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MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




WELCOME to the University of Maryland. Head 
Coach Gary Williams is looking forward to an exert 
ing season and we hope that you can be with us as the 
Terps take to the basketball court in Cole Field House. 
Please also plan to be with us when we host, for the second consecu- 
tive season, a game at the Baltimore Arena. 

Before Your Visit 

GAME CREDENTIALS should be ordered a week before each game and are issued 
through the Sports Information Office. Please make your credential reguests in wntmg 
on letterhead. If it is convenient for you to FAX your credential reguest, please feel 
free to do so. The FAX number in the Sports Information Office is (301) 314-9094. 
When the reguest is made well in advance, the credential and a parking pass will be 
mailed to the media representative. 

WRITERS are encouraged to file from either the floor of Cole or in the newly refur- 
bished Press Room on the second level of the Field House. Telephone Lines may be 
ordered at floor level by contacting Gary Parker in the Maryland Athletic Department 
Facilities Office at (301) 314-7127. He will arrange to have your line installed at your 
seat location. Writers should indicate when making credential requests if they desire 
electrical power at their press table seat. Please order telephone and electric lines two 
weeks in advance of a game. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS, too, should make their credential reguests one week in 
advance. Credential requests for photography passes are welcome. Photographers 
should note that the Cole Field House lights are color balanced for daylight. An expo- 
sure setting of /250 at f2.8 has been found to work well with ASA 400 film and normal 
processmg. Strobe lights may be installed in Cole, but arrangements must be made 
though the Sports Information Office two weeks in advance. Space for strobe lights is 
available on a first come, first served basis. 

Interview Policy 

INTERVIEWS with student-athletes must be arranged through the Sports Information 
Office. Either Chuck Walsh, Herb Hartnett or joe f. blair will be happy to set up one- 
on-one interviews. Please call ahead at least 24 hours to insure the student-athlete's 
availability. The 24-hour notice policy also holds for brief pre-practice interviews. The 
student-athletes' class schedules may vary from day to day, and quite often a particu- 
lar athlete is not available at the beginning of practice. In those instances, student- 
athletes will be made available after practice. Their home phone numbers will not be 
distributed, nor will interviews be arranged through the basketball office. 

Interviews with Head Coach Gary Williams should also be arranged in advance 
through the Sports Information Office. Coach Williams typically returns phone calls in 
the early afternoon hours before practice. Coach Williams will also make himself 
available for a brief time on the court prior to practice each day. 

COACH WILLIAMS is also available each Tuesday during the season beginning 
January 4 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. 
Each conference coach is available on the teleconference; it begins at 11:00 and runs 
through 12:20 with each coach speaking m alphabetical order by school. 

PRACTICES are open to the media with few exceptions. The team generally prac- 
tices from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Weekend practice time varies; media 
wishing to attend a weekend practice should contact the Sports Information Office 
ahead of time. Still and electronic photographers are welcome to practice provided 
they do not interfere with practice. 




WELCOME TO MARYLAND 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



Game Day 

PRESS PARKING is located along the concourse of Byrd Stadium, directly below the 
Tyser (Press Box) Tower. Access to the concourse is through the autogate at the 
south gate behind the Tower. Access is via press parking pass only. 
Press credentials that are not mailed are left at Will Call at the Press Entrance located 
at the back door of Cole Field House. 

The refurbished press room on the second level of Cole opens well before game 
time, and media representatives are welcome to make themselves comfortable. Food 
service is available to the media in the press room as a pre-game meal is served buf- 
fet style. A half-time and post-game beverage service is also available. University 
Dining Services serves a fine meal before each home game, which is available one 
hour before tip-off. 

All pre-game notes, media guides and press advisories are available in the press 
room. 

PRESS SEATING is located on the floor in the Northwest corner of the arena. Press 
seating is manned by members of the Sports Information Office at all times. The 
Sports Information Office desires to help the media be as comfortable as possible dur- 
ing each game. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS, both still and electronic, must shoot from the baselines at the 
Northwest (Maryland Bench end/directly in front of press seating) and Southeast (vis- 
iting bench) corners of the court. Photographer's floor access is governed by Atlantic 
Coast Conference policy. When the visiting team does not travel with cheerleaders, 
the Southwest corner will be open to photographers. Please note that only game pho- 
tographers, no runners, assistants or producers, will have access to the photography 
areas. Photographers are also welcome to shoot from the photo deck on the West side 
of Cole. Access to the photo deck is from the concourse level opposite the team 
benches. 

POST GAME COACHES INTERVIEWS are held in the basketball lounge adjacent to 
the Maryland locker room. Coaches from both teams will be brought to the interview 
area after each game. Coach Gary Williams will appear first, immediately after he 
talks to his team. He will be followed by the visiting coach. The Maryland Locker 
Room is open to credentialed media for a brief period after Coach Williams concludes 
his comments to the media. This is in accordance with ACC rules. The visiting team's 
locker room access policy is determined by officials of that school. 

STATISTICS PACKETS, including running play-by-play, first half and final box 
scores and post-game quotes are compiled following every game and made available 
to the media at press row and in the press room. 

Welcome to Maryland. We hope you enjoy your visit. 

MARYLAND SPORTS INFORMATION 

Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295, CoUege Park, MD 20742-0295 

Shipping Address 

Room 1112, Cole Field House, Campus Drive, College Park, MD 20740 

Main Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 

Office Fax: (301)314-9094 

Director:Herb Hartnett 

Office Phone: (301)314-7064 

Home Phone: (410)730-8824 

Assistant Director/Basketball ContactChuck Walsh 

Office Phone: (301)314-7065 

Home Phone: (301)890-9671 

Assistant Director:joe f. blair 

Office Phone: (301)314-7063 

Home Phone: (301)589-6883 

Assistant Director: Heidi McGuigan 

Office Phone: (301)314-7062 

Home Phone: (410)799-2573 

Administrative Assistant:Vanessa Abell 

Students:Amy Famum, Debbie Drucker, Naomi Charm, Wayne Mercer, Ross Knobloch. 



TERRAPIN GAME DAYS 

Friday November 19 at Cole Field House 
Australian National Team (exh.), 8 p.m. 

Tuesday November 23 at Cole Field House 
Verich Reps (exh.), 8 p.m. 

Friday November 26 at USAir Arena 
Georgetown, 2 p.m. (ESPN) 

Saturday November 27 at Cole Field House 
Cornell, 8 p.m. 

Tuesday November 30 at Cole Field House 
Rider, 8 p.m. 

Thursday December 2 at Cole Field House 
Md-Baltimore County, 8 p.m. 

Saturday December 4 at Cole Field House 
Morgan State, 8 p.m. 

Tuesday December 7 at the Myriad, 
Oklahoma City, OK 
Oklahoma, 9:30 p.m. 

Thursday December 23 at the Baltimore Arena 
Towson State, 8 p.m. 

Tuesday-Wednesday December 28-29 

Abdow's Hall of Fame Classic 
Tues. Massachusetts vs. Hartford 6 p.m. 
Maryland vs. Hofstra 8 p.m. 

Wed Consolation/Championship 6/8 p.m. 

Tuesday January 4 at Georgia Tech, 8 p.m. 

Saturday January 8 at Cole Field House 
North Carolina, 1:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, January 11 at Cole Field House 
Florida State 

Saturday, January 15 at Wake Forest, 4 p.m. 

Saturday, January 22 at Cole Field House 
N.C. State, 3:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, January 26 at Cole Field House 
Clemson, 8 p.m. 

Saturday, January 29 at Duke, Noon 

Wednesday, February 2 at Virginia, 7 p.m. 

Saturday, February 5 at Cole Field House 
Georgia Tech, 1:30 p.m. 

Thursday, February 10 at North Carolina, 8 p.m. 

Saturday, February 12 at. Florida State, 2 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 16 at Cole Field House 
Wake Forest, 8 p.m. 

Saturday, February 19 at Cole Field House 
Loyola (MD), 8 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 23 at N.C. State, 7:30 

Saturday, February 26 at Clemson, Noon 

Wednesday, March 2 at Cole Field House 
Duke, 8 p.m. 

Saturday, March 5 at Cole Field House 
Virginia, 4 p.m. 

Thursday-Sunday March 10-13 
at ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC 




WELCOME TO MARYLAND 



TERP TABLE 



The Maryland Men's 
Basketball Media Guide 
was written end edited 
by Chuck Walsh with 
considerable help from 
Herb Hartnett, Ivan 
Meltzer, joe f. blair, Heidi 
McGuigan, Vanessa Abell 
and Amy Franum. Also 
special thanks to the 
Sports Information 
Student Staff of Debbie 
Drucker, Naomi Charm 
Wayne Mercer and Ross 
Knobloch. Sports 
Information Staff 
Photographer Lisa Helfert 
went to great lengths to 
produce many of the 
pictures that appear in 
the media guide. Her 
patience, support and 
encouraging words were 
also very helpful. Layout 
and design is by Dave 
Pfeiffer of Presstar 
Printing, Inc., who did 
things that were not 
thought to be possible as 
he worked on the guide. 
The media guide was 
printed at Colonial 
Lithograph in Attleboro, 
Mass. Charlie Guillette 
worked with me more 
than any printer should, 
and a great deal of 
thanks goes to him. 
Thanks also to the staff 
at Colonial Lithograph: 
Cathy La Salandra, Dave 
Redding, Craig Jordan, 
Roger Boucher and Paul 
Mendes. The sports 
information office would 
also like to thank the 
many photographers who 
contributed to the 
publication — Katie 
Zemhelt, Edwin Mahan, 
Bruce Schwartzman, 
Mitchell Layton, Jef 
Fishbein, Brian Lewis, 
Doug Pensmger and Dave 
Yoblick. Thank also to the 
University's Paula 
Mandleman for her 
assistance. 



Welcome to Maryland IFC-1 

TerpTable 2 

Looking at 1993-94 3 

Season Outlook 4-7 

Team Roster 8 

The Coaching Staff 9 

Head Coach Gary Williams 10-17 

Assistant Coach Billy Hahn 18 

Assistant Coach Art Perry 19 

Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos 20 

Administrative Assistant Peter Sauer 20 

Coaches Secretary Cleo Long-Thomas 20 

Strength and Conditioning, Managers 22 

Divider Page - Meet the Terps 23 

WayneBnstol 24-25 

Exree Hipp ..." 26-27 

Mario Lucas 28-29 

Johnny Rhodes 30-31 

Kurds Shultz 32-33 

Duane Simpkins 34-35 

John Walsh 36-37 

KeithBooth 38 

Nick Bosnic 39 

Matt Kovarik 40 

Matt Raydo 41 

Joe Smith 42 

Divider Page - Welcome to Maryland 43 

Coel Field House 44 

NCAAs at Cole Field House 45 

The Umversity at College Park 46-49 

Terp Traditions 50 

President William E.Kirwan 51 

Athletic Director Andy Geiger 52 

Academic Support 53 

Fast Start Program 54 

MedicalStaff 55 

Terp Club / M Club 56 

Terp Airwaves 57 

Cheerleaders 58 

The Atlantic Coast Conference 59 

Athletic Department Staff Pictures 60 

Athletic Department Directory 61 

Divider Page - Ail-American Terps 62 

Bosey Berger 63 

Len Bias 63 

Len Elmore 64 

Albert King 64 

John Lucas 65 

Tom McMillen 65 

GeneShue 66 

Buck Williams 66 

WaltWilhams : 66 



Divider Page - Terp Basketball Traditions . 67 

ACC Award Winning Terps 68-69 

Team Award Winners 70-71 

Terp Letterman 72-73 

Former Terps - Where Are They? 74-75 

Terp Olympians 76 

Terps in the NBA 77 

Divider Page ■ Terp Record Book 78 

1992-93 Final Statistics 79 

1992-93 Final ACC Statistics 79 

1992-93 Game by Game Team Statistics 80 

1992-93 Individual Points-Rebounds-Assists 81 

1992-93 Individual Game Highs 81 

1992-93 Box Scores 82-88 

Terp Hall of Fame 89 

Individual Records 90-92 

TeamRecords 93 

Maryland Year-by-Year Statistics 94 

Opponent Year-by-Year Statistics 95 

Season Leaders 96-97 

Miscellaneous Records 98 

Margin of Vicctory Leaders 99 

ACC Tournament History 100 

NCAA, NIT Tournament History 101 

Terps vs. All-Opponents 102-107 

Terp Coaching Records 108 

Year-by Year Results 109-114 

Wire Service Rankings 115 

Divider Page - Terp Opponents 116 

ACC Composite Schedule 117 

Clemson Umversity 117 

Cornell University 117 

Duke University 118 

Flonda State University 118 

Georgetown University 119 

GeorgiaTech 119 

University of Hartford 120 

Hofstra University 121 

Loyola College in Maryland 122 

Maryland-Baltimore County 122 

University of Massachusetts 123 

Morgan State University 123 

University of North Carolina 124 

N.C. State University 124 

Umversity of Oklahoma 125 

RiderCollege 125 

Towson State University 126 

University of Virginia 126 

Wake Forest University 127 

MediaList 128 



WELCOME TO MARYLAND 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



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The 1992-93 season ended for the 
University of Maryland the same way it 
ended for six other major college programs - 
dropping a final post-season game to eventu- 
al national champion North Carolina. 

For Maryland, that defeat came in the quar- 
terfinals of the ACC Tournament. Rarely does 
a season ending loss portend future success, 
but this may be one case. No better preamble 
to the 1993-94 Terps is preparation than the 
transcript of the boxscore from that season 
finale. It reads, in part 






Pts Reb Ast Stl Min 


Exree Hipp 


19 2 1 29 


Johnny Rhodes 


15 5 3 2 30 


Duane Simpkins 


6 1 6 2 25 



Forward Exree Hipp's 19 points was a 
team high. Guard Johnny Rhodes added 15 
points, five rebounds, three assists and two 
steals. Point guard Duane Simpkins came off 
the bench to score eight points and dish for 
six assists in 25 minutes. Those three players 
all were freshmen, playing in their first ACC 
Tournament against the top-ranked team in 
the country. The loss may have ended 
Maryland's season, but their performances 
signaled the beginning of a new era in 
Maryland basketball. 

The trio of Hipp, Rhodes and Simpkins is 
the focal point for the Terps for 1993-94. 
Though only sophomores, those three players 
have played the most minutes of anyone on 
the squad. Hipp and Rhodes were starters all 
of last season, earning first team ACC All- 
Freshman honors. Simpkins was the team's 
pivotal sixth man. 

Rhodes, the runner-up for ACC Rookie of 
the Year, is poised to become one of the 
league's next stars. He is the leading 
Maryland returnee in scoring, rebounding, 
assists and steals. If Maryland showed its 
future talent at the ACC Tournament, then 
Rhodes showed that he will be a team leader. 



SEASON OUTLOOK 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON THE SEASON: 

"This is going to be the type of team that improves as the season goes on. 

It is not a type of team that has any limits. We are going to continue to improve 

right up until the last game of the season." 



In the ACC first round against N.C. State, 
the 6-4 guard grabbed a career- high 13 
rebounds and dished for a career-best seven 
assists. Against Carolina, he turned in one of 
his best all-around games of the season. 

"Anytime you lose it hurts and losing in 
the ACC Tournament was especially difficult 
because it was the last game for our 
seniors," says Rhodes. "But the younger 
guys knew that they would be back, and 
maybe our play in the tournament was a way 
of starting something new for the program." 

If youth is any indication, there will be 
plenty ahead that is "new" for this program. 
Gary Williams' Terps enter the season with- 
out a senior and with nine of 12 players in 
their first or second year of college ball. 
Senior leadership is a problem Williams has 
not faced in his previous four seasons. 

But while its overall youth may cause the 
coach some anxious moments, he admits that 
top to bottom this is the most talented team 
he has had at Maryland, and one of the most 
talented he has assembled in 15 years as a 
college head coach. 

"I think we can finally start playing the 
kind of basketball that I have wanted to play 
since I got here," says Williams, who admits 
his fast-break offense and full-court pressure 
defense was stymied somewhat recently 
because of a lack of depth. "Our team finally 
has some interchangeable parts. We have got 
some players who can play two or three posi- 
tions and we have guality depth on the 
bench now. Recently there has been a dra- 
matic dropoff in talent between our first five 
and our next five. I don't see that as the case 
anymore. 

"All 12 of our players will contribute to the 
success of this team. I may settle on a seven 
or eight man rotation early in the season, but 
I won't hesitate about using anybody on this 
team in certain situations." 

Besides Hipp and his 11.3 points per game 




SEASON OUTLOOK 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 





scoring average, the Terps front court 
returns three others. Juniors John Walsh 
and Kurtis Shultz will see some time at either 
forward spot. Walsh has seen plenty of game 
action in his two previous seasons, and aver- 
aged 2.5 points and 1.4 rebounds a game last 
year. Shultz, who played in a career-high 21 
games last season, will be a valuable reserve. 

The frontcourt also will be aided by an 
improving Mario Lucas. Sophomore Lucas 
showed considerable promise last year. 

Lucas' development was in many ways 
typical of freshmen entering the ACC, where 
it is often difficult for newcomers to make an 
early mark. Lucas, in fact, played little in the 
early going. By the end of the season, 
though, he was the first frontcourt player off 
the bench. He averaged 18 minutes a game 
over the final eight games of the year. In the 
regular season finale at Virginia, Lucas 
scored nine points, grabbed a career-high 10 
boards and provided justifiable reason for 
optimism about his contributions this year. 

Add to that returning front court rookies 
Keith Booth, Joe Smith and Nick Bosnic and 
the depth that Williams mentioned becomes 
evident. Booth, a consensus High School Ail- 
American and the Maryland Player of the 
Year, and Bosnic, an all-state player from 
Pennsylvania are excellent swing players. 
Both have the size — each is at least 6-6 and 
200 pounds — and the temperament to battle 
inside, and both have the offensive skills to 
play on the wing. In fact, Bosnic may wind 
up as one of the Terps primary three-point 
shooters, being used at the small forward 
position in a similar manner to the way Matt 
Roe was utilized by Williams a couple of 
years back. 





Booth can literally play any position on 

the floor, and may well get that opportuni- 
ty. Last year, Booth averaged 21 points, 10 
rebounds and four assists, leading the famed 
Baltimore Dunbar program to the Maryland 
state title. He averaged 19.5 points as a 
junior, when Dunbar went 29-0 and won the 
mythical national title. 

In Joe Smith, the Terps have the athletic 
big man they have coveted for years. At 6-10, 
Smith is big enough to play center. He is also 
mobile enough to play the power forward 
position. Smith averaged 20.8 points and 14.2 
points per game, while shooting 61.3 percent 
from the field for Maury High School in 
Norfolk, Va. last year. 

He is a great defensive player and has 
excellent timing which makes him a superb 
shot blocker. The Maryland staff likens his 
timing at the defensive end to that of former 
Terp Cedric Lewis, who set a ACC record for 
blocked shots in 1991. Smith made a name for 
himself in the summer AAU circuit. Last year, 
he was a member of the Boo Williams team 
that won the AAU National Tournament. This 
year, he competed with a team of Virginia All- 
Stars in the prestigious Boston Shootout, and 
took home the tournament's MVP honor. 

The backcourt likely will be patrolled at the 
start by Simpkins at the point and Rhodes at 
the off guard. Both players gained valuable 
experience this summer. Simpkins was the 
starting point guard on a team of college All- 
Stars who competed in Spain against the top 
division European teams just prior to the 
European Championships. Rhodes, who had 
minor arthroscopic knee surgery in the 
spring, played for the East in the U.S. 
Olympic Festival in San Antonio, Texas. 



SEASON OUTLOOK 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON THE SEASON: 

"The players that we have this season have worked 

and will continue to work very hard to improve all season long. 

That is all you can ask of them." 



Of the two, Simpkins has the biggest tran- 
sition, as he will be given on-court control of 
the team. 

"I'm definitely ready for the challenge," he 
says, "and in some ways I think it will be eas- 
ier for me. Last year, whenever I was out on 
the court I was kind of looking over my shoul- 
der because I knew Kevin (McLinton) was 
right there to come back in if I messed up. 

"This year, I'll be more experienced, more 
prepared and, most importantly, more com- 
fortable. I know I can play at this level and I 
know I am going to get the opportunity to 
show what I can do and I don't have to worry 
as much about making mistakes. My role will 
be to play hard, play smart and make us a 
better basketball team." 

Off the bench for the Terps' backcourt will 
be junior Wayne Bristol, who has seen action 
in the last two years at both point guard and 
off guard, and freshman Matt Kovarik. Bristol 
is one of the team's best outside shooters; he 
will probably see most of his time at off- 
guard this year. Bristol averaged 2.4 points a 
game in 12 outings last year. Kovarik, who 
was a first team all-state pick from Grimsley 
High School in Greensboro, N.C., is likely to 
back up Simpkins at the point. 

All of these interchangeable parts will be 
necessary for Williams's Terps to compete 
against its 1993-94 schedule. Besides a 16- 
game ACC schedule, the Terps play 
crosstown rival Georgetown in the season 
opener and travel to Oklahoma City, Okla. to 
take on Big Eight powerhouse Oklahoma. A 
Christmas break trip to the Hall of Fame 
Classic in Springfield, Mass. also could pit 
Maryland against NCAA Tournament qualifi- 
er Massachusetts. 




SEASON OUTLOOK 



1993-94 MEN'S BASKETBALL ROSTERS 




Front Row (L to R): Chris Tomlinson, Manager; Matt Kovarik, Wayne Bristol Duane Simpkins, Gary Williams, Head Coach; Johnny Rhodes, Nick Bosnic, 
Exree Hipp, Jon Chronister, Manager. 

Standing (L to R): J.J.Bush, Trainer; Al Tiffany, Manager; Art Perry, Assistant Coach; Keith Booth, Mario Lucas, Joe Smith, John Walsh, Kurtis Shultz, Jimmy 
Patsos, Assistant Coach; Billy Hahn, Assistant Coach; Peter Saner, Administrative Assistant. 



Hometown (High School) 

Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Uniontown, PA (Laurel Highlands) 
Beltsville, MD (High Point) 
Washington, D.C. (Harker Prep) 
Greensboro; NC (Grimsley) 
Memphis, TN (Fairley) 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Washington, D.C. (Washington Dunbar) 
Randallstown, MD (DeMatha) 
Ft. Washington, MD (DeMatha) 
Norfolk, VA (Maury) 
West Islip, NY (St. Thomas More Prep) 

Hometown (High School) 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Washington, D.C. (Harker Prep) 
Ft. Washington, MD (DeMatha) 
Greensboro, NC (Grimsley) 
Washington, D.C. (Washington Dunbar) 
Memphis, TN (Fairley) 
Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Dunbar) 
West Islip, NY (St. Thomas More Prep) 
Uniontown, PA (Laurel Highlands) 
Beltsville, MD (High Point) 
Norfolk, VA (Maury) 
Randallstown, MD (DeMatha) 

Head Coach: Gary Williams (5th year) 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn (5th year), Art Perry (4th year), Jimmy Patsos (3rd year) 

Pronunciations Exree (x-Ree) Hipp; Nick Bosnic (BOZ-nik). 



Alphabetical 










Name (No.) 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Keith Booth (22) 


Fr. 


F 


6-5 


220 


Nick Bosnic (30) 


Fr. 


F-G 


6-7 


197 


Wayne Bristol (31) 


Jr. 


G 


6-1 


178 


Exree Hipp (4) 


So. 


F 


6-8 


183 


Matt Kovarik (11) 


Fr. 


G 


6-5 


179 


Mario Lucas (21) 


So. 


F 


6-8 


230 


MattRaydo(3) 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


160 


Johnny Rhodes (15) 


So. 


G 


6-5 


205 


Kurtis Shultz (55) 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


235 


Duane Simpkins (10) 


So. 


G 


6-0 


173 


Joe Smith (32) 


Fr. 


F-C 


6-9 V 2 


213 


John Walsh (24) 


Jr. 


F 


6-8 


221 


Numerical 










No. 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


3 


Matt Raydo 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


160 


4 


Exree Hipp 


So. 


F 


6-8 


183 


10 


Duane Simpkins 


So. 


G 


6-0 


173 


11 


Matt Kovarik 


Fr. 


G 


6-5 


179 


15 


Johnny Rhodes 


So. 


G 


6-5 


205 


21 


Mario Lucas 


So. 


F 


6-8 


230 


22 


Keith Booth 


Fr. 


F 


6-5 


220 


24 


John Walsh 


Jr. 


F 


6-8 


221 


30 


Nick Bosnic 


Fr. 


F-G 


6-7 


197 


31 


Wayne Bristol 


Jr. 


G 


6-1 


178 


32 


Joe Smith 


Fr. 


F-C 


6-9 V 2 


213 


55 


Kurtis Shultz 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


235 



A LOOK AT 1993-94 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 





MARYLAND TERRAPINS 





AS GARY WILLIAMS glances at the ros- 
ter of his 1993-94 Maryland Terrapins bas 
ketball team a bemused expression sweeps 
across his face, portraying egual parts antici- 
pation and apprehension. 

The names that grace the roster may repre- 
sent the most depth and talent that Williams 
has had at Maryland. The sguad returns two 
starters and five of its top eight players from 
a year ago, and two of the four incoming 
freshmen are High School All- Americans. 

With nearly every college hoops expert 
picking Maryland among the programs on 
the rise, there certainly is reason for the 
coach's anticipation. 

That same roster, though, lists nine players 
as either freshmen or sophomores. All nine 
players — five freshmen and four sopho- 
mores — figure to play vital roles for 
Maryland this season. The Terps have no 
seniors this year and their three most experi- 
enced players are entering their second year. 
And, of course, there is the Atlantic Coast 
Conference — the league in which Maryland 
competes and the conference from which the 
last three national championship teams have 
come. 

In 15 seasons as a college head coach, the 
last four at Maryland, Williams says he has 
never had a team so young. Williams figures 
Maryland's youth this season will just make 
his job all the more challenging — this from a 
coach whose career has known no barrier too 
great. Williams directed both American 
University and Boston College into the 
national spotlight as he led both schools to 
impressive victory totals and post-season 
play. 

At Ohio State, his tenure was defined by 
the intense attention his teams drew, giving 
the Buckeyes basketball program equal 
billing with their well-known football team. 
His successes at his previous three coaching 
stops, however, pale when compared to the 
rebuilding project he has successfully negoti- 




ated at Maryland. There is no question 
that four years after accepting this position 
at his alma mater, Williams has withstood all 
of the unique challenges to his position and 
has begun re-engineering Maryland basket- 
ball. 

Williams and his staff have put back-to- 
back national top- 10 recruiting classes 
together. The team, for the first time in 
Williams's tenure, has depth at every posi- 
tion and the flexibility to use differing line- 
ups as situations dictate. 

His first season at Maryland saw the Terps, 
who had won just nine games the previous 
year, vault to 19 wins and a berth in the 




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National Invitation Tournament. That year 
included regular season series sweeps of 
Virginia and North Carolina. That initial sea- 
son began to serve notice, and Williams's 
teams have continued to make it clear, that 
no matter what the circumstances, the Terps 
will play with anyone. 

In four seasons at Maryland, Williams's 
won-loss record is 61-57. That record brings 
his career total to 268-185 in 15 seasons. 
Nine times in those 15 years, Williams has 
led teams to post-season play, taking 
American, Boston College, Ohio State and 
Maryland — all four head coaching stops on 
his resume — to post-season action. His out- 
of-conference record as a Terp is 39-11, 
including a 9-1 non-conference mark in 1992- 
93 that included wins over perennial top 20 
powers Louisville and Oklahoma. 

Williams is the only coach to direct pro- 
grams in the three most powerful confer- 
ences of college basketball — the ACC, Big 
East and Big ten. Consider that in Williams's 
combined 11 years in those three confer- 
ences, the national champion has come from 
Williams's league six times (twice in his four 
years in the Big East, once in his three years 
in the Big Ten, and three out of four years in 
the ACC). Williams is undaunted by the task. 

"The top teams in this league are not going 
to come back to us ; we have to attain their 
level," says Williams, "and we are going to." 

Toward that end, Williams refuses to 
accept anything other than complete effort 
from himself, his staff or his teams. Anyone 
who has seen Williams pace the sidelines as 
if on sentry duty, or watched him conduct 
every practice as if the next game were for 
the NCAA Championship, can't help but be 
affected by his competitiveness and drive. 
His excitement for the game has manifested 
itself in Maryland's fans. The loyal student 
body fills its section of Cole Field House early 
every game, and the students cheer continu- 
ously from the first player introduction to the 
final basket. Fans keep Cole packed after 




The Williams Coaching Record 


Year 


School 


Won 


Lost 


.Pet Tourney 


1978-79 


Amercian Univ. 


14 


13 


.518 


1979-80 


American Univ. 


13 


14 


.481 


1980-81 


American Univ. 


24 


6 


.800 NIT 


1981-82 


American Univ. 


21 


9 


.700 NTT 




American Totals 72 


42 


.631 


1982-83 


Boston College 


25 


7 


.781 NCAA 


1983-84 


Boston College 


18 


12 


.600 NIT 


1984-85 


Boston College 


20 


11 


.645 NCAA 


1985-86 


Boston College 


13 


15 


.464 




B.C. Totals 


76 


45 


.628 


1986-87 


Ohio State 


20 


13 


.606 NCAA 


1987-88 


Ohio State 


20 


13 


.606 NIT 


1988-89 


Ohio State 


19 


15 


.558 NIT 




O.S.U. Totals 


59 


41 


.590 


1989-90 


Maryland 


19 


14 


.576 NTT 


1990-91 


Maryland 


16 


12 


.571 


1991-92 


Maryland 


14 


15 


.483 


1992-93 


Maryland 


12 


16 


.429 




Maryland Totals 61 


57 


.517 




15-year Totals 


268 


185 


.592 




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games — win or lose — and groups alter 
nately hold up placards declaring the 
school as the University as MARYLAND, but 
Cole Field House as GARYLAND. 

His all-out pursuit of excellence is a pas- 
sion Williams effectively communicates to his 
players and his coaches, too. In his four years 
at Maryland, Williams has developed four 
players who were drafted into the NBA. Walt 
Williams, the No. 7 pick in the draft in 1992, 
was the second "lottery pick" that Williams 
has developed. 

Maybe more impressive than the number 
of players he has sent to the professional 
ranks, are the number of coaches he has 
tutored who are now directing collegiate pro- 
grams. Randy Ayers (head coach at Ohio 
State), Chris Knoche (American), Rick Barnes 
(Providence), Fran Fraschilla (Manhattan), 
Fran Dunphy (Pennsylvania) and Paul 
Brazeau (Hartford) all were assistants at one 
time under Williams. 

A 1968 graduate of Maryland, Williams let- 
tered as the Terps' starting point guard from 





Gary's Assistants Now in Charge 

Throughout his coaching career, Gary 
Williams has overseen programs that 
achieve phenomenal graduation rates. 
And that's graduation at all levels. 
Williams student-athletes graduate. At 
Maryland, every senior that has played for 
Williams has earned his degree or is cur- 
rently active in pursuing it. 

But those graduation rates extend 
beyond the student-athletes. In unbelieve- 
able numbers, former assistants to 
Williams are graduating into head coach- 
ing positions at the Division I level. 
Currently, there are six former Williams 
assistants who are directing major college 
basketball programs. 

Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Gary Williams for three years 
at Ohio State. Currently the head coach at 
OSU. 

Rick Rarnes 

Assistant to Gary Williams for one year at 
Ohio State. Currently the head coach at 
Providence. 

Paul Rrazeau 

Assistant to Gary Williams for one year at 
Boston College and three years at Ohio 
State. Currently the head coach at 
Hartford. 

Fran Dunphy 

Assistant to Gary Williams at American. 
Currently the head coach at Pennsylvania. 

Fran Frachilla 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years 
at Ohio State. Currently the head coach at 
Manhattan. 

Chris Knoche 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years 
at American. Currently the head coach at 
American. Knoche also played for Williams 
as an undergraduate at AU. 



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1964-67 under Head Coach Bud Millikan. Not 
the most physically gifted college player, 
Williams excelled on the court by studying 
the game. The fullcourt pressure defense for 
which Williams's teams are now known 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 posi- 
tion - the top spot at American. 

His years at AU were memorable. In 1981, 
his sguad set the still-standing 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. Only 
once prior to Williams' arrival had AU gone to 
a post-season tournament, and the Eagles 
have not returned to post-season play since 
Williams left. In four years at AU, Williams's 
teams were 72-42. 

In 1983, he moved on to Boston College, 
where he had been an assistant to Tom Davis 
five years previous. In his inaugural season 
at the helm at BC, Williams led the Eagles to 
a 25-7 record, the Big East Conference regu- 
lar season title and the NCAA "Sweet 16". 
He went on to duplicate that NCAA 
Tournament success in 1985, when he again 
led BC to the "Sweet 16." 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coach- 
ing position at Ohio State, and immediately 
was a success. His first Buckeye sguad 
upended then No. 1 and unbeaten Iowa in 
the regular season, in what would be the first 
of many giant-killings by the Williams-led 
Buckeyes. Under Williams, OSU turned back 
second-ranked Purdue, perennial power 
Kansas, and highly regarded Big Ten foes 



Gary Williams The Player 

Gary Williams was a three-year starter at point guard for Maryland 
from 1964-67. A quick, heady player, Williams was regarded as the 
"coach on the floor" type player by then-Head Coach Bud Millikan. 
Williams was a team co-captain for the 1966-67 season, his senior 
year. The following Williams biography was taken from the 1966- 
67 Maryland basketball media guide. 

"Gary Williams, 6-0, 170, 21, Senior, Collingswood, N.J. — 
Maryland's best floor man who can work the ball down the floor 
quicker than any of his mates... can hit the open man... a fierce com- 
petitor with a heart as big as his chest." 

Williams went on to average a career-high 6.9 points that sea- 
son, leading the Terps to a fifth-place finish in the ACC. That 
senior season also saw Williams set a school record for field goal 
accuracy in a game. Against South Carolina, Williams went eight 
for eight from the field. That perfect shooting performance set a 
school record, which has since been tied by three other players. 
Some 25 years after his playing career, Williams still is in the 
Maryland record book. 

A teammate of Williams's on that Terps squad was Joe 
Harrington, who like Williams was a senior in 1966-67 and, also 
like Williams, has gone on to become a college head coach. 
Harrington currently is the head coach at Colorado. 



Michigan and Illinois. Each of Willams's three 
Ohio State team advanced to post-season 
play, and he laid the ground work for the 
highly-successful teams that have followed 
since he left Columbus for College Park. 

Williams has achieved several milestones 
during his Maryland career. He coached his 
250th career win during the 1991-92 season 
and coached in his 450th career game last 
year. Despite the milestones and all the past 
successes, the 48-year-old head coach has 
lost not an ounce of his intensity for the 
game. 

With the youth and talent that dominate 
his roster, Williams knows this season may 
be both one of the most trying and exciting of 
his career. 




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How did your great passion for basket 
ball come about? 

I guess it gradually developed. I was five years old 
when I first started to play basketball. I can 
remember trying to shoot a basketball ... I couldn't 
get it into the basket, but I loved to bounce the 
ball. The first league I was in I was eight, and I 
played in a Little League type-league. From there I 
just kept playing. I played all sports, but as I got 
into junior high I just liked basketball. South 
Jersey was a big basketball area. The Big Five in 
Philadelphia was at its peak with Villanova, St. 
Joe's, Temple, Penn and La Salle. There was no 
Big East or Atlantic 10 m the East at the time. So 
it was just Big Five basketball. If you were grow- 
ing up there, that is what you did. I played all 
summer and all winter and just stayed with it. 
When I got into high school, I really concentrated 
on basketball, though I played baseball, too. 

How did you come to be at Maryland? 

I visited Pittsburgh, Maryland and Clemson and a 
couple of the Big Five schools. But I knew 
Maryland was in the ACC, which was also the top 
conference back then. I visited, liked it, and decid- 
ed to come. 

When you first began bouncing a basketball, did 
you want to be a player or a coach? 

You don't really think about it. You just like mess- 
ing around with a ball. I think my grandfather had 
a lot to do with it. He was a pretty good athlete 
when he was young. He played baseball and bas- 
ketball. He always encouraged me to play what- 
ever was around. I had pretty good coordmation. 
Basketball was somethmg I was pretty good at 
early, Just like anything else, you do what you are 
good at. That is why I stuck to basketball. 

What is it like to play in a packed Cole Field 
House? 

It's a thrill. Very few coaches ever get the oppor- 
tunity to go back to their school and coach, espe- 





cially when you are in a great conference. 
When I was playing here in the 60's there was 
no way I ever thought I'd be back here as the 
Head Basketball Coach. That seemed pretty 
remote especially when my first job was as the 
J.V. Coach at Woodrow Wilson High School in 
Camden, NJ. I didn't see Cole Field House from 
there. 

What is it like to coach in the ACC Tournament? 

Back when I played, and today, the feeling you 
get from the ACC tournament is incredible. When 
I played, only one team from the ACC would go to 
the NCAA Tournament because there were only 
16 teams in the tournament. That was the winner 
of the ACC Tournament, not the regular season 
champion. So you can imagine the pressure. 
There were all sorts of weird things back then. 
There were slowdown games — I can remember 
one game where the score was 12-10 between 
N.C. State and North Carolina. You saw that all 
the time— teams would try anything. They would 
come out in a different defense than they had 
played all year. It's a great show and a great 
spectacle now, but you can imagine if you were 
playmg for the one berth into the NCAA tourna- 
ment. One year, Duke was ranked No. 2 in the 
country and Carolina was ranked 4th. One of 
those teams went home. That was just the way it 
went back then, and nobody thought it unusual. 

When did you decide to become a coach? 

I always thought that I would like to coach. When 
I played, I had a pretty good feel for the game. I 
always knew when we ran our offense where 
everybody should be on the court. It was easy to- 
me. Defensively, I always had a feel for who was 
guarding who, the match-ups. When we had a 
substitution, I could always tell that guy who to 
pick up. I also watched other coaches. When I 
was playing, we played against Vic Bubas, who 
was a legend at Duke, Press Maravich, who was a 
great coach at N.C. State before he coached his 



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"I always thought that was the way the game 

should be played, the 94 foot type of game 

instead of the 45 foot game." 



son at LSU. Dean Smith started at North Carolina, 
and during my time here in the 1960's, he made 
the transition from being a young coach to having 
some great teams. You got a chance to see those 
coaches and play against them. It gave you ideas 
on what you might like to do as a coach. By about 
my junior year at Maryland I wanted to coach. 
There was no way, at that time, that I wanted to 
commit a career to coaching, but I did want to 
give it a try before I did anything else. 

How did you develop your coaching philosophy? 

By playing against Duke, for example. They came 
with pressure defense. Not many teams were 
doing it then — maybe UCLA with John Wooden 
and St. Joe's with Jack Ramsey. But very few 
schools pressed. Most schools thought the game 
should be played in a half-court situation. But 
Duke had quick guards, and they kept their sub- 
stitution gomg in the back court. I saw how that 
wore you down as the game went on. It was not 
that they could get the ball all the time, it's just 
that all of the sudden in the second half you com- 
mit a turnover because you are tired mentally and 
physically. I always thought that was the way the 
game should be played, the 94 foot type of game 
instead of a 45 foot game. I always have tried to 
play that way. I enjoyed playing that way. Our 
young players are really quick now and they want 
to play that way. We are in a position for the first 
time that we are able to put in our system. I have 
not been able to do that since I have been here 
because we just have not had the numbers. I 
think we have eight or nine players who can get 
up and down pretty good this year, and you have 
to use all of those players if you want to play that 
way - that is a big part of it. 

What other coaches influenced you most? 

When I was a player I knew by about my sopho- 
more year that I wasn't good enough to play in 
the pros. Back then there were only 10-12 pro 
teams and no ABA, no CBA . There was an old 




Eastern League. If I had made one of those 
Eastern League teams I wouldn't have received a 
graduate assistantship. In 1968 I was able to be a 
freshman coach here while I finished my degree. 
Tom Davis was an assistant coach on the staff 
and three years later became the head coach at 
Lafayette College. He hired me there to be his 
assistant. It was a good job. There was only one 
full-time assistant, and that was me. To take that 
job I had to coach the soccer team and also be the 
assistant basketball coach. It was hard because it 
took away from the basketball part of it. I didn't 
have the identity as a basketball person that I 
wanted, but the jobs got me into college coach- 
ing. I probably would not have gotten into college 
coaching if it were not for Tom Davis. He was a 
big believer in pressing defense, especially zone 
pressure. That had a big influence on me because 
I was with him for six years at Lafayette and one 
as an assistant at Boston College. He is a great 
teacher and he has been very successful wherev- 
er he has been. 

As a player, who did you emulate? 

Probably Bob Cousy, the guard with the Boston 
Celtics. There was one basketball game on televi- 
sion a week back then, and the Celtics were good, 
so they would be on all the time. Cousy was a 
great ball handler and one of the guys to get 
fancy early — behind the back stuff. Red 
Auerbach was the coach; he let Cousy do his 
thing. Just watching him gave me an open mind 
toward the game. I didn't know how, but I knew 
that the game would always change. When I was 
in college, we were playing Wake Forest on a 
Saturday. We got down there and practiced 
Friday afternoon. That night North Carolina A&T 
was playmg. And remember the ACC was still 
segregated for the most part, so all of the good 
black players really had no place to go except for 
the southern leagues. I went to the game and saw 
Earl Monroe play. He later played for the Bullets 
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the 1970's. This guy came down court and 
did things that I never saw. He had the spin 
moves and the hesitation with the jump shot, the 
lay-up where you flip the ball up and make the 
defensive player goaltend. He became my favorite 
player because he got a quick 54 points that 
night. Once you think that you have the right way 
to play, then you are limited to what you can do in 
basketball. There are always new things in the 
game, there are going to be new things forever. 
The influence of the black players when they got 
the opportunity to play in the major conferences 
was incredible because it showed that there is 
more than one way to get it done. If you could 
throw a really good two-handed chest pass a 
coach would really like you. But there are ways to 
flick a pass that can get it there just a little quick- 
er, and be a little more deceiving to the defense. 
It took a long time for coaches to accept that 
because it was a big change. I know that there 
are things out there that I will have to make 
adjustments to as I go along. 

Do you see yourself staying at the college level, 
and what do you like most about coaching col- 
lege basketball? 

I see myself staying at the college level here. I left 
a good situation at Ohio State and made a com- 
mitment to come here. As long as they want me 
here, I am committed to getting it done. I wear 
two hats —I am the basketball coach, and I am 
also a graduate of the school. This school has 
never realized its basketball potential. Cole Field 
House, the College Park campus, the academic 
situation: we should be a great college basketball 
program. We have had great years in the past, 
but we have never been consistently great. What 
that takes is continuity. We need to concentrate 
on the people we bring into the program. We 
need student-athletes who really want to give 
back to the University. We now have alumni 
games and receptions where we invite players 




back to make them feel a part of things here. 
It takes time. But we work hard at alumni rela- 
tions 

Is selling the University across the state impor- 
tant to you? 

I saw what it meant at Ohio State. When a bas- 
ketball player grows up in the state of Ohio he 
will at least look at Ohio State. You might not get 
every player, but Ohio State will be one of his 
schools. Here that is not necessarily true, yet. 
Keith Booth coming here certainly helps us in the 
Baltimore area. The Eastern Shore has players. 
Western Maryland has players. If you have a shot 
at the best players coming out of Baltimore, then 
you are going to have a shot at the best players in 
the state. We are the state school; we are the 
flagship school in the state of Maryland. That 
state wide allegiance is coming. 

What is you biggest basketball moment? 

There have been a couple. Winning the state 
championship, going undefeated as a high school 
coach. Also tying for the Big East Championship 
while I was at Boston CoDege in 1982 and gomg 
to the Final 16 twice. During my first year at Ohio 
State we beat Kentucky m the NCAA Tournament 
— that was big. I think my biggest moment is still 
to come — I want it to be here. 

If you could do anything in basketball today to 
make the game better, what would you do? 

I think the college game is a great game. What I 
would do, and this would probably not be very 
popular, would be to do away with dunking. I 
think the dunk has hurt player's development. For 
example, I always felt that one of the reasons 
Kareem Abdul Jabbar played so long and was 
such a great player in the pros, was that during 
his college days, they passed a rule that you could 
not dunk. That forced him to learn how to shoot 
the ball. He had to leam the sky hook and the 



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"I think my biggest moment 
is still to come— I want it to be here." 



jump shot. Players don't have that today. The 
hook shot has almost disappeared, except for the 
jump hook. The dunk has become so fashionable 
and so much in demand. Coaches want your play- 
ers to take the ball hard to the basket and dunk it 
because you get fouled and it is a very high per- 
centage shot. But it has allowed offensive players 
not to have to develop a touch on the basketball. 
To leam how to put a touch on the ball is a skill. 
But if you can dunk you can just fire it down as 
hard as you can. Banning the dunk would help 
the defense, but that is not going to happen 
because the crowd really likes the dunk, and it is 
an exciting play. 

Do you consider yourself a basketball purist? 

I like the game to be played a certain way, but I 
am also enough of a realist to know that if you 
have a great player, you have to get him the ball 
in situations where he can score. I have been for- 
tunate enough to have coached great players. 
Walt Williams, Dennis Hopson at Ohio State, who 
was the third pick in the NBA draft and Michael 
Adams at Boston College. If you could get them 
the ball in the right situation, they were going to 
do as well as if you made eight great passes, or 
ran a perfect offense. You just had to get them the 
ball. Part of being a coach, I feel, is that you don't 
hurt a player individually as you get the team to 
play really well together. 

How do you approach basketball and how do 
you approach golf, your other favorite sport? 

Golf is really a mind game. You have to be 
focused on golf. A lot of times I am playing golf I 
am not really focused on golf and I am probably 
thinking about basketball. I will never be a great 
golfer because of my personality, I just don't have 
the patience. I admire people who have that type 
of patience. I enjoy the competition. As you get 





older it's one of those sports you can compete in 
without having to be in great shape. It's a great 
way to relax. I really enjoy playing golf with 
friends. It's fun to play other coaches. I play over 
the summer with P.J. Carlesimo (Seton Hall), Jim 
Boeheim (Syracuse), Dave Gavitt (Boston Celtics) 
and Mike Tranghese (the Commissioner of the Big 
East.) That's always fun. You have to be tough to 
play that game. 

After a game you are drained. What kind of a 
feeling is that? 

I hope that I am dramed after a game. You don't 
want to leave anything on the floor whether you 
are a player or a coach. It doesn't do you any good 
in the locker room after a game. I try to leave it all 
out there on the court. 

How long does it take you to unwind after a 
game? 

That is the toughest part for me as a coach. I usu- 
ally don't sleep much the night after a game. The 
night before a game I don't have any problem 
because you feel you have done everything you 
can to get ready. I start getting nervous on game 
day in the afternoon. There has never been a 
game, whether it be as a J.V. high school coach or 
versus North Carolina when they are No. 1 that 
you don't get nervous. If you can't be nervous 
before a game than you should get out because it 
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Beginning his fifth season on Gary 
Williams's staff at Maryland, Billy Hahn is 
considered one of the premier recruiters in 
college basketball. 

Hahn's talents as one of the top recruiters 
in the nation are evident when one looks at a 
Terp roster. Maryland's most recent two 
recruiting classes have been ranked among 
the best with all of those players expected to 
be major contributors to the success of the 
Terp program. 

Before joining Williams's staff, Hahn was 
the head coach at Ohio University for three 
years. He compiled a 42-45 record while 
always fielding competitive teams in the 
Mid-American Conference. In 1989, he 
coached the MAC Player of the Year, Paul 
Graham. During his tenure, 100 percent of his 
senior players earned their degrees. 

Prior to his appointment as head coach, 
Hahn served Ohio as an assistant for six sea- 
son's under Danny Nee. Hahn served as 
Ohio's primary recruiter. While he was an 
assistant, Ohio posted four 20 win seasons, 
earned two trips to the NCAA Tournament 
and played in one NIT. 

Hahn began his coaching career immedi- 
ately following his playing career at 
Maryland. His first stop came at Morris 
Harvey College in West Virginia (1975-76). 
He moved on to Davidson College (1976-77) 
and the University of Rhode Island (1977-80) 
before going to Ohio. While at Rhode Island, 
he successfully recruited and coached future 
New York Knicks star Sly Williams. 

Hahn is a 1975 alumnus of the University of 
Maryland. While an undergraduate here, he 
was a three-time varsity letter winner on 
three of the best basketball teams Maryland 





Personal 



Birthdate: 
June 22, 1953 
(40 years old) 

Family: 

Wife: Kathi (married 
June 25, 1976 

Children; 

Matthew 15 and 
Ashley, 9 

Hometown: 

Mishawaka, Indiana 


























CAREER 


STATISTICS AT MARYLAND 






Season 


GP FGM FGA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA .PCT 


PF/DQ 


REB AVG 


PTS 


AVG 


1971-72 


16 53 


108 


.491 


39 


51 .765 


37/ 1 


43 2.7 


145 


9.1 


1972-73 


16 5 


7 


.714 





2 .000 


8/ 


0.0 


10 


0.6 


1973-74 


20 12 


23 


.522 


4 


5 .800 


13/ 


9 0.4 


28 


1.4 


TOTALS 


52 70 


138 


.576 


43 


58 .741 


58/ 1 


54 1.1 


183 


3.5 



has ever fielded. He was a freshman in 
1971-72 when the Terps won the National 
Invitational Tournament, he was a starter on 
the team that lost what is considered to be 
the greatest game in ACC history - 
Maryland's 103-100 overtime loss to N.C. 
State in 1974 - and was captain of the team 
his senior year when the Terps advanced to 
the third round of the NCAA Tournament. 
Hahn earned the Alvin Aubinoe Greatest 
Career Contribution Award following his 
senior season. Maryland recorded a 70-19 
overall record during his playing career. The 
Terps finished with a 24-5 record and were 
the ACC regular season champions during 
his senior season. 

Hahn received his bachelors degree in dis- 
tributive education in 1975. 



The Hahn File 

Coaching Experience 

1989-Present: Assistant Coach, University of 
Maryland. Assistant to Gary Williams 
National Invitation Tournament, 1990 

1986-89: Head Coach, Ohio University, Four-year 
record of 42-45 

1980-86: Assistant Coach, Ohio University. 
Assistant to Danny Nee. NCAA Tournament, 
1983, 1985. National Invitation Tournament, 1986 

1977-80: Assistant Coach, University of Rhode 
Island. Assistant to Jack Kraft. National invitation 
Tournament, 1979 

1976-77: Assistant Coach, Davidson College. 
Assistant to Dave Pritchett 

1975-76: Assistant Coach, Morris Harvey College 
Assistant to Rick Meckfessel 

Education 

1975: B.S. in distributive dducation, University of 

Maryland, College Park 

Playing Experience 

1971-74: Three-time letterwinner in basketball, 

University of Maryland, College Park. 



18 



THE COACHING STAFF 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



Art Perry, quickly gaining notoriety as a 
top-notch recruiter, is entering his fourth 
season on the Maryland staff of Gary 
Williams. Perry's success in attracting ath- 
letes of superior talent at each of his coach- 
ing stops has allowed him to become recog- 
nized as one of the top evaluators of talent in 
the country. 

More than 20 of the student-athletes Perry 
has recruited have been drafted into the 
pros, and many of those players have enjoyed 
lengthy, successful careers. Early in his 
career, Perry recruited future NBA stars Roy 
Hinson and John Battle to Rutgers University. 
While at Old Dominion, Perry successfully 
recruited future NBA first round draft choice 
Chris Gatling. As a member of the Maryland 
staff he has helped recruit a number of play- 
ers with potential NBA talent to come to 
College Park. 

Perry, a Washington, D.C. native, was a 
three-sport star at Eastern High School. He 
was the quarterback on the football team, 
starting point guard on the basketball team 
and a top sprinter on the track team. He led 
both the football and basketball squads to 
city titles. 

Following a four year stint as a crew chief 
for jet fighters and a member of the All- Air 
Force basketball team, Perry returned to the 
Washington, D.C. area and enrolled at 
American University. There, he played with 
future NBA star Kermit Washington. Perry 
had thoughts of taking his career to the pro- 
fessional ranks until a knee injury prior to his 
junior year ended his playing career. With his 
playing days having ended, Perry quickly 
began his coaching career. He joined Tom 
Young's staff at Rutgers as a student assis- 





Personal 



Birthdate: 

November 8, 1946 

(47 years old) 

Family: 

Wife Kym (married 

August 14, 1993) 

Hometown: 

Washington, D.C. 




CAREER STATISTICS AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 

Season GP FGM FGA .PCT FTM FTA.PCT 

1970-71 19 103 152 .408 33 48 .688 

1971-72 Knee injury sidelined him the entire season 

1972-73 10 4 16 .250 .000 

TOTALS 29 107 168 .636 33 48 .688 



PF/DQ 
48- 1 



REB AVG 
255 14.2 



PTS AVG 
239 12.6* 



Y 



tant coach in 1975. He was a member of 
Young's staff that directed Rutgers to the 
1976 NCAA Final Four. After a brief stay at 
Connecticut, Perry returned to Rutgers 
where he helped coach two more NCAA 
Tournament teams and one that advanced to 
the NIT. In 1985, he moved with Young to Old 
Dominion, which he helped direct it to the 
1986 NCAA Tournament and the 1988 NIT. 
It was from Rutgers that he received his 
bachelor's degree in health, physical educa- 
tion and recreation. 

In addition to recruiting, Perry serves the 
Terps in a varity of capacities. Along with 
Billy Hahn, Perry is the chief opponent scout. 
He is also actively involved in the preparation 
of daily practice plans and all aspects on- 
court coaching. 



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The Perry File 

Coaching Experience 

1990-Present: Assistant Coach, University of 

Maryland. Assistant to Gary Williams 

1985-90: Assistant Coach, Old Dominion 
University. Assistant to Tom Young. NCAA 
Tournament, 1986 
National Invitation Tournament, 1988 

1978-85: Assistant Coach, Rutgers University- 
Assistant to Tom Young. NCAA Tournament, 
1979, 1983. National Invitation Tournament, 1982 

1976-78: Assistant Coach, University of 
Connecticut. Assistant to Dee Rowe 

1973-76: Assistant Coach, Rutgers University. 
Assistant to Tom Young. NCAA Tournament, 1976 
(Final Four) 

Education 

1975: B.S. in health, physical education and recre- 
ation. Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey 

1992: M.A. in sports management, currently fin- 
ishing requirements. Old Dominion University, 
Norfolk, VA 

Playing Experience 

1970-73: Three-time varsity letterwinner in bas- 
ketball. American University, Washington, D.C. 

1965-69: All-Air Force Team, Four time all-star in 
United States Air Force 



THE COACHING STAFF 



19 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



Jimmy Patsos, Assistant Coach 

Jimmy Patsos, a three-year varsity letter winner 
at Catholic University, begins his third year on 
Gary Williams' staff as an assistant coach. 

Patsos is involved in all aspects of the program. 
In addition to his on-court responsibilities, he 
coordinates the video exchange program, admin- 
isters the academic monitoring of team members, 
handles advance opponent scouting and works 
with on-campus recruiting. 

Patsos joined the Maryland staff as a volunteer 
assistant during the 1991-92 season. During his 
first season, he expanded his coaching and 
administrative knowledge tenfold. His ability to 
grasp Williams's winning philosophy and work 
ethic during his first year, allowed him to gain a 
full-time spot on the staff for the start of the 1992- 
93 season. 

Before coming to Maryland, Patsos was the 
assistant coach at Archbishop Carroll High School 
in Washington, D.C.. During his first year at 
Carroll, the team posted a 21-8 record and was 
ranked as high as No. 6 nationally before losing to 
archrival DeMatha in the city playoffs. Patsos 
enjoyed coachmg a number of outstanding talent 
on that team including Charles Harrison (Wake 
Forest) and Lawrence Moten (Syracuse). 

A native of Boston, Mass., Patsos, 27, played 
collegiately at Catholic University. He earned 
three varsity letters and was captain of the team 
his senior season. He earned his bachelor's 
degree in History from Catholic in 1989, and is 




The Patsos File 

Coaching Experience 

1991-Present: Assistant Coach, University of 

Maryland. Assistant to Gary Williams 

1989-91: Assistant Coach, Archbishop Carroll 
High School 

Education 

1989: B.S. in history. Catholic University, 

Washington, B.C. 

Playing Experience 

1985-89:Three-time letterwinner in basketball, 
Catholic University, Washington, D.C. 

Personal 

Birthdate: October 1,1966 (27 years old) 
Hometown: Boston, Mass. 




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Peter Sauer 




Cleo Long-Thomas 




Lynette Garrison (L), 
and Marchelle Payne 



currently pursuing his master's in theater his- 
tory at Maryland. 

Peter Sauer 
Administrative Assistant 

Peter Sauer handles the day to day administrative 
duties of the Maryland men's basketball team. 
Now in his fifth year with the team, Sauer han- 
dles many of the increasingly complex duties that 
come with the operation of a Division I basketball 
team. 

Among Sauer's duties for the Terps are facilities 
coordination, game management and team travel. 
He also assists with the organization of the Gary 
Williams Basketball Camp and the academic moni- 
toring of the men's basketball student-athletes. 

Sauer was the Assistant Athletic Director for 
Development and Communications at the 
University of Maryland - Baltimore County prior to 
joining Gary Williams in College Park. While 
there, he dramatically improved the corporate 
sponsorship program at the school. His efforts 
helped get four Retriever basketball games on 
television - a first in the history of UMBC athlet- 
ics. His efforts also allowed UMBC to enjoy its 
best year ever financially. The school set single 
game and season attendance records during the 
1988-89 season. Prior to his work at UMBC, he 
was an assistant to the General Manager at the 
Patriot Center, George Mason University's basket- 
ball arena. 

Sauer is a graduate of the University of 
Maryland and the University of Nebraska School 
of Law. He earned his bachelor's degree in gov- 
ernment and politics from the University of 
Maryland in 1981. 

Cleo Long-Thomas 
Coaches Secretary 

Cleo Long-Thomas begins her third season with 
the Terps as secretary to the coaches. Long- 
Thomas has the duty of keeping the professional 
schedules of the coaching staff in correct order. In 
addition, she helps in the planning of Coach 
Williams's speaking engagements and organizes 
recruiting correspondence. 

A native of Washington, D.C, Long-Thomas 
has worked at the University for six years. Prior to 
working at the University, she worked for 17 
years in the federal government. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, have 
three children: Tyrone, 25, Jabari, 19 and Raven, 10. 



20 



TERPS 



TERRAPIN MANAGERS 




STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 



Dave lingerer 

Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Dave Ungerer, Maryland's second-year head 
strength and conditioning coach, begins his first 
season working with the men's basketball team. 
Previously, Ungerer worked primarily with the 
football team but was named to oversee the overall 
strength and conditioning program on October 1. 

Ungerer will work with all phases of the basketball 
team's strength and conditioning. From its pre-season 
conditioning, which included a three-day a week 
running program and weight lifting program, to its 
m-season program, Ungerer will see that the Terps 
are ready to play 40 minutes of basketball each time 
they hit'the court. 

Ungerer joined the Terps from Holy Cross, where 
during his four years there he worked with the highly 
successful football program. Ungerer was part of a 
staff that led the Crusaders to the winningest record 
in college football. 

At Maryland, Ungerer oversees the strength and 
conditioning programs for Maryland's entire 23-sport 
intercollegiate athletic program. He directly oversees 
the men's basketball programs and coordinates each 
of the other teams workouts through a talented and 
effective staff. 

His work with the football team since his arrival in 
College Park has yielded fantastic results in the 
weight room. In only his first spring in College Park, 
several school record performances were set in the 
weight testing period associated with spring practice. 
This past spring, many of those records were again 
broken. Ungerer's enthusiasm and ability to motivate 
student-athletes is well-known. 

Prior to joining the Crusader staff at Holy Cross, 
Ungerer was the defensive line and strength coach at 
Davidson College during the 1986-87 school year. In 
1985, he was the defensive line coach at 
Northeastern. 

A native of Edison, NJ., Ungerer played running 
back and linebacker at Edison High School, rushing 
for more than 1,000 yards and earning All-Area 
honors. He then earned three varsity letters as a 
running back at Southern Connecticut State. He 
received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 
from SCSU in 1980. 

Ungerer, 36, is single. 




Dave Ungerer 




Dwight Gait 



Dwight Gait 

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait has been a member of the Maryland 
strength and conditioning staff for several years and 
works with all 23 sports, focusing his attention 
primarily on men's basketball and football. 

Gait was an assistant strength and conditioning 
coach at Maryland in 1984 and 1985, and rejoined the 
staff prior to the 1989 football season. 

Gait has a wide ranging background in the field of 
strength and conditioning. He was the director of 
Frank Costello's Elite Training Center for several 
years and he has worked extensively with the 
Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League. 

A graduate of the University of Maryland, Gait 
received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business 
and Management in 1983. He earned his Master's of 
Science in Exercise Physiology from Maryland in 1989. 

Like Ungerer, Gait's enthusiasm and 
encouragement of Maryland's student-athletes in the 
weight room has met tremendous success. The 
Maryland athletes are stronger now than they ever 
have been. 

Gait, 36, is married to the former Mary Janice 
Taylor. The couple has four children; Angie, Teri, 
Dwight, IV and Tom. 






22 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ON BRISTOL— The team's elder states- 
man among the guards. ..his 44 career 
games played is the most of any Terp back- 
court player... he is one of the guickest play- 
ers on the team and has proven to be an 
excellent weakside rebounder despite his 
diminutive size. ..he possesses a tremendous- 
ly explosive first step to the basket... he will 
see the majority of his playing time at the off 
guard position, where his accurate shooting 
eye from three-point range should get plenty 
of work this season... he has earned high 
praise from the coaches for his defensive 
efforts... As a Sophomore — Played in 21 
games, and averaged 2.6 points and 1.2 
rebounds per game. ..earned his first career 
start at Duke, taking the place of Johnny 
Rhodes in the first five... joined Duane 
Simpkins as the two guards who received the 
most playing time off the bench... had a great 
outing at Clemson with a career-high 10 
points. ..also had a strong game against Wake 
Forest with seven points, including two of 
two from three-point range... totaled a sea- 
son-high 13 minutes against Georgia Tech, 
when he ably subbed for the injured Kevin 
McLinton and the ineffective Johnny 
Rhodes. ..As a Freshman — Played in 23 
games, tying John Walsh for the most 
appearances among the freshmen... he scored 
a season-high nine points at Louisville... all of 
his points came in a furious nine-minute 
stretch late in the game as Maryland tried to 




Points 

10 vs. Clemson 
(1-26-93) 

Rebounds 

3 vs. several 
opponents 

Assists 

2 vs. Howard 
(1-2-93) 




mount a comeback... had eight points in 
an overtime loss to Florida State, his three- 
point attempt to win the game at the end of 
regulation just missed the mark... made the 
most of his time in his first ACC Tournament, 
scoring four points in just six minutes against 
Clemson... he played the second most min- 
utes of any freshman on the team... 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 sec- 
ond place in the Region... he was a unani- 
mous All-Met selection after his senior sea- 
son, and was runner-up for Player of the Year 
by the Washington Post... he was the Prince 
George's Journal Player of the Year... he grad- 
uated 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 his- 
tory... more impressively, he led unheralded 
High Point to a State Championship his 
sophomore year and the State runner-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 sea- 
sons, he led HPHS to a 66-10 overall 
record... Personal — Born January 24, 
1973. ..his full name is Wayne Cecil 
Bristol... he is majoring in criminal justice. 



CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR Gp/GS FGM FGA PCT 3PM 3PA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST TO BLK ST MIN PTS. AVG 

1992-93 21-1 14 40 .350 5 20 .250 21 35 .600 15-11 26-1.2 14- 12 9 3 5 148 54 2.6 

1991-92 23-0 15 54 .278 4 19 .211 6 15 .400 13-5 18-0.8 23- 11 13 3 158 40 1.7 

TOTALS 44-1 29 94 .309 9 39 .231 27 50 .540 28-16 44-1.0 37- 23 22 3 8 30 6 94 2.1 



24 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON BRISTOL: 

"Wayne showed signs last year of being able to score at the Atlantic 

Coast Conference level. He will be set back this season 

with having to sit out the first semester but Wayne will definitely make 

a contribution to the team this year." 




Game by Game Statistics 



Career Highs 



1992-93 

GAME 

Md-Balt Co 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR TJ 
1-3 0-0 4-5 6 2-2 


PF AST 

1 1 


TO 

1 


BLK STL MIN 
8 


PTS 10 

vs Clemson (1-26-93) 


at West Virginia 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














3 


FGM 4 


Md -Eastern Sh. 
American 


0-3 
0-0 


0-2 
0-0 


24 
0-0 


2 



1-3 
00 




1 


i 
l 















7 
3 


vs Louisville (12-10-91) 


Towson St 


1-2 


0-1 


2-3 


4 


1-2 


2 


l 








1 


10 


FGA 9 


Morgan St. 
Howaid 
Georgia Tech 


0-1 
2-3 
0-0 


0-0 
1-1 
0-0 


1-2 

1-3 
00 


1 

6 



0-0 
2-3 
0-1 



1 
2 


l 

2 







1 














11 

10 
3 


vs Louisville (12-10-91) 
FG% .667 


at No. Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 











1 





4 


numerous occasions 


at Florida St. 


0-0 


0-0 


1-3 


1 


0-0 





1 


1 








5 




at Clemson 
Duke 


2-5 

0-0 


1-3 
0-0 


5-6 
0-0 


10 



0-1 
0-0 


2 
1 






2 




1 




1 




7 
2 


FTM 5 

vs Clemson (2-27-93) 


at Ga Tech 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


1 


2 








1 


13 


FTA 6 

vs Clemson (2-27-93) 


North Carolina 
at Wake Forest 


1-4 
2-3 


0-2 
2-2 


2-2 
1-1 


4 
7 


2-3 

0-1 



1 


1 



1 
1 




1 






6 
12 


N.C. State 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





0-2 








1 








12 


FT% .833 
vs Clemson (2-27-93) 


Clemson 
at Duke 


0-1 
2-3 


0-1 
0-1 


0-0 
0-2 




4 


1-1 
0-1 




1 


1 














1 


7 
12 


at Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 


1 





1 





1 


6 


OR 3 

at Clemson (2-22-92) 

vs North Carolina (3-12 


NC State-ACC 
No Car-ACC 


1-2 
1-4 


1-2 
0-3 


0-0 
1-2 


3 
3 


1-1 

3-3 




1 


















3 
4 


1991-92 

GAME 

Ml St Marys 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-TF 
0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 


PF AST 



TC 



BLK STL MM 
2 


DR 2 
numerous occasions 


Md.-Eastem Short 


2-4 


0-2 


0-0 


4 


1-2 


2 


1 











9 


REBS 3 


American 
West Virginia 


0-3 
0-1 


0-0 
0-1 


2-3 
0-0 


2 



2-3 
0-0 






2 





1 






2 



11 

3 


numerous occasions 


at Louisville 


4-9 


1-4 


0-0 


9 


1-1 


2 





2 








10 


AST 2 


Towson State 
Ridei College 


0-1 
0-0 


0-1 
0-0 


0-0 
0-2 






0-0 

1-1 



2 


1 

















5 
11 


numerous occasions 


Rutgers 


0-3 


0-0 


0-2 





0-0 




1 


3 








13 


STL 2 


Evansvule 
at Ga. Tech 


1-4 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
2-4 


2 
2 


0-0 
0-0 




1 





1 











10 
6 


vs American (11-3-91) 


Duke 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-2 




1 











8 


MIN 13 


at N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 
















2 


numerous occasions 


at No. Carolina 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





0-0 




1 


2 








8 




Florida State 


3-7 


2-4 


0-0 


8 


1-1 
















13 




Wake Forest 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-2 




2 


1 








12 




Clemson 


0-2 


0-1 


1-2 


1 


0-1 




1 











4 




at Virginia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 
















2 




at Duke 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 
















2 




at Clemson 


0-4 


0-2 


00 





3-3 







1 








10 




UNC-Gieensboro 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 








1 





1 


7 




Virginia 


0-1 


0-0 


o-o 





0-0 

















2 




Clemson(ACC) 


1-4 


1-2 


1-2 


4 


2-2 

















6 




DukelACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








1 








2 















A C C 


s 


TAT 


I 


STIC 


S 














YEAR 


Gp/GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


3PM 3PA PCT 


FTM 


FTA PCT 




OR-DR TR-AVG 




AST 


TO 


BLK 


ST 


PTS. 


AVG 


1991-92 


11/0 


15 


54 


.278 


4 19 .211 


6 


15 .400 




13- 5 18-0.8 




11 


13 





3 


40 


1.7 


1992-93 


12/1 


8 


21 


.381 


3 10 .300 


10 


16 .625 




5- 7 12-1.0 




5 


8 


3 


4 


29 


2.4 


TOTALS 


23/1 


23 


75 


.306 


7 26 .269 


16 


31 .516 




18-12 30-1.3 




16 


21 


3 


7 


69 


3.0 


MEET THE TERPS 






























25 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



ON HIPP— His combination of fundamen- 
tally-sound basketball skills and awesome 
physical talent make him one of the most 
exciting players in the country... he is among 
the best leapers in the ACC and can dunk, it 
seems, from almost anywhere on the 
court... he showed throughout his first season 
ever-increasing range on his jumper to the 
point where he was one of the team's most 
reliable three-point specialists by the end of 
the year... he will be one of the featured play- 
ers on this season's edition of the Terps...As 
a Freshman— Started all 28 games, becoming 
the first freshman to start every contest since 
the 1986-87 year.. .he averaged 11.3 points 
and 4.9 rebounds a game, the fourth-best 
averages on the squad in both categories. ..he 
was named to the first team ACC All- 
Freshmen Team, joining Johnny Rhodes as 
the two Maryland selections to that elite 
five. ..he was the second-leading freshman 
scorer in the ACC, behind Rhodes. ..he scored 
21 points in his first college game, which is 
the best first-game freshman performance in 
school history... he was the ACC Rookie of the 
Week that first week of the season, and again 
in Week 10 when he averaged 14 points and 
six rebounds against No. 6 UNC and No. 10 
FSLL.he scored in double figures 17 times, 
including the first eight games of the sea- 
son... he exploded for 18 points and six 
assists at Georgia Tech in one of his best reg- 
ular-season ACC outings. ..he tied with 
Rhodes for team-high scoring honors (15 
points) against Louisville, leading the Terps 
to the huge win in Cole Field House. ..also led 
the team in scoring versus UNC with 16 





1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

21 vs. UMBC 
(12-1-92) 

Rebounds 

9 vs. N.C. State 
(3-12-93) 

Assists 

7 vs. N.C. State 
(1-23-93) 

Steals 

3 vs. several 
opponents 




points... he was outstanding in his first 
ACC Tournament: getting 11 points, nine 
rebounds and four assists in the opening 
round win over N.C. State, and then leading 
the Terps in scoring with 19 points in the 
quarterfinal loss to top-ranked North 
Carolina.. .in all, he led the team in scoring 
three times and in rebounding twice. ..he was 
extremely accurate from the outside, shoot- 
ing better than 60 percent from the field in 
four games and 50 percent or better 11 
times. ..High School— Attended Harker 
Prep... Selected Metropolitan Area Mr. 
Basketball as a senior, an award that has pre- 
viously gone to such notables as Dennis 
Scott, Danny Ferry and Johnny Dawkins...he 
was a starter for the Capital team in the 
Capital Classic and was a unanimous first 
team All-Met pick... he led Harker Prep to a 
23-1 record and a No. 6 national ranking by 
USA Today and a No. 3 ranking by ESPN... he 
averaged 19.5 points, 8.0 rebounds and 5.0 
assists, and shot 62 percent from the field (33 
percent from three point) and 72 percent 
from the line as a senior and was the team's 
second leading scorer... he was named to the 
all-tournament teams in every tournament in 
which Harker Prep played (three times). ..as a 
junior he averaged 13.5 points and five 
rebounds a game, leading the Colonels to a 
national top 10 ranking... he began his high 
school career at Ballou in Washington D.C. 
before transferring to Harker prior to his 
junior season... his high school coach was Stu 
Vetter... Personal— Born November 22, 
1973. ..his full name is Exree Joseph 
Hipp... his first name is pronounced X-ree. 



CAREER 



STATISTICS 

YEAR Gp/GS FGM FGA .PCT 3PM 3PA .PCT FTM FTA PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST 

1992-93 28/28 130 270 .482 20 63 .318 36 56 .643 48-90 138-4.9 74-1 87 

TOTALS 28/28 130 270 .482 20 63 .318 36 56 .643 48-90 138-4.9 74-1 87 



TO BLK ST MIN PTS. AVG 

58 10 35 816 316 11.3 
58 10 35 816 316 11.3 



26 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON HIPP: 

"Exree has the ability to turn on a crowd with his athleticism and 

outstanding ability to get up in the air. He was one of the top freshman 

in the Atlantic Coast Conference last year as he averaged in double figures. 

He did a very good job in a starting role last year." 




Game by Game Statistics 



1992-93 
GAME 
Md-Balt Co 
at West Virginia 
Md.-Eastem Sh. 
American 
at La Salle 
Towson St 
Morgan St 
Louisville 
Howard 
Georgia Tech 
at No Carolina 
at Florida St 
Wake Forest 
Oklahoma 
at N.C. State 
at Clemson 
Duke 
Virginia 
at Ga. Tech 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
at Wake Forest 
N G State 
Clemson 
at Duke 
at Virginia 
NC State-ACC 
No Car -ACC 



FG-FGA 

9-13 

4-10 

4-9 

6-9 

9-13 

5-9 

3-7 

7-11 

3-6 

3-8 

2-5 

5-11 

3-6 

6-13 

3-10 

4-9 

1-4 

3-6 

8-14 

7-13 

5-10 

3-10 

4-10 

6-13 

4-9 

2-6 

4-11 

7-15 



Career Highs 



PTS 

FGM 

FGA 
FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

STL 

MIN 



21 
9 

15 
.692 



10 
l.OOC 

5 
6 

9 
7 
3 
36 



3P-3PA 

0-1 

1-4 

0-2 

0-1 

1-4 

0-0 

1-1 

1-2 
0-0 
14 
1-2 
1-2 
1-2 
0-1 
0-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
2-4 
2-3 
2-3 
2-5 
1-3 
1-8 
0-2 
0-1 
0-1 
2-5 



FT-FTA PTS 
3-3 21 



2-4 

2-2 

2-2 

0-0 

0-0 

8-10 

0-0 

2-8 

0-2 

1-2 

0-0 

2-2 

0-0 

2-2 

0-1 

0-0 

3-3 

0-0 

0-0 

0-0 

0-0 

3-3 

0-0 

04 

0-0 

34 

34 



OR-TF. 

2-6 

1-3 

2-6 

3-7 

2-8 

0-2 

2-5- 

2-5 

1-5 

34 

1-1 

0-6 

1-2 

1-3 

4-7 

2-6 

0-3 

2-7 

0-2 

4-6 

3-6 

1-6 

2-7 

2-7 

2-6 

0-2 

5-9 

0-0 



PF AST 

1 1 
3 3 
3 2 

3 1 

4 4 
3 4 
71 3 

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

1 4 

2 2 



TO BLK STL ION 



vs Md-Baltimore County (12-1-92) 

vs Md Baltimore County (12-1-92) 

at La Salle (12-12-92) 

vs North Carolina (3-12-93) 

vs Md-Baltimore County (12-1-92) 

at La Salle (12-12-92) 

vs Morgan State (12-26-93) 

vs Morgan State (12-26-93) 

numerous occasions 

N.C. State (3-11-93) 

at LaSalle (12-12-92) 

at Florida State (1-13-93) 

vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 

at N.C. State (1-23-93) 

numerous occasions) 

vs Duke (1-30-93) 

vs Clemson (2-27-93) 



ACC STATISTICS 



YEAR GP/GS FGM FGA 

1992-93 16/16 63 144 
TOTALS 16/16 63 144 



PCT 


3PM 3PA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


OR-DR TR-AVG 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


ST 


PTS. 


AVG 


438 


14 41 


.342 


17 


32 


.531 


27-51 78-4.9 


54 


39 


5 


19 


151 


9.4 


438 


14 41 


.342 


17 


32 


.531 


27-51 78-4.9 


54 


39 


5 


19 


151 


9.4 



MEET THE TERPS 



27 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ARIOLM 



ON LUCAS— A player who could play a 
pivotal role for the Terps...he truly began to 
be a force— both in games and in practice- 
late in the year... he took some time to get 
acclimated to the intensity level of college 
ball, but he showed signs throughout the 
year that he can be a dominant player at this 
level... he has good size and strength and the 
versatility to play any of the three front court 
positions. ..his game is most strongly suited, 
however, for the power forward spot, which 
is where he will see most of his time. ..he is 
an excellent rebounder and has as good a 
range on his jumper as any of Maryland's 
inside players... he shot 60 percent from three 
point range as a freshman... he finished the 
season as the Terps' first front court player 
off the bench and will, again, be one of the 
first subs for the Terps this year if he does 
not earn a starting role... As a Freshman- 
Played in 23 games, starting two. ..he aver- 
aged 3.5 points and 2.3 rebounds a game. ..he 
had a great start and a great end to the sea- 
son, nailing five of six field goal attempts for 
10 points in just 11 minutes in the second 
game of the season against West 
Virginia... then, in the regular-season finale, 
he scored nine points, grabbed 10 rebounds 
and blocked three shots at Virginia... in 
between those games, he played solidly 
throughout the season, even earning a start- 




SOPHOMORE, FORWARD 
MEMPHIS, ' 




1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

10 vs. West Virginia 
&UNC 

Rebounds 

10 vs. Virginia 
(3-6-93) 

Assists 

1 vs. several 
opponents 

Steals 

3 vs. Florida State 
(2-13-93) 




ing nod in back-to-back ACC games, 
against Florida State and at Wake 
Forest. ..another outstanding performance 
came against UNC with 10 points and three 
rebounds in 25 minutes. ..he was four of six 
from the field against Towson State, includ- 
ing three straight buckets late in the first half 
that seemed to jump start the Terps' 
offense.. .for the year, he averaged 12 minutes 
a game, but played at least 21 minutes in 
four of his final eight games— testimony to 
his effectiveness late in the season... High 
School— Played at Fairley High School, which 
he led to the city championship three consec- 
utive seasons— a first in Memphis schoolboy 
history... in his three seasons as a member of 
the Fairley varsity, the team had a combined 
won-loss record of 83-18. ..as a senior, he led 
Fairley to a 25-8 overall record, the city and 
district titles. ..he averaged 14 points, 10 
rebounds, 3.5 blocks and shot 48 percent 
from the field... he was named to the 
Memphis All-City Team and was an honor- 
able mention selection to the all-state 
team... he also was a honorable mention 
McDonald's All- American... as a junior, he 
averaged 12 points and 10 boards... his high 
school coach was Sylvester Ford... Personal- 
Born March 3, 1974.. .his full name is Mario 
Deshun Lucas... he is majoring in accounting. 









































CAREER 


s 


T A 


T I 


S T I C S 










YEAR 


Gp/GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


3PM 3PA .PCT FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


OR-DR 


TR-AVG PF-DQ AST 


TO 


BLK 


ST 


MIN PTS. AVG 


1992-93 


23/2 


30 


73 


.411 


3 5 .600 17 


33 


.515 


18-35 


53-2.3 35-0 8 


25 


9 


10 


277 80 3.5 


TOTALS 


23/2 


30 


73 


.411 


3 5 .600 17 


33 


.515 


18-35 


53-2.3 35-0 8 


25 


9 


10 


277 80 3.5 


28 


























MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON LUCAS: 

"Mario was a very good player for us at times last year. 

The key to Mario is his ability to play at the same level each day. To be 

successful, he must be consistent on the court each day." 




Game by Game Statistics 



1992-93 
























GAME 


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


OR-TR 


PF AST 


TC 


BLK STL 


MI 


Md -Bait Co. 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1-3 


1 














3 


at West Virginia 


5-6 


0-0 


0-1 


10 


0-1 


4 














11 


Md.-Eastem Sh. 


0-2 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


4-7 


2 








1 





12 


American 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 


1 


1 


2 








9 


at La Salle 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





1 


1 








4 


Towson St 


4-6 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


0-0 

















8 


Morgan St. 


0-0 


0-0 


2-5 


2 


1-2 








6 





1 


10 


Louisville 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Howard 


2-5 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


0-3 


1 





4 


1 


1 


15 


Georgia Tech 


3-6 


1-1 


1-4 


8 


2-4 


1 














8 


at No Carolina 


1-4 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-1 





1 


1 








13 


at Florida St. 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 








1 








3 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 





0-1 

















10 


Virginia 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-2 


1 





1 


1 





11 


at Ga. Teen 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 








2 


1 


14 


North Carolina 


4-6 


1-1 


1-2 


10 


1-3 


3 


1 


1 








25 


Florida State 


1-5 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 





3 


27 


at Wake Forest 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


3 














18 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


at Duke 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-3 


4 


1 


2 


1 





21 


at Virginia 


4-9 


0-1 


1-1 


9 


4-10 


3 





3 


3 


1 


21 


NC State-ACC 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-5 


1 











1 


15 


No. Car -ACC 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1-2 


4 


1 


1 





2 


16 



Career Highs 



PTS 



10 



FGM 


5 


FGA 


9 


FG% 


.833 


FTM 


3 


FTA 


5 


FT% 


1.00C 


OR 


4 


DR 


6 


REBS 


10 


AST 


2 


STL 


3 


MM 


27 



at West Virginia (12-5-92) 

vs North Carolina (2-9-93) 

at West Virginia (12-5-92) 

at Virginia (3-6-93) 

at West Virginia (12-5-92) 

vs Md-Eastem Shore (12-7-92) 

vs Morgan State (12-26-93) 

numerous occasions 

vs Md-Eastern Shore (12-7-92) 

at Virginia (3-6-93) 

at Vuginia (3-6-93) 

at Virginia (3-6-93) 

vs Florida State (2-13-93) 

at Wake Forest (2-17-93) 

vs Florida State (2-13-93) 











ACC 


STAT 


YEAR GP/GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


3PM 3PA .PCT 


FTM FTA .PCT 


1992-93 12/ 2 


15 


42 


.357 


3 5 .600 


7 15 .467 


TOTALS 12/ 2 


15 


42 


.357 


3 5 .600 


7 15 .467 


MEET THE TERPS 













OR-DR TR-AVG AST TO BLK ST PTS. AVG 

10-20 30-2.5 5 11 7 5 40 3.3 

10-20 30-2.5 5 11 7 5 40 3.3 



29 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ON RHODES— Without question, one of 
the top young guards in the country... there 
really is no weakness in his game... offensive- 
ly, he can drive to basket, shoot from long 
range and dish the basketball with equal 
effectiveness and effortlessness. ..defensively, 
he is super quick and has great anticipation 
on the court, two qualities which helped him 
set a school record for steals in a season last 
year... he was an impact player in his first 
year in the ACC and now is perched to be a 
dominant player in the league... he played 
this summer for the South Team in the U.S. 
Olympic Festival in San Antonio, Texas. ..As a 
Freshman— Played in all 28 games and start- 
ed 27 in what was one of the most heralded 
freshman seasons in the last 20 years of the 
program... he was one of only two unanimous 
picks to the ACC All-Freshmen first team... he 
was runner-up to Martice Moore of Georgia 
Tech for ACC Rookie of the Year... he was 
named second team Freshman All- American 
by Basketball Times... he led all league rook- 
ies in scoring (14.0 ppg), rebounding (5.2 
rpg), steals (2.5 spg), three-pointers made per 
game (2.1) and three-point percentage (.341), 
and was second in assists (3.3 apg)...his 
rebounding average was the best among the 
ACC's starting guards. ..his steal average was 
second overall in the league, and he set a 
school record for steals in a season with 
71. ..he finished the season as Maryland's 
third-leading scorer and second leading 
rebounder, and he is the top returnee for 
1993-94 squad in both categories. ..he started 
all but one game and scored in double figures 
in 23 of the 28 contests... he was a three-time 
ACC Rookie of the Week... he played some of 
his best ball of the season down the stretch, 




1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

26 vs. UMES 
(12-7-92) 

Rebounds 

13 vs. N.C. State 
(3-11-93) 

Assists 

7 vs. La Salle & 
N.C. State 

Steals 

6 vs. Clemson 
(2-24-93) 




scoring in double figures in eight of the 
last nine games and 11 of the final 13... he 
was selected by USA Today as the top fresh- 
man off guard in the country in a midseason 
rookie review... finished the regular season in 
grand fashion with a game-high 23 points on 
64 percent shooting at Virginia... he had an 
outstanding ACC Tournament, with a career- 
high 13 rebounds and seven assists in the 
first round win over N.C. State... followed that 
up with a 15-point, five-rebound, three-assist 
performance against North Carolina in the 
quarterfinals... he led the team in scoring in 
seven games and in rebounding twice... his 
26-point effort against Maryland-Eastern 
Shore was the third best scoring total by a 
freshman in school history... At Maine Central 
Institute— Averaged 17.7 points, 11.4 assists 
and 6.7 rebounds a game as the starting 
point guard.. .led MCI to a 29-1 record and 
was the team MVP on a squad that sent all 
10 players to NCAA Division I programs. ..he 
was named Converse Player of the Year in 
the state of Maine. ..his MCI coach was Max 
Good, who calls Rhodes "the best overall 
player he has ever coached "...At Dunbar 
High School— Three-year starter... averaged 
24 points, eight rebounds and six assists a 
game as a senior... led Dunbar to the City title 
in 1989 and 1990, and to the runner-up spot 
in 1991... was the City Title Game MVP in 
1991... unanimous selection for All-Met and 
was the Washington Post's Player of the Year 
in 1991. ..he was the Capital Team MVP in the 
1991 Cap Classic... his high school coach was 
Michael McLeese... Personal— Born 
September 13, 1972. ..his full name is John I.V. 
Rhodes. ..he has not yet declared a major. 



CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR Gp/GS FGM FGA .PCT 3PM 3PA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST TO BLK ST MIN PTS. AVG 

1992-93 28/27 149 355 .420 59 173 .341 35 66 .530 41-104 145-5.2 68-1 91 62 12 71 926 392 14.0 

TOTALS 28/27 149 355 .420 59 173 .341 35 66 .530 41-104 145-5.2 68-1 91 62 12 71 926 392 14.0 



30 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON RHODES: 
"Johnny Rhodes came to Maryland as one of the most highly recruited guards in the country 

as a freshman. He did not disappoint anyone. As a freshman, he had the added pressure 

of having to score for us — something he did very well. I personally felt that he was the best 

freshman the Atlantic Coast Conference last year." 




Game by Game Statistics 



1992-93 
GAME 
Md.-Balt. Co. 
at West Virginia 
Md. -Eastern Sh. 
American 
at La Salle 
Towson St. 
Morgan St 
Louisville 
Howard 
Georgia Tech 
at No. Carolina 
at Florida St 
Wake Forest 
Oklahoma 
at N.C. State 
at Clemson 
Duke 
Virginia 
at Ga. Tech 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
at Wake Forest 
N.C. State 
Clemson 
at Duke 
at Virginia 
NC State-ACC 
No. Car.-ACC 



Career Highs 



PTS 
FGM 
FGA 
FG% 

FTM 

3FGM 

3FGA 

3FG% 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

STL 
MIN 



26 
9 

18 
.692 

7 

5 

12 
1.000 

14 
1.000 

5 

12 

13 

7 

6 
38 



, 3P-3PA 
2-7 
3-9 
2-3 
3-3 
2-5 
2-5 
2-4 
4-9 
2-6 
3-12 
1-8 
2-4 
3-7 
2-5 
0-3 
2-9 
2-8 
3-7 
0-4 
3-9 
0-5 
3-8 
1-3 
2-6 
2-4 
5-8 
0-5 
3-7 



22 

0-0 
6-9 
1-2 
1-2 

1-2 

2-2 

1-5 

1-2 

0-2 

0-0 

1-2 

0-0 

7-14 

0-0 

4-5 

1-1 

0-0 

0-0 

0-0 

00 

1-2 

3-6 

0-2 

1-2 

0-1 

2-2 

0-1 



OP.-TP. 

0-4 

2-5 

1-3 

2-8 

2-6 

0-2 

1-6 

0-4 

0-9 

3-7 

0-3 

0-4 

1-2 

3-7 

1-5 

5-7 

3-5 

0-3 

4-7 

1-4 

3-8 

2-4 

2-5 

1-2 

1-4 

0-3 

1-13 

2-5 



PF AST 
2 2 

2 



4 

7 

2 

5 



TO BLK STL MTN 



vs Md-Eastem Shore (12-7-92) 
numerous occasions 
vs Georgia Tech (1-5-93) 
vs Md-Eastern Shore (12-7-92) 
vs American (12-10-92) 
vs Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
at Virginia (3-6-93) 
vs Georgia Tech (1-5-93) 
vs American (12-10-92) 
vs Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
numerous occasions 
at Clemson (1-26-93) 
vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 
vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 
at La Salle (12-12-92) 
vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 
vs Clemson (2-27-93) 
numerous occasions 



29 

28 
30 
31 
35 
27 
26 
38 
31 
33 
31 
35 
34 
30 
38 
34 
36 
38 
34 
35 
38 
33 
31 
37 
33 
38 
33 
30 



ACC STATISTICS 

YEAR GP/GS FGM FGA .PCT 3PM 3PA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG AST TO BLK ST PTS. AVG 

1992-93 16/15 88 216 .478 32 105 .305 11 23 .478 27-46 73-4.6 49 49 7 41 219 13.7 

TOTALS 16/15 88 216 .478 32 105 .305 11 23 .478 27-46 73-4.6 49 49 7 41 219 13.7 



MEET THE TERPS 



31 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ON SHULTZ— Easily the strongest player 
on the squad... his strength allows him to 
play much bigger inside than a typical 6-6 
player... he is an effective rebounder and low 
post defender... he possesses a surprisingly 
accurate outside shot and is an excellent foul 
shooter... he is extremely coachable...he has 
accepted his role on this team very well, and 
is as enthusiastic a member of this team as 
any player in the program... As a 
Sophomore— Played in 21 games and aver- 
aged 1.6 points and 1.9 rebounds per 
game... had a big game off the bench against 
N.C. State with seven points and six boards 
in a season-high 22 minutes. ..played 14 huge 
minutes down the stretch against Oklahoma 
and more than held his own... had a solid 
seven-point, four-rebound performance 
against Howard... As a Freshman— Played in 
15 games, including six of the last eight. ..he 
averaged 0.8 points and 0.7 rebounds a 
game... by season's end, he was the second 
front court player off the bench after John 
Walsh... his best outing of the year came in 
Maryland's ACC Tournament win over 
Clemson, when he was six of six from the 
line and finished the game with six points, 
four rebounds, one assist and one steal in 12 
minutes of action... in that Clemson game, 
both Evers Burns and Chris Kerwin had three 
first-half fouls and eventually both fouled out 
of the game, necessitating that Shultz see 
more playing time late in that close game 
than in any similar circumstance all sea- 




1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

7 vs. several 
opponents 

Rebounds 

6 vs. N.C. State 
(2-24-93) 

Assists 

3 vs. American 
(12-10-92) 




son... he also effectively subbed for foul- 
plagued Burns and Kerwin in the Terps' 
huge win at Florida State, recording a sea- 
son-high 13 minutes. ..he scored three points 
and grabbed two rebounds in 10 minutes 
versus UNC-Greensboro...High School- 
Played his final two seasons at DeMatha 
High School... he began his prep career at 
McDonough High in Baltimore, but trans- 
ferred 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 points 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 origi- 
nally committed to attending the U.S. Naval 
Academy, but never enrolled fulltime at the 
Academy... after his Plebe Summer, he decid- 
ed to resign his appointment and did not 
attend college during the 1990-91 academic 
year... during his year off, he worked as a sub- 
stitute teacher in Baltimore County and 
worked on sharpening his game. ..also during 
his year off out of school he got involved m 
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 18 
Nikes...his father, Ron, is the athletic director 
at Dundalk High School. 



YEAR GP/GS 

1992-93 21/0 

1991-92 15/0 

TOTALS 36/0 



FGM FGA .PCT 

13 37 .351 

2 6 .333 

15 43 .349 



CAREER 

3PM 3PA .PCT 
2 5 .400 

.000 



STATISTICS 

FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST 

5 8 .625 17-22 39-1.9 15-0 5 

8 12 .667 4- 6 10-0.7 5-0 3 



.400 



13 



20 



.650 



21-28 49-1.4 



20-0 



TO BLK ST MTN PTS. AVG 

7 2 2 172 33 1.6 

3 1 63 12 0.8 

10 2 3 235 45 1.3 



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MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON SHULTZ: 

"Kurtis has worked very hard to be able to compete in this league. During his freshman year, 

his free throws allowed Maryland to beat Clemson in the ACC Tournament. He will be counted on this 

year to make a positive impact on the program." 




HGame by Game Statistics 
















1 Career Highs 


1992-93 
























PTS 7 


GAME 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT FTA PT' 


OR-DR PF AS! 


TO 


BLK STL MD) 


numerous occasions 


Md.-Balt. Co. 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 

















5 




at West Virginia 


11 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















1 


FGM 3 


Md.-Eastem Sh. 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-4 


1 














8 


numerous occasions 


American 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-5 





3 





1 





11 




at La Salle 


0-1 


0-0 


24 


2 


1-1 


2 


1 











7 


FGA 7 


Towson St. 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


0-2 

















8 


vs Morgan State (12-26-93) 


Morgan St 


3-7 


0-0 


1-1 


7 


2-2 

















10 




Howard 


3-4 


1-1 


0-0 


7 


3-4 


3 





1 





1 


15 


FG% .750 


Georgia Tech 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


1-2 

















2 


vs Howard (1-2-93) 


at No Carolina 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-2 

















3 




at Florida St. 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


1 


2 








7 


FTM 6 


Oklahoma 


01 


0-0 


0-2 





0-1 


3 














14 


vs Clemson (3-12-93) 


at N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














9 


FTA 6 


at Clemson 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3-4 


1 





2 





1 


18 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


vs Clemson (3-12-93) 


at Wake Forest 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





1-1 

















7 


FT% 1.000 


N.C. State 


3-5 


1-1 


0-0 


7 


1-6 


1 





1 








22 




Clemson 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





1-3 


1 





1 


1 





11 


vs Clemson (3-12-93) 


at Virginia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 

















5 


OR 3 


NC State-ACC 
No. Car. -ACC 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 






0-0 
0-0 




1 



















1 

6 


vs Howard (1-2-93) 


1991-92 
























at Clemson (1-26-93) 


Game 


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


A 


TC 


BLK STL MN 


DR 5 

vs N.C. State (2-24-93) 


Mt. St. Mary's 

Md -Eastern Shore 


0-0 

1-1 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
1-2 



3 


0-0 
0-1 




1 


1 






1 











4 
5 


American 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 

















3 


REBS 6 


Rider College 
at No. Carolina 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 






0-0 
0-0 






















1 
1 


vs N.C. State (2-24-93) 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


AST 3 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


vs American (12-10-93) 


at Florida State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 








1 








13 




Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


STL 1 


at Duke 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 


1 


1 


1 








4 


numerous occasions 


at Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 




UNC-Greensboro 


1-1 


0-0 


1-3 


3 


1-2 


1 














10 


MIN 22 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


vs N.C. State (2-24-93) 


Clemson(ACC| 


0-1 


0-0 


6-6 


6 


2-4 


2 


1 








1 


12 




Duke(ACCI 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


o 


o 


o 





o 


3 






.«U*" 



*** 



ACC STATISTICS 



YEAR GP/GS FGM FGA .PCT 

1991-92 8/0 2 .000 

1992-93 10/ 5 18 .278 

TOTALS 10/ 5 20 .250 



3PM 


3PA 


.PCT 


FTM 


FTA 


.PCT 


OR-DR TR-AVG 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


ST 


PTS. 


AVG 








.000 





1 


.000 


1- 1 2-0.3 


1 


2 











0.0 


1 


4 


.250 








.000 


9-10 19-1.9 


1 


6 


1 


1 


11 


1.1 


1 


4 


.250 





1 


.000 


10-11 21-2.1 


2 


8 


1 


1 


11 


1.1 



MEET THE TERPS 



33 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ON SIMPKINS— After one season as the 
back-up, he is expected to be given the on 
court controls of the Terps this year as the 
team's starting point guard... he is a quintes- 
sential point guard.. .he is a team leader both 
on and off the floor... on the court, he consis- 
tently makes those around him better... he 
and Johnny Rhodes are the two best passers 
on the team... he is adept at driving to the 
basket and dishing off at the most opportune 
moment and he can hit the open jumper 
when defenses sag against him... he benefit- 
ted greatly from the opportunity to play with 
Kevin McLinton and to watch how the former 
Terp point guard always tried to dictate the 
tempo of a game at crucial junctures. ..he 
traveled to Spain in early summer and played 
with a group of collegiate all-stars against 
some of Europes best teams. ..As a 
Freshman— Played in all 28 games, averaging 
2.9 points, 1.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists a 
game... he was playing his best basketball of 
the year at season's end... in his first ACC 
Tournament he shined, scoring a season-high 
14 points against N.C. State in the first round 
win and scoring eight points and dishing for 
a team-high six assists in the quarterfinal 
loss to UNC.his 67 assists on the year was 
the fourth-best total on the team, and tops 
among non-starters... in the regular season 
finale, he had five points and five assists in 
just 19 minutes at Virginia... he suffered a 
fracture of the orbit (the socket surrounding 
his right eye) in practice before the N.C. State 
game in Raleigh and that injury limited his 
minutes against State and in the first game 
with Clemson...he came back against Duke 




1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

14 vs. N.C. State 
(3-11-93) 

Rebounds 

3 vs. several 
opponents 

Assists 

6 vs. several 
opponents 

Steals 

2 vs. several 
opponents 




with a regular season high 22 minutes as 
the Terps effectively used a small lineup 
against the Blue Devils. ..he was on the court 
down the stretch against Louisville, after 
Kevin McLinton was lost to fouls, and again 
in crunch time against Oklahoma... against 
OU, he calmly sank five of six free throws to 
secure the upset win... High School— Played 
at DeMatha High School... as a senior, he led 
the Stags to a second consecutive City 
Championship and a No. 3 national rank- 
ing.. .he averaged 15 points, six assists and 
four steals a game, while shooting 57 percent 
from the field and 72 percent from the 
line... directed DeMatha to a 31-2 overall 
mark... he was the MVP of the City 
Championship Game for the second consecu- 
tive year.. .he was a Parade All-American and 
a McDonald's All- American... he was 
DeMatha's senior MVP— an award that previ- 
ously has gone to the likes of Danny Ferry, 
Adrian Dantley, and Gary Ward to name a 
few.. .as a junior, he averaged 10 points, six 
assists and three steals, leading the Stags to 
a 30-0 record and the City League title... as a 
sophomore, he became the youngest starting 
point guard in the heralded history of 
DeMatha, and directed the team to a 26-8 
record. ..he was the first freshman guard to 
earn varsity status in DeMatha history... in his 
three years as the starter, DeMatha was a 
combined 87-10. ..his high school coach was 
Morgan Wootten... Personal— Born April 9, 
1974. ..his full name is Duane Vance 
Simpkins...he is still undecided about his 
major. 



CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR Gp/GS FGM FGA .PCT 3PM 3PA PCT FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST 

1992-93 28/ 22 76 .290 7 27 .259 31 43 .720 3-28 31-1.1 44- 67 

1992-93 28/ 22 76 .290 7 27 .259 31 43 .720 3-28 31-1.1 44- 67 



TO BLK ST MTN PTS. AVG 

55 2 19 304 82 2.9 

55 2 19 304 82 2.9 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON SIMPKINS: 

"Duane was limited in his playing time last season because of Kevin McLinton. 

This year he has the first shot at the point guard position. Duane really matured during his first 

year at Maryland and physically he is a lot stronger. He played for the legendary 

Morgan Wooten at DeMatha High School." 




Game by Game Statistics 



1992-93 






















GAME 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-DR PF AST 


TO 


BLK STI 


M 


Md-Balt. Co 


1-4 


0-1 


3-4 


5 


0-0 


2 5 


3 





1 


18 


at West Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 1 


1 








11 


Md -Eastern Sh 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-2 


2 5 


3 





1 


16 


American 


1-2 


0-0 


4-7 


6 


0-0 


4 


3 





1 


14 


at La Salle 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 


1 








6 


Towson St 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





3 








10 


Morgan St 


2-5 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


1-3 


1 


2 





1 


17 


Louisville 


1-2 


1-1 


2-2 


6 


0-2 


2 1 


2 





1 


15 


toward 


1-1 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


0-3 


1 6 


2 





2 


17 


Georgia Tech 


2-7 


1-4 


1-4 


6 


0-0 


3 


1 





1 


19 


at No Carolina 


2-5 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


2-3 


1 2 


2 





2 


18 


at Florida St 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


4 2 


2 





1 


9 


Wake Forest 


0-4 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 2 


1 





1 


15 


Oklahoma 


0-1 


0-1 


5-6 


5 


0-3 


4 3 


3 





2 


18 


at N.C. State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


2 


1 








1 


at Clemson 


0-3 


0-2 


0-1 





0-1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


7 


Duke 


2-7 


0-1 


2-2 


6 


0-1 


4 6 


4 








22 


Virginia 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 














8 


at Ga Tech 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





0-1 


1 2 


3 








21 


Worth Carolina 


1-2 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


0-0 


1 1 


1 








9 


Florida State 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 1 


4 





1 


13 


at Wake Forest 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2 











3 


N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-3 


2 1 


1 








10 


Ciemson 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


1 











4 


at Duke 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


4 6 


3 








16 


at Virginia 


2-7 


0-2 


1-2 


5 


0-2 


2 5 


2 


2 


1 


19 


NC State-ACC 


3-4 


2-3 


6-6 


14 


0-2 


2 1 


1 





1 


21 


No Car -ACC 


3-8 


1-3 


1-2 


8 


0-1 


3 6 


4 





2 


25 


Career Highs 


PTS 


14 




vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 










FGM 


3 




vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 










FGA 


7 




numerous occasions 










FG% 


.750 




vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 










FTM 


6 




vs N.C. Stats (3-11-93) 










FTA 


7 




vs American (12-10-92 










FT% 


1. 000 




vs N.C. State (3-11-93) 










OR 


2 




at North Carolina (1-9-93) 








DR 


3 




numerous occasions 










REBS 


3 




numerous occasions 










AST 


6 




numerous occasions 










STL 


2 




numerous occasions 










MM 


25 




vs North Carolina (3-12-93) 















ACC 


STATISTICS 












YEAR GP/GS 


FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


3PM 3PA .PCT 


FTM FTA PCT OR-DR TR-AVG AST 


TO 


BLK 


ST 


PTS. 


AVG 


1992-93 16/ 


10 


47 


.213 


1 16 .060 


6 12 .500 2-11 13-0.8 33 


27 


2 


7 


27 


1.7 


TOTALS 16/ 


10 


47 


.213 


1 16 .060 


6 12 .500 2-11 13-0.8 33 


27 


2 


7 


27 


1.7 


MEET THE TERPS 




















35 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



ON WALSH— In terms of games played, 
he is the Terps most veteran player and 
will be looked upon to carry a leadership role 
for this team... he has good size and strength 
to play either of the forward positions. ..he 
runs the floor well and is a fundamentally 
sound player with excellent mechanics... he 
spends a lot of time working on his 
game... improvement in his all-around consis- 
tency will be the key factor in his playing 
time this year... if he can come off the bench 
with consistent defensive effort and work 
properly within the offensive scheme he will 
see valuable minutes for the Terps... As a 
Sophomore— Played in 25 games and aver- 
aged 2.5 points and 1.4 rebounds a con- 
test... he played a season-high 16 minutes 
against North Carolina... he scored a season- 
high seven points against Howard and 
grabbed a season-best six rebounds at West 
Virginia... he had six points at Florida State in 
what was a return to the site of arguably his 
best game as a freshman.. .he was the team's 
second-best free throw shooter at 79.3 per- 
cent. ..As a Freshman— Played in 23 games, 
which tied with Wayne Bristol for the most 
appearances among the freshman class... by 
the end of the season, he was the team's 
sixth man... he averaged 2.4 points and 1.8 
rebounds in just under nine minutes a 
game... he scored a career-high 10 points and 
grabbed six rebounds in Maryland's huge 
win at Florida State, and he was inserted into 
the line-up more liberally after that 
game... against Duke in the season finale, he 





1992-93 Season Highs 



Points 

7 vs. Howard 
(1-2-93) 

Rebounds 

6 vs. West Virginia 
(12-5-92) 

Assists 

1 vs. several 
opponents 




grabbed a season-high nine boards. ..one 
of his best all-around games was a seven- 
point, seven-rebound outing against UNC- 
Greensboro...he played at least 13 minutes in 
five of the last six games of the season, evi- 
dence of his value to the team down the 
stretch... for the season, he shot 40 percent 
from the field and 75 percent from the 
line... 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 m the New England 
Championships. ..his coach at St. Thomas 
More, Jerry Quinn, raved about his work 
ethic... prior to enrolling at St. Thomas More, 
he competed for West Islip High School, 
which is in the same Long Island, N.Y. league 
that produced former N.C. State standout 
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 full name is John David 
Walsh... his father is the former coach at 
Babylon High School on Long Island, and pro- 
duced such notable college players as Chris 
Burst (UNC) and Matt Burst (St. John's).. .he 
is the middle of three children... his older sis- 
ter, Laura, graduated from Providence, and 
his younger sister, Sarah, currently is a 
sophomore at PC. 



CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP/GS FGM FGA .PCT 3PM 3PA .PCT FTM FTA .PCT OR-DR TR-AVG PF-DQ AST TO BLK ST MTN PTS. AVG 

1992-93 25/0 18 55 .327 3 9 .333 23 29 .793 16-19 35-1.4 23-0 10 6 2 8 177 62 2.5 

1991-92 23/0 19 48 .396 2 6 .333 15 20 .750 19-22 41-1.8 25-0 8 10 1 5 202 55 2.4 

TOTALS 48/0 37 103 .359 5 15 .333 38 49 .776 35-41 76-1.6 48-0 18 16 3 13 379 117 2.4 



36 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



COACH WILLIAMS ON WALSH: 

"John came off of a good freshman year and was slowed by back surgery 

before the season began. The back surgery never allowed him to realize 

his potential as a sophomore. This year, we are going to see a lot out of him 

and we look for big contributions to the program." 







































-■TIP ^ 




*.m 


MCame by Game Statistics 
















1 Career Highs 




1992-93 
























PTS 10 




1 


. «S ^ 


- 


GAME 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-DR PF AST 


TO 


BLK STL MIN 


vs Florida State (2-5-92) 




■ 


» W 


^fm 


Md-Balt. Co 


0-4 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


1 


1 











13 










at West Virginia 


04 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


46 





1 


1 








12 


FGM 3 




■ all w 


4 


wj/M 


Md -Eastern Sh. 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-2 


1 





1 








8 


at La Salle (12-12-92) 




*tV 


1 


American 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-2 


4 





2 


1 


1 


13 


vs UNC-Greensboro 




: v 


>* 


Mf.m 


at La Salle 


3-4 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-1 


1 











1 


11 


(2-25-92) 






j; f 


Towson St. 


1-2 


0-1 


2-2 


4 


1-2 





1 


1 








8 








1 f 




Morgan St. 


2-5 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


2-3 


1 











1 


7 


FGA 8 






ri i 


Louisville 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


1 


1 











9 


vs UNC-Greensboro 




* 


/ty 


Howard 


2-4 


0-1 


3-3 


7 


2-2 


1 


1 


1 








8 


(2-25-92) 






#,. 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 








AX J A. 




at No Carolina 


0-2 


0-1 


2-2 


2 


1-1 


3 


1 








2 


16 


FG% 1.000 












at Flonda St 


1-4 


1-1 


3-3 


6 


0-0 





1 








1 


9 












mumerous occasions 








W 




Wake Forest 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 














1 


7 








'] i 


f 




Oklahoma 


1-1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


0-1 


2 


1 


1 








7 


FTM 5 










at N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














4 


vs Flonda State (2-5-92) 






^^ T 


. 




Duke 


0-1 


0-0 


34 


3 


1-1 


2 


1 





1 





9 






^^ 


.^Bm. ^ 


\ 




Virginia 


1-3 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


1-3 

















4 


FTA 6 




*f 




I 




North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


vs Florida State (2-5-92) 












Flonda State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 














5 






V 




$U 


«/ - i 


at Wake Forest 


1-1 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


1-1 


3 














3 


FT% 1.000 






^ r ■ 


**! 


N C. State 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


01 

















1 


numerous occasions 










» 3 t^S* 


at Duke 
at Virginia 


1-3 

1-4 


1-1 

0-0 


0-0 
1-1 


3 
3 


1-2 
1-3 



1 


1 
















7 
6 


OR 4 






f 






■w 


~^^ r 


NC State-ACC 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 





1 











4 


vs UNC Greensboro 




4 J 




1 • " 


No. Car -ACC 
1991-92 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


1 














7 


(2-25-92) 
at West Virginia (12-5-92) 




fl f 31 




P?OiV 


GAME 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA PTS OR-DR PF AST 


TO 


BLK STL MD) 


DR 6 




? 1 


»« 


Mt St Marys 
Md-Eastern Shore 


0-0 
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37 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




ON BOOTH— One of the most nationally 
sought-after recruits in the storied history 
of Baltimore prep basketball... his game is so 
versatile he could wind up playing any of 
three positions regularly... he has three-point 
range on his jumper and is tremendously 
strong and efficient when working from the 
low post... his defensive abilities have 
Maryland coaches excited about the 
prospects of his presence on the press... High 
School— Attended Dunbar High School, 
where he was a three-year starter.. .as a 
senior, he was a first team McDonald's High 
School All-American and played in the 
national All- America game m Memphis, 
Tenn....he also was a second team Parade 
All- American... he averaged 21 points, 10 
rebounds and four assists as a senior, leading 
the Poets to the Maryland Class A state 
championship... he was the Maryland state 
Player of the Year, the Baltimore Sun area 
Player of the Year and the City of Baltimore's 
Mr. Basketball... he was a four-year varsity 
player and a three-year starter, earning first 
team all-Met by the Sun as both a junior and 
a senior.. .as a junior, he averaged 19.5 points, 
11.8 rebounds and four assists and led 
Dunbar to a 29-0 record and the mythical 
high school national title. ..he played for the 
Capital All-Stars in the annual Cap 
Classic. .his high school coach was Pete 
Pompey...he signed during the spring ('93) 
signing period... Personal— Born October 9, 
1974. ..his full name is Keith Eugene Booth 
II. .he goes by the nickname "Turk". ..he is 
the first cousin of University of 
Massachusetts sophomore Donte Bright. 




"Keith possess a lot 
of different skills - 
he is not a one 
dimensional player. 
I think he can be a 
great team player 
because of his ball 
handling, rebound- 
ing and scoring 
skills. He was the 
best high school 
player in the state 
of Maryland last 
season 



38 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



ON BOSNIC— Could be the surprise 
recruit from Maryland's exceptional Class 
of '97. ..he was originally recruited because of 
his dead-eye accuracy from three-point, but 
as the coaches continued to watch him play 
they were intrigued by his athletic ability... he 
won the slam dunk contest during the 1993 
Dapper Dan Festival... what he might lack in 
quickness he more than makes up for in hus- 
tle, determination and court savvy... High 
School— Attended Laurel Highlands High 
School... he was a four-year starter, and the 
team's leading scorer his last three sea- 
sons. ..as a senior, he averaged 29 points, 12 
rebounds, four assists and four blocks a 
game. ..he led Laurel Highlands to a 23-0 reg- 
ular season record in 1992-93... he was named 
by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to its Fab Five 
team, recognizing the top five prep players in 
Western Pennsylvania... he was a second- 
team all-state pick... in his four years of varsi- 
ty competition, he totaled 1,936 career 
points— the Laurel Highlands school 
record.. .he averaged 30 points a game as a 
junior, 23 as a sophomore and 11 as a fresh- 
man... he earned all-county honors all four 
seasons. ..his high school coach was Mark 
John.. .Personal— Born June 5, 1974.. .his full 
name is Nicholas Earl Bosnic. 




"Nick is a legitimate 
three-point shooter 
with deceptive 
physical abilities. I 
look for Nick to real- 
ly add to the team 
with his outside 
shooting and defen- 
sive abilities this 
season." 




MEET THE TERPS 



39 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



ON KOVARIK— The Terps final signee in 
1993, accepting Maryland's scholarship 
offer near the conclusion of the spring sign- 
ing period... his game is suited to either guard 
spot, but he probably will see most of his 
action at the point, where he is expected to 
back-up Duane Simpkins this season... like 
classmate Nick Bosnic, he has a great eye 
from the outside and should have plenty of 
opportunity to display that range this sea- 
son... he is an excellent athlete who had col- 
lege scholarship offers for soccer as well as 
basketball... High School— Attended Grimsley 
High School... he was a first team all-state 
pick in North Carolina and the Guilford 
County Player of the Year... as a senior, he 
averaged 19.7 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.2 
assists a game. ..he shot 51.1 percent from 
the field, while hitting 39 percent of his 
three-point attempts... he led Grimsley to a 
21-7 record in 1992-93... as a junior, he aver- 
aged 12 points a game and led the Whirlies 
to a 20-7 mark... he was team MVP and an all- 
conference and all-county pick as both a 
junior and senior... he was a three-year starter 
at Grimsley... his high school coach was Robin 
Lincks... Personal— Born January 24, 
1975. ..his full name is Matthew George 
Kovarik. 




"Matt is a combina- 
tion type of guard — 
he is not just a point 
guard or a shooting 
guard — but a com- 
bination of both. He 
is also a very good 
athlete as evidenced 
y being All-State in 
soccer as well as 
basketball." 



40 



MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



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ON RAYDO— A walk-on who was added 
to the roster on the first day of practice, 
October 30... is a hard working, all-out hustle 
type of player who will help the Terps...has a 
tremendously strong work ethic and gives 
100 percent each time he steps onto the 
court... has a good eye for the basket and can 
consistently hit the three point shot.. .High 
School — Attended Cardinal Gibbons High 
School where he earned honorable mention 
All-State honors following his senior sea- 
son... was a second team all-county selection, 
also, following his senior year... he averaged 
18.7 points and 9.5 assists while leading 
Broward County in assists and finishing fifth 
in the county in scoring. ..Gibbons won the 
district championship and advanced to the 
sectional finals his sophomore season. ..start- 
ed three years on the varsity and was team 
captain his junior and senior seasons. ..his 
high school coach was Mark Wilson... showed 
his athleticism as he was a member of the 
Gibbons football team playing defensive back 
and wide receiver... set a school record for 
interceptions and was a second-team all- 
county selection as a senior.. .also a member 
of the golf team with a seven handicap. 
Personal — Born December 1, 1974.. .his full 
name is Matthew Todd Raydo... considered 
Boston College, Miami (Fl), Jacksonville and 
Florida Southern as well as Maryland. 




MEET THE TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



ON SMITH— Because of his size and the 
position he plays, he might ultimately have 
the most impact of any of Maryland's new- 
comers. ..he can play center or power for- 
ward—two positions at which Maryland 
must find replacements for graduated 
starters... he is an outstanding defensive 
player, who coaches think could develop into 
an awesome shot blocker... he possesses 
excellent strength and will undoubtedly ben- 
efit from Maryland's conditioning 
program... played for the Virginia All-Stars 
AAU team and led that squad to the champi- 
onship of the prestigious Boston Shootout in 
mid-June...he was named MVP of that tour- 
nament, outshining several more highly-tout- 
ed college freshmen-to-be (Joey Beard, Duke; 
Jeff Shepard, Kentucky; Charles O'Bannon, 
UCLA; and Randy Livingston, LSU)...in 1992, 
he played for the Boo Williams AAU team 
that won the national title and he was named 
one of 10 AAU All- Americans... he played in 
the Cap Classic, helping lead the Capital All- 
Stars to a two-point upset win... High 
School— Attended Maury High School... he 
was a third team 1993 Parade All- 
American...as a senior, he averaged 20.8 
points, 14.2 rebounds and 4.5 blocks per 
game. ..he shot 61.3 percent from the 
field... he was a first-team all-state pick and 
the Virginian-Pilot Player of the Year... he also 
earned Player of the Year honors from the 
Norfolk Sports Club. ..as a junior, he averaged 
16.6 points and 16.2 rebounds and shot 62.4 
percent from the field... he started all four 
years. ..he was all-Tidewater Area and all- 
Eastern District as both a junior and 
senior... his high school coach was Jack 
Baker... Personal— Born July 26, 1975.. .his full 
name is Joseph Leynard Smith. 




"Joe was one of the 
most talented 
inside players in 
high school by the 
end of his senior 
year. He was the 
Most Valuable 
Player of the Boston 
Shootout in the 
spring of 1993. He 
brings the rare abil- 
ities of shot block- 
ing and quickness 
to a player who is 6- 
9 1/2. He has great 
potential at the 
University of 
Maryland." 



MEET THE TERPS 



42 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



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Maryland's 1955-56 team was tie first to call Cole Field 
House home. The team was coached byH.A. "Bud" 
Millikan and it compiled a 9-5 record in the held house 
during the inaugural season. 



When college basketball was achieving its most expansive 
growth - from the late 1950's to the 1970's - there was one 
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 basketball, the sport of network television and 
the emerging legends. It stands today as a building that faces 
cosmetic renewal over the next several years, but Cole's charm 
and charisma will not be tampered with; there was not a bad 
seat on Dec. 2, 1955 when it was dedicated in 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 routinely been 
made, can one feel the echo of tradition, and experience, even in 
an 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 in honor of Cole, who served on 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 not only tell the fan what the score is, but also how loud they are cheenng. A new floor design was 
added in 1991. Cole's seating base grew from its original base, and 14,500 fans can now root for the Red and White at any game. 

In the past two years, Cole's interior has undergone numerous changes. The concourse has been painted; both sky boxes 
along the east and west sides of the arena have been upgraded; a new weight room for use by the basketball teams was 
constructed; the academic support suite has been renovated; a new sound system installed and the concession facilities 
improved.. 

New to Cole this year is a refurbished main lobby and 29 banners within the arena area. 

Following the 1994 season, the men's locker room area will be enhanced. Included in the plans are doubling the space of the 
player's lockerroom while constructing team meeting and coaches lounges. Future plans include improving the women's 
basketball lockerrooms and constructing of a facility for the volleyball team. 

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

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



Cole Field House Highlights 

1955 Cole Field House dedicated at the cost of $3.3 Million. Maryland defeats Virginia, 67-55 on Dec. 2 in the first game 

in the new facility. 
1958 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast Conference champions. 
1966 Cole plays host to the NCAA Final Four. In the semifinals, Kentucky defeats Duke and Texas El Paso defeats 

Utah. Texas El-Paso then defeats Kentucky in one of the most memorable championship games in history. 

1970 Cole plays host to the NCAA Final Four for the second time. Jacksonville defeats St. Bonaventure and UCLA 
defeats New Mexico State in the semifinals. UCLA then defeats Jacksonville as Sidney Wicks out dueled Artis 
Gilmore. It was the fourth of UCLA's nine consecutive NCAA championships. 

1971 Maryland defeats South Carolina, 31-30, in one of the great "slow-down" games in the history of Cole. Leading 
only 4-3 at half -time, Maryland needed a lay-up from Jim O'Brien to tie the game with five seconds to go in 
regulation and an 1 1-foot jumper from O'Brien to win the game with four seconds remaining in overtime. 

1972 Cole is home to the National Invitational Tournament Champions. 

1972 The Cole Field House attendance record of 15,287 was set as Maryland played host to North Carolina on February 

16. Maryland lost 79-77 in an overtime thriller. Maryland averaged 13,166 fans at each home game in 1972, the 

third highest total in school history. 
1975 The Cole Field House home average attendance record of 13,427 was set. The Terps played 14 home games in 

front of 187, 971 Terp faithful. 
1979 On Super Bowl Sunday, Larry Gibson sank a free throw with one second on the clock to boost the Terps past No. 1 

Notre Dame, 67-66, on Jan. 27, 1979. Gibson scored 11 points that day while Ernest Graham scored 28 and Buck 

Williams grabbed 15 rebounds. 
1979 Greg Manning sank an eight foot jumper with three seconds remaming in regulation to give Maryland a 70-68 

victory over Duke on Jan. 16, 1979. The Blue Devils had entered the season ranked No. 1 in the country and were 

ranked among the top ten on the day of the game. 
1984 Cole is home to the 1984 Atlantic Coast Conference Champions 

1991 In the NCAA Eastern Regional first round, #15 Richmond defeats #2 Syracuse, 73-69, in one of the great upsets in 
NCAA Tournament history. It was only the second time in the history of the tournament that a #15 seed had 
defeated a #2 seed. 

1992 Maryland defeats No. 10 North Carolina, 82-80 on a last second tip in by All-America Walt Williams on Feb. 13. 
Williams put the Terps up 81-80 with 1.3 seconds remaining to lead the Terps past the Tar Heels in Cole for only 
the second time since the 1982-83 season. 



44 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



NCAA's at COLE 

1962 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

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

Vulanova79, New York U. 76 

Championship 

Wake Forest 79, Villanova 69 

Third Place 

New York U 94. St. Joseph's 85 

1963 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

Duke 81. New York U. 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 

Pnnceton 66. North Carolina 48 

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

Championship 

Pnnceton 109, Providence 69 

Third Place 

North Carolina 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 Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (OT) 

Boston College 63, St. John's 62 

Championship 

North Carolina 96, Boston College 80 

Third Place 

Pnnceton 78, St John's 58 

1968 First Round 
Davidson 79, St John's 70 
Columbia 83, La Salle 69 

1969 Eastern Regionals 
Semi-Finals 

North Carolina 79, Duquesne 78 

Davidson 79, St John's 69 

Championship 

North Carolina 87, Davidson 85 

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 Carolina 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 




Maryland's fans are considered to be among the best in the 
nation as exhibited by countless post-game victory 
celebrations on the Cole Field House court. 



Terp Attendance Through the Years 




Total Season 






Home Games Only 


Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


1992-93 


28 


321,673 


11,488 


15 


175,217 


11,681 


1991-92 


29 


323.755 


11,164 


15 


143,444 


9,563 


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 now is 14,500. 




Alter almost 40 years, Cole Field House is still among the premier basketball arenas in the nation. 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



45 



THE UNIVERSITY AT COLLEGE PARK 



These are great days 
at the University of 
Maryland at College 
Park. The university, 
through an act of the 
state legislature, has 
been designated 
officially as the state's 
flagship campus with a 
mandate to become one 
of the nation's leading 
public universities. The 
effect of that mandate is 
for individuals from all 
corners of the university 
to aspire toward 
excellence, to think great 
thoughts and to become 
immersed in an 
educational enterprise of 
the highest caliber. 
There is an unmistakable 
momentum for change 
and a sense of 
heightened expectation 
at College Park - 
Maryland is choosing 
quality. 

The faculty have 
enthusiastically 
endorsed a new general 
education program that 
began in the fall of 1990. 
It is a blueprint for 
comprehensive changes 
in the undergraduate 
experience at Maryland. 
The campus is reducing 
its undergraduate 
enrollment, improving 
the ratio between faculty 
and students, raising 
admissions standards, 
revamping the University 
Honors Program, 
strengthening the 
advising system, 
supporting expanded 
undergraduate research, 
and encouraging 
innovations in teaching. 

A new language 
house has opened where 
student residents have 
direct satellite access to 
foreign language 
television broadcasts 
from Russia, Latin 
America, Italy and Japan, 
and where, in a total 



immersion setting, they 
have pledged to speak 
their chosen language at 
all times. A new honors 
house, a stimulating 
living-and-learning 
center for undergraduates 
taking part in the 
University Honors 
Program, opened in 1992. 
An international house, a 
living-learning 
environment that will 
meet the growing needs 
of the diverse 
international population 
on campus, is in the 
works. 

Our location adds to 
the excitement on 
campus, too. Few 
regions in the nation 
have the intellectual, 
cultural and physical 
resources to compare 
with those in the 
Baltimore-Washington, 



D.C. corridor. College 
Park's location astride 
that corridor means that 
Maryland undergraduates 
may tap these resources 
to their fullest - through 
internships, research 
projects, cooperative 
work-study and other 
programs offering hands- 
on experience. 

We invite you to take a 
closer look at the 
University of Maryland, 
its extensive academic 
programs, faculty, 
research facilities, 
student activities and 
support services and the 
resources and 
opportunities it offers. 
See for yourself the 
number of different ways 
in which Maryland is 
choosing quality. There 
has never been a better 
time to choose Maryland. 





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THIS IS MARYLAND 



History 

Just after the 
American Revolution, the 
state of Maryland 
established its first two 
colleges in Chestertown 
and Annapolis. By the 
1850s, at least thirty little 
colleges had sprung up 
over the state, many with 
state support, but most 
of them disappearing 
within a few years. Then, 
in 1859 a different kind of 
institution appeared at 
College Park -the 
Maryland Agricultural 
College, the third such 
college in the world, 
created mainly for 
farmers' sons. The 
college was established 
by Charles Benedict 
Calvert, a wealthy 
planter from nearby 
Riversdale-now 
Riverdale— and later a 
congressman. Calvert 
built a handsome Gothic 
dormitory - classroom 
structure located in a 
grove of trees near the 
present Morrill Hall, and 
he divided the land down 
to the Baltimore- 
Washington Turnpike 
into small plots where 
each of the 50-or-so 
students experimented 
with a different 
agricultural crop. After 
the Civil War the 
institution became a 
land-grant college, with 
small appropriations 
from Washington. The 
little college began to 
grow about 1900 when 
agricultural experiments 
began to bring prosperity 
to Maryland, and when 
the college expanded its 
offerings into 
engineering, businness 
and the liberal arts. In 
1912 the old Gothic 
building burned, and the 
state provided modern 
structures. Women were 
admitted to the campus, 
and graduate work 
began. In 1920 the 
college combined with 





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the long-established 
professional schools of 
Baltimore and changed 
its name to the 
University of Maryland. 
Growth accelerated after 
1935 when the politically 
astute football coach, 
H.C. 'Curley' Byrd 
became president, added 
scores of new programs, 
and won national football 
championships. In the 
1950s and 1960s, 
President Wilson H. 
Elkins maintained the 
rapid growth, and 
College Park became one 
of the largest campuses 
in the nation. President 
Elkins, a Rhodes Scholar, 
transformed the 
institution's public image 
from that of a party 
school to one of academic 
mtegnty. In the 1970s 
and 1980s, the 
university's graduate 
and research programs 
flourished. In 1988, the 
General Assembly of 



THE UNIVERSITY AT COLLEGE PARK 



Maryland combined six 
state colleges with the five 
campuses of the University 
of Maryland, and 
specifically charged 
College Park with the role 
of leadership. The 
University of Maryland at 
College Park recognizes its 
special responsibility as 
the flagship and the largest 
of the eleven institutions 
within the statewide 
university system to lead 
the University of 
Maryland's quest for 
excellence. To this end, 
College Park offers broad 
coverage in the traditional 
arts and sciences as well as 
in a wide range of 
professional and pre- 
professional programs. The 
institution is organized into 
fourteen colleges and 
schools encompassing over 
100 departments and 
campus-wide programs of 
study. A growing number 



of these departments and 
programs rank among the 
best in the nation. Today 
the University of Maryland 
at College Park stands, by 
any measure, as one of the 
leading institutions of 
higher education in the 
world. 

Locale 

The state of Maryland is 
unrivalled in its scenic 
beauty, its rich heritage, 
and its wealth of 
educational, recreational, 
and cultural opportunities. 
From the mountain passes 
of Garrett County in the 
west, to the sand dunes of 
Assateague Island on the 
Eastern Shore, and the 
cosmopolitan excitement of 
Baltimore and Washington, 
DC, there is an 
unparalleled variety of 
experiences and resources 
available to students at the 
university. 





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THIS IS MARYLAND 



Nine miles from the 
nation's capital, the 
University of Maryland at 
College Park is within 
easy reach of the 
country's best research 
facilities. The Library of 
Congress, the National 
Archives (whose new 
facility is being 
constructed adjacent to 
the campus), the 
Smithsonian Institution 
and the National 
Libraries of Agriculture 
and Medicine are among 
the many unique 
resources in the area. 

In addition to 
traditional scholarly 
resources, the campus is 
surrounded by the 
dynamic cultural 
opportunities that only a 
major metropolitan area 
can provide. The 
Kennedy Center alone 



houses the National 
Symphony Orchestra, 
five performance stages, 
an opera company, and 
the American Film 
Institute. 

In Baltimore, one of 
the great ports of the 
world, a recent and 
remarkable renaissance 
has added the glistening 
touch of office towers 
and hotels to the quaint 
shops and ethnic 
restaurants of its many 
colorful neighborhoods. 
Harborplace and the 
National Aquarium 
anchor the Inner Harbor, 
which has become a 
cultural magnet for 
thousands of tourists 
each year. 

The Chesapeake Bay 
accounts for nearly 20 
percent of Maryland's 
acreage, and is a focal 






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point for the serious 
study of estuarine 
ecology as well as a 
recreational treasure. It 
is the source of 
Maryland's famed crabs 
and other seafood 
specialties, and a refuge 
for many species of 
water fowl. 

Not far from any point 
in the state is evidence of 
the burgeoning 
development which has 
made Maryland a model 
for economic growth and 
fiscal health. High tech, 
engineering, and service 
industries thrive in 
proximity to the campus, 
offering a wide spectrum 
of opportunities for work- 
study or internships for 
students and career 
choices for graduates. 

The University of 
Maryland at College 
Park, as the flagship 
campus of the state 
higher education system, 
is a vital part of 
Maryland's current 
prosperity and its vision 
for the future. For 
students here, the state 
offers a bounteous 
extension to the 
campus's own wealth of 
opportunity. 




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TERP TRADITIONS 



Testudo, a 
Diamondback Turtle, 
whose name is derived 
from the scientific 
classification for turtle 
*testudiness), 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 many 
different schools in 1920 
to form a 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-Liners had 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 
entire student body, and 
save from some 
splintered resistance, 
Testudo's family had 
won. Newspaper, even 
then exploring every 
angle, shortened Terrapin 
to Terp, but Testudo by 
any other 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 molded 
after a feisty 
Diamondback that came 
from Dr. Byrd's 
hometown of Crisfield. 
Dr. Byrd's choice of a 
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 the 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 flag staff 
carrying the Maryland 
flag, the ornament must 
be a gold bottony. 



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THIS IS MARYLAND 



THE UNIVERSITY 



Board of Regents 

George V. McGowen 
Chair 

Queen Annes County 

Margaret Alton 

Baltimore County 

The Honorable 
Mary Arabian 
Baltimore City 
Richard 0. Berndt 

Baltimore City 

Roger Blunt 
Vice Chair 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable 
Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 
Earle Plamer Brown 
Montgomery County 
Charles W. Cole Jr. 
Baltimore County 
Frank A. Gunther, Jr. 
Baltimore City 

Ilona Hogan 
Treasurer 

Frederick County 

Ann Hull 

Prince George's County 

Henry Lord 

Baltimore County 

Franklin P. Perdue 

Wicomico County 

Michael F. Seelman 

Montgomery County 

Constance Unseld 
Assistant Secretary 

Baltimore County 

Robert L. Walker 

Anne Anrundel County 

Dr. Albert N. Whiting 
Secretary 

Howard County 



System 
Administration 

Dr. Donald Langenburg 

Chancellor 

John K. Martin 

Vice Chancellor for 
Advancement 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Vice Chancellor (or 
Academic Affairs 

Kenneth R. Stafford 

Interim Vice Chancellor 
for General 
Administration 

College Park 
Campus 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Jacob K. Goldhaber 

Acting Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 

Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 

Dr. Kathyrn Costello 

Vice President for 

Institutional 

Advancemeent 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Vice Chancellor for 
Student Affairs 




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 
JohnB. 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. 




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 in 
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. 
on April 14, 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 in architecture 
from College Park and a 
daughter who currently 
is a student at the 
University. 




Dr. Donald Langenburg 
System Chancellor 



THIS IS MARYLAND 



ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 




Andy Geiger 
Athletic Director 



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. 

Geiger's two-year 
tenure has elevated the 
image of Maryland 
athletics, and provided 
structure and planning 
for the 1990s and 
beyond. A national 
presence in 

intercollegiate athletics, 
he regularly serves on 
NCAA panels dealing 
with the issues of the 
day, and he is a member 
of the NCAA Special 
Events Committee. 
Geiger is frequently 
consulted by the media 
on what is taking place, 
and what will take place, 
in college athletics. 

Geiger's structuring of 
Maryland's 23-sport 
program includes the 
creation of a 
contemporary fund- 
raising aparatus that will 
not only meet the 



immediate economic 
goals of the department, 
but also the long-term 
needs. He is responsible 
for directing the 
Maryland Partnership, a 
matching-gift program 
with the State that is 
rebuilding the College 
Park athletic complex. 
Already, $19.3 million 
worth of improvements 
have gone into Byrd 
Stadium. 

Geiger's two years 
have also netted the 
school an NCAA 
Championship (Women's 
Lacrosse in 1992), and 
the first bid to a football 
bowl game in five years 
(the Independence Bowl 
in 1990). In Geiger's 11 
years at Stanford, the 
Cardinal was as effective 
at winning NCAA titles 
(27) as any school in the 
nation. His stewardship 
also included a 
restructuring of its gift- 
giving system, and a 
continuation of the 
school's academic 
traditions. 

At Maryland, Geiger 
has stressed the 
development of the 
whole student-athlete. 





He has regorganized the 
Academic Support Unit, 
and in football there has 
been marked 
improvement in 
academics. Twenty-three 
players recorded 3.0 
GPAs during the past 
semester, a 130% rise 
over a year before. 

Geiger's academic 
philosophy was built-up 
over 27 years as an 
athletic administrator at 
some of the nation's 
most prestigious 
universities. 

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. 

A 1961 graduate of 
Syracuse, he was an 
oarsman for the 
Orangemen and 
competed in the 1971 
Pan-Am Games. 

Geiger, 52, has been 
married to the former 
Eleanor Rollings for 30 
years. They have two 
children, Phillip and 
Gregory. 



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THIS IS MARYLAND 



ACADEMIC SUPPORT UNIT 



Commitment to academic 
achievement is at the 
forefront of the athletic 
department's responsibility 
to every student-athlete. 
Striving for excellence is not 
just something each 
University of Maryland 
student-athlete does on the 
basketball court. 

Toward that goal of a 
successful academic 
experience for each student- 
athlete, the athletic 
department has msisted 
upon and fully supported the 
Academic Support Unit. 

The Academic Support 
Unit offers a comprehensive 
program for personal and 
academic achievement and 
development that includes: 

** Personal academic 

assessment. 

** Academic advising and 

counseling. 

** Supervised study. 

** Learning and study skills 

programs. 

** Computer training and 

usage skills. 

** Group and individual 

tutoring. 

" Career monitoring 

** Summer internships. 

Dr. Javaune Adams- 
Gaston, educator and 
clinical psychologist, is the 
Director of Athletic Student 
Services. She oversees the 
student-athlete's 
educational and medical 
well-being by integrating 
management of the 
Academic Support Unit and 
the Athletic Medicme Staff. 
In the ASU, Adams-Gaston 
and her staff work with 
every student-athlete in 
detail to provide the most 
complete academic 
expenence for the student- 
athlete. 

Dr. Adam's Gaston is a 
1978 graduate of the 
University of Dubuque with 
a B.S. in biology, psychology 
and general sciences. She 
earned her Master's degree 
in clinical psychology from 
Loras College m 1980 and 
her Ph.. D. in counselmg 
psychology from Iowa State 
in 1983. 



She regularly provides 
time for student-athletes as 
educational advisor and 
counselor. Her hands-on 
approach extends to a 
thorough series of seminars 
she and her staff hold that 
train the student-athlete in 
pertinent education beyond 
the classroom. Seminars 
cover time management, 
motivation, drug education, 
career planning and 
vocational mentorship. Each 
new school year begins with 
not only an academic 
orientation program, but also 
a seminar on interacting 
with the news media by 
nationally known media 
expert Kathleen Hessert. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston is 
assisted by a pair of 
experienced, caring 
assistant directors. 

Elizabeth Freidman is in 
her third year as a full-time 
counselor in the ASU after 
four years of assisting 
student-athletes on a part- 
time basis as a student 
herself. A native of Rockville, 
Md., and a graduate of 
College Park, she 
coordinates the Academic 
Support Unit's satisfactory 
progress monitoring system 
for all athletes and works 
daily with the many student- 
athletes in all aspects of 
academic support. The 
monitoring system is 
effective because of the 
enhanced communication 
between the ASU staff, the 
faculty and the student- 
athletes. 

Don Pearman, who works 
directly and on a day by day 
basis with the men's 
basketball team, is in his 
second year with the ASU. 
His experience reaches 
many realms of the 
University System, workmg 
within its boundanes over 
the last four years. Prior to 
his joining the ASU, Pearman 
was the program director of 
the Meyerhoff Scholarships 
Program at the University of 
Maryland at Baltimore 



County campus. A model 
program of minority 
recruitment in the fields of 
math and the sciences, the 
Meirhoff program is widely 
emulated. In the ASU, 
Pearman is responsible for 
post-graduate scholarship 
endeavors, the unit's tutorial 
programs, as well as 
monitoring every player on 
the men's basketball team. 
Pearman is a native of 
Brooklyn, NY., and received 
his Bachelor's degree m 
sociology and his Master's 
degree in counseling from St. 
Lawrence University. 

In addition to individual 
academic counseling, each 
member of the ASU serves 
the department in many 
other capacities. The staff 
operates the ever-expanding 
computer room, where 
student-athletes in all sports 
gain hands-on experience 
with various computer 
hardware and software. The 
ASU also operates an 
extensive bookroom, where 
student-athletes have at 
their disposal the majority of 
the books they will need 
during their undergraduate 
careers. 

More than 100 tutors m 
all academic disciplines are 
organized by the ASU. 
Student-Athletes can receive 
specialized one-on-one 
training in any class by a 
qualified tutor at any time. 

The Academic Support 
Unit at the University of 
Maryland has a positive and 
important impact on each of 
the student-athletes who 
join the Terps' program. 




Javaune Adams-Gaston: As the head of the Academic 
Support Unit, she provides hands-on assistance to all 
student-athleties. 




Liz Friedman (standing): A coordinator of the ASU's 
Computer Lab, she instructs all Terp student-athletes on 
the latest hardware and software equipment. 



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ASU'S START FAST PROGRAM 



Now in its second very 
successful year, the 
athletic department's 
Academic Support Unit is 
preparing the student- 
athletes at the University 
of Maryland to be better 
prepared in the class 
room with the START 
FAST Program. The 
program is designed as a 
comprehensive 
preparation and study 
skills program designed 
to assist incoming 
student-athletes adjust 
to the academic and 
social rigors of college life. 

STudent Athlete 
Resource Tactics - 
Freshman Athlete 
Scholastic Training 
(START FAST) is an 
orientation program 
designed especially for 
freshman and transfer 
student-athletes. As part 
of their transition into 
campus life at Maryland, 
new students are 
required to participate in 
this program, which is a 
combined effort between 
the student-athletes, 



coaches, academic and 
development staff, 
campus faculty and 
administrators. 

The focus of START 
FAST is to assist 
student-athletes in 
balancing their dual roles 
as students and athletes 
effectively. The program 
builds and improves 
student-athlete study 
skills as well as 
providing the student- 
athletes the opportunity 
to explore developmental 
issues. 

The Academic Support 
Unit coordinates, but 
coaches participate in the 
academic development of 
the students in this daily 
program, and campus 
faculty provide expertise 
on a variety of topics. 

During the course of 
the program, student- 
athletes are taught 
highly structured 
organizational planning 
which includes: note 
taking, time management, 
proactive planning, 
learning strategies, 



test taking and writing 
skills. 

Student -athletes 
prepare a FAST 
Notebook, in which they 
include daily scheduling, 
class notes and daily 
priority lists and 
summaries of each day's 
class lectures. The 
notebook is reviewed 
daily as part of the 
START FAST program, 
and has proven to be an 
invaluable organizational 
element and study tool 
for the student-athlete. 

Additionally, weekly 
workshops, led by 
University faculty and 
staff, are scheduled that 
allow student-athletes to 
explore a variety of 
individual and campus 
issues. Career interests 
also are assessed on an 
individual basis and 
seminars on University 
survival skills - effective 
library use, utilizing 
advisors, computer 
assistance - also are a big 
part of the START FAST 
program. 





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THIS IS MARYLAND 



MEDICAL STAFF 



J.I. Bush 

Basketball Trainer 

J.J. Bush is in his second 
season working with Gary 
Williams and the Terp men's 
basketball team. This is his second 
stint working with the program as 
he was the team's tramer from 
1972-1976. 

As the tramer for the 
basketball team, Bush coordinates 
the dally medical treatments for all the players and supervises 
all rehabilitative efforts m the advent of injury. 

Bush came to the Umversity in 1972, as an assistant trainer 
He began working immediately with the men's basketball 
team. The team won the regular season championship of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference in 1975 and averaged 23 wins a 
season during his tenure. 

Beginning with the 1976 football season, Bush worked 
with the Terp football team until 1992, when he returned to 
Cole Field House and the basketball team. Bush was the 
head tramer for the football team as it claimed 4 ACC 
Championships and played in nine bowl games. 

In addition to his training duties, Bush also teaches a 
kinesiology course on preventative training techniques for the 
Umversity, and is a frequent lecturer throughout the mid- 
Atlantic region of the United States on the latest training 
methods. 

Bush is active in the National Athletic Trainers Association, 
and he has worked extensively within the organization on 
improving athletic training methods. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 47, graduated from 
Florida State Umversity in 1969. He and his wife Gma have 
two children, Brandon, 16, and Jordan, 10. 




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 full- 
time 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 and consult with student-athletes on a 
walk-up basis. 

Dr. Fahey is an emergency physician wh,o is in his 
seventh year working with the athletic department. He 
received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth, 
where he competed in rugby and freshman basketball. 
He received his medical degree from Harvard in 1975. 

Dr, Bodison, in her 14th years as the Health Center's 
assistant director for medical services, has been 
coordinator of sports medicine smce 1982. She is a 
graduate of the Umversity of Buffalo and received her 
medical degree from SUNY Down State Medical School in 
1975. 

Dr, Bodison and her husband have two children, 
Sasha, 14, and Brenton, 10. The family resides m Silver 
Spring, Md. 



Dr. Sacared Bodison 
Coordinator of Sports 
Medicine 




Dr. Stephen Fahey 
Emergency Physician 




Dr. Bruce Ammerman 
Neurosurgeon 



Dr. Irwan Ardam 
Cardiologist 




Dr. Stan Lavine 

Team Physician 

Dr Stan Lavine, head orthopedic 
surgeon for Maryland's 23 
intercollegiate athletic teams, has 
roots that grow deep into 
Maryland's red clay He first served 
the Terps as a football letterman in 
1948 and 1949 and has, since, 
served the Terps from the medical 
profession. 

A native of Pittsburgh where he attended Schenley High 
School. Dr Lavine matriculated at Maryland to prepare for his 
medical career. He played football initially for Clark 
Shaughnessy, one of football's great innovators. By the time of 
his 1950 graduation, he had led Maryland, under Head Coach 
Jim Tatum, to a 9-1 season and a 20-7 victory over Missouri in 
the Gator Bowl as the team's quarterback. Following his 
graduation from Maryland's medical school, he interned at 
hospitals in Philadelphia and Cleveland, served two years in 
the Air Force, and began his orthopedic work with Maryland's 
athletic teams. Dr. Lavine attends all home basketball games 
and some road games and is on call at all times for the student- 
athletes playing on the University's 23 athletic teams. His 
professional reputation is national m scope and many 
prominent athletes regularly seek his treatment. He was team 
physician for the Washington Redskins, and was there for two 
Super Bowls. He was also the team physician for the Washington 
Bullets when they won the NBA Championship in 1978. 




Dr. Gerald Frishman 
Optometrist 




Dr. David Linehan 
Orthopedic Surgeon 



Dr. Leslie Esrig 
Dentist 




Dr. Craig Mendelsohn 
Ophthalmologist 



Dr. Stephen Sandler 
General Surgery 




Dr. Stephen Solomon 
Ophthalmologist 



n 

Dr. Tobin Finizio 
Oral Surgeon 



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TERP CLUB / M CLUB 




Two traditional graduate arms of Maryland Athletics, representing friends and 
alumni of athletics for a combined 115 years, are joining forces to meet the 
extraordinary needs of today's student-athlete. The Terrapin Club/Maryland 
Educational Foundation, which for 46 years has been raising scholarship monies, 
and the M Club, the alumni letterwinners support group for 70 years, will now have 
common gift-giving levels and goal support of Maryland's 23 sports programs. 




CLUB 



The Terrapin Club/Maryland Educational Foundation 

The Maryland Educational Foundation was founded on July 1, 
1946, at the urging of Clark Shaugnessy, the football coach. The 
social segment of the organization, the Terrapin Club, was founded 
later that year. 

The membership started with 132 friends of Maryland athletics 
each donating $100 for scholarships and an additional $25 for social 
dues. The early years featured philanthropic support for Terrapin 
scholarships, which were partly supported by athletic department 
revenues. What was an informal orgnaization giving much needed 
help to Maryland athletics became an integral part of the budget 
process with the soaring costs of intercollegiate athletics in the 
1970s. Now most scholarship revenues for Terrapin student athletes 
come from the Maryland Educational Foundation. In 1992-93, $1.52 
million was raised by the M.E.F. from 3,747 members. 



The M Club 



Like so many other worthy projects at the University, the M Club 
had Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd on board at the start as the club's first 
president in 1923. Byrd was putting the finishing touches on the 
first Byrd Stadium complex built along U.S. 1, down campus from the 
present stadium, and monies were needed to fill needs beyond 
bricks and mortar. The present University of Maryland at College 
Park was formed in 1920, and Byrd was finally getting the athletic 
complex he had desired for years. The M Club was formed to meet 
the needs of a bigger, larger athletic department, to supply support 
for the student-athlete now that a new complex was built. The same 
philosophy drives the M Club today as it provides support for 
student-athletes through its 3,800 active members at a time when 
facilities are being built, and additional funds are a priority. 



The Terrapin Club, one of the fastest growing booster clubs in the country, and the M Club, alumni letterwinners supporting the student 
athlete, invite friends of Maryland to make a commitment. For more information, call (301) 314-7020. 



The Terrapin Club 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, Md. 20741 



The M Club 
P.O. Box 273 

College Park, Md. 20741 




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MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




The Jefferson Pilot/Maryland Radio Network 15-station 
network is the only place for Terp fans to find the team 
when the can't get to Cole Field House or when they 
are on the road. The network covers the states of 
Maryland and Pennsylvania and the District of 
Columbia. 

The flagship station of the network is Baltimore's 
WBAL (1090- AM) which produces the broadcasts and 
feeds the signal to Terp fans across the region. In 
Washington, D.C., WRC (980) will carry the Terps for 
the third consecutive season. 

Each game, play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday 
and color commentator Greg Manning bring the action 
to fans with an informative pre-game show, complete 
analysis and play-by-play from tip-off to final buzzer, 
special analysis at half-time and a complete post-game 
wrap-up. Head Coach Gary Williams is heard before 
and after each game giving each listener into the Terps 
men's basketball team. 

Johnny Holliday-Play-by-Play 

Johnny Holliday, among the most experienced and 
well respected radio personalities in the Atlantic Coast 
region, begins his 15th season as the Terps' play-by- 
play announcer. 

Holliday is well known for his thorough preparation, 
attention to detail, smooth professional delivery and 
versatility. He does a masterful job of describing the 
action and relating the drama of major college basket- 
ball like few others in his profession. 

Holhday's knowledge of sports and versatility has 
allowed him to cover many of the worlds and 
Washington D.C areas biggest events. He has served 
as an ABC Radio studio host at the last six Olympic 
Games, covering both the summer and winter Olympics 
in 1984, 1988 and 1992. He also hosts a daily morning 
and afternoon show broadcast nationally by the ABC 
Information Radio Network. 

His play-by-play skills are featured on both Maryland 



JP Sports/Maryland 
Radio Network 



MARYLAND 

Aberdeen 
WAMD-AM (970) 

Annapolis 

WYRE-AM (880) 

Baltimore 
WBAL -AM (1090) 

Cumberland 

WTBO-AM (1450) 

Frederick 
WFMD-AM (930) 

Hagerstown 
WARK-AM (1490) 

La Plata 
WMOM-AM (1560) 

Lexington Park 
WPTX-AM (920) 

Ocean City 
WETT-AM (1590) 

Salisbury 

WLVW-AM (960) 

Thurmont 
WTHU-AM (1450) 

Westminster 
WTTR-AM (1470) 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Carlisle 
W100-AM (1000) 

Elizabethtown 
WPDC-AM (1600) 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Metro Washington 
WRC-AM (980) 



basketball and football broadcasts and he is also fea- 
tured on several programs televised by Jefferson-Pilot and 
Home Team Sports. Holliday is the studio host for the HTS 
program "ACC Sports Sunday" on which he deftly describes 
not only football and basketball but many of the Olympic 
sports competed in by ACC teams. In addition to his men's 
basketball duties, Holliday is a broadcast pioneer for 
women's basketball. He lists the historic 1993 triple-overtime 
ACC women's championship game between Maryland and 
Virginia on his resume. 

In 1991, Holliday became part of the Maryland athletic 
family. He serves as master of ceremonies at most Terp ban- 
quets and functions and handles several speaking and 
celebrity engagements on behalf of the University. 
Hoiliday and his wife, Mary Claire, are the parents of three 
daughters; Kellie, 33, Tracie, 30 and Mona, 14. 

Greg Manning-Color Commentary 

Greg Manning begins his seventh season as color commenta- 
tor for Terps' basketball on the Maryland Radio Network. 

Manning too, has become a recognizable voice on the 
Terps' broadcasts for his insightful analysis and strong 
knowledge of the game of basketball. Manning brings a life- 
time of experiences to each broadcast. Manning was a four- 
year letter winner for the Terps and later a seventh-round 
draft choice of the Denver Nuggets. 

Manning is also recognizable to Terp fans as the director 
of the University's M Club, the letter winner's association. 
Manning was appointed the Director of the M Club in 1991 
and has worked hard to develop the organization into one of 
the top fundraising departments m the athletic department. 
Manning has mcreased the active number of members in the 
M Club to over 3,800 during his short tenure. 

A Maryland graduate, class of 1981, Manning gained fame 
on the court for the Terps and in the classroom as a top- 
notch student-athlete. He was among the top point guards in 
the ACC from 1978-81. He led the Terps to the ACC regular 
season championship and was named to the All-ACC 
Tournament team in 1980. A four-year starter, he led the 
Terps to post-season play three times. Manning is listed 
among the Terp record books in numerous places including 
hitting 15 consecutive baskets during the 1981 season. 

Off the court, Manning was a 1981 Academic All-Amencan 
and a three-time All-ACC Academic selection. He earned an 
NCAA post-graduate scholarship upon graduation from 
Maryland. 

Manning and his wife, Cathy, have a son, Greg, Jr., 8 and 
a daughter, Courtney, 3. 



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TERP ENTHUSIASM 



Maryland's 
cheerleaders and pep 
band are among the best 
and most enthusiastic 
found anywhere in 
collegiate basketball. 
Both share one common 
characteristic - devotion 
to the Maryland athletic 
teams. During the 
basketball season, the 
cheerleaders and band 
work overtime in support 
of the men's basketball 
team. 

Maryland's 
cheerleaders placed 
seventh at the Collegiate 
Nationals sponsored by 
the National Cheerleadmg 
Association this past 
summer in Dallas, Tx. 
They perform at many 
athletic department, 
university and area 
functions spreading Terp 
spirit and athletic 
awareness. 

The pep band has 
been in existence since 
the Cole Field House 
opened and also perform 
at each home basketball 
game. Their repertoire of 
Terp spirit songs, well- 
known melodies and 
movie and show tunes 
serve to excite and 
summon the crowd to 
cheer on the home team. 

Head Coach Gary 
Williams, his staff and 
players know the hard 
work extended on their 
behalf. As a team, the 
Terps are impressed by 
the commitment of these 
students towards the 
program. 

"The work and the 
effort that goes on to 
prepare themselves each 
night and for an entire 
season is incredible," 
Williams says. "Their 
tireless effort gives us, I 
believe, the best support 
in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. We love 
playing in Cole Field 
House because of their 
efforts." 




Terp Cheerleaders (Front row, left to right): Jen Quarantillo, Robin Skutski, Angela Wakefield, Shana Cochrane, Janya 
Khararjian, Nikki Keiser, Dana Hammer, Kara Hickey, (Second Row): Barry Kagan, Napoleon Martinez, Scott Keller, Kim 
Shartle, Tracy Ricker, Tanya Serf ass, J.J. Marzullo, Pat Taylor. (Third Row) Mascot ■ Ben Clarke, Omar Rosario, James 
Simmons, Phil Goodwin, George Fowler, Rick Medved, Patrick Taylor Coached by Lura Fleece and Tina Simijoski. 




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THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



THE TRADITION 

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

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

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. 
Founded on May 8, 1953 and now in its 41st year of 
competition, the ACC has long enioyed the reputation as one 
of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate 
conferences in the nation. And that is not just mere 
conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Atlantic Coast Conference schools have captured 46 
NCAA and AIAW Championships including the last three 
NCAA Championships in men's basketball. In all, 25 
championships in men's sports and 21 in women's sports 
have been won. In addition, 72 men and 32 women have 
earned the coveted title of NCAA Champion. 

The University of Maryland brought the first National 
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. In addition to having the last three national 
champions coming from the ACC, no Division I conference 
has posted a better record than the ACC in the NCAA 
Tournament. The nine current conference members have 
posted an NCAA Tournament mark of 2 1 6- 1 1 4 for a 
tournament best winning percentage of .655. Including the 
1993 NCAA Champions, the ACC has claimed seven national 
basketball championships, while finishing second on eight 
occasions. The ACC has place at least one team in the Final 
Four in six consecutive years and m 1 1 of the last 12 
tournaments and led all conferences as it placed four teams m 
the 1991-92 "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament. It was the 
seventh time overall and fourth time in the last five years that 
four conference teams had advanced to the "Sweet 16." 

In addition, the ACC had the nation's best record against 
non-league teams during the 1992-93 season. League teams 
finished with an incredible 101-20 record against outside 
competition for an unparalleled winning percentage of .835. 

National Audiences 

Over the years, ACC teams have gained global recognition 
through NCAA Tournament and national television 
appearances. During the 1993-94 season, a minimum of 90 
games plus all eight games in the annual conference 
tournament will be televised either nationally or regionally. 
ACC teams will be seen on all three major networks, ESPN, 
ESPN2 and the Prime Network. 

Maryland will appear nationally on ESPN four times and 
ESPN2 three times in 1993-94. Overall the Terps will enjoy 15 
televised regular season games this season. 

Outstanding Academics 

The ACC stands at the forefront of intercollegiate athletics 
in terms of the academic achievement of its student-athletes. 
That accomplishment is reflected in the CFA Academic 
Achievement Award which is annually given to the member 
institution with the highest graduation rate of its football 
student-athletes. Seven times in the past 12 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. 
Among the most recent honorees was Maryland's own Matt 
Roe, who was a national academic All-America following the 
1990-91 season. Roe was among the top student-athletes in 
the ACC, earning third team All- ACC honors as a player and 
first team Academic All-America honors as a student-athlete. 



The Championships 



The conference will conduct championships in 23 sports in 
1993-94, with 12 for men and 11 for women. 

The first conference championship was held in swimming 
on Feb., 25, 1954. The league's inaugural men's basketball 
championship tournament was March 4-6, 1954. The 
tournament drew 36,00 fans over three days in the 
Greensboro Coliseum. The 1993-94 ACC Tournament will, for 
the fifth consecutive year, be held in the Charlotte Coliseum, 
who's 23,000-plus seats, will be filled to capacity for four 
consecutive days. 

The ACC sponsors 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, field hockey, soccer, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, volleyball, tennis, golf and Softball. 

The Schools 

Clemson - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate 

Athletic Association in 1894, charter member of the Southern 

Conference in 1921, charter member of the ACC in 1953- 

Duke - Joined the SC in December 1928, charter member of 

the ACC in 1953. 

Florida State - Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 

1948, joined the Metro Conference in July 1976, joined the 

ACC July 1,1991. 

Georgia Tech - Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, charter 

member of the SC in 1921, charter member of the 

Southeastern Conference in 1932, joined the ACC in July, 

1979. 

Maryland - Charter member of the SC in 1921. charter 

member of the ACC in 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 in 1921, 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 in December, 

1936, joined the ACC in December, 1953. 

Wake Forest - Joined the SC in February. 1936, charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 

ACC Office Staff 

Commissioner: Eugene F. Corngan 

Assistant Commissioners: Fred Barakat, Bradley Faircloth, 

Rick Chryst, Tom Mickle, David Thompson, Dee Todd. 
Service Bureau Staff: Brian Morrison, Emily Watkms, 

Jessica Reo. 
Conference Office Phone: (919) 854-8787. 



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Richard Shaw, Melissa Whisnant, Ivan Meltzer, Marion Jones, Jeff Gray. 





Operations and Facilities: (L to R) Gary Parker, Curt Callahan, Anne Byrdy, 
Gib Romame. 




Sports Information: (Front Row, L to R) Amy Famum, Debbie Drucker, 
Venessa Abell. (Back Row): Chuck Walsh, Heidi McGuigan, joe f. blair, Herb 
Hartnett. 




Sports Marketing: (L to R) Patty Benfield, Lee Comgan, Neal Eskin, Lisa 
Speas. 




Equipment Managers: (L to R) John Bowie, Ron Fulton, Ron Ohnnger 



Ticket Office: (L to R) Tonya Wright. Eloise Jones, Kyle Kravchuk, Jack Zane. 



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TERP DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY 





Dr. Suzanne Tyler 
Senior Associa te AD 



Jeff Gray 

Associate AD/External Affairs 



Athletic Director's Office 

Andy Geiger, Director of Athletics (301)314-7075 

Jody McCurdy, Administrative Assistant 

Joyce Taylor, AD's secretary 

Dr. Suzanne Tyler, Senior Associate Director of Athletics . 314-7076 

Renee Mahaffey, Senior Associate AD's secretary 

Academic Support Unit 314-7043 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Director of Student Services 

Elizabeth Friedman 

Don Pearman 

Lori Panko, Secretary 



314-7020 



314-7051 



Advancement 

Jeff Gray, Director 
Monique Gilliam 

Business Office 

Dwight Williams, Assistant AD for Fiscal Affairs 

Debbie Russell 

MaDonna Perry 

Brian Hendricks 

Phyllis Wallace 

Lisa Amick 



Certification 314-7081 

Luke Glasgow, Certification Coordinator 
Alan Friedlander 

Development 314-7020 

A. Keith Inman, Director 
Richie Harris 

M-Club 314-7020 

Greg Manning, Director 
Dottie Warren 

Terrapin Club 314-7020 

Ivan Meltzer, Director 
Melissa Whisnant 

Equipment 314-7331 

Ron Ohrmger 
Eric Youngstrom 
Ron Fulton 
John Bowie 



Golf Course 

Tom Hanna, Director 
Glenn McCloskey 
Ron Scales 
Ed Schmidt 

Grounds Staff 

Bunk Carter, Head Grounds Keeper 
Bill Reinohl 



Operations and Facilities 

Curt Callahan, Director 
Gary Parker 
Gib Romaine 
Anne Byrdy 



403-4299 



314-7383 



314-7126 



Sports Marketing 314-7073 

Neal Eskin, Director 
Patty Benfield 
Lisa Speas 

Lee Corngan, Maryland Radio Network 314-7032 

Scott Peyser, Group Ticket Sales 314-7035 

TicketOffice 314-7070, 1-800-462-8377 

Jack Zane, Manager 
Eloise Jones 
Tonya Wright 



Training Staff .... 

Sandy Worth 
J.J. Bush 

Kevin McLaughlin 
Phyllis Sanders 
Bill Saylor 
Jim Weir 



314-7340 



Varsity Sports 

Gothard Lane, Assistant AD for Varsity Sports 
Linda Barbour 



314-7003 



Sports Teams Offices 

Baseball, Tom Bradley 314-7122 

Basketball (men's), Gary Williams 314-7029 

Basketball (women's), Chris Weller 314-7013 

Cross Country (men's and women's), Dan Rincon 314-7457 

Field Hockey, Missy Meharg 314-3895 

Golf, Tom Hanna 403-4299 

Gymnastics, Bob Nelligan 314-7007 

Lacrosse (men's), Dick Edell 314-7114 

Lacrosse (women's), Cindy Timchal 314-7002 

Soccer (men's), Sasho Cirovski 314-4161 

Soccer (women's), April Heinrichs 314-7034 

Swimming and Diving (men's and women's), 

Jim Wenhold, Ten Mesenger 314-7030 

Tennis (men's and women's), JimLaitta 314-7131 

Track & Field (men's and women's), Bill Goodman 314-7457 

Volleyball, Janice Kruger 314-7009 

Wrestling, John McHugh 314-7134 



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Len Bias 




Louis "Bozey" Berger 

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 
basketball giants. ..considered one of the best all- 
around players of his time... led Maryland to the 
1931 Southern Conference Championship, averag- 
ing 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 life- 
time average. 



ON BIAS— Unanimous 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 led the ACC in scoring two 
straight years... his best single game scoring per- 
formance, 41 points at Duke, ranks as the second- 
best single game mark in school history and the 
top performance by a Terp in a road game.. .he is 
No. 8 on the Maryland career rebounding list with 
745 total boards. ..he also is No. 3 on the school's 
career block shot list... he was a No. 2 pick overall 
in the 1986 National Basketball Association col- 
lege draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 



Louis "Bozey" Berger 

6-2, Forward 

Ft. Meyers, VA 

Played: 1929-32 

All- American: 1931 & 1932 




Len Bias 

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



LEN BIAS'S CAREER 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- 7.0 743 23.2 

TOTALS 131 838 - 1562 - .536 470 - 591 - .795 168 87 - 84 332 - 8 745 - 5.7 2146 16.4 




TERPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



Len Elmore 

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 offen- 
sive-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 All-ACC per- 
former and the team's Most Valuable Player in 
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 sea- 
sons in the ABA and NBA with the Pacers, 
Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets and New 
York Knicks...upon leaving professional basket- 
ball, he enrolled in Harvard Law School and grad- 
uated in 1987... he is the first former professional 
player to graduate from the prestigious law 
school. 



Albert King 



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 All-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 individ- 

LEN ELMORE'S CAREER 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 4.6 

TOTALS 86 408 - 836 - .488 201 - 278 - .723 120 - - 210 - 7 1053 - 12.2 1017 11.8 

ALBERT KING'S CAREER 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'S CAREER STATISTICS 

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



ual 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 lived 
up to that billing at Maryland and went on to star 
at the NBA... picked in the first round— 12th 
selection overall— by the New Jersey Nets in the 
1981 NBA college draft.. .his older brother, 
Bernard, is a former NBA star and league scoring 
champion when he was with the Washington 
Bullets. 



John Lucas 

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 histo- 
ry.. .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 terms of national finishes. ..the Terps 
finished No. 8 (1973), No. 4 (1974) and No. 5 
(1974) in the final Associated Press polls in those 
three seasons with Lucas at the helm... was also a 
collegiate star in tennis, a sport in 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... currently the head coach of the San 
Antonio Spurs. 



1972-73 30 190- 353 - .538 45- 64 -.703 178 - 

1973-74 28 253- 495 -.511 58- 77 - .753 159 - 

1974-75 24 186- 359 -.549 97- 116 -.836 91 - 

1975-76 28 233- 456 -.511 91 -117 -.778 86 - 

TOTALS 110 862 - 1663 - .518 291 - 374 - .778 514 — 



-66-2 83-2.8 425 14.2 

-73-2 82-2.9 564 20.1 

-60-0 100-4.2 469 19.5 

- 77-2 109-3.9 557 19.9 

— 276 - 374 - 3.4 2015 18.3 





Len Elmore 

6-9, Center 

Springfield Gardens, New 

York 

Played: 1971-74 

All-American: 1974 




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




John Lucas 

6-4, Guard 

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



TERPS 



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MARYLAND TERRAPINS 




Tom McMillen 

ON McMILLEN— A team leader — both on and 
off the court... averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 
rebounds during his three-year career, while set- 
ting an example off the court by being selected all 
three years to the prestigious Academic All- 
America team.. .one of only three players to aver- 
age more than 20 pomts per game in successive 
seasons and the only player in school history with 
a career scoring average above 20 points per 
game... he owns two of the top eight single season 
scoring marks and four times in his career scored 
more than 30 pomts m 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 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 honors... played for the United 
States in the 1972 Olympic Games, where the 
USA earned the silver medal in its controversial 
game with the Soviets... played in the NBA for 11 
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. 



Tom McMillen 

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





Gene Shue 

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



Gene Shue 

ON SHUE— Was the Terp's first high-profile bas- 
ketball star.. .earned Converse and Helms 
Foundation All-America honors as a senior, when 
he averaged 21.8 pomts a game. ..owns the third 
best single game scoring total in school history, 
hitting for 40 points against Wake Forest in the 
1959 Southern Conference Tournament.. .was 
selected as the Most Valuable Player of the tour- 
nament. ..was the school record holder in career 
scoring until 1974 when fellow All- American Tom 
McMillen assumed that role... still holds the No. 10 
slot on the team's career list... enjoyed a success- 
ful career as a head coach in the NBA with 
Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers and Los 
Angeles Clippers... He now is the general manag- 
er of the 76ers. 



TOM MCMILLAN'S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR GP FGM-FGA-.PCT 

1971-72 32 235 -428 -.549 

1972-73 29 250 -427 -.585 

1973-74 27 214-404-530 

TOTALS 88 699 - 1259 -.555 



FTM-FTA-PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ RBS-AVG PTS AVG 

197-241 -.817 33 — — 67- 3 306- 9.6 667 20.8 

116 -145 -.800 28 - - 76-3 284- 9.8 616 21.2 

96 - 126 - .762 41 - - 69 - 1 269 - 10.0 524 19.4 

409 - 512 - .799 102 - - 212-7 859 - 9.8 1807 20.5 



GENE SHUE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA-.PCT FTM-FTA-PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ 

1951-52 21--- ________ 

1952-53 23 176- 375 - .469 156-223-700 — — — — - 

1953-54 30 237 - 469 - .506 180 - 228- .789 - - - - - 

TOTALS 74--- ________ 



RBS-AVG PTS 

- - 224 

- - 508 

- - 654 

- - 1386 



AVG 

10.6 
22.1 
21.8 
18.7 



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TEPPS 



MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



Charles "Buck" Williams 

ON WILLIAMS— An outstanding scorer and 
extraordinary rebounder, Williams earned All- 
America honors after his 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 recent Terp star Derrick Lewis. ..his 
career average of 10.9 rebounds per game is the 
second best average in school history. ..he was an 
equally adept shooter, averagmg in double fig- 
ures 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... led the ACC in rebounding as a 
freshman in 1978-79, was third in 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 hard- 
ship placement in the NBA college draft and was 
selected as the No. 3 player overall by the New 
Jersey Nets... currently a member of the Portland 
Trailblazers. 

Walt Williams 

ON WILLIAMS— One of the most prolific scorers 
and most versatile players in the history of the 
Maryland program... he holds a special place in 
the annals of Maryland basketball, as he played 
for Maryland for four seasons, despite the oppor- 
tunity to turn professional early or transfer to 
another school because of the Terps' NCAA sanc- 



tions. ...as a senior, he set the school record for 
pomts m a season with 776 and the school mark 
for scoring average with 26.8 points a 
game... scored a national-best seven-game streak 
of 30-or more point games... he ended his season 
with a 19-game, 20-point scoring streak— also the 
nation's longest.. .as a senior, he led the team in 
scoring in 26 of 29 games... he was a first team 
Ail-American by Scripps-Howard News Service, 
Los Angeles Athletic Club (Wooden All- America 
Team) and Basketball Times, and a second team 
selection of the Associated Press. ..he was a final- 
ist for both the Wooden and Naismith Player of 
the Year Awards. ..he finished his career as the 
No. 6 all-time scorer in school history with 1,704 
points... he finished his career as the school's all- 
time leader in steals with 175, No. 4 on the all- 
time assists list with 410, and No. 7 on the all- 
time blocks list with 81. ..in addition to his seven- 
game, 30-point streak, Williams totaled 11 games 
with 30 or more points as a senior and finished 
his career with 14 such games— the most of any 
Terp player in history... his career high of 39 
pomts against Wake Forest is the fourth-best sin- 
gle game total in school history... prior to his 
senior season, he was selected to represent the 
United States as a member of the USA National 
Team that competed in the Pan American 
Games. ..he averaged 10.9 points a game— third 
best overall— and led the team in steals with 17, 
as the Americans won the bronze medal in 
Havana, Cuba... Williams was drafted by the 
Sacramento Kings in the first round of the 1992 
NBA Draft, the seventh pick overall. 




Charles "Buck" Williams 
6-8, Center/Forward 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 
Played: 1978-81 
All-Amencan: 1981 




Walt Williams 
6-8. Guard 

Temple Hills, Maryland 
Played: 1988-92 
All-Amencan: 1992 




BUCK WILLIAMS'S CAREER STATISTICS 

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



1982-83 30 

1978-79 30 

1979-80 24 

1980-81 31 



86- 180 -.478 
120- 206 -.583 
143 - 236 - .606 
183 - 283 - .647 



42- 66 -.636 22 16-10 

60- 109 -.550- 18 25.-29 

85- 128 -.664 27 17-32 

116- 182 -.637 31 29-29 



TOTALS 85 446 - 725 - .615 216 - 419 • .623 76 86 - 75 



WALT WILLIAMS'S CAREER STATISTICS 



55- 1 125- 4.2 217 7.2 

77- 2 323-10.8 300 10.0 

87- 4 242- 10.1 371 15.5 

94- 4 363- 11.7 482 15.5 

258 - 10 928 - 10.9 1153 13.6 



FTM-FTA-PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ RBS-AVG PTS AVG 
175-231 -.758 104 28 60 98-6 162- 5.6 776 26.8 
25 51- 2 86- 5.1 318 18.7 
57 115-7 138- 4.2 420 12.7 
33 76- 7 92 - 3. 5 190 7.3 
Totals 105 583 - 1251 - .466 384 - 504 - .762 410 81 175 - 340-22 478 - 4.6 170 4 16.2 



YEAR GP FGM-FGA-.PCT 

1991-92 29 256- 542 - .472 
109- 243 -.449 
143- 296 -.483 
75 - 170 - .441 



1990-91 17 
1989-90 33 
1988-89 26 



72 -86 -.837 91 6 

104 -134 -.776 149 34 

33- 53 -.623 66 13 



TERPS 



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MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



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ACC AWARD-WINNING TERPS 



All-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 

Charles McNeil (2nd Team) 

1959-60 

AlBunge (1st Team) 

1960-61 

Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 

1962-63 

Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 

1964-65 

Jay McMillen (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 McMillen (1st Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen (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 Williams (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 (1st 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) 

1991-92 

Walt Williams (1st Team) 




Greg Manning was an A11ACC performer on the court and an All- ACC Academic student in 
the classroom. 



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 Dnesell 
1979-80 
Lefty Dnesell 

ACC Player of the Week 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen 

Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 

John Lucas 

Len Elmore 

1974-75 

Tom Roy (2 Times) 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1975-76 

Steve Sheppard 

Maurice Howard 

John Lucas 

1977-78 

Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 

Ernest Graham 

Albert King 

Greg Manning 

1979-80 

Albert King (2 Times) 

Greg Manning 

1980-81 

Albert King (2 Times) 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch 

Herman Veal 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2 Times) 

Jeff Adkms 

Adrian Branch 

1984-85 

Len Bias 

Adrian Branch 

1985-86 

Len Bias (2 Times) 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

John Johnson 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1991-92 

Walt Williams 



ACC Rookie of the Week 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2 Times) 

Darrell Brown 

Howard White 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (4 Times) 

Len Elmore 

1972-73 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1974-75 

Brad Davis (3 Times) 

Steve Sheppard 

1975-76 

Larry Gibson 

Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 

Bill Bryant (2 Times) 

Mike Davis 

Jo Jo Hunter 

1977-78 

Greg Manning (2 Times) 

Albert King 

1978-79 

Buck Williams (3 Times) 

1981-82 

Adrian Branch (3 Times) 

1982-83 

Ben Coleman (2 Times) 

1983-84 

Keith Gatlin 

1984-85 

Derrick Lewis (3 Times) 

1985-86 

John Johnson 

1986-87 

Teyon McCoy (2 Times) 

Steve Hood 

1987-88 

Brian Williams (2 Times) 

1988-89 

Jerrod Mustaf (3 Times) 

1990-91 

Garfield Smith 

1992-93 

Exree Hipp (2 Times) 

Johnny Rhodes (2 Times) 

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 Dnesell 
1984-85 

Charles Dnesell 
1990-91 
Matt Roe 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



ACC AWARD-WINNING TERPS 



M-ACC Tournament 

1954 

Gene Shue (1st Team) 

1956 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1957 

John Nacincik (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) 

1992 

Walt Williams (2nd Team) 




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




All-Southern Conference 

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

Berme Buscher 
Vic Willis 
1937-38 

George Knepley 
1938-39 

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

All-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 M-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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AWARD-WINNING TERPS 


Academic 


Most Valuable Player 


1976-77- 


All-America 


1969-70 


Lawrence Boston 


1971-72 


Rod Horst 


1977-78 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


1970-71 


Greg Manning 

\ r\nn to 


1972-73 


Barry Yates 
1971-72 


1978-79 
Ernest Graham 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


Len Elmore 


1979-80 


1973-74 


Tom McMillen 


Taylor Baldwin 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


1972-73 


1980-81 


1980-81 


Len Elmore 


Steve Rivers 


Greg Manning (2nd Team) 


1973-74 


1981-82 


1990-91 


Tom McMillen 


Charles Pittman 


Matt Roe (1st Team) 


1974-75 


1982-83 




John Lucas 


Len Bias 


Phi Beta Kappa 


1975-76 
Maurice Howard 


1983-84 
Terry Long 


1978-79 


1976-77 


1984-85 


Eric Shrader 


Larry Gibson 
1977-78 


Jeff Baxter 
Tom Jones 


NCAA Post-Graduate 
Scholarship 


Larry Gibson 
1978-79 


1985-86 
Jeff Baxter 
1986-87 
Dave Dickerson 


1970 


Larry Gibson 
1979-80 
Albert King 
1980-81 


TomMilroytalt.) 
1974 


1987-88 

Tony Massenburg 


Tom McMillen 
1981 


1 JUL 1 V 1 

Albert King 
Buck Williams 


1988-89 
Cedric Lewis 


Greg Manning 


1981-82 


1989-90 


1991 


Adrian Branch 


Jesse Martin 


Matt Roe 


1982-83 


1990-91 




Adrian Branch 


Kevin McLinton 
1991-92 


Scholar Athlete Award 


Ben Coleman 


Evers Burns 


1989-90 


1983-84 


1992-93 


Matt Roe 


Ben Coleman 
1984-85 


Chris Kerwm 


1990-91 
Matt Roe 


Len Bias 


Alvin Aubinoe Greatest 


1985-86 


Career Contribution 


1991-92 


Len Bias 


1QRQ.7n 


Vmce Broadnax 


1986-87 


i JUJ 1 \J 

WiUHetzel 




Derrick Lewis 


1970-71 




1987-88 


Jay Flowers 




Derrick Lewis 


1971-72 




1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 


Charlie Blank 




1972-73 




1989-90 


Jim O'Brien 


W$m 


Tony Massenburg 


1973-74 


1990-91 


Tom McMillen 


Cedric Lewis 


1974-75 




Matt Roe 


Bill Hahn 




1991-92 


1975-76 




Walt Williams 


John Lucas 




1992-93 


1976-77 


^^m ' 'm\\^L ' ^^1 


Kevin McLinton 


John Pavlos, Mgr. 


^■^^^ifluj^l 


Most Improved Player 


1977-78 

Lawrence Boston 


B 1 


1969-70 


1978-79 




Sparky Still 


Larry Gibson 




1970-71 


1979-80 




Jim O'Brien 


John Bilney 




1971-72 


1980-81 




Darrell Brown 


Albert King 




1972-73 
John Lucas 

1 f^T^ ^7 A 


1981-82 


Tom McMillen: One of five 


Dutch Morley 


Academic All-Americans at 


1973-74 


1982-83 


Maryland, he earned the 
honor three times. 


Owen Brown 
1974-75 


Adrian Branch 
1983-84 




Maurice Howard 


Jeff Adkins 




1975-76 


1984-85 




Brad Davis 


Chuck Dnesell 



1985-86 

Len Bias 

1986-87 

not awarded 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

Dave Dickerson 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 

Walt Williams 

1992-93 

Evers Burns 



Newcomer of 
the Year 

1987-88 
Brian Williams 
1988-89 
Jerrod Mustaf 
1989-90 
Evers Burns 
1990-91 
Garfield Smith 
1991-92 
John Walsh 
1992-93 
Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 




Kevin McLinton: He was the Terps' Most Valuable Player in 
1992-93. 




Danell Brown: He was voted the Most Improved Player 
during the 1971-72 season. 



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HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



Coaches' Award 

1989-90 
Jerrod Mustaf 
1990-91 
Cednc Lewis 
1991-92 
Garfield Smith 
1992-93 
Kurtis Shultz 

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 

Demck Lewis 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

Buck Williams 
Rebounding Award 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 

Evers Bums 

1992-93 

Evers Bums 



Bud Millikan Defensive 
Player of the Year 

1990-91 

Vince Broadnax 
Cednc Lewis 
1991-92 

Vince Broadnax 
1992-93 
Kevin McLinton 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 

Vince Broadnax 
1990-91 

Vmce Broadnax 
1991-92 
Chris Kerwin 
1992-93 
Mike Thibeault 

Outstanding Free 
Throw Shooter 

1989-90 
Walt Williams 
1990-91 
Walt Williams 
1991-92 

Kevin McLinton 
1992-93 
Kevin McLinton 




Vince Broadnax: He earned the Defensive Player of the Year and the Hustle award, each 
twice. 





Tony Massenburg: Led Maryland in rebounding twice 
during his career. 



Tom Roy: Maryland's leading rebounder during the 1974-75 
season. 



Most Assists Award 

1989-90 
Walt Williams 
1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 
1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 
1992-93 
Kevin McLinton 

Senior Award 

1990-91 
Cednc Lewis 
1991-92 
Matt Downing 
1992-93 
Chris Kerwin 



Chevrolet Scholarship 
Game MVP Awards 

1982-83 

Adnan Branch vs. Houston 

Ben Coleman vs. Notre Dame 

1983-84 

Jeff Adkrns vs. Boston College 

Herman Veal vs. Notre Dame 

Keith Gatlin vs. North Carolina 

Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 

1988-89 

Jesse Martin vs. Duke 



HISTORY MAXTNGTERPS 



LETTERWINNERS 



Acito, Joseph, 1944 
Adams, Donald, 1926-27-28 
Adkms, Jeff, 1982-83-84-85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Allen, Benjamin, 1936-37 
Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike, 1990 
Andorka, William, 1935 
Armsworthy, Frank, 1949-50 
Auslander, Brian, 1969, 1971 
Avery, John, 1966-67-68 

"B" 

Baitz, Edward, 1942-43 
Baker, Harmon, 1925 
Balachow, David, 1945 
Baldwin, Taylor, 1979-80-81-82 
Barton, Joseph, 1962 
Baumann, Joseph, 1946 
Baxter, Jeff, 1983-84-85-86 
Beamer, Francis, 1938-39 
Beatty, William, 1924-25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald, 1958-59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S., 191819 
Bias, Leonard, 1983-84-85-86 
Bilney. John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blank, Charles, 1970-71-72 
Blumberg, Norman, 1960-61 
Bodell, Bob, 1971-72-73 
Body, Robert, 1971-72-73 
Boland, Samuel, N/A 
Bosley, Robert, 1945 
Boston, Lawrence, 1976-77-78 
Bowie, William, 1936-37 
Boyd, Arthur, 1925-26-27 
Boyle, John, 1975-76 
Branch, Adrian, 1982-83-84-85 
Brawley, C. Lee, 1949-50-61-52 
Brayton, Neil, 1964-65-66 



Brenner, John, 1942 
Bristol, Wayne, 1992-93 
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, William, 1936-37 
Bryant, William, 1977-78 
Buckley, John, 1945 
Bunge, Al, 1958-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph, 1924-25 
Burns, Evers, 1990-91-92-93 
Burton, Tim 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Butler, Jay, 1953 

"C" 

Campbell, William, 1945 
Cardwell, Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Philip, 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 
Chromster, Jon, 1992 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth, 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connelly, Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Cramster, John, 1991 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 




Mike Anderson earned a varsity basketball letter in 1990 
and four in football, 1985, '86, '87, '89. 



Daly, Edward, 1935 
Danko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Davis, Brad, 1975-76-77 
Davis, Michael, 1977-78 
Davis, Nick, 1956-57-58 
Davis, Todd, 1990-91-92 
Day, S.E., 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, 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 
Downing, Matt, 1991-92 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Dnesell, Charles, 1982-83-84-85 
Dudley, Aaron, 1991-92 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
DuVall, 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 
Eskin,Neal 1981-82-83-84 
Etienne, Max, 1989-90 
Evans, Warren, 1933 
Evans, William, 1928-29-30 
Everett, Robert, 1953-54-55 

ttptt 

Faber, John, 1924-25-26-27 
Farmer, Edward, 1983 
Farrell, Shawn, 1978 
Fellows, Frank, 1951, 1953 
Fennel, E.O., 1944 
Ferguson, Scott, 1962-63-64 
Fetters, Robert, 1941-42 
Fern, Gustav, 1957 
Finmff, 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, 1955 



Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gatlm, 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, 1978-79-80-81 
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, 1960 
Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 
Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 
Hart, Robert, 1978-79 
Hathaway, Jeff, 1978-79 
Headley, Coleman, 1938 
Heagy, Al, 1928-29-30 
Heatley, Jack, 1945 
Heil, George, 1940 
Heise, John, 1946-47 
Henderson, David, 1977, 1979-80 
Hess, Harry, 1930-31 
Hetzel, Fred, 1928-29-30 
Hetzel, Will, 1968-69-70 
Hilden, Charles, 1944 
Hipp.Exree, 1993 
Hisle, John, 1932 
Hoffecker, Thomas, 1945 
Holbert, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 
Hood, Steve, 1987-88 
Horn, Hechert, 1942 
Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 
Horton, Frank. 1992 
Housley, Samuel, N/A 
Howard, Maurice, 1973-74-75-76 
Hughes, Harry, 1946 
Huntemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-78 

ttjti 

Jackson, William, 1951 
Jackson, Reggie, 1979-80-81-82 
Jaeck, Paul, 1945 
James, Robet, 1942-43 
Jarmoska, George, 1941 
Jelus, Paul, 1960-61-62 
Johnson, Edward, 1937-38-39 
Johnson, James, 1951-52 
Johnson, John, 1986-87-88-89 
Johnson, Julius, 1967-68-69 
Jones, Thomas, 1985-86 
Jones, William, 1966-67-68 



Kaluzienski, Matt, 1989-90 
Kann, R.S., 1918 
Kaplan, Zev, 1955 
Karver, Mark, 1987-88 
Kassel, Steve, 1979-80-81 
Kasoff, Mitch, 1987-88-89-90 
Kebeck, Steve, 1970-71 
Keene, Robert, 1946 
Keller, Charles, 1935-36-37 
Kelleher, Bruce, 1960-61-62 
Kerwin, Chris, 1992-93 
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 
Krukar, Pete, 1958-59-60 



ti 



L" 



Ladd, Robert, 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Lann, Alvin, 1948, 1950 
Leuci, Victor, 1954 
Levin, Julius, 1933 
Levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levine, Frank, 1933 




Charles Blank earned three 
varsity letters and was a 
member of Maryland's 1972 
NIT Championship team. 





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Joe Harrington earned three 
varsity letters, was co- 
captain of the 1966-67 team 
and a Terp assistant coach. 



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Lewis, Cednc, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Denick, 1985-86-87-88 
Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fied, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John. 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas. Mario, 1993 
Luney. William, N/A 

"M" 

MacDonald. Jan, 1968 
Mack, Charles, 1949-50 
Madigan. George.- 1928-29-30 
Magid, Brian. 1976-77 
Mania, George, 1961-52-53 
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 
McGinnis, Wayne, 1957 
McHale, Richard. 1971 
McLinton, Kevin, 1990-91-92-93 
McMiUen, James, 1965-66-67 
McMillen, Thomas. 1972-73-74 
McNeil, Charles, 1958-59 
McWffliams, Samuel. 1963-64 
Mercer, Alvin, 1973-74 
Merna, James, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Thomas, 1966 
Milroy. 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, 1951-52-53 
Morgan, J.A., 1918 
Morin, Matt. 1990-91-92 
Morley, Greg, 1979-80-81-82 
Moms, Alan, 1972-73 
Moms, John, 1932 
Moms. William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 
Muhtz, Milton, 1937-38, 1940 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-59 
Murray, Robert, 1948, 1950 
Mustaf, Jerrod, 1989-90 



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



O'Brien, James, 1971-72-73 
O'Brien, Robert, 1955-56-57 
Ochsenreiter, Eugene, 1939-40-41 



*'P" 

Palmer. Bryan, 1983, 1985 
Parker, Alvin, 1924 
Patton, Chris. 1975-76 
Pavlos, John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Malvin, 1944, 1947 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
Petrovic, Nemanja, 1993 
Pmocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittman, Charles, 1981-82 
Pitzer, John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1946 
Porac, Richard, 1972-73-74 
Pnns, Curtis, 1957 



Radice, Julius, 1928-29-30 
Raedy, Michael, 1919 
Ramge, Alan, 1992 
Rea, William, 1938-39-40 
Reyes, Andre, 1987 
Rhodes. Johnny, 1993 
Rivers, Steve, 1981-82-83 
Robinson, Jonathan, 1980-81 
Roe, Matt. 1991 
Ronton, Edward, 1930-31-32 
Rooney. Patrick, 1930 
Roy. Thomas, 1973-74-75 

"S" 

Sandbower. John, 1954-55-56 
Sanders, Harvey, 1970 
Schaufler, Charles. 1955-56 
Scheele. Thomas, 1935 
Schmidt, Francis, 1933 
Schroeder, 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 
Shultz, Kurtis. 1992-93 
Shumate, John, 1947 
Siegrist, Ronald, 1948-49 
Simpkms, Duane, 1993 
Sunms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood, Lawrence. 1928-29 
Smith. Bernard, 1948-49-50 
Smith, Garfield, 1991-92 
Snyder, Robert, 1933-34 
Sothoron, Norwood, 1934-35 
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, 1951 
Suder, George, 1964 
Suit, Jack. 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee. William. 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Darnel, 1963 




James Johnson earned two letters in 1951 
and 1952, two years that the Terps competed 
in the Southern Conference. 



Steve Sheppard played on the 1975 regular 
season ACC Championship Terps and 
earned three letters, 1975, '76 and 77. 




Ted Marshall won three letters playing for the Terps in 1960, '61 and '62. 



umii 

Taylor, Richard, 1949 
Thibeault, Mike. 1991-92-93 
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 
TuH, J.J., 1914 
Turyn, Victor, 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 1944 

"U" 

Ulman, Bernard. 1941 

Vannais. Leon, 1940 
Veal, Herman, 1981-82-83-84 
Vincent, J.M.. 1914 
Vincent, Rufus, 1932-33-34 



"W" 

Wainwiight, Troy. 1988-89-90 
Walker, George, 1933 
Walker, Rodney, 1988 
WaUer, Edward, 1947 
Walsh, John. 1992-93 
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 
Williams, Charles, 1979-80-81 
Wuuams. Gary, 1965-66-67 



Williams, Wait, 1989-90-91-92 
Wilson, Robert, 1931-32 
Wilson, Robert, 1960-61 
WUson.Len, 1913 
Winnemore, Augustine, 1929 
Wise, Richmond, 1964-65-66 
Woodward, Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington. Charles, 1969 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 

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 



TERP BASKETBALL TRADITIONS 



73 



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, 
Salisbury, Md. 

Jeff Baxter (1986) 

Manager, Federal Express 
Corp., Ft. Washington, Md. 

Jerry Bechtle (1960) 

Deputy Director, 
United States 
Secret Service 

John Bilney (1980) 

Regional Manager, Woods 
Wire Products, Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Al Bleich (1961) 
Cardiologist, Atlanta, Ga. 

Bob Bodell (1973) 
Mortgage Banker, Franklin 
Mortage Capital Corp., 
McLean, Va. 

John Boyle (1976) 
Investment Banker, Ferris, 
Baker, Watts, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Adrian Branch (1985) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Australia 




Evers Bums: A second 
round NBA draft pick in 
1993 and a member of the 
Sacramento Kings. 



Neil Brayton (1966) 
Dentist, 
Chestertown, Md. 

Lee Brawley (1952) 
Vice President for Sales, 
Sunbeam Bread, Beatrice 
Food, Co., Orangeburg, SC 

VinceBroadnax(1992) 

Account Representative, 
Federal Deposit Insurance 
Corporation, 
Washington, DC 

Darrell Brown (1973) 
Corrections Officer, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Conrad Carpenter (1963) 
Government Contractor, 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Ben Coleman (1984) 
Former Professional 
Basketball Player, 
Milwaukee Bucks 

Tom Connelly (1953) 

Airline Pilot, 
United Airlines 

Gene Danko (1959) 
Physician, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Brad Davis (1977) 

Assistant General 
Manager, 
Dallas Mavericks 

Dave Dickerson (1989) 
Assistant Coach, 
Radford University 

Richard Drescher (1968) 
Outdoor Guide, Real 
Estate Investor, 
Cambridge, Md. 

Chuck Driesell (1985) 
Assistant Coach. James 
Madison University 

John Edwards (1949) 

Retired Vice President, 
Chessie System, 
Richmond, Va. 




Jack Flynn: A three-time 
letterwinner for the 
Maryland basketball team 
and the former director of 
the M Club, the athletic 
department letterman's 
association. 



Leonard Elmore (1974) 
Attorney, 
Washington, D.C. 

Neal Eskin (Mgr., 1984) 
Director, Marketing, 
University of Maryland 

Warren 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, University of 
Maryland/former Head 
Basketball Coach. 
University of Maryland 

Scott Ferguson (1964) 
Chairman of the Board & 
CEO, Lenders. Corp., 
La Jolla, Calif. 



Jack Flynn (1946) 
Former Director, Air 
Transport Policy, United 
States Department of 
Transportation/Former 
Director, M-Club. 
University of Maryland 

John Gilmore (1941) 
Attorney, 
Bethesda, Md. 

Gerald Greenspan (1963) 

Real Estate Developer, 
New Brunswick. N.J. 

Billy Hahn (1975) 
Assistant Basketball 
Coach, University of 
Maryland 

Robert Hardiman (1957) 
Director, Regulatory 
Relations, C&P Telephone 
Co., Richmond, Va. 

Joe Harrington (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, 
Silver Spring, Md. 

David Henderson (1980) 
Engineer, Greenhome & 
O'Mara, Inc., Greenbelt, 

Md. 

FredHetzel, Sr„ (1930) 
Director, Employment 
Service, United States 
Department of Labor 




Joe Harrington: A three- 
time letter winner and 
former Terp assistant 
coach, he is now the head 
men's basketball coach at 
the University of Colorado. 



J. Wayne Hisle (1932) 
Retired Executive Vice 
President, Rockefeller 
Center. Inc. 

Mo Howard (1976) 
High School Basketball 
Coach, Philadelphia, Pa. 

EdHurson(1946) 
Vice President, General 
Electric, Co. 

Paul Jaeck (1950) 

Financial Analyst, Federal 
Home Loan Bank & 
Building 

Reggie Jackson (1982) 
Account Representative, 
St. Anthony's Publishing, 
Co., Alexandria, Va. 




Tom Roy: A member of Maryland's regular season ACC 
Champion in 1975 and now a computer salesman in 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



PaulJelus (1962) 
Dentist/Orthodonist, 
Molland, Pa. 

Edwin Johnson (1939) 

Farm Owner 

John Johnson (1989) 

Salesman, Coca-Cola, Inc. 
Alexandria, VA 

Billy Jones (1968) 

Vice President, Martin 
Marietta Corp., 
Orlando, Fla. 

Zev Kaplan (1981) 

Attorney, Las Vegas, Nev. 

Mitch Kasoff (1990) 

Insurance Saleman. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Bob Keene (1949) 

Vice President for 
Marketing, Control Data, 
Corp. 

Charlie Keller (1937) 

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




Greg "Dutch" Motley: He 
played on three of 
Maryland's strongest teams 
and now works for B. Frank 
Joy Construction in 
Bladensburg, Md. 

Harold Keller (1945) 

Former Farm System 
Director, Minnesota Twins 
& Seattle Mariners 

Bob Kessler (1956) 

Airline Pilot, USAir 

Albert King (1981) 

Professional Basketball 
Player 

Jim Kinsman (1944) 

Director, State of Florida 
YMCA, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Bob Lewis (1965) 

Lawyer, Shearman & 
Sterling, San Francisco, 
Calif. 




Bob O'Brien: A three time 
varsity letterwinner at 
Maryland and now a coach 
in the Prince George's (MD) 
school system. 



Cedric Lewis (1991) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, France 

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) 

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

Tony Massenburg (1990) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Spam 

Jay McMillen (1967) 

Physician, 
St. Joseph, Mo. 

Al Mercer (1974) 

Director of 

Communications, George 
Washington Medical 
Center, Washington, DC. 

Jim Mema (Mgr„ 1957) 

Press Secretary, Federal 
Energy Commission 

Tom Mont (1947) 

Retired Director of 
Athletics, DePauw 
University 

Perry Moore (1958) 

Retired Director of 
Athletics, Cal-State Long 
Beach 



Greg "Dutch" Morley (1982) 

B. Frank Joy Contraction, 
Bladensburg, Md. 

Bob Murray (1956) 

Deputy Director, Safety 
Mgt, United States 
Department of the Army 

JerrodMustaf(1990) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Phoenix Suns 

Bob Nardone (1960) 

Publishing Executive, 
Chatham, NJ 

Greg Nared (1989) 

Sales Representative, Nike 
Corp., Lanham, Md. 

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) 

Director, Riggs National 
Bank, Washington, D.C. 

Rich Porac (1974) 

Dentist, Frederick, Md. 

Tom Roy (1975) 

Computer Salesman, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

John Sandbower (1956) 

Lawyer, 
Baltimore, Md. 




Terry Truax: A teammate of 
Gary Williams' in the late 
1960s and now the head 
men 's basketball coach at 
Towson State University. 



Drew Schaufler (1957) 

Vice President for 
Investment Banking, 
Wheat First Securities 

Don Schuerholz (1947) 

Retired Civil Engineer, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Eric Sharder (1979) 

Medical Doctor, University 
of Virginia Medical School 

Gene Shue (1954) 

General Manager, 
Philadelphia 76ers, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Gary Ward: Played three 
varsity basketball seasons 
in College Park and is now a 
lawyer in Upper Marlboro, 
Md. 

John Shumate (1947) 

Travel Executive, 
Memphis, Term. 

Ron Siegrist (1950) 

Vice President, Electronics 
Co., Lutherville, Md. 

Bob Thurston (1956) 

Manager, Retirement 
Planning, Litton Industries 

Jap Trimble (1974) 

Sales and Marketing 
Executive, WMAR-TV, 
Baltimore. Md. 

Terry Truax (1968) 

Head Basketball Coach, 
Towson State University 



Vic Turyn (1947) 

Retired FBI Agent & 
Specialist 
Elhcott City, Md. 
Gary Ward (1966) 
Attorney, 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 

George Weber (1933) 

Retired Director, Physical 
Plant and Supervisor of 
Engineering, University of 
Maryland 

Howard White (1973) 

Retail Representative, 
Nike Inc., Lanham, Md. 

Mickey Wiles (1970) 

Senior Vice 
President/Director of 
Marketing, Admiral Corp., 
Palm Coast, Fla. 

Buck Williams (1981) 

Professional Basketball 
Player, Portland 
Trailblazers 

Gary Williams (1967) 

Head Basketball Coach, 
University of Maryland 

Gus Winnemore (1929) 

Retired Teacher, DC. 
Public Schools 

Spence Wright (1949) 

Chairman and CEO, First 
Federal Bank of 
Chattanooga, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Tom Young (1958) 

Former Head Basketball 
Coach, Old Dominion 
University 




Walt Williams: The seventh 
overall selection in the 1992 
NBA draft, he is now a 
starter for the Sacramento 
Kings. 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



75 



TERP OLYMPIANS 



Representing one's country as an Olympian 
may be the highest honor an athlete can 
achieve. The men's basketball program at the 
University of Maryland has been fortunate to 
have had three such exemplary players during 
the illustrious history of the program. 




Tom McMillen 




Steve Sheppard Buck Williams 





Buck Williams (standing, 
fourth from right) was a 
member of one of the 
strongest U.S. teams ever 
assembled. The team did 
not compete in Moscow 
because of the U.S. boycott 
of the Olympic Games. 



1980 



1972 U.S. Olympic Team 
Silver Medalist 

Maryland's No. 5 career 
scorer and cornerstone of the 
highly successful Terp teams 
from 1972-74, McMillen 
represented the United 
States in 1972, when Head 
Coach Henry Iba's team 
earned a silver medal. 
McMillen was an Oxford 
Scholar who spent 10 
seasons in the NBA. 
McMillen later served the 
United States as he was 
elected Congressman of 
Maryland's 4th District in 
1986. 



1976 U.S. Olympic Team 
Gold Medalist 

One of Maryland's 
toughest ever players, Steve 
Sheppard played on three 
nationally ranked teams 
during the mid 1970s. 
Sheppard played for North 
Carolina coach Dean Smith's 
gold medal winning 1976 
Olympic Squad. Sheppard 
helped the United States to 
an undefeated record in 
Olympic Competition in the 
Montreal Games, and later 
played for the Chicago Bulls 
of the NBA. 



1980 U.S. Olympic Team 

Maryland's No. 3 career 
rebounder, Williams was a 
member of the 1980 Olympic 
Team. That team, along with 
all other U.S. Olympic 
Teams, did not participate in 
the 1980 Olympics in 
Moscow. It won four of six 
games agamst various NBA 
All-Star teams and defeated 
the 1976 gold medal winning 
U.S. Team. Williams 
currently plays for the 
Portland Trailblazers of the 
NBA. 



Tom McMillen (standing, 
No. 13) averaged 14 points 
for the silver medal winning 
1972 U.S. Olympic Team. 
The team was coached by 
Hank fba (standing, far 
right). 




HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



TERPS IN THE PROS 



Maryland's NBA Draft History 

By Year (round/team) 

1954 Gene Shue (1st round, #3 overall/Philadelphia) 

1955 Bob Kessler (2nd/Fort Wayne) 

1958 John Nacincik (3rd/Syracuse) 
Nick Davis (9th/Philadelphia) 

1960 Al Bunge (1st, #7 overall/Philadelphia) 
Charlie McNeil (6th/New York) 

Jerry Bechtle (16th/New York) 

1961 Bob McDonald (6th/St. Louis) 
Charlie McNeil (7th/Philadelphia) 

1963 Jerry Greenspan (3rd/Syracuse) 

1966 Gary Ward (6th/Boston) 

1967 Jay McMillen (9th/L.A. Lakers) 
Joe Harrington (llth/Boston) 

1970 Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore) 

1971 Barry Yates (8th/Philadelphia) 

1973 Jim O'Brien (3rd/Portland) 
BobBodell(10th/Seattle) 
Howard White (14th/Washmgton) 

1974 Tom McMillen (1st, #9 overall/Buffalo) 
Len Elmore (1st, #13 overall/Washington) 

1975 Tom Roy (3rd/Portland) 
Owen Brown (9th/Phoenix) 

1976 John Lucas (1st, #1 overall/Houston) 
Mo Howard (2nd/Cleveland) 

1977 Brad Davis (1st, #15 overall/L.A. Lakers) 

1978 Larry Boston (4th/Washington) 

1979 Larry Gibson (3rd/Milwaukee) 

1981 Buck Williams (1st, #3 overall/N.J.) 
Albert King (1st, #10 overall/N.J.) 
Ernest Graham (3rd/Philadelphia) 
Greg Manning (7th/Denver) 

1982 Charles Pittman (3rd/Phoenix) 

1984 Ben Coleman (2nd/Chicago) 
Herman Veal (6th/Phoenix) 
Mark Fothergill (8th/Phoenix) 

1985 Adrian Branch (2nd/Chicago) 
Jeff Adkms (7th/Chicago) 

1986 Len Bias (1st, #2 overall/Boston) 

1988 Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago) 

1990 Jerrod Mustaf (1st, #17 overall/N.Y.) 
Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio) 

1992 Walt Williams (1st, #7 overall, Sacramento) 

1993 Evers Bums (2nd, #31 overall, Sacramento) 



By Round' 




First Round Picks 


11 


Second Round 


6 


Third Round 


8 


Fourth Round 


1 


Sixth Round 


4 


Seventh Round 


3 


Eighth Round 


2 


Ninth Round 


4 


Tenth Round 


1 


Eleventh Round 


1 


Fourteenth Round 


1 


Sixteenth Round 


1 


*Note: In 1989 the NBA 




began limiting its draft to 


two rounds 






Terp All American Walt Williams enjoyed a superb rookie 
season playing for the Sacramento Kings during the 1992- 
93 season. 

Terps All-Time NBA Roster 

(career points-rebounds-assists entering 1992-93 season in parenthesis) 



Lawrence Boston 

Washington Bullets, 
1980(56-39-2) 

Adrian Branch 

LA. Lakers, 1987; New 
Jersey Nets, 1988; 
Portland Trailblazers, 
1989; Minnesota 
Timberwolves, 1990 
(834-253-96) 

Evers Burns 

Sacramento Kings, 
Rookie 

Ben Coleman 

New Jersey Nets, 1987- 
88; Philadelphia 76ers, 
1988-89; Milwaukee 
Bucks, 1991 (1,466- 
902-128) 

Brad Davis 

LA. Lakers, 1978-79; 
Indiana Pacers, 1979-80; 
Utah Jazz, 1980; Dallas 
Mavericks, 1981-92 
(7,866-1,738-4,709) 

Mike Davis 

New York Knicks, 1983 
(14-10-0) 

Len Elmore 

Indiana Pacers, 1975-79; 
Kansas City Kings, 1980; 
Milwaukee Bucks, 1981; 
New Jersey Nets, 1982- 
83; New York Knicks, 
1984(3,948-3,360-616) 

Jerry Greenspan 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1964- 
65(122-83-11) 



Mo Howard 

Cleveland Cavaliers, 
1977; New Orleans Jazz, 
1977(59-41-5) 

Albert King 

New Jersey Nets, 1982- 
87; Philadelphia 76ers, 
1988; San Antonio Spurs, 
1989(6,439-2,251-1,166) 

John Lucas 

Houston Rockets, 1977- 
78, 1985-86, 1990; 
Golden State Warriors, 
1979-81; Washington 
Bullets, 1982-83; San 
Antonio Spurs, 1984; 
Milwaukee Bucks, 1987- 
88; Seattle Supersonics, 
1989(9,951-2,151-6,454) 

Tony Massenburg 

San Antonio Spurs, 1991; 
Charlotte Hornets, 1992; 
Boston Celtics, 1992, 
Golden State Warriors, 
1992(111-83-4) 

Tom McMillen 

Buffalo Braves, 1976-77; 
New York Knicks, 1977; 
Atlanta Hawks, 1978-83; 
Washington Bullets, 
1984-86(5,914-2,913-786) 

Jerrod Mustaf 

New York Knicks, 1991; 
Phoenix Suns, 1992 
(501-314-81) 



Jim O'Brien 

New York Nets, 1974; 
Memphis Sounds, 1975 
(268-136-87) 

Charles Pittman 

Phoenix Suns, 1983-86 
(1,060-718-204) 

Steve Sheppard 

Chicago Bulls, 1978-79; 
Detroit Pistons, 1979 
(367-178-62) 

Gene Shue 

Philadelphia Warriors, 
1955; New York Knicks, 
1955-56, 1963; Fort 
Wayne Pistons, 1957; 
Detroit Pistons, 1958-62; 
Baltimore Bullets, 1964 
(10,068-2,856-2,609) 

Buck Williams 

New Jersey Nets, 1982- 
89; Portland Trailblazers, 
1990-92 
(13,388-9,831-1,297) 

Walt Williams 

Sacramento Kings, 
1992(1,001-265-176) 



HISTORY MAKING TERPS 



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1992-93 Final Season Statistics 












Final Record: 12-16, 2-14 ACC 
























/- TOTAL 


-/ 


/- 3PT 


-i 










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 


MIN 


Evers Bums 


28-28 


211-417 


.506 


0-1 


.000 


96-143 


.671 


518 


18.5 


103 


146 


249 


8.9 


95-9 


41 


71 


22 


47 


920 


Kevin McLinton 


28-28 


155-360 


.431 


6-28 


.214 


125-152 


.822 


441 


15.8 


38 


97 


135 


4.8 


87-5 


175 


116 


2 


46 


935 


Johnny Rhodes 


28-27 


149-355 


.420 


59-173 


.341 


35-66 


.530 


392 


14.0 


41 


104 


145 


5.2 


68-1 


91 


62 


12 


71 


926 


Exree Hipp 


28-28 


130-270 


.482 


20-63 


.318 


36-56 


.643 


316 


11.3 


48 


90 


138 


4.9 


74-1 


87 


58 


10 


35 


816 


Chns Kerwin 


28-26 


87-175 


.497 


0-1 


.000 


28-54 


.519 


202 


7.2 


51 


93 


144 


5.1 


97-2 


15 


33 


30 


12 


689 


Nemanja Petrovic 


10-0 


13-33 


.394 


0-0 


.000 


12-15 


.800 


38 


3.8 


21 


12 


33 


3.3 


17-0 


3 


8 


5 





91 


Mano Lucas 


23-2 


30-73 


.411 


3-5 


.600 


17-33 


.515 


80 


3.5 


18 


35 


53 


2.3 


35-0 


8 


25 


9 


10 


277 


Duane Simpkins 


28-0 


22-76 


.290 


7-27 


.259 


31-43 


.721 


82 


2.9 


3 


28 


31 


1.1 


44-0 


67 


55 


2 


19 


384 


Wayne Bnstol 


21-1 


14-40 


.350 


5-20 


.250 


21-35 


.600 


54 


2.6 


15 


11 


26 


1.2 


14-0 


12 


9 


3 


5 


148 


John Walsh 


25-0 


18-55 


.327 


3-9 


.333 


23-29 


.793 


62 


2.5 


16 


19 


35 


1.4 


23-0 


10 


6 


2 


8 


177 


Kurtis Shultz 


21-0 


13-37 


.351 


2-5 


.400 


5-8 


.625 


33 


1.6 


17 


22 


39 


1.9 


15-0 


5 


7 


2 


2 


172 


Mike Thibeault 


19-0 


3-15 


.200. 


1-7 


.143 


8-15 


.533 


15 


0.8 


4 


8 


12 


0.6 


7-0 


6 


5 





3 


56 


Alan Rainge 


4-0 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2 


0.5 











0.0 


1-0 


1 


2 








9 


Team 
























76 
















Maryland Totals 


28 


845-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


2235 


79.8 


375 


665 


1116 


39.9 


577-18 


521 


457 


99 


258 


5600 


Opponent Team 
























84 
















Opponent Totals 


28 


813-1812 


.449 


163-446 


.366 


437-661 


.661 


2226 


79.5 


408 


694 


1186 


42.4 


544-17 


461 


553 


170 


203 


5600 


SCORE BY PERIOD 




1 






2 




OT 






OT 






TOTAL 






DEADBALL REBOUNDS 


Maryland 




100£ 






1226 


















2235 








104 




Opponents 




1031 






1195 


















2226 










93 




1992-93 


■Q* 


il ACC Statistics Only 
































Final ACC Record: 2-14 
























/- TOTAL 


-/ 


/- 3PT 


-/ 










OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


G/GS 


FG/FGA 


rex 


FG/FGA 


FG% 


FT/FTA 


FT% 


PTS 


AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVG 


PF/D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


Kevin McLinton 


16-16 


106-251 


.422 


5-23 


.217 


70-86 


.814 


287 


17.9 


29 


52 


81 


5.1 


51-4 


98 


65 


1 


27 


564 


Evers Bums 


16-16 


118-247 


.478 


0-0 


.000 


38-61 


.623 


274 


17.1 


66 


74 


140 


8.8 


55-6 


17 


34 


9 


27 


546 


Johnny Rhodes 


16-15 


88-216 


.407 


32-105 


.305 


11-23 


.478 


219 


13.7 


27 


46 


73 


4.6 


46-1 


49 


49 


7 


41 


558 


Exree Hipp 


16-16 


63-144 


.438 


14-41 


.342 


11-19 


.579 


151 


9.4 


27 


51 


78 


4.9 


48-1 


54 


35 


5 


19 


485 


Chns Kerwin 


16-14 


45-104 


.433 


0-0 


.000 


17-32 


.531 


107 


6.7 


27 


47 


74 


4.6 


58-0 


5 


15 


16 


5 


395 


Mario Lucas 


12-2 


15-42 


.357 


3-5 


.600 


7-15 


.467 


40 


3.3 


10 


20 


30 


2.5 


21-0 


5 


11 


7 


5 


172 


Wayne Bnstol 


12-1 


8-21 


.381 


3-10 


.300 


10-16 


.625 


29 


2.4 


5 


7 


12 


1.0 


9-0 


5 


8 


3 


4 


89 


John Walsh 


13-0 


6-20 


.300 


3-5 


.600 


13-14 


.929 


28 


2.2 


6 


8 


14 


1.1 


11-0 


4 





1 


5 


74 


Duane Simpkins 


16-0 


10-47 


.213 


1-16 


.060 


6-12 


.500 


27 


1.7 


2 


11 


13 


0.8 


26-0 


33 


27 


2 


7 


196 


Kurtis Shultz 


10-0 


5-18 


.278 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


11 


1.1 


9 


10 


19 


1.9 


5-0 


1 


6 


1 


1 


86 


Mike Thibeault 


9-0 


2-7 


.286 


1-4 


.250 


4-10 


.400 


9 


1.0 


3 


5 


8 


0.9 


4-0 


4 


2 








26 


Nemanja Petrovic 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 











0.0 


2-0 














9 


Team 
























41 
















Maryland Totals 


16 


466-1117 


.417 


63-213 


.296 


187-288 


.649 


1182 


73.9 


211 


331 


583 


36.4 


336-12 


275 


252 


52 


141 


3200 


Opponent Team 
























41 
















Opponent Totals 


16 


502-980 


.512 


101-225 


.449 


247-383 


.645 


1352 


84.5 


202 


428 


671 


41.9 


268-7 


299 


304 


112 


114 


3200 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



79 







1992-9 


13 Ta 


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Final Record: 


12-16, 2-14 ACC 


















TEAMS 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


PF-D 


OR-DR 


REB 


HALF 


FINAL 




Md. -Baltimore Co. 


22-65 


.338 8-21 


.381 


28-36 


.778 


12 


23 


7 


5 


25-1 


14-21 


38 


31 


80 




MARYLAND 


37-75 


.493 2-10 


.200 


27-33 


.818 


23 


17 


4 


15 


22-0 


16-30 


50 


45 


103 




WEST VIRGINIA 


30-64 


.469 1-7 


.143 


25-36 


.694 


20 


22 


10 


8 


17-0 


18-24 


47 


41 


86 




Maryland 


29-72 


.403 4-16 


.250 


10-16 


.625 


14 


23 


4 


7 


28-2 


15-22 


41 


41 


72 




Md. -Eastern Shore 


19-59 


.322 5-13 


.385 


20-27 


.741 


10 


21 


4 


13 


28-1 


10-19 


31 


26 


63 




MARYLAND 


30-66 


.455 2-7 


.286 


32-41 


.780 


17 


20 


6 


8 


21-0 


17-33 


56 


59 


94 




American 


24-71 


.338 6-25 


.240 


13-22 


.591 


14 


23 


2 


8 


26-1 


18-17 


42 


32 


67 




MARYLAND 


38-66 


.576 3-6 


.500 


19-28 


.679 


26 


20 


3 


10 


20-0 


14-30 


46 


44 


98 




LA SALLE 


26-72 


.361 12-37 


.324 


12-19 


.632 


10 


21 


3 


9 


16-0 


21-15 


40 


38 


76 




Maryland 


39-68 


.574 3-9 


.333 


12-17 


.706 


25 


16 


4 


9 


21-0 


11-26 


39 


42 


93 




Towson State 


27-71 


.380 2-12 


.167 


12-21 


.571 


12 


17 


6 


3 


24-2 


22-23 


50 


34 


68 




MARYLAND 


29-60 


.483 2-7 


.286 


18-28 


.643 


19 


11 


5 


5 


17-1 


10-25 


37 


38 


78 




Morgan State 


25-79 


.316 7-22 


.318 


6-9 


.667 


10 


35 


7 


10 


26-3 


21-19 


43 


25 


63 




MARYLAND 


35-70 


.500 4-6 


.667 


29-42 


.690 


22 


21 


4 


15 


12-0 


22-29 


52 


46 


103 




Louisville 


29-70 


.414 4-16 


.250 


5-10 


.500 


16 


12 


6 


5 


19-1 


15-26 


43 


36 


67 




MARYLAND 


28-58 


.483 6-13 


.462 


10-18 


.556 


21 


12 


3 


4 


16-1 


6-27 


37 


31 


72 




Howard 


28-71 


.394 7-19 


.368 


6-16 


.375 


11 


25 


3 


8 


28-0 


9-19 


29 


33 


69 




MARYLAND 


37-66 


.561 5-13 


.385 


30-44 


.682 


25 


27 


5 


13 


18-0 


15-39 


57 


56 


109 




Georgia Tech 


32-61 


.525 5-10 


.500 


16-27 


.593 


21 


20 


9 


7 


19-1 


13-35 


51 


41 


85 




MARYLAND 


31-86 


.360 6-23 


.261 


7-21 


.333 


17 


13 


2 


8 


22-1 


22-22 


48 


24 


75 




NORTH CAROLINA 


39-70 


.557 7-15 


.467 


16-27 


.593 


25 


23 


12 


12 


14-0 


20-29 


50 


53 


101 




Maryland 


30-72 


.417 3-15 


.200 


10-13 


.769 


16 


23 


4 


12 


19-0 


10-18 


30 


31 


73 




FLORIDA STATE 


37-67 


.552 8-18 


444 


23-34 


.676 


23 


20 


10 


11 


16-1 


12-30 


46 


40 


105 




Maryland 


34-73 


.479 5-11 


.455 


12-17 


.706 


15 


20 


1 


9 


27-1 


5-25 


32 


23 


85 




Wake Forest 


27-54 


.500 6-11 


.545 


26-31 


.839 


15 


18 


3 


5 


20-1 


14-24 


39 


38 


86 




MARYLAND 


28-65 


.431 5-14 


.357 


12-22 


.545 


16 


13 


1 


10 


23-1 


15-14 


34 


31 


73 




Oklahoma 


22-63 


.349 4-20 


.200 


30-39 


.769 


12 


16 


6 


5 


30-1 


18-27 


45 


31 


78 




MARYLAND 


26-57 


.456 2-7 


.286 


35-52 


.673 


17 


13 


2 


13 


29-1 


11-28 


42 


36 


89 




N.C. STATE 


26-58 


.448 8-20 


.400 


5-12 


.417 


14 


11 


5 


2 


17-1 


9-18 


31 


24 


65 




Maryland 


27-64 


.422 1-5 


.200 


15-18 


.833 


14 


10 


1 


4 


17-0 


13-22 


39 


31 


70 




CLEMSON 


28-54 


519 8-20 


.400 


18-28 


.643 


18 


20 


11 


11 


17-1 


11-24 


37 


32 


82 




Maryland 


28-72 


.389 3-19 


.158 


13-22 


.591 


15 


21 


3 


10 


24-1 


22-20 


44 


34 


72 




Duke 


29-53 


.547 5-12 


.417 


15-18 


.833 


16 


21 


6 


4 


16-0 


8-28 


37 


41 


78 




MARYLAND 


26-65 


.400 2-11 


.182 


8-11 


.727 


16 


17 


1 


8 


22-1 


10-17 


31 


35 


62 




Virginia 


28-58 


.483 8-15 


.533 


6-13 


.462 


17 


14 


5 





16-0 


13-25 


42 


36 


70 




MARYLAND 


25-68 


.368 4-11 


.364 


14-17 


.824 


13 


4 


2 


8 


17-0 


15-21 


37 


33 


68 




GEORGIA TECH 


36-64 


.563 8-13 


.615 


13-15 


.867 


26 


21 


6 


8 


13-0 


13-23 


40 


52 


93 




Maryland 


38-80 


.475 2-10 


.200 


1-4 


.250 


25 


14 


3 


11 


14-0 


15-15 


32 


47 


79 




North Carolina 


28-57 


.491 2-7 


.286 


19-25 


.760 


14 


22 


4 


6 


15-0 


13-29 


44 


30 


77 




MARYLAND 


22-62 


.355 6-15 


.400 


13-15 


.867 


18 


20 


4 


6 


21-1 


12-17 


30 


23 


63 




Florida State 


31-59 


.525 5-10 


.500 


20-33 


.606 


11 


28 


9 


12 


19-0 


10-25 


37 


35 


87 




MARYLAND 


32-70 


.457 2-9 


.222 


18-23 


.783 


18 


23 


4 


13 


22-1 


12-24 


38 


41 


84 




WAKE FOREST 


37-69 


.536 6-13 


.462 


8-11 


.727 


18 


11 


4 


5 


10-0 


13-28 


46 


36 


88 




Maryland 


24-66 


.364 8-18 


.444 


8-11 


.727 


14 


11 


3 


4 


16-0 


11-16 


29 


33 


64 




N.C. State 


28-68 


.412 10-23 


.435 


5-11 


.455 


19 


18 


6 


6 


21-1 


13-21 


35 


39 


71 




MARYLAND 


30-57 


.526 3-8 


.375 


25-35 


.714 


17 


17 


6 


7 


16-0 


12-31 


44 


35 


88 




CLEMSON 


29-56 


.518 7-16 


.438 


16-25 


.640 


19 


21 


7 


5 


18-1 


8-35 


43 


39 


81 




Maryland 


28-80 


.350 3-19 


.231 


14-21 


.667 


18 


12 


3 


14 


22-2 


17-23 


43 


31 


73 




DUKE 


33-61 


.541 7-14 


.500 


22-37 


.595 


17 


20 


6 


9 


18-0 


16-26 


42 


53 


95 




Maryland 


35-65 


.538 4-10 


.400 


5-17 


.294 


27 


15 


2 


7 


26-1 


7-20 


30 


29 


79 




VIRGINIA 


34-71 


.479 1-8 


.125 


19-36 


.528 


26 


16 


9 


11 


20-0 


16-30 


51 


38 


88 




Maryland 


28-72 


.389 6-14 


.429 


12-21 


.571 


16 


20 


12 


9 


28-2 


13-26 


42 


25 


74 




$ N.C. State 


22-72 


.306 4-21 


.190 


7-14 


.500 


11 


17 


1 


5 


20-0 


22-22 


50 


26 


55 




Maryland 


25-59 


.424 4-13 


.308 


22-29 


.759 


19 


9 


3 


9 


17-0 


13-28 


43 


31 


76 




$ North Carolina 


37-75 


.493 2-8 


.250 


26-29 


.897 


24 


17 


3 


10 


17-0 


18-34 


57 


51 


102 




Maryland 


26-73 


.356 6-19 


.316 


8-17 


.471 


18 


18 


4 


9 


20-1 


14-17 


33 


32 


66 




Home team in CAPS 


$ denotes ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC 
























80 




























TERP RECORD BOOK 



1992-93 Individual 



-Rebounds-Assists 



Final Record: 12-16, 2-14 ACC 



* indicates starter 

Opponent 

Md-Baltimore Co. 
at West Virginia 
Md-Eastern Shore 
American 
at La Salle. 
Towson State 
Morgan State 
Louisville 
Howard 
Georgia Tech 
at North Carolina 
at Florida State 
Wake Forest 
Oklahoma 
at N.C. State 
at Clemson 
Duke 
Virginia 

at Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
at Wake Forest 
N.C. State 
at Clemson 
at Duke 
at Virginia 
$ N.C. State 
$ North Carolina 



W-L 

W 

L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 
W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 



Score 

103-80 
72-86 
94-63 
98-67 
93-76 
78-68 
103-63 
72-67 
109-69 
75-85 
73-101 
85-105 
73-86 
89-78 
70-65 
72-82 
62-78 
68-70 
79-93 
63-77 
84-87 
64-88 
88-71 
73-81 
79-95 
74-88 
76-55 
66-102 



Bristol 

6-2-1 
0-0-0 
2-3-1 
0-0-1 
DNP 
4-2-1 
1-0-1 
DNP 
6-3-2 
0-1-0 
0-0-0 
1-0-1 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
10-1-0 
0-0-0 
DNP 
2-2-2 
4-3-1 
DNP 
7-1-0 
0-2-0 
0-1-0 
*4-l-0 
1-0-0 
3-1-0 
3-3-0 



Burns 

♦24-10-3 
*15-8-0 
'27-9-2 
*24-12-3 
*29-10-4 
•16-2-4 
•15-9-1 
•14-13-0 
•27-10-2 
•12-12-1 
•14-7-2 
•17-8-3 
•15-12-0 
•22-7-1 
•20-10-1 
•18-15-0 
•12-4-0 
•11-3-3 
•36-10-1 
•10-4-1 
•24-8-2 
•11-5-0 
•22-8-2 
•27-13-2 
•12-4-1 
•13-14-1 
•17-8-2 
•14-11-2 



Hipp 

•21-6-1 
•11-3-3 
•10-5-2 
•14-7-1 
•19-8-4 
•10-2-4 
•15-7-3 
•15-5-4 
•8-5-1 
•7-4-3 
'6-1-2 
•11-6-1 
•9-2-4 
•12-3-4 
*8-7-7 
•8-6-2 
'2-3-3 
•9-7-3 
•18-2-6 
•16-6-4 
•12-6-3 
•8-6-4 
♦12-7-2 
•13-7-5 
*8-6-2 
•4-2-3 
•11-9-4 
•19-0-2 



Kerwin 

•12-9-2 
•6-6-0 
•2-7-1 
•5-1-1 
'8-4-1 

•9-10-0 
•9-7-0 

•10-4-1 
•9-9-1 

•10-10-0 
•6-2-0 

•11-7-0 

•10-6-1 

•13-9-2 
•7-6-0 
•8-4-1 
•6-4-1 
•6-4-0 

•12-6-1 

•4-2-0 

4-4-1 

1-1-0 

♦4-6-0 

•7-7-0 

•8-4-0 

'3-1-0 

•12-2-0 
♦0-2-1 



Lucas 
3-3-0 
10-1-0 
3-7-0 
1-0-1 
2-0-1 
8-0-0 
2-2-0 
0-0-0 
6-3-0 
8-4-0 
4-1-1 
0-0-0 
0-1-0 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
2-2-0 
■0-1-0 
10-3-1 
♦2-3-2 
♦2-2-0 
INJ 
0-0-0 
3-3-1 
9-10-0 
2-5-0 
3-2-1 



McLinton 

♦11-5-7 
♦6-4-6 
♦12-3-5 
♦22-4-7 
♦14-6-5 
♦16-4-7 

♦11-4-11 
♦9-4-9 
♦21-6-9 
•15-4-7 
•21-5-6 
•28-4-3 
•16-3-6 
•20-7-4 
•27-5-3 
•8-4-6 
•18-9-5 

♦25-11-7 
'7-1-7 
♦4-7-6 
♦32-6-5 
♦14-5-6 
♦27-4-7 
'10-7-7 

•22-3-11 
•13-3-6 
•8-1-4 
*4-6-3 



Petrovic 

4-5-1 
2-4-0 
5-4-1 
4-4-1 
2-0-0 
2-8-0 
17-7-0 
2-1-0 

INJ 

INJ 
0-0-0 
0-0-0 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 



Rainge 

1-0-0 
0-0-1 
1-0-0 
0-0-0 
DNP 



Rhodes 

•16-4-2 
•17-5-2 
•26-3-0 
•20-8-4 
•11-6-7 
♦7-2-2 
♦14-6-5 
♦15-4-5 
♦11-9-3 
♦15-7-3 
♦13-3-2 
♦9-4-2 
♦21-2-3 
♦15-7-2 
♦6-5-2 
♦18-7-5 
♦15-5-0 
♦11-3-3 
♦4-7-6 
♦13-4-4 
♦10-8-4 
♦16-4-2 
♦12-5-4 
♦14-2-3 
♦19-4-5 
♦23-3-1 
♦6-13-7 
•15-5-3 



Shultz 

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



Simpkins 

5-0-5 

0-0-1 

2-2-5 

6-0-4 

0-1-2 

0-1-0 

5-3-0 

5-2-1 

5-3-6 

6-0-3 

4-3-2 

0-1-2 

0-1-2 

5-3-3 

0-0-0 

0-1-0 

6-1-6 

0-0-0 

0-1-2 

2-0-1 

0-0-1 

0-0-2 

2-3-1 

2-0-0 

0-0-6 

5-2-5 

14-2-1 

8-1-6 



Thib. 

0-0-0 
0-0-0 
0-1-0 
0-1-0 
DNP 
0-0-0 
2-1-1 
DNP 
2-0-0 
DNP 
3-3-0 
2-0-1 
2-1-0 
0-1-1 
2-2-1 
0-0-1 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
0-1-0 
0-1-1 
0-0-0 
0-0-0 
DNP 
2-0-0 
0-0-0 



$ denotes ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC 



Walsh 

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



1992-93 Individual Game Highs 



Final Record: 12-16, 2-14 ACC 



Maryland 




Points 


36 


Points (1st Half) 


22 


Points (2nd Half) 


25 


Field Goals Made 


18 


Field Goals Attemtps 


28 


Field Goal Percentage 


.857 


3PT Made 


5 


3PT Attemtped 


9 


3PT Percentage 


1.000 


Free Throws Made 


12 


Free Throws Attempted 


15 


Free Throw Percentage 


1.000 


Total Rebounds 


15 


Offensive Rebounds 


8 


Defensive Rebounds 


12 


Rebounds in a Half 


9 


Assists 


11 


Blocks 


5 


Steals 


6 


Minutes Played 


40 



by Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
by Kevin McLinton vs. Fla. St. (2-13-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
(6-7) by Chris Kerwin vs. UMBC (12-1-92) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Virginia (3-6-93) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. several opponents 
(3-3) by Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-10-92) 
by several players 
by several players 

(9-9) by Kevin McLinton vs. Howard (1-2-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. Clemson (1-26-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. Wake Forest (1-16-93) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. N.C. State (3-11-93) 
by Evers Bums vs. several opponents 
by Kevin McLinton vs. several opponents 
by Chns Kerwin vs. N.C. State (2-24-93) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
by Kevm McLinton vs. N.C. State (1-23-93) 



Opponents 




Points 


34 


Points (1st Half) 


17 


Points (2nd Half) 


23 


Field Goals Made 


13 


Field Goals Attempted 


24 


Field Goal Percentage 


.875 


3PT Made 


6 


3PT Attempted 


14 


3PT Percentage 


.833 


Free Throws Made 


11 


Free Throws Attempted 


14 


Free Throw Percentage 


.917 


Total Rebounds 


17 


Offensive Rebounds 


8 


Defensive Rebounds 


13 


Rebounds m a Half 


11 


Assists 


12 


Blocks 


10 


Steals 


5 


Minutes Played 


40 



by Bob Sura, Florida State (2-13-93) 

by Greg Minor, Louisville (12-28-92) 

by Bob Sura, Florida State (2-13-93) 

by several opponents 

by Bob Sura, Florida State (2-13-93) 

(7-8) by Eric Montross, UNC (2-9-93) 

by several opponents 

by Kareem Townes, La Salle (12-12-92) 

(5-6) by Cory Alexander, Virginia (2-4-93) 

by Randolph Childress, Wake Forest (1-16-93) 

by Doug Edwards, Florida State (2-13-93) 

(11-12) by Randolph Childress, Wake (1-16-93) 

by several opponents 

by Kevin Thompson, N.C. State (2-24-93) 

by Malcolm Mackey, Georgia Tech (1-5-93) 

by several opponents 

by Bobby Hurley, Duke (3-3-93) 

by Sharone Wright, Clemson (1-26-93) 

by Tommy Brown, Howard (1-2-93) 

by several opponents 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



TERP 1992-93 B9X SCORES 



Maryland 103, UMBC 80 

UMBC 

MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 

Walker 26 1-4 4-6 6 2 7 

Watkins 27 2-8 0-0 6 4 3 4 

Nixon 33 5-12 3-6 10 2 13 

Harris 20 4-8 3-4 2 12 14 

Saunders 27 3-13 4-4 5 2 3 13 

Ferguson 19 4-5 4-4 12 5 13 

Bellinger 11 0-1 2-2 2 2 2 

Wright 9 1-4 0-0 2 2 

Fasaye 6 0-2 1-2 10 1 

Scott 13 2-8 5-6 113 9 

Tweedy 5 0-0 2-2 1 2 

Thompson 1 0-0 0-0 1 

Butts 3 0-0 0-0 10 1 

TOTALS 200 22-65 28-36 38 12 25 80 

Maryland 

MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 25 9-13 3-3 6 11 21 

Burns 30 9-18 6-6 10 3 3 24 

Kerwin 29 6-7 0-1 9 2 3 12 

Rhodes 29 6-12 2-2 4 2 2 16 

McLinton 23 4-8 3-4 5 7 4 11 

Simpkins 18 1-4 3-4 5 2 5 

Petrovic 13 0-1 4-4 5 12 4 

Walsh 13 0-4 0-0 111 

Bristol 8 1-3 4-5 2 11 6 

Lucas 3 1-2 1-2 3 1 3 

Shultz 5 0-1 0-0 10 

Thibeault 2 0-1 0-0 1 

Rainge 2 0-1 1-2 1 1 

TOTALS 200 37-75 27-33 50 23 22 103 

Halftime: Maryland, 45-31 
Three Points Goals: UMBC (8-21), Walker, 1-1; 
Harris, 3-5; Saunders, 3-8; Ferguson, 1-2; Fasaye, 
0-2; Scott, 0-3. Maryland (2-10), Hipp, 0-1; Rhodes, 
2-7, Simpkins, 0-1, Walsh, 0-1. Blocked Shots: UMBC 
(7), Nixon, 6; Bellinger, 1. Maryland (4), Kerwin, 1, 
Petrovic, 3. Steals: UMBC (5), Watkms, 2; Nixon, 1; 
Hans, 1; Scott, 1. Maryland(15), Hipp, 2; Burns, 1; 
Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 4; McLinton, 5; Petrovic, 1; 
Thibeault, 1. Turnovers: UMBC (23); Walker, 1, 
Watkins, 6, Nixon, 2; Harris, 2; Saunders, 5; 
Ferguson, 2; Wrights, 2; Scott, 2; Thompson, 1. 
Maryland (17); Hipp, 3; Bums, 3; Kerwin, 1; 
Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 3; Simpkins, 3; Petrovic, 1; 
Bristol, 1; Rainge, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 10,137. 



West Virginia 86, Maryland 72 
Maryland 





MDJ 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Bums 


34 


6-11 


3-5 


8 





5 


15 


Hipp 


28 


4-10 


2-4 


3 


3 


3 


11 


Kerwin 


20 


3-5 


0-0 


6 





5 


6 


McLinton 


36 


2-13 


2-2 


4 


6 


4 


6 


Rhodes 


28 


7-16 


0-0 


5 


2 


4 


17 


Petrovic 


14 


1-5 


0-0 


4 





2 


2 


Walsh 


12 


0-4 


3-4 


6 


1 





3 


Simpkins 


11 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 





Lucas 


11 


5-6 


0-1 


1 





4 


10 


Bristol 


3 


0-1 


0-0 














Rainge 


1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 








Thibeault 


1 


0-0 


0-0 














Shultz 


1 


1-1 


0-0 











2 



TOTALS 200 29-72 10-16 41 14 28 72 



West Virginia 

MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 

Greene 35 8-15 9-12 9 3 2 25 

Robinson 34 9-11 6-9 10 2 2 24 

Bodkin 22 2-7 2-2 7 3 4 6 

Shleton 35 5-15 4-4 2 3 2 15 

Basey 21 2-6 2-5 7 6 4 6 

Boyd 17 2-6 2-4 2 10 6 

Roadcap 15 0-0 0-0 3 10 

Wilson 11 0-0 0-0 1110 

Grmusa 7 1-3 0-0 1112 

Arsic 1 1-1 0-0 2 

Lamb 1 0-0 0-0 

Agnew 1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 30-64 25-36 47 20 17 86 

Halftime: Tied, 41-41 

Three Points Goals: Maryland (4-16), Hipp, 1-4; 
McLinton, 0-2; Rhodes, 3-9; Bristol, 0-1. West 
Virginia (1-7), Shelton, 1-5; Basey, 0-1; Grmusa, 0-1 
Blocked Shots: Maryland (4), Burns, 3; Petrovic, 1 
West Virginia (10), Greene, 2; Bodkin, 3; Roadcap, 
2; Wilson, 3. Steals: Maryland (7), Burns, 2; Hipp, 2; 
Kerwin, 1 ; Rhodes, 2. West Virginia (8), Greene, 1 ; 
Robinson, 2; Bodkin, 1; Basey, 1; Boyd, 1; Wilson, 
1; Grmusa, 1. Turnovers: Maryland (23), Bums, 7; 
Hipp, 5; Kerwin, 3; McLinton, 2; Rhodes, 2; Walsh, 
1; Simpkins, 1; Team, 2. West Virginia (22), Greene, 
6; Robinson, 4; Shelton, 1; Basey, 4; Boys, 5; 
Wilson, 1; Grmusa, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 10, 516. 



Maryland 94, Maryland-Eastern Shore 63 



UMES 



MDJ FG 



FT 



R A PF TP 



Kimbrew 26 3-8 9-10 4 2 15 
Thirdgill 18 1-3 0-2 4 12 



Harris 

Harrison 

Allison 

Snowden 

McKinney 



20 
28 

26 
16 
24 



Smith 15 

Richards 4 

Caine 1 1 

Jenkins 8 

Dabbs 4 



0-5 
4-12 

4-8 
1-5 
0-5 
0-1 
0-0 
5-8 
1-3 
0-1 



2-3 

2-4 
5-6 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 



2 4 2 

1 3 4 12 

2 2 5 13 
5 13 2 

3 12 

2 10 
10 4 

3 1 4 14 
10 3 
10 



TOTALS 200 19-59 20-27 31 10 28 63 



Maryland 



MDJ FG 

Hipp 25 4-9 

Bums 29 11-18 

Kerwin 17 1-4 

Rhodes 30 9-13 

McLinton 31 4-9 

Simpkins 16 0-0 

Lucas 12 0-2 

Petrovic 9 0-2 

Walsh 8 1-4 

Shultz 8 0-2 

Bristol 7 0-3 

Thibeault 4 0-0 

Rainge 4 0-0 



FT R A PF TP 



2-2 

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



5 2 3 10 

9 2 3 27 
7 13 2 
3 26 

3 5 3 12 
2 5 2 2 
7 2 3 

4 13 5 

2 12 
4 12 

3 10 2 

10 
1 



TOTALS 200 30-66 32-41 56 17 21 94 

Halftime: Maryland, 59-26 
Three Point Goals: UMES (5-13), Kimbrew, 0-2, 
Harrison, 2-4, Allison, 0-1, McKinney, 0-1, Came, 
2-3, Jenkins, 1-2. Maryland (2-7), Hipp, 0-2; Rhodes, 



2-3; Bristol, 0-2. Blocked Shots: UMES (4), Kimbrew, 
1; Thirdgill, 1; Richards, 1; Dabbs, 1. Maryland (6), 
Hipp, 2; Burns, 2; McLinton, 1; Lucas, 1. Steals: 
UMES (13), Kimbrew, 1; Thirdgill, 2; Harrison, 4; 
Allison, 2; Smith, 1; Caine, 2; Jenkins, 1. Maryland 
(8), Hipp, 2; Bums, 1; McLinton, 2; Rhodes, 2; 
Simpkms, 1. Turnovers: UMES (21), Kimbrew, 3; 
Thirdgill, 2; Harris, 1; Harrison, 2; Allison, 6; 
Snowden, 1; McKinney, 2; Richards, 2; Caine, 2; 
Dabbs, 1. Maryland (20), Hipp, 2; Bums, 2; Kerwin, 
1; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 6; Simpkms, 3, Petrovic, 3; 
Walsh, 1; Rainge, 1. Technical Fouls: UMES Bench 
(1st, 10:56). Attendance: 6,264. 

Maryland 98, American 67 

American 

MN FG FT R A PF TP 

Fudd 25 3-9 0-2 6 2 4 6 

Knvokapic 16 3-6 0-0 10 4 8 

Sedmak 29 7-16 5-7 15 4 19 

Franklin 23 2-7 0-0 2 3 2 5 

Gilgeous 29 3-13 6-8 2 3 5 13 

Lawrence 20 1-5 0-1 3 2 

Robinson 17 0-0 2-2 12 2 2 

Blackwell 11 1-6 0-0 10 3 2 

Gilliam 19 2-5 0-0 13 15 

Palmer 9 2-3 0-2 3 115 

Washington 2 0-1 0-0 

TOTALS 200 24-71 13-22 42 14 26 67 



Hipp 

Burns 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Simpkins 

Walsh 

Lucas 

Petrovic 

Shultz 

Bristol 

Thibeault 

Rainge 

TOTALS 



MDJ 

27 

35 

19 

31 

28 

14 

13 

9 

6 

11 

3 

2 

2 

200 



Maryland 



FG 

6-9 
9-16 
2-3 
8-13 
9-12 
1-2 
1-2 
0-2 
2-5 
0-1 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
38-66 



FT 

2-2 
6-9 
1-2 
1-2 
4-4 
4-7 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
19-28 



R 
7 

12 
1 
8 
4 

2 

4 
5 

1 


46 



A 
1 
3 
1 
4 
7 
4 

1 
1 
3 



26 



PF 

3 
2 
4 
1 
4 

4 
1 


1 


20 



TP 

14 

24 

5 

20 

22 

6 

2 

1 

4 









98 



Halftime: Maryland, 44-32. 
Three Point Goals: American (6-25), Krivokapic, 
2-4; Sedmank, 0-3; Franklin, 1-4; Gilgeous, 1-5; 
Lawrence, 0-3; Blackwell, 0-4; Gilliam, 1-1, Palmer, 
1-1. Maryland (3-6), Hipp, 0-1; Bums, 0-1; Rhodes, 
3-3, McLinton, 0-1. Blocked Shots: American (2), 
Sedmak, 1; Lawrence, 1. Maryland (3), Kerwin, 1; 
Walsh, 1; Petrovic, 1. Steals: American (8), Fudd, 1; 
Krivokapic, 1; Sedmak, 1; Franklin, 2; Gilgeous, 1; 
Lawrence, 1; Palmer, 1. Maryland (10), Hipp, 2; 
Bums, 2; Rhodes, 2; McLinton, 1; Simpkins, 1; 
Walsh, 1; Thibeault, 1. Turnovers: American (23), 
Fudd, 2; Krivokapic, 3; Sedmank, 2; Franklin, 3; 
Gilgeous, 6; Lawrence, 2; Robinson, 2; Blackwell, 
1; Gilliam, 2. Maryland (20), Bums, 3; Kerwin, 4; 
Rhodes, 1; McLinton 2; Simpkins, 3; Walsh, 2; 
Lucas, 2; Petrovic, 2; Thibeault, 1. Technical Fouls: 
American Coach, 2nd Half, 8:06. Attendance: 7,053. 



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TERP RECORD BOOK 




Kurtis Shultz grabbed five rebounds and banded 
out three assists versus American on December 
10, 1992. 



Maryland 93, LaSalle, 76 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 32 9-13 0-0 8 4 4 19 

Burns 37 13-19 3-4 10 4 3 29 

Kerwin 29 4-6 0-0 4 14 8 

Rhodes 35 4-13 1-2 6 7 3 11 

McLinton 36 4-9 6-7 6 5 3 14 

Lucas 4 1-1 0-0 10 2 

Walsh 11 3-4 0-0 10 16 

Simpkins 6 0-1 0-0 12 

Petrovic 3 1-1 0-0 12 

Shultz 7 0-1 2-4 112 2 

TOTALS 200 39-68 12-17 39 25 21 93 

LaSalle 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Mott 30 6-12 3-4 10 1 3 15 

Kalombo 24 2-8 0-0 3 10 5 

Shelton 20 1-3 0-0 10 12 

Townes 34 8-19 1-4 3 13 23 

Burke 32 4-11 0-0 1 5 4 11 

Wooten 21 2-6 5-6 9 19 

Schultz 9 1-2 3-4 5 5 

Lee 11 0-6 0-0 1110 

Neubauer 14 1-2 0-1 3 3 3 

Melchionm 5 1-3 0-0 10 3 

TOTALS 200 26-72 12-19 40 10 16 76 

Halftime: Maryland, 42-38 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (3-9), Hipp, 1-4; 
Rhodes, 2-5. LaSalle (12-37), Kalombo, 1-5; Townes, 
6-14; Burke, 3-9; Lee, 0-4; Neubauer, 1-2; 
Melchionni, 1-3. Blocked Shots: Maryland (4), 
Bums, 1; Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 1. LaSalle (3), Mott, 1; 
Wooten, 1; Melchionni, 1. Steals: Maryland (9), 
Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 3; Walsh, 1. 
LaSalle (9), Mott, 2; Kalombo, 1; Townes, 1; 



Burke, 2; Wooten, 1; Neubauer, 1; Melchionni, 1. 
Turnovers: Maryland (16), Burns, 5; Kerwin, 2; 
Rhodes, 2; McLinton, 5; Lucas, 1; Petrovic, 1. 
LaSalle (21), Mott, 5; Kalombo, 2; Shelton., 1; 
Townes, 3; Burke, 5; Wooten, 1; Lee, 2. Technical 
Fouls: None. Attendance: 3,478. 

Maryland 78, Towson State 68 

Towson State 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Campbell 32 1-6 0-0 3 12 

Brown 29 3-7 2-5 13 2 8 

James 35 3-8 1-4 11 2 5 7 

Boyd 32 6-17 6-7 4 4 5 18 

Alexander 31 10-21 0-0 8 4 2 20 

Caldwell 2 0-0 0-0 2 

Blalock 14 2-4 0-0 2 2 5 

Thomas 11 0-3 3-4 3 13 

Moody 4 1-3 0-0 3 

Mason 8 1-2 0-1 2 4 2 

Griffin 1 0-0 0-0 

Manning 1 0-0 0-0 10 

TOTALS 200 27-71 12-21 50 12 24 68 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 27 5-9 0-0 2 4 3 10 

Burns 22 6-11 4-5 2 4 5 16 

Kerwin 26 2-6 ' 5-8 10 2 9 

Rhodes 27 2-7 1-2 2 2 17 

McLinton 37 6-8 4-6 4 7 2 16 

Petrovic 16 1-6 0-1 8 2 2 

Simpkins 10 0-1 0-0 10 

Lucas 8 4-6 0-0 8 

Bristol 10 1-2 2-3 2 12 4 

Walsh 8 1-2 2-2 2 10 4 

Shultz 8 1-1 0-1 2 2 

Thibeault 10-1 0-0 

TOTALS 200 29-60 18-28 37 19 17 78 

Halftime: Maryland, 38-34 
Three Point Goals: Towson State (2-12), Campbell, 
0-1; Boyd, 0-6; Blalock, 1-2; Moody, 1-3. Maryland 
(2-7), Rhodes, 2-5; Bristol, 0-1; Walsh, 0-1. Blocked 
Shots: Towson State (6), Campbell, 1; James, 5. 
Maryland (5), Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 1; 
McLinton, 1. Steals: Towson State (3), James, 1; 
Boyd, 2. Maryland (5), Burns, 1; Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 
1; McLinton, 1; Bristol, 1. Turnovers: Towson State 
(17), Campbell, 1; Brown, 2; Boyd, 4; Alexander, 6; 
Thomas, 2; Moody, 1; Mason, 1. Maryland (11), 
Hipp, 1; Burns, 1; McLinton, 5; Simpkins, 3; Walsh, 
1. Technical Fouls: Towson Bench, 1st half; UM 
Coach, 2nd Half. Attendance: 8,533. 



Maryland 103, Morgan State 63 

Morgan State 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Feagin 24 2-9 0-05255 

Burrell 18 2-8 0-06004 

White 24 1-8 2-4 11 5 4 

Langston 34 6-11 0-0 3 4 3 16 

Sellers 21 3-9 0-0 1 2 1 6 

Wright 8 1-5 2-22054 

Brewer 21 2-5 0-0 3 4 4 

Young 18 3-10 0-02116 

Parker 13 4-9 0-0 5 1 10 

Jackson 19 1-5 2-32114 

TOTALS 200 25-79 6-9 43 10 26 63 



MIN 



Maryland 



FG 



FT R A PF TP 



Hipp 24 3-7 8-8 7 3 1 15 

Burns 21 5-7 5-9 9 13 15 

Kerwin 24 4-7 1-2702 9 

Rhodes 26 5-12 2-2 6 5 1 14 

McLinton 30 3-7 5-5 4 11 1 11 

Petrovic 15 7-11 3-4 7 2 17 

Lucas 10 0-0 2-5 2 2 

Simpkins 17 2-5 0-0 3 1 5 

Bristol 11 0-1 1-2 10 1 

Shultz 10 3-7 1-12 2 7 

Walsh 7 2-5 1-2 3 1 5 

Thibeault 5 1-1 0-0 110 2 

TOTALS 200 35-70 29-42 52 22 12 103 

Halftime: Maryland, 46-25 
Three Point Goals: Morgan State (7-22), Feagin, 1-5; 
White, 0-1, Langston, 4-6; Sellers, 0-3; Young, 0-3; 
Parker, 2-2; Jackson, 0-2. Maryland (4-6), Hipp, 1-1; 
Rhodes, 2-4; Simpkins, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Morgan 
State (7), Feagin, 1; White, 2; Wright, 1; Brewer, 1; 
Jackson, 1 Maryland (4), Hipp, 1; Burns, 1; Kerwin, 
1; Rhodes, 1. Turnovers: Morgan State (35), Feagin, 
5; Burrell, 3; White, 3; Langston, 11; Sellers, 5; 
Wright, 4; Young, 2; Jackson, 2. Maryland (21), 
Hipp, 3; Burns, 3; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 4; Petrovic, 
2; Lucas, 6; Simpkins, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 4,733. 



Maryland 72, Louisville 67 

Louisville 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Smith 26 5-9 1-4 6 2 11 

Morton 32 7-14 2-2 11 2 1 17 

Rozier 29 5-12 1-2 15 1 3 11 

LeGree 27 0-6 0-1 15 5 

Minor 36 9-15 1-1 4 2 2 22 

Brewer 24 0-7 0-0 15 2 

Webb 11 2-4 0-0 112 4 

Hopgood 11 1-1 0-0 2 2 2 

Kiser 4 0-2 0-0 

TOTALS 200 29-70 5-10 43 16 19 67 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 32 7-11 0-0 5 4 2 15 

Burns 38 6-13 2-4 13 1 14 

Kerwin 33 5-8 0-1 4 11 10 

Rhodes 38 5-12 1-5 4 5 1 15 

McLinton 27 2-8 5-6 4 9 5 9 

Petrovic 6 1-2 0-0 10 3 2 

Lucas 2 0-0 0-0 

Simpkins 15 1-2 2-2 2 12 5 

Walsh 9 1-2 0-0 112 

TOTALS 200 28-58 10-18 37 21 16 72 

Halftime: Louisville, 36-31 
Three Point Goals: Louisville (4-16), Morton, 1-1; 
LeGree, 0-1, Minor, 3-7; Brewer, 0-5; Kiser, 0-2. 
Maryland (6-13), Hipp. 1-2; Kerwin, 0-1, Rhodes, 
4-9, Simpkins, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Louisville (6), 
Smith, 1; Morton, 1; Rozier, 3; Brewer, 1. 
Turnovers: Louisville (12), Smith, 2; Morton, 1; 
Rozier, 3; LeGree, 1; Minor, 2; Webb, 1; Hopgood, 
2. Maryland (12), Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 3; 
Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 3; Simpkins, 2. Technical 
Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



83 



Maryland 109, Howard 69 



Howard 



AfflN FG 



FT R A PF TP 



Ross, K 

Turley 

Milbert 

Beard 

Brown, M 

Riddick 

Solomon 

Brown, T 

Chenier 

Diggs 

Day 

Ross, I 



11 
34 
13 
28 
27 
22 
24 
19 
9 
5 



3-7 

5-16 

0-0 

0-7 

5-10 

5-10 

2-5 

5-11 

0-2 

2-2 

0-0 

1-1 



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



7 

12 





12 

13 

6 

10 



4 

2 

3 



TOTALS 200 28-71 6-16 29 11 28 69 



Maryland 



Hipp 

Burns 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Lucas 

Simpkins 

Bristol 

Walsh 

Shultz 

Thibeault 



FT 
2-8 



MIN FG 

21 3-6 

27 10-13 7-10 

24 4-7 1-2 

4-10 

6-10 

2-5 

1-1 

2-3 

2-4 

3-4 

0-3 



31 
28 

15 
17 
10 

8 
15 

4 



1-2 
9-9 
2-2 
2-2 
1-3 
3-3 
0-0 
2-3 



R 

5 

10 
9 
9 
6 
3 
3 
3 
2 
4 




A PF TP 
1 1 8 

2 

3 

2 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 



27 

9 

11 

21 

6 



TOTALS 200 37-66 20-44 57 25 18 109 

Halftime: Maryland, 56-33 
Three Point Goals: Howard (7-19), Ross, K, 1-2; 
Turley, 1-5; Brown, 1-3; Riddick, 3-5; Brown, 0-3; 
Ross, 1, 1-1. Maryland (5-13), Rhodes, 2-6; Simpkins, 
1-1; Bristol, 1-1, Walsh, 0-1; Shultz, 1-1; Thibeault, 
0-3. Blocked Shots: Howard (3), Ross, K, 1 ; Turley, 
1; Brown, 1. Maryland (5), Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 2; 
Lucas, 1. Steals: Howard (8), Turley, 2; Riddick, 1; 
Brown, T, 5. Maryland (13), Hipp, 2; Burns, 1; 
Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 2; Lucas, 1; Simpkins, 2; 
Shultz, 1; Thibeault, 1. Turnovers: Howard (25), 
Turley, 6; Milbert, 2; Beard, 2; Brown, 1, Riddick, 4; 
Solomon, 2; Brown, 5; Chenier, 1; Ross, 1, 1. 
Maryland (27), Hipp, 4; Burns, 5; McLinton, 10; 
Lucas, 4; Simpkins, 2; Walsh, 1; Shultz, 1. Technical 
Fouls: UM Coach, 2nd Half; Howard Bench, 2nd 
Half. Attendance: 9,120. 




John WaJsh had seven points in eight minutes of 
play versus Howard on January 2, 1993. 




Chris Kerwin grabbed 10 rebounds versus Georgia 
Tech on January 5, 1993. 



Georgia Tech 85, Maryland 75 



Mackey 

Forrest 

Newbill 

Best 

Hill 

Barry 

Barnes 



MIN 

39 
39 
23 
33 
38 
27 
1 



Georgia Tech 



FG 

6-11 

8-17 

2-2 

7-14 

4-11 

5-6 

0-0 



FT 

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



R 

17 
11 
7 
3 
3 
6 
1 



PF TP 



17 
20 

4 
25 

8 
11 





TOTALS 200 32-61 16-27 51 21 19 85 



Hipp 

Bums 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Shultz 

Simpkins 

Walsh 

Bristol 

Lucas 



MIN 

27 

36 

33 

33 

38 

2 

19 

1 

3 



Maryland 



FG 

3-8 

5-21 

5-12 

6-18 

6-12 

1-2 

2-7 

0-0 

0-0 

3-6 



FT 

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



R 

4 
12 
10 
7 
4 
2 


1 
4 



PF TP 

3 7 



12 

10 

15 

15 

2 

6 







TOTALS 200 31-86 7-21 48 17 22 75 

Halftime: Georgia Tech, 41-24 
Three Point Goals: Georgia Tech (5-10), Best, 4-8; 
Hill, 0-1; Barry, 1-1. Maryland (6-23). Hipp. 1-4; 
Rhodes, 3-12; McLinton, 0-1; Shultz, 0-1; Simpkins, 
1-4; Lucas, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Georgia Tech (9), 
Mackey, 5; Forrest, 2; Newbill, 2. Maryland (2), 
Kerwin, 2. Steals: Georgia Tech (7), Forrest, 1; Best, 
1; Hill, 1; Barry, 4. Maryland (8), Rhodes, 5; 
McLinton, 2; Simpkins, 1. Turnovers: Georgia Tech 
(20), Mackey, 1; Forrest, 2; Newbill, 3; Best, 3; Hill, 
4; Barry, 6. Maryland (13), Hipp, 2; Burns, 4; 
Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 2; Simpkins, 1; Bristol, 1. 
Technical Fouls: Georgia Tech Bench, 2nd Half; 
Mryland Bench, 2nd Half. Attendance: 14,500. 



North CaroUna 101, Maryland 73 

Maryland 
FG FT 



Hipp 

Burns 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Walsh 

Simpkins 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Petrovic 

Shultz 

Thibeault 

TOTALS 



Reese 

Lynch 

Montross 

Rodl 

Phelps 

Sullivan 

Williams 

Salvadon 

Calabria 

Wenstrom 

Cherry 

Davis 

Stephenson 

Geth 

TOTALS 



MIN 

21 

35 

18 

31 

34 

16 

18 

13 

4 

4 

3 

3 



R A PF TP 



2-5 
7-17 
3-5 
6-15 



1-2 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 



8-15 5-5 



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



2-2 

0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



1 1 

3 2 

1 1 















6 

14 
6 
13 
21 
2 
4 
4 



3 



200 30-72 10-13 30 16 19 73 



North Carolina 



MIN FG 

21 3-6 



25 7-11 

27 6-9 

16 

28 

21 

21 

17 

10 

4 

3 

3 

2 

2 



FT 
0-2 
2-4 
5-8 
1-2 0-0 
3-12 4-5 



R A PF TP 



13 



4-5 

7-13 

3-4 

1-1 

1-2 

1-1 

1-2 

0-1 

1-1 



0-0 
1-2 
2-2 
2-2 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



4 
7 6 
6 3 
3 4 
5 

1 1 

2 





1 



6 

16 
17 

3 
10 
8 
20 
8 
5 
2 
2 
2 

2 



200 39-70 16-27 50 25 14 101 



Halftime: North Carolina, 53-31 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (3-15), Hipp, 1-2; 
Rhodes, 1-8; McLinton, 0-1; Walsh, 0-1; Simpkins, 
0-1; Thibeault, 1-2, North Carolina (7-15), Reese, 
0-1; Rodl, 1-2, Phelps, 0-2; Sullivan, 0-1; Williams, 5-8 
Calabria, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Maryland (4), Bums, 1 ; 
Kerwin, 1; McLinton, 1; Bristol, 1. North Carolina 
(12), Montross, 5; Salvadon, 6; Wenstrom, 1. Steals: 
Maryland (12), Hipp. 1; Burns, 1; Kerwin, 1; 
Rhodes, 2; McLinton. 3; Walsh, 2; Lucas, 2. North 
Carolina (12), Reese, 2; Lynch, 3; Montross, 1; 
Phelps, 2; Sullivan, 1; Williams, 1; Cherry, 1; Davis, 
1. Turnovers: Maryland (23), Hipp, 2; Burns, 2; 
Kerwin, 3; McLinton, 7; Walsh, 6; Lucas, 2; Lucas, 
1; Thibeault, 1. North Carolina (23), Reese, 2; 
Lynch, 6; Montross, 1; Rodl, 3; Phelps, 6; Williams, 
1; Salvadon, 1; Calabria, 3. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance, 21,407. 

Florida State 105, Maryland 85 

Maryland 





MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


35 


5-11 


0-0 


6 


1 


4 


11 


Burns 


30 


8-13 


1-2 


8 


3 


4 


17 


Kerwin 


26 


5-7 


1-2 


7 





4 


11 


McLinton 


33 


11-21 


5-5 


4 


3 


5 


28 


Rhodes 


35 


3-12 


1-2 


4 


2 


4 


9 


Thibeault 


3 


1-2 


0-0 





1 





2 


Simpkins 


9 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


2 


4 





Petrovic 


5 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





Lucas 


3 


0-1 


0-0 














Walsh 


9 


1-4 


3-3 





1 





6 


Bristol 


5 


0-0 


1-3 





1 





1 


Shultz 


7 


0-1 


0-0 





1 


1 






TOTALS 200 34-73 12-17 32 15 27 85 



84 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



Florida State 




Maryland 89, Oklahoma 78 




State (2), Davis, 1; Marshall. 1. Turnovers: 


NUN FG FT R A PF 


TP 


Baltimore Arena 




Maryland (10), Burns, 2; Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 1 ; 


Sura 36 7-15 2-4 7 7 2 


20 


Oklahoma 




McLinton, 4; Simpkins, 1 N.C. State (11), Davis, 3; 


Cassell 28 6-12 6-6 7 4 4 


18 


Min FG FT R A PF 


TP 


Wilson, 2; McCuller, 4; Marshall, 1 ; Fuller, 1. 


Ward 33 3-6 2-5 4 7 1 


9 


Webster 31 7-17 6-6 10 1 4 


20 


Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 6,800. 


Edwards 22 11-15 4-5 11 1 5 


26 


Vann 20 2-4 1-3 10 5 


6 




Dobard 29 1-6 4-4 6 1 1 


6 


Conley 12 2-3 5-8 4 4 


9 


Clemson 82, Maryland 72 


Hands 6 0-1 0-0 





Evans 37 3-14 6-6 5 6 4 


14 


Maryland 


Shepard 2 0-0 2-2 1 1 


2 


Hamilton 34 4-12 4-6 9 3 1 


13 


MIN FG FT R A PF TP 


Porter 1 0-0 0-0 





Salher 37 4-8 8-10 15 3 


16 


Hipp 33 4-9 0-1 6 2 3 8 


Carroll 18 3-5 2-5 10 


10 


Minor 6 0-1 0-0 2 3 





Burns 36 8-17 2-5 15 5 18 


Wells 11 2-2 0-0 4 2 


5 


Lewis 13 0-2 0-0 4 





Kerwin 26 3-6 2-4 4 14 8 


Robinson 11 3-4 1-3 110 


7 


Alexander 10 0-2 0-0 10 2 





Rhodes 34 6-16 4-5 7 5 4 18 


Kerner 2 0-0 0-0 10 





TOTALS 200 22-63 30-39 45 12 30 


78 


McLinton 31 4-11 0-0 4 6 4 8 


Gruhl 1 1-1 0-0 


2 






Bristol 7 2-5 5-6 12 10 


TOTALS 200 37-67 23-24 46 23 16 


105 


Maryland 




Simpkms 10 0-3 0-1 10 10 


Halftime: Florida State, 40-23 




MIN FG FT R A PF 

Hipp 31 6-13 0-0 3 4 2 


TP 
12 


Shultz 18 1-5 0-0 4 12 
Thibeault 5 0-0 0-0 10 


Three Point Goals: Maryland (5-11), Hipp, 1-2; 




Burns 37 5-13 12-15 7 1 4 


22 


TOTALS 200 28-72 13-22 44 15 24 72 


Rhodes, 2-4; McLinton, 1-2; Simpkms, 0-1; Lucas 




Kerwin 29 6-9 1-4 9 2 5 


13 




0-1, Walsh, 1-1. Florida State: (8-18), Sura, 4-8; 




Rhodes 30 3-9 7-14 7 2 4 


15 


Clemson 


Cassell, 0-2; Ward, 1-2; Edwards, 0-2; Carroll, 2< 


; 


McLinton 31 5-10 10-11 7 4 4 


20 


MIN FG FT R A PF TP 


Wells, 1-1. Steals: Maryland (9), Rhodes, 1; 




Simpkins 18 0-1 5-6 3 3 4 


5 


Kelly 7 1-3 0-0 3 


McLinton, 3; Burns, 3; Simpkins, 1; Walsh, 1 




Shultz 14 0-1 0-0 10 3 





Buckingham 15 0-1 1-2 4 11 


Florida State (11), Sura, 3; Cassell, 2; Ward, 4; 




Walsh 3 1-1 0-2 10 1 
Thibeault 7 0-0 0-0 112 


2 




Wright 33 5-7 2-2 14 4 5 12 
Martin 20 0-2 1-3 3 2 11 


Edwards, 2. Blocked Shots: Maryland (1), Kerwin 


, 1. 


TOTALS 200 26-57 35-52 42 17 29 


89 


Whitney 37 6-12 1-2 4 6 3 19 


Florida State (10), Sura, 3; Cassell, 2; Ward, 4; 








Bovain 12 0-3 0-0 110 


Edwards, 2. Turnovers: Maryland (20), Hipp, 1; 




Halftime: Maryland. 36-31 




Brown 32 5-10 8-11 2 4 2 19 


Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 6; Kerwin, 3, Simpkins, 2; 




Three Point Goals: Oklahoma (4-20), Vann, 1-3; 




Gray 34 11-16 5-8 6 13 27 


Lucas, 1; Bristol, 1; Shultz, 2; Petrovic, 1. Florida 




Evans, 2-12; Hamilton. 1-4; Alexander, 0-1. 




Hines 7 0-0 0-0 10 10 


State (20), Sura, 8; Cassell, 3; Ward, 1; Edwards, 


3; 


Maryland (2-7), Hipp, 0-1; Rhodes, 2-5; Simpkins 




Richie 3 0-0 0-0 10 


Dobard, 1; Carroll, 3; Wells, 1. Technical Fouls: 




0-1. Blocked Shots: Oklahoma (6), Webster, 1 ; Vann, 


TOTALS 200 28-54 18-28 37 18 17 82 


None. Attendance: 9,018, 




1; Hamilton, 1; Sallier, 3. Maryland (2), Kerwin, 2 
Steals: Oklahoma (5), Evans, 2; Hamilton, 3 
Maryland 13: Burns, 5; Kerwin, 1, Rhodes, 4; 




Halftime: Maryland, 34-32 

Three Point Goals: Maryland (3-19), Hipp, 0-1; 


Wake Forest 86, Maryland 73 
Wake Forest 
NUN FG FT R A PF 

Rogers 38 7-17 7-8 10 2 3 
Rich 9 0-0 0-0 4 2 




McLinton, 1; Simpkms, 1. Turnovers: Oklahoma 
(16), Vann, 2; Evans, 5; Hamilton, 2; Sallier, 4; 




Rhodes, 2-9; McLinton, 0-4; Bristol, 1-3; Simpkms, 
0-2. Clemson (8-20), Kelly, 1-2; Martin, 0-2; 


TP 

23 



Lewis, 3. Maryland (13), Hipp, 2; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 
1; Rhodes, 1; McLmton, 3; Simpkms, 3; Thibeault, 
1. Technical Fouls: Oklahoma Bench, 2nd Half. 


Whitney, 6-10; Bovam, 0-1, Brown, 1-4; Gray, 0-1. 
Blocked Shots: Maryland (3), Hipp, 1; Kerwin, 1; 
Bristol, 1. Clemson (11), Buckingham, 1; Wright, 10 


Hicks 33 3-5 0-0 12 5 


6 


Attendance: 12,313 




Steals: Maryland (10), Hipp, 1; Bums, 1; Rhodes, 5; 


Harrison 35 4-11 2-2 3 3 1 


11 






McLinton, 1; Bristol, 1; Shultz, 1. Clemson (11), 


Childress 35 8-13 11-12 6 4 
Owens 29 2-5 6-9 6 13 


30 

10 


Maryland 70, N.C. State 65 




Buckingham, 1; Wright, 3; Whitney, 2; Brown, 2; 
Gray, 3. Turnovers: Maryland (21), Hipp, 4; Burns, 


Banks 8 2-2 0-0 110 


4 


Maryland 




4; Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 3; Bristol, 2; 


Blucas 13 1-1 0-0 2 2 2 


2 


MIN FG FT R A PF 


TP 


Simpkins, 2; Shultz, 2; Thibeault, 1. Clemson (20), 


TOTALS 200 27-54 26-31 39 15 20 


86 


Hipp 34 3-10 2-2 7 7 1 


8 


Kelly, 1; Buckingham, 2; Wright, 4; Martin, 1; 






Burns 34 10-18 0-0 10 1 4 


20 


Whitney, 4; Bovain, 2; Brown, 3; Gray, 3. Technical 


Maryland 




Kerwin 34 2-6 3-4 6 4 


7 


Fouls: None. Attendance: 6,000. 


NUN FG FT R A PF 


TP 


Rhodes 38 3-11 0-0 5 2 


6 




Hipp 26 3-6 2-2 2 4 3 


9 


McLinton 40 9-18 8-8 5 3 3 


27 


DuJfe 78, Maryland 62 


Burns 36 5-11 5-7 12 2 


15 


Shultz 9 0-0 0-0 1 





Duke 


Kerwin 22 5-11 0-1 6 14 


10 


Simpkins 1 0-1 0-0 2 





MIN FG FT R A PF TP 


Rhodes 34 9-15 0-0 2 3 4 


21 


Thibeault 6 0-0 2-4 2 11 


2 


Lang 22 2-4 0-0 3 2 4 


McLinton 36 6-16 3-6 3 6 5 


16 


Walsh 4 0-0 0-0 1 





Hill, G 25 6-9 3-3 9 14 15 


Lucas 10 0-0 0-2 10 1 





TOTALS 200 27-64 15-18 39 14 17 


70 


Parks 31 6-9 2-3 8 4 14 


Walsh 7 0-1 0-0 10 2 









Hurley 39 4-14 6-6 2 6 1 17 


Simpkins 15 0-4 0-0 12 2 





N.C. State 




Hill, T 34 6-9 0-0 7 3 2 14 


Thibeault 4 0-1 2-4 10 2 


2 


MIN FG FT R A PF 


TP 


Clark 25 2-3 2-2 3 3 16 


TOTALS: 200 28-65 12-22 34 16 23 


73 


Davis 30 6-13 0-1 5 3 3 


14 


Blakeney 13 2-3 2-2 2 12 6 






Wilson 26 3-6 1-3 2 4 2 


9 


Meek 9 1-2 0-2 2 2 2 


Halftime: Wake Forest, 38-31 




Thompson 40 7-12 1-4 8 2 


15 


Collins 2 0-0 0-0 


Three Point Goals: Wake Forest (6-11), Rogers, 2-3; 


McCuller 35 4-13 0-0 3 2 1 
Marshall 33 4-7 0-0 4 3 5 


10 
10 


TOTALS 200 29-53 15-18 37 16 16 78 


Harrison, 1-1; Childress, 3-7, Maryland (5-14), Hipp, 


1V1QI ollQll UO T / \J \J T O O 

Fuller 19 1-3 3-4 4 10 


5 




1-2; Rhodes, 3-7; McLinton, 1-3; Walsh, 0-1; 




Lewis 15 1-1 0-0 114 


2 


Maryland 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 36 1-4 0-0 3 3 5 2 
Burns 37 6-13 0-2 4 2 12 


Thibeault, 0-1, Steals: Wake Forest (5); Rogers, 1 


; 


Newman 2 0-3 0-0 





Owens, 3; Banks, 1, Maryland (10), Hipp, 1; Burns, 


TOTALS 200 26-58 5-12 31 14 17 


65 


3; Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 1; Walsh, 1; Simpkins, 1 
Turnovers: Wake Forest (18), Rogers, 6; Hicks, 4; 
Harrison, 2; Childress, 2; Owens, 2; Banks, 1, 




Halftime: Maryland, 31-24 

Three Point Goals: Maryland (1-5), Rhodes, 0-3; 

McLmton, 1-1; Simpkms, 0-1. N.C. State (8-20), 




Kerwm 19 3-7 0-0 4 14 6 
Rhodes 36 6-15 1-1 5 1 15 
McLinton 39 8-18 2-2 9 5 3 18 


Maryland (13), Hipp, 3; Rhodes, 5; McLinton, 4; 




Davis, 2-7; Wilson, 2-2; McCuller, 2-5; Marshall, 




Simpkins 22 2-7 2-2 16 4 6 


Simpkins, 1, Technical Fouls: UM Bench, 1st half 




2-4; Newman, 0-2. Blocked Shots: Maryland (1), 




Bristol 2 0-0 0-0 10 
Walsh 9 0-1 3-4 112 3 
TOTALS 200 26-65 8-11 31 16 22 62 


Attendance: 14,500. 




Kerwin, 1. N.C. State (5), Thompson, 5. Steals: 








Maryland (4), Hipp, 1; Rhodes, 2; McLinton, 1. N.C. 





ITRP RECORD BOOK 



85 



Halftone: Duke, 41-35 

Three Point Goals: Duke (5-12), Hurley, 3-8; Hill, T. 
2-3 ; Blakeney, 0- 1 . Maryland (2-11); Hipp, 0- 1 ; 
Rhodes, 2-8; McLinton, 0-1; Simpkins, 0-1. Blocked 
Shots: Duke (6), Lang, 1; Parks, 4; Hill, T., 1. 
Maryland (1), Walsh, 1. Steals: Duke (4), Hill, G, 2; 
Hurley, 1; Clark, 1. Maryland (8); Hipp, 2; Bums, 1; 
Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 2. Turnovers: Duke (21), 
Lang, 4; Hill, G, 4; Parks, 2; Hurley, 5; Hill, T., 1; 
Clark, 1; Blakeney, 3; Meek, 1. Maryland (17), Hipp, 
3; Bums, 4, Kerwin, 2; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 3; 
Simpkins, 4. Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 
14,500. 

Virginia 70, Maryland 68 



Virginia 



MIN FG 



FT R A PF TP 



Burrough 27 2-8 3-5 7 5 2 7 

Parker 37 4-12 0-0 7 6 2 9 

Jeffries 36 5-8 3-5 7 1 2 13 

Alexander 40 11-15 0-2 5 2 3 27 

Williford 17 2-5 0-0 2 14 4 

Smith 23 2-6 0-0 5 2 16 

Barnes 17 2-3 0-1 5 2 4 

Havlicek 3 0-1 0-0 

TOTALS 200 28-58 6-13 42 17 16 70 

Maryland 





MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


33 


3-6 


3-3 


7 


3 


3 


9 


Bums 


38 


4-14 


3-5 


6 





4 


11 


Kerwin 


29 


3-4 


0-0 


4 





3 


6 


Rhodes 


38 


4-14 


0-0 


3 


3 


2 


11 


McLinton 


39 


10-23 


4-5 


11 


7 


4 


25 


Simpkins 


8 


0-2 


0-0 














Lucas 


11 


0-2 


2-2 


2 





1 


2 


Walsh 


4 


1-3 


2-2 


3 





1 


4 



TOTALS 200 25-68 14-17 37 13 17 68 

Halftone: Virginia, 36-33 
Three Point Goals: Virginia (8-15); Parker, 1-4; 
Alexander, 5-6; Smith, 2-5. Maryland (4-11); 
Rhodes, 3-7; McLnnton, 1-3; Simpkins, 0-1. Blocked 
Shots: Virginia (5), Burrough, 1; Jeffries, 3; 
Alexander, 1. Maryland (2), Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1. 
Steals: Virginia (0). Maryland (8), Hipp, 2; Burns, 3; 
Rhodes, 2; McLinton, 1. Turnovers: Virginia (14), 
Burrough, 2; Parker, 2; Jeffries, 2.; Alexander, 4; 
Williford, 1; Barnes, 2; Havlicek, 1. Maryland (4), 
Kerwin, 1 ; Rhodes, 2; Lucas, 1. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 14,500. 

Georgia Tech 93, Maryland 79 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 25 8-14 0-0 2 6 1 18 

Burns 36 18-28 0-0 10 1 1 36 

Kerwin 30 6-10 0-3 6 12 12 

Rhodes 34 2-12 0-0 7 6 4 4 

McLinton 28 3-8 1-1 17 2 7 

Bristol 13 1-3 0-0 2 2 12 

Lucas 14 0-3 0-0 10 2 2 

Simpkins 20 0-2 0-0 12 10 

TOTALS 200 38-80 1-4 32 25 14 79 

Georgia Tech 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Moore 28 4-8 2-2 5 3 2 11 

Forrest 35 9-18 3-4 6 2 1 21 

Mackey 38 7-12 3-3 16 1 1 17 

Best 38 8-11 3-4 19 3 25 

Barry 33 3-5 2-2 5 9 3 9 

Newbill 11 2-4 0-0 2 14 

Hill 17 3-6 0-0 12 16 

TOTALS 200 36-64 13-15 40 26 12 93 



Halftone: Georgia Tech, 52-47 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (2-10), Hipp, 2-4; 
Rhodes, 0-4; Simpkins, 0-2. Georgia Tech (8-13), 
Moore, 1-2; Best, 6 : 8; Barry, 1-2; Hill, 0-1. Blocked 
Shots: Maryland (3); Burns, 1; Lucas, 2. Georgia 
Tech (6), Forrest, 2; Mackey, 3; Best, 1 Steals: 
Maryland (11), Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 1; 
Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 2; Bristol, 1, Simpkins, 1. 
Georgia Tech (8), Forrest, 3; Best, 1; Barry, 4. 
Turnovers: Maryland (14), Hipp, 2; Bums, 2; 
Rhodes, 5; McLinton, 2; Simpkins, 3. Georgia Tech 
(21), Moore, 1; Forrest, 3; Mackey, 3; Best, 5; Barry, 
6; Newbill, 2; Hill, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 8,175. 

North Carohna 77, Maryland 63 

North Carolina 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Sullivan 20 4-6 2-4 2 3 10 

Lynch 32 4-10 4-4 12 1 3 12 

Montross 33 7-8 3-5 7 3 17 

Rodl 18 0-3 2-2 16 12 

Phelps 31 5-8 0-0 8 2 2 11 

Williams 25 2-9 5-5 5 2 9 

Reese 20 3-7 0-0 12 16 

Salvadon 13 2-5 0-1 6 2 4 

Calabria 5 1-1 2-2 10 5 

Wenstrom 2 0-0 0-0 

Cherry 1 0-0 1-2 1 

TOTALS 200 28-57 19-25 44 14 15 77 




Evers Bums scored a career high 36 points against 
Georgia Tech on February 6, 1993. 



MIN FG 



Maryland 



FT R A PF TP 



Hipp 34 7-13 0-0 6 4 4 16 

Bums 36 3-13 4-4 4 13 10 

Kerwin 15 1-5 2-22034 

Rhodes 35 5-12 0-0 4 4 5 13 

McLinton 36 0-7 4-47624 

Lucas 25 4-6 1-2 3 13 10 

Simpkins 9 1-2 0-10112 

Shultz 2 0-0 0-00000 

Bristol 6 1-4 2-23104 

Walsh 2 0-0 0-00000 

TOTALS 200 22-62 13-15 30 18 21 63 

Halftone: North Carolina, 30-23 
Three Point Goals: North Carolina (2-7), Rodl, 0-2; 
Phelps, 1-2; Williams, 0-1; Reese, 0-1; Calabria, 1-1. 
Maryland (6-15), Hipp, 2-3; Rhodes, 3-9; Lucas, 1-1; 
Bristol, 0-2. Blocked Shots: North Carolina (4), 
Lynch, 2; Montross, 1; Salvadon, 1. Maryland (4), 
Hipp, 1; Burns, 1; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 1. Steals: 
North Carolina (6), Lynch, 1; Phelps, 2; Williams, 2; 
Cherry, 1. Maryland (6), Hipp, 3; Bums, 1; Rhodes, 
2. Turnovers: North Carolina (22), Sullivan, 2; 
Lynch, 7; Montross, 4; Rodl, 2; Phelps, 2; Williams, 
4; Salvadon, 1. Maryland (20), Hipp, 4; Bums, 3; 
Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 6; McLinton, 3; Lucas, 1; 
Simpkins, 1; Bristol, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 14,500. 



Florida State 87, Maryland 84 







Florida State 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Sura 


39 


13-24 


4-8 


9 


2 


3 


34 


Edwards 


37 


5-11 


9-14 


11 


2 


4 


19 


Dobard 


27 


4-5 


4-7 


4 





4 


12 


Cassell 


39 


4-10 


1-2 


7 


1 


4 


9 


Ward 


31 


3-4 


2-2 


2 


6 


2 


9 


Hands 


11 


1-2 


0-0 


1 








2 


Wells 


13 


1-3 


0-0 


1 





1 


2 


Robinson 


3 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





TOTALS 


200 


31-59 


20-33 


37 


11 


19 


87 






Maryland 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


31 


5-10 


0-0 


6 


3 


2 


12 


Lucas 


27 


1-5 


0-2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


Bums 


31 


11-15 


2-2 


8 


2 


5 


24 


Rhodes 


38 


5-14 


0-0 


8 


4 


4 


10 


McLinton 


38 


10-20 


12-15 


6 


5 


3 


32 


Kerwin 


17 


0-4 


4-4 


4 


1 


3 


4 


Simpkins 


13 


0-2 


0-0 





1 


1 





Walsh 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





1 






TOTALS 200 32-70 18-23 38 18 23 84 

Halftone: Maryland, 41-35 
Three Point Goals: Florida State (5-10), Sura, 4-7; 
Cassell, 0-1, Ward, 1-2. Maryland (2-9), Hipp, 2-3; 
Rhodes, 0-5; McLinton. 0-1. Blocked Shots: Florida 
State (9), Sura, 1; Edwards, 3; Dobard, 2; Cassel, 2; 
Wells, 1. Maryland (4). Rhodes, 2; Kerwin, 2. 
Turnovers: Florida State (28), Sura, 9; Edwards, 4; 
Dobard, 2; Cassell, 6; Ward, 5; Hands, 1; Wells, 1. 
Maryland (23), Hipp, 4; Lucas, 2; Bums, 2; Rhodes, 
5: McLinton, 5; Kerwin, 1, Simpkins, 4. Technical 
Fouls: Edwards, FSU, 2nd Half. Attendance: 14,500. 



86 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



Wake Forest 88, Maryland 64 

Maryland 





MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Lucas 


18 


1-4 


0-0 


2 





3 


2 


Hipp 


33 


3-10 


0-0 


6 


4 


1 


8 


Bums 


32 


5-13 


1-2 


5 





1 


11 


McLinton 


37 


6-17 


2-2 


5 


6 


2 


14 


Rhodes 


33 


6-11 


1-2 


4 


2 


1 


IE 


Kerwin 


20 


0-3 


1-2 


1 





4 


1 


Bristol 


12 


2-3 


1-1 


1 





1 


7 


Thibeault 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


1 











Simpkins 


3 


0-1 


0-0 





2 








Walsh 


3 


1-1 


2-2 


1 





3 


5 


Shultz 


7 


0-2 


0-0 


1 











TOTALS 


200 


24-66 


8-11 


29 


14 


16 


64 






Wake Forest 











MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Rogers 33 13-19 1-1 13 28 

Owens 34 3-9 0-0 7 2 3 6 

Hicks 31 8-14 2-2 9 1 18 

Blucas 26 5-8 0-0 2 3 2 13 

Childress 33 3-11 5-7 3 7 1 13 

Banks 18 2-2 0-0 4 12 4 

Harrison 10 1-2 0-0 2 2 

Castle 7 0-1 0-0 13 

Canty 1 0-0 0-0 

LaRue 2 0-1 0-0 

Rasmussen 3 1-1 0-0 2 

Fitzgibbons 11-1 0-1 10 2 

King 1 0-0 0-0 10 10 

TOTALS 200 37-69 8-11 31 18 10 88 

Halftime: Wake Forest, 36-33 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (8-18) Hipp, 2-5; 
Rhodes, 3-8; Bristol. 2-2; Thibeault, 0-1; Walsh, 1-1, 
Shultz, 0-1. Wake Forest (6-13), Rogers 1-2; Blucas, 
3-5; Childress, 2-6, Blocked Shots: Maryland (3), 
Hipp. 1; Bums, 1; Bristol, 1, Wake Forest (4), 
Rogers, 1; Hicks, 3. Steals: Maryland (4), Hipp, 1; 
Rhodes, 2; Kerwin, 1. Wake Forest (5), Rogers, 1; 
Hicks, 3, Blucas, 1. Turnovers: Maryland (11), Hipp, 
3; Bums, 1; McLinton, 2; Rhodes, 3; Bristol, 1. 
Wake Forest (18), Rogers, 3; Owens, 1; Hicks, 1; 
Blucas, 2; Childress, 1; Banks, 1; Castle, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 9,061. 

Maryland 88, N.C. State 71 

N.C. State 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 

Davis 32 3-5 0-1 2 3 3 9 

Lewis 20 1-8 2-3 3 15 4 

Thompson 36 9-16 1-3 17 3 2 19 

McCuller 32 4-12 0-2 2 2 2 10 

Marshall 30 6-14 0-0 3 5 1 15 

Wilson 19 3-6 0-0 4 3 3 7 

Fuller 21 1-5 2-2 2 13 4 

Newman 10 1-2 0-0 112 3 

TOTALS 200 28-68 5-11 35 19 21 71 



Maryland 



MTN FG 



FT 



R A PF TP 



Hipp 30 4-10 3-3 7 2 3 12 

Bums 31 6-10 10-13 8 2 1 22 

Kerwin 26 1-3 2-4 6 4 4 

Rhodes 31 4-9 3-6 5 4 3 12 

McLinton 36 11-17 5-5 4 7 2 27 

Bristol 12 0-2 0-0 2 

Shultz 22 3-5 0-0 6 17 

Simpkins 10 0-0 2-2 3 12 2 

Thibeault 1 0-0 0-2 110 

Walsh 1 1-1 0-0 10 2 

TOTALS 200 30-57 25-35 44 17 16 88 



Halftime: N.C. State, 39-35 
Three Point Goals: N.C. State (10-23). Davis, 3-4; 
McCuller, 2-6; Marshall, 3-9; Wilson, 1-2, Newman, 
1-2. Maryland (3-8). Hipp. 1-3; Rhodes, 1-3; Bristol, 
0-1; Shultz. 1-1. Blocked Shots: N.C. State (6), Davis, 
2, Thompson, 3; Wilson, 1. Maryland (6), Bums, 1; 
Kerwin, 5. Steals: N.C. State (6), Davis, 1; 
Thompson, 1; McCuller, 1; Marshall, 2; Newman. 1. 
Maryland (7), Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Rhodes, 2; 
McLinton, 2. Turnovers: N.C. State (18), Davis, 4; 
Lewis, 3; Thompspn, 5; Marshall, 3; Wilson, 2; 
Fuller, 1. Maryland (17), Hipp, 4; Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 
4; McLinton, 5; Bristol, 1; Shultz, 1; Simpkins, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 13,853. 

Clemson 81, Maryland 73 

Clemson 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Brown 27 0-5 0-0 2 110 

Gray 37 8-13 7-10 12 3 2 23 

Wright 28 8-12 3-4 11 1 5 19 

Martin 21 2-6 1-2 5 3 2 7 

Whitney 40 8-13 3-5 4 6 3 23 

Buckingham 19 1-2 2-4 7 2 3 4 

Bovain 26 2-4 0-0 3 2 5 

Tomera 2 0-1 0-0 

TOTALS 200 29-56 16-25 43 19 18 81 

Maryland 





MTN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


36 


6-13 


0-0 


7 


5 


3 


13 


Burns 


36 


10-20 


7-9 


13 


2 


5 


27 


Kerwin 


32 


3-12 


1-2 


7 





4 


7 


Rhodes 


37 


6-13 


0-2 


2 


3 


2 


14 


McLinton 


35 


2-18 


6-8 


7 


7 


5 


10 


Shultz 


11 


0-1 


0-0 


3 





1 





Bristol 


7 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


1 








Simpkins 


4 


1-2 


0-0 








1 


2 


Thibeault 


1 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





Lucas 


1 


0-0 


0-0 















TOTALS 200 28-80 14-21 43 18 22 73 

Halftime: Clemson, 39-31 
Three Point Goals: Clemson (7-16), Brown, 0-1; 
Martin, 2-4; Whmey. 4-8; Bavam, 1-3. Maryland (3- 
19), Hipp, 1-8; Rhodes. 2-6; McLinton, 0-3; Bristol, 
0-1 ; Simpkins, 0-1. Blocked Shots: Clemson (7), 
Gray, 1; Wright, 6. Maryland (3), Hipp, 1; Kerwin, 1; 
Shultz, 1. Steals: Clemson (5), Gray, 1; Whitney, 4. 
Maryland (14), Hipp, 2; Bums, 3; Kerwin, 1; 
Rhodes, 6; McLinton, 2. Turnovers: Clemson (21), 
Brown, 2; Gray, 5; Wright, 1; Martin, 3; Whitney, 5; 
Buckingham, 3; Bovain, 2 Maryland (12). Hipp, 1; 
Bums, 2; Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 7; Shultz, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,380. 




Johnny Rhodes had a career high six steals and 13 
points versus Clemson on February 24, 1993. 

Duke 95, Maryland 79 



Maryland 



MIN FG 



FT 



R A PF TP 



Hipp 25 4-9 0-4 6 2 4 8 

Bums 27 6-8 0-3 4 15 12 

Kerwin 24 4-6 0-0 4 4 8 

Bristol 12 2-3 0-2 10 14 

McLinton 34 9-18 4-6 3 11 2 22 

Rhodes 33 8-15 1-2 4 5 2 19 

Simpkins 16 0-1 0-0 6 4 

Lucas 21 1-2 0-0 3 14 3 

Walsh 7 1-3 0-0 2 10 3 

Thibeault 1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 35-65 5-17 30 27 26 79 

Duke 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hill.T. 29 3-11 6-9 6 3 13 

Lang 30 6-7 5-8 9 13 17 

Parks 30 6-10 4-5 12 2 16 

Hurley 35 6-11 3-6 1 12 2 19 

Collins 23 3-8 1-2 2 19 

Clark 18 3-5 0-1 4 3 16 

Meek 15 3-3 3-6 8 3 4 9 

Blakeney 17 3-5 0-0 116 

Brown 2 0-0 0-0 10 

Brunson 1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 33-61 22-37 42 17 18 95 

Halftime: Duke, 53-29 

Three Point Goals: Maryland (4-10), Hipp, 0-2; 
Bristol, 0-1; McLinton, 0-1, Rhodes. 2-4; Lucas, 1-1; 
Walsh, 1-1. Duke (7-14), Hill, T„ 1-1; Hurley, 4-5; 
Collins, 2-6; Blakeney, 0-1; Brown, 0-1. Blocked 
Shots: Maryland (2), Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1. Duke (6), 
Parks. 5; Hurley, 1. Steals: Maryland (7), Hipp, 3; 
Kerwin, 1; Bristol, 1; McLinton, 2. Duke (9), Hill, T., 
2; Lang, 2; Hurley, 3; Collins, 1; Clark, 1 
Turnovers: Maryland (15), Hipp. 2; Bums, 2; 
McLinton, 6; Simpkins, 3; Lucas; 2. Duke (20); Hill, 
T., 2; Lang, 2; Parks, 3, Hurley, 5; Colllins, 2; Clark, 
2; Meek, 2; Blakeney, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 9,314 



fERP RECORD BOOK 



87 




Kevin McLinton scored his 1,000 career point 
versus Virginia on March 6, 1993. 



Virginia 88, Maryland 74 



Hipp 

Burns 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Lucas 

Walsh 

Simpkins 

Shultz 

Bristol 

TOTALS 



Burrough 

Williford 

Jeffries 

Parker 

Alexander 

Smith 

Barnes 

Wilson 

Mitchell 

TOTALS 



MIN 

26 

35 

14 

38 

30 

21 

6 

19 

5 

6 



Maryland 



FG 

2-6 

6-16 

1-3 

9-14 

3-12 

4-9 

1-4 

2-7 

0-1 

0-0 



FT 
0-0 
1-3 
1-2 
0-1 
6-9 
1-1 
1-1 
1-2 
0-0 
1-2 



R 


A 


PF 


TP 


2 


3 


4 


4 


14 


1 


5 


13 


1 





4 


3 


3 


1 


3 


23 


3 


6 


5 


13 


10 





3 


9 


3 





1 


3 


2 


5 


2 


5 


1 

















1 


1 



200 28-72 12-21 42 16 28 74 



MIN 
32 
24 
30 
33 
37 
25 
17 
1 
1 



Virginia 



FG 

8-14 

3-10 

5-9 

4-10 

7-12 

1-6 

6-9 

0-0 

0-1 



FT 

1-4 

0-0 

5-8 

4-7 

6-11 

0-0 

3-6 

0-0 

0-0 



R 
13 
4 
12 
9 
2 
1 
5 





PF TP 



17 
7 

15 

12 

20 

5 



15 



200 34-71 19-36 51 26 20 



Halftime: Virginia, 38-25 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (6-14), Hipp, 0-1 ; 
Rhodes, 5-8; McLinton, 1-2; Lucas, 1-2; Simpkins. 
0-2. Virginia (1-8), Williford, 1-2; Parker, 0-3; Smith, 
0-3. Blocked Shots: Maryland (12), Hipp, 1 ; Bums, 4; 
Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 1; Lucas, 3; Simpkins, 2; 
Bristol, 1 Virginia (9), Burrough, 5; Jeffries, 1; 
Parker, 1, Barnes, 2. Steals: Maryland (9), Burns, 4; 
Rhodes, 1; McLinton, 1; Lucas, 1; Simpkins, 1; 
Bristol. 1 . Virginia (11), Burrough. 1 ; Williford, 3 ; 
Jeffries, 1; Parker, 3; Alexander, 2; Smith. 1 
Turnovers: Maryland (20) Burns. 4; Kerwin. 1; 
Rhodes, 2; McLinton, 7; Lucas, 3; Simpkins, 2; 
Bristol, 1. Virgrnia (16), Burrough, 2; Williford, 1; 
Jeffries. 3; Parker. 5; Alexander, 4; Smith. 1 
Technical Fouls: Virginia Bench. Atttendance: 
8,864. 

Maryland 76, N.C. State 55 

ACC Tournament 

N.C. State 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

29 4-9 1-1 5 3 4 10 

27 3-13 2-2 7 118 

32 6-15 3-5 14 1 3 15 

36 2-13 0-0 5 2 15 

31 1-8 1-4 2 3 4 4 

16 1-3 0-0 8 2 2 

11 2-6 0-0 3 2 4 

15 3-4 0-2 13 7 

2 0-0 0-0 

1 0-1 0-0 

200 22-72 7-14 50 55 20 55 



Davis 

Lewis 

Thompson 

McCuller 

Marshall 

Fuller 

Wilson 

Bakalli 

Newman 

Kane 

TOTALS 



Hipp 

Burns 

Kerwin 

Rhodes 

McLinton 

Lucas 

Simpkins 

Walsh 

Bristol 

Thibeault 

Shultz 

TOTALS 



Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

30 4-11 3-4 9 4 1 11 

35 7-13 3-4 8 2 4 17 

22 5-7 2-2 2 4 12 

33 2-10 2-2 13 7 3 6 

35 2-6 2-3 14 2 8 

15 1-4 0-0 5 12 

21 3-4 3-6 2 12 14 

4 0-2 1-2 10 1 

3 1-2 0-0 10 3 

1 0-0 2-2 2 

1 0-0 0-0 

200 25-59 22-29 43 19 17 76 



Halftime: Maryland, 31-26 
Three Point Goals: N.C. State (4-21), Davis, 1-3; 
Lewis, 0-1; McCuller, 1-8; Marshall, 1-4; Fuller, 0-1; 
Wilson, 0-1, Bakalli, 1-2; Kane. 0-1. Maryland (4-13), 
Hipp, 0-1; Rhodes, 0-5; McLinton, 1-2; Simpkins, 
2-3; Bristol, 1-2. Blocked Shots: N.C. State (1), Lewis. 
1. Maryland (3), Hipp, 1; Burns, 1; Rhodes, 1. Steals: 
N.C. State (5); Lewis, 2; Marshall, 2; Fuller, 1. 
Maryland (9), Hipp, 1; Burns, 2; Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 
2; McLinton, 1; Lucas, 1; Simpkins, 1. Turnovers: 
N.C. State (17), Davis, 3; Lewis, 1; Thompson. 2; 
McCuller, 2; Marshall, 3; Wilson, 2; Bakalli, 3; Kane, 
1. Maryland (9), Hipp, 1; Burns, 1; Kerwin, 2; 
McLinton, 3; Simpkins, 1; Thibeault, 1. Technical 
Fouls; None. Attendance: 17, 978. 



North Carolina 102, Maryland 66 

ACC Tournament 

Maryland 





MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


29 


7-15 


3-4 





2 


2 


19 


Burns 


29 


6-18 


2-6 


11 


2 


5 


14 


Kerwin 


22 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


1 


3 





Rhodes 


30 


6-12 


0-1 


5 


3 





15 


McLinton 


29 


2-9 


0-0 


6 


3 


1 


4 


Simpkins 


25 


3-8 


1-2 


1 


6 


3 


8 


Lucas 


16 


1-3 


1-2 


2 


1 


4 


3 


Walsh 


7 


0-1 


0-0 


1 





1 





Shultz 


6 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





Bristol 


4 


1-4 


1-2 


3 








3 


Thibeault 


3 


0-1 


0-0 














TOTALS 


200 


26-73 


8-17 


33 


18 


20 


66 




North Carolina 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Sullivan 


14 


3-3 


1-1 


2 


1 


2 


7 


Lynch 


28 


9-15 


4-5 


15 


1 


1 


22 


Salvadori 


13 


2-5 


2-2 


5 





2 


6 


Phelps 


15 


1-5 


0-0 


3 


4 


4 


2 


Williams 


23 


2-7 


2-2 


1 


3 





7 


Montross 


24 


4-6 


3-3 


8 





2 


11 


Reese 


20 


5-11 


6-7 


6 


3 


2 


16 


Rodl 


15 


1-3 


2-2 


1 


7 


1 


4 


Calabria 


14 


1-6 


0-0 


3 


3 


2 


2 


Cherry 


10 


1-1 


2-2 





1 





5 


Wenstrom 


9 


2-2 


2-2 


1 


1 





6 


Geth 


6 


3-4 


1-1 


5 





7 





Davis 


6 


3-6 


1-2 


2 





1 


7 


Stephenson 


3 


0-1 


0-0 














TOTALS 


200 


37-75 


26-29 


57 


24 


17 


102 



Halftime: North Carolina. 51-34 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (6-19); Hipp. 2-5; 
Rhodes, 3-7; Simpkins, 1-3; Walsh, 0-1; Bristol, 0-3. 
North Carolina (2-8), Williams, 1-4; Reese, 0-1; Rodl, 
0-1; Calabna, 0-1; Cherry. 1-1. Blocked Shots: 
Maryland (4), Burns, 2; Kerwin, 2. North Carolina 
(3); Salvadori, 1; Reese, 1; Cherry, 1. Steals: 
Maryland (9), Hipp. 1; Rhodes. 2; McLinton, 2; 
Simpkins, 2; Lucas, 2. North Carolina (10), Lynch, 3; 
Phelps, 2; Williams, 2; Reese, 1; Calabna, 1; Geth, 
1. Turnovers: Maryland (18). Hipp. 1; Burns. 3; 
Kerwin, 1; Rhodes, 3; McLinton, 5; Simpkins. 6; 
Lucas, 1. North Carolina (17), Lynch, 2; Salvadori, 1. 
Phelps, 2; Williams, 1; Montross, 4; Reese. 3; Rodl, 
1; Wenstron, 3. Technical Fouls: Mano Lucas, UM, 
first half Attendance: 23,532. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME 



The Athletic 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 
of 1930), 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. 

Qualifications for 
nominees include being 
out of school at least 10 
years, having earned a 
minimum of one varsity 
letter, and if not an 
undergraduate 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) 
Geary FEppley '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 '39 

football, lacrosse 
•Julius J. Radice '30 

football, basketball, 

baseball 
'H. Burton Shipley' 14, 

football, basketball, 

baseball, coach 
•William G 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. Elhnger '37, 

football, lacrosse 
Albert B. 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" 
Morris '13, 

football, baseball 
John C. Norns '32, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse 
•Edwin E.Powell '13, 

lacrosse 



•Gordon S Pugh '32, 

lacrosse 
John C. Scarbath '52, 

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

football, lacrosse 
•James M. Tatum, 

football coach 
Reginald Van Trump Train '14, 

lacrosse, coach 
Robert Ward '52, 

football, coach 
Albert W. Woods '33, 

football, coach 

1985 Inductees 

Frank H.Cromn '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 
John W. 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, 

coach 
Thomas A. Mont '47, 

football, basketball, 

lacrosse, coach 
'George W. Knepley '39, 

basketball, baseball 
'Howard V. Keene'21. 

baseball 
Charles E. Wicker '56 

lacrosse, soccer 




Cfiarlie Keller 



1988 Inductees 

Clayton A. Beardmore '62, 

lacrosse, coach 
Bernard J. Faloney '53, 

football, baseball 
John D. Gilmore, Jr. '43, 

football, basketball, track 

and field, boxing 
Herman A. Millikan, 

basketball coach 
Raymond J Poppelman '33, 

football, lacrosse 
Doyle P. Royal'43, 

tennis, soccer, coach 
'Victor G. Willis '37, 

football, basketball, 

baseball 

1989 Inductees 

William R.Campbell'56, 

swimming and diving 

coach 
W. Ernest Fischer '54, 

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

lacrosse 
Edward Ronkin '32, 

basketball, lacrosse 
John W. Simmons, Jr. '56, 

lacrosse 




1990 Inductees 

Hotsy Alperstein, '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 

1991 Inductees 

John B. Flynn '46 

basketball 
Stan Jones '53 

football 
Alan Lowe '67 

lacrosse 
Richard Moran '60 

lacrosse 
Edward Rieder '49 

boxing, soccer 
Gene Shue '54 

basketball 
Robert Smith '42 

football, baseball 

1992 ■ No Inductees 

1993 Inductees 

James H. Belt '51 

soccer 
G. Irene Knox '34 

rifle 
'Raymond Krouse '50 

football 
Richard "Little Mo" 
Modzelewski '53 

football 
VinceD. Palumbo '55 

boxing 

•Deceased 



Bud Millikan 



TERPS RECORD BOOK 



89 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



SCORING 



Game 



1, 


44 


2. 


41 


3. 


40 


4. 


39 


T5. 


38 



10. 36 
Til. 35 



T14. 34 



T18. 33 



T25. 32 



by Ernest Graham vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 

by Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

by Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (SC Toum., 1954) 

by Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest (1-22-92)* 

by Walt Williams vs. Clemson (at ACC, 3-12-92) 

by Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92)* 

by Albert King vs. Clemson (ACC Toum., 2-29-80) 

by Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

by Howard White vs. South Carolina (12-16-70) 

by Evers Burns vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

by Jerrod Mustaf, vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

by Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 

by Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71) 

by Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 

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) 

by Walt Williams at Virginia (1-29-92)' 

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

by Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 

by Len Bias at George Mason (11-26-85) 

by Tom McMillen vs. Navy (N-site, 1-20-73) 

by Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 

by Howard White vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 

by Kevin McLinton vs. Florida State (2-13-93) 

by Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92)* 

by Rudy Archer vs. 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) 

by Walt Williams vs. Virginia (3-7-92) 

by Walt Williams vs. Clemson (1-25-92)* 

by Walt Williams vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 

by Len Bias vs. UNLV (N-Site, 12-7-85) 

by Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell (12-22-79) 

by John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 

by John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

by Walt Williams vs. Florida State (1-18-92)* 

by Walt Williams at N.C. State (1-1 1-92)* 

by Walt Williams vs. Rutgers (N-site, 12-27-90) 

by Walt Williams vs. Boston College (N-site, 12-3-90) 

by Jerrod Mustaf vs. Delaware St. (11-25-89) 

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) 



' denotes consecutive games during 1991-92 season 



T32. 31 



T39. 30 



Season 


l. 


776 


2 


743 


3. 


701 


4. 


674 


5. 


671 


6. 


667 


7 


654 


8 


616 


9 


609 


10 


605 


11. 


564 


12. 


559 


T13. 


557 


15 


541 


16. 


524 


17. 


518 


18. 


512 


19. 


510 


20. 


508 


Career 


l. 


2,146 


2. 


2,058 


3. 


2,017 


4. 


2,015 


5. 


1,807 


6 


1,704 


7. 


1,607 


8. 


1,561 


9. 


1,457 


10. 


1,386 


11, 


1,380 


12. 


1,370 


13. 


1,354 


14. 


1,300 


15. 


1,266 


16. 


1,244 


17. 


1,235 


18. 


1,219 


19. 


1,198 


20 


1,161 


21. 


1,153 


22 


1,094 


23. 


1,087 


24. 


1,026 


25. 


1,017 


26. 


1,007 


27. 


987 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Albert 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) 
by Albert King (1980-81) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 
by Adrian Branch (1982-83 
by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
by Evers Bums (1992-93) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Gene Shue (1952-53) 



by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Walt Williams (1988-92) 
by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 
by Greg Manning (1977-81) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-1988) 
by Gene Shue (1951-54) 
by Evers Bums (1989-93) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by Lee Brawley (1949-52) 
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 Gatlin (1984-88) 
by Brad Davis (1974-76) 
by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
by Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 
by Pete Johnson (1966-69) 



SCORING AVERAGE 



Season 



1. 


26.8 


2. 


23.3 


3. 


23.2 


4. 


22.1 


5. 


21.8 


6. 


21.7 


7. 


21.2 


8. 


208 


9 


204 


0. 


20.3 


1. 


20.1 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Will Hetzel (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 McMillen (1971-72) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 




Albert King played only 
three years as a Terp but is 
second on the all-time 
career scoring list with 
2,058 points. 




Gene Shue was a 1954 All- 
America and held the all- 
time career scoring record 
at Maryland for 20 years 
after his graduation. 



90 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



SCORING AVERAGE (continued) 



Career 



1. 


20.5 


2. 


187 


3. 


18.3 


4. 


18.0 


5. 


17.4 


6. 


16.6 


7. 


16.2 



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 JerrodMustaf (1988-90) 
by Walt Williams (1988-92) 



REDOUNDS 



Game 



1. 


26 


T2. 


24 


4. 


23 


T5. 


22 



T9. 



T12. 



21 



20 



Season 



1. 


412 


2 


363 


3. 


351 


4. 


336 


5. 


323 


6. 


321 


7. 


318 


8. 


314 


9. 


306 


10. 


290 


Cai 
l. 


r eer 

1,053 


2. 


948 


3. 


928 


4. 


895 


5. 


859 


6. 


849 


7. 


795 


8. 


745 


9. 


722 


10. 


715 



by Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 

by Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 

by Will Hetzel vs. West Virginia (12-4-68) 

by Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

by Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 

by Buck Williams at UNLV (12-4-78) 

by Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (1958) 

by Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (1956) 

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) 

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 (1989-90) 
by Tom McMUlen (1971-72) 
by Len Elmore (1972-73) 

by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
by Buck Williams (1978-81) 
by Larry Gibson (1975-80) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
byAl Bunge (1957-60) 
by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 



RESOUNDING AVERAGE 



Season 



1. 


14.7 


2. 


14.0 


3. 


12.6 


4. 


122 


5. 


11.7 


6. 


11.2 


7. 


11.1 


8. 


11.0 


9. 


10.8 


10. 


107 


Career 


l. 


122 


T2 


10.9 



106 



by Len Elmore (1973-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
byAl Bunge (1959-60) 
by Will Hetzel (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) 
byAl Bunge (1957-60) 



ASSISTS 



Game 

1. 13 
T2 12 



Season 



1. 


221 


2. 


204 


3. 


178 


4. 


175 


5 


172 


6. 


165 


7. 


159 


8. 


154 


9. 


149 


10. 


148 


Career 


l. 


649 


2. 


514 


3. 


469 


4. 


460 


5. 


431 


6. 


410 


7. 


360 


8. 


346 


9. 


304 


T10. 


294 



by Keith Gatlm 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 Camsius (12-17-71) 

by Keith Gatlm (6.0 apg; 1984-85) 
by Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 
by John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 
by Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 1989-93) 
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 Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg; 1991-92) 
by Walt Williams (4.5 apg; 1989-90) 
by Keith Gatlin (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 

by Keith Gatlm (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 
by John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1972-76) 
by Kevin McLinton (5.2 apg; 1989-93) 
by Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 
byBradDavis(5.1apg; 1974-77) 
by Walt Williams (3.9 apg; 1988-92) 
by Jeff Adkins (2.8 apg; 1981-85) 
by Ernest Graham (2.9 apg; 1977-81) 
by Albert King (2.6 apg; 1977-81) 
by Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg; 1987-90) 
by Kevin McLinton (4.7 apg; 1989-93) 




len Elmore holds Maryland's 
game, season and career 
rebounding records. 




Keith Gatlin dished off a 
record number of assists as 
a Terp in a single game, 
season and career. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



91 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



STEALS 

Game 

Tl. 7 



T3. 



Season 



1. 


71 


2. 


64 


3. 


60 


T4. 


47 


T6. 


46 


8. 


46 


T9. 


45 


Til. 


43 


T13. 


42 



Career 



1. 


175 


2. 


170 


3. 


137 


4. 


136 


5. 


123 


6. 


119 


7. 


114 


8. 


110 



10. 



90 



by Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-11-89) 
by Walt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mary's (1 1-23-91) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
by Vmce Broadnax at Clemson (2-6-91) 
by Albert King at Clemson ( 1 - 1 7-8 1 ) 
by Albert King vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
by Ernest Graham vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
by Dutch Morley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
by John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 



by Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg; 1992-93) 
by Dutch Morley (2.1 spg; 1979-80) 
by Walt Williams (2.1 spg; 1991-92) 
by Evers Burns (1.7 spg; 1992-93) 
by Walt Williams (1.7 spg; 1989-90) 
by Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg; 1992-93) 
by Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg; 1991-92) 
by Greg Nared (1.6 spg; 1988-89) 
by Derrick Lewis (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 Adrian Branch (1.4 spg; 1980-81) 
by Albert King (1.4 spg; 1979-80) 



by Walt Williams (1.7 spg; 1988-92) 
by Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1978-82) 
by Derrick Lewis (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 
by Kevin McLinton (1.5 spg; 1989-93) 
by Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
by Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
by Evers Bums (1.0 spg; 1989-93) 
by Jeff Adkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
by Adrian Branch (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
by Keith Gatlin (0.7 spg; 1983-88) 



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 


T10. 


42 



by Cednc 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 Cednc Lewis, 3 times 

last time; vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

by Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 

by Cednc 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 Cednc Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1990-91) 
by Derrick 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 Derrick 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) 



Career 



1. 


339 


2. 


239 


3. 


182 


4. 


97 


5. 


87 


6. 


86 


7. 


81 


8. 


75 



by Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) 
by Cednc 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 Walt Williams (0.8 bpg; 1988-92) 
by Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Game (minimum 5 attempts) 

Tl. 1.000 (8-8) 



(8-8) 



by Buck Williams vs. Camsms (12-23-78) 
by Gary Williams vs. South Carolina (12-66) 
by Greg Manning vs. F. Dickinson (12-10-80) 
by Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne (12-10-83) 
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) byBuck 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. Minnesota ( 1 96 1 ) 
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) 



by Greg Manning (1977-81) 
by Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 
by Keith Gatlin (1983-88) 
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 


l. 


.908 (79-87) 


2. 


.864 (209-242) 


3. 


.863 (57-66) 


4. 


.862 (50-58) 


5. 


.857 (66-77) 


Career 


l. 


.858 (315-367) 


2. 


.803 (418-517) 


3. 


.802 (163-205) 


4. 


.799 (409-512) 




Derrick Lewis is the most 
prolific shot blocker in 
school history; he holds the 
Terp records for blocks in a 
single game, season and 
career. 




Johnny Rhodes set the single 
season Terp record for 
steals in a season as a 
freshman with 71 during 
the 1992-93 season. 



92 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



TEAM RECORDS 



SCORING 

Game High (Maryland) 



1. 130 (130-106) vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

2. 128 (128-103) vs. Camsius (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. Georgetown (12-11-73) 

(115-76) vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 

(115-60) vs. UMES (11-26-91) 

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) 

(85-105) by Florida State (1992-93) 



Game High (Combined) 



l. 

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 



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 



l. 

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 



1, 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



89.9 
88.2 
87.1 
85.7 
83.2 
82.1 
81.0 
80.2 
80.0 
79.8 



1974-75 
1975-76 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1989-90 
1977-78 
1991-92 
1990-91 
1979-80 
1992-93 



Rebounding Average 



l. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
T8. 



48.9 
48.3 
45.4 
45.1 
44.7 
44.4 
44.3 
44.0 



10. 43.5 



1973-74 
1955-56 
1972-73 
1968-69 
1964-65 
1970-71 
1965-66 
1967-68 
1960-61 
1974-75 




Jerrod Musta/ was the 
leading scorer on 
Maryland's highest scoring 
team, the 1989-90 Terps. 



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) 



Steals 

Game 

1. 17 

T2. 16 



T5. 



15 



vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-23-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
vs. Rider (12-23-91) 
vs Miami, Ohio (12-25-79) 
vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
vs. Clemson (1-13-81) 
vs. American (11-30-91) 
vs. Morgan State (12-26-92) 



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. 



258 
242 
233 
227 
217 



1971-72 
1973-74 
1972-73 
1989-90 
1974-75 



Field Goals Made 








Game 


Season 






Tl. 55 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 


1. 


1,089 


1972-73 


vs. Camsius (12-23-78) 


2. 


1,049 


1974-75 


3. 52 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 


3. 


1,038 


1984-85 


T4. 51 vs. Virginia (3-2-74) 


4. 


1,012 


1973-74 


vs. Boston Univ. (12-8-75) 


5. 


1,002 


1989-90 


Field Goals Attempted 








Game 


Season 






1. 99 vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 


1. 


2,094 


1972-73 


2. 97 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 


2. 


2,073 


1989-90 


T3. 93 vs. Miami, Ohio (12-29-70) 


3. 


2,065 


1984-85 


vs. G.Washington (12-4-71) 


4. 


1,983 


1973-74 


vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 


5. 


1,918 


1974-75 


Field Goal Percentage 








Game 


Season 






1. .833 vs. South Carolina (1-9-71) 


1. 


.551 


1979-80 


2. .739 vs. Wake Forest (1-28-86) 


2. 


.547 


1974-75 


3. .732 vs. N.C. State (12-20-80) 


3. 


.539 


1983-84 


4. .704 vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 


4. 


.537 


1975-76 


5. .667 vs. UMES (2-17-86) 


5. 


.532 


1980-81 


Free Throws Made 








Game 


Season 






1. 40 vs. North Carolina (1958) 


1. 


633 


1989-90 


T2. 35 vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 


2. 


590 


1957-58 


vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 


3. 


586 


1971-72 


T4. 34 vs. James Madison (1-23-87) 


4. 


532 


1953-54 


vs. Lafayette (11-29-81) 


5. 


527 


1990-91 


vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 








Free Throws Attempted 








Game 


Season 






1 . 57 vs. North Carolina (1-53) 


1. 


893 


1989-90 


2. 52 vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 


2. 


858 


1957-58 


3. 47 vs. Bucknell (12-22-76) 


3. 


787 


1953-54 


T4. 46 vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 


4. 


786 


1971-72 


vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 


5. 


772 


1990-91 


Free Throw Percentage 








Game 


Season 






1. 1.000 (19-19) vs. Holy Cross (1-21-85) 


1. 


.758 


1975-76 


2. .966 (28-29) vs. Duke (2-7-76) 


2. 


.757 


1974-75 


3. .950 (19-20) vs. Duke (2-2-80) 


3. 


.751 


1981-82 


4. .932 (28-31) vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 


4. 


.747 


1959-60 


5 .931 (27-29) vs. Texas Christian (11-25-88) 


T5. 


.746 


1971-72 
1973-74 


Assists 








Game 


Season 






1. 36 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 


1. 


583 


1989-90 


2. 35 vs. Brown (12-1-71) 


2. 


575 


1984-85 


3. 32 vs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 


3. 


558 


1979-80 


T4. 31 vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 


4. 


557 


1972-73 


vs. Miami, Ohio (12-28-79) 


5. 


548 


1983-84 



1992-93 
1991-92 
1979-80 
1990-91 
1989-90 



Season 






1. 


185 


1990-91 


2. 


181 


1984-85 


3. 


162 


1989-90 


4. 


155 


1976-77 


5. 


143 


1986-87 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



93 



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 


24 


563-1417 


.398 


- 


- 


447-682 


.657 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1178-49.0 


1573-65.5 


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 


1991-92 


29 


848-1880 


.451 


128-394 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 


1992-93 


28 


813-1907 


.443 


163-146 


.366 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


2235-79.8 



94 



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 


- 


- 


1057-377 


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 


- 


- 


802-277 


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 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


.470 


164-440 


.373 


467-729 


.641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78.9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


.443 


163-446 


.313 


437-661 


.661 


521 


170 


203 


544-17 


408 


694 


1186-42.4 


2226-79.5 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



95 



SEASON LEADERS 



SCORING 




Year 


Leader 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


1951-52 


not available 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


1963-64 


George Suder 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


1970-71 


Howard White 




Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 




Steve Sheppard 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


1979-80 


Albert King 


1980-81 


Albert King 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


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 


Jerrod Mustaf 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 




Walt Williams 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


1992-93 


Evers Bums 


REBOUNDING 




Year 


Leader 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


1963-64 


Rrck Wise 




Gary Ward 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


1967-68 


Rich Drescher 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 



Pts-Avg. 

404-15.0 

508-22.1 
654-21.8 
487-20.3 
490-20.4 
342-13.2 
401-13.8 
311-14.8 
383-16.6 
347-13.4 
380-15.2 
365-17.4 
327-13.0 
512-19.7 
430-17.2 
392-16.3 
360-15.0 
605-23.3 
428-16.5 
389-15.6 
342-16.3 
667-20.8 
616-21.2 
564-20.1 
469-19.5 
557-19.9 
338-13.0 
309-16.2 
423-15.5 
499-16.6 
674-21.7 
559-18.0 
442-15.2 
541-18.7 
491-15.3 
701-18.9 
743-23.2 
510-19.6 
466-15.0 
481-16.6 
609-18.5 
497-17.8 
318-18.7 
776-26.8 
518-18.5 



Rbs-Avg. 

336-14.0 
195- 7.5 
265- 9.1 
241-10.5 
289-12.6 
279-10.7 
235- 9.4 

184- 8.8 

185- 7.1 
103- 7.4 
271-10.4 
241- 9.6 
195- 8.1 
202- 8.4 
318-12.2 
258- 9.9 




John Lucas (ahbom) led the 
Terps in scoring three 
consecutive years, the only 
player in school history to 
do so. 




Len Elmore averaged 14.7 
rebounds a game during the 
1973-74 season, a mark that 
still stands as the Terp 
record. 



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 
1991-92 
1992-93 



Barry Yates 
Len Elmore 
Len Elmore 
Len Elmore 
Tom Roy 
Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Buck Williams 
Buck Williams 
Buck Williams 
Herman Veal 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Massenburg 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Evers Bums 
Evers Bums 



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 
1991-92 
1992-93 



Leader 

Dick Koffenberger 
not available 
Gene Shue 
Gene Shue 
not available 
Bob O'Brien 
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 Manning 
Buck Williams 
Charles Pittman 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Tom Jones 
Dernck Lewis 
Brian Williams 
Tony Massenburg 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Garfield Smith 
Evers Bums 
Evers Bums 



224- 8.6 
351-11.0 
290-11.2 
412-14.7 
321-11.1 
249- 8.9 
157- 9.8 
228- 8.4 
253- 9.0 
323-10.8 
242-10.1 
363-11.7 
213- 7.3 



242- 
269- 
251- 
224- 
248- 
237- 
226- 



3 1 
8 4 
6 8 
7.0 
95 
7.6 
7.8 



314-10.1 
233- 8.3 
206- 7.1 
249- 8.9 



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 
.516 
.506 



96 



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 McMillen 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


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 Manning 


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 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


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 Manning 


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 


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 
.781 
.822 



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 




Jo Jo Hunter led the Terps 
in free throw percentage 
and steals during the 1977- 
78 season. 




Cedric Lewis led the team 
in blocks three years and in 
steals one year during his 
career. 



1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


111-4 3 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


172-5.5 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


135-4.8 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


149-4.5 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


123-4.4 




Walt Williams 


91-5.4 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


154-5.3 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


175-6.3 


BLOCKS 






Year 


Leader 


Blk-Avg. 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


67-2.5 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


57-2.0 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson 


58-1.9 


1979-80 


Taylor Baldwin 


35-1.1 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


29-0.9 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


31-1.3 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


33-1.1 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


42-1.3 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis 


99-2.7 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


71-2.2 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


•114-4.4 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


55-1.8 


1988-89 


Cedric Lewis 


36-1.3 


1989-90 


Cedric Lewis 


49-1.5 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


'#143-5.1 


1991-92 


Chris Kerwin 


31-1.1 


1992-93 


Chris Kerwin 


30-1.1 


* second-best total 


in the nation that season 




# ACC Record 






STEALS 






Year 


Leader 


Stl-Avg. 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


27-1.4 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26-1.0 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


43-1.4 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


64-2.1 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


42-1.4 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


33-1.1 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


23-0.8 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


29-1.0 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


45-1.2 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


37-1.1 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


38-1.5 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


45-1.5 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


46-1.6 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


67-1.7 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


42-1.5 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


60-2.1 


1992-93 


Johnny Rhodes 


71-2.5 



97 



MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS 




Barry Yates is the co-holder 
of the school record for 
consecutive field goals 
made with 10 versus Miami 
(FL) on December 29, 1970. 




Greg Manning holds the 
Terps record for consecutive 
held goals made, 15, in a 
career. 



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. Washington & 

Lee (2-53) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 10 by Barry Yates vs. Miami 

(12-29-70)/by Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Free Throws Made: 17 by Tom McMillen vs. Camsius 

(12-17-71) 
Free Throws Attempted: 20 by Tom McMillen vs. Camsius 

(12-17-71) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 15 by Albert King vs. 

Boston Univ. (2-79) 
3-Point Field Goals Made: 7 by Walt Williams vs. Florida St. 

(2-5-92) 
3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 22 by Walt Williams vs. 

Clemson (2-22-92) 

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: 131 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

Consecutive Games Played: 109 by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

Games Started: 113 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

Field Goals Made: 862 by Albert Kmg (1977-81) 

Consecutive Field Goals Made: 15 by Greg Manning 

(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 (11-72) 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 : 9 vs. Clemson (1-25-92) 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 29 vs. Clemson (2-22-92) 

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 

(last time vs. Georgia Tech, 2-6-93) 
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) 




Maryland's 1977-78 team scored a team record 130 points in one game, scored a team record 77 points in one hall and holds 
the sixth highest team scoring average in history. 



98 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



MARGIN OF VICTORY 



LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY 

Margin Opponent Score 

+ 66 Md.-Eastem Shore (2-27-87) 117-51 

+ 64 DePauw (1974-75) 113-49 

+ 57 DePauw (1975-76) 99-42 

= 55 Md.-Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 115-60 

+ 53 Towson State (2-21-85) 91-38 

+ 52 Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 113-61 

+ 49 E.Kentucky (1973-74) 106-57 

+ 46 Appalachian St. (1974-75) 96-50 

+ 45 Brown (1972-73) 127-82 

+ 44 Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 97-53 

+ 43 Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 108-65 

+ 40 Morgan State (1992-93) 103-63 

+ 40 Boston Univ. (1975-76) 122-82 

+ 40 South Carolina (1957-58) 99-59 

+ 40 Clemson (1953-54) 81-41 

LARGEST MARGINS OF DEFEAT 

Margin Opponent Score 

-63 Bainbridge Navy (1944-45) 85-22 

-57 Miami (Fla.) (1968-69) 92-35 

-53 Army (1943-44) 78-25 

-44 Seton Hall (1941-42) 59-15 

-39 Wake Forest (1962-63) 80-41 

-38 West Virginia (1946-47) 81-43 

-38 Navy (1932-33) 59-21 



TERPS IN THE FINAL 






1993 ACC TEAM STATISTICS 




Turnover Margin 


1st 


3.3 


Scoring Offense 


4th 


79.8 


Steals 


4th 


9.2 


Free Throw Percentage 


6th 


.672 


Blocked Shots 


7th 


3.5 


Field Goal Percentage 


7th 


.443 


Scoring Defense 


8th 


79.5 


Scoring Margin 


8th 


+ 0.3 


3 Point Field Goal Percentage 


9th 


.314 


3 Point Field Goals Per Game 


9th 


3.8 


Rebound Margin 


9th 


-2.5 



lOO-POINT GAMES 

Total 100-point Games: 67 
Most in a Season: 8 (1973-74) 
Most Consecutive 100-point 

Games: 2 
Last 100-point Game: 
January 2, 1993 



Score 


Opponent 


1992-93 


(3) 


103-80 


Md. -Baltimore Cty 


103-63 


Morgan State 


109-69 


Howard 


1991-92 


(2) 


115-60 


Md.-Eastem Shore 


101-91 


West Virginia 


1990-91 


(1) 


104-100 


N.C. State 


1989-90 


(5) 


105-74 


Augusta College 


104-86 


George Mason 


110-91 


Alcorn State 


111-114 


Duke (OT) 


113-61 


Md -Baltimore Cty 


1987-88 


(1) 


101-51 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


1986-87 


(1) 


117-51 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


1983-84 


(3) 


102-77 


vs. West Virginia 


104-69 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


108-65 


Johns Hopkins 


1982-83 


(2) 


101-90 


at Duke 


106-94 


North Carolina 


1980-81 


(2) 


114-89 


Marshall 


109-83 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


1979-80 


(3) 


101-82 


Duke 


115-76 


Miami, OH 


113-79 


Catholic 


1978-79 


(3) 


129-103 


Camsius 


124-110 


N.C. State 


107-97 


Bucknell 


1977-78 


(2) 


109-108 


vs. N.C. State (30T) 


130-106 


East Carolina 


1976-77 


(1) 


106-72 


Bucknell 


1975-76 


(7) 


105-91 


Wake Forest 


102-91 


Duke 


102-84 


NC State 


111-88 


Long Island 


104-69 


Seton Hall 


122-82 


Boston University 


127-84 


East Carolina 


1974-75 


(8) 


104-87 


East Tennessee 


103-82 


at Duquesne 


104-80 


at Duke 


103-85 


N.C. State 


105-67 


Georgia Tech 


113-49 


DePauw 


104-71 


at Georgetown 


106-81 


Richmond 


1973-74 


(8) 


100-103 


vs. N.C. State 


105-85 


vs. North Carolina 


110-75 


Virginia 


104-83 


Duke 


112-73 


Fordham 


102-75 


Holy Cross 


115-83 


Georgetown 


106-57 


Eastern Kentucky 



1972-73 (4) 


100-73 


Long Island 


105-76 


Wake Forest 


107-80 


at Camsius 


127-82 


Brown 


1971-72 


(5) 


100-69 


Niagara 


103-67 


Western Kentucky 


102-79 


at Holy Cross 


118-96 


at George 




Washington 


100-83 


Brown 


1970-71 


(2) 


111-77 


Miami (Fla.) 


109-70 


Buffalo 


1969-70 


(1) 


103-85 


Clemson 


1965-66 


(2) 


107-92 


West Virginia 


107-81 


at George 




Washington 


1959-60 


(1) 


103-80 


Yale 




Former Terp Head Coach 
H.A. Bud Millikan pictured 
here with current Terp 
Head Coach Gary Williams 
coached Maryland to its 
first ever 100 point game 
during the 1959-60 season. 



GPP9NENT 
lOO-POINT GAMES 



Total 10( 


l-point Games: 25 


Most in £ 


i Season: 5 (1990-91) 


Most Consecutive 100-point 


Games 


:2 


Last 100-point Game: March 


12, 1993 




Score 


Opponent 


1992-93 


(3) 


73-101 


at North Carolina 


85-105 


at Florida State 


66-102 


North Carolina 


1990-91 


(5) 


85-100 


Boston College 


73-105 


at North Carolina 


104-100 


N.C. State 


81-101 


at Duke 


91-114 


at N.C. State 


1989-90 


(2) 


111-114 


Duke (OT) 


84-104 


at Duke 


1987-88 


(1) 


82-104 


at Georgia Tech 


1978-79 


(3) 


79-102 


vs. North Carolina 


129-103 


Canisius 


124-110 


NC State 


1977-78 


(3) 


109-108 


NC State (3 OT) 


90-101 


at George 




Washington 


130-106 


East Carolina 


1973-74 


(1) 


100-103 


vs. NC State 


1972-73 


(1) 


89-103 


vs. Providence 


1970-71 


(2) 


76-100 


North Carolina 


70-105 


at North Carolina 


1969-70 


(2) 


68-101 


South Carolina 


87-104 


Wake Forest 


1968-69 


(1) 


87-107 


at North Carolina 


1963-64 


(1) 


72-104 


Duke 




Maryland's 1973-74 team that included current Terp 
Assistant Coach Billy Hahn scored 100 points or more eight 
times, a Maryland record. 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



99 



ACC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 



Year 

1954 

1955 
1956 
1957 

1958 



1959 
1960 
1961 

1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 



1973 



1974 



1975 
1976 



Opponent 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

Virginia 

Duke 

Virginia 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

N.C. State 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Clemson 

N.C. State 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

N.C. State 

N.C. State 

Duke 

Virginia 



Score 

75-59 

56-64 (OT) 

67-68 (OT) 

69-94 

71-68 

64-74 

70-66 

71-65 (OT) 

86-74 

65-66 

58-74 

91-75 

76-98 

58-71 

41-80 

67-81 

61-50 

67-76 

70-77 

54-57 

54-63 

71-92 

57-67 

63-71 

54-52 

62-57 

64-73 

77-61 

73-65 

74-76 

85-66 
105-83 
100-103 (OT) 

85-87 

80-78 (OT) 

65-73 



W/L 

W 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 
W 
W 

w 

L 
L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 
W 

L 
W 
W 

L 
W 
W 

L 

L 
W 

L 



Tournament 
Round 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Championship Game 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Championship Game 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Championship Game 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Championship Game 

Semifinals (1st Rd. Bye) 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 



1977 
1978 




Reggie Jackson led the Terps to the ACC Championship game 
and a No. 8 national ranking in 1980. 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 
1983 
1984 



1985 
1986 

1987 
1988 

1989 

1990 

1992 



Site 

Raleigh, NC 

Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 

Raleigh, NC 



Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 

Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 

Raleigh, NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Greensboro, NC 



Greensboro, NC 



Greensboro, NC 



Greensboro, NC 
Landover, MD 



N.C. State 
N.C. State 
Duke 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Duke 
Duke 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
N.C. State 
Georgia Tech 
N.C. State 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
Duke 

North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
N.C. State 
North Carolina 
Duke 
Clemson 
Duke 




Len Elmore (left) and Tom McMillen led Maryland to the 
Championship game ot the ACC Tournament twice. 




Maryland's 1973 team played in the finals of the ACC 
Tourmament and the finals of the Eastern Regional in the 
NCAA Tournament. 



72-82 

109-108 (30T) 
69-81 
75-67 
79-102 
52-49 (OT) 
91-85 
72-73 
56-53 
85-62 
60-61 
28-40 
58-64 (OT) 
69-63 
66-64 
74-62 
73-86 
85-75 
62-64 
63-82 
84-67 
64-74 
71-49 
58-88 
84-104 
81-75 
87-94 



L' Quarterfinals 

W Quarterfinals 

L Semifinals 

W Quarterfinals 

L Semifinals 

W Quarterfinals 

W Semifinals 

L Championship Game 

W Quarterfinals 

W Semifinals 

L Championship Game 

L Quarterfinals 

L Quarterfinals 

W Quarterfinals 

W Semifinals 

W Championship Game 

L Quarterfinals 

W Quarterfinals 

L Semifinals 

L Quarterfinals 

W Quarterfinals 

L Semifinals 

W Quarterfinals 

L Semifinals 

L Quarterfinals 

W 1st Round 

L Quarterfinals 



Greensboro, NC 
Greensboro, NC 

Greensboro, NC 

Greensboro, NC 

Landover, MD 



Greensboro, NC 
Atlanta, GA 
Greensboro, NC 



Atlanta, GA 
Greensboro, NC 

Landover, MD 
Greensboro, NC 

Atlanta, GA 

Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 



100 



TERPS POST-SEASON HISTORY 



NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 



Year 

1958 



1973 



1975 



1930 



1981 



1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1988 



Opponent 

Boston College 

Temple 

Manhattan 

Syracuse 

Providence 

Creighton 

Notre Dame 

Louisville 

Tennessee 

Georgetown 

UT-Chattanooga 

Indiana 

UT-Chattanooga 

Houston 

West Virginia 

Illinois 

Miami (Ohio) 

Navy 

Villanova 

Pepperdine 

Nevada-Las Vegas 

Cal-Santa Barbara 

Kentucky 



Score 

88-63 
67-81 
59-55 
91-75 
89-103 
83-79 
83-71 
82-96 
86-75 
68-74 
81-69 
64-99 
52-51 
50-60 
102-77 
70-72 
64-59 
64-59 
43-46 
69-64 
64-70 
92-82 
81-90 



W/L 
W 
L 



L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 



Tournament 
Round 

Eastern Reg. Quarterfinals 
Eastern Reg. Semifinals 
Eastern Reg. Consolation 
Eastern Reg. Semifinals 
Eastern Reg. Finals 
Midwest Reg Quarterfinals 
Midwest Reg. Semifinals 
Midwest Reg. Finals 
Eastern Reg. Quarterfinals 
Eastern Reg. Semifinals 
Midwest Reg. Quarterfinals 
Midwest Reg. Semifinals 
Midwest Reg. Quarterfinals 
Midwest Reg. Semifinals 
Mideast Reg. Quarterfinals 
Mideast Reg. Semifinals 
Southeast Reg. 1st Round 
Southeast Reg. Quarterfinals 
Southeast Reg. Semifinals 
West Reg. 1st Round 
West Reg. Quarterfinals 
Southeast Reg. 1st Round 
Southeast Reg. Quarterfinals 



Site 

New York, NY 
Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Lubbock, TX 
Las Cmces, NM 
Las Cruces, NM 
Greensboro, NC 
Philadelphia, PA 
Dayton, OH 
Dayton, OH 
Houston, TX 
Houston, TX 
Birmingham, AL 
Lexington, KY 
Dayton, OH 
Dayton, OH 
Birmingham, AL 
Long Beach, CA 
Long Beach, CA 
Cincinnati, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 



NIT HISTORY 



Year 

1972 



1979 



1982 



1990 



Opponent 

St. Joseph's 

Syracuse 

Jacksonville 

Niagara 

Rhode Island 

Ohio State 

Richmond 

Georgia 

Massachusetts 

Penn State 



Tournament 

Score W/L Round 

67-55 W 1st Round 

71-65 W Quarterfinals 

91-77 W Semifinals 

100-69 W Championship Game 

67-65 (30T) W 1st Round 

72-79 L 2nd Round 

60-50 W 1st Round 

69-83 L 2nd Round 

91-81 W 1st Round 

78-80 L 2nd Round 



Site 

New York, NY 
New York, NY 
New York, NY 
New York, NY 
College Park, MD 
College Park, MD 
Richmond, VA 
Athens, GA 
College Park, MD 
State College, PA 




Tom McMillen was named the Most Valuable Player ol the 1972 National Invitation 
Tournament in leading the Terps to the tournament championship. 



Future NCAA Tournament Sites 



1994 

First & Second Rounds (March 17, 18 & 19, 20, 1994) 

East Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 

USAir Arena, Landover, MD 
Southeast Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY 

Florida Suncoast Dome, St. Petersburg, FL 
Midwest Kansas Coliseum, Wichita, KS 

The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK 
West Dee Events Center, Ogden, UT 

Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA 
Regionals (March 24-27, 1994) 
East Miami Arena, Miami, FL 

Southeast Thompson-Boling Arena, Knoxville, TN 
Midwest Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX 
West Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA 

Final Four (April 2 & 4, 1994) 

Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC 

1995 

First & Second Rounds (March 16, 17 & 18, 19, 1995) 



East 



Southeast 



Midwest 



Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY 
Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, MD 
The Pyramid, Memphis, TN 
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center, 
Tallahassee, FL 



Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX 
University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH 

West Boise State University Pavilion, Boise, ID 

Jon M. Huntsman Center, Salt Lake City, UT 

Regionals (March 23-26, 1995) 

East Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, NJ 

Southeast Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, AL 

Midwest Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO 

West Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA 

Final Four (April 1 & 3, 1995) 

Kingdome, Seattle, WA 

1996 

First & Second Rounds (March 14, 15, 16 & 17, 1996) 
East Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI 

Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA 
Southeast Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN 

Orlando Arena, Orlando, FL 
Midwest Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX 

Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI 
West University Arena, Albuquerque, NM 

University Activites Center, Tempe, AZ 
Regionals (March 21-24, 1996) 
East Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA 

Southeast Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY 
Midwest Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN 
West McNichols Arena, Denver, CO 

Final Four (March 30-April 1, 1996) 

Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, NJ 



TERPS POST-SEASON HISTORY 



101 





TERP RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 


1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 


32-24 
20-18 
30-28 
37-33 


H 
A 
H 
H 


W 
W 

w 
w 
























vs. AIR FORCE 




vs. BUCKNELL 




vs. THE CITADEL 




1980-81 68-62 A 


W 


1934-35 


39-48 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




Maryland leads, 5-0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




72-70 H 


W 


1935-36 


38-34 


H 


W 


1977-78 74-73 H 


w 


1976-77 106-72 H 


W 


1937-38 


45-43 


N-sct 


W 


1981-82 62-57 H 


W 


1936-37 


47-35 
31-34 


N-sct 
A 


W 
L 


1978-79 81-68 A 
vs. ALABAMA 


w 


1977-78 96-62 H 
1978-79 107-97 H 


W 

w 


vs. CLEMSON 

Maryland leads, 65-36 




66-75 A 
1982-83 80-61 A 

92-88 H 
1983-84 85-72 H 


L 

W 
W 

w 


1937-38 


30-34 
40-35 


A 
H 


L 
W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




1979-80 95-73 H 
1986-87 77-68 H 


w 
w 


1938-39 


45-35 


H 


W 




34-44 


A 


L 


1924-25 27-21 N-sct 


w 


vs. BUFFALO 






27-39 


N-sct 


L 


66-65 A 


w 




32-35 


N-sct 


L 


1984-85 59-64 A 


w 




1939-40 


53-26 


H 


W 


1984-85 94-84 H 


w 


1938-39 


37-34 


H 


W 


1985-86 60-68 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 4-0 






30-48 


A 


L 


64-71 A 


L 




60-44 


A 


w 


vs. ALASKA (ANCHORAGE) 


1969-70 97-77 H 


w 


1940-41 


34-48 


H 


L 


1986-86 78-69 H 


w 


1939-40 


32-30 
37-48 
32-44 


H 
A 
N-sct 


w 

L 
L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1970-71 109-70 H 
1971-72 82-58 H 


w 
w 


1947-48 


49-42 
63-61 


H 
A 


W 
W 


60-70 A 
1986-87 79-80 H 


L 
L 




1984-85 54-52 A 


w 


1972-73 93-64 H 


w 


1948-49 


74-50 


H 


W 


64-72 A 


L 


1940-41 


26-40 


H 


L 


vs. AMERICAN 




vs. CALIFORNIA-IRVINE 






49-68 


A 


L 


1987-88 68-53 H 


W 


1941-42 

1942-43 
1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 
1947-48 
1949-50 


17-43 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 6-1 

1926-27 16-21 A L 
1977-78 78-65 N-cap W 
1980-81 95-65 H W 
1982-83 73-71 H W 
1990-91 72-69 H W 
1991-92 93-68 H W 
1992-93 98-67 H W 
vs. APPALACHIAN STATE 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1990-91 93-79 H 
vs. CALIFORNIA-LOS 
ANGELES (UCLA) 
UCLA leads, 3-1 

1973-74 64-65 A 
1974-75 75-81 H 
1981-82 57-90 A 


w 

L 
L 
L 


1949-50 
1950-51 

1953-54 

1954-55 


55-60 
68-70 
44-50 
54-50 
50-48 
81-41 
79-54 
75-59 
71-63 
68-66 


H 

A 

A 

H 

N-sct 

A 

H 

N-acc 3 

A 


L 
L 

L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 


70-66 A 
1988-89 58-75 A 

98-87 H 
1989-90 77-82 A 

73-75 H 
1990-91 84-71 H 

70-82 A 

81-75 N-acc 1 
1992-93 72-82 A 

73-81 H 


w 

L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 


33-37 
46-64 
43-46 
24-51 
49-76 
25-59 
43-38 
38-40 
42-53 
46-58 


A 
H 
H 
A 
N 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 


L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1982-83 80-79 (2ot) H 


W 


1955-56 


71-63 


A 


w 


vs. CLEVELAND STATE 






67-57 


H 


W 


1974-75 96-50 H 
1975-76 76-74 H 


w 
w 


vs. CALIFORNIA-SANTA 
BARBARA 




1956-57 


81-69 
59-52 


H 
A 


w 
w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1950-51 
1951-52 


40-49 
51-56 


H 
A 


L 
L 


vs. ARIZONA 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1957-58 


74-65 
66-73 
72-54 


H 

A 

H 


w 

L 
W 


1984-85 95-84 A 
vs. COLUMBIA 


W 


1952-53 


48-51 
74-65 


N 
N 


L 
W 


Arizona leads, 1-0 




1987-88 92-83 N-ncaa 3 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1953-54 


61-68 


H 


L 


1963-64 54-57 N-evans 
vs. ARIZONA STATE 


L 


vs. CAL-STATE 
SACRAMENTO 




1958-59 


46-55 
77-58 


A 
H 


L 

W 


1924-25 24-23 A 
1963-64 82-76 A 


W 

w 


1954-55 


49-47 
61-68 


H 

A 


W 
L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1959-60 


70-55 
66-59 
59-76 


H 
A 
A 


w 
w 

L 


vs. CONNECTICUT 




1955-56 


62-76 
70-82 


A 
H 


L 
L 


1953-54 65-50 A 


w 


1989-90 98-68 N-cham 


W 


1960-61 


Connecticut leads, 1-0 






69-94 


N-acc 3 


L 


vs. ARKANSAS 




vs. CANISIUS 






82-80 


H 


W 


1989-90 65-87 N-accbe 


'- 1 


1956-57 


62-51 


H 


W 


Series tied, 1-1 




Maryland leads, 7-0 






91-75 


N-acc 3 


W 


vs. COPPIN STATE 






60-72 


A 


L 


1987-88 88-61 H 


w 


1971-72 86-77 H 


W 


1961-62 


61-73 


A 


L 


Coppin leads, 1-0 




1957-58 


74-49 

59-68 

71-65 (ot) 


H 


W 


1988-89 68-73 A 
vs. ARMY 


L 


1972-73 107-80 A 
1973-74 86-73 H 


W 
W 


1962-63 


68-75 
60-62 


H 
A 


L 
L 


1989-90 63-70 H 


L 




A 
N-acc 3 


L 
W 




1978-79 129-103 H 


W 




69-67 


H 


W 


vs. CREIGHTON 




1958-59 


64-31 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-1 




1981-82 91-73 H 


W 


1963-64 


56-48 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






69-78 


A 


L 


1966-67 57-56 A 
1969-70 54-69 H 


W 
L 


1982-83 67-66 A 
1983-84 77-55 H 


w 
w 




68-83 
67-81 


A 
N-acc 3 


L 
L 


1974-75 83-79 N-ncaa" 
vs. DAVIDSON 


W 


1959-60 


56-48 
71-61 


A 
H 


W 
W 


1977-78 99-77 H 


W 


vs. CATHOLIC 




1964-65 


67-65 


A 


W 




1960-61 


62-70 


A 


L 


1989-90 78-60 N-cfc 
vs. AUGUSTA 


w 


Series tied, 11-11 






88-71 
61-50 


H 

N-acc 3 


W 

w 


Series tied, 1-1 

1966-67 66-65 A 


w 


1961-62 


76-71 
68-84 


H 
A 


W 
L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1910-11 35-30 H 
1913-14 N/A A 


w 

L 


1965-66 


66-71 
69-81 


A 
H 


L 
L 


1968-69 69-83 A 
vs. DAYTON 
Maryland leads, 2-1 


L 




53-79 
58-71 


H 
N-acc 3 


L 
L 


1989-90 105-74 H 


w 


N/A H 


L 


1966-67 


68-48 


H 


W 




1962-63 


56-92 


A 


L 


vs. BALL STATE 




1918-19 7-25 


L 




61-65 


A 


L 






70-76 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




12-14 


L 


1967-68 


93-94 


A 


L 


1965-66 77-75 A 


W 


1963-64 


72-104 


H 


L 


1976-77 86-70 H 




1923-24 13-30 


L 




81-68 


H 


W 


1983-84 61-59 H 


w 




63-84 


A 


L 


w 


14-20 


L 


1968-69 


83-78 


H 


W 


1984-85 63-67 A 


L 


1964-65 


64-82 


A 


L 


vs. BALTIMORE CITY 




1924-25 18-14 A 


W 




84-83 


A 


W 


vs. DELAWARE 






85-82 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-1 




27-17 H 


w 


1969-70 


75-68 


A 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-1 




1965-66 


61-76 


A 


L 


1913-14 N/A H 


L 


1929-30 37-30 H 


w 




103-85 


H 


W 


1910-11 14-23 A 
1969-70 94-58 H 
1970-71 86-73 H 
vs. DELWARE COLLEGE 


L 
W 

W 




69-74 


H 


L 


1935-36 55-33 H 


W 


1930-31 24-21 A 


w 


1970-71 


56-52 


H 


W 


1966-67 


69-72 


H 


L 


1937-38 50-32 A 


W 


1931-32 39-34 H 


w 




45-51 


A 


L 




58-81 


A 


L 


vs. BISCAYNE COLLEGE 
Maryland leads, 1-0 




1932-33 27-29 A 
1933-34 33-25 H 


L 

w 


1971-72 


61-63 
67-57 


A 
H 


L 

W 


1967-68 


52-84 
64-85 


H 
A 


L 
L 




1934-35 29-45 A 


L 




54-52 


N-acc 2 


W 


Delaware College leads, 1-0 


1968-69 


85-96 


A 


L 


1978-79 86-60 H 


W 


1935-36 29-40 H 


L 


1972-73 


79-75 


A 


w 


1913-14 N/A A 


L 




83-93 


H 


L 


vs. BOSTON COLLEGE 




1937-38 49-33 H 


W 




69-66 


H 


w 


vs. DELAWARE STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 




1969-70 


52-50 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-1 




1938-39 40-38 A 


W 




77-61 


N-acc 2 


w 






76-87 


A 


L 


. 




1939-40 46-31 A 


L 


1973-74 


89-60 


H 


w 




1970-71 


88-79 


A 


W 


1957-58 86-63 N-ncaa 

i r\ni h a C O OO* t T 


w 


1943-44 33-31 H 


W 




56-54 


A 


w 


1989-90 87-53 H 


W 




67-70 


H 


L 


1973-74 58-37 H 
1983-84 89-76 H 
1990-91 85-100 N-accbe 1 


w 
w 

L 


33-53 A 


L 


1974-75 


82-83 


A 


L 


vs. DEPAUL 




1971-72 


77-58 


H 


W 


1979-80 113-79 H 
vs. CENTRAL FLORIDA 


W 


1975-76 


70-64 
77-82 


H 
H 


w 

L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1972-73 


59-68 
81-85 


A 
A 


L 
L 


vs. BOSTON UNIVERSITY 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






98-89 


A 


W 


1976-77 92-74 H 


W 




96-68 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-1 






1976-77 


71-93 


A 


L 


vs. DEPAUW 




1973-74 


104-83 


H 


W 


1975-76 122-82 H 


w 


1986-87 73-56 H 


W 




84-78 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






64-61 


A 


w 


1989-90 61-65 A-bg 


L 


vs. CCNY 




1977-78 


90-75 


H 


W 


1974-75 113-49 H 


w 




85-66 


N-acc 2 


w 


1990-91 85-59 H 


W 


Series tied, 1-1 






80-75 


A 


W 


1975-76 99-42 H 


w 


1974-75 


83-77 


H 


w 


vs. BROWN 




1924-25 22-16 H 


w 


1978-79 


77-63 


A 


W 


vs. DUKE 






104-80 


A 


w 


Maryland leads, 3-0 

1971-72 100-83 H 


w 


1941-42 40-57 A 
vs. CINCINNATI 
Maryland leads, 1-0 


L 


1971-80 


77-69 
75-67 
84-83 


H 

N-acc 2 
H 


W 
W 
W 


Duke leads, 81-47 

1925-26 41-20 H 


w 


1975-76 


102-91 
67-69 
80-78 


H 
A 
N-acc 5 


w 

L 
W 


1972-73 127-82 H 


w 






81-90 


A 


L 


1929-30 27-28 H 


L 


1976-77 


65-64 


A 


w 


1979-80 72-59 H 


w 


1954-55 78-61 A 


W 




91-85 


N-acc 2 


W 


24-39 A 


L 




85-72 


H 


w 



102 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



1977-78 78-88 H 


L 


vs. FORDHAM 






1975-76 


82-72 


A 


W 


1982-83 77-68 H 


W 


1932-33 27-37 A 


L 


70-81 A 


L 


Maryland leads, 7-1 




1976-77 


76-86 


H 


L 


60-70 A 


L 


35-31 H 


W 


69-81 N-acc 2 


L 










1977-78 


90-101 


A 


L 


58-64 N-acc" 


L 


1933-34 32-37 A 


L 


1978-79 78-87 A 


L 


1956-57 


62-68 


H 


L 


1978-79 


84-72 


H 


W 


1983-84 70-71 (2ot) A 


L 


32-19 H 


W 


70-68 H 


W 


1957-58 


61-58 


A 


W 


vs. GEORGETOWN 




79-74 H 


W 


1934-35 41-35 A 


W 


1979-80 101-82 H 
61-66 A 


W 
L 


1959-60 
1969-70 


76-54 
94-71 


A 
H 


W 
W 


Maryland leads, 31-24 




1984-85 69-70 N-rain 
60-72 H 


L 
L 


52-25 H 
1935-36 45-40 H 


W 
W 


72-73 N-acc 2 


L 


1972-73 


83-72 


A 


W 


1910-11 


25-31 


A 


L 


43-48 A 


L 


1936-37 54-31 H 


w 


1980-81 94-79 H 


W 


1973-74 


112-73 


H 


w 


1913-14 


N/A 


A 


L 


1985-86 67-68 A 


L 


1937-38 56-30 H 


w 


54-55 A 


L 


1974-75 


65-46 


A 


w 


1934-35 


24-25 


H 


L 


70-77 H 


L 


1982-83 108-65 H 


w 


56-53 N-acc 5 


W 


1976-76 


81-56 


H 


w 


1935-36 


47-39 


A 


W 


62-64 N-acc 2 


L 


vs. KANSAS 




1981-82 40-36 A 


W 


vs. GALLUDET 






1936-37 


27-39 


H 


L 


1986-87 72-76 A 


L 


Kansas leads, 3-0 




77-60 H 


W 


Series tied. 7-7 






1937-38 


39-57 


A 


L 


74-78 H 


L 






1982-83 67-86 H 


L 










1938-39 


25-39 


H 


L 


1987-88 83-96 H 


L 


1964-65 61-63 H 


L 


101-90 A 


W 


1910-11 


30-56 


A 


L 


1939-40 


28-27 


A 


W 


82-104 A 


L 


1965-66 62-71 A 


L 


1983-84 81-75 A 


W 




27-54 


H 


L 


1940-41 


34-51 


A 


L 


84-67 N-acc 2 


W 


1984-85 56-58 N-shoot 


L 


84-89 H 


L 


1913-14 


N/A 


A 


L 


1941-42 


51-42 


A 


W 


1988-89 74-87 A 


L 


vs. KANSAS STATE 




74-62 N-acc 2 


W 




N/A 


A 


L 


1942-43 


36-46 


H 


L 


66-67 H 


L 


KSU leads, 1-0 




1984-85 78-76 H 


W 




N/A 


H 


L 


1947-48 


40-62 


A 


L 


1989-90 84-90 H 


L 






62-70 A 


L 


1918-19 


27-26 




W 


1948-49 


51-53 


A 


L 


78-80 A 


L 


1965-66 63-57 A 


L 


73-86 N-acc 4 


L 




9-33 




L 




52-56 


H 


L 


1990-91 65-80 A 


L 


vs. KENTUCKY 




1985-86 75-81 H 


L 


1923-24 


42-28 




W 


1949-50 


71-65 


A 


W 


96-93 H 


W 


Kentucky leads, 5-3 




68-80 A 


L 


1924-25 


25-14 


H 


W 


1950-51 


58-47 


H 


W 


1991-92 67-92 A 


L 




1986-87 61-85 H 


L 


1925-26 


40-13 


H 


w 


1951-52 


55-40 


H 


W 


65-67 H 


L 


1927-28 37-7 H 


W 


67-76 A 


L 


1926-27 


39-26 


H 


w 




61-71 


A 


L 


1992-93 75-85 H 


L 


1929-30 21-26 N-sct 


L 


1987-88 72-69 A 


W 


1927-28 


45-20 


H 


w 


1952-53 


45-54 


H 


L 


79-93 A 


L 


1930-31 29-27 N-sct 


W 


83-90 H 


L 


1930-31 


38-27 


H 


w 




48-49 


A 


L 


vs. HAWAII 




1955-56 61-62 H 


L 


1988-89 72-82 H 
60-86 A 


L 
L 


1944-45 26-27 H 
vs. GEORGE MASON 


L 


1953-54 


56-58 
53-50 


A 
H 


L 

W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1956-57 55-76 A 
1957-58 71-62 H 


L 
W 


1989-90 80-91 A 
lll-114(ot) H 


L 
L 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




1954-55 
1955-66 


60-43 

62-57 


H 
A 


w 

w 


1984-86 79-71 A 
vs. HAWAII-PACIFIC 


W 


1958-59 56-58 A 
1987-88 90-81 N-ncaa J 


L 
L 


84-104 N-acc' 


L 


1981-82 


74-62 


H 


w 




72-61 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




vs. KENTUCKY WESLYAN 


1990-91 78-94 H 
81-101 A 


L 
L 


1985-86 
1989-90 


81-80 
104-86 


A 
N-cham 


w 
w 


1956-57 


82-69 
62-59 


H 
A 


w 
w 


1985-86 92-85 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1991-92 66-83 H 
89-91 A 


L 
L 


vs. GEORGE WASHINGTON 


1957-58 


55-45 
56-46 


A 
H 


w 
w 


vs. HOFSTRA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 




1953-54 54-37 A 
vs. KENT STATE 


W 


87-94 N-acc 1 


L 


Maryland leads, 31-23 




1958-59 


61-53 


H 


w 


1981-82 94-52 H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1992-93 62-78 H 
79-95 A 
vs. DUQUESNE 
Maryland leads, 6-0 


L 
L 


1913-14 
1918-19 


N/A 
20-53 
11-25 
41-22 


H 


L 
L 
L 

W 


1959-60 
1960-61 


67-56 
59-48 
78-67 


A 
H 
A 


w 
w 
w 


vs. HOLY CROSS 

Maryland leads, 4-0 




1972-73 76-58 H 
vs. LAFAYETTE 


W 




1923-24 






55-47 


H 


w 


1971-72 102-79 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 








19-20 




L 


1961-62 


78-79 


H 


L 


1973-74 102-75 H 


W 


1924-25 30-15 H 


W 


1971-72 85-71 H 


W 


1938-39 


24-37 


A 


L 




83-70 


A 


w 


1982-83 55-53 A 


W 


1981-82 82-58 H 


W 


1972-73 81-71 A 


W 


1939-40 


26-44 


H 


L 


1962-63 


70-79 


A 


L 


1984-85 99-75 H 


w 


1990-91 64-48 H 


W 


1973-74 98-72 H 


W 


1940-41 


28-61 


A 


L 




73-72 


H 


W 


vs. HOUSTON 




vs. LaSALLE 




1974-75 103-82 A 
1982-83 85-64 H 


W 
W 


1941-42 
1942-43 


29-47 
43-48 


H 

A 


L 
L 


1963-64 


72-83 
78-81 


A 
H 


L 
L 


Series tied, 1-1 




Maryland leads, 2-0 




1983-84 78-67 A 


W 


1945-46 


48-35 


H 


W 


1964-65 


85-67 


A 


W 


1966-66 69-68 A 


w 


1983-84 96-83 H 


W 


vs. EAST CAROLINA 




1946-47 


44-43 


H 


W 


1965-66 


77-59 


H 


W 


1982-83 50-60 N-ncaa 1 


L 


1992-93 93-76 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 6-0 






48-63 


H 


L 


1966-67 


49-80 


A 


L 


vs. HOWARD 




vs. LEHIGH 




1976-76 127-84 H 


W 


1947-48 


49-66 
35-59 
54-66 


A 
H 
H 


L 
L 
L 


1967-68 
1969-70 


68-60 
81-71 


H 
H 


W 
W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1976-77 80-69 H 


W 


1948-49 


1970-71 


79-96 


A 


L 


1992-93 109-69 H 


W 


1970-71 85-66 H 


W 


1977-78 130-106 H 


W 


1949-50 


51-71 


H 


L 


1971-72 


79-46 


H 


W 


vs. ILLINOIS 




vs. LONG ISLAND 




1978-79 82-71 H W 
1979-80 85-72 H W 
1987-88 75-59 H W 
vs. EASTERN KENTUCKY 


1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 


47-67 
56-57 
62-63 
66-53 


A 
H 
A 


L 
L 
L 
W 


1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 


99-73 
116-83 
104-71 

72-63 


A 
H 
A 
A 


W 
W 
W 
W 


Illinois leads, 1-0 

1983-84 70-72 N-ncaa 1 
vs. INDIANA 


L 


Maryland leads, 7-0 

1971-72 78-60 H 
1972-73 100-73 H 


W 
W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1953-54 


68-61 


H 


w 


1977-78 


91-87 


A 


W 


Indiana leads, 3-0 




1974-75 99-84 H 


W 


1973-74 106-57 H 
vs. EAST TENNESSEE 


W 


1964-56 


53-50 
53-75 
67-73 


H 
A 
H 


w 

L 
L 


1978-79 
1979-80 


65-68 
71-83 
68-74 


N L 
N-armory L 
N-ncaa 2 L 


1934-35 25-30 H 
1959-60 63-72 A 
1980-81 64-99 N-ncaa 7 


L 
L 
L 


1975-76 111-88 H 
1976-77 49-45 H 
1977-78 94-64 H 


W 
W 
W 


STATE 




1955-56 


62-48 


H 


W 


vs. GEORGIA 






vs. IOWA 




1981-82 87-79 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






67-46 


A 


w 


Georgia leads, 3-2 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




vs. LOUISIANA STATE 




1974-75 105-87 H 
1989-90 91-86 N-cham 
vs. EVANSVILLE 


W 
W 


1956-57 
1957-58 


68-48 
84-67 
64-55 


A 
H 
H 


w 
w 
w 


1923-24 
1926-27 
1930-31 


25-29 
34-33 
26-25 


N-sct 

H 

N-sct 


L 
W 
W 


1984-85 78-68 N-rain 
vs. JACKSONVILLE 


W 


Series tied, 2-2 

1930-31 37-33 N-sct 
1963-64 75-65 A 


w 
w 


Series tied, 1-1 




1958-59 
1959-60 


65-66 
64-57 
86-84 


H 
A 
H 


L 
W 
W 


1932-33 


36-40 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-1 




1987-88 54-55 A 


L 


1953-54 66-68 N-aacity 


W 


1981-82 


69-83 


A-nit 


L 


1971-72 91-77 N-mt 1 


W 


1988-89 77-79 H 


L 


1991-92 64-75 N-fiesta 


L 


1960-61 


80-68 


H 


w 


vs. GEORGIA STATE 




1989-90 68-53 H 


w 


vs. LOUISVILLE 




vs. FARLEIGH DICKINSON 




44-63 


A 


L 


Maryland leads. 


-0 




1990-91 70-71 A 


L 


Louisville leads, 5-1 




Maryland leads, 3-0 




1961-62 


67-56 


A 


w 


1988-89 


69-62 


N-fiee 


W 


vs. JAMES MADISON 




1961-62 64-83 A 


L 


1980-81 109-83 H 


w 




81-67 


H 


w 


vs. GEORGIA TECH 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1974-75 82-96 N-ncaa 1 


L 


1985-86 74-51 H 


w 


1962-63 


74-72 


H 


w 


Georgia Tech leads, 24-13 




1986-87 90-76 A 


W 


1978-79 84-99 H 


L 


1986-87 70-59 H 
vs. FLORIDA 


w 


1963-64 
1964-66 


68-67 
80-76 
82-80 


A 
A 
H 


w 

w 
w 


1972-73 
1974-75 


90-55 
105-67 


H-mdinv 
H-mdinv 


W 
W 


vs. JOHNS HOPKINS 

Maryland leads, 15-4 




1980-81 67-78 A 
1991-92 79-96 A 
1992-93 72-67 H 


L 

L 
W 


Florida leads, 1-0 




1965-66 


107-81 


A 


w 


1975-76 


93-65 


H 


W 


1927-28 20-22 A 


L 


vs. LOYOLA (Md.) 
Series tied, 5-5 

1913-14 N/A A 




1931-32 24-39 N-sct 
vs. FLORIDA STATE 


L 


1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 


78-52 
84-53 
99-96 


H 
A 

H 


w 
w 
w 


1977-78 
1979-80 


65-63 
70-60 
83-73 


H-mdmv 

H 

A 


W 
W 
W 


23-19 H 

1928-29 20-30 H 

19-18 A 


W 
L 
W 


L 


Florida State leads, 3-1 




1969-70 


92-71 


A 


w 




52-49 


N-acc 2 


W 


1929-30 41-24 H 


W 


1930-31 30-33 H 


L 


1991-92 83-91 (ot) H 


L 


1970-71 


69-67 


H 


w 


1980-81 


66-55 


A 


W 


39-24 A 


w 


1931-32 27-28 H 


L 


93-85 A 


W 


1971-72 


118-96 


A 


w 




72-64 


H 


W 


1930-31 32-27 H 


w 


1947-48 52-63 H 


L 


1992-93 85-105 A 


L 


1972-73 


88-79 


H 


w 


1981-82 


43-45 


H 


L 


1931-32 33-26 A 


w 


1948-49 75-77 A 


L 


84-87 H 


L 


1973-74 


92-71 


A 


w 




63-64 


A 


L 


38-24 H 


w 


1958-59 54-40 A 


W 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



103 



TERP RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



1970-71 88-69 A 


w 


1971-72 73-60 A 


w 


1984-85 88-74 A 


w 


1987-88 74-60 N-mci 


w 


vs. MAINE 




Maryland leads, 1-0 





1969-70 97-68 H W 

vs. MANHATTAN 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1957-58 59-55 N-ncaa 6 W 

vs.MARSHALL 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1968-69 89-80 A W 

1980-81 114-89 H W 

vs. Md.-BALTTMORE 
COUNTY 
Maryland leads, 5-0 

1986-87 78-64 H W 

1988-89 78-66 H W 

1989-90 113-61 H W 

1990-91 92-66 H W 

1992-93 103-80 H W 
vs. Md. -EASTERN SHORE 
Maryland leads, 12-0 



1979-80 


82-58 


H 


W 


1980-81 


81-65 


H 


W 


1981-82 


76-64 


H 


w 


1982-83 


91-70 


H 


w 


1983-84 


104-69 


H 


w 


1984-85 


87-48 


H 


w 


1985-86 


91-44 


H 


w 


1986-87 


117-51 


H 


w 


1987-88 


101-51 


H 


w 


1988-89 


97-53 


H 


w 


1991-92 


115-60 


H 


w 


1992-93 


94-63 


H 


w 


vs. MASSACHUSETTS 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1989-90 


91-81 


H-nit 


w 


vs. MEMPHIS STATE 




MSU leads, 2-0 






1957-58 46-47 (3ot) 


N-sb 


L 


1966-67 


53-55 


A 


L 


vs. MIAMI (Fla.) 






Series tied, 3-3 






1953-54 


63-57 


A 


w 


1961-62 


71-68 


A 


w 


1964-65 


73-80 


A 


L 


1967-68 


73-93 


A 


L 


1968-69 


35-92 


A 


L 


1970-71 


111-77 


H 


W 



vs. MIAMI (Ohio) 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1979-80 115-76 H 
1984-85 69-68 (ot) N-ncaa 7 
vs. MICHIGAN 
Michigan leads, 2-1 

1926-27 25-39 A 

1933-34 29-25 H 

1937-38 26-33 H 

vs. MICHIGAN STATE 
MSU leads, 1-0 

1955-56 75-95 H 

vs. MINNESOTA 
Maryiand ieads, 2-0 

1960-61 64-53 A 

1961-62 75-69 H 

vs. MISSISSIPPI 
Series tied, 1-1 



1928-29 
1987-88 



35-37 

74-69 N-mci 



L 
W 



vs. MISSIS 


iSIPPI 


STATE 




1973-74 


72-50 


A 


W 


1957-58 


74-61 


H 


MSU leads, 2-0 






1974-75 


83-73 


A 


W 




59-66 


A 










1975-76 


87-69 


A 


w 




86-74 


N-acc- 


1958-59 


45-56 


A 


L 


1976-77 


64-54 


N-cap 


w 


1968-59 


57-64 


A 


1961-62 


62-64 


A 


L 


1978-79 


82-62 


H 


w 




69-51 


H 


vs. MISSOURI 






1980-81 


86-64 


H 


w 


1959-60 


66-75 


H 


Missouri leads, 2-0 




1982-83 


98-73 


H 


w 




64-81 


A 


1987-88 


85-93 


A 


L 


1984-85 


64-59 


N-ncaa' 


w 


1960-61 


57-81 


N 


1988-89 


73-87 


H 


L 


vs. NEVADA-LAS VEGAS 






52-58 


H 


vs. MONMOUTH 






UJVLVieads, 4-1 








56-63 


A 


Maryland leads, 


-0 




1977-78 


81-68 


H 


w 


1961-62 


79-62 
67-70 


H 


1988-89 


74-70 


H 


W 


1978-79 


88-94 


A 


L 


1962-63 


56-78 


H 


vs. MONTANA STATE 




1984-85 
1985-86 


76-78 
63-64 
64-70 


A 
H 
N-ncaa a 


L 
L 
L 




68-82 


A 


Maryiand ieads, 


-0 




1963-64 


88-97 


A 


1956-57 


89-72 


A 


W 


vs. NEW MEXICO A&M 




1964-65 


74-64 
76-68 


H 
H 


vs. MORGAN STATE 




A&M leads, 1-0 








90-81 


A 


Maryiand ieads, 2-0 




1956-57 


43-45 


A 


L 


1965-66 


52-67 


A 


1988-89 


73-61 


H 


w 


vs. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 




77-66 


H 


1992-93 


103-63 


H 


w 


NYU leads. 2-0 








70-77 


N-acc 


vs. MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 

Mt. St. Joseph's leads, 2-1 




1910-11 
1937-38 


7-25 
27-42 


H 
H 


L 
L 


1966-67 
1967-68 


77-85 
78-79 
67-73 


A 
H 
H 


1910-11 


22-20 


H 


w 


vs. NIAGARA 








60-83 


A 


1913-14 


N/A 


H 


L 


Maryiand ieads, 


-0 




1968-69 


87-107 


A 


N/A A 
vs. MOUNT ST. MARY'S 


L 


1971-72 


100-69 


N-mt 1 


W 


1969-70 


86-88 

69-77 


H 
H 


Maryland leads, 2-0 

1987-88 . 82-54 A 


w 


VS. NORTH CAROLINA 

UNC leads, 95-41 




1970-71 


83-90 
79-105 


A 
A 


1991-92 


83-53 


H 


w 


1923-24 


20-26 


H 


L 




76-100 


H 


vs. NAVY 








1924-25 


16-21 


H 


L 


1971-72 


72-92 


A 








1925-26 


23-22 


H 


W 




79-77 (ot) 


H 


Maryiand ieads, 30-26 




1926-27 


23-20 


H 


W 




64-73 


N-acc 


1924-25 


16-23 


A 


L 




23-32 


H 


L 


1972-73 


94-88 


H 


1925-26 


21-12 


A 


w 




23-19 


A 


W 




85-95 


A 


1926-27 


30-32 


A 


L 


1928-29 


22-28 


H 


L 


1973-74 


73-82 


A 


1927-28 


26-35 


A 


L 


1929-30 


36-33 


H 


W 




91-80 


H 


1928-29 


30-27 


A 


W 




29-22 


A 


W 




105-85 


N-acc 


1929-30 


43-39 


A 


W 


1930-31 


33-31 


H 


w 


1974-75 


66-69 


H 


1930-31 


33-36 


A 


L 




19-18 


N-sct 


w 




96-74 


A 


1931-32 


26-15 


H 


W 


1931-32 


26-25 


H 


w 


1975-76 


93-95 (ot) 


A 


1932-33 


21-59 


A 


L 




26-32 


A 


L 




69-81 


H 


1933-34 


27-46 


A 


L 


1932-33 


42-29 


H 


W 


1976-77 


68-71 


H 


1934-35 


36-43 


A 


L 


1933-34 


24-28 


H 


L 




70-97 


A 


1935-36 


32-20 


A 


W 


1934-35 


31-39 


H 


L 


1977-78 


71-85 


A 


1936-37 


37-53 


A 


L 


1935-36 


32-44 


H 


L 




64-66 


H 


1937-38 


34-37 


A 


L 


1936-37 


24-41 


A 


L 


1978-79 


53-54 


H 


1938-39 


37-47 


A 


L 




35-44 


H 


L 




67-76 


A 


1940-41 


27-52 


A 


L 


1937-38 


24-43 


A 


L 




79-102 


N-acc 


1941-42 


47-61 


A 


L 


1938-39 


34-32 


H 


W 


1979-80 


92-86 


A 


1942-43 


63-54 


A 


W 




66-41 


A 


w 




70-69 


H 


1943-44 


35-69 


A 


L 


1940-41 


36-55 


H 


L 


1980-81 


66-75 


A 


1944-45 


33-70 


A 


L 




29-44 


A 


L 




63-76 


H 


1945-46 


35-44 


A 


L 


1941-42 


30-34 


H 


L 




60-61 


N-acc 


1946-47 


27-55 


A 


L 


1942-43 


47-40 


H 


W 


1981-82 


50-66 


H 


1947-48 


47-51 


A 


L 




40-31 


A 


W 




56-59 
71-72 
106-94 
62-74 


A 
A 
H 
H 


1948-49 


46-52 


A 


L 


1944-45 


28-53 


A 


L 


1982-83 


1949-50 


62-75 


A 


L 


1945-46 


28-64 


A 


L 


1950-51 
1951-52 


47-51 
48-45 


A 
A 


L 
W 




31-33 
27-54 


H 
N-sct 


L 
L 


1983-84 


1952-53 


47-51 


A 


L 


1946-47 


42-58 


A 


L 




63-78 


A 


1953-54 


61-60 


A 


W 




61-57 


H 


W 


1984-85 


74-75 


A 


1954-55 


60-54 


A 


W 


1947-48 


46-70 


A 


L 




54-60 


H 


1955-56 


80-61 


H 


w 




47-51 


H 


L 


1985-86 


67-71 


H 


1956-57 


55-56 


A 


L 


1948-49 


47-55 


A 


L 




77-72 (ot) 


A 


1957-58 


88-58 


H 


W 




52-66 


H 


L 




85-75 


N-acc 




64-51 


A 


w 




61-79 


N-sct 


L 


1986-87 


86-93 


H 


1958-59 


50-53 


H 


L 


1949-50 


53-55 


A 


L 




65-98 


A 


1959-60 


51-50 


A 


w 




56-69 


H 


L 




63-82 


N-acc 


1960-61 


63-62 


H 


w 


1950-51 


67-59 


A 


W 


1987-88 


65-71 


H 


1961-62 


58-67 


A 


L 




56-55 


H 


W 




73-74 


A 


1962-63 


67-61 


H 


w 


1951-52 


47-51 


A 


L 




64-74 


N-acc 


1963-64 


55-68 


A 


L 




71-51 


H 


W 


1988-89 


72-88 


A 


1964-65 


77-58 


H 


W 


1952-53 


49-59 


A 


L 




75-86 


H 




70-57 


A 


w 




68-66 


H 


W 




58-88 


N-acc' 


1965-66 


74-69 


H 


w 


1954-55 


70-60 


A 


W 


1989-90 


98-88 


H 


1966-67 


76-72 


H 


w 




63-61 


H 


W 




80-76 


A 


1968-69 


68-72 


A 


L 


1955-56 


62-68 


H 


L 


1990-91 


73-105 


A 


1969-70 


73-57 


H 


W 




55-64 


A 


L 




75-87 


H 


1971-72 


85-60 


A 


W 


1356-57 


61-70 


A 


L 


1991-92 


76-96 


A 


1972-73 


76-67 


A 


W 




51-65 (2ot) 


H 


L 




82-80 


H 



1992-93 73-101 A 
63-77 H 
66-102 N-acc 1 
vs. UNC-CHARLOTTE 
Maryiand ieads, 1-0 

1975-76 70-60 H 

vs. UNC-GREENSBORO 
Maryiand ieads, 1-0 

1991-92 84-55 H 

vs. NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE 

N.C. State leads. 65-46 



1924-25 
1926-27 
1927-28 
1929-30 

1936-37 



1938-39 

1939-40 
1943-44 
1944-45 

1945-46 



1946-47 
1950-51 
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 

1 

1974-75 

1975-76 



100 



16-30 
23-38 
36-24 
26-28 
21-19 
33-35 
41-35 
35-42 
40-46 
53-29 
43-36 
23-42 
32-46 
42-57 
47-39 
37-33 
27-54 
43-55 
45-54 
68-64 
58-78 
64-73 
71-62 
79-66 
56-49 
48-57 
64-69 
53-55 
37-53 
63-53 
46-48 
58-74 
67-75 
75-57 
66-83 
68-73 
61-68 
74-76 
59-79 
72-62 
65-66 
62-63 
67-73 
67-76 
59-48 
58-60 
54-38 
60-55 
62-75 
52-68 
54-63 
69-85 
81-86 
57-91 
54-64 
57-67 
81-83 
61-71 
83-70 
66-65 
85-87 
78-89 
74-76 
74-80 
80-86 
103 (ot) 

103-85 
98-97 
85-87 
87-69 

102-84 



N-sct 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-sct 

A 

N 

A 

N 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-SCt 

N 

N 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 3 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 3 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc 1 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-acc 1 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 2 

A 

H 

N-acc 2 

H 

A 

N-acc 2 

A 

H 



L 

L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 

w 

L 
L 

L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 

L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
VI 
L 
W 
W 



104 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



1976-77 


87-80 


H 


W 




75-73 


A 


w 




72-82 


N-acc 2 


L 


1977-78 


82-88 


A 


L 




73-80 


H 


L 




109-108 


N-acc 2 


W 


1978-79 


124-110 


H 


W 




82-81 


A 


W 


1979-80 


62-67 


A 


L 




66-62 


H 


W 


1980-81 


82-75 


H 


W 




76-72 


A 


w 


1981-82 


53-74 


A 


L 




38-52 


H 


L 




28-40 


N-acc 2 


L 


1982-83 


86-81 


H 


W 




67-58 


A 


w 


1983-84 


59-55 


A 


w 




63-50 


H 


w 




69-63 


N-acc 2 


w 


1984-85 


58-56 


H 


w 




71-70 


A 


w 


1985-86 


55-67 


H 


L 




67-66 


A 


W 


1986-87 


72-85 


H 


L 




47-69 


A 


L 


1987-88 


81-83 


H 


L 




68-74 


A 


L 


1988-89 


67-90 


H 


L 




77-94 


A 


L 




71-49 


N-acc 4 


W 


1989-90 


61-81 


A 


L 




96-95 


H 


W 


1990-91 


104-100 


H 


W 




91-114 


A 


L 


1991-92 


88-94 


A 


L 




77-74 


H 


W 


1992-93 


70-66 


A 


W 




88-71 


H 


W 




76-56 


N-acc 1 


W 



vs. NORTHEASTERN 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1985-86 84-72 H 

vs. NORTHWESTERN 
Northwestern ieads, 1-0 

1958-59 62-66 A 

vs. NOTRE DAME 
Notre Dame leads, 8-7 



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 



90-82 
83-71 
69-63 
79-80 
54-69 
67-66 
63-64 
70-73 
51-55 
68-67 
47-52 
77-66 
62-69 
50-63 
78-75 



H 

N-ncaa i: 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 



vs. OLD DOMINION 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1986-87 
1987-88 



87-67 
69-58 
87-75 
73-87 
70-65 



vs. OHIO STATE 
OSU leads, 3-2 



1934-35 
1978-79 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 



50-41 
72-79 
68-72 
76-73 

66-78 



H W 

H-nit L 
N-meadow L 
H W 

A L 



vs. OHIO UNIVERSITY 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1981-82 90-64 H 



vs. OKLAHOMA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1992-93 89-78 N-balt W 

vs. OKLAHOMA STATE 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1966-67 50-49 A W 

vs. PENN STATE 
Series tied, 8-8 



1913-14 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-66 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1989-90 



N/A 
64-47 
65-71 
61-62 
62-91 
72-71 
61-65 
76-53 
71-76 
66-56 
89-80 
69-61 
66-55 
79-97 
67-58 
78-80 



A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-her 

N-her 

N-her 

N-balt 

N-her 

A-nit 



vs. PENNSYLVANIA 
Perm leads, 12-1 



1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1938-39 
1939-40 
1940-41 
1942-43 
1946-47 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-61 
1951-52 
1952-53 



26-21 
26-30 
18-30 
24-36 
34-41 
32-43 
49-51 
54-80 
67-81 
52-54 
74-65 
62-53 
53-70 



vs. PENN MILITARY 
ACADEMY 

PMA leads, 1-0 

1910-11 19-50 A L 

vs. PEPPERDINE 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1985-86 69-64 N-ncaa 8 W 

vs. PITTSBURGH 
Maryland leads, 3-1 

1976-77 88-75 H W 

1977-78 86-89 (ot) A L 

1979-80 95-88 H W 

1980-81 69-66 (ot) A W 
vs. PRINCETON 
Maryland leads, 3-2 

1925-26 32-26 H W 

1968-69 63-72 H L 

1969-70 67-76 A L 

1975-76 66-59 H W 

1976-77 58-45 H W 

vs. PROVIDENCE 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1972-73 81-71 A W 

1991-92 76-66 N-accbe 3 W 

vs. RANDOLPH MACON 
Maryland leads, 3-1 

1928-29 20-33 H L 

1937-38 43-27 H W 

1983-84 58-52 H W 

1985-86 74-50 H W 

vs. RHODE ISLAND 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1954-65 83-66 A W 

1978-79 67-66 (ot) H-mt W 



vs. RICHMOND 

Maryland leads, 25-14 



1923-24 
1925-26 
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 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 



1970-71 

1971-72 

1972-73 

1973-74 

1974-75 

1975-76 

1976-77 

1981-82 

vs.RIDER 

Maryland leads, 

1991-92 83-69 

vs. RUTGERS 
Series tied, 3-3 



24-22 
30-14 
33-44 
26-56 
28-24 
40-51 
26-31 
34-41 
47-32 
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 
55-45 
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 



H 

H 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-sct 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A-rut 



W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 

w 

L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



1-0 



1939 
1940 
1950 
1951 
1990 
1991 



-40 
-41 

'-51 
-52 
-91 
-92 



51-39 
45-50 
51-45 
55-61 
88-81 
79-95 



A 

H 

H 

A 

N-ecac 

N-fiesta 



vs. ST. FRANCIS 

Maryland ieads, 1-0 

1955-56 75-66 H 

vs. ST. JOHNS 
Maryiand leads, 8-5 



1913-14 


N/A 




L 




N/A 




L 


1927-28 


25-22 


H 


W 


1928-29 


20-18 


H 


W 


1929-30 


41-25 


H 


W 


1931-32 


24-20 


H 


W 


1932-33 


34-22 


H 


W 


1933-34 


32-37 


H 


L 


1934-35 


17-24 


H 


L 


1935-36 


40-28 


H 


W 


1936-37 


37-39 


A 


L 


1937-38 


38-29 


H 


W 


1971-72 


90-69 


H 


W 



vs. ST. JOSEPH'S 

Maryland Jeads, 3-1 



1971-72 67-55 

1978-79 62-56 (ot) 
1980-81 74-57 H 

1982-83 56-64 H 

vs. ST. PETER'S 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1981-82 49-42 H 



N-nit 1 
H 



W 



vs. SAN FRANCISCO 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

973-74 78-60 A 

vs. SANTA CLARA 
Maryland Jeads, 1-0 

973-74 53-32 A 

vs. SETON HALL 
Maryland Jeads, 2-0 

970-71 56-66 H 

975-76 104-69 H 
vs. SOUTH CAROLINA 
Maryland leads, 31-25 



w 



924-25 
932-33 
934-35 
939-40 
947-48 

948-49 

949-50 

950-51 

953-54 

954-55 

955-56 

956-57 



957-58 



958-59 



959-60 



960-61 



961-62 



962-63 



963-64 



964-65 



965-66 



966-67 



967-68 



968-69 



969-70 



970-71 



987-88 



989-90 
990-91 



38-22 
28-65 
35-21 
30-33 
68-54 
54-53 
79-49 
67-56 
66-61 
44-59 
43-70 
47-37 
53-49 
79-48 
68-51 
68-52 
76-57 
59-53 
60-68 
66-59 
64-74 
72-59 
99-59 
59-41 
75-45 
85-52 
72-55 
72-58 
61-64 
77-86 
68-85 
68-63 
51-44 
69-73 
64-74 
75-70 
73-59 
78-63 
56-42 
63-65 
53-80 
54-57 
66-65 
59-68 
67-79 
67-69 
71-92 
68-101 
44-55 
70-96 
31-30 
63-71 
82-77 
51-57 
51-62 
78-69 



H 

N-sct 1 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 3 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc 2 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 1 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 2 

H 

A 

N-cfc 

N-ecac 



W 
L 
W 
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 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 



W 
W 



vs. SOUTH FLORIDA 

Maryland Jeads, 2-0 

989-90 84-66 H 

990-91 87-81 A 

vs. SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 
Maryland leads, 3-0 

978-79 83-79 H W 
989-90 64-62 A W 
990-91 72-59 H W 

vs. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 

SW leads, 1-0 



vs. STANFORD 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1985-86 67-65 N-hp W 

vs. STAUNTON MILITARY 
ACADEMY 
SMA Jeads, 1-0 

1910-11 24-58 A L 

vs. STEVENS INSTITUTE 
MaryJand Jeads, 4-1 



1924-25 

1925-26 
1926-27 
1927-28 



21-17 
21-17 
24-27 
27-18 
31-24 



vs. SYRACUSE 

Maryland leads, 5-0 



1971-72 
1972-73 



71-65 
90-76 
91-75 
96-85 
83-73 



N-nit 1 W 

H W 

N-ncaa 6 W 

H W 

A W 



1976-77 
1980-81 
VS. TAMPA 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1953-54 61-61 A W 

1970-71 80-72 H W 

vs. TEMPLE 
Series tied, 1-1 

1957-58 67-71 N-ncaa 6 L 

1979-80 85-63 H W 

vs. TENNESSEE 
Maryland leads, 2-1 



1967-68 



72-73 A 



1963-64 59-70 A L 

1979-80 86-75 N-ncaa 9 W 

1984-85 72-49 N-shoot W 

VS. TENNESSEE 
CHATANOOGA 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1980-81 81-69 N-ncaa 7 W 
1982-83 52-51 N-ncaa 10 W 
vs. TEXAS-EL PASO 
UTEP leads, 2-0 

1967-68 53-70 A L 

1988-89 51-69 A-sun L 

vs. TEXAS TECH 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1954-55 58-54 A W 

vs. TOWSON STATE 
Maryland leads, 8-0 

1981-82 75-59 H W 

1982-83 66-56 H W 

1984-86 91-38 H W 

1985-86 91-58 H W 

1986-87 79-71 H W 

1990-91 93-69 H W 

1991-92 83-76 H W 

1992-93 78-68 H W 
vs. TULSA 
Tulsa leads, 1-0 

1964-65 73-80 A L 

VS. VANDERBILT 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1957-58 71-56 A W 

VS. VILLANOV A 
Viilanova leads, 2-1 

1984-85 77-74 H W 

1984-85 43-46 N-ncaa" L 

1985-86 62-64 A L 

vs. VIRGINIA 
Maryiand leads, 83-55 



1923-24 
1924-25 



1925-26 



1926-27 



13-26 N/A 
24-18 H 



36-25 A 

28-34 A 

30-21 H 

17-22 A 

29-28 H 



L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



105 



TERP RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



1927-28 


26-20 


H 




12-34 


A 


1928-29 


30-22 


A 




22-25 


H 


1929-30 


54-20 


H 




51-29 


H 


1930-31 


31-34 


A 




34-21 


H 


1931-32 


36-31 


A 




46-18 


H 


1932-33 


19-26 


A 




37-28 


H 


1933-34 


43-20 


A 




28-25 


H 


1934-35 


44-24 


H 




33-32 


A 


1935-36 


40-34 


H 


1936-37 


37-23 


H 


1937-38 


39-23 


A 


1938-39 


31-21 


H 


1940-41 


18-47 


A 


1941-42 


35-34 


A 




36-26 


H 


1942-43 


53-49 


H 




56-42 


A 


1943-44 


20-52 


A 




26-49 


H 


1944-45 


26-57 


A 




33-61 


H 


1945-46 


45-48 


A 




37-36 


H 


1947-48 


44-64 


A 




56-68 


H 


1948-49 


47-53 


H 




43-79 


A 


1949-50 


56-60 


A 




70-52 


H 


1950-61 


59-57 


H 




56-43 


A 


1951-52 


59-42 


A 




63-63 


H 


1952-53 


71-61 


H 




59-56 


A 


1953-54 


70-64 


H 




70-56 


A 


1954-55 


72-69 


A 




78-65 


H 




67-68 


N-acc 3 


1955-56 


67-55 


H 




50-73 


A 


1956-57 


67-63 


A 




43-39 


A 




84-64 


H 




71-68 


N-acc 3 


1957-58 


87-66 


A 




69-66 


H 




70-66 


N-acc 3 


1958-59 


63-56 


H 




50-62 


A 




65-66 


N-acc 3 


1959-60 


70-62 


H 




44-43 


A 


1960-61 


57-52 


A 




77-62 


H 


1961-62 


91-70 


A 




68-72 


H 


1962-63 


67-61 


A 




69-71 


H 


1963-64 


68-58 


H 




73-79 


A 


1964-65 


59-61 


A 




52-47 


H 


1965-66 


62-65 


H 




71-64 


A 


1966-67 


85-65 


A 




87-76 


H 


1967-68 


85-76 


H 




68-70 


A 


1968-69 


77-78 


H 




78-84 


A 


1969-70 


69-71 


A 




79-71 


H 



VI 
L 

W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 

L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 



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 
1991-92 
1992-93 



vs. VIRGINIA MILITARY 
INSTITUTE 

Maryland leads, 39-10 



63-78 


A 


L 


89-84 


H 


W 


57-78 


A 


L 


45-42 


H 


W 


62-57 


N-acc 2 


W 


93-74 


H 


W 


92-81 


A 


W 


88-81 


A 


W 


110-75 


H 


W 


86-79 


H 


W 


70-51 


A 


W 


69-66 


A 


W 


81-73 


H 


W 


65-73 


N-acc 5 


L 


82-67 


H 


W 


68-77 


A 


L 


64-66 


A 


L 


70-79 


H 


L 


63-69 


H 


L 


72-75 


A 


L 


63-61 


A 


W 


82-71 


H 


W 


64-66 


H 


L 


63-74 


A 


L 


85-62 


N-acc 5 


W 


40-45 


A 


L 


47-46 


H 


W 


64-83 


H 


L 


81-83 


A 


L 


67-66 


A 


W 


74-65 


H 


W 


71-58 


H 


w 


60-55 


A 


w 


49-70 


A 


L 


87-72 


H 


W 


64-71 


H 


L 


77-82 


A 


L 


72-84 


A 


L 


69-63 


H 


W 


58-64 (ot) 


H 


L 


59-86 


A 


L 


74-72 


A 


W 


89-74 


H 


W 


62-76 


H 


L 


78-74 (ot) 


A 


W 


75-82 


A 


L 


74-76 


H 


L 


68-70 


H 


L 


74-88 


A 


L 



1910-11 
1913-14 
1923-24 

1925-26 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 

1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 

1936-37 

1937-38 

1938-39 
1939-40 

1940-41 

1941-42 



17-14 

12-21 
34-19 
30-21 
23-9 
30-27 
34-23 
38-18 
40-20 
43-28 
38-20 
29-30 
45-29 
36-27 
39-24 
44-29 
53-32 
48-28 
45-28 
42-27 
43-33 
53-35 
60-33 
27-25 
30-64 
27-41 
41-46 
39-36 



A 
A 

N-sct 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 



942-43 



943-44 



944-45 



946-47 



947-48 



948-49 



949-50 



950-51 



951-52 



952-53 



34-35 
35-36 
46-36 
31-29 
46-28 
27-35 
61-50 
53-45 
53-46 
63-48 
53-45 
70-55 
65-53 
61-62 
46-41 
65-46 
67-39 
64-46 
54-37 
67-41 



vs. VIRGINIA TECH 

Maryland leads, 23-3 

925-26 

927-28 

928-29 
929-30 

930-31 
931-32 
932-33 

933-34 

937-38 

939-40 
940-41 
946-47 

948-49 
950-51 
952-53 

953-54 

989-90 

990-91 
vs. WAGNER 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

980-81 96-73 A 

vs. WAKE FOREST 
Series tied, 43 43 



952-53 
953-54 



954-55 
955-56 
956-57 
957-58 
958-59 
959-60 
960-61 

961-62 
962-63 

963-64 



59-61 
54-71 
74-53 
56-64 
58-62 
71-75 
61-51 
60-76 
59-53 
58-62 
72-58 
74-67 
68-65 
53-56 
47-54 
64-65 
60-72 
69-78 
76-98 
79-62 
78-81 
74-85 
54-75 
41-80 
91-82 
77-79 



N 

A 

H 

N-acc 3 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 3 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 3 

A 

H 



19-17 


A 


W 


30-14 


H 


W 


29-20 


A 


W 


30-10 


H 


W 


29-39 


A 


L 


41-29 


H 


W 


34-23 


A 


W 


33-16 


H 


W 


51-16 


H 


W 


40-20 


A 


W 


37-21 


H 


W 


29-24 


A 


W 


34-32 


H 


W 


42-35 


H 


W 


49-41 


H 


W 


39-48 


H 


L 


57-49 


A 


W 


55-42 


H 


W 


60-51 


H 


W 


57-66 


H 


L 


65-46 


H 


W 


70-56 


A 


W 


60-52 


H 


W 


54-41 


A 


W 


89-80 


H 


W 


82-67 


A 


W 



L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 



1964-65 


82-64 


H 




93-85 


A 


1965-66 


87-66 


H 




86-78 


A 


1966-67 


59-86 


H 




64-78 


A 


1967-68 


60-73 


A 




87-74 


H 


1968-69 


87-95 


A 




71-93 


A 


1969-70 


87-104 


H 




96-88 


A 


1970-71 


72-71 


H 




66-72 


A 


1971-72 


49-46 


A 




64-56 


H 


1972-73 


105-76 


H 




60-62 


A 




73-65 


N-acc 


1973-74 


72-59 


A 




77-68 


H 


1974-75 


99-78 


A 




89-73 


H 


1975-76 


93-96 


A 




105-91 


H 


1976-77 


85-86 


H 




81-80 


A 


1977-78 


75-84 


A 




91-89 


H 


1978-79 


60-66 


H 




54-53 


A 


1979-80 


84-76 


A 




83-77 


H 


1980-81 


60-67 


A 




94-80 


H 


1981-82 


61-56 


H 




42-48 


A 


1982-83 


66-79 


A 




83-75 


H 


1983-84 


87-90 


A 




90-79 


H 




66-64 


N-acc : 


1984-85 


64-62 


A 




69-66 


H 


1985-86 


77-55 


H 




69-48 


A 


1986-87 


68-75 


H 




58-69. 


A 


1987-88 


93-76 


H 




70-65 


A 


1988-89 


60-70 


A 




61-75 


H 


1989-90 


88-82 


H 




74-84 


A 


1990-91 


62-74 


A 




86-78 


H 


1991-92 


76-86 


H 




77-66 


A 


1992-93 


73-86 


H 




64-88 


A 


vs. WASHINGTON 


COLLEGE 






Maryland leads, 12-3 


1924-25 


16-27 


H 


1926-27 


18-22 


H 


1927-28 


22-20 


H 


1930-31 


32-33 


H 


1931-32 


36-16 


H 


1932-33 


35-27 


H 


1933-34 


44-33 


H 


1934-35 


43-27 


H 


1935-36 


46-34 


H 




56-30 


A 


1936-37 


41-20 


A 


1937-38 


43-42 


A 


1938-39 


47-37 


H 


1940-41 


26-18 


H 


1941-42 


28-25 


H 



vs. WASHINGTON & LEE 

Maryland leads, 26-25 

1910-11 



913-14 
923-24 
925-26 

926-27 

927-28 

928-29 

929-30 

930-31 

931-32 

932-33 
933-34 
934-35 
935-36 



936-37 

937-37 

938-39 
939-40 

940-41 

941-42 

942-43 

946-47 

947-48 

948-49 
949-50 
950-51 

951-52 

952-53 

953-54 



17-46 
24-29 

22-21 
40-27 
33-20 
44-32 
32-34 
38-24 
31-28 
22-47 
18-42 
25-29 
21-36 
36-21 
28-17 
42-38 
49-19 
40-43 
37-45 
29-33 
27-30 
54-55 
32-38 
27-51 
35-41 
29-31 
36-32 
39-37 
25-44 
43-40 
41-59 
15-42 
44-52 
28-30 
40-50 
55-35 
65-60 
48-63 
69-70 
64-38 
66-60 
65-46 
52-43 
65-83 
71-51 
51-43 
58-40 
87-56 
51-25 
76-43 



A 
H 
A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-sct 

H 

A 

H 

N-sct 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

H 

N-sct 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 



vs. WEST VIRGINIA 
West Virginia leads, 22-14 



1925-26 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 

1941-42 

1945-46 
1946-47 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1963-64 

1964-65 

1965-66 

1966-67 

1967-68 

1968-69 

1969-70 

1970-71 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 



25-15 
24-26 
29-39 
26-51 
36-63 
27-41 
33-35 
43-81 
64-70 
36-39 
53-45 
71-87 
74-72 
67-91 
73-80 
86-78 
74-76 

107-92 
82-81 
58-61 
79-75 
66-83 
65-86 
91-84 
83-76 
78-83 
81-83 

102-77 
56-47 
42-41 



H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

N-ncaa" W 

H W 

A W 



W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 



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TERP RECORD BOOK 



1986-87 


65-62 


H 


W 


1987-88 


49-75 


A 


L 


1988-89 


61-69 


H 


L 


1990-91 


85-90 


A 


L 


1991-92 


101-91 


H 


W 


1992-93 


72-86 


A 


L 


vs. WESTERN KENTUCKY 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1971-72 


103-67 


H 


W 


1977-78 


91-78 


H 


W 


vs. WESTERN MARYLAND 


Maryland leads, 9-0 




1926-27 


32-25 


H 


W 


1927-28 


30-29 


H 


w 


1928-29 


32-17 


H 


w 


1929-30 


38-17 


H 


w 


1930-31 


45-35 


H 


w 


1931-32 


35-15 


H 


w 


1932-33 


37-32 


H 


w 


1933-34 


49-33 


H 


w 


1936-37 


48-36 


H 


w 


vs. WICHITA 






Maryland leads, 


[-0 





1968-69 95-83 A 

vs. WILLIAM & MARY 
Maryland leads, 14-0 



1928-29 
1929-30 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1953-54 

1964-55 
1955-56 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1985-86 



30-20 H 

27-23 H 

41-39 H 

41-29 H 

45-38 H 

69-54 A 

74-55 H 

67-62 A 

52-51 H 

69-64 H 

50-43 A 

56-51 H 

58-44 H 

77-48 H 



vs. WINTHROP 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1986-87 76-58 H 

1987-88 65-52 H 

vs. WISCONSIN 
Wisconsin leads, 2-0 

1931-32 30-32 A 

1932-33 13-22 H 

vs. WYOMING 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1960-61 84-77 A 

vs. XAVIER 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1976-77 84-74 H 

vs. YALE 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1959-60 103-80 H 



W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 



w 
w 



Neutral Court Legend 

aacity = All- America City Tournament. Owensboro. KY 

ace' = ACC Tournament, Charlotte. NC 

ace 2 = ACC Tournament, Greensboro. NC 

ace 3 = ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC 

ace 4 = ACC Tournament, Omni, Atlanta, GA 

ace 5 = ACC Tournament, Capital Centre, Landover, MD 

accbe 1 = ACC/Big East Challenge, RC. Richmond, VA 

accbe 2 = ACC/Big East Challenge, HCC, Hartford, CT 

accbe 3 = ACC/Big East Challenge, E Rutherford, NJ 

armory = Washington DC. Municipal Armory 

bait = Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, MD 

bg = Boston Garden. Boston. MA 

cap = Capital Centre, Landover, MD 

cfc = Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, VA 

cham = Chaminade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, HI 

ecac = ECAC Holiday Festival, MSG, New York, NY 

evan = Evansville University Tournament 

fiesta = Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, AZ 

free = Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvine, CA 

her = Hershey Park, Hershey, PA 

hp = Hawaii Pacific Tournament, Honolulu, HI 

mci = MCI Heritage Classic. Baltimore, MD 

mdinv = Maryland Invitational, College park, MD 

meadow = Meadowlands Arena, E Rutherford, NJ 

ncaa 1 = NCAA Tournament, MSG. New York City, NY 

ncaa 2 = NCAA Tournament. The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 

ncaa 3 = NCAA Tournament, Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati. OH 

ncaa 4 = NCAA Tournament, Lubbock. TX 

ncaa 5 = NCAA Tournament. Capital Centre, Landover, MD 

ncaa 6 = NCAA Tournament. Charlotte, NC 

ncaa 7 = NCAA Tournament, Dayton, OH 

ncaa 8 = NCAA Tournament, Long Beach, CA 

ncaa 9 = NCAA Tournament, Greensboro, NC 

ncaa 10 = NCAA Tournament, Houston, TX 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament, Birmingham, AL 

ncaa 12 = NCAA Tournament, Lexington, KY 

ncaa 13 = NCAA Tournament, Las Cruses, NM 

nit 1 = NIT, MSG, New York, NY 

rain = Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, HI 

sb = Sugar Bowl Tournament. New Orleans, LA 

set = Southern Conference Tournament 

set 1 = Southern Conf Tournament, Raleigh, NC 

shoot = Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AK 

sun = Sun Bowl Tournament. El Paso, TX 



COACHING RECORDS 



Overall Won-Loss 

Rk. Head Coach Years (No.) Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty Driesell 1969-86 (17) 348 159 .686 

2. BudMillikan 1950-67 (17) 243 182 .572 

3. Burton Shipley 1923-47 (24) 243 199 .549 

4. Gary Williams 1988-93 (4) 61 57 .517 

5. 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 1923-93 (70) 974 729 .572 

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 1989-92 (4) 18 42 .300 

4. Frank Fellows 1967-69 (2) 6 22 .214 

5. Bob Wade 1986-89 (3) 7 35 .167 

Maryland Totals 1953-93 (40) 251 292 .462 

ACC Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. Lefty Driesell 17 17 16 .515 

2 BudMillikan 14 7 13 .350 

T3 Gary Williams 3 2 3 .400 

BobWade 3 2 3 .400 

5. Frank Fellows 2 2 .000 

Maryland Totals 39 28 37 .430 

NCAA Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. BudMillikan 1 2 1 .667 

2. Lefty Driesell 8 10 8 .556 

3. BobWade 1 1 1 .500 

Maryland Totals 10 13 10 .565 

NIT Tournament Games 

Rk. Head Coach Tournaments Won Lost Pet. 

1. LeftyDnesell 3 6 2 .750 

2. GaryWilliams 1 1 1 500 

Maryland Totals 4 7 3 .700 



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1992-93 FINAL ACC STANDINGS AND STATISTICS 





Conference Games 


All Games 




Team 


Won 


Lost 


.Pet 


Won 


Lost 


.Pet 


North Carolina* 


14 


2 


.875 


34 


4 


.895 


Florida State 


12 


4 


.750 


25 


10 


714 


Duke 


10 


6 


.625 


24 


8 


.750 


Wake Forest 


10 


6 


.625 


21 


9 


.700 


Virginia 


9 


7 


.563 


21 


10 


.667 


Georgia Tech% 


8 


8 


.500 


19 


11 


.633 


Clemson 


5 


11 


.313 


17 


13 


.566 


Maryland 


2 


14 


.125 


12 


16 


.429 


N.C. State 


2 


14 


.125 


8 


19 


.296 



# - NCAA Tournament Champion 
% - ACC Tournament Champion 

Final 1992-93 ACC Individual Statistics 

(Note - statistics based on player having played at least 75 
percent of his team's games.) 



Scoring 










Rank 


Player, School 


G 


FG 3P 


FT PTS 


AVG 


1. 


Rodney Rogers, WF 


30 


239 24 


134 636 


21.2 


2. 


Bob Sura, FSU 


34 


241 73 


120 675 


19.9 


3. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


30 


184 96 


128 592 


19.7 


4. 


James Forrest, GT 


30 


246 2 


92 586 


19.5 


5. 


Cory Alexander, UVa 


31 


213 64 


93 583 


18.8 


6. 


Evers Bums, UM 


28 


211 


96 518 


18.5 


7. 


Doug Edwards, FSU 


31 


224 6 


114 568 


18.3 


8. 


Sam Cassell, FSU 


35 


234 50 


123 641 


18.3 


9. 


Grant Hill, DU 


26 


185 4 


94 468 


18.0 


10. 


Bobby Hurley, DU 


32 


157 88 


143 545 


17.0 


11. 


Devin Gray, CU 


30 


197 13 


93 500 


16.7 


12. 


Travis Best, GT 


30 


163 80 


82 488 


16.3 


13. 


EricMontross.UNC 


38 


222 


156 600 


15.8 


14. 


Kevin McLinton, UM 


28 


155 6 


125 441 


15.8 


15. 


Thomas Hill, DU 


32 


184 34 


100 502 


15.7 


16. 


Chris Whitney, CU 


30 


149 87 


85 470 


15.7 


17. 


Malcom Mackey, GT 


30 


193 


83 469 


15.6 


18. 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


27 


176 1 


66 419 


15.5 


19. 


Sharone Wright, CU 


30 


178 


93 449 


15.0 


20. 


George Lynch, UNC 


38 


235 2 


88 560 


14.7 


Field Goal Percentage 










Rank 


Player, School 




FGM 


FGA 


.PCT 


1. 


Cherokee Parks, DU 




161 


247 


.652 


2. 


Eric Montross, UNC 




222 


361 


.615 


3. 


Grant Hill, DU 




185 


320 


.578 


4. 


Sharone Wright, DU 




178 


314 


.567 


5. 


Rodney Rogers, WF 




239 


431 


.555 


6. 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


176 


324 


.543 


7. 


James Forrest, GT 




246 


454 


.542 


8. 


Devin Gray, CU 




197 


372 


.530 


9. 


Malcolm Mackey, GT 




193 


364 


.530 


10. 


Doug Edwards, FSU 




224 


424 


.528 


Free Throw Percentage 










Rank 


Player, School 




FT 


FTA 


.PCT 


1. 


Donald Williams, UNC 


97 


117 


.829 


2. 


Kevin McLinton, UM 




125 


152 


.615 


3. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


128 


158 


.810 


4. 


Bobby Hurley, DU 




143 


178 


.803 


5. 


Chris Whitney, CU 




85 


106 


.802 


6. 


Sam Cassell. FSU 




123 


162 


.759 


7. 


Travis Best, GT 




82 


109 


.752 


8. 


Grant Hill, DU 




94 


126 


.746 


9. 


Doug Edwards, FSU 




114 


158 


7L2 


10. 


Rodney Rogers, WF 




134 


187 


.717 




Evers Burns was among the 
ACC leaders in both scoring 
and rebounding his senior 
season. 




Kevin McLinton was ranked 
among the ACC leaders in 
scoring, free throw 
percentage and assists in 
1992-93. 



3-Point Percentage 






Rank 


Player, School 


3PM 


3PA 


1. 


Randolph Childress, WF 


96 


217 


2. 


Chris Whitney, CU 


87 


213 


3. 


Bobby Hurley, DU 


88 


209 


4. 


Travis Best, GT 


80 


175 


5. 


Donald Williams, UNC 


83 


199 


6. 


Bob Sura, FSU 


73 


220 


7. 


Johnny Rhodes, UM 


59 


173 


8. 


Cory Alexander, UVa 


64 


174 


9. 


Curtis Marshall, NCSU 


53 


145 


10. 


Lakista McCuller, NCSU 


44 


129 


Rebounds 






Rank 


Player, School 


G 


REB 


1, 


Sharone Wright, CU 


30 


314 


2. 


Malcolm Mackey, GT 


30 


306 


3. 


George Lynch, UNC 


38 


365 


4. 


Doug Edwards, FSU 


31 


290 


5. 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


27 


246 


6. 


Derrick Hicks, WF 


30 


271 


7. 


Evers Bums, UM 


28 


249 


8. 


Ted Jeffries, UVa 


31 


248 


9. 


Eric Montross, UNC 


28 


290 


10 


James Forrest, GT 


30 


226 


Assists 






Rank 


Player, School 


G 


AST 


1. 


Bobby Hurley, DU 


32 


262 


2. 


Chris Whitney, CU 


20 


193 


3. 


Kevin McLinton, UM 


28 


175 


4. 


Travis best, GT 


30 


176 


5. 


Drew Barry, GT 


30 


176 


6. 


Derrick Phelps, UNC 


36 


196 


7. 


Sam Cassell FSU 


35 


170 


8. 


Cory Alexander, UVa 


31 


144 


9. 


Curtis Marshall, NCSU 


27 


116 


10 


Randolph Childress, WF 


30 


126 


Steals 








Rank 


Player, School 


G 


STL 


1. 


Sam Cassell, FSU 


35 


97 


2. 


Johnny Rhodes, UM 


28 


71 


3. 


Grant Hill, DU 


26 


64 


4. 


Chris Whitney, CU 


30 


73 


5. 


George Lynch, UNC 


38 


89 


6. 


Derrick Phelps, UNC 


36 


82 


7. 


Devin Gray, CU 


30 


60 


8. 


Rodney Rogers, WF 


30 


54 


9. 


Travis Best, GT 


30 


51 


10. 


Evers Bums, UM 


28 


47 


Blocked Shots 






Rank 


Player, Team 


G 


BLK 


1. 


Sharone Wright. CU 


30 


134 


2. 


Rodney Dobard, FSU 


35 


111 


3. 


Malcolm Mackey, GT 


30 


61 


4. 


Cherokee Parks, DU 


32 


65 


5. 


Doug Edwards, FSU 


31 


44 


6. 


Kevin Thompson, NCSU 


27 


38 


7. 


Grant Hill, DU 


26 


36 


8. 


Ted Jeffries, UVa 


31 


42 


9. 


Eric Montross, UNC 


38 


47 


10. 


Kevin Salvadon, UNC 


38 


46 



.AVG 

3.2 
2.9 
2.8 
2.7 
2.2 
2.1 
2.1 
2.1 
2.0 
1.6 

.AVG 

10.5 
10.2 
9.6 
94 
9.1 
9.0 
8.9 
8.0 
7.6 
7.5 



PG 

8.2 
6.4 
6.3 

5.9 
5.9 
5.4 
4.9 
4.6 
4.3 
4.2 

PG 

2.8 
2.5 

2.5 
2.4 
2.3 
2.3 
2.0 
1.8 
1.7 
1.7 



PG 

4.1 
32 
2.0 
2.0 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.2 
1.2 



108 



TERP RECORD BOOK 





TERPS THROUGH THE YEARS 


41 VPI 29 H 
26 N.C. State 28 H 
25 Washington & Lee 29 H 
38 Western Maryland 17 H 


21 Navy 59 R 
19 Virginia 26 R 
42 North Carolina 29 H 














36 Georgia 40 H 
35 Washington College 27 H 


Legena: 












1926-27 


36 North Carolina 24 H 


H denotes home games 
R denotes road games 












10-10 (7-2 H; 3-7 R; 0-1 N) 
6-4 SC 

Maryland 
16 American 21 R 


34 VPI 23 R 
44 VMI 25 R 


37 Virginia 28 H 
46 Washington & Lee 28 H 


N denotes games at neutral sites 
S denotes Southern Conference 








21 Washington & Lee 36 R 
51 Vuginia 29 H 
21 N.C. State 19 R 


45 VMI 29 H 
34 St. Johns 22 H 
37 Western Maryland 32 H 


Tournament 








**m _ /ME 




44 Washington & Lee 32 H 


22 North Carolina 19 R 


35 Johns Hopkms 31 H 


A denotes Atlantic Coast 










25 Michigan 39 R 


24 Duke 39 R 


28 South Carolina 65 S 


Conference Tournament 
T denotes NIT 










17 Virginia 22 R 
30 Navy 32 R 


39 Johns Hopkins 24 R 
39 VMI 21 H 




H. BURTON SHIPLEY 




1933-34 


C denotes NCAA 






24 Seasons: 


18 Washington College 22 H 


41 St. Johns 25 H 


11-8 (9-4 H; 2-3 R; 0-1 N) 


1904-08 






1923-24 to 1946-47 


34 Georgia 33 H 
39 Gallaudet 26 H 


21 Kentucky 26 S 


6-1 SC 


0-2 (no scores available) 


Record: 243-199 


27 Stevens Institute 18 H 


1930-31 


Maryland 

29 Michigan 25 H 
17 Indiana 30 H 
24 West Virginia 26 R 
37 Duke 33 H 


Capt. Samuel P. Thomas 

Washington Y.MC.A 
Carroll Institute 


Conference: 124-91 
1923-24 


28 North Carolina 23 H 
23 North Carolina 32 H 
26 Pennsylvania 21 R 
32 Washington & Lee 34 R 


18-4 (10-2 H; 4-2 R; 4-0 N) 

8-1 SC 
SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 


No Teams for 190506 






5-7 
1-2 SC 


32 VMI 15 R 
29 Virginia 28 H 


TOURNAMENT 
CHAMPIONS 


29 VPI 24 R 
34 VPI 32 H 


through 1909-10 






Maryland 


23 N.C State 38 R 


Maryland 


32 Johns Hopkms 37 R 


1910-11 






41 George Washington 22 

42 Gallaudet 28 


16 Washington College 21 R 
32 Western Maryland 25 H 


38 Gallaudet 27 H 
38 VMI 18 R 


43 Virginia 20 R 
24 North Carolina 28 H 


3-9 (2-3 H; 1-6 R) 




13 Catholic 30 


23 North Carolina 19 R 


36 Washington & Lee 21 R 


33 Catholic 25 H 


Capt. Burt Shipley 




20 North Carolina 26 


22 Georgia 27 S 


32 Duke 24 H 


27 Navy 46 R 

28 Virginia 25 H 
33 Richmond 44 H 
49 Western Maryland 33 H 
36 VMI 27 H 


Maryland 
7 New York University 25 
30 Gallaudet 56 


H 
R 


13 Virginia 26 
24 Richmond 22 

14 Catholic 20 


1927-28 

14-4 (11-0 H; 3-4 R) 


30 Loyola 33 H 
33 Johns Hopkms 20 R 
44 VMI 20 H 


24 Staunton Military 






19 George Washington 20 


8-1 SC 


33 VPI 16 H 

31 Virginia 34 R 
28 Washington & Lee 17 H 
24 Catholic 21 R 
33 North Carolina 31 H 

32 Washington College 33 H 


32 St. Johns 37 H 


Acad. 
17 Washington & Lee 
17 Virginia Military Inst. 
24 Washington & Lee 
14 Delaware 


58 
46 
14 
29 
23 


R 
R 
R 
H 
R 


22 Washington & Lee 21 
12 VMI 21 
34 VMI 19 S 
25 Georgia 29 S 


Maryland 

38 Washington & Lee 24 H 
29 VPI 20 R 
31 Washington & Lee 28 R 
23 VMI 9 R 


44 Washington College 33 H 
32 Johns Hopkms 19 H 
37 Washington & Lee 45 S 

1934-38 


27 Gallaudet 
25 Georgetown 


54 
31 


H 
R 


1924-28 


45 Gallaudet 20 H 
37 Kentucky 7 H 


34 Virginia 21 H 
45 Western Maryland 35 H 


8-10 (6-8 H; 2-2 R) 


22 Mt. St. Joseph 


20 


H 


12-5 (7-2 H; 4-2 R; 1-1 N) 


20 Johns Hopkins 22 R 


32 St. Johns 27 H 


4-5 SC 


35 Catholic 

19 Perm Military Acad. 


30 
50 


H 

R 


3-1 SC 

Maryland 


25 St. Johns College 22 H 

26 Vuginia 20 H 


33 Navy 36 R 
31 Johns Hopkms 22 H 
37 LSU 33 S 


Maryland 
25 Indiana 30 H 








31 Stevens Institute 24 H 


50 Ohio State 41 H 


No Team for 1911 






24 Virginia 18 H 


26 Navy 35 R 


19 North Carolina 17 S 


29 West Virginia 39 H 


through 1912-13 






24 Columbia 23 R 
21 Stevens Institute 17 R 


26 Pennsylvania 30 R 
36 N.C. State 24 H 


26 Georgia 25 S 
29 Kentucky 27 S 


35 South Carolina 21 H 
39 VMI 24 H 


1913-14 






16 Navy 23 R 


12 Virginia 34 R 


1931-32 


39 Duke 48 H 


Capt. Burt Shipley 




30 Lafayette 15 H 
18 Catholic 14 R 


22 Washington College 20 H 

23 Johns Hopkins 19 H 


16-4 (11-1 H; 5-2 R; 0-1 N) 


43 Washington College 27 H 
31 North Carolina 39 H 


Mt. St. Joseph 




H 


21 Stevens Institute 17 H 


30 VPI 10 H 


8-2 SC 


36 Navy 43 R 


Gallaudet 




A 


16 North Carolina 21 H 


30 Western Maryland 29 H 


Maryland 


44 Vuginia 24 H 


Catholic 




A 


25 Gallaudet 14 H 




30 Wisconsin 32 R 


26 Richmond 56 H 


Mt. St. Joseph 

Gallaudet 

St. John's College 




A 
A 
A 


16 Washington College 27 H 
24 Princeton 38 R 


1928-29 

7-9 (3-5 H; 4-3 R; 0-1 N) 


27 Loyola 28 H 

42 Washington & Lee 38 R 

43 VMI 28 R 


29 Catholic 45 R 
29 Washington & Lee 33 H 
33 Vuginia 32 R 


Loyola College 




A 


22 CCNY 16 H 


2-5 SC 


26 Navy 15 H 


41 Johns Hopkms 35 R 


Georgetown 




A 


38 South Carolina 22 H 


Maryland 


36 Vuginia 31 R 


17 St. Johns 24 H 


Catholic 




H 


36 Virginia 25 R 


30 William & Mary 20 H 


33 Johns Hopkins 26 R 


52 Johns Hopkins 25 H 


Washington & Lee 




A 


27 Catholic 17 H 


18 Pennsylvania 30 R 


38 VMI 20 H 


24 Georgetown 25 H 


Virginia Military Inst. 




A 


27 Alabama 21 S 


20 Randolph Macon 33 H 


51 VPI 16 H 




St. John's College 




A 


16 N.C. State 30 S 


30 Virginia 22 R 


39 Catholic 34 H 


1938-38 


George Washington 
Gallaudet 
Baltimore City 
Perm State College 




H 
H 
H 
A 


1928-28 

14-3 (10-1 H; 4-1 R; 0-1 N) 
7-1 SC 


20 Johns Hopkms 30 H 
20 St. Johns 18 H 
22 Virginia 25 H 
22 Washington & Lee 47 H 


26 North Carolina 25 H 
36 Washington College 16 H 
35 Western Maryland 15 H 
46 Virginia 18 H 


14-6 (9-3 H; 4-2 R; 1-1 N) 
3-3 SC 

Maryland 


Delaware College 




A 


29 VPI 39 R 


49 Washington & Lee 19 H 


44 VMI 29 H 








Maryland 


18 Washington & Lee 42 R 


24 St. Johns 20 H 


27 Washington & Lee 30 R 


No Scores Available 






40 Washington & Lee 27 H 


30 VMI 27 R 


26 North Carolina 32 R 


53 VMI 32 R 


No Teams 1914-15 
through 1916-17 






21 Navy 12 R 
30 Richmond 14 H 
30 VMI 21 R 
33 Washington & Lee 20 R 


22 North Carolina 28 H 
30 Navy 27 R 
32 Western Maryland 17 H 
19 Johns Hopkins 18 R 


20 Duke 18 R 
38 Johns Hopkins 24 H 
24 Florida 39 S 


32 Navy 20 R 
28 Richmond 24 H 
55 Baltimore 33 H 
46 Washington College 34 H 


1918-19 






19 VPI 17 R 


35 Mississippi 37 S 


1932-33 


32 North Carolina 44 H 


1-5 (1-5 R) 
Mary land 






40 Gallaudet 13 H 
30 Washington College 26 H 


1929-30 


11-9 (10-2 H; 1-6 R; 0-1 N) 
7-3 SC 


41 Williams Mary 39 H 
38 Duke 34 H 
40 Virginia 34 H 
26 WestViiginia 51 R 
54 Washington & Lee 55 H 
40 St. Johns 28 H 


27 Gallaudet 
7 Catholic University 
11 George Washington 


26 
25 
25 




24 Stevens Institute 27 H 
30 VPI 14 H 
28 Virginia 34 R 


16-6 (10-3 H; 6-2 R; 0-1 N) 
9-5 SC 

Maryland 


Maryland 

13 Wisconsin 22 H 
40 VPI 20 R 


9 Gallaudet 


33 




23 North Carolina 22 H 


27 William & Mary 23 H 


30 Duke 28 H 


29 Catholic 40 H 


12 Catholic University 


14 




25 West Virginia 15 H 


27 Duke 28 H 


29 VMI 30 R 


56 Washington College 30 R 


20 George Washington 


53 




41 Duke 20 H 


37 Catholic 30 H 


40 Washington & Lee 43 R 


45 Johns Hopkins 40 H 








30 Virginia 21 H 


54 Virginia 20 H 


27 Johns Hopkms 37 R 


47 Georgetown 39 R 


No Teams for 1919-20 






32 Princeton 26 H 


41 Johns Hopkins 24 H 


37 VPI 21 H 


47 Duke 35 S 


through 1922-23. 






19 Mississippi Aggies 22 S 


43 Navy 39 R 


27 Catholic 29 R 


32 Washington & Lee 38 S 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



109 



1936-37 



8-12 (7-3 H; 1-8 R; 


MI\ 


1) 


4-8 SC 






Maryland 






40 Richmond 


51 


R 


54 Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 


27 Washington & Lee 


51 


R 


48 VMI 


28 


R 


48 Western Maryland 


36 


H 


31 Duke 


34 


R 


41 Washington College 


20 


H 


37 Virginia 


23 


H 


33 N.C. State 


35 


R 


24 North Carolina 


41 


R 


30 Duke 


34 


R 


37 Navy 


53 


R 


35 North Carolina 


44 


H 


41 William & Mary 


29 


H 


45 VMI 


28 


H 


35 Washington & Lee 


41 


H 


27 Georgetown 


39 


H 


37 St Johns 


39 


R 


41 N.C. State 


35 


H 


35 N.C. State 


42 


S 


1937-38 






15-9 (10-3 H; 4-5 R; 1-1 N) 


7-4 SC 






Maryland 






26 Richmond 


31 


H 


26 Michigan 


33 


H 


50 Baltimore 


32 


K 


43 Randolph Macon 


27 


H 


29 Washington 8t Lee 


31 


R 


42 VMI 


27 


R 


39 Georgetown 


57 


R 


40 Duke 


35 


H 


24 North Carolina 


43 


R 


34 Duke 


44 


R 


42 VPI 


35 


H 


34 Navy 


37 


R 


27 NYU 


42 


H 


36 Washington & Lee 


32 


H 


45 William & Mary 


38 


H 


43 VMI 


33 


H 


49 Catholic 


33 


H 


43 Washington College 


42 


R 


39 Vuginia 


23 


R 


57 Dickinson 


27 


H 


56 Johns Hopkins 


30 


H 


38 St. Johns 


29 


H 


45 Citadel 


43 


S 


32 Duke 


35 


s 



1938-39 

15-9 (9-2 H; 4-6 R; 2-1 N) 
8-3 N 

Maryland 

34 Richmond 41 R 

45 Clemson 35 H 

44 Davidson 27 H 

24 Pennsylvania 36 R 

25 Army 45 R 
37 Navy 47 R 
37 Duke 34 H 
34 North Carolina 32 H 
34 Hampden-Sydney 25 H 
31 Virginia 21 H 
60 Duke 44 R 
66 North Carolina 41 R 
40 N.C State 46 R 
25 Georgetown 

39 Washington & Lee 
49 William & Mary 
48 St Johns 
53 UM 

40 Catholic 38 R 
24 George Washington 37 R 
47 Washington College 37 H 
47 Richmond 32 S 
53 N.C State 29 S 
27 Clemson 39 S 



39 H 

37 H 

57 H 

20 R 

35 H 



1939-40 

14-9 (9-2 H; 4-6 R; 1 
7-4 SC 

Maryland 

48 Western Maryland 
47 Randolph Macon 
53 Clemson 

34 Pennsylvania 
51 Rutgers 

53 Rhode Island State 
32 Duke 

35 Richmond 

28 Georgetown 

49 VPI 

25 Washington & Lee 
43 NC State 

30 Clemson 

30 South Carolina 

37 Duke 

49 Johns Hopkms 

60 VMI 

19 Washington & Lee 

46 Catholic 

27 VMI 

26 George Washington 
43 Washington & Lee 
32 Duke 

1940-41 

1-21 (1-10 H; 0-11 
0-13 SC 

Maryland 

36 Richmond 

24 Johns Hopkms 
34 Clemson 
32 Pennsylvania 

26 Duke 

41 Washington & Lee 

30 VMI 

34 Georgetown 

36 North Carolina 

17 Richmond 

17 Duke 

29 North Carolina 

27 Navy 

18 Virginia 

15 Washington & Lee 

28 George Washington 
40 William& Mary 

43 Connecticut 

45 Rutgers 

27 VMI 

39 VPI 

26 Washington College 



IN) 



32 H 

16 H 

26 H 

41 R 



30 H 

19 H 

27 R 

41 H 

44 H 

36 R 



36 H 

33 R 

39 R 

31 H 

25 H 

44 H 



Rl 



48 H 

38 R 

48 H 

43 R 

40 H 

59 R 



55 H 



42 H 

61 R 

58 H 

52 H 

50 H 

41 H 

48 H 

18 H 



1941-48 

7-15 (4-5 H; 3-10 R) 
3-8 SC 

Maryland 

41 Richmond 23 R 

34 William & Mary 39 R 

36 West Virginia 63 R 

15 SetonHall 59 R 

40 CCNY 57 R 
48 St Johns (NY) 64 R 
36 Vuginia 34 R 
33 Duke 37 R 

28 Washington College 25 H 
51 Georgetown 42 R 

29 George Washington 47 H 
36 Virginia 26 H 

41 VMI 46 R 
44 Washington 8i Lee 52 R 
28 Washington & Lee 30 H 
47 Navy 61 R 

42 William & Mary 32 H 
27 West Vuginia 41 H 
32 Army 44 R 

30 North Carolina 34 H 
46 Duke 64 H 
39 VMH 36 H 



1942-43 

8-8 (5-3 H; 3-5 R) 
5-5 SC 



Maryland 






32 Richmond 


28 


H 


47 North Carolina 


40 


H 


53 Vuginia 


49 


K 


49 Pennsylvania 


51 


R 


40 Washington & Lee 


50 


R 


34 VMI 


35 


R 


43 George Washington 


48 


R 


63 Navy 


54 


R 


40 Army 


44 


R 


43 Duke 


46 


K 


55 Washington 8t Lee 


35 


H 


56 Vuginia 


42 


R 


40 North Carolina 


31 


R 


36 Georgetown 


46 


H 


51 Wuliam&Mary 


36 


K 


35 VMI 


36 


H 



1943-44 

4-14 (3-6 H; 1-7 R; 0-1 N) 
2-1 SC 



Maryland 






33 Quantico Marines 


59 


H 


39 Marshall 


46 


H 


20 Bainbridge Navy 


52 


H 


20 Vuginia 


52 


R 


43 VMI 


36 


H 


43 HampdenSydney 


51 


H 


25 Bainbridge Navy 


78 


R 


29 FortBevor 


60 


H 


33 Catholic 


31 


H 


26 Vuginia 


49 


H 


33 Catholic 


53 


R 


34 Richmond 


65 


R 


48 Woodrow Gen Hosp 


26 


H 


25 Woodrow Gen Hosp 


35 


R 


31 VMI 


29 


R 


35 Navy 


69 


R 


22 Army 


85 


R 


23 N.C. State 


42 


S 



1944-45 

2-14 (1-5 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 N) 
2-5 SC 



Maryland 

26 Gallaudet 

28 North Carolina 

24 Duke 

32 NC State 

33 Navy 
46 VMI 

34 Marine Corps Inst. 
42 N.C. State 

42 Hampden-Sydney 

26 Virginia 

27 VMI 

33 Vuginia 

53 William & Mary 

41 Merchant Marine 

34 Army 
49 Duke 

1948-46 



27 H 
53 R 



51 
46 
70 



28 H 

50 H 

57 H 

43 H 

57 R 

35 R 

61 H 



46 

54 
54 
76 



9-12 (8-4 H; 1-7 R; 0-1 N) 
5-5 SC 



Maryland 

61 Marine Corps Inst. 

43 Marshall 

47 Quantico Marines 

25 Duke 

47 N.C. State 

28 North Carolina 

36 Navy 

37 N.C. State 
45 Virginia 
43 Duke 

35 Hampden-Sydney 

48 George Washington 
31 North Carolina 

37 Vuguua 

43 Merchant Marine 



46 H 
50 H 
50 H 



33 H 

48 R 

38 H 

32 H 

35 H 

33 H 

36 H 

39 H 



37 Richmond 31 H 
36 William & Mary 42 R 
33 West Vuginia 35 H 
25 Army 52 R 
31 Merchant Marine 48 R 
27 N.C. State 54 S 

1946-47 

14-10 (9-3 H; 5-6 R; 0-1 N) 
9-4 SC 
Maryland 

43 West Vuginia 
49 Western Maryland 

41 Johns Hopkms 
62 Quantico Marines 

42 North Carolina 
39 Richmond 

44 George Washington 
65 Washington & Lee 
57 VPI 
61 VMI 

61 North Carolina 

27 Navy 

59 Washington & Lee 

55 Georgetown 

48 George Washington 

49 Richmond 
55 VPI 

38 Duke 
47 Kings Pomt 
57 Army 

52 Citadel 

53 VMI 

54 Pennsylvania 

43 N.C. State 



81 
39 
36 
48 
58 
41 
43 
60 
49 
50 
57 
55 
50 
49 
63 
68 
42 
40 
73 
54 
40 
45 



55 




"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; 0-1 N) 
9-7 SC 

Maryland 

63 Western Maryland 58 R 

52 Loyola 63 H 

59 Davidson 58 H 

64 Washington & Lee 70 R 

53 VMI 46 R 
64 Johns Hopkms 53 R 

46 North Carolina 70 R 
42 Duke 53 R 
40 Georgetown 52 R 
49 Clemson 42 H 
44 Vuginia 64 R 

47 Navy 51 R 
68 South Carolina 54 H 

63 VMI 48 H 
44 Army 48 R 

64 Washington & Lee 38 H 
49 George Washington 65 R 
47 North Carolina 51 H 
56 Vuginia 68 H 

60 Richmond 53 H 

54 South Carolina 53 R 
63 Clemson 61 R 
62 Richmond 64 R 
35 George Washington 59 H 
51 Davidson 58 S 



1948-49 

9-18 (4-5 H; 5-12 R; 0-1 N) 
8-7 SC 

Maryland 

49 Temple 67 R 

60 VPI 51 H 
75 Loyola (Baltimore) 77 R 

45 Richmond 54 H 
47 Vuginia 53 H 
74 Clemson 50 H 

47 North Carolina 55 R 
49 Davidson 52 R 
43 Vuginia 79 R 

51 Georgetown 53 R 
67 Pennsylvania 81 R 

46 Navy 52 R 
54 George Washington 66 H 
43 Miami (Ohio) 42 R 

48 Miami (Ohio) 58 R 
33 Cincinnati 70 R 
53 VMI 45 R 
66 Washington & Lee 60 R 
79 South Carolina 49 H 
42 North Carolina 66 H 

52 Georgetown 56 H 
57 South Carolina 56 R 

49 Clemson 68 R 
66 Richmond 61 R 
42 George Washington 61 R 
70 VMI 55 H 

61 North Carolina 79 S 

1949-80 

7-18 (6-6 H; 1-12 R) 
5-13 SC 




Maryland 

57 VPI 63 R 

40 Tennessee 61 R 

56 Vuginia 66 R 

65 Washington & Lee 46 H 

52 Pennsylvania 54 R 

55 Clemson 60 H 
62 Navy 75 R 
71 OhioWesleyan 75 H 

53 North Carolina 55 R 
46 Duke 58 R 
71 Georgetown 65 R 
52 Wiwam&Mary 56 H 
49 Richmond 59 R 
51 George Washington 72 H 

66 William fit Mary 64 R 
65 VMI 53 H 

56 North Carolina 69 H 
61 VMI 62 R 

67 Duke 57 H 
56 South Carolina 61 H 
70 Vuginia 52 H 
64 Davidson 61 H 

67 Richmond 48 H 
44 South Carolina 59 R 

68 Clemson 70 R 



BUDMTLLIKAN 

17 Seasons: 

1950-51 to 1966-67 

Record: 243- 182 

Conference: 130-109 

1980-81 

16-11 (10-3 H; 5-7 R; 1-1 N) 
11-8 SC 

Maryland 

59 Vuginia 57 H 

65 Pennsylvania 74 R 



110 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



TERPS THROUGH THE YEARS 



48 Wilkam&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 


58 Georgetown 


47 


H 


57 VPI 


66 


H 


56 North Carolina 


55 


H 


57 Davidson 


55 


R 


43 South Carolina 


70 


R 


44 Clemson 


50 


R 


65 Washington & Lee 


83 


R 


46 VMI 


41 


F 


47 South Carolina 


37 


H 


64 West Virginia 


70 


H 


40 Duke 


49 


H 


50 Wilham & Mary 


55 


R 


54 Clemson 


50 


H 


42 Richmond 


33 


H 


47 George Washington 


67 


R 


65 VMI 


46 


H 


50 Clemson 


48 


S 


45 NC State 


54 


S 


1951-32 






13-9 (8-1 H; 5-7 R; 0-1 N) 


9-5 SC 






Maryland 






59 Virginia 


42 


R 


71 Washington & Lee 


51 


H 


52 Pennsylvania 


53 


R 


54 Wilham & Mary 


53 


H 


36 West Virginia 


39 


R 


57 VMI 


39 


R 


51 Washington & Lee 


43 


R 


47 North Carolina 


51 


R 


48 Navy 


45 


R 


63 Vuginia 


53 


H 


55 Georgetown 


40 


H 


55 Rutgers 


61 


R 


71 North Carolina 


51 


H 


64 VMI 


46 


H 


55 Richmond 


45 


H 


66 Wilham & Mary 


71 


R 


51 Duke 


56 


R 


61 Georgetown 


71 


R 


54 Richmond 


50 


R 


56 George Washington 


57 


H 


71 Davidson 


48 


H 


48 Duke 


51 


S 


1982-83 






15-8 (8-2 H; 6-5 R; 1-1 N) 


12-3 SC 






Maryland 






71 Virginia 


61 


H 


64 Wilham & Mary 


61 


H 


53 Pennsylvania 


70 


R 


52 West Virginia 


45 


H 


54 VMI 


37 


R 


58 Washington & Lee 


40 


R 


49 North Carolina 


59 


R 


59 Vuginia 


56 


R 


63 Richmond 


60 


R 


45 Georgetown 


54 


H 


65 VPI 


46 


H 


68 North Carolina 


66 


H 


62 George Washington 


63 


R 


70 VPI 


56 


R 


46 Richmond 


49 


H 


67 VMI 


41 


H 


87 Washington & Lee 


56 


H 


79 Wilham & Mary 


57 


R 


48 Georgetown 


49 


R 


47 Navy 


51 


R 


66 George Washington 


53 


H 


74 Duke 


65 


S 


69 Wake Forest 


61 


S 



1953-54 

23-7 (9-2 H; 13-4 R; 1-1 N) 

7-2ACC(2nd) 

Maryland 

53 South Carolina 49 R 
81 Clemson 41 R 

54 Wake Forest 71 R 

69 William & Mary 54 R 

71 West Virginia 54 R 

60 VPI 52 H 
79 South Carolina 48 H 

65 Arizona State 50 R 

66 Evansville 58 R 
54 Ky Wesleyan 37 R 

72 Richmond 64 R 

70 Virginia 64 H 

75 Clemson 54 H 

56 Georgetown 58 R 

71 Richmond 73 H 
68 George Washington 61 H 
70 Virginia 56 R 

61 Tampa 51 R 
63 Miami (Fla) 57 R 

51 Washington & Lee 25 R 
54 VPI 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 Wilham & Mary 55 H 

75 Clemson 59 A 

56 Wake Forest 64 A 

1954-BB 

17-7 (7-2 H; 10-4 R; 0-1 N) 
10-4 ACC (3rd) 

Maryland 

60 Georgetown 43 H 
49 Duke 47 H 

58 Wake Forest 62 H 

72 Virginia 69 R 

61 Duke 68 R 

70 North Carolina 60 R 
58 Texas Tech 54 R 
83 Rhode Island 66 R 
78 Cincinnati 61 R 
68 South Carolina 51 H 
78 Virginia 65 H 

71 Clemson 63 R 
68 South Carolina 52 R 
68 N.C. State 64 H 
53 George Washington 75 R 

60 Navy 54 R 

67 Wilham & Mary 62 R 

67 George Washington 73 H 

63 North Carolina 61 H 

68 Clemson 66 H 

58 NC State 78 R 
71 Wake Forest 75 R 

57 Georgetown 48 R 
67 Virginia 68 A 

1988-56 

14-10 (9-5 H; 5-4 R; 0-1 N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 

Maryland 

67 Vuginia 55 H 

52 Wilham & Mary 51 H 

61 Wake Forest 51 H 

61 Kentucky 62 H 

62 North Carolina 68 H 
75 Michigan State 95 H 

75 St Francis 66 H 

76 South Carolina 57 H 
62 George Washington 48 H 
71 Clemson 63 R 

59 South Carolina 53 R 

64 N.C. State 73 H 
62 Duke 76 R 



55 North Carolina 


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 Virginia 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 Vuginia 63 R 
62 Fordham 68 H 
59 Wake Forest 53 H 

55 Kentucky 76 R 

61 North Carolina 70 R 
89 Montana State 72 R 
93 New Mexico A8iM 45 R 
43 Vuginia 39 R 

59 Clemson 52 R 

60 South Carolina 68 R 

62 Duke 51 H 

68 George Washington 48 R 
66 South Carolina 59 H 

82 Georgetown 69 H 
79 NC State 66 H 

60 Duke 72 R 

84 George Washington 67 H 

61 North Carolina 65 H 

85 Vuginia 64 H 

56 NC State 49 R 

58 Wake Forest 62 R 
55 Navy 56 R 
74 Clemson 65 H 

62 Georgetown 59 R 
71 Virginia 68 A 
64 South Carolina 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 Carolina 59 R 

66 Clemson 73 R 
74 Duke 49 H 
74 North Carolina 61 H 

55 Georgetown 45 R 
48 N.C. State 57 H 
64 Navy 51 R 
87 Vuginia 66 R 
74 Wake Forest 67 R 
72 Clemson 54 H 
64 N.C State 69 R 

69 Vuginia 56 H 

59 Duke 68 R 
59 North Carolina 66 R 

56 Georgetown 46 H 
99 South Carolina 59 H 

70 Vuginia 66 A 

71 Duke 65 A 

86 North Carolina 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 


55 


H 


62 Northwestern 


66 


K 


63 Virginia 


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 


59 South Carolina 


41 


R 


46 Clemson 


55 


R 


61 Georgetown 


53 


H 


69 Duke 


78 


R 


57 North Carolina 


64 


R 


53 Wake Forest 


56 


R 


65 George Washington 


66 


H 


37 N.C. State 


53 


R 


77 Clemson 


58 


H 


50 Virginia 


62 


R 


69 North Carolina 


51 


H 


67 Georgetown 


56 


R 


75 South Carolina 


45 


H 


65 Virginia 


66 


A 


1959-80 






15-8 (8-2 H; 7-5 R; 0-1 N) 


9-5 ACC (3rd) 






Maryland 
64 George Washington 


57 


R 


70 Vuginia 


62 


H 


59 Georgetown 


48 


H 


47 Wake Forest 


54 


H 


63 Indiana 


72 


R 


76 Fordham 


54 


R 


103 Yale 


80 


H 


85 South Carolina 


52 


H 


51 Georgetown 


66 


R 


56 Duke 


48 


R 


63 NC State 


53 


H 


51 Navy 


50 


R 


66 North Carolina 


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 Washington 


84 


H 


64 North Carohna 


81 


R 


67 Clemson 


59 


R 


72 South Carohna 


55 


R 


58 NC State 


74 


A 



1980-81 

14-12 (8-2 H; 5-9 R; 1-1 N) 
6-8 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

64 Perm State 47 H 

57 Virginia 52 R 

80 George Washington 66 H 

64 Minnesota 53 R 

78 Georgetown 67 R 

60 Wake Forest 72 H 
57 North Carohna 81 R 
67 N.C. State 75 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 Carolina 63 R 
69 Wake Forest 78 R 
59 Clemson 76 R 

61 South Carolina 64 R 
66 N.C State 83 R 

76 Duke 71 H 
44 George Washington 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 






66 Perm State 


71 


R 


78 Georgetown 


79 


H 


68 N.C State 


73 


H 


75 Minnesota 


69 


H 


79 Wake Forest 


62 


H 


91 Virginia 


70 


R 


62 Mississippi State 


64 


R 


64 Louisville 


83 


R 


67 George Washington 


56 


R 


77 South Carohna 


86 


H 


83 Georgetown 


70 


R 


68 Duke 


84 


K 


81 George Washington 


67 


H 


61 N.C State 


68 


R 


71 Miami (Fla) 


68 


R 


58 Navy 


67 


R 


79 North Carolina 


62 


H 


68 South Carohna 


85 


P 


61 Clemson 


73 


R 


53 Duke 


79 


H 


78 Wake Forest 


81 


R 


67 North Carohna 


70 


R 


68 Vuginia 


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 Perm State 62 H 
70 Georgetown 79 R 
56 Duke 92 R 
74 N.C. State 76 H 

67 Virginia 61 R 
74 Wake Forest 85 H 

68 South Carohna 63 H 
74 George Washington 72 H 

67 Navy 61 H 
56 North Carohna 78 H 

59 N.C State 79 R 

68 George Washington 67 R 

73 Georgetown 72 H 

68 North Carohna 82 R 

60 Clemson 62 R 
51 South Carolina 44 R 

54 Wake Forest 76 R 

69 Virginia 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 Vuginia 58 H 
72 Georgetown 83 R 

62 Perm State 91 R 
72 N.C. State 62 H 

74 West Vuginia 72 H 
56 Clemson 48 H 
59 Tennessee 70 R 

75 LSU 65 R 

64 Arizona 67 R 
82 Columbia 76 R 

69 South Carolina 73 H 

55 Navy 68 R 
88 North Carohna 97 R 

65 N.C. State 66 R 
91 Wake Forest 82 R 
80 George Washington 76 R 
67 West Vuginia 91 R 
72 Duke 104 H 



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111 



77 Wake Forest 
74 North Carolina 
73 Virginia 

63 Duke 

78 Georgetown 
68 Clemson 

64 South Carolina 
67 Clemson 



79 H 
64 H 



79 

84 



81 H 



83 
74 
81 



1984-65 

18-8 (9-3 H; 8-4 R; 1-1 N) 
10-4ACC(T2nd) 

Maryland 

72 Perm State 71 H 
82 George Washington 80 H 
59 Virginia 61 R 
62 N.C. State 63 H 

73 West Virginia 80 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 N.C. State 73 R 
91 North Carolina 80 R 
64 Duke 82 R 

86 West Virginia 78 R 
85 Georgetown 67 R 
52 Virginia 47 H 

70 Navy 57 R 

85 Duke 82 H 
88 Clemson 71 H 

73 South Carolina 59 H 
61 Clemson 50 A 
67 N.C.State 76 A 

1968-66 

14-11 (7-3 H; 7-7 R; 0-1 N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 

Maryland 

61 Perm State 65 R 

87 Wake Forest 66 H 
59 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 Carolina 67 R 

62 Virginia 65 H 
61 Duke 76 R 

58 N.C. 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 Virginia 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 Virginia 65 R 
50 Oklahoma State 49 R 

53 Memphis State 55 R 

59 Wake Forest 68 H 
66 Davidson 65 R 



67 Army 

60 N.C. 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 

54 South Carolina 



54 R 

55 H 
81 R 
72 H 
48 H 
61 H 



52 H 
80 R 
76 H 



79 H 
65 R 




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 N.C. State 75 H 

66 South Carolina 65 H 
60 Wake Forest 73 R 

53 Texas El Paso 70 R 

72 Southern Illinois 73 R 

59 South Carolina 68 R 
52 N.C. State 68 R 
79 West Virginia 75 H 
52 Duke 84 H 
93 Clemson 94 R 
76 Navy 72 H 

73 Miami (Fla.) 93 R 

67 North Carolina 73 H 
64 Duke 85 R 
66 WestVuginia 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 Perm State 56 H 

66 West Virginia 86 R 

67 South Carolina 79 R 

63 Princeton 72 H 
87 Wake Forest 95 R 
99 George Washington 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 N.C. State 85 R 
67 South Carolina 69 H 



85 Duke 

83 Clemson 

77 Virginia 

87 North Carolina 
81 N.C. State 
91 West Virginia 

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 



\»**\ 



\W* 






CHARLES "Lefty" 




DRIESELL 






17 Seasons: 






1969-70 to 1985-86 




Record: 348-159 




Conference: 122-100 




1969-70 






13-13 (10-4 H; 3-8 R; 0-1 N) 


5-9 ACC (6th) 






M&ryl&nd 
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 Fordham 


71 


H 


94 Delaware 


58 


H 


57 N.C. State 


91 


R 


96 Wake Forest 


88 


R 


83 West Virginia 


76 


H 


44 South Carolina 


55 


R 


75 Clemson 


63 


R 


73 Navy 


57 


H 


97 Mame 


68 


H 


52 Duke 


50 


H 


69 North Carolina 


77 


H 


54 N.C. State 


64 


R 


81 Georgetown 


71 


H 


69 Virginia 


71 


R 


83 North Carolina 


90 


R 


76 Duke 


87 


R 


103 Clemson 


85 


H 


78 West Virginia 


83 


R 


79 Virginia 


71 


H 


57 N.C. State 


67 


A 


1970-71 






14-12 (11-4 H; 3-7 R; 0-1 N) 


5-9 ACC (T6th) 




Maryland 






86 Delaware 


73 


H 


109 Buffalo 


70 


H 


85 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 Carolina 


30 


H 


56 Clemson 


52 


H 


69 George Washington 


67 


H 


88 Loyola (Md.) 


69 


R 


70 North Carolina 


105 


R 


61 N.C. State 


71 


R 



88 Duke 
63 Virginia 
67 Duke 

76 North Carolina 
56 SetonHall 
45 Clemson 
81 West Virginia 
66 Wake Forest 

89 Virginia 

63 South Carolina 



79 R 

78 R 

70 H 

100 H 

55 R 

51 R 

83 H 
72 R 

84 H 
A 



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 

57 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 Carolina 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 52 A 

62 Virginia 57 A 
64 North Carolina 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 Canisius 80 H 

99 Georgetown 73 R 

88 George Washington 79 H 
90 Georgia Tech 55 H 

90 Syracuse 76 H 
76 Kent State 58 H 
79 Clemson 75 R 

93 Virginia 74 H 
85 N.C. State 87 H 

76 Navy 67 R 
105 Wake Forest 76 H 

100 Long Island 73 H 

94 North Carolina 88 H 
78 NC State 89 R 
81 Duke 85 R 

83 Fordham 72 R 
93 Buffalo 64 H 
85 North Carolina 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 

116 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 50 R 

86 Canisius 73 H 

73 North Carolina 82 R 

80 N.C. State 86 H 
101 Duke 83 H 

88 Virginia 81 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 

I974-7S 

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 

81 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 83 R 
66 North Carolina 69 H 

98 N.C. State 97 R 

86 Virginia 79 H 

65 Fordham 46 R 

104 Duke 80 R 
96 North Carolina 74 R 
70 Virginia 51 R 

103 Duquesne 82 R 
70 Clemson 64 H 

104 East Tennessee 87 H 
85 N.C. State 87 A 

83 Creighton 79 C 
83 Notre Dame 71 C 
82 Louisville 96 C 

1978-76 

22-6 (13-2 H; 8-3 R; 1-1 N) 
7-5 ACC (T2nd) 

Maryland 

127 East Carolina 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 Princeton 59 H 

111 Long Island 88 H 



112 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



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 Carolina (ot) 


95 


R 


102 N.C. State 


84 


H 


69 Notre Dame 


63 


R 


69 Virginia 


66 


R 


102 Duke 


91 


H 


69 North Carobna 


81 


H 


98 Clemson 


89 


R 


72 Georgetown 


63 


R 


67 Duke 


69 


R 


106 Wake Forest 


91 


H 


81 Virginia 


73 


H 


80 Duke(ot) 


78 


A 


65 Virginia 


73 


A 


1976-77 






19-8 (15-4 H; 3-3 R; 1-1 N) 


7-5 ACC (4th) 






Maryland 






79 Notre Dame (ot) 


80 


H 


86 Ball State 


70 


H 


49 Long Island 


45 


H 


58 Pnnceton 


45 


H 


80 East Carolina 


69 


H 


92 DePaul 


74 


H 


76 Appalachian St. 


74 


H 


106 Bucknell 


72 


H 


84 Xavier 


74 


H 


96 Syracuse 


85 


H 


90 Richmond 


87 


H 


85 Wake Forest (ot) 


86 


H 


87 N.C. State 


80 


H 


62 Navy 


54 


N 


71 Clemson 


93 


R 


68 North Carotna 


71 


H 


75 N.C. State 


73 


R 


76 George Washington 


86 


H 


82 Virginia 


67 


H 


65 Duke(ot) 


64 


R 


70 North Carolina 


97 


R 


84 Clemson 


78 


H 


88 Pittsburgh 


75 


H 


85 Duke 


72 


H 


81 Wake Forest 


80 


R 


68 Vugima 


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) 

Maryland 

95 Bucknell 62 H 

78 American 65 N 

91 Georgetown 87 N 

89 Perm State 80 N 
130 East Carolina 106 H 

90 George Washington 101 R 
94 Long Island 64 H 
99 Army 77 H 

91 Western Kentucky 78 H 
65 Georgia Tech 63 H 
78 Duke 88 H 
75 Wake Forest 84 R 
82 N.C. State 88 R 
74 Air Force 73 H 
90 Clemson 75 H 
71 North Carolina 85 
73 N.C. State 80 
54 Notre Dame 69 
64 Virginia 66 
81 Nevada-Las Vegas 
64 North Carolina 
80 Clemson 75 R 
86 Pittsburgh (ot) 89 R 
70 Duke 81 R 



R 

80 H 
69 R 
66 R 
68 H 
66 H 



91 Wake Forest 89 H 

70 Virginia 79 H 

109 N.C. State (3 ot) 108 A 

69 Duke 81 A 



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 East Carolina 
124 N.C. State 
129 Canisfus 

62 St. Joseph's (ot) 

83 Southern California 

84 George Washington 
60 Wake Forest 

82 N.C State (2ot) 
84 Louisville 

77 Clemson 

53 North Carolina 
82 Navy 

66 Notre Dame 

63 Virginia 

78 Duke 

67 North Carolina 
77 Clemson 

70 Duke 

54 Wake Forest 
72 Virginia 

75 Clemson 

79 North Carolina 

67 Rhode Island (3 ot) 
72 Ohio State 

1979-80 



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 



69 H 
68 H 



24-7 (16-0 H; 4-4 R; 4-3 1 


1) 


11-3 ACC 






ACC REGULAR SEASON 


CHAMPIONS 






Maryland 






82 U.M.E.S. 


58 


H 


56 Penn State 


55 


N 


71 Georgetown 


83 


N 


72 Brown 


59 


H 


113 Catholic 


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 Carolina 


86 


R 


66 N.C. State 


62 


H 


63 Notre Dame 


64 


R 


63 Vugima 


61 


R 


101 Duke 


82 


H 


70 North Carolina 


69 


H 


81 Clemson 


90 


R 


99 Boston 


76 


H 


85 East Carolina 


72 


H 


61 Duke 


66 


R 


83 Wake Forest 


77 


H 


82 Virginia 


71 


H 


52 George Tech(ot) 


49 


A 


91 Clemson 


8b 


A 


72 Duke 


73 


A 


86 Tennessee 


75 


C 


68 Georgetown 


74 


C 



1980-81 






21-10 (13-3 H; 6-5 R; 3-2 N) 


8-6 ACC (4th) 






86 Navy 


64 


H 


95 American 


65 


H 


96 Wagner 


73 


R 


83 Syracuse 


73 


R 


109 Fairleigh Dickinson 


83 


H 


67 Louisville 


78 


R 


82 N.C. State (ot) 


75 


H 


66 Georgia Tech 


55 


R 


114 Marshall 


89 


H 


74 St. Joseph's 


57 


H 


69 William&Mary 


64 


H 


66 North Carolina 


75 


R 


94 Duke 


79 


H 


64 Virginia 


66 


H 


68 Clemson(ot) 


62 


R 


81 U.M.E.S. 


65 


H 


70 Notre Dame 


73 


H 


69 Pittsburgh (ot) 


66 


R 


72 George Tech 


64 


H 


60 Wake Forest 


67 


R 


54 Duke 


55 


R 


72 Clemson 


70 


H 


63 North Carolina 


76 


H 


94 Wake Forest 


80 


H 


76 N.C. State 


72 


R 


63 Virginia 


74 


R 


56 Duke 


53 


A 


85 Vugima 


62 


A 


60 North Carolina 


61 


A 


81 Tenn Chattanooga 


69 


C 


64 Indiana 


99 


C 



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 

50 William & Mary 

61 Georgia Tech 

61 Wake Forest 

77 Duke 
94 Hofstra 

56 North Carolina 

66 Clemson 

42 Wake Forest 

38 N.C. State 

47 Virginia (ot) 

28 N.C. State 

66 Richmond 

69 Georgia 



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 R 



66 H 
60 H 
59 H 



59 R 

75 R 

48 R 

52 H 

46 H 



1982-83 






20-10 (14-3 H; 5-4 R; 1-3 N) 


8-6 ACC (T3rd) 




79 Penn State 


97 


N 


91 U.M.E.S. 


70 


H 


67 Canisius 


66 


R 


56 St. Joseph's 


64 


H 


85 Duquesne 


64 


H 


66 Towson 


56 


H 


80 UCLA(2ot) 


79 


H 



73 American 


71 


H 


56 William&Mary 


51 


H 


64 Virginia 


83 


H 


71 North Carolina 


72 


R 


67 Duke 


56 


H 


80 Clemson 


61 


R 


68 Notre Dame 


67 


H 


55 Holy Cross 


53 


R 


56 N.C. State 


81 


H 


98 Navy 


73 


H 


87 Old Dominion 


67 


H 


77 Georgia Tech 


68 


H 


66 Wake Forest 


79 


R 


106 North Carolina 


94 


H 


92 Clemson 


88 


H 


101 Duke 


90 


R 


60 Georgia Tech 


70 


R 


83 Wake Forest 


75 


H 


67 N.C. State 


58 


R 


81 Virginia 


83 


R 


58 Georgia Tech (ot) 


64 


A 


52 Term Chattanooga 


51 


C 


50 Houston 


60 


C 


1983-84 






24-8 (13-2 H; 6-4 R; 5-2 N) 


9-5 ACC (2nd 






ACC TOURNAMENT 




CHAMPIONS 






Maryland 






108 Johns Hopkins 


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 


55 


R 


58 William & Mary 


44 


H 


62 North Carolina 


74 


H 


81 Duke 


75 


R 


85 Clemson 


72 


H 


69 Old Dominion 


58 


R 


47 Notre Dame 


52 


R 


67 Vugima 


66 


R 


70 Georgia Tech 


71 


R 


87 Wake Forest 


90 


R 


84 Duke 


89 


H 


61 Dayton 


59 


H 


66 Clemson 


65 


R 


63 North Carolina 


78 


R 


79 Georgia Tech 


74 


H 


90 Wake Forest 


79 


H 


63 N.C. State 


50 


H 


74 Virginia 


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) 

8-6 ACC (T4th) 
Maryland 

56 Kansas 58 N 

54 Alaska 52 R 

72 Tennessee 49 N 

56 West Virginia 47 H 

95 Cleveland State 84 H 

59 Alabama 54 R 

76 Ohio State 73 H 

87 U.M.E.S. 48 H 

81 Loyola 74 R 

78 Iowa(ot) 68 N 

79 Hawaii 71 R 
69 Georgia Tech 70 N 
58 N.C. State 56 H 
61 Dayton 67 R 
74 North Carolina 75 R 
78 Duke(ot) 76 H 
94 Clemson 84 H 
76 U.NL.V. 78 R 
99 Holy Cross 75 H 



77 Notre Dame 
77 Villanova 
71 Virginia 
60 Georgia Tech 
87 Old Dominion 
64 Wake Forest 
62 Duke 

54 North Carolina 
64 Clemson 
43 Georgia Tech 
91 Towson State 
69 Wake Forest 
71 N.C. State 
60 Vugima 
73 Duke 

69 Miami (OH) (ot) 
64 Navy 
43 Villanova 



85 H 

74 H 
58 H 
72 H 

75 H 
62 R 

70 R 
60 H 

71 R 
48 R 
38 H 
66 H 



70 
55 
86 
68 
59 
46 



1985-88 






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 Georgia Tech 


68 


R 


67 North Carolina 


71 


H 


49 Virginia 


70 


R 


55 N.C. State 


67 


H 


68 Duke 


80 


R 


77 Wake Forest 


55 


H 


62 Villanova 


64 


R 


62 Notre Dame 


69 


R 


78 Clemson 


69 


H 


67 N.C. State 


66 


R 


60 Clemson 


70 


R 


91 UMES 


44 


H 


77 N.Carolina 


72 


R 


70 Georgia Tech 


77 


H 


59 Wake Forest 


48 


R 


87 Vuginia 


72 


H 


85 N. Carolina 


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 


I 




Maryland 






76 Winthrop 


58 


H 


70 Fairleigh Dickinson 


59 


H 


50 Notre Dame 


63 


H 


47 NC State 


69 


R 


79 Towson State 


71 


H 


65 North Carolina 


98 


R 


64 Vugima 


71 


H 


61 Duke 


85 


H 


64 Clemson 


72 


R 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



113 



77 Bucknell 


68 


H 










65 West Vuginia 


62 


H 




A^^ 






73 Old Dominion 


87 


R 




i^^^k 






90 James Madison 


76 


R 




u T. 






72 Georgia Tech 


76 


R 




W "* V 






58 Wake Forest 


69 


R 










79 Clemson 


80 


H 










67 Duke 


76 


R 




^ Mm 






74 Georgia Tech 


78 


H 










86 North Carolina 


93 


H 










73 Central Florida 


55 


H 


GARY WILLIAMS 




78 UMBC 


64 


H 


4 Seasons: 






68 Wake Forest 


75 


H 


1989-90 to Present 




72 NC State 

117UMES 


85 

51 


H 
H 


Record: 61-5" 


r 




77 Virginia 


82 


R 


Conference: 18-42 




63 North Carolina 


82 


A 


1989-90 






1987-88 






19-14 (12-4 H; 3-7 R; 4-3 N) 


18-13 (8-4 H; 6-7 R; 4-2 N) 


6-8ACC(T5th) 




6-8ACC(5th 






Maryland 






Maryland 






87 Delaware 


53 


H 


74 Loyola (Md.) 


60 


N 


105 Augusta College 


74 


H 


77 Mississippi 


69 


N 


51 South Carolina 


52 


N 


65 Winthrop 


52 


H 


78 Army 


60 


N 


49 West Virginia 


75 


R 


65 Connecticut 


87 


N 


82 Mt St. Mary's 


54 


R 


68 Jacksonville 


53 


H 


76 East Carolina 


59 


H 


63 Coppin State 


70 


H 


54 L.S.U. 


55 


R 


104 George Mason 


86 


N 


82 South Carolina 


77 


H 


91 E. Tennessee State 


86 


N 


88 Arkansas 


61 


H 


98 CSU-Sacramento 


68 


N 


93 Wake Forest 


76 


H 


110 Alcom State 


91 


H 


85 Missouri 


93 


R 


88 Wake Forest 


82 


H 


68 Clemson 


53 


H 


77 Clemson 


82 


R 


65 North Carolina 


71 


H 


98 North Carolina 


88 


H 


72 Duke 


69 


R 


80 Duke 


91 


R 


72 Virginia 


84 


R 


74 Virginia 


72 


R 


81 NC State 


83 


H 


61 Boston Univ. 


65 


R 


78 Notre Dame 


75 


R 


84 South Florida 


66 


H 


70 Old Dominion 


65 


R 


61 NC. State 


81 


R 


83 Georgia Tech 


96 


H 


89 Virginia Tech 


80 


H 


70 Clemson 


66 


R 


84 Georgia Tech 


90 


H 


83 Duke 


90 


H 


73 Clemson 


75 


H 


82 Georgia Tech 


104 


R 


111 Duke 


114 


H 


73 North Carolina 


74 


R 


78 Georgia Tech 


80 


R 


101 UMES 


51 


H 


80 North Carolina 


76 


R 


70 Wake Forest 


65 


R 


64 Southern Cal 


62 


R 


68 NC State 


74 


R 


113Md.-BaltimoreCty 


61 


H 


69 Vuginia 


63 


H 


74 Wake Forest 


84 


R 


84 Georgia Tech 


67 


A 


96 NC. State 


95 


H 


64 North Carolina 


74 


A 


89 Virginia 


74 


H 


92 Cal-Santa Barbara 


82 


C 


84 Duke 


104 


A 


81 Kentucky 


90 


C 


91 Massachusetts 


81 


T 








78 Perm State 


80 


T 


1988-89 












9-20 (5-9 H; 0-10 R; 4-1 N) 


1990-91 






1-13 ACC (8th) 




16-12 (11-3 H; 3-8 R; 2-1 N) 


Maryland 






5-9 ACC (7th) 






74 Texas Christian 


67 


N 


Maryland 






69 Georgia State 


62 


N 


93 Towson State 


69 


H 


97 UMES 


53 


H 


72 Southern Cal 


59 


H 


51 South Carolina 


57 


R 


86 West Virginia 


90 


R 


73 Morgan State 


61 


H 


86 Boston College 


100 


N 


68 Arkansas 


73 


R 


70 Jacksonville 


71 


R 


74 Monmouth 


70 


H 


93 UC -Irvine 


79 


H 


61 West Virginia 


69 


H 


64 Lafayette 


48 


H 


74 Lamar 


65 


N 


86 Rutgers 


81 


K 


51 Texas-El Paso 


69 


R 


78 South Carolina 


69 


N 


77 Louisiana State 


79 


H 


62 Wake Forest 


74 


R 


60 Wake Forest 


70 


R 


81 Clemson 


65 


H 


58 Clemson 


75 


R 


92 Md -Baltimore Cty 


66 


H 


72 North Carolina 


88 


R 


73 North Carolina 


105 


R 


72 Duke 


82 


H 


78 Duke 


94 


H 


58 Vuginia(OT) 


64 


H 


62 Vuginia 


76 


H 


73 Missouri 


87 


H 


87 South Florida 


81 


R 


67 N C.State 


90 


H 


85 Boston University 


59 


H 


78 UMBC 


66 


H 


104 N.C. State 


100 


H 


74 Georgia Tech 


87 


R 


72 American 


69 


H 


98 Clemson 


87 


H 


65 Georgia Tech 


80 


R 


60 Duke 


86 


R 


69 Clemson 


73 


R 


66 Georgia Tech 


67 


H 


81 Duke 


101 


R 


75 North Carolina 


86 


H 


96 Georgia Tech 


93 


H 


61 Wake Forest 


75 


H 


75 North Carolina 


87 


H 


77 N C.State 


94 


R 


82 Virginia Tech 


67 


R 


59 Virginia 


86 


R 


86 Wake Forest 


78 


H 


71 NC. State 


49 


A 


91 N.C. State 


114 


R 


58 North Carolina 


88 


A 


78 


Virginia 


74 R 



1991-92 

14-15 (10-5 H; 2-7 R; 2-3 N) 

5-11 ACC (8th) 

Maryland 

83 Mount St. Mary's 53 

115 Md -Eastern Shore 60 

93 American 68 

76 Providence 66 

101 West Virginia 91 

79 Louisville 96 

83 Towson State 76 

83 Rider College 69 

79 Rutgers 95 

64 Evansville 75 

67 Georgia Tech (#15) 92 

66 Duke(#l) 83 

88 N.C. State 94 



76 North Carolina (#14) 96 

83 Florida State 91 

76 Wake Forest 86 

84 Clemson 71 
75 Virginia 82 
93 Florida State (#23) 85 
65 Georgia Tech 67 

77 N.C. State 74 
89 Duke(#l) 91 
70 Clemson 82 
84 UNC-Greensboro 55 
82 North Carolina (#10) 80 
77 Wake Forest 66 
74 Vuginia 76 
81 Clemson 75 
87 Duke(#l) 94 







1992-93 










12-16 (8-7 H, 2-8 R, 2-1 N) 








2-14 ACC (8th) 








Maryland 


Opp 




Dl 


103 


Md -Baltimore Cty. 


80 


H 


D5 


72 


at West Virginia 


86 


A 


D7 


94 


Md -Eastern Shore 


63 


H 


D10 


98 


American 


67 


H 


D12 


93 


at La Salle 


76 


A 


D23 


78 


Towson State 


68 


H 


D26 


103 


Morgan State 


63 


H 


D28 


72 


Louisville 


67 


H 


J2 


109 


Howard 


69 


H 


J5 


75 


Georgia Tech 


85 


H 


J9 


73 


at North Carolina 


101 


A 


J13 


85 


at Florida State 


105 


A 


J16 


73 


Wake Forest 


86 


H 


J19 


89 


#Oklahoma 


78 


N 


J23 


70 


at N.C. State 


65 


A 


J26 


72 


at Clemson 


82 


A 


J30 


62 


Duke 


78 


H 


F4 


68 


Virginia 


70 


H 


F6 


79 


at Georgia Tech 


93 


A 


F9 


63 


North Carolina 


77 


H 


F13 


84 


Florida State 


87 


H 


F17 


64 


at Wake Forest 


88 


A 


F24 


88 


N.C. State 


71 


H 


F27 


73 


Clemson 


81 


H 


M3 


79 


at Duke 


95 


A 


M6 


74 


at Virginia 


88 


A 


Mil 


76 


SN.C. State 


55 


N 


M12 


66 


SNorth Carolina 


102 


N 



# Baltimore Arena. Baltimore. MD 
S ACC Tournament, Charlotte. NC 




Maryland's 1971-72 team won a program record 27 games and were crowned the champions 
of the National InvitationToumament. 



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TERP RECORD BOOK 



AP RANKINGS 



1954 

1 . Kentucky 

2. LaSalle 

3. Holy Cross 

4. Indiana 

5. Duquesne 

6. Notre Dame 

7. Bradley 

8. Western Kentucky 

9. Penn State 

10. Oklahoma A&M 
20. Maryland 

1958 

1. West Virginia 

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 

5. Long Beach St. 

6. South Carolina 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 

9. Bngham Young 
10. Flonda 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 

l.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 

l.DePaul 

2. Louisville 

3. Louisiana State 

4. Kentucky 

5. Oregon State 

6. Syracuse 

7. Indiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Notre Dame 
10. Ohio State 

1981 

l.DePaul 

2. Oregon State 

3. Arizona State 

4. Louisiana State 

5. Virginia 

6. North Carolina 

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 Bankings 



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 Carolma 

3. Pennsylvania 

4. Louisville 

5. South Carolina 

6. Long Beach St. 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 

9. Bngham Young 

10. Flonda State 

11. Maryland 

1973 

1 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. Arizona 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 

l.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. Anzona State 

6. North Carolina 

7. Indiana 

8. Kentucky 

9. Notre Dame 
10. Utah 

20. Maryland 

1984 

1. North Carolma 

2. Georgetown 

3. Kentucky 

4. DePaul 

5. Houston 

6. Illinois 

7. Arkansas 

8. Oklahoma 

9. Texas-El Paso 
10. Maryland 



TERP RECORD BOOK 



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1993-94 Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Schedule 



(ALL TIMES EASTERN - SUBJECT TO CHANGE) 



N 

V 
E 
M 
B 
E 
R 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 




14 


IS 


16 


17 

W Kenlucly al NORTH CAROLINA 
(ESPN-7 301 (Pre-Season NIT) 


is 


19 

NORTH CAROUNA in NIT (ESPN-7 301 


20 




21 


22 


21 


21 

H.C STATE in Alaskan Shooloul (TBAI 

NORTH CAROLINA in NIT (ESPN-TBAI 


25 

WAKE FOREST vs U ol Alaska 
(ESPN Midnight) 


26 

MARYLANO vs Georgetown (ESPN-2 001 

(USAir Centre landdver Md I 
H.C STATE in Alaskan Shooloul iTBAI 
WAKE FOREST m Alaskan Shooloul iTBAI 
NORTH CAROLINA in NIT (ESPN-TBAI 


27 

Northeastern al OUKE (7 301 

Cornell at MARYLANO (8 001 

N C STATE in Alaskan Shooloul (T8A) 

WAKE FOREST in ALaskan Shootcul (TBAI 




28 


29 

Connecticut al VIRGINIA. 7 001 
Ttuas-Arlmglon at CLEMSON 1? 30) 


30 

North Carolina AST a: GEORGIA TECH 

(7 301 
Rider a! MARYLAND |S 00) 


Florida Atlantic al FLORIDA STATE |7 00) 
CLEMSON at Charleston Southern |7 30) 
Citadel al OUKE (7 301 
Hawaii al NORTH CAROLINA |7 301 
William 8 Mary al VIRGINIA (7 301 
Winthrop al WAKE FOREST |7 301 


7 

Western Carolina al GEORGIA TECH (7 301 

UNC-GreensQoro at N.C. STATE (7 30) 

Md Baltimore County at MARYLAND i8 001 


3 

NORTH CAROUNA vs G Washington 

ITV-9 001 (Diet Pepsi Tourney - 

Charlotte N C 1 


( 

Rice al VIRGINIA (100) 
Furman al CLEMSON (2 00) 
Xavier al DUKE IESPN-7 30) 
Geotgia Stale al GEORGIA TECH (7 30) 
Cimooei: 11 N C. STATE (7 301 
Richmond al WAKE FOREST (7 30) 
Morgan Stale al MARYLANO (8 001 
NORTH CAROLINA in Oiel Pepsi Tourney 
ITV-TBA) 




D 
E 
C 
E 
M 
B 
E 
R 


5 

Bethune-Cookman a! FLORIDA STATE [2 00) 


i 

South Carolina Stale al DUKE 17 30) 

Davidson at WAKE FOREST 17 301 


J 

MARYLANO al OkLahoma (ESPN-9 301 


8 

Kansas al N.C STATE |! 301 

WAKE FOREST al VanderM (ESPN-7 30| 


9 

Colorado Sale 11 NORTH CAROLINA (7 301 

Coppin Slate at VIRGINIA (7 30) 


10 


11 

OUKE » Michigan (CBS-I OOI 
FLORIDA STATE It South Florida (700) 
Merar al GEORGIA TECH (7 301 
UNC-Asheville al N.C STATE (7 301 
VIRGINIA al Old Dominion ( 4-7 301 




12 


13 


14 


15 

CLEMSON al Minnesota (7 00) 
GEORGIA TECH vs Georgia 18 001 
|The Omni. Atlanta. Ga ) 


15 


17 


18 

Ohio State al NORTH CAROUNA IABC-1 30) 

Citadel at CLEMSDN (2 001 

Florida vs FLORIDA STATE (• -7 00| 

[Orlando, Fta 1 
Vanderbilt vs GEORGIA TECH (ESPN-7 301 

IKuppenheimer Classic - Atlanta, Ga I 




19 

CLEMSON vs Davidson I? 001 

1 Charlotte, N C ) 
AppaLaehan St al WAKE FOREST 1 2 001 


20 

Morgan Stale at FLORIDA STATE (7 00) 
Mourn Si Mary s al GEORGIA TECH 1 7 30) 
NORTH CAROLINA at Pittsburgh 
(ESPN-9 OOI 


21 


22 

Mount SI Mary s al FLORIDA STATE (7 00) 
DUKE al Iowa (ESPN-7 30) 
Marshall al WAKE FOREST (730) 
VIRGINIA al Stanlord 110 30) 
NC STATE al Oregon (10 351 


23 

Towson Stale vs MARYLANO (BOO) 
(Baltimore Arena. Baltimore. Md I 


24 


25 




26 


27 

GEORGIA TECH us Temple (7 00) 

(Holiday Festival New York. NY| 
CLEMSON vs Evansvtlle (TBAI 

iRambcw ClassK Honololo. Hawaii) 


28 

Minnesota at VIRGINIA (7 30I 
UCLA vs N.C. STATE |9 OOI 

(Greensboro Coliseum, Greensooro. N C I 
MARYLANO m Hall ol Fame (TBAI 

(Springlield Mass I 


29 

CLEMSON in Rainoow Classic 1TBA1 
GEORGIA TECH m Holiday Festival (TBAI 
MARYLANO in Hall ol Fame |TBA| 


30 

CLEMSON in Rainbow Classic iTBAi 
UNC-Greensboro al FLORIDA STATE [7 001 
CalilOrna al WAKE FOREST (7 301 
totem Carolina a! DUKE (7 301 
Liberty at VIRGINIA (7 301 


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Davidson 31 H.C STATE l2 Ml 
Marshall al NORTH CAROLINA (2 001 


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Canisujsal WAKE FOREST (730) 

VIRGINIA al Nevada-Las Vegas (ESPN 11 35) 


4 

MARYLAND al GEORGIA TECH [RJ-8 OOI 


5 

DUKE al CLEMSON (ESPN-7 001 

Virginia Military al WAKE FOREST |7 301 
N C STATE al NORTH CAROLINA (RJ 9 001 


i 

aORIDA STATE al VIRGINIA (ESPN-7 301 


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1 

NORTH CAROLINA It MARYLANO (RJ-I 30) 
UNC-Chartotte al CLEMSON 12 00) 
WAKE FOREST al FLORIDA STATE |3 301 
GEORGIA TECH al OUKE iRJ-l 00) 




9 

NC STATE al VIRGINIA (8 001 


10 

Brown at DUKE (7 30) 

CLEMSON al Merar (7 30) 


11 

FLORIDA STATE al MARYLAND (RJ! 001 


12 

VIRGINIA al CLEMSON iRJ-8 OOI 
NORTH CAROLINA al GEORGIA TECH 
(ESPN-9 001 


13 

WAKE FOREST 11 DUKE (ESPN-7 301 


14 


15 

CLEMSON It NORTH CAROLINA (RJ 1 301 
GEORGIA TECH a! Louisville I ♦ -2 OOI 
OUKE al VIRGINIA tRJ-4 OOI 
MARYLAND at WAKE FOREST (4 00) 




IS 

aORlOA STATE al N.C. STATE |RJ-2 001 


17 


11 


19 

CLEMSON al FLORIDA STATE |7 OOI 
GEORGIA TECH al WAKE FOREST (RJ 8 OOI 
NORTH CAROLINA al VIRGINIA (ESPN-9 00) 


21 

DUKE at N.C STATE IRJ-8 OOI 


21 


22 

aORIDA STATE 11 DUKE (RJ-1 OOI 

NORTH CAROLINA al Louisiana SI 

(CBS-3 OOI 
N.C. STATE al MARYLAND lRJ-3 301 
WAKE FOREST il CLEMSON 17 30) 




23 

VIRGINIA al GEORGIA TECH IRJ-2 M| 


24 

Appauchan Stale at CLEMSON (7 301 
Bullet at NORTH CAROLINA (7 301 


25 


28 

Noire Dame al OUKE (7 30) 
GEORGIA TECH al N.C STATE (7 30) 
CLEMSON al MARYLAND |8 00) 
VIRGINIA al WAKE FOREST iRJ-8 00) 
NORTH CAROLINA al FLORIDA STATE 
(ESPN-9 00) 


27 


2B 


29 

MARYLAND al OUKE (ESPN-12 001 

FLORIDA STATE it GEORGIA TECH 

(RJM30I 
NX, STATE 11 CLEMSON (RJ-4 00) 




30 

WAKE FOREST 11 NORTH CAROLINA 
|ABM 001 


31 


1 


2 

MARYLAND al VIRGINIA (ESPN-7 001 
GEORGIA TECH al CLEMSON 17 301 
N C STATE al WAKE FOREST (RJ 9 001 


3 

FLORIDA STATE al Massachusetts 

(ESPN-7 00| 
OUKE 11 NORTH CAROLINA (RJ 9 001 


4 


5 

WAKE FORESTal Rhode isandil 00) 
CLEMSON al DUKE- RJ 130) 
GEORGIA TECH a! MARYLAND <F3j 1 
NORTH CAROUNA at H C STATE ifU 4 OOi 




8 

VIRGINIA al FLORIDA STATE |ABC-3 45) 


7 

NC STATE al Tennessee (7 30) 


S 

OUKE at GEORGIA TECH (RJ-8 OOI 


9 

VIRGINIA alNC STATE (ESPN 7 00) 

South Carolina al CLEMSON |7 301 


10 

aORIDA STATE al WAKE FOREST 

(ESPN-7 301 
MARYLAND al NORTH CAROLINA IRJ-8 OOI 


11 


12 

CLEMSON at VIRGINIA .RJ-12 00) 
MARYLANO 11 FLORIDA STATE .RJ 2 OOi 
GEORGIA TECH al NORTH CAROLINA 
(ABC-3 301 




13 

DUKE al HUE FOREST (ABC-t 301 


1) 


15 


16 

N.C. STATE al FLORIDA STATE 17 OOI 
WAKE FOREST al MARYLAND (8 00) 
VIRGINIA al OUKE lESPN-9 001 


17 

NORTH CAROLINA 11 CLEMSON 
(ESPN-7 30] 


18 


19 

FLORIDA STATE at CLEMSON (RJ-12 OOI 
WAKE FOREST al GEORGIA TECH 

IESPN-I2 00I 
VIRGINIA al NORTH CAROUNA (RJ-2 OOI 
Loyola at MARYLAND (8 00) 




20 

NC STATE ' DUKE - 


21 

aORlOA STATE at Florida |7 30) 


22 

CLEMSON al WAKE FOREST <7 301 

GEORGIA TECH al VIRGINIA lRJ-8 00) 


23 

MARYLAND al N C STATE |7 30) 
NORTH CAROLINA al Noire Dame |7 301 
OUKE 11 FLORIDA STATE (ESPN 900) 


24 


25 


26 

MARYLAND it CLEMSON iRJ 1200) 
N.C STATE al GEORGIA TECH (RJ-12 001 
WAKE FOREST al VIRGINIA iRJ-2 00) 
FLORIDA STATE al NORTH CAROUNA 
(ABC-3 30) 




27 

Temple al DUKE (ABC-3 45) 


28 

Florida Atlantic at N. C. STATE |7 30) 


1 


! 

CLEMSON a! N. C STATE |7 30) 

VIRGINIA vs Virginia Tech (7 30) 

(USAar Centre, Landovet Md I 
DUKE at MARYLAND 18 00) 
NORTH CAROLINA al WAKE FOREST 

(RJ 9 O0| 
GEORGIA TECH 11 FLORIDA STATE 

(ESPN-9 001 


3 


4 


5 

WAKE FOREST al N.C STATE 1 RJ 1 301 
VIRGINIA al MARYLAND RJ-4 001 
CLEMSON 11 GEORGIA ITCH |4 OOI 
NOBTH CAROLINA 1! DUKE (ESPN-7 301 




41st Annual ACC Tournament 

March 10-13 

Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, N.C. 












Thursday, March 10 

No 8 vs No 9 ESPN 7:30 












Friday, March 11 

No 4 vs. No. 5 ESPN&RJ 12:00 
No. 1 vs. 8/9 Winner ESPN & RJ 2:00 
No. 2 vs. No. 7 ESPN & RJ 7:00 
No 3 vs. No 6 ESPN&RJ 9:00 












Saturday, March 12 

4/5 Winner vs. 1/8-9 Winner ESPN&RJ 1:30 
2/7 Winner vs. 3/6 Winner ESPN & RJ 3:30 












Sunday, March 13 

Championship Game ESPN & RJ 3:00 















Clemson 




Devin Gray 



Wednesday January 26, 1994; 8 p.m. 

Cole Field House, College Park, MD 

Saturday February 26, 1994; Noon-Raycom/ Jefferson Pilot 

Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, SC 



Location: Clemson, SC 

Enrollment: 17,667 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

School Founded: 1889 

Home Court and Capacity: Littlejohn Coliseum (11,020) 

President: Dr. Max Lennon 

Athletic Director: Bobby Robinson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Cliff Ellis (Florida State, 1968) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 159-112 (9 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 330-196 (18 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Eugene Harris (Florida St., 1978), 

Robbie Laing (Troy St., 1981), Carl Nash (Fort Lewis College, 1982) 
Basketball Phone: (803)656-2101 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2 
Starter Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Returning Starters Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 
Andre Bovain G 6-1 Sr. 9.6 4.9 

Jeff Brown G 6-3 Sr. 7.9 2.6 

Devin Gray F 6-6 Sr. 16.7 5.5 

Sharone Wright C 6-10 Jr. 15.0 10.5 

1992-93 Record: 17-13 
Conference Record/Finish: 5-ll/7th 
Post Season: NIT Tournament. Clemson def. Auburn, 84-72. Alabama 

Birmingham def. Clemson 65-64. 
Series Record: Maryland leads 65-36 

Last Meeting: February 27, 1993; CU 81-MD 73 (at College Park, MD) 
Sports Information Director: Tim Bourret 
Sports Information Phone: (803) 656-2114 
Assistant SID: Sam Blackman, Annabelle Vaughn 
Home Phone Number: (803) 654-6240 (Bourret) 
Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O. Box 632 

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



1993-94 Roster 

No. Name Ht. Yr. Pos Hometown 

3 Bruce Martin 6-2 Jr. G Shady Spring, WV 

4 Frank Tomera 6-11 So. C Johnstown, PA 

5 Andy Kelly 6-5 Sr. F Carthage, NC 

10 Lou Richie 5-9 Sr. G Oakland, CA 

11 Men Code 6-2 Fr. G Greenville, SC 

12 Kyle Freeman 6-2 So. G Pulaski, TN 
24 Byron Morris 6-1 Sr. G Columbia, SC 

31 Andre Bovain 6-1 Sr. G Columbia, SC 

32 Jeff Brown 6-3 Sr. G Thiboduax.LA 

33 Devin Gray 6-6 Jr. F Baltimore, MD 

34 Sharone Wright 6-10 Jr. C Macon, GA 
40 Corey Wallace 6-6 Sr. F Severn, MD 

44 Wayne Buckingham 6-8 Sr. C Atlanta, GA 

45 Rayf ield Ragland 6-6 Jr. F Sheffield, AL 



1993-94 Schedule 






N29 Texas-Arlington 


J24 


Appalachian State 


Dl at Charleston-Southern 


J26 


at Maryland 


D4 Furman 


J29 


NC. State 


D15 at Minnesota 


F2 


Georgia Tech 


D18 The Citadel 


F5 


at Duke 


D19 Davidson 


F9 


South Carolina 


(Charlotte Coliseum) 


F12 


at Virginia 


D27-30 at Rainbow Classic 


F17 


North Carolina 


J5 Duke 


F19 


Florida State 


J8 UNC-Charlotte 


F23 


at Wake Forest 


J10 at Mercer 


F26 


Maryland 


J 12 Virginia 


M2 


at NC. State 


J15 at North Carolina 


M5 


at Georgia Tech 


J19 at Florida State 


M10-13 at ACC Tournament 


J22 Wake Forest 







Cornell 
University 




Saturday November 27, 1993; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Ithaca, NY 

Enrollment: 12,900 

Colors: Carnelian Red and White 

Conference: Ivy League 

Nickname: Big Red 

School Founded: 1865 

Home Court and Capacity: Newman Arena (4,500) 

President: Frank HT. Rhodes 

Athletic Director: Laing Kennedy 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Al Walker (Brockport State, 1981) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 1st Year 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 69-60 (5 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: George Dorfman (Duke, 1985), 

Tyrone Pitts (Perm, 1988) 
Basketball Phone: (607)255-7331 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/6 
Starter Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Returning Starters 

Zeke Marshall 



Pos. 

F 



Hgt. 

6-4 



CI. 

Sr. 



PPG 

12.4 



RPG 

6.9 



1992-93 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


11 


Reggie Tolliver 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Pittsburgh, PA 


14 


Michael Roberts 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Andover, MA 


20 


Tim Nash 


5-11 


So. 


G 


Liverpool, NY 


22 


Brandt Schuckman 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Vmcermes, IN 


24 


John Barbee 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Boulder, CO 


30 


Darth Vaughn 


6-4 


Fr. 


F 


Topeka, KN 


31 


James Escarzega 


6-9 


Jr. 


C/F 


Burhngame, CA 


33 


Jeremy Flagel 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Renton, WA 


34 


Brian Kopf 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Chicago, IL 


44 


Zeke Marshall 


6-4 


Sr. 


F 


Baltimore, MD 


45 


Justin Treadwell 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Knoxville, TN 


50 


Frank Ableson 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Jefferson, NJ 


53 


Joe Maurer 


6-9 


So. 


F/C 


Boonville, IN 



1993-94 Schedule 








N27 at Maryland 




J22 


Columbia 


Dl at Syracuse 




J28 


Yale 


D4 at St. Louis 




J29 


Brown 


kson 




F4 


at Princeton 


;land 




F5 


atPenn 


ucknell 




Fll 


Harvard 


lichigan State Tournament 


F12 


Dartmouth 


rnell vs Georgia Southern 


F18 


at Brown 


:fugan State 


vs Bowling Green 


F19 


at Yale 


igh 




F25 


at Dartmouth 


ofstra 




F26 


at Harvard 


late 




M6 


Perm 


olumbia 




M7 


Princeton 


amsus 









MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



Duke University 





Grant Hill 



Saturday January 29, 1994; Noon-ESPN2 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 
Wednesday March 2, 1994; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Durham, NC 

Enrollment: 6,095 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

School Founded: 1838 

Home Court and Capacity: Cameron Indoor Stadium 

President: Dr Nan Keonane 

Athletic Director: Tom Butters 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike Krzyzewski (Army, 1969) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 321-118 (13 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 394-177 (18 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Mike Brey (George 

Washington, 1982), Tommy Amaker (Duke, 1987), Pete Gaudet 

(Boston University, 1966) 
Basketball Phone: (919)684-3777 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Grant Hill 


G/F 


6-8 


Sr. 


18.0 


6.4 


Antonio Lang 


F 


6-8 


Sr. 


69 


5.5 


Cherokee Parks 


C 


6-11 


Jr. 


12.3 


6.9 



1992-93 Record: 24-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/T3rd 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament. #3 seed Midwest Region. Duke 

def. Southern Illinois, 105-70; California def. Duke. 82-77. 
Series Record: Duke leads the series, 81-47 
Last Meeting: March 3. 1993; DU 95-UM 79 (at Durham, NC) 
Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 
Sports Information Phone: (919) 684-2633 
Home Phone Number: (919)544-0259 
Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90557 

Durham, NC 27708 
Fax Phone Number: (919)684-2489 
Press Row Phone Number: (919) 684-6186 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Hgt. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Marty Clark 


6-6 


Sr 


G 


Western Springs, MD 


4 


Kenny Blakeney 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Washington, DC 


5 


Jeff Chepel 


6-5 


Fr. 


G 


Fayetteville, NC 


20 


Chris Collins 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Norttibrook, IL 


21 


Antonio Lang 


6-8 


Sr 


F 


Mobile, AL 


30 


Tony Moore 


6-8 


So 


F 


Kensington, MD 


33 


Grant Hill 


6-8 


Sr. 


F/G 


Reston, VA 


34 


Carmen Wallace 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


Wilmington, DE 


42 


Joey Beard 


6-9 


Fr 


F 


Reston, VA 


44 


Cherokee Parks 


6-11 


Jr. 


C 


Huntington Beach, CA 


52 


Erik Meek 


6-10 


Jr. 


C 


Escondido, CA 


55 


Greg Newton 


6-11 


Fr. 


F 


Niagara Falls, Ontario 


1993-94 Schedule 










N27 


Northeastern 






J22 


Florida State 


Dl 


The Citadel 






J26 


Notre Dame 


D4 


Xavier 






J29 


Maryland 


D6 


South Carolina State 




F3 


at North Carolina 


Dll 


at Michigan 






F5 


Clemson 


D22 


at Iowa 






F8 


at Georgia Tech 


D30 


Western Carolina 




F13 


at Wake Forest 


J5 


at Clemson 






F16 


Virginia 


J8 


Georgia Tech 






F20 


N.C State 


J10 


Brown 






F23 


at Florida State 


J13 


Wake Forest 






F27 


Temple 


J15 


at Virginia 






M2 


at Maryland 


J20 


at NC. State 






M5 


North Carolina 



Florida State 
University 




Bob Sura 



Tuesday January 11, 1994; 8 p.m.-Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 
Saturday February 12, 1993; 2 p.m.-Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot 
Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, FL 



Location: Tallahassee, FL 

Enrollment: 29,000 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Seminoles 

School Founded: 1857 

Home Court and Capacity: Tallahassee-Leon County Civic 

Center (12,500) 
President: Dr. Dale W. Lick 
Athletic Director: Bob Goin 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Pat Kennedy (King's College, 1975) 
Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 144-76 (7 years) 
Coaches Career Record and Years: 268-136 (13 years) 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: David Zimroth (Florida St, 1978), 

Kenny Williamson (CCNY, 1976), Tom Carlson (Florida State, 1974) 
Basketball Phone: (904)644-1461 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 

RPG 

6.1 
2.6 

1992-93 Record: 25-10 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/2nd 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament. Southeast Region. Florida State 
def. Evansville, 82-70. Florida State def. Tulane, 94-63. Florida State 
def. Western Kentucky, 81-78. Kentucky def. Florida State, 106-81. 

Series Record: Florida State leads the series, 3-1. 

Last Meeting: February 13, 1993; FSU 87-UM 84 (at College Park, MD) 

Sports Information Director: Wayne Hogan 

Men's Basketball Contact: Rob Wilson 

Sports Information Phone: (904) 644-1402 

Home Phone Number: (904) 562-4827 

Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O.Box 2195 

Tallahassee, Fl 32316 

Fax Phone Number: (904) 644-3820 

Press Row Phone Number: TBA 



Starter Returning/Lost: 2/3 








Returning Starters Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


Bob Sura G 


6-5 


Jr 


19.9 


Charlie Ward G 


6-2 


Sr. 


7.8 



199 


3-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Bob Sura 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


Wilkes-Barre, PA 


4 


Chuck Graham 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Augusta, GA 


11 


Andre Cooper 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Jacksonville, FL 


12 


Charlie Ward 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Thomasville, GA 


15 


Scott Shepherd 


5-11 


So 


G 


Carmel, IN 


21 


Derrick Carroll 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Columbia, SC 


23 


James Collins 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Jacksonville, FL 


31 


Stephen Gruhl 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Hamilton, Ontario, CAN 


32 


Kirk Luchman 


6-10 


Fr. 


F/C 


Medford Lakes, NJ 


44 


Andre Reid 


7-0 


Jr. 


C 


Miami, FL 


45 


Maurice Robinson 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Little Rock, AK 


50 


David Grabuloff 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Middletown, PA 


54 


Jonathan Kemer 


6-11 


So. 


C 


Atlanta, GA 



1993-94 Schedule 






Dl 


Florida Atlantic 


J26 


North Carolina 


D5 


Bethune-Cookman 


J29 


at Georgia Tech 


Dll 


at South Florida 


F3 


at Massachusetts 


D18 


Florida (at Orlando) 


F6 


Virginia 


D20 


Morgan State 


F10 


at Wake Forest 


D22 


Mt. St. Mary's 


F12 


Maryland 


D30 


UNC Greensboro 


F16 


N.C. State 


J2 


Lafayette 


F19 


at Clemson 


J6 


at Virginia 


F21 


at Florida 


J8 


Wake Forest 


F23 


Duke 


Jll 


at Maryland 


F26 


at North Carolina 


J16 


at N.C. State 


M2 


Georgia Tech 


J19 


Clemson 


M10-13 at ACC Tourname 


J22 


at Duke 







MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



119 



Georgetown 
University 




Joey Brown 



Friday November 26, 1993; 2 p.m.; ESPN 
USAir Arena, Landover, MD 



Location: Washington, DC 

Enrollment: 11,861 

Colors: Blue and Grey 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Hoyas 

School Founded: 1789 

Home Court and Capacity: USAu Arena (19,035) 

President: Leo J. O'Donivan, S.J. 

Athletic Director: Francis X. Rienzo 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: John Thompson (Providence, 1964) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 484-178 (21 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 484-178 (21 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Craig Esherick (Georgetown, 

1978); Mike Riley (Georgetown, 1978); Mel Reid (Pembroke State, 

1981) 
Basketball Phone: (202)687-2374 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2 
Starters Retuming/Lost: 5/0 
1992-93 Record: 20-13 
Conference Record/Finish: 8-10 
Post Season: NIT Tournament; Georgetown def. UTEP, 71-44; 

Georgetown def. Ohio, 66-53; Georgetown def. Alabama 

Birmingham, 45-41; Minnesota def. Georgetown, 62-61. 
Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 31-24 
Last Meeting: March 14, 1980, GU 74-UM 68 (NCAA Tournament, 

Philadelphia. PA) 
Sports Information Director: Bill Shapland 
Sports Information Phone: (202) 687-2435 
Home Phone Number: (703)486-0312 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 37th and O St. , NW 

Washington, DC 20057 
Fax Phone Number: (202) 687-2491 
Press Row Phone Number: (301) 350-3400 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Nmae 


Hgt. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


4 


John Jaques 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Delco, NC 


10 


Joey Brown 


5-10 


Sr. 


G 


Morgan City, LA 


11 


Irvin Church 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Riverdale, MD 


12 


Eric Micoud 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Washington, DC 


22 


Robert Churchwell 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


South Bend, IN 


24 


Vladimar Bosanac 


6-9 


Sr. 


C 


Belgrade, Yugoslavia 


30 


George Butler 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Gary, IN 


32 


Kevin Millen 


6-6 


Jr. 


G/F 


Memphis, TN 


34 


Lamont Morgan 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Washington, DC. 


40 


Duane Spencer 


6-10 


So. 


F 


Jackson, MS 


44 


Cheikh Dia 


6-8 


Fr. 


F/C 


Daker, Senegal 


50 


Othella Harrington 


6-10 


So. 


C 


Jackson, MS 


52 


Don Reid 


6-8 


Jr. 


C/F 


Largo, MD 


1993-94 Schedule 










N26 


Maryland 






J29 


Miami (Fl) 


N27 


Virginia State 






J31 


at Boston College 


Dl 


Southern 






F5 


Seton Hall 


1)4 


VUlanova 










D7 


at Miami (Fl) 






F7 


Syracuse 


D10 


Morgan State 






F12 


at Providence 


D18 


U.C.Irvine 






F16 


Pittsburgh 


D30 


at Memphis State 






F19 


at St. John's 


J4 


at Connecticut 






F22 


at VUlanova 


J8 


UNLV 






F26 


Boston College 


J12 


St. John's 






F28 


Connecticut 


J15 


Providence 






M6 


at Syracuse 


J17 


at Seton Hall 






M10-13atBigEast 


J22 


at DePaul 








Tournament 


J24 


at Pittsburgh 











Georgia Tech 





James Forrest 



Tuesday January 4, 1994; 8 p. m.-Raycom/ Jefferson Pilot 
Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Atlanta, GA 
Saturday February 5, 1994; 1:30 p.m.-Raycom Jefferson-Pilot 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Atlanta, GA 

Enrollment: 12.900 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

School Founded: 1885 

Home Court and Capacity: Alexander Memorial Coliseum (10,026) 

President: Dr. John P. Crecme 

Athletic Director: Dr. Homer C. Rice 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Bobby Cremins (South Carolina, 1970) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 240-135 (12 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 340-205 (18 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Kevin Cantwell (North Carolina 

Asheville, 1973). Sherman Dillard (James Madison, 1978), Jimmy 

Hebron (North Carolina Wilmington, 1973) 
Basketball Phone: (404)894-5425 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 
Starter Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Returning Starters Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

James Forrest F 6-8 Jr. 19.5 7.5 

Travis Best G 5-11 Jr. 16.3 3.1 

Martice Moore F 6-8 So. 10.5 4.6 

Drew Barry G 6-5 So. 7.3 3.4 

1992-93 Record: 19-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/6th/Won ACC Tournament 
Post Season: NCAA Tournament. #4 seed, West Region. Southern def. 

Georgia Tech, 93-78. 
Series Record: Georgia Tech leads the series, 24-13 
Last Meeting: February 6, 1993; GT 93-UM 79 (at Atlanta, GA) 
Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 
Sports Information Phone: (404) 894-5445 
Home Phone Number: (404)938-9910 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Georgia Tech Athletic Association 

150 Bobby Dodd Way, NW 
Atlanta, GA 30332-0455 
Fax Phone Number: (404) 853-2674 
Press Row Phone Number: (404) 853-2674 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 





Darryl Barnes 


6-9 


Sr. 


F 


Brooklyn, NY 


3 


Travis Best 


5-11 


Jr. 


G 


Springfield, MA 


5 


Eddie Elisma 


6-10 


Fr. 


F 


New York, NY 


10 


Drew Barry 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Danville, CA 


15 


Rod Balanis 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Williamsburg, VA 


23 


Martice Moore 


6-8 


So 


G/F 


Atlanta, GA 


24 


Fred Vinson 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


Murfreesboro, NC 


30 


Todd Harhcka 


6-2 


Jr 


G 


Robbinsville, NJ 


33 


Ivano Newbill 


6-10 


Sr. 


C 


Macon, GA 


34 


James Forrest 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Atlanta, GA 


44 


John Kelly 


5-11 


Jr. 


G 


Savannah, GA 


55 


Chris Phelan 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


Lilbum, GA 



1993-94 Schedule 



N26 


Michigan 
(at Springfield, MA) 


N30 


North Carolina A&T 


D2 


Western Carolina 


D4 


Georgia State 


Dll 


Mercer 


D15 


Georgia 


D18 


Vanderbilt 


D27-29 at ECAC Holiday Festival 
Georgia Tech vs Temple 
St. John's vs Farleigh 
Dickenson 


J4 


Maryland 


J8 


at Duke 


J12 


North Carolina 


J15 


at Louisville 



J19 


at Wake Forest 


J23 


Virginia 


J26 


at NC. State 


J29 


Flonda State 


F2 


at Clemson 


F5 


at Maryland 


F8 


Duke 


F12 


at North Carolina 


F19 


Wake Forest 


F22 


at Virginia 


F26 


NC. State 


M2 


at Florida State 


M5 


Clemson 


M10 


13 at ACC Tournament 



120 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



University of 
Hartford 




Ricardo Roderick 



Possible 2nd Round Opponent 
Abdow's Hall of Fame Classic 
Wednesday December 29, 1993; 6/8 p.m. 
Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA 



Location: West Hartford, CT 

Enrollment: 3,727 

Colors: Scarlet and White 

Conference: North Atlantic 

Nickname: Hawks 

School Founded: 1877 

Home Court and Capacity: The Sports Center (4,475) 

President: Humphrey Tonkin 

Athletic Director: Pat Meiser-McKnett 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Paul Brazeau (Boston College, 1981) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 14-14 (1 year) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 14-14 (1 year) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Stan Nance (Rutgers, 1978), 

Tom Souder (Bluffton, 1978), Chris Ostapchuk (Boston College, 1990) 
Basketball Phone: (203) 768-4660 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 
Starter Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 

Jack Ayer 
Mike Bond 
Ricardo Roderick 



Pos. 

G 

G/F 

F 



Hgt. 

6-2 
6-3 
6-4 



CI. 

Sr. 
Jr. 
Sr 



PPG 

11.8 
6.9 

98 



RPG 

2.6 
6.3 
4.8 



1992-93 Record: 14-14 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-7 (4th) 

Postseason: NA 

Series Record: First Meeting 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 

Sports Information Director: James R Keener, Jr. 

Sports Information Phone: (203) 768-4620 

Home Phone Number: (203)232-9896 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 200 Bloomfield Avenue 

West Hartford, CT 06117 
Fax Phone Number: (203)768-4068 
Press Row Phone Number: (203) 768-5042 



1993-94 Roster 

No. Name Ht. Yr. 

3 Gandhi Jordan 6-4 Jr. 

11 Michael Gnffen 5-11 Fr. 

12 Matt Curtis 6-0 Jr. 
14 Jack Ayer 6-2 Sr. 
20 Steve Campbell 6-7 Jr. 
22 Ricardo Roderick 6-4 Sr 

24 Tim Davis 6-3 Fr 

25 Chad Truesdale 6-5 Jr. 
30 Mike Bond 6-3 Jr. 
32 Shawn Ellison 6-7 Jr. 
35 JohnStuckey 6-3 Jr. 
41 HarunRamey 6-7 Jr. 
55 LukeReilly 5-9 Jr. 



1993-94 Schedule 

N27 at Boston College J20 

D4 at Kent State J22 

D6 at Xavier J25 
D13 Siena 

D22 at St. Francis (NY) J27 

D28-29 at Abdow's Hall of J29 

Fame Classic F5 

Hartford vs „. . 

Massachusetts 

Hofstra vs Maryland F13 

J3 at Harvard F17 

J5 Bucknell F19 

J8 at lona F24 

J13 at Boston University F26 

J15 Northeastern M2 

J17 at Connecticut M5-9 



Pos. 

G/F 

G 

G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

F 
F/C 

F 

F 

F 

G 



Hometown 

Morgantown, WV 
Atlantic City, NJ 
Cheshire, CT 
Coventry, CT 
Bridgeport, CT 
Harwich, MA 
Monroe, CT 
Clinton, MD 
Brooklyn, NY 
Hartford, CT 
Washington, DC 
Waterbury, CT 
Glastonbury, CT 



New Hampshire 

Maine 

at Central Connecticut 

State 
Drexel 
Delaware 
at Vermont 
at Delaware 
at Drexel 
Maine 

at New Hampshire 
Boston University 
at Northeastern 
Vermont 
at NAC Tournament 



Hofstra 
University 




John Mavroukas 



First Round Opponent 
Abdow's Hall of Fame Classic 
Tuesday December 28, 1993; 8 p.m. 
Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA 



Location: Hempstead, NY 

Enrollment: 12,100 

Colors: Gold, White, Blue 

Conference: East Coast 

Nickname: Flying Dutchmen 

School Founded: 1935 

Home Court and Capacity: Physical Fitness Center (3,500) 

President: Dr. James M. Shuart 

Athletic Director: Jim Garvey 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Butch van Breda Kolff (New York 

University, 1950) 
Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 206-1 14 (12 years) 
Coaches Career Record and Years: 474-252 (27 years) 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Joe Dunleavy (Tennessee, 

1981), Ellony Green (Upsula, 1980), Joe Featherston (Fordham, 1969) 
Basketball Phone: (516)463-6757 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 
Starter Retuming/Lost: 2/3 



Returning Starters 

John Mavroukas 
Jim Shaffer 
Chris Parsons 



Pos. 

G 
G 
F 



Hgt. 

6-3 
6-3 
6-5 



CI. 

Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 



PPG 

9.7 
5.2 
5.2 



RPG 

2.2 
2.7 
3.1 



1992-93 Record: 9-18 
Conference Record/Finish: 2-0/first 
Postseason: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 1-0 
Last Meeting: February 7, 1982; UM 94-HU 59 (at College Park, MD) 
Sports Information Director: Jim Sheehan 
Sports Information Phone: (516) 463-6764 
Home Phone Number: (718)458-5893 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 230 Hofstra University 

Hempstead, NY 11550 
Fax Phone Number: (516)463-5033 
Press Row Phone Number: (516) 463-5049 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


10 


Darius Burton 


5-9 


Fr. 


G 


Baldwin, NY 


11 


Sean Titus 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


Corona, NY 


20 


James Shaffer 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Brooklyn, NY 


22 


Chris Parsons 


6-5 


So. 


F 


Bowie, MD 


24 


Chris Eldredge 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


East Meadow, NY 


30 


John Mavroukas 


6-3 


Jr. 


G/F 


Jamaica, NY 


32 


Andre English 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Culver City, CA 


33 


Rob Ogden 


6-7 


So. 


F 


East Setauket, NY 


34 


Joe LoRusso 


6-3 


Sr. 


G/F 


Staten Island, NY 


41 


Pat Cosgrove 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Franklin Square, NY 


42 


Matt Carpenter 


6-8 


So. 


F/C 


Agoura Hills, CA 


44 


James Parisi 


6-5 


Fr. 


F 


Lynbrook, NY 


54 


Chris Johnke 


6-8 


So. 


F/C 


Pleasanton, CA 


1993-94 Schedule 










N30 


at lona 




J13 


at Yale 


D2-4 


at Goucho Classic 




J15 


Buffalo 




(at Cal Santa Barbara) 


J17 


Troy State 


D9 


Lehigh 




J22 


at Dartmouth 


Dll-12 at Joe Lapchick 




J25 






Memorial Tournament 










(at St. John's) 




J27 


St. 


Joseph's (PA) 


D18 


at ECAC Metro 




J29 


at Notre Dame 




Challenge 




Fl 


Boston University 




(at Nassau Coliseum) 


F5 


Central Connecticut State 


D27-28 at Abdow's Hall of 




F8 


St. Francis 




Fame Classic 












Hartford vs 




F15 


Fordham 




Massachusetts 




F17 


Rhode Island 




Hofstra vs Maryland 


F26 


at Chicago State 


J5 


at New Hampshire 




F28 


at Northeastern Illinois 


J8 


Cornell 




M4-6 


at East Coast Conference 


Jll 


at Maine 






Tournament 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



121 



Loyola College 
in Maryland 




IDYOIA 

( ( )l I H .!• 

Mill 1 ll( s| 




B.J. Pendleton 



Saturday February 19, 1994; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Baltimore.Md 

Enrollment: 3,040 

Colors: Dark Green and Gray 

Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic 

Nickname: Greyhounds 

School Founded: 1852 

Home Court and Capacity: Reitz Arena (3,000) 

President: Dr. Thomas Scheye 

Athletic Director: Joe Boylan 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Skip Prosser 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: First Year 

Coaches Career Record and Years: First Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jeff Battle (Marshall, 1985), 

Mark Schmidt (Boston College. 1985). Dave Wo]Cik (Loyola, 1991) 
Basketball Phone: (410)617-2437 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 
Starter Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 

Matt Gabriel 
B.J. Pendleton 
Mark Sparzak 



Pos. 
G 

F 
F 



Hgt. 

6-2 
6-6 
6-8 



CI. 

Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 



PPG 

7.5 
14.8 
7.6 



RPG 

1.8 

5.8 
4.8 



1992-93 Record: 2-25 

Conference Record/Finish: 1-13 

Postseason: NA 

Series Record: The series is tied 5-5 

Last Meeting: November 27, 1987; UM 74-LC 60 (at Baltimore, MD) 

Sports Information Director: Steve Jones 

Sports Information Phone: (410) 617-2777 

Home Phone Number: (410)781-6138 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 4501 N. Charles St. 

Baltimore, Md 21210-2699 
Fax Phone Number: (410)617-5029 
Press Row Phone Number: (410) 617-2777 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Milton Williams 


5-11 


Fr. 


G 


Greensboro, NC 


4 


Matt Walker 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Lewisberry, PA 


10 


Matt Gabriel 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Hazleton, PA 


11 


Tracy Bergan 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Lanham, MD 


15 


Teron Owens 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Catonsvule, MD 


22 


Darius Johnson 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Cincinnati, OH 


25 


David Credle 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Washington, DC 


31 


Julian Tate 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Monmouth Junction, NJ 


32 


Michael Reese 


6-8 


Sr. 


F 


Washington, DC 


33 


B.J. Pendleton 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Washington, DC 


44 


Mark Sparzak 


6-8 


Sr. 


F 


Bel Air, MD 


45 


Ricky Wohl 


6-11 


Jr. 


C 


Petange, Luxembourg 


50 


Virgil Wallace 


6-9 


Jr. 


c 


Troy, NY 



1993-94 Schedule 

N29 at William & Mary 

Dl Towson State 

D4 St. Joseph's 

D8 at American 

Dll at Mt. St. Mary's 

J3 at Delaware 

J5 Iona 

J8 Maine 

J10 Navy 

J12 UMBC 

J15 Siena 

J17 at St. Peter's 

J22 at Canisius 

J24 at Niagara 



J27 


at Fairfield 


J30 


William & Mary 


F2 


St. Peter's 


F5 


Niagara 


J7 


Canisius 


F9 


at Siena 


F12 


at Manhattan 


F14 


at lona 


F19 


at Maryland 


F21 


at Fordham 


F23 


Manhattan 


F27 


Fairfield 


M5-7 


atMAAC 




Tournament 



Maryland- 
Baltimore 
County 



UMBC . 

RETRIEVERS 




Skip Saunders 



Thursday December 2, 1993; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Baltimore, MD 

Enrollment: 10,750 

Colors: Black and Gold 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Retrievers 

School Founded: 1966 

Home Court and Capacity: UMBC Fieldhouse (4,024) 

President: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski 

Athletic Director: Dr. Charles Brown 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Earl Hawkins (Glenville St., 1974) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 58-84 (5 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 58-84 (5 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Robert Burke (Haverford, 1988), 

Derrell Matthews (MD-Eastern Shore, 1977) 
Basketball Phone: (410)455-3864 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/5 
Starter Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 

Kevin Bellinger 
Sonique Nixon 
Skip Saunders 



Pos. 

F 
C 
G 



Hgt. 

6-7 
6-8 
6-0 



CI. 

Jr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 



PPG 

5.5 
14.1 
15.6 



RPG 

4.1 

8.5 
2.8 



1992-93 Record: 12-16 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-9 

Postseason: None 

Series Record: Maryland leads the senes, 5-0 

Last Meeting: December 1, 1992; UM 103-UMBC 80 

(at College Park, MD) 
Sports Information Director: Steve Levy 
Sports Information Phone: (410) 445-2197 
Home Phone Number: (410)363-6379 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 540 1 Wukins Ave 

Baltimore, MD 21228 
Fax Phone Number: (410)445-3994 
Press Row Phone Number: (410) 445-3840 



1993-94 Roster 

No. Name Ht. Yr. 

5 Spencer Ferguson 5-11 Sr. 

10 Eric Hayes 5-11 Fr. 

21 Skip Saunders 6-0 Sr. 

22 EncWyatt 5-11 Jr. 

23 Matt Butts 6-6 Sr. 

24 Chris Thompson 6-6 Jr. 
31 Felton Scott 6-4 So. 

33 Sonique Nixon 6-8 Sr 

34 Artie Walker 6-3 Jr. 
40 Vladimir Milosevic 6-9 So. 

44 Marc Lay 6-6 Fr. 

45 Damon Tweedy 6-6 So. 
50 Pascal Fleury 7-2 Jr. 
52 Kevin Bellinger 6-7 Jr. 
54 Matt Dressier 6-7 Fr. 



1993-94 Schedule 

N27 Washington College 
D2 at Maryland 
D4 Robert Morris 
D10-12 at Otis Spunkmeyer 
Tournament 
(at Cal-Berkeley) 
D30 Xavier 
J4 Drexel 
J8 at Liberty 
J10 at Radford 
J12 at Loyola (MD) 
J15 Charleston Southern 
J17 Coastal Carolina 
J19 at Towson State 



Pos. 

G 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 
G 
C 
F 
F 
G 
F 
C 
F 
F 



Hometown 

Martinsburg, WV 
Tampa, FL 
Woodbridge, VA 
Rochester, NY 
Hagerstown, MD 
Baltimore, MD 
Florida City, FL 
Ft. Washington, MD 
Bowie, MD 
Zagjeb, Croatia 
Boiling Springs, PA 
Lanham, MD 
St. Jean-Richelieu, Can. 
Brooklyn, NY 
Vienna, VA 



J22 


at UNC Greensboro 


J24 
J27 


at Campbell 
UNC Asheville 


J29 

F5 

F7 


Winthrop 

Liberty 

Radford 


F12 


at Charleston Southern 


F14 


at Coastal Carolma 


F17 


Towson State 


F19 


UNC Greensboro 


F21 
F24 


Campbell 

at UNC Asheville 


F26 
M4-7 


at Winthrop 
at Big South 
Tournament 



122 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



University of 
Massachusetts 





Possible Second Round Opponent 
Abdow's Hall of Fame Classic 
Wednesday December 29, 1993; 6/8 p.m. 



Location: Amherst, MA 

Enrollment: 23,028 

Colors: Maroon and White 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Minutemen, UMass 

School Founded: 1863 

Home Court and Capacity: William D. Mulhns Center (9,493) 

Chancellor: David K. Scott 

Athletic Director: Bob Marcum 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: John Calipan (Clarion State, 1982) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 101-57 (5 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 101-57 (5 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Bill Bayno (Sacred Heart, 1985); 

James Flint (St. Joseph's, 1987), John Robic (Demson, 1986) 
Basketball Phone: (413)545-2610 



Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 
Starters Retuming/Lost: 2/3 
Returning Starters Pos. 

Derek Kellogg G 

Lou Roe F 



8/4 



Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


6-3 


Jr. 


50 


6-7 


Jr. 


13.8 



RPG 

28 
92 



1992-93 Record: 24-7 

Conference Record/Finish: 11-3/lst 

(also won Tournament Championship) 
Post Season: NCAA Tournament. #3 seed, East Region. 
Massachusetts def. Pennsylvania, 54-50; Virginia def. 

Massachusetts, 71-56. 
Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 1-0 
Last Meeting: March 15, 1990 UMd 91-UMass 81 

(NIT Tournament at College Park, MD) 
Sports Information Director: Bill Strickland 
Sports Information Phone: (413) 545-2439 
Home Phone Number: (413)665-0551 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 255A Boyden Building 

University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, MA 01003 
Fax Phone Number: (413)545-1556 
Press Row Phone Number: (413) 545-3550 



1993-94 Team Roster 










No. 


Name 


Hgt 


CI 


Pos 


Hometown 


3 


Dana Dingle 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Bronx, NY 


4 


Donta Bright 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Baltimore, MD 


5 


Giddell Padilla 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Springfield, MA 


10 


Mike Williams 


6-2 


Jr 


G 


Hartford, CT 


11 


Craig Berry 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Cambridge, MA 


14 


Derek Kellogg 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Springfield, MA 


15 


Lou Roe 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Atlantic City, NJ 


21 


Marcus Camby 


6-11 


Fr 


C/F 


Hartford, CT 


23 


Rigoberto Nunez 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Lawrence, MA 


24 


Carmelo Travieso 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Dorchester, MA 


33 


Jeff Meyer 


7-2 


Jr. 


C 


Wausau, WI 


40 


Ted Cottrell 


6-9 


So. 


C/F 


Annapolis, MD 



1993 


■94 Schedule 


N18-26 Preseason NIT 




Massachuestts vs. 




Cleveland State 


N28 


at Oklahoma 


D4 


at St. Bonaventure 


D9 


Central Connecticut State 


Dll 


Holy Cross 


D28-89 Abdow's I 




Classic 




Hartford vs 




Massachusetts 




Hofstra vs Maryland 


J4 


at Rutgers 


J8 


at Duquesne 


J13 


at West Vugima 


J15 


St. Bonaventure 


J18 


at Depaul 


J20 


Rutgers 



J22 


George Washington 


J27 


at Cincinnati 


J30 


Rhide Island 


F3 


Florida State 


F6 


Kentucky 


F10 


at Rhode Island 


F13 


Temple 


F15 


at St. Joseph's 


F18 


Manhattam 


F20 


West Vuginia 


F22 


St. Joseph's 


F24 


at Temple 


F27 


at George 




Washington 


M2 


Duquesne 


M5-7 


at Atlantic 10 




Championship 



Morgan State 
University 





Brandon Parker 



Saturday December 4, 1993; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House 



Location: Baltimore, MD 

Enrollment: 5,500 

Colors: Blue and Orange 

Conference: Mid Eastern Athletic 

Nickname: Bears 

School Founded: 1867 

Home Court and Capacity: Hill Fieldhouse (6,500) 

President: Dr. Earl Richardson 

Athletic Director: Kenneth McBryde 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Michael Holmes (Paine College, 1973) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 23-60 (3 Years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 116-179 (11 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Lynn Ramage (West Liberty, 

1993); Maurice Watkins (Morgan State, 1991) 

Basketball Phone: (401)319-3848 



RPG 

2.1 
2.1 



1992-93 Record: 9-17 

Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/3rd 

Postseason: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 2-0 

Last Meeting: December 26, 1992; UM 103-MS 63 (at College Park) 

Sports Information Director: Joseph H. Mclver 

Sports Information Phone: (401) 319-3831 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Athletic Department 

Cold Spring Lane & Hillen Rd 
Baltimore, MD 21239 

Fax Phone Number: (410) 319-3221 

Press Row Phone Number: (410) 319-3532 



Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 


5/7 






Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 








Returning Starters Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


Brandon Parker G 


Jr. 


6-2 


7.90 


Terry Sellers G 


Sr. 


6-3 


6.2 



1993 


■94 Schedule 


N27 


at Loyola (Chicago) 


Dl 


Bowie State 


D4 


at Maryland 


D10 


at Georgetown 


D18 


at Long Island 


D20 


at Florida State 


D28 


Loyola (Chicago) 


D31 


at New Mexico State 


J2 


at George Mason 


J8 


South Carolina State 


J10 


North Carolina A&T 


J15 


at Maryland-Eastern Shore 


J17 


at Delaware State 


J20 


at Florida A&M 


J22 


at Bethune Cookman 


J27 


Copprn State 


J29 


Maryland Eastern Shore 


J31 


Howard 


F2 


at James Madison 


F7 


at Coppin State 


F10 


Florida A&M 


F12 


Bethune Cookman 


F14 


Delaware State 


F26 


South Carolina State 


F28 


North Carolina A&T 


M5 


at Howard 



M9-13 MEAC Tournament 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



123 



University of 
North Carolina 




Derrick Phelps 



Saturday January 8, 1994; 1:30 p.m.-ESPN2 

Cole Field House, College Park, MD 

Thursday February 10, 1994; 8 p.m. 

Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC- Raycom Jefferson/Pilot 



Location: Chapel Hill, NC 

Enrollment: 23,582 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

School Founded: 1789 

Home Court and Capacity: Dean E. Smith Center (21,572) 

President: Paul Hardin 

Athletic Director: John Swofford 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Dean Smith (Kansas, 1953) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 774-223 (32 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 774-223 (32 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Bill Guthndge (Kansas St., 1960), 

Phil Ford (North Carolina, 1978), Dave Hanners (North Carolina, 1976) 
Basketball Phone: (919)962-1154 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 
Starter Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Returning Starters Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

EncMontross C 7-0 Sr. 15.8 7.6 

Derrick Phelps G 6-4 Sr. 8.1 4.4 

Brian Reese F 6-6 Sr. 11.4 3.6 

Donald Williams G 6-3 Jr 14 3 1.9 

1992-93 Record: 34-4 
Conference Record/Finish: 14-2/First 
Post Season: NCAA Tournament. East Region, No. 1 Seed. North 

Carolina def. East Carolina, 85-65; North Carolina def. Rhode Island, 

112-67; North Carolina def. Arkansas, 80-74; North Carolina def. 

Cincinnati, 75-68 (OT); North Carolina def. Kansas, 78-68; North 

Carolina def. Michigan 77-71, NCAA Champions. 
Series Record: North Carolina leads the series, 95-41 
Last Meeting: March 12, 1993; UNC 102-UM 66 (at Charlotte, NC) 
Sports Information Director: Rick Brewer 
Sports Information Phone: (919) 962-2123 
Home Phone Number: (919)929-2721 
Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2126 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
Fax Phone Number: (919) 962-0612 
Press Row Phone Number: TBA 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


00 


Eric Montross 


7-0 


Sr. 


C 


Indianapolis, IN 


3 


Pat Sullivan 


6-8 


Sr. 


G 


Bogota, NJ 


4 


Larry Davis 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Denmark, SC 


5 


Jeff Mclnnis 


6-3 


Fr 


G 


Charlotte. NC 


14 


Derrick Phelps 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


East Elmhurst, NY 


21 


Donald Williams 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Garner, NC 


22 


Pearse Landry 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


Greensboro, NC 


24 


Dante Calabria 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Beaver Falls, PA 


30 


Rasheed Wallace 


6-10 


Fr 


C 


Philadelphia, PA 


31 


Brian Reese 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Bronx, NY 


33 


Kevin Salvador! 


7-0 


Sr. 


C/F 


Pittsburgh, PA 


40 


Ed Geth 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Norfolk, VA 


42 


Jerry Stackhouse 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


Kinston, NC 


45 


Serge Zwikker 


7-2 


Fr 


C 


Maassluis, Netherlands 



1993-94 Schedule 










N17 


at Pre-Season NIT 
(North Carolina 


vs 




J15 


Clemson 




Western Kentucky) 




J19 


at Virginia 


N19-26 at Pre-Season NIT 






J22 


at Louisiana State 


Dl 


Hawaii 






J24 


Butler 


D3-4 


at Diet Pepsi Tournament of 


J26 


at Florida State 




Champions 






J30 


Wake Forest 




North Carolina vs George 


F3 


Duke 




Washington 






F5 


at N.C. State 




North Carolina vs 
Brigham Young/South 
Carolina 




F10 
F12 


Maryland 
Georgia Tech 


D9 


Colorado State 






F17 


at Clemson 


D18 


Ohio State 






F19 


Virginia 


D20 


at Pittsburgh 






F23 


at Notre Dame 


J2 


Marshall 






F26 


Florida State 


J5 


N.C. State 






M2 


at Wake Forest 


J8 


at Maryland 






M5 


at Duke 


J12 


at Georgia Tech 






M10-13 at ACC Tournament 


1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Lakista McCuller 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Andersonville, SC 


4 


Mark Davis 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


Itica, MS 


5 


Lewis Sims 


6-8 


Jr. 


F/C 


Claremont, NC 


10 


Jaason Sutton 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Fayettevule, NC 


11 


Curtis Marshall 


5-11 


Jr. 


G 


Omaha. NE 


12 


Greg Clucus. 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Wilmington, NC 


20 


Jeremy Hyatt 


6-6 


Fr. 


G/F 


Jacksonville, NC 


22 


Migjen Bakalli 


6-6 


Sr. 


G 


Belmont, SC 


25 


Marcus Wilson 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Monroe, NC 


32 


Ricky Daniels 


6-6 


Jr. 


G/F 


Shallote, NC 


34 


Bryant Feggins 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Winston-Salem, NC 


45 


Marc Lewis 


6-8 


Sr. 


F 


Greensboro, NC 


52 


Todd Fuller 


6-11 


So. 


C 


Charlotte, NC54 


54 


Bill Kretzer 


6-9 


Fr 


F 


Greeensboro, NC 



N.C. State 
University 




Curtis Marshall 



Saturday January 22, 1994; 3:30 p. m.-Raycom/ Jefferson Pilot 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 
Wednesday February 23, 1994; 7:30 p.m. 
Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, NC 



Location: Raleigh, NC 

Enrollment: 26,863 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

School Founded: 1887 

Home Court and Capacity: Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) 

President: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 

Athletic Director: Todd Turner 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Les Robinson (N.C. State, 1965) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 35-48 (3 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 253-280 (18 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Al Daniel (Furman, 1979), Eddie 
Biedenbach (N.C. State, 1968) 

Basketball Phone: (919)515-2104 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

RPG 
4.5 
35 
3.4 
2.6 

1992-93 Record: 8-19 

Conference Record/Finish: 2-14/T8th 

Postseason: NA 

Series Record: N.C. State leads the series, 64-46 

Last Meeting: February 24, 1993; UM 88-NCSU 71 (at College Park, MD) 

Sports Information Director: Mark Bockelman 

Sports Information Phone: (919) 515-2102 

Home Phone Number: (919)467-7138 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Box 8501 

1 13 Reynolds Coliseum 
Cates Avenue 
Raleigh, NC 27695 

Fax Phone Number: (919)515-2898 

Press Row Phone Number: (919) 515-3393 



Returning Starters 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


Mark Davis 


G 


6-5 


Jr. 


8.3 


Marc Lewis 


F 


6-8 


Sr. 


7.0 


Curtis Marshall 


G 


5-11 


Jr. 


10.6 


Lakista McCuller 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 


10.3 



1993-94 Schedule 






N24-27 at Great Alaska Shootout 


J29 


at Clemson 


D2 


UNC Greensboro 


F2 


at Wake Forest 


D4 


Campbell 


F5 


North Carolina 


D8 
Dll 


Kansas 

UNC Asheville 


F7 
F9 


at Tennessee 
Virginia 
atN.C.A&T 
at Florida State 
at Duke 


D22 
D28 

J2 


at Oregon State 
UCLA 

(at Greensboro, NC) 
Davidson 


F14 
F16 
F20 


J5 


at North Carolina 


F23 


Maryland 


J8 


at Virginia 


F26 


at Georgia Tech 


J16 


Florida State 


F28 


Florida Atlantic 


J20 


Duke 


M2 


Clemson 


J22 


at Maryland 


M5 


Wake Forest 


J26 


Georgia Tech 


M10-13 at ACC Touman 



124 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



University of 
Oklahoma 




Jeff Webster 



Tuesday December 7, 1993; 9:30 p.m. 
The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK ■ ESPN 



Location: Norman, OK 

Enrollment: 24,000 

Colors: Crimson and Cream 

Conference: Big Eight 

Nickname: Sooners 

School Founded: 1895 

Home Court and Capacity: Lloyd Noble Center (11,100) 

President: Dr Richard L Van Horn 

Athletic Director: Donme Duncan 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Billy Tubbs (Lamar, 58) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 318-119 (13 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 424-187 (19 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Mike Mims (Central Oklahoma 

St, 1969), Mike Anderson (East Central Oklahoma St, 1980). Jay 

Price (Kansas, 1991) 
Basketball Phone: (405)325-4732 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4 
Starter Returning/Lost: 1/4 

Returning Starters Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

Jeff Webster F 6-8 Sr. 16 5 5.8 

1992-93 Record: 20-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-7/ ae for 5th 

Post Season: NIT Tournament Oklahoma def. Michigan State, 88-86; 

Minnesota def. Oklahoma, 86-72. 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 1-0 

Last Meeting: January 19. 1993; UM 89-OU 78 (at Baltimore, MD) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Prusmski 

Sports Information Phone: (405) 325-8231 

Home Phone Number: (405)321-1825 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 180 West Brooks - Room 235 

Norman, OK 73019 
Fax Phone Number: (405) 325-7623 
Press Row Phone Number: (405) 325-1024 



1992-94 Roster 
No. Name 

Lou Williams 
James Mayden 
John Ontjes 
Dion Barnes 
Ryan Minor 
Trent McClain 
Josh Edwards 
Pete Lewis 
Corey Saffold 
Shon Alexander 
Ken Conley 
Jason Yamsh 
Jeff Webster 
Calvin Curry 



Ht. 

6-4 

6-10 

5-10 

6-1 

6-7 

6-7 

6-3 

6-2 

6-7 

6-5 

6-8 

6-10 

6-8 

6-6 



Yr. 

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



Pos. 

G/F 

C 

G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

G 

F 
G/F 

C 

C 

F 

F 



Hometown 

Brooklyn, NY 
Indianola, MS 
Nickerson, KS 
Houston, TX 
Hammon, OK 
Tyler, TX 
Norman, OK 
Hobbs, NM 
Inglewood, CA 
Preston, OK 
Detroit, MI 
Glenpool, OK 
Midwest City, OK 
Compton, CA 



1993-94 Schedule 

N26 Massachusetts 

Northeastern Illinois 

at Oregon State 

Maryland 

Lamar 

Coppin State 

at Texas 

D29-30 at All-College Tournament 
(Oklahoma City, OK) 

Oklahoma State 

at Kansas 

at Iowa State 

Kansas State 

at Nebraska 



Dl 

D4 

D7 

D18 

D22 

D27 



J8 

J10 
J15 
J26 
J29 



F2 at Southern 
Methodist 

F5 Missouri 

F7 at Oklahoma State 

F12 Colorado 

F14 Nebraska 

F19 at Kansas State 

F23 Iowa State 

F26 at Missouri 

M2 at Colorado 

M6 Kansas 

Mll-13 at Big Eight 
Tournament 



Rider College 




Mark Wilcox 



Tuesday November 30, 1993; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Lawrenceville, NJ 

Enrollment: 3,020 

Colors: Cranberry and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Broncs 

School Founded: 1865 

Home Court and Capacity: Alumni Gymnasium (1,650) 

President: Dr. J Barton Luedeke 

Athletic Director: Curt Blake 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Kevin Bannon (St Peter's, 1979) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 59-58 (4 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 204-105 (11 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Don Hamum (Susquehanna, 1986) 

Basketball Phone: (609) 896-5076 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/1 

Starter Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Returning Starters 

Deon Hames 
Chris Mikola 
Tim Pennix 
Mark Wilcox 



Pos. 

G 
F 
F 
G 



Hgt. 
5-9 
6-6 
6-6 

6-1 



CI. 

So. 
Jr 
Sr 
Sr. 



PPG 

9.2 
94 
8.3 

87 



RPG 

24 
6.2 
4.6 

1.4 



1992-93 Record: 19-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/lst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament. Southeast Regional Kentucky def 
Rider, 96-52. 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 1-0 

Last Meeting: December 23, 1992, UM 83-RC 69 (at College Park, MD) 

Sports Information Director: Bud Focht 

Sports Information Phone: (609) 896-5138 

Home Phone Number: (215)946-9203 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Athletic Department 

2083 Lawrenceville Road 
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 

Fax Phone Number: (609)896-0341 

Press Row Phone Number: (609) 896-5138 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


P.J. Watkins 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Elizabeth, NJ 


10 


Deon Hames 


5-9 


So. 


G 


Trenton, NJ 


13 


Mark Wilcox 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Milltown, NJ 


14 


Eric Lopez 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Bayamon, PR 


20 


Dean Edwards 


6-6 


So. 


G 


Olean, NY 


23 


Tim Pinmx 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Lynchburg, VA 


24 


Chris Mikola 


6-6 


Jr 


F 


Warren, OH 


32 


Jabaar Jones 


6-7 


Jr 


F 


Plainfield, NJ 


34 


Charles Smith 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Boothwyn, PA 


33 


Antonio Stapleton 


6-7 


Fr. 


C/F 


Vugin Islands 


40 


Dan Collins 


6-11 


So 


C 


Middletown, NY 


44 


Peter Wasko 


6-11 


Jr. 


c 


Whitehall, PA 


52 


Al Flowers 


6-5 


Jr 


F 


Newport News, VA 



1993-94 Schedule 
N26 Bucknell 

at Maryland 

Army 

at Manhattan 

at Drexel 

Lafayette 
D29-30 at Hatter Classic 

Northeastern vs Rider 
Northwestern vs Rider 

at Farleigh Dickenson 

at Manst 

St. Francis (PA) 

Robert Morris 

at Long Island 

at St Francis (NY) 



N30 

D3 

D6 

D8 

Dll 



J4 

J6 

J8 

J10 

J13 

J1E 



J18 


Monmouth 


J20 


Wagner 


J22 


at Mt St. Mary's 


J27 


at Robert Moms 


J29 


at St. Francis (PA) 


F3 


at St. Francis (NY) 


F5 


Long Island 


F10 


at Monmouth 


F12 


at Wagner 


F19 


Mt. St Mary's 


F22 


Farleigh Dickenson 


F26 


Marist 


Ml-7 


at NEC Tournament 



MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



:^ : , 



Towson State 
University, 




Terry Truax 






Thursday December 23, 1993; 8:00 p.m. 
Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, MD 



Location: Towson, MD 

Enrollment: 15,400 

Colors: Gold, Black and White 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Tigers 

School Founded: 1866 

Home Court and Capacity: Towson Center (5,0001 

President: Dr. Hoke L Smith 

Athletic Director: Bill Hunter 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Terry Truax (Maryland, 1968) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 144-148 (10 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 144-148 (10 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jim Meil (Lehigh, 1982), Adrian 

Dantley (Notre Dame, 1977) 
Basketball Phone: (410)830-3173 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 

Scooter Alexander 
Matt-Campbell 
John James 



Pos. 
G 

F 
C/F 



Hgt. 
6-3 
6-5 
6-8 



CI. 

Jr. 
Sr. 

Sr 



PPG 

19 3 
8.9 
6.2 



RPG 
4.7 

35 
64 



Matt Campbell 



1992-93 Record: 18-9 

Conference Record/Finish: 14-2/lst 

Postseason: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 8-0 

Last Meeting: December 23, 1993. UM 78-TSU 68 

Sports Information Director: Peter Schlehr 

Sports Information Phone: (410) 830-2232 

Home Phone Number: (410)838-9221 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Towson Center 

Towson State University 
Towson, MD 21204 

Fax Phone Number: (410)830-3861 

Press Row Phone Number: (410) 830-3286 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Hgt. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


00 


Jason Crump 


6-9 


Jr. 


C/F 


Cheshire. England 


3 


Ralph Blalock 


6-2 


So. 


F/G 


Claymont, DE 


5 


DeRon Robinson 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Fairfax, VA 


14 


Flonan Schneider 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


France 


15 


Scooter Alexander 


6-3 


Jr 


G 


Baltimore, MD 


22 


Quintin Moody 


5-10 


So 


G 


Baltimore, MD 


24 


Tom Caldwell 


6-8 


Sr 


C/F 


Trenton, NJ 


30 


Michael Keyes 


6-1 


Fr 


G 


Pittsburgh, PA 


31 


Matt Campbell 


6-5 


Sr. 


F 


Annapolis, MD 


35 


Patrick Manning 


6-5 


Sr 


F 


Annapolis, MD 


42 


John James 


6-8 


Sr. 


C 


Wilmington, DE 


50 


Stevie Thomas 


6-7 


So 


F 


Baltimore, MD 


52 


Josh Anderson 


6-7 


Fr 


F 


Waldorf, MD 



1993-94 Schedule 

N27 Connecticut 

(at Hershey, PA) 

Dl at Loyola (MD) 

D4 at Dayton 

D7 Lehigh 

Dll at Delaware 

D13 at Coppin State 

D23 Maryland 

J4 American 

J8 at Radford 

J10 at Liberty 

J15 Coastal Carolina 

J15 Charleston Southern 

J19 UMBC 

J22 at Campbell 



J24 

J27 
J29 
F5 


at UNC Greensboro 
Winthrop 
UNC Ahsville 
Radford 


F7 

F12 

F14 


Liberty 

at Coastal Carolina 

at Charleston 

Southern 


F17 
F19 
F21 


at UMBC 
Campbell 
UNC Greensboro 


F24 
F26 


at Winthrop 
at UNC Asheville 


M2-5 


at Big South 
Tournament 



University of 
Virginia 




Cory Alexander 



Wednesday February 2, 1994; 7 p.m. - ESPN 
University Hall, Charlottesville, VA 
Saturday March 5, 1994; 4 p.m. - Raycom/ Jefferson Pilot 
Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Location: Charlottesville, VA 

Enrollment: 18,016 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Cavaliers 

School Founded: 1819 

Home Court and Capacity: University Hall (8,500) 

President: JohnT Casteen 

Athletic Director: Jim Copeland 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Jeff Jones (Virginia, 1982) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 62-35 (3 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 62-35 (3 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Brian Ellerbe (Rutgers, 1985); 

Dennis Wolff (Connecticut, 1978); Tom Pemn (Vermont, 1979) 
Basketball Phone: (804)982-5400 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 
Starter Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Returning Starters 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Cory Alexander 


G 


6-1 


So. 


14.9 


35 


Junior Burrough 


F 


6-8 


Jr. 


14.6 


7.2 


Cornel Parker 


G/F 


6-7 


Sr 


110 


6.9 


Jason Williford 


F/G 


6-5 


Jr. 


6.1 


4.7 


1992-93 Record: 21-10 













Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/5th 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament East Region Virginia def. 

Manhattan, 78-66, Virginia def. Masachusetts, 71-56; Cincinnati def. 

Virginia, 71-54. 
Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 83-55 
Last Meeting: March 6. 1993. UVA 88-UM 74 (at Charlottesville, VA) 
Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 
Assistant SID: Michael Colley 
Sports Information Phone: (804) 982-5500 
Home Phone Number: (804) 978-2966 (Murray) 
Sports Information Mailing Address: Onesty Hall 

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



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


4 


Junior Burrough 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Charlotte, NC 


5 


Cornel Parker 


6-7 


Sr 


G/F 


Norfolk, VA 


12 


Cory Alexander 


6-1 


Jr 


G 


Waynesboro, VA 


13 


Jamal Robmson 


6-6 


Fr 


G 


Jamacia, NY 


15 


Chris Havlicek 


6-5 


Sr 


G 


Weston, MA 


21 


Harold Deane 


6-1 


Fr 


G 


Ettnck, VA 


22 


Jason Williford 


6-5 


Jr 


F/G 


Richmond, VA 


24 


Yuri Barnes 


6-8 


Jr. 


F/C 


Richmond, VA 


30 


Chns Alexander 


6-8 


So. 


F/C 


Long Branch, NJ 


31 


Bobby Graves 


6-4 


Jr 


G 


Hemdon. VA 


32 


Mike Powell 


6-1 


Fr 


G 


Forestville, MD 


43 


Mike Bogosh 


7-1 


Jr. 


C 


Hunt Valley, MD 


52 


Shawn Wilson 


6-11 


Sr 


F/C 


Franklin, TN 


1993-94 Schedule 










N29 


Connecticut 




J23 


at Georgia Tech 


Dl 


William & Mary 




J26 


at Winston-Salem 


D4 


Rice 




F2 


Maryland 


D9 


Coppin State 




F6 

F9 


at Florida State 
at N C. State 


Dll 


at Old Dominion 
















F12 


Clemson 


D22 


at Stanford 




F16 


at Duke 


D28 


Minnesota 




F19 


at North Carolina 


D30 


Liberty 




F22 


Georgia Tech 


J3 


at Nevada Las-Vegas 


F26 


Wake Forest 


J6 


Flonda State 




M2 


Virginia Tech 


J9 


N.C. State 








Landover, MD) 


J12 


at Clemson 




M5 


at Maryland 


J15 


Duke 




M10-13 at ACC Tournament 


J19 


North Carolina 











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Wake Forest 
University 




Saturday January 15, 1994; 4 p.m. 

Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC 

Wednesday February 16, 1994; 8 p.m. 

Cole Field House, College Park, MD 



Randolph Childress 



Location: Winston-Salem, NC 

Enrollment; 3,600 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

School Founded: 1834 

Home Court and Capacity: Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum 

President: Dr Thomas K. Hearn, Jr 

Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: David Odom (Guilford, 1965) 

Coaches Record at Institution and Years: 69-48 (4 years) 

Coaches Career Record and Years: 107-90 (7 years) 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jerry Wainwnght (Colorado 

College, 1968), Ricky Stokes (Virginia, 1984), Ernie Nester 

(Alderson-Broaddus. 1968) 
Basketball Phone: (919)759-5622 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 
Starter Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Returning Starters 
Randolph Childress 
Charlie Harrison 
Trelonnie Owens 


Pos. 

G 
G 
F 


Hgt. 

6-2 

6-1 

6-8 


CI. 

Jr 
Sr 
Sr. 


PPG 

197 

6.1 

11.1 


1992-93 Record: 21-9 











RPG 



5.9 



Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/Tie 3rd 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament. # 5 Seed Southeast Region. Wake 

Forest def. UT-Chattanooga, 81-58, Wake Forest def. Iowa, 84-78, 

Kentucky def. Wake Forest, 103-69. 
Series Record: The series is tied 43-43 

Last Meeting: February 17, 1993. WF 88-UM 64 (at Winston-Salem, NC) 
Sports Information Director: John Justus 
Sports Information Phone: (919) 759-5640 
Home Phone Number: (919) 722-1094 
Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O.Box 7426 

Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Fax Phone Number: (919)759-5140 
Press Row Phone Number: 919-727-2945 



1993-94 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Barry Canty 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Charlotte, NC 


4 


Makhtar Ndiaye 


6-9 


Fr. 


F/C 


Dakar, Senegal 


5 


Stacey Castle 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Far Rockaway, NY 


10 


Rusty LaRue 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Oak Ridge. NC 


13 


Charlie Harrison 


6-1 


Si 


G 


Washington, DC 


21 


Tim Duncan 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


St. Croix, Virgin Islands 


22 


Randolph Childress 


6-2 


Jr 


G 


Clinton, MD 


25 


Marc Blucas 


6-3 


Sr 


F 


Guard, PA 


34 


Travis Banks 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Clinton, NC 


40 


Trelonnie Owens 


6-8 


Sr 


F 


Bladenboro, NC 


42 


Bobby Fitzgibbons 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Buffalo, NY 


44 


Ricardo Peral 


6-9 


Fr 


F 


Valladolid.Spain 


51 


Stan King 


7-0 


Sr 


C 


Jamaica, NY 


52 


Marc Schoone 


6-11 


Fr 


F/C 


Amsterdam, Holland 



1993-94 Schedule 






N25-27 at Great Alaska Shootout 


J22 


at Clemson 


Dl 


Winthrop 


J26 


Virginia 


D4 


Richmond 


J30 


at North Carolina 


D6 


Davidson 


F2 


NC. State 


D8 


at Vanderbilt 


F5 


at Rhode Island 


D19 


Appalachian State 


F10 


Florida State 


D22 


Marshall 


F13 


Duke 


D30 


California 


F16 


at Maryland 


J3 


Canisius 


F19 


at Georgia Tech 


J5 


Virginia Military 


F22 


Clemson 


J8 


at Florida State 


F26 


at Vuginia 


J13 


at Duke 


M2 


North Carolina 


J15 


Maryland 


M5 


at N. C.State 


J19 


Georgia Tech 


M10-13 at ACC Tournament 




MARYLAND OPPONENTS 



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MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 



Johnny Holliday 
Play-by-Play Announcer 

Sports Anchor 
ABC Radio 
1717 Desales St.. NW 
Washington, DC. 20036 
(202) 887-7630 
(202) 887-7682 (Fax) 



Greg Manning 
Basketball Analyst 

M-Club Director 
University of Maryland 
P.O Box 273 
College Park, MD 20741 
(301)314-7014 
(301) 314-9094 (Fax) 



PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS 

Karen Goldberg 
Washington Times 
Sports 



Steve Berkowitz 
Washington Post 

Sports 

1150 15th St., NW 

Washington, DC 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 

(410)332-6200 

(410) 783-2518 (fax) 

Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 

Columnists: John Eisenberg 

John McNamara 
PG Journal 

Sports 

9426 Annapolis Road 

Lanham, MD 20706 

(301)731-8303 

(301) 731-8363 (fax) 



3600 New York Ave, NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (fax) 
Sports Editor: Mark Green 
Columnists: Tom Knott 
Dan Daly 



Keith Cavanaugh 
Terrapin Times 
P.O. Box 34405 
Bethesda, MD 20827 
(301) 530-7703 
(301) 530-7704 (fax) 



Jeff Thoreson 

Montgomery Journal 

Sports 

2 Research Court 

RockviUe, MD 20850 

(301)670-1427 

(301)670-1421 (fax) 



Sports Editor : John McNamara Sports Editor : Jeff Thoreson 



Stan Goldberg 
Frederick News-Post 

Sports 

200 E. Patrick St. 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

(301) 662-8299 (fax) 



Bill Wagner 
Annapolis Capital 

Sports 

2000 Capitol Drive 

Annapolis, MD 21404 

(410)263-8576 

(410) 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 (fax) 
Sports Editor: Art Carucci 



Larry Yanos 
Hagerstown Daily Mail 
100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301)731-5131 
(301) 733-7264 (fax) 
Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 



USA Today 

Sports 

P.O Box 500 

Washington, DC 20044 

(703)276-3714 

(703) 558-3901 (fax) 



NATIONAL MEDIA 

College Basketball Editor 

Associated Press 

Sports 

222 St. Paul Place 

Baltimore, MD 21202 

(301) 539-3524 

(301) 727-1550 (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 

(301) 314-8358 (fax) 



RADIO OUTLETS 

Andy Pollin 
WTEM-Sports 
11300 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, MD 20852 
(301)770-5700 

WTOP-Sports 

4646 40th Street 
Washington, DC 20015 
(202) 895-5060 



Jim West 
WBAL-Sports 
3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore. MD 21211 
(410) 338-6594 

Ken Beatrice 
WMAL-Sports 
4400 Jenifer St 
Washington, DC 20015 
(202)686-3010 



TELEVISION OUTLETS 

George Michael Warner Wolf 

WRC-TV Sports 

4001 Nebraska Ave. NW 
Washington. D.C. 20016 
(202) 885-4451 



WUSA-TV Sports 
4100 Wisconsin Ave, NW 
Washington. D.C. 20008 
(202) 895-5600 



Rene Knott 
WJLA-TV Sports 
3007TildenSt..NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 

Scott Garceau 
WMAR-TV Sports 
6400 York Road 
Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 

John Buren 
WJZ-TV Sports 

Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)578-7522 



Steve Buckhantz 
WTTG-TV Sports 

5151 Wisconsin Ave., NW 
Washington. D.C. 20016 
(202)895-3026 

Gerry Sandusky 
WBAL-TV Sports 
3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(410)338-1750 

NEWSCHANNEL 8 
7600-D Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 22153 
(703)912-5300 



FINDING THE 
TERPS ON THE 
ROAD 

Oklahoma 

Oklahoma City Marriott 
(405) 842-6633 

Abdow's Hall of Fame 
Classic 

Springfield Marriott 
(413)781-7111 

Georgia Tech 

Northwest Marriott 
(404) 262-3344 

Wake Forest 

Adam's Mark Hotel 
(919)725-3200 

Duke 

Washington Duke Inn 

and Golf Club 
(919) 490-0999 

Virginia 

Sheraton Inn 

Charlottesville 
(804)973-2121 

North Carolina 

Marriott at Research 

Triangle Park 
(919)941-6200 

Florida State 

Radisson Hotel 
Tallahassee 
(904) 941-6200 

N.C. State 

Marriott at Research 

Triangle Park 
(919)941-6200 

Clemson 

Greenville-Spartanburg 

Airport Marriott 
(803) 297-0300 

ACC Tournament 

Hilton at University Inn 
(704) 547-7444 



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MARYLAND TERRAPINS 







DATE(S) TIME 



OPPONENT 



TV 



DATE(S) TIME OPPONENT 



TV 



November 



January 






19-Fri. 


8:00 pm 


AUSTRALIAN NAT. TEAM 


4-Tue. 


8:00 pm 


@ Georgia Tech* 


R/J 


23-Tue. 


8:00 pm 


VERICH REPS 


8-Sat. 


1:30 pm 


NORTH CAROLINA* 


R/J-ESPN 2 


26-Fn. 


2:00 pm 


Georgetown (USAir Arena, ESPN 


11-Tue. 


8:00 pm 


FLORIDA STATE* 


R/J 






Landover, MD) 


15-Sat. 


4:00 pm 


@ Wake Forest* 




27-Sat. 


8:00 pm 


CORNELL 


22-Sat. 


3:30 pm 


N.C. STATE* 


R/J 


30-Tue. 


8:00 pm 


RIDER 


26-Wed. 


8:00 pm 


CLEMSON* 




December 

2-THU. 8:00 PM 


MARYLAND-BALT. CO. 


29-Sat. Noon 

February 


@ Duke* 


ESPN 


4-SAT. 


8:00 PM 


MORGAN STATE 


2-Wed. 


7:00 pm 


@ Virginia* 


ESPN 


7-Tue. 


9:30 pm 


@ Oklahoma ESPN 


5-Sat. 


1:30 pm 


GEORGIA TECH* 


R/J 






(The Myriad, Oklahoma 


10-Thu. 


8:00 pm 


@ North Carolina* 


R/J 






City, OK) 


12-Sat. 


2:00 pm 


i Florida State* 


ESPN 2 


23-Thu. 


8:00 pm 


TOWSON STATE 


16-Wed. 


8:00 pm 


WAKE FOREST* 








(Baltimore Arena) 


19-Sat. 


8:00 pm 


LOYOLA (MD) 




Abdow's 
28-Tue. 


Hall of Fame Classic, Springfield, Mass. 
6/8 : 00 pm U Mass vs Hartford 


23-Wed. 
26-Sat. 


7:30 pm 

Noon 


@ N.C. State* 
@ Clemson* 


R/J 


29-Wed. 


6/8:00 pm 


MARYLAND vs Hofstra 
Consolation 
Championship Games 


March 

2-Wed. 
5-Sat. 


8:00 pm 
4:00 pm 


DUKE* 
VIRGINIA* 


R/J-ESPN 2 


* denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game. 

All game times listed are Eastern Standard Time (EST). 

For ticket information, call: (301) 314-7070 or 1-800-IMA-TERP 


10-13 
Thu-Sun 




@ ACC Tournament 
Charlotte, N.C. 


R/J-ESPN 






MARYLAND TERRAPINS