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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Welcome to the University of Maryland 



Head coach Gary 
Williams, his staff 
and team would like 
to welcome you to Cole 
Field House and hope to 
make your visit as enjoyable 
as possible. The Terrapin 
basketball team is one of the 
top all-around programs in 
the nation and Cole is one of 
the more exciting places in 
the nation to watch and 
cover a game. The Media 
Relations 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 sea- 
son. Welcome to Maryland. We 
hope you will enjoy your visit. 




BEFORE YOUR VISIT 

Game credentials are issued to accredit- 
ed members of the media only. Workmg 
space in the press area of Cole is limited 
and seats are expressly reserved for those 
working on deadlme, with no exceptions. 
Children and other non-workers are not 
allowed m the press area. Credentials 
should be ordered at least one week before 
each game and are issued through the 
Media Relations Office. Requests for cre- 
dentials should be made in writing and on 
letterhead stationery to Chuck Walsh, 
Sports Information Director for Men's 
Basketball. If it is convenient for you to FAX 
your request, you are welcome to do so. 
The FAX number m the Media Relations 
Office IS (301) 314-9094. These requests are 
accepted from Sports Editors and Sports 
Directors only. The credential requests 
should be sent so that they reach the Media 
Relations 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 
credential 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 
dayUght. An exposure setting of /250 at f2.8 
has been found to work well with ASA 400 
film and normal processing. Strobe lights 
may be installed in Cole; but arrangements 
must be made though the Media Relations 
Office two weeks in advance. Space for 
strobe lights is available on a first come, 
first served basis. 

Game Day Press Parking is located on the 
promenade of the football stadium. The park- 
ing garage is best accessed from the Stadium 
Drive entrance to campus. Access is via 
press parking pass only and is available on 
an extremely limited basis. 

MEDIA WORK ROOM 

A press work room is available for working 
media only at court level of Cole. The new 
media workroom is located just off of the 
basketball court to your left. A limited num- 
ber 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 themselves comfortable. Food service 
is available to the media m the press room as 
a pre-game meal is served buffet style. A 
half-time and post-game beverage service is 
also available. The pre-game buffet is avail- 
able 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 Media Relations. 

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 
Media Relations Office throughout the game. 
The Media Relations staff desires to help the 
media be as comfortable as possible during 
each game. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

The NCAA has established a policy to 
control congestion m the photography areas 
on the basketball court. Only photographers 
on assignment are given photo passes 
along with members of working television 
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 (visit- 
ing bench) corners of the court. 
Photographers' floor access is governed by 
Atlantic Coast Conference policy. Please 
note that only game photographers, no run- 
ners, assistants or producers, will have 
access to the photography areas. 



MARYLMIDBASKETBALL 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE MEDIA SERVICES 

WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE 

Beginning the first Tuesday in January and continuing each week through the end of 
the season, the Atlantic Coast Conference will hold a weekly telephone press conference 
featuring all nine league coaches beginning at 11 a.m. 

Each coach will be available to furnish comments and take questions for 10 minutes 
begmning 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 conference, through the services of Darome Phone Service in 
Alexandria, Va., can be accessed by calling (703) 276-4310. The teleconference wiU be 
replayed in its entirety for 24 hours foUowtng the conclusion of the original press confer- 
ence. Please contact Brian Morrison of the ACC Office at (910) 854-8787 for further infor- 
mation. 

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 helpful hints: (1) hst 80 characters per 
hne on the screen, (2) Ust 24 lines per display page. For further information please contact 
Ross Mason at Shelby Systems at (205) 879-7070. 

CONFERENCE FAXBACK 

Basketball statistics, standings, notes and quotes for aU nine league teams and the con- 
ference as a whole are available 24 hours a day via the ACC FaxBack service. 

Members of the media can receive releases and statistics on their own fax machines by 
dialing form the handset of their fax machine, and choosing from a menu the school and 
sport they wish to receive. A catalog of documents and corresponding code numbers as 
well as the FaxBack number can be obtained by calling the ACC Media Relations Office at 
(919) 854-8787. 



Photographers are also welcome to shoot 
from the photo deck on the West side of 
Cole. Access to the photo deck is from the 
concourse level opposite the team benches. 
Photographer positions are at the complete 
discretion of the basketball game officials 
and the Media Relations Office AT ALL 
TIMES. Failure to comply with their direc- 
tions wiU result in expulsion for the arena. 

IN-SEASON INTERVIEW POLICY 

AH Maryland players and Head Coach 
Gary WUhams wUl be available for interviews 
with accredited members of the media 
throughout the season. ALL INTERVIEW 
REQUESTS must be made through the Media 
Relations Office, contacting Chuck Walsh. 
Player interviews are conducted before prac- 
tice in the media workroom. Please contact 
Please allow for 24 hours prior notice. 
Player's individual phone numbers wiU not 
be given to the media and game day inter- 
views wUl not be granted until the end of a 
game. 

The media relations office is located 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 
exceptions. The team generally practices 
from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. 
Weekend practice times vanes: media wish- 
ing to attend practice should contact the 
Media Relations Office ahead of time. Still 
and electronic photographers are welcome to 
practice provided they do not interfere with 
the practice. 

Players wiU not be available for Uve 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 wiU brought to the 
interview area after each game. Coach Gary 
Williams wUl appear first, immediately after 
he talks to his team. He wiU be followed by 
the visiting coach. The Maryland Locker 
Room IS open to credentialed media for a 



MARYLAND MEDIA RELATIOHS 

Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295 

CoUege Park, MD 20742-0295 

Shipping Address 

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

Main Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 

Office Fax: (301) 314-9094 

Sports Information Director 

for Men's basketballrChuck Walsh 

Office Phone: (301) 314-7065 

Home Phone: (301) 890-9671 

Assistant Director: Tricia Harris 

Office Phone: (301) 314-7063 

Home Phone: (301) 847-8384 

Assistant Director: Dave Gell 

Office Phone: (301) 314-7062 

Home Phone: (301) 890-2756 

Administrative Assistant: Nicole Hawkins 
Students: Dan Lyons. Josh Herman, Andy Kiauss, 
Dave O'Brian, Jeff Stauffer 

DIRECTIONS TO COLE FIELD HOUSE 

On Campus - University CoUege 

Conference Center 301.985.7310 

Greenbelt Marriott 301.441.3700 

Best Western Maryland Inn 301.474.2800 

Greenbelt Holiday Iim 301.982.7000 

CoUege Park HoUday Inn 301.345.6700 

CoUege Park Comfort Suites 301.441.8110 

DIRECTIONS TO COLE FIELD HOUSE 

From Baltimore and North: Interstate 95 south to 
Exit 25B, CoUege Park/U.S. Route 1 South. After 
approximately one mUe take a right hand exit off of 
U.S. 1 onto Maryland Route 193 West. Go two traffic 
Ughts to Stadium Dnve. Make a left turn onto 
Stadium Dnve and Cole Field House is on your right. 

From Baltimore/Washington International Airport: 

Interstate 195 West to Interstate 95 South. Travel to 
exit 25B and foUow the above directions to Cole 
Field House, 

From Washington National Airport: Interstate 395 
North untU it terminates at New York Avenue. 
Make a nght onto New York Avenue and exit at 
Maryland Route 295 (BalttmoreA/Vashington 
Parkway). Exit at Maryland Route 193 West 
(Greenbelt Road) and foUow straight for three rtules 
to Stadium Dnve. 

From Washington/Richmond South: Interstate 95 
North untU exit 25B, College Park/U.S, Route 1 South. 
Take the above directions to Cole Field House. 

From Dulles International Airport and West: 

DuUes ToU Road to Interstate 495 East. Take 495 
East (Washington Beltway), which mrUl change I 
onto Interstate 95 South for approximately 25 min- 
utes to exit 25B. Take the above directions to Cole 
Field House. 



brief period after Coach WiUiams concludes 
his comments to the media. This is in accor- 
dance with ACC rules. The visiting team's 
locker room access poUcy is determined by 
officials of that school. 

POST GAME STATISTICS 

Statistics packets, includmg running play- 
by-play, first half and final boxscores and 
post-game quotes are compiled following 
every game and made available to the media 
at press row and in the press room. 

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



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terp Table 



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 Hahn. Assistant Coach 16-17 

Dave Dickerson, Assistant Coach 18-19 

Jimmy Patsos, Assistant Coach 20 

Troy Wainwright, Administrative Assistant 21 

Cleo-Long Thomas, Coaches Secretary 21 

EUie Norman, Office Assistant 21 

Managers, Equipment Manager 21 

J.J. Bush, Medical Staff 22 

DIVIDER PAGE - THE PLAYERS 23 

Keith Booth 24-28 

ObinnaEkezie 29-31 

Rodney Elliott 32-34 

Norman Fields 35-36 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 37-39 

Matt Kovarik 40-42 

Laron Profit 43-45 

Matt Raydo 46-47 

Terrell Stokes 48-50 

Brian Watkins 51-52 

Matt Hahn 53 

Kelly Hite 54 

Mike Mardesich 55 

Midnight Madness 56 

Television/Radio Head Shots 148 

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 WiLUam E. Kirwan 64 

The University at College Park 65-69 

Cole Field House 70-73 

Cheerleaders/Band 74 

Airwaves/Radio Network 75 

DIVIDER PAGE - 1995-96 IN REVIEW 76 

Season m 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 

Rainbow Classic Bracket 133 

American University 134 

University of California 134 

Chicago State 135 

Clemson University 135 

Duke University 136 

Florida State University 136 

George Washington University 137 

University of Georgia 137 

Georgia Tech 138 

University of Hawaii 138 

Howard University 139 

Lafayette College 139 

UMBO 140 

Massachusetts 140 

University of Memphis 141 

University of Michigan 141 

Mississippi State University 142 

University of North Carolina 142 

N.C. State University 143 

Northwestern University 143 

University of Pennsylvania 144 

University of Pittsburgh 144 

Towson State 145 

Virginia 145 

Wake Forest 146 

Washington State University 146 

Terp Watchers - The Media 147 

TV/Radio Roster 148 



The 1996-97 University of Maryland Men's Basketball Media Guide is dedicated to 
the memory of joe f. blau, one of the most special people who ever graced this 
world with his presence. It 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 Nicole Hawkms. Tnaa Harns, Dave Gell, Andy 
Krauss, Josh Hermann, Dave O'Bnan.Jason Seedorf, Jeff Stauffer, and Dan Lyons. 
Lisa Helfert is the chief photographer for the publication. Photographs also appear 
courtesy of Doug Pensmger, Bruce Schwartzman, Mitchell Layton and Teresa 
Trusty. Layout and design is by Dave Pfeiffer of Concrete Creative m Beltsville, 
Md. who is a creative genius and contmues to amaze the world wnth each artistic 
creation. The pubhcation was prmted by Chromagraphics, Inc of Landover, Md. 
A great deal of thanks goes to the staff of Chromagraphics (Kathy and Rusty 
Coolidge and Kathy Mynck) who helped make this book possible. Thank you 
Nancy, for without your love and never endmg understanding, many things in- 
cludmg the publication of this media guide, would not be possible. 



The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity mstitution with respects to 
both education and employment. The University does not discnmmate on the 
basis of race, color, origin, sex, or handicap in admission or access to, or treat- 
ment or employment in, its programs and activities as required by federal (Title 
VI, Title LX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations Inquiries regardmg 
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 Art of 
1973. or related legal requirements should be direrted to Office of Human 
Relations, 1107 Hornbake Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 
20742; Telephone 301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the application of Sertion 
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), 



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Team Roster 1996-97 




ALPHABETICAL 



Name (No.) 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


Keith Booth (22) 


Sr. 


F 


6-6 


222 


3 


Obmna Ekezie (54) 


So. 


F/C 


6-9 


260 


1 


Norman Fields (14) 


So. 


G 


6-0 


173 


A 


Rodney Elliott (25) 


Jr. 


F 


6-8 


213 


2 


Matt Hahn (20) 


Fr. 


G 


6-0 


155 


HS 


KeUy Hite (10) 


Fr. 


G 


6-2 


190 


HS 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (13) 


Jr. 


G 


6-4 


195 


2 


Matt Kovarik (11) 


Jr. 


G 


6-4 


201 


2 


Mike Mardesich (55) 


Fr. 


C 


7-0 


220 


HS 


Laron Profit (3) 


So. 


F/G 


6-5 


189 


1 


Matt Raydo (5) 


Sr. 


G 


5-10 


152 


3 


Atman Smith (4) 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


160 


HS 


Terrell Stokes (12) 


So. 


G 


6-0 


171 


1 


Brian Watkins (45) 


SoR. 


F 


6-9 


216 


TSFR 


NUMERICAL 












No. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


3 Laron Profit 


So. 


F/G 


6-5 


189 


1 


4 Atman Smith 


Fr. 


G 


5-10 


160 


HS 


5 Matt Raydo 


Sr. 


G 


5-10 


152 


3 


10 KeUy Hite 


Fr. 


G 


6-4 


190 


HS 


11 Matt Kovarik 


JrR. 


G 


6-4 


201 


2 


12 Terrell Stokes 


So. 


G 


6-0 


171 


1 


13 Sarunas Jasikevicius Jr. 


G 


6-4 


195 


2 


14 Norman Fields 


So. 


G 


6-0 


173 


1 


20 Matt Hahn Fr. 


G 


6-0 


155 


HS 




22 Keith Booth 


Sr. 


F 


6-6 


222 


3 


25 Rodney Elliott 


Jr. 


F 


6-8 


213 


2 


45 Brian Watkins 


SoR. 


F 


6-9 


216 


TSFR 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


So. 


F/C 


6-9 


260 


1 


55 Mike Mardesich 


Fr. 


C 


7-0 


220 


HS 



Hometown (High School) 

Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria (Worcester Academy) 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y. (Mt. St. Michael) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 
Temple Terrace, Fla. (Tampa Catholic) 
Kaunas, Lithuania (Solanco, Pa) 
Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) 
Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 
Charleston, S.C. (Caesar Rodney, Del.) 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 
TSFR Nashville, Tenn. (Overton) 



Hometown (High School) 

Charleston, S.C. (Ceasar Rodney, Del.) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 
Temple Terrace, Fla. (Tampa Catholic) 
Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 
Kaunas, Lithuania (Solanco, Pa.) 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y. (Mt. St. Michael) 
Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 
Nashville, Tenn. (Overland) 
Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria (Worcester Academy) 
Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 



Head Coach: Gary Williams (8th year) 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn (8th year), Dave Dickerson (1st year), Jimmy Patsos (6th Year) 

Pronunciations: Sarunas Jasikevicius (Yes-ah-KAV-ah-CHUS) 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Squad Analysis 1996-97 



L E T T E R WI N N E R S RETURNING(9) 



No. Name Pos. 

3 Laron Profit F/G 

5 Matt Raydo G 

1 1 Matt Kovarik G 

12 Terrell Stokes G 

13 Sarunas Jasikevicius G 

14 Norman Fields G 
*22 Keith Booth F 
25 Rodney EUiott F 
*54 Obinna Ekezie F/C 

NEWCOMERS (5) 



Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 

6-5/194/SO./1VL 

5-10/162/Sr./3VL 

6-5/196/JrR./2VL 

6-0/176/SO./1VL 

6-4/203/Jr./2VL 

6-O/I8O/S0./IVL 

6-5/226/Sr./3VL 

6-8/220/Jr./2VL 

6-10/256/SO./1VL 



1995-96 Averages 

5.7 ppg/2.7 rpg 
0.5 ppg/0.0 rpg 
Medical Redshirt 
3.3ppg/1.3rpg 
3.9ppg/1.2rpg 
0.5 ppg/0.4 rpg 
15.3 ppg, 7.8 rpg 
4.9ppg/3.1 rpg 
4,5 ppg/3.7 rpg 



Hometown/High School 

Charleston, S.C. /Caesar Rodney 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbons 
Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley 
Philadelphia, Pa./Simon Gratz 
Kaunas, Lithuania/Solanco, Pa. 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. St. Michael 
Baltimore, Md. /Baltimore Dunbar 
Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Dunbar 
Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria/Worcester Aca. 



No. Name Pos. 

20 Matt Hahn G 

10 KeUy Hite G 

55 Mike Mardesich C 

4 Atman Smith G 

45 Brian Watkins F 

LETTERWINNERS LOST (4) 



Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 

6-0/1 55/Fr./HS 

6-4/1 95/Fr./HS 

7-0/232/Fr./HS 

5-10/160/Fr./HS 

6-9/212/S0./TSFR 1.5ppg/1.8rpg 



1995-96 Averages 

13.6ppg/42.3% FG 
15.4 ppg/6.5 rpg 
17.6 ppg/13.4 rpg 



Hometown/High School 

Columbia, Md./Atholton 
Temple Terrace, Fla. /Tampa Catholic 
Boston, Mass. /Worcester Academy 
Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Dunbar 
Nashville, Tenn. /Overton 



No. Name 

*4 Exree Hipp 

21 Mario Lucas 

*15 Johrmy Rhodes 
*10 Duane Simpkins 
* 1995-96 Starter 



Pos. 
F 

F 
G 
G 



Ht/Wt/Cl/Exp. 

6-8/205/Sr./4VL 
6-8/23 1/Sr./4VL 
6-4/205/Sr./4VL 
6-0/178/Sr./4VL 



1994-95 Averages 

6.8 ppg/3.1 rpg 
10.5 ppg/5.2 rpg 
16.7 ppg/3.7 spg 
12.2 ppg/4.4 apg 



Hometown/High School 

Washington, D.C. /Marker Prep 
Memphis, Tenn./Fairley 
Wash., D.C./Wash. Dunbar 
Ft. Washington, Md./DeMatha 



Head Coach: 

Gary Williams (Maryland, 1968) 

Entering his 19th season overall (329-217, .610) 

Entering his 8th year at Maryland (122-90, .575) 

Assistant Coaches: 

BiUy Hahn (Maryland, 1975; Entering his 8th year at Maryland) 
Dave Dickerson (Maryland, 1989, Entering his 1st year at Maryland) 
Jimmy Patsos (Catholic, 1989; Entering his 6th year at Maryland) 

Basketball Administrative Assistant: 

Troy Wamwright (Maryland, 1991) 

Pronunciations: 

Sarunas Jasikevicius (Sha-Roon-US Yes-i-Ke-VICH-us) 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Newcomers: 2 

Fr/So/Jr/Sr: 4/5/3/2 

Seniors: Keith Booth, Matt Raydo 

Juniors: Rodney Elliott, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Matt Kovarik 

Sophomores: Obinna Ekezie, Norman Fields, Laron Profit, TerreU Stokes, Brian Watkins 

Freshmen: KeUy Hite, Matt Hahn, Mike Mardesich, Atman Smith 




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Season Preview 



Continuing the March 
Upward in College Park 

On January 20, 1996 University of 
Maryland Head Coach Gary 
Williams looked onto the court and into 
the future. A freshman, Obinna Ekezie 
was the starting center; another fresh- 
man, Terrell Stokes, played point guard 
down the stretch; a third freshman, 
Laron Profit, contributed mightily, a 
sophomore, Sarunas Jasikevicius, hit the 
big shot in overtime, and a junior, Keith 
Booth, put the team on his back and car- 
ried the Terps to victory. 

"That wasn't supposed to happen to a 
team with four seniors," Williams would 
say after the win. "But necessity cre- 
ates things." 

Each of the five players who were on 
the court when Williams looked into the 
future in January return as seasoned 
veterans for the 1996-97 season. They 




will be joined by a strong compliment of 
returning front line players and a trio of 
newcomers who hope to bring the 
future back to the present. 

Senior Keith Booth returns as one of 
the top players in the nation. He has 
toiled in relative anonymity during his 
first three seasons and enters the sea- 
son as the emerging star of the colle- 
giate season. He does so many different 
things well, and with an improved 
jumper from 10-12 feet, he will do every- 
thing well. He is one of the top players 
in the nation and the Atlantic Coast 
Conference for the upcoming season. 

Booth is a three-time All-ACC hon- 
oree; was a Third-Team All-ACC selec- 
tion as a junior and was an Honorable 
Mention all-league pick during both his 
freshman and sophomore season. He is 
Maryland's heart and soul who leads by 
example in games and practice. Often 
times, he is the Terps' No. 2 ball handler 
on the court despite his position so he 
gives Maryland another option while 
breaking opponents' pressure defenses. 
He has earned the distinction of being 
Maryland's "go-to" player 

Profit and Stokes, began to make their 
collegiate marks late last season and 
look to be Maryland's backcourt of the 
current and the future. The pair teamed 
up during the later part of the 1996 sea- 
son and were a major reason why the 
Terps advanced to the semifinals of the 
ACC Tournament and were selected to 
play in their third consecutive NCAA 
Tournament. 

Profit displayed his awesome wares 
in the ACC and NCAA Tournament and 
looks to be one of the top two wing 
guards in the ACC this season. He was 
an Honorable Mention AU-ACC 
Freshman Team selection and has the 
athletic ability to be one of the most 
exciting players the Terps have seen in 
a number of years. He averaged 20.5 
points, four rebounds and 3.5 steals as 
Maryland defeated Florida State in the 
final regular season game and Duke in 
the opening round of the ACC 
Tournament and finished second on the 
team with a .482 field goal shooting per- 
centage. He gained international experi- 
ence this past summer as he led the 
United States to a third place finish at 
the 19th WiUiam Jones Cup 
International Tournament as he aver- 
aged a team high 12.7 points, 3.1 
rebounds and a team high 2.3 steals. 

Stokes is, in many experts minds, the 




top returning point guard in the top 
conference in the nation. The basketball 
has been passed on to him by Head 
Coach Gary Williams and the Terps are 
now his team to run. He averaged near- 
ly three assists a game during his inau- 
gural collegiate season in limited min- 
utes and nearly tied the school record 
for assists in a single game with 12 ver- 
sus Missouri in a game televised nation- 
ally by ABC Sports. He is a classic 
throw-back, Gary WiUiams type point 
guard who is more concerned with set- 
ting up his teammates than taking the 
ball to the basket by himself. 

Profit and Stokes will be joined in the 
backcourt by one of the deepest compli- 
ments of guards in the recent memory 
of Terrapin basketball. Juniors Matt 
Kovarik, who redshirted last season, 
and Sarunas Jasikevicius, one of the top 
three-point shooters in school history, 
return as three-year veterans. Senior 
Matt Raydo, sophomore Norman Fields 
and freshmen Matt Hahn and Kelly Hite 
give Williams many options when he 



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turns to Ms bench. 

Kovarik, the top returning reserve 
point guard in the conference, will once 
again become a familiar face on the 
court for the Terps after missing most of 
last season with a leg injury. He was 
able to see the game from a coaches 
perspective and will take those lessons 
learned onto the court this season. He is 
an accurate passer and smart ballhan- 
dler who always helps the team when 
inserted into the lineup. 

Jasikevicius has worked hard to 
improve on all aspects of his game and 
looks to be a major contributor. He has 
increased his overall knowledge of the 
game, and improved on his clock man- 
agement and footwork skills since the 
end of the 1996 season. He also 
improved his outside shooting capabih- 
ties and will be one of the top long 
range shooting options this season. 

Raydo, a senior, Fields, a sophomore 
and Hahn and Hite, both freshmen, are 
strong players who are capable of 
adding valuable minutes to the lineup. 
Raydo and Fields will be looked to for 
their ball handling skills while Hahn and 
Hite are outstanding outside shooters. 
AH four players will figure in the game 
plan each night and will increase the 
depth at the guard position. 

Sophomore Obmna Ekezie, who start- 
ed 18 games as a freshman, and junior 
Rodney EUiott will anchor Maryland's 
front line. Ekezie returns as Maryland's 
starting center while Elliott has earned 
a starting position at the power forward 
position. Together, they form one of the 
bigger frontlines which have taken the 
court during Williams' tenure in College 
Park. 

Ekezie continues to get better each 
time he steps on the court and the 
coaching staff expects big things from 
him. He was an Honorable Mention All- 
ACC Freshman Team selection. Ekezie 
started 18 games as a freshman and 
performed very well versus the top cen- 
ters in the ACC and the nation. He may 
have been at his best as he limited 
Todd FuUer, N.C. State's unanimous 
First Team AU-ACC selection and first 
round NBA Draft choice, to eight points 
(11 below his season average) in only 
his fifth career ACC game. His 20 
blocked shots was the sixth best single 
season effort by a Maryland freshman m 
school history 

EUiott came into his own as he aver- 
aged nearly five points and more than 
three rebounds a game as a sophomore. 
He looks to be the starter at the power 
forward position as Booth slides down 




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to the three spot - a very natural combi- 
nation and more natural positions for 
both players. Elliott started six games 
last season and is one of the most con- 
sistent Terps during the day-to-day 
practice schedule. His increased physi- 
cal strength, confidence and flourishing 
on-court abilities during his first two 
years at Maryland may be the direct 
result of speciahzing on basketball. 

A solid front court bench will consist 
of redshirt sophomore Brian Watkins 
and freshman Mike Mardesich. Watkins, 
a transfer from Notre Dame, and 
Mardesich will surprise the experts 
because of their athleticism and ability 
to play tough interior defense. 

Watkins begins his first year of eligi- 
bility at Maryland after practicing with 
the Terps all of last season. He has 
three years of eligibility remaining 
beginning at the start of the season. He 
provides Maryland with another power 
player who will contribute immediately. 
Watkins is an extraordinary athlete who 
may be the strongest player on the 
Terps' roster who exhibited his athletic 
ability during his redshirt season and 
demonstrated his outside shooting abili- 
ty. He joined Profit this summer and 
helped lead the United States to a third 
place finish at the 19th William Jones 
Cup International Tournament. He was 
second on the team with a 5.1 rebounds 
per game average 

Mardesich, the first seven-footer to ever 
play at Maryland, will have an immediate 




impact. He shot 64 percent from the field 
during his prep year at Worcester 
Academy and v\rill be used a part of a 
"high-low" combination with Ekezie on 
the blocks. His versatility vuiU allow 
Maryland to show many different looks. 




Maryland will once again play a very 
challenging schedule. The Terps will 
play in the early season Franklin 
National Bank/Children's Charities 
Classic and the always tough Rainbow 
Classic before New Years Day. The 
Terps will face California while George 
Washington plays Mississippi State, an 
NCAA Final Four team last season in 
the Franklin National Bank Classic 
which is quickly becoming one of the 
top early season tournaments in college 
basketball. In addition, Maryland will 
play its earnest ever ACC game as it 
plays host to Georgia Tech on December 
12. Williams once again continued his 
relentless effort to schedule the tough- 
est out of conference competition, as 
Maryland will play Ivy League con- 
tender Pennsylvania in Baltimore in 
January and travel to Worcester, Mass., 
for its now annual match-up with 
Massachusetts in February. 

Maryland was one of the top teams in 
the ACC during the stretch run last sea- 
son. Many of the players who were 
responsible for the Terps last season 
surge are now the prime time players as 
the team prepares for the 1996-97 sea- 
son. Maryland has the coach, the talent, 
the heart and the schedule to make a 
run at its fourth consecutive NCAA 
Tournament bid. 



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THE WILLIAMS FILE 




COACHING EXPERIENCE 




1989-90-present University of Maryland, Head Coach 




1986-1989 Ohio State University, Head Coach 




1982-1986 Boston College, Head Coach 




1978-1982 American University, Head Coach 




YEARBY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 




Year School Overall Record/Conference Finish 


Post season Play 


1995-96 Maryland 17-13/8-8 (T 4th) 


NCAA, 0-1 


1994-95 Maryland 26-8/12-4 (Tlst) 


NCAA, 2-1 


1993-94 Maryland 18-12/8-8 (T4th) 


NCAA, 2-1 


1992-93 Maryland 12-16/2-14 (8th) 




1991-92 Maryland 14-15/5-11 {8th) 




1990-91 Maryland 16-12/5-9 (7th) 




1989-90 Maryland 19-14/6-8 (T5th) 


NIT, 1-1 


7-Year Record at Maryland-122-90 (.575)/46-62 




1988-89 Ohio State 19-15/6-12 (8th) 


NIT, 2-1 


1987-88 Ohio State 20-13/9-9 (6th) 


NIT, 4-1 (final- 


ist) 




1986-87 Ohio State 20-13/9-9 (6th) 


NCAA, 1-1 


3-Year Record at Ohio State-59-41 (.590)/24-30 




1985-86 Boston College 13-15/4-12 (7th) 




1984-85 Boston CoUege 20-11/7-9 (6th) 


NCAA, 2-1 


1983-84 Boston CoUege 18-12/8-8 (4th) 


NIT, 1-1 


1982-83 Boston CoUege 25-7/12-4 (Tlst) 


NCAA, 1-1 


4-Year Record at Boston CoUege-76-45 (.628)/31-33 




1981-82 American Univ. 21-9/8-3 (3rd) 


NIT, 0-1 


1980-81 American Univ. 24-6/11-0 (1st) 


NIT, 0-1 


1979-80 American Univ. 13-14/5-6 (5th) 




1978-79 American Univ. 14-13/7-4 (4th) 




4-Year Record at American University-72-42 (.631)/31-13 


18-Year Head Coaching Record-329-218 (.601)/132-138 



Gary Williams has clearly put his stamp 
on the Maryland basketbaU program. 

WiUiams expects nothing more and 
nothing less from his players than he 
expects from himself. That is, when 
they are on the basketbaU court or in 



Gary Williams 



Head Coach 

8th year at the University of Maryland 

Graduated: University of Maryland, 
1968 



the classroom that they give one hun- 
dred percent effort and always exhibit 
the wiU to be the best. 

It is that effort and determination to 
always be the best that has elevated 
Williams and his program to the nation's 
elite. 

It is that effort and determination that 
has aUowed Maryland to estabUsh itself 
as one of the top overaU programs in aU 
of coUege basketbaU. It is that effort and 
determination that has taken Maryland 
to the NCAA Tournament during each 
of the last three years and aUowed it to 
average more than 20 victories a season 
during that span. WiUiams's Terps are 
one of only three teams in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference to have participated 
in each of the last three NCAA 
Tournaments and averaged 20 or more 
victories in the each of the last three 
seasons. In addition, Maryland is one of 
only two conference teams (and 13 in 



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the entire nation) which has reached 
the NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" in 
two of the last three seasons. 

Williams enters the 1996-97 season 
with a 122-90 (.575) record at Maryland. 
In 18 years as a head coach, Williams's 
record stands at 329-218 (.601). 

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 showed his 
tremendous coaching abilities. 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. Williams 
became only the second coach in the 73- 
year history of the Maryland basketball 
program to have directed his first two 
teams to winning seasons and is one of 
only two coaches in school history to 
lead a Maryland team to a regular sea- 
son ACC Championship during the first 
six years of his coach career in College 
Park. 

Maybe more important than the victo- 
ries and post-season appearance was 
that the Terp faithful were coming back 



THE WILLIAMS FILE 



COACHING HONORS 



U.S. Olympic Team Selection Committee, 1988 
Eastern Coach of the Year, 1983 
National Coach of the Year, Second Runner-Up, 1983 
District Coach of the Year, 1981 

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Six-game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team, 1994 
Six-game, nine-day tour of Germany with ACC AU-Star Team, 1990 
Assistant Coach, U.S. World Junior National Team, Silver Medal, 1986 
Sbc-game, 10-day tour of Yugoslavia with Boston College, 1985 
Eight-game, 12-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team, 1984 
Swedish Basketball Federation, Coaching Clinic, 1984 
Canadian National Basketball Federation, Coaching Clinic, 1983 
Spanish Basketball Federation, Coaching Clinic, 1981 
Belgium Basketball Federation, Coaching CLLnic, 1980 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1964-67, University of Maryland, basketball letter winner 

1961-64, Colhngswood High School, lettered four years in basketball and 

baseball 

PLAYING HONORS 

Maryland Team Captain, 1967 

Maryland Record Field Goal Percentage (1.00, 8-8) vs. South Carolina 12-10-66 

Member 1965 Suger Bowl Tournament Championship Team 

Member 1966 Charlotte Invitational Tournament Championship Team 

EDUCATION 



University of Maryland, 1968, B.S. in business 
Collingswood High School, 1964 



DATE OF BIRTH 



March 4, 1945 in Collingswood, N.J. 



FAMILY 



Daughter - Kristin (25) and son in law Geoff. 
Kristin teaches school in Columbus, Ohio. 



to Cole Field House. The average atten- 
dance at home games improved by 
more than 1,000 fans during Williams's 
first season. Each of the last three sea- 
sons in Cole Field House have been 
completely sold out with no reversal of 
that trend in sight. 

Williams has made Cole one of the 
tougher places to play in the nation. He 
has a non-conference record of 69-21 
(.767) during his Maryland career and 
has led the Terps to 46 consecutive non- 
conference home court victories. Under 
Williams, the Terps have won all but 
one non-conference games at home. 

Wilhams helped return Maryland to 
the upper echelon of college basketball 
by teaching his teams to play with 
relentless intensity. Williams's teams 
play the game from end line to end line 



for 40 minutes. That style reflects 
Williams's own dedication and commit- 
ment. 

Williams, who gained his 300th career 
victory during the 1996 season, is in his 
19th season as a head coach on the col- 
legiate level. Twelve times in his 18 
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 
programs in the three most powerful 
conferences in college basketball - The 
Atlantic Coast, The Big East and The 
Big Ten. During Williams's combined 14 
years in those three conferences, the 
national champion has come from 



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Williams's league six times (three in his 
seven years in the ACC, twice m his 
four years in the Big East and once In 
his three years in the Big Ten.) 

A 1968 graduate of Maryland, 
WUliams lettered as the Terps' starting 
point guard from 1964-67 under Head 
Coach Bud Millikan. He served as team 
captain during his senior season. It wras 
as a player in the ACC that WUliams 
developed his basketball philosophy. He 
studied the game under Millikan, and it 
was then that he developed his pen- 
chant for the fullcourt pressure defenses 
for which his teams are known. He 
learned his half court man-to-man 
defense from MUlikan, who learned 
from the legendary Hank Iba. The fast- 
breaking offense that WUiams's teams 
employ is similar to the style Vic 
Bubas's Duke teams used when 
WUliams was a player. 

WUliams began his coaching career as 
a graduate student at Maryland under a 
future boss, Tom Davis. WiUiams was 
Davis's assistant coach for the Maryland 
freshman team during the 1969 season. 
The team finished with a 12-4 record. 

After earning a degree m business, he 
continued his coaching career as an 
assistant at Woodrow WUson High 
School in Camden, New Jersey. After 
one year, he took over as the head 
coach and guided his first team to a per- 
fect 27-0 record and the state title. 
WiUiams has caUed that season "the 
ultimate; there wasn't another game to 
win. " 

WiUiams spent one more year at 
WUson before accepting an invitation 
from Davis m 1972 to become an assis- 
tant at Lafayette CoUege. WhUe an 
assistant at Lafayette, WiUiams also 
served as the head soccer coach. In 
1978, WiUiams accompanied Davis to 
Boston CoUege. After one year there, 
WiUiams became the head coach at 
American University. 

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




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Gary Williams Datebook 



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 Chaminade 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 sea- 
son 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 victories 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 over- 
all record making him only the second head coach in school 
history to record wiiming 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 represented in the weekly national 
writers and broadcasters poll. 

March 13, 1994-Maryland named to the NCAA Tournament 
for the first time since 1988, earning 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 contract extension. 

December 26, 1994-Ranked No. 9 in the weekly 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 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 overall pick in the 
1995 NBA Draft m Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

February 6, 1996-Defeated No. 11 North Carolina, 84-78, for 
his ninth win over a ranked team in the last three seasons. 




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In 1983, Williams succeeded Davis at 
Boston College. He was once again an 
instant success, 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 appear- 
ance in the NCAA Tournament, 
Williams directed the Eagles to the 
"Sweet 16." He finished third in the bal- 
loting 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 suc- 
cess again in 1985, when he again led 
BC tothe "Sweet 16." 

hi 1987, Williams accepted the head 
coaching job at Ohio State, becoming the 
tenth basketball coach in that school's 
illustrious history. He succeeded Eldon 
Miller and once again enjoyed success. 
In four years, the Buckeyes made three 
post-season appearances. 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-kiUings. During Williams's 
three year term at Ohio State, OSU 
defeated a second ranked Purdue team, 
perermial power Kansas and highly 
regarded Big Ten powers Michigan and 
Illmois. Each of WDliams's 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 
WiUiams has signed since his return to 
his alma mater on June 13, 1989. 



Coaches vs. Cancer 



Three-Point Attack 

Gary Williams is involved m many charitable programs and one that is very 
special to him is the Coaches vs. Cancer Three-Point Attack. The program is a 
partnership between the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) 
and the American Cancer Society. The coaches who participate in this pro- 
gram are dedicated to fighting cancer through increased support for research, 
patient services and prevention education from among the fans of college bas- 
ketball. The program utilizes a Three-point attack program that combines 
pledges from fans with their team's three-point baskets made throughout the 
season. Contributions benefit the teams's local chapter of the American 
Cancer Society. 

The University of Maryland men's basketball team and Gary WUliams fin- 
ished eighth in the nation in fundraismg efforts during the 1996 season with 
contributions totaling $20,800.90. Williams and the Terps were the only team 
from the ACC to be ranked among the top-20 fundraising teams in the pro- 
gram and one of only eight which raised $20,000 or more. 

FINAL TOP-IO ATTACK POLL 



Rank 


School 


Total $ 


1. 


Missouri (Norm Stewart) 


135,044.22 


2. 


Syracuse (Jim Boeheim) 


71,146.80 


3. 


Saint Louis (Charlie Spoonhour) 


52,000.00 


4. 


SW Missouri (Steve Alford) 
SW Missouri (Cheryl Burnett) 


50,000.00 


5. 


Kansas (Roy Williams) 


34,350,04 


6. 


Perm State (Jerry Durm) 
Penn State (Rene Portland) 


28,825.00 


7. 


Louisville (Denny Crum) 


28,825.00 


8. 


Maryland (Gary Williams) 


20,800.90 


9. 


Florida (Lon Kruger) 


19,803.90 


10. 


Minnesota (Clem Haskins) 


19,552.59 



"Last year, the University of Maryland finished eighth in the country in the 
Coaches versus Cancer rankings. However, we will not be satisfied until can- 
cer is defeated. Hopefully, fans across the country will work together with the 
coaches to make this happen. " 

Gary Williams 

University of Maryland 




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GARY WILLIAMS IN POST-SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



GARY WILLIAMS RECORD IN OVERTIME 



Opponent 


Games 


Won 


Lost 


.Pet 


Last Game 




NCAA 


14 


8 


6 


.571 


1995-96 


At American (4-2) 


NIT 


14 


8 


6 


.571 


1989-90 


December 28, 1978 


ACC 


10 


4 


6 


.400 


1995-96 


December 29, 1978 


BIG EAST 


6 


2 


4 


.333 


1985-86 


January 13, 1979 


East Coast 


7 


3 


4 


.429 


1981-82 


January 15, 1979 


Totals 


48 


24 


24 


.500 


1994-95 


February 24, 1981 
February 2, 1982 


WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIVISION I 


COACHES 




IN NCAA 


TOURNAMENT 


PLAY 









(Minunum of 10 games in NCAA Division I Tournament) 

Rank Coach, Current School App. 

1. Mike Kyzyzewski, Duke 12 

2. Rick Pitino, Kentucky 7 

3. Steve Fisher, Michigan 7 

4. Roy Williams, Kansas 7 

5. Bobby Knight, Indiana 20 

6. Dean Smith, North Carolina 26 

7. Nolan Richardson, Arkansas 11 

8. John Calipari, Massachusetts 5 

9. Denny Crum, Louisville 20 

10. John Thompson, Georgetown 19 

11. Bob Muggins, Cincinnati 6 

12. Tom Davis, Iowa 9 

13. Billy Tubbs, Texas Christian 11 

14. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 17 

15. Jud Heathcote, Michigan State 10 

16. Jeff Jones, Virginia 10 

17. Gary WiUiams, Maryland 6 
Lon Kruger, Illinois 5 

19. Sonny Smith, VCU 5 

20. Clem Haskins, Minnesota 6 



W L 

39 10 
21 6 



20 
18 



40 17 

61 26 

24 11 

10 5 
39 20 
34 18 

11 6 
15 9 
18 11 
27 17 
15 10 

6 4 
8 6 
8 6 

7 5 
7 6 



.Pet 

.796 
.777 
.769 
.720 
.702 
.701 
.686 
.667 
.661 
.654 
.647 
.625 
.621 
.614 
.600 
.600 
.571 
.571 
.583 
.538 



American 98 vs. Stetson 94 (20T) 
American 85 vs. Central Florida 83 (OT) 
American 83 vs. Bucknell 85 (20T) 
American 89 vs. George Washington 91 (OT) 
American 84 vs. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 83 (OT) 
American 65 vs. William & Mary 64 (OT) 



None 

At Ohio State (1-2) 

December 29, 1986 
February 27, 1988 
March 23, 1989 

At Maryland (3-4) 

February 10, 1989 
March 2, 1991 
January 18, 1992 
November 15, 1993 
March 11, 1995 

January 6, 1996 
January 20, 1996 



Ohio State 79 vs. Kansas 78 (OT) 

Ohio State 77 vs. Michigan State 78 (OT) 

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



Maryland 111 vs. #14 Duke 114 (OT) 
Maryland 78 at Virginia 74 (OT) 
Maryland 83 vs. Florida State 91 (OT) 
Maryland 84 at #15 Georgetown 83 (OT) 
Maryland 92 vs. #2 North Carolina 97 
(OT) - ACC Tournament 
Maryland 86 vs. #16 North Carolina 88 (OT) 
Maryland 77 vs. N.C. State 74 (OT) 



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BlUy HAHN 





Billy Halin, who has been recognized as 
one of the top recruiters in the nation, is in 
his eighth season as an assistant coach 
under Head Coach Gary WiUiams. During 
his first seven years in College Park, Hahn 
has played an integral part of the success 
of the Terrapin basketball program. 

Since Hahn joined the Terrapin staff, 
Maryland has played in three NCAA 
Tournaments, played in one National 
Invitation Tournament and won one ACC 
regular season championship. In addition, 
Maryland has established school records 
for most points in single game, and most 
points scored, free throws made, assists, 
steals and blocks in a single season. The 
Terps are one of only three ACC teams to 
average 20 victories in each of the last 
three seasons and have won 61 games in 
the last three seasons. 

His reputation as one of the finest 
recruiters in college basketball is far reach- 
ing 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 1994 and 
1995 finish as the regular season co- 
champions of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference in 1995. 

His basketball expertise became evi- 
dent in 1995 as he guided Maryland to 
the semifmals 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 during the season. 

Hahn drew nationwide praise as he 
guided the Terps to a 2-2 record as 
Maryland's interim head coach while Gary 
WUliams recovered from pneumonia dur- 
ing the later stages of the 1995 season. He 
coached the Terps to a 94-92 victory at 
Duke, a 71-64 victory over Florida State in 
the first round of the ACC Tournament, 



Billy Hahn 



Assistant Coach 

8th year at the University of Maryland 

Graduated: University of Maryland, 1975 
Birthdate: June 22, 1953 



On Top of Theii Game 

When it comes to recruiting, no one in 
the East does it better than these assis- 
tant or former assistant coaches 

THE TOP 10 



BILLY HAHN 
Tom Abatemarco 
Scott Beeten 
Howie Dickenman 
Bernie Fine 
James Flint 
Phil Ford 
Bobby Gonzalez 
Phil Hewitt/ 
John Leonard 
Bobby Jones 



MARYLAND 
Rutgers 
Geo. Wash. 
Connecticut 
Syracuse 
Massachusetts 
North Carolina 
Providence 

ViHanova 
Pittsburgh 



In this era of reduced contact between 
college coach and prospective player, the 
role of an assistant coach m the recruiting 
process has never been more significant. 
Generally, it is the assistant coach who 
makes the initial contact and works on 
developing 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 pro- 
grams in the East. This is clearly a sub- 
jective poll - no exact science exists to 
evaluate these men - and certainly there 
are more than ten aides doing exception- 
al work in the area of player procure- 
ment. However, these are the names we 
hear mentioned most often when it 
comes to the standouts. 

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 bench when Gary 
WiUianis was iU. On the recruiting traU, 
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 
fortunes in the past two seasons. 



and into overtime versus No. 2 ranked 
North Carolina in the ACC tournament 
semifinals and versus Virginia during the 
regular season. Maryland's victory over 
Duke clinched a tie for the ACC regular 
season championship. 

Each of those four games put Hahn into 
a spotlight which he had never experi- 
enced before. The victories 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 
spothght. Hahn was recently named one of 
the top 10 recruiters m the Eastern United 
States by Eastern Basketball Magazine. 
Said EB: "The former head coach at Ohio 
University helped corral the Terps; 1995 
senior class which was the backbone of 
Maryland's reversal of forttmes." 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



His recruiting prowess is reflected by the 
Terps roster of players during his career at 
Maryland. Hahn's national and local recruit- 
ing knowledge helped in the supenor evalu- 
ation of former M-ACC players Exree Hipp, 
Mario Lucas, Johnny Rhodes and Duane 
Simpkins - four players who helped 
Maryland return to the Top- 10 and the 
national spotlight. Most recently, he won 
intense recruiting battles which convinced 
current Terp sophomores 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. 

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 m 1988. He recruited 
and coached Paul Graham, the MAC Player 
of the Year in 1989. During his head coach- 
ing tenure, 100 percent of his senior play- 
ers 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 aU-time lead- 
ing assist holder Hahn recruited and 
coached two future NBA draft choices 
and the 1985 MAC Player of the Year 
While Hahn was an assistant, Ohio post- 
ed a school record four 20 win seasons, 
won two conference tournament champi- 
onships, earned two trips to the NCAA 
Tournament and played in one NIT. 

Hahn began his college coaching career 
immediately 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 success- 
fully recruited and coached future NBA 
draft choices. While at Rhode Island, he 
recruited future New York Knicks Star Sly 
Williams and four other NBA selections. 

Hahn and his wife Kathi were married 
on June 25, 1976; they have two children, 
a son Matthew (18) and daughter Ashley 
(13). 

Hahn received his bachelor's degree 
from Maryland in distributive education 
m 1975. 



THE HAHN FILE 

COACHING EXPERIENCE 



1989-90-present, 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 YEAH HEAD COACHING RECORD 



Year School Overall Record/Conference Finish 

1988-89 Ohio University 12-17/7-9 

1987-88 Ohio University 16-14/9-7 

1986-87 Ohio University 14-14/6-10 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 



Post Season Play 

(T7th) 

(3rd) 

(T7th) 



Record: 42-45 (.423)/22-26 

Years School 

1995-96 University of Maryland 

1994-95 Univesity 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 Ohio University 

1984-85 Ohio University 

1983-84 Ohio University 

1982-83 Ohio University 



1981-82 Ohio University 

1980-81 Ohio University 

1979-80 Univ. of Rhode Island 

1978-79 Univ. of Rhode Island 

1977-78 Univ. of Rhode Island 

1976-77 Davidson College 

1975-76 Morris Harvey College 

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 



Accomplishments 

NCAA Tournament, West Region 
NCAA West Regional Semifinals 
NCAA, Midwest Regional Semifinals 



NIT, 2nd Round 

NIT, 1986, 1st Round 

NCAA Tournament, 1985, Southest Regional 

Mid American Conference Championships 

NCAA Tourn., 1983, 2nd Round, Mideast Regional 
Mid American Conference Championships 

Consecutive 20-Wtn Seasons, 1983-86 
Marquette City Classic Champions, 1980 
NIT, 1979, 1st Round 
Motor City Classic Champions, 1979 
NCAA Toum. 1978, 1st Rnd. East Regional 
ECAC New England Champions, 1978 



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

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

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

basketball team, August 1986 
World Cup Games (Buenos Aires, Argentina) writh Rhode Island basketball team, July 1979 
Played in World Cup Games as member of Maryland basketball team in 1972 

(Tournament Champions) 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1972-1975, University of Maryland Basketball Letter winner 

1968-1972, Perm High School, lettered four years in basketball, baseball and cross country 

PLAYING HONORS 

Maryland Team Captain, 1975 

Alive Albino 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. in distributive education; Penn High School, 1971 

DATE OF BIRTH 

June 22, 1953 

FAMILY 

Wife Kathi (married, June 25, 1976); son Matthew (18) and daughter Ashley (13). 



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Dave DICKERSON 




THE DICKERSON FILE 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 



1996-Present, University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 
1993-96, Radford University, Assistant Coach 
1991-92, James Madison University, Assistant Coach 
1990-91, Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 



Years School 

1992-93 Radford University 

1993-94 Radford University 

1994-95 Radford University 

1995-96 Radford University 



Accomplishments 

Big South Tournament, Semifinals 
Big South Tournament, Semifinals 
Big South Tournament, Semifinals 
Big South Tournament, Semifinals 



1991-92 James Madison U. 



1990-91 Gardner Webb 



PLAYING EXPERIENCE 



1985-89, University of Maryland, 4-year varsity letterwtnner 

PLAYING HONORS 



Maryland team captain, 1989 
Career Contribution Award, 1989 
Most Improved Player Award, 1987 

EDUCATION 



University of Maryland. 1989, B.S. in government and politics 

DATE OF BIRTH 

March 29, 1967 



Dave Dickerson, one of the top 
young recruiters and evaluators of 
basketball talent in the nation, 
begins his first season as an assis- 
tant coach at the University of 
Maryland. Dickerson, who most 
recently held the same positions at 
Marshall and Radford universities, 
was a four-year letter winner for the 
Terps from 1986-1989. He served the 
team as its captain during the 1989 



Dave Dickerson 

Assistant Coach 

1st year at the University of Maryland 

Graduate: University of Maryland, 1989 
Birthdate: March 29,1967 



season. 

Dickerson's 
addition makes 
Maryland's the 
only staff in the 
Atlantic Coast 
Conference and 
one of only a 
handful in the 
nation where 
each of the three- 
full time coaches 
are alumnus of 
the university at 
which they are 
currently working. 

"Dave is a person who I have had 
my eye on for a while," said Williams. 
"He has developed some strong 
recruiting ties and has gained a great 
deal of experience as an assistant 
coach. Dave will help our recruiting 
efforts immediately and he will be a 
great fit with our staff and all of our 
players." 

Dickerson, 29, spent four years at 
Radford University (1992-96) and had 




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one-year stints at James Madison 
(1991-92), and Gardner-Webb College 
(1990-91). In May he was appointed 
an assistant at Marshall and left there 
to come back to Maryland. 

A native of Olar, S.C, Dickerson 
earned his bachelor's degree in gov- 
ernment and politics from Maryland 
in 1990. In addition to serving as 
team captain 1989, he earned the 
team award for Greatest Career 
Contribution in 1989 and for Most 
Improved Player in 1987. He played 
on Maryland's 1986 team that 
advanced to the West Regional 
Quarterfinals of the NCAA 
Tournament in 1986 and the 1988 
Terp team that advanced to the 
NCAA Tournament Southeast 
Regional quarterfinals. 



Dave Dickerson Career Statistics 



ALL 


GAMES 






















Yeai 


G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


REB D Reb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


BUt 


StI 


Min 


1985-86 


15 11-25-440 


0-0-000 


10-13-769 


32-2,1 


11 11 


22-1.5 


20 


7 


4 


1 


112 


1986-87 


26 86-168-512 


0-1-000 


44-61-721 


216-8.3 


47 98 


145-5.6 


99 


48 


10 


13 


858 


1987-88 


30 51-108-472 


12-22-545 


21-29-724 


135-4-5 


23 39 


62-2.1 


65 


30 30 


11 


4 


411 


1988-89 


29 45-149-302 


12-57-211 


30-45-667 


132-4.6 


46 59 


105-3.6 


80 


55 39 


9 


8 


655 


Totals 


100 193-450-429 


24-80-300 


105-148--709 


515-5.2 


116 218 


334-3-3 


264 


140 


34 


26 


2036 



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Jimmy PATSOS 






THE PATSOS FILE 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 



1991-present, University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 
1989-1991, Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) High School, Assistant Coach 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 



Years School 

1995-96 University of Maryland 

1994-95 University of Maryland 

1993-94 University of Maryland 

1992-93 University of Maryland 

1991-92 University of Maryland 

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 



Accomplishments 

NCAA West Regional 

NCAA, West Regional Semifinals 

NCAA, Midvuest Regional Semifinals 



Six-game, nine-day tour of France vnth Maryland basketball team, August 1994 
One month tour of Australia with junior (15-17) team, August 1991 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1985-89, Catholic University, 3-year basketball letter winner 

PLAYING HONORS 



Catholic Team Captain, 

EDUCATION 



1989 



Catholic University, 1989, B.S. in history 

DATE OF BIRTH 



October 1, 1966 



Jimmy Patsos is in his sixth season as 
an assistant coach at the University of 
Maryland. His wfork with the Terps play- 
ers, both on and off the court, has been 
instrumental in the programs three con- 
secutive NCAA Tournament appear- 
ances. Patsos joined Gary Williams's staff 
in 1991 and has been mvolved in all 
aspects of the program since then. 

Patsos's numerous responsibilities cen- 
ter around opponent scouting and the aca- 
demic development of aH 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 perfor- 
mance has improved since Patsos accept- 
ed the challenging assignment. His works 
closely with the academic support unit of 



Jimmy Patsos 



Assistant Coach 

5th year at the University of Maryland 

Graduated: Catholic University, 1989 
Birthdate: October 1, 1966 



the athletic department and many of the 
professors on campus. 

Patsos also serves as the director of 
highly respected and successful Gary 
Williams summer basketball camp. In that 
role, Patsos coordinates counselor man- 
agement, facility and participant schedul- 
ing, housing and meals and guest speak- 
ers to mention a few. 

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

Prior to his appointment to Gary 
Williams's staff at Maryland, Patsos was 
the assistant coach at Archbishop Carroll 
High School m 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 
have become 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 sea- 
son. He earned his bachelor's degree in 
History from Catholic in 1989. 



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Administrative Assistant 



Tlie Basketball Office 




Troy Wainwright, a 

University of Maryland 
alumnus and former 
manager of the men's 
basketball team, is in 
his first season as the 
administrative assis- 
tant to head basketball 
coach Gary Williams. 
Wainwright will work 
with the day-to-day 
operations of the team 
including budgetary 
matters, team travel, on 
campus housing, din- 
ing contracts and all 
business involving the 
student-athletes cam- 
pus accounts. In addi- 
tion, Wainwright will 
be responsible for 
scheduling and con- 
tractual arrangements 
for all-non conference 
games and will work 
with the ACC to coordi- 
nate the Terps' ACC 
schedule. 

Wainwright served as 
head manager for the 
basketball team during 
Williams's first season 
at Maryland, 1990. He 
accompanied the Terps 
as they advanced to 
the second round of the 
National Invitation 
Tournament. He had 
served as assistant 
team manager for the 
three years preceding 
WUIiams's arrival in 
College Park. 

Wainwright earned 
his bachelor's degree 
from the university in 
1990 and served the 
men's basketball team from 1986 to 1990. 

The Berlin, Md., native comes back to Maryland after work- 
ing as an Advertising Account Executive at the Washington 
Times (1994-1996) and an Account Manager with the 
Washington Bullets (1992-94). He earned his B.S. degree in 
sociology from the university. 

While with the Bullets, he helped facilitate 20 sold out 
games which was then a franchise record. In addition, he was 
involved with Walt Williams night at USAir arena. He assisted 
in the planning of the program which helped raise contribu- 
tions for the Walt Williams scholarship fund at the University 
of Maryland. During his tenure at the Washington Times, he 
was named the salesperson of the month on two different 
occasions. 



Troy Wainright, Administrative Assistant 




Cleo Long-Thomas 

Coaches Secretary 



EUie Norman 

Coaches Secretary 



John Bowie 

Equipment Manager 



Cleo Long-Thomas is in her seventh year as head secretary 
to the Maryland basketball coaches. Long-Thomas serves as 
the basketball office manager and coordinates the day-to-day 
professional schedules of the coaching staff. She helps in the 
planning and scheduling of Coach Williams's numerous local 
and national speakmg engagements and appearances, orga- 
nizes all recruiting correspondences 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 WiUiams summer basketball camp. 

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

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, have three chil- 
dren: Tyrone, 28, Jabari, 22, and Raven, 13, her pride and joy. 



Manageis 




Student Managers (L to R): Matthew Zebersky, David Susskind, Kevin 
Nawrocki, Brian Duignan, Faisal Khan, John Forrest, Michael Biftu 



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Medical Staff 



J.J. Bush-Basketball Trainer 

J.J. Bush returns for the 1996-97 sea- 
son as athletic trainer for Gary Williams 
and the Terp's men's basketball pro- 
gram. Bush IS in his fourth season work- 
ing with the men's basketball program. 
This is his second stint working with 
the program as he was the team's train- 
er from 1972-1976. 

As the trainer for the basketball team, 
Bush coordinates the daily medical 
treatments for all the players and super- 
vises all rehabilitative efforts in the 
advent of injury. 

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

Begirming with the 1976 football season, 
Bush worked vuith the Terp football 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 four ACC Championships and 
played in nine bowl games. 

In addition to his training duties, 
Bush also teaches a kinesiology course 
on care and prevention of athletic 
injuries 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 has worked 
extensively within the organization on 
improving athletic training methods. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 
49, graduated from Florida State 
University in 1969. He and his wife Gina 
have two children; Brandon, a sopho- 
more at Maryland, and Jordan, 13. 

Dr. Stan Lavine-Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine, head orthopedic sur- 
geon for Maryland's 25 intercollegiate 
teams has roots that grow deep in to 
Maryland's red clay. He first served the 
Terps as a football letterman in 1948 
and 1949 and has, since, served the 
Terps from the medical profession. 



A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., where he 
attended Schenly High School, Dr. 
Lavine matriculated at Maryland to pre- 
pare for his medical career. He played 
football initially for Clark Shaughnessy, 
one of football's great innovators. By the 
time of his 1950 graduation, he had led 
Maryland, under Head Coach Jim 
Tatum, to a 9-1 season and a 20-7 victory 
over Missouri in the Gator Bowl as the 
team's quarterback. Following his gradu- 
ation from Maryland's medical school, he 
interned at hospitals in Philadelphia and 
Cleveland, served two years in the Air 
Force, and began his orthopedic work 
with Maryland's athletic teams. Dr. 
Lavine attends all home basketball 
games and some road games and is on 
call at all times for the student-athletes 
playing on the University's 24 athletic 
teams. His professional reputation is 
national in scope and many prominent 
athletes regularly seek his treatment. He 
was team physician for the Washington 
Redskins, and was there for two Super 
Bowls. He was also the team physician 
for the Washington Bullets when they 
won the NBA Championship in 1978. 





^ 



J.J. Bush 

Men's Basketball Trainer 



Dr. Stanford Lavine 

Team Physician 





Dr. Sacared Bodison 

Coordinator of Sports 
Medicine 



■Ah 

Dr. Bruce Ammerman 

Neurosurgeon 




Dr. Irwan Aidman 

Cardiologist 



Dr. Stephen Fahey 

Emergency Physician 



Dr. Dave Linehan 

Orthopedic Surgeon 



Dr. Glenn Nathan 

Oral Surgeon 



Dr. Stephen Sandler 
General Surgery 



Dr. Malinda Dice-Shah 

Dentist 




Dr. Stephen Solomon 
Ophthalmolo0st 



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. Sacred Bodison and Dr. Stephen Fahey are the two fuU-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 wliich they staff 
the University Training rooms and consult with student-athletes on a walk-up basis. 

Dr. Bodison, in her 15th year as the Health Center's assistant director for medical services, has been coordinator of sports medicine since 
1982. She is a graduate of the University of Buffalo and received her medical degree from SUNY Down State Medical School in 1975. 

Dr. Bodison and her husband have two children have two children, Sasha, 15, and Brenton, 11. The family resides m 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 freshman basketball. He received his medical degree from Harvard in 1975. 



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JFJl 



Tii9 s^liV/Blij 





Keith BOOTH 




<^ 




ALL GAMES 




























Yeai 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


Elk 


Stl 


Min 


1995-96 


30-30 


145-328-442 


7-34-206 


162-214-757 


459-15.3 


83 


150 


233-7-8 


100-5 


73 


92 


23 


41 


955 


1994-95 


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 


1993-94 


30-30 


113-249-454 


11-27-407 


87-149- 684 


324-108 


71 


112 


183-61 


108-6 


65 


108 


17 


45 


865 


Career 


94-94 


384-854-.450 


21-84-.250 


363-527.689 1152-12.3 


242 


421 


663-7.1 


314-15 


214 


302 


53 


129 2769 


ACC STATISTICS 


























Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1995-96 


16-16 


84-190-442 


6-22-.273 


102-133-.767 


276-17,3 


43 


92 


135-8.4 


51-3 


39 


49 


13 


21 


547 


1994-95 


16-16 


55-125-.440 


2-13-.154 


62-74-703 


164-10,3 


34 


63 


97-6,1 


52-2 


35 


45 


6 


25 


466 


1993-94 


16-16 


62-144-431 


8-19-421 


33-60-550 


165-10,3 


34 


61 


95-5.9 


57-2 


30 


46 


5 


23 


479 


Career 


48-48 


201-459-.438 


16-54-.296 


87-267.700 


605-12.6 


111 


216 


327-6.8 


160-7 


104 


140 


24 


69 


1492 


NCAA 


TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 
























Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1995-96 


1-1 


2- 9-222 


0-2-000 


2-6-.333 


6-6 


2 


1 


3-30 


4-0 


3 


6 


1 





25 


1994-95 


3-3 


13-25-520 


0-2-000 


5-7-714 


31-10,3 


16 


21 


37-12,3 


9-0 


5 


10 


1 


4 


83 


1993-94 


3-3 


15-22-681 


0-0-000 


12-28-.429 


42-14 


8 


11 


19-6,3 


12-1 


2 


8 


3 


3 


88 



Career 7-7 30-56-536 



0-4-000 



19-41-463 79-11.3 



26 



33 



59-8.4 26-1 10 24 5 7 196 



ON BOOTH: An emerging national star 
whose collegiate future is now... Among 
the top power players in the nation, he 
begins his senior season as an AH- America 
candidate and one of the top players in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference... A three-time 
All-ACC honoree; was a Third-Team All- 
ACC selection as a junior and was an 
Honorable Mention all-league pick dur- 
ing both his freshman and sophomore 
seasons... A second Team All-ACC selec- 
tion by Basketball Weeidy... Mary land's 
heart and soul who leads by example in 
games and practice... Is an imposing 
physical force with lightning quick low- 
post moves... Can also handle the ball 
and gives Maryland another option 
while breaking opponents' pressure 
defenses... Often times, he is the Terps' 
No. 2 ball handler on the court despite 
his position... Has earned the distinction 
of being Maryland's "go-to" player. ..Has 
improved as a scorer throughout his 
career and is the Terps' leading return- 
ing scorer and only returning 1,000 point 
scorer... Booth has progressively 
unproved his statistical output during 



Keith Eugene Booth 

Power Forward 

University of Maryland 

Ht 6-6 Wt. 226 

High School: Dunbar, Baltimore, 
Maryland (Pete Pompey) 

Birthdate: October 9, 1974 
(Baltimore, Maryland) 

24 



each of his three years at Maryland... He 
averaged 10.8 points per game as a 
freshman, 10.9 as a sophomore and 15.3 
as a jimior - an improvement of 4.5 
points per game during his career... He 
averaged 6.1 rebounds per game as a 
freshman, 7.3 as a sophomore and 7.8 as 
a junior - an improvement of 1.7 
rebounds per game during his career... 
His biggest offensive improvement has 
come from the free throw line where he 
shot 58.4 percent as a freshman, 69.5 
percent as a sophomore and 75.7 per- 
cent as a junior - an improvement of 17.3 
percent during his career... Is looking to 
become only the fourth player in school 
history to play in four NCAA Tourna- 
ments during his career - joining Jeff 
Baxter (1983, 84, 85, 86), Len Bias (1983, 
84, 85, 86) and Keith Gatlm (1984, 85, 86, 
88)... Enters his senior season ranked 
No. 6 on Maryland's aU-time steals list 
with 129 for his three-year career... 
Could move mto second place aU-time in 
steals at Maryland by the end of his 
senior campaign... As a Junior: A Third 
Team AU-ACC selection who averaged a 
career high 15.3 points (second on the 
team and 11th in the ACC) and a career 
high 7.8 rebounds (first on the team and 
sixth in the ACC)... Finished eighth in 
the ACC in free throw shooting percent- 
age with a career high .757 percent- 
age... Earned Honorable Mention All- 
ACC Tournament honors as he averaged 
21 points and seven rebounds in two 
games... His free throw shooting per- 
centage as a junior was 11.5 percentage 
points higher than his career percentage 
entering the 1995-96 season... Scored in 
double figures in a career high 27 of 30 
games and recorded a career high eight 
double/doubles... Averaged a career high 
31.8 minutes per game... Committed a 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 




career low 100 fouls on the season and 
fouled out only five times... Has started 
94 consecutive games, every game of his 
career, since his arrival in CoDege Park... 
The all-time Maryland record for career 
games started is 120 by Johnny Rhodes 
(1993-96) and the aU-time school record 
for consecutive games played is 122 also 
by Rhodes... Booth is also approaching 
Cal Ripken-like status as his 94 consecu- 
tive starts from the beginning of his 
career is nearing the school record of 98 
by Exree Hipp (1995-96)... Led the Terps 
in scoring six times and in rebounding 
an astounding 15 times... Scored his 
career high of 33 points (tied for the 23rd 
best single game effort in school history) 
versus Georgia Tech in the semifinals of 
the ACC Tournament... His performance 
marked only the third time in school his- 
tory that a Terp player had scored 30 or 
more points in an ACC Tournament 
game... He joined Walt Williams (38 ver- 
sus Clemson, 1992) and Albert King (38 
versus Clemson, 1980) as the only Terps 
to eclipse the 30 point plateau in an 
ACC Tournament game... His 33 points 
versus Georgia Tech surpassed his pre- 
vious career high of 29 which he scored 
versus Virginia in Cole Field House on 
March 2... Booth shot a spectacular 10-14 
(.714) from the field and a superb 9-12 
(.750) from the line as the Terps defeat- 
ed the Cavaliers, 83-71... Scored six 
points in the final 3:30 of the first half as 
Maryland opened an insurmountable 16 
point lead and added seven points in the 
first four minutes of the second half as 
the Terps stretched their lead to 



21 . . .Had first scored his career high of 
27 points and grabbed his career high of 
16 rebounds versus Virginia on February 
l...Was nine-of-16 from the field and 
shot 80 percent (eight-of-lO) from the 
free throw line... Scored 16 points in a 
torrid seven-minute stretch when 
Maryland went from a five-point deficit 
to a lO-point lead... Booth was also big 
on the boards with seven rebounds in 
the first half and nine in the second... His 
extraordinarily hard work on the glass 
allowed the Terps to recover after being 
outrebounded by 12 in the first half to 
outrebound the Cavaliers by five in the 
second half... A super-human perfor- 
mance versus N.C. State in Cole Field 
House with 14 points, 14 rebounds, five 
assists, four blocks and 43 minutes 
played as the Terps defeated N.C. State 
in overtime for their first ACC victory of 
the season... Following the game. Booth 
said: "It was about time somebody 
stepped up. This was a must win game 
for us. "...Enjoyed a career long streak of 
21 consecutive double figure scoring 
games from December 13 through March 
4... As A Sophomore: Earned Honorable 
Mention AU-ACC honors for the second 
consecutive season... 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 sophomore... Booth 
scored a season high 22 points, includ- 
ing 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... In the clos- 
ing, emotion-packed minutes of the 
game. Booth scored on a lay-up with 
4:20 remaining to put the 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 wirmer with 
his memorable drive and one-handed 
dunk around Duke's Cherokee Parks to 
lift the Terps to the incredible win... The 
Terps' 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 play- 



yimire. GAMES 



■ Booth scored a career high 33 points, 
had seven rebounds and one steal ver- 
sus No. 18 Georgia Tech in the semifi- 
nals of the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament on March 9, 1996. 

■ Booth scored 27 points, had 16 
rebounds and five assists as the Terps 
won at Virginia, 80-72, on February 1, 
1996. 

■ Booth scored 29 points, had 10 
rebounds, two assists and three steals 
in Maryland's 83-71 victory over 
Virginia on March 2, 1996. 



er. He's playing next to Joe Smith and 
sometimes gets overlooked, but he's a 
great player and he proved it today. "... 
Played exceedingly well in the NCAA 
Tournament as the Terps advanced to 
the NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" for 
the second consecutive season... 
Averaged 12.3 rebounds and 10.3 points 
as Maryland defeated Gonzaga and 
Texas to advance to the West Regional 
semifinals for the second consecutive 
season... Was extraordinary on the 
boards grabbing 15 rebounds versus 
Gonzaga and 1 1 each versus Texas and 
Connecticut... Led the entire NCAA 
Tournament m rebounding after the first 
two rounds... His 37 rebounds in the 
1995 NCAA Tournament is the second 
best ever single NCAA Tournament 
effort by a Maryland player behind only 
Joe Smith's 39 also in 1995's NCAA 




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KEITH BOOT 


H'S 


STATISTICS 


VS. ACC 


TEAMS 




















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO BIk Stl Min 


Clemson 


6/6 


22-50.440 


3-8.375 


27-41.695 


74-12.3 


15 


25 


40-6.7 


18-0 


13 


20 


1 


10 199 


Duke 


7/7 


28-66.424 


3^.750 


26-37.703 


85-12.1 


16 


32 


48-6.9 


25-2 


7 


19 


3 


6 198 


Flonda State 


7-7 


21-59.356 


1-6.167 


46-61.754 


89-12.7 


22 


28 


50-7.1 


24-1 


10 


23 


4 


12 219 


Georgia Tech 


7-7 


43-77-558 


4-12-.333 


31-43-738 


121-17.3 


19 


28 


47-6.7 


24-1 


19 


19 


6 


12 235 


North Caiohna 


7-7 


30-76-395 


3-11-.273 


19-29-655 


82-11.7 


16 


24 


40-5.7 


26-1 


11 


19 


1 


6 214 


N.C. State 


6-6 


24-57-421 


0-2-.000 


13-20-650 


61-10.2 


IB 


40 


58-9.7 


20-0 


24 


15 


7 


7 185 


Virginia 


7-7 


36-73-493 


2-9-222 


32^2-762 


106-151 


14 


40 


54-7.7 


20-0 


14 


24 


5 


7 210 


Wake Forest 


2-2 


2-8-450 


O-O-.OOO 


3-6-500 


7-3.5 


3 


1 


4-2.0 


5-0 


7 


3 


1 


3 58 



Tournament... Scored in double figures m 
nine ACC games and scored double/dou- 
bles versus N.C. State and Florida State 
in the ACC Tournament... Averaged 10.7 
points and six rebounds as Maryland 
played for the championship at the Maui 
Invitational to open the season... His 
showing in those three nationally tele- 
vised games was a spirited precursor for 
the entire season... Grabbed a game high 
12 rebounds versus Massachusetts at 
the Baltimore Arena as he enjoyed his 
second spectacular return to his home 
town... Scored a game high 18 points 
versus Towson State as Maryland won, 
120-73, m Cole Field House... Tied for the 
team high in scoring with 18 points ver- 
sus La Salle as the Terps defeated the 
Explorers, 96-80... Led Maryland in re- 
bounding over three consecutive games 
in December, 12 versus Massachusetts, 
nine versus Towson State and nine ver- 
sus Morgan State... Tied his career high 
with five steals versus Georgia Tech as 
Maryland won its ACC opener for the 
second consecutive season... A rebound- 
ing demon versus N.C. State as he 
grabbed 10 rebounds versus the Pack in 
Cole Field House... Was the only player 
on Maryland's 1995 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 perfect 
four-of-four from the field for 15 points 
versus Georgia Tech in Atlanta... Helped 
spark Maryland's comeback versus 
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 pro- 
tect 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 remain- 
ing 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... Committed only one foul m 
the second half, while playing 15 min- 
utes and helping limit Seminole forward 
Corey Lewis and center Andre Reid to 



four and two pomts respectively in the 
second half. ..As a Freshman: Earned 
Honorable Mention AU-ACC and 
Honorable Mention AU-ACC Freshman 
Team honors... One of a handful of fresh- 
men in the nation to average in double 
figure scoring with a 10.8 points per 
game average... Was at his best m 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 in the Midwest regional semi- 
final as he shot seven of 1 1 from the 
field for 17 points... Played nearly four 
minutes of the last 8:40 with four fouls 
and still managed to be extremely pro- 
ductive... Had seven points and five 
rebounds versus the Wolverines m the 
second half... Helped stake the Terps to 
a first half lead with niae points before 
getting into foul trouble... Re-entered the 
game in the second half (did not start 
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 incred- 
ible upset victory propelling the Terps 
onto Dallas and into the "Sweet 16"... 
Instrumental versus St. Louis in the 
NCAA first round with 1 1 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 1 5 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 opener 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 Hoy as... He hit two 
pressure 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 reg- 
ulation... His performance versus No. 15 
Georgetown came during his first career 
game and was televised nationally on 
ESPN... Played well in his first career 
ACC game with 14 points and 11 
rebounds to lead Maryland to its victory 
over No. 12 Georgia Tech in Atlanta, 
Maryland's first win in Atlanta since 
1980... Played well with foul trouble ver- 
sus the Yellow Jackets, as he picked up 
his fourth foul with 10:32 remaining in 
the second half... Booth played nearly 
the next eight minutes and scored six 
points as the Terps gained the all-impor- 
tant first ACC road victory of the sea- 
son... Banged against North Carolina's 
All- American and NBA first round draft 
choice Eric Montross and Kevin 
Salvador! twice and more than held his 
ground... Scored in double figures in 15 
of Maryland's 30 games and recorded 
three double/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 considered 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 Ail-American 
and played in the National AH- American 
game in Memphis, Term... Was a mem- 
ber of the Capital All-Star team in the 
Capital All-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 



26 



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f 'If Keith Booth were 6- 
8, he'd be illegal. " 
Clark Kellogg 
ESPN 
March 9, 1996 

"Keith Booth is a great 
college basketball player. 
And he is just a ;unjor. 
And he is on our side. " 
Gary Williams 
University of Md. 
January 20, 1996 

"Keith just does so 
much for us. He's a 
quiet leader. Sometimes, 
I wish he said more. But 
that's OK. We draw so 
much from dim. " 
Gary Williams 
University of Md. 
January 20, 1996 

"Keith Booth is just a 
warrior At his size and 
with the things he has 
been asked to do dur- 
ing his career, I think he 
is a great player " 
Dan Bonner 
CBS Sports 
March 1, 1996 

"Keith Booth scored 13 
points and took seven 
rebounds - one more 
than the combined total 
of Missouri's 7-0 Simeon 
Haley, 7-1 Sammie 
Haley and 6-1 1 IWonte 
Haidge. " 
Ken Murray 
Baltunore Sun 
February 18, 1996 

"In this fMaryJand'sJ 
case, necessity has cre- 
ated a fragile team that 
relies on the rock-haid 
Keith Booth more than 
any other player 
Booth's poten t reliability 
is becoming more and 
more essential to a 
team confronting 
change at the post and 
pomt. Yesterday, he was 
immense with 14 
pomts. a season high 14 
rebounds, five assists, 
four blocks and four 
steals m 43 minutes. 
That's contributions in 
five different categories, 
a performance any 
coach would gladly 
bame and hang on the 
wall." 

John Eisenburg 
Baltimore Sun 
January 20, 1996 

"/can't say enough 
aJtJout Jfeith Booth. If 
anyone here doesn 't 
think he's a great coi- 
Jege basketball player, 
something's wrong. " 
Gary Williams 
University of Md. 
January 20, 1996 



Maryland and the Baltimore Sun area 
Player of the Year following his senior 
season... Averaged 21 points, 10 
rebounds and four assists as a senior in 
leading Dunbar to the Maryland "A" 
Conference State Championship... Was a 
three-year varsity starter and four-year 
varsity member of the nationally 
acclaimed and honored Dunbar team... 
Earned All-Metropolitan honors by the 
Baltimore Sun foDowing 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 mythical 
national championship... 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 former 
University of Massachusetts star Donta 
Bright. 




KM?' 



All-ACC Candidate Keith Booth 

Keith Booth's career high 33 points versus Georgia Tech m the 1996 ACC Tournament tied him for 
the third most ever pomts scored by a Maryland player in an ACC Tournament game. Only Walt 
Wilhams (38 versus Clemson, 1992) and Albert King (38 versus Clemson, 1980) scored more points in 
an ACC Tournament game than Booth in 1996. In addition. Booth's 33 pomts marked the fourth best 
ever single post-season single game effort in school history. It was the most points ever scored 
against Georgia Tech m an ACC Tournament game. 

Keith Booth is lookmg to become only the fourth player in school history to play in four NCAA 
Tournaments during his career Booth would jom Jeff Baxter (1983, 84, 85, 86), Len Bias (1983, 84, 85, 
86) and Keith Gatlin (1984, 85, 86, 88) as the only four players m Maryland basketball history to play 
in four NCAA Tournaments. 

Keith Booth is one of only four players in school history to have scored 1,100 or more pomts and 
have 125 or more steals. 

Keith Booth enters his senior season with 663 rebounds and 129 steals. He is one of only four play- 
ers to rank m the school's top 15 m both steals (6th) and reboundmg (15th) entermg his senior sea- 
son. At his current career pace. Booth could become one of only two Maryland players to rank in the 
top five in both steals and rebounds for his career. 

Keith Booth is one of only four players in school history to be ranked m the top 15 m steals (6th), 
rebounds (13th) and blocked shots (15th). 

BOOTH OH THE TERPS' ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE LISTS 

Player Rebounds Steals Blocked Shots 

Derrick Lewis 948 (2nd) 137 (4th) 339 (1st) 

Albert Kmg 715 (10th) 119 (9th) 50 (T 16th) 

Johnny Rhodes 704 (11th) 344 (1st) 62 (T12) 

Keith Booth 663 (13th) 129 (6th) 53 (15th) 

Keith Booth blocked a career high 23 shots as a junior and enters his senior season with 53 career 
blocked shots. He tanks 15th on the aU-time Maryland career blocked shots list. 

BOOTH ON THE TERPS' CAREER LISTS 



Category 


Booth 


UMD Rank Next 




Steals 


129 


6th 


KevmMcLmton(136) 


Rebounds 


663 


13th 


Wm Hetzel (689) 


Blocked Shots 53 


15th 


Chris Kirwan (61) 


Scormg 


1.152 


23rd 


Larry Gibson (1,198) 


BOOTH'S 


94 GAME 


CAREER NUMBERS 






Career 


vs. ACC 


NCAA Trn. vs 


Ranked Teams 


Points/Avg 


12.3 


12.6 


11.3 


12.1 


Reb/Avg. 


7.1 


6,8 


84 


5.9 


FGPa. 


.450 


.438 


.536 


.471 


FT Pet. 


.689 


.700 


.463 


.677 


Ast./Avg. 


214/2.3 


104/2.2 


10/1.4 


56/1.9 


Blk./Avg. 


53/0.6 


24/0.5 


5/0.7 


14/0.5 


Stl./Avg. 


129/1.4 


69/1.4 


7/1.0 


39/1.3 


Min./Avg 


29.5 


31.1 


28.0 


30.3 



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"Saturday's game ver- 
sus W.C. State was a 
game that had Booth's 
name written all over it 
from the start. It wasn't 
one of those finicky 
Dean Smith games with 
sharp passes and crisp 
plays. It was a sloppy, 
emotional, free-for-all, 
all jagged edges and 
loose balls. An East 
Baltimore Special. " 
John Eisenburg 
Baltimore Sun 
January 20, 1996 

'Accepting different roles 
is never easy on a team, 
particularly an experi- 
enced team. But Keith's 
leadership has really 
shone. He set a tremen- 
dous example m prac- 
tice, which he always 
does. You never have to 
tell him to pick it up. " 
Gary Williams 
University of Md. 
January 20, 1996 

"I don 't know how many 
points or how many 
rebounds I'm going to 
get but I do know hard 
work pays oS." 
Keith Booth 
University of Md, 
February 1, 1996 

"In Charlottesville, Keith 
Booth hurt us with his 
jump shot. Here, he just 
kicked our rear ends in 
the paint. He played an 
outstanding game, " 
Jeff Jones 
University of Va. 
March 2, 1996 

"The ultimate team 
player never complained 
when asked to guard a 
man five inches taller or 
40 pounds heavier The 
ultimate team player 
never balked when bis 
job assignment was 
defense and rebound- 
ing, the unheralded jobs 
of college basketball. 
Keith Booth, Maryland's 
ultimate team player 
does the dirty work and 
the odd jobs for the 
Terps, and he does them 
happily " 
Ken Murray 
Baltimore Sun 
March 11, 1996 

"Keith has done what 
you Uke to see players 
do, which is get better 
every year. He's been a 
program player He's 
been vnlhng to play 
defense, rebound, play 
bigger people and play 
out of position some- 
times to make us a 
good team. " 
Gary Williams 
University of Md. 
March 11. 1996 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



KEITH BOOTH'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



KEITH BOOTH'S 1993-94 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game 


S 


FG-FGA3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Game 


S FG-FGA 3pt-3plA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Kentucky 


s 


2-6 


0-0 


7-8 


11 


2-4 


5 


2 


1 


1 


1 


24 


aeorgetown 


S 


2-5 


0-0 


8-13 


12 


1-5 


4 


3 


5 





2 


39 


Towson State 


s 


2-9 


0-0 


7-8 


11 


2-9 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


35 


Cornell 


S 


1-2 


0-0 


0-4 


2 


2-4 


5 


6 


3 





2 


19 


Massachusetts 


s 


4-6 


0-0 


3-4 


11 


3-4 


4 


2 


3 


2 


5 


34 


Rider 


S 


5-15 


1-2 


4-4 


15 


3-7 


4 


6 


4 








19 


Geo. Washington 


s 


3-11 


1-3 


5-6 


12 


2-3 


4 


4 


2 








29 


[MBC 


S 


5-11 


0-0 


4-4 


14 


6-11 


1 


5 


5 


3 


4 


28 


Howard 


s 


3-12 


0-4 


4-6 


10 


1-8 


4 


3 


5 





2 


23 


iJorgan State 


S 


2-8 


0-2 


7-10 


11 


4-9 


4 


1 


7 








30 


UCLA 


s 


1-12 


0-0 


4-6 


6 


5-6 


3 


1 


2 





1 


33 


Oklahoma 


S 


5-9 


0-0 


2-2 


12 


4-7 


5 





5 


1 


2 


25 


Rider 


s 


6-11 


0-1 


3-6 


15 


5-9 


2 


2 


4 


1 


3 


35 


Towson State 


S 


5-7 


1-1 


7-8 


18 


1-6 


1 


4 


5 





5 


29 


Amencan 


s 


6-8 


0-0 


4-5 


14 


6-12 


4 


6 


5 


1 





27 


Hofstra 


S 


5-8 


0-0 


4-6 


14 


3-4 


3 


2 


2 





3 


26 


Md.-Eastem Sh. 


s 


7-14 


0-0 


1-1 


15 


2-14 


3 


3 


4 


1 


4 


26 


Massachusetts 


S 


0-5 


0-0 


2-3 


2 


1-6 


5 


3 


4 


2 





20 


Georgia Tech 


s 


3-14 


2-4 


5-6 


13 


5-10 


5 


1 


3 


3 


2 


33 


Georgia Tech 


S 


6-9 


0-0 


2-5 


14 


3-11 


4 


4 


4 





3 


29 


North Caiohna 


s 


4-12 


1-2 


6-7 


15 


1-5 


4 


4 


3 





1 


37 


North Carolma 


S 


4-13 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


3-4 


4 





2 





1 


32 


Wake Forest 


s 


4-10 


0-0 


8-9 


16 


4-6 


5 


1 


4 





1 


32 


Flonda State 


S 


4-10 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


4-6 


5 


1 


4 





1 


33 


Del. State 


s 


4-7 


0-0 


7-8 


15 


3-5 


2 


5 


3 


1 


.0 


25 


Wake Forest 


S 


2-6 


1-2 


1-2 


6 


2-6 


2 











2 


32 


N.C. State 


s 


5-10 


0-0 


4-5 


14 


4-14 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


43 


N.C State 


S 


4-9 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


2-8 


4 


3 


3 


2 





21 


Clemson 


s 


4-8 


0-1 


9-12 


17 


1-5 


2 


3 


5 





1 


37 


Clemson 


S 


6-10 


1-1 


2-4 


15 


2-7 


3 


2 


2 





4 


31 


Duke 


s 


5-12 


0-0 


5-8 


15 


4-11 


2 


2 


5 





1 


34 


Duke 


S 


4-10 


1-2 


0-0 


9 


1-3 


5 





2 





1 


25 


Virginia 


s 


9-16 


1-2 


8-10 


27 


2-16 


3 


5 


4 








38 


Vugmia 


S 


3-10 


1-3 


2-4 


9 


4-10 


4 


2 


5 


1 





24 


Georgia Tech 


s 


6-12 


0-1 


3-4 


15 


4-8 


3 


3 


2 


1 


1 


37 


Georgia Tech 


S 


6-9 


2-3 


3-6 


17 


1-1 


4 


3 


1 


1 





33 


North Carolina 


s 


3-8 


0-2 


6-8 


12 


3-9 


2 


2 


1 


1 





35 


North Carohna 


S 


4-7 


1-1 


2-5 


11 


1-5 


3 


2 


3 








28 


Flonda State 


s 


3-5 


0-1 


11-14 


17 


3-5 


2 


1 


3 





2 


33 


Flonda State 


S 


2-8 


0-0 


11-14 


15 


3-11 


4 


3 


6 





2 


37 


Wake Forest 


s 


5-15 


0-4 


6-7 


16 


0-2 


5 


1 


4 





2 


30 


Wake Forest 


S 


4-9 


0-1 


0-2 


8 


1-4 


3 


2 


2 





2 


29 


Missoun 


s 


6-9 


0-0 


1-3 


13 


2-7 


5 


1 


1 





2 


30 


joyola 


S 


4-4 


1-1 


0-1 


9 


1-3 


4 


1 


6 





1 


16 


N.C. State 


s 


7-16 


0-1 


3-5 


17 


0-7 


4 


5 


2 








32 


N.C. State 


S 


2-7 


0-1 


1-4 


5 


2-7 


3 


4 


4 





2 


31 


Clemson 


s 


5-15 


1-3 


6-7 


16 


3-7 


2 





3 


1 





38 


Clemson 


S 


2-7 


0-1 


2-4 


6 


3-6 


4 


3 


5 





1 


37 


Duke 


s 


5-11 


0-0 


8-10 


18 


5-11 


4 


2 


3 


1 


2 


30 


Duke 


s 


4-7 


1-1 


0-1 


9 


1-3 


3 





1 





1 


26 


Virginia 


s 


10-14 


0-0 


9-12 


29 


2-10 


1 


2 


1 





3 


31 


Virginia 


s 


5-13 


0-1 


5-5 


15 


1-3 


2 


1 


2 


1 


3 


31 


Florida State 


s 


6-12 


1-1 


6-9 


19 


2-9 


4 


2 


2 


2 


1 


27 


Virgmia (ACC) 


s 


2-9 


0-2 


4-6 


8 


3-7 


3 


2 


8 


3 





35 


Duke (ACC) 


s 


2-4 


0-0 


5-5 


9 


2-7 


4 





3 


1 





24 


St. Louis (NCAA) 


s 


4-7 


0-0 


3-7 


11 


1-3 


3 


1 


2 





1 


34 


Ga. Tech (ACC) 


s 


13-20 


0-2 


7-9 


33 


3-7 


3 





1 





1 


33 


Mass. (NCAA) 


s 


4-4 


0-0 


6-10 


14 


4-7 


4 


1 


4 


2 





25 


Santa CI. (NCAA) 


S 2-9 
S 1994-95 


0-2 
GAME 


2-6 6 2-3 4 
BY GAME STATISTICS 


3 


6 


1 





25 


Michigan (NCAA) 


s 


7-11 


0-0 


3-11 


17 


3-9 


6 





2 


1 


2 


29 


KEITH BOOTH' 


"^T^ir 


~l 


^H 


^^P 










^^ 


^ 


"^ll 


1 




Game 


S 


FG-FGA3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Jm-'i 


1 


^E 


idK 


'^v 


» 










i 


1 




Chammade 


S 


8-11 


0-0 


0-1 


16 


1-4 


2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


33 


Wi^:. 


1 


^K 


^H 




W ' 




■ 


Hfe 




A 


I 




Utah 


s 


0-2 


0-0 


6-14 


6 


0-6 


4 


2 


3 


1 





35 


^ 


PH 


^H 


Hi 


V 




■ 


K 




m 


I 




Anzona State 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


2-8 


2 


5 


3 





3 


34 


^>^— 


f 


^1 


HE 


^V 


Am 




P 


^ 


^ 


■ 


I 




Loyola 


s 


4-10 


0-1 


8-10 


16 


5-7 


3 


2 


4 





2 


25 


'»!^iW^'-^ 


1^1 


IP* 


^4^ 


H 




1 




i 


P 


■ 




Bucknell 


s 


5-9 


0-0 


4-9 


14 


3-10 


1 


5 


2 





1 


25 


\V I AV Mb'','' 


m 


^H 


w 




^B 




K> 


A 


I 


r^ 


^\ 




UMBC 


s 


5-10 


0-1 


6-7 


16 


2-5 


3 


1 


5 


1 


1 


28 


^)wK.^^j 


^ 


^H 


\ 


fi 


■ 






^1 


I 


1 


,<^ 




Colgate 


s 


6-16 


0-0 


3-3 


15 


4-9 


2 


1 


4 








21 


A>'v'-iVj 


■ 


^H 


% 


M 


fl 




A 


^1 


i 


>^ 


/a ■ 


Massachusetts 


s 


0-6 


0-1 


6-8 


6 


6-12 


5 


3 


4 





1 


30 




s 


^Jk 




A 

" 


V 




A 


^1 


^ 


-a 


\£'m 


Towson State 


s 


6-9 


0-1 


6-7 


18 


0-9 





5 


1 





1 


24 




m 


m 






. 




^ 


^r 






^■•■■1 




Morgan State 


s 


3-4 


0-0 


5-8 


11 


2-9 


3 


1 


2 


2 


2 


19 




3 










n 


■ 










La Salle 


s 


7-3 


0-0 


4-5 


18 


1-3 


3 


2 


5 








24 


l^^^^^^^^l 


^ 


■ 






' 


i^^H 


■ 


^^ 


J 


.■ t 


^.. 




Amencan 


s 


4-7 


0-0 


0-1 


8 


1-6 


5 


5 


2 





1 


26 


^^H 


m 




j 


V < 




) 11 


^ 


m 


fA 


■ 


I 




Georgia Tech 


s 


5-9 


0-2 


4-4 


14 


2-3 


1 


4 


4 


1 


5 


32 


\ \ ^H 


K 





^__J 


wi^"-^ 




^ 


s 


A 


■ 


I 




North CaroHna 


s 


7-10 


0-0 


1-3 


15 


3-4 


5 





5 





2 


29 


L 1 ^1 


■ 


to 


Bra 




y' 






hh 


1 


■ 


I 




Florida State 


s 


1-8 


0-1 


3-6 


5 


2-5 


4 


1 


2 





2 


32 


\ I ^H 


■ 


■ 


M 


^H' 




r^ 


'>. J 


H| 


I 


■ 


I 




Wake Forest 


s 
s 


2-5 
3-7 


0-0 
0-0 


0-1 
0-1 


4 
6 


1-5 
4-12 


2 
3 


5 
5 


3 

1 


1 




1 



32 
29 


1 1 M 


■ 


■ 


^Sk 






1 


B 


1 


■ 


1 




N.C. State 




























Clemson 


s 


24 


1-1 


4-6 


9 


2-6 


3 


2 


4 





2 


30 




























Duke 


s 


7-16 


1-1 


7-9 


22 


2-9 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


33 


CAREER HIGHS 


























Virginia 


s 


7-10 


0-1 


M 


15 


2-5 


4 


2 


1 


1 





31 


PTS 33 


vs 


Georgia Tech (3-9-96 


















Georgia Tech 


s 


4-4 


0-0 


7-8 


15 


1-7 


4 


4 


4 








33 


FGM 13 


vs 


Georgia Tech (3-9-96 


















North CaioMna 


s 


5-14 


0-2 


3-4 


13 


1-5 


4 


2 


4 





2 


25 


FGA 20 


vs 


Georgia Tech (3-9-96 


















Flonda State 


s 


3-7 


0-1 


5-6 


11 


2-4 


1 


2 


2 


1 


4 


31 


FG% 1.00(4-4) vs. three teams (last vs 


. Georgia Tech, 2-4-95) 








Wake Forest 


s 


2-10 


0-3 


3-4 


7 


1-6 


4 





5 





2 


28 


3FGM 2 


vs 


Georgia Tech (2-5-94 


















Cmcuinati 


s 


0-5 


0-0 


0-0 





2-7 


4 


1 


4 








22 


3FGA 4 


vs 


three teams (last vs. 


Wake Forest, 2-15-96) 








N.C. State 


s 


3-8 


0-0 


5-5 


11 


6-10 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


29 


3FG% 1.00 


vs 


seven teams (last vs. 


Florida State, 3-4-96) 








Clemson 


s 


3-6 


0-1 


5-8 


11 


4-9 


4 


3 


1 





2 


26 


FTM 11 


at Florida State (2-10-96) 


















Duke 


s 


1-6 


0-0 


1-4 


3 


1-4 


5 


2 


2 








26 




at Flonda State (2-12-94) 


















Virginia 


s 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


0-3 


3 





3 





1 


20 


FTA 14 


vs 


three teams (last at Florida State 


2-15-96 










Flonda St. (ACC) 


s 


2-9 


0-1 


9-10 


13 


6-10 


4 





4 


1 





26 


FT% 1.00 


vs 


seven teams 


(last vs. 


Duke, 3-8-96) 












N. CaroMna (ACC) 


s 


3-12 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


4-8 


4 


1 


1 








28 


OR 9 


vs 


Gonzaga (3-16-95) 


















Gonzaga (NCAA) 


s 


4-10 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


9-15 


3 


2 


1 





1 


26 


DR 14 


at Virgmia (2-1-96) 


















Texas (NCAA) 


s 


5-6 


0-0 


2-2 


12 


4-11 


4 





3 





2 


28 


REBS 16 


at 


Virginia (2-1-96) 


















Conn. (NCAA) 


s 


4-9 


0-2 


2-3 


10 


3-11 


2 


3 


6 


1 


1 


30 


AST 6 


vs 


three teams (last vs. 


American, 12-23-95) 




































BLK 4 


vs 


N.C. 


state (1-20-96) 












































STL 5 


vs 


three teams (last vs. 


(Aassachusetts, 


12-2-95) 


































MIN 43 


vs 


NO 


State (1-20-96) 












































MISCELLANEOUS CAREER BESTS 
















































1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 


Career 






























Double Figure Scoring 




16 




21 




27 






64 
































Games Led UM In Scoring 


2 




7 




8 






17 
































Games Led UM In Reboundmg 2 




2 




16 






20 
































Doubles/Doubles (Pts. 


'Rebs.) 3 




5 




8 






16 
































Double Figure Reb. Games 


4 




8 




8 






20 
































Games With 15-^ I 


^omt 


s 


7 




10 




17 






34 







28 



Obmna EKEZIE 





ALL GAMES 






















Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 30-18 51-108-472 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

33-60-550 


Pts-Avg 

135-45 


OREB DReb Reb-Avg 

47 64 111-3,7 


PF-DQ 

78-3 


Asst TO 

10 39 


BIk 

20 


StI 

13 


Min 

483 


Career 30-18 5M08-.472 
ACC STATISTICS 


O-O-.OOO 


33-60-.550 


135-4.5 


47 64 


111-3.7 


78-3 


10 39 


20 


13 


463 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 16-12 25-56-446 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

13-26-500 


Pts-Avg 

63-39 


REB D Reb 

21 27 


Reb-Avg 

48-3,0 


PF-DQ 

40-1 


Asst TO 

4 13 


Blk 

8 


Stl 

6 


Min 

261 


Career 16-12 25-56.446 O-O-.OOO 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


13-26-.500 


63-3.9 


21 27 


48-3.0 


40-1 


4 13 


8 


6 


251 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 1-1 2-2-l,00 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 


Pts-Avg 

4-4.0 


REB D Reb 

2 3 


Reb-Avg 

5-5.0 


PF-DG 

6-1 


Asst TO 

2 


Blk 




Stl 

2 


Min 
19 



Career 1-1 



2-21.00 



O-O-.OOO 



O-O-.OOO 



4-4.0 



5-5.0 



5-1 



19 



ON EKEZIE: An Honorable Mention All- 
ACC Freshman Team selection who 
returns as Maryland's starting center... 
Started 18 games as a freshman and 
performed very well versus the top cen- 
ters in the ACC and the nation... May 
have been at his best as he limited 
Todd Fuller, N.C. State's unanimous 
First Team All-ACC selection, to eight 
points (11 below his season average) on 
January 20, 1996... His 20 blocked shots 
was the sixth best single season effort 
by a Maryland freshman in school histo- 
ry... Chose the University of Maryland 
not only to compete at the highest level 
of college basketball, but also to take a 
challenging IBM business and engineer- 
ing course... Maryland is one of nine 
institutions in the country that offers 
the computer engineering business 
degree that he is seeking... His father, 
Obi Ekezie, is a petroleum engineer in 
Nigeria... His physical stature runs in his 
family... Despite his father standing only 
5'6", his mom stands 5'H" and his 
grandfather on his mother's side is 
6'9 "...Patterns his game after Hakeem 
Olajuwon of the Houston Rockets... 
Depends on his foot speed for his quick- 
ness... Has a soccer background which 
has helped him develop his defensive 



Obinna Ralph Ekezie 

Forward/Center 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-10 Wt. 260 

High School: Worcester Academy, 
Boston, Mass. (Tom Blackburn) 

Birthdate: August 22, 1975 
(Port Harcourt, Nigeria) 




skills... As a Freshman: An Honorable 
Mention All-ACC Freshman Team selec- 
tion as he played in all 30 Terp games 
while starting 18... Scored in double fig- 
ures twice, 16 versus Delaware State 
and 12 versus N.C. State, in back-to- 
back games... Averaged 14 points, nine 
rebounds and 3.5 blocked shots during 
the two game stretch... Grabbed a 
career high 11 rebounds versus No. 18 
Clemson on January 24... His three- 
game total of 29 rebounds, Delaware 
State (Jan. 17) , N.C. State (Jan. 20) and 
Clemson (Jan. 24) gave him a per game 
average of 9.7, the highest three-game 
average during his inaugural season... 
Grabbed seven or more rebounds in 
eight different games... Gained his first 
collegiate start in only his sixth career 
game, versus UCLA in the Wooden 
Classic, scoring three and grabbing nine 
rebounds... Played well versus 1996 



29 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



OBINNA EKEZIE' 


3 STATISTICS VS. ACC TEAMS 






















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Prt. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO Blk Stl Min 


Clemson 


2-2 


2-3- 


.667 


0-0- 


.000 


2-3- 


.667 


6-3.0 


3 


9 


12-6.0 


6-0 













43 


Duke 


3-3 


4-14-.286 


0-0- 


.000 


4-10 


-.400 


12^.0 


6 


5 


11-3.7 


9-1 


1 


5 




2 


45 


Florida State 


2-1 


0-1- 


.000 


0-0- 


.000 


1-2- 


.500 


1-0.5 








0-0.0 


6-0 





1 







23 


Georgia Tech 


3-2 


3-9- 


.333 


0-0- 


.000 


2-3- 


667 


8-27 


1 


1 


2-0.7 


7-0 


2 


1 




2 


35 


North Carolina 


2-1 


5-9- 


.556 


0-0- 


.000 


0-1- 


.000 


10-5.0 


3 


3 


6-3.0 


6-0 













32 


N.C, State 


2-2 


4-15 


-267 


0-0- 


.000 


4-6- 


667 


12-6.0 


5 


6 


11-5.5 


5-0 





1 




1 


36 


Virginia 


2-2 


5-6- 


,833 


0-0- 


.000 


1-1- 


1.00 


11-6.5 


1 


2 


3-1.5 


2-0 





2 




1 


32 


Wake Forest 


2-1 


4-6- 


667 


0-0- 


000 


1-2- 


.500 


9-4.5 


4 


3 


7-3.5 


4-0 





2 








31 



NCAA National Champion Kentucky in 
the Terps' season opener, scoring six 
points with four rebounds and two 
blocked shots in 20 minutes of play... A 
strong three-game performance came 
versus Rider (four points, eight 
rebounds), American (seven points, 
seven rebounds) and Maryland Eastern 
Shore (six points, seven rebounds) from 
December 12-28... Averaged 5.7 points 
and 7.3 rebounds during the stretch, 
one of four three game winning streaks 
for the Terps during the season... 
Highest scoring game on the road was 
nine points as the Terps won at 
Virginia... Blocked 20 shots, the sixth 
best single season total by a Maryland 
freshman... Blocked a career high four 
shots versus N.C. State on January 
20... Blocked three or more shots three 
times, three versus American, three ver- 
sus Delaware State and four versus N.C. 
State... Had multiple blocked shots in 
four outings... A career high five field 
goals came versus Delaware State... 
Field goal perfection came versus seven 
teams with three-for-three each versus 
George Washington and Howard... Made 
a career high six free throws versus 
Delaware State and four versus N.C. 
State and Duke... At Worcester 
Academy: Considered by recruiting 
experts to be among the top three post 
players in the eastern part of the United 
States his senior season... Caught the 
eyes of Division 1 recruiters with his 
size, strength and rebounding skills as 
his senior season progressed... 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 min- 
utes 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 perfect 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... Worked during his 
senior season on perfecting his low post 
moves and developing a hook shot... 
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... Personal: Born August 22, 
1975... Full name is Obinna Ralph 
Ekezie. 



yumm. GAMES 



■ Ekezie scored 12 points, had nine 
rebounds, four blocked shots and one 
steal as Maryland defeated N.C. State, 
77-74, in overtime on January 20, 1996. 
He helped hmit Todd Fuller, a unani- 
mous First-Team AU-ACC selection 
and first round selection of the Golden 
State Warriors, to eight points which 
was 11 points below his season 
average. 

■ Ekezie scored a career high 16 
points, had nine rebounds and three 
blocked shots as the Terps defeated 
Delaware State, 118-55, on January 
17, 1996. 




30 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 




OBINNA EKEZIE'S 1996-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game 


S 


FG-FGA3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PIS 


ORTR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Elk Stl 


MiB 


Kentucky 




2-7 


0-0 


2-5 


6 


1-4 


3 


1 


1 


2 


1 


20 


Towson State 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








2 








5 


Massachusetts 




1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


1 





1 








4 


Geo. Washington 




3-3 


0-0 


2-2 


8 


2-2 


3 





3 








16 


Howard 




3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-6 


2 





1 








16 


UCLA 


S 


0-6 


0-0 


3-6 


3 


5-9 


3 





1 


1 


1 


20 


Rider 




1-4 


0-0 


2-5 


4 


3-8 


4 





4 


1 





20 


Amencan 




2-2 


0-0 


3-5 


7 


0-7 


5 





2 


3 





12 


Md. Eastern Sh. 




3-5 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-7 


3 





1 


1 





17 


Georgia Tech 




0-C 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 


2 














3 


North Carolina 




2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-4 


4 














16 


Wake Forest 




1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


2 














6 


Del. State 


s 


5-8 


0-0 


6-9 


16 


5-9 


2 


2 





3 


2 


24 


N.C. State 


s 


4-13 


0-0 


4-6 


12 


5-9 


3 








4 




27 


Clemson 


s 


2-3 


0-0 


2-3 


6 


3-11 


2 


3 


5 







31 


Duke 


s 


2-8 


0-0 


0-2 


4 


2-2 


5 





1 







16 


Virginia 


s 


M 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 


2 





1 







13 


Georgia Tech 


s 


2-7 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-1 


3 


1 





1 




19 


North Caiolma 


s 


3-4 


0-0 


0-1 


6 


1-2 


2 








1 





16 


Flonda State 


s 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


4 














9 


Wake Forest 


s 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


4-7 


2 





2 








26 


Missouri 


s 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-2 


3 


1 


4 








14 


N.C. State 


s 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


2 





1 








9 


Clemson 


s 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


3 














12 


Duke 


s 


1-1 


0-0 


4-8 


6 


2-5 


2 





1 





1 


16 


Vugiiua 


s 


4-5 


0-0 


M 


9 


1-2 








1 


1 





19 


Florida State 




0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 


2 





1 


1 





14 


Duke (ACC) 


s 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-4 


2 


1 


3 


1 





13 


Ga. Tech (ACC) 


s 


1-2 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-0 


2 


1 


1 





1 


13 


Santa CI. (NCAA) 


s 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-5 


5 





2 





2 


19 



CAREER 


HIGHS 




PTS 


16 


vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 


FGM 


5 


vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 


FGA 


13 


vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) 


FG% 


1,00 


vs. seven teams (last vs. Duke. 2-28-96) 


FTM 


6 


vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 


FTA 


9 


vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. three teams (last vs. Geor0a Tech. 3-9-96) 


OR 


5 


vs. three teams (last vs. N.C. State, 1-20-96) 


DR 


8 


vs. Clemson (1-24-96) 


REBS 


11 


vs. Clemson (1-24-96) 


AST 


3 


vs. Clemson (1-24-96) 


ELK 


4 


vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) 


STL 


2 


vs. Santa Clara (3-15-96) 
vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 


MIN 


31 


vs. Clemson (1-24-96) 




31 



Rodney ELLIOTT 




^T 




1 

\ 



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ALL GAMES 
























Year G-GS 

1995-96 29-6 
1994-95 30-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

58-116-.600 
14-28--500 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

8-24-.333 
1-5-200 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

18-26-.692 
14-27-519 


Pts-Avg 

142-4.9 
43-14 


OREB DReb Reb-Avg 

38 53 91-3-1 
18 28 46-1.5 


PF-DQ 

51-1 
34-0 


Asst TO 
11 23 
13 13 


BIk 

7 
5 


StI 

10 
7 


Min 
388 
166 


Career 59-6 72-144-.500 
ACC STATISTICS 


9-29-. 310 


32-53-.604 


185-3.1 


56 81 


137-2.3 


85-1 


24 36 


12 


17 


554 


Year G-GS 

1995-96 15-3 
1994-95 14-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

22-42-524 
3-7-429 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

2-7-286 
1-2-500 


FT-FTA-Prt. 
0-1-000 
3-6-500 


Pts-Avg 

46-3.1 
10-0.7 


OREB DReb 

8 11 
4 13 


Reb-Avg 

19-1.3 
17-1.2 


PF-DO 

17-0 
10-0 


Asst TO 

2 3 
4 1 


Blk 

1 
1 


Stl 

4 
2 


Min 

157 
57 


Career 29-3 25-49.510 3-9-.333 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


3-7-.429 


56-1.9 


12 24 


36-1.2 


27-0 


6 4 


2 


6 


214 


Year G-GS 

1996-96 1-0 
1994-95 2-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

5-9--556 
3-4- 750 


3pt-3ptA-Pa 
1-3-333 
O-O-.OOO 


FT-FTA-Prt. 
2-2-1.00 
3-4-750 


Pts-Avg 

13-13 
9-4 5 


REB D Reb 

4 2 
2 


Reb-Avg 

6-6.0 
2-1.0 


PF-DQ 

3-0 
0-0 


Asst TO 

1 1 

1 


Blk 

1 



Stl 





Min 

20 

9 



Career 3-0 



8-13-.615 



1-3.333 



5-6.833 



22-7.3 



8-2.7 



3-0 



1 29 



ON ELLIOTT: One of the top returning 
power players in the ACC who, in his 
first two years, has displayed a pen- 
chant for playing big in big games... 
Worked extremely hard during his first 
two seasons as an underclassmen and 
will be a major contributor to this sea- 
son's rotation... Started six games as a 
sophomore and should earn increased 
starting assignments this season. ..Is 
one of the most consistent Terps during 
the day-to-day practice schedule which 
merits him increased playing time. ..His 
increased physical strength, confidence 
and flourishing on-court abilities during 
his first two years at Maryland may be 
the direct result of concentrating exclu- 
sively on basketball... Is among the most 
productive Terps in terms of points per 
minute with a 0.37 PPM average for his 
career.. .As a Sophomore: Enjoyed his 
best season as he averaged a career 
high 4.9 pomts and a career high 3.1 
rebounds per game. ..Played a career 
high 13.4 minutes per game and played 
his most impressive minutes when the 
Terps needed him the most... Played 
more than twice as many minutes as a 
sophomore (388) than he played as a 
freshman (166) and improved in every 



Rodney Elliott 

Forward 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-8 Wt. 220 

High School: Dunbar, Baltimore, 
Maryland (Pete Pompey) 

Birthdate: March 6, 1974 
(Baltimore, Maryland) 

32 



statistical category... Estabhshed career 
highs for field goals made (58), field 
goals attempted (116), three-point shots 
made (8), three-point shots attempted 
(24), three-point percentage (.333), free 
throws made (18), free throw percent- 
age (.692), points (142), points per game 
(4.9), rebounds (91), rebounds per game 
(3.1), blocks (7) and steals (10)... 
Averaged 7.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in 
Maryland's three post-season games in 
1995-96 with strong outings commg ver- 
sus Duke in the ACC Tournament (10 
points/8 rebounds) and versus Santa 
Clara in the NCAA Tournament (13 
points/6 rebounds).. .Marked the second 
consecutive NCAA Tournament that 
Elliott had been a shmmg star... He 
scored 13 points on five-of-nine shoot- 
ing from the field, one-of-three from 
three point range and was a perfect 




MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



two-of-two from the free throw line ver- 
sus Santa Clara... Also played well ver- 
sus Duke m the ACC Tournament with 
10 points and eight rebounds in 20 min- 
utes of play... Was the Terps' fifth lead- 
ing scorer and fourth leading rebounder 
during post season play... An important 
two-game stretch in mid-February saw 
Elliott score 28 points m 28 minutes of 
play m helping the Terps defeat 
Missouri at home and N.C. State on the 
road... Scored five first half points (all 
consecutively) versus the Tigers allow- 
ing the Terps to stretch a five-point lead 
into a 12-point half-time lead. ..Scored 10 
second half points, including three noth- 
ing but the bottom of the net three- 
pointers, to help Maryland to the huge 
non-conference win which helped solidi- 
fy the Terps' third consecutive NCAA 
Tournament invitation... Scored a career 
high three shots from beyond the three- 
point arc... Scored 13 pomts m 15 min- 
utes of play versus N.C. State in the 
Terps' next game leading Maryland to 
its third victory in the last four years in 
Raleigh... Scored on a perfect six-of-six 
shots from the field, including his fourth 
consecutive three-point shot attempt... 
Also drew the biggest charge of the 
season with 12.8 seconds remaining m 
that game and the Terps up by one, 85- 
84... The WoUpack gained possession of 
the ball under the Terps' basket after a 
Maryland time-out and gained a two-on- 
one break for the go-ahead basket... 
Elliott drew a charge call against Al 
Pinkens saying later: "I tried to play the 
best two-on-one defense 1 could play. Al 
Pinkens kept coming. I knew if I could 
get my feet planted, 1 could get the 
charge. "...Keith Booth, a former high 
school teanmiate of Elliott's hit one free 
throw with 9.3 seconds remaining and 
the Terps thwarted a last second N.C. 
State challenge to win the game, 86- 
84... Scored what turned out to be the 
game winning basket in that game ver- 
sus N.C. State, a three-pointer which 
gave Maryland a 33-31 lead with 4; 45 
remaining in the first half.. .N.C. State 
never regained the lead after that buck- 
et... Started six consecutive games, 
December 13 through January 13... 
Averaged 8.3 points and 4.7 rebounds in 
those six starts... Scored a career high 15 
points versus Rider on December 13 in 
his first career start... Would later tie 
that career best with 15 versus Missouri 
and scored in double figures a career 
best seven times as a sophomore... 
Scored 13 points on five-of-eight shoot- 
ing from the field in only 19 minutes of 
play versus UCLA in the John R. 




Wooden Classic. ..Grabbed a season and 
career high eight rebounds four times 
during the season. ..Career high 
rebounds came in back-to-back games 
versus George Washington and Howard, 
versus Maryland-Eastern Shore and ver- 
sus Duke m the ACC Tournament quar- 
terfinals. ..Hauled in a career high seven 
offensive rebounds versus Howard... A 
career high three steals came versus 
UCLA and three assists came in the 
season opener versus 1996 NCAA 
National Champion Kentucky... Hit at 
least half of his field goal attempts in 14 
of 26 games during which he attempted 
a shot. ..Closed the season by hitting his 
final eight free throws (1.00 percent) 
and 22 of his last 40 (55.0 percent) shots 
from the field.. .As a Freshman: Saved 



tre GAMES 



■ Elliott scored nine points and 
grabbed two rebounds in seven min- 
utes as the Terps defeated Gonzaga, 
87-63, in the first round of the NCAA 
Tournament on March 16, 1995. His 
play was incredibly significant as he 
filled in for Ail-American Joe Smith 
who scored nine points in a foul- 
plagued 24 minutes. 

■ Elliott scored 15 points, had three 
rebounds and one assist in the Terps' 
91-79 victory over Missouri on 
February 18, 1996. He shot six of seven 
from the field and was a perfect three 
of three from the three-point line. 



his best for the most important part of 
the season as he scored nine points and 
grabbed two rebounds in helpmg lift 
Maryland past Gonzaga, 87-63, m the 
first round of the NCAA Tournament... 
Stepped up his game in the second half 
versus 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 help 
extend the Terps' lead from eight pomts 
to 21... In the spree, EUiott 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 fol- 
lowing 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 sit- 
ting on the bench. We didn't allow N.C. 
State to make a run, which most people, 
including myself, thought they might 
have. "...Another strong performance 
came versus No. 1 North Carolina in 
Chapel HiU... Played well once again as 
Smith was strapped with foul trouble... 
He scored two points, grabbed two 
rebounds, dished out one assist and had 



RODNEY ELLIOTT 


■S STATISTICS VS. ACC TEAMS 




















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg ORebDRebReb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO Blk StI Min 


Clemson 


4-0 


0-1-000 


0-0-000 


0-1-000 


0-00 





2 


2-0,5 


0-0 





3 





12 


Duke 


5-0 


4-12-.333 


0-0-000 


4-5-.800 


12-2.4 


3 


8 


11-2.2 


1-0 


1 


1 





48 


Flonda State 


4-0 


2-6-.333 


0-3-.000 


1-2-500 


5-1.3 


1 


3 


4-1,0 


6-0 





1 





1 32 


Georgia Tech 


4-1 


5-ll-,455 


1-1-1.00 


0-1-000 


11-2.8 


4 


6 


10-2.5 


4-0 











35 


North Carohna 


5-1 


7-11-.636 


0-0-000 


0-0-000 


14-2.8 


3 


5 


8-1,6 


7-0 


4 


1 





3 41 


Vugirua 


4-0 


1-5-.200 


0-1-000 


0-0-000 


2-0.5 


2 


3 


5-1,3 


3-0 








1 


1 15 


Wake Forest 


4-0 


2-6-.333 


O-l-.OOO 


O-O-.OOO 


4-1.0 


1 


3 


4-1.0 


4-0 








1 


1 38 



33 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



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 in 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 
Baltimorian and Dunbar teammate Keith 
Booth in the first half of the nationally 
televised game. ..Seven points and five 
rebounds came as Maryland defeated 
Towson State at home... His career high 
of eight rebounds came versus 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 
SaUe netted him seven, six and six 
points collectively... Scored his ACC sea- 
son high of three points versus Wake 
Forest and N.C. State... Mary land was a 
perfect 10-0 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 televised national- 
ly 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 sea- 
son that saw him 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 scholarship offers began to roll 
in... Averaged 12 points, 13 rebounds 
and 5.6 assists as a senior.. .Led nation- 
ally ranked Dunbar in rebounding and 
shot 64 percent from the field.. .Showed 

CAREER HIGHS 



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 victo- 
ries, the state semifinals 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 in the cham- 
pionship clinching game... Dunbar fin- 
ished with a 23-3 record during his 



senior season... Played in the Capital 
Classic All-Star Game following his 
senior season in Cole and scored seven 
points and had eight rebounds for the 
Capital AU-Star team... The great Dunbar 
athlete was the starting quarterback for 
the football team his final three sea- 
sons. ..He threw for over 1,000 yards and 
15 touchdowns as a senior in leading 
the Poets to the State Championship 
semifinal game... Personal: Born March 
4, 1976. ..His full name is Rodney Elliott. 






mrd 



ICJ 



2) 



^m 



W0 



PTS 

FGM 

FGA 

FG% 

3FGM 

3FGA 

3FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

BLK 

STL 
MIN 



15 

7 

12 

1 00 

3 

3 

1 00 

4 

12 

1.00 

7 



3 
25 



vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. Rider (12-13-95) 

vs. Rider (12-13-95) 

vs. Rider (12-13-95) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Duke, 2-28-96) 

vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. four teams (last at N.C. State, 2-22-96) 

vs. Duke (2-28-96) 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Santa Claia, 3-15-96) 

vs. Howard (12-6-95) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Duke, 3-8-96) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Duke, 3-8-96) 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

vs. Delaware State (1 -17-96) 

vs. Rider (12-13-95) 

vs. UCLA (12-9-95) 

vs. Rider (12-13-95) 



RODNEY ELLIOTT'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game S 


FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Elk Stl 


Min 


Kentucky 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


5 


3 


1 








11 


Towson State 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-6 


2 





1 





1 


18 


Massachusetts 


1-3 


0-1 


2-4 


4 


1-2 


2 














12 


Geo. Washington 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





3-8 


2 





2 








12 


Howard 


3-5 


0-1 


0-1 


6 


7-8 


1 











1 


19 


UCLA 


5-8 


1-2 


2-4 


13 


3-7 


3 





1 





3 


19 


Rider S 


7-12 


0-3 


1-2 


15 


1-5 


4 


2 


2 


2 





25 


American S 


0-5 


0-2 


3-4 


3 


0-5 


3 





6 


1 





20 


Md. Eastern Sh, S 


4-7 


1-2 


2-1 


11 


3-8 


2 


2 








1 


21 


Georgia Tech S 


4-9 


1-1 


0-0 


9 


2-6 


2 














23 


North Carokna S 


4-5 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


2-3 


2 


1 








2 


22 


Wake Forest S 


2-4 


0-0 


0-2 


4 


0-1 


3 














20 


Delaware St. 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-3 


2 





3 


2 





14 


Clemson 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Duke 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 





1 











8 


Virguna 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Georgia Tech 


M 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 

















3 


North CaroUna 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-1 


2 





1 








6 


Florida State 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


2 














12 


Wake Forest 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 

















8 


Missouri 


6-7 


3-3 


0-0 


15 


1-3 


4 


1 


2 








13 


N.C State 


6-6 


1-1 


0-0 


13 


0-0 


2 














15 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 








1 








6 


Duke 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















10 


Virginia 


1-5 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2-3 


2 








1 


1 


9 


Florida State 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





0-1 


2 





1 





1 


11 


Duke (ACC) 


3-9 


0-0 


4-4 


10 


3-8 








1 








20 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-2 


1 














8 


Santa Clara (NCAA) 5-9 


1-3 


2-2 


13 


4-6 


3 


1 


1 


1 








19 


RODNEY ELLIOTT' 


S 1994 


95 GAME BY 


GAME STATISTICS 








Game S 


FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 


FTFTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


stl 


Min 


Chaimnade 


M 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


3 


1 











3 


Utah 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Anzona State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Loyola 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 





0-2 


2 


1 











7 


BuckneU 


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 


M 





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 


LaSaUe 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


6 


0-2 


3 





1 








5 


American 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 

















6 


North Carohna 


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 


Virgima 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 














1 


North CaroUna 


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 


Cmcuinati 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





1-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 





6 


N.C. State 


M 


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 State (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














2 


North Carolina (ACC) 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















4 


Gonzaga (NCAA) 


3-3 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


2-2 

















7 


Connecticut (NCAA) 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








1 








2 



34 



Norman FIELDS 





f1 



ALL GAMES 
























Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 10-0 2-7-286 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

1-2-500 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-2-.000 


Pts-Avg 

5-05 


OREB 

1 


DReb 

3 


Reb-Avg 

4-0 4 


PF-DQ 

0-0 


Asst TO 

1 


Blk 




Stl 




Min 

15 


CAREER 10-0 2-7-286 
ACC STATISTICS 


i-2-.5ao 


0-2.000 


5-0.5 


1 


3 


4-0.4 


0-0 


1 








15 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 3-0 0-0-,000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-0-000 


Pts-Avg 

0-00 


OREB 




DReb 




Reb-Avg 

0-00 


PF-DQ 

0-0 


Asst TO 




Blk 




stl 




Min 

3 


CAREER 3-0 O-O-.OOO O-O-.OOO 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


O-O-.OOO 


0-0.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 











3 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 1-0 O-O-.OOO 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-2-000 


Pts-Avg 

0-0 


OREB 

1 


DReb 




Reb-Avg 

1-10 


PF-DQ 

0-0 


Asst TO 




Blk 




stl 




Min 

1 



CAREER 1-0 



O-O-.OOO 



O-O-.OOO 



0-2-000 



0-0.0 



1-1.0 



0-0 



ON FIELDS: A walk-on guard who is in 
his second year with the team... Was 
the only player invited to join the 
team following a campus-wide tryout 
in November 1995... Adds depth to 
Maryland's back court and plays an 
important role on scout teams as he 
emulates the opposing team's point 
guard for the first team... As a 
Freshman: Joined the team as a walk- 
on and played in 10 games... Scored a 
career high three points versus Missouri 
in a game nationally televised by ABC 
Sports... Hit his only three-point shot 
versus the Tigers from right in front of 
the Maryland bench... Also scored two 
points versus American... Grabbed a 
career high two rebounds versus 
Maryland Eastern Shore and had one 
assist versus Delaware State... Scored 
his first career basket versus American 
in his second career game on a break- 
away lay-up as the Terps defeated 
American on December 23... Played in 
three ACC games, at Wake Forest and 
home victories over No. 25 Georgia Tech 
and Virginia... Played well versus 
Delaware State with one rebound and 
one assist in three minutes of play... 
Career high one field goal versus 
American and Missouri... Also played in 
the ACC Tournament versus Duke and 



Norman Brian Fields 

Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-0 Wt. 180 

High School: Mt. St. Michael, 
Bronx, New York (Tom Fraher) 

Birthdate: July 31, 1977 
(New York, New York) 



versus Santa Clara in the NCAA 
Tournament... A career high three min- 
utes came versus American and 
Delaware State... Maryland was 8-2 in 
games which he earned playing time 
and undefeated, 7-0, in Cole Field 
House... At Mt. St. Michael: Named to 
the New York State Championship AU- 
Tournament team as a senior as he 
helped Mt. St. Michael to the State 
Championship... Averaged 15.6 points 
during the post-season as the 
Mountaineers won the New York State 
Catholic High School Athletic 
Association Class "B" City, State and 
Federation Championships his senior 
season... The three championships were 
the first basketball championships at 
MSM of any kind since 1940... Fields 
helped the top-seeded Mountaineers 
defeat defending Class "B" Champion 
St. Peters, 59-53... Scored a career high 
20 points to lead MSM to the state 
championship victory... Fields scored the 
game winning basket in the champi- 
onship game on a three-pointer with 
2:16 remaining in the game and earned 
All-Tournament honors... In the state 
semifinal game. Fields scored 10 of his 
17 points in the fourth quarter, includ- 
ing five-of-six from the free throw line 
with less than one minute remaining, to 
key the victory over lona Prep... 
Following the state tournament. Fields 
helped MSM to the state Federation "B" 
Championship, a consolidation of state 
and city teams... Scored 10 points in the 
Ferderation Championship game, a 64- 
39 victory over Francis Lewis... After 
dropping its second game of the season 
in double-overtime In November, MSM 
reeled off 27 consecutive victories - the 
longest streak in the state during the 
1994-95 season... The Mountaineers lost 
only nine games during his three-year 
varsity career - finishing 22-3 his sopho- 
more season, 20-5 his junior year and 
24-1 his senior campaign... Personal: 
Born July 31, 1977. ..His full name is 



35 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Norman Brian Fields... Enjoys listening 
to jazz music... Was featured in the 
1994-95 edition of Who's Who in High 
School Sports. . .The Who's Who honor is 
bestowed on less than five percent of the 
sports participants in American high 
schools. . . Member of the National Honor 
Society and the Black Engineering Society. 



ire GAME 



■ Fields scored his career high of three 
points as Maryland defeated Missouri, 
91-79, on February 18, 1996. He scored 
his first three-point shot of his career 
in the contest. 



NORMAN FIELDS'S STATISTICS VS. AGO TEAMS 



Team 
Duke 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



CM3S FG-FGA-Pct. 3pt-3ptA-Pct. FT-FTA-Pct. Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg PF-DQ Asst TO Blk StI Min 



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



0-0-000 
0-0-000 
0-0-000 
0-0-000 

o-o-.ooo 



0-0-000 
0-0-000 

o-o-.ooo 

0-0-000 

o-o-.ooo 



o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 

0-<l-.000 

o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 



0-0,0 
0-0.0 
0-0,0 
0-0.0 

o-o.o 



NORMAN FIELDS'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game 

Rider 

American 

Md, Eastern Sh, 

Wake Forest 

Del. State 

Georgia Tech 

Missouri 

Virginia 

Duke (ACC) 

Santa CI, (NCAA) 



S FGFGA 3pt-3ptA 



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



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



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



PTS 

2 




3 






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



Ast TO 




0-0,0 
0-00 
0-00 
0-0,0 
0-0,0 



Blk StI 





Min 
1 
3 
2 
1 
3 



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



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 
FGM 

FGA 

FG% 

3FGM 

3FGA 

3FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

MIN 



,500 

1 
2 

500 

2 

.000 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 



vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 
vs, Amencan (12-23-95) 
vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 
vs, three teams 
(last vs, Missouri, 2-18-96) 
vs, American (12-23-95) 
vs, Missouri (2-18-96) 
vs, Missouri (2-18-96) 
vs. Missoun (2-18-96) 
vs, Missoun (2-18-96) 

vs, Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

vs, Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

vs, Md, Eastern Shore (12-28-95) 

vs, Md, Eastern Shore (12-28-95) 

vs, Delaware State (1-17-96) 

vs, American (12-23-95) 

vs, Delaware State (1-17-96) 




36 



Sarunas JASIKEVICIUS 





ALL GAMES 






























Year 

1995-96 
1994-96 


G-GS 

27-2 
29-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

38-89- 427 
29-65- 446 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

20-44-455 
14-37- 378 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

10-20-500 
17-21-810 


PtsAvg 

106-3,9 
89-3.1 


OREB 

12 
6 


DReb 

20 
13 


Reb-Avg 

32-1.2 
19-0.7 


PF-DG 

37-1 
24-1 


Asst TO 
33 21 

22 17 


Blk 


1 


Stl 

9 
10 


Min 

260 
178 


CAREER 56-2 67-154-.435 
ACC STATISTICS 


34-81.420 


27-41 


■695 


195-3.5 


18 


33 


51-0.7 


61-2 


55 


38 


1 


19 


438 


Year 

1995-96 
1994-95 


G-GS 

15-0 
15-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

16-45-.366 
6-18-333 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

10-25-400 
6-15-400 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

5-9-556 
2-2-100 


Pts-Avg 

47-3.1 
20-1.3 


OREB 

8 
2 


DReb 

7 
6 


Reb-Avg 

15-1.0 

8-05 


PF-DG 

22-1 

7-0 


Asst 

16 
6 


TO 

12 
6 


Blk 



1 


Stl 

5 
2 


Min 

139 
60 


CAREER 30-0 22-63-.349 16-40-.400 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


7-11 


.636 


67-2.2 


10 


13 


23-0.8 


29-1 


22 


18 


1 


7 


199 


Year 

1995-96 
1994-95 


G-GS 

1-0 
2-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

1-2-500 
0-2-.000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

1-1-1,00 
0-1-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-1-000 
0-0- nnn 


Pts-Avg 

3-30 
0-0 


OREB 

1 



DReb 





Reb-Avg 

MO 
0-0 


PF-DQ 

0-0 
0-0 


Asst 





TO 





Blk 





Stl 





Min 

5 











Career 3-0 



1-4-.250 



1-2-.500 



O-l-.OOO 



3-1.5 



1-0.5 



0-0 



ON JASIKEVICIUS: Pronounced Sa- 
Roon-US Yes-i-Ke-VICH-us...Has worked 
hard since his arrival in College Park 
and enters his third season with the 
chance to become one of the top three- 
point shooters in school history... Has 
already hit 34 three-point shots which is 
among the Terps' top- 15 all-time for 
number of three point shots made... His 
.420 shooting percentage makes him 
one of only four Terp players to hold a 
three-point shooting percentage above 
40 percent for his entire collegiate 
career... He joins former Terp point 
guards Keith Gatlin (.496, 56-113) , 
Teyon McCoy (.418, 132-316) and Duane 
Simpkins (.406, 130-320) as the Terps' 
all-time most accurate long range 
shooters... Led Lithuania to the 
European Under-22 Men's Championship 
during the summer of 1996... Was named 
the team MVP as he averaged 12.5 
points, five assists, four rebounds and a 
tournament leading 2.7 steals per 
game. ..Shot 58 percent from the field, 63 
percent from three-point range and 76 
percent from the free throw during the 
tournament as Lithuania's starting point 
guard... Lithuania recorded a 6-1 record to 



Sarunas Jasikevicius 

Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-4 Wt. 190 

High School: Solanco, Quarryville, 
Pennsylvania (Don Fisher) 

Birthdate: March 5, 1975 
(Kaunas, Lithuania) 

37 






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A____ 


Jl 


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"\- 




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^ 





claim the championship defeating Turkey 
in the semifinals and Spain in the cham- 
pionship game... Was an exchange stu- 
dent who came to the United States 
from Lithuania in September of 1993... 
Lithuania is located in Northeast Europe 
on the Baltic Sea and is a former 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... The Lithuanian Team finished 
fifth at the Junior World Championship 
Tournament during the summer of 
1995-the United States, featuring 
Stephon Marbury, finished in seventh 
place... Played point guard for the 
Lithuanian Team and worked on 
improving his passing, ball-handling, 
defense and conditioning... Is a close 
friend of Clemson's Andrius Jurkunas as 
the two grew up about 10 minutes from 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



SARUNAS JASIKEVICIUS'S 


STATISTICS 


VS. ACC 


TEAMS 


















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


Blk StI Min 


Clemson 


4-0 


3-9-333 


3-8-375 


4^-1.00 


13-3.3 


1 


3 


4-1.0 


1-0 


5 


5 





1 36 


Duke 


4-0 


3-7-.429 


l^-.250 


1-2-500 


8-2.0 


1 


1 


2-0.5 


1-0 


2 


3 





1 22 


Flonda State 


4-0 


2-9-.222 


1^-250 


0-1-000 


5-1.3 


1 


2 


3-0.8 


4-0 


3 


1 





18 


Georgia Tech 


4-0 


4-12-.333 


3-7-.429 


0-0-000 


11-2,8 


3 


1 


4-1.0 


4-0 


2 


1 





3 30 


North Caiobna 


5-0 


4-10-400 


2-6-333 


0-0-000 


10-2.0 





4 


4-0.8 


3-0 


3 


4 


1 


1 31 


N.C. State 


4-0 


6-14-.429 


3-4-750 


3-6-500 


18^.5 


4 


2 


6-1.5 


3-0 


5 


3 


1 


2 50 


Virginia 


3-0 


1-5-200 


1-5-200 


0-0-000 


3-1.0 








0-0.0 


3-0 


1 


1 





11 


Wake Forest 


4-0 


2-3-.667 


2-3-667 


0-0-000 


6-1,5 








0-0,0 


5-0 


3 








1 23 




each other in Lithuania... As a 
Sophomore: Enjoyed his best season as 
he averaged 3.9 points, 1.2 rebounds 
and 9.6 minutes per game... Averaged 
nearly one full point and three minutes 
playing time more than his inaugural 
collegiate season... Played m 27 games 
vtfhUe starting the first two games of his 
career... His two career starts, Rider on 
Decemberl2 and American on 
December 23, came in back-to-back 
games... Scored six points and grabbed 
a career high six rebounds versus 
Rider... followed that with a 13-point 
scoring effort in the Terps victory over 
American... A career-high six field goals 
came versus American... Averaged 11 
points, four rebounds, one steal and 20 
minutes of playing time during his two 
starts... Also shot 64.3 percent from the 
field (nine-14) during his two starts... 
Season high four assists came versus 
Delaware State and dished out three 
versus Wake Forest and at Clemson... 
The three pass-outs versus Wake and 
Clemson mark his ACC career high... 
Scored 1 1 points versus Georgia Tech 
on January 3 to mark the first time dur- 
ing his career that he had scored in dou- 
ble figures... Tied his career high of 
three three-point shots made versus the 
Yellow Jackets as the Terps mounted a 
second half comeback in their 1996 ACC 
opener... Also tied his career high with 
two steals versus the Yellow Jackets, 
both of which led directly to Maryland 
baskets and helped the Terps cut a five 
point deficit down to one in the first 
half... One steal led to a Terrell Stokes' 



mrt GAME 



■ Jasikevicius scored 15 points and 
had four rebounds in 21 minutes of 
play as the Terps defeated N.C. State, 
77-74, in overtime on January 20, 1996. 
Hit the game winning three-point bas- 
ket in overtime with 0:03 seconds 
remaining on the shot clock giving the 
Terps a lead they did not surrender. 



lay-up and just over one minute later 
another steal led to a Mario Lucas' lay- 
up... With Jasikevicius stUl on the floor, 
Maryland took a one point lead before 
surrendering it back to Tech... 
Jasikevicius stung the Jackets soon 
after with a three-pointer to put the 
Terps ahead and help the team eventu- 
ally build a SLx-pomt lead... Scored a 
season high 15 points, including five in 
overtime, to lead Maryland past N.C. 
State... It was Jasikevicius 's three-point 
basket from the top of the circle with 
the shot clock at :03 and the score tied 
at 69 that put the Terps on top to stay 
in overtime... He got the ball on a kick 
out pass from a penetrating Duane 
Simpkins...Said Jasikevicius: "I had to 
shoot it because the time clock was run- 
ning down. Duane gave me a great 
pass, I set my feet and shot. "...The ball 
sailed over a charging Jeremy Hyatt and 
hit nothing but net... Incredibly, it was 
the only field goal the Terps hit in the 
final 8:30 of the game... He hit five-of- 
nine shots from the field (including 
three-of-four from three-point range), 
coUected four rebounds, played a career 
high 21 minutes and added a much 
needed emotional spark in leading 
Maryland to its first ACC victory of the 
season... Scored six points on two-of-two 
shooting from three point range versus 
Wake Forest in Cole Field House... Both 
three-pointers versus the highly ranked 
Demon Deacons cut into Terp deficits... 
Brought the Terps to within one mid- 
way through the second half, giving the 
Terps a chance to win the game as the 
game clock wore down... Scored his first 
career NCAA Tournament three-pointer 
versus Santa Clara in the first round of 
the West Regional... As A Freshman: 
Began his career making the on-court 
announcement that he would become 



one of the Terps' aU-time best three- 
point shooters... Shot 37.8 percent from 
three-point range to place him sixth 
among the freshman leaders in the 
ACC... His 14 three-point shots was the 
fifth best effort by a Terp freshman in 
school history while his 37 three-point 
attempts is the fifth most ever by a Terp 
freshman... Enjoyed his best three-point 
shooting game of the season versus 
Towson State when he connected on a 
perfect three-of-three in the Terps' vic- 
tory m 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 versus 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 dur- 
ing the season... Scored in double fig- 
ures for the third time during the sea- 
son 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' career... 
Jasikevicius scored as crucial a three- 
point shot as was scored during the 
season with 5.5 seconds remaining m 
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 in the closing 
seconds of the game... He shot a perfect 




38 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



CAREER 


HIGHS 


























PTS 


18 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















FGM 


6 


vs 


Amencan (12-23-95) 


















FGA 


:i 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















FG% 


1.00 


vs 


four teams (last vs. Wake Forest 


2-15-96) 










3FGM 


3 


vs 


three teams (last vs. N.C. 


State, 


1-20-96) 










3FGA 


5 


at 
vs 


Georgia Tech (1-3-96) 
Clemson (1-24-96) 


















3FG% 


1.00 


vs 


six teams (last vs. Santa Clara, 3-15-96) 










FTM 


10 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















FTA 


12 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















FT% 


.833 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















OR 


3 


vs 


N.C. 


State (1-20-96) 


















DR 


4 


vs 


Rider (12-13-95) 






















vs 


N.C. 


State (1-20-96) 


















REBS 


6 


vs 


Rider (12-13-95) 


















AST 


6 


vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 
















ELK 


1 


vs 


Florida State (2-11-95 


















STL 


2 


vs 


three teams (last at Georgia Tech, 1-3-96) 










MIN 


21 


vs 


N.C. 


State (1-20-96) 


















SARUNAS JASIKEVICIUS 


'S 1995- 


96 GAME 


BY GAME 


STATISTICS 




Game 




S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk 


StI 


Mm 


Kentucky 






0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-4 


1 


2 











9 


Towson St 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 





1 








2 


Massachusetts 




3-4 


2-2 


0-0 


8 


0-0 


1 





2 








7 


Geo. Washington 




2-2 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 








6 


Howard 






\A 


1-2 


1-2 


4 


0-0 


3 


2 











10 


UCLA 






0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















3 


Rider 




S 


3-5 


0-1 


0-0 


6 


2-6 





2 


3 





1 


20 


Amencan 




S 


6-9 


1-2 


0-0 


13 


0-2 


1 


2 








1 


20 


UMES 






3-6 


2-4 


1-4 


9 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 





1 


19 


Ga. Tech 






4-9 


3-5 


0-0 


11 


2-3 


1 


1 


1 





2 


15 


N. Carolina 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 





1 


1 








3 


Wake Forest 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















4 


Del. State. 






3-8 


2-5 


1-2 


9 


0-2 


2 


4 








1 


14 


N.C. State 






5-9 


3-4 


2-4 


15 


3-4 


2 


2 


1 








21 


Clemson 






1-6 


1-5 


2-2 


5 


1-2 


1 


2 


1 





1 


17 


Duke 






2-5 


0-2 


1-2 


5 


0-1 


5 


1 


2 








16 


Virginia 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














6 


Ga. Tech 






0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 











1 


7 


N. Carolina 






1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-1 


1 














6 


Fla. State 






1-6 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


1-2 


4 


2 











8 


Wake Forest 




2-2 


2-2 


0-0 


6 


0-0 


4 


3 








1 


15 


Missoun 






0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


2 











6 


N.C. State 






0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 


1 


1 


2 








5 


Clemson 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 





3 


3 








11 


Duke 






1-1 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-0 

















3 


Virgima 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 





1 








5 


North Carolina (ACC) 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


0-0 

















4 


Gonzaga (NCAA) 




0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


Connecticut (NCAA) 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 




one-of-one from the field and a perfect 
two-of-two from the line m the win over 
the Tigers... Played an ACC high 13 min- 
utes as the Terps defeated No. 1 North 
Carolina, 86-73, in Cole Field House to 
gain one of the most memorable Terp vic- 
tories of all time. . . Jasikevicius con- 
tributed two assists, one blocked shot, 
one steal and one rebound in the victo- 
ry. . .Also played well versus the Tar Heels 
in the quarterfinal round of the ACC 
Tournament... Scored four points in the 
final 1:30 of the first half to help keep the 
Terps within a comfortable margin going 
into the break. . .Maryland recovered 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 a three-pomter 
vtfith 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 ver- 
sus Virginia in Cole Field House. . .Drilled 
a three from the right side to give the 
Terps a 53-49 lead with 8:58 remain- 
ing... 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 victo- 
ry. . .His three point shot helped give 
Maryland a three-point lead m Talla- 
hassee... Scored in double figures three 
times and played in double figure min- 
utes seven times... At Solanco: Came to 
the United States in 1993 and was a 
starter for one year at shooting guard. . .A 
First Team All-Lancaster County selec- 
tion... Averaged 20.5 points, 7.3 rebounds 
and 4.2 assists while shooting 47 percent 



from the field and 38 percent from three- 
point range... Selected as the Most 
Valuable Player of the Mid-State Round- 
ball All-Star Classic during which he 
scored 20 points... The Mid-State AU-Star 
Classic matches all-stars from Permsyl- 
vania and Maryland similar to the "Big 
33" high school football game... Named 
the MVP m the War of the Roses AU-Star 
game which pitted the top players from 
Lancaster and York counties... Guided 
Solanco to a 21-4 record and into the 
state playoffs. . . Scored season highs of 32 
points and 12 rebounds in a regular sea- 
son 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: Bom March 5, 1976... 
His full name is Sarunas Jasikevicius. 



39 



Matt KOVARIK 






ALL GAMES 






















Year GGS FGFGAPct. 


3pt-3ptAPct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


REB D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


BIk 


Stl 


Min 


1995-96 5-0 0-0- 000 


0-0-000 


2-4-500 


2-0.4 


2 2-0,4 


3-0 


3 


1 








14 


1994-95 31-1 5-16-313 


1-5-200 


11-17-.647 


22-0,7 


7 20 27-0,9 


36-0 


27 


21 


1 


6 


192 


1993-94 29-1 16-38-421 


2-8- 250 


19-24-792 


53-18 


18 23 41-1,4 


36-1 


31 


23 





16 


253 


CAREER 65-2 21-54.389 


3-13.231 


32-45.711 


77-1.2 


25 45 70-1.1 


73-1 


61 


45 


1 


22 


459 


ACC STATISTICS 






















Year G-GS FG-FGA-Prt. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


REB D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


BIk 


Stl 


Min 


1996-96 DNP-INJ 






















1994-95 13-0 1-3-333 


1-2-600 


3-4-750 


6-0.5 


3 5 8-0,5 


14-0 


9 


8 





4 


77 


1993-94 16-0 4-17- 235 


l-4-,260 


ll-15-,733 


20-1,3 


6 10 16-1,0 


17-0 


13 


9 





9 


121 


CAREER 29-0 5-20-.250 


2-6-333 


14-19-.737 


26-0.9 


9 15 24-0.8 


31-0 


22 


17 





13 


198 


NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 




















Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


REB D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


BIk 


Stl 


Min 


1995-96 DNP-INJ 






















1994-96 3-0 1-1-1.00 


0-0-000 


2-2-100 


4-13 


3 3-10 


9-0 


2 


3 








26 


1993-94 2-0 0-2-000 


0-0-000 


0-0-000 


0-00 


0-00 


2-0 


2 


1 








9 



CAREER 5-0 



1-3.333 



O-G-.DOD 



2-2-1.00 



4-0.8 



3-0.6 



11-0 



35 



ON KOVARIK: Returns to the line-up as 
one of the steadiest reserve guards in 
the ACC after a medical redshirt last 
season... Will compete m 1996-97 as a 
redshirt junior and begins this season 
with two years of eligibility remain- 
ing... His five game statistics from the 
1995-96 season do count towards his 
career statistics... Suffered a stress frac- 
ture in the tibia of his right leg during 
pre-season conditioning which did not 
heal until well into the season... The 
fracture healed satisfactorily during the 
season, but because of the threat of fur- 
ther fracture, he was advised against 
extended running and jumping... Spent 
his redshirt season learning the game 
from the perspective of the coaching 
staff and will use those experiences to 
be a leader both on and off the 
court... Joins Keith Booth as the only 
four-year members of the team... Says 
Head Coach Gary Williams: "He's really 
versatile. He's like having a great utility 
infielder."...Has the ability and versatili- 
ty to be used at both guard positions 
and the small forward spot... In two 



Matthew George Kovarik 

Shooting/Point Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-5 Wt. 195 

High School: Grimsley, Greensboro, 
North Carolina (Robm Lincks) 

Birthdate: January 24, 1975 
(Mayfield Heights, Ohio) 



career starts, Towson State as a sopho- 
more and Hofstra as a freshman, he 
averaged 15 minutes played and five 
points a game... As a Junior: Granted a 
medical redshirt after suffering a stress 
fracture of the tibia in his right 
leg... Played in five games as a reserve 
and played a total of 14 
minutes... Scored two points from the 
line versus Massachusetts on December 
2... Hit both ends of a one-and-one situa- 
tion to give the Terps a 44-43 lead with 
6:37 remaining in the game... Had three 
assists in only eight minutes of play ver- 
sus Towson State... One rebound versus 
Towson State and Massachusetts... As a 
Sophomore: A valuable and dependable 
member of the Terps' backcourt 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... 
Played a season high 16 minutes and 




40 



MARYkANDBASKETBALL 




scored a season high four points... Was 
perfect on two free throws and had one 
assist in the victory... Played well offen- 
sively versus Morgan State as he helped 
Maryland score a school record 138 
points... Against Morgan, 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 min- 
utes versus Florida State in the Terps' 
opening round victory over the 
Seminoles in the ACC Tournament... 
Scored one point on a crucial 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 hav- 
ing 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, 7 1-64... 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 



tnrc GAME 



■ Kovarik scored five points and had 
one assist as Maryland defeated Wake 
Forest, 61-58, on January 15, 1994. He 
hit a crucial three-point basket in the 
first half which ignited the Terps to 
outscore the Deacons 43-39 over the 
remainder of the game. 



from his 6.4 minutes per game season 
long average... As a Freshman: Earned 
Honorable Mention AU-ACC Freshman 
Team Honors as he averaged 1.8 points 
and 1.4 rebounds while playing in 29 
games... Started one game, Hofstra, 
while coming 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 returned 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 basket 
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 sea- 
son opener at Georgia Tech... Scored a 
lay-up 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 season... 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 sea- 
son and was 11 of 15 from the line in 
ACC competition... 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 following his senior season... Was a 
First Team All-County and First Team 
All-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 percent from three-point 
range... Led Grimsley to a 21-7 record 
his senior season 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. 




MATT KOVARIK'S 


STATISTICS VS. ACC 


TEAMS 




















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO Blk StI Min 


Clemson 


3-0 


l^-.250 


O-O-.OOO 


4-6-.667 


6-2,0 





2 


2-0.7 


2-0 





1 





1 25 


Duke 


4-0 


O-l-.OOO 


0-0-000 


2-2-1.00 


2-0,5 


1 


3 


4-1,0 


1-0 


4 


2 





23 


Florida State 


3-0 


1-2-500 


0-0-000 


1-2-.500 


3-1,0 


3 


1 


4-1.3 


1-0 


3 


4 





3 22 


Georgia Tech 


3-0 


1-1-1,00 


0-0-000 


0-1-000 


2-0,7 





1 


1-0,1 


2-0 





1 





1 11 


North Carohna 


5-0 


0-2-.000 


0-2-.000 


1-2-.500 


1-0.2 


1 


3 


4-0,8 


5-0 


5 


4 





2 22 


NO. State 


4-0 


1-3-.333 


O-O-.OOO 


1-2-.000 


3-1.0 


1 





1-0,3 


3-0 


4 


3 





2 26 


Virginia 


5-0 


0-3-000 


O-O-.OOO 


O-O-.OOO 


0-0.0 


1 


1 


2-0,4 


5-0 


4 


3 





1 32 


Wake Forest 


4-0 


1-6-.200 


1-3-.333 


5-6-.833 


8-2.0 


2 


4 


6-1.5 


4-0 


5 








4 36 



41 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



MATT KOVARIK'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game S 


FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Kentucky 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














2 


Towson State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 





0-1 


1 


3 


1 








8 


Massachusetts 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-1 

















2 


Geo. Washington 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














1 


UCLA 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


MATT KOVARIK'S 


1994-96 


GAME 


BY GAME 


STATISTICS 










Game S 


FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


Chaminade 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





0-0 





1 


1 








5 


Utah 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





1 











2 


Arizona State 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


1 





1 








3 


Loyola 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 


1 














5 


Bucknell 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-1 


3 


2 


2 





1 


12 


UMBC 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





2 











8 


Colgate 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-2 





1 


2 








9 


Massachusetts 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 





1 


1 





2 


Towson State S 


1-5 


0-2 


2-2 


4 


1-4 


2 


1 











16 


Morgan State 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


1 


1-4 


1 


4 











11 


La Salle 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-1 

















2 


Amencan 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














2 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


1 


1 








3 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


N.C, State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





2 











4 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 


1 











5 


Geor0a Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


3 





1 








9 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2 





1 








4 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1-1 


1 


2 








1 


6 


Wake Forest 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





1-2 


1 











1 


9 


Cincinnati 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


1 


2 











5 


N.C. State 


1-1 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-0 





1 


2 





2 


10 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 


1 














9 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-3 


1 


1 


2 








8 


Vttginia 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


3 


1 


1 








6 


Flonda State (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 








3 





1 


4 


North Carohna (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


2 











3 


Gonzaga (NCAA) 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 


3 





1 








11 


Texas (NCAA) 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-1 


3 


1 


2 








11 


Conneaicut (NCAA) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


3 


1 











4 


MATT KOVARIK'S 


1993-94 


GAME 


BY GAME 


STATISTICS 











Game 

Georgetown 

Cornell 

Rider 

UMBC 

Morgan State 

Oklahoma 

Towson State 

Hofstra 

Massachusetts 

Georgia Tech 

North CaioUna 

Flonda State 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Ga. Tech 

N. CaroUna 

Flonda State 

Wake Forest 

Loyola 

N.C. State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Virginia (ACC) 

St. Louis (NCAA) 

Mass. (NCAA) 



FG-FGA 

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



3pt-3ptA 

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

1-1 

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



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



PTS OR-TR 

0-0 
8 1-3 
1-1 
0-1 
2-7 
0-1 
1-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-2 
2-3 
0-1 
1-1 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
1-3 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
1-1 
1-2 
0-1 
0-0 



PF Ast TO Blk Stl Min 























1 1 

1 



2 
19 
15 

8 
20 



1 


1 
1 
1 11 

10 



14 
9 
6 
7 
12 
12 
10 
15 
6 
6 
4 
5 
4 
13 
10 
4 
1 
5 




CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 9 vs. Morgan State (12-4-93) 

FGM 3 vs. Morgan State (12-4-93) 

vs. Hofstra (12-28-93) 
FGA 5 vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

FG% 1.00 vs. eight teams (last vs. Gonzaga, 3-16-95) 

3FGM 1 vs. three teams (last vs. N.C. State, 2-22-95) 

3FGA 2 at Wake Forest (1-15-94) 

vs. Tow/son State (12-12-94) 
3FG% 1.00 vs. Massachusetts (12-29-94) 

vs. N.C. State (12-12-94) 
FTM 4 vs. CorneU (11-27-94) 

FTA 4 vs. three teams (last vs. Clemson, 1-26-94) 

FT% 1.00 vs. five teams (last vs. Massachusetts, 12-2-96) 

OR 2 vs. four teams (last vs. Texas, 3-18-95) 

DR 5 vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 

REBS 7 vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 

AST 4 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

BLK 1 vs. Massachusetts (12-20-94) 

vs. Flonda State (2-22-95) 
STL 2 vs. Wake Forest (2-16-94) 

vs. N.C. State (2-22-95) 
MIN 20 vs. Morgan State (12-4-94) 



1 11 



42 



Laron PROFIT 






ALL GAMES 


























Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 27-0 54-112-482 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

12-33-364 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

34-45-756 


Pts-Avg 

154-67 


REB D Reb 

33 41 


Reb-Avg 

74-2.7 


PF-DQ 
42-0 


Asst 

32 


TQ 

56 


BIk 

6 


StI 

40 


Min 

366 


CAREER 27-0 54-n2-.482 
ACC STATISTICS 


12-33-364 


34-45-756 


154-5.7 


33 


41 


74-2.7 


420 


32 


56 


6 


40 


366 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 14-0 28-55- 509 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

5-17-294 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

14-20- 700 


Pts-Avg 

75-54 


OREB 

10 


DReb 

15 


Reb-Avg 

25-1.8 


PF-DQ 

22-0 


Asst TO 

19 29 


Blk 

4 


Stl 

20 


Min 

186 


CAREER 14-0 28-55.509 5-17-.294 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


14-20-.700 


75-5.4 


10 


15 


25-1.8 


22-0 


19 


29 


4 


20 


186 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 1-0 4-9- 444 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

1-3-333 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-0- 000 


Pts-Avg 

9-90 


OREB 

4 


DReb 

3 


Reb-Avg 

7-7.0 


PF-DQ 

3-0 


Asst 

1 


TQ 

2 


BIk 

1 


Stl 

2 


Min 

18 



CAREER 1-0 



4-9.444 



1-3-333 



O-O-.OGO 



9-9.0 



7-7.0 



3-0 



ON PROFIT: An AU-ACC Candidate and 
an Honorable Mention AU-ACC Fresh- 
man Team selection in 1996... Has the 
athletic ability to be one of the most 
exciting players the Terps have seen in 
a number of years... Was at his best dur- 
ing a two-game stretch late in the sea- 
son as he averaged 20.5 points, four 
rebounds and 3.5 steals as Maryland 
defeated Florida State in the final regu- 
lar season game and Duke in the open- 
ing round of the ACC Tournament... 
Finished second on the team with a .482 
field goal shooting percentage and was 
third on the team with a .364 shooting 
percentage from three-point range... 
Was third on the team with 40 steals 
which is the fifth best ever single sea- 
son total by a Terp freshman... Displayed 
his incredible talent throughout the sea- 
son and promises to be an AU-Star for 
the remaining three years of his career 
in College Park... Led the United States 
to a third place finish at the 19th 
William Jones Cup International Tourn- 
ament as he averaged a team high 12.7 
points, 3.1 rebounds and a team high 
2.3 steals this past summer... The U.S. 
team, coached by Wake Forest Uni- 
versity Assistant Coach Ernie Nestor, 
finished with an 8-2 record in the round 
robin event in Taipei, Taiwan... Prof it 
scored a team high 127 points during 



Bronta Laron Profit 

Wing Guard/Quick Side Forward 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-6 Wt. 194 

High School: Caesar Rodney, 
Dover, Delaware (Jeff Savage) 

Birthdate: August 5, 1977 
(Charleston, S.C.) 




the 10 game event... He scored a person- 
al best 21 points in an 89-67 U.S. victory 
over South Korea on August 19... He 
opened the tournament with 13 points 
as the team defeated beat Korea, 95-62, 
on August 16... As a Freshman: An 
Honorable Mention All-ACC Freshman 
Team selection... Averaged 5.7 points 
and 2.7 rebounds while playing in 27 
games... His 5.7 points per game aver- 
age was the best scoring average 
among the Terp freshman in 1995-96 
and the sixth highest scoring average 
on the team... Averaged 19.5 minutes 
per game in the final 10 games of the 
season while scoring in double figures 
four times during the stretch run... He 
had averaged only 10.1 minutes per 
game and scored in double figures only 
twice in his first 17 games... Opened the 
eyes of the nation versus NCAA 
Tournament participant George 
Washington with a 10 point, six 



43 



MMYLANDBASKETBALL 



rebound, three assist performance ver- 
sus the Colonials in the second round of 
the Franklin National Bank/Children's 
Charities Classic... Played an early sea- 
son high of 19 minutes in only his third 
collegiate game versus the 
Colonials... Grabbed a career high 10 
rebounds versus Delaware State to go 
along with nine points, five assists and 
four steals... Demonstrated the abihty to 
handle the ball and direct the offense 
during an important three-game stretch, 
February 15-22, when he was asked to 
play both the point and shooting guard 
positions... Scored nine points, had five 
assists and four steals as Maryland 
defeated No. 25 Georgia Tech in Cole 
Field House on February 3... Played big 
versus No. 8 Wake Forest as he hit dou- 
ble figure scoring for the first time in his 
ACC career with 10 points and also 
dished out four assists... Was steady 
versus Missouri in 16 minutes with two 
steals and one assist... A week later, he 
scored 11 points and had five assists in 
20 minutes of playing time as the Terps 
won at N.C. State... During the three- 
game stretch the Terps shot 55.0 per- 
cent from the field (10.1 percentage 
above Maryland's season percentage), 
averaged 22.0 assists (4.4 assists above 
the Terps' season average) and only 
15.0 turnovers (five turnovers below the 
Terps' season average)... Was on fire in 
the regular season finale versus Florida 
State with a career high 22 points and 
five rebounds... Shot a torrid eight-of- 
nine from the field (88.8 percent), was a 
perfect 2-2 (1.00 percent) from three- 
point range and a stellar four-of-five 
(80.0 percent) from the free throw 
line. ..Scored seven points during a 1:36 
span as the Terps used a 10-2 run to 
recover from a 55-48 deficit to take a 58- 
57 lead which they did not relinquish... 
It was Profit's three-point shot that gave 
Maryland the lead, 58-57, and proved to 



eras 



M.re. GAMES 



■ Profit scored a career high 22 points, 
had five rebounds and three steals as 
Maryland defeated Florida State, 88-78, 
on Mcirch 4, 1996. Profit hit eight of nine 
shots from the field during the game. 

■ Profit scored 19 points, had four 
steals, three rebounds and two assists 
as Maryland defeated Duke, 82-69, in 
the quarterfinals of the ACC 
Tournament on March 8, 1996. It was 
Profit's first career ACC Tournament 
game. Profit hit four of six shots from 
three-point range during the contest. 



LARON PROFIT'S 


STATISTICS VS. ACC 


TEAMS 




















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ Asst TO Blk Stl Min 


Clemson 


1-0 


1-1-1.00 


0-0-000 


0-0-000 


2-2.0 





1 


1-1,0 


2-0 





4 





1 13 


Duke 


3-0 


7-13-.539 


5-6-833 


5-6-833 


24-8,0 


1 


7 


8-2,7 


5-0 


5 


9 


2 


6 50 


Florida State 


2-0 


8-11-727 


2^-.500 


8-11-.727 


26-13,0 


1 


4 


5-2,5 


3-0 





7 





3 35 


Georgia Tech 


3-0 


5-16-313 


1-3-.333 


4-5-800 


15-5,0 


5 


5 


10-3.3 


5-0 


7 


4 


1 


7 45 


North Carohna 


1-0 


2^-500 


O-l-.OOO 


O-O-.OOO 


4-10 








0-0,0 


1-0 





1 





9 


NO State 


2-0 


5-8-.625 


1-1-1.00 


2-2-1,00 


13-6,5 








0-0.0 


2-0 


5 


4 





1 22 


Vugirua 


2-0 


2-8-250 


0^-000 


2-3.-667 


6-3.0 


2 


3 


6-2-5 


2-0 


1 


2 


1 


1 27 


Wake Forest 


2-0 


5-11-455 


0-3-.000 


2-2-1,00 


12-6.0 


4 


2 


6-3.0 


5-0 


5 


4 


1 


7 38 



be the game winning basket... Also in 
the game, he scored seven points in a 
1 : 53 stretch of the first half that helped 
the Terps take a commanding 26-11 
lead and scored seven more points in 
the final 2 : 24 of the half, including a 
three-pointer at the buzzer, to help the 
Terps to a seven point half-time 
lead... Played like anything but a fresh- 
man in his first ACC Tournament game 
versus Duke with a team high 19 points, 
four steals and a career high 28 minutes 
as the Terps defeated the Blue Devils, 
82-69, to advance to the tournament 
semifinals for the second consecutive 
season... Continued to be hot from the 
field as he shot five-of-seven (71.4 per- 
cent) from the floor and again a perfect 
four-of-four (1.00 percent) from the 
three-point arc... The 19-point perfor- 
mance is surpassed only by former Terp 
Lawrence Boston's 22 points in the 1978 
ACC Tournament, as most points scored 
by a Terps' reserve in the ACC Tourna- 
ment... His 19 points marked the second 
consecutive game he had led the Terps 
in scoring, the first time a freshman had 
led Maryland in scoring in back-to-back 
games since Joe Smith during the 1993- 
94 season... Had nine points and seven 
rebounds versus Santa Clara in his first 
NCAA Tournament game... Averaged 
14.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists 
and 23 minutes played in his final four 
games of the season... At Caesar 
Rodney: 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... Named 
the Most Valuable Player in the 
Delaware State High School AD-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 sign- 
ing period in 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 member 
of the U.S. team in the Capital Classic 
All-Star game at Cole Field House who 
was in contention for Most Valuable 



Where Profit Ranked 






Among All ACC Freshmen 




Steals 


40 


2nd 


3-Point FG 


12-33 (.364) 


6th 


Field Goal Pet. 


54-112 (.482) 


8th 


Free Throw Pet. 


34-45 (.756) 


4th 


Free Throws Made 


34 


10th 


Blocks 


6 


11th 


Offensive Rebounds 


33 


(t)llth 


Assists 


32 


(t)llth 


Rebound Average 


2.7 


(t)12th 


Free Throws Att. 


45 


13th 


Total Rebounds 


74 


13th 


Scoring Average 


5.7 


14th 



Player honors until the final 
buzzer... Was among the team's leading 
scorers with 12 points, eight rebounds, 
five assists and three steals in 26 min- 
utes of play... Hit on five-of-11 field 
goals and was second on the team in 
rebounds... Led Caesar Rodney to the 
state championship semifinals as he 
averaged 34 points per game in the 
Riders' two first round games... A two- 
time All-Henlopen Conference selection, 
his junior and senior years... 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 sea- 
son... First played in Cole Field House 
during the Charhe Weber AAU 
Tournament in September of his senior 
season... An honor student who took col- 
lege 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 the Summer 
before he arrived as a freshman at 
Maryland... Personal: Born August 5, 
1977... Full name is Bronta Laron Profit. 



44 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



LARON PROFIT'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



CAREER HIGHS 



Game S 


FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


PTS 


22 


Kentucky 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


1 














2 


FGM 


8 


Towson State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


FGA 


10 


Geo. Washington 


4-6 


1-2 


1-2 


10 


3-6 


1 


3 


4 








19 






Howard 


0-2 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


0-1 





1 


3 





3 


11 


FG% 


1.00 


UCLA 


0-4 


0-1 


3-4 


3 


1-1 


3 





1 





2 


13 


SFGM 


4 


Rider 


2-4 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


3-5 


2 


1 


2 





1 


11 


3FGA 


4 


American 


1-3 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


3 





1 








8 


3FG% 


1.00 


Md. Eastern Sh. 


5-6 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


3-6 


1 


1 


3 





1 


14 


FTM 


5 


Georgia Tech 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


FTA 


6 


Wake Forest 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


3 


1 


1 





1 


15 






Delaware St. 


2-3 


0-2 


4-4 


8 


4-10 


1 


1 


2 





2 


14 


FT% 


1.00 


N.C. State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


3 


0-0 








1 








2 


OR 


4 


Duke 


0-4 


0-1 


0-0 





1-3 





2 


1 


1 


2 


10 






Virginia 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


1 


1 











9 


OR 


6 


Georgia Tech 


3-5 


C-2 


2-2 


8 


2-3 


1 


5 


1 





4 


18 


REBS 


10 


North Carolina 


2-4 


1-1 


0-0 


5 


0-0 


1 





1 








9 


AST 


5 


Florida State 


0-2 


0-2 


4-6 


4 


0-0 


1 





2 








13 




5 


Wake Forest. 


4-10 


0-3 


2-2 


10 


3-3 


2 


4 


3 


1 


6 


23 


BLK 


1 


Missouri 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





1 


2 





2 


16 


STL 


6 


N.C. State 


5-8 


0-1 


0-1 


10 


0-0 


2 


5 


3 





2 


20 


MIN 


28 


Clemson 


1-1 


1-0 


0-1 


3 


0-1 


4 





4 





1 


13 






Duke 


2-2 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


0-2 


4 


1 


4 


1 





12 






Virginia 


2-7 


1-3 


2-3 


7 


2-4 


1 





3 


1 


1 


18 






Florida State 


8-9 


2-5 


4-5 


22 


1-5 


2 





5 





3 


22 






Duke (ACC) 


5-7 


4-6 


5-6 


19 


0-3 


1 


2 


4 





4 


28 






Geor0a Tech (ACC) 


2-10 


0-3 


2-3 


6 


3-7 


4 


2 


3 


1 


3 


25 






Santa CI. (NCAA) 


4-9 


1-0 


0-0 


9 


4-7 


3 


1 


2 


1 


2 


18 







vs. Florida State (3-4-96) 

vs. Florida State (3-4-96) 

vs Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 

vs Wake Forest (2-15-96) 

vs. three teams (last vs. Duke, 2-28-96) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Duke, 3-8-96) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 

at Florida State (2-10-96) 

vs. four teams (last vs. Wake Forest, 2-15-96) 

vs. Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 

vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 

vs. Delaware State (\-n-96) 

at N.C. State (2-22-96) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-96) 

vs. SIX teams (last vs. Santa Clara, 3-15-96) 

vs. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 



All-ACC Candidate Laron Profit 

Laron Profit was among the most productive freshmen in the ACC during the last month of the 1996 season. He made a late bid for the ACC All-Freshman 
team with his stellar play during crunch time as he helped Maryland earn its third consecutive NCAA Tournament bid. Here's how Profit compared to the 
members of the ACC's All-Freshman team during the final 10 games of the season. 



Player/Team 


FG/FG% 


Min./MPG 


3pt/3pt% 


FT/FT% 


Points/PPG 


Reb./RPG 


Stls/SPG 


Asst/APG 


Blks/B 


L. Profit/Maryland 


34/65 (.523) 


195/19.5 


8/23 (.347) 


15/21 (.714) 


92/9.2 


32/3.2 


24/2.4 


16/1.6 


5/0.5 


T. Domzalski/Duke 


27/58 (.465) 


242/24.2 


0/0 (.000) 


19/26 (.730) 


73/7.3 


53/5.3 


9/0.9 


1/0.1 


7/0.7 


S. Marbury/Ga. Tech 


62/131 (.473) 


370/37.0 


29/63 (.460) 


36/39 (.923) 


186/18.6 


24/2.4 


17/1.7 


54/5.4 


0/0.0 


T. Mclntyre/Clemson 


48/107 (.448) 


306/30.6 


16/42 (.380) 


31/37 (.837) 


169/16.9 


22/2.2 


15/1.6 


27/2.7 


0/0.0 


A. Jamison/N. Carolina 


61/97 (.629) 


N/A 


0/1 (.000) 


24/53 (.434) 


146/14.6 


95/9.5 


13/1.3 


11/1.1 


9/0.9 


Co. AlexanderA/irgmia 


67/135 (.496) 


349/34.9 


11/20 (.550) 


38/45 (.844) 


183/18.3 


57/5.7 


8/0.8 


22/2.2 


23/0.3 



As Laron Profit's playing time increased during the last month of the season 
so did his statistics. He displayed the impressive ability to take over a 
game at any time and put his stamp on it. Head Coach Gary 
Williams earned a high "Profit" on his investment and the Terps 
cashed in with Profit on the floor. 



Last 10 Games 

Minutes/MPG 

FG/FG% 

Points/PPG 

Rebounds/RPG 

Steals/SPG 

Assists/APG 

Blocks/BPG 

blocks 



First 17 Games 

195/19.5 

34/65 (52.3) 

92/9.2 

32/3.2 

24/2.4 

16/1.6 

5/0.5 



Improvement 

171/10.1 

20/47 (.42.5) 

62/3.6 

42/2.5 

16/0.9 

16/0.9 

1/.05 



+9.4 ppg 
-^9.8% 
+5.6 ppg 
+0.7 rpg 
+1.5 spg 
+0.7 apg 
+4 



Laron Profit displayed his awesome ability late in the season as 
he averaged 20.5 points, four rebounds and 3.5 steals as Maryland 
defeated Florida State in the final regular season game and Duke in 
the opening round of the ACC Tournament. Over his final 
four games of the season, he averaged 14.0 points, 5.5 
rebounds, 3.0 assists and 23 minutes of playing time. 

Laron Profit ranked in the Top- 10 among all ACC 
freshmen in five different statistical categories, finish- 
ing second in total steals (40) and steals per game 
(1.48). His 40 steals during the season marked the fifth best ever single 
season by a Terp freshman. 

Total ACC Rank 

40 2nd 

34-45 (.756) 4th 

12-33 (.364) 6th 

54-112 (.482) 8th 

34 10th 



Steals 

Free Throw Percentage 

3-Point FG 

Field Goal Percentage 

Free Throws Made 




Laron Profit scored 19 points versus Duke in the quarterfinal round of the 
ACC Tournament, his first ever game in college basketball's most pressure- 
packed post-season conference tournament. The 19-point performance is 
surpassed only by former Terp Lawrence Boston's 22 points in the 1978 
ACC Tournament, as most points scored by a Terps' reserve in the ACC 
Tournament. In addition, his 19 points marked the second consecutive 
game he had led the Terps in scoring, the first time a freshman had led 
Maryland in scoring in back-to-back games since Joe Smith 
during the 1993-94 season. 

Laron Profit was on fire in the regular season finale 
versus Florida State with a career high 22 points and 
five rebounds. He shot a torrid eight-of-nine from the 
field (88.8 percent), was a perfect 2-2 (1.00 percent) 
from three-point range and a stellar four-of-five (80.0 
percent) from the free throw line. Profit cashed in 
for the Terps as he scored seven points during a 
1:36 span of the second half as the Terps used a 
10-2 run to recover from a 55-48 deficit to take a 58- 
57 lead which they did not relinquish. It was Profit's 
three-point shot that gave Maryland the lead, 58-57, 
and proved to be the game vnnning basket. Earher, 
he scored seven points ma 1:53 stretch of the first 
half that helped the Terps take a conomanding 26- 
11 lead and scored seven more points in the final 
2:24 of the half, including a three-pointer at the 
buzzer, to help the Terps to a seven point half-time 
lead. 



Matt RAYDO 





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ALL GAMES 
























Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 8-0 l-4-,250 
1994-95 12-0 4-9-445 
1993-94 9-0 0-4-.000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-2-.000 
0-3-000 
0-2-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

2-4-.500 
4-5-.800 
3-7-439 


PtsAvg 

4-0,5 
12-1.0 
3-0 3 


OREB 


1 
1 


DReb 


5 
2 


Reb-Avg 

0-0.0 
6-0.5 
3-0.3 


PF-DQ 

0-0 
4-0 
4-0 


Asst TO 

3 
8 1 
2 4 


Blk 






Stl 

2 
3 
1 


Min 

13 
36 
19 


Career 29-0 5-17-.294 


0-7-.000 


9-16-.562 


19-0.7 


2 


7 


9-0.3 


8-0 


13 5 





6 


67 


ACC STATISTICS 
























Year G-GS FG-FGAPct. 

1995-96 3-0 O-O-.OOO 
1994-95 2-0 O-O-.OOO 
1993-94 2-0 O-O-.OOO 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-000 

o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 

o-o-.ooo 

0-0-000 


Pts-Avg 

0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-00 


OREB 







DReb 






Reb-Avg 

0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 


PF-DQ 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 


Asst TO 



1 



Blk 






Stl 






Min 
3 

2 
2 


CAREER 7-0 O-O-.OOO 


o-o-.ooo 


o-o-.ooo 


0-0.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 


1 








7 


NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 






















Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1995-96 1-0 0-0-000 
1994-95 2-0 1-2- 500 
1993-94 1-0 0-1-000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

O-O-.OOO 
0-0-000 
0-1-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

1-2-500 
O-O-.OOO 
O-O-.OOO 


Pts-Avg 

MO 
2-10 
0-00 


REB D Reb Reb-Avg 

000 

1 1-06 
0-00 


PF-DQ 

0-0 
1-0 
0-0 


Asst TO 

1 




Blk 






stl 






Min 

1 
2 

1 



CAREER 4-0 



1-3-.333 



O-l-.OOO 



1-2-.500 



3-1.0 



1-0.3 



1-0 



1 



ON RAYDO: Enters his fourth year as a 
walk-on member of the basketball team 
having won three varsity letters during 
his career... Is one of the hardest work- 
ing members of the team who gives 
everything he has everyday he walks in 
to Cole Field House... A major contribu- 
tor to the Terps' white team which emu- 
lates the opposition in practice each 
day... Will become the Terps' fourth 
four-year walk-on in the history of the 
program to earn four varsity letters... 
Goes by the nickname "Rudy" and 
answers to that moniker when it comes 
from the coaching staff, teammates, 
campus students and Cole Field House 
fans... Nickname comes from the 1993 
movie of the same name... Has earned 
the respect of the coaching staff and his 
teammates because of his relentless 
effort and continuous work ethic dis- 
played from the beginning of pre-season 
conditioning through the NCAA 
Tournament each season... "When I first 
got the nickname, I went back and forth 
with it. But everybody started picking 
up on it, the players, the coaches. 



Matthew Todd Raydo 

Point Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 5-10 Wt. 160 

High School: Cardinal Gibbons, 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Mark Wilson) 

Birthdate: December 1, 1974 
(Kansas City, Mo.) 



Somehow the fans picked up on it, 
too. "...As a Junior: Appeared in eight 
games including Maryland's first round 
ACC Tournament victory over Duke and 
the Terps first round NCAA Tournament 
game versus Santa Clara... Played m 
eight games and Maryland was 6-2 in 
those games... Scored a season high 
two points versus Delaware State as he 
shot one-of-two from the field as the 
Terps won in Cole Field House... A sea- 
son high four minutes played came ver- 
sus Delaware State... Was one-of-two 
from the free throw line versus Santa 
Clara to run his consecutive game scor- 
ing streak in the NCAA Tournament to 
two games... Scored two points on one 
field goal versus Connecticut in the 
semifinals of the 1995 NCAA West 
Regional... Was credited with three 
assists, second high single season total 
in his career, with one assist each ver- 
sus Maryland-Eastern Shore, Missouri 
and Santa Clara... His assist versus 
Santa Clara was his first career assist in 
four NCAA Tournament games... 
Recorded one steal each versus 
Maryland-Eastern Shore and Delaware 
State... As a Sophomore: Played in a 
career high 12 games and scored a 
career high 12 points, a career high 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 



46 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



one of two shooting from the field... His 
career high of two rebounds came ver- 
sus 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 - 
live 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 mm- 
utes came also versus Morgan State and 
Towson State... A career high 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 percentage, 1.00... Earned 

MATT RAYDO'S STATISTICS VS. ACC TEAMS 



ire GAMES 



■ Raydo scored five points in five min- 
utes of playing time as the Terps 
defeated Colgate, 113-53, on December 
8, 1994. He was a perfect three of three 
from the free throw line. 

the WBAL Academic Award and Mr. 
Hustle team awards following the 1995 
season... As a Freshman: Played in nine 
games as a reserve guard... Scored a 
season high of two points on two of four 
shooting from the field versus Loyola 
(Md.) in Cole Field House... Played a 
season high of six minutes versus 
Cornell as the Terps defeated 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... Springfield 
is the home of the Basketball Hall of 
Fame and is considered to be the birth- 
place of basketball... Scored three points 
on the season with all three coming on 



Team 
Clemson 
Duke 

Georgia Tech 
N.C, State 
Virginia 



G-GS 

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



FG-FGA-Pct. 3pt-3ptA-Pct. 



o-o-.ooo 

0-0-000 
0-0-000 
0-0-000 
0-0-000 



o-o-.ooo 

0-0-000 
0-0--000 

o-o-.ooo 

0-0-000 



FT-FTA-Pct, 
0-0-000 

o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 
o-o-.ooo 



Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg PF-DQ Asst TO Elk Stl Min 



0-0,0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 



0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 



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



Wake Forest 6-6 19-55-.346 l-10-.lOO 18-26-.720 57-9,5 



20- 29-4.8 21-2 9 18 1 10 183 



MATT RAYDO'S 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game 

M.-Eastern Shore 
Wake Forest 
Delaware State 
Georgia Tech 
Missouri 
Vugmia 
Duke (ACC) 
Santa Clara (NCAA) 



S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 



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



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



FT-FTA 

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



PTS 
1 


2 




1 



ORTR 

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



Ast TO BIk Stl 



Min 
2 
1 
4 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 



MATT RAYDO'S 1994-95 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



GAME 

Loyola 

Bucknell 

UMBC 

Colgate 

Towson State 

Morgan State 

La Salle 

American 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Gonzaga (NCAA) 

Connecticut (NCAA) 



S FG-FGA3FG-3FGA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR PF AST TO BLK STL MIN 



0-0 
0-0 
1-2 



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



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



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



10 






10 



10 







MATT RAYDO'S 1993-94 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game 

Cornell 

Rider 

Morgan State 

Towson State 

Hofstra 

N.C State 

Wake Forest 

Loyola 

Michigan (NCAA) 



S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 



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



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



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



PTS 





1 



2 




ORTR 

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

1-1 

0-0 



PF 

1 



1 
1 
1 








Ast TO 



Blk Stl 





Min 
6 
1 
2 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 





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 Maryland'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 
All-Broward County Honors for his 
senior season efforts... Averaged 18.7 
points and 9.5 assists to lead the county 
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 championship game his sopho- 
more season... His high school coach 
was Mark Wilson... Played at 
Maramatha Academy in Shawnee, 
Kansas his fresliman season before 
moving to Ft. Lauderdale at age 15... 
Personal: Born December 1, 1974. ..His 
full name is Matthew Todd Raydo. 



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 

FGM 
FGA 

FG% 

3FGM 

3FGA 

3FG% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

STL 

MIN 



5 
1 
2 
1,00 



1 

.000 

3 

4 

1.00 

1 

2 
2 
4 
2 
7 



(3-3) 



vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 

vs. five teams (last vs. Delaware State, 1-17-96) 

vs. three teams (last vs. Delaware State, 1-17-96) 

vs. Bucknell (12-8-94) 

vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

vs. seven teams (last vs. Delaware State, 1-17-96) 

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) 



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ALL GAMES 


























Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1996-96 30-4 31-66-470 


3pt-3ptAPct. 

6-11-456 


FT-FTAPct. 

33-62-636 


Pts-Avg 

100-33 


OREB 

10 


DReb 

30 


Reb-Avg 

40-13 


PF-DQ 

74-1 


Asst TO 

85 40 


BIk 
3 


Stl 

38 


Min 

610 


CAREER 30-4 31-66-470 
ACC STATISTICS 


5-11-.455 


33-52.635 


100-3,3 


10 


30 


40-1.3 


74-1 


86 


40 


3 


38 


510 


Year GGS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1996-96 16-3 17-37-460 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

26-40-650 


Pts-Avg 

65-4 1 


OREB 

7 


DReb 

16 


Reb-Avg 

23-14 


PF-DQ 

43-1 


Asst 

44 


TO 

24 


BIk 

2 


Stl 

20 


Min 

186 


CAREER 16-3 17-37-460 O-O-.OOO 
NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 


26-40-.650 


65-4.1 


7 


16 


23-1.4 


43-1 


44 


24 


2 


20 


186 


Year G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

1996-96 1-0 0-0- 000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-1-000 


Pts-Avg 

0-0 


OREB 




DReb 

1 


Reb-Avg 

MO 


PF-DQ 

4-0 


Asst 

2 


TO 

1 


BIk 




Stl 

1 


Min 

11 



CAREER 1-0 



O-O-.OOO 



0-0.000 



0-1-000 



0-0.0 



1-1.0 



4-0 



1 11 



ON STOKES: An AU-ACC candidate as 
the top point guard in the ACC... Was an 
Honorable Mention All- ACC Freshman 
Team selection despite averaging only 
17 minutes per game and starting only 
four games during the 1995-96 season... 
A classic, "throwback" point guard who 
looks to handle and distribute the ball to 
his teammates before looking for his 
own shot... Was ranked third in the ACC 
in assist to turnover ratio, 2.13:1 and 
averaged only one turnover every 12.8 
minutes... His 85 assists marked the 
eighth best single season effort by a 
Maryland freshman while his 38 steals 
was the fifth best single season mark by 
a Terp freshman... Was hampered by a 
painful back injury that forced him to 
miss virtually all of the first six weeks of 
pre-season practice prior to his fresh- 
man season... Played only four minutes 
in Maryland's two exhibition games... 
Saw his first real game action versus 
1996 NCAA National Champion 
Kentucky on November 24, scoring two 
baskets, dishing out one assist and 
grabbing two steals in 10 minutes of 
action... Showed glimpses of his extraor- 
dinary potential versus Kentucky and 
continued rapid development through 
the ACC season and post season... As a 



Terrell Montez Stokes 

Point Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-0 Wt. 175 

High School: Simon Gratz, 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Bill EUerbee) 

Birthdate: January 8, 1976 
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 




Freshman: An Honorable Mention All- 
ACC Freshman Team selection... Played 
m all 30 games while starting four and 
averaging 17 minutes per 
game... Exhibited his extraordinary pen- 
chant for passing the basketball as he 
had 12 assists versus Missouri in a 
game televised nationally by ABC 
Sports on February 18... The 12 assists 
nearly tied the school record for assists 
in a single game, 13... In dishing out the 
dozen assists, he became only one of 
four true freshman to have 12 or more 
assists in a single game... Started four 
games, including two versus top ten 
ranked Wake Forest, and averaged 4.3 
points and 6.3 assists as a starter... 
Became the first true freshman to earn a 
starting assignment at the point guard 
position at Maryland since Teyon 
McCoy in 1986... Had at least one assist 
in 29 of his 30 games played and dished 
out multiple assists in 20 games... 



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Handled the ball extremely well in 
Maryland's three post season games, 
with an assist to turnover ratio of 4.5:1 
in 16 minutes per game as the Terps 
advanced to the ACC Tournament semi- 
finals for the second consecutive season 
and played in the NCAA Tournament 
for the third consecutive year... Cut 
down on his turnovers significantly dur- 
ing the final seven game stretch of the 
season with only seven turnovers in his 
last seven games, a total of 106 min- 
utes... Scored in double figures versus 
Georgia Tech (February 3) and Clemson 
(February 24)... Tied his career high 
with four field goals made and set his 
personal best of six free throws made 
versus Clemson. . .Most memorable 
game may have come as Maryland 
defeated North Carolina m Chapel Hill 
for the first time since 1990, 84- 
78... Made three of four free throws in 
the final 20 seconds to seal the Terps' 
victory... Broke a 78-78 tie as he hit both 
ends of a two-shot foul after the Tar 
Heels had intentionally sent Stokes to 
the line... Stokes had made only 17 of 30 
free throws (56.7 percent) entering the 
game, but made both shots to put the 
Terps up for good, 80-78... Said North 
Carolina's Dean Smith: "On the last 
play, we fouled Stokes because of his 
free throw percentage. "...Said Stokes: 
"I made them pay. You've just got to 
step up when the team needs it and I 
came through. "... Stokes made one of 
two free throws with 1 1 seconds 
remaining in the contest to close out the 
Tar Heels... Quickly earned the respect 
of the Terp coaching staff and players 
and was rewarded during the Terps' 
first month of ACC competition... In the 
closing seconds of regulation during the 
Terps' overtime victory over N.C. State 
in Cole Field House, Head Coach Gary 
Williams put the ball in Stokes's hands 
following a time-out with 3.3 remain- 
ing... Williams diagrammed a play for 
Stokes to take the ball the length of the 
court for a potential game winning 
shot... Stokes responded by getting an 
open lay-up attempt that rimmed out at 
the buzzer... Started three consecutive 
games in February as the Terps won 
two of three crucial games... Terps 
defeated Missouri (four points, 12 
assists, two steals) and N.C. State (six 
points, six assists, one steal) while tak- 
ing eighth ranked Wake Forest to the 
final minute of regulation time (four 
points, three assists, two steals)... 
Averaged 1 . 1 points versus the nine 
ranked teams on the Terps' schedule... 
At Simon Gratz: Considered by many to 




be the No. 1 point guard prospect in the 
nation when he committed to play for 
the Terps as a high school senior... 
Invited as one of only 16 high school 
seniors to try out for the U.S. Junior 
World Championship team during the 
summer prior to his arrival in College 
Park... 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 quadruple-doubles 
as a senior... Posted two triple-doubles 
as a senior, estabUshing single game 
career high scoring marks of 29 points 
and 17 assists... A staggering quadru- 
ple-double of 29 points, 17 assists, 14 
rebounds and 1 1 steals came during his 
senior season... 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 Pubhc 
League championships... Gratz finished 
31-0 and won the mythical national 
championship in 1992-93... The starting 
point guard for the U.S. All-Star team in 



ire. GAMES 



■ stokes dished out a career high 12 
assists, scored four points and had two 
steals as Maryland defeated Missouri, 
91-79, on February 18, 1996. The 12 
assists was just one shy of tying the 
all-time single game school record. 

■ Stokes scored a career high 15 
points, had five assists and only one 
turnover versus Clemson on February 
24, 1996. 



the Capital Classic which was played in 
his future college basketball home of 
Cole Field House... Hit four-of-four field 
goal attempts, including his only three 
point shot attempt and two-of-two free 
throws for 11 points... 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 "home- 
town" 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... Folio wing the con- 
test, the emotionally charged Stokes 
pumped his fists to the 11,828 apprecia- 
tive fans in Cole and ran down press 
row giving "high fives" to the startled 
dignitaries... Played with Maryland 
teammates Obinna Ekezie and Laron 
Profit on the U.S. Team in the Capital 
Classic... A member of the 13-player All- 
Tournament team at the Adidas ABCD 
Camp in Teaneck, N.J. during the sum- 
mer of 1994... Ranked No. 37 on the Blue 
Chip Illustrated hst of the Top- 100 High 
School Players of 1995... Personal: Born 
January 8, 1976... His full name is Terrell 
Montez Stokes. 



TERRELL STOKES 


■S STATISTICS vs. ACC TEAMS 




















Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg Reb D Reb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO 


Blk StI Min 


Clemson 


2-0 


5-8-.625 


1-3-.333 7-11-.636 


18-9.0 


2 


2 


4-2.0 


6-0 


4 


2 





4 44 


Duke 


3-0 


0-5-.000 


O-l-.OOO 4-4-1.00 


4-1.3 


1 


3 


4-1.3 


9-0 


12 


3 





8 60 


Flonda State 


2-0 


O-O-.OOO 


O-O-.OOO 2-2-1.00 


2-1.0 





4 


4-2.0 


6-1 


7 


6 





1 32 


Georgia Tech 


3-1 


5-9-.556 


2^-.500 3^-.750 


15-6.0 


1 


4 


5-1,7 


8-0 


7 


4 





1 50 


North Carolina 


2-0 


2-3-,667 


O-O-.OOO 6-8-,750 


10-5.0 





2 


2-1,0 


3-0 


3 


1 





2 31 


NO, State 


2-1 


3-7-.429 


1-1-1.00 2-4-.500 


9^.5 


1 


3 


4-2,0 


6-0 


8 


5 


1 


3 53 


Virginia 


2-0 


1-2--500 


1-1-1.00 3-5-.600 


6-3.0 





1 


1-0,5 


6-0 


2 


1 





1 25 


Wake Forest 


2-0 


O-O-.OOO 


O-O-.OOO O-O-.OOO 


0-0,0 








0-0,0 


0-0 











2 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



CAREER HIGHS 



PTS 


15 


FGM 


4 


FGA 


8 


FG% 


1.00 


3FGM 


2 


3FGA 


3 


3FG% 


1.00 


FTM 


6 


FTA 


7 


FT% 


1.00 


OR 


2 


DR 


3 


REBS 


4 


AST 


12 


BLK 


1 


STL 


4 


MIN 


32 



at Clemson (2-24-96) 

at Clemson (2-24-96) 

vs. American (12-23-95) 

vs. American (12-23-95) 

vs. four teams (last time at N. Carolina, 1-6-96) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-96) 

at Clemson (2-24-96) 

vs. three teams (last vs. Virginia, 3-2-96) 

at Clemson (2-24-96) 

at Clemson (2-24-96) 

vs. three teams (last vs. Duke. 3-8-96) 

at Wake Forest (1-13-96) 

vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. Delam/are State (1-17-96) 

vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 

vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

vs. three teams (last vs. Missoun, 2-18-96) 

at Duke (1-28-96) 

vs Missouri (2-18-96) 




TERRELL STOKES' 1995-96 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 



Game S 


FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


IMin 


Kentucky 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-0 


3 


1 


1 





2 


10 


Towson State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 


1 











10 


Massachusetts 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 


1 


1 








14 


Geo. Washington 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


2 


1 


2 





1 


7 


Howard 


1-1 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-0 


3 


1 


1 





1 


11 


UCLA 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1-2 


1 





1 





2 


10 


Rider 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


0-1 


2 


4 








2 


18 


Amencan 


4-8 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


0-2 


3 


3 


3 








15 


Md.-Eastem Sh. 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





0-0 





5 


1 





1 


14 


Georgia Tech 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 





1 


17 


North Carolina 


2-2 


0-0 


3-4 


7 


0-2 


1 


1 








1 


14 


Wake Forest S 


0-3 


0-0 


3-6 


3 


2-2 


3 


4 


2 





1 


27 


Delaware St. 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-4 


3 


4 


1 





3 


11 


N.C. State 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


0-0 


2 


2 





1 


2 


22 


Clemson 


1-2 


0-0 


1-4 


3 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 





1 


18 


Duke 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 


3 


2 


2 





4 


21 


Virginia 


0-0 


0-0 


3-5 


3 


0-0 


3 


1 











14 


Georgia Tech 


3-4 


2-2 


3-4 


11 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 








18 


North Carolina 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 





1 


17 


Flonda State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-3 


5 


3 


4 








12 


Wake Forest S 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


31 


Missouri S 


2-4 


0-0 


0-2 


4 


1-4 


2 


12 


3 


1 


2 


32 


N.C. State S 


2-3 


1-1 


1-2 


6 


0-1 


4 


6 


5 





1 


31 


Clemson 


4-6 


1-3 


6-7 


15 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 





3 


26 


Duke 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


4 


5 


1 





1 


17 


Virginia 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


3 


0-1 


2 


1 


1 





1 


11 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-1 


1 


4 


2 





1 


15 


Duke (AGO 


0-1 


0-1 


4-4 


4 


0-1 


2 


5 








3 


21 


Ga. Tech (ACC) 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


0-1 


3 


1 


1 








15 


Santa Clara (NCAA) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 


4 


2 


1 





1 


11 



All-ACC Candidate Terrell Stokes 

Terrell Stokes nearly tied the University of Maryland record for assists in a 
smgle game virith 12 handouts versus Missouri m a game shov^n on 
national television in Cole Field House. Stokes was credited writh 12 
assists and only three turnovers in 32 minutes of play (4.0:1 assists to 
turnover ratio) . He did not play the last two minutes of the game where 
he could have tied and surpassed the school record of 13 assists in a sin- 
gle game. 

Terrell Stokes flushed third in the ACC in assist: turnover ratio in 1996. 
His ratio of 2.13:1 was the fifth best ever by an ACC freshmen. Stokes was 
the only freshmen m the ACC to rank among the top 10 in the assist to 
turnover category for all games played and m conference games only. 



Rank 


AsstiTO 


Player, School 


Year 


1. 


2.98:1 


Jeff Lebo, North Carolina 


1986 


2. 


2.97:1 


Chris Corchiani, N.C. State 


1988 


3. 


2.47.1 


Keith Gatlin, Maryland 


1984 


4. 


2.22:1 


Vincent Hamilton, Clemson 


1981 


5. 


2.13:1 


Terrell Stokes, Maryland 


1996 



Terrell Stokes became the first true freshman point guard to start a game 
at Maryland since Teyon McCoy started all 26 games for the Terps in the 
1986-87 season. Stokes started four games during lus inaugural coUegiate 
season and averaged 6.3 assists and fashioned a 2.27:1 assist to turnover 
ratio as a starter. 

As Terrell Stokes's playing tune increase in the last one-third of the sea 
son. so did his production 

First 20 Games Final 10 Games Improvement 
Minutes/Avg. 300/15 mpg 210/21 mpg -1-6.O mpg 

Assists/Avg. 44/2.2 apg 41/4.1 apg -H.9 apg 

Asst:TO 1.83:1 2.56:1 ■^0.7:l 

Steals/Avg. 23/1.2 spg 15/1.5 spg -t-0.3 spg 

Points/Avg. 60/2.0 ppg 40/4.0 ppg -^2.0 ppg 

FT Pet. 20/34(58.8) 13/18(72.2) -^13.4 



1 



Terrell Stokes may have been at his season best in the Terps' three post- 
season games. He averaged 2.7 assists, 0.7 turnovers and 16 minutes per 
game as Maryland advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals and 
selected to play in its third consecutive NCAA Tournament. Stokes had 
an incredible assist:to turnover ratio of 4.5: 1 in the post -season. 

Terrell Stokes ranked first among ACC freshman and second among all 
league players in assists per nunutes played. Stokes trailed only Georgia 
Tech's Drew Barry who was drafted by the Seattle Supersonics m the 1996 
NBA Draft. 

Terrell Stokes's most memorable 
game may have come as Maryland 
defeated North CaioUna in Chapel 
HiU for the first time since 1990, 84- 
78 on February 6. He made three 
of four free throws in the final 20 
seconds to seal the Terps' victory. 
His first two broke a 78-78 tie as he 
hit both ends of a two-shot foul 
after the Tar Heels had inten- 
tionally sent him to the line. 
Stokes had made only 17 of 30 
free throws (56.7 percent) 
entering the 



C^ 




game, but 

made both 

shots to 

put the 

Terps up 

for good, 

80-78. 

Following the 

game. North Carolina's Dean Smith 

said: "On the last play, we fouled 

Stokes because of his free throw 

percentage." Said Stokes: "I 

made them pay. You've just got 

to step up when the team 

needs it and I came through. " 

Stokes closed out the Tar 

Heels with one of two free 

throws with 1 1 seconds 

remaining in the contest. 



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ON WATKINS: Begins his first year of 
eligibility at Maryland after transferring 
from Notre Dame and sitting out the 
1995-96 season under NCAA transfer 
guidelines... Practiced with the Terps all 
of last season and has three years of eU- 
gibility remaining beginning at the start 
of the 1996-97 season... Provides 
Maryland with another power player 
who will contribute immediately this 
season... Is an extraordinary athlete who 
may be the strongest player on the 
Terps' roster... Exhibited his athletic 
ability during his redshirt season and 
demonstrated his outside shooting abili- 
ty... Helped lead the United States to a 
third place finish at the 19th WiUiam 
Jones Cup International Tournament as 
he was second on the team with a 5.1 
rebounds per game average... Scored 74 
points for a 7.4 points per game scoring 
average... Shot an incredible 90 percent 
from the free throw line (9-10) during 
the 10 game tournament... As a 
Freshman: Averaged 1.5 points and 1.8 
rebounds while playing in 25 games at 
Notre Dame during the 1994-95 sea- 
son... Scored a season high of eight 
points versus Loyola of Chicago on 
February 28, 1995 and chipped in seven 
points versus Xavier on January 21, 
1995... Grabbed a career high five 
rebounds versus Cornell, Lehigh and 
Xavier... Season high 16 minutes played 
versus Oregon in the second round of 
the Far West Classic at the University of 
Portland... Double figures in minutes 
played versus seven different 
teams... He shot 38.3 percent from the 
field and blocked eight shots... Blocked a 



Brian Vincent Watkins 

Power Forward 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-9 Wt. 215 

High School: Overton, Nashville, 
Tennessee (Tommy Griffith) 

Birthdate: January 9, 1976 
(Nashville, Tennessee) 



career high two shots versus Oregon 
State. Lehigh and Loyola (Chicago)... 
Career high two steals versus Xavier... 
Showed consistent improvement during 
the season as his playing time increased 
by nearly a minute per game over the 
second half of the season... Scored 26 of 
his 38 total points in the second half of 
the season... Career high four field goals 
came versus Loyola (Chicago) in the 
season finale... Notre Dame finished 
with a 15-12 overall record as the bas- 
ketball team competed in its last year as 
an independent... The Fighting Irish 
defeated Indiana in overtime on 
November 29, 1994 and Boston College 
on January 29, 1995, with Watkins on 
the floor during both victories... At 
Overton: A First Team All-State selec- 
tion in Class AAA and nominated as 
Tennessee's Mr. Basketball... Averaged 
17 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked 
shots as a senior in leading Overton to a 
31-4 record and the State Championship 
game... Led Overton to a 28-6 record his 
junior season and 29 wins his sopho- 
more season... Scored a school record 
1,447 points and grabbed a school 
record 964 rebounds... Also holds the 
school record with a career 59.0 field 
goal percentage... Team captain his 
junior and senior season... Named the 
Most Valuable Player of the Tennessee 
vs. Georgia All-Star game following his 
senior season in leading Tennessee to 
the victory with 28 points, 12 rebounds 
and three blocked shots... Was a starter 
on the Tennessee Travelers AAU team 
which finished fifth in the National 
Tournament during the summer of 
1993... Ranked among the top 100 high 
school players during his senior season 
in Bob Gibbons All-Star Sports Report 
and was ranked among the top 60 play- 
ers at the Nike Camp in the summer 
before his senior season... Personal: 
Born January 9, 1976... His full name is 
Brian Vincent Watkins... Chose No. 45 
as his uniform number because that is 
the number his dad wore when he was 
a player... His dad played for Tennessee 
State and was a draft choice of the 
Atlanta Hawks of the National 
Basketball Association... Excelled in ten- 
nis before a junior high school growth 
spurt pushed him toward basketball... 
Majoring in business administration. 



51 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



BRIAN WATKINS 


1994-95 


GAME 


BY GAME 


STATISTICS (la Notre Dame) 


Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


Valpanso 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















3 


Indiana 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















4 


San Diego 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


2 














2 


Loyola Marymount 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 











1 





4 


DePaul 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















2 


St. Bonaventure 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















3 


Oregon State 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-3 


1 





3 


2 





8 


Oregon 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-4 


1 





1 





1 


16 


ComeU 


1-5 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


3-5 


3 














12 


Lehigh 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





2-5 


1 


1 


2 


2 





13 


Loyola (Md) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 

















4 


Louisville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








1 








1 


Columbia 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-4 


2 





2 





1 


13 


Missouri 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 

















1 


Hofstra 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 





1-2 








1 








4 


Dayton 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-2 


1 


1 


1 








8 


Xavier 


3-6 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


3-5 


2 





2 





2 


12 


Duke 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


1 














6 


Boston College 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





C-0 

















4 


UCLA 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3-5 


1 





3 








7 


Duquesne 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





1 











2 


Kentucky 


0-5 


0-0 


1-4 


1 


2-4 


2 


1 


4 


1 





15 


Butler 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2 





2 








2 


Marquette 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 














3 


Loyola (Chicago) 


4-6 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


1-1 


1 


2 














, f^ummm. GAME 



■ Watkins scored seven points and grabbed five rebounds in 
only seven minutes of playing time as Notre Dame defeated 
Xavier, 84-73, on January 21, 1995. 





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•<5i^^, 



ON HAHN: Joins the Terps as a walk-on 
member of the team... A Second Team 
All-Howard County honoree by the 
Baltimore Sun and the Columbia Flier 
following his senior season as he aver- 
aged 13.6 points and shot 42.3 percent 
from the field in 21 games... Led the 
county in three-point shots made (58) 
and free throw percentage (81%). ..Was 
also the county's sixth leading scorer as 
a senior... Participated in the Charm City 
(Baltimore) Super 50 Tournament and 
was a member of the championship 
team following his junior year... Helped 
lead Atholton to a pair of county cham- 
pionships on the varsity level and one 
on the junior varsity level... Was tri-cap- 
tain of the varsity his senior season and 
co-captain of the junior varsity his 
sophomore season... The varsity aver- 
aged nearly 18 wins a season in his two 
years on the squad... Did not miss a 
game during his four years in the 
Atholton program... Hit at least one 
three-point shot during each of the 21 
games during his senior season and 
holds the Atholton school record for 
three-point shots made in a single game 
with six... Hit six three-point shots in a 
single game on three occasions... Also 
established school records for three- 
points shots made (58) and attempted 
(137) in a single season... Scored a 
career high of 27 points versus Howard 
High School his senior season... 23 
points came in a double overtime loss to 
Cardinal Gibbons and 21 came versus 
Calvert Hall... A First Team All-Howard 
County Academic selection as a senior 
and a Second Team selection as a 
junior... A four-time recipent of the 
Maryland Athletic Association's Scholar 
Athlete Award... Was an honorable men- 
tion Maryland distinguished scholar his 
senior year... Was a ball boy at Maryland 



basketball games in Cole Field House 
and at Ohio University before entering 
high school... Made an incredible 62 of 
76 free throw attempts his senior sea- 
son... Personal: Born February 27, 1978 
and is the son of Kathi and Billy 
Hahn... Would like to be a television or 
radio sportscaster or newspaper sports- 
writer. 



m. GAMES 



■ Hahn scored 23 points on six three 
pointers versus Cardinal Gibbons 
during his senior season. 



fli 




Matthew Hahn 

Incoming Freshman Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-1 Wt. 155 

High School: Atholton, Columbia, 
Maryland (Jim Albert) 

Birthdate; February 27, 1978 
(South Kingston, Rhode Island) 



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KeUy HITE 





ON HITE: "Playing a zone defense can 
be hazardous to your win-loss record if 
Kelly Hite is in the oppositions lineup. 
But don't make the mistake of thinking 
he is just a one-dimensional player, just 
a long range shooter. Kelly is a capable 
ball-handler and passer as well as a 
heady, intelligent defender, " said Vince 
Murray of Florida Focus who rated Hite 
as one of the top-25 seniors in the state 
of Florida last year... Averaged 15.4 
points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.3 steals per 
game and was a Second Team All-State 
selection following his senior season... A 
First Team All-County selection and All- 
Suncoast Honorable Mention by the St. 
Petersburg Times... Second Team All- 
County and All-Region Honorable 
Mention by the Tampa Tribune... Scored 
1,374 career points to place seventh on 
the all-time Tampa Catholic scoring 
lists... Only the 14th player in school his- 
tory to eclipse the 1,000 point plateau... 
A three-year varsity starter who helped 
Tampa Catholic wm the 1995 Class 3A 
state championship and helped the 
Crusaders earn a trip back to the 
regional championship game in 1996... 
Tampa Catholic won the 1995 state 
championship despite having only eight 
players to begin the season and win- 
ning only two of its first 10 games... The 
Crusaders won 22 of their last 25 games 
including a come-from-behind victory in 
the State Championship final game... 
Second leading scorer as a senior, 15.4 
points per game, and third leading scor- 
er as a junior, 14.4 points per game... 
Considered to be TC's most consistent 
player during the Crusaders 1995 and 
1996 state championship tournament 
runs... Was a three-year starter and 
team captain his senior season... Scored 
in double figures in 34 of the Crusaders 
35 games his senior season... Ranked 



yimm. GAMES 



■ Hite scored 20 points to lead Tampa 
Catholic past Tampa Prep to give the 
Crusaders the Classs 3A, District 5 
Championship during his senior season. 



Kelly Patrick Hite 

Incoming Freshman Guard 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 6-4 Wt. 195 

High School: Tampa Catholic 
Tampa, Florida (Dan Dziagwa) 

Birthdate: September 9, 1977 
(Dalton, Georgia) 

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15th in scoring in Hillsborough County 
during his senior season... Led TC to 
consecutive district championships his 
junior and senior seasons as the 
Crusaders won 19 successive district 
games during his final two seasons... 
Helped lead the Crusaders to the No. 1 
ranking in the state for five consecutive 
weeks during the regular season and 
never during the season did the team 
drop out of the top-five... Scored a 
career high 28 points to lead TC past 
Winter Haven during the Lakeland 
Thanksgiving Tournament his senior 
season... Scored 20 points in TC's Class 
3A, District 5 championship victory over 
Tampa Prep which advanced the 
Crusaders to the regional semifinals... 
Added 18 points as the Crusaders 
defeated Lake Placid to advance to their 
second consecutive regional final for the 
first time in school history... Opened his 
senior season with consecutive 24-point 
performances versus Dunedin and 
Pinellas Park to lead the Crusaders to 
the championship of the Dunedin Tip- 
Off Classic... A third consecutive 20 plus 
point performance came as he poured in 
27 points versus CC Catholic helping 
him to rank sixth in Hillsborough 
County with a 20.3 points per game 
average after six games... Personal: He 
was born on September 9, 1977... His 
full name is Kelly Patrick Hite. 



Mike MARDESICH 






ON MARDESICH: "Mike is the player 
every college coach dreams of . . . he lis- 
tens well, absorbs the information and 
then executes well. He is a very hard 
worker, who, under the guidance of 
Coach Gary Williams will develop into a 
very good college basketball payer, " 
said Mike Sullivan of Insiders Report 
shortly after Mardesich signed to play at 
Maryland... A highly recruited Division I 
prospect who played one year at 
Worcester Academy Prep School after 
playing two seasons at Conroe (Texas) 
High School... Mike was born in 
California, lived in his father's native 
Croatia for four years, and has also lived 
in Washington, Florida, South Carolina, 
Massachusetts and Texas... Lived in 
Croatia from ages five through nine... 
His family then relocated from Croatia 
to Massachusetts until moving to Texas 
to begin Mike's junior year at Conroe... 
Was coached by Tommy Johnson at 
Conroe... Was nominated as a member 
of the McDonald's All- American team 
following his senior season at Conroe... 
Averaged 17.6 points, 13.4 rebounds, 3.7 
blocks, 2.3 steals and 1.9 assists while 
shooting 64 percent from the field and 
74 percent from the free throw line his 
senior season... Led the Greater Houston 
area in rebounding while at Conroe... A 
unanimous all-star selection as he 
earned All-Greater Houston, All-County 
and All-District honors while being 
named team's Most Valuable Player 
honors... Lists Olajuwon as his idol... 
Helped lead Worcester to the New 
England Prep School Class A Tournament 
during his only season there. . .Averaged 
just over 19 points, 13 rebounds, six 
assists and five blocks per game during 
his prep season at Worcester... Over the 
final five games of the season (including 
the post-season), he averaged 33 points 



Mike Mardesich 

Center 

University of Maryland 

Ht. 7-0 Wt. 235 

High School; Worcester Academy, 
Boston, Mass. (Tom Blackburn) 

Birthdate: July 29, 1977 
(Long Beach, California) 



and 18 rebounds... Also played as a 
starter for the nationally renowned 
Boston Amateur Basketball Club for 
Head Coach Leo Papile... First played 
at Cole Field House during the Charlie 
Weber Tournament in September of 
1995... Named a High School Basketball 
Senior All-America by Bill Buchalter of 
College Sports Magazine... Was the 
starter and helped lead the Boston entry 
to the championship of the 1996 Boston 
Shootout... Has realized dramatic growth 
spurts during his prep career growing 
from 6'3" at the end of his sophomore 
season to 6' 10" at the beginning of his 
senior season... His doctors believe that 
he is still growing and that he could 
reach 7'-2" by the time his body stops 
growing... A French Honor Society stu- 
dent who speaks three languages flu- 
ently and has studied two more... Scored 
1,300 on his SAT and carried an impres- 
sive 3.4 grade point average throughout 
his high school career... Is enrolled in 
Maryland's honors college and is study- 
ing international business... Personal: 
He was born on July 29, 1977 and is the 
son of Renee and Mitch Mardesich 




yiomre games 



■ Mardesich recorded a double/double 
of 33 points, 20 rebounds and four 
blocked shots versus the junior varsity 
team from the College of the Holy 
Cross while at Worcester Academy. 



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Midnight Madness 

The large clock on the Cole Field 
House scoreboard reached midnight. 
The red and white balloons fell from the 
ceiling. An oversized basketball 
dropped from the ceiling into an over- 
sized basket on a float a center court 
and fireworks shot across the arena. 

Throw in Dick Vitale and a live 
national audience with ESPN in atten- 
dance and you had a celebration. 
Midnight Madness at Cole Field House 
signaled the start of the 1995 college 
basketball season. 

"This is a payback for the support of 
our loyal fans," Head Coach Gary 
Williams would say that night. "It's 
good for our players, also. They really 
enjoy that type of celebration to begin 
the season. A lot of people put in a lot of 
work to make this night happen. It's a 
part of the college experience and I'm 
happy that we are part of that experi- 
ence." 

Amid the fanfare, the men's basket- 
ball team was introduced and wowed 
the crowed with a slam dunk exhibition, 
followed by a 10-minute scrimmage. 
Guard Laron Profit started of the Terps 
with a slam and threw his arms up to 
energize the crowd. He was followed 
each of his teammates as the crowd 
grew in to a frenzy. 

The celebration of Terrapin basketball 
included raucous fans, the Maryland 
cheerleaders and dance line, a local 
radio station and contests and give- 
aways for all 12,000 fans in attendance. 



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Director of Athletics 



If effectiveness is measured by how 
an administrator makes a difference, 
then Deborah A. Yow's first two years 
in College Park rate her at the top of 
the scale. 

Appointed Director of Athletics on 
August 15, 1994, Yow took over m 
College Park at the busiest time of the 
year — just when the 24-sport program 
and the school year were getting under- 
way. Yow immediately set about balanc- 
ing the budget, a formidable task when 
combined with demands for continued 
on-field success. 

Yow indicates, "We run a tight ship 
within UM athletics... with increased 
accountability and outcomes throughout 
the department." 

The proof of her effectiveness is in the 
results. The athletic department bal- 
anced its budget for a second-straight 
year in 1995-96 and she won the 
approval of the Board of Regents with a 
plan to eradicate the long-term debt of 
the department. In 1995, Terrapin teams 
accounted for the most successful com- 
petitive autumn in memory. Both soccer 
teams qualified for NCAA Tournaments, 
as did field hockey and volleyball. 
Football enjoyed its first wirming season 
in five years while the men's basketball 
team qualified for its third-straight 
NCAA Tournament appearance, helping 
the athletic program rank among the top 
20 in the Sears Cup competition. 

Maryland again hosted the NCAA 
Men's Lacrosse Championships. In the 
last two years, 160,000 people spent 
their Memorial Day weekends in 
College Park watching lacrosse's pre- 
mier event. Both men's and women's 
lacrosse teams earned number-one 
rankings during their seasons as the 
women's squad accumulated back-to- 
back national championships and unde- 
feated seasons. 

Off the field, Maryland earned recog- 
nition for Its graduation rates with 
inclusion on the College Football 
Association Honor Roll in 1994 and 
1996. The NCAA rated the football pro- 
gram among the nation's top 20 teams 
in graduation rates in 1995. 

Appointed athletic director at St. Louis 
University in 1990, she gained national 
recognition with the hiring of men's 
basketball coach Charlie Spoonhour in 
1992. Graduation rates of student-ath- 
letes increased to 92 percent during her 
tenure. Her leadership allowed Saint 
Louis to enjoy a competitive rebirth in 



Maryland 

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 Dnskell 

1949-1956 

James Tatum 

1956-1969 

William Cobey 

19691978 

James Kehoe 

1978-1979 

Carl James 

1980-1981 

James Kehoe 

1981-1986 

Richard Dull 

1987-1990 

Lew Perkms 

1990-1994 

Andy Geiger 

1994-Present 

Deborah A. Yow 




Athletics Director Debbie Yow 



basketball and become a leader nation- 
ally in game attendance with a new 
20,000 seat facility 

Prior to becoming an athletic director, 
the indomitable Yow had a highly suc- 
cessful career as basketball coach. She 
is the first coach in NCAA history to 
lead previously unranked teams to top 
20 rankings at three different Division I 
schools. She coached at the University 
of Kentucky, Oral Roberts University 
and the University of Florida after 
coaching at Burlington and Eastern 
GuUford high schools in North Carolina. 

Her administrative career began in 
1985 when she moved from basketball 
coach to assistant director of the 



University of Florida's Gator Boosters, 
Inc. In 1987, she became as associate 
director of athletics at the University of 
North Carolina-Greensboro before going 
to St. Louis in 1990. 

Yow is an important intercollegiate 
athletic voice. Besides being the first 
woman to serve an Atlantic Coast 
Conference school as athletic director, 
she is one of only three females in 
Division I-A to hold that title. She holds 
positions on the College Football 
Association Board of Directors and on 
the board of the Sears Cup. Yow repre- 
sents the Atlantic Coast Conference on 
the NCAA Management Council. She is 
married to Dr. William W. Bowden, III. 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Danita DeHaney 

Senior Associate Athletic Director 

Danita DeHaney and the Maryland colors go 
well together - her involvement with College 
Park athletics goes back almost two decades. 

DeHaney assists the athletic director in the 
overall administration of the athletic depart- 
ment, including performance management, 
overseeing the supervision of 22 varsity 
sports, staff development and outcomes 
assessment. As part of her position, she 
directs a department-wide Continuous Quality 
Improvement program. She also assists in the 
solicitation of gifts for the capital campaign, 
coordinating her efforts through the Athletic 
Advancement Office. In addition, she serves as 
the department's equity officer. 

A cheerleader as a undergraduate, she was 
elected as the captain of the squad her senior 
season. She earned her Bachelor's Degree from 
the College of Business and Management, 
with a concentration in personnel and labor 
relations, in 1981. 

For 1 1 years prior to her appointment at 
Maryland in June, 1995, she worked for 
Learning International of Stamford, Conn., as a 
senior executive developing, implementing 
and selling training systems to improve orga- 
nizational performance. 

Jamie Pollard 

Associate Athletic Director for Administration 

Jamie PoUard serves as the chief financial 
officer for the Department of Athletics and is a 
Certified Public Accountant. He is responsible 
for overseeing the business and facility opera- 
tions of the department. 

PoUard received his Bachelor's Degree in 
Accounting from the University of Wisconsin at 
Oskosh and immediately went to work as a 
staff accountant at Arthur Andersen & Co. m 
Milwaukee. In 1989, he was appointed 
Associate Director of Athletics for Business and 
Finance at Saint Louis University where he 
oversaw finances and directly supervised six 
intercollegiate sports. He assumed his present 
position at Maryland in September of 1994. 

Pollard is an outstanding distance runner, 
having won the 1987 NCAA 5,000 meter 
championship and earning NCAA All-America 
status. He competed in the Boston Marathon 
in 1996. He is married to Texas native Ellen 
Mouch Pollard. 

R.D. Hell 

Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs 

R.D. Helt was appointed Associate Director 
of Athletics for External Operations in May of 
1996 after serving as Assistant Director of 
Athletics for Marketing and Promotions during 
the 1995-96 academic year. Under Helt's direc- 
tion, Maryland led the nation in average per 
game attendance increase for football during 
the 1995 season and the marketing staff 
achieved the highest totals for corporate spon- 
sors in Maryland history. In his new role, Helt 
will oversee the marketing, ticket, develop- 
ment and media relations area. 

Helt began his career at Maryland as the 
administrative assistant to Head Coach Mark 



Duffner in 1994. Previously, he had performed 
marketing and promotions duties at both Ohio 
State and Kent State after graduating from 
Missouri Western State College in 1985. From 
1988 to 1994, Helt was the recruiting coordina- 
tor for football at the University of Kansas, 
playing a role in the emergence of the 
Jayhawks. At Ohio State, where he earned a 
Master's Degree in Sports Administration, Helt 
was responsible for the marketing of women's 
basketball. He was Assistant Director of mar- 
keting at Kent State where he worked with 
both the football and basketball teams. 

Helt and his wife, Nikki, have one son, 
Christopher. 

Patricia NIcol 

Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Women's 
Administrator 

Patricia Nicol's outstanding competitive 
record, as an administrator and a student-ath- 
lete, brought her to Maryland as assistant ath- 
letic director for seven sports, and as senior 
women's administrator. Nicol came to 
Maryland after a successful tenure as 
Associate athletic director and SWA at provi- 
dence College from 1990-96. During her time at 
providence, she was responsible for compli- 
ance and oversaw the operation of six varsity 
sports, two of which were nationally ranked. 

Nicol will oversee seven of the most suc- 
cessful sports at Maryland. She is in charge of 
the nationally ranked women's lacrosse, soccer 
and field hockey teams, the nationally ranked 
men's lacrosse team and the nationally recog- 
nized women's basketball, volleyball and gym- 
nastics teams. Nicol accompanied the 
women's lacrosse team to the NCAA Final 
Four as the Terps won their second consecu- 
tive national championship. 

She was an outstanding track and field per- 
former as an undergraduate at the University 
of Rhode Island. She earned both her bache- 
lor's and masters degree from the university 
and was admitted to the schools athletic Hall 
of Fame in 1990. She served as the head coun- 
try and women's track and field coach at West 
Virginia University from 1983-1984 and was 
successful in national prep ranks before 
accepting her position at Providence in 1990. 

Nicol is a native of Providence and has two 
children, Christine, 12, and Michael, 10. 

Gothard Lane 

Assistant Athletic Director for Varsity Sports 

Gothard Lane's career at Maryland Includes 
roles as coach and administrator and spans 22 
years. He currently oversees 13 varsity sports 
and coordinates championship events for the 
department. He served as the director of the 
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships in 1994, 
1995 and 1996 which set the all-time atten- 
dance records for the sport. 

Lane began his career at Maryland as an 
assistant football coach under Jerry Claiborne 
in 1973. He coached under Claiborne until 
1982 when he was named Assistant Athletic 
Director for Varsity Sports. During his coaching 
tenure the Terps played in seven bowl games 
and won three Atlantic Coast Conference 



championships. In 1976, the Terps completed 
an undefeated, untied regular season, 11-0, 
and played in the Cotton Bowl. Prior to coach- 
ing at Maryland, Lane coach at both Tulane 
and Virginia Tech. 

Lane is a graduate of Randolph-Macon 
College where he played football and earned his 
bachelor's degree in English literature. He and 
his wife, Mary Lou, live in Chesapeake Beach. 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston 

Assistant Athletic Director 
for Student Services 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston oversees the 
student-athlete's educational and medical 
well-being as the manager of the Athletic 
Student Services Unit. Adams-Gaston, a psy- 
chologist, 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 the academic support 
unit. She was appointed assistant athletic 
director in 1992 taking on her current expand- 
ed duties including oversight of the Academic 
Support Unit, Athletic Medicine and Strength 
and Conditioning units. 

Under her guidance, the Academic Support 
Unit has stepped to the forefront among the 
major university and colleges in the nation. 
The Academic Support Unit provides many 
benefits to Maryland student-athletes includ- 
ing personal academic assessment, academic 
advising and counseling, supervised study, 
learning and study skills programs and com- 
puter training and usage. 

Adams-Gaston earned her bachelor's degree 
in biology from the University of Dubuque in 
1978. She earned her master's degree in clini- 
cal psychology from Loras College in 1980 and 
her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Iowa 
State in 1983. Adams-Gaston served as the 
chair of the College Park campus women's 
commission in 1994-96. 

Javaune and her husband, Dimitri, have 
three children and live in Silver Spring, Md. 

Rob Mullens 

Assistant Athletic Director for Business 

Rob Mullens is in charge of the day-to-day 
activities of the athletic business office. He rec- 
ommends and implements accounting proce- 
dures, monitors monthly expenses and assists 
the Associate Director for Administration in the 
overall financial administration of the athletics 
department. 

He graduated cum laude in 1991 from West 
Virginia with a degree in business administra- 
tion. He later earned a Master's Degree in 
Sports Management at WVU in 1993. He came 
to Maryland from Miami of Florida where he 
was senior business manager and the chief 
budget officer for athletics. Mullens also 
worked for the accounting firm of Ernst and 
Young (1991-92) and served as a student assis- 
tant in the Sports Communications office at 
West Virginia (1989-91). He served as a gradu- 
ate assistant to the Assistant Athletic Director 
for Business at West Virginia (1992-93) and 
was an intern for the Senior Associate Director 
of Athletics at Kentucky (1993). 



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Athletic Department 



DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 

Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 

Joyce Taylor, Secretary (301) 314-7075 

Danita DeHaney, Senior Associate Director of Athletics 

Renee Mahaffey, Secretary 314-8678 

Jamie Pollard, Associate Director 

of AtUetics for Administration 

Lori Panko, Major Gift Processor 405-0572 

Patricia Nicol, Assistant Director 

of Athletics/Senior Women's Administrator 314-6969 

ADVANCEMENT 

R.D. Helt, Associate Director 

of Athetics for Advancement 314-7073 

Julie Patterson, Advancement Assistant 314-7077 

MAJOR GIFTS 

Greg Manning, Director of Major Gifts 314-7014 

Craig Brooks, Assistant Director of Major Gifts 405-0735 

Cheryl Harirson, Assistant Director of Major Gifts 405-0729 

M-CLUB AND SPECIAL EVENTS 

David Diehl, Director 

TERRAPIN CLUB 

Stephen Hays, Director of the Annual Fund 314-7019 

Gib Romaine, Assistant Director, Terrapin Club 314-7162 

Dana Delaney, Secretary 314-7020 

Melissa Whisnant, Gift Processor 314-7032 

MARKETING 

Neal Eskin, Director of Marketing 

Robert Butcher, Assistant Director of Marketing 

Rich McGill, Assistant Director of Marketing 314-7073 

BUSINESS OFFICE 

Rob Mullins, Assistant Director 
of Athletics for Business 314-7046 

COMPLIANCE AND CERTIFICATION 

Patricia Nicol, Interim Director 

of Compliance and Certification 
Jane Pearson, Certification Coordinator 
Kara Schmidt, Assistant Certification Coordinator 314-7081 

EQUIPMENT MANAGE R 

Ron Ohringer, Director 
John Bowie, Basketball.. 

GOLF COURSE MANA 

Tom Hanna 

GROUNDS STAFF 

Bunk Carter, Head Grou. 
Bill Reinhol, Assistant Gi 

OPERATIONS AMD FA 

Curt Callahan, Director 

Gary Parker, Assistant 314-7126 



Ron Ohringer, Director 

John Bowie, Basketball 

GOLF COURSE MANAGER 


314-7331 


Tom Hanna 


403-4299 


GROUNDS STAFF 


Bunk Carter, Head Groundskeeper 

Bill Reinhol, Assistant Grounds Keeper 


314-7383 


OPERATIONS AND FACILITIES 



SPORTS MEDICINE 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 314-9905 

J.J. Bush, Men's Basketballs 14-7132 

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 

Dwight Gait, Director 314-9927 

STUDENT SERVICES 

Javaune Adams Gaston, Assistant Director 

of Athletics for Student Services 
John Bowman 
Liz Friedman 
Don Pearman 
Heather Lowe 314-9662 

TICKET OFFICE 

Jack Zane, Director 314-7083 

Kyle Kravchuk, Assistant 405-9273 

VARSITY SPORTS 

Gothard Lane, Assistant Director of Attiletics 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 

Tom Hanna, Coach 403-4299 

Gynmastics 

Bob Nelligan, Coach 314-7007 

Lacrosse (Men's) 

DickEdell, Coach 314-7114 

Lacrosse (Women's) 

Cindy Timchal, Coach 314-4273 

Soccer (men's) 

Sasho Cirovski, Coach 314-4161 

Soccer (women's) 

Alan Kirkup, Coach 314-7034 

Softball 

Gma 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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The Maryland Educational Foundation 



Endowment gifts to Terrapin Athletics, through the 
Maryland Educational Foundation offer financial growth 
keeping the Terps successful into the future. While concern 
for today's financial needs are great, the MEF recognizes the 
importance of preparing for a healthy future for the athletic 
department. 

The MEF concentrates on generating planned/deferred gifts 
for the endowment of the Terrapin athletic family. This focus 
is vitally important to the development of the financially 
secure future for the program. 

There are a variety of ways a donor can contribute to the 
endowment program. Cash gifts may be made to the MEF 
with designation of the gift to the scholarship fund or for capi- 
tal improvement. Other gifts may be made through securities 
and stock, real estate or personal property, bequests, Ufe 
insurance and charitable remainder trusts. 

For more information about the MEF, please call Greg 
Manning in the Athletic development Office at (301) 314-7020. 

The Major Gifts Program 
for Terrapin Athletics 

An investment in Terrapin Athletics - the continued excel- 
lence of Maryland Athletics will in no small measure be 
ensured by the support it receives through private gifts 
beyond the annual Terrapin Club contributions. 

Cash gifts for the improvement of capital projects truly dis- 
tinguishes a great institution's athletic program, thus 
guaranteeing a future as rich as its past. 



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

The Athletic Department's Major Gifts Development staff 
will work with you and your financial advisor, attorney or 
accountant to customize your gift for inclusion in your athletic 
portfolio. 

For more information on the Athletic Department's Major 
Gifts program, please call (301) 314-7020. 
Greg Manning Director of Major Gifts 

Cheryl Harrison Assistant Director of Major Gifts 

Craig Brooks Assistant Director of Major Gifts 

M Club Foundation 

The M Club Foundation, Inc. of the University of Maryland 
is one of the oldest letterwinner organizations of its kind in 
the nation. Founded in 1923 by Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd, the M 
Club strives to promote goodwill and friendship among the 
former student-athletes and to provide athletic scholarships 
and operational support funds to the Athletic Department. 

The M Club founded the Umversity of Maryland Athletic 
HaU of Fame and inducts new members at the Annual Sports 
Awards banquet held each spring while honoring current and 
past student athletes. 

Become a part of an support Maryland's rich athletic tradi- 
tion with a donation and receive the benefits of active mem- 
bership. Call David Diehl, M Club Director, at (301) 314-5372 
for information. 




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Academic Support 



Assisting Dr. Adams-Gaston are four experienced assistants. 



Towards a student-athlete's development, ASU provides: 

■ Personal academic assessment 

■ Academic advising and counseling 

■ Supervised study 

■ Learning and study skills programs 

■ Computer training and usage 

■ Group and individual tutormg 

■ Career mentonng 

■ Summer internships 

There is an msistence in the Maryland basketball program that stu- 
dent-athletes get a degree in a career field that will enhance their life 
after College Park. The msistence is underhned by Coach WiUiams and 
his staff, by the athletic administration and by the Acadermc Support 
Unit of the Department of Athletics. 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, educator and 
clinical psychologist, is the Assistant Athletic 
Duector for Athletic Student Services. She over- 
sees the student-athlete's educational and med- 
ical well-being by her management of the 
Academic Support Unit and the Athletic 
Medicme support staff. 

A 1978 graduate of the Umversity of Dubuque 
with a B.S. m biology, psychology and general 
sciences, she earned her Master's degree in 
Clinical Psychology from Loras College in 1980 
and her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology from 
Iowa State m 1983. She was appointed to direct 
student counseUng m the athletic department m 
1988. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston regularly provides time for individual student-ath- 
letes as educational advisor and counselor. Her hands-on approach 
extends to a thorough series of seminars she and her staff hold that 
train the student-athlete m pertinent education beyond the classroom. 
Sermnars cover time management, study skills, stress management, 
motivation, drug education, career plannmg and vocational mentor ship. 
The school year begins for newly recruited student-athletes with not 
only an academic orientation program, but also a seminar on inter-act- 
ing with the news media by nationally known expert Kathleen Hessert. 




Dr. Javaune 
Adams-Gaston 



College Paik Academic Suppoit 



Towards a Good Start 

The Acadermc Support Unit will teach an onentation course for fresh- 
man student athletes (Education 108, Orientation to the Umversity) to 
start the fall semester. The program wUl be taught by the Academic 
Support staff and concentrated on skills and development issues. The 
course is mtended to make the transition to college Ufe user friendly. 

The program allows the newcomer to balance their dual roles of acade- 
mics and athletics in an unfamUiai environment. Student athletes are 
taught organizational skills, which include note taking, time management, 
pro-active planning, learning strategies, test-taking, and writing skiUs. 
Making the first year special at Maryland 

The Umversity's First Yeeir 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 acquainted with the cam- 
pus's most important resource-its faculty — First Year Focus provides the 
student with the opportunity to study with a member of the faculty m a 
small class, appropnate for first year students, devoted to that faculty 
member's scholarly interests. 

The University invites the new student to participate in an itmovative 
program called Connections: Course Clusters, which enables them to 
enroU in a variety of thematically related courses, supplemented by a 
one-credit linking seminar. Course Clusters not only allows the new stu- 
dent to examine a given subject mtensely from a variety of disciplinary 
perspectives, but will also give you the opportimity to develop a net- 
work of friends who share intellectual mterests. 

The Student Government Association arranges for the new student to 
participate in its First Year Books activities. SGA selects a noteworthy 
book which it hopes will be an intellectual starting point for the incom- 
ing class of students. Many courses adopt it and mcorporate it into their 
curricula. The book inevitably becomes subject to campus-wide debate 
in seminars, 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 




John Bowman 




Liz Friedman 




Don Pearman 




John Bowman is Associate Director for 
Student Services for Academic Support. He 
returned to Academic Support Unit in 1994 
after spending three years in the Office of 
Undergraduate Admissions. He had previously 
been Senior Advisor in Academic Support from 
1987 through 1991. He was also an Athletic 
Advisor m 1986 in the Department of Under- 
graduate Studies, and a coordinator in the 
campus's Intensive Education Development 
Program (1979-1986). 

A 1969 graduate of OberUn, he earned a 
Master's in Education from Case-Western 
Reserve in 1976. 

Liz Friedman begms her fifth year as a full- 
time athletic department employee after four 
years of assisting student-athletes on a part- 
time basis in the ASU. A native of RockvtUe, 
Md., and a graduate of College Park, she coordi- 
nates the Academic Support Umt's satisfactory 
progress momtoring system for all athletes, and 
works daily with the football team in all aspects 
of acadermc support. The monitoring system is 
effective because of the fuU commumcation 
between the ASU staff, the faculty, and stu- 
dent-athletes. 

Don Pearman is in his fourth year at College 
Park, but his experience m the University 
System numbers five years. Pearman works 
directly with the men's basketball team on a 
year-round support system. He formerly was 
program director of the Meyerhoff Scholarships 
at the University of Maryland at Baltimore 
County campus. A model program of mmority 
recruitment in the fields of mathmatics and sci- 
ence, the Meyerhoff program is widely emulat- 
ed. In the ASU, Pearmen is responsible for post- 
graduate scolarship endeavors, the unit's tutori- 
al 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 
counseling from St. Lavinence University. 

Heather Lowe is in her second year as an Academic Counselor in 
the ASU. She eaerned her bachelor's degree from Syracuse University 
in 1992 and her master's degree m college student personnel services 
from the University of Louisville in 1994. After serving for one year as 
a graduate assisant m the Academic Services for Athletics Offices at 
Louisville, she spent a year coordinating the career services program 
for the Athletic Academic Support Unit at Florida State. At Maryland, 
her main responsibUites include working with various sports, coordi- 
nating the progress reports sent out to the faculty each semester to 
track student athlete progress, and collecting the AESPC forms used 
to track satisfactory progress. 



allow the vast resources of a research university with some of the inti- 
macy 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 enter- 
ing first-year students with the nch texture of academic life at the uni- 
versity. The program encourages students who share common intellec- 
tual interests to study together in courses organized around common 
themes and to live toothier in a selected residence haU. The Scholars 
program provides a focus for study, advising and a variety of education- 
al and social activities. 

The University Honors Program provides the university's most acad- 
emically talented students a chaUenging and exciting range of seminar- 
style classes, a close-knit community, and contact with outstanding fac- 
ulty. Typically, freshmen and sophomores broaden their intellectual hori- 
zons in a wide variety of specially designed Honors seminars and 
Honors versions of regular courses, most of which fulfill general educa- 
tion requirements. A Honors lecture series, a literary magazme as well 
as a vibrant social and cultural 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. 



Heather Lowe 



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Strength and Conditioning 



College Basketball has evolved to the 
point 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 physi- 
cal strength and conditioning. A height- 
ened spirit of determination by each 
member of the basketball team has 
brought about spectacular achieve- 
ments in the weight room and on the 
basketball court. 

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

Maryland's year round strength and 
conditionmg program for basketball is 
coordinated by Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach Dwight Gait. Gait 
works extensively with the men's bas- 
ketball team, teaching plyometrics, 
Olympic training, explosive free weight 
training, motivational 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 cen- 
tered around a power style of training 
emphasizing explosive power, flexibility, 
body strength, agility and pre- and in- 
season conditioning. 

Gait's explosive power philosophy has 
been derived from the game of basket- 
ball. All of the quick starts, stops, sprints 
and jumps that are routine on a basket- 
ball court are power movements. Thus, 
the Terps' workouts rely heavily on 
explosive free weight training. The work- 
outs also center around strength train- 
ing, including squat, bench and deadlifts. 

The conditioning program plays a 
large role in preparing the Terps for the 
court. Pre-season workouts begin short- 
ly after classes commence in September. 
During the pre-season, the team lifts 
weights and follows 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 
specific agility movement. 

The Terp basketball players are fortu- 
nate to train in two of the premier 
weight training faculties in the country. 




The main Maryland Weight Room fea- 
tures 7,200 square feet of space that 
holds advanced training equipment 
which caters to the specific needs of 
basketbaU. A main component in this 
facility is the free weight equipment, 
including ten mammoth power racks, 
Olympic platforms and 1 1 tons of free 
weights. State-of-the-art selectrolyzed 
and plate loaded equipment further give 
the student/athlete the chance to better 
themselves. 

Another outstanding facility available 
to the team is the basketball 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 basketball players are 
now better prepared to be on the bas- 
ketball court because of their strength 
and conditioning program, and because 
of that, have realized an increase in per- 
formance on the court. 

Dwight Gait was 
named to head the 
strength and condi- 
tioning unit on 
January 2, 1994. 
Gait came to work 
as an assistant 
strength and condi- 
tioning coach on a 
part-time basis. He 
assumed a full-time 
position in 1989. During that time, he 




Dwight Gault 



worked extensively with the Washington 
Capitals of the National Hockey League. 

Gait supervises all of the strength and 
conditioning training for the football and 
basketball programs and coordinates 
the training of Maryland's entire 24 
sport intercollegiate athletic 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 basketball programs. 
In 1984, he worked with Maryland's 
ACC and Sun Bowl Championship foot- 
ball team. He has also worked with the 
Terps 1985, 1994 and 1995 NCAA 
Basketball Tournament teams. 

Gait earned his B.S. degree is busi- 
ness management from Maryland in 
1981 and his M.S. in exercise physiology 
from Maryland in 1989. 

Gait, 37, and his wife, Jan, have four 
children. Angle, 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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K 



Dr. William E. Kirwan. 
President 
University of 
Maryland-College Park 



fter 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 pres- 
ident of the universi- 
ty on February 1, 
1989. He served as acting president of 
the university from August 1, 1988, until 
the time of his appointment as president. 

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

In 1981, he was appointed vice chan- 
cellor for academic affairs. College 
Park's chief academic post. As vice 
chancellor, Dr Kirwan raised admission 
standards, increased the number of 
merit scholarships and graduate fellow- 
ships, and established an academic 
planning process. 

During his tenure as president of the 
university. Dr. Kirwan has played a piv- 
otal role in all of the university's most 
significant initiatives, including: an 
increased emphasis on graduate educa- 
tion; selective enhancement of academ- 
ic programs; recruitment and retention 
of distinguished faculty; achievement of 
diversity goals for underrepresented 
minorities, and a national capital cam- 
paign in excess of $200 million. 

Dr. Kirwan is known for his abUity to 
see beyond the institutions day-to-day 
problems, and for his talent as a consen- 
sus builder among the large and divers 
campus community. Under his leader- 
ship, the university undertook a major 
restructuring of its academic organiza- 
tion, going from a divisional system to a 
more traditional 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 academ- 
ic offerings through the elimination of a 
college, seven departments, and 32 
degree programs. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of various 
honorary and professional societies, 
including Phi Beta Kappa, the American 



Mathematical Society, and the 
Mathematical Association of America. 
He is the co-editor of the book 
Advances 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 200 committee, a task force 
created by the National Research 
Council (NRO) to improve mathematics 
education in the nation's colleges and 
universities during the next decade, and 
he currently serves on the NRC's 
Committee on Undergraduate 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 Institute, 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 (NASUL- 
GC) 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. 

Because of his contributions 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 undergraduate 
class. Whenever possible, he schedules 
time to enjoy a classical music concert 
and tries to find an hour or two each 
week to escape to a convenient tennis 
court where he is known as a very com- 
petitive tennis player. 

Dr. Kirwan is married to the former 
Patricia Harper of Lexington, Kentucky. 
They have two children: a son, William 
E. Kirwan III, 30, a Washington architect 
who earned his baccalaureate and mas- 
ter's degrees from the university, and a 
daughter, Ann Elizabeth, 25, who also 
graduated 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 

Michael C. Gelman 

Montgomery County 

Dr. Wendell M. Holloway 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable Harry R. Hughes 

Baltimore City 

Ms. Ann Hull 

Prince George's County 

Mr. Kevin Lawrence 

Prince George's County 

Mr. Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 

Anne Arundel County 

Ms. Constance M. Unsold 

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 

Joseph Vivona 

Vice Chancellor for Administration and 
Finance 

Univef sity Administration 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant to the President 

J. Terrence Roach 

Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr. Nelson G. Markley 

Dr. Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice President for Institutional Advancement 

Dr. William L Thomas, Jr. 

Vice President for Student Affairs 



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The University of Maryland 




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 
little colleges had sprung up over the state, many with 
state support, but many of them disappearing within a few 
years. Then in 1859, a different kind of institution 
appeared at College Park — the Maryland Agricultural 
College — the third such college in the world, created main- 
ly for farmers' sons. The college was established by 
Charles Benedict Calvert, a wealthy planter from nearby 
Riversdale — now Riverdale — and later a congressman. 
Calvert built a handsome Gothic dormitory-classroom 
structure located in a grove of trees near the present 
Morrill Hall, and he divided the land down the Baltimore- 
Washington Turnpike into small plots where each of the 
50-or-so students experimented with a different crop. After 
the Civil War, the institution became a land-grant college, 
with small appropriations from Washington. The little col- 
lege began to grow in about 1900 when agricultural exper- 
iments 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 graduate work began. 
In 1920, the college combined with the long established 
professional schools of Baltimore and changed its name to 
the University of Maryland. Growth accelerated after 1935 




Facts & 
Figures 

Maryland ranked in 
the top 25th nation- 
ally m the U.S. 
News and World 
Report rankings of 
Colleges of 
Business and 
Engineering. 

Maryland, in statis- 
tics compiled by the 
National Research 
Council (NRC) 
ranked 18 of the 
graduate programs 
as "strong" or 
"excellent". 

According to the 
NRC Maryland 
ranked among the 
10 best public uni- 
versities m 
Computer Science, 
Physics, 
Mathematics, 
Electrical 
Engineering, 
Economics and 
Oceanography. 

Maryland's College 
of Journalism was 
ranked by the 
Gannett Foundation 
as one of 11 exem- 
plary programs 
nationally. 

Maryland was cho- 
sen by Money mag- 
azine as one of the 
100 "Best Buys" 
nationally, 

Maryland was one 
of only nine top- 
ranked honors pro- 
grams in Ivy 
League Programs at 
State School Prices. 

Maryland ranked 
eighth in the nation 
in number of 
Fulbright 

Scholarships award- 
ed (28 m 1994-95). 

Maryland is in the 
top three of non-his- 
torically black msti- 
tutions in number of 
African-Americans 
receiving bachelor's 
degrees. 

Maryland is second 
in the U.S. among 
non-historically 
black institutions in 



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graduating African- 
Americans m sci- 
ence and engineer- 
ing, according to a 
recent National 
Science Foundation 
report. 

Maryland is second 
in the U.S. among 
non-histoncally 
black institutions in 
number of African- 
Amencan graduates 
who go on to earn 
doctorates, accord- 
ing to the National 
Research Council. 

Maryland won the 
1996 Boemg award 
for most outstand- 
ing engineermg 
education program 
in the nation. 

Maryland's student 
team won the 
national Texas 
Instruments 
"Digital Signal 
Processors Solutions 
Challenge," and fin- 
ished in the top 
three in the interna- 
tional round, out of 
230 teams. 

Maryland serves as 
a magnet to attract 
major facilities to 
the region (National 
Archives, Food and 
Drug Administration, 
etc.). 

1,568 student- 
athletes named to 
Scholar Athlete 
Honor Roll (3.0-^ 
GPA) in last decade. 

1995 overall athletic 
graduation rate, 
68%, exceeds over- 
all University gradu- 
ation rate (66%), 
and has mcreased 
from 55% m 1991 
(students entering 
in 1984-85). 

Created a 
Returning Student 
Athlete academic 
program that has to 
date graduated 12 
of the 27 former 
athletes enrolled m 
the program. 

Established earlier 
and more stringent 
admissions and aca- 




when the politically astute football 
coach, H.C. "Curley" Byrd, became 
president, added scores of new pro- 
grams, and won national football 
championships. In the 1950s and 
1960s, President Wilson H. Elkms 
maintained the rapid growth and 
College Park became one of the 
largest campuses in the nation. 
President Elkins, a Rhodes Scholar, 
transformed the institution's public 
image to one of high academic 
integrity. In the 1970s and 1980s, the 
University's graduate and research 
programs flourished. In 1988, the 
General Assembly of Maryland com- 
bined six state colleges with the five 
campuses of the University of 
Maryland, and specifically charged 
College Park with the role of leader- 
ship in the revamped system. 

Picture a university so comprehen- 
sive that it offers degrees in 98 disci- 
plines, so technologically advanced 
that it manages specially-designed 
research facilities not found on any 
other campus in the country and 
boasts a telecommunications system 
which serves as a model for universi- 
ties 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 
classes have fewer then 30 students. 

That's a snapshot of the University 
of Maryland at College Park, the flag- 
ship 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 percent of uni- 
versities invited to 
join Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

Baccalaureate 
Choices: Degrees 
offered in 98 disci- 
plines; pre-profes- 



sional programs in 
dental hygiene, 
dentistry, law, 
medical technolo- 
gy, medicine, nurs- 
ing, optometry, 
osteopathic medi- 
cine, pharmacy, 
physical therapy 
and pediatric med- 
icine. 
Dramatic 
Moments: Find 
them in the 1,350 
seat Tawes 
Theater, the stage 
for major theatrical 
productions and 
special events. 
Faculty Facts: 



Full-time, 1,998; 
part-time 544; stu- 
dent/faculty ratio, 
14/1. 

Getting There: 
The MARC train 
offers public trans- 
portation from 
CoUege Park to 
Baltimore's 
Camden Station, 
next to Orioles 
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 tran- 
sit system ride 
away from College 
Park. 

Ideas: More than 
100 active patent 
disclosures by uni- 
versity inventors 
are managed 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 
nations' top com- 
munications pro- 
grams by the 
Gannett Center for 
Media Studies. 
Library Holdings: 
Largest academic 
research library 
system in 
Washington metro- 
politan area. There 
are 2.8 million vol- 
umes in libraries 
and 4.6 million 
Items on microfilm. 
Nationally Noted: 
A dozen academic 



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departments and 
programs at 
College Park are 
placed in 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: S36 miUion 
campus recreation 
center and $100 
million 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, pub- 
lished aimually by 
the Center for 
College Enrollment 
Studies. 





demic eligibility 
standards than 
NCAA require- 
ments. 

Established a well- 
hinded academic 
support program. 

In 1995, Maryland 
was one of the first 
to gam full, uncon- 
ditional NCAA certi- 
fication m Athletics. 

Maryland holds a 
leaderslup role m 
the governance of 
the NCAA. 
University President 
WiUiam E. Kirwan 
and Athletic 
Director Deborah A. 
Yom? are national 
voices in the imple- 
mentation of NCAA 
pohcy. 

Maryland ranked 
48th nationally for 
the Sears Directors 
Cup m 1993-94, 
57th m 1994-95, and 
in 1995-96 ranked 
34th. The cup is an 
assessment of over- 
all competitive per- 
formance of athletic 
programs. 

hi the U.S. News 
and World report 
rankmgs of under- 
graduate programs 
released m the fall 
of 1996, the univer- 
sity's College of 
Business and 
Management is 
ranked 20th m the 
nation. In the cate- 
gory of engineering 
schools with engi- 
neering schools 
with Ph.D programs, 
Maryland's A. James 
Clark School of 
Engineering, which 
ranked 25th the pre- 
vious year, moved 
up to 24th nationally. 

The Princeton 
Review's Guide to 
the Best Business 
Schools ranked the 
College of Business 
and Management in 
the top 10 in 10 out 
of 30 categones. It 
was ranked No. 1 
for accounting and 
No. 8 m "Best 
OveraU Skills." In 



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"The Best Business 
Schools: A Market- 
Based Approach," a 
study conducted by 
two academics from 
Columbia and Yale, 
the college was 
ranked 20th out of 
85 school surveyed. 
The college was 
also named by 
Business Week 
Magazme as one of 
f the top 20 quality 
busmess schools 
offering consumers 
the "most bang for 
the buck." 

The university's 
honors program 
was one of only 
nine m the U.S. to 
receive the top 
three-star rating on 
the ARCO's guide, 
Ivy League 
Programs at State 
School Pnces. 

Each year smce 
1992, when the 
rankings were first 
pubUshed, Black 
Issue m Higher 
Education has cited 
the University of 
Maryland at College 
Park as one of the 
national leaders m 
the number of bac- 
calaureate and doc- 
toral degrees 
awarded the black 
students. 

hi a 1995 study, the 
Department of 
Criminal Justice 
and Crimmology 
has been ranked 
the highest quahty 
research program in 
the nation by the 
Journal of Crimmal 
Justice Education. 

The Department of 
Art History of been 
ranked among the 
top Art History pro- 
grams at state insti- 
tutions by the 
national Academy of 
Sciences Conference 
Board of Assoaated 
Research Councils. 
The program tied for 
seventh nationally 

Computerworld 
Magazine ranked 
the College of 
Business and 




The 

University at 
College Park 

The University 
of Maryland 
at College 
Park serves as the 
state's primary 
center for gradu- 
ate study and 
research, provides 
undergraduate 
instruction across 
a broad spectrum 
of academic disci- 
plines and extends 
its vast inteUectual 
resources to the 
community 
through iimovative 
projects designed 
to serve individu- 
als, governments 
and the private 
sector throughout 
the state of 
Maryland, the 
nation and the 
world. 



Today's com- 
prehensive public 
research university 
for the state of 
Maryland had its 
origin in 1859 as 
the Maryland 
Agricultural 
College, the third 
such state institu- 
tion the world. It 
became one of the 
nation's original 
land-grant institu- 
tions in 1862. The 
state assumed 
authority in 1920, 
joining College 
Park with the pro- 
fessional schools 
in Baltimore to 
forma an expand- 
ed University of 
Maryland. 

With students 
and faculty drawn 
to Maryland from 
aU 50 states and 
110 countries. 
College Park is 
home to a rich mix 



of social, intellec- 
tual and cultural 
perspectives. 

Among public 
research universi- 
ties in the 
Association of 
American 
Universities, 
CoUege Park ranks 
first In percentage 
of African 
American under- 
graduate students. 
Also, the universi- 
ty has the largest 
number of African 
American and 
other minority fac- 
ulty members 
among its peers. 
Such facts, illus- 
trate College 
Park's progress 
toward becoming 
a national model 
of diversity. 

Rated as one of 
the 20 top-funded 
universities by the 
National Science 



■UUnrUINDBASKETBALL 



The University of Maryland 




College Park is a 
national center of 
innovative scientif- 
ic and engineering 
research. Such 
programs 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 
Win Tunnel is the 
most advanced 
aerodynamic test- 
ing facility of its 
kind on any uni- 
versity campus. In 
the wind tunnel, 
researchers per- 
form airflow tests 
on state-of-the-art 
designs for such 
products as auto- 
mobiles, aircraft 
wings, telephone 
cables, signs and 
power lines. 
Another one-of- 
kind is the Neutral 
Buoyancy Facility 
which resembles 
weightlessness for 
space research. 

Recalling its 
founding as a land 
grant institution, 
1994 marked the 
opening of the new 
Center for Agricul- 



tural Biotech- 
nology, reflecting 
the College of Agn- 
culture's new phi- 
losophy of sustain- 
able agriculture. 

Close to home, 
CoUege Park facul- 
ty and staff pro- 
vide technical 
assistance to state 
and local govern- 
mental bodies and 
education systems, 
outreach programs 
in support of tech- 
nology transfer 
and in-service or 
continuing educa- 
tion programs is 
areas such as com- 
puter science, 
engineering, busi- 
ness, journalism 
and education. 

The University's 
efforts go far 
behind the state's 
boundaries in 
developing eco- 
nomic opportuni- 
ties and partner- 
ships abroad for 
Maryland busi- 
nesses and indus- 
tries. A S16 mil- 
lion, three-year 
contract from the 
USAID to the uni- 
versity's Center for 
Institutional 
Reform and the 
Informal Sector 
(lEUS) is funding a 
project aimed at 
helping the lead- 
ers m the former 
Soviet Union 
establish a market 



economy. 

Recognizing the 
importance of the 
Far East, the uni- 
versity's strength- 
ening relationships 
wnth mainland 
china, Japan and 
Taiwan are forging 
new research, 
business and cul- 
tural ties to pro- 
mote greater 
exchange of stu- 
dents and scholars. 

From athletics 
to aesthetics, tal- 
ent takes many 
forms at the 
University of 
Maryland at 
College Park. The 
university pre- 
sents hundreds of 
cultural events 
armuaUy. The cam- 
pus is also home 
to the Summer 
Institute for the 
Creative and 
Performing Arts, 
known as the 
Rossborough 
Festival, which 
sponsors national- 
ly and internation- 
ally recognized 
programs mclud- 
tng the National 
Orchestral 
Institute and the 
International 
William Kapell 
Piano Competition. 

Campus neigh- 
bors include such 
important national 
resources as the 
Library of 



Congress, the 
Smithsonian 
Institutions, the 
National Institutes 
of Health, the 
National Aero- 
nautics and Space 
Administration 
(NASA) and the 
U.S. Department of 
Agriculture's 
Agricultural 
Research Center. 

Close by is 
Maryland's historic 
state capital, 
Annapolis, also 
known as the sail- 
ing 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 
opportunity to 
study and conduct 
research aimed at 
sustaining the 
nation's largest 
esturaine system. 

The MARC 
train offers public 
transportation 
from College park 
to Baltimore's 
Camden Station, 
next door to where 
the Orioles play 



baseball in the 
heart of the his- 
toric city. And the 
highly efficient 
Metro system, 
with a new station 
at the campus 
doorstep, makes 
navigating the 
greater 

Washington, D.C. 
area easy. 

Add aU the 
accolades 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, how- 
ever, with a stu- 
dent body increas- 
ing yearly in both 
quality and diver- 
sity, private sup- 
port growing at a 
phenomenal rate 
and multifaceted 
research program 
attracting record 
funding. 
Maryland's flag- 
ship institution 
ranks as a national 
resource. 

Discover the 
many ways avail- 
able to become 
part of the picture. 



Management's 
Information 
Systems 

Department among 
the top 10 for corpo- 
rate recruitment 
nationwide. 

Of the 60 feUows 
elected to the 
National Academy 
of Science of 1996, 
two were from the 
University. Only 
seven other mstitu- 
tions in the U.S. had 
more than one 
member elected. 

Charles Wellford, 
Faculty Repre- 
sentative for 
Athletics and Chair 
of the Department 
of Criminal Justice 
and Crimmology, 
serves as president 
of the American 
Soaety of Crimin- 
ology m 1996. 

The College of 
Journalism received 
a gift of Si. 5 million 
from the John S. 
and James L. 
Knight Foundation 
of Miami to estab- 
hsh an endowed 
Knight Chan in 
Journalism. 
Maryland was 
chosen to receive 
the chair from a 
field of 35 journal- 
ism schools. 




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Cole Field House 




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

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 officially. 
In 1955 when the building was dedicat- 
ed, "field house" was typically affixed 
to most indoor basketball facilities. 
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 much has happened since. 
Cole, Which has just passed it 40th sea- 
son, is still one of the top arenas m the 
East, and one of the best places in the 
nation to watch a game. New locker 
rooms have recently been completed for 
both the men's and women's basketbaU 
teams as was an refurbished and 
expanded lobby area. The future could 
bring skyboxes, 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 college basketball game in terms of 
view from the seats," said Gary 
Williams. "You don't have to change 
anything in the arena. But the building 
is more than 40 years old and there are 
some things you can do. Like building a 
new locker room and painting the seats 
red." 



Dedicated: 


...December 2, 1955 


Capacity: 


...14,500 (Courtside Seats: 96) 


First Game: 


...December 2, 1955 


First Maryland Win: 


...December 2, 1995, 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, 186-87, Virginia 71, Maryland 64 


500th Game: 


...December 2, 1993, Maryland 89, UMBO 80 


100th Victory: 


...February 25 1970, Maryland 83, West Virginia 76 


200th Victory: 


...December 28, 1977, Maryland 91, Western Kentucky 78 


300th Victory: 


Nouemher 23 198R Marvland 84 Northeastern 72 





One thing which has remained con- 
stant in Cole is good basketball. In 40 
years there have been plenty of wonder- 
ful moments. The building has housed a 
tremendous winning history and a rich 
tradition of elite competition. 

The Terps have finished at least .500 
in 32 of the 40 basketball seasons in 
Cole, including the 1995 season when 
the team finished a perfect 16-0. The 
building has played host to some of the 
great game's in the programs history. 
Many such games came during the 
decade of the 1970's, when the Terps 
proved to be giant kiUers. During the 
70's and 80's the Terps defeated then 
number ones South Carolina (1971), 
Notre Dame (1979), UCLA (1981) and 



Virginia (1983). During the decade of 
the 1990's the Terps defeated then No. 1 
North Carolina. 

The dedication game, December 2, 
1995, was also a Terp victory. Maryland 
opened the 1955-56 season with a 
resounding 67-55 victory over confer- 
ence rival Virginia. The Terps were led 
by Bob Kessler's 23 points and 16 
rebounds. The year before, Maryland, 
Virginia and a handful of schools from 
the Carolmas began competing in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. In 1958, the 
Terps would provide Cole with its first 
ACC Championship banner. 

Originally, the capacity in Cole was 
12,000 because there were no floor 
seats. Some 9,000 fans turned out for 



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the inaugural game to see the $3.3 mil- 
lion 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; that crowd 
witnessed the Terps and North Carolina 
in a 1972 overtime thriller. Cole now 
seats 14,500 in addition to 96 courtside 
season which became available prior to 
the 1993-94 season. 



Ironically, two of the biggest games in 
the arena's storied history did not fea- 
ture the Terps on the court. In fact, it 
could be argued by basketbaU historians 
that Cole was the site of the two most 
important games in college and high 
school basketball 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 showdown 
in high school basketball history. 
Wootten was guietly building a 
national powerhouse 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 




Record at Cole Field House 





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Season 


Won 


Lost 


Avg. Att 


1955-56 


9 


5 


NA 


1956-57 


8 


2 


NA 


1957-58 


10 


1 


NA 


1958-59 


7 


3 


NA 


1959-60 


8 


2 


NA 


1960-61 


8 


2 


NA 


1961-62 


4 


6 


NA 


1962-63 


5 


6 


NA 


1963-64 


5 


4 


5,833 


1964-65 


9 


3 


8,592 


1965-66 


7 


3 


9,540 


1966-67 


5 


5 


8,249 


1967-68 


7 


3 


7,101 


1968-69 


4 


6 


6,650 


1969-70 


10 


4 


9,900 


1970-71 


11 


4 


12,056 


1971-72 


14 





13,166 


1972-73 


12 


1 


13,294 


1973-74 


12 


1 


12,012 


1974-75 


12 


2 


13,427 


1975-76 


13 


2 


13,110 


1976-77 


15 


4 


12,645 


1977-78 


10 


4 


12,334 


1978-79 


12 


4 


11,196 


1979-80 


16 





10,050 


1980-81 


12 


3 


12,132 


1981-82 


13 


3 


9,830 


1982-83 


14 


3 


10,144 


1983-84 


13 


2 


11,337 


1984-85 


14 


2 


12,458 


1985-86 


10 


5 


11,447 


1986-87 


8 


8 


8,816 


1987-88 


8 


4 


12,127 


1988-89 


5 


9 


9,198 


1989-90 


12 


4 


10,300 


1990-91 


11 


3 


9,820 


1991-92 


10 


5 


9,563 


1992-93 


8 


7 


11,681 


1993-94 


10 


3 


13,644 


1994-95 


16 





13,814 


1995-96 


11 


3 


13,324 


40-year record 








Won 


Lost Pet. 


Avg. Att 




408 


141 .743 


9,323 



Attendance/Total Games 

5,118,262/549 games 



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(later Kareem Abdul- Jabbar) who would 
go on to be the all-time leader in the 
history of the National Basketball 
Association. In front of more than 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 toward putting Washington, 
D.C. high 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 champi- 
onship. 



That 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 Championship Game 
in which UCLA defeated Jacksonville, 
as Sydney Wicks outdueled Artis 
Gilmore. It was the fourth of UCLA's 
seven consecutive NCAA 
Championships. In 1991, Cole played 
host to another huge tournament upset, 
as 15th seeded Richmond defeated sec- 
ond seeded Syracuse, 73-69, in the first 
round of the NCAA Tournament. Cole 
was also the site of ESPN's first live col- 
lege basketball broadcast in 1979. 

Cole is the only on campus facility to 
have played host to multiple Final 
Fours. 



Cole can also boast to being on 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 at Cole each spring, the 
Washington Bullets called Cole Homo 
while awaiting the completion of the 
Capital Center (now USAir Arena). Cole 
has also played host to the Annual 
Capital Classic High School All-Star 
game. 

"Cole" is much more than just a bas- 
ketbaU arena. It is at the heart of the 
University of Maryland. Cole Field 
House 



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TERP ATTENDANCE RECORDS THROUGH THE YEARS 



Home Games Only 





Total Season Games 




Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


1963-64 


26 


132,200 


5,084 


1964-65 


26 


185,500 


7,135 


1965-66 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


1966-67 


25 


164,390 


6,576 


1967-68 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


1968-69 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


1969-70 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


1970-71 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


1971-72 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


1972-73 


30 


340,964 


11,365 


1973-74 


28 


301,164 


10.756 


1974-75 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


1975-76 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


1976-77 


27 


325,777 


12,066 


1977-78 


28 


305,001 


10,893 


1978-79 


30 


316,449 


10,548 


1979-80 


31 


317,559 


10,242 


1980-81 


31 


398,036 


12,840 


1981-82 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


1982-83 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


1983-84 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


1984-85 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


1985-86 


33 


335,937 


10,180 


1986-87 


26 


241,118 


9,274 


1987-88 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


1988-89 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


1989-90 


33 


306,339 


9.293 


1990-91 


28 


267,401 


9,550 


1991-92 


29 


323,755 


11,164 


1992-93 


28 


321,673 


11,488 


1993-94 


30 


360,993 


12,033 


1994-95 


34 


437,268 


12,861 


1995-96 


30 


399,616 


13,321 



Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Average 


1963-64 


9 


52,500 


5,833 


1964-65 


12 


103,100 


8,592 


1965-66 


10 


95,400 


9,540 


1966-67 


10 


82,490 


8,249 


1967-68 


10 


70,100 


7,101 


1968-69 


10 


66,500 


6,650 


1969-70 


14 


138,600 


9,900 


1970-71 


15 


180,842 


12,056 


1971-72 


14 


184,323 


13,166 


1972-73 


13 


172,828 


13,294 


1973-74 


12 


144,149 


12,012 


1974-75 


14 


187,971 


13,427 


1975-76 


15 


196,656 


13,110 


1976-77 


19 


240,254 


12,645 


1977-78 


14 


172,673 


12,334 


1978-79 


18 


201,536 


11,196 


1979-80 


16 


160,815 


10,050 


1980-81 


15 


196,978 


13,132 


1981-82 


16 


157,275 


9,830 


1982-83 


17 


172,445 


10,144 


1983-84 


15 


170,060 


11,337 


1984-85 


16 


199,335 


12,458 


1985-86 


14 


160,267 


11,447 


1986-87 


16 


130,975 


8,186 


1987-88 


12 


145,525 


12,127 


1988-89 


14 


128,773 


9,198 


1989-90 


16 


164,806 


10,300 


1990-91 


14 


137,476 


9,820 


1991-92 


15 


143,444 


9,563 


1992-93 


15 


175,217 


11,681 


1993-94 


13 


177,376 


13,644 


1994-95 


16 


221,020 


13,814 


1995-96 


14 


186,553 


13,324 



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 regula- 
tions, capacity of Cole Field House 
is now 14,500 




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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 




H 



lead Coach Gary Williams regu- 
I larly tells anyone 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 43 game 
non-conference wmning streak in this 
buildmg. In addition, the Terps have 
won more than 80 percent of their 
games played m 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 bas- 
ketball season, both organizations 
work from opening tip to final buzzer 
and beyond in support of Terp basket- 
ball. Both the cheerleaders and the 
pep band play at all home games, the 
Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament and aU post-season 
games. Both groups followed the 
team to Tempo, Ariz., during the 
NCAA Tournament last season. 

The enthusiastic and spirited Terp 
cheerleading squad placed eighth at 
the 1995 Collegiate Nationals spon- 
sored by the National Cheerleading 
Association Dallas, Texas and they 
participated in the opening cere- 
monies at the 1996 Summer Olympic 
Games in Atlanta, Ga. 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 
performs at many athletic department 
functions, pep rallies and area func- 
tions spreading Terp spirit and athlet- 
ic 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 per- 
forms at every home game. In addi- 
tion to traditional fight songs, the 
pep band provides an entertaining 
selection of well-known songs and 
show tunes to entertain and ener- 
gize 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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Tei p Airwaves 

Johnny HoUiday-Play-by-Play 

Johnny HoUiday has earned the reputation 
as one of the finest play-by-play announc- 
ers in the nation. Currently in his 18th year 
covering the Maryland football team, he has 
earned the title, "Voice of the Terps." 

Besides calling the action for the Maryland 
football and basketball teams, Holliday is the 
host of the award winning Gary Williams 
Show. During the football season, he is the 
host of the immensely popular Mark Duffner 
Show. In addition, he handles a myriad of 
speaking duties within the Athletics 
Department as its Director of Broadcasting- 
ranging from banquets, to alumni functions, 
to Terrapin Club and M-Club functions and 
golf outings. Holliday was named to his pre- 
sent position within the Athletics 
Department in July of 1996. 

Holiday's list of credits include ABC's cov- 
erage the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in 
Atlanta, the Winter and Summer Olympics in 
1984, 1988 and 1994. In addition, he has cov- 
ered championship boxing, the Masters, the 
USFL Game of the Week with former Hall of 
Famer Paul Horning, and television coverage 
of the Liberty and Aloha Bowls. 

Holiday's announcing career allows him to 
lay claim to being Washington's most versa- 
tile broadcaster, and among the best nation- 
wide. Whether it be in radio, where he was 
named America's number one disc jockey 
during his rock and 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 com- 
plicated business look easy. 

He brings that ease to the Maryland 
coach's television shows on Home Team 
Sports, the region's premier sports channel, 
he is also seen there as host of Redskin 
General Manager Charley Casserly's show 
and as host of ACC Sports Sunday. He also 
does special events for HTS that include 
baseball, tennis, basketball, and track and 
field. Just when there seems to be no end to 
his ubiquitous appearances on television, 
Holliday is among the most visible announc- 
ers in regional television advertising. He is 




among the pioneering broadcasters in the 
nation for the sport of women's basketball. 

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

As deep as his broadcasting expertise is, his 
expertise at raising money for charity might be 
better Washingtonian Magazine honored him 
as a Washmgtoman of the Year for his many 
civic activities. His basketball and Softball 
teams, the Radio Wonders, have raised more 
than a miUion dollars for charity. He is involved 
in Special Olympics, CathoUc Charities, 
Operation Smile, and the Boy Scouts of 
America. He has served as television host for 
the Easter Seals, Muscular Dystrophy, March of 
Dimes, and Leukemia telethons. 

He IS the recipient of the Umversity of 
Maryland "M Club" 1995 Distinguished Citizen 
Award and is an Honorary Member of the 
Umversity's chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa. 

Holliday and his wife Mary Claire are the 
proud parents of three daughters. KeUie 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 Chns 
is an attorney and they live in Kensington, Md. 
Moira is a junior at Georgetown Visitation Prep 
School in Washington. 

Greg Manning-Color Commentary 

Greg Manning, the Director of Major Gifts 
for the Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics, is in his 11th year as a member of 
the Maryland basketball broadcast crew. 
Manning is among the most dedicated and 
recognized broadcasters in the ACC. 

As the Director of Major Gifts, Manning 
has continued his devotion to Terrapin 
Athletics through is daily professional life. 
He was appointed the Director of Major gifts 
in 1994. He had held the position of 
Executive director of the M-Club from 1991- 
94 where he helped develop and strengthen 
the university's athletic letterwinners organi- 
zation. As director of the letterwinners club 
he increased fundraising from $50,000 to 
$250,000 per year. He helped implement a 
Capital Campaign program for the depart- 
ment. In his current position, Manning has 
the responsibility of raising the funds needed 



Greg Manning, Head 
Coach Gary Williams 
and Johnny Holliday 



Maryland Radio Network 

Flagship Stations 

WBAL-AM Baltimore 1090 

WTOP-AM Washington, D.C 1500 

WAMD-AM Aberdeen 970 

WIOO-AM Carlisle, Pa 1000 

WTBO-AM Cumberland 1450 

WFMD-AM Frederick 930 

WARK-AM Hagerstown 1490 

WMSG-AM Mountain Lake Park . . , .1050 

WKHW-FM Pocomoke City 106.5 

WTGM-FM Salisbury 960 

WTTR-AM Westminster 



to support the capital projects of the Athletic 
Department. 

Manning, Maryland class of 1981, gained 
fame on the court and in the class room for 
the Terps. He was among the top point 
guards in the ACC from 1977-81. He led the 
Terps to the regular season championship of 
the ACC and was named to the AlI-ACC 
Tournament team in 1980. As a four-year 
starter, he led the Terps to post-season play 
three times and to the eastern Region semifi- 
nals of the NCAA Tournament in 1980. Nearly 
16 years after his playing career ended. 
Manning is still listed prominently in the 
Terps recordbooks including holding the 
record for consecutive 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 her four varsity seasons. 

Off the court. Manning was a 1981 
Academic AU-American and a three-time AU- 
ACC Academic selection. He earned an 
NCAA Post graduate scholarship upon his 
graduation from Maryland. 

Manning and his wife, Cathy, have a son, 
Greg, Jr., 11 and a daughter, Courtney, 7, and 
are residents of EUicott City, Md. He is a youth 
league basketball coach m Howard County, 
Maryland and has been a guest lecturer at 
high school and college basketball camps. 

Learfield Communications 

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

Learfield Sports is one of the largest sports 
marketing groups in the country. Besides 
Maryland, Learfield Sports holds the radio 
broadcast rights to the University of Missouri, 
the Umversity 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. 



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MARYLAND MEN'S BASKETBALL - 1995-96 INDIVIDUAL P I N T S ■ R E B U N D S ■ A S S I S T S 



Opponent 


WL 


Score 


Booth 


Ekezie 


Elliott 


Hipp 


Jasike 


Kovarik 


Lucas 


Profit 


Raydo 


Rhodes A 


Simpkins 


Stokes 


(#1) Kentucky iff 


L 


84-96 


11-4-2 


6-4-1 


0-1-3 


5-3-0 


2-4-2 


0-0-0 


10-4-0 


0-1-0 


DNP 


30-5-3 


16-5-5 


4-0-1 


Towson State 


W 


70-67 


11-9-2 


0-0-0 


4-6-0 


9-3-4 


0-0-0 


0-1-3 


8-5-0 


0-0-0 


DNP 


22-12-2 


16-1-5 


0-1-1 


(#5) UMass" 


L 


47-50 


11-4-2 


2-0-0 


4-2-0 


4-5-0 


8-0-0 


2-1-0 


5-3-1 


DNP 


DNP 


7-3-2 


7-3-3 


0-0-1 


Geo. Washington" 


W 


98-81 


12-3-4 


8-2-0 


0-8-0 


9-4-1 


5-0-2 


0-0-0 


20-6-0 


10-6-3 


DNP 


21-4-5 


11-4-8 


2-0-1 


Howaid 


W 


88-71 


12-8-3 


6-6-0 


6-8-0 


10-3-4 


4-0-2 


INJ 


7-8-1 


3-1-1 


DNP 


19-8-7 


17-3-2 


4-0-1 


UCLA& 


L 


63-73 


6-6-1 


3-9-0 


13-7-0 


7-6-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


2-4-0 


3-1-0 


DNP 


8-4-1 


21-2-2 


0-2-0 


Rider 


W 


83-67 


15-9-2 


4-8-0 


15-5-2 


DNP 


6-6-2 


INJ 


DNP 


6-5-1 


DNP 


20-10-4 


14-0-5 


3-1-4 


American 


W 


104-79 


14-12-6 


7-7-0 


3-5-0 


10-5-3 


13-2-2 


INJ 


18-8-0 


2-2-0 


DNP 


13-4-9 


14-4-3 


8-2-3 


UMES 


w 


104-66 


15-14-3 


6-7-0 


11-8-2 


6-2-0 


9-2-1 


INJ 


17-5-0 


10-6-1 


1-0-1 


22-0-6 


7-1-7 


0-0-5 


Georgia Tech 


L 


84-98 


13-10-1 


0-1-0 


9-6-0 


6-5-5 


11-2-1 


INJ 


21-10-0 


0-0-0 


DNP 


15-6-2 


7-1-8 


2-2-3 


(#16) North Carolina 


L 


86-88 (OT) 


15-5-4 


4-4-0 


8-3-1 


2-2-4 


0-0-1 


INJ 


21-7-0 


DNP 


DNP 


10-5-5 


19-2-3 


7-2-1 


(#6) Wake Forest 


L 


64-77 


16-6-1 


2-0-0 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 


0-0-0 


INJ 


13-5-0 


2-3-1 


0-0-0 


12-12-2 


10-3-1 


3-2-4 


Delaware State 


w 


118-55 


15-5-5 


16-9-2 


2-3-0 


15-8-4 


9-2-4 


INJ 


7-3-0 


9-10-1 


2-0-0 


20-9-3 


19-3-4 


4-4-4 


N.C. State 


w 


77-74 (OT) 


14-14-5 


12-9-0 


DNP 


1-1-0 


15-4-2 


INJ 


10-2-0 


0-0-0 


DNP 


10-8-1 


12-3-7 


3-0-1 


#18Clemson 


w 


65-60 


17-5-3 


6-11-0 


0-0-0 


7-3-0 


5-2-2 


INJ 


0-2-0 


DNP 


DNP 


17-4-5 


10-2-2 


3-1-2 


Duke 


L 


73-83 


15-11-2 


4-2-0 


0-0-1 


5-1-3 


5-1-1 


INJ 


17-3-0 


0-3-2 


DNP 


22-5-2 


5-2-3 


0-3-2 


Virginia 


w 


80-72 


27-16-5 


2-1-0 


0-0-0 


3-1-1 


0-0-0 


INJ 


12-7-0 


0-1-1 


DNP 


21-5-7 


12-2-5 


3-0-1 


(#25) Georgia Tech 


w 


88-74 


15-8-3 


4-1-1 


2-1-0 


15-3-3 


0-0-0 


INJ 


7-7-0 


9-3-5 


0-0-0 


10-4-2 


15-3-3 


11-2-3 


(#12) North Carohna 


w 


84-78 


12-9-2 


6-2-0 


4-1-0 


11-4-2 


3-1-0 


INJ 


10-3-0 


4-0-0 


DNP 


13-4-9 


18-4-4 


3-0-2 


Florida State 


L 


78-100 


17-5-1 


0-0-0 


2-0-0 


8-5-0 


2-4-0 


INJ 


17-2-0 


4-0-0 


DNP 


20-5-1 


8-2-5 


0-3-3 


(#8) Wake Forest 


L 


78-85 


16-2-1 


7-7-0 


0-0-0 


4-1-1 


6-0-3 


INJ 


4-4-0 


10-3-4 


DNP 


27-10-5 


DNP 


4-2-3 


Missoun 


W 


91-72 


13-7-1 


4-2-1 


15-3-1 


14-1-4 


0-0-2 


INJ 


15-5-: 


2-0-1 


0-0-1 


21-5-4 


DNP 


4-4-12 


N.C. State 


W 


86-84 


17-7-5 


0-2-0 


13-0-0 


13-2-3 


0-1-1 


INJ 


6-7-0 


11-0-5 


DNP 


20-4-2 


DNP 


6-1-6 


Clemson 


L 


61-68 


16-7-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


6-0-0 


0-1-3 


INJ 


10-8-0 


2-1-0 


DNP 


7-5-1 


5-2-3 


15-3-2 


Duke 


L 


77-75 


18-11-2 


6-5-0 


2-0-0 


8-3-2 


0-0-0 


INJ 


12-5-0 


5-2-1 


DNP 


18-4-2 


6-1-8 


0-0-5 


Virginia 


W 


83-71 


29-10-2 


9-2-0 


2-3-0 


5-7-3 


DNP 


INJ 


7-5-1 


6-4-0 


0-0-0 


8-4-4 


14-1-5 


3-1-1 


Florida State 


W 


88-78 


19-9-2 


1-0-0 


0-1-0 


4-4-2 


0-0-0 


INJ 


7-8-2 


22-5-0 


DNP 


13-8-3 


20-2-4 


2-1-4 


Duke $ 


W 


82-69 


9-7-0 


2-4-1 


10-8-0 


6-2-2 


DNP 


INJ 


11-9-0 


19-3-2 


0-0-0 


9-6-0 


12-7-3 


4-1-5 


(#18) Georgia Tech $ 


; L 


79-84 


33-7-0 


4-0-1 


0-2-0 


0-1-3 


DNP 


INJ 


8-3-1 


6-7-2 


DNP 


20-5-5 


6-2-5 


2-1-1 


Santa Clara * 


L 


79-91 


6-3-3 


4-5-0 


13-6-1 


3-2-0 


3-1-0 


INJ 


3-3-1 


9-7-1 


1-0-1 


27-9-5 


10-2-4 


0-1-2 


A - last column for Johnny Rhodes = steals 


@=Tip-Off Classic 


• ' 


•Franklin National Bank Classic 












&=Wooden Classic 








$=ACC Tournament 


=NCAA Tournament 














MARYLAND MEN' 


S BASKETBALL 


, - 19 9 5-96 


INDIVIDUAL 


SUPERLATIVES 











MARYLAND 






Points 


33 


by Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 


Points (1st Half) 


16 


by Duane Simpkins vs. Del, State (1-17-96) 


Pomts (2nd Half) 


19 


by Johrmy Rhodes vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 




19 


by Keith Rhodes vs. Virgima (2-1-96) 




19 


by Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 


Field Goals Made 


13 


by Johrmy Rhodes vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 




13 


by Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 


Field Goal Attempts 


22 


by Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara (3-15-96) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.857 


by Duane Simpkins vs. American (12-23-95) 


3PT Made 


5 


by Duane Simpkms vs. North Carohn a (1-6-96) 




5 


by Duane Simpkins vs. Del. State (1-17-96) 


3PT Attempted 


10 


by Johnny fihodes vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 


3PT Percentage 


1.00 


(2-2) by Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. UMass (12-2-95) 
(2-2) by Laron Profit vs. Florida State (3-4-96) 
(4-4) by Laron Profit vs. Duke (3-8-96) 


Free Throws Made 


12 


by Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 


Free Throws Attempted 


14 


by Keith Booth vs. Florida State (2-10-96) 


Free Throw Percentage 


1.00 


(12-12) by Daune Simpkins vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 




1.00 


(7-7) by Johrmy Rhodes vs. Howard (12-6-95) 


Total Rebounds 


16 


by Keith Booth vs. Virginia (2-1-96) 


Offensive Rebounds 


8 


by Johnny Rhodes vs. Towson State (11-27-95) 


Defensive Rebounds 


14 


by Keith Booth vs. Virgima (2-1-96) 


Rebounds in a Half 


9 


by Keith Booth vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) (1st) 




9 


by Keith Booth vs. Virginia (2-1-96) 


Assists 


12 


by Terrell Stokes vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 


Blocks 


4 


by Keith Booth vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) 




4 


by Obmna Ekezie vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) 


Steals 


9 


by Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 




9 


by Johnny Rhodes vs. N. Carohna (2-6-96) 


Minutes Played 


43 


by Keith Booth vs. N.C. State (1-20-96) 



OPPONENTS 

Pomts 33 

Pomts (1st Half) 16 

16 

Points (2nd Half) 27 



Field Goals Made 14 

Field Goals Attempted 20 

Field Goal Percentage ,875 

3PT Made 7 

3PT Attempted 1 1 

3PT Percentage 1.00 



Free Throws Made 
Free Throws Attempted 
Free Throw Percentage 



Total Rebounds 
Offensive Rebounds 



Defensive Rebounds 
Rebounds m a Half 



Assists 
Blocks 



Steals 



Minutes Played 



17 

18 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

17 

9 

9 

12 

10 

10 

12 

11 

5 
5 
42 



by Tim Duncan. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
by Dante Calabna, North Carolma (1-6-96) 
by Tim Duncan, Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
by Tony Delk, Kentucky (11-24-95) 



by Antamm Jamison, North Carolina (1-6-96) 

by Jeff Capel, Duke (3-8-96) 

(14-16) by Antawn Jamison, N, Carohna (1-6-96) 

by Danny Strong, N.C. State (1-20-96) 

by Danny Strong. N.C. State (1-20-96) 

(3-3) by Jeff Mchmis, North Carohna (2-6-96) 



by Steve Nash, Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

by Steve Nash, Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

(9-9) by Mark Pope, Kentucky (11-24-95) 

(10-10) by Matt Harprmg (1-3-96) 

(6-6) by Terence Hood, Del. State (1-17-96) 

(10-10) by matt Harpring, Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 

by Todd Fuller, N.C. State (1-20-96) 

by Todd Fuller. N.C, State (1-20-96) 

by Greg Newton, Duke (3-8-96) 

by Eddie Ehsma, Georgia Tech (2-3-96) 

by Todd Fuller N,C, State (1-20-96) (2nd) 

by Greg Newton, Duke (3-8-96) (2nd) 

by Steve Nash, Santa Clara (3-15-96) 

by Jelani McCoy, UCLA (12-9-95) 

by Tony Rutland, Wake Forest (1-13-96) 

by Tony Christie, Clemson (2-24-96) 

by Dante Calabna, North Carohna (1-6-96) 



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1995-96 Special Team Honors 

Final Team Record: 17-13 

ACC record: 8-8/T4th 

ACC Tournament: Semifinals (2nd consecutive season) 

■ NCAA Tournament Invitation, third consecutive season - 
only the fourth senior class in school history to participate in 
three NCAA Tournaments 

■ Maryland is one of only three ACC schools (Maryland, North 
Carolma and Wake Forest) to have participated m each of the 
last three NCAA Tournaments. 

■ ACC Upper Division Finish, third consecutive season - first 
time since the 1979, 80 and 81 seasons. 

■ Ranked 1st in the ACC in scoring offense, 81.3 points per 
game 

■ Ranked 1st in the ACC in steals, 10.9 per game 

■ Ranked 1st in the ACC m turnover margin. +3.3 

■ Most wins by a senior class during the Gary Williams era at 
Maryland, 73 

■ Departing seniors - Exree Hipp, Mario Lucas, Duane 
Simpkins, Johrmy Rhodes. 

■ Team record for steals in a single season, 329 

■ ACC record - First team in conference history with 300 or 
more team steals in three consecutive seasons. 

■ Johnny Rhodes, AU-Time ACC record for steals in a season 
(110), career (344), steals per game in a single season (3.7) 
and steals per game in a career (2.8). 

■ Johnny Rhodes, 2nd Place AU-Time NCAA in career steals 
(344). 

■ Johnny Rhodes, 2nd team AU-ACC 

■ Johnny Rhodes All-Tournament Team at Franklin National 
Bank/Childrenis Charities Classic Tournament 

■ Keith Booth, Third Team All-ACC and Honorable Mention 
AU-ACC Tournament 

■ Duane Simpkins, Honorable Mention AU-ACC 

■ Exree Hipp, Honorable Mention AU-ACC 

■ Obiima Ekezie, Honorable Mention AU-ACC Freshmen Team 

■ Laron Profit, Honorable Mention AU-ACC Freshmen Team 

■ TerreU Stokes, Honorable Mention AU-ACC Freshmen Team 




78 



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Maryland Men's Basketball— 1995-96 Final Season Statistics 



Final Record: 17-13, 8-8 ACC (T4th) 





/— 


-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 


Johnny Rhodes 


30-30 


197-312 


,478 


42-135 


,311 


66-116 


.569 


502 


16.7 


81 


96 


177 


5.9 


77-1 


98 


70 


11 


110 


1000 


Keith Booth 


30-30 


145-328 


,442 


7-34 


,206 


162-214 


.757 


459 


15.3 


83 


150 


233 


7.8 


100-5 


73 


92 


23 


41 


955 


Duane Simpkins 


27-27 


98-214 


,458 


45-100 


,450 


87-103 


.845 


328 


12.2 


8 


57 


65 


2.4 


64-0 


118 


80 


1 


28 


780 


Mario Lucas 


29-6 


111-260 


,427 


34-99 


,343 


49-78 


.628 


305 


10.5 


57 


94 


151 


5.2 


62-2 


8 


47 


15 


21 


645 


Exiee Hipp 


29-27 


74-201 


,368 


11-60 


.183 


39-59 


.661 


198 


6.8 


35 


54 


89 


3.1 


64-1 


54 


37 


2 


17 


641 


Laron Profit 


27-0 


54-112 


,482 


12-33 


,364 


34-45 


.756 


154 


5.7 


33 


41 


74 


2.7 


42-0 


32 


56 


6 


40 


366 


Rodney Elliott 


29-6 


58-116 


,500 


8-24 


,333 


18-26 


.692 


142 


4.9 


38 


53 


91 


3.1 


51-1 


11 


23 


7 


10 


388 


Obinna Ekezie 


30-18 


51-108 


,472 


0-0 


,000 


33-60 


.550 


135 


4,5 


47 


64 


111 


3.7 


78-3 


10 


39 


20 


13 


463 


Saru Jasikevicius 


27-2 


38-89 


,427 


20-44 


.455 


10-20 


.500 


106 


3,9 


12 


20 


32 


1.2 


37-1 


33 


21 





9 


260 


TerreU Stokes 


30-4 


31-66 


,470 


5-11 


.455 


33-52 


.635 


100 


3,3 


10 


30 


40 


1,3 


74-1 


85 


40 


3 


38 


510 


Matt Raydo 


8-0 


1-4 


,250 


0-2 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


4 


0,5 











0,0 


0-0 


3 








2 


13 


Norman Fields 


10-0 


2-7 


.286 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


5 


0,5 


1 


3 


4 


0,4 


0-0 


1 











15 


Matt Kovarik 


5-0 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


,500 


2 


0.4 





2 


2 


0,4 


3-0 


3 


1 








14 


Team 
























89 
















Maryland Totals 


30-30 860-1917 


.449 185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


2440 


81.3 


405 


664 


1158 


38.6 


652-15529 


506 


88 


329 


6000 


Opponent Team 
























100 
















Opponent Totals 30-30 780-1730 


.451 195-537 


.363 


533-731 


.729 


2288 


76.3 


321 


693 


1114 


37.1 


594-21429 


601 


155 


195 


6000 


SCORE BY PERIOD 


1 




2 


OT 


OT 






TOTAL 




DEADBALL REBOUNDS 










Maryland 




1115 


1305 


20 









2440 






94 














Opponents 




1026 


1243 


19 









2288 






87 















Maryland Men's Basketball— 1995-96 Final ACC Statistics Only 













Final ACC Record: 8-8, 


T4th 


















/- 


-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 


Keith Booth 


16-16 


84-190 


,442 


6-22 


.273 


102-333 


,767 


276 


17.3 


43 


92 


135 


8,4 


51-3 


39 


49 


13 


21 


547 


Johnny Rhodes 


16-16 


96-206 


,466 


23-73 


.315 


28-52 


.539 


243 


15.2 


41 


52 


93 


5.8 


42-1 


53 


36 


8 


53 


545 


Duane Simpkins 


14-14 


49-114 


,430 


30-65 


.462 


33-42 


,786 


161 


11.5 


3 


26 


29 


2.1 


40-0 


61 


38 





14 


400 


Mario Lucas 


16-1 


61-149 


,409 


22-60 


.367 


30-48 


,625 


174 


10.9 


33 


52 


85 


5.3 


39-1 


3 


21 


8 


13 


366 


Exree Hipp 


16-15 


34-99 


,343 


6-32 


.188 


26-37 


,703 


100 


6,3 


21 


23 


44 


2.8 


31-0 


29 


20 





8 


342 


Laron Profit 


14-0 


28-55 


,509 


5-17 


.294 


14-20 


.700 


75 


5,4 


10 


15 


25 


1,8 


22-0 


19 


29 


4 


20 


186 


Terrell Stokes 


16-3 


17-37 


,460 


5-7 


.714 


26-40 


.650 


65 


4.1 


7 


16 


23 


1,4 


43-1 


44 


24 


2 


20 


311 


Obinna Ekezie 


16-12 


25-56 


,446 


0-0 


.000 


13-26 


.500 


63 


3.9 


21 


27 


48 


3,0 


40-1 


4 


13 


8 


6 


251 


Saru Jasikevicius 


15-0 


16-45 


,356 


10-25 


.400 


5-9 


.556 


47 


3.1 


8 


7 


15 


1,0 


22-1 


16 


12 





5 


139 


Rodney Elliott 


15-3 


22-42 


,524 


2-7 


.286 


0-1 


,000 


46 


3.1 


8 


11 


19 


1,3 


17-0 


2 


3 


1 


4 


157 


Matt Raydo 


3-0 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 





0.0 











0,0 


0-0 














3 


Norman Fields 


3-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 











0.0 


0-0 














3 


Team 
























43 
















Maryland Totals 


16-16 432-993 


.435 109-308 


.354 


277-408 


.679 


1250 


78.1 


195 


321 


559 


34.9 


347-8 


270 


245 


80 


164 


3200 


Opponent Team 
























45 

















Opponent Totals 16-16 421-890 .473 119-298 .399 306-402 .761 1267 79.2 168 396 609 38.1 307-15245 301 80 103 3200 



79 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Maryland Men's Basketball — 1995-96 Team Game-by-Game Statistics 

1995-96 Final Record: 17-13 Overall, 8-8/T4th ACC 



TEAMS FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


PF-D 


OR-DR 


REB 


HALF 


FINAL 


#14Maryland 


27-61 


.443 


1-12 


.083 


29-38 


.763 


15 


24 


5 


9 


30-3 


16-25 


41 


35 


84 


#1 Kentucky 


33-61 


-541 


9-19 


.474 


21-32 


.656 


24 


20 


6 


9 


28-1 


10-24 


34 


37 


96 


Towson State 


28-61 


.459 


6-13 


.462 


5-8 


-667 


13 


13 


3 


9 


23-0 


10-22 


32 


39 


70 


#19Maryland 


22-55 


.407 


4-9 


.444 


22-29 


.759 


17 


15 


1 


6 


14-0 


15-25 


40 


33 


70 


#5UMass 


17-55 


.309 


0-7 


.000 


16-19 


-842 


5 


16 


6 


7 


16-0 


24-20 


44 


19 


50 


#19Maryland 


16-39 


.410 


3-11 


.273 


12-19 


.632 


10 


18 


3 


10 


19-0 


7-16 


23 


28 


47 


Geo. Washington 


30-67 


.448 


2-12 


-167 


19-28 


,679 


13 


21 


3 


9 


19-0 


19-18 


37 


35 


81 


#19Maryland 


35-66 


.530 


7-17 


.412 


21-25 


.840 


22 


26 


2 


8 


25-0 


16-23 


39 


52 


98 


Howard 


23-56 


.411 


5-17 


-294 


20-33 


,606 


11 


22 


6 


3 


24-1 


13-24 


37 


31 


71 


#20Maryland 


30-70 


.429 


2-14 


.143 


26-32 


.813 


17 


14 


4 


16 


25-0 


19-27 


46 


38 


88 


#20Maryland 


19-77 


.247 


5-21 


.238 


20-32 


.625 


3 


17 


1 


12 


26-0 


28-21 


49 


23 


63 


UCLA 


26-53 


.491 


2-4 


.500 


19-31 


.613 


10 


29 


12 


6 


18-0 


12-38 


50 


36 


73 


Rider 


26-61 


.426 


6-11 


.545 


9-14 


-545 


17 


19 


3 


5 


18-0 


8-19 


27 


33 


67 


#24Maryland 


32-61 


.525 


4-14 


.286 


15-26 


.577 


19 


21 


4 


11 


19-0 


17-30 


47 


32 


83 


American 


29-72 


.403 


5-9 


-556 


16-26 


-615 


11 


22 


7 


5 


18-0 


15-23 


38 


33 


79 


#25Maryland 


42-78 


.538 


4-14 


.286 


16-23 


.696 


24 


23 


5 


12 


24-1 


17-34 


51 


58 


104 


UMES 


24-69 


.348 


8-24 


-333 


10-17 


-588 


10 


31 


2 


8 


18-0 


16-21 


37 


31 


66 


#24Maryland 


42-74 


.568 


8-20 


.400 


12-18 


.667 


26 


21 


2 


17 


16-0 


15-34 


49 


59 


104 


Maryland 


32-80 


.349 


11-27 


.444 


9-12 


.800 


21 


17 


6 


8 


21-1 


26-20 


46 


42 


84 


Georgia Tech 


31-62 


,500 


9-15 


-600 


27-28 


-962 


22 


11 


3 


8 


14-0 


11-24 


35 


42 


98 


#llNorth Carolina 


31-54 


.574 


10-21 


-476 


16-21 


-762 


22 


23 


1 


7 


18-0 


9-24 


33 


44 


88 (OT) 


Maryland 


30-62 


.484 


10-24 


.417 


16-21 


.762 


17 


19 





4 


21-0 


11-19 


30 


37 


86 


Maryland 


23-67 


.343 


4-13 


.308 


14-20 


.700 


7 


14 





8 


28-1 


17-27 


37 


20 


64 


#6Wake Forest 


21-48 


.438 


9-19 


-474 


26-32 


.813 


13 


17 


11 


8 


15-1 


10-32 


42 


39 


77 


Delaware State 


20-61 


.328 


3-12 


-250 


12-17 


,706 


11 


28 


8 


3 


25-0 


10-19 


29 


23 


55 


Maryland 


41-80 


.513 


11-22 


.500 


25-39 


.641 


30 


15 


8 


14 


17-0 


25-34 


59 


70 


118 


N.C. State 


29-75 


.387 


11-32 


-344 


5-10 


-500 


17 


28 


4 


8 


23-1 


25-31 


56 


31 


74 (OT) 


Maryland 


27-67 


.403 


5-12 


.417 


18-28 


.643 


19 


17 


10 


10 


16-0 


16-25 


41 


31 


77 


#18Clemson 


21-48 


.438 


7-14 


.500 


11-15 


-733 


10 


17 


4 


5 


24-2 


12-20 


32 


30 


60 


Maryland 


18-43 


.419 


5-16 


.313 


24-35 


.686 


11 


15 


1 


9 


15-0 


14-18 


32 


37 


65 


Duke 


22-49 


.449 


7-16 


,438 


32-47 


681 


17 


26 


12 


5 


20-0 


12-34 


46 


45 


83 


Maryland 


26-73 


.356 


8-21 


.381 


13-25 


.520 


17 


20 


5 


11 


32-3 


21-21 


42 


28 


73 


Maryland 


27-54 


.500 


6-17 


,353 


20-31 


.645 


18 


13 


1 


9 


18-0 


5-30 


35 


30 


80 


Virginia 


27-68 


.397 


4-20 


.200 


14-18 


-778 


11 


16 


4 


3 


22-1 


14-28 


42 


31 


72 


*25Georgia Tech 


23-49 


.469 


10-19 


-526 


18-22 


-818 


15 


19 


5 


2 


21-1 


9-27 


36 


36 


74 


Maryland 


31-66 


.470 


8-18 


.444 


18-25 


.720 


23 


6 


3 


10 


20-0 


14-19 


33 


37 


88 


Maryland 


30-61 


.492 


8-20 


.400 


16-23 


.696 


16 


12 


2 


13 


18-0 


11-19 


30 


37 


84 


#12N. Carolina 


29-58 


,500 


9-21 


.429 


11-17 


-647 


20 


18 


5 


4 


16-0 


12-25 


37 


35 


78 


Maryland 


22-56 


.393 


7-30 


.233 


27-37 


.730 


15 


14 


1 


7 


30-1 


15-16 


31 


28 


78 


Florida State 


31-54 


.574 


9-18 


.500 


29-40 


-725 


15 


14 


6 


10 


26-1 


13-23 


36 


35 


100 


#8Wake Forest 


27-44 


.614 


7-14 


.500 


24-28 


-857 


17 


22 


2 


3 


21-0 


8-22 


32 


39 


85 


Maryland 


29-65 


.446 


4-18 


.222 


16-23 


.696 


15 


12 


3 


16 


22-1 


17-22 


29 


40 


78 


Missouri 


26-49 


.531 


4-7 


-571 


16-21 


-762 


14 


24 


4 


7 


17-0 


6-26 


26 


32 


72 


Maryland 


38-63 


.603 


7-14 


.500 


8-18 


.444 


30 


16 


1 


16 


21-1 


10-19 


29 


44 


91 


Maryland 


36-59 


.610 


6-10 


.600 


8-13 


.615 


22 


19 





6 


24-1 


4-22 


26 


43 


86 


N.C, State 


28-53 


-528 


6-22 


-273 


22-30 


-733 


16 


17 


5 


9 


16-0 


7-28 


28 


36 


84 


Maryland 


18-50 


.360 


6-19 


.316 


19-29 


.655 


10 


18 


1 


7 


24-0 


14-23 


37 


16 


61 


Clemson 


19-49 


.388 


3-9 


.333 


27-34 


-794 


11 


11 


8 


9 


22-1 


9-24 


33 


28 


68 


Duke 


27-59 


.458 


6-19 


.316 


17-28 


-607 


9 


20 


1 


3 


23-1 


20-27 


47 


31 


77 


Maryland 


26-59 


.441 


6-20 


.300 


17-26 


.654 


21 


14 


3 


9 


25-0 


12-19 


31 


31 


75 


Virginia 


28-57 


491 


8-20 


-261 


7-8 


-875 


12 


24 


6 


3 


21-1 


5-34 


39 


30 


71 


Maryland 


30-75 


.400 


6-23 


.261 


17-23 


.739 


15 


9 


5 


15 


16-0 


15-24 


39 


42 


83 


Florida State 


27-63 


-429 


4-19 


211 


20-24 


-833 


18 


18 


3 


6 


25-2 


9-25 


34 


33 


78 


Maryland 


27-56 


.482 


9-20 


.450 


25-36 


.694 


20 


22 


4 


11 


19-0 


12-28 


40 


40 


88 


Maryland 


24-59 


40.7 


7-18 


.389 


27-32 


.844 


16 


15 


3 


8 


16-0 


16-32 


48 


35 


82 


Duke 


28-73 


-384 


6-24 


-250 


7-13 


-538 


19 


12 


4 


5 


25-2 


17-22 


39 


29 


69 


Maryland 


29-65 


.446 


6-21 


.286 


15-22 


.682 


16 


19 


2 


13 


23-1 


11-22 


33 


38 


79 


#18GeorgiaTech 


25-50 


.500 


11-24 


.458 


23-29 


-793 


16 


24 


6 


10 


19-2 


8-29 


27 


48 


84 


Santa Clara 


24-52 


.462 


9-19 


.474 


34-41 


.829 


20 


19 


5 


6 


19-0 


11-27 


38 


35 


91 


Maryland 


31-76 


.408 


7-29 


.241 


10-22 


.455 


14 


19 


3 


13 


31-1 


25-20 


45 


31 


79 



80 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Final ACC Standings and Statistics 



Conference Games 




All Games 




Offensive Rebounds 










Team W L 


PCT 




W 


L 


PCX 


Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


REB. 


AVG. 




Georgia Tech 13 3 


.813 




24 


12 


.667 


1. Antawn Jamison, North Carolina 


32 


119 


3.72 




Wake Forest 12 4 


.750 




26 


6 


.813 


2. Todd FuUer, N.C. State 


31 


108 


3.48 




North Carolina 10 6 
Duke 8 8 
Maryland 8 8 
Ulemson / 9 


.625 
.500 
.500 
.438 




21 
18 
17 
18 


11 
13 
13 
11 


.656 
.581 
.566 
.621 


3. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest 

4. Greg Newton, Duke 

5. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 


32 
31 
36 


110 
106 
107 


3.44 
3.42 
2.97 




Virginia 6 10 
Florida State 5 11 


.375 




12 


15 


.444 


6. Eddie EUsma, Georgia Tech 


36 


105 


2.92 




.313 




13 


14 


.482 


7. Cory Louis, Flonda State 


23 


64 


2.78 




NO. State 3 13 


.188 




15 


16 


.484 


8. Kirk Luchman, Flonda State 


27 


75 


2.78 




Bold denotes Conference Champion 


via ACC Tournament 






9. Keith Booth, Maryland 


30 


83 


2.76 
















10. Harold Jamison. Clemson 


29 


80 


2.75 




FINAL 1995-96 ACC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 


Assists 






















Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


AST. 


AVG. 




Scoring 












1. Drew Barry, Georgia Tech 


36 


238 


6.6 




Rank Player, Year, School 




G 


FG FT 


PTS 


AVG. 


2. Jeff Mclnnis, North CaroUna 


31 


170 


5.5 




1. Todd Fuller N,C. State 




31 


225 18: 


649 


20.9 


3. LaMarr Greer Flonda State 


27 


131 


4.9 




2. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest 




32 


228 14S 


612 


19.1 


4. Chns CoUms, Duke 


29 


132 


4.6 




3. Stephen Marbury, Georgia Tech 


36 


235 121 


679 


18.9 


5. Stephen Marbury, Georgia Tech 


36 


161 


4.5 




4. Matt Harpnng, Georgia Tech 




36 


233 13£ 


670 


18.6 


6. Duane Simpkins, Maryland 


27 


118 


4.4 




5. James Collins, Florida State 




27 


172 81 


494 


18.3 


7. Dante Calabria, North Carolma 


32 


135 


4.2 




6. Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 

7. Harold Deane. Virgmia 

8. Jeff Capel, Duke 

9. Jeff Mclnnis, North Carolina 




30 

27 
31 
31 


197 66 

122 14: 
185 71 
178 88 


502 

451 
514 
511 


16.7 

16.7 
16.6 
16.5 


8. Ishua Benjamin, N.C. State 

9. Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 

10. Jeff Capel, Duke 


27 
31 
31 


106 
120 
114 


3.9 
3.9 
3.7 




10. Chris Collins, Duke 




29 


155 83 


472 


16.3 


Harold Deane, Virgmia 


27 


99 


3.7 




11. Keith Booth, Maryland 




30 


145 162 


459 


15.3 


Assist/Turnover Ratio 










12. Antawn Jamison, North CaroUna 


32 


201 82 


484 


15.1 


Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


AST. 


TO 


RATIO 


13. Ricky Pnce, Duke 

14. Curtis Staples, Virginia 




31 
27 


164 69 
126 44 


441 
378 


14.2 
14.0 


1. Steve Wojciechowski, Duke 
2 Jeff Mclnnis North Carolma 


31 
31 


84 
170 


38 
78 


2.21 
2.18 


15. Courtney Alexander, Virginia 




27 


147 63 


375 


13.9 


3. Terrell Stokes, Maryland 


30 


85 


40 


2.13 


Field Goal Percentage 












4. LaMarr Greer, Florida State 


27 


131 


65 


2.01 


Rank Player, Year, School 




G 


FG 


ATT. 


.PCT 


5. Curtis Marshall, N.C. State 


31 


110 


57 


1.93 


1- Antawn Jamison, North Carolma 


32 


201 


322 


.624 


6. Dante Clabna, North Carolina 


32 


135 


70 


1.93 


2. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest 




32 


228 


411 


.555 


7. Drew Barry, Georgia Tech 


36 


238 


130 


1.83 


3. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 




36 


233 


457 


.510 


8. Chns Collms. Duke 


29 


132 


73 


1.81 


4. Todd Fuller N.C. State 




31 


225 


445 


.508 


9. Jeff Capel, Duke 


31 


114 


73 


1.56 


5. Courtney Alexander, Virginia 




27 


147 


302 


.487 


10. Duane Simpkins, Maryland 


27 


118 


80 


1.48 


6. Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 

7. Chris CoUms. Duke 




30 

29 


197 

155 


412 

332 


.478 

467 


Blocked Shots Per Game 










8. Stephen Marbury, Georgia Tech 

9. Ricky Pnce, Duke 


36 

31 


235 

164 


514 
374 


.467 
,439 


Rank Player, Year, School 

1. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest 


G 

32 


BLK. 

120 


AVG. 

3.8 




10. Jeff McInnis, North Carolina 




31 


178 


409 


-435 


2. Corey Louis, Flonda State 

3. Chris Alexander Vugmia 


23 
27 


43 
49 




9 
8 




Free Throw Percentage 












Eddie Elisma, Georgia Tech 


26 


65 




8 




Rank Player, Year, School 




G 


FT 


ATT. 


■PCT 


Todd Fuller N.C. State 


31 


56 




8 




1. Duane Simpkins, Maryland 




27 


87 


103 


.845 


6. Serge Zwikker, North Carolina 


32 


49 




5 




2. Harold Deane, Virguua 




27 


143 


177 


.808 


Greg Newton, Duke 


31 


47 




5 




3. Jeff Mclnms, North Carolina 




31 


88 


110 


.800 


8. Randall Jackson, Flonda State 


24 


30 




3 




4. Todd Fuller N.C. State 




31 


183 


229 


.799 


9. Andnus Jurkunas, Clemson 


29 


34 




2 




5. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 




29 


80 


101 


.792 


10. Antawn Jamison, North Carolma 


32 


33 




n 




6. Drew Barry, Georgia Tech 




36 


105 


133 


.789 












7. Matt Harpnng, Georgia Tech 




36 


138 


181 


.762 


Steals Per Game 










8. Keith Booth, Maryland 




30 


162 


214 


.757 


Rank Player, Year, School 


G 


STL. 


AVG. 




9. Stephen Marbury, Georgia Tech 

10. Chns Collins, Duke 


36 
29 


121 
83 


164 
115 


.738 
,722 


1. Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 

2. James Collms, Florida State 


30 

27 


110 

62 


3.7 

2.3 




3-Point Field Goals Per Game 










3. Drew Barry, Georgia Tech 


36 


65 


1.8 




Rank Player, Year, School 




G 


FT 


ATT. 


.PCT 


Matt Harprmg, Georgia Tech 


36 


63 


1.8 




1. Ricardo Feral, Wake Forest 




32 


51 


100 


.510 


Stephen Marbury, Georgia Tech 


36 


63 


1.8 




2. Rusty LaRue, Wake Forest 




32 


65 


140 


.464 


6. Harold Deane, Virgima 


27 


43 


1.6 




3. Duane Simpkins, Maryland 




27 


45 


100 


.450 


7. Jeremy Hyatt, N.C. State 


31 


46 


1.5 




4. Chns CoUms, Duke 




29 


79 


179 


.441 


8. Laron Profit, Maryland 


27 


40 


1.5 




5. Matt Harprmg, Georgia Tech 




36 


66 


144 


.429 


9. Keith Booth, Maryland 


30 


41 


1.4 




6. Andrius Jurkunas, Clemson 




29 


51 


121 


.421 


10. Ishua Benjamin, N.C, State 


27 


36 


1.3 




7. Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 




31 


75 


187 


.401 












8. Dante Calabria, North Carolina 


32 


77 


195 


.395 












9. Jeff Mclnms, North Carolma 




31 


67 


171 


.392 


TERPS IN THE FINAL 1994-95 ACC TEAM STATISTICS 


10. Danny Strong, N.C. State 




31 


73 


189 


.386 












Rebounds 












Scoring Offense 
Steals 


1st 
1st 


81.3 
10.9 


ppg 
spg 




Rank Player, Year, School 




G 


REB. 


AVG. 




Tmrnover Margin 


1st 


+3.3 






1. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest 




32 


395 


12.3 




Field Goal Percentage 


4th 


.449 






2. Todd Fuller, N.C. State 




31 


308 


9.9 




Scoring Margm 


5th 


+5.1 


ppg 




3. Antawn Jamison, North Carolma 


32 


309 


9.7 




Rebound Margin 


5th 


+1.5 


rpg 




4. Greg Newton, Duke 




31 


255 


8.2 




Free Throw Percentage 


6th 


.684 






5. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 




36 


293 


8.2 




Three-Point Field Goad Percentage 


8th 


.340 






6. Keith Booth, Maryland 




30 


233 


7.8 




Three Pomt Field Goals Per Game 


8th 


6.2 






7. Eddie Elisma, Georgia Tech 




36 


264 


7.3 




Blocked Shots 


T8th 


3.0 bpg 




8. Norman Nolan, Virgima 




27 


189 


7.0 




Field Goal Percentage Defense 


T8th 


.451 






9. Corey Louis, Florida State 




23 


150 


6.6 




Scoring Defense 


9th 


78.3 


opg 




10. Kirk Luckman, Flonda State 




27 


172 


6.4 

















81 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Game Summaries 



MARYLAND 84 

KENTUCKY 96 

November 24, 1995 
Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, Mass. 

Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic 

Kentucky's bottomless bench and inside game helped the 
No 1 Wildcats hold off No 14 Maryland, 96-84, m the HaU 
of Fame Tip-Off Classic Kentucky quickly turned a two- 
pomt half-time lead into an 18-pomt margin only to have to 
hold off the fast chargmg Terps Maryland's pressure 
defense got the Terps back into the contest late as consec- 
utive baskets by Johnny Rhodes (career high 30 pomts) 
and tv^ro free-throws by Duane Simpkins (16 pomts) cut the 
Wildcats lead to 86-80 with 215 remaining Kentucky 
scored 10 of the fmal 14 pomts of the game to gain the vic- 
tory Maryland opened the game strongly, taking an early 
11-pomt lead five mmutes mto the action Johrmy Rhodes 
scored mne early pomts to highlight a 15-2 Terp run, lead- 
mg to an early 20-9 cushion. Kentucky, though, outscored 
Maryland 28-15 over the remainder of the half 



BJARYLAND FG- A FT- A KB A 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Lucas 

Simpkms 

Rhodes 

Profit 

Kovank 

Stokes 

Jasikevicius 0- 

Elliott 0- 

Ekezie 2- 



6 

6 

8 

20 

1 



3 

2 



7 



0- 

7- 

2- 

12- 

4- 

0- 

0- 

0- 

2- 

0- 

2- 



4 

12 

7 







2 



5 



5 

11 

10 

16 

30 





4 

2 



6 



27 

24 

26 

32 

37 

2 

2 

10 

9 

11 

20 



Totals 



27- 61 29- 38 41 15 84 200 



KENTUCKY FG- A FT- A RB A 

Walker 3-7 0-0 4 2 

Mercer 

Pope 

Delk 

Anderson 

Edwards 

Turner 

Sheppard 

Epps 

Prickett 

McCarty 

Totals 



4- 

1- 
1- 
2- 
1- 
2- 
1- 



7 

11 

11 

6 

4 

3 

2 

3 

3 

4 



6 

26 

21 

11 

2 

2 

6 

8 

5 

2 



20 

20 

30 

17 

18 

18 

10 

15 

23 

8 

21 



33- 61 21- 32 34 24 96 200 

3-pt FG Maryland, 1-12 (Hipp, 1-4, Lucas, 0-1, Simpkms, 
0-3, Rhodes, 0-3. Profit, 0-1), Kentucky, 9-19 (Walker, 1-2, 
Mercer, 1-4, Pope, 1-1, Delk, 3-4, Anderson, 1-1, Edwards, 
0-1, Sheppard, 1-1, Epps, 1-3, McCarty 0-2) 
Halftime Kentucky 37. Maryland 35 
Officials: Sylvester, McDonald, Valentine 

TOWSON STATE 67 
MARYLAND 70 

November 27, 1995 
Baltimore Arena. Baltimore, Maryland 

Semors Johnny Rhodes (22 pomts) and Duane Simpkms (16 
points) combmed for 38 points to lead no 19 Maryland 
past Towson State. 70-67. at Baltimore Arena Simpkms 
scored the game-clmchmg basket on a foul line jumper 
with SIX seconds remaining to give Maryland its hnal mar- 
gin of victory Needmg a three-pointer to send the game 
mto overtime. Tigers' guard Ralph Blalock missed from the 
nght wmg at the buzzer. Despite shooting only 40.7 per- 
cent (22 of 55) from the field, Maryland rallied behind its 
semor guard duo Rhodes pulled Maryland even at 55 
half-way through the second half with two free throws and 
then put Maryland ahead for good with another free throw 
with SIX imnutes remaming. Jumor forward Keith Booth 
scored 1 1 pomts and sophomore Rodney Elliott scored four 
pomts and grabbed six rebounds in the pair's return to 
their hometown of Baltimore, Md 



TOWSON ST. FG- A 

Blalock 9- 18 

Bellinger 2- 4 

Thomas 2- 6 



FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


0- 





4 


1 


22 


32 


1- 


2 


5 





5 


24 


0- 





6 


6 


4 


28 




Rodney Elliott 

Alexander 

Moody 

Keyes 

Earl 

Biggs 

Lexer 

Cason 

Schneider 

Totals 



7- 
1- 
5- 
0- 
2- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
28- 



MARYLAND FG- 



Hipp 
Booth 
Lucas 
Simpkms 
Rhodes 
Elliott 
Ekezie 
Stokes 

Jasikevicius 
Kovank 

Profit 

Totals 2: 



15 

4 

9 

2 

3 







61 

A 

9 

9 

9 

7 

15 

4 

1 



1 







2- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
2- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
5- 

FT- 

4- 
7- 
0- 
6- 
5- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
0- 
0- 



55 22- 



A 

6 
8 

7 
6 


C 

2 

29 



4 
2 
1 
4 
1 



32 

RB 

3 

9 

5 

1 

12 

6 



1 



1 



40 



3 

3 





13 

A 

4 
2 

5 
2 


1 

3 

17 



16 

3 

11 



6 







67 

TP 



16 

22 

4 

C 

C 







70 



35 

9 

29 

14 

13 

4 

1 

1 

200 

MP 

22 

35 

30 

31 

38 

18 

5 

10 

2 

8 

1 

200 



3-pt FG: Towson State 6-13 (Blalock, 4-7, Thomas, 0-1, 
Moody 1-3. Keyes. 1-2. ) Maryland 4-9 (Hipp, 1-2, Lucas, 0- 
1, Simpkms, 2-3, Rhodes, 1-2, Jasikevicius, 0-1.) 
Halftime: Towson State 39, Maryland 33 
Officials: Scagliotta. Allen, Pitts 

MASSACHUSETTS 50 
MARYLAND 47 

December 2, 1995 
USAn Arena, Landover, Md 

Franklin National Bank/ 
Childrens Charities Classic 

Fifth-ranked Massachusetts outscored Maryland 31-19 in 
the second half as the Minutemen defeated the Terps, 50- 
47, m the first round of the Franklin National 
Bank/Children's Charities Classic at USAir arena. Marcus 
Camby, the National Player of the Year and a First Team 
AU-Amencan, scored 10 second half pomts and hit the 
game wirming basket with 1 :59 remammg to lead the 
UMass comeback In the second hall, Maryland made only 
hve of 19 shots (26 percent). Massachusetts took its first 
lead of the game with 7:31 remainmg and the lead see- 
sawed until Camby hit the game wmning shot. The Terps 
were led by Keith Booth who scored 1 1 pomts and was the 
only Terp to score in double figures. The 47 pomts was 
the Terps lowest sconng output since January 3. 1937 
when they scored 47 versus N C State. 



MASS. 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Dmgle 


3- 


8 


4- 


5 


7 


1 


10 


35 


Bright 


4- 


13 


6- 


6 


10 





14 


28 


Camby 


6- 


14 


2- 


4 


7 


2 


14 


30 


Padilla 


2- 


6 


4- 


4 


2 


1 


8 


40 


Travieso 


0- 


5 


0- 





6 


1 





39 


Norville 


0- 





0- 














3 


Weeks 


2- 


9 


0- 





7 





4 


20 


Nunez 


0- 





0- 





2 








5 


Totals 


17- 


55 


16- 


19 


44 


5 


50 


200 


MARYLAND 


FG 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Hipp 


2- 


7 


0- 





5 





4 


38 


Booth 


4- 


6 


3- 


4 


4 


2 


11 


34 


Lucas 


1- 


6 


2- 


4 


3 


1 


5 


31 


Simpkms 


1- 


4 


2- 


2 


2 


3 


4 


23 


Rhodes 


3- 


8 


1- 


3 


3 


3 


7 


35 


EUiott 


1- 


3 


2- 


4 


2 





4 


12 


Stokes 


0- 


1 


0- 








1 





14 


Ekezie 


1- 


1 


0- 











2 


4 


Jasikevicius 


3- 


4 


0- 











8 


7 


Kovank 


0- 





2- 


2 


1 





2 


2 


Totals 


16- 


39 


12- 


19 


23 


10 


47 


200 



3 pt FG Massachusetts 0-7 (Bright, 0-3, Padilla, 0-1, 
Travieso, 0-3 Maryland 3-11 (Hipp, 0-2, Lucas, 1-2, 
Simpkms. 01. Rhodes, 0-2, Elliott, 0-1, Stokes. 0-1, 
Jasikevicius, 2-2 

Halftime Maryland 28, Massachusetts 19 
Officials Paparo, Hess, Wood 

GEO. WASHINGTON 81 
MARYLAND 98 

Decembers, 1995 
USAir Arena, Landover, Md. 

Franklin National Bank/ 
Childrens Charities Classic 

Semors Mario Lucas and Jolmny Rhodes combmed for 41 
pomts and Maryland's mtense pressure defense helped 
create many easy sconng opportunities to lead No 19 
Maryland past George Washington. 98-81, in the second 
round of the Franklm National Bank/Children's Chanties 
Classic at USAir Arena The Terps received contributions 
from every player on the roster early m the game and 
dashed out to a 52-35 half-time lead Maryland's offense 
played consistently well throughout the fust half despite 
the fact that 10 of the 11 players saw action m the fust 
half and no starter played more than 17 minutes m the 
first half. Freshman Laron Profit scored 10 points and 
grabbed six rebounds as he saw extended playmg time for 
the first time in his career 



GEO, WASH, FG- 

Jones 2- 

Meschenakov 

29 

Koul 

Evans 

Brade 

Green 

Williams 

Krivonos 

Hazzard 

Camara 

Totals 



MARYLAND FG- 



Hipp 3 

Booth 3 

Lucas 8 

Simpkms 3 

Rhodes 8 

Ekezie 3 

Profit 4 

Elliott 

Stokes 1 

Jasikevicius 2 

Kovank 

Totals 3! 



A 

10 
6- 

10 

10 

13 

11 

1 



2 

1 

67 

A 

5 

11 

15 

5 

16 

3 

6 

2 

1 

2 



66 



FT- A 

7- 8 
9 0- 



RB A 

8 3 
1 



TP MP 

11 30 
12 



FT- 

2- 

5- 

2- 

4- 

5- 

2- 

1- 

0- 

0- 

0- 

0- 

21- 



11 



6 

1 

2 







28 

A 

4 
6 
2 
4 
5 
2 
2 




25 



11 

2 

4 

5 

1 



1 

1 

37 

RB 

4 
3 
6 
4 
4 
2 
6 
8 



39 



1 
3 
4 

1 


1 


13 

A 

1 
4 

8 
3 

3 

1 
2 

22 



22 



19 

13 

1 



3 



81 

TP 

9 

12 

20 

11 

21 

8 

10 



2 

6 



98 



35 

24 

35 

18 

12 

4 

8 

5 

200 

MP 

24 

29 

23 

32 

31 

16 

19 

12 

7 

6 

1 

200 



3 pt FG: George Washington 2-12 (Jones 0-1, 
Meschenakov 0-1, Evans 0-5, Green 1-2, Hazzard 1-2, 
Camara 0-1) Maryland 7-17 (Hipp 1-2. Booth 1-3, Lucas 2- 
5, Simpkins 1-1, Rhodes 0-3, Profit 1-2, Jasikevicius 1-1) 
Halftime: Maryland 52, George Washmgton 35 
Ofhcials: Paparo, Hess, Croft 



82 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Game Summaries 



HOWARD 
MARYLAND 



71 
88 



December 6, 1995 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Senior Johnny Rhodes tied a Maryland record with seven 
steals and led the Terps to an 88-71 victory over Howjard 
Rhodes vjas playing against his former high school coach 
at Washington Dunbar, Mike McLeese, who is currently 
the coach at Howard. In addition to his seven steals, 
Rhodes scored 19 points The Terps gained their 40th con- 
secutive non-conference victory m Cole Field House 
Maryland opened a 33-31 half-time lead, then worked hard 
on the boards in the second half, to gain the victory. The 
Terps scored the first six points of the second half and did 
not look back In addition to Rhodes's 19 points, senior 
Duane Simpkins added 17 pomts and junior Keith Booth 
scored 12, Phil Chemer scored a game high 20 pomts to 
pace the Bison 



HOWARD 


FG- A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Chemer 


6 


12 


8- 


10 


4 


2 


20 


36 


Brovm 


6 


10 


1- 


2 


7 





17 


34 


Shamwell 








0- 














1 


Outtz 


3 


14 


4- 


11 


6 


6 


11 


33 


Watson 


3 


13 


3- 


5 


3 





9 


27 


Blackmon 








0- 














3 


Ross 


2 


4 


3- 


3 


5 


1 


7 


23 


Johnson 


2 


2 


1- 


1 


8 


2 


5 


35 


Men 


1 


1 


0- 


1 


2 





2 


7 


Boone 








0- 














1 


Totals 


2 


3- 56 


20- 


33 


37 


11 


71 


200 


MARYLAND 


F 


G- A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Hipp 


5 


9 


0- 





3 


4 


10 


27 


Booth 


4 


12 


4- 


6 


8 


3 


12 


23 


Lucas 


3 


10 


0- 





8 


1 


7 


25 


Simpkins 


4 


7 


9- 


10 


3 


3 


17 


29 


Rhodes 


6 


17 


7- 


7 


8 


2 


19 


30 


Profit 





2 


3- 


4 


1 


1 


3 


11 


EUiott 


3 


5 


0- 


1 


8 





6 


19 


Ekezie 


3 


3 


0- 





6 





6 


15 


Stokes 


1 


1 


2- 


2 





1 


4 


11 


Jasikevicius 


1 


4 


1- 


2 





2 


4 


10 



Totals 



30- 70 26- 32 46 17 



200 



3 pt FG Howard 5-17 (Brown 4-5, Outtz 1-7, Watson 0-5) 
Maryland 2-14 (Hipp 0-1. Booth 0-4, Lucas 1-2, Simpkins 0- 
1, Rhodes 0-3, EUiott 0-1, Jasikevicius 1-2), 
Halftime: Maryland 33, Howard 31 
Officials: Hartzell, Styons, Lombard 



MARYLAND 
UCLA 



63 

73 



December 9, 1995 
The Pond of Anaheim, Anaheim, Cal. 

John R. Wooden Classic 

Maryland suffered through its worst field goal shooting 
performance of the season as it dropped a 73-63 decision 
to UCLA m the John R. Wooden Classic at the Pond of 
Anaheim, The Terps, playing before a partisan Brum 
crowd made )ust 19 of 77 shots (24,7 percent) for the 
game After falling betund 44-25 with just over 16 mmutes 
remainmg, the Terps responded by outscormg the Brums 
38-29 the rest of the way. The Terps kept the game com- 
petitive tliroughout, rallying from the 19-point deficit to 
pull within five on with 9:03 remainmg Senior guard 
Duane Simpkms led the Terps with 21 points Freshman 
Jelaru McCoy led the Brums with a tnple-double of 15 
points, 10 rebounds and 11 blocked shots 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Simpkms 

Rhodes 

Profit 

Kovank 

Stokes 



3. 
1 

6 
3 

0- 
0- 



Jasikevicius 0- 
Lucas 1- 



13 

12 

6 

12 

15 

4 



2 



5 





6 

6 

10 

2 

4 











7 

6 

3 

21 

8 

3 







2 



25 

33 

20 

31 

36 

13 

1 

10 

3 

9 



EUiott 


5- 


8 


2- 


4 


7 





13 


18 


RTOER 


FG- 


A 


FT- A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Totals 


19- 


77 


20- 


32 


49 


3 


63 


200 


Charles 
Smith 


3- 
6- 


5 
16 


2 

1 


4 
1 


7 
4 


3 
3 


8 

14 


25 
34 


UCLA 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


McPeek 


3- 


9 


2 


2 


3 





8 


37 


O'Bannoii 


4- 


10 


8 


11 


10 


3 


17 


37 


Hames 


5- 


13 


3 


4 


1 


6 


15 


37 


Henderson 4- 


11 


2- 


6 


5 


2 


10 


36 


Fisicaro 


4- 


8 








4 


5 


10 


35 


McCoy 


7- 


10 


1- 


2 


10 





16 


34 


Touomou 


2- 


6 





1 


3 





4 


12 


Bailey 


3- 


7 


1- 


2 


2 


3 


8 


32 


Burston 


2- 


3 








1 





4 


9 


Johnson 


6- 


11 


0- 


1 


6 





12 


26 


Fmefrock 


1- 


1 














3 


3 


Dollar 


0- 





1- 


3 


7 


1 


1 


12 


Bernard 


0- 





1 


2 








1 


3 


Loyd 


0- 





0- 














4 


Stepleton 


0- 




















3 


Dempsey 

Givens 

Totals 


2- 
0- 
26- 


4 

53 


4- 
2- 
19- 


4 
2 
31 


5 
2 
50 


1 

10 


8 
2 
73 


13 

5 

200 


AUen 

Parker 

Totals 


0- 
0- 
26- 




61 




9 




14 




27 




17 




67 


1 
1 
200 




















MARYLAND 


FG- 


A 


FT- A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


3ptFG: 


Maryland 5-21 


(Hipp 1-7, 


Simpkms 


1-2, Rhodes 


Rhodes 


7- 


16 


4 


7 


10 


3 


20 


37 


2-8, Profit 0-1, Lucas 0-1 


, EUiott, 1-2), UCLA 2-4 (O'Bannon 


Booth 


6- 


11 


3 


6 


9 


2 


15 


35 


1-1, Bailey 1-1, Johnson 0-1, Dempsey 0-1) 






EUiott 


7- 


12 


1 


2 


5 


2 


15 


25 


Halftmie: 


UCLA 3£ 


, Maryland 23 










Simpkms 


5- 


8 


2 


2 





5 


14 


33 


Officials: 


Donaghy, Lopes, PatUlo 










JasAevicius 


3- 


5 








6 


2 


6 


20 




















Ekezie 


1- 


4 


2 


5 


8 





4 


20 


RIDER 












67 




Stokes 
Profit 


1- 
2- 


1 
4 


1 
2 


2 
2 


1 
5 


4 
1 


3 
6 


18 
11 


MARYLAND 








83 




Fields 
Totals 


0- 
32- 



61 



15- 26 



47 



19 



83 


1 
200 



December 13, 1995 
Cole Field House, CoUege Park, IWd, 

Senior Johnny Rhodes scored 20 pomts to lead four Terps 
m double figure sconng as Maryland won its 19th consec- 
utive game in Cole Field House by defeating Rider. 83-67 
Sophomores Rodney EUiott (15 pomts and five rebounds) 
and Sarunas Jasikevicius (six pomts and six rebounds) 
both made their first career starts and responded with 
strong outings. The Terps played weU in aU aspects of the 
game as they shot 52,5 percent from the field, handed out 
19 assists and outrebounded Rider 47-27 After trailmg by 
as many as five pomts in the first hall, the Terps respond- 
ed With a 20-6 run late m the contest to seal the victory 
Senior Johnny Rhodes led the Terps with 20 pomts while 
Deon Hames scored a team high 15 for the Broncs 




Terrell Stokes 



3 pt FG: Rider 6-11 (Smith 1-3, Hames 2-4, Fisicaro 2-3, 
Finefrock 1-1), Maryland 4-14 (Rhodes 2-5, Booth 0-1, 
EUiott 0-3, Simpkins 2-4, JasUtevicius 0-1). 
Halftime: Rider 33, Maryland 32 
Officials Croft, Gordon, Kersey 

AMERICAN 79 

MARYLAND 104 

December 23, 1995 
Cole Field House. CoUege Park, Md. 

Semor Exree Hipp scored a season high 10 pomts, grabbed 
five rebounds and handed out three assists in 21 mmutes 
of play to lead Maryland to a 104-79 victory over American. 
The win marked the 400th victory at Cole Field House for 
the Maryland basketball program. Semor Mano Lucas 
paced SIX Terps who scored m double figures with 18 
pomts as Maryland reached the 100-pomt plateau for the 
first time durmg the season. Forward Keith Booth and 
pomt guard Duane Simpkins scored 14 points each while 
guards Sarunas Jasikevicius and Johnny Rhodes scored 13 
pomts apiece Rhodes also set a school record with nme 
steals - aU in the first half Guard Nathan Smith led the 
Eagles with a game high 19 pomts but the Terps defense 
hrmted American to 40 percent shootmg from the held. 



AMERICAN 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Fudd 


5- 


17 


4- 


4 


2 





14 


29 


GUliam 


4- 


9 


0- 


5 


7 


2 


8 


29 


TreadweU 


4- 


8 


3- 


6 


4 





11 


27 


Smith 


6- 


10 


2- 


2 


4 


1 


19 


33 


Franklm 


3- 


11 


2- 


2 


6 


6 


8 


28 


Epps 


4- 


6 


5- 


7 


2 





13 


16 


Brown 


2- 


5 


0- 





3 


2 


4 


17 


SmaU 


1- 


6 


0- 





4 





2 


19 


WaUmgton, 


















Ken 


0- 





0- 














1 


WaUmgton, 


















Keith 


0- 





0- 














1 


Totals 


29- 


72 


16- 


26 


38 


11 


79 


200 


MARYLAND 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Rhodes 


5- 


12 


2 


4 


4 


7 


13 


25 


Booth 


5- 


8 


4 


5 


12 


6 


14 


27 


EUiott 


0- 


5 


3 


4 


5 





3 


20 


Simpkins 


6- 


7 


1 


1 


4 


3 


14 


28 


Jasikevicius 


6- 


9 








2 


2 


13 


20 


Stokes 


4- 


8 








2 


3 


8 


15 


Lucas 


7- 


13 


3 


4 


8 





18 


21 


Hipp 


5- 


9 








5 


3 


10 


21 


Profit 


1- 


3 








2 





2 


8 


Ekezie 


2- 


2 


3 


5 


7 





7 


12 


Fields 


1- 


2 














2 


3 


Totals 


42- 


78 


16- 


23 


51 


24 


24 


200 



3 pt FG: American 5-9 (Fudd 0-2, Smith 5-7). Maryland 4- 
14 (Rhodes 1-3, EUiott 0-2, Simpkms 1-1, Jasikevicius 1-2, 
Lucas 1-4, Hipp 0-1, Profit 0-1). 
Halftime: Maryland 58, American 33 
Officials: Rose, EUiott, Bush 



83 



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1995-96 Game Summaries 



MD.-EASTERN SHORE 66 
MARYLAND 104 

December 28, 1995 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Senior guard Johnny Rhodes scored 22 points to lead 
Maryland past Md -Eastern Shore, 104-66, in its final non- 
conference game before the ACC season was to begin. 
The Terps victory was its third m a row and fifth in six 
games and broke a three-game winmng streak for the vis- 
itmg Hawks Maryland's mtense defensive pressure 
churned up a 59-31 half-time lead as it helped the offense 
score points m rapid bursts. The defense inspued three 
strong runs of 8-0, 16-0, and 9-0 in the first half as the 
Terps amassed 13 steals dunng the first half The Terps 
shot 63 percent from the held m the first half, gettmg 16 
assists on 25 baskets durmg the half Senior Mario Lucas 
and Freshman Laron Profit scored 17 and 10 pomts respec- 
tively while lunior Keith Booth scored 15 pomts and 
grabbed a game high 14 rebounds. 



UMES 

Wright 

Christian 

Woods 

Grady 

McKmney 

Reynolds 

Garrison 

Mobley 

Langhorne 

Ligon 

Cook 

Elston 

Hams 

Wood 

Totals 



FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



12 

7 

7 

3 

7 

7 

5 

6 

6 

8 







1 



17 

6 

5 

2 

6 

9 

6 

2 

3 

9 





1 





27 

27 

17 

21 

20 

18 

14 

18 

11 

19 

2 

2 

2 

2 



24- 69 10- 17 37 10 66 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



Totals 




1 
2 

1 
4 

7 
1 

2 

42- 74 12- 18 



Hipp 


3- 


9 


0- 


Booth 


7- 


14 


1- 


Elliott 


4- 


7 


2- 


Simpkins 


3- 


5 


0- 


Rhodes 


9- 


12 


1- 


Jasikevicius 


3- 


6 


1- 


Ekezie 


3- 


5 


0- 


Lucas 


5- 


8 


6- 


Stokes 


0- 





0- 


Profit 


5- 


6 


0- 


Raydo 


0- 


1 


1- 


Fields 


0- 


1 


0- 



2 

14 

8 

1 



2 

7 

5 



6 



2 



6 


19 


15 


26 


11 


21 


7 


24 


22 


26 


9 


19 


6 


17 


17 


16 





14 


10 


14 


1 


2 





2 



49 26 104 200 



3 pt FG UMES 8-24 (Wright 1-2, Grady 0-1, McKinney 1-4, 
Reynolds 3-7, Mobley 0-2, Langhorne 0-2, Ligon 3-6), 
Maryland 8-20 (Hipp, 0-2, Elliott 1-2, Simpkins 1-3, Rhodes 
3-5, Jasikevicius 2-4, Lucas 1-3, Raydo 0-1) 
Halftime: Maryland 59, UMES 31 
Ofhcials: Scagliotta, Pitts, Upton 






:■^^.• 



Keith Booth 



MARYLAND 
GEORGIA TECH 

January 3 



84 
98 



1996 
The Omni, Atlanta, Ga. 



Frestiman Stephen Marbury and sophomore Matt Harprmg 
scored 23 pomts each to lead Georgia Tech past Maryland, 
93-84, in the ACC season opener for both teams. The 
game was played at the Omni in Atlanta, Ga. Maryland 
ralhed from behind in the hrst half led by reserves Mano 
Lucas and Rodney Elhott After falhng behmd 18-11, 
Maryland responded with a 19-6 run and took a 30-24 lead 
with 5:33 remaining in the hrst half The Terps held a 
five-point lead late in the first half but Tech scored the 
fmal hve pomts of the half to knot the game at 42 at the 
break The Yellow Jackets then methodically opened and 
contmued to hold a comfortable lead throughout the sec- 
ond half Lucas led the Terps with 21 pomts off the bench 
while senior Johnny Rhodes added 15 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

EUiott 

Simpkms 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Stokes 1 

Jasikevicius 4 



Ekezie 

Front 

Totals 



10 


2- 


14 


5- 


- 9 


0- 


6 


0- 


14 


0- 


- 16 


2- 


1 


0- 


9 


0- 


- 


0- 


1 


0- 



5 

10 

6 

1 

6 

10 

2 

2 

1 





6 

13 

9 

7 

15 

21 

2 

11 







80 



12 46 21 



21 
33 
23 

31 

33 

22 

17 

15 

3 

2 

200 



GATECH FG- A FT- A RB A 



Harpnng 

Maddox 

EUsma 

Marbury 

Barry 

Gaston 

Saunders 

Hodge 

Totals 



15 10- 10 



TP MP 

23 38 



7 

16 

9 

1 

6 





6 

10 

4 

2 



1 





13 

23 

21 



10 





30 

30 

39 

34 

2 

24 

3 



31- 62 27- 28 35 22 98 200 



3 pt FG Maryland 11-27 (Hipp 0-2, Booth 2-4, EUiott 1-1, 

Simpkms 1-3, Rhodes 3-8, Lucas 1-4, Jasikevicius 3-5) 

Georgia Tech 9-15 (Harprmg 1-4, Marbury 3-4, Barry 3-4, 

Saunders 2-3). 

Halftime: Maryland 42, Georgia Tech 42 

Officials: Scagliotta, Hartzell, Allen 

NORTH CAROLINA 88 
MARYLAND 86 (OT) 

January 6, 1996 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md, 

Freshman Antawm Jaimson scored 25 of his game high 31 
points m the second half mcludmg a basket at the buzzer 
m overtime to give No 16 North Carolina 88-86 victory over 
Maryland Jamison's game vnrmmg basket was set up 
after Maryland's Keith Booth missed a jumper from the 
right corner with 20 seconds remaming. Tar Heel guard 
Jeff Mclnms then rmssed a lumper but teammate Dante 
Calabria grabbed the rebound m traffic, fell to the floor and 
threw a prayer toward to basket that Jamison scooped and 
deposited into the basket Calabna added 21 for North 
Carohna which shot 54 7 percent from the field Forward 
Mano Lucas scored 21 points off the bench for the Terps. 
The Terps had built an 84-79 lead m the overtune penod 
but Jamison scored four pomts m the last two mmutes to 
pull North Carolma even before his desperation shot. 



N. CAROLINA FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Okulaia 


0- 





4- 


5 


6 


3 


4 


35 


Carter 


2- 


7 


0- 





4 


1 


6 


22 


Zwikker 


2- 


2 


5- 


6 


2 


2 


9 


29 


Mclnms 


6- 


14 


0- 





2 


9 


16 


34 


Calabna 


7- 


12 


3- 


3 


8 


4 


21 


42 


Jamison 


14- 


16 


3- 


5 


8 





31 


41 


Williams 


0- 


3 


1- 


2 


2 


3 


1 


14 


Geth 


0- 





0- 














1 



Totals 


31- 


54 


16- 


21 


33 


22 


88 


225 


MARYLAND 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Hipp 


1- 


4 


0- 


2 


2 


4 


2 


20 


Booth 


4- 


12 


6- 


7 


5 


4 


16 


37 


EUiott 


4- 


5 


0- 





3 


1 


8 


22 


Simpkins 


6- 


11 


2- 


2 


2 


3 


19 


38 


Rhodes 


4- 


10 


2- 


2 


5 


3 


10 


42 


Lucas 


7- 


12 


3- 


4 


7 





21 


33 


Stokes 


2- 


2 


3- 


4 


2 


1 


7 


14 


Jasikevicius 


0- 


1 


0- 








1 





3 


Ekezie 


2- 


5 


0- 





4 





4 


16 


Totals 


30- 


62 


16- 


21 


30 


17 


86 


225 



3 pt FG: North Carolma 10-21 (Carter 2-4, Mclnms 4-7, 
Calabna 4-3, WUliams 0-2). Maryland 10-24 (Hipp 0-3, 
Booth 1-2, Simpkins 5-8, Rhodes 0-3, Lucas 4-7, 
Jasikevicius 0-1 

Halftime: North Carolma 44. Maryland 37 
Regulation: Maryland 77, North CaroUna 77 
Ofhcials: Paparo, Croft, Steed 

MARYLAND 64 

WAKE FOREST 77 

January 13, 1996 

Lavyrence Joel Veterans Memorial Cohseum, 

Wmston Salem, N.C. 

All-Amencan forward Tim Duncan posted his first career 
tnple-double to lead No 8 Wake Forest past Maryland 77- 
64 Duncan scored 14 pomts, grabbed 15 rebounds and 
blocked 10 shots The Terps shot just 34.3 percent from 
the held and feU behind 11-0 to begin the contest. Guard 
Rusty LaHue scored 19 pomts while Tony Rutland added 
12 for the Demon Deacons Junior Keith Booth scored a 
team high 16 pomts wtule Mano Lucas scored 13 and 
Johnny Rhodes added 12 Rhodes grabbed a season high 
12 rebounds. 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Booth 
EUiott 
Rhodes 
Simpkms 
Stokes 
Lucas 
Jasikevicius 0' 
Ekezie 1 

Profit 1 

Hipp 1 

Raydo 0- 

Fields 0- 



10 8- 
4 0- 
17 0- 



10 

3 

19 



1 

1 

2 







6 

1 

12 

3 

2 

5 





3 

2 







16 

4 

12 

10 

3 

13 



2 

2 

2 







32 

20 

33 

25 

27 

27 

4 

6 

15 

9 

1 

1 



Totals 



23- 67 14- 20 37 7 



64 200 



WAKE FOR. FG- A FT- A RB A 



Petal 

Allen 

Duncan 

LaRue 

Rutland 

BrasweU 

Jackson 

Goolsby 

Amonett 

StringfeUow 

Wilson 

Scott 

Herbst 



5 

3 

11 

10 

8 

4 

5 

2 













2 

2 

11 



6 

4 

4 







1 



2 



4 

7 

15 

3 

2 

1 

1 

4 





1 



1 



14 

19 

12 

4 

3 







1 







Totals 



21- 



48 26- 32 42 13 77 200 



3 pt FG: Maryland 4-13 (Rhodes 0-2, Simpkins 2-4, Lucas 

2-7) Wake Forest 919 (Petal 2-3, LaRue 5-7, Rutland 2-5, 

BrasweU 0-2, Goolsby 0-2) 

Halftime: Wake Forest 39, Maryland 20 

Officials: Rose, HartzeU, Rote 



84 



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1995-96 Game Summaries 



DELAWARE STATE 55 
MARYLAND 118 

January 17, 1996 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Maryland stopped its first three-game losing streak m 
three years with a resounding 118-55 victory over 
Delaware State in Cole Field House. Senior Johnny 
Rhodes led five Terps m double figures as he scored a 
game high 20 points The Terps opened the game aggres- 
sively as they scored 70 points in the first half, shot 51.3 
percent from the field, forced 23 turnovers and outre- 
bounded the Hornets, 59-29, Forwards Keith Booth and 
Exree Hipp scored 15 points each, point guard Duane 
Simpkms 19 and freshman center Obmna Ekezie 16 The 
final tally marked the most points the Terps had scored all 
season and the 70 pomts marked the biggest first half out- 
put under Head Coach Gary Williams. 



DEL. STATE FG- A FT- A RB A 



Parker 

Stevens 

Nurse 

Steadham 

Hood 

Stagg 

Morns 

Holmes 

Clarke 

Williams 



12 

6 

9 

7 

9 

2 



TP MP 

11 24 



10 

4 

6 

16 



6 

2 







23 

22 

27 

36 

7 

33 

10 

10 



20- 61 12- 17 29 11 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



55 200 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Simpkins 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Stokes 

Jasikevicius 3 

Elhott 

Profit 

Raydo 

Fields 



10 

7 

8 

9 

16 

10 

3 

8 

2 

3 

2 

2 



5 

9 

3 

9 

3 

4 

2 

3 

10 



1 



15 

15 

16 

19 

20 

7 

4 

9 

2 

9 

2 





23 
25 
24 
25 

26 

17 

11 

14 

14 

14 

4 

3 



Totals 



41- 80 25- 39 59 30 118 200 



3 pt FG: Delaware State 3-12 (Steadham 1-5, Hood 2-6, 
Morns 0-1) Maryland 11-22 (Hipp 0-1, Simpkms 5-6, 
Rhodes 2-3, Lucas 1-4, Jasikevicius 2-5. Profit 1-2, Raydo 0-1). 
Halftime: Maryland 70, Delaware State 23 
Officials: Rose, Elliott, Kersey 



N.C. STATE 
MARYLAND 



74 

77 (OT) 



January 20, 1996 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Junior Keith Booth scored 14 points and pulled dovra 14 
rebounds, blocked five shots, had five steals and five 
assists to lead Maryland to a 77-74 overtime victory over 
N.C. State. The game marked the second victory in a row 
and first of the season in the ACC for the Terps, Maryland 
also received a cntical effort from freshman Obmna Ekezie 
who helped hold the ACC's leadmg scorer Todd Fuller to a 
season low eight pomts In addition to Ekezie's stellar 
play m the middle, Maryland also received a steadymg 
hand from freshman point guard Terrell Stokes down the 
stretch. But it was sophomore Sarunas Jasikevicius who 
hit perhaps the biggest shot of the Terps' season so far. It 
was Jasikevicius's three-point basket from the top of the 
circle with the shot clock down to three seconds and the 
score tied at 69 that put the Terps on top to stay in the 
overtime period 



N.C. STATE 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Strong 


8- 


15 


3- 


3 


6 





26 


31 


Hyatt 


5- 


11 


0- 





8 


2 


11 


39 


Fuller 


3- 


14 


2- 


4 


17 


2 


8 


35 


Marshall 


2- 


8 


0- 


1 


2 


4 


4 


27 


Harrison. C. 


1- 


4 


0- 





4 


3 


3 


28 


Benjamin 


5- 


11 


0- 


1 


7 


5 


11 


31 


Pinkms 


2- 


6 


0- 


1 


7 





5 


20 



Sutton 0- 1 

Harnson, M 3- 5 

Wagner 0- 

Totals 29- 75 






10 




2 

56 



1 5 

6 6 

3 

17 74 225 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 

Hipp 0-5 1-2 10 



TP MP 



1 



15 



Booth 5- 

Ekezie 4- 

Simpkins 4- 

Rhodes 5- 

Lucas 3 
Jasikevicius 3 

Stokes 1 

Profit 

Totals 2 



10 
13 
10 



5 14 43 

12 27 

7 12 39 

3 10 36 

10 20 

2 15 21 

2 3 22 



0- 



67 18 



28 41 19 77 225 



3 pt FG: N C State 11-32 (Strong 7-11, Hyatt 1-5, Fuller 0- 
1, Marshall 0-3, Harnson, C 1-2, Benjamm 1-6, Pmkms 1-3, 
Sutton 0-1) Maryland 5-12 (Hipp 0-2, Simpkms 2-4, 
Rhodes, 0-1, Lucas 0-1, Jasikevicius 3-4). 
Halftune: Maryland 31, N C. State 31 
Regulation: Maryland 66, N C State 66 
Officials: Paparo, Wood, Gray 

CLEMSON 60 

MARYLAND 65 

January 24, 1996 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Semor Johrmy Rhodes and ]umor Keith Booth scored 17 
pomts each to lead Maryland to a 65-60 victory over No. 18 
Clemson at home. An early second-half 6-0 bhtz by the 
Terps allowed them to recover a lead which it had through- 
out the entue first half Baskets by freshman Obmna Ekezie 
(6 pomts, 11 rebounds) and Terrell Stokes (three pomts) and 
two free throws by Rhodes allowed the Terps to take a lead 
late m the second half which they did not rebnguish. The 
Terps hit lour free throws m the fmal mmute of the game to 
secure the victory Guard Tenell Mclntyre scored a game 
high 22 pomts for Clemson while Andnus Jurkunas scored 
14 and Greg Buckner 12 for the Tigers 



CLEMSON FG- A FT- A RB A 



Jurkunas 

Clinstie 

Wideman 

Mclntyre 

Buckner 

Johnson 

Jamison 

Jones 

Totals 



4 

4 

14 

9 

3 

3 

2 



TP MP 

14 29 



2 

4 

22 

12 



6 





16 
35 
40 
37 
13 
18 
12 



48 11- 15 32 10 60 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Hipp 1 

Booth 4 

Ekezie 2 

Simpkms 3 

Rhodes 6 

Jasikevicius 1 

Lucas 

Stokes 1 

Elliott 0' 



3 

6 

11 

6 

2 

2 

1 



4- 
9- 
2- 
2- 
4- 
2- 
0- 
1- 
0- 



4 

12 

3 

2 

8 

2 



4 





3 

5 

11 

2 

4 

2 

2 

1 





7 

17 

6 

10 

17 

5 



3 





17 
37 
31 
30 
38 
17 
10 
18 
2 



Totals 



18 



43 24- 35 32 11 65 200 



3 pt FG: Clemson 7-14 (Jurkanas 2-5, Mclntyre 5-7, 
Johnson 0-2) Maryland 5-16 (Hipp 1-1, Booth 0-1, 
Simpkms 2-3, Rhodes 1-5, Jasikevicius 1-5, Lucas 0-1. 
Halfi;ime: Maryland 37, Clemson 30 
Officials : Hartzell, Scagliotta, Gordon 



MARYLAND 
DUKE 



73 
83 



January 28, 1996 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, N.C. 

Maryland had its season high-tying thiee-game vyinning 
streak snapped by Duke, 83-73, at Cameron Indoor 
Stadium. After playing perhaps its worst first half of the 
season, the Terps outscored Duke by 10 over the fmal 10 
mmutes of the game to pull withm 10 at the fmal buzzer. 



Maryland began sluggishly and was forced to play catch- 
up after falling behind by 12 less than six minutes mto the 
game That meant fouling - the teams combined for 52 
fouls and 82 free throws in the 2 1/2 hour game. The strat- 
egy almost worked for the Terps as they cut the Blue Devil 
lead to 67-61 with 339 to play, but could not get any clos- 
er. Senior Johnny Rhodes led the Terps m sconng with 22 
pomts while semor Mano Lucas scored 17 and jumor Keith 
Booth added 1 5. Duke guard Jeff Capel led five Blue 
Devils in scoring with 18 pomts. 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Rhodes 

Simpkms 

Stokes 



Jasikevicius 2- 



Profit 
Lucas 
Elliott 
Totals 

DUKE 



3 
12 



2 

5 

4 

11 

2 



5 

15 

4 

22 

5 



5 



17 





16 
34 
16 
34 
23 
21 
16 
10 
22 



26- 73 13- 25 42 17 73 200 



FG- A FT- A 



RB A 



Pnce 
Wallace 
Newrton 
Capel 5 

CoUms 4 

Domzalski 1 
Woiciechowski2 
Brunson 



5 

7 

14 

8 

4 

3 





11 




5 

4 

13 

2 

1 

9 

5 





TP MP 

11 33 
8 26 
33 
31 
31 
21 
24 
1 



11 

18 

13 

9 

13 





Totals 



22- 49 32- 47 46 17 83 200 



3 pt FG: Maryland 8-21 (Hipp 0-1, Rhodes 3-7, Simpkms 1- 
3, Jasikevicius 0-2, Profit 0-1, Lucas 4-7). Duke 7-16 (Pnce 
0-1, Wallace 1-1, Capel 3-7, CoUms 2-5 Wojciechowski 1-2). 
Halftime: Duke 45, Maryland 28 
Officials: Paparo, Croft, Hess 



MARYLAND 
VIRGINIA 



80 
72 



February 1, 1996 
University Hall, Charlottesville, Va. 

Jumor forward Keith Booth scored a then-career high 27 
pomts to lead Maryland past Virgima 80-72, m 
Charlettoesville. Semor guards Johnny Rhodes and Duane 
Simpkms added 21 and 12 pomts respectively as Maryland 
won m University Hall for the first time since 1991. 
Booth's career-high countered a career high 29 by 
Virgmia's Jamal Robmson Maryland trailed 47-42 with 
just under 12 minutes remainmg m the game before Booth 
and semor Exree Hipp ignited a 17-2 run which catapulted 
the Terps ahead for good. 




Sarunas Jasikevicius 



85 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Game Summaries 



MARYLAND 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Hipp 


1- 


5 


1- 


2 


1 


1 


3 


25 


Booth 


9- 


16 


8- 


10 


16 


5 


27 


38 


Ekezie 


1- 


1 


0- 





1 





2 


13 


Simpkins 


4- 


11 


2- 


4 


2 


5 


12 


27 


Rhodes 


8- 


12 


4- 


6 


5 


5 


21 


39 


Lucas 


4- 


7 


2- 


4 


7 





12 


27 


Profit 


0- 


1 


0- 





1 


1 





9 


Stokes 


0- 





3- 


6 





1 


3 


14 


Elliott 


0- 





0- 














2 


Jasikevicius 


0- 


1 


0- 














6 


Totals 


27- 


54 


20- 


31 


35 


IB 


80 


200 


VIRGINIA 


FG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Nolan 


3- 


9 


0- 





12 


1 


6 


31 


Alexander, Co 3- 


11 


0- 





2 


1 


6 


16 


Alexander, Ch 1- 


4 


2- 


2 


6 





4 


29 


Staples 


4- 


6 


3- 


4 


9 


2 


14 


35 


Deane 


3- 


16 


4- 


6 


2 


5 


11 


38 


Robmson 


12- 


16 


5- 


6 


7 


2 


29 


32 


Johnson 


0- 


3 


0- 





2 








12 


Curtis 


1- 


3 


0- 





1 





2 


6 


McLaughlin 


0- 





0- 














1 


Totals 


27- 


68 


14- 


18 


42 


11 


72 


200 



3 pt FG Maryland 6-17 (Hipp 0-3, Booth 1-2, Simpkins 2-5, 
Rhodes 1-2, Lucas 2-3. Profit 0-1. Jasikevicius 0-1). 
Vuginia 4-20 (Alexander, Co, 0-2, Staples 3-4, Deane 1-9. 
Robinson 0-1, Johnson 0-3, Curtis 0-1). 
Halftune: Virgmia 31, Maryland 30 
Officials : Scagliotta, Patillo, Gordon 



GEROGIA TECH 74 
MARYLAND 88 

February 3, 1996 
Cole Field House, CoUege Park, Md. 

Seruor guard Duane Sunpkins led five Terps in double fig- 
ures as Maryland defeated No 25 Georgia Tech 88-74 in 
Cole Field House The victory was Maryland's fifth in its 
last SIX games and moved them mto fourth place m the 
ACC standmgs Maryland seemed to do everything cor- 
rectly on defense and constantly frustrated the Yellow 
Jackets on offense. The Terps spent the afternoon break- 
mg down every defense the Jackets threw at them, from 
man-to-man to zone to a tnangle-and-two In addition to 
Simpkins's 15 points, semor Exree Hipp and jumor Keith 
Booth also scored 15 pomts while freshman Terrell Stokes 
scored his career high of 15 and semor Johnny Rhodes 
added 10 The Terps led 37-36 at half-tune and broke the 
game open with a 13-3 run to begin the second half. The 
spurt provided breathing room for the remainder of the 
game. Freshman Stephen Marbury led Georgia Tech with 
a game-high 26 pomts 



GATECH FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Harpnng 

Maddox 

EUsma 

Marbury 

Barry 

Gaston 

Saunders 

Hodge 

KeUy 

Totals 



5- 
0- 
2- 
8- 
5- 
0- 
3- 
0- 
0- 



2 

4 

15 

13 



7 







4 

4 

14 

4 

2 

1 

4 







17 



8 

26 

14 



9 







38 

18 

36 

40 

37 

5 

24 

1 

1 



23- 49 18- 22 36 15 74 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Simpkms 

Rhodes 

Lucas 

Profit 

Stokes 



TP MP 



Jasikevicius 0- 



EUiott 
Raydo 
Fields 
Totals 



14 

12 

7 

5 

8 

9 

5 

4 

1 

1 







15 

15 

4 

15 

10 

7 

9 

11 



2 







20 

37 

19 

22 

33 

21 

18 

18 

7 

3 

1 

1 



31- 66 18- 25 33 23 88 200 



3 pt FG: Georgia Tech 10-19 (Harpnng 1-2. Marbury 5-8. 
Barry 2-6. Saunders 2-3. Maryland 8-18 (Hipp 1-3. Booth 0-1. 
Simpkms 3-3. Rhodes 1-3, Lucas 0-4, Profit 1-2, Stokes 2-2) 
Halftime: Maryland 37, Georgia Tech 36 
Officials. Rose. Rote. Allen 



MARYLAND 84 

NORTH CAROLINA 78 

February 6. 1996 
Dean E. Smith Center. Chapel Hm. N.C. 

In its boldest statement of the season. Maryland toppled 
No. 12 North Carohna. 84-78. at the Smith Center m 
Chapel Hill. The vrai marked Maryland's first m the build- 
mg smce 1990 and was its fifth wm m six conference 
games. The victory m Chapel Hill was the first m the four- 
year career of Maryland semors Exree Hipp. Mario Lucas. 
Johrmy Rhodes and Duane SmipMns But it was fteshman 
Terrell Stokes who hit three clutch free throws m the final 
20 seconds to thwart a furious North Carohna comeback 
which had seen the Tar Heels recover from 17 pomts 
down. Maryland, which led 37-35 at half-time, got their 
first 25 points of the second half from their semor quartet 
to open a 62-50 lead Hipp scored the Terps first eight 
pomts of the half Stokes was sent to the ftee throw Ime 
vnth 20.4 seconds remainmg and the score tied a 78. He 
hit both shots and another with 13 2 second remaimng to 
secure the victory. Jumor forward Keith Booth, who 
scored 12 pomts. iced the game with two free throws as 
the clock ran dovra. 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Booth 

Hipp 

Ekezie 

Rhodes 

Simpkms 

Lucas 

Stokes 

Profit 

Elliott 



Jasikevicius 1- 



9 

4 

13 

9 

8 

1 

4 

3 

2 



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



12 

11 

6 

13 

18 

10 

3 

4 

4 

3 



35 

28 

16 

30 

29 

24 

17 

9 

6 

6 



Totals 



30- 61 16- 23 30 16 84 200 



N. CAROLINA FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



Carter 

Jamison 

Swikker 

Calabria 

Mclimis 

Okulaja 

Williams 

Totals 



7 

11 

11 

9 

8 

3 

9 



9 

13 

15 

6 

12 

6 

17 



15 
34 
33 
34 
35 
26 
23 



29- 58 11- 17 37 20 78 200 



3 pt FG: Maryland 8-20 (Booth 0-2. Hipp 1-3. Rhodes 2-5. 

Sunpkms 2-4. Lucas 2-4. Profit 0-1. Jasikevicius 1-1). North 

Carolina 9-21 (Carter 1-3. Calabna 0-6. Mclnms 3-3, 

Okulaja 0-1, Williams 5-8). 

Halftime: Maryland 37. North Carolma 35 

Officials: Paparo. Donate. Croft 

MARYLAND 78 
FLORIDA STATE 100 

February 10. 1996 
Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, Floroida 

Senior Scott Shepherd scored 21 pomts to lead five Flonda 
State players m double figures as the Semmoles defeated 
Maryland, 100-78. The Semmoles shot 57 4 percent from 
the field and made 29 free throws m gainmg the victory. 
In addition to Shepherd's strong outmg. guard Geoff 
Brower added 17 and forward LaMarr Greer and Corey 
Louis scored 16 pomts each. Semor Johrmy Rhodes scored 
20 points to lead the Terps while jumor Keith Booth scored 
17 points on 11-14 shootmg from the free throw fine. 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



Hipp 
Simpkms 
Rhodes 
Booth 
Ekezie 
Profit 
Stokes 
Jasikevicius 1- 
Fields 0- 

Lucas 7- 

Elhott 1- 

Totals 



14 

5 



2 



5 

1 

12 

2 



4- 

5- 

3- 

11- 

0- 

4- 

0- 

0- 

0- 

0- 

0- 



5 

6 

4 

14 



6 







2 





TP MP 

8 25 
8 30 
32 
33 
9 

13 
12 



20 

17 



4 



2 



17 

2 



1 

25 

12 



22- 56 27- 37 31 15 78 200 

86 



FLORIDA S 


TFG- 


A 


FT- 


A 


RB 


A 


TP 


MP 


Jackson 


1- 


2 


4- 


5 


2 


1 


6 


14 


Greer 


6- 


8 


2- 


4 


4 


6 


16 


26 


CoUms 


5- 


11 


2- 


3 


5 


3 


13 


34 


Brower 


5- 


8 


4- 


4 


4 


4 


17 


31 


Louis 


6- 


11 


4- 


7 


8 





16 


37 


Wooden 


0- 


1 


0- 





1 








2 


Shepherd 


4- 


5 


10- 


14 


2 


1 


21 


25 


Curry 


0- 


1 


0- 














4 


Sparks 


1- 


3 


2- 


2 


4 


1 


4 


8 


Luchman 


3- 


3 


1- 


1 


4 





7 


19 


Totals 


31- 


54 


29- 


40 


36 


15 


100 


200 



3 pt FG: Maryland 7-30 (Hipp 0-2. Sunpkms 1-7. Rhodes 

3-9. Booth 0-1. Profit 0-2. Jasikevicius 0-2, Lucas 3-6). 

Flonda State 9-18 (Greer 2-4. CoUms 1-3. Brower 3-5. 

Shepherd 3-5, Sparks 0-1) 

Halftune: Flonda State 35, Maryland 28 

Officials Rose, Wood, Gray 

WAKE FOREST 85 

MARYLAND 78 

February 15. 1996 
Cole Field House. College Park, Md. 

Center Tim Duncan scored 33 pomts on 12 of 14 shooting 
from the field and guard Tony Rutland scored 18 pomts to 
lead Wake Forest to a come-from-behmd, 85-78, viaory over 
Maryland m Cole Field House. The Terps led at half-time 
and mcreased their lead early m the second half but Duncan 
led the Deacons back with 10 pomts m the first eight min- 
utes of the second half. The Deacons used a 16-6 run givmg 
them a 57-52 lead with 12 40 remainmg; a lead they never 
rehnqmshed. Semor Johnny Rhodes led the Terps with 27 
pomts and 10 rebounds while jumor Keith Booth added 16 
pomts and freshman Laron Profit added 10. Duncan led four 
Wake Forest players m double figme scoring 



WAKE FOR. FG- A FT- A RB A 



TP MP 



LaRue 

Jackson 

Duncan 

Braswell 

Rutland 

Allen 

Petal 

Goolsby 

Totals 



4- 

0- 

12- 

3- 

3- 

0- 

4- 





14 

4 

11 

1 

5 



2 



12 

2 

10 



2 



12 



33 

8 

18 



12 



28 

9 

40 

19 

40 

19 

33 



1-10-0 2 
27- 44 24- 28 32 17 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A 



85 200 



TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Rhodes 

Lucas 2- 

Profit 4- 

Elhott 0- 

Jasikevicius 2- 



1-41-211 4 15 

5- 15 6- 7 2 1 16 30 

3-51-270 7 25 

2-50-023 4 31 

10- 17 6- 10 10 3 27 37 

2-60-040 4 16 



10 



10 23 



15 



Totals 



29- 65 16- 23 29 15 78 200 



3 pt FG: Wake Forest 7-14 (LaRue 2-3. Braswell 0-1, Rutland 
3-7, Petal 2-3). Maryland 4-18 (Hipp 1-3, Booth 0-4, Rhodes 
1-3, Lucas 0-2, Profit 0-3, Elliott 0-1, Jasikeviaus 2-2) 
Halftune: Maryland 40, Wake Forest 39 
Officials: ScagUotta. Hartzell. Steed 



MISSOURI 
MARYLAND 



72 

91 



February 18. 1996 
Cole Field House. College Park, Md. 

Freshman Terrell Stokes dished out a career high 12 
assists m only his third career start to lead Maryland past 
Missoun. 91-72. m a game nationally televised by ABC 
from Cole Field House. The 6-foot freshman from 
Philadelphia added four pomts. four rebounds and two 
steals to his lofty assists total, Stokes's 12 assists left him 
only one assist short of tymg the school record for assists 
in a smgle game of 13 by Keith Gatlm m 1984. The Terps 
led by as much as 14 m the first half and went up by 22 in 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Game Summaries 



the second- Maryland shot 60,3 percent from the field, 
had 30 assists on 3B field goals, forced 24 turnovers and 
were credited with 16 steals. Senior Johnny Rhodes led 
five Teips who scored in double figures with 21 points. 
Senior Mano Lucas and sophomore Rodney Elliott scored 
15 each; semor Exiee Hipp scored 14 and junior Keith 
Booth added 14, Forward Kelly Thames scored a team 
high 19 pomts for Missoun 

MISSOURI FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Winfield 2-53-642 7 32 

Thames 7- 15 5- 6 2 3 19 36 

Heley. Si 5-70-131 10 21 

Moore 3-50-012 6 26 

Sutherland 2-22-200 7 17 

Haley. Sa. 1- 4 0- 3 1 2 7 

Hardge 0-02-200 26 

Gtmun 4-50-061 10 21 

Allouche 1-32-221 4 21 

Walther 1-10-000 33 

Ferguson 0-10-001 03 

Murdock 0-12-220 26 



Combs 
Totals 



0-0 0-0 2 



1 



26- 49 16- 21 26 14 72 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 7- 13 0- 14 14 30 

Booth 6-91-371 13 30 

Ekezie 2-30-021 4 14 

Stokes 2-4 0-2 4 12 4 32 

Rhodes 8- 12 3- 7 5 6 21 33 

Lucas 5-94-661 15 23 

Profit 1-20-001 2 16 

Jasikeviaus 0-10-002 06 

Elliott 6-70-031 15 13 

Raydo 0-10-001 02 

Fields 1-20-000 31 



Totals 



38- 63 8- 18 29 30 91 200 



3 pt FG: Missouri 4-7 (Sutherland 1-1. Gnmm 2-3. Allouche 
0-1. Walther 1-1. Ferguson 0-1), Maryland 7-14 (Hipp 0-2. 
Rhodes 2-4. Lucas 1-2. Profit 0-1. EUiott 3-3, Fields 1-2). 
Halftime: Maryland 44. Missoun 32 
Officials: Range, Petro, Zetcher 



MARYLAND 
N.C. STATE 



86 
84 



February 22, 1996 
Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. 

Sophomore Rodney Elliott scored 13 points in 15 minutes 
of play versus N,C, State in leading Maryland to its third 
victory m the last four years m Raleigh. 86-84 over the 
Wolfpack, EUlott scored on a perfect stx-of-six shots from 
the field, mcluding his fourth consecutive three-pomt shot 
attempt over a two game span, Elliott also drew the 
biggest charge of the season with 12,8 seconds remaining 
m the game and the Terps up by one, 85-84, The Wolfpack 
gamed possession of the ball under the Terps' basket after 
a Maryland time-out and gamed a two-on-one break for 
the go-ahead basket, Elliott drew a charge call agamst Al 
Pinkens and juiuot Keith Booth hit one free throw with 9,3 
seconds remainmg and the Terps thwarted a last second 
N,C State challenge 

MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Hipp 


5- 


8 


3- 


3 


2 


3 


13 


31 


Booth 


7- 


16 


3- 


5 


7 


5 


17 


32 


Ekezie 


0- 


2 


0- 





2 








9 


Stokes 


2- 


3 


1- 


2 


1 


6 


6 


31 


Rhodes 


8- 


9 


1- 


2 


4 


2 


20 


33 


Lucas 


3- 


6 


0- 





7 





6 


24 


Jasikevicius 


0- 


1 


0- 





1 


1 





5 


Profit 


5- 


8 


0- 


1 





5 


11 


20 


Ellion 


6- 


6 


0- 











13 


15 



36- 59 8- 13 26 22 



200 



N.C. STATE FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hyan 4-53-434 12 27 

Strong 7- 12 0- 4 15 27 

Fuller 7- 13 8- 10 9 1 23 34 

Harrison. C,C, 2-62-22 17 

16 

Marshall 0-10-014 22 



Benjamm 3- 

Pinkms 4- 

Sutton 0- 

Wagner 1- 

Hamson, M, 0- 



8 3-4 

6 6-8 

0-0 

2 0-2 

0-0 



12 10 25 

6 1 14 27 

4 

1 1 3 11 
2 7 



Totals 



28- 53 22- 30 28 16 84 200 



3 pt FG: Maryland 6-10 (Hipp 0-1. Booth 0-1. Stokes 1-1. 
Rhodes 3-4. Lucas 0-1. Profit 1-1. Elhott 1-1), N C State 6- 
22 (Hyatt 1-2, Strong 1-5, Fuller 1-2, Hamson, C,C, 1-3, 
Marshall 0-1, Benjamm 1-5. Pmkins 0-2. Wagner 1-2), 
Hafltime: Maryland 43. N.C State 36 
Officials, ScagUotta. Hartzell. Gordon 



MARYLAND 
CLEMSON 



61 
68 



February 24. 1996 
Littlejohn Cohseum, Clemson. S,C, 

Freshman Tenell Stokes scored a career Mgh 15 pomts 
and nearly led Maryland back from a 28-16 half-time deficit 
but the Terps came up short, losmg at Clemson, 68-61, 
Stokes scored 10 second-half pomts, mcludmg a three- 
pomter with 34,8 seconds remainmg to draw Maryland 
vnthm three at 63-60, Clemson hit four of its last five free 
throws and the Terps missed three three-pomt shots 
Junior Keith Booth scored a team high 16 pomts while 
semor Mano Lucas added 10 and Stokes 15 as the Terps 
had three players score m double figures. After shootmg 
above 60 percent from the field m its previous two games, 
Maryland shot only 36 percent from the floor and made 
only four baskets m the fust half. Forward Greg Buckner 
scored a game high 19 pomts and guard Terrell Mclntyre 
added 17 for the Tigers, 

MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 2-50-000 6 25 

Booth 5- 15 5- 7 7 16 38 

Ekezie 0-00-010 12 

Smnpkins 1-42-223 5 18 

Rhodes 2- 11 2- 5 5 2 7 26 

Lucas 3-74-880 10 25 

Stokes 4-66-732 15 26 

Profit 1-10-010 2 13 

EUlOtt 0-00-010 06 

Jasikevicius 0-10-0 13 11 



Totals 



18- 50 19- 29 37 10 61 200 



CLEMSON FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Jurkunas 


2- 


3 


0- 





4 


1 


5 


20 


Chnstie 


2- 


8 


3- 


4 


1 





8 


31 


Wideman 


3- 


7 


1- 


2 


7 





7 


29 


Mclntyre 


3- 


9 


10- 


11 


3 


3 


17 


31 


Buckner 


6- 


11 


7- 


10 


4 


3 


19 


37 


Jamison 


3- 


7 


2- 


2 


6 


1 


8 


26 


Harder 


0- 


4 


4- 


5 


2 


3 


4 


22 


Jones 


0- 





0- 





1 








4 



Totals 



19- 49 27- 34 33 11 68 200 



3 pt FG Maryland 6-19 (Hipp 2-4, Booth 1-3, Sunpkms 1-1, 

Rhodes 1-5, Lucas 0-2, Stokes 1-3. Jasikevicius 0-1), 

Clemson 3-9 (Jurkunas 1-2, Chnstie 1-3. Mclntyre 1-2. 

Harder 0-2), 

Halftune: Clemson 28. Maryland 16 

Officials: Paparo, Gray. Wood 



DUKE 
MARYLAND 



77 
75 



February 28. 1996 
Cole Field House, CoUege Park, Md, 

Duke's Ricky Pnce threw m a three-pomt rammaker from 
the left comer to propel Duke to a 77-75 victory over 
Maryland at the buzzer m Cole Field House, Maryland 
was protectmg a 75-74 lead m the closmg seconds when 
forward Keith Booth was ruled out of bounds trying to 
save a loose ball. Duke's Stan Brunson inboimded the ball 
to Blue Devil guard Steve Wojciechowski near midcourt. 
and he dnbbled left and fired a pass to Pnce m the comer, 
Pnce, who found himself all alone after a defensive scram- 
ble, hit all net- Booth and senior Johnny Rhodes led 
Maryland with 18 pomts for Maryland while guard Chns 
Collms led Duke wnth a game high 27. 

87 



DUKE 



FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Pnce 5- 10 4- 5 

Domzalski 2-4 0-0 

Newton 3-8 3-8 

Capel 7- 15 0- 



5 1 15 33 

8 4 29 

13 9 31 

4 1 17 34 



Collms 9- 17 8- 11 3 4 27 38 

Wojciechowski 1- 5 2-453 5 21 
Bmnson 0-00-040 14 



Totals 



27- 59 17- 28 47 9 77 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 2-54-532 8 28 

Booth 5- 11 8- 10 11 2 18 30 

Ekezie 1-14-850 6 16 

Simpkms 2-70-018 6 26 

Rhodes 8- 16 1- 3 4 3 18 35 

Stokes 0- 2 C- 5 17 

Lucas 5- 13 0- 5 12 24 

Profit 2-20-021 5 12 

EUiott 1-10-000 2 10 

Jasikeviaus 0-10-000 02 



Totals 



26- 59 17- 26 31 21 75 200 



3 pt FG: Duke 6-19 (Pnce 1-2, Capel 3-6, Collins 1-7, 
Wojciechowski 1-4), Maryland 6-20 (Hipp 0-2, Sunpkms 2- 
7, Rhodes 1-4, Lucas 2-5, Profit 1-1, Jasikevicius 0-1). 
Halftune: Maryland 31. Duke 31 
Officials: Rose. Hartzell. Rote 



VIRGINIA 
MARYLAND 



71 
83 



March 2. 1996 
Cole Field House. CoUege Park. Md. 

Keith Booth scored 29 points on 10 of 14 shootmg from the 
field and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Maryland past 
Virgmia. 83-71. m Cole Field House. Booth's 29 points (a 
career high at the time of the game) marked the second 
tune during the season that he had played well versus the 
Cavaliers; earlier he had scored 27 (a career high at the 
tune of that game) versus the Cavahers on Febmary 1. In 
addition to Booth's big game, senior Johrmy Rhodes broke 
the all-time ACC record for steals m a career durmg the 
first half, Maryland's pressmg defense produced 15 steals 
and forced 24 turnovers. Guard Curtis Staples scored a 
team high 20 pomts for the Cavahers, The game was 
punctuated by superiatives, startmg wnth the pie-game 
ceremony that saw All-American Joe Smith retum to Cole 
Field House for the first tune smce the end of his collegiate 
career. His jersey number 32 was unfurled from the rafters 
pnor to the game, 

VIRGINIA EG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Nolan 3-7 2-2 

Alexander Co, 6- 13 2- 2 

Alexander Ch, 2- 3 0-0 

Staples 8- 16 1- 2 

Deane 6- 13 2- 2 

Robmson 3-4 0-0 

Watkins 0-1 0-0 

Walton 0-0 0-0 



Totals 



28- 57 7- 



6 8 32 
5 3 16 37 

7 4 29 
4 20 38 

8 2 17 32 
8 3 6 19 
3 12 
1 
39 12 71 200 



MARYIJUro FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 2-71-173 5 25 

Booth 10- 14 9- 12 10 2 29 31 

Ekezie 4-51-120 9 19 

Simpkins 4- 11 2- 4 15 14 33 

Rhodes 4- 17 0- 4 3 8 33 

Profit 2-72-340 6 18 

Stokes 1-20-011 3 11 

Lucas 2-72-251 7 19 

Elhott 1-50-030 29 

Raydo 0-00-000 01 

Fields 0-00-000 01 



Totals 



30- 75 17- 23 39 15 83 200 



3 pt FG: Virgmia 8-20 (Alexander Co, 2-5. Staples 3-9. 
Deane 3-6), Maryland 6-23 (Hipp 0-1, Simpkins 4-8. 
Rhodes 0-7. Profit 0-3. Stokes 1-1. Lucas 1-2. EUiott 0-1). 
Halftime: Maryland 42. Virginia 30 
Officials: Paparo, ScagUotta, Gray 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



1995-96 Game Summaries 



FLORIDA STATE 



78 
88 



MARYLAND 

March 4, 1996 
Cole Field House, CoUege Park. Md. 

Freshman Laron Profit made eight of nine shots from 
the field and scored a game high 22 points to lead the 
Terps to an inspiring 88-78 victory over Florida State 
in Cole Field House The game was the last confer- 
ence game of the season and was a make-up from 
January 9 when the Washington, DC area was blan- 
keted with a record snowfall. Profit doubled his pre- 
vious career high and marked the most by a Terps 
freshman since Joe Smith scored 24 versus Loyola 
(Md.) during the 1994 season. Profit inspired three 
other Terps to score in double figures - seniors Duane 
Simpkins (20 points) and Johnny Rhodes (13) and 
junior Keith Booth (19) The victory moved Maryland 
into a fourth place tie in the conference and gave the 
Terps their third consecutive upper division ACC fin- 
ish. Profit led a second half comeback with two free 
throws and a three-pointer on consecutive trips down 
the court to give the Terps the momentum they need- 
ed to close out the regular season on a high note and 
give Head Coach Gary Williams a 51st birthday pre- 
sent. Freshman Randell Jackson led the Semmoles 
with 15 points. 

FLORIDA ST. FG- A FT- A RB A IP MP 



Jackson 


7- 


13 


1- 


1 


4 


1 


15 


33 


Collins 


3- 


13 


10- 


11 


6 


7 


17 


39 


Luchman 


5- 


6 


2- 


3 


5 





12 


24 


Greer 


4- 


7 


0- 





3 


6 


9 


31 


B rower 


3- 


9 


2- 


2 


4 


3 


9 


30 


Sparks 


4- 


10 


0- 


2 


8 


1 


9 


18 


Shepherd 


1- 


5 


5- 


5 


3 





7 


19 


Wooden 


0- 





0- 














5 


Curry 


0- 





0- 














1 



Totals 



27- 63 20- 24 34 18 78 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 2-70-042 4 22 

Booth 6- 12 6- 9 9 2 19 27 

Lucas 2-72-482 7 26 

Simpkins 5-88-924 20 29 

Rhodes 4- 10 2- 4 3 6 13 31 

Profit 8-94-550 22 22 

Ekezie 0-11-200 1 14 

Stokes 0-02-214 2 15 

EUiott 0-2 0-0 10 11 

Jasikevicius 0-00-100 03 



Totals 



27- 56 25- 36 40 20 88 200 



3 pt FG: Florida State 4-19 (Jackson 0-1, Collins 1-6, 
Greer 1-4, Brower 1-4, Sparks 1-3, Shepherd 0-1) 
Maryland 9-20 (Hipp 0-1, Booth 1-1, Lucas 1-4, 
Simpkins 2-5, Rhodes, 3-5, Profit 2-2). 
Halftime: Maryland 40, Florida State 33 
Officials; Scagliotta, Donate, Haney 



MARYLAND 
DUKE 



82 
69 



March 8, 1996 

Greensboro Coliseum. Greensboro, N.C. 

ACC Tournamnent, Quarterfinal Round 

Freshman Laron Profit led Maryland in scoring for the sec- 
ond consecutive game with a team high 19 pomts as 
Maryland defeated Duke. 82-69. m the quarterfmals of the 
ACC Tournament. Profit scored on hve of seven shots 
form the field (includmg four of four from three-point 
range) to lead four Terps who scored in double figures. 
Maryland received an mcredible lift from its bench as the 
non-starters outscored the starters. 44-38. Maryland led 
35-29 at intermission, held off Duke early in the second 
half, and hit 17 of its fmal 18 free throws to gain the victo- 
ry. For the game, the Terps shot 84 4 percent from the free 
throw Ime wfuch was more than 15 percentage points 
higher than their season long average. Forward Taymon 
Domzalski led the Blue Devils with 21 pomts while center 
Greg Newton had 15 rebounds. 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Hipp 2-51-222 6 14 

Booth 2-45-570 9 24 

Ekezie 1-50-041 2 13 

Sunpkms 2-97-973 12 29 

Rhodes 4- 10 1- 2 6 3 9 27 

Profit 5-75-632 19 23 

Lucas 5-90-090 11 22 

Stokes 0-14-415 4 21 

EUiott 3-94-480 10 20 

Raydo 0-00-000 01 

Fields 0-00-000 01 



Totals 



24- 59 27- 32 43 16 32 200 



FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



DUKE 

Pnce 8- 18 1- 2 3 2 21 37 

Domzalski 7-90-070 14 28 

Newrton 7- 15 2-2 15 3 16 38 

Capel 3- 20 4- 7 3 5 10 39 

Wo)aechowski2- 7 0-046 5 31 

Brunson 0-0 0-0 10 11 

Smgleton 0-00-010 03 

Heaps 1-30-203 38 

Chnstenson 0-10-010 03 

Perry 0-00-000 01 

Hall 0-00-00001 

Totals 28- 73 7- 13 39 19 69 200 

3 pt FG; Maryland 7-18 (Hipp 1-2, Simpkms 1-3, Rhodes 0- 
4, Profit 4-4, Lucas 1-4, Stokes 0-1). Duke 6-24 (Pnce 4-9, 
Capel 0-9, Wojciechowski 1-4, Heaps 1-2). 
Halftime; Maryland 35, Duke 29 
Officials; Hartzell, Croft, Gray 

MARYLAND 79 

GEORGIA TECH 84 

March 9, 1996 
Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C 

ACC Tournament, Semifinal Round 

Juiuor Keith Booth scored a career high 33 pomts and senior 
guard Johnny Rhodes added 20 but Maryland lost to Georgia 
Tech, 84-79, m the ACC tournament semifinals at the 
Greensboro Coliseum. Sophomore Matt Harpring led four 
players in double figures with 24 pomts and the backcourt 
duo of Drew Barry (18 pomts) and Stephen Marbury (17 
pomts) as the Yellow Jackets advanced to the ACC 
Tournament fmals for the third tmie m the last seven years 
Maryland rallied fiom 18 pomts down m the first half and 
agam rallied m the second half to cut a 14 pomt deficit to 
four with just under three mmutes remaimng, but could not 
get any closer Booth's 33 points marked the third most ever 
by a Maryland player m the ACC Tournament 

MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Hipp 0-2 0-0 

Booth 13- 20 7- 9 

Ekezie 1- 2 2- 2 

Simpkms 2-6 2-2 



1 3 12 
7 33 38 
1 4 13 

2 5 6 31 



Rhodes 7- 15 2- 5 5 3 20 37 

Profit 2- 10 2- 3 7 2 6 25 

Stokes 1-40-011 2 15 

Lucas 3-60-131 8 21 

EUiort 0-10-020 08 



Totals 



29- 65 15- 22 33 16 79 200 



GATECH FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Harpnng 6- 11 10-10 5 24 38 



Maddox 

Elisma 

Marbury 

Barry 

Saunders 

Gaston 

Hodge 

Totals 



7 

5 

14 

8 

3 

1 

1 



13 

7 

17 

13 

3 

2 





27 

24 

33 

40 

27 

5 

1 



25- 50 23- 29 37 16 84 200 



3 pt FG; Maryland 6-21 (Booth 0-2, Simpkms 0-1, Rhodes 4- 

10, Profit 0-1, Stokes 0-2, Lucas 2-5) Georgia Tech 11-24 

(Harprmg 2-5, Maddox 4-5, Marbury 3-8, Barry 2-4, 

Saunders 0-2) 

Halftone; Georgia Tech 48, Maryland 38 

OHicials Paparo, Rose, Wood 




Keith Booth 



SANTA CLARA 
MARYLAND 



91 
79 



March 15, 1996 
Special Events Center, Tempe, Anzona 

NCAA Tournament, First Round 

Tenth-seeded Santa Clara defeated seventh-seeded 
Maryland. 91-79, m the first round of the NCAA 
Tournament at the Special Events Center m Tempe. 
Anzona. Santa Clara used a 14-0 second half run and hit 
34 free throws durmg the game to hand Maryland its first 
ever first-round NCAA Tournament loss. Bronco guard 
Steve Nash scored a game high 28 pomts and dished out a 
career high 12 assists to lead the West Coast Conference 
regular season champions, Maryland's semor class, who 
will be remembered as one of the top semor groups in 
school history closed out their careers with the loss. 
Guard Jolmny Rhodes scored 27 pomts to lead the seniors 
while forward Mano Lucas scored mne and grabbed three 
rebounds, guard Duane Simpkms added 10 and forward 
Exree Hipp scored three pomts and added two rebounds. 

SANTA CLARA FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 

Sedlock 0-30-011 16 

Durme 4-65-692 14 32 

Graves 4-74-480 12 26 

Nash 4- 8 17- 18 6 12 28 37 

Garnett 5- 12 5- 7 5 3 18 34 

Zurek 4-33-420 11 21 

Buchwaldt 0-00-010 04 

Anderson 3-60-212 8 18 

Pierce 0-20-010 07 

Hoffman 0-00-000 01 

Coleman 0-00-010 01 

Willen 0-00-000 01 



Totals 



24- 62 34- 41 38 20 91 200 



MARYLAND FG- A FT- A RB A TP MP 



Hipp 

Booth 

Ekezie 

Simpkms 

Rhodes 

Stokes 

Profit 

Lucas 

Elliott 



Jasikevicius 1- 



Raydo 
Fields 
Totals 



17 
26 
19 
32 
37 
10 
17 
15 
20 
5 
1 
1 
31- 76 10- 22 45 14 79 200 



1- 

2- 

2- 

4- 

11- 

0- 

4- 

1- 

5- 



3 

9 

2 

14 

22 



9 

6 

9 

2 



3 

6 

4 

10 

27 



9 

3 

13 

3 



0-01-201 1 

0-00-210 



3 pt FG; Santa Clara 9-19 (Sedlock 0-1, Dunne 1-1, Nash 3- 
4, Garnett 3-7, Zurek 0-2, Anderson 2-4) Maryland 7-29 
(Hipp 0-2, Booth 0-2, Simpkins 1-6, Rhodes 2-7, Profit 1-3. 
Lucas 1-5. Elliott 1-3. Jasikevicius 1-1) 
Halftime; Santa Clara 35. Maryland 31 
Officials: Valentine, Mmgle. Tarmer 



88 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 









89 



Letterwinners 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



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 
Baldwrin. 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 
Behi. Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938- 
39-40 

Berlin, H.S., 1918-19 
Bias, Leonard. 1983-84-86-36 
Bilney, John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blank, Charles, 1970-71-72 
Blumberg. Norman, 1960-61 
Bodell. Bob, 1971-72-73 
Body, Robert, 1971-72-73 
Boland. Samuel, NA 
Booth, Keith. 1994-95-96 
Bosley. Robert, 1945 
Bosmc, Nick. 1994 
Boston. Lawrence. 1976- 
77-78 

Bowie, WiUiam, 1936-37 
Boyd, Arthur. 1925-26-27 



Boyle. John, 1975-76 
Branch, Adnan, 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. Vmce. 1989-90-91 
Brooks, Ronald. 1952-53-54 
Brown, DarreU, 1971-72-73 
Brown, Owen, 1973-74-75 
Brown, WiEiam. 1936-37 
Bryant. Bernard. 1935 
Bryant. WiUiam. 1936-37 
Bryant. William. 1977-78 
Buckley, John, 1945 
Bunge. Al. 1958-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger. Joseph, 1924-25 
Bums, Evers. 1990-91-92-93 
Burton. Tim. 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher. Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Butler, Jay 1953 



Campbell, Wilham, 1945 
CaidweU, Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Philhp, 1963-64-65 
Carpenter. Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold. 1934 
Cartwright. Mark, 1972 
Chalmers, George. 1930- 
31-32 

Chamberlain, Kevm, 1990 
Chase. Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Chong, Eddie. 1989-90 
Chromster. Jon. 1991-92 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen. Morns, 1932 
Cole. Kenneth, 1913-14 





John Lucas, Mo Howard and Brad Davis 
combined to earn 10 varsity letters and were a 
potent back court trio during the 1975 and 
1976 seasons. 



Rod Horst was a three year letter winner 
(1968-69-70) and led the Terps in rebounding 
during the 1970 season. 



Coleman, Ben. 1983-84 
Collms, James, 1938 
Connelly Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwait. Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 



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 

Diffie, Granville, 1960 

Dilworth. Robert, 1953-54-55 

Dowmng, Matt, 1991-92 

Drescher. Richard, 1967-68 

Dnesell, Charles, 1982-83- 

84-85 

Dudley Aaron, 1991-92 

Dunlap, Howard. 1956 

Du Vail. Mearle, 1940, 1942 

Dyer, Harold, 1934 



Edwards, John, 1946-47- 
47-49 

Eicher. Robert, 1961-62-63 
Eiseman, John, 1918-19 
Ekezie, Obinna, 1996 
Elhott, Rodney 1995-96 
Elmore. Len, 1972-73-74 
Englebert, Erwin. 1944 
Ensor, Lionel, 1924-25-26 



Eskm, Neal. 1981-82-83-84 
Etienne, Max. 1989-90 
Evans. Warren, 1933 
Evans. WiUiam, 1928-29-30 
Everett. Robert, 1953-54-55 



Faber. John. 1924-25-26-27 
Farmer. Edward. 1983 
Farrell, Shawn, 1978 
Fellows. Frank. 1951, 1953 
Fennel. E.O. 1944 
Ferguson, Scott, 1962-63-64 
Fetters, Robert. 1941-42 
Fern, Gustav, 1957 
Fields, Norman, 1996 
Finniff, Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Jay 1970 
Flynn. John. 1944-45-46 
FothergiU, Mark. 1980. 82- 
83-84 

Franklm. James, 1964-65-66 
FranMin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1955 



"G" 



Garrett. Ashton, 1941 

Gatlm, Keith. 1984-85-86. 88 

Gaylor, Robert, 1929-30 

Cell, 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 



Halm, WiUiam, 1974-75-76 

HaU. Irvmg. 1924 

Halleck. James, 1957-58-59 

Hammerlund, Robert, 1937 

Hankm, Robert, 1950 

Hardunan, Robert, 1955- 

56-57 

Harnngton. 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, WiU, 1968-69-70 

Hilden, Charles, 1968-69-70 

Hipp, Exree. 1993-94-95-96 

Hisle. John, 1932 

Hoffecker. Thomas, 1945 

Holbert. Peter 1981-82-83-84 

Hood, Steve. 1987-88 

Horn, Hechert. 1942 

Horst, Rod. 1968-69-70 

Horton, Frank, 1992 

Housley, Samuel. NA 

Howard, Maurice. 1973- 

74-75-76 

Hughes, Harry, 1946 

Huntemann. Charles. 

1913-14 

Hunter, Jo Jo. 1977-78 



14|11 



Jackson. WiUiam. 1951 
Jackson. Reggie, 1979-80- 
81-82 



Jacek. Paul. 1945 

James. Robert, 1942-43 

Jarmoska, George. 1941 

Jasikevicius. Sarunas, 

1995-96 

Jelus, Paul, 1060-61-62 

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. WiUiam, 1966-67-68 

Judd, Donny 1994-95 



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 
KeUer. Charles. 1935-36-37 
Kellehei, Charles. 1960-61-62 
Kerwm. Chns, 1992-93 
Kessler. Robert, 1954-55-56 
Kmg, Albert. 1978-79-80-81 
Kmsman, James, 1943 
Knepley George, 1937-38-39 
Knepley Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert, 1919 
Koffenberger, Dick, 1950- 
51-52 

Kovank. Matt. 1994-95 
Krukar. Pete, 1958-59-60 



Ladd. Robert, 1957 
Lake. WiUiam, 1946 
Lann, Alvm. 1948, 50 




Steve Sheppard earned three varsity letters 
and played on the 1976 United States Olympic 
team. 



90 



Letterwinners 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 




Dick Koffenberger, a 1951 All-Southern 
Conference selection, earned three varsity 
letters as a Terp basketball player. 



Leuci, Victor, 1954 

Levin, Julius, 1933 

Levin, Morris, 1952-53 

Levine, Frank, 1933 

Lewis, Cednc, 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- 

96 

Luney, WiUiam, NA 



'M" 



MacDonald, Jan, 1968 

Mack, Charles, 1949-50 

Madigan, George, 1928- 

29-30 

Magid, Brian, 1976-77 

Mama, George, 1951-52-53 

Manning, Greg, 1978-79- 

80-81 

Marshal, Alfred, NA 

Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 

Martm, 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, Bruce, 1949 

McDonald, Robert, 1959, 

61 

McDonald, Leib, 1941 

McGmnis, 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 

Merna. James, 1956 

Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 

Miller. Thomas. 1966 

Milioy Thomas, 1968-69- 

70 

Mobus. Paul. 1936-37 

Mondorf, Pershmg, 1939-40 

Mont, Thomas. 1942-43. 47 

Moore. Dwight, 1953 

Moore. Perry 1956-57-58 

Moran, Donald. 1951-52-53 

Morm. Matt, 1990-91-92 

Morley Greg, 1979-30-81-82 

Morris, Alan, 1972-73 

Morris, John, 1932 

Morris, William, 1913-14 

Mueller. Richard. 1964 

Mulitz, Milton, 1937-38, 40 

Murphy William, 1957-58-59 

Murray, Robert, 1948, 50 

Mustaf. Jerrod, 1989-90 



Nacmcik, John. 1956-57-58 
Nakannua, Jeff. 1973 
Nared. Greg, 1986-87-88-89 
Neal, John. 1971-72 
Nevm. Phil. 1987 
Newsome. John. 1975-76 
Nofsmger, Michael, 1960- 
61-62 



Norris, John, 1930-31-32 
Nuttle, Byron, 1943 



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



Palmer, Bryan, 1983, 85 
Parker, Alvm, 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 
Prms. Curtis, 1957 
Profit. Laron, 1996 



Radice, Julius, 1928-29-30 
Ready Michael, 1919 
Rainge, Alan, 1992 
Raydo, Matt, 1994-95-96 
Rea. WiUiam, 1938-39-40 
Reyes, Andre, 1987 
Rhodes, Johnny. 1993-94- 
95-96 

Rivers, Steve. 1981-82-83 
Robmson, Jonathan, 1980-81 
Roe, Matt, 1991 
Ronton. Edward. 1930-31-32 
Rooney. Panick, 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, 1976-76-77 

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- 

95-96 

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 

Sterner, Carlton, 1942 

Stemman, Edward, 1964 

Stevens, James, 1918 



Stevens, Myron, 1925-26-27 
Stieber, Fred. 1933 
Still. James, 1970-71 
Stobaugh, Richard. 1969 
Stokes, Terrell, 1996 
Stone, Junior 1918-19 
Strachan. John. 1951 
Suder, George. 1964 
Suit, Jack. 1941 
SuUivan, Wilham, 1969 
Supplee. William. 1924-25-26 
Sweeney Daniel. 1963 



Taylor. Richard. 1949 
Thibeault, Mike, 1991-92-93 
Thomas, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert, 1955 
Tillman. James. 1976-77 
Traps, Ernest, 1942-43 
Tnmble. Japeth, 1972-83 
TroxeU, Walter, 1924-25-26 
Truax, Terry. 1967-68 
TuU. J.J.. 1914 
Turyn. Victor 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 1944 



UUman. Bernard. 1941 



Varmais, Leon, 1040 
Veal. Herman. 1981-82-83-84 
Vincent, J.M,, 1914 
Vmcent, Rufus. 1932-33-34 



W" 



Wainwright, Troy, 1988- 
89-90 

Walker George, 1933 
Walker, Rodney 1988-89-90 
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 
Wemgarten, 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 



WiUiams, 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, Augustme, 1929 

Wise. Richmond, 1964-65-66 

Woodward. Arthur. 1940-41 

Worthmgton, Charles, 1969 

Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 



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 




Gene Shue, a consensus All-American and current general manager of 
the Philadelphia 76'ers, earned three varsity letters as a Terp. 



91 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



ACC Award Winning Terps 



ACC Player of the Yeai 

1979-80 
Albert King 

1984-85 
Len Bias 

1985-86 
Len Bias 

1994-95 
Joe Smith 

ACC Rookie of the 
Year 

1978-79 
Buck Williams 

1994-95 
Joe Smith 

ACC Coach of the Year 

1974-75 

Charles "Lefty" Dnesell 

1979-80 

Charles "Lefty" Dnesell 

All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference 

1953-54 

Gene Shue (1st Team) 

1954-55 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1955-56 

Bob Kessler (2ncl Team) 

1956-57 

Bob O'Brien (2nd 

Team) 

1957-58 

Nick Davis (2nd Team) 

John Nacincik (2nd 

Team) 

1958-59 

Charles McNeil (2nd 

Team) 

1959-60 

Bob McDonald (2nd 

Team) 

1960-61 

Bob McDonald (2nd 

Team) 

1962-63 

Jerry Greenspan (2nd 

Team) 

1964-65 

Jay McMUlen (2nd 

Team) 



1965-66 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 

1968-69 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 

1969-70 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1971-72 

TomMcMillen(lst 

Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1972-73 

TomMcMIllen(lst 

Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd team) 

1973-74 

Len Elmore (1st Team) 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

1974-75 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Own Brown (2nd Team) 

Brad Davis (2nd Team) 

Maurice Howard (2nd 

Team) 

1975-76 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

1976-77 

Brad Davis (2nd Team) 

1978-79 

Larry Gibson (2nd 

Team) 

1979-80 

Albert Kmg (1st Team) 

Greg Mannmg (2nd 

Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd 

Team) 

1980-81 

Albert Kmg (2nd Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd 

Team) 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch (2nd 

Team) 

Ben Coleman (2nd 

Team) 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2nd 

Team) 

1984-85 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

Adrian Branch (2nd 

Team) 

1985-86 

Len Bias (1st Team) 




Gary Ward was an AU-ACC selection during 
the 1965-66 season and a teammate of current 
Terps Head Coach Gary Williams. 



1986-87 

Derrick Lewis (2nd 

Team) 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg (3rd 

Team) 

Jerrod Mustaf (3rd 

Team) 

1990-91 

Matt Roe (3rd Team) 

1991-92 

Walt Williams (1st Team) 

1993-94 

Joe Smith (1st Team) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Johnny Rhodes (HM) 
Duane Sunpkins (HM) 

1994-95 

Joe Smith (1st Team) 

Johrmy Rhodes (3rd 

Team) 

Keith Booth (HM) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1995-96 

Johrmy Rhodes (2nd 

Team) 

Keith Booth (3rd Team) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

All-ACC Tournament 

1954 

Gene Shue (1st team) 

1956 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 



1957 

John Nacmcik (2nd 

Team) 

1958 

Nick Davis (1st Team) 

Charles McNeil (1st 

Team) 

Al Bunge (2nd Team) 

1961 

Bill Stasiulatis (2nd 

Team) 

1962 

Jerry Greenspan 2nd 

Team) 

1965 

Jay McMiUen (2nd 

Team) 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 

1972 

TomMcMillen(lst 

Team) 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

Len Elmore (1st Team) 

1973 

TomMcMillen(lst 

Team) 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1974 

TomMcMillen(lst 

Team) 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

Maurice Howard (1st 

Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

Owen Brown (2nd 

Team) 



1975 

John Lucas (1st Team) 

1976 

Maurice Howard (2nd 

Team) 

Steve Sheppard (2nd 

Team) 

1978 

Lawrence Boston (2nd 

Team) 

Larry Gibson (2nd 

Team) 

1979 

Larry Gibson (2nd 

Team) 

1980 

Albert King (1st Team, 

MVP) 

Greg Mannmg (1st 

team) 

Ernest Graham (2nd 

Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd 

Team) 

1981 

Albert King (1st Team) 

Buck Williams (1st 

Team) 

Ernest Graham (2nd 

Team) 

1984 

Len Bias (1st Team, 

MVP) 

Ben Coleman (1st 

Team) 

Adrian Branch (2nd 

team) 

1986 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

1988 

Keith Gatlin (2nd Team) 

1989 

Tony Massenburg (1st 

Team) 

1992 

Walt Williams (2nd 

Team) 

1995 

Exree Hipp (2nd Team) 

Joe Smith (2nd Team) 

1996 

Keith Booth (2nd Team) 

ACC Player of the 
Week 

1972-73 
Tom McMiUen 
Jim O'Brien 



1973-74 
John Lucas 
Len Ebnore 

1974-75 

Tom Roy (2 Tunes) 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1975-76 

Steve Sheppard 
Maurice Howard 
John Lucas 

1977-78 
Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 

Ernest Graham 
Albert Kmg 
Greg Manning 

1979-80 

Albert Kmg (2 Times) 

Greg Mannmg 

1980-81 

Albert King (2 Times) 

1982-83 
Adrian Branch 
Herman Veal 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2 Times) 

Jeff Adkins 

Adrian Branch 

1984-85 
Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 

1985-86 

Len Bias (2 Times) 

1986-87 
Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 
Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 
John Johnson 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1991-92 
Walt Williams 

1992-93 

Kevin McLmton 

1994-95 

Joe Smith (2 Times) 

Johrmy Rhodes 

1995-96 
Keith Booth 
Johrmy Rhodes 



92 



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ACC Award Winning Terps 



ACC Rookie of the 
Week 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2 Tunes) 
Darrell Brown 
Howard White 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (4 

Times) 

Len Elmore 

1972-73 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1974-75 

Brad Davis (3 Times) 

Steve Sheppard 

1975-76 
Larry Gibson 
Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 

Bill Bryant (2 Times) 

Mike Davis 

Jo Jo Hunter 

1977-78 

Greg Manmng (2 
Times) 
Albert Kmg 

1978-79 

Buck Williams (3 

Times) 

1981-82 

Adrian Branch (3 

Times) 

1982-83 

Ben Coleman (2 Times) 

1983-84 
Keith Gatlm 

1984-85 

Derrick Lewns (3 Times) 

1985-86 
John Johnson 

1986-87 

Teyon McCoy (2 Times) 
Steve Hood 

1987-88 

Brian WiUiams (2 times) 

1988-89 

Jerrod Mustaf (3 Tmies) 

1990-91 
Garfield Smith 

1992-93 

Exree Hipp (2 Times) 

Johnny Rhodes (2 

Times) 



1994-95 

Joe Smith (6 Times) 

AU-Southem 
Conference 

1930-31 
Bosey Berger 
Ed Ronkin 

1932-33 
Rufus Vmcent 

1935-36 

Berme Buscher 
Vic WiUis 

1937-38 
George Knepley 

1938-39 

George Knepley 
Eddie Johnson 
George DeWitt 

1944-45 
Jack Flynn 

1948-49 
Lee Brawley 

AU-Soutliern 

Conference 

Tournament 

1931 

Bosey Berger 

Ed Ronkin 

1939 

George Knepley 

1945 
Jack Flynn 

1951 

Dick Koffenberger 

1953 

Gene Shue (MVP) 

Academic AU-America 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (1st 

Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen (1st 

Team) 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen (1st 

Team) 

1980-81 

Greg Mannmg (2nd 

Team) 

1990-91 

Mat Roe (1st Team) 



Phi Beta Kappa 

1978-79 
Eric Shiader 

NCAA Postgraduate 
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 McMiUen 

1973-74 

Tom McMIiUen 

1976-77 

Steve Sheppard 

Bnan Magid 

1978-79 
Greg Mannmg 

1979-80 
Greg Manning 



1980-81 
Greg Manning 

1983-84 
Charles Dnesell 

1984-85 
Charles Dnesell 

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 
Kurtis Shultz 

1994-95 
Matt Raydo 

1995-96 
Matt Kovarik 

Most Valuable Player 

1969-70 
Rod Horst 

1970-71 
Barry Yates 

1971-72 
Len Elmore 




Matt Roe was a third team Academic All- 
American and a recipient of an NCAA Post- 
Graduate scholarship in 1991. 



1972-73 
Tom McMillen 

1973-74 
Tom McMillen 

1974-75 
John Lucas 

1975-76 
Maunce Howard 

1976-77 
Larry Gibson 

1977-78 
Larry Gibson 

1978-79 
Larry Gibson 

1979-80 
Albert Kmg 

1980-81 
Albert Kmg 

1981-82 
Adrian Branch 

1982-83 
Adnan 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 McLmton 

1993-94 
Joe Smith 

1994-95 
Joe Smith 

1995-96 
Johrmy Rhodes 



Most Improved Player 

1969-70 
Sparky StiU 

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 Bums 



93 



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ACC Award Winning Tei ps 



1992-93 


1988-89 


i:0^-\ 


U*^ 


1991-92 


1993-94 


Chris Kerwin 


Dave Dickerson 


f 


Vmce Broadnax 


Duane Simpkins 


1993-94 


1989-90 


bSv' 




1992-93 


1994-95 


Mario Lucas 


Tony Massenburg 


J^/^* - 


V 


Kevm McLmton 


Duane Simpkins 


Duane Simpkins 


1990-91 


_^**Hs"'' / 


V^ 


1993-94 


1995-96 


1994-95 


Cedric Lewis 


1 mi 


Bl 


Johnn Rhodes 


Duane Simpkins 


Wayne Bristol 




1 ^ 


^^-L' i^ 








1991-92 


1 M 


^^^WKlk ' 


1994-95 


Senior Award 


Alvin Aubinoe 
Greatest Career 
Contributioit 

1969-70 


Walt Wiliams 

1992-93 
Evers Burns 


■r«^ai 


Exree Hipp 
Joe Smith 

Mr. Hustle Award 


1990-91 
Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 


WiU Hetzel 


Newcomer of the Year 


1 k ^' H 


m 1^ 


1989-90 
Vince Broadnax 


Matt Downing 


1970-71 


1987-88 


'^j ^ 


■. .^Ibff^l 




1992-93 


Jay Flowers 


Brian Williams 


\ 


i.'S* 1 


1990-91 


Chris Kerwin 






> 


Vmce Broadnax 




1971-72 


1988-89 


't^k 


r 


tS A 






Charlie Blank 


Jerrod Mustaf 


^^KMJT^^ 


1 £ 


1991-92 
Chris Kerwin 


Chevrolet Scholarship 
t/fVP Awards 


1972-73 


1989-90 


&^^ 




1982-83 


Jim O'Brien 


Evers Burns 


Ul 


1992-93 


Adrian Branch vs. 






IM 


Mike Thibeault 


Houston 


1973-74 


1990-91 
Garfield Smith 


w 


^as _3 




1993-94 
Keith Booth 


Ben Coleman vs. Notre 


Tom McMillan 


9^^^^^ 


Dame 




Buck Williams won the Chris Patton 




1974-75 


1991-92 


rebounding award as 


the Terps leading 




1983-84 


BillHahn 


John Walsh 


rebounder each year ( 


luring his career The 


1994-95 


Jeff Adkins vs. Boston 






annual award for the 


top rebounder now bears 


Matt Raydo 


College 


1975-76 


1992-93 


bis name. 






Herman Veal vs. Boston 


John Lucas 
1976-77 


Exree Hipp 
Johrmy Rhodes 


1975-76 
Lavmence Boston 




1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 


Outstanding Free 
Throw Shooter 


College 

Keith Gatlin vs. North 

Carohna 


John Pavlos, Mgr. 


Coaches' Award 


1976-77 






1989-90 
Walt Williams 


Adrian Branch vs. 
Virginia 


1977-78 


1989-90 


Larry Gibson 




Buck Williams 






Lawrence Boston 


Jerrod Mustaf 




Rebounding Award 


1990-91 


1989-90 






1977-78 




1989-90 


Walt Williams 


Jesse Martm vs. Duke 


1978-79 
Larry Gibson 


1990-91 
Cednc Lewis 


Larry Gibson 




Tony Massenburg 


1991-92 


1993-94 






1978-79 




1990-91 


Kevm McLmton 


Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 


1979-80 


1991-92 


Buck WiUiaras 




Cedric Lewis 




Joe Srmth vs. 


John Blmey 


Garfield Smith 








1992-93 


Massachusetts 






1979-80 




1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


Keith Booth vs. 


1980-81 


1992-93 


Buck Williams 




Evers Burns 




Michigan 


Albert King 


Kurtis Schultz 








1993-94 








1980-81 




1992-93 


Duane Simpkms 


1994-95 


1981-82 


Chris Patton 
Rebouriding Award 


Buck Williams 




Evers Burns 




Exree Hipp vs. 


Dutch Morley 


1981-82 




1993-94 


1994-95 
Duane Simpkins 


Gonzaga 

Joe Stmth vs. Texas 


1982-83 


1969-70 


Herman Veal 




Joe Smith 




Johnny Rhodes vs. 


Adrian Branch 


Rod Horst 


IPR^-R"? 






1995-96 
Duane Simpkms 


Cormecticut 


1983-84 


1970-71 


Ben Coleman 

1983-84 
Ben Coleman 




Buck Williams/Len 




1995-96 


Jeff Adkuis 


Barry Yates 




Elmore Rebounding 
Award 


Most Assists Award 


Johnny Rhodes vs. 
Santa Clara 


1984-85 


1971-72 




1993-94 


1989-90 




Charles Driesell 


Len Elmore 






Joe Smith 


Walt Williams 




1985-86 


1972-73 


1984-85 
Len Bias 




1995-96 


1990-91 




Len Bias 


Len Etaiore 


XJV'JIJk JU/iUO 




Keith Booth 


Kevm McLmton 




1986-87 


1973-74 


1985-86 
Len Bais 






1990-91 




not awarded 


Len Elmore 




Bud Millikan 


Kevin McLinton 








1986-87 
Derrick Lewis 




Defensive Player of the 






1987-88 


1974-75 




Year 


1991-92 




Dernck Lewis 


Tom Roy 


1987-88 
Dernck Lewis 




1990-91 

Vmce Broadnax 

Cedric Lewis 


1992-93 

Kevm McLmton 





94 



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AU-Americans 



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 Ail- 
American selection... His selection is 
considered a great feat because 
Maryland was an agricultural school at 
the time and not considered among the 
athletic giants... Considered one of the 
best all-around players of his time... Led 
Maryland to the 1931 Southern 
Conference Championship, averaging a 
conference high 19.1 points over the 
nine game conference season... Also 
played baseball and signed a profession- 
al contract with the Cleveland Indians 
upon graduation... Played in the major 
leagues for six years, with Cleveland, 
Chicago and Boston... Left baseball with 
a .236 lifetime average. 



ON BIAS: Unanimous choice on almost 
every All-America squad following his 
senior season... He was a third team All- 
America selection in 1985, as a 
junior... Only Terp ever to be named the 
ACC Player of the Year twice (in 1985 
and 1986). ..Bias is the Terps' all time 
leading scorer with 2,146 career 
points... He holds two of the school's top 
four single season marks... Led the ACC 
m scoring two straight years... His best 
single game scoring performance, 41 
points at Duke in 1986, ranks as the sec- 
ond best single game performance in 
school history and is the top perfor- 
mance 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 hst...He 
was the No. 2 pick overall in the 1986 
National Basketball Association college 
draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 





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



LEN BIAS' CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 

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



GP 

30 
32 
37 
32 
131 



FGM-FGA .PCT 



86-180 

211-372 

274-519 

267-491 

838-1,562 



.478 
.567 
.528 
.544 
.536 



FTM-FTA .PCT 
42-66 .636 
66-86 .767 
153-197 .777 
209-242 .864 
470-591 .795 



AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-A 



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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AU-Americans 



Len 
Elmore 




6-9, Center 

Springfield Gardens, 
New York 

Played: 1971-74 

All- 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 player 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 category... He owns six of 
the 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- ACQ team... Was 
Maryland's Most 
Valuable Player m 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 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 leav- 
mg professional basket- 
ball, he enrolled in 
Harvard Law school and 
graduated in 1987... He 
is the first former profes- 
sional player to graduate 
from the prestigious Law 
School. 



ON KING; One of the most prolific scor- 
ers in school history, King is one of only 
a handful of players to average in dou- 
ble 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 AU- 
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 ACQ 
Tournament Game is tied for the eighth 
best individual game performance in 
Maryland history... Shared the 1980-81 
team Most Valuable Player Award with 
Buck Williams after winning the award 
outright in 1979-80... Was the AGO 
Player of the Year m 1979-80 and a first 
team AU-ACG selection agam in 1980- 
81... Game 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 coUege draft 
by the New Jersey 
Nets... His brother, 
Bernard, is also a former 
NBA star and league 
scoring 

champion. . .Bernard 
closed his career follow- 
ing the 1992-93 season 
as a member of the New 
Jersey Nets. 



Albert 
King 




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




LEN ELMORE'S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAE 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1971-72 


32 


126-273 


.462 


95-126 


.754 


37 


— 


— 


83-3 


351-11.0 


347-10.8 


1972-73 


26 


112-239 


.469 


37-61 


.607 


35 


— 


— 


53-5 


290-11.2 


261-10.0 


1973-74 


28 


170-324 


.525 


69-91 


.758 


48 


— 


— 


74-0 


412-14.7 


409-14.6 


TOTALS 


86 


408-836 


.488 


201-278 


.723 


120 


— 


— 


210-8 


1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 










ALBERT KING S CAREER STATISTICS 








YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1977-78 


28 


164-327 


.502 


53-82 


.646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 


28 


191-387 


.494 


62-81 


.765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-3.5 


444-15.9 


1979-80 


31 


275-497 


.553 


124-151 


.821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


107-6.3 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


28 


233-456 


.511 


91-117 


.778 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5.7 


559-20.0 


TOTALS 


115 


863-1667 


.518 


330-431 


.766 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


615-5.3 


2058-17.9 



96 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



All-Americans 



John 
Lucas 




6-4, Guard 

Duiham, North Carolina 

Played: 1972-76 
All-American: 1975 & 76 




ON LUCAS: A two-time All-American 
selection who is considered by many as 
the greatest guard in the history of the 
Terps program... A two-time AU- 
Amencan and three time first team All- 
ACC selection-the only Maryland player 
to earn such conference honors three 
times during 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 poUs with 
Lucas at the point. . . Was also a colle- 
giate star in ten- 
nis, a sport in 
which he was a 
two-time ACC sin- 
gles champion and 
once earned that 
title in doubles 
play... Was the No. 
1 selection m the 
1976 NBA coUege 
draft... Currently 
the head coach of 
the NBAs 
Philadelphia 
76'ers. 



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 average 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 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 eligible for 
the varsity during McMillen's career... 
Led Maryland to the 1972 National 
Invitational Tournament Championship, 
earning Most Valuable Player honors for 
the tournament... Played 
for the United States in 
the 1972 Olympic 
Games, where the U.S. 
earned a silver medal in 
the controversial game 
with the 

Soviets... Played in the 
NBA for 1 1 seasons 
with Buffalo, Atlanta, 
New York and 
Washington... Put his 
professional basketball 
on hold one year direct- 
ly out of coUege 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. 



Tom 

McMillen 




6-11, Forward 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania 
Played: 1971-74 
All-American: 1974 

Academic All-American: 

1972. 1973 & 1974 












JOHN LUCAS CAREER STATISTICS 






YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA .PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1972-73 


30 


190-353 


.538 


45-64 ,703 


178 


— 


- 66-2 


83-2.8 


425-14.2 


1973-74 


28 


253-495 


.511 


58-77 ,753 


159 


— 


— 73-2 


82-2.9 


564-20.1 


1974-75 


24 


186-359 


.518 


97-116 ,836 


91 


— 


- 60-0 


100-4.2 


469-19.5 


1975-76 


28 


233-456 


.511 


91-117 ,778 


86 


— 


- 77-2 


109-3,9 


557-19,9 


TOTALS 


110 


862-1663 


.518 


291-374 .778 


514 


— 


— 276-6 


374-3.4 


2015-18.3 










TOM MCMILLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS 






YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA .PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1971-72 


32 


235-428 


.549 


197-241 ,817 


33 


— 


- 67-3 


306-9.6 


667-20,8 


1972-73 


29 


250-427 


.585 


116-145 ,800 


28 


— 


— 76-3 


284-9.8 


616-21.2 


1973-74 


27 


214-404 


.530 


96-126 ,762 


41 


— 


- 69-1 


269-10,0 


524-19.4 


TOTALS 


88 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 .799 


102 


— 


— 212-7 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 



97 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



All-Americans 



Gene 
Shue 




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



ON SHUE: Was the Terps' first high pro- 
file basketball star... Earned Converse 
and Helms foundation All-America hon- 
ors as a senior, when he averaged 21.8 
points a game... Is tied for the third best 
single season scoring total in school his- 
tory, hitting for 41 points against 
Washington & Lee durmg the 1953 sea- 
son... 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 McMiUen overtook him... Holds the 
10th highest career scoring total in 
school history... Enjoyed a successful 
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. 




ON WILLIAMS: An outstanding scorer 
and extraordinary rebounder, Williams 
earned All-America honors following his 
junior season. . . Entered the NBA follow- 
ing his junior season... Averaged 15.6 
points and 11.7 rebounds a game as a 
junior... He is the No. 3 rebounder in 
Maryland history with 928 career 
rebounds, third only to fellow AU- 
American Len Elmore and Derrick 
Lewis... His career average of 10.9 
rebounds a game is second best in 
school history... He was an equally strong 
shooter, averaging in double figures in 
scoring each of his three seasons and 
registering the school's best ever career 
field goal shooting percentage... His 61.5 
percent mark is the school record... Led 

the ACC in 

rebounding as a 
freshman in 1978- 
79, was third in 
1979-80 and sec- 
ond during the 
1980-81 sea- 
son... Was a mem- 
ber of the 1980 
U.S. Olympic team 
that did not com- 
pete in the 
Moscow Olympic 
Games... Applied 
for a hardship 
waiver into the 
NBA college draft 
in 1981 and was 
selected as the No. 
3 player overall by 
the New Jersey 
Nets... He is cur- 
rently a member of 
the New York 
Knicks. 



Charles "Buck" 
Williams 




6-8, Center/Forward 

Rocky Mount, North 
Carolina 

Played: 1978-81 

All-American: 1981 












GENE SHUE S CAREER STATISTICS 








YEAE 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.POT 


FTM-FTA .PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1951-52 


21 


— 


— 


— — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


224-10.7 


1952-53 


23 


176-375 


.469 


156-223 .670 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


508-22.1 


1953-54 


30 


237-469 


.505 


180-228 .789 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


654-21.8 


TOTALS 


74 


— 


— 


— — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1386-18.7 










BUCK WILLIAMS 


CAREER STATISTICS 






YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA .PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


1978-79 


30 


120-206 


.583 


60-109 .550 


18 


25 


29 


77-2 


323-10.8 


300-10.0 


1979-80 


24 


143-236 


,606 


85-128 .664 


27 


17 


32 


87-4 


242-10.1 


371-15,5 


1980-81 


31 


183-283 


.647 


116-182 .637 


31 


29 


29 


94-4 


323-11.7 


482-15.5 


TOTALS 


85 


446-725 


.615 


261-419 .623 


76 


71 


90 


258-10 


888-10.4 


1153-13.6 



98 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



AU-Americans 



Walt 
Williams 




6-8, Guard, Forward 
Temple Hills, Maryland 
Played: 1988-1992 
All-American: 1992 



ON WILLIAMS: One of the most prolific 
scorers and most versatile players 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 loy- 
alty to Maryland was one of the key rea- 
sons why Maryland was able to field 
competitive teams during that peri- 
od... 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 aver- 
age with a 26.8 points per game mark 
(the old mark of 23.3 was held by Will 
Hetzel in 1968-69)... Earned considerable 
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 aver- 
age 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 sev- 
enth 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 season... The 
Americans won the bronze medal in the 
tournament which was played in 
Havana, Cuba... Was drafted by the 
Sacramento Kings in the first round of 
the NBA college draft, the seventh pick 
overall, following his senior season. 




WALT WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA .POT 3PM-3PA.PCT FTM FTA .PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-A 



1988-89 


26 


75-170 


.441 


7-27 


.259 


33-53 


.623 


66 


13 


33 


76-7 


92-3.5 


190-7.3 


1989-90 


33 


143-296 


.483 


30-67 


.448 


104-134 


.776 


149 


34 


57 


115-7 


138-4.2 


420-12.7 


1990-91 


17 


109-243 


.449 


28-95 


.295 


72-86 


.837 


91 


6 


25 


51-2 


86-5.1 


318-18.7 


1991-92 


29 


256-542 


.472 


89-240 


.371 


175-231 


.758 


104 


28 


60 


98-6 


162-5.6 


776-26.8 


TOTALS 


105 


583-1251 


.466 


154-429 


.359 


384-504 


.762 


410 


81 


175 


340-22 


478-4.6 


1704-16.2 



99 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



AU-Americans 



Joe 
Smith 




6-10, Forward, 
Center 
Norfolk, Va. 
Played: 1994-95 
All-American: 1994 
(HM); 1995 
(Consensus) 



ON SMITH: The consensus selection as 
the 1995 National Collegiate 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 awfard in col- 
lege basketball... Also named the 
Associated Press Player of the Year and 
presented with the Adolph Rupp 
Award... Also named the Collegiate 
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 selections earned him 
the most of any other player, thus mak- 
ing him the consensus selection as the 
top coUegiate player of 1995... Was 
named the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Player of the Year and was a 1st team 
All-ACC selection... He became one of 
only three sophomores in the history of 
the conference to earn player of the year 
honors, joining only N.C. State's David 
Thompson and Virginia's Ralph 
Sampson... Is one of only two players in 
conference history to be a 1st team All- 
ACC selection in both his freshman and 
sophomore seasons, joining Georgia 
Tech's Kenny Anderson... A consensus 
1st team AU-American, named on every 
1st Team All-American Ust following his 
extraordinarily productive sophomore 
season... Led the ACC in scoring as a 
sophomore with a 20.9 points per game 
average, was second 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 
statistical categories during his sopho- 
more season... 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 players in 
school history to average a double/dou- 
ble for his entire career... He became 
only the first sophomore in school histo- 
ry 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 freshman and sopho- 
more seasons... His 363 total rebounds 
as a sophomore was the third best sin- 
gle season total m 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 m school history to aver- 
age 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 m the 
1995 NBA draft by 
the Golden State 
Warriors. 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


1993-94 


30 


206-395 


.522 


1994-95 


34 


245-424 


.578 


TOTALS 


64 


451-819 


.551 



JOE SMITH'S CAREER STATISTICS 

3PM-3PA.PCT FTM-FTA .PCT AST BLK 

2-5 .400 168-229 .734 25 93 

9-21 .429 209-282 .741 40 97 

11-26 .423 377-511 .738 65 190 



STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-A 


42 


104-7 


321-10,7 


582-19.4 


51 


87-3 


362-10,6 


708-20.8 


93 


191-10 


683-10.7 


1290-20.2 



100 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps in the Pros 



Terps All-Tiine NBA Roster 



(career points-rebounds-assists entenng the 1995-96 season in parenthesis) 



Maryland's NBA Draft History 

(Listed by year, player, round (team) 



Lawrence Boston 

Washington Bullets, 1980 

(56-39-2). 

Adrian Branch 

L.A. Lakers, 1987; New 

Jersey Nets, 1988; Portland 

Trailblazers, 1989; 

Minnesota Timberwolves, 

1990 (834-253-96), 

Evers Bums 

Saaamento Kings, 1993 (56- 

30-9) 

Ben Coleman 

New Jersey Nets, 1937-88; 

Philadelphia 76ers. 1988-89; 

Milwaukee Bucks. 1991 

(1,466-902-128). 

Brad Davis 

L.A. Lakers, 1978-79; 

hidiana Pacers, 1979-80; 

Utah Jazz. 1980; Dallas 

Mavencks, 1981-92 (7,866- 

1.739-4,709). 

Mike Davis 

New York Knicks, 1983(14- 

10-0). 



Len Elmore 

todiana Pacers, 1975-79; 
Kansas City Kings. 1980; 
Milwaukee Bucks. 1981; 
New Jersey Nets. 1982-83; 
New York Kmcks. 1984 
(3,948-3,360-616). 
Jerry Greenspan 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1964-65 
(122-83-11) 
Maurice Howard 
Cleveland Cavahers. 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 Antomo Spurs. 
1984; Milwaukee Bucks. 
1987-88; Seattle 
Supersomcs. 1989 (9.951- 
2.151. 6.454) 



Tony Massenburg 

San Antonio Spurs, 1991; 

Charlotte Hornets, 1992; 

Boston Celtics. 1992, 

Golden State Warriors. 

1992; L.A. Clippers. 1994- 

95; Toronto Raptors. 1995- 

96 (852-538-71), 1995-96, 

Philadelphia 76'ers. 1996; 

New Jersey Nets. 1996 

(1.391-890-101). 

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 

Phoemx Suns, 1983-86 

(1,060-718-204) 



Terps in Professional Coaching 



GENE SHUE '54 



Year Team League Record 

1866-67 Baltunore Bullets NBA 16-40 

1967-68 Baltimore Bullets NBA 36-46 

1968-69 Baltimore Bullets NBA 57-25 

1969-70 Baltunore Bullets NBA 50-32 

1970-71 Baltunore Bullets NBA 42-40 

1971-72 Baltunore Bullets NBA 38-44 

1972-73 Baltimore Bullets NBA 52-30 

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 Chppers NBA 43-39 

1979-80 San Diego Chppers NBA 35-47 

1981-82 Washmgton Bullets NBA 39-43 

1982-83 Washmgton Bullets NBA 42-40 

1983-84 Washmgton Bullets NBA 35-47 

1984-85 Washmgton Bullets NBA 40-42 

1985-86 Washmgton Bullets NBA 32-37 

1987-88 Los Angeles Chppers NBA 17-65 

198-89 Los Angeles Chppers NBA 10-28 



Eastern Division Semifinals 
Eastern Division Semifinals 
NBA Fmals 

Eastern Conference Semifinals 
Eastern Conference Semifmals 



Eastern Conference Semifmals 

Eastern Conference First Roimd 
Eastern Conference First Round 
Eastern Conference Fust Round 



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 


Miarm Tropics 


USBL 


14-5 


USBL Champions 


1992-93 


San Antomo Spurs 


NBA 


39-22 


Western Conf. Semifinals 


1993-94 


San Antomo Spurs 


NBA 


55-27 


Western Conf. Fust Round 


1994-95 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


24-58 




1995-96 


Philadelphia 76'ers 


NBA 


18-64 




NBA TOTALS 136 


171 .443 






OVERALL TOTALS 174 


180 .491 







Steve Sheppaid 

Chicago BuUs, 1978-79; 

Detroit Pistons, 1979 (367- 

178-62) 

Gene Shue 

Philadelphia Wamors, 1955; 

New York Knicks, 1956-56; 

1963; Fort Wayne Pistons, 

1957; Detroit Pistons, 1958- 

62; Baltunore Bullets, 1964 

(10,068-2,856-2,609) 

Joe Smith 

Golden State Wamors, 

1995-Present (1,251, 717, 

79) 

Buck WilUams 

New Jersey Nets. 1982-89; 

Portland Trailblazers. 1990- 

Present (14.577-10.925- 

1,414) 

Walt Williams 

Sacramento Kmgs, 1992-96, 

Miami, 1996; Toronto, 1996- 

Present (3.893-1,164-856) 



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1954 

Gene Shue-lst *3 overall 

(Phila.) 
1956 
Bob Kessler-2nd (Fort 

Wayne) 
1958 
John Nacmcik-3rd 

(Syracuse) 
Nick Davis- nth 

(Philadelphia) 
1960 
Al Bunge-lst, #7 overall 

(Phila.) 
Chaihe McNeil-6th (New 

York) 
Jerry Bechtle-15th (New 

York) 
1961 
Bob McDonald-6th (St. 

Louis) 
CharUe McNeil -7th 

(Phila.) 
1963 
Jerry Greenspan-3rd 

(Syracuse) 
1966 

Gary Ward-6th (Boston) 
1967 
Jay McMillen-9th (L.A. 

Lakers) 
Joe Harrington - 1 1th 

(Boston) 
1970 
Will Hetzel -9th 

(Baltunore) 
1971 
Barry Yates-8th 

(Philadelphia) 
1973 

Jim 0'Bnen-3rd (Portland) 
Bob Bodell- 10th (Seattle) 
Howard White -14th 

(Washmgton) 
1974 
Tom McMillen- 1st. #9 

overall (Buffalo) 
Len Ehnore-lst, #13 over- 
all (Washmgton) 
1975 

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

(Phoenix) 
1976 
John Lucas- 1st, #1 overall 

(Houston) 



Maunce Howard- 2nd 

(Cleveland) 
1977 
Brad Davis-lst. #15 overall 

(LA. Lakers) 
1978 
Lawrence Boston-4th 

(Washington) 
1979 
Larry Gibson-3rd 

(Milwaukee) 
1981 
Buck Wilhams- 1st. #3 

overall (New Jersey) 
Albert King- 1st, #10 over- 
all (New Jersey) 
Ernest Graham-3rd (Phila.j 
Greg Manrung-7th 

(Denver) 
1982 
Charles Pittman- 3rd 

(Phoenix) 
1984 
Ben Coleman- 2nd 

(Chicago) 
Herman Veal-(6th 

(Phoenix) 
Mark FothergiU-Sth 

(Phoenix) 
1985 
Adnan Branch- 2nd 

(Chicago) 
Jeff Adkins-7th (Chicago) 
1986 
Len Bias- 1st. #2 overall 

(Boston 
1988 
Demck Lewis- 3rd 

(Chicago) 
1990 
Jerrod Mustaf-lst. #17 

overall (New York 

Knicks) 
Tony Massenburg- 2nd 

(San Antomo) 
1992 
Walt Wilhams-lst. #7 

overall (Sacramento) 
1993 
Evers Bums-2nd 

(Sacramento) 
1995 
Joe Smith- 1st. #1 overall 

(Golden State) 



Terps in the NBA Draft By Bound 


First Round Picks 

Second Round 

Third Round 


12 

6 

8 


Fourth Round 

Fifth Round 


1 

4 


Sixth Round 


3 


Seventh Round 

Eighth Round 

Ninth Round 


3 

2 

4 


Tenth Round 


1 


Eleventh Round 

Fourteenth Round 

Sixteenth Round 


1 

1 

1 



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Individual Records 



Scoring 

Game 

1. 44 by Ernest Graham vs. N,C. State (12-20-78) 

2. 43 by AlBunge vs. Yale (1-4-60) 

3. 41 by Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

by Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 

5. 40 by Joe Smith vs Duke (3-1-95) 

by Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (SC Tournament, 
3-6-63) 

7. 39 by Walt WiUiams vs. Wake Forest (1-22-92)' 

T8. 38 by Walt Wilhams vs. Clemson (ACC 
Tournament, 3-12-92) 
by Walt wmiams at Flonda State (2-5-92)* 
by Albert Kmg vs. Clemson 
(ACC Tournament, 2-29-80) 
by Jim O'Bnen vs. North Carohna (1-27-73) 
by Howard White vs. South Carolma (12-16-70) 

13. 36 by Eveis Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

T14.35 by Exiee Hipp vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 
by JeiTOd Mustaf vs. Duke (2-10-90) 
by Len Bias at North Carohna (2-20-86) 
by Tom McMillen at George Washmgton 
(12-4-71) 

T18.34 by Walt Wilhams 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 Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (ACC 
Tournament, 3-9-96) 
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 Wmiams at Virginia (1-29-92)' 
by Matt Roe vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 
by Walt Wilhams vs. North Carohna (1-10-90) 
by Len Bias at George Mason (11-26-85) 
by Tom McMillen vs. Navy (1-20-73) 
by Tom McMillen vs. Camsus (12-17-71) 
by How/aid White vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 
by Will Hetzel vs. South Carolma (3-6-69) 
by Bob Kessler vs Duke (ACC Tournament, 3-1-56) 

T36 32 by Kevm McLmton vs. Flonda State (2-13-93) 
by Walt Wilhams at North Carohna (1-13-92)* 
by Rudy Archer vs Mt, St. Mary's (12-8-87) 
by Dernck Lewis vs. UMBC (2-18-87) 
by Albert Kmg vs. Wake Forest (1-20-80) 
by Tom McMillen vs. vs. Georgetown (12-13-71) 
by Barry Yates vs. Miami (FL) (12-29-70) 

T43.31 by Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 

by Walt Wilhams vs. Virgmia (3-7-92) 
by Walt WiUiams vs Clemson (1-25-92)' 
by Walt Wdhams vs. West Virgmia (12-7-91) 
by Len Bias vs. UNLV (12-7-85) 
by Ernest Graham vs, Bucknell (12-22-79) 
by John Lucas at North Carolma (2-15-75) 
by John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

T51,30 by Johnny Rhodes vs, Kentucky (11-24-95) 
by Joe Smith vs, Massachusetts (12-10-94) 
by Joe Smith at Oklahoma (12-7-93) 
by Walt Williams vs, Flonda State (1-18-92)* 
by Walt Wilhams vs, N,C, State (1-11-92)* 
by Walt Wffliams vs, Rutgers (12-27-90) 
by Walt wmiams vs, Boston College (12-3-90) 
by Jenod 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 Adnan Branch vs, Vugmia (1-30-85) 
by Albert Kmg at Virgmia (2-21-79) 
by John Lucas vs. N.C, State (1-16-75) 
by Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 

* denotes consecutive games durmg the 1991-92 season. 




Ernest 
Graham, 
the eighth 
leading 
scorer in 
school 
history, 
scored a 
school 
record 44 
points 
versus N.C. 
State on 
December 
20, 1978. 



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 


0( 

1. 


3ree 

2,149 


2. 


2,058 


3. 


2,017 


4. 


2,015 


5. 


1,807 


6. 


1,743 


7, 


1,704 


8. 


1,607 


9. 


1,561 


10, 


1,457 


11. 


1,386 


12. 


1,370 


13. 


1,372 


14, 


1.354 


15, 


1,315 


16, 


1,300 


17, 


1,290 


18, 


1,266 


19. 


1,244 


20. 


1,235 


21. 


1,219 


22. 


1,198 


23. 


1,152 


24. 


1,123 


25. 


1,161 


26. 


1,153 


27. 


1,094 


28, 


1,087 


29, 


1,064 


30. 


1,026 


31. 


1,017 


32. 


1,007 



by Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Albert Kmg (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 Kmg (1980-81) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by John Lucas (1975-76) 
by Adnan Branch (1982-83) 
by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
by Evers Bums (1992-93) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 



by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Albert Kmg (1977-81) 
by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
by John Lucas (1972-76) 
by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
by Walt Wilhams (1988-92) 
by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 
by Greg Mannmg (1977-81) 
by Dernck Lewis (1984-88) 
by Gen Shue (1951-54) 
by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-96) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
by Evers Bums (1989-93) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
by Joe Smith (1994-1995) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by Lee Brawley (1949-52) 
by Jun O'Bnen (1970-73) 
by Steve Sheppard (1974-76) 
by Larry Gibson (1975-79) 
by Keith Booth (1994-Present) 
by Duane Sunpkms (1993-96) 
by Maunce Howard (1972-76) 
by Buck Wilhams (1978-81) 
by Gary Ward (1963-67) 
by Keith Gathn (1984-88) 
by Kevm McLmton (1989-93) 
by Brad Davis (1974-76) 
by Len Ehnore (1971-74) 
by Lavnence Boston (1975-78) 



Scoring Average 

Season 

1, 26.8 by Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 

2, 23.3 by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

3, 23.2 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

4, 22.1 by Gene Shue (1952-53) 

5, 21,8 by Gene Shue (1953-54) 
6- 21.7 by Albert Kmg (1979-80) 

7, 21,2 by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

T8, 20,8 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

20,8 by Tom McMillen (1971-73) 

10. 20,4 by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

11. 20.3 by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

12. 20.1 by John Lucas (1975-76) 

Caieei 

1. 20.6 by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

2. 20.2 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 18.7 by Gene Shue (1951-64) 

4. 18.3 by John Lucas (1972-76) 

5, 18.0 by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

6, 17.4 by Albert Kmg (1977-81) 

7, 16,6 by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-90) 

8, 16,2 by Walt Wilhams (1988-92) 

Rebounds 

Game 



1- 26 
T2. 24 



by 
by 
by 
4 23 by 
T5, 22 by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 
by 



T9. 21 



T12 20 



Len Ehnore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 
Len Ehnore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 
Will Hetzel vs. West Virgmia (12-4-68) 
Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 
Buck Wilhams vs. Lomsville (12-13-80) 
Buck Wilhams at UNLV (12-4-78) 
Al Bunge vs, Georgetown (2-26-58) 
Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-25-56) 
Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Virgima (2-1-95) 
Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 
Len Ehnore vs. North Carohna (2-13-74) 
Len Ehnore vs. Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 
Joe Smith vs Flonda State (1-11-94) 
Tony Massenburg at Georgia Tech (2-13-90) 
Len Ehnore vs, Duke (2-2-74) 
Len Elmore vs, Richmond (1-2-74) 




Lea Elmore, one of the greatest rebounders the 
ACC has ever known, holds the school record 
for rebounds in a game, season and career. 



103 



Individual Records 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Season 

I. 412 by Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2^ 363 by Buck Williams (1980-81) 

3. 362 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 

4. 351 by Len Elmore (1971-72) 

5. 336 by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

6. 323 by Buck Williams (1978-79) 
T7. 321 by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

by Tom Roy (1974-75) 

9. 318 by WiUHetzel (1968-69) 

10. 314 by Tony Massenbuig (1989-90) 

II. 306 by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 



Career 

1. 1,053 by Len Elmore (1971-74) 

2. 948 by Demck Lewis (1984-88) 

3. 928 by Buck Williams (1978-81) 

4. 895 by Lairy Gibson (1975-80) 

5. 859 by Tom McMiEen (1971-74) 

6. 849 by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

7. 795 by AlBunge (1957-60) 

8. 745 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

9. 722 by Tony Massenbuig (1985-86, 87-90) 

10. 715 by Albeit Kmg (1977-81) 

11. 704 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 

12. 689 by WiUHetzel (1968-70) 

13. 663 by Keith Booth (1994-Present) 

14. 651 by Rod Horst (1968-70) 

15. 636 by Herman Veal (1981-84) 

16. 634 by Evers Bums (1990-93) 

17. 629 by Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 

18. 615 by Gary Ward (1964-66) 

19. 586 by Tom Roy (1973-75) 

20. 582 by Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 

21. 572 by Ernest Graham (1978-81) 

22. 546 by Adnan Branch (1982-85) 

23. 542 by Jay McMillen (1965-67) 

24. 511 by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 





John Lucas, the first player selected in the 
1975 NBA Draft, is ranked second all-time at 
Maryland in career assists. 



Rebounding Average 

Season 



by Len Elmore (1973-74) 
by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
by AlBunge (1959-60) 
by WiUHetzel (1968-69) 
by Buck WiUiams (1980-81) 
by Len Ehnore (1972-73) 
by Tom Roy (1974-75) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Buck wmiams (1978-79) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Joe Smith (1993-94) 
by Bob McDonald (1960-61) 



1. 


14.7 


2. 


14.0 


3. 


12.6 


4. 


12,2 


5. 


11.7 


6. 


11.2 


7. 


11.1 


8. 


11.0 


9. 


10.8 


TIO.10.7 



Career 



Tony Massenburg, who led the Terps in 
rebounding during the 1989 and 1990 seasons, 
ranks as the ninth best rebounder in school 
history. 



12,2 by Len Ehnore (1971-74) 
10.9 by Buck Wilhams (1978-81) 

by Bob Kessler (1953-54) 
10.7 by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
10 6 by AlBunge (1957-60) 



Assists 

Game 



1. 13 by Keith GatUn vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 
T2. 12 by TerreU Stokes vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

by Kevm McLmton vs. N.C. State (1-26-91) 
by Keith GatUn vs. Navy (3-17-85) 
by Keith Gatlm at North CaroUna (1-9-85) 
by Dutch Morley at Clemson (2-13-82) 
by Dutch Morley vs. MarshaU (12-29-80) 
by John Lucas vs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 
by Rich Porac vs. Camsus (12-17-71) 

Season 

1 221 by Keith GatUn (6.0apg; 1984-85) 

2, 204 by Keith Gathn (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 
3 178 by John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 

4. 175 by Kevm McLmton (6.3 apg; 1992-93) 

5 172 by Rudy Archer (5.5apg; 1987-88) 

6. 165 by Brad Davis (5.9apg; 1975-76) 

7. 162 by Duane Simpkms (4.8 apg; 1994-95) 

8. 159 by John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1973-74) 

9. 154 by Kevm McLmton (5.3 apg, 1991-92) 

10. 149 by Walt WiUiams (4.5 apg, 1989-90) 

11. 148 by Keith Gatlin (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 



Career 

1 649 by Keith GatUn (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 

2 514 by John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1972-76) 

3- 483 by Duane Sunpkms (4.1 apg; 1993-96) 

4. 469 by Kevm McLmton (5.2 apg, 1989-93) 

5 460 by Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 

6. 437 by Johnny Rhodes (3.6 apg, 1993-96) 

7. 431 by Brad Davis (5.1 apg; 1974-77) 

8. 410 by Walt WUhams (3.9 agp, 1988-92) 

9. 360 by Jeff Adkms (2.8 apg, 1981-85) 

10. 346 by Ernest Graham (2.9 apg, 1977-81) 

11. 304 by Albert Kmg (2.6 apg; 1977-81) 

12. 294 by Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg, 1987-90) 



Steals 

Game 



Tl 9 by Johnny Rhodes at North CaroUna (2-7-96) 
by Johimy Rhodes vs. Amencan (12-23-95) 

T3. 7 by Johnny Rhodes at Vngmia (2-1-96) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Howard (12-6-95) 
by Walt WUhams vs. North CaroUna (3-11-89) 
by Walt WUhams vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-23-91) 

T7. 6 by Laron Profit vs. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
by Johnny Rhodes vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
by Johrmy 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 Aiben Kmg at Clemson (1-17-81) 
by Albert Kmg vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
by Ernest Graham vs. CathoUc (12-15-79) 
by Dutch Morley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
by John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 



Season 



1. no 


by 


2. 85 


by 


3. 78 


by 


4. 71 


by 


5 64 


by 


6. 60 


by 


7. 57 


by 


8. 51 


by 


T9. 47 


by 


47 


by 


T11.46 


by 


46 


by 


T13.45 


by 




by 


Career 


1. 344 


by 


2. 175 


by 


3. 170 


by 


4. 137 


by 


5, 136 


by 


6. 129 


by 


7. 123 


by 


8. 120 


by 


9 119 


by 


10 114 


by 


Til, 110 


by 




by 



Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spg, 1995-96) 
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 WUhams (2.1 spg, 1991-92) 
Walt WUhams (1.7 apg, 1989-90) 
Joe Srmth (1.5 spg, 1994-95) 
Evers Bums (1.7 spg, 1992-93) 
Kevm McLmton (1.6 spg, 1991-92) 
Kevm McLmton (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) 



Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg, 1993-1996) 
Walt WUhams (1.7 spg; 1988-92) 
Dutch Morley (1.4 spg, 1978-82) 
Demck Lewis (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 
Kevm McLmton (1.5 spg; 1989-93) 
Keith Booth (1.4 spg, 1994-Present) 
Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
Duane Sunpkms (1.1 spg, 1993-1996) 
Albert Kmg (1,0 spg; 1977-81) 
Evers Bums (1.0 spg, 1989-1993) 
Jeff Adkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
Adrian Branch (0,9 spg; 1981-85) 



104 



Individual Records 



MJIRYLANDBASKETBALL 




Derrick Lewis, who is among the greatest shot 
blockers in ACC history, blocked a school 
record 339 shots during his career. 



Blocks 

Game 



Tl, 12 by Cedric Lewis at South Flonda(l-20-91) 

by Dernck Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

T3- 10 by Demck Lewis vs. Md. Eastern Shoie (2-27-87) 
by Derrick Lewis vs. UMBC (2-18-87) 
by Demck Lewis vs. Towson State (2-21-85) 
by Demck Levns vs. Tennessee (11-24-84) 

T7 8 by Cednc Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 
by Cedric Lewis vs. UMBC (1-7-91) 
by Cednc Lewis vs. Califomia-Irvine (12-11-90) 
by Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 

Til. 7 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 Cednc Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-1-91) 
by Cedric Levns vs. Towson State (11-26-90) 
by Derrick Lewis vs. Virgima (3-1-86) 
by Dernck Lewis vs. Stanford (12-28-84) 
by Demck Lewis vs. Md. Eastern Shore 
(12-13-84) 

by Dernck Lewis vs. Cleveland State (12-5-84) 
by Tony Massenburg vs. Md. Eastern Shore 
(12-1-88) 

by Larry Gibson vs. Syracuse (12-24-76) 
by Len Elmore vs. North Carokna (1-27-73) 

Season 

1 143 by Cednc Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1990-91) 

2. 114 by Dernck Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1986-87) 

3. 99 by Dernck Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 

4. 97 by Joe Smith (2.9 bpg. 1994-95) 

5. 93 by Joe Smith (3.1 bpg, 1993-94) 

6 71 by Dernck Lemris (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 

7. 67 by Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg. 1976-77) 

8. 58 by Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg; 1978-79) 

9. 57 by Larry Gibson (2.0 bpg. 1977-78) 

10. 55 by Derrick Levns (1.8 bpg; 1987-88) 
11.49 by Cednc Leviris (1.5 bpg; 1989-90) 



1 


339 


by 


2 


239 


by 


4. 


190 


by 


6. 


182 


by 


6. 


97 


by 


7. 


87 


by 


8. 


86 


by 


9. 


81 


by 


10. 


75 


by 


11. 


64 


by 


12. 


62 


by 




62 


by 


14. 


61 


by 


15. 


53 


by 


16. 


50 


by 




50 


by 




50 


by 




50 


by 




50 


by 



Career 

Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg, 1984-88) 
Cedric Lewris (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 WUiams (0.8 bpg, 1988-92) 
Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 
Evers Burns (0.6 bpg, 1990-93) 
Mike Davis (1.4 bpg, 1977-78) 
Johnny Rhodes (0,5 bpg, 1993-96) 
Chns Kirwan (1.1 bpg, 1992-93) 
Keith Booth (0.6 bpg, 1994-Present) 
Taylor Baldwm (0.6 bpg, 1979-82) 
Adnan Branch (0.4 bpg, 1982-85) 
Albert Kmg (0.4 bpg, 1978-81) 
Jerrod Mustaf (0.8 bpg, 1989-90) 
Charles Pittman (0 9 bpg, 1981-82) 

Field Goal Percentage 

Game (minimum 8 attempts) 

Tl. 1000(8-8) by Joe Smith vs. Clenison (1-25-95) 

(8-8) by Buck Williams vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 

(3-8) by Gary Williams vs. South Carohna 

(12-10-66) 

(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) 

(183-283) by Buck wmiams (1980-81) 

(196-305) by Greg Manmng (1979-80) 

(102-167) by Charles Pittman (1981-82) 

(194-319) by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

(143-236) by Buck Williams (1979-80) 



(446-725) by Buck Williams (1978-91) 
(623-1068)by Greg Mannmg (1977-81) 
(438-760) by Lawrence Pittman (1975-78) 
(699-1,259) by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
(484-878) by Lany Gibson (1975-79) 
(451-819) by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
(524-1001)by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 



1, 


.647 


2, 


.643 


3. 


.611 


4. 


.608 


5 


.606 


c 

1. 


aret 

615 


2. 


.583 


3. 


.576 


4. 


.555 


5. 


.561 


6. 


.550 


7. 


.524 





Bill Stasiulatis, a three year letterwinrier, was 
a perfect 12 of 12 from the free throw line 
versus Wake Forest in 1961. 



Greg H/lanning. one of the great shooters in 
school and conference history, is the all-time 
leader in career free throw shooting 
percentage. 

Free Throw Percentage 

Game (minimum 10 attempts) 

Tl, 1000(14-14) by Jerry Greenspan vs Mmnesota 

(12-10-60) 

(13-13) by Len Bias vs. North Carohna 

(2-20-86) 

(13-13) by Lee Brawley vs. North Carohna 

(1-2-51) 

(12-12) by Duane Sunpkms vs. Kentucky 

(11-24-95) 

(12-12) by Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest 

(2-23-91) 

(12-12) by Tony Massenburg at Penn State 

(3-19-90) 

(12-12) by Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest 

(3-3-61) 

(12-12) by Lee Brawley vs. North Carohna 

(1-2-1951) 

(12-12) by Bob Kessler vs. George 

Washington (1-5-56) 

(11-11) by Duane Sunpkins vs. Virginia 

(3-5-94) 

(10-10) by Tom Mihoy vs . Penn State 

(11-30-68) 

(10-10) by Jerry Bechtle vs. North Carolina 

(2-23-60) 
9 .929 (13-14) by Walt WiUiams vs. North Carohna 

(1-10-90) 

Season (minimum 50 attempts) 

(79-87) by Greg Mannmg (1979-80) 

(209-242) by Len Bias (1985-86) 

(57-66) by Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 

(50-58) by Keith GatUn (1984-85) 

(66-77) by Greg Mannmg (1978-79) 



(315-367) by Greg Manning (1977-81) 
(311-383) by Duane Simpkins (1993-1995) 
(418-517) by Jun O'Brien (1971-73) 
(409-512) By Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
(163-205) by Keith Gathn (1983-88) 



1 


.908 


2. 


.864 


3. 


.863 


4. 


.862 


5. 


.857 


c 

1 


are< 

858 


2. 


.812 


3. 


.809 


4. 


.799 


5. 


.795 



105 



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Individual Records 



Fastest To 1,000 Point Chart 



Total Players to reach 1,000 Points: 



32 



Fastest to Reach 1,000 Points: 


Tom McMillen m 48 Games 


Most Recent to Reach 1,000 Points: 


Duane Simpkins, Keith Booth (1996) 


Sophomores to Reach to 1,000 Pomt 


;: 1 






Juruors to Reach 1,000 Points: 


12 






Seniors to Reach 1,000 Points: 


19 






Rank 


Game 


Player Year 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 


Jumor 


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 


Jumor 


2.149 


15. 


79 


Exree Hipp 


1995 


Jumor 


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 Manmng 


1980 


Jumor 


1,561 


20. 


84 


Len Ehnore 


1974 


Semor 


1,053 


21. 


86 


Keith Booth 


1996 


Junior 


1,152 


21. 


86 


Larry Gibson 


1979 


Semor 


1,087 


23. 


89 


Kevin McLinton 


1993 


Senior 


1,024 


24. 


94 


Tony Massenburg 1990 


Senior 


1,354 


25. 


95 


Evers Burns 


1993 


Senior 


1.315 


26. 


97 


Derrick Lewis 


1987 


Senior 


1,458 


27. 


103 


Maurice Howard 


1976 


Senior 


1,161 


28. 


106 


Ernest Graham 


1980 


Junior 


1,607 


29. 


109 


Duane Simpkms 


1996 


Senior 


1,123 


30. 


118 


Keith Gatlin 


1988 


Senior 


1,087 


Records are incomplete as to when Gene Shue and Lee Brawley reached the 1,000 


pomt mark. Both players reached the mark during their respertive senior years. 




Jay McMillen. an AIl-ACC and AIl-ACC Tournament team selection 
during his career, reached the 1,000 point plateau in only 56 games. He 
was the fourth fastest player in school history to reach the milestone. 




Larry Gibson, a two-time AU-ACC Tournament team selection, reached 
the 500 rebound plateau as a junior in his 47th career game. 

Fastest To 500 Rebound Chart 

Total Players to reach 500 Rebounds: 25 



Fastest to reach 500 Rebounds: 




Buck Williams in 44 


games 


Most Recent to reach 500 Rebounds: 


Keith Booth (1996) 




Sophomores to Reach to 500 Rebounds: 


2 






Juniors to Reach 500 Rebounds: 




10 






Seniors to Reach 500 Rebounds: 




14 






Rank 


Game 


Player Year Reached 


Class Career Points 


1, 


44 


Buck Williams 


1980 




Sophomore 


928 


2. 


47 


Len Elmore 


1973 




Jumor 


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 McMUlen 


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. 


68 


Keith Booth 


1996 




Junior 


663 


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 durmg their respective senior 
years. 



106 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



FRESHMAN SCORING AND REBOUNDING LEADERS 


Points 




r 582 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 442 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 425 


by John Lucas (1972-73) 


4, 392 


by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


5 381 


by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 


6, 371 


by JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


7, 369 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


8. 364 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 


9. 363 


by Brian WiUiams (1987-88) 


10. 338 


by Greg Manning (1977-78) 


11. 324 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


12, 316 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


13. 300 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


14. 269 


by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


15. 221 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


Rebounds I 


1 323 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


2. 322 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


3, 241 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


4. 202 


by JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


5. 187 


by Albert King (1977-78) 


6. 183 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


7, 173 


by Brian WiUiams (1987-88) 


8. 157 


by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


9. 145 


by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


10. 138 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


11. 125 


by Len Bias (1982-83) 


125 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


13. 103 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


14. 95 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 


15- 92 


by Walt Williams (1988-89) 


SOPHOMORE SCORING AND REBOUNDING LEADERS 


Points 




1. 708 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2. 667 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


3. 609 


by JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 


4. 564 


by John Lucas (1973-74) 


5, 541 


by Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


6. 499 


by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


7. 488 


by Len Bias (1983-84) 


8. 444 


by Albert King (1978-79) 


9. 420 


by Walt Williams (1989-90) 


10. 416 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


11. 401 


by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


12. 397 


by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


13- 389 


by Howard White (1970-71) 


14. 374 


by Johrmy Rhodes (1993-94) 


15. 371 


by Buck Wilhams (1979-80) 


Rebounds { 


1. 362 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2. 351 


by Len Elmore (1971-72) 


3. 306 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


4. 254 


by JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 


5. 265 


by AlBunge (1957-58) 


6. 249 


by Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 


7. 247 


by Keith Booth (1994-95) 


8. 242 


by Buck Williams (1979-80) 


9. 228 


by Larry Gibson (1976-77) 


10. 224 


by Barry Yates (1970-71) 


11. 222 


by Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 


12. 220 


by Sparky Still (1969-70) 


13. 217 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


14. 213 


by Herman Veal (1981-82) 


15. 204 


by Evers Burns (1990-91) 


JUNIOR CLASS SCORING AND REBOUNDING LEADERS 


Points 




1. 701 


by Len Bias (1984-85) 


2. 674 


by Albert King (1979-80) 


3. 616 


by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


4. 605 


by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


5. 510 


by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


6. 494 


by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


7. 483 


by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


8. 432 


by Buck Williams (1980-81) 


9. 481 


by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 


10. 475 


by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 




Johnny Rhodes, a four-time AU-ACC selection, 
is among the top all-time freshman and 
sophomore scorers and rebounders. 

Greg Manning (1979-80) 
John Lucas (1974-75) 
Gary Ward (1964-65) 
Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 

Buck WiUiams (1980-81) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Len Elmore (1972-73) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Gary Ward (1964-65) 
Larry Gibson (1977-78) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
Ben Coleman (1982-83) 
Al Bunge (1958-59) 
Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
Keith Booth (1995-96) 
Ernsest Graham (1979-80) 
Rod Horst (1968-69) 

SENIOR CLASS SCORING AND REBOUNDING LEADERS 



Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Albert Kmg (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Tom McMilen (1973-74) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
Matt Roe (1990-91) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

Len Elmore (1973-74) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 



11. 


471 


by 


12. 


469 


by 




469 


by 


14. 


461 


by 


Dnl 


461 
ound 


by 


net 

1. 


363 


by 


2. 


318 


by 


3. 


290 


by 


4. 


284 


by 


5. 


271 


by 


6. 


253 


by 


7. 


251 


by 


8. 


248 


by 


9. 


246 


by 


10. 


242 


by 


11. 


241 


by 


12. 


235 


by 


13. 


233 


by 


14. 


230 


by 


15. 


229 


by 


SENIOR 


CLA 


Points 




1. 


776 


by 


2. 


743 


by 


3. 


671 


by 


4. 


654 


by 


5. 


559 


by 


6. 


557 


by 




557 


by 


8. 


524 


by 


9. 


518 


by 


10. 


502 


by 


11 


498 


by 


12. 


497 


by 


13. 


491 


by 


14. 


490 


by 


15. 


466 


by 


Rebounds 


1. 


412 


by 


2. 


336 


by 


3. 


321 


by 


4. 


314 


by 


5. 


269 


by 




269 


by 



7 258 by Rod Horst (1971-70) 

8. 257 by Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

9. 250 by Bob Everett (1954-55) 

10. 249 by Evers Burns (1992-93) 

11. 241 by Gary Ward (1965-66) 

12. 237 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 



19 7 by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

15.2 by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

14.3 by JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 
14.2 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

14.2 by John Lucas (1972-73) 

14.0 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
13.6 by Albert King (1977-78) 
12.8 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 

12.3 by Bnan Williams (1987-88) 

12.1 by Greg Manning (1977-78) 

11.8 by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 

11.3 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

10.6 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

10.0 by Buck Williams (1978-79) 

10.0 by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

Rebound Average 



10.7 by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

10.0 by Buck WiUiams (1978-79) 

9.8 by Larry Gibson (1975-76) 

7.8 by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
6.7 by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 
6.5 by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

6.1 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
6.0 by Brian Williams (1987-88) 

5.2 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

4.9 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

4.3 by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

4.2 by Len Bias (1982-83) 
3.9 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
3-5 by Walt Williams (1988-89) 

3.3 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 



SOPHOMORE SCORING AVERAGE AND I 
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 Kmg (1978-79) 

10. 15.6 by Howard White (1970-71) 
15.6 by Buck Wilhams (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 AlBunge (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 Wm Hetzel (1967-68) 
7.8 by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

12. 7.7 by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

13. 7.5 by JunHalleck (1956-57) 
7.5 by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

15. 7.4 by Gary Ward (1963-64) 



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JUNIOR SCORmC AVERAGE AND I 
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) 

5. 19.6 by Dernck 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 GaiyWaid (1964-65) 

10. 17.8 by Charles McNeil (1958-59) 
U. 17.6 by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

12. 16.6 by Tony Massenburg (1988-39) 

13. 15.9 by Evers Bums (1991-92) 

14. 15.8 by Jay McMillen (1965-66) 

15. 15 7 by Greg Manmng (1979-80) 



Rebounding Average 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 



12.2 by WiU Hetzel (1968-69) 

11.7 by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
11.2 by Len Eknore ( 1 972-73) 

11.8 by Bob Eicher (1961-62) 
11.6 by AlBunge (1958-59) 

11.0 by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
10.4 by Gary Ward (1964-65) 

10.1 by Rod Horst (1968-69) 

9.8 by Tom McMiUen (1972-73) 

9.5 by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 

9.4 by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 

9.0 by Larry Gibson (1977-73) 
8.8 by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

8.1 by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 



SENIOR SCORING AVERAGE AND /REBOUNDING 
AVERAGE LEADERS 

Scoring Average 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 

15 



26.8 by Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 
23.2 by Len Bias (1985-86) 
20.4 by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

19.9 by John Lucas (1975-76) 

19.4 by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

18.5 by Evers Bums (1992-93) 

13.1 by Adrian Branch (1984-35) 
18.0 by Albert Kmg (1980-81) 

by Tony Massenburg (1939-90) 

17.8 by Charles McNeil (1959-60) 

17.4 by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

17.2 by Gary Ward (1965-66) 
16.7 by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

by AlBunge (1959-60) 

16.6 by Jim O'Bnen (1972-73) 



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 Bums (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) 

FRESHMAN ASSISTS 

No. Assists Player, Year 

1. 178 by John Lucas (1972-73) 

2. 148 by Keith Gathn (1983-84) 

3. 134 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 

4. 123 by Dutch Merely (1973-79) 

5. Ill by Teyon McCoy ( 1 986-87) 

6. 91 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

7. 87 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

8. 85 by TerreU Stokes (1995-96) 

9. 74 by Greg Mannmg (1977-73) 



10. 


67 


by Duane Sunpkins (1992-93) 


11. 


66 


by Walt Williams (1988-89) 


12. 


65 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


13. 


64 


by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 


14, 


56 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


15. 


52 


by Jeff Adkms (1981-82) 


SOPHOMORE ASSISTS 


No. 


Assists 


Player, Year 


1. 


165 


by Brad Davis (1975-76) 


2. 


159 


by John Lucas (1973-74) 


3. 


136 


by Duane Simpkms (1993-94) 


4. 


124 


by Dutch Morley (1979-80) 


5. 


123 


by Kevm McLmton (1990-91) 


6. 


122 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


7. 


121 


by Jeff Adlons (1932-82) 


8. 


94 


by Jesse Martm 1989-90) 


9. 


88 


by Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 


10. 


85 


by John Johnson (1986-76) 


11 


76 


by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


12. 


70 


by Bill Bryant (1977-78) 
by Jim O'Bnen (1970-71) 


14. 


68 


by Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 


15. 


62 


by Albert Kmg (1978-79) 


JUNIOR ASSISTS 


No. 


Assists 


Player, Year 


1. 


204 


by Keith Gatlm (1985-86) 


2. 


172 


by Rudy Archer (1987-38) 


3. 


162 


by Duane Simpkms (1994-95) 


4. 


154 


by Kevm McLmton (1991-92) 


5. 


136 


by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


6. 


132 


by Brad Davis (1976-77) 


7. 


126 


by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


3. 


119 


by Jeff Adkms (1983-84) 


9. 


109 


by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 


10. 


93 


by Howard White (1971-72) 


11. 


91 


by John Lucas (1974-75) 
by Walt Wilhams (1990-91) 


13. 


86 


by Albert King (1979-80) 


14, 


84 


by Dutch Morley (1980-81) 


15, 


78 


by Jun O'Bnen (1971-72) 


SENIOR ASSISTS 


No. 


Assists 


Player, Year 


1, 


175 


by Kevm McLmton (1992-93) 


2, 


135 


by Greg Nared (1983-89) 
by Mickey Wiles (1969-70) 


4, 


124 


by Dutch Morley (1981-82) 


5. 


121 


by Bob BodeU (1972-73) 


6, 


120 


by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 


7. 


118 


by Duane Simpkms (1995-96) 


8. 


104 


by Walt Williams (1991-92) 


9. 


101 


by Jeff Baxter (1985-86) 


10. 


97 


by John Johnson (1988-89) 


11. 


92 


by Albert Kmg (1980-81) 


12. 


91 


by VmceBroadnax (1991-92) 


13. 


86 


by John Lucas (1975-76) 


14. 


85 


by Greg Manning (1930-81) 


15. 


81 


by Adnan Branch (1984-35) 




FRESHMAN 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


71 


2. 


45 


3. 


43 


4, 


42 


5, 


40 


6. 


38 


7. 


35 


8. 


33 


9. 


29 


10. 


24 


11. 


23 


12. 


21 


13. 


20 



15. 19 



STEALS LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Steal totals are not availible pnor to the 1977 season and 
vfere 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 Laron Profit (1995-96) 
by Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 
by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
by Walt Williams (1983-39) 
by Jeff Adkms (1981-82) 
by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 
by Keith Gatlm (1983-84) 
by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 
by Duane Sunptans (1995-96) 
by Jerrod Mustal (1988-39) 

Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1979-80) 
by Walt Williams (1939-90) 
byjoe Smith (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkms (1993-94) 
by Kevm McLmton (1990-91) 
by Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 
by Albert Kmg (1973-79) 
by Keith GatUn( 1984-85) 
by Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
by Jesse Martm (1989-90) 
by Jeff Adkms (1982-83) 
by Bill Bryant (1977-78) 

Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Kevm McLmton (1991-92) 
by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
by Albert Kmg (1979-80) 
by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by Rudy Archer (1937-88) 
by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 
by Len Bias (1934-85) 
by Evers Bums (1991-92) 
by Exree Hipp (1995-94) 
by Dutch Morley (1980-31) 
by Adrian Branch (1983-84) 
by Buck Williams (1930-31) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Walt Wilhams (1990-91) 

Player, Year 

by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Evers Bums (1992-93) 
by Kevm McLinton (1992-93) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Adnan Branch (1984-85) 
by Dernck Lemris (1987-88) 
by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
by Cednc Lewis (1990-91) 
by Vmce Broadnax (1991-92) 
by Jeff Adkms (1984-85) 
by Dutch Morley (1981-82) 
by Duane Sunpkms (1995-96) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Steve Sheppard (1976-77) 



SOPHOMORE 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


73 


2. 


64 


3. 


57 


4. 


51 


5. 


45 


6. 


39 


7. 


37 


8. 


35 


9. 


34 


10, 


30 


11, 


27 


12, 


26 


13. 


26 


14, 


23 


15, 


20 


JUNIOR 


No. 


Steals 


1 


85 


2. 


47 


3 


43 


4 


42 


5. 


41 


6. 


38 


8. 


34 




34 


10. 


32 


11. 


30 


12 


29 


14. 


28 




28 


SENIOR 


No. 


Steals 


1. 


110 


2. 


60 


3. 


47 


4. 


46 



45 



42 



10. 


40 


11. 


37 


12. 


33 


13, 


28 



15, 27 



Keith Gatlin, who played in four NCAA 
Tournaments, is the all-time leader in assists 
by a junior at Maryland. 



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BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Blocked shot totals are not availaile poor to the 1977 
season and were not kept as as official NCAA statistic until 
1986 season. 



FRESHMAN 




No. 


Blocked 
Shots 


Name, Year 


1- 


99 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


2. 


93 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


3. 


36 


by Bnan Williams (1987-88) 


4. 


28 


by JenodMustaf (1988-39) 


5 


25 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


6. 


20 


by Obmna Ekezie (1995-96) 


7. 


17 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


8 


13 


by Walt Williams (1988-89) 


9 


12 


by Johrniy Rhodes (1992-93) 


10 


11 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
by Ernest Graham (1977-78) 
by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 
by Cednc Lewis (1987-88) 
by Tony Massenburg (1985-86) 


15. 


10 


by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 




10 


by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 



SOPHOMORES 
No. Blocked 
Shots 

97 
71 
43 
36 
34 
32 
22 
21 
16 
15 
13 
11 



1. 
2. 

3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

7, 

8. 

9 

10. 

11. 

12. 



14. 10 



JUNIORS 
No. Blocked 
Shots 

1. 114 

2. 57 

3. 49 

4. 33 



9. 

10. 
11. 
12 
13. 



31 

29 
27 
24 
23 
19 
18 



15 14 

SENIORS 
No. Blocked 
Shots 

143 

58 

55 

42 

37 

36 

31 

28 

22 

18 

17 

15 

14 



15. 11 



Name, Year 

by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Dernck Lewis (1985-86) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Cedric Lewis (1938-89) 
Walt WiUiams (1989-90) 
by Buck Williams (1979-80) 
by JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Len Bias (1983-84) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Nick Bosnia (1993-94) 
by Adnan Branch (1982-83) 
by Mano Lucas (1993-94) 
by Dave Dickerson (1986-87) 
by Alben Kmg (1978-79) 

Name, Year 

by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 
by Larry Gibson (1977-78) 
by Cedric Lewis (1989-90) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 
by Lawrence Boston (1976-77) 
by Chns Kerwm (1991-92) 
by Buck WiUiams (1980-81) 
by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
by Evers Bums (1991-92) 
by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by Charles Pittman (1980-81) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Albert Kmg (1979-80) 
by Terry Long (1985-86) 

Name, Year 

by Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 
by Larry Gibson (1978-79) 
by Dernck Lewis (1987-88) 
by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
by Chns Kerwm (1992-93) 
by Charles Pittman (1980-81) 
by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Evers Bums (1992-93) 
by Adnan Branch (1934-85) 
by Lawrence Boston (1977-78) 
by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 
by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
by Albert Kmg {1980-31) 




Tom 

McMillen, 
who played on 
Maryland's 
1972 NIT 
Championship 
team, is 
ranked fifth 
all-time for 
career field 
goals made at 
Maryland. 



FIELD COALS MADE LEADERS BY CLASS 

FRESHMAN 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

190 by John Lucas (1972-73) 

168 by Joe Smith (1993-94) 

164 by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 

157 by JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 

149 by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

141 by Brad Davis (1974-75) 

136 by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

130 by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

123 by Greg Manrung (1977-78) 

120 by Buck Wilhams (1978-79) 

113 by Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

88 by Dernck Lewis (1984-85) 

87 by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

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 JerrodMustaf (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 Adnan Branch (1982-83) 

9. 191 by Albert Kmg (1973-79) 

10. 166 by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

11. 157 by Howard White (1970-71) 

12. 151 by Charles McNeil (1957-58) 

13. 150 by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

14. 148 by Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

JUNIORS 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

275 by Albert Kmg (1979-80) 

274 by Len Bias (1984-85) 

250 by Tom McMillen (1972-73 

233 by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

203 by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

202 by Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

197 by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

196 by Greg Mannmg (1979-80) 

195 by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 

190 by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

190 by Evers Bums (1991-92) 

136 by John Lucas (1974-75) 



12, 



13. 183 by Buck Wilhams (1980-81) 

14. 182 by Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

15. 170 by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

SENIORS 

No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1. 270 by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

2. 267 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. 156 by Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 

4. 233 by John Lucas (1975-76) 

5. 232 by Albert Kmg ( 1 980-8 1 ) 

6. 214 by Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

7. 211 by Evers Bums (1992-93) 

8. 206 by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

9. 203 by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 

10. 197 by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

11. 194 by Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

12 188 by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

13 184 by Owen Brown (1974-75) 

by Dernck Lewis (1987-88) 

15 183 by Rod Horst (1969-70) 

CAREER TOTAL 
No. Field Player, Year 
Goals Made 

1 862 by Albert King (1977-81) 

by John Lucas (1972-76) 

3. 838 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

4. 767 by Adnan Branch (1981-85) 

5. 699 by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

6. 686 by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

7. 684 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

8. 623 by Greg Mannmg (1977-81) 

9. 583 by Walt Wilhams (1988-92) 
10 564 by Dernck Lewis (1984-88) 

11. 547 by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

12. 545 by Evers Bums (1989-93) 

13. 524 by Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 
15 508 by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED LEADERS BY CLASS 



FRESHMAN 




No. 


Field Goa 
Attempts 


Player, Year 


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 (1981-32) 


5. 


327 


by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 


6. 


302 


by JenodMustaf (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 Mannmg (1977-78) 


13. 


206 


by Buck Wilhams (1978-79) 


14, 


198 


by Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 


15. 


189 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


SOPHOMORE 




No. 


Field Goa 
Attempts 


Player, Year 


1. 


495 


by John Lucas (1973-74) 


2. 


454 


by Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


3 


446 


by JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 


4. 


428 


by Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


5. 


424 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


7 


420 


by Adnan Branch (1982-83) 


8 


372 


by Len Bias (1933-84) 


9. 


363 


by Howard White (1970-71) 


10 


353 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


11. 


350 


by Will Hetzel (1967-68) 


12. 


343 


by Charles McNeU (1957-58) 


13. 


327 


by Albert Kmg (1978-79) 


14. 


325 


by Bob O'Bnen (1954-55) 


15 


320 


by Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 



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JUNIOR 




No. Field Goa 


Player, Year 




Attempts 




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 McMiUen (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) 


1 


3, 362 


by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


1 


1. 357 


by Jay McMQlen (1965-66) 


1 


2. 358 


by Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
by Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


1 


i. 344 


by Jim O'Brien (1971-72) 


1 
S 


5, 339 
ENIOR 


by John Lucas (1974-75) 


N 


0. Field Goa 
Attempts 


Player, Year 


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) 


1 


3, 399 


by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 


1 


1, 393 


by Gary Ward (1965-66) 


1 


2. 366 


by Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
by Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 


1 


4. 365 


by Will Hetzel (1969-70) 


1 


5, 360 


by Kevm McLinton (1992-93) 


TOTAL CAREER FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 


N 


0. Field Goa 
Attempts 


Player, Year 


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 


1,482 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


6 


1,363 


by Ernest Graham (1977-81) 


7 


1,259 


by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


8 


1.251 


by Walt Williams (1988-92) 


9 


1,242 


by Will Hetzel (1967-70) 


\ 


3, 1.125 


by Jay McMillen (1964-67) 




1, 1.092 


by Evers Burns (1989-93) 




2. 1,070 


by Johnny Rhodes (1993-Present) 




3- 1,068 


by Greg Manning (1977-81) 




4 1,044 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 




5, 1.001 


by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 


F 


REE THROWS MADE LEADERS BY CLASS 


F 


RESHMAN 




1 


168 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2 


114 


by Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3 


92 


by Greg Manning (1977-78) 


4 


87 


by Keith Booth (1993-94) 


5 


82 


by Brad Davis (1974-75) 


6 


65 


by AlBunge (1957-58) 


7 


62 


by Steve Hood (1986-87) 


8 


60 


by Buck Williams (1978-79) 


9 


53 


by Albert Kmg (1977-78) 
by JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


1 


1, 51 


by Brian Williams (1987-88) 


1 


2. 48 


by Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 


1 
S 


3. 45 
OPHOMORE 


by Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 
by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
by John Lucas (1972-73) 


1 


209 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2 


197 


by Tom McMiUen (1971-72) 


3 


134 


by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


4 


133 


by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 



5, 


127 


6 


118 


7. 


114 


8. 


112 


9. 


104 


10 


100 


11, 


99 


13 


95 


14, 


92 


15. 


87 


JUNIORS 


1. 


162 


2. 


153 


3, 


139 


4. 


131 


5. 


130 


6. 


124 


7. 


119 


8. 


116 


10 


115 


11 


106 


12, 


99 


14, 


97 


15 


96 


SENIORS 


1, 


209 


2 


175 


3, 


174 


4. 


145 


5. 


143 


6. 


131 


7. 


125 


9. 


124 


10. 


123 


11. 


103 


12. 


100 



14. 96 



CAREER 



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 McMiUen (1964-65) 
by Charles McNeU (1957-58) 
by Herman Veal (1981-82) 
by Len Elmore (1971-72) 
by Brad Davis (1975-76) 
by Duane Sunpkins (1993-94) 



by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
by Albert Kmg (1979-80) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
by Buck Wilhams (1980-81) 
by Charles McNeU (1958-59) 
by Duane Simpkms (1994-95) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Gary Ward (1964-65) 
by John Lucas (1974-75) 
by Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 



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 AlBunge (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) 



1 


470 


by Len Bias (1982-86) 


2 


454 


by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 


3 


409 


by Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


4 


386 


by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 


5 


384 


by Walt WiUiams (1988-92) 


6 


377 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 


7 


363 


by Keith Booth (1994-Present) 


8 


334 


by Albert King (1977-81) 


9 


317 


by Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 


1 


3. 315 


by Greg Mannmg (1977-81) 


1 


1. 314 


by Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


1 


2. 311 


by Daune Simpkins (1995-96) 


1 


3. 306 


by Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 


1 


i. 301 


by Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 


1 


5, 291 


by John Lucas (1972-76) 


T 


OP 15 FREE THROWS MADE SEASONS 


1 


209 


by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Len Bias (1985-86) 


3 


197 


by Tom McMiUen (1971-72) 


4 


175 


by Walt Williams (1991-92) 


5 


174 


by Bob Kessler (1955-56) 


6 


168 


by Joe Smith (1993-94) 


7 


162 


by Keith Booth (1995-96) 


8 


153 


by Len Bias (1984-85) 


9 


145 


by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 


1 


3. 143 


by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 


1 


1. 139 


by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


1 


2. 134 


by Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


1 


3. 133 


by Jim Halleck (1956-57) 


1 


4. 131 


by Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 



FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED BY CLASS 



Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
Keith Booth (1992-93) 
Buck WiUiams (1978-79) 
Greg Mannmg (1977-78) 
Brad Davis (1974-75) 
Steve Hood (1986-87) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Brian Williams (1987-88) 
Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
John Johnson (1985-86) 
Len Bias (1982-83) 
Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Jeff Adkins (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 BiUStasluatis (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 AlBunge (1957-58) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-54) 



by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by Len Bias (1984-85) 
by Buck Williams (1980-81) 
by Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
by Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Albert Kmg (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 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 AlBunge (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) 



by Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
by Len Bias (1982-86) 
by Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
by Keith Booth (1994-Present) 
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) 



FRESHMAN 


1. 


229 


2, 


149 


4. 


109 


5. 


108 


6. 


100 


7. 


95 


8. 


82 


9, 


76 


10, 


74 


11. 


72 


12, 


67 


13. 


66 


15. 


64 


SOPHOMORE 


1. 


282 


2. 


241 


3. 


174 


4. 


171 


5. 


165 


6 


164 


8. 


146 


9. 


134 


10 


131 


11. 


130 


12. 


128 


13. 


127 


14. 


126 


15. 


120 


JUNIOR 


1. 


214 


2. 


197 


3. 


182 


4. 


177 


5. 


171 


6. 


167 


7. 


151 


9. 


145 


11. 


138 


12. 


131 


13. 


127 


14. 


126 


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 CAREi 


1. 


607 


2. 


591 


3. 


587 


4. 


527 


5. 


512 


6. 


511 


7. 


504 


8. 


487 


9. 


476 



110 



Individual Records 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



byAlbert King (1977-81) 
by Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 
by Buck Williams (1978-81) 
by AlBunge (1957-60) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 
by JunO'Bnen (1970-73) 

TOP 15 FREE 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 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

by Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

by Len Bias (1984-86) 

by Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

by Bob Everett (1954-55) 

by Buck WiUiams (1980-81) 

by Dernck Lewis (1986-87) 

by Jim HaUeck (1956-57) 

by Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

THREE POINT SHOTS MADE LEADERS BY CLASS 

Note - Years and games played credited to each player m 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 Exiee Hipp (1992-93) 
by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 
by Laion Profit (1995-96) 
by Keith Booth (1993-94) 
by Nick Bosmc (1993-94) 
by Duane Sunpkms (1992-93) 
by Walt Wilhams (1988-89) 
by Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
by Mario Lucas (1992-93) 



10. 


431 


11. 


420 


12. 


419 


13. 


389 


14. 


333 


15 


375 


TOP 15 n 


1 


282 


2. 


263 


3. 


242 


4. 


241 


5. 


231 


6, 


229 


7. 


214 


8. 


201 


9. 


197 


10. 


191 


11. 


182 


13. 


177 


14. 


174 


15. 


172 



FRESHMAN 


1. 


59 


2. 


36 


3. 


35 


4. 


20 


5. 


14 


6. 


12 


7. 


11 


8. 


8 


9. 


7 


11. 


5 


12. 


4 


13. 


3 


SOPHOMORE 


1 


40 


2. 


38 


3. 


32 


4. 


31 


5. 


30 


6. 


26 


7. 


23 


8 


20 


9. 


20 


10. 


10 


11. 


9 


12. 


8 


13. 


3 


JUNIOR 


1. 


64 


2. 


48 


3. 


45 


4 


40 


5. 


28 


6. 


22 


6, 


22 


8. 


13 


9 


12 


10. 


3 


11. 


7 


11. 


5 


12. 


4 


13. 


2 


14. 


2 


SENIOR 


1 


89 


2. 


56 


3. 


48 


4. 


45 


5. 


42 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
by Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Walt Wilhams (1989-90) 
by Steve Hood (1987-88) 
by Ivan Powfell (1986-87) 
by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-96) 
by John Johnson (1986-87) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 
by Greg Nared (1986-87) 



by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkms (1994-95) 
by Walt Wilhams (1990-91) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Mano Lucas (1994-95) 
by Kevm McLmton (1991-92) 
by Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 
by Matthew Dowmng (1990-91) 
by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by John Johnson (1987-88) 
by Wayne Bnstol (1993-94) 
by Garfield Smith (1990-91) 
byDonnyJudd( 1993-94) 



by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Keith Gathn (1987-88) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Duane Simpkms (1995-96) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 




Dave Dickerson, a current Terps assistant 
coach, is among the all-time leaders in three 
point shots made and attempted. 

6. 34 by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 

by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Wayne Bnstol (1994-95) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-38) 
by Mike Anderson (1939-90) 
by Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
by Matthew Downmg (1991-92) 
by Kevm McLmton (1992-93) 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

by Walt Wilhams (1988-92) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

by Duane Simpkms (1993-1996) 

by Johnny Rhodes (1992-1996) 

by Exree Hipp (1993-Present) 

by Mano Lucas (1993-Present) 

by Steve Hood (1986-88) 

by John Johnson (1985-89) 

by Keith Gathn (1984-86. 1987-88) 

TOP W THREE POINT SHOTS MADE SEASONS 

by Walt Williams (1991-92) 
by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Keith Gathn (1987-88) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Duane Simpkms (1995-96) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Duane Simpkms (1993-94) 
by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 
by Steve Hood (1986-87) 
by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 

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. 



by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

by Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 

by Laron Profit (1995-96) 

by Keith Booth (1993-94) 

by Duane Sunpkms (1992-93) 

by Walt Williams (198-89) 

by Wayne Bnstol (1991-92) 

by Nick Bosmc (1993-94) 

by Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 

111 



8. 


29 


9. 


18 


10- 


15 


11. 


13 


12. 


12 


13. 


12 


14. 


6 


CAREER 


1. 


186 


2. 


154 


3. 


132 


4. 


130 


5. 


144 


6. 


84 


7. 


62 


8. 


61 


9. 


59 


10. 


56 


TOP w n 


1. 


89 


2 


64 


3. 


59 


4. 


56 


5. 


48 


7 


45 


9 


42 


10. 


40 


12 


38 


13. 


36 


14. 


35 


15. 


34 



FRESHMAN 


1. 


173 


2. 


80 


4. 


63 


5. 


37 


6 


33 


7. 


27 




27 




27 


10 


19 


11. 


17 


12. 


16 



SOPHOMORE 


1 


129 


2. 


94 


3. 


88 


4. 


72 


5 


68 


6. 


67 


7 


56 


8 


53 


9. 


44 


10 


24 


11 


23 


12. 


21 


13. 


20 


JUNIOR 


1 


164 


2, 


122 


3. 


120 


4. 


105 


5. 


95 


6. 


69 


7. 


57 


8. 


47 


9. 


34 


10. 


30 


11. 


22 


12. 


16 


13 


10 


14. 


7 


15 


5 


SENIOR 


1. 


240 


2. 


156 


3 


135 


4. 


113 


5. 


100 


6. 


99 


8. 


95 


9. 


60 


10 


57 


11 


52 


12 


35 


13. 


33 


14. 


28 


15. 


28 


CAREER 


1 


557 


2. 


429 


3. 


320 


4. 


316 


5. 


286 


6. 


171 


7. 


156 


8- 


148 


9. 


113 


10. 


84 


11. 


83 


12. 


81 


13 


80 


TOP THREE P 


1. 


240 


2. 


173 


3. 


164 


4. 


156 


5. 


136 


6. 


129 


7. 


122 


8 


120 


9. 


113 


10. 


105 


11. 


100 


12. 


99 



14. 95 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
by Duane Simpkms (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 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-96) 
by Rodney EUiott (1995-96) 
by Keith Booth (1994-95) 
by Joe Smith (1994-95) 
by Wayne Bnstol (1992-93) 
by Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 



by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Duane Sunpkms (1994-95) 
by Walt Wilhams (1990-91) 
by Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
by Mario Lucas (1994-95) 
by Kevm McLmton (1991-92) 
by Keith Booth (1995-96) 
by Matt Dovramg (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 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
by Keith Gathn (1987-88) 
by Duane Sunpkms (1995-96) 
by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 
by Exree Hipp (1995-96) 
by Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
By Wayne Bnstol (1994-95) 
by Matt Dowmng (1991-92) 
by Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
by Kevm McLmton (1992-93) 
by Garfield Smith (1991-92) 



by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

by Walt Wilhams (1988-92) 

by Duane Sunpkms (1995-96) 

by Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

by Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 

by Matt Roe (1990-91) 

by Steve Hood (1986-87) 

by Keith Gatlm (1983-86. 1987-38) 

by Keith Booth (1994-Present) 

by Kevin McLmton (1989-93) 

by Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-Present) 

by Dave Dickerson (1985-89) 



by Walt Wilhams (1991-92) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
by Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
by Matt Roe (1990-91) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
by Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
by Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
by Keith Gathn (1987-88) 
by Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
by Duane Simpkins 91995-96) 
by Mano Lucas (1995-96) 
by Greg Nared (1988-89) 
by Walt Wilhams (1990-91) 
by John Johnson (1988-89) 



MARYUINDBASKETBALL 



Team Records 



Single Game Scoring 

(Maryland) 

1. 138 (138-72) vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 

2. 130 (130-106) vs. East Caiolina (12-7-77) 

3. 128 (128-103) vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 

T4. 127 (127-84) vs. East Caiolina (11-29-75) 

(127-82) vs. Brown (12-1-72) 

6. 124 (124-110) vs. N.C, State (12-20-78) 

7. 122 (122-82) vs. Boston University (12-8-75) 

8. 120 (120-73) vs. Towson State (12-12-94) 

9. 118 (118-55) vs. Delaware State (1-17-96) 
TIO. 117 (117-96) vs. George Washington (12-4-71) 

(117-51) vs. UMES (2-27-87) 

T12. 115 (115-83) vs. Georgetovra (12-11-73) 

(115-76) vs. Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 

(115-60) vs UMES (11-26-91) 

Single Game Scoring 

(Opponent) 

Tl. 114 (91-114) 



(111-114) 

(124-110) 

(109-108) 

(87-107) 

(130-106) 

(85-105) 

(73-105) 

(70-105) 

Single Game 



3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
T7. 



110 
108 
107 
106 
105 



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



236 
234 
231 
225 
217 
213 



(130-106) 
(124-110) 
(128-103) 
(111-114) 
(109-108) 
(117-96) 



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 (2-1-69) 
by East Carohna (12-7-77) 
by Florida State (1-13-93) 
by North Carolina (2-9-91) 
by North Carolina (1-30-71) 

Combined Scoring 

vs East Carolina (12-7-77) 
vs. N.C. State (12-20-78) 
vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 
vs. Duke (2-10-90) 
vs. N.C State (3-1-78) 
vs. G- Washington (12-4-71) 



Points Scored in a Season 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



2.946 
2,747 
2,613 
2,607 
2,602 
2,481 
2,469 
2,444 
2,440 
2,400 



1994-95 
1989-90 
1972-73 
1974-75 
1984-85 
1979-80 
1975-76 
1971-72 
1995-96 
1973-74 



Season Scoring Average 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



),9 
88.2 
87.1 
86.7 
85.7 
83.2 
82.1 
81.3 
81.0 
80.2 



1974-75 
1975-76 
1972-73 
1994-95 
1973-74 
1989-90 
1977-78 
1995-96 
1991-92 
1990-91 



Season Rebounding Average 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4 
5- 
6. 
7. 
T8. 

10. 



48 9 
48.3 
45.4 
45.1 
44.7 
44.4 
44.3 
44-0 

435 



1973-74 
1955-56 
1972-73 
1968-68 
1964-65 
1970-71 
1965-66 
1967-68 
1960-61 
1974-75 



Rebounds 
Game 

1. 74 vs. Penn State (12-2-64) 

2. 67 vs. East CaroUna (12-7-77) 

3. 65 vs. BuckneU (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 Umversity (12-8-75) 

Field Goals Made 

Season 

1. 2,094 1972-73 

2. 1,049 1974-75 

3. 1,038 1984-85 

4. 1,035 1994-95 

5. 1.012 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 

1. 2,094 

2. 2,080 

3. 2,073 

4. 2,065 

5. 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 



1. 41 

2. 40 
T3. 35 

T5. 34 



Free Throws Made 

Game 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. North Carolina (3-8-58) 
vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
vs. North Carolma (1-10-90) 
vs. James Madison (1-23-87) 
vs. Lafayette (11-29-81) 
vs. West Virgmia (12-7-91) 

Free Throws Made 

Season 

1. 697 1994-95 

2. 633 1989-90 

3. 590 1957-58 

4. 586 1971-72 

5. 535 1995-96 

Free Throws Attempted 
Game 

vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
vs. North Carohna (1-3-53) 
vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
vs. BuckneU (12-22-76) 
vs. North Carohna (1-10-90) 
vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 



1. 


87 


2. 


57 


3. 


52 


4. 


47 


T5. 


46 



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 Carohna (2-7-95) 


5. 


.932 


(28-31) vs. North CaroUna (1-27-73) 


Free Throw Percentage 


Season 




1. 


.758 1975-76 


2. 


.757 1974-75 


3. 


.751 1981-92 


4. 


,747 1959-60 


T5. 


.746 1971-72 




1973-74 


Assists 




Game 




1. 


36 vs 


Brovm (11-29-72) 


2. 


35 vs 


Brown (12-1-71) 


3. 


34 vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 


4. 


32 vs 


Buffalo (2-1 1-73) 


T5, 


31 vs 


Towson State (12-23-93) 




vs 


Long Island (1-23-73) 




vs 


Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 


Assists 




Season 




1 


641 


1994-95 


2. 


583 


1989-90 


3. 


575 


1984-85 


4. 


558 


1979-80 


5 


557 


1972-73 


Steals 




Game 




Tl, 


17 vs 


Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-28-95) 




vs 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 




vs 


Mt. St. Mary's (11-23-91) 


T4. 


16 vs 


Missoun (2-18-96) 




vs 


Wake Forest (2-15-96) 




vs 


Howard (12-6-95) 




vs 


Clemson (2-6-91) 




vs 


Cathohc (12-15-79) 




vs 


Rider (12-23-91) 


TIO 


15 vs 


Virgima (3-2-96) 




vs 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 




vs 


Miami (OH) (12-25-79) 




vs 


Temple (12-29-79) 




vs 


American (11-30-91) 


Steals 




Season 




1. 


329 


1995-96 


2. 


303 


1993-94 


3. 


302 


1994-95 


4. 


258 


1992-93 


5 


242 


1991-92 


Blocks 




Game 




Tl 


17 VS 


UMES (2-27-87) 




vs 


Georgia Tech (12-10-75) 


3. 


16 vs 


UMES (12-1-88) 


4 


14 vs 


James Madison (1-28-87) 


T5 


13 vs 


Virgima (2-1-95) 




vs 


Tennessee (11-28-84) 


Blocks 




Season 




1 


185 


1990-91 


2. 


181 


1984-85 


3. 


176 


1993-94 


4. 


168 


1994-95 


5. 


162 


1989-90 



112 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Miscellaneous Records 



Individual Records 

Game 

Field Goals Made: 

18 by Ernest Graham vs. N.C. State (12- 

20-78) 
Field Goals Attempted: 

34 by Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee 

(2-12-53) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 

10 by Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fl) (12-29- 

70) 

10 by Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Free Throws Made: 

17 by Tom McMiUen 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 Wilhams vs. Clemson (2-22- 

92) 

Season 

Field Goals Made: 

275 by Albert King (1979-80) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 

15 by Greg Manning (over two games 

during the 1980-81 

season: 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 Simpkms (1993-94) 

32 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

Career 

Games Played: 

131 by Len Bias (1982-86) 
Consecutive Games Played: 

122 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Games Started: 

120 by Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Field Goals Made: 

862 by Albert Kmg (1977-81) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 

15 by Greg Mannmg (1978-81) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

32 by Duane Simpkms (1993-94) 

32 by Len Bias (1982-86) 

32 by Bob O'Brien (1954-57) 

Miscellaneous Opponents 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. Penn State (12-2-64) 
Field Goals: 

55 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 

55 vs. Canisus (12-23-78) 
Fewest Field Goals: 

6 vs. Seton Hall (12-30-41) 
Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 

18 vs. South Carolina (1-9-71) 
3-Pt Field Goals: 

11 vs. American (12-30-94) 

11 vs. American (12-23-95) 

11 at Georgia Tech (1-3-96) 
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted: 

30 at Florida State (2-10-96) 
Free Throws: 

41 vs. Morgan State (12-23-94) 
Fewest Free Throws: 

vs. Wake Forest (2-28-73) 
Fewest Free Throw Attempts: 

1 vs. Several Opponents (last time, vs. 
Georgia Tech 2-6-93) 

Fouls: 

44 vs. Wilham & Mary (2-52) 
Fewest Fouls: 

7 vs. Buffalo (1-25-72) 
Field Goal Percentage: 

.833 (15-18) vs. South Carolina (1-9-71) 
Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 
attempts): 
.966 (28-29) vs. Duke (2-7-76) 




Albert King made a school record 15 
consecutive free throws versus Boston 
University during the 1979 season. 




Walt Williams scored a school record seven 
three point field goals on a school record 22 
attempts versus Clemson during the 1991-92 
season. 




Bob O'Brien hit 32 consecutive free ttirows 
during his career and is one of three players in 
the history of the program to accomplish that 
feat. 

Season Highlights 

Total Attendance: 

437,268 m 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) 



113 



Margin of Victory 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Largest Margins of Victory 

Margin Opponent Score 

-^66 Morgan State (12-23-94) 138-72 

-^64 Maryland Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 113-49 

■1-63 Delaware State (1-17-96) 118-55 

+eO Colgate (12-8-94) 113-53 

+B7 DePauw (12-3-75) 99-42 

-^57 Depauw (12-12-74) 99-42 

+b5 Maryland Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 115-60 

-^53 Towson State (2-21-85) 91-38 

+51 UMBO (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 CaroUna (3-1-58) 99-59 

+40 Clemson (1-6-53) 81-41 

Largest Margins of Defeat 

Margin Opponent Score 

•63 Bainbridge Navy (1944-45) 85-22 

-57 Miami (Fla.) (1968-69) 92-35 

-53 Army (1943-44) 78-25 

-44 Seton Hall (1941-42) 59-15 

-40 North Carohna (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 




Jo Jo Hunter was among Maryland's leading 
scorers during his career as the Terps scored 
100 points or more in three different games 
during his career. 



100-Point 


104-80 Duke 
103-85 NC State 


Opponents' 100 


1987-88 (1) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech 


Games 


105-67 Georgia Tech 


Point Games 






113-49 DePauw 




1978-79 (3) 


Total 100 Point Games. 77 


106-81 Richmond 


Total 100PomtGames:30 


79-102 vs. North Carolma 


Most m a Season: 8 (1973-74) 




Most m a Season: 5 (1990-91) 


90-101 Camsus 


Most Consecutive 100 Point 


1973-74 (8) 


Most Consecutive 100 Pomt 


124-110 N, estate 


Games: 3 (1994-95) 


100-103 N C State 


Games 2 (1978-79) 




Last 100 Point Game: 


105-85 North Carolma 


Last 100 Pomt Game: 


1977-78 (3) 


January 17, 1996 


110-75 Vugmia 


February 10, 1996 


109-108 N estate (3 OT) 




104083 Duke 




90-101 at George 


Score Opponent 


112-73 Fordham 


Score Opponent 


Washmgton 


1995-96 (3) 


102-75 Holy Cross 


1995-96 (1) 


130-106 East Carolina 


104-79 American 


115-83 Georgetown 


78-100 at Florida State 




104-66 Maryland-Eastern 


106-57 Eastern Kentucky 




1973-74 (1) 


Shore 




1994-95 (2) 


100-103 N estate 


118-55 Delaware State 


1972-73 (4) 


90-100 at North Carolma 






100-73 Long Island 


91-100 at Georgia Tech 


1972-73(1) 


1994-95 (5) 


105-76 Wake Forest 




89-103 vs Providence 


102-64 Bucknell 


107-80 Canisus 


1993-94 (2) 




102-77 UMBO 


127-82 Brown 


90100 at North Carohna 


1970-71 (2) 


113-53 Colgate 




91-100 at Georgia Tech 


76-100 North Carolma 


120-73 Towson State 


1971-72 (5) 




70-105 at North Carolina 


138-72 Morgan State 


100-69 Niagara 


1992-93 (3) 






103-67 Western Kentucky 


73-101 at North Carolma 


1969-70 (2) 


1993-94 (2) 


102-79 aHoly Cross 


85-105 at Flonda State 


68-101 South Carolina 


109-71 Towson State 


118-96 George 


66-102 vs North Carolma 


87-107 at North Carolina 


102-70 N C, State 


Washington 








100-83 Brown 


1990-91 (5) 


1968-69 (1) 


1992-93 (3) 




85-100 vs Boston College 


87-107 at North Carolma 


103-80 Md -Baltimore Cty 


1970-71 (2) 


73-105 at North Carolma 




103-63 Morgan State 


111-77 Miami (FL) 


104-100 N estate 


1963-64 (1) 


109-69 Howard 


109-70 Buffalo 


81-101 at Duke 
91-114 at N estate 


72-104 Duke 


1991-92 (2) 


1969-70 (1) 






115-60 Md -Eastern Shore 


103-85 Clemson 


1989-90 (2) 




101-91 WestVugmia 




111-114 Duke(OT) 






1965-66 (2) 


84-104 at Duke 




1990-91 (1) 


107-92 WestVugmia 






104-100 N estate 


107-81 George 

Washmgton 






1989-90 (5) 








105-74 Augusta CoOege 


1959-60 (1) 






104-86 George Mason 


103-80 Yale 






110-91 Alcorn State 








111-114 Duke (OT) 




^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


113-61 Md -Baltimore Cty 




^^^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^B 


1987-88 (1) 




^I^^^^I^^^BI 


^^^^^^^^^^H 


117-51 Md -Eastern Shore 




^^^^^^^^^^s 


^^^^^^^^^H 


1986-87 (1) 




Hfe^^^k^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H 


117-51 Md -Eastern Shore 




^^^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H 


1983-84 (3) 




i^^^^^l^^^l 


^^^^^^^^^H 


102-77 WestVugmia 




^^^^^H^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


104-69 Md -Eastern Shore 




■^^^^^^I^^^I^^IHI 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


108-65 Johns Hopkms 




^^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^H 


1982-83 (2) 




^H^ ~ v^^B^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^H 


101-90 at Duke 




^^^^~ ^^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


106-94 North Carolma 




^^Bt; 1 ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^1 


1980-81 (2) 




^^^B ^b^^^fti^H 1 


^^^^^^^H 


114-89 Marshall 




^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


109-83 Farleigh Dickenson 




^^^^^^^^H 


1979-80 (3) 




w^m ^^BiW 1 


^^^^^H 


101-82 Duke 




^^V ^K^^^BfiUA ' 


115-76 Miami (OH) 


R^Hgl^^^^; . 


^^^^P^^IL 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


113-79 Cathohc 




Kt^^^^^^^m'^^^r^ -^^^BH 


^^^^^^^^^^H 


1977-78 (2) 




'^^^^1 ' .J^l 


^^^^^^^^^H 


109-108 vs. NO. State 




^^H ^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


(3 0T) 




'^^B ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


130-106 East Carolma 




^^^^1 


^^^^^^^^^^H 


1976-77 (1) 




Hik:^^ 


^^^^l^^^l 


106-72 BuckneU 




'^Hn 1 


^^^^Sn^^^l 


1975-76 (7) 


5^^^^^^ 


-^.---^■^^He m 


^^■^g^g^^H 


105-91 Wake Forest 


—— ^ ^ — 


'^^^^^^^^^B 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


102-91 Duke 




'^^^^^^^^ 1 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


102-84 N C State 




' 


~^^^^^^^M 


111-88 Long Island 






3^^^^^H 


104-69 Seton Hall 






^^^^!^^^^B 


122-82 Boston University 






^^R 


127-84 East Carolina 
1974-75 (7) 






'": 








104-87 East Tennessee 
103-82 at Duquesne 


Ted Marshall was the starting center on Maryland's 1959-60 team which 

T/i/ac tho firct in Qnhnni hictnrv tn vnnrfy 100 nnintQ in a namt^ 



114 



Season Leaders 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



SCORING 




^^^^H 


^^^^^^HR^I 


^^^^^^H 


FIELD C 


JOAL PERCENTAGi 


E 


Year 


Leader 

Lee Brawley 
Not available 


Pts.-Avg. 

404-15.0 


^^M 


I^^^H^^ . *^* 


!s^f^^l 


(150 attempts minimum) 
Year Leader 

1950-51 Dick Koffenberger 




1950-51 


^^^^^^^^^^K "■■ t-'-jj-A. 


■B^H 


FGPct 


1951-52 


^^IH 


IHI^n"--" JH 


.480 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508-22.1 


^^^^^1 


^^^3BI ~ j^M 


■^^^^^^1 


1951-52 


not available 




1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654-21.8 


^^^^H 


Hl^^i - ^^ 


^^^^^^H 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.469 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487-20.3 


^^^^H 


■ 


^^^^^^H 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.506 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490-20.4 


^^^^^1 


1 


^^^^^^fl 


1954-55 


not available 




1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-13.2 


^^^^H 


1 \^ 


^^^^^H 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


^^^^H 


1 *^^%J 


^^^^^H 


1956-57 


John Nacincik 


.470 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


^^^^H 


^^^^^1 


1957-58 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383-16.6 


^^^^H 


^^^^^1 


1958-59 


Charles McNeU 


.443 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-13.4 


^^^^^1 


I ' ^ ^ 


^^^^^H 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-15.2 


^^^^H 


Bw. 


N^^^^^l 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.453 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-17.4 


^^^^H 


1 — ^ 


' '-^^^^^1 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.437 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-13.0 


^^^^^M 


j^^^^^H 


1962-63 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512-19.7 


^^^^^M 


1%: ^uHtlk 


^^^^^H 


1963-64 


Jackie Clark 


.480 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430-17.2 


^^^^H 


.^^^^^H 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392-16.3 


^^^^^1 


^KT'^^vI^^h 


^^^^^^H 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360-15.0 


^^^^^1 


K ^^^^^^fl 


iii^^^^^H 


1966-67 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605-23.3 


^^^^H 


H ^K 


^^^^^^H 


1967-68 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 
Howard White 


428-16.5 
389-15.6 


^^H^l 


"P^^ 


1968-69 
1969-70 


Rod Horst 
Rod Horst 


.480 


1970-71 


\ 


•- '''^^iB 


.532 




Jim O'Brien 
Tom McMiUen 


342-16.3 
667-20.8 


^ 


_^^ 


1970-71 
1971-72 


Charlie Blank 
Tom McMillen 


.473 


1971-72 


Ernest Graham led Maryland in 


scoring during 


.549 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-21.2 


the 1978-79 season. 




1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 








1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469-19-5 


REBOUNDING 




1974-75 


Tom Roy 


.606 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557-19.9 


Year 


Player 


Rbs.-Avg. 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


..553 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338-13.0 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-14.0 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 




Steve Sheppard 


309-16.2 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


195-7.5 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


.580 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265-9.1 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241-10.5 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.643 


1979-80 


Albert Kmg 


674-21.7 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289-12.6 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


.647 


1980-81 


Albert Kmg 


559-18.0 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-10.7 


1981-82 


Charles Pitman 


.611 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-15.2 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235-9.4 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541-18.7 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184-8.8 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491-15.3 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185-7.1 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


.530 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701-18.9 




Gary Ward 


103-7.4 


1985-86 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743-23.2 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271-10.4 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510-19.6 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241-9.6 


1987-88 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466-15.0 


1966-67 


Jay McMiUen 


195-8.1 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1967-68 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609-18.5 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318-12.2 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


1990-91 


Mat Roe 


498-17.8 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258-9.9 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


.516 




Walt WiUiams 


318-18.7 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224-8.6 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


.506 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776-26.8 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351-11.0 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518-18.5 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290-11.2 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582-19.4 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1995-96 


Jolmny Rhodes 


.478 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708-20.8 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 








1995-96 


Jolmny Rhodes 


502-16.7 


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 
1995-96 


Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Buck Wmiams 
Buck Williams 
Buck Williams 
Herman Veal 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Massenburg 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Evers Burns 
Evers Burns 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Keith Booth 


249-8.9 

157-9.8 

228-8.4 

253-9.0 

323-10.8 

242-10.1 

363-11.7 

213-7.3 

242-8.1 

269-8.4 

251-6.8 

224-7.0 

248-9.5 

237-7.6 

226-7.8 

314-10.1 

233-8.3 

206-7.1 

249-8.9 

321-10.7 

362-10.7 

233-7.8 









115 



Season Leaders 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 




ASSISTS 




Year 


Leader 


FT .Pet 


Year 


Leader 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


1951-52 


not available 


— 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1971-72 


Howard White 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


1954-55 


not available 




1973-74 


John Lucas 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1976-77 


Bead Davis 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1977-78 


Greg Marming 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1978-79 


Dutch Motley 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1979-80 


Ernest Graham 


1961-62 


Bruce KeUeher 


.816 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1981-82 


Dutch Modey 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlm 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1884-85 


Keith Gatlm 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlin 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.817 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


,844 




Walt Williams 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


1991-92 


Kevm McLmton 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


1992-93 


Kevin McLmton 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.828 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


1978-79 


Greg Mannmg 


.857 






1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 






1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 


Greg Manning 
Herman Veal 
Herman Veal 


,821 
.780 
.762 






^^H 




1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


^^^^H 




1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


^^^^H 




1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


^^^^H 




1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


^^^^H 




1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


.770 


^^HH 


^^^A^ 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


RHH^^ 


^^^^'^ 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


:s^-:L-;-v:i:. 


l^m'- 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


■B^ 




1991-92 


Kevin McLmton 


.781 


^B 


■ ^S^^^ '"*■ 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


.822 


^H- 


w ^ 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


.784 


H» 


- .^ 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


^^ 


'tgv 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


.845 


^ 


V 



Ast.-Avg. 

135-5.2 
70-3.3 
93-2.9 
178-5.9 
159-5.7 
134-4.6 
165-5.9 
132-4.9 
74-2.6 
128-4.3 
136-4.4 
120-3.9 
128-4.3 
121-4.0 
148-4.6 
221-6.0 
204-6.4 
111-4.3 
172-5.5 
135-4.8 
149-4.5 
123-4.4 
91-5.4 
154-5.3 
154-5.3 
136-4.5 
162-4.8 
118-4.4 



Howard White led Maryland in assists during 
the 1971-72 season. 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Year Leader 

1976-77 Larry Gibson 

1977-78 Larry Gibson 

1978-79 Larry Gibson 

1979-80 Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 Buck Williams 

1981-82 Charles Pittman 

1982-83 Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 

1984-85 Derrick Lewis 

1985-86 Derrick Lewis 

1986-87 Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 Cedric Lewis 

1989-90 Cednc Lewis 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 Chris Kerwin 

1992-93 Chris Kerwin 

1993-94 Joe Smith 

1994-95 Joe Smith 

1995-96 Keith Booth 
•second best m the nation that season 
#ACC record 



STEALS 

Year 

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 
1995-96 



Leader 

Steve Sheppard 
Jo Jo Hunter 
Dutch Motley 
Dutch Morley 
Ernest Graham 
Dutch Morley 
Jeff Adkms 
Adrian Branch 
Adrian Branch 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Greg Nared 
Walt Williams 
Cedric Lewis 
Walt Williams 
Johnny Rhodes 
Johhny Rhodes 
Johnny Rhodes 
Johnny Rhodes 



Blk. Avg. 

67-2.5 
57-2.0 
58-1.9 
35-1.1 
29-0.9 
31-1.3 
33-1.1 
42-1.3 
99-2.7 
71-2.2 

*114-4.4 
55-1.8 
36-1.3 
49-1.5 

#143-5.1 
31-1.1 
30-1.1 
93-3.1 
97-2.9 
23-0.8 



Stl.-Avg. 

27-1.4 
26-1.0 
43-1.4 
64-2.1 
42-1.4 
33-1.1 
23-0.8 
29-1.0 
45-1.2 
37-1.1 
38-1.5 
45-1.5 
46-1.6 
67-1.7 
42-1.5 
60-2.1 
71-2.5 
78-2.3 
85-2.5 
110-3.7 



116 



MARYLANDBASKET6ALL 



Maryland Year-by-Yeai Statistics 





/TOTAL/ 




/-3 FT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


■PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


27 


481-1210 


,398 


— 


— 


450-663 


.679 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1412-52.3 


23 


487-1285 


.379 





— 


432-698 


.617 


— 


— 


— 


— 











1406-61.1 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


— 


— 


532-787 


.648 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1959-65.3 


24 


563-1417 


.398 


— 


— 


447-682 


.657 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1178-49.0 


1573-65.5 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


— 


— 


500-744 


.672 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1158-48.3 


1600-66.7 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


— 


— 


486-679 


.716 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 


29 


706-1698 


.416 


— 


— 


590-858 


.688 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 


23 


502-1262 


.398 


— 


— 


361-545 


.655 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 


23 


548-1310 


.418 


— 


— 


399-534 


.747 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 


26 


628-1482 


.424 


— 


— 


491-659 


.745 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1143-44.0 


1747-67.2 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


— 


— 


474-644 


.736 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1082-43.3 


1748-69.9 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


— 


— 


337-496 


.679 


— 


— 


— 


332- 


— 


— 


888-42.3 


1349-64.2 


26 


714-1634 


.437 


— 


— 


397-572 


.694 


— 


— 


— 


512-16 


— 


— 


1058-40.7 


1825-70.2 


26 


726-1596 


.455 


— 


— 


457-634 


.720 


— 


— 


— 


435-15 


— 


— 


1162-44.7 


1909-73.4 


25 


705-1535 


.459 


— 


— 


381-560 


.680 


— 


— 


— 


449-18 


— 


— 


1107-44.3 


1791-71.6 


25 


637-1448 


.439 


— 


— 


350-479 


.730 


— 


— 


— 


378-5 


— 


— 


884-35.3 


1624-64.9 


24 


653-1678 


.389 


— 


— 


346-519 


.667 


— 


— 


— 


457-21 


— 


— 


1058-44.0 


1652-68.8 


26 


782-1842 


.425 


— 


— 


485-657 


.738 


— 


— 


— 


487-15 


— 


— 


1068-45.1 


2049-78.8 


26 


781-1709 


.457 


— 


— 


417-586 


.712 


337 


— 


— 


458-17 


— 


— 


1174-45.1 


1979-76.1 


26 


735-1650 


.448 


— 


— 


480-715 


.671 


302 


— 


— 


442-13 


— 


— 


1106-42.5 


1950-75.0 


32 


929-1877 


.495 


— 


— 


586-786 


.746 


443 


— 


— 


490-10 


— 


— 


1154-44.4 


2444-76.4 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 


— 


— 


435-606 


.718 


557 


— 


— 


547-17 


— 


— 


1361-43.4 


2613-87.1 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 


— 


— 


376-504 


.746 


450 


— 


— 


492-10 


— 


— 


1368-45.4 


2400-85.7 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 


— 


— 


509-672 


.757 


413 


— 


— 


535-18 


— 


— 


1261-48.9 


2607-89.9 


28 


996-1854 


.537 


— 


— 


477-629 


.758 


397 


— 


— 


562-20 


— 


— 


1126-43.5 


2469-88.2 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


— 


— 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


— 


— 


1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


28 


935-1829 


.509 


— 


— 


433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


— 


— 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


27 


954-1897 


.503 


— 


— 


430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


— 


— 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


30 


985-1789 


.551 


— 


— 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


— 


— 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


31 


943-1774 


.532 


— 


— 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


— 


— 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


— 


— 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


— 


— 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


30 


820-1672 


.490 


— 


— 


496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


— 


— 


1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 


32 


941-1745 


.539 


— 


— 


509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 


— 


— 


1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 


— 


— 


526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


— 


— 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


33 


911-1786 


.510 


— 


— 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


— 


— 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


26 


674-1344 


.502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529—15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


3734 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 


29 


848-1880 


.451 


128-294 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 


29 


813-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


22235-79.8 


30 


868-1901 


.457 


141-401 


.352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 



117 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Opponents Year-by-Year Statistics 







/-TOTAL-/ 




/— 3PT 


— / 














OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


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 


1995-96 


30 


780-1730 


.451 


195-537 


.363 


533-731 


.729 


429 


155 


195 


594-21 


321 


693 


1114-37.1 


2288-76.3 



118 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Becofd vs. All Opponents 



vs. Air Force 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1977-78 74-73 H W 
1978-89 81-68 A W 
vs. Alabama 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1924-25 27-21 N-sct W 
1984-86 59-54 A W 
1985-86 60-58 H W 
vs. Alaska 
Mary/and leads, 1-0 
1984-85 54-52A-shootW 
vs. American 
Maryland leads, 8-1 
1926-27 16-21 A L 
1977-78 78-65N-cap W 
1980-81 95-65 H W 
1982-83 73-71 H W 
1990-91 72-69 H W 
1991-92 93-68 H W 
1992-93 98-67 H W 
1994-95 98-77 H W 
1995-96 104-79 H 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 54-57N-evans L 
vs. Arizona State 
The series is tied, M 
1953-54 65-50 A W 
1994-95 90-97N-maui L 
vs. Arkansas 
The series is tied, 1-1 
1987-88 88-61 H W 
1988-89 68-73 A L 
vs. Army 

JMaryJand leads, 3-1 
1966-67 57-56 N-ci W 
1969-70 54-69H-mduiv L 
1977-78 99-77 H W 
1989-90 78-60 N-cfc W 
vs. Augusta College 
Maryland Jeads, 1-0 
1989-90 105-74 H W 
vs. Ball State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1976-77 86-70 H W 
vs. Baltimore City 
Maryland leads, 2-1 
1913-14 NA H L 

1935-36 55-33 H W 
1937-38 50-32 A W 
vs. Biscayne College 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1978-79 86-60 H W 
vs. Boston College 
Maryland leads, 3-1 
1957-58 86-63N-ncaalW 
1973-74 58-37H-mdmvW 
1983-84 89-76 H W 
1990-91 85-lOON-accbelL 
vs. Boston University 
Maryland leads, 2-1 
1975-76 122-82 H W 
1989-90 61-65 N-bg L 
1990-91 85-59 H W 
vs. Brown 

Maryland leads, 3-0 
1971-72 100-83 H W 
1972-73 127-82 H W 
1979-80 72-59 H W 
vs. Bucknell 
Maryland leads, 6-0 
1976-77 106-72 H W 
1977-78 96-62 H W 
1978-79 107-97 H W 



1979-80 95-73 H W 

1986-87 77-68 H W 

1994-95 102-64 H W 
vs. Buffalo 
Maryland leads, 4-0 

1969-70 97-77 H W 

1970-71 109-70 H W 

1971-72 82-58 H W 

1972-73 93-64 H W 
vs. California-Irvine 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1990-91 93-79 H W 
vs. California-Los Angeles 
(UCLA) 

UCLA leads, 4-1 

1973-74 64-65 A L 
1974-75 75-81H-mdmvL 

1981-82 57-90 A L 

1982-8380-79 (2 OT) H W 
1995-96 63-73N-wood L 
vs. California-Santa 
Barabra 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1987-88 92-83N-ncaa3W 
vs. CalState Sacramento 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1989-90 98-68N-chamW 
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 77-56 H W 
vs. Catholic 
The series is tied, 1111 

1910-11 35-30 H W 

1913-14 NA A L 

NA H L 

1918-19 7-26 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 95-67N-maui W 
vs. City College of New 
York 

The series is tied, I- 1 

1924-25 22-16 H W 

1941-42 40-57 A L 
vs. Cincinnati 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1954-55 78-61N-aacityW 

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, 67-38 




1938-39 


45-35-H 


W 






27-39 N-srt 


L 


1939-40 


63-26 


H 


W 




30-48 


A 


L 


1940-41 


34-48 


H 


L 


1947-48 


49-42 


H 


W 




63-61 


A 


W 


1948-49 


74-50 


H 


w 




49-68 


A 


L 


1949-50 


56-60 


H 


L 




68-70 


A 


L 


1950-51 


44-50 


A 


L 




54-50 


H 


W 




50-48 N-sct 


W 


1953-54 


81-41 


A 


w 




79-64 


H 


w 




79-69N-acc3 


w 


1954-55 


71-63 


A 


w 




68-66 


H 


w 


1955-56 


71-63 


A 


w 




81-69 


H 


w 


1956-57 


59-52 


A 


w 




74-66 


H 


w 


1957-58 


66-73 


A 


L 




72-54 


H 


w 


1958-59 


46-55 


A 


L 




77-58 


H 


W 


1959-60 


70-56 


H 


W 




66-59 


A 


W 


1960-61 


59-76 


A 


L 




82-80 


H 


W 




91-75N-acc3 


W 


1961-62 


61-73 


A 


L 




68-76 


H 


L 


1962-63 


60-62 


A 


L 




69-67 


H 


W 


1963-64 


56-48 


H 


w 




68-83 


A 


L 




67-81N-acc3 


W 


1964-65 


67-66 


A 


W 




88-71 


H 


W 




61-50N-acc3 


W 


1965-66 


66-71 


A 


L 




69-81 


H 


L 


1966-67 


68-48 


H 


W 




61-65 


A 


L 


1967-68 


93-94 


A 


L 




81-68 


H 


W 


1968-69 


83-78 


H 


W 




84-83 


A 


W 


1969-70 


75-68 


A 


W 




103-85 


H 


w 


1970-71 


56-52 


H 


w 




45-51 


A 


L 


1971-72 


61-63 


A 


L 




67-57 


H 


W 




54-52N-acc2 


W 


1972-73 


79-75 


A 


W 




69-66 


H 


W 




77-61N-acc2 


W 


1973-74 


89-60 


H 


W 




66-54 


A 


W 


1974-76 


82-83 


A 


L 




70-64 


H 


W 


1976-76 


77-82 


H 


L 




98-89 


A 


W 


1976-77 


71-93 


A 


L 




84-78 


H 


W 


1977-78 


90-75 


H 


W 




80-75 


A 


W 


1978-79 


77-63 


A 


w 




77-69 


H 


w 




75-67N-acc2 


w 


1979-80 


84-83 


H 


w 




81-90 


A 


L 




91-85Nacc2 


W 



1980-81 68-62 A W 

72-70 H W 

1981-82 62-57 H W 

66-75 A L 

1982-83 80-61 A W 

92-88 H W 

1983-84 85-72 H W 

66-65 A W 

1984-85 94-84 H W 

64-71 H L 

1985-86 78-69 H W 

60-70 A L 

1986-87 79-80 H L 

64-72 A L 

1987-88 68-53 H W 

70-66 A W 

1988-89 68-75 A L 

98-87 H W 

1989-90 77-82 A L 

73-75 H L 

1990-91 84-71 H W 

70-82 A L 

81-75N-accl W 

1991-92 84-71 H W 

70-82 A L 

81-75N-accl W 

1992-93 72-82 A L 

73-81 H L 

1993-94 73-53 H W 

67-73 A L 

1994-95 56-51 A W 

84-68 H W 

1995-96 66-60 H W 

61-68 A L 
vs. Cleveland State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1984-85 95-84 H W 
vs. Columbia 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1924-25 24-23 A W 

1963-64 82-76N-evan W 
vs. Connerticut 
The series is tied, l-I 
1989-90 65-87N-accbe2L 
1994-95 89-99N-ncaal6L 
vs. Coppin State 
Coppin leads, 1-0 

1989-90 63-70 H L 
vs. Cornell 
Maryland leads, 10 

1993-94 92-41 H W 
vs. Creighton 
Maryland leads, I-O 
1974-75 83-79N-ncaa4W 
vs. Davidson 
The series is tied, 1-1 

1966-67 66-65 A-ci W 

1968-69 69-83 A-ci L 
vs. Dayton 
Maryland leads, 2-1 

1966-66 77-75 N-sb W 

1983-84 61-59 H W 

1984-85 63-67 A L 
vs. Delaware 
Maryland leads, 2-1 

1910-11 14-23 A L 

1969-70 94-58 H W 

1970-71 86-73 H W 
vs. Delaware College 
Delaware Coll. leads, 1-0 

1913-14 NA A L 
vs. Delaware State 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1989-90 87-53 H W 

1995-96 118-56 H W 
vs. Depaul 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1976-77 92-74 H W 



vs. DePauw 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1974-75 113-49 H W 

1975-76 99-42 H W 
vs. Duke 

Duke leads, 85-50 

1925-26 41-20 H W 

1929-30 27-28 H L 

24-39 A L 

1930-31 32-24 H W 

1931-32 20-18 A W 

1932-33 30-28 H W 

1933-34 37-33 H W 

1934-35 39-48 H L 

1935-36 38-34 H W 

47-35 N-sct W 

1936-37 31-34 A L 

30-34 A L 

1937-38 40-36 H W 

34-44 A L 

32-35 N-sct L 

1938-39 37-34 H W 

60-44 A W 

1939-40 32-30 H W 

37-48 A L 

32-44 N-sct L 

1940-41 26-40 H L 

17-43 A L 

1941-42 33-37 A L 

46-64 H L 

1942-43 43-46 H L 

1944-45 24-51 A L 

49-76 N-sct L 

1945-46 25-59 A L 

45-38 H W 

1946-47 38-40 H L 

1947-48 42-63 A L 

1949-50 46-58 A L 

67-57 H W 

1950-51 40-49 H L 

1951-52 51-56 A L 

48-61 N L 

1952-63 74-65 N W 

1953-54 61-68 H L 

1954-55 49-47 H W 

61-68 A L 

1955-56 62-76 A L 

70-82 H L 

69-94N-acc3 L 

1966-67 62-51 H W 

60-72 A L 

1967-68 74-49 H W 

59-68 A L 

71-65 (0T)N-acc3 W 

1958-59 64-31 H W 

69-78 A L 

1959-60 56-48 A W 

71-61 H W 

1960-61 62-70 A L 

76-71 H W 

1961-62 68-84 A L 

53-79 H L 

58-71N-acc3 L 

1962-63 56-92 A L 

70-76 H L 

1963-64 72-104 H L 

63-84 A L 

1964-65 64-82 A L 

85-82 H W 

1965-66 61-76 A L 

69-74 H L 

1966-67 69-72 H L 

58-81 A L 

1967-68 52-84 H L 

64-85 A L 

1968-69 85-96 A L 

83-93 H L 

1969-70 62-60 H W 

76-87 A L 



1970-71 


88-79 


A 


W 




67-70 


H 


L 


1971-72 


77-58 


H 


W 




59-68 


A 


L 


1972-73 


81-85 


A 


L 




96-68 


H 


W 


1973-74 


104-83 


H 


W 




64-61 


A 


W 




86-66N-acc2 


W 


1974-75 


83-77 


H 


W 




104-80 


A 


W 


1975-76 


102-91 


H 


W 




67-69 


A 


L 




80-78N-acc6 


W 


1976-77 


65-64 


A 


W 




85-72 


H 


W 


1977-78 


78-88 


H 


L 




70-81 


A 


L 




69-81N-acc2 


L 


1978-79 


78-87 


A 


L 




70-68 


H 


W 


1979-80 


101-82 


H 


W 




61-66 


A 


L 




72-73N-acc2 


L 


1980-81 


94-79 


H 


W 




54-55 


A 


L 




56-53N-acc5 


W 


1981-82 


40-36 


A 


W 




77-60 


H 


W 


1982-83 


67-86 


H 


L 




101-90 


A 


W 


1983-84 


81-75 


A 


W 




84-89 


A 


L 




74-62N-acc2 


W 


1984-85 


78-76 


H 


W 




62-70 


A 


L 




73-86N-acc4 


L 


1985-86 


75-81 


H 


L 




68-80 


A 


L 


1986-87 


61-85 


H 


L 




67-76 


A 


L 


1987-88 


72-69 


A 


W 




83-90 


H 


L 


1988-89 


72-82 


H 


L 




60-86 


A 


L 


1989-90 


80-91 


A 


L 


111-114 (OT) 


H 


L 




84-104N-accl 


L 


1990-91 


78-94 


H 


L 




81-101 


A 


L 


1991-92 


66-83 


H 


L 




89-91 


A 


L 




87-94N-accl 


L 


1992-93 


62-78 


H 


L 




79-95 


A 


L 


1993-94 


62-75 


A 


L 




69-73 


H 


L 


1994-95 


74-72 


H 


W 




94-92 


A 


W 


1995-96 


73-83 


A 


L 




75-77 


H 


L 




82-69N-acc2 


W 


vs. Duquesne 






Maryland leads, 6-0 




1971-72 


85-71 


H 


W 


1972-73 


81-71 


A 


w 


1973-74 


98-72 


H 


w 


1974-75 


103-82 


A 


w 


1982-83 


85-64 


H 


w 


1983-84 


78-67 


A 


w 


vs. East Carolina 






Maryland leads, 6-0 




1975-76 


127-84 


H 


w 


1976-77 


80-69 


H 


w 


1977-78 


130-106 


H 


w 


1978-79 


82-71H 


W 




1979-80 


85-72 


H 


w 


1980-81 


75-59 


H 


w 



119 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Record vs. All Opponents 



vs. Eastern Kentucky 




1948-49 


54-66 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, hO 




1949-50 


51-71 


H 


L 


1973-74 


106-57 


H 


W 


1950-51 


47-67 


A 


L 


vs. East Tennessee State 


1951-52 


56-57 


H 


L 


Maryland leads. 2-0 




1952-53 


62-63 


A 


L 


1974-75 


105-87 


H 


W 




66-53 


h 


W 


1989-90 


91-86N-cliamW 


1953-54 


68-61 


H 


W 


vs. Evansville 








53-50 


H 


W 


The series is tied. 


M 




1954-55 


53-75 


A 


L 


1953-54 


66-58N-aacityW 




67-73 


H 


L 


1991-92 


64-75N-fiesta L 


1955-56 


62-48 


H 


W 


vs. Farleigh Dickinson 






67-46 


A 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




1956-57 


68-48 


A 


W 


1980-81 


109-83 


H 


W 




84-67 


H 


W 


1985-86 


74-51 


H 


w 


1957-58 


64-55 


H 


W 


1986-87 


70-59 


H 


w 


1958-59 


65-66 


H 


L 


vs. Florida 






1959-60 


64-57 


A 


W 


Florida Jeads, 1-0 








86-84 


H 


W 


1931-32 


24-39 N-sct 


L 


1960-61 


80-68 


H 


W 


vs. Florida State 








44-63 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 7-4 




1961-62 


67-56 


A 


W 


1991-9283-91 (OT) 


H 


L 




81-67 


H 


W 




93-85 


A 


W 


1962-63 


74-72 


H 


W 


1992-93 


86-105 


A 


L 




68-67 


A 


W 




84-87 


H 


L 


1963-64 


80-76 


A 


W 


1993-94 


80-74 


H 


W 


1964-65 


82-80 


H 


W 




69-66 


A 


W 


1965-66 


107-81 


A 


W 


1994-95 


70-57 


A 


W 


1966-67 


78-52 


H 


W 




80-65 


H 


W 


1967-68 


84-53 


A 


W 




71-64N 


-accl 


W 


1968-69 


99-96 


H 


W 


1995-96 


78-100 


A 


L 


1969-70 


92-71 


A 


W 




88-78 


H 


W 


1970-71 


69-67 


H 


W 


vs. Fordham 






1971-72 


118-96 


A 


W 


Maryiand Jeads, 7-3 




1972-73 


88-79 


H 


W 


1956-57 


62-68 


H 


L 


1973-74 


92-71 


A 


W 


1957-58 


61-58 


A 


W 


1975-76 


82-72 


A 


W 


1959-60 


76-54N-blgr 


W 


1976-77 


76-86 


H 


L 


1969-70 


94-71H-mdmvW 


1977-78 


90-101 


A 


L 


1972-73 


83-72 


A 


W 


1978-79 


84-72 


H 


W 


1973-74 


112-73 


H 


W 


1995-96 


98-81 N-fnb 


W 


1974-75 


65-46 


A 


w 


vs. Georgetown 






1975-76 


81-56 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 32-24 




vs. Gallaudet 






1910-11 


25-31 


A 


L 


The series is tied. 


7-7 




1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 


1910-11 


30-56 


A 


L 


1934-35 


24-25 


H 


L 




27-54 


H 


L 


1935-36 


47-39 


A 


W 


1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 


1936-37 


27-39 


H 


L 




NA 


A 


L 


1937-38 


39-57 


A 


L 




NA 


H 


L 


1938-39 


25-39 


H 


L 


1918-19 


27-26 


NA 


W 


1939-40 


28-27 


A 


W 




9-33 


NA 


L 


1940-41 


34-51 


A 


L 


1923-24 


42-28 


NA 


W 


1941-42 


51-42 


A 


W 


1924-25 


25-14 


H 


W 


1942-43 


36-46 


H 


L 


1925-26 


40-13 


H 


W 


1947-48 


40-62 


A 


L 


1926-27 


39-26 


H 


W 


1948-49 


51-53 


A 


L 


1927-28 


45-20 


H 


W 




52-56 


H 


L 


1930-31 


38-27 


H 


W 


1949-50 


71-65 


A 


W 


1944-45 


26-27 


H 


L 


1950-51 


58-47 


H 


W 


vs. George Mason 






1951-52 


55-40 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 3-0 






61-71 


A 


L 


1981-82 


74-62 


H 


W 


1952-53 


45-54 


H 


L 


1985-86 


81-80 


A 


W 




48-49 


A 


L 


1989-90 


104-86N-chamW 


1953-54 


56-58 


A 


L 


vs. George Washington 






53-50 


H 


W 


Maryland ieads, 32-23 




1954-55 


60-43 


H 


W 


1913-14 


NA 


H 


L 


1955-56 


62-57 


A 


W 


1918-19 


20-53 


NA 


L 




72-61 


H 


W 




11-25 


NA 


L 


1956-57 


82-69 


H 


W 


1923-24 


41-22 


NA 


W 




62-59 


A 


w 




19-20 


NA 


L 


1967-58 


55-45 


A 


w 


1938-39 


24-37 


A 


L 




56-46 


H 


w 


1939-40 


26-44 


H 


L 


1958-59 


61-53 


H 


w 


1940-41 


28-61 


A 


L 




67-56 


A 


w 


1941-42 


29-47 


H 


L 


1959-60 


59-48 


H 


w 


1942-43 


43-48 


A 


L 


1960-61 


78-67 


A 


w 


1945-46 


48-35 


H 


W 




55-47 


H 


w 


1946-47 


44-43 


h 


W 


1961-62 


78-79 


H 


L 




48-63 


H 


L 




83-70 


A 


W 


1947-48 


49-65 


A 


L 


1962-63 


70-79 


A 


L 




35-59 


H 


L 




73-72 


H 


W 



1963-64 72-83 A L 

78-81 H L 
1964-65 85-67 A W 
1965-66 77-59 H W 
1966-67 49-80 A L 
1967-68 68-60 H W 
1969-70 81-71 H W 
1970-71 79-96 A L 
1971-72 79-46 H W 
1972-73 99-73 A W 
1973-74 115-83 H W 
1974-75 104-71 A W 
1975-76 72-63 A W 
1977-78 91-87 A W 
1978-79 65-68 N L 
1979-80 71-83N-armoryL 

68-74N-ncaa2 L 
1993-94 84-83 (OT)A-capW 
vs. Georgia 
Georgia leads, 3-2 
1923-24 25-29 N-sct L 
1926-27 34-33 H W 
1930-31 26-25 N-sct W 
1932-33 36-40 H L 
1981-82 69-83 N-nit L 
vs. Georgia State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 69-62N-free W 
vs. Georgia Tech 
Georgia Tech leads, 28-16 
1972-73 90-55H-mdmvW 
1974-75 105-67H-mdmvW 
1975-76 93-65 H W 
1977-78 65-63H-mdinvW 
1979-80 70-60 H W 

83-73 A W 

52-49N-acc2 W 
1980-81 66-55 A W 

72-64 H W 
1981-82 43-45 H L 

63-64 A L 
1982-83 77-68 H W 

60-70 A L 

58-64N-acc4 L 
1983-8470-71 (20T) A L 

79-74 H W 
1984-85 69-70N-rain L 

60-72 H L 

43-48 A L 
1985-86 67-68 A L 

70-77 H L 

62-64N-acc2 L 
1986-87 72-76 A L 

74-78 H L 

1987-88 83-96 H L 

82-104 A L 

84-67N-acc2 W 
1988-89 74-87 A L 

66-67 H L 
1989-90 84-90 H L 

78-80 A L 
1990-91 65-80 A L 

96-93 H W 
1991-92 67-92 A L 

65-67 H L 
1992-93 75-85 H L 

79-93 A L 
1993-94 91-88 A W 

71-83 H L 

1994-95 80-67 H W 

91-100 A L 

1995-96 84-98 A L 

88-74 H W 

79-84N-acc2 L 
vs. Gonzaga 
Maryland leads, 10 
199495 87-63N-ncaal5W 



vs. Hawaii 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1984-85 79-71A-ram W 
vs. Hawaii-Pacific 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1985-86 92-85A-hpac W 
vs. Hofstra 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1981-82 94-52 H W 
1993-94 93-67 N-hf W 
vs. Holy Cross 
Maryland leads, 4-0 
1971-72 102-79 A W 
102-75H-mdmvW 



W 



1973-74 

1982-83 55-53 A 
1984-85 99-75 H 
vs. Houston 
The series is tied, 11 
1965-66 69-68 N-sb 
1982-83 50-60N-ncaalOL 
vs. Howard 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1992-93 109-69 H W 
1995-96 88-71 H W 
vs. Illinois 
/llinois leads, 1-0 
1983-84 70-72N-ncaal2L 
vs. Indiana 
Indiana leds, 3-0 
1934-35 25-30 H L 
1969-60 63-72N-blgr L 
1980-81 64-99N-ncaa7 L 
vs. Iowa 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1984-85 78-68N-ram 
vs. Jacksonville 
Maryland leads, 2- 1 
1971-72 91-77N-mtl 
1989-90 68-53 H 
1990-91 70-71 A 
vs. James Madison 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1986-87 90-76 A 
vs. Johns Hopkins 
Maryland leads, 15-4 



W 



W 

w 

L 



W 



1927-28 



1928-29 



1929-30 



1930-31 
1931-32 



1932-33 



1933-34 



20-22 
23-19 
20-30 
19-18 
41-24 
39-24 
32-27 
33-26 
38-24 
27-37 
35-31 
32-37 
32-19 



1934-35 41-35 
32-19 
1935-36 45-40 
1936-37 54-31 
1937-38 56-30 
1982-83 108-65 
vs. Kansas 
Kansas leads, 3-0 
1964-65 61-63 H 
1965-66 62-71 A 
1984-85 56-58N-shoot 
vs. Kansas State 
Kansas State leads, 1-0 
1965-66 63-57 A 
vs. Kentucky 
Kentucky leads, 6-3 



1927-28 
1929-30 
1930-31 
1955-56 
1956-57 



37-7 H 
21-26 N-sct 
29-27 N-sct 
61-62 H 
55-76 A 



1957-58 71-62 H W 
1958-59 56-58 A L 
1987-88 81-90N-ncaa3 L 
1995-96 84-96 N-to L 
vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1953-54 54-37A-aacityW 
vs. Kent State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1972-73 76-58 H W 
vs. Lafayette 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1924-25 30-15 H W 
1981-82 82-58 H W 
1990-91 64-48 H W 
vs. Lamar 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 74-65 N-sbt W 
vs. La Salle 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1983-84 96-83H-mdmvW 
1992-93 93-76 A W 
1994-95 96-80 H W 
vs. Lehigh 

1970-71 85-66 H W 
vs. Long Island 
Maryland leads, 7-0 
1971-72 73-60 H W 
1972-73 100-73 H W 
1974-75 99-84 H W 
1975-76 111-88 H W 
1976-77 49-45 H W 
1977-78 94-64 H W 
1981-82 87-79 H W 
vs. Louisiana State 
The series is tied. 2-2 
1930-31 37-33 N-sct W 
1963-64 75-65 N-vpi W 
1987-88 54-55 A L 
1988-89 77-79 H L 
vs. Louisville 
Louisville leads, 5-1 
1961-62 64-83 N-sb L 
1974-75 82-96N-ncaal3L 
1978-79 84-99 H L 
1980-81 67-78 A L 
1991-92 79-96 A L 
1992-93 72-67 H W 
vs. Loyola (Md.) 
Maryland leads, 7-5 
1913-14 NA A L 

1930-31 30-33 H L 
1931-32 27-28 H L 
1947-48 52-63 H L 
1948-49 75-77 A L 
1958-59 54-40 N-sb W 
1970-71 88-69 A W 
1971-72 73-60 A W 
1984-85 88-74 A W 
1987-88 74-60N-mci W 
1993-94 94-71 H W 
1994-95 92-62 H W 
vs. Maine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1969-70 97-68 H W 
vs. Manhattan 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1957-58 59-55 N-ncaa6W 
vs. Marshall 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1968-69 89-80A-init W 
1980-81 114-89H-mdmvW 
vs. Maryland Bait. County 
Maryland leads, 70 
1986-87 78-64 H W 
1988-89 78-66 H W 
1989-90 113-61 H W 
1990-91 92-60 H W 
1992-93 103-80 H W 



1993-94 


89-80 


H 


W 


1994-95 


102-77 


H 


W 


vs. Maryland Eastern Sh. 
Maryland leads, 13-0 

1979-80 82-58 H W 


1980-81 


31-65 


H 


W 


1981-82 


76-64 


H 


W 


1982-83 


91-70 


H 


W 


1983-84 


104-69 


H 


W 


1984-85 


87-48 


H 


W 


1985-86 


91-44 


H 


W 


1986-87 


117-51 


H 


W 


1987-88 


101-51 


H 


W 


1988-89 


97-53 


H 


W 


1991-92 


115-60 


H 


W 


1992-93 


94-63 


H 


W 


1995-96 


104-66 


W 


W 


vs. Massachusetts 




Massachusetts keads, 

1989-90 91-81 H-nit 


3-2 

W 


1993-94 


80-94 


N-M 


L 


1993-94 


95-87N-ncaa5W 


1994-96 


74-85 N-bai 


L 


1995-96 


47-50 N-fnb 


L 


vs. Memphis State 
Memphis State leads, 2-0 

1957-58 46-47 (3ot)N-sb L 
1966-67 53-55A-msi L 


vs. Miami (Fla.) 
The series is tied 


3-3 




1953-54 


63-57 


A 


W 


1961-62 


71-63 


A 


W 


1964-65 


73-80 


A-hc 


L 


1967-68 


73-93 


A 


L 


1968-69 


35-92N-rmt 


L 


1970-71 


111-77 


H 


W 



L 
W 
L 



vs. Miami (Ohio) 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1979-80 115-76H-mdmvW 
1985-8569-68 (0T)N-ncaa7 W 
vs. Michigan 
Michigan leads. 3-1 
1926-27 25-39 A 
1933-34 29-25 H 
1937-38 26-33 H 
1993-94 70-78N-ncaal4L 
vs. Michigan State 
Michigan State leads, 1-0 
1955-56 75-95H-mwf L 
vs. Minnesota 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1960-61 64-53 A 
196162 75-69 H 
vs. Mississippi 
The series is tied, 1-1 
1928-29 35-37 NA 
1937-88 74-69N-mci 
vs. Mississippi State 
Mississippi State leads, 30 



W 
W 



L 
W 



1925-26 19-22 N-sc 
1958-59 45-56 N-sb 
1961-62 62-64 N-sb 
vs. Missouri 
Missouri leads, 2-1 
1937-83 85-93 A 
1988-89 73-87 H 
1995-96 91-72 H 
vs. Monmouth (N.J.) 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1983-89 74-70 H 
vs. Montana State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1956-57 89-72N-aacityW 
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 



W 



W 

w 

w 
w 



120 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Record vs. All Opponents 



vs. Mount Saint Joseph 




vs. New York University 


Mt. St. Joseph's leads. 


2-0 


NYU leads, 2-0 






1910-11 


22-20 


H 


W 


1910-11 


7-25 


H 


L 


1913-14 


NA 


H 


L 


1937-38 


27-42 


H 


L 




NA 


A 


L 


vs. Niagara 






vs. Mount Saint Mary's 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1987-88 


82-54 


A 


W 


1971-72 


100-69N-mtl 


W 


1991-92 


83-53 


H 


W 


vs. North Carolina 






vs. Navy 








N. Carolina leads. 


300-43 


Maryland leads, 30-26 




1923-24 


20-26 


H 


L 


1924-25 


16-23 


A 


L 


1924-25 


16-21 


H 


L 


1925-26 


21-12 


A 


W 


1925-26 


23-22 


H 


W 


1926-27 


30-32 


A 


L 


1926-27 


23-20 


H 


W 


1927-28 


26-35 


A 


L 




23-32 


H 


L 


1928-29 


30-27 


A 


W 




23-19 


A 


W 


1929-30 


43-39 


A 


W 


1928-29 


22-28 


H 


L 


1930-31 


33-36 


A 


L 


1929-30 


36-33 


H 


W 


1931-32 


26-15 


H 


W 




29-22 


A 


W 


1932-33 


21-59 


A 


L 


1930-31 


33-31 


H 


W 


1933-34 


27-46 


A 


L 




19-18 N-sct 


W 


1934-36 


36-43 


A 


L 


1931-32 


26-25 


H 


W 


1935-36 


32-20 


A 


W 




26-32 


A 


L 


1936-37 


37-53 


A 


L 


1932-33 


42-29 


H 


W 


1937-38 


34-37 


A 


L 


1933-34 


24-28 


H 


L 


1938-39 


37-47 


A 


L 


1934-35 


31-39 


H 


L 


1940-41 


27-52 


A 


L 


1935-36 


32-44 


H 


L 


1941-42 


47-61 


A 


L 


1936-37 


24-41 


A 


L 


1942-43 


63-54 


A 


W 




35-44 


H 


L 


1943-44 


35-69 


A 


L 


1937-38 


24-43 


A 


L 


1944-45 


33-70 


A 


L 


1938-39 


34-32 


H 


W 


1945-46 


35-44 


A 


L 




66-41 


A 


W 


1946-47 


27-55 


A 


L 


1940-41 


36-55 


H 


L 


1947-48 


47-51 


A 


L 




29-44 


A 


L 


1948-49 


46-52 


A 


L 


1941-42 


30-34 


H 


L 


1949-50 


62-75 


A 


L 


1942-43 


47-40 


H 


W 


1950-51 


47-51 


A 


L 




40-31 


A 


W 


1951-52 


48-45 


A 


W 


1944-45 


28-63 


A 


L 


1952-53 


47-51 


A 


L 


1945-46 


28-64 


A 


L 


1953-54 


61-60 


A 


W 




31-33 


H 


L 


1954-55 


60-54 


A 


W 




27-54 N-sct 


L 


1955-56 


80-61 


H 


W 


1946-47 


42-58 


A 


L 


1956-57 


55-56 


A 


L 




61-57 


H 


W 


1957-58 


88-58 


H 


W 


1947-48 


42-58 


A 


L 




64-51 


A 


W 




47-51 


H 


L 


1958-59 


50-53 


H 


L 


1948-49 


47-55 


A 


L 


1959-60 


51-50 


A 


W 




52-66 


H 


L 


1960-61 


63-62 


H 


W 




61-79 N-sct 


L 


1961-62 


58-67 


A 


L 


1949-50 


53-55 


A 


L 


1962-63 


67-61 


H 


W 




56-69 


H 


L 


1963-64 


55-68 


A 


L 


1950-51 


67-59 


A 


W 


1964-65 


77-58 


H 


W 




56-55 


H 


W 




70-57 


A 


W 


1951-52 


47-51 


A 


L 


1965-66 


74-69 


H 


W 




71-61 


H 


W 


1966-67 


76-72 


H 


W 


1952-53 


49-59 


A 


L 


1968-69 


68-72 


A 


L 




68-66 


H 


W 


1969-70 


73-57 


H 


W 


1954-65 


70-60 


A 


W 


1971-72 


85-60 


A 


W 




63-61 


H 


W 


1972-73 


76-67 


A 


W 


1955-56 


62-68 


H 


L 


1973-74 


72-50 


A 


W 




55-64 


A 


L 


1974-75 


83-73 


A 


W 


1956-57 


61-70 


A 


L 


1975-76 


87-69 


A 


W 


61-65 (20T) 


H 


L 


1976-77 


64-54N 


cap 


W 


1957-58 


74-61 


H 


W 


1978-79 


82-62 


H 


W 




59-66 


A 


L 


1980-81 


86-64 


H 


W 




86-74N-acc3 


W 


1982-83 


98-73 


H 


W 


1958-59 


57-64 


A 


L 


1984-85 


64-59N-ncaa7W 




69-51 


H 


W 


vs. Nevada Las Vegas 




1959-60 


66-75 


H 


L 


(UNLV) 










64-81 


A 


L 


Nevada Las Vegas leads, 4-1 


1960-61 


57-81 N-dc 


L 


1977-78 


81-68 


H 


w 




52-58 


H 


L 


1978-79 


88-94 


A 


L 




56-63 


A 


L 


1984-85 


76-78 


A 


L 


1961-62 


79-62 


H 


W 


1985-86 


63-64 


A 


L 




67-70 


A 


L 




64-70N-ncaa8 L 


1962-63 


56-78 


H 


L 


vs. New Mexico A&M 






68-82 


A 


L 


New Mexico A&M leads, 1-0 


1963-64 


88-97 


A 


L 


1956-57 


43-45N-aacity L 




74-64 


H 


W 










1964-65 


76-68 
90-81 


H 

A 


W 
W 



1965-66 52-67 A L 

77-66 H W 

70-77N-acc3 L 

1966-67 77-85 A L 

78-79 H L 

1967-68 67-73 H L 

60-83 A L 

1968-69 87-107 A L 

86-88 H L 

1969-70 69-77 H L 

83-90 A L 

1970-71 79-105 A L 

76-100 H L 

1971-72 72-92 A L 

79-77 (OT) H W 

64-73N-acc2 L 

1972-73 94-88 H W 

85-95 A L 

1973-74 73-82 A L 

91-80 H W 

105-85N-acc2 W 

1974-75 66-69 H L 

96-74 A W 

1975-76 93-95(01) A L 

69-81 H L 

1976-77 68-71 H L 

70-97 A L 

1977-78 71-85 A L 

64-66 H L 

1978-79 53-54 H L 

67-76 A L 

79-102N-acc2 L 

1979-80 92-86 A W 

70-69 H W 

1980-81 66-75 A L 

63-76 H L 

60-61N-acc5 L 

1981-82 50-66 H L 

56-59 A L 

1982-83 71-72 A L 

106-94 H W 

1983-84 62-74 H L 

63-78 A L 

1984-85 74-75 H L 

54-60 A L 

1985-86 67-71 H L 

77-72 (OT) A W 

85-75N-acc2 W 

1986-87 86-93 H L 

65-98 A L 

63-82N-acc6 L 

1987-88 65-71 H L 

73-74 A L 

64-74N-acc2 L 

1988-89 72-88 A L 

75-86 H L 

58-38N-acc4 L 

1989-90 98-88 H W 

80-76 A W 

1990-91 73-105 A L 

75-87 H L 

1991-92 76-96 A L 

82-80 H W 

1992-93 73-101 A L 

63-77 H L 

66-102n-accl L 

1993-94 70-75 H L 

89-96 A L 

1994-95 90-100 A L 

36-73 H W 

92-97 (OT)N-accl L 

1995-96 86-88 H L 

84-78 A W 
vs. North Carolina - 
Charlotte 

MaryJand leads, 1-0 

1975-76 70-60 H W 



vs. North Carolina - 
Greensboro 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1991-92 84-55 H W 
vs. North Carolina State 
N.C. State leads, 66-51 

1924-25 16-30 N-sn L 

1926-27 23-38 A L 

1927-28 36-24 H W 

1929-30 26-28 H L 

21-19 A W 

1936-37 33-35 A L 

41-35 H W 

35-42 N-sct L 

1938-39 40-46 A L 

53-29 N-sct W 

1939-40 46-36 A W 

1943-44 23-42 N-sa L 

1944-45 32-36 A L 

42-57 H L 

1945-46 47-39 A W 

37-33 H W 

27-54 N-sct L 

1946-47 43-55 N-stt L 

1950-51 45-54 N-sct L 

1954-55 68-64 H W 

58-78 A L 

1955-56 64-73 H W 

71-62 A W 

1956-57 79-66 H W 

56-49 A W 

1957-58 48-57 H L 

64-69 A L 

1958-59 53-55 H L 

37-53 A L 

1959-60 63-53 H W 

46-48 A L 

58-74N-acc3 L 

1960-61 67-75 N-dc L 

75-57 H W 

66-83 A L 

1961-62 68-73 H L 

61-68 A L 

1962-63 74-76 H L 

59-79 A L 

1963-64 72-62 H W 

65-66 A L 

1964-65 62-63 H L 

67-73 A L 

67-76n-acc3 L 

1965-66 59-48 H W 

58-60 A L 

1966-67 54-38 A W 

60-55 H W 

1967-68 62-75 H L 

52-68 A L 

54-63N-acol L 

1968-69 69-85 A L 

81-86 H L 

1969-70 57-91 A L 

54-64 H L 

57-67n-accl L 

1970-71 81-83 H L 

61-71 A L 

1971-72 83-70 H W 

66-65 A W 

1972-73 85-87 H L 

78-89 A L 

74-76N-acc2 L 

1973-74 74-80 A L 

30-86 H L 

100-103 (OT)N-accl L 

1974-75 103-85 H W 

98-97 A W 

85-87N-acc2 L 

1975-76 87-69 A W 

102-84 H W 

1976-77 87-80 H W 

75-73 A W 



72-82N-acc2 L 

1977-78 82-88 A L 

73-80 H L 

109-108N-acc2 W 

1978-79 124-110 H W 

82-81 A W 

1979-80 62-67 A L 

66-62 H W 

1980-81 82-75 H W 

76-72 A W 

1981-82 53-74 A L 

38-52 H L 

28-40N-acc2 L 

1982-83 86-81 H W 

67-58 A W 

1983-84 59-55 A W 

63-50 H W 

69-63N-acc2 W 

1984-85 58-56 H W 

71-70 A W 

1985-86 55-67 H L 

67-66 A W 

1986-87 72-85 H L 

47-69 A L 

1987-88 81-83 H L 

68-74 A L 

1988-89 67-90 H L 

77-94 A L 

71-49N-acc4 W 

1989-90 61-81 A L 

96-95 H W 

1990-91 104-100 H W 

91-114 A L 

1991-92 88-94 A L 

77-74 H W 

1992-93 70-65 A W 

88-71 H W 

76-55N-accl W 

1993-94 102-70 H W 

71-79 A L 

1994-95 84-67 A W 

84-71 H W 

1995-96 77-74 H W 

86-84 A W 
vs. Northestem 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1985-86 84-72 H W 
vs. Northwestern 
Northwestern leads, 1-0 

1958-59 62-66 A L 
vs. Notre Dame 
Notre Dame leds, 8-7 

1974-75 90-82 H W 

83-71N-ncaal3W 

1975-76 69-63 A W 

1976-77 79-80 H L 

1977-78 54-69 A L 

1978-79 67-66 H W 

1979-80 63-64 A L 

1980-81 70-73 H L 

1981-82 51-55 A L 

1982-83 68-67 H W 

1983-84 47-62 A L 

1984-85 77-65 H W 

1985-86 62-69 A L 

1986-87 50-63 H L 

1987-88 78-75 A W 
vs. Old Dominion 
Maryland leads, 4-1 

1982-83 87-67 H W 

1983-84 69-58 A W 

1984-86 87-75 H W 

1986-87 73-87 A L 

1987-88 70-65 A W 
vs. Ohio State 
Ohio State leads, 3-2 

1934-35 50-41 H W 

1978-79 72-79 H-mt L 
1983-84 68-72N-meadow L 



1984-85 76-73 H W 

1985-86 66-78 A L 
vs, Ohio University 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1981-82 90-64 H W 
vs. Oklahoma 
The series is tied, M 

1992-93 89-78N-balt W 
1993-94 85-88N-mynadL 
vs. Oklahoma State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1966-67 50-49N-msi W 
vs. Penn State 
The series is tied, 8-8 

1913-14 NA A L 

1960-61 64-47 H W 

1961-62 65-71 A L 

1962-63 61-62 H L 

1963-64 62-91 A L 

1964-65 72-71 H W 

1965-66 61-65 A L 

1966-67 76-53 H W 

1967-68 71-76 A L 

1968-69 66-56 H W 

1977-78 89-80 N-her W 

1978-79 69-61 N-her W 

1979-80 56-55 N-her W 

1982-83 79-97N-balt L 

1983-84 67-58 N-her W 

1989-90 78-80 A-mt L 
vs. Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania leads, 12-1 

1926-27 26-21 A W 

1927-28 26-30 A L 

1928-29 18-20 A L 

1938-39 24-36 A L 

1939-40 34-41 A L 

1940-41 32-43 A L 

1942-43 49-51 A L 

1946-47 54-80 A L 

1948-49 67-31 A L 

1949-50 52-54 A L 

1950-51 74-65 A L 

1951-52 52-53 A L 

1952-53 53-70 A L 
vs. Perm Military 
Academy 

Penn Military Academy 
leads, 1-0 

1910-11 19-50 A L 
vs. Peppredine 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1985-86 69-64N-ncaa8W 
vs. Pittsburgh 
Maryland leads, 3-1 

1976-77 88-75 H W 

1977-78 86-89(01) A L 

1979-90 95-88 H W 

1980-81 69-66 (OT) A W 
vs. Princeton 
Maryland leads. 3-2 

1925-26 32-26 H W 

1968-69 63-72 H L 

1969-70 67-75 A L 

1975-7666-59-mdmv H W 

1976-77 58-45 H W 
vs. Providence 
The series is tied, 3-3 
1972-73 89-103N-ncaa6 L 
1991-92 76-66N-accbe2W 
vs. Randolph Macon 
Maryland leads, 3-1 

1928-29 20-33 H L 

1937-38 43-27 H W 
1983-84 58-52H-mdinvW 

1985-86 74-50 H W 



121 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Record vs. All Opponents 



vs. Rhode Island 
Maryland leads, 20 

1954-55 83-66N-aacityW 

1978-7967-65 (OT)H-mt W 
vs. Richmond 
Maryland leads, 25-14 

1923-24 24-22 NA W 

1925-26 30-14 H W 

1933-34 34-44 H L 

1934-35 26-56 H L 

1935-36 28-24 H W 

1936-37 40-51 A L 

1937-38 26-31 H L 

1938-39 34-41 A L 

47-32 N-sct W 

1939-40 35-19 H W 

1940-41 36-48 H L 

1941-42 41-23 A W 

17-38 A L 

1942-43 32-28 H W 

1943-44 34-65 A L 

1945-46 37-31 H W 

1946-47 39-41 H L 

49-68 A L 

1947-48 60-53 H W 

1948-49 45-54 H L 

66-51 A W 

1949-50 49-59 A L 

67-48 H W 

1950-51 48-42 A W 

42-33 H W 

1951-52 54-50 H W 

42-33 H W 

1952-53 63-60 A W 

46-49 H L 

1953-54 72-64 A W 

71-73 H L 

1970-71 99-67 H W 

1971-72 76-61 H W 

1972-73 82-50 A W 

1973-74 96-60 A W 

1974-75 106-81 H W 

1975-76 98-71 A W 

1976-77 90-87 H W 

1981-82 66-50 A-mt W 
vs. Rider 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

1991-92 83-69 H W 

1993-94 93-79 H W 

1995-96 83-67 H W 
vs. Rutgers 
The series is tied, 3-3 

1939-40 51-39 A W 

1940-41 45-50 H L 

1950-51 51-45 H W 

1961-52 55-61 A L 

1990-91 38-81N-ecac W 
1991-92 79-95N-fiesta L 
vs. St. Francis (Pa.) 
Maryland leads, 1 

1955-56 75-66H-mwf W 
vs. St. John's 
Maryland leads, 8-5 

1913-14 NA NA L 

NA NA L 

1927-28 25-22 H W 

1928-29 20-18 H W 

1929-30 41-25 H W 

1931-32 24-20 H W 

1932-33 34-22 H W 

1933-34 32-37 H L 

1934-35 17-24 H L 

1935-36 40-28 H W 

1936-37 37-39 A L 

1937-38 38-29 H W 
1971-72 90-69H-mdmvW 
vs. St. Joseph's 
Maryland leads, 3- 1 

1971-72 67-55N-mtl W 



1978-79 62-56 (OT)H-mdinvW 
1980-81 74-57H-mdmvW 

1982-83 56-64 H L 
vs. St. Louis 
Maryland leads, 10 
1993-94 74-66N-ncaa5W 
vs. St. Peter's 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 

1981-82 49-42 H W 
vs. San Francisco 
Maryland leads, I -0 

1973-74 78-60A-CCC W 
vs. Santa Clara 
The series is tied, 1-1 

1973-74 53-32 A-ccc W 
1995-96 79-91Nncaal7L 
vs. Seton Hall 
Maryland leads, 2-1 

1941-42 15-59 A L 

1970-71 56-66 H W 
1975-76 104-69H-mdmvW 
vs. South Carolina 
Maryland leads, 31-25 

1924-25 38-22 H W 

1932-33 28-65 N-sct L 

1934-35 35-21 H W 

1939-40 30-33 A L 

1947-48 68-54 H W 

54-53 A W 

1948-49 79-49 H W 

57-56 A W 

1949-50 56-61 H L 

44-59 A L 

1950-51 43-70 A L 

47-37 H W 

1953-54 53-49 A W 

79-48 H W 

1954-55 68-51 H W 

68-52 A W 

1955-56 76-57 H W 

59-53 A W 

1956-57 60-68 A L 

66-59 H W 

64-74N-acc3 L 

1957-58 72-59 A W 

99-59 H W 

1958-59 59-41 A W 

75-45 H W 

1959-60 85-52 H W 

72-55 A W 

1960-61 72-58 H W 

61-64 A L 

1961-62 77-86 A L 

68-85 A L 

1962-63 68-63 H W 

61-44 A W 

1963-64 69-73 H L 

64-74 A L 

1964-65 75-70 A W 

73-59 H W 

1965-66 78-63 A W 

56-42 H W 

1966-67 63-65 H L 

53-80 A L 

54-57N-acc2 L 

1967-68 66-65 H W 

59-68 A L 

1968-69 67-79 A L 

67-69 H L 

71-92N-accl L 

1969-70 68-101 H L 

44-55 A L 

1970-71 70-96 A L 

31-30 H W 

63-71N-acc2 L 

1987-88 82-77 H W 

1988-89 51-57 A L 

1989-90 51-52 N-cfc L 

1990-91 78-69N-ecac W 



vs. South Florida 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1989-90 84-66 H W 
1990-91 87-81 A W 
vs. Southern California 
(USC) 

Maryland leads, 3-0 
1978-79 83-79H-mdmvW 
1989-90 64-62 A W 
1990-91 72-59 H W 
vs. Southern Illinois 
Soutiiern Illinois leads, 1-0 
1967-68 72-73N-sun L 
vs. Stanford 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1985-86 67-65N-hpac W 
vs. Staunton Military 
Academy 
Staunton Military 
Academy leads, 1 -0 
1910-11 24-58 A L 
vs. Stevens Institute 
Maryland leads, 4-1 
1924-25 21-17 A W 

21-17 H W 
1926-26 24-27 H L 
1926-27 27-18 H W 
1927-28 31-24 H W 
vs. Syracuse 
MaryJand Jeads, 5-0 
1971-72 71-65N-nitl W 
1972-73 90-76H-mdmvW 

91-75N-ncaa6W 
1976-77 96-85H-mdmvW 
1980-81 83-73 A-cc W 
vs. Tampa 
MaryJand leads, 2-0 
1953-54 61-51 A W 
1970-71 80-72 H W 
vs. Temple 
The series is tied, 1-1 
1957-58 67-71N-ncaa6 L 
1979-80 85-63H-mdinvW 
vs. Tennessee 
Maryland leads, 2- 1 
1963-64 59-70 N-vpi L 
1979-80 86-75N-ncaa9W 
1984-85 72-49N-shootW 
vs. Tennessee- 
Chattanooga 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1980-81 81-69N-ncaa7W 
1982-83 52-51N-ncaalO 
W 

vs. Texas El-Paso 
Texas El Paso leads, 2-0 
1967-68 53-70A-sun L 
1988-89 51-69 A-sbt L 
vs. Texas 

1994-95 82-68N-Ncaal5W 
vs. Texas Christian 
1987-88 74-67N-free W 
vs. Texas Tech 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1954-55 58-54N-aacityW 
vs. Towson State 
Maryland leads, 11-0 
1981-82 75-59 H W 
1982-83 65-56 H W 
1984-85 91-38 H W 
1985-86 91-58 H W 
1986-87 79-71 H W 
1990-91 93-69 H W 
1991-92 83-76 H W 
1992-93 78-68 H W 
1993-94 109-71N-balt W 
1994-95 120-73 H W 
1995-96 70-67N-balt W 



vs. Tulsa 








1958-59 


63-56 


H 


W 


1995-96 


80-72 


A 


W 


TuJsa leads, 1-0 








50-62 


A 


L 




83-71 


H 


W 


1964-65 


73-80 


N-hc 


L 




65-66N-acc3 


L 


vs. Virgir 


ia Military 




vs. Utah 








1969-60 


70-62 


H 


W 


Institute 








Maryland leads. 


I-O 






44-43 


A 


W 


Maryland leads, 39-10 




1994-95 


90-78IV 


-mau 


W 


1960-61 


57-52 


A 


W 


1910-11 


17-14 


A 


W 


vs. Vanderbilt 








77-62 


H 


W 


1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 


Maryland leads. 


1-0 




1961-62 


91-70 


A 


w 


1923-24 


12-21 


NA 


L 


1957-58 


71-56 


N-sb 


W 




68-72 


H 


L 




34-19 N-sct 


W 


vs. Villanova 






1962-63 


67-61 


A 


W 


1925-26 


30-21 


A 


W 


ViJIanova leads, 21 






69-71 


H 


L 


1927-28 


23-9 


A 


W 


1984-85 


77-74 


H 


W 


1963-64 


68-58 


H 


W 


1928-29 


30-27 


A 


W 


1984-85 


43-46N-ncaallL 




73-79 


A 


L 


1929-30 


34-23 


A 


W 


1985-86 


62-64 


A 


L 


1964-65 


59-61 


A 


L 


1930-31 


38-18 


A 


W 


vs. Virginia 








52-47 


H 


W 




40-20 


H 


W 


Marlyand leads, 87-58 




1965-66 


62-65 


H 


L 


1931-32 


43-28 


A 


W 


1923-24 


13-26 


NA 


L 




71-64 


A 


W 




38-20 


H 


W 


1924-25 


24-18 


H 


W 


1966-67 


86-66 


A 


W 


1932-33 


29-30 


A 


L 




36-25 


A 


W 




87-76 


H 


W 




45-29 


H 


W 


1925-26 


28-34 


A 


L 


1967-68 


85-76 


H 


W 


1933-34 


36-27 


H 


W 




30-21 


H 


W 




68-70 


A 


L 


1934-35 


39-24 


H 


W 


1926-27 


17-22 


A 


L 


1968-69 


77-78 


H 


L 


1935-36 


44-29 


H 


W 




29-28 


H 


W 




78-84 


A 


L 




53-32 


A 


W 


1928-29 


30-22 


A 


W 


1969-70 


69-71 


A 


L 


1936-37 


48-28 


A 


W 




22-25 


H 


L 




79-71 


H 


W 




45-28 


H 


W 


1929-30 


54-20 


H 


W 


1970-71 


63-78 


A 


L 


1937-38 


42-27 


A 


W 




51-29 


H 


w 




89-84 


H 


W 




45-33 


H 


W 


1930-31 


31-34 


A 


L 


1971-72 


57-78 


A 


L 


1938-39 


53-35 


H 


W 




34-21 


H 


W 




45-42 


H 


W 


1939-40 


60-33 


A 


W 


1931-32 


36-31 


A 


w 




62-57N-acc2 


W 




27-25 


H 


W 




46-18 


H 


w 


1972-73 


93-74 


H 


w 


1940-41 


30-64 


A 


L 


1932-33 


19-26 


A 


L 




91-81 


A 


w 




27-41 


H 


L 




37-28 


H 


W 


1973-74 


88-81 


A 


w 


1941-42 


41-46 


A 


L 


1933-34 


43-20 


A 


W 




110-75 


H 


w 




39-36 


H 


W 




28-25 


H 


W 


1974-75 


86-79 


H 


w 


1942-43 


34-35 


A 


L 


1934-35 


44-24 


H 


W 




70-51 


A 


w 




35-36 


H 


L 




33-32 


A 


W 


1975-76 


69-66 


A 


w 


1943-44 


46-36 


H 


W 


1935-36 


40-34 


H 


W 




81-73 


H 


w 




31-29 


A 


W 


1936-37 


37-23 


H 


W 




65-73N-acc5 


L 


1944-45 


46-28 


H 


w 


1937-38 


39-23 


A 


W 


1976-77 


82-67 


H 


W 




27-35 


A 


L 


1938-39 


31-21 


H 


w 




68-77 


A 


L 


1946-47 


61-50 


A 


W 


1940-41 


18-47 


A 


L 


1977-78 


64-66 


A 


L 




53-46 


H 


w 


1941-42 


35-34 


A 


W 




70-79 


H 


L 


1947-48 


63-46 


A 


w 




36-26 


H 


W 


1978-79 


63-69 


H 


L 




63-48 


H 


w 


1942-43 


53-49 


H 


W 




72-75 


A 


L 


1948-49 


53-45 


A 


w 




56-42 


A 


W 


1979-80 


63-61 


A 


W 




61-62 


A 


L 


1943-44 


20-52 


A 


L 




82-71 


H 


W 


1949-50 


65-53 


H 


W 




26-49 


H 


L 


1980-81 


64-66 


H 


L 




61-62 


A 


L 


1944-45 


26-57 


A 


L 




63-74 


A 


L 


1950-51 


46-41 


A 


W 




33-61 


H 


L 




85-62N-acc5 


W 




65-46 


H 


W 


1945-46 


45-48 


A 


L 


1981-82 


40-45 


A 


L 


1951-52 


57-39 


A 


W 




37-36 


H 


W 




47-46 


H 


W 




64-46 


H 


W 


1947-48 


44-64 


A 


L 


1982-83 


64-83 


H 


L 


1952-53 


54-37 


A 


W 




56-68 


H 


L 




81-83 


A 


L 




67-41 


H 


W 


1948-49 


47-53 


H 


L 


1983-84 


67-66 


A 


W 


vs. Virginia Tech 








43-79 


A 


L 




74-65 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 23-3 




1949-50 


56-60 


A 


L 


1984-85 


71-58 


H 


W 


1925-26 


19-17 


A 


W 




70-52 


H 


W 




60-55 


A 


W 




30-14 


H 


W 


1950-51 


59-57 


H 


W 


1985-86 


49-70 


A 


L 


1927-28 


29-20 


A 


W 




56-43 


A 


w 




87-72 


H 


W 




30-10 


H 


w 


1951-52 


59-42 


A 


w 


1986-87 


64-71 


H 


L 


1928-29 


29-39 


A 


L 




63-53 


H 


w 




77-82 


A 


L 


1929-30 


41-29 


H 


W 


1952-53 


71-61 


H 


w 


1987-88 


72-84 


A 


L 




34-23 


A 


w 




59-56 


A 


w 




69-63 


H 


W 


1930-31 


33-16 


H 


w 


1953-54 


70-64 


H 


w 


1988-89 58-64 (OT) 


H 


L 


1932-33 


40-20 


A 


w 




70-56 


A 


w 




59-86 


A 


L 




37-21 


H 


w 


1954-55 


72-69 


A 


w 


1989-90 


74-72 


A 


W 


1933-34 


29-24 


A 


w 




78-65 


H 


w 




89-74 


H 


W 




34-32 


H 


w 




67-68N-acc3 


L 


1990-91 


62-76 


H 


L 


1937-38 


42-35 


H 


w 


1955-56 


67-55 


H 


w 


78-74 (OT) 


A 


W 


1939-40 


49-41 


H 


w 




50-73 


A 


L 


1991-92 


75-82 


A 


L 


1940-41 


39-48 


H 


L 


1956-57 


67-63 


A 


W 




74-76 


H 


L 


1946-47 


57-49 


A 


W 




43-39N-aacityW 


1992-93 


68-70 


H 


L 




55-42 


H 


W 




84-64 


H 


w 




74-88 


A 


L 


1948-49 


60-51 


H 


w 




71-68N-acc3 


L 


1993-94 


66-73 


A 


L 


1950-51 


57-66 


H 


L 


1957-58 


87-66 


A 


W 




70-68 


H 


W 


1952-53 


65-46 


H 


w 




69-56 


H 


w 




63-68N-acc5 


L 




70-56 


A 


w 




70-66N-acc3 


w 


1994-95 


71-62 


H 


W 


1953-54 


60-52 


H 


w 












67-92 


A 


L 




54-41 


A 


w 



122 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Record vs. All Opponents 



1989-90 89-80 H W 

1990-91 82-67 A W 
vs. Wagner 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 

1980-81 96-73 A-cc W 

vs. Wake Forest 

The series is tied, 46-46 

1952-53 59-61 N-sct L 

1953-54 54-71 A L 

74-53 H W 

56-64N-acc3 L 

1954-55 58-62 H L 

71-75 A L 

1955-56 61-51 H W 

60-76 A L 

1956-57 59-53 H W 

58-62 A L 

1957-58 72-58 H W 

74-67 A W 

1958-59 68-65 H W 

53-56 A L 

1959-60 47-54 H L 

64-65 A L 

1960-61 60-72 H L 

69-78 A L 

76-98N-acc3 L 

1961-62 79-62 H W 

78-81 A L 

1962-63 74-85 H L 

54-75 A L 

41-80N-acc3 L 

1963-64 91-82 A W 

77-79 H L 

1964-65 82-64 H W 

93-85 A W 

1965-66 87-66 H W 

86-78 A W 

1966-67 59-86 H L 

64-78 A L 

1967-68 60-73 A L 

87-74 H W 

1968-69 87-95 A L 

71-93 A L 

1969-70 87-104 H L 

96-88 A W 

1970-71 72-71 H W 

66-72 A L 

1971-72 49-46 A W 

64-56 H W 

1972-73 105-76 H W 

60-62 A L 

73-65N-acc2 W 

1973-74 72-59 A W 

77-68 H W 

1974-75 99-78 A W 

89-73 H W 

1975-76 93-96 A L 

105-91 H W 

1976-77 85-86 H L 

81-80 A W 

1977-78 75-84 A L 

91-89 H W 

1978-79 60-66 H L 

54-53 A W 

1979-80 84-76 A W 

83-77 H W 

1980-81 60-67 A L 

94-80 H W 

1981-82 61-56 H W 

42-48 A L 

1982-33 66-79 A L 

83-75 H W 

1983-84 87-90 A L 

90-79 H W 

66-64N-acc2 W 

1984-85 64-62 A W 

69-66 H W 

1985-86 77-55 H W 

59-48 A W 



1986-87 68-75 H L 

58-69 A L 

1987-88 93-76 H W 

70-65 A W 

1988-89 60-70 A L 

61-75 H L 

1989-90 88-82 H W 

74-84 A L 

1990-91 62-74 A L 

86-78 H W 

1991-92 78-86 H L 

77-66 A W 

1992-93 76-86 H L 

64-88 A L 

1993-94 61-58 A W 

81-58 H W 

1994-95 76-66 H W 

54-63 A L 

1995-96 64-77 R L 

78-85 H L 
vs. Washington College 
Maryland leads, 12-3 

1924-25 16-27 H L 

1926-27 18-22 H L 

1927-28 22-20 H W 

1930-31 32-33 H L 

1931-32 36-16 H W 

1932-33 35-27 H W 

1933-34 44-33 H W 

1934-35 43-27 H W 

1935-36 46-34 H W 

56-30 A W 

1936-37 41-20 A W 

1937-38 43-42 A W 

1938-39 47-37 H W 

1940-41 26-18 H W 

1941-42 28-25 H W 
vs. Washington and Lee 
Maryland leads, 26-25 

1910-11 17-46 A L 

24-29 H L 

1913-14 NA A L 

1923-24 22-21 NA W 

1925-26 40-27 H W 

33-20 A W 

1926-27 44-32 H W 

32-34 A L 

1927-28 38-24 H W 

31-28 A W 

1928-29 22-47 H L 

18-42 A L 

1929-30 25-29 H W 

21-36 A L 

1930-31 36-21 A W 

28-17 H W 

1931-32 42-38 A W 

49-19 H W 

1932-33 40-43 A L 

1933-34 37-45 N-sct L 

1934-35 29-33 H L 

1935-36 27-30 A L 

54-55 H L 

32-38 N-sct L 

1936-37 27-51 A L 

35-41 H L 

1937-38 29-31 A L 

36-32 H W 

1938-39 39-37 H W 

1939-40 25-44 H L 

43-40 N-srt W 

1940-41 41-59 A L 

15-42 H L 

1941-42 44-52 A L 

28-30 H L 

1942-43 40-50 A L 

55-35 H W 

1946-47 65-60 A W 

48-63 H L 



1947-48 69-70 A L 

64-38 H W 

1948-49 65-60 A W 

1949-50 65-46 H W 

1950-51 52-43 H W 

65-83 A L 

1951-52 71-51 H W 

51-43 A W 

1952-53 53-40 A W 

87-56 H W 

1953-54 51-25 A W 

76-43 H W 
vs. West Virginia 
West Virginia leads, 22-14 

1925-26 25-15 H W 

1933-34 24-26 A L 

1934-35 29-39 H L 

1935-36 26-51 A L 

1941-42 36-63 A L 

27-41 H L 

1945-46 33-35 H L 

1946-47 43-81 A L 

1950-61 64-70 H L 

1952-53 53-45 H W 

1953-54 71-87 A L 

1963-64 74-72 H W 

67-91 A L 

1964-65 73-80 H L 

86-78 A W 

1965-66 74-76 A L 

107-92 H W 

1966-67 82-81 A W 

58-61 H L 

1967-68 79-75 H W 

66-83 A L 

1968-69 65-86 A L 

91-84 H W 

1969-70 83-76 H W 

78-83 A L 

1970-71 81-83 H L 
1983-84 102-77N-ncaallW 

1984-85 56-47 H W 

1985-86 42-41 A W 

1986-87 65-62 H W 

1987-88 49-75 A L 

1988-89 61-69 H L 

1990-91 85-90 A L 

1991-92 101-91 H W 

1992-93 72-86 A L 
vs. Western Kentucky 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1971-72 103-67H-mdinvW 
1977-78 91-78H-mdinvW 
vs. Western Maryland 
Maryland leads, 9-0 

1926-27 32-25 H W 

1927-28 30-29 H W 

1928-29 32-17 H W 

1929-30 38-17 H W 

1930-31 45-35 H W 

1931-32 35-15 H W 

1932-33 37-32 H W 

1933-34 49-33 H W 

1936-37 48-36 H W 
vs. Wichita 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1968-69 95-83 N-ci W 
vs. William & Mary 
Maryland leads, 14-0 

1928-29 30-20 H W 

1929-30 27-23 H W 

1935-36 41-39 H W 

1936-37 41-29 H W 

1937-38 45-38 H W 

1953-54 69-54 A W 

74-55 H W 

1954-55 67-62 A W 

1955-56 52-51 H W 

1980-81 69-64 H W 



1981-82 50-43 A 

1982-83 56-51 H 

1983-84 58-44 H 

1985-86 77-48 H 
vs. Winthrop 
JVfaryland Jeads, 2-0 

1986-87 76-58 H 

1987-88 65-52 H 



W 
W 
W 
W 



W 
W 



vs. Wisconsin 
Wisconsin leads, 2-0 

1931-32 30-32 A 
1932-33 13-22 H 
vs. Wyoming 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1960-61 84-77N-dc 



W 



vs. Xavier 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1976-77 84-74H-mdinvW 
vs. Yale 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1959-60 103-80 H W 



Neutral Court Legend 



aacity 

accl 

acc2 

acc3 

acc4 

acc5 

accbel 

accbe2 

accbe3 

armory 

bait 

bg 

blgr 

cap 

CO 

ccc 

cfc 

Cham 

ci 

ecac 

evans 

dc 

fiesta 

tab 

free 

he 

her 

hf 

hp 

mam 

mci 

mdinv 

meadow 

mit 

msi 

mwf 

ncaal 

ncaa2 

ncaa3 

ncaa4 

ncaa5 

ncaaS 

ncaa7 

ncaaS 

ncaa9 

ncaalO 

ncaall 

ncaal 2 

ncaal 3 

ncaal 4 

ncaalS 

ncaal 6 

ncaal7 

mtl 

ram 

sb 

sbt 

set 

shoot 

sun 

to 

vpi 

wood 



All-Amenca City Tournament, Owensboro, Kentucky 

ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 

ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C, (Greensboro Coliseum) 

ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N C. (Reynolds CoUsuem) 

ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Georgia (0mm) 

ACC Tournament, Landover, Maryland (Capital Centre) 

ACC/Big East Challenge, Richmond, Virgmia (Richmond Coliseum) 

ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Connecticut (Hartford Civic Center) 

ACC/Big East Challege, East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne Arena) 

Washington DC Mumcipal Armory 

Baltunoie Arena, Baltimore, Maryland 

Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts 

Blue Grass Tournament, Louisville, Kentucky (Kentucky State Fairgrounds 

Pavihon) 
Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland 
Camer Classic, Syracuse, New York (Camer Dome) 
Cable Car Classic, San Francisco, California (Oakland Coliseum) 
Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, Virginia (Robbms Center) 
Chimmade Chnstmas Classic, Honolulu, Hawau (BlaisdeD Arena) 
Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, North Carolma (Charlotte Coliseum) 
ECAC Holiday Festival, New York City, New York (Madison Square Garden) 
Evansville Holday Tournament (Roberts Stadium) 
Dixie Classic, Raleigh, North CaroUna (Reynolds Coliseum) 
Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Arizona (McKale Center) 
Frankhn National Bank Classic, Landover, Maryland (USAir Arena) 
Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvme, Califorma (Bren Events Center) 
Hurncane Classic, Miami, Flonda (Miami beach Convention Center) 
Hershey Park, Hershey, Pennsylvama (Hershey Park Arena) 
Hall of Fame Classic, Sprmgfield, Massachusetts (Spnngfield Civic Center) 
Hawaii Pacific Toumanment, Honolulu, Hiawaii (War Memorial Gymnasium) 
Maui Invitaaonal, Lahaina, Hawau (Lahama Cmc Center) 
MCI Heritage Classic, Baltunore, Maryland (Baltimore Arena) 
Maryland Invitational, College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 
Meadowlands (Brendan Byrne Arena), East Rutherford, New Jersey 
Marshall Invitational Tournament, Huntingtown, West Vugmia (Memorial Field 

House) 
Memphis State hivitational, Memphis, Tennessee (Mid-South Cohseum) 
Mid Wmter Festival. College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 
NCAA Tournament, New York City, New York (Madison Square Garden) 
NCAA Tournament, Philadephia, Pennsylvama (The Spectrum) 
NCAA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverfront Coliseum) 
NCAA Tournament. Lubbock, Texas (Memonal Coliseum) 
NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kansas (Kansas Coliseum) 
NCAA Tournament, Charlotte N.C, (Charlotte CoUseum) 
NCAA Tournament, Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena) 
NCAA Tournament, Long Beach, California (Long Beach Arena) 
NCAA Tournament, Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Cohseum) 
NCAA Tournament, Houston, Texas (The Summit) 
NCAA Tournament, Birmingham, Alabama (Bumingham Coliseum) 
NCAA Tournament, Lexmgton, Kentucky (Rupp Arena) 
NCAA Tournament. Las Cruces, New Mexico (Memorial Arena) 
NCAA Tournament, Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena) 
NCAA Tournament, Salt Lake City Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 
NCAA Tournament, Oakland, Cahforma (Oakland Colusiem) 
NCAA Tournament, Tempe Arizona (Special Events Center) 
National hivitation Toummament, New York City, New York (Madison Square 

Garden) 
Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Neil S. Blaisdell Center) 
Sugar Bowl Tournament. New Orleans, Louisiana (Loyola Field House) 
Sun Bowl Tournament, El Paso, Texas (Speaal Events Center) 
Southern Conference Tournament 

Great Alaskan Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska (SuUivan Arena) 
Sun Carmval Tournament, El Paso, Texas (Memonal Gymnasium) 
Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic, Spnngfield, Mass (Springfield Civic Center) 
Virgmia Polytechnic Institute, Balcksburg, Virginia (Virginia Tech CoUseum) 
John R. Wooden Classic, Anaheim, California (The Pond of Anaheim) 



123 



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Tef PS 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 Atlannc Coast 

Conference Touniament games 
C denotes NCAA Tournament 
T denotes Nanonal Inviwuon 

Tournament 

1904415 

0-2 (no scored available) 
Captain Samuel R Thomas 

Washington YMCA 
CanoU 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 Vuginia 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 CathoUc 30 H 
19 Penn Military 

Academy 50 R 

1913-14 

Captain H. Burton Shipley 



Mt. St. Joseph 

Gallaudet 

Cathohc 

Mt. St. Joseph 

Gallaudet 

St. John's College 

Loyola College 

Georgetown 

Cathohc 

Washmgton & Lee 



Virginia Mihtary Institute R 



St. John's College 
George Washington 
Gallaudet 
Baltimore City 
Penn State College 
Delaware CoUege 
No Scores Available 

No Teams from 1914-15 
through 1916-17 



1918-19 




1-5(V5 Al 




Maryland 




27 Gallaudet 


26 


7 Catholic 


25 


11 George Washmgton 


25 


9 Gallaudet 


33 


12 Catholic 


14 


20 George Washmgton 


53 




H. BURTON SHIPLEY 

24 Seasons 

1923-24 to 1946-47 

Record: 243199 
Conference: 124-91 



1923-24 

5-7 
1-2 SC 
Maryland 

41 George Washmgton 22 

42 Gallaudet 28 
13 Catholic 30 
20 North CaroUna 26 

13 Virgmia 26 

24 Richmond 22 

14 CathoUc 20 
19 Geoige Washmgton 20 
22 Washmgton & Lee 21 
12 Virgmia MiLtary Institute21 
34 Virgima Mihtary 

Institute 19 S 

25 Georgia 29 S 



1924-25 

12-5(7-2H;4-2A, 1 
3-1 SC 
Maryland 
24 Vugmia 

24 Columbia 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 Navy 
30 Lafayette 

18 CathoUc 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 North Carohna 

25 Gallaudet 

16 Washmgton CoUege 
24 Prmceton 

22 City CoUege of 

New York 

38 South Carolina 
36 Virgmia 

27 CathoUc 

27 Alabama 
16 NC State 

1925-26 

14-3(10-1H;4-1A. 0- 
7-1 SC 
Maryland 

40 Washmgton & Lee 

21 Navy 

30 Richmond 

30 Virgmia Mihtary 

33 Washmgton & Lee 

19 Virgima Tech 

40 GaUaudet 

30 Washmgton CoUege 

24 Stevens Institute 
30 Virgmia Tech 

28 Virginia 

23 North CaroUna 

25 West Virginia 

41 Duke 
30 Virgmia 
32 Prmceton 

19 Mississippi Aggies 

1926-27 

10-10 (7-2H, 3-7R. 
6-4 SC 

Maryland 

16 Amencan 

44 Washmgton & Lee 

25 Michigan 

17 Vugmia 
30 Navy 

18 Washmgton CoUege 

34 Georgia 

39 Gallaudet 

27 Stevens Institute 

28 North CaroUna 
23 North CaroUna 

26 Pennsylvania 

32 Washmgton & Lee 
32 Virgmia Mihtary 
Institute 

29 Vugmia 
23 N C State 

16 Washmgton CoUege 
32 Western Maryland 
23 North CaroUna 

22 Georgia 



IN) 



18 H 
23 R 
17 A 
23 R 

16 H 
14 R 

17 H 

21 H 
14 H 
27 H 
38 R 

16 H 

22 H 
25 R 

17 H 
21 S 
30 S 



IN) 



27 H 

12 R 
14 H 

21 A 
20 R 
17 R 

13 H 

26 H 

27 H 

14 H 
34 R 

22 H 

15 H 

20 H 

21 H 
26 H 

22 S 



i-lN) 



21 R 
32 H 
39 R 

22 R 

32 R 

22 H 

33 H 

26 H 

18 H 

23 H 
32 H 
21 R 

34 A 

15 R 
28 H 
38 R 
21 A 
25 H 

19 R 

27 S 



1927-28 




14-4(11-0H:3-4R 




8-1 SC 




Maryland 




28 Washmgton & Lee 


24 H 


29 Vugmia Tech 


20 R 


31 Washmgton & Lee 


28 A 


23 Vugmia Mihtary 




Institute 


9 A 


46 GaUaudet 


20 H 


37 Kentucky 


7H 


20 Johns Hopkms 


22 R 


26 St John's CoUege 


22 H 


26 Vugmia 


20 H 


31 Stevens histitute 


24 H 


26 Navy 


35 R 


26 Pennsylvama 


30 R 


36 NC State 


24 H 


12 Virgmia 


34 R 


22 Washmgton CoUege 


20 H 


23 Johns Hopkins 


19 H 


30 Vugmia Tech 


10 H 


30 Western Maryland 


29 H 



1928-29 

7-9(3-5H;4-3R;0-lN) 
2-5 SC 
Maryland 

30 WUham & Mary 20 H 

18 Pennsylvania 30 R 

20 Randolph Macon 33 H 

30 Virgmia 22 R 

20 Johns Hopkms 30 H 

20 St John's 18 H 

22 Virgmia 25 H 

22 Washmgton & Lee 47 H 

29 Vugmia Polytechmc 

Institute 39 R 

18 Washmgton & Lee 42 R 

30 Vugmia MUitary 

Institute 27 R 

22 North CaroUna 28 H 

30 Navy 27 R 

32 Western Maryland 17 H 

19 Johns Hopkms 18 R 
35 Mississippi 37 S 



1929-30 

16-6 (10-3H; 6-2R; 0- 
9-5SC 
Maryland 

27 WUUam & Mary 
27 Duke 

37 CathoUc 
54 Vuginia 

41 Johns Hopkms 

43 Navy 

41 Vugmia Polytechnic 

Institute 
26 N C State 
25 Washmgton & Lee 

38 Western Maryland 
36 North CaroUna 

34 Vugmia Polytechmc 
Institute 

44 Vuginia MiUtary 

Institute 
21 Washington & Lee 
51 Vuginia 

21 NC. State 

22 North CaroUna 
24 Duke 

39 Johns Hopkins 
39 Vugmia MUitary 

Institute 
41 St John's 
21 Kentucky 



IN) 



23 H 

28 H 
30 H 

20 H 

24 H 
39 R 

29 H 

28 H 

29 H 
17 H 
24 H 

23 R 

26 R 
36 R 
29 H 
19 R 
19 R 
39 R 

24 R 

21 H 

25 H 

26 S 



193(»I 

18-4(10-2H. 4-2R. 4-ON) 

8-1 SC 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

Maryland 

38 GaUaudet 27 H 

38 Vugmia MUitary 

Institute 18 R 

36 Washmgton & Lee 21 R 

32 Duke 24 H 
30 Loyola 33 H 

33 Johns Hopkms 20 R 



44 Vugmia MUitary 

Institute 
33 Vugmia Polytechiuc 
Institute 

31 Vuginia 

28 Washmgton & Lee 
24 CathoUc 

33 North Carohna 

32 Washmgton CoUege 

34 Vugmia 

45 Western Maryland 

32 St- John's 

33 Navy 

31 Johns Hopkins 

37 Louisiana Stale 

19 North Carohna 

26 Georgia 

29 Kentucky 

1931-32 

16-4(111H:5-2R:0- 
8-2SC 
Maryland 

30 Wisconsm 

27 Loyola 

42 Washmgton & Lee 

43 Vugmia Mihtary 

Institute 
26 Navy 
36 Vuginia 
33 Johns Hopkins 

38 Vuguua Mihtary 

Institute 
51 Vuguua Polytechnic 
Institute 

39 CathoUc 

26 North CaroUna 

36 Washmgton CoUege 

35 Western Maryland 

46 Vuguua 

49 Washmgton & Lee 
24 St, Johns 
26 North CaroUna 

20 Duke 

38 Johns Hopkins 
24 Florida 



20 H 

16 H 

34 R 

17 H 

21 R 
31 H 
33 H 

21 H 

35 H 
27 H 

36 R 

22 H 
33 S 
17 S 

26 S 

27 S 



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 



1932-33 

11-9(10-2H, 1-6R. 0- 
7-3 SC 
Maryland 

13 Wisconsm 

40 Vuguua Polytechnic 

Institute 
30 Duke 
29 Vuginia MUitary 

Institute 
40 Washmgton & Lee 
27 Johns Hopkins 
37 Vuguua Polytechmc 

Institute 

27 CathoUc 
21 Navy 
19 Vugima 

42 North CaroUna 

36 Georgia 

35 Washmgton CoUege 

37 Vugmia 

46 Washmgton & Lee 
45 Vugmia MUitary 
Institute 

34 St. John's 

37 Western Maryland 

35 Johns Hopkins 

28 South CaroUna 



IN) 



20 R 

28 H 

30 R 
43 R 
37 R 

21 H 

29 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 



193M4 

ll-8(9-4H:2-3R:0-lN) 
6-lSC 
Maryland 

29 Michigan 25 H 

17 hidiana 30 H 

24 West Vugmia 26 R 

37 Duke 33 H 
29 Vuguua Polytechnic 

Institute 24 R 
34 Vugmia Polytechnic 

Institute 32 H 

32 Johns Hopkms 37 R 

43 Vugmia 20 R 

24 North CaroUna 28 H 



33 CathoUc 


25 H 


1937-38 




27 Navy 


46 R 


15-9(10-3H;4-5R;MN) 


2 Vuginia 


26 H 


7-4SC 




33 Richmond 

49 Western Maryland 


44H 
33 H 


Maryland 

26 Richmond 


31 H 


36 Vuguua MUitary 




26 Michigan 


33 H 


Institute 


27 H 


50 Baltimore 


32 R 


32 St. Johns 


37 H 


43 Randolph Macon 


27 H 


44 Washmgton CoUege 
32 Johns Hopkms 


33 H 
19 H 


29 Washmgton & Lee 
42 Vuguua MiUtary 


31 R 


37 Washmgton & Lee 


45 S 


Institute 


27 R 






39 Georgetown 


57 R 


1934-35 




40 Duke 


35 H 


8-10 (6-8H; 2-2R) 




24 North CaroUna 


43 R 


4-5SC 




34 Duke 


44 R 


Maryland 




42 Vugmia Polytechmc 




29 hidiana 


30 H 


Institute 


35 H 


50 Ohio State 


41 H 


34 Navy 


37 R 


29 West Vuguua 


39 H 


27 New York University 


42 H 


35 South CaroUna 


21 H 


36 Washmgton & Lee 


32 H 


39 Vuguua MiUtary 




45 WUUam & Mary 


38 H 


Iristitute 


24 H 


43 Vugima Mihtary 




39 Duke 


48 H 


Institute 


33 H 


43 Washmgton CoUege 


27 H 


49 CathoUc 


33 H 


31 North CaroUna 


39 H 


43 Washmgton CoUege 


42 R 


36 Navy 


43 R 


39 Vugmia 


23 R 


44 Vuguua 


24 H 


57 Dickinson 


27 H 


26 Richmond 


56 H 


66 Johns Hopkms 


30 H 


29 CathoUc 


45 R 


38 St John's 


29 H 


29 Washmgton & Lee 


33 H 


45 Citadel 


43 S 


33 Vuguua 


32 R 


32 Duke 


35 S 


41 Johns Hopkins 


35 R 






17 St. John's 


24 H 


1938-39 




52 Johns Hopkms 


25 H 


15-9 (9-2H: 4-6R; 2-lN) 


24 Georgetown 


25 H 


8-3SC 




193!h^ 




Maryland 
34 Richmond 


41 R 


14-6 I9-3H. 4-2R; MN) 


45 Clemson 


36 H 


3-3 SC 




44 Davidson 


27 H 


Maryland 




24 Pennsylvama 


36 R 


44 Virgmia Mihtary 




25 Army 


45 R 


Institute 


29 H 


37 Navy 


47 R 


27 Washmgton & Lee 


30 R 


37 Duke 

34 North CaroUna 


34 H 
32 H 


53 Vugmia MiUtary 




34 Hampden-Sydney 


26 H 


Institute 


32 R 


31 Vuguua 


21 H 


32 Navy 


20 R 


60 Duke 


44 R 


28 Richmond 


24 H 


66 North CaroUna 


41 R 


55 Baltunore 


33 H 


40 N C State 


46 R 


46 Washmgton CoUege 


34 H 


25 Georgetown 


39 H 


32 North CaroUna 


44 H 


39 Washmgton & Lee 


37 H 


41 WiUiam & Mary 


39 H 


49 WUham & Mary 
48 St John's 


57 H 
20 R 


38 Duke 


34 H 


53 UM 


35 H 


40 Vuguua 


34 H 


40 CathoUc 


38 R 


26 West Virgmia 


51 R 


24 George Washmgton 


37 R 


54 Washmgton & Lee 


55 H 


47 Washmgton CoUege 


37 H 


40 St John's 


28 H 


47 Richmond 


32 S 


29 CathoUc 


40 H 


53 N C State 


29 S 


56 Washmgton CoUege 


30 R 


27 Clemson 


39 S 


45 Johns Hopkins 
47 Georgetown 


40 H 
39 R 


193M0 




47 Duke 


35 S 


14-9 (9-2H; 4-6R; 1- 
7-4SC 
Maryland 


N) 


32 Washmgton & Lee 


38 S 








48 Western Maryland 


32 H 


1938-37 




47 Randolph Macon 


16 H 


8-12 (7-3H; 1-8R; 0-lN) 


53 Clemson 


26 H 


4-8SC 




34 Pennsylvama 


41 R 


Maryland 




51 Rutgers 


39 R 


40 Richmond 


51 R 


53 Rhode Island State 


59 R 


54 Johns Hopkms 


31 H 


32 Duke 


30 H 


27 Washmgton & Lee 


51 R 


36 Richmond 


19 H 


48 Vuguua MUitary 




28 Georgetown 


27 R 


Institute 


28 R 


49 Vuguua Polytechmc 




48 Western Maryland 


36 H 


Institute 


41 H 


31 Duke 


34 R 


25 Washmgton & Lee 


44 H 


41 Washmgton CoUege 


20 H 


43 N C State 


36 R 


37 Vuguua 


23 H 


30 Clemson 


48 R 


33 N C State 


35 R 


30 South Carohna 


33 R 


24 North CaroUna 


41 R 


37 Duke 


48 R 


30 Duke 


34 R 


49 Johns Hopkins 


36 H 


37 Navy 


53 R 


60 Vuguua MUitary 




35 North Carohna 


44H 


Institute 


33 R 


41 WUham & Mary 


29 H 


19 Washmgton 8i Lee 


39 R 


45 Vuguua MUitary 




46 CathoUc 


31 H 


Institute 


28 H 


27 Vuguua MUitary 




35 Washmgton & Lee 


41 H 


Institute 


26 H 


27 Georgetown 


39 H 


26 George Washmgton 


44H 


37 St. John's 


39 R 


43 Washmgton 8i Lee 


30 S 


41 NC State 


35 H 


32 Duke 


44 S 


35 NC. State 


42 S 







124 



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Teips Through the Years 



194041 




43 Virgmia MiUtary 




55 


Vugima Polytechnic 




70 


Virginia MiUtary 






1951-52 




74 Wake Forest 


53 H 


1-21 (MOHiOllR) 


Listitute 


36 H 


Institute 


42 H 


Listitute 


55 H 


13-9 18- IH: 5-7R; 0-lN) 


61 Duke 


68 H 


0-13SC 




43 Hampden-Sydney 


51 H 


38 Duke 


40 H 


61 North Carolina 


79 S 


9-5 SC 




53 Georgetown 


50 H 


Maryland 




25 Bainbndge Navy 


78 R 


47 Kmgs Point 


73 R 






Maryland 




57 George Washington 


70 R 


36 Richmond 


48 H 


29 Fort Belvoir 


60 H 


57 Army 


54 R 


194»^ 




59 Vugmia 


42 R 


74 WiUiam & Mary 


55 H 


24 Johns Hopkins 


38 R 


33 CathoLc 


31 H 


52 Citadel 


40 H 


718(6-6H; 1-12R 




71 Washmgton & Lee 


51 H 


75 Clemson 


59 A 


34 Clemson 


48 H 


26 Virgmia 


49 H 


53 Virgmia MiUtary 




5-13SC 




52 Pennsylvama 


53 R 


56 Wake Forest (OT) 


64A 


32 Pennsylvania 


43 R 


33 CathoUc 


53 R 


Institute 


45 H 


Maryland 




54 WUham & Mary 


53 H 






26 Duke 


40 H 


34 Richmond 


65 R 


54 Pennsylvama 


80 R 


57 Vugmia Polytechmc 




36 West Vugmia 


39 R 


1954-55 




41 Washington & Lee 


59 R 


48 Woodrow General 




43 N.C. State 


55 S 


Institute 


63 R 


57 Virgmia MiUtary 




17-7 (7-2H, 10-4R;0-1N1 


30 Virginia Military 
Institute 


64 R 


Hospital 
25 Woodrow Genera] 


26 H 








40 Tennessee 
56 Vugmia 


61 R 
66 R 


Institute 
51 Washmgton & Lee 


39 R 
43 R 


10-4ACC (3rd) 
Maryland 






■.'■.~~T 


—J 




34 Georgetown 


61 R 


Hospital 


35 R 




■■^^hF' 


J 


65 Washmgton & Lee 


46 H 


47 North CaroUna 


51 R 


60 Georgetown 


43 H 


36 North CaroLna 


65 H 


31 Virgmia MiUtary 






^J^^T 


IH 


52 Pennsylvama 


54 R 


48 Navy 


45 R 


49 Duke 


47 H 


17 Richmond 


38 R 


Institute 


29 R 




T— ' - ! 


3| 


55 Clemson 


60 H 


63 Vugmia 


53 H 


58 Wake Forest (OT) 


62 H 


17 Duke 


43 R 


35 Navy 


69 R 




■^mL^ •-•^n 


^B 


62 Navy 


75 R 


55 Georgetown 


40 H 


72 Vugmia 


69 R 


29 North CaroUna 


44 R 


22 Army 


85 R 




■■H^ "^^ /m 


IH 


71 OhioWesleyan 


75 H 


55 Rutgers 


61 R 


61 Duke 


68 R 


27 Navy 


52 R 


23 N C. State 


42 S 




^^^Tlfc^ JM 


^H 


53 North CaroUna 


55 R 


71 North CaroUna 


51 H 


70 North CaroUna 


60 R 


18 Virgmia 


47 R 


1944-45 






r^jfV ^".w^^ 


3« 


46 Duke 


58 R 


64 Vugmia MiUtary 




58 Texas Tech 


54 R 


15 WasMngton & Lee 


42 H 






^^H^^^^l 


^^ 


71 Georgetown 


65 R 


Institute 


46 H 


83 Rhode Island 


66 R 


28 George Washmgton 


61 R 
58 H 


2-14(l-5H;l-8R;0-lN) 
2-5 SC 




^^^^^H^Qi^l 


^^1 


52 WiUiam & Mary 
49 Richmond 


56 H 
59 R 


55 Richmond 

66 WiUiam & Mary 


45 H 
71 R 


78 Cmcumati 
68 South CaroUna 


61 R 


40 William & Mary 








51 H 


43 Connecticut 


52 H 


Maryland 




■tLUUlt blEWAKT 


51 George Washmgton 


72 H 


51 Duke 


56 R 


78 Virgmia 


65 H 


45 Rutgers 


50 H 


26 Gallaudet 


27 H 


3 Seasons 




56 WiUiam & Mary 


64 R 


61 Georgetown 


71 R 


71 Clemson 


63 R 


27 Virgmia Military 




28 North CaroUna 


53 R 


1947-48 to 1949-50 


65 Virgima MiUtary 




54 Richmond 


50 R 


68 South Carohna 


52 R 


Institute 


41 H 


24 Duke 


51 R 


Record: 27-48 




Listitute 


53 H 


56 George Washmgton 


57 H 


68 N.C. State 


64 H 


39 Vuginia Polytechnic 




32 N.C. State 


46 R 


Conference: 22-2' 




56 North CaroUna 


69 H 


71 Davidson 


48 H 


53 George Washmgton 


75 R 


Institute 


48 H 


33 Navy 


70 R 






61 Vugmia MiUtary 




48 Duke 


51 S 


60 Navy 


54 R 


26 Washmgton College 


18 H 


46 Virginia MiUtary 




1947-48 




Institute 


62 R 






67 WiUiam & Mary 


62 R 






Institute 


28 H 


11-14 (6-4H;5-9R;0-lN) 


67 Duke 


57 H 


1952-53 




67 George Washmgton 


73 H 


1941-42 




34 Marme Corps 




9-7SC 




56 South CaroUna 


61 H 


15-8 (8-2H: 6-5R; 1-lNl 


63 North Carohna 


61 H 


715 (4-5H; 3-lOR 




Institute 


50 H 


Maryland 




70 Vugmia 


52 H 


12-3SC 




68 Clemson 


66 H 


3-8SC 




42 N.C. State 


57 H 


63 Western Maryland 


58 R 


64 Davidson 


61 H 


Maryland 

71 Vugmia 

64 WiUiam & Mary 




58 N C State 


78 R 


Maryland 




42 Hampden-Sydney 


43 H 


52 Loyola 


63 H 


67 Richmond 


48 H 


61 H 


71 Wake Forest 


75 R 


41 Richmond 


23 R 


26 Vuguua 


57 R 


59 Davidson 


58 H 


44 South CaroUna 


59 R 


61 H 


57 Georgetown (2 OT) 


49 R 


34 William & Mary 


39 R 


27 Virginia MiUtary 




64 Washmgton & Lee 


70 R 


68 Clemson 


70 R 


53 Pennsylvama 


70 R 


67 Vugmia (OT) 


68 A 




63 R 


Institute 


35 R 


53 Virginia MiUtary 












52 West Vugmia 


45 H 






36 West Vnginia 




7 K^ 


■ 






15 Seton Hall 


59 R 


33 Virgmia 


61 H 


Listitute 


46 R 




¥ Jf^ 


1 




54 Vugmia MiUtary 




1955-56 




40 City College of 




63 Wffliam & Mary 


46 R 


64 Johns Hopkins 


53 R 




1 




Institute 


37 R 


14-10 (9-5H;5-4R,0-lN) 


New York 


57 R 


41 Merchant Marme 


54 R 


46 North CaroUna 


70 R 






jL 




58 Washmgton 8i Lee 


40 R 


7-7 ACC (5th) 




48 St- John's (NY.) 


64 R 


34 Army 


54 R 


42 Duke 


53 R 




1 -— - -^L f 


IT 




49 North CaroUna 


59 R 


Maryland 




35 Virginia 


34 R 


49 Duke 


76 S 


40 Georgetown 


52 R 




fA 




59 Vugmia 


56 R 


67 Vugmia 


55 H 


33 Duke 


37 R 






49 Clemson 


42 H 




A ct^ li 


^ 


63 Richmond (OT) 


60 R 


52 WUUam & Mary 


51 H 


28 Washmgton College 


25 H 


I94M6 




44 Vuguua 


64 R 




Jkr^ 


■ 


45 Georgetovra 


54 H 


61 Wake Forest 


51 H 


51 Georgetown 


42 R 


9-12 (8-4H; 1-7R: O-IN) 


47 Navy 


51 R 






■ 


65 Virgmia Polytechmc 




61 Kentucky 


62 H 


29 George Washmgton 


47 H 


5-5SC 




68 South CaroUna 


54 H 






^ 


Institute 


46 H 


62 North CaroUna 


68 H 


36 Virgmia 

41 Virgmia Military 


26 H 


Maryland 

61 Marme Corps Uistitu 




63 Virgmia MiUtary 




/a^ 


1 


68 North CaroUna 66 H 
62 George Washmgton (2 OT) 


75 Michigan State 

76 St Francis 


95 H 
66 H 


e46H 


Institute 


48 H 


BUDMILUKAN 




Institute 


46 R 


43 MarshaU 


50 H 


44 Army 


48 R 


17 Seasons 




63 


R 


76 South CaroUna 


57 H 


44 Washmgton & Lee 


52 R 


47 Quantico Marmes 


50 H 


64 Washmgton & Lee 


38 H 


1950-51 to 1966-6/ 


70 Vugmia Polytechmc 




62 George Washmgton 


48 H 


28 Washmgton & Lee 


30 H 


25 Duke 


69 R 


49 George Washington 


65 R 


Record: 143-182 




Institute 


56 R 


71 Clemson 


63 R 


47 Navy 


61 R 


47 N.C State 


39 R 


47 North CaroUna 


51 H 


Conference: 130-109 


46 Richmond 


49 H 


59 South CaroUna 


53 R 


42 Wilham & Mary 


32 H 


28 North CaroUna 


64 R 


56 Vugmia 


68 H 






67 Vugmia MiUtary 




64 N.C. State 


73 H 


27 West Virgima 


41 H 


35 Navy 


44 R 


60 Richmond 


53 H 


1950^1 




Institute 


41 H 


62 Duke 


76 R 


32 Army 


44 R 


37 N.C. State 


33 H 


54 South CaroUna 


53 R 


16-11 (10-3H; 5-7R: 1-lN) 


87 Washmgton & Lee 


56 H 


66 North CaroUna 


64 R 


30 North CaroUna 


34 H 


45 Vugima 


48 R 


63 Clemson 


61 R 


11-8 SC 




79 WilUam & Mary 


57 R 


62 Georgetown (OT) 


57 R 


46 Duke 


64 H 


43 Duke 


38 H 


62 Richmond 


64 R 


Maryland 




48 Georgetown 


49 R 


80 Navy 


61 H 


39 Virgmia Mihtary 




35 Hampden-Sydney 


32 H 


35 George Washington 


59 H 


59 Virgmia 


57 H 


47 Navy 


51 R 


70 Duke 


82 H 


Institute 


36 H 


48 George Washmgton 


35 H 


51 Davidson 


58 S 


65 Pennsylvama 


74 R 


66 George Washmgton 


53 H 


67 George Washmgton 


46 R 






31 North CaroUna 


33 H 






48 WiUiam & Mary 


41 H 


74 Duke 


65 S 


81 Clemson 


69 H 


1942-43 




37 Virgima 


36 H 


1948-49 




46 Vugmia 


43 R 


69 Wake Forest (OT) 


61 S 


71 N.C. State 


62 R 


8-8 (5-3H; 3-5R) 




43 Merchant Marme 


39 H 


9-18 (4-6H: 5-12R: 0-lN) 


52 Washmgton 8i Lee 


43 H 






60 Wake Forest 


76 R 


5-5SC 




37 Richmond 


31 H 


8-7SC 




51 Rutgers 


45 H 


1953-54 




60 Vugmia 


73 R 


Maryland 




36 WiUiam & Mary 


42 R 


Maryland 




67 North CaroUna 


59 R 


23-7 (9-2H; 13-4R; 1-lN) 


72 Georgetown 


61 H 


32 Richmond 


28 H 


33 West Virgmia 


35 H 


49 Temple 


67 R 


48 Richmond 


42 R 


7-ZACC (2nd) 




69 Duke 


94 A 


47 North Carolma 


40 H 


25 Army 


52 R 


60 Vugmia Polytechmc 




47 Navy 


51 R 


Maryland 








53 Virginia 


49 H 


31 Merchant Marme 


48 R 


Institute 


51 H 


58 Georgetown 


47 H 


53 South CaroUna 


49 R 


1956-57 




49 Pennsylvama 


51 R 


27 N.C. State 


54 S 


75 Loyola (Md.) 


77 R 


57 Virgmia Polytechruc 




31 Clemson 


41 R 


16-10 (8-2H:7-7R;MN) 


40 Washmgton & Lee 


50 R 






45 Richmond 


54 H 


Institute 


66 H 


54 Wake Forest 


71 R 


9-5 ACC (2nd) 




34 Virgmia Mihtary 




1946-47 




47 Virgmia 


53 H 


56 North CaroUna 


55 H 


69 WUUam & Mary 


54 R 


Maryland 




Institute 


35 R 


14-10 (9-3H; 5-6R; 0-lN ) 


74 Clemson 


50 H 


57 Davidson 


55 R 


71 West Vugmia 


54 R 


67 Vuguua 


63 R 


43 George Washmgton 


48 R 


9-4SC 




47 North CaroUna 


55 R 


43 South CaroUna 


70 R 


60 Vuginia Polytechmc 




62 Fotdham 


68 H 


63 Navy 


54 R 


Maryland 




49 Davidson 


52 R 


44 Clemson 


50 R 


Institute 


52 H 


59 Wake Forest 


53 H 


40 Army 


44 R 


43 West Vugmia 


81 R 


43 Vugmia 


79 R 


65 Washmgton & Lee 


83 R 


79 South CaroUna 


48 H 


55 Kentucky 


76 R 


43 Duke 


46 H 


49 Western Maryland 


39 H 


51 Georgetown 


53 R 






65 Arizona State 


50 R 


61 North CaroUna 


70 R 


55 Washmgton & Lee 


35 H 


41 Johns Hopkins 


36 H 


67 Pennsylvama 


81 R 


46 Vuginia MiUtary 




66 EvansviUe 


58 R 


89 Montana State 


72 R 


56 Virgmia 


42 R 


62 Quantico Marmes 


48 R 


46 Navy 


52 R 


Institute 


41 R 


54 Kentucky Wesleyan 


37 R 


93 New Mexico A&M 


45 R 


40 North CaroUna 


31 R 


42 North CaroUna 


58 R 


54 George Washington 


66 H 


47 South CaroUna 


37 H 


72 Richmond 


64 R 


43 Vugmia 


39 R 


36 Georgetown 


46 H 


39 Richmond 


41 H 


43 Miami (Ohio) 


42 R 


64 West Vugmia 


70 H 


70 Vugmia 


64 H 


59 Clemson 


52 R 


61 WUham & Mary 


36 H 


44 George Washington 


43 H 


48 Miami (Qhio) 


58 R 


40 Duke 


49 H 


75 Clemson 


54 H 


60 South CaroUna 


68 R 


35 Virginia Military 




65 Washmgton 8i Lee 


60 R 


33 Cmcumati 


70 R 


50 WiUiam & Mary 


55 R 


56 Georgetown (OT) 


58 R 


62 Duke 


51 H 


Institute 


36 H 


57 Virgima Polyteclmic 




53 Vugmia MiUtary 




54 Clemson 


50 H 


71 Richmond 


73 H 


68 George Washmgton 


48 R 






Institute 


49 R 


Institute 


45 R 


42 Richmond 


33 H 


68 George Washmgton 


61 H 


66 South CaroUna 


59 H 


1943-44 




61 Virgima MUitary 




66 Washmgton & Lee 


60 R 


47 George Washmgton 


67 R 


70 Vugmia 


56 R 


82 Georgetown 


69 H 


4-14 {3-6H; 1-7R; 0-lN) 
2-lSC 


Institute 


50 R 


79 South CaroUna 


49 H 


65 Vuguua MiUtary 




61 Tampa 


51 R 


79 N.C State 


66 H 


61 North CaroUna 


67 H 


42 North CaroUna 


66 H 


Institute 


46 H 


63 Miami (Fla.) 


67 R 


60 Duke 


72 R 


Maryland 

33 Quantico Mannes 




27 Navy 


55 R 


52 Georgetown 


56 H 


50 Clemson 


48 S 


51 Washmgton 8i Lee 


25 R 


84 George Washmgton 


67 H 


59 H 


59 Washmgton & Lee 


BOH 


57 South CaroUna 


56 R 


45 N.C. State 


54 S 


54 Vugmia Polytechnic 




61 North CaroUna (2 OT 


65 H 


39 Marshall 


46 H 


55 Georgetown 


49 H 


49 Clemson 


68 R 






Institute 


41 R 


85 Vugmia 


64 H 


20 BambndgeNavy 
20 Virginia 


52 H 


48 George Washmgton 


63 H 


66 Richmond 


51 R 






76 Washmgton & Lee 


43 H 


56 N.C. State 


49 R 


52 R 


49 Richmond 


68 R 


42 George Washington 


61 R 






61 Navy(OT) 


60 R 


58 Wake Forest 


62 R 




























55 Navy 


56 R 



125 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Through the Years 



74 Clemson 


65 H 


86 George Washmgton 




62 Georgetown 


59 R 


(OT) 


84 H 


71 Vugmia 


68 A 


64 North Carohna 


81 R 


64 South Carolina 


74 A 


67 Clemson (2 OT) 


59 R 






72 South Carohna 


55 R 


1957-58 




58 N C State 


74 A 


22-7{10-lH;7-5R; 51N) 






9-5 AC (4th) 




I96MI 




ACC Tournament 




14-12 (8-2H;6-9R;l-lN) 


Maryland 




6-8 ACC (4th) 




64 George Washington 


55 H 


Maryland 




61 Fordham 


58 R 


64 Penn State 


47 H 


71 Kentucky 


62 H 


57 Vuguua 


52 R 


72 Wake Forest 


58 H 


80 George Washmgton 


66 H 


88 Navy 


58 H 


64 Mirmesota 


63 R 


71 Vanderbat 


56 R 


78 Georgetovra 


67 R 


46 Memphis State (3 OT) 47 R 


80 Wake Forest 


72 H 


72 South Carohna 


59 R 


57 North Carohna 


81 R 


66 Clemson 


73 R 


87 N C State 


75 R 


74 Duke 


49 H 


84 Wyommg 


77 R 


74 North Carohna 


61 H 


72 South Carohna 


58 H 


55 Georgetown 


45 R 


55 Georgetown 


47 H 


48 NC State 


57 H 


62 Duke 


70 R 


64 Navy 


51 R 


52 North Carohna 


58 H 


87 Vuguua 


66 R 


63 Navy 


62 H 


74 Wake Forest 


87 R 


75 NC State 


57 R 


72 Clemson 


54 H 


56 North Carohna 


63 R 


64 NC State (3 OT) 


69 R 


69 Wake Forest 


78 R 


69 Vuguua 


56 H 


59 Clemson 


76 R 


59 Duke 


88 R 


61 South Carohna 


64 R 


59 North Carohna 


66 R 


68 NC State 


83 R 


56 Georgetown 


46 H 


76 Duke 


71 H 


99 South Carohna 


69 H 


44 George Washmgton 


63 R 


70 Virgmia 


66 A 


77 Vuguua 


62 H 


71 Duke(OT) 


65 A 


82 Clemson (OT) 


80 H 


86 North Carohna 


74 A 


91 Clemson 


75 A 


86 Boston College 


63 C 


76 Wake Forest 


98 A 


67 Temple 


71 C 






59 Manhanan 


55 C 


1961-62 








8-17 (4-6H: 4-lOR; 0-lN) 


1958-59 




3-11 ACC (7th) 




10-13 (7-3H; 3-9R; 0-lN 


Maryland 




7-7 ACC (T3rd) 




65 Penn State 


71 R 


Maryland 




78 Georgetown (2 OT) 


79 H 


53 N C State 


56 H 


68 NC State (OT) 


73 H 


62 Northwestern 


86 R 


75 Mmnesota 


69 H 


63 Vuguua 


56 H 


79 Wake Forest 


62 H 


56 Kentucky (OT) 


58 R 


91 Vuguua 


70 R 


50 Navy 


53 H 


82 Mississippi State 


64 R 


68 Wake Forest 


85 H 


64 Louisville 


83 R 


45 Mississippi State 


56 R 


67 George Washmgton 


56 R 


54 Loyola 


60 R 


77 South Carohna (OT) 


86 H 


64 Duke 


31 H 


83 Georgetown 


70 R 


59 South Carohna 


41 R 


68 Duke 


84 R 


46 Clemson 


55 R 


81 George Washington 


67 H 


61 Georgetown 


53 H 


81 N C. State 


68 R 


69 Duke 


78 R 


71 Miami (Ha) 


68 R 


57 North Carohna 


64 R 


58 Navy 


67 R 


53 Wake Forest 


56 R 


79 North Carohna 


62 H 


65 George Wastunglon 




88 South Carohna 


85 R 


(OT) 


86 H 


81 Clemson 


73 R 


37 N C State 


53 R 


63 Duke 


79 H 


77 Clemson 


58 H 


78 Wake Forest 


81 R 


50 Virgmia 


62 R 


67 North Carohna 


70 R 


69 North Carohna 


61 H 


68 Vuguua 


72 H 


67 Georgetown 
75 South Carohna 


56 R 

45 H 


68 Clemson 
68 Duke 


75 H 
71 A 


65 Virgmia 


66 A 


1962-63 




I95»«0 

15-8(8-2H;7-5R;0- 
9-5 ACC (3rdl 




8-13(6-6H;3-6R;0-lN) 


N) 


4-10 ACC (T6th) 
Maryland 
61 Penn State 


82 H 


Maryland 




70 Georgetovm 


79 R 


64 George Washmgton 


57 R 


56 Duke 


92 R 


70 Vuguua 


62 H 


74 NC State 


76 H 


59 Georgetown 


48 H 


87 Vugmia 


61 R 


47 Wake Forest 


54 H 


74 Wake Forest 


85 H 


63 Indiana 


72 R 


68 South Carolma 


63 H 


76 Fordham 


54 R 


74 George Washmgton 


72 H 


103 Yale 


80 H 


67 Navy 


61 H 


85 South Carohna 


62 H 


56 North Carohna 


78 H 


51 Georgetown 


66 R 


59 N C State 


79 R 


56 Duke 


48 R 


68 George Washmgton 


67 R 


83 NC State 


53 H 


73 Georgetown 


72 H 


51 Navy 


50 R 


68 North Carohna 


82 R 


66 North Carolma 


76 H 


60 Clemson 


82 R 


64 Wake Forest 


65 R 


51 South Carohna 


44 R 


44 Virgmia 


43 R 


54 Wake Forest 


75 R 


46 N C State 


48 R 


69 Vugmia 


71 H 


70 Clemson 


55 H 


70 Duke 


78 H 


71 Duke 


61 H 


89 Clemson 


67 H 






41 Wake Forest 


80 A 



I96»«4 

9-17(6-4H;4-12R;0- 
5-9 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

68 Vugmia 

72 Georgetown 

62 Penn State 
72 N C State 

74 West Vuguua 
56 Clemson 

59 Tennessee 

75 Louisiana State 

54 Arizona 
82 Columbia 

69 South Carohna (OT) 

55 Navy 

88 North Carohna 
85 NC State 
91 Wake Forest 
80 George Washmgton 

67 West Vugmia 

72 Duke 

77 Wake Forest 
74 North Carohna 

73 Vugmia 

63 Duke 

78 Georgetovra 

68 Clemson 

64 South Carohna 
67 Clemson 



IN) 



58 H 

83 R 
91 R 
82 H 

72 H 
48 H 
70 R 
85 R 
57 R 
76 R 

73 H 
68 R 
97 R 
66 R 

82 R 

78 R 
91 R 

104 H 

79 H 
64 H 
79 R 

84 R 
81 H 

83 R 

74 R 
81 A 



1964-65 

18-8 (9-3H. 8-4R; 1-lN) 
10-4 ACC (T2nd) 
Maryland 

72 Penn State 71 H 
82 George Washmgton 80 H 
59 Vugmia 61 R 
62 N C State 63 H 

73 West Vugmia (OT) 80 H 
82 Wake Forest 64 H 
81 Kansas (OT) 63 H 

66 Tulsa 59 R 
73 Miami (Fla.) 80 R 

76 North Carohna 68 H 

67 Clemson (2 OT) 66 R 
75 South Carohna 70 R 

77 Navy 58 H 
93 Wake Forest (OT) 85 R 
67 N C State 73 R 
91 North Carohna 80 R 
64 Duke 82 R 
86 West Vugmia 78 R 
85 Georgetown 67 R 
52 Vuguua 47 H 
70 Navy 67 R 
85 Duke 82 H 
88 Clemson 71 H 
73 South Carohna 69 H 
61 Clemson 50 A 
67 N C, State 78 A 



1965-66 

14-11 (7-3H; 7-7R; 0- 
7-7 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

81 Perni State 
87 Wake Forest 
69 N C. State 

82 Kansas 

63 Kansas State 
77 Georgetown 
74 West Vugmia 
69 Houston 

77 Dayton 

52 North Carohna 

62 Vuguua 

61 Duke 

58 NC. State (OT) 

107 George Washington 

66 Clemson 

78 South Carolma 
76 North Carolma 
86 Wake Forest (OT) 
74 Navy 

107 West Vuguua 
71 Vuguua 
69 Duke 
56 South Carohna 

69 Clemson 

70 North Carohna 



IN) 



65 R 

66 H 
48 H 
71 R 
57 R 

59 H 
76 R 

68 R 

75 R 
87 R 
85 H 

76 R 

60 R 
81 R 
71 R 
83 R 
66 H 
78 R 

69 H 
92 H 
64 R 
74 H 
42 H 
81 H 

77 A 



1966-67 

11-14 (5-5H. 6-8R;0 
5-9 ACC (T5th) 
Maryland 

78 Penn State 
54 NC State 

63 South Carohna 
85 Vugmia 

50 Oklahoma State 
53 Memphis State 

59 Wake Forest 
66 Davidson 

57 Army 

60 N C. State 

82 West Vuguua (OT) 
89 Duke (OT) 
88 Clemson 

58 West Vugmia 

53 South Carohna 

77 North Carohna 

78 George Washington 
49 Georgetovra 

87 Vugmia 

65 Navy 

68 Duke 

78 North Carohna 

61 Clemson 

64 Wake Forest 

54 Soutli Carolina 



IN) 



53 H 
38 R 
65 H 
65 R 
49 R 
55 R 
68 H 
65 R 

64 R 
55 H 
81 R 
72 H 
48 H 
61 H 
80 R 

85 R 
52 H 

80 R 
76 H 

86 R 

81 R 
79 H 

65 R 
78 R 
57 A 




FRANK FELLOWS 

2 Seasons 
1967-68 to 1968-69 

Record: 16-34 
Conference: 6-22 

1967-68 

8-16 (7-3H; 1-12R; 0-lN) 
4-10 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

71 Penn State 76 R 
84 George Washmgton 53 R 
62 N C State 75 H 
66 South Carohna 85 H 
60 Wake Forest 73 R 
53 Texas El-Paso 70 R 

72 Southern Ilhnois (OT) 73 R 



59 South Carohna 
52 N C, State 

79 West Vuguua 
52 Duke 

93 Clemson (2 OT) 
76 Navy 
73 Miami (Fla ) 
87 North Carohna 

84 Duke 

66 West Vuguua 

85 Virgmia 

87 Wake Forest 

80 North Carohna 

81 Clemson 
68 Vugmia 

68 Georgetown 
54 NC State 



88 R 
68 R 

75 H 

84 H 
94 R 

72 H 
93 R 

73 H 

85 R 
83 R 

76 H 

74 H 
83 R 
68 H 
70 R 
60 H 
63 A 



196849 




8-18(4-6H;4-llR;0-lN) 


2-12 ACC (T7th) 




Maryland 




66 Penn State 


58 H 


65 West Virgima 


88 R 


67 South Carohna 


79 R 


63 Pnnceton 


72 H 


87 Wake Forest 


95 R 


99 George Washmgton 


96 H 


89 Marshall 


80 R 


35 Miami (Fla) 


92 R 


89 Davidson 


83 R 


95 Wichita 


83 R 


71 Wake Forest 


93 R 


89 N C State 


86 R 



67 South Carohna 

85 Duke 

83 Clemson 

77 Vugmia 

87 North Carohna 
81 NC State 
91 West Virgima 

83 Duke 

68 Navy 

78 Vuguua 

86 North Carohna 

84 Clemson 

83 GeorgetovTO 
71 South Carohna 



69 H 
98 R 
78 H 
78 H 
107 R 
86 H 
84 H 
93 H 
72 R 
84 R 
88 H 
83 R 
78 R 
92 A 




CHARLES "LEFTY" DRIESELL 

17 Seasons 

1969-70 to 1986-86 

Record: 348159 

Conference: 122-100 



1969-76 

13-13 (10-4H; 3-8R; 0- 
5-9 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

97 Buffalo 

92 George Washmgton 

87 Pnnceton 

87 Wake Forest 

68 South Carohna 
54 Army 

94 Fordham 
94 Delaware 
57 N C State 

96 Wake Forest 
83 West Vugmia 

44 South Carohna 

75 Clemson 
73 Navy 

97 Mame 
52 Duke 

69 North Carohna 
54 N C State 

81 Georgetown 

69 Vuguua 

83 North Carohna 
78 Duke 
103 Clemson 

78 West Vugmia 

79 Vugima 
57 N C State 

1976-71 

14-12 (11-4H;3-7R;0- 
5-9 ACC (T6th) 
Maryland 

88 Delaware 
109 Buffalo 
85 Lehigh 

72 Wake Forest 

70 South Carohna 

79 Georgetown 

80 Tampa 

111 Miami (Fla) 
99 Richmond 

81 NC State 

31 South Carohna 
56 Clemson 

69 George Washmgton 
88 Loyola (Md ) 

70 North Carolma 
61 N C State 

88 Duke 
83 Vugmia 
87 Duke 

76 North Carohna 
56 Seton Hall 

45 Clemson 

81 West Vugmia 
66 Wake Forest 

89 Vuguua 

63 South Carolma 



IN) 



77 H 
71 R 

75 R 
104 H 
101 H 

69 H 
71 H 
58 H 
91 R 
88 R 

76 H 
55 R 
83 R 

67 H 

68 H 
50 H 

77 H 
64 R 
71 H 
71 R 
90 R 
87 R 
85 H 
83 R 
71 H 
67 A 



IN) 



73 H 

70 H 

66 H 

71 H 
96 R 
92 R 

72 H 

77 H 

67 H 
83 H 
30 H 
52 H 
67 H 

69 R 
105 R 

71 R 
79 R 

78 R 

70 H 
100 H 

55 R 
51 R 

83 H 

72 R 

84 H 

71 A 



1971-72 




27-5(14-0H;7-4R;6-lN) 


8-4 ACC (T2ndl 




NTT Champions 




Maryland 




100 Brown 


83 H 


118 George Washmgton 96 R 


57 Vugima 


78 R 


79 Georgetovm 


46 H 


88 Camsus 


77 H 


73 Loyola (Md.) 


60 R 


102 Holy Cross 


79 R 


103 Western Kentucky 


67 H 


90 St John's 


69 H 


83 N C State 


70 H 


61 Clemson 


63 R 


49 Wake Forest 


46 R 


85 Navy 


60 R 


82 Buffalo 


58 H 


72 North Carohna 


92 R 


66 N C State 


66 R 


77 Duke 


68 H 


85 Duquesne 


71 H 


78 Long Island Umversity 60 R 


79 North Carohna (OT) 


77 H 


87 Clemson 


57 H 


76 Richmond 


61 H 


59 Duke 


68 R 


84 Wake Forest (OT) 


58 H 


45 Vugmia 


42 H 


64 Clemson 


52 A 


62 Vugmia 


57 A 


64 North Carohna 


73 A 


67 St Joseph's 


55 T 


71 Syracuse 


65 T 


91 Jacksonville 


77 T 


100 Niagara 


69 T 


1972-73 




23-7(12-lH;8-4R: 3-2N) 


7-5 ACC (3rd) 




Maryland 




127 Brown 


82 H 


82 Richmond 


50 R 


107 Camsus 


80 H 


99 Georgetovm 


73 R 


88 George Washmgton 


79 H 


90 Georgia Tech 


55 H 


90 Syracuse 


76 H 


76 Kent State 


58 H 


79 Clemson 


75 R 


93 Vuguua 


74 H 


85 N C State 


87 H 


76 Navy 


67 R 


105 Wake Forest 


76 H 


100 Long Island 




Umversity 


73 H 


94 North Carohna 


88 H 


78 NC State 


89 R 


81 Duke 


85 R 


83 Fordham 


72 R 


93 Buffalo 


64 H 


85 North Carohna 


95 R 


69 Clemson 


86 H 


81 Duquesne 


71 R 


96 Duke 


68 H 


60 Wake Forest 


62 R 


92 Virgmia 


81 R 


77 Clemson 


61 A 


73 Wake Forest 


66 A 


74 N C State 


76 A 


91 Syracuse 


75 C 


89 Providence 


103 C 


1973-74 




23-5(12-lH;9-3R:2-lN) 


9-3 ACC (T2nd) 




Maryland 




64 UCLA 


86 R 


106 Eastern Kentucky 


57 H 


115 Georgetown 


83 H 


78 San Francisco 


60 R 


63 Santa Clara 


32 R 


102 Holy Cross 


75 H 


58 Boston College 


37 H 


96 Richmond 


60 R 


89 Clemson 


80 H 


72 Wake Forest 


59 R 


74 NC State 


80 R 


112 Fordham 


73 H 


72 Navy 


50 R 



126 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terps Through the Years 



86 Canisus 


73 H 


58 Prmceton 


45 H 


I97»«0 


1 


40 Vugmia (OT) 


45 R 


73 Nonh Caiolina 


82 R 


80 East Carohna 


69 H 


24-7, 160H; 4-4R. 4-3N) 1 


62 Clemson 


57 H 


80 N C State 


86 H 


92 DePaul 


74 H 


11-3 ACC (1st) 




91 Camsus 


73 H 


101 Duke 


83 H 


76 Appalachian State 


74 H 


ACC Regular Season 




51 Notre Dame 


55 R 


88 Virginia 


81 R 


106 BuckneU 


72 H 


Champions 




50 WiUiam 8i Mary 


43 R 


92 George Washington 


71 R 


84 Xaviet 


74 H 


Maryland 




61 Georgia Tech 


64 R 


91 Nonh Carolina 


80 H 


96 Syracuse 


85 H 


82 Md -Eastern Shore 


58 H 


61 Wake Forest 


56 H 


56 Clemson 


54 R 


90 Richmond 


87 H 


56 Penn State 


65 N 


77 Duke 


60 H 


98 Duquesne 


72 H 


86 Wake Forest (OT) 


86 H 


71 Georgetown 


83 N 


94 Hofstra 


59 H 


64 Duke 


61 R 


87 N C State 


80 H 


72 Brovra 


59 H 


56 North Carohna 


69 R 


77 Wake Forest 


68 H 


62 Navy 


54 N 


113 Cathohc 


79 H 


66 Clemson 


75 R 


no Vugmia 


75 H 


71 Clemson 


93 R 


70 Georgia Tech 


60 H 


42 wake Forest 


48 R 


85 Duke 


66 A 


68 North Carohna 


71 H 


95 BuckneU 


73 H 


38 N C, State 


52 H 


105 North Carolina 


85 A 


75 N C State 


73 R 


115 Miami (Ohio) 


76 H 


47 Vugmia (OT) 


46 H 


100 NC State (OT) 


103 A 


76 George Washington 


86 H 


85 Temple 


63 H 


28 NC State 


40 A 






82 Vugmia 


87 H 


83 Georgia Tech 


73 R 


66 Richmond 


50 T 


1974-75 




65 Duke (OT) 


64 R 


84 Wake Forest 


76 R 


69 Georgia 


83 T 


24-6 I12-2H; 10-IR; 2 2N) 1 


70 North Carohna 


97 R 


62 N C State 


67 R 


1982-83 




10-2 AGO 




84 Clemson 


78 H 


95 Pittsburgh 


88 H 




ACC Regular Season 1 


88 Pittsburgh 


75 H 


84 Clemson 


83 H 


20-10(14-3H;5-4R;l-3N) 


Champions 




85 Duke 


72 H 


92 North Carohna 


86 R 


8-6 ACC (T3rd) 




MaiYland 




81 Wake Forest 


80 R 


66 N C State 


62 H 


Maryland 




106 Richmond 


81 H 


68 Vugmia 


77 R 


63 Notre Dame 


64 R 


79 Penn State 


97 N 


99 Wake Forest 


78 R 


72 NC State 


82 A 


63 Vugmia 


61 R 


91 Md -Eastern Shore 


70 H 


99 Long Island University 84 H 


1977-78 




101 Duke 


82 H 


67 Cansius 


66 R 


104 Georgetown 


71 R 




70 North Carohna 


69 H 


56 St Joseph's 


64 H 


113DePaul 


49 H 


16-13 (10-4H; 1-8R; 4-lN) 


81 Clemson 


90 R 


85 Duquesne 


64 H 


81 George Washington 


87 R 


3-9 ACC (6th) 




99 Boston 


76 H 


66 Towson State 


56 H 


105 Georgia Tech 


67 H 


Maryland 




85 East Carohna 


72 H 


80 UCLA (2 OT) 


79 H 


76 UCLA 


81 H 


95 BuckneU 


62 H 


61 Duke 


66 R 


73 Amencan 


71 H 


96 Appalachian State 


50 H 


78 Amencan 


65 N 


83 Wake Forest 


77 H 


56 WUham & Mary 


51 H 


90 Notre Dame 


82 H 


91 Georgetown 


87 N 


82 Vugmia 


71 H 


64 Vuguua 


83 H 


83 Duke 


77 H 


89 Penn State 


80 N 


52 Georgia Tech (OT) 


49 A 


71 North Carohna 


72 R 


89 Wake Forest 


73 H 


130 East Carohna 


106 H 


91 Clemson 


85 A 


67 Duke 


56 H 


103 NC State 


86 H 


90 George Washmgton 


101 R 


72 Duke 


73 A 


80 Clemson 


61 R 


87 Navy 


73 R 


94 Long Island 




86 Tennessee 


75 C 


68 Notre Dame 


67 H 


82 Clemson 


83 R 


Umversity 


64 H 


68 Georgetown 


74 C 


55 Holy Cross 


53 H 


66 North Carohna 


69 H 


99 Army 


77 H 






56 N C State 


81 H 


98 NC State 


97 R 


91 Western Kentucky 


78 H 


I98IMI 




98 Navy 


73 H 


86 Virginia 


79 H 


65 Georgia Tech 


63 H 


21-10 (12-3H;6-5R;3-2N) 


87 OldDomuuon 


67 H 


65 Fordham 


46 R 


78 Duke 


88 H 


8-6 ACC (4th) 




77 Georgia Tech 


68 H 


104 Duke 


80 R 


75 Wake Forest 


84 R 


Maryland 

86 Navy 




66 Wake Forest 


79 R 


96 North Carohna 


74 R 


82 NC State 


88 R 


64 H 


106 North Carohna 


94 H 


70 Vngmia 


51 R 


74 Air Force 


73 H 


95 Amencan 


65 H 


92 Clemson 


88 H 


103 Duquesne 


82 R 


90 Clemson 


75 H 


96 Wagner 


73 R 


101 Duke 


90 R 


70 Clemson 


64 H 


71 North Carohna 


85 R 


83 Syracuse 


73 R 


60 Georgia Tech 


70 R 


104 East Tennessee 


87 H 


73 N C State 


80 H 


109 Farleigh Dickmson 


83 H 


83 Wake Forest 


75 H 


85 N C State 


87 A 


54 Notre Dame 


69 R 


67 Louisville 


78 R 


67 N C, State 


68 R 


83 Creighton 


79 C 


64 Vugmia 


66 R 


82 N C State (OT) 


75 H 


81 Vugmia 


83 R 


83 Notre Dame 


71 C 


81 Nevada Las-Vegas 


68 H 


66 Georgia Tech 
114 MarshaU 


55 R 


58 Georgia Tech (OT) 


64 A 


82 Louisville 


96 C 


64 North Carohna 


66 H 


89 H 


52 Termessee Chattanooga51C 






80 Clemson 


75 R 


74 St Joseph's 


57 H 


50 Houston 


60 C 


1975-76 




86 Pittsburgh (OT) 


89 R 


69 WUham & Mary 


64 H 


1983-84 




22-6 (13-2H; 8-3R; MN) 


70 Duke 


81 R 


66 North Carohna 


75 R 




7-5 ACC (T2nd) 




91 Wake Forest 


89 H 


94 Duke 


79 H 


24-8 (13-2H; 6-4 R; 5-2 N) 


Maryland 




70 Virgmia 


79 H 


64 Vugmia 


66 H 


9-5 ACC (2nd) 




127 East Carohna 


84 H 


109 N C State (3 OT) 


108 A 


68 Clemson (OT) 


62 R 


ACC Tournament Champions 


99 DePauw 


42 H 


69 Duke 


81 A 


81 Md -Eastern Shore 


66 H 


Maryland 




98 Richmond 


71 R 






70 Notre Dame 


73 H 


87 Johns Hopkms 


65 H 


122 Boston Umversity 


82 H 


1978-79 




69 Pittsburgh (OT) 


66 R 


68 Ohio State 


72 N 


93 Georgia Tech 


65 H 


19-11 (12-4H; 4-4R; 3-3N) 


72 Georgia Tech 


64 H 


77 Camsus 


56 H 


81 Fordham 


56 H 


6-6 ACC (4th) 




60 Wake Forest 


67 R 


67 Penn State 


58 N 


70 UNC Charlotte 


60 H 


Maryland 




54 Duke 


55 R 


78 Duquesne 


67 R 


104 Seton Hall 


69 H 


107 BuckneU 


97 H 


72 Clemson 


70 H 


104 Md -Eastern Shore 


69 H 


66 Prmceton 


59 H 


66 Georgetown 


68 N 


63 North Carohna 


76 H 


89 Boston College 


76 H 


111 Long Island Umversity88 H 


81 Au Force 


68 R 


94 Wake Forest 


80 H 


58 Randolph Macon 


62 H 


82 George Washmgton 


72 R 


88 Nevada Las- Vegas 


94 R 


76 N C, State 


72 R 


96 La Salle 


83 H 


93 Wake Forest 


96 R 


69 Penn State 


61 N 


63 Vugmia 


74 R 


69 N C State 


55 R 


87 N C State 


69 R 


86 Biscayne 


60 H 


56 Duke 


53 A 


58 WUham & Mary 


44 H 


87 Navy 


69 R 


82 East Carohna 


71 H 


85 Vugmia 


62 A 


62 Nonh Carohna 


74 H 


77 Clemson 


82 H 


124 N C State 


110 H 


60 North Carohna 


61 A 


81 Duke 


66 R 


93 North Carohna (0T| 


95 R 


129 Camsus 


103 H 


81 Tennessee 




85 Clemson 


72 H 


102 NC State 


84 H 


62 St Joseph's (OT) 


56 H 


Chattanooga 


69 C 


69 OldDomuuon 


68 R 


69 Notre Dame 


63 R 


83 Southern Califorma 


79 H 


64 Indiana 


99 C 


47 Notre Dame 


52 R 


69 Vugmia 


66 R 


84 George Washmgton 


72 H 






67 Virgmia 


66 R 


102 Duke 


91 H 


60 Wake Forest 


66 H 


1981-82 




70 Georgia Tech 


71 R 


69 North Carohna 


81 H 


82 N C State (2 OT) 


81 R 


16-13 (13-3H;2-8R; 


1-2N) 


87 Wake Forest 


90 R 


98 Clemson 


89 R 


84 Louisville 


99 H 


5-9 ACC (5th) 




84 Duke 


89 H 


72 Georgetown 


63 R 


77 Clemson 


63 R 


Maryland 

49 St Peter's 




61 Dayton 


59 H 


67 Duke 


69 R 


53 North Carohna 


54 H 


42 H 


66 Clemson (3 OT) 


65 R 


105 Wake Forest 


91 H 


82 Navy 


62 H 


82 Lafayette 


58 H 


63 North Carohna 


78 R 


81 Virgmia 


73 H 


66 Notre Dame 


65 H 


87 Long Island Umversity 79 H 


79 Georgia Tech 


74 H 


80 Duke (OT) 


78 A 


63 Virgmia 


69 H 


74 George Mason 


62 H 


90 Wake Forest 


79 H 


65 Vugima 


73 A 


78 Duke 


87 R 


76 Md. -Eastern Shore 


64 H 


63 N C State 


50 H 






67 North Carohna 


76 R 


75 Towson State 


69 H 


74 Vugmia 


66 H 


1976-77 




77 Clemson 


69 H 


53 N C State 


74 R 


69 N C State 


63 A 


19-8(15-4H:3-3R;MN) 
7-5 ACC (4th) 


70 Duke 

64 Wake Forest 


68 H 
53 R 


90 Ohio Umversity 
43 Georgia Tech 


64 H 
46 H 


66 Wake Forest 
74 Duke 


64 A 
62 A 


Maryland 




72 Vugmia 


75 R 


67 UCLA 


90 R 


102 West Vugmia 


77 C 


79 Notre Dame (OT) 


80 H 


75 Clemson 


67 A 


50 North Carohna 


66 H 


70 nhnois 


72 C 


86 Ball State 


70 H 


79 North Carohna 


102 A 


40 Duke 


36 R 






49 Long Island Umversity 45 H 


67 Rhode Island (3 OT) 
72 Ohio State 


85 T 

79 T 











1984-85 


1 










26-12 (14-2 H:7-6R: 4-4 N) | 










8-6 ACC (T4th) 












Maryland 












56 Kansas 


58 N 










54 Alaska 


52 R 










72 Tennessee 


49 N 










56 West Virgmia 


47 H 




^^^■p^^ 






95 Cleveland St 


84 H 




\ ^a^H 


L 




59 Alabama 


54 R 
73 H 






L 




76 Ohio State 










87 Md-Eastem Shore 


48 H 


BOB WADE 




81 Loyola 


74 R 


3 Seasons 




78 lowa(OT) 


68 N 


1986-87 to 1988-89 




79 Hawau 


71 R 


Record: 36-60 




69 Georgia Tech 


70 N 


Conference: 7-35 




58 N C State 


66 H 






61 Dayton 


67 R 


1986-87 




74 North Carohna 


75 R 


9-17 (8-8 H; 1-8 R; 0-1 N) 


78 Duke (OT) 


76 H 


014 ACC(8th) 




94 Clemson 


84 H 


Maryland 




76 UNLV 


78 R 


76 Wmthrop 


58 H 


99 Holy Cross 


75 H 


70 Farleigh Dickmson 


59 H 


77 Notre Dame 


85 H 


60 Notre Dame 


63 H 


77 Vaianova 


74 H 


47 N C State 


69 R 


71 Vugmia 


58 H 


79 Towson State 


71 H 


60 Georgia Tech 


72 H 


65 North Carohna 


98 R 


87 OldDomuuon 


75 H 


64 Vugima 


71 H 


64 Wake Forest 


62 R 


61 Duke 


85 H 


62 Duke 


70 R 


64 Clemson 


72 R 


64 North Carohna 


60 H 


77 BuckneU 


68 H 


64 Clemson 


71 R 


65 West Vugmia 


62 H 


43 Georgia Tech 


48 R 


73 OldDomuuon 


87 R 


91 Towson State 


38 H 


90 James Madison 


76 R 


69 Wake Forest 


66 H 


72 Georgia Tech 


76 R 


71 N C State 


70 H 


58 Wake Forest 


69 R 


60 Virginia 


56 R 


79 Clemson 


80 H 


73 Duke 


86 A 


67 Duke 


76 R 


69 Miami (OH) (OT) 


58 C 


74 Georgia Tech 


78 H 


64 Navy 


59 C 


86 North Carohna 


93 H 


43 VUlanova 


46 C 


73 Central Flonda 


93 H 






78 UMBC 


64 H 


I98&46 




68 Wake Forest 


75 H 


19-14 (10-6 H; 6-7 R; 


3-2 N) 


72 N C State 


85 H 


6-8 ACC (8th) 




117 Md -Eastern Shore 


51 H 


Maryland 




77 Vuguua 


82 R 


48 Northeastern 


72 H 


63 North Carohna 


82 A 


81 George Mason 


80 R 






66 Ohio State 


78 R 


1987-88 




74 Farleigh Dickinson 


51 H 


18-13 (8-4 H; 6-7 R; 4-2 N) 


77 WUham & Mary 


48 H 


6-8 ACC (5th) 




61 UNLV 


64 H 


Maryland 




42 West Vuguua 


41 R 


74 Loyola (Md.) 


60 N 


91 Towson State 


58 H 


77 Mississippi 


96 N 


60 Alabama 


58 H 


65 Wmthrop 


52 H 


67 Stanford 


65 N 


49 West Vugmia 


76 R 


92 Hawau Pacific 


85 R 


82 St Mary's 


54 R 


75 Duke 


81 H 


75 East Carohna 


59 H 


74 Rand Macon 


50 H 


54 Louisiana State 


55 R 


67 Georgia Tech 


68 R 


82 South Carohna 


77 H 


67 North Carohna 


71 H 


88 Arkansas 


61 H 


49 Vuguua 


70 R 


93 Wake Forest 


76 H 


56 NC State 


67 H 


85 Missouri 


93 R 


68 Duke 


80 R 


68 Clemson 


53 H 


77 Wake Forest 


65 H 


66 North Carolma 


71 H 


62 VUlanova 


64 R 


72 Duke 


69 R 


62 Notre Dame 


69 R 


72 Vuguua 


84 R 


78 Clemson 


69 R 


81 NC. State 


83 H 


67 NC State 


66 R 


78 Notre Dame 


75 R 


60 Clemson 


70 R 


70 Old Dommion 


65 R 


91 Md-Eastem Shore 


44 H 


83 Georgia Tech 


96 H 


77 North Carohna (OT) 


72 R 


70 Clemson 


66 R 


70 Georgia Tech 


77 H 


83 Duke 


90 H 


59 Wake Forest 


48 R 


82 Georgia Tech 


104 R 


87 Vugmia 


72 H 


73 North Carolina 


74 R 


85 North Carohna 


75 A 


101 Md-Eastem Shore 


51 H 


62 Georgia Tech 


64 A 


70 Wake Forest 


65 R 


69 Pepperdine 


64 C 


68 N.C. State 


74 R 


64 UNLV 


70 C 


69 Virgima 


63 H 






84 Georgia Tech 


67 A 






64 North Carohna 


74 A 






92 Cal.-Santa Barbara 


82 C 






81 Kentucky 


90 C 



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Terps Through the Years 



1988-89 

9-20 (5-9 H; 10 R; 4- 
113 ACC(8th) 
Maryland 

74 Texas Christian 
69 Georgia State 

97 Md -Eastern Shore 
51 South CaroUna 

73 Morgan State 
68 Arkansas 

74 Monmouth 
61 West Virgmia 
74 Lamar 

51 Texas El-Paso 

77 Louisiana State 
60 Wake Forest 

58 Clemson 

72 North Carohna 

72 Duke 

68 VugmialOT) 

73 Missoun 
67 N C, State 

78 UMBC 

74 Georgia Tech 

98 Clemson 

60 Duke 

66 Georgia Tech 

76 North Carolma 

61 Wake Forest 

77 N C State 

59 Virgmia 
71 N C State 

58 North Carohna 



INI 



67 N 
62 N 
53 H 
57 R 
61 H 
73 R 
70 H 
69 H 

65 N 
69 R 

69 H 

70 R 
75 R 
88 R 
82 H 
64 H 
87 H 
90 H 

66 H 
87 R 

87 H 
86 R 

67 H 
86 H 
75 H 
94 R 
86 R 
49 A 

88 A 




GARY WaLLAMS 

6 Seasons 
1989-90 to Present 

Record: 105-77 
Conlerence: 38-52 

1989-90 

19-14 (12-4 H; 3-7 R; 4-3 N) 
6-8 ACC (T5th) 
Maryland 

87 Delaware 53 H 
106 Augusta College 74 H 
51 South Carohna 52 N 
78 Army 60 N 
65 Connecticut 87 N 
68 Jacksonville 53 H 

63 Coppm State 70 H 
104 George Mason 86 N 
91 E Tennessee St- 86 N 
98 CSU-Sacramento 68 N 

110 Alcorn State 91 H 

88 Wake Forest 82 H 

77 Clemson 82 R 
98 North Carohna 88 H 
80 Duke 91 R 
74 Virgmia 72 R 
61 Boston Umversity 65 R 
84 South Flonda 66 H 
61 N C State 81 R 

89 Virgmia Tech 80 H 
84 Georgia Tech 90 H 

73 Clemson 75 H 

111 Duke{OT) 114 H 

78 Georgia Tech 80 R 
80 North CaroUna 76 R 

64 Southern Cal 62 R 
113 Md -Baltimore Cty 61 H 

74 Wake Forest 84 R 
96 N C State 96 H 
89 Virgmia 74 H 
84 Duke 104 A 
91 Massachusetts 81 T 
78 Penn State 80 T 



1990-91 

16-12 (11-3 H; 3-8 R; 
5-9 ACC (7th) 
Maryland 

93 Towson State 

72 Southern Callforma 
85 West Virgmia 

85 Boston College 
70 Jacksonville 
93 UC-Irvme 

64 Lafayette 

86 Rutgers 
78 South Carohna 
62 Wake Forest 
81 Clemson 

92 Md -Baltimore Cty 

73 North Carohna 
78 Duke 
62 Virgmia 

87 South Flonda 

85 Boston Umversity 
104 NC State 
72 American 

65 Georgia Tech 

69 Clemson 

81 Duke 
96 Georgia Tech 

75 North Carolma 

82 Virgmia Tech 

86 Wake Forest 
91 NC State 

78 Virginia (OT) 

1991-92 

14-15 (10-5 H; 2-7 R; 2- 
5-11 ACC (8th) 
Maryland 

83 Mount St. Mary's 

1 1 5 Md -Eastern Shore 

93 Amencan 

76 Providence 
101 West Virginia 

79 Louisville 

83 Towson State 
83 Ridei CoUege 
79 Rutgers 

64 Evansville 

67 Georgia Tech (#15) 

66 Duke (#1) 

88 N C State 

76 North Carohna (#14) 

83 Flonda State (#23) 

76 Wake Forest 

84 Clemson 
75 Vugmia 

93 Flonda State 

65 Georgia Tech 

77 N C State 

89 Duke(#l) 

70 Clemson 

84 UNC-Greensboto 
82 North Carohna (#10) 
77 Wake Forest 

74 Virgima 
81 Clemson 

87 Duke (#1) 



2-1 N) 



69 H 
59 H 
90 R 
100 N 
71 R 

79 H 
48 H 
81 N 
69 N 
74 R 

65 H 

66 H 
105 R 

94 H 
76 H 
81 R 
59 H 

100 H 
69 H 

80 R 

73 R 

101 R 
93 H 
87 H 

67 R 
78 H 

114 R 

74 R 



3N) 



63 H 
60 H 

68 H 

66 N 

91 H 
96 R 
76 H 

69 H 

95 N 

75 N 

92 R 
83 H 
94 R 

96 R 

85 R 

86 H 
71 H 
82 R 
86 A 

67 H 

74 H 
91 R 
82 R 
55 H 
80 H 
66 R 

76 H 

75 N 
94 N 



1992-93 lesults 

12-16 (8-7H: 2-8 R, 2-1 N) 
2-14 ACC (8tb) 
Maryland 

103 Md -Baltimore Cty 80 H 

72 West Virgmia 86 R 

94 Md -Eastern Shore 63 H 

98 American 67 H 

93 La Salle 76 R 

78 Towson State 68 H 
103 Morgan State 63 H 

72 Louisville 67 H 
109 Howard 69 H 
75 Georgia Tech 85 H 

73 North Carohna 101 R 
85 Flonda State 105 R 
73 Wake Forest 86 H 
89 Oklahoma 78 N 
70 NC State 65 R 
72 Clemson 82 R 

62 Duke 78 H 
68 Virgmia 70 H 

79 Georgia Tech 93 R 

63 North Carohna 77 H 



84 Flonda State 


87 H 


71 Georgia Tech 


83 H 


80 


Georgia Tech (#24) 


67 H 


47 Massacusetts (#5) 


50 N 


64 Wake Forest 


88 R 


89 North Carohna (#1) 


95 R 


90 


North Carohna (#1) 


100 R 


98 Geo Washmgton 


81 N 


88 NC. State 


71 H 


69 Florida State 


66 R 


70 


Flonda State 


57 R 


88 Howard 


71 H 


73 Clemson 


81 H 


81 Wake Forest 


58 H 


76 


Wake Forest (#14) 


66 H 


63 UCLA 


73 N 


79 Duke 


95 R 


94 Loyola (MD) 


71 H 


84 


N C. State 


67 R 


83 Rider 


67 H 


74 Vugmia 


88 R 


71 N C State 


79 R 


66 


Clemson 


51 R 


104 Amencan 


79 H 


78 N C, State 


55 A 


73 Clemson 


67 R 


74 


Duke 


72 H 


104 Md -Eastern Shore 


66 H 


66 North Carohna 


102 A 


69 Duke (#2) 


73 H 


71 


Virgmia (#15) 


62 H 


84 Georgia Tech 


98 R 






70 Vugmia 


68 H 


91 


Georgia Tech (#21) 


100 R 


86 North Carolma 




1993-94 




63 Virgmia 


69 N 


86 


North CaroUna (#1) 


73 H 


(#16) (OT) 


88 H 


18-12 (10-3H, 4-6R, 4-3N1 


74 St Louis (#22) 


66 N 


80 


Flonda State 


65 H 


64 Wake Forest (#8) 


77 R 


8-8 ACC (T4th) 




95 Massachusetts (#9) 


87 N 


54 


Wake Forest (#14) 


63 R 


118 Delaware State 


55 H 


Maryland 




71 Michigan (#11) 


78 N 


74 


Cmcirmatl 


72 N 


77 N C State (OT) 


74 H 


84 Georgetown (#16) (OT)83 R 






84 


NC State 


71 H 


65 Clemson (#181 


60 H 


92 Cornell 


41 H 


1994-95 




84 


Clemson 


68 H 


73 Duke 


83 R 


93 Rider 


79 H 


26-8 (16-0 H; 4-4 R: 6-4 N) 


94 


Duke 


92 R 


80 Vugmia 


72 R 


89 Md Baltimore County 80 H 


12-4 ACC (Tlst) 




67 


Virgmia (#13) 


92 R 


88 Georgia Tech (#25) 


74 H 


85 Morgan State 


62 H 


Maryland 




71 


Flonda State 


64 N 


84 North Carohna (#11) 


78 R 


86 Oklahoma 


88 N 


95 Chammade 


67 N 


92 


Nonh Carohna 




78 Flonda State 


100 R 


109 Towson State 


71 N 


90 Utah 


78 N 




(#2)(0T) 


97 N 


78 Wake Forest (#8) 


85 H 


93 Hotstra 


67 N 


90 Anzona State 


97 N 


87 


Gonzaga 


63 N 


91 Missoun 


72 H 


80 Massachusetts (#9) 


94 N 


92 Loyola (Md) 


62 H 


82 


Texas 


68 N 


86 N C- State 


84 R 


91 Georgia Tech (#12) 


88 R 


102 BuckneU 


64 H 


89 


Connecticut (#8) 


99 N 


61 Clemson 


68 R 


70 North CaroUna (#2) 


76 H 


102 UMBC 


77 H 








76 Duke 


77 H 


80 Flonda State 


74 H 


113 Colgate 


53 H 




199^96 




83 Virgmia 


71 H 


61 Wake Forest 


68 R 


74 Massachusetts (#5) 


85 N 




17-13 (11-3H,3-5R,3-5N) 


88 Flonda State 


78 H 


102 NC. State 


70 H 


120 Towson State 


73 H 




8-8 ACC (T4th) 




82 Duke 


69 A 


73 Clemson 


53 H 


138 Morgan State 


72 H 


Maryland 




79 Georgia Tech (#18) 


84 A 


62 Duke (#2) 


75 R 


96 LaSaUe 


80 H 


84 


Kentucky (#1) 


96 N 


79 Santa Clara 


91 C 


73 Virgmia 


66 R 


98 Amencan 


77 H 


70 


Towson State 


67 N 







ACC Series Anatomies 



Clemson (Maryland leads 70-39) 

Last Maryland Win 
Last Clemson Win 
Wilhams at Maryland 
Terps at Home 
Terps on the Road 
Terps at Neutral Sites 
Terps smce 1954. 
Last 10 games 
Longest Winnmg Streak: 
Largest Margm of Victory- 
Largest Margm m Loss: 
Most Pomts Scored 
By Decade: 30s 



60s 
6Cs 

Duke (Duke leads 85-501 

Last Maryland Wm 

Last Duke Wm 

Wilhams at Maryland vs Duke 

Terps at Home 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites 

Terps smce 1954 

Last 10 Games 

Longest Winnmg Streak: 

Largest Margm of Victory 

Largest Margm m Loss 

Most Pomts Scored 

By Decade 20s 

30s 

40s 

60s 



1-1 

4-3 

13-5 

14-9 



Jan 24. 1996, Home: 65-60 

Feb, 24, 1996, Away, 68-61 

7-8 

41-10 

19-28 

10-1 

63-32 

5-6 

11 (1951-57) 

81-41, Away (1953-641 

93-71. Away (1976-77) 

103-83, Home, (1969-70) 

70s 18-6 

80s 14-7 

90s 7-8 



March 8, 1996, Neutral; 82-69 

February 28. 1995, Home, 77-75 

3-14 

31-30 

12-45 

710 

36-62 

3-7 

7(1973-76) 

64-31. Home. (1958-59) 

92-66. Away. (1952-53) 

111-114. Home. (1989-90) 
60s 4-17 

70s 14-9 

80s 10-14 

90s 3-14 



Florida State (Maryland leads. 7-4) 

Last Maryland Win 
Last Flonda State Wm 
Williams at Maryland vs Flonda St 
Terps at Home 
Terps on the Road 
Terps at Neutral Sites 
Terps smce 1954 
Last 10 Games 
Longest Wmnmg Streak 
Largest Margm of Victory 
Largest Margm m Loss- 
Most Pomts Scored 
By Decade 90s 7-4 



March 4. 1996; Home; 88-78 
February 10. 1996; Away. 100-78 

7-4 
3-2 
3-2 
1-0 
74 
7-3 

5(1994 96) 

70-57; Away. (1994-95) 
100-78. Away; (1995-96) 
93-85. Away. (1991-92) 



Georgia Tech (Georgia Tech leads. 28-16) 



Last Maryland Win 

Last Georgia Tech Wm 

Williams at Maryland vs Ga Tech 

Terps at Home 

Terps on the Road 

Terps at Neutral Sites 

Terps smce 1954 

Last 10 Games 

Longest Winning Streak 

Largest Margin of Victory 

Largest Margm in Loss: 104-82 

Most Pomts Scored- 105-67 

By Decade: 70s 4-0 

80s 8 17 

90s 4-11 



February 3. 1996. Home; 88-74 

Janaury 3. 1996. Away, 84-98 

4-11 

11-10 

3-14 

24 

16-28 

3-7 

9(1972 81) 

105-67, Home. (1974-76) 



Away; (1987-E 
Home; (1974-75) 



North Carolina (North Carolina 

Last Maryland Wm 

Last North Carolina Wm 

(OT) 

Wilhams at Maryland vs UNO 

Terps at Home 

Terps on the Road 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps smce 1954 

Last 10 Games 

Longest Wmnmg Streak: 

Largest Margm of Victory: 

Largest Margm m Loss: 

Most Pomts Scored: 

By Decade: 20s 3- 

30s 3- 

40s 3- 

50s 9- 



leads. 100-43) 

February 6. 1996. Away. 86-78 
January 6. 1996. Home. 88-86 

5-11 

27-41 

12-47 

4-12 

25-72 

2-8 

5(1929-32) 

66-41. Away; (1938-39) 

64-28. Away. (1946-46) 

102-66; Neutral. (1992-93) 

106-94; Home: (182-83) 
4 60s 6-17 

-12 70s 6-18 

13 BOs 5-20 

10 90s 5-11 



NC. State (NC. State leads. 66-51) 

Last Maryland Wm 

LastNC State Wm 

Williams at Maryland vs N C St 

Terps at Home 

Terps on the Road 

Terps at Neutral Sites. 

Last 10 Games 

Longest Wmnmg Streak: 

Largest Margm of Victory: 

Largest Margm m Loss: 

Most Pomts Scared 

By Decade 20s 1-2 

30s 3-4 

40s 3-6 

50s 5-6 



February 22. 1996. Away; 86-84 

February 23. 1994; Away. 79-71 

11-4 

27-19 

19-29 

5-16 

9-1 

7(1983-86) 

102-70. Home; (1993-94) 

91-67. Away. (1969-70) 

124-110. Home. (1978-79) 
60s 6-18 

70s 11-16 

80s 12-11 

90s 11-4 



Virginia (Maryland leads. 87-58) 

Last Maryland Wm 

Last Virgmia Wm 

Williams at Maryland vs Vugmia: 

Terps at Home 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps smce 1954 

Last 10 Games 

Longest Winnmg Streak: 

Largest Margm of Victory 

Largest Margm m Loss: 

Most Pomts Scored 

By Decade: 20s 6-4 

30s 14-2 

40s 510 

60s 19-6 



March 2. 1996. Home. 83-71 

March 5. 1995; Away. 92-67 

7-8 

64-19 

29-34 

4-6 

56-41 

4-6 

11 (196-56) 

110-76. Home; (197374) 

79-43. Away. (1948-49) 

110-76. Home. (1973-74) 

60s 12-8 

70s 13-9 

80s 8-10 

90s 7-8 



Wake Forest (The Series is Tied, 46-46) 



Last Maryland Wm 
Last Wake Forest Wm 
Williams at Maryland vs. Wake 
Terps at Home 
Terps on the Road 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps smce 1954 
Last 10 Games 
Longest Wmmng Streak 
Largest Margm of Victory 
Largest Margm m Loss: 
Most Pomts Scored 



By Decade 



60s 
60s 
70s 



January 14. 1995. Home; 76-66 

February 16. 1996. Home; 85-78 

8-8 

28-14 

16-28 

2-4 

46-45 

4-6 

6 (1984-86) 

106-75. Home. (1972-73) 

80-41; Neutral; (1962-63) 

106-76. Home. (1972-73) 

106-91. Home; (1975-76) 
6-8 80s 11-10 

7-16 90s 8-8 

14-7 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Tournament Appearances: 46 

Record 70-28 (714) 

Championships 17 

Runner-Ups: 8 

All-American City Tournament Owensboro, Ken. 

December 30, 1953-January 2, 1954 

Maryland 66 * EvansviUe 58 

Maryland 54 * Kentucky Wesleyan 37 (CHAMPIONS) 

Ail-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 

EvansviUe Holiday Tournament EvansviUe, 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 * Georgetow^n 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 * MarshaU 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 




Dutch Morely, a four- 
year letterwinner, held 
lead Maryland to three 
in-season tournament 
championships during 
his career — the Tip-Off 
Tournament in 1977 and 
the Maryland Invitational 
in 1977 and 1978. 




Gary Williams, a three- 
time letterwinner and 
team captain 1967, led 
Maryland to the 
Charlotte Invitational 
Tournament 
Championship in 1966. 



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Hawaii Pacific Tournament Honolulu, Hawaii 

December 28-29, 1984 

Maryland 67 * Stanford 65 

Maryland 92 * Hawaii Pacific 85 (CHAMPIONS) 

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) 

Post-Season Tournaments 



ECAC Holiday Festival New York, N.Y. 

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 

Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities Classic 

Landover, Md. 
December 2-3, 1995 
Massachusetts 50 * Maryland 47 
Maryland 98 * George Washington 81 



Tucson, Ariz. 



Springfield, Mass. 



Maui, Lahina, Hawaii 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT 

NCAA 13 Appearances 

17-13* 

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, 8 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 Birmmgham, Ala.) 

No. 3 Maryland 102 * No. 11 West Virgmia 77 (3-17-84) 
(at Lexmgton, Ken.) 

No 2 lUinois 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 (3-16-84) 
1987-88 NCAA Southeast Regional 
Regional Quarterfinals 
(at Cmcinnati, Ohio) 

No. 7 Maryland 92 * No 12 Cal-Santa Barbara 82 (3-18-88) 

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 

No. 3 Maryland 82 * No. 11 Texas 68 
(at Oakland, Calif.) 

No. 2 Connecticut 99 * No, 3 Maryland 89 
1995-96 NCAA West Regional 
(at Tempe, Arizona) 

No. 10 Santa Clara 91 * No. 7 Maryland 79 

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 * Rhodes Island 65 (3 OT) (First Round) 

Ohio State 79 * Maryland 72 (Second Round) 
1981-82 (32 Teams) 
(at Richmond, Va.) 

Maryland 60 ' Richmond 50 (First Round) 
(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) 



130 




Adrian Branch, an AU- 
ACC selection during 
his four year varsity 
career, led Maryland to 
the championship of the 
Hawaii Pacific 
Tournament during the 
1984-85 season. 




Charlie McNeil, a 
Second Team All-ACC 
selection in 1957-58, 
helped led Maryland to 
its first ever NCAA 
Tournament berth that 
season. 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



AP Bankings 



UPI/CHN-USA Today Bankings 



1954 


1974 


1981 


3958 


3975 


3984 


1. Kentucky 


1. 


N.C. State 


1. 


DePaul 


1. 


West Virginia 


1. 


Indiana 


1. 


Notth Carolma 


2. LaSaUe 


2. 


UCLA 


2. 


Oregon State 


2. 


Cincirmati 


2. 


UCLA 


2. 


Georgetown 


3. Holy Cross 


3. 


Marquette 


3. 


Arizona State 


3. 


San Francisco 


3. 


Louisville 


3. 


Kentucky 


4. Indiana 


4. 


Maryland 


4. 


Louisiana State 


4. 


Kansas State 


4. 


Kentucky 


4. 


DePaul 


5. Duquesne 


5. 


Notre Dame 


5. 


Virginia 


5. 


Temple 


5. 


Maryland 


5. 


Houston 


6. Notre Dame 


6. 


Michigan 


6. 


North Carohna 


6. 


Maryland 


6. 


Marquette 


6. 


Illinois 


7. Bradley 


7. 


Kansas 


7. 


Notre Dame 


7. 


Notre Dame 


7. 


Arizona State 


7. 


Arkansas 


8. Western 


8. 


Providence 


8. 


Kentucky 


8. 


Kansas 


8. 


Alabama 


8. 


Oklahoma 


Kentucky 


9, 


Indiana 


9. 


Indiana 


9. 


Dayton 


9. 


N.C. State 


9. 


Texas El-Paso 


9. Penn State 


10 


Long Beach State 


10 


UCLA 


10 


Indiana 


10 


North Carolina 


10 


Maryland 


10. Oklahoma A&M 






18 


Maryland 














20. Maryland 


3975 






1972 


1976 


1994 




1. 


UCLA 


1984 


1. 


UCLA 


1. 


Indiana 


1. 


Arkansas 


1958 


2. 


Kentucky 


1. 


North Carohna 


2. 


North Carolina 


2. 


Marquette 


2. 


Duke 


1. West Virginia 


3. 


Indiana 


2. 


Georgetown 


3. 


Pennsylvania 


3. 


Rutgers 


3. 


Arizona 


2. Cincinnati 


4. 


Louisville 


3. 


Kentucky 


4. 


Louisville 


4. 


UNLV 


4. 


Florida 


3. Kansas State 


5. 


Maryland 


4. 


DePaul 


5. 


South Carolma 


5. 


UCLA 


5. 


Purdue 


4, San Francisco 


6. 


Syracuse 


5. 


Houston 


6. 


Long Beach 


6. 


North Carolina 


6. 


Missouri 


5. Temple 


7. 


N.C. State 


6. 


nimois 




State 


7. 


Alabama 


7. 


Connecticut 


6. Maryland 


8. 


Arizona State 


7. 


Oklahoma 


7. 


Marquette 


8. 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Michigan 


7. Kansas 


9. 


North Carohna 


8. 


Arkansas 


8. 


S.W. Louisiana 


9. 


Michigan 


9. 


North Carolina 


8. Notre Dame 


10 


Alabama 


9. 


Texas-El Paso 


9. 


Brigham Young 


10 


Washington 


10 


Louisville 


9. Kentucky 






10 


Purdue 


10 


Florida State 


13 


Maryland 


11 


Maryland 


10. Duke 


1976 


11 


Maryland 


11 


Maryland 












1. 


Indiana 










3980 


1995 


1972 


2. 


Marquette 


3995 


3973 


1. 


DePaul 


1. 


UCLA 


1. UCLA 


3. 


UNLV 


1. 


UCLA 


1. 


UCLA 


2. 


Louisiana State 


2. 


Arkansas 


2. North Caiolma 


4. 


Rutgers 


2. 


Kentucky 


2. 


N.C. State 


3. 


Kentucky 


3. 


Notth Carohna 


3. Pennsylvania 


5. 


UCLA 


3. 


Wake Forest 


3. 


Long Beach 


4. 


Louisville 


4. 


Oklahoma State 


4. Louisville 


6. 


Alabama 


4. 


North Carolina 




State 


5. 


Oregon 


5. 


Kentucky 


5. Long Beach State 


7. 


Notre Dame 


5. 


Kansas 


4. 


Marquette 


6. 


Syracuse 


6. 


Connecticut 


6. South Carolina 


8. 


North Carolina 


6. 


Arkansas 


5. 


Providence 


7. 


Indiana 


7. 


Massachusetts 


7. Marquette 


9. 


Michigan 


7. 


Massachusetts 


6. 


Indiana 


8. 


Maryland 


8. 


Virginia 


8. S.W. Louisiana 


10 


Western 


8. 


Connecticut 


7. 


Kansas State 


9. 


Ohio State 


9. 


Wake Forest 


9. Brigham Young 




Michigan 


9. 


Villanova 




S.W. Louisiana 


10 


Georgetovra 


10 


Kansas 


10. Florida State 


11 


Maryland 


10 


Maryland 


9. 


Minnesota 






11 


Maryland 


14. Maryland 










10 


Maryland 


1981 








3980 










1. 


DePaul 






1973 


1. 


DePaul 






1974 


2. 


Oregon State 






1. UCLA 


2. 


Louisville 






1. 


N.C. State 


3. 


Virginia 






2. N.C. State 


3. 


Louisiana State 






2. 


UCLA 


4. 


Louisiana State 






3. Long Beach State 


4. 


Kentucky 






3. 


Notre Dame 


5. 


Arizona State 






4. Providence 


5. 


Oregon State 






4. 


Maryland 


6. 


North Carolina 






5. Marquette 


6. 


Syracuse 






5. 


Marquette 


7. 


Indiana 






6. Indiana 


7. 


Indiana 






6. 


Providence 


8. 


Kentucky 






7. S.W. Louisiana 


8. 


Maryland 






7. 


Vanderbilt 


9. 


Notre Dame 






8. Maryland 


9. 


Notre Dame 






8. 


North Carolma 


10 


Utah 






9. Kansas State 


10 


Ohio State 






9. 


Indiana 


11 


Maryland 






10. Minnesota 










10 


Kansas 











131 



MARYUINDBASKETBALL 



^1^3X0 Ducuiiyiil^ 







132 



33rd ANNUAL OUTRIGGER HOTELS RAINBOW CLASSIC 

Dec. 27-30, 1996 



CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET 



(A) Pittsburgh 




(H) 






Game#l 
5:00 p.m. 
Dec. 27 


(A) 










(H) 


Game #12 
7:30 p.m.* 
Dec. 30 




(H) Maryland 
(A) Northwestern 


Game #8 
8:00 p.m.* 
Dec. 29 




Game #2 
7:30 p.m.* 
Dec. 27 








(H) 




CHAMPION 


(H) Hawai'i 

(A) Washington Sta 


( 


jame#ll 3RD 
5:00 p.m. 
3ec. 30 






(A) 




Game #3 
5:00 p.m. 
Dec. 28 


4TH 


RUNNER-UP 






(H) Georgia 
(A) Memphis 


Game #7 
5:00 p.m. 
Dec. 29 


(A) 






(H) 




Game #4 
7:30 p.m.* 
Dec. 28 


(A) 











(H) Michigan 



CONSOLATION BRACKET 



(A) Loser Game #1 


(H) Winner Game #5 










Game #5 
11:00 a.m. 
Dec. 29 


(H) Loser Game #5 


Game #10 
1:30 p.m.* 
Dec. 30 




(H) Loser Game #2 


Game #9 


CONSOLATION CHAMPION 




11:00 a.m. 7TH 
D<*r "^(^ 




(A) Loser Game #3 


8TH 
(A) Loser Game #6 




SIXTH PLACE 




Game #6 
1:30 p.m.* 
Dec. 29 


(A) Winner Game #6 













(H) Loser Game #4 



Game times listed may be adjusted for television. 

*Twenty-five (25) minutes between games or time indicated. 
(H)=HOME - Light uniforms. (A)=AWAY - Dark uniforms. 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



American 
University 





Chris Knoche 



Thomas Treadwell 



Monday December 23, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Washington. DC. 

Founded: 1893 

Enrollment; 11.500 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 

Nickname; Eagles 

Home Court/Capacity: Bender Arena/5,000 

President: Dt Benjamin Ladner 

Athletics Director: Dr Lee McElioy 

Head Coach and Alma Mater; Chiis Knoche/ American, 1980 

Career Record and Years: 66-102/6 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 66-102/6 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater; Gordon Austin/American, 1983; Bruce 

Kelley/Cathohc, 1983; Eugene Burroughs/Richmond, 1994 
Letterwinners Returning/Lost; 5/3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Nathan Smith 


G 


6-1 


Jr. 


11,6 


2,6 


Thomas Treadwell 


F 


6-7 


Sr, 


8.5 


4,9 



1995-96 Record: 12-15 

Conference Record/Finish; 8-8/T4th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 8-1 

Last Meeting; December 23, 1995; UM 104-AU 79 

Sports Information Director: Matt Winkler 

Sports Information Phone: 202.885 3032 

Home Phone Number; 301 229 6588 

Sports Information Mailing Address: American University 

Sports Information Office 
Sports Center 
4400 Massachusetts Ave. 
Washmgton, D.C. 20016 

FAX Phone Number; 202,885,3033 

Press Row Phone Number: 202.885.8232 



1996-97 Roster 










riess nuw riiuiie i\juiiium: ow. 


34Z,0US 









No. 




Name 

Jarion Childs 


Ht. 

6-0 


CI. 

Fr, 


Pos. Hometown 

G Grotton. Conn, 


1996-97 Roster 
No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Nathan Smith 


6-1 


Jr, 


G 


Morgantown, W,V, 


4 Alfred Grigsby 


6-9 


Sr. 


F 


Houston, Tex, 


4 


Dave Small 


6-6 


So, 


F 


Scarborough, Ontario 


10 Raymond King 


6-10 


So. 


G 


Richmond, Calif, 


5 


Thomas Treadwell 


6-7 


Sr 


F 


Washington, DC, 


14 Anwar McQueen 


6-5 


Sr. 


G 


Washington, DC, 


10 


Jim Spadafore 


6-0 


So, 


G 


Bloomfield HiUs, Mich, 


22 Ed Gray 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Riverside, Calif. 


13 


Charles Booth 


6-9 


Fr, 


C 


Riverdale, Md, 


23 Randy Duck 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Garland, Tex, 


14 


Jon Wolff 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


East Montpelier, Ver, 


24 Sean Jackson 


6-5 


Fr, 


G/F Seaside, Calif, 


20 


Henry Marquiss 


6-9 


Fr, 


C 


Smithsburg, Md. 


32 Prentice McGruder 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Benton Harbor, Mich., 


22 


Matt Brown 


6-6 


Jr. 


G/F Temple HiUs, Md, 


34 Tony Gonzalez 


6-6 


Jr 


F 


Seal Beach, Calif, 


33 


Alex Harris 


6-8 


Fr, 


F 


Fairfax, Va, 


40 Sean Marks 


6-10 


Jr. 


C 


Aukland, New Zealand 


42 


Jamaine Epps 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


East Orange, N,J, 


44 Michael Stewart 


6-10 


Sr 


C 


Sacramento, Calif, 


43 


Rafael Baidansliin 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Moscow, Russia 


54 Kenyon Jones 


6-10 


So, 


c 


Savannah, Georgia 


44 


Jason Crowe 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Los Angeles, Calif. 












45 


Stephen Clayton 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


Wheaton, Md. 


1996-97 Schedule 

N25-27 at Maui Invitational 




J2 




Ospisbo 
at Arizona 


1996-97 Schedule 




J6 




at UNC Wilmington 


California, Kansas, 
Massachusetts, Virgi 
Louisiana State, Sout 


iia. 


J4 
J9 




at Arizona 

use 


N23 " " " 


Catholic 




Jll 




James Madison 


h 


Jll 




UCLA 


N30 


at lona 




J13 




at William & Mary 


Carolina, Iowa, Chammade 


J16 




at Oregon State 


D2 


George Washington 




J15 




Old Dominion 


N30 Texas Southern 




J18 




Oregon 


D4 


at Loyola (Md.) 




J18 




George Mason 


D3 Illinois 




J23 




Washington State 


D6-7 


at Missouhan/Coca-Coca 


J22 




Virginia Commonwealth 


D8-9 at Franklin National 




J25 




Washington 




Classic at the University of 


J29 




at James Madison 


Bank/Children's Charities 


J29 




Stanford 




Montana 




Fl 




UNC Wilmington 


Classic 




F6 




at UCLA 




American, Montana, 


Southern 


F3 




East Carolina 


Maryland vs. Cal 




F8 




at use 




Utah, Oral Roberts 




F8 




Virginia Commonwealth 


George Washington vs 




F13 




Oregon 


Dll 


at La Salle (Core States 


F12 




at Richmond 


Mississippi State 




F15 




Oregon State 




Spectrum) 




F17 




Manhattan 


D20 Penn State (at Jimmy V 




F20 




at Washington 


D14 


at Howard 




F19 




Old Dominion 


Classic) 




F22 




at Washington State 


D23 


at Maryland 




F24 




at George Mason 


D23 San Francisco 




Ml 




at Stanford 


J2 


Richmond 




F28-M3 


at CAA Tournament 


D28-29 Golden Bear Classic 




M6 




Arizona State 


J4 


at East Carolina 








(Richmond Coliseum) 


Cal, vs, Howard 




MS 




Arizona 














La Salle vs, Cal Poly San Luis 









University 

of 

California 





Ben Braun 



Ed Gray 



Sunday December 8, 1996; 1:00 
USAir Arena, Landover, Md 



Location: Berkeley, Calif, 

Founded: 1868 

Enrollment: 30,000 

Colors; Blue and Gold 

Conference; Pacific 10 

Nickname; Golden Bears 

Home Court/Capacity; Harmon Arena/6,578 

Chancellor: Chang-Lm Tien 

Athletics Director: John Kasser 

Head Coach and Alma Mater; Ben Braun/Wisconsin 1975 

Career Record and Years: 333-235/19 

Record at Institution/Years: Fust Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Billy Kennedy/Southeast Louisiana, 1986; 

Charles Ramsey/Eastem Michigan 1991; Kurtis Townsend/Westem Kentucky, 1980, 

Letterwitmers Returning/Lost; 8/4 

Starters Returning/Lost; 4/1 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Randy Duck 


G 


6-5 


Sr. 


9.1 


2,9 


Ed Gray 


G 


6-3 


Sr. 


15.6 


2,6 


Tony Gonzalez 


F 


6-6 


Jr. 


5,3 


4,6 


Anwar McQueen 


G 


6-5 


Sr, 


3,3 


1,7 



1995-96 Record: 17 11 

Conference Record/Finish; ll-7/4th 

Post Season: NC/\A Tournament, Midwest Region, No, 12 Seed; Iowa State def. 

Cal, 74-64 

Series Record: First Meeting 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 

Associate Athletic Director for Communications: Kevm Reneau 

Associate Media Relations Director: Herb Beneson 

Media Relations Phone; 510 642 5363 

Home Phone Number; 510 652 7845 

Media Relations Mailing Address; University of California 

Media Relations Office 

210 Memorial Stadium 

Berkeley Calif. 94720 

FAX Phone Number: 510.643,7778 



134 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Chicago 
State 





December 2, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Clucago, 111 

Founded: 1867 

Emollment: 9.500 

Colors: Green and White 

Conference: Mid-Contment 

Nickname: Cougars 

Home Court/Capacity: Jacoby D. Dickens Physical Education and Athletic 

Buildmg/2.500 

President: Dolores E. Cross, PhD 

Athletics Director: Charles Smith, Ed.D 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Craig Hodges/Long Beach State, 1982 

Career Record and Years: 8-45/2 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 8-45/2 Years 

Assistant Coach and Alma Mater: Phil Gary/Qumcy, 1983 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Starters Returning 
Kory BiUups 
Terrell Ingram 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


F 


6-7 


St. 


16.1 


G 


6-6 


Jr. 


12.0 



RPG 

9.0 
4.6 



1995-96 Record: 2-25 

Conference Record/Finish: 2-16/8th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: First Meetmg 

Last Meeting: First Meetmg 

Sports Information Director: Terrence Jackson 

Sports Information Phone: 312 995 2217 

Home Phone Number: 773.374 1455 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

Jacoby D. Dickens PE and Athletics Building 

9501 S. Kmg Drive 

Chicago, Illinois 60628 
FAX Phone Number: 312.995.3656 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Othell Mitchell 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


Chicago, 111, 


5 


Roy Shannon 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


BeUwood, 111. 


8 


Marcus Anthony 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Chicago, EU, 


10 


Anthony Figueroa 


6-0 


So, 


G 


Champaign, ni. 


21 


Terry Smith-Harns 


6-5 


So. 


G 


Los Angeles, Calif 


23 


Rosager Parker 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Chicago, HI. 


24 


Sonny Walker 


6-5 


So. 


F 


Champaign, HI. 


25 


Rahsaan Mitchell 


6-5 


So. 


F 


Park Forest, m. 


32 


Jamall Johnson 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Compton, Calif. 


33 


Terrell higram 


6-6 


Jr. 


G 


Chicago, ni. 


40 


Kory Billups 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Chicago, m. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J14 




Valparaiso 


N23 


at Missouri 




J18 




Missouri Kansas City 


N30 


at Bradley 




J20 




at Troy State 


D2 


at Maryland 




J25 




Buffalo 


D4 


Loyola Umversity 




J27 




Youngstown State 


D7 


nimois-Chicago 




Fl 




Central Connecticut 


Dll 


lUinois 




F6 




at Valparaiso 


D18 


Western Michigan 




F8 




Western Ilhnois 


D21 


at Colorado State 




FIO 




Troy State 


D23 


at Northern nimois 




F12 




at Missouri Kansas City 


D27 


at Indiana State 




F15 




at Youngstown State 


J2 


at Northeastern niinols 




F17 




at Buffalo 


J8 


at Central Connecticut 




F22 




Northeastern nUnois 


Jll 


Western nhnois 











Clemson 
University 




Rick Barnes 



Greg Buckner 



Wednesday January 15, 1997; 7:00 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 
Saturday February 8, 1997; Noon 
Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C. 



Location: Clemson, S.C. 

Founded: 1893 

Enrollment: 16,327 

Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court/Capacity: Littlejohn Cohseum/l 1/020 

President: Dr, Constantme "Deno" Curns 

Athletics Director: Bobby Robmson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Rick Barnes/Lenoir Rhyne College, 1977 

Career Record and Years: 161-110/9 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 33-24/2 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Larry Shyatt/Wooster, 1973; Dennis 

Felton/Howard, 1985, Ken McDonald/Providence, 1992 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/0 

Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 

Starters Returning 

Greg Buckner 
Tony Chnstie 
Andiius Jurkunas 
Terrell Mclntyre 
Tom Wideman 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


F 


6-4 


200 


13,1 


G 


6-7 


210 


8.0 


F 


6-9 


215 


8,4 


G 


5-9 


175 


12.8 


C 


6-10 


240 


5.8 



RPG 

3,1 
2,7 
4,7 
2,8 
5,2 



1995-96 Record: 18-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/6th 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, West Region, No. 9 Seed; Georgia def. Clemson, 

81-74, 

Series Record: Maryland leads 70-39 

Last Meeting: February 24. 1996; CU 68-UM 61 

Sports Information Director: Tira Bounet 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Sam Blackman 

Sports Information Phone: 864.656 2114 

Home Phone Number: 864,654 6240 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Clemson Sports Information 

PC, Box 31 

100 Peruneter Road 

Clemson, S,C, 29634 
FAX Phone Number: 864.656.0299 
Press Row Phone Number: 864.656 3326 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


00 


LeDanon Jones 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Bartow, Fla, 


3 


Andrius Jurkunas 


6-9 


So. 


F 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


5 


Terrell Mclntyre 


5-9 


So. 


G 


Raeford, N.C. 


10 


Brian Chester 


5-11 


Sr. 


G 


East Wmsdor, N.J. 


11 


Merl Code 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Greenville, S.C. 


12 


Bill Harder 


6-0 


Sr. 


G 


Clemson, S.C. 


15 


Iker Iturbe 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Vitona, Spain 


21 


Greg Buckner 


6-4 


Jr. 


F 


Hopkmsville, Ken. 


22 


Vmcent Whitt 


6-6 


Fr. 


F/G Greensboro, N,C. 


32 


Harold Jamison 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Vance, S.C. 


33 


Tom Wideman 


6-10 


So. 


C 


Manetta, Ga. 


34 


Worn Mohamed 


6-9 


Fr, 


C 


Ivory Coast. Africa 


44 


Tony Chnstie 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Hartford, Conn. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J18 




N.C, State 


N15 


Kentucky 




J23 




Wake Forest 


N23 


Coastal CaroUna 




J26 




at North CaroUna 


N29-D1 at San Juan Shootout 




J30 




Georgia Tech 
at N.C. State 


D4 


Furman 




Fl 




D7 


at Virgmia 




F4 




Western Kentucky 


D14 


Charleston Southern 




F8 




Maryland 


D17 


at South Carolma 




F12 




at Wake Forest 


D20 


Wofford 




F15 




Vugima 


D22 


at Texas A&M 




F18 




at Duke 


D28 


Marshall 




F23 




Flonda State 


D30 


South CaroUna State 




F26 




North Carolma 


J7 


Duke 




Ml 




at Georgia Tech 
at ACC Tournament 


Jll 


at Flonda State 




M6-9 


J15 


at Maryland 











135 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Duke 
University 












Mike Kizyzewski 



Greg Newton 



Saturday January 25, 1997: 1:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Wednesday February 26, 1997; 7:30 p.m. 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, North Carolina 



Location: Durham, NC. 

Founded: 1838 

Enrollment: 6,100 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Home Court/Capacity: Cameron Indoor Stadium/9,314 

President: Dr. Nan 0. Keohane 

Athletics Director: Tom Butters 

He^d Coach and Alma Mater: Mike Krzyzewski/Army, 1969 

Career Record and Years: 449199/21 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 376-140/16 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Tommy Amaker/Duke, 1987; Qum 

Snyder/Duke. 1989, Tim O'Toole, Fairfield, 1986, 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Jeff Capel 


G 


6-4 


Sr 


166 


3.9 


Taymon Domzalski 


F 


6-10 


So, 


6-5 


5.0 


Greg Newton 


C 


6-10 


Sr. 


12.2 


8.2 


Ricky Price 


F 


6-5 


Jr. 


14.2 


3.5 



1995-96 Record: 18-13 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/T4th 

Post Season: NC/\A Tournament, Southeast Region, No. 8 Seed; Eastern Michigan 

def. Duke, 75-60, 

Series Record: Duke leads 85-50 

Last Meeting: March 8, 1996; UM 82-DU 69 (at ACC Tournament) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 

Sports Information Phone: 919 684 2633 

Home Phone Number; 919 403 5328 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Duke Sports Information 

1 1 5 Cameron Indoor Stadium 

Box 90557 

Durham, North Carolina 27708 
FAX Phone Number: 919 684.2489 
Press Row Phone Number: 919,684,6186 



1996-97 Roster 










Press Row Phone Number: TBA 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos 


Hometown 














3 


Ricky Price 


6-5 


Jr 


F 


Fayetteville, NC. 


1996-97 Roster 










4 


Roshown McLeod 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Jersey City N.J. 


No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


5 


Jeff Capel 


6-4 


Sr 


G 


Fayetteville, NC, 


12 


Kerry Thompson 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


New York, NY 


12 


Steve Wojciechowski 


5-11 


Jr. 


G 


Severna Park, Md, 


14 


Randall Jackson 


6-11 


So. 


F 


Boston, Mass, 


13 


Taymon Domzalski 


6-10 


So, 


C 


Lovuigton, N M 


15 


Kyle Mulligan 


6-9 


Jr. 


F 


Coral Springs, Fla. 


14 


Nate James 


6-6 


Fr, 


F 


Frederick, Md, 


20 


LaMarr Greer 


6-5 


Jr, 


G 


Cape May N.J. 


15 


Todd Singleton 


6-4 


Jr, 


F 


Queenstown, Md, 


21 


Ron Hale 


6-8 


Fr, 


F 


Largo, Fla, 


20 


Mike ChappeU 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


Southfield, Mich. 


22 


Devonaire Deas 


6-5 


Fr, 


G 


Oakdale, Conn. 


21 


Trajen Langdon 


6-3 


So, 


G 


Anchorage, Alaska 


23 


James Collins 


6-4 


Sr, 


G 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


22 


Jay Heaps 


5-9 


So, 


G 


Longmeadow, Mass. 


24 


Gentry Sparks 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


23 


Chris Carrawell 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


St, Louis, Mo, 


31 


Ronald Thompson 


6-8 


Fr 


F 


Savannah, Ga. 


34 


Carmen Wallace 


6-5 


Sr, 


F 


Wilmmgton, Del. 


32 


Kirk Luchman 


6-10 


Sr, 


F/C 


Medford Lakes, N.J. 


55 


Greg Nevrton 


6-10 


Sr, 


C 


Niagara Falls, Ontario 


33 
41 


Kevm McLendon 
Geoff Brower 


6-5 
6-4 


Sr 
So, 


G 
G 


Hallandale, Fla. 

Fort Walton Beach, Fla 


1996-97 Schedule 




J18 




Virginia 


52 


Corey Louis 


6-9 


Jr, 


F 


Miami, Fla. 


N20-29 St. Joseph's (Pre-Season NIT) J21 




at N,C, State 


1996-97 Schedule 




J22 




North Carolina 


D2 


Lehigh 




J26 




at Maryland 


N22 


S,W. Louisiana 




J25 




at Wake Forest 


D5 


Florida State 




J29 




North Carolma 


N29 


Rice 




J29 




Maryland 


D8 


Michigan 




F2 




Georgia Tech 


D2 


Florida Atlantic 




Fl 




at Virginia 


Dll 


Davidson 




F5 




at Wake Forest 


D5 


at Duke 




F6 




at North Carolina 


D14 


at Villanova 




F8 




N.C. State 


D14 


at Jacksonville 




F9 




Georgia Tech 


D22 


Army 




Fll 




at Virgmia 


D17 


Tennessee State 




F13 




at Maryland 


D30 


Western Carolina 




F15 




at Florida State 


D21 


Florida (Orlando, Fla, 




F15 




Duke 


J2 


South Carolina State 




F18 




Clemson 


D28 


Marist 




F19 




Alabama State 


J5 


at Georgia Tech 




F23 




at UCLA 


D30 


Butler 




F23 




at Clemson 


J7 


at Clemson 




F27 




Maryland 


J4 


N.C. State 




F28 




at N.C. State 


Jll 


Wake Forest 




M2 




at North Carolina 


J8 


Virginia 




Ml 




Wake Forest 


J13 


Campbell 




M6-9 


ACC Tournament 


Jll 


Clemson 




M6-E 




at ACC Tournament 


J15 


at UNC Greensboro 










J15 


at Georgia Tech 











Florida 

State 

University 





Pat Kennedy 



James Collins 



Wednesday January 29, 1997; 7:00 p.m. 
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Thursday February 13, 1997; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Tallahassee, Fla, 

Founded: 1857 

Enrollment: 30,200 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Semmoles 

Home Court/Capacity: Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center/12,500 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Athletics Director: Dave Hart, Jr 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Pat Kennedy/Kings College, 1975 

Career Record and Years: 306-179/16 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 182-119/10 years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Tom Carlson/Florida State, 1974; Donnie 

Marsh/Franklin & Marshall, 1979; Jim Baxter, Indiana State, 1973 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Geoff Brower 


6-4 


So, 


G 


6.7 


1,7 


James CoUins 


6-4 


Sr, 


G 


18,3 


4.5 


LaMarr Greer 


6-5 


Jr, 


G 


9,4 


3.4 


Randall Jackson 


6-11 


So, 


F 


9.5 


5.3 


Kirk Luchman 


6-10 


Sr, 


F/C 


9.2 


6.4 



1995-96 Record: 13-14 

Conference Record/Finish: 5-11 /8th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 7-4 

Last Meeting: March 4, 1996; UM 88-FSU 78 

Sports Information Director: Rob Wilson 

Sports Information For Basketball: Chris Walker 

Sports Information Phone: 904 644 1403 

Home Phone Number: 904 878 8241 

Sports Information Mailing Address: 



Florida State Sports Information Office 

Moore Athletic Center 

P.O. Box 2195 

Pensacola St. and Stadium Drive 

Tallahassee, Fla. 



136 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



George 

Washington 

University 






Mike Jarvis 



Alexander Koul 



Possible Opponent at 

Franklin National Bank/Childien's Charities Classic 

December 8-9. 1996 

USAir Arena, Landover, Md. 



Location: Washington, DC. 

Founded: 1821 

Enrollment: 17,000 

Colors: Buff and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Colomals 

Home Court/Capacity: Charles E. Smith Center 

President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 

Athletics Director: Jack Kvancz 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike Jarvis/Northwestem, 1968 

Career Record and Years: 214-117/11 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 113-67/6 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Scott Beeten/Lehigh, 1971; Kevin Clark/Clark, 

1981; Bnan Blaney/Roanoke, 1994. 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


J.J, Brade 


G/F 


6-5 


So. 


8.0 


3.4 


Alexander Koul 


C 


7-1 


Jr. 


14.9 


7.8 


Shawnta Rogers 


G 


5-4 


So. 


10.5 


4.7 



1995-96 Record: 21-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/Tlst (West) 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, West Region, No. 11 seed; Iowa def. George 

Washington, 81-79. 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 32-23 

Last Meeting: December 3, 1995; UM 98-GWU 81 (at Landover, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Brad Bower 

Sports Information Phone: 202.994.6654 

Home Phone Number: 703 685.1854 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

Smith Center 
600 22nd St., NW 
Washmgton, D.C. 20052 

FAX Phone Number: 202.994.2713 

Press Row Phone Number: 202.994 1776 



1996-97 Roster 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI 




Pos. Hometown 


10 


Kinte Smith 


6-3 


Fr 




G 


Virgmia Beach, Va. 


14 


Francisco de Miranda 


6-9 


Fr 




F 


Breda, The Netherlands 


15 


Jackson Payne 


6-4 


Fr 




G 


College Grove, Tenn. 


20 


Ferdmand Williams 


6-10 


Sr 




C 


Perth Amboy, N.J. 


21 


Andrei Knvonos 


6-3 


So 




G 


Mogilev, Belarus 


22 


Darm Green 


6-5 


Jr 




F 


Charlotte, N.C. 


23 


J.J. Brade 


6-5 


So 




G 


Montreal, Quebec 


42 


Rasheed Hazzard 


6-0 


Jr 




G 


Los Angeles, Calif. 


44 


Seco Camera 


6-5 


So 




F 


Lisbon, Portugal 


45 


Alexander Koul 


7-1 


Jr 




C 


Borovka, Belarus 


54 


Shawnta Rogers 


5-4 


So 




G 


Baltimore, Md. 


1996-97 Schedule 






Jll 




at Duquesne 


N22-23 Red Auerbach Colomal Classic 


J15 




St. Joseph's 




Boston University vs 


Flonda 




J18 




at Dayton 




A&M 






J23 




Xavier 




George Washington 


vs. Holy 




J25 




La Salle 




Cross 






J30 




Massachusetts 


N26 


South Flonda 






Fl 




at La Salle 


N30 


Texas Tech 






F4 




at Virgmia Tech 


D2 


at American 






Fll 




Old Dommion 


D8-9 


Franklm National Bank Classic 


F15 




at Xavier 




Maryland vs. Cahfornia 




F17 




Duquesne 




George Washmgton 


vs. 




F20 




Virginia Tech 




Mississippi State 






F22 




at Temple 


Dll 


at Kansas 






F26 




at Rhode Island 


D30 


UNCCharlotte 






Ml 




Dayton 


J4 


Fordham 






M5-8 


at Atlantic 10 Championship 


J6 


at St. Bonaventure 













University 
of Georgia 




.W-^' 





Orlando Smith 



Ray Harrison 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Annual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Location: Athens, Ga. 

Founded: 1785 

Enrolhnent: 30,000 

Colors: Red and Black 

Conference: Southeastern 

Nickname: Bulldogs 

Home Court/Capacity: Stegeman CoUseumyiO,523 

President: Dr. Charles B. Knapp 

Athletics Director: Vince Dooley 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Orlando "Tubby" Smith/High Point, 1973 

Career Record and Years: 100-53/5 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 21-10/1 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Ron Jirsa/Gettysburg, 1981; Shawn 

Fmney/Fairmont State, 1985; Mike Sutton/East CaroUna, 1978; Shaun 

Golden/Georgia, 1994 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/8 

Starters Returning/Lost: 0/5 

1995-96 Record: 21-10 

Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/2nd SEC East 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, West Region, No 8 Seed; Georgia def. Clemson, 

81-74; Georgia def. Purdue, 76-69; Syracuse def. Georgia, 83-81 (OT) 

Series Record: Georgia leads, 3-2 

Last Meeting: March 15, 1982; UGA 83-UM 69 (NIT 2nd Round at Athens, Ga.) 

Sports Information Director: Claude Felton 

Sports Information Director for Men's Basketball: Tim Hix 

Sports Information Phone: 706 542 1621 

Home Phone Number: 770 513 0840 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

Umversity of Georgia 
Room 312 Butts-Mehie Building 
One SeUg Circle 
Athens, Georgia 30602 

FAX Phone Number: 706.542.9339 

Press Row Phone Number: 706.542.8052 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


David Taylor 


6-2 


Fr 


G 


Gastonia, N.C. 


4 


Larry Brown 


6-5 


Jr. 


F 


Decatur Ga. 


10 


Enc DeYoung 


7-0 


Jr 


C 


Frankenmuth, Mich. 


11 


Adnan Jones 


6-5 


Fr. 


G 


Atlanta, Ga. 


12 


G.G. Smith 


5-11 


So. 


G 


Athens, Ga. 


13 


Badi Oliver 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


West Palm Beach, Fla 


15 


Devm Baker 


6-7 


Jr. 


F 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


22 


Phemzee Ransom 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


East Pomt, Ga. 


23 


Ray Harrison 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Lithonia, Ga. 


24 


Michael Chadwick 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Phemx City, Ala. 


25 


Robb Dryden 


7-1 


Fr. 


C 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


32 


Lorenzo HaU 


6-9 


Jr. 


F/C Suitland, Md. 


33 


Dernck Dukes 


6-7 


Jr 


F 


Stockton, Calif. 


42 


Jon Nordm 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Lithoma, Ga. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J5 




at Mississippi 


N22 


Furman 




J8 




at Vanderbilt 


N26 


Georgia State 




J14 




Kentucky 


N29 


Georgia Southern 




J18 




at South Carohna 


D3 


at Georgia Tech 




J22 




Flonda 


D7 


Appalachian State 




J25 




Auburn 


D14 


at Virgmia Tech 




J29 




at Tennessee 


D17 


East CaroUna 




Fl 




at Kentucky 


D21 


vs. Bngham Young (at Atlanta 


, F5 




at Alabama 




Ga.) 




F8 




Mississippi State 


D23 


Colorado 




F12 




South Carohna 


D27-30 33rd Annual Outngger 


Hotels 


F15 




at Arkansas 




Rambow Classic 




F19 




Vanderbilt 




Maryland vs. Pittsburgh; 


F22 




Louisiana State 




Hawai'i vs. Northwestern; 


F26 




at Florida 




Washmgton State vs. 




Ml 




Tennessee 




Georgia; 




M6-9 


at SEC Tournament 




Memphis vs. Michigan 











137 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Georgia 
Tech 




Bobby Cremins 



Matt Harpring 



Thursday December 12, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House. College Park, Md. 

Wednesday February 19, 1997; 7:00 p.m. 
Alexander Memorial Coliseum at McDonald's Center 



Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 13,000 

Colors; Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets 

Home Court/Capacity: Alexander Memorial Coliseum at McDonald's Center 

(10,000) 

President: Or G, Wayne Clough 

Athletics Director: Dr, Homer C, Rice 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Bobby Cremins/South Carolina, 1970 

Career Record and Years: 398-242/21 Years 

Record at Institution/ Years: 298-172/15 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Kevin Cantwell/UNC AsheviUe, 1973; Dereck 

Whittenburg/NC State, 1984; Gary Leiner/Notre Dame, 1979 

Letterwirmers Returning/Lost: 8/5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Eddie Elisma 





6-9 


Sr 


8.8 


7.3 


Matt Haipnng 


F 


6-7 


Jr. 


18.6 


8.1 


Michael Maddox 


F 


6-8 


Jr. 


9.2 


4.7 



1995-96 Record: 24-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/lst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional, No, 3 Seed; Geor0a Tech 

def Austm Peay 90-79; Georgia Tech def. Boston College, 103-89; Cmcinnati def. 

Georgia Tech, 87-70 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 28-16 

Last Meeting: March 9, 1996; GT 84-UM 79 (at ACC Tournament) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 

Sports Information Director for Men's Basketball: Mike Stamus, Allison George 

Sports Information Phone: 404,894-5445 

Home Phone Number: 770,938-9910 (Finn); 770,951.1939 (Stamus); 404.874.6450 

(George) 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Georgia Tech Athletic Association 

150 Bobby Dodd Way NW 

Atlanta, Geo. 30332 
FAX Phone Number: 404,894-1248 
Press Row Phone Number: 404.894.5458/5459 



1996-97 Roster 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI 




Pos 


Hometown 


4 


Pablo Machado 


6-10 


Fr 




C/F 


Tifton. Geo. 


5 


Eddie EUsma 


6-9 


Sr 




C 


New York, N.Y. 


11 


Gary Saunders 


6-5 


So 




G 


New York, N.Y, 


13 


Kevm Morns 


5-11 


Fr 




G 


New York, N,Y, 


15 


Matt Harpring 


6-7 


Jr 




F 


Dunwoody, Geo 


23 


Jon Babul 


6-7 


Fr 




F 


N, Attleboro, Mass 


24 


Michael Maddox 


6-8 


Jr 




F 


Atlanta, Geo, 


31 


Ryan Murphy 


6-3 


Jr 




G 


Flushmg, N.Y, 


33 


Bryan Brennan 


6-4 


Jr 




G 


Philadelphia, Pa, 


34 


Jason Floyd 


6-6 


Fr 




G/I 


Lovejoy Geo, 


52 


Ashley Kelly 


6-6 


So 




F 


Albany Geo, 


1996-97 Schedule 






J15 




Flonda State 


N22 


Wofford 






J18 




at North Carolina 


N26 


Morgan State 






J22 




at Virgmia 


N29 


Radford 






J25 




N,C, State 


D3 


Georgia 






J30 




at Clemson 


D7 


Temple (at Atlantic City N.J.) 




F2 




at Duke 


D12 


at Maryland 






F6 




Wake Forest 


D21 


Kentucky 






F9 




at Flonda State 


D26-28 at ECAC HoUday Festival 




F15 




North Carolma 




Georgia Tech vs. 


Hofstra 




F19 




Maryland 




St- John's vs, Manhattan 




F22 




at N,C, State 


D31 


UNC Greensboro 






F25 




at Wake Forest 


J5 


Duke 






Ml 




Clemson 


J8 


Wake Forest 






M6-9 


at ACC Tournament 


Jll 


at Louisville 













University 
of Hawaii 




Riley Wallace 



Alika Smith 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Armual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


G 


6-1 


Jr, 


10,9 


3,0 


C 


7-1 


Sr, 


5,3 


4,3 



Location: Honolulu, Hawaii 

Founded: 1907 

Enrollment: 19 062 

Colors: Green and White 

Conference: Western Athletic 

Nickname: Rainbows 

Home Court/Capacity: Special Events Center/10,225 

President: Dr, Kenneth P, Mortimer 

Athletics Director: Hugh Yoshida 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Riley Wallace/Centenary, 1964 

Career Record and Years: 159-162/11 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 134-135/9 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Bob Nash/Hawai'i, 1984; Jackson 

Wheeler/Marymount, 1982; Jeff Law/SUNY Platsburg, 1986. 

Letterwirmers Returning/Lost: 7/5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Starters Returning 

Alika Smith 

Seth Sundberg 

1995-96 Record: 10-18 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-ll/7th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

Last Meeting: December 27, 1984; UM 79-UH 71 (at Rainbow Classic) 

Sports Information Director: Lois Manm (Intenm) 

Sports Information Phone: 808 956,7523 

Home Phone Number: 808 537 6264 

Sports Information Mailing Address: University of Hawai'i 

Sports Information Office 
Special Events Arena 
Room 205 

Lower Campus Road 
Honolulu, Hawai'i 96822 

FAX Phone Number: 808,956.4470 
Press Row Phone Number: 808,956,9408 



CI. Pos. Hometown 

Sr, G Honolulu, Ohau 

Jr F Huntmgton Beach, Calif. 

Jr G Kailua, Oahu 

Jr C Maribor, Slovenia 

So, F Kailua, Oahu 

Sr C Los Osos, Calif. 

Jr F Irvme, Cahf. 

Sr. C San Carlos, Calif. 

Jr G Keams Canyon, Ariz. 

Jr F Bristol, Conn, 

Jr G Mission Viejo, Calif, 

Jr G Upper Sacramento, Cahf. 

Fr G Metaine, La. 

Jr F Philadelphia, Pa, 

Memphis vs, Michigan 
J4 New Mexico 

J9 at Air Force 

Jll atUNLV 

J16 Colorado State 

J18 Wyoming 

J25 at San Diego State 

J30 at San Jose State 

Fl at Fresno State 

F6 UNLV 

F8 Air Force 

F13 at Wyoming 

F15 at Colorado State 

F19 San Diego State 

F22 at New Mexico 

F27 Fresno State 

Ml San Jose State 

M4-8 at Western Athletic 

Conference Tournament 



1996-97 Roster 




No. 


Name 


Ht. 


12 


Dennis Hamson 


6-0 


13 


Micah Kroeger 


6-6 


20 


Alika Smith 


6-2 


21 


Alex Walker 




22 


Ales Zivanovic 


6-10 


25 


Greg Miller 


6-7 


33 


Danny Furlong 


6-11 


34 


Enc Ambrozich 


6-8 


50 


Seth Sundberg 


7-1 




Kawika Akina 


b-11 




Kelvm Anderson 


6-10 




Anthony Carter 


6-2 




Aaron Curry 


6-2 




Quentm Gallon 


6-4 




Michael Robinson 


6-8 


1996-97 Schedule 




N26 


Texas Pan-American 




N29-D1 Umted Auhnes Tipoff 






Tournament 






Hawai'i vs, Detroit 






Austm Peay vs, Portland 


D6-7 


University of Hawai'i Classic 




Hawai'i vs, St, Mary's 






Alabama State vs, McNeese 




State 




D14-15 Hawai'i-Nike Classic 






Hawai'i vs. Cal. Poly San Luis 




Obispo 






Ball State vs, Alabama 






Birramgham 




D27-30 33rd Annual Outrigger 


Hotels 




Rainbow Classic 






Maryland vs, Pittsburgh; 




Hawai'i vs. Northwestern; 




Washington State vs. 






Georgia; 





138 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Howard 
University 





Mike McLeese 



Jabari Outtz 



November 26, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 20741 



Location: Wastungton, D.C. 

Founded: 1867 

EmoUment: 11,000 

Colors: Blue and White 

Conference: Mid-Eastem Athletic 

Nickname: Bison 

Home Court/Capacity: Burr Gynmasium/2,700 

President: H Patnck Swygert 

Athletics Director: Henry "Hank" Ford 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Mike McLeese/Elizabeth City State, 1973 

Career Record and Years: 16-38/2 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 16-38/2 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Derrell Matthews/Maryland Eastern Shore, 

1977: Mike Jones/Howard, 1990; Kevm NickelberryA/uginia Wesleyan, 1986 

Letterwlimers Returning/Lost: 6/5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


C 


6-9 


So. 


3.5 


G 


6-4 


Sr. 


10.2 


G 


6-0 


So 


17,7 


G 


6-5 


So. 


10/4 



Starters Returning 

Lionel Allen 
Enc Dedmon 
Jabari Outtz 
Melvin Watson 



1995-96 Record: 7-20 

Conlerence Record/Finish: 6-10/6th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: December 6, 1995: UM 88-HU 71 (at CoUege Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Ed HiU. Jr 

Sports Information Phone: 202.806.7182/84/88 

Home Phone Number: 202.722.4660 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

Drew Hall 

511 Gresham Place, NW 
Washington, D.C. 20059 

FAX Phone Number: 202.806.9595 



RPG 

4.0 
2.6 
3.9 
4.5 



1996-97 Roster 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI 




Pos 


Hometovra 


3 


Jaban Outtz 


6-0 


So 




G 


Lanham, Md. 


5 


Jennaine HoUoway 


6-6 


Fr 




F 


Washington, D.C. 


10 


Danny Evans 


6-9 


Fr 




C 


Washmgton, DC. 


14 


Tony Michell 


6-0 


Fr 




G 


Burtonsville, Md. 


20 


Derrick Davis 


6-4 


So 




F 


San Diego, Calif. 


21 


Enk Shamwell 


6-9 


So 




F 


Chevy Chase, Md 


23 


Xavier Smgletary 


6-6 


Fr 




G/F Washmgton, DC. 


25 


Enc Dedmon 


6-4 


Sr 




G 


Detroit, Mich. 


30 


Melvm Watson 


6-5 


So 




G 


Temple Hills, Md. 


31 


Thurman Johnson 


6-7 


Sr 




F 


Dallas, Tex. 


33 


John Gay 


6-2 


sr 




G 


Miami, Fla. 


34 


Rene Harry 


6-11 


Jr 




C 


Washmgton, D.C. 


50 


Umai Abdullah 


6-9 


So 




C 


Chicago, m. 


51 


Ganett McComuck 


6-9 


Fr 




F 


Chester, Pa. 


1996-97 Schedule 






J25 




Bethune Cookman 


N26 


at Maryland 






J27 




Hampton 


N30 


Morehouse 






J30 




Coppm State 


D3 


Mt. St. Mary's 






Fl 




at UMES 


D7 


at Liberty 






F3 




at Morgan State 


D14 


Amencan 






F8 




at Hampton 


D17 


Barton 






FIO 




at Coppm State 


D28-29 at Otis Spunkmeyer 






F13 




at Flonda A&M 




Tournament 






F15 




at Bethune Cookman 




Berkeley Calif. 






F17 




at Delam/are State 


Jll 


at South CaroUna State 






F22 




South CaroUna State 


J13 


at North CaroUna A&T 






F24 




North CaroUna A&T 


J18 


UMES 






Ml 




Morgan State 


J20 


Delavifare State 






M5-8 


at MEAC Tournament 


J23 


Flonda A&M 










Tallahassee, Fla. 



Lafayette 
College 




Fran O'Hanlon 



Stefan Ciosici 



Monday December 23, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Easton, Pa. 

Founded: 1826 

Enrollment: 2,000 

Colors: Maroon and White 

Conference: Patnot League 

Nickname: Leopards 

Home Court/Capacity: Man P Kirby Field House/3,500 

President: Arthur J. Rothkopf 

Athletics Director: Dr Eve Atkmson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Fran O'HanlonA/illanova, 1970 

Career Record and Years: 7-20/1 Year 

Record at Institution/Years: 7-20/1 Year 

Assistant Coaches and Abna Mater: Rob Jackson/Northeastern, 1974; Pat 

Brogan/Dickmson, 1990: Maynard Melhem/Kutztovra, 1985. 

Letterwitmers Returning/Lost: 6/6 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14 



Starters Returning 

Stefan Ciosici 



Pos. 

C 



Hgt. 

6-11 



CI. 

So. 



PPG 

11.4 



RPG 

7.6 



1995-96 Record: 7-20 

Conference Record/Finish: 4-8/5th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-0 

Last Meeting: December 22, 1990; UM 64-LC 48 

Sports Information Director: Scott D. Morse 

Sports Information Phone: 610.250.5122 

Home Phone Number: 610 559 5946 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Lafayette College Athletic Communications 

Office 

108 Watson Hall 

Easton, Pa. 18042 
FAX Phone Number: 610.250.5519 
Press Row Phone Number: 610.250.5454/5455 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Michael Jerz 


6-3 


So. 


G. 


New City N.J. 


4 


Mike Horner 


6-4 


Fr. 


G/F Spokane, Wash. 


10 


Ross Harms 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Toledo, Oh. 


13 


Sam Gilbert 


6-2 


So. 


G. 


New York, NY 


20 


Chns Shaw 


6-4 


Fr. 


G 


Gardner, Kan. 


21 


Braeden Rogers 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Plainfield, N.J. 


22 


Denms Ofon 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Sharon, Mass. 


23 


Dave Klaus 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Dillsburg, Pa. 


34 


Stefan Ciosici 


6-11 


So. 


C 


Tinusoara, Romania 


40 


Ted Cole 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Monaca, Pa. 


32 


Bnan Ehlers 


6-3 


Fr. 


G 


Bayshore, NY. 


33 


Nathan KMnkhammer 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


CorvalUs, Ore. 


44 


Jason Lucas 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Pottstown, Pa. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J13 




at Yale 


N24 


at Dartmouth 




J15 




Bucknell 


N26 


Harvard 




J18 




at Navy 


Dl 


Brown 




J22 




Holy Cross 


D3 


Princeton 




J25 




Army 


D6-7 


at Pepsi-Manst Classic 




J27 




Pennsylvania 




Yale vs. Charleston Southern 


J29 




at Colgate 




Lafayette vs. Manst 




Fl 




Lehigh 


DIO 


Swarthmore College 




F8 




at Bucknell 


D20 


Haverford College 




F12 




Navy 


D23 


at Maryland 




F15 




at Holy Cross 


D28 


atTulane 




F18 




at Army 


D30 


at Louisiana State 




F22 




Colgate 


J6 


at Cornell 




Ml-5 


at Patriot League 


J8 


at Lehigh 








Championship 



139 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Maryland 
Baltimore 
County 

UMBC 
RETRIEVERS 





Tom Sullivan 



Marc Lay 



Wednesday December 4, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Baltimore, Md. 

Founded: 1966 

Enrollment: 10,600 

Colors: Black and Gold with Red 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Retrievers 

Home Court/Capacity: UMBC Fieidhouse/4,024 

President: Dr. Freeman Hiabowski 

Athletics Director: Dr Charles Brown 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Tom Sullivan/Fordham, 1972 

Career Record and Years: 159-147/11 

Record at Institution/Years: 5-22/1 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Randy Monroe/Doug Nicholas/Bill Zotti 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Alhamisi Simms 


G 


6-2 


So. 


11.0 


3.2 


Marc Lay 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


8.4 


3.4 


Ron Lucien 


G 


6-1 


Sr. 


3.9 


1.9 



1995-96 Record: 5-22 

Conference Record/Finish: 3-ll/7th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads. 7-0 

Last Meeting: December 5, 1994: UM 102-UMBC 77 (at College Park) 

Sports Information Director: Steve Levy 

Sports Information Phone: 410 455-2197 

Home Phone Number: 401.363,6379 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Dept, of Athletic Communications 

1000 Hilltop Circle 
Baltimore, Md. 21250 

FAX Phone Number: 410 455,3994 

Press Row Phone Number: 410.455.3840 



University 

of 

Massachusetts 





James Flint 



Edgar Padilla 



Saturday February 15, 1997; 1:30 
Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Mass. 



Location: Amherst, Mass. 

Founded: 1863 

Enrollment: 24,125 

Colors: Maroon and White 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Minutemen 

Home Court/Capacity: William D, MuUins Memorial Center/9,493 

Chancellor: David Scott 

Athletics Director: Bob Marcum 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: James "Bruiser" FUnt/St. Joseph's, 1987 

Career Record and Years: First Year 

Record at Institution/Years: First Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Jeff Robic/Denison, 1986; Geoff Arnold/St. 

Joseph's, 1986: Tony Barbee, Massachusetts, 1993 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos, 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Edgar Padilla 


G 


6-2 


Sr. 


8.9 


3.5 


Carmelo Travieso 


G 


6-2 


Sr. 


12.6 


3.2 



1995-96 Record: 35-2 

Conference Record/Finish: 15-1/lst 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament Semifinals. East Region, No, 1 Seed; 

Massachusetts def. Central Florida, 92-70; Massachusetts def. Stanford, 79-74; 

Massachusetts def. Arkansas, 79-63; Massachusetts def. Georgetown, 86-62; 

Kentucky def. Massachusetts, 81-74 

Series Record: Massachusetts leads, 3-2 

Last Meeting: December 2, 1995; UMass 50-UM 47 (at Landover, Mass.) 

Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations: Bill Strickland 

Sports Information Phone: 413 545 2439 

Home Phone Number: 413.665 0551 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

255 Boyden Building 
University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, Mass. 01003 



1996-97 Roster 
No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


fAA rnone iMumoer: iij oiio idod 

Press Row Phone Number: 413 545 6323/6139 






00 


Alhamisi Simms 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Annapohs, Md. 


1996-q7 Rnsfpr 










12 


Eric Hayes 


5-11 


Sr 


G 


Tampa, Fla. 


No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


14 


Jason Burik 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


McKees Rock, Pa. 


3 


Charlton Clarke 


6-3 


So 


G 


Bronx, NY. 


15 


Rodnck Harrison 


6-0 


So. 


G 


Baltimore, Md. 


4 


Lari Ketner 


6-10 


So. 


C 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


20 


Michael van Veen 


6-4 


So, 


G/F Den Helder, Holland 


10 


Ross Burns 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Greenfield, Mass, 


22 


Ron Lucien 


6-1 


Sr 


G 


Brooklyn, NY 


12 


Edgar Padilla 


6-2 


Sr, 


G 


Toa Alta, Puerto Rico 


24 


Jason Womble 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Monmouth Junaion, N,J, 


14 


Andy Maclay 


6-4 


So, 


G 


Stroudsburg, Pa. 


25 


Kenya Merritt 


5-11 


Jr. 


G 


West Orange, N,J. 


20 


Winston Smith 


6-5 


Fr, 


F 


Elizabeth, N,J, 


33 


Isaac Green 


6-6 


Fr, 


F 


Newark, N,J. 


22 


Chris Kirkland 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


Pittsburgh, Pa, 


34 


Kermedy Okafoi 


6-6 


Fr, 


F 


Brooklyn, N,Y 


23 


Mike Babul 


6-6 


Fr, 


F 


North Attleboro, Mass, 


35 


Lenny Barber 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Annapolis, Md, 


24 


Faimelo Travieso 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Boston, Mass, 


40 


Enc Poisez 


6-10 


Jr 


C 


Sneek, Holland 


34 


Tyrone Weeks 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


44 


Marc Lay 


6-6 


Sr 


F 


Boilong Sprmgs, Pa, 


42 


Ajmal Basit 


6-9 


Fr. 


C 


Jersey City, N,J, 


45 


Kerry Martm 


6-6 


Fr. 


F 


Mays Landmg, N.J. 


50 


Inus NorviUe 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Fayetteville, N,C. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J16 




at Charleston Southern 


1996-97 Schedule 




J12 




Virgmia Tech 


N23 


Loyola 




J18 




Coastal CaroUna 


N25-27 at Maui hivitational 




J14 




at St. Bonaventure 


N26 


Towson State 




J25 




Wmthrop 




Califorma, Kansas, 




J18 




Boston College (at Boston, 


D4 


at Maryland 




J29 




UNC Greensboro 




Massachusetts, Virginia, 






Mass.) 


D6 


Central Connecticut 




Fl 




at Winthrop 




Louisiana State, South 


J21 




Rhode Island 


Oil 


at Rutgers 




F3 




Radford 




Carolina, Iowa, Chaminade 


J25 




at Temple 


014 


at Rider 




F7 




Coastal Carolina 


D4 


Georgetown (at Great Eight 


J30 




at George Washington 


021 


at Virginia 




F12 




Bucknell 




Tournament) 




Fl 




Xavier 


D28 


St. Mary's 




F15 




UNC Asheville 


D7 


Wyonung 




F3 




Fordham (at New York City, 


D30 


at James Madison 




F17 




Lehigh 


DIO 


Fresno State 








N,Y) 


J4 


at UNC Asheville 




F20 




Liberty 


012 


Drexel 




F6 




Ouquesne 


J6 


at UNC Greensboro 




F22 




Charleston Southern 


014 


at Wake Forest 




F8 




at Rhode Island 


J9 


at St. Peter's 




F28-M2 


at Big South Tournament 


O20 


North Carolma (at Jimmy V 


Fll 




St. Bonaventure 


Jll 


Radford 








(Lynchburg, Va.) 




Classic) 




F15 




Maryland (Worcester Centurm) 


J13 


Liberty 










022 


at UNC Wilmington 




F20 




Fordham 














027 


Connecticut (at Hartford, 


F23 




at Dayton 
















Conn.) 




F25 




at St. Joseph's 














J2 


Davidson 




Ml 




Temple 














J5 


St. Joseph's 




M5-£ 




at Atlantic 10 Tournament 














J8 


at La Salle 











140 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



University 

of 

Memphis 





Larry Finch 



Cedric Henderson 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Annual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Location; Memphis, Tenn. 

Founded: 1912 

Enrollment: 20,062 

Colors: Royal Blue and Gray 

Conference: Conference USA 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Court/Capacity: The Pyramid/20,142 

President: Dr V, Lane Rawlms 

Athletics Director: R C Johnson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Larry Finch/Memphis, 1973 

Career Record and Years: 204-115/10 Years 

Record at Institution/ Years: 204-115/10 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: John Prmce/Southern Mississippi, 1977; Tom 

Schubertli/Mississippi State, 1980; Tim Morgan/Memphis, 1965 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 7/7 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Cednc Henderson 


F 


6-7 


Sr. 


12.6 


4.0 


Chris Garner 


G 


5-10 


Sr 


7.6 


3.5 



1995-96 Record: 22-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 11-3/Tl 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, No. 5 Seed West Region; Drexel def. Memphis, 

75-63 

Series Record: Memphis leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: December 17, 1966, Memphis 55-Maryland 53 (at Memphis State 

Invitational) 

Sports Information Director: Bob Winn 

Associate Sports Information Director: Mark Owens (for Men's Basketball) 

Sports Information Phone: 901 678 2337 

Home Phone Number: 901 755.9589 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Athletic Media Relations Office 

AOB Room 205 
Memphis, Tennessee 38152 

FAX Phone Number: 901.678.4134 

Press Row Phone Number: 901.527 9943 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


00 


Chris Garner 


5-10 


Sr. 


G 


Memphis, Tenn 


3 


John Gales 


6-1 


Sr. 


G 


Memphis, Tenn 


4 


Chad Allen 


6-10 


SrR. 


C 


Little Rock, Ark 


5 


Torian Richards 


6-9 


So. 


C 


Memphis, Tenn 


11 


Demond Lyles 


5-10 


Jr. 


G 


Lima, Ohio 


12 


Cody Hopson 


6-5 


Sr. 


G 


Sapulpa, Okla. 


20 


Kendnck Bradford 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Dallas, Tex. 


21 


Larry Fmch, Jr. 


5-9 


So. 


G 


Memphis, Tenn 


23 


Josh Steinthal 


6-b 


Fr. 


G 


Sumner, Wash. 


30 


Damonn Fuller 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Jackson, Tenn. 


42 


Harry Allen 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Norristown, Pa. 


45 


Cednc Henderson 


6-7 


Sr. 


F 


Memphis, Tenn 


50 


Michael Brittian 


6-9 


Jr. 


C 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J15 




DePaul 


N23 


Wisconsin (at Ottawa, 




J19 




UNC Charlotte 




Canada) 




J23 




at LouisviUe 


N30 


N.C. State 




J25 




atUAB 


D2 


Jackson State 




J30 




Southern Mississippi 


07 


Vanderbilt 




Fl 




at Arkansas 


D15 


at Tennessee 




F5 




at vanderbilt 


D18 


Northeast Louisiana 




F9 




Louisville 


D21 


Texas Southern 




F12 




at Houston 


D23 


Oklahoma 




F16 




at Tulane 


D27-30 at Outrigger Hotels Rainbow 


F19 




at Saint Louis 




Classic 




F22 




Georgetown 


J4 


Detroit 




F26 




Houston 


J7 


South Florida 




Fl 




Cincmnati 


J9 


at UNC Charlotte 




M5-8 


at Conference USA 


J12 


Marguette 








Tournament 



University 

of 

Miciiigan 



MICHIGAN 

ATM 




Louis Bullock 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Armual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Founded: 1817 

Enrollment: 36,617 

Colors: Maize and Blue 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname: Wolvermes 

Home Court/Capacity: Crisler Arena/13,562 

President: Homer A, Neal (Interim) 

Athletics Director: M, Joseph Roberson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Steve Fisher/IUinois State, 1967 

Career Record and Years: 160-71/7-^ Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 160-71/7-^ Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Brian Dutcher/Minnesota, 1982; Scott 

Perry/Wayne State, 1986; Scott Trost/Minnesota-Morns, 1985 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Louis Bullock 


G 


6-2 


So, 


13.5 


3.0 


Maurice Taylor 


F/C 


6-9 


Jr. 


14.0 


7.0 


Maceo Baston 


F/C 


6-9 


Jr. 


11.7 


6.6 


Travis Conlan 


G 


6-5 


Jr. 


4.5 


2.9 



1995-96 Record: 20-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-8/T5th 

Post Season: NC/VA Tournament; Midwest Region, No. 7 Seed; Texas def. 

Michigan, 80-76 

Series Record: Michigan leads, 3-1 

Last Meeting: March 25, 1994; Mich 79-Maryland 71 (NCAA Tournament at Dallas, 

Tex.) 

Sports Information Director: Bruce Madej 

Sports Information Director for Men's Basketball: B J. Sohn 

Sports Information Phone: 313 647 1268 

Home Phone Number: 313.481 9336 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

University of Michigan 

1000 State St. 

An Arbor, Mich. 48109 

FAX Phone Number: 313 647.1188 
Press Row Phone Number: 313 998.7188 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos 


Hometown 


3 


Ryan DeKuiper 


6-3 


So. 


G/J 


Fremont, Mich. 


4 


Brandun Hughes 


6-0 


Jr. 


G 


Peoria, 111. 


11 


Louis Bullock 


6-2 


So. 


G 


Temple Hills, Md. 


21 


Travis Conlan 


6-5 


Jr. 


G 


St. Clair Shores, mich 


23 


Maurice Taylor 


6-9 


Jr. 


F/C 


Detroit, Mich. 


24 


Ron Oliver 


6-0 


So. 


G 


Little Rock, Ark. 


30 


Maceo Bston 


6-9 


Jr. 


F/C 


Dallas, Tex. 


32 


Jerod Ward 


6-9 


Jr. 


F/C 


Clinton, Miss. 


44 


Albert White 


6-6 


So. 


F/C 


Inskter, Mich. 


50 


Erik Szyndlar 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Belleville, Mich. 


54 


Robert Traylor 


6-8 


So. 


C 


Detroit, Mich. 


55 


Peter Vignier 


6-11 


Fr. 


C 


Teaneck, N.J. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J4 




at Northwestern 


N26 


Ball State 




J9 




Illinois 


N30 


at Cleveland State 




Jll 




at Minnesota 


D2 


Bradley 




J16 




Purdue 


D5 


Detroit-Mercy 




J19 




Iowa 


D8 


at Duke 




J21 




at Indiana 


Dll 


at St. John's 




J25 




at Michigan State 


D15 


Louisiana State (Auburn Hills, 


J28 




at Penn State 




Mich.) 




Fl 




Michigan 


D21 


Arizona (Auburn HUls, 


Mich.) 


F6 




at Wisconsin 


D27-30 33rd Annual Outrigger 


Hotels 


F8 




Penn State 




Rainbow Classic 




F16 




Indiana 




Maryland vs. Pittsburgh; 


F20 




at Iowa 




Hawai'i vs. Northwestern; 


F23 




at Purdue 




Washington State vs 




F26 




Mmnesota 




Georgia; 




Ml/2 




at Illinois 




Memphis vs. Michigan 




M5 




Northwestern 


J2 


Ohio State 




M8/S 




at Ohio State 



141 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Mississippi 

State 

University 








Richard Williams 



Tyrone Washington 



Possible Opponent at 

Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities Classic 

December 8-9, 1996 

USAir Arena, Landover, Md. 



Location: StarkvUle, Miss, 

Founded: 1878 

Enrollment: 14,066 

Colors: Maroon and White 

Conference: Southeastern (Western Division) 

Nickname: Bulldogs 

Home Court/Capacity: Humphrey CoUseum/10,000 

President: Dr Donald W, Zachanas 

Athletics Director: Larry Templeton 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Richard Williams/Mississippi State, 1967 

Career Record and Years: 164-130/10 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 164-130/10 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Rick Stansbury/Camplesville College, 1982; 

Greg Carter/Mississippi State, 1991; Owen Miller/Mississippi College, 1994, 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/7 

Starters Returning/Lost: 0/5 

1995-96 Record: 26-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/lst in SEC West 

Post Season; NC/VA Tournament, Southeast Region, No, 5 Seed; Mississippi State 

del, Virgmia Commonwealth, 58-51; Mississippi State def. Prmceton, 63-41; 

Mississippi State def, Connecticut, 60-55; Mississippi State def. Cincinnati, 73-63; 

Syracuse def Mississippi State, 77-69, 

Series Record:Mississippi State leads, 3-0 

Last Meeting: December 29, 1961; Miss, St 64-UM 62 (at Sugar Bowl Tournament, 

New Orleans. La ) 

Sports Information Director: Mike Nemeth 

Sports Information Phone: 601 325 2703 

Home Phone Number: 601 323 7780 

Sports Information Director for Basketball: David Rosinski 

Home Phone Number: 601,324,0497 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Mississippi State Umversity 

Media Relations Office 
College View Drive 
Humphrey Coliseum, Room 202 
Mississippi State, Mississippi 39762 

FAX Phone Number: 601 325,3654 

Press Row Phone Number: 601,325 3776 

1996-97 Roster 

No. Name Ht. CI. Pos. Hometown 

4 T,J Billups 6-4 Fr, G Jackson, Miss. 

5 Trey Moore 6-4 Jr, G Houston, Texas 

10 Rankm Sherling 6-2 Fr, G Yazoo City, Miss, 

11 Terry Lawyer 6-8 Fr, F Pass Christian, Miss, 
15 Whit Hughes 6-5 Jr, F Jackson, Miss. 

20 Armond Wilson 6-1 So, G Laurel, Miss. 

21 McKie Edmonson 6-0 Jr. G Madison, Miss 

22 BartHyche 5-11 So. G Winfield, Ala. 

24 Early Smith 6-8 Fr. C/F Starkville, Miss. 

25 Derrick Jones 6-4 Fr. G ErwmviUe, La. 

32 Horatio Webster 6-7 Jr. F Durant, Miss. 

33 Quentm Smith 6-9 Fr. F/C Vicksburg, Miss 
42 Tyrone Washmgton 6-10 So. C hidianola. Miss. 



1996-97 

N23 
N26 
N30 
D3 

D8-9 



D14 
D17 
D19 
D21 
D30-J1 



Schedule 

Northwestern State 
Southeastern Louisiana 
James Madison 
Wake Forest (Great Eight at 

Chicago, 111.) 
at Franklm National 

Bank/Children's Chanties 

Classic 
Mississippi State vs. George 

Washmgton 
Maryland vs. Cahforma 
Loyola (New Orleans) 
Texas Southern 
Old Dominion 
at UNC WUminqton 
at Puerto Rico Hohday 

Shootout 
Fresno State, Bowlmg Green, 

Southwest Missouri State, 

Cincmnati, Southeast 



Missoun State, Old 
Dommion, Nebraska. 

J4 Louisiana State 

J7 at Kentucky 

Jll South Carolina 

J15 Mississippi 

J21 at Arkansas 

J25 Vanderbilt 

J29 at Louisiana State 

Fl Alabama 

F5 at Auburn 

F8 at Georgia 

F12 Flonda 

F15 at Termessee 

F19 at Mississippi 

F23 Arkansas 

F26 Auburn 

Ml at Alabama 

M6-9 at SEC Tournament (the 

Pyrarmd, Memphis, Term.) 



University 
of North 
Carolina 





Dean Smith 



Antawn Jamison 



Wednesday January 8, 1997; 8:00 p.m. /ESPN 
Dean E. Smith Center Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Saturday February 22, 1997; 4:00 p.m./RJ 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Chapel HrU, N.C. 

Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 24,439 

Colors: CaroUna Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Home Court/Capacity: Dean E, Smith Center/21,572 

Chancellor: Michael Hooker 

Athletics Director: John Swofford 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Dean Smith/Kansas, 1953 

Career Record and Years: 851-247/35 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 851-247/35 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: BUI Guthridge/Kansas State, 1960; PhU 

Ford/North Carolina, 1978, Dave Hanners/North Carolma, 1976 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Starters Returning/Lost: 8/5 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Antawn Jamison 


F 


6-8 


So. 


15,1 


9.7 


Ademola Okulaja 


F 


6-8 


So. 


6,2 


5.2 


Serge Zwikker 


C 


7-2 


Sr 


9.5 


6.2 



1995-96 Record: 21-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/3rd 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, East Region, No. 6 Seed; North Carolma def. New 

Orleans, 83-62; Texas Tech def. Nonh Carolma, 92-73. 

Series Record: North Carolma leads, 100-43 

Last Meeting: February 6, 1996; UM 84-UNC 78 (at Chapel Hill, N.C.) 

Media Relations Director: Steve Kirschner 

Assistant Media Relations Dhector: Kevm Best 

Media Relations Phone: 919 962 2123 

Home Phone Number: 919 403 7179 

Media Relations Mailing Address: Media Relations Office 

University of North CaroUna 

2nd Floor Smith Center 

Skipper Bowles Drive 

Chapel HiU, N.C. 27515 
FAX Phone Number: 919,962.0612 
Press Row Phone Number: 919 962 2678 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Shammond Wilhams 


6-2 


Jr. 


18C 


Greenville, S.C. 


4 


Makhtar Ndiaye 


6-9 


Jr. 


C/I 


Dakar, Senegal 


5 


Ed Cota 


6-1 


Fr. 


G 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


11 


Michael Booker 


6-6 


Fr. 


G/F Sandersville, Ga. 


13 


Ademola Okulaja 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Berime, Germany 


14 


Ryan Suthvan 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Bogota, N.J. 


15 


Vmce Carter 


6-5 


So. 


G/F Ormond Beach, Fla. 


21 


Terrence Newby 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Slier City Ga. 


22 


Webb Tyndall 


5-11 


Sr. 


G 


Kmston, N.C. 


33 


Antawn Jatmson 


6-8 


So. 


F 


Charlotte, N.C. 


34 


Charhe McNairy 


6-6 


Sr. 


F 


Kmston, N.C, 


45 


Serge Awikker 


7-2 


Sr. 


C 


Maassluis, Netherlands 


54 


Vasco Evitmov 


6-9 


Fr 


F 


Sofia, Bulgana 


1996-97 Schedule 




J8 




Maryland 


N22 


Arizona (at Springfield, Mass. 


Jll 




at Virginia 


N25 


Richmond 




J15 




N,C, State 


N29 


Pittsburgh 




J18 




Georgia Tech 


D2 


Bethune-Cookman 




J22 




at Florida State 


D6-7 


at Harris-Teeter Pepsi 




J26 




Clemson 




Challenge 




J29 




at Duke 




vs. Southern Cahforma 




Fl 




Middle Tennessee State 




South Carolma vs. UNC 




F6 




Flonda State 




Charlotte 




F8 




Virginia 


D15 


at Virginia Mihtary 




F12 




at N,C, State 


D18 


Louisiana State (Greensboro, 


F15 




at Georgia Tech 




N.C) 




F19 




Wake Forest 


D20 


Massachusetts (Jimmy 


V 


F22 




at Maryland 




Classic) 




F26 




at Clemson 


D22 


at Princeton 




M2 




Duke 


J4 


at Wake Forest 




M6-9 


at ACC Tournament 



142 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



N.C. State 
University 





Northwestern 
University 



Herb Sendek 



Danny Strong 



Sunday January 12, 1996; 1:00 p.m. 
Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. 

Wednesday February 5, 1996; 8:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Founded: 1887 

Enrollment: 27,537 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Court/Capacity: Reynolds Coliseum/12,400 

Chancellor: Dr. Larry K Monteith 

Athletics Director: Les Robinson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Herb Sendek/Camegie Mellon, 1985 

Career Record and Years: 63-26/3 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: Fust Year 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Larry Harris/Pittsburgh, 1978; Sean 

Miller/Pittsburgh, 1992: John Groce/Taylor, 1994. 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 

Starters Returning 

Ishua Benjamm 
Chnt Harnson 
Jeremy Hyatt 
Danny Strong 

1995-96 Record: 15-16 
Conference Record/Fiiush: 3-13/9th 
Post Season: NA 

Series Record: N.C. State leads, 66-41 

Last Meeting: February 22, 1996; UM 86-NCSU 84 (at Raleigh, N.C.) 
Sports Information Director: Mark Bockehnan 
Sports Information Phone: 919.515.2102 
Home Phone Number: 919.662.9220 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

N.C. State University 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


G 


6-5 


Jr 


8.9 


G 


6-4 


Jl 


5.8 


F 


6-6 


Sr 


8.5 


F 


6-6 


Sr 


13.1 



RPG 

3.0 
1.9 
4.6 
4.7 







113 Reynolds CoUseum 
















Gates Avenue 


FAX Phone Number: 847,491.8818 












Raleigh, N.C. 


27695 


Press Row Phone Number: 847.491.8852 






FAX Phone Number: 919,515.2898 


















Press Row Phone Numher: 919.515.3393 






1996-97 Roster 




















No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. 


Hometown 


1996-97 Roster 










00 Joe Harmsen 


6-10 


So 


F 


Fond du Lac, Wis. 


No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


4 Juhan Bonner 


6-1 


So. 


G 


Detroit, Mich. 


00 Danny Strong 


6-6 


Sr 


F 


Great Falls, S.C. 


12 Jevon Johnson 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Savarmah, Ga. 


3 Damon Thornton 


6-7 


Fr 


F 


Tidewater, Va. 


13 Joe Branch 


6-4 


Jr 


F 


Houston, Tex. 


5 Ishua Benjamin 


6-5 


Jr 


G 


Concord, N.C. 


24 Sean Hanlon 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Galesburg, HI. 


10 Jason Sutton 


6-3 


Sr 


G 


Fayetteville, N.C. 


25 Geno Carlisle 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


12 Justin Gainey 


6-0 


Fr 


G 


Greensboro, N.C. 


31 Nate Pomeday 


6-3 


So. 


G 


Cedar Grove, Wis. 


14 Al Pinkms 


6-7 


Sr.R 


F 


Camelha, Ga, 


42 Evan Eschmeyer 


6-11 


Sr. 


C 


New KnoxviUe, Ohio 


20 Jeremy Hyatt 


6-6 


Sr 


F 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


33 CarveU Ammons 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


Champaign, HI. 


23 CUnt Harrison 


6-4 


Jr 


G 


Reidsville, N.C. 


35 Aron Molnar 


6-11 


Fr. 


C 


Mississauga, Ontario 


25 Tim Wells 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 












32 Andre McCullum 


6-6 


Fr 


F 


WMteville, N.C. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J4 




Michigan 


45 Luke Buffum 


6-8 


So.R 


F 


Beverly Hills, Cahf. 


N22 Tennessee-Martm 




Jll 




at Purdue 


50 Steve Norton 


6-11 


JrR 


C 


Asheville, N.C. 


N26 Central Michigan 
N30 Tennessee Tech 




J15 
JIB 




Indiana 

at Michigan State 


1996-97 Schedule 




J18 




at Clemson 


D3 San Diego State 




J22 




Penn State 


N22 Florida Atlantic 




J21 




Duke 


D7 Depaul (Rosemont, m.) 


J25 




Ohio State 


N25 Perm State 




J25 




at Georgia Tech 


D14 Seton Hall 




J29 




at Wisconsin 


N27 Lamar 




J28 




at Virginia 


D18 mmois State 




Fl 




Mirmesota 


N30 at Memphis 




Fl 




Clemson 


D21 Loyola (Chicago) 




F5 




at nimois 


D3 Wmthrop 




F5 




at Maryland 


D27-30 33rd Annual Outngger 


F8 




Wisconsin 


D7 Wake Forest 




F8 




at Duke 


Hotels Rainbow Classic 


F13 




at Ohio State 


D19 Central Florida 




F12 




North Carolina 


Maryland vs. Pittsburgh; 


F15 




at Penn State 


D21 at Kansas 




F16 




at Wake Forest 


Hawaii vs. Northwestern; 


F19 




Michigan State 


D31 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 




F19 




Vugima 


Washington State 


vs. 


F22 




at Indiana 


J4 at Flonda State 




F22 




Georgia Tech 


Geor0a; 




F26 




Purdue 


J7 Texas Pan American 




F26 




Florida State 


Memphis vs. Michigan 


M5 




at Michigan 


J12 Maryland 




Ml 




Wofford 


J2 at Iowa 




M8 




Iowa 


J15 at North Carolina 




M6-9 


at ACC Tournament 















Ricky Byrdsong 



Geno Carlisle 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Aimual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Location: Evanston, 111. 

Founded: 1851 

EmroUment: 7,400 (undergraduates) 

Colors: Purple and White 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Home Court/Capacity: Welsh-Ryan Arena/8,117 

President: Henry S Bienen 

Athletics Director: Rick Taylor 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Ricky Byrdsong/Iowa State, 1978 

Career Record and Years: 80-143/8 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 27-56/3 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Paul Swanson/Iowa State, 1974; Shawn 

Parrish/Ball State, 1990; Jamal WMeeks, Indiana, 1992. 

Letterwiimers Returning/Lost: 7/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Starters Returning Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

Geno Carlisle G 6-2 Jr 19.7 2.6 

Evan Eschmeyer C 6-11 Sr 9.0 6.6 

Jevon Johnson G 6-3 Sr 6.8 2.6 

Joe Branch F 6-4 Jr 6.7 3.7 

1995-96 Record: 7-20 

Conference Record/Finish: 2- 16/1 1th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Northwestern leads, 1-0 

Last Meeting: December 6, 1958, NU 66-UM 62 (at Evanston, El.) 

Sports Information Director: Brad Hurlbut 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Lisa Juscik 

Sports Information Phone: 847.491.7503 

Home Phone Number: 847.733.8074 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Northwestern Univ. Media Services Office 

1501 Central St. 

Evanston, Illinois 60208 



143 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



University of 
Pennsylvania 





Fran Dunphy 



Garett Kreitz 



Tuesday January 21, 1997 
Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md. 



Location: Philadelphia, Pa, 

Founded: 1740 

Enrollment: 9,800 

Colors: Red and Blue 

Conference: Ivy League 

Nickname: Quakers 

Home Court/Capacity: The Palestra/8,700 

President: Dr Judith Rodin 

Athletics Director: Steve Bilsky 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Fran Dunphy/La Salle, 1970 

Career Record and Years: 123-65 11 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 123-65/7 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Gil Jackson/EUzabethtown, 1969; Steve 

Donahue/Ursinus, 1984; Dave Hooks/Guilford, 1979 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 



Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Starters Returning 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


Garrett Kreitz 


G 


6-1 


Jr 


90 


1.9 


Vonteego Curammgs 


G 


6-4 


Sr. 


6.4 


3.4 


Frank Brown 


F 


6-5 


So. 


3.3 


2,7 


Chad Varga 


F 


6-6 


Sr. 


12.5 


6.3 



1995-96 Record: 17-10 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-2/Tlst 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Pennsylvania leads, 12-1 

Last Meeting: 1952-53; UP 70-UM 53 (at Philadelphia, Pa.) 

Sports Information Director: Shaun May 

Director of Media Relations: Gail Zachary 

Sports Information Phone: 215.898 6128 

Home Phone Number: 609 931 0362 (Zachary) 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Pennsylvania Sports Information 

235 S. 33rd St. 
Weightman HaU 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 

FAX Phone Number: 215.898-1747 
Press Row Phone Number: 215.898 6159 



1996-97 Roster 










No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


PO! 


Hometown 


2 Mike Dzik 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Folcroft, Pa. 


3 Jamie Lyren 


6-3 


Sr. 


G 


Wadsworth, Ohio 


14 Garett Kreitz 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Cresskill, N.J. 


15 Frank Brown 


6-5 


So. 


G/F Beverly Hills, Calif 


24 Jed Ryan 


6-7 


So. 


F 


Ene, Pa. 


42 Paul Romanczuk 


6-7 


So. 


F 


West Chester, Pa. 


45 Nate Allison 


5-10 


So. 


G 


WiUmgboro, N.J. 


Michael Jordan 


6-0 


Fr. 


G 


Abmgton, Pa. 


Mike KoUer 


6-5 


Fr, 


F 


Grey Bull, Wyo. 


Matt Langel 


6-5 


Fr. 


G 


Moorestown, Pa. 


George Mboya 


6-6 


So. 


F 


Bethesda, Md. 


Geoff Owens 


6-11 


Fr. 


C 


Audubon, N.J. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J28 




at Temple 


D3 Towson State 




J31 




at Columbia 


D7 at Lehigh 




Fl 




at Cornell 


DIO Villanova 




F7 




Harvard 


D21 at Temple 




F8 




Dartmouth 


D28-30 at Arizona Tournament 


Fll 




Princeton 


J4 at Rice 




F14 




Brown 


JIO at Yale 




F15 




Yale 


Jl 1 at Brovm 




F21 




at Dartmouth 


J15 Drexel 




F22 




at Harvard 


J18 St. Joseph's 




F28 




Cornell 


J27 at Lafayette 




Ml 




Columbia 


J21 Maryland 




M4 




at Pnnceton 


J23 at La Salle 











University 

of 

Pittsburgii 





Ralph Willard 



Chad Varga 



33rd Annual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 
December 27 



Location: Pittsburgh, Pa, 

Founded: 1787 

Enrollment: 32,107 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Panthers 

Home Court/Capacity: Fitzgerald Field House/6,798 

Chancellor: Mark Nordenberg 

Athletics Director: TBA 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Ralph Willard/Holy Cross, 1967 

Career Record and Years: 101-77/7 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 20-35/2 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Bobby Jones/Western Kentucky, 1984; Jim 

Chnstian/Rhode Island, 1988; Troy Weaver/Prmce George's C.C, 1990 

Letterwiimers Returning/Lost: 7/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 



1995-96 Record: 10-17 
Conference Record/Finish: 5-13/7th 
Post Season: NA 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-1 

Last Meeting: January 27, 1981; UM 69-UP 66 (OT) (at Pittsburgh) 
Sports Information Director: Ron Wahl 
Sports Information Phone: 412 648 8240 
Home Phone Number: 412 864 6627 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

University of Pittsburgh 







Terrace St, at Pittsburgh Stadium 






PO, Box 7436 








Pittsburgh, Pa. 15260 


FAX Phone Number: 412 648 8428 








Press Row Phone Number: 412.648.2318 






1996-97 Roster 










No. Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 Vonteego Cununings 


6-4 


So. 


G 


Thomson, Ga. 


11 Chns Gardella 


5-7 


Jr. 


G 


Altoona, Pa. 


12 Jarrett Lockhart 


6-2 


Fr. 


G 


Bronx, NY. 


13 Kevin Willard 


6-0 


Jr, 


G 


Bowlmg Green, Ken 


14 Gerald Jordan 


6-11 


Sr, 


C 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


22 Jason Maile 


6-4 


Sr, 


G 


Forest City, Pa. 


23 KeUii Taylor 


6-0 


Fr, 


G 


Silver Sprmg, Md. 


30 Mark Blount 


7-0 


So, 


C 


New York, N.Y. 


33 Amr El Nokali 


6-5 


So, 


G 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


40 Andre Howard 


6-6 


So, 


F 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


50 Chad Varga 


6-6 


Sr 


F 


Detroit, Mich. 


52 Isaac Hawkins 


6-8 


Fr. 


F 


Baton Rouge, Louis. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J4 




at St. John's 


N24 Illinois State 




J8 




Miami 


N26 at Navy 




Jll 




Rutgers 


N29 at North Carohna 




J18 




St. John's 


D4 Connecticut 




J21 




at Boston College 


D8 at Seton Hall 




J25 




at Georgetown 


014 Virgima Commonwealth 


J29 




Notre Dame 


D16 Carnegie Mellon 




Fl 




at West Virginia 


D18 St. Francis (Pa.) 




F5 




at Miami 


D21 at Duquesne 




F8 




Seton Hall 


D23 Mt. St. Mary's 




F12 




ViUanova 


D27-30 33rd Aruiual Outrigger 


Hotels F15 




at Providence 


Rainbow Classic 




F19 




Georgetown 


Maryland vs. Pittsburgh: 


F23 




Boston College 


Hawaii vs. Northwestern; 


F25 




at Connecticut 


Washington State vs. 




M2 




at Syracuse 


Georgia; 




M5-f 




at Big East Tournament 


Memphis vs. Michigan 











144 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Towson 

State 

University 




SlMl 




Terry Truax 



Michael Keyes 



Saturday November 30, 1996; 1:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House. College Park. Md, 



Location: Towson. Md. 

Founded: 1866 

Enrollment: 14.600 

Colors: Gold, Black and White 

Conference: America East 

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 and Years: 193-184/13 

Record at Institution/Years: 193-184/13 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater; Jim Meil/Lehigh, 1982; Fred 

Quartlebaum/Fordham, 1987 

Letterwirmers Returning/Lost: 8/5 

Starters Returning/Lost; 1/4 



Starters Returning 

Michael Keyes 



Pos. 

G 



Hgt. 

6-1 



CI. 

Sr, 



PPG 

9.2 



RPG 

3.0 



1995-96 Record: 16-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 11-7 (North Atlantic Conference) 

Post Season: None 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 12-0 

Last Meeting: November 27, 1995; UM 70-TSU 67 (at Baltimore, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Peter Schlehr 

Associate Sports Information Director: Dan O'Cormell 

Sports Information Phone: 410 830-2232 

Home Phone Number; 410.838-9221 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports hiformation Office 

Towson State University 
Towson Center, Room 212A 
Towson, Maryland 21204 

FAX Phone Number: 410. 830.3861 

Press Row Phone Number: 410 830.3286 



1996-97 Roster 












No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI 




Pos 


Hometown 


4 


Ralph Biggs 


6-6 


Jr 




F 


Washmgton, N.C. 


10 


Oman Grey 


6-3 


Fr 




G 


Hampton, Va. 


11 


Peter Kenah 


5-11 


Jr 




G 


Rockville, Md. 


12 


MarUn Wise 


6-1 


Fr 




G 


Baltimore, Md. 


13 


Raul de Pablo 


6-2 


Fr 




G 


Fredenck, Md. 


14 


Flonan Schneider 


6-6 


Sr 




F 


Schherbach. France 


25 


DaVorm Harp 


6-7 


So 




F 


Columbus, Ohio 


30 


Michael Keyes 


6-1 


Sr 




G 


Pittsburgh, Pa 


31 


Denck Newrton 


6-6 


Jr 




C/F 


Hyattsville, Md. 


32 


Damon Cason 


6-0 


Fr 




G 


Baltunore, Md. 


33 


Ryan Lexer 


6-8 


Jr 




F/C 


Council Rock, Pa. 


34 


Ernest Halrston 


6-7 


Fr 




F 


Dumfries, Va. 


40 


Derrick Earl 


6-6 


Jr 




F 


Augusta. Ga. 


52 


Josh Anderson 


6-9 


Sr 




C/F 


Waldorf, Md. 


1996-97 Schedule 






J16 




at Maine 


N22 


Old Domiruon 






J18 




at New Hampshire 


N24 


Navy 






J21 




Hofstra 


N26 


atUMBC 






J24 




at Northeastern 


N30 


at Maryland 






J26 




at Boston Umversity 


D3 


at Pennsylvania 






J31 




at Hofstra 


D6 


Boston Umversity 






F2 




Drexel 


D8 


Northeastern 






F7 




at Vermont 


DIO 


Loyola College (Md.) 






F9 




at Hartford 


D28 


James Madison 






F13 




New Hampshire 


J5 


at Delaware 






F15 




Maine 


J7 


at Drexel 






F18 




at West Virginia 


JIO 


Vermont 






F22 




Delaware 


J12 


Hartford 






F28-M7 


at America East Tournam 



University 
of Virginia 




Jeff Jones 



Curtis Staples 



Saturday January 4, 1997; 4:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Saturday March 1, 1997; 1:30 p.m. 
University Hall, Charlottesville, Va. 



Location: Charlottesville, Va. 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment; 18. 398 

Colors; Orange and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Home Court/Capacity: Umversity Hall/8,457 

President: John T. Casteen HI 

Athletics Director; Terry Holland 

Head Coach and Alma Mater; Jeff Jones/Vugmia. 1982 

Career Record and Years: 117-72/6 years 

Record at Institution/Years: 117-72/6 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Tom Perrin/Vermont, 1979; Anthony 

Solomon/Virgmia. 1987; Pete Herrmann/SUNY Geneseo, 1970. 

Letterwirmers Returning/Lost: 9/3 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Starters Returning Pos. Hgt. CI. PPG RPG 

Courtney Alexander F/G 6-6 So. 13.9 4.5 

Harold Deane G 6-2 St. 16.7 4.4 

Norman Nolan F 6-8 Jr. 9.5 7.0 

Curtis Staples . G 6-3 Jr 14.0 3.6 

1995-96 Record; 12-15 

Conference Record/Finish; 6-10/7th 

Post Season: NA 

Series Record; Maryland leads. 86-59 

Last Meeting; March 2. 1996; UM 83-UVA 71 (at College Park, Md.) 

Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 

Assistant Sports Information Director: Mike Colley (for men's basketball) 

Sports Information Phone: 804.982-5500 

Home Phone Number; 804,978,2966 (Murray); 804.975.5477 (Colley) 

Sports Information Mailing Address; Onesty Hall 

Corner of Massieand Alderman Roads 
Charlottesville, Va. 22903 

FAX Phone Number: 804.982.5525 

Press Row Phone Number: 804.296.5910 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos 


Hometown 


5 


Curtis Staples 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Roanoke. Va. 


13 


Jamal Robinson 


6-7 


Sr. 


G/F 


Jamaica, NY. 


15 


Peter McLaughlin 


6-2 


Jr. 


G 


Maplewood, N.J. 


21 


Harold Deane 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Ettrick, Va. 


24 


Willie Dersch 


6-5 


Fr. 


G/F 


Floral Park, NY 


25 


Norman Nolan 


6-8 


Jr. 


F 


Baltunore, Md. 


31 


Michael Curtis 


6-3 


Jr. 


G 


Richmond, Va. 


32 


Courtney Alexander 


6-6 


So. 


G/F 


Durham, N.C. 


33 


Monte Marcaccmi 


6-5 


So.R 


G/F 


Tarzana, Cahf. 


42 


Chase Metheney 


7-4 


So.R 


C 


Charlotte, N.C. 


44 


Kns Hunter 


6-10 


Fr. 


C 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


52 


Cohn Ducharme 


6-9 


Fr. 


F 


Richmond, Va. 


54 


Craig McAndrew 


6-10 


Fr. 


F/C 


Wonga Beach, Australia 


55 


Martm Walton 


6-9 


Sr. 


F 


Portsmouth, Va. 


1996-97 Schedule 




Jll 




North Carohna 


N25-27 at Maui Invitational 




J15 




at Wake Forest 




Cahforma, Kansas, 




J18 




at Duke 




Massachusetts, Vuginia, 


J22 




Georgia Tech 




Louisiana State, South 


J28 




N.C. State 




Carohna, Iowa, Chaminade 


J30 




Richmond 


N30 


at George Mason 




Fl 




Florida State 


D4 


at Wilham & Mary 




F6 




at Georgia Tech 


D7 


Clemson 




F8 




at North Carohna 


D18 


Liberty 




Fll 




Duke 


D21 


Md, -Baltimore County 




F15 




at Clemson 


D23 


at Connecticut 




F19 




at N.C. State 


D28 


Radford 




F22 




Wake Forest 


D30 


Delaware 




F25 




Virginia Tech (at Richmond, 


J2 


Loyola College (Md.) 








Va.) 


J4 


at Maryland 




M2 




Maryland 


J8 


at Florida State 




M6-£ 




at ACC Tournament 



145 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Wake 

Forest 

University 





Dave Odom 



Tim Duncan 



Sunday January 19, 1997; 4:00 pm. 

Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Saturday February 1, 1997; 2:00 p.m. 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 



Location: Winston-Salem, NO. 

Founded: 1834 

Enrollment: 3,620 (Undergraduates) 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Home Court/Capacity: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum 

President: Dr Thomas K Hearn 

Athletics Director: Ron Wellman 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Dave Odom/Guilford. 1965 

Career Record and Years: 180-114/10 Years 

Record at Institution/Years: 142-72/7 Years 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Ernie Nestor/ Alderson-Broaddus, 1968; Ricky 

Stokes/Viiginia, 1984, RusseU Turner/Hampden-Sydney 1992, 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning 

Sean Allen 
Tim Duncan 
Ricky Feral 
Tony Rutland 



Pos. 

F 
C 
F 
G 



Hgt. 

6-8 
6-10 
6-10 

6-2 



CI. 

Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr 
Jr. 



PPG 

5.0 
19.1 
9,4 
11.9 



RPG 

4,4 
12.3 
4,3 
2.7 



1995-96 Record: 26-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/2nd 

Post Season: NCAA Tournament, Midwest Region, No, 2 Seed: Wake Forest def. 

N.E, Louisiana 62-50; Wake Forest def, Texas, 65-62; Wake Forest def. Louisville, 

60-59; Kentucky def. Wake Forest 83-63, 

Series Record: The series is tied, 46-46 

Last Meeting: February 15, 1996; WF 85-UM 78 

Sports Information Director: John Justus 

Sports Information Phone: 910 759 5640 

Home Phone Number: 910 722 1094 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Wake Forest Sports Information Office 

203 Athletic Center 

Wmgate Road 

Winston-Saiem 27109 
FAX Phone Number: 910 759-5140 
Press Uovi Phone Number: 910 727 2945 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


5 


Steven Goolsby 


6-4 


Jr. 


G 


Marietta, Ga, 


11 


Joseph Amonett 


6-5 


So, 


G/F Byrdstown, Tenn. 


13 


Loren Woods 


7-1 


Fr. 


C 


St. Louis, Mo 


20 


Marc Scott 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Chapel Hill, NO, 


21 


Tim Duncan 


6-10 


Sr 


C 


St. Croix, Virgin Islands 


25 


Jerry Braswell 


6-1 


Jr. 


G 


Cuthbert, Ga, 


30 


Tony Rutland 


6-2 


Jr, 


G 


Hampton, Va, 


33 


Rodney West 


6-10 


Fr 


C 


Oneida, Tenn. 


40 


Sean Allen 


6-8 


Sr, 


F 


Raleigh, N.C. 


44 


Ricky Feral 


6-10 


Sr, 


F 


Valladolid, Spain 


52 


William StringfeUow 


6-8 


So, 


F 


Austin, Tex, 


53 


Ken Herbst 


6-7 


Sr 


F 


Wmston-Salem, N.C, 


1996-97 Schedule 




J19 




Maryland 


N24 


Virginia Military 




J23 




at Clemson 


N25 


at The Citadel 




J25 




Florida State 


N29 


Davidson 




J28 




Virginia Tech 


Dl 


at Richmond 




J29 




Wofford 


D3 


vs. Mississippi State (Great 


Fl 




at Maryland 




Eight, Chicago, 111,) 




F5 




Duke 


D7 


at NO, State 




F9 




at Missouri 


D14 


Massachusetts 




F12 




Clemson 


D21 


Campbell 




F16 




N,C, State 


D31 


at Utah 




F19 




at North Carolina 


J4 


North Carolina 




F22 




at Virginia 


J8 


at Georgia Tech 




F25 




Georgia Tech 


Jll 


at Duke 




Ml 




at Florida State 


J15 


Virgmia 




M6-9 


at ACC Tournament 



Washington 

State 

University 

4: 





M^dfM 



Kevin Eastman 



Isaac Fontaine 



Possible Opponent at 

33rd Annual Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic 

December 27-20, 1996 



Location: Pullman, Wash, 

Founded: 1890 

Enrollment: 19.500 

Colors: Crimson and Gray 

Conference: Facific-10 

Nickname: Cougars 

Home Court/Capacity: Friel Court of Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum/12,058 

President: Samuel H Smith 

Athletics Director: Rick Dickson 

Head Coach and Alma Mater: Kevin Eastman/Richmond, 1977 

Career Record and Years: 159-99/9 

Record at Institution/Years: 35-24/2 

Assistant Coaches and Alma Mater: Scott Duncan/College of Wooster, 1978; Alvin 

WiUiamson/Tulsa, 1995: Warren Riley/Indiana, 1987, 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Starters Returning 

Carlos Daniel 
Isaac Fontaine 

1995-96 Record: 17-12 

Conference Record/Finish: 810/7th 

Post Season: National Invitation Tournament; Washington State def, Gonzaga, 92- 

73; Nebraska def, Washington State, 82-73, 

Series Record: First Meeting 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 

Sports Information Director: Rod Commons 

Sports Information Director for Basketball: Wes Werner 

Sports Information Phone: 509 335 2684 

Home Phone Number: 509,334,1984 (Werner) 

Sports Information Mailing Address: Sports Information Office 

University of Washington 
Bohler Gymnasium M-8 
Pullman, Washuigton 99164 

FAX Phone Number: 509.335.0267 

Press Row Phone Number: 509.335 0270 



Pos. 


Hgt. 


CI. 


PPG 


RPG 


F 


6-7 


Jr, 


9,5 


5,9 


G 


6-3 


Sr 


18.1 


5,6 



1996-97 Roster 










No. 


Name 


Ht. 


CI. 


Pos. Hometown 


3 


Blake Pengelly 


5-10 


Fr, 


G 


Eugene, Ore, 


4 


Will Hutchens 


6-3 


So, 


G 


Dayton, Wash. 


14 


Rodrigo de la Fuente 


6-6 


Jr, 


G 


Madrid, Spain 


20 


Kareem Jackson 


6-3 


Sr, 


G 


Oakland, Calif. 


21 


Carlos Daniel 


6-7 


Jr, 


F 


Louisville, Colo. 


22 


Isaac Fontaine 


6-4 


Sr, 


G 


Sacramento, Calif. 


23 


Beau Archibald 


6-6 


Fr, 


G 


Tempo, Ariz, 


24 


Chris Scott 


6-2 


Sr. 


G 


Hugo, Okla, 


33 


Chris Crosby 


6-7 


Fr. 


F 


Littleton, Colo, 


34 


Cameron Johnson 


6-7 


Sr, 


F 


Orem, Utah 


41 


Steve Slotemaker 


6-9 


So, 


F 


Aloha, Ore, 


53 


Tavares Mack 


6-9 


Sr, 


F 


Key West, Fla. 


54 


Justin Mott 


6-10 


Fr 


C 


San Diego, Calif. 


1996-97 Schedule 




J4 




at use 


N23 


Boise State 




J9 




Oregon (at Spokane) 


N26 


Seattle Pacific 




Jll 




Oregon State (at Spokane) 


N30 


Gonzaga (at Spokane) 




J18 




Washington 


D2 


California-Irvine 




J23 




at California 


D7 


Eastern Washington (at 


J25 




at Stanford 




Spokane) 




J30 




Arizona State 


DIO 


at Montana 




Fl 




Arizona 


D14 


Idaho 




F6 




at Oregon State 


D22 


San Jose State 




F8 




at Oregon 


D27-30 33rd Annual Outrigger 


Hotels 


Fll 




at Idaho 




Rainbow Classic 




F15 




at Washington 




Maryland vs. Pittsburgh; 


F20 




Stanford 




Hawai'i vs. Northwestern; 


F22 




California 




Washington State vs. 




F27 




at Arizona 




Georgia; 




Ml 




at Arizona State 




Memphis vs. Michigan 




M6 




use 


J2 


at UCLA 




M8 




UCLA 



146 



MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Terp Watchefs— The Media 



Learfield 
Maryland Radio 
Network 

Play-by-Play 
Announcer 
Johnny HoUiday 

Sports Anchor 
ABC Radio 
1717 Desales St. NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 222-7600 
(202) 222-7682 (FAX) 

Basketball Analyst 
Greg Manning 

Major Gifts Director 
1102 Cole Field House 
University of Maryland 
CoUege Park, Md. 20741 
(301) 314-7020 
(301) 314-9094 (FAX) 

Primary Media 
Outlets 

Washington Post 
David Nakamura 

1150 15th St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20071 
(202) 334-7350 
(202) 334-7685 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 

George Solomon 
Columnists: 

Mike Wilbon 

Ken Denlinger 

Tony Kornheiser 

Baltimore Sun 
Dan Marcus 

Calvert & Centre Sts, 
Baltimore, Md, 21203 
(410) 332-6200 
(410) 783-2518 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 

Jack Gibbons 

Molly Dunham 
Columnists: 

John Eisenberg 

Ken Rosenthal 

The Washington Times 
Kevin Siefert 

3600 New York Ave., NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 

Mark Green 
Columnists: 

Tom Knott 

Dan Daly 

Dick Heller 



Prince George's 
Journal 
Ben Lumpkin 

9426 Annapohs Road 
Lanham, Md. 20706 
(301)731-8303 
(301) 731-8363 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 

Ben Lumpkin 
Columnists: 

Greg Brice 

Montgomery Journal 
James Hammel 

2 Research Ct. 
Rockville, Md. 20850 
(301) 670-1427 
(301) 670-1421 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Dan Shepherd 

Aimapolis Capital 
Bill Wagner 

2000 Capitol Dove 

Annapolis, Md. 21404 

(410) 280-5923 

(410) 268-4643 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: 
Joe Gross 
Craig Anderson 
John McNamara 

Cumberland Times 
Mike Burke 

19 Mechanic St. 
Cumberland, Md. 21502 
(301) 722-4600 
(301) 722-4870 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Mike Burke 

Easton Star-Democrat 
Bill Haufe 

1 Airport Dove 
Easton, Md. 21601 
(410) 820-6510 
(410) 820-6519 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Bill Haufe 

Frederick News Post 
Stan Goldberg 

200 E. Patrick St. 
Fredenck, Md. 21701 
(301)662-1177 
(301) 662-8299 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 

Stan Goldberg 
Columnist: 

Katrma Waugh 

Gazette New/spapers 
John Evans 

1200 Qunice Orchard 
Blvd. 

Gaithersburg, Md. 
20878 

(301)948-3120 
(301) 670-7183 
Sports Editor: 
John Evans 



Hagerstown Morning 

Herald 

Bob Parasiliti 

100 Summitt Ave. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Bill CaUen 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 
Larry Yanos 

100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Larry Yanos 

Salisbury Times 
Rick Cullen 

RO. Box 1937 
Salisbury, Md. 21601 
(410)749-7171 
(410) 749-7290 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Rick Cullen 

Terrapin Times 
Keith Cavanaugh 

P.O. Box 34405 
Bethesda, Md. 20827 
(301) 656-8257 
(301) 656-8258 (FAX) 

National Media 

Associated Press 
Dave Ginsburg 

Sports 

222 St. Paul Place 
Baltmwre, Md. 21202 
(410) 539-3524 
(410) 727-1550 (FAX) 

USA Today 

Harry Blauvelt/Jack 

Carey 

Sports 

100 Wilson Blvd 
Aihngton, Va. 22229 
(703) 276-3735 
(703) 276-5505 (FAX) 



Student Media 

The Diamondback 
Sports 

3136 South Campus 
Dmmg Hall 

University of Maryland 
CoUege Park, Md. 20742 
(301) 314-8200 
(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: 
Jon Solomon 

WMUC - Radio 
Sports 

3130 South Campus 
Dmmg Hall 
PO. Box 99 

CoUege Park, Md. 20742 
(301)314-7866 
(301) 314-7879 (FAX) 
Sports Du^ector: 
Brian CoUeran 

Radio Outlets 

WBAL ■ Sports 
Josh Lewin 

3800 Hooper Ave 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 

WCBM - Sports 
Stan Charles/Art 
Sinclair 

68 Radio Plaza 

Owmgs MiUs, Md. 

21117 

(410) 356-3003 

(410) 363-9226 (FAX) 

WFMD - Sports 
Ron Kitzmiller 

PO. Box 151 
Frederick, Md. 21701 
(301) 948-8521 
(301) 663-5494 (FAX) 

WINX - Sports 
Jerry Coleman 

12216 Parklawra Dr. 
Suite 203 

RockviUe, Md. 20852 
(301) 424-9292 
(301) 424-8266 

WITH - Sports 
Rob Whiteford 

5 Light St. 
Suite 640 

Baltimore, Md. 21202 
(410) 528-1230 
(410) 528-1256 



WMAL - Sports 
Tim Brant 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washmgton, D.C 20015 
(202) 895-2367 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 

WOLB ■ Sports 
Butch McAdaras 

100 St. Paul St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21210 
(410) 332-8200 
(410) 783-4791 (FAX) 

WTEM - Sports 
Andy PoUin 

11300 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, Md. 20852 
(301) 770-5700 
(301) 881-8025 (FAX) 

WTOP - Sports 
Dave Johnson/Steve 
Dolge 

3400 Idaho Avenue, NW 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-5060 
(202) 895-5149 (FAX) 

Television Outlets 

WBAL - TV (NBC) 
Gerry Sandusky /Mark 
Viviano 

3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 338-1750 
(410) 338-6526 (FAX) 

WBFF - Fox 45 
Bruce Cunningham/ 
Steve Davis 

2000 W. 41st St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410)467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 

WHAG - TV Sports 
Garnett Stevens 

13 E. Washmgton St. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301)797-4400 
(301) 745-4093 (FAX) 

WJLA - TV Sports (ABC) 
Rene Knott/Mike 
Cairns 

3007 Tilden St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 
(202) 362-1124 (FAX) 

WJZ- TV Sports (CBS) 
John Buren/Chris Ely 

Television HiU 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 



WMAR-TV Sports (ABC) 
Scott Garceau/Keith 
Mills 

6400 York 

Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 

WMDT - TV Sports 
Barry Hiett 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, Md. 21801 
(410) 742-4747 
(410) 742-5767 (FAX) 

WRC ■ TV Sports (NBC) 
George Michael/ 
Wally Bruckner/ 
Darrian Chapman 

4001 Nebraska Ave, NW 
Washmgton, D.C. 20016 
(202) 885-4451 
(202) 885-4002 (FAX) 

WTTG - Fox 5 
Steve Buckhantz/ 
Chick Hernandez 

5151 Wisconsm Avenue 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3133 (FAX) 

WUSA-TV Sports (CBS) 
Ken Broo/Frank 
Herzog/Ken Mease 

4100 Wisconsm Ave.. NW 
Washmgton, DC. 20008 
(202) 895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (FAX) 

Cable News 21 
(Mont. Co.) 
Brian Sinkoff 

7548 Standish Place 
Rockville, Md. 20855 
(301)294-2121 
(301) 294-7476 (FAX) 

Cable Chaimel 15 
(RG. County) 
Dave Goldman 

9475 Lottsford Road 
Suite 125 
Largo, Md. 20774 
(301) 386-2054 
(301) 322-6132 (FAX) 

Newschannel 8 
Glenn Harris/Steve 
Bucci/ Joyce Jackson 

7600-D Boston Blvd. 
Sprmgfield,VA 22153 
(703) 912-5395 
(703) 912-5329 (FAX) 



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MARYLANDBASKETBALL 



Guards 




Guard 



Matt Raydo 
5-10 162 Sr. 



Guard 



Kelly Kite 
6-4 195 Fr. 



Guard 



Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Temple Terrace, Fla. 



Matt Kovarik 
6-5 196 Sr. 

Greensboro, N.C. 



Guard 



Terrell Stokes 
6-0 176 So 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Guard 



Sanmas Jasikevldus 
6-4 203 Jr. 

Kaunas, Lithuania 




ilt/i 



14 

Guard 



Norman Fields 
6-0 180 So 

Mt Vernon, N.Y. 



Guards/Forwafds/Centers 





Guard 



Matt Hahn 
6-0 155 Fr. 

Columbia, Md. 




Guard/Forward 

Laron Profit 

6-5 194 So. 

Charleston, S.C. 



Forward 



Keith Booth 
6-5 226 Sr. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Forward 



Rodney Elliott 
6-8 220 Jr. 

Baltimore, Md. 




Forward 



Brian Watkins 
6-9 212 So. 

Nashville, Term. 



Forward/Center 

Obinna Ekezie 

6-10 256 So. 

Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria 



Centers 



Center 



Coaches 




Mike Mardesich 
7-0 232 Fr. 

Boston, Mass. 



Gary Williams 

Maryland, 1968 
18th Season overall 

(286-197, .592) 

7th year at Maryland 

(79-69, .533) 



Billy Hahn 

Maryland, 1975 
7th year at 
Maryland 



Dave Dickerson 

Maryland, 1990 
1st year at Maryland 



Jimmy Patsos 

Catholic, 1989 
5th year at 
Maryland 



Troy Wainwright 

Maryland, 1990 
1st year at Maryland 



TRAINER: J. J. Bush 



PRONUNCIATIONS 

Sarunas (Sa-RUN-us) 
Jasikevicius (Yes-e-KAV-e-chus) 



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The Schedule 




Date(s) 



Opponent 



Time 



TV 



Date(s) 



Opponent 



Time 



TV 



NOVEMBER 








JANUARY 








Tuesday 12 


AUSTRALIA 


8 


00 




Saturday 4 


VIRGINIA 


4:00* 


RJ 


Tuesday 19 


COURT AUTHORITY 


8 


00 




Wednesday 8 


at North Carolina 


7:00* 


ESPN 


Tuesday 26 


HOWARD 


8 


00 




Sunday 12 


at N.C. State 


1:00* 


ESPN2 


Saturday 30 


TOWSON STATE 


1 


00 




Wednesday 15 


CLEMSON 


7:00* 


ESPN 










Sunday 19 


at Wake Forest 


4:00* 


RJ 


DECEMBER 








Tuesday 21 


PENNSYLVANIA 


8:00 




Monday 2 


CHICAGO STATE 


8:00 






(@ Baltimore Arena) 






Wednesday 4 


UMBC 


8:00 




Sunday 26 


DUKE 


1:00* 


RJ 


Sunday 8 


California 

(Franldm Banli Classic; 

Landover, MD) 


1:30 


ABC 


Wednesday 29 
FEBRUARY 


at Florida State 


7:00* 


HTS 


Monday 9 


Miss. St. or Geo. Wasii. 


TBA 


HTS 


Saturday 1 


WAKE FOREST 


2:00* 


ABC 




(Franklin Bank Classic; 






Wednesday 5 


N.C. STATE 


8:00 






Landover, MD) 






Saturday 8 


at Clemson 


Noon* 


RJ 


Thursday 12 


GEORGIA TECH 


8:00 


RJ 


Thursday 13 


FLORIDA STATE 


8:00* 


RJ 


Saturday 21 


AMERICAN 


4:30* 


HTS 


Saturday 15 


Massachusetts 


1:30* 


ABC 


Monday 23 


LAFAYETTE 


8:00 






(at Worcester, MASS.) 






Fri.-Mon. 27-30 


Rainbow Classic 




ESPN/ESPN2 


Wednesday 19 


at Georgia Tech 


7:00* 


ESPN 




(Honolulu, HI) 


TBA* 




Saturday 22 


NORTH CAROLINA 


4:00* 


RJ 




vs. Pittsburgh (1st Rnd.) 






Thursday 27 


at Duke 


7:30* 


ESPN 




(Northwestern, Hawaii, 
















Washington St., Georgia 


, 




MARCH 










Memphis, Michigan) 






Sunday 2 
Thu.-Sun. 6-9 


at Virginia 

ACC Tournament 

(Greensboro, NC) 


1:30* 
TBA* 


RJ 
ESPN 



Home games (in RED CAPS) at Cole Field House. 
All tunes eastern. Schedule Subject to Change. 
*Televised Game.