Carolina 


86 


H 


61 Wake Forest 


75 


H 


77 N,C, State 


94 


R 


59 Virginia 


86 


R 


71 N.C. State 


49 


A 


68 North Carolina 


38 


A 



N25 


87 


N27 


105 


01 


51 


D2 


78 


D4 


65 


D9 


68 


D12 


63 


D22 


104 


D23 


91 


D24 


93 


D30 


110 


J4 


88 


J6 


77 


JIO 


98 


J13 


80 


J17 


74 


J20 


61 


J23 


84 


J27 


61 


J29 


39 


F3 


84 


F7 


73 


FIO 


111 


F13 


78 


F17 


80 


F19 


64 


F22 


113 


F24 


74 


F28 


96 


M3 


89 


M9 


34 


M16 


91 


M19 


78 




GARY WILLIAMS 

2 Seasons: 
1989-90 to Present 

Record: 35-26 
Conference: 11-17 

1989-90 

19-14 (12-4 H; 3-7 R; 4-3 N) 
6-8ACC(T5th) 



Maryland 



Delaware 

Augusta College 

{S South Carolina 

(gArmy 

% Connecticut 

JacksonviDe 

Coppin State 

#George Mason 

#E, Tennessee State 

#CSU-Sacraraento 

Alcorn State 

Wake Forest 

at Clemson 

North Carolina 

at Duke 

at Virginia 

at Boston Univ, 

South Florida 

at N,C. State 

Virginia Tech 

Georgia Tech 

Clemson 

Duke 

at Georgia Tech 

at North Carolina 

at Southern Cal 

Md.Baltimote County 

at Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

Virginia 

$Duke 

&Massachusetts 

&at Penn State 



0pp. 
53 
74 
52 
60 
87 
53 
70 



91 
82 
32 
88 
91 
72 
65 
66 
81 
30 
90 
75 
OT 114 
80 
76 
62 
61 
84 
95 
74 
104 
31 



(S Central Fidelity Holiday Classic, Richmond, VA 
% ACC-Big East Challenge, Hartford, CT 
# Chaminade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, HI 
$ ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC 
& National tavitation Tournament 







1990-91 










16-12 (11-3 H; 3-8 R; 2-1 N) 








5-9 ACC (7th) 








Maryland 




0pp. 




N26 


93 


Towson State 


69 


H 


N28 


72 


Southern Cal 


59 


H 


Dl 


85 


at West Virginia 


90 


R 


D3 


86 


% Boston College 


100 


N 


D8 


70 


at Jacksonville 


71 


R 


Dll 


93 


UC-lrvine 


79 


H 


D22 


64 


Lafayette 


48 


H 


D27 


86 


# Rutgers 


31 


N 


D29 


78 


# South Carolina 


69 


N 


J2 


62 


at Wake Forest 


74 


R 


J5 


81 


Clemson 


65 


H 


J7 


92 


Md.-Baltimore County 


66 


H 


J9 


73 


at North Carolina 


105 


R 


J12 


78 


Duke 


94 


H 


J16 


62 


Virginia 


76 


H 


J19 


87 


at South Florida 


81 


R 


J22 


85 


Boston University 


59 


H 


J26 


104 


N.C. State 


100 


H 


J29 


72 


American 


69 


H 


Fl 


65 


at Georgia Tech 


80 


R 


F6 


69 


at Clemson 


73 


R 


F9 


81 


at Duke 


101 


R 


F13 


96 


Georgia Tech 


93 


H 


F16 


75 


North Carolina 


37 


H 


F19 


82 


at Virginia Tech 


67 


R 


F23 


86 


Wake Forest 


78 


H 


F27 


91 


at N.C. State 


114 


R 


M2 


78 


at Virginia 


OT 74 


R 



W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 

w 

L 
L 

L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 



% ACC-Big East Challenge, Richmond, VA 
# ECAC Holiday Festival, New York City, NY 




IVaJt Williams has been a major force for the Terps each of 
the last three years. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



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AP RANKINGS 



1954 

1. Kentucky 

2. LaSalle 

3. Holy Cross 

4. Indiana 

5^ Duquesne 

6. Notre Dame 

7. Bradley 

8. Western Kentucky 

9. PennState 

10. Oklahoma A&M 
20. Maryland 

1958 

1. WestVirgmia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. Kansas State 

4. San Francisco 

5. Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Kansas 

8. Notre Dame 

9. Kentucky 
10. Duke 

1972 

l.UCLA 

2. North Carolina 

3. Pennsylvania 

4. Louisville 

6. Long Beach St. 

6. South Carolma 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 

9. Brigham Young 

10. Florida State 
14. Maryland 

1973 

l.UCLA 

2. N.C. State 

3. Long Beach 

4. Providence 

5. Marquette 

6. Indiana 

7. S.W. Louisiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Kansas State 

10. Minnesota 

1974 

1. N.C. State 

2. UCLA 

3. Marquette 

4. Maryland 

5. Notre Dame 

6. Michigan 

7. Kansas 

8. Providence 

9. Indiana 

10. Long Beach 



1975 

1. UCLA 

2. Kentucky 

3. Indiana 

4. Louisville 

5. Maryland 

6. Syracuse 

7. N.C. State 

8. Arizona State 

9. North Carolina 
10. Alabama 

1976 

1. Indiana 

2. Marquette 

3. UNLV 

4. Rutgers 

5. UCLA 

6. Alabama 

7. Notre Dame 

8. North Carolina 

9. Michigan 

10. W. Michigan 

11. Maryland 

1980 

1. DePaul 

2. Louisville 

3. Louisiana State 

4. Kentucky 

5. Oregon State 

6. Syracuse 

7. Indiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Ohio State 

1981 

1. DePaul 

2. Oregon State 

3. Arizona State 

4. Louisiana State 

5. Virginia 

6. North Carolma 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Kentucky 

9. Indiana 
10. UCLA 
18. Maryland 

1984 

1. North Carolina 

2. Georgetown 

3. Kentucky 

4. DePaul 

5. Houston 

6. Illinois 

7. Oklahoma 

8. Arkansas 

9. Texas-El Paso 

10. Purdue 

11. Maryland 



UPI Rankings 



1958 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. San Francisco 

4. Kansas State 

5. Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Kansas 

9. Dayton 
10. Indiana 

1972 

l.UCLA 

2. North Carolina 

3. Pennsylvania 

4. Louisville 

5. South Carolina 

6. Long Beach St. 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 

9. Brigham Young 

10. Florida State 

11. Maryland 

1973 

l.UCLA 

2. N.C. State 

3. Long Beach 

4. Marquette 

5. Providence 

6. Indiana 

7. Kansas State 
S.W. Louisiana 

9. Minnesota 

10. Maryland 

1974 

1. N.C. State 

2. UCLA 

3. Notre Dame 

4. Maryland 

5. Marquette 

6. Providence 

7. Vanderbilt 

8. North Carolina 

9. Indiana 

10. Kansas 

1975 

1. Indiana 

2. UCLA 

3. Louisville 

4. Kentucky 

5. Maryland 

6. Marquette 

7. Anzona State 

8. Alabama 

9. N.C. State 

10. North Carolina 



1976 



1. Indiana 


2. Marquette 


3. Rutgers 


4. UNLV 


5. UCLA 


6. North Carolma 


7. Alabama 


8. Notre Dame 


9. Michigan 


10. Washington 


13. Maryland 


1980 


1. DePaul 


2. Louisiana State 


3. Kentucky 


4. Louisville 


5. Oregon 


6. Syracuse 


7. Indiana 


8. Maryland 


9. Ohio State 


10. Georgetown 


1981 


1. DePaul 


2. Oregon State 


3. Virginia 


4. Louisiana State 


5. Arizona State 


6. North Carolma 


7. hidiana 


8. Kentucky 


9. Notre Dame 


10. Utah 


20. Maryland 


1984 


1. North Carolina 


2. Georgetown 


3. Kentucky 


4. DePaul 


5. Houston 


6. Illinois 


7. Arkansas 


8. Oklahoma 


9. Texas-El Paso 


10. Maryland 



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IP SPORTS/MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 



The JP Sports/Maryland Radio Network brings Terrapin 
fans the most comprehensive coverage of Maryland 
basketball via a 18-station network covering three states. 

The flagship station of the network is Baltimore's WBAL 
(1100 AM), which produces the broadcasts and feeds the 
signal to Terp fans across the state of Maryland, and into 
Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, In 
Washington D.C., WRC (980 AM) joins the Maryland 
basketball family this season as the Terps carrier in the 
nation's capital. 

Each game, play-by-play announcer Johnny HoUiday and 
color commentator Greg Manning set up the action with an 
informative pre-game show, provide special analysis during 
halftime and post-game shows and bring complete tip-off-to- 
final buzzer game action. Head Coach Gary Williams is heard 
every game in a taped pre-game show and his post-game 
comments are aired hve immediately after each game. 

Johnny Holliday 

Play-by-Play 

A nationally-recognized radio personality, Johnny Holliday 
begins his 13th season as the "Voice of the Terrapins," His 
varied professional resume includes ABC Radio work at the 
1988 Summer and Winter Olympics, play-by-play stints on the 
ACC Basketball Television Network and play-by-play man for 
Maryland football broadcasts, among many other projects, 

EarUer this year, Holliday joined WRC-Radio in 
Washington, D,C, as its first-ever sports dirertor. He provides 
six morning drive-time sports reports to an ever-growing 
audience. As he has for the last nine years, HoUiday continues 
to broadcast a nationwide afternoon sports report daily on the 
ABC Radio Network. 

In addition to his news and play-by-play work, HoUiday 
serves as the host for the Maryland Coaches Comer, Gary 
Williams' weekly half-hour television show, which airs on 
Home Team Sports. In fact, HoUiday is found on a variety of 
HTS broadcasts, 

HoUiday and is wife, Mary Clare, are the parents of three 
daughters, KeUie, 31, Tracie, 28, andMoira, 13, a junior high 
school basketbaU star and devoted Terps fan, 

Greg Manning 

Color Commentary 

Greg Manning performs in two capacities in Cole Field 
House, During basketball season, he joins Johnny HoUiday on 
the Maryland Radio Network broadcasts. He is in his fifth 
year as the Terps hoops analyst. 

When not courtside at Cole he occupies an office in the 
Field House as the director of the University's M-Club, the 
lettermen's association. Manning accepted the M-Club post 
last summer and now seems to be in constant motion as he 
develops the M-Club into a powerful fundraising source for 
the athletic department. 

A Maryland graduate. Class of '81, Manning was the 
quintessential student-athlete. On the court, he ranked 
among the Atlantic Coast Conference most productive point 
guards, earning AU-Tournament honors at the 1980 ACC 
Tournament whUe leading Maryland to the championship 
game. A four-year starter, Manning led three different Terp 
teams to post-season play. 

Off the court, Manning was in 1981 an Academic AU- 
Amencan and a three-time Academic AU-ACC pick, who 
earned a NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship upon graduation. 

Manning and his wife, Cathy, have a son, Greg, Jr., 6, and 
a daughter, Courtney, 2. 




The Voices of Maryland Hoops are (From L-Rj Greg Manning, Head Coach Gary Williams and 
Johnny Holliday. 



JP Sports/Maiyland 

Maryland/Washington D.C. 

Aberdeen 

Annapolis 

Baltimore 

Cambridge 

Chestertown 

Cumberland 

Frederick 

Hagerstown 

Thurmont 

Lexington Park 

Ocean City 

Pocomoke City 

Salisbury 

Washington D.C. 

Westminster 

Pennsylvania 

Carlisle 
Ehzabethtown 

West Virginia 

Berkeley Springs 



Radio Network 



WAMD-AM 

WYRE-AM 

WBAL-AM 

WCEM-AM 

WCTR-AM 

WTBO-AM 

WFMD-AM 

WARK-AM 

WTHU-AM 

WPTX-AM 

WETT-AM 

WDMV-AM 

WLVW-AM 

WRC-AM 

WTTR-AM 



970 

810 

1100 

1240 

1530 

1450 

930 

1490 

1450 

920 

1590 

540 

960 

980 

1470 



^^g) 




WIGO-AM 1000 

WPDC-AM 1600 



WCST-AM 



1010 




After the game, Johnny 
and Greg let the coach 
recount the action. 



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MARYLAND RADIO 

Johnny Holliday 
Play-by-Play Announcer 

Sports Director 
WRC-Radio 
8121 Georgia Ave. 
Sliver Spring, MD 20910 
(301)588-3593 
(301) 587-2458 (Fax) 



NETWORK 

Greg Manning 
Basketball Analyst 

M-Club Director 
University of Maryland 
P.O. Box 295 
CoUege Park, MD 20741 
(301)314-7014 
(301) 314-9094 (Fax) 



PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS 



Steve Berkowitz 
Washington Post 

Sports 

1150 15th St., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20071 

(202) 334-7350 

(202) 334-7685 (fax) 

Sports Editor: George Solomon 

Columnists: MikeWilbon 

Tony Komheiser 
Ken Denlinger 

Don Markus 
Baltimore Morning Sun 

Sports 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 
Baltimore, MD 21203 
(301)332-6200 
(301) 783-2518 (fax) 
Sports Editor: Marty Kaiser 
Colunmists: John Eisenberg 
Mike Littw7in 

Mark Stewart 
PG Journal 

Sports 

9426 Annapohs Road 

Lanham, MD 20706 

(301)731-8330 

(301) 731-8363 (fax) 



Elizabeth Cosin 
Washington Times 

Sports 

3600 New York Ave., NE 
Washington, DC. 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (fax) 
Sports Editor: Mark Green 
Columnists: Tom Knott 
Dan Daly 



Milton Kent 
Baltimore Evening Sun 

Sports 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 

Baltimore, MD 21203 

(301)332-6418 

(301) 332-6666 (fax) 

Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 

Columnist: BillTanton 



Mark O'Hara 
Montgomery Journal 

Sports 

2 Research Court 

RockviUe, MD 20850 

(301)670-1427 

(301) 670-1421 (fax) 



Sports Editor: Chris Howland Sports Editor: Jeff Thoreson 



Stan Goldberg 
Frederick News-Post 

Sports 

200 E. Patrick St. 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

(301) 662-8299 (fax) 



Brett Friedlander 
Armapolis Capital 

Sports 

2000 Capitol Drive 

Annapolis, MD 21404 

(301)263-8576 

(301) 268-4643 (fax) 



Sports Editor: Stan Goldberg Sports Editor: Joe Gross 



Bob Parasiliti 

Hagerstown Morning Herald 

100 Summit Ave. 

Hagerstown, MD 21740 

(301)733-5131 

(301) 733-7264 

Sports Editor: Art Carucci 



Larry Yanos 
Hagerstown Daily Mail 

100 Summit Ave. 

Hagerstown, MD 21740 

(301)731-5131 

(301)733-7264 

Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 



WIRE SERVICES 

College Basketball Editor 
Associated Press 

Sports 

222 St. Paul Place 

Baltimore, MD 21202 

(301)539-3524 

(301) 727-1550 (fax) 



College Basketball Editor 
United Press International 

Sports 

1400 Eye St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20015 
(202) 898-8069 
(202) 789-2362 (fax) 



STUDENT MEDIA 

Sports Editor Sports Director 

The Diamondback WMUC Radio 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall South Campus Dining Hall 

University of Maryland P.O. Box 99 

College Park, MD 20742 College Park, MD 20742 

(301)314-8200 (301)314-7866 



RADIO OUTLETS 

Bob Bartel 
WCAO-Sports 

189 Reisterstown Road 
Baltimore, MD 21208 
(301)653-2200 

Dave Johnson 
WTOP-Sports 

4646 40th St. 
Washington, D.C. 20015 
(202) 895-5060 



Jim West 
WBAL-Sports 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(301)467-3000 

Ken Beatrice 
WMAL-Sports 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, D.C. 20015 
(202) 686-3010 



TELEVISION OUTLETS 



George Michael 
WRC-TV Sports 

4001 Nebraska Ave., NW 
Washmgton, D.C. 20016 
(202) 885-4451 

Frank Herzog 
WJLA-TV Sports 

3007TildenSt.,NW 
Washington, DC. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 

Scott Garceau 
WMAR-TV Sports 

6400 York Road 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(301)377-7558 

John Buren 
WJZ-TV Sports 

Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(301)578-7522 



Glen Brenner 
WUSA-TV Sports 

4001BrandywmeSt.,NW 
Washington, DC. 20008 
(202) 364-3822 

Steve Buckhantz 
WTTG-TV Sports 

5151 Wisconsin Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-3026 

Vince Bagli 
WBAL-TV Sports 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(301)338-1750 

NEWSCHANNEL 8 
7600-D Boston Blvd. 

Springfield, VA 22 153 
(703)912-5300 



FINDING THE 
TERPS ON THE 
ROAD 

ACC/Big East Challenge 

Sheraton Meadowlands 
(201) 896-0500 

Louisville 

Executive West Hotel 
(502) 367-2251 

Fiesta Bowl Classic 

Loews Vantana Canyon 
(602) 299-2020 

Georgia Tech 

Hyatt Regency Atlanta 
(404) 588-4120 

N.C. State/North Carolina 

0mm Europa 
(919) 968-4900 

Virginia 

Omni Charlottesville 
(804) 971-5500 

Florida State 

Sheraton Tallahassee 
(904) 224-5000 

Duke 

Washington Duke Inn 
(919)490-0999 

Clemson 

Ramada Inn 
(803) 654-7501 

Wake Forest 

Stouffer Winston Plaza 
(919)725-3500 

AGO Tournament 

Woodlawn Holiday Inn 
(704) 525-8350 



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