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TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 







I ead Coach Gary 
Williams, his 
staff and team 
would like to 
I welcome you to 
I Cole Field 
House and hope to make 
your visit as enjoyable as 
possible. The Terrapin bas- 
ketball program is one of 
the top all-around pro- 
grams in the nation and 
Cole is one of the more 
exciting places to watch 
and cover a game. The 
Sports Information staff is 
always available to serve 
you, and has prepared this 
media guide as a source of 
information which the 
news media can refer to 
throughout the season. 
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BEFORE YOU ARRIVE 

Game credentials are 
issued to accredited mem- 
bers of the media only. 
Working space in the press 
area of Cole is limited and 
seats are expressly 
reserved for those working 
on deadline, with no excep- 
tions. Children and other 
non-workers are not 
allowed in the press area. 
Credentials should be 
ordered at least one week 
before each game, and are 
issued through the Sports 
Information Office. 
Requests for credentials 
should be made in writing 
and on letterhead sta- 
tionery to Chuck Walsh, 
Sports Information Director 
for Men's Basketball. If it is 
convenient for you to FAX 
your request, you are wel- 
come to do so. The FAX 
number in the Sports 
Information Office is (301) 
314-9094. These requests 
are accepted from Sports 
Editors and Sports 
Directors only. The creden- 
tial requests should be sent 
so that they reach the 
Sports Information Office at 
least one week prior to the 



desired games. They are 
carefully screened to insure 
good working conditions in 
the press area. When time 
permits, a working press 
pass and a parking pass 
will be mailed. When this 
is not possible, they will be 
left at the Press Will Call 
entrance at the back door 
of Cole. The back door of 
Cole directly faces Byrd 
Stadium. 

Photographers, too, 
should make their creden- 
tial requests at least 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 
exposure setting of /250 at 
f2.8 has been found to 
work well with ASA 400 
film and normal process- 
ing. 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 avail- 
able on a first come, first 
served basis. 



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Game Day Press Parking 
is located in Parking 
Garage 1, located to the 
left of the Press 
Entrance (back door) 
of Cole Field House. 
The parking garage 
is best accessed from 
the Stadium Drive 
entrance to campus. 
Access is via press park- 
ing pass only and is avail- 
able on a limited basis. 

MEDIA WORK ROOM 

A press work room is 
available for working 
media only on the court 
level of Cole. The new 
media workroom is located 
just off of the basketball 
court. A limited number of 
long distance phone lines 
are available on a first- 
come, first serve basis, 
and require a credit card 
for billing. 

The room opens well 
before game time, and 
media representatives are 
welcome to make them- 
selves comfortable. Food 
service is available to 
the media in the press 
room. A half-time and 
post-game beverage ser- 



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vice is also available. The 
pre-game buffet is available 
one hour before tip-off. 

FAX MACHINE SERVICE 

Fax machine service will 
be available in the press 
room. If you need any 
information faxed to your 
newspaper, please submit 
your request to a member 
of the Sports Information 
Office. 

PRESS SEATING 

Press seating is located on 
the basketball floor in the 
northwest corner of the 
arena. The area is manned 
by members of the Sports 
Information Office through- 
out the game. The Sports 
Information staff desires to 
help the media be as com- 
fortable as possible during 
each game. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

The NCAA has established 
a policy to control conges- 
tion in the photography 
areas on the basketball 
court. Only photographers 
on assignment are given 
photo passes along with 
members of working televi- 
sion media. Admission to 
the court and the photo 
boxes is by photo pass 
only. Photographers, both 
still and electronic, must 
shoot from the baselines at ■ 
the Northwest (Maryland 
Bench end/directly in front 
of press seating) and 
Southeast (visiting bench) 
corners of the court. 
Photographer's floor access 
is governed by Atlantic 
Coast Conference policy. 
Please note that only game 
photographers 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 con- 
course level opposite the 
team benches. 
Photographer posi- 
tions are at the 
complete discre- 
tion of the bas- 
ketball game offi- 
cials and the 
Sports Information 
Office AT ALL TIMES. 
Failure to comply with 
their directions will result 
in expulsion from the 
arena. 

IN-SEASON INTERVIEW 
POLICY 

All Maryland players and 
Head Coach Gary Williams 
will be available for inter- 
views with accredited 
members of the media 



throughout the 
season. ALL 
INTERVIEW 
REQUESTS 
must be made 
through the 
Sports 
Information 
Office, contacting 
Chuck Walsh, 
Herb Hartnett or 
joe f. blair. Player 
interviews are 
conducted 
before practice 
in the media 
workroom. 
Please allow 
for 24 hours 
prior notice. 
Player's indi- 
vidual phone 
numbers will 
not be given 
to the media 
and game 
day inter- 
views will 
not be 
granted 
until the end 
of a game. 

The Sports 
Information Office is locat- 
ed on the main level of 
Cole Field House in room 
1102. The phone number is 
(301) 314-7065 and the FAX 
number is (301) 314-9094. 

Practices are open to the 
media with few excep- 
tions. The team generally 
practices from 3 to 6 p.m. 
Monday through Friday. 
Weekend practice times 
vary; media wishing to 
attend practice should con- 
tact the Sports information 
Office ahead of time. Still 
and electronic photogra- 
phers are welcome to prac- 
tice provided they do not 
interfere with the practice. 
Players will 
not be avail- 
able for live 
call-in radio 
shows. 






POST GAME PRESS 
CONFERENCES 

Post game coaches 
interviews are held in 
the basketball 
lounge adjacent to 
the media work 
room and the 
Maryland locker- 
room. Coaches from 
both teams will be 
brought to the inter- 
view 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 con- 
cludes his comments to the 
media. This is in accor- 
dance with ACC rules. 
The visiting team's locker 
room access policy is 
determined by officials of 
that school. 

POST GAME 
STATISTICS 

Statistics packets, includ- 
ing running play-by-play, 
first half and final boxs- 
cores and post-game 
quotes are compiled fol- 
lowing every game, and 
made available to the 
media at press row and in 
the press room. 

Welcome to the 
University of Maryland's 
Cole Field House. We 
hope you enjoy your visit. 

ATLANTIC COAST 
CONFERENCE MEDIA 
SERVICES 

Weekly Teleconference 
Beginning the first 
Tuesday in January, and 
continuing each week 
through the end of the sea- 
son, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference will hold a 
weekly telephone press 
conference featuring all 
nine league coaches begin- 
ning at 11 a.m. 

Each coach will be avail- 
able to furnish comments 
and take questions for 10 
minutes, beginning with 
Clemson Head Coach Rick 
Barnes and continuing in 
alphabetical order by 
school. Gary Williams is 
available from 11:40-11:50. 
The weekly press confer- 
ence, through the services 
of Darome Phone Service in 
Alexandria, Va., can be 
accessed by calling (703) 
276-4310. The teleconfer- 
ence will be replayed in its 
entirety for 24 hours fol- 
lowing the conclusion of 
the original press confer- 




Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295 

College 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 



Sports Information Director: Herb Hartnett 

Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 

Home Phone: (410) 730-8824 

Sports Information Director 

for Men's basketball: Chuck 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: Heather Czeczok 

Office Phone: (301)314-7062 

Home Phone: (301)680-2270 

Administrative Assistant: Vanessa Abell 

Intern: Lori Van Lonkhuyzen 

Students: Debbie Drucker, Nicole Hawkins, Dan Lyons, 

Josh Herman, Andy Krauss, Dave O'Brian. 




ence. Please contact Brian 
Morrison of the ACC Office 
at (910) 854-8787 for fur- 
ther information. 
Conference Statistics 
The ACC offers up-to-date 
statistics on a daily basis 
throughout the season. 
They are accessible by 
computer modem every 
afternoon after 3 p.m. The 
number for the ACC 
Computer Bulletin Board is 
(910) 855-6568 . Some help- 
ful hints: (1) list 80 charac- 
ters per line on the screen, 
(2) list 24 lines per display 
page. For further informa- 
tion please contact Ross 
Mason at Shelby Systems 
at (205) 879-7070 
Conference 
FaxBack 
Basketball sta- 
tistics, stand- 
ings, notes and 
quotes for all 
nine league 
teams and the 
conference as 
a whole are 
available 24 hours a 
day via the AC 
FaxBack ser- 



Members of the media can 
receive releases and statis- 
tics on their own fax 
machines by dialing from the 
handset of their fax machine, 
and choosing from a menu 
the school and sport they 
wish to receive. A catalog of 
documents and correspond- 
ing code numbers, as well as 
the FaxBack number, can be 
obtained by calling the ACC 
Media Relations Office at 
(910) 854-8787. 




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CONTENTS 



Welcome to the University of Maryland IFC-1 

Terp Table 2 

Divider Page -The Season 3 

Team Roster 4 

Squad Analysis 5 

Season Preview 6-8 

Divider Page-The Coaching Staff 9 

Gary Williams, Head Coach 10-15 

Billy Halm, Assistant Coach 16-17 

Art Perry, Assistant Coach 18-19 

Jimmy Patsos, Assistant Coach 20 

Peter Sauer, Administrative Assistant 21 

Cleo-Long Thomas, Coaches Secretary 21 

Marchelle Payne, Office Assistant 21 

J.J. Bush, Medical Staff 22 

Divider Page-The Players 23 

Keith Booth 24-26 

Rodney Elliott 27-29 

ExreeHipp 30-32 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 33-35 

MattKovarik 36-38 

Mario Lucas 39-41 

MattRaydo 42-43 

Johnny Rhodes 46-48 

Duane Simpkins 49-51 

Obinna Ekezie 52 

Laron Profit 53 

Terrell Stokes 54 

Top Ten Backcourts 44-45 

Hawaiian Paradise 55-56 

Television/Radio Head Shots 144 

Divider Page-Welcome to Maryland 57 

Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 58 

Athletic Department Staff Pictures 59 

Athletic Department Staff Listing 60 

Terrapin Club 61 

Academic Support Unit 62 

Strength and Conditioning 63 

President William E. Kirwan 64 

The University at College Park 65-69 

Cole Field House 70-73 

Cheerleaders/Band 74 

Airwaves/Radio Network 75 

Divider Page-1994-95 in Review 76 

Season in Review, Honors 77-78 

Season Statistics 79 

Game by Game Statistics 80 



ACC Standings and Statistics 81 

Season Box Scores 82-88 

Divider Page-Historical Terps 89 

All-Time Letterwinners 90-91 

Award Winning Terps 92-94 

All- American Terps 95-100 

Terps in the Pros 101 

Divider Page-Terp Records 102 

Individual Records 103-111 

Team Records 112 

Miscellaneous Records 113-114 

Season Leaders 115-116 

Maryland Year by Year Statistics 117 

Opponents' Year by Year Statistics 118 

Terps vs. All Opponents 119-123 

Terps Through the Years 124-128 

Terps Tournament History 129-130 

Wire Service Rankings 131 

Divider Page-Terp Opponents 132 

American University 133 

Clemson University 133 

UCLA 134 

Delaware State 134 

Duke 135 

Florida 135 

Florida State 136 

George Washington 136 

Georgia Tech 137 

Howard 137 

Kentucky 138 

Maryland Eastern Shore 138 

Massachusetts 139 

Missouri 139 

North Carolina 140 

N.C. State 140 

Rider 141 

Towson State 141 

Virginia 142 

Wake Forest 142 

Terp Watchers - The Media 143 



The 1995-96 University 
of Maryland Men's 
Basketball Media Guide 
was published by the 
Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics, 
Deborah A. Yow Director. 
It was written, compiled 
and edited by Chuck 
Walsh with considerable 
help from Herb Hartnett, 
joe f. blair, Heather 
Czeczok, Vanessa Abell 
and Andy Krauss. Lisa 
Helfert, who chronicled 
Maryland's athletic histo- 
ry by giving generously 
of her talent and time, is 
the chief photographer 
for the publication. 
Photographs also appear 
courtesy of Doug 
Pensinger who took the 
headshots, team pictures 
and contributed much of 
the fantastic artwork, 
Bruce Schwartzman and 
Dave Krause. Layout and 
design is by Dave Pfeiffer 
of Concrete Creative in 
Beltsville, Md. who is a 
creative genius and con- 
tinues to amaze the world 
with each artistic cre- 
ation. The publication 
was printed by Presstar 
Printing, Inc, of Silver 
Spring, Md. A great deal 
of thanks goes to the staff 
of Presstar who helped 
make this book possible: 
Joel Kauffman, June Lung 
and Don French. Thank 
you Nancy, for without 
you, this media guide 
would never have been 
completed. 



The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with respects to both education and 
employment. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex, or handicap in 
admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities as required by feder- 
al (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with 
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, 
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to Office 
of Human Relations, 1107 Hombake Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; 
Telephone 301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the application of Section 5-4 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to 
the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, may be directed to Director, Disabled Student 
Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland, College park, Maryland, 20742; Telephone (301) 
314-7682 (voice) or (301) 314-7683 (TTY). 




ALPHABETICAL 



Name (No.) 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Keith Booth (22) 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


222 


Obinna Ekezie (54) 


Fr. 


F/C 


6-9 


260 


Rodney Elliott (25) 


So. 


F 


6-8 


213 


Exree Hipp (4) 


Sr. 


F 


6-8 


224 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (13) 


So. 


G 


6-4 


195 


MattKovarik(ll) 


Jr. 


G 


6-4 


201 


Mario Lucas (21) 


Sr. 


F 


6-8 


241 


Laron Profit (3) 


Fr. 


F/G 


6-5 


189 


Matt Raydo (5) 


Jr. 


G 


5-10 


153 


Johnny Rhodes (15) 


Sr. 


G 


6-4 


212 


Duane Simpkins (10) 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


172 


Terrell Stokes (12) 


Fr. 


G 


6-0 


172 


*Brian Watkins (45) 


So. 


F 


6-9 


216 


•Will 


Dractice but not compete during the 1995-96 seasor 


under NCAA transfer guidelines. 


NUMERICAL 










No. 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


3 


Laron Profit 


Fr. 


F/G 


6-5 


189 


4 


Exree Hipp 


Sr. 


F 


6-8 


224 


5 


Matt Raydo 


Jr. 


G 


5-10 


153 


10 


Duane Simpkins 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


172 


11 


Matt Kovarik 


Jr. 


G 


6-4 


201 


12 


Terrell Stokes 


Fr. 


G 


6-0 


172 


13 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


So. 


G 


6-4 


195 


15 


Johnny Rhodes 


Sr. 


G 


6-4 


212 


21 


Mario Lucas 


Sr. 


F 


6-8 


241 


22 


Keith Booth 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


222 


25 


Rodney Elliott 


So. 


F 


6-8 


213 


45 


Brian Watkins 


So. 


F 


6-9 


216 


54 


Obinna Ekezie 


Fr. 


F/C 


6-9 


260 



Hometown (High School) 

Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Clinton, Md. (Worcester Academy) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Washington, D.C. (Harker Prep) 
Kaunas, Lithuania (Solanco, Pa) 
Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) 
Memphis, Term. (Fairley) 
Charleston, S.C. (Cesar Rodney) 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Washington, D.C. (Washington Dunbar) 
Ft. Washington, Md. (DeMatha) 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 
Nashville, Term. (Overton) 



Hometown (High School) 

Charleston, S.C. (Cesar Rodney) 
Washington, D.C. (Harker Prep) 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Ft. Washington, Md. (DeMatha) 
Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) 
Philadelphia, PA (Simon Gratz) 
Kaunas, Lithuania (Solanco, Pa.) 
Washington, D.C. (Washington Dunbar) 
Memphis, Tenn. (Fairley) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Nashville, Tenn. (Overton) 
Clinton, Md (Worcester Academy) 



Head Coach: Gary Williams (7th year) 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn (7th year), Art Perry (6th year), Jimmy Patsos (5th year) 

Pronunciations: Exree (x-Ree) Hipp; Sarunas Jasikevicius (Yes-ah-KAV-ah-CHUS) 




LETTERWINNERS RETURNING(9) 



No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 


1994-95 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


* 4 Exree Hipp 


F 


6-8/205/Sr./3VL 


13.6 ppg/4.2 rpg 


Washington, D.C./Harker Prep 


*10 Duane Simpkins 


G 


6-0/178/Sr./3VL 


10.5 ppg/4.8 apg 


Ft. Washington, Md./DeMatha 


11 MattKovarik 


G 


6-5/182/Jr./2VL 


0.7 ppg/0.9 apg 


Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley 


13 Sarunas Jasikevicius 


G 


6-4/190/SoVlVL 


3.1 ppg/0.7 rpg 


Kaunas, Lithuania/Solanco, Pa. 


*15 Johnny Rhodes 


G 


6-4/205/Sr./3VL 


14.0 ppg/2.5 spg 


Wash., D.C./Wash. Dunbar 


21 Mario Lucas 


F 


6-8/231/Sr.3VL 


7.1 ppg/3.1 rpg 


Memphis, Tenn./Fairley 


*22 Keith Booth 


F 


6-5/221/Jr./2VL 


10.9 ppg,/7.3 rpg 


Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Dunbar 


25 Rodney Elliott 


F 


6-8/220/SO./1VL 


1.4ppg/1.5rpg 


Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Dunbar 


5 Matt Raydo 


G 


5-10/160/Jr./2VL 


1.0 ppg/0.5 rpg 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons 


NEWCOMERS (3) 










No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 


1994-95 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


3 Laron Proffit 


F/G 


6-8/1 80/Fr./HS 


25.8 ppg/8.9 rpg 


Charleston, S.C. /Cesar Rodney 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


F/C 


6-10/250/Fr./HS 


20.0 ppg/10.0 rpg 


Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria/Worcester Aca. 


12 Terrell Stokes 


G 


6-0/175/Fr./HS 


13.8 ppg/9.4 rpg 


Philadelphia, Pa./Simon Gratz 


LETTERWINNERS LOST (4) 






No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 


1994-95 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


31 Wayne Bristol 


G 


6-0/185/Sr./3VL 


3.9 ppg/1.2 rpg 


Beltsvflle, Md./High Point 


12 Donny Judd 


F 


6-5/185/Sr./2VL 


1.6 ppg/0.5 rpg 


Forestville, Md./Anchorage East 


55 Kurtis Shultz 


F 


6-5/235/Sr./3VL 


1.6 ppg/0.9 rpg 


Randallstown, Md./DeMatha 


*32 Joe Smith 


F/C 


6-10/221/SO./2VL 


20.8 ppg/10.7 rpg 


Norfolk, Va./Maury 


* 1994-95 Starter 











Head Coach: Gary Williams (Maryland, 1968). Entermg his 18th seson overall (312-205, .603). Entering his 7th year at Maryland (105-77, 

.577) 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn (Maryland, 1975; Entering his 7th year at Maryland), Art Perry (Rutgers, 1975; Entermg his 6th year at 

Maryland), Jimmy Patsos (Catholic, 1989; Entering his 5th year at Maryland) 

Basketball Administrative Assistant: Peter Sauer (Maryland, 1981) 

Pronunciations: Exree (x-Ree) Hipp; Sarunas Jasikevicius (Sha-Roon-US Yes-i-Ke-VICH-us) 



Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Newcomers: 3 

Fr/So/Jr/Sr: 4/3/2/3 

Seniors: Exree Hipp, Mario Lucas, Johnny Rhodes, Duane Simpkins 
Juniors: Keith Booth, Matt Kovarik, Matt Raydo 
Sophomores: Rodney Elliott, Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Freshman: Obinna Ekezie, Laron Profit, Terrell Stokes 





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■ ti ^f the Maryland 
Tenapins were 
the one-man 
I team many in 
college basketball think 
they are, they might 
have cratered against 
Gonzaga in the first 
round of the NCAA bas- 
ketball Tournament 
Thursday night. " 

"If the Terps were 
the one-man team of 
Sportscenter legend, 
they'd be in big trouble 
today in the second 
round against Texas, a 
frantic, guard-oriented 
team that thrives on its 
opponents inability to 
play defense 20 feet 
from the basket. " 

"Joe Smith can't win 
the game out there. 

"And he couldn't do 
anything against 
Gonzaga. " 

So wrote John 
Eisenberg of the 
Baltimore Sun in March 
of 1995 during the 
Terps second consecu- 
tive run to the "Sweet 
16" round of the NCAA 
Tournament. 

The same can be said 
of the Terps as they 
approach the 1995-96 
season. 

One of the most tal- 
ented and experienced 
Maryland teams in 
recent memories will 
attempt to take the 
Terps to new heights. 
The Terps return four 
starters, have experi- 
ence coming off the 
bench, and welcome 
three exciting freshmen 
to one of the nation's 
top Division I programs. 

The most prominent 
player missing from the 
Maryland lineup is Joe 
Smith, last year's leader 
in scoring (20.0 ppg), 
rebounding (10.7 rpg) 





and blocked shots (2.9 
bpg). The 6-10 All- 
America center left col- 
lege after his sopho- 
more season to enter 
the National Basketball 
Association draft, 
where he was the first 
overall selection. Smith 
was the consensus 
selection as the 1995 
National Collegiate 
Player of the Year, win- 
ning the Naismith and 
Adolph Rupp awards as 
the National Player of 
the Year. In addition, he 
became only the third 
sophomore in history to 
win the Atlantic Coast 
Conference Player of 
the Year award. 
But with four-fifths of 



its starting lineup back, 
Maryland is ready to 
continue its ascent into 
the top tier of the 
nation's premier teams. 

The loss of Smith 
means Maryland's 
active, pressure style of 
defense may become 
even more active and 
pressure packed. If this 
holds true, a great deal 
of the offensive and 
defensive load will be 
shouldered by 
Maryland's superb 
backcourt. 

The Terps return an 
exceptional backcourt 
tandem in seniors 
Johnny Rhodes and 
Duane Simpkins. The 
pair has been the start- 
ing backcourt in College 
Park for 64 consecutive 
games. Together, com- 
bine for 153 starting 
assignments. During 
that time, Maryland has 
advanced to the NCAA 
Tournament "Sweet 16" 
twice, finished in first 
place in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference 
standings once and 
won nearly 70 percent 
of its games. 

Rhodes has devel- 
oped into one of the 
most versatile players 
in the nation. At 6-4, 
and a lefthander, 
Rhodes is comfortable 
as the point or shooting 
guard. He is one of the 
top defensive special- 
ists in the nation. At 6- 
4, he is tall enough to 
see over most defenses, 
allowing him to see 
open teammates. His 
dribble is deceptively 
quick. His crossover has 
been known to leave 
even the quickest oppo- 
nent looking at the back 
of his uniform. 



Rhodes enters his 
senior season on pace 
to shatter the ACC 
record for career steals. 
He begins his senior 
season with 234 career 
steals and a 2.54 steals 
per game average. 
Should he lead the 
Terps in steals, he will 
become only the third 
player in ACC history to 
lead his team in steals 
during each of his four 
varsity seasons. 

Simpkins, also a left- 
hander, led Maryland in 
assists last season and 
will be called upon to 
help fill the scoring void 
left by Smith's depar- 
ture. He worked hard to 
improved his outside 
shot and will have to 
step up and be one of 
Maryland's top outside 
shooting threats. But 
this is a player who has 
improved throughout 




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his career, and his ever- 
rising numbers have 
displayed that fact. 

He is one of only four 
point guards in 
Maryland history to 
have averaged in dou- 
ble figure scoring and 
at least 4.5 assists per 
game in two consecu- 
tive seasons. His aver- 
ages of 11.1 points and 
4.7 assists during his 
back-to-back sophomore 
and junior seasons plac- 
ing him in select Terp 
company with Ail- 
American John Lucas, 
first round NBA 1st 
round draft choice Brad 
Davis and Kevin 
McLinton. Complimen- 
ting his shooting, 
Simpkins is one of only 
two returning players in 
the ACC to have ranked 
among the top six in 



assists in each of the 
last two years. 

Rhodes and Simpkins 
will be joined in the 
backcourt by juniors 
Matt Kovarik (60 career 
games played) and Matt 
Raydo (21 career games 
played), sophomore 
Sarunas Jasikevicius (29 
games played) and 
freshman Terrell Stokes. 

Kovarik, a veteran of 
two complete ACC sea- 
sons, will add to 
Maryland's overall team 
depth. The only player 
outside of the regular 
starting five to gain one 
start in each of the last 
two years, Kovarik's 
outside shot and pass- 
ing capabilities are two 
aspects of his game 
which need to be sharp 
for him to help the 
Terps. Raydo is another 



point guard who is 
capable of adding valu- 
able minutes as a 
reserve, and is a crowd 
favorite. 

Jasikevicius, 
Maryland's designated 
outside shooter, showed 
flashes of brilliance dur- 
ing his freshman sea- 
son. He will be counted 
on as one of Maryland's 
top three-point snooting 
threats. He was sixth 
among ACC freshmen 
last year with a 38.7 
mark from three-point 
range. 

In Stokes, Maryland 
has the prototypical 
Gary Williams-type 
point guard. In addition 
to scoring 13.8 points 
per game as a senior at 
nationally ranked Simon 
Gratz in Philadelphia, 
Stokes averaged 9.2 
assists and 5.8 steals a 
game. He has been 
labeled as the No. 1 
pure point guard enter- 
ing the college ranks. 

Maryland's frontline 
will be anchored by 
junior forward Keith 
Booth, one of only two 
juniors in the ACC to 
have earned all confer- 
ence honors each of the 
last two years. He 
played beside Joe Smith 
starting 64 consecutive 
games. He is one of the 
most experienced front- 
court players in the 
nation. He averaged 
10.8 points and 6.7 
rebounds during his 
first two years while 
consistently outper- 
forming bigger players. 
Because of his talent 
and tenacity, Booth rou- 
tinely tangles with big- 
ger players while fight- 
ing for position under 
the boards. He has com- 
peted with the likes of 
former North Carolina 
All-American Jerry 
Stackhouse, Georgia 
Tech's James Forrest, 



Wake Forest's Travis 
Banks, Florida State's 6- 
11 Corey Lewis and 
Duke's 6-10 Erik Meek. 

Booth will be joined 
in the frontcourt by 
senior Mario Lucas, one 
of the top sixth men in 
the ACC during much 
of his career. Lucas 
brings many different 
looks with him to the 
frontcourt table. He has 
the size and strength 
(6-8, 240) to play under- 
neath and to be among 
the top rebounders in 
the conference. He also 
has the mobility and 
shooting range to be 
able to beat many 
smaller players from 
beyond the free throw 
and three point lines. 
Lucas was fourth on the 
team in rebounds and 
third on the team in 
three point shots made. 
He is also very experi- 
enced, having played in 
87 career games. 

Senior Exree Hipp, 
maybe the most athletic 
player in the nation, 
rounds out Maryland's 
frontcourt. The two-time 
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ties throughout his 
career, which now 
spans 92 consecutive 
starts. He scored a sea- 
son high 23 points ver- 
sus North Carolina in 
last year's ACC 
Tournament, after hit- 
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in the regular season. In 
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difficult match-up prob- 
lems for Terp oppo- 
nents. His ability to play 
perimeter defense 
against a smaller for- 
ward or guard gives 
Maryland a great advan- 
tage. He will be looked 
upon to help make up 
for Smith's absence. 

Sophomore Rodney 
Elliott and freshmen 
Obinna Ekezie and 
Laron Profit will prove 
to be valuable front- 
court reserve players. 
That trio of underclass- 
man will play vital roles 
in Williams's substitu- 
tion pattern and will 
have to add quality 
minutes every night. 

Elliott, a high school 
teammate of Booth at 
Baltimore Dunbar, pos- 
sesses strong defensive 
skills which make him a 
valuable reserve. He 
has added nearly 15 



pounds to his frame 
which will help him as 
he competes for extend- 
ed playing time. Elliott 
was at his best in the 
NCAA Tournament as 
he scored nine points 
and grabbed two 
rebounds in only seven 
minutes of play while 
spelling Smith who was 
in early foul trouble. 

Ekezie and Profit will 
both compete for play- 
ing time on the front- 
line. Ekezie is a solid 
player who will see a 
dramatic improvement 
in his play quickly upon 
entering the Williams 
system. His ability to 
play well and more 
importantly, consistent- 
ly well, underneath is 
something that the 
Terps' coaching staff 
will ask of the Nigerian 
born newcomer. 

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will help the Terps in a 
number of different 
areas. He has good ball 
handling skills, shoots 
well in the open court 
and under pressure and 
runs the floor well. 
Profit will fit into Mary- 
land's style immediately 
and will offer a valuable 
back-up at the off guard 
and quickside forward 
positions. 

Maryland will once 
again face one of the 
toughest schedules of 
any team in the he 
country. Beginning with 
Kentucky in the 
Starter/Hall of Fame 
Tip-Off Classic, 
Massachusetts in the 
Franklin National Bank 
Classic and UCLA in 
the Wooden Classic, 
Maryland will have 
faced three teams 
which all advanced to 
the "Elite" 8 of the 
NCAA Tournament last 
year. The Terps will 
continue their schedule 
after Christmas with 
the always tough 16- 
game ACC slate. 
Williams has added 
another tough wrinkle 
during the ACC sched- 
ule - a February home 
date with Missouri. 

Maryland returns 
what may be the most 
experienced lineup m 
the country with a com- 
bined 309 starts and 
340 games played. Add 
to that a fifth starter 
who has played in 87 
career games and a 
bench which has played 
a total of 140 games 
with an extremely 
strong trio of freshman 
and Williams likes what 
he sees on the court. 
The Terps wriR be battle 
tested throughout the 
season and should be 
tough to contend with 
come ACC and NCAA 
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ary Williams' teams cast an image like the man himself. They are intense, exciting, hard 
working and always play with a will to win. On and off the court, the head coach and his 
teams have much in common, but work ethic binds them. It is that work ethic, that has made 
Maryland one of the top teams in the nation. It is that work ethic that has forged an average 
of 18 wins a season in Williams' six years at Maryland. Exciting, intense basketball has pro- 
duced three post-season appearances, including consecutive trips to the "Sweet 16" of the 
NCAA Tournament. Williams is one of only five coaches to take teams to back-to-back 
regional semifinals in the past two years. 
Maryland basketball has returned to the upper echelon of Division I. 

Entering the 1995-96 season, the Terps have been ranked in 19 of the last 25 Associated Press and 
CNN/USA Today polls, including 16 straight. Maryland was ranked in the top 10 for ten consecutive weeks, 
peaking at No. 5. The No. 5 ranking was the highest since the 1984 season. 

The 50-year old Williams enters the 1995-96 season with a 105-77 (.577) record at Maryland. In 17 years as 
a head coach, Williams' record stands at 312-205 (.603). 

When Williams arrived at Maryland to take what he called "his dream job," he inherited a team that had 
won but nine games the year before, and finished in last place in the ACC. 

Immediately, Williams put his stamp on the program. His 1990 team won 19 games and advanced to the 
second round of the National Invitation Tournament. The Terps came from nowhere to win six conference 
games and defeat Massachusetts in the NIT. In the process, Maryland improved its scoring average from 69.2 
points per game to 83.2 points per game. 

Maybe more important than the victories and post-season appearance was that the Terp faithful were com- 
ing back to Cole Field House. The average attendance at home games improved by more than 1,000 fans dur- 
ing Williams' first season. Last year, the Terps established a school record, as an average of nearly 14,000 fans 
poured into Cole each night the Williams led Terps took the floor. 



NCAA Men's Basketball 
Teams with No. 1 
overall picks in the 
NBA draft 

Tl. Maryland-1976, 1995 
(John Lucas, Joe Smith) 
Houston-1968, 1984 (Elvin 
Hayes, Hakeem Olajuwon) 
Indiana-1961, 1977 (Walt 
Bellamy, Kent Benson) 
Michigan-1966, 1993 
(Cazzie Russell, Chris 
Webber) 

North Carolina-1982, 1986 
(James Worthy, Brad 
Dougherty) 

Purdue-1980, 1994 (Joe Barry 
Carroll, Glenn Robinson) 
UCLA-1969, 1974 (Kareem 
Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton) 




NCAA Men's Basketball 
Coaches with the most top 
3 picks in the NBA draft 
lottery 

1. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 
(3)-1989, 1992, 1994 (Ferry, 
2; Laettner, 3; Hill, 3) 
72. Gary Williams, 
Maryland (2)-1987, 1995 
(Hopson, 3; Smith, 1) 
John Thompson, 
Georgetown (2)-1985, 1992 
(Ewing, 1 ; Morning, 2) 
Dale Brown, Louisiana State 
(2)-1990, 1992 (Jackson, 3; 
O'Neil, 1) 

Jerry Tarkanian, Nevada 
Las Vegas (2)-1987, 1991 
(Gilliam, 2; Johnson, 1) 
Dean Smith, North Carolina 
(2)~1986, 1995 (Dougherty, 
1; Stackhouse, 3) 
Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 
(2)-1990, 1991 (Coleman, 1; 
Owens, 3) 



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Williams helped 
return Maryland to the 
upper echelon of college 
basketball by teaching 
his teams to play with 
relentless intensity. 
Williams' teams play 
the game from end line 
to end line for 40 min- 
utes. That style reflects 
Williams' own dedica- 
tion and commitment. 

Williams, who gained 
his 300th career victory 
last season, is in his 
18th season as a head 
coach on the collegiate 
level. Eleven times in 
his 17 years as a head 
coach, Williams has led 
teams to post-season 
play. American 
University, Boston 
College, Ohio State and 
Maryland - each stop 
on his head coaching 
resume - went to post- 
season action. 

Williams is the only 
coach to direct pro- 
grams in the three most 
powerful conferences in 
college basketball - The 
Atlantic Coast, The Big 
East and The Big Ten. 
During Williams' com- 
bined 13 years in those 
three conferences, the 
national champion has 
come from Williams' 
league six times (three 
in his five years in the 
ACC, twice in his four 
years in the Big East 
and once in his three 
years in the Big Ten.) 

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



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June 13, 1989-Named Maryland's seventh head 
coach. He becomes only the second former Terp 
player and only the third alumnus to be named 
head coach. 

November 25, 1989-Defeated Delaware State, 
87-53, in his first game as head coach. He 
becomes the sixth head coach in school history 
to win his first game. 

December 24, 1989-Defeated Cal-State 
Sacramento, 98-68, to complete a three game 
tournament sweep and help lead Maryland to 
the championship of the Cnaminade Christmas 
Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

January 4, 1990-Defeated Wake Forest, 88-82, 
in his first career ACC game as Maryland's 
head coach. He is only the second coach to win 
his first ACC game in his first attempt. 

January 10, 1990-Defeated North Carolina, 98- 
88, to gain his first victory over a ranked team 
as Maryland's head coach. 

March 15, 1990-Defeated Massachusetts, 91-81, 
in the first round of the National Invitation 
Tournament at Cole Field House. Williams is the 
first Maryland coach to take a team to the post- 
season in his first year as Maryland's head 
coach. 

March 19, 1990-Closed his first season at 
Maryland with a 19-14 record making him the 
winningest first year coach in Terp history. 

December 29, 1990-Guided the Terps to victo- 
ries over Rutgers and South Carolina to gain 
the championship of the ECAC Holiday Festival 
in New York City's famed Madison Square 
Garden. 

March 2, 1991-Closed his second season with a 
16-12 overall record making him only the sec- 
ond head coach in school history to record win- 
ning seasons in each of his first two years. 

March 1, 1992-Defeated No. 10 North Carolina 
at home. 

January 19, 1993-Defeated No. 12 Oklahoma at 
the Baltimore Arena. 

November 26, 1993-Defeated No. 15 
Georgetown, 84-83, in overtime at USAir Arena. 



January 17, 1994-Ranked No. 25 in the weekly 
Associated Press Poll. It marked the first time 
since the 1985 season that Maryland was rep- 
resented in the weekly national writers and 
broadcasters poll. 

March 13, 1994-Maryland named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the first time since 1988, earn- 
ing the No. 10 seed in the Midwest region. 

March 17, 1994-Defeated Saint Louis, 74-66, in 
his first NCAA Tournament game as the Terps' 
head coach. 

March 19, 1994-Defeated second seeded 
Massachusetts, 95-87, in the biggest upset of 
the 1994 NCAA Tournament to advance the 
Terps to the "Sweet 16" for the first time since 
1985. 

November 7, 1994-Signed a seven-year con- 
tract extension. 

December 26, 1994-Ranked No. 9 in the week- 
ly Associated Press Poll. It marked the first 
time the Terps had been ranked in the top 10 
since the 1984 season. 

January 22, 1995-Defeated N.C. State, 84-67, 
at Raleigh to gain his 300th career coaching 
victory. 

February 7, 1995-Defeated No. 1 North 
Carolina, 86-73, for his first win as Maryland's 
coach over the nation's top ranked team. 

February 22, 1995-Defeated N.C. State, 84-71, 
in Cole Field House to gain his 100th coaching 
victory while at the University of Maryland. 

March 12, 1995-Maryland named to NCAA 
Tournament for second consecutive season 
earning No. 3 seed in the West Region. 

March 13, 1995-Ranked No. 10 in the final 
Associated Press poll. It is the first time since 
the final poll of the 1980 season that the Terps 
are ranked within the Top-10. 

June 28, 1995-Unanimous National Player of 
the Year Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 overall 
pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada. 



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from 1964-67 under 
Head Coach Bud 
Millikan. He served as 
team captain during his 
senior season. It was as 
a player in the ACC that 
Williams developed his 
basketball philosophy. 
He studied the game 
under Millikan, and it 
was then that he devel- 
oped his penchant for 
the fullcourt pressure 
defenses for which his 
teams are known. He 
learned his half court 



man-to-man defense 
from Millikan, who had 
learned from the leg- 
endary Hank Iba. The 
fast-breaking offense 
that Willams' teams 
employ is similar to the 
style Vic Bubas's Duke 
teams used when 
Williams was a player. 
Williams began his 
coaching career as a 
graduate student at 
Maryland under a 
future boss, Tom Davis. 
Williams was Davis' 



assistant coach for the 
Maryland freshmen 
team during the 1969 
season. The team fin- 
ished with a 12-4 
record. 

After earning a 
degree in business, he 
continued his coaching 
career as an assistant at 
Woodrow Wilson High 
School in Camden, New 
Jersey. After one year, 
he took over as the 
head coach and guided 
his first team to a per- 



GARY IN PRINT 




GARY WILLIAMS RECORD IN OVERTIME 


at American (4-2) 




December 28, 1978 


American 98 vs. Stetson 94 (20T) 


December 29, 1978 


American 85 vs. Central Florida 83 (OT) 


January 13, 1979 


American 83 vs. Bucknell 85 (20T) 


January 15, 1979 


American 89 vs. George Washington 91 (OT) 


February 24, 1981 


American 84 vs. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 83 (OT) 


February 2, 1982 


American 65 vs. William & Mary 64 (OT) 


at Boston College (0-0) 




None 




at Ohio State (1-2) 




December 29, 1986 


Ohio State 79 vs. Kansas 78 (OT) 


February 27, 1988 


Ohio State 77 vs. Michigan State 78 (OT) 


March 23, 1989 


Ohio State 80 vs. St. John's 83 (OT) - NIT 


at Maryland (3-2) 




February 10, 1989 


Maryland 111 vs. #14 Duke 114 (OT) 


March 2, 1991 


Maryland 78 at Virginia 74 (OT) 


January 18, 1992 


Maryland 83 vs. Florida State 91 (OT) 


November 15, 1993 


Maryland 84 at #15 Georgetown 83 (OT) 


March 11, 1995 


Maryland 92 vs. #2 North Carolina 97 (OT) - 




ACC Tournament 




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feet 27-0 record and the . 
state title. Williams has 
called that season "the 
ultimate; there wasn't 
another game to win. " 

Williams spent one 
more year at Wilson 
before accepting an 
invitation from Davis in 
1972 to become an 
assistant at Lafayette 
College. While an assis- 
tant at Lafayette, 
Williams also served as 
the head soccer coach. 
In 1978, Williams 
accompanied Davis to 
Boston College. After 
one year there, Williams 
became the head coach 
at American University. 

Williams immediately 
began making his mark. 
His 1981 squad set the 
still-standing school 
record for victories with 
a 24-6 mark, won the 
East Coast Conference 
Championship, and 
played in the NIT. 
Williams was named 
the District Coach of the 
Year. American 
returned to post-season 
play the next season as 
the Williams-led Eagles 
went 21-9 and played in 
the NIT for the second 
consecutive year. Only 
once prior to Williams' 
arrival had AU gone to 
a post-season tourna- 
ment, and the Eagles 
have not returned to 
post-season play since. 
Williams' four-year 
record at AU was 72-42. 

In 1983, Williams suc- 
ceeded Davis at Boston 
College. He was once 
again an instant suc- 
cess, posting a 25-7 
record, and leading the 
Eagles to the regular 
season championship of 
the Big East in his first 
season. Making his first 
appearance in the 
NCAA Tournament, 
Williams directed the 
Eagles to the "Sweet 
16." He finished third in 
the balloting for 
National Coach of the 
Year, and was honored 
as the Eastern Coach of 
the Year by his peers. 
He went on to duplicate 
that NCAA Tournament 
success again in 1985, 
when he again led BC 
to the "Sweet 16." 






GARY WILLIAMS-COACHED TEAMS 


IN THE NATIONAL STATISTICS 


Year 


Rank Category 


Mark 


1995 


9th Field Goal Percentage 


49.8 




11th Rebound Margin 


+6.6 




11th Scoring Margin 


+ 12.7 




13th Scoring Offense 


86.6 




21st Won-Lost Percentage 


.765 (26-8) 


1989 


8th Free Throw Percentage 


76.2% 


1987 


15th Scoring Offense 


84.9 ppg 




10th Free Throw percentage 


76.0% 


1986 


28th Free Throw percentage 


74.2% 


1984 


23rd Scoring Offense 


77.2 ppg 




30th Free Throw Percentage 


73.8% 


1983 


1st Scoring Offense 


84.3 ppg 




9th Scoring Margin 


+ 10.7 ppg 




14th Won-Lost Percentage 


.781 (25-7) 


1981 


12th Won-Lost Percentage 


.800 (24-6) 



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Tournament Tested Coaches 

Coach Teams 

Eddie Sutton Creighton (1974); 

Arkansas (1977, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85); 
Kentucky (1986, 87, 88); 
Oklahoma State (91, 92, 93, 94, 95) 


*No. 

4 


Gary Williams 


Boston College (1983, 85); 
Ohio State (1987); 
Maryland (1994, 95) 


3 


Gene Bartow 


Memphis (1973); 

UCLA (1976, 1977); 

Alabama-Birmingham (81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 94 


3 
I 

3 


Dave Bliss 


Oklahoma (1979); 

Southern Methodist (1984, 85, 88); 

New Mexico (1991, 93,94) 


Don DeVoe 


Virginia Tech (1976); 

Tennessee (1979, 80, 81, 82, 83, 89); 

Navy (1995) 


3 
3 


Charles G. Driesell 


Davidson (1966, 68, 69); 

Maryland (1973, 75, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86); 

James Madison (1994) 


Eddie Hickey 


Creighton (1941); 
St. Louis (1953, 57); 
Marquette (1959, 61) 


3 


Frank McGuire 


St. John's (1951, 52); 
North Carolina (1957, 59); 
South Carolina (1971, 72, 73, 74) 


3 


Eldon Miller 


Western Michigan (1976); 
Ohio State (1980, 82, 83,85); 
Northern Iowa (1990) 


3 


Ralph Miller 


Wichita State (1964); 

Iowa (1970); 

Oregon State (1975, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89) 


3 


Rick Pitino 
George Raveling 


Boston University (1983); 
Providence (1987); 
Kentucky (1993, 94, 95) 

Washington State (1980, 83); 

Iowa (1985, 86); 

Southern California (1991, 92) 


3 
3 


Joe Williams Jacksonville (1970); 

Furman(1971,73, 74, 75, 78); 
Florida State (1980) 

*Number of schools taken to the post season. 


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In 1987, WiJliams 
accepted the head 
coaching job at Ohio 
State, becoming the 
tenth basketball coach 
in that school's illustri- 
ous history. He succeed- 
ed Eldon Miller and 
once again enjoyed suc- 
cess. In four years, the 
Buckeyes made three 
post-season appear- 
ances. His first squad 
defeated then No. 1 and 
unbeaten Iowa 
(coached by Tom Davis) 
in the regular season, in 
what would be the first 
of many giant-killings. 
During Williams' three 
year term at Ohio State, 
OSU defeated a second 
ranked Purdue team, 
perennial power Kansas 
and highly regarded Big 
Ten powers Michigan 
and Illinois. Each of 
Williams' three Ohio 
State teams advanced 
to post-season play, and 
he laid the groundwork 
for the highly successful 
teams that followed 
when he left Columbus 
for College Park. 

In November of 1994, 
Williams signed a 
seven-year contract that 
he says will allow him 
to finish his coaching 
career at Maryland. It is 
the third contract that 
Williams has signed 
since his return to his 
alma mater on June 13, 
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WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIVISION I 
COACHES IN NCAA TOURNAMENT PLAY 

(Minimum of 10 games in NCAA Division I Tournament) 



Rank 


Coach, Current School 


App 


W 


L 


.Pet 


1. 


Mike Kyzyzewski, Duke 


11 


39 


9 


.813 


2. 


Steve Fisher, Michigan 


6 


20 


5 


.800 


3. 


Bobby Knight, Indiana 


19 


40 


16 


.714 




Roy Williams, Kansas 


6 


15 


6 


.714 


5. 


Dean Smith, North Carolina 


25 


60 


25 


.706 


6. 


Rick Pitino, Kentucky 


6 


15 


6 


.700 


7. 


Nolan Richardson, Arkansas 


10 


22 


10 


.688 


8. 


Denny Crum, Louisville 


19 


37 


19 


.661 


9. 


John Thompson, Georgetown 


18 


31 


17 


.646 


10. 


Tom Davis, Iowa 


8 


14 


8 


.636 


11. 


Billy Tubbs, Texas Christian 


11 


18 


11 


.621 


12. 


Gary Williams, Maryland 


5 


8 


5 


.615 




Bob Huggins, Cincinnati 


5 


8 


5 


.615 


14. 


Lon Kruger, Florida 


5 


8 


6 


.571 






MARYLAND 

MASSACHUSETTS 

MICHIGAN 

PEPPERDME 



NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACHES 
WITH THE MOST NBA LOTTERY PICKS 

1. Dean Smith, North Carolina (6) 

2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke (5) 
T3. Steve Fisher, Michigan (4) 

John Thompson, Georgetown (4) 
T5. GARY WILLIAMS, MARYLAND (3) 

(Also note that Williams recruited Jimmy 
Jackson to Ohio State- Jackson was the No. 4 
selection in the 1992 NBA Draft Lottery) 
John Chaney, Temple (3) 
Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech (3) 
Jerry Tarkanian, Nevada Las Vegas (3) 

NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAMS WITH 
THE MOST NBA DRAFT LOTTERY PICKS 

1. North Carolina (6)-1986, 1987, 1989, 1994, 

1995, 1995 
T2. Duke (5)-1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 

Michigan (5)-1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994 
T4. Georgetown (4)-1985, 1987, 1991, 1992 

Nevada Las Vegas (4J-1987, 1991, 1991, 1993 
T6. MARYLAND (3)-1986, 1992, 1995 

Arkansas (3)-1985, 1992, 1995 

California (3)-1987, 1994, 1994 

Georgia Tech (3)-1989, 1990, 1991 

Temple (3)-1988, 1991, 1994 

NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAMS WITH 
THE MOST TOP 3 PICKS IN THE NBA 
DRAFT LOTTERY 

1. Duke (3)-1989, 1992, 1994 
T2. MARYLAND (2J-1986, 1995 

Georgetown (2)-l 985, 1992 

Louisiana State (2J-1990, 1992 

Nevada Las Vegas (2)-1987, 1991 

North Carolina (2)-1986, 1995 

Syracuse (2J-1990, 1991 

NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAMS WITH 
THE MOST TOP 7 PICKS IN THE NBA 
DRAFT LOTTERY 

1. North Carolina (5)-1986, 1987, 1989. 1995, 1995 

T2. Duke (4)-1989, 1992, 1994, 1993 

Georgetown (4)-1985, 1992, 1987, 1991 
Michigan (4)-1993, 1986, 1989, 1994 

T5. Maryland (3)-1986, 1992, 1995 
California (3)-1994, 1987, 1994 
Nevada Las Vegas (3)-1987, 1991, 1993 



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unng his six years as an assistant 
coach under Gary Williams at 
Maryland, Billy Hahn has played a 
big part of the success of the 
Terrapin basketball program. His 
basketball expertise became evident 
last season as he guided Maryland to 
the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament and to a victory at Duke's Cameron 
Indoor Stadium while the Terps' interim head coach 
for four games. His reputation as one of the finest 
recruiters in college basketball is far reaching as the 
Terps' recruiting classes have been regarded to be 
among the finest in the country since his arrival at 
Maryland. His ability to scout opponents has helped 
Maryland advance to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament in each of the last two years and finish 
as the regular season co-champions of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference in 1995. 

Hahn drew nationwide praise as he guided the 
Terps to a 2-2 record as Maryland's interim head 
coach while Gary Williams recovered from pneumo- 
nia during the later stages of the 1995 season. He 
coached the Terps to a 94-92 victory over Duke, a 71- 
64 victory over Florida State in the first round of the 
ACC Tournament, into overtime versus No. 2 ranked 
North Carolina in the ACC tournament semifinals 
and versus Virginia. Maryland's victory over Duke 
clinched a tie for the ACC regular season champi- 
onship. 

Each of those four games put Hahn into a spotlight 
which he had never experienced before. The victo- 
ries over Duke and Florida State and the overtime 
loss to North Carolina were nationally televised by 
ESPN and the game versus Virginia was shown 
regionally on ABC. 

His hard work and dedication as a recruiter has 
also propelled him into the spotlight. Hahn was 
recently named one of the top 10 recruiters in the 
Eastern United States by Eastern Basketball 
Magazine. Said EB: "The former head coach at Ohio 
University helped corral the present senior class 
which has been the backbone of Maryland's reversal 
of fortunes in the past two seasons." 

His recruiting prowess is reflected by the Terps' 
current roster. Harm's national and local recruiting 
knowledge helped in the superior evaluation of cur- 
rent seniors Exree Hipp, Mario Lucas, Johnny Rhodes 
and Duane Simpkins - four players who have helped 
Maryland return to the Top- 10 and the national spot- 
light. Most recently, he won intense recruiting battles 
which convinced current Terp freshmen Laron Profit 
and Terrell Stokes to attend Maryland. Profit was 
labeled as "one of the top high school players in the 
country" while Stokes earned the title as the "No. 1 
pure point guard in the nation" by many recruiting 
experts. 

Hahn became a member of the Maryland coaching 
staff in July of 1989, immediately after Gary Williams 
became the Terps' head coach. 



vears as an assistant ■ Co 







Coaching Experience 

1989-90-piesent: 

University of Maryland, 
Assistant Coach 

1986-89: 

Ohio University, 
Head Coach 

1980-86: 

Ohio University, 
Assistant Coach 

1977-80: 

Rhode Island University, 
Assistant Coach 

1976-77: 

Davidson College, Assistant 
Coach 

1975-76: 

Morris Harvey College, 
Assistant Coach 

Year-By-Year Head 
Coaching Record 

1988-89: 

Ohio University 
12-17/7-9 (T7th) 

1987-88: 

Ohio University 
16-14/9-7 (3rd) 

1986-87: 

Ohio University 
14-14/6-10 (T7th) 




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Prior to joining the Terps' 
staff, Hahn was the head 
coach at Ohio University for 
three years. He compiled a 
42-45 record with only one 
losing season. He led Ohio 
to the Mid- American 
Conference Tournament 
Championship game in 

1988. He recruited and 
coached Paul Graham, the 
MAC Player of the Year in 

1989. During his head 
coaching tenure, 100 per- 
cent of his senior players 
earned their degrees. 

Prior to his appointment 
as head coach, Hahn was 
an assistant coach at Ohio 
for six seasons under 
Danny Nee. He served as 
the Bobcats' primary 
recruiter during that span 
and landed the school's all- 
time leading rebounder and 
the all-time leading assist 
holder. Hahn recruited and 
coached two future NBA 
draft choices and the 1985 
MAC Player of the Year. 
While Hahn was an assis- 
tant, Ohio posted a school 
record four 20 win seasons, 
won two conference tour- 
nament championships, 
earned two trips to the 
NCAA Tournament and 
played in one NIT. 

Hahn began his college 
coaching career immediate- 
ly following his playing 
days 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. At each of 
his first three coaching 
stops, he successfully 
recruited and coached 
future NBA draft choices. 
While at Rhode Island, he 
recruited future New York 
Knicks star Sly Williams 
and four other NBA selec- 
tions. 

Hahn is a 1975 alumnus 
of the University of Mary- 
land. While an undergradu- 
ate here, he was a three- 
year varsity letter winner 
on three of the best basket- 
ball teams Maryland has 
ever fielded. He was a 
freshman in 1971-72 when 
the Terps won the National 
Invitation Tournament, he 
was a key reserve on the 
team that lost what is con- 
sidered to be the greatest 
game in ACC history - 
Maryland's 103-100 over- 
time loss to N.C. State in 
1974 - and was captain of 
the team his senior year 
when the Terps won the 
ACC regular season cham- 
pionship and advanced to 
the Midwest Regional 
Finals of the NCAA 
Tournament. 

Hahn is the only player 
in Maryland basketball his- 
tory to appear in the NCAA 
Tournament as both a play- 
er and a coach. As a player, 
he appeared in two NCAA 
Tournament regional finals 
and now as a coach, he has 
appeared in two regional 
semifinals. 

He earned the Alvin 



Aubinoe Award for 
"Greatest Career Contri- 
bution" following his senior 
season. Maryland fashioned 
a 70-19 overall record dur- 
ing his playing career. The 
Terps finished with a 24-5 
record as it won the ACC 
regular season champi- 
onship his senior season. 

Hahn has become a very 
accomplished seminar and 
banquet speaker. He has 
delivered numerous motiva- 
tional speeches to area 
businesses and at many 
graduations. 

Hahn and his wife Kathi 
were married on June 25, 
1976; they have two chil- 
dren, a son Matthew (17) 
and daughter Ashley (12). 

Hahn received his bache- 
lor's degree from Maryland 
in distributive education in 
1975. 

In this era of reduced 
contact between college 
coach and prospective play- 
er, the role of an assistant 
coach in the recruiting 
process has never been 
more significant. Generally, 
it is the assistant coach 
who makes the initial con- 
tart and works on develop- 
ing a rapport with the 
youngster. 

With this in mind, 
Eastern Basketball takes a 
look at ten of the top 
recruiters among assistant 
coaches at major programs 
in the East. This is clearly a 
subjective poll-no exact 
science exists to evaluate 
these men-and certainly 




ON TOP OF THEIR GAMES 



When it comes to recruiting, no one in the East does it better 
than these assistant coaches 

The Top 10 

BILLY HAHN 

Tom Abatemarco 

Scott Beeten 

Howie Dickerrman 

Bernie Fine 

James Flint 

Phil Ford 

Bobby Gonzalez 

Phil Hewitt/John Leonard 

Bobby Jones 



MARYLAND 

Rutgers 

George Washington 

Connecticut 

Syracuse 

Massachusetts 

North Carolina 

Providence 

Villanova 

Pittsburgh 



there are more than ten 
aides doing exceptional 
work in the area of player 
procurement. However, 
these are the names we 
hear mentioned most often 
when it comes to the stand- 
outs. 

Hahn found himself in 
the glare of the spotlight in 
the latter stages of the 
1994-95 season when he 
assumed command of the 
Terrapins' East Regional 
bench when Gary Williams 



was ill. He managed to 
keep the ship afloat until 
the boss returned, although 
bench coaching is not 
Halm's strength. On the 
recruiting trail, Hahn is a 
standout. The former head 
coach at Ohio University 
helped corral the present 
senior class which has 
been the backbone of 
Maryland's reversal of for- 
tunes in the past two sea- 
sons. 



THE HAHN FILE 



Assistant Coaching Positions 

Years School 

1994-95 University of Maryland 

1993-94 University of Maryland 

1992-93 University of Maryland 

1991-92 University of Maryland 

1990-91 University of Maryland 

1989-90 University of Maryland 



1985-86 
1984-85 

1983-84 
1982-83 

1981-82 
1980-81 



Accomplishments 

NCAA West Regional Semifinals 
NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals 



NIT, 2nd Round 



Ohio University 
Ohio University 

Ohio University 
Ohio University 

Ohio University 
Ohio University 



NIT, 1st Round 

NCAA Tournament Southeast Regional 1st Round 

Mid American Conference Championships 

NCAA Tournament Mideast Regional 2nd Round 
Mid American Conference Championships 



1 979-80 University of Rhode Island 
1978-79 University of Rhode Island 

1977-78 University of Rhode Island 



Marquette City Classic Champions, 1980 

NIT 1st Round 

Motor City Classic Champions 

NCAA Tournament East Regional 1st Round 

ECAC New England Champions 



1976-77 Davidson College 



1975-76 Morris Harvey College 



International Experience 

Six game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 1994 

Six game, nine-day tour of Germany with ACC Ail-Star team in July of 1990 

Six game, 12-day tour of Germany, France and Belgium with Ohio University basketball 



team in August of 1986 

World Cup Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Rhode 
Island basketball team in July of 1979 

Played in World Cup Games as member of Maryland bas- 
ketball team in 1972 (Tournament Champions) 

Playing Experience 

1972-1975, University of Maryland basketball letter winner 

1968-1972, Penn High School, lettered four years in basket- 
ball, baseball and cross country 

Playing Honors 

Maryland Team Captain, 1975 

Alvin Aubino Greatest Career Achievement Award, 
University of Maryland, 1975 

Member 1972, 1973, 1975 Maryland Invitational 
Tournament Championship Teams 

Member 1973 Cable Car Classic Championship Team 
Member 1975 Atlantic Coast Conference Regular 

Season Championship Team 

Member 1975 NCAA Tournament Team, University of 
Maryland 

Education 

University of Maryland, 1975, B.S. m distributive education 
Perm High School, 1971 

Date of Birth 

June 22, 1953 

Family 

Wife Kathi (married, June 25, 
daughter Ashley (12). 



1976); son Matthew (17) and 



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rt Perry, one of the foremost 
recruiters in the nation, is in his sixth 
season at Maryland. He recently 
received mention by Sports 
Illustrated as one of the country's top 
recruiters. Perry's extensive recruit- 
ing roots produced an early knowl- 
edge of Joe Smith, which allowed for an early evalu- 
ation of the superstar by head coach Gary Williams. 
Smith was named the 1995 Collegiate Player of the 
Year and was the No. 1 overall selection in the 1995 
NBA draft. In only six years at Maryland, Perry has 
established a dynamic recruiting reputation through- 
out the nation. Perry's basketball knowledge and 
charismatic approach to recruiting have allowed 
Maryland to attract great talent to the thriving 
Terrapin program. Perry has worked tirelessly since 
his arrival in 1990 to bring the top talent to Maryland. 
His efforts have been rewarded as the Terps have 
landed three of the top recruiting classes in the coun- 
try during his tenure. A number of his prized recruit- 
ing efforts have been starters as Maryland has 
advanced to the "Sweet 16" rounds of each of the 
last two NCAA Tournaments. 

Perry proved his extensive basketball knowledge 
last season as he helped coach the Terps through 
four games during which Williams was sidelined 
with pneumonia. Perry's scouting and coaching abil- 
ities helped Maryland defeat Duke to clinch a tie for 
the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season cham- 
pionship and into the semifinals of the ACC 
Tournament. 

Aside from his on and off -campus recruiting efforts, 
Perry serves as one of the Terps' chief opponent 
scouts. He is also actively involved m the preparation 
of daily practice plans and all aspects of on-court 
coaching. 

Perry established his reputation as one of the top 
recruiters at Rutgers University during the mid- 
1970s. While at Rutgers, he served under former 
Terp star Tom Young. During his first year at 
Rutgers, Perry recruited James Bailey and Eddie 
Jordan, two players who became All-Americans and 
who later excelled in the NBA. Both Bailey and 
Jordan helped Rutgers advance to the NCAA Final 
Four in 1976 with a spectacular 31-2 record. Jordan 
went on to win an NBA Championship with the Los 
Angeles Lakers in 1982 and both went on to play in 
the NBA for several years. 

More than 20 of the student-athletes Perry has 
recruited have been drafted into the pros, and many 
of them have enjoyed prosperous careers. In addition 
to attracting Bailey and Jordan to Rutgers, Perry con- 
tinued his successful recruiting abilities at the school 
by landing Roy Hinson and John Battle, two more 
players who earned All-American Honors during 
their collegiate careers. 

Perry followed Young to Old Dominion in 1985 and 
took with him his exceptional recruiting abilities. While 
at Old Dominion, Perry recruited Chris Gatling, a two- 
time Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year and NBA 
first round draft choice of the Golden State Warriors. 




Coaching Experience 

1990-piesent: University 
of Maryland, 
Assistant Coach 

1985-1990: 

Old Dominion University, 
Assistant Coach 

1978-85: 

Rutgers University, 
Assistant Coach 

1976-78: 

University of 
Connecticut, Assistant 
Coach 

1973-1976: 

Rutgers University, 
Assistant Coach 





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Perry-recruited players 
have played in an incredi- 
ble eight NCAA 
Tournaments and six 
National Invitation 
Tournaments. He has 
accompanied Maryland to 
the last two NCAA 
Tournaments and the NIT 
in 1991. 

Perry, a Washington, 
D.C. native, lettered in 
three sports (basketball, 
football and track) at 
Eastern High School. 
During his career, the 
Ramblers won city champi- 
onships in basketball and 
football. 

Following a four-year 
term in the Air Force as a 
crew chief for jet fighters 
and four-time selection to 
the All-Air Force basket- 
ball team, Perry returned 
to the Washington, D.C. 
area and enrolled at 
American University He 
was a two-year varsity let- 
ter winner who averaged 
8.5 points and 8.8 
rebounds during his short 
career. His career was cut 
short by a knee injury just 
prior to the beginning of 
his senior season. While at 
American, he was a team- 
mate of future NBA star 



Kermit Washington. 

Perry quickly began his 
college coaching career as 
he joined Tom Young's 
staff at Rutgers as a stu- 
dent assistant for the 1973- 
74 season. He was a mem- 
ber of Young's staff that 
directed Rutgers to the 
NCAA Tournament and 
the NIT twice each. He 
was also a member of the 
1976 Rutgers staff that 
helped coach the Scarlet 
Knights to a 31-0 regular 
season record and into the 
NCAA "Final Four." 
Following a brief two-year 
stay at Connecticut, he 
returned to Rutgers where 
he helped coach two more 
NCAA Tournament teams 
and one that played in the 
NIT. 

In 1985, he moved with 
Young to Old Dominion 
University where he 
helped direct the 
Monarchs to the NCAA 
Tournament in only his 
first season. The team also 
played in the 1988 NIT. 

It was from Rutgers in 
1975 that he received his 
bachelor's degree in 
health, physical education 
and recreation. 





THE PERRY FILE 



Assistant Coaching Positions 

Years School 

1994-95 University of Maryland 

1993-94 University of Maryland 

1992-93 University of Maryland 

1991-92 University of Maryland 

1990-91 University of Maryland 



Accomplishments 

NCAA, West Regional Semifinals 
NCAA, Midwest Regional Semifinals 



1989-90 Old Dominion University 

1988-89 Old Dominion University 

1987-88 Old Dominion University 

1986-87 Old Dominion University 

1985-86 Old Dominion University 



NIT, 1st Round 

NCAA Tournament, 2nd Round 
Eastern Regional 



1984-85 Rutgers University 

1983-84 Rutgers University 

1982-83 Rutgers University 

1981-82 Rutgers University 

1980-81 Rutgers University 

1979-80 Rutgers University 

1978-79 Rutgers University 



NCAA Tournament, 2nd Round 
Eastern Regional 
NIT, 2nd Round 



NCAA Tournament, Eastern 
Regional Semifinals 



1977-78 University of Connecticut 
1976-77 University of Connecticut 



EC AC Postseason Tournament, 2nd Round 



1975-76 Rutgers University 

1974-75 Rutgers University 

1973-74 Rutgers University 

1972-73 Rutgers University 



NCAA Tournament, 
NCAA Tournament, 
Mideast Regional 
NIT, 1st Round 
NIT, 1st Round 



National Semifinals 
1st Round 



International Experience 

Six-game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 
1994 

Playing Experience 

1970-73, American University, basketball letter winner 
1966-70, U.S. Air Force Basketball Team 

1962-1966, Eastern High School, Washington, D.C, lettered four years in basket- 
ball, football and track & field 

Playing Honors 

All-Air Force Selection, four consecutive years, 1967-70. 

Education 

Rutgers University, 1975, B.S. in physical education and recreation 
Old Dominion University, M.A. in sports management (currently finishing degree 
requirements) 

Date of Birth 

November 8, 1946 



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J 



immy Patsos begins his fifth/fepfison as an 
assistant coach at the University of 
Maryland. He was selected from an out- 
standing national pool of candidates and 
joined Gary Williams' staff in 1991. Since 
his arrival, he has played a pivotal role in 
the emergence of the Maryland basketball 
team as a national power. Patsos' numerous respon- 
sibilities center around opponent scouting and the 
academic development of all of Maryland's players. 
He coordinates Maryland's film exchange program 
and spends countless hours breaking down game 
films of the Terps and their opponents. His role as an 
academic mentor has proven prosperous, as the 
team's overall academic performance has improved 
since Patsos accepted the challenging assignment. 
He works closely with the academic support unit of 
the athletic department and many of the professors 
on campus. 

Patsos also serves as the director of the highly 
respected and successful Gary Williams' summer 
basketball camp. In that role, Patsos coordinates 
counselor management, facility and participant 
scheduling, housing, meals and guest speakers. 

Patsos joined the staff as a volunteer assistant dur- 
ing the 1991-92 season. During his first season, he 
was exposed to the coaching and administration side 
of college basketball, which allowed him to gain a 
greater understanding of the game. His work ethic 
and relationship with the Terps' players allowed him 
to gain a full-time spot on the staff for the 1992-93 
season. 

Prior to his appointment to Gary Williams' staff at 
Maryland, Patsos was the assistant coach at 
Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C. 
He helped Carroll to a 21-8 record and a national 
ranking of No. 6 during his first season. The team lost 
to the famed DeMatha Catholic High School in the 
city playoffs to end their stellar season. Patsos was 
involved in the maturation of Charles Harrison (Wake 
Forest) and Lawrence Moten (Syracuse), both who 
became stars on the collegiate level. 

A native of Boston, Mass., Patsos played three 
years of varsity basketball at Catholic University in 
Washington, D.C. He served as team captain his 
senior season. He earned his bachelor's degree in 
History from Catholic in 1989. 




Assistant Coaching Positions 
Years School 

1994-95 University of Maryland 



1993-94 University of Maryland 



A ccomplishm eats 

NCAA West 

Regional 

Semifinals 

NCAA Midwest 

Regional 

Semifinals 



1992-93 University of Maryland 
1991-92 University of Maryland 




Assistant Coach 

Coaching Experience 

1991-present: 
University of Maryland, 
Assistant Coach 

1989-1991: 

Aichbishop Carroll (D.C.) 
High School, Assistant 
Coach 

International Experience 
Six-game, nine-day tour of 
France with Maryland bas- 
ketball team in August of 
1994 

One month tour of 
Australia with junior (15- 
17) team in August of 1991 

Playing Experience 

1985-89: 

Cathohc University, 3-year 

basketball letter winner 

Playing Honors: 
Cathohc Team Captain, 
1989 

Education: 

Cathohc University, 1989, 

B.S. in history 

Date of Birth: 
October 1, 1966 




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PETER SAUER 



CLEO LONG-THOMAS 




Peter Sauer 
Administrative Assistant 



Peter Sauer is in Ms 
seventh season as 
the administrative 
assistant to the 
men's basketball team. He 
was among the first staff 
hires when Gary Williams 
became the head coach in 
1989 and has been with the 
basketball team throughout 
his career at Maryland. 

Sauer works with the 
daily operations of the 
Maryland program includ- 
ing all aspects of the budget. During his tenure at Maryland, 
he has overseen the rapid and tremendous growth of rev- 
enue derived by the basketball program. He was responsi- 
ble for managing the record S5.4 milli on income during the 
1994-95 season. Cole Field House was sold out for every 
game during the 1994-95 season and a new attendance 
record was established. Under Sauer's watchful eye, the 
basketball team exceeded all financial goals. 

He handles the housing arrangements, dining service 
contracts and all business involving the student-athletes 
campus accounts. 

Sauer is responsible for the scheduling and contractual 
arrangements for all non-conference games. In addition, 
he works with ACC officials in coordinating the Terps' 
conference schedule. 

In addition, he coordinates all travel, and makes detailed 
arrangements and preparations for away, neutral and tour- 
nament games. Among his many responsibilities as the 
Terps' travel coordinator are air and ground travel, hotel 
arrangements and meal planning. He also provides assis- 
tance in the areas of academic support, player relations, 
summer camp and on-campus recruiting. 

Sauer's work with corporate sponsors and corporations 
has also generated interest to the Terp basketball pro- 
gram throughout the Washington D.C./Baltimore metro- 
politan area. 

During the 1988-89 athletic year, Sauer was the Assist- 
ant Athletic Director for Development and Commu- 
nications at the University of Maryland- Baltimore 
County immediately prior to coming to Maryland. In that 
capacity, he coordinated all marketing efforts for the bur- 
geoning UMBC program. 

He orchestrated the revamping of UMBC's corporate 
sponsorships which greatly enhanced the visibility of the 
university's athletic department. His efforts helped UMBC 
to enjoy its' best year ever financially. Of the many bene- 
fits enjoyed by the school were four Retriever basketball 
games on television in 1989-a first in the history of UMBC 
athletics. The school set single game and season atten- 
dance records during the 1988-89 season. 

Sauer served as a consultant for the Bermuda Basketball 
Association this past summer. He assisted the association in 
the improvement of all aspects of their program 

Sauer is a graduate of the University of Maryland and the 
University of Nebraska School of Law. He earned his bache- 
lor's degree in government and politics from Maryland in 
1981 and his Juris Doctor degree from Nebraska in 1987. 



Cleo Long-Thomas 
begins her sixth 
year as head secre- 
tary to the Maryland 
basketball coaches. Long- 
Thomas serves as the bas- 
ketball office manager and 
coordinates the day-to-day 
professional schedules of 
the coaching staff. She 
helps in the planning and 
scheduling of Coach 
Williams' numerous local 
and national speaking 
engagements and appear- 
ances, organizes all recruit- 
ing correspondence and coordinates the many requests of 
the players and coaches. 

Long-Thomas also helps in the coordination, planning, 
preparation, registration and day-to-day responsibilities of 
the annual Gary Williams' summer basketball camp. 

A native of Washington, D.C., Long-Thomas has worked 
at the University of Maryland for eight years. She was an 
employee of the federal government for 17 years prior to 
coming to the University. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, have three chil- 
dren: Tyrone, 27, Jabari, 21, and Raven, 12, her pnde and joy. 




Cleo Long-Thorns 
Coaches' Secretary 



Marchell Payne 
Office Assistant 




John Bowie 
Equipment Manager 




Managers: Erik Bello. Kevin Nawrocki, Andrew Hook, Faisel Khan, Gary Williams, Head 
Coach: Brian Duignan, Gregory Marcus, Michael Biftu, John Forrest. 



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J J. BUSH 



Basketball Trainer 

J.J. Bush returns for the 
1995-96 season as athletic- 
trainer for Gary Williams 
and the Terps 1 men's bas- 
ketball program. Bush is in 
his fourth season working 
with the men's basketball 
program. This is his third 
stint working with the pro- 
gram as he was the team's 
trainer from 1972-1976. 

As the trainer for the 
basketball team, Bush 
coordinates the daily med- 
ical treatments for all the 
players and supervises all 
rehabilitative efforts in the 
advent of injury. 

Bush came to the 
University 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 foot- 
ball team until 1992, when 
he returned to Cole Field 
House and the basketball 
team. Bush was the head 
trainer for the football 
team as it claimed 4 ACC 
Championships and played 
in 9 bowl games. 

In addition to his train- 
ing duties, Bush also 
teaches a kinesiology 
course on preventative 
training techniques for the 
University, and is a fre- 
quent 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 
worked extensively within 
the organization on 
improving athletic training 
methods. A native of Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla, Bush, 49, 




J.J. Bush 

Men's Basketball 
Trainer 



Dr. Stan Lavine 

Team Physician 



Dr. Sacared Bodison 

Coordinator of Sports 
Medicine 



Dr. Bruce Ammerman 

Neurosurgeon 








Dr. Irwan Ardman 
Cardiologist 



Dr. Stephen Fahey 

Emergency Physician 



Dr. Dave Linehan 

Orthopedic Surgeon 



Dr. Tony Nathan 

Oral Surgeon 




5 mm 




Dr. Stephen Sandler 

General Surgery 



Dr. Stephen Solomon 

Ophthalmologist 



Dr. Robert Land 

Optician 



Dr. Malinda Dice-Shah 

Dentist 



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. Sacared 
Bodison and Dr. Stephen Fahey are the two full-time Health Center physicians who 
specialize in sports medicine. 

Both Drs. Bodison and Fahey 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. Bodison, in her 16th year as the Health Center's assistant director for med- 
ical services, has been coordinator of sports medicine since 1982. She is a graduate 
of the University of Buffalo and received her medical degree fron SUNY Down State 
Medical School in 1975. 

Dr. Bodison and her husband have two children, Sasha, 15, and Brenton, 11. The 
family resides in Silver Spring. 

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



graduated from Florida 
State University in 1969. 
He and his wife Gina have 
two sons; Brandon (a 
freshman at UMCP) and 
Jordan, 12. 

DR. STAN 
LAVINE 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine, head 
orthopedic surgeon for 
Maryland's 24 intercolle- 
giate teams has roots that 
grow deep into Maryland's 
red clay. He first served 
the Terps as a football let- 
terman in 1948 and 1949 
and has since served the 
Terps from the medical 
profession. 

A native of Pittsburgh, 
Pa., where he attended 
Schenly High School, Dr. 
Levine matriculated at 
Maryland to prepare for his 
medical career. He played 
football initially for Clark 
Shaughnessy, one of foot- 
ball's great innovators. By 
the time of his 1950 gradu- 
ation, 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 hos- 
pitals 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 24 athletic 
teams. He was team physi- 
cian 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 1980. 



22 




FIELDHOUSE 



1955*1995 








A 



n All-America Candidate as one of the top returning forwards in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. .A two-time Honorable Mention All-ACC selection, earning the distinction as 
both a freshman and a sophomore... One of only three current juniors to have earned All-ACC 
mention in each of the past two years, joining Wake Forest's Tim Duncan and Duke's Jeff 
Capel...Only three other would be juniors who earned All-ACC accolades in each of their first 
two years, Maryland's Joe Smith and North Carolina's Jerry Stackhouse and Rasheed Wallace 
were all selected among the first four picks of the 1995 NBA Draft. ..Will step to the forefront 
and be a leader for the Terps both on and off the court. . .Consistently outperforms bigger players, utilizing his 
tremendous quickness... It's rare that Booth faces someone smaller than himself and rarer still that he ever 
backs down... During the first two years of his collegiate career, Booth rountinely tangled with the likes of 
Stackhouse, Georgia Tech's James Forrest, Wake Forest's Travis Banks, Florida State's 6-11 Corey Lewis and 
Duke's 6-10 Erik Meek. ..Has been invaluable to the Terps during the first two years of his career averaging 
10.8 points and 6.7 rebounds... His 6.7 rebounds is second in the last two year's on the squad to only Joe 
Smith, the 1995 consensus National Player of the Year. ..His 37 rebounds in last year's NCAA Tournament is 
the second best ever single NCAA Tournament effort behind only Joe Smith's 39 also in last years NCAA 
Tournament ... His 1 5 rebounds versus Gonzaga in the first round of last year's NCAA Tournament is the fourth 
best ever single game NCAA Tournament effort by a Maryland player... As A Sophomore: Earned Honorable 
Mention All-ACC honors for the second consecutive season... Improved his game tremendously and in all phas- 
es. ..Enjoyed one of the top all-around seasons by a Maryland sophomore in school history. ..His total points, 
rebound average, assists, steals, blocked shots, and free throws made were all among the top 15 efforts by 
any sophomore in school history... His 43 steals was the sixth best single season effort by any Terp sopho- 
more... Lifted his game as high as he had during his first two years with a rousing performance versus Duke on 
January 29 in Cole Field House... Booth scored a career high 22 points, including the then eighth-ranked Terps' 
final eight points of the game, to lead Maryland past Duke, 74-72. ..His 22 points included a dunk after a spin 
move on the right baseline (for the winning basket) to give Maryland a two point-lead with 1:03 remaining... 

24 



All-America Candidate 
Power Forward 
Ht. 6-6 WT. 221 

High School: 

Dunbar Catholic, 
Baltimore, MD 
(Pete Pompey) 

Birthdate: 
October 9, 1974 

Pre-Season 1st Team All- 
ACC Selection by The 
Sporting News 

Rated as the 9th best 
Power Forward in the 
Nation by The Sporting 
News 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

22 points 

vs. Duke, 1-28-95 

15 rebounds 

vs. Gonzaga, 3-16-95 

5 assists 

vs. Ariz St., 11-23-94, 
Towson, 12-12-94 
American, 12-30-94, 
N.C. St., 1-2294 

5 steals 

vs. Georgia Tech, 1-4-95, 
Wake Forest, 1-14-95 







In the closing, emotion 
packed minutes of the 
game, Booth scored or a 
lay-up with 4:20 remaining 
to put Maryland within one 
at 69-68; hit two free 
throws with 2:49 remaining 
to put Maryland ahead, 70- 
69; muscled his way inside 
for a lay-up to put Maryland 
up once again, 72-71; and 
scored the game winner 
with his memorable drive 
and one-handed dunk 
around Duke's Cherokee 
Parks to lift the Terps to the 
incredible win... The Terp's 
victory over the Blue Devils 
was its first in 15 games, a 
string reaching back to the 
1987-88 season... Following 
the game, Terps' head 
coach Gary Williams said: 
"Keith Booth was the man 
out there. We went to him 
and he delivered. He's 
going to be a great player. 
He's playing next to Joe 
and sometimes gets over- 
looked. But he's a great 
player and he proved it 
today. " . . .Played exceeding- 
ly well in the NCAA 
Tournament as the Terps 
advanced to the NCAA 
Tournament for the second 
consecutive season... Was 
extraordinary on the boards 
grabbing 15 rebounds ver- 
sus Gonzaga and 11 each 
versus Texas and 
Connecticut... His 15 
rebounds versus Gonzaga 
was his career high and 
tied him for the fifth best 
total by all players in the 
1995 NCAA Tournament... 
Scored his first career 
NCAA Tournament dou- 
ble/double with 12 points 
and 11 rebounds versus 
Texas in the Midwest 
Regional second round... 
Enjoyed a much improved 
16 game ACC season aver- 
aging 10.3 points and 6.1 
rebounds. ..Scored in double 
figures in nine ACC games 



and scored double/doubles 
versus N.C. State and 
Florida State in the ACC 
Tournament... Grabbed a 
game high 12 rebounds ver- 
sus Massachusetts at the 
Baltimore Arena as he 
enjoyed his second spectac- 
ular return to his home 
town... Helped ignite a late 
Maryland rally versus the 
Minutemen in the final 
seven minutes of the game 
that helped the Terps take 
their only lead of the sec- 
ond half at 71-70 with just 
over four minutes remain- 




ing in regulation... Scored 
two points, had one assist 
and four rebounds as a 12-2 
run helped Maryland erase 
a 68-59 deficit and give the 
Terps the lead... Enjoyed a 
brilliant defensive after- 
noon in the nationally tele- 
vised game holding UMass 
All-American and 1995 first 
round NBA draft choice Lou 
Roe to six points and four 
rebounds, more than 10 
points below his season 
long average. ..Scored a 
game high 18 points versus 
Towson State as Maryland 
won, 120-73, in Cole Field 
House... Tied for the team 
high in scoring with 18 
points versus La Salle as 
the Terps defeated the 



Explorers, 96-80. ..Tied his 
career high with five steals 
versus Georgia Tech as 
Maryland won its ACC 
opener for the second con- 
secutive season... An ACC 
career high of 12 rebounds 
came versus N.C. State as 
the Terps defeated the 
Wolfpack in Raleigh... A 
rebounding demon versus 
N.C. State as he grabbed 10 
rebounds versus the Pack 
in Cole Field House. ..Was 
the only player on last 
year's Maryland roster 
besides Joe Smith to grab 
in double figure rebounds 
during the season... A 
strong night shooting with 
15 points on seven-10 
shooting from the field in 
Maryland's 71-62 win over 
Virginia on ESPN. . A per- 
fect four-for-four from the 
field for 15 points versus 
Georgia Tech in 
Atlanta. ..Helped spark 
Maryland's comeback ver- 
sus Florida State in the 
opening round of the ACC 
Tournament with nine 
points and seven rebounds 
in the second half. . .Was a 
perfect six-six from the free 
throw line in the final 4:33 
to help the Terps protect a 
slim lead... Played the 
entire final 3:45 with four 
fouls and had to pick up a 
great deal of slack when 
Joe Smith fouled out of the 
game with 1:37 rem ainin g 
in the game... Had the ball 
in his hands and played 
strong under the boards in 
the final 1:07, going to the 
line four times and sinking 
all four to seal the Terps' 
win... A very important 
player for Maryland to have 
on the floor, the Terps were 
when 9-3 when he played 
30 minutes or more... .As a 
Freshman: Earned 
Honorable Mention All-ACC 
and Honorable Mention All- 
ACC Freshmen Team hon- 




PTS 


33 


FGM 


14 


FGA 


26 


FG% 


.900 


FTM 


11 


FTA 


14 


3FGM 


1 


3FGA 


1 


3FG% 


1.00 


FT% 


1.00 (6-6) 




(2-2) 


OR 


9 


DR 


12 


REBS 


20 


AST 


4 


BLK 


6 


STL 


5 


MIN 


38 



vs. Rider (11-30-93) 

at Georgia Tech (1-4-94) 

at Georgia Tech (1-4-94) 

vs. Hofstra (12-28-93) 

vs. Rider (11-30-94) 

vs. Rider (11-30-94) 

vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

vs. Massachusetts (3-19-94) 

vs. five teams (last time vs. 

Massachusetts, 3-19-94) 

vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

vs. Massachusetts (3-19-94) 

at N.C. State (2-23-94) 

vs. Duke (3-4-94) 

vs. Florida State (1-22-94) 

vs. Loyola (Md.) (2-19-94) 

vs. St. Louis (3-17-94) 

vs. Florida State (1-22-94) 

at Georgetown (11-26-93) 

vs. three teams (last time 

vs. Duke 3-2-94) 

vs. N.C. State (1-22-94) 

vs. four teams 

(last vs. St. Louis, 3-17-94) 



ors...One of a handful of 
freshmen in the nation to 
average in double figure 
scoring with a 10.8 points 
per game average... Was at 
his best in the NCAA 
Tournament as he averaged 
14.0 points and 6.3 
rebounds as Maryland 
advanced to the "Sweet 
16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the first 
time since 1985. ..Played 
well against Michigan as 
he shot seven of 1 1 from 
the field for 17 points... Was 
a major factor in Maryland's 



comeback attempt that cut 
a 21 -point deficit to only 
six.. .Had seven points and 
five rebounds versus the 
Wolverines in the second 
half... Limited versus 
Massachusetts m the 
NCAA Tournament second 
round as he picked up his 
fourth foul with 1:47 
remaining in the first 
half... Helped stake the 
Terps to a first half lead 
with nine points before get- 
ting into foul trouble... Re- 
entered the game m the 
second half (did not start 



Career 



ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


30-30 
34-34 


113-249.454 
126-277 .455 


11-27 .407 
3-23 .130 


87-149 .584 
114-164 .695 


324-10.8 
369-10.9 


71 
88 


112 
159 


183-6.1 
247-7.3 


108-6 
106-4 


65 
76 


108 
102 


17 
13 


45 
43 


865 
949 


Career 


64-64 


239-526 .454 


14-50 .280 


201-313 .642 


693-10.8 

ACC 


159 


271 


430-6.7 


214-10 


141 


210 


30 


88 


1,814 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


16-16 
16-16 


62-144 .431 
55-125 .440 


8-19 .421 
2-13 .154 


33-60 .550 
52-74 .703 


165-10.3 
164-10.3 


34 
34 


61 
63 


95-5.9 
97-6.1 


57-2 
52-2 


30 
35 


46 
45 


5 
6 


23 

25 


479 
466 


Career 


32-32 


117-269 .435 


10-32 .313 


85-134 .634 329-10.3 68 124 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


192-6.0 


109-4 


65 


91 


11 


48 


945 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


3-3 
3-3 


15-22 .682 
13-25 .520 


0-0 .000 
0-2 .000 


12-28 .429 
5-7 .714 


42-14.0 

31-10.3 


8 
16 


11 
21 


19-6.3 
37-12.3 


12-1 

9-0 


2 

5 


8 

10 


3 

1 


3 

4 


88 
83 



6-6 



28-47 .596 



0-2 .000 17-35 .486 73-12.2 



24 



32 



56-9.3 



21-1 



18 



171 



25 



the second half for the only 
time during his career) and 
scored five points in the 
final 3:56 to help the Terps 
to the incredible upset vic- 
tory propelling the Terps 
onto Dallas and into the 
"Sweet 16 "...Instrumental 
versus St. Louis in the 
NCAA first round with 11 
points and three 
rebounds... His top scoring 
game of the season came 
versus Towson State as he 
returned home to play in 
the Baltimore Arena on 
December 23. ..Scored a 
season high 18 points as he 
dazzled the hometown 
crowd... Led Maryland with 
15 points as the Terps won 
at Florida State... Booth shot 
an incredible 11-14 from the 
free throw line including 
four-six in the last 6:54 of 
the game... His performance 
in Maryland's season open- 
er versus Georgetown was 
a terrific indication that 
great things were ahead for 
the talented All- 
Star... Scored 12 points and 
grabbed five rebounds 
while playing a career high 
39 minutes versus the 
Hoyas...He hit two pres- 
sure packed free throws 
with 38 seconds remaining 
in overtime to draw the 
Terps within one and set 
the stage for Duane 
Simpkins's heroics and 
game winning basket... 
Booth had earlier put the 
Terps up by one, 74-73, 
with a free throw with 45 
seconds remaining in regu- 
lation... Played well in his 
first career ACC game with 
14 points and 11 rebounds 
to lead Maryland to its vic- 
tory over No. 12 Georgia 
Tech in Atlanta, Maryland's 
first win in Atlanta since 
1980... Played well with 



GAME BY GAME STATS 




1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 




















1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 




















GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Min 


GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk 


Stl 


Min 


Chaminade 


S 


8-11 


0-0 


0-1 


16 


1-4 


2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


33 


Georgetown 


s 


2-5 


0-0 


8-13 


12 


1-5 


4 


3 


5 





2 


39 


Utah 


S 


0-2 


0-0 


6-14 


6 


0-6 


4 


2 


3 


1 





35 


Cornell 


S 


1-2 


0-0 


0-4 


2 


2-4 


5 


6 


3 





2 


19 


Arizona State 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


2-8 


2 


5 


3 





3 


34 


Rider 


s 


5-15 


1-2 


4-4 


15 


3-7 


4 


6 


4 








19 


Loyola 


s 


4-10 


0-1 


8-10 


16 


5-7 


3 


2 


4 





2 


25 


UMBC 


s 


5-11 


0-0 


4-4 


14 


6-11 


1 


5 


5 


3 


4 


28 


Bucknell 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


4-9 


14 


3-10 


1 


5 


2 





1 


25 


Morgan State 


s 


2-8 


0-2 


7-10 


11 


4-9 


4 


1 


7 








30 


UMBC 


s 


5-10 


0-1 


6-7 


16 


2-5 


3 


1 


5 


1 


1 


28 


Oklahoma 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


2-2 


12 


4-7 


5 





5 


1 


2 


25 


Colgate 


s 


6-16 


0-0 


3-3 


15 


4-9 


2 


1 


4 








21 


Towson State 


s 


5-7 


1-1 


7-8 


18 


1-6 


1 


4 


5 





5 


29 


Massachusetts 


s 


0-6 


0-1 


6-8 


6 


6-12 


5 


3 


4 





1 


30 


Hofstra 


s 


5-8 


0-0 


4-6 


14 


3-4 


3 


2 


2 





3 


26 


Towson State 


s 


6-9 


0-1 


6-7 


18 


0-9 





5 


1 





1 


24 


Massachusetts 


s 


0-5 


0-0 


2-3 


2 


1-6 


5 


3 


4 


2 





20 


Morgan State 


s 


3-4 


0-0 


5-8 


11 


2-9 


3 


1 


2 


2 


2 


19 


Ga. Tech 


s 


6-9 


0-0 


2-5 


14 


3-11 


4 


4 


4 





3 


29 


La Salle 


s 


7-8 


0-0 


4-5 


18 


1-3 


3 


2 


5 








24 


N. Carolina 


s 


4-13 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


3-4 


4 





2 





1 


32 


American 


s 


4-7 


0-0 


0-1 


8 


1-6 


5 


5 


2 





1 


26 


Florida State 


s 


4-10 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


4-6 


5 


1 


4 





1 


33 


Georgia Tech 


s 


5-9 


0-2 


4-4 


14 


2-3 


1 


4 


4 


1 


5 


32 


Wake Forest 


s 


2-6 


1-2 


1-2 


6 


2-6 


2 











2 


32 


North Carolina 


s 


7-10 


0-0 


1-3 


15 


3-4 


5 





5 





2 


29 


N.C. State 


s 


4-9 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


2-8 


4 


3 


3 


2 





21 


Florida State 


s 


1-8 


0-1 


3-6 


5 


2-5 


4 


1 


2 





2 


32 


Clemson 


s 


6-10 


1-1 


2-4 


15 


2-7 


3 


2 


2 





4 


31 


Wake Forest 


s 


2-5 


0-0 


0-1 


4 


1-5 


2 


5 


3 


1 


1 


32 


Duke 


s 


4-10 


1-2 


0-0 


9 


1-3 


5 





2 





1 


25 


N.C. State 


s 


3-7 


0-0 


0-1 


6 


4-12 


3 


5 


1 








29 


Virginia 


s 


3-10 


1-3 


2-4 


9 


4-10 


4 


2 


5 


1 





24 


Clemson 


s 


2-4 


1-1 


4-6 


9 


2-6 


3 


2 


4 





2 


30 


Ga. Tech 


s 


6-9 


2-3 


3-6 


17 


1-1 


4 


3 


1 


1 





33 


Duke 


s 


7-16 


1-1 


7-9 


22 


2-9 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


33 


N. Crolina 


s 


4-7 


1-1 


2-5 


11 


1-5 


3 


2 


3 








28 


Virginia 


s 


7-10 


0-1 


1-1 


15 


2-5 


4 


2 


1 


1 





31 


Florida State 


s 


2-8 


0-0 


11-14 


15 


3-11 


4 


3 


6 





2 


37 


Georgia Tech 


s 


4-4 


0-0 


7-8 


16 


1-7 


4 


4 


4 








33 


Wake Forest 


s 


4-9 


0-1 


0-2 


8 


1-4 


3 


2 


2 





2 


29 


North Carolina 


s 


5-14 


0-2 


3-4 


13 


1-5 


4 


2 


4 





2 


25 


Loyola 


s 


4-4 


1-1 


0-1 


9 


1-3 


4 


1 


6 





1 


16 


Florida State 


s 


3-7 


0-1 


5-6 


11 


2-4 


1 


2 


2 


1 


4 


31 


N.C. State 


s 


2-7 


0-1 


1-4 


5 


2-7 


3 


4 


4 





2 


31 


Wake Forest 


s 


2-10 


0-3 


3-4 


7 


1-6 


4 





5 





2 


28 


Clemson 


s 


2-7 


0-1 


2-4 


6 


3-6 


4 


3 


5 





1 


37 


Cincinnati 


s 


0-5 


0-0 


0-0 





2-7 


4 


1 


4 








22 


Duke 


s 


4-7 


1-1 


0-1 


9 


1-3 


3 





1 





1 


26 


N.C. State 


s 


3-8 


0-0 


5-5 


11 


6-10 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


29 


Virginia 


s 


5-13 


0-1 


5-5 


15 


1-3 


2 


1 


2 


1 


3 


31 


Clemson 


s 


3-6 


0-1 


5-8 


11 


4-9 


4 


3 


1 





2 


26 


Virginia ACC 


s 


2-9 


0-2 


4-6 


8 


3-7 


3 


2 


8 


3 





35 


Duke 


s 


1-6 


0-0 


1-4 


3 


1-4 


5 


2 


2 








26 


St. Louis (NCAA) S 


4-7 


0-0 


3-7 


11 


1-3 


3 


1 


2 





1 


34 


Virginia 


s 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


0-3 


3 





3 





1 


20 


Massach (NCAA) S 


4-4 


0-0 


6-10 


14 


4-7 


4 


1 


4 


2 





25 


Florida St. (ACC) S 


2-9 


0-1 


9-10 


13 


6-10 


4 





4 


1 





26 


Michigan (NCAA) S 


7-11 


.0-0 


3-11 


17 


3-9 


5 





2 


1 


2 


29 


N. Carolina (ACC) S 


3-12 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


4-8 


4 


1 


1 








28 




























Gonzaga (NCAA) S 


4-10 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


9-15 


3 


2 


1 





1 


26 




























Texas (NCAA) 


s 


5-6 


0-0 


2-2 


12 


4-11 


4 





3 





2 


28 




























UConn (NCAA) 


s 


4-9 


0-2 


2-3 


10 


3-11 


2 


3 


6 


1 


1 


30 





























foul trouble versus the 
Yellow Jackets, as he 
picked up his fourth foul 
with 10:32 remaining in the 
second half... Booth played 
nearly eight minutes the 
rest of the way and scored 
six points as the Terps 
gained the all-important 
first ACC road victory of 
the season... Banged 
against North Carolina's 
Ail-American and NBA first 
round draft choice Eric 
Montross and Kevin 
Salvadori twice and more 
than held his ground... 
Scored in double figures in 
15 of Maryland's 30 games 
and recorded three dou- 
ble/doubles... Showing his 
importance, the Terps were 
9-5 when Booth stayed out 
of foul trouble and played 
30 or more minutes during 
a game, and when he 
played less than 25 minutes 
a game the Terps were 3- 
4... At Dunbar: Was consid- 
ered to be among the 
nation's top-25 recruits 
when he signed with the 
Terps during the spring 
signing period in 
1993. ..Was a McDonald's 
High School All- American 
and played in the National 
All- American game in 
Memphis, Term... Was a 
member of the Capital AU- 
Star team in the Capital AU- 




Star game played in his 
future home of Cole Field 
House his senior 
season... Earned second 
team All-America honors 
from Parade Magazine... 
Chosen Mr. Basketball in 
the city of Baltimore as a 
senior... Selected the Player 
of the Year in the State of 
Maryland and the Baltimore 
Sun area Player of the Year 
following his senior sea- 
son... Averaged 21 points, 
10 rebounds and four 
assists as a senior in lead- 
ing Dunbar to the Maryland 
"A" Conference State 
Championship. ..Earned All- 
Metropolitan honors by the 
Baltimore Sun following 
both his junior and senior 
years... As a junior, he aver- 
aged 19.5 points, 11.8 
rebounds and four assists 
in leading Dunbar to a 29-0 
record, the No. 1 national 
ranking in USA Today 
Newspaper and the mythi- 
cal national champi- 
onship... His high school 
coach was Pete Pompey... 
Personal: Born October 9, 
1974... His full name is 
Keith Eugene Booth... His 
nickname is Turk... He is 
the first cousin of 
University of 
Massachusetts senior 
Donta Bright. 



26 




A solid forward who worked himself into the regular rotation as a freshman and played in 30 of 
Maryland's 34 games exhibiting his ability to compete in the rigors of the ACC...His slender 
build disguises his exceptional rebounding capabilities... Finished as the only Terp with more 
rebounds (46) than total points (43) and fouls (34) in 1995... Enjoyed an extraordinary game 
versus Gonzaga in the Terps' first round NCAA Tournament victory... Scored nine points and 
grabbed two rebounds in only seven minutes of play while spelling Ail-American center Joe 
Smith who was in early foul trouble... Was a teammate of current Terp starter and Ail- 
American candidate Keith Booth at Dunbar during his junior season... As a Freshman: Saved his best for the 
most important part of the season as he scored nine points and grabbed two rebounds in helping lift Maryland 
past Gonzaga, 87-63, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. . .Stepped up his game in the second half ver- 
sus the Bulldogs with nine points on a perfect three of three shooting from the field and a season's best three 
of four shooting from the free throw line. ..During a span of 3:19 in the later stages of the second half, Elliott 
scored seven points during a 21-8 run that helped extend the Terps' lead from eight points to 21... During the 
spree, Elliott scored on two lay-ups, was three of four from the line and grabbed two rebounds... Averaged 4.5 
points in two NCAA Tournament games. . .Also played well on the road as Maryland won at N.C. State for the 
first time since the 1992-93 season... Sparked the Terps to a 12-9 second half run to increase an 11 -point Terp 
lead and help give Head Coach Gary Williams his 300th career victory... Said Williams following the victory: 
"I thought the key section of the game was (Mario Lucas) and Rodney Elliott playing well together inside 
when Smith and Booth were sitting on the bench. We didn't allow N.C. State to make a run, which most peo- 
ple, including myself, thought they might have. "...Another strong performance came versus No. 1 North 
Carolina in Chapel Hill... Played well once again as Smith was strapped with foul trouble... He scored two 
points, grabbed two rebounds, dished out one assist and had one steal as the Terps nearly recovered from an 
early second half deficit to claim victory... Scored his first career basket on his first career attempt m 
Maryland's first game of the season, a 95-65 victory over Chaminade in the opening round of the Maui 
Invitational... His first career appearance came versus Chaminade as he was substituted in for fellow 



Frowaid 

Ht 6-8 Wt 200 

High School: 

Dunbar Catholic, 
Baltimore, MD 
(Pete Pompey) 

Birthdate: 

March 6, 1974 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

9 points 

vs. Gonzaga, 3-16-95 

8 rebounds 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 

2 assists 

vs. Towson State, 
12-12-94 

3 steals 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 




27 



Baltimorian and Dunbar 
teammate Keith Booth in 
the first half of the nation- 
ally televised game. ..Seven 
points and five rebounds 
came as Maryland defeat- 
ed Towson State at 
home... His career high of 
eight rebounds came ver- 
sus Morgan State in Cole 
Field House... Also gained 
his career high of three 
steals and 18 minutes 
played versus Morgan... 
Back-to-back-to-back 
strong games versus 
Towson State, Morgan 
State and La Salle netted 
him seven, six and six 
points collectively... Scored 
his ACC season high of 
three points versus Wake 
Forest and N.C. State... 
Maryland was a perfect 10- 
in games that Elliott 



scored at least one 
point... His career high of 
two assists came three 
times while his single 
game best of one block 
came five different times, 
including one versus Wake 
Forest 

and another versus 
Cincinnati in a game tele- 
vised nationally by ABC... 
Nailed his first career 
three-pointer versus N.C. 
State at Cole Field 
House... At Dunbar: A First 
Team All-Metropolitan 
Selection by the Baltimore 
Sun following a sensational 
senior season that saw htm 
vault himself into the national 
recruiting spotlight... 
Also an All-Baltimore 
City/County selection by 
the Baltimore Sun. . .It was 
during his senior season 



that Elliott forced the 
scouts to notice him and 
many Division I scholar- 
ship offers began to roll 
in.. .Averaged 12 points, 13 
rebounds and 5.6 assists 
as a senior... Led nationally 
ranked Dunbar in rebound- 
ing and shot 64 percent 
from the field. . .Showed his 
shooting versatility as he 
hit 24 three-point shots 
during his senior sea- 
son... Guided the Poets to 
the 1994 Class "A" State 
Championship with two 
victories, the state semifi- 
nals and finals, coming in 
his future home of Cole 
Field House... Scored 18 
points and grabbed 15 
rebounds in the semifinal 
win and scored a season 
high 29 points and 
grabbed 15 more rebounds 










mm 


ifcfei^^B 


PTS 


9 


vs. Gonzaga (3-23-95) 


FGM 


3 


vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
vs. Gonzaga (3-23-95) 


FGA 


6 


vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 


FG% 


1.00 (3-3) 


vs. Gonzaga (3-16-95) 


3FGM 


1 


vs. N.C. State (1-22-95) 


3FGA 


1 


vs. five teams 

(last vs. N.C. State, 1-22-95) 


3FG% 


1.00(1-1) 


vs. N.C. State (1-22-95) 


FTM 


3 


vs. Gonzaga (3-16-95) 


FTA 


12 


vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 


FT% 


.833(10-12) 


vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 


OR 


2 


vs. Colgate (12-10-94) 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 


DR 


2 


vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. North Carolina (1-7-95) 


REBS 


3 


vs. Colgate (10-8-94) 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 


AST 


6 


vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 


BLK 


1 


vs. Florida State (2-11-95) 


STL 


2 


vs. BuckneU (12-3-94) 
vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 


MIN 


19 


vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 




ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


30-0 


14-28 .500 


1-5 .200 


14-27 .519 


43-1.4 18 28 


46-1.5 


34-0 


13 


13 


5 


7 


166 


CAREER 


30-0 


14-28 .500 


1-5 .200 


14-27 .519 


43-1.4 18 28 

ACC 


46-1.5 


34-0 


13 


13 


5 


7 


166 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


14-0 


3-7 .429 


1-2 .500 


3-6 .500 


10-0.7 4 13 


17-1.2 


10-0 


4 


1 


1 


2 


57 


CAREER 


14-0 


3-7 .429 


1-2 .500 


3-6 .500 10-0.7 4 13 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


17-1.2 


10-0 


4 


1 


1 


2 


57 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


2-0 


3-4 .750 


0-0 .000 


3-4 .750 


9-4.5 2 


2-1.0 


0-0 





1 








9 



CAREER 



2-0 



3-4 .750 



0-0 .000 



3-4 .750 



9-4.5 



2-1.0 



0-0 



28 



in the championship 
clinching game... Dunbar 
finished with a 23-3 record 
during his senior sea- 
son... Played in the Capital 
Classic All-Star Game fol- 
lowing his senior season at 
Cole and scored seven 
points and had eight 
rebounds for the Capital 
Ail-Star team... The great 
Dunbar athlete was the 
starting quarterback for 
the football team his final 
three seasons... He threw 
for over 1,000 yards and 15 
touchdowns as a senior in 
leading the Poets to the 
State Championship semi- 
final game. . Personal: 
Born March 4, 1976... His 
full name is Rodney Elliott. 




GAME BY GAME STATS 




1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 




















GAME s 


FGFGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Mill 


Chaminade 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


3 


1 











3 


Utah 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Arizona State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Loyola 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 





0-2 


2 


1 











7 


Bucknell 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


2 


1-1 


3 





1 








8 


UMBC 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


2-2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Colgate 


3-6 


0-1 


1-1 





1-4 


3 


1 


3 


1 


1 


17 


Towson State 


2-3 


0-1 


2-5 


7 


2-6 


3 


2 





1 





12 


Morgan State 


2-4 


0-1 


2-4 


6 


4-8 


2 


1 


3 





3 


18 


La Salle 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


6 


0-2 


3 





1 








5 


American 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 

















6 


North Carolina 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2 


1 








1 


6 


Florida State 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


2 


1-2 


1 














7 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


0-1 

















2 


N.C. State 


0-1 


0-1 


2-2 





1-2 


1 


1 











8 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


0-1 








1 








3 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














5 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 














1 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


2 











3 


Wake Forest 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 


1 








1 


1 


8 


Cincinnati 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





1-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 





6 


N.C. State 


1-1 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


1-2 

















5 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 


1 














4 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


1 














2 


Florida St. (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














2 


N. Carolina (ACC) 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















4 


Gonzaga (NCAA) 


3-3 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


2-2 

















7 


UConn (NCAA) 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








1 








2 




29 




An All-ACC Candidate as one of the most athletically gifted players in all of college basket- 
ball... A two-time Honorable Mention All- Atlantic Coast Conference Selection during each of 
the past two years... Is one of only two players in the ACC to have earned All-ACC accolades 
in each of the past two years and to begin the 1996 season with at least 1,000 career 
points. . .Maryland's own version of Cal Ripken, he has started 92 of a possible 92 career games 
since his arrival at Maryland as a freshman... The 92 consecutive starts is the on going 
Maryland record for consecutive starts from the beginning of a season... The all-time Terp 
record for consecutive starts in a career is 109 by Maryland great Ernest Graham (1977-81). ..Joins current 
Terp seniors Johnny Rhodes and Duane Simpkins as one of only five current seniors in the ACC who have 
received All-ACC mention in both their sophomore and junior years... Begins the season as one of only two 
players in the ACC who have scored 1,000 or more career points... Enjoyed his most consistent season as a 
Terp in 1995... Was invited as a try-out candidate for the U.S. World University Games during the summer of 
1995...A second team All-ACC Tournament selection in 1995 after averaging 15.5 points and four rebounds in 
two games... Scored 23 points versus North Carolina in the tournament semifinals... Named as a co-winner of 
the Bud Millikan Defensive Player of the Year Award at the annual team banquet in 1995... As a Junior: An 
Honorable Mention All-ACC Selection for the second consecutive season... Earned Second team All- Atlantic 
Coast Conference Tournament Honors as he averaged 16.5 points and four rebounds as the Terps defeated 
Florida State and took No. 2 ranked North Carolina into overtime in the semifinals... Scored a career high 461 
points and averaged a career high 13.6 points per game. ..Became the 31st player in school history to reach 
the 1,000 career point plateau with a free throw in the first half at Georgia Tech on February 4. ..His 1,174 
points currently ranks him 20th on the all-time Terp scoring list. . .Hipp's improved overall intensity showed in 
his game... Always guards the opponent's best guard, where Hipp's forward-like height and guard like quick- 
ness make him extraordinarily tough to beat... In the NCAA Tournament, Hipp limited Terrence Rencher, the 
Southwest Conference's leading scorer to 15 points... Averaged 13.7 points and five rebounds in the 1995 
NCAA Tournament... Was named the Terp's Most Valuable Player and earned CBS/Chevrolet Most Valuable 



All-ACC Candidate 
Quickside Forward 
Ht 6-8 Wt 205 

High School: 

Harkei Prep, 
Potomac, MD 
(Stu Vetter) 

Birthdate: 

November 22, 1973 

Pre -Season 2nd Team 
All-ACC Selection by 
The Sporting News 

Rated as the No. 4 small 
forward in the Nation 
by The Sporting News 



1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

25 points 

vs. Arizona State, 11-23-9 

9 rebounds 

vs. #5 UMass, 12-10-95 

9 assists 

vs. Utah, 11-22-94 

3 steals 

vs. Duke, 1-30-95 




30 



Player honors in leading the 
Terps past Gonzaga in the' 
first round of the NCAA 
Tournament... Picked up 
the Terps with a 15 point, 
five rebound, three assist 
effort as Sophomore 
Sensation Joe Smith was 
shackled with four fouls 
early in the second half... 
Was in top form in leading 
Maryland to the exciting, 
historic victory over Duke 
in Cole Field House... 
Scored an ACC regular sea- 
son high of 21 points on 
eight of 16 shooting from 
the field including a spec- 
tacular career high of five 
of six from the three point 
arc... Just as spectacular as 
his shooting from the field 
were his seven rebounds, 
four assists, three steals 
and one blocked shot... 
Scored 11 pomts in an awe 
inspiring 20-2 Terp run dur- 
ing a five minute stretch in 
the first half as the Terps 
recovered from a 28-19 
deficit to take a 39-30 lead 
approaching half-time... In 
the 2:30 stretch from the 
7:19 mark to the 4:42 mark, 
Hipp scored 11 points and 
grabbed one steal... Helped 
keep the Terps up in the 
second half with another 
important three pointer 
after the Blue Devils had 
closed the gap to two with 
8:26 remaining and added 
a tip-in as the Devils once 
again closed the Terps' 
lead to two with 5:53 
remaining... Also played 
well as the Terps enjoyed 
one of the finest ever 
nights in the history of 
Maryland basketball in 
defeating No. 1 North 
Carolina, 86-73, in a wild, 
oversold Cold Field 
House... Scored 12 points, 
including four in the final 



four minutes to help seal 
the Terps' momentous vic- 
tory.. .Helped the Terps 
keep their second half lead 
with a crucial, lead-extend- 
ing lay up as the Tar Heels 
began one of their patented 
runs... A Hipp lay-up 
choked a North Carolina 
spurt as the Terps' lead 
had been cut to five with 
his lay up, making the 
score 70-63 with 4:26 
remaining... A strong outing 
of 25 points versus Arizona 
State on ESPN nearly 
brought the Terps to victo- 
ry in the championship 
game of the Maui 
Invitational... Was excep- 
tional versus North 
Carolina in the semifinal 
round of the ACC 
Tournament... Scored 23 
points (11 in the second 
half) and grabbed six 
rebounds in the classic 
ACC Tournament game... 
Brought the Terps to within 
a hair of the lead with a 
three-pointer with 3:37 




remaining in regulation 
making the score 78-75 in 
favor of the Tar Heels... 
Scored one bucket in the 
overtime, cutting the Tar 
Heel lead to 90-89... Scored 
a game high 22 points ver- 
sus Loyola (Md.) in Cole 
Field House... Scored dou- 
ble figures in a career 
high 24 games... As a 
Sophomore: Earned 
Honorable mention All-ACC 
honors... His 13.2 points per 
game was good for the 13th 
best scoring average in the 
ACC. ..Finished seventh in 
the ACC in field goal shoot- 
ing percentage at 47.2%... 
May have been at his best 
versus No. 9 Massachusetts 
in the second round of the 
NCAA Tournament... He 
scored a personal NCAA 
Tournament career best of 
19 points on eight of 11 
shooting from the field in 
35 minutes of play in help- 
ing the Terps to the monu- 
mental victory. . .It was 
Hipp's jumper that gave 
Maryland a 66-65 lead with 
10:39 remaining in the sec- 
ond half, a lead that the 
Terps did not relinquish on 
their way to the victory 
over the second seeded 
Minutemen...His earlier 
three pointer from the right 
side of the top of the key 
gave Maryland its first lead 
of the second half, 59-57, 
with 13:32 remaining... He 
scored 13 points in the 
incredible second half 
comeback victory that 
launched the Terps into the 
"Sweet 16" for the first 
time since 1985... His career 
high of 35 points came ver- 
sus Towson State at the 
Baltimore Arena on 
December 23, 1993. ..He 
shot a career best 14-16 
(87.5%) from the field- 




CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 


35 


FGM 


14 


FGA 


17 


FG% 


.875 (14-16) 


3FGM 


5 


3FGA 


8 


3FG% 


1.00 


FTM 


8 


FTA 


10 


FT% 


1.00 


OR 


5 


DR 


7 


REBS 


9 


AST 


7 


BLK 


4 


STL 


4 


MIN 


37 



vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 

vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 

vs. Arizona State (11-23-94) 

vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 

vs. Duke (1-29-95) 

vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 

vs. Morgan State (12-26-92) 

vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 

vs. Morgan State (12-26-92) 

vs. Morgan State (12-26-92) 

vs. 20 teams (last Duke, 3-1-95) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. Florida State, 1-10-95) 

vs. Morgan State (12-4-93) 

vs. two teams 

(last vs. Virginia, 2-4-94) 

vs. Utah (11-22-94) 

vs. Clemson (1-26-94) 

vs. Rider (11-30-94) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. North Carolina, 3-11-95) 



including a perfect 4-4 
(1.00%) from three-point 
range... His 35 points ver- 
sus Towson State was tied 
for the 11th best single 
game total in school history 
at the time... Scored an ACC 
career best 23 points ver- 
sus Florida State in Cole 
Field House on January 
11... He has since tied that 
with a monster 23 point 
effort versus North Carolina 
during the 1994 ACC 
Tournament in Charlotte, 
North Carolina... 20 or more 
points came four times as 



he scored in double figures 
18 times... Made the 
prophetic announcement in 
the pre season that the 
Terps would finish fourth or 
fifth in the ACC standings 
and advance to the "Sweet 
16" of the NCAA 
Tournament... Most people, 
including Head Coach Gary 
Williams, thought he was 
crazy for making such a 
statement... He made 
believers of Williams and 
all of the Terps' faithful 
when Maryland defeated 
Massachusetts to advance 



ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA 


.Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


28-28 
30-30 
34-34 


130-270.481 
150-318 .472 
170-331 .514 


20-63 .317 
31-94 .330 
22-69 .319 


36-56 
66-96 
99-151 


.643 
.688 
.656 


316-11.3 
397-13.2 

461-13.6 


48 
38 
65 


90 
82 
76 


138-4.9 
120-4.0 
141-4.1 


74-1 
82-4 
85-1 


87 
76 
109 


58 
80 
75 


10 
15 
10 


35 
35 
32 


816 
939 
1,046 


CAREER 


92-92 


450-919.490 


73-226 .323 


201-303 


.663 


1,174-12.8 151 

ACC 


248 


399-4.3 


241-6 


272 


213 


35 


102 


2.801 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA 


.Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


16-16 
16-16 
16-16 


63-144 .438 
63-169 .373 
67-141 .475 


14-41 .341 
17-51 .333 
13-40 .325 


17-32 
41-57 
39-55 


.531 
.719 
.709 


151-9.4 
184-11.5 
186-11.6 


27 
22 
27 


51 
41 
33 


78-4.9 
63-3.9 
60-3.8 


48-1 
50-3 
42-0 


54 
38 
48 


39 
40 
39 


5 

7 
7 


19 
16 
13 


485 
511 
511 


CAREER 


48-48 


193-454 .425 


44-132 .333 


97-144 


.674 521-10.9 76 125 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


201-4.2 


140-4 


140 


118 


19 


48 


1,507 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA 


Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


3-3 

3-3 


15-27 .556 
16-32 .500 


4-11 .364 
2-4 .500 


3-5 

7-14 


.600 
.500 


37-12.3 
41-13.7 


3 
6 


13 
9 


16-5.3 
15-5.0 


6-0 
10-1 


7 
10 


8 
8 






5 
3 


104 
94 



CAREER 



6-6 



31-59 .525 



6-15 .400 



10-19 .526 78-13.0 



22 



31-5.2 



16-1 



17 



16 



198 



31 



to Dallas and the Midwest 
Regional Semifinals... As a 
Freshman: Earned ACC 
All-Freshman Team honors 
as he averaged 13.2 points, 
and 4.9 rebounds a 
game... Finished the season 
as the second leading scor- 
er among all league fresh- 
men behind teammate 
Johnny Rhodes... Earned 
ACC Rookie of the Week 
honors twice... Scored a 
then Maryland freshman 
record of 21 points in his 
first game versus UMBC... 
Scored in double figures 17 
times including the first 8 
games of the season. . . 
Helped lead Maryland to 
the incredible victory over 
Louisville in Cole Field 
House with 15 points to tie 
Johnny Rhodes for team 
high scoring honors... 
Enjoyed his best ACC out- 
ing of his first season ver- 
sus Georgia Tech as he 
scored 18 points and hand- 
ed out six assists in 
Atlanta... Led Maryland in 
scoring with 16 points ver- 
sus North Carolina at 
home... Enjoyed a fantastic 
inaugural ACC Tournament 
as he averaged 15 points, 
4.5 rebounds and three 
assists in two games. ..Led 
the Terps in scoring versus 
North Carolina in the ACC 
Tournament quarterfinals 
with 19 points... Shot well 
from the field with a 42.8% 
field goal percentage and 
he shot 60 percent or better 
four times and 50 percent 
or better five times. . .At 
Harker Prep: Selected as 
"Mr. Basketball" in the 
Washington D.C. Metro- 
politan Area following an 
immensely successful 
senior season... The D.C. 
Mr. Basketball Award had 
previously gone to Dennis 
Scott (currently a starter for 
1995 NBA Finalist Orlando 
Magic), Danny Ferry and 
Johnny Dawkins...Was a 
unanimous first team All- 
Metropolitan selection by 
the Washington Post... Was 
a starter for the Capital 
team in the annual Capital 
Classic game which was 
played at Maryland's Cole 
Field House... Started along- 
side current Terp teammate 
Duane Simpkins...He was 
awarded the Mr. Basketball 
Trophy that night, in his 
future college basketball 
home... Led Harker Prep to 
a 23-1 record and a No. 6 
ranking by USA Today and 
a No. 3 ranking by ESPN... 
Averaged 19.5 points, 8.0 
rebounds and 5.0 assists 
while shooting 62% from 
the field (33% from three- 



GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game-by-Game Statistics 



1992-93 Game-by-Game Stats 



GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA Pts OR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Min 


GAME 


S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA Pts OR-TB 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Min 


Chaminade 


s 


3-8 


0-1 


1-4 


7 


1-2 


2 


7 


4 





2 


30 


Md.-Balt. Co. 


s 


9-13 


0-1 


3-: 


21 


2-6 


1 


i 


3 





2 


25 


Utah 


S 


4-9 


1-2 


6-8 


15 


0-2 


3 


9 


2 








36 


at West Virginia S 


4-10 


1-4 


2-' 


11 


1-3 


3 


3 


5 





2 


28 


Arizona State 


s 


10-17 


1-2 


4-5 


25 


2-4 


3 


1 


2 








37 


Md.-Eastern Sh 


s 


4-9 


.0-2 


2-; 


10 


2-5 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


25 


Loyola 


S 


9-13 


0-1 


4-7 


22 


3-7 


2 


2 


4 


1 





33 


American 


s 


6-9 


0-1 


2-; 


14 


3-7 


3 


1 








2 


27 


Bucknell 


s 


6-10 


2-2 


2-5 


16 


3-7 


1 


4 


1 





1 


28 


at La Salle 


s 


9-13 


1-4 


0-( 


19 


2-8 


4 


4 








1 


32 


UMBC 


s 


2-8 


1-2 


5-6 


20 


3-4 


3 


2 


1 





2 


23 


Towson St. 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


0-( 


10 


0-2 


3 


4 


1 


1 





27 


Colgate 


s 


6-10 


0-1 


5-6 


17 


3-4 


2 


1 


1 





1 


22 


Morgan St. 


s 


3-7 


1-1 


8-10 15 


2-7 


1 


3 


3 


1 


3 


24 


Massachusetts 


S 


2-8 


0-2 


2-6 


6 


5-9 


3 


5 


5 


1 


1 


33 


Louisville 


s 


7-11 


1-2 


0-t 


15 


2-5 


2 


4 


1 








32 


Towson State 


s 


6-10 


0-1 


4-4 


16 


1-5 


3 


5 


1 





2 


28 


Howard 


s 


3-6 


0-0 


2-f 


8 


1-5 


1 


1 


4 





2 


21 


Morgan State 


s 


7-9 


1-3 


1-4 


16 


0-2 


3 


3 


3 





1 


16 


Georgia Tech 


s 


3-8 


1-4 


o-; 


7 


3-4 


3 


3 


2 








27 


La Salle 


s 


5-6 


0-0 


1-3 


11 


2-4 


1 


5 


2 





1 


29 


at No. Carolina 


s 


2-5 


1-2 


i-; 


6 


1-1 


4 


2 


2 





1 


21 


Amrican 


s 


6-9 


0-2 


4-4 


16 


2-4 


2 


3 


1 





2 


24 


at Florida St. 


s 


5-11 


1-2 


0-( 


11 


0-6 


4 


1 


1 








35 


Georgia Tech 


s 


608 


1-2 


3-4 


16 


2-4 


2 


5 


3 


1 





31 


Wake Forest 


s 


3-6 


1-2 


2-; 


9 


1-2 


3 


4 


3 





1 


26 


North Carolina 


s 


4-8 


3-5 


5-9 


6 


3-5 


4 


1 


3 








34 


Oklahoma 


s 


6-13 


0-1 


0-( 


12 


1-3 


2 


4 


2 








31 


Florida State 


s 


4-11 


1-3 


5-7 


14 


5-7 


3 


2 


3 





2 


30 


at N.C. State 


s 


3-10 


0-0 


2-; 


8 


4-7 


1 


7 








1 


34 


Wake Forest 


s 


3-7 


1-2 


2-2 


9 


2-3 


2 


2 


5 





2 


34 


at Clemson 


S 


4-9 


0-1 


0- 


8 


2-6 


3 


2 


4 


1 


1 


33 


N.C. State 


s 


7-9 


0-1 


2-2 


16 


0-0 


2 


1 


1 


1 





33 


Duke 


s 


1-4 


0-1 


0-( 


2 


0-3 


5 


3 


3 





2 


36 


Clemson 


s 


2-4 


0-2 


3-4 


7 


1-2 


3 


3 


1 


1 





33 


Virginia 


S 


3-6 


0-0 


3-: 


9 


2-7 


3 


3 








2 


33 


Duke 


s 


8-16 


5-6 


0-0 


21 


4-7 


3 


4 


2 





3 


34 


at Ga. Tech 


s 


8-14 


2-4 


0-( 


18 


0-2 


1 


6 


2 





1 


25 


Virginia 


s 


0-8 


0-4 


0-1 





0-2 


3 


3 


1 


1 





36 


North Carolina 


s 


7-13 


2-3 


0-( 


16 


4-6 


4 


4 


4 


1 


3 


34 


Georgia Tech 


s 


6-13 


0-2 


2-4 


14 


2-2 


3 


2 


3 


3 





32 


Florida State 


S 


5-10 


2-3 


0-( 


12 


3-6 


2 


3 


4 








31 


North Carolina 


s 


4-8 


0-2 


4-4 


12 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 





1 


26 


at Wake Forest 


s 


3-10 


2-5 


0-( 


8 


1-6 


1 


4 


3 


1 


1 


33 


Florida State 


s 


7-12 


1-3 


0-0 


15 


26 


3 


6 


1 


1 





30 


N.C. State 


s 


4-10 


1-3 


3-; 


12 


2-7 


3 


2 


4 





1 


30 


Wake Forest 


s 


2-5 


0-2 


1-2 


5 


2-5 


3 


3 


3 








32 


Clemson 


s 


6-13 


1-8 


0-( 


13 


2-7 


3 


5 


1 


1 


2 


36 


Cincinnati 


s 


5-12 


0-1 


6-8 


16 


2-4 


2 


3 











34 


at Duke 


s 


4-9 


0-2 


o-< 


8 


2-6 


4 


2 


2 





3 


25 


N.C. State 


s 


6-14 


0-3 


2-4 


14 


1-7 


2 


4 


5 


1 


2 


33 


at Virginia 


S 


2-6 


0-1 


0-( 


4 


0-2 


4 


3 





1 





26 


Clemson 


s 


2-3 


0-0 


3-4 


7 


1-1 


4 


3 


4 





1 


32 


NC State-ACC 


s 


4-11 


0-1 


3-' 


11 


5-9 


1 


4 


1 


1 


1 


30 


Duke 


s 


4-7 


1-2 


4-4 


13 


1-5 


4 


3 


3 





1 


32 


No. Car. -ACC 


s 


7-15 


2-5 


3-' 


19 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 





1 


29 


Virginia 


s 
s 


2-8 
3-11 


0-1 
0-2 


3-4 
2-4 


7 
8 


1-3 
2-2 



2 


2 
1 



1 






1 
2 


29 

31 




























Florida St. (ACC 




























N. Carolina (ACC 


)S 
)S 


8-15 
6-10 


1-3 
1-2 


6-8 
2-5 


23 

15 


3-6 
1-5 


1 
3 



3 



2 






1 
2 


37 
28 




























Gonzaga (NCAA 


' 






^ 


















Texas (NCAA) 


s 


5-11 


0-1 


3-5 


13 


3-5 


2 


3 


3 





1 


36 


' ^ 




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UConn (NCAA) 


s 


5-11 


1-1 


2-4 


13 


2-5 


5 


4 


3 








30 


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• 


If 


I 






1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 






















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% 


I 










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GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TB 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Min 




■ 


* V v < 










w 












Georgetown 


s 


4-7 


0-2 


1-1 


9 


0-2 


5 


2 


3 





1 


27 






> * 4 t 


r 




















Cornell 


s 


11-16 


2-6 


1-2 


25 


2-2 


2 


1 


2 


1 





27 






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Rider 


s 


5-9 


1-2 


2-3 


13 


0-2 


3 


2 





3 


4 


33 






I 




















UMBC 


s 


8-13 


0-2 


5-8 


21 


2-5 


4 


5 


2 


1 


1 


33 




1 


l~~ 










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* 










Morgan State 


s 


8-16 


0-2 


3-3 


19 


2-5 


1 


2 


2 





1 


26 






\ 






















Oklahoma 


s 


7-11 


2-4 


0-0 


16 


1-8 


3 


3 


6 








32 




























Towson State 


s 


14-16 


4-4 


3-5 


35 


0-4 


2 


1 


3 





2 


28 






\ 






















Hofstra 


s 


6-11 


0-1 


3-3 


15 


1-3 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 


28 






\ 






















Massachusetts 


s 


2-8 


1-6 


1-2 


6 


2-2 


2 


5 


4 





1 


33 






♦ 






















Ga. Tech 


s 


2-6 


0-1 


5-6 


9 


0-6 


4 


5 


2 





1 


33 






\ 




•T 


\ 
















N. Carolina 


s 


4-7 


1-2 


2-2 


11 


1-2 


2 





4 


1 


2 


31 






* 


L i 


CT 


K 
















Florida State 


s 


8-15 


2-4 


5-8 


23 


2-4 


3 


5 


5 





2 


31 






i 


W 




g . 








i 








Wake Forest 


s 


3-12 


2-6 


0-2 


8 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 








34 








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if 


t^A 


r 










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N.C. State 


s 


5-10 


0-1 


7-8 


17 


0-4 


2 


5 


1 





1 


28 














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Clemson 


s 
s 


2-10 
2-11 


1-3 
0-4 


4-5 
1-2 


9 
5 


2-5 
0-4 


4 
1 


1 
2 


1 
2 


4 



1 



30 
30 










- 


















Duke 


■ 






Virginia 


s 


6-12 


3-5 


2-4 


17 


4-9 


5 


2 


3 





2 


36 




1 


' | 








? 


p 


q 








Ga. Tech 


s 


5-14 


2-5 


5-5 


17 


3-6 


2 


3 


4 





3 


33 


n 


1 


* 'ti 
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N. Carolina 


s 


3-9 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


0-3 


5 





5 





1 


29 


SF?*< 


i 






v 
















Florida State 


s 


4-11 


0-0 


2-3 


10 


2-2 


4 


1 


3 








25 


' 
























Wake Forest 


s 
s 
s 
s 


5-10 
5-8 
1-8 

6-16 


0-2 
0-2 
1-4 
3-7 


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


10 
13 
5 
15 


0-1 
1-7 
1-3 
0-4 


2 
1 
6 
2 


2 
6 
2 
3 


1 
5 
1 
2 




1 



1 


2 
1 
1 



31 
31 
32 
37 






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1 




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Duke 


s 


3-11 


0-3 


2-4 


8 


2-3 


3 


4 


1 








34 




rm 


B 
















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Virginia 


s 


4-7 


1-1 


4-4 


13 


4-5 


3 


1 


4 


1 





35 


fr CP 


L^ 












i 


■ 


%s 


1 






Virginia (ACC) 


s 


2-7 


0-3 


0-2 


4 


2-4 


1 


1 


3 


1 





33 


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f 


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St. Louis (NCAA) S 


3-4 


2-2 


2-2 


9 


0-3 





4 


3 





3 


33 


^^a^ t 




















I 






Massach (NCAA) S 


8-11 


1-3 


1-3 


19 


0-4 


2 


3 


2 








35 




I 1 




■JL 


w 
















1 


Michigan (NCAA) S 


4-12 


1-6 


0-0 


9 


3-6 


4 





3 





2 


36 


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1973 


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Pronounced Sha-Roon-US Yes-i-KE-vich-us. . .Played in 29 of Maryland's 34 games as a freshman 
and will see increased playing time as a sophomore... Will be counted on as one of Maryland's 
top three-point shooting threats. ..Is seen as the successor to current Terp shooting guard 
Johnny Rhodes... Was an exchange student who came to the United States from Lithuania in 
September of 1993. ..Lithuania is located in Northeast Europe on the Baltic Sea and was a 
Republic of the former Soviet Union. . .He played one year of varsity basketball at Solanco High 

School in Southern Lancaster County in Pennsylvania... Is currently a member of the 

Lithuanian Junior National Team... As A Freshman: Shot 37.8 percent from three-point range to place him 
sixth among the freshmen leaders in the ACC.His 14 three-point shots was the fifth best effort by a Terp 
freshman in school history... His 37 three-point attempts is also the fifth most ever by a Terp 
freshman... Enjoyed his best three-point shooting game of the season versus Towson State when he connect- 
ed on a perfect three of three in the Terps' victory in Cole Field House... He scored 14 points versus TSU as he 
was five of six from the field for the night in only 15 minutes of play... Scored his career high of 18 points ver- 
sus Morgan State as he was nearly perfect from the free throw line... Connected on 10-12 (83.3 percent) from 
the line and had three rebounds as the Terps won at home... His 10 free throws made versus the Bears tied 
him for the fifth most free throws made in a single game by a Maryland player during the season... Scored in 
double figures for the third time during the season versus American, hitting for 10 on four of seven shooting 
from the field... Played in 15 of Maryland's 16 ACC games and scored an ACC season high of five points as the 
Terps won at Clemson for the first time in Head Coach Gary Williams's career... Jasikevicius scored as crucial 
a three-point shot as was scored during the season with 5.5 seconds remaining in the first half... The three- 
pointer from the right of the key gave Maryland a 27-19 half-time lead in a game that Maryland won by only 
four as the Tigers had a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds of the game... He shot a perfect one of 
one from the field and a perfect two of two from the line in the wm over the Tigers... Played an ACC high 13 
minutes as the Terps defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 86-73, in Cole Field House to gain one of the most mem- 
orable Terp victories of all time... Jasikevicius contributed two assists, one blocked shot, one steal and one 



Shooting Guard 
Ht 6-4 Wt 190 

High School: 

Solanco, 
QuarryvUle, PA. 
(Don Fisher) 

Birthdate: 

March 5, 1976 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

18 points 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 

3 rebs 

vs. Colgate, 12-8-94, 
Morgan St, 12-23-94 

6 assists 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 

2 steals 

vs. BuckneU, 12-3-94 








fit 








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33 



rebound in the victory... 
Also played well versus 
the Tar Heels in the quar- 
terfinal round of the ACC 
Tournament... Scored four 
points in the final 1:30 of 
the first half to help keep 
the Terps within a comfort- 
able margin going into the 
break. . .Maryland recov- 
ered from the seven point 
half-time deficit to tie the 
game and send it into 
overtime... Scored another 
big three-pointer late in 
the first half at Duke to 
help the Terps to victory 
for the first time in Durham 
since the 1988 season... He 
banked in a three-pointer 
with 3:30 remaining in the 
first half to tie the contest 
at 39 ; the Terps eventually 
won the game by two, 94- 
92, on a Joe Smith tip-in at 
the final buzzer... Was also 
big from beyond the three 
point arc versus Virginia in 
Cole Field House. ..Drilled 
a three from the right side 
to give the Terps a 53-49 
lead with 8:58 remaining... 
Though the Cavaliers 
would tie the contest less 
than a minute later, they 
were not able to regain the 
lead and the Terps won 
the nationally televised 
ESPN contest, 71-62... A 
first half three-pointer at 
Florida State gave 
Maryland a four point lead, 
27-23, in a 70-57 Terp vic- 
tory... His three-point shot 
helped give Maryland a 
three point lead in 
Tallahassee... Scored in 
double figures three times 
and played in double fig- 
ure minutes seven 
times. ..At Solanco: Came 
to the United States in 
1993 and was a starter for 
one year at shooting 
guard... Was a First Team 
All-Lancaster County 
selection... Averaged 20.5 
points, 7.3 rebounds and 
4.2 assists while shooting 
47 percent from the field 





MIN 



and 38 percent from three- 
point range. . .Selected as 
the Most Valuable Player 
of the Mid- State Roundball 
AU-Star Classic during 
which he scored 20 
points... The Mid-State AU- 
Star Classic matches all- 
stars from Pennsylvania 
and Maryland similar to 
the "Big 33" high school 
football game... Named the 
MVP in the War of the 
Roses AU-Star game which 
pitted the top players from 
Lancaster and York coun- 
ties... Guided Solanco to a 
21-4 record and into the 
state playoffs... Scored sea- 
son highs of 32 points and 



12 rebounds in a regular 
season game versus 
Manheim (Pa.) Central... 
Scored a near quadruple 
double with 21 points, 10 
rebounds, 10 assists and 
six steals in his first ever 
game at Solanco... Ranked 
among the top ten scorers 
and three point shooters in 
the conference... Played for 
Head Coach Don Fisher at 
Solanco . . . Personal: Born 
March 5, 1976... His full 
name is Sarunas 
Jasikevicius. 



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 


18 


FGM 


5 


FGA 


11 


FG% 
3FGM 


1.00(1-1) 
(1-1) 
3 


3FGA 


4 


3FG% 
FTM 


1.00(3-3) 
10 


FTA 


12 


FT% 
OR 


.833 (10-12) 
2 


DR 


2 


REBS 


3 


AST 


6 


BLK 


1 


STL 


2 



19 



vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Clemson (1-25-95) 
vs. Duke (3-1-95) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. Colgate (10-8-94) 
vs. American (12-30-94) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Colgate (12-10-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. North Carolina (1-7-95) 
vs. Colgate (10-8-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Florida State (2-11-95) 
vs. Bucknell (12-3-94) 
vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 




ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


29-0 


29-65 .446 


14-37 .378 


17-21 .810 


89-3.1 6 13 


19-0.7 


24-1 


22 


17 


1 


10 


178 


CAREER 


29-0 


29-65 .446 


14-37 .378 


17-21 .810 


89-3.1 6 13 

ACC 


19-0.7 


24-1 


22 


17 


1 


10 


178 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


15-0 


6-18 .333 


6-15 .400 


2-2 1.00 


20-1.3 2 6 


8-0.5 


7-0 


6 


6 


1 


2 


60 


CAREER 


15-0 


6-18 .333 


6-15 .400 


2-2 1.00 20-1.3 2 6 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


8-0.5 


7-0 


6 


6 


1 


2 


60 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1994-95 


2-0 


0-2 .000 


0-1 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 














2 



2-0 



0-2 .000 



0-1 .000 



0-0 .000 



0-0 



0-0 



0-0 



34 




GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game by 

GAME 

Chaminade 

Utah 

Arizona State 

Loyola 

Bucknell 

UMBC 

Colgate 

Towson State 

Morgan State 

La Salle 

American 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Florida State 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Florida State 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

N. Carolina (ACC) 

Gonzaga (NCAA) 

UConn (NCAA) 



Game Statistics 

S FG-FGA 3P-3PA 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
2-3 
1-3 
2-3 
2-7 
5-6 
4-11 
1-2 
4-7 
0-1 
1-4 
1-4 
0-1 
0-0 
1-1 
0-0 
1-3 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-1 
1-1 
0-1 
2-3 
0-1 
0-1 



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

1-1 
1-1 

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



FT-FTA 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
2-2 
1-1 

10-12 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



Pts OR TE 
0-0 
0-0 



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



PF Ast TO 
2 1 




1 



14 0-2 

18 2-3 

4 0-0 
10 0-1 
1-2 
3 0-2 
3 0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

5 0-1 
1-0 
3 0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
3 0-0 

3 0-0 
0-0 

4 0-0 
0-0 
0-0 






1 

2 

2 

2 
5 1 2 
3 6 1 
3 3 1 



1 
2 



1 2 



1 1 



1 1 

1 





1 

1 

1 1 
1 
1 2 2 

1 

1 




1 1 






Blk Stl Min 

3 

1 





2 

1 

2 

1 

19 

1 14 

1 14 

7 

5 

5 

2 



1 
6 
8 

14 
17 
16 



2 





1 







1 





1 13 



3 














35 




T 



he top returning reserve point guard in the Atlantic Coast Conference... Was an Honorable 
Mention All-ACC Freshmen Team selection following his inaugural season in College 
Park... Has started two games in his first two years, the only Terp outside of the normal start- 
ing five to have earned any starting assignments... A real prime time player who saw an 
increase in his points and minutes per game during the NCAA Tournament as compared to 
the regular season. . . As a Sophomore: A valuable and dependable member of the Terps' back- 
court who appeared in a career high 31 games... Earned his second career start versus 
Towson State in Cole Field House and helped Maryland to a 120-73 victory in Cole Field House. . .Played a sea- 
son high 16 minutes and scored a season high four points. . .Was perfect on two free throws and had one assist 
in the victory. ..In two career starts, Towson State as a sophomore and Hofstra as a freshman, he averaged 15 
minutes played and five points a game... Played well offensively versus Morgan State as he helped Maryland 
score a school record 138 points... Against Morgan State, he grabbed a season high four rebounds and dished 
out a career high tying four assists. . .Scored two points and grabbed one rebound versus La Salle as the Terps 
won in College Park. ..Scored an ACC season high of three points versus N.C. State as the Terps defeated the 
Wolfpack at home... Hit his only three-point shot of the year in that game... Three rebounds and one assist in 
eight minutes came at Duke in a game shown nationally on ESPN... Played four minutes versus Florida State 
in the Terps' opening round victory over the Seminoles in the ACC Tournament... Scored one point on a cru- 
cial free throw in the first half... His free throw with 2:06 remaining in the first half was the final score of the 
half and brought Maryland back to within four after having been down by as many as ten... Played strong 
defense for four of the final five minutes of the first half and helped Maryland outscore Florida State 8-6 and 
close the gap... The Terps outscored the Seminoles in the second half and won the contest, 71-64... Played well 
in the ACC semifinal with two assists in three minutes... Played well in all three of Maryland's NCAA 
Tournament games... Scored two points versus both Gonzaga and Texas and played four strong minutes versus 
Connecticut in the West Regional Semifinal game... Dished out multiple assists in a career high eight games... 
Averaged 7.1 minutes per game over the final 10 games of the season - up from his 6.4 minutes per game season 



Point Guard 
Ht 6-5 Wt 182 

High School: 

Grimsley, 

Greensboro, North 
Carolina 
(Robin Lincks) 

Birthdate: 

January 24, 1975 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

4 points 

vs. Towson State, 
12-12-94 

4 rebounds 

vs. Towson State, 

12-12-94 

4 assists 

vs. Morgan State, 

12-23-94 

2 steals 

vs. N.C. State, 2-22-95 




36 



long average... As a 
Freshman: Earned Honor- 
able Mention All-ACC 
Freshman Team Honors as 
he averaged 1.8 points and 
1.4 rebounds while playing 
in 29 games... Started one 
game, Hofstra, while com- 
ing off the bench to appear 
in 28 others... Was the only 
player on the team outside 
of the starting five to start 
any games... His first 
career start came in the 
Terps' victory over Hofstra 
in the first round of the 
Abdow's Hall of Fame 
Classic in Springfield... He 
responded with six points 
and one steal in 14 min- 
utes of play... His biggest 
basket of the season, a 
three pointer, came versus 
Wake Forest as he re- 
turned to play in front of 
his family and friends for 
the first time since high 
school... He calmly drained 
the three-pointer from the 
top of the key with 2:30 
remaining in the first 
half. . .His clutch basket 
drew Maryland within two 
points at 20-18. ..The bas- 
ket spurred the Terps' 
offense, as it went on to 
outscore Wake 43-39 over 
the remainder of the game 
to gain the important, 61- 
58, ACC victory on the 
road... Scored a career high 
nine points and grabbed a 
career high seven 
rebounds as Maryland 
defeated Morgan State in 
Cole Field House... 
Established a personal 
career best with five offen- 
sive rebounds and also 
dished off three assists... 
Scored a crucial basket 
during the second half of 
Maryland's ACC season 
opener at Georgia Tech... 
Scored a layup and was 
fouled on the play to 
extend the Terps' lead to 
seven, 78-71, with 4:50 




remaining. . . .Maryland 
went on to win the game, 
91-88, for its first victory 
versus Georgia Tech in 
Atlanta since the 1980 sea- 
son... Was perfect from the 
field in both games of the 
Hall of Fame Classic as he 
hit all five of his shots 
from the field during the 
two day event as he 
scored a total of 11 
points... His 79.2 percent 
free throw accuracy was 
the best on the team... He 
hit his first seven free 
throw shots of the season 
and was 11 of 15 from the 
line in ACC competi- 
tion... Played 253 minutes, 
an average of 8.7 per 
game... At Grimsley: Was 
a First Team All-State 



selection and the County 
Player of the Year follow- 
ing his senior season... 
Was a First Team All- 
County and First Team AU- 
Conference selection as 
both a junior and senior... 
Averaged 19.7 points, 4.8 
rebounds and 3.2 steals 
per game as a senior... 
Shot 51.1 percent from the 
field including 39.0 per- 
cent from three-point 
range... Led Grimsley to a 
21-7 record his senior sea- 
son and a 20-7 mark his 
junior year... Was a three- 
year starter at point 
guard... His high school 
coach was Robin Lincks... 
Personal: Born January 24, 
1975... His full name is 
Matthew George Kovarik. 




PTS 

FGM 

FGA 
FG% 

3FGM 

3FGA 

3FG% 

FTM 
FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 
REBS 
AST 
BLK 

STL 

MM 



9 
3 

5 
1.00 

1 

2 

1.00(1-1) 

(1-1) 

4 

4 

1.00 

2 

5 
7 
4 
1 

2 

20 



vs. Morgan State (12-4-93) 

vs. Morgan State (12-4-93) 

vs. Hofstra (12-28-93) 

vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

vs. eight teams 

(last vs. Gonzaga, 3-16-95) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. N.C. State, 2-22-95) 

at Wake Forest (1-15-94) 

vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

vs. Massachusetts (12-29-94) 

vs. N.C. State (12-12-94) 

vs. Cornell (11-27-94) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. Clemson, 1-26-94) 

vs. four teams 

(last vs. Towson St., 12-12-94) 

vs. four teams 

(last vs. Texas, 3-18-95) 

vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 

vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

vs. Massachusetts (12-20-94) 

vs. Florida State (2-22-95) 

vs. Wake Forest (2-16-94) 

vs. N.C. State (2-22-95) 

vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 




ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


29-1 
31-1 


16-38 .421 
5-16 .313 


2-8 .250 
1-5 .200 


19-24 .792 
11-17 .647 


53-1.8 18 23 
22-0.7 7 20 


41-1.4 
27-0.9 


35-1 
35-0 


31 
27 


23 
21 



1 


16 

6 


253 
192 


CAREER 


60-2 


21-54 .389 


3-13 .231 


30-41 .732 75-1.3 25 43 

ACC STATISTICS 


68-1.1 


70-1 


58 


44 


1 


22 


445 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


16-0 
13-0 


4-17 .235 
1-3 .333 


1-4 .250 
1-2 .500 


11-15 .733 
3-4 .750 


20-1.3 6 10 
6-0.5 3 5 


16-1.0 
8-0.6 


17-0 
14-0 


13 
11 


9 
8 







9 
4 


121 
77 


CAREER 


29-0 


5-20 .250 


2-6 .333 


14-19 .737 26-0.9 9 15 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


24-0.8 


31-0 


24 


17 





13 


198 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


2-0 
3-0 


0-2 .000 
1-1 1.00 


0-0 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 
2-2 1.00 


0-0.0 
4-1.3 3 


0-0.0 
3-1.0 


2-0 
9-0 


2 
2 


1 
3 










9 
26 



CAREER 



5-0 



1-3 .333 



0-0 .000 



2-2 .000 



4-0.8 



3-0.6 



11-0 







35 



37 



GAME BY GAME STATS 







1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 




















1993-94 Game by G 


ame Statistics 
























GAME S FG-FGA3P-3PAFT-FTA Pts OR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl Min 


GAME S FG-FGA3P-3PAFT-FTA PtsOR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl Min 






Chaminade 


0-0 


0-0 


' 





0-0 





1 


1 








5 


Georgetown 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














2 






Utah 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 





1 











2 


Cornell 


2-2 


0-0 


4-4 


8 


1-3 


1 


1 








1 


19 






Arizona State 


1-2 


0-1 


o-c 


2 


0-0 


1 





1 








3 


Rider 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 


3 


3 


3 








15 






Loyola 


0-1 


0-0 


o-c 





1-1 


1 














5 


UMBC 


1-2 


0-1 


o-c 


2 


0-1 








1 





1 


8 






Buclmell 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-1 


3 


2 


2 





1 


12 


Morgan State 


3.4 


0-0 


3-3 


9 


2-7 





3 


3 





1 


20 






UMBO 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-1 





2 











8 


Oklahoma 


0-0 


0-0 


o-o 





0-1 


2 


1 








1 


11 






Colgate 


0-0 


0-0 


1-5 


1 


0-2 





1 


2 








9 


Towson State 


0-3 


0-1 


o-c 





1-1 





3 


1 








10 




^m ■ 


Massachusetts 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


1 





1 


1 





2 


Hofstra S 


3-3 


0-0 


o-c 


6 


0-0 


5 





2 





1 


14 




Towson State S 


1-5 


0-2 


2-5 


4 


1-4 


2 


1 











16 


Massachusetts 


2-2 


1-1 


o-c 


5 


0-0 


2 


2 


2 





1 


9 






Morgan State 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


1 


1-4 


1 


4 











11 


Ga. Tech 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


0-0 








1 





1 


6 






La Salle 


1-1 


0-0 


o-c 


2 


1-1 

















2 


N. Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-2 


1 


1 


1 





1 


7 






American 


0-1 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


1 














2 


Florida State 


1-2 


0-0 


o-c 


2 


2-3 


2 


1 


1 





1 


12 




fc. " * ji 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


1 


1 


1 








3 


Wake Forest 


1-2 


1-2 


2-2 


5 


0-1 


2 


1 








1 


12 






Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 

















2 


N.C. State 


0-1 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 








10 






N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 

















2 


Clemson 


1-4 


0-0 


3-4 


5 


0-2 


1 





1 








15 






Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 





2 











4 


Duke 


0-1 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


3 














6 






Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-1 


1 


1 











5 


Virginia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-C 





0-0 








2 








6 






Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


3 





1 








9 


Ga. Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-C 





0-0 


1 














4 






North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


2 





1 








4 


N. Carolina 


0-2 


0-2 


0-C 





1-2 


2 





2 





1 


5 




TM H »Vr— * "i 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





1-1 


1 


2 








1 


6 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-C 





0-0 


1 














4 






Wake Forest 


0-2 


0-1 


o-c 





1-2 


1 











1 


9 


Wake Forest 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


1-3 


1 


4 








2 


13 






Cincinnati 
N.C. State 
Clemson 


0-0 

1-1 

0-0 


0-0 

1-1 

0-0 


o-c 
o-c 
i-; 



3 

1 


0-2 
0-0 
0-0 


1 


1 


2 

1 



2 









2 



5 

10 
9 


Loyola 
N.C. State 
Clemson 


0-0 
0-1 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 
0-0 


1-5 
0-C 
0-C 


1 




0-0 
0-1 
0-0 


2 
1 



2 




1 












1 


10 
4 

1 




^|rf 


1 








Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


2-; 


2 


1-3 


1 


1 


2 








8 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-C 





0-0 





1 











5 




Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


3 


1 


1 








6 


Virginia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-C 





1-1 





2 








1 


11 




Florida St. (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


1-5 


1 


0-0 








3 





1 


4 


Virginia (ACC) 


0-2 


0-1 


0-C 





1-2 





1 








1 


5 




N. Carolina (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 


1 


2 











3 


St. Louis (NCAA) 


0-2 


0-0 


o-c 





0-1 


2 


1 


1 








6 






Gonzaga (NCAA) 


1-1 


0-0 


o-c 


2 


0-1 


3 





1 








11 


Massach (NCAA) 


0-0 


0-0 


o-c 





0-0 





1 











3 




— - — 


Texas (NCAA) 
UConn (NCAA) 


0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 


2-5 

o-c 


2 




0-1 
0-1 


3 
3 


1 
1 


2 











11 
4 






































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n All-Atlantic Coast Conference Candidate as the top returning sixth man in the confer- 
ence... Was the most productive "sixth man" in the ACC last year as he averaged more points 
(0.46) and more rebounds (0.24) per minute than any other conference sixth man... Only 
Michael Maddox of Georgia Tech, 9.1 points per game, had a higher scoring average than 
Lucas's 7.1 scoring average.. A three-year regular in the Terrapin lineup, Lucas has played in 
87 of 92 games during his career, including 69 consecutive games dating back to February 27, 
1993. ..His scoring and rebounding averages, minutes played and confidence have all 
increased by leaps and bounds throughout his career... Can shoot the three-point shot from the outside and 
play with his back to the basket with tremendous effectiveness... Has become Maryland's "Mr. Clutch" from 
behind the three-point arc. ..An incredible four of his career three point shots have helped Maryland recover 
from a deficit, stem the tide, and win a game that it was seemingly out of... Is an outstanding athlete who will 
be called upon to help fill the void at the center position... As a Junior: Enjoyed his most productive season, 
averaging a career best 7.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 15.4 minutes player per game... Established career bests 
in field goals made (87), field goals attempted (207), field goal percentage (42.0), three point field goals made 
(22), three point field goals attempted (57), free throws made (45), free throws attempted (78), total pomts 
(241), points per game (7.1), defensive rebounds (78), total rebounds (125), rebounds per game (3.7), assists 
(23) and minutes played (522) while tying his personal bests for offensive rebounds (47) and steals 
(14). ..Lucas's three-point shooting accomplishments have become legendary... Began his lore as a sophomore 
in the 1994 NCAA Tournament as the Terps trailed Massachusetts 54-44 with 16:35 remaining in the second 
half.. .Lucas hit from the right side to ignite a 17-7 Terp run leading to a 95-87 Terp victory. ..As a junior, the 
Terps trailed North Carolina 34-26 with 5:25 remaining in the first half.. .Lucas hits from the top of the key to 
ignite a 13-4 Terp run leading to an 86-73 Terp victory... Scored a career high 18 points versus La Salle on a 
perfect shooting night of three for three from three point range... In the 7-Up Shootout at the Alamodome in 
San Antonio, Texas, the Terps trailed Cincinnati 20-12 with 10:00 minutes remaining in the first half.. .Lucas 
hit from the far right side to ignite a 14-0 Terp run leading to a 74-72 Terp victory. . . In one of the more momen- 



AU-ACC Candidate 
Power Forward 
Ht. 6-8 WT. 231 

High School: 

Fairly, 

Memphis. Tennessee 

(Sylvester Ford) 

Birthdate: 

March 3, 1974 



1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

18 points 

vs. La Salle, 12-27-94 

8 rebounds 

vs. La Salle, 12-27-94 

3 assists 

vs. Towson State, 

12-12-94 

La Salle, 12-27-94, 

Gonzaga, 3-16-95 

2 steals 

vs. Loyola (Md.), 
U-29-94; 
Virginia, 3-5-95 




39 



tous Terp victories in 
recent memory, Lucas hit 
from the top of the key to 
ignite a 14-12 Terps' ran 
with Maryland trailing 
Duke 55-53 with 13:44 
remaining in the second 
half leading to a 94-92 Terp 
victory... The 18 points by 
Lucas tied him for season 
high scoring honors in a 
single game by a bench 
player... Had five games of 
multiple three point shots 
made, a career best and 
third best on the team 
behind Johnny Rhodes and 
Duane Simpkins... 
Averaged 6.2 points and 
3.6 rebounds versus the 
Terps' 11 ranked oppo- 
nents and 5.5 points and 



3.0 rebounds as Maryland 
split two regular season 
games versus No. 1 North 
Carolina.. .Best all-around 
scoring/rebounding game 
came versus La Salle with 
18 points and eight 
rebounds... His 18 points 
versus La Salle was the 
third of three consecutive 
double figure scoring 
games, he also scored 11 
points versus Towson 
State and 10 versus 
Morgan State for the only 
back-to-back-to-back dou- 
ble figure scoring games of 
his career... Scored 12 
points versus Florida State 
as the Terps won in Cole 
Field House... The 12 point 
performance was his sec- 




ond best career ACC out- 
put, rivaling only his 16 
point performance versus 
N.C. State in Cole Field 
House during his sopho- 
more season... A strong 
game of 14 points versus 
the powerful inside game 
of Colgate on six of eight 
shooting from the field... 
Played in double figure 
minutes in 31 of the Terps' 
34 games including all 
three NCAA Tournament 
games and both ACC 
Tournament games... 
Scored seven or more 
points 19 times. ..The 
leader off the bench which 
averaged a combined 45 
minutes per game as com- 
pared to Lucas's sopho- 
more season when the 
bench played only an aver- 
age of 30 minutes per 
game... Hit on 11 of his first 
19 three-point shot 
attempts for a 57.9 success 
rate - highest on the team 
after the first 11 games... 
As a Sophomore: Was as 
bright a star as Maryland 
had in any one game dur- 
ing the 1994 season... 
Sparked an incredible 
momentum turning rally 
versus Massachusetts 
sending the Terps to the 
upset victory and into the 
"Sweet 16" round of the 
NCAA Tournament for the 
first time since 1985... 
Came off the bench to 
replace Keith Booth, who 
was charged with his 
fourth foul late in the first 
half, and helped Maryland 
to the extraordinary 95-87 
victory at Kansas 
Coliseum... After going 
scoreless in the first half, 
Lucas started the second 
half and set forth a glori- 
ous 20 minutes of basket- 
ball... Lucas got himself 





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PTS 


18 


vs. La Salle (12-27-94) 


FGM 


6 


vs. four teams 

(last vs. Colgate, 10-8-94) 


FGA 


12 


vs. Hofstra (12-28-94) 


FG% 


.833 (5-6) 


at West Virginia (12-5-92) 


3FGM 


3 


vs. La Salle (12-27-94) 


3FGA 


5 


vs. Virginia (3-5-95) 


3FG% 


1.00 


vs. 10 teams 

(last vs. Duke, 3-1-95) 


FTM 


6 


vs. Loyola (Md.) (11-29-94) 




6 


vs. Florida State (2-11-95) 


FTA 


9 


vs. Florida State (2-11-95) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. 12 teams 

(last vs. N.C. State, 2-22-95) 


OR 


5 


vs. Hofstra (12-28-94) 


DR 


6 


vs. N.C. State (1-22-94) 
at Virginia (3-6-93) 


REBS 


10 


at Virginia (3-6-93) 


AST 


3 


vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. La Salle (12-27-94) 


BLK 


3 


vs. UMBC (12-2-94) 


STL 


4 


vs. Massachusetts (12-29-94) 


MIN 


27 


vs. Florida State (2-13-93) 



going with 16:35 remain- 
ing as he hit a three-point 
shot to draw Maryland 
within seven at 54- 
47... Lucas's three-pointer 
stemmed the tide of the 
game and allowed 
Maryland to sway the 
momentum its way. ..Two 
minutes later, he hit a 
turnaround jumper to pull 
Maryland within two at 57- 
55. ..Lucas added three 
free throws and a lay-up as 



the clocked ticked down 
and Maryland took the vic- 
tory, one that will be 
remembered as being one 
of the top victories in the 
history of Maryland bas- 
ketball... Scored a career 
high 16 points to lead 
Maryland past N.C. State 
in Cole Field House in one 
of his most productive 
games as a Terp... Also 
tied his season high of 
seven rebounds and two 



ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


23-2 
30-0 
34-0 


30-73 .411 
67-173 .387 
87-207 .420 


3-5 .600 
3-10 .300 
22-57 .386 


17-33 .515 80-3.5 18 35 
24-41 .585 163-5.4 47 60 
45-78 .577 241-7.1 47 78 


53-2.3 
107-3.6 
125-3.7 


35-0 
66-1 
50-0 


8 
11 
23 


25 
41 
26 


9 
11 
9 


10 
14 
14 


277 
481 
522 


CAREER 


87-2 


184-453 .406 


28-72 .389 


86-152 .566 484-5.6 112 173 

ACC STATISTICS 


285-3 .3 


151-1 


42 


92 


29 


38 


1,280 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


12-2 
16-0 
16-0 


15-42 .357 
35-90 .389 
31-91 .341 


3-5 .600 
1-3 .333 
8-26 .308 


7-15 .467 40-3.3 10 20 
13-23 .565 84-5.3 26 34 
11-25 .440 81-5.1 20 33 


30-2.5 
60-3.8 
53-3.3 


21-0 
36-1 
22-0 


5 
6 

7 


11 
18 
10 


7 
2 

4 


5 
4 
5 


172 
239 
226 


CAREER 


44-2 


81-223 .363 


12-34 .353 


31-63 .492 205-4.7 56 87 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


143-3.3 


79-1 


18 


39 


13 


14 


637 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


3-0 
3-0 


6-17 .353 
8-19 .421 


2-4 .500 
0-4 .000 


4-5 .800 18-6.0 3 2 
1-4 .250 17-5.7 5 4 


5-1.7 
9-3.0 


10-0 
3-0 


1 
3 


5 

1 






2 
2 


41 
52 



CAREER 



6-0 



14-36 .389 



2-8 .250 



5-9 .556 



35-5.8 



14-2.3 



13-0 



93 



40 



assists in only 14 minutes • 
of play versus the 
Wolfpack... Came off the 
bench to score 14 points in 
only 21 minutes of play 
versus Hofstra in the first 
round of the AMow's Hall 
of Fame Classic in 
Springfield, Mass... Double 
figures in ACC play came 
on the road versus Virginia 
(10 points), and in Cole 
Field House versus Wake 
Forest (10 points) and N.C. 
State. ..He finished his sec- 
ond collegiate season as 
one of Maryland's most 
effective rebounders with 
107 total rebounds in 481 
total minutes of play. . . 
Enjoyed a strong season as 
he played in more games, 
played more minutes, 
scored more points, 
grabbed more rebounds, 
dished off more assists and 
blocked more shots than 
he did during his entire 
inaugural season at 
Maryland... Was one of five 
Terps to finish with 100 or 
more rebounds. . .Saw his 
minutes increase from 12 
per game his freshman 
season to 16 as a sopho- 
more... With the increased 
minutes came increased 
points (5.4 points per game 
as a sophomore as com- 
pared to 3.5 points per 
game as a freshman)... 
With Lucas in the lineup as 
a sophomore, Maryland 
was a strong team... When 
Lucas scored at least 10 
points, Maryland was 4-1 
with its only loss coming 
versus No. 2 Duke... When 
he played at least 20 min- 
utes, Maryland had a 6-3 
record... Averaged 8.2 
points in seven games 
played as a member of the 
ACC All-Star team which 
traveled to South 
America... Scored a person- 
al best of 13 points versus 
Uruguay on five of 1 1 
shooting from the field and 
grabbed five rebounds in 
that game... As a 
Freshman: Played in 23 
games, starting two con- 
secutive games (Florida 
State and Wake Forest on 
consecutive dates)... 
Averaged 3.5 points and 
2.3 rebounds a game... 
Began the season on fire 
as he hit five of six shots 
from the field to score 1 1 
points versus West 
Virginia... Closed the regu- 
lar season on fire as he 
scored nine points and 
grabbed a career high 10 
rebounds at Virginia... 
Another outstanding effort 
came versus North 
Carolina in Cole Field 



GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 




















1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 




















GAME S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA 


FT-ETA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Mir 


GAME S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blls Stl 


Min 


Chaminade 


4-6 


1-1 


0-1 


9 


0-5 


2 


1 











14 


Georgetown 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


3 





2 








15 


Utah 


3-4 


0-0 


1-1 


7 


0-1 


4 





1 





1 


19 


Cornell 


6-11 


0-0 


0-1 


12 


3-7 








5 


2 


1 


17 


Arizona State 


0-4 


0-1 


0-0 





0-2 


2 














8 


Rider 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


34 


3 





1 





1 


16 


Loyola 


2-5 


0-1 


6-8 


10 


1-6 














2 


15 


UMBC 


2-6 


0-0 


4-5 


8 


0-4 


1 


2 


1 


3 





20 


Bucknell 


3-7 


1-1 


2-2 


9 


3-5 


1 





3 








14 


Morgan State 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 





1-3 














1 


11 


UMBC 


2-5 


1-2 


0-0 


5 


1-2 


1 


2 


1 








14 


Oklahoma 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


3 


1 


2 








18 


Colgate 


6-8 


2-2 


0-0 


14 


1-4 

















12 


Towson State 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


3 














10 


Massachusetts 


3-9 


0-2 


1-3 


7 


4-7 


2 





1 








14 


Hofstra 


6-12 


0-0 


2-5 


14 


5-7 


2 





1 








21 


Towson State 


4-7 


2-3 


1-2 


11 


3-3 


2 


3 


1 








15 


Massachusetts 


4-6 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


1-6 


3 





1 


1 


4 


25 


Morgan State 


4-8 


1-3 


1-3 


10 


1-4 








3 


2 


1 


22 


Ga. Tech 


1-6 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2-5 


2 














16 


La Salle 


5-8 


3-3 


5-6 


18 


3-8 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


19 


N. Carolina 


0-2. 


0-0 


0-0 





2-2 


2 





1 








11 


American 


3-8 


1-3 


2-2 


9 


0-5 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


19 


Florida State 


0-1 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-1 


2 





2 








7 


Georgia Tech 


3-9 


0-2 


0-2 


6 


2-4 


1 





1 


1 





13 


Wake Forest 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-2 


1 


1 


1 








11 


North Carolina 


2-10 


0-2 


0-1 


4 


3-4 


4 





1 








24 


N.C. State 


6-11 


0-0 


43-7 


16 


1-7 


4 


2 


3 








14 


Florida State 


0-5 


0-1 


0-2 





0-1 

















11 


Clemson 


0-8 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


4-6 








2 





1 


11 


Wake Forest 


3-6 


0-1 


0-0 


6 


1-3 





1 





1 


1 


12 


Duke 


5-7 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


2-7 


3 














21 


N.C. State 


3-6 


0-1 


2-4 


8 


3-6 





2 


1 








13 


Virginia 


4-7 


0-0 


0-1 


8 


1-2 


3 





1 








21 


Clemson 


0-1 


0-1 


2-2 


2 


0-2 


2 





1 








13 


Ga. Tech 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-2 


1 





2 





1 


12 


Duke 


3-7 


0-1 


2-2 


8 


1-3 


1 











1 


10 


N. Carolina 


2-7 


1-1 


1-2 


6 


0-1 


5 














15 


Virginia 


2-6 


0-1 


0-4 


4 


1-2 


1 





2 








12 


Florida State 


3-6 


0-0 


2-3 


8 


1-6 


1 





1 


1 





20 


Georgia Tech 


3-5 


1-2 


0-0 


7 


3-3 


4 





1 





1 


11 


Wake Forest 


5-9 


0-1 


0-0 


10 


1-5 


4 


1 


1 





1 


16 


North Carolina 


2-4 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


1-2 











1 





16 


Loyola 


3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


1-4 


1 


1 


4 


3 





26 


Florida State 


1-7 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


1-4 


1 














13 


N.C. State 


0-6 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


2-2 


2 


1 











17 


Wake Forest 


2-4 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


0-3 





1 


1 








12 


Clemson 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


3-3 


4 





2 


1 


1 


19 


Cincinnati 


4-9 


1-2 


4-6 


13 


1-4 


2 














20 


Duke 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


3-5 


2 





2 








15 


N.C. State 


1-3 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


0-1 


3 


1 


1 








13 


Virginia 


1-4 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2-4 





1 











13 


Clemson 


2-5 


2-4 


2-4 


8 


0-1 





1 


1 


1 


1 


19 


Virginia (ACC) 


0-4 


0-1 


0-0 





0-3 


1 





1 





1 


12 


Duke 


1-6 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


1-4 


1 














14 


St. Louis (NCAA) 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-0 


4 





2 








7 


Virginia 


3-7 


2-5 


1-2 


9 


1-6 


3 











1 


20 


Massach (NCAA) 


3-8 


1-1 


3-3 


10 


2-4 


3 


1 


2 





1 


21 


Florida St. (ACC) 


3-6 


0-1 


6-9 


12 


3-5 


3 


1 


1 





1 


20 


Michigan (NCAA) 


1-6 


1-3 


1-2 


4 


1-1 


3 





1 





1 


13 


N. Carolina (ACC) 


2-3 


1-2 


4-6 


9 


1-4 


2 


2 


2 








19 


























Gonzaga (NCAA) 


2-8 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


2-4 


1 














21 


1992-93 Game-by-Game Stats 




















Texas (NCAA) 


3-4 


0-0 


0-2 


6 


2-3 


1 


1 


1 





1 


15 


GAME S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Mm 


UConn (NCAA) 


3-7 


0-3 


1-2 


7 


1-2 


1 











1 


16 


Md.-Balt. Co. 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1-3 


1 














3 


























at West Virginia 
Md.-Eastem Sh. 
American 


5-6 


0-0 


0-1 


10 


0-1 


4 














11 














_ 


— 


~~ 


— 


— 


"" 


0-2 
0-2 


0-0 
0-0 


3-4 
1-2 


3 
1 


4-7 
0-0 


2 
1 




1 



2 


1 








12 


» "" J -*"*«*»l 




9 






■ 


V 


| 
















at La Salle 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





1 


1 








4 












m 


Fs 




| 


1 




P 


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. Tech 


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 




■F 


_ 










M 










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 








Y "~ 


•'>» 
















Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 






' . A I 
















at Duke 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-3 


4 


1 


2 


1 





21 








x »- 
















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 








i s 


















No. Car.-(ACC) 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1-2 


4 


1 


1 





2 


16 



I 



_^ 



House as he scored 10 
points and grabbed three 
rebounds in 25 minutes of 
play... Was four of six from 
the field versus Towson 
State, including three 
straight baskets late in the 



first half to jump-start the 
Terps' offense... His play 
improved as evidenced by 
his increased minutes as 
the season went on... He 
averaged 12 minutes 
played a game throughout 



the season, but over the 
last eight games he aver- 
aged 18 minutes a game 
and played at least 21 min- 
utes in four of the last 
eight games of the sea- 
son... At Fairley: Was an 
Honorable Mention 
McDonald's All- American 
following his senior sea- 
son... Was a first-team All- 
City selection and earned 
Honorable Mention All- 
State honors following his 
senior season... Averaged 
14 points, 10 rebounds, 3.5 
blocked shots and shot 48 
percent from the field as a 
senior... Led Fairley to 
three consecutive city 
championships... Was a 
member of the Fairley var- 



sity that compiled a four- 
year won/lost record of 83- 
18 (82.1 winning percent- 
age). .As a senior, he led 
Fairley to a 25-8 record and 
city and district champi- 
onships... As a junior, he 
averaged 12 points and 10 
rebounds... Played with 
Corey Beck, Dwight 
Stewart and Elmer Martin, 
all members of the 
Arkansas 1994 NCAA 
National Championship 
and 1995 NCAA Runner-up 
teams, at Fairley... His high 
school coach was Sylvester 
Ford... Personal: Born 
March 3, 1974... His full 
name is Mario Deshun 
Lucas. ..He is majoring in 
education. 



41 




A walk-on guard who has earned two varsity letters. . .Adds depth to Maryland's back- 
court. . .Has a positive personality which he brings to practice every day. . .Nicknamed 
'Rudy' by the coaching staff and players in early practice sessions during his fresh- 
man season... Gained the nickname because of his all out hustle and work ethic as 
displayed in the 1993 movie of the same name. .."When I first got the nickname, I 

went back and forth with it. But everybody started picking up on it, the players, the 

coaches. Somehow the fans picked up on it, too"... Earned the WBAL Academic Award and Mr. 
Hustle team awards following the 1995 season... As a Sophomore: Played in a career high 12 
games and scored a career high 12 points, a 1.0 points per game average... Scored a career high 
five points as Maryland defeated Colgate in Cole Field House in a game which was televised 
nationally on ESPN2.. .Scored his first career field goal on a breakaway lay-up with 33 seconds 
remaining in the second half of Maryland's victory over Bucknell in Cole Field House... Appeared 
again on national television in the NCAA Tournament versus Connecticut as the Terps played in 
the West Regional Semifinal Game... Scored two points on one of two shooting from the field... His 
career high of two rebounds came versus Morgan State... Played his best game statistically versus 
Towson State with two points, a career high four assists and a career high two steals... His four 
assists and two steals versus Towson State surpassed his totals from his entire freshman sea- 
son... Enjoyed three consecutive games in December with at least one point - five versus Colgate, 
two versus Towson State and one versus Morgan State. . All three games were played in Cole Field 
House... His career high of seven minutes came also versus Morgan State and Towson State... A 
career best one field goal came in four different games - Bucknell, Colgate, Towson State and 
Connecticut... Was a career best three for three from the line versus Colgate... His performance from 
the line versus Colgate was a personal best for free throws made, attempted and best free throw per- 



Point Guard 
Ht 5-10 Wt 160 

High School: 

Cardinal Gibbons, 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 
(Mark Wilson) 

Birthdate: 

December 1, 1974 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

5 points 

vs. Colgate, 10-8-94 

2 rebounds 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 

4 assists 

vs. Towson State, 
12-12-94 

2 steals 

vs. Towson State, 
12-12-94 



42 




GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 



GAME S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 




Min 
























Loyola 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 





1 











1 


Bucknell 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















2 


UMBC 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


1 











5 


Colgate 


1-2 


0-1 


3-3 


5 


0-0 


1 














5 


Towson State 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 


1 


4 








2 


7 


Morgan State 


0-1 


0-1 


1-2 


1 


0-2 








1 





1 


7 


La Salle 


0-0 


-o-o 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


American 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





1 











2 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





1 











1 


Gonzaga (NCAA) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














1 


UCorm (NCAA) 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 

















1 


1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 




















GAME S 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk Stl 




Min 
























Cornell 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 


1 


1 


2 








6 


Rider 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Morgan State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


1 





2 








2 


Towson State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


1 











3 


Hofstra 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 


1 














3 


N.C. State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Loyola 


0-0 


0-0 


2-4 


2 


1-1 














1 


1 


Michigan (NCAA) 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 



centage, 1.00... As a 
Freshman: Played in nine 
games as a reserve guard... 
Scored a season high of two 
points on two of four shoot- 
ing from the line versus 
Loyola (Md.) in Cole Field 
House... Played a season 
high of six minutes versus 
Cornell as the Terps defeat- 
ed the Big Red in Cole Field 
House. . .Scored his first 
career point versus Hofstra 
in the first round of the 
Abdow's Hall of Fame 
Classic in Springfield, 
Mass... Scored three points 
on the season with all three 
coming on free throws... 
Grabbed a total of three 
rebounds, one each versus 
Cornell, Morgan State and 
Loyola (Md.). . .Played in two 
ACC games, N.C. State and 
Wake Forest and in Mary- 
land's NCAA Tournament 
Midwest Regional Semifinal 
game versus Michigan... At 
Cardinal Gibbons: Was an 
Honorable Mention All- 
State selection following his 
senior season... Earned 
Second team AU-Broward 
County Honors for his 
senior season efforts... 
Averaged 18.7 points and 
9.5 assists to lead the coun- 
ty in assists and finish fifth 
in scoring. . .Started for three 
years on the varsity and 
was team captain during 
both his junior and senior 
seasons... Led Gibbons to 
the District Championship 
and the sectional champi- 
onship game his sophomore 
season... His high school 
coach was Mark Wilson... 
Played at Maramatha 
Academy in Shawnee, 
Kansas his freshman season 
before moving to Ft. 
Lauderdale at age 15... 
Personal: Born December 1, 
1974... His full name is 
Matthew Todd Raydo. 



ALL GAMES 




PTS 


5 


FGM 


1 


FGA 


2 


FG% 


1.00(1-1) 




1-1) 


3FGM 





3FGA 


1 


3FG% 





FTM 


3 


FTA 


4 


FT% 


1.00 (3-3) 


OR 


1 


DR 


2 


REBS 


2 


AST 


4 


BLK 





STL 


2 


MIN 


7 



vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 

vs. four teams 

(last vs. Connecticut, 3-23-95) 

vs. Colgate (12-10-94) 

vs. Connecticut (3-23-95) 

vs. Bucknell (12-8-94) 

vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

vs. five teams 

(last vs. Morgan State, 12-23-94) 

vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
vs. Loyola (Md.) (2-19-94) 
vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
vs. Loyola (Md.) (2-19-94) 
vs. Connecticut (3-23-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 




Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA .Pet 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


9-0 
12-0 


0-4 .000 
4-9 .444 


0-2 .000 
0-3 .000 


3-7 .429 
4-5 .800 


3-0.3 1 2 
12-1.0 1 5 


3-0.3 
6-0.5 


4-0 
4-0 


2 

8 


4 
1 






1 
3 


19 
35 


CAREER 


21-0 


4-13 .308 


0-5 .000 


7-12 .583 15-0.7 2 

ACC STATISTICS 


9-0.4 


8-0 


10 


5 





4 


54 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA .Pet 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


2-0 
2-0 


0-0 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0.0 
0-0.0 


0-0.0 
0-0.0 


0-0 
0-0 



1 














2 

2 


CAREER 


4-0 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 0-0.0 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











4 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA. Pet 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


1-0 
2-0 


0-1 .000 
1-2 .500 


0-1 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 
0-0 .000 


0-0.0 
2-1.0 1 


0-0.0 
1-0.5 


0-0 
0-0 



















1 
2 



CAREER 3-0 



1-3 .333 



0-1 .000 



0-0 .000 



2-0.7 



1-0.3 



0-0 



43 




TOP TEN 




Why Maryland's 
Starting Backcourt of 
Duane Simpkins and 
Johnny Rhodes is One of 
The Best in the Nation 

I The pair has been the starting back- 
court in College Park for 64 consecu- 
tive games. During that time, 
Maryland has advanced to the NCAA 
Tournament "Sweet 16" twice, finished in 
first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference 
standings once and won nearly 70 percent 
of its games. 

9 The pair dished out nearly 8.5 assists and 
averaged over 3.3 steals per game during 
the 1994-95 season. Simpkins and Rhodes 
averaged more assists and steals last season 
than any other returning backcourt in the 
ACC. 

8 Johnny Rhodes enters his senior season 
on pace to shatter the ACC record for 
career steals. He enters the 1995-96 sea- 
son with 234 career steals and a 2.54 steals 
per game average. In addition, he is one of 
only three players in ACC history to have more 
career steals than career turnovers. Should he 
lead the Terps in steals during his senior sea- 
son, he will become only the third player in 
ACC history to lead his team in steals during 
each of his four varsity seasons. 

7 Duane Simpkins is one of only four point 
guards in Maryland history to have aver- 
aged in double figure scoring and at least 
4.5 assists per game in two consecutive sea- 
sons. His averages of 11.1 points and 4.7 
assists during his back-to-back sophomore and 
junior seasons place him in select Terp compa- 
ny with All- American John Lucas, first round 
NBA 1st round draft choice Brad Davis and 
Kevin McLinton. Simpkins is one of only two 
returning players in the ACC to have ranked 
among the top six in assist leaders in both of 
the last two years. 

B Johnny Rhodes returns as the most ver- 
satile player in the league for the 1996 
season and is the only player in school 
history to have at least 500 rebounds, 300 
assists, 200 steals and 100 three point shots 
made during his career 



44 



5Duane Simpkins finished tied for second 
in the ACC in free throw shooting during 
the 1995 season, hitting on 84.1% of his 
free throws and enters his senior season No. 3 
on Maryland's all-time free throw shooting 
percentage list at exactly 80%. Simpkins 
enters the 1996 season looking to become only 
one of six players in school history to shoot 70 
percent or better from the free throw line in 
each of his four varsity seasons. 

4 Johnny Rhodes is one of two returning 
1,000 point career scorers in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. As a junior, he became 
the 29th player in school history to surpass the 
1,000 career point plateau and became only 
the 19th player in school history to surpass the 
combination milestone of 1,000 career points 
and 500 career rebounds. 

3Duane Simpkins averages 11.8 points and 
5.1 assists in 21 career games versus 
teams ranked in the nation's Top-25. In 
three career games versus the nation's No. 1 
ranked team, Simpkins averages 13.3 points 
and 5.3 assists. In six NCAA Tournament 
games, he averages 12.7 points and 5.7 
assists. His career high of 11 assists came 
versus St. Louis in his first ever NCAA 
Tournament game. 

2 Johnny Rhodes averages 13.0 points and 
2.6 steals in 21 career games versus 
teams ranked in the nation's Top-25. In 
three career games versus the nation's No. 1 
ranked team, Rhodes averages 16 points and 
one steal. In six NCAA Tournament games, 
Rhodes averages 13.3 points and 1.7 steals. 
His career high of 10 assists came versus No. 2 
seed Massachusetts in the 1994 NCAA 
Tournament. 

I By seasons end Duane Simpkins and 
Johnny Rhodes will be considered one of 
the best backcourts in school history. The 
present duo compares favorably to the Terps 
best ever backcourt tandem of John Lucas and 
Maurice Howard. In 57 games during the 1974 
and 1975 seasons, Lucas and Howard com- 
bined to average 30.8 points, 5.2 assists, led 
the Terps to a 46-11 record, one ACC regular 
season championship and one trip to the 
NCAA Tournament. In 64 career games during 
the 1994 and 1995 seasons, Simpkins and 
Rhodes have combined to average 24.4 points, 
8.5 assists, have led the Terps to a 44-20 
record, one ACC regular season championship 
and two trips to the NCAA Tournament. 




45 




A 



n All-America Candidate who is on track to become the all-time Atlantic Coast Conference 
leader in career steals and career steals per game.. A pre-season top 25 selection for the pres- 
tigious John R. Wooden National Player of the Year Award.. A Third Team All-ACC Selection 
his junior season and an Honorable Mention All-ACC Selection his sophomore season... He 
enters the season ninth on the all-time ACC lists with 234 career steals and third with 2.54 
steals per game... Is a nominee for the Henry Iba Corinthian Award as the nation's top defen- 
sive player for the second consecutive season... Is Maryland's all-time leader in steals having 
passed current NBA star Walt Williams during his junior season... Enters his senior season holding the nos. 
one, two and three top single season steals marks m Terp history... Set the all-time single season Maryland 
mark for steals in a season with 85 last season, the 1 1th best single season total in ACC history. . .Became only 
the 19th player in Maryland history to surpass the combination milestone of 1,000 career points and 500 career 
rebounds in only his 87th career game... Because of the many extraordinary aspects of his game, he is the 
most versatile player in the ACC... Proving his versatility, Rhodes is the ONLY player in Terp history to have 
at least 500 rebounds, 300 assists, 200 steals and 100 three point shots made during his career... Though he 
plays the shooting guard position for the Terps, Rhodes is anything but a shooting guard. . .He did not play the 
position until he arrived at Maryland, playing small forward in high school and point guard during his single 
season at Maine Central Institute... As a Junior: A third team All-ACC selection who enjoyed one of the top 
all-around seasons of any conference player... With 1,240 career points beginning the season, he is the 
Leading Returning Scorer Among All Players in the ACC for the 1996 season... An Honorable Mention All-East 
Selection by Eastern Basketball Magazine. ..Is one of only seven players in the ACC to rank among the top 15 
in scoring each of the past two years, 1994 and 1995, and is the only one of those players returning for the 1996 
season... Scored a career high 475 total points to tie his career high average of 14.0 points per game and finish 
15th in the ACC in scoring. ..His 1,240 points is the 18th best total in Maryland history... Established the all-time 
single season steals record at Maryland with 85 steals... Also set the per game Maryland steals record with a 2.5 
steals per game average... Enters the season as the Terps' all-time leader in steals with 234, good for ninth best 



All-America Candidate 
Shooting Guard 
Defensive Specialist 

Ht 6-4 Wt 205 

High School: 

Dunbar Catholic, 
Washington, D.C 
(Mike McLeese) 

Birthdate: 

September 13, 1972 

Pre-Season 2nd Team 
All-ACC Selection by 
the Sporting News 

Rated as the 12th best 
shooting guard in the 
nation by The Sporting 
News 

Maryland's backcourt 
is rated as the No. 6 
backcourt unit in the 
Nation by The Sporting 
News 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

27 points 

vs. Bucknell, 12-3-94 

9 rebounds 

vs. North Carolina, 
2-7-95 

10 assists 

vs. American, 12-30-94 

6 steals 

vs. Colgate, 12-8-94 

3 blocked shots 

vs. Florida State, 2-11-95 




46 



on the all-time ACC 

list.. .His career average of 

2.5 steals per game is the 
all-time record at Maryland 
and the third best per game 
average in ACC history... 
Needs only 95 steals to 
become the all-time chief 
thief in the ACC. ..Former 
N.C. State guard Chris 
Corchiam (1988-91) holds 
the all-time conference 
record with 328 steals and 

2.6 steals per game. ..Set 
the all-time Maryland 
record for steals in a career 
with three steals versus 
Massachusetts on 
December 10 at the 
Baltimore Arena... It took 
him only 66 games to 
achieve 176 steals and set 
the school record while it 
took Walt Williams 105 
games to record 175 
steals. . .Became only the 
29th player in school histo- 
ry to reach the 1,000 point 
plateau as he scored 16 
points at Florida State on 
January 10... He has steadi- 
ly moved up the all-time 
scoring charts and enters 
the 1996 season 18th on 
Maryland's all-time scoring 
lists... Became only the 24th 
player in school history to 
grab 500 career rebounds 
as he grabbed six rebounds 
versus Florida State in the 
quarterfinal round of the 
ACC Tournament... In grab- 
bing his 500th career 
rebound, he became only 
the 19th player in school 
history to reach the combi- 
nation milestone of 1,000 
career points and 500 
career rebounds. ..Rhodes 
saw an astronomical 
improvement in his shoot- 
ing touch as a junior as 
compared to his freshman 
and sophomore seasons... 
Emphasizing his incredible 



improvement in his overall 
shooting, Rhodes finished 
fifth overall in the ACC in 
field goal shooting percent- 
age at 52.5%... Shot nearly 
60% (145-242) from two- 
point shot range. . .Among 
the Terps' most durable 
players, he led the Terps in 
minutes played (1,114) for 
the second consecutive sea- 
son... A tenacious rebound- 
er at 6-4, he finished third 
on the team in rebounds 
and led the team in often- - 
sive rebounds through the 
first 10 games of the sea- 
son... A double/double of 17 
points and 10 assists came 
versus American on 
December 30, his season 
high for assists in a game. . . 
May have been at his all- 
time scoring best versus 
North Carolina on February 
7 in Cole Field House... 
Almost singlehandedly 
brought Maryland back from 
a 14 point first half deficit to 
give the Terps an unbeliev- 
able 39-38 halftrme lead... In 
the final 4:50 of the first 
half versus the Tar Heels, 
Rhodes hit a three from the 
right baseline to bring 




Maryland within seven at 
36-29; hit another three to 
close the gap to 36-32, 
scored on a reverse lay-up, 
was fouled and hit the 
bonus to cut the deficit to 
only one and gave the 
Terps their first lead of the 
first half since the opening 
minutes at 37-36 with 
another lay-up at the 1 : 50 
mark... His 21 points for the 
game tied for game high 
honors with Duane 
Simpkins but his nine 
rebounds, four assists, 
two blocks and one steal 
showcased his overall tal- 
ent... Chosen as the 
CBS/Chevrolet Player of the 
Game versus Connecticut in 
the Terps' second consecu- 
tive NCAA Tournament 
"Sweet 16" appearance... 
Scored 22 points, grabbed 
seven rebounds, had five 
assists and hit a pair of 
three point shots versus the 
Huskies. ..Had 12 second 
half points and zero 
turnovers in 17 minutes of 
play as Maryland mounted 
a furious comeback, only to 
fall, 99-89... Enjoyed back- 
to-back spectacular games 
in January versus North 
Carolina and Florida 
State... Scored 21 points, 
grabbed six rebounds, had 
seven assists and one steal 
in 38 minutes as the Terps 
nearly upset the No. 1 
ranked Tar Heels in Chapel 
Hill... He was particularly 
effective when Joe Smith 
was forced to the sidelines 
in the second half with foul 
problems... After Smith 
picked up his fourth foul 
with nearly 17 minutes 
remaining in the second 
half, Rhodes took control of 
the team, helping trim a 
nine point deficit to a two 
point deficit. .In the second 




CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 


27 


FGM 


11 


FGA 


19 


FG% 


.727 (8-11) 


3FGM 


5 


3FGA 


12 


3FG% 


1.00 (3-3) 


FTM 


7 


FTA 


14 


FT% 


1.00 


OR 


11 


DR 


12 


REBS 


13 


AST 


10 


BLK 


3 


STL 


6 



MTN 



44 



vs. Bucknell (12-3-94) 

vs. Bucknell (12-3-94) 

at N.C. State (1-23-94) 

vs. North Carolina (2-7-95) 

at Virginia (3-6-93) 

vs. Georgia Tech (1-5-93) 

vs. American (12-10-92) 

vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 

vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 

vs. 14 teams 

(last at Georgia Tech, 2-4-95) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-5-94) 

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

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

vs. two teams 

(last versus American, 12-30-94) 

vs. Florida State (2-11-95) 

vs. five teams 

(last vs. Colgate, 12-8-94) 

at Georgetown (11-26-94) 



half, Rhodes scored six 
points, grabbed four 
rebounds and dished out 
five assists... He tied his 
career high with 19 shots, 
demanding the ball and 
demanding the Terps to get 

back into the game 

Had at least one steal in 
every game and at least 
one steal has come in 35 
consecutive games and 49 
of his last 50 games... As a 
Sophomore: Earned 
Honorable Mention All-ACC 
honors following an 



extremely strong sopho- 
more season as he set a 
new Terp record for steals 
in a single season with 
78. ..He broke his own 
record of 71 steals which 
he established during his 
freshman year, 1993. ..He 
has since broken that 
record with the stunning 
total of 85 during his junior 
season, 1995... His career 
high of six steals came four 
times during his sophomore 
season, swiping six against 
Rider, Hofstra, Duke and 



ALL GAMES 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


28-27 
30-29 
34-34 


149-355 .420 
148-353 .419 
190-362 .525 


59-173 .341 
40-129 .310 
45-120 .375 


35-66 .530 
38-61 .623 
50-72 .694 


392-14.0 41 104 
374-12.5 86 117 
475-14.0 77 102 


145-5.2 
203-6-8 
179-5.3 


68-1 
98-2 
99-5 


91 
122 

126 


62 

83 
76 


12 

21 
18 


71 
78 
85 


926 
1,028 
1,114 


CAREER 


92-90 


487-1,070.455 


144-422 .341 


123-199 .618 1,241-13.5 204 323 

ACC STATISTICS 


527-5.7 


265-8 


339 


221 


51 


234 


3.068 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


16-15 
16-16 

16-16 


88-216 .407 
77-190 .405 
82-157 .522 


32-105 .305 
23-73 .315 
20-50 .400 


11-23 .478 
21-34 .618 
19-28 .679 


219-13.7 27 46 
198-12.4 56 53 
203-12.7 27 52 


73-4.6 
109-6.8 
79-4.9 


46-1 
48-2 
50-3 


49 
57 
54 


49 
40 
33 


7 

14 
12 


41 
39 
33 


558 
558 
563 


CAREER 


48-47 


247-563 .439 


75-228 .329 


51-85 .600 620-12.9 110 151 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


261-5.4 


144-6 


160 


122 


33 


113 


1,679 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg Off/Reb Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


3-3 

3-3 


15-34 .441 
18-42 .429 


1-7 .143 
4-11 .364 


3-6 .500 
6-9 .667 


34-11.3 5 15 
46-15.3 7 10 


20-6.7 
17-5.7 


9-0 
6-0 


17 
15 


9 
6 


2 



7 
3 


103 
105 



CAREER 



6-6 



33-76 .434 



5-18 .278 9-15 .600 80-13.3 



12 



25 



37-6.2 



15-0 



32 



15 



10 



208 



47 



Clemson...Led the ACC in 
steals with 78 and steals 
per game with a 2.6 aver- 
age... Averaged 12.5 points 
and a personal best 6.8 
rebounds... Finished 15th 
in the ACC in scoring... 
Was in double figures in 
rebounds five times and led 
the Terps in rebounding 
seven times... His season 
high of 12 rebounds came 
twice - at Georgia Tech (to 
go along with 16 points) 
and versus Wake Forest (to 
go along with 19 
points)... Led Maryland in 
three-point shots made for 
the second consecutive sea- 
son... Enjoyed 17 games of 
four or more assists.. .A 
career high of 10 assists 
came versus Massachusetts 
in the second round of the 
NCAA Tournament sending 
the Terps into the NCAA 
Tournament "Sweet 16" for 
the first time since 1985... 
Rhodes achieved a near 
triple-double versus the 
Minutemen with 10 points, 
10 assists and eight 
rebounds... Rhodes scored 
four double/doubles in ACC 
competition.. .Worked 
extremely hard on his 
jumpshot and saw a dra- 
matic improvement over 
the last portion of the sea- 
son... Connected on his 
jumpshot at a 47.2% suc- 
cess rate (61-129) over the 
last 10 games of the season 
to raise his shooting per- 
centage over 40 percent... 
Also improved his three- 
point shooting performance 
as he shot 38.6% (17-44) 
from beyond the arc to up 
his season long perfor- 
mance rate to 31%... As a 
Freshman: A Second Team 
Freshman Ail-American 
Selection by Basketball 
Times... The runner-up for 
the prestigious ACC 
Freshman of the Year 
Award. . .A unanimous 
selection to the inaugural 
ACC All-Freshman Team... 
Named ACC Rookie of the 
Week three times... Led 
ALL league freshmen in 
scoring (14.0), rebounding 
(5.2), steals (2.1), three- 
point shots made per game 
(2.5) and three-point shoot- 
ing percentage (34.1%)... 
Was second among all con- 
ference freshmen in assists 
per game (3. 3)... His 
rebounding average was 
second best among starting 
guards in the conference... 
Scored in double figures in 
23 of 28 games... Selected 
by the USA Today News- 
paper as the top freshman 
shooting guard in a mid- 
season rookie review... 



GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 


















1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 


















GAME S FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Blk 


Stl 


Miii GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO 


Blk 


Stl Min 


Chaminade S 7-10 


2-5 


2-2 


18 


1-6 


3 


4 


1 


3 


31 


Georgetown 


S 


7-14 


2-4 


4-4 


20 


3-4 


4 


4 


2 


1 


3 44 


Utah S 1-2 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


5 


2 


3 


2 


18 


Cornell 


S 


4-11 


0-4 


1-1 


9 


2-8 





6 


1 





4 26 


Arizona State S 8-12 


2-6 


1-1 


19 


3-5 


5 


2 


3 


2 


32 


Rider 


S 


4-9 


1-4 


3-4 


12 


2-4 


4 


6 


4 


1 


6 36 


Loyola S 5-10 


1-5 


2-4 


13 


4-8 


2 


7 


2 1 


4 


32 


UMBC 


S 


7-17 


0-3 


0-1 


14 


4-10 


4 


4 


3 





4 35 


Bucknell S 11-17 


1-2 


4-4 


27 


4-7 


2 


3 


1 1 


3 


28 


Morgan State 


S 


5-8 


2-3 


3-4 


15 


2-8 


1 


4 


2 





2 28 


UMBC S 4-8 


2-6 


1-2 


11 


3-5 


2 


6 


4 


3 


26 


Oklahoma 


S 


4-15 


1-7 


1-2 


10 


1-9 


4 


3 


5 


1 


1 39 


Colgate S 8-13 


1-3 


0-0 


17 


6-7 


1 


3 


2 


6 


26 


Towson State 


S 


5-14 


2-5 


0-0 


12 


2-4 


3 


8 


4 


1 


3 30 


Massachusetts S 6-14 


0-3 


4-6 


16 


7-8 


4 


1 


1 


3 


38 


Hofstra 




2-6 


0-3 


0-0 


4 


3-8 


2 


3 


4 





2 26 


Towson State S 4-7 


1-3 


2-4 


11 


1-2 


2 


4 





5 


20 


Massachusetts 


s 


4-9 


3-5 


1-3 


12 


2-9 


4 


4 


3 





1 38 


Morgan State S 7-10 


1-1 


4-5 


19 


2-4 


1 


5 


2 1 


3 


22 


Ga. Tech 


s 


6-10 


4-5 


2-3 


18 


1-9 


2 


6 


2 


2 


39 


La Salle S 4-11 


1-4 


2-2 


11 


5-8 


3 


3 


3 


2 


31 


N. Carolina 


s 


2-13 


0-5 


2-4 


6 


8-11 


3 


5 


4 





4 38 


American S 6-10 


3-5 


2-2 


17 


1-3 


2 


10 


6 2 


5 


32 


Florida State 


s 


4-10 


0-4 


1-2 


9 


1-3 


3 


2 


3 


1 


2 28 


Georgia Tech S 7-10 


1-2 


1-2 


16 


1-4 


1 


1 


1 


3 


37 


Wake Forest 


s 


2-7 


0-3 


3-5 


7 


2-7 


4 


3 


2 





1 30 


North Carolina S 9-19 


1-4 


2-2 


21 


1-6 


5 


7 


1 


1 


38 


N.C. State 


s 


5-12 


0-3 


0-0 


10 


2-5 


1 


6 


2 


1 


32 


Florida State S 7-12 


0-1 


2-4 


16 


2-6 


2 


2 


1 


2 


34 


Clemson 


s 


4-10 


3-6 


0-0 


11 


0-6 


2 


4 


2 


1 


2 36 


Wake Forest S 8-12 


1-2 


0-0 


17 


2-4 


2 


1 


2 1 


3 


36 


Duke 


s 


6-14 


1-5 


3-4 


16 


2-3 


3 


3 


2 


1 


6 38 


N.C. State S 3-7 


0-2 


3-4 


9 


1-2 


3 


4 


4 


1 


35 


Virginia 


s 


4-13 


3-6 


0-0 


11 


5-7 


3 


5 


3 


2 


4 40 


Clemson S 3-6 


0-3 


0-0 


6 


1-4 


3 


3 


4 


1 


33 


Ga. Tech 


s 


6-16 


1-5 


3-3 


16 


11-12 


4 


4 


1 





1 37 


Duke S 4-7 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


3-7 


3 


3 


1 


3 


36 


N. Carolina 


s 


3-7 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-2 


5 


3 


5 


1 


1 24 


Virginia S 4-12 


2-4 


0-0 


10 


1-5 


2 


3 


4 2 


3 


35 


Florida State 


s 


3-9 


0-3 


4-4 


10 


2-4 


2 


2 





1 


3 36 


Georgia Tech S 3-6 


1-2 


2-2 


9 


4-9 


5 


9 


3 2 


4 


37 


Wake Forest 


s 


7-14 


3-5 


2-6 


19 


7-12 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 32 


North Carolina S 8-11 


4-5 


1-1 


21 


2-5 


3 


4 


3 2 


1 


38 


Loyola 


s 


9-14 


4-7 


0-0 


22 


0-4 


3 


4 


3 





3 27 


Florida State S 6-12 


4-7 


2-3 


18 


1-5 


4 


6 


3 


1 


39 


N.C. State 


s 


10-19 


2-4 


1-3 


23 


5-11 


3 


1 








1 37 


Wake Foarest S 4-10 


1-4 


0-0 


9 


3-8 


5 





4 


1 


32 


Clemson 


s 


5-16 


3-10 


0-0 


13 


4-7 


4 


5 


3 


1 


6 38 


Cincinnati S 6-10 


3-5 


0-0 


15 


1-3 


3 


5 


3 


3 


36 


Duke 


s 


7-15 


2-6 


0-0 


16 


4-5 


5 


4 


6 





3 36 


N.C. State S 4-8 


1-4 


3-6 


12 


1-5 


1 


5 


1 1 


2 


36 


Virginia 


s 


3-5 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


2-5 


3 


1 


2 


2 


5 37 


Clemson S 4-7 


2-3 


3-4 


13 


0-1 


3 


3 


1 1 


3 


30 


Virginia ACC 


s 


3-5 


1-4 


1-2 


12 


4-6 


3 


2 


3 


1 


3 39 


Duke S 5-9 


1-2 


0-0 


11 


1-2 


4 


2 


1 


2 


31 


St. Louis NCAA 


s 


6-9 


0-1 


2-3 


14 


2-5 


3 


1 


5 


1 


3 35 


Virginia S 3-9 


1-5 


0-0 


7 


0-5 


4 


1 


2 


2 


36 


UMass NCAA 


s 


5-11 


0-1 


0-0 


10 


1-8 


2 


10 


1 


1 


36 


Florida State S 6-11 


0-3 


1-3 


13 


1-6 


4 


1 


3 


3 


34 


Michigan 


s 


4-14 


1-5 


1-3 


10 


2-7 


4 


6 


3 





4 32 


North Carolina S 7-17 


3-6 


0-0 


17 


2-8 


4 


1 


3 1 


2 


40 


























Gonzaga S 5-12 


2-5 


0-0 


12 


2-7 


1 


4 


3 


2 


34 


1992-93 Game-by-Game Stats 


















Texas S 4-12 


0-1 


4-6 


12 


1-3 


2 


6 


2 


1 


36 


GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 


3P-3PA 


FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO Bli Stl Min 


Connecticut S 9-18 


2-5 


2-3 


22 


4-7 


3 


5 


1 





35 


Md.-Balt. Co. 


s 


6-12 


2-7 


2-2 


16 


0-4 


2 


2 


1 





4 29 






















at West Virginia ^ 


7-16 


3-9 


0-0 


17 


2-5 


4 


2 


2 


o 


2 28 






















Md.-Eastem Sh 
American 


s 
s 


9-13 

8-13 


2-3 
3-3 


6-9 
1-2 


26 
20 


1-3 
2-8 



1 



4 


1 
1 






2 30 






















2 31 






















at La Salle 


s 


4-13 


2-5 


1-2 


11 


2-6 


3 


7 


2 


1 


3 35 






















Towson St. 


s 


2-7 


2-5 


1-2 


7 


0-2 


1 


2 








1 27 






















Morgan St. 


s 


5-12 


2-4 


2-2 


14 


1-6 


1 


5 


1 


1 


4 26 






r '" 


] 














Louisville 


s 


5-12 


4-9 


1-5 


15 


0-4 


1 


5 


1 





1 38 






















Howard 


s 


4-10 


2-6 


1-2 


11 


0-9 


2 


3 





2 


3 31 






















Georgia Tech 


s 


6-18 


3-12 


0-2 


15 


3-7 


4 


3 


3 





5 33 






i vl 
















at No. Carolina 


s 


6-15 


1-8 


0-0 


13 


0-3 


3 


2 


7 


1 


2 31 






















at Flonda St 


s 


3-12 


2-4 


1-2 


9 


0-4 


4 


2 


3 





1 35 






















Wake Forest 


s 


9-15 


3-7 


0-0 


21 


1-2 


4 


3 


5 





3 34 




















* 


Oklahoma 


s 


3-9 


2-5 


7-14 


15 


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to a 29-1 record and was 


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MVP of the team which 
sent all 10 players to NCAA 
Division I schools... Was 


rebounds and six assi; 

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City Title Championship 


Scored in double figures in 


N.C. State 


in 


the 


opening 




named the Converse Player 


game 


in 1991 


...Was named 


eight of the last nine games 


round and 15 points and 




of the Year in the state of 


the MVP of the Capital All- 


and 11 of the final 




five rebounds 


versus North 


Maine... Max Good, his 




Stars 


in the 1991 Capital 


13... Closed the regular 


sea- 


Carolina in the quarterfinal 


coach at MCI, called 




Classic Ail-Star game. 


.His 


son with a bang as he 




rounc 


...His 26 points ver- 




Rhodes, "The best overall 


high school coach was 




scored a game high 23 




sus UMES early 


in the 


sea- 


player he had ever 




Michael McLeese, currently 


points on 64 percent shoot- 


son ranks 


among the top 10 


coached". ..At Dunbar High 


the Head Coach at Howard 


ing at Virginia. . .Player. 




scoring efforts by all Terp 




School: Was named the 


University 


..Personal: 


Born 


very well in his first ACC 


freshmen. 


At Maine 






Washington Post Player of 


September 13 


, 1972 


...His 


Tournament game, with a 


Central Institute: Averaged 


the Year and 


was a unani- 


full name is Johnny I.V. 


career high 13 rebounds 


17.7 points, 11.4 assists and 


mous All-Metropolitan 




Rhodes. ..He is majoring in 


and seven assists versus 


6.7 rebounds 


as 


the start - 




selection following his stel- 


criminal justice. 









48 




DUANE SIMPKINS 



An All- Atlantic Coast Conference Candidate as one of the top returning point guards in the con- 
ference... Is on pace to become one of the most productive point guards in school history... A 
returning two-time Honorable Mention All-ACC selection... Is one of only five ACC seniors to 
have received All-ACC mention in each of the past two years... Maryland is 44-20 with 
Simpkins as its starting point guard over the past two seasons. ..Begins the season with 365 
career assists, No. 7 on the all-time Maryland career assist list... Is one of only four point 
guards in Maryland history to have averaged in double figure scoring and at least 4.5 assists 
per game in two consecutive seasons... Simpkins averaged 11.1 points and 4.7 assists during his back-to-back 
sophomore and junior seasons... He joins Ail-American John Lucas, first round NBA draft choice Brad Davis 
and Kevin McLinton...Simpkins's 4.0 assists per game average for his 92 game career is currently the fourth 
best career average at Maryland. ..He is one of only two returning players in the ACC to have ranked among 
the top six in assist leaders in both of the last two years... Finished tied for second in the ACC in free throw 
shooting as a junior, hitting on 84.1% of his free throws... Enters his senior season No. 3 on Maryland's all-time 
free throw shooting percentage list... His 80.0% (224-280) success rate is third behind only Greg Manning 
(85.8%) and Jim O'Brien (80.3%). . Among the Terps Ail-Time career leaders in three point shots made (85) and 
attempted (220)... His 85 shots made is the fourth most in school history while his 220 shots attempted is the 
fourth most in school history... Has earned the team awards for most assists and outstanding free throw shoot- 
er for the last two consecutive seasons... As a Junior: An Honorable Mention All-ACC Selection for the sec- 
ond consecutive season... An Honorable Mention All-ACC Selection by Ron Morris of Basketball Weekly who 
noted that Simpkins was -Among others who deserve honorable mention and easily could replace anyone on 
the third team'. .An Honorable mention All-East Selection by Eastern Basketball.. Averaged 10.5 points, 2.1 
rebounds and a career high 4.8 assists... His 4.8 assists placed him sixth in the ACC in that category marking 
the second consecutive season that he had finished No. 6 in the conference in assists... Led the Terps in 
assists 20 times during his junior season... Finished third in the ACC in free throw shooting for the second 
consecutive season... He is the only returning player in the ACC to have finished among the free throw shoot- 



AU-ACC Candidate 
Point Guard 
Ht 6-0 Wt 178 

High School: 

DeMatha Catholic, 
Hyatsville, MD 
(Morgan Wootten) 

Birthdate: 

April 9, 1974 

Rated as the No. 12 
Point Guard in the 
Nation by the Sporting 
News 

Maryland's backcourt 
is rated as the No. 6 
backcourt unit in the 
Nation by The 
Sporting News 

1994-95 SEASON HIGHS 

24 points 

vs. Georgia Tech, 2-4-95 

5 rebounds 

vs. N.C. St., 1-22-95, 
Cincinnati, 2-19-95, 
Gonzaga, 3-16-95 

11 assists 

vs. Morgan State, 
12-23-94 

3 steals 

vs. UMBC, 12-5-94 




49 



tag percentage top 10 in 
both of the last two sea- 
sons... ished among the 
free throw shooting per- 
centage top 10 in both of 
the last two seasons... 
Scored 10 points/11 assists 
in Maryland's big victory 
over Morgan State and 
scored 10 points/10 assists 
in the ACC season opener 
versus Georgia Tech. . . 
Enjoyed quite possibly the 
greatest overall game of 
his career as he scored 21 
points to go along with 
seven assists and one 
blocked shot as Maryland 
defeated No. 1 North 
Carolina before a frenzied 
Cole Field House crowd. . . 
Scored his career high of 
24 points versus Georgia 
Tech in Atlanta on 
February 4. . .Stroked a 
career high tying five three 
point shots versus the 
Yellow Jackets. . .Marked 
the second consecutive 
game that he had hit five 



three pomt shots versus 
Georgia Tech at Alexander 
Memorial Coliseum... Back- 
to-back 20 point games 
versus Georgia Tech and 
North Carolina is a career 
best... Scored 20 points on 
a near perfect 10-11 shoot- 
ing performance versus 
Utah in the second round 
of the Maui Invitational... 
The game was played on 
ESPN and advanced 
Maryland to the champi- 
onship game of the tourna- 
ment. . .Again turned in a 
great performance on 
national television as 
Maryland defeated 
Gonzaga, 87-63, to mark 
the second consecutive 
opening round NCAA 
Tournament victory... His 
20-point performance ver- 
sus Gonzaga marked the 
second time during his 
career that he had scored 
20 points or more in an 
NCAA Tournament 
game... Scored 17 second 




half points to lead 
Maryland past Wake 
Forest in Cole Field 
House... Finished the 
game with seven assists 
and did not commit a 
turnover in the second 
half. . .Held All- American 
and 1995 NBA first round 
draft choice Randolph 
Childress to 15 points and 
seven assists (both below 
his season averages) and 
Simpkins forced him mto a 
season high eight 
turnovers . . . Simpkins 
played extraordinarily well 
versus Childress, the 
future first rounder, as a 
starter. . . As a starter in 
four career games, 
Simpkins averaged nearly 
six points above his career 
average while holding 
Childress to 34.7 shootmg 
from the field and only 11 
points per game-nearly 
eight points below his 
career scoring average... 
As a Sophomore: Earned 
Honorable Mention All- 
ACC honors as the Terps' 
starting point guard... Was 
given the ball by Head 
Coach Gary Williams on 
the first day of practice 
and performed well all sea- 
son... Averaged a career 
best 11.9 points, 1.5 steals 
and 33.3 minutes played a 
game as he proved his 
mettle as one of the top 
point guards m the 
nation... His extraordinary 
play in the 1994 NCAA 
Tournament as the Terps 
advanced to the "Sweet 
16" showed the rest of the 
country what the state of 
Maryland and the ACC 
region already knew - that 
Simpkins had become one 
of the top floor leaders in 
the conference... Finished 
among the top-20 in scor- 
ing in the ACC with his 

ALL GAMES 




PTS 


24 


FGM 


8 


FGA 


14 


FG% 


1.00 (4-4) 




(5-5) 


3FGM 


5 




5 


3FGA 


8 


3FG% 


1.00 


FTM 


11 


FTA 


11 




11 


FT% 


1.00 


OR 


2 


DR 


6 


REBS 


6 


AST 


11 




11 


BLK 


2 


STL 


6 


MIN 


42 



vs. Georgia Tech (2-4-95) 

vs. North Carolina (2-7-95) 

vs. North Carolina (1-8-94) 

vs. Gonzaga (3-16-95) 

vs. Rider (11-30-94) 

vs. N.C. State (1-22-94) 

at Georgia Tech (1-4-94) 

at Georgia Tech (2-4-95) 

at N.C. State (2-23-94) 

vs. five teams 

(last time vs. N.C. State, 1-22-94) 

vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

vs. Utah (11-22-94) 

vs. 27 teams 

(last vs. Gonzaga, 3-16-95) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. Michigan, 3-25-94) 

vs. Cornell (11-27-94) 

vs. UMBC (12-2-94) 

vs. three teams 

(last at. Georgia Tech, 1-4-93) 

vs. St. Louis (3-17-94) 

vs. Morgan Srare (12-23-94) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. Wake Forest, 1-14-95) 

vs. Hofstra (12-28-93) 

vs. North Carolina (3-11-95) 



11.8 points per game aver- 
age... Finished tied for 
sixth in the ACC in 
assists... Finished third in 
the ACC among all players 
in free throw percentage 
with a Terps' starters best 
78.4% mark... Tied the AU- 
Time Maryland record for 



consecutive free throws 
made as he connected on 
32 consecutive during an 
eight game span... He 
joined former Terp All- 
American Len Bias and 
Bob O'Brien m the Terp 
record books... Simpkins 
also tied the Ail-Time Terp 



Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


28-0 
30-30 
34-33 


22-76 .289 
115-237 .485 
106-238 .445 


7-27 .259 
38-88 .432 
40-105 .381 


31-43 .721 
87-111 .784 
106-126 .841 


82-2.9 
355-11.8 
358-10.5 


3 
15 

10 


28 
62 
62 


31-1.1 
77-2.6 
72-2.1 


44-0 
73-4 
74-0 


67 
136 
162 


55 
94 
96 


2 
3 
10 


19 
45 
28 


304 
998 
1,109 


CAREER 


92-63 


243-551 .441 


85-220 .386 


224-280 .800 


795-8.6 

ACC 


28 


152 


180-2.0 


191-4 


365 


245 


15 


92 


2,411 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 


16-0 
16-16 
16-16 


10-47 .213 
69-137 .504 
58-131 .443 


1-16 .063 
27-57 .474 
20-54 .370 


6-12 .500 
48-61 .787 
54-60 .900 


27-1.7 
213-13.3 
190-11.9 


2 

10 
7 


11 
29 
29 


13-0.8 
39-2.4 
36-2.3 


26-0 
30-2 
33-0 


33 
63 
79 


27 
51 
44 


2 
2 
4 


7 

17 
10 


196 
557 
554 


CAREER 


48-32 


137-315.435 


48-127 .378 


108-133 .812 430-9.0 19 69 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 


88-1.8 


89-2 


175 


122 


8 


34 


1,307 


Year 


Gms-Strt 


FG-FGA.Pct 


3's-3'sA .Pet 


FT-FTA .Pet 


Pts-Avg 


Off/Reb 


Def/Reb 


Tot-Avg 


PF-Dq 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1993-94 
1994-95 


3-3 
3-3 


11-26 .423 
12-27 .444 


2-11 .181 
4-12 .333 


12-17 .706 
8-12 .667 


36-12.0 
36-12.0 


3 

1 


7 
6 


10-3.3 
7-2.3 


7-0 
10-0 


22 
12 


12 
10 






5 
3 


112 
96 



CAREER 



6-6 



23-53 .434 



6-23 .261 20-29 .690 72-12.0 



13 



17-2.8 



17-0 



34 22 



208 



50 



record for free throw per- 
centage in a game as he 
scored a perfect 11-11 from 
the line versus Virginia on 
March 5, in a game to help 
the Terps to their first 
NCAA Tournament in six 
years... Enjoyed the sensa- 
tion of scoring the game 
winning basket versus 
15th ranked Georgetown 
with three seconds remain- 
ing on November 
26...Simpkins took the 
inbounds pass from in 
front of the Terps' bench, 
drove around Hoya guard 
Joey Brown and hit an 
arching, left handed shot 
over the outstretched hand 
of forward Don Reid for the 
game winning basket... "I'll 
cherish this for the rest of 
my life, " Simpkins pro- 
claimed following the 
game... Simpkins' brilliant 
season continued in high 
gear as he scored in dou- 
ble figures in 21 of 
Maryland's remaining 29 
games... Enjoyed back-to- 
back-to back- 18 point 
games in December and 
January with his then 
career high of 18 coming 
versus No. 9 
Massachusetts, No. 12 
Georgia Tech and No. 2 
North Carolina... His ACC 
coming out party occurred 
in Atlanta on January 4 as 
Simpkins proclaimed him- 
self Maryland's court gen- 
eral... Against the Yellow 
Jackets, he scored 18 
points on six of eight 
shooting from the field 
including five of six from 
three point range... His 
defensive pressure on 1995 
NBA first round draft 
choice Travis Best limited 
the second-team All-ACC 
player to 13 points on four 
of 11 shooting in 39 min- 



GAME BY GAME STATS 



1994-95 Game by Game Statistics 



1993-94 Game by Game Statistics 




GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO 


Blk Stl Min 


GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR 


PF Ast TO But Stl 


Min 


Chaminade 


s 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 3 


0-1 


2 


5 


1 





1 31 


Georgetown 


s 


3-12 


0-3 


3-4 


9 


1-3 


4 


3 


3 





1 


41 


Utah 


s 


4-6 


2-3 


10-11 20 


1-4 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 37 


Cornell 


S 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


0-6 


1 


4 


1 





1 


26 


Arizona State 


s 


1-5 


0-1 


6-6 8 


0-1 


4 


8 


6 


2 


39 


Rider 


s 


4-4 


0-0 


1-1 


9 


0-1 


4 


2 


2 








22 


Loyola 


s 


4-9 


1-3 


1-2 10 


0-2 


2 


5 


4 





2 32 


UMBC 


s 


4-8 


0-2 


3-4 


11 


0-6 


4 


5 


4 





4 


36 


Bucknell 


s 


4-6 


1-3 


4-4 13 


0-0 


1 


6 


4 


1 


2 26 


Morgan State 


s 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


0-0 


5 


2 


2 





1 


18 


UMBC 


s 


0-1 


0-0 


7-8 7 


0-0 


3 


3 


2 





3 25 


Oklahoma 


s 


4-8 


0-2 


2-3 


10 


1-3 


2 


8 


5 








31 


Colgate 


s 


4-7 


2-4 


2-2 12 


0-2 


2 


5 


2 





2 24 


Towson State 


s 


1-2 


0-0 


2-3 


4 


0-2 


2 


8 


2 





3 


29 


Massachusetts 


s 


1-6 


0-3 


1-4 3 


0-2 


3 


4 


5 





37 


Hofstra 


s 


3-5 


2-2 


2-2 


10 


0-2 


2 


5 


2 





6 


26 


Towson Sttae 


s 


0-2 


0-2 


4-4 4 


0-1 


2 





3 





1 14 


Massachusetts 




6-10 


2-3 


4-5 


18 


0-1 


4 


3 


5 





1 


31 


Morgan State 


s 


2-2 


0-0 - 


6-9 10 


0-1 


2 


11 


2 


1 


1 19 


Ga. Tech. 


s 


6-8 


5-6 


1-1 


18 


1-6 


2 


6 


7 


1 





34 


La Salle 


s 


5-10 


3-6 


1-2 14 


0-4 





4 


3 


1 


2 32 


N. Ciolina 


s 


7-14 


0-6 


4-7 


18 


0-3 


2 


5 


3 





1 


37 


American 


s 


6-10 


4-7 


0-0 16 


0-1 


2 


5 


2 





30 


Florida State 


s 


4-8 


0-2 


2-2 


10 


1-2 


1 


6 


3 





2 


39 


Georgia tech 


s 


3-9 


2-5 


2-2 10 


0-4 


3 


10 


4 





38 


Wake Forest 


s 


3-7 


0-0 


5-6 


11 


0-1 


1 





3 








38 


North Carolina 


s 


1-5 


1-3 


1-2 4 


1-3 


3 


4 


2 





33 


N.C. State 


s 


5-5 


3-3 


3-4 


16 


1-4 





3 











30 


Florida State 


s 


1-4 


0-1 


4-4 6 


1-0 


4 


2 


3 





1 34 


Clemson 


s 


6-9 


4-6 


2-4 


18 


1-2 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


35 


Wake Forest 


s 


4-8 


3-5 


6-6 17 


1-2 


2 


7 


4 


2 


1 36 


Duke 


s 


3-10 


1-2 


4-7 


11 


0-2 


1 


3 


4 





3 


40 


N..C. State 


s 


3-7 


2-5 


6-6 14 


0-5 





6 


3 





34 


Virginia 


s 


2-8 


1-3 


2-2 


7 


0-0 


5 


3 


3 





1 


28 


Clemson 


s 


3-5 


1-3 


3-3 10 


1-3 


2 


4 


2 





37 


Ga. Tech 


s 


1-5 


1-3 


2-4 


5 


0-1 


5 


1 


2 





1 


36 


Duke 


s 


4-8 


1-2 


0-0 9 


0-1 


2 


5 


2 





36 


N. Carolina 


s 


5-6 


2-3 


3-4 


15 


0-2 





5 


4 





3 


35 


Virginia 


s 


4-10 


0-2 


2-2 10 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 





2 35 


Florida State 


s 


4-10 


2-4 


2-2 


12 


0-2 


4 


3 


7 





1 


33 


Georgia tech 


s 


7-10 


5-7 


5-6 24 


0-1 


3 


6 


2 





31 


Wake Forest 


s 


6-9 


0-0 


2-2 


14 


1-2 


3 


5 


3 





3 


31 


North Carolina 


s 


8-12 


2-4 


3-3 21 


0-3 





7 


3 


1 


36 


Loyola 


s 


3-6 


1-2 


7-7 


14 


0-3 


2 


7 


3 





4 


31 


Florida State 


s 


2-8 


0-4 


7-8 11 


0-3 





5 


2 





1 37 


N.C. State 


s 


6-15 


2-8 


4-4 


18 


2-4 





2 


4 








36 


Wake Forest 


s 


3-11 


0-3 


4-4 10 


1-1 


2 


3 


2 





2 36 


Clemson 


s 


7-11 


4-6 


0-0 


18 


1-2 


3 


7 


3 





1 


37 


Cincinnati 


s 


2-6 


0-1 


0-0 4 


1-5 


3 


7 


3 





1 35 


Duke 


s 


3-6 


2-3 


1-1 


9 


1-2 





5 


1 








35 


N.C. State 


s 


5-8 


1-1 


5-6 16 


1-2 


3 


3 


7 





1 30 


Virginia 


s 


1-6 


2-3 


11-11 


13 


1-4 


2 


5 











35 


Clemson 


s 


2-5 


1-3 


3-4 8 


0-3 


1 


5 


1 





1 36 


Virginia ACC 


s 


5-11 


0-2 


2-2 


14 


0-1 


5 


4 


2 


1 


2 


38 


Duke 


s 


4-10 


0-2 


3-4 11 


0-1 


3 


5 


3 





1 32 


St. Louis NCAA 


s 


3-7 


2-4 


1-2 


7 


0-4 


2 


11 


3 





2 


37 


Virginia 


s 


4-11 


1-4 


0-0 9 


1-1 


4 


3 


3 


1 


33 


Massach NCAA 


s 


5-6 


0-3 


6-10 


16 


1-2 


2 


6 


5 





1 


39 


Flonda St. (ACC) S 


1-3 


1-1 


0-0 3 


0-2 





2 


4 





36 


Michigan NCAAS 


3-13 


0-4 


5-5 


11 


2-4 


3 


5 


4 





2 


36 


N. Carolina (ACC) S 


1-5 


1-3 


2-2 5 


0-3 


3 


3 








42 




























Gonzaga (NCAA) S 


7-14 


3-6 


4-4 21 


1-5 


2 


4 


4 





1 32 


1992-93 Game-by-Game Stats 




















Texas (NCAA) 


s 


1-2 


0-1 


4-8 6 


0-1 


4 


5 


5 





29 


GAME 


s 


FG-FGA 3P-3PA FT-FTA 


Pts OR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl 


Min 


UConn (NCAA) 


s 


4-11 


1-5 


0-0 9 


0-1 


4 


5 


1 





1 36 


Md.-Balt. Co. 
at West Vuginia 




1-4 
0-0 


0-1 
0-0 


3-4 
0-0 


5 



0-0 
0-0 


2 
1 


5 
1 


3 
1 






1 



18 
11 
























utes of play. 


..Continued 


high six assists versus No. 


Md.-Eastern Sh. 
American 




0-0 
1-2 


0-0 
0-0 


2-2 

4-7 


2 
6 


0-2 
0-0 


2 



5 
4 


3 
3 






1 
1 


16 
14 


his torrid scoring stretch 


6 Duke At DeMatha 


Was 


at La Salle 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





2 


1 








6 


throughout the entire 


sea- 


a Parade Magazine Ail- 


Towson St. 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 








3 








10 


son as he scored in double 


American and a 








Morgan St. 




2-5 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


1-3 


1 





2 





1 


17 


figures of 13 of 16 ACC 


McDonald 


s AU-American 


Louisville 




1-2 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 





1 


15 


games to average 13.3 




following his 


senior sea- 


Howard 




1-1 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


0-3 


1 


6 


2 





2 


17 


points in conference games 
only, the second best on 


son... Was the youngest 
starting guard in DeMatha 


Georgia Tech 
at No. Carolina 
at Florida St. 




2-7 
2-5 

0-1 


1-4 
0-1 
0-1 


1-4 
0-0 
0-0 


6 
4 



0-0 
2-3 
0-1 



1 
4 


3 
2 
2 


1 
2 
2 





o 


1 
2 
1 


19 
18 
9 


the team... Scored in dou- 


history and the first fresh- 


Wake Forest 




0-4 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 


2 


1 





1 


15 


ble figures at least once 


man to earn 


/arsity sta- 


Oklahoma 




0-1 


0-1 


5-6 


5 


0-3 


4 


3 


3 





2 


18 


agamst every ACC team 


tus... 


Named DeMatha 


's 


at N.C. State 




0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


2 





1 








1 


and twice versus five ACC 


Most Valuable Player, 


an 


at Clemson 




0-3 


0-2 


0-1 





0-1 


1 





2 


1 


1 


7 


foes. ..As a Freshman: 


Was 


award that had previously 


Duke 




2-7 


0-1 


2-2 


6 


0-1 


4 


6 


4 








22 


outstanding at his firs 




gone 


to Danny Ferry, 




Virginia 




0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 

















8 


ACC Tournament to close 
the season, averaging 1 1 


Adrian Dantley and Gary 
Ward... Led the Stags to 


at Ga Tech 
North Carolina 
Florida State 




0-2 
1-2 
0-2 


0-2 
0-0 
0-0 


0-0 
0-1 
0-0 



2 



0-1 
0-0 
0-0 


1 
1 
1 


2 
1 
1 


3 
1 
4 





o 




1 


20 
9 
13 


points and 3.5 assists 


n 


the City Championship and 


at Wake Forest 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





2 











3 


two ACC Tournament 




the No. 3 national ranking 


N.C. State 




0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-3 


2 


1 


1 








10 


games... Scored 


a season 


his senior season.. 


Was 


Clemson 




1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


1 














4 


high 14 points in 




Most Valuable Player of 


at Duke 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


4 


6 


3 








16 


Maryland's first round 


win 


the City Championship 


at Virginia 




2-7 


0-2 


1-2 


5 


0-2 


2 


5 


2 


2 


1 


19 


over N.C. State and scored 


game 


...As 


a 


unior, 


he led 


NC State-ACC 




3-4 


2-3 


6-6 


14 


0-2 


2 


1 


1 





1 


21 


eight points and dished off 


the Stags to a perfect 30-0 


No. Car. -ACC 




3-8 


1-3 


1-2 


8 


0-1 


3 


6 


4 





2 


25 



six assists versus North 
Carolina in the quarterfi- 
nals... Played in all 28 
games, averaging 2.9 
pomts, 1.1 rebounds and 
2.4 assists. ..His 67 total 
assists were fourth best on 
the team... Scored five 
pomts and dished off five 
assists in only 19 minutes 
in the regular season finale 
versus Virginia... Played 
well agamst No. 12 
Oklahoma after the Terps' 
starting guard Kevin 
McLinton was lost to 
injury. ..Played a regular 
season high 22 minutes 
and dished off a season 



record while averaging 10 
points, six assists and 
three steals... In his three 
years as a 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 majoring 
in speech communications 
and would like to be a 
sportscaster. .He interned 
at the high powered televi- 
sion station, WJLA-7 in 
Washington, DC. during 
the summer before his 
senior season at Maryland. 




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it 



H 



e's only been playing three years. But he's big and powerful and has something that you 
can't teach - size. I think Maryland's getting a valuable addition, " said recruiting expert 
Bob Gibbons soon after Ekezie signed his National Letter of Intent during the early sign- 
ing period in November... The most likely heir to 1995 National Player of the Year Joe 
Smith's throne at the center position... His strength and rebounding skills caught the eyes 
of many Division I recruiters as his senior season progressed... Was considered by many 
recruiting services as one of the top three big men in the Eastern part of the U.S.... Made 
his Cole Field House debut in the 1995 Capital Classic as a member of the U.S. All-Star Team. ..Scored four 
points and grabbed six rebounds in only 12 minutes of play... Was among the game leaders in rebounds per 
minute... Showed his soft shooting touch during the game as he hit his only field goal attempt and was a per- 
fect two-of-two from the free throw line... Averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds as a junior for Worcester 
Academy which dominated a schedule peppered with junior varsity Ivy League foes. ..His height, strength 
and wide body make him almost impossible to defend in the interior... Worked during his senior season on 
perfecting his low post moves and developing a hook shot... Is extremely coachable and the Terp coaching 
staff sees his best years of basketball being in the future... Played on the championship team at the 1995 
Boston Shootout, one of the top AAU Tournaments in the country... Averaged 7.7 points and four rebounds 
including 11 points, five rebounds and two blocked shots in the championship game.. A native of Nigeria and 
an Honor Student at Worcester Academy. . .Came to the United States in 1993 to complete his high school edu- 
cation at the urging of his father who is an oil company executive who travels to the United States on busi- 
ness several times during the year... Became comfortable with the University of Maryland after exploring his 
recruiting options during the summer of 1994... Found that Maryland was one of nine institutions in the coun- 
try that offers the computer engineering business degree that he is seeking... Personal: Born August 22, 
1975... Full name is Obinna Ralph Ekezie. 



52 



Forward/Center 
Ht 6-10 Wt 250 

High School: 

Worcester (Mass.) 
Academy 
(Tom Blackburn) 

Birthdate: 

August 22, 1975 





H 



441 I e gets up very weUi t)Ut even more im POrtant is the fact that he is a very quick leaper. He gets 

off the floor so fast that you better be paying attention or you might miss something. You 
expect his kind of quickness from a guy 6-foot," said high school talent scout Dan Painter... A 
member of the U.S. team in the Capital Classic All-Star game at Cole Field House who was in 
contention for Most Valuable Player honors until the final buzzer... Was among the teams' 
leading scorers with 12 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals in 26 minutes of 
play. ..Hit on five-of 11 field goals and was second on the team in rebounds... Will see a lot of 
time off the bench and can play as many as three positions well... Is a definite scoring threat who is a great leaper 
and creator, who is not afraid to go inside despite his slender frame... A perimeter player who can create off the 
dribble and finish with either hand in traffic... The Gatorade Player of the Year in the State of Delaware for his 
senior season... Scored a school record 1,500 points during his career... Moved from point guard to wing guard 
midway through his senior season and enjoyed a marked improvement in his game... Averaged nearly 30 points 
a game over the last 10 games of his senior season and finished the season averaging 25.8 points per game, 8.9 
rebounds and 4.6 assists... Also blocked 60 shots and was credited with 80 steals during the season. ..Led Cesar 
Rodney to the state championship semifinals as he averaged 34 points per game in the Riders' two first round 
games... Scored 28 points and was named the Most Valuable Player of the Delaware State High School All-Star 
game following his senior season. ..Considered to be a Top 50 national prospect following his senior season, he 
signed on the first day of the fall signing period m November. . . Caught the eye of many of the top flight Division 
I schools as he averaged 22 points and eight rebounds as a junior and was a standout performer at the Nike Camp 
during the Summer of 1994. .A two-time All-Henlopen Conference selection, his junior and senior years. ..First 
played in Cole Field House during the Charlie Weber AAU Tournament in September of his senior season... An 
honor student who took college and advanced courses throughout his prep career and scored 1,010 on his first try 
at the SAT... Often likened to former Terp All-American Walt Williams... Played with the D.C. Players - the area's 
top AAU team last summer... Personal: Born August 5, 1977... Full name is Laron Bronta Profit. 



ACC Rookie of the Year 
Candidate 



Wing Guard/Quick side 
Forward 

Ht 6-6 Wt 180 

High School: 

Cesar Rodney, 
Dover, DE. 
(Tim Savage) 

Birthdate: 

August 5, 1977 




" 3 

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53 




TERRELL STOKES 



ithout question, Terrell Stokes is the No. 1 pure point guard in the nation. If you want the 
ultimate point guard, you want Stokes," said recruiting expert Bob Gibbons during the 
evaluation period for high school seniors... There was elation from the Terp basketball staff 
and its legion of supporters when Stokes announced Maryland as his college of choice on 
May 11, during the spring signing period... Invited as one of only 16 high school seniors to 
try out for the U.S. Junior World Championship team this past summer... The starting point 
guard for the U.S. All-Star team in the Capital Classic... He finished as the fourth highest 
scorer on the team. ..He handed out a game high six assists... Scored the game winning basket for the U.S. All- 
Stars in the Capital Classic, joining Danny Manning, Dereck Whittenberg and Jason Kidd as high school stars who 
had scored the game winning basket in the Capital Classic... With the Capital Classic on the line in overtime in 
his future home of Cole Field House, Stokes dazzled the "hometown" crowd. ..In the overtime, he hit two free 
throws to give the U.S. All-Stars a 118-117 lead; then scored the game winner with a soft 10-foot jumper, giving 
his team a 122-121 lead. ..With 25 seconds remaining, he assisted on the final basket of the game, giving the U.S. 
the 124-121 victory... Played with current Terp freshmen Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit on the U.S. Team in the 
Capital Classic... Averaged 13.8 points, 9.4 assists, 9.2 rebounds and 5.8 steals as a senior in leading perennial 
powerhouse Simon Gratz to the Philadelphia City Title game... Posted two guadrupal double-doubles as a 
senior... Posted two triple-doubles as a senior, establishing single game career high scoring marks of 29 points 
and 17 assists... Comes from the same high school, Simon Gratz, as former North Carolina and now NBA star 
Rasheed Wallace... Helped lead Simon Gratz to a four-year record of 109-11 (.908) and two Philadelphia Public 
League championships. . .A member of the 13-player All- Tournament team at the Adidas ABCD Camp in Teaneck, 
N.J. during the summer of 1994... Likes to set the tone of a game with his passing and defense... A finesse player 
who passes the ball extremely well in all situations... His abilities will tremendously improve the Terps ability to 
penetrate off the dribble... Ranked No. 37 on the Blue Chip illustrated list of the Top-100 High School Players of 
1995. ..Personal: Born Jan 8, 1976. ..His full name is Terrell Montez Stokes. 



ACC Rookie of The Year 
Candidate 

Point Guard 
Ht6-0Wtl75 

High School: 

Simon Gratz, 
Philadelphia, PA 
(Bill Ellerbee) 

Birthdate: 

January 8, 1976 




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A VISIT TO PARADISE 



Aloha was the 
word for the 
Terps as they 
opened the 1994-95 
season on the island 
paradise of Maui, 
Hawaii. The trip 
included high level 
basketball, snorkeling, 
jet-skiing, seafood, 
sunsets and compan- 
ionship. 

The Terps viewed the 
Maui Invitational as an 
early springboard into 
the regular season. 
What they found when 
they arrived was qual- 
ity competition, an 
ACC tournament like 
atmosphere and all of 
the sun and sand that 
could be absorbed dur- 
ing a six day stay on 
the island. 
The team landed at 
the Maui airport and 
bused through the 
island's vast lava 
fields to Lahaina on 
the western side of 
the island. The team 




viewed numerous 
extraordinary sights 
during the short 
sojourn to the team 
hotel including the 
many mountains jet- 
ting from the ocean 
floor and the beautiful 
flora abounding those 
peaks. 



The Terps practiced at 
the Lahaina Civic 
Center on Saturday 
and at a local high on 
Sunday in preparation 
for its first game 
against the host team 
Chaminade University. 
The team was kept on 
College Park time for 



the first game which 
necessitated a 4:30 
a.m. wake up call for 
its 9:00 a.m. tip-off 
versus the Silvers- 
words. The early tip- 
off time in Hawaii 
allowed the Terps to 
showcase their No. 7 
national ranking to the 




entire nation as part of 
ESPN's college basket- 
ball package. 
Maryland eased past 
Chaminade, 95-67, as 
center Joe Smith 
scored 26 points and 
guard Johnny Rhodes 
added 18. Maryland's 
next opponent was a 
surprising Utah team 
which upset Indiana 
in the first round. 
Smith tied his then 
career high of 33 
points and Duane 
Simpkins added 20 as 
the Terps pulled away 
late in the game to 
defeat the Utes, 90-78. 
Maryland met Arizona 
State, who had defeat- 
ed Texas A&M and 
Michigan, in the cham- 
pionship final. The Sun 
Devils used the up- 
tempo style and 60 
percent shooting from 
the field to defeat the 
Terps, 97-90. The Sun 
Devils scored a num- 
ber of fast-break bas- 



55 



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kets and shot six of 15 
from three point range 
during the game. 
"The tournament was 
a really big challenge 
for us," said Head 
Coach Gary Williams. 
"In playing these 
kinds of teams we had 
to change our prepara- 
tion in terms of what 
we could do pressure 
wise. We played in the 
ACC Tournament later 
in the year where we 
again had to play 
three games in a row. 
So it was a good expe- 
rience, and I think it 
helped us when we 
got to March. " 
Prior to the tip-off 
against Arizona State, 
the team was given a 
pep rally send-off by 
the many Terp fans 
who made the 
Thanksgiving week 
trip to paradise. The 
Terps' fan contingent 
was one of the largest 
and loudest at the 
Civiv Center each day. 
Thanksgiving Day 
turned out to be 
among the most mem- 
orable days for basket- 
ball staff and team 



members. The 
Terrapins spent that 
day swimming and 
sunning themselves on 
Maui's beaches. 
Among the favorite 
activities were snorkel- 
ing, jet skiing, swim- 
ming and relaxing. 
Said Simpkins: "My 
highlight was on our 
free day when we all 
went snorkeling. I saw 
a lot of tropical fish 
that I had never seen 
before." 

Exree Hipp, who went 
jet-skiing for the first 
time added: "It (jet- 
skiing) was something 
that I had always 
wanted to do. But it 
wasn't like it is in 
Ocean City where you 
do it right from the 
beach. You had to go 
out to a platform in the 
middle of the ocean I 
got a little scared." 
For Williams, he 
reached back to the 
basketball court for his 
top memory of the trip. 
"My best memory was 
beating Utah. I was 
really scared going 
into that game 
because you have 



three games in three 
days and you don't 
have much time to 
prepare. Off the court, 
the seafood was my 
highlight. I love 
seafood. Maryland 
doesn't take a back- 
seat to anyone (for 
seafood), but it's right 
there out of the season 
and it's really tremen- 
dous. 

"I think it was a good 
experience for us," 
said Hipp. "The tour- 
nament made us focus 
more and put more 
emphasis on some of 
the things we were 
and weren't doing on 
the court in practice. " 
As the Terps flew out 
of paradise with fond 
memories of sun, sand 
and ocean forever 
chronicleed by cameras 
and video recorders to 
be looked and remem- 
bered fondly. 





56 



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DEBORAH A. YOW 



D 



Ieborah A. Yow, 
whose tenure as 
Athletic Director 
at Saint Louis 
University was 
marked by extraordi- 
nary academic and 
competitive achieve- 
ment, was named to 
direct the athletic 
program at the 
University of 
Maryland by 
President William E. 
Kir wan on August 15, 
1994. 

Yow's energetic pres- 
ence at Maryland 
produced a dynamic 
first year. Her effec- 
tive reorganization of 
the budget process 
allowed a departmen- 
tal deficit to be 
slashed dramatically. 
For the first time in 
11 years, the athletic 
department budget 
finished in the black. 
She also reorganized 
the development and 
marketing depart- 
ments, giving 
Maryland a financial 
outreach program 
with which to accom- 
plish its goals. An 
accentuation of acad- 
emics insures contin- 
ued improvement in 
graduation rates and 
academics. 
Yow oversees a mas- 
sive refurbishing pro- 
gram of facilities. 
Byrd Stadium's cur- 
rent $20 million in 
construction and the 
refurbishment of the 
Cole Field House 
seating area are just 
two of many projects 
that are taking place, 
or which are planned, 




Athletics Director Debbie Yow 



at Maryland. 
Along with the 
administrative suc- 
cess have come com- 
petitive successes. 
The most fans in 
school history 
watched the men's 
basketball team 
again reach the Final 
16 of the NCAA 
Tournament, men's 
soccer gualify for its 
first NCAA appear- 
ance in eight years 
and win its first tour- 
nament game in 25 
years, and men's and 
women's lacrosse 
qualify for the NCAA 
finals in each sport, 
with the women win- 
ning the national 
championship. 
Yow's experience 
allowed her to step-in 
at Maryland at the 



busiest time of the 
year— just when the 
24-sport program and 
school year were get- 
ting underway. She 
knew about getting 
things done. At Saint 
Louis, she led the 
effort which enabled 
the university to 
achieve a 92 percent 
graduation rate for 
student athletes. She 
increased significant- 
ly the marketing, pro- 
motion and corporate 
sponsorship of Saint 
Louis's athletic pro- 
gram. In her last year, 
the Billikens ranked 
second only to 
national champion 
Arkansas among all 
NCAA schools in per- 
centage increase of 
men's basketball 



attendance. 
Prior to becoming an 
athletic director, the 
indomitable Yow had 
a highly successful 
career as basketball 
coach. She is the first 
coach in NCAA histo- 
ry to lead previously 
unranked teams at 
three different NCAA 
Division I schools to 
top 20 rankings. She 
coached at the 
University of 
Kentucky, Oral 
Roberts University, 
and the University of 
Florida. 

Yow served as a 
member of the NCAA 
Council, the primary 
governance body for 
the NCAA, and the 
Division I Steering 
Committee. She also 
served as a member 
of the Executive 
Committee of the 
National Association 
of Collegiate 
Directors of Athletics 
(NACDA). 

Currently, she serves 
on the boards of USA 
Basketball and the 
College Football 



Association. 
Yow began her 
administrative career 
in 1985 when she 
moved from basket- 
ball coach to assis- 
tant director of the 
University of Florida 
Gator Boosters, Inc. 
From 1987 to 1990, 
she served as associ- 
ate director of athlet- 
ics at the University 
of North Carolina, 
Greensboro, before 
going to Saint Louis. 
Her collegiate basket- 
ball career began at 
Elon College. She 
coached at Burlington 
and Eastern Guilford 
high schools in North 
Carolina before being 
appointed at 
Kentucky as head 
coach in 1976. 
Yow, 45, is the first 
and only female ath- 
letic director in the 
Atlantic Coast 
Conference, and one 
of only 12 in the 
NCAA Division I cat- 
egory. She is married 
to Dr. William W. 
Bowden, III. 



ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

1920-1938 Dr. Harold Clifton Byrd 

1938-1942 Col. Geary Eppley 

1942-1943 Clark Shaughnessy 

1943-1947 Dr. Clarence Spears 

1947-1948 Col. Geary Eppley 

1948-1949 Walter DriskeU 

1949-1956 James Tatum 

1956-1969 William Cobey 

1969-1978 James Kehoe 

1978-1979 Carl James 

1980-1981 James Kehoe 

1981-1986 Richard Dull 

1987-1990 Lew Perkins 

1990-1994 AndyGeiger 

1994-present Deborah A. Yow 



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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

Danita DeHaney and the Maryland colors go 
well together— her involvement with College 
Park athletics goes back almost two decades. 
DeHaney presently assists the athletic director 
in the overall administration of the athletic 
department, including staff development and 
outcomes assessment. As part of her position, 
she directs a department-wide continuous quali- 
ty improvement program. She also assists in the 
solicitation of gifts for the athletic department, 
coordinating her efforts through the Athletic 
Advancement office. In addition, she serves as the department equity 
officer. A cheerleader as an College Park undergraduate, she was elected 
captain in her senior year. Her Bachelor's degree from the College of 
Business and Management was earned in 1981, with a concentration in 
personnel and labor relations. For 11 years prior to her Maryland appoint- 
ment in June, 1995, she worked for Learning International of Greenbelt, 
Md., as a senior executive, selling, designing, developing and implement- 
ing custom training systems for major corporations. Since 1991, she has 
served on the boards of both the Terrapin Club and Maryland Educational 
Foundation. 



ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHETICS 

Jamie Pollard oversees the budgetary and 
administrative operations of the athletic depart- 
ment as a Certified Public Accountant. A gradu- 
ate of the Univesity of Wisconsin at Oskosh in 
1987 , he went to work for Arthur Andersen & 
Co. in Milwaukee as a staff accountant upon 
graduation. In 1989, he was appointed 
Associate Director of Athletics for Business and 
Finance at St. Louis University where he over- 
saw finances and directly supervised six inter- 
collegiate sports. He assumed his present posi- 
tion at Maryland in September of 1994. Pollard is 
an outstanding distance runner, having earned NCAA AU-American status 
in college. He is a highly effective budget and fiscal accountability special- 
ist, and serves as chief financial officer. Jamie and his wife Ellen reside in 
Greenbelt, Md. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF 
ATHLETICS FOR MARKETING 
AND PROMOTIONS 

R.D. Helt was appointed in March of 1995 as 
Assistant Athletic Director after serving as foot- 
ball administrator for Coach Mark Duffner in 
1994. He performed marketing and promotions 
duties at both Ohio State and Kent State after 
graduating from Missouri Western State in 1985. 
Helt from 1988 to 1994 was the Recruiting 
Coordinator in football at the University of 
Kansas, playing a role in the emergence of the 
Jayhawks. At Ohio State, where he earned his 
Master's degree in Sports Administration, Helt was responsible for the 
marketing of women's basketball. He was Assistant Director of Marketing 
at Kent State where he worked with football and basketball. R.D. and his 
wife, Nikki, have one child, Christopher, and live in Ellicott City 





ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 

JP h <'■<?, OF ATHLETICS FOR ADVANCEMENT 

' Charles J. (C.J.) Kupec arrived in College Park 

in May with impressive intercollegiate partici- 
pant experience: Michigan basketball All- 
America and a member of a Wolverine Big Ten 
^^tk championship football team, and an NBA player 

who also competed in the Italian and Swiss pro- 
fessional leagues. Prior to his arrival at 
Maryland, he was Assistant Director for 
Development at Illinois State, and Major Gift 
Prospect Officer for ISU, supervising athletics 
development, major gift giving, marketing, and promotions. At Maryland 
he will oversee all aspects of athletics development, including the annual 
fund (Terrapin Club), the letterwinners club (M-Club), and major gifts. A 
1975 graduate of Michigan, he earned his bachelor's degree in general 
studies with a communications-literature concentration. He was a Fielding 
H. Yost Honor Award winner, twice captain of the basketball team and 
Academic all-Big 10 in football. He and his wife Vicki have two children, 
Christopher and Allison. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 

OF ATHLETICS FOR VARSITY SPORTS 

Gothard Lane's career at Maryland includes 
roles as coach and administrator and spans 22 
years. He presently oversees 16 varsity sports 
and coordinates championship events on cam- 
pus. He served as the director of the men's 
NCAA Lacrosse championship in 1994 and 1995 
which set all-time attendance records for the 
sports. In recent years Maryland has hosted 
NCAA championships in men's basketball, 
women's volleyball, wrestling and men's and 
women's lacrosse. Lane is a graduate of Randolph Macon College where 
he played football. He was an assistant coach at Tulane and Virginia Tech 
before becoming an assistant at Maryland in 1973. He coached under both 
Jerry Claiborne before being named Assistant Athletic Director for Non- 
Revenue Sports in 1982. Lane and his wife Mary Lou live in Chesapeake 
Beach. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 

OF ATHLETICS FOR STUDENT SERVICES 

Javaune Adams-Gaston oversees the student 
athlete's educational and medical well-being by 
her management of the Academic Support Unit 
and the Athletic Medicine support staff. Adams 
Gaston, a psycholgist, came to Maryland in 1985 
as part of the University's counseling center, 
and in 1988 she was appointed to direct athletic 
student counseling, a part of academic support. 
In 1992 she was appomted an assistant athletic 
director with her present expanded duties. In 
1994-1995, she served as chair of the College Park campus women's com- 
mission. A 1978 graduate of the University of Dubuque with a B.S. in biol- 
ogy, she earned her Master's degree in clinical psychology from Loras 
College in 1980 and her Ph.D in Counseling psychology from Iowa State in 
1983. Javaune and her husband Dimitri have three children, and live in 
Silver Spring, Md. 





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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 

Deborah A. Yow, Directoi 

(Joyce Taylor, Secretary) (301) 314-7075 

Danita DeHaney, Associate Director of Athletics 

Renee Mahaffey, Secretary 314-8678 

Jamie Pollard, Associate Director of Athletics 405-0572 

Jodi McCurdy Assistant to the A.D 314-1967 

ACADEMIC ADVISING 

Javaune Adams Gaston, Assistant Director 

of Athletics for Student Services 314-7040 

John Bowman 314-7039 

Liz Friedman 314-7038 

DonPearman 314-7042 

ATHLETIC MEDICINE 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 314-9905 

J.J. Bush 314-7132 

BUSINESS OFFICE 

Jamie Pollard, Associate Director 

of Athletics for Administration 405-0572 

Debbie Russell 314-7047 

CERTIFICATION 

Luke Glasgow, Acting Director 

of Compliance and Certification 314-7081 

Alan Friedlander 314-7081 

ADVANCEMENT 

C.J. Kupec, Assistant Director 

of Athletics for Advancement 314-7077 

Greg Manning, Director of Major Gifts 314-7014 

Gib Romaine, Acting Director, Terrapin Club 314-7019 

M Club: To be Announced 

EQUIPMENT MANAGER 

RonOhringer 314-7331 

GOLF COURSE MANAGER 

TomHanna 403-4299 

GROUNDS STAFF 

Bunk Carter 314-7383 

BillReinohl 314-7383 

OPERATIONS AND FACILITIES 

Curt Callahan, Director 314-7126 

Gary Parker, Assistant 314-7127 

MARKETING AND PROMOTIONS 

R.D. Helt - Assistant Director of Athletics 314-7035 

Neal Eskin, Director of Marketing 314-7072 

TICKET OFFICE 

Jack Zane, Director 314-7083 

Kyle Kravchuk, Assistant 405-9273 



VARSITY SPORTS 

GothardLane - Assistant Director of Athletics 314-7001 

SPORTS TEAM OFFICES 

Baseball 

Tom Bradley, Coach 314-7122 

Basketball (Men's) 

Gary Williams, Coach 314-7029 

Basketball (Women's) 

Chris Weller, Coach 314-8276 

Cross Country (men's and women's) 

DanRincon, Coach 314-7457 

Field Hockey 

Missy Meharg, Coach 314-3895 

Golf 

TomHanna, Coach 403-4299 

Gynmastics 

Bob Nelligan, Coach 314-7007 

Lacrosse (Men's) 

Dick Edell, Coach 314-7114 

Lacrosse (Women's) 

Cindy Timchal, Coach 314-4273 

Soccer (men's) 

Sasho Cirovski, Coach 314-4161 

Soccer (women's) 

April Heinrichs, Coach 314-7034 

SoftbaU 

Gina LeMandre, Coach 405-0521 

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

Jim Wenhold, Coach 314-7030 

Tennis (men's and women's) 

Jim Laitta, Coach 314-7131 

Track and Field (men's and women's) 

Bill Goodman, Coach 314-7457 

Volleyball 

Janice Kruger, Coach 314-7009 

Wrestling 

John McHugh, Coach 314-7134 



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MAJOR GIFTS/ADVANCEMENT 
OFFICE 

■ Quality facilities attract excitement: 
Great crowds, outstanding student ath- 
letes, committed fans. 

■ Special opportunities exist for athletic 
benefactors to be part of the excitement 
by being permanently associated with 
new or improved facilities. 

■ Major Gifts is ready to work with your 
financial advisor, attorney or accountant 
to customize your gift for inclusion in 
your financial portfolio. 

■ Director of Major Gifts Greg Manning 
is part of Maryland's Development team 
at 314-7014. 

TERRAPIN CLUR, UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLANO FOUNDATION 

■ Satisfaction comes from knowing a schol- 
arship gift makes an academic career possi- 
ble for a gifted Maryland student athlete. 

■ The Terrapin Club, the annual giving 
arm of the Maryland Foundation, is the 
lifeline maintaining scholarship support 
teams and over 400 student athletes. 

■ Intercollegiate athletics at Maryland receives no 
monies from the state. Friends, parents and business- 
es, through matching gift programs, are the lifeline. 

■ Different levels of membership are available, but 
$100 lengthens the lifeline. Call 314-7020. 



MARYLAND 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

■ The MEF has a new focus. The organi- 
zation, which celebrates its 50th an- 
niversary in 1996, is a Major Gift fund- 
raising arm of the Athletic Department. 

■ MEF Focus is Major Gifts of cash, schol- 
arship endowment, securities, real estate, 
insurance, personal property, life income 
gifts of pooled income funds, charitable 
remainder unitrusts, charitable remainder 
annuity trusts, charitable gift annuity, 
charitable remainder annuity insurance 
policies, wills and bequests. 

■ The new focus is vitally important. 
Interest may be directed to the 
Foundation at 314-7020. 

THE M CLUR 

■ Since 1923 the varsity letterwinners 
club of the University of Maryland. 
The vibrant spirit behind Maryland's rich 
tradition in athletics. 

■ Provides the opportunity to support 
special events, social gatherings and banquets in 
support of student athletes. 

■ A $25 donation and a phone call to 314-7020 
makes you a member of Maryland's oldest ath- 
letic support group. 



TERRAPIN 
CLUB 



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|owards a student- 
athlete's develop- 
ment, ASU provides: 

■ Personal academic 
assessment 

■ Academic advising and 
counseling 

■ Supervised study 

■ Learning and study skills 
programs 

■ Computer training and 
usage 

■ Group and individual 
tutoring 

■ Career mentoring 

■ Summer internships 
There is an insistence in 

the Maryland basketball 
program that student-ath- 
letes get a degree in a 
career field that will 
enhance their life after 
College Park. The insis- 
tence is underlined by 
Coach Williams and his 
staff, by the athletic 
administration, and by the 
Academic Support Unit of 
the Department of 
Athletics. 

Dr. Javaune Adams - 
Gaston, educator and clini- 
cal psychologist, is the 
Assistant Athletic Director 
for Athletic Student 
Services. She oversees the 
student-athlete's educa- 
tional and medical well- 
being by her management 
of the Academic Support 
Unit and the Athletic 
Medicine support staff. 

A 1978 graduate of the 
University of Dubuque 
with a B.S. in biology, psy- 
chology and general sci- 
ences, she earned her 
Master's degree in Clinical 
Psychology from Loras 
College in 1980 and her 
Ph.D in Counseling 
Psychology from Iowa 
State in 1983. She was 
appointed to direct student 
counseling in the athletic 
department in 1988. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston regu- 
larly provides time for indi- 
vidual student-athletes as 
educational advisor and 
counselor. Her hands-on 
approach extends to a 
thorough series of semi- 
nars she and her staff hold 
that train the student-ath- 
lete in pertinent education 
beyond the classroom. 
Seminars cover time man- 
agement, study skills, 
stress management, moti- 




Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston 

vation, drug education, 
career planning and voca- 
tional mentor ship. The 
school year begins for 
newly recruited student- 
athletes with not only an 
academic orientation pro- 
gram, but also a seminar 
on inter-acting with the 
news media by nationally 
known expert Kathleen 
Hessert. 

COLLEGE PARK 
ACADEMIC SUPPORT 

Towards a good start 

The Academic Support 
Unit will teach an orienta- 
tion course for freshman 
student athletes 
(Education 108, Orientation 
to the University) to start 
the fall semester. The pro- 
gram will be taught by the 
Academic Support staff 
and concentrated on skills 
and development issues. 
The course is intended to 
make the transition to col- 
lege life user friendly. 

The program allows the 
newcomer to balance their 
dual roles of academics 
and athletics in an unfamil- 
iar envuonment. Student 
athletes are taught organi- 
zational skills, which 
include note taking, tune 
management, pro-active 
planning, learning strate- 
gies, test-taking, and writ- 
ing skills. 

Making the first year spe- 
cial at Maryland 

The University's First 
Year Focus program is 
designed to see that the 
new student gets off to a 
good start at College Park. 
It has three parts. 

To make sure the new 
student becomes acquaint- 
ed with the campus's most 
important resource-its fac- 
ulty—First Year Focus pro- 
vides the student with the 



opportunity to study with 
a member of the faculty in 
a small class, appropriate 
for first year students, 
devoted to that faculty 
member's scholarly inter- 
ests. 

The University invites 
the new student to partici- 
pate in an mnovative pro- 
gram called Connections: 
Course Clusters, which 
enables them to enroll in a 
variety of thematically 
related courses, supple- 
mented by a one-credit 
linking seminar. Course 
Clusters not only allows 
the new student to exam- 
ine a given subject 
intensely from a variety of 
disciplinary perspectives, 
but will also give you the 
opportunity to develop a 
network of friends who 
share intellectual interests. 

The Student 
Government Association 
arranges for the new stu- 
dent to participate in its 
First Year Books activities. 
SGA selects a noteworthy 
book which it hopes will 
be an intellectual starting 
point for the incoming 
class of students. Many 
courses adopt it and incor- 
porate it into their curricu- 
la. The book inevitably 
becomes subject to cam- 
pus-wide debate in semi- 
nars, lectures, and even 
performances. The new 
student's copy of the 
selected book is waiting at 
orientation. 

First Year Focus is 
designed to make the big 
university small, to allow 
the vast resources of a 
research university with 
some of the intimacy of a 
small college. The College 
Park Scholars Program and 
the University Honors 
Program also serve the 
same end. 

College Park Scholars is 
a new program designed 
to acquaint entering first- 
year students with the rich 
texture of academic life at 
the university. The pro- 
gram encourages students 
who share common intel- 
lectual interests to study 
together in courses orga- 
nized around common 
themes and to live toothier 
in a selected residence 

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ASSISTING DR. ADAMS-GASTON 

ARE THREE EXPERIENCED ASSISTANTS 




John Bowman 



Liz Friedman 



Don Pearman 



John Bowman is Associate 
Director for Student 
Services for Academic 
Support. He returned to 
Academic Support Unit m 
1994 after spendmg three 
years in the Office of 
Undergraduate Admis- 
sions. He had previously 
been Senior Advisor in 
Academic Support from 
1987 through 1991. He was 
also an Athletic Advisor in 
1986 in the Department of 
Undergraduate Studies, 
and a coordinator in the 
campus's Intensive 
Education Development 
Program (1979-1986). 
A 1969 graduate of 
Oberlrn, he earned a Mas- 
ter's in Education from 
Case- Western Reserve m 
1976. 

Liz Friedman begins her 
fifth year as a full-time ath- 
letic department employee 
after four years of assisting 
student-athletes on a part- 
time basis in the ASU. A 
native of Rockville, Md., and 
a graduate of College Park, 
she coordinates the 
Academic Support Unit's 
satisfactory progress moni- 
toring system for all ath- 
letes, and works daily with 



the football team in all 
aspects of academic sup- 
port. The monitoring system 
is effective because of the 
full communication between 
the ASU staff, the faculty, 
and student-athletes. 
Don Pearman is in his 
fourth year at College Park, 
but his experience in the 
University System numbers 
five years. Pearman works 
directly with the men's bas- 
ketball team on a year- 
round support system. He 
formerly was program direc- 
tor of the Meyerhoff 
Scholarships at the 
University of Maryland at 
Baltimore County campus. 
A model program of minori- 
ty recruitment in the fields 
of mathematics and science, 
the Meyerhoff program is 
widely emulated. In the 
ASU, Pearman is responsi- 
ble for post-graduate schol- 
arship endeavors, the unit's 
tutorial program, and he 
monitors six Varsity sports. 

Pearman, a native of 
Brooklyn, N.Y., received 
both his Bachelor's degree 
in sociology and his 
Master's degree in counsel- 
ing from St. Lawrence 
University. 



hall. The Scholars program 
provides a focus for study, 
advismg and a variety of 
educational and social 
activities. 

The University Honors 
Program provides the uni- 
versity's most academically 
talented students a chal- 
lenging and exciting range 
of seminar-style classes, a 
close-knit community, and 
contact with outstanding 
faculty. Typically, freshmen 
and sophomores broaden 
their intellectual horizons 
in a wide variety of spe- 



cially designed Honors 
seminars and Honors ver- 
sions of regular courses, 
most of which fulfill gener- 
al education requirements. 
A Honors lecture series, a 
literary magazine as well 
as a vibrant social and cul- 
tural life complement the 
academic offerings. Many 
of these activities take 
place in Anne Arundel 
Hall, the Honors Living 
Learning Center, which is 
the center of the Honors 
Program. 






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College Basketball has 
evolved to where total 
physical training is 
necessary to successfully 
compete on the Division I 
level. It has become 
extremely important to 
Head Coach Gary Williams 
that all of the Terrapin - 
players are prepared in 
terms of physical strength 
and conditioning. A 
heightened spirit of deter- 
mination by each member 
of the basketball team has 
brought about spectacular 
achievements in the 
weight room and on the 
basketball court. 

The commitment by the 
Terrapin players has been 
a key element in 
Marylandis rise to national 
prominence and becoming 
a fixture in the national 
rankings. Maryland was 
ranked the last two years. 

Marylandis year round 
strength and conditioning 
program for basketball is 
coordinated by Head 
Strength and Conditioning 
Coach Dwight Gait. Gait 
works extensively with the 
mems basketball team, 
teaching plyometrics, 
Olympic training, explosive 
free weight training, moti- 
vation techniques and 
nutrition. He is certified by 
the International Sports 
Science Association and is 
member of the National 
Strength and Conditioning 
Association. 

Gait has designed a 
dynamic workout for the 
basketball team which in 
centered around a power 
style of training emphasiz- 
ing explosive power, flexi- 








Dwight Gait 



bility, body strength, agili- 
ty and pre- and in- season 
conditioning. 

Galtis explosive power 
philosophy has been 
derived from the game of 
basketball. All of the quick 
starts, stops, sprints and 
jumps that are routine on a 
basketball court are power 
movements. Thus, the 
Terps' workouts rely heavi- 
ly on explosive free weight 
training. The workouts also 
center around strength 
training, including squat, 
bench and deadlifts. 

The conditioning pro- 
gram plays a large role m 
preparing the Terps for the 
court. Pre-season workouts 
begin shortly after classes 
commence in September. 
During the pre-season, the 
team lifts weights and fol- 
lows an anaerobic condi- 
tioning program three times 
a week and attends aerobic 
conditioning sessions twice 
a week. The conditioning 
also includes distance 
sprints and basketball spe- 
cific agility movement. 

The Terp basketball 
players are fortunate to 
train in two of the premier 




weight training facilities in 
the country. The main 
Maryland Weight Room 
features 7,200 square feet 
of space that holds 
advanced training equip- 
ment which caters to the 
specific needs of basket- 
ball. A main component in 
this facility is the free 
weight equipment, includ- 
ing ten mammoth power 
racks, Olympic platforms 
and 11 tons of free 
weights. State-of-the-art 
selectrolyzed and plate 
loaded equipment further 
give the student/athlete 
the chance to better them- 
selves. Another out- 
standing facility available 
to the team is the basket- 
ball weight room, located 
adjacent to the locker 
room. There, the Terps 
enjoy a modern, well 
equipped facility only 
steps from the locker room. 

The Maryland basket- 
ball players are now better 
prepared to be on the bas- 
ketball court, and because 
of that, have realized an 
increase in performance on 
the court. 

DWIGHT GALT 

Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait was named 
to head the strength and 
conditioning unit on 
January 2, 1994. Gait came 
to work as an assistant 
strength and conditioning 
coach on a part-time basis. 
He assumed a full-time 
position in 1989. During 
that time, he worked 
extensively with the 
Washington Capitals of the 
National Hockey League. 

Gait supervises all of 
the strength and condition- 
ing training for the football 
and basketball programs 
and coordinates the train- 
ing of Maryland's entire 24 
sport intercollegiate athlet- 
ic program. 

He has been an integral 
part of Maryland's building 
tradition the weight room. 
Throughout his tenure at 
Maryland, the Terp football 
players have improved in 
all areas of weight training 
and conditioning. Gait has 
been a key element in the 




Terp's rise to national 
prominence and back-to- 
back NCAA Tournament 
"Sweet 16" appearances. 
Gait has previously worked 
with Maryland's nationally 
ranked football and basket- 
ball programs. In 1984, he 
worked with Maryland's 
ACC and Sun Bowl 
Championship football 
team. He has also worked 
with the Terps 1985, 1994 
and 1995 NCAA Basketball 
Tournament teams. 
Gait earned his B.S. 



degree in business man- 
agement from Maryland in 
1981 and his M.S. in exer- 
cise physiology from 
Maryland in 1989. 

Gait, 37, and his wife, 
Jan, have four children, 
Angie, Teri, Dwight IV and 
Tom. 

Born July 15, 1957, Gait 
is certified by the 
International Sports 
Science Association and is 
member of the National 
Strength and Conditioning 
Association. 




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'Ih. UAMMrsity 



DR. WILLIAM E. KIRWAN 



After 25 years of service 
as a professor and 
administrator at the 
University of Maryland at 
College Park and following 
a national search, Dr. 
William English Kirwan 
was appointed president of 
the university on February 
1, 1989. He served as act- 
ing president of the univer- 
sity from August 1, 1988, 
until the time of his 
appointment as president. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the uni- 
versity in 1964 as an assis- 
tant professor of mathemat- 
ics. He rose through the fac- 
ulty ranks as associate pro- 
fessor (1968-1972), profes- 
sor (1972-present), and 
chair of the Department of 
Mathematics (1977-81). 

In 1981, he was appoint- 
ed vice chancellor for acad- 
emic affairs, College Park's 
chief academic post. As 
vice chancellor, Dr. Kirwan 
raised admission stan- 
dards, increased the num- 
ber of merit scholarships 
and graduate fellowships, 
and established an acade- 
mic planning process. 

During his tenure as pres- 
ident of the university, Dr. 
Kirwan has played a pivotal 
role in all of the university's 
most significant initiatives, 
including: an increased 
emphasis on graduate edu- 
cation; selective enhance- 
ment of academic pro- 
grams; recruitment and 
retention of distinguished 
faculty; achievement of 
diversity goals for underrep- 
resented minorities, and a 
national capital campaign in 
excess of $200 million. 

Dr. Kirwan is known for 
his ability to see beyond the 
institutions day-to-day prob- 
lems, and for his talent as a 
consensus builder among 
the large and diverse cam- 
pus community. Under his 
leadership, the university 
undertook a major restruc- 
turing of its academic orga- 
nization, going from a divi- 
sional system to a more tra- 
ditional system of colleges 
and schools. Subsequently, 
when the state's economic 
decline forced a reduction of 
the university's budget, he 



oversaw a streamlining of 
the university's academic 
offerings through the elimi- 
nation of a college, seven 
departments, and 32 degree 
programs. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of 
various honorary and pro- 
fessional societies, including 
Phi Beta Kappa, the 
American Mathematical 
Society, and the Mathema- 
tical Association of America. 
He is the co-editor of the 
book Advances is Complex 
Analysis, and the author of 
many published articles on 
mathematical research. He 
served as an editor of the 
Proceeding of the American 
Mathematical Society from 
1977 to 1985. He chaired the 
Mathematical Sciences in 
the Year 2000 committee, a 
task force created by the 
National Research Council 
(NRO) to improve mathe- 
matics education in the 
nation's colleges and uni- 
versities during the next 
decade, and he currently 
serves on the NRC's 
Committee on Undergrad- 
uate Science Education. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of 
numerous boards, including 
the Board of Directors of the 
American Association of 
Colleges and Universities, 
the Council for International 
Exchange of Scholars (the 
Fulbright Program), the 
World Trade Center Insti- 
tute, the Baltimore Council 
of Foreign Affairs, and the 
Greater Washington Board 
of Trade. He was recently 
elected to the Board of 
Directors of the National 
Association of State and 
Land Grant Colleges 
(NASULGC) and to the 
Presidents Commission of 
the National Collegiate 
Athletic Association 
(NCAA). He is also chair- 
elect of the NASULGC's 
Commission on Ocean and 
Atmosphere. In addition, Dr. 
Kirwan serves on the 
American Council on 
Education Commission on 
Women in Higher Education 
and chairs the Prince 
George's County Board of 
Education's Citizens 
Advisory Committee. 




Dr. William E. Kirwan, University President 



Because of his contribu- 
tions to higher education, he 
was named Officer in the 
Order of Leopold II by the 
Belgium Government and 
elected to the University of 
Kentucky's Hall of 
Distinguished Alumni. 

Noted for his enormous 
energy and long work days, 
Dr. Kirwan regularly finds 



time to teach an undergrad- 
uate class. Whenever possi- 
ble, he schedules time to 
enjoy a classical music con- 
cert and tries to find an 
hour or two each week to 
escape to a convenient ten- 
nis court where he is 
known as a very competi- 
tive tennis player. 
Dr. Kirwan is married to 



Patricia Harper of Lexington, 
Kentucky. They have two 
children: a son, William E. 
Kirwan HI, 30, a Washington 
architect who earned his 
baccalaureate and master's 
degrees from the university, 
and a daughter, Ann 
Elizabeth, 25, who also grad- 
uated from the university 
with a degree in journalism. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

Mr. Lance Billingsley 

Chairman of the Executive Board 
Prince George's County 

Ms. Margaret Alton 

Baltimore County 

The Honorable Mary Arabian 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Richard O. Berndt 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Roger Blunt 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Earle Palmer Brown 

Montgomery County 

Mr. Nathan A. Chapman, Jr. 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Mr. Edwin S. Crawford 

Baltimore City 

Thomas B. Finan, Jr. 

Cumberland County 

Mr. Frank A. Gunther, Jr. 

Baltimore City 

The Honorable Harry R. Hughes 

Baltimore City 

Ms. Ann Hull 

Prince George's County 

Mr. Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 

Anne Arundel County 



Ms. Malkia Singleton, Student Regent 

Princess Anne County 

Ms. Constance M. Unseld 

Baltimore County 

SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION 

Dr. Donald N. Langenberg 

Chancellor 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

John K. Martin 

Vice Chancellor for Advancement 

James Sansburg 

Interim Acting Vice Chancellor for 
Administration and Finance 

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant to the President 

J. Terrance Roach 

Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr. Daniel Fallon 

Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost 

Dr. Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President for Administrative Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice President for Institutional 
Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Vice President for Student Affairs 



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THE UNIVERSITY AT COLLEGE PARK 



The University of 
Maryland at 
College Park 
serves as the state's 
primary center for 
graduate study and 
research, provides 
undergraduate 
instruction across a 
broad spectrum of 
academic disciplines 
and extends its vast 
intellectual resources 
to the community 
through innovative 
projects designed to 
serve individuals, 
governments and the 
private sector 
throughout the state 
of Maryland, the 
nation and the world. 

Today's compre- 
hensive public 
research university 
for the state of 
Maryland had its ori- 
gin in 1859 as the 
Maryland Agricul- 
tural College, the . 
third such state insti- 
tution in the world. It 
became one of the 
nation's original land- 
grant institutions in 
1862. The state 
assumed authority in 
1920, joining College 
park with the profes- 
sional schools in 
Baltimore to form an 
expanded University 
of Maryland. 

With students and 
faculty drawn to 
Maryland from all 50 
states and 110 coun- 
tries, College Park is 
home to a rich mix of 
social, intellectual 
and cultural perspec- 
tives. 

Among public 
research universities 
in the Association of 
American Universi- 
ties, College Park 
ranks first in percent- 
age of African 
American undergrad- 
uate students. Also, 
the university has the 
largest number of 
African American and 



other minority faculty 
members among its 
peers. Such facts, 
illustrate College 
Park's progress 
toward becoming a 
national model of 
diversity. 

Rated as one of the 
20 top-funded univer- 
sities by the National 
Science Foundation, 
College Park is a 
national center of 
innovative scientific 
and engineering 
research. Such pro- 
grams as the 
Engineering 
Research Center, the 
Institute for Systems 
Research and the 
Center for Global 
Change conduct 
ground-breaking 
studies on topics 
including global 
warming, robotics 
and sea-level rise. 

Engineering's 
Glenn L. Martin Wind 
Tunnel is the most 
advanced aerody- 
namic testing facility 
of its kind on any uni- 
versity campus. In 
the wind tunnel, 
researchers perform 
airflow tests on state- 
of-the-art designs for 
such products as 
automobiles, aircraft 
wings, telephone 
cables, signs and 
power lines. Another 
one-of-kind is the 
Neutral Buoyancy 
Facility which resem- 
bles weightlessness 
for space research. 

Recalling its found- 
ing as a land grant 
institution, 1994 
marked the opening 
of the new Center for 
Agricultural 
Biotechnology, 
reflecting the College 
of Agriculture's new 
philosophy of sus- 
tainable agriculture. 

Close to home, 
College Park faculty 
and staff provide 




technical assistance 
to state and local 
governmental bodies 
and education sys- 
tems, outreach pro- 
grams in support of 
technology transfer 
and in-service or con- 
tinuing education 
programs in areas 
such as computer sci- 
ence, engineering, 
business, journalism 
and education. 

The University's 
efforts go far behind 
the state's bound- 
aries in developing 
economic opportuni- 
ties and partnerships 
abroad for Maryland 
businesses and 
industries. And, a $16 
million, three-year 
contract from the 
USAID to the univer- 
sity's Center for 
Institutional Reform 
and the Informal 
Sector (IRIS) is fund- 
ing a project aimed at 
helping the leaders in 
the former Soviet 
Union establish a 
market economy. 

Recognizing the 
importance of the Far 



East, the university's 
strengthening rela- 
tionships with main- 
land China, Japan 
and Taiwan are forg- 
ing new research, 
business and cultural 
ties to promote 
greater exchange of 
students and schol- 
ars. 

From athletics to 
aesthetics, talent 
takes many forms at 
the University of 
Maryland at College 
Park. The university 
presents hundreds of 
cultural events annu- 
ally. The campus is 
also home to the 
Summer Institute for 



the Creative and 
Performing Arts, 
known as the 
Rossborough 
Festival, which spon- 
sors nationally and 
internationally recog- 
nized programs 
including the 
National Orchestral 
Institute and the 
International William 
Kapell Piano 
Competition. 

Campus neighbors 
include such impor- 
tant national 
resources as the 
Library of Congress, 
the Smithsonian 
Institution, the 
National Institutes of 




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Health, the National 
Aeronautics and 
Space Administration 
(NASA) and the U.S. 
Department of 
Agriculture's Agri- 
cultural Research 
Center. 

Close by is 
Maryland's historic 
state capital, 
Annapolis, also 
known as the sailing 
and seafood capital of 
the nation, a tribute 
to its Chesapeake 
Bay setting. The 
nearby Chesapeake 
Bay offers not only 
recreational diver- 
sions but the oppor- 
tunity to study and 
conduct research 
aimed at sustaining 
the nation's largest 
estuarine system. 

The MARC train 
offers public trans- 
portation from 
College Park to 
Baltimore's Camden 
Station, next door to 
where the Orioles 
play baseball in the 
heart of the historic 
city. And the highly 




efficient Metro sys- 
tem, with a new sta- 
tion at the campus 
doorstep, makes nav- 
igating the greater 
Washington, D.C. 
area easy. 

Add all the acco- 
lades and, still, only a 
partial picture 
emerges because the 
University of 
Maryland at College 
Park is far more than 



the sum of its parts. 
One thing is clear, 
however, with a stu- 
dent body increasing 
yearly in both guality 
and diversity, private 
support growing at a 
phenomenal rate and 
multifaceted research 
program attracting 
record funding, 
Maryland's flagship 
institution ranks as a 
national resource. 




Discover the many 
ways available to 
become part of the 
picture. 

History of 
College Park 

Just after the 
American Revolution, 
the state of Maryland 
established its first 
two colleges at 
Chestertown and 
Annapolis. By the 
1850s, at least 30 lit- 
tle colleges had 
sprung-up over the 
state, many with 
state support, but 
many of them disap- 
pearing within a few 
years. Then, in 1859, 
a different kind of 
institution appeared 
at College Park — the 
Maryland 
Agricultural 
College — the third 
such college m the 
world, created mainly 
for farmers' sons. The 
college was estab- 
lished by Charles 
Benedict Calvert, a 
wealthy planter from 
nearby Riversdale — 
now Riverdale — and 
later a congressman. 
Calvert built a hand- 
some Gothic dormito- 
ry-classroom struc- 
ture located in a 
grove of trees near 
the present Morrill 
Hall, and he divided 
the land down the 
Baltimore-Washing- 
ton Turnpike into 
small plots where 
each of the 50-or-so 
students experiment- 
ed with a different 
crop. After the Civil 
War, the institution 
became a land-grant 
college, with small 
appropriations from 
Washington. The lit- 
tle college began to 
grow about 1900 
when agricultural 
experiments began to 
bring prosperity to 



Maryland, and when 
the college expanded 
its offerings into 
engineering, busi- 
ness and the liberal 
arts. In 1912 the old 
Gothic building 
burned, and the state 
provided modern 
structures. Women 
were admitted to the 
campus, and gradu- 
ate work began. In 
1920 the college com- 
bined with the long 
established profes- 
sional schools of 
Baltimore and 
changed its name to 
the University of 
Maryland. Growth 
accelerated after 
1935 when the politi- 
cally astute football 
coach, H.C. "Curley" 
Byrd, became presi- 
dent, 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 pub- 
lic image to one of 
high academic 
integrity. In the 1970s 
and 1980s, the 
University's graduate 
and research pro- 
grams flourished. In 
1988, the General 
Assembly of 
Maryland combined 
six state colleges 
with the five campus- 
es of the University of 
Maryland, and specif- 
ically charged 
College Park with the 
role of leadership in 
the revamped sys- 
tem. 



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Testudo is a 
Diamondback 
turtle. Like 
some other famous 
personages born into 
the Depression of the 
1930s, the derivation 
of his name is cloudy. 
But it is likely that 
his moniker is 
derived from the sci- 
entific classification 
for turtle (testudines). 
Or the top turtle 
could be named after 
testudo gigantia, a 
species native to the 
African nation of 
Seychelles and one of 
its remote islands, 
Aldabra. Or the name 
could have come from 
a dictionary defini- 
tion that says the 
word, testudo, was 
derived from the 
Latin and meant a 
shelter held over the 
head of Roman sol- 
diers — like a tortoise 
shell. These explana- 
tions are a long way 
from the Chesapeake 
Bay where the 
Diamondback lives. 

When Testudo had 
his coming out on 
May 23, 1933, he was 
thrown into a world 
filled with intimidat- 
ing mascots — 
Wildcats, Tigers, 
Devils, Wolves, 
Bears — thought up 
over a half-century of 
intercollegiate com- 
petition. Maryland 
College Park was 
consolidated from dif- 
ferent state schools 
in 1920 to form the 
base of today's wide- 
ranging state system, 
and the remodeled 
Maryland needed a 
flag carrier to do bat- 
tle with Wahoos, 
Lions and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a 
football coach who 
later became 
University President, 
recommended the 
Diamondback as mas- 



cot in 1932 in 
response to the stu- 
dent newspaper's 
search for an "offi- 
cial" leader. Byrd's 
childhood in Crisfield, 
Md. t apparently 
included skirmishes 
with this brand of 
snapping turtle, 
indigenous to the 
Bay. The school 
paper was in fact 
already called The 
Diamondback, and 
when the Class of 
1933 stepped forward 
with the idea of giv- 
ing the University a 
permanent bronzed 
version as its gradua- 
tion gift, Testudo's 
family was in to stay. 

Maryland had been 
referring to itself as 
Old Liners, yet anoth- 
er name whose 
derivation no one 
seems sure of. 
Historians are in a 
scrimmage over 
whether the nick- 
name is a reference 
to a Revolutionary 
War Troop of 
Maryland soldiers 
who distinguished 
themselves on the 
field of battle, or they 
feel it could refer to a 
squabble with 
Pennsylvanians over 
just where the border 
between the two 
states should be. 

The Class of '33 
raised money for 
casting a 
Diamondback by 
holding its Senior 
Prom on campus to 
save money on 
expenses. And the 
yearbook and Student 
Government 
Association chipped- 
in. Edwin C. Mayo, 
Class of '04 and a for- 
mer quarterback, 
donated at cost the 
300 pound bronzed 
beauty as President 
of Gorham 
Manufacturing in 




Providence, RI. 
Robert J. Hill cast the 
inspired sculpture 
accomplished by 
company artist 
Aristide Cianfrani. 
Further turtleization 
came when the stu- 
dent yearbook, The 
Reveille, became The 
Terrapin in 1935. 
Newspapers, even 
then exploring every 
angle, shortened 
Terrapin to Terp for 
headline writing ease 
when it wasn't trying 
to cram Old Liner into 
a single column head. 
The name was in 
place; now came the 
stuff of legend. 

The Stuff of 
Legend 

The nicely thought 
out plans that made 
Testudo an instant 
hit did have a flaw. 
Putting Mr. T in front 
of the campus gym, 
Ritchie Coliseum, 
exposed Testudo to 
every road agent 
wearing enemy col- 
ors. Ritchie was right 
on U.S. Route 1, then 
the principal North- 
South highway along 



the Eastern 
Seaboard. When a 
less dignified oppo- 
nent needed some- 
thing extra against 
the turtle and his 
troops, they practiced 
emotional blackmail, 
and kidnapped him. 
That was not the 
worst of it. They 
painted his golden 
skin enemy colors, 
and defaced his 
pedestal which was 
only to have the 
block M on it. 
Instead, opponents 
painted illegitimate 
JH's or GW's or V's or 
NC's on his nest. A 
riot took place when 
Johns Hopkins stu- 
dents kidnapped the 
handsome reptile in 
1947; 200 police were 
called to the 
Baltimore campus to 
control the justified 
anger of College Park 
students. Two years 
later, the nifty shelled 
crusader was found 
on the lawn of a 
Virginia (The 
University) fraternity 
house, whose occu- 
pants smugly called 
President Byrd with 
the message to get 



Testudo off their 
lawn. Of course Byrd 
obliged, and soon 
after Testudo was 
hidden in the campus 
carpentry shop where 
he was less inspira- 
tional, but a whole lot 
safer. 

The second stadi- 
um bearing Byrd's 
name was built in 
1950, and in 1951 
Testudo, sans coats 
of rivals' paint, took 
his perch in front of 
the Byrd Stadium 
football team house. 
He had beaten back 
all who would wrong 
him, and to make 
sure he would not 
travel again, he was 
fed 700 pounds of 
cement and had his 
body attached to a 
new pedestal by long 
steel rods. 

With his permanent 
nestmg came success 
for Maryland. Acting 
as guardian to waves 
of Terp competitors, 
the national football 
championship came, 
as did several ACC 
titles in the 1950s. 
His popularity among 
the students might 
have been the undo- 



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ing of success, how- 
ever. When McKeldin 
Library was con- 
structed in the mid- 
dle of campus, the 
student body 
demanded Testudo's 
full-time presence in 
the center of day-to- 
day activities. 
Testudo had gone far 
beyond being just a 
symbol for athletics. 
He was a campus 
symbol. Students 
carefully carried him 
up the hill to the 
main College Green 
and the library, and 
he was bolted to a 
new bed of stone in 
the early 1960s. 

Coincidence or not, 
football did have a 
downturn in the 
1960s with Testudo 
absent. In the 1970s, 
when a costumed 
Testudo started to 
roam the sideline, 
success was return- 
ing. The furry 
Testudo reigned over 
unrivaled ACC foot- 
ball prowess, and 
sent Terps out to the 
four corners of the 
football world for 
bowls and intersec- 
tional clashes. 



In 1992, a bronze 
duplicate to Testudo 
was created and 
installed just outside 
the new Football 
Complex locker room 
door. As the football 
team takes the field, 
the team congregates 
around the bronze 
Terrapin, and then all 
touch his nose for 
good luck. In 1995, 
Testudo was again 
duplicated as a 
bronze Terrapin stat- 
ue was placed in 
Cole Field House as 
part of lobby refur- 
bishment. 

Joel Meisner Co. of 
Farmingdale, N.Y., 
created the dupli- 
cates. Two men 
spent two days in 
June of 1992 pouring 
a rubberized material 
over Testudo as it sat 
in front of McKeldin 
Library, followed by a 
wax mold on top. 
After a day to let the 
molds set, the wax 
was broken and easi- 
ly removed. The rub- 
ber mold, which actu- 
ally recreated 
Testudo, was 
painstakingly peeled 
away from the bronze 



and taken back to 
Meisner's factory 
where the first dupli- 
cate was created 
using the Lost Wax 
method. 

While Testudo was 
being copied by 
Meisner Co. in front 
of McKeldin, the 
research library was 
undergoing extensive 
refurbishment. As 
part of the new inte- 
rior and exterior 
McKeldin received, 
the original Testudo, 



was given a new 
pedestal and his 
bronze coat was 
cleaned. The Class 
of '33, which created 
Testudo in the first 
place, used its 60th 
reunion to dedicate 
the rejuvenated cam- 
pus symbol. 

Fifty-nine years 
ago, the Diamond- 
back turtle Gorham 
used as a model for 
the shelled wonder 
had a ribbon 
attached to it at the 
dedication. The rib- 
bon was tied to the 
canvas covering the 
statue. The 
Diamondback moved 
forward, and 
revealed the splendor 
of his larger, bronzed 
brother. But no one 
rushed the smaller 
Diamondback in his 
duties. All in atten- 
dance were true 
believers who knew 
what many unfaithful 
have discovered 
about Terrapins. 
They bite. 

The University of 
Maryland at College 
Park 

Picture a university 



so comprehensive 
that if offers degrees 
in 98 disciplines, so 
technologically 
advanced that it man- 
ages specially 
designed research 
facilities not found on 
any other campus in 
the country, and 
boasts a telecommu- 
nications system 
which serves as a 
model for universities 
worldwide. And, at 
the same time, it is a 
university concerned 
enough to include 
special housing 
matched to student 
interests, and to 
ensure that half of all 
undergraduate class- 
es have fewer than 
30 students. 

That's a snapshot 
of the University of 
Maryland at College 
Park, the flagship 
institution of 
Maryland's system of 
higher education. 

Academic Stature 

One of only 30 public 
research universities 
in the prestigious 58- 
member Association 
of American 
Universities; among 
fewer than 10 per- 




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cent of universities 
invited to join Phi 
Beta Kappa. 
Baccalaureate 
Choices: Degrees 
offered in 98 disci- 
plines; pre-profes- 
sional programs in 
dental hygiene, den- 
tistry, law, medical 
technology, medicine, 
nursing, optometry, 
osteopathic medicine, 
pharmacy, physical 
therapy and pediatric 
medicine. 

Dramatic Moments: 
Find them in the 
1,350 seat Tawes 
Theater, the stage for 
major theatrical pro- 
ductions and special 
events. 

Faculty Facts: Full- 
time, 1,998; part-time 
544; student/faculty 
ratio, 14/1. 
Getting There: The 
MARC train offers 
public transportation 
from College Park to 
Baltimore's Camden 
Station, next to Oriole 
Park at Camden 
Yards and near the 
Inner Harbor. The 



highly efficient Metro 
system puts the 
Suburban Maryland, 
District of Columbia 
and Northern Virginia 
areas a rapid transit 
system ride away 
from College Park. 
Ideas: More than 100 
active patent disclo- 
sures by university 
inventors are man- 
aged by the Office of 
Technology Liaison. 
Journalist's Pick: 
The College of 
Journalism was 
selected as one of 
two sites in the U.S. 
for the Hubert H. 
Humphrey 
Fellowship Program, 
and named one of the 
nation's top commu- 
nications programs 
by the Gannett 
Center for Media 
Studies. 

Library Holdings: 
Largest academic 
research library sys- 
tem in the 
Washington metro- 
politan area and 
among the largest in 
the nation. There are 
2.8 million volumes in 





libraries and 4.6 mil- 
lion items on micro- 
film. 

Nationally Noted: A 

dozen academic 
departments and pro- 
grams at College 
Park are placed in the 
top 10 among U.S. 
public universities by 
the National 
Academy of Sciences. 
Neighbors: Campus 
neighbors include the 
Library of Congress, 
the Smithsonian 
Institution, the 
National Institutes of 
Health, the National 
Aeronautics and 
Space Administration 



(NASA), the National 
Science Foundation 
and the U.S. 
Department of 
Agriculture's 
Agricultural Research 
Center. On campus is 
National Archives II. 
On the Drawing 
Board: $36 million 
campus recreation 
center and $100 mil- 
lion Center for 
Performing Arts will 
soon enhance the 
campus. 

U.S. News and World 
Report Finds: The 
Department of 
Computer Science 
ranks 12th in the 
nation, beating three 



Ivy League schools, 
and the Department 
of Physics is 13th 
best, ahead of UCLA 
and Pennsylvania 
among others. The 
College of Business 
and Management is 
considered 14th in 
student selectivity. 
Value Added: 
College Park is 
included in the Guide 
to 101 of the Best 
Values in Colleges 
and Universities, 
published annually 
by the Center for 
College Enrollment 
Studies. 



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Its official name is the 
"William P. Cole 
Student Activities 
Building." That's what 
can be read on the 
structure that sits 
between the tennis 
courts and the Student 
Union on the main 
thoroughfare on the 
University of Mary- 
land's College Park 
campus. 

Of course, everyone 
just calls it "Cole." Like 
Kentucky, where the 
Wildcats play at "Rupp." 
Or in Westwood, where 
UCLA plays in "Pauley." 

The building has also 
become known as Cole 
Field House, even 
though that description 
appears nowhere offi- 
cially. In 1955 when the 
building was dedicated, 
"field house" was typi- 
cally affixed to most 
indoor basketball facili- 
ties. Images of players 
in black and white 
shooting set shots, fans 
in bobby socks and a 
visit to the set of 
"Hoosiers" come to 
mind. 

That certainly was 
Cole when it opened, 
but so much has hap- 
pened since. As Cole 
celebrates its 40th 
anniversary season, it is 
still one of the top are- 
nas in the East, and one 
of the best places in the 
nation to watch a bas- 
ketball game. Just last 
season, a new locker 
room and a refurbished 
lobby area were com- 
pleted for the men's 
team. This season, the 
women's basketball 
team will have compa- 
rable facilities. The 
future could bring sky- 
boxes, air conditioning, 




new and additional 
seating, a glass facade, 
and an expanded Hall 
of Fame. 

"It's one of the great 
places to watch a col- 
lege basketball game in 
terms of view from the 
seats," says Gary 
Williams. "You don't 
have to change any- 
thing out there. But the 
building is 40 years old 
and there are some 
things you can do. Like 
building new locker 
rooms and painting the 
seats red." 

Athletics Director 
Debbie Yow has begun 
preliminary discussions 
on the refurbishment of 
Cole. 

Says Yow: "All it takes 
is money. I'd like to see 
more seats, air condi- 
tioning and a wider con- 
course. But right now, 
that's a dream." 

One thing that has 
remained constant in 



Cole is good basketball. 
In 40 years, there have 
been plenty of wonder- 
ful moments. The build- 
ing has housed a 
tremendous winning 
history and a rich tradi- 
tion of elite competition. 

The Terps have fin- 
ished at least .500 in 31 
of the 39 basketball sea- 
sons in Cole, including 
last season, when the 
team finished a perfect 
16-0. The building has 
played host to some of 
the great games in the 
program's history. Many 
such games came dur- 
ing the 1970s, when the 
Terps proved to be 
giant killers. During the 
decades of the 70s and 
'80s the Terps defeated 
then number ones 
South Carolina (1971), 
Notre Dame (1979), 
UCLA (1981) and 
Vuginia (1983). In the 
1990s the Terps defeat- 
ed North Carolina. 



Dedicated-December 2, 1955 

Capacity-14,500 (Courtside Seats: 96) 

First Game-December 2, 1955 

First Maryland Win-December 2, 1955, 
Maryland 67, Virginia 55 

First Maryland Loss-December 15, 1955, 
Kentucky 62, Maryland 61 

100th Game-December 18, 1964, Maryland 

82, Wake Forest 64 

200th Game-January 23, 1973, Maryland 100, 
Long Island 73 

300th Game-February 23, 1980, Maryland 82, 
Virginia 71 

400th Game-January 10, 1987, Virginia 71, 
Maryland 64 

500th Game-December 2, 1993, Maryland 89, 
UMBC80 

100th Victory-February 25, 1970, Maryland 

83, West Virginia 76 

200th Victory-December 28, 1977, Maryland 
91, Western Kentucky 78 

300th Victory-November 23, 1985, Maryland 

84, Northeastern 72 



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The dedication game, 
December 2, 1955, was 
also a Terp victory. 
Maryland opened the 
1955-56 season with a 
resounding 67-55 victo- 
ry over conference rival 
Virginia. The Terps 
were led by Bob 
Kessler's 23 points and 
16 rebounds. The year 
before, Maryland and 
Virginia and a handful 
from the Carolinas 
began competing in 
that Atlantic Coast 
Conference. Three 
years later, in 1958, the 
Terps would provide 
Cole with its first ACC 
Championship banner, 

Originally, the capaci- 
ty in Cole was 12,000 
because there were no 
floor seats. Some 9,000 
fans turned out for the 
inaugural game to see 
the $3.3 million arena 
dedicated in the name 
of a longtime member 
of the school's Board of 



Regents. The largest 
crowd ever to watch a 
game was 15,827; the 
crowd witnessed the 
Terps and North 
Carolina in an overtime 
1972 thriller. Cole now 
seats 14,500 in addition 
to 96 courtside seats, 
which became available 
at the beginning of the 
1993-94 season. 

Ironically, two of the 
biggest games in the 
arena's storied history 
did not feature the 
Terps on the court. In 
fact, it could be argued 
by basketball historians 
that Cole was the site 
of the two most impor- 
tant games in college 
and high school basket- 
ball history. 

In January of 1965, 
Morgan Wooten's 
DeMatha Catholic High 
School team played host 
to the powerful Power 
Memorial of New York 
in what is remembered 



as the biggest show- 
down in high school 
basketball history. 

Wootten was quietly 
building a national 
power in Hyattsville, 
Md, and he was doing 
so by playing, and 
defeating, the top prep 
teams in the nation. 
Power countered 
DeMatha's might with 
7-foot center Lew 
Alcindor (later Kareem 
Abdul- Jabbar), who 
would go on to be the 
all-time leading scorer 
in the history of the 
National Basketball 
Association. In front of 
more that 12,000 
screaming fans on a 
cold, snowy night, 
DeMatha upset Power, 
46-43, handing Alcindor 
the only loss of his high 
school career. That 
game is said to have 
gone a long way 
towards putting 
Washington, D.C. high 



Season 

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 
1993-94 
1994-95 
40-year record 



Won 

9 
8 

10 
7 



4 

5 

5 

9 

7 

5 

7 

4 

10 

11 

14 

12 

12 

12 

13 

15 

10 

12 

16 

12 

13 

14 

13 

14 

10 



5 

12 
11 
10 

8 

10 
16 
397 



Lost 

5 
2 
1 
3 
2 
2 
6 
6 
4 
3 
3 
5 
3 
6 
4 
4 

1 
1 
2 
2 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
5 
8 
4 
9 
4 
3 
5 
7 
3 

138 



Total Attendance-4,931,709 

Games-535 

Average Attendance-9,218 



Avg. Att 

NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

5,833 

8,592 

9,540 

8,249 

7,101 

6,650 

9,900 
12,056 
13,166 
13,294 
12,012 
13,427 
13,110 
12,645 
12,334 
11,196 
10,050 
12,132 

9,830 
10,144 
11,337 
12,458 
11,447 

8,816 
12,127 
9,198 
10,300 

9,820 

9,563 
11,681 
13,644 
13,814 
.742 



school basketball on the 
map with major college 
recruiters. 

Less than two years 
later, Cole was the site 
of perhaps the most 
memorable NCAA 
Tournament Final in 



history An all-Black 
team from Texas 
Western (now the 
University of Texas at 
El Paso) defeated an all 
white team from 
Kentucky to win the 
national championship. 



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The game turned a lot 
of heads, and led many 
coaches at Southern- 
based institutions to 
begin recruiting black 
student-athletes. Cole 
also played host to the 
1970 NCAA Champion- 
ship game in which 
UCLA defeated 
Jacksonville, as Sydney 
Lowe outdueled Artis 
Gilmore. It was the 
fourth of UCLA's seven 
consecutive NCAA 
Titles. In 1991, Cole 
played host to another 
huge upset, as 15th 
seeded Richmond 
defeated second seed- 
ed Syracuse, 73-69, in 
the first round of the 
NCAA Tournament. 
Cole also was the site 
of ESPN's first live col- 
lege basketball broad- 
cast in 1979. 
Cole is the only on- 



campus facility to have 
played host to multiple 
NCAA Final Fours. 

Cole can also boast to 
being one of the few 
on-campus facilities to 
play host to high school, 
college and professional 
games. In addition to 
the Maryland State 
High School 
Championships being 
held in Cole each 
spring, the Washington 
Bullets called Cole 
home while awaiting 
the competition of the 
Capital Centre (now 
US Air Arena). Cole also 
plays host to the 
Capital Classic High 
School All- Star game 
each April. 

"Cole" is much more 
than just a basketball 
arena. It is at the heart 
of the University of 
Maryland. 




RECORD AT COLE 



TERP ATTENDANCE RECORDS THROUGH THE YEARS 



Home Games Only 



Total Season Games 



Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


1963-64 


9 


52,500 


5,833 


26 


132,200 


5,084 


1964-65 


12 


103,100 


8,592 


26 


185,500 


7,135 


1965-66 


10 


95,400 


9,540 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


1966-67 


10 


82,490 


8,249 


25 


164,390 


6,576 


1967-68 


10 


70,100 


7,101 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


1968-69 


10 


66,500 


6,650 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


1969-70 


14 


138,600 


9,900 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


1970-71 


15 


180,842 


12,056 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


1971-72 


14 


184,323 


13,166 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


1972-73 


13 


172,828 


13,294 


30 


340,964 


11,365 


1973-74 


12 


144,149 


12,012 


28 


301,164 


10.756 


1974-75 


14 


187,971 


13,427 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


1975-76 


15 


196,656 


13,110 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


1976-77 


19 


240,254 


12,645 


27 


325,777 


12,066 


1977-78 


14 


172,673 


12,334 


28 


305,001 


10,893 


1978-79 


18 


201,536 


11,196 


30 


316,449 


10,548 


1979-80 


16 


160,815 


10,050 


31 


317,559 


10,242 


1980-81 


15 


196,978 


13,132 


31 


398,036 


12,840 


1981-82 


16 


157,275 


9,830 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


1982-83 


17 


172,445 


10,144 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


1983-84 


15 


170,060 


11,337 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


1984-85 


16 


199,335 


12,458 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


1985-86 


14 


160,267 


11,447 


33 


335,937 


10,180 


1986-87 


16 


130,975 


8,186 


26 


241,118 


9,274 


1987-88 


12 


145,525 


12,127 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


1988-89 


14 


128,773 


9,198 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


1989-90 


16 


164,806 


10,300 


33 


306,339 


9,293 


1990-91 


14 


137,476 


9,820 


28 


267,401 


9,550 


1991-92 


15 


143,444 


9,563 


29 


323,755 


11,164 


1992-93 


15 


175,217 


11,681 


28 


321,673 


11,488 


1993-94 


13 


177,376 


13,644 


30 


360,993 


12,033 


1994-95 


16 


221,020 


13,814 


34 


437,268 


12,861 



Attendance records prior to 1963 are incomplete 

Largest Cole Field House Crowd 15,287 

Final Score North Carolina 79, Maryland 77 (OT) 

Date Wednesday February 16, 1972. 

Because of current seating regulations, capacity of Cole Field House is now 14,500 




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1994-95 

DIVISION I MEN'S 

BASKETBALL ALL 

GAMES ATTENDANCE 

LEADEBS 

1 .Arkansas 695,026 

2.Kentucky 670,259 

3.N. Carolina 613,493 

4.Syracuse 572,574 

5.Louisville 476,821 

6.Connecticut 473,675 

7.Kansas 448,948 

8,Indiana 442,729 

9.Iowa 441,268 

10.UCLA 439,627 

ll.Maryland 437,268 

12.Brigham Young 433,936 

13.St. Louis 431,724 

14. Cincinnati 428,406 

15.niinois 427,807 




1994-95 

CONFERENCE 
LEADEBS IN 
ATTENDANCE 

Rank/Conference Avg. 

1 Big Ten 12,708 

2 Southeastern 11,510 

3 Great Midwest 11,264 

4 Big East 11,195 

5 Atlantic Coast 10,906 




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Iead Coach Gary Williams regularly tells any- 
one who asks that "Cole Field House is one of 
the toughest places to play in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference." He backs that statement up 
with fact: Maryland was the only team in the ACC 
to go unbeaten at home during the 1994-95 season 
and currently has a 38 game non-conference win- 
ning streak in this building. In addition, the Terps 
have won nearly 80 percent of their games played 
in Cole since Williams's coaching tenure at 
Maryland began in 1989. 

The cheerleaders and pep band are among the 
most enthusiastic and devoted fans of the Maryland 
Basketball program. During the basketball season, 
both organizations work from opening tip to final 
buzzer and beyond in support of Terp basketball. 
Both the cheerleaders and the pep band play at all 
home games, the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament and all post-season games. Both 
groups followed the team to Salt Lake City and 
Oakland during the NCAA Tournament last season. 

The enthusiastic and spirited Terp cheerleadmg 
squad placed eighth at the Collegiate Nationals 
sponsored by the National Cheerleadmg 
Association this past year in Dallas, Texas. The 
squad is coached by Lura Fleece and Tina Simijoski 
who are both former Terp cheerleaders. In addition 
to leading Cole Field House in cheers, the cheer- 
leaders are also expert gymnasts and dancers. They 
are accompanied by a student who dresses up as 
Testudo, Maryland's famous mascot. The squad per- 
forms at many athletic department functions, pep 
rallies and area functions spreading Terp spirit and 
athletic awareness. 

The pep band has become as much a part of 
Maryland basketball as full-court pressure defense 
and up-tempo offense under Gary Williams. The 
atmosphere in Cole as the band begins to play and 
the Terps take to the court is unmatched in any 
basketball court in the ACC. The pep band has 
been in existence since the opening of Cole and 
performs at every home game. In addition to tradi- 
tional fight songs, the pep band pro- 
vides an entertaining selection of 
well-known songs and show tunes to 
entertain and energize the sold-out 
crowds. 

The entire basketball program, 
coaches and players, know how hard 
both the cheerleaders and pep band 
work on their behalf. The fact that 
tickets for Cole are sold out this sea- 
son is proof that the support of the 
Terps is growing to levels never seen 
before in College Park. 

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




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WBAL (1090-AM) in 
Baltimore and 
WTOP (1500- AM) in 
Washington, D.C. are the 
flagship stations of the 
Learfield Sports/Maryland 
Radio Network which has 
over 20 affiliates in 
Maryland, the District of 
Columbia and Pennsyl- 
vania. The network carries 
every Maryland basketball 
game, plus insightful pre- 
game and post-game pro- 
grams with Head Coach 
Gary Williams along the 
fastest growing basketball 
network in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference region. 

Johnny Holliday is in his 
17th season as Maryland's 
play-by-play voice. He has 
been involved with the 
program since the 1980 
season and has accompa- 
nied the Terps to nine 
NCAA Tournaments and 
two NITs. Former Terp 
basketball great Greg 
Manning provides the color 
analysis. Manning is in his 
tenth season on the radio 
team, and draws upon his 
experience and insight 
from nearly 15 years of 
involvement with the 
Maryland program to pro- 
vide poignant analysis. 

The very popular Gary 
Williams' weekly radio 
show can be heard on 
WBAL. The one-hour call in 
show is hosted by WBAL 
sports director Josh Lewin 
on Monday evenings from 
6-7 p.m. The second half- 
hour of the progam will be 
heard throughout the lis- 
tening region on all of the 
Learfield/Maryland radio 
network stations, except 
for WTOP. 

JOHNNY HOLLIDAY 

Play-by-Play 

Johnny Holliday has 
earned the reputation as 
one of the finest play-by- 
play announcers in the 
nation. Currently in his 
17th year covering the 
Maryland basketball team, 
he has earned the title, 
"Voice of the Terps." 

Besides calling the 
action for the Maryland 
basketball and football 
teams, Holliday is the host 




Greg Manning, Head Coach Gary Williams and Johnny Holliday 



of the award winning Gary 
Williams' Show. In addi- 
tion, he handles a myriad 
of speaking duties within 
the Athletic Department- 
ranging from banquets, to 
alumni functions, to 
Terrapin Club and M-Club 
functions and golf outings. 

Holliday's list of credits 
includes morning and after- 
noon sports reports heard 
across the nation on ABC 
Radio. He has also covered 
for ABC the Winter and 
Summer Olympic games 
(1984, 1988 and 1992), the 
Masters Golf Tournament, 
championship boxing, pro- 
fessional football, and 
numerous college football 
bowl games. He will cover 
the 1995 Atlanta Summer 
games for ABC. He also 
hosts a daily morning 
sports show and an after- 
noon show which are syn- 
dicated nationally by the 
ABC Radio Network. 

Holliday's announcing 
career allows him to lay 
claim to being Washing- 
ton's most versatile broad- 
caster, and among the best 
nationwide. Whether it be 
in radio, where he was 
named America's number 
one disc jockey during his 
rock 'n roll DJ days, to his 
public address duties with 
the Cleveland Browns, 
Oakland Raiders, Golden 
State Warriors, to his work 
in Washington television for 
the Senators and Bullets, 
Holliday makes a complicat- 
ed business look easy. 



He brings that ease to 
the Maryland coach's tele- 
vision shows on Home 
Team Sports, the region's 
premier sports channel. He 
is also seen there as host 
of Redskins General 
Manager Charley 
Casserly's show and as 
host of ACC Sports Sunday. 
He also does special events 
for HTS that include base- 
ball, tennis, basketball, and 
track and field. 

A native of Miami, Fla., 
Holliday began his broad- 
casting career in Perry, 
Georgia, and through the 
years has worked in three of 
the nation's prime radio 
markets: New York City, San 
Francisco and Washington. 

He has the honor of 
being a member of the 
Sigma Circle of Omicron 
Delta Kappa. 

He and his wife Mary 
Clare are the parents of 
three daughters. Kellie is a 
physician along with her 
husband Steve; they reside 
in Bel Air, Md. Tracie is a 
Neo-natal nurse at 
Children's Hospital; her 
husband Chris is an attor- 
ney and they live in 
Kensington, Md. Moira is a 
sophomore at Georgetown 
Visitation Prep School m 
Washington. 

GREG MANNING 

Color Commentary 

Greg Manning, the 
Director of Major Gifts for 
the Department of Inter- 



collegiate Athletics, is in 
his tenth year as a member 
of the Maryland basketball 
broadcast crew. Manning 
has developed a very 
charismatic style on the 
air, one which the fans of 
Terps' basketball have 
grown accustomed. 

As the Director of Major 
Gifts, Manning has contin- 
ued his devotion to 
Terrapin Athletics through 
his daily professional life. 
He was appointed the 
Director of Major Gifts in 
1994. He had held the posi- 
tion of Executive Director 
of the M-Club from 1991-94 
where he helped develop 
and strengthen the univer- 
sity's athletic letter win- 
ners organization. In his 
current position, Manning 
has the responsibility of 
raising the funds needed to 
support the capital projects 
of the Athletic Department. 

Nearly 16 years after his 
playing career ended, 
Manning is still listed 
prominently in the Terps' 
recordbooks including 
holding the record for con- 
secutive baskets made 
with 15 during the 1981 
season. In addition, he is 
one of only two players in 
school history to shoot 75 
percent or above from the 
free throw line during each 
of his four varsity seasons. 

Off the court, Manning 
was a 1981 Academic AU- 
American and a three-time 
All-ACC Academic selec- 
tion. He earned an NCAA 
Post Graduate Scholarship 



upon his graduation from 
Maryland. 

Manning and his wife, 
Cathy, have a son, Greg, 
Jr., 10 and a daughter, 
Courtney, 6, and are resi- 
dents of Ellicott City, Md. 

LEARFIELD 
COMMUNICATIONS 

Learfield Communica- 
tions was founded in 1972, 
originally as Missouri 
Network, Inc., by Clyde 
Lear and Deny Brownfield. 
What began as a small 
farm network, heard over 
six radio stations, is now a 
company that provides a 
wide array of services to 
hundreds of broadcasters 
across the country. Besides 
the sports division, 
Learfield also does business 
through four other operat- 
ing divisions: Farm, News, 
Satellite and Data. 

Learfield Sports is one 
of the largest sports mar- 
keting groups in the coun- 
try. Besides Maryland, 
Learfield Sports holds the 
radio broadcast rights to 
the University of Missouri, 
the University of Iowa, 
Indiana University, Purdue 
University, the University 
of Wisconsin, the 
University of Arizona, the 
University of Oklahoma 
and Oklahoma State 
University. Learfield also 
distributes the broadcasts 
of the University of Illinois, 
Iowa State University and 
the University of Kansas. 



MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 




WBAL-AM 


BALTIMORE 


1090 


WTOP-AM 


WASHINGTON, D.C... 


1500 


WAMD-AM 


ABERDEEN 


970 


WIOO-AM 


CARLISLE.PA 


1000 


WTBO-AM 


CUMBERLAND 


1450 


WSER-AM 


ELKTON 


1550 


WFMD-AM 


FREDERICK 


930 


WARK-AM 


HAGERSTOWN 


1490 


WPTX-AM 


LEXINGTON PARK 


920 


WKHI-FM 


POCOMOKE CITY 


....106.5 


WTGM-AM 


SALISBURY 


960 


WTTR-AM 


WESTMINSTER 


1470 



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TERPS RETURN TO THE NATIONS ELITE 



The 1994-95 season will 
long be remembered as a 
breakthrough season for 
the Maryland basketball 
program. 

Many accomplishments 
made the 1994-95 season 
one of the finest in College 
Park history. 

■ The Terps advanced to 
the "Sweet 16" of the 
NCAA Tournament for the 
second consecutive sea- 
son, making Maryland one 
of just five teams to 
advance to the regional 
semifinals in each of the 
past two years. 

■ The Terps' 26 victories 
were the second most in 
school history and the 
most in 25 years. 

■ The Terps finished the 
season with a No. 11 rank- 
ing by the Associated 
Press, the highest by a 
Maryland team since 1980. 

■ The Terps tied for.the 
regular season champi- 
onship of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

■ The Terps' Joe Smith 
became the first Maryland 
basketball player to earn 
National Player of the Year 
honors. 

■ The Terps established 
new team records: Most 
points in a season (2,946) 
and most points in a game 
(138 vs. Morgan State); 
they led the ACC in scor- 
ing (86.7) and margin of 
victory (+12.7). 

■ The Terps set a new all- 
time season attendance 
mark (420,552), and an all- 
time per game average 
mark (13,814). Maryland 
was 19th in the nation in 
home attendance at Cole 
and had a 95.3 percent 
capacity rate for the entire 
season. 

■ The Terps finished unde- 
feated at home (16-0) for 
only the fourth time in 
school history. 

" Two-hundred-and-nine- 
ty-five of 300 NCAA 
schools would like to have 
done what we have done 
in the last two years," said 
Gary Williams following 
Maryland's regional semifi- 





nal round loss to 
Connecticut at the 
Oakland-Alameda County 
Coliseum. "That's go to the 
"Sweet 16" back-to-back. 
But people's expectations, 
and my expectations, were 
to go further than the 
"Sweet 16" this season 
after what we did last year 
and who we had coming 
back. That makes it tough. 
"But we're very proud of 
what we did and I'm very 
proud our players got 26 
wins and tied for the regu- 
lar season championship of 
the ACC. Three years ago, 
we won two ACC games 
during the regular season. 
Once we look past this 




game, we'll all appreciate 
what this team has accom- 
plished." 

After 1993-94's break- 
through season, expecta- 
tions soared for the Terps. 
The pressure to win did 
not exist before Maryland's 
upset of Massachusetts in 
the NCAA Tournament 
changed everything. In 
1994-95, a first place finish 
in the ACC was a distinct 
possibility with five 
starters back as was a 
Final Four berth. 

The Terps met many of 
those expectations, leading 
the ACC in several cate- 
gories. They finished in a 
four-way tie for the regular 
season championship, 
despite the loss of Williams 
down the stretch due to 
pneumonia. In his place, 
assistant coaches Billy 
Hahn, Art Perry and Jimmy 
Patsos led Maryland to a 
strong 2-2 mark and to the 
semifinal round of the ACC 
Tournament. Maryland lost 
to Final Four participant 
North Carolina in overtime 
after defeating Florida 
State in the ACC 
Tournament. 

"Last year (1993-94), we 
were picked for the ACC 
cellar, and this year we fin- 
ished in a tie for first. 
That's how far we have 
come," said National 



CLASS/POINTS/REBOUNDS/STARTS 
Seniors (168/56/0) 
Juniors (1,535/517/101) 
Sophomores (1,111/636/69) 
Freshmen (132/65/0) 

HONOR ROLL 
Keith Booth 

Honorable Mention All-ACC 

Exree Hipp 

Honorable Mention All-ACC 

Second Team All-ACC Tournament 

Bud Millikan Defensive Player of the Year (Team) 

CBS Player of the Game (Gonzaga) 

Matt Raydo 

WBAL Academic Award (Team) 
Mr. Hustle (Team) 

Johnny Rhodes 

3rd Team All-ACC 

CBS Player of the Game (Connecticut) 

Duane Simpkins 

Honorable Mention All-ACC 
Most Assists Award (Team) 
Outstanding Free Throw Shooter (Team) 

Joe Smith 

Consensus National Player of the Year 

Naismith Foundation National Player of the Year 

Associated Press Player of the Year 

United Press International Player of the Year 

Basketball America Player of the Year 

College Sports Magazine Player of the Year 

Eastern Basketball Player of the Year 

ACC Player of the Year 

ECAC Player of the Year 

1st Team All-ACC 

5 time ACC Player of the Week 

1st Team All-ECAC 

NABC 1st Team All-District 

USBWA First Team All-District 

Most Valuable Player (Team) 

Charles "Buck" Williams/Len Elmore Rebounding 

Award (Team) 
Bud Millikan Defensive Player of the Year (Team) 
CBS Player of the Game (Texas) 



Player of the Year Joe 
Smith, shortly after playing 
in his last game as a Terp. 
"By that measure, yes, this 
season was a huge suc- 
cess for our program. 
That's the way that I will 
look at the season." 

Maryland opened at the 
Maui Invitational. The 
Terps' strong pre-season 



rankings elevated expecta- 
tions from the start. The 
Terps defeated 
Chaminade, the host 
school, and a tough Utah 
team before falling to 
eventual NCAA Participant 
Arizona State in the cham- 
pionship game. 

The regular season was 
a highlight film of slam 



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TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS 



■ NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16"; Second consecutive season - one of only five 
teams to advance to the round of 16 in each of the last two years. 

■ Regular season championship, Atlantic Coast Conference 

■ 26 Overall victones, second most in school history and most since the 1971-72 season 

■ Ranked 13th nationally in scoring offense, 86.7 points per game 

■ Ranked 8th nationally in scoring margin, +12.8 

■ Ranked 13th nationally in field goal percentage, 49.8 percent 

■ Ranked 12th nationally in rebound margin, +6.6 

■ All five starters earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference Honors 

■ All five starters averaged in double figure scoring for the second consecutive season 

■ Undefeated at home, 16-0, for only the fourth time in school history 

■ No. 10 final national Associated Press Ranking; first top 10 finish since the 1980 
season and only the sixth national top-10 finish in the programs history. 

■ National Player-of-the-Year Award winner for the first time in school history. 

■ Total overall attendance record, 420,552 in 34 games 

■ Average home attendance record, 13,814 m 16 games 

■ Team record for points scored in a single season, 2946 

■ Team record for assists in a single season, 641 

■ Team record for free throws made in a single season, 697 

■ Team record for free throws attempted in a single season, 987 

■ Team record for most points scored in a single game, 138 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

■ Team record for most points scored in one half, 85, vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

■ Atlantic Coast Conference record for most points scored in one half, 85, vs. 
Morgan State (12-23-94) 

■ Team record for free throws made in a smgle game, 41, vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

■ Team record for most free throws attempted in a single game, 67, vs. Morgan 
State, (12-23-94) 

■ Atlantic Coast Conference record for free throws attempted in a single game, 67, 
vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

I Team record for three-point field goals made in one game, 11, vs. American (12-30-94) 



dunks, buzzer beaters and 
three-pomt shots. 
Maryland swept Clemson, 
Duke, Florida State, N.C. 
State, and beat Virginia, 
North Carolina and Wake 
Forest at home. In a game 
that could have propelled 
the Terps to the top three, 
they stumbled at Georgia 
Tech in early February. 
The Terps lost to Virginia 
on the final day of the reg- 
ular season to tie the con- 
ference standings in knots. 

Outside of the ACC, the 
Terps played a competitive 
national schedule in which 
they were able to display 
their talents on national 
television. The Terps 
played well against 
Massachusetts in the 
Baltimore Arena and 
defeated Cincinnati, 74-72, 
in a game played in the 
Alamodome in San 
Antonio, Texas. 

Statistically, Maryland 
was a handful. In addition 




to leading the conference 
in scoring, margin of victo- 
ry and ranking second in 
field goal percentage 
(.498), the Terps finished 
first in rebound margin 
(+6.5) and steals (8.9). 
Despite establishing the 
school record for points in 
a season, the Terps ranked 
eighth in three-point 
shooting (.353). 

Many speculated the 
team missed Williams, who 



became ill prior to the 
Terps' game versus Duke in 
Cameron Indoor Stadium. 
Williams missed the final 
two regular season games 
and the ACC Tournament. 
He returned for the Terps 
NCAA Tournament run as 
the Terps recorded a 2-1 
mark. 

"It was the most unusu- 
al season I have ever had, " 
said Williams, who had 
never before missed a 

78 




game because of illness. 

In addition to Smith, 
Maryland's talented 
starters elevated their 
games. Johnny Rhodes 
found his shooting range 
more often than not, 
while Exree Hipp was 
among the best defenders 
in the nation and peaked 
as the Terps came down 
the stretch. Keith Booth 
was consistent through- 
out the entire season, and 
defensively was without 
many peers in the ACC. 
Duane Simpkins played 
well all season and keyed 
the Terps in all three 
rounds of the NCAA 
Tournament. All five 
starters averaged in dou- 
ble figures for the second 
consecutive season. 

The bench played 
extraordinarily well. 
Mario Lucas and senior 
Wayne Bristol were 
impact players coming off 
the bench throughout the 
season. Williams went 
with a mostly seven-man 
rotation. But Rodney 
Elliott's playing time 
increased down the 
stretch. Guard Matt 
Kovarik slumped early, 
but regained his confi- 
dence and was able to 
assume a defensive stop- 
per's role. Sarunas 
Jasikevicius also gained a 
form that helped him 
throughout the course of 



the season. 

The Terps' success 
brought increased local 
and national media atten- 
tion. Smith attracted much 
of the attention during his 
National Player of the Year 
campaign, and the result- 
ing speculation about his 
collegiate or professional 
future. Stories appeared in 
many national publica- 
tions, including a five page 
spread in Sports 
Illustrated, following the 
Terps victory over No. 1 
North Carolina. 

Tickets for games in 
Cole Field House became 
increasingly hard to obtain, 
and students camped out 
for 24 hours to pick-up 
tickets for Maryland's bat- 
tle versus UNC. It was 
called the largest student 
turnout for basketball tick- 
ets by Maryland students 
ever by athletic depart- 
ment officials. 

"I like our team next 
season," said Gary 
Williams, following his 
team's loss to Connecticut 
in the West Region semifi- 
nals of the NCAA 
Tournament. "I like our 
team because even with- 
out Joe we have four 
starters back and look at 
how many players the rest 
of the ACC loses. We have 
some great recruits. We'll 
be ready to play whatever 
the circumstances." 






JxASehJ&meur- 



Maryland Men's Basketball — 1994-95 Final Season Statistics 

Final Record: 26-8, 12-4 ACC (Tlst) 





i 


— TOTAL- 


-/ 














OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


G-GS 


FG-FGA 


.PCT 


3P-3PA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS 


AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVG 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BK 


ST 


MTN 


Joe Smith 


34-34 


245-424 


.578 


9-21 


.429 


209-282 


.741 


708 


20.8 


135 


227 


362 


10.7 


87-3 


40 


73 


97 


51 


1110 


Johnny Rhodes 


34-34 


190-362 


.525 


45-120 


.375 


50-72 


.694 


475 


14.0 


77 


102 


179 


5.3 


99-5 


126 


76 


18 


85 


1114 


Exree Hipp 


34-34 


170-331 


.514 


22-69 


.319 


99-151 


656 


461 


13.6 


65 


76 


141 


4.2 


85-1 


109 


75 


10 


32 


1046 


Keith Booth 


34-34 


126-277 


.455 


3-23 


.130 


114-164 


.695 


369 


10.9 


88 


159 


247 


7.3 


106-4 


76 


102 


13 


43 


949 


Duane Simpkins 


34-33 


106-238 


.445 


40-105 


.381 


106-126 


.841 


358 


10.5 


10 


62 


72 


2.1 


74-0 


162 


96 


10 


28 


1109 


Mario Lucas 


34-0. 


87-207 


.420 


22-57 


.386 


45-78 


.577 


241 


7.1 


47 


78 


125 


3.7 


50-0 


23 


26 


9 


14 


522 


Wayne Bristol 


34-0 


47-101 


.465 


18-52 


.346 


21-33 


.636 


133 


3.9 


18 


22 


40 


1.2 


30-1 


31 


2 


4 


19 


345 


S. Jastkevicius 


29-0 


29-65 


.446 


14-37 


.378 


17-21 


.810 


89 


3.1 


6 


13 


19 


0.7 


24-1 


22 


17 


1 


10 


178 


Donny Judd 


10-0 


5-11 


.455 


1-5 


.200 


5-9 


.556 


16 


1.6 


2 


3 


5 


0.5 


2-0 


3 


3 





1 


22 


Kuitis Shultz 


12-0 


7-11 


.636 


3-6 


.500 


2-2 


1.00 


19 


1.6 


2 


9 


11 


0.9 


2-0 


1 


3 





3 


37 


Rodney Elliott 


30-0 


14-28 


.500 


1-5 


.200 


14-27 


.519 


43 


1.4 


18 


28 


46 


1.5 


34-0 


13 


13 


5 


7 


166 


Matt Raydo 


12-0 


4-9 


.445 


0-3 


.000 


4-5 


.800 


12 


1.0 


1 


5 


6 


0.5 


4-0 


8 


1 





3 


35 


Matt Kovarik 


31-1 


5-16 


.313 


1-5 


.200 


11-17 


.647 


22 


0.7 


7 


20 


27 


0.9 


35-0 


27 


21 


1 


6 


192 


Team 
























87 
















Maryland Totals 


34-34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


706 


2946 


86.7 


476 


804 


1367 


40.2 


632-15 


641 


508 


168 


302 


6825 


Opponent Team 
























97 
















Opponent Totals 


34-34 


923-2098 


.440 


241-685 


.352 


427-651 


.656 


2514 


73.9 


398 


647 


1142 


33.6 


727-34 


511 


573 


149 


220 


6825 


SCORE BY PERIOD 




1 


2 


OT 




OT 


TOTAL 






DEADBALL REBOUNDS 
















Maryland 




1353 


1587 


6 







2946 








132 


















Opponents 




1147 


1356 


11 







2514 








93 



















Maryland Men's Basketball — 1994-95 Final ACC Statistics Only 

Final ACC Record: 12-4, (Tlst) 





1- 


-TOTAL- 


-/ 














OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


G-GS 


FG-FGA 


.PCT 


3P-3PA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


■PCT 


PTS 


AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVG 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BK 


ST 


MIN 


Joe Smith 


16-16 


117-201 


.582 


1-3 


.333 


100-128 


.781 


335 


20.9 


64 


109 


173 


10.8 


38-1 


25 


30 


42 


20 


543 


Johnny Rhodes 


16-16 


82-157 


.522 


20-50 


.400 


19-28 


.679 


203 


12.7 


27 


52 


79 


4.9 


50-3 


54 


33 


12 


33 


563 


Duane Simpkins 


16-16 


58-131 


.443 


20-54 


.370 


54-60 


.900 


190 


11.9 


7 


29 


36 


2.3 


33-0 


79 


44 


4 


10 


554 


Exree Hipp 


16-16 


67-141 


.475 


13-40 


.325 


39-55 


.709 


186 


11.6 


27 


33 


60 


3.8 


42-0 


48 


39 


7 


13 


511 


Keith Booth 


16-16 


55-125 


.440 


2-13 


.154 


52-74 


.703 


164 


10.3 


34 


63 


97 


6.1 


52-2 


35 


45 


6 


25 


466 


Mano Lucas 


16-0 


31-91 


.341 


8-26 


.308 


11-25 


.440 


81 


5.1 


20 


33 


53 


3.3 


22-0 


7 


10 


4 


5 


226 


Wayne Bristol 


16-0 


17-33 


.515 


8-19 


.421 


4-9 


.445 


46 


2.9 


7 


8 


15 


0.9 


10-0 


4 


1 


1 


2 


57 


S. Jasikevicius 


15-0 


6-18 


.333 


6-15 


.400 


2-2 


1.00 


20 


1.3 


2 


6 


8 


0.5 


7-0 


6 


6 


1 


2 


60 


Rodney Elliott 


14-0 


3-7 


.429 


1-2 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


10 


0.7 


4 


13 


17 


1.2 


10-0 


4 


1 


1 


2 


57 


Matt Kovarik 


13-0 


1,3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


3-4 


.750 


6 


0.5 


3 


5 


8 


0.6 


14-0 


9 


8 





4 


77 


Donny Judd 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 





0.0 





1 


1 


0.5 


0-0 





1 








2 


Matt Raydo 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 











0.0 


0-0 


1 











2 


Kurtis Shultz 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 











0.0 


0-0 














2 


Team 
























37 
















Maryland Totals 


16-16 


437-907 


.482 


80-224 


.357 


287-393 


.730 


1241 


77.6 


195 


352 


584 


36.5 


277-6 


272 


218 


78 


116 


3200 


Opponent Team 
























42 
















Opponent Totals 


16-16 


425-959 


.443 


120-332 


.362 


196-283 


.693 


1166 


72.9 


173 


298 


513 


32.1 


301-5 


252 


236 


83 


102 


3200 



79 



JkdS<rh^&umur- 



Maryland Men's Basketball — 1994-95 Team Game-by-Game Statistics 

Season Record, 26-8, 12-4 ACC 



TEAMS 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


PF-D 


OR-DR 


REB 


HALF 


FTNA 


#7Maryland 


39-59 


.661 


7-12 


.583 


10-18 


.555 


23 


13 


2 


11 


19-0 


7-25 


32 


41 


95 


Chaminade 


23-52 


.442 


7-14 


.500 


14-19 


.737 


12 


24 


1 


8 


17-1 


8-18 


26 


27 


67 


Utah 


30-63 


.476 


5-21 


.238 


13-21 


.619 


13 


19 


3 


6 


29-3 


13-21 


34 


41 


78 


#7Maryland 


27-46 


.586 


5-10 


.500 


31-44 


.704 


17 


17 


7 


7 


21-1 


6-24 


30 


50 


90 


Arizona State 


32-53 


.604 


6-15 


.400 


27-42 


.643 


17 


16 


3 


11 


18-0 


12-19 


31 


42 


97 


#7Maryland 


34-65 


.523 


3-12 


.250 


19-22 


.863 


17 


17 


3 


7 


27-3 


15-18 


33 


38 


90 


Loyola (Md.) 


23-58 


.397 


7-17 


.412 


9-13 


.692 


12 


24 


2 


6 


26-3 


13-19 


32 


37 


62 


#HMaryland 


30-60 


.500 


3-15 


.200 


29-41 


.707 


20 


17 


10 


4 


15-0 


19-26 


45 


42 


92 


BuckneH 


24-58 


.414 


11-26 


.423 


5-11 


.455 


12 


26 


3 


5 


23-2 


12-17 


29 


26 


64 


#HMaryland 


38-66 


.576 


6-13 


.462 


20-32 


.625 


25 


18 


6 


14 


14-0 


19-27 


46 


47 


102 


UMBC 


28-63 


.444 


7-20 


.350 


14-17 


.824 


14 


23 


2 


6 


21-0 


13-16 


29 


31 


77 


#HMaryland 


35-64 


.547 


5-18 


.278 


27-31 


.871 


24 


19 


5 


13 


19-0 


15-24 


39 


53 


102 


Colgate 


18-60 


.300 


8-22 


.364 


9-14 


.643 


11 


30 


6 


8 


20-1 


13-19 


32 


23 


53 


#HMaryland 


41-80 


.513 


8-21 


.381 


23-27 


.852 


17 


19 


7 


17 


16-0 


23-32 


55 


51 


113 


#5Massachusetts 


30-63 


.476 


6-12 


.500 


19-25 


.760 


17 


18 


13 


8 


28-3 


15-26 


41 


45 


85 


#HMaryland 


23-63 


.365 


1-14 


.071 


27-44 


.614 


14 


22 


3 


7 


21-1 


25-23 


48 


39 


74 


Towson State 


25-65 


.400 


4-21 


.190 


17-27 


.630 


13 


23 


1 


3 


32-1 


10-23 


32 


33 


73 


#12Maryland 


38-67 


.567 


6-19 


.316 


38-56 


.679 


27 


12 


3 


12 


23-0 


12-36 


48 


60 


120 


Morgan State 


30-75 


.400 


8-18 


.444 


4-13 


.308 


20 


30 


3 


8 


39-4 


17-16 


33 


24 


72 


#HMaryland 


45-70 


.643 


7-18 


.389 


41-67 


.612 


34 


18 


8 


8 


19-0 


19-32 


51 


53 


138 


LaSaUe 


29-67 


.433 


10-32 


.313 


12-19 


.632 


21 


15 


1 


7 


22-1 


14-19 


33 


40 


80 


#9Maryland 


32-61 


.525 


8-18 


.444 


24-33 


.727 


23 


18 


5 


8 


18-0 


14-26 


40 


43 


96 


American 


28-61 


.459 


9-19 


.474 


12-17 


.706 


15 


24 


1 


4 


18-1 


14-20 


34 


35 


77 


#9Maryland 


37-71 


.521 


11-24 


.458 


13-16 


.813 


29 


19 


8 


14 


18-1 


15-21 


36 


36 


98 


#24Ga. Tech 


28-65 


.431 


5-17 


.294 


6-13 


.462 


15 


19 


4 


2 


18-0 


16-18 


34 


32 


67 


#7Maryland 


30-61 


.492 


4-14 


.286 


16-21 


.762 


23 


15 


9 


9 


11-0 


14-23 


37 


38 


80 


#1N. Carolina 


31-64 


.484 


8-20 


.400 


30-50 


.600 


21 


14 


9 


10 


19-0 


18-23 


-41 


47 


100 


#7Maryland 


33-74 


.446 


7-19 


.368 


17-25 


.680 


17 


18 


1 


6 


33-2 


21-23 


44 


40 


90 


#9Maryland 


22-60 


.367 


2-10 


.200 


24-38 


.632 


8 


10 


3 


10 


18-0 


19-33 


52 


31 


70 


Florida State 


22-75 


.293 


5-34 


.147 


8-12 


.667 


5 


15 


14 


2 


25-1 


22-24 


46 


28 


57 


#14Wake Forest 


27-53 


.509 


8-21 


.381 


4-4 


1.00 


15 


19 


3 


3 


16-0 


10-14 


24 


30 


66 


#9Maryland 


29-54 


.537 


5-12 


.417 


13-16 


.813 


18 


17 


5 


9 


10-0 


14-16 


30 


35 


76 


N.C. State 


26-68 


.382 


6-21 


.286 


9-13 


.692 


15 


10 


2 


7 


21-0 


15-11 


26 


27 


67 


#8Maiyland 


30-51 


.588 


3-12 


.250 


21-27 


.777 


21 


12 


6 


3 


12-0 


11-29 


40 


38 


84 


#8Maryland 


19-31 


.613 


3-12 


.250 


15-20 


.750 


12 


17 


1 


4 


14-0 


7-18 


25 


27 


56 


Clemson 


21-44 


.477 


5-14 


.357 


4-5 


.800 


15 


8 





15 


17-0 


5-9 


14 


19 


51 


Duke 


28-61 


.459 


8-27 


.296 


8-13 


.615 


19 


12 


9 


4 


14-0 


11-27 


38 


34 


72 


#8Maryland 


28-64 


.438 


7-10 


.700 


11-13 


.846 


18 


9 


4 


9 


15-0 


11-24 


35 


41 


74 


Virginia 


27-58 


.466 


5-12 


.417 


3-11 


.273 


15 


12 


1 


6 


15-1 


6-23 


32 


34 


62 


#5Maryland 


27-63 


.429 


3-15 


.200 


14-21 


.667 


16 


10 


13 


3 


15-0 


16-26 


42 


34 


71 


#5Maryland 


30-51 


.588 


9-17 


.529 


22-28 


.786 


23 


17 


4 


8 


29-2 


6-21 


27 


42 


91 


#21Ga. Tech 


30-57 


.526 


8-18 


.444 


32-39 


.821 


13 


12 


1 


8 


18-0 


12-18 


30 


38 


100 


#1N. Carolina 


27-66 


.409 


11-29 


.379 


8-10 


.800 


17 


13 


5 


6 


18-1 


10-17 


27 


38 


73 


#8Maryland 


32-60 


.533 


7-16 


.438 


15-16 


.938 


23 


15 


7 


6 


13-0 


10-30 


40 


39 


86 


Florida State 


24-57 


.421 


8-21 


.381 


9-13 


.692 


18 


24 


9 


2 


17-0 


17-24 


41 


33 


65 


#8Maryland 


28-63 


.444 


6-18 


.333 


18-22 


.818 


22 


8 


7 


9 


11-0 


14-18 


32 


38 


80 


#8Maiyland 


19-56 


.339 


1-15 


.067 


15-18 


.833 


9 


19 


4 


7 


20-1 


17-20 


37 


30 


54 


#14Wake Forest 


19-53 


.358 


6-19 


.316 


19-23 


.826 


11 


16 


9 


10 


13-0 


13-23 


36 


27 


63 


#7Maryland 


26-59 


.441 


5-11 


.455 


17-26 


.654 


20 


16 


6 


8 


20-0 


15-23 


38 


34 


74 


Cincinnati 


29-67 


.433 


6-18 


.333 


8-18 


.444 


20 


16 


4 


5 


24-2 


17-20 


37 


32 


72 


N.C. State 


27-68 


.397 


10-25 


400 


7-11 


.636 


18 


16 





12 


22-0 


10-27 


27 


31 


71 


#7Maryland 


29-55 


.527 


5-11 


.455 


21-30 


.700 


19 


22 


7 


11 


16-0 


14-33 


47 


41 


84 


Clemson 


24-48 


.500 


10-19 


.526 


10-11 


.909 


14 


21 


2 


6 


29-3 


10-18 


28 


25 


68 


#7Maryland 


24-41 


.585 


6-13 


.462 


30-50 


.600 


18 


10 


3 


10 


16-0 


11-15 


26 


28 


84 


#6Maryland 


34-68 


.500 


6-11 


.545 


20-26 


.769 


18 


14 


1 


4 


18-1 


19-23 


42 


41 


94 


Duke 


31-61 


.508 


9-16 


.563 


21-28 


.750 


17 


12 


8 


5 


20-5 


8-19 


27 


43 


92 


#6Maryland 


23-55 


.418 


6-19 


.316 


15-22 


.682 


15 


14 


3 


6 


22-0 


6-21 


27 


34 


67 


#13Virginia 


33-61 


.541 


8-19 


.421 


18-27 


.667 


24 


13 


7 


4 


19-0 


12-30 


42 


42 


92 


Florida State 


26-61 


.426 


4-12 


.333 


8-21 


.381 


11 


17 


5 


6 


26-3 


15-22 


37 


36 


64 


#10Maiyland 


21-54 


.389 


4-12 


.333 


25-36 


.694 


4 


19 


4 


8 


22-1 


18-29 


47 


32 


71 


#10Maiyland 


32-78 


.410 


9-24 


.375 


19-27 


.704 


9 


7 


5 


5 


19-0 


20-23 


43 


36 


92 (OT) 


#4North Carolina 


39-74 


.527 


8-26 


.308 


11-14 


.786 


15 


10 


7 





22-1 


15-31 


46 


43 


97 


Gonzaga 


23-57 


.404 


6-25 


.240 


11-16 


.688 


15 


18 


6 


9 


18-0 


10-20 


30 


25 


63 


#10 Maryland 


34-72 


.472 


7-17 


.412 


12-19 


.632 


17 


12 





6 


18-0 


22-27 


49 


40 


87 


Texas 


24-68 


.353 


3-21 


.143 


17-28 


.607 


5 


17 


3 


12 


28-2 


19-20 


39 


30 


68 


#10 Maryland 


28-55 


.509 


0-5 


.000 


26-41 


.634 


17 


21 


7 


10 


22-0 


17-30 


47 


35 


82 


#8Connecticut 


36-74 


.486 


6-14 


.429 


21-33 


.636 


22 


9 


2 


6 


15-1 


20-23 


43 


49 


99 


#10Maryland 


38-83 


.458 


4-20 


.200 


9-14 


.643 


22 


16 


2 


3 


24-1 


25-24 


29 


41 


89 



80 



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1994-95 FINAL ACC STANDINGS AND STATISTICS 





Conference Games 


All Games 




Team 


W 


L 


.PCT 


W 


L 


.PCT 


Wake Forest 


12 


4 


.750 


26 


6 


.813 


North Carolina 


12 


4 


.750 


28 


6 


.824 


Maryland 


12 


4 


.750 


26 


8 


.765 


Virginia 


12 


4 


.750 


25 


9 


.735 


Georgia Tech 


8 


8 


.500 


18 


12 


.600 


Florida State 


5 


11 


.313 


12 


15 


.444 


Clemson 


5 


11 


.313 


15 


13 


.536 


N.C. State 


4 


12 


.250 


12 


15 


.444 


Duke 


2 


14 


.125 


13 


18 


.419 



Bold denotes Conference Champion via ACC Tournament 

FINAL 1994-95 ACC INDIVIDUAL 
STATISTICS 

Scoring 

Rank Player, Year, School 

1. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 

2. Travis Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 

3 . Randolph Childress , Sr. , Wake Forest 32 

4. Jerry Stackhouse, So., N. Carolina 

5. Cherokee Parks, Sr., Duke 

6. James Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 

7. Bob Sura, Sr., Florida State 

8. Junior Burrough, Sr., Virginia 

9. James Collins, So., Florida State 

10. Tim Duncan, So., Wake Forest 

11. Rasheed Wallace, So., N Carolina 

12. Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 

13. Harold Deane, So., Virginia 

14. Donald Williams, Sr., N. Carolina 

15. Johnny Rhodes, Jr., Maryland 
15. Ishua Benjamin, Fr., N.C. State 

17. Exree Hipp, Jr., Maryland 

18. Drew Barry, Jr., Georgia Tech 

19. Jeff Capel, So., Duke 

20. Jeff Mclnnis, So., N. Carolina 

Field Goal Percentage 

Rank Player, Year, School 

1. Rasheed Wallace, So., N. Carolina 

2. Tom Duncan, So., Wake Forest 

3. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 

4. Greg Buckner, Fr., Clemson 

5. Johnny Rhodes, Jr., Maryland 

6. Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 

7. Jerry Stackhouse, So., N. Carolina 

8. Exiee Hipp, Jr., Maryland 

9. James Collins, So., Florida State 

10. Junior Burrough, Sr., Virginia 

Free Throw Percentage 

Rank Player, Year, School 

1. Travis Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 

2. Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 

3. Duane Simpkins, Jr., Maryland 

4. Randolph Childress, Sr., Wake Forest 

5. Merl Code, So., Clemson 

6. Harold Deane, So., Virginia 

7. Cherokee Parks, Sr., Duke 

8. Drew Barry, Jr., Georgia Tech 

9. Tim Duncan, So., Wake Forest 

10. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 

3-Point Field Goals Per Game 

Rank Player, Year, School 

1. Curtis Staples, Fr., Virginia 

2. Randolph Childress, Sr., Wake Forest 

3. James Collins, So., Florida State 

4. Donald Williams, Sr., N. Carolina 

5. Lakista McCuller, Sr., N.C. State 

6. Travis Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 

7. Bruce Martin, Sr., Clemson 
Jeff Capel, So., Duke 
Harold Deane, So, Virginia 
Dante Calabria, Jr., N. Carolina 



G 


FG 


FT 


PTS 


AVG 


34 


245 


209 


708 


20.8 


30 


209 


116 


607 


20.2 


32 


183 


184 


644 


20.1 


34 


215 


185 


652 


19.2 


31 


222 


114 


589 


19.0 


24 


184 


83 


451 


18.8 


27 


164 


123 


502 


18.6 


34 


236 


142 


615 


18.1 


27 


181 


53 


487 


18.0 


32 


208 


118 


537 


16.8 


34 


238 


89 


566 


16.6 


27 


164 


116 


444 


16.4 


34 


148 


178 


543 


16.0 


34 


189 


61 


526 


15.5 


34 


190 


50 


475 


14.0 


27 


138 


54 


377 


14.0 


34 


170 


99 


461 


13.6 


27 


119 


73 


361 


13.4 


31 


144 


36 


387 


12.5 


34 


155 


66 


420 


12.4 


G 




FG 


ATT. 


.PCT 


34 




238 


364 


.654 


32 




208 


352 


.591 


34 




245 


424 


.578 


28 




141 


268 


.526 


34 




190 


362 


.525 


27 




164 


316 


.519 


34 




215 


416 


.517 


34 




170 


331 


.514 


27 




181 


354 


.511 


34 




236 


471 


.501 


G 




FT 


ATT. 


.PCT 


30 




116 


137 


.847 


27 




116 


138 


.841 


34 




106 


126 


.841 


t 32 




184 


221 


.833 


28 




79 


97 


.814 


34 




178 


225 


.791 


31 




114 


147 


.776 


27 




73 


97 


.753 


32 




118 


159 


.742 


34 




209 


282 


.741 


G 




FT 


ATT. 


.PCT 


34 




103 


244 


3.0 


t 32 




94 


245 


2.9 


27 




72 


164 


2.7 


34 




87 


218 


2.6 


27 




67 


183 


2.5 


30 




73 


192 


2.4 


28 




64 


144 


2.3 


31 




63 


137 


2.0 


34 




69 


196 


2.0 


33 




66 


133 


2.0 



Rebounds 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


REB. 


AVG. 


1. Tim Duncan, So, Wake Forest 


32 


401 


12.5 


2. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 


34 


263 


10.6 


3. Cherokee Parks, Sr., Duke 


31 


289 


9.3 


4. Junior Burrough, Sr., Virginia 


34 


295 


8.7 


5. Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 


27 


229 


8.5 


6. Erik Meek, Sr., Duke 


31 


256 


8.3 


6. James Forrest, Sr., Georgia Tech 


24 


198 


8.3 


8. Jerry Stackhouse, So., N. Carolina 


34 


280 


8.2 


8. Rasheed Wallace, So., N. Carolina 


34 


279 


8.2 


10. Corey Louis, Fr., Florida State 


27 


210 


7.8 


Offensive Rebounds 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


REB. 


AVG. 


1. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 


34 


135 


3.97 


2. Tim Duncan, So., Wake Forest 


32 


123 


3.84 


3. Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 


27 


100 


3.70 


3. Corey Louis, Fr., Florida State 


27 


100 


3.70 


5. Erik Meek, Sr., Duke 


31 


110 


3.54 


Assists 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


AST. 


AVG. 


1. Drew Barry, Jr., Georgia Tech 


27 


181 


6.7 


2. Bob Sura, Sr., Florida State 


27 


146 


5.4 


3. Jeff Mclnnis, So., North Carolina 


34 


180 


5.3 


4. Randolph Childress, Sr., Wake 


32 


167 


5.2 


5. Travis best, Sr., Georgia Tech 


31 


151 


5.0 


6. Duane Simpkins, Jr., Maryland 


34 


162 


4.8 


7. Ishua Benjamin, Fr., N.C. State 


27 


125 


4.6 


8. Harold Deane, So., Virginia 


34 


147 


4.3 


9. Jeff Capel, So., Duke 


31 


126 


4.1 


10. Merl Code, So., Clemson 


28 


111 


4.0 


Assist/Turnover Ratio 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


AST. 


TO RATIO 


1. Jeff Mclnnis, So., N. Carolina 


34 


180 


72 2.50 


2. Drew Barry, Jr., Georgia Tech 


27 


181 


81 2.23 


3. Travis Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 


30 


151 


69 2.19 


4. Duane Simpkins, Jr., Maryland 


34 


162 


96 1.69 


5. Harold Deane, So., Virginia 


34 


147 


88 1.67 


Blocked Shots Per Game 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


BLK. 


AVG. 


1. Tim Duncan, So., Wake Forest 


32 


135 


4.2 


2 


Joe Smith, So., Maryland 


34 


97 


2.9 


3 


Corey Louis, So., Florida State 


27 


74 


2.7 


4 


Rasheed Wallace, So., N. Carolina 


34 


93 


2.7 


5 


Cherokee Parks, Sr., Duke 


31 


55 


1.8 


6 


Jerry Stackhouse, So., N. Carolina 


34 


59 


1.7 


6 


Todd Fuller, Jr., N.C. State 


27 


45 


1.7 


8 


Chris Alexander, So., Vuginia 


34 


54 


1.6 


9 


Andre Reid, So., Florida State 


27 


39 


1.4 


10. Erik Meek, Sr., Duke 


31 


39 


1.3 


Steals Per Game 








Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


STL. 


AVG. 


1. Johnny Rhodes, Jr., Maryland 


34 


85 


2.5 


2. Greg Buckner, Fr., Clemson 


28 


63 


2.3 


3. Travis Best, Sr., Georgia Tech 


20 


60 


2.0 


4. Merl Code, So., Clemson 


28 


52 


1.9 


5. Bob Sura, Sr., Florida State 


27 


49 


1.8 


5. Ishua Benjamin, Fr., N.C. State 


27 


48 


1.8 


7. Drew Barry, Jr., Georgia Tech 


27 


46 


1.7 


8. Joe Smith, So., Maryland 


32 


48 


1.5 


9. Randolph Childress, Sr., Wake 


32 


48 


1.5 


9. Jerry Stackhouse, So., N. Carolina 


34 


50 


1.5 


TERPS IN THE FINAL 1994-95 ACC TEAM STATISTICS 


Scoring Offense 


86.6 


1st 




Scoring Margin 


+12.7 


1st 




Steals 


8.9 


1st 




Rebound Margin 


+6.5 


1st 




Field Goal Percentage 


.498 


2nd 




Turnover Margin 


+2.1 


3rd 




Blocked Shots 


5.0 


4th 




Free Throw Percentage 


.706 


5th 




Scoring Defense 


73.9 


6th 




Field Goal Percentage Defense 


.440 


7th 




Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 


.353 


8th 




T 


hree Point Field Goals Per Game 


5.3 


9th 





81 



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TERP 1993-94 BOX SCORES 



Game No. 1 



November 21, 1994 

Maryland 95, Chaminade 67 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 38 3-8 1-4 2 7 2 7 

Booth 31 8-11 0-14 2 2 16 

Smith 32 10-15 5-7 9 2 26 

Simpkins 29 1-2 0-0 15 2 3 

Rhodes 29 7-10 2-2 6 4 3 18 

Bristol 14 4-5 2-2 1 1 12 

Lucas 14 4-6 0-15 1 2 9 

Kovarik 6 0-0 0-10 1 

Elliott 4 0-0 0-0 1 3 2 

Jasikevicius 4 0-0 0-0 2 

Shultz 4 1-1 0-0 10 2 

Team 4 

TOTALS 200 39-59 10-18 32 23 19 95 

Chaminade 

NUN FG FT R A PF TP 

Nembhard 23 3-6 0-0 10 19 

Chizer 34 4-8 6-10 10 1 1 14 

Bjerregaard 29 3-4 3-3 3 1 4 9 

Sutton 29 7-13 0-0 2 2 15 

Johnson 32 1-7 3-4 2 5 2 6 

Martin 22 3-7 2-2 3 2 10 

Guilloy 14 1-3 0-0 11 5 2 

Tracy 14 1-4 0-0 2 2 

Bowling 3 0-0 0-0 

Team 6 



TOTALS 



200 23-52 14-19 26 12 17 67 



Halftime, Maryland, 41-27 

Three-Point Goals: Maryland (7-12); Hipp. 0-1; Smith, 
1-1; Simpkins, 1-2; Rhodes, 2-5, Bristol, 2-2, Lucas, 1- 
l.Chaminade (7-14); Nembhard, 3-3; Sutton, 1-4; 
Johnson, 1-4, Martin, 2-3. Blocked Shots: Maryland 
(2); Booth, 1; Smith, 1. Chaminade (1); Johnson, 1 
Steals: Maryland (11); Hipp, 2; Booth, 2; Smith, 1; 
Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 3;Bristol, 2. Chaminade (8); 
Nembhard, 2; Chizer, 3; Sutton, 2; Johnson 
(l).Tumovers: Maryland (13); Hipp, 4; Booth, 3; 
Smith, 2; Smipkms, 1; Rhodes, 1; Kovarik, 1; Shultz, 1. 
Chaminade (24); Nembhard, 5; Chizer, 2; Bjerregaard, 
5; Sutton, 4; Johnson, 4; Guillory, 2. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 2,500 



Game No. 2 



November 22, 1994 

Maryland 90, Utah 78 

Utah 

MJN FG FT R A PF TP 

Van Horn 22 10-14 5-6 4 5 28 

Jian 10 0-2 1-2 2 1 

Melmeth 29 3-6 0-2 8 4 16 

Preston 25 3-7 0-13 2 5 8 

Jessie 33 9-20 1-12 1 4 19 

Jensen 25 1-2 0-15 2 3 2 

Poleac 19 4-5 2-2 6 10 

Carroll 17 0-4 2-4 14 5 2 

Hansen 18 0-3 2-2 10 3 2 

Chapman 2 0-0 0-0 10 

Team 4 

TOTALS 200 30-63 13-21 34 13 29 78 

Maryland 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 36 4-9 6-8 2 9 3 15 

Booth 35 0-2 6-14 6 2 4 6 

Smith 33 12-18 8-10 10 1 2 33 

Simpkins 39 4-6 10-11 4 3 2 20 

Rhodes 18 1-2 0-0 3 2 5 2 

Lucas 19 3-4 1-110 4 7 

Bristol 18 3-4 0-0 2 17 

Kovarik 1 0-0 0-0 1 

Elliott 1 0-0 0-0 

Jasikevicius 1 0-0 0-0 

Team 2 



TOTALS 



200 27-46 31-44 30 17 21 90 



Halftime. Maryland, 50-41 

Three Points Shots: Utah (5-21). Van Horn, 3-4; Jian, 

0-1; Preston, 2-5; Jessie, 0-5. Maryland (5-10); Hipp, 



1-2; Smith, 1-1; Simpkins, 2-3; Rhodes, 0-2; Bristol, 1- 
2. Blocked Shots; Utah (3); Van Horn, 2; Poleac, 
l.Maryland: (7); Booth, 1; Smith, 4; Simpkins, 1; 
Bristol, l.Steals: Utah (6); Jessie, 3; Poleac, 1; 
Hansen, 2. Maryland, (7);Smith, 2; Simpkins, 1; 
Rhodes, 2; Lucas, 1; Bnstol, l.Tumovers: Utah (19); 
Van Horn, 4; Jian, 1; Melmeth, 3; Preston, 1; Jessie, 
2; Jensen, 3; Poleac, 3; Carroll, 1; Hansen, l.Maryland 
(17); Hipp, 2; Booth, 3; Smith, 4; Simplons, 1; Rhodes, 
3; Lucas, 1; Bristol, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 2,500. 



Game No. 3 



November 23, 1994 

Arizona State 97, Maryland 90 

Arizona State 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Riley 31 7-10 2-3 3 1 2 19 

Brewer 25 4-6 1-15 3 4 9 

Bennett 36 9-13 2-7 6 1 4 20 

Capers 38 3-5 6-9 3 6 1 13 

Burton 30 6-13 10-14 4 2 2 23 

Veal 19 3-3 3-4 2 2 3 10 

Kolyszko 15 0-0 3-4 5 2 2 3 

Bacon 4 0-3 0-0 10 

Cuff 2 0-0 0-0 2 
Team 

Totals 200 32-53 27-42 31 17 18 97 



Hipp 



Maryland 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 



37 10-17 4-5 4 1 3 25 



Booth 34 

Smith 3i 

Simpkins 3^ 

Rhodes 32 

Lucas 8 

Bristol 8 

Kovarik 3 

Elliott 1 

Jasikevicius 1 
Team 



5-9 
8-14 
1-5 
8-12 
0-4 
1-2 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 



0-0 
7-8 
6-6 
1-1 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



8 5 2 10 

8 1 5 23 

18 4 8 

5 2 5 19 

2 2 

5 3 

12 




5 



TOTALS 



200 34-65 19-22 33 17 27 90 



Halftone, Arizona State, 42-38 
Three Point Shots: Arizona State (6-15); Riley, 3-5; 
Brewer, 0-1; Bennett, 0-1, Capers, 1-3; Burton, 1-5; 
Veal, 0-1. Maryland (3-12); Hipp, 1-2; Simpkins, 0-1, 
Rhodes, 2-6; Lucas, 0-1, Bristol, 0-1, Kovarik, 0-1. 
Blocked Shots: Arizona State (3); Riley, 1; Bennett, 1; 
Burton, 1. Maryland, (3); Smith, 1; Simpkins, 2.Steals: 
Arizona State (11); Riley, 1; Brewer, 1; Bennett, 4; 
Capers, 3; Kolyszko, 2; Maryland (7); Booth, 3; Smith, 
2; Rhodes, 2,Turnovers: Arizona State (16); Riley, 2; 
Brewer, 2; Bennett, 3; Capers, 5; Burton, 2; Kolyszko, 
l.Maryland (17); Hipp, 2; Booth, 3; Smith, 2; 
Simpkins, 6; Rhodes, 3; Kovarik, 1. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 2,500. 



Game No. 4 



November 29, 1994 
Maryland 92, Loyola 62 

Loyola (Md.) 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 

Owens 11 0-0 0-0 12 10 

Pendleton 28 5-10 5-8 3 4 16 

Credle 18 3-9 0-12 5 6 

Williams 37 5-11 2-2 4 3 3 17 

McDonald 40 5-11 0-0 4 4 12 

Johnson 23 4-9 0-0 2 2 2 9 

Tata 16 0-2 2-2 9 5 2 

Wallace 19 0-2 0-0 3 1 5 

Walker 5 0-0 0-0 10 10 

Wohl 1 0-0 0-0 
Gabriel 1 0-00-0000 

Schaefer 1 0-10-0 
TEAM 3 

Totlas 200 23-58 9-13 32 12 26 62 

Maryland 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 33 9-13 4-7 7 2 2 22 

Booth 25 4-10 8-10 7 2 3 16 



82 




Smith 



32 3-6 6-8 5 2 12 



Simpkins 32 4-9 1-2 2 5 2 10 

Rhodes 32 5-10 2-4 8 7 2 13 

Bristol 11 1-2 0-0 4 2 3 

Lucas 15 2-5 6-8 6 10 

Kovarik 5 0-1 0-0 10 10 

Elliott 7 0-0 2-2 2 1 2 2 

Jasikevicius 6 2-3 0-0 14 

Raydo 1 0-1 0-0 11 

Shultz 1 0-0 0-0 10 

Team 1 



TOTALS 



200 30-60 29-41 45 20 15 92 



Halftime, Maryland 42-37 
Three Point Shots: Loyola (7-17); Pendleton, 1-2; 
Williams, 3-8; McDonald, 2-5; Johnson, 1-2. Maryland 
(3-15); Hipp, 0-1. Booth, 0-1, Smith, 0-1; Simpkins, 1-3; 
Rhodes, 1-5; Bristol, 1-1; Lucas, 0-1; Jasikevicius, 0-1; 
Raydo, 0-1. Steals: Loyola (6); Williams, 2; McDonald, 
2; Johnson, 1; Tata, 1. Maryland (14); Booth, 2; Smith, 
1; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 4; Bristol, 3; Lucas, 2. 
Turnovers: Loyola (24); Owens, 1; Pendleton, 2; 
Credle, 1; Williams, 5; McDonald, 7; Johnson, 4; Tata, 
1; Wallace, 1; Walker, 2. Maryland (17); Hipp, 4; 
Booth, 4; Smith, 1; Simpkins, 4; Rhodes, 2; Bristol, 1; 
Jasikevicius, 1. Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 
13,356. 



Game No. 5 



December 3, 1994 
Maryland 102, Bucknell 64 

Bucknell 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Steigerwald 23 5-10 0-0 4 2 14 

Golden 13 2-5 0-0 3 5 4 

Anderson 23 2-6 1-2 4 2 5 5 

Mboya 33 5-12 0-0 2 2 1 14 

Hamer 28 4-9 2-2 12 1 12 

Wenk 18 2-7 0-0 2 4 

Eisert 25 1-2 1-2 5 2 3 

Holden 14 0-2 1-2 3 4 2 1 

Hook 10 2-2 0-2 4 3 4 

Polite 3 0-0 0-0 

Guthrie 2 1-2 0-0 3 

Anders 2 0-1 0-0 10 

Keranko 2 0-0 0-0 

Wells 2 0-0 0-110 10 

TEAM 2 

Totals 200 24-58 5-11 29 12 23 64 

Maryland 

MTN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 28 6-10 2-5 7 4 1 16 

Booth 25 5-9 4-9 10 5 1 14 

Smith 31 6-10 1-2 9 1 1 13 






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Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Lucas 

Jasikevicius 

Elliott 

Shultz 

Raydo 

Judd 

Team 

TOTALS 



26 
28 
15 
12 
14 



4-6 4-4 

11-17 4-4 
0-2 0-0 



0-0 
3-7 
1-3 
0-0 

1-1 
1-1 
0-0 



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



13 
27 



1 

9 

3 

1 

3 

2 





200 38-66 20-32 42 25 14 102 



Halftime, Maryland, 47-26 

Three Point Shots: Bucknell (11-26); Steigerwald, 4-7; 
Mboya, 4-9, Hamer, 2-3; Wenk, 0-1; Eisert, 0-1; 
Holden, 0-2; Guthrie, 1-2; Anders, 0-1. Maryland (6- 
13); Hipp. 2-2; Smith, 0-1, Simpkins, 1-3; Rhodes. 1-2; 
Bristol, 0-2; Lucas 1-1; Jasikevicius, 0-1; Shultz, 1-1 
Blocked Shots: Bucknell (3); Steigerwald, 1; Golden, 1; 
Anderson, 1. Maryland (6); Smith, 4; Simpkins, 1; 
Rhodes, 1. Turnovers: Bucknell (26); Steigerwald, 4; 
Golden, 2; Anderson, 5; Mboya, 2; Hamer, 2; Wenk, 1; 
Eisert, 4; Holden, 3; Polite, 1; Guthrie. 2. Maryland 
(18); Hipp, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 4; Rhodes, 
1; Kovarik, 2; Lucas, 3; Jasikevicius, 2; Elliott, 1. 
Technical Fouls: Bucknell Bench (2nd, 7:23). 
Attendance: 13,269 



Game No. 6 





December 5, 1994 








Maryland 102, UMBC 77 










UMBC 












mtn 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Thompson, C 


24 


2-4 


4-5 


4 





1 


8 


Lay 


26 


4-10 


4-5 


1 


2 


3 


13 


Fleury 


23 


4-7 


0-0 


3 





4 


8 


Wyatt 


21 


2-5 


0-0 


4 


2 


1 


5 


Thompson, T 


17 


2-9 


0-0 


2 


1 


4 


5 


Hayes 


23 


6-12 


4-4 


1 


1 





17 


Milosevic 


15 


1-3 


0-0 


3 


2 


1 


2 


Walker 


12 


2-3 


0-0 


1 


2 


1 


5 


Skalsky 


20 


4-7 


2-2 


3 


2 


2 


12 


Dressier 


17 


1-1 


0-1 


2 


1 


4 


2 


Lucien 


2 


0-2 


0-0 





1 








TEAM 








5 








Totals 


200 


28-63 14-17 
Maryland 


29 


14 


21 


77 




Mm 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


23 


7-11 


5-6 


4 


2 


3 


20 


Booth 


28 


5-10 


6-7 


5 


1 


3 


16 


Smith 


30 


8-13 


4-4 


12 


2 


3 


20 


Simpkins 


25 


0-1 


7-8 





3 


3 


7 


Rhodes 


26 


4-8 


1-2 


5 


6 


2 


11 


Kovank 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


2 








Jasikevicius 


14 


2-3 


0-0 


1 


2 





5 


Lucas 


14 


2-5 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 


5 



Bristol 


11 


5-8 


4-4 


3 








14 


Jasikevicius 


17 


2-7 


2-2 


3 


2 





7 


Elliott 


10 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2 


3 





Shultz 


7 


1-3 


0-0 


2 








3 


Raydo 


5 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 





Raydo 


5 


1-2 


3-3 








1 


5 


Shultz 


5 


1-2 


0-0 





1 





2 


Judd 


4 


1-1 


0-0 








1 


3 


Judd 


1 


1-2 


0-0 











2 


Team 






3 










Team 








4 








TOTALS 


200 


41-80 23 : 


55 


17 


16 


11 


TOTALS 


200 


35-64 27-31 


39 


24 


19 


102 



















Halftime, Maryland 53, UMBC 31 
Three Point Goals: UMBC (7-20); Lay, 1-4; Wyatt, 1-2; 
Thompson, T, 1-2; Hayes, 1-4; Milosevic, 0-1; Walker, 
1-2; Skalsky, 2-4; Lucien, 0-1. Maryland (5-18); Hipp, 
1-2; Booth, 0-1; Smith, 0-1; Rhodes, 2-6; Jasikevicius, 
1-2; Lucas, 1-2; Shultz, 0-1; Judd, 0-1. Blocked Shots: 
UMBC (2); Fleury, 2. Maryland (5); Booth, 1; Smith, 3; 
Elliott, 1. Steals: UMBC (6); Thompson, C, 1; Lay, 3; 
Wyatt, 1; Dressier, 1. Maryland (13); Hipp, 2; Booth, 
1; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 3; Jasikevicius, 1. 
Elliott, 1. Technical Fouls: UMBC Coach (2nd, 8:38). 
Attendance, 13,067. 



Game No. 7 

December 8, 1994 

Maryland 113, Colgate 53 



Bollin 

Cupid 

Foyle 

Neale 

Roberts 

Hyra 

Schaeffer 

Maloney 

Nicholas 

Murray 

Siegel 

Tuohey 

Waysville 

Lynch 

Johnson 

TEAM 

Totals 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Kovarik 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Elliott 



MUM 
27 
19 
35 
30 
25 
12 

8 

6 

1 

9 

9 

9 

5 

3 

2 



UMBC 
FG FT 

3-8 1-2 
2-6 0-0 



3-7 3-4 11 



PF TP 

3 7 



3-12 0-0 

3-10 0-0 

1-2- 1-2 

1-4 0-1 

0-0 2-2 

0-1 0-0 

0-3 2-2 

1-4 0-0 2 1 

1-2 0-0 1 2 

0-0 0-1 1 

0-1 0-0 

0-0 0-0 



1 



MTN 
22 
21 
25 
24 
26 
9 
12 
11 
17 



Maryland 

FG FT 

6-10 5-6 

6-16 3-3 

3-5 6-8 

4-7 2-2 

8-13 0-0 



15 
2 5 



0-0 
6-8 
0-2 
3-6 



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







200 18-60 9-14 32 11 20 53 



PF TP 



17 
15 
12 
12 
17 
1 

14 

7 




Halftime, Maryland 113, Colgate 53 
Three Point Goals: Colgate (8-22); Cupid, 1-2; Neale, 
2-8; Roberts, 2-4; Hyra. 1-1; Schaeffer, 1-2; Murray, 0- 
1. Siegel, 1-3; Tuohey, 0-1. Maryland (8-21); Hipp, 0-1; 
Simpkins, 2-4; Rhodes, 1-3; Lucas, 2-2; Bristol, 0-1; 
Elliott, 0-1; Jasikevicius, 1-4; Shultz. 1-3; Raudo, 0-1; 
Judd, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Colgate (6); Folye, 5; 
Roberts, 1. Maryland (7); Smith , 5; Kovarik, 1; Elliott, 

1. Steals: Colgate: (8); Cupid. 1; Foyle, 1; Neale, 1; 
Roberts, 1; Hyra, 2; Siegel, 2. Maryland (17); Hipp, 1; 
Smith, 2; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 6; Bristol, 2; Elliott, 1; 
Jasikevicius, 2; Shultz, 1. Turnovers: Colgate (30); 
Bollin, 2; Cupid, 2; Foyle, 4; Neale, 6; Roberts, 4; 
Hyra, 3; Schaeffer, 1; Maloney, 2; Siegel, 2; Touhey, 1; 
Waysville, 1. Maryland (19); Hipp, 1; Booth, 4; Smith, 
3; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 2; Kovarik, 2; Elliott, 3; Judd, 

2. Technical Fouls: Neale, Colgate (2nd, 9:18); Smith, 
Maryland (2nd, 9:18). Attendance: 12.639. 



Game No. 8 

December 10, 1994 
Massachusetts 85, Maryland 74 

Massachusetts 



Dingle 

Bright 

Roe 

Padilla 

Kellogg 

Williams 

Camby 

Norville 

Weeks 

TEAM 

Totals 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bnstol 

Kovarik 

Team 

TOTALS 



MTN 

30 
31 
19 
19 
30 
31 
28 
11 
1 



FG FT 

5-6 1-3 

4-11 4-4 

3-9 0-0 

3-3 3-4 

1-3 3-3 

7-15 1-2 



PF TP 

1 11 



6-15 3-5 11 1 




12 
6 
12 
5 
18 
15 
6 



1-1 4-4 

0-0 0-0 
3 
200 30-63 19-25 41 17 28 85 



Maryland 

MTN FG FT 

2-8 2-6 

0-6 6-8 

10-18 9-13 

1-6 1-4 

6-14 4-6 
3-9 
1-2 
0-0 



33 
30 
39 

37 
38 

14 
7 
2 



1-3 
4-4 
0-0 



PF TP 

3 6 

5 6 
30 

3 

4 

2 



1 



200 23-63 27-44 48 14 21 74 



Halftime, Massachusetts 45, Maryland 39 
Three Point Goals: Massachusetts (6-12); Padilla, 3-3; 
Williams, 3-9. Maryland (1-14); Hipp, 0-2; Booth, 0-1, 
Smith, 1-3; Simpkins, 0-3; Rhodes, 0-3; Lucas, 0-2. 
Blocked Shots: Massachusetts (13); Bright, 5; Roe, 1; 
Camby, 5; Norville, 2. Maryland (3); Hipp. 1; Smith, 2. 
Steals: Massachusetts (8); Dingle, 2; Padilla. 1; 
Kellogg, 2, Williams, 2; Camby, 1. Maryland (7); Hipp, 
1; Booth, 1; Smith, 2; Rhodes, 3. Turnovers: 
Massachusetts (18); Dingle, 3; Bnght, 1; Roe, 3; 
Padilla, 2; Kellogg, 3; Williams, 5; Camby, 1. Maryland 
(22); Hipp, 5; Booth, 4; Smith. 4; Simpkins, 5; Rhodes, 
1; Lucas. 1; Bristol, 1; Kovarik, 1. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 13,332. 

Game No. 9 

December 12, 1994 
Maryland 120, Towson State 73 

Towson State 



Blalock 

Thomas 

Lexer 

Robinson 

Keyes 

Schneider 

Crump 

Moody 

Durrant 

Biggs 

Ellison 

Kenah 

TEAM 



MTN 
30 
13 
25 
16 
25 
16 
24 
17 
15 
14 
3 
2 



FG FT 

6-13 0-0 

2-5 3-3 

2-7 2-5 

2-5 0-0 

4-5 4-7 

1-6 0-0 

2-7 2-4 

1-4 2-4 

2-4 2-2 

4-7 0-0 

0-1 2-2 

0-1 0-0 



PF TP 



13 
7 
6 
4 
12 
3 
6 
5 
7 
8 
2 




83 



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Totals 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Kovarik 

Rhodes 

Jasikevicius 

Lucas 

Elliott 

Simpkins 

Bristol 

Raydo 

Shultz 

Judd 

Team 

TOTALS 



200 25-65 17-27 33 17 32 73 



Maryland 
NUN FG FT 

6-10 4-4 
6-9 



28 

24 
25 
16 
20 

15 
15 
12 
14 
12 
7 
7 
5 



6-7 9 



4-7 6-14 

1-5 2-2 



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



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



PF TP 



16 
18 
14 
4 
11 
14 
11 
6 
4 
11 
2 
4 
5 



200 38-67 38-56 48 27 23 120 



Halftime, Maryland 60, Towson State 33 
Three Point Goals: Towson State (4-21); Blalock, 1-4; 
Thomas, 0-2; Lexer, 0-2; Robinson, 0-3; Schneider, 1- 
5; Moody, 1-2; Durrant, 1-2; Kenah, 0-1. Maryland (6- 
19); Hipp, 0-1; Smith, 0-1; Kovarik, 0-2; Rhodes, 1-3; 
Jasikevicius, 3-3; Lucas, 2-3; Elliott, 0-1, Simpkins, 0- 
2; Bristol, 0-1, Judd, 0-2. Blocked Shots: Towson State 
(1); Thomas, 1. Maryland (3); Smith, 1; Elliott, 1; 
Bristol, 1. Steals: Towson State (3); Lexer, 1; 
Robinson, 1; Biggs, 1; Maryland (12); Hipp, 2; Booth, 
1; Rhodes, 5; Jasikevicius, 1; Simpkins, 1; Raydo, 2. 
Turnovers: Towson State (23); Blalock, 1; Thomas, 5; 
Lexer, 4; Robinson, 1; Schneider, 2; Durrant, 3; Biggs, 
5; Team, 2. Maryland (12); Hipp, 1; Booth, 1; Smith, 2; 
Jasikevicius, 2; Lucas, 1; Simpkins, 3; Shultz, 2. 
Technical Fouls: Blalock, Towson State (1st, 9:55); 
Towson State Coach (1st, 8:45); Durrant, Towson 
State (2nd, 11:09). Attendance: 11,237. 

Game No. 10 

December 23, 1994 
Maryland 138, Morgan State 72 

Morgan State 



James 

Deas 

Battle 

Wnght 

Rucker 

Grant 

Thomas 

Zellous 

Hunter 

Holmes 

Smith 

Bailey 

Team 

TOTALS 



MIN 

17 
8 

14 
20 
30 
22 
16 
16 
24 
21 
9 
3 



FG FT 

0-3 0-0 

0-1 0-0 

3-6 0-0 

5-8 1-3 

3-10 0-0 

6-9 0-0 

3-4 1-2 1 

0-1 0-0 

4-18 0-2 

5-12 2-4 

1-2 0-2 

0-1 0-0 



PF TP 





9 
11 
9 
14 
7 

8 
12 
2 







200 30-75 4-13 33 20 39 72 




Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Jasikevicius 

Elliott 

Raydo 

Shultz 

Judd 

Team 

TOTALS 



Maryland 
MIN FG FT 

7-9 
3-4 
8-9 
2-2 



16 
19 
17 
19 
22 
22 
19 
11 
19 
18 
7 
6 
5 



1-4 
5-8 
8-12 
6-9 



7-10 4-5 



4-8 
5-7 
0-2 



1-3 
0-2 

1-2 



4-11 10-12 
2-4 2-4 



0-1 
1-1 
2-2 



1-2 
0-0 
2-4 



PF TP 



16 
11 
25 
10 
19 
10 



12 

1 1 



18 
6 
1 
3 
6 



200 45-70 41-67 51 34 19 138 



Halftime, Maryland 53, Morgan State 24 
Three Point Goals: Morgan State (8-18); Battle, 3-6; 
Rucker, 3-6; Grant, 2-3; Zellous, 0-1; Hunter, 0-2. 
Maryland (7-18); Hipp, 1-3; Smith, 1-1; Rhodes, 1-1; 
Lucas, 1-3; Bristol, 2-4; Jasikevicius, 0-3; Elliott, 0-1; 
Raydo, 0-1; Shultz, 1-1. Blocked Shots: Morgan State 
(3); Grant, 1; Thomas, 1; Smith, 1. Maryland (8); 
Booth, 2; Smith, 1; Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 2; 
Bristol, 1. Steals: Morgan State (8); James, 1; Deas, 1; 
Wright, 1; Rucker, 1; Grant, 1; Thomas, 1; Zellous, 1; 
Hunter, 1. Maryland (18); Hipp, 2; Booth, 2; Smith, 1; 
Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 3; Lucas, 1; Bristol, 2; Elliott, 3; 
Raydo, 1; Shultz, 1; Judd, 1. Turnovers: Morgan State 
(30); James, 3; Deas, 1; Battie, 3; Wright, 3; Rucker, 
7; Grant, 2; Thomas, 1; Zellous, 3; Holmes, 4; Smith, 
2; Baliey, 1. Maryland (18); Hipp, 3; Booth, 2; 
Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 2; Lucas, 3; Bristol, 1; 
Jasikevicius, 1; Raydo, 2. Technical Fouls: Morgan 
State Coach (1st Half 13:53); Morgan State Bench 
(2nd Half; 9:28). Attendance 13,145. 



Game No. II 

December 27, 1994 
Maryland 96, La Salle 80 

La Salle 
FG FT R A 

9-16 3-6 9 
5-6 3-4 5 5 
5-8 1-3 3 1 
5-14 
2-12 
0-4 



Haywood 

Newton 

Van Teeseling 

Townes 

Burke 

Gizzi 

Landgren 

Catlin 

Flickinger 

Fromal 

Comey 

Team 

TOTAL 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Bristol 

Lucas 

Jasikevicius 

Elliott 

Kovarik 

Raydo 

Shultz 

Team 

TOTAL 



MIN 
33 
23 
31 
35 
35 
11 
15 
15 

2 

1 

1 



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



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



PF TP 



26 
13 
11 
16 
7 

3 
4 






200 29-67 12-19 33 21 22 80 



Maryland 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



29 
24 
33 
32 

31 
7 
19 
14 
5 
2 
2 
2 



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



5-10 

4-11 
0-5 
5-8 
1-2 
0-1 
1-1 
0-0 
0-1 



1-2 
2-2 
0-0 
5-6 
1-2 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



5 


1 


11 


2 


3 


18 


2 


1 


18 


4 





14 


3 


3 


11 


1 


1 





3 


3 


18 


3 


3 


4 





3 











2 





















200 32-61 24-33 40 23 18 96 



Halftime, Maryland 43, La Salle 40 
Three-Point Goals: La Salle (10-32); Haywood, 5-9; 
Townes. 3-9; Burke, 1-7; Gizzi, 0-3; Landgren, 1-3; 
Flickinger, 0-1. Maryland (8-18); Simpkins, 3-6; 
Rhodes, 1-4; Bristol, 0-3; Lucas, 3-3; Jasikevicius, 1-2. 
Blocked Shots: La Salle (1); Burke, 1. Maryland (5); 
Smith, 3; Simpkins, 1; Lucas, 1. Steals: La Salle (7); 
Haywood, 1; Townes, 1; Burke, 4; Catlin, 1. Maryland 
(8); Hipp, 1; Smith, 1; Rhodes, 1; Simpkins, 2; Lucas, 
1; Jasikevicius, 1. Turnovers: La Salle (15); Haywood, 
2; Newton, 3; VanTeeseling, 2; Townes, 3; Burke, 3; 
Landgren, 2. Maryland (18); Hipp, 2; Booth, 5; Smith, 
2; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 3; Lucas, 1; Jasikevicius, 1; 
Elliott, 1. Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500 
(S/O). 



Game No. 12 

December 30, 1994 

Maryland 98, American 77 







American 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Brown 


16 


1-4 


0-0 


3 


1 





2 


Krivokapic 


17 


2-3 


4-5 


2 





5 


8 


Ast 


39 


8-19 


3-4 


12 


3 


4 


22 


Smith 


25 


5-10 


0-0 


2 


2 





14 


Franklin 


37 


6-11 


3-3 


3 


2 


4 


17 


Gilliam 


31 


2-3 


2-5 


1 


4 


3 


6 


McNeil 


21 


3-4 


0-0 


3 


2 


1 


6 


Blackwell 


9 


0-2 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 





Kei. Wallington 


2 


0-0 


0-0 











2 


Ken Wallington 


2 


1-2 


0-0 














Wolff 


1 


0-2 


0-0 














Team 








4 








TOTAL 


200 


28-61 12-17 
Maryland 


34 


15 


18 


77 




MUM 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


24 


6-9 


4-4 


4 


3 


2 


16 


Booth 


26 


4-7 


0-1 


6 


5 


5 


8 


Smith 


35 


7-13 


5-7 


12 


2 


2 


20 


Simpkins 


30 


6-10 


0-0 


1 


5 


2 


16 


Rhodes 


32 


6-10 


2-2 


3 


10 


2 


17 


Lucas 


19 


3-8 


2-2 


5 


2 


1 


9 


Jasikevicius 


14 


4-7 


0-0 


1 


1 


2 


10 


Bristol 


8 


1-5 


0-0 








1 


2 


Elliott 


6 


0-0 


0-0 


1 











Kovarik 


2 


0-1 


0-0 








1 





Raydo 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


1 








Judd 


2 


0-0 


0-0 














Team 








2 









TOTALS 



200 37-71 13-16 36 29 18 98 



Halftime: Maryland 35, American 35 
Three Point Goals: American (9-19); Brown, 0-1; Ast, 
3-6; Smith, 4-8; Franklin, 2-3; Wolff, 0-1. Maryland 
(11-24); Hipp, 0-2; Smith, 1-1; Simpkins, 4-7; Rhodes, 
3-5; Lucas, 1-3; Jasikevicius, 2-4; Bristol, 0-2. Blocked 
Shots: American (1); Mcneil, 1. Maryland (8); Smith, 
4; Rhodes, 2; Lucas, 2. Steals: American (4); Ast, 1; 
Franklin, 1; Gilliam, 2. Maryland (14); Hipp, 2; Booth, 
1; Smith, 4; Rhodes, 5; Lucas, 1; Jasikevicius, 1. 
Turnovers: American (24); Brown, 2; Krivokapic, 3; 
Ast, 4; Smith, 4; Franklin, 3; Gilliam, 5; McNeil, 3. 
Maryland (19); Hipp, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 4; Simpkins, 
2; Rhodes, 6; Lucas.l; Jasikevicius, 2; Bristol, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 13,807. 



Game No. 13 

January 4, 1995 

Maryland 80, Georgia Tech 67 

Georgia Tech 



Harpring 

Forrest 

Elisma 

Best 

Barry 

Maddox 

Williams 

Hodge 

Harlicka 

Murphy 

Brennan 

Kelly 

Teams 

TOTAL 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Jasikevicius 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Team 

TOTAL 



PF TP 



FG FT 

7-12 1-2 3 

5-11 2-2 12 

1-3 0-2 2 

7-12 2-2 3 

3-9 1-4 3 

5-15 0-1 3 

0-0 0-0 1 

0-3 0-0 1 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 
6 

200 28-65 6-13 34 15 18 67 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



NUN 

32 
38 
19 
39 
33 
27 

4 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 














31 
32 
36 
38 
37 
7 
13 
6 



6-8 
5-9 



3-4 
4-4 



5-14 5-6 

3-9 2-2 

7-10 1-2 

0-1 0-0 



3-9 

1-1 



0-2 
1-1 



5 
4 
2 

10 
1 
1 





16 
14 
15 
10 
16 

6 
3 



200 30-61 16-21 37 23 11 80 



Halftime, Maryland 38, Georgia Tech 32 
Three Point Goals: Georgia Tech (5-17); Harpring, 2-4; 
Best, 2-4; Barry, 1-4; Maddox, 0-5. Maryland (4-14); 
Hipp, 1-2; Booth, 0-2; Simpkins, 2-5; Rhodes, 1-2; 



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Jasikevicius, 0-1; Lucas, 0-2. Blocked Shots: Georgia 
Tech (4); Harpring, 1; Forrest, 1; Elisma, 1; Hodge, 1. 
Maryland (9); Hipp, 1; Booth, 1; Smith, 6; Lucas, 1. 
Steals: Georgia Tech (2); Forrest, 1; Best, 1. Maryland 
(9); Booth, 5; Smith, 1; Rhodes, 3. Turnovers: Georgia 
Tech (19); Harpring, 3; Forrest, 3; Elisma, 2; Best, 5; 
Barry, 5; Maddox, 1. Maryland (23); Hipp, 3; Booth, 4; 
Smith, 2; Simpkins, 4; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1. Technical 
Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 



Game No. 14 





January 7, 1995 








North Carolina 100 Maryland 90 




Maryland 












MTN FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PI' 


TP 


Hipp 


34 4-8 


5-9 


5 


1 


4 


16 


Booth 


29 7-10 


1-3 


4 





5 


15 


Smith 


20 6-13- 


8-8 


10 


1 


4 


20 


Rhodes 


38 9-19 


2-2 


6 


7 


5 


21 


Simpkins 


33 1-5 


1-2 


4 


4 


3 


4 


Lucas 


24 2-10 


0-1 


4 





4 


4 


Bristol 


8 2-3 


0-0 





2 


4 


5 


Jasikevicius 


5 1-4 


0-0 


2 





1 


3 


Kovarik 


3 0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 





Elliott 


6 1-2 


0-0 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Team 






7 








TOTAL 


200 33-74 17-25 
North Carolina 


44 


17 


33 


90 




MTN FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Calabria 


30 4-7 


1-4 


6 


1 


4 


12 


Stackhouse 


37 7-10 


7-9 


10 


4 


2 


22 


Wallace 


32 8-15 


5-10 


9 


2 


4 


21 


D. Williams 


34 6-15 


4-7 


1 


3 


3 


19 


Mclnnis 


37 3-9 


6-12 


3 


8 


3 


13 


Zwikker 


11 2-3 


0-0 


5 


1 


2 


4 


Landry 


18 1-5 


5-6 


2 


2 


1 


7 


S. Williams 


1 0-0 


2-2 


1 








2 


Team 






4 









TOTAL 



200 31-64 30-50 41 21 19 100 



Halftime, North Caroliina 47-40 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (7-19); Hipp, 3-5; 
Rhodes, 1-4; Simpkins, 1-3; Lucas, 0-2; Bristol, 1-2, 
Jasikevicius, 1-3. North Carolina (8-20); Calabria, 3-4; 
Stackhouse, 1-3; Williams, 3-7; Mclnnis, 1-3; Landry, 
0-3. Blocked Shots: Maryland (1); Smith, 1. North 
Carolina, (9) Stackhouse, 3; Wallace, 5; Zwikker, 1. 
Steals: Maryland (6); Booth, 2; Smith, 2; Rhodes, 1; 
Elliott, 1. North Carolina (10); Calabria, 2; Stackhouse, 
2; D. Williams, 5; Mclnnis, 1. Turnovers: Maryland 
(18); Hipp, 3; Booth, 5; Smith, 2; Rhodes, 1; Simpkins, 
2; Lucas, 1; Bristol, 2, Jasikevicius, 1; Kovarik, 1. 
North Carolina (14); Calabria, 1; Stackhouse, 5; D. 
Williams, 3; Mclnnis, 2; Landry, 1. Technical Fouls: 
Maryland (Bench, 2nd). Attendance: 21,572. 

Game No. 15 

January 11, 1995 
Maryland 70, Florida State 57 

Maryland 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Jasikevicius 

Lucas 

Elliott 

Bristol 

Team 

TOTAL 



Sura 

Greer 

Collins 

Luchman 

Louis 

Curry 

Reid 

Carroll 

Wooden 

Team 

TOTAL 



MTN 

30 
32 
36 
34 
34 

5 
11 

7 
11 



FG FT 

4-11 5-7 7 2 

1-8 3-6 5 1 

5-10 8-11 18 

1-4 4-4 1 2 

7-12 2-4 

1-4 0-0 

0-5 0-2 

1-2 1-2 

2-4 1-2 



PF TP 



14 
5 
18 
6 
16 
3 

3 
5 



5-17 2-2 11 5 4 13 



200 22-60 24-38 52 8 18 70 

Florida State 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

39 
27 
36 
19 
36 
14 
8 

15 
6 



2-7 
8-23 
1-3 
3-11 
1-6 
0-2 
2-5 
0-1 



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

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



5 
18 
3 
8 
4 

6 




200 22-75 8-12 46 5 25 57 




Halftime, Maryland 31, Florida State 28 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (2-10); Hipp, 1-3; 
Simpkins, 0-1; Rhodes, 0-1, Booth, 0-1; Jasikevicius, 1- 
2; Lucas, 0-1; Bristol, 0-1. Florida State (5-34); Sura, 1- 
11; Greer, 1-4; Collins, 2-11; Curry, 1-5; Carroll, 0-3. 
Blocked Shots: Maryland (3); Smith, 3. Florida State 
(14); Sura, 1; Collins, 1; Luchman, 1; Louis, 9; Reid, 1; 
Wooden, 1. Steals: Maryland (10); Hipp, 2; Simpkins, 
1; Rhodes, 2; Booth, 2; Smith, 1; Bristol, 2. Florida 
State (2); Luchman, 1; Curry, 1. Turnovers: Maryland 
(10); Hipp, 3; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 
1. Florida State (15); Sura, 1; Greer, 1; Collins, 3; 
Luchman, 1; Louis, 4; Curry, 1; Reid, 3; Carroll, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 8,232. 

Game No. 16 

January 14, 1995 
Maryland 76, Wake Forest 66 

Wake Forest 
WON FG FT R A PF TP 

3-8 
3-4 
7-12 
6-13 
1-2 



Banks 

Peral 

Duncan 

Childress 

Rutland 

Allen 

Bras well 

LaRue 

Goolsby 

Team 

TOTAL 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Bristol 

Lucas 

Jasikevicius 

Elliott 

Kovarik 

Team 

TOTAL 



37 
32 
38 
39 
10 
10 



23 

3 



1-1 
0-2 
5-9 
1-2 



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



200 27-53 4-4 



Maryland 



R 

2 
2 
10 
4 
1 



1 
1 

3 
24 



6 
9 

16 
15 
2 
2 


14 
2 



15 16 66 



MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 



34 
32 
37 
36 
36 

7 
12 

2 

2 

2 



3-7 
2-5 



2-2 

0-1 



9-13 5-7 
4-8 6-6 
8-12 0-0 



0-2 
3-6 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 



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



9 
4 
23 
17 
17 

6 






200 29-54 13-16 30 18 10 76 



Halftime: Maryland 35, Wake Forest 30 
Three Point Goals: Wake Forest (8-21); Banks, 0-1; 
Peral, 1-1; Childress, 3-10; Rutland, 0-1, Braswell, 0-1; 
LaRue, 4-7. Maryland (5-12); Hipp, 1-2; Simpkins, 3-5; 
Rhodes, 1-2; Bristol, 0-1; Lucas, 0-1; Jasikevicius, 0-1. 
Blocked Shots: Wake Forest (3); Peral, 1; Duncan, 2. 
Maryland (5); Booth, 1; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 
1. Steals: Wake Forest (3); Banks, 1; Childress, 1; 
LaRue, 1. Maryland (9); Hipp, 2; Booth, 1; Smith, 1; 
Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 3; Lucas, 1. Turnovers: Wake 
Forest (19); Banks, 1; Peral, 2; Duncan, 5; Childress, 
8; Rutland, 2; Goolsby, 1. Maryland (17); Hipp, 5; 
Booth, 3; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 4; Rhodes. 2; Bristol, 1. 
Technical Fouls: Wake Forest (Bench, 15;28, 2nd); 
Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 



Game No. 17 

January 22, 1995 

Maryland 84, N.C. State 67 

Maryland 





MTN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


33 


7-9 


2-2 





1 


2 


16 


Booth 


29 


3-7 


0-1 


12 


5 


3 


6 


Smith 


30 


10-12 


6-6 


9 


2 


3 


26 


Simpkins 


34 


3-7 


6-6 


5 


6 





14 


Rhodes 


35 


3-7 


3-4 


6 


4 


3 


9 


Kovarik 


2 


0-0 


0-0 














Jasikevicius 


2 


0-0 


0-0 














Lucas 


13 


3-6 


2-4 


3 


2 





8 


Elliott 


8 


0-1 


2-2 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Bristol 


14 


1-2 


0-2 


1 








3 


Team 








2 








TOTAL 


200 


30-51 21-27 
N.C. State 


40 


21 


12 


84 




MTN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


McCuUer 


33 


1-9 


1-2 


1 


3 


2 


4 


Benjamin 


32 


6-15 


1-3 


2 


7 


3 


14 


Daniels 


14 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


1 


1 





Feggins 


17 


2-4 


3-4 


1 





2 


7 


Fuller 


33 


7-14 


2-2 


8 


1 


1 


16 


Davis 


12 


1-9 


2-2 


1 


1 


2 


4 


Hyatt 


25 


3-6 


0-0 


5 


2 


4 


8 


Harrison 


24 


4-7 


0-0 


2 





3 


10 


Wilson 


10 


2-3 


0-0 


1 





3 


4 


Team 








1 








TOTALS 


200 


26-68 


9-13 


26 


15 


21 


67 



Halftime, Maryland 38, N.C. State 27 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (3-12); Hipp, 0-1; 
Simpkins, 2-5; Rhodes, 0-2; Lucas, 0-1; Elliott, 0-1, 
Bristol, 1-2.N.C. State (6-21); McCuller, 1-6; Hyatt, 2-4; 
Harison, 2-4; Benjamin, 1-4; Davis, 0-3. Blocked Shots: 
Maryland (5); Hipp, 1; Smith, 4. N.C. State (2); Fuller, 
2. Steals: Maryland (3); Rhodes, 1; Smith, 2. N.C. 
State (7); McCuller, 2; Banjamin, 1; Harrison, 1; 
Wilson, 1; Hyatt, 2. Turnovers: Maryland (12); Hipp, 
1; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 4; Booth, 1; Smith, 1; Lucas, 
1; Bristol, 1. N.C. State (10); McCuller, 1; Benjamin, 2; 
Feggins, 3; Fuller, 2; Hyatt, 2. Technical Fouls: 
Maryland (Smith, 2nd). Attendance: 12,400. 

Game No. 18 

January 25, 1995 
Maryland 56, Clemson 51 

Maryland 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Elliott 

Jasikevicius 

Team 

TOTALS 



Kelly 

Buckner 

Iturbe 

Martin 

Code 

Harder 

Ragland 

Johnson 

Team 

TOTALS 



MIN 
33 
30 
35 
37 
33 
13 

9 

3 

7 



FG FT 

2-4 3-4 

2-4 4-6 

8-8 1-2 

3-5 3-3 

3-6 0-0 

0-1 2-2 

0-2 0-0 

0-0 0-1 

1-1 2-2 



PF TP 



1 17 



10 
6 
2 








200 19-31 15-20 25 12 14 56 



Clemson 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



21 
34 
33 
24 
31 
26 
30 
1 



0-2 

4-6 
4-7 
1-2 
5-7 
2-8 
5-12 
0-0 



0-0 
2-3 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 





11 
11 

2 
12 
5 

10 




200 21-44 4-5 14 15 17 51 



Halftime, Maryland 27, Clemson 19 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (3-12); Hipp, 0-2; Booth, 
1-1; Simpkins, 1-3; Rhodes, 0-3; Lucas. 0-1; Bristol, 0- 
1; Jasikevicius, 1-1. Clemson (5-14); Kelly, 0-1; 
Buckner, 1-1; Iturbe, 1-2; Martin, 0-1; Code, 2-3; 
Harder, 1-2; Ragland, 0-4. Blocked Shots: Maryland 
(1); Smith, 1; Clemson (0). Steals: Maryland (4); 
Booth, 2; Smith, 1; Rhodes, 1. Clemson (15); Buckner, 
4; Iturbe, 3; Martin, 1; Code, 3; Harder, 3; Ragland. 1. 
Turnovers: Maryland (17); Smith, 3; Elliott, 1; 
Jasikevicius. 1; Hipp, 1; Booth, 4; Simpkins, 2; 
Rhodes, 4. Clemson (15); Buckener, 1; Iturbe, 5; 
Martin, 1; Code, 2; Ragland, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 8,500. 



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Game No. 19 



January 28, 1995 
Maryland 74, Duke 72 

Duke 

MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 

Price 13 1-3 0-0 2 2 2 

Parks 38 7-15 4-8 10 2 3 19 

Meek 36 5-8 2-3 6 1 4 12 

Capel 28 3-9 0-0 4 6 2 7 

Langdon 31 7-12 2-2 3 2 2 20 

Wojciechowski 22 1-5 0-0 2 3 2 3 

Blakeney 13 2-4 0-0 4 1 4 

Collins 13 1-4 0-0 12 13 

Newton 5 1-1 0-0 2 2 

Moore 1 0-0 0-0 

Team 4 

TOTALS 200 28-61 8-13 38 19 14 72 

Maryland 

MDJ FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 34 8-16 0-0 7 4 3 21 

Booth 33 7-16 7-9 9 1 2 22 

Smith 32 2-10 2-2 5 3 3 6 

Simpkins 36 4-8 0-0 15 2 9 

Rhodes 36 4-7 0-0 4 3 3 8 

Jasikevicius 1 0-0 0-0 11 

Lucas 10 3-7 2-2 3 18 

Elliott 5 0-0 0-0 10 

Kovank 4 0-0 0-0 12 

Bristol 9 0-0 0-0 10 

Team 3 



TOTAL 



200 28-64 11-13 35 18 15 74 



Halftime, Maryland 41, Duke 34 
Three Point Goals: Duke (8-27); Price, 0-2; Parks, 1-4; 
Capel, 1-5; Langson, 4-8; Wojciechowski, 1-4; 
Blakeney, 0-1, Collins, 1-3. Maryland (7-10); Hipp, 5-6; 
Booth, 1-1; Simpkins, 1-2; Lucas, 0-1. Blocked Shots: 
Duke (9); Parks, 3; Meek, 4; Langdon, 1; Blakeney, 1. 
Maryland (4); Hipp, 1; Booth, 1; Smith, 2. Steals: Duke 
(4); Parks, 1; Capel, 1; Newton, 1. Maryland (9); Hipp, 
3; Booth, 1; Rhodes, 3; Jasikevicius, 1; Lucas, 1; 
Bristol, 1. Turnovers: Duke (12); Price, 2; Parks, 2; 
Meek, 1; Capel, 6; Langdon, 1; Collins, 1. Maryland 
(8); Hipp. 2; Booth, 3; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 
1. Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 



Game No. 20 



February 1, 1995 

Maryland 71, Virginia 62 

Virginia 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Burrough 35 12-16 1-4 9 4 1 25 

Robinson 15 0-3 0-0 12 10 

Ch. Alexander 14 1-3 1-2 10 3 

Co. Alexander 35 4-11 0-0 4 1 19 

Deane 31 5-12 1-2 14 1 13 

WiUiford 25 0-3 0-0 4 2 5 

Barnes 16 0-3 0-0 7 1 3 

Staples 18 2-4 0-0 11 6 

Nolan 11 3-3 0-3 10 3 6 

Team 3 

TOTALS 200 27-58 3-11 32 15 15 62 

Maryland 

MrN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 36 0-8 0-12 3 3 

Booth 31 7-10 1-15 2 4 15 

Smith 35 9-13 11-13 21 1 2 29 

Simpkins 35 4-10 2-2 14 1 10 

Rhodes 35 4-12 0-0 7 3 2 10 

Lucas 12 2-6 0-4 6 14 

Bristol 5 0-1 0-0 1 

Elliott 2 0-0 0-0 

Kovarik 5 0-0 0-0 1 10 

Jasikevicius 4 1-3 0-0 1 13 

Team 1 



TOTALS 



200 27-63 14-21 43 16 15 71 



Halftime, Tied 34-34 

Three Point Goals: Virginia (5-12); Co. Alexander, 1-4; 
Deane, 2-4; Staples, 2-4. Maryland (3-15); Hipp, 0-4; 
Booth, 0-1; Simpkins, 0-2; Rhodes, 2-4; Lucas, 0-1; 
Jasikevicius, 1-3. Blocked Shots: Virginia (1); Ch. 
Alexander, 1. Maryland (13); Hipp, 3; Booth, 1; Smith, 
7; Rhodes, 2. Steals: Virginia (6); Burrough, 1; Co. 
Alexander, 2; Deane, 2; Williford, 1. Maryland (8); 
Smith, 3; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 3. Turnovers: Virrginia 
(12); Burrough, 2; Ch. Alexander, 1; Co. Alexander, 2; 



Deane, 2; Williford, 4; Barnes, 1. Maryland (10); Hipp, 
1; Booth, 1; Smith, 1; Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 4; Lucas, 
2. Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 

Game No. 21 

February 4, 1995 

Georgia Tech 100, Maryland 91 

Maryland 

MJN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 32 6-13 2-4 2 2 3 14 

Booth 33 4-4 7-8 7 4 4 15 

Smith 35 5-9 4-6 4 2 5 14 

Simpkins 31 7-10 5-6 16 3 24 

Rhodes 37 3-6 2-2 5 9 5 9 

Bristol 10 2-3 2-2 8 

Lucas 11 3-5 0-0 2 4 7 

Kovarik 9 0-0 0-0 10 3 

Elliott 1 0-0 0-0 10 10 

Jasikevicius 1 0-1 0-0 10 

Team 4 



TOTALS 



Elisma 

Maddox 

Best 

Barry 

Harpring 

Williams 

Hodge 

Harlicka 

Team 

TOTAL 



200 30-51 22-28 27 23 29 91 



Georgia Tech 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



29 
27 
39 
39 
40 
21 

4 

1 



5-9 
2-6 



1-3 
0-0 



6-19 15-16 1 4 



;-10 8-9 



3-5 
0-0 
0-0 



3-3 
0-0 
0-0 



5 

12 
2 



4 



11 
4 
30 
18 
28 
9 





200 30-57 32-39 30 13 18 100 



Halftime, Maryland 42-38. 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (9-17); Hipp. 0-2; 
Simpkins, 5-7; Rhodes, 1-2; Bristol, 2-3; Lucas, 1-2; 
Jasikevicius, 0-1. Georgia Tech (8-18); Maddox, 0-2; 
Best, 3-9; Barry, 1-3; Harpring, 4-4. Blocked Shots: 
Maryland (4), Smith, 2; Rhodes, 2. Georgia Tech (1); 
Elisma, (1). Steals (8); Smith, 2; Rhodes, 4; Bristol, 1; 
Lucas, 1. Georgia Tech (8); Maddox, 1; Best, 1; Barry, 
2; Harpring, 4. Turnovers: Maryland (23); Hipp, 3; 
Booth, 4; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 3; Bristol, 1; 
Lucas, 1; Kovarik, 1. Georgia Tech (12); Elisma, 3; 
Maddox, 1; Best, 2; Barry, 1; Harpring, 3; Williams, 1; 
Hodge, 1. Technical Fouls: Williams (Georgia Tech, 
0:23, 2nd); Attendance, 10,004. 



Game No. 22 



February 7, 1995 

Maryland 86, North Carolina 73 

North Carolina 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Calabria 36 3-9 0-13 2 3 8 

Stackhouse 34 4-15 3-4 5 4 1 13 

Wallace 36 7-11 0-0 8 3 4 15 

Mclnnis 35 5-10 0-0 2 4 13 

D.Williams 28 3-11 2-2 2 1 5 9 

Zwikker 9 0-0 2-2 2 2 2 

Landry 19 408 1-13 2 2 11 

S.Williams 3 1-2 0-0 1 12 

Team 2 

TOTAL 200 27-66 8-10 27 17 18 73 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 26 4-8 4-4 14 1 12 

Booth 25 5-14 3-4 5 2 4 13 

Smith 36 5-10 4-4 16 1 1 14 

Simpkins 36 8-12 3-3 3 7 21 

Rhodes 38 8-11 1-19 4 3 21 

Kovarik 4 0-0 0-0 1 2 

Lucas 16 2-4 0-0 3 5 

Bristol 3 0-1 0-0 

Jasikevicius 13 0-0 0-0 12 10 

Elliott 3 0-0 0-0 2 10 

Team 2 



TOTAL 



200 32-60 15-16 40 23 13 86 



Halftime, Maryland 39, North Carolina 38 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (11-29): Calabria, 2-4; 
Stackhouse, 2-8; Wallace, 1-1; Mclnnis, 3-5; D. 
Williams, 1-5; S. Williams, 0-1. Maryland (7-16); Hipp, 
0-2; Booth, 0-2; Smith, 0-1; Simpkins, 2-4; Rhodes, 4- 
5; Lucas, 1-1; Bristol, 0-1. Blocked Shots: North 
Carolina (5), Stackhouse, 1; Wallace, 1; Zwikker, 2; 
Landry, 1. Maryland (7); Hipp, 1; Smith, 1; Simpkins, 



1; Rhodes, 2; Lucas, 1; Jasikevicius, 1. Steals: North 
Carolina (6); Calabria, 1; Stackhouse, 2; Wallace, 1; 
Mclnnis, 1; Landry, 1. Maryland (6); Hipp, 1; Boothm 
2; Smith, 1; Rhodes, 1; Jasikevicius, 1. Turnovers: 
North Carolina (13); Calabria, 3; Stackhouse, 3; 
Wallace, 1; Mclnnis, 3; D. Williams, 2; Landry, 1. 
Maryland (15); Hipp, 1; Booth, 4; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 
3, Rhodes, 3; Jasikevicius, 2. Technical Fouls: 
Maryland Bench (1st, 17:58). Attendance: 14,500 (S/O) 



Game No. 23 



February 11, 1995 

Maryland 80, Florida State 65 

Florida State 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Carroll 25 4-9 1-2 9 1 10 

Louis 37 3-8 1-3 2 7 

Luchman 13 2-2 1-2 3 1 3 5 

Greer 13 0-4 0-0 3 3 

Collins 32 3-13 2-2 6 4 4 10 

Shepherd 27 7-9 0-0 5 2 3 17 

Sura 27 3-6 4-4 7 7 1 12 

Reid 9 0-0 0-0 2 

Wooden 17 2-6 0-0 6 1 3 4 

Team 

TOTAL 200 24-57 9-13 41 18 17 65 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 30 7-12 0-0 6 6 3 15 

Booth 31 3-7 5-6 4 2 1 11 

Smith 36 7-14 4-5 7 1 1 18 

Simpkins 37 2-8 7-8 3 5 11 

Rhodes 39 6-12 2-3 5 6 4 18 

Kovarik 6 0-0 0-0 12 10 

Jasikevicius 2 0-0 0-0 10 

Lucas 13 1-7 0-0 2 12 

Bristol 6 2-3 0-0 10 5 

Team 2 



TOTALS 



200 28-63 18-22 32 22 11 80 



Halftime, Maryland 38, Florida State 33 
Three Point Goals: Florida State (8-21); Carroll, 1-5; 
Greer, 0-3; Collins, 2-5; Shepherd, 3-3; Sura, 2-5. 
Maryland (6-18); Hipp, 1-3; Booth, 0-1; Simpkins, 0-4; 
Rhodes, 4-7; Lucas, 0-1; Bristol, 1-2. Blocked Shots: 
Florida State (9); Louis, 6; Luchman, 1; Wooden, 2. 
Maryland (7); Booth, 1; Smith, 3; Rhodes, 3. Steals: 
Florida State (2); Carroll, 1; Wooden, 1. Maryland (9), 
Booth, 4; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 1; Kovarik, 1. 
Turnovers: Florida State (24); Carroll, 3; Louis, 4; 
Greer, 2; Collins, 1; Shepherd, 3; Sura, 4; Reid, 3; 
Wooden, 4. Maryland (8); Hipp, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 1; 
Simpkins, 2; Jasikevicius, 1; Bristol, 1. Technical 
Fouls: None. Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 



Game No. 24 



February 15, 1995 

Wake Forest 63, Maryland 54 

Maryland 

MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

Hipp 32 2-5 1-2 5 3 3 5 

Booth 28 2-10 3-4 6 4 7 

Smith 36 5-11 7-8 6 2 3 17 

Simpkins 36 3-11 4-4 13 2 10 

Rhodes 32 4-10 0-0 8 5 9 

Lucas 12 2-4 0-0 3 1 4 

bnstol 5 1-20-01002 

Jasikevicius 2 0-0 0-0 10 

Elliott 8 0-10-03010 

Kovarik 9 0-2 0-0 2 10 

Team 2 

TOTAL 200 19-56 15-18 37 9 20 54 





Wake Forest 












MTN FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Peral 


28 4-8 


0-1 


4 





2 


8 


Banks 


37 4-11 


3-4 


10 


3 


3 


11 


Duncan 


31 2-9 


3-4 


11 


2 


4 


7 


Braswell 


9 0-2 


2-2 











2 


Childress 


39 2-8 


3-4 


2 


3 


2 


8 


LaRue 


25 2-6 


2-2 


2 


1 





8 


Rutland 


31 5-9 


6-6 


3 


2 


2 


19 


Team 






4 








TOTALS 


200 19-53 19-23 


36 


11 


13 


63 



Halftime: Maryland 30, Wake Foreset 27 

Three Point Goals: Maryland (1-15); Hipp, 0-2; Booth, 

0-3; Simpkins, 0-3; Rhodes, 1-4; Lucas, 0-1; Bristol, 0- 



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1; Kovarik, 0-1. Wake Forest (6-19); Peral, 0-1; 
Duncan, 0-1; Braswell, 0-2; Childress, 1-6; La Rue, 2- 
5; Rutland, 3-4. Blocked Shots: Maryland (4); Smith, 3; 
Elliott, 1. Wake Forest (9); Peral, 1; Banks, 2; Dunca, 
6. Steals: Maryland (7); Booth, 2; Simpkins, 2; 
Rhodes, 1; Elliott, 1; Kovarik, 1. Wake Forest (10); 
Peral, 1; Banks, 2; Duncan, 1; Childress, 1; LaRue, 3; 
Rutland, 2. Turnovers: Maryland (19); Hipp, 3; Booth, 
5; Smith, 3; Simpkins, 2; Rhodes, 4; Lucas, 1; Bristol, 
1, Wake Forest (16); Peral, 1; Banks, 2; Duncan, 1; 
Childress, 6; LaRue, 1; Rutland, 3; Braswell, 1; 
Technical Fouls: None.Attendance: 13,207. 



Game No. 25 

February 19, 1995 
Maryland 74, Cincinnati 72 

Maryland 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Elliott 

Team 

TOTAL 



Fortson 

Bostic 

Long 

Flint 

Durden 

Burton 

LeGree 

Jacobs 

Gregor 

Brannen 

Team 

TOTAL 



MDJ 

43 
22 
32 
35 
36 
20 
10 

5 

6 



FG FT R 

5-12 6-8 4 

0-5 0-0 7 

9-15 7-11 14 

2-6 0-0 5 

6-10 0-0 3 

4-9 4-6 2 

0-2 0-0 

0-0 0-0 2 2 

0-0 0-1 1 1 



PF TP 



16 

26 
4 
15 
13 







200 26-59 17-26 38 20 20 74 



Cincinnati 

MTN FG FT 



PF TP 



25 
7 

32 
32 
36 
26 
16 
18 
6 
2 



5-11 2-4 

0-0 0-0 

5-12 0-3 

4-9 1-3 

5-14 0-0 

6-13 5-6 



1-2 
3-6 

0-0 
0-0 



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



5 

7 
2 
6 
3 
1 

12 

1 



12 

10 
9 
12 
21 
2 
6 





200 29-67 8-18 37 14 24 72 



Halftime: Maryland 40, 'Cincinnati 32 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (5-11); Hipp, 0-1; Smith, 
1-1; Simpkins, 0-1, Rhodes, 3-5; Lucas, 1-2; Bristol, 0- 
1. Cincinnati (6-18); Flint, 0-2; Durden, 2-8; Burton, 4- 
8. Steals: Maryland (8); Smith, 3; Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 
3; Bristol, 1. Cincinnati (5); Flint, 1; Durden, 2; 
Burton, 1; LeGree, 1. Turnovers: Maryland (16); 
Booth, 4; Smith, 4; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 3; Elliott, 2. 
Cincinnati (16); Fortson, 5; Bostic, 1; Long, 2; Durden, 
2; LeGree, 4; Jacobs, 1; Brannen, 1. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 



Game No. 26 

February 22, 1995 
Maryland 84, N.C. State 71 

N.C. State 



Hyatt 


MTN 

33 


FG 

0-3 


FT R 

3-4 3 


A 

4 


PF 

3 


TP 

3 




Game No. 28 








Daniels 

Fuller 


31 
33 


3-11 
9-18 


1-2 10 
3-4 4 


7 
2 


4 
4 


8 
21 




March 1, 1995 










McCuller 


30 


6-12 


0-0 2 


1 


1 


16 




Maryland 94, Duke 92 






Benjamin 


28 


4-13 


0-0 1 


1 


4 


11 






Maryland 










Davis 


19 


3-4 


0-1 2 


1 


2 


8 




MIN 


FG FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Harrison 


13 


0-2 


0-0 1 


2 


1 





Hipp 


32 


4-7 4-4 


5 


3 


4 


13 


Wilson 


13 


2-5 


0-0 2 





3 


4 


Booth 


26 


1-6 1-4 


4 


2 


5 


3 


Team 






3 








Smith 


36 


15-25 10-11 


18 


1 


3 


40 


TOTAL 


200 


27-68 


7-11 27 


18 


22 


71 


Simpkins 


32 


4-10 3-4 


1 


5 


3 


11 






Maryland 








Rhodes 


31 


5-9 0-0 


2 


2 


4 


11 




MIN 


FG 


FT R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Lucas 


14 


1-6 0-0 


4 


2 


1 


3 


Hipp 


33 


6-14 


2-4 7 


4 


2 


14 


Bristol 


14 


3-4 0-0 


3 


2 





8 


Booth 


29 


3-8 


5-5 10 


2 


3 


11 


Kovarik 


8 


0-0 2-2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


Smith 


33 


8-12 


4-7 15 


2 


2 


20 


Elliott 


4 


0-0 0-1 


1 





1 





Simpkins 


30 


5-8 


5-6 2 


3 


3 


16 


Jasikevicius 3 


1-1 0-0 











3 


Rhodes 


36 


4-8 


3-6 5 


5 


1 


12 


Team 






1 








Lucas 


13 


1-3 


2-2 4 





3 


5 


TOTAL 


200 


34-68 11-26 


42 


18 


22 


94 


Bristol 


11 


0-0 


0-0 1 


2 


2 



















Kovarik 


10 


1-1 


0-0 


1 





3 






Duke 








Elliott 


5 


1-1 


0-0 2 








3 




MIN 


FG FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Team 






1 








Langdon 


30 


6-10 0-0 


2 


1 


2 


15 


TOTAL 


200 


29-55 21 30 47 


19 


16 


84 


Parks 


36 


6-16 8-8 


8 








20 
















Meek 


23 


3-5 3-6 


5 


2 


5 


9 


Halftime, 


Maryland 41, N.C. 


State 31 








Blakeney 


18 


2-4 2-2 





3 


2 


8 


Three Point Goals: N.C. State (1 ' Hyatt 


0-3; 




Capel 


34 


6-7 4-6 


2 


9 


4 


19 


Daniels, 1 


-5; Fuller, C 


-1; McCuUer, 4-7; 


3anja 


min, 


3-5; 


Price 


23 


4-10 2-4 


2 


1 





10 



Davis, 2-3; Harrison, 0-1. Maryland (5-11); Lucas, 1-1; 
Hipp, 0-3; Simpkins, 1-1; Rhodes, 1-4; Kovarik, 1-1; 
Elliott, 1-1. Blocked Shots: N.C. State (0). Maryland 
(7); Booth, 1; Smith, 5; Rhodes, 1. Steals: N.C. State 
(12); Hyatt, 3; Darnels, 2; McCuller, 2; Benjamin, 3; 
Wilson, 2. Maryland (11); Hipp, 2; Booth, 1; Smith, 2; 
Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 2; Bristol, 1; Kovarik, 2. 
Turnovers: N.C. State (16); Hyatt, 2; Daniels, 1; Fuller, 
2; McCuller, 4; Benjamin, 2; Davis, 1; Harrison, 2; 
Wilson, 2. Maryland (22); Hipp, 5; Booth, 1; Smith, 2; 
Simpkins, 7; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1; Bristol, 3; Kovarik, 2. 
Technical Fouls: Maryland (Bench, 5:41, 1st half). 
Attendance: 14,500 (S/O). 



Game No. 27 

February 25, 1995 
Maryland 84, Clemson 68 

Clomson 
FG FT 

3-8 4-4 
4-11 1-1 
4-6 0-0 



Kelly 

Buckner 

Iturbe 

Martin 

Code 

Ragland 

Harder 

Johnson 

Team 

TOTAL 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Kovarik 

Licas 

Bristol 

Elliott 

Shultz 

Judd 

Jasikevicius 

Raydo 

Team 

TOTALS 



MIN 

27 
38 
17 
26 
40 
16 
34 
2 



6-8 2-2 

1-7 1-2 

0-0 2-2 

6-8 0-0 



PF TP 



10 
10 
8 

20 
4 
2 
14 



0-0 0-0 

1 

200 24-48 10-11 28 14 29 68 



MIN 
32 
26 
33 
36 
30 
9 

19 




Maryland 
FG FT 

2-3 3-4 

3-6 5-8 

10-13 13-22 

2-5 3-4 



4-7 
0-0 
2-5 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

0-0 



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



PF 

4 
4 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 









TP 

7 
11 
33 

8 
13 

1 

8 









3 





200 24-41 30-50 26 18 16 84 



Halftime, Maryland 28, Clemson 25 
Three Point Goals: Clemson (10-19); Kelly, 0-2; 
Buckner, 1-2; Iturbe, 0-1; Martin, 6-7; Code, 1-3; 
Harder, 2-4. Maryland (6-13); Booth, 0-1; Simpkins, 1- 
3; Rhodes, 2-3; Lucas, 2-4; Bristol. 0-1; Jasikevicius, 
1-1. Blocked Shots: Clemson (2); Kelly, 2. Maryland 
(3); Smith.l; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1. Steals: Clemson (6); 
Kelly, 1; Buckner, 2; Iturbe, 2, Martin, 1. Maryland 
(10); Hipp, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 1; Simpkiins, 1; 
Rhodes, 3; Bristol, 1; Lucas, 1. Turnovers: Clemson 
(14); Iturbe, 4; Martin, 1; Code, 6; Harder, 3. 
Maryland (10); Hipp, 4; Booth, 1; Smith, 2; Simpkins, 
1; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 14,500 (S/O) 



Collins 


16 


3-5 2-2 





1 


3 


9 


Newton 


16 


1-2 0-0 


5 





3 


2 


Moore 


4 


0-2 0-0 


2 





1 





Team 






1 








TOTALS 


200 


31-61 21-28 


27 


17 


20 


19 



Halftime, Duke 43, Maryland 41 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (6-11); Hipp, 1-2; 
Simpkins, 0-2; Rhodes, 1-2; Lucas, 1-1; Bristol, 2-3; 
Jasikevicius, 1-1. Duke (9-16); Langdon, 3-5; Parks, 0- 
2; Blakeney, 2-3; Capel, 3-3; Price, 0-1; Collins, 1-2. 
Blocked Shots: Maryland (1); Smith, 1. Duke (8); 
Parks, 7; Newton, 1. Steals: Maryland (4); Hipp, 1; 
Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 2. Duke (5); Langdon, 1; Parks, 
3; Price, 1. Turnovers: Maryland (14); Hipp, 3; Booth, 
2; Smith, 3; Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 1; Kovarik, 2. Duke 
(12); Parks, 2; Meek, 1; Blakeney, 4; Capel, 1; Price, 
1; Collins, 2; Newton, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 9,314. 



Game No. 29 

March 5, 1995 
Virginia 92, Maryland 67 

Maryland 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Elliott 

Jasikevicius 

Judd 

Raydo 

Shultz 

Team 

TOTAL 



MTN 
29 
20 
37 
33 
36 
20 

9 

6 

2 

5 

1 

1 

1 



FG FT R 

2-8 3-4 3 
0-1 3-4 3 



PF TP 



i-14 8-10 15 3 



4-11 0-0 

3-9 0-0 

3-7 1-2 

3-4 0-2 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-1 0-0 



7 
3 

25 
9 
7 
9 
7 






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









200 23-55115-22 27 15 22 67 



Burrough 

Williford 

Barnes 

Staples 

Deane 

Robinson 

Ch. Alexander 

Nolan 

Ellsworth 

Watkins 

Walton 

Team 

TOTALS 



Virginia 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 

33 10-11 4-6 11 1 3 24 



3-6 
4-8 



1-1 
1-4 



6-12 0-0 
4-9 9-13 



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



0-0 
3-3 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



4 


14 
3 
1 

1 





7 
9 

18 
19 
2 
5 
6 

2 




200 33-61 18-27 42 24 19 92 



Halftime, Virginia 42, Maryland 33 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (6-19); Hipp, 0-1, Smith, 
1-2; Simpkins, 1-4; Rhodes, 1-5; Lucas, 2-5; Bristol, 1- 
1, Jasikevicius, 0-1. Virginia (8-19); Williford, 0-3; 
Staples, 6-12; Deane, 2-4. Blocked Shots: Maryland 
(3); Smith, 2; Simpkins, 1. Virginia (7); Burrough, 1; 
Barnes, 2; Staples, 2; Deane, 1; Norman, 1. Steals: 
Maryland (6); Hipp, 1; Booth, 1; Smith, 1; Rhodes, 2; 
Lucas, 1. Virginia (4); Burrough, 1; Deane, 3. 
Turnovers: Maryland (14); Booth, 3; Smith, 3; 
Simpkins, 3; Rhodes, 2; Bristol, 1; Kovarik, 1; Judd.l. 
Virginia (13); Burrough, 4; Williford, 1; Barnes, 2; 
Staples, 1; Deane, 3; Nolan, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attemdance: 8,379. 




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Game No. 30 

March 10, 1995 

Maryland 71, Florida State 64 

ACC Tournament Quarterfinals 
Florida State 



Louis 

Sura 

Reid 

Greer 

Collins 

Carrol] 

Lucnman 

Curry 

Wooden 

Shepherd 

Team 

TOTAL 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Elliott 

Team 

TOTAL 



MIN 
33 

40 
15 
31 
37 
13 
18 
5 



FG FT 

5-8 2-4 

8-17 3-8 

3-3 0-0 

1-7 0-0 

5-15 1-3 

0-2 0-0 

1-6 1-4 

0-0 0-0 



PF TP 



12 
22 
6 
2 
11 

3 

2 
6 



4 1-1 0-0 

4 2-2 1-2 

4 
200 26-61 8-21 37 11 26 64 



MIN 

31 
26 
32 
36 
34 
20 
15 

4 

2 



Maryland 
FG FT 

3-11 
2-9 
4-12 
1-3 
6-11 
3-6 



2-2 
0-0 
0-0 



2-4 
9-10 
6-8 
0-0 
1-3 
6-9 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 



R 

2 
10 
16 
2 
6 
5 
1 


5 



PF 

2 
4 
5 

4 
3 
3 

1 



TP 

8 
13 
15 

3 

13 
12 

6 

1 





200 21-54 25-36 47 4 22 71 



Halftime, Florida State 36, Maryland 32 
Three Point Goals: Florida State (4-12); Sura, 3-8; 
Collins, 0-2; Carroll, 0-1; Shepherd, 1-1. Maryland (4- 
12); Hipp, 0-2; Booth, 0-1; Smith, 1-2; Simpkins, 1-1; 
Rhodes, 0-3; Lucas, 0-1; Bristol, 2-2. Blocked Shots: 
Florida State (5); Louis, 3; Reid, 1; Collins, 1. 
Maryland (4); Booth, 1; Smith, 3. Steals: Florida State 
(6); Sura, 2; Greer, 3; Collins, 1. Maryland (8); Hipp, 2; 
Smith, 1; Rhodes, 3; Lucas, 1; Kovarik, 1. Turnovers: 
Florida State (17); Louis, 3; Sura, 6; Greer, 2; Collins, 
1; Carroll, 1; Wooden, 2; Team, 2. Maryland (19); 
Hipp, 4; Booth, 1; Smith, 3; Simpkins, 4; Rhodes, 3; 
Lucas, 1; Kovarik, 3. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 23,311. 



Game No. 31 





March 11 


, 199E 










North Carolina 97, 


Maryland 92 (OT) 


ACC Tournament Semifinals 










Maryland 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


37 


8-15 


6-8 


6 





1 


23 


Booth 


28 


3-12 


0-0 


8 


1 


4 


7 


Smith 


39 


8-17 


7-11 


10 


1 


4 


24 


Simpkins 


42 


1-5 


2-2 


3 


3 


3 


5 


Rhodes 


40 


7-17 


0-0 


8 


1 


4 


17 


Lucas 


19 


2-3 


4-6 


4 





2 


9 


Bristol 


9 


1-5 


0-0 


1 


1 





3 


Kovarik 


3 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


1 





Elliott 


4 


0-1 


0-0 














Jasikevicius 


4 


2-3 


0-0 











4 


Team 








3 








TOTAL 


200 


32-78 19-27 


43 


9 


19 


92 




North Carolina 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Calabria 


42 


4-6 


2-2 


10 


2 


3 


12 


Stackhouse 


38 


8-16 


2-3 


14 


4 


4 


19 


Wallace 


43 


13-19 


7-8 


6 


2 


4 


33 


D. Williams 


39 


7-16 


0-0 


4 


4 


3 


17 


Mclnnis 


40 


5-13 


0-0 


6 





2 


12 


Landry 


11 


1-2 


0-0 


1 


3 


5 


2 


Sullivan 


7 


1-2 


0-0 


1 





1 


2 


Zwikker 


2 


0-0 


0-0 














S. Williams 


3 


0-0 


0-1 














Team 








4 









TOTAL 



200 39-74 11-14 46 15 22 97 



Halftime, North Carolina 43, North Carolina 36 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (9-24); Hipp, 1-3, Booth, 
1-3; Smith, 1-2; Simpkins, 1-3; Rhodes, 3-6; Lucas, 1- 
2. Bristol, 1-4; Jasikevicius, 0-1. North Carolina (8-26); 
Calabria, 2-3; Stackhouse, 1-5; Wallace, 0-1; D. 
Williams, 3-9; Mclnnis, 2-6; Landry, 0-1; Sullivan, 0-1. 
Blocked Shots: Maryland (5); Smith, 4; Rhodes, 1. 
North Carolina (7); Stackhouse, 2; Wallace, 5. Steals: 



Maryland (5); Hipp, 1; Smith, 2; Rhodes, 2. North 
Carolina (0). Turnovers: Maryland (7); Booth, 1; 
Rhodes, 3; Lucas, 2; Bristol, 1. North Carolina (10); 
Calabria, 1; Stackhouse, 3; Wallace, 1; Mclnnis, 2; 
Sullivan, 1; S. Williams, 2. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 23, 311. 



Game No. 32 

March 16, 1995 

Maryland 87, Gonzaga 63 

NCAA Tournament Game No. 1 
Gonzaga 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



Kinloch 


26 


3-6 


1-2 


2 


1 


3 


8 


Rubright 


32 


4-9 


4-4 


6 


1 


4 


13 


Rogers 


38 


5-7 


3-4 


8 


1 


3 


13 


Dixon 


30 


3-9 


0-1 




4 


4 


6 


Rilie 


39 


4-14 


0-0 




8 


2 


11 


Williams 


10 


0-2 


0-0 













Nemeth 


1 


0-1 


1-2 










1 


Cole 


13 


3-7 


2-2 







1 


9 


Morgan 


3 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





Bond 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 











Snider 


7 


1-2 


0-1 


2 








2 


Team 

















TOTAL 


200 


23-57 11-16 


30 


15 


18 


63 



Maryland 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Raydo 

Kovarik 

Judd 

Jasikevicius 

Lucas 

Elliott 

Bristol 

Shultz 

Team 

TOTAL 



28 
26 
24 
32 
34 
1 

11 
1 
1 

21 
7 
13 
1 



6-10 2-5 
4-10 1-2 



5 
15 



4-9 1-2 4 



7-14 4-4 
5-12 0-0 



0-0 
1-1 
0-1 
0-1 
2-8 
3-3 
2-3 
0-0 



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



15 
9 
9 
21 
12 

2 


4 
9 
6 




200 34-7 12-19 49 17 18 87 



Halftime: Maryland 40, Gonzaga 25 
Three Point Goals: Gonzaga (6-25); Kinloch, 1-4; 
Ribright, 1-5; Dixon, 0-1; Rillie, 3-11; Cole, 1-4. 
Maryland (7-17); Hipp, 1-2; Smith, 0-1; Simpkins, 3-6; 
Rhodes, 2-5; Jasikevicius, 0-1; Lucas, 0-1; Bristol, 1-1. 
Blocked Shots: Gonzaga (6); Rogers, 4; Snider, 2. 
Maryland (0). Steals: Gonzaga (9); Rubright, 1; 
Rogers, 1; Dixon, 6; Rillie, 1. Maryland (6); Hipp, 2; 
Booth, 1; Simpkins, 1; Rhodes, 2. Turnovers: Gonzaga 
(18); Kinloch, 5; Rogers, 4; Dixon, 4; Rillie, 3; Morgan, 
1; Snider.l. Maryland (12); Hipp, 2; Booth, 1; 
Simpkins, 4; Rhodes, 3; Kovarik, 1; Bristol, 1. 
Technical Fouls: None. Attendance: 12,369. 



Game No. 33 

Marchl8, 1995 

Maryland 82, Texas 68 

NCAA Tournament Game No. 2 
Texas 

MIN FG FT 

39 0-3 4-4 

4 1-2 0-0 

8 2-4 0-0 
36 3-19 1-9 
35 7-13 0-2 
6 3-3 0-0 
11 1-5 0-0 

9 0-1 0-2 
27 4-11 5-7 

6 0-0 0-0 

19 3-7 0-0 



Wingfield 

Dixon 

Mclver 

Anderson 

Rencher 

Alvarado 

Perryman 

Penders 

Freeman 

Gilmore 

Simpson 

Team 

TOTALS 



200 24-68 17-28 



R 
10 

2 
1 
2 
2 


5 
3 
11 
3 
39 



TP 

4 

2 

4 
14 
15 

6 

3 


14 



6 



28 68 







Maryland 












MIN 


FG 


FT 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Hipp 


36 


5-11 


3-5 


5 


3 


2 


13 


Booth 


28 


5-6 


2-2 


11 





4 


12 


Smith 


36 


10-17 11-16 


21 


1 


3 


31 


Simpkins 


29 


1-2 


4-8 


1 


3 


4 


6 


Rhodes 


36 


4-12 


4-6 


3 


6 


2 


12 


Kovarik 


11 


0-0 


2-2 


1 


1 


3 


2 


Lucas 


15 


3-4 


0-2 


3 





1 


6 


Bristol 


9 


0-3 


0-0 





3 


3 





Team 








2 








TOTAL 


200 


28-55 26-41 


47 


17 


22 


82 



Halftime: Maryland 35, Texas 30 
Three Point Goals: Texas (3-21); Anderson, 1-9; 
Rencher, 0-2; Perryman, 1-5; Penders, 0-1; Freeman, 
1-4. Maryland (0-5); Hipp, 0-1; Simpkins, 0-1; Rhodes, 
0-1; Bristol, 0-2. Blocked Shots: Texas (3); Wingfield, 
1; Mclver. 1; Simpson, 1. Maryland (7); Smith, 7. 
Steals: Texas (12); Wingfield, 1; Anderson, 5; 
Rencher, 4; Freeman, 1; Gilmore, 1. Maryland (10); 
Hipp, 1; Booth, 2; Smith, 4; Rhodes, 1; Lucas, 1; 
Bristol, 1. Turnovers: Texas (17); Wingfield, 1; 
Anderson, 8; Rencher, 4; Perryman, 1; Freeman, 2. 
Maryland (21); Hipp, 3; Booth, 3; Smith, 4; Simpkins, 
5; Rhodes, 2; Kovarik, 2; Lucas, 1. Technical Fouls: 
None. Attendance: 13,702. 

Game No. 34 

March 23, 1995 

Connecticut 99, Maryland 89 

NCAA West Regional Semifinal 



Hipp 

Booth 

Smith 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Bristol 

Kovarik 

Elliott 

Raydo 

Shultz 

Judd 

Jasikevicius 

Team 

TOTAL 



Marshall 

Allen 

Knight 

Sheffer 

Ollie 

Hayward 

Fair 

Johnson 

King 

Willmhgam 

Cohen-Mintz 

Thomas 

Team 

TOTAL 



MIN 

30 
30 
32 
30 
35 
16 
15 

4 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Maryland 

FG FT 

5-11 2-4 

4-9 2-3 

10-17 2-2 

4-11 0-0 

9-18 2-3 
3-7 



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



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



R 

5 

11 
14 
1 
7 
2 
2 
1 

1 
1 


4 



PF TP 



13 
10 
22 
9 

22 
7 
2 


2 
2 





200 38-83 9-14 49 16 22 89 



Connecticut 
MIN FG FT R A PF TP 



35 11-22 2-4 



1 27 



32 
17 
32 
34 
20 
15 
5 
9 
1 
1 
1 



-16 0-2 11 3 2 18 



6-7 
3-7 
2-7 



3-4 
6-6 

5-6 



4-4 4-7 

1-7 1-4 



0-2 
1-2 



0-0 
0-0 



0-0 0-0 

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



15 
12 
9 
12 




2 2 



200 36-74 21-33 43 22 15 99 



Halftime: Connecticut 49, Maryland 41 
Three Point Goals: Maryland (4-20): Hipp, 1-1; Booth, 
0-2, Smith, 0-1; Simpkins, 1-5; Rhodes, 2-5; Lucas, 0-3; 
Bristol, 0-2; Judd, 0-1. Connecticut (6-14); Marshall, 3- 
3; Allen, 2-6; Sheffer, 0-1; Ollie, 0-2; Fair, 1-2. Blocked 
Shots: Maryland (2); Booth, 1; Smith, 1. Connecticut 
(2); Allen, 1; Hayward, 1. Steals: Maryland (3), Booth, 
1; Simpkins, 1; Lucas, 1. Connecticut (6); Marshall, 2; 
AHen.l, Knight, 1; Ollie, 1; Hayward, 1. Turnovers: 
Maryland (16); Hipp, 3; Booth, 6; Smith, 3; Simpkins, 
1; Rhodes, 1; Bristol, 1; Elliott, l.Connecticut (9); 
Marshall, 1; Allen, 1; Sheffer, 2; Ollie, 2; Hayward, 1; 
Cohen-Mintz, 1; Thomas, 1. Technical Fouls: None. 
Attendance: 14,399. 



88 



l\Aa*u(&AuL 7irrapU(S 



LETTERWINNERS 



Acito, Joseph, 1944 
Adams, Donald, 1926-27-28 
Adkins, Jeff, 1982-83-84-85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Allen, Benjamin, 1936-37 
Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike, 1990 
Andorka, William, 1935 
Arsnworthy, Frank, 1949-50 
Auslander, Brian, 1969, 71 
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 
Baxter, Jeff, 1983-84-85-86 
Beamer, Francis, 1938-39 
Beatty, William, 1924-25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald, 1958-59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S., 1918-19 
Bias, Leonard, 1983-84-85-86 
Bilney, John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blank, Charles, 1970-71-72 
Blumberg, Norman, 1960-61 
Bodell, Bob, 1971-72-73 
Body, Robert, 1971-72-73 




Buck Williams, one of the 
greatest rebounders in school 
history, earned three varsity 
letters before leaving school 
for the National basketball 
Association. 



Boland, Samuel, NA 
Booth, Keith, 1994-95 
Bosley, Robert, 1945 
Bosnic, Nick, 1994 
Boston, Lawrence, 1976-77-78 
Bowie, William, 1936-37 
Boyd, Arthur, 1925-26-27 
Boyle, John, 1975-76 
Branch, Adrian, 1982-83-84-85 
Brawley, C, Lee, 1949-50-51-52 
Brayton, Neil, 1864-65-66 
Brenner, John, 1942 
Bristol, Wayne, 1992-93-94-95 
Broadnax, Vince, 1989-90-91 
Brooks, Ronald, 1952-53-54 
Brown, Darrell, 1971-72-73 
Brown, Owen, 1973-74-75 
Brown, William, 1936-37 
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, Phillip, 1963-64-65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold, 1934 
Cartwright, Mark, 1972 
Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 
Chamberlain, Kevin, 1990 
Chase, Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Chong, Eddie, 1989-90 
Chronister, Jon, 1991-92 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth, 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connelly, Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 

"D" 

Daly, Edward, 1935 
Danko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Davis, Brad, 1975-76 
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 
Drffie, Granville, 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 
Downing, Matt, 1991-92 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell, Charles, 1982-83-84-85 




Derrick Lewis, among the all-time best defenders in school history, was a four-year letter- 
winner, 1985-88. 



Dudley, Aaron, 1991-92 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
Du Vail, Mearle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer, Harold, 1934 

"E" 

Edwards, John, 1946-47-48-49 
Eicher, Robert, 1961-62-63 
Eiseman, John, 1918-19 
Elmore, Len, 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 

T" 

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 
Fem, Gustav, 1957 
Finmff, Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Jay, 1970 
Flynn, John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergul, Mark, 1980, 82-83-84 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fugua, Frank, 1955 

"G" 

Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gatlin, 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, 37 

"H" 

Halm, William, 1974-75-76 
Hall, Irving, 1924 
Halleck, James, 1957-58-59 
Hammerlund, Robert, 1937 
Hankin, Robert, 1950 
Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 
Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 
Hart, Robert, 1978-79 
Hathaway, Jeff, 1978-79 
Headley, Coleman, 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, 1968-69-70 
Hipp, Exree, 1993-94-95 
Hisle, John, 1932 
Hoffecker, Thomas, 1945 
Holbert, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 
Hood, Steve, 1987-88 
Horn, Hechertm 1942 
Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 
Horton, Frank, 1992 
Housley, Samuel, NA 
Howard, Maunce, 1973-74-75-76 



Hughes, Harry, 1946 
Huntemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-78 

"I" 

Jackson, William, 1951 
Jackson, Reggie, 1979-80-81-82 
Jaeck, Paul, 1945 
James, Robert, 1942-43 
Jarmoska, George, 1941 
Jasikevicius, Sarunas, 1995 
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 
Judd, Donny, 1994-95 

"K" 

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, Charles, 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, Dick, 1950-51-52 
Kovarik, Matt, 1994-95 
Krukar, Pete, 1958-59-60 



90 



MarufaML TvrrofJMS 



LETTERWINNERS 



Ladd, Robert. 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Lann, AMn, 1948, 50 
Leuci, Victor, 1954 
Levin, Julius, 1933 
Levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levine, Frank, 1933 
Lewis, Cedric, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87-88 
Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas, Mario, 1993-94-95 
Luney, William, NA 

"M" 

MacDonald, Jan, 1968 
Mack, Charles, 1949-50 
Madigan, George, 1928-29-30 
Magid, Brian, 1976-77 
Mania. George, 1951-52-53 
Manning. Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Marshal, Alfred, NA 
Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin, Jesse, 1989-90 
Massenburg, Tony, 1986, 1988-89-90 
May. Charles, 190-31-32 
Mays, H.W., 1911 
McCarthy, John, 1936-37-38 
McCoy. Teyon, 1987-88, 90 
McCudy, Brace, 1949 
McDonald, Robert, 1959, 61 
McDonald, Leib, 1941 
McGinnis, Wayne. 1957 
McHale, Richard, 1971 
McLnton, Kevin, 1990-91-92-93 
McMillen, James, 1965-66-67 
McMillen, Thomas, 1972-73-74 
McNeil, Charles, 1958-59 
McWilliams, Samuel, 1963-64 
Mercer, Alvin, 1973-74 
Mema, 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, 47 
Moore. Dwight, 1953 
Moore, Perry, 1956-57-58 
Moran, Donald, 1951-52-53 
Moral, Matt, 1990-91-92 
Morley, Greg, 1979-80-81-82 
Morris, Alan, 1972-73 
Morris, John. 1932 
Morns, William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 
Mulitz, Milton, 1937-38, 40 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-59 
Murray, Robert, 1948, 50 
Mustaf, Jerrod, 1989-90 

"N" 

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 



Norris, John, 1930-31-32 
Nuttle, Byron, 1943 

"0" ^^^^ 

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

"P" 

Plainer, Bryanm, 1983, 85 
Parker, Alvin, 1924 
Patton, Chris, 1975-76 
Pavlos, John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Malvin, 1944, 47 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
Petrovic, Nemanja, 1993 
Pinocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittman, Charles. 1981-82 
Pitzer, John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1946 
Porac, Richard, 1972-73-74 
Prins, Curtis, 1957 

"B" 

Radice, Julius, 1928-29-30 
Ready, Michael, 1919 
Rainge, Alan, 1992 
Raydo, Matt, 1994-95 
Rea. William, 1938-39-40 
Reyes, Andre, 1987 
Rhodes, Johnny, 1993-94-95 
Rivers, Steve, 1981-82-83 
Robinson, Jonathan, 1980-81 
Roe, Matt, 1991 
Ronkin, Edward, 1930-31-32 
Rooney, Partick, 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, 47 
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, 1992-93-94-95 
Shumate, John, 1947 
Siegrist. Ronald, 1948-49 
Simpkins, Duane, 1993-94-95 
Simms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood, Lawrence, 1928-29 
Smith, Bernard, 1948-49-50 
Smith, Garfield, 1991-92 
Smith, Joe, 1994-95 
Snyder, Robert, 1933-34 
Sothoron, Norwood, 19934-35 
Stasiulatis, William, 1961-62-63 
Steiner, 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 




Lawrence Gibson scored 1,198 points during his 
four varsity seasons, 1976-1979. 



Charlie McNeil led Maryland in scoring during 
both years othis varsity career, 1958-59. 



Strachan, John, 1951 
Suder, George. 1964 
Suit, Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee, William, 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Daniel. 1963 
Swetnam, Stan, 1974 

"T" 

Taylor, Richard, 1949 
Thibeault, Mike, 1991-92-93 
Thomas, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert, 1955 
Tiffany. Al, 1993-95 
Tillman, James, 1976-77 
Tomlinson, Chris, 1992-95 
Traps, Ernest, 1942-43 
Trimble, Japeth, 1972-73 
Troxell, Walter, 1924-25-26 
Truax, Terry, 1967-68 
Tull, J.J., 1914 
Turyn, Victor, 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 1944 

"0" 

Ullman, Bernard, 1941 

"V" 

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

"W" 

Wainwright, Troy, 1988-89-90 
Walker, George, 1933 
Walker, Rodney, 1988 
Waller. Edward, 1947 
Walsh. John. 1992-93 
Ward, Gary, 1964-65-66 
Walters, Albert, 1935-36-37 
Weber, George, 1933 
Webster. David, 1954-55 



Weidinger, Charles, 1940 
Weingarten, Julian, 1957-58 
Wharton, James, 1941 
Wheeler, Waverly, 1936-37-38 
White, Joseph, 1942 
White, Howard, 1971-72-73 
Wiles, F. Michael, 1969-70 
Wiles, Peter, 1960 
Williams, Charles, 1979-80-81 
Williams, Gary, 1965-66-67 
Williams, Walt, 1989-90-91-92 
Wilson, Robert, 1931-32 
Wilson, Robert, 1960-61 
Wilson, Len, 1913 
Winnemore, Augustine, 1929 



Wise, Richmond, 1964-65-66 
Woodward, Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington, Charles, 1969 
Worstell, Tom, 1987 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 

"Y" 

Yates, Barry, 1971 
Yordy, Robert, 1945, 49 
Young, Curley, 1990 
Young, Thomas, 1953-54, 58 
Yowell, Roy, 1934 

"Z" 

Zalesak, Emanuel, 1924 
Zimmerman, James, 1935 




Albert King, the second 
leading scorer in school 
history with 2,058 points, 
earned four varsity let- 
ters. 1978-81. 



91 



MafOflflAWL finapomS 










ACC AWARD WINNING TERPS 


1988 

Keith Gatlin (2nd Team) 

1989 

Tony Massenburg (1st Team) 


1980-81 

Albert King (2 Times) 

1982-83 






Adrian Branch 


ACC Player of the Year 


1975-76 


1972 


1992 


Herman Veal 


1979-80 


John Lucas (1st Team) 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


Walt Williams (2nd Team) 


1983-84 


Albert King 


1976-77 


Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 


1995 


Ben Coleman (2 Times) 


1984-85 


Brad Davis (2nd Team) 


Len Elmore (1st Team) 


Joe Smith (2nd team) 


Jeff Adkins 


Len Bias 


1978-79 


1975 


Exree Hipp (2nd Team) 


Adrian Branch 


1985-86 


Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 


Maurice Howard (1st Team) 


ACC Player of the Week 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


1979-80 


1976 


1972-73 


Len Bias 


1994-95 


Albert King (1st Team) 


Brad Davis (1st Team) 


Tom McMillen 


Adrian Branch 


Joe Smith 


Greg Manning (2nd Team) 


1978 


Jim O'Brien 


1985-86 


ACC Rookie of the Year 


Buck Williams (2nd Team) 


Lawrence Boston (1st Team) 


1973-74 


Len Bias (2 Times) 


1978-79 


1980-81 


Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 


John Lucas 


1986-87 


Albert King (2nd Team) 


1979 


Len Elmore 


Derrick Lewis 


Buck Williams 


Buck Williams (2nd Team) 


Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 


1974-75 


1987-88 


1993-94 
Joe Smith 


1982-83 

Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 


1980 

Albert King (1st Team) 


Tom Roy (2 Times) 
John Lucas (2 Times) 


Derrick Lewis 
1988-89 


ACC Coach of the Year 


Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 


Greg Manning (1st team) 


1975-76 


John Johnson 


1974-75 


1983-84 


Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 


Steve Sheppard 


1989-90 


Left Driesell 


Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 


Buck Williams (2nd Team) 


Maurice Howard 


Tony Massenburg 


1979-80 


1984-85 


1981 


John Lucas 


1991-92 


Lefty Driesell 


Len Bias (1st Team) 


Albert King (1st Team) (MVP) 


1977-78 


Walt Williams 


All-Atlantic Coast 


Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 


Buck Williams (1st Team) 


Lawrence Boston 


1992-93 


Conference 


1985-86 


Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 


1978-79 


Kevin McLinton 


1953-54 


Len Bias (1st Team) 


1984 


Ernest Graham 


1994-95 


Gene Shue (1st Team) 


1986-87 


Len Bias (1st Team) (MVP) 


Albert Kmg 


Joe Smith (2 Times) 


1954-55 


Derrick Lewis (2nd Team) 


Ben Coleman (1st Team) 


Greg Manning 


Johnny Rhodes 


Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 


1988-89 


Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 


1979-80 


ACC Rookie of the Week 


1955-56 


Tony Massenburg (3rd 


1986 


Albert King (2 Times) 


1970-71 


Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 


Team) 


Len Bias (1st Team) 


Greg Manning 


Jim O'Brien (2 Times) 


1956-57 


Jerrod Mustaf (3rd Team) 






Darrell Brown 


Bob O'Brien (2nd Team) 


1990-91 

Mat Roe (3rd Team) 






Howard White 


1957-58 


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1971-72 


Nick Davis (2nd Team) 


1991-92 


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Tom McMillen (4 Times) 


John Nacincik (2nd Team) 


Walt Williams (1st Team) 


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Len Elmore 


1958-59 


1993-94 


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1972-73 


Charles McNeil (2nd Team) 


Joe Smith (1st Team) 


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John Lucas (2 Times) 


1959-60 


Keith Booth (HM) 


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1974-75 


Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 


Exree Hipp (HM) 


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Brad Davis (3 Times) 


1960-61 


Johnny Rhodes (HM) 


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Steve Sheppard 


Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 


Duane Simpkins (HM) 


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1975-76 


1962-63 


1994-95 


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Larry Gibson 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 


Joe Smith (1st Team) 


Lawrence Boston 


1964-65 


Johnny Rhodes (3rd Team) 


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1976-77 


Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 


Keith Booth (HM) 


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Bill Bryant (2 Times) 


1965-66 


Exree Hipp (HM) 


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Mike Davis 


Gary Ward (2nd Team) 


Duane Simpkins (HM) 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1968-69 


All-ACC Tournament 


1977-78 


Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 


1954 




Greg Manning (2 Times) 


1969-70 


Gene Shue (1st team) 


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Albert King 


Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 


1956 


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1978-79 


1970-71 


Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 


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Buck Williams (3 Times) 


Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 


1957 


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1981-82 


1971-72 


John Nacincik (2nd Team) 




Adrian Branch (3 Times) 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


1958 


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1982-83 


Len Elmore (2nd Team) 


Nick Davis (1st Team) 


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Ben Coleman (2 Times) 


1972-73 


Charles McNeil (1st Team) 


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1983-84 


Tom McMillen (1st) 


Al Bunge (2nd Team) 


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Keith Gatlin 


Len Elmore (2nd) 


1961 




1984-85 


1973-74 


Bill Stasiulatis (2nd Team) 


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Derrick Lewis (3 Times) 


Len Elmore (1st Team) 


1962 


1985-86 


John Lucas (1st Team) 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 


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John Johnson 


1974-75 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Own Brown (2nd Team) 


1965 

Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 




1986-87 

Teyon McCoy (2 Times) 

Steve Hood 


Derrick Lewis (33) is an important player in Maryland basketball 


Brad Davis (2nd Team) 




history. He was awarded the Alvin Aubinoe Greatest Career 


1987-88 


Maurice Howard (2nd Team) 




Contribution award in 1988. 




Brian Williams (2 times) 



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Joe Smith is one of only two players in ACC history to be named 
the conference Rookie of the Year and the conference Player of 
the Year in consecutive seasons. 



1988-89 

Jerrod Mustaf (3 Times) 

1990-91 

Garfield Smith 

1992-93 

Exree Hipp (2 Times) 

Johnny Rhodes (2 Times) 

1993-94 

Joe Smith (6 Times) - 

All-Southern Conference 

1930-31 

Bosey Berger 

Ed Ronkin 

1932-33 

Rufus Vincent 

1935-36 

Bernie Buscher 

Vic Willis 

1937-38 

George Knepley 

1938-39 

George Knepley 

Eddie Johnson 

George DeWitt 

1944-45 

Jack Flynn 

1948-49 

Lee Brawley 

All-Southern Conference 
Tournament 

1931 

Bosey Berger 

Ed Ronkin 

1939 

George Knepley 

1945 

Jack Flynn 

1951 

Dick Koffenberger 

1953 

Gene Shue (MVP) 



Academic All-America 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 

1980-81 

Greg Manning (2nd Team) 

1990-91 

Matt Roe (1st Team) 

Phi Beta Kappa 

1978-79 

Eric Shrader 

NCAA Post-graduate 
Scholarship 

1970 

Tom Milroy (alt.) 

1974 

Tom McMillen 

1981 

Greg Manning 

1991 

Matt Roe 

All-ACC Academic 

1966-67 

Jay McMillen 

1968-69 

Tom Milroy 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen 

1973-74 

Tom McMIillen 

1976-77 

Steve Sheppard 

Brian Magid 

1978-79 

Greg Manning 

1979-80 

Greg Manning 



1980-81 

Greg Manning 

1983-84 

Charles Driesell 

1984-85 

Charles Driesell 

1990-91 

Matt Roe 

Scholar-Athlete Award 

1989-90 

Matt Roe 

1990-91 

Matt Roe 

1991-92 

Vince Broadnax 

1992-93 

Kurtis Shultz 

1993-94 

Matt Raydo 

1994-95 

Most Valuable Player 

1969-70 

Rod Horst 

1970-71 

Barry Yates 

1971-72 

Len Elmore 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen 

1974-75 

John Lucas 

1975-76 

Maurice Howard 

1976-77 

Larry Gibson 

1977-78 

Larry Gibson 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson 

1979-80 

Albert King 

1980-81 

Albert King 

1981-82 

Adrian Branch 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch 

Ben Coleman 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman 

1984-85 

Len Bias 

1985-86 

Len Bias 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Matt Roe 

1991-92 

Walt Williams 



1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 

Joe Smith 

1994-95 

Joe Smith 

Most Improved Player 

1969-70 

Sparky Still 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien 

1971-72 

Darrell Brown 

1972-73 

John Lucas 

1973-74 

Owen Brown 

1974-75 

Maurice Howard 

1975-76 

Brad Davis 

1976-77 

Lawrence Boston 

1977-78 

Greg Manning 

1978-79 

Ernest Graham 

1979-80 

Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 

Steve Rivers 

1981-82 

Charles Pittman 

1982-83 

Len Bias 



1983-84 

Terry Long 

1984-85 

Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

1985-86 

Jeff Baxter 

1986-87 

Dave Dickerson 

1987-88 

Tony Massenburg 

1988-89 

Cedric Lewis 

1989-90 

Jesse Martin 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 

Evers Burns 

1992-93 

Chris Kerwin 

1993-94 

Mario Lucas 

Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 

Wayne Bristol 

Alvin Aubinoe Greatest 
Career Contribution 

1969-70 
Will Hetzel 
1970-71 
Jay Flowers 
1971-72 
Charlie Blank 




Matt Roe (4) was a first team Academic AH- American 
in 1991; he is one of four Academic All-American 
selections for the Maryland basketball program. 



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Billy Hahn (21) a current 
Terps assistant coach, was a 
team captain and earned the 
award lor greatest carer con- 
tribution in 1975. 



1972-73 

Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen 

1974-75 

Billy Hahn 

1975-76 

John Lucas 

1976-77 

John Pavlos, Mgr. 

1977-78 

Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson 

1979-80 

John Bilney 

1980-81 

Albert King 

1981-82 

Dutch Morley 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch 

1983-84 

Jeff Adkins 

1984-85 

Charles Driesell 

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 Wiliams 

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 

Coaches' Award 

1989-90 

Jerrod Mustaf 

1990-91 

Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 

Garfield Smith 

1992-93 

Kurtis Schultz 

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 Bais 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 

Derrick Lewis 



1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

Buck Williams 
Rebounding Award 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 

Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 

Evers Burns 

1992-93 

Evers Burns 

1993-94 

Joe Smith 

Buck Wi]Jiams/Len Elmore 
Rebounding Award 

1994-95 
Joe Smith 

Bud Mifiikan Defensive 
Player of the Year 

1990-91 

Vince Broadnax 

Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 

Vince Broadnax 

1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 

Johnny Rhodes 

1994-95 

Exree Hipp 

Joe Smith 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 

Vince Broadnax 

1990-91 

Vince Broadnax 



1991-92 
Chris Kerwin 
1992-93 

Mike Thibeault 
1993-94 
Keith Booth 
1994-95 
Matt Raydo 

Outstanding Free Throw 
Shooter 

1989-90 

Walt Williams 

1990-91 

Walt Williams 

1991-92 

Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 

Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 

Duane Simpkins 

Most Assists Award 

1989-90 

Walt Williams 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 

Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 

Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 

Duane Simpkins 



Senior Award 
1990-91 
Cedric Lewis 
1991-92 
Matt Downing 
1992-93 
Chris Kerwin 
1994-95 
Wayne Bristol 
Donny Judd 
Kurtis Shultz 

Chevrolet Scholarship 
MVP Awards 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch vs. Houston 

Ben Coleman vs. Notre 

Dame 

1983-84 

Jeff Adkins vs. Boston 

College 

Herman Veal vs. Boston 

College 

Keith Gatlin vs. North 

Carolina 

Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 

1989-90 

Jesse Martin vs. Duke 

1993-94 

Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 

Joe Smith vs. 

Massauchsetts 

Keith Booth vs. Michigan 

1994-95 

Exree Hipp vs. Gonzaga 

Joe Smith vs. Texas 

Johnny Rhodes 

vs. Connecticut 




John Lucas (15) is the only player in Maryland basketball history to be a first team 
All-ACC selection in three consecutive years (1974-76). 



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OUTSTANDING TERPS 



LOUIS BOSEY 
BERGER 




6-2, Forward 
Fort Meyer, Virginia 
Played: 1929-32 
Ail-American: 1931 & 32 



ON BERGER: 
Considered to be one of 
the greatest athletes in 
the history of Maryland 
athletics... A two-time 
All-American selec- 
tion... His selection is 
considered a great feat 
because Maryland was 
an agricultural school at 
the time and not consid- 
ered among the athletic 
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 over the 
nine game conference 
season... Also played 
baseball and signed a 
professional contract 
with the Cleveland 
Indians upon gradua- 
tion... Played in the 
major leagues for six 
years, with Cleveland, 
Chicago and 
Boston... Left baseball 
with a .236 lifetime 
average. 



LEN BIAS 




6-8, Forward 
Landover, Maryland 

Played: 1982-86 

All-American: 1986 




LEN BIAS' CAREER STATISTICS 



ON BIAS: Unanimous 
choice on almost every 
All-America squad fol- 
lowing his senior sea- 
son... He was a third 
team All- America selec- 
tion in 1985, as a 
junior... Only Terp ever 
to be named the ACC 
Player of the Year twice 
(in 1985 and 
1986)...Biasisthe 
Terps' all time leading 
scorer with 2,146 career 
points... He holds two of 
the school's top four 
smgle season 
marks... Led the ACC in 
scoring two straight 
years... His best smgle 
game scoring perfor- 
mance, 41 pomts at 
Duke in 1986, ranks as 
the second best single 
game performance in 
school history and is 
the top performance by 
a Terp in a road 
game... Is No. 8 on the 
Maryland career 
rebounding list with 
745 total rebounds... Is 
No. 7 on the school's 
career shot blocked 
list... He was the No. 2 
pick overall in the 1986 
National Basketball 
Association college 
draft, taken by the 
Boston Celtics. 



YEAR 

1982-83 

1983-84 

1984-85 

1985-86 

TOTALS 



GP 

30 
32 
37 
32 
131 



FGM-FGA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-A 



86-180 

211-372 

274-519 

267-491 

838-1,562 



.478 
.567 
.528 
.544 
.536 



42-66 

66-86 

153-197 

209-242 

470-591 



.636 
.767 
.777 
.864 
.795 



22 
48 

65 
33 
168 



16 
24 
33 
14 
87 



10 
13 
34 
27 
84 



55-1 

81-3 

106-2 

90-2 

332-8 



135-4.5 
145-4.5 
251-6.8 
224-7.0 
755-5.8 



217-7.2 

488-15.3 

701-18.9 

743-23.2 

2149-16.4 



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LEN ELMORE 




top 12 single game 
rebounding marks in 
school history and two 
of the top five season 
totals. ..His 412 
rebounds during the 
1973-74 season is the 
school record... Was a 
three-time member of 
the All-ACC team... Was 
Maryland's Most 
Valuable Player in 1972- 
73 and its Outstanding 
Senior in 1973-74... Was 
drafted in the first 
round of the 1974 NBA 
draft by the Washington 
Bullets, but chose to 



6-9, Center 
Springfield Gardens, 
New York 
Played: 1971-74 
Ail-American: 1974 

ON ELMORE: The 
greatest rebounder in 
Maryland history and 
one of the nation's best 
ever... His rebounding 
prowess earned him a 
spot on most 1974 All- 
America squads along 
with offensive minded 
teammates Tom 
McMillen and John 
Lucas... Is the only play- 
er in Maryland history 
with more than 1,000 
career rebounds 
(1,053). ..His 1973-74 
season average of 14.7 
rebounds a game is the 
school's single season 
record... His career 
rebounding average of 
12.2 rebounds a game is 
also the Maryland 
record in that catego- 
ry... He owns six of the 



LEN ELMORE'S CAREER STATISTICS 



sign with the Indiana 
Pacers of the American 
Basketball 

Association... Spent 10 
seasons in the NBA and 
ABA with the Pacers, 
Milwaukee Bucks, New 
Jersey Nets and New 
York Knicks... Upon 
leaving professional 
basketball, he enrolled 
in Harvard Law school 
and graduated in 
1987... He is the first 
former professional 
player to graduate from 
the prestigious Law 
School. 



ALBERT KING 




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




YEAR 

1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
TOTALS 



GP 

32 
26 
28 
86 



FGM-FGA .PCT 

126-273 .462 
112-239 .469 
170-324 .525 
408-836 .488 



FTM-FTA .PCT 

95-126 .754 

37-61 .607 

69-91 .758 

201-278 .723 



AST 

37 

35 

48 

120 



BLK STL 



PF-DQ 

83-3 
53-5 
74-0 
210-8 



ALRERT KING'S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 



GP FGM-FGA .PCT 



FTM-FTA .PCT 



1977-78 28 164-327 .502 

1978-79 28 191-387 .494 

1979-80 31 275-497 .553 

1980-81 28 233-456 .511 

TOTALS 115 863-1667 .518 



53-82 

62-81 

124-151 

91-117 

330-431 



.646 
.765 
.821 
.778 
.766 



AST BLK STL PF-DQ 

64 11 21 73-3 

62 10 30 62-2 

86 18 42 86-1 

92 11 26 93-3 



304 50 



119 314-9 



REBS-AVG PTS-A 

351-11.0 347-10.8 

290-11.2 261-10.0 

412-14.7 409-14.6 

1053-12.2 1017-11.8 



REBS-AVG PTS-A 

187-6.7 381-13.6 

144-3.5 444-15.9 

107-6.3 674-21.7 

177-5.7 559-20.0 

615-5.3 2058-17.9 



ON KING: One of the 
most prolific scorers in 
school history, King is 
one of only a handful of 
players to average in 
double figures during 
each of his four sea- 
sons... He ranks as the 
No. 2 all-time Maryland 
scorer with 2,058 career 
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 sixth best in 
school history... His 38 
points in an ACC 
Tournament Game is 
tied for the eighth best 
individual game perfor- 
mance in Maryland his- 
tory... Shared the 1980- 
81 team Most Valuable 
Player Award with Buck 
Williams after winning 
the award outright in 
1979-80...WastheACC 
Player of the Year in 
1979-80 and a first team 
All-ACC selection 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 
as a high school 
senior... Picked in the 
first round - the 12th 
selection overall of the 
1981 NBA college draft 
by the New Jersey 
Nets... His brother, 
Bernard, is also a for- 
mer NBA star and 
league scoring champi- 
on... Bernard closed his 
career following the 
1992-93 season as a 
member of the New 
Jersey Nets. 



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JOHN LUCAS 




6-4, Guard 

Durham, North Carolina 

Played: 1972-76 

All- American: 1975 & 76 

ON LUCAS: A two-time 
Ail-American selection 
who is considered by 
many as the greatest 
guard in the history of 
the Terps program.. A 
two-time All- American 
and three time first team 
All-ACC selection-the 
only Maryland player to 
earn such conference 
honors three times dur- 
ing his career... The No. 4 
all-time Maryland scorer 
with 2,015 points... His 
564 points is the 13th 
best scoring season in 
school history... He is No. 
2 on the school's all-time 
assists list... During 
Lucas' career as 
Maryland's point guard, 
the Terps enjoyed their 
best seasons in terms of 
national finishes. . .The 
Terps finished ranked No. 
8 (1973), No. 4 (1974), and 
No. 5 (1975) in the final 
Associated Press polls 
with Lucas at the point. . . 
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 play... Was the 
No. 1 selection in the 
1976 NBA coUege draft... 
Currently the head coach 
of the NBAs Philadelphia 
76'ers. 




M TOMMCMILLEN 



JOHN LUCAS CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 



GP 

30 
28 
24 
28 



FGM-FGA PCT 

190-353 .538 
253-495 .511 
186-359 .518 
233-456 .511 



FTM-FTA 

45-64 

58-77 

97-116 

91-117 



PCT 

703 
753 
836 
778 



TOTALS 110 862-1663 .518 



291-374 .778 



TOM MCM1LLEN S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
TOTALS 



GP 

32 
29 
27 
88 



FGM-FGA .PCT 
235-428 .549 
250-427 .585 
214-404 .530 
699-1259 .555 



FTM-FTA .PCT 

197-241 .817 

116-145 .800 

96-126 .762 

409-512 .799 




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

ON MCMILLEN: A 
team leader both on 
and off the 

court... Averaged 20.5 
points and 9.8 rebounds 
during his three-year 
career... Was selected as 
a three-time academic 
All-American... One of 
only four Terps to aver- 
age more than 20 points 
per game in successive 
seasons and one of only 
two players in school 
history with a career 
scoring average above 
20 points per game... He 
owns two of the top 10 



AST BLK STL 

178 — 

159 — 

91 — — 

86 — 

514 — — 



AST 

33 

28 

41 

102 



BLK STL 



single season scoring 
marks and four times in 
his career he scored 
more than 30 points... Is 
the No. 5 career scorer 
in school history among 
players who were only 
eligible for three years 
(freshmen were not eli- 
gible for the varsity dur- 
ing McMillen's career... 
Led Maryland to the 
1972 National Invita- 
tional Tournament 
Championship, earning 
Most Valuable Player 
honors for the tourna- 
ment... Played for the 
United States in the 
1972 Olympic Games, 
where the U.S. earned a 
silver medal in the con- 
troversial game with 
the Soviets... Played in 
the NBA for 11 seasons 
with Buffalo, Atlanta, 
New York and 
Washington. . .Put his 
professional basketball 
on hold one year direct- 
ly out of college in order 
to fulfill his Rhodes 
Scholarship obligations 
by studying for a year 
at Oxford... Was elected 
to the U.S. Congress 
from Maryland's 4th 
District in 1986. 



PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


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 


276-6 


374-3.4 


2015-18.3 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


67-3 


306-9.6 


667-20.8 


76-3 


284-9.8 


616-21.2 


69-1 


269-10.0 


524-19.4 


212-7 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 



97 



AlhA-rrwhcdAts 




GENE SHUE 




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

ON SHUE: Was the 
Terps' first high profile 
basketball star... Earned 
Converse and Helms 
foundation All- America 
honors as a senior, 
when he averaged 21.8 
points a game... Is tied 
for the third best single 
season scoring total in 
school history, hitting 
for 41 points against 
Washington & Lee dur- 
ing the 1953 season... 



Was selected as the 
Most Valuable Player of 
the 1953 Southern 
Conference Tournament 
...Was the school record 
holder in career scoring 
until 1974 when fellow 
All- American Tom 
McMillen overtook 
him... Holds the 10th 
highest career scoring 
total in school histo- 
ry... Enjoyed a success- 
ful career as a head 
coach in the NBA with 
the Washington Bullets, 
Philadelphia 76ers and 
Los Angeles 
Clippers... He is now the 
general manager of the 
76ers. 



CHARLES 

"BUCK" 

WILLIAMS 




6-8, Center/Forward 
Rocky Mount, North 
Carolina 
Played: 1978-81 
All-American: 1981 

ON WILLIAMS: An out- 
standing scorer and 
extraordinary rebound- 
er, Williams earned All- 
America honors follow- 
ing his junior season... 
Entered the NBA fol- 
lowing his junior sea- 
son... Averaged 15.6 
points and 11.7 re- 
bounds a game as a 
junior... He is the No. 3 
rebounder in Maryland 
history with 928 career 
rebounds, third only to 
fellow All-American Len 
Elmore and Derrick 
Lewis... His career aver- 
age of 10.9 rebounds a 
game is second best in 
school history... He was 
an equally strong shoot- 
er, averaging in double 
figures in scoring each 



GENE SHUE S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
TOTALS 



GP 

21 
23 
30 
74 



FGM-FGA .PCT 



FTM-FTA .PCT 



176-375 
237-469 



.469 
.505 



156-223 
180-228 



.670 
.789 



RUCK WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
TOTALS 



GP 

30 
24 
31 
85 



FGM-FGA .PCT 

120-206 .583 
143-236 .606 
183-283 .647 
446-725 .615 



FTM-FTA 

60-109 

85-128 

116-182 

261-419 



PCT 

550 
664 
637 
623 



of his three seasons and 
registering the school's 
best ever career field 
goal shooting percent- 
age... His 61.5 percent 
mark is the school 
record... Led the ACC in 
rebounding as a fresh- 
man in 1978-79, was 
third in 1979-80 and 
second during the 1980- 
81 season... Was a mem- 
ber of the 1980 U.S. 



Olympic team that did 
not compete in the 
Moscow Olympic 
Games... Applied for a 
hardship waiver into 
the NBA college draft m 
1981 and was selected 
as the No. 3 player 
overall by the New 
Jersey Nets... He is cur- 
rently a member of the 
Portland Trailblazers. 




AST BLK STL PF-DQ 



REBS-AVG 



AST 

18 
27 
31 
76 



BLK 

25 
17 
29 
71 



STL 

29 
32 
29 
90 



PF-DQ 

77-2 
87-4 
94-4 
258-10 



REBS-AVG 

323-10.8 
242-10.1 
323-11.7 
888-10.4 



PTS-A 

224-10.7 
508-22.1 
654-21.8 
1386-18.7 



PTS-A 

300-10.0 

371-15.5 

482-15.5 

1153-13.6 



98 



All-fi-rnuhcoAiS 



WALT 
WILLIAMS 




69). ..Earned consider- 
able mention was a 
nation's best seven 
game streak of 30- 
points or more... Was a 
finalist for the Wooden 
and Naismith Player of 
the Year Awards as a 
senior... Currently ranks 
as the school's No. 6 all- 
time scorer with 1,704 
points... His 16.2 points 
per game average is the 
eighth best average in 
school history... Totaled 
11 games with 30 or 
more points during his 
senior season and 14 
such games during his 
career - the most of any 
Terp player in histo- 
ry... Scored a career 
high of 39 points versus 
Wake Forest which is 
the seventh best single 
game total in school 
history. . .Represented 
the U.S. as a member of 
the U.S. National Team 
that competed in the 
Pan American Games 
prior to his senior sea- 
son... The Americans 
won the bronze medal 
in the tournament 
which was played in 
Havana, Cuba... Was 
drafted by the Sacra- 
mento Kings in the first 
round of the NBA col- 
lege draft, the seventh 
pick overall, following 
his senior season. 



6-8, Guard, Forward 
Temple Hills, Maryland 
Played: 1988-1992 
Ail-American: 1992 

ON WILLIAMS: One of 
the most prolific scorers 
and most versatile play- 
ers in the history of the 
program... Played for the 
Terps for four seasons 
despite the opportunity 
to turn professional 
early or transfer to 
another school because 
of the Terps' NCAA 
sanctions, and his loyal- 
ty to Maryland was one 
of the key reasons why 
Maryland was able to 
field competitive teams 
during that period... As 
a senior, he broke the 
school record for points 
in a season as he scored 
776 (the old mark of 743 
points was held by Len 
Bias in 1985-86). ..Also 
broke the school record 
for scoring average with 
a 26.8 points per game 
mark (the old mark of 
23.3 was held by Will 
Hetzel in 1968- 



WALT WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAH GP FGM-FGA .PCT 3PM-3PA.PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-A 




1988-89 26 

1989-90 33 

1990-91 17 

1991-92 29 

TOTALS 105 



75-170 

143-296 

109-243 

256-542 

583-1251 



.441 
.483 
.449 
.472 
.466 



7-27 

30-67 

28-95 

89-240 

154-429 



.259 
.448 
.295 
.371 
.359 



33-53 .623 

104-134 .776 

72-86 .837 

175-231 .758 

384-504 .762 



66 13 

149 34 

91 6 

104 28 



33 
57 
25 
60 



410 81 175 



76-7 


92-3.5 


190-7.3 


115-7 


138-4.2 


420-12.7 


51-2 


86-5.1 


318-18.7 


98-6 


162-5.6 


776-26.8 


340-22 


478-4.6 


1704-16.2 



I0E SMITH 


f.,4 


HB01 



6-10, Forward, Center 
Norfolk, Va. 
Played: 1994-95 
All- American: 1994 
(HM); 1995 (Consensus) 

ON SMITH: The con- 
sensus selection as the 
1995 National Colle- 
giate Player of the 
Year... Selected as the 
Naismith National 
Player of the Year by 
the Atlanta Tip-Off 
Club, the oldest and 
most coveted individual 
award in college bas- 
ketball... Also named 
the Associated Press 
Player of the Year and 
presented with the 
Adolph Rupp Award... 
Also named the Colle- 
giate Player of the Year 
by the United Press 
International, 
Basketball America 
Magazine, Eastern 
Basketball Magazine, 
College Sports 
Magazine and the 
Eastern Collegiate 
Athletic Conference... 
Smith's six National 
Player of the Year selec- 
tions earned him the 
most of any other play- 
er, thus making him the 
consensus selection as 
the top collegiate player 
of 1995... Was named 
the Atlantic Coast 
Conference Player of 
the Year and was a 1st 
team All-ACC selec- 



99 



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tion...He became one of 
only three sophomores 
in the history of the 
conference to earn play- 
er of the year honors, 
joining only N.C. State's 
David Thompson and 
Virginia's Ralph 
Sampson... Is one of 
only two players in con- 
ference history to be a 
1st team All-ACC selec- 
tion in both his fresh- 
man and sophomore 
seasons, joining 
Georgia Tech's Kenny 
Anderson... A consen- 
sus 1st team Ail- 
American, named on 
every 1st Team All- 
American list following 
his extraordinarily pro- 
ductive sophomore sea- 
son... Led the ACC in 
scoring as a sophomore 
with a 20.9 points per 
game average, was sec- 
ond in the conference 
with a 10.7 rebounds 
per game average and 



was second in the ACC 
with a 2.9 blocks per 
game average... Ranked 
among the top five in 
an incredible six statis- 
tical categories during 
his sophomore sea- 
son... Became only the 
sixth player in school 
history to score 40 or 
more points in a single 
game as he scored 40 
points to lift Maryland 
past Duke, 94-92, on 
March 1, 1995... He 
scored 30 or more 
points in a single game 
seven times during his 
two-year career - the 
second most ever by a 
Maryland player... 
Averaged 20.1 points 
and 10.7 rebounds for 
his 64 game career - he 



is one of only five play- 
ers in school history to 
average a double/dou- 
ble for his entire 
career... He became only 
the first sophomore in 
school history to score 
1,000 career points and 
became only the second 
sophomore in school 
history to grab 500 
rebounds... Led the 
Terps in rebounding 
during both his fresh- 
man and sophomore 
seasons... His 363 total 
rebounds as a sopho- 
more was the third best 
single season total in 
school history... Twice 
as a sophomore, he 
grabbed a career high 
21 rebounds - versus 
Virginia on February 1, 
1995 and versus Texas 
in the year's NCAA 
Tournament... Only the 
second player in school 
history to average in 
double figures in 
rebounds during both 
his freshman and 
sophomore years... One 
of only six ACC players 
in the history of the 
conference to have 
averaged at least 20 
points and at least 10 
rebounds for his entire 
career... Joins Art 
Heyman of Duke, Billy 
Cunningham and Len 
Rosenbluth of North 
Carolina, Wallace Grady 
of South Carolina and 
Len Chappell of Wake 
Forest in that category 
...The no. 1 overall 
selection in the 1995 
NBA draft by the 
Golden State Warriors. 




JOE SMITH'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAE GP FGM-FGA .PCT 3PM-3PA .PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-A 

1993-94 30 206-395 .522 2-5 .400 168-229 .734 25 93 42 104-7 321-10.7 582-19.4 

1994-95 34 245-424 .578 9-21 .429 209-282 .741 40 97 51 87-3 362-10.6 708-20.8 

TOTALS 64 451-819 .551 11-26 .423 377-511 .738 65 190 93 191-10 683-10.7 1290-20.2 



100 



NBA-lerpg 



TERPS ALL-TIME NBA ROSTER 

(career points-rebounds-assists entering the 1995-96 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, 1993 (56-30-9). 

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- 

1,739-4,709). 

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) 

Maurice 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, LA. Clippers, 

1994-95; Toronto Raptors, 1995- 

96 (852-538-71). 

Tom McMillen 

Buffalo Braves, 1976-77; New 

York Knicks, 1977; Atlanta 



Hawks, 1978-83; Washington 

Bullets, 1984-85 (5,914-2,913-786). 

Jerrod Mustaf 

New York Knicks. 1991; Phoenix 

Suns, 1992-1994 (574-369-89) 

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- 

Present (14,066-10,521-1,372) 

Walt Williams 

Sacramento Kings, 1992-Present 

(2,898-845-626) 




TERPS IN PROFESSIONAL COACHING 



MARYLAND'S NBA DRAFT HISTORY 



GENE SHUE '54 



Year 


Team 


League 


Record 


Postseason 


1866-67 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


16-40 




1967-68 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


36-46 




1968-69 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


57-25 


Eastern Division Semifinals 


1969-70 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


50-32 


Eastern Division Semifinals 


1970-71 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


42-40 


NBA Finals 


1971-72 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


38-44 


Eastern Conference Semifinals 


1972-73 


Baltimore Bullets 


NBA 


52-30 


Eastern Conference Semifinals 


1973-74 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


25-57 




1974-75 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


34-48 




1975-76 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


46-36 




1976-77 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


50-32 




1977-78 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


2-4 




1978-79 


San Diego Clippers 


NBA 


43-39 




1979-80 


San Diego Clippers 


NBA 


35-47 




1981-82 


Washington Bullets 


NBA 


39-43 


Eastern Conference Semifinals 


1982-83 


Washington Bullets 


NBA 


42-40 




1983-84 


Washington Bullets 


NBA 


35-47 


Eastern Conference First Round 


1984-85 


Washington Bullets 


NBA 


40-42 


Eastern Conference First Round 


1985-86 


Washington Bullets 


NBA 


32-37 


Eastern Conference First Round 


1987-88 


Los Angeles Clippers 


NBA 


17-65 




198-89 


Los Angeles Cuppers 


NBA 


10-28 




BULLETS TOTALS 522 505 


.510 






76'ERS TOTALS 157 177 


.470 






CLIPPERS TOTALS 105 179 


.348 






NBA TOTALS 784 861 


.477 






NBA COACH OF THE YEAR 1969, 


1982 






JOHN LUCAS '76 








Year 


Team 


League 


Record 


Postseason 


1992 


Miami Tropics 


USBL 


24-4 


USBL Champions 


1993 


Miami Tropics 


USBL 


14-5 


USBL Champions 


1992-93 


San Antonio Spurs 


NBA 


39-22 


Western Conf. Semifinals 


1993-94 


San Antonio Spurs 


NBA 


55-27 


Western Conf. First Round 


1994-95 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


24-58 





NBA TOTALS 
OVERALL TOTALS 



118 
156 



107 
116 



.524 
.574 



(Listed by year, player, round (team) 

1954 

Gene Shue-lst #3 overall (Phila.) 

1956 

Bob Kessler-2nd (Fort Wayne) 

1958 

John Nacincik-3rd (Syracuse) 

Nick Davis- 11th (Philadelphia) 

1960 

Al Bunge-lst. #7 overall (Phila.) 

Charlie McNeil-6th (New York) 

Jerry Bechtle-15th (New York) 

1961 

Bob McDonald-6th (St. Louis) 

Charlie McNeil -7th (Phila.) 

1963 

Jerry Greenspan-3rd (Syracuse) 

1966 

Gary Ward- 6th (Boston) 

1967 

Jay McMillen- 9th (L.A. Lakers) 

Joe Harrington -11th (Boston) 

1970 

Will Hetzel -9th (Baltimore) 

1971 

Barry Yates-8th (Philadelphia) 

1973 

Jim 0'Bnen-3rd (Portland) 

Bob Bodell- 10th (Seattle) 

Howard White - 14th (Washington) 

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) 



Maurice Howard- 2nd (Cleveland) 

1977 

Brad Davis-lst, #15 overall (L.A. 

Lakers) 
1978 

Lawrence Boston-4th (Washington) 
1979 

Larry Gibson- 3rd (Milwaukee) 
1981 
Buck Williams- 1st, #3 overall 

(New Jersey) 
Albert King-lst, #10 overall 

(New Jersey) 
Ernest Graham-3rd (Phila.l 
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 Adkins-7th (Chicago) 
1986 

Len Bias- 1st, *2 overall (Boston 
1988 

Derrick Lewis-3rd (Chicago) 
1990 
Jerrod Mustaf- 1st. "<17 overall 

(New York Knicks) 
Tony Massenburg- 2nd (San 

Antonio) 
1992 
Walt Williams- 1st. «7 overall 

(Sacramento) 
1993 

Evers Burns- 2nd (Sacramento) 
1995 
Joe Smith- 1st, "1 overall 

(Golden State) 



101 



MartAt/MvL Twofiws 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



Scoring 

Game 



1. 44 by Ernest Graham vs N.C. State (12-20-78) 

2. 43 by Al Bunge vs. Yale (1-60) 
T3. 41 by Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

by Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 

T5. 40 by Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-95) 

by Gene Shue vs Wake Forest (SC Tourn, 1954) 

7. 39 by Walt Williams vs Wake Forest (1-22-92)* 

T8. 38 by Walt Williams vs Clemson (ACC Tourn, 
3-12-92) 

by Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92)* 
by Albert King vs Clemson (ACC Tourn, 
2-29-80) 

by Jim O'Brien vs North Carolina (1-27-73) 
by Howard White vs South Carolina (12-16-70) 

13. 36 by Evers Burns vs Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

T14. 35 by Exree Hipp vs Towson State (12-23-93) 
by Jerrod Mustaf vs Duke (2-10-90) 
by Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 
by Tom McMillen at George Wash (12-4-71) 

T18. 34 by Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 

by Tony Masseburg vs Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
by John Lucas vs N.C. State (1-28-76) 
by John Lucas vs Wake Forest (1-10-76) 
by Gary Ward vs. Wake Forest (2-7-66) 

T23. 33 by Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 
by Joe Smith vs. Utah (11-22-94) 
by Joe Smith vs. Rider (11-30-93) 
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 (1-20-73) 
by Tom McMillen vs Canisus (12-17-71) 
by Howard White vs Georgetown (12-14-70) 

T33. 32 by Kevin McLinton vs Florida State (2-13-93) 
by Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92)* 
by Rudy Archer vs Mt. 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 vs Georgetown (12-13-71) 
by Barry Yates vs Miami (FL) (12-29-70) 

T40. 31 by Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-94) 

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 (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) 

T48. 30 by Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 
by Joe Smith at Oklahoma (12-7-93) 
by Walt Williams vs Florida State (1-18-92)* 
by Walt Williams vs N.C. State (1-11-92)* 
by Walt Williams vs Rutgers (12-27-90) 
by Walt Williams vs Boston College (12-3-90) 
by Jerrod Mustaf vs Delaware State (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 the 1991-92 season. 



Season 



1. 


776 


2. 


743 


3. 


708 


4. 


701 


5. 


674 


6. 


671 


7. 


667 


8. 


654 


9. 


616 


10. 


609 


11. 


605 


12. 


582 


13. 


564 


14. 


559 


T15. 


557 


17. 


541 


18. 


524 


19. 


518 


20. 


512 


21. 


510 


Career 


i. 


2,149 


2. 


2,058 


3. 


2,017 


4. 


2,015 


5. 


1,807 


6. 


1,704 


7. 


1,607 


8. 


1,561 


9. 


1,458 


10. 


1,397 


11. 


1,370 


12. 


1,354 


13. 


1,315 


14. 


1,300 


15. 


1,290 


16. 


1,266 


17. 


1,244 


18. 


1,241 


19. 


1,235 


20. 


1,219 


21. 


1,198 


22. 


1,174 


23. 


1,064 


24. 


1,161 


25. 


1,153 


26. 


1,094 


27. 


1,087 


28. 


1,026 


29. 


1,017 


30. 


1,016 


31. 


1,007 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Gene Shue (1953-54) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
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 Burns (1992-93) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 



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 (1984-88) 

by Gene Shue (1951-54) 

by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

by Evers Burns (1989-93) 

by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 

by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

by Lee Brawley (1949-52) 

by Johnny Rhodes (1992-Present) 

by Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 

by Steve Sheppard (1974-76) 

by Larry Gibson (1975-79) 

by Exree Hipp (1992-Present) 

by Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 

by Maurice 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 Lee Brawley (1949-52) 

by Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 



SCORING AVERAGE 



Season 



1. 


26.8 


2. 


23.3 


3. 


23.2 


4. 


22.1 


5. 


21.8 


6. 


21.7 


7. 


21.2 


T8. 


20.8 




20.8 


10. 


20.4 


11. 


20.3 


12. 


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 Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-73) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 



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1. 


20.5 


2. 


20.2 


3. 


18.7 


4. 


18.3 


5. 


18.0 


6. 


17.4 


7. 


16.6 


8. 


16.2 



by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Gene Shue (1951-54) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-90) 
by Walt Williams (1988-92) 



REBOUNDS 



4 23 
T5. 22 



T9. 21 



Game 

1. 26 by 
T2. 24 by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
T14 20 by 
by 
by 
by 

Season 

I. 412 by 
363 by 
362 by 
351 by 
336 by 
323 by 

T7. 321 by 
by 
318 by 
10. 314 by 

II. 306 by 

Career 

i. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



9. 



Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 

Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 

Will Hetzel vs. West Virginia (12-4-68) 

Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 

Buck Williams at UNLV (12-4-78) 

Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (1958) 

Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (1956) 

Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 

Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 

Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (2-13-74) 

Len Elmore vs. Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 

Joe Smith vs. Florida State (1-11-94) 

Tony Massenburg at Georgia Tech (2-13-90) 

Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

Len Elmore vs. Richnomd (1-2-74) 



Len Elmore (1973-74) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Buck Williams (1978-79) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 



Len Elmore (1971-74) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
Buck Williams (1978-81) 
Larry Gibson (1975-80) 
Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
Al Bunge (1957-60) 
Len Bias (1982-86) 
Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
10. 715 by Albert King (1977-81) 



1,053 by] 

948 by ] 

928 by 1 

895 by I 

859 by ' 

849 by ] 

795 by , 

745 by I 

722 by ' 



REBOUNDING AVERAGE 



Season 

1. 14.7 by 

14.0 by 

12.6 by 
12.2 by 

11.7 by 
11.2 by 

11.1 by 
11.0 by 

10.8 by 
T10. 10.7 by 

by 
by 



Len Elmore (1973-74) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Al Bunge (1959-60) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Len Elmore (1972-73) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 
Buck Williams (1978-79) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Bob McDonald (1960-61) 



Career 

1. 12.2 by Len Elmore (1971-74) 
T2. 10.9 by Buck Williams (1978-81) 



by Bob Kessler (1953-54) 

4. 10.7 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

5. 10.6 by Al Bunge (1957-60) 



ASSISTS 



Game 

1. 13 
T2. 12 



by Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 
by Kevin McLinton vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 
by Keith Gatlin vs. Navy (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. Canisus (12-17-71) 



Keith Gatlm (6.0apg; 1984-85) 
Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 
John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 
Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 1992-93) 
Rudy Archer (5.5apg; 1987-88) 
Brad Davis (5.9apg; 1975-76) 
Duane Simpkins (4.8 apg; 1994-95) 
John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1973-74) 
Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg. 1991-92) 
Walt Williams (4.5 apg, 1989-90) 
Keith Gatlm (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 



Season 

1. 221 by 

2. 204 by 
178 by 
175 by 
172 by 
165 by 
162 by 

8. 159 by 

9. 154 by 

10. 149 by 

11. 148 by 

Career 

1. 649 by Keith Gatlin (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 

2. 514 by John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1972-76) 

3. 469 by Kevin McLinton (5.2 apg; 1989-93) 

4. 460 by Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 

5. 431 by Brad Davis (5.1 apg; 1974-77) 

6. 410 by Walt Williams (3.9 agp, 1988-92) 

7. 365 by Duane Simpkins (4.0 apg, 1992-Present) 

8. 360 by Jeff Adkins (2.8 apg, 1981-85) 

9. 339 by Johnny Rhodes (3.7 apg, 1992-Present) 

10. 346 by Emest Graham (2.9 apg, 1977-81) 

11. 304 by Albert King (2.6 apg; 1977-81) 

12. 294 by Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg, 1987-90) 



STEALS 



Game 

Tl. 7 
T3. 6 



by Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-11-89) 
by Walt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-23-91) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-26-94) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Duke (1-29-94) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Hofstra (12-29-93) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Rider (11-30-94) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
by Vince Broadnax at Clemson (2-6-91) 
by Albert King at Clemson (1-17-81) 
by Albert King vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
by Emest Graham vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
by Dutch Morley vs. Perm State (12-3-79) 
by John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 



Season 



1. 


85 


by 


2. 


78 


by 


3. 


71 


by 


4 


64 


bv 


5. 


60 


by 


6. 


57 


bv 


7. 


51 


by 


T8. 


47 


by 




47 


by 


T10 


46 


bv 




46 


by 


Til 


45 


by 
by 



Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg, 1994-95) 
Johnny Rhodes (2.6 spg, 1993-94) 
Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg, 1992-93) 

Dutch Morley (2.1 spg, 1979-80) 
Walt Williams (2.1 spg, 1991-92) 
Walt Williams (1.7 apg, 1989-90) 
Joe Smith (1.5 spg, 1994-95) 
Evers Burns (1.7 spg, 1992-93) 
Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg.m 1991-92) 
Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg, 1992-93) 
Greg Nared (1.6 spg, 1988-89) 
Derrick Lewis (1.5 spg, 1987-88) 
Adrian Branch (1.2 spg, 1984-85) 



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Career 

1. 234 by Johnny Rhodes (2.54 spg, 1992-Present) 

2. 175 by Walt Williams (1.7 spg; 1988-92) 

3. 170 by Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1978-82) 

4. 137 by Derrick Lewis (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 

5. 136 by Kevin McLinton ( 1.5 spg; 1989-93) 

6. 123 by Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

7 119 by Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

8 114 by Evers Bums (1.0 spg, 1989-1993) 
T9. 110 byJeffAdkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 

by Adrian Branch (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 



BLOCKS 



Game 

Tl. 12 

T3. 10 
T7. 8 



Til. 7 



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 Cedric Lewis, 3 Times 

last time vs Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

by Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 

by Joe Smith vs. Loyola (11-29-94) 

by Joe Smith vs. Virgina (2-1-95) 

by Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 

by Cedric Lewis, 2 Times 

last time vs. Georgia Tech (2-1-91) 

by Derrick Lewis, 4 Times 

last time vs. Virginia (3-1-86) 

by Tony Massenburg vs. UMES (12-1-88) 

by Larry Gibson vs. Syracuse (12-24-76) 

by Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 



Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1990-91) 
Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1986-87) 
Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 
Joe Smith (2.9 bpg, 1994-95) 
Joe Smith (3.1 bpg, 1993-94) 
Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 
Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg, 1976-77) 
Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg; 1978-79) 
Larry Gibson (2.0 bpg; 1977-78) 
Derrick Lewis (1.8 bpg; 1987-88) 
Cedric Lewis (1.5 bpg; 1989-90) 

Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg, 1984-88) 
Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) 
Joe Smith (3.0 bpg, 1994-1995) 
Larry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1975-79) 
Tony Masseburg (0.9 bpg; 1985-90) 
Len Bias (0.7 bpg; 1982-86) 
Buck Williams (1.0 bpg; 1978-81) 
Walt Wlliams (0.8, 1988-92) 
Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Game (minimum 5 attempts) 

Tl. 1.000 (8-8) by Joe Smith vs. Clemson (1-25-95) 

(8-8) by Buck Wilhams vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 
(8-8) by Gary Williams vs. South Carolina (12-66) 
(8-8) by Greg Manning vs. Farleigh Dickenson 

(12-10-80) 
(8-8) by Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne (12-10-83) 
(8-8) by Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-84) 

Season (minimum 100 attempts) 



Season 


1. 


143 


by 


2. 


114 


by 


3. 


99 


by 


4. 


97 


by 


5. 


93 


by 


6. 


71 


by 


7. 


67 


by 


8. 


58 


by 


9. 


57 


by 


10. 


55 


by 


11. 


49 


by 


Career 


l. 


339 


by 


2. 


239 


by 


4. 


190 


by 


5. 


182 


by 


6. 


97 


by 


7. 


87 


by 


8. 


86 


by 


9. 


81 


by 


10. 


75 


by 



.647 
.643 
.611 
.608 
.606 



;i83-283) 
(196-305) 
(102-167) 
(194-319) 
(143-236) 



Career 

1. .615 (446-725) 

2. .583 (623-1068) 



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) 



by Buck Williams (1978-91) 
by Greg Manning (1977-81) 



3. .576 (438-760) by Lawrence Pittman (1975-78) 

4. .555 (699-1,259) by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

5. .551 (484-878) by Larry Gibson (1975-79) 

6. .550 (451-819) by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

7. .524 (524-1001) by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 

Game (minimum 10 attempts) 

Tl. 1.000 (14-14) by Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota 

(1961) 
(13-13) by Len Bias vs. North Carolina (2-20- 

86) 
(13-13) by Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina 

(1951) 
(12-12) by Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 
(12-12) by Tony Massenburg at Perm State 

(3-19-90) 
(12-12) by Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest 

(1961) 
(12-12) by Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina 

(1951) 
(12-12) by Bob Kessler vs. George Washington 

(1956) 
(11-11) by Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia 

(3-5-94) 
10. .929 (13-14) by Walt Wilhams vs. North Carolina 

(1-10-90) 

Season (minimum 50 attempts) 

1. .908 (79-87) by Greg Manning (1979-80) 

2. .864 (209-242) by Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. .863 (57-66) by Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 

4. .862 (50-58) by Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 

5. .857 (66-77) by Greg Manning (1978-79) 

Career 

1. .858 (315-367) by Greg Manning (1977-81) 

2. .809 (418-517) by Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 

3. .800 (224-280) by Duane Simpkins (1992-Present) 

4. .799 (409-512) by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

5. .795 (163-205) by Keith Gatlin (1983-88) 



FASTEST TO 1000 POINTS/500 REBOUND 



Total Players to reach 1000 Points/500 Rebounds: 



20 



Fastes 


t to reac 


1 100 Points/500 Rebounds: 




Joe Smith in 


52 games 


Most Recent to reach 1000 Points/500 Rebounds: 


Joe Smith, Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


Sophomores to Reach to 1000 Points/500 Rebounds: 


1 




Juniors to Reach 1000 Points/500 Rebounds 




5 




Seniors to Reach 1000 Points/500 Rebounds 




13 




Rank 


Game 


PlayerYear Reached 


Class 


Career Points/Rebounds 


1. 


52 


Joe Smith 


1995 


Sophomore 


1,290/683 


2. 


53 


Will Hetzel 


1969 


Senior 


1,370/689 


3. 


54 


Tom McMillen 


1973 


Junior 


1,807/859 


4. 


60 


Gary Ward 


1966 


Senior 


1,094/615 


5. 


64 


Steve Sheppard 


1976 


Senior 


1,219/582 


6. 


67 


Buck Williams 


1981 


Junior 


1,153/928 


7. 


70 


Jay McMillen 


1967 


Senior 


1,300/542 


8. 


82 


Lawrence Boston 


1978 


Senior 


1,007/629 


8. 


82 


Albert King 


1980 


Junior 


2,058/715 


10. 


84 


Len Elmore 


1974 


Senior 


1,017/1,053 


11. 


86 


Larry Gibson 


1979 


Senior 


1.087/895 


12. 


89 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


Junior 


1.241/527 


13. 


94 


Tony Massenburg 


1990 


Senior 


1,354/722 


14. 


95 


Evers Burns 


1993 


Senior 


1,315/634 


15. 


97 


Len Bias 


1985 


Senior 


2,149/745 


16. 


97 


Derrick Lewis 


1987 


Senior 


1.458/948 


17. 


106 


Ernest Graham 


1981 


Senior 


1,607/572 


18. 


113 


Adrian Branch 


1985 


Senior 


2,017/546 



Records are incomplete as to when Bob Kessler reached the 1,000 point/500 rebound milestone. It is 
known that he achieved mark during his senior season and was playing m approximately his 65th 
game. 



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FASTEST TO 1,000 POINT 

Total Players to reach 1,000 Points: 



30 



Fastest to Reach 1,000 Points: 




Tom McMillen in 48 Games 


Most Recent to Reach 1,000 Points: 




Joe Smith, Johnny Rhodes, 








Exree Hipp (1995) 




Sophomores to Reach to 1,000 Points: 




1 




Juniors to Reach 1,000 Points: 




11 




Seniors to Reach 1,000 Points: 




18 




Rank 


Game PlayerYear Reached 


Class 


Career Points 




1, 


48 Tom McMillen 


1973 


Junior 


1,807 


2. 


52 Joe Smith 


1995 


Sophomore 


1,290 


3. 


53 Will Hetzel 


1969 


Senior 


1,370 


4. 


56 Jay McMillen 


1966 


Senior 


1,300 


5. 


59 John Lucas 


1974 


Junior 


2,015 


6. 


60 Adrian Branch 


1983 


Junior 


2,017 


7. 


60 Gary Ward 


1966 


Senior 


1,094 


8. 


63 Jim O'Brien 


1973 


Senior 


1,235 


9. 


64 Albert King 


1980 


Junior 


2,058 


10. 


64 Steve Sheppard 


1976 


Senior 


1,219 


11. 


65 Bob Kessler 


1956 


Senior 


1,266 


12. 


67 Buck Williams 


1981 


Junior 


1,153 


13. 


74 Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


Junior 


1,241 


14. 


78 Len Bias 


1985 


Junior 


2,149 


15. 


79 Exree Hipp 


1995 


Junior 


1,174 


16. 


80 Walt Williams 


1991 


Senior 


1,704 


17. 


82 Lawrence Boston 


1978 


Senior 


1,007 


18. 


82 Brad Davis 


1977 


Junior 


1,026 


19. 


82 Greg Manning 


1980 


Junior 


1,561 


20. 


84 Len Elmore 


1974 


Senior 


1,053 


21. 


86 Larry Gibson 


1979 


Senior 


1,087 


22. 


89 Kevin McLinton 


1993 


Senior 


1,024 


23. 


94 Tony Massenburg 


1990 


Senior 


1,354 


24. 


95 Evers Burns 


1993 


Senior 


1,315 


25. 


97 Derrick Lewis 


1987 


Senior 


1,458 


26. 


103 Maurice Howard 


1976 


Senior 


1,161 


27. 


106 Ernest Graham 


1980 


Junior 


1,607 


28. 


118 Keith Gatlin 


1988 


Senior 


1,087 



Records are incomplete as to when Gene Shue and Lee Brawley reached the 1 ,000 point mark. Both 
players reached the mark during their respective senior years. 



FASTEST TO 500 REBOUND 

Total Players to reach 500 Rebounds: 25 



Fastes 


t to reach 500 Rebounds : 




Buck Williams 


in 44 games 


Most Recent to reach 500 Rebounds: 




Joe Smith, Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


Sophomores to Reach to 500 Rebounds: 




2 




Juniors to Reach 500 Rebounds: 




9 




Seniors to Reach 500 Rebounds: 




14 




Rank 


Game Player 


Year Reached 


Class 


Career Rebounds 


1. 


44 Buck Williams 


1980 


Sophomore 


928 


2. 


47 Len Elmore 


1973 


Junior 


1,053 


2. 


47 Larry Gibson 


1977 


Junior 


895 


4. 


50 Will Hetzel 


1969 


Junior 


689 


5. 


51 Al Bunge 


1959 


Junior 


795 


6. 


52 Joe Smith 


1995 


Sophomore 


683 


7. 


54 Tom McMillen 


1973 


Junior 


859 


8. 


55 Gary Ward 


1966 


Senior 


615 


9. 


58 Ben Coleman 


1984 


Senior 


511 


10. 


61 Jerry Greenspan 


1963 


Senior 


501 


11. 


64 Steve Sheppard 


1976 


Senior 


582 


12. 


66 Lawrence Boston 


1978 


Senior 


629 


13. 


70 Jay McMillen 


1967 


Senior 


542 


14. 


76 Derrick Lewis 


1987 


Junior 


948 


15. 


79 Tom Roy 


1975 


Senior 


586 


16. 


82 Albert King 


1980 


Junior 


715 


17. 


82 Herman Veal 


1984 


Senior 


636 


18. 


89 Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


Junior 


527 


19. 


90 Evers Burns 


1992 


Senior 


634 


20. 


93 Tony Massenburg 


1990 


Senior 


722 


21. 


97 Len Bias 


1985 


Junior 


745 


22. 


105 Ernest Graham 


1981 


Senior 


572 


23. 


113 Adrian Branch 


1985 


Senior 


546 



Records are incomplete as to when Rod Horst and Beb Kessler reached the 500 rebounds mark. Both 
player reached the mark during their respective senior years. 




Kevin McLinton is 
among the top five 
players all-time in 
steals (or his sopho- 
more, junior and 
senior seasons. 



5 OR MORE STEAL GAMES 



Player 



5-Steal Games 



Johnny Rhodes (1993-Present) 
Walt Williams (1989-92) 
Greg "Dutch" Morley (1979-82) 
Ernest Graham (1978-81) 
Albert King (1978-81) 
Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 
Kevin McLinton (1990-93) 
Greg Nared (1986-89) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
Vince Broadnax (1989-92) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 
John Lucas (1973-76) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-Present) 
Keith Booth (1994-Present) 
Evers Burns (1990-93) 
Brad Davis (1975-77) 
Keith Gatlin (1984-86, 88) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 



30-POINT GAMES 



10 
5 
5 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 



High 

6 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Player 


30 Point-Games 


High 


Walt Williams 


15 


39 


Joe Smith 


7 


40 


Len Bias 


6 


41 


John Lucas 


5 


34 


Tom McMillen 


4 


35 


Albert King 


3 


38 


Ernest Graham 


2 


44 


Jerrod Mustaf 


2 


35 


Tony Massenburg 


2 


34 


Howard White 


2 


38 


Barry Yates 


2 


32 


Adrian Branch 


2 


30 


Rudy Archer 


1 


32 


Evers Burns 


1 


36 


Kevin McLinton 


1 


32 


Derrick Lewis 


1 


32 


Jim O'Brien 


1 


38 


Matt Roe 


1 


33 


Gene Shue 


1 


40 


Howard White 


1 


33 


Player 


Season 


30-Point Games 


Walt Williams 


1991-92 


11 


Len Bias 


1985-86 


6 


Joe Smith 


1994-95 


5 


Tom McMillen 


1971-72 


3 


Walt Williams 


1990-91 


3 


Albert King 


1979-80 


2 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


2 


Jerrod Mustaf 


1989-90 


2 


Joe Smith 


1993-94 


2 


Howard White 


1970-71 


2 


Barry Yates 


1970-71 


2 



106 



MaJrudiMuL llrirfrpMS 



FRESHMAN SCORING AND 
REBOUNDING LEADERS 
Points 



1. 


582 


2. 


442 


3. 


425 


4. 


392 


5. 


381 


6. 


371 


7. 


369 


8. 


364 


9. 


363 


10. 


338 


11. 


324 


12. 


316 


13. 


300 


14. 


269 


15. 


221 


Rebounds 


1. 


323 


2. 


322 


3. 


241 


4. 


202 


5. 


187 


6. 


183 


7. 


173 


8. 


157 


9. 


145 


10. 


138 


11. 


125 


11. 


125 


13. 


103 


14. 


95 



15. 92 



by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by John Lucas (1972-73) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Brad Davis (1974-75) 
by Brian Williams (1987-88) 
by Greg Manning (1977-78) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 



by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Brian Williams (1987-88) 
by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
by Len Bias (1982-83) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Brad Davis (1974-75) 
by Walt Williams (1988-89) 



SOPHOMORE SCORING AND 
REBOUNDING LEADERS 



Points 



1. 


708 


2. 


667 


3. 


609 


4. 


564 


5. 


541 


6. 


499 


7. 


488 


8. 


444 


9. 


420 


10. 


416 


11. 


401 


12. 


397 


13. 


389 


14. 


374 


15. 


371 


Rebounds 


1. 


362 


2. 


351 


3. 


306 


4. 


254 


5. 


265 


6. 


249 


7. 


247 


8. 


242 


9. 


228 


10. 


224 


11. 


222 


12. 


220 


13. 


217 


14. 


213 


15. 


204 



by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by John Lucas (1973-74) 
by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 
by Len Bias (1983-84) 
by Albert King (1978-79) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 
by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Howard White (1970-71) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Buck Williams (1979-80) 



by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Al Bunge (1957-58) 
by Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Buck Williams (1979-80) 
by Larry Gibson (1976-77) 
by Barry Yates (1970-71) 
by Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
by Sparky Still (1969-70) 
by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 
by Herman Veal (1981-82) 
by Evers Burns (1990-91) 



JUNIOR CLASS SCORING AND 
REBOUNDING LEADERS 



Points 



1. 


701 


2. 


674 


3. 


616 


4. 


605 


5. 


510 


6. 


494 


7. 


483 


8. 


482 


9. 


481 


10. 


475 


11. 


471 


12. 


469 


12. 


469 


14. 


461 



by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Greg Manning 1979-80) 
by John Lucas (1974-75) 
by Gary Ward (1964-65) . 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 




Albert King scored 2,058 points during his career; he 
is only of only four Terps to have scored over 2,000 
career points. 



by Evers Burns (1991-92) 
by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 
by Jay McMillen (1965-66) 

by Buck Williams (1980-81) 

by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

by Len Elmore (1972-73) 

by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

by Gary Ward (1964-65) 

by Larry Gibson (1977-78) 

by Len Bias (1984-85) 

by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

by Al Bunge (1958-59) 

by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 

by Ernsest Graham (1979-80) 

by Rod Horst (1968-69) 

by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 



SENIOR CLASS SCORERS AND 
REBOUNDERS IN A LEADERS 



14. 


461 


15. 


454 


15. 


396 


Rebounds 


1. 


363 


2. 


318 


3. 


290 


4. 


284 


5. 


271 


6. 


253 


7. 


251 


8. 


248 


9. 


246 


10. 


242 


11. 


241 


12. 


235 


13. 


230 


14. 


229 


15. 


226 



Points 



1. 


776 


2. 


743 


3. 


671 


4. 


654 


5. 


559 


6. 


557 


6. 


557 


8. 


524 


9. 


518 


10. 


498 


11. 


497 


12. 


491 


13. 


490 


14. 


466 


15. 


448 


Rebounds 


1. 


412 


2. 


336 


3. 


321 


4. 


314 


5. 


269 


5. 


269 


7. 


258 


8. 


257 


9. 


250 


10. 


249 


11. 


241 


12. 


237 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Gene Shue (1953-54) 
by Albert King (1980-81) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Tom McMilen (1973-74) 
by Evers Burns (1992-93) 
by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

by Len Elmore (1973-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Tom Roy (1974-75) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
by Rod Horst (1971-70) 
by Larry Gibson (1978-79) 
by Bob Everett (1954-55) 
by Evers Burns (1992-93) 
by Gary Ward (1965-66) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 



13. 233 by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

14. 226 by Owen Brown (1974-75) 

15. 224 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

FRESHMAN SCORING AVERAGE AND 
/REBOUNDING AVERAGE LEADERS 

Scoring Average 



1. 


19.7 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 


15.2 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 


14.3 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 


4. 


14.2 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 




14.2 


by John Lucas (1972-73) 


6 


14.0 


by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


7. 


13.6 


by Albert King (1977-78) 


8. 


12.8 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 


9. 


12.3 


by Brian Williams (1987-88) 


10. 


12.1 


by Greg Manning (1977-78) 


11. 


11.8 


by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


12. 


11.3 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


13. 


10.6 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


14. 


10.0 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


14. 


10.0 


by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


Rebound Average 


1. 


10.7 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 


10.0 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


3. 


9.8 


by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


4. 


7.8 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 


5. 


6.7 


by Albert King (1977-78) 


6. 


6.5 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


7. 


6.1 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


8. 


6.0 


by Brian Williams (1987-88) 


9. 


5.2 


by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


10. 


4.9 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


11. 


4.3 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


12. 


4.2 


by Len Bias (1982-83) 


13. 


3.9 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


14. 


3.5 


by Walt Williams (1988-89) 


15. 


3.3 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 



SOPHOMORE SCORING AVERAGE AND 
REBOUNDING AVERAGE LEADERS 

Scoring Average 



1. 


21.2 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


2. 


20.8 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3. 


20.1 


by John Lucas (1973-74) 


4. 


19.7 


by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


5. 


18.7 


by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


6. 


18.5 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


7. 


16.6 


by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


8. 


16.3 


by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


9. 


15.9 


by Albert King (1978-79) 


10. 


15.6 


by Howard White (1970-71) 


10. 


15.6 


by Buck Williams (1979-80) 


12. 


15.3 


by Len Bias (1983-84) 


13. 


15.0 


by Pete Johnson (1966-67) 


14. 


14.8 


by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


15. 


14.6 


by Will Hetzel (967-68) 


Rebound Average 


1. 


11.0 


by Len Elmore (1971-72) 


2. 


10.7 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3. 


10.1 


by Buck Williams (1979-80) 


4. 


9.8 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


5. 


9.1 


by Al Bunge (1957-58) 


6. 


8.9 


by Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 


7. 


8.6 


by Barry Yates (1970-71) 


8. 


8.5 


by Sparky Still (1969-70) 


9. 


8.4 


by Larry Gibson (1976-77) 


10. 


7.8 


by Will Hetzel (1967-68) 


10. 


7.8 


by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


12. 


7.7 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


13. 


7.5 


by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 


13. 


7.5 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


15. 


7,4 


by Gary Ward (1963-64) 



JUNIOR SCORING AVERAGE AND 
/REBOUNDING AVERAGE LEADERS 



Scoring Average 


1. 


23.3 


by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


2. 


21.7 


by Albert King (1979-80) 


3. 


21.2 


by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


4. 


20.9 


by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


b. 


19.6 


by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


6. 


19.5 


by John Lucas (1974-75) 


7. 


18.9 


by Len Bias (1984-85) 


8. 


18.7 


by Walt Williams (1990-91) 


9. 


18.0 


by Gary Ward (1964-65) 


10. 


17.8 


by Charles McNeil (1958-59) 



107 



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11. 17.6 


12. 16.6 


13. 15.9 


14. 15.8 


15. 15.7 


R 
2 


eboundi 
12.2 


3 


11.7 


4 


11.2 


5 


11.8 


6 


11.6 


7 


11.0 


8 


10.4 


9 


10.1 


1 


1 9.8 


1 


.. 9.5 


1 


I 9.4 


1 


3. 9.0 


1 


1. 8.8 


1 


5. 8.1 



by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
by Evers Burns (1991-92) 
by Jay McMfflen (1965-66) 
by Greg Manning (1979-80) 



by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Len Elmore (1972-73) 
by Bob Eicher (1961-62) 
by AlBunge (1958-59) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Gary Ward (1964-65) 
by Rod Horst (1968-69) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
by Larry Gibson (1977-78) 
by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 



SENIOR SCORING AVERAGE AND 
/REBOUNDING AVERAGE LEADERS 



Scoring Average 
by 



10. 
11. 



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14. 
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Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Charles McNeil (1959-60) 
Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
Gary Ward (1965-66) 
AlBunge (1959-60) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
Rod Horst (1969-70) 



Rebounding Average 

1. 14.7 by Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2. 14.0 by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

3. 12.6 by AlBunge (1959-60) 

4. 11.1 by Tom Roy (1974-75) 

5. 10.7 by Bob McDonald (1960-61) 

6. 10.4 by Bob Everett (1954-55) 

7. 10.1 by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

8. 10.0 by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

9. 9.9 by Rod Horst (1969-70) 

10. 9.6 by Gary Ward (1965-66) 

11. 8.9 by Evers Burns (1992-93) 

12. 8.8 by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

13. 8.6 by Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

14. 8.4 by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

15. 8.3 by Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

ASSIST LEADERS BY CLASS 

FRESHMAN 

No. Assists Player, Year 

1. 178 by John Lucas (1972-73) 

2. 148 by Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 

3. 134 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 

4. 128 by Dutch Morely (1978-79) 

5. Ill by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

6. 91 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

7. 87 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

8. 74 by Greg Manning (1977-78) 

9. 67 by Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

10. 66 by Walt Williams (1988-89) 

11. 65 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

12. 64 by Albert King (1977-78) 

13. 56 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

14. 52 by Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 

15. 47 by Reggie Jackson (1978-79) 

SOPHOMORE 

No. Assists 

1. 165 

2. 159 

3. 136 

4. 124 

5. 123 

6. 122 

7. 121 

8. 94 

9. 88 
10. 



85 



Player, Year 

by Brad Davis (1975-76) 
by John Lucas (1973-74) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1979-80) 
by Kevin McLinton (1990-91) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Jeff Adkms (1982-82) 
by Jesse Martin 1989-90) 
by Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 
by John Johnson (1986-76) 



by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Bill Bryant (1977-78) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 
by Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 
by Albert King (1978-79) 



Player, Year 

by Keith Gathn (1985-86) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
by Brad Davis (1976-77) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Jeff Adkins (1983-84) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Howard White (1971-72) 
by John Lucas (1974-75) 
by Walt Williams (1990-91) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Dutch Morley (1980-81) 
by Jim O'Brien (1971-72) 



Player, Year 

by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Mickey Wiles (1969-70) 
by Dutch Morley (1981-82) 
by Bob Bodell (1972-73) 
by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Jeff Baxter (1985-86) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Albert King (1980-81) 
by Vince Broadnax (1991-92) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 
by Greg Manning (1980-81) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Jeff Adkins (1984-85) 



STEALS LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Steal totals are not availible prior to the 
1977 season and were not kept as an official 
NCAA statistic until 1986 season. 



Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1978-79) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
by Walt Williams (1988-89) 
by Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 



11 


76 


12. 


70 


12. 


70 


14. 


68 


15. 


62 


JUNIOR 


No. 


Assists 


1. 


204 


2. 


172 


3. 


162 


4. 


154 


5. 


136 


6. 


132 


7. 


126 


8. 


119 


9. 


109 


10. 


93 


11. 


91 


12. 


91 


13. 


86 


14. 


84 


15. 


78 


SENIOR 


No. 


Assists 


1. 


175 


2. 


135 


2. 


135 


3. 


124 


4. 


121 


5. 


120 


6. 


104 


7. 


101 


8. 


97 


9. 


92 


10. 


91 


11. 


86 


11. 


85 


12. 


81 


13. 


76 


14. 


71 


15. 


68 



FRESHMAN 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


71 


2. 


45 


3. 


43 


4. 


42 


5. 


35 


6. 


33 


7. 


29 




Walt Williams scored 30 points or more during 
a seven game stretch in the 1991-92 season - a 
school record. 



by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1979-80) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
by Kevin McLinton (1990-91) 
by Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 
by Albert King (1978-79) 
by Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 
by Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
by Jesse Martin (1989-90) 
by Jeff AdMns (1982-83) 
by Bill Bryant (1977-78) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Evers Burns (1991-92) 
by Exree Hipp (1995-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1980-81) 
by Adrian Branch (1983-84) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Walt Williams (1990-91) 

Player, Year 

by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Evers Bums (1992-93) 
by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
by Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 
by Vince Broadnax (1991-92) 
by Jeff Adkins (1984-85) 
by Dutch Morley (1981-82) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Steve Sheppard (1976-77) 
by Albert King (1980-81) 



BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Blocked shot totals are not available prior 
to the 1977 season and were not kept as an offi- 
cial NCAA statistic until 1986 season. 

FRESHMAN 

No. Blocked 
Shots 

1. 99 

2. 93 

3. 36 

4. 28 

5. 25 

6. 17 

7. 13 

8. 12 

9. 11 
9. 11 
9. 11 
9. 11 
9. 11 
14. 10 

10 



8. 


24 


9. 


23 


10. 


21 


11. 


20 


11. 


20 


13. 


19 


13. 


19 


SOPHOMORE 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


78 


2. 


64 


3. 


57 


4. 


51 


4. 


45 


5. 


39 


6. 


37 


7. 


35 


8. 


34 


9. 


30 


10. 


27 


11. 


26 


12. 


26 


13. 


23 


14. 


20 


15. 


18 


JUNIOR 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


85 


2. 


47 


3. 


43 


4. 


42 


5. 


38 


5. 


38 


7. 


34 


7. 


34 


9. 


32 


10. 


30 


11 


29 


11. 


29 


13. 


28 


13. 


28 


SENIOR 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


60 


2. 


47 


3. 


46 


3. 


46 


5. 


45 


5. 


45 


7. 


42 


7. 


42 


9. 


40 


10. 


37 


11. 


33 


12. 


28 


13. 


27 


13. 


27 


15. 


26 



Name, Year 

by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Brian Williams (1987-88) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Walt Williams (1988-89) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by Ernest Graham (1977-78) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Cedric Lewis (1987-88) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-86) 
by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 
by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 



SOPHOMORE 
No. Blocked Player, Year 
Shots 

1. 97 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 71 by Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 

3. 43 by Keith Booth (1994-95) 

4. 36 by Cedric Lewis (1988-89) 



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5. 34 by Walt Williams (1989-90) 

6. 32 by Buck Williams (1979-80) 

7. 22 by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

8. 21 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

9. 16 by Len Bias (1983-84) 

10. 15 by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

11. 11 by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
11. 11 by Mario Lucas ( 1 993-94) 
13. 10 by Dave Dickerson (1986-87) 

13. 10 by Albert King (1978-79) 

JUNIOR 

No. Blocked Name, Year 
Shots 

1. 114 by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

2. 57 by Larry Gibson (1977-78) 

3. 49 by Cedric Lewis (1989-90) 

4. 33 by Len Bias (1984-85) 

4. 33 by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

6. 31 by Lawrence Boston (1976-77) 

6. 31 by Chris Kerwin (1991-92) 

8. 29 by Buck Williams (1980-81) 

9. 27 by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

10. 24 by Evers Burns (1991-92) 

11. 19 by Charles Pittman (1980-81) 

12. 18 by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
12. 18 by Albert King (1979-80) 

14. 14 by Terry Long (1985-86) 

15. 13 by Reggie Jackson (1980-81) 

SENIOR 

No. Blocked Name, Year 
Shots 

1. 143 by Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

2. 58 by Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

3. 55 by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

4. 42 by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

5. 37 by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

6. 36 by Chris Kerwin (1992-93) 

7. 31 by Charles Pittman (1980-81) 

8. 28 by Walt Williams (1991-92) 

9. 22 by Evers Burns (1992-93) 

10. 18 by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

11. 17 by Lawrence Boston (1977-78) 

12. 14 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

12. 14 by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

14. 11 by Albert King (1980-81) 

15. 10 by Garfield Smith (1991-92) 

FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS BY CLASS 

FRESHMAN 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1. 190 by John Lucas (1972-73) 

2. 168 by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

3. 164 by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
3. 164 by Albert King (1977-78) 




Buck Williams, one of the top rebounders in school 
history, is third on the Terps all-time rebounding list 
with 928 career rebounds. 




Walt Williams holds the school record for most 
career 30 point games, 15. 



5. 157 by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 

6. 149 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

7. 141 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 

8. 136 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

9. 130 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

10. 123 by Greg Manning (1977-78) 

11. 120 by Buck Williams (1978-79) 

12. 113 by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

13. 88 by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

14. 87 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

15. 86 by Len Bias (1982-83) 

SOPHOMORE 
No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1. 253 by John Lucas (1973-74) 

2. 245 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 236 by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

4. 235 by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 222 by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

6. 211 by Len Bias (1983-84) 

7. 206 by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

8. 197 by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

9. 191 by Albert King (1978-79) 

10. 166 by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

11. 157 by Howard White (1970-71) 

12. 151 by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-68) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 



13. 150 

14. 148 
14. 148 

JUNIOR 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1. 275 by Albert King (1979-80) 

2. 274 by Len Bias (1984-85) 

3. 250 by Tom McMillen (1972-73 

4. 233 by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

5. 203 by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

6. 202 by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

7. 197 by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

8. 196 by Greg Manning (1979-80) 

9. 195 by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

10. 190 by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
10. 190 by Evers Burns (1991-92) 

12. 186 by John Lucas (1974-75) 

13. 183 by Buck Williams (1980-81) 

14. 182 by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

15. 170 by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

SENIOR 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1. 270 by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

2. 267 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. 156 by Walt Williams (1991-92) 

4. 233 by John Lucas (1975-76) 

5. 232 by Albert King (1980-81) 

6. 214 by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 



7. 


211 


by Evers Burns (1992-93) 


8. 


206 


by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 


9. 


203 


by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 


10. 


194 


by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 


11. 


188 


by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 


12. 


184 


by Owen Brown (1974-75) 


13. 


184 


by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 


14. 


183 


by Rod Horst (1969-70) 


15. 


182 


by Lawrence Boston (1977-78) 


CAREER TOTAL 


No. 


Field 


Player, Years 




Goals Made 


1. 


862 


by Albert King (1977-81) 


1. 


862 


by John Lucas (1972-76) 


3. 


838 


by Len Bias (1982-86) 


4. 


767 


by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 


5. 


699 


by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


6. 


686 


by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 


7. 


623 


by Greg Manning (1977-81) 


8. 


583 


by Walt Williams (1988-92) 


9. 


564 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 


10. 


547 


by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 


11. 


545 


by Evers Burns (1989-93) 


12. 


524 


by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 


13. 


508 


by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 


14. 


491 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-77) 


15. 


487 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-Present) 


FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED LEADERS 


BY CLASS 




FRESHMAN 




No. 


Field 


Player, Year 




Goal Attempts 


1. 


395 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 


355 


by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


3. 


353 


by John Lucas (1972-73) 


4. 


346 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


5. 


327 


by Albert King (1977-78) 


6. 


302 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 


7. 


290 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


8. 


270 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


9. 


249 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


10. 


243 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 


11. 


227 


by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


12. 


215 


by Greg Manning (1977-78) 


13. 


206 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


14. 


198 


by Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 


15. 


189 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


SOPHOMORE 


No. 


Player 


Years 




Field Goals Attempted 


1. 


495 


by John Lucas (1973-74) 


2. 


454 


by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


3. 


446 


by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


4. 


428 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 




424 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


5. 


424 


by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


6. 


420 


by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


7. 


372 


by Len Bias (1983-84) 


8. 


363 


by Howard White (1970-71) 


9. 


353 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


10. 


350 


by Will Hetzel (1967-68) 


11. 


343 


by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


12. 


327 


by Albert King (1978-79) 


13. 


325 


by Bob O'Brien (1954-55) 


14. 


320 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


15. 


318 


by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


JUNIOR 




No. 


Field 


Player, Year 


Goals Attempted 


1. 


527 


by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


2. 


519 


by Len Bias (1984-85) 


3. 


497 


by Albert King (1979-80) 


4. 


468 


by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


5. 


427 


by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


6. 


403 


by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


7. 


386 


by Gary Ward (1964-65) 


8. 


368 


by Evers Burns (1991-92) 


9. 


367 


by Pete Johnson (1967-68) 


10. 


362 


by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


10. 


357 


by Jay McMillen (1965-66) 


12. 


358 


by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 


12. 


358 


by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


14. 


344 


by Jim O'Brien (1971-72) 


15. 


339 


by John Lucas (1974-75) 



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SENIOR 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Attempted 

1. 542 by Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 529 by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

3. 491 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

4. 469 by Gene Shue (1953-54) 

5. 462 by Albert King (1980-81) 

6. 456 by John Lucas (1975-76) 

7. 417 by Evers Burns (1992-93) 

8. 408 by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

9. 404 by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

10. 399 by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

11. 393 by Gary Ward (1965-66) 

12. 366 by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
12. 366 by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 

14. 365 by Will Hetzel (1969-70) 

15. 360 by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

TOTAL CAREER FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Attempted 

1. 1,673 by Albert King (1977-81) 

2. 1,643 by John Lucas (1972-76) 

3. 1,579 by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 

4. 1,562 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

5. 1,363 by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

6. 1,259 by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

7. 1,251 by Walt Williams (1988-92) 

8. 1,242 by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

9. 1,125 by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 

10. 1,092 by Evers Burns (1989-93) 

1,070 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-Present) 

11. 1,068 by Greg Manning (1977-81) 

12. 1,044 by Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

13. 1,001 by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

14. 994 by Pete Johnson (1966-69) 

FREE THROWS MADE LEADERS BY CLASS 



FRESHMAN 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

9. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

13. 

13. 



168 

114 

92 

87 

82 

65 

62 

60 

53 

53 

51 

48 

45 

45 

45 



SOPHOMORE 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



209 
197 
134 
133 
127 
118 
114 
112 

9. 104 

10. 100 

11. 99 



11. 
13. 



99 
95 



14. 92 

15. 87 

JUNIORS 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

7. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

11. 

13. 

14. 



153 

139 

131 

130 

124 

119 

116 

116 

115 

106 

99 

99 

97 

96 



15. 92 



by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by Greg Manning (1977-78) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Brad Davis (1974-75) 
by Al Bunge (1957-58) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Brian Williams (1987-88) 
by Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
by Jeff Adkms (1981-82) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by John Lucas (1972-73) 

by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 
by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Bill Stasulatis (1960-61) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
by Herman Veal (1981-82) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Brad Davis (1975-76) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 



by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Charles McNeil (1958-59) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Gary Ward (1964-65) 
by John Lucas (1974-75) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
by Bob O'Brien (1955-56) 



SENIORS 


1. 209 


2. 175 


3. 174 


4. 145 


5. 143 


6. 131 


7. 125 


7. 125 


9. 124 


10. 123 


11. 103 


12. 100 


12. 100 


14. 96 


14. 96 


CAREER 


1. 470 


2. 454 


3. 409 


4. 386 


5. 384 


6. 377 


7. 334 


8. 317 


9. 315 


10. 314 


11. 306 


12. 301 


13. 291 


14. 288 


15. 284 


TOP 15 FRE 


1. 209 


1 


209 


3 


197 


4 


175 


5 


174 


6 


168 


7 


153 


8 


145 


9 


143 


10. 139 


11. 134 


12. 133 


13. 131 


14. 131 


15. 130 


FREE THRO 


FRESHMAN 


1. 229 


2. 149 


2. 149 


4. 109 


5. 108 


6. 100 


7. 95 


8. 82 


9. 76 


10. 74 


11. 72 


12. 67 


13. 66 


13. 66 


15. 64 


SOPHOMORE 


1. 282 


2 


241 


3 


174 


4 


171 


5 


165 


6 


164 


6 


164 


8 


146 


9 


134 


10. 131 


11. 130 


12. 128 


13. 127 


14. 126 


15. 120 


15. 120 


JUNIOR 


1. 197 


2. 182 


3 


177 



by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Bob Everett (1954-55) 
by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Al Bunge (1959-60) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Jay McMillen (1966-67) 
by Tom Young (1957-58) 
by Evers Burns (1992-93) 
by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by Walt Williams (1988-92) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 
by Greg Manning (1977-81) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 



by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

by Len Bias (1985-86) 

by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

by Walt Williams (1991-92) 

by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

by Len Bias (1984-85) 

by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 

by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 



by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by Keith Booth (1992-93) 
by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
by Greg Manning (1977-78) 
by Brad Davis (1974-75) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Albert King (1977-78) 
by Brian Williams (1987-88) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by John Johnson (1985-86) 
by Len Bias (1982-83) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Jeff Adkms (1981-82) 



by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 
by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Bill Stasluatis (1960-61) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
by Buck Williams (1979-80) 
by Herman Veal (1981-82) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Al Bunge (1957-58) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-54) 



by Len Bias (1984-85) 

by Buck Williams (1980-81) 

by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 




Jerry Greenspan was a perfect 14-14 from the 
freethrow line versus Minnesota in 1961. 



by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Albert King (1979-80) 
by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Bob Everett (1953-54) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Evers Burns (1991-92) 
by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 



by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
by Bob Everett (1954-55) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Al Bunge (1959-60) 
by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Evers Burns (1992-93) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 

TOTAL CAREER FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 
by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Walt Williams (1988-92) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Albert King (1977-81) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 
by Buck Williams (1978-81) 
by Al Bunge (1957-60) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 
by Greg Manning (1977-81) 

TOP i - FR15E THROWS ATTEMPTED SEASONS 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
by Bob Everett (1954-55) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 



4. 


171 


5. 


167 


6. 


151 


6. 


151 


8. 


145 


8. 


145 


10. 


138 


11. 


131 


12. 


127 


13. 


126 


13. 


126 


15. 


124 


SENIOR 


1. 


263 


2. 


242 


3. 


231 


4. 


201 


5. 


191 


6. 


182 


7. 


172 


8. 


158 


9. 


157 


10. 


154 


11. 


152 


12. 


144 


13. 


143 


14. 


140 


15. 


136 


TOTAL C 


1. 


607 


2. 


591 


3. 


587 


4. 


512 


5. 


511 


6. 


504 


7. 


487 


8. 


476 


9. 


431 


10. 


420 


11. 


419 


12. 


389 


13. 


375 


14. 


374 


15. 


370 


16. 


367 


TOP 15 F 


1. 


282 


2. 


263 


3. 


242 


4. 


241 


5. 


231 


6. 


229 


7. 


201 


8. 


197 


9. 


191 


10. 


182 


10. 


182 



110 



Mourul&M^ ThrrfrpiMS 



12. 


177 


13. 


174 


14. 


172 


15. 


171 


15. 


171 



by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 



THREE POINT SHOTS MADE LEADERS 
BY CLASS 

Note - Years and games played credited to each 
player in this category are only those played since 
the 1986-87 season. 



by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 

by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

by Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 

by Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

by Walt Williams (1988-89) 

by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 

by Mario Lucas (1992-93) 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
by Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by Steve Hood (1987-88) 
by Ivan Powell (1986-87) 
by John Johnson (1986-87) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Greg Nared (1986-87) 



by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Walt Williams (1990-91) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Mano Lucas (1994-95) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
by Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 
by Matthew Downing (1990-91) 
by John Johnson (1987-88) 
by Wayne Bristol (1993-94) 
by Garfield Smith (1990-91) 
by Donny Judd (1993-94) 

by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Mike Anderson (1989-90) 
by Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
by Matthew Downing (1991-92) 
by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 



FRESHMAN 


1. 


59 


2. 


36 


3. 


35 


4. 


20 


5. 


14 


6. 


11 


7. 


8 


8. 


7 


8. 


7 


10. 


4 


11. 


3 


SOPHOMORE 


1. 


40 


2. 


38 


3. 


32 


4. 


31 


5. 


30 


6. 


26 


7. 


23 


8. 


20 


9. 


10 


10. 


9 


11. 


3 


JUNIOR 


1. 


64 


2. 


48 


3. 


45 


4 


40 


5. 


28 


6. 


22 


6. 


22 


8. 


13 


9. 


12 


10. 


8 


11. 


5 


12. 


4 


13. 


2 


14. 


2 


SENIOR 


1. 


89 


2. 


56 


3. 


48 


4. 


34 


5. 


29 


6. 


18 


6. 


15 


7. 


13 


8. 


12 


9. 


12 


10. 


6 




Lee Brawley is 
the only player 
in school history 
to be perfect 
from the bee 
throw line on 10 
or more 

attempts in mul- 
tiple games dur- 
ing ill's career. 



CAREER 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



154 

132 

144 

85 

73 

61 

59 

56 

48 

48 



by Walt Williams (1988-92) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

by Johnny Rhodes (1992-Present) 

by Duane Simpkins( 1992-Present) 

by Exree Hipp (1992-Present) 

by Steve Hood (1986-88) 

by John Johnson (1985-89) 

by Keith Gatlin (1983-86, 1987-88) 

by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

by Matt Roe (1990-91) 



TOP 10 THREE POINT SHOTS MADE SEASONS 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
5. 
7. 



10. 
11. 
12. 



89 by Walt Williams (1991-92) 

64 by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

59 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

56 by Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 

48 by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

48 by Matt Roe (1990-91) 

45 by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

40 by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

40 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

38 by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

36 by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

35 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 



THREE POINT SHOTS ATTEMPTED 
LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Years and games played credited to each 
player in this category are only those played since 
the 1986-87 season. 

FRESHMAN 

1. 173 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

2. 80 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

2 . 80 by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

4. 63 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

5. 37 by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 

6. 27 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

6. 27 by Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

6. 27 by Walt Williams (198-89) 

9. 19 by Wayne Bristol (1991-92) 

10. 17 by Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 

11. 16 by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 



SOPHOMORE 


1. 129 


2 


94 


3 


88 


4 


72 


5 


68 


6 


67 


7 


55 


8 


53 


9 


23 


10. 21 


11. 20 


11. 20 


JUNIOR 


1. 164 


2. 122 


3. 120 


4. 105 


5. 95 


6. 69 


7. 57 


8. 47 


9. 30 


10. 22 


11. 16 


12. 10 


13. 7 


14. 5 


SENIOR 


1. 240 


2. 156 


3. 113 


4. 99 


5. 95 


6. 57 


7. 52. 


8. 35 


9. 33 


10. 28 


10. 28 


CAREER 


1. 429 


2. 422 


3. 316 


4. 226 


5. 220 


6. 156 


7. 148 


8. 113 


9. 83 


10. 80 


TOP THREE I 


SEASONS 


1. 240 


2. 173 


3. 164 


4. 156 


5. 129 


6. 122 


7. 120 


8. 113 


9. 105 


10. 99 


11. 95 


11. 95 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
by Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 
by Steve Hood (1987-88) 
by Walt Williams (1989-90) 
by John Johnson (1986-87) 
by Ivan Powell (1986-87) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Wayne Bristol (1992-93) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Walt Williams (1990-91) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Mario Lucas (1994-95) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
by Matt Downing (1990-91) 
by Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 
by John Johnson (1987-88) 
by Wayne Bristol (1993-94) 
by Mike Thibeault (1992-93) 
by Garfield Smith (1990-91) 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
By Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 
by Matt Downing (1991-92) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
by Garfield Smith (1991-92) 

by Walt Williams (1988-92) 

by Johnny Rhodes (1992-Present) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

by Exree Hipp (1992-Present) 

by Duane Simpkins (1992-Present) 

by Matt Roe (1990-91) 

by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

by Keith Gatlin (1983-86, 1987-88) 

by Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 

by Dave Dickerson (1985-89) 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Walt Williams (1990-91) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 



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TEAM RECORDS 



Single Game Scoring 

(Maryland) 



i. 

2. 
3. 

T4. 

6. 

7. 



138 
130 
128 

127 

124 
122 



(138-72) 

(130-106) 

(128-103) 

(127-84) 

(127-82) 

(124-110) 

(122-82) 



8. 120 (120-73) 
T9. 117 (117-96) 

(117-51) 

Til. 115 (115-83) 

(115-76) 

(115-60) 



vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 
vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 
vs. East Carolina (11-29-75) 
vs. Brown (12-1-72) 
vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 
vs. Boston University 

(12-8-75) 
vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 
vs. George Washington 

(12-4-71) 
vs. UMES (2-27-87) 
vs. Georgetown (12-11-73) 
vs. Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 
vs. UMES (11-26-91) 



Singe Game Scoring 



(Opponent) 

Tl. 114 (91-114) 

(111-114) 

(124-110) 

(109-108) 

(87-107) 

(130-106) 

(85-105) 

(73-105) 

(70-105) 



3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 
T7. 



110 
108 
107 
106 
105 



by N.C. State (2-27-91) 
by Duke (2-10-90) 
by N.C. State (12-20-78) 
by N.C. State (3-1-78) 
by North Carolina (1968-69) 
by East Carolina (12-7-77) 
at Florida State (1-13-93) 
by North Carolina (2-9-91) 
by North Carolina (1970-71) 



Singe Game Combined 
Scoring 

1. 236 (130-106) vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

2. 234 (124-110) vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 

3. 231 (128-103) vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 

4. 225 (111-114) vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

5. 217 (109-108) vs. N.C. State (3-1-78) 

6. 213 (117-96) vs. George Washington 

(12-4-71) 

Points Scored 



m 

i 

2. 
3. 
4 
5 
6 



9 
10. 



a Season 

2,946 
2,747 
1,613 
2,607 
2,602 
2,481 
2,469 
2,444 
2,400 
2,399 



1994-95 
1989-90 
1972-73 
1974-75 
1984-85 
1979-80 
1975-76 
1971-72 
1973-74 
1993-94 



Season Scoring 
Average 



9. 
T10. 



9.9 
88.2 
87.1 
86.7 
85.7 
83.2 
82.1 
81.0 
80.2 
80.0 
80.0 



1974-75 
1975-76 
1972-73 
1994-95 
1973-74 
1989-90 
1977-78 
1991-92 
1990-91 
1979-80 
1993-94 



Season 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 



1973-74 
1955-56 
1972-73 
1968-68 
1964-65 
1970-71 
1965-66 
1967-68 







1960-61 


10. 


43.5 


1974-75 


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) 


Rebounds 


Season 




1. 


1,388 


1971-72 


2. 


1,368 


1973-74 


3. 


1,367 


1994-95 


4. 


1,361 


1972-73 


5. 


1,351 


1989-90 



Field Goals Made 

Game 

Tl. 55 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 
vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 

3. 52 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 

T4. 51 vs. Virginia (3-2-74) 

vs. Boston University (12-8-75) 

Field Goals Made 

Season 



1. 
2. 
3. 



2,094 
1,049 
1,038 
1,035 
1,012 



1972-73 
1974-75 
1984-85 
1994-95 
1973-74 



Field Goals Attempted 

Game 

1. 99 vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 

2. 97 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 
T3. 93 vs. Miami (OH) (12-29-70) 

vs. George Washington (12-4-71) 
vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 

Field Goals Attempted 

Season 



2,094 
2,080 
2,073 
2,065 
1,983 



1972-73 
1994-95 
1989-90 
1984-85 
1973-74 



Field Goal Percentage 

Game 

1. .833 vs. South Carolina (1-9-71) 

2. .739 vs. Wake Forest (1-28-86) 

3. .732 vs. N.C State (12-20-80) 

4. .704 vs. Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 

5. .667 vs. UMES (2-17-86) 

Field Goal Percentage 

Season 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



.551 
.547 
.539 
.537 
.532 



1979-80 
1974-75 
1983-84 
1975-76 
1974-75 



Free Throws Made 

Game 

1. 41 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

2. 40 vs. North Carolina (1958) 
T3. 35 vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 

vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
T5. 34 vs. James Madison (1-23-87) 
vs. Lafayette (11-29-81) 
vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 



Free Throws Made 


Season 




1. 697 


1994-95 


2. 633 


1989-90 


3. 590 


1957-58 


4. 586 


1971-72 


5. 532 


1953-54 



1. 


67 


2. 


57 


3. 


52 


4. 


47 


T5. 


46 



Free Throws Attempted 

Game 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. North Carolina (1-53) 
vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
vs. Bucknell (12-22-76) 
vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 

Free Throws Attempted 

Season 

1. 987 1994-95 

2. 893 1989-90 

3. 858 1957-58 

4. 787 1953-54 

5. 786 1971-72 

Free Throw Percentage 

Game 

1. 1.000 (19-19) vs. Holy Cross (1-21-85) 

2. .966 (28-29) vs. Duke (2-7-76) 

3. .950 (19-20) vs. Duke (2-2-80) 

4. .938 (15-16) vs. North Carolina (2-7-95) 

5. .932 (28-31) vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

Free Throw Percentage 

Season 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
T5. 



.758 
.757 
.751 
.747 
.746 



Assists 

Game 

1. 36 

2. 35 

3. 34 

4. 32 
T5. 31 



Assists 

Season 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



641 
583 
575 
558 
557 



1975-76 
1974-75 
1981-92 
1959-60 
1971-72 
1973-74 



Brown (11-29-72) 
Brown (12-1-71) 
Morgan State (12-23-94) 
Buffalo (2-11-73) 
Towson State (12-23-93) 
Long Island 
Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 



1994-95 
1989-90 
1984-85 
1979-80 
1972-73 



Steals 

Game 

Tl. 17 

T2. 16 



T5. 15 



Steals 

Season 



vs. Morgan State (1994-95) 
vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-23-91) 
vs. Clemson (2-6-91) 
vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
vs. Rider (12-23-91) 
vs. Morgan State (12-26-92) 
vs. Miami (OH) (12-25-79) 
vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
vs. American (11-30-91) 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



303 
302 
258 
242 
233 



1993-94 
1994-95 
1992-93 
1991-92 
1979-80 



Blocks 

Game 

Tl. 17 

3. 16 

4. 14 
T5. 13 

Blocks 

Season 



vs. UMES (2-27-87) 

vs. Georgia Tech (12-10-75) 

vs. UMES (12-1-88) 

vs. James Madison (1-28-87) 

vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 

vs. Tennessee (11-28-84) 



185 1990-91 

181 1984-85 

176 1993-94 

168 1994-95 

162 1989-90 



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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 (Fla.) (12-29-70) 

10 by Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Free Throws Made: 

17 by Tom McMillen vs. Canisus (12-17-71) 
Free Throws Attempted: 

22 by Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

15 by Albert King vs. Boston University (2-79) 
3-Point Field Goals Made: 

7 by Walt Williams vs. Florida State (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: 

1 5 by Greg Manning (over two games during 

the 1980-81 season; also an ACC record) 
Free Throws Made: 

209 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

209 by Len Bias (1985-86) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

32 by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

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 King (1977-81) 




Greg Manning led the Teips in free throw shooting three times, 
and shot ahove 80 percent irom the line during his career. 



Consecutive Field Goals Made: 

15 by Greg Manning (1978-81) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

32 by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
32 by Len Bias (1982-86) 
32 by Bob O'Brien (1954-57) 

MISCELLANEOUS OPPONENT RECORDS 

Free Throws: 

40 by Clemson (1-13-68) 
Free Throw Attempts : 

53 by Clemson (1-13-68) 
Fouls: 

39 by Morgan State (12-23-94) 

MARYLAND TEAM RECORDS 

Game 

Points in a Half: 

85 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94, 2nd Half) 
Rebounds: 

74 vs. Perm State (12-64) 
Field Goals: 

55 vs. Brown (11-72) 

55 vs. Canisus (12-78) 
Fewest Field Goals: 

6 vs. Seton Hall (6-41) 
Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 

18 vs. South Carolina (1-71) 
3-Pt Field Goals: 

11 vs. American (12-30-94) 
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted: 

29 vs. Clemson (2-22-92) 
Free Throws: 

41 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
Fewest Free Throws: 

vs. Wake Forest (2-73) 
Fewest Free Throw Attempts: 

1 vs. Several Opponents (last time, vs. Georgia 
Tech 2-6-93) 

Fouls: 

44 vs. William & Mary (2-52) 
Fewest Fouls: 

7 vs. Buffalo (1-72) 
Field Goal Percentage: 

.833 (15-18) vs. South Carolina (1-71) 
Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempts): 
.966 (28-29) vs. Duke (2-76) 

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS 
Total Attendance: 

437,268 in 34 games (1994-95) 
Home Attendance: 

240,254 in 19 games (1976-77) 
Average Home Attendance: 

13,814 in 16 games (1994-95) 
Consecutive Wins to Open a 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) 




Tom McMillen made a school 
record 17 free throws versus 
Canisus on December 17, 
1971. 





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OTCTORY MARGIN 



Largest Margins of Victory 

Margin Opponent Score 

+66 Morgan State (12-23-94) 138-72 

+66 Maryland Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 113-49 

+64 DePauw (12-12-74) 99-42 

+60 Colgate (12-8-94) 113-53 

+57 DePauw (12-3-75) 99-42 

+55 Maryland Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 115-60 

+53 Towson State (2-21-85) 91-38 

+52 Maryland Baltimore County (2-22-90) 113-62 

+51 Cornell (11-27-93) 92-41 

+49 Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 106-57 

+47 Towson State (12-12-94) 120-73 

+46 Appalachian State (1-2-75) 96-50 

+45 Brown (11-29-72) 127-82 

+44 Maryland Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 97-53 

+43 Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 108-65 

+40 Howard (1-2-93) 109-69 

+40 Morgan State (12-26-92) 103-63 

+40 Boston University (12-8-75) 122-82 

+40 South Carolina (3-1-58) 99-59 

+40 Clemson (1-6-53) 81-41 

Largest Margins of Defeat 

Margin Opponent Score 

-63 Bainbndge 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 

-40 North Carolina (3-12-93) 102-62 

-39 Wake Forest (1962-63) 80-41 

-36 West Virginia (1946-47) 81-43 

-36 Navy (1932-33) 58-21 




Maryland's 1994-95 team scored a school record 138 points ver- 
sus Morgan State. 



100-Point 
Games 

Total 100 Point Games: 74 
Most in a Season:8 (1973-74) 
Most Consecutive 100 Point 
Games: 3 (1994-95) 
Last 100 Point Game: 
December 23, 1994 



Score 


Opponent 


1994-95 


(5) 


102-64 


Bucknell 


102-77 


UMBC 


113-53 


Colgate 


120-73 


Towson State 


138-72 


Morgan State 


1993-94 


(2) 


109-71 


Towson State 


102-70 


N.C. State 


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 

105-74 

104-86 

110-91 

111-114 

113-61 



(5) 

Augusta College 
George Mason 
Alcom State 
Duke (OT) 
Md.-Baltimore Cty. 



1987-88 (1) 

117-51 Md.-Eastem Shore 



1986-87 
117-51 



(1) 

Md.-Eastem Shore 



1983-84 (3) 

102-77 West Virginia 

104-69 Md.-Eastern Shore 

108-65 Johns Hopkins 

1982-83 (2) 

101-90 Duke 

106-94 North Carolina 

1980-81 (2) 

114-89 Marshall 

109-83 Farleigh Dickenson 

1979-80 (3) 

101-82 Duke 

115-76 Miami (OH) 

113-79 Catholic 

1977-78 (2) 

109-108 N.C. State (3 OT) 

130-106 East Carolina 

1976-77 (1) 

106-72 Bucknell 

1975-76 (7) 

105-91 Wake Forest 

102-91 Duke 

102-84 N.C. 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 Duquesne 

104-80 Duke 

103-85 N.C. State 



105-67 Georgia Tech 

11349 DePaul 

104-71 Georgetown 

106-81 Richmond 



1973-74 

100-103 

105-85 

110-75 

104083 

112-73 

102-75 

115-83 

106-57 



(8) 

N.C. State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Fordham 

Holy Cross 

Georgetown 

Eastern Kentucky 



1972-73 (4) 

100-73 Long Island 

105-76 Wake Forest 

107-80 Canisus 

127-82 Brown 



1971-72 

100-69 

103-67 

102-79 

118-96 

100-83 



(5) 

Niagara 

Western Kentucky 
Holy Cross 
George Washington 
Brown 



1970-71 (2) 

111-77 Miami (FL) 

109-70 Buffalo 

1969-70 (1) 

103-85 Clemson 

1965-66 (2) 

107-92 West Virginia 

107-81 George Washington 

1959-60 (1) 

103-80 Yale 




Bud Millikan coached Jay 
McMillen on Maryland's 1965- 
66 team which surpassed the 
century mark twice. 



OPPONENTS' 100 
POINT GAMES 

Total 100 Point Games: 27 
Most in a Season: 5(1990-91) 
Most Consecutive 100 Pomt 
Games: 2 (1978-79) 
Last 100 Pomt Game: 
February 4, 1995 

Score Opponent 
1993-94 (2) 

90-100 North Carolina 
91-100 Georgia Tech 

1992-93 (3) 

73-101 North Carolina 

85-105 Florida State 

66-102 North Carolina 



1990-91 

85-100 

73-105 

104-100 

81-101 

91-114 



(5) 

Boston College 

North Carolina 

N.C. State 

Duke 

N.C. State 



1989-90 (2) 
111-114 Duke(OT) 
84-104 Duke 



1987-88 

82-104 



(1) 

Georgia Tech 



1978-79 (3) 

79-102 North Carolina 
90-101 Canisus 
124-110 N.C. State 

1977-78 (3) 

109-108 N.C. State (3 OT) 
90-101 George Washington 
130-106 East Carolina 

1973-74(1) 
100-103 N.C. State 

1972-73 (1) 

89-103 Providence 

1970-71 (2) 

76-100 North Carolina 

70-105 North Carolina 

1969-70 (2) 

68-101 South Carolina 

87-107 North Carolina 

1968-69 (1) 

87-107 North Carolina 

1963-64 (1) 
72-104 Duke 







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SEASON LEADERS 


Scoring 






Year 


Leader 


Pts.-Avg. 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404-15.0 


1951-52 


Not available 




1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508-22.1 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654-21.8 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487-20.3 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490-20.4 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-13.2 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1959-60 


AlBunge 


383-16.6 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-13.4 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-15.2 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-17.4 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-13.0 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512-19.7 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430-17.2 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392-16.3 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360-15.0 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605-23.3 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428-16.5 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389-15.6 




Jim O'Brien 


342-16.3 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667-20.8 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-21.2 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469-19-5 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557-19.9 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338-13.0 




Steve Sheppard 


309-16.2 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559-18.0 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-15.2 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541-18.7 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491-15.3 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701-18.9 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743-23.2 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510-19.6 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466-15.0 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609-18.5 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498-17.8 




Walt Williams 


318-18.7 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776-26.8 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518-18.5 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582-19.4 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708-20.8 


REBOUNDING 




Year 


Player 


Rbs.-Avg. 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-14.0 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


195-7.5 


1957-58 


AlBunge 


265-9.1 


1958-59 


Al Bunge . 


241-10.5 


1959-60 


AlBunge 


289-12.6 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-10.7 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235-9.4 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184-8.8 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185-7 1 




Gary Ward 


103-7.4 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271-10.4 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241-9.6 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1967-68 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318-12.2 




Howard White led Maryland 
in points scored with 389 dur- 
ing the 1970-71 season. 



1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258-9.9 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224-8.6 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351-11.0 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290-11.2 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249-8.9 




Larry Gibson 


157-9.8 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


228-8.4 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253-9.0 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


323-10.8 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242-10.1 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


363-11.7 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


213-7.3 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242-8.1 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269-8.4 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251-6.8 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


224-7.0 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


248-9.5 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


237-7.6 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


226-7.8 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


314-10.1 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


233-8.3 


1991-92 


Evers Bums 


206-7.1 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


249-8.9 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


321-10.7 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


362-10.7 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

(150 attempts minimum) 



Year 


Leader 


FGPct 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.480 


1951-52 


not available 




1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.469 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.506 


1954-55 


not available 




1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1956-57 


John Nacincik 


.470 


1957-58 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


.443 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.453 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.437 


1962-63 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1963-64 


Jackie Clark 


.480 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1966-67 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1967-68 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1968-69 


Rod Horst 


.480 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


.532 


1970-71 


Charlie Blank 


.473 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.549 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


.606 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


.580 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.643 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


.647 


1981-82 


Charles Pitman 


.611 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


.530 


1985-86 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1987-88 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


.527 



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SEASON LEADERS 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


.506 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


.578 


FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 




Year 


Leader 


FT .Pet 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 


1951-52 


not available 




1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1954-55 


not available 




1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


..803 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.817 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


,844 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.828 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


.857 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


.821 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


.770 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


.822 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


.784 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


ASSISTS 






Year 


Leader 


Ast.-Avg. 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


135-5.2 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


70-3.3 


1971-72 


Howard White 


93-2.9 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


178-5.9 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


159-5.7 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


134-4.6 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


165-5.9 


1976-77 


Bead Davis 


132-4.9 


1977-78 


Greg Manning 


74-2.6 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1979-80 


Ernest Graham 


136-4.4 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


120-3.9 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 




Dick Koffenberger led the 
Terps with a . 772 free throw 
shooting percentage during 
the 1950-51 season. 



1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


. 121-4.0 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


148-4.6 


1884-85 


Keith Gatlin 


221-6.0 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlm 


204-6.4 


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 


154-5.3 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


136-4.5 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


162-4.8 


BLOCKED SHOTS 




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 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


93-3.1 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


97-2.9 


'second best 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 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


78-2.3 


1994-95 


Johnny Rhodes 


85-2.5 



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/—TOTAL— 


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/— 3PT- 


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OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-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 


— 


— 


— 


435-15 


— 


— 


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 


— 


— 


1068-45.1 


2049-78.8 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


.457 


— 


— 


417-586 


.712 


337 


— 


— 


458-17 


— 


— 


1174-45.1 


1979-76.1 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 


— 


— 


480-715 


.671 


302 


— 


— 


442-13 


— 


— 


1106-42.5 


1950-75.0 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 


— 


— 


586-786 


.746 


443 


— 


— 


490-10 


— 


— 


1154-44.4 


2444-76.4 


1972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 


— 


— 


435-606 


.718 


557 


— 


— 


547-17 


— 


— 


1361-43.4 


2613-87.1 


973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 


— 


— 


376-504 


.746 


450 


— 


— 


492-10 


— 


— 


1368-45.4 


2400-85.7 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 


— 


— 


509-672 


.757 


413 


— 


— 


535-18 


— 


— 


1261-48.9 


2607-89.9 


1975-76 


28 


996--1854 


.537 


— 


— 


477-629 


.758 


397 


— 


— 


562-20 


— 


— 


1126-43.5 


2469-88.2 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


— 


— 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


— 


— 


1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 


— 


— 


433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


— 


— 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


1978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 


— 


— 


430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


— 


— 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 


— 


— 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


— 


— 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 


— 


— 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


— 


— 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


— 


— 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


— 


— 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 


— 


— 


496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


— 


— 


1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 


1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 


— 


— 


509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 


— 


— 


1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 


— 


— 


526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


— 


— 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 


— 


— 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


— 


— 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529—15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 


1990-91 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


3734 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 


1991-92 


29 


848-1880 


.451 


128-294 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 


1992-93 


29 


813-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


22235-79.8 


1993-94 


30 


868-1901 


.457 


141-401 


.352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 



117 















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/—TOTAL—/ 




/— 3PT- 


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OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-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 


1296-57.6 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


.397 


— 


— 


343-490 


.700 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


795-34.6 


1407-56.3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


.384 


— 


— 


473-679 


.697 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1119-43.0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


.419 


— 


— 


405-679 


.649 


— 


— 


— 


489- 


— 


— 


1115-44.6 


1805-67.6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


.460 


— 


— 


276-624 


.697 


— 


— 


— 


336- 


— 


— 


879-41.9 


1504-71.6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


.455 


— 


— 


509-396 


.692 


— 


— 


— 


462-14 


— 


— 


1145-44.0 


1964-75.5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 


— 


— 


417-735 


.714 


— 


— 


— 


490-23 


— 


— 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


.405 


— 


— 


415-584 


.706 


— 


— 


— 


454-11 


— 


— 


1029-41.2 


1711-68.4 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


.467 


— 


— 


340-588 


.714 


— 


— 


— 


393-7 


— 


— 


928-37.1 


1628-65.1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


.437 


— 


— 


434-476 


.701 


— 


— 


— 


419-12 


— 


— 


1188-49.0 


1744-73.9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


.465 


— 


— 


472-619 


.725 


— 


— 


— 


488-18 


— 


— 


1225-47.1 


2188-84.1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 


— 


— 


421-651 


.680 


— 


— 


— 


472-13 


— 


— 


1082-41.6 


1945-74.7 


1970-71 


26 


743-1625 


.457 


— 


— 


422-619 


.703 


308 


— 


— 


544-24 


— 


— 


1056-40.6 


1908-73.4 


1971-72 


32 


843-1933 


.436 


— 


— 


417-600 


.687 


302 


— 


— 


607-30 


— 


— 


1040-32.5 


2107-65.8 


1972-73 


30 


947-2023 


.449 


— 


— 


332-607 


.686 


363 


— 


— 


598-23 


— 


— 


1043-34.8 


2226-74.2 


1973-74 


28 


798-1993 


.400 


— 


— 


335-484 


.705 


278 


— 


— 


513-11 


— 


— 


1066-38.1 


1931-69.0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


.441 


— 


— 


331-475 


.694 


355 


— 


— 


634-28 


— 


— 


999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


.444 


— 


— 


346-477 


.708 


307 


— 


— 


575-25 


— 


— 


1024-36.6 


2080-74.3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


.436 


— 


— 


393-489 


.722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 


— 


— 


978-36.2 


2001-74.1 


1977-78 


28 


906-2001 


.453 


— 


— 


415-612 


.678 


363 


60 


227 


563-14 


— 


— 


1057-37.7 


2227-79.5 


1978-79 


30 


912-1923 


.474 


— 


— 


416-601 


.692 


402 


99 


240 


576-17 


— 


— 


1036-34.5 


2240-74.7 


1979-80 


31 


926-1952 


.474 


— 


— 


374-534 


.700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 


— 


— 


1000-32.3 


2226-71.8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


.473 


— 


— 


406-582 


.698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 


— 


— 


954-30.8 


2164-69.8 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


.468 


— 


— 


372-548 


.679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 


— 


— 


802-27.7 


1704-58.8 


1982-83 


29 


808-1783 


.453 






425-634 


.670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 


— 


— 


1022-34.1 


2141-71.4 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 


— 


— 


373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


— 


— 


996-31.1 


2151-67.2 


1984-85 


32 


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 


— 


— 


1017-30.0 


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 


1993-94 


30 


798-1846 


.432 


168-526 


.319 


433-640 


.640 


448 


145 


213 


632-17 


367 


687 


1148-38.3 


2197-73.2 


1994-95 


34 


923-2098 


.440 


241-685 


.352 


427-651 


.656 


511 


573 


220 


727-34 


398 


647 


1142-33.6 


2514-73.9 



118 



MajrudgjwL Terrapins 



TERPS RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



vs. Air Force 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1977-78 74-73 

1978-89 81-68 

vs. Alabama 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

1924-25 27-21 N-sct W 

1984-35 59-54 A W 

1985-86 60-58 H W 

vs. Alaska 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1984-85 54-52 A-Shoot W 

vs. American 

Maryland leads, 7-1 



W 
W 



1926-27 
1977-78 
1980-81 
1982-83 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1994-95 



16-21 
78-65 
95-65 
73-71 
72-69 
93-68 
98-67 
98-77 



cap 



L 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



vs. Appalachian State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1974-75 96-50 H W 

1975-76 76-74 H W 

vs. Arizona 

Arizona leads, 1-0 

1963-64 54-57 N-evans L 

vs. Arizona State 

The series is tied, 1-1 

1953-54 65-50 A 

1994-95 90-97 N 

vs. Arkansas 

The series is tied, 1-1 



W 
maui L 



88-61 
68-73 



1987-88 
1988-89 
vs. Army 

Maryland leads, 3-1 
1966-67 57-56 

1969-70 54-69 

1977-78 99-77 

1989-90 78-60 

vs. Augusta College 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1989-90 105-74 
vs. Ball State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1976-77 86-70 

vs. Baltimore City 
Maryland leads, 2-1 
1913-14 NA 

1935-36 55-33 

1937-38 50-32 

vs. Biscayne College 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1978-79 86-60 

vs. Boston College 
Maryland leads, 3-1 
1957-58 86-63 1 

1973-74 58-37 I 

1983-84 89-76 I 

1990-91 85-100 I 
vs. Boston University 
Maryland leads, 2-1 
1975-76 122-82 I 
1989-90 61-65 I 

1990-91 85-59 I 

vs. Brown 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1971-72 100-83 1 
1972-73 127-82 1 
1979-80 72-59 1 

vs. Bucknell 
Maryland leads, 6-0 



W 
L 



ci W 

mdinv L 

W 

cfc W 



H 



H 



H 



L 
W 
W 



ncaa' W 

mdinv W 

W 

accbe 1 L 



bg 



1976-77 

1977-78 

1978-79 

1979-80 

1986-87 

1994-95 

vs. Buffalo 

Maryland leads, 4-0 

1969-70 97-77 

1970-71 109-70 

1971-72 82-58 

1972-73 93-64 



106-72 
96-62 

107-97 
95-73 
77-68 

102-64 



W 
L 
W 



W 
W 
W 



W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



W 
W 

w 
w 



w 



N-cham W 



vs. California-Irvine 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1990-91 93-79 H 

vs. California-Los Angeles 
(UCLA) 

UCLA leads, 3-1 

1973-74 64-65 A L 

1974-75 75-81 H-mdinv L 

1981-82 57-90 A . L 

1982-83 80-79 (2 ot) H W 

vs. California-Santa Barabra 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1987-88 92-83 N-ncaa 3 W 

vs. Cal-State Sacramento 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1989-90 
vs. Canisus 
Maryland leads, 7-0 
1971-72 86-77 H W 

1972-73 107-80 A W 

1973-74 86-73 H W 

1978-79 129-103 H W 

1981-82 91-73 H W 

1982-83 67-66 A W 

1983-84 77-55 H W 

vs. Catholic 
The series is tied, 11-11 
1910-11 35-30 H W 

1913-14 NA A L 

NA H L 

1918-19 7-25 NA L 

12-14 NA L 

1923-24 13-30 NA L 

14-20 NA L 

1924-25 18-14 A W 

27-17 H W 

1929-30 37-30 H W 

1930-31 24-21 A W 

1931-32 39-34 H W 

1932-33 27-29 A L 

1933-34 33-25 H W 

1934-35 29-45 A L 

1935-36 29-40 H L 

1937-38 49-33 H W 

1938-39 40-38 A W 

1939-40 46-31 A L 

1943-44 33-31 H W 

33-53 A L 

1979-80 113-79 H W 

vs. Central Florida 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1986-87 73-55 H W 

vs. Chaminade 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1994-95 95-67 N-maui W 

vs. City College of New York 
The series is tied, 1-1 
1924-25 22-16 H W 

1941-42 40-57 A L 

vs. Cincinnati 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1954-55 78-61 N-aacity W 

1994-95 74-72 N-ald W 

vs. The Citadel 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1937-38 45-43 N-sct W 

vs. Clemson 
Maryland leads, 69-38 



1938-39 



1939-40 



1940-41 
1947-48 



1948-49 
1949-50 



1950-51 



1953-54 



1954-55 



45-35 
27-39 
53-26 
30-48 
34-48 
49-42 
63-61 
74-50 
49-68 
55-60 
68-70 
44-50 
54-50 
50-48 
81-41 
79-54 
75-59 
71-63 
68-66 



H 

N-sct 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-sct 

A 

H 

N-acc 1 

A 

H 



W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
I 
I 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



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 
1993-94 



71-63 A 


W 


81-69 H 


W 


59-52 A 


w 


74-65 H 


w 


66-73 A 


L 


72-54 H 


W 


46-55 A 


L 


77-58 H 


W 


70-55 H 


W 


66-59 A 


W 


59-76 A 


L 


82-80 H 


W 


91-75 N-acc 1 


W 


61-73 A 


L 


68-75 H 


L 


60-62 A 


L 


69-67 H 


W 


56-48 H 


W 


68-83 A 


L 


67-81 N-acc 1 


W 


67-65 A 


w 


88-71 H 


w 


61-50 N-acc 1 


w 


66-71 A 


L 


69-81 H 


L 


68-48 H 


W 


61-65 A 


L 


93-94 A 


L 


81-68 H 


W 


83-78 H 


w 


84-83 A 


w 


75-68 A 


w 


03-85 H 


w 


56-52 H 


w 


45-51 A 


L 


61-63 A 


L 


67-57 H 


W 


54-52 N-acc 2 


W 


79-75 A 


W 


69-66 H 


w 


77-61 N-acc 1 


w 


89-60 H 


w 


56-54 A 


w 


82-83 A 


L 


70-64 H 


W 


77-82 H 


L 


98-89 A 


W 


71-93 A 


L 


84-78 H 


W 


90-75 H 


W 


80-75 A 


w 


77-63 A 


w 


77-69 H 


w 


75-67 N-acc 2 


w 


84-83 H 


w 


81-90 A 


L 


91-85 Nacc 2 


W 


68-62 A 


W 


72-70 H 


W 


62-57 H 


W 


66-75 A 


L 


80-61 A 


W 


92-88 H 


W 


85-72 H 


W 


66-65 A 


W 


94-84 H 


W 


64-71 H 


L 


78-69 H 


W 


60-70 A 


L 


64-72 A 


L 


79-80 H 


L 


68-53 H 


W 


70-66 A 


w 


58-75 A 


L 


98-87 H 


W 


77-82 A 


L 


73-75 H 


L 


81-65 H 


W 


69-73 A 


L 


84-71 H 


W 


70-82 A 


L 


81-75 N-acc' 


W 


72-82 A 


L 


73-81 H 


L 


67-73 A 


L 


73-53 H 


W 



1994-95 


56-51 


A 


W 


1952-53 


74-65 


N 


W 




84-68 


H 


W 


1953-54 


61-68 


H 


L 


vs. Cleveland State 






1954-55 


49-47 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 








61-68 


A 


L 


1984-85 


95-84 


H 


w 


1955-56 


62-76 


A 


L 


vs. Columbic 


t 








70-82 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 








69-94 


N-acc 1 


L 


1924-25 


24-23 


A 


w 


1956-57 


62-51 


H 


W 


1963-64 


82-76 


N-evan 


w 




60-72 


A 


L 


vs. Connecticut 






1957-58 


74-49 


H 


W 


The series is 


tied, 1-1 






59-68 


A 


L 


1989-90 


65-87 


N-accbe ! 


L 




71-65 (ot) 


N-acc 2, 


W 


1994-95 


89-99 


N-ncaa" 


L 


1958-59 


64-31 


H 


W 


vs. Coppin State 








69-78 


A 


L 


Coppin leads, 1-0 






1959-60 


56-48 


A 


W 


1989-90 


63-70 


H 


L 




71-61 


H 


w 


vs. Cornell 








1960-61 


62-70 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 








76-71 


H 


W 


1993-94 


92-41 


H 


W 


1961-62 


68-84 


A 


L 


vs. Creighton 








53-79 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 








58-71 


N-acc 1 


L 


1974-75 


83-79 


N-ncaa 4 


W 


1962-63 


56-92 


A 


L 


vs. Davidson 










70-76 


H 


L 


The series is 


tied, 1-1 




1963-64 


72-104 


H 


L 


1966-67 


66-65 


A-ci 


W 




63-84 


A 


L 


1968-69 


69-83 


A-ci 


L 


1964-65 


64-82 


A 


L 


vs. Dayton 










85-82 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 21 






1965-66 


61-76 


A 


L 


1965-66 


77-75 


N-sb 


W 




69-74 


H 


L 


1983-84 


61-59 


H 


w 


1966-67 


69-72 


H 


L 


1984-85 


63-67 


A 


L 




58-81 


A 


L 


vs. Delaware 








1967-68 


52-84 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-1 








64-85 


A 


L 


1910-11 


14-23 


A 


L 


1968-69 


85-96 


A 


L 


1969-70 


94-58 


H 


W 




83-93 


H 


L 


1970-71 


86-73 


H 


W 


1969-70 


52-50 


H 


W 


vs. Delaware College 






76-87 


A 


L 


Delaware College leads, 1-0 




1970-71 


88-79 


A 


W 


1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 




67-70 


H 


L 


vs. Delaware State 






1971-72 


77-58 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 








59-68 


A 


L 


1989-90 


87-53 


H 


W 


1972-73 


81-85 


A 


L 


vs. DePaul 










96-68 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






1973-74 


104-83 


H 


W 


1976-77 


92-74 


H 


W 




64-61 


A 


w 


vs. DePauw 










85-66 


N-acc 2 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






1974-75 


83-77 


H 


w 


1974-75 


113-49 


H 


W 




104-80 


A 


w 


1975-76 


99-42 


H 


W 


1975-76 


102-91 


H 


w 


vs. Duke 










67-69 


A 


L 


Duke leads, 83-49 








80-78 


N-acc s 


w 


1925-26 


41-20 


H 


W 


1976-77 


65-64 


A 


w 


1929-30 


27-28 


H 


L 




85-72 


H 


w 




24-39 


A 


L 


1977-78 


78-88 


H 


L 


1930-31 


32-24 


H 


W 




70-81 


A 


L 


1931-32 


20-18 


A 


W 




69-81 


N-acc 2 


L 


1932-33 


30-28 


H 


W 


1978-79 


78-87 


A 


L 


1933-34 


37-33 


H 


W 




70-68 


H 


W 


1934-35 


39-48 


H 


L 


1979-80 


101-82 


H 


W 


1935-36 


38-34 


H 


W 




61-66 


A 


L 




47-35 


N-sct 


W 




72-73 


N-acc- 


L 


1936-37 


31-34 


A 


L 


1980-81 


94-79 


H 


W 




30-34 


A 


L 




54-55 


A 


L 


1937-38 


40-35 


H 


W 




56-53 


N-acc 1 


W 




34-44 


A 


L 


1981-82 


40-36 


A 


W 




32-35 


N-sct 


L 




77-60 


H 


w 


1938-39 


37-34 


H 


W 


1982-83 


67-86 


H 


L 




60-44 


A 


W 




101-90 


A 


W 


1939-40 


32-30 


H 


W 


1983-84 


81-75 


A 


W 




37-48 


A 


L 




84-89 


A 


L 




32-44 


N-sct 


L 




74-62 


N-accr 


W 


1940-41 


26-40 


H 


L 


1984-85 


78-76 


H 


W 




17-43 


A 


L 




62-70 


A 


L 


1941-42 


33-37 


A 


L 




73-86 


N-acc 1 


L 




46-64 


H 


L 


1985-86 


75-81 


H 


L 


1942-43 


43-46 


H 


L 




68-80 


A 


L 


1944-45 


24-51 


A 


L 


1986-87 


61-85 


H 


L 




49-76 


N-sct 


L 




67-76 


A 


L 


1945-46 


25-59 


A 


L 


1987-88 


72-69 


A 


W 




45-38 


H 


W 




83-90 


H 


L 


1946-47 


38-40 


H 


L 


1988-89 


72-82 


H 


L 


1947-48 


42-53 


A 


L 




60-86 


A 


L 


1949-50 


46-58 


A 


L 


1989-90 


80-91 


A 


L 




67-57 


H 


W 


111-114 (ot) 


H 


L 


1950-51 


40-49 


H 


L 




84-104 


N-acc' 


L 


1951-52 


51-56 


A 


L 


1990-91 


78-94 


H 


L 




48-51 


N 


L 




81-101 


A 


L 



119 



Maro\tiuvL T&r&pwS 


1991-92 66-83 H 


L 


1940-41 


28-61 


A 


L 


1971-72 7946 H 


W 


1959-60 63-72 


N-blgr 


L 


1992-93 72-67 H 


W 


89-91 A 


L 


1941-42 


29-47 


H 


L 


1972-73 99-73 A 


W 


1980-81 64-99 


N-ncaa" 


L 


vs. Loyola (Md.) 




87-94 N-acc' 


L 


1942-43 


4348 


A 


L 


1973-74 115-83 H 


W 


vs. Iowa 






Maryland leads, 7-5 




1992-93 62-78 H 


L 


194546 


48-35 


H 


W 


1974-75 104-71 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






1913-14 NA A 


L 


79-95 A 


L 


1946-47 


4443 


H 


W 


1975-76 72-63 A 


W 


1984-85 78-68 


N-rain 


W 


1930-31 30-33 H 


L 


1993-94 62-76 A 


L 




48-63 


H 


L 


1977-78 91-87 A 


w 


vs. Jacksonville 






1931-32 27-28 H 


L 


69-73 H 


L 


1947-48 


49-65 


A 


L 


1978-79 65-68 N 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-1 






194748 52-63 H 


L 


1994-95 74-72 H 


W 




35-59 


H 


L 


1979-80 71-83 N-armory L 


1971-72 91-77 


N-nit 1 


W 


194849 75-77 A 


L 


94-92 A 


W 


1948-49 


54-66 


H 


L 


68-74 N-ncaa 2 


L 


1989-90 68-53 


H 


W 


1958-59 5440 N-sb 


W 


vs. Duquesne 




1949-50 


51-71 


H 


L 


1993-94 84-83 (ot) A-cap 


W 


1990-91 70-71 


A 


L 


1970-71 88-69 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 6-0 




1950-51 


47-67 


A 


L 


vs. Georgia 




vs. James Madison 






1971-72 73-60 A 


W 


1971-72 85-71 H 


w 


1951-52 


56-57 


H 


L 


Georgia leads, 3-2 




Maryland leads, 1-0 






1984-85 88-74 A 


W 


1972-73 81-71 A 


w 


1952-53 


62-63 


A 


L 


1923-24 25-29 N-sct 


L 


1986-87 90-76 


A 


W 


1987-88 74-60 N-mci 


W 


1973-74 98-72 H 


w 




66-53 


H 


W 


1926-27 34-33 H 


W 


vs. Johns Hopkins 






1993-94 94-71 H 


W 


1974-75 103-82 A 


w 


1953-54 


68-61 


H 


W 


1930-31 26-25 N-sct 


W 


Maryland leads, 15-4 




1994-95 92-62 H 


W 


1982-83 85-64 H 


w 




53-50 


H 


w 


1932-33 3640 H 


L 


1927-28 20-22 


A 


L 


vs. Maine 




1983-84 78-67 A 


w 


1954-55 


53-75 


A 


L 


1981-82 69-83 N-nit 


L 


23-19 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




vs. East Carolina 






67-73 


H 


L 


vs. Georgia State 




1928-29 20-30 


H 


L 


1969-70 97-68 H 


w 


Manyland leads, 6-0 




1955-56 


6248 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




19-18 


A 


W 


vs, Manhattan 




1975-76 127-84 H 


w 




6746 


A 


W 


1988-89 69-62 N-free 


W 


1929-30 41-24 


H 


W 


Maryland Jeads, 1-0 




1976-77 80-69 H 


w 


1956-57 


6848 


A 


W 


vs. Georgia Tech 




39-24 


A 


W 


1957-58 59-55 N-ncaa s 


w 


1977-78 130-106 H 


w 




84-67 


H 


W 


Georgia Tech leads, 26-15 




1930-31 32-27 


H 


W 


vs. Marshall 




1978-79 82-71 H 


w 


1957-58 


64-55 


H 


W 


1972-73 90-55 H-mdinv 


w 


1931-32 33-26 


A 


W 


Maryland Jeads, 2-0 




1979-80 85-72 H 


w 


1958-59 


65-66 


H 


L 


1974-75 105-67 H-mdinv 


w 


38-24 


H 


w 


1968-69 89-80 A-mit 


w 


1980-81 75-59 H 


w 


1959-60 


64-57 


A 


W 


1975-76 93-65 H 


w 


1932-33 27-37 


A 


L 


1980-81 114-89 H-mdinv 


w 


vs. Eastern Kentucky 






86-84 


H 


W 


1977-78 65-63 H-mdinv 


w 


35-31 


H 


W 


vs. Maryland Baltimore County 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1960-61 


80-68 


H 


W 


1979-80 70-60 H 


w 


1933-34 32-37 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 7-0 




1973-74 106-57 H 


w 




44-63 


A 


L 


83-73 A 


w 


32-19 


H 


W 


1986-87 78-64 H 


w 


vs. East Tennessee State 




1961-62 


67-56 


A 


W 


5249 N-acc 


w 


1934-35 41-35 


A 


W 


1988-89 78-66 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






81-67 


H 


w 


1980-81 66-55 A 


w 


32-19 


H 


W 


1989-90 113-61 H 


w 


1974-75 105-87 H 


w 


1962-63 


74-72 


H 


w 


72-64 H 


w 


1935-36 4540 


H 


w 


1990-91 92-60 H 


w 


1989-90 91-86 N-cham 


w 




68-67 


A 


w 


1981-82 4345 H 


L 


1936-37 54-31 


H 


w 


1992-93 103-80 H 


w 


vs. Evansville 




1963-64 


80-76 


A 


w 


63-64 A 


L 


1937-38 56-30 


H 


w 


1993-94 89-80 H 


w 


The series is tied, 1-1 




1964-65 


82-80 


H 


w 


1982-83 77-68 H 


w 


1982-83 108-65 


H 


w 


1994-95 102-77 H 


w 


1953-54 66-58 N-aacity 


w 


1965-66 


107-81 


A 


w 


60-70 A 


L 


vs. Kansas 






vs. Maryland Eastern Shore 




1991-92 64-75 N-fiesta 


L 


1966-67 


78-52 


H 


w 


58-64 N-acc 4 


L 


Kansas leads, 3-0 






Maryland leads, 12-0 




vs. Farleigh Dickinson 




1967-68 


84-63 


A 


w 


1983-84 70-71 (2ot) A 


L 


1964-65 61-63 


H 


L 


1979-80 82-58 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




1968-69 


99-96 


H 


w 


79-74 H 


W 


1965-66 62-71 


A 


L 


1980-81 81-65 H 


w 


1980-81 109-83 H 


w 


1969-70 


92-71 


A 


w 


1984-85 69-70 N-ram 


L 


1984-85 56-58 


N-shoot 


L 


1981-82 76-64 H 


w 


1985-86 74-51 H 


w 


1970-71 


69-67 


H 


w 


60-72 H 


L 


vs. Kansas State 






1982-83 91-70 H 


w 


1986-87 70-59 H 


w 


1971-72 


118-96 


A 


w 


4348 A 


L 


Kansas State Jeads, 1-0 




1983-84 104-69 H 


w 


vs. Florida 




1972-73 


88-79 


H 


w 


1985-86 67-68 A 


L 


1965-66 63-57 


A 


L 


1984-85 8748 H 


w 


Florida Jeads, 1-0 




1973-74 


92-71 


A 


w 


70-77 H 


L 


vs. Kentucky 






1985-86 9144 H 


w 


1931-32 24-39 N-sct 


L 


1975-76 


82-72 


A 


w 


62-64 N-acc 


L 


KentucJry leads, 5-3 






1986-87 117-51 H 


w 


vs. Florida State 




1976-77 


76-86 


H 


L 


1986-87 72-76 A 


L 


1927-28 37-7 


H 


W 


1987-88 101-51 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 6-3 




1977-78 


90-101 


A 


L 


74-78 H 


L 


1929-30 21-26 


N-sct 


L 


1988-89 97-53 H 


w 


1991-92 83-91 (ot) H 


L 


1978-79 


84-72 


H 


w 


1987-88 83-96 H 


L 


1930-31 29-27 


N-sct 


W 


1991-92 115-60 H 


w 


93-85 A 


W 


vs. Georgetown 






82-104 A 


L 


1955-56 61-62 


H 


L 


1992-93 94-63 H 


w 


1992-93 85-105 A 


L 


Maryland leads, 32-24 




84-67 N-acc" 


W 


1956-57 55-76 


A 


L 


vs. Massachusetts 




84-87 H 


L 


1910-11 


25-31 


A 


L 


1988-89 74-87 A 


L 


1957-58 71-62 


H 


W 


The series is tied, 2-2 




1993-94 80-74 H 


W 


1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 


66-67 H 


L 


1958-59 56-58 


A 


L 


1989-90 91-81 H-nit 


w 


69-66 A 


W 


1934-35 


24-25 


H 


L 


1989-90 84-90 H 


L 


1987-88 81-90 


N-ncaa 3 


L 


1993-94 80-94 N-hf 


L 


1994-95 70-57 A 


W 


1935-36 


47-39 


A 


W 


78-80 A 


L 


vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 




1993-94 95-87 N-ncaa ! 


w 


80-65 H 


W 


1936-37 


27-39 


H 


L 


1990-91 65-80 A 


L 


Maryland Jeads, 1-0 






1994-95 74-85 N-bal 


L 


71-64 N-acc- 


W 


1937-38 


39-57 


A 


L 


96-93 H 


W 


1953-54 54-37 


A-aacity 


W 


vs. Memphis State 




vs. Fordham 




1938-39 


25-39 


H 


L 


1991-92 67-92 A 


L 


vs. Kent State 






Memphis State leads, 2-0 




Maryland leads, 7-1 




1939-40 


28-27 


A 


W 


65-67 H 


L 


Maryland Jeads, 1-0 






1957-58 4647 (3ot) N-sb 


L 


1956-57 62-68 H 


L 


1940-41 


34-51 


A 


L 


1992-93 75-85 H 


L 


1972-73 76-58 


H 


W 


1966-67 53-55 A-msi 


L 


1957-58 61-58 A 


W 


1941-42 


5142 


A 


W 


79-93 A 


L 


vs. Lafayette 






vs. Miami (Fla.) 




1959-60 76-54 N-blgr 


w 


1942-43 


3646 


H 


L 


1993-94 91-88 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 






The series is tied, 3-3 




1969-70 94-71 H-mdrnv 


w 


1947-48 


40-52 


A 


L 


71-83 H 


L 


1924-25 30-15 


H 


w 


1953-54 63-57 A 


W 


1972-73 83-72 A 


w 


1948-49 


51-53 


A 


L 


1994-95 80-67 H 


W 


1981-82 82-58 


H 


w 


1961-62 71-68 A 


w 


1973-74 112-73 H 


w 




52-56 


H 


L 


91-100 A 


L 


1990-91 6448 


H 


w 


1964-65 73-80 A-hc 


L 


1974-75 65-46 A 


w 


1949-50 


71-65 


A 


W 


vs. Gonzaga 




vs. Lamar 






1967-68 73-93 A 


L 


1975-76 81-56 H 


w 


1950-51 


5847 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




Maryland Jeads, 1-0 






1968-69 35-92 N-mit 


L 


vs. Gallaudet 




1951-52 


55-40 


H 


W 


1994-95 87-63 N-ncaa ls 


W 


1988-89 74-65 


N-sbt 


w 


1970-71 111-77 H 


W 


The series is tied, 7-7 






61-71 


A 


L 


vs. Hawaii 




vs. La Salle 






vs. Miami (Ohio) 




1910-11 30-56 A 


L 


1952-53 


45-54 


H 


L 


Maryland Jeads, 1-0 




Maryland leads, 3-0 






Maryland Jeads, 2-0 




27-54 H 


L 




4849 


A 


L 


1984-85 79-71 A-rain 


W 


1983-84 96-83 


H-mdinv 


w 


1979-80 115-76 H-mdinv 


W 


1913-14 NA A 


L 


1953-54 


56-58 


A 


L 


vs. Hawaii-Pacific 




1992-93 93-76 


A 


w 


1985-85 69-68 (ot) N-ncaa" 


W 


NA A 


L 




53-50 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1994-95 96-80 


H 


w 


vs. Michigan 




NA H 


L 


1954-55 


6043 


H 


W 


1985-86 92-85 A-hpac 


w 


vs. Lehigh 






Michigan Jeads. 3-1 




1918-19 27-26 NA 


W 


1955-56 


62-57 


A 


W 


vs. Hofstra 




1970-71 85-66 


H 


w 


1926-27 25-39 A 


L 


9-33 NA 


L 




72-61 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




vs. Long Island 






1933-34 29-25 H 


W 


1923-24 42-28 NA 


W 


1956-57 


82-69 


H 


W 


1981-82 94-52 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 7-0 






1937-38 26-33 H 


L 


1924-25 25-14 H 


W 




62-59 


A 


W 


1993-94 93-67 N-hf 


w 


1971-72 78-60 


H 


w 


1993-94 70-78 N-ncaa" 


L 


1925-26 40-13 H 


w 


1957-58 


55-45 


A 


W 


vs. Holy Cross 




1972-73 100-73 


H 


w 


vs. Michigan State 




1926-27 39-26 H 


w 




56-46 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 4-0 




1974-75 99-84 


H 


w 


MicJiigan State leads, 1-0 




1927-28 45-20 H 


w 


1958-59 


61-53 


H 


w 


1971-72 102-79 A 


w 


1975-76 111-88 


H 


w 


1955-56 75-95 H-mwf 


L 


1930-31 38-27 H 


w 




67-56 


A 


w 


1973-74 102-75 H-mdinv 


w 


1976-77 4945 


H 


w 


vs. Minnesota 




1944-45 26-27 H 


L 


1959-60 


5948 


H 


w 


1982-83 55-53 A 


w 


1977-78 94-64 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




vs. George Mason 




1960-61 


78-67 


A 


w 


1984-85 99-75 H 


w 


1981-82 87-79 


H 


w 


1960-61 64-53 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 






5547 


H 


w 


vs. Houston 




vs. Louisiana State 






1961-62 75-69 H 


W 


1981-82 74-62 H 


W 


1961-62 


78-79 


H 


L 


The series is tied, 1-3 




The series is tied, 2-2 




vs. Mississippi 




1985-86 81-80 A 


w 




83-70 


A 


w 


1965-66 69-68 N-sb 


w 


1930-31 37-33 


N-sct 


w 


The series is tied, 1-1 




1989-90 104-86 N-cham 


w 


1962-63 


70-79 


A 


L 


1982-83 50-60 N-ncaa 10 


L 


1963-64 75-65 


N-vpi 


w 


1928-29 35-37 NA 


L 


vs. George Washington 






73-72 


H 


W 


vs. Howard 




1987-88 54-55 


A 


L 


1987-88 74-69 N-mci 


W 


Maryland leads, 31-23 




1963-64 


72-83 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1988-89 77-79 


H 


L 


vs. Mississippi State 




1913-14 NA H 


L 




78-81 


H 


L 


1992-93 109-69 H 


W 


vs. Louisville 






Mississippi State leads, 2-0 




1918-19 20-53 NA 


L 


1964-65 


85-67 


A 


W 


vs. Illinois 




LouisviUe leads, 5-1 






1958-59 45-56 N-sb 


L 


11-25 NA 


L 


1965-66 


77-59 


H 


W 


Illinois leads, 1-0 




1961-62 64-83 


N-sb 


L 


1961-62 62-64 N-sb 


L 


1923-24 41-22 NA 


W 


1966-67 


49-80 


A 


L 


1983-84 70-72 N-ncaa' ; 


L 


1974-75 82-96 


N-ncaa" 


L 


vs. Missouri 




19-20 NA 


L 


1967-68 


68-60 


H 


W 


vs. Indiana 




1978-79 84-99 


H 


L 


Missouri leads, 2-0 




1938-39 24-37 A 


L 


1969-70 


81-71 


H 


W 


Indiana leds, 3-0 




1980-81 67-78 


A 


L 


1987-88 85-93 A 


L 


1939-40 26-44 H 


L 


1970-71 


79-96 


A 


L 


1934-35 25-30 H 


L 


1991-92 79-96 


A 


L 


1988-89 73-87 H 


L 



120 



MoJtulmtL TwrofwiS 



TERPS RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



vs. Monmouth (N.J.) 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 74-70 H 

vs. Montana State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1956-57 89-72 N-aacity 

vs. Morgan State 
Maryland leads 4-0 
1988-89 73-61 H 

1992-93 103-63 H 
1993-94 85-62 H 

1994-95 138-72 H 
vs. Mount Saint Joseph 
Mt. St Joseph's leads, 2-3 
1910-11 22-20 H 

1913-14 NA H 

NA A 
vs. Mount Saint Mary's 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1987-88 82-54 A 

1991-92 83-53 H 

vs. Navy 
Maryland leads, 30-26 



1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
194041 
194142 
194243 
194344 
194445 
194546 
194647 
194748 
194849 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 

1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 

1965-66 
1966-67 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1978-79 
1980-81 
1982-83 
1984-85 



16-23 

21-12 

30-32 

26-35 

30-27 

43-39 

33-36 

26-15 H 

21-59 A 

2746 

3643 

32-20 

37-53 

34-37 

3747 

27-52 

47-61 

63-54 

35-69 

33-70 

3544 

27-55 

47-51 

46-52 

62-75 

47-51 

4845 

47-51 

61-60 

60-54 

80-61 

55-56 

88-58 H 

64-51 A 

50-53 H 

51-50 A 

63-62 H 

58-67 A 

67-61 H 

55-68 A 

77-58 H 

70-57 A 

74-69 H 

76-72 H 

68-72 A 

73-57 H 



85-60 

76-67 
72-50 
83-73 
87-69 



64-54 N-cap 

82-62 H 

86-64 H 

98-73 H 



64-59 N-ncaa" 
vs. Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) 
Nevada Las Vegas leads, 4-1 
1977-78 81-68 H 

1978-79 88-94 A 

1984-85 76-78 A 

1985-86 63-64 A 

64-70 N-ncaa' 
vs. New Mexico A&M 
New Mexico A&M leads, 1-0 



W 
L 
L 
L 
L 



1956-57 4345 N-aacity I 

vs. New York University 
New York University leads, 2-0 



1910-11 7-25 H 

1937-38 2742 H 

vs. Niagara 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1971-72 100-69 N-nit' 
vs. North Carolina 
North Carolina leads, 99-42 



1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 



1928-29 
1929-30 



1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 



1937-38 
1938-39 



1940-41 



194142 
194243 



194445 
194546 



20-26 
16-21 
23-22 
23-20 
23-32 
23-19 
22-28 
36-33 
29-22 
33-31 
19-18 
26-25 
26-32 
42-29 
24-28 
31-39 
3244 
2441 
3544 
2443 
34-32 
6641 
36-55 
2944 
30-34 
4740 
40-31 
28-53 
28-64 
31-33 



H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

N-sct 

H 

A 

H 

H 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

A 

H 



194647 
194748 



27-54 N-sct 
42-58 A 



194849 



1949-50 



1950-51 



1951-52 
1952-53 



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 



61-57 
42-58 
47-51 
47-55 
52-66 
61-79 
53-55 
56-69 
67-59 
56-55 
47-51 
71-51 
49-59 
68-66 
70-60 
63-61 
62-68 
55-64 
61-70 
61-65 (2ot) 
74-61 
59-66 
86-74 
57-64 
69-51 
66-75 
64-81 
57-81 
52-58 
56-63 
79-62 
67-70 
56-78 
68-82 
88-97 
74-64 
76-68 
90-81 
52-67 
77-66 
70-77 
77-85 
78-79 
67-73 
60-83 
87-107 



H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-sct 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc' 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-dc 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 



L 

L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 

L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



1969-70 



1970-71 



1971-72 



1972-73 



1973-74 



1974-75 
1975-76 



1976-77 



1977-78 
1978-79 



1979-! 



1980-81 



1981-82 



1982-83 



1983-84 
1984-85 



1935-S6 



1986-87 



1987-88 



86-88 H 

69-77 H 

83-90 A 

79-105 A 

76-100 H 

72-92 A 

79-77 (ot) H 

64-73 N-acc 

94-88 H 

85-95 A 

73-82 A 

91-80 H 

105-85 N-acc 2 

66-69 H 

96-74 A 

93-95 (ot) A 

69-81 H 

68-71 H 

70-97 A 

71-85 A 

64-66 H 

53-54 H 

67-76 A 

79-102 N-acc 

92-86 A 

70-69 H 

66-75 A 

63-76 H 

60-61 N-ace 

50-66 H 

56-59 A 

71-72 A 

106-94 H 

62-74 H 

63-78 A 

74-75 H 

64-60 A 

67-71 H 

77-72 (ot) A 

85-75 N-acc 

86-93 H 

65-98 A 

63-82 N-acc 

65-71 H 

73-74 A 

64-74 N-acc 

72-88 A 

75-86 H 

58-88 N-acc* 



1989-90 
1990-91 



80-76 A 
73-105 A 

75-87 H 
1991-92 76-96 A 

82-80 H 
1992-93 73-101 A 

63-77 H 
66-102 n-acc' 
1993-94 70-75 H 

89-95 A 
1994-95 90-100 A 

86-73 H 
92-97 (ot) N-acc' 
vs. North Carolina Charlotte 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1975-76 70-60 H 

vs. North Carolina Greensboro 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1991-92 84-55 H 

vs. North Carolina State 
N.C. State leads, 66-49 



1924-25 
1926-27 
1927-28 
1929-30 

1936-37 



1938-39 

193940 
194344 
1944-45 

194546 



16-30 N-sct 

23-38 A 

36-24 H 

26-28 H 

21-19 A 

33-35 A 



41-35 H 

3542 N-sct 

40-46 A 

53-29 N-sct 

43-36 A 

2342 N-sct 

3246 A 

42-57 H 

47-39 A 

37-33 H 

27-54 N-sct 



L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 



194647 
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 
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 



100 



43-55 
45-54 
68-64 
58-78 
64-73 
71-62 
79-66 
5649 
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 
87-80 
75-73 
72-82 
82-88 
73-80 

109-108 

124-110 
82-81 
62-67 
66-62 
82-75 
76-72 
53-74 
38-52 
2840 
86-81 
67-58 
59-55 
63-50 
69-63 
58-56 
71-70 
55-67 
67-66 
47-69 
72-85 
81-83 
68-74 
67-90 
77-94 
7149 
61-81 
96-95 

104-100 



N-sct 

N-sct 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 

N-dc 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

n-acc 1 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc' 

A 

H 

A 

H 

n-acc' 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc 

A 

H 

N-acc' 

H 

A 

N-acc 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc 

A 

H 

N-acc 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc* 

A 

H 

H 



L 
L 

W 
L 

W 
W 

w 
w 

L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 

v: 

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 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 

L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

w 

L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 

w 



91-114 
88-94 
77-74 
70-65 
88-71 
76-55 
102-70 
71-79 
84-67 
84-71 
vs. Northestem 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1985-86 84-72 

vs. Northwestern 
Northwestern leads, 1-0 
1958-59 62-66 A 

vs. Notre Dame 
Notre Dame leds, 8-7 



1991-92 
1992-93 



1993-94 



1994-95 



A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-acc' 

H 

A 

A 

H 



H 



L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 



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 



H 

N-ncaa' ' 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 



W 

w 
w 

L 

L 

v: 

L 

L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 



90-82 

83-71 

69-63 

79-80 

54-69 

67-66 

63-64 

70-73 

51-55 

68-67 

47-52 

77-65 

62-69 

50-63 

78-75 
vs. Old Dominion 
Maryland leads, 4-1 
1982-83 87-67 H 

1983-84 69-58 A 

1984-85 87-75 H 

1986-87 73-87 A 

1987-88 70-65 A 

vs. Ohio State 
Ohio State leads, 3-2 
1934-35 50-41 H W 

1978-79 72-79 H-nit L 

1983-84 68-72 N-meadowL 

1984-85 76-73 H W 

1985-86 66-78 A L 

vs, Ohio University 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1981-82 90-64 

vs. Oklahoma 
The series is tied, 3-1 
1992-93 89-78 N-balt 

1993-94 85-88 N-myriad 

vs. Oklahoma State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1966-67 5049 N-msi 

vs. Penn State 
The series is tied, 8-8 



H 



W 
W 
W 

L 
W 



1913-14 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1989-90 



NA 
6447 
65-71 
61-62 
62-91 
72-71 
61-65 
76-53 
71-76 
66-56 
89-80 
69-61 
56-55 
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-mt 



vs. Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania leads, 12-1 



1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1938-39 
193940 
194041 
194243 
194647 
194849 
1949-50 
1950-51 



26-21 
26-30 
18-20 
24-36 
3441 
3243 
49-51 
54-80 
67-81 
52-54 
74-65 



L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 



W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



121 



MajrulmsL TtWOJpMS 


1951-62 52-53 A 


L 


NA 


NA 


L 


1989-90 84-66 H 


W 


1928-29 


30-22 


A 


W 




68-77 A 


L 


1952-53 53-70 A 


L 


1927-28 25-22 


H 


W 


1990-91 87-81 A 


W 




22-25 


H 


L 


1977-78 


64-66 A 


L 


vs. Perm Military Academy 




1928-29 20-18 


H 


W 


vs. Southern California (USC) 




1929-30 


54-20 


H 


W 




70-79 H 


L 


Perm Military Academy leads 


3-0 


1929-30 41-25 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 






51-29 


H 


w 


1978-79 


63-69 H 


L 


1910-11 19-50 A 


L 


1931-32 24-20 


H 


W 


1978-79 83-79 H-mdinv 


W 


1930-31 


31-34 


A 


L 




72-75 A 


L 


vs. Peppredine 




1932-33 34-22 


H 


W 


1989-90 64-62 A 


w 




34-21 


H 


W 


1980-81 


64-66 H 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1933-34 32-37 


H 


L 


1990-91 72-59 H 


w 


1931-32 


36-31 


A 


W 




63-74 A 


L 


1985-86 69-64 N-ncaa 3 


W 


1934-35 17-24 


H 


L 


vs. Southern Illinois 






46-18 


H 


W 




85-62 N-acc 3 


W 


vs. Pittsburgh 




1935-36 40-28 


H 


W 


Southern Illinois leads, 1-0 




1932-33 


19-26 


A 


L 


1981-82 


4045 A 


L 


Maryland leads, 3-1 




1936-37 37-39 


A 


L 


1967-68 72-73 N-sun 


L 




37-28 


H 


W 




4746 H 


W 


1976-77 88-75 H 


W 


1937-38 38-29 


H 


W 


vs. Stanford 




1933-34 


43-20 


A 


w 


1982-83 


64-83 H 


L 


1977-78 86-89 (ot) A 


L 


1971-72 90-69 


H-mdinv 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






28-25 


H 


w 


81-83 


A L 




1979-90 95-88 H 


W 


vs. St. Joseph's 






1985-86 67-65 N-hpac 


w 


1934-35 


44-24 


H 


w 


1983-84 


67-66 A 


W 


1980-81 69-66 (ot) A 


w 


Maryland leads, 3-1 






vs. Staunton Military Academy 




33-32 


A 


w 




74-65 H 


w 


vs. Princeton 




1971-72 67-55 


N-nitl 


W 


Staunton Military Academy 




1935-36 


40-34 


H 


w 


1984-85 


71-58 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 3-2 




1978-79 62-56 (ot) 


H-mdinv 


W 


leads, 1-0 




1936-37 


37-23 


H 


w 




60-55 A 


w 


1925-26 32-26 H 


w 


1980-81 74-57 


H-mdinv 


W 


1910-11 24-58 A 


L 


1937-38 


39-23 


A 


w 


1985-86 


49-70 A 


L 


1968-69 63-72 H 


L 


1982-83 56-64 


H 


L 


vs. Stevens Institute 




1938-39 


31-21 


H 


w 




87-72 H 


W 


1969-70 67-75 A 


L 


vs. St. Louis 






Maryland leads, 4-1 




194041 


1847 


A 


L 


1986-87 


64-71 H 


L 


1975-76 66-59 H-mdinv 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






1924-25 21-17 A 


W 


194142 


35-34 


A 


W 




77-82 A 


L 


1976-77 58-45 H 


w 


1993-94 74-66 


N-ncaa 3 


W 


21-17 H 


w 




36-26 


H 


w 


1987-88 


72-84 A 


L 


vs. Providence 




vs. St. Peter's 






1925-26 24-27 H 


L 


194243 


5349 


H 


w 




69-63 H 


W 


Tie series is tied, 1-1 




Maryland leads, 1-0 






1926-27 27-18 H 


W 




5642 


A 


w 


1988-89 


58-64 (ot) H 


L 


1972-73 89-103 N-ncaa' 


L 


1981-82 4942 


H 


W 


1927-28 31-24 H 


w 


194344 


20-52 


A 


L 




59-86 A 


L 


1991-92 76-66 N-accbe : 


W 


vs. San Francisco 






vs. Syracuse 






2649 


H 


L 


1989-90 


74-72 A 


W 


vs. Randolph Macon 




Maryland leads, 1-0 






Maryland leads, 5-0 




194445 


26-57 


A 


L 




89-74 H 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-1 




1973-74 78-60 


A-ccc 


w 


1971-72 71-65 N-nitl 


w 




33-61 


H 


L 


1990-91 


62-76 H 


L 


1928-29 20-33 H 


L 


vs. Santa Clara 






1972-73 90-76 H-mdinv 


w 


194546 


4548 


A 


L 




78-74 (ot) A 


W 


1937-38 43-27 H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






91-75 N-ncaa f 


w 




37-36 


H 


W 


1991-92 


75-82 A 


L 


1983-84 58-52 H-mdinv 


W 


1973-74 53-32 


A-ccc 


w 


1976-77 96-85 H-mdinv 


w 


194748 


44-64 


A 


L 




74-76 H 


L 


1985-86 74-50 H 


w 


vs. Seton Hall 






1980-81 83-73 A-cc 


w 




56-68 


H 


L 


1992-93 


68-70 H 


L 


vs. Rhode Island 




Maryland leads, 2-0 






vs. Tampa 




194849 


47-53 


H 


L 




74-88 A 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1970-71 56-66 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






43-79 


A 


L 


1993-94 


66-73 A 


L 


1954-55 83-66 N-aacity 


w 


1975-76 104-69 


H-mdinv 


w 


1953-54 61-51 A 


w 


1949-50 


56-60 


A 


L 




70-68 H 


W 


1978-79 67-65 (ot) H-nit 


w 


vs. South Carolina 






1970-71 80-72 H 


w 




70-52 


H 


W 




63-68 N-acc 3 


L 


vs. Richmond 




Maryland leads, 31-25 




vs. Temple 




1950-51 


59-57 


H 


W 


1994-95 


71-62 H 


W 


Maryland leads, 25-14 




1924-25 38-22 


H 


w 


The series is tied, 1-1 






5643 


A 


w 




67-92 A 


L 


1923-24 24-22 NA 


w 


1932-33 28-65 


N-sct 


L 


1957-58 67-71 N-ncaa 3 


L 


1951-52 


5942 


A 


w 


vs. Virginia Military Institute 




1925-26 30-14 H 


w 


1934-35 35-21 


H 


W 


1979-80 85-63 H-mdinv 


w 




63-53 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 39-30 




1933-34 34-44 H 


L 


193940 30-33 


A 


L 


vs. Tennessee 




1952-53 


71-61 


H 


w 


1910-11 


17-14 A 


W 


1934-35 26-56 H 


L 


194748 68-54 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-3 






59-56 


A 


w 


1913-14 


NA A 


L 


1935-36 28-24 H 


W 


54-53 


A 


W 


1963-64 59-70 N-vpi 


L 


1953-54 


70-64 


H 


w 


1923-24 


12-21 NA 


L 


1936-37 40-51 A 


L 


194849 7949 


H 


W 


1979-80 86-75 N-ncaa 5 


W 




70-56 


A 


w 




34-19 N-sct 


W 


1937-38 26-31 H 


L 


57-56 


A 


W 


1984-85 7249 N-shoot 


W 


1954-55 


72-69 


A 


w 


1925-26 


30-21 A 


W 


1938-39 3441 A 


L 


1949-50 56-61 


H 


L 


vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga 






78-65 


H 


w 


1927-28 


23-9 A 


W 


47-32 N-sct 


W 


44-59 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






67-68 


N-acc 3 


L 


1928-29 


30-27 A 


W 


1939-40 35-19 H 


W 


1950-51 43-70 


A 


L 


1980-81 81-69 N-ncaa 


W 


1955-56 


67-55 


H 


w 


1929-30 


34-23 A 


W 


1940-41 36-48 H 


L 


47-37 


H 


W 


1982-83 52-51 N-ncaa" 


W 




50-73 


A 


L 


1930-31 


38-18 A 


W 


1941-42 41-23 A 


W 


1953-54 5349 


A 


W 


vs. Texas El-Paso 




1956-57 


67-63 


A 


W 




40-20 H 


W 


17-38 A 


L 


7948 


H 


w 


Texas El Paso leads, 2-0 






43-39 


N-aacity 


w 


1931-32 


43-28 A 


W 


1942-43 32-28 H 


W 


1954-55 68-51 


H 


w 


1967-68 53-70 A-sun 


L 




84-64 


H 


w 




38-20 H 


W 


1943-44 34-65 A 


L 


68-52 


A 


w 


1988-89 51-69 A-sbt 


L 




71-68 


N-acc 3 


L 


1932-33 


29-30 A 


L 


194546 37-31 H 


W 


1955-56 76-57 


H 


w 


vs. Texas 




1957-58 


87-66 


A 


W 




45-29 H 


W 


1946-47 39-41 H 


L 


59-53 


A 


w 


1994-95 82-68 N-ncaa' 3 


W 




69-56 


H 


W 


1933-34 


36-27 H 


W 


49-68 A 


L 


1956-57 60-68 


A 


L 


vs. Texas Christian 






70-66 


N-acc 3 


W 


1934-35 


39-24 H 


W 


1947-48 60-53 H 


W 


66-59 


H 


W 


1987-88 74-67 N-free 


W 


1968-59 


63-56 


H 


W 


1935-36 


44-29 H 


w 


1948-49 45-54 H 


L 


64-74 


N-acc 3 


L 


vs. Texas Tech 






50-62 


A 


L 




53-32 A 


w 


66-51 A 


W 


1957-58 72-59 


A 


w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






65-66 


N-acc 3 


L 


1936-37 


48-28 A 


w 


1949-50 49-59 A 


L 


99-59 


H 


w 


1954-55 58-54 N-aacity 


W 


1959-60 


70-62 


H 


W 




45-28 H 


w 


6748 H 


W 


1958-59 59-41 


A 


w 


vs. Towson State 






4443 


A 


W 


1937-38 


42-27 A 


w 


1950-51 48-42 A 


W 


7545 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 10-0 




1960-61 


57-52 


A 


w 




45-33 H 


w 


42-33 H 


w 


1959-60 85-52 


H 


w 


1981-82 75-59 H 


w 




77-62 


H 


w 


1938-39 


53-35 H 


w 


1951-52 54-50 H 


w 


72-55 


A 


w 


1982-83 65-56 H 


w 


1961-62 


91-70 


A 


w 


193940 


60-33 A 


w 


42-33 H 


w 


1960-61 72-58 


H 


w 


1984-85 91-38 H 


w 




68-72 


H 


L 




27-25 H 


w 


1952-53 63-60 A 


w 


61-64 


A 


L 


1985-86 91-58 H 


w 


1962-63 


67-61 


A 


w 


194041 


30-64 A 


L 


46-49 H 


L 


1961-62 77-86 


A 


L 


1986-87 79-71 H 


w 




69-71 


H 


L 




2741 H 


L 


1953-54 72-64 A 


w 


68-85 


A 


L 


1990-91 93-69 H 


w 


1963-64 


68-58 


H 


W 


194142 


4146 A 


L 


71-73 H 


L 


1962-63 68-63 


H 


W 


1991-92 83-76 H 


w 




73-79 


A 


L 




39-36 H 


W 


1970-71 99-67 H 


W 


51-44 


A 


w 


1992-93 78-68 H 


w 


1964-65 


59-61 


A 


L 


194243 


34-35 A 


L 


1971-72 76-61 H 


W 


1963-64 69-73 


H 


L 


1993-94 109-71 N-balt 


w 




5247 


H 


W 




35-36 H 


L 


1972-73 82-50 A 


w 


64-74 


A 


L 


1994-95 120-73 H 


w 


1965-66 


62-65 


H 


L 


194344 


46-36 H 


W 


1973-74 96-60 A 


w 


1964-65 75-70 


A 


W 


vs. Tulsa 






71-64 


A 


W 




31-29 A 


W 


1974-75 106-81 H 


w 


73-59 


H 


W 


Tulsa leads, 1-0 




1966-67 


85-65 


A 


w 


194445 


46-28 H 


W 


1975-76 98-71 A 


w 


1965-66 78-63 


A 


W 


1964-65 73-80 N-hc 


L 




87-76 


H 


w 




27-35 A 


L 


1976-77 90-87 H 


w 


5642 


H 


W 


vs. Utah 




1967-68 


85-76 


H 


w 


194647 


61-50 A 


W 


1981-82 66-50 A-nit 


w 


1966-67 63-65 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






68-70 


A 


L 




5345 H 


W 


vs. Rider 




53-80 


A 


L 


1994-95 90-78 N-maui 


w 


1968-69 


77-78 


H 


L 


194748 


5346 A 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




54-57 


N-acc 3 


L 


vs. Vanderbilt 






78-84 


A 


L 




6348 H 


w 


1991-92 83-69 H 


w 


1967-68 66-65 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1969-70 


69-71 


A 


L 


194849 


5345 A 


w 


1993-94 93-79 H 


w 


59-68 


A 


L 


1957-58 71-56 N-sb 


w 




79-71 


H 


W 




61-62 A 


L 


vs. Rutgers 




1968-69 67-79 


A 


L 


vs. Villanova 




1970-71 


63-78 


A 


L 


1949-50 


65-53 H 


w 


The series is tied, 3-3 




67-69 


H 


L 


Vilianova leads, 2-1 






89-84 


H 


W 




61-62 A 


L 


1939-40 51-39 A 


w 


71-92 


N-acc' 


L 


1984-85 77-74 H 


w 


1971-72 


57-78 


A 


L 


1950-51 


4641 A 


W 


194041 45-50 H 


L 


1969-70 68-101 


H 


L 


1984-85 4346 N-ncaa ;; 


L 




4542 


H 


W 




6546 H 


W 


1950-51 5145 H 


w 


44-55 


A 


L 


1985-86 62-64 A 


L 




62-57 


N-acc 3 


w 


1951-62 


57-39 A 


W 


1951-52 55-61 A 


L 


1970-71 70-96 


A 


L 


vs. Virginia 




1972-73 


93-74 


H 


w 




6446 H 


W 


1990-91 88-81 N-ecac 


W 


31-30 


H 


W 


Marlyand leads, 85-58 






91-81 


A 


w 


1952-53 


54-37 A 


W 


1991-92 79-95 N-fiesta 


L 


63-71 


N-acc 1 


L 


1923-24 13-26 NA 


L 


1973-74 


88-81 


A 


w 




6741 H 


w 


vs. St. Francis (Pa.) 




1987-88 82-77 


H 


W 


1924-25 24-18 H 


w 




110-75 


H 


w 


vs. Virginia Tech 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1988-89 51-57 


A 


L 


36-25 A 


w 


1974-75 


86-79 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 23-3 




1955-56 75-66 H-mwf 


W 


1989-90 51-52 


N-cfc 


L 


1925-26 28-34 A 


L 




70-51 


A 


w 


1925-26 


19-17 A 


w 


vs. St. John's 




1990-91 78-69 


N-ecac 


W 


30-21 H 


W 


1975-76 


69-66 


A 


w 




30-14 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 8-5 




vs. South Florida 






1926-27 17-22 A 


L 




81-73 


H 


w 


1927-28 


29-20 A 


w 


1913-14 NA NA 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






29-28 H 


W 


1976-77 


65-73 
82-67 


N-acc' 
H 


L 
W 




30-10 H 


w 



122 



MaroikuvL Twrofv*S 



TERPS RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS 



1928-29 
1929-30 

1930-31 
1932-33 

1933-34 

1937-38 
193940 
1940-41 
1946-47 

194849 
1950-51 
1952-53 

1953-54 



29-39 
41-29 
34-23 
33-16 
40-20 
37-21 
29-24 
34-32 
42-35 
4941 
3948 
5749 
5542 
60-51 
57-66 
6546 
70-56 
60-52 
5441 



82-67 



1989-90 
1990-91 
vs. Wagner 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1980-81 96-73 

vs. Wake Forest 
Maryland leads, 46-44 



A-cc 



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-! 



1980-81 
1981-82 



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 
82-64 
93-85 
87-66 
86-78 
59-86 
64-78 
60-73 
87-74 
87-95 
71-93 

87-104 
96-88 
72-71 
66-72 
4946 
64-56 

105-76 
60-62 
73-65 
72-59 
77-68 
99-78 
89-73 
93-96 

105-91 
85-86 
81-80 
75-84 
91-89 
60-66 
54-53 
84-76 
83-77 
60-67 
94-80 
61-56 
4248 



N-sct 

A 

H 

N-aar 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H ' 

A 

N-acc 3 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-ace 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 



L 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

w 
w 
w 

L 

w 

w 
w 
w 
w 
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 
W 
W 
W 
W 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

L 

L 
W 
W 

L 
W 
W 
W 

L 
W 
W 

w 

W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 



1982-83 
1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 
1986-87 



1987-88 



1988-89 



1989-90 
1990-91 



1991-92 



1992-93 



1993-94 
1994-95 



66-79 
83-75 
87-90 
90-79 
66-64 
64-62 
69-66 
77-55 
5948 
68-75 
58-69 
93-76 
70-65 
60-70 
61-75 
88-82 
74-84 
62-74 
86-78 
78-86 
77-66 
76-86 
64-88 
61-58 
81-58 
76-66 
54-63 



A 

H 

A 

H 

N-aar 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 



vs. Washington College 
Maryland leads, 12-3 



1924-25 
1926-27 
1927-28 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 

1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
194041 
194142 



16-27 
18-22 
22-20 
32-33 
36-16 
35-27 
44-33 
43-27 
46-34 
56-30 
41-20 
4342 
47-37 
26-18 
28-25 



vs. Washington and Lee 
Maryland leads, 26-25 



1910-11 

1913-14 
1923-24 
1925-26 

1926-27 

1927-28 

1928-29 

1929-30 

1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 



1936-37 
1937-38 



1938-39 
193940 



194041 
194142 



194243 



194647 
194748 



194849 
1949-50 



1746 
24-29 
NA 
22-21 
40-27 
33-20 
44-32 
32-34 
38-24 
31-28 
2247 
1842 
25-29 
21-36 
36-21 
28-17 
42-38 
49-19 
4043 
3745 
29-33 
27-30 
54-55 
32-38 
27-51 
3541 
29-31 
36-32 
39-37 
2544 
4340 
41-59 
1542 
44-52 
28-30 
40-50 
55-35 
65-60 
48-63 
69-70 
64-38 
65-60 
6546 



A 
H 
A 

NA 
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 



L 
W 

L 
W 

7." 
',V 

w 

v; 
v; 

L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 

L 



L 

L 

v; 

L 
W 

•.',■ 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

'■:■; 
w 
w 
w 



L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

t 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

W 

W 

w 



1950-51 



1951-52 
1952-53 



1953-54 



H 
A 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 



5243 

65-83 

71-51 

5143 

5840 

87-56 

51-25 

7643 
vs. West Virginia 
West Virginia leads, 22-14 

1925-26 25-15 H 

1933-34 24-26 A 

1934-35 29-39 H 

1935-36 26-51 A 

194142 36-63 A 

2741 H 

194546 33-35 H 

194647 43-81 A 

1950-51 64-70 H 

1952-53 5345 H 

1953-54 71-87 A 

1963-64 74-72 H 

67-91 A 

1964-65 73-80 H 

86-78 A 

1965-66 74-76 A 

107-92 H 

1966-67 82-81 A 

58-61 H 

1967-68 79-75 H 

66-83 A 

1968-69 65-86 A 

91-84 H 

1969-70 83-76 H 

78-83 A 

1970-71 81-83 H 

1983-84 102-77 N-ncaa ,; 

1984-85 5647 H 

1985-86 4241 A 

1986-87 65-62 H 

1987-88 49-75 A 

1988-89 61-69 H 

1990-91 85-90 A 

1991-92 101-91 H 

1992-93 72-86 A 

vs. Western Kentucky 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1971-72 103-67 H-mdinv 

1977-78 91-78 H-mdinv 

vs. Western Maryland 
Maryland leads, 9-0 



1926-27 

1927-28 

1928-29 

1929-30 

1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 

1933-34 

1936-37 

vs. Wichita 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1968-69 95-83 

vs. William & Mary 

Maryland leads, 14-0 



32-25 
30-29 
32-17 
38-17 
45-35 
35-15 
37-32 
49-33 
48-36 



N-d 



1928-29 
1929-30 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1953-54 



30-20 
27-23 
41-39 
41-29 
45-38 
69-54 
74-55 
67-62 
52-51 
69-64 
50-43 
56-51 
5844 
7748 



W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



1954-55 

1955-56 

1980-81 

1981-82 

1982-83 

1983-84 

1985-86 

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 



W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 



v; 
w 



1960-61 
vs. Xavier 
Maryland leads, 1-0 



84-77 N-dc 



1976-77 
vs. Yale 
Maryland leads, 1-0 



84-74 H-mdinv W 



Neutral Court Legend 

aacity = All-America City Tournament. Owensboro, Kentucky 
accl = ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 
acc2 - ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 
acc3 = ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Colisuem) 
acc4 = ACC Tournament. Atlanta, Georgia (Omni) 
acc5 - ACC Tournament, Landover, Maryland (Capital Centre) 
accbel = ACC/Big East Challenge. Richmond, Virginia (Richmond 
Coliseum) 

accbe2 = ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Connecticut (Hartford Civic 
Center) 

accbe3 = ACC/Big East Challege. East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne 
Arena) 

armory = Washington D.C. Municipal Armory 
bait = Baltimore Arena, Baltimore. Maryland 
bg = Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts 
blgr - Blue Grass Tournament, Louisville, Kentucky (Kentucky State 
Fairgrounds Pavilion) 
cap - Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland 
cc = Carrier Classic, Syracuse, New York (Carrier Dome) 
ccc - Cable Car Classic, San Francisco, California (Oakland Coliseum) 
cfc - Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, Virginia (Robbins Center) 
cham = Chaminade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Arena) 
ci - Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, North Carolina (Charlotte 
Coliseum) 

ecac = ECAC Holiday Festival. New York City, New York (Madison Square 
Garden) 

evans = Evansville Holday Tournament (Roberts Stadium) 
dc - Dixie Classic. Raleigh, North Carolina (Reynolds Coliseum) 
fiesta = Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Arizona (McKale Center) 
free = Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvine, California (Bren Events Center) 
he ■ Hurricane Classic, Miami, Florida (Miami Beach Convention 
Center) 

her = Hershey Park, Hershey, Pennsylvania (Hershey Park Arena) 
hf = Hall of Fame Classic, Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield 
Civic Center) 

hp - Hawaii Pacific Touraanment, Honolulu, Hiawaii (War Memorial 
Gymnasium) 

maui = Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center) 
mci - MCI Heritage Classic, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Arena) 
mdinv = Maryland Invitational, College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 
meadow = Meadowlands (Brendan Byrne Arena), East Rutherford, New 
Jersey 

mit - Marshall Invitational Tournament. Huntingtown, West Virginia 
(Memorial Field House) 

msi = Memphis State Invitational, Memphis, Tennessee (Mid-South 
Coliseum) 

mwf - Mid Winter Festival, College Park. Maryland (Cole Field House) 
ncaa 1 = NCAA Tournament, New York City, New York (Madison Square 
Garden) 

ncaa 1 = NCAA Tournament. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (The Spectrum) 

NCAA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverfront Coliseum) 

NCAA Tournament, Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum) 

NCAA Tournament, Wichita. Kansas (Kansas Coliseum) 

NCAA Tournament. Charlotte N.C, (Charlotte Coliseum) 

NCAA Tournament. Dayton. Ohio (Dayton Arena) 



ncaa' 

ncaa' 

ncaa' 

ncaa' 

ncaa' 

ncaa' = NCAA Tournament, Long Beach, California (Long Beach Arena) 

ncaa' ■ NCAA Tournament, Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament, Houston, Texas (The Summit) 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament. Birmingham, Alabama (Birmingham 

Coliseum) 

ncaa = NCAA Tournament, Lexington, Kentucky (Rupp Arena) 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament, Las Cruces. New Mexico (Memorial Arena) 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament, Dallas. Texas (Reunion Arena) 

ncaa = NCAA Tournament, Salt Lake City. Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 

ncaa" = NCAA Tournament. Oakland. California (Oakland Colisium) 

nit • National Invitation Tournmament, New York City, New York 

(Madison Square Garden) 

rain ■ Rainbow Classic. Honolulu. Hawan (Neil S. Blaisdell Center) 

sb ■ Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans. Louisiana (Loyola Field 

House) 

sbt ■ Sun Bowl Tournament. El Paso. Texas (Special Events Center) 

set = Southern Conference Tournament 

shoot = Great Alaskan Shootout. Anchorage. Alaska (Sullivan Arena) 

sun ■ Sun Carnival Tournament, El Paso, Texas (Memorial Gymnasium) 

vpi ■ Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Balcksburg, Vuginia (Virginia 

Tech Coliseum) 



123 



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TERPS THROUGH THE YEARS 



Legend 

H denotes home games 

R denotes away games 

N denotes neutral site games 

S denotes Southern Conference 

Tournament games 
A denotes Atlantic Coast 

Conference Tournament games 
C denotes NCAA Tournament 
T denotes National Invitation 

Tournament 

19044)5 

0-2 (no scored available) 
Captain Samuel P. Thomas 

Washington YMCA 
Carroll Institute 

No Teams from 1905-06 through 
1909-10 

1910-11 

3-9 (2-3H, 1-6R) 

Captain H. Burton Shipley 

Maryland 

7 New York University 25 H 

30 Gallaudet 56 R 

24 Staunton Military 

Academy 58 R 

17 Washington & Lee 46 R 
17 Virginia Military 

Institute 14 R 

4 Washington & Lee 29 H 

14 Delaware 23 R 

27 Gallaudet 54 H 

25 Georgetown 31 R 
22 Mt. St. Joseph 20 H 
35 Catholic 30 H 
19 Perm. Military 

Academy 50 R 

1913-14 

Captain H. Burton Shipley 



Mt. St. Joseph 

Gallaudet 

Catholic 

Mt. St. Joseph 

Gallaudet 

St. John's College 

Loyola College 

Georgetown 

Catholic 

Washington & Lee 



Virginia Military Institute A 

St. John's College A 

George Washington H 

Gallaudet H 

Baltimore City H 

Perm State College A 

Delaware College A 
No Scores Available 

No Teams from 1914-15 through 
1916-17 

1918-19 

1-5 (1-5 A) 
Maryland 

27 Gallaudet 26 

7 Catholic 25 

1 1 George Washington 25 
9 Gallaudet 33 

12 Catholic 14 
20 George Washington 53 




H. BURTON SHIPLEY 

24 Seasons 

1923-24 to 1946-47 

Record: 243-199 

Conference: 124-91 



1923-24 

5-7 
1-2 SC 
Maryland 

41 George Washington 22 

42 Gallaudet 28 
13 Catholic 30 

20 North Carolina 26 

13 Virginia 26 

24 Richmond 22 

14 Catholic 20 
19 George Washington 20 
22 Washington & Lee 21 
12 Virginia Military 

Institute 21 
34 Virginia Military 

Institute 19 S 

25 Georgia 29 S 

1924-25 

12-5 (7-2H; 4-2A; 1- 
3-1 SC 
Maryland 
24 Virginia 

24 Columbia 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 Navy 
30 Lafayette 
18 Catholic 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 North Carolina 

25 Gallaudet 
16 Washington College 
24 Princeton 

22 City College of New 

York 
38 South Carolina 
36 Virginia 
27 Catholic 
27 Alabama 
16 N.C. State 



IN) 



18 H 
23 R 



15 H 
14 R 
17 H 

21 H 
14 H 
27 H 
38 R 

16 H 

22 H 
25 R 

17 H 



1925-26 

14-3 (10-1H; 4-1A; 0- 
7-1 SC 
Maryland 
40 Washington & Lee 

21 Navy 

30 Richmond 

30 Virginia Military 

33 Washington & Lee 
19 Virginia Tech 

40 Gallaudet 

30 Washington College 

24 Stevens Institute 
30 Virginia Tech 

28 Virginia 

23 North Carolina 

25 West Virginia 

41 Duke 
30 Virginia 
32 Princeton 

19 Mississippi Aggies 

1926-27 

10-10 (7-2H, 3-7R, 0- 
6-4 SC 
Maryland 

16 American 

44 Washington & Lee 

25 Michigan 

17 Virginia 
30 Navy 

18 Washington College 

34 Georgia 
39 Gallaudet 

27 Stevens Institute 

28 North Carolina 
23 North Carolina 

26 Pennsylvania 

32 Washington & Lee 
32 Virginia Military 
Institute 

29 Virginia 
23 N.C. State 

16 Washington College 
32 Western Maryland 
23 North Carolina 

22 Georgia 



IN) 



27 H 

12 R 

14 H 

21 R 
20 
17 



R 

R 

13 H 

26 H 

27 H 

14 H 
34 R 
22 H 

15 H 

20 H 

21 H 
26 H 

22 S 



IN) 



21 R 
32 H 
39 R 



22 H 

33 H 
26 H 
18 H 

23 H 
32 H 
21 R 

34 R 

15 R 

28 H 



25 H 
19 R 
27 S 



1927-28 

14-4 (11-0H; 3-4R) 
8-1 SC 
Maryland 

28 Washington & Lee 24 H 

29 Virginia Tech 20 R 
31 Washington & Lee 28 R 
23 Virginia Military 

Institute 9 R 

45 Gallaudet 20 H 

37 Kentucky 7 H 

20 Johns Hopkins 22 R 

25 St. John's College 22 H 

26 Virginia 20 H 

31 Stevens Institute 24 H 
26 Navy 35 R 

26 Pennsylvania 30 R 

36 N.C. State 24 H 
12 Virginia 34 R 

22 Washington College 20 H 

23 Johns Hopkins 19 H 

30 Virginia Tech 10 H 
30 Western Maryland 29 H 

1928-29 

7-9 (3-5H; 4-3R; 0-1N) 
2-5 SC 
Maryland 

30 William& Mary 20 H 

18 Pennsylvania 30 R 

20 Randolph Macon 33 H 

30 Virginia 22 R 

20 Johns Hopkins 30 H 

20 St. John's 18 H 
22 Virginia 25 H 
22 Washington & Lee 47 H 

29 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 39 R 

18 Washington & Lee 42 R 

30 Virginia Military 

Institute 27 R 

22 North Carolina 28 H 

30 Navy 27 R 

32 Western Maryland 17 H 

19 Johns Hopkins 18 R 

35 Mississippi 37 S 

1929-30 

16-6 (10-3H; 6-2R: 0-1N) 
9-5 SC 
Maryland 

27 William & Mary 23 H 
27 Duke 28 H 

37 Catholic 30 H 
54 Virginia 20 H 
41 Johns Hopkins 24 H 

43 Navy 39 R 
41 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 29 H 

26 N.C. State 28 H 

25 Washington & Lee 29 H 

38 Western Maryland 17 H 

36 North Carolina 24 H 
34 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 23 R 

44 Virginia Military 

Institute 25 R 

21 Washington & Lee 36 R 
51 Virginia 29 H 

21 N.C. State 19 R 

22 North Carolina 19 R 

24 Duke 39 R 

39 Johns Hopkins 24 R 
39 Virginia Military 

Institute 21 H 

41 St. John's 25 H 

21 Kentucky 26 S 

1930-31 

18-4 (10-2H; 4-2R; 4-0N 

8-1 SC 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

Maryland 

38 Gallaudet 27 H 
38 Virginia Military 

Institute 18 R 

36 Washington & Lee 21 R 

32 Duke 24 H 
30 Loyola 33 H 

33 Johns Hopkins 20 R 



44 Virginia Military 

Institute 

33 Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute 

31 Virginia 

28 Washington & Lee 
24 Catholic 

33 North Carolina 

32 Washington College 

34 Virginia 

45 Western Maryland 

32 St. John's 

33 Navy 

31 Johns Hopkins 

37 Louisiana State 

19 North Carolina 

26 Georgia 

29 Kentucky 

1931-32 

16-4 (11-1H; 5-2R; 0- 
8-2 SC 
Maryland 

30 Wisconsin 

27 Loyola 

42 Washington & Lee 

43 Virginia Military 

Institute 
26 Navy 
36 Virginia 

33 Johns Hopkins 

38 Virginia Military 

Institute 
51 Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute 

39 Catholic 

26 North Carolina 

36 Washington College 

35 Western Maryland 

46 Virginia 

49 Washington & Lee 

24 St. John's 

26 North Carolina 

20 Duke 

38 Johns Hopkins 
24 Florida 

1932-33 

11-9 (10-2H, 1-6R, 0- 
7-3 SC 
Maryland 
13 Wisconsin 

40 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 
30 Duke 
29 Virginia Military 

Institute 
40 Washington & Lee 

27 Johns Hopkins 

37 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 

27 Catholic 

21 Navy 
19 Virginia 

42 North Carolina 

36 Georgia 

35 Washington College 

37 Virginia 

46 Washington & Lee 
45 Virginia Military 
Institute 

34 St. John's 

37 Western Maryland 

35 Johns Hop kins 

28 South Carolina 



20 H 

16 H 

34 R 

17 H 

21 R 
31 H 
33 H 

21 H 

35 H 
27 H 

36 R 

22 H 



IN) 



32 R 

28 H 

38 R 

28 R 

15 H 

31 R 
26 R 

20 H 

16 H 
34 H 
25 H 
16 H 
15 H 

18 H 

19 H 

20 H 

32 R 
18 R 
24 H 

39 S 



IN) 



22 H 

20 R 

28 H 

30 R 

43 R 

37 R 



59 R 

26 R 
29 H 
40 H 

27 H 

28 H 

28 H 

29 H 
22 H 
32 H 
31 H 
65 S 



1933-34 

11-8 (9-4H; 2-3R; 0-1N) 
6-1 SC 
Maryland 

29 Michigan 25 H 

17 Indiana 30 H 

24 West Virginia 26 R 

37 Duke 33 H 
29 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 24 R 
34 Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 32 H 

32 Johns Hopkins 37 R 

43 Virginia 20 R 

24 North Carolina 28 H 



33 


Catholic 


25 


H 


27 


Navy 


46 


R 


2 


Virginia 


25 


H 


33 


Richmond 


44 


H 


49 


Western Maryland 


33 


H 


36 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


27 


H 


32 


St. John's 


37 


H 


44 


Washington College 


33 


H 


32 


Johns Hopkins 


19 


H 


37 


Washington & Lee 
1934-35 


45 


S 




8-10 (6-8H; 2-2R) 






4-5 SC 






Maryland 






29 


Indiana 


30 


H 


50 


Ohio State 


41 


H 


29 


West Virginia 


39 


H 


35 


South Carolina 


21 


H 


39 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


24 


H 


39 


Duke 


48 


H 


43 


Washington College 


27 


H 


31 


North Carolina 


39 


H 


36 


Navy 


43 


R 


44 


Virginia 


24 


H 


26 


Richmond 


56 


H 


29 


Catholic 


45 


R 


29 


Washington & Lee 


33 


H 


33 


Virginia 


32 


R 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


35 


R 


17 


St. John's 


24 


H 


52 


Johns Hopkins 


25 


H 


24 


Georgetown 

1935-36 


25 


H 




14-6 (9-3H; 4-2R; 1-1N) 






3-3 SC 






Maryland 






44 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


29 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 


30 


R 


53 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


32 


R 


32 


Navy 


20 


R 


28 


Richmond 


24 


H 


55 


Baltimore 


33 


H 


46 


Washington College 


34 


H 


32 


North Carolina 


44 


H 


41 


William & Mary 


39 


H 


38 


Duke 


34 


H 


40 


Virginia 


34 


H 


26 


West Virginia 


51 


R 


54 


Washington & Lee 


55 


H 


40 


St. John's 


28 


H 


29 


Catholic 


40 


H 


56 


Washington College 


30 


R 


45 


Johns Hopkins 


40 


H 


47 


Georgetown 


39 


R 


47 


Duke 


35 


S 


32 


Washington & Lee 
1936-37 


38 


S 




8-12 (7-3H; 1-8R; 0-1N) 






4-8 SC 






Maryland 






40 


Richmond 


51 


R 


54 


Johns Hopkins 


31 


H 


27 


Washington & Lee 


51 


R 


48 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


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 


Virginia Military 








Institute 


28 


H 


35 


Washington & Lee 


41 


H 


27 


Georgetown 


39 


H 


37 


St. John's 


39 


R 


41 


N.C. State 


35 


H 


35 


N.C. State 

1937-38 


42 


S 




15-9 (10-3H; 4-5R: 1-1N) 






7-4 SC 






Maryland 






26 


Richmond 


31 


H 


26 


Michigan 


33 


H 


50 


Baltimore 


32 


R 



124 



ManifatvL Toryo^fms 




H 


17 Richmond 38 


R 




1944-45 






1947-48 












43 Randolph Macon 27 






29 Washington & Lee 31 


R 


17 Duke 43 


R 




2-14 (1-5H; 1-8R; 0-1N) 




11-14 (6-4H; 5-9R;0-lN) 










42 Virginia Military 




29 North Carolina 44 


R 




2-5 SC 






9-7 SC 












Institute 27 


R 


27 Navy 52 


R 


Maryland 




Maryland 








•^7 




39 Georgetown 57 


R 


18 Virginia 47 


R 


26 


Jallaudet 


27 H 


63 


Western Maryland 


58 


R 






40 Duke 35 


H 


15 Washington & Lee 42 


H 


28 


forth Carolina 


53 R 


52 


Loyola 


63 


H 






24 North Carolina 43 


R 


28 George Washington 61 


R 


24 


Juke 


51 R 


59 


Davidson 


55 


H 




4 ^9kwwt^^^ 




34 Duke 44 


R 


40 William & Mary 58 


H 


32 


1.C State 


46 R 


64 


Washington & Lee 


70 


R 








42 Virginia Polytechnic 




43 Connecticut 52 


H 


33 


Navy 


70 R 


53 


Virginia Military 












Institute 35 


H 


45 Rutgers 50 


H 


46 


Virginia Military 






Institute 


46 


R 








34 Navy 37 


R 


27 Virginia Military 






Institute 


28 H 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


53 


R 






27 New York University 42 


H 


Institute 41 


H 


34 


Marine Corps 




46 


North Carolina 


70 


R 




BTJDMILLIKAN 


36 Washington & Lee 32 


H 


39 Virginia Polytechnic 






institute 


50 H 


42 


Duke 


53 


R 




17 Seasons 


45 William & Mary 38 


H 


Institute 48 


H 


42 


1.C State 


57 H 


40 


Georgetown 


52 


R 




1950-51 to 1966-67 


43 Virginia Military 




26 Washington College 18 


H 


42 


iampden-Sydney 


43 H 


49 


Clemson 


42 


H 




Record: 143-182 


Institute 33 


H 






26 


Virginia 


57 R 


44 


Virginia 


64 


R 




Conference: 130-109 


49 Catholic 33 


H 


1941-42 




27 


Virginia Military 




47 


Navy 


51 


R 






43 Washington College 42 


R 


7-15 (4-5H; 3-10R) 






Institute 


35 R 


68 


South Carolina 


54 


H 




1950-51 


39 Virginia 23 


R 


3-8 SC 




33 


Virginia 


61 H 


63 


Virginia Military 








16-11 (10-3H; 5-7R; 1-1N) 


57 Dickinson 27 


H 


Maryland 




53 


William & Mary 


46 R 




Institute 


48 


H 




11-8 SC 


56 Johns Hopkins 30 


H 


41 Richmond 23 


R 


41 


Merchant Marine 


54 R 


44 


Army 


48 


R 


Maryland 


38 St. John's 29 


H 


34 William & Mary 39 


R 


34 


Army 


54 R 


64 


Washington & Lee 


38 


H 


59 


Virginia 57 H 


45 Citadel 43 


S 


36 West Virginia 63 


R 


49 


Duke 


76 S 


49 


George Washington 


65 


R 


65 


Pennsylvania 74 R 


32 Duke 35 


s 


15 SetonHall 59 


R 




1945-46 

9-12 (8-4H; 1-7R; 
5-5 SC 




47 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


48 


William & Mary 41 H 


1938-39 




40 City College of New 
York 57 


R 




IN) 


56 
60 


Virginia 
Richmond 


68 
53 


H 
H 


46 

52 


Virginia 43 R 
Washington & Lee 43 H 


15-9 (9-2H; 4-6R; 2-1N) 




48 St. John's (N.Y.) 64 


R 






54 


South Carolina 


53 


R 


51 


Rutgers 45 H 


8-3 SC 




35 Virginia 34 


R 


Maryland 




63 


Clemson 


61 


R 


67 


North Carolina 59 R 


Maryland 




33 Duke 37 


R 


61 


viarme uorps 
Institute 
Marshall 

Dnantico Marines 
Duke 

N.C. State 
North Carolina 


46 H 

50 H 
50 H 
59 R 
39 R 
64 R 


62 


Richmond 


64 


R 


48 


Richmond 42 R 


34 Richmond 41 


R 


28 Washington College 25 


H 


43 
47 
25 
47 
28 


35 


George Washington 


59 


H 


47 


Navy 51 R 


45 Clemson 35 


H 


51 Georgetown 42 


R 


51 


Davidson 


58 


S 


58 


Georgetown 47 H 


44 Davidson 27 


H 


29 George Washington 47 


H 










57 


Virginia Polytechnic 


24 Pennsylvania 36 


R 


36 Virginia 26 


H 




1948-49 








Institute 66 H 


25 Army 45 
37 Navy 47 


R 
R 


41 Virginia Military 

Institute 46 


R 




9-18 (4-5H; 5-12R; 0-1N) 
8-7 SC 




56 
57 


North Carolina 55 H 
Davidson 55 R 


37 Duke 34 


H 


44 Washington & Lee 52 


R 


35 
37 
45 
43 
35 
48 
31 
37 
43 
37 


fovy 

N.C. State 

Virginia 

Duke 

lampden-Sydney 

George Washington 

forth Carolina 

Virginia 

Merchant Marine 

Richmond 


44 R 


Marvland 






43 


South Carolina 70 R 


34 North Carolina 32 


H 


28 Washington & Lee 30 


H 


33 H 
48 R 

38 H 

32 H 

35 H 

33 H 

36 H 

39 H 
31 H 


49 


Temple 


67 


R 


44 


Clemson 50 R 


34 Hampden-Sydney 25 


H 


47 Navy 61 


R 


60 


Virginia Polytechnic 






65 


Washington & Lee 83 R 


31 Virginia 21 


H 


42 William & Mary 32 


H 




Institute 


51 


H 


46 


Virginia Military 


60 Duke 44 


R 


27 West Virginia 41 


H 


75 


Loyola (Md.) 


77 


R 




Institute 41 R 


66 North Carolina 41 


R 


32 Army 44 


R 


45 


Richmond 


54 


H 


47 


South Carolina 37 H 


40 N.C. State 46 


R 


30 North Carolina 34 


H 


47 


Virginia 


53 


H 


64 


West Virginia 70 H 


25 Georgetown 39 


H 


46 Duke 64 


H 


74 


Clemson 


50 


H 


40 


Duke 49 H 


39 Washington & Lee 37 


H 


39 Virginia Military 




47 


North Carolina 


55 


R 


50 


William & Mary 55 R 


49 William & Mary 57 


H 


Institute 36 


H 


49 


Davidson 


52 


R 


54 


Clemson 50 H 


48 St. John's 20 


R 






36 


William & Mary 


42 R 


43 


Virginia 
Georgetown 


79 


R 


42 


Richmond 33 H 


53 UM 35 


H 


1942-43 




33 
25 

31 
27 


i/Vest Virginia 
Army 

Merchant Marine 
N.C. State 


35 H 
52 R 
48 R 

54 S 


51 


53 


R 


47 


George Washington 67 R 


40 Catholic 38 
24 George Washington 37 


R 
R 


8-8 (5-3H; 3-5R) 
5-5 SC 




67 
46 


Pennsylvania 
Navy 


81 
52 


R 

R 


65 


Virginia Military 
Institute 46 H 


47 Washington College 37 


H 


Maryland 




54 


George Washington 


66 


H 


50 


Clemson 48 S 


47 Richmond " 32 


S 


32 Richmond 28 


H 




1949-47 




43 


Miami (Ohio) 


42 


R 


45 


N.C. State 54 S 


53 N.C. State 29 


S 


47 North Carolina 40 


H 




14-10 (9-3H; 5-6R; 0-1N ) 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


58 


R 






27 Clemson 39 


S 


53 Virginia 49 


H 




9-4 SC 




33 


Cincinnati 


70 


R 




1951-52 






49 Pennsylvania 51 


R 


Maryland 




53 


Virginia Military 








13-9 (8-1H; 5-7R; 0-1N) 


1939-40 




40 Washington & Lee 50 


R 


43 


West Virginia 


81 R 




Institute 


45 


R 




9-5 SC 


14-9 (9-2H; 4-6R; 1-1N) 




34 Virginia Military 




49 


Western Maryland 


39 H 


66 


Washington & Lee 


60 


R 


Maryland 


7-4 SC 




Institute 35 


R 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


36 H 


79 


South Carolina 


49 


H 


59 


Virginia 42 R 


Maryland 




43 George Washington 48 


R 


62 


Quantico Marines 


48 R 


42 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


71 


Washington & Lee 51 H 


48 Western Maryland 32 


H 


63 Navy 54 


R 


42 


forth Carolina 


58 R 


52 


Georgetown 


56 


H 


52 


Pennsylvania 53 R 


47 Randolph Macon 16 


H 


40 Army 44 


R 


39 


tichmond 


41 H 


57 


South Carolina 


56 


R 


54 


William & Mary 53 H 


53 Clemson 26 


H 


43 Duke 46 


H 


44 


George Washington 


43 H 


49 


Clemson 


68 


R 


36 


West Virginia 39 R 


34 Pennsylvania 41 


R 


55 Washington & Lee 35 


H 


65 


Washington & Lee 


60 R 


66 


Richmond 


51 


R 


57 


Virginia Military 


51 Rutgers 39 


R 


56 Virginia 42 


R 


57 


Virginia Polytechnic 




42 


George Washington 


61 


R 




Institute 39 R 


53 Rhode Island State 59 


R 


40 North Carolina 31 


R 




Institute 


49 R 


70 


Virginia Military 






51 


Washington & Lee 43 R 


32 Duke 30 


H 


36 Georgetown 46 


H 


61 


Virginia Military 






Institute 


55 


H 


47 


North Carolina 51 R 


35 Richmond 19 


H 


51 William & Mary 36 


H 




institute 


50 R 


61 


North Carolina 


79 


S 


48 


Navy 45 R 


28 Georgetown 27 


R 


35 Virginia Military 




61 


forth Carolina 


57 H 










63 


Virginia 53 H 


49 Virginia Polytechnic 




Institute 36 


H 


27 


fovy 


55 R 




1949-50 






55 


Georgetown 40 H 


Institute 41 


H 






59 


Washington & Lee 


50 H 




7-18 (6-6H; 1-12R) 




55 


Rutgers 61 R 


25 Washington & Lee 44 


H 


1943-44 




55 


Georgetown 


49 H 




5-13 SC 






71 


North Carolina 51 H 


43 N.C. State 36 


R 


4-14 (3-6H; 1-7R; 0-1N) 




48 


George Washington 


63 H 


Marvland 






64 


Virginia Military 


30 Clemson 48 


R 


2-1 SC 




49 


Richmond 


68 R 


57 


Virginia Polytechnic 








Institute 46 H 


30 South Carolina 33 


R 


Maryland 




55 


Virginia Polytechnic 






Institute 


63 


R 


55 


Richmond 45 H 


37 Duke 48 


R 


33 Quantico Marines 59 


H 




institute 


42 H 


40 


Tennessee 


61 


R 


66 


William 8t Mary 71 R 


49 Johns Hopkins 36 


H 


39 Marshall 46 


H 


38 


Juke 


40 H 


56 


Virginia 


66 


R 


51 


Duke 56 R 


60 Virginia Military 




20 Bainbridge Navy 52 


H 


47 


Kings Point 


73 R 


65 


Washington & Lee 


46 


H 


61 


Georgetown 71 R 


Institute 33 


R 


20 Virginia 52 


R 


57 


Army 


54 R 


52 


Pennsylvania 


54 


R 


54 


Richmond 50 R 


19 Washington & Lee 39 


R 


43 Virginia Military 




52 


Citadel 


40 H 


55 


Clemson 


60 


H 


56 


George Washington 57 H 


46 Catholic 31 


H 


institute 36 


H 


53 


Virginia Military 




62 


Navy 


75 


R 


71 


Davidson 48 H 


27 Virginia Military 




43 Hampden-Sydney 51 


H 




Institute 


45 H 


71 


Ohio Wesleyan 


75 


H 


48 


Duke 51 S 


Institute 25 


H 


25 Bainbridge Navy 78 


R 


54 


Pennsylvania 


80 R 


53 


North Carolina 


55 


R 






26 George Washington 44 


H 


29 FortBelvoir 60 


H 


43 


N.C. State 


55 S 


46 


Duke 


5S 


R 




1952-53 


43 Washington & Lee 30 


S 


33 Catholic 31 


H 








71 


Georgetown 


65 


R 




15-8 (8-2H: 6-5R: 1-1N) 


32 Duke 44 


S 


26 Virginia 49 
33 Catholic 53 


H 
R 




, 1 






52 
49 


William & Mary 
Richmond 


56 

59 


H 
R 


12-3 SC 
Maryland 


1940-41 




34 Richmond 65 


R 




•■T 1 






51 


George Washington 


72 


H 


71 


Virginia 61 H 


1-21 (1-10H; 0-11R) 




48 Woodrow General 






T~ - M 






56 


William & Mary 


64 


R 


64 


William& Mary 61 H 


0-13 SC 




Hospital 26 


H 




^% 






65 


Virginia Military 






53 


Pennsylvania 70 R 


Maryland 




25 Woodrow General 






W^^^a *~* f 








institute 


53 


H 


52 


West Virginia 45 H 


36 Richmond 48 


H 


Hospital 35 


R 










56 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


54 


Virginia Military 


24 Johns Hopkins 38 


R 


31 Virginia Military 












61 


Virginia Military 








Institute 37 R 


34 Clemson 48 


H 


Institute 29 


R 












Institute 


62 


R 


58 


Washington & Lee 40 R 


32 Pennsylvania 43 


R 
H 


35 Navy 69 
22 Army 85 


R 

R 










67 
56 


Duke 

South Carolina 


57 
61 


H 
H 


49 
59 


North Carolina 59 R 


26 Duke 40 








Virginia 56 R 


41 Washington & Lee 59 


R 


23 N.C. State 42 


S 




"FLUCIE" STEWART 


70 


Vuginia 


52 


H 


63 


Richmond 60 R 


30 Virginia Military 










3 Seasons 




64 


Davidson 


i\ 


H 


45 


Georgetown 54 H 


Institute 64 


R 








1947-48 to 1949-50 


67 


Richmond 


48 


H 


65 


Virginia Polytechnic 


34 Georgetown 51 


R 








Record: 27-48 




44 


South Carolina 


59 


R 




Institute 46 H 


36 North Carolina 55 


H 








Conference: 22-27 




68 


Clemson 


"0 


R 


68 


North Carolina 66 


H 



125 



MaryfawL T^^o^pms 


62 George Washington 


63 


R 


80 


Navy 


61 


H 


69 North Carolina 51 


H 


70 Georgetown 


79 


R 


58 


N.C. State 60 R 


70 Virginia Polytechnic 






70 


Duke 


82 


H 


67 Georgetown 56 


R 


56 Duke 


92 


R 


107 


George Washington 81 R 


Institute 


56 


R 


67 


George Washington 


46 


R 


75 South Carolina 45 


H 


74 N.C. State 


76 


H 


66 


Clemson 71 R 


46 Richmond 


49 


H 


81 


Clemson 


69 


H 


65 Virginia 66 


A 


67 Virginia 


61 


R 


78 


South Carolina 63 R 


67 Virginia Military 






71 


N.C State 


62 


R 






74 Wake Forest 


85 


H 


76 


North Carolina 66 H 


Institute 


41 


H 


60 


Wake Forest 


76 


R 


1959-60 




68 South Carolina 


63 


H 


86 


Wake Forest 78 R 


87 Washington & Lee 


56 


H 


60 


Virginia 


73 


R 


15-8 (8-2H; 7-5R; 0-1N) 




74 George Washington 


72 


H 


74 


Navy 69 H 


79 William & Mary 


57 


R 


72 


Georgetown 


61 


H 


9-5 ACC (3rd) 




67 Navy 


61 


H 


107 West Virginia 92 H 


48 Georgetown 


49 


R 


69 


Duke 


94 


A 


Maryland 




56 North Carolina 


78 


H 


71 


Virginia 64 R 


47 Navy 


51 


R 










64 George Washington 57 


R 


59 N.C. State 


79 


R 


69 


Duke 74 H 


66 George Washington 


53 


H 




195647 






70 Virginia 62 


H 


68 George Washington 


67 


R 


56 


South Carolina 42 H 


74 Duke 


65 


S 




16-10 (8-2H; 7-7R; 1-1N) 




59 Georgetown 48 


H 


73 Georgetown 


72 


H 


69 


Clemson 81 H 


59 Wake Forest 


61 


S 




9-5 ACC (2nd) 






47 Wake Forest 54 


H 


68 North Carolina 


82 


R 


70 


North Carolina 77 A 








Maryland 






63 Indiana 72 


R 


60 Clemson 


62 


R 






1953-54 






67 


Virginia 


63 


R 


76 Fordham 54 


R 


51 South Carolina 


44 


R 




196647 


Z3-7 (9-2H; 13-4R; MN) 




62 


Fordham 


68 


H 


103 Yale 80 


H 


54 Wake Forest 


75 


R 




11-14 (5-5H; 6-8R; 0-1N) 


7-2 ACC (2nd) 






59 


Wake Forest 


53 


H 


85 South Carolina 52 


H 


69 Virginia 


71 


H 




5-9 ACC (T5th) 


Maryland 






55 


Kentucky 


76 


R 


51 Georgetown 66 


R 


70 Duke 


76 


H 


Maryland 


53 South Carolina 


49 


R 


61 


North Carolina 


70 


R 


56 Duke 48 


R 


69 Clemson 


67 


H 


76 


Perm State 53 H 


81 Clemson 


41 


R 


89 


Montana State 


72 


R 


63 N.C. State 53 


H 


41 Wake Forest 


80 


A 


54 


N.C State 38 R 


54 Wake Forest 


71 


R 


93 


New Mexico A&M 


45 


R 


51 Navy 50 


R 








63 


South Carolina 65 H 


69 William & Mary 


54 


R 


43 


Virginia 


39 


R 


66 North Carolina 75 


H 


196344 






85 


Virginia 65 R 


71 West Virginia 


54 


R 


59 


Clemson 


52 


R 


64 Wake Forest 65 


R 


9-17 (5-4H; 4-12R; 0-1N) 




50 


Oklahoma State 49 R 


60 Virginia Polytechnic 






60 


South Carolina 


68 


R 


44 Virginia 43 


R 


5-9 ACC (6th) 






53 


Memphis State 55 R 


Institute 


52 


H 


62 


Duke 


51 


H 


46 N.C. State 48 


R 


Maryland 






59 


Wake Forest 68 H 


79 South Carolina 


48 


H 


68 


George Washington 


48 


R 


70 Clemson 55 


H 


68 Virginia 


58 


H 


66 


Davidson 65 R 


65 Arizona State 


50 


R 


66 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


71 Duke 61 


H 


72 Georgetown 


83 


R 


57 


Army 54 R 


66 Evansville 


58 


R 


82 


Georgetown 


69 


H 


86 George Washington 84 


H 


62 Penn State 


91 


R 


60 


N.C. State 55 H 


54 Kentucky Wesleyan 


37 


R 


79 


N.C. State 


66 


H 


64 North Carolina 81 


R 


72 N.C. State 


62 


H 


82 


West Virginia 81 R 


72 Richmond 


64 


R 


60 


Duke 


72 


R 


67 Clemson 59 


R 


74 West Virginia 


72 


H 


69 


Duke 72 H 


70 Virginia 


64 


H 


84 


George Washington 


67 


H 


72 South Carolina 55 


R 


56 Clemson 


48 


H 


68 


Clemson 48 H 


75 Clemson 


54 


H 


61 


North Carolina 


65 


H 


58 N.C. State 74 


A 


59 Tennessee 


70 


R 


58 


West Virginia 61 H 


56 Georgetown 


58 


R 


85 


Virginia 


64 


H 






75 Louisiana State 


65 


R 


53 


South Carolina 80 R 


71 Richmond 


73 


H 


56 


N.C. State 


49 


R 


1960-61 




54 Arizona 


57 


R 


77 


North Carolina 85 R 


68 George Washington 


61 


H 


58 


Wake Forest 


62 


R 


14-12 (8-2H; 5-9R; 1-1N) 




82 Columbia 


76 


R 


78 


George Washington 52 H 


70 Virginia 


56 


R 


55 


Navy 


56 


R 


6-8 ACC (4th) 




69 South Carolina 


73 


H 


49 


Georgetown 80 R 


61 Tampa 


51 


R 


74 


Clemson 


65 


H 


Maryland 




55 Navy 


68 


R 


87 


Virginia 76 H 


63 Miami (Fla.) 


57 


R 


62 


Georgetown 


59 


R 


64 Penn State 47 


H 


88 North Carolina 


97 


R 


65 


Navy 66 R 


51 Washington & Lee 


25 


R 


71 


Virginia 


68 


A 


57 Virginia 52 


R 


65 N.C. State 


66 


R 


58 


Duke 81 R 


54 Virginia Polytechnic 






64 


South Carolina 


74 


A 


80 George Washington 66 


H 


91 Wake Forest 


82 


R 


78 


North Carolina 79 H 


Institute 


41 


R 










64 Minnesota 53 


R 


80 George Washington 


76 


R 


61 


Clemson 65 R 


76 Washington & Lee 


43 


H 




1957-58 






78 Georgetown 67 


R 


67 West Virginia 


91 


R 


64 


Wake Forest 78 R 


61 Navy 

74 Wake Forest 


60 
53 


R 
H 




22-7 (10-1H; 7-5R; 5-1N) 




60 Wake Forest 72 
57 North Carolina 81 


H 
R 


72 Duke 

77 Wake Forest 


104 H 


54 


South Carolina 57 A 




y-o AL.U I4tn; 






79 


n 








61 Duke 


68 


H 




ACC Tournament 




67 N.C. State 75 


R 


74 North Carolina 


64 


H 








53 Georgetown 


50 


H 


Maryland 






84 Wyoming 77 


R 


73 Virginia 


79 


R 








57 George Washington 


70 


R 


64 


George Washington 


55 


H 


72 South Carolina 58 


H 


63 Duke 


84 


R 








74 William & Mary 


55 


H 


61 


Fordham 


58 


R 


55 Georgetown 47 


H 


78 Georgetown 


81 


H 




x *& WS* *■ 




75 Clemson 


59 


A 


71 


Kentucky 


62 


H 


62 Duke 70 


R 


68 Clemson 


83 


R 






56 Wake Forest 


64 


A 


72 


Wake Forest 


58 


H 


52 North Carolina 58 


H 


64 South Carolina 


74 


R 














88 


Navy 


58 


H 


63 Navy 62 


H 


67 Clemson 


81 


A 








195445 






71 


Vanderbilt 


56 


R 


75 N.C. State 57 


R 














17-7(7-2H;10-4R;0-lN) 




46 


Memphis State 


47 


R 


56 North Carolina 63 


R 


196445 












10-4 ACC (3rd) 






72 


South Carolina 


59 


R 


69 Wake Forest 78 


R 


18-8 (9-3H; 8-4E; 1-1N) 










Maryland 






66 


Clemson 


73 


R 


59 Clemson 76 


R 


10-4 ACC (T2nd) 






FRANK FELLOWS 


60 Georgetown 


43 


H 


74 


Duke 


49 


H 


61 South Carolina 64 


R 


Maryland 








2 Seasons 


49 Duke 


47 


H 


74 


North Carolina 


61 


H 


66 N.C. State 83 


R 


72 Penn State 


71 


H 




1967-68 to 1968-69 


58 Wake Forest 


62 


H 


55 


Georgetown 


45 


R 


76 Duke 71 


H 


82 George Washington 


SO 


H 




Record: 16-34 


72 Virginia 


69 


R 


48 


N.C. State 


57 


H 


44 George Washington 63 


R 


59 Virginia 


61 


R 




Conference: 6-22 


61 Duke 


68 


R 


64 


Navy 


51 


R 


77 Virginia 62 


H 


62 N.C. State 


63 


H 






70 North Carolina 


60 


R 


87 


Virginia 


66 


R 


82 Clemson 80 


H 


73 West Virginia 


80 


H 




196748 


58 Texas Tech 


54 


R 


74 


Wake Forest 


67 


R 


91 Clemson 75 


A 


82 Wake Forest 


64 


H 




8-16 (7-3H; 1-12R; 0-1N) 


83 Rhode Island 


66 


R 


72 


Clemson 


54 


H 


76 Wake Forest 98 


A 


61 Kansas 


63 


H 




4-10 ACC (6th) 


78 Cincinnati 


61 


R 


64 


N.C. State 


69 


R 






66 Tulsa 


59 


R 


Maryland 


68 South Carolina 


51 


H 


69 


Virginia 


56 


H 


1961-62 




73 Miami (Fla.) 


80 


R 


71 


Penn State 76 R 


78 Virginia 


65 


H 


59 


Duke 


68 


R 


8-17 (4-6H; 4-10R; 0-1N) 




76 North Carolina 


68 


H 


84 


George Washington 53 R 


71 Clemson 


63 


R 


59 


North Carolina 


66 


R 


3-11 ACC (7th) 




67 Clemson 


65 


R 


62 


N.C. State 75 H 


68 South Carolina 


52 


R 


56 


Georgetown 


46 


H 


Maryland 




75 South Carolina 


70 


R 


66 


South Carolina 65 H 


68 N.C. State 


64 


H 


99 


South Carolina 


59 


H 


65 Penn State 71 


R 


77 Navy 


58 


H 


60 


Wake Forest 73 R 


53 George Washington 


75 


R 


70 


Virginia 


66 


A 


78 Georgetown 79 


H 


93 Wake Forest 


85 


R 


53 


Texas El-Paso 70 R 


60 Navy 


54 


R 


71 


Duke 


65 


A 


68 N.C. State 73 


H 


67 N.C. State 


73 


R 


72 


Southern Illinois 73 R 


67 William & Mary 


62 


R 


86 


North Carolina 


74 


A 


75 Minnesota 69 


H 


91 North Carolina 


80 


R 


59 


South Carolina 68 R 


67 George Washington 


73 


H 


86 


Boston College 


63 


C 


79 Wake Forest 62 


H 


64 Duke 


82 


R 


52 


N.C. State 68 R 


63 North Carolina 


61 


H 


67 


Temple 


71 


C 


91 Virginia 70 


R 


86 West Virginia 


78 


R 


79 


West Virginia 75 H 


68 Clemson 


66 


H 


59 


Manhattan 


55 


C 


62 Mississippi State 64 


R 


85 Georgetown 


67 


R 


52 


Duke 84 H 


58 N.C. State 


78 


R 










64 Louisville 83 


R 


52 Virginia 


47 


H 


93 


Clemson 94 R 


71 Wake Forest 


75 


R 




1558-59 






67 George Washington 56 


R 


70 Navy 


57 


R 


76 


Navy 72 H 


57 Georgetown 


48 


R 




10-13 (7-3H; 3-9R; 0-1N 




77 South Carolina 86 


H 


85 Duke 


82 


H 


73 


Miami (Fla.) 93 R 


67 Virginia 


68 


A 




7-7 ACC (T3rd) 






83 Georgetown 70 


R 


88 Clemson 


71 


H 


67 


North Carolina 73 H 








Maryland 






68 Duke 84 


R 


73 South Carolina 


59 


H 


64 


Duke 85 R 


1955-56 






53 


N.C. State 


55 


H 


81 George Washington 67 


H 


61 Clemson 


50 


A 


66 


West Virginia 83 R 


14-10 (9-5H; 5-4R, 0-1N) 




62 


Northwestern 


66 


R 


61 N.C. State 68 


R 


67 N.C. State 


76 


A 


85 


Virginia 76 H 


7-7 ACC (5th) 






63 


Virginia 


56 


H 


71 Miami (Fla.) 68 


R 








87 


Wake Forest 74 H 


Maryland 






56 


Kentucky 


58 


R 


58 Navy 67 


R 


196546 






80 


North Carolina 83 R 


67 Virginia 


55 


H 


50 


Navy 


53 


H 


79 North Carolina 62 


H 


14-11 (7-3H; 7-7R; 0-1N) 




81 


Clemson 68 H 


52 William & Mary 


51 


H 


68 


Wake Forest 


65 


H 


68 South Carolina 85 


R 


7-7 ACC (5th) 






68 


Virginia 70 R 


61 Wake Forest 


51 


H 


45 


Mississippi State 


56 


R 


61 Clemson 73 


R 


Maryland 






68 


Georgetown 60 H 


61 Kentucky 


62 


H 


54 


Loyola 


50 


R 


53 Duke 79 


H 


61 Penn State 


65 


R 


54 


N.C. State 63 A 


62 North Carolina 


68 


H 


64 


Duke 


31 


H 


78 Wake Forest 81 


R 


87 Wake Forest 


66 


H 






75 Michigan State 


95 


H 


59 


South Carolina 


41 


R 


67 North Carolina 70 


R 


59 N.C. State 


48 


H 




196849 


75 St. Francis 


66 


H 


46 


Clemson 


55 


R 


68 Virginia 72 


H 


62 Kansas 


71 


R 




8-18 (4-6H; 4-11R; 0-1N) 


76 South Carolina 


57 


H 


61 


Georgetown 


53 


H 


68 Clemson 75 


H 


63 Kansas State 


57 


R 




2-12 ACC (T7th) 


62 George Washington 


48 


H 


69 


Duke 


78 


R 


58 Duke 71 


A 


77 Georgetown 


59 


H 


Maryland 


71 Clemson 


63 


R 


57 


North Carolina 


64 


R 






74 West Virginia 


76 


R 


66 


Penn State 56 H 


59 South Carolina 


53 


R 


53 


Wake Forest 


56 


R 


1962-63 




69 Houston 


68 


R 


65 


West Virginia 86 R 


64 N.C. State 


73 


H 


65 


George Washington 


66 


H 


8-13 (5-6H; 3-6R; 0-1N) 




77 Dayton 


75 


R 


67 


South Carolina 79 R 


62 Duke 


76 


R 


37 


N.C. State 


53 


R 


4-10 ACC (T6th) 




52 North Carolina 


67 


R 


63 


Princeton 72 H 


55 North Carolina 


64 


R 


77 


Clemson 


58 


H 


Maryland 




62 Virginia 


65 


H 


87 


Wake Forest 95 R 


62 Georgetown 


57 


R 


50 


Virginia 


62 


R 


61 Penn State 62 


H 


61 Duke 


76 


R 


99 


George Washington 96 


H 



126 



MaJru[(OJ^L T&V&pJMS 


89 Marshall 


80 R 


1971-72 






56 Clemson 54 


R 


68 North Carolina 


71 H 


95 


Pittsburgh 


88 H 


35 Miami (Fla.) 


92 R 


27-5 (14-OH: 7-4R; 6-1N) 




98 Duquesne 72 


H 


75 N.C. State 


73 R 


84 


Clemson 


83 H 


69 Davidson 


83 R 


8-4 ACC (T2nd 






64 Duke 61 


R 


76 George Washington 


86 H 


92 


North Carolina 


86 R 


95 Wichita 


83 R 


NTT Champions 




77 Wake Forest 68 


H 


82 Virginia 


67 H 


66 


N.C. State 


62 H 


71 Wake Forest 


93 R 


Maryland 






110 Virginia 75 


H 


65 Duke(OT) 


64 R 


63 


Notre Dame 


64 R 


69 N.C. State 


85 R 


100 Brown 


83 


H 


85 Duke 66 


A 


70 North Carolina 


97 R 


63 


Virginia 


61 R 


67 South Carolina 


69 H 


118 George Washington 


96 


R 


105 North Carolina 85 


A 


84 Clemson 


78 H 


101 Duke 


82 H 


85 Duke 


96 R 


57 Virginia 


78 


R 


100 N.C. State 103 A 


88 Pittsburgh 


75 H 


70 


North Carolina 


69 H 


83 Clemson 


78 H 


79 Georgetown 


46 


H 






85 Duke 


72 H 


81 


Clemson 


90 R 


77 Virginia 


78 H 


86 Canisus 


77 


H 


1974-75 




81 Wake Forest 


80 R 


99 


Boston 


76 H 


87 North Carolina 


107 R 


73 Loyola (Md.) 


60 


R 


24-5I12-2H; 10-1R; 2-2N 




68 Virginia 


77 R 


85 


East Carolina 


72 H 


81 N.C. State 


86 H 


102 Holy Cross 


79 


R 


10-2 ACC (1st) 




72 N.C. State 


82 A 


61 


Duke 


66 R 


91 West Virginia 


84 H 


103 Western Kentucky 


67 


H 


ACC Regular Season Champions 






83 


Wake Forest 


77 H 


83 Duke 


93 H 


90 St. John's 


69 


H 


Maryland 




1977-78 




82 


Virginia 


71 H 


68 Navy 


72 R 


83 N.C. State 


70 


H 


106 Richmond 81 


H 


15-13 (10-4H; 1-8R; 


4-1N) 


52 


Georgia Tech (OT) 


49 A 


78 Virginia 


84 R 


61 Clemson 


63 


R 


99 Wake Forest 78 


R 


3-9 ACC (6th) 




91 


Clemson 


85 A 


86 North Carolina 


88 H 


49 Wake Forest 


46 


R 


99 Long Island 




Maryland 




72 


Duke 


73 A 


84 Clemson 


83 R 


85 Navy 


60 


R 


University 84 


H 


95 Bucknell 


62 H 


86 


Tennessee 


75 C 


83 Georgetown 


78 R 


82 Buffalo 


58 


H 


104 Georgetown 71 


R 


78 American 


65 N 


68 


Georgetown 


74 C 


71 South Carolina 


92 A 


72 North Carolina 


92 


R 


113 DePaul 49 


H 


91 Georgetown 


87 N 








H^H^^^^HB 




66 N.C State 


65 


R 


81 George Washington 67 


R 


89 Perm State 


80 N 




198041 




^^^^^^^1 




77 Duke 


58 


H 


105 Georgia Tech 67 


H 


130 East Carolina 


106 H 




21-10 (12-3H; 6-5R; 


3-2N) 


Br ^9 




85 Duquesne 


71 


H 


75 UCLA 81 


H 


90 George Washington 


101 R 




8-6 ACC (4th) 




1**1 




78 Long Island 






96 Appalachian State 50 


H 


94 Long Island 




Maryland 






University 


60 


R 


90 Notre Dame 82 


H 


University 


64 H 


86 


Navy 


64 H 




79 North Carolina 


77 


H 


83 Duke 77 


H 


99 Army 


77 H 


95 


American 


65 H 






67 Clemson 


57 


H 


89 Wake Forest 73 


H 


91 Western Kentucky 


78 H 


96 


Wagner 


73 R 


^K ^- 1 




76 Richmond 


61 


H 


103 N.C. State 85 


H 


65 Georgia Tech 


63 H 


83 


Syracuse 


73 R 


^^k 




59 Duke 


68 


R 


87 Navy 73 


R 


78 Duke 


88 H 


109 Farleigh Dickinson 


83 H 


^p J 




64 Wake Forest 


56 


H 


82 Clemson 83 


R 


75 Wake Forest 


84 R 


67 


Louisville 


78 R 






45 Virginia 


42 


H 


66 North Carolina 69 


H 


82 N.C. State 


88 R 


82 


N.C. State (OT) 


75 H 






CHARLES "LEFTY" DRIES) 1 


54 Clemson 


52 


A 


98 N.C. State 97 


R 


74 Air Force 


73 H 


66 


Georgia Tech 


55 R 


17 Seasons 




62 Virginia 


57 


A 


86 Virginia 79 


H 


90 Clemson 


75 H 


114 Marshall 


89 H 


1969-70 to 1985-86 


64 North Carolina 


73 


A 


65 Fordham 46 


R 


71 North Carolina 


85 R 


74 


St. Joseph's 


57 H 


Record: 348-15! 


1 


67 St. Joseph's 


55 


T 


104 Duke 80 


R 


73 N.C. State 


80 H 


69 


William & Mary 


64 H 


Conference: 122-100 


71 Syracuse 


65 


T 


96 North Carolina 74 


R 


54 Notre Dame 


69 R 


66 


North Carolina 


75 R 






91 Jacksonville 


77 


T 


70 Virginia 51 


R 


64 Virginia 


66 R 


94 


Duke 


79 H 


1969-70 




100 Niagara 


69 


T 


103 Duquesne 82 


R 


81 Nevada Las-Vegas 


68 H 


64 


Virginia 


66 H 


13-13 (10-4H; 3-8R; 0-1N) 








70 Clemson 64 


H 


64 North Carolina 


66 H 


68 


Clemson (OT) 


62 R 


5-9 ACC (6th) 




1972-73 






104 East Tennessee 87 


H 


80 Clemson 


75 R 


81 


Md. -Eastern Shore 


65 H 


Maryland 




23-7 (12-1H; 8-4R; 3-2N) 




85 N.C. State 87 


A 


86 Pittsburgh (OT) 


89 R 


70 


Notre Dame 


73 H 


97 Buffalo 


77 H 


7-5 ACC (3rd) 






83 Creighton 79 


C 


70 Duke 


81 R 


69 


Pittsburgh (OT) 


66 R 


92 George Washington 


71 R 


Maryland 






83 Notre Dame 71 


C 


91 Wake Forest 


89 H 


72 


Georgia Tech 


64 H 


67 Princeton 


75 R 


127 Brown 


82 


H 


82 Louisville 96 


C 


70 Virginia 


79 H 


60 


Wake Forest 


67 R 


87 Wake Forest 


104 H 


82 Richmond 


50 


R 






109 N.C. State (3 OT) 


108 A 


54 


Duke 


55 R 


68 South Carolina 


101 H 


107 Canisus 


80 


H 


1975-76 




69 Duke 


81 A 


72 


Clemson 


70 H 


54 Army 


69 H 


99 Georgetown 


73 


R 


22-6 (13-2H; 8-3R; 1-1N) 








63 


North Carolina 


76 H 


94 Fordham 


71 H 


88 George Washington 


79 


H 


7-5 ACC (T2nd) 




1978-79 




94 


Wake Forest 


80 H 


94 Delaware 


58 H 


90 Georgia Tech 


55 


H 


Maryland 




19-11 (12-4H; 4-4R; 


3-3N) 


76 


N.C. State 


72 R 


57 N.C. State 


91 R 


90 Syracuse 


76 


H 


127 East Carolina 84 


H 


6-6 ACC (4th) 




63 


Virginia 


74 R 


96 Wake Forest 


88 R 


76 Kent State 


58 


H 


99 DePauw 42 


H 


Maryland 




56 


Duke 


53 A 


83 West Virginia 


76 H 


79 Clemson 


75 


R 


98 Richmond 71 


R 


107 Bucknell 


97 H 


85 


Virginia 


62 A 


44 South Carolina 


55 R 


93 Virginia 


74 


H 


122 Boston University 82 


H 


65 Georgetown 


68 N 


60 


North Carolina 


61 A 


75 Clemson 


63 R 


85 N.C. State 


87 


H 


93 Georgia Tech 65 


H 


81 Air Force 


68 R 


81 


Tennessee 




73 Navy 


57 H 


76 Navy 


67 


R 


81 Fordham 56 


H 


88 Nevada Las- Vegas 


94 R 




Chattanooga 


69 C 


97 Maine 


68 H 


105 Wake Forest 


76 


H 


70 UNC Charlotte 60 


H 


69 Perm State 


61 N 


64 


Indiana 


99 C 


52 Duke 


50 H 


100 Long Island 






104 Seton Hall 69 


H 


86 Biscayne 


60 H 








69 North Carolina 


77 H 


University 


73 


H 


66 Princeton 59 


H 


82 East Carolina 


71 H 




1981-82 




54 N.C. State 


64 R 


94 North Carolina 


88 


H 


111 Long Island 




124 N.C. State 


110 H 




16-13 (13-3H; 2-8R; 


1-2N) 


81 Georgetown 


71 H 


78 N.C. State 


89 


R 


University 88 


H 


129 Canisus 


103 H 




5-9 ACC (5th) 




69 Virginia 


71 R 


81 Duke 


85 


R 


82 George Washington 72 


R 


62 St. Joseph's (OT) 


56 H 


Maryland 




83 North Carolina 


90 R 


83 Fordham 


72 


R 


93 Wake Forest 96 


R 


83 Southern California 


79 H 


49 


St. Peter's 


42 H 


76 Duke 


87 R 


93 Buffalo 


64 


H 


87 N.C. State 69 


R 


84 George Washington 


72 H 


82 


Lafayette 


58 H 


103 Clemson 


85 H 


85 North Carolina 


95 


R 


87 Navy 69 


R 


60 Wake Forest 


66 H 


87 


Long Island 




78 West Virginia 


83 R 


69 Clemson 


66 


H 


77 Clemson 82 


H 


82 N.C. State (2 OT) 


81 R 




University 


79 H 


79 Virginia 


71 H 


81 Duquesne 


71 


R 


93 North Carolina (OT) 95 


R 


84 Louisville 


99 H 


74 


George Mason 


62 H 


57 N.C. State 


67 A 


96 Duke 


68 


H 


102 N.C. State 84 


H 


77 Clemson 


63 R 


76 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


64 H 






60 Wake Forest 


62 


R 


69 Notre Dame 63 


R 


53 North Carolina 


54 H 


75 


Towson State 


59 H 


1970-71 




92 Virginia 


81 


R 


69 Vuginia 66 


R 


82 Navy 


62 H 


53 


N.C. State 


74 R 


14-12 (11-4H; 3-7R; 0-1N) 


77 Clemson 


61 


A 


102 Duke 91 


H 


66 Notre Dame 


65 H 


90 


Ohio University 


64 H 


5-9 ACC (T6th) 




73 Wake Forest 


65 


A 


69 North Carolina 81 


H 


63 Virginia 


69 H 


43 


Georgia Tech 


45 H 


Maryland 




74 N.C. State 


76 


A 


98 Clemson 89 


R 


78 Duke 


87 R 


57 


UCLA 


90 R 


86 Delaware 


73 H 


91 Syracuse 


75 


C 


72 Georgetown 63 


R 


67 North Carolina 


76 R 


50 


North Carolina 


66 H 


109 Buffalo 


70 H 


89 Providence 


103 C 


67 Duke 69 


R 


77 Clemson 


69 H 


40 


Duke 


36 R 


85 Lehigh 


66 H 








105 Wake Forest 91 


H 


70 Duke 


68 H 


40 


Virginia (OT) 


45 R 


72 Wake Forest 


71 H 


1973-74 






81 Virginia 73 


H 


54 Wake Forest 


53 R 


62 


Clemson 


57 H 


70 South Carolina 


96 R 


23-5(12-lH;9-3R;2-lN) 




80 Duke(OT) 78 


A 


72 Vugirua 


75 R 


91 


Canisus 


73 H 


79 Georgetown 


92 R 


9-3 ACC (T2nd 






65 Virginia 73 


A 


75 Clemson 


67 A 


51 


Notre Dame 


55 R 


80 Tampa 


72 H 


Maryland 










79 North Carolina 


102 A 


50 


William & Mary 


43 R 


111 Miami (Fla.) 


77 H 


64 UCLA 


65 


R 


1976-77 




67 Rhode Island (3 OT) 


65 T 


61 


Georgia Tech 


64 R 


99 Richmond 


67 H 


106 Eastern Kentucky 


57 


H 


19-8 (15-4H; 3-3R; 1-1N) 




72 Ohio State 


79 T 


61 


Wake Forest 


56 H 


81 N.C. State 


83 H 


115 Georgetown 


83 


H 


7-5 ACC (4th) 








77 


Duke 


60 H 


31 South Carolina 


30 H 


78 San Francisco 


60 


R 


Maryland 




1979-80 




94 


Hofstra 


59 H 


56 Clemson 


52 H 


53 Santa Clara 


32 


R 


79 Notre Dame (OT) 80 


H 


24-7, (16-OH: 4-4R; 


1-3N) 


56 


North Carolina 


59 R 


69 George Washington 


67 H 


102 Holy Cross 


75 


H 


86 Ball State 70 


H 


11-3 ACC (1st) 




66 


Clemson 


75 R 


88 Loyola (Md.) 


69 R 


58 Boston College 


37 


H 


49 Long Island 




ACC Regular Season Champions 


42 


wake Forest 


48 R 


70 North Carolina 


105 R 


96 Richmond 


60 


R 


University 45 


H 


Maryland 




38 


N.C. State 


52 H 


61 N.C. State 


71 R 


89 Clemson 


60 


H 


58 Princeton 45 


H 


82 Md.-Eastern Shore 


58 H 


47 


Virginia (OT) 


46 H 


88 Duke 


79 R 


72 Wake Forest 


59 


R 


80 East Carolina 69 


H 


56 Perm State 


55 N 


28 


N.C State 


40 A 


63 Virginia 


78 R 


74 N.C. State 


80 


R 


92 DePaul 74 


H 


71 Georgetown 


83 N 


66 


Richmond 


50 T 


67 Duke 


70 H 


112 Fordham 


73 


H 


76 Appalachian State 74 


H 


72 Brown 


59 H 


69 


Georgia 


83 T 


76 North Carolina 


100 H 


72 Navy 
86 Canisus 


50 


R 


106 Bucknell 72 


H 


113 Catholic 


79 H 








56 SetonHall 


55 R 


73 


H 


84 Xavier 74 


H 


70 Georgia Tech 


60 H 




1982-83 




45 Clemson 


51 R 


73 North Carolina 


82 


R 


96 Syracuse 85 


H 


95 Bucknell 


73 H 




20-10 (14-3H; 5-4R; 


1-3N) 


81 West Virginia 


83 H 


80 N.C. State 


36 


H 


90 Richmond 87 


H 


115 Miami (Ohio) 


76 H 




8-6 ACC (T3rd 




66 Wake Forest 


72 R 


101 Duke 


83 


H 


85 Wake Forest (OT) 86 


H 


85 Temple 


63 H 


Maryland 




89 Virginia 


84 H 


88 Vugirua 


81 


R 


87 N.C. State 80 


H 


83 Georgia Tech 


73 R 


79 


Perm State 


97 N 


63 South Carolina 


71 A 


92 George Washington 


71 


R 


62 Navy 54 


N 


84 Wake Forest 


76 R 


91 


Md -Eastern Shore 


70 H 






91 North Carolina 


80 


H 


71 Clemson 93 


R 


62 N.C. State 


67 R 


67 


Cansius 


66 R 



127 















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l/Jatt 


\(&mL Tw 


YOflAiS 








56 St. Joseph's 


64 


H 


64 


Clemson 


71 


R 




1 

1987-88 




98 CSU-Sacramento 


68 N 


72 Louisville 


67 H 


85 Duguesne 


64 


H 


43 


Georgia Tech 


48 


R 


18-13 (E J i! G'/R, 4 2Ni 


110 Alcom State 


91 H 


109 Howard 


69 H 


66 Towson State 


56 


H 


91 


Towson State 


38 


H 




6-8 ACC (5th) 




88 Wake Forest 


82 H 


75 Georgia Tech 


85 H 


80 UCLA(2 0T) 


79 


H 


69 


Wake Forest 


66 


H 


Maryland 




77 Clemson 


82 R 


73 North Carolina 


101 R 


73 American 


71 


H 


71 


N.C. State 


70 


H 


74 Loyola (Md.) 


60 N 


98 North Carolina 


88 H 


85 Florida State 


105 R 


56 William & Mary 


51 


H 


60 


Virginia 


55 


R 


77 Mississippi 


96 N 


80 Duke 


91 R 


73 Wake Forest 


86 H 


64 Virginia 


83 


H 


73 


Duke 


86 


A 


65 Winthrop 


52 H 


74 Virginia 


72 R 


89 Oklahoma 


78 N 


71 North Carolina 


72 


R 


69 


Miami (OH) (OT) 


68 


C 


49 West Virginia 


75 R 


61 Boston University 


65 R 


70 N.C. State 


65 R 


67 Duke 


56 


H 


64 


Mavy 


59 


C 


82 St. Mary's 


54 R 


84 South Florida 


66 H 


72 Clemson 


82 R 


80 Clemson 


61 


R 


43 


Villanova 


46 


C 


75 East Carolina 


59 H 


61 N.C. State 


81 R 


62 Duke 


78 H 


68 Notre Dame 


67 


H 










54 Louisiana State 


55 R 


89 Virginia Tech 


80 H 


68 Virginia 


70 H 


55 Holy Cross 


53 


H 




1985-86 






82 South Carolina 


77 H 


84 Georgia Tech 


90 H 


79 Georgia Tech 


93 R 


56 N.C. State 


81 


H 


19-14,10 5H. 5 7!! .! 2 Nl 


88 Arkansas 


61 H 


73 Clemson 


75 H 


63 North Carolina 


77 H 


98 Navy 


73 


H 




6-8 ACC (6th) 






93 Wake Forest 


76 H 


111 Duke (OT) 


114 H 


84 Florida State 


87 H 


87 Old Dominion 


67 


H 


Maryland 






85 Missouri 


93 R 


78 Georgia Tech 


80 R 


64 Wake Forest 


88 R 


77 Georgia Tech 


68 


H 


48 


Northeastern 


72 


H 


68 Clemson 


53 H 


80 North Carolina 


76 R 


88 N.C. State 


71 H 


66 Wake Forest 


79 


R 


81 


George Mason 


80 


R 


65 North Carolina 


71 H 


64 Southern California 


62 R 


73 Clemson 


81 H 


106 North Carolina 


94 


H 


66 


Ohio State 


78 


R 


72 Duke 


69 R 


113 Md.-BaMmore Cty 


61 H 


79 Duke 


95 R 


92 Clemson 


88 


H 


74 


Farleigh Dickinson 


51 


H 


72 Virginia 


84 R 


74 Wake Forest 


84 R 


74 Virginia 


88 R 


101 Duke 


90 


R 


77 


William & Mary 


48 


H 


81 N.C. State 


83 H 


96 N.C. State 


95 H 


76 N.C. State 


55 A 


60 Georgia Tech 


70 


R 


61 


UNLV 


64 


H 


78 Notre Dame 


75 R 


89 Virginia 


74 H 


66 North Carolina 


102 A 


83 Wake Forest 


75 


H 


42 


West Virginia 


41 


R 


70 Old Dominion 


65 R 


84 Duke 


104 A 






67 N.C. State 


68 


R 


91 


Towson State 


58 


H 


83 Georgia Tech 


96 H 


91 Massachusetts 


81 T 


1993-94 




81 Virginia 


83 


R 


60 


Alabama 


58 


H 


70 Clemson 


66 R 


78 Penn State 


80 T 


18-12 (10-3H, 4-6R, 4-3N) 


58 Georgia Tech (OT) 


64 


A 


67 


Stanford 


55 


N 


83 Duke 


90 H 






8-8 ACC (T4th) 




52 Tennessee 






92 


Hawaii Pacific 


85 


R 


82 Georgia Tech 


104 R 


1990-91 




Maryland 




Chattanooga 


51 


C 


75 


Juke 


81 


H 


73 North Carolina 


74 R 


16-12 (11-3 H; 3-8 R; 2-1 N) 


84 Georgetown (#15) 




50 Houston 


60 


C 


74 


Rand. Macon 


50 


H 


101 Md.-Eastem Shore 


51 H 


5-9 ACC (7th) 




(OT) 


83 R 








67 


Georgia Tech 


68 


R 


70 Wake Forest 


65 R 


Maryland 




92 Cornell 


41 H 


1983-84 






67 


"forth Carolina 


71 


H 


68 N.C. State 


74 R 


93 Towson State 


69 H 


93 Rider 


79 H 


24-8 (13-2H; 6-4 R; 5-2 N 




49 


Virginia 


70 


R 


69 Virginia 


63 H 


72 Southern California 


59 H 


89 Md.-Baltimore 




9-5 ACC (2nd) 






55 


N.C. State 


67 


H 


84 Georgia Tech 


67 A 


85 West Virginia 


90 R 


County 


80 H 


ACC Tournament Champions 


68 


Duke 


80 


R 


64 North Carolina 


74 A 


85 Boston College 


100 N 


85 Morgan State 


62 H 


Maryland 






77 


Wake Forest 


55 


H 


92 Cal.-Santa Barbara 


82 C 


70 Jacksonville 


71 R 


85 Oklahoma 


88 N 


87 Johns Hopkins 


65 


H 


62 


Villanova 


64 


R 


81 Kentucky 


90 C 


93 UC-Irvine 


79 H 


109 Towson State 


71 N 


68 Ohio State 


72 


N 


62 


Notre Dame 


69 


R 








64 Lafayette 


48 H 


93 Hofstra 


67 N 


77 Canisus 


55 


H 


78 


Clemson 


69 


R 




1988-89 




86 Rutgers 


81 N 


80 Massachusetts (#9) 


94 N 


67 Perm State 


58 


N 


67 


N.C. State 


66 


R 


9-20 (5-9 H; 0-10 R; 4-1 N) 


78 South Carolina 


69 N 


91 Georgia Tech (#12) 


88 R 


78 Duquesne 


67 


R 


60 


Clemson 


70 


R 




1-13 ACC (8th) 




62 Wake Forest 


74 R 


70 North Carolina (#2) 


75 H 


104 Md.-Eastem Shore 


69 


H 


91 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


44 


H 


Maryland 




81 Clemson 


65 H 


80 Florida State 


74 H 


89 Boston College 


76 


H 


77 


North Carolina 


72 


R 


74 Texas Christian 


67 N 


92 Md. -Baltimore Cty 


66 H 


61 Wake Forest 


58 R 


58 Randolph Macon 


52 


H 


70 


Georgia Tech 


77 


H 


69 Georgia State 


62 N 


73 North Carolina 


105 R 


102 N.C. State 


70 H 


96 La Salle 


83 


H 


59 


Wake Forest 


48 


R 


97 Md.-Eastem Shore 


53 H 


78 Duke 


94 H 


73 Clemson 


53 H 


59 N.C. State 


55 


R 


87 


Virginia 


72 


H 


51 South Carolina 


57 R 


62 Virginia 


76 H 


62 Duke (#2) 


75 R 


58 William & Mary 


44 


H 


85 


North Carolina 


75 


A 


73 Morgan State 


61 H 


87 South Florida 


81 R 


73 Virginia 


66 R 


62 North Carolina 


74 


H 


62 


Georgia Tech 


64 


A 


68 Arkansas 


73 R 


85 Boston University 


59 H 


71 Georgia Tech 


83 H 


81 Duke 


66 


R 


69 


Pepperdine 


64 


C 


74 Monmouth 


70 H 


104 N.C. State 


100 H 


89 North Carolina (#1) 


95 R 


85 Clemson 


72 


H 


64 


UNLV 


70 


C 


61 West Virginia 


69 H 


72 American 


69 H 


69 Florida State 


66 A 


69 Old Dominion 


58 


R 










74 Lamar 


65 N 


65 Georgia Tech 


80 R 


81 Wake Forest 


58 H 


47 Notre Dame 


52 


R 










51 Texas El-Paso 


69 R 


69 Clemson 


73 R 


94 Loyola (Md.) 


71 H 






67 Virginia 


66 


R 




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77 Louisiana State 


69 H 


81 Duke 


101 R 


71 N.C. State 


79 R 


70 Georgia Tech 


71 


R 




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60 Wake Forest 


70 R 


96 Georgia Tech 


93 H 


73 Clemson 


67 R 


87 Wake Forest 


90 


R 




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58 Clemson 


75 R 


75 North Carolina 


87 H 


69 Duke (#2) 


73 H 


84 Duke 


89 


H 




^b B* 






72 North Carolina 


88 R 


82 Virginia Tech 


67 R 


70 Virginia 


68 H 


61 Dayton 


59 


H 




^■j?^ Ba 






72 Duke 


82 H 


86 Wake Forest 


78 H 


63 Virginia 


69 A 


66 Clemson 


65 


R 




■V mk 






58 Virginia (OT) 


64 H 


91 N.C. State 


114 R 


74 St. Louis (#22) 


66 C 


63 North Carolina 


78 


R 




^H ^r 






73 Missouri 


87 H 


78 Virginia 


74 R 


95 Massachusetts (#9) 


87 C 


79 Georgia Tech 


74 


H 




Stt^r 






67 N.C. State 


90 H 






71 Michigan (#11) 


78 C 


90 Wake Forest 


79 


H 




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78 UMBC 


66 H 


1991-92 








63 N.C. State 


50 


H 








74 Georgia Tech 
98 Clemson 


87 R 
87 H 


14-15 (10-5 H; 2-7 R: '-' 


1994-95 




74 Virginia 


65 


H 










5-11 ACC (8th) 




26-8 (16-0 H; 4-4 R; 6-4 N) 


69 N.C. State 


63 


A 




BOB WADE 






60 Duke 


86 R 


Maryland 




12-4 ACC (Tlst) 


66 Wake Forest 


64 


A 




3 Seasons 






66 Georgia Tech 


67 H 


83 Mount St. Mary's 


53 H 


Maryland 




74 Duke 


62 


A 




1986-87 to 1988-89 




75 North Carolina 


86 H 


115 Md.-Eastem Shore 


60 H 


95 Chaminade 


67 N 


102 West Virginia 


77 


C 




Record: 36-50 






61 Wake Forest 


75 H 


93 American 


68 H 


90 Utah 


78 N 


70 Illinois 


72 


C 




Conference: 7-35 




77 N.C. State 


94 R 


76 Providence 


66 N 


90 Arizona State 


97 N 
















59 Virginia 


86 R 


101 West Virginia 


91 H 


92 Loyola (Md.) 


62 H 


1984-85 














71 N.C. State 


49 A 


79 Louisville 


96 R 


102 Bucknell 


64 H 


25-12 (14-2 H;7-6 R; 


4-4 N) 




198647 






58 North Carolina 


88 A 


83 Towson State 


76 H 


102 Md: Baltimore Cty 


77 H 


8-6 ACC (T4th 
Maryland 








9-17 (8-8 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 ' 










83 Rider College 
79 Rutgers 


69 H 


113 Colgate 

74 Massachusetts (#5) 


53 H 








0-14 ACC (8th) 








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95 N 


85 N 


56 Kansas 


58 


N 


Mar 


yland 








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64 Evansville 


75 N 


120 Towson State 


73 H 


54 Alaska 


52 


R 


76 


Winthrop 


58 


H 




(J 1 


1 




67 Georgia Tech (#15) 


92 R 


138 Morgan State 


72 H 


72 Tennessee 


49 


N 


70 


Farleigh Dickinson 


59 


H 




W-tr «* 1 






66 Duke(#l) 


83 H 


96 La Salle 


80 H 


56 West Virginia 


47 


H 


50 


Notre Dame 


63 


H 




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88 N.C. State 


94 R 


98 American 


77 H 


95 Cleveland St. 


84 


H 


47 


N.C. State 


69 


R 








76 North Carolina (#14 


96 R 


80 Georgia Tech (#24) 


67 H 


59 Alabama 


54 


R 


79 


Towson State 


71 


H 




Jk 






83 Florida State (#23) 


85 R 


90 North Carolina (#1) 


100 R 


76 Ohio State 


73 


H 


65 


North Carolina 


98 


R 




^m**~'h 






65 Geor0a Tech 


67 H 


70 Florida State 


57 R 


87 Md.-Eastem Shore 


48 


H 


64 


Virginia 


71 


H 




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^ 


77 N.C. State 


74 H 


76 Wake Forest (#14) 


66 H 


81 Loyola 


74 


R 


61 


Duke 


85 


H 




■■LJL-I 


ftjL" 


89 Duke(#l) 


91 R 


84 N.C. State 


67 R 


78 Iowa(OT) 


68 


N 


64 


Clemson 


72 


R 




GARY WILLIAMS 


70 Clemson 


82 R 


56 Clemson 


51 R 


79 Hawaii 


71 


R 


77 


Bucknell 


68 


H 




6 Seasons 




84 UNC-Greensboro 


55 H 


74 Duke 


72 H 


69 Georgia Tech 


70 


N 


65 


West Virginia 


62 


H 




1989-90 to Present 


82 North Carolina (#10 


80 H 


71 Virginia (#15) 


62 H 


58 N.C. State 


56 


H 


73 


Old Dominion 


87 


R 




Record: 105-77 




77 Wake Forest 


66 R 


91 Georgia Tech (#21) 


100 R 


61 Dayton 


67 


R 


90 


James Madison 


76 


R 




Conference: 38-52 


74 Virginia 


76 H 


86 North Carolina (#1) 


73 H 


74 North Carolina 


75 


R 


72 


Georgia Tech 


76 


R 








81 Clemson 


75 N 


80 Florida State 


65 H 


78 Duke(OT) 


76 


H 


58 


Wake Forest 


69 


R 




1989-90 




87 Duke(#l) 


94 N 


54 Wake Forest (#14) 


63 R 


94 Clemson 


84 


H 


79 


Clemson 


80 


H 


1 


9-14 (12-4 H; 3-7 R; 4-3 N) 






74 Cincinnati 


72 N 


76 UNLV 


78 


R 


67 


Duke 


76 


R 




6-8 ACC (T5th 




1992-93 results 


84 N.C. State 


71 H 


99 Holy Cross 


75 


H 


74 


Georgia Tech 


78 


H 


Mar} 


'land 




12-16 (8-7H: 2-8 R, 2-1 N) 


84 Clemson 


68 H 


77 Notre Dame 


85 


H 


86 


North Carolina 


93 


H 


87 


Delaware 


53 H 


2-14 ACC (8th) 




94 Duke 


92 R 


77 Villanova 


74 


H 


73 


Central Florida 


93 


H 


105 i 


\ugusta College 


74 H 


Maryland 




67 Virginia (#13) 


92 R 


71 Virginia 


58 


H 


78 


UMBC 


64 


H 


51 


Jouth Carolina 


52 N 


103 Md.-Baltimore Cty. 


80 H 


71 Florida State 


64 N 


60 Georgia Tech 


72 


H 


68 


Wake Forest 


75 


H 


78 


tarry 


60 N 


72 West Virginia 


86 R 


92 North Carolina (#2) 




87 Old Dominion 


75 


H 


72 


N.C. State 


85 


H 


65 


Donnecticut 


87 N 


94 Md.-Eastem Shore 


63 H 


(OT) 


97 A 


64 Wake Forest 


62 


R 


117 


Md.-Eastem Shore 


51 


H 


68 


acksonville 


53 H 


98 American 


67 H 


87 Gonzaga 


63 C 


62 Duke 


70 


R 


77 


Virginia 


82 


R 


63 


Doppin State 


70 H 


93 La Salle 


76 R 


82 Texas 


68 C 


54 North Carolina 


60 


H 


63 


North Carolina 


82 


A 


104 


Deorge Mason 


86 N 


78 Towson State 


68 H 


89 Connecticut (#8) 


99 C 
















91 


i. Tennessee St. 


86 


N 


103 Morgan State 


63 H 







128 



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IN-SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



Tournament Appearances: 45 

Record 69-27 (.719) 

Championships 17 

Runner-Ups: 8 

Ail-American City Tournament Owensboro, Ken. 

December 30, 1953-January 2, 1954 

Maryland 66 * Evansville 58 

Maryland 54 * Kentucky Wesleyan 37 (CHAMPIONS) 

All-American City Tournament Owensboro, Ken 

December 27-30, 1954 

Maryland 58 * Texas Tech 54 

Maryland 83 * Rhode Island State 66 

Maryland 78 * Cincinnati 61 (CHAMPIONS) 

Mid-Winter Festival College Park, Md., 

December 29-30, 1955 

Michigan State 95 * Maryland 75 

Maryland 75 * St. Francis (Pa.) 66 

All-American City Tournament Owensboro, Ken. 

December 28-31, 1956 

Maryland 89 * Montana State 72 

New Mexico A&M 45 * Maryland 43 

Maryland 43 * Virginia 39 

Sugar Bowl Tournament New Orleans. La. 

December 28-30, 1957 

Maryland 71 * Vanderbilt 56 

Memphis State 47 * Maryland 46 (3 OT) 

Sugar Bowl Tournament New Orleans, La. 

December 29-30, 1958 

Mississippi State 56 * Maryland 45 

Maryland 54 * Loyola (Md.) 50 

Blue Grass Tournament Louisville, Ken. 

December 28-29, 1959 

Indiana 72 * Maryland 63 

Maryland 56 * Fordham 54 

Dixie Classic Raleigh, N.C. 

December 28-31, 1960 
North Carolina 81 * Maryland 57 
N.C. State 75 ' Maryland 67 
Maryland 84 * Wyoming 77 

Sugar Bowl Tournament New Orleans, La. 

December 29-30, 1961 

Mississippi State 64 * Maryland 62 

Louisville 83 * Maryland 64 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute Tournament Blacksburg, Va. 

December 20-21, 1963 

Tennessee 70 * Maryland 59 

Maryland 75 * Louisiana State 65 

Evansville Holiday Tournament Evansville, Ind. 

December 27-28, 1963 

Arizona 57 * Maryland 54 

Maryland 82 * Columbia 76 

Hurricane Classic Miami, Fla. 

December 28-29, 1964 

Maryland 66 * Tulsa 59 

Miami (Fla.) 80 * Maryland 73 

Sugar Bowl Tournament New Orleans, La. 

December 29-30, 1965 

Maryland 69 * Houston 68 

Maryland 77 * Dayton 75 (CHAMPIONS) 

Memphis State Invitational Memphis, Tenn. 

December 16-17, 1966 

Maryland 50 * Oklahoma State 49 

Memphis State 55 * Maryland 53 

Charlotte Invitational Charlotte, N.C. 

December 28-29, 1966 

Maryland 66 * Davidson 55 

Maryland 57 * Army 54 (CHAMPIONS) 

Sun Carnival Tournament El Paso, Texas 

December 21-22, 1967 

Texas El-Paso 70 * Maryland 53 

Southern Illinois 73 * Maryland 72 

Marshall Invitational Tournament Huntingtown, W.V. 

December 20-21, 1968 

Maryland 89 ' Marshall 80 

Miami (Fla.) 92 * Maryland 35 

Charlotte Invitational Tournament Charlotte, N.C. 

December 27-28, 1968 



Davidson 83 * Maryland 69 

Maryland 95 * Wichita 83 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 19-20, 1969 

Army 69 * Maryland 64 

Maryland 94 * Fordham 71 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1971 

Maryland 103 * Western Kentucky 67 

Maryland 90 * St. John's 69 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1972 

Maryland 90 * Georgia Tech 53 

Maryland 90 * Syracuse 76 (CHAMPIONS) 

Cable Car Classic San Francisco, Calif. 

December 21-22, 1973 

Maryland 78 * San Francisco 60 

Maryland 53 * Santa Clara 32 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 28-29, 1973 

Maryland 102 * Holy Cross 75 

Maryland 58 * Boston College 37 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 27-28, 1974 

Maryland 105 * Georgia Tech 67 

UCLA 81 * Maryland 75 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1975 

Maryland 104 * Seton Hall 69 

Maryland 66 * Princeton 59 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 28-29, 1976 

Maryland 84 * Xavier 74 

Maryland 84 * Syracuse 74 

Tip-Off Tournament Landover, Md. 

November 27-28, 1977 

Maryland 78 * American 65 

Maryland 91 * Georgetown 87 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational Tournament College Park, Md. 

December 28-29, 1977 

Maryland 91 * Western Kentucky 78 

Maryland 65 * Georgia Tech 63 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational Tournament College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1978 

Maryland 62 * St. Joseph's 57 

Maryland 83 * Southern California 79 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational Tournament College Park, Md. 

December 28-29, 1979 

Maryland 115 * Miami (Ohio) 76 

Maryland 85 * Temple 63 (CHAMPIONS) 

Carrier Classic Syracuse, N.Y. 

December 5-6, 1980 

Maryland 96 * Wagner 73 

Maryland 83 * Syracuse 73 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1980 

Maryland 114 * Marshall 89 

Maryland 74 * St. Joseph's 57 (CHAMPIONS) 

Maryland Invitational College Park, Md. 

December 29-30, 1983 

Maryland 58 * Randolph Macon 52 

Maryland 96 ' La Salle 83 (CHAMPIONS) 

Great Alaska Shootout Anchorage, Alaska 

November 23-25, 1984 

Kansas 58 * Maryland 56 

Maryland 54 * Alaska 52 

Maryland 72 * Tennessee 49 

Rainbow Classic Honolulu, Hawaii 

December 25-28, 1984 

Maryland 78 * Iowa 68 (OT) 

Maryland 79 * Hawaii 71 

Georgia Tech 70 ' Maryland 69 

Hawaii Pacific Tournament Honolulu, Hawaii 

December 28-29, 1984 

Maryland 67 ' Stanford 65 

Maryland 92 ' Hawaii Pacific 85 (CHAMPIONS) 




Neil Brayton played with cur- 
rent Terps head coach Gary 
Williams on the 1965 Sugar 
Bowl Tournament cham- 
pionship team. 



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James Tillman helped the 
Terps to the championships of 
the 1975 Maryland 
Invitational and thel976 Tip- 
Oft Tournaments. 



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MCI Harbor Classic Baltimore, Md. 

November 27-28, 1987 

Maryland 74 * Loyola 60 

Maryland 77 * Mississippi 69 (CHAMPIONS) 

Freedom Bowl Classic Irvine, Calif. 

November 25-26, 1988 

Maryland 74 * Texas Christian 67 

Maryland 69 * Georgia State 62 (CHAMPIONS) 

Sun Bowl Tournament El Paso, Texas 

December 29-30, 1988 

Maryland 74 * Lamar 65 

Texas El Paso 69 * Maryland 51 

Central Fidelity Classic Richmond, Va. 

December 1-2, 1989 

South Carolina 52 * Maryland 51 

Maryland 78 * Army 60 

Chaminade Christmas Classic Honolulu, Hawaii 

December 22-24, 1989 

Maryland 104 * George Mason 86 



Maryland 91 * East Tennessee St. 86 

Maryland 98 * Cal State-Sacramento 68 (CHAMPIONS) 



ECAC Holiday Festival 

December 27-29, 1990 
Maryland 86 * Rutgers 81 
Maryland 78 * South Carolina 69 
Fiesta Bowl Classic 
December 28 & 30, 1991 
Rutgers 95 * Maryland 79 
Evansville 75 * Maryland 64 
Hall of Fame Classic 
December 28-29, 1993 
Maryland 93 * Hofstra 67 
Massachusetts 94 * Maryland 80 
Maui Invitational 
November 21-23, 1994 
Maryland 95 * Chaminade 67 
Maryland 90 * Utah 78 
Arizona State 97 * Maryland 90 



New York, N.Y. 



Tucson, Ariz. 



Springfield, Mass 



Maui, Lahina, Hawaii 



POST-SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT 

NCAA 12 Appearances 

17-12 

2 Final Eight (1973, 1975) 
5 Sweet Sixteen (1958, 1980, 1985, 1994, 1995) 
1957-58 NCAA Eastern Regional 
Regional Semifinals/Third Place Finish 
(at New York, N.Y.) 

Maryland 88 * Boston College 63 (3-11-58) 
(at Charlotte, N.C.) 

Temple 81 * Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 

Maryland 51 * Manhattan 55 (3-15-78) 
1972-73 NCAA Eastern Regional 
Regional Finals 
(at Charlotte, N.C.) 

Maryland 91 * Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 

Providence 103 * Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 
1974-75 NCAA Midwest Regional 
Regional Finals 
(at Lubbock, Texas) 

Maryland 83 * Creighton 79 (3-15-75) 
(at Las Cruces, New Mexico) 

Maryland 83 * Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 

Louisville 96 * Maryland (3-22-75) 
1979-80 NCAA Eastern Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Greensboro, N.C.) 

No. 2 Maryland 86 * No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 
(at Philadelphia, Pa.) 

No. 3 Georgetown 74 * No. 2 Maryland 68 (3-14-80) 
1980-81 NCAA Midwest Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Dayton, Ohio) 

No. 6 Maryland 81 * No. 11 UT Chattanooga 69 (3-12-81) 

No. 3 Indiana 99 * No. 6 Maryland 64 (3-13-81) 
1982-83 NCAA Midwest Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Houston, Texas) 

No. 8 Maryland 52 * No. 9 UT Chattanooga 51 (3-17-83) 

No. 1 Houston 60 * No. 9 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) 
1983-84 NCAA Mideast Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Birmingham, Ala.) 

No. 3 Maryland 102 * No. 11 West Virginia 77 (3-17-84) 
(at Lexington, Ken.) 

No. 2 Illinois 72 * No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 
1984-85 NCAA Southeast Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Dayton, Ohio) 

No. 5 Maryland 69 * No. 12 Miami (Ohio) 68 (OT) (3-15-85) 

No. 5 Maryland 64 * No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-85) 
(at Birmingham, Ala.) 

No. 8 Villanova 46 * No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 



1985-86 NCAA Western Regional 
Regional Quarterfinals 

(at Long Beach, Calif.) 

No. 5 Maryland 69 * No. 12 Pepperdme 64 (3-14-86) 

No. 4 Nevada Las Vegas 70 * No. 5 Maryland 64 (3-16-i 
1987-88 NCAA Southeast Regional 
Regional Quarterfinals 
(at Cincinnati, Ohio) 

No. 7 Maryland 92 * No 12 Cal-Santa Barbara 82 (3-18-! 

No. 2 Kentucky 90 * No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
1993-94 NCAA Midwest Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Wichita, Kan.) 

No. 10 Maryland 74 * No. 7 St. Louis 67 (3-17-94) 

No. 10 Maryland 95 * No. 2 Massachusetts 87 (3-19-88) 
(at Dallas, Texas) 

No. 3 Michigan 78 * No. 10 Maryland 71 
1994-95 NCAA West Regional 
Regional Semifinals 
(at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

No. 3 Maryland 87 * No. 14 Gonzaga 63 (3-16-95) 

No. 3 Maryland 82 * No. 11 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 
(at Oakland, Calif.) 

No. 2 Connecticut 99 * No. 2 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 



NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 

NIT 4 Appearances 

8 Wins - 3 losses 

Championships: 1 (1972) 
1972-73 (16 Teams) 

(at New York, N.Y.) 

Maryland 67 * St. Joseph's 55 (First Round) 
Maryland 71 * Syracuse 65 (Quarterfinals) 
Maryland 91 * Jacksonville 77 (Semifinals 
Maryland 100 * Niagara 69 (Championship Game) 

1978-79 (24 teams) 

(at College Park, Md.) 

Maryland 67 * Rhode Island 65 (3 OT) (First Round) 
Maryland 72 (Second Round) 



: Richmond 50 (First Round) 



Ohio State 79 ' 
1981-82 (32 Teams) 
(at Richmond, Va.) 

Maryland 60 * 
(at Athens, Ga.) 

Georgia 83 * Maryland 69 (Second Round) 
1989-90 (32 Teams) 
(at College Park, Md.) 

Maryland 91 * Massachusetts 81 (First Round) (3-15-90) 
(at State College, Pa.) 

Perm State 80 * Maryland 78 (Second Round) 




Brad Davis was a member of 
Maryland's 1975 NCAA 
Tournament team which 
reached the Midwest Regional 
tinals. 




Tony Massenburg helped 
Maryland reach the second 
round of the 1990 NIT 
Tournament. 



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AP RANKING 



UPI/CNN-USA Today Rankings 



1954 


7. 


N.C. State 


1958 


1975 


1984 


1. Kentucky 


8. 


Arizona State 


1. 


West Virginia 


1. 


Indiana 


1. 


North Carolina 


2. La Salle 


9. 


North Carolina 


2. 


Cincinnati 


2. 


UCLA 


2. 


Georgetown 


3. Holy Cross 


10. 


Alabama 


3. 


San Francisco 


3. 


Louisville 


3. 


Kentucky 


4. Indiana 


1976 


4. 


Kansas State 


4. 


Kentucky 


4. 


DePaul 


5. Duquesne 


1. 


Indiana 


5. 


Temple 


5. 


Maryland 


5. 


Houston 


6. Notre Dame 


2. 


Marquette 


6. 


Maryland 


6. 


Marquette 


6. 


Illinois 


7. Bradley 


3. 


UNLV 


7. 


Notre Same 


7. 


Arizona State 


7. 


Arkansas 


8. Western Kentucky 


4. 


Rutgers 


8. 


Kansas 


8. 


Alabama 


8. 


Oklahoma 


9. Perm State 


5. 


UCLA 


9. 


Dayton 


9. 


N.C. State 


9. 


Texas El-Paso 


10. Oklahoma A&M 


6. 


Alabama 


10. 


Indiana 


10. 


North Carolina 


10. 


Maryland 


20. Maryland 


7. 


Notre Dame 














1958 


8. 


North Carolina 


1972 


1976 


1994 


1. West Virginia 


9. 


Michigan 


1. 


UCLA 


1. 


Indiana 


1. 


Arkansas 


2. Cincinnati 


10. 


Western Michigan 


2. 


North Carolina 


2. 


Marquette 


2. 


Duke 


3. Kansas State 


11. 


Maryland 


3. 


Pennsylvania 


3. 


Rutgers 


3. 


Arizona 


4. San Francisco 


198 n 


4. 


Louisville 


4. 


UNLV 


4. 


Florida 


5. Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Kansas 

8. Notre Dame 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 


DePaul 
Louisville 
Louisiana State 
Kentucky 
Oregon State 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


South Carolina 
Long Beach State 
Marquette 
S.W. Louisiana 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


UCLA 

North Carolina 
Alabama 
Notre Dame 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


Purdue 
Missouri 
Connecticut 
Michigan 


9. Kentucky 
10 Duke 


9. 


Brigham Young 


9. 


Michigan 


9. 


North Carolina 


10. 


Florida State 


10 


Washington 


10. 


Louisville 


1 \J . J_^LlIvO 

2972 


6. 
7. 


Syracuse 
Indiana 


11. 


Maryland 


13. 


Maryland 


11. 


Maryland 


1. UCLA 


8. 


Maryland 


1973 


1980 


1995 


2. North Carolina 


9. 


Notre Dame 


1. 


UCLA 


1. 


DePaul 


1. 


UCLA 


3. Pennsylvania 


10. 


Ohio State 


2. 


N.C. State 


2. 


Louisiana State 


2. 


Arkansas 


4. Louisville 


1981 


3. 


Long Beach State 


3. 


Kentucky 


3. 


North Carolina 


5. Long Beach State 


1. 


DePaul 


4. 


Marquette 


4. 


Louisville 


4. 


Oklahoma State 


6. South Carolina 


2. 


Oregon State 


5. 


Providence 


5. 


Oregon 


5. 


Kentucky 


7. Marquette 


3. 


Arizona State 


6. 


Indiana 


6. 


Syracuse 


6. 


Connecticut 


8. S.W. Louisiana 


4. 


Louisiana State 


7. 


Kansas State 


7. 


Indiana 


7. 


Massachusetts 


9. Brigham Young 


5. 


Virginia 




S.W. Louisiana 


8. 


Maryland 


8. 


Virginia 


10. Florida State 


6. 


North Carolina 


9. 


Minnesota 


9. 


Ohio State 


9. 


Wake Forest 


14. Maryland 


7. 


Notre Same 


10. 


Maryland 


10. 


Georgetown 


10. 


Kansas 


1973 


8. 


Kentucky 










11. 


Maryland 


1. UCLA 


9. 


Indiana 


1974 


1981 






2. N.C. State 


10. 


UCLA 


1. 


N.C. State 


1. 


DePaul 






3. Long Beach State 


18. 


Maryland 


2. 


UCLA 


2. 


Oregon State 






4. Providence 


1984 


3. 


Notre Dame 


3. 


Virginia 






5. Marquette 


1. 


North Carolina 


4. 


Maryland 


4. 


Louisiana State 






6. Indiana 


2. 


Georgetown 


5. 


Marquette 


5. 


Arizona State 






7. S.W. Louisiana 


3. 


Kentucky 


6. 


Providence 


6. 


North Carolina 






8. Maryland 


4. 


DePaul 


7. 


Vanderbilt 


7. 


Indiana 






9. Kansas State 


5. 


Houston 


8. 


North Carolina 


8. 


Kentucky 






10. Minnesota 


6. 


Illinois 


9. 


Indiana 


9. 


Notre Dame 






1974 


7. 


Oklahoma 


10. 


Kansas 


10. 


Utah 






1. N.C. State 


8. 


Arkansas 






11. 


Maryland 






2. UCLA 


9. 


Texas-El Paso 














3. Marquette 


10. 


Purdue 














4. Maryland 


11. 


Maryland 














5. Notre Dame 


1995 














6. Michigan 


1. 


UCLA 














7. Kansas 


2. 


Kentucky 














8. Providence 


3. 


Wake Forest 














9. Indiana 


4. 


North Carolina 














10. Long Beach State 


5. 


Kansas 














3975 


6. 


Arkansas 














1. UCLA 


7. 


Massachusetts 














2. Kentucky 


8. 


Connecticut 














3. Indiana 


9. 


Villanova 














4. Louisville 


10 


Maryland 














5. Maryland 


















6. Syracuse 



















131 





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MturutowL Terrapins 



Saturday December 23, 1995; 1:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Washington, D.C. 

Founded: 1893 

Enrollment: 11,500 

Colors: Red and Blue 

Conference: Colonial Athletic 

Nickname: Eagles 

Home Court/Capacity: Bender Arena/5,000 

President: Dr. Benjamin Ladner 

Athletics Director: Barbara Reimann (interim) 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Chris Knoche/American, 1980 

Career Record and Years: 54-87/5 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 54-87/5 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Gordon Austin/American, 1983; 

Bruce Kelley/Catholic, 1983; Bill Courtney/Bucknell, 1992 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Darryl Franklin 


G 


6-0 


Sr. 


13.6 


4.3 


Duane Gilliam 


G 


6-4 


Sr. 


9.6 


5.1 


Matt Brown 


F 


6-6 


So. 


9.0 


4.4 



1994-95 Record: 9-19 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-7/T4th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 7-1 

Last Meeting: December 30, 1994; UM 98-AU 77 (at College Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Matt Winkler 

Sports information Phone: 202.885.3032 

Home Phone Number: 301.229.6588 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Center 

4400 Massachusetts Ave 
Washington, D.C. 20016 

FAX Phone Number: 202.885.3033 

Press Row Phone Number: 202.885.8232 



American 
University 




Darryl Franklin 



1995 


-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Nathan Smith 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Morgantown, W.V. 


10 


Jim Spadafore 


6-0 


Fr. 


G 


Birmingham, Mich. 


11 


Darryl Franklin 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


Chantilly, Va. 


14 


Jon Wolff 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


East Montpelier, Vt. 


15 


Henry Marquiss 


6-9 


Fr 


C 


Smithsburg, 
Md./Smithsburg 


22 


Matthew Brown 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Temple Hills, Md. 


23 


Tim Fudd 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Chantilly, Va. 


25 


Thomas Treadwell 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Washington, D.C. 


32 


Ken Wallington 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Greensboro, N.C. 


34 


Duane Gilliam 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


Warrentown, Va, 


41 


Keith Wallington 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Greensboro. N.C. 


42 


Jamine Epps 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


East Orange, N.J. 


45 


David Small 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Scarborough, Ontario 
Canada 


50 


Chris Ganz 


6-9 


Jr. 


C 


Covington, Okla. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N29 


Loyola 


J24 


at Virginia 


Dl-2 


at Pepsi Challenge at 




Commonwealth 




Iona College 


J27 


at George Mason 


D6 


at Rider 


J29 


at Old Dominion 


D9 


George Washington 


F3 


at East Carolina 


D13 


La Salle 


F5 


at UNC Wilmington 


D16 


Howard 


F10 


William & Mary 


D23 


at Maryland 


F14 


Virginia Commonwealth 


D28 


at Stanford 


F17 


George Mason 


J4 


Richmond 


F21 


at Richmond 


J6 


UNC Wilmington 


F24 


Old Dominion 


J8 


Iona 


F26 


at James Madison 


J10 


James Madison 


M2-4 


at Colonial Athletic 


J13 


at William & Mary 




Association 


J16 


East Carolina 




Championship 



Saturday December 9, 1995; 3:30 EST - NBC 
The Pond of Anaheim, Anaheim, California 



Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


6-8 


Jr. 


13.6 


6.1 


6-5 


So. 


10.5 


4.8 



Location: Los Angeles, Calif. 

Founded: 1919 

Enrollment: 35,000 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

Conference: Pacific-10 

Nickname: Bruins 

Home Court/Capacity: Pauley Pavilion/12,814 

Chancellor: Dr. Charles E. Young 

Athletic Director: Peter T. Dalis 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Jim Harrick/College of Charleston, 1960 

Career Record: 335-152/16 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 168-55/7 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Lorenzo Romar/Washington, 

1980; Steve Lavin/Chapman College, 1988; Greg White/Marshall, 

1982 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 
Starters Returning Pos. 
Charles O'Bannon F 

Toby Bailey G 

1994-95 Record: 31-2 
Conference Record/Finish: 16-2/lst 
Post Season: NCAA National Champions; No. 1 seed west region; 

UCLA def. Florida International, 92-56; UCLA def. Missouri, 75-74; 

UCLA def. Mississippi State, 86-67; UCLA def. Connecticut, 102- 

96; UCLA def. Oklahoma State, 74-61; UCLA def. Arkansas, 89-78. 
Series Record: UCLA leads, 3-1 
Last Meeting: December 23, 1982; UCLA 80-UM 79 (2 OT) (at 

College Park, Md.) 
Sports information Director: Marc Dellins 
Sports Information Phone Number: 310.206-6831 
Home Phone Number: 805.583.2572 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Bill Bennett, John Dolak 

(For Men's Basketball) 
Sports Information Mailing Address: UCLA Sports Information 

Office 
J.D. Morgan Center 
325 Westood Plaza 1 
Los Angeles, California 90095 
FAX Phone Number: 310.825.8664 
Press Row Phone Number: 310.825.1899 



UCLA 



ITSM 

BASKETBALL 




Charles O'Bannon 
133 



1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


5 


Cameron Dollar 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Atlanta, Ga. 


12 


Toby Bailey 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Los Angeles. Calif 


13 


Charles O'Bannon 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Lakewood, Calif. 


20 


Brandon Loyd 


6-0 


Fr. 


G 


Tulsa, Okla. 


24 


Bob Myers 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Alamo, Calif. 


30 


Kevin Dempsey 


6-6 


Sr 


F 


San Jose, Claif. 


34 


Jelani McCoy 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


San Diego, Calif. 


35 


Ike Nwankwo 


6-11 


Jr. 


C 


Houston, Texas 


50 


o'mmA Givens 


6-10 


So. 


C/F 


Aberdeen, Wash. 


52 


J.R. Henderson 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Bakersfield, Calif. 


54 


Kris Johnson 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Los Angeles, Calif 



1995-96 Schedule 






N20-22 at Maui Invitational 


Jll 


Stanford 




w/Chaminade, North 


J13 


California 




Carolina, Michigan 


J18 


at Arizona State 




State, Santa Clara, 


J20 


at Arizona 




Vanderbilt, Villanova, 


J24 


use 




Wisconsin 


J27 


Louisville 


N28 


Cal-State Fullerton 


Fl 


Oregon 


D2 


at Kansas 


F3 


Oregon State 


D9 


John R. Wooden Classic 


F8 


California (at Oakland) 




at Anaheim Arena 


F10 


at Stanford 




Maryland vs. UCLA 


F15 


Arizona 




Purdue vs. Villanova 


F17 


Arizona State 


D18 


Stephen F, Austin 


F22 


at USC 


D20 


at Notre Dame 


F25 


at Duke 


D23 


at Notre Dame 


F29 


at Oregon State 


D30 


San Francicso 


M2 


at Oregon 


J4 


Washington State (at 


M7 


Washington 




Spokane) 


M9 


Washington State 


J6 


at Washington 







MaJHAlmsL JiTlrOupiMS 



Wednesday January 24, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Saturday February 24, 1996; 12:00 p.m./RJ-ESPN2 

Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C. 



Location: Clemson, S.C. 
Founded: 1889 
Enrollment: 16,296 

Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court/Capacity: Littlejohn Coliseum/11,020 
President: Dr. Constantme "Deno" Curris 
Athletic Director: Bobby Robinson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Rick Barnes/Lenior Rhyne, 1977 
Career Record: 143-99/8 years 
Record at Institution/ Years: 15-13/1 year 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Larry Shyatt/Wooster, 1973; 
Dennis Felton/Howard, 1985; Ken McDonald/Providence, 1992 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/9 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Greg Buckner 


G 


6-4 


So. 


12.0 


5.9 


Merl Code 


G 


6-2 


Jr. 


11.8 


3.8 


Iker Iturbe 


C 


6-7 


So. 


6-5 


3.8 



1994-95 Record: 15-13 

Conference Record/Finish: 5-ll/T6th 

Post Season: NIT; Virginia Tech def. Clemson, 62-54 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 84-68 

Last Meeting: February 25, 1995; UM 84-CU 68 (at College Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Tim Bourret 

Sports Information Phone Number: 803.656.2114 

Home Phone Number: 803.654.6240 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 100 Perimeter Road 

P.O. Box 632 
Clemson, S.C. 29633 

FAX Phone Number: 803.656.0299 

Press Row Phone Number: 803.654.3326 



Clemson 
University 




Greg Buckner 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


00 


Ledarion Jones 


6-6 


Fr. 


F Bartow, Fla. 


3 


Andnus Jurkunas 


6-9 


Fr. 


F Frederick, Md. 


4 


Danny Johnson 


6-3 


So. 


G Morgantown, N.C 


5 


Terrell Mclntyre 


5-8 


Fr. 


G Raeford, N.C. 


10 


Brian Chester 


5-11 


Jr. 


G Heightstown, N.J. 


11 


Merl Code 


6-2 


Jr. 


G Greenville, S.C. 


12 


Bill Harder 


6-0 


Jr. 


G Clemson, S.C. 


15 


Iker Iturbe 


6-7 


So. 


F Plymouth, Minn. 


21 


Greg Buckner 


6-4 


So. 


F Hopkinsville, Ken 


25 


Patrick Garner 


6-9 


Fr. 


F Taylors, S.C. 


32 


Harold Jamison 


6-8 


Fr. 


F Vance, S.C. 


33 


Tom Wideman 


6-10 


Fr. 


C Marietta, Geo. 


44 


Tony Christie 


6-7 


Fr. 


F Frederick, Md. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N26 


UNC - Asheville 




J24 


at Maryland 


N29 


Appalachian State 




J27 


N.C. State 


D2 


at Winthrop 




J30 


Georgia Tech 


D6 


Charleston Southern 


F3 


at Duke 


D9 


South Carolina 




F6 


Wofford 


D16 


Furman 




F10 


at Virginia 


D19 


Mmnesota 




F14 


North Carolina 


D23 


at Miami (Fla.) 




F17 


Florida State 


D30 


Campbell 




F21 


at Wake Forest 


J3 


Duke 




F24 


Maryland 


J10 


Virginia 




F28 


at N.C. State 


J14 


at North Carolina 




M3 


at Georgia Tech 


J17 


at Florida State 




M7-10 at ACC Tournament 


J21 


Wake Forest 









Wednesday January 17, 1996; 8:0 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md 



Location: Dover, Del. 

Founded: 1981 

Enrollment: 3,500 

Colors: Columbia Red and Blue 

Conference: Mid Eastern Athletic 

Nickname: Hornets 

Home Court/Capacity: Memorial Hall/4,000 

President: Dr. William B. Delauder 

Athletics Director: Bill Collick 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Fred Goodman/Virginia Union, 1977 

Career Record and Years: 7-21/1 Year 

Record at Institution/Years: 7-21/1 Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: James DuBose.New York Tech 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Steve Little 


G 


6-4 


So. 


5.8 


1.0 


Antoine Morris 


G 


5-8 


Sr. 


10.5 


5.0 


Chris Nurse 


C 


6-9 


Jr. 


15.7 


10.2 



1994-95 Record: 7-21 

Conference Record/Finish: 3-13/8th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

Last Meeting: November 25, 1989; UM 87-DS 53 (at College Park, 

Md.) 
Sports Information Director: Craig Cotton 
Sports Information Phone Number: 302.739.4926 
Home Phone Number: 302.577.0218 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 1200 N. DuPont Highway 

Dover, Del. 19901 
FAX Phone Number: 302.739-5241 
Press Row Phone Number: 302.739.5180 



Delaware 
State 




1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


40 


Barrington Clarke 


6-7 


Fr. 


G/F 


Broolkvn, N.Y. 


30 


McClendon Holmes 


6-5 


Sr. 


F 


Dover, Del. 


25 


Terrance Hood 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Forestville, Md. 


15 


David Lewis 


6-0 


So. 


G 


Wilmington, Del. 


32 


Steve Little 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Jamaica Queens, N.Y 


24 


Dana McCullough 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Baltimore, Md. 


10 


Antoine Morris 


5-8 


Sr. 


G 


Chicago. 111. 


50 


Chris Nurse 


6-9 


Jr. 


C 


Atlantic City, N.J. 


44 


Brian Parker 


6-6 


So. 


G/F 


Blackwood, N.J. 


20 


Derrick Sparks 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


Millington, Md. 


00 


Keith Stagg 


6-9 


Jr. 


F 


Suffolk, Va. 


12 


Javan Steadham 


5-7 


So. 


G 


Washington, D.C. 


42 


Reginald Stevens 


6-7 


Jr. 


F/C 


Washington, D.C. 


54 


Courtney Williams 


6-4 


Fr. 


G/F 


Jersey City, N.J. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N25 


at George Mason 


J17 


at Maryland 


N27 


St. Frances (N.Y.) 


J20 


at North Carolina A & T 


N29 


at James Madison 


J22 


at South Carolina State 


D2 


at Central Connecticut 


J31 


at Morgan State 




State 


F3 


North Carolina A & T 


D5 


Wagner 


F5 


South Carolina State 


D7 


St. Francis (Pa.) 


F7 


Morgan State 


D16 


at Xavier 


F10 


at Maryland Eastern 


D21 


at Nebraska 




Shore 


J3 


Maryland Eastern Shore 


F12 


at Howard 


J6 


Bethune Cookman 


F15 


at Coppin State 


J8 


Florida A&M 


F17 


at Bethune Cookman 


J13 


Coppin State 


F19 


at Florid ACM 


J15 


Howard 


F22 


Bowie State 



l\AoMu(m^L Twrofw& 



Sunday January 28, 1996, 1:00 p.m./ABC Regional 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, N.C. 
Wednesday February 28, 1996; 9:00 P.M./ESPN 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Durham, N.C. 

Founded: 1838 

Enrollment: 6,057 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Home Court/Capacity: Cameron Indoor Stadium/9,314 

President: Dr. Nan Keohane 

Athletic Director: Tom Butters 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike Krzyzewski 

Career Record/Years: 431-186/20 years 

Coache Record at Institution/Years: 358-127/15 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Tommy Amaker/Duke, 1987; 

Quin Snyder/Duke, 1989; Tim O'Toole/Fairfield, 1986 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Starters Returning 

Jeff Capel 

Trajan Langdon 

Ricky Price 

1994-95 Record: 13-18 

Conference Record/Finish: 2-14/9th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Duke leads, 83-49 

Last Meeting: March 1, 1995; UM 94 - DU 92 (at Durham, N.C.) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 

Sports Information Phone Number: 919.684.2633 

Home Phone Number: 919.544.0259 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium 

Box 90557 
Durham, N.C. 27708 

FAX Phone Number: 919.684.2489 

Press Row Phone Number: 919.684.6186 



OS. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


G 


6-5 


Jr. 


12.3 


2.7 


G 


6-4 


So. 


11.3 


2.1 


F 


6-6 


So. 


8.1 


3.3 



Duke 
University 




Jeff Capel 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Ricky Price 


6-5 


So. 


F Carson, Calif 


5 


Jeff Capel 


6-4 


Jr. 


G Fayetteville, N.C. 


12 


Steve Wojciechowski 


5-11 


So. 


G Sevema Park, Md. 


13 


Taymon Domzalski 


6-10 


Fr. 


C Lovington, N.M. 


15 


Todd Singleton 


6-4 


So. 


F Queens Town, Md. 


20 


Chris Collins 


6-3 


Sr. 


G Northbrook, HI, 


21 


Trajan Langdon 


6-3 


So. 


G Anchorage, Ala. 


30 


Tony Moore 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Washingotn, D.C. 


31 


Stan Branson 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Newark, Del. 


34 


Carmen Wallace 


6-5 


Jr. 


F Wilmington, Del. 


41 


Matt Christensen 


6-10 


Fr. 


F Belmont, Mass. 


55 


Greg Newton 


6-10 


Jr. 


C Niagara Falls, Ontario 


1995-96 Schedule 








N23-25 at Great Alaska Shootout J18 


at N.C. State 


23 


Duke vs. Old Dominion 


J20 


Florida State 


24 


Duke vs. Indiana/ Alaska 


J25 


at Temple (The 




Anchorage 






Spectrum, Philadelphia, 


25 


Championship/ 






Pa.) 




Consolation Game 




J28 


Maryland 


29 


UNC - Greensboro 




J31 


at North Carolina 


D2 


Illinois 




F3 


at Clemson 


D4 


South Carolina State 


F7 


at Georgia Tech 


D9 


at Michigan 




Fll 


at Wake Forest 


D19 


Delaware 




F14 


Virginia 


D20 


Western Carolina 




F17 


N.C. State 


D28 


Monmouth 




F22 


at Florida State 


D30 


at Northeastern 




F25 


UCLA 


J3 


at Clemson 




F28 


at Maryland 


J7 


Georgia Tech 




M3 


North Carolina 


J10 


Wake Forest 




M7-10 at ACC Tournament 


J13 


at Virginia 









Possible Opponent 

at Franklin National Bank/Children's Charity's Classic 

USAir Arena 

Sunday December 3, 1995; TBA/Raycom 



Location: Gainesville, Fla. 

Founded: 1853 

Enrollment: 39,500 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Conference: Southeastern 

Nickname: Gators 

Home Court/Capacity: Stephen C. O'Connell Center 

President: Dr. John Lombardi 

Athletic Director: Jeremy Foley 

Head Coach and Alma Mater:Lon Krager/Kansas State, 1975 

Career Record: 225-169/13 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 92-64/5 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Robert McCullum/ 
Birmingham Southern, 1976; Ron Stewart/Indiana, 1971; Mike 
Shepherd/Kansas State, 1990. 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Starters Returning 

Dametri Hill 

Greg Williams 

Brian Thompson 

1994-95 Record: 17-13 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/3rd SEC East 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, No. 10 seed, East Region 

Series Record: Florida leads, 1-0 

Last Meeting: 1932, UF 39-UM 24/Southern Conference 
Tournanment 

Sports Information Director: John Humenik 

Sports Information Phone Number: 352.375.4683 X6100 

Home Phone Number: 352.377.1908 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Steve McClain/for men's bas- 
ketball 

Home Phone Number: 352.335.6539 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Florida Field 

North South Drive 
Stadium West, 3rd Floor 
Gainesville, Fla. 32611 

FAX Phone Number: 352.375.4809 

Press Row Phone Number: 352.371.0281/0357 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


C/F 


6-7 


Sr. 


13.7 


5.9 


G 


6-2 


Jr. 


8.4 


4.0 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


4.4 


3.6 



University of 
Florida 




1995-96 Roster 
No. Name 

Brian Thompson 
Antrone Lee 
Greg Williams 
Dan Williams 
Eddie Shannon 
Mike McFarland 
Joel Reinhart 
Kendrick Sprael 
Clayton Bates 
LeRon Williams 
Greg Cristell 
John Griffiths 
Dametri Hill 
Damon Maddox 
Greg Stolt 



Ht. 

6-6 

6-7 

6-2 

6-3 

5-11 

6-3 

6-5 

6-8 

6-2 

6-7 



6-10 Fr. 

6-10 Jr. 

6-7 Sr. 

6-8 So 

6-9 Fr. 



1995-96 Schedule 
N24 Charleston Southern 
N28 at South Florida 
D2-3 at Franklin National 

Bank/Children's 

Charities Foundation 

Classic 
Florida vs. George 

Washington 
vs. Maryland/ 

Massachusetts 
D9 Wake Forest 
D16 vs. Florida State 
D20 Stetson 
D29-30 at All-College 

Tournament 
Florida vs. Baylor 
vs. Oklahoma/Eastern 

Kentucky 
J3 at Arkansas 



Pos. 

F 

G/F 
G 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 
G 
F 
C 
C 
F 
C 
F 



Hometown 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Thomson, Ga. 
Fairfax, Va. 
Dunedin, Fla. 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Clearwater, Fla. 
Cocoa Beach, Fla. 
Baton Rouge, La. 
Gainesville, Fla. 
Bradenton, Fla. 
Clearwater, Fla. 
Lilbum, Ga. 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Goshen, Ala. 
Huntsville, Ala. 



J6 Mississippi State 

Jll Kansas 

J13 South Carolina 

J17 at Georgia 

J20 at Mississippi 

J24 Vanderbilt 

J27 Louisiana State 

J31 at Alabama 

F3 at Kentucky 

F7 Tennessee 

F10 Auburn 

F13 at Vanderbilt 

F21 at South Carolina 

F24 Kentucky 

F28 Georgia 

M2 at Tennessee 

M7-10 at SEC Tournament 

New Orleans, Louisiana 



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Tuesday Januay 9, 1996; 8:00 p.m.- R/J 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Saturday February 10, 1996; 12:00 Noon - RJ/ESPN2 

Talahassee-Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, Fla. 



Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Founded: Seminoles 

Enrollment:29,000 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Seminoles 

Home Court/Capacity: Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center/12,500 

President: 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Pat Kennedy/Kings College, 1975 

Carreer Record: 293-165/15 Years 

Record at Institution/ Years: 169-105/9 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: David Zimroth/Flonda State, 

1978; Tom Carlson/Florida State, 1974; Lorenzo Hands/Florida 

State, 1973 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/2 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


James Collins 


G 


6-4 


Jr. 


18.0 


4.3 


Corey Louis 


F 


6-9 


So. 


10.9 


7.8 


Lamarr Greer 


G 


6-5 


So. 


5.6 


2.9 



1994-95 Record: 12-15 

Conference Record/Finish: 5-ll/6th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 6-3 

Last Meeting: March 10, 1995; UM 71-FSU 64 (ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C.) 

Sports Information Director: Rob Wilson 

Sports Information Phone Number: 904.644.1403 

Home Phone Number: 904.386.1619 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Bob Burda for men's basket- 
ball) 

Home Phone Number: 904.562.1160 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Moore Athletic Center 

P.O. Box 2195 
Pensacola St. and 

Stadium Drive 
Tallahassee, Fla. 32306 

FAX Phone Number: 904.644.3820 

Press Row Phone Number: TBA 



Florida State 
University 




James Collins 



1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


00 


Tim Wooden 


6-11 


Sr. 


F 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


5 


Scott Shepherd 


5-11 


Sr. 


G 


Carmel, Ind. 


11 


Avery Curry 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


15 


Kyle Mulligan 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Coral Springs, Fla. 


20 


LaMarr Greer 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Cape May, N.J. 


21 


Derrick Carroll 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Columbia, S.C. 


22 


Randell Jackson 


6-11 


Fr. 


F 


Boston, Mass. 


23 


James Collins 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


32 


Kirk Luchman 


6-10 


Jr. 


F/C 


Medford Lakes, Fla. 


33 


Kelvin McClendon 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


Hallandale, Fla. 


41 


Geoff Brower 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Ft. Walton Beach, Fla 


52 


Corey Louis 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Miami. Fla. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N27 


Howard 


J13 


at N.C. State 


N28 


Florida International 


J17 


Clemson 


D2 


Jacksonville 


J20 


at Duke 


D5 


at Tulane 


J24 


North Carolina 


D9 


DePaul (at St. 


J27 


at Georgia Tech 




Petersburg, Fla.) 


F3 


Virginia 


D12 


Connecticut 


F7 


at Wake Forest 


D16 


Florida (at Orlando, Fla.) 


F10 Maryland 


D20 


Radford 


F14 


N.C. State 


D28 


Maryland Baltimore 


F17 


at Clemson 




County 


F22 


Duke 


D30 


Maryland Eastern Shore 


F24 


at North Carolina 


J3 


at Virginia 


F28 


Georgia Tech 


J6 


Wake Forest 


M7-10 


at ACC Tourname 


J9 


at Maryland 







Possible Opponent at Children's Charities/Franklin 

National Bank Classic 

Sunday December 3, 1995; TBA/Raycom 

USAir Arena, Landover, Md. 



Location: Washington, D.C. 

Founded: 1821 

Enrollment: 17,000 

Colors: Buff and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Colonials 

Home Court/Capacity: Charles E. Smith Center/5,000 

President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 

Athletics Director: Jack Kvancz 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike Jarvis/Northeastern, 1968 

Career Record and Years: 193-110/10 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 92-59/5 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Scott Beeten/Lehigh, 1972; 

Kevin Clark/Clark, 1981; Mike Jarvis II/Boston University, 1992 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Kwame Evans 


G 


6-7 


Sr. 


19.4 


5.7 


Alexander Koul 


C 


7-1 


So. 


12.8 


6.6 


Vaughn Jones 


G 


6-5 


Sr. 


12.8 


5.2 



1994-95 Record: 18-14 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/ 

Post Season: NIT, Ohio University def. George Washington, 83-71. 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 31-23 

Last Meeting: January 3, 1979, UM 84 - GWU 72 (At College Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Brad Bower 

Sports Information Phone: 202.994.6654 

Home Phone Number: 703.685.1854 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Smith Center 

Room 107 
600 2nd St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20052 

FAX Phone Number: 202.994.2713 

Press Row Phone Number: 202.994.1776 



George 




1995-96 Roster 

No. Name Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


Washington 


12 
22 


Kwame Evans 6-7 
Darin Green 6-5 


Sr. 
So 


G Baltimore, Md. 
F Charlotte, N.C. 


University 


23 

31 


J.J. Brade 6-4 
Andrei Sviridov 7-0 


Fr. 
So. 


F Montreal, Quebec 
F/C Mogilev, Belarus 


jf 


32 


Vaughn Jones 6-5 


Sr. 


G Washington, D.C. 


42 


Rasheed Hazzard 6-0 


So. 


G Los Angeles, Calif. 


PnTnninTQ) 


43 


Ferdinand Williams 6-1C 


Jr. 


F Perth Amboy, N.J. 


IbUIUIIlUlS! 




44 
45 


Seco Camara 6-5 
Alexander Koul 7-1 


Fr. 
So. 


F Odivelas, Portugal 




C Borovka, Belarus 






55 Yegor Mescheriakov 6-8 
1995-96 Schedule 


So. 


F Minsk, Belarus 








i \ 




N24-25 Red Auerbach Colonial 




George Washsington vs. 


\ sar- *r» \ 






Classic 




Cal. State Sacramento 






Grembling State vs. 


J6 


at Duquesne 








Hampton 


J9 


St. Bonaventure 


I y^-- -?v 






George Washington vs. 


J13 


at Missouri 








Hartford 


J15 


at Virginia Tech 






D2-3 


Franklin National Bank 


J21 


Dayton 








Classic 


J25 


Virginia Tech 








Maryland vs. 


Fl 


at Dayton 






Massachusetts 


F3 


Temple 








George Washington vs. 
Florida 


Fb 
F7 


North Carolina Charlotte 






Xavier 


jft IW 




D5 


at James Madison 


F10 


La Salle 


m 1 




D9 


at Thunderdome 


F13 


at Fordham 


W _^ J 






Basketball Shootout (St. 


F18 


at La Salle 


■f "' «*- rsrs f. 






Petersburg, Fla.) 


F21 


Duquesne 


«KjPKmb 






DePaul vs. Florida State 


F24 


at Massachusetts 


' * 






George Washington vs. 


F26 


at Xavier 








South Florida 


F29 


Rhode Island 


- — w 




D27-28 at Sacramento Holiday 


M2 


at St. Joseph's 


whH 






Classic 


M6-9 


at Atlantic 10 








Old Dominion vs. Idaho 




Tournament 


Kwame Evans 






136 













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Wednesday January 3, 1996; 9:00 p.m./ESPN 
The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia 
Saturday February 3, 1996; 12:00 p.m./RJ-ESPN2 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 13,000 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

Home Court/Capacity: Alexander Memorial Coliseum/10,026 

President: Dr. G, Wayne Clough 

Athletics Director: Dr. Homer C. Rice 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Bobby Cremins/South Carolina, 1970 

Career Record/Year: 374-230/20 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 274-160/14 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Kevin Cantwell/UNC-Asheville, 

1973; Dereck Whittenburg/N.C. State. 1984; Gary Leinar/Notre 

Dame, 1979 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Starters Returning Pos. 

Drew Barry G 

Matt Harpring F 

Eddie Elisma C 

1994-95 Record: 18-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/5th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 26-15 

Last Meeting: February 4, 1995; GT 100-UM 91 (at Atlanta, Ga.) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 

Sports Information Phone: 404.894.5445 

Home Phone Number: 404.938.9910 

Assistant Sports Information Directors: Mike Stamus, Allison 

George, Erika Austin 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way, NW 

Atlanta, Georgia 30332 
FAX Phone Number: 404.853.2674 
Press Row Phone Number: 404.894.5458/5459 



'3 
Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 




6-5 


Sr. 


13.4 


4.9 




6-7 


So. 


12.1 


6.2 




6-9 


Jr. 


5.8 


5,0 





Georgia Tech 




<t A« //f i 



Drew Barry 



1995-96 Roster 








No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 Stephon Marbury 


6-1 


Fr. 


G Brooklyn. N.Y. 


5 Eddie Elisma 


6-9 


Jr. 


F New York, N.Y. 


10 Drew Barry 


6-5 


Sr. 


G Danville, Calif. 


11 Gary Saunders 


6-5 


Fr. 


G New York, N.Y. 


15 Matt Harpring 


6-7 


So. 


G Duunwoody, Ga. 


24 Michael Maddox 


6-8 


So. 


F Atlanta, Ga. 


31 Ryan Murphy 


6-3 


So. 


G Flusing, N.Y. 


32 Juan Gaston 


6-7 


Fr. 


F Decatur, Ga. 


33 Bryan Brennan 


6-4 


So. 


G Philadelphia, Pa. 


41 Brandon Lewis 


6-1 


Fr. 


G Haddonfield, N.J. 


42 Ajani Williams 


6-8 


Fr. 


F Kingston, Jamaica 


44 John Kelly 


5-11 


Sr. 


G Savannah, Ga. 


45 Bucky Hodge 


6-9 


So. 


F/C Lake Wales, Fla. 


52 Ashley Kelly 


6-6 


Fr. 


F Albany. Ga. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N15 Manhattan (Pre-Season 


J13 


Western Carolina 


NIT) 




J17 


at Wake Forest 


N17-24 Pre-Season NIT 




J20 


Virginia 


N27 Campbell 




J24 


at N.C. State 


D2 at Appalachian State 


J27 


Florida State 


D9 at Kentucky 




J30 


at Clemson 


D13 at Georgia 




F3 


at Maryland 


D16 Louisville (Dome 


Classic) 


F7 


Duke 


D18 Mt. St. Mary's 




F10 


at North Carolina 


D22 Massachusetts 




F17 


Wake Forest 


(Meadowlands) 




F21 


at Virginia 


D29-30 Cable Car Classic 


F25 


N.C. State 


Georgia Tech vs. 


Bradley 


F28 


at Florida State 


J3 Maryland 




M3 


Clemson 


J7 at Duke 




M7-10 at ACC Tournament 


J10 North Carolina 









Wednesday December 6, 1995; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Washington, D.C. 

Founded: 1867 

Enrollment: 12,000 

Colors: Navy Blue, Red and White 

Conference: Mid Eastern Athletic 

Nickname: Bison 

Home Court/Capacity: Burr Gymnasium/2,700 

President: Dr. Franklin G. Jenifer 

Athletic Director: David Simmons 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike McLeese/Elizabeth City State, 

1973 
Career Record/Years: 9-18/1 year 
Record at Institution/Years: 9-18/1 year 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Derrell Matthews/Maryland 

Eastern Shore. 1977; Mike Jones/Howard, 1989; Kevin 

Nickleberry/Vuginia Wesleyan, 1986 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/5 
Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 

Starters Returning Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

PhilChenier F 6-7 Sr. 8.1 4.0 

1994-95 Record: 9-18 

Conference Record/Finish: 5th/6th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

Last Meeting: January 2, 1993, UM 109-HU 69 (at College Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Ed Hill 

Sports Information Phone: 202.806.7182 

Home Phone Number: 301.585.9077 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Drew Hall 

511 Gresham Place, NW 
Washington, D.C. 20059 

FAX Phone Number: 202.806.4507 
Press Row Phone Number: TBA 



Howard 
University 




k^? 




Phil Chenier 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Jabari Outtz 


5-11 


Fr. 


G Lanham, Md. 


5 


Khalid Ross 


6-4 


Sr. 


F Dallas, Texas 


12 


Melvin Watson 


6-4 


Fr. 


G Temple Hills, Md. 


14 


Reggie Blackmon 


6-2 


Sr. 


G Hogansville. Ga. 


15 


Phil Chenier 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Columbia, Md. 


21 


Erik Shamwell 


6-8 


Fr. 


F Chevy Chase, Md. 


23 


Anthony Brown 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Hinesville, Ga. 


24 


Greg Boone 


6-3 


Fr. 


G Durham, N.C. 


25 


Eric Dedmon 


6-2 


Jr. 


G Detroit, Mich. 


31 


Thurman Johnson 


6-8 


Jr. 


C Dallas, Texas 


33 


John Gay 


6-2 


Jr. 


G Miami, Fla. 


34 


Rene Harry 


6-11 


So. 


C Washington, D.C. 


50 


Lionel Allen 


6-9 


Fr. 


C Chicago, HI. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N25 


at Morehouse College 


J15 


at Delaware State 


N27 


at Florida State 




J18 


at Florida A&M 


D2 


at Texas Christian 




J20 


at Bethune Cookman 


D4 


Liberty 




J25 


at Morgan State 


D6 


at Maryland 




J27 


Maryland Eastern Shore 


D9 


at Mt. St. Mary's 




J29 


Coppin State 


D16 


at American University 


F5 


Morgan State 


D19 


Loyola (Md.) 




F8 


Florida A&M 


D22 


Northeastern 




F10 


Bethune-Cookman 


J3 


at St. Peter's College 


F12 


Delaware State 


J6 


South Carolina Stats 




D17 


at South Carolina State 


J8 


North Carolina A&T 




D19 


at North Carolina A&T 


J13 


at Maryland Easterr 


l 


D24 


at Coppin State 




Shore 




F29-M2 at MEAC Tourmnament 



137 



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November 24, 1995; 7:30 p.m./ESPN 

Starter/Tip-Off Classic 

Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, Mass. 



Location: Lexington, Ky. 
Founded: 1865 
Enrollment: 24,200 
Colors: Blue and White 
Conference: Southeastern 
Nickname: Wildcats 

Home Court/Capacity: Rupp Arena/23,000 
President: Dr. Charles Wethington 
Athletics Director: C. M. Newton 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Rick Pitino/Massachusetts, 1974 
Career Record and Years: 283-117/13 Years 
Record at Institution/Years: 150-43/6 Years 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jim O'Brien/St. Joseph's, 1974; 
Delray Brooks/Providence, 1988; Winston Bennett/Kentucky, 1988 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Tony Delk 


G 


6-1 


Sr. 


16.7 


3.3 


Walter McCarty 


F 


6-10 


Sr. 


10.5 


5.6 


Jeff Sheppard 


G 


6-3 


Jr. 


8.3 


2.7 



1994-95 Record: 28-5 

Conference Record/Finish: 14-2/lst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament. No. 1 Seed Southeast Region, 

Kentucky def. Mt. St. Mary's, 113-67; Kentucky def. Tulane, 82-60; 

Kentucky def. Arizona State, 97-73; North Carolina def. Kentucky. 

74-61. 
Series Record: Kentucky leads, 5-3 
Last Meeting: March 20, 1988; UK 90-UM 81 (NCAA Southeast 

Regional at Cincinnati, Ohio) 
Sports Information Director: Rena Vicini 
Sports Information Phone: 606.257.3838 
Home Phone Number: 606.269.5814 
Assistant Sports Information Director: Brooks Downing (for men's 

basketball) 
Home Phone Number: 606.263.7825 
Sports Information Mailing Address: Memorial Coliseum 

Room 23 

Lexington, Kentucky, 40506 
FAX Phone Number: 606.323.4310 
Press Row Phone Number: 606.252.3602 



University of 
Kentucky 




Tony Delk 



1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


00 


Tony Delk 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Brownsville, Term. 


3 


Allen Edwards 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Miami, Fla. 


5 


Wayne Turner 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Boston, Mass. 


13 


Nazr Mohammed 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Chicago, fll. 


15 


Jeff Sheppard 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Peachtree City. Geo 


21 


Cameron Mills 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Lexington. Ky. 


23 


Derek Anderson 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Louisville, Ky. 


24 


Antoine Walker 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Chicago. HI. 


25 


Anthony Epps 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Lebanon, Ky. 


32 


Jared Prickett 


6-9 


Sr. 


F 


Fairmont, W.V. 


33 


Ron Mercer 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Nashville, Tenn. 


40 


Walter McCarty 


6-10 


Sr. 


F 


Evansville, Ind. 


41 


Mark Pope 


6-10 


Sr. 


F/C 


Bellevue, Wash. 


43 


Jason Lathrem 


6-5 


Fr. 


F 


Bowling Green, Ky. 


50 


Oliver Simmons 


6-8 


Ft. 


F 


Nashville, Tenn. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N24 


Maryland (Tip-Off 


J9 


at Mississippi State 




Classic, Springfield, 


J13 


Tennessee 




Mass.) 


J16 


at Louisiana State 


N28 


at Great Eight 


J20 


Texas Christian 




Tournament (Detroit, 


J24 


at Georgia 




Mich.) 


J27 


South Carolina 


D2 


at Indiana 


F3 


Florida 


D6 


Wisconsin Green Bay 


F7 


at Vanderbilt 


D9 


Georgia Tech 


Fll 


Arkansas 


D16 


Morehead State 


F14 


Georgia 


D19 


Marshall 


F17 


at Tennessee 


D23 


Louisville 


F20 


Alabama 


D29/29 at ECAC Holiday 


F24 


at Florida 




Festival 


F27 


at Auburn 




Kentucky vs. Rider 


M2 


Vanderbilt 




St. John's vs. Iona 


M7-10 


at SEC Tournament 


J3 


at South Carolina 




(New Orleans, La.) 


J6 


Mississippi 







Thursday December 28, 1995; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Princess Anne, Md. 

Founded: 1886 

Enrollment: 3,000 

Colors: Maroon and Gray 

Conference: Mid-Eastem Athletic 

Nickname: Fightmg Hawks 

Home Court/Capacity: Tawes Gymnasmm/1,500 

President: Dr. William P. Hytche 

Athletics Director: Dr. Halhe Gregory 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Jeff Menday/ Washington, 

Career Record/Years:13-14/l Year 

Record at Institution/Years: 13-14/1 Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Richmond Weaver/Clemson, 

1993; Chris Crease/Northeast Louisiana, 1993 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 
Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Aaron McKinney 


F 


6-3 


Sr. 


16.1 


4.3 


John Woods 


F 


6-6 


So. 


11.3 


6.7 



1994-95 Record: 13-14 

Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/T3rd 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 12-0 

Last Meeting: December 7, 1992; UM 94-UMES 63 (at College Park, 
Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Bradford Evans, Jr. 

Sports Information Phone: 410.651.6499 

Home Phone Number: 410.651.1426 

Sports Information Mailing Address: University of Maryland 

Eastern Shore 
Tawes Gymnasium 
Princess Anne, Maryland 

FAX Phone Number: 410.651.7600 

Press Row Phone Number: 410.651.6709 



University of 
Maryland 
Eastern Shore 




1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


00 


John Woods 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Birmingham, Ala. 


10 


Shamek Cook 


5-10 


Fr. 


G 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


12 


Jerry McDaniel 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


Largo, Md. 


22 


Bram Reynolds 


6-4 


Fr. 


F 


Princeton, N.J. 


23 


Aaron McKinney 


6-3 


Sr. 


F 


Portland, Ore. 


34 


Lawrence Garrison 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Suitland, Md. 


32 


Alexander Mobley 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Baltimore, Md. 


31 


Clide Harris 


6-2 


So. 


F 


Baltimore, Md. 


21 


Willie Grady 


6-2 


Ft. 


G 


Pawley's Island, S.C 


30 


Ron Christian 


6-5 


Fr. 


F 


Statesboro, Geo. 


24 


Cliff Ligon 


6-0 


Fr. 


G 


Temple Hills, Md. 


42 


James Wood 


6-10 


Ft. 


F 


Suitland, Md. 


43 


William Wright 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Upper Marlboro, Md 


33 


Cryhten Langhome 


6-4 


So. 


F 


Willingboro, N.J. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N25 


at Butler 


J13 


Howard 


N30 


Farleigh Dickenson 


J15 


at Morgan State 


D2 


Wilmington College 


J20 


at South Carolina State 


D7 


at Long Island 


J22 


at N.C. A&T State 


D9-10 


at St. Peter's University 


J25 


Coppin State 




Tournament 


J27 


at Howard 


D12 


St. Francis (N.Y.) 


F3 


South Carolina State 


D16 


Centenary 


F5 


N.C. A&T State 


D29 


Maryland 


F10 


Delaware State 


D31 


at Florida State 


F17 


at Florida A&M 


J3 


at Delaware State 


F19 


at Bethune Cookman 


J6 


Florida A&M 


F24 


Morgan State 


J8 


Bethune-Cookman 


M 


at MEAC Tournament 


Jll 


at Coppin State 







138 



MojtuIp^L TwrofMiS 



Saturday December 2, 1995; Noon/Raycom 
USAir Arena, Landover, Maryland 



Location: Amherst, Mass. 
Founded: 1863 
Enrollment: 23.044 
Colors: Maroon and White 
Conference: Atlantic 10 
Nickname: Minutemen 

Home Court/Capacity: William D. Muffins Center/9,493 
Chancellor: David Scott 
Athletic Director: Bob Marcum 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: John Calipari/Clarion State. 1982 
Career Record: 158-69/7 years 
Record at Institution/Years: 154-68/7 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: James Flint/St. Joseph's, 1977; 
John Robic/Denison (Ohio), 1986; Ed Schilling/Miami (Ohio), 1988. 
Letterwinners Returning/lost: 9/5 
Starters Returning/lost: 4/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Marcus Camby 


C 


6-11 


Jr. 


13.9 


6.2 


Dana Dingle 


F/G 


6-6 


Sr. 


7.0 


5.5 


Donta Bright 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


9.2 


4.6 


Edgar Padilla 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


7.1 


1.8 



1994-95 Record: 29-5 

Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/lst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, No. 2 seed, East Region; 

Massachusetts def. St. Peter's, 68-51; Massachusetts def. Stanford. 

75-63; Massachusetts def. Tulsa, 76-51; Oklahoma State def. 

Massachusetts. 68-54 
Series Record: Tied, 2-2 
Last Meeting: December 10, 1994; UMass 85 - UM 74 (at Baltimore 

Arena, Baltimore, Md.) 
Sports Information Director: Bill Strickland 
Sports Information Phone Number: 413.545.2439 
Home Phone Number: 413.665.0551 
Sports Information Mailing Address: 255 Boyden Building 

University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, Mass. 01003 
FAX Phone Number: 413.545-1556 
Press Row Phone Number: 413.545.3550 



University of 
Massachusetts 




basketball 




Marcus Camby 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Dana Dingle 


6-6 


Sr. 


F Bronx, N.Y. 


4 


Donta Bright 


6-6 


Sr. 


F Baltimore, Md. 


5 


Charlton Clarke 


6-3 


Fr. 


G Bronx, N.Y. 


10 


Ross Bums 


6-3 


Fr. 


G Greenfield, Mass. 


11 


Giddel Padilla 


6-4 


Sr. 


G Springfield, Mass. 


12 


Edgar Padilla 


6-1 


Jr. 


G Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 


21 


Marcus Camby 


6-11 


Jr. 


C Hartford, Conn. 


24 


Cannelo Travieso 


6-2 


Jr. 


G Boston, Mass. 


34 


Tyrone Weeks 


6-7 


Jr. 


F Philadelphia, Pa. 


40 


Ted Cottrell 


6-9 


Sr. 


C/F Annapolis, Md. 


44 


Rigoberto Nunez 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Lawrence, Mass. 


50 


Inus Norville 


6-8 


So. 


F Fayetteville, N.C. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N28 


Kentucky (at Great Eight J9 


at St. Joseph's 




Tournament, Auburn 


J14 


at St. Bonaventure 




Hills, Mich.) 




J17 


Rhode Island 


D2-3 


Maryland (Franklin 




J20 


at Duguesne 




National Bank Classic 


J23 


at Pittsburgh 




at USAir Arena) 




J27 


St. Bonaventure 




Florida/George 




J30 


Fordham 




Washington 




Fl 


at Temple 


D6 


Wake Forest 




F4 


at Xavier 


D9 


Boston College (Fleet 


F6 


Fordham (Madison 




Center, Boston, Mass.) 




Square Garden) 


D12 


UNC - Wilmington 




Fll 


Temple 


D22 


Georgia Tech (the 




F15 


La Salle 




Medowlands, N.J.) 




F17 


at Virginia Tech 


D27-30 at Rainbow Classic 




F20 


Rhode Island (at 




Massachusetts, Syracuse 




Providence Civic 




Illinois, Rhode Island, 




Center) 




Southern California 




F24 


George Washington 




Missouri, N.C. State, 


F28 


St. Joseph's 




Hawaii 




M2 


at Louisville 


J4 


Memphis (Worcester 


M6-S 


at Atlantic 10 




Centrum) 






Tournament 


J6 


Dayton 









Sunday February 18, 1996; 2:00 p.m./ABC 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Columbia, Missouri 

Founded: 1839 

Enrollment: 22,136 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Big Eight 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court/Capacity: Heames Center/13,300 

Chancellor: Charles Kiesler 

Athletic Director: Joe Castiglione 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Norm Stewart/Missouri, 1956 

Career Record and Years: 660-319/34 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 563-277/28 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Kim Anderson/Missouri, 1978; 

Rich Daly/NE Missouri State, 1962; Lee Winfield/North Texas 

State. 1971; Bryan England/Baylor. 1989 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/1 
Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Julian Winfield 


G/F 


6-5 


Sr. 


11.1 


7.6 


Derek Grimm 


F 


6-9 


Jr. 


10.8 


5.3 


Jason Sutherland 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


8.7 


2.0 


Sammie Haley 


C 


7-1 


Sr. 


8.0 


5.3 



1994-95 Record: 20-9 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-6/4th 

Post Season: No. 8 seed West Region; 

Series Record: Missouri leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: January 24, 1989, Mo. 87-Mary 73 (at College Park) 

Sports Information Director: Bob Brendel 

Sports Information Phone Number: 314.882.3241 

Home Phone Number: 314.874.0453 

Assistant Sports Information Dir: Steve Wujek 

Home Phone Number: 314.874.0932 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 330 Heames Center 

Mick Deaver Drive and 
Stadium Blvd. 

Columbia. Missouri 65211 
FAX Phone Number: 314.882.4720 
Press Row Phone Number: 314.882.1442 



University of 
Missouri 




Julian Winifield 
139 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Kendrick Moore 


6-4 


So. 


G Hartford. Conn. 


5 


Jason Sutherland 


6-0 


Jr. 


G Watertown, S.D. 


10 


Chip Walther 


5-10 


Jr. 


G St. Louis, Mo. 


11 


Danny Allouche 


6-5 


Fr. 


G Omer, Israel 


13 


Julian Winfield 


6-4 


Sr. 


G/F St. Louis, Mo. 


22 


Desmond Ferguson 


6-6 


Fr. 


G/F Lansing, Mich 


31 


Scott Combs 


6-7 


So. 


F Paoli, hid. 


32 


Corey Tate 


6-4 


Jr. 


G/F St. Louis, Mo. 


33 


Kelly Thames 


6-7 


So. 


F Jennings. Mo. 


35 


Dustin Reeve 


6-10 


Jr. 


F Blue Springs, Mo. 


42 


Derek Grimm 


6-9 


Jr. 


F Morton, Dl. 


44 


Sammie Haley 


7-1 


Sr. 


F/C Myrtle Beach, S.C. 


45 


Simeon Haley 


7-0 


Sr. 


F/C Myrtle Beach. S.C. 


50 


L. Dee Murdock 


6-9 


Fr. 


F Columbus, Kan. 


53 


Monte Hardge 


6-11 


Fr. 


C Jefferson City, Mo. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N25 


Wofford 




J13 


George Washington 


N27 


Tennessee State 




J15 


Oklahoma 


N30 


Southern Methodist 




J21 


at Iowa State 


D2 


Chicago State 




J24 


at Nebraska 


D5 


at Arkansas 




J27 


Kansas State 


D9 


Jackson State 




J29 


at Colorado 


D16 


at Arkansas State 




F3 


at Oklahoma 


D18 


Austin Peay 




F7 


Nebraska 


D20 


Illinois (St. Louis) 




F10 


Kansas 


D27-30 at Rainbow Classic 




F13 


at Oklahoma 




(Hawaii, Illinois, 




F18 


at Maryland 




Massachusetts, N.C. 


F21 


at Kansas State 




State, Rhode Island, 


F24 


Iowa State 




Southern California, 


F26 


at Kansas 




Syracuse) 




M3 


Oklahoma State 


J3 


Southeast Missouri 




M8-10 at Big Eight Tournament 


J6 


Colorado 






(Kansas City. Mo.) 



HAwul/wut ~JbrrfcpJAiS 



Saturday January 6, 1996; 8:00 p.m./ESPN 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 
Tuesday February 6, 1996; 9:00 p.m./RJ-ESPN2 



Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 24,463 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Home Court/Capacity: Dean E, Smith Center/21,572 

Chancellor: Michael Hooker 

Athletic Director: John Swofford 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Dean Smith/Kansas, 1953 

Career Record and Years: 830-236/34 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 830-236/34 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Bill Guthridge/Kansas, 1960, 

Phil Ford/North Carolina, 1978: Dave Hanners/North Carolina, 1976 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 
Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Dante Calabria 


G/F 


6-4 


Sr. 


10.5 


4.8 


Jeff Mclnnis 


G 


6-4 


Jr. 


12.4 


4.1 



1994-95 Record: 28-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/Tlst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, National Semifinals; No. 2 Seed, 
Southeast Region. North Carolina def. Murray State, 80-70; North 
Carolina def. Iowa State, 73-51; North Carolina def. Georgetown, 
74-64; North Carolina def. Kentucky, 74-61; Arkansas def. North 
Carolina, 75-68. 

Series Record: North Carolina leads, 99-42 

Last Meeting: March 11, 1995; UNC 97-UM 92 (OT); (ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C.) 

Sports Information Director: Rick Brewer 

Sports Information Phone Number: 919.962.2123 

Home Phone Number: 919.929.2721 

Associate Sports Information Director: Dave Lohse 

Assistant Sports Information Directors: Steve Kirschner, Beth 
McNichol 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Dean Smith Center 

Bowles Drive 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 27515 

FAX Phone Number: 919.962.0612 

Press Row Phone Number: TBA 



University of 
North Carolina 




Jeff Mclnnis 



1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


3 


Shammond Williams 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Greenville, N.C. 


4 


David Neal 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


Raleigh, N.C. 


5 


Jeff Mclnnis 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Charlotte, N.C. 


13 


Ademola Okulaja 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Berlin, Germany 


14 


Ryan Sullivan 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Bogota, N.J. 


15 


Vince Carter 


6-5 


Fr. 


G 


Ormond Beach, Fla. 


24 


Dante Calabria 


6-4 


Sr. 


G 


Beaver Falls. Pa. 


33 


Antawn Jamison 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Charlotte, N.C. 


34 


Charlie McNairy 


6-6 


Jr. 


F 


Kingston, N.C. 


40 


Ed Geth 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Norfolk, Va. 


44 


Clyde Lynn 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Greensboro, N.C. 


45 


Serge Zwikker 


7-2 


Jr. 


C 


Maassluis, Netherlands 



1995-96 Schedule 






N20-22 at Maui Classic 


J10 


Georgia Tech (at the 




Chaminade. UCLA. 




Omni, Atlanta. Ga.) 




North Carolina, 


J14 


Clemson 




Michigan State, 


J17 


at Virginia 




Santa Clara, Vanderbilt, 


J20 


at Villanova 




Villanova, Wisconsin) 


J24 


at Florida State 


N28 


Richmond 


J27 


Wake Forest 


Dl 


Tulane (at Charlotte, 


J31 


Duke 




N.C.) 


F3 


at N.C. State 


D2 


Stanford/S. Carolina (at 


F6 


Maryland 




Charlotte, N.C.) 


F10 


Georgia Tech 


D7 


Georgia 


F14 


at Clemson 


D16 


Dartmouth 


F17 


Virginia 


D20 


at Pittsburgh 


F22 


Virginia Military 


D28 


at UNC-Asheville 


F24 


Florida State 


D30 


at Texas 


F27 


at Wake Forest 


J4 


N.C. State 


M3 


at Duke 


J6 


at Maryland 


M7-10 


at ACC Tournament 



Saturday January 20, 1996, Noon; RJ/ESPN2 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 
Thursday February 22, 1996, 9:00 p.m./ESPN 
Reynolds Colisuem, Raleigh, North Carolina 



Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Founded: 1889 

Enrollment: 27,577 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Court/Capacity: Reynolds Coliseum/12,400 

Chancellor: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 

Athletic Director: Todd Turner 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Les Robinson/N.C. State, 1965 

Career Record/Years: 276-314/21 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 63-82/5 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Al Daniel/Furman, 1979; Eddie 

Biednebach/N.C. State, 1968. 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Todd Fuller 


C 


6-11 


Sr. 


16.5 


8.5 


Ishua Benjamin 


G 


6-5 


So. 


14.0 


2.1 


Jeremy Hyatt 


G 


6-6 


Jr. 


5.8 


4.0 



1994-95 Record: 12-15 

Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/8th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: N.C. State leads, 66-49 

Last Meeting: February 22, 1995; UM 84-NCSU 71 (at College Park, 
Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Mark Bockelman 

Sports Information Phone: 919.515.2102 

Home Phone Number: 919.662.9220 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 113 Reynolds Coliseum 

Box 8501 
Cates Avenue 
Raleigh, N.C. 27695 

FAX Phone Number: 919.515.2898 

Press Row Phone Number: 919.515.3393 



N.C. State 
University 




1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


00 


Danny Strong 


6-6 


Jr. 


F Great Falls, S.C. 


4 


Ivan Wagner 


6-1 


Fr. 


G San Antonio, Texas 


5 


Ishua Benjamin 


6-5 


So. 


G Concord. N.C. 


10 


Jason Sutton 


6-3 


Jr. 


G Fayetteville, N.C. 


11 


Curtis Marshall 


5-11 


Sr. 


G Omaha. Neb. 


14 


Al Pinkins 


6-6 


Sr. 


F Camilla, Ga. 


20 


Jeremy Hyatt 


6-6 


Jr. 


G Jacksonville, Fla. 


23 


Clint Harrison 


%A 


So. 


G Reidsville, N.C. 


25 


Marcus Wilson 


6-8 


Sr. 


F Monroe, NC. 


31 


Geoff Richards 


6-8 


Sr. 


F Charlotte. N.C. 


45 


Luke Buffum 


6-6 


Fr. 


F Beverly Hills, Calif. 


50 


Steve Norton 


6-11 


So. 


C Asheville, N.C. 


52 


Todd Fuller 


6-11 


Sr. 


C Charlotte, N.C. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N25 


Virginia Military 




J15 


at Central Florida 


N27 


Winthrop 




J18 


Duke 


N30 


Wofford 




J20 


at Maryland 


D9 


at Davidson 




J24 


Georgia Tech 


D20 


UNC Asheville 




J27 


at Clemson 


D23 


at Cal. Poly San Luis 


J31 


at Wake Forest 




Osbispo 




F3 


North Carolina 


D28-30 at Rainbow Classic 




F8 


Virginia 




N.C. State vs. 




Fll 


at 7-Up Shootout 




Massachusetts 






N.C. State vs. Arizona 




Southern California 


vs. 




State 




Missouri 






Cincinnati vs. Arizona 




Syracuse, Illinois, Rhode 


F14 


at Florida State 




Island. Hawaii 




F17 


at Duke 


J2 


Western Carolina 




F22 


Maryland 


J4 


at North Carolina 




F25 


at Georgia Tech 


J6 


at Virginia 




F28 


Clemson 


J9 


Boston University 




M2 


Wake Forest 


J13 


Florida Sate 




M7-10 at ACC Tournament 



MojruimsL Ttyroputs 



Wednesday December 13, 1995; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Lawrenceville. N.J. 

Founded: 1865 

Enrollment: 5,667 

Colors: Cranberry and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Broncs 

Home Court/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 

Career Record: 243-125/13 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 98-78/6 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Don Haraum/Susquehanna, 

1986; Tod Kowalczyk/Minnesota-Deluth, 1988; Dan Collins/Rider, 

1995 



Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 


8/5 








Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 










Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Deon Hames 


5-10 


G 


Sr. 


16.7 


3.0 


Kevin McPeek 


6-8 


C 


So. 


5.6 


4.0 


Charles Smith 


6-6 


F 


Jr. 


19.8 


5.6 



1994-95 Record: 18-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 15-3/lst 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: November 30, 1993; UM 95 - RU 79 (at College Park, 

Md.) 
Sports Information Director: Bud Focht 
Sports Information Phone Number: 609.896.5138 
Home Phone Number: 215.946.9203 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 2083 Lawrenceville Road 

Lawrenceville, N.J. 08648 
FAX Phone Number: 609.896-0341 
Press Row Phone Number: 609.896.5138 



Rider 
University 



(0% 




Deon Hames 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Kevin Finefrock 


5-9 


G 


Fr. Massillon, Ohio 


10 


Deon Hames 


5-10 


Sr. 


G Trenton, N.J. 


12 


Jeff Parker 


5-11 


Sr. 


G Florence, N.J. 


13 


Jamie Allen 


6-4 


So. 


G East Orange, N.J. 


14 


Greg Burston 


6-3 


G 


Fr. Hummesltown, Pa 


20 


Dave Wahl 


6-8 


F 


Fr. Waterloo, Canada 


23 


Raymond Touomou 


6-4 


So. 


G Yaounde. Cameroon 


32 


Dimitri Charles 


6-6 


So. 


F East Orange, N.J. 


33 


Antonio Stapleton 


6-7 


Sr. 


C/F Virginia Islands 


34 


Charles Smith 


6-6 


Jr. 


F Boothwyn, Pa. 


42 


Bob Fisicaro 


6-3 


Fr. 


G Washington 
Township, N.J. 


44 


Kevin McPeek 


6-8 


So. 


C/F Flemington, N.J. 


52 


Chris Bernard 


6-6 


C/F 


Fr. Valley Stream, N.Y. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N16 


vs. Temple (Pre-Season 


J13 


at Marist 




NTT) 




J17 


at St. Francis (N.Y.) 


N25 


Boston University 




J20 


St. Francis (Pa.) 


D2 


St. Peter's 




J25 


at Wagner 


D4 


atUMBC 




J27 


at Farleigh Dickenson 


D6 


American 




F3 


Monmouth 


D13 


at Maryland 




F5 


at Long Island 


D27-29 at ECAC Holiday 




F8 


at Mt. St. Mary's 




Festival 




F10 


Marist 




Rider vs. Kentucky 




F14 


St. Francis (N.Y.) 




Iona vs. St. John's 




F17 


at St. Francis (Pa.) 


J3 


at Siena 




F19 


at Robert Morris 


J6 


at Monmouth 




F22 


Wagner 


J8 


Long Island 




F24 


Farleigh Dickenson 


Jll 


Mt. St. Mary's 




F26-M3 at NEC Tournament 



Monday November 27, 1995; 8:00 p.m. 
Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md. 



Location: Towson, Maryland 

Founded: 1866 

Enrollment: 15,000 

Colors: Gold, Black and White 

Conference: North Atlantic 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court/Capacity: Towson Center/5,000 

President: Dr. Hoke L. Smith 

Athletics Director: Wayne Edwards 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Terry Truax/Maryland, 1968 

Career Record: 177-172/12 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 177-172/12 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jim Meil/Lehigh, 1982; Adrian 

Dantley/Notre Dame, 1977; Bill Leonard/ Towson State, 1987 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/1 
Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning 


Pos 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Ralph Blalock 




F/G 


6-2 


Sr. 


17.3 


3.3 


Stevie Thomas 




G/F 


6-7 


Sr. 


11.0 


7.5 


Michael Keyes 




G 


5-11 


Jr. 


7.3 


2.2 


Ralph Biggs 




F 


6-5 


So. 


7.7 


3.2 


1994-95 Record: 


12-15 













Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/7th 

Post Season: None 

Series Record: Maryland leads. 10-0 

Last Meeting: December 12, 1994; UM 120-TSU 73 (at College Park, 
Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Peter Schlehr 

Sports Information Phone Number: 410.830-2232 

Home Phone Number: 410.838.9221 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Dan O'Connell 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Towson State University 

Towson Center, Room 212A 
Towson, Maryland 21204 

FAX Phone Number: 410.830.3861 

Press Row Phone Number: 410.830.3286 



Towson State 
University 





Ralph Blalock 
141 



1995-96 Roster 








No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Ralph Blalock 


6-2 


Sr. 


G/F Claymont. Del. 


4 


Ralph Biggs 


6-5 


So. 


F Washington, N.C. 


5 


DeRon Robinson 


6-0 


Jr. 


G Fairfax, Va. 


11 


Peter Kenah 


5-11 


So. 


G Rockville, Md. 


14 


Florian Schneider 


6-5 


Jr. 


F Mulhouse, France 


15 


Scooter Alexander 


6-3 


Sr. 


G Baltimore, Md. 


22 


Quintin Moody 


5-10 


Sr. 


G Baltimore, Md. 


30 


Michael Keyes 


5-11 


Jr. 


G Pittsburgh, Pa. 


32 


Damon Cason 


6-0 


Fr. 


G Baltimore, Md. 


33 


Ryan Lexer 


6-8 


So. 


C Council Rock, Pa. 


40 


Derrick Earl 


6-6 


So. 


F Columbia, S.C. 


41 


Matt Dellinger 


6-7 


Jr. 


F Fort Wayne, Ind. 


50 


Stevie Thomas 


6-7 


Sr. 


F Baltimore, Md. 


52 


Josh Anderson 


6-9 


Jr. 


F Waldorf, Md. 


1995-96 Schedule 








N27 


at Maryland 




j23 


Hofstra 


N29 


at Navy 




J26 


Vermont 


D4 


at Loyola (Md.) 




J28 


Hartford 


D6 


Pennsylvania 




F2 


at Northeastern 


D9 


at Arizona 




F4 


at Boston University 


D16 


Washington College 




F7 


at Drexel 


D23 


at James Madison 




F9 


New Hampshire 


D30 


at Louisville 




Fll 


Maine 


J4 


at New Hampshire 




F16 


Drexel 


J6 


at Maine 




F18 


at Hofstra 


Jll 


Northeastern 




F21 


at Delaware 


J13 


Boston University 




F24 


Delaware 


J18 


at Vermont 




F28-M6 North Atlantic 


J20 


at Hartford 






Conference Tournament 



MafulflAuL ThrapUiS 



Thursday February 1, 1996. 8:00 p.m.-RJ\ESPN2 
University Hall, Charlottesville, Va. 
Saturday March 2, 1996; 4:00 p.m.-RJ\ESPN 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Charlottesville, Va. 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment:18,011 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nicknames: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Home Court/Capacity: University Hall/8,457 

President: John T. Casteen HI 

Athletics Director: Terry Holland 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Jeff Jones/Virginia, 1982 

Career Record/Years: 105-57/5 Years 

Record at Institution/ Years: 105-57/5 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Tom Perrin/Vermont, 1979; 

Anthony Solomon/Virginia, 1987; Pete Herrmann/SUNY-Geneseo, 

1970 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 
Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Chris Alexander 


C/F 


6-9 


Sr. 


2.5 


4.0 


Harold Deane 


G 


6-2 


Jr. 


16.0 


3.0 



1994-95 Record: 25-9 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/Tlst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, No. 4 Seed, Midwest Region; 
Virginia def. Nicholls State, 96-72; Virginia def. Miami (Ohio), 60- 
54 (OT); Virginia def. Kansas, 67-58; Arkansas, def. Virginia, 68-61 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 84-59 

Last Meeting: March 5, 1995; UVa. 92 - UM 67 (at Charlottesville, Va.) 

Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 

Sports Information Phone: 804.982.5500 

Home Phone Number: 804.978.2966 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Mike Colley (for men's bas- 
ketball) 

Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3785 

Charlottesville, Va. 22903 

FAX Phone Number: 804.982.5525 

Press Row Phone Number: 804.296.5910 



University of 
Virginia 



VIRGINIA 

V 




Harold Deane 



1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


5 


Curtis Staples 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Roanoke, Va. 


13 


Jamal Robinson 


6-7 


Jr. 


G/F 


Jamaica, N.Y. 


15 


Peter McLaughlin 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Maplewood, N.J. 


21 


Harold Deane 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Ettrick, Va. 


22 


Darryl Presley 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Adelphi, Md. 


24 


Scott Johnson 


6-10 


Fr. 


F 


Marietta, Ga. 


25 


Norman Nolan 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Baltimore, Md. 


30 


Chris Alexander 


6-9 


Sr. 


F/C 


Long Branch, N.J 


31 


Michael Curtis 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Richmond, Va. 


32 


Courtney Alexander 


6-6 


Fr. 


G 


Durham, N.C. 


42 


Chase Metheney 


7-4 


Fr. 


C 


Charlotte, N.C. 


44 


Maurice Watkins 


6-5 


Jr. 


F/G 


Petersburg, Va. 


55 


Martin Walton 


6-9 


Jr. 


F 


Portsmouth, Va. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N24 


Tennessee-Martin 


J17 


North Carolina 


N27 


William & Mary 


J20 


at Georgia Tech 


N29 


Kansas 


J24 


at Wake Forest 




Great Eight Tournament 


J28 


at Connecticut 




(at Auburn Hills, Mich) 


Fl 


Maryland 


D5 


Vanderbilt 


F3 


at Florida State 


D9 


at Richmond 


F5 


Old Dominion 


D21 


Virginia Commonwealth 


F8 


at N.C. State 


D28 


vs. Virginia Tech (at 


F10 


Clemson 




Roanoke, Va.) 


F14 


at Duke 


D30 


Liberty 


F17 


at North Carolina 


J3 


Florida State 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


J6 


N.C. State 


F24 


Wake Forest 


J10 


at Clemson 


M2 


at Maryland 


J13 


Duke 


M7-10 


at ACC Tournament 



Saturday January 13, 1996, Noon. ESPN 
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum 
Winston Salem, N.C. 

Thursday February 15, 1996, 9:00 p.m.\RJ-ESPN2 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Founded: 1834 

Enrollment: 3,620 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Home Court/Capacity: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial 

Coliseum/14,407 
President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Dave Odom/Guuford, 1965 
Career Record/Years: 154-108/9 years 
Record at Institution/Years: 116-66/6 years 
Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Ernie Nestor/ Alderson 

Broaddus, 1968; Ricky Stokes/Virginia, 1984; Russell 

Turner/Hampden-Sydney, 1992 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Jerry Braswell 


G 


6-1 


So. 


3.9 


1.1 


Tim Duncan 


C 


6-10 


Jr. 


16.8 


12.5 


Ricky Peral 


F 


6-10 


Jr. 


6.0 


1.9 



1994-95 Record: 26-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/Tlst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, No. 1 Seed East Region. Wake 
Forest def. N.C. A&T, 79-47; Wake Forest def. St. Louis, 64-59; 
Oklahoma State, def. Wake Forest, 66-71. 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 46-43 

Last Meeting: February 15, 1995, WFU 63 - UM 54 (at Winston- 
Salem, N.C.) 

Sports Information Director: John Justus 

Sports Information Phone: 910.759.5640 

Home Phone Number: 910.722.1904 

Sports Information Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 

FAX Phone Number: 910.759.5140 

Press Row Phone Number: 910.727.2945 



Wake Forest 
University 




1995-96 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


5 


Steven Goolsby 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Marietta, Ga. 


10 


Rusty La Rue 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Oak Ridge, N.C. 


11 


Joseph Amonett 


6-5 


Fr. 


G/F 


Byrdstown, Tenn 


15 


Armond Wilson 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Laurel, Miss. 


20 


Marc Scott 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


21 


Tim Duncan 


6-10 


Jr. 


C 


St. Croix, V.I. 


23 


Antonio Jackson 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Aliceville, Ala. 


25 


Jerry Braswell 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Cuthbert, Ga. 


30 


Tony Rutland 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Hampton, Va. 


33 


Rodney West 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Oneida, Tenn. 


40 


Sean Allen 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Knightdale, N.C. 


44 


Ricky Peral 


6-10 


Jr. 


F 


Vallolodid, Spain 


52 


William Stringfellow 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


Austin, Tex. 



1995-96 Schedule 






N25 


Mt. St. Mary's 


J21 


at Clemson 


N29 


vs. Oklahoma State 


J24 


Virginia 




(Great Eight 


J27 


at North Carolina 




Tournament, Detroit, 


J31 


N.C. State 




Mich.) 


F3 


St. Louis (Greensboro 


D2 


Lehigh 




N.C.) 


D6 


at Massachusetts 


F7 


Florida State 


D9 


at Florida 


Fll 


Duke 


D18 


Appalachian State 


F15 


at Maryland 


D21 


Utah 


F17 


at Georgia Tech 


J2 


Furman 


F21 


Clemson 


J6 


at Florida State 


F24 


at Virginia 


J10 


at Duke 


F27 


North Carolina 


J13 


Maryland 


M2 


at N.C. State 


J15 


Richmond 


M7-10 


at ACC Tournament 


J17 


Georgia Tech 







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ASST. COACH 
Billy Hahn 



Maryland, 1968 Maryland, 1975 



18th Season overall 

(286-197, .592) 

7th year at Maryland 

(79-69, .533) 



7th year at 
Maryland 



ASST. COACH 
Art Perry 

Rutgers, 1975 
6th year at 
Maryland 



ASST. COACH 
Jimmy Patsos 



ADMIN. ASST. 
Peter Sauer 



Catholic, 1989 Maryland, 1981 



5th year at 
Maryland 



MANAGERS 

Erik Bello, Kevin 

Nawrocki, Andrew 

Hook, Faisel Khan, 

Brian Duignan, Gregory 

Marcus, Michael Biftu, 

John Forrest. 

PRONUNCIATIONS 

Sarunas 

(Sa-RUN-us) 

Jasikevicius 

(Yes-e-KAV-e-chus) 

Exree Hipp 

(X-ree) Hipp 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Date(s) 



Opponent 



Time 



TV 



NOVEMBER 






Monday 13 


Court Authority 


8:00 p.m. 




Monday 20 


Australian National Team 


8:00 p.m. 




Friday 24 


Kentucky 

at Springfield Civic Center, 

Springfield, Mass. 


7:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Monday 27 


Towson State, 
at Baltimore Arena 


8:00 p.m. 




DECEMBER 






Saturday 2 


Massachusetts 
Franklin National Bank 
Classic/USAir Arena 


12:00 Noon 


Raycom 


Sunday 3 


Florida/George Washington TBA 






Franklin National Bank 








Classic/USAir Arena 






Wednesday 6 


Howard 


8:00 p.m. 




Saturday 9 


UCLA 

at the Pond in 

Anaheim/Wooden Classic 


3:30 p.m. 


NBC 


Wednesday 13 Rider 


8:00 p.m. 




Saturday 23 


American 


1:00 p.m. 




Thursday 28 


Maryland-Eastern Shore 


8:00 p.m. 




JANUARY 






Wednesday 3 


at Georgia Tech 

at the Omni, Atlanta, Ga. 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Saturday 6 


North Carolina 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN 



Date(s) Opponent 


Time 


TV 


JANUARY 








Tuesday 9 


Florida State 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ 


Saturday 13 


at Wake Forest 


12:00 Noon 


ESPN 


Wednesday 17 


Delaware State 


8:00 p.m. 




Saturday 20 


N.C. State 


12:00 Noon 


RJ/ESPN2 


Wednesday 24 


Clemson 


8:00 p.m. 




Sunday 28 


at Duke 


1:00 p.m. 


ABC 


FEBRUARY 






Thursday 1 


at Virginia 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


Saturday 3 


Georgia Tech 


12:00 Noon 


RJ/ESPN2 


Tuesday 6 


at North Carolina 


9:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


Saturday 10 


at Florida State 


12:00 Noon 


RJ/ESPN2 


Thursday 15 


Wake Forest 


9:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


Sunday 18 


Missouri 


2:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Thursday 22 


at N.C. State 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Saturday 24 


at Clemson 


12:00 Noon 


RJ/ESPN2 


Wednesday 28 


Duke 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


MARCH 








Saturday 2 


Virginia 


4:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN 


Thursday 7- 


at ACC Tournament 


TBA 




Sunday-10- 


at Greensboro Cohseun 
Greensboro, N.C. 


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(All times are Eastern Standard) 






(As of SeptemtK 


;r 12, 1995) 






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