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MEDIA INFORMATION 



Welcome to Maryland 



WELCOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The Maryland basketball program is celebrating its 
10th season under the direction of head coach Gary 
Williams. Williams, his staff and players welcome you to 
College Park and hope that your stay is enjoyable. Cole 
Field House is one of the top places in the nation to 
watch a college basketball game and the program would 
like to thank you for stopping here while on your "Road 
to the Final Four." The media relations staff is always 
available to service you and has prepared this media 
guide as a source of information which can be referred 
to all season. Welcome to Maryland. We hope that you 
enjoy your visit and that we will see you along the col- 
lege basketball road again. 

BEFORE YOUR VISIT 

Game credentials are issued to accredited members 
of the media only. Working space in the press area of 
Cole is limited and seats are expressly reserved for 
those working on deadline, with no exceptions. 

Credentials should be ordered at least one week before 
each game and are issued through the Media Relations 
Office. Requests for credentials should be made in writ- 
ing and on letterhead stationery to Chuck Walsh, Media 
Relations Director for Men's Basketball. If it is conve- 
nient for you to FAX your request, you are welcome to 
do so. The FAX number in the Media Relations Office is 
(301) 314-9094. When time permits, working presses 
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. Photographers 
should note that the Cole Field House lights are color 
balanced for daylight. An exposure setting of /250 at f2.8 
has been found to work well with ASA 400 film and nor- 
mal 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 serve basis. 

Game Day Press Parking is located on the Byrd 
Stadium promenade, under the Tyser Tower press box. It 
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 workroom is available for working media 
only on the court level of Cole. The media workroom is 
located just off of the basketball court to your left. A lim- 
ited number of long-distance phone lines are available 
on a first-come, first serve basis and require a credit card 
for billing. 

The room opens well before game time and media 
representatives are welcome to make themselves comfort- 
able. Food service is available to the media; a pre-game 
meal is served buffet style. A half time and post-game bev- 
erage 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. If you need 
any information faxed to your newspaper, please submit 
your request to a member of the Media Relations Office. 

PRESS SEATING 

Press seating is located on the basketball floor in the 
northwest corner of the arena. The area is manned by 
members of the 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 con- 
gestion in 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 (visiting bench) corners of the court. 
Photographers floor access is governed by Atlantic 
Coast Conference policy. Please note that only game 
photographers no runners, assistants or producers will 
have access to the photography areas. Photographers are 
also welcome to shoot from the photo deck on the West 
side of Cole. Access to the photo deck is from the con- 
course 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 directions will 
result in expulsion for the arena. 

IN-SEAS0N INTERVIEW POLICY 

All Maryland players and Head Coach Gary 
Williams will 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 practice in the media 
workroom. Please allow for 24 hours prior notice. 
Player's individual phone numbers will not be given to 
the media and game day interviews will not be granted 
until the end of a game. Players will not be available for 
live call-in radio shows. 

POST GAME PRESS-CONFERENCES 

Post game coaches interviews are held in the basket- 
ball lounge adjacent to the media work room and the 
Maryland locker room. Coaches from both teams will be 
brought to the interview area after each game. Coach 
Gary Williams will appear first, immediately after he 
talks to his team. The visiting coach will follow him. The 
Maryland Locker Room is open to credentialed media 
for a brief period after Coach Williams concludes his 
comments to the media. This is in accordance with ACC 
rules. The visiting team's locker room access policy is 
determined by officials of that school. 

POST GAME STATISTICS 

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

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE MEDIA SERVICES 

Weekly Teleconference 

Beginning the first Tuesday in January and continu- 
ing 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 beginning with Wake 
Forest Head Coach Dave Odom and continuing in 
alphabetical order by school. Gary Williams is available 
from 11:40- 11:50. 

The weekly press conference can be accessed by call- 
ing (913) 981-5507. The teleconference will be replayed 
in its entirety for 24 hours following the conclusion of 
the original press conference. Please contact Brian 
Morrison of the ACC Office at (336) 851-6062 for fur- 
ther information. 

Hotels near Cole Field House 

On Campus - University College 

Conference Center 301.985.7310 

Greenbelt Marriott 301.441.3700 

Best Western Maryland Inn 301.474.2800 

Greenbelt Holiday Inn 301.982.7000 

College Park Holiday Inn 301 .345.6700 

College Park Comfort Suites 301.441.81 10 



Mailing Address 




Media Relations Office 


University of Maryland 


1112 Cole Field House 


College Park, Md. 20742 


Telephone Numbers 


301.314.7064- Media Relations Office 


301.314.9094 - Media Relations FAX 


301 .314.8624 - Cole Field House Press Row 


Media Relations Office 


Asst.A.D. 


Dave Haglund 


Office 


301.314.7064 


Home 


301.879.2518 


Asst. Director 


Chuck Walsh 


Office 


301.314.7065 


Home 


301.890.9671 


Asst. Director 


Tricia Harris-Hughes 


Office 


301.314.7063 


Home 


301.847.1494 


Asst. Director 


Kevin Messenger 


Office 


301.314.7066 


Home 


301.982.4675 


Asst. Director 


Jason Yellin 


Office 


301.314.7062 


Home 


301.464.9355 


Staff Assistant 


David 0'Brian 


Office 


301.314.7068 


Home 


301.209.9295 


Admin. Assistant Nichole Tips 


Office 


301.314.7064 


Students: Kevin Foley, Matthew Levy, 




Dan Rosso 



DIRECTIONS TO COLE FIELD HOUSE 

From Baltimore and North: Interstate 95 south to 
Exit 25B, College Park/U.S. Route 1 South. After 
approximately one mile take a right hand exit off of 
U.S. 1 onto Maryland Route 193 West. Go two traf- 
fic lights to Stadium Drive. Make a left turn onto 
Stadium Drive 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 follow the above directions to Cole 
Field House. 

From Washington National Airport: Interstate 395 
North until it terminates at New York Avenue. Make 
a right onto New York Avenue and exit at Maryland 
Route 295 (Baltimore/Washington Parkway). Exit at 
Maryland Route 193 West (Greenbelt Road) and 
follow straight for three miles to Stadium Drive. 

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

From Dulles International Airport and West: Dulles 
Toll Road to Interstate 495 East. Take 495 East 
(Washington Beltway), which will change onto 
Interstate 95 South for approximately 25 minutes to 
exit 25B. Take the above directions to Cole Field 
House. 



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1998-99 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



Table of Contents 



Welcome to Cole Field House 1 

Welcome to Maryland/Media 

Information 2 

Table of Contents /Team schedule ..3 

Team Roster / Team Picture 4 

Squad Analysis 5 

1998-99 Season Preview 6 

1998-99 Season Preview 7 

1998-99 Season Preview 8 

Divider Page - Coaching Staff 9 

Gary Williams 10- 1 5 

Billy Hahn Bio 16-17 

Dave Dickerson Bio 18-19 

Jimmy Patsos Bio 20-21 

Troy Wainwright Bio 22 

Basketball Office Staff 23 

Training Staff 24 

Divider Page - Players 25 

Obinna Ekezie Bio 26-29 

Laron Profit Bio 30-33 

Terrell Stokes Bio 34-37 

Norman Fields Bio 38-39 

Brian Watkins Bio 40-41 

Matt Hahn Bio 42-43 



The 1998-99 University of Maryland Men's 
Basketball Media Guide was published by 
the Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics, Deborah A.Yow Director. It was 
written and compiled by Chuck Walsh. It 
was edited by Chuck Walsh, Dave Haglund, 
Mark Travaglini, Nichole Tips, Tricia Harris- 
Hughes, Kevin Messenger, Jason Yellin, 
David O'Brian, Michele Davis, Sandy Ratke, 
Drew Crawmer and Harold Vigodsky 
Special thanks to the entire media rela- 
tions staff - Kevin Foley, Matt Levy, Dan 
Rosso, Adriane Schlachter and Jason 
Zhang. The cover photo is by Sam Kittner 
with other photographs appearing cour- 
tesy of Lisa Helfert, Bruce Schwartzman, 
Doug Pensinger, Mitchell Layton and 
David Stanley. Design is by Dave Pfeiffer of 
Concrete Creative and Kathy Myrick of 
Chroma Graphics. What Pfeiffer and 
Myrick do for this book is amazing. 
Chroma Graphics, Inc., of Landover, Md, 
printed the media guide. Thank you to 
Kathy and Rusty Coolidge for another 
wonderful printing job. Thank you, Nancy. 
I love you very much and am very lucky to 
have you at my side. 

The University of Maryland is an equal oppor- 
tunity institution with respects to both educa- 
tion and employment, the University does 
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ori- 
gin, sex, or handicap m admission or access to, 
or treatment or employment in, its programs 
and activities as required by federal (Title VI, 
Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and reg- 
ulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with 
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as 
amended. Title IX of the 1972 Educational 
Amendments, Section 504 gf the 
Rehabilitation Act of 1975, or related legal 
requirements should be directed to Office of 
Human Relations, 1107 Hornbake Library, 
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 
20742; Telephone 501-405-2838. Inquiries 
concerning the application of Section 5-4 and 
Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of 
Maryland, College Park, Maryland, may be 
directed to Director, Disabled Student 
Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of 
Maryland, College Park, Maryland, 20742; 
Telephone (501) 514-7682 (voice) or (501) 
514-7683 (TTY). 



LaRon Cephas Bio 44-45 

Mike Mardesich Bio 46-47 

Terence Morris Bio 48-49 

Lonny Baxter Bio 50 

Steve Francis Bio 51 

Juan Dixon Bio 52 

Danny Miller Bio 53 

Community Service 54 

Divider Page - This is Maryland 

Basketball 55 

A Decade of Resurgence — Gary 
Williams Era at the University of 

Maryland 56-59 

The Power of the Atlantic Coast 

Conference 60 

All ACC Games on Television 61 

The Media Capital 62 

Media mastheads and Logos 63 

Teams of Tradition 64-65 

Cole Field House Attendance 66 

Someplace Special 67-68 

Divider Page - Welcome to 

Maryland 69 

University of Maryland 70-73 

Dr. Mote - University President ..74-75 

Deborah A. Yow 76-77 

Athletic Administrators 78-79 

Department Staff listing 80 

Terrapin Club 81 

Major Gift Fundraising 82 

Strength and Conditioning 83 

Academic Support Unit 84-85 

Terp Radio 86 

Band / Cheerleaders 87 

Cole Field House 88-91 

National Rankings 92 

Divider Page - 1997-98 Season in 

Review 93 

1997-98 Final Season Statistics ..94-96 

1998-98 Season in Review 97-98 

1997-98 ACC Standings 99 

1997-98 Box Scores 100-107 

Divider Page - Historical Terps .108 

Letterwinners 109-110 

ACC Award Winning Terps.. 1 1 1-112 
Maryland Award Winning Terps ..1 13 

All-Americans 114-118 

NBA Terps 119-120 

Divider Page - Terp Records 121 

Individual Records 122-125 

Freshman Class Leaders 126-127 

Sophomore Class Leaders ....127-129 

Junior Class Leaders 129-131 

Senior Class Leaders 131-134 

Team Records 135 

Miscellaneous Records 135 

Season Leaders 136-137 

Margin of Victory 138 

Maryland Statistics 139 

Opponents Statistics 140 

Terps vs. opponents 141-146 

Terps through the Years 147-152 

ACC Series Anatomies 1 53 

In Season Tournament Results... .154 

NCAA Tournament Results 155 

Divider Page - Opponents 156 

Puerto Rico Shoot-Out Bracket ..157 
American Univ of P.R., Clemson..l58 



Colorado, DePaul 159 

Duquesne, Duke 160 

Florida State, George Washington. 161 

Georgia Tech, Hofstra 162 

Kentucky, UMBC 163 

North Carolina, NC State 164 

North Texas, Pittsburgh 165 



Princeton, San Francisco 166 

South Carolina State, Stanford ....167 

UCLA, Virginia 168 

Wake Forest, Western Carolina.... 169 

Xavier 170 

Media / Terpwatchers 171 

Radio / TV Headshots 172 



On the Cover: The Team Behind the Team 

Featured on the cover is the 1998-99 University of Maryland men's basketball team 
and coaching staff. They are flanked by university president CD. Mote (far right) and 
director of athletics Deborah A. Yow (far left). Also featured in this commemorative 
photo taken on the front steps of Cole Field House are members of the Department of 
intercollegiate Athletics — the Team Behind the Team. Maryland's basketball program, 
led by lOth-year head coach Gary Williams (front row, center), is biding to extend to six 
their school record for consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. The Terps are one 
of only 1 1 schools to advance to the "Sweet 16" at least three times in the last five years. 
Maryland is also one of only two teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference to have appeared 
in each of the last five NCAA Tournaments. 

(Front Row, from left): Equipment manager )ohn Bowie, administrative assistant Troy 
Wainwright, assistant coach Dave Dickerson, head coach Gary Williams, assistant coach 
Billy Hahn, assistant coach Jimmy Patsos, trainer, J. J. Bush. (Middle Row): Athletic direc- 
tor, Deborah A. Yow, Laron Profit, Steve Francis, Matt Hahn, Terrell Stokes, Norman 
Fields, Juan Dixon, university president CD. Mote. (Back Row): LaRon Cephas, Lonny 
Baxter, Brian Watkins, Mike Mardesich, Obinna Ekezie, Terence Morris, Danny Miller. 



1998-99 SCHEDULE 


H|^HHHHHHHH| 


Date Day(s) 


Opponent 


Time 


TV 


November 








4 Wed. 


Australian All-Stars 


8:00 p.m. 




11 Wed. 


California All-Stars 


8:00 p.m. 




14 Sat. 


Western Carolina 


8:00 p.m. 




17 Tues. 


UMBC 


8:00 p.m. 




20 Fri. 


Hofstra 


8:00 p.m. 




23 Mon. 


Duquesne 


8:00 p.m. 




26-28 Thurs.-Sun. 


at Puerto Rico Shootout 


TBA 


ESPN/ESPN2 




at American University/Puerto Rico 






Maryland vs. AU Puerto Rico/UCLA vs. San Francisco 




Xavier vs. Pittsburgh/Kentucky vs. Colorado 




December 








3 Thurs. 


Wake Forest 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ 


6 Sun. 


vs. Stanford 

BB&T Classic/MCI Center 


1:00 p.m. 


ABC 


7 Mon. 


DePaul/George Washingt 
BB&T Classic/MCI Center 


in 6:30/8:30 p.m 


HTS 


12 Sat. 


at Kentucky 


8:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


19 Sat. 


Princeton 


9:30 p.m. 


ESPN 




Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md. 




23 Wed. 


North Texas 


8:00 p.m. 




27 Sun. 


South Carolina State 


1:30 p.m. 




January 








3 Sun. 


Duke 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


7 Thurs. 


at Virginia 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ 


10 Sun. 


NC State 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ 


13 Wed. 


at North Carolina 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


19 Tues. 


Georgia Tech 


9:00 p.m. 


RJ 


24 Sun. 


atClemson 


4:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


27 Wed. 


Florida State 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN2 


31 Sun. 


at Wake Forest 


1:00 p.m. 


RJ 


February 








3 Wed. 


at Duke 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


6 Sat. 


Virginia 


1:00 p.m. 


RJ 


10 Wed. 


at NC State 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


13 Sat. 


North Carolina 


4:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


21 Sun. 


at Georgia Tech 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


24 Wed. 


Clemson 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


27 Sat. 


at Florida State 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ 


March 








4-7 Thurs.-Sun. 


at ACC Tournament 


TBA 


RJ/ESPN 




Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, N.C 





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Basketball 



Team Roster 




ALPHABETICAL 



Name (No.) 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


Hometown (Previous School) 


Lonny Baxter (35) 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 


225 


H.S. 


Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 


LaRon Cephas (21) 


So.R 


F 


6-7 


223 


1 


Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 


Juan Dixon (5) 


Fr.R 


G 


6-3 


152 


H.S. 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


Obinna Ekezie (54) 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-10 


262 


3 


Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria (Worcester Academy) 


Norman Fields (31) 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


185 


3 


Mt. Vernon, N.Y.(Mt. St. Michael) 


Steve Francis (23) 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 ' 


194 


J.C. 


Takoma Park, Md. (Allegany C.C./Mont. Blair) 


Matt Hahn (20) 


Jr. 


G 


6-0 


162 


2 


Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 


Mike Mardesich (33) 


So.R 


C/F 


7-0 


255 


1 


Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 


Danny Miller (15) 


Fr. 


G 


6-8 


205 


H.S. 


Mt. Holly, NJ. (Rahcocas Valley) 


Terence Morris (44) 


So. 


F 


6-9 


205 


1 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


Laron Profit (3) 


Sr. 


F/G 


6-5 


202 


3 


Charleston, S.C. (Caesar Rodney, Del.) 


Terrell Stokes (12) 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


187 


3 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 


Brian Watkins (45) 


Sr.R 


F 


6-9 


229 


2 


Nashville, Tenn. (Overton) 


NUMERICAL 














No. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


Hometown (Previous School) 


3 Laron Profit 


Sr. 


F/G 


6-5 


202 


3 


Charleston, S.C. (Caesar Rodney, Del.) 


5 Juan Dixon 


Fr.R 


G 


6-3 


152 


H.S. 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


12 Terrell Stokes 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


187 


3 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 


15 Danny Miller 


Fr. 


G 


6-8 


205 


H.S. 


Mt. Holly, N.J. (Rancocas Valley) 


20 Matt Hahn 


Jr. 


G 


6-0 


162 


2 


Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 


21 LaRon Cephas 


So.R 


F 


6-7 


223 


1 


Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 


23 Steve Francis 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


194 


J.C. 


Takoma Park, Md. (Allegany C.C./Mont. Blair) 


31 Norman Fields 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


185 


3 


Mt.Vernon,N.Y.(Mt. St. Michael) 


33 Mike Mardesich 


So.R 


C/F 


7-0 


255 


1 


Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 


35 Lonny Baxter 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 


225 


H.S. 


Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 


44 Terence Morris 


So. 


F 


6-9 


205 


1 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


45 Brian Watkins 


Sr.R 


F 


6-9 


229 


2 


Nashville, Tenn. (Overton) 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-10 


262 


3 


Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria (Worcester Academy) 


Head Coach: Gary Williams (10th year) 










Pronunciations: #3 luh-RON Profit 


Senior Assistant Coach: 


Billy Hahn (10th year) 








#12 Tuh-RELL Stokes 


Assistant Coaches: Dave Dickerson (3rd Year) Jimmy Patsos (8th Year) 




#21 luh-RON Cee-Phus 














#33 Mar-da-Sitch 














#54 oh-BEE-nuh e-KEE-zee 



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1998-99 Maryland Basketbal 



Squad Analysis 



LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (9) 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/CI/Exp. 


1997-98 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


*3 


Laron Profit 


F/G 


6-5/202/Sr./3 VL 


15.8 ppg/5.2 rpg 


Charleston, S.C. (Caesar Rodney, Del.) 


*12 


Terrell Stokes 


G 


6-0/1 87/Sr./3VL 


5.4ppg,4.7apg 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) 


20 


Matt Hahn 


G 


6-0/1 62/Jr./2VL 


1.0 ppg, 0.4 apg 


Columbia, Md.(Atholton) 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


F 


6-7/223/So.R/l VL 


0.3 ppg/1.4 rpg 


Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 


31 


Norman Fields 


G 


6-0/1 85/Sr./3VL 


1.9 ppg/0.3 rpg 


Mt.Vernon,N.Y.(Mt. St. Michael) 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


C 


7-0/255/So.R/l VL 


5.4 ppg/4.3 rpg 


Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 


45 


Brian Watkins 


F 


6-9/229/Sr.R/2VL 


2.1 ppg/1.7 rpg 


Nashville, Tenn. (Overton) 


44 


Terence Morris 


F 


6-8/205/SO./1VL 


7.4 ppg/3.5 rpg 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


*54 


Obinna Ekezie 


F/C 


6-10/262/Sr./3VL 


12.8 ppg/6.5 rpg 


Pt. Harcourt, Nigeria (Worcester Academy) 


NEWCOMERS (4) 










No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/CI/Exp. 


1997-98 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


5 


Juan Dixon 


G 


6-3/152/Fr.R/H.S. 


23.4 ppg/4.5 rpg 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


15 


Danny Miller 


G 


6-8/205/Fr./H.S. 


20.5 ppg/7.9 rpg 


Mt. Holly, N.J.(Rancocas Valley) 


23 


Steve Francis 


G 


6-3/1 94/JrVJ.C. 


25.3 ppg/8.7 apg 


Takoma Park, Md. (Allegany Junior College) 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


F 


6-8/225/Fr./H.S. 


21.0 rpg/1 1.0 rpg 


Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 


LETTERWINNERS LOST (4) 










No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht/Wt/CI/Exp. 


1997-98 Averages 


Hometown/High School 


*25 


Rodney Elliott 


F 


6-8/220/Sr./4VL 


15.0 ppg/7.4 rpg 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Dunbar) 


*13 


SarunasJasikevicius 


G 


6-4/203/Sr./4VL 


12.4 ppg/3.3 rpg 


Kaunas, Lithuania (Solanco, Pa.) 


11 


Matt Kovarik 


G 


6-5/1 96/Sr.R/4VL 


2.4 ppg/2.0 apg 


Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) 


4 


Atman Smith 


G 


6-0/1 70/So./1VL 


1.0 ppg/0.7 rpg 


Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar) 


* 1997-98 Starter 











Head Coach: Gary Williams (Maryland, 1968). Entering his 21st season overall (371-240, .609) in 

his 10th year at Maryland (165-112, .596) 

Senior Assistant Coach: Billy Hahn (Maryland, 1 975; in his 10th year at Maryland), 

Assistant Coaches: Dave Dickerson (Maryland, 1989; in his 3rd year at Maryland), Jimmy Patsos 

(Catholic, 1 989; in his 8th year at Maryland) 

Basketball Administrative Assistant: Troy Wainwright (Maryland, 1 991; in his 3rd year at 

Maryland) 

STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: 3/2 

LETTERMAN RETURNING/LOST: 9/4 

NEWCOMERS: 4 

FR/SO/JR/SR: 3/3/2/5 



SENIORS 


JUNIORS 


SOPHOMORES 


FRESHMEN 


Obinna Ekezie 


Steve Francis 


LaRon Cephas 


Lonny Baxter 


Norman Fields 


Matt Hahn 


Mike Mardesich 


Juan Dixon 


Laron Profit 




Terence Morris 


Danny Miller 


Terrell Stokes 








Brian Watkins 










Laron Profit 



1998-99 Season 




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Maryland begins the 1998-99 season with 
three returning starters and five of its top 
seven scorers and rebounders from last 
season's NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" team. 
It is a veteran cast ready to combine with one of 
the highest-rated recruiting classes in school 
annals to produce one of the most talented 
squads and highly anticipated seasons in the 
history of the program. 



After winning 103 total games, 47 confer- 
ence games and playing in a school-record five 
consecutive NCAA Tournaments since 1994, 
the ascension of the Maryland basketball pro- 
gram into the upper reaches in the hierarchy of 
the college basketball world continues at 
alarming speed. 

Maryland is certain to begin the 1998-99 
season ranked among the nation's top teams. 
Already, the Terps have been tabbed No. 5 in 
the preseason by Jay Bilas of ESPN, and most 
basketball insiders view the team as one of the 
top two in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 
Terps' recruiting class has been rated the fifth 
best in the nation by Mike DeCourcy of The 
Sporting News and the third best in the nation 
by recruiting analyst Clark Francis of 
HoopScoop and ESPN. 

Head coach Gary Williams has truly built 
one of the most talented and deepest teams in 
his 10 seasons at Maryland. The Terps are 
experienced and tested at every position and 
possess as much quality depth as any squad he 
has coached. That talent, experience and depth 
will allow Williams the flexibility to put many 
strong lineup combinations on the court 
throughout all 40 minutes of every game. The 
Terps will be built for speed and can be con- 
structed to play with a big lineup, a small line- 
up or anywhere in between. At all times, 
though, the Terps will resemble all Williams' 
teams — looking to run the court and score a 
lot of points on offense and looking to play all 
94 feet of the court on defense. 

EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP 
IN THE STARTING LINEUP 

Seniors Laron Profit, Obinna Ekezie and 
Terrell Stokes all return as third-year starters 
and veteran leaders. The trio has led Maryland 
to the last three NCAA Tournaments; three 
upper-division ACC finishes and helped the 
program become a fixture in the national polls. 

Profit was an honorable mention All- 
America selection as a junior and returns for 
his final season as one of the nation's most ath- 
letically gifted players. A third team All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference selection as a 
sophomore and junior, he enters his senior sea- 
son ranked third all-time at Maryland with 184 
career steals. The defensive standout was cred- 




Laron Profit, Obinna Ekezie and Terrell Stokes are all returning starters and all-star candidates. 



ited with 87 steals last season - a total that 
ranks as the second-best single season effort in 
school history. Profit averaged a career-high 
and team-leading 15.8 points per game last 
season and is the Terps' leading returning scor- 
er. He enters his senior season with 1,072 
career points which places him among the all- 
time leaders at Maryland. 

Ekezie, an honorable mention All-ACC 
selection last season, is considered by many to 
be the top true center in the ACC. He averaged 
a career-high 12.8 points and a career-high 6.5 
rebounds per game last season. He was out- 
standing in a pressure situation against Illinois 
in the second round of the 1998 NCAA 
Tournament, making six straight free-throws 
(both ends of one-and-one attempts) in the 



final 118 seconds to push Maryland past the 
Illini, 67-61, and into the "Sweet 16" for the 
third time in five years. Ekezie played for 
Nigeria in the World Championships this sum- 
mer and was the fourth leading rebounder in 
the tournament. 

Stokes ranked third in the ACC with a 
career-high 2.3:1 assists to turnover ratio last 
season. He enters his senior season with 377 
assists and 123 steals which makes him one of 
only seven players to be ranked in the top 10 in 
career assists and career steals in Maryland his- 
tory. Stokes holds the single-game school 
record for assists with 14 against Towson 
University on Nov. 30, 1996 and owns two of 
the top three single-game assist marks in 
school history. He was credited with a career- 






■ 




Terence Morris was an AII-ACC Freshman team selection who will be an 
important performer for the Terps this season. 



Mike Mardesich displayed his all-star potential during his inaugural season as a 

Terp. 



high and team-leading 149 total assists for a 
career-high and team-leading 4.7 assists per 
game last season. Stokes was at his best in the 
postseason when he averaged 7.3 points and 
5.7 assists in three NCAA Tournament games 
and had 14 assists and only two turnovers in 
two ACC Tournament games. 

EXPERIENCED DEPTH COMING OFF 
THE BENCH 

This year's team could be considered one of 
the deepest and most talented in school histo- 
ry. Williams will continue to realize the fruits 
of his program's recruiting successes when he 
looks toward a very capable bench. He will be 
able to choose any one of a number of players 
in an effort to substitute a quality player from 
the bench for a quality player on the floor. 

Terence Morris and Mike Mardesich, a pair 
of enormously talented sophomores, will take 
on increased roles this season. Both played in 
all 32 games last season and gained the experi- 



ence that will allow them to become prime- 
time players in the ACC. 

Morris was an honorable mention All-ACC 
Freshman team selection last year as he aver- 
aged 7.4 points and 3.5 rebounds during his 
inaugural collegiate season. He displayed his 
athleticism with 29 blocked shots, 27 steals and 
13 3-point shots made. He improved his game 
throughout the season as he adiusted from a 
"back to the basket" offensive player to a "fac- 
ing the basket" player upon his arrival at 
Maryland. He played his best basketball in the 
second half of the season, averaging 8.4 points, 
3.8 rebounds, and 16.9 minutes per game from 
mid-season on as compared to 6.4 points, 3.3 
rebounds and 15.1 minutes per game during 
the first half of the season. Morris performed 
well in his first career ACC Tournament, aver- 
aging 10.5 points. 

Mardesich, who enters the season as a red- 
shirt sophomore, averaged 5.4 points and 4.3 
rebounds while playing 18.2 minutes per game 
last season. He scored his ACC season high of 



12 points in leading Maryland past No. 1 North 
Carolina in Cole Field House. He played a sea- 
son-high 34 minutes and was on the court to 
begin the decisive overtime period. Mardesich 
should see time as a starter and reserve and will 
help the team in both roles throughout the sea- 
son. 

Redshirt senior Brian Watkins, redshirt 
sophomore LaRon Cephas and freshman 
Lonny Baxter will round out a strong front- 
court for the Terps. 

Watkins is now in his fourth year as a mem- 
ber of the Terps' program and will be counted 
on as a valuable member of the Terps' front- 
court with his 59 games of collegiate playing 
experience. He has displayed flashes of his 
tremendous ability on both ends of the court. 
He scored a season-high eight points in a sea- 
son-high 14 minutes played against Florida 
International last season and will look to post 
those types of numbers on a more consistent 
basis this season. 

Cephas is another wide-body who the Terps 



will look to be a force on the glass at both ends 
of the court. His development last season 
allowed Williams great flexibility with his big 
men. He appeared in 21 games and may have 
been at his best when Maryland defeated then 
No. 1 North Carolina, 89-83 in overtime, on 
Jan. 14. He contributed four crucial minutes at 
the end of the first half in place of Maryland's 
foul-troubled frontcourt. Cephas was inserted 
into the lineup for All-ACC performer Rodney 
Elliott with 3:43 remaining in the half and the 
score tied at 32. He finished the half on the 
court and led Maryland into the locker room 
with a four-point lead (41-37). 

Baxter is a banger who will have the ability 
to give the Terps quality minutes from the 
beginning of the season. He averaged 21.0 
points and 1 1.0 rebounds at Hargrave Military 
Academy during the 1997-98 season. He fits 
the mold of a solid, well-built Maryland for- 
ward and should easily fit into the Terps' rota- 
tion. 

Junior college transfer Steve Francis, fresh- 
man Danny Miller and redshirt freshman Juan 
Dixon, will provide Maryland's backcourt 
depth. These newcomers will immediately 
combine with Maryland's returning backcourt 
of Stokes and Profit to form a talented and ver- 
satile group and offer Williams many lineup 
possibilities. 

Francis was named a first-team NJCAA Ail- 
American after leading Allegany (Md.) 
Community College to the national tourna- 
ment. He averaged 25.3 points, 8.7 assists, 7.1 
rebounds and 5.3 steals while shooting 53 per- 
cent from the field and 82 percent (204 of 248) 
from the free-throw line. He scored 66 points 
in two games of the NJCAA tournament, the 
fourth highest two-game total in tournament 
history. 

Miller, a McDonald's All-American, aver- 
aged 20.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists 
per game while shooting 45.1 percent from the 
floor as a senior. He was a consensus All- 
America selection and appeared on all the 
national lists of the top prep players. He led 
Rancocas Valley High School to a state champi- 
onship and to the semifinals of the 
Tournament of Champions in New Jersey his 
senior season. 

Dixon is familiar to the Maryland program 
having enrolled as a student and joined the 
team for the second semester last season. He 
practiced and traveled with the team during 
the entire second half of the season. As a senior 
at Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore, he 
was a two-time first team All-Metro selection 
by the Baltimore San and averaged 23.4 points 
and 4.5 rebounds during his senior season. 
Dixon shot nearly 90 percent from the free- 
throw line as a senior and led Calvert Hall to 
the Catholic League Tournament finals during 
his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. 

Senior Norman Fields and junior Matt 
Hahn have proved to be valuable players 
throughout their careers and will again be 
counted on to add depth in the backcourt. 




LaRon Cephas played many valuable minutes as a freshman and will be a strong contributor this season. 



Fields enjoyed his best season in 1998 as he 
played in a career-high 12 games. Fields will 
lend great depth off the bench. Hahn is a solid 
player who possesses a strong work ethic. As a 
member of the practice squad, he emulates the 
upcoming opponent's point guard in practice. 

Maryland will be stronger than last season 



in every category imaginable. It has more tal- 
ented depth at every position. It will have more 
top-flight competition at every position. The 
leadership of its three seniors is solid. With its 
talented depth, the Terps can play Williams' 
style of basketball longer and harder than any 
of his teams since his arrival in College Park. 







Gary Williams 



10 



Season as 
Head Coach 




graduated: 

University of Maryland, '68 



RECORD AT MARYLAND: 

164-112 (.595) 



9 Seasons 



OVERALL RECORD: 

371-240 (.608) 



20 Seasons 



The University of Maryland basketball pro- 
gram enters the 1998-99 season ranked 
among the nation's top teams, and head 
coach Gary Williams is the key reason why the 
Terps' program continues to reach new heights 
on an annual basis. 

Williams is a consistent winner who has 
proven that he can win at any level, under any 
circumstance, and that he can meet and defeat 
any challenge he faces. 

Take his nine-year tenure at Maryland, for 
example. He inherited a program that had 
averaged only 12 wins in its previous three sea- 
sons and had won only one ACC game the 
year before his arrival. Take into considera- 
tion, too, that because of NCAA sanctions, the 
program would begin a three-year probation- 
ary period after his first season. The program 
was penalized for infractions committed prior 
to his arrival, sanctions which affected recruit- 
ing, television appearances, and most of all, 
the won-loss record. 

Williams weathered the three-year NCAA 
probation, persevered and has achieved mon- 
umental success at his alma mater. Not only 
has he led Maryland to a school-record five 
consecutive NCAA Tournaments and aver- 
aged more than 20 wins a season during that 
period, but he has instilled a first class aura 
that he insists on from everyone involved with 
his program. 

Williams has also proven that he can sustain 
winning, something he has done throughout 
his entire career. He has coached 14 teams to 
postseason play, and 16 of his teams have 
recorded winning records. He has guided four 
teams to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament, and his 1988 Ohio State team 
played in the championship game of the post- 
season NIT. Since the end of the probationary 
period at Maryland, the Terps have recorded a 
103-55 overall record, with five consecutive 
winning seasons and a 47-33 mark in the ACC. 
The 47 conference victories are the most in a 
five-year period in school history. 




10 



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Williams in 


Postseason Tournaments 






Games 


Won 


Lost 


Pet. 


NCAA 


18 


10 


8 


.555 


NIT 


14 


8 


6 


.571 


ACC 


14 


6 


8 


.429 


BIG EAST 


6 


2 


4 


.333 


East Coast 


7 


3 


4 


.429 


Totals 


59 


29 


30 


.491 



Williams is a man with a passion for the 
game of basketball, a passion for the University 
of Maryland, a passion for a quality program, 
and most of all, a passion for winning. 

In 1997-98, Maryland advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament, finished 
third in the toughest conference in the country 
and won 20 games for the third time in the last 
four years. The Terps' success came while play- 
ing the nation's toughest schedule according to 
the RPI and Sagarin ratings. 

During his nine years in College Park, the 
three-time national coach of the year finalist 
has taken the Maryland program to the 
heights of the nation's premier basketball con- 
ference. He begins the 1998-99 season looking 
to lead the Terps to six consecutive upper-divi- 
sion conference finishes for only the second 
time in school history. 

Williams has thrust Maryland into the 
national spotlight by taking the Terps to a 
school record five consecutive NCAA 
Tournaments. The Terps last year advanced to 
the NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" for the 
third time in the last five seasons and Williams 
came within a whisker of coaching in his first 
ACC Tournament championship game in 
1998. Entering the 1998-99 season, Maryland 
is one of only two schools in the ACC (the 
other being North Carolina) and one of only 
1 1 in the nation which has participated in each 
of the last five NCAA Tournaments. 

Williams is the only head coach in school his- 
tory to guide the Terps to sLx postseason tourna- 
ment appearances within his first nine seasons. 
He is also one of only two coaches in school his- 
tory to have directed his first two teams to win- 
ning records and to a regular season champi- 
onship during the first six years at the helm. 

In 1989, Williams inherited a team that had 
won only nine games the year before and had 
finished in last place in the ACC. Williams dis- 
played his coaching abilities immediately. The 
Terps won 19 games and advanced to the sec- 
ond round of the National Invitation 
Tournament, making Williams the first coach 
in school history to lead a team into the post- 
season in his first season. In addition, 
Maryland's 10-game improvement in the win 
column during Williams' first season was the 
largest in school history and second largest in 
the annals of the ACC. Only the legendary 
Press Maravich, who improved NC State's 
winning ledger by 13 games in his inaugural 
season (1965), can boast a higher first-year 
win total improvement. 



THE WILLIAMS FILE 





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COACHING EXPERIENCE 


1990-presenl 


University of Maryland, Head Coach 




1987-1989 


Ohio State University, Head Coach 




1983-1986 


Boston College, 


rlead Coach 




1974-1982 


American University, Head Coach 




YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 




Year 


School 


Overall Record/Conference Finish 


Postseason Play 


1997-98 


Maryland 


21-1 1/10-6 (3rd) 


NCAA, 2-1 


1996-97 


Maryland 


21-11/9-7 (T4th) 


NCAA, 0- 1 


1995-96 


Maryland 


17-13/8-8 (T4th) 


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 


9-Year Record at 


Maryland-164-112 (.594)/65-75 




1988-89 


Ohio State 


19-15/6-12 (8th) 


NIT, 2-1 


1987-88 


Ohio State 


20-13/9-9 (6th) 


NIT, 4-1 (finalist) 


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 College 


20-11/7-9 (6th) 


NCAA, 2-1 


1983-84 


Boston College 


18-12/8-8 (4th) 


NIT, 1-1 


1982-83 


Boston College 


25-7/12-4 (Tlst) 


NCAA, 1-1 


4- Year Record at Boston College-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 (.63I)/31-13 


20-Year Head Coaching Record-37 1-240 (.607)/151-151 




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Williams, who is only 29 victories shy of win 
No. 400, is in his 21st season as a head coach 
on the collegiate level. He has led teams to 
postseason play at each stop on his coaching 
resume — American University, Boston College, 
Ohio State and Maryland. 

Williams is the only coach to direct pro- 
grams in the three most powerful conferences 
in college basketball — the Atlantic Coast, Big 
East and Big Ten. During Williams' combined 
16 years in those three conferences, the 
national champion has come from Williams' 
league eight times (three in his nine years in 
the ACC, twice in his four years in the Big East 
and once in his three years in the Big Ten.) 

A 1968 graduate of Maryland, Williams let- 
tered as the Terps' starting point guard from 
1964-67 under head coach Bud Millikan. He 
served as team captain during his senior sea- 
son. It was as a player in the ACC that Williams 
developed his basketball philosophy. He stud- 
ied the game under Millikan, and it was then 
that he developed his penchant for the full- 
court pressure defenses for which his teams 



The Williams Influence 

Former Assistants to Gary Williams 
Who Became Head Coaches: 

RANDY AYERS 

Assistant to Gary Williams for three years at Ohio State. Head 
coach at Ohio State for 8 years. Currently the with the 
Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA. 

RICK BARNES 

Assistant to Gary Williams for one year at Ohio State. Has 
been the head coach at George Mason, Providence and 
Clemson. Currently the head coach at the University of Texas. 

PAUL BRAZEAU 

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

FRAN DUNPHY 

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

FRAN FRACHILLA 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years at Ohio State. Has 
been the head coach at Manhattan College and St. John's 
University. 

CHRIS KNOCHE 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years at American. Has 
been the head coach at American University. 

ART PERRY 

Assistant to Gary Williams for six years at Maryland. Currently 
the head coach at American University. 



THE WILLIAMS FILE 



COACHING HONORS 



Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 1998 (ACC Athlete Magazine) 

Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist, 1995, 1997 

Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1997 

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 



SLx-game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 1994 
SLx-game, nine-day tour of Germany with ACC All-Star Team in July of 1990 
Eight-game, 12-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team in July of 1984 



PLAYING HONORS 



Maryland team captain, 1967 

Maryland field goal percentage record (1.000, 8-8) vs. South Carolina, 12-10-66 

Member 1965 Sugar 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.] 

FAMILY 



Daughter- Kristin (28), Son-in-Law-Geoff 




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are now known. He learned his half court 
man-to-man defense from Millikan, who 
learned from the legendary Hank Iba. The 
fast-breaking offense that Williams' teams 
employ is similar to the style Vic Bubas' Duke 
teams used when Williams was a player. 

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

After earning a degree in business, he con- 
tinued his coaching career as an assistant at 
Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, 
N.J. After one year, he took over as the head 
coach and guided his first team to a perfect 27- 
record and the state title. Williams has called 
that season "the ultimate; there wasn't another 
game to win." 

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

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

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 
appearance in the NCAA Tournament, 
Williams directed the Eagles to the "Sweet 16." 
He finished third in the balloting for national 
Coach of the Year, and was honored as the 
Eastern Coach of the Year by his peers. He 
went on to duplicate that NCAA Tournament 
success again in 1985, when he again led 
Boston College to the "Sweet 16." 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coach- 
ing job at Ohio State, becoming the 10th bas- 
ketball coach in that school's illustrious histo- 
ry. He succeeded Eldon Miller and once again 
enjoyed success. In four years, the Buckeyes 
made three postseason 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- 
killings. During Williams' three-year term at 
Ohio State, OSU defeated a second-ranked 



LASTING MARK 



Maryland's 10-game improvement in 
the win column during Gary Williams' 
first season is the largest in school his- 
tory and second largest in ACC history 
by a first-year coach. 



Gary Williams' Record in Overtime 



Purdue team, perennial power Kansas and 
highly regarded Big Ten powers Michigan and 
Illinois. Each of Williams' three Ohio State 
teams advanced to postseason play, and he laid 
the groundwork for the highly successful 
teams that followed when he left Columbus 
for College Park. 




AT AMERICAN (4-2) 

December 28, 1978 

American 98 vs. Stetson 94 (20T) 

December 29, 1978 

American 85 vs. Central Florida 83 (0T) 

January 13, 1979 

American 83 vs. Bucknell 85 (20T) 

January 15, 1979 

American 89 vs. George Washington 91 (0T) 

February 24, 1981 

American 84 vs. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 83 (0T) 

February 2, 1982 

American 65 vs. William & Mary 64 (0T) 

At Boston College (0-0) 

None 



At Ohio State (1-2) 



December 29, 1986 

Ohio State 79 vs. Kansas 78 (OT) 

February 27, 1988 

Ohio State 77 vs. Michigan State 78 (OT) 

March 23, 1989 

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



At Maryland (4-8) 



February 10, 1989 

Maryland 111 vs. #14 Duke 114 (OT) 

March 2, 1991 

Maryland 78 at Virginia 74 (OT) 

January 18, 1992 

Maryland 83 vs. Florida State 91 (0T) 

November 15, 1993 

Maryland 84 at #15 Georgetown 83 (OT) 

March 11, 1995 

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

January 6, 1996 

Maryland 86 vs. #16 North Carolina 88 (OT) 

January 20, 1996 

Maryland 77 vs. N.C State 74 (0T) 

December 30, 1996 

Maryland 65 vs. Georgia 73 (OT) 

November 14, 1997 

Maryland 72 vs. South Carolina 76 (OT) 

December 4, 1997 

Maryland 65 at Clemson 78 (0T) 

January 14, 1998 

Maryland 89 vs.#1 North Carolina 83 (0T) 

March 7, 1998 

Maryland 73 vs. #4 North Carolina (83 (OT) - 
ACC Tournament 



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Milestone Victories for Williams 



Victory # 


Opponent, Score 


Head Coach at 


No.l 


Catholic, 83-68 


American 


No. 50 


Drexel, 62-60 


American 


No. 100 


New Hampshire, 97-64 


Boston College 


No. 150 


Bowling Green, 89-52 


Ohio State 


No. 200 


Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio State 


No. 250 


#10 North Carolina, 82-80 


Maryland 


No. 300 


at N.C. State, 84-67 


Maryland 


No. 350 


#13 Clemson, 76-61 


Maryland 




Active Coaches With Accomplished Records 



Three Different Teams Taken to The NCAA Tournament 
DAVE BLISS 

1st Team-Oklahoma; 2nd Team-Southern Methodist; 

3rd Team- New Mexico 

DON DEVOE 

1st Team-Virginia Tech; 2nd Team-Tennessee; 3rd Team-Navy 

LEFTY DRIESELL 

1st Team-Davidson; 2nd Team-Maryland; 

3rdTeam-JMU 

EDDIE FOGLER 

1 st Team-Wichita State; 2nd Team-Vanderbilt; 

3rd Team-South Carolina 

JIM HARRICK 

1 st Team-Pepperdine; 2nd Team-UCLA; 

3rd Team- Rhode Island 

LON KRUGER 

1 st Team-Kansas State; 2nd Team-Florida; 3rd Team- Illinois 

TUBBY SMITH 

1 st Team-Tulsa; 2nd Team-Georgia; 3rd Team- Kentucky 

GARY WILLIAMS 

1st Team-Boston College; 2nd Team-Ohio State; 

3rd Team- Maryland 





CURRENT CONSECUTIVE NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 




No. Coach 


School 




Years 


3D 


14 


Lute Olson 


Arizona 




1985-98 


12 


Bob Knight 


Indiana 




1986-97 


3> 


9 


JohnChaney 


Temple 




1990-98 


2: 


9 


Roy Williams 


Kansas 




1990-98 


CD 


7 


BobHuggins 


Cincinnati 




1992-98 


LTI 


6 


Gene Keady 


Purdue 




1993-98 


m 


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Gary Williams 


Maryland 




1994-98 


CD 


5 


Kelvin Sampson 


Washington 


StandOklahom; 




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5 


Tubby Smith 


Tulsa, Georgia and Kentucky 


1993-98 



CHARITIES 



Coaches vs. Cancer Three-Point Attack 

Gary Williams is involved in 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 program are dedicated to fighting cancer through increased 
support for research, patient services and prevention education from among the fans of col- 
lege basketball. 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 team's local chapter of the American Cancer Society. 

The University of Maryland men's basketball team and Gary Williams finished eighth in the 
nation in fundraising 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 program and one of only eight that raised $20,000 or more. 



FINAL TOP-10 ATTACK POLL 

Rank School Total $ 

1. Missouri (Norm Stewart) 135,044.22 

Syracuse (Jim Boeheim) 71,146.80 
Saint Louis (Charlie Spoonhour) 52,000.00 

SW Missouri (Steve Alford) 50,000.00 
SW Missouri (Cheryl Burnett) 

Kansas (Roy Williams) 34,350,04 

Penn State (Jerry Dunn) 28,825.00 
Penn State (Rene Portland) 

Louisville (Denny Crum) 28,825.00 

Maryland (Gary Williams) 20,800.90 

Florida (Lon Kruger) 19,803.90 

Minnesota (Clem Haskins) 19,552.59 



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"Last year, the University of 
Maryland finished among the 
leaders in the country in the 
Coaches versus Cancer rankings. 
However, we will not be satis- 
fied until cancer is defeated. 
Hopefully, fans across the coun- 
try will work together with the 
coaches to make this happen." 

-Gary Williams 




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Gary Williams First Round Draft Choices 

1997-Keith Booth (#28 overall) 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 

1 995-Joe Smith (#1 overall) 
Maryland/Golden State Warriors 

1992-Jim Jackson (#5 overall) 
Ohio State/Dallas Mavericks* 



1992-Walt Williams (#7 overall) 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 

1990-Jerrod Mustaf (#17 overall) 
Maryland/New York Knicks 

1987-Dennis Hopson (#3 overall) 
Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 



Gary Williams Draft Choices 



1997-Keith Booth 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 

1995-Joe Smith 
Maryland/Golden State Warriors 

1993-Evers Burns 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 

1992-Jim Jackson 
Ohio State/Dallas Mavericks* 
Walt Williams 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 

1990-Jerrod Mustaf 
Maryland/New York Knicks 
Tony Massenburg 
Maryland/San Antonio Spurs 

1989-DanaBarros 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 
Jay Burson 

Ohio State/San Antonio Spurs 
Chris Jent 
Ohio State/Chicago Bulls 

1987-Dennis Hopson 
Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 

1986-DominicPressley 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 

1985-Michael Adams 
Boston College/Sacramento Kings 
Stu Primus 
Boston College/Indiana Pacers 

1984-Martin Clark 
Boston College/Philadelphia 
Jay Murphy 
Boston College/Golden State 

1983-John Garris 
Boston College/Cleveland Cavaliers 
Ron Crevier 

Boston College/Chicago Bulls 
Gordon Austin 

American/Philadelphia 76'ers 
Boo Bowers 
American/Cleveland Cavaliers 

* - Williams recruited Jimmy Jackson to Ohio State 




Joe Smith was the No. 1 overall selection in the 1 995 NBA Draft. 




Walt Williams, the seventh overall selection in the 1992 NBA 
draft, was coached by Gary Williams at Maryland. 



Keith Booth became only the second Maryland player to earn 
a NBA championship ring as a member of the Chicago Bulls 
in 1998. 



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SENIOR ASSISTANT COACH 



Billy Hahn 




BILLY HAHN, one of only two people in 
Maryland basketball history to play and coach 
in the NCAA Tournament, is in his 10th season 
as an assistant coach under Gary Williams. 
Hahn is in his second season as Maryland's 
senior assistant coach. He became a member of 
the Maryland coaching staff in July of 1989, 
immediately after Gary Williams became the 
Terps' head coach. 

Since Hahn joined the Terrapin staff for the 
1990 season, Maryland has played in a school- 
record five NCAA Tournaments, one National 
Invitation Tournament and captured the 1995 
ACC regular season championship. In addi- 
tion, Maryland has established school records 
for most points in a single game, and season 
records for free throws made, assists, steals and 
blocks. Maryland is one of only two teams in 
the ACC (also North Carolina) and one of only 
1 1 nationally which have played in each of the 
last five NCAA Tournaments. 

Hahn's extensive recruiting roots and 
knowledge of the game have been major keys 
to the resurgence of the Terrapin program. His 
work has attracted nationally ranked recruiting 
classes to College Park in each of the last six 
seasons. Clark Francis of HoopScoop 
Magazine ranked Maryland's 1998 recruiting 
class as the third best in the nation. 

A veteran in the coaching ranks, Hahn's 24 
years of collegiate coaching experience is evi- 
dent in everything that he does. His recruiting 
plans are well thought out and his scouting 
reports are among the best in the nation. The 
Maryland program is well balanced on both 
the recruiting and scouting fronts because of 
Hahn's meticulous preparation. 

Hahn's recruiting successes have allowed 
Maryland to compete among the nation's elite 
programs. His enthusiastic attitude and loyalty 
to the University of Maryland make him a 
great ambassador for the program. 

His scouting ability has helped Maryland 
advance to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament in three of the last five seasons 
and finish as the regular season co-champions 
of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1995. The 



Terps are one of only 1 1 programs nationally to 
advance to the "Sweet 16" in at least three of 
the last five seasons. 

His hard work and dedication as a recruiter 
have also propelled him into the spotlight. 
Hahn was named one of the top 10 recruiters 
in the Eastern United States by Eastern 
Basketball. 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 fortunes." 

The Terps' roster of players during his 
career at Maryland reflects his recruiting 
prowess. Hahn's national and local recruiting 
knowledge helped in the superior evaluation of 
former All-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 that 
convinced current Terp seniors Laron Profit, 
Terrell Stokes and Obinna Ekezie to attend 
Maryland. Many recruiting experts labeled 
Profit as "one of the top high school players in 
the country," while Stokes earned the tide as 
the "No. 1 pure point guard in the nation." This 
season's roster includes a pair of the most 
sought-after players in the nation, Steve 



Francis and Danny Miller. Francis was the top 
junior college point guard in the nation while 
Miller was a McDonald's high school All- 
American last season. The nation's top pro- 
grams coveted both players. 

Prior to joining the Terps' staff, Hahn was 
the head coach at Ohio University for three 
years. He compiled a 42-45 record and posted 
two winning seasons. He led Ohio to the Mid- 
American Conference Tournament champi- 
onship game in 1988. He recruited and 
coached Paul Graham, the MAC Player of the 
Year in 1989. During his head coaching tenure, 
100 percent of his senior players earned their 
degrees. 

His coaching expertise was also on display 
in 1995 when he filled in for Gary Williams, 
who missed four games with pneumonia. He 
guided Maryland to the semifinals of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament and to 
a victory at Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium. 

It was during this time that Hahn drew 
nationwide praise as he guided the Terps to a 2- 
2 record. He coached the Terps to a 94-92 vic- 
tory at Duke, a 71-64 victory over Florida State 
in the first round of the ACC Tournament, and 
into overtime against No. 2 ranked North 
Carolina in the ACC tournament semifinals 



The Hahn File 



Postseason Play 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

1 989-90-present, University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

1986-89, Ohio University, Head Coach 

1 980-86, Ohio University, Assistant Coach 

1 977-80, Rhode Island University, Assistant Coach 

1 976-77, Davidson College, Assistant Coach 

1975-76, Morris Harvey College, Assistant Coach 

YEAR-BY YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 

Year School Overall Record/Conference Finish 

1988-89 Ohio University 12-17/7-9 (T7th) 

1987-88 Ohio University 16-14/9-7 (3rd) 

1986-87 Ohio University 14-14/6-10 (T7th) 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 42-45 (.423)/22-26 

Accomplishments 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional Semifinals 

NCAA Tournament, 



Years 


School 


1997-98 


University of Maryland 


1996-97 


University of Maryland 


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 


1990-91 


University of Maryland 


1989-90 


University of Maryland 


Years 


School 


1985-86 


Ohio University 


1984-85 


Ohio University 


1983-84 


Ohio University 


1982-83 


Ohio University 


1981-82 


Ohio University 


1980-81 


Ohio University 



Midwest Regional Semifinals 



NCAA "Sweet 16" 



NCAA "Sweet 16" 



NCAA "Sweet 16" 



NIT, 2nd Round 
Accomplishments 
NIT, 1986, 1st Round 

NCAA Tournament, 1985 Southeast Regional 
Mid American Conference Championships 

NCAA Tournament, 1 983, 2nd Round Mideast Regional 
Mid American Conference Championship 

Consecutive 20-Win Seasons, 1 983, 1 984, 1 985, 1 986. 



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and against Virginia during the regular season. 
Maryland's victory over Duke clinched a tie for 
the ACC regular season championship. Three 
of the games were televised on ESPN and ABC 
televised one. 

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 
becoming the head coach at Ohio. At each of 
his first three coaching stops, he successfully 
recruited and coached future NBA draft choic- 
es. While at Rhode Island, he recruited future 
New York Knicks star Slv Williams and four 



other NBA selections. 

Prior to his appointment as head coach at 
Ohio in 1987, he 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 all-time leading assist holder. 
Hahn recruited and coached two future NBA 
draft choices and the 1985 MAC Player of the 
Year. While Hahn was an assistant, Ohio post- 
ed a school-record four 20-win seasons, won 
two conference tournament championships, 
earned two trips to the NCAA Tournament 
and played in one NIT. 

Hahn is a 1975 graduate of the University of 
Maryland. While an undergraduate, he was a 



CAREER STATISTICS AT MARYLAND 






\— 3-P0INT— \ 






TOT 






YEAR 


G 


FG-FGA PCT. FG-FGA .PCTFT-FTA 


PCT. 


PTS-AVG 


REB-AVG 


PF 


AST 


1972-73 


16 


5-7 .714 — — 0-2 


.000 


10-0.6 


0-0.0 


8 


1 


1973-74 


20 


12-23 .522 — — 4-5 


.800 


28-1.4 


9-0.5 


13 


24 


1974-75 


22 


23-41 .561 — — 12-22 


.545 


58-2.6 


15-0.7 


15 


30 


TOTALS 


58 


40-71 .563 — — 16-29 


.552 


96-1.7 


24-0.4 


36 


55 



three-year varsity letterwinner on three of the 
best basketball teams Maryland has ever field- 
ed. He was a freshman in 1971-72 when the 
Terps won the National Invitation 
Tournament; he was a key reserve on the team 
that lost what is considered to be the greatest 
game in ACC history - Maryland's 103-100 
overtime setback to NC State in 1974 - and he 
was captain of the team his senior year when 
the Terps won the ACC regular season champi- 
onship and advanced to the Midwest Regional 
finals of the NCAA Tournament. 

He earned the Alvin Aubinoe Award for 
"Greatest Career Contribution" following his 
senior season. Maryland fashioned a 70-19 
overall record during his playing career. The 
Terps finished with a 24-5 record and won the 
ACC regular season championship his senior 
season. 

Hahn has become a very accomplished 
seminar and banquet speaker. He has delivered 
numerous motivational speeches to area busi- 
nesses and at many graduations. 

Hahn and his wife Kathi were married on 
lune 25, 1976. They have two children, a son 
Matthew (20) and daughter Ashley (15). 

Hahn received his bachelor's degree in dis- 
tributive education from Maryland in 1975. 



Years School 

1979-80 University of Rhode Island 

1978-79 University of Rhode Island 

1977-78 University of Rhode Island 



Accomplishments 

Marquette City Classic Champions, 1 980 

NIT, 1979, 1st Round 

Motor City Classic Champions, 1 979 
NCAA Tournament, 1978, 1st Round East Regional 

ECAC New England Champions, 1978 



1976-77 Davidson College 

1975-76 Morris Harvey College 

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

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

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

Six game, 1 2-day tour of Germany, France and Belgium with Ohio University basketball team in August of 1 986 

World Cup Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Rhode Island basketball team in July of 1 979 

Played in World Cup Games as member of Maryland basketball team in 1 972 (tournament champions) 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1972-1 975, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

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

PLAYING HONORS 

Maryland Team Captain, 1975 

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

Member 1 972, 1 973, 1 975 Maryland Invitational Tournament Championship Teams 

Member 1 973 Cable Car Classic Championship Team 

Member 1 975 Atlantic Coast Conference Regular Season Championship Team 

Member 1 975 NCAA Tournament Team, University of Maryland 

EDUCATION 

University of Maryland, 1 975, B.S. in distributive education 
Penn High School, 1971 

DATE OF BIRTH 

June 22, 1953 

FAMILY 

Wife Kathi (married, June 25, 1 976); son Matthew (20) and daughter Ashley (15). 




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Dave Dickerson 



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DAVE DICKERSON, a forward at Maryland 
from 1986-89 who earned four letters and was 
team co-captain in 1989, is in his third season 
as an assistant coach under Gary Williams. 
Dickerson played in the 1986 and 1989 NCAA 
tournaments and was a member of three teams 
that advanced to the ACC Tournament semifi- 
nals. The Terps won 19 games his freshman 
year and 18 during his junior season. 
Dickerson was a starter on the 1989 team that 
became the first No. 8 seed to defeat a No. 1 
seed in the ACC Tournament. 

Dickerson's first two recruiting classes at 
the University of Maryland have helped launch 
the Terps into the upper echelon of college bas- 
ketball. Dickerson was instrumental in attract- 
ing the Terps' 1997 and 1998 recruiting classes, 
both of which ranked in the top 10 nationally. 
Maryland's 1998 recruiting class is ranked 
third in the nation by Clark Francis of 
HoopScoop Magazine. 

During Dickerson's tenure at Maryland, the 
Terps have appeared in the NCAA Tournament 
twice, advanced to the semifinals of the ACC 
Tournament twice and averaged 19 wins a sea- 
son. In 1998 the Terps advanced to the "Sweet 
16" of the NCAA Tournament and were the 
No. 4 seed in the West Region. The Terps 
played the nation's toughest schedule accord- 
ing to the Sagarin ratings and were ranked 15th 
in the final ESPN/USA Today poll. Maryland 
has been ranked among the nation's top teams 
during each of his first two years at Maryland 
and reached No. 5 in the Associated Press poll 
during the 1997-98 season. 

Dickerson has quickly established himself 
as one of the top young coaches in college bas- 
ketball. On the court, Dickerson works with 
Maryland's outstanding group of forwards and 
helps in the scouting of opponents. As a group, 
Maryland's front court has been rated as the 
fifth best in the nation entering the 1998 sea- 
son. 

In 1989, Dickerson earned his bachelor's 
degree in government and politics from 
Maryland. Soon after graduation he began his 
coaching career on the staff of Gardner Webb 




The Dickerson File 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

1 996-97-present, University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 
1993-96, Radford University, Assistant Coach 
1 991-92, James Madison University, Assistant Coach 
1 990-91 , Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 



Years 


School 


Accomplishments Postseason Play 


1997-98 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament, West Region Semifinals NCAA"Sweet 16 


1996-97 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament, Southeast Region 


Years 


School 


Accomplishments 


1995-96 


Radford University 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


1994-95 


Radford University 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


1993-94 


Radford University 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


1992-93 


Radford University 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


Years 


School 


Accomplishments 


1991-92 


James Madison University 


Colonial Athletic Assoc.Tourn. Finals 


Years 


School 


Accomplishments 


1990-91 


Gardner Webb 


South Atlantic Conf.Tourn. Finals 


PLAYING EXPERIENCE 




1 985-89, U 


niversity of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 


PLAYING HONORS 




Maryland Team Captain, 1989 




Career Contribution Award, 1989 




Most Improved Player Award, 1987 




EDUCATION 




University of Maryland, 1 989, B.S. in government and politics 


DATE OF BIRTH 




March 29, 1967 





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University in North Carolina. After a year at 
Gardner Webb he joined former Maryland 
head coach Lefty Driesell at James Madison. 
From 1993-96 Dickerson was an assistant 
coach at Radford University, where he was an 
assistant under former Maryland assistant 
coach Ron Bradley. It was at Radford that 
Dickerson began to make his mark as a 
recruiter and bench coach. 

Radford gained national acclaim and 
become one of the most successful programs in 
the Big South Conference during Dickerson's 
tenure. Radford defeated Louisiana State, 73- 
72, on Dec. 30, 1993 to gain the biggest victory 
in school history. The Highlanders scored the 
game-winning basket with 2.8 seconds remain- 
ing in the game just after LSL' had taken its first 
lead of the second half. Dickerson was the 
assistant coach in charge of scouting LSU. 
Radford had winning seasons during each of 
Dickerson's four years at the school. 

A native of Olar, S.C., he earned the team 
award for Greatest Career Contribution in 
1989 and for Most Improved Player in 1987. 




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Jimmy Patsos 




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JIMMY PATSOS, an assistant coach on all five 
of Maryland's most recent NCAA Tournament 
teams, enters his eighth season working under 
head coach Gary Williams. Patsos has been a 
cornerstone of the success of the program and 
its current legacy of continuity. Patsos joined 
Williams and the Maryland staff for the 1992 
season and has been involved in all aspects of 
the program since. 

Patsos' numerous responsibilities center on 
opponent scouting and the academic develop- 
ment 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 teams' overall academic performance has 
improved under his guidance. He works close- 
ly with the academic support unit of the ath- 
letic department and many of the professors 
on campus. 

Patsos also coordinates the public speaking 
engagements of the Terps' players. Each sum- 
mer, Patsos serves as the director of the Gary 
Williams basketball camp at the University of 
Maryland. The camp annually draws partici- 
pants from around the world and is the show- 
case camp on the eastern seaboard. In his role 
as camp director, Patsos coordinates counselor 
management, facility and participant schedul- 
ing, housing, meals and guest speakers. In 
addition to his work at the Gary Williams 
camp, he is a frequent speaker at camps 
throughout Maryland, Delaware and 
Pennsylvania. 

Patsos joined the staff as a volunteer assis- 
tant during the 1991-92 season. During his 
first season, he was exposed to the coaching 
and administrative side of college basketball, 
which allowed him to gain a greater under- 
standing of the game. His work ethic and rela- 
tionship with the players resulted in a full-time 
spot on the staff for the 1992-93 season. 

Prior to his appointment to Williams' staff 
at Maryland, Patsos was the assistant coach at 
Archbishop Carroll High School in Washing- 



ton, DC. 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 of whom 



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 season. He earned his 
bachelor's degree in history from Catholic in 
1989. 




The Patsos File 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

1 992-present, University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

1 989-1 991 , Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) High School, Assistant Coach 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 



Years 


School 


Accomplishments 


Postseason Play 


1997-98 


University of Maryland 


NCAA West Regional Semifinals 


NCAA "Sweet 16 


1996-97 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Southeast Regional 




1995-96 


University of Maryland 


NCAA West Regional 




1994-95 


University of Maryland 


NCAA, West Regional Semifinals 


NCAA "Sweet 16 


1993-94 


University of Maryland 


NCAA, Midwest Regional Semifinals 


NCAA "Sweet 16 


1992-93 


University of Maryland 






1991-92 


University of Maryland 







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INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Six-game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 1 994 
One month tour of Australia with junior (15-17) team in August of 1991 



PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1 985-89, Catholic University, basketball letterwinner 

PLAYING HONORS 

Catholic team captain, 1989 

EDUCATION 

Catholic University, 1 989, B.S. in history 

DATE OF BIRTH 

October 1,1966 



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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST 



Troy Wainwright 



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TROY WAINWRIGHT serves as the adminis- 
trative assistant to head coach Gary Williams, a 
position he has held since the 1996-97 season. 
Wainwright is an integral part of the success of 
the team on the court and helps with the 
administration of the basketball office. 

Wainwright is involved in the day-to-day 
operations of the team, including budgetary 
matters, team travel, on-campus housing and 
dining contracts. In addition, Wainwright is 
responsible for non-conference scheduling and 
works with the conference office to coordinate 
the Terps' ACC schedule. 

The Terps have appeared in the NCAA 
Tournament twice, advanced to the semifinals 
of the ACC Tournament twice and averaged 19 
wins a season during Wainwright's first two 
seasons. In 1998 the Terps advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament and were 
the No. 4 seed in the West Region. The Terps 
played the nation's toughest schedule accord- 
ing to the Sagarin ratings and were ranked 15th 
in the final ESPN/ USA Today poll. 

Wainwright is the tournament director for 
the annual Gary Williams golf tournament that 
raises money to endow scholarships for the 
basketball program. The tournament has 
raised over $75,000 during the two years since 
Wainwright's arrival. As tournament director, 
Wainwright helps solicit sponsorships and 
players and helps with course management on 
the day of the event. In addition, he coordi- 
nates team and individual player scoring and 
the silent auction. 

He also serves as the co-director of the Gary 
Williams basketball camp each summer. He 
helps coordinate virtually every aspect of the 
camp including housing, meals and camp 
speakers. 

Wainwright received his bachelor of science 
degree in sociology from the University of 
Maryland in 1990. After graduating from 
Maryland he worked as an account manager 
with the Washington Bullets from 1992-1994 
and as an advertising account executive at the 
Washington Times horn 1994-96. 



Wainwright served as head manager for the 
basketball team during Williams' first season at 
Maryland, 1990. He accompanied the Terps as 
they advanced to the second round of the 1990 



National Invitation Tournament. He served as 
the team's assistant manager for the three years 
preceding Williams' arrival in College Park. 




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Office Staff 




CLEO LONG-THOMAS 

Administrative Assistant to 
Head Coach Gary Williams 

CLEO LONG-THOMAS is in her eighth year 
as the administrative assistant to head coach 
Gary Williams in the Maryland basketball 
office. Long-Thomas has been a member of the 
basketball staff since the beginning of the 
1991-92 season. 

Long-Thomas coordinates the professional 
schedule of the coaching staff and handles the 
day-to-day managerial duties within the bas- 
ketball office. She coordinates Williams' sched- 
ules for departmental meetings, out-of-town 
speaking engagements and appearances and 
coordinates all travel arrangements of the 
entire coaching staff. She also produces the 
daily practice plans for the coaching staff. 

She plans and coordinates the teams' honor 
banquet including all invitations, decorations, 
seating and banquet room set-up and arranges 
the senior day activities at the final home game 
of the season. Long-Thomas assists with the 
overall operations of the Gary Williams sum- 
mer basketball camp. 

Long-Thomas and her husband Jocquin are 
the proud parents of Tyrone, 30, Jabari, 24, and 
Raven, 15. She also has one grandchild, T.J., 
born in 1996. 



ELLIE NORMAN 

Administrative Assistant to the 
Assistant Coaches 

ELLIE NORMAN is in her third season with 
the men's basketball team serving as the 
administrative assistant for the assistant coach- 
es and for recruiting. She joined the staff prior 
to the 1996-97 season and has become an inte- 
gral part of the basketball office staff. 

Norman coordinates all recruiting corre- 
spondence and mail-outs to prospective mem- 
bers of the team. In addition, she assists the 
coaches in the preparation of scouting reports 
throughout the season. She is also responsible 
for the coordination, planning, registration, 
and administrative day-to-day operations of 
the annual Gary Williams Summer Basketball 
Camp. The camp, which runs over four weeks 
in the summer, is one of the largest and best 
attended on the East Coast. Norman also aids 
in preparation of the annual end of the season 
banquet. 

Ellie and her husband Rich, an avid golfer, 
reside in Crofton. They are expecting their first 
child in March. 



JOHN BOWIE 

Equipment Manager 

JOHN BOWIE, who has accompanied the 
Terps to six postseason tournaments, is in his 
10th season as the equipment manager for the 
men's basketball team. Bowie has worked with 
head coach Gary Williams since his arrival for 
the 1989-90 season. 

Bowie manages the Cole Field House 
equipment room and handles the equipment 
operations for the men's basketball team. In 
addition to his duties with the men's basketball 
team, he works with the women's basketball, 
volleyball, Softball, wrestling and men's and 
women's swimming teams. 

Bowie is responsible for maintaining the 
NCAA-mandated equipment records for the 
sports under his supervision. 

The North Brentwood, Md., native is a 
graduate of DuVal High School. He and his 
wife of 10 years, Marsha, have two children: 
Darrin ( 10) and Adrian (9). 




Team Managers (I to r), Stephen Wheeler, Josh Hollander, David Soskin, Matt Zebersky, Chris Underwood, Louis Jen Taylor 
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Medical Staff 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
MEDICAL CENTER PROVIDES 
TEAM DOCTORS TO TERRAPIN 
ATHLETES 

The University of Maryland 
Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics and the University of 
Maryland Medical Center's sports 
medicine program have joined 
forces to provide the best possible 
medical attention and care to all 
Terrapin student-athletes. 

Orthopedic surgeon Leigh Ann 
Curl, M.D., will serve as the head 
team physician and Tom Terrell, 
M.D., provides primary care ser- 
vices. Both Drs. Curl and Terrell are 
part of the growing University 
Sports Medicine program of the 
University of Maryland Medical 
Center, which also provides med- 
ical care for the Baltimore Ravens 
of the NFL, UMBC, Coppin State 
University and 14 high schools. 

Says Deborah A. Yow, 
Maryland's director of athletics: 
"When we recruit student-athletes 
to play for Maryland, we owe them 
the best education, the best coach- 
ing and the best comprehensive 
health care. Drs. Curl and Terrell 
are excellent physicians who 
understand college athletics. It's 
especially gratifying for us to part- 
ner with our medical center in the 
same fashion as other ACC institu- 
tions do with their medical 
schools, like North Carolina, 
Virginia, Duke and Wake Forest." 

LEIGH ANN CURL, M.D. 

Team Physician 

LEIGH ANN CURL, a former Ail- 
American basketball player at the 
University of Connecticut and a 
1998 inductee into the GTE 
Academic Hall of Fame, is in her 
second year as Maryland's head 
team physician. 

Dr. Curl, who is a member of 
the University of Maryland School 
of Medicine faculty as an assistant 
professor of orthopedic surgery, 
has performed volunteer work as 
team physician for USA basketball, 
USA Rugby, Johns Hopkins 
University, St. John's University, the 
New York Mets and the New York 
City public schools recreation pro- 
gram. 

She received her medical degree 
in 1989 from Johns Hopkins, 
where she served her internship 
and residency. She was a fellow in 
sports medicine and shoulder 




Dr. Leigh Ann Curl 
Head Team Physician 



Dr. Tom Terrell 
Primary Care Doctor 



J.J. Bush 

Men's Basketball Trainer 




Dr.SacaredBodison 
Coordinator of Sports 
Medicine 



surgery at The Hospital for Special 
Surgery at Cornell University 
Medical center in New York City. 

Dr. Curl graduated summa cum 
laude from the University of 
Connecticut in 1985 and was her 
class valedictorian. She was a four- 
year starter on the women's basket- 
ball team, serving two years as team 
captain, and became the third 
women's basketball player in 
school history to scored 1,000 
points. She currently ranks 10th in 
career points and fifth in rebounds 
at Connecticut. A two-time GTE 
Academic Ail-American, Curl was 
a two-time Big East Conference 
Scholar- Athlete of the Year. 

TOM TERRELL, M.D. 

Primary Care Doctor 
TOM TERRELL, an Academic Ail- 
American basketball player at 
Jacksonville University in 1986, is 
in his second season as the primary 
care sports medicine doctor for 
Maryland's athletic program. 

He is a member of the 
University of Maryland School of 
Medicine faculty as a clinical assis- 
tant professor of family medicine. 
Terrell was in private practice in 
Atlanta before joining the Terps' 
medical staff. He received his M.D. 
from Emory University Medical 
School in Atlanta and a Master of 
Philosophy in biological anthro- 
pology from the University of 
Cambridge in England. He was a 



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Dr. Stephen Fahey 
Emergency Physician 



fellow at Michigan State University 
in primary care sports medicine 
and a medical officer for the 1996 
Olympics. 

A former collegiate athlete, 
Terrell was an Academic Ail- 
American at Jacksonville 
University in 1986 when the 
Dolphins advanced to the NCAA 
Tournament. He was also selected 
the Sun Belt Conference Male 
Scholar- Athlete of the Year and was 
awarded an NCAA Postgraduate 
Scholarship. 

J.J. BUSH 

Basketball Trainer 

J.J. BUSH returns as the athletic 
trainer for Gary Williams and the 
Terp's men's basketball program. 
Bush is in his sixth season working 
with the men's basketball program. 
This is his second stint working 
with the program, as he was the 
team's trainer from 1972-1976. 

As the trainer for the basketball 
team, Bush coordinates the daily 
medical treatments for all the play- 
ers and supervises all rehabilitative 
efforts in case of injury. 

Bush came to the university in 
1972, as an assistant trainer and 
this year received a 25-Year Service 
Award from the university. He 
began working immediately with 
the men's basketball team. The 
team won the regular season cham- 
pionship of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference in 1975 and averaged 



23 wins a season during his tenure. 

Beginning with the 1976 foot- 
ball season, Bush worked with the 
Terp football team until 1992, 
when he returned to Cole Field 
House and the basketball team as 
an assistant to the athletic director. 
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 basic 
and advanced kinesiology course 
on care and prevention of athletic 
injuries for the University, and is a 
frequent lecturer throughout the 
Mid-Atlantic region of the United 
States on the latest training meth- 
ods. 

Bush is active in the National 
Athletic Trainers Association, and 
has worked extensively within the 
organization on improving athletic 
training methods. He has served on 
the governmental affairs commit- 
tee at the national level and is a 
past president of the Maryland 
Athletic Trainers Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 
Bush, 51, graduated from Florida 
State University in 1969. He and his 
wife Gina have two children, 
Brandon and Jordan. 



STUDENT HEALTH CENTER 



Dr. Sacared Bodison and Dr. 
Stephen Fahey are the two 
full-time campus health 
center physicians who 
specialize in sports medicine. 
Dr. Bodison is the assistant 
director of medical services at 
the health center and has 
been involved with the care of 
student-athletes since 1982. 
Dr. Fahey is an emergency 
physician who is in his ninth 
year working with the 
Terrapins. Dr. Bodison and Dr. 
Fahey are available to treat 
student-athletes daily on an 
as-needed basis in the health 
center. In addition, Dr. 
Margaret Bridwell serves as 
the director of the Student 
Health center and is a 
member of the University of 
Maryland Athletic Council. 



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high school: 

Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. (Tom Blackburn) 

birthdate: 



August 22, 1 975 (Port Harcourt, Nigeria) 

ON EKEZIE: Honorable mention All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference selection as a junior and an 
honorable mention selection to the ACC All- 
Freshman team ... was as outstanding in a 
pressure situation as any player in the nation 
against Illinois in the second round of the 
1998 NCAA Tournament ... made six straight 
free throws (both ends of one-and-one 
attempts) in the final 118 seconds to push 
Maryland past the Illini, 67-61, and into the 
"Sweet 16" for the third time in five years and 
the second time during his career ... enters his 
senior season with 90 blocks to rank seventh 
in school history ... enters his senior season 
with 404 free throws attempted which ranks 
him 13th in Maryland history ... has worked to 
develop himself into a serious inside threat 



and one of the top post players in the ACC and 
the nation ... "He's made amazing strides in 
terms of learning the game. As he plays more, 
he's going to get better. It still might be three 
or four years down the road before he reaches 
his full ability," said head coach Gary Williams 
during the 1997-98 season ... Ekezie is one of a 
select group of students enrolled in the 
QUEST (Quality Enhancement Systems and 
Teams) Program at Maryland ... the program 
QUEST is a joint business and engineering 
program focusing on skills training in team- 
work, problem solving, customer satisfaction 
and cross-functional communication ... the 
QUEST program offered him the unique 
opportunity of pursuing his dual interest in 
engineering and business ... Ekezie has com- 
pleted the QUEST program requirements and 
is now diligently working on the mechanical 
engineering requirements ... 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 
5'8" and his grandfather on his mother's side is 
6'9" ... patterns his game after Hakeem 
Olajuwon of the Houston Rockets ... depends 
on his footspeed for his quickness ... has a soc- 
cer background which has helped him develop 
his defensive skills. As a Junior: Honorable 
mention All-ACC selection ... averaged a 
career-high 12.8 points (third on the team) 
and a career-high 1.2 blocked shots (first on 
the team) per game ... credited with 51 assists 
— nearly double his freshman and sophomore 
seasons combined total of 32 ... blocked a sin- 
gle-season career-high 37 shots and earned his 
single-season career high of six against Wake 



All Games 


Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Prt. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


eik 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


32-32 


138-285- .484 


0-0- .000 


134-200- .670 


410-12.8 


75 


132 


207-6.5 


103-6 


51 


69 


37 


19 


895 


1996-97 


32-32 


115-209- .550 


0-0- .000 


92-144- .639 


322-10.1 


75 


137 


212-6.6 


106-4 


22 


80 


33 


23 


858 


1995-96 


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 


TOTALS 


94-82 


304-602- .505 


0-0- .000 


259-404.641 


867-9.2 


197 


333 


530-5.6 


287-13 


83 


188 


N 


SS 


2,216 


ACC Statistics 



































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OFF 


DEF 


TOT 














YEAR 


G-GS 


FG-FGA 


.PCT 


FG-FGA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


.pa 


PTS-AVG 


DEB 


REE 


REB-AVG 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


ELK 


STL 


MIN 


1997-98 


16-16 


63-147 


.429 


0-0 


.000 


82-118 


.695 


20813.0 


39 


63 


102-6.4 


57-4 


20 


38 


20 


9 


449 


1996-97 


16-16 


51-98 


.520 


0-0 


.000 


49-76 


.645 


151-9.4 


35 


64 


99-6.2 


57-3 


9 


39 


13 


7 


410 


1995-96 


16-12 


25-56 


.446 


00 


.000 


13-26 


.500 


63-3.9 


21 


27 


48-3.0 


40-1 


4 


13 


8 


6 


251 


TOTALS 


48-44 


139-301 


.462 


0-0 


.000 


144-220 


.655 


422-8.8 


95 


1S4 


249-5.2 


154-8 


33 


90 


41 


22 


1,110 



NCAA Tournament Statistics 



Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt3ptA-Prt. 


FT-FTA-Prt. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


3-3 


9-19 -.474 


0-0 -.000 


10-14- .714 


28-9.3 


5 


12 


17-5.7 


12-1 


2 


2 1 


1 


83 


1996-97 


1-1 


2-3 -.667 


0-0- .000 


3-4- .750 


7-7.0 


1 


5 


6-6.0 


2-0 


1 


3 1 





30 


1995-96 


1-1 


2-2-1.00 


0-0 -.000 


0-0- .000 


4-4.0 


2 


3 


5-5.0 


5-1 





2 


2 


19 


TOTALS 


5-5 


13-24 -.542 


0-0 -.000 


13-18.722 


39-7.8 


8 


20 


28-5.6 


19-2 


3 


7 2 


3 


132 



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1998 World 


Championships in Athens, Greece 




















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Team 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OReb 


DReb Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst TO Blk 


Stl 


Min 


O 


Spain 


1-1 


5-10 -.500 


0-0 -.000 


1-4 -.250 


11-11.0 


2 


3 5-5.0 


5-0 





3 





25 


CD 


Argentina 


i-i 


1-3- .333 


0-0- .000 


1-1 -.500 


3-3.0 


4 


4 8-8.0 


1-0 





2 





14 


\S* 


Australia 


1-1 


5-13- .380 


0-0 -.000 


2-2-1.00 


12-12.0 


10 


3 13-13.0 


2-0 


1 


1 





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m 


South Korea 


i-i 


8-15 -.533 


0-0- .000 


3-6 -.500 


19-19.0 


7 


8 15-15.0 


2-0 


3 


8 1 


4 


37 


TO 
1> 


Japan 


M 


3-3-1.00 


0-0- .000 


4-4-1.00 


10-10.0 


6 


2 8-8.0 


4-0 


2 


5 





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TOTALS 


5-5 


22-44 -.500 


0-0- .000 


11-17- .647 


55-11.0 


29 


20 49-9.8 


14-0 


6 


19 1 


4 


148 



Forest in Cole Field House ... his 134 free 
throws was a career-high and tied him for the 
13th most ever made in a single season by a 
Maryland player ... his 200 free-throw 
attempts was also a career-high and marked 
the second highest total by a Maryland junior 
and the tenth highest single-season total by a 
Maryland player ... jumped to the forefront of 
the national spotlight against Illinois in the 
second round of the NCAA Tournament as he 
was perfect on six free throws in the final two 
minutes of the Terps' victory ... first pair of 
free throws came with 1:58 remaining and 
gave the Terps a 59-56 lead ... in the ensuing 
1:23 Illinois outscored Maryland, 5-2, to tie 
the game at 61 ... Ekezie returned to the line 
with 0:35 remaining and, after an Illinois 
timeout, swished two consecutive attempts to 
score the game-winning points and put the 
Terps up, 63-61 ... was sent back to the free- 
throw line with 15.2 seconds remaining and 
was again perfect to close out the Illini, 65-61 
... said Ekezie: "I told mvself: 'vou aren't here, 




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Obinna. You're back at practice, you're in the 
gym, no one is around, just make these free 
throws' "... "The thing you have to know about 
Obinna is that he loves being in that position," 
said head coach Gary Williams after the game 
... hit a foul-line jumper with 3:15 remaining 
to return the Terps to the lead, 61-60 and after 
a Carolina basket, put Maryland back on top 
with a low post fadeaway jumper on which he 
was fouled ... he hit the bonus free throw with 
2:35 remaining to put the Terps ahead 66-62 ... 
was a key performer as the Terps recovered 
from an eight point second half deficit to win 
at Florida State on Feb. 7 ... re-entered the 
game with 7:34 remaining in the second half 
and the Seminoles ahead, 55-49 ... played the 
remainder of the way with four fouls as the 
Terps recovered to win, 68-62 ... scored his 
career high of 23 points against Duke in Cole 
Field House ... the 23 points was the game- 
high scoring total and came on five of nine 
shooting from the field and a career-high 13 
free throws made in 15 attempts ... was all- 
important as Maryland defeated Clemson at 
home with his vital contribution of 12 points 
and seven rebounds ... scored four points (all 
on free throws) in the final four minutes as the 
Terps rallied for the victory against the 23rd 
ranked Tigers ... scored the game-winning 
point as Maryland defeated then No. 2 Kansas 
in the first round of the Franklin National 
Bank Classic at MCI Center ... was fouled by 
Jayhawk guard Ryan Robertson with 19.2 sec- 
onds remaining ... after missing the first of two 
free throws, he swished home the second to 
give Maryland an 84-81 lead. As a 
Sophomore: Averaged 10.1 points and 6.6 
rebounds as Maryland's starting center ... a 
starter in all 32 games ...his 10.1 points-per- 
game average ranked fourth on the team, his 
6.6 rebounds per game average ranked second 
on the team and ninth in the ACC and his 1.0 
blocked shots per game average led the Terps 
and ranked tenth in the conference ... his 33 
blocked shots was the sixth best ever total by a 
Maryland sophomore ... his 23 steals was the 
13th best single-season total by a Terp sopho- 
more ... Maryland was 1-3 in games that he 
fouled out and 11-4 in games when he com- 
mitted three fouls or less ... a career-high four 
double/doubles with back-to-back efforts 
coming against Florida State (Feb. 13) and 
Massachusetts (Feb. 15) ... averaged 13.0 
points and 10.5 rebounds as the Terps defeat- 
ed the Seminoles in Cole Field House and 
traveled to play the Minutemen in Worcester, 
Mass. ... played maybe his best game of his 
sophomore season and possibly of his colle- 
giate career as the Terps defeated Clemson in 
the first round of the ACC Tournament ... he 
led four Maryland players with 20 points (one 
below his career-best) and dominated the 
paint with 10 rebounds ... Ekezie's inside dom- 
inance set an early tone for the Terps to recov- 
er from an early 1 1 -2 deficit and take a first- 
half lead that it did not relinquish ... played a 



SIGNATURE GAMES 



Ekezie helped propel Maryland into 
the "Sweet 16" of the 1998 NCAA 
Tournament as he was perfect on six 
free throw attempts in the final two 
minutes of play as the Terps defeated 
Illinois, 67-61, March 14,1998. Ekezie 
was perfect on three consecutive one- 
and-one free throw situations — the 
first pair coming with 1 :58 remaining, 
the second with 0:35 remaining, the 
third with 15.2 seconds remaining. 
The second pair of free throws made 
came just after Illinois had tied the 
game at 61 and proved to be the 
game-winning points. 



non-overtime game season high of 38 total 
minutes and shot six-of-ten from the field ver- 
sus the Tigers ... opened the season with a 
flourish as he scored a then career-high of 19 
points versus Howard on Nov. 26 with 10 
points in the second half ... tied that career- 
high with a team-best 19 versus American on 
Dec. 21 ... tied a school record as he shot 100 
percent (eight-for-eight) versus American ... 
he tied, among others, Terp head coach Gary 
Williams ... grabbed 10 rebounds versus 
Chicago State in Cole Field House on Dec. 2 ... 
played well in helping the Terps to the cham- 
pionship of the Franklin National 
Bank/Children's Charities Classic with aver- 
ages of 10.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game 
... a career-high 12 rebounds came versus 
Georgia in the championship game of the 
Rainbow Classic ... a career-high tying five 
offensive rebounds in a career-high 40 min- 
utes of playing time versus the Bulldogs ... a 
career-high 21 points in the Terps' amazing 
comeback victory, 85-75, at North Carolina on 




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CAREER HIGHS 


PTS 


23 


vs. Duke (1-3-98) 


FGM 


8 


vs. Howard (11-26-96) 




8 


vs. American (12-21-96) 




8 


vs. Florida International (1 1-25-97) 


FGA 


17 


vs.Virginia (2-1-98) 


FG% 


1.00 


vs. nine teams (last vs. 
American, 12-21 -96) (8-8) 


3FGM 







3FGA 







3FG% 


.000 




FTM 


13 


vs. Duke (1-3-98) 


FTA 


16 


at North Carolina (1-8-97) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. 1 1 teams (last vs. 
Illinois, 3-14-98) 


OR 


6 


vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 


DR 


8 


vs.four teams (last vs. 
North Carolina, 3-7-98) 


REBS 


12 


vs. Georgia (12-30-96) 


AST 


4 


vs.Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 
vs.Georgia Tech (3-6-98) 


BLK 


6 


vs. Wake Forest (2-19-98) 


STL 


4 


vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 


MIN 


40 


vs.Georgia (12-30-96) 



TOP 10 SCORING GAMES 


23 


vs. Duke, Jan. 3, 1998 


21 


vs. North Carolina, Jan. 8, 1997 


20 


vs. Missouri, Dec. 30, 1997 


20 


vs. Clemson, March 7, 1997 


19 


vs. Howard, Nov. 26, 1996 


19 


vs.American,Dec.21,1996 


18 


vs. Florida State, Feb. 7, 1998 


18 


vs. Florida International, Nov. 25, 1997 


18 


vs. Florida State, Jan. 29,1997 


17 


vs. Utah State, March 12, 1998 


17 


vs. Georgia Tech, Feb.21, 1998 


17 


vs. Mt. St. Mary's, Nov. 22, 1997 




Jan. 8 ... the Terps' 22-point comeback was the 
largest in school history and second-largest in 
the annals of the ACC ... Maryland trailed 66- 
44 with just over 14 minutes to play in regula- 
tion but outscored the Tar Heels, 41-9, over 
the remainder of the contest ... shot six-of- 
eight from the field and sank nine free throws 
to lead all scorers ... 1 1 points and four 
rebounds in the first half and 10 points and 
four rebounds in the second half versus North 
Carolina ... scored nine points in the come- 
back while committing only two fouls and 
played all but 11 seconds of the final 14:24 of 
the game ... enjoyed a 
career-best four game 
stretch in Feb. as he 
scored in double fig- 
ures in four consecu- 
tive games — Florida 
State (15 points, 11 
rebounds), at Mass- 
achusetts ( 1 1 points, 
10 rebounds), at 
Georgia Tech (10 
points, five rebounds) 
and the home finale 
versus North Carolina 
(14 points and seven 
rebounds) ... averaged 
12.5 points and 8.3 
rebounds during the 
span to help keep 
Maryland in the 
upper echelon of the 
ACC race. As a 
Freshman: An hon- 
orable mention All- 
ACC Freshman Team 
selection as he played 
in all 30 Terp games 
while starting 18 ... 
scored in double fig- 
ures twice — 16 ver- 
sus Delaware State 
and 12 versus NC 



Obinna Ekezie with Director of Athletics Deborah A. Yow. 



State, in back-to-back games ... performed 
very well versus the top centers in the ACC 
and the nation ... may have been at his best as 
he limited Todd Fuller, NC State's unanimous 
first team All-ACC selection, to eight points 
(14 below his season average) on Ian. 20, 1996 
... his 20 blocked shots is the sixth best single- 
season effort by a Maryland freshman ... aver- 
aged 14 points, nine rebounds and 3.5 
blocked shots during the two-game stretch ... 
grabbed a career high 1 1 rebounds versus No. 
18 Clemson on Jan. 24 ... his three-game total 
of 29 rebounds — Delaware State (Jan. 17) , 
NC State (Jan. 20) and Clemson (Jan. 24) — 
gave him a per-game average of 9.7, the high- 
est three-game average during his inaugural 
season ... grabbed seven or more rebounds in 
eight different games ... gained his first colle- 
giate start in only his sixth career game, versus 
UCLA in the Wooden Classic ... played well 
versus 1996 NCAA national champion 
Kentucky in the Terps' season opener, scoring 
six points with four rebounds and two 
blocked shots in 20 minutes of play ... blocked 
a season-high four shots versus NC State on 
Jan. 20 ... blocked three or more shots three 
times, three versus American, three versus 
Delaware State and four versus NC State ... 
had multiple blocked shots in four outings ... 
a season-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 season-high six free throws versus 
Delaware State and four versus NC 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 I recruiters with his size, 
strength and rebounding skills ... made his 
Cole Field House debut in the 1995 Capital 
Classic as a member of the U.S. All-Star Team 
... scored four points and grabbed six 
rebounds in only 12 minutes of play ... was 
among the game leaders in rebounds per 
minute ... showed his soft shooting touch dur- 
ing 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 pep- 
pered 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 1 1 
points, five rebounds and two blocked shots 
in the championship game. Personal: Born 
Aug. 22, 1975 ... full name is Obinna Ralph 
Ekezie ... is the third oldest in a family of six 
children ... two older sisters, Chika and Sylvia, 
attend Maryland ... major is mechanical engi- 
neering. 



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Obinna Ekezie's 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 



Game S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


South Carolina 


2-6 


0-0 


0-4 


5 


0-4 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


3-8 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


2-8 


Mt. St. Mary's 


6-9 


0-0 


5-10 


17 


3-7 


Florida International 


8-11 


0-0 


2-4 


18 


5-8 


Clemson 


2-4 


0-0 


3-7 


7 


3-10 


Kansas 


5-9 


0-0 


6-12 


16 


1-9 


Geo. Washington 


5-8 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


4-10 


UMBC 


4-6 


0-0 


2-4 


10 


3-7 


UNC-Asheville 


6-8 


0-0 


3-4 


15 


1-2 


UNCWilmington 


5-8 


0-0 


4-5 


14 


4-7 


Missouri 


6-12 


04 


8-11 


20 


2-7 


Duke 


5-9 


0-0 


13-15 


23 


2-5 


Florida State 


5-13 


0-0 


8-10 


18 


6-11 


NC State 


1-4 


0-0 


4-4 


6 


0-3 


N.Carolina 


7-10 


0-0 


2-2 


16 


1-4 


Wake Forest 


3-8 


0-0 


5-12 


11 


5-7 


Georgia Tech 


4-11 


0-0 


2-3 


10 


2-5 


Clemson 


2-10 


0-0 


8-12 


12 


0-7 


Duke 


3-10 


0-0 


3-5 


9 


2-5 


Virginia 


7-17 


0-0 


1-1 


15 


0-2 


Florida State 


2-8 


0-0 


7-10 


11 


4-9 


NC State 


5-7 


0-0 


5-7 


15 


3-6 


N.Carolina 


2-11 


0-0 


9-10 


13 


4-11 


Wake Forest 


3-9 


0-0 


7-10 


13 


5-8 


Georgia Tech 


7-9 


0-0 


3-7 


17 


1-3 


Virginia 


5-7 


0-0 


2-3 


12 


1-6 


Temple 


3-10 


0-0 


2-4 


8 


3-6 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


7-12 


0-0 


2-2 


16 


2-4 


N.Carolina (ACQ 


6-12 


0-0 


1-2 


13 


1-9 


Utah State (NCAA) 


7-9 


0-0 


3-5 


17 


1-7 


Illinois {NCAA) 


1-5 


0-0 


6-6 


8 


2-7 


Arizona (NCAA) 


1-5 


0-0 


1-3 


3 


2-3 



F Ast 



Obinna Ekezie's 1995-96 Game by Game Statistics 



O Blk Stl 


Min 


Game S 


FG-FGA 


3pt 3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR P 


F Ast 


ro Blk Stl 


Min 


5 1 




26 


Kentucky 


2-7 


0-0 


2-5 


6 


1-4 3 


1 


1 2 


1 


20 


3 2 




25 


Towson State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 c 





2 





5 







27 


Massachusetts 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 1 





1 





4 


4 




25 


Geo. Washington 


3-3 


0-0 


2-2 


8 


2-2 ] 





3 





16 


S 1 




31 


Howard 


3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-6 i 





1 





15 


3 1 




32 


UCLA 5 


0-6 


0-0 


3-6 


3 


5-9 ! 





1 1 


1 


20 


4 1 




35 


Rider 


1-4 


0-0 


2-5 


4 


3-8 1 





4 1 





20 


3 2 




17 


American 


2-2 


0-0 


3-5 


7 


0-7 





2 3 





12 







24 


Md. Eastern Sh. 


3-5 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-7 





1 1 





17 


1 





24 


Ga.Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 





0-1 











3 


4 1 


1 


35 


N.Carolina 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-4 ' 











16 


2 





28 


Wake Forest 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 











6 


4 1 


4 


29 


Del. State ! 


5-8 


0-0 


6-9 


16 


5-9 


2 


3 




24 


1 





36 


NC State ! 


4-13 


0-0 


4-6 


12 


5-9 





4 




27 


5 





22 


Clemson 


2-3 


0-0 


2-3 


6 


3-11 


3 


5 




31 


3 2 





28 


Duke 


2-8 


0-0 


0-2 


4 


2-2 





1 




16 


1 





18 


Virginia 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 





1 




13 


2 2 





33 


Georgia Tech 


2-7 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1-1 


1 


1 




19 


2 





24 


N.Carolina 


3-4 


0-0 


0-1 


6 


1-2 





1 





16 


1 





33 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 











9 


2 3 


1 


29 


Wake Forest 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


4-7 





2 





25 


1 2 


1 


32 


Missouri 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-2 


1 


4 





14 


3 


2 


36 


NC State 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 





1 





9 


4 6 





29 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 











12 


4 





16 


Duke 


1-1 


0-0 


4-8 


6 


2-5 





1 


1 


16 


1 





25 


Virginia 


4-5 


0-0 


1-1 


9 


1-2 





1 1 





19 


1 2 





23 


Florida State 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-0 





1 1 





14 


1 1 





32 


DukelACC) 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


24 


1 


3 1 





13 


4 


1 


38 


Georgia Tech (ACCI 


1-2 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 


13 


1 1 





25 


Santa Clara (NCAA) 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-5 





2 


2 


19 





1 


35 






















1 





23 























Obinna Ekezie's 1996-97 Game by Game Statistics 



Game ! 


FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


Howard ! 


8-10 


0-0 


3-4 


19 


3-7 


Towson State 


4-9 


0-0 


7-10 


15 


5-7 


Chicago State ! 


2-6 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


3-10 


UMBC 


1-3 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


0-3 


California 


3-3 


0-0 


4-6 


10 


0-7 


Geo.Washington 


5-8 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


2-6 


Georgia Tech 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3-6 


American 


8-8 


0-0 


3-6 


19 


1-3 


Lafayette 


0-6 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


3-5 


Pittsburgh 


4-9 


0-0 


1-4 


9 


1-3 


Hawaii 


3-4 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


3-9 


Georgia 


4-9 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


5-12 


Virginia 


3-5 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


4-10 


N. Carolina 


6-8 


0-0 


9-10 


21 


5-8 


NC State 


7-8 


0-0 


0-0 


14 


2-4 


Clemson 


1-4 


0-0 


3-4 


5 


2-4 


Wake Forest 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


0-5 


Penn 


5-7 


0-0 


5-6 


15 


5-8 


Duke 


4-9 


0-0 


1-2 


9 


1-6 


Florida State 


5-14 


0-0 


8-10 


18 


4-11 


Wake Forest 


3-4 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


2-2 


NC State 


3-4 


0-0 


5-9 


11 


0-6 


Clemson 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


Florida State 


5-11 


0-0 


5-8 


15 


3-11 


Massachusetts 


4-10 


0-0 


3-5 


11 


3-10 


Georgia Tech 


> 4-9 


0-0 


2-2 


10 


2-5 


N.Carolina 


i 5-7 


0-0 


4-4 


14 


2-7 


Duke 


> 1-5 


0-0 


2-4 


4 


3-7 


Virginia 


s 1-3 


0-0 


3-5 


5 


1-4 


Clemson (ACQ 


! 6-10 


0-0 


8-12 


20 


3-10 


NC State (ACC) 


i 5-6 


0-0 


2-3 


12 


2-7 


Charleston (NCAA) 


5 2-3 


0-0 


3-4 


7 


1-6 



F Ast 

1 
1 

1 




O Blk Stl 


Min 


3 1 


1 


24 


2 1 


1 


25 


1 2 


1 


24 


2 1 

1 1 



1 


25 
26 


2 





22 


4 





27 


1 





20 


3 3 


3 


31 


1 


1 


24 


3 


3 


30 


4 1 


2 


40 


1 





26 


4 





36 


4 2 


1 


30 


1 1 





22 


1 1 
4 1 
3 3 



1 
1 


24 
27 
34 


2 2 


1 


29 



3 1 




1 


15 
27 


4 





12 


2 
5 1 


1 
1 


30 
33 


1 





21 


3 2 


2 


33 


5 





25 


1 1 





19 


3 3 

4 3 




1 


38 
29 


3 1 





30 




29 



SENIOR -Ht. 6-5 -Wt. 202 1 




Laron Profit 


1 







30 



3 



Guard 
Forward 




high school: 

Caesar Rodney, Dover, Del. (Jeff Savage) 

birthdate: 

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

ON PROFIT: An All-America candidate as one 
of the nation's most athletically gifted players 
... honorable mention All-America selection as 
a junior ... third team All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference selection as a sophomore and 
junior ... an honorable mention All-ACC 
Freshman team selection in 1995 ... enters his 
senior season ranked third all-time at 
Maryland with 184 career steals ... his 87 steals 
during his junior season ranked as the second- 
best single season total in school history, fol- 
lowing only Johnny Rhodes' 110 steals during 
the 1995-96 season ... became only the 32nd 
player in school history to reach the 1,000 
career-point plateau during his junior season 
and enters his senior season with 1,072 points 
— the 28th highest total in school history ... 
ranks seventh in school history with 249 3- 
point shots attempted and eighth in school his- 
tory with 81 career 3-point shots made ... his 
59 career blocked shots rank him 16th in 
school history entering his senior season ... 
invited to the United States Men's National 
Team camp during the summer of 1996 ... 
marked the second time during his career that 
he has competed on the national or interna- 
tional level ... was the leading scorer on the 



1996 United States team which competed in 
the 19th Annual William Jones Cup 
International Tournament in Taipei, Taiwan ... 
led the team in scoring with a 12.7 points per 
game average and was also the team leader with 
a 2.3 steals per game average ... the U.S. Team 
was coached by Wake Forest assistant coach 
Ernie Nestor and finished with an 8-2 record in 
the round-robin event ... Profit scored a team- 
high 127 points during the 10-game event ... 
scored an international personal best of 21 in 
an 89-67 U.S. victory over South Korea. As a 
Junior: Honorable mention All-America 
selection by the Associated Press ... third team 
All-ACC selection by the Atlantic Coast 
Sportswriters Association ... enjoyed his finest 
offensive season as he averaged a career-high 
15.8 points (first on the team) and 3.3 assists 
(third on the team) ... ranked among the team 
leaders with a career-high 2.7 steals (first on 
the team) and 5.2 rebounds (third on the 
team) ... became only the third player in school 
history to lead the Terps and the ACC in steals 
with his 2.7 per game average ... joined Dutch 
Morley (2.1 spg, 1980) and Johnny Rhodes (3.7 
spg, 1996; 2.6 spg, 1994 and 2.5 spg, 1995) as 
the only Terps to lead the conference in steals ... 
Profit's 2.7 spg average is tied for sixth-best sin- 
gle season in ACC history ... recorded career 
highs in field goals made (184, first on the 
team), field goals attempted (412, first on the 
team), 3-point field goals attempted (second 
on the team), free throws (104, third on the 
team), free throws attempted ( 147, third on the 
team), offensive rebounds (66, third on the 
team), assists (104, third on the team), blocked 
shots (36, second on the team), and steals (87, 
first on the team) ... scored his career-high of 
27 points as Maryland defeated Fairleigh 
Dickinson in Cole Field House on Nov. 18 ... 
scored the game-winning points in overtime as 
Maryland defeated then No. 1 North Carolina, 
89-83, in Cole Field House on Jan. 14 ... was 
perfect on two free throw attempts after being 
fouled by Vince Carter with 2:1 1 remaining in 
the overtime period to give Maryland an 84-82 



CO 

r^ TOTALS 



All Games 


Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


61k 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


32-32 


184-412-447 


34-117.291 


104-147-.707 


506-15.8 


66 


99 


165-5.2 


87-3 


104 


89 


36 


87 


1,008 


1996-97 


32-30 


160-337-.475 


35-99.354 


57-91.626 


412-12.9 


40 


131 


171-5.3 


70-3 


78 


87 


21 


57 


1,033 


199S-96 


27-0 


54-112.482 


12-33.364 


34-45.756 


154-5.7 


33 


41 


74-2.7 


42-0 


32 


56 


2 


40 


366 


TOTALS 


91-62 


398-861.462 


81-249.325 


195-283.689 


1,072-11.8 


139 


271 


410-4.5 


199-6 


214 


232 


59 


184 


2,407 


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 


1997-98 


16-16 


84-198.424 


11-53.208 


62-89.697 


241-15.1 


28 


46 


74-4.6 


44-1 


48 


42 


21 


48 


511 


1996-97 


16-16 


85-185.460 


16-49.327 


34-48-.708 


220-13.8 


24 


59 


83-5.2 


35-1 


35 


46 


11 


26 


533 


1995-96 


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 


TOTALS 


46-32 


197-438.450 


32-119.269 


110-1S7-.701 


536-11.7 


62 


120 


182-4.0 


101-2 


102 


117 


36 


94 


1,230 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 


























Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PFDQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


3-3 


17-45-.378 


2-9-.222 


4-7-.571 


40-13.3 


7 


12 


19-6.3 


9-0 


13 


9 


3 


2 


104 


1996-97 


1-0 


6-15-.405 


4-7-.571 


0-0-.000 


16-16.0 


4 





4-4.0 


4-1 


3 


3 





1 


34 


1995-96 


1-0 


4-9.444 


1-3-333 


0-0-.000 


9-9.0 


4 


3 


7-7.0 


3-0 


1 


2 


1 


2 


18 



lead ... scored six of Maryland's 13 overtime 
points to help lead the Terps to the monumen- 
tal victory ... scored 13 points, grabbed seven 
rebounds and was credited with six steals as 
Maryland defeated then No. 2 Kansas in the 
first round of the Franklin National Bank 
Classic at MCI Center in Washington, D.C. on 
Dec. 7 ... scored 11 of his 13 points and 
grabbed five of his six steals in leading 
Maryland to its momentum-grabbing 54-41 
halftime lead ... scored the game-winning bas- 
ket against Utah State in the first round of the 
NCAA Tournament ... it was his dunk with 
6:39 remaining in the first half which gave the 
Terps a 30-28 lead which they did not relin- 
quish ... scored his first NCAA Tournament 
double/double with 19 points and 10 rebounds 
against Arizona in the West Region semifinals 
... scored 19 points against Georgia Tech in the 
semifinals and averaged 15.0 points in two 
games of the 1998 ACC Tournament ... scored 
a team-high 21 points as Maryland defeated 
Temple in Baltimore ... averaged 25.5 points in 
two games against Wake Forest with a 25-point 
performance in Winston-Salem and a 26-point 
outing in College Park ... his 26 points against 
Wake in Winston ranks as his top scoring effort 
on an opponent's home court ... was instru- 
mental in leading Maryland to its 68-62 victo- 



719.368 



4-7.571 



15 30-6.0 



17 14 



5 156 




30 



• 









ry at Florida State on Feb. 7 ... tied for team- 
high honors with 16 points but none more 
important during the game than his scoring 
the game-winning points on a slam dunk with 
3:43 remaining which gave the Terps a 59-57 
lead ... Profit stepped into a passing lane to 
grab one of his two steals on the day, went the 
length of the court, and threw down a vicious 
right-handed dunk to put the Terps ahead for 
good ... opened the season at the Black 
Coaches Association Classic against then No. 5 
South Carolina on Nov. 14 with a then career- 
high tying 24 points and gave himself an early 
Christmas present with 23 points against 
UNC-Asheville on Dec. 22 ... scored 10 of 
Maryland's first 14 points in the first 6:38 at 
home against NC State to stake the Terps to an 
early lead and the 78-63 victory at home on 
Feb. 1 1 ... dished out a career-high eight assists 
against the Wolfpack in that victory ... career- 
high three double/doubles with 24 points/10 
rebounds against South Carolina, 14 points/10 
rebounds at Missouri and 19 points/10 
rebounds against Arizona in the NCAA 
Tournament on March 19 ... stretch of 72 
points against South Carolina (24 pts.), 
Fairleigh Dickinson (27 pts.) and Mt. St. 
Mary's (21 pts.) for a 24 points per game aver- 
age is his best career three-game string. As a 
Sophomore: A third team All-ACC selection 
... averaged 12.9 points (second on the team) 
and a career-high 5.3 rebounds (fourth on the 
team) while shooting 47.5 percent from the 
field (third on the team) ... was one of only five 
sophomores named to one of the first three 
All-ACC teams in 1996-97 ... only the ninth 
sophomore in Maryland history to earn All- 
ACC honors on either the first, second or third 
team ... joins the likes of Joe Smith, Buck 
Williams, John Lucas, Len Elmore and Tom 
McMillen as Maryland players to have been so 
honored ... of the eight previous Maryland 
sophomores who earned All-ACC mention, 
six have been first-round NBA selections with 
two (Smith and Lucas) earning the distinction 
of being the first overall pick in the draft ... hit 
one of the biggest shots in the history of 
Maryland basketball, a buzzer-beating 3- 
pointer, to propel the Terps past then No. 2 
and undefeated Wake Forest, 54-51, on Jan. 19 
... Profit took a pass from former Terp All- 
American Keith Booth and drilled the winning 
shot from just in front of the Maryland bench 
... Profit's heroics came as National Player of 
the Year Tim Duncan and the Wake defense 
converged on Booth in the lane ... Booth had 
his drive to the basket cut off by the Deacons' 
Ricky Peral as the clock ticked to about four 
seconds and the senior then passed the ball to 
Profit on the right wing ... Profit then nailed 
the basket as the red light came on and the 
buzzer went off ... "That's what it's all about. 
This team has tremendous character. The guys 
on this team have hearts as big as any. Guys on 
this team don't care about credit or glory, but 
who gets the win in the end," Profit would say 



SIGNATURE GAME 



Profit scored a game-high tying 24 
points and grabbed a game-high 10 
rebounds against South Carolina on 
Nov. 14, 1997. Profit tied his career- 
high for 3-point shots made with four 
and attempted with 10. He gave 
Maryland a 20-9 lead as he hit a shot 
from beyond half-court as the first 
quarter buzzer sounded — a shot 
later deemed the play-of-the-day by 
CNN/SI. 



in the locker room after the shot and the vic- 
tory ... Maryland jumped to the No. 7 ranking 
in the nation in the Associated Press Poll 
which was released the day after the victory ... 
was instrumental in helping the Terps recover 
from a 22-point deficit to shock North 
Carolina, 85-75, in Chapel Hill on Ian. 8 ... 
scored 11 points, including the go-ahead bas- 
ket, grabbed four rebounds, blocked a shot 
and made an important steal in the final 6:41 
of the game to lead Maryland to its largest sec- 
ond-half comeback in school history ... Profit's 
statistics in the final part of the game were 
magnified by the fact that he missed his first 
seven shots of the game and was relegated to 
the bench for most of the second half by head 
coach Gary Williams ... Maryland trailed 68- 
67 when Profit re-entered the contest and 
what ensued was maybe his best stretch of bas- 
ketball during his entire sophomore season ... 
a minute after re-entering, he dove on the 
floor for a steal, dribbled down the court and 
made a leaning finger-roll to give the Terps a 




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69-68 lead ... after a North Carolina miss, he 
nailed a three-pointer from the baseline to put 
the Terps up 72-68 ... with Maryland leading, 
79-75, Profit made a lay-up, blocked a shot 
and made two free throws ... "I stopped think- 
ing about what was going on with me person- 
ally. I tried to block out the crowd and the 
atmosphere. I just tried to play basketball," he 
would say after the historic victory ... 
Maryland outscored North Carolina, 41-9, 
over the final 13:59 to gain the victory ... 
named to the all-tournament team at the 
Franklin National Bank Classic as he averaged 
14.0 points, five rebounds, three assists and 1.5 
blocks per game as the Terps convincingly 
defeated California on Dec. 8 and then No. 25 
George Washington on Dec. 9 ... scored a 
career-high 24 points against California in the 
first round ... opened the ACC schedule on 
fire as he hit seven-of-eight shots from the 
field to score 18 points as the Terps defeated 
Georgia Tech, 77-63, on Dec. 12 ... an 11-game 
stretch of double-figure scoring began against 
Georgia Tech and ran through the Terps' vic- 
tory over Wake Forest on Jan. 19 ... led the 
team in scoring with 16 points as the Terps 
defeated Duke in Cole Field House, 74-70, on 
Jan 26 ... scored the game-tying and game- 
winning baskets in spectacular fashion ... took 
an alley-oop pass from guard Sarunas 
Jasikevicius and dunked to tie the game at 66 
... less than one minute later Profit skied for a 
Jasikevicius pass that seemed to be thrown too 
high for the athletic forward to get to ... in a 
play resembling Grant Hill of Duke against 
Kansas in the 1991 NCAA Championship 
game, Profit soared over the Blue Devils' 
Carmen Wallace and with one hand dunked 
the ball to give Maryland a 68-66 lead and sent 
the Cole faithful into a frenzy ... following the 
Terps' victory over Duke, Maryland rose to 
No. 5 in the AP Poll ... scored 20 points as the 
Terps defeated NC State, Feb. 5, in College 
Park and 21 against UMass as Maryland trav- 
eled to Worcester to play the Minutemen on 
Feb. 15 ... on fire against the College of 
Charleston in the first half of Maryland's 
NCAA Tournament game ... scored a team- 
high 14 first-half points on five-of-eight 
shooting from the field including four-of-six 
from beyond the three-point line. 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 was the best scoring 
average among the Terp freshmen 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 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 
against NCAA Tournament participant 
George Washington on Dec. 3 with a 10-point, 
six-rebound, three-assist performance against 



the Colonials in the second round of the 
Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities 
Classic ... played an early season high of 19 
minutes in only his third collegiate game 
against the Colonials ... grabbed a season-high 
10 rebounds against Delaware State to go 
along with nine points, five assists and four 
steals ... demonstrated the ability to handle the 
ball and direct the offense during an impor- 
tant three-game stretch, Feb. 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 
Feb. 3 ... played big against No. 8 Wake Forest 
on Feb. 15 as he hit double-figure scoring for 
the first time in his ACC career with 10 points 
and also dished out four assists ... was on fire 
in the regular season finale against Florida 
State on March 4 with a season-high 22 points 
and five rebounds ... shot a torrid eight-of- 
nine from the field (88.9 percent), was a per- 
fect 2-2 (1.00 percent) from three-point range 
and a stellar four-of-five (80.0 percent) from 
the free throw line ... played like anything but 
a freshman in his first ACC Tournament game 
against Duke with a team high 19 points, four 
steals and a season-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 percent) from the floor and again a per- 
fect four-of-four (1.00 percent) from the 3- 
point arc ... the 19-point performance is sur- 
passed 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 ... had nine points and 
seven rebounds against Santa Clara in his first 
NCAA Tournament game. 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 All-Star game fol- 
lowing his senior season ... considered to be a 
Top 50 national prospect following his senior 
season, he signed on the first day of the fall 
signing period 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 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 minutes of 
play ... hit on 5-of-ll field goals and was sec- 
ond 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 as a senior ... a 
two-time All-Henlopen Conference selection, 
his junior and senior years ... moved from 



CAREER HIGHS 


PTS 


27 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (1 1-18-97) 


FGM 


12 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 


FGA 


22 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 
at Wake Forest (1-17-98) 


FG% 


1.00 


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


3FGM 


4 


vs. South Carolina (11-14-97) 

vs. Duke (3-8-96) 

vs. California (12-8-96) 

vs. College of Charleston (3-13-97) 


3FGA 


10 


vs. South Carolina (11-14-97) 


3FG% 


1.00 


vs. six teams (last vs. 
UNC-Asheville, 12-22-97) 


FTM 


9 


vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 


FTA 


10 


vs. Duke (1-3-98) 

vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-21-98) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. 14 teams (last vs. 
Utah State, 3-1 2-98) 


OR 


7 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 


DR 


11 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-96) 


REBS 


12 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-97) 


AST 


8 


vs. NC State (2-1 1-98) 


BLK 


4 


vs. Florida State (2-13-97) 


STL 


8 


vs. NC State (2-1 1-98) 


MIN 


42 


vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 



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 averag- 
ing 25.8 points per game, 8.9 rebounds and 4.6 
assists ... also blocked 60 shots and was credit- 
ed with 80 steals during the season ... first 
played in Cole Field House during the Charlie 
Webber AAU Tournament in September of his 
senior season ...an honor student who took 
college and advanced courses throughout his 
prep career and scored 1,010 on his first try at 
the SAT ... often likened to former Terp Ail- 
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 Aug. 5, 1977 ... full 
name is Bronta Laron Profit ... is well traveled, 
having grown up following his mother and 
step-father to Air Force bases in Albuquerque, 
N.M., Dover, Del, and Panama... major is 
criminal justice. 



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aron Profit's 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 


Game 


> FG-FGA 


3pt 3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


South Carolina 


9-19 


4-10 


2-2 


24 


4-10 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


12-22 


1-5 


2-3 


27 


7-11 


Mt. St. Mary's 


8-10 


2-4 


3-3 


21 


1-6 


Florida International 


6-10 


0-3 


3-5 


15 


1-3 


Clemson 


4-12 


0-5 


2-4 


10 


1-4 


Kansas 


4-15 


1-5 


4-8 


13 


4-7 


Geo. Washington 


5-15 


0-3 


5-6 


15 


3-8 


UMBC 


7-9 


2-3 


2-3 


18 


2-3 


UNC-Asheville 


9-12 


3-3 


2-2 


23 


0-3 


UNC-Wilmington 


1-5 


0-0 


2-3 


4 


2-4 


Missouri 


5-13 


1-3 


3-5 


14 


4-10 


Duke 


0-7 


0-2 


7-10 


7 


2-4 


Florida State 


3-12 


0-3 


9-10 


15 


1-7 


NC State 


8-13 


0-1 


1-2 


17 


0-3 


N.Carolina 


6-15 


1-4 


6-6 


19 


2-6 


Wake Forest 


10-22 


1-6 


4-8 


25 


4-7 


Georgia Tech 


3-13 


0-2 


2-4 


8 


2-7 


Clemson 


5-10 


0-3 


6-8 


16 


1-3 


Duke 


2-6 


0-1 


3-4 


7 


0-3 


Virginia 


4-6 


2-3 


2-2 


12 


0-2 


Florida State 


7-14 


1-3 


1-2 


16 


3-5 


NC State 


6-9 


1-4 


3-6 


16 


2-3 


N.Carolina 


6-15 


1-3 


2-3 


15 


3-4 


Wake Forest 


11-20 


3-7 


1-4 


26 


1-4 


Georgia Tech 


5-15 


0-3 


9-10 


19 


5-8 


Virginia 


4-9 


1-3 


4-6 


13 


1-4 


Temple 


6-10 


3-6 


6-6 


21 


1-3 


Georgia Tech (ACQ 


7-17 


3-5 


2-3 


19 


1-3 


N.Carolina (ACQ 


4-12 


1-5 


2-2 


11 


1-1 


Utah State (NCAA) 


5-12 


0-2 


2-2 


12 


1-5 


Illinois (NCAA) 


4-12 


0-2 


1-2 


9 


1-4 


Arizona 


(NCAA) 


8-21 


2-5 


1-3 


19 


5-10 



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TO Blk s 

2 



1 Min 


Game 


31 


Kentucky 


35 


Towson State 


27 


Geo. Washington 


26 


Howard 


32 


UCLA 


34 


Rider 


35 


American 


24 


Md. Eastern Sh. 


20 


Georgia Tech 


28 


Wake Forest 


37 


Delaware St. 


30 


NC State 


33 


Duke 


35 


Virginia 


42 


Georgia Tech 


33 


N.Carolina 


34 


Florida State 


30 


Wake Forest 


31 


Missouri 


26 


NC State 


31 


Clemson 


26 


Duke 


35 


Virginia 


34 


Florida State 


32 


Duke (ACQ 


27 


Georgia Tech (ACQ 


34 


Santa Clara (NCAA) 


33 




29 




34 




36 




34 





Game S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


PF As 


Howard 


6-11 


24 


0-0 


14 


0-4 


1 2 


Towson State 


3-6 


0-1 


0-1 


6 


1-4 


3 1 


Chicago State 


5-12 


04 


3-6 


13 


1-12 


2 3 


UMBC 


5-10 


0-2 


3-4 


13 


14 


3 6 


California 


10-14 


4-5 


0-0 


24 


0-5 


2 3 


Geo. Washington 


2-6 


0-2 


0-0 


4 


1-5 


5 3 


Georgia Tech 


7-6 


2-3 


2-3 


18 


0-2 


3 4 


American 


5-12 


1-3 


2-2 


13 


0-6 


2 3 


Lafayette 


4-8 


3-5 


2-4 


13 


0-5 


5 


Pittsburgh 


4-8 


2-3 


34 


13 


0-5 


1 4 


Hawaii 


4-9 


0-2 


2-4 


10 


2-7 


1 1 


Georgia 


5-13 


0-2 


1-6 


11 


2-8 


5 


Virginia 


4-12 


0-2 


4-4 


12 


2-9 





N.Carolina 


3-10 


1-5 


6-8 


13 


0-4 


2 1 


NC State 


7-9 


0-0 


1-4 


15 


0-3 


4 1 


Clemson 


7-16 


0-5 


0-1 


14 


3-5 


2 2 


Wake Forest 


5-16 


1-2 


0-1 


11 


1-4 


2 


Penn 


1-4 


1-3 


1-2 


4 


0-1 


4 


Duke 


5-3 


1-4 


5-6 


16 


2-7 


3 


Florida State 


2-4 


1-2 


0-0 


5 


1-6 


2 3 


Wake Forest 


3-9 


1-3 


2-3 


9 


2-4 


5 2 


NC State 


8-13 


24 


2-3 


20 


1-3 


1 1 


Clemson 


6-12 


2-4 


2-0 


14 


1-6 


4 6 


Florida State 


6-13 


0-3 


2-4 


14 


4-8 


3 4 


Massachusetts 


8-12 


14 


4-6 


21 


1-5 


3 1 


Georgia Tech 


5-12 


0-1 


2-2 


12 


1-6 


2 4 


N.Carolina 


5-14 


1-3 


0-0 


11 


2-4 


1 1 


Duke 


3-10 


2-4 


4-4 


12 


3-9 


3 1 


Virginia 


9-14 


2-5 


4-5 


24 


1-3 


3 2 


Clemson (ACQ 


3-6 


0-2 


0-0 


6 


1-5 


1 


NC State (ACQ 


4-6 


1-1 


2-4 


11 


2-8 


2 4 


Charleston (NCAA) 


6-15 


4-7 


0-0 


16 


4-4 


3 3 



O Blk S 



1 


2 
2 
1 



2 
1 
1 

1 

1 


1 




4 




I Min 



Laron Profit's 1995-96 Game by Game Statistics 



S FG-FGA 3pt 3ptA FT-FTA PTS ORTR PF Ast TO Blk Stl 






0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


o-o 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


4-6 


1-2 


1-2 


10 


3-6 


0-2 


0-0 


3-4 


3 


0-1 


0-4 


0-1 


3-4 


3 


1-1 


2-4 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


3-5 


1-3 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2-2 


5-6 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


3-6 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


2-3 


0-2 


4-4 


9 


4-10 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 





0-0 


0-4 


0-1 


0-0 





1-3 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-1 


3-5 


0-2 


2-2 


9 


2-3 


2-4 


1-1 


0-0 


4 


0-0 


0-2 


0-2 


4-6 


4 


0-0 


4-10 


0-3 


2-2 


10 


3-3 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


5-8 


0-1 


0-1 


11 


0-0 


1-1 


1-0 


0-1 


2 


0-1 


2-2 


0-1 


0-0 


5 


0-2 


2-7 


1-3 


2-3 


6 


2-4 


8-9 


2-5 


4-5 


22 


1-5 


5-7 


4-6 


5-6 


19 


0-3 


2-10 


0-3 


2-3 


6 


3-7 


4-9 


1-0 


0-0 


9 


4-7 



TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 











2 











1 










19 







3 


11 







2 


13 







1 


11 










8 







1 


14 










2 







1 


15 







2 


14 


1 
1 




1 



2 


2 

10 











9 


1 





4 


18 


1 








9 










13 




1 


6 


23 







2 


16 







2 


20 







1 


13 




1 
1 





12 
18 









22 






1 
1 




28 
25 
18 




Laron Profit with University President C. D. Mote, Jr. 



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SENIOR-Ht.6-0-Wt.187 



Terrell Stokes 



30 

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Point 
Guard 



high school: 

Simon Grafa, Philadelphia, Pa. (Bill Ellerbee) 

birthdate: 

January 8, 1976 (Philadelphia, Pa.) 

ON STOKES: An All-ACC candidate as one of 
the top play-making guards in the ACC ... 
returns as Maryland's starting point guard for 
the third consecutive season ... enters his senior 
season with 377 assists which places him ninth 
all-time in school history ... also enters the 
1998-99 season with 123 career steals which 
ties him for eighth all-time at Maryland ... is 
one of only seven players in Maryland history 
to be ranked in the top 10 in career assists and 
career steals ... the single-game school record 
holder for assists with 14 against Towson 
University on Nov. 30, 1996 ... owns two of the 
top three single-game assist marks in school 
history ... in addition to his school record 14 he 
also recorded 12 assists against Missouri on 
Feb. 18, 1996 in Cole Field House ... ranks 10th 
all-time in school history with 60 career 3- 
point shots made ... his 164 3-point shot 
attempts ranks him ninth all-time at Maryland 
... said head coach Gary Williams of Stokes: 
"His value to our team is to run our offense, 
penetrate and play good defense. People are 
overly critical of Terrell because he doesn't 
score, but he's not asked to do that in our 
offense." ... honorable mention All-ACC 
Freshman Team selection despite averaging 



only 17 minutes per game and starting only 
four games during the 1995-96 season. As a 
Junior: Credited with a career-high and team- 
leading 149 total assists for a career-high and 
team-leading 4.7 assists per game ... his 149 
assists tied him for the 10th best single-season 
total in school history ... declared a salutatori- 
an among ACC point guards by Len Elmore in 
an article written for ACC Athlete magazine ... 
said Elmore: "Stokes is very good off the drib- 
ble, particularly in transition where — not 
coincidentally — the Terps excel. Stokes' abili- 
ty to pump up the tempo and execute in tran- 
sition contributes mightily and he does what it 
takes to make the Terrapins go." ... started 25 of 
32 games including 18 of the final 19 of the 
season ... his only non-start late in the season 
was on senior day when co-captain Matt 
Kovarik earned the starting honors ... averaged 
5.0 assists per game as a starter in 25 games ... 
was at his best in the NCAA and ACC tourna- 
ments ... averaged 7.3 points and 5.7 assists in 
three NCAA Tournament games and had 14 
assists and only two turnovers in two ACC 
Tournament games ... enjoyed his career-best 
assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.2:1 with 149 assists 
and only 67 turnovers ... marked the second 
time in his three-year career that he had an 
A:TO ratio better than 2:1 ... was at the top of 
his game in the NCAA Tournament second 
round with 10 points and seven assists as 
Maryland defeated Illinois, 67-6 1 , on March 14 
to advance to the "Sweet 16" for the second 
time in Stokes' career ... made what head coach 
Gary Williams characterized as "the biggest 
shot he's hit at Maryland," with 6:50 remaining 
in the second half of the Terps' game against 
the Mini ... Stokes canned a 3-pointer from just 
left of the top of the key to tie the game at 52 
only 16 seconds after Illinois' Kevin Turner had 
put the Illini up, 52-49 ... said Stokes: "If I've 
got the shot, I'll take it. I don't care if I've 
missed 10 in a row, I'll take it." ... continued his 
hot play in the West region semifinals against 
Arizona on March 19 with a personal NCAA 
Tournament best 1 1 points ... it was Stokes' 



All Games 


Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTA-Prt. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


32-25 


56-135.415 


24-70.343 


36-54.667 


172-5.4 


12 


70 


82-2.6 


72-1 


149 


67 


2 


40 


900 


1996-97 


32-31 


87-204.426 


31-83.373 


58-90-.644 


263-82 


12 


76 


88-2.8 


76-1 


143 


100 


10 


45 


1,067 


1995-96 


304 


31-66-.470 


5-11.455 


33-52.635 


100-3 3 


10 


30 


40-1.3 


74-1 


85 


40 


3 


38 


510 


TOTALS 


94-60 


174-405.430 


60-164.366 


127-196.648 


535-5.7 


34 


176 


210-2.2 


222-3 


377 


207 


15 


123 2,477 


ACC Statistics 




























Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT-FTAPct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PFDQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


16-13 


28-64.438 


10-32,313 


24-33-727 


90-5.6 


8 


33 


41-2.6 


37-1 


71 


39 


1 


21 


464 


1996-97 


16-16 


41-98.418 


11-36- .306 


2843-.651 


121-7.6 


7 


36 


43-2.7 


36-1 


64 


53 


5 


16 


552 


1995-96 


16-3 


17-37.459 


5-7-.714 


26-40.650 


654.1 


7 


16 


23-1.4 


43-1 


44 


24 


2 


20 


186 


TOTALS 


48-32 


86-199.432 


26-75.341 


78-116.672 


276-5.8 


22 


85 


107-2.2 


116-3 


179 


116 


8 


57 


1,202 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 


























Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FTFTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


3-3 


8-22-364 


5-15.333 


1-2-iOO 


22-7.3 


1 


10 


11-3.7 


8-0 


17 







2 


95 


1996-97 


1-0 


3-7.429 


1-3-.333 


0-0-.000 


7-7.0 





2 


2-2.0 


4-0 


5 







2 


33 


1995-96 


1-0 


0-0-.000 


0-0-.000 


0-1.000 


0-0.0 





1 


1-1.0 


4-0 


2 







1 


11 



backdoor lay-up on an assist by freshman 
Terence Morris that pulled Maryland to within 
one at 57-56 with 10:32 remaining ... was also 
extraordinary in the ACC Tournament against 
Georgia Tech and North Carolina with a 7:1 
assist-to-turnover ratio as he helped the Terps 
to the semifinals for the third time in his career 
... masterfully carved up the Yellow Jackets on 
March 6 for his ACC assist high of eight as the 
Terps won convincingly, 83-65, in the quarter- 
final round ... was flawless against North 
Carolina on March 7 in the semifinals as he 
dished out six assists and was not charged with 
a turnover ... recorded 15 assists and only one 
turnover in 101 minutes against North 
Carolina in three games during the season ... 
canned two of the biggest free throws of the 
season with 1.9 seconds remaining against 
Kansas as the Terps defeated the then No. 2 
ranked Jayhawks on Dec. 7 ... Stokes took an 
inbounds pass from Sarunas Jasikevicius from 
underneath the Kansas basket after Jayhawk 
All-American Raef LaFrentz scored on a put- 
back to pull UK within one at 84-83 ... Stokes 
was then pushed out of bounds by Kansas 
guard Ryan Robertson ... initially, the referee 
close to the play awarded the ball to the 
Jayhawks, but that call was overruled by the 
trailing official, who put Stokes on the line for 



TOTALS 



5-3 



11-29.379 



13 14-2.1 




34 



. 



- 



two shots ... Stokes canned both for the 86-83 
lead and the victory ... the victory was one of 
Gary Williams' biggest in his nine years at 
Maryland ... a season-high nine assists came 
against Fairleigh Dickinson on Nov. 18 ... was 
spectacular in the final 10 games of the season 
with 55 assists and only 20 turnovers for a 
2.8:1 A:TO ratio ... was fantastic in the second 
half of the season with 89 assists and only 38 
turnovers (2.3:1 A:TO) as compared to the 
first half of the season as he compiled 60 
assists and 29 turnovers (2.1:1 A:TO). As a 
Sophomore: Maryland's starting point guard 
who dished out a team-leading 143 assists ... 
his 4.5 assists per game ranked him tied for 
fourth in the ACC ... was credited with a 
career-high and single-game school record- 
setting 14 assists against Towson State on Nov. 
30 ... his 14 assists surpassed the former school 
record of 13 by Keith Gatlin against Virginia 
on Jan. 30, 1984 ... was playing only his second 
game as Maryland's lead guard against Towson 
State when he set the school record for assists 
in a single game ... gained his school-record 
14th assist with just over one minute remain- 
ing in the Terps' victory over the Tigers ... he 
fired an outlet pass to Sarunas Jasikevicius for 
a fast break basket and the school record ... his 
143 assists marked the 12th best-ever single 
season by a Maryland player and the third 
best-ever single season by a Maryland sopho- 
more ... ranked third on the team and tied for 
ninth in the ACC in steals with 45 for a 1.4 
steals per game average ... recorded at least one 
assist in all 32 games during his sophomore 
season ... at least six assists in five different 
games including seven in both games against 
nationally ranked and NCAA Tournament 
participant Clemson ... averaged 4.4 assists in 
15 games against teams who played in the 
NCAA Tournament ... recorded a career-high 
10 blocks which led the ACC by a player 6-0 or 
smaller ... finished fifth on the Terps in blocks 
and recorded a career-high two blocks against 
UMBC on Dec. 2 and at Wake Forest on Jan. 
19 ... a career-high six steals against Towson 
State on Nov. 30 and UMBC on Dec. 4 to tie 
him for eighth place on the Terps' all-time sin- 
gle-game steals list ... an NCAA Tournament 
career high of two steals against the College of 
Charleston ... scored a career-high 31 3-point 
shots and led the Terps in 3-point shooting 
percentage with a career-best 37.4 ... his 31 3- 
point shots made is tied for the fifth best-ever 
single-season total for a Maryland sophomore 
... played a career-high 1,067 minutes during 
the season, an average of 33.3 minutes per 
game ... his per-game average was second- 
most on the Terps and just under one per 
game less than team leader Keith Booth ... 
played more than twice as many total minutes 
and more than 16 minutes per game more 
than he did as a freshman ... a career-high 
tying 15 points to go along with seven assists 
as the Terps defeated Lafayette on Dec. 23 ... 
averaged 10.7 points and 3.8 assists in helping 



SIGNATURE GAME 



Stokes scored 10 points and had seven 
assists as Maryland defeated Illinois, 
67-61, on March 14, 1998 to move into 
the"Sweet16"oftheNCAA 
Tournament for the second time dur- 
ing his career. He scored what has 
been characterized by Gary Williams as 
"the biggest shot he's hit at Maryland" 
with 6:50 remaining in the second 
half. Stokes hit a 3-point shot from 
the top of the key to tie the game at 
52 only 16 seconds after Illinois had 
gone up 52-49 on a long 3-pointer. 



lead the Terps to the championship finals of 
the Rainbow Classic ... 14 points and five 
assists against host Hawaii in the semifinal vic- 
tory and a then-career high of 16 points and 
four assists against Georgia in the champi- 
onship game ... continued his hot hand with 
15 points and five assists as the Terps resumed 
their ACC schedule and defeated Virginia at 
home ... had 14 points and made seven-of- 
nine from the free-throw line against NC State 
in Raleigh ... scored a career-high 17 points 
and dished off four assists in 35 minutes of 
play as Maryland defeated Clemson, 76-61, to 
advance to the semifinals of the ACC 
Tournament for the third consecutive season. 
As a Freshman: An honorable mention All- 
ACC Freshman team selection ... was ranked 
third in the ACC 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 ... 




3» 
■< 




Terrell Stokes and Lynn Windsor of the Kinesiology 
Department. 

exhibited his extraordinary penchant for pass- 
ing the basketball as he had 12 assists against 
Missouri in a game televised nationally by 
ABC Sports on Feb. 18 ... the 12 assists nearly 
tied the school record for assists in a single 
game, 13 ... in finishing with a dozen assists, he 
became only one of four true freshmen to have 
12 or more assists in a single game ... started 
four games, including two against 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 ... handled the ball 
extremely well in Maryland's three postseason 
games, with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 



4.5:1 in 16 minutes per game as the Terps 
advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals 
for the second consecutive season and played 
in the NCAA Tournament for the third con- 
secutive year ... most memorable game may 
have come as Maryland defeated North 
Carolina in 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' victo- 
ry ... broke a 78-78 tie as he hit both ends of a 
two-shot foul after the Tar Heels had inten- 
tionally 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 per- 
centage." ... 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 ... quick- 
ly earned the respect of the Terp coaching staff 
and players and was rewarded during the 
Terps' first month of ACC competition. 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 sum- 
mer prior to his arrival in College Park ... aver- 
aged 13.8 points, 9.4 assists, 9.2 rebounds and 
5.8 steals as a senior in leading perennial pow- 
erhouse Simon Gratz to the Philadelphia City 
title game ... posted two quadruple-doubles as 
a senior ... posted two triple-doubles as a 
senior, establishing single-game career high 
marks of 29 points and 17 assists ... a stagger- 
ing quadruple-double of 29 points, 17 assists, 
14 rebounds and 11 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 
Public League championships ... Gratz fin- 
ished 31-0 and won the mythical national 
championship in 1992-93 ... the starting point 
guard for the U.S. All-Star team in 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 3-point shot attempt and two of two free 
throws for 1 1 points ... finished as the fourth- 
highest scorer on the team ... handed out a 
game-high six assists ... scored the game-win- 
ning basket for the U.S. All-Stars in the Capital 
Classic, joining Danny Manning, Dereck 
Whittenberg and lason Kidd as high school 
stars who had scored the game-winning basket 
in the Capital Classic ... in the overtime, he hit 
two free throws to give the U.S. All-Stars a 1 18- 
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. 



CAREER HIGHS 


PTS 


17 


vs. Clemson (3-7-97) 


FGM 


6 


vs. three teams (last vs. 
Clemson, 3-7-97) 


FGA 


14 


vs. Georgia (12-30-96) 
vs. Virginia (1-4-96) 


FG% 


1.00 


vs. six teams (last time vs. 
Mt. St. Mary's 11-22-97) 


3FGM 


3 


vs. Georgia (12-30-96) 

vs. Clemson (3-7-97) 

vs. Florida International (1 1-25-97) 

vs. Arizona (3-19-98) 


3FGA 


7 


vs. Illinois (3-14-98) 
vs. Arizona (3-1 9-98) 


3FG% 


1.00 


vs. eight teams (last vs. 
Virginia, 2-24-98) 


FTM 


8 


vs. George Washington (12-9-96) 


FTA 


10 


vs. George Washington (12-9-96) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. 15 teams (last at 
Florida State, 2-7-98) 


OR 


2 


vs. four teams (last time at 
North Carolina, 2-1 4-98) 


DR 


6 


vs. Florida International (11 -25-97) 
vs. Arizona (3-19-98) 


REBS 


7 


vs. Arizona (3-19-98) 


AST 


14 


vs.Towson State (11-30-96) 


BtK 


2 


vs. UMBC (12-4-96) 
at Wake Forest (1-19-97) 


STL 


6 


vs.Towson State (11-30-96) 
vs. UMBC (12-4-96) 


MIN 


41 


vs. Georgia (12-30-96) 



the 124-121 victory ... following the contest, 
the emotionally charged Stokes pumped his 
fists to the 11,828 appreciative 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 summer of 1994 ... 
ranked No. 37 on the Blue Chip Illustrated list 
of the Top- 100 High School Players of 1995. 
Personal: Born Jan. 8, 1976 ... his full name is 
Terrell Montez Stokes ... two brothers, Rudy 
and George played collegiate basketball at 
Lincoln (Pa.) University and Boston 
University respectively ... major is family stud- 



36 









'ame by Game Statistics 



Terrell Stokes' 1995-96 Game by Game Statistics 



Game 

South Carolina 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

Mt. St. Mary's 

Florida International 

Clemson 

Kansas 

Geo. Washington 

UMBC 

UNC-Asheville 

UNC-Wilmington 

Missouri 

Duke 

Florida State 

NC State 

N.Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Georgia Tech 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Florida State 

NC State 

N.Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

Temple 

Georgia Tech (ACQ 

N.Carolina (ACQ 

Utah State (NCAA) 

Illinois. NCAA 

Arizona (NCAA) 



FG-FGA 

3-6 
2-6 
1-1 
3-5 
4-6 
1-4 
1-3 
« 
0-2 
1-4 
1-3 
0-1 
2-3 
1-2 
3-4 
1-3 
0-2 
1-5 
1-3 
3-6 
2-6 
3-7 
2-5 
2-5 
0-2 
3-4 
1-3 
0-1 
2-5 
0-2 
4-9 
4-11 



3pt-3ptA 
2-3 

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

1-1 

0-2 
0-0 
1-3 

0-1 
2-7 
3-7 



FT FTA PTS OR-TR PF A 


st TO Blk St 


0-0 


0-2 4 


3 1 


0-2 


1-4 2 


2 4 


0-0 


0-2 


3 2 


2-2 1 


1 0-6 3 


2 


2-2 1 


2 0-1 3 


6 2 


4-4 


0-1 1 


2 2 


2-2 


0-0 2 


1 


1-2 1 


0-3 2 


1 1 


1-4 


0-1 1 


2 3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


0-0 


1-1 2 


1 1 


0-0 


0-0 5 


2 1 1 


6-8 1 


0-3 3 





2-3 


0-3 1 


1 2 


2-2 


0-2 2 


1 1 


0-0 


1-4 3 


1 


0-0 


0-3 2 


5 2 


3-4 


1-5 3 


1 2 


1-2 


0-3 


6 1 


2-2 1 


0-0 1 


3 2 


2-2 


0-1 2 


1 1 


0-0 


2-5 


2 


0-2 


2-4 3 


1 


1-2 


1-2 3 


5 3 


0-0 


0-2 4 


3 2 


34 1 


1-3 2 


2 1 


0-0 


0-0 3 


1 1 


1-3 


0-4 3 


2 1 


0-0 


1-5 4 


2 


1-2 


0-3 3 


4 


0-0 1 


0-1 3 


2 1 


0-0 1 


1 1-7 2 


1 1 



I Min 

32 
32 
26 
23 
40 
24 
27 
19 
22 
19 
20 
10 
24 
29 
33 
31 
33 
31 
30 
33 
34 
28 
32 
26 
22 
28 
33 
28 
36 
27 
33 
35 



Game 

Kentucky 

Towson State 

Massachusetts 

Geo. Washington 

Howard 

UCLA 

Rider 

American 

Md.-EastemSh. 

Georgia Tech 

N.Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Delaware St. 

NC State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

N.Carolina 

Florida State 

Wake Forest 

Missouri 

NC State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Florida State 

Duke (ACQ 

Ga. Tech (ACQ 

Santa Clara (NCAA) 



S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR P 



2-3 

0-0 
0-1 

1-1 
1-1 

0-2 
1-1 



2-2 
0-3 
2-3 

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

on 

2-5 
24 
2-3 
4-6 
0-2 
1-2 
0-0 
0-1 
1-4 
0-0 



(HI 

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

1-1 

1-3 

0-0 

1-1 

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



M 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
34 
3-6 
0-0 
1-2 
14 
0-0 
3-5 
34 
34 
0-0 
0-0 
0-2 
1-2 
6-7 
0-0 
0-0 
2-2 
4-4 
0-0 
0-1 



0-0 

0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-1 
0-2 
0-0 
0-2 
0-2 
2-2 
14 
0-0 
1-1 
1-3 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-3 
1-2 
14 
0-1 
1-3 
0-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-1 
0-1 
0-1 



t TO 

1 





Blk Si 
















I Min 

10 
10 
14 
7 
11 
10 
18 
15 
14 
17 
14 
27 
11 
22 
18 
21 
14 
18 
17 
12 
31 
32 
31 
26 
17 
11 
15 
21 
15 
11 



Terrell Stokes' 1996-97 Game by Game Statistics 



Game ! 


FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR PF A 


it TO Blk Stl 


Min 


Howard 


2-4 


2-2 


1-2 


7 


14 4 


2 1 


21 


Towson State 


4-6 


1-2 


1-3 


10 


1-6 1 1 


4 4 16 


35 


Chicago State 


4-6 


2-3 


0-0 


10 


0-5 2 


4 4 


25 


UMBC 


3-7 


2-5 


0-0 


8 


0-2 2 


2 2 6 


30 


California 


2-5 


1-3 


0-2 


5 


0-3 1 


5 1 


33 


Geo. Washington 


1-7 


1-2 


8-10 


11 


1-3 3 


6 1 1 


36 


Georgia Tech 


4-9 


1-2 


1-5 


10 


1-2 2 


2 1 


34 


American 


3-8 


0-3 


4-6 


10 


0-2 1 


2 3 


31 


Lafayette 


4-7 


2-3 


5-10 


15 


0-3 1 


2 3 


30 


Pittsburgh 


14 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


1-4 3 


8 


35 


Hawaii 


3-7 


14 


7-8 


14 


0-1 4 


1 


33 


Georgia 


6-14 


3-6 


1-2 


16 


1-2 4 


2 1 


41 


Virginia 


6-14 


0-3 


3-6 


15 


2-4 


3 1 2 


32 


N. Carolina 


24 


0-1 


3-4 


7 


0-1 2 


4 1 


28 


NC State 


3-5 


1-3 


7-9 


14 


0-2 2 


6 3 


34 


Clemson 


2-7 


14 


0-2 


5 


0-3 3 


3 1 


34 


Wake Forest 


5-5 


1-1 


0-0 


7 


0-5 2 


5 2 3 


36 


Penn 


2-6 


1-2 


0-0 


5 


0-3 





28 


Duke 


2-2 


2-2 


2-2 


8 


0-4 3 


4 


34 


Florida State 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-2 2 


3 1 


36 


Wake Forest 


4-8 


1-3 


3-3 


12 


1-4 1 


3 1 


36 


NC State 


1-6 


0-5 


24 


4 


0-0 3 


2 


35 


Clemson 


1-5 


1-3 


2-2 


5 


1-3 4 


2 


36 


Florida State 


1-3 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-2 3 


3 


36 


Massachusetts 


1-8 


0-4 


0-0 


2 


0-2 4 


3 1 


35 


Georgia Tech 


2-5 


0-1 


2-2 


6 


0-4 1 


4 1 


39 


N.Carolina 


5-10 


2-4 


0-0 


12 


1-3 2 


1 1 


30 


Duke 


) 24 


1-2 


1-2 


6 


0-2 1 


6 1 1 


36 


Virginia 


s 1-5 


0-2 


0-0 


2 


1-2 5 


12 10 


33 


Clemson (ACQ 


> 6-8 


34 


2-2 


17 


0-1 3 


10 1 


35 


NC5tate(ACO 


> 1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


0-2 3 


5 


34 


Charleston (NCAA) 


i 3-7 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


0-2 4 


> 1 2 


33 




37 







Norman Fields 




Guard 



high school: 

Mt. St. Michael, Bronx, N.Y. (Tom Fraher) 



birthdate: 

July 31, 1977 (New York, N.Y.) 



ON FIELDS: In his fourth season with the bas- 
ketball program ... was chosen from a pool of 
300 during a campus-wide tryout and walked 
on to the team during the fall of 1995 ... 
received a call from head coach Gary Williams 
soon after the tryout session and was invited to 
join the team ... earned a scholarship for his 
sophomore, junior and now senior seasons ... 
says Williams: "He's tough. You've got to cover 
him. He's a legitimate shooter. You've really 
got to cover him in practice, which helps when 
you're running the other team's offense." .... has 
good shooting range and is a solid all-around 
player who defends, shoots and passes well ... 
often works as the point guard on the scout 
team in preparation for an upcoming game. As 
a Junior: Enjoyed his best season and estab- 
lished career-highs in games played (12), min- 
utes played (56), points scored (23), average 
points per game (1.9), field goals made ( 10), 3- 
point shots made (3), assists (4) and blocked 
shots ( 1 ) ... tied his career-high with five points 
against UNC-Asheville on Dec. 22 and UNC- 
Wilmington on Dec. 27 in Cole Field House ... 
also tied his career-high with two field goals 
made against UNCA and UNCW ... scored 10 
total points in the back-to-back victories over 



UNCA and UNCW ... played his career-high of 
1 1 minutes against both Florida International 
on Nov. 25 and UMBC on Dec. 13 — both 
Terp victories in Cole Field House ... was espe- 
cially strong against UMBC with four points, 
two rebounds, one assist and one steal in 1 1 
minutes played ... played in a career-high five 
ACC games and scored his first career field goal 
against Duke in Cole on fan. 3 ... grabbed an 
ACC career-high two rebounds as Maryland 
defeated NC State on Feb. 1 1 ... appeared in the 
ACC Tournament for the second time during 
his career and was credited with one assist 
against Georgia Tech in the Terps' quarterfinal 
victory over the Yellow Jackets. As a 
Sophomore: Appeared in eight games ... scored 
14 points and grabbed eight rebounds ... 
improved his scoring and rebounding averages 
from his freshman season despite playing two 
fewer games ... scored a career-high five points 
against Chicago State on Dec. 2 ... scored a 
career-best three free throws in only two min- 
utes of playing time as the Terps won in Cole 
Field House ... returned two nights later with a 
career-high three rebounds and two points in 
three minutes against UMBC ... played a sea- 
son-high five minutes against Lafayette on Dec. 
23 when he recorded four steals and scored two 
points ... then career-high five points as the 
Terps defeated Penn in the Baltimore Arena on 
Jan. 21 ... scored his first career 3-point shot 
and was a perfect two-of-two from the free- 
throw line as Maryland defeated the Quakers. 



TOP SCORING GAMES 


5 


vs. UNC - Wilmington, Dec. 27, 1997 


5 


vs. UNC-Asheville, Dec. 22, 1997 


5 


vs. Penn, Jan. 21, 1997 


5 


vs. Chicago State, Dec. 2, 1996 


4 


vs. Florida International, Nov. 25, 1997 


4 


vs. UMBC, Dec. 13, 1997 


3 


vs. Missouri, Feb. 18, 1997 



All Games 


Year 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FT FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Mill 


1997-98 


12-0 


10-19.526 


3-7.429 


0-0-.000 


23-1.9 


1 


10 


11-0.9 


2-0 


4 


5 


1 


2 


56 


1996-97 


8-0 


4-10-.400 


1-2-.500 


5-6.833 


14-1.8 


4 


4 


8-1.0 


1-0 


1 


1 





4 


19 


1995-96 


10-0 


2-7-.2S6 


1-2-.500 


0-2.000 


5-0.5 


1 


3 


4-0.4 


0-0 


1 











15 


TOTALS 


30-0 


16-36.444 


5-11 -.455 


5-8.625 


42-1.4 


6 


17 


23-0.8 


3-0 


6 


6 


1 


6 


90 


ACC Statistics 




























Vear 


G-GS 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Prt. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 


1997-98 


5-0 


1-5-.200 


0-1-.000 


0-0-.000 


2-0.4 





3 


3-0.6 


0-0 





1 








11 


1996-97 


DNP 




























1995-96 


3-0 


0-0- .000 


0-0-.000 


0-0-.000 


0-0.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 














I 


TOTALS 


8-0 


1-5.200 


0-1 -.000 


0-0.000 


2-0.3 





3 


3-0.4 


00 





1 








14 


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 


1997-98 


DNP 




























1996-97 


DNP 




























1995-96 


1-0 


0-0-.000 


0-0-.000 


0-2-.000 


0-0.0 


1 





1-1.0 


0-0 














1 



TO 

3> 



r- TOTAtS 1-0 



CAREER HIGI 




PTS 


5 


vs. three teams (last vs. 

vs. UNC -Wilmington (12-27-97) 


FGM 


2 


vs. four teams (last vs. 

vs. UNC -Wilmington (12-27-97) 


FGA 


4 


vs.UMBC (12-13-97) 


FG% 


1.00 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-96) 
vs. UNC -Wilmington (12-27-97) 


3FGM 


1 


vs. five teams (last vs. 
UNC-Wilmington (12-27-97) 


3FGA 


2 


vs. three teams (last 

vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


3FG% 


1.00 


vs. Penn (1-21-97) (1-1) 

vs. UNC- Wilmington (12-27-97) 


FTM 


3 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-96) 


FTA 


4 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-96) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. Penn (1-21-97) (2-2) 


OR 


2 


vs. Chicago State (12-2-96) 


DR 


3 


vs. UMBC (12-4-96) 


REBS 


3 


vs. UMBC (12-4-96) 


AST 


2 


vs. Lafayette (12-23-96) 

vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 


BLK 


1 


vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 


STL 


4 


vs. Lafayette (12-23-96) 


MIN 


11 


vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 
vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 



0-0.000 



0-0.000 



0-2.000 



0-0.0 



1-1.0 



0-0 




38 






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• 



t 






As a Freshman: Joined the team as a walk-on and played in 10 games ... 
scored a season-high three points against Missouri in a game nationally 
televised by ABC Sports ... hit his only 3-point shot against the Tigers from 
right in front of the Maryland bench ... also scored two points against 
American ... grabbed a season-high two rebounds against Md.-Eastern 
Shore and had one assist against Delaware State ... scored his first career 
basket in his second career game on a breakaway layup as the Terps defeat- 
ed American on Dec. 23 ... played in three ACC games — at Wake Forest 
and home victories over No. 25 Georgia Tech and Virginia ... played well 
against Delaware State with one rebound and one assist in three minutes 
of play ... season-high one field goal against American and Missouri ... 
played a season-high three minutes against American and Delaware State 
... also played in the ACC Tournament against Duke and in the NCAA 
Tournament against Santa Clara ... on his NCAA Tournament appear- 
ance, Fields said: "I had never gotten into a big nationally televised game 
in my life. There were about two minutes left in the game and Coach 
Williams ran a play for me. I faded to the corner behind the 3-point line. 
Terrell Stokes kicked it to me and I made the three. That's when I realized 
all of the hard work had paid off. I'd come a long way since high school." 
At Mt. St. Michael: Named to the New York State Championship All- 
Tournament team as a senior as he helped Mt. St. Michael to the state 
championship ... averaged 15.6 points during the postseason 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 vic- 
tory ... Fields scored the game-winning basket in the championship game 
on a 3-pointer with 2:16 remaining in the game and earned all-tourna- 
ment honors ... in the state semifinal game, Fields scored 10 of his 17 
points in the fourth quarter, including five-of-six from the free-throw line 
with less than one minute remaining, to key the victory over Iona 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 federation 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 Norman Brian Fields ... enjoys lis- 
tening to jazz music ... was featured in the 1994-95 edition of Who's Who 
in High School Sports, an honor 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 ... major is economics. 



Norman Fields' 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 



SIGNATURE GAME 



Fields scored five points to tie his career-high as he shot a perfect 
two-of-two from the field to help lead Maryland past UNC- 
Wilmington, 74-36, on Dec. 27, 1 997. He tied his career-high as 
he was a perfect one-for-one from the 3-point shot line. 

Fields scored his career-high of five points as Maryland defeated 
Chicago State, 94-44, on Dec. 2, 1 996. He shot a perfect one-of- 
one and hit three-of-four free-throw attempts. He also grabbed 
two rebounds during the contest. 



Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt 3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk Stl Mi 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 




0-0 


1 











4 


Florida International 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 




0-2 





2 


1 


1 


11 


UMBC 


2-4 


0-1 


0-0 




1-2 





1 


1 





1 11 


UNC-Asheville 


2-3 


1-2 


0-0 




0-0 





1 








1 8 


UNC-Wilmington 


11 


1-1 


0-0 




0-2 














9 


Duke 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 




0-1 








1 





5 


Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Duke 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 














2 


NC State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 














2 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Temple 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 





1 





1 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 








1 





1 



Norman Fields' 1996-97 Game by Game Statistics 



Game 


S 


FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


>F 


Ast 


TO 


Blk Stl Mil 


toward 




0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





1-1 


1 











4 


'owson State 




0-1 


0-0 


o-o 





0-0 














1 


Chicago State 




1-1 


0-0 


3-4 


5 


2-2 














2 


UMBC 




1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-3 














3 


California 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


.afayette 




1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





1 


1 





4 5 


fawaii 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Penn 




1-2 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


1-2 














3 


Norman Fields' 1995-96 Game by Game Statistics 




Game 


s 


FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


3 F 


Ast 


TO 


Blk Stl Mi 


Rider 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


American 




1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 














3 


Md. Eastern Sh. 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 














2 


Wake Forest 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Del. State 




0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





1 








3 


Georgia Tech 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Missouri 




1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


3 


0-0 














1 


Virginia 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Duke (ACC) 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 














1 


Santa Clara (NCAA) 




0-0 


00 


0-2 





1-1 














1 




C3 



Norman Fields and Associate Director of Bands Rich Sparks. 



39 






Brian Watkins 



3> 
33 



3> 




Forward 



high school: 

Overton, Nashville, Tenn, (Tommy Griffith) 

birthdate: 

January 9, 1976 (Nashville, Tenn.) 

ON WATKINS: Will be counted on as a valu- 
able member of the Terps' frontcourt with 59 
games of collegiate playing experience ... has 
displayed flashes of his tremendous ability and 
looks to contend for increased playing time in 
his final season ... a two-year varsity letterwin- 
ner who is in his final season of eligibility, his 
third at Maryland, after playing his freshman 
season at Notre Dame ... transferred to 
Maryland to begin the 1995 fall semester and 
sat out the 1995-96 season under NCAA trans- 
fer guidelines ... helped lead the United States 
to a third-place finish at the 19th William Jones 
Cup International Tournament during the 
summer of 1996 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 Redshirt Junior: Played in 
nine games and averaged 2.1 points and 1.7 
rebounds ... scored a season-high eight points 
in a season-high 14 minutes played against 
Florida International as the Terps won in Cole 
Field House on Nov. 25 ... his personal bests of 
three field goals made, two free throws made, 
and six rebounds came against the Panthers ... 
played 1 1 minutes as Maryland defeated Mt. St. 
Mary's on Nov. 22 and scored five points and 



grabbed four rebounds ... tied his career high 
with two assists against MSM ... averaged 6.5 
points and five rebounds in the back-to-back 
victories over MSM and FIU ... tied his ACC 
career high with two points against Duke in 
Cameron Indoor Stadium on Jan. 29 and 
against NC State in Cole Field House on Feb. 
1 1 ... was a perfect one-for-one from the field 
against Duke in Durham ... blocked one shot 
against UNC-Asheville and UNC- Wilmington 
in back-to-back games on Dec. 22 and 27. As 
a Redshirt Sophomore: Played well in his first 
season at Maryland as he averaged a career- 
high 2.8 points and a career-high 2.2 rebounds 
per game ... played in a career-high tying 25 
games and established career highs in every 
statistical category ... established career-high 
statistics in points scored (70), rebounds (54), 
field goals made (24) and free-throws made 
(22) ... also credited with career-highs in the 
categories of field goal percentage (44.5 per- 
cent), defensive rebounds (41) and minutes 
played ( 191 ) ... scored 44 total points in his first 
seven Maryland games as compared to 38 dur- 
ing his entire first collegiate season at Notre 
Dame ... took him only 1 10 minutes of playing 
time in seven games to surpass his scoring total 
of his freshman season ... grabbed 47 total 
rebounds in his first 14 Maryland games as 
compared to 46 during his entire first collegiate 
season total ... had more rebounds in his first 
156 minutes than he did during his entire sea- 



TOP SCORING GAMES 




n 


vs. Howard, Nov. 26, 1996 


9 


vs. Lafayette, Dec. 23, 1996 


8 


vs. Florida International, Dec. 23, 1997 


8 


vs. Loyola (Chicago), Feb. 28, 1995 


7 


vs. American, Dec. 12, 1996 


7 


vs. Chicago State, Dec. 2, 1996 


7 


vs. lowson State, Nov. 30, 1 996 


7 


vs.Xavier,Jan.21,1995 


6 


vs. Hawaii, Dec. 28, 1996 



All Games 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 9-0 
1996-97 25-0 
1994-95 25-0 


FG-FGA-Prt. 

8-16-.500 
24-54-.44S 

18-47-.383 


3pt-3ptA-Prt. 
0-1.000 

0-0-.000 
0-3.000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

3-5-.600 
22-34-.647 
2-8-.250 


Pts-Avg 

19-2.1 
70-2.8 
38-1.5 


OREB 

4 
13 
18 


DReb 

11 
41 
28 


Reb-Avg 

15-1.7 
54-2.2 
46-1.8 


PF-DQ 

8-0 
17-0 
21-0 


Asst 

3 

2 
5 


TO 

4 
18 
24 


Blk 
2 
7 
8 


Stl 

1 
2 
4 


Min 

48 
191 
159 


TOTALS 59-0 50-117.427 0-4.000 27-47.574 127-2.2 35 80 

ACC Statistics (Note - Notre Dame played as an independent during the 1994-95 season) 


115-1.9 


46-0 


10 


46 


17 


7 


398 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 3-0 
1996-97 12-0 


FG-FGA-Prt. 
2-3-.667 
2-6.333 


3pt-3ptA-Prt. 

0-0-.000 
0-0-.000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 
0-0-.000 
3-8.375 


Pts-Avg 

4-1.3 
7-0.6 


OREB 





DReb 

1 
13 


Reb-Avg 

1-0.3 
13-1.1 


PF-DQ 

2-0 
4-0 


Asst 





TO 

1 
7 


Blk 

3 


Stl 





Min 

8 
48 


TOTALS 15-0 4-9.444 

NCAA Tournament Statistics 


0-0.000 


3-8.375 


11-0.7 





14 


14-0.9 


6-0 





8 


3 





56 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 DNP 
1996-97 DNP 


FG-FGA-Prt. 


3pt-3ptA-Prt. 


FT-FTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 




TOTALS DNP 



Brian Watkins and catering coordinator Nancy 
Loomis. 



40 






- • 






son of 159 minutes as a freshman ... displayed his promise to the Terp 
faithful as he scored his single-game career high of 1 1 points and grabbed 
eight rebounds in his Maryland debut against Howard on opening night 
... also played his career high of 21 minutes in his first game as a Terp ... 
career-high tying four field goals against Howard ... followed his debut 
performance with a seven-point, four-rebound outing against Towson 
State and a seven-point, career-high nine-rebound performance against 
Chicago State ... averaged 7.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and 17.5 minutes dur- 
ing the first four games of the season ... scored nine points and had four 
rebounds in 13 minutes of play against Lafayette ... averaged 3.3 points 
and 2.0 rebounds as he helped Maryland to the championship game of 
the Rainbow Classic where he played in all three games during the tour- 
nament ... scored six points in 10 minutes of play against Hawaii in the 
Rainbow Classic ... played in 12 of Maryland's 16 regular season ACC 
games ... ACC career-high two points against Georgia Tech, at Clemson 
and at Duke ... scored an ACC career-high two rebounds in six conference 
games including the Terps' historic 22-point come-from-behind victory 
at North Carolina. As a Freshman (At University of Notre Dame): 
Averaged 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds while playing in 25 games at Notre 
Dame during the 1994-95 season ... scored a season high of eight points 
against Loyola of Chicago on Feb. 28, 1995 and chipped in seven against 
Xavier on Jan. 21, 1995 ... grabbed a season-high five rebounds against 
Cornell, Lehigh and Xavier ... season-high 16 minutes played against 
Oregon in the second round of the Far West Classic ... double figures in 
minutes played against seven different teams ... he shot 38.3 percent from 
the field and blocked eight shots ... blocked a career-high two shots 
against Oregon State, Lehigh and Loyola (Chicago) ... career-high two 
steals against 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 against Loyola (Chicago) 
in the season finale ... Notre Dame finished with a 15-12 overall record as 
the basketball team competed in its last year as an independent ... the 
Fighting Irish defeated Indiana in overtime on Nov. 29, 1994 and Boston 
College on January 29, 1995, with Watkins on the floor during both vic- 
tories. At Overton: A first team all-state selection 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 sophomore 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 seasons ... named the Most Valuable Player 
of the Tennessee against Georgia Ail-Star game following his senior sea- 
son 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' Ail-Star Sports Report and was ranked among the 
top 60 players at the Nike Camp in the summer before his senior season. 
Personal: Born Jan. 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 tennis before a junior high school growth spurt pushed him 
toward basketball ... major is criminal justice. 



SIGNATURE GAME 



Watkins scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in 14 min- 
utes as Maryland defeated Florida International, 1 1 7-70, on Nov. 
25, 1997. He grabbed three rebounds, had one assist and scored 
three field goals. 



Brian Watkins' 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 



Game 


S FG-FGA 


ipt !ptA 


FTFTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Mm 


South Carolina 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















4 


airleigh Dickinson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


Mt. St. Mary's 


2-4 


0-1 


1-2 


5 


1-4 


2 


2 


1 





1 


11 


: !orida International 


3-5 


0-0 


2-3 


8 


1-6 


4 


1 


2 








14 


UNC-Asheville 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2-3 








1 


1 





7 


UNC Wilmington 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 











1 





2 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















3 


Duke 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 

















2 


NC State 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 


2 














3 


Brian Watkins' 1996-97 Game by Game Statistics 














Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FTFTA 


PTS 


OR-TR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


toward 


4-10 


0-0 


3-4 


11 


4-8 


2 





2 


1 


1 




'owson State 


3-8 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


1-3 


4 





1 










Chicago State 


1-4 


0-0 


5-6 


7 


1-9 


2 





4 










UMBC 


1-3 


0-0 


3-4 


5 


2-5 








2 


1 







California 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


1-5 


2 


1 


1 


1 







Geo. Washington 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


0-0 





1 













Georgia Tech 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


0-2 








2 










American 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


0-1 











1 







Lafayette 


3-4 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


1-4 



















Pittsburgh 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-2 








1 










Hawaii 


3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-1 


2 
















Georgia 


1-2 


o-o 


0-0 


2 


2-3 


1 











1 




J.Carolina 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


1 
















Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 



















Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2 
















Penn 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 



















Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 



















Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 



















Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 



















NC State 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 





0-2 











2 







Clemson 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


0-2 











1 







Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 





1 










Massachusetts 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 



















Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


0-2 








3 










Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


0-0 








1 










Brian Watkins' 1995-96 Game by Game Statistics 




Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FTFTA 


PTS 


ORTR 


PF 


Ast TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Valparaiso 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















3 


Indiana 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





c 











4 


San Diego 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


2 


[ 











2 


Loyola Marymount 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





t 





1 





4 


DePaul 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





1 











2 


St.Bonaventure 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





e 











3 


Oregon State 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-3 


1 





3 


2 





8 


Oregon 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


24 


1 





1 





1 


16 


Cornell 


1-5 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


3-5 


3 





q 








12 


Lehigh 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





2-5 


1 


1 




2 





13 


Loyola |Md.| 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 
















4 


Louisville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 
















1 


Columbia 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


04 


2 










1 


13 


Missouri 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


0-0 





c 










1 


Hofstra 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 





1-2 
















4 


Dayton 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-2 


1 


1 










8 


Xavier 


3-6 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


3-5 


2 










2 


12 


Duke 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 


1 













6 


Boston College 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 
















4 


UCLA 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3-5 


1 













7 


Duguesne 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 





1 










2 


Kentucky 


0-5 


0-0 


14 


1 


24 


2 


1 




1 





15 


Butler 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


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 


1 


2 


2 





10 



41 






JUNIOR -Ht. 6-0 -Wt. 16 



Matt Hahn 




Guard 



high school: 

Atholton High, Columbia, Md, (Jim Albert) 

birthdate: 

February 27, 1 978 (South Kingston, R.I.) 

ON HAHN: A solid player who possesses a 
strong work ethic ... a member of the practice 
squad who emulates the upcoming opponent's 
point guard in practice ... is often lauded by 
head coach Gary Williams for pushing the 
starters and helping better prepare the Terps 
throughout the season. As a Sophomore: 
Played in a career-high 1 1 games, nearly triple 
the amount he played during his freshman sea- 
son ... Maryland has a 13-2 record in the 15 
games in which he has appeared during the 
first two years of his Maryland career ... estab- 
lished single-season career highs in points 
scored (11), field goals made (2), 3-point field 
goals made (one), free throws made (six), 
assists (four), and minutes played (24) ... 
scored his career-high of five points against 
Mt. St. Mary's in Cole Field House on Nov. 22 
... his five points against the Mount came on 
three-of-four shooting from the free-throw 
line and a perfect one-of-one from the field ... 
scored his first career 3-point shot as Maryland 
defeated UNC-Asheville on Dec. 22 ... was 
three-for-four from the line in his first two 
appearances of the season against Mt. St. 
Mary's and Florida International on Nov. 25 ... 
his six free-throws made and eight free-throws 
attempted in his first two appearances of the 
season were more than he had made and 



attempted during his entire freshman season ... 
shot 75.0 percent from the free-throw line for 
the season ... played his career-high of five 
minutes and scored three points against UNC- 
Asheville ... scored three points or more on 
three different occasions (Mt. St. Mary's, 
Florida International and UNC-Asheville) ... 
was credited with a career-high four assists — 
one each against Florida International, UNC- 
Wilmington, Duke and Temple ... his assist 
against Temple in the Baltimore Arena was of 
the sensational behind-the-back highlight film 
variety which resulted in a slam dunk by 
Terence Morris ... played in a career-high four 
ACC regular season games and Maryland's 
ACC Tournament quarterfinal round victory 
over Georgia Tech in Greensboro, N.C. As a 
Freshman: Played in four games during the 
season while scoring four total points ... sea- 
son-high of two points came during the season 
opener against Howard on Nov. 26 and on Dec. 
23 against Lafayette ... scored his first career 
field goal against Howard as the Terps won in 
Cole Field House ... was a perfect two-for-two 
from the free-throw line against Lafayette ... 
recorded his first career rebound against 
Howard, his first career assist against Chicago 
State and his first career steal against Penn in a 
game played in the Baltimore Arena ... played a 
season high of two minutes in each of the four 
games in which he appeared — Howard, 
Chicago State, Lafayette and Penn ... Maryland 
was undefeated (4-0) in the games in which 
Hahn appeared. At Atholton: A second team 
All-Howard County honoree by the Baltimore 
Sun and the Columbia Flier following his 
senior season as he averaged 13.6 points and 
shot 42.3 percent from the field in 21 games ... 
led the county in 3-point shots made (58) and 
free throw percentage (82 percent) ... made an 
incredible 62 of 76 free-throw attempts his 



TOP SCORING GAMES 



5 vs.Mt.St.Mary's,Nov.22,1997 

3 vs. Florida International, Nov.25, 1997 

3 vs. UNC-Asheville, Dec. 22, 1997 



All Games 




























Year G-GS 

1997-98 11-0 
1996-97 4-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

2-8.250 
1-2-500 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

1-5-.200 
(HkOOO 


FTFTA-Pct. 

6-8-.750 
2-3,667 


Pts-Avg 

11-1.0 
4-1.0 


OREB 





DReb 



1 


Reb-Avg 

M.O 
1-0.3 


PF-DQ 

1-0 
1-0 


Asst 

4 

1 


TO 

2 




Blk 





Stl 

1 

1 


Mm 
24 
8 


TOTALS ISO 

ACC Statistics 


3-10.300 


1-5.200 


8-11.727 


15-1.0 





1 


1-0.1 


2-0 


5 


2 





2 


32 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 4-0 
1996-97 DNP 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

04.000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 


FTFTA-Pct. 

0-0.000 


Pts-Avg 

0-0.0 


OREB 




DReb 




Reb-Avg 

0-0.0 


PF-DQ 

0-0 


Asst 

1 


TO 




Blk 



Stl 



Min 

6 


TOTALS 4-0 0-0.000 

NCAA Tournament Statistics 


0-0.000 


0-0.000 


0-0.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











6 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 DNP 
1996-97 DNP 


FG-FGA-Pct. 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 


FTFTA-Pct. 


Pts-Avg 


OREB 


DReb 


Reb-Avg 


PF-DQ 


Asst 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Min 



3> 



TOTALS DNP 



CAREER HI 




PTS 


5 


vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 


FGM 


1 


vs. Howard (11-26-96) 
vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


FGA 


2 


vs. three teams (last vs. 
UNC- Wilmington (12-27-97) 


FG% 


1.00 


vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 


3FGM 


1 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


3FGA 


2 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
vs. UNC -Wilmington (12-27-97) 


3FG% 


50.0 


vs. UNC-Ashville (12-22-97) 


FTM 


3 


vs.Mt.St.Mary's(H-22-97) 

vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 


FTA 


4 


vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 

vs. Florida International (1 1-25-97) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. Lafayette (12-23-96) (2-2) 


OR 







DR 


1 


vs. Howard (11-26-96) 


REBS 


1 


vs. Howard (11-26-96) 


AST 


1 


vs. seven teams (last time vs. 
Temple, 2-28-98) 


BLK 







STL 


1 

1 


vs. Penn (1-21-97) 

vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


MIN 


5 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 




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; 



senior season ... was the county's sixth-leading scorer as a senior ... partic- 
ipated 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 championships on the varsity level and 
one on the junior varsity level ... was tri-captain of the varsity his senior 
season and co-captain of the junior varsity his sophomore season ... the 
varsity averaged 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 3-point shot during each of the 21 games during his senior 
season and holds the Atholton school record for 3-point shots made in a 
single game with six ... hit six 3-point shots in a single game on three occa- 
sions ... also established school records for 3-point shots made (58) and 
attempted (137) in a single season ... scored a career-high of 27 points 
against Howard High School his senior season ... 23 points came in a dou- 
ble overtime loss to Cardinal Gibbons and 21 came against Calvert Hall. 
Personal: He was born Feb 27, 1978 ... a first-team All-Howard County 
Academic selection as a senior and a second-team selection as a junior ... 
a four-time recipient of the Maryland Athletic Association's Scholar 
Athlete Award ... was an honorable mention Maryland distinguished 
scholar his senior year ... was a ballboy at Maryland basketball games in 
Cole Field House and at Ohio University before entering high school ... 
would like to be a television or radio sportscaster or newspaper sports- 
writer ... major is journalism. 



Matt Hahn's 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 
















Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS OR-TR 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk Stl 


Min 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-1 


0-0 


3-4 


5 0-0 

















2 


Florida International 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3 0-0 


1 


1 


1 








4 


UMBC 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 














1 


3 


UNC-Asheville 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


3 0-0 








1 








5 


UNC-Wilmington 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1 











2 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 

















2 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 











2 


NC State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 

















1 


Georgia Tech 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 

















1 


Temple 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 











1 


Georgia Tech (ACQ 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 

















1 


Matt Hahn's 1996-97 Game by Game Statistics 





Game 

Howard 
Chicago State 
Lafayette 
Penn 



S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl Min 

1-2 0-0 O-12O-11OO0O2 

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0010002 

0-0 0-0 2-2 2 0-0000002 

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0000012 



SIGNATURE GAME 



Hahn scored his career-high of five points on a perfect one-for- 
one shooting performance from the field as Maryland defeated 
Mt. St. Mary's, 1 02-74, on Nov. 22, 1 997. Hahn also scored a 
career-high three free throws on a career-high four attempts. 




Matt Hahn and Corporal Mark Lamanski of the University of Maryland Police 
Department. 




TO 






43 



H 



Sophomore • Ht. 6-7 • Wt. 2 



LaRon Cephas 



3> 




Forward 



high school: 

The Sanford School, Hockessin, Del. (Stanley Waterman) 

birthdate: 

September 23, 1977 (Wilmington, Del.) 



ON CEPHAS: A strong, athletic player with 
excellent rebounding capabilities ... a classic 
power forward who has developed into one of 
the Terps' top players off the bench ... a redshirt 
sophomore who enters the 1998-99 season 
with three years of eligibility remaining ... 
signed with the Terps during the spring semes- 
ter of 1996 and entered the university for the 
spring semester in 1997 ... practiced and trav- 
eled with the team during the second half of 
the 1996-97 season but did not see any action. 
As a Redshirt Freshman: Appeared in 21 
games and averaged 4.5 minutes ... was slowed 
early in the season after he underwent surgery 
for a hernia on Nov. 19 ... he returned to prac- 
tice on Dec. 2 after missing two full games ... 
did not return to full strength until the Terps' 
game against UMBC on Dec. 13 ... scored his 
career high of four points, grabbed his career 
high of nine rebounds and played his career 
high of 22 minutes against UMBC ... his four 
points against UMBC came on a career-high 
two field goals made and his nine rebounds 
came on a career-high three offensive 
rebounds and a career-high six defensive 
rebounds ... also added his first career assist, 
first career blocked shot and first career steal 
against the Retrievers ... may have been at his 
best as the Terps defeated then No. 1 North 
Carolina, 89-83 in overtime, on Jan. 14 ... 
played four crucial minutes at the end of the 
first half in place of Maryland's foul-troubled 



front court ... was inserted into the lineup for 
All-ACC performer Rodney Elliott with 3:43 
remaining in the half and the score tied at 32 ... 
he finished the half on the court and Maryland 
went into the locker room with a four-point 
(41-37) lead ... scored two points and grabbed 
three rebounds against Arizona in the NCAA 
Tournament on March 19 ... grabbed three or 
more rebounds six times during the season ... 
his ACC rebounding high of three came 
against Duke on Jan. 3 and Georgia Tech on 
Jan. 21 ... averaged 4.8 rebounds in four con- 
secutive games in December with nine against 
UMBC, three against UNC-Asheville on Dec. 
22, four against UNC- Wilmington on Dec. 27 
and three in his first career ACC game against 
Duke ... displaying his rebounding prowess, he 
was the only player on the team with more 
rebounds (30) than points scored (7) during 
the season. At The Sanford School: A first- 
team all-state selection as a senior ... averaged 
23 points, 16 rebounds, five blocked shots and 
shot 69 percent from the floor his senior year ... 
scored 19 points in the Delaware State All-Star 
game following his senior season and was con- 
sidered to be the top collegiate prospect in the 
state ... senior season was highlighted by a 31- 
point, 24-rebound performance in an overtime 
victory over Dover High School ... scored 
1,614 career points, grabbed 1,199 career 
rebounds and blocked 365 career shots ... led 
Sanford to four consecutive Independent 
Conference titles and four consecutive state 
championship tournaments ... was the 
Independent Athletic Conference Player of the 
Year inT 995 ...averaged 17points, 15rebounds 
and five blocks and earned second-team all- 
state honors as a junior ... played at Tatnal 
School as a freshman and transferred to 
Sanford at the beginning of his sophomore 
season ... played two years of AAU basketball 
with Laron Profit, Maryland's starting two 
guard. Personal: Born Sept. 23, 1977 ... his full 
name is LaRon Arnel Cephas ... major is letters 
and sciences. 



TOP SCORING GAMES 



4 vs. UMBC, Dec. 13, 1997 

2 vs. Arizona, March 19,1998 



C TOTALS 



All Games 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 21-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

3-21.143 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 
0-1.000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

1-4-.250 


Pts-Avg 

7-0.3 


OREB 

8 


DReb 
22 


Reb-Avg 

30-1.4 


PF-DQ 

20-0 


Asst 

1 


TO 

10 


Blk 
2 


Stl 
2 


Mill 

94 


TOTALS 21-0 

ACC Statistics 


3-21.143 


0-1.000 


1-4.250 


7-0.3 


8 


22 


30-1.4 


20-0 


1 


10 


2 


2 


94 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 12-0 


FG-FGAPrt. 

0-6-.000 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-0 .000 


Pts-Avg 

0-0.0 


OREB 

2 


DReb 

7 


Reb-Avg 

9-0.8 


PF-DQ 

12-0 


Asst 




TO 

3 


Blk 



Stl 

1 


Min 
38 


TOTALS 12-0 0-6.000 

NCAA Tournament Statistics 


0-0.000 


0-0.000 


0-0.0 


2 


7 


9-0.8 


12-0 





3 





1 


38 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 1-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 

1-1-1.00 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

0-0.000 


Pts-Avg 

2-2.0 


OREB 

1 


DReb 

2 


Reb-Avg 

3-3.0 


PF-DQ 

0-0 


Asst 




TO 




Blk 




stl 




Min 

1 



CAREER HIGHS 


PTS 


4 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


FGM 


2 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


FGA 


8 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


FG% 


50.0 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


3FGM 







3FGA 


1 


vs. UM8C (12-13-97) 


3FG% 







FTM 


1 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


FTA 


4 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


FT% 


25.0 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


OR 


3 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


OR 


6 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


REBS 


9 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


AST 


1 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 


BLK 


1 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


STL 


1 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 
vs. Florida State (2-7-98) 


MIN 


22 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 



1-0 



00.000 



0-0.000 



3-3.0 




44 









SIGNATURE GAME 



Cephas scored a career-high four points and grabbed a career- 
high nine rebounds as Maryland defeated UMBC, 104-66, on Dec. 
1 3, 1997. Cephas scored a career-high two field goals, grabbed a 
career-high three offensive rebounds, and a career-high six 
defensive rebounds. 



LaRon Cephas' 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 




Game 

S.Carolina 

F. Dickinson 

Clemson 

Kansas 

UMBC 

UNC-Asheville 

UNC- Wilmington 

Duke 

N.Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Georgia Tech 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

Florida State 

NC State 

Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

Temple 

Georgia Tech 

Arizona 



S FG-FGA 3pt-3ptA FT-FTA PTS OR-TR PF Ast TO Blk Stl Min 



0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















2 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-2 


2 





1 








11 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 

















1 


2-8 


0-1 


0-0 


4 


3-9 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


22 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1-3 








2 


1 





8 


0-1 


0-0 


1-4 





1-4 


1 





1 








9 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 

















9 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 
















0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


3 
















0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1-3 


3 





1 










0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 



















0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


2 
















0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








1 










0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 
















0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 











1 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 


1 





1 










0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





M 



















0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 
















0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 



















1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1-3 





















LaRon Cephas and Don Pearman, assistant director of the Academic Support and 
Career Development Unit. 



45 






Mike Mardesich 



3= 




Center 



high school: 

Worcester Academy, Boston, Mass, (Tom Blackburn) 

birthdate: 

July 29, 1977 (Long Beach, Calif.) 



ON MARDESICH: One of the nation's rising 
young stars who enjoyed a stellar freshman 
season ... his 138 rebounds ranks tied for the 
lOth-best single-season effort by a Terp fresh- 
man while his 4.3 rebounds per game average 
is the 1 1th best-ever by a Maryland freshman ... 
blocked 20 shots which ties him for the sev- 
enth-best season by a Maryland freshman ... 
originally signed at Maryland during the fall 
1995 signing period ... made a personal deci- 
sion to redshirt during the 1996-97 season ... 
was a member of the Terps' eight-man rotation 
as a redshirt freshman and enters the 1998-99 
season with three years of eligibility remaining. 
As a Redshirt Freshman: Averaged 5.4 points 
(tied for sixth on the team) and 4.3 rebounds 
(fourth on the team) while playing in all 32 
games ... averaged 18.2 minutes per game and 
played in double-figure minutes in 29 of 
Maryland's 32 games ... was at his season best 
as he helped lead the Terps past No. 1 North 
Carolina in overtime in Cole Field House on 
Jan. 14 ... scored his career-high tying and ACC 
career-high of 12 points while grabbing a 
team-high nine rebounds in front of a super- 
charged home crowd ... played a season-high 



34 minutes, was five-of-nine from the field, 
had three assists, no turnovers and committed 
only one personal foul ... started and played all 
five minutes of the overtime period and scored 
two points as Maryland outscored North 
Carolina, 13-7, to gain the victory ... it was a 
Mardesich put-back off a Rodney Elliott miss 
that tied the game with 46.2 seconds remaining 
and sent the game into the extra session ... he 
played the final 2:27 of regulation and the 
entire five minutes of the overtime period dur- 
ing which the Terps outscored the Tar Heels, 
17-11 ... played a large part in holding the UNC 
front line of Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter and 
Makhtar Ndiaye to a combined three offensive 
rebounds ... for the season, the Tar Heel trio 
averaged a combined 6.9 offensive rebounds 
per game ... said Mardesich after the victory 
over North Carolina, "This is just an unbeliev- 
able feeling. I never thought it would happen 
two years ago. But this is reality time. 
Everything is starting to sink in." ... against No. 
13 Florida State on Jan. 7, he scored six points 
and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds in his 
best outing of the season ... Mardesich grabbed 
a career-high tying five offensive rebounds and 
scored what proved to be the game-winning 
basket in the second half ... with just over 12 
minutes remaining, Mardesich followed a miss 



TOP SCORING GAME 




12 


vs. North Carolina, Jan. 1 4, 1 998 


12 


vs. George Washington, Dec. 8, 1 997 


10 


vs. Georgia Tech, Feb. 21, 1998 


10 


vs. Georgia Tech, Jan.21, 1998 


10 


vs. Mt. St. Mary's, Nov. 22, 1997 


9 


vs.Temple,Feb.28, 1998 


8 


vs. Arizona, March 19,1998 


8 


vs. NCState.Jan. 10, 1998 


7 


vs. Florida International., Nov. 25, 1997 



At the Acropolis Cup Tournament (July 19-22, 1998) 



Team 

Poland 
Japan 
Greece 



G-GS 

1-0 
1-0 
1-0 



FG-FGA-Pct. 

7-14-.500 
0-1 -.000 
3-9.333 



3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 
0-0-.000 
0-0- .000 



FT-FTA-Prt. 

1-2-.500 
2-2-1.00 
0-2.000 



Pts-Avg 

15-15.0 
2-2.0 
6-6.0 



OReb DReb Reb-Avg 

6 4 10-10.0 

3 2 5-5.0 

1 4 5-5.0 



PF-DQ 

3-0 
4-0 
1-0 



Asst TO Blk Stl Min 

1 2 1 26 

1 2 3 23 
1 3 26 



TOTALS 



All Games 



3-0 10-24.417 



0-0.000 



3-6.500 



23-7.7 



10 10 20-6.7 



8-0 



1 4 8 1 75 



Vear 

1997-9! 



G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

32-0 72-170.424 



3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 



FT-FTA-Pct. 

28-45.622 



Pts-Avg 

172-5.4 



OREB 

47 



DReb Reb-Avg 

91 138-4.3 



PF-DQ 

63-2 



Asst 
26 



TO Blk Stl Min 

42 20 10 582 



TOTALS 



32-0 72-170.424 



28-45.622 172-5.4 47 



91 138-4.3 63-2 26 42 20 10 582 



ACC Statistics 



Veat 

1997-98 



G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 

16-0 39-88-443 



3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

0-0-.000 



FT-FTA-Pct. 

7-15.467 



Pts-Avg 

85-5.3 



OREB 

19 



DReb Reb-Avg 

46 6S-4.1 



PF-DQ 

36-1 



Asst 

10 



TO Blk Stl 

16 11 3 



Min 
310 



TOTALS 16-0 39-88.443 



NCAA Tournament Statistics 



0-0.000 



7-15-.467 



85-5.3 



46 65-4.1 



36-1 10 16 11 3 310 



Vear 
1 997-98 
TOTALS 



GGS 

3-0 
3-0 



FG-FGA-Pct. 

5-15-333 



3pt3ptA-Pct. 

0-0.000 
0-0.000 



FT-FTA-Pct. 
4-5.800 
4-5.800 



Pts-Avg 

144.7 



DReb Reb-Avg 

3 7-2.3 

3 72.3 



PF-DQ 
5-1 
5-1 



Asst 



TO Blk Stl Min 
6 1 34 
6 1 34 



CAREER HIGI 


lL^H 


PTS 


12 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 


FGM 


5 


vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 

at Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 


FGA 


11 


at Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 


FG% 


1.00 


at Clemson (12-4-97) 
at Missouri (12-30-97) 


3FGM 







3FGA 







3FG% 







FTM 


3 


vs. Temple (2-28-98) 


FTA 


4 


vs. four teams (last vs. Temple 
2-28-98) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. five teams (last vs. 
Arizona, 3-19-98) 


OR 


5 


vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 
vs. Temple (2-28-98) 


DR 


7 


vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 


REBS 


10 


vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 
vs. Georgia Tech (2-28-98) 


AST 


3 


vs. Mt.St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 


BLK 


3 


vs.Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 


STL 


2 


vs. UNC -Wilmington (12-27-97) 
vs. Georgia Tech (2-21-98) 


MIN 


34 


vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 




46 



. 










Mike Mardesich and head strength and conditioning coach Dwight Gait. 

by Obinna Ekezie to bring the Terps to within one at 47-46 ... scored what 
proved to be the game-winning basket (after the Terps had trailed by as 
many 12 points in the second half) as he scored on a dunk after Laron 
Profit drove the right baseline, drew the defense and dished off to him ... 
the basket gave the Terps their first lead of the second half, 50-49, and they 
never trailed again ... scored 10 points as Maryland won at Georgia Tech 
on Ian. 21 ... played 28 minutes (14 in each half) as he filled in for the 
Terps' foul-plagued frontcourt starting tandem of Rodney Elliott and 
Obinna Ekezie ... Mardesich played 14 first-half minutes and scored seven 
points while Elliott and Ekezie played a combined 15 minutes and com- 
bined to score seven points ... scored an ultra-important basket, a left- 
handed bank shot, as the first half drew to a close to put the Terps up at 
the intermission, 31-29 ... Mardesich's basket stopped a 9-0 Yellow Jacket 
run and allowed Maryland to retake the lead which they held virtually the 
entire first half ... started the second half to make him the only player 
besides the regular starting five (Profit, Elliott, Ekezie, Stokes and 
Jasikevicius) and Matt Kovarik to earn a starting assignment at the begin- 
ning of a game or half during the season ... scored eight points (on four- 
of-five shooting from the field) in eight minutes played as Maryland won 
at NC State on Jan. 10 ... returned against the Wolfpack on Feb. 1 1 to share 
team-high rebounding honors with six ... scored nine points and grabbed 
a career-high tying 10 rebounds as the Terps closed the regular season 
with a victory over Temple in Baltimore on Feb. 28 ... displayed his awe- 
some future potential as he scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in 
only his third collegiate game against Mt. St. Mary's ... also dished out a 
career-high three assists against the Mount — a figure which he would 
later tie in the monumental victory over North Carolina ... 12 points came 
against UNC-Asheville on Dec. 22 in Cole Field House ... a career-high 
three blocks came against Fairleigh Dickinson on Nov. 18 in only his sec- 
ond career game. At Worcester Academy: Played one year at Worcester 
(Mass. ) Academy Prep School after playing two seasons at Conroe (Texas) 
High School ... Mike was born in California, grew up in Boston and lived 
there until moving to Texas to begin his 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 79 percent from the free 
throw line his senior season ... led the Greater Houston area in rebound- 
ing while at Conroe ... a unanimous all-star selection as he earned All- 
Greater Houston, all-county and all-district honors while being named 



Mike Mardesich's 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 





Game 


S FG-FGA 


3pt 3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR PF 


Ast 


TO Blk Stl 


Min 


South Carolina 


2-3 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


1-2 3 


1 


3 1 


1 


19 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


1-8 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3-8 


2 


3 





17 


Mt. St. Mary's 


4-6 


0-0 


2-2 


10 


2-5 2 


3 


1 1 





19 


Florida International 


3-8 


0-0 


1-2 


7 


2-5 3 


2 


2 





18 


Clemson 


3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


0-4 3 





1 2 





21 


Kansas 


1-4 


0-0 


2-4 


4 


2-7 4 


1 


2 





17 


Geo. Washington 


2-3 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


1-4 1 


2 


3 


1 


20 


UMBC 


5-10 


0-0 


0-2 


12 


3-5 1 





1 1 





22 


UNC-Asheville 


24 


0-0 


2-0 


4 


1-4 








1 


18 


UNC-Wilmington 


2-7 


0-0 


2-4 


6 


2-5 1 


1 


1 


2 


18 


Missouri 


11 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


0-3 4 





3 


1 


17 


Duke 


0-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2-3 2 











10 


Florida State 


3-8 


0-0 


0-2 


6 


5-10 2 





2 





21 


NC State 


4-5 


0-0 


2-0 


8 


0-1 





1 


t 


8 


N.Carolina 


5-9 


0-0 


0-4 


12 


2-9 1 


3 








34 


Wake Forest 


0-4 


0-0 


0-0 





1-6 5 





2 





24 


Georgia Tech 


5-11 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


1-3 3 





2 





28 


Clemson 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 





0-3 2 










10 


Duke 


3-8 


0-0 


0-1 


6 


0-3 3 










20 


Virginia 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-2 2 


1 







17 


Florida State 


2-5 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


0-2 1 










21 


NC State 


14 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


1-6 3 


1 







20 


N.Carolina 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


0-0 1 










12 


Wake Forest 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2-5 2 


2 







16 


Georgia Tech 


4-8 


0-0 


2-2 


10 


3-4 2 


2 




2 


27 


Virginia 


3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2-4 4 


1 


1 





21 


Temple 


3-8 


0-0 


3-4 


9 


5-10 2 


2 


6 





23 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1-4 











15 


N.Carolina (ACQ 


2-3 


0-0 


0-1 


4 


1-4 1 


1 


1 





15 


Utah State (NCAA) 


1-5 


0-0 


2-3 


4 


2-2 





2 





7 


Illinois (NCAA! 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


0-1 











8 


Arizona (NCAA) 


3-7 


0-0 


2-2 


8 


2-4 5 


1 


4 


1 


19 



team Most Valuable Player ... during his years in Houston, he could fre- 
quently be found working out with and learning from Hakeem Olajuwon 
and Clyde Drexler, then members of the Houston Rockets ... lists 
Olajuwon and Larry Bird as his idols ... was team captain and Most 
Valuable Player as he led 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 postsea- 
son), he averaged 33 points and 18 rebounds ... also played as a starter for 
the nationally renowned Boston Amateur Basketball Club for head coach 
Leo Papile, who is now a member of Rick Pitino's Boston Celtics staff ... 
the BABC won the Nike Invitational Prep Championship in Las Vegas in 
1993 and 1994 and has won the AAU overall national title in four of the 
last five years ... first played at Cole Field House during the Charlie Weber 
Tournament in September of 1995 ... the BABC won the championship of 
the Weber Tournament ... named a high school basketball senior All- 
America by Bill Buchalter of College Sports Magazine ... was a starter and 
helped lead the Boston entry to the championship of the 1996 Boston 
Shootout ... played in the Bean Town Collegiate Pro-Am league with Rick 
Fox and David Wesley, formerly of the Boston Celtics ... has realized dra- 
matic growth spurts during his prep career, growing from 6-3 at the end of 
his sophomore season to 6-11 at the beginning of his senior season ... a 
French Honor Society student who speaks three languages fluently and has 
studied two more ... scored 1,300 on his SAT and carried an impressive 3.4 
grade point average throughout his high school career ... is enrolled in 
Maryland's honors college and was admitted to the college of business as 
a freshman and is studying international business ... a brother, Curt, 6-6 
swingman and graduate of Archbishop Carroll Catholic High School in 
Washington, D.C., will play basketball on the collegiate level this season. 
Personal: Born on July 29, 1977 ... he is the son of Renee and Mitch 
Mardesich who live in Bethesda, Md ... also earned varsity letters in vol- 
leyball and water polo ... was accepted at Harvard University when he was 
making his collegiate choices ... major is business administration. 



47 



SOPHOMORE -Ht. 6-9 -Wt. 205 



Terence Morris 




Forward 



high school: 

Thomas Johnson, Frederick, Md. (Tom Dickman) 

birthdate: 

January 11, 1979 (Frederick, Md.) 

ON MORRIS: An All-ACC candidate as one of 
the nation's top underclassmen ... honorable 
mention All-ACC Freshman Team selection 
during his inaugural collegiate season ... his 29 
blocked shots ranked as the fourth-best single- 
season total by a Maryland freshman ... his 27 
steals was the lOth-best single-season total by a 
Terp freshman ... his 113 rebounds ranks as the 
13th-best single-season total, while his 236 
points ranked as the 15th-best single-season 
total by a Maryland freshman ... from the field, 
his 13 3-point shots made is the sixth-best total 
among Maryland freshmen and his 91 total 
field goals ranks 13th all-time by a Maryland 
freshman. As a Freshman: Honorable men- 
tion All-ACC Freshman Team selection ... aver- 
aged 7.4 points (fifth on the team) and 3.5 
rebounds (fifth on the team) ... improved 
throughout the season as he adjusted from a 
"back to the basket" offensive position to a 
"facing the basket" position upon his arrival at 
Maryland ... he had been more of an inside 
player throughout his high school career and 
adapted his game to the perimeter as the Terps' 
32-game season went on ... upped his averages 
in the second half of the season significantly as 



compared to the first 16 games of the season ... 
averaged 8.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 16.9 
minutes per game while shooting 56.4 percent 
from the field (53-94) and 40.7 percent from 3- 
point range ( 1 1-27) in the final 1 6 games of the 
season as compared to 6.4 points, 3.3 rebounds 
and 15.1 minutes per game, 47.5 percent field 
goal shooting (38-80) and 20.0 percent 3-point 
field goal shooting (2-10) in the first 16 games 
of the season ... an important part of 
Maryland's defensive success during the season 
as he spearheaded the Terps' 3-2 zone ... aver- 
aged 10.5 points and was one of five Terps to 
average in double figure scoring in the ACC 
Tournament ... on fire in the ACC Tournament 
with 21 total points when he shot 64.3 percent 
(nine-of-14) from the field ... shot a perfect 
five-of-five from the field in his ACC 
Tournament coming out party against Georgia 
Tech in the first round ... scored seven consec- 
utive points late in the first half as he helped 
ease Maryland into a 43-33 halftime lead ... 
scored on a slam dunk, a free throw, a tip-in 
and a lay-up — all in the span of 1:26 ... also 
played well against North Carolina in the semi- 
finals ... scored six second-half points and three 
in overtime as the Terps took the Tar Heels to 
the limit ... also played well in his first career 
NCAA Tournament as he averaged 6.0 points 
and 2.0 rebounds ... was perfect from the field 
against Utah State in the first round, going 
three-for-three and scoring seven points ... also 
played well against Arizona, the No. 1 seed in 
the West region, with 11 points, two blocked 
shots and two steals ... his 11 points came in 
only 15 minutes played ... hit a pair of 3-point 
shots in the closing minutes of the game as he 
displayed his awesome potential to the nation 
during the nationally televised game ... helped 
the Terps win at NC State for the fourth con- 
secutive time on Jan. 10 as he played well both 
offensively and defensively ... tied the game 
with a three-point play with 14:10 remaining 
in the second half and was placed at the top of 
the Terps' 3-2 zone which neutralized the 



At the Acropol 


s Cup Tournament (July 19-22, 1998) 






















Team 

Poland 
Japan 
Greece 


G-GS FG-FGA-Pct. 3pt-3ptA-Prt. FT-FTA-Prt. Pts-Avg 
1-0 3-7.429 1-3-.333 1-2-.500 8-8.0 
1-0 4-8-.500 1-3-.333 0-0-.000 9-9.0 
1-0 1-3-.333 0-0-.000 0-0-.000 2 2.0 


OReb 
2 

2 
3 


DReb Reb-Avg PF-DQ 
3 5-5.0 0-0 
2 4-4.0 3-0 
3-3.0 0-0 


Asst 
2 
2 



TO Bill 

2 

3 

1 1 


Stl 
1 
1 
1 


Min 

16 
19 
15 


TOTALS 


3-0 8-18 


-.444 2-6 


.333 1-2- 


.500 


19-6.3 


7 


5 12-4.0 


3-0 


4 


3 4 


3 


SO 


All Games 








Year G-GS 

1997-98 32-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 
91-174.523 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

13-37-351 


FT-FTA-Prt. 

41-59-.695 


Pts-Avg 

236-7.4 


0REB 

47 


DReb 

66 


Reb-Avg 

113-3.5 


PF-DQ 

57-2 


Asst 

25 


TO 

46 


Blk 

29 


Stl 
27 


Min 

511 


TOTALS 32-0 

ACC Statistics 


91-174.523 


13-37.351 


41-59- .695 


236-7.4 


47 


66 


113-3.5 


57-2 


25 


46 


29 


27 


511 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 16-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 
48-92.522 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 
7-17.412 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

17-24-.708 


Pts-Avg 

120-7.5 


0REB 

22 


DReb 

36 


Reb-Avg 

58-3.6 


PF-DQ 

27-1 


Asst 

1 


TO 

24 


Blk 

10 


Stl 

9 


Min 

274 


TOTALS 16-0 48-92.522 

NCAA Tournament Statistics 


7-17.412 


17-24.708 


120-7.5 


22 


36 


58-3.6 


27-1 


11 


24 


10 


9 


274 


Year G-GS 

1997-98 3-0 


FG-FGA-Pct. 
7-14.500 


3pt-3ptA-Pct. 

3-7-,429 


FT-FTA-Pct. 

1-2-.500 


Pts-Avg 

18-6.0 


0REB 

3 


DReb 

3 


Reb-Avg 

6-2.0 


PF-DQ 

6-1 


Asst 

3 


TO 

4 


Blk 

4 


Stl 

2 


Min 

39 



Wolfpack's 3-point shooting prowess ... head 
coach Gary Williams went to the 3-2 zone with 
Morris at the point on the play right before 
Morris' three-point play ... Maryland 
outscored NC State, 15-1, over the next five 
minutes ... Morris was the key to the zone with 
his 6-foot-8 wingspan designed to disrupt the 
Wolfpack's outside shooters ... "In the zone, my 
job is to contest shots and defend the passes 
out on top. It gave our opponent a different 
look," Morris said after the win over NC State 
... Williams used the zone with Morris at the 
point throughout the remainder of the season 
and it achieved great success ... was outstand- 
ing in his first career game against the nation's 
No. 1 team, North Carolina ... scored 10 points, 
including three in overtime, and blocked two 
shots to help lead the Terps to the victory ... 
scored on a "raise the roof" alley-oop dunk off 
an assist from Sarunas Jasikevicius which tied 
the game at 80 with 3:40 remaining in the extra 
session ... added a free throw with 50.6 seconds 
remaining in overtime to put Maryland up 85- 
82 ... played the final 4:01 of the overtime in 
helping the Terps' smothering defense hold the 
Tar Heels to seven total points and holding 
National Player-of-the-Year Antawn Jamison 



|= TOTALS 



3-0 



7-14.500 



1-2.500 



18-6.0 



6-2.0 



CAREER HIGHS 




PTS 


20 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


FGM 


6 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 

at North Carolina (2-14-98) 
vs. Wake Forest (2-19-98) 


FGA 


12 


at North Carolina (2-14-98) 


FG% 


1.00 


vs. Utah State (3-12-98) 
vs. Georgia Tech (3-6-98) 
at NC State (1-10-98) 


3FGM 


4 


at North Carolina (2-14-98) 


3FGA 


6 


at North Carolina (2-14-98) 
vs. Arizona (3-19-98) 


3FG% 


1.00 


vs.Georgia Tech (3-6-98) 

at Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 

vs. UNC- Wilmington (12-27-97) 


FTM 


8 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
at Duke (1-29-98) 


FTA 


10 


vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
at Duke (1-29-98) 


FT% 


1.00 


vs. six teams (last vs. 
Georgia Tech, 3-6-98) 


OR 


3 


vs. eight teams (last vs. 
North Carolina, 3-7-98) 


DR 


7 


at Duke (1-29-98) 


REBS 


10 


at Duke (1-29-98) 


AST 


3 


vs. Duke (1-3-98) 
vs. Wake (2-19-98) 


BLK 


3 


vs. South Carolina (11-14-97) 


STL 


3 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 


MIN 


25 


vs. North Carolina (3-7-98) 



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Terence Morris' 1997-98 Game by Game Statistics 



Terence Morris and assistant professor of Art Claudia Damonte. 

to one point ... continued his torrid play with 13 points in 16 minutes as 
the Terps beat Georgia Tech in Atlanta on Jan. 21 ... scored six second-half 
points which allowed Maryland to take as much as a nine-point lead ... his 
13 points against the Jackets came on a night when several Terp starters 
struggled with foul trouble ... scored his ACC season high of 16 points 
against North Carolina in Chapel Hill ... he shot six-of-12 from the field 
and four-of-six from the 3-point line to lead the Terps in scoring for the 
first time during his career ... his four 3-point shots made against the Tar 
Heels ranks as his career best ... helped spur Maryland's near miraculous 
come-back against Wake Forest on Feb. 19 ... played 13 second-half min- 
utes including the majority of the final five minutes ... re-entered the game 
with the Terps down by 15 with 4:57 remaining and helped put the Terps 
in position to tie the contest ... hit a long jumper with 1:36 remaining to 
pull Maryland within 10 at 73-63 ... forced a Wake Forest turnover which 
led directly to a Laron Profit 3-point shot that brought the Terps within 
80-73 with 37.8 seconds remaining ... scored on a follow-up dunk with 
31.4 seconds remaining to pull the Terps within five ... stole the ensuing 
inbounds pass and scored on a bank shot to bring the score to 80-77 with 
26.1 seconds remaining ... the Demon Deacons won the game, 83-79 ... 
scored 1 1 points in only his fourth collegiate game against Florida 
International and hit the 20-point plateau on Dec. 22 against UNC- 
Asheville ... a career-high three steals came against Fairleigh Dickinson 
and UNC-Asheville, while his career-high of three blocked shots came in 
the season opener against South Carolina ... blocked at least one shot in 
the first 10 games of the season and had five blocked shots in three games 
against North Carolina. At Thomas Johnson: A second team Ail- 
American and the eighth best collegiate prospect in the nation by Bob 
Gibbons following his senior season ... a fourth team Ail-American by 
Parade Magazine following his senior season ... also named as the 31st best 
prep player in the nation by Parade ... rated as the 25th best high school 
player in the nation by The Sporting News ... averaged 19.5 points, 12.9 
rebounds, 5 blocked shots and 3.9 assists in leading Thomas Johnson to a 
22-5 record his senior season ... scored 1,509 points during his 79-game 
career for a 19.1 career points per game average ... grabbed 1,028 career 
rebounds for a 13.0 rebounds per game average during his prep career ... 
shot 62.7 percent (592-944) from the field during his career ... played for 
the Capital All-Star team in the Capital Classic at USAirways Arena fol- 
lowing his senior season and scored a team-high 20 points, grabbed a 
team-high 10 rebounds and blocked a team-high three shots ... shot eight 
of 10 from the field including three-of-three from 3-point range ... played 
in the Magic Johnson Roundball Classic at the Palace of Auburn Hills 
where he scored 12 points on a perfect five-of-five shooting from the field. 



Game S FG-FGA 


3pt-3ptA 


FT-FTA 


PTS 


OR-TR PF 


Ast 1 


Blk Stl 


Min 


South Carolina 


1-5 


1-2 


0-0 


3 







1 3 


1 


22 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


4-8 


0-2 


0-1 


8 







2 1 


3 


15 


Ml. Si. Marys 


3-6 


0-0 


3-4 


9 




2 


1 1 





19 


Florida International 


4-6 


0-0 


3-4 


11 




2 


1 


2 


17 


Clemson 


3-5 


0-1 


0-0 


6 




1 


3 1 





20 


Kansas 


1-4 


0-1 


1-2 


3 







2 1 


l 


16 


Geo. Washington 


0-1 


0-1 


3-4 


3 




1 


1 





10 


UMBC 


3-7 


0-0 


1-2 


7 




2 


3 1 


2 


17 


UNC-Ashe»ille 


6-7 


0-0 


8-10 


20 




1 


1 1 


3 


17 


UNC-Wilmington 


2-4 


0-1 


2-2 


6 




1 


2 1 





9 


Missouri 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 







2 


1 


9 


Duke 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 




3 


6 2 


1 


17 


Florida State 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


4 













7 


NC State 


1-1 


0-0 


1-1 


3 




1 








11 


N.Carolina 


4-5 


1-1 


1-3 


10 







2 2 





18 


Wake Forest 


2-8 


0-1 


0-0 


4 







1 





17 


Georgia Tech 


5-9 


1-1 


2-2 


13 




1 





1 


16 


Clemson 


2-5 


1-2 


2-2 


7 




1 


1 1 





13 


Duke 


2-5 


0-1 


8-10 


12 


3-10 3 





2 





19 


Virginia 


4-7 


0-0 


0-0 


8 




1 





1 


19 


Florida State 


4-5 


0-1 


2-2 


10 













19 


NC State 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 







4 1 


1 


15 


N.Carolina 


6-12 


4-6 


0-0 


16 







1 1 


2 


24 


Wake Forest 


6-7 


0-1 


0-0 


12 




3 


3 


2 


24 


Georgia lech 


3-6 


0-1 


1-2 


7 







1 





16 


Virginia 


2-5 


0-1 


0-0 


4 







2 


1 


19 


Temple 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


4 




1 


1 1 





10 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


5-5 


1-1 


1-1 


12 







2 1 


1 


12 


N.Carolina (ACC) 


4-9 


1-4 


0-1 


9 




1 


1 2 


2 


25 


Utah State (NCAA) 


3-3 


0-0 


1-2 


7 




1 


1 2 





16 


Illinois (NCAA) 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 





0-0 


1 








8 


Arizona (NCAA) 


4-8 


3-6 


0-0 


11 


1-2 1 


1 


3 2 


2 


15 


Personal: Born J; 


n. 11, 1979 ... his full 


namt 


is Terence Da 


rea Mori 


is ... 



the oldest of seven children (four younger brothers and two younger 
sisters) ... has lived his entire life in the state of Maryland ... Terence is the 
son of Roxanne Bright ... major is letters and sciences. 




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FRESHMAN -Ht.6-8-Wt.250 



Lonny Baxter 



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Power 
Forward 




high school: 

Anacostia, Washington, D.C. (Thomas Hargrove) 

Hargrave Military Academy (Scott Shepherd) 

birthdate: 

January 27, 1979 

ON BAXTER: "He's your prototypical scoring 
power forward. He has a variety of low-post 
moves that adds another dimension to 
Maryland. Lonny is a solid, low-post scoring 
four man. This is a great addition for 
Maryland and a great move for Lonny Baxter," 
said noted high school scout Dan Painter ... 
ranked among the top 12 post player prospects 
in the nation by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons 
... selected to the all-star team at the prestigious 
Adidas/ ABCD Camp prior to his 1997-98 sea- 
son at Hargrave ... averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 
rebounds to place among the top three players 
in the camp in both categories ... also ranked 
among the camp leaders with a 53 percent field 
goal shooting percentage ... played in the Big- 
Time Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev., prior to 
his post-graduate season at Hargrave ... led 
Washington Team Assault to the championship 
game of the 1997 BET Pro-Am D.C. Summer 
Classic Tournament ... played as a member of 
the Capital All-Star team in the Capital Classic 
at MCI Center at the conclusion of his senior 
season ... scored six points, grabbed six 
rebounds, blocked three shots and added one 
steal during the game. At Hargrave Military 
Academy: Spent one post-graduate season at 
Hargrave ... averaged 21 points and 11 
rebounds and two blocked shots while shoot- 
ing 85 percent from the free-throw line and 48 
percent from the field ... helped lead Hargrave 
to a 23-1 record ... played alongside Korleone 
Young who bypassed college and was a 1998 
NBA draft choice of the Detroit Pistons ... 
scored his season high of 28 points and 
grabbed his season high of 15 rebounds against 
Fork Union Military Academy on Dec. 12 ... 
lauded for his offensive rebounding skills as an 
estimated 65 percent of his rebounds came off 
the offensive glass ... also displayed his strong 
offensive ability as many of his points came on 
offensive put-backs. At Anacostia: Played his 
senior season at Anacostia in Washington, D.C. 
... averaged 18.2 points and eight rebounds 
during his only season at the school ... second- 
team All-Metro by the Washington Post ... led 



Anacostia to the D.C. city championship in a 
game played in his future home of Cole Field 
House ... was selected as the MVP of the city 
championship game as he scored a career-high 
35 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked 
two shots ... Baxter made 13-of-20 shots during 
the game, mostly by maneuvering inside a 
packed-in zone defense ... Anacostia, which 
finished with a 26-8 record, was the No. 1- 
ranked team in the area at the end of the sea- 
son as selected by the Washington Post ... Baxter 
helped Anacostia leapfrog over Gonzaga, 
which entered the game ranked No. 1 in the 
area, and take the top position in the final poll 
of the season ... also led Anacostia to the D.C. 
Interscholastic Athletic Association champi- 
onship and a 26-8 overall record ... scored 30 
points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked 



four shots as Anacostia defeated Cardozo for 
the DCIAA championship ... helped the 
Indians to the championship of the Bullis 
School Holiday Classic ... Baxter scored 20 
points in the championship final to help lead 
Anacostia past the host school, Bullis ... scored 
24 points in a 72-55 victory over Spingarn ... in 
scoring his 24 points against Spingarn, Baxter 
made 12-of- 15 shots, had 10 rebounds and 
blocked four shots. At Richard Montgomery: 
Played his junior season at Richard 
Montgomery High School in Rockville, Md ... 
first team All-Montgomery County selection 
by the Washington Post. Personal: Born Jan. 27, 
1979 ... he is the son of Edna Hughes and 
Lonny Baxter, Sr. ... his full name is Lonny 
Leroy Baxter ... major is letters and sciences. 








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JUNIOR- Ht. 6-3 -Wt. 19 



Steve Francis 




Guard 



Allegany (Md.) Community College (Bob Kirk) 

high school: 

Blair High School, Silver Spring, Md, (Dale Lambert) 

birthoate: 

February 21, 1978 (Silver Spring, Md.) 

ON FRANCIS: "He's 6-3, which is an excellent 
size for a point guard. He's also an explosive 
leaper and an excellent defender. He is the 
prototype all-around, big-time point guard. 
There is nothing average about him," said Lou 
Wilson, his AAU coach ... the first player to 
take two unbeaten teams (San Jacinto as a 
freshman and Allegany as a sophomore) into 
the national junior college championship 
tournament. As a Sophomore: Attended 
Allegany (Md.) Community College during 
the 1997-98 season ... named as a first-team 
NJCAA Ail-American ... averaged 25.3 points, 
8.7 assists, 7.1 rebounds and 5.3 steals this past 
season ... shot 53 percent from the field and 82 
percent (204 of 248) from the free-throw line 
... established Allegany season and school 
records for points (885), steals (187) and free- 
throws made (204) ... Allegany was ranked No. 
2 in the nation for much of his sophomore sea- 
son ... scored 66 points in two games of the 
NJCAA tournament, the fourth-highest two- 
game total in the history of the tournament ... 
a quadruple-double of 24 points, 11 assists, 10 
rebounds and 10 steals came in an upset over 
then No. 2 ranked Vincennes (Ind.) on Nov. 16 
... an early-season triple-double of 28 points, 
1 1 assists and 1 1 steals came as Allegany 
defeated Dundalk, 116-61 ... helped Allegany 
close out its first unbeaten regular season as he 
scored 22 points and added 12 assists to lead 
the Trojans to a 92-60 victory over Hagerstown 
on Feb. 21 ... helped Allegany advance to the 
junior college national tournament in 
Hutchinson, Kan., as he scored 65 points in 
two District III regional championship games 
... scored 24 against Essex Community College 
and added an incredible 41 points against 
Champlaign (N.Y.) Community College ... 
Francis hit seven-of-nine 3-point shots against 
Champlaign ... hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to 
lead Allegany past DeKalb (S.C.) Community 
College on Jan. 3 ... scored 23 points, grabbed 
five rebounds, had five steals and three assists 
as Allegany defeated DeKalb ... followed his 
performance against DeKalb with a 22-point, 



five-rebound, four-assist, four-steal perfor- 
mance against Beaver (Pa.) CC ... scored 34 
points against Hagerstown Junior College late 
in the season ... put on a breathtaking perfor- 
mance against Harford (Md.) Community 
College as Allegany improved to 24-0 ... scored 
20 points, had 10 assists, eight rebounds and 
four steals as Allegany defeated Harford, 92-45 
... called the "best point guard we've ever had at 
Allegany and potentially the best player ever 
here" by Allegany head coach Bob Kirk ... 
Allegany has produced Eric Mobley 
(Milwaukee Bucks) and John Turner (Houston 
Rockets), who were first-round NBA draft 
choices ... in addition, four of the school's for- 
mer point guards were named first-team 
NJCAA Division I All-Americans ... a )UCO 
All-American entering his only season at 
Allegany by the Sporting News and Street and 
Smith's Magazine. As a Freshman: Attended 
San Jacinto (Texas) Junior College during the 
1996-97 season ... averaged 13.5 points, a 
team-high 7.1 assists and 6.6 rebounds in lead- 
ing the Ravens to a 36-1 overall record ... a 
first-team N)CAA All-Region IV selection who 
was also a first-team All-Texas/New Mexico 



Conference team choice ... in the NJCAA tour- 
nament he scored 13 points to lead the Ravens 
past Hutchinson, 60-53, in the first round ... 
added 13 points to lead San Jacinto past 
Connors (Okla.) State in the quarterfinals ... 
led the team to the finals with a stellar perfor- 
mance against Northern Idaho before the 
Ravens fell to Indian Hills (Iowa) in the cham- 
pionship finals ... San Jacinto ranked No. 2 in 
the final NJCAA regular season poll behind 
Allegany (Md.) Community College. At Blair 
High School: Did not play during his senior 
year after the death of his mother, Brenda 
Wilson, and missed his entire junior season 
after breaking his ankle at the start of the sea- 
son ... was a third-string performer as a sopho- 
more ... it was not until after his high school 
graduation that his stock began to shoot sky- 
ward ... played for Team Maryland in the 1996 
19-and-under AAU National Championships 
in Winter Haven, Fla. ... earned all-tournament 
honors as he averaged 18 points, seven assists 
and five rebounds to attract the attention of 
the junior college world. Personal: Born Feb. 
21, 1978 ... Steve's grandmother is Mable 
Wilson ... major is criminal justice. 




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FRESHMAN • Ht. 6-3 -Wt. 152 



Juan Dixon 



5 



Guard 




high school: 

Calvert Hall, Baltimore, Md. (Mark Amatucci) 



birthdate: 

October 9, 1978 (Baltimore, Md.) 



ON DIXON: "He was capable of carrying us 
offensively and he's also a good defender. He 
proved himself to be one of the top five guards 
in the country," said his high school coach 
Mark Amatucci ... two-time first-team All- 
Metro selection by the Baltimore Sun ... origi- 
nally signed with Maryland during the fall 
1996 recruiting period ... spent last season as a 



senior seasons ... Calvert Hall won consecutive 
MIAA A conference championships with 
Dixon in the lineup ... named the Most 
Valuable Player at the Eastern States Christmas 
Tournament his senior season ... played in the 
Capital Classic at USAirways Arena where he 
scored four points, grabbed three rebounds, 
had two assists and one steal ... scored a career- 
high 46 points against Washington, D.C. city 
champion Anacostia in December of his senior 
season in the Gonzaga/D.C. Boy's Basketball 
Classic ... his 46 points was a tournament 
record and he tied the tournament record with 
eight 3-point field goals made ... Anacostia was 
ranked No. 1 in D.C. at the time of the contest 
... scored a game-high 26 points to lead Calvert 
Hall past Good Counsel, 56-49, in the opening 
round of the early season Towson Catholic 
Tip-Off Tournament ... scored 29 points, had 
eight assists and five steals to lead then No. 2 
Calvert Hall past then No. 15 St. Paul's, 57-49, 
as a senior ... was six of seven from the line and 
scored 10 consecutive second quarter points to 
propel the Cardinals ... scored 20 points (10 in 
each half), grabbed eight rebounds, dished out 
three assists and had three steals against 10th- 



ranked Broadneck in a 54-42 victory ... named 
tournament Most Valuable Player as he rallied 
Calvert Hall to the championship of the Bishop 
McCorriston Tournament ... scored 27 points 
to lead the Cardinals past the host team in a 60- 
55 championship game victory ... led Calvert 
Hall back from a 26- 1 8 half time deficit to gain 
the championship victory ... led all scorers with 
20 points to lead the Cardinals to a 71-53 vic- 
tory over Archbishop Spaulding ... played his 
freshman season at Lake Clifton High School 
before transferring to Calvert Hall ... signed 
with Maryland during the fall 1996 recruiting 
period ... the first player from Calvert Hall to 
attend an ACC school since Duane Ferrell 
played at Georgia Tech from 1985-88 ... a 
brother, Phil, was a Division III All-American 
at Shenandoah (Va.) College where he estab- 
lished school records for career points (2,297) 
and assists (889). Personal: Born Oct. 9, 1978 
... he is guided by his grandparents Roberta 
Graves, Winonia Dixon and Warnick Graves; 
aunts Janice Dixon, Shelia Dixon, Sherrice 
Driver and Victoria Roles; uncles Mark Smith, 
Tony Dixon, and, most importantly, brother 
Phil Dixon ... major is letters and sciences. 



redshirt member of 
the team and begins 
the 1998-99 season 
with four full years of 
eligibility remaining 
... joined the team last 
winter following the 
first semester and 
practiced with the 
team throughout the 
remainder of the sea- 
son ... first-team All- 
Baltimore 
City/County selection 
by the Baltimore Sun 
following his stellar 
junior and senior sea- 
sons ... first-team All- 
Catholic League and 
All-Catholic League 
Tournament selection 
... scored 1,590 total 
career points ... scored 
790 points and aver- 
aged 23.4 points and 
4.5 rebounds during 
his senior season ... 
shot nearly 90 percent 
from the free-throw 
line as a senior ... 
averaged 21.9 points 
while shooting 47 
percent from the field 
as a junior ... led 
Calvert Hall to the 
Catholic League 

Tournament finals 
during his sopho- 
more, junior and 




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FRESHMAN • Ht. 6-8 -Wt. 205 



Danny Miller 




Guard 



high school: 

Rancocas Valley, N.J. (Ron Powell) 



birthdate: 

March 18, 1980 (Mt. Holly, NJ.) 



ON MILLER: "He's just a great all-around 
player. We asked him to do everything for our 
team — score, rebound and dive on the floor. 
You name it. He did it and did it with intensi- 
ty," said his high school coach Ron Powell fol- 
lowing Miller's spectacular senior season ... 
averaged 20.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.4 
assists per game while shooting 45.1 percent 
from the floor as a senior ... a consensus All- 
America selection his senior season who 
appeared on all of the national lists of the top 
prep players ... an All-America selection by 
each of the four major national raters ... select- 
ed as a member of the McDonald's All- 
America team, the USA Today Super 25 squad 
and the Parade Magazine and Street and Smith's 
Magazine Ail-American teams ... his selection 
by each of the four lists placed him in a presti- 
gious class of high school players who will have 
attended the University of Maryland or any of 
the nine ACC schools ... was selected as one of 
only 24 players from among 1,500 nominees 
from across the nation to participate in the 
McDonald's Game ... also named the South 
New Jersey Player of the Year ... the top high 
school guard in the state of New Jersey ... was 
ranked among the nation's top 15 high school 
players by nationally renowned Bob Gibbons' 
recruiting services throughout his senior sea- 
son and was ranked as the 1 lth-best player by 
the end of the year by the Gibbons service ... 
led Rancocas Valley to state championships 
during his sophomore and senior seasons ... 
RV won the Burlington County Scholastic 
League Liberty Division title, the South Jersey 
and state Group IV Championships and 
advanced to the semifinals of the state 
Tournament of Champions ... averaged 28.0 
points and 12 rebounds in the playoffs during 
his senior season ... established the single-sea- 
son school record for points in a single season 
(609) and points in a career (1,508) ...played in 
12 state tournament games and led RV to a 
perfect 12-0 record ... led RV to a 69-14 overall 
record during his three-year varsity career ... 
his 18.4 points per game career scoring average 
is also a school record ... scored six 



double/doubles as a senior including 24 points 
and 12 rebounds against Pittman in an over- 
time game in the Tournament of Champions ... 
RV was the top-seeded public school in the 
TOC ... in the second overtime, Miller blocked 
a shot (and scored on the ensuing possession), 
took a charge and scored the first sfx points of 
the extra session as RV advanced to the semifi- 
nals of the tournament ... Miller's 20 points 
against Pittman gave him the single-season 
school record for points in a season — break- 
ing a record which had stood for 19 years ... in 
establishing the school career record with 
1,508 points, he broke the previous record 
which had stood for 34 years ... averaged 28.0 
points in the first three tournament games of 
his senior season with back-to-back-to-back 
performances of 35, 22 and 27-point efforts at 
the prestigious Slam Dunk to the Beach Classic 
in Lewes, Del., during December of his senior 
season ... his 27-point effort came against 
Chambersburg (Pa.) High School ... was 10-of- 
18 from the field and played both center 
(claiming 10 rebounds) and point guard (dish- 
ing off four assists and registering five steals) ... 
Rancocas Valley overcame a nine-point first 
half deficit in the second half as Miller was 
moved to the point guard position ... scored his 



season high of 37 against Philadelphia 
Christian on Dec. 22 ... tied his season high 
with 37 points and nine rebounds against 
Burlington City on Feb. 26 ... scored 25 points 
as RV defeated Steinert to advance to the 
Group IV Championship game ... scored 16 
points, grabbed 12 rebounds and added six 
assists as RV defeated JFK of Paterson in the 
state championship game ... Miller was named 
the tournament MVP ... played with the New 
Jersey All-Stars AAU team ... said All-Stars head 
coach Frank Berg of Miller: "He's the best high 
school two-guard in the country. He handles 
the ball better than any point guard and shoots 
better than any two guard. We put him at the 
two-guard because he is unstoppable." ... aver- 
aged 28.3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.7 assists 
as a junior at RV. Personal: Born March 18, 
1980 and is the son of Rose and Mick Miller ... 
his older brother, Greg, is a guard at the 
University of Delaware ... father, Mick, and a 
brother, Mike, both played at Muhlenberg 
College in Allentown, Pa ... Scored 1,240 on the 
SAT ... was a roommate of teammate Lonny 
Baxter as the two prepared to play in the 
Capital Classic at MCI Center in Washington, 
D.C. in April of his senior season ... major is 
letters and sciences. 




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THIS IS MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



Community Service 



Many of the members of the men's basketball team participate in Team 
Maryland. 

Team Maryland is a class taught in conjunction with the campus' 
Academy for Political Leadership in which student-athletes are exposed to 
leadership and public speaking skills and techniques. The program con- 
sists of a group of volunteer student-athletes who learn about the chal- 
lenges of children in the community by speaking to different elementary 
students on various aspects of growing up and the importance of educa- 
tion. 

In conjunction with the campus' center for Political Leadership, the 
players are taught leadership skills and public speaking techniques to use 
in their school-based presentations. In addition to visits to elementary 
schools, Team Maryland regularly hosts visits from local elementary aged 
school children. 



Doug Roberts 



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Members of TEAM MARYLAND are accustomed to receiving good 
coaching, but not just on the field. Doug Roberts has been a well-known 
actor, director and media speech consultant in the Washington-Baltimore 

area for the past twenty- 
five years, and is presendy 
the speech coach for the 
program. 

As a media talent 
coach, Roberts' clients 
have included governors, 
senatorial and congres- 
sional candidates, and the 
Attorney General of the 
United States. In addition, 
his service also has been 
called on by corporate 
clients such as Proctor 
and Gamble, Maryland 
Public Broadcasting, and 
The Babe Ruth Museum. 
Furthermore, Roberts is 
not a stranger to the ath- 
letic setting — he has 
coached both executives 
and athletes in the 
Baltimore Orioles and 
Colts organizations. 

By drawing on this 
previous experience and 
being sensitive to the 
needs of athletes, Roberts 
has designed a program 
that allows team mem- 
bers to choose a message 
they can develop on their 
own and feel comfort- 
able presenting to young 
people. 

Each semester, Doug 
schedules an afternoon 
workshop and individual 
meetings with each ath- 
lete to design talks that 
are both appropriate and 
effective for elementary 
and secondary students. 
TEAM MARYLAND 
and Doug Roberts realize 
the impact that these 
athletes have on students 
that listen, and we are 
careful to ensure that the 
student-athletes are well 
prepared. 



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JUNE 13, 1989 

Gary Williams is named Maryland's sev- 
enth head coach. He becomes only the 
second former Terp player and only the 
third alumnus to be named head coach. 

NOV. 25, 1989 

Maryland defeats 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. 

DEC. 24, 1989 

Maryland defeats Cal State-Sacramento, 
98-68, to complete a three-game tourna- 
ment sweep and help lead Maryland to 
the championship of the Chaminade 
Christmas Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

JAN. 4, 1990 

Maryland defeats 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. 

JAN. 10, 1990 

Maryland defeats No. 10 North Carolina, 
98-88, to gain his first victory over a 
ranked team as Maryland's head coach. 

MARCH 15, 1990 

Maryland defeats 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 postseason in his first 
year as Maryland's head coach. 

MARCH 19, 1990 

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

JUNE 27, 1990 

Ferrod Mustaf selected as the No. 17 over- 
all pick in the 1990 NBA Draft by the New 
York Knicks. 

DEC. 29, 1990 

Williams guides the Terps to victories 
over Rutgers (86-81) and South Carolina 
(78-69) to gain the championship of the 
ECAC Holiday Festival in New York City's 
famed Madison Square Garden. 



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MARCH 2, 1991 

Williams closes his second season with a 
16-12 overall record, making him only the 
second head coach in school history to 
record winning seasons in each of his first 
two years. 

MARCH 1,1992 

Maryland defeats No. 10 North Carolina 
(82-80) at home. 



JUNE 24, 1992 

Ail-American Walt Williams selected as 
the No. 7 overall pick in the 1992 NBA 
Draft by the Sacramento Kings. 



JAN. 19, 1993 

Maryland defeats No. 12 Oklahoma (89- 
78) at the Baltimore Arena. 

NOV. 26, 1993 

Maryland defeats No. 15 Georgetown, 84- 
83, in overtime at USAir Arena. 







JAN. 17, 1994 

Maryland is 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 is named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the first time since 1988, 
earning the No. 10 seed in the Midwest 
Region. 

MARCH 17, 1994 

Maryland defeats Saint Louis, 74-66, in his 
first NCAA Tournament game as the 
Terps' head coach. 

MARCH 19,1994 

Maryland defeats 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. 

NOV. 7, 1994 

Williams signs a seven-year contract 
extension. 



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MEN 



Rank 


Team 


Record 


Points 


1. 


Kansas (29) 


16-1 


1.552 


2. 


UCLA (26) 


11-0 


1.514 


3. 


Arkansas (3) 


12-1 


1.458 


4. 


North Carolina (1) 13 2 


1.425 


5. 


Duke (2) 


11-1 


1.393 


6. 


Massachusetts (4) 131 


1.360 


7. 


Kentucky 


13 2 


1.226 


8. 


Indiana 


10-2 


1.160 


9. 


Arizona 


132 


1.050 


10. 


Connecticut 


14-1 


949 


11. 


Temple 


92 


917 


12. 


Purdue 


14- 1 


879 


13. 


Louisville 


12-2 


843 


14. 


Wisconsin 


12-1 


788 


15. 


Michigan 


113 


787 


16. 


Syracuse 


10-2 


536 


17. 


Georgia Tech 


10-4 


524 


18. 


Ala Birmingham 13-1 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


11-4 


318 


21. 


California 


10-3 


316 


22. 


Xavier, Ohio 


11-1 


256 


23. 


St. Louis 


140 


254 


24. 


West Virginia 


10-2 


172 


•25. 


Maryland 


10-3 


130 



Others receiving votes: Boston College 
124. Oklahoma St 74. Florida 66. Illinois 
n 42. Ne 
ppi St 14, 
. Michigan 
abama 3, 
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ce 2, Tn 




DEC. 26, 1994 

Maryland is 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. 




Tuesday, December 27, 1994 



AP TOP 25 MEN 


Rnk. School 


Record 


Pts. 


1. N.Carolina (56) 


7-0-0 


1,590 


2. UCLA (5) 


5-0-0 


1,506 


3. Arkansas (3) 


8-1-0 


1,462 


4. Massachusetts 


5-1-0 


1,419 


5. Kentucky 


5-1-0 


1,328 


6. Kansas 


7-1-0 


1,229 


7. Duke 


6-1-0 


1,197 


8. Connecticut 


5-0-0 


1,185 


9. Maryland 


8-2-0 


1,024 


10. Arizona 


7-2-0 


989 


11. Syracuse 


7-1-0 


942 


12. Georgetown 


5-1-0 


816 



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JAN. 22, 1995 

Maryland defeats NC State, 84-67, at 
Raleigh to gain his 300th career coaching 
victory. 

FEB. 7, 1995 

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

FEB. 22, 1995 

Maryland defeats NC 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 the 
No. 3 seed in the West Region. 

MARCH 13, 1995 

Maryland is 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. 

MARCH 18, 1995 

Maryland defeats Texas, 82-68, to advance 
to the NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" for 
the second consecutive season. It marked 
the first time since the 1984 and 1985 sea- 
sons that the program had advanced to a 
regional semifinal in two consecutive sea- 
sons. 

JUNE 28, 1995 

Unanimous National Player of the Year 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 
overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in 
Toronto. 

FEB. 6, 1996 

Maryland defeats No. 1 1 North Carolina, 
84-78, for his ninth win over a ranked 
team in the last three seasons. 

MARCH 11, 1996 

Maryland named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the third consecutive sea- 
son, earning the No. 7 seed in the West 
Region. 



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Maryland defeats George Washington, 74- 
68, to claim the championship of the 
Franklin National Bank/Children's 
Charities Classic. 

MARCH 7, 1997 

Maryland defeats No. 13 Clemson in the 
quarterfinal round of the ACC 
Tournament to gain his 350th career 
coaching victor)'. 

MARCH 9, 1997 

Maryland is named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the school-record tying 
fourth consecutive season, earning the 
No. 5 seed in the Midwest Region. 

JUNE 26, 1997 

Third-team Ail-American Keith Booth 
selected in the first round (29th pick over- 
all) in the 1997 NBA Draft by the Chicago 
Bulls. 

DEC. 7, 1998 

Maryland defeats No. 2 Kansas, 86-83, in 
the first round of the Franklin National 
Bank/Children's Charities Classic in the 
newly opened MCI Center. 

JAN. 14, 1998 

Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 
89-83 (OT), for his second victory over 
the nations No. 1- ranked team in three 
tries. 

MARCH 1,1998 

Williams is named Atlantic Coast 
Conference Coach of the Year by ACC 
Athlete Magazine. 

MARCH 8, 1998 

Maryland is named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the school-record fifth 
consecutive season, earning the No. 4 seed 
in the West Region. 



MARCH 14, 1998 

Maryland defeats No. 22 Illinois to 
advance to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the third time in the last 
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A ticket to the annual Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament has long been considered one of the toughest 
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For the third consecutive season, the ACC 
was the nation's top ranked conference from the 
start to the finish of the 1997-98 season as tabu- 
lated by the RPI Report. The RPI Report also 
tabulated the ACC as having played the nation's 
toughest overall schedule as a conference. 

HIGHEST RPI EVER 

Prior to the 1998 NCAA Tournament, the 
ACC had a .6047 RPI rating which was the high- 
est pre-NCAA Tournament rating achieved 
since the start of the RPI Report. The ACC has 
been the highest rated pre-NCAA Tournament 
conference in 10 of the last 14 years. 

ACC NO. 1 ACROSS THE RPI RATING BOARD 

The ACC was the first conference, since the 
RPI Report began listing five categories in 1995, 
to be ranked first in all five of the report's statis- 
tical categories. The ACC ranked first in 
Division I winning percentage, schedule 
strength, opponents' strength of schedule, non- 
league schedule and non-league RPI. 

ACC IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

The ACC had more teams (seven) than any 
other conference earn at least one ranking dur- 
ing the 1997-98 season. Maryland, North 
Carolina, Duke, Florida State, Clemson and 
Wake Forest were all ranked at one point during 
the season. 

ACC NO. 1 1N THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

There have been 778 Associated Press polls 
since the first on Jan. 20, 1949. The ACC, despite 
annually having the smallest membership total, 
is the most ranked conference in the nation with 
2,159 listings. 



ACC WITH SEVEN TEAMS IN THE 
ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

The ACC became the first conference in his- 
tory to have seven teams in the Associated Press 
poll during two consecutive weeks during the 
1997-98 season. Maryland, North Carolina, 
Duke, Florida State, Clemson, Wake Forest and 
Georgia Tech were each ranked in the AP polls 
of Dec. 1 and 8. The ACC also had five teams 
ranked for five weeks and four for eight weeks. 

CONSISTENCY IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 
POLL 

The ACC has had at least three teams ranked 
in the final AP poll in 17 of the last 19 years. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in 
the history of the NCAA Tournament. The nine 
current league teams have posted an NCAA 
Tournament mark of 261-140 for a winning 
percentage of .651. Only two other conferences 
in the nation have won at least 60 percent of 
their NCAA Tournament games. 

ACC SUCCESS AGAINST THE NO. 1 SEED IN 
THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Since the NCAA began assigning seeds in 
1979, ACC teams have defeated a record 18 No. 
1 seeds. 




ACC TEAMS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 



• Since 1985, when the NCAA 
Tournament was expanded to include 64 
teams, the ACC is the only conference to 
have each of its' schools make at least 
one NCAA Tournament appearance and 
also advance to the "Sweet 16." 

• The ACC has had at least three teams 
win a minimum of one NCAA 
Tournament game nine straight years 
and in 13 of the last 14 NCAA 
Tournaments. 

• Since the NCAA Tournament expanded 
to 64 participants in 1985, the ACC has 
had 43 teams advance to the "Sweet 
16." The SEC is second with 30 and the 
Big East is third with 29. 

• The ACC has placed at least one team in 
a regional final for 19 consecutive years 
and 25 of the last 27 years. The ACC has 
had three teams in regional finals the 
same year twice and two teams 12 
times. 

• The ACC is the only Division I confer- 
ence where each member institution 
has a winning record in NCAA 
Tournament competition. 

• The ACC has had a No. 1 seed in the 
NCAA Tournament a record 16 times. 



ACC SUCCESS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Since 1980, 18 of the 72 Final Four teams 
(25.0 percent) have come from the ACC. The 
ACC has been represented in 15 of the last 18 
Final Fours. ACC teams have captured three of 
the last eight NCAA titles and five of the last 17. 
Since the 1985 tournament, the ACC has had 14 
teams earn Final Four berths. 

ACC TEAMS WITH MOST NCAA 
TOURNAMENT WINS SINCE 1985 

Since 1985, when the NCAA Tournament 
field was expanded to accommodate 64 teams, 
ACC teams have accomplished the following in 
NCAA Tournament play: 

• Most NCAA Tournament victories ( 149) 

• Most wins against No. 1 seeds (12) 

• Most "Sweet 16" appearances (43) 

• Most Regional Final appearances (24) 

• Most NCAA titles (3) 



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ACC Games on TV 



The Atlantic Coast Conference will become 
the first conference in collegiate basketball his- 
tory to have its entire conference game package 
televised either regionally or nationally during 
the 1998-99 season. 

An all-time high of 222 television appear- 
ances will highlight one of the most exciting 
seasons in conference history. The ACC televi- 
sion schedule includes 128 appearances on 
national television networks, including 62 
appearances on ESPN, 42 in ESPN2, 16 on 
ABC, three on CBS and three on Fox Sports 
Net. 

Throughout the course of the season, at 
least 22 of the Terps' 29 games game will 
appear on national or regional television 
including one network date (ABC), seven on 
ESPN, five on ESPN2, seven on Jefferson-Pilot 
as part of the ACC's regional package, and one 
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Media Capital 



DID YOU KNOW? 



■ The Terps are covered extensively by two of 
the nation's top 10 newspapers: the Washington 

Post and the Baltimore Sun. 

■ USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is head- 
quartered less than 20 miles from Byrd Stadium 

■ The Maryland Terrapin radio network, which 
can be accessed up and down the East Coast, 
boasts one of the largest coverage areas in colle- 
giate sports. 

■ Every major national television network — 
ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox — has a major news- 
gathering affiliate in both Washington and 
Baltimore. No university in the East boasts eight 
major news outlets within a 35-mile radius of its 
campus — except for the University of 
Maryland. 

■ ACC basketball will receive extensive live tele- 
vision coverage in 1999, with ABC, 
ESPN/ESPN2 and J-P Sports combining for 222 
telecasts. 

■ ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports 
broadcast from the University of Maryland in 
1979, has been a regular visitor to Cole Field 
House over the years. 







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Teams of Tradition 



NCAA Teams 



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1958 (East Region Semifinals) 



(Front, L-R) Pete Krukar, Gene Danko, Nick Davis, John Nacincik, Bill Murphy, 
Charles McNeil, Bob McDonald, Bob Wilson, Al Bunge, Wayne McGinnis, Julian 
Weingarten, Perry Moore, Jerry Bechtle, Jerry Shanahan, Jim Halleck. 




1975 Midwest Regional Finals 



(Front, L-R) Steve Sheppard, John Newsome, Chris Patton, Owen 

Brown, Tom Roy, John Boyle, John Pavlos, manager. 

(Back, L-R) Lefty Driesell, head coach, Howard White, assistant coach, 

Brad Davis, John Lucas, Mike Cherry, Maurice Howard, Bill Hahn, Dave 

Prichett, Assistant Coach, Joe Harrington, assistant coach, J.J. Bush, 

trainer. 



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(Front, L-R) Eddie Bush, manager, Steve Kassel, manager, Pete Holbert, Reggie 

Jackson, Greg "Dutch" Morley, Greg Manning, Steve Rivers, Jon Robinson, 

Sherman Dillard, assistant coach, 

(Middle, L-R) Neal Eskin, manager, Nick Kniska, manager, Tommy Lyles, trainer, 

Tom Abatemarco, assistant coach. 

(Back, L-R) John Kochan, assistant coach, AJbert King, Ernest Graham, Buck 

Williams, Taylor Baldwin, Charles Pittman, Mark Fothergill, Herman Veal, Lefty 

Driesell, head coach. 




1973 (East Regional Finals) 



(Front, L-R) Allan Morris, manager, Jap Trimble, Bob Bodell, John Lucas, Billy 

Hahn, Donald White, Rich Porac. 

(Middle, L-R) Jim Maloney, assistant coach, Maurice Howard, Len Elmore, Tom 

McMillen, Owen Brown, Howard White, J.J. Bush, trainer, Lefty Driesell, head 

coach. 

(Back, L-R) Tim Autry, assistant coach, Darrell Brown, Tom Roy, Jim O'Brien, 

Varick Cutler, Joe Harrington, assistant coach. 




1980 (East Regional Semifinals) 



(Front, L-R) Steve Kassel, manager, Eddie Bush, manager, Reggie Jackson, Ernest 
Graham, Greg Manning, Greg "Dutch" Morley, Albert King, Jon Robinson, Tom 
Abetamarco, assistant coach, John Kochan, manager. 

(Back, L-R) Nick Kniska, manager, Herman Veal, Pete Holbert, Taylor Baldwin, 
David Henderson, John Bilney, Buck Williams, Sherman Dillard, assistant coach. 
Lefty Driesell, head coach 




1983 (Midwest Regional) 



(Front, L-R) Neal Eskin, manager, Tommy Lyles, Pete Holbert, Steve Rivers, Jeff 
Adkins, Jeff Baxter, Chuck Driesell, Herman Veal, Greg "Dutch" Morley, graduate 
assistant coach, Eddie Bush, manager. 

(Back, L-R) Mel Carrwright, assistant coach, Lefty Driesell, head coach, Ed 
Farmer, Pete Holbert, Ben Coleman, Bryan Palmer, Len Bias, Adrian Branch, 
Sherman Dillard, assistant coach, Ron Bradley, assistant coach. 

1984 (Mideast Regional Semifinals) 

(Front, L-R) Chuck Driesell, Keith Gatlin, Jeff Baxter, Herman Veal, Jeff Adkins. 
(Back, L-R) Pete Holbert, Adrian Branch, Mark Fothergill, Ben Coleman, Bryan 
Palmer, Terry Long, Len Bias. 



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Teams of Tradition 



NCAA Teams 




1986 (Midwest Regional) 



(Front, L-R) Jim Spiro, manager, Greg Nared, Keith Gatlin, Tom Jones, Jeff Baxter, 
John lohnson, Derrick Lewis, David Gregg, Tim Burton, manager. 
(Back, L-R) Mike Bernardo, trainer, Ron Bradley, assistant coach, Bart Belairs, 
assistant coach, Len Bias, Tony Massenburg, Phil Nevin, Terry Long, Bryan Palmer, 
Dave Dickerson, Lefty Driesell, head coach, Oliver Purnell, assistant coach, Kevin 
Spain, graduate assistant coach. 



1994 (Midwest Regional Semifinals) 



(Front, L-R) Chris Tomlinson, manager. Matt Kovarik, Wayne Bristol, Duane 
Simpkins, Gary Williams, head coach, Johnny Rhodes, Nick Bosnic, Exree Hipp, 
Ion Chronister. 

(Back, L-R) LJ. Bush, trainer, Al Tiffany, manager. Art Perry, Keith Booth, Mario 
Lucas, Joe Smith, John Walsh, Kurtis Shultz, Jimmy Patsos, Billy Hahn, assistant 
coach, Peter Sauer, administrative assistant. 




1995 (West Regional Semifinals) 



1996 (West Regional) 



(Front, L-R) Chris Tomlinson, manager, Duane Simpkins, Donny Judd, Wayne 
Bristol, Gary Williams, head coach, Kurtis Shultz, Johnny Rhodes, Matt Raydo, AJ 
Tiffany, manager. 

(Back, L-R) Jimmy Patsos, manager, Art Perry, assistant coach, Peter Sauer, 
administrative assistant, Matt Kovarik, Exree Hipp, Mario Lucas, Joe Smith, 
Rodney Elliott, Keith Booth, Sarunas Jasikevicius, J.J. Bush, trainer, Billy Hahn, 
assistant coach. 



(Front, L-R) Brian Duignan, manager. Matt Raydo, Mario Lucas, Duane Simpkins, 

Gary Williams, head coach, Keith Booth, Johnny Rhodes, Exree Hipp, Faisal Kahn, 

manager. 

(Back, L-R) Peter Sauer, administrative assistant. Art Perry, assistant coach, Jimmy 

Patsos, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Laron Profit, Rodney Elliott, Obinna Ekezie, Matt 

Kovarik, Terrell Stokes, Billy Hahn, assistant coach, J.J. Bush, trainer. 





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1997 (Southeast Regional) 



(Front, L-R) Matt Raydo, Matt Hahn, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Keith Booth, Matt 
Kovarik, Terrell Stokes, Norman Fields. 

(Back, L-R) Jimmy Patsos, assistant coach, Gary Williams, head coach, Kelly Hite, 
Rodney Elliott, Obinna Ekezie, Mike Mardesich, Brian Watkins, Laron Profit, Dave 
Dickerson, assistant coach, Billy Hahn, assistant coach, Troy Wainwright, 
administrative assistant. 



(Front, L-R) Brian Duignan, manager, Kelly Hite, Terrell Stokes, Sarunas 
lasikevicius, Gary Williams, head coach. Matt Kovarik, Rodney Elliott, Norman 
Fields, Michael Biftu, manager. 

(Back, L-R) J.J. Bush, trainer, John Bowie, equipment manager, Jimmy Patsos, 
assistant coach, Atman Smith, LaRon Cephas, Terence Morris, Brian Watkins, Mike 
Mardesich, Obinna Ekezie, Laron Profit, Matt Hahn, Dave Dickerson, assistant 
coach, Troy Wainwright, administrative assistant, Billy Hahn, senior assistant 
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Cole Field House 



Terps rank among nation's leaders 
in Men's Basketball attendance 




The University of Maryland men's basket- 
ball team played in front of a school-record 
446,213 people during the 1997-98 season to 
rank 15th in the nation in total attendance. The 
Terps' average attendance of 13,944 also estab- 
lished a school record and marked only the sec- 
ond time in school history that the program 
had averaged more than 13,000 fans during a 
single season. 



TERPS' RANKING AMONG ACC TEAMS 
(HOME GAMES) 


1. North Carolina 


20,966 


(3) 


2. Maryland 

3. Wake Forest 


13,377 
11,425 


(20) 
(28) 


4. Clemson 

5. N.C. State 


11,107 
10,706 


(30) 
(34) 


6. Duke 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Florida State 


9,314 
7,458 
6,916 


(45) 
(63) 
(75) 


9. Virginia 6,271 
National rank in parenthesis 


(87) 



It marked the second time in school history 
that the Terps played in front of more than 
400,000 fans during a single season. 
Maryland's 1994-95 NCAA "Sweet 16" team 
held the previous school record of 437,268 and 
13,321 per game. 

The team achieved a near school-record 
average home attendance mark of 13,377 last 
season — the second highest figure in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference and 20th best 
among all Division I programs. The Terps' 
average included eight sellouts (every ACC 
game) and 14 games with crowds over 10,000. 
Maryland played to 92 percent capacity for the 
entire season in the 14,500 seat Cole Field 
House. 

Maryland has averaged more than 13,000 
fans for every home game in each of the last 
five seasons. The Terps have appeared in a 
school record five consecutive NCAA 
Tournaments and averaged 13,443 during that 
time span while playing to a 93 percent capac- 





TERPS' ATTENDANCE IN COLE FIELD 
HOUSE IN THE GARY WILLIAMS ERA 


Year 


W 


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Avg. 


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 


1996-97 


11 


3 


13,059 


1997-98 


12 


2 


13,377 




101 


30 


1,575,996/ 
12,031 



ity on their home court. 

During the last five seasons, the Terps have 
achieved four of the top five single season 
home attendance averages in school history. 
Nearly 1,000,000 people have come to Cole 
Field House in the last five seasons (13,451 
average in 71 games) as the Terps have forged 
the second longest non-conference home win- 
ning streak in the nation (58 games). The Terps 
have a 60-11 record (84.5 winning percentage) 
in the last five seasons at home and were a per- 
fect 16-0 in Cole during the 1994-95 season. 

Maryland has averaged more than 12,000 
fans during the first nine years of the Gary 
Williams era. Since the beginning of the 1990 
season, more than 1.5 million people have 
come to Cole to see the Terps win at a 77.1 per- 
cent clip. During Williams' tenure, the Terps 
have won at least 10 games eight times in nine 
seasons and averaged more than 1 1 wins a sea- 
son at home. 



TERPS' RANKING AMONG ACC TEAMS 
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1. North Carolina 654,296 (2) 

2. Duke 462,279 (12) 

3. Maryland 425,793 (15) 

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City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, monumental landscapes. 
Jazz, film festivals, marches and demonstrations. Shopping, professional 
sports, regattas on the Chesapeake Bay. Not just one city, but three. Not 
just any city, but the nation's capital, a major port city, and the state cap- 
ital of Maryland. It's all here beyond the campus. 

The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 10 miles of 
Byrd Stadium. And the highly efficient Metro rail system, with a new sta- 
tion at the campus doorstep, makes navigating the greater Washington, 
D.C., area easy. Campus shuttles serve the College Park Metro station, 
allowing easy access to one of the country's model transportation sys- 
tems. 

Baltimore is just 35 miles north of the University of Maryland. Its 
rejuvenation as an urban center is unprecedented. The Inner Harbor, its 
national aquarium 
and tall ships, and the 
nearby Oriole Park at 
Camden Yards create 
an exciting, vibrant, 
holiday atmosphere 
in a city that boasts 
one of the world's 
great sea ports. The 
heart of Maryland, 
the Chesapeake Bay, is 
20 miles from cam- 
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Campus neighbors include such important national resources as the 
Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institutions, the National Institutes 
of Health, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the 
U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Center. 

Washington and Baltimore can be reached easily from anywhere in the 
world. USAir, which is headquartered in the metropolitan area, uses 
Baltimore/Washington International Airport as its hub. Dulles 
International Airport is a hub for United Airlines. College Park is 10 min- 
utes from the Amtrak Northeast Corridor Line and frequent train service 
along the East Coast. 



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University of Maryland 




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The University of Maryland, College 
Park, is the most comprehensive institution 
of higher education, research and service in 
the state. The university offers 100 under- 
graduate majors, 88 master's programs and 
69 doctoral programs in 13 colleges and 
schools. 

The university is one of only 30 public 
research universities that are members of 
the prestigious 58-member Association of 
American Universities. It is classified as a 
Research- 1 university by the Carnegie 
Foundation by virtue of the range of its bac- 
calaureate programs, the amount of federal 
support received and the number of doctor- 
al degrees awarded each year, sharing that 
honor with the top research universities in 
the country. 

Among the public universities in the 
Association of American Universities, 



Maryland ranks among the top in per- 
centage of African-American undergradu- 
ate students. In addition, the university has 
the largest number of African-Americans 
and other minority members among its 
peers. 

HISTORY 

The University of Maryland was found- 
ed in 1807 in Baltimore as a faculty-owned 
College of Medicine. The medical school 
was considered one of the top schools in the 
country, attracting notable professors and 
lecturers from throughout the world. In its 
beginning, tuition cost $140, grades were 
sent home weekly to parents, and students 
could obtain room and board for $300 
annually. 

Five years later, the growing institution 
was renamed the University of Maryland. 
Despite the name, the university was not 



considered a state institution as it was still 
owned and operated by the faculty. Balti- 
more College of Dental Surgery, the first 
dental school in America, became part of 
the university in 1840, awarding the first 
Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S) degree in 
1841. 

In 1859, the Maryland Agricultural Col- 
lege, which would evolve into the Universi- 
ty of Maryland, College Park, was opened 
under a charter secured by a group of Mary- 
land planters in 1856. In addition to spend- 
ing one hour each day hoeing or plowing on 
the college farm, students took a broad 
range of courses in ancient and modern lan- 
guages, natural sciences, English and math- 
ematics. After a disastrous fire on campus in 
1912, the state acquired the college and 
rebuilt it. 

In 1920, the state legislature combined 
the College Park institution with the profes- 
sional schools in Baltimore to form an 
expanded University of Maryland. The enti- 
ty eventually grew to include campuses in 
Baltimore County, on the Eastern Shore and 
the worldwide University College, a contin- 
uing education institution. 

The following decades saw the increasing 
growth of student population, excellence in 
programs and curricula and the burgeoning 
of the University of Maryland, College Park, 
into a nationally recognized research insti- 
tution. 

July 1, 1988, marked the dawn of a new 
era in higher education for the state of 
Maryland, as the five components of the 
university were merged with six other state 
universities and colleges to form the Univer- 
sity System of Maryland, and College Park 
secured its flagship status with a mandate to 
become one of the pre-eminent research 
universities in the nation. 

RESEARCH 

The unique role of American research 
universities in advancing science and tech- 
nology has kept the United States in the 
forefront of innovation and product devel- 
opment. Research dollars from federal and 
state agencies, corporations and founda- 
tions fuel much of the basic and applied 
research activity of the University of Mary- 
land's faculty and graduate students. 

The university has unique facilities, 
research centers and institutes that attract 
new research projects and funding, as well 
as provide expanded knowledge in business, 
science and technology. The A. James Clark 
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Martin Wind Tunnel — the most advanced 
aerodynamic testing facility of its kind on 
any university campus — and the Neutral 
Buoyancy Facility, which simulates weight- 
lessness for space research, the only such 
facility on a university campus. Other spe- 
cialized facilities include: Computer Vision 
Laboratory; Bioprocess-Scale up Laborato- 
ry; Laboratory for Ion Beam Research and 
Application; Superconductivity Research 
Center, Laboratory for Plasma and Fusion 
Studies; Psycholinguistics Laboratory; 
Computer-Assisted Cartographic Laborato- 
ries; Developmental Psychology Laboratory 
and the Center on Aging. 

SERVICE 

Programs of public service are central to 
the overall mission of the university. The 
philosophy is reflected in the wide array of 
programs and initiatives that benefit the 
state's business, agriculture and education 
communities. 

With more than 90 high technology 
firms in the three-county area of Mont- 
gomery, Prince George's and Frederick 
counties, the university has found abundant 
opportunity to extend its business and tech- 
nology outreach programs to the region. 
Many of these programs are part of the 
Engineering Research Center, which oper- 
ates the Technology Advancement Program 
and the Maryland Industrial Partnerships, 
programs designed to provide Maryland 
entrepreneurs and small businesses with 
research facilities, technical assistance, 
administrative support and access to tech- 
nology that will advance their economic 
base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has 
formed partnerships with major corpora- 
tions, including Lockheed Martin, Westing- 
house, BF Goodrich, Hughes Aircraft and 
Dupont to apply advanced systems research 
to solving industry problems in the fields of 
communications, manufacturing, controls 
and robotics. 

The University of Maryland features a 
diversity of cultural and recreational activi- 
ties. Four art galleries, more than 200 annu- 
al musical performances and countless 
dance and theater productions, expose 
audiences to the broadest range of pro- 
grams in the arts. And intercollegiate, club 
and intramural sports provide students of 
all levels an opportunity to participate as 
spectators or athletes. 




THE LIBRARIES 



The seven libraries at the university con- 
stitute the largest university research library 
institution in the Washington metropolitan 
area, providing vital resources to 
researchers, visiting scholars, and businesses 
throughout the region. The libraries' hold- 
ings include more than 2.5 million volumes, 
24,000 subscriptions to periodicals and 
nearly 5 million items available in micro- 
film format. University libraries also offer 
several nationally and internationally recog- 
nized special collections such as the Inter- 
national Piano Archives at Maryland, the 
National Trust for Historic Preservation and 
the National Public Broadcasting Archives. 



THE ALUMNI 



Graduates of the university go on to dis- 
tinguished careers in many fields. Chosen 
from thousands of qualified alumni, an 



inaugural group was inducted into the Uni- 
versity of Maryland Alumni Association 
Hall of Fame in 1 995. They included 2 1 out- 
standing individuals who have brought, and 
continue to bring, great honor to their alma 
mater. Their achievements are as varied as 
their lives, but they all have one thing in 
common: a degree from the University of 
Maryland, College Park. 

UNIVERSITY TRADITIONS ~ 

Testudo is a Diamondback turtle. Like 
some other famous personages born into 
the Depression of the 1930s, the derivation 
of his name is cloudy. But it is likely that his 
moniker is derived from the scientific classi- 
fication for turtle (testudines). Or the top 
turtle could be named after testudo gigantia, 
a species native to the African nation of Sey- 
chelles and one of its remote islands, 
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from a dictionary definition that 
says the word, testudo, was 
derived from the Latin and meant 
a shelter held over the head of 
Roman soldiers — like a tortoise 
shell. These explanations are a 
long way from the Chesapeake 
Bay where the Diamondback 
lives. 

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

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football coach 
who later became university pres- 
ident, recommended the Dia- 
mondback as mascot in 1932 in 
response to the student newspa- 
per's search for an "official" 
leader. Byrd's childhood in 
Crisfield, Md., apparently includ- 
ed skirmishes with this brand of 
snapping turtle, indigenous to the 
Chesapeake Bay. The school paper was in 
fact already called The Diamondback, and 
when the Class of 1933 stepped forward 
with the idea of giving the university a per- 
manent bronzed version as its graduation 
gift, Testudo was in to stay. 

Maryland had been referring to itself as 
Old Liners, yet another name whose deriva- 
tion no one seems sure of. Historians are in 
a skirmish over whether the nickname is a 
reference to a Revolutionary War Troop of 
Maryland soldiers who distinguished them- 
selves on the field of battle, or they feel it 
could refer to a squabble with Pennsylvani- 
ans over just where the border between the 
two states should be. 

The Class of '33 raised money for casting 
a Diamondback by holding its senior prom 
on campus to save money on expenses. And 
the yearbook and Student Government 
Association chipped in. Edwin C. Mayo, 
Class of '04 and a former quarterback, 
donated at cost the 300-pound bronzed 
beauty as President of Gorham Manufactur- 
ing in Providence, R.I. Robert ). Hill cast the 
inspired sculpture accomplished by compa- 




ny artist Aristide Cianfrani. Further 
turtleization came when the student year- 
book, The Reveille, became Tlie Terrapin in 
1935. Newspapers, even then exploring 
every angle, shortened Terrapin to Terp for 
headline writing ease when it wasn't trying 
to cram Old Liner into a single column 
head. The name was in place; now came the 
stuff of legend. 

THE STUFF OF LEGEND 

The nicely thought-out plans that made 
Testudo an instant hit did have a flaw. 
Putting "Mr. T" in front of the campus gym, 
Ritchie Coliseum, exposed Testudo to every 
road agent wearing enemy colors. Ritchie 
was right on U.S. Route 1, then the principal 
North-South highway along the Eastern 
Seaboard. When a less dignified opponent 
needed something extra against the turtle 
and his troops, they practiced emotional 
blackmail, and kidnapped him. 

That was not the worst of it. They paint- 
ed his golden skin enemy colors, and defaced 
his pedestal which was only to have the 
block M on it. Instead, opponents painted 



illegitimate JH's or GW's or V's 
or NC's on his nest. A riot took 
place when Johns Hopkins stu- 
dents kidnapped the handsome 
reptile in 1947; 200 police were 
called to the Baltimore campus 
to control the justified anger of 
College Park students. Two years 
later, the nifty shelled crusader 
was found on the lawn of a Uni- 
versity of Virginia fraternity 
house, whose occupants smugly 
called President Byrd with the 
message to get Testudo off their 
lawn. Of course Byrd obliged, 
and soon after Testudo was hid- 
den in the campus carpentry 
shop where he was less inspira- 
tional, but a whole lot safer. 

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

With his permanent nesting 
came success for Maryland. Act- 
ing as guardian to waves of Terp 
competitors, the national football champi- 
onship came, as did several ACC titles in the 
1950s. His popularity among the students 
might have been the undoing of success, 
however. When McKeldin Library was con- 
structed in the middle of campus, the stu- 
dent body demanded Testudo's full-time 
presence in the center of day-to-day activi- 
ties. Testudo had gone far beyond being just 
a symbol for athletics. He was a campus 
symbol. Students carefully carried him up 
the hill to the main College Green and the 
library, and he was bolted to a new bed of 
stone in the early 1960s. 

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

In 1992, a bronze duplicate to Testudo 
was created and installed just outside the 
new Football Complex 

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takes the field the team congregates around 
the bronze Terrapin, and then all touch his 
nose for good luck. In 1995, Testudo was 
again duplicated as a bronze Terrapin statue 
was placed in Cole Field House as part of the 
lobby refurbishment. 

Joel Meisner Co. of Farmingdale, N.Y., 
created the duplicates. Two men spent two 
days in June of 1992 pouring a rubberized 
material over Testudo as it sat in front of 
McKeldin Library, followed by a wax mold 
on top. After a day to let the molds set, the 
wax was broken and easily removed. The 
rubber mold, which actually recreated Tes- 
tudo, was painstakingly peeled away from 
the bronze and taken back to Meisner's fac- 
tory where the first duplicate was created 
using the Lost Wax method. 

While Testudo was being copied by Meis- 
ner Co. in front of McKeldin, the research 
library was undergoing extensive refurbish- 
ment. As part of the new interior and exteri- 
or McKeldin received, the original Testudo 
was given a new pedestal and his bronze coat 
was cleaned. The Class of '33, which created 
Testudo in the first place, used its 60th 
reunion to dedicate the rejuvenated campus 
symbol. 

Sixty-five years ago, the Diamondback 
Turtle Gorham used as a model for the 
shelled wonder had a ribbon attached to it at 
the dedication. The ribbon was tied to the 
canvas covering the statue. The Diamond- 
back moved forward, and revealed the splen- 
dor of his larger, bronzed brother. But no 
one rushed the smaller Diamondback in his 
duties. All in attendance were true believers 
who knew what many unfaithful have dis- 
covered about Terrapins. They bite. 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 




Maryland has top-20 ranked programs in engineering, computer science, physics, 
journalism, business, art history, economics, criminology, mathematics, oceanography, 
astronomy, education, agricultural economics and others. 

The University Honors Program was selected as one the nation's nine best in ARCO's 
Guide to Ivy League Programs at State School Prices. 

Maryland has the state's largest concentration of academically talented students. More 
than one-third of new students are in invitation-only Honors, College Park Scholars or 
Gemstone programs. 

The university collaborates with more than 280 businesses through its Maryland 
Industrial Partnerships program. The university's incubator has spawned 20 new 
companies; three have been recognized as among the fastest growing in the state. 

Maryland is the only university in the southeast quadrant of the United States to have 
both engineering and business programs ranked in the top 25 by U.S. News and World 
Report .The College of Education also ranks in the top 25. 

Maryland was chosen by Money magazine as one of the 100"Best Buys" nationally. 

Maryland is in the top three of non-historically black institutions in number of African- 
Americans receiving bachelor's degrees. 

Maryland created a Returning Student-Athlete academic program that to date has 
graduated 12 of the 27 former athletes enrolled in the program. 

In a 1 995 study, the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice was rated the 
highest quality research program in the nation by the Journal of Criminal Justice 
Education. 

The College of Journalism was selected as one of two sites in the U.S. for the Hubert H. 
Humphrey Fellowship Program, and named one of the nation's top communications 
programs by the Gannett Center for Media Studies. 

Fifty percent of this past year's freshman class had a high school grade point average of 
3.5 or above. 

• Last year, faculty researchers at the University of 
Maryland were awarded more than $155 million in 
competitively funded research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Region has more 
top 20 graduate programs in computer, mathematical, 
physical sciences, and engineering disciplines than the 
University of Maryland, according to a recent analysis by 
the National Research Council. 

• With more than 900 high technology firms in the three- 
county area of Montgomery, Prince George's and Frederick, 
the university has found abundant opportunity to extend 
its business and technology outreach programs to the 
region. 

• The reputation of the School of Music promises to grow 
when the $1 00 million Maryland Center for the Performing 
Arts opens in 2000. 



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CD. (DAN) MOTE JR. started his 
tenure as president of the University of 
Maryland, College Park, with the same 
three-word slogan that has guided his 
entire academic career: "Quality, Qual- 
ity, Quality." 

From his first day in office, Sept. 1, 
1998, Mote has shaped his agenda 
around the achievement of high quali- 
ty in every aspect of university activity, 
from students to sports, and from 
research to community involvement. 
Fortunately, Maryland was already 
well on its way. 

"Maryland is a university on the 
move," Mote said. "That's why I am so 
excited by this position after spending 
almost my entire academic career at 
Berkeley. We have a goal to achieve a 
place among the 10 highest quality 
universities in America, and I know in 
my bones that is an achievable goal." 

Achieving quality has been Dan 
Mote's life, from his student days at the 
University of California at Berkeley, 
where he earned all of his degrees, 
through his years as an outstanding 
teacher and world-renowned 
researcher and his leadership of a 
highly successful capital campaign at 
Berkeley. He arrived in College Park 
determined to continue the same level 
of achievement in his new post. 

After earning his doctorate in Engi- 
neering Mechanics from Berkeley in 
1963, Mote spent a year as a research 
fellow at the University of Birming- 
ham in England, then three years as assistant 
professor of mechanical engineering at the 
Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pitts- 
burgh before returning to Berkeley in 1967. 

There he stayed for more than 30 years 
before coming to Maryland. He earned 
tenure in 1969 in the Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Department, and was promoted to Pro- 
fessor in 1973. 

Mote served two terms as vice chair of 
Mechanical Engineering and served as chair 
from 1987 to 1991. At that time, he was 
appointed to the FANUC Chair in Mechani- 
cal Systems in addition to being named vice 
chancellor for University Relations, the post 
he held until accepting the presidency at 
Maryland in 1998. 

Mote has participated with distinction in 
every phase of the academic enterprise, 
including classroom teaching, working with 
students, basic research, applied research 
and service to the university and the com- 
munity. 




Much respected by his students, Mote 
earned the 1971 Distinguished Teaching 
Award and the 1975 Pi Tau Sigma Excellence 
in Teaching Award for the University of Cal- 
ifornia. He has supervised more than 50 
doctoral students, including several who are 
still in progress, and more than 60 master's 
theses. He continued teaching and supervis- 
ing graduate students even during his 
administrative assignments, and several of 
his graduate students from Berkeley com- 
mute to Maryland to meet with him as they 
finish their projects. Mote has stated his 
intention to teach and work with graduate 
students at Maryland as well. 

Mote's research activities have focused on 
dynamic systems, instrumentation, vibra- 
tion and biomechanics. He has achieved 
international recognition for his work on 
gyroscopic systems, including high-speed 
translating and rotating systems such as cir- 
cular and band saws, computer memory 
disks and tapes. He also has researched the 



biomechanics of ski injuries and 
developed safer ski bindings as a 
result. His research has resulted in 
more than 300 scholarly publications 
as well as patents in the United States, 
Norway, Finland and Sweden. 

A registered professional engineer 
in California, Mote has served in 
numerous capacities for professional 
societies, including the National Acad- 
emy of Engineering (NAE), the Amer- 
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers 
(ASME) and the American Society for 
Testing and Materials (ASTM), and is 
co-editor of its biannual research 
series, "Skiing Trauma and Safety." 

Mote's work has been supported 
continuously since 1962 by the 
National Science Foundation, and he 
also has received research fellowships 
from the Royal Norwegian Council for 
Scientific and Industrial Research. The 
American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers International elected him to 
honorary membership in 1975, and he 
has been elected as well to fellow grade 
in the International Academy of Wood 
Science, the Acoustical Society of 
America and the American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science. 
He was elected to the prestigious 
National Academy of Engineering in 
1988, and in that same year was 
awarded the Humboldt Prize by the 
Federal Republic of Germany. In 1991, 
the Japan Society for the Promotion of 
Science awarded him a fellowship. 
In 1992, he conceived, designed and 
implemented a $1.1 billion comprehensive 
capital campaign, which had achieved more 
than $800 million at the time he left Berke- 
ley. 

Shortly after he arrived at Maryland, this 
university's ongoing capital campaign 
passed the half-way point more than four 
months ahead of schedule, but Mote has said 
repeatedly that development and capital 
campaigns are not about raising money. 

"It's about building relationships, with 
alumni, with business and government, with 
students and parents. We build those rela- 
tionships by connecting the alumni and 
friends of the university with the quality 
people and quality programs on campus. If 
we succeed in building authentic relation- 
ships, fund-raising happens as naturally as 
water flowing downhill." 

Mote and his wife Patsy live in the Presi- 
dent's Residence on the College Park cam- 
pus. They have two grown children. 



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Administration 




BOARD OF REGENTS 



Dr. Charles F. Wei If ord 

FACULTY ATHLETIC 
REPRESENTATIVE 

DR. CHARLES F. WELLFORD, professor of 
criminology and criminal justice, and direc- 
tor of the University of Maryland Center for 
Applied Policy Studies, is in his third year as 
the University of Maryland's faculty athletic 
representative. Dr. Wellford also serves as the 
director of the Maryland Justice Analysis 
Center. 

He was elected vice-president of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference for the 1998-99 
academic year, and currently chairs the Uni- 
versity of Maryland's Athletic Council. He 
previously served on the Athletic Council 
from 1986-89 and 1992-95. 

At the University of Maryland, Dr. Well- 
ford has been involved in a variety of efforts. 
He was chair of the Department of Crimi- 
nology and Criminal Justice from 1981-95 
and was the director of the Office of Acade- 
mic Computing Services from 1992-98. He 
has served on and currently chairs the Sen- 
ate PCC committee, chaired the Campus 
Security Committee from 1985-95, and 
served on the Campus Human Subjects 
Committee. 

He serves on numerous state and federal 
advisory boards and commissions, and is a 
past (1995-96) president of the American 
Society of Criminology (ASC). 

Dr. Wellford received his bachelor's and 
master's degrees from the University of 
Maryland and his Ph.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. 



Lance W.Billingsley 

Chairman of the Executive Board 

Prince George's County 

Benjamin L. Brown 
Baltimore City 

Margaret Alton 
Baltimore City 

Nathan A. Chapman, Jr. 
Vice Chairman 
Howard County 

Charles W.Cole, Jr. 
Secretary 
Baltimore County 

Harry R. Hughes 
Caroline County 

Mary Arabian 
Baltimore City 

Richard O.Berndt 
Assistant Treasurer 
Baltimore City 

Earle Palmer Brown 
Assistant Secretary 
Montgomery County 

Edwin S. Crawford 
Baltimore County 

Thomas B.Finan, Jr. 
Allegany County 

Michael C.Gelman 
Montgomery County 

Susan Wada, 1 999 student regent 
Anne Arundel County 

Louise Michaux Gonzales 
Treasurer 
Baltimore City 

Wendell M.Holloway 
Montgomery County 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln 
Prince George's County 

Henry A.Virts, ex officio 
St. Mary's County 




Dr. Donald N.Langenberg 

University System of 
Maryland 

OFFICERS 

Dr. Donald N.Langenberg 
Chancellor 

Dr. George L.Marx 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

Joseph F.Vivona 

Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance 

John K.Martin 

Vice Chancellor for Advancement 



University of Maryland 

ADMINISTRATION ~~ 

Dr. CD. "Dan" Mote, Jr. 
President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr.J.TerranceRoach 

Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy 

Vice President for Academic Affairs, Provost 

Dr. Charles F.Sturtz 

Vice President for Administrative Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice President for University Advancement 

Dr. William L.Thomas, Jr. 

Vice President for Student Affairs 



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The University of Maryland athletic 
department has made remarkable progress 
under the leadership of Deborah A. Yow over 
the past four years. Budgets are now bal- 
anced, the previous operating debt of almost 
$7 million has been paid in full, and the pre- 
vious capital debt has been reduced from 
$43 million to $31 million. Other areas of 
Terrapin athletics have also made significant 
strides forward. There is a spirit of excite- 
ment and pride in Maryland athletics and 
the department has a clear vision for its 
future. 

In her inspiring first meeting with the 
staff, Yow challenged the Terrapin athletic 
department to "raise our sights and sharpen 
our tools.. .to work hard and work smart.. .to 



recognize that our only limitations are those 
which we place upon ourselves." 

Since that time, Yow and her dedicated 
coaches, administrators, and staff have re- 
engineered the department from a debt-rid- 
den, underachieving organization to a 
responsive and financially sound model — 
with a clear vision and a determined drive 
toward national prominence. Maryland 
ranks in the top 10 percent of all NCAA 
Division I programs competitively across all 
sports, is competing very effectively in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference, and had an envi- 
able record of 1 50 All-ACC academic honor- 
roll student-athletes in 1997-98. Annual 
fund-raising for scholarships is up 55 per- 
cent and corporate sponsorship revenues are 



up 140 percent. Maryland is a remarkably 
improved athletic program. 

Debbie Yow also formed the employee 
"Committee on Quality in the Workplace" to 
recommend initiatives for improving work- 
ing conditions and to design programs that 
recognize the value of athletic department 
employees. This has been a wonderful tool 
in recognizing the worth of the outstanding 
employees across the entire department. 
There is a compelling sense that Maryland 
athletics is a family, with a common goal and 
a shared purpose. 

Maryland's athletic director recently 
observed, "We have the finest coaches, sup- 
port staff, and administrative team in Amer- 
ica. It is because of their courage, hard work, 
and cooperation that we now have a strong, 
viable athletic program. I am immensely 
proud of each of them. I am equally proud 
of our Terrapin fans who buy tickets and our 
Terrapin Club members who faithfully sup- 
port the Maryland athletic program with 
their donations for scholarships, and the 
Maryland Educational Foundation and M 
Club members who serve and give liberally. 
We have a great Terrapin family. That's the 
foundation for all our successes.. .and the 
basis for our bright future." 

Regarding the many achievements of the 
Terrapin athletic program, Yow says, "We are 
pleased, but we are not satisfied.. .our vision 
is to be one of the top 10 programs in the 
nation consistently. .we see no reason to set- 
tle fo'r less." Yow, who is a member of the 
NCAA Management Council and other 
prestigious national groups, is known for 
her goal-oriented and proactive manage- 
ment style. She emphasizes the importance 
of teamwork, ingenuity, strategic planning 
and accountability. She consistently inspires 
and expects maximum effort from herself 
and those around her. Her words set the 
tone for all of us in Terrapin athletics: "Win- 
ning isn't everything, but the will to win is." 
She points out that this applies in the class- 
room, on the field of competition, and in 
life. 

Yow is a well-known author in athletics 
and human behavior. She is a nationally 
respected speaker and is married to Dr. 
William Bowden, IV, president of an educa- 
tional consulting company. 

Reflecting on the status of the Terrapin 
men's basketball program Maryland's direc- 
tor of athletics points out, "Our men's bas- 
ketball team has been a very important part 
of our emergence as a nationally prominent 
athletics program. Coach Williams, his staff 
and team have stepped up to another level 



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1997-98 SEARS DIRECTORS' CUP 


STANDINGS 




1. 


Stanford 


1,101 


2. 


Florida 


660 




North Carolina 


660 


4. 


UCLA 


630 


5. 


Michigan 


620 


6. 


Arizona 


510 


7. 


Georgia 


500 


8. 


Washington 


460 


9. 


Nebraska 


450 


10. 


LSU 


440 




use 


440 


12. 


Arizona State 


430 


13. 


Virginia 


420 


14. 


Arkansas 


400 


15. 


Penn State 


380 




Texas 


380 


17. 


Minnesota 


370 


18. 


Brigham Young 


360 


19. 


MARYLAND 


330 




Tennessee 


330 




California 


330 




Colorado 


330 


23 


Ohio State 


320 


24. 


Oklahoma State 


310 


25. 


Auburn 


300 




Clemson 


300 




Princeton 


300 



with our five consecutive NCAA Tourna- 
ment appearances — one of only two such 
programs in the Atlantic Coast Conference 
and one of only 1 1 nationally. Under Gary's 
leadership, this has become an elite men's 
basketball team in the NCAA." 

The Maryland athletic department staff 
is working as a focused, talented and deter- 
mined team under the dynamic leadership 
of Dr. Deborah A. Yow and is realizing steady 
and remarkable progress across all areas of 
the athletic program, with the best yet to 
come. 

With a clear vision and with high aspira- 
tions for Maryland athletics, the Terps pre- 
pare to enter the new century on a dramatic 
upward thrust. The athletics staff embraces 
this prospect, with gratitude for our success- 
es and with renewed determination to fur- 
ther enhance our program's national stature. 
We have the skill and the determined leader- 
ship to reach our lofty goals, as a part of this 
great university. And we will. 




Yow Elected 2nd V-P of NACDA 

Deborah A. Yow was elected second vice-president of the National Association of Col- 
legiate Directors of Athletics this past June and is scheduled to assume the organization's 
presidency in July 2000. Her term as second vice-president began July 1. Now in its 33rd 
year, NACDA serves as the professional and educational association for more than 5,100 
college athletic directors, associates, assistants and conference commissioners at more 
than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Yow is only the 
second woman to serve as an officer of NACDA. (Barbara Hedges, athletic director at the 
University of Washington, held office from 1994-97). 

Terps No. 19 in Athletic Excellence 

This past June, the University of Maryland achieved one of the major departmental 
goals of the Deborah A. Yow era by earning inclusion in the top 20 of the Sears Directors' 
Cup, the national all-sports ranking measuring overall athletic competitiveness. 

In the final standings released by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of 
Athletics, the Terrapins' athletic program tied for 19th place out of 306 Division I schools. 
It is the highest finish for the Terps since the rankings began, and Maryland's 38-position 
jump from the No. 57 spot in the 1994-95 rankings is the greatest in that time period by 
a school not previously ranked in the top 25. Maryland finished third among ACC 
schools in the 1997-98 rankings. 

Since the end of Yow's first year as athletic director, when the Terps finished 57th in the 
rankings, Maryland has made remarkable progress in the Sears Directors' Cup. The Terps 
jumped 21 spots (to 36th) in Yow's second year, then climbed four more spots (to 32nd) 
after her third year. 



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UNIVERSITY/ADMINISTRATION 



Athletic Administrators 



Danita D. Nias 



SENIOR ASSOC. A.D. 



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DANITA D. NIAS, 
whose involve- 
ment in Universi- 
ty of Maryland 
athletics goes 
back to her days 
as a cheerleader in 
the late 1970s and 
early 1980s, is in 
her fourth year as 
an athletic ad- 
ministrator and her third as the depart- 
ment's senior associate director of athletics. 
Nias assists the athletic director in the over- 
all administration of the department, 
including performance management, staff 
development, and outcome assessment. She 
oversees the supervision of 13 varsity sports, 
supervises the personnel, marketing and 
media relations units, and directs a depart- 
ment-wide Continuous Quality Improve- 
ment program. She also assists in the solici- 
tation of gifts for the capital campaign, coor- 
dinating her efforts through the athletic 
advancement office. 

She earned her bachelor's degree from 
the University of Maryland's College of 
Business and Management with a concen- 
tration in personnel and labor relations, and 
her master's in 1998 from Syracuse. 

Prior to her appointment at Maryland in 
June of 1995, she spent 1 1 years at Learning 
International, formerly based in Stamford, 
Conn., where she was a senior executive 
responsible for designing, implementing 
and selling to America's leading corpora- 
tions training systems to improve organiza- 
tional performance. 

She and her husband Michael reside in 
Silver Spring. 



Joe Hull 



ASSOC. A.D./EXTERNAL RELATIONS 

JOE HULL joined 
the University of 
Maryland athletic 
staff as associate 
athletic director 
for external rela- 
tions in Decem- 
ber 1997 follow- 
ing 12 years in 
various athletic 
fund-raising, tick- 
eting and marketing capacities at North Car- 
olina State University. 

At Maryland, Hull oversees all fund-rais- 
ing efforts for the Terrapins' athletic pro- 




gram, including the Terrapin Club, M Club 
and major gift fund-raising office. Prior to 
his arrival in College Park, he was associate 
director of the NC State Student Aid Associ- 
ation (Wolfpack Club), which raises nearly 
$6 million annually for athletic scholarships 
from its more than 11,000 members/con- 
tributors. The Wolfpack Club also was 
responsible for raising more than $50 mil- 
lion for the construction of a 20,000-seat 
sports arena. In addition to his annual fund 
and capital campaign experience, Hull has 
extensive experience in endowment gifts, 
planned gifts, donor seating, advertising 
sales, publications and special events. 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree in busi- 
ness management from North Carolina 
State University in 1978, a law degree from 
Campbell University in 1981 and a master's 
in sports administration from Ohio Univer- 
sity in 1985. 

His wife, JoAnn, formerly served as an 
assistant attorney general for the state of 
North Carolina. They have two children, 
losie (7) and Josiah (4). 



Rob Mullens 



ACTING ASSOC. A.D./ 
ADMINISTRATION 




ROB MULLENS, 
who joined the 
Terps' staff as 
assistant athletic 
director for busi- 
ness in the sum- 
mer of 1996, was 
elevated to acting 
associate athletic 
director for ad- 
ministration this 
past May. In his expanded role, he supervis- 
es nine intercollegiate sports (baseball, 
wrestling, golf, men's and women's cross 
country, and men's and women's indoor and 
outdoor track) in addition to overseeing 
business, ticket, and facility operations, the 
strength and conditioning program, and the 
training room. 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 1991 
from West Virginia University with a degree 
in business administration. He earned a 
master's degree in sports management at 
WVU in 1993. Prior to his appointment at 
Maryland, he was senior business manager 
and the chief budget officer for the Universi- 
ty of Miami (Fla.) athletic department 
(1994-96). 

His background in athletics includes 
serving as an intern for the senior associate 
director of athletics at Kentucky (1993) and 
as a graduate assistant to the assistant athlet- 




ic director for business at West Virginia 
( 1992-93). Prior to pursuing a career in ath- 
letics, Mullens worked for the accounting 
firm Ernst and Young. 

He is married to the former Jane Pearson, 
who is the Terrapins' assistant athletic direc- 
tor for compliance. 

Patricia Nicol 

ASST.A.D./SENI0R WOMEN'S 
ADMIN. 

PATRICIA NICOL, 
the department's 
senior women's 
administrator, is in 
her third year as an 
assistant athletic 
director at the 
University of 

Maryland. She 
came to College 
Park following a 
six-year stint as associate athletic director 
and senior women's administrator at Provi- 
dence College. 

At Maryland, Nicol oversees the adminis- 
tration of 13 varsity sports, including 
nationally ranked programs for women's 
lacrosse, women's soccer, volleyball, field 
hockey, men's lacrosse and men's soccer. In 
addition, she supervises the nationally rec- 
ognized women's basketball, gymnastics and 
Softball teams, as well as the men's and 
women's tennis teams and men's and 
women's swimming programs. Her duties at 
Maryland have included serving as tourna- 
ment director for all NCAA Championship 
events hosted by the Terps in 1997-98 and 
serving as the department's acting compli- 
ance officer for one year. 

Nicol earned bachelor's (1980) and mas- 
ter's (1983) degrees from the University of 
Rhode Island, where she was an NCAA qual- 
ifier in the sport of track and field. She was 
inducted into the school's athletic Hall of 
Fame in 1990. She served as head cross 
country and track coach at West Virginia 
University from 1983-84. 

A native of Providence, R.I., she has two 
children, Christine (14) and Michael (12). 



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Curt Callahan 




ASST.A.D./OPERATIONS& 
FACILITIES 

CURT CALLAHAN, 
a veteran member 
of the Terrapins' 
athletic staff, is in 
his 10th year over- 
seeing Maryland's 
athletic operations 
and facilities and 
his 20th as an assis- 
tant wrestling 
coach. He was 
named the department's facilities coordina- 
tor in 1989 and was elevated to assistant ath- 
letic director in 1997. 

As the key contact person on operations 
and facilities, Callahan manages the depart- 
ment's vast athletic complex, including Byrd 
Stadium and Cole Field House. In recent 
years, he played an instrumental role in three 
major building projects: the upper deck 
addition to Byrd Stadium, the construction 
of the Gossett Football Team House, and the 
completion of the James H. Kehoe Track and 
Field Facility and Ludwig Soccer Field. His 
game management responsibilities have 
included overseeing the last six NCAA 
lacrosse tournaments held in College Park. 

His tenure at the university dates to his 
undergraduate days as a wrestler in the late 
1960s, when he played an integral role in the 
Terps winning four consecutive ACC 
wrestling championships. Callahan himself 
was a two-time conference champion, win- 
ning individual titles in 1 969 and '70. He was 
22-1 as a junior, his only loss coming to 
NCAA and eventual Olympic champion 
Dan Gable of Iowa. Callahan was a two-time 
qualifier to the U.S. Olympic Trials, reaching 
the finals in 1972 and '76. In both years, he 
finished fourth nationally in Greco-Roman 
at 149.5 pounds. 

His wife's name is Sandy. 

Demetrius Marlowe 

ASST. A.D./ACADEMIC SUPPORT & 
CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

DEMETRIUS 
MARLOWE is in 
his second year as 
assistant athletic 
director for acad- 
emic support and 
career develop- 
ment. Marlowe 
oversees and 

directs the acade- 




mic support unit for all student-athletes, 
and is developing career development initia- 
tives for all of Maryland's student-athletes as 
part of a comprehensive life-skills program. 

Marlowe came to Maryland from Syra- 
cuse University, where he served as the acad- 
emic coordinator for football for three years. 
At Syracuse, he was responsible for all acad- 
emic support services for the football pro- 
gram. His duties included the development, 
implementation and evaluation of pre-sea- 
son orientations, study tables and tutorial 
services, the development and monitoring of 
continuing eligibility, and academic progress 
toward degree processes. In addition, his 
contribution to Syracuse University led to 
one of the country's first NCAA/CHAMPS 
Life Skills programs for student-athletes. He 
also worked as an academic counselor at the 
University of Notre Dame. 

Marlowe has worked in an environment 
which sustained a student-athlete gradua- 
tion rate of 85 percent, and he has been 
described as one of the "most innovative 
leaders in forwarding the mission of the 
National Association of Academic Advisors 
for Athletes." 

He and his wife, Alison, have three chil- 
dren: Janay Miller (11), Shay (13) and 
Samuel (2). 



Dave Haglund 



ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS 






DAVE HAGLUND 
joined the Univ- 
ersity of Mary- 
land athletic staff 
in January of 1998 
following a 16- 
year career in the 
sports informa- 
tion office at Fres- 
no State Univer- 
sity. At Maryland 
he serves as the administrative head of the 
Terrapins' media relations unit, overseeing 
the development and implementation of 
initiatives to provide publicity for the uni- 
versity's 24 varsity sports and more than 600 
student-athletes. 

A 1981 graduate of Oregon State Univer- 
sity, Haglund began his sports information 
career as an assistant SID at Fresno State in 
1981 and was elevated to sports information 
director in 1996. During the course of his 
career at Fresno State, he served as the pri- 
mary contact person for the Bulldogs' 
nationally ranked Division I football, bas- 
ketball, baseball and soccer programs. Fres- 
no State led the nation in attendance in 
baseball, soccer and softball and was among 



the West Coast leaders in attendance in 
men's basketball during his time at the cen- 
tral California school. He also served as 
information director of the California Bowl 
(1982-83) for two years. 

Haglund and his wife, Cindy, are the par- 
ents of two children: Samantha (5) and 
Matthew (3). 



Jane Mullens 




ASST.A.D./C0MPLIANCE& 
CERTIFICATION 

JANE MULLENS 
was named assis- 
tant athletic dir- 
ector for compli- 
ance and certifi- 
cation this past 
May after spend- 
ing the previous 
two years as the 
department's 
compliance coor- 
dinator. She serves as the department's 
senior level manager in NCAA compliance 
and certification matters related to recruit- 
ing, eligibility, financial aid and rules educa- 
tion. 

Mullens earned a bachelor's degree from 
Western Washington University in 1992 and 
a master's in sports management from the 
University of Miami (Fla.) in 1994. She was 
an assistant in the compliance office at 
Miami in 1995 before being promoted to 
compliance coordinator in January 1996. As 
compliance coordinator for the Hurricanes, 
she was responsible for creating and imple- 
menting a rules-education program and cre- 
ating and monitoring documentation relat- 
ed to recruiting, eligibility, financial aid and 
rules education. She was named to a similar 
position at the University of Maryland in 
July 1996. She began her career in athletic 
compliance as an intern at Miami in 1994. 

She is married to Rob Mullens, Mary- 
land's acting associate athletic director for 
administration. 



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Athletic Administrators 



Athletic Department Staff 

Note: all telephone numbers 301 area code. 

Athletic Director's Office 

Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 314-7075 

Joyce Taylor, Executive Admin. Asst 314-7075 

Danita D. Nias, Sr. Associate A.D 3 14-8678 

Renee Mahaffey, Admin. Asst 314-8678 

Rob Mullens, Acting Associate A.D./Administration 314-7046 

Sue Doran, Asst. to Sr. Associate A.D 314-7162 

Lisa Lepore, Personnel Coordinator 314-1967 

A.D. Fax 314-7149 

Advancement 

Joe Hull, Associate A.D./External Relations 314-7035 

Barbara Scafone, Admin. Asst 314-7073 

Greg Manning, Director, Major Gifts 314-7014 

Cheryl Harrison, Director, Advancement Projects 405-0729 

Andrew Plenn, Director, Advancement Projects 314-7019 

David Diehl, Executive Director, M Club 314-5372 

Dotti Warren, Admin. Asst 314-7020 

Craig Brooks, Director, Terrapin Club 405-0735 

Julie Patterson, Asst. Director, Terrapin Club 314-7077 

Rod Barleen, Development Asst 314-8620 

Dana Delaney, Admin. Asst 314-7020 

Wendy Wong, Admin. Asst 314-7020 

Advancement Fax 314-9318 

Assistant A.D./Senior Women's Admin. 

Patricia Nicol 314-6969 

Shirley Robinson, Admin. Asst 314-6999 

Academic Support and Career Development 

Demetrius Marlowe, Asst. A.D./Academic Support 314-7040 

Katherine Fontaine, Academic Support Coord 314-9662 

Donald Pearman, Asst. Director 3 14-7042 

Heather Lowe, Asst. Director 314-7037 

Academic Support Fax 314-9997 

Business Office 

Rob Mullens, Acting Associate A.D 314-7046 

Lisa Peterson, Assoc. Business Mgr. 314-7048 

Lori Panko, Admin. Asst 314-9214 

Will Daly, Asst. Business Mgr 405-0572 

Phyllis Wallace, Office Supervisor 314-7050 

Karen White, Payroll Coordinator 314-9532 

Compliance 

Jane Mullens, Asst. A.D./Compliance & Certification 314-7258 

Mark Rountree, Compliance Coordinator. 314-8325 

Amy Skarbek, Asst. Compliance Coordinator 314-7081 

Compliance Fax 314-7149 



Equipment 

Ron Ohringer, Head Manager 314-7331 

Pat Gallagher, Asst. Manager 314-7110 

John Bowie, Asst. Manager 314-7130 

Grounds 

Bunk Carter, Head Groundskeeper 314-7383 

Bill Reinohl, Grounds Maintenance Coordinator 314-7383 

Marketing 

Rich McGill, Marketing Director 314-1203 

Wendy McReynolds, Asst. Marketing Director 314-5252 

Kay Scott, Asst. Marketing Director 314-7071 

Marketing Fax 314-4920 

Media Relations 

Dave Haglund, Asst. A.D./Media Relations 314-7064 

Chuck Walsh, Asst. Director 314-7065 

Tricia Hughes, Asst. Director 314-7063 

Jason Yellin, Asst. Director/Publications Coord 314-7062 

Kevin Messenger, Asst. Director 314-7066 

Media Relations Fax 314-9094 

Operations and Facilities 

Curt Callahan, Asst. A.D. Operations/Facilities 314-7126 

Gary Parker, Asst. Director 314-7127 

Greg Smith, Asst. Director 314-7128 

Patty Benfield, Admin. Asst 314-7126 

Sports Medicine 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 314-9905 

Brant Berkstresser, Asst. Trainer 314-9906 

Bill Saylor, Asst. Trainer 314-7113 

Phyllis Sanders, Asst. Trainer 314-7137 

J.J. Bush, Asst. Trainer 314-7132 

Michael Meyers, Asst. Trainer 314-9901 

Strength and Conditioning 

Dwight Gait, Strength and Conditioning 314-9927 

Damian Stephens, Asst 314-9927 

Barry Kagan, Asst 314-9927 

Corliss White, Asst .'. 314-9927 

Ticket Office 

Jack Zane, Director, Ticket Operations 314-7083 

Wendy Brown, Ticket Manager 405-9273 

Debbie Russell, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7085 

Eloise Jones, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7084 

Andrew Hartley, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7093 



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Varsity Sports Office 

Baseball 

Tom Bradley, Head Coach 314-7122 

Men's Basketball 

Gary Williams, Head Coach 314-7029 

Women's Basketball 

Chris Weller, Head Coach 314-8276 

Field Hockey 

Missy Meharg, Head Coach 314-7006 

Football 

Ron Vanderlinden, Head Coach 314-7096 

Golf 

Tom Hanna, Head Coach 403-8157 



Gymnastics 

Bob Nelligan, Head Coach 314-7007 

Men's Lacrosse 

Dick Edell, Head Coach 314-7117 

Women's Lacrosse 

Cindy Timchal, Head Coach 314-4273 

Men's Soccer 

Sasho Cirovski, Head Coach 314-4161 

Women's Soccer 

Alan Kirkup, Head Coach 314-7034 

Softball 

Gina LaMandre, Head Coach 405-0521 



Men's & Women's Swimming 

Jim Wenhold, Head Coach 314-7031 

Men's and Women's Tennis 

Jim Laitta, Head Coach 314-7131 

Men's and Women's Track 

Bill Goodman, Head Coach 314-7457 

Volleyball 

Janice Kruger, Head Coach 314-9839 

Wrestling 

John McHugh, Head Coach 314-7134 



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Terrapin Club 



Providing Scholarships for Today's Student-Athletes 



What is the Terrapin Club? 

As the scholarship fund-raising arm of 
the athletic department, the Terrapin 
Club is composed of approximately 
4,500 members who contribute 
money annually to help pay the 
scholarship costs of our student- 
athletes. For many student-ath- 
letes, scholarships are the only 
means available to continue their 
education; for others, scholar- 
ships provide the opportunity to 
compete at the highest level of 
athletic competition in America's 
premier conference, the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

With nearly 600 student-ath- 
letes, 400 of whom benefit from scholar- 
ship support, the scholarship bill for the 
coming year is approximately $4.5 mil- 
lion. For the fiscal year that ended June 30, 
1998, the Terrapin Club contributed 
approximately $2.8 million toward schol- 
arships. 

How Much Should I Contribute? 

As a Terrapin Club member, you can 
contribute the minimum of $125 or any 
higher amount. Your benefits of member- 




ship, however, do vary depending on your 
level and amount of contribution. The 
Terrapin Club is composed of seven levels 
of membership, ranging from the Top 
Terp level, where members contribute at 
least $10,000 per year, to the Silver level, 
where members contribute $125 per year. 



TERRAPIN CLUB MANAGING BOARD 




Bob Baker 


John Lamon 


Dave Raderman 


Lance Billingsley 


John Llewellyn 


Erv Raffel 


Jeff Gatling 


Hugh Mallon 


Kathleen Rosenberger 


Barry Gossett 


JoAnn Marcario 


Todd Schoenberger 


Larry Grabenstein 


Bob Mitchell 


Cal Steuart 


John Haas 


Keith Neff 


KentSwanson 


Carole Harris 


Renaldo Nehemia 


h Cindy Timchal 


Sara Klompus 


Debbie Potter 






What Benefits Do I Receive for Being a 
Member? 

Members of the Terrapin Club directly 
assist the university in providing athlet- 
ic scholarships. In addition, benefits 
of membership include priority 
seating for football and basketball, 
preferred parking, a monthly 
newsletter, and invitations to 
receptions and Terrapin Club 
events. Furthermore, you must be 
a member of the Terrapin Club to 
purchase men's basketball season 
tickets. 

What Methods of Contributing are 
Available? 

Direct gifts are the most common way 
of contributing. They are made in the 
form of cash, stock, checks or credit card 
(Visa or Mastercard). As a donor, you have 
the option of contributing once annually 
or periodically throughout the year. Also, 
you can now make your contribution via 
electronic bankdraft, where your account 
will be debited a set amount on the 10th of 
each month. 

The University of Maryland Founda- 
tion (the depository for scholarship 
money) qualifies for most charitable 
matching gift programs. Please contact 
your employer to see if you are eligible for 
a matching gift program. 

Is My Donation Tax Deductible? 

Since your gift to the Terrapin Club 
provides you the right to purchase pre- 
ferred seating for football and/or basket- 
ball, 80 percent of the total amount of 
your gift is tax deductible as a charitable 
contribution for income tax purposes, 
according to Internal Revenue Service 
code, Section 170(m). 

How is My Seat Location Determined? 

Ticket assignments for football and 
basketball and all special events (the ACC 
Tournament, bowl games, etc.) are based 
on a point system designed to reward loy- 
alty and total dollar contributions. Ter- 
points also are awarded for consecutive 
years of participation and referrals of new 
members. 



Lance Billingsley 
Terrapin Club President 



Craig Brooks 
Director 



Julie Patterson 
Asst. Director 



Still Have Questions? 

Call the Terrapin Club at (301) 
or (800) 653-7667. 



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Major Gift Fundraising 



Maryland Educational Foundation 



'ENDOWMENTS FOR THE FUTURE' 



The primary mission of the Maryland Educational Foundation (MEF) is to provide schol- 
arship endowment funds in support of the University of Maryland athletic department's 
annual athletic scholarship expenses. By supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, you 
are ensuring that our legacy of excellence will continue and grow. 

For more than 50 years, the MEF has provided financial support for Maryland athletics and 
is an important part of the department's gift-giving program. The vision of the MEF is to raise 

enough dollars through private gifts to build 
an endowment capable of funding each of the 
university's intercollegiate teams at the maxi- 
mum number of scholarships allowed by the 
NCAA. 

What is an endowment? An endowment is 
a gift in which the principal is held in perpe- 
tuity, with only the income used (in part or 
whole) for scholarships. The MEF invites you 
to discuss gifts such as cash, securities, real 
estate, insurance, personal property, life 
income, gifts of pooled income funds, charita- 
ble remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, 
wills and bequests. An endowment gift is truly 
a dynamic investment in the future of Mary- 
land athletics. Contact Greg Manning, execu- 
tive director of the MEF, at (301) 314-7020 if 
you would like more information. 



Maryland Educational Foundation, Inc. 


Chairman 


Fred Frederick 


Vice-Chairman 


Barry Gossett 


Secretary/Treasurer 


JackScarbath 


Executive Director 


Greg Manning 


Board of Governors 




Waldo Burnside 


Tommy Marcos 


Jonathan Claiborne 


Matty Mathias 


Reid Crawford 


John McCracken 


Dr. John Dennis 


Jack Miller 


Larry Doll 


Wilson Phipps 


Thomas Fields 


Haskell Smith 


Charles Grant 


Mark Turner 


Carole Harris 


Robert Weiss 


Dr. Palmer Hopkins 


Wally Whitmore 


Jack Heise 


Deborah A. Yow 


Arthur Kramer 





Major Gifts 



'BUILDING ON A WINNING TRADITION' 



The continued excellence of the University of Maryland athletics program will be greatly 
enhanced by the support it receives through private gifts beyond the annual Terrapin Club 
contributions. Cash gifts for the improvement of capital projects truly distinguishes any great 
institution's athletic program, thus guaranteeing a future as rich as its past. A gift of cash is the 
most critical type of donation to the Major Gifts Development Unit. Our goal this year is to 
raise $1.5 million in cash to enhance our facilities. Quality athletic facilities attract top-notch 
student-athletes to our university, and they attract alumni and friends back to campus to enjoy 
Maryland Terrapins intercollegiate athletic competition. 

The primary focus of the Major Gifts program is to refurbish existing facilities and build 
new ones. We currently have several excellent naming opportunities available. It you have an 
interest in a naming opportunity, or in making a major gift in support of Maryland athletics, 
please call Greg Manning, Cheryl Harrison or Andrew Plenn at (301) 314-7020. They will be 
delighted to show you how both the donor and Terrapin athletics can benefit from a major gift 
to the University of Maryland. 




Greg Manning 





Andrew Plenn 



The M Club — 



75 YEAR TRADITION OF 
'ATHLETES HELPING ATHLETES' 

The M Club was founded in 1923 by a 
group of former University of Maryland 
athletes led by Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd to 
encourage excellence in athletics. It is one of 
the oldest letterwinner clubs in the country, 
with a membership of over 4,000 former 
Maryland varsity athletes. 

The M Club goals are to help achieve the 
very best overall academic and athletic pro- 
gram for the 24 varsity teams; to aid the ath- 
letes in making positive contributions to the 
community; to obtain and maintain funds 
for awards and scholarships; and to cultivate 
social contact and good sportsmanship 
among the wearers of the "M." 

Your membership participation, through 
the payment of annual dues, helps build the 
scholarship endowment fund, support stu- 
dent-athletes' awards and recognition efforts, 
and will enable you to receive the monthly 
athletic department publication (Terp Talk) 
for information about current teams and 
news about your former teammates. 

In addition, you will receive information 
about and discounts for various M Club 
activities. Many benefits are intangible, 
though, including the satisfaction of having 
lettered at a great university and being a part 
of a unique and exclusive organization. 

University of Maryland letterwinners 
interested in joining the M Club should call 
David Diehl at (301 ) 314-5372 or Dotti War- 
ren at (301 ) 314-7020. 

Remember the M Club — Athletes Help- 
ing Athletes. 



CLUB 



M CLUB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Bryan Borda, President 
Laura LeMire, President-Elect 
Steve Hayleck, Vice-President 
Marshall Fesche, Treasurer 
Phil Calder, Assistant Treasurer 
Lisa Gibson, 

Assistant Secretary 
John Lamon, 

Executive Committee 
Russell Davis, 

Executive Committee 
Jonathan Claiborne, 

Executive Committee 
Bob Stumpff, 

Executive Committee 
Ralph Lary, Executive 
Committee 
Jack Heise, Legal Advisor 
David Diehl, Executive Director 





David Diehl 



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Strength & Conditioning 




The weight training facility used by the basketball team is more than 7,000 square feet in size. 



In the highly competitive world of colle- 
giate basketball in the 1990s, the off-court 
preparation of the basketball athlete is a crit- 
ical component in the on-court success of 
any Division I program. Dwight Gait, Mary- 
land's strength and conditioning coach, 
believes strongly that a solid off-court-train- 
ing program can dramatically improve levels 
of performance, as well as significantly 
reduce the chance of injury. The benefit of 
performing structured strength and power 
training throughout the entire year has 
allowed the Terps to reach new levels in 
physical development that in turn has result- 
ed in great success on the basketball court. 

At the University of Maryland, the maxi- 
mum development of athleticism is the pri- 
mary goal of the strength and conditioning 
program. Accomplishing this challenging 
standard of quality requires more than just 
strength and power training in the weight 
room. Speed improvement, agility, flexibili- 
ty, conditioning, plyometrics and nutrition 
also play a critical part in the maximization 
of athleticism. The Terps' strength and con- 
ditioning staff puts substantial emphasis on 
all these areas, and feels that "a chain is only 
as strong as its weakest link" when it comes 
to the off-court preparation of basketball 
team members. Coach Gait and his staff 
employ a wide range of state of the art train- 
ing modalities to assist in enhancing all 
aspects of athletic development. 



The Terrapins are fortunate to train in 
one of the premier weight training facilities 
in the country. The facility has excellent aes- 
thetic appeal with two magnificent skylights 
and large windows overlooking the Terrapin 
football playing field at Byrd Stadium. The 
magnificent weight training facility features 
7,200 square feet of functional floor space 
with two elevated offices and easy access to 
the training floor. Basketball athletes also 



have the use of a fully equipped weight 
training facility located adjacent to their 
locker room in Cole Field House. The con- 
veniently located facility has a complete line 
of free weight equipment as well as a full line 
of Cybex selectorized machines. The 
strength staff utilizes this facility specifically 
during the season as basketball team mem- 
bers are personally trained after practice. 

In the Gossett complex, Terrapin basket- 
ball team members are fortunate to train 
with some of the best weight equipment 
available, including 20,000 pounds of cus- 
tomized York free weights, seven pieces of 
Keiser progressive air resistance machines, 
and a full line of Hammer Strength equip- 
ment. The Gossett complex training facility 
also features immense, self-contained power 
rack stations, Olympic lifting platforms with 
Eleiko bumper plates, and 10 upper body- 
pressing stations. 

A primary cornerstone of the Terrapins' 
off-court program is the principle of consis- 
tency. Basketball team members have pre- 
scribed training programs throughout the 
calendar year and credit a great deal of their 
extensive athletic improvement to this con- 
sistent training effort. The foundation of 
the Terps' weight-training program rests 
with the integration of strength training and 
power development. The strength staff pre- 
scribes traditional training modalities in the 
squat, the bench press, and leg press in con- 
junction with the Keiser Air machines and 
the Hammer Strength line to give basketball 
team members a wide variety of exercise 
selection to assure continued growth 
throughout the year. 




Members of the Maryland basketball team enjoy first-class athletic facilities, including the Terps' well- 
equipped weight room in the Gossett Team House. 



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Academic Support Unit 



Don Pearman 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR 
ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND CAREER 
DEVELOPMENT 




DON PEARMAN, an assistant director of 
academic support and career development 
unit is in his seventh year at College Park, 
but his experience in the University System 
numbers nine years. Pearman coordinates 
the academic tutoring program and works 
directly with the men's basketball team. He 
formerly was program director of the Mey- 
erhoff Scholarships at the University of 
Maryland at Baltimore County campus. A 
model program of minority recruitment in 
the fields of mathematics and science, the 
Meyerhoff program is widely emulated. In 
the ASU, Pearman is responsible for post- 
graduate scholarship endeavors, the unit's 
tutorial program, and he monitors six varsi- 
ty sports. Pearman, a native of Brooklyn, 
N.Y., received both his bachelor's degree in 
sociology and his Master's degree in coun- 
seling from St. Lawrence University. 




Keith Booth participated in graduation ceremonies 
in 1 997. Former NCAA Basketball star Bill Bradley 
was the commencement speaker. 



Academic Support and Career Development Unit 



The University of Maryland considers 
intercollegiate athletics an integral part of 
the collegiate experience. Its existence pro- 
vides an opportunity for students, faculty 
and alumni to share in the life of intercolle- 
giate athletics. 

The Department of Intercollegiate Ath- 
letics strives to achieve the same standards of 
excellence in its athletics programs as exist 
within the university's teaching, research 
and public service programs. The depart- 
ment embraces the concept that the student- 
athlete is first and foremost a student, pos- 
sessing academic abilities, personal interests 
and ambitions comparable to those of other 
members of the student body. 

The mission of the Academic Support 
and Career Development Unit, headed by 
assistant athletic director Demetrius Mar- 
lowe, is to provide quality developmental 
programs and need-based services that will 
enhance the academic progress, facilitate the 
career development, and encourage the psy- 
chosocial growth of every student-athlete. 

The recently remodeled Gossett Academ- 
ic Support and Career Development Center 
for Terrapin Student-Athletes, named for 
long-time Terp supporters Barry and Mary 
Gossett, is housed in Cole Field House. It 
features a 24-station computer lab, study 
table room, tutorial room, and individual 
offices for five full-time counselors, an acad- 
emic support coordinator, and two graduate 
assistants. 

Programs and services offered by the 
Academic Support and Career Development 
Unit include: 

* Prospective student-athlete orientation 

* Academic counseling 

* Academic planning 

* Academic monitoring 

* Academic record keeping 

* Academic, personal, and career 
development enhancement programs 

* Structured study table 

* Tutorial support 

* Computer skills development 

* Career development program 

MAPS DIRECTORY 

This directory produced annually by the 
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is 
intended to assist graduating Terrapin stu- 
dent-athletes as they begin their profession- 
al careers. Distributed to more than 1,000 
corporations and businesses around the 
region, prospective employers are intro- 
duced to our graduating student-athletes 



with a photograph and resume information 
relative to academic, career and personal 
achievements. 

TERP CHOICES 

Terp Choices is a program designed to 
guide student-athletes by orienting, sup- 
porting and increasing awareness of relevant 
issues pertaining to student-athletes in 
today's world. The focus of the program is 
making personal choices and how they may 
affect an entire team, not just a single indi- 
vidual. Education and interactive work- 
shops are presented to the athletic team and 
are led by student educators. 

CAREER INFORMATION FAIRS 

Career Awareness in Academic Support is 
expanding to include a variety of programs 
that will be offered for student-athletes 
throughout the semester. Career awareness 
will be an ongoing process and will include 
assistance with resume writing and inter- 
view skills. The end of the semester will 
bring a career awareness fair, which will host 
a number of professionals from whom stu- 
dent-athletes can learn about career interests 
and planning. Unlike typical "job fairs," the 
purpose of this program is to allow student- 
athletes to explore multiple career opportu- 
nities by speaking directly to individuals in 
their chosen area of interest. 

TEAM MARYLAND 

Team Maryland is a class taught in con- 
junction with the campus' Center for Politi- 
cal Leadership in which student-athletes are 
exposed to leadership and public speaking 
skills and techniques. The program consists 
of a group of volunteer student-athletes who 
learn about the challenges for children in the 
community by speaking to different elemen- 
tary schools about drug abuse and the 
importance of education. 

In conjunction with the campus' Center 
for Political Leadership, participants are 
taught leadership skills and public speaking 
techniques to use in their school-based pre- 
sentations. In addition to school visits, 
Team Maryland has hosted visits from local 
schools to our campus. 



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Undergraduate Programs of Study 



A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

Aerospace Engineering 

Biological Resources Engineering 

Chemical Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Engineering 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Materials and Nuclear Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL 
RESOURCES 

Agricultural Sciences 

Agriculture/Veterinary (combined) 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 

Agronomy 

Animal and Avian Sciences 

Biological Resources Engineering 

Horticulture 

Landscape Architecture 

Natural Resources Management Program 

Nutrition and Food Science 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

American Studies 

Art 

Art History and Archeology 

Asian and East European Languages and Cultures 

Chinese 

Classics 

Dance 

English Language and Literature 

French Language and Literature 

Germanic Studies 

History 

Italian Language and Literature 

lapanese 

Jewish Studies 

Linguistics 

Music 

Philosophy 

Romance Languages 

Russian Area Studies 



DID YOU KNOW? 



* A total of 226 Terrapin student-athletes, 
comprising 51 percent of the student- 
athlete population at the University of 
Maryland, achieved Scholar-Athlete status 
in the spring or fall, 1997. To qualify, 
student-athletes must have earned a 3.0 
grade point average for one of the two 
semesters. Nearly 100 achieved a 3.0 or 
better for both semesters. 

* In 1997-98, 150 Maryland student- 
athletes were named to the ACC Honor Roll 
for achieving a 3.0 GPA or better for the 
spring and fall semesters. 

* Sixteen of Maryland's 24 varsity sports 
achieved team grade point averages of 2.5 
or better during the fall 1997 semester. 



Russian Language and Literature 

Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literature 

Speech Communication 

Theatre 

Women's Studies 

COLLEGE OF BEHAVORIAL AND SOCIAL 
SCIENCES 

Afro-American Studies 

Anthropology 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geography 

Government and Politics 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Psychology 

Sociology 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT 

Accounting 

Business/Law 

Finance 

General Business and Management 

Logistics and Transportation 

Management and Organization 

Management Science and Statistics Marketing 

Personnel and Labor Relations 

Production Management 

Transportation, Business and Public Policy 

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL 
AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Astronomy 

Computer Science 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geology 

Mathematics 

Physical Sciences 

Physics 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Early Childhood Education 

Elementary Education 

Human Development 

Secondary Education 

Art 

English 

Foreign Language 

Mathematics 



Music 
Science 
Social Studies 
Speech and English 
Theatre and English 
Special Education 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN 
PERFORMANCE 

Family Studies 
Health Education 
Kinesiology 

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 

Biochemistry 

Biological Sciences 

Chemistry 

Entomology 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Microbiology 

Plant Biology 

Zoology 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 

College Park Scholars 

Division of Letters and Sciences 

Individual Studies Program 

Law and Health Professions 

Pre-Dental Hygiene 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law 

Pre-Medical Technology 

Pre-Medicine 

Pre-Nursing 

Pre-Optometry 

Pre-Osteopathic Medicine 

Pre-Pharmacy 

Pre-Physical Therapy 

Pre-Podiatric Medicine 

University Honors Program 

CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 

Afro-American Studies 
East Asian Studies 
Latin-American Studies 
Science, Technology, and Society 
Women's Studies 




Tony Massenburg earned his bachelor's degree in education in 1990. 



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MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 



Terp Airwaves 



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Learfield Sports 

All of Maryland's games this season — 
home and away — will be heard live on the 
Maryland Radio Network. 

The Terps will be heard on flagship stations 
WBAL (1090-AM) and WMAL (630-AM), 
which combine to give Maryland one of the 
strongest broadcast signals of any collegiate 
basketball team in the nation. The Terps can 
be heard from Maine to Florida. 

Johnny Holliday will once again serve as the 
voice of the Terps. He will be joined by former 
Terps all-star Greg Manning. 

All of Maryland's games can be heard via 
www.gamecruiser.com. 

JOHNNY HOLLIDAY 

PLAY-BY-PLAY 

Johnny Holliday, who is in his third decade 
as the Terps' play-by-play announcer, has 
broadcast more than 550 Maryland basketball 
games, 26 NCAA Tournament games and will 
call his 20th ACC Tournament this season. 

Holliday, now in his 20th year as the "Voice 
of the Terps," is considered one of the finest 
play-by-play announcers in the nation. In 
addition to calling the action for the Maryland 
basketball and football teams, Holliday also 
hosts the award-winning Gary Williams and 
Ron Vanderlinden television shows. As the 
Terps' director of broadcasting, he handles a 
myriad of speaking duties within the athletic 
department, ranging from banquets, to alumni 
functions, to Terrapin Club and M Club func- 
tions and golf outings. 

Holliday 's long list of credits include ABC's 
coverage of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games 
in Atlanta and the Winter and Summer 
Olympics in 1984, 1988 and 1994. In addition, 
he has covered championship boxing, the Mas- 
ters, the USFL Game of the Week and the Lib- 
erty and Aloha bowls. 

Holliday 's announcing career allows him to 
lay claim to being Washington's most versatile 
broadcaster and among the best nationally. 
Whether it be in radio, where he was named 
America's No. 1 disc jockey during his rock 'n 
roll deejay days, to his public address duties 
with the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders, 
and Golden State Warriors, to his work in 
Washington television for the Senators and 
Bullets, Holliday makes a complicated business 
look easy. 

He brings that ease to the Maryland 
coaches' television shows on Home Team 
Sports, the region's premier sports channel. He 
has also been the host of Redskin's general 
manager Charley Casserly's show and ACC 
Sports Sunday. He also does special events for 
HTS that include baseball, tennis, basketball, 
and track and field. He is among the pioneer- 
ing broadcasters in the nation for the sport of 
women's basketball, handling play-by-play 



duties of the ACC women's package on televi- 
sion. He earned a Distinguished Service Award 
from the ACC women's basketball officials for 
his work on the league's women's basketball 
telecasts the past seven years. 

A native of Miami, Fla., Holliday began his 
broadcasting career in Perry, Ga., and through 
the years has worked in four of the nation's 
prime radio markets: Cleveland, New York 
City, San Francisco and Washington. At one 
time he was recognized as America's No. 1 disc 
jockey and is a member of the Rock 'N Roll 
Hall of Fame. 

In addition to his broadcasting accomplish- 
ments, he has also been extremely successful 
raising money for charity. Washingtonian Mag- 
azine honored him as a Washingtonian of the 
Year for his many civic activities. His basket- 
ball and softball teams, the Radio Wonders, 
have raised more than $1 million for charity. 
He is involved in Special Olympics, Catholic 
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. 

Last spring he was honored by the Greater 
Washington, D.C. Chapter of Operation Smile 
with its 1998 Smile Award for his outstanding 
service to the community. In 1995, he was the 
recipient of the University of Maryland "M 
Club" Distinguished Citizen Award. He is an 
honorary member of the university's chapter 
of Omicron Delta Kappa. 

Holliday, who has performed in 21 summer 
stock shows, was a Helen Hayes award nomi- 
nee for best actor in a Washington musical for 
"Me and My Girl." He is also the announcer on 
ABC's "This Week with Sam Donaldson and 
Cokie Roberts." 

Holliday and his wife, Mary Claire, are the 
proud parents of three daughters. Kellie is a 
physician along with her husband, Steve; they 
reside in Bel Air, Md. Tracie is a neo-natal 
nurse at Shady Grove Hospital who resides in 
Potomac, Md. with her husband, Chris, who is 
an attorney; and Moira attends St. Joseph's 
University in Philadelphia. 



GREG MANNING 
COLOR COMMENTARY 



MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 


WBAL-AM 


Baltimore 


1090 


WMAL-AM 


Washington, D.C. 


630 


WAMD-AM 


Aberdeen 


970 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 


1450 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 


930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerstown 


1490 


WMSG-AM 


Oakland 


1050 


WKHW-FM 


Pocomoke City 


106.5 


WINX-AM 


Rockville 


1600 


WTGM-FM 


Salisbury 


960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



Greg Manning, who is in his 13th year as a 
member of the Maryland basketball radio 
team, has broadcast more than 350 Terrapin 
basketball games and has broadcast nearly 
every game since the beginning of the 1986-87 
season. Manning has accompanied the Terps 
to six NCAA Tournaments and 1 1 Atlantic 
Coast Conference Tournaments. He has the 
fourth longest tenure of the nine basketball 
color analysts currently working in the ACC. 

Combined with his 118-game Maryland 
career as one of the most heralded shooters in 
school history, Manning has been a part of 
nearly 500 Terrapin games. 

Manning is the director of major gifts for 
the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at 
the University of Maryland. 

As the director of major gifts, Manning has 
continued his devotion to Terrapin Athletics 
through his daily professional life. He was 
appointed to his current position in 1994. He 
held the position of executive director of the M 
Club from 1991-94, helping develop and 
strengthen the university's athletic letterwin- 
ners organization. As director of the letterwin- 
ners club, he increased fundraising from 
$50,000 to $250,000 per year. In his current 
position, Manning has the responsibility of 
raising the funds needed to support the capital 
projects of the athletic department. 

Manning, Maryland class of 1981, gained 
fame, on the court and in the classroom for the 
Terps. He was among the top point guards in 
the ACC from 1978-81. In 1980, he led the 
Terps to the regular season championship of 
the ACC and was named to the All-ACC Tour- 
nament team. As a four-year starter, he led the 
Terps to postseason play three times and to the 
Eastern Region semifinals of the NCAA Tour- 
nament in 1980. Nearly 17 years after his play- 
ing career ended, Manning is still listed promi- 
nently in the Terps' record book, including 
holding the record for consecutive baskets 
made (15 during the 1981 season). In addi- 
tion, he is one of only two players in school his- 
tory to shoot 75 percent or better from the 
free-throw line during each of his four varsity 
seasons. 

Off the court, Manning was a 1981 Acade- 
mic All-American and a three-time All-ACC 
Academic selection. He earned an NCAA Post- 
graduate Scholarship upon his graduation. 

Manning and his wife, Cathy, have a son, 
Greg, Jr., 13 and a daughter, Courtney, 9, and 
are residents of Ellicott City, Md. He is a youth 
league basketball coach in Howard County, 
Md., and continues to be a guest lecturer at 
high school and college basketball camps. 



TERP ENT 



Band/Cheerleaders 






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The Pep Band and cheerleaders are inte- 
gral parts of the Maryland basketball tradi- 
tion. The band has been under the direction 
of Associate Director of Bands Dr. L. Rich- 
mond Sparks since 1984 while the cheer- 
leaders are directed and choreographed by 
Tina Simijoski. 

The band, cheerleaders and dance squads 
are among the most devoted and enthusias- 
tic fans of the basketball program. Each of 
the organizations works tirelessly in support 
of Gary Williams and the team. 

Performances by the band, cheerleaders 
and dance squads are not only limited to all 
of the men's and women's home basketball 
games. The band travels to the ACC and 
NCAA tournaments as well. Other basket- 
ball performances include the BB&T Classic 
at MCI Center for the men's team and the 
Dial Soap Classic for the women's team. The 
band further supports Maryland Athletics 
by appearing at many M Club and Terrapin 
Club functions. The band answers requests 
for a variety of community and university 
events and has even performed for a state- 
house event on the Senate floor. 

The repertoire of the band contains more 
than 150 selections of music in a variety of 
styles including country western, classical, 
jazz and rock. GySgt Tom Holtz of the Unit- 
ed States Marine band has arranged many 
popular songs for the band. 

For a typical basketball game, the band 
arrives an hour prior to tip-off and plays 
pre-game music culminating with the 
National Anthem. The band also plays an 
enthusiastic part in the player introductions. 
During every game, the band continues to 



keep the Terp spirit alive as it plays during 
timeouts and at halftime. Following the 
game, the crowd traditionally sings along 
while the band plays the schools songs, the 
Alma Mater and Maryland Victory. 

Many Pep Band members also participate 
in the Mighty Sound of Maryland marching 
band that performs at every home football 
game and during one away game each sea- 
son. In addition, the members of the band 
make frequent appearances at professional 
sporting events and civic functions. The 
band has recently preformed for the Wash- 
ington Capitals and Wizards and the United 
States National Soccer team. Most recently, 
the marching band has performed in Ham- 
burg, Barcelona, Paris and Scotland for the 
NFL Europe Superbowls as well as MCI 
Center, Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, and the 
newly opened Ravens stadium at Camden 
Yards. 

The enthusiastic and spirited Terp cheer- 
leading squad participated in the opening 
ceremonies at the 1996 Summer Olympic 
Games in Atlanta, Ga. In addition to leading 
Cole Field House in cheers, the cheerleaders 
are also expert gymnasts and dancers. A stu- 
dent who dresses up as Testudo, Maryland's 
famous mascot accompanies them. The 
squad performs at many athletic department 
functions, pep rallies and area functions 
spreading Terp spirit and athletic awareness. 

"Cole Field House is one of the toughest 
places in nation to play," says head coach 
Gary Williams. "We love to play at home 
because of the support we received from the 
band, the cheerleaders and the dance squad." 



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Over the years, Cole Field House has 
played a substantial role in college basketball 
history. Twice the Final Four has been held 
there, and twice it's been a site for the open- 
ing two rounds of the NCAA basketball 
tournament. Cole is the only on-campus 
arena to play host to multiple Final Fours. 
Over the years, as the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence has grown in stature as the preeminent 
college basketball conference in the country, 
Cole has seen its share of memorable games 
and storied players. 

As the state university and an important 
part of the Baltimore-Washington area's 
sports landscape, it has also served as the site 
for the state boys' basketball tournament, 
and housed one of the biggest high school 
games played in these parts, when DeMatha 
from nearby Hyattsville played host to 
Power Memorial of New York and Lew 
Alcindor, now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 

In focusing on Cole's past, the temptation 
is to overlook the present. Certainly, a lot of 
great games and great teams have performed 
there through the years. On any given week- 
night or weekend afternoon during the cold 
of the winter, the Terrapins and their spirit- 
ed fans get the place rocking, and there's no 
better place for college basketball. 

And few arenas have proven quite so 
dangerous — for opposing teams, that is. 
Since back in the early '70s, when Lefty 
Driesell got the "Amen" chorus going, top- 
ranked teams have found Cole Field House a 
particularly unfriendly place. Driesell 
served notice that Maryland would prove an 




ATTENDANCE RECORDS AT 




COLE FIELD HOUSE 






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 


1996-97 


11 


3 


13,059 


1997-98 


12 


2 


13,377 


43-year record at Cole Field House 




Won 


Lost 


Pet. 




431 


146 


.747 




Attendance records prior to 1963 are incomplete 


Dedicated: 


December 2, 1955 




Capacity: 


14,500 (Courtside Seats: 96) 


First Game: 


December 2, 1955 




First Win: 


December 2, 1955, 






Maryland 67, Virginia 55 


First Loss: 


December 15, 1955, 






Kentucky 6; 


.Maryland 


61 


100th Game: 


December 18, 1964, 






Maryland 82, Wake Forest 64 


200th Game: 


January 23, 1973, 






Maryland 100, Long Island 73 


300th Game: 


February 23, 1980, 






Maryland 82, Virginia 71 


400th Game: 


January 10, 


1987, 






Virginia 71, 


Maryland 64 


500th Game: 


December 2, 1993, 
Maryland 89, UMBC 80 




100th Victory 


February 25, 1970, 






Maryland 83, West Virg 


nia 76 


200th Victory 


December 28, 1977, 






Maryland 9 


1, Western Kentucky 78 


300th Victory 


November 23, 1985, 






Maryland 84, Northeastern 72 


400th Victory 


December 23, 1995, 






Maryland 1 04, American 79 



ungracious host during his tenure with an 
upset of then-No. 1 South Carolina in his 
second season in College Park. In 1979, the 
Terps came from behind in the final seconds 
to knock off top-ranked Notre Dame on 
national television in another memorable 
upset. This list goes on and on. UCLA in 
1 982, Virginia in '83, and Carolina in '95 and 
again last season. All were No. 1 when they 
arrived at Cole, but were knocked off by the 
Terrapins and the homecourt advantage the 
building and the fans afforded them. 

Though some of those victories might 
have been surprises, you could hardly call 
them flukes. The Terps have posted winning 
records in 37 of the 43 seasons they've 
played at Cole, and fans with season tickets 
have seen the Terps lose more than they've 
won in College Park only once since the 
1969-70 season. Of course, most of those 
years, the Terps have done far better than 
just break even in College Park. Under head 
coach Gary Williams, a Maryland grad who 
played at Cole as an undergraduate in the 
late 1960s, the Terps have won at least 10 
games at home eight times in his nine sea- 
sons. Thanks to the heroics of All-American 
center Joe Smith, the Terps went undefeated 
at home (16-0) during the 1994-95 season, 
the third time in history that had happened. 

Overall, Maryland is 431-146 at Cole, 
including a sparkling 12-2 record at home 
last season, for a winning percentage just shy 
of .750. 

Appropriately, the Terps opened their 
1955-56 season with a victory over neigh- 
boring rival Virginia in the building's dedi- 
cation game. A crowd of some 9,000 came 
out to see what kind of field house could be 
built with $3.3 million in those days. In the 
building's early years, capacity was only 
about 12,000, because there were no seats on 
the floor, below where the railings ring the 
court. 

Nowadays, capacity is listed as 14,500, 
although that doesn't include the 96 court- 
side seats installed before the 1993-94 sea- 
son. The largest recorded crowd (15,827) 
was on hand for the Maryland-North Car- 
olina overtime thriller in 1972. But more 
than that may have witnessed the Virginia 
game in March of 1974, which marked the 
final home game for distinguished seniors 
Tom McMillen and Len Elmore. Every seat 
in the place was filled, and thousands more 
lined the concourse a couple of rows deep or 
simply sat in the aisles to witness the grand 
send-off. The fire marshal must have been 
on vacation. Or maybe he was there at the 
game. 






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In the building's four decades, though, 
the 1966 NCAA championship game, which 
pitted Kentucky against underdog Texas- 
Western (now Texas El Paso), is probably the 
most famous. And, the most historically sig- 
nificant. In that game, the upstart Texas 
team, which featured an all-black starting 
five, knocked off all-white Kentucky, the 
New York Yankees of college basketball. The 
result forced the southern colleges to recruit 
and sign black players, lest they lose their 
competitive advantage, and did away with 
segregation in the sport. 

Cole also hosted the 1970 Final Four, 
which saw UCLA crowned as champion for 
the fourth year in a row in what would turn 
out to be a run of seven straight national 
titles. 

Great high school and professional games 
have been played on the Maryland campus 
as well. Back in 1965, Morgan Wootten was 
gaining national attention for his winning 
program at DeMatha, just down Route 1 
from campus. To be the best, Wootten always 
said, you had to beat the best, which is why 
he scheduled a game against Power Memor- 
ial of New York City, which featured Akin- 
dor. After practicing in the week leading up 




to the game against a defender holding a 
tennis racquet to approximate Alcindor's 
wingspan, DeMatha stunned Power with a 
46-43 victory. It was the only loss of the 
future Hall of Famer's high school career. 

For a time, Cole served as the site for the 
Capital Classic high school all-star basket- 
ball game each spring, and the Capital Bul- 
lets, who later became the Washington Wiz- 



ards, played their NBA games at Cole while 
waiting for the completion of the Capital 
Centre back in the early 1970s. 

In its time, Cole Field House has been 
much more than just another on-campus 
college basketball arena. If you don't believe 
that, just ask any Terrapin fan or player. But 
they'd probably all agree that it's the role the 
building has played best. 





1962 Eastern Regional 


1966 Final Four 


Championship 


Semifinals 


Kentucky 83, Duke 79 


North Carolina 87, Davidson 85 


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


Texas Western 85, Utah 78 


Third Place 


Villanova79,NewYorkUniv.76 


Championship 


Duquesne 75, St. John's 72 


Championship 


Texas Western 85, Kentucky 65 




Wake Forest 79, Villanova 69 


Third Place 


1970 Final Four 


Third Place 


Duke 79, Utah 77 


Jacksonville 94, St. Bonaventure 83 


New York Univ. 94, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 85 




UCLA 93, New Mexico State 77 




1967 Eastern Regional 


Championship 


1963 Eastern Regional 


Semifinals 


UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 


Semifinals 


North Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (0T) 


Third Place 


Duke 81, New York Univ. 76 


Boston College 63, St. John's 62 


New Mexico State 79, St. Bonaventure 73 


St. Joseph's (Pa.) 97, West Virginia 88 


Championship 




Championship 


North Carolina 96, Boston College 80 


1977 Eastern Regional 


Duke73,St.Joseph's(Pa.)69 


Third Place 


Kentucky 93, Virginia Military 78 


Third Place 


Princeton 78, St. John's 58 


North Carolina 79, Notre Dame 77 


West Virginia 83, New York Univ. 73 




Championship 




1968 First Round 


North Carolina 79, Kentucky 72 


1965 Eastern Regional 


Davidson 79, St. John's 70 




Semifinals 


Columbia 83, La Salle 69 


1991 Eastern Regional 


Princeton 66, North Carolina 48 




Oklahoma State 67, New Mexico 54 


Providence 81, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 73 (0T) 


1969 Eastern Regional 


NC State 1 1 4, Southern Mississippi 85 


Championship 


Semifinals 


Temple 80, Purdue 63 


Princeton 109, Providence 69 


North Carolina 79, Duquesne 78 


Richmond 73, Syracuse 69 


Third Place 


Davidson 79, St. John's 69 


Second Round 


North Carolina 83, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 81 




Oklahoma State 73, NC State 64 
Temple 77, Richmond 64 



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Cole Field House 



HIGHLIGHTS 



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1955 Cole Field House dedicated at a cost 
of $3.3 million. Maryland defeats Vir- 
ginia, 67-55, on Dec. 2 in the first game in 
the new facility. 

1958 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast 
Conference champions. 

1966 Cole plays host to the NCAA Final 
Four. In the semifinals, Kentucky defeats 
Duke and Texas Western defeats Utah. 
Texas Western then defeats Kentucky in 
one of the most memorable champi- 
onship games in history. 



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

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



with four seconds remaining in overtime. 

1972 Cole is home to the National Invita- 
tion Tournament champions, the Mary- 
land Terrapins. 

1972 The Cole Field House attendance 
record of 15,287 was set as Maryland 
played host to North Carolina on Feb. 16. 
Maryland lost 79-77 in an overtime 
thriller. Maryland averaged 13,166 fans at 
each home game in 1972, the third highest 
total in school history. 

1975 The Cole Field House home average 
attendance record of 13,427 is set. The 



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Terps played 14 home games in front of 
187,971 Terp faithful. 

1979 On Super Bowl Sunday, Larry Gib- 
son sank a free throw with one second on 
the clock to boost the Terps past No. 1 
Notre Dame, 67-66, on Jan. 27, 1979. Gib- 
son scored 1 1 points that day while Ernest 
Graham scored 28 and Buck Williams 
grabbed 15 rebounds. 

1979 Greg Manning sinks an eight-foot 
jumper with three seconds remaining in 
regulation to give Maryland a 70-68 victo- 
ry over Duke on Jan. 16, 1979. The Blue 
Devils had entered the season ranked No. 
1 in the country and were ranked among 
the top 10 on the day of the game, the 
Maryland Terrapins. 

1984 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast 
Conference champions, the Maryland Ter- 
rapins. 

1991 In the NCAA Eastern Regional first 
round, No. 15 Richmond defeats No. 2 
Syracuse, 73-69, in one of the great upsets 
in NCAA Tournament history. It was only 
the second time in the history of the tour- 
nament that a No. 15 seed had defeated a 
No. 2 seed. 

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

1994 Maryland sets an all-time average 
attendance record of 13,644 for 13 games. 

1994 Maryland defeats Virginia on March 
5, 70-68, in front of a sellout crowd. 
Duane Simpkins is perfect from the free- 
throw line (11-11) and Joe Smith scores 20 
points and has 11 rebounds. The win 
clinches a fourth-place tie in the ACC reg- 
ular season standings and virtually assures 
the Terps of an NCAA Tournament bid. 

1995 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Car- 
olina, 86-73, on Feb. 7, in front of a sellout 
crowd and a national television audience. 



Terp Attendance Records Through the Years 





Home Games Only 






Total Season Games 




Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Avg. 


Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Avg. 


1963-64 


9 


52,500 


5,833 


1963-64 


26 


132,200 


5,084 


1964-65 


12 


103,100 


8,592 


1964-65 


26 


185,500 


7,135 


1965-66 


10 


95,400 


9,540 


1965-66 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


1966-67 


10 


82,490 


8,249 


1966-67 


25 


164,390 


6,576 


1967-68 


10 


70,100 


7,101 


1967-68 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


1968-69 


10 


66,500 


6,650 


1968-69 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


1969-70 


14 


138,600 


9,900 


1969-70 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


1970-71 


15 


180,842 


12,056 


1970-71 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


1971-72 


14 


184,323 


13,166 


1971-72 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


1972-73 


13 


172,828 


13,294 


1972-73 


30 


340,964 


11,365 


1973-74 


12 


144,149 


12,012 


1973-74 


28 


301,164 


10.756 


1974-75 


14 


187,971 


13,427 


1974-75 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


1975-76 


15 


196,656 


13,110 


1975-76 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


1976-77 


19 


240,254 


12,645 


1976-77 


27 


325,777 


12,066 


1977-78 


14 


172,673 


12,334 


1977-78 


28 


305,001 


10,893 


1978-79 


18 


201,536 


11,196 


1978-79 


30 


316,449 


10,548 


1979-80 


16 


160,815 


10,050 


1979-80 


31 


317,559 


10,242 


1980-81 


15 


196,978 


13,132 


1980-81 


31 


398,036 


12,840 


1981-82 


16 


157,275 


9,830 


1981-82 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


1982-83 


17 


172,445 


10,144 


1982-83 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


1983-84 


15 


170,060 


11,337 


1983-84 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


1984-85 


16 


199,335 


12,458 


1984-85 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


1985-86 


14 


160,267 


11,447 


1985-86 


33 


335,937 


10,180 


1986-87 


16 


130,975 


8,186 


1986-87 


26 


241,118 


9,274 


1987-88 


12 


145,525 


12,127 


1987-88 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


1988-89 


14 


128,773 


9,198 


1988-89 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


1989-90 


16 


164,806 


10,300 


1989-90 


33 


306,339 


9,293 


1990-91 


14 


137,476 


9,820 


1990-91 


28 


267,401 


9,550 


1991-92 


15 


143,444 


9,563 


1991-92 


29 


323,755 


11,164 


1992-93 


15 


175,217 


11,681 


1992-93 


28 


321,673 


11,488 


1993-94 


13 


177,376 


13,644 


1993-94 


30 


360,993 


12,033 


1994-95 


16 


221,020 


13,814 


1994-95 


34 


437,268 


12,861 


1995-96 


14 


186,553 


13,324 


1995-96 


30 


399,616 


13,321 


1996-97 


14 


182,832 


13,059 


1996-97 


32 


388,300 


12,134 


1997-98 


14 


187,272 


13,377 


1997-98 


32 


446,213 


13,944 



Duane Simpkins and Johnny Rhodes 
score 21 points each and Joe Smith grabs 
16 rebounds. The game features the Terps' 
Smith and North Carolina's Jerry Stack- 
house and Rasheed Wallace, all three of 
whom were selected in the first round of 
the 1995 NBA Draft. 

1995 Maryland defeats American, 104-79, 
on Dec. 23, for the 400th victory in Cole 
Field House by a Maryland team. 

1998 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Car- 



olina, 89-83 in overtime, as Laron Profit 
scores 19 points overall and six points 
during the overtime period. It marks the 
second time in three years that the Terps 
defeated No. 1 North Carolina in Cole 
Field House. 



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RECORDS 



National Rankings 



Associated 

Press 

Rankings 

7954 

1 . Kentucky 

2. La Salle 

3. Holy Cross 

4. Indiana 

5. Duquesne 

6. Notre Dame 

7. Bradley 

8. Western 
Kentucky 

9. Penn State 

10. Oklahoma A&M 
20. Maryland 

1958 

1 . West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. Kansas State 

4. San Francisco 

5. Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Kansas 

8. Notre Dame 

9. Kentucky 

10. Duke 

1972 

1. UCLA 

2. North Carolina 

3. Pennsylvania 

4. Louisville 

5. Long Beach State 

6. South Carolina 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 

9. Brigham Young 

10. Florida State 
14. Maryland 

1973 

1. UCLA 

2. NC State 

3. Long Beach State 

4. Providence 

5. Marquette 

6. Indiana 

7. S.W. Louisiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Kansas State 

10. Minnesota 



1974 

1. NC State 

2. UCLA 

3. Marquette 

4. Maryland 

5. Notre Dame 

6. Michigan 

7. Kansas 

8. Providence 

9. Indiana 

10. Long Beach State 

1975 

1. UCLA 

2. Kentucky 

3. Indiana 

4. Louisville 

5. Maryland 

6. Syracuse 

7. NC State 

8. Arizona State 

9. North Carolina 

10. Alabama 

1976 

1. Indiana 

2. Marquette 

3. UNLV 

4. Rutgers 

5. UCLA 

6. Alabama 

7. Notre Dame 

8. North Carolina 

9. Michigan 

10. Western 
Michigan 

11. Maryland 

1980 

1. DePaul 

2. Louisville 

3. Louisiana State 

4. Kentucky 

5. Oregon State 

6. Syracuse 

7. Indiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Ohio State 

1981 

1. DePaul 

2. Oregon State 

3. Arizona State 

4. Louisiana State 

5. Virginia 

6. North Carolina 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Kentucky 

9. Indiana 

10. UCLA 
18. Maryland 



1984 

1. North Carolina 

2. Georgetown 

3. Kentucky 

4. DePaul 

5. Houston 

6. Illinois 

7. Oklahoma 

8. Arkansas 

9. Texas -El Paso 

10. Purdue 

11. Maryland 

1995 

1. UCLA 

2. Kentucky 

3. Wake Forest 

4. North Carolina 

5. Kansas 

6. Arkansas 

7. Massachusetts 

8. Connecticut 

9. Villanova 

10. Maryland 

1997 

1. Kansas 

2. Utah 

3. Minnesota 

4. North Carolina 

5. Kentucky 

6. South Carolina 

7. UCLA 

8. Duke 

9. Wake Forest 

10. Cincinnati 
22. Maryland 

1998 

1. North Carolina 

2. Kansas 

3. Duke 

4. Arizona 

5. Kentucky 

6. Connecticut 

7. Utah 

8. Princeton 

9. Cincinnati 

10. Stanford 
20. Maryland 



UPI/CNN- 


7976 


7995 




l. 


Indiana 


i. 


UCLA 


USA Today 
Rankings 


2. 


Marquette 


2. 


Arkansas 


3. 
4. 


Rutgers 
UNLV 


3. 

4. 


North Carolina 
Oklahoma State 




5. 


UCLA 


5. 


Kentucky 


1958 


6. 


North Carolina 


6. 


Connecticut 


1. West Virginia 


7. 


Alabama 


7. 


Massachusetts 


2. Cincinnati 


8. 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Virginia 


3. San Francisco 


9. 


Michigan 


9. 


Wake Forest 


4. Kansas State 


10 


Washington 


10. 


Kansas 


5. Temple 


13. 


Maryland 


11. 


Maryland 


6. Maryland 

7. Notre Dame 


7980 


7998 


8 Kansas 


l. 


DePaul 


l. 


Kentucky 


9. Dayton 

10. Indiana 


2. 


Louisiana State 


2. 


Utah 


3. 


Kentucky 


3. 


North Carolina 




4. 


Louisville 


4. 


Stanford 


1972 


5. 


Oregon State 


5. 


Duke 


1. UCLA 


6. 


Syracuse 


6. 


Arizona 


2. North Carolina 


7. 


Indiana 


7. 


Connecticut 


3. Pennsylvania 


8. 


Maryland 


8. 


Kansas 


4. Louisville 


9. 


Ohio State 


9. 


Purdue 


5. South Carolina 


10. 


Georgetown 


10. 


Michigan St. 


6. Long Beach State 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiana 


7987 

1. DePaul 


15. 


Maryland 


9. Brigham Young 


2. 


Oregon State 






10. Florida State 


3. 


Virginia 






11. Maryland 


4. 
5. 


Louisiana State 
Arizona State 






1973 


6. 


North Carolina 






1. UCLA 


7. 


Indiana 






2. NC State 


8. 


Kentucky 






3. Long Beach State 


9. 


Notre Dame 






4. Marquette 


10. 


Utah 






5. Providence 


11. 


Maryland 






6. Indiana 

7. Kansas State 


7984 






S.W. Louisiana 


l. 


North Carolina 






9. Minnesota 


2. 


Georgetown 






10. Maryland 


3. 

4. 


Kentucky 
DePaul 






7974 


5. 


Houston 






1. NC State 


6. 


Illinois 






2. UCLA 


7. 


Arkansas 






3. Notre Dame 


8. 


Oklahoma 






4. Maryland 


9. 


Texas -El Paso 






5. Marquette 


10. 


Maryland 






6. Providence 

7. Vanderbilt 


7994 






8. North Carolina 


l. 


Arkansas 






9. Indiana 


2. 


Duke 






10. Kansas 


3. 
4. 


Arizona 
Florida 






7975 


5. 


Purdue 






1. Indiana 


6. 


Missouri 






2. UCLA 


7. 


Connecticut 






3. Louisville 


8. 


Michigan 






4. Kentucky 


9. 


North Carolina 






5. Maryland 


10. 


Louisville 






6. Marquette 


11. 


Maryland 






7. Arizona State 










8. Alabama 










9. NC State 










10. North Carolina 











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1997-98 Team Statistics 

Final Record: 21-11, 10-6 ACC (3rd Place) 























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 


Laron Profit 


32-32 


184-412 


.447 


34-117 


.291 


104-147 


.707 


506 


15.8 


66 


99 


165 


5.2 


87-3 


104 


89 


36 


87 


1008 


Rodney Elliott 


32-32 


174-359 


.485 


28-74 


.378 


105-153 


.686 


481 


15.0 


68 


168 


236 


7.4 


105-11 


51 


67 


19 


30 


926 


Obinna Ekezie 


32-32 


138-285 


.484 


0-0 


.000 


134-200 


.670 


410 


12.8 


75 


132 


207 


6.5 


103-6 


51 


69 


37 


19 


895 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


32-32 


135-296 


.456 


60-151 


.397 


66-87 


.759 


396 


12.4 


28 


76 


104 


3.3 


69-1 


116 


80 


6 


38 


937 


Terence Morris 


32-0 


91-174 


.523 


13-37 


.351 


41-59 


.695 


236 


7.4 


47 


66 


113 


3.5 


57-2 


25 


46 


29 


27 


511 


Mike Mardesich 


32-0 


72-170 


.424 


0-0 


.000 


28-45 


.622 


172 


5.4 


47 


91 


138 


4.3 


63-2 


26 


42 


20 


10 


582 


Terrell Stokes 


32-25 


56-135 


.415 


24-70 


.343 


36-54 


.667 


172 


5.4 


12 


70 


82 


2.6 


72-1 


149 


67 


2 


40 


900 


Matt Kovarik 


32-7 


31-64 


.484 


2-8 


.250 


12-28 


.429 


76 


2.4 


10 


43 


53 


1.7 


46-2 


64 


37 


4 


18 


490 


Brian Watkins 


9-0 


8-16 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


3-5 


.600 


19 


2.1 


4 


11 


15 


1.7 


8-0 


3 


5 


2 


1 


48 


Norman Fields 


12-0 


10-19 


.526 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


.000 


23 


1.9 


1 


10 


11 


0.9 


2-0 


4 


5 


1 


2 


56 


Matt Hahn 


11-0 


2-8 


.250 


1-5 


.200 


6-8 


.750 


11 


1.0 











0.0 


1-0 


4 


■> 





1 


24 


Atman Smith 


11-0 


4-10 


.400 


1-5 


.200 


2-4 


.500 


11 


1.0 


3 


5 


8 


0.7 


4-0 


4 


6 








29 


LaRon Cephas 


21-0 


3-21 


.143 


0-1 


.000 


1-4 


.250 


7 


0.3 


8 


22 


30 


1.4 


20-0 


1 


10 


2 


2 


94 


Team Rebounds 
























109 
















Maryland Totals 


32-32 


908-1,969 


.461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


2,520 


78.8 


369 


793 


1,271 


39.7 


637-28 


602 


525 


158 


275 


— 


Opponent Team Rebounds 






















90 
















Opponent Totals 


32-32 


799-1,957 


.408 


220-667 


.330 


488-740 


.660 


2,306 


72.1 


398 


721 


1,209 


37.8 


638-33 


421 


603 


113 


233 





1997-98 Atlantic Coast Conference Statistics 

Final Record: 10-6 ACC (3rd Place) 























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 


Laron Profit 


16-16 


84-198 


.424 


11-53 


.208 


62-89 


.697 


241 


15.1 


28 


46 


74 


4.6 


44-1 


48 


42 


21 


48 


511 


Rodney Elliott 


16-16 


83-169 


.491 


10-32 


.313 


46-67 


.687 


222 


13.9 


29 


72 


101 


6.3 


56-6 


20 


30 


5 


16 


461 


Obinna Ekezie 


16-16 


63-147 


.429 


0-0 


.000 


82-118 


.695 


208 


13.0 


39 


63 


102 


6.4 


57-4 


20 


38 


20 


9 


449 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


16-16 


56-142 


.394 


23-68 


.338 


31-41 


.756 


166 


10.4 


15 


37 


52 


3.3 


41-1 


52 


36 


2 


13 


469 


Terence Morris 


16-0 


48-92 


.522 


7-17 


.412 


17-24 


.708 


120 


7.5 


22 


36 


58 


3.6 


27-1 


11 


24 


10 


9 


274 


Terrell Stokes 


16-13 


28-64 


.438 


10-32 


.313 


24-33 


.727 


90 


5.6 


8 


33 


41 


•2.6 


37-1 


71 


39 


1 


21 


464 


Mike Mardesich 


16-0 


39-88 


.443 


0-0 


.000 


7-15 


.467 


85 


5.3 


19 


46 


65 


4.1 


36-1 


10 


16 


11 


3 


310 


Matt Kovarik 


16-3 


8-24 


.333 


1-4 


.250 


6-16 


.375 


23 


1.4 


4 


24 


28 


1.8 


24-1 


28 


22 


1 


6 


242 


Brian Watkins 


3-0 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4 


1.3 





1 


1 


0.3 


2-0 





1 








8 


Norman Fields 


5-0 


1-5 


.200 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2 


0.4 





3 


3 


0.6 


0-0 





1 








11 


Atman Smith 


4-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1 


0.3 





2 


2 


0.5 


1-0 





1 








7 


LaRon Cephas 


12-0 


0-6 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 


2 


7 


9 


0.8 


12-0 





3 





1 


38 


Matt Hahn 


4-0 


0-0 


..000 


0-0 


0.0 


0-0 


.000 





0.0 











0.0 


0-0 


1 











6 


Team Rebounds 






















41 


















Maryland Totals 


16-16 


412-938 


.439 


62-207 


.300 


276-405 


.682 1 


,162 


72.6 


166 


370 


577 


36.1 


337-16 


261 


253 


71 


126 


— 


Opponent Team Rebounds 
























40 














Opponent Totals 


16-16 


405-948 


.427 


116-335 


.346 


270-409 


.660 1 


,196 


74.8 


196 


388 


624 


39.0 


321-23 


237 


285 


59 


105 




SCORE BY PERIOD 




1 


2 


OT 


OT 


TOTAL 


DEADBALL REBOUNDS 














Maryland 




1,238 


1, 


252 30 


— 


2,520 




13f 






















Opponents 




1,110 


1, 


145 5 




— 


2,306 




11. 























30 



94 









• 



C— ~ - 



1997-98 IN REVIEW 






















uanit 

TEAMS 

#7 South Carolina 
#23 Maryland 


FGM-FGA 

23-61 
24-60 


.PCT 

.377 
.400 


3PM-3PA 

9-24 
9-22 


.PCT 

.375 
.409 


FTM-FTA 

21-32 
15-24 


.PCT 

.656 

.625 


AST 

9 
16 


TO 

14 
17 


BLK 

4 
14 


STL 

10 
8 


PF-D 

15-0 
25-2 


OR-DR 

12-30 
13-31 


REB 

42 
44 


HALF 

37 
25 


FINAL 

76 (OT) 

72 




Fairleigh Dickinson 
=23 Maryland 


26-63 
31-76 


.413 
.408 


7-21 
4-18 


.333 
.222 


11-14 
15-22 


.786 
.682 


7 
26 


30 
17 


8 
9 


6 
14 


23-0 
19-1 


12-21 
19-27 


43 
46 


32 
37 


70 
81 




Mt. St. Mary's 
#23 Maryland 


27-69 
37-62 


.391 
.597 


7-25 
5-13 


.280 
.385 


13-22 
23-33 


.591 
.697 


17 
28 


21 
16 


2 
4 


4 
10 


25-1 
22-0 


22-11 
15-28 


33 
43 


30 
52 


74 
102 




Fla. International 
#24 Maryland 


20-71 
42-71 


.282 
.592 


8-27 
5-11 


.296 
.455 


22-34 
28-42 


.647 
.667 


13 
25 


26 

25 


2 
5 


9 
6 


29-1 
22-0 


15-15 
17-40 


30 

57 


26 
53 


70 

117 




#17 Clemson 
#23 Maryland 


26-60 

25-48 


.433 
.521 


5-17 
5-18 


.294 
.278 


21-34 
10-20 


.618 
.500 


18 
14 


18 

27 


1 

4 


13 

7 


19-0 

27-2 


13-23 
6-26 


36 

32 


27 
28 


78 (OT) 
65 




#2 Kansas 
#23 Maryland 


32-79 
28-66 


.405 
.424 


5-20 
6-20 


.250 
.300 


14-22 
24-39 


.636 
.615 


12 
9 


22 
22 


7 
5 


11 
15 


29-2 
20-2 


21-30 
15-32 


51 

47 


41 
54 


83 
86 




George Washington 
#19 Maryland 


26-58 

24-56 


.448 
.429 


5-15 
3-13 


.333 
.231 


13-20 
15-18 


.650 
.833 


10 

17 


15 
16 



5 


9 
8 


17-0 
20-1 


14-23 
10-22 


37 
32 


41 
27 


70 
66 




UMBC 

#19 Maryland 


24-60 
43-77 


.400 
.558 


10-31 
7-15 


.323 
.467 


8-12 
11-19 


.667 
.579 


18 
29 


32 
19 


1 
5 


7 
12 


18-1 
14-0 


11-17 
21-27 


28 
48 


36 
67 


66 
104 




UNC - Asheville 
#20 Maryland 


21-51 
42-68 


.412 
.618 


5-18 
8-17 


.278 
.471 


5-10 
18-27 


.500 

.667 


7 
19 


37 
15 



3 


5 
22 


19-0 
13-0 


9-17 
13-24 


26 

37 


27 
62 


52 
110 




UNC - Wilmington 
#20 Maryland 


15-67 
26-60 


.224 
.433 


3-19 
6-16 


.158 
.375 


3-11 
16-20 


.273 
.800 


8 
18 


21 
15 


1 
8 


7 
8 


18-1 
13-0 


19-23 
15-37 


42 

52 


14 
39 


36 

74 




Missouri 
#18 Maryland 


29-57 
28-56 


.509 
.500 


8-18 
5-12 


.444 

.417 


17-28 
18-26 


.607 
.692 


16 
18 


21 

22 


4 
3 


14 
14 


22-2 
24-1 


11-23 
12-21 


34 
33 


38 
40 


83 
79 




#2 Duke 
#18 Maryland 


31-56 
18-45 


.554 
.400 


14-27 
2-7 


.519 
.286 


28-36 
34-44 


.778 
.773 


15 
16 


13 
20 


2 
2 


7 
4 


29-2 
29-4 


11-19 
11-20 


30 
31 


61 
39 


104 
72 




#13 Florida State 

Maryland 


30-63 
24-66 


.476 
.364 


5-16 
1-9 


.313 

.111 


9-17 
32-42 


.529 
.762 


17 

12 


21 
18 


5 
8 


10 
12 


30-2 
18-0 


9-28 
19-30 


37 
49 


41 
33 


74 
81 




NC State 
Maryland 


25-51 
26-45 


.490 
.578 


11-24 
2-6 


.458 
.333 


4-8 
14-23 


.500 
.609 


17 
16 


18 
11 


2 
1 


3 
11 


20-0 
11-0 


9-19 
4-19 


28 

23 


31 

30 


65 
68 




#1 N. Carolina 
Maryland 


28-60 
34-66 


.467 

.515 


7-19 
5-14 


.368 
.357 


20-27 
16-21 


.741 
.762 


21 
20 


16 

14 


4 
5 


6 
6 


19-2 
21-2 


7-25 
9-30 


32 
39 


37 
41 


83 

89 




Wake Forest 
Maryland 


21-51 
22-63 


.412 
.349 


8-19 
5-18 


.421 
.278 


22-36 
11-24 


.611 
.458 


12 
10 


14 
15 


2 
3 


5 
4 


18-0 
29-2 


15-28 
19-21 


43 
40 


30 


72 
60 




Georgia Tech 
Maryland 


21-67 
28-72 


.313 
.389 


9-30 
5-8 


.300 
.500 


16-26 
10-17 


.615 
.588 


15 
24 


21 
17 


6 
3 


6 
11 


14-1 
24-1 


20-30 
16-32 


50 
48 


29 

31 


67 
70 




#23 Clemson 
Maryland 


21-56 
21-50 


.375 
.420 


7-14 
7-16 


.500 
.438 


20-28 
25-36 


.714 
.694 


15 
14 


17 
13 


3 
6 


4 
7 


25-2 
21-1 


11-30 
6-27 


41 
33 


31 
35 


69 

74 




#1 Duke 
#23 Maryland 


28-66 
20-53 


.424 
.377 


6-24 
1-6 


.250 
.167 


24-36 
18-27 


.667 
.667 


12 
11 


18 
24 


6 

2 


14 

4 


22-0 
23-0 


16-32 
8-30 


48 
38 


57 
30 


86 
59 




Virginia 

#23 Maryland 


28-56 
30-63 


.500 

.476 


7-22 
6-10 


.318 
.600 


7-15 
11-12 


.467 
.917 


15 
20 


19 
14 


5 



6 
8 


14-0 
13-0 


11-25 
8-18 


36 
26 


37 
44 


70 

77 




Florida State 
#25 Maryland 


25-59 
24-51 


.424 

.471 


4-21 
5-14 


.190 
.357 


8-16 
15-20 


.500 
.750 


12 
13 


14 
15 


3 
8 


8 
9 


17-0 
16-0 


16-19 
11-20 


35 
31 


36 
31 


62 
68 




NC State 
#24 Maryland 


23-60 
30-61 


.383 
.492 


4-18 
4-16 


.222 
.250 


13-21 
14-24 


.619 
.583 


9 

24 


24 
18 


2 
6 


4 
9 


20-3 
21-1 


19-22 
16-23 


41 
39 


23 
39 


63 
78 




#1 North Carolina 
#24 Maryland 


31-63 

24-68 


.492 
.353 


3-10 

7-22 


.300 
.318 


20-29 

12-17 


.690 
.706 


21 
13 


9 

5 


10 
5 


3 
8 


12-0 
20-1 


17-31 
15-18 


48 
33 


41 
32 


85 
67 


2 


Wake Forest 
#25 Maryland 


26-64 

31-70 


.406 
.443 


15-28 

4-22 


.536 
.565 


16-24 
13-23 


.667 
.565 


16 

21 


22 
17 


1 
10 


5 
9 


20-1 
20-1 


11-32 
15-29 


43 
44 


44 
28 


83 
79 


3D 

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1 — 

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z 


Georgia Tech 
#25 Maryland 


19-56 
30-65 


.339 
.462 


6-21 
1-10 


.286 
.100 


25-30 
20-29 


.833 
.690 


9 
20 


26 

15 


4 
4 


9 
11 


22-1 
21-0 


14-21 
16-24 


35 
40 


29 
41 


69 
81 


CO 

7^ 


Virginia 

#25 Maryland 


22-60 
25-52 


.367 
.481 


5 

3 


-25 

-11 


.200 
.273 


17-26 
21-26 


.654 
.808 


13 
18 


15 
12 


4 
4 


2 
7 


20-1 
24-1 


17-24 
6-25 


41 
31 


34 
28 


66 

74 


m 

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CO 

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95 






1997-98 IN REVIEW 



Points, Rebounds, Assists 



1997-98 Individual Points-Rebounds-Assists 



Opponent 


W-L 


Score 


Cephas 


Ekezie A 


Elliott A 


Fields 


Hahn 


Jasikev 


Kovarik 


Mardes A 


Morris A 


Profit 


Stokes Watkins 


#7 South Carolina 


L 


72-76 (OT) 


0-0-0 


8-4-5 


14-5-0 


DNP 


DNP 


8-3-3 


2-3-3 




5-2-1 


3-4-3 


24-10-3 


8-3-3 


0-0-0 


E Dickinson 


W 


81-70 


0-2-0 


9-8-2 


16-6-1 


DNP 


DNP 


15-2-6 


0-0-1 




2-8-3 


8-4-1 


27-11-2 


4-4-9 


0-0-0 


Mt. St. Mary's 


W 


102-74 


DNP 


17-7-0 


16-6-1 


3-0-0 


5-0-0 


6-1-4 


8-3-1 




10-5-3 


9-6-2 


21-6-7 


2-2-4 


5-4-2 


Fla. International 


W 


117-70 


DNP 


18-8-0 


20-10-0 


4-2-2 


3-0-1 


8-8-3 


7-3-1 




7-5-2 


11-3-1 


15-3-4 


11-6-2 


8-6-1 


#17 Clemson 


L 


65-78 (OT) 


0-0-0 


7-10-1 


15-4-0 


DNP 


DNP 


9-2-7 


0-2-1 




6-4-0 


6-2-1 


10-4-2 


12-1-2 


DNP 


#2 Kansas 


W 


86-83 


0-0-0 


16-9-1 


21-12-3 


DNP 


DNP 


21-4-3 


2-0-0 




4-7-0 


3-4-1 


13-7-2 


6-1-0 


DNP 


Geo. Washington 


L 


66-70 


DNP 


10-10-1 


9-4-2 


DNP 


DNP 


14-0-3 


4-1-0 




6-4-0 


3-4-1 


15-8-0 


5-0-7 


DNP 


UMBC 


W 


104-66 


4-9-1 


10-7-2 


15-5-0 


4-2-1 


0-0-0 


18-2-8 


6-3-1 




12-5-1 


7-6-1 


18-3-6 


10-3-6 


DNP 


UNC - Asheville 


W 


110-52 


1-3-0 


15-2-3 


11-7-0 


5-0-1 


3-0-0 


17-1-4 


6-2-6 




4-4-0 


20-5-1 


23-3-4 


1-1-6 


2-3-0 


UNC - Wilmington 


w 


74-36 


1-4-0 


14-7-1 


22-14-0 


5-2-0 


0-0-0 


10-4-2 


4-2-2 




6-5-1 


6-3-1 


4-4-6 


3-1-3 


0-1-0 


Missouri 


L 


79-83 


DNP 


20-7-1 


13-5-0 


DNP 


DNP 


18-1-4 


5-1-8 




4-3-0 


3-1-0 


14-10-3 


2-1-2 


DNP 


#2 Duke 


L 


72-104 


0-3-0 


23-5-0 


22-7-0 


0-1-0 


0-0-0 


7-1-5 


7-2-4 




2-3-0 


2-3-2 


7-4-0 


0-0-2 


DNP 


#13 Florida State 


W 


81-74 


DNP 


18-11-1 


14-9-2 


DNP 


DNP 


13-4-3 


1-2-1 




6-10-0 


4-2-0 


15-7-3 


10-3-3 


DNP 


NC State 


W 


68-65 


DNP 


6-3-0 


12-5-4 


DNP 


DNP 


18-3-2 


0-0-3 




8-1-0 


3-1-0 


17-3-2 


4-3-3 


DNP 


#1 N. Carolina 


W 


89-83 (OT) 


0-0-0 


16-4-1 


16-8-3 


DNP 


DNP 


7-7-3 


0-1-2 




12-9-3 


10-1-0 


19-6-5 


9-2-3 


DNP 


Wake Forest 


L 


60-72 


0-1-0 


11-7-2 


5-3-0 


0-0-0 


DNP 


10-2-2 


2-3-0 




0-6-0 


4-4-0 


25-7-2 


3-4-5 


DNP 


Georgia Tech 


W 


70-67 


0-3-0 


10-5-0 


16-5-0 


DNP 


DNP 


13-7-6 


0-1-2 




10-3-0 


13-4-1 


13-4-1 


0-3-6 


0-0-0 


#23 Clemson 


W 


74-69 


0-0-0 


12-7-2 


10-6-1 


DNP 


DNP 


20-6-2 


4-2-3 




0-3-1 


7-1-1 


16-3-2 


5-5-4 


DNP 


#1 Duke 


L 


59-86 


0-1-0 


9-5-0 


13-5-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-1 


7-1-1 


0-2-0 




6-3-1 


12-10-0 


7-3-3 


3-3-5 


2-1-0 


Virginia 


W 


77-70 


0-0-0 


15-2-0 


17-9-0 


DNP 


DNP 


8-4-2 


3-0-3 




4-2-1 


8-6-1 


12-2-3 


10-0-6 


DNP 


Florida State 


W 


68-62 


0-0-0 


11-9-3 


16-4-1 


DNP 


DNP 


4-3-2 


0-0-0 




5-2-2 


10-2-0 


16-5-0 


6-1-7 


DNP 


NC State 


W 


78-63 


0-0-0 


15-6-1 


19-4-1 


0-2-0 


0-0-0 


12-5-3 


2-4-4 




2-6-2 


2-2-1 


16-3-8 


7-5-6 


2-0-0 


#1 N. Carolina 


L 


67-85 


DNP 


13-11-3 


5-3-0 


DNP 


DNP 


9-2-3 


0-1-0 




4-0-0 


16-5-0 


15-4-1 


5-4-6 


DNP 


Wake Forest 


L 


79-83 


DNP 


13-8-6 


16-9-1 


DNP 


DNP 


2-2-4 


0-6-3 




4-5-2 


12-6-3 


26-4-2 


6-2-5 


DNP 


Georgia Tech 


W 


81-69 


0-1-0 


17-3-0 


12-11-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


15-2-4 


1-2-2 




10-4-2 


7-5-0 


19-8-4 


0-2-5 


DNP 


Virginia 


W 


74-66 


DNP 


12-6-0 


14-9-0 


DNP 


DNP 


12-1-3 


3-0-1 




6-4-0 


4-4-2 


13-4-3 


10-3-0 


DNP 


Temple 


W 


83-66 


0-0-0 


8-6-2 


20-17-0 


0-1-0 


0-0-1 


19-5-5 


0-1-1 




9-10-0 


4-1-1 


21-3-2 


2-0-5 


DNP 


Georgia Tech 


W 


83-65 


0-0-0 


16-4-1 


13-8-0 


0-1-0 


0-0-0 


18-6-4 


1-2-1 




0-4-0 


12-3-1 


19-3-2 


1-4-0 


DNP 


#4 North Carolina 


L 


73-83 (OT) 


DNP 


13-9-0 


16-10-0 


DNP 


DNP 


15-6-2 


0-0-2 




4-4-0 


9-5-2 


11-1-2 


5-5-6 


DNP 


Utah State 


W 


82-68 


DNP 


17-7-1 


21-11-3 


DNP 


DNP 


16-4-7 


7-4-1 




4-2-0 


7-4-1 


12-5-6 


1-3-3 


DNP 


#23 Illinois 


W 


67-61 


DNP 


8-7-0 


16-9-3 


DNP 


DNP 


20-2-2 


2-2-3 




2-1-0 


0-0-0 


9-4-5 


10-1-7 


DNP 


#4 Arizona 


L 


79-87 


2-3-0 


3-3-0 


16-6-2 


DNP 


DNP 


7-3-4 


2-0-1 




8-4-1 


11-2-2 


19-10-2 


11-7-7 


DNP 


A denotes Points, Rebounds, Blocked Shots 


























1997-98 Individual Superlatives 
























MARYLAND 














OPPONEN 
















Points 




27 Laron 


Profit vs 


Fairleigh Dickinson ( 1 1 


18-97) 


Points 






36 


Antawn Jamison 


North Carolina (2-14-98) 


Points (1st Half) 




16 Rodney Elliott vs. Kansas ( 1 2-7-97) 




Points (1st Half) 




20 


Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest (2-19-98) 








Laron Profit vs 


UMBC (12-13-97) 






















Points (2nd Half) 




19 Laron Profit vs 


South Carolina (11-14-97) 


Points (2nc 




19 


Terrel 


Mclntyre, Clemson 








Laron Profit vs 


Wake Forest (2-19-98) 






















Field Goals Made 




12 Laron Profit vs 


Fairleigh Dickinson ( 1 1 


14-97) 


Field Goals Made 




16 


Antawn lamison, N. Carol 


na (2-14-98 




Field Goal Attempts 




22 Laron Profit vs 


Fairleigh Dickinson ( 1 1 


14-97) 


Field Goals Attempted 


23 


Antawn Jamison 


N.Carolina (2-14-98 








Laron Profit vs 


Wake Forest (1-17-98) 






















Field Goal Percentage 


.857 Terence Morris 


vs. UNC- Asheville (12- 


22-97) 


Field Goal Percent 


ige 


.818 


Kenne 


dy Okafor 


UMBC (12-13-97) 




3PT Made 




5 Sarunas lasikevicius vs. Temp 


e (2-28-98) 


3PT Made 




7 


Curtis 


Staples, Virginia (2-1-98) 




3PT Attempted 




10 Laron 


Profit vs 


South Carolina (11-14-97) 


3PT Attempted 




14 


Rich Giddens, UMBC (12- 


13-97) 


























Curtis 


Staples, Virginia (2-1-98) 


























Curtis 


Staples, Virginia (2-28-97) 




3PT Percentage 




1.00 Laron 


Profit vs 


UNC -Asheville (12-22-9; 


3PT Percentage 




1.00 


Antawn Jamison 


North Carolina ( 1 14-98) 






Laron Profit vs 


Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 


























Sarunas lasikevicius vs. Illinois (3-14-98) 




















Free Throws Made 




13 Obinna Ekezie 


vs. Duke (1-3-98) 




Free Th 


ows Made 




11 


Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson (1-24-98) 




Free Throws Attempted 


16 Rodney Elliott 


vs. Temple (2- 


28-98) 




Free Th 


ows Attempted 


12 


B.J. McKie, South Carolina (11-14-97) 





Free Throw Percentage 1.00 





Total Rebounds 


17 


s 


Offensive Rebounds 


7 


3> 


Defensive Rebounds 


12 


-< 






:» 


Rebounds in a Half 


10 


o 


Assists 


9 


CO 






3> 


Blocks 


6 


?v 


Steals 


6 








— 1 






OO 






J> 






^ 


Minutes Played 


42 



Rodney Elliott vs. Mt. St. Mary's ( 1 1 -22-97) 

Laron Profit vs. Mt. St. Mary's ( 1 1 -22-97 ) 

Terrell Stokes vs. Kansas (12-7-97) 

Rodney Elliott vs. UNC - Wilmington (12-27-97) 

Laron Profit vs. North Carolina ( 1 - 1 4-98 ) 

Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 

Rodney Elliott vs. Virginia ( 2- 1 -98 ) 

Rodney Elliott vs. Virginia (2-24-98) 

Obinna Ekezie vs. Illinois (3-14-98) 

Rodney Elliott vs. Temple (2-28-98) 

Laron Profit vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 
Rodnev Elliott vs. UNC - Wilmington (12-27-97) 
Rodney Elliott vs. Temple (2-28-98) 
Rodney Elliott vs. UNC - Wilmington (12-27-97) 
Terrell Stokes vs. Fairleigh Dickinson ( 1 1-18-97) 



Free Throw Percentage 



Total Rebounds 

Offensive Rebounds 
Defensive Rebounds 

Rebounds in a Half 
Assists 



Obinna Ekezie vs. Wake Forest (2-19-98) Blocks 

Laron Profit vs. Kansas (12-7-97) Steals 

Sarunas lasikevicius vs. UNC - Asheville (12-22-97) 

Laron Profit vs. Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 

Laron Profit vs. North Carolina ( 1 - 1 4-98 ) Minutes Played 



Carlos Arroyo, Fla. International (11-25-97) 
Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson (1-24-98) 
Lamont Barnes, Temple (2-28-98) 
1 .00 Shammond Williams, North Carolina ( 1 - 1 4-98) 
Makhtar Ndiaye, North Carolina (1-14-98) 
Trajan Langdon, Duke (1-29-98) 
Curtis Staples , Virginia (2-28-98) 
Michael Maddox, Georgia Tech (3-6-98) 



16 Raef LaFrentz, Kansas (12-4-97) 

Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina (2-14-98) 

8 Lamont Barnes, Temple (2-28-98) 

12 Antawn Jamison, North Carolina (1-14-98) 

13 Raef LaFrentz, Kansas (12-4-97) 

9 Gregory Harris, Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson (12-4-97) 

6 Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech ( 1 -2 1 -98 ) 

6 Greg Buckner, Clemson (12-4-97) 



43 Shammond Williams, North Carolina (1-14-98) 



96 



i 



- 



• 






$_ *- - 



1997-98 



Season in Review 



1997-98 RESULTS 



N14 South Carolina (OT) L, 72-76 

N18 F.Dickinson W, 81-70 

N22 Mt. St. Mary's W, 102-74 

N25 Fla. International W, 117-70 

D4 at Clemson (OT) L, 65-78 

D7 Kansas W, 86-83 

D8 G. Washington L, 66-70 

D13 UMBC W, 104-66 

D22 UNC-Asheville W, 110-52 

D27 UNC-Wilmington W, 74-36 

D30 at Missouri L, 79-83 

J3 Duke L, 104-72 

J7 Fla. State W, 81-74 

110 at N.C. State W, 68-65 

J14 N. Carolina (OT) W, 89-83 

J17 at Wake Forest L, 60-72 

J2 1 at Georgia Tech W, 70-67 

J24 Clemson W 74-69 

J29 at Duke L, 59-86 

Fl Virginia W, 77-70 

F7 at Fla. State W, 67-62 

Fll N.C. State W, 78-63 

F14 at N.Carolina L, 85-67 

F19 Wake Forest L, 79-83 

F21 Georgia Tech W, 81-69 

F24 at Virginia W, 74-66 

F28 Temple W, 83-66 

M6 Georgia Tech W, 83-65 

M7 N. Carolina (OT) L, 73-83 

M12 Utah State (NCAA) W, 82-68 

M14 Illinois (NCAA) W, 67-61 

M19 Arizona (NCAA) L, 79-87 



1997-98 POWER RANKINGS 



SCHEDULE STRENGTH 

RPI Report Sagarin Rankings 

1. Maryland 1. Maryland 

2. Wake Forest 2. Florida State 

3. Clemson 3. Wake Forest 



RPI/SAGARIN TEAM 
RPI/Report 

1. Duke 

2. N. Carolina 

3. Kentucky 

4. Arizona 

5. Kansas 

6. Connecticut 

7. Stanford 

8. Purdue 

9. Utah 

10. Maryland 



REPORT 
Sagarin Rankings 

1. Duke 

2. N. Carolina 

3. Kentucky 

4. Arizona 

5. Kansas 

6. Connecticut 

7. Stanford 

8. Purdue 

9. Utah 

10. Maryland 



RPI/SAGARIN CONFERENCE REPORT 



RPI Report 

1. ACC 

2. SEC 

3. Big Ten 

4. Big East 

5. Pac-10 



Sagarin Rankings 

1. ACC 

2. SEC 

3. Big Ten 

4. Pac-10 

5. Big East 



MARYLAND SEASON IN REVIEW 

Maryland finished with a 21-11 overall record (10-6, 3rd place in the ACC) and played in its school- 
record fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament. The Terps, who played the nation's toughest schedule, 
advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament and advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the third time in the last five years. 

PROFIT NAMED HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN 

Junior Laron Profit was named an honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press. It 
marked the first time in his career that he earned All-America status. Profit was also named third 
team All-Atlantic Coast Conference. He has earned All-ACC honors during the last two consecu- 
tive seasons. 

TERPS RANKED SEVENTH IN RPI REPORT 

Maryland was ranked seventh in the RPI poll last season. The RPI is the featured mathematical the- 
ory used by the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Selection Committee. Maryland 
played five of the teams ranked in the Top 10 of the RPI Report during the season. 

MARYLAND RATED AS HAVING THE NATION'S TOUGHEST SCHEDULE 

Maryland's tremendous national and ACC finishes came as the Terps played the nation's toughest 
schedule according to both major ranking services. The RPI Report and the Sagarin Rankings 
judged the Terps schedule far and away the toughest. The RPI Report is used exclusively by the 
NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament selection committee, and the Sagarin Rankings 
appear weekly in the USA Today newspaper. 

CONFERENCE RANKINGS 

The Atlantic Coast Conference finished the season as the nation's top-ranked conference according 
to the RPI Report. The ACC has been the nation's top rated conference for each of the past two full 
seasons and took over the top spot during the 1994-95 season. 

MARYLAND LEADS THE NATION IN WINS AGAINST TOP 50 TEAMS 

Maryland played a nation's best 19 games against teams in the top 50 in the country. The Terps were 
the only team in the nation to have played 17 or more top 50 opponents and were one of only four 
teams to win at least eight games against teams ranked in the nation's top 50. 

ELLIOTT AND PROFIT EARN THIRD TEAM ALL-ACC HONORS 

Senior Rodney Elliott and junior Laron Profit earned third-team All-ACC honors. It marked the 
first time that Elliott earned the honor and the second consecutive season that Profit earned third 
team All-ACC honors. Junior Obinna Ekezie was an honorable mention All-ACC selection, while 
Terence Morris was an honorable mention All-ACC freshman team selection. 



ELLIOTT NAMED TO ACC TOURNAMENT SECOND TEAM 

Senior Rodney Elliott, who averaged 14.5 points and 9.0 
Tournament, was named to the All-Tournament second team. 



rebounds during the 1998 ACC 



MARYLAND'S 20 VICTORY SEASONS 

Maryland finished the 1997-98 season with a 21-11 record. The 21 victories marked the second 
consecutive season and third time in the last four years that head coach Gary Williams led the Terps 
to a 20-victory season. The last time Maryland won at least 20 games in back-to-back seasons was 
during the 1983-84 and 1984-85 seasons. Williams has now led nine teams to 20-win seasons dur- 
ing his career. Williams averages 18.6 wins per season in his 20 years as a collegiate head coach. 

TERPS IN THE ACC IN THE LAST FIVE SEASONS 

Maryland has recorded a cumulative record of 47-33 in the ACC in the last five seasons. The Terps' 
47 victories marks the most in a five-year period in their ACC history. 



Season 


ACC Record 


1998 


10-6 


1997 


9-7 


1996 


8-8 


1995 


12-4 


1994 


8-8 


Total 


47-33 



3» 
■33 
■< 



OT 

3> 



OT 

3= 



97 



Special Team Honors 



TO 

3> 



KOVARIK PLAYS ON FIVE UPPER ECHELON ACC TEAMS 

Matt Kovarik, who completed his collegiate playing career as a five-time NCAA tournament par- 
ticipant, helped the Terps to a 103-55 overall record (65.2 winning percentage) and a 48-34 ACC 
record (58.5 winning percentage) in his five seasons in College Park. Kovarik is the first player in 
school history to play on five teams that finished in the upper half of the ACC standings. Kovarik 
played on Maryland's regular season ACC championship team in 1995. 

ELLIOTT AND JASIKEVICIUS HAVE SEEN MUCH SUCCESS 

Seniors Rodney Elliott and Sarunas Jasikevicius played on four consecutive NCAA Tournament 
teams and helped the Terps to four consecutive top drawer ACC finishes. With Elliott and 
Jasikevicius in the lineup, Maryland won more than 62 percent of its ACC games (39 of 63) and fin- 
ished first, third and fourth (twice) in the ACC standings. 

MARYLAND'S FIVE CONSECUTIVE UPPER ECHELON ACC FINISHES 

Maryland's third place finish in the ACC standings marked the fifth consecutive season that Gary 
Williams led the Terps to an upper-division conference finish. It marked the first time since the 
1972-73 through 1976-77 seasons that the Terps finished in the top half of the ACC standings in 
five consecutive seasons. 



IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, THE MARYLAND BASKETBALL PROGRAM... 

...Played in a school-record five consecutive NCAA Tournaments; 

...Made three "Sweet 16" appearances in the NCAA Tournament; 

...Finished in the top half of the ACC five times; 

...Won 103 games; 

...Lost only 1 1 times in Cole Field House; 

...Played the nation's No. 1 -ranked team six times; 

...Defeated the nation's No. 1 -ranked team twice; 

...Played 53 games against teams ranked in the nation's top 25; 

...Was ranked among the nation's top 25 for 54 weeks; 

...Won one regular season ACC championship; 

...Won six NCAA Tournament games; 

...Played in the ACC Tournament semifinals four times. 

PROFIT HITS 1,000 CAREER POINT MARK 

Junior Laron Profit, who will enter his senior season with 1,072 career points, stands in 29th place 
on Maryland's all-time career scoring list. He became the 33rd player in school history to reach the 
1,000-career point plateau against Temple on Feb. 28. Profit reached the mark in his 86th career 
game, becoming the 13th junior to reach the plateau and is tied with former All-American Keith 
Booth for 21st fastest player in school history to reach the mark. 



Rank 


Points 


Player, Years 


Profit Needs to Pass 


28. 


1,087 


by Keith Gatlin ( 1984-88) 


+ 16 


29. 


1,072 


by Laron Profit (1996-Present) 





PROFIT MOVES INTO THIRD ALL-TIME ON CAREER STEALS LIST 

Junior Laron Profit will begin his senior season with 187 career steals. He is currently ranked in 
third place in school history and needs only seven steals to move into second place. 



Rank 


No. 


1. 


344 


2. 


193 


3. 


187 



Player, SPG, Years 

by Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg; 1993-1996) 

by Keith Booth (1.53 spg; 1994-97) 

by Laron Profit (2.05 spg; 1995-96 - Present) 



Profit Needs to Pass 

+ 158 

+7 



PROFIT'S SINGLE SEASON STEALS TOTAL IS SECOND BEST AT MARYLAND 

Laron Profit recorded a career-high 87 steals during the 1997-98 season. His total is the second best 
single-season total in school history. 







1997-98 NATIONAL POLLS 




Associated Press Top 25 




Final 1997-98 Poll 




1. 


North Carolina 


34-4 


2. 


Kansas 


35-4 


3. 


Duke 


32-4 


4. 


Arizona 


30-5 


5. 


Kentucky 


33-4 


6. 


Connecticut 


32-5 


7. 


Utah 


30-4 


8. 


Princeton 


27-2 


9. 


Cincinnati 


27-6 


10. 


Stanford 


30-5 


11. 


Purdue 


28-8 


12. 


Michigan 


25-9 


13. 


Mississippi 


22-7 


14. 


South Carolina 


23-8 


15. 


Texas Christian 


27-6 


16. 


Michigan State 


22-8 


17. 


Arkansas 


24-9 


18. 


Mew Mexico 


24-8 


19. 


UCLA 


24-9 


20. 


MARYLAND 


21-11 


21. 


Syracuse 


26-9 


22. 


Illinois 


23-10 


23. 


Xavier 


22-8 


24. 


Temple 


21-9 




25. 


Murray State 


29-3 






ESPN/USA TODAY TOP 25 






FINAL 1997-98 POLL 




1. 


Kentucky 


749 


2. 


Utah 


717 


3. ' 


North Carolina 


688 


4. 


Stanford 


653 


5. 


Duke 


619 


6. 


Arizona 


599 


7. 


Connecticut 


561 


8. 


Kansas 


510 


9. 


Purdue 


468 


10. 


Michigan State 


442 


11. 


Rhode Island 


364 


12. 


UCLA 


347 


13. 


Syracuse 


313 


14. 


Cincinnati 


302 


15. 


MARYLAND 


298 


16. 


Princeton 


295 


17. 


Michigan 


277 


18. 


West Virginia 


224 


19. 


South Carolina 


173 


20. 


Mississippi 


170 


21. 


New Mexico 


166 


22. 


Arkansas 


139 


23. 


Valparaiso 


120 


24. 


Washington 


106 


25 


Texas Christian 

NCAA Tournament 
"Sweet 16' 

ACC Tournament 
Semifinalists 


90 




Franklin National Bank 




Classic Finalists 





98 



aL^A'.ii'ih'iir 



Final ACC Standings/Stats 



Conference Games 



Team 



W 



PCT. 



Duke 


15 


1 


.938 


N. Carolina 


13 


3 


.813 


Maryland 


10 


6 


.625 


Wake Forest 


7 


9 


.438 


Clemson 


7 


9 


.438 


Georgia Tech 


6 


10 


.375 


Florida State 


6 


10 


.375 


NC State 


5 


11 


.313 


Virginia 


3 


13 


.188 





All Games 


W 


L PCT. 


32 


4 .889 


34 


4 .895 


21 


1 1 .656 


16 


14 .533 


18 


14 .563 


19 


14 .575 


18 


14 .563 


17 


15 .531 


11 


19 .367 



Bold denotes conference champion via ACC Tournament 



Final 1 997-98 ACC Individual Statistics 

Scoring 



Terps in the Final 1997-98 

ACC Team Statistics 

Steals 2nd 8.6 spg 

Scoring 3rd 78.8 ppg 

Turnover Margin 3rd +2.3 pg 

Field Goal Percentage Defense 3rd .408 

Scoring Margin 4th +6.7 ppg 

Field Goal Percentage 4th .461 % 

3-Point Field Goal Percentage 5th .349 % 

Rebound Margin 5th +2.0 rpg 

Free Throw Percentage 5th .678 % 

Blocked Shots 5th 4.9 bpg 

3 -Point Field Goals Per Game 6th 5.2 3fgpg 

Scoring Defense 8th 72.1 ppg 



Rank Player, School 






G 


FG 


3P 


FTM PTS 


AVG. 




















1. Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina 




37 


316 


6 


184 822 


22.2 




















2. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 




32 


230 


52 


179 691 


21.6 








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3. Norman Nolan, Virginia 






30 


257 





116 630 


21.0 








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\\.lf /^v 










4. Dion Glover, Georgia Tech 






33 


222 


45 


119 608 


18.4 






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J£ 












5. Curtis Staples, Virginia 






30 


169 


130 


75 543 


18.1 






A \ 


V?* 










6. Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


38 


209 


86 


133 637 


16.8 






fcf 












7. Clint Harrison, NC State 






32 


184 


80 


83 531 


16.6 
















8. Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest 




30 


154 


77 


L12 497 


16.6 








t^HR 










9. Greg Buckner, Clemson 






32 


204 


19 


94 521 


16.3 






</ 


1 ♦ 










10. Laron Profit, Maryland 






32 


184 


34 


104 506 


15.8 
















1 1. Vince Carter, N. Carolina 






38 


224 


44 


100 592 


15.6 






• \ c 




_^ (__4j\— -l I • / 










12. Roshown McLeod, Duke 






36 


196 


44 


113 549 


15.3 








^v 












13. Rodney Elliott, Maryland 






32 


174 


28 


105 481 


15.0 






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s \ 'yj, ') Jr r J 










14. Trajan Langdon, Duke 






36 


171 


85 


101 528 


14.7 






V-^ 




\ \ fr^I 










15. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 






29 


129 


56 


88 402 


13.9 






\0; 


Sv 


\) X(y 










16. Michael Maddox, Georgia Tech 




33 


163 


48 


63 437 


13.2 






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?> 


s^^>/ 










17. Obinna Ekezie, Maryland 






32 


138 





134 410 


12.8 








V t 


/tdVV 










T18. Randell lackson, Florida State 




31 


153 


3 


85 394 


12.7 








<*A^ 


Jb \\&Ssm 










Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 






28 


109 


67 


70 355 


12.7 








^^ 












20. Sarunas Jasikevicius, Maryland 




32 


135 


60 


66 396 


12.4 




















Field Goal Percentage 










Rebounds 










Blocked Shots Per Game 










Rank Player, School 


G 


FG 


ATT. 


.PCT 


Rank Player, School 




G 


REB. 


AVG. 


Rank 


Player, School 


G 


BLK. 


AVG. 




1. Vince Carter, N. Carolina 


38 


224 


379 


.591 


1. 


Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina 


37 


389 


10.5 


1. 


Alvin Tones, Georgia Tech 


33 


141 


4.3 




2. Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina 


37 


316 


546 


.579 


2. 


Matt Harpring 


Georgia Tech 


32 


302 


9.4 


2. 


Corey Louis, Florida State 


32 


50 


1.6 




3. Greg Buckner, Clemson 


32 


204 


380 


.537 


3. 


Norman Nolan, Virginia 


30 


276 


9.2 


3. 


Shane Battier, Duke 


36 


53 


1.5 




4. Norman Nolan, Virginia 


30 


257 


490 


.524 


T4. 


Rodney Elliott. 


Maryland 


32 


236 


7.4 


4. 


Makhtar Ndiaye. N. Carolina 


38 


54 


1.4 




5. Roshown McLeod, Duke 


36 


196 


397 


.494 




Kenny Inge, NC State 


32 


238 


7.4 


T5. 


Randell lackson, Florida State 


31 


37 


1.2 




6. Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


38 


209 


428 


.488 


6. 


Harold Jamison 


, Clemson 


32 


232 


7.3 




Kris Hunter, Virginia 


25 


29 


1.2 




7. Rodney Elliott, Maryland 


32 


174 


359 


.485 


7_ 


Corey Louis, Florida State 


32 


225 


7.0 




Obinna Ekezie, Maryland 


32 


37 


1.2 




8. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 


32 


230 


504 


.456 


T8. 


Michael Maddox, Georgia Tech 


33 


221 


6.7 




Karim Shabazz, Florida State 


32 


37 


1.2 




9. Laron Profit, Maryland 


32 


184 


412 


.447 




Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 


33 


220 


6.7 


T9. 


Colin Ducharme, Virginia 


30 


34 


1.1 




10. Dion Glover, Georgia Tech 


33 


222 


503 


.441 


10. 


Obinna Ekezie, 


Maryland 


32 


207 


6.5 




Laron Profit, Maryland 


32 


36 


1.1 




Free Throw Percentage 










Offensive Rebounds 








Steals Per Game 










Rank Player, School 


G 


FT 


ATT. 


.PCT 


Rank Player, School 




G 


REB. 


AVG. 


Rank 


Player, School 


G 


STL. 


AVG. 




1. Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


38 


133 


146 


.911 


1. 


Harold Jamisor 


, Clemson 


32 


126 


3.94 


1. 


Laron Profit, Maryland 


32 


87 


2.7 




2. Trajan Langdon, Duke 


36 


101 


114 


.886 


2. 


Matt Harpring 


Georgia Tech 


32 


120 


3.75 


T2. 


Dion Glover, Georgia Tech 


33 


70 


2.1 




3. Matt Harpring, Georgia Tech 


32 


179 


221 


.810 


3. 


Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina 


37 


126 


3.41 




Steve Wojciechowski, Duke 


36 


74 


2.1 




4. Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest 


30 


112 


1.39 


.806 


4. 


Kenny Inge, NC State 


32 


94 


2.94 


T4. 


Ishua Benjamin. NC State 


32 


64 


2.0 




5. Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 


28 


70 


87 


.805 


5. 


Norman Nolan 


Virginia 


30 


87 


2.90 




Terrell Mclntyre. Clemson 


29 


58 


2.0 




6. Terrell Baker, Florida State 


31 


99 


124 


.798 


6. 


Niki Arinze, Wake Forest 


30 


76 


2.53 


T6. 


Terrell Baker, Florida State 


31 


59 


1.9 




7. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


29 


88 


113 


.779 


7. 


Shane Battier, Duke 


36 


89 


2.47 




Kerry Thompson, Florida Slate 


32 


60 


1.9 




8. Curtis Staples, Virginia 


30 


75 


98 


.765 


8. 


Obinna Ekezie, 


Maryland 


32 


75 


2.34 


T8. 


Greg Buckner, Clemson 


32 


51 


1.6 




9. Clint Harrison, NC State 


32 


83 


113 


.735 


9. 


Alvin [ones, Georgia Tech 


33 


74 


2.24 




Ed Cota. N. Carolina 


37 


58 


1.6 




10. Randell Jackson, Florida State 


31 


85 


118 


.720 


10. 


Dion Glover, Georgia Tech 


33 


73 


2.21 


10. 


Travis Spivey, Georgia Tech 


33 


48 


1.5 




3-Point Field Goal Percentage 








Assists 










Minutes Played 










Rank Player, School 


G 


3FG 


ATT. 


.PCT 


Rank Player, School 




G 


AST. 


AVG. 


Rank 


Player, School 


G 


MIN. 


PG 




1. Clint Harrison, NC State 


32 


80 


183 


.437 


1. 


Ed Cota, N. Carolina 


37 


274 


7.4 


1. 


Curtis Staples. Virginia 


30 


1,174 


39.1 




2. Archie Miller, NC State 


32 


55 


130 


.423 


2. 


Kerry Thompson, Florida State 


32 


172 


5.4 


2. 


Clint Harrison, NC State 


32 


1,165 


36.4 




3. Robert O'Kellev, Wake Forest 


30 


77 


183 


.421 


3. 


Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


29 


154 


5.3 


3. 


Matt Harpring. Georgia Tech 


32 


1,163 


36.3 




4. Tony Christie, Clemson 


32 


54 


130 


.415 


4. 


Terrell Stokes, Maryland 


32 


153 


4.8 


4. 


Norman Nolan, Virginia 


30 


1,077 


35.9 




5. Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


38 


86 


215 


.400 


5. 


Steve Wojciechowski. Duke 


36 


164 


4.6 


5. 


Dion Glover, Georgia Tech 


33 


1.163 


35.2 




6. Sarunas Jasikevicius, Maryland 


32 


60 


151 


.397 


6. 


Travis Spivey, Georgia Tech 


33 


143 


4.3 


6. 


Ishua Benjamin, NC State 


32 


1,109 


34.7 




7. Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 


28 


67 


169 


.396 


7. 


Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


38 


161 


4.2 


7. 


Willie Dersch, Virginia 


30 


1,017 


33.9 




8. Trajan Langdon, Duke 


36 


85 


215 


.395 


8. 


Ishua Benjamin 


, NC State 


32 


120 


3.8 


8. 


Kerry Thompson, Florida State 


32 


1,072 


33.5 




9. Curtis Staples, Virginia 


30 


130 


333 


.390 


9. 


Sarunas Jasikevicius, Maryland 


32 


116 


3.6 


9. 


Antawn Jamison, N. Carolina 


37 


i,::" 


33.2 




10. Steve Wojciechowski, Duke 


36 


54 


139 


.388 


10. 


Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 


28 


93 


3.3 


10. 


Ed Cota, N. Carolina 


37 


1,220 


33.0 




3-Point Field Goals Per Game 








Assist/Turnover Ratio 


















3D 


Rank Player, School 


G 


3GM 


3GA 


PG 


Rank Player, School 




AST. 


TO RATIO 












1. Curtis Staples, Virginia 


30 


130 


333 


4.3 


1. 


Steve Wojciechowski, Duke 


164 


64 


2.56 












-< 


2. Robert O'Kelley. Wake Forest 


30 


77 


183 


2.6 


2. 


EdCota,N.Ca 


olina 


274 


113 


2.42 












5 


3. Clint Harrison, NC State 


32 


80 


183 


2.5 


3. 


Terrell Stokes, Maryland 


153 


67 


2.28 












■z. 


T4. Tony Rutland, Wake Forest 


28 


67 


169 


2.4 


4. 


Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


154 


68 


2.26 












o 


Trajan Langdon, Duke 


36 


85 


215 


2.4 


5. 


Greg Buckner. Clemson 


83 


47 


1.77 












OS 


6. Shammond Williams. N. Carolina 


38 


86 


215 


2.3 


6. 


Shammond Williams, N. Carolina 


161 


98 


1.64 












2C» 


T7, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Maryland 


32 


60 


151 


1.9 


7. 


Ishua Benjamir 


, NC State 


120 


77 


1.56 












:*; 


Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


29 


56 


155 


1.9 


8. 


Justin Gainey, NC State 


L76 


49 


1.55 












m 

— i 


9. Steven Goolsby, Wake Forest 


30 


53 


141 


1.8 


9. 


Sarunas Jasikevicius, Maryland 


116 


80 


1.45 












CO 


10. Archie Miller, NC State 


32 


53 


130 


1.7 


10. 


Kerry Thompson, Florida State 


172 


125 


1.38 












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Game No. 1 
South Carolina 76, Maryland 72 (OT) 

November 14,1997 

Target Center, Minneapolis, Minn./Black Coaches 
Association Classic 

Melvin Watson's 3-pointer with 10 seconds left in overtime 
gave South Carolina a 76-72 win over Maryland in the Black 
Coaches Association Classic. The Terrapins were led by 
Laron Profit's 24 points, 19 of them after halftime. The game 
was played under experimental rules with a 40-second shot 
clock instead of 35 and with four quarters instead of two 
halves. Profit helped rally Maryland late in regulation and 
again in overtime, and his 3-pointer with 30 seconds left in 
overtime gave the Terrapins a 72-71 lead. But after Watson's 
3-pointer, Profit misfired with three seconds left. Maryland's 
fast start included a 10-0 run in the first quarter and an out- 
standing play by Profit. With time winding down in the 
quarter. Profit blocked a shot by Watson, grabbed the loose 
ball and hit a three-quarters-court shot at the first-quarter 
buzzer for a 20-9 lead. In overtime, South Carolina took a 
68-64 lead, its biggest of the game, with 1:59 left. Profit hit a 
3-pointer and another basket to tie the game at 69-all with 
1:16 left, but William Gallman scored inside again with 50 
seconds remaining to put the Gamecocks on top. 



SOUTH CAROLINA (76) 
min fgm-a 



Davis 

Gallman 

Stack 

McKie 

Watson 

Ross 

Rouse 

lohnson 

Nix 

Grant 

TOTALS 



0-4 
3-4 
5-10 
6-20 
5-13 
0-0 
0-2 
0-1 
0-0 
4-7 
23-61 
Percentages: FG-.377, FT-.656. 3-Point Goals: 9 
(Stack, 2-3, McKie, 2-6, Watson, 3-6, Rouse, 0-1 
5). Team Rebounds' 7. Blocked Shots: 4 (Davis, 
1, Stack, 1, lohnson, I). Turnovers: 14 (Gallman 
McKie, 1, Watson, 7, Grant,2). Steals: 10 (Davis, 
McKie, 2, Watson, 3, Rouse, 1. Grant, 2). 



24 
29 
41 
40 
37 

1 
11 
18 

1 

23 

225 



ftm-a 
0-0 
0-1 
1-3 

10-12 
4-5 
0-0 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
6-9 



o-d 

0-1 
2-3 
2-7 
0-2 
0-3 
0-0 
0-0 
2-3 
0-1 
3-6 



21-32 12-30 



Pf 

1 
3 



1 
3 





3 



2 

15 

24, .375 

, Grant, 2- 

1, Gallman, 

2, Stack, 2 

1, Stack, 1, 



MARYLAND (72) 

miji fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf 

Profit 31 9-19 2-2 4-6 10 3 4 

Elliott 40 3-9 7-12 1-4 5 5 

Ekezie 26 2-6 4-6 0-4 4 3 5 

Stokes 31 3-6 0-0 0-2 2 2 4 

Jasikevicius 27 3-7 1-2 0-3 3 3 1 

Kovarik 22 1-4 0-0 1-2 3 3 1 

Hahn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

Cephas 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Mardesich 19 2-3 1-2 1-12 13 

Morris 22 1-5 0-0 2-2 4 2 

Watkins 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 225 24-60 15-2413-31 44 16 25 
Percentages: FG-.400, FT-.625, 3-Point Goals: 9-22, .409 
( Profit, 4- 1 0. Elliott, 1 -2, Stokes, 2-3, Jasikevicius, 1 -4, 
Kovarik, 0-1, Morris, 1-2). Team Rebounds: 11. Blocked 
Shots: 14 (Profit, 2, Ekezie, 5, lasikevicius, 1, Kovarik, 2, 
Mardesich, 1, Morris, 3). Turnovers: 17 (Profit, 2, Elliott, 
Ekezie, 2, Stokes, 3, lasikevicius, 5, Mardesich, 3, Morris, 
Steals: 8 (Profit, 1, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 1, Stokes, 1, Kovarik, 
Mardesich, 1, Morris, 1). 






5 
3 


72 



South Carolina 9 28 1 1 14 14 - 76 

Maryland 20 17 14 11 10 - 72 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 12,121. Referees: Charlie Range, 
Tim Higgins, Gerald Boudreaux. 

Game No. 2 

Maryland 81, Fairleigh Dickinson 70 

November 18, 1997 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

After taking the lead with seven minutes to go in the first 
half, the Maryland Terrapins held off numerous runs by 
Fairleigh Dickinson to win 81-70 before a crowd of 9, 318 at 
Cole Field House. Led by junior Ail-American Laron Profit's 
career-high 27 points, 1 1 rebounds and four steals, the Terps 
used their full-court press to cause critical turnovers. After 
recording a previous high of 24 points against South 
Carolina, Profit once again stepped up his performance 
down the stretch by scoring 18 second-half points. Other 
strong performances came from seniors Rodney Elliott and 



33 6-13 



6-8 6-7 13 



Sarunas Jasikevicius, who scored 16 and 15 points, respec- 
tively. Junior point guard Terrell Stokes ran the offense with 
nine assists and four steals. 

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (70) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Turner 

Walker 

Fason 

Todd 

Slider 

Williams 

Sinding 

King 

Rasmussen 

TOTALS 



Blocked Shots: 2 (Van Dorpe, 1, Conwell, 1 ). Turnovers: 21 
(Gayle, 3, Hayden, 1, Van Dorpe, 2, Harris, 5, Conwell, 5, 
Brown, 2, Bethel, 3). Steals: 4 (Hayden, 1, Harris, 1, Conwell, 



18 
40 
20 
32 
20 
20 



1-5 
6-13 
3-7 
6-16 
1-3 
0-2 
3-4 
0-0 



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



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



18 
2 

15 
9 

17 
3 

6 




200 26-63 11-14 12-31 43 7 23 70 



Percentages: FG-.413, FT-.786, 3-Point Goals: 7-21, .333 
(Walker, 0-1, Fason, 0-3, Todd, 1-3, Slider, 5-12, Williams, 1- 
2). Team Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 8 (Fason, 1, Williams, 
3, Sinding, 3, King, 1 ). Turnovers: 30 (Turner, 7, Walker, 5, 
Fason, 6, Todd, 4, Slider, 4, Williams, 1, Sinding, 1 , King, 1, 
Rasmussen, 1 ). Steals: 6 (Turner, 2, Walker, 1, Fason, 1, 
Slider, 2). 



MARYLAND (81) 

min fgm-a 



Profit 

Elliott 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Jasikevicius 

Mardesich 

Morris 

Kovarik 

Cephas 

Watkins 

TOTALS 



35 

23 

25 

32 

31 

17 

15 

9 

11 

2 

200 



12-22 
5-10 
3-8 
2-6 
4-11 
1-8 
4-8 
0-1 
0-2 
0-0 

31-76 



ftm-a 

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



o-d 

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



2 
4 
9 
6 
2 

1 


26 



Pf 

2 
5 
4 
2 

3 

1 

2 

19 



15-22 19-27 

Percentages: FG-.408, FT-.682, 3-Point Goals: 4-18, .222 
(Profit, 1-5, Elliott, 1-3, Stokes, 0-2, Jasikevicius, 2-6, 
Morris, 0-2) Team Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 9 (Profit, 1, 
Elliott, 1, Ekezie, 2, Jasikevicius, 1, Mardesich, 3, Morris, 1). 
Turnovers: 17 (Profit, 3, Elliott, 1, Ekezie, 3, Stokes, 2, 
Jasikevicius, 5, Morris, 2, Cephas, 1). Steals: 14 (Profit, 4, 
Elliott, L, Stokes, 4, Jasikevicius, 2, Morris, 3). 

Fairleigh Dickinson 32 38 - 70 

Maryland 41 40 - 81 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 9,318. Referees: Stan Rote, Chuck 

Pitts, Jack Sweeney. 

Game No. 3 

Maryland 1 02, Mt. St. Mary's 74 

November 22, 1997 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Led by Laron Profit's game-highs of 21 points, seven assists 
and four steals, Maryland dismantled Mount Saint Mary's, 
102-74, before a raucous sellout crowd at Cole Field House. 
Profit added six rebounds in an all-around performance. 
Junior Obinna Ekezie scored 17 and grabbed a game-high 
seven boards, while senior Rodney Elliott had 16 points and 
pulled six off the glass. Even with the starters oft the floor, 
freshmen Mike Mardesich and Terence Morris added the 
necessary sparks to the offense. Mardesich, who had 10 
points and five rebounds, and Morris, with nine and six 
respectively, were often on the receiving end of several alley- 
oops that brought the crowd to its feet. The Terrapins 
opened the game with a 12-2 run and expanded the lead to 
22 points by halftime. 



MARYLAND (102) 

min fgm-a 



Profit 

Elliott 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Jasikevicius 

Mardesich 

Watkins 

Morris 

Kovarik 

Fields 

Hahn 

Smith 

TOTALS 



27 
29 
27 
26 
19 
19 
11 
19 
15 
4 



200 



10 
5-11 
6-9 
1-1 
2-7 
4-6 
2-4 
3-6 
4-4 
1-2 
1-1 
0-1 
37-62 



o-d 

1-5 
4-2 
3-4 
0-2 
0-1 
2-3 
1-3 
1-5 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
23-33 15-28 



ftm-a 

3-3 
4-4 
5-10 
0-0 
2-4 
2-2 
1-2 
3-4 
0-0 
0-0 
3-4 
0-0 



Pf 

3 

4 
2 

4 
3 



3 

5 



102 



Percentages: FG-.597, FT- .697, 3-Point Goals: 5-13, .385 
( Profit, 2-4, Elliott, 2-4, Jasikevicius, 0-2, Watkins, 0-1, 
Fields, 1-2). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 4 (Profit, 1, 
Elliott, 1, Mardesich, 1, Morris, 1). Turnovers: 16 (Profit, 6, 
Elliott, 2, Stokes, 3, Mardesich, 1, Watkins, 1, Morris, 1, 
Smith, 2). Steals: 10 (Profit, 4, Ekezie, 1, Stokes, 2, 
Jasikevicius, 2, Watkins, 1 ). 

Mt. St. Mary's 30 44 - 74 

Maryland 52 50 - 102 

Technical Fouls: Maryland (Profit, first half, 3:49), Mt. St. 

Mary's (Conwell, first half, 3:49). A: 14,122 (sellout) 

Referees: Chuck Pitts, Bryan Kersey, Alan Spainhour. 

Game No. 4 

Maryland 117, Florida International 70 

November 25, 1997 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Five players scored in double figures and the 24th-ranked 
Terrapins used a 20-point run in the first half to cruise to a 
117-70 victory over Florida International. Senior forward 
Rodney Elliott led the Terrapins with 20 points and 10 
rebounds. Junior center Obinna Ekezie had 18 points and 
eight rebounds and junior guard Laron Profit, who led the 
Terrapins (3-1 ) in scoring in their three previous games, had 
15 points. Junior point guard Terrell Stokes had 11 points 
and six rebounds and freshman forward Terence Morris had 
1 1 points. The Terrapins had 25 assists, shot 59 percent and 
had a*57-30 rebounding advantage. In the second half, the 
Terrapins led by as many as 55 points, and Williams cleared 
the bench with five minutes remaining. All 1 2 players scored. 

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (70) 





min 


fgm-a 


ftm-a 


o-d 


t 


a 


Pf 


fp 


Gamble 


18 


1-5 


0-0 


1-3 


4 





4 


2 


Bell 


30 


8-20 


5-6 


6-2 


8 


4 


4 


24 


Cook 


28 


2-8 


2-6 


2-5 


7 





2 


6 


McKnight 


16 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





3 


Arroyo 


31 


0-4 


8-12 


1-2 


3 


4 


5 


8 


Harris 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








3 





Fairweather 


6 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





1 





Carreno 


15 


3-7 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





2 


9 


Derkack 


20 


2-9 


4-6 


3-1 


4 


1 


2 


9 


Cross 


6 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





2 


Aybar 


13 


1-3 


1-2 


2-0 


2 


1 


4 


3 


Watts 


7 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 


2 


Rosario 


7 


0-1 


2-2 


0-0 








1 


2 


TOTALS 


200 


20-71 


22-3415-15 


30 


13 


29 


70 



Percentages: FG-.282, FT-.647. 3-Point Goals: 8-27, .296 
(Bell, 3-8, McKnight, 1-3, Arroyo, 0-2, Fairweather, 0-1, 



MT. ST. MARY'S (74) 












Carreno, 3-6 


.Derkack, 1-2 


Cross, 0-3, Watts, 0-2). Team 


min 


fgm-a 


ftm-a 


o-d 


t a 


Pf 


•P 


Rebounds: 0. Blocked Shots: 2 (Cook, 1, 


Rosario, 1 




Gayle 1 1 


2-2 


0-0 


2-0 


2 


5 


4 


Turnovers: 2 


6 (Gamble, 2, Bell, 5, Cook, 3, McKnight, 1, 


Hayden 30 


6-12 


3-6 


4-2 


6 1 


3 


18 


Arroyo, 5, Fairweather, 4, Derkack, 


2, Watts, 1, 


Rosario, 2, 


Van Dorpe 38 


8-16 


0-1 


2-1 


3 1 


4 


18 


Team, 1). Steals: 9 (Gamble 


, 1 , Arroyo, 1 , 


Fairweather, 1, 


Harris 35 


2-9 


0-0 


1-2 


3 9 


4 


5 


Carreno, 4, Cross, 


, Rosario, 1). 










Conwell 27 


3-13 


1-3 


7-2 


9 1 


3 


8 


















Brown 19 


2-4 


3-4 


1-2 


3 1 


2 


7 


MARYLAND (1 














Bethel 14 


0-4 


2-2 


1-0 


1 





2 




min 


fgm-a 


ftm-a 


o-d 


t 


a 


Pf tP 


Cook 1 1 


3-4 


2-4 


2-0 


2 1 


2 


8 


Profit 


26 


6-10 


3-5 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 15 


Balgac 9 


0-3 


2-2 


0-0 


3 


1 


2 


Elliott 


25 


4-10 


10-12 


3-7 


10 


3 


3 20 


Herbert 5 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 











Ekezie 


25 


8-11 


2-4 


5-3 


8 


2 


18 


Grace 1 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


2 


Stokes 


23 


3-5 


2-2 


0-6 


6 


2 


3 11 


TOTALS 200 


27-69 


13-22 22-11 


33 17 


25 


74 


lasikevicius 


17 


4-5 


0-0 


2-6 


8 


3 


3 8 


Percentages: FG-.391, FT-. 


591. 3-Point Goals: 7-25 


.280 




Morris 


17 


4-6 


3-4 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 11 


(Hayden, 3-6, Van Dorpe, 


2-6, Harris, 1-3, Conwell 


1-5, 




Mardesich 


18 


3-8 


1-2 


2-3 


5 


2 


3 7 


Bethel, 0-1, Balgac 


0-3, Herbert, 0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 4. 


Kovarik 


16 


3-5 


1-4 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 7 
















Watkins 


14 


3-5 


2-3 


1-5 


6 


1 


4 8 



100 












Fields 11 2-3 0-0 0-2 2 2 4 

Smith 4 2-2 1-2 1-0 12 1 5 

Hahn 4 0-1 3-4 0-0 10 3 

TOTALS 200 42-71 28-4217-40 57 25 22 117 
Percentages: FG-.592, FT-.667, 3-Point Goals: 5-11, .455 
(Profit, 0-3, Elliott, 2-4, Stokes, 3-4). Team Rebounds: 2. 
Blocked Shots: 5 (Jasikevicius, 1, Morris, l.Mardesich, 2, 
Fields 1 ). Turnovers: 25 (Profit, 5, Elliott, 3, Ekezie, 4, 
Stokes, 2, [asikevicius, 4, Kovarik, 2, Watkins, 2, Fields, 1, 
Hahn, 1, Smith, 1). Steals: 6 (Profit, 3, Jasikevicius, 1, 
Morris, 2). 

Florida International 26 44 - 70 

Maryland 53 64 - 117 

Technical Fouls: Florida International (Coach, 11:58). A: 

12,765; Referees: Frank Scagliotta, Leslie Jones, Kelly 

Lombard. 

Game No. 5 

Clemson 78, Maryland 65 (0T) 

December 4, 1997 

Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C. 

Terrell Mclntyre scored six of his 2 1 points in overtime as 
16th-ranked Clemson held Maryland scoreless in the extra 
session en route to a 78-65 victory in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference opener tor both schools. Greg Buckner had 21 
points and seven rebounds for Clemson (4-2). Mclntyre, 
who had nine assists and nine rebounds, sank the game- 
tying tree throw in regulation before teammate Tony 
Christie missed a 3-pointer as time expired. The Terrapins 
had their three-game winning streak snapped by the Tigers. 
Rodney Elliott scored 16 for Maryland. 

MARYLAND (65) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 32 4-12 2-4 1-3 4 2 4 10 

Elliott 37 6-9 2-6 2-2 4 15 15 

Ekezie 31 2-4 3-7 3-7 10 3 7 

Stokes 40 4-6 2-2 0-1 1 2 3 12 

Jasikevicius 33 3-8 1-1 0-2 2 7 5 9 

Mardesich 21 3-3 0-0 0-4 4 3 6 
Morris 20 3-5 0-0 0-2 2 13 6 

Kovarik 10 0-1 0-0 0-2 2 11 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 225 25-48 10-20 6-26 32 14 27 65 
Percentages: FG-.521, FT-.500. 3-Point Goals: 5-18, .278 
(Profit 0-5, Elliott 1 -2, Stokes 2-4, Jasikevicius 2-6, Morris 
0-1). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 4 (Mardesich 2, 
Ekezie, Morris). Turnovers: 27 (Profit 6, Stokes 6, Ekezie 5, 
Elliott 5, Morris 3, Kovarik, Mardesich). Steals: 7 (Profit 2, 
Stokes 2, Ekezie, Elliott, Jasikevicius). 

CLEMSON (78) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Jamison 17 2-4 1-4 0-0 13 5 

Iturbe 27 2-4 5-8 2-13 2 1 9 

Wideman 22 3-4 0-0 0-2 2 4 6 
Buckner 42 8-16 5-7 0-7 7 3 1 21 

Mclntyre 39 6-13 7-9 3-6 9 9 4 21 

Miller 14 4-7 0-0 0-110 11 

Christie 20 0-2 2-4 0-2 2 2 2 2 

Whitt 17 1-6 0-0 1-2 3 1 2 

Woni 16 0-2 1-2 4-2 6 3 1 

Allenspach 11 0-2 0-0 1-0 1 10 
TOTALS 225 26-60 21-3413-23 36 18 19 78 
Percentages: FG-.433, FT-.618. 3-Point Goals: 5-17, .294 
(Iturbe 0-1, Buckner 0-3, Mclntyre 2-5, Miller 3-5, Christie 
0-2, Whitt 0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 1 
(Woni). Turnovers: 18 (Mclntyre 5, Buckner 4, Jamison 3, 
Christie 2, Iturbe, Miller, Whitt, Woni). Steals: 13 (Buckner 
6, Mclntyre 4, Allenspach, Iturbe, Miller). 

Maryland 27 38 - 65 

Clemson 28 37 13 - 78 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 1 1,200. Officials: Frank Scagliotta, 
Larry Rose, Stan Rote. 

Game No. 6 

Maryland 86, Kansas 83 

December 7, 1997 

MCI Center, Washington, D.C. 

Sarunas lasikevicius snapped a tie with two free throws with 
1:45 remaining as Maryland defeated No. 3-ranked Kansas, 
86-83, in the first round of the Franklin National Bank 
Classic in Washington, D.C. Rodney Elliott scored 21 points 
and Laron Profit added 13 before fouling out for Maryland, 
which raced to a 54-41 halftime lead. Paul Pierce scored 26 



points before fouling out for Kansas, which missed three free 
throws in the final four minutes. Profit and Kansas' Paul 
Pierce traded free throws before Jasikevicius hit two free 
throws. Mike Mardesich, who missed a pair of foul shots ear- 
lier, added two to make it 83-79 with 90 seconds remaining. 

KANSAS (83) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Pugh 11 1-2 2-2 2-13 5 4 

Pierce 29 10-19 4-8 5-2 7 15 26 

LaFrentz 38 10-21 3-4 7-9 16 2 24 

Robertson 32 2-6 2-2 0-3 3 3 4 7 
Thomas 26 1-12 1-2 2-4 6 4 3 3 

Bradford 17 0-2 1-2 0-1 1 2 3 1 

Gregory 22 4-9 0-12-4622 9 

Chenowith 17 4-8 1-13-4 7 4 9 
McGrath 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

TOTALS 200 32-79 14-22 21-30 51 12 29 83 
Percentages: FG-.405, FT-.636. 3-Point Goals: 5-20, .250 
(Pierce 2-5, LaFrentz 1-1, Robertson 1-3, Thomas 0-9, 
Gregory 1-2). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 7 
( LaFrentz 3, Chenowith 3, Pierce). Turnovers: 22 
( Robertson 5, LaFrentz 4, Chenowith 3, Pierce 3, Bradford 
2, Gregory 2, McGrath, Pugh, Thomas). Steals: 1 1 
(Robertson 5, Bradford 2, Pierce 2, LaFrentz, Thomas). 

MARYLAND (86) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 34 4-15 4-8 4-3 7 2 5 13 

Elliott 28 7-14 4-6 3-9 12 1 5 21 

Ekezie 32 5-9 6-12 1-8 9 2 3 16 

Stokes 24 1-4 4-4 0-110 1 6 

Jasikevicius 35 8-14 3-3 0-4 4 3 21 
Mardesich 17 1-4 2-4 2-3 7 14 4 
Morris 16 1-4 1-2 3-14 1 3 

Kovarik 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 28-66 24-3915-32 47 9 20 86 
Percentages: FG-.424, FT-.615. 3-Point Goals: 6-20, .300 
(Profit 1-5, Elliott 3-5, Stokes 0-2, Jasikevicius 2-7, Morris 
0-1). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 5 (Elliott 3, Ekezie, 
Morris). Turnovers: 22 (Elliott 9, Ekezie 3, Profit 3, 
Mardesich 2, Morris 2, Stokes 2, lasikevicius). Steals: 15 
(Profit 6, Elliott 2, Kovarik 2, Stokes 2, Ekezie, Jasikevicius, 
Morris). 

Kansas 41 42 - 83 

Maryland 54 32 86 

Technical Fouls: A:16,507. None. Officials: Jim Burr, Ted 
Valentine, Tim Higgins. 

Game No. 7 
George Washington 70, Maryland 66 

December 8, 1997 

MCI Center, Washington, D.C. 

Shawnta Rogers scored 23 points as George Washington 
defeated 22nd-ranked Maryland for the first time in 20 
years, 70-66, to capture the championship of the Franklin 
National Bank Classic in Washington, D.C. The Colonials 
trailed 62-61 with 3:30 remaining, but ran off eight straight 
points to take control. Laron Profit's layup with one second 
to play was Maryland's only field goal during that stretch. 
The Terrapins connected on 24-of-56 (43 percent) from the 
field, including just 3-of-13 3-pointers. Profit led the way 
with 15 points, while Sarunas Jasikevicius added 14. Obinna 
Ekezie had 10 points and 10 rebounds. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON (70) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Brade 23 0-5 0-0 2-2 4 3 1 

Ngongba 12 0-0 0-2 2-13 1 

Mescheriakov 29 8-13 2-2 1-5 6 2 4 19 
Koul 36 7-11 1-3 2-4 6 4 15 

Rogers 36 7-16 7-8 0-4 4 2 4 23 

Iturbe 29 2-4 0-0 3-3 6 3 4 

Camara 23 2-7 3-5 3-3 6 10 9 

Krivonos 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

Eyal 4 0-0 0-0 1-01100 

de Miranda 3 0-1 0-0 0-1 1 
Hazzard 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 26-58 13-2014-23 37 10 17 70 
Percentages: FG-.448, FT-65.0, 3-Point Goals: 5-15, 33.3 
( Mescherikov, 1-2, Rogers, 2-7, Camara, 2-5, Hazzard, 0-1). 
Team Rebounds: 0. Blocked Shots: 0. Turnovers: 15 (Brade, 
2, Ngongba, 1, Mescheriakov, 5, Koul, 2, Rogers, 2, Iturbe, 1, 
Camara, 1, Hazzard, 1 ). Steals: 9 (Ngongba, 1, 
Mescheriakov, 1, Rogers, 4, Iturbe, 1, Camera, 1, Eyal, 1). 



MARYLAND (66) 






min 


fgm-a 


Profit 


35 


5-15 


Elliott 


25 


3-10 


Ekezie 


35 


5-8 


Stokes 


27 


1-3 


lasikevicius 


32 


6-13 


Kovarik 


16 


2-3 


Mardesich 


20 


2-3 


Morris 


10 


0-1 



ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

5-6 3-5 8 4 15 
3-4 1-3 4 2 5 9 
0-0 4-6 10 2 4 10 
2-2 0-0 7 2 5 
0-0 0-0 3 1 14 
0-0 0-1 1 1 4 
2-2 1-3 4 2 1 6 
3-4 0-4 4 12 3 
TOTALS 200 24-56 15-1810-22 32 17 20 66 

Percentages: FG-.429, FT-.833, 3-Point Goals: 3-13, .231 
(Profit, 0-3, Stokes, 1-2, Jasikevicius, 2-7, Morris, 0-1. Team 
Rebounds, 1. Blocked Shots: 5 (Profit, 1, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 1, 
Morris, 1). Turnovers: 16 (Profit, 3, Elliott, 3, Ekezie, 4, 
Stokes, 1, Jasikevicius, 1, Kovarik, 1, Mardesich, 3). Steals: 8 
(Profit, 4, Elliott, 1, Ekezie, 2, Mardesich, 1). 

George Washington 4 1 29 - 70 
Maryland 37 29 - 66 

Technical Fouls: None. A, 14,609. Officials: Jim Burr, Ted 
Valentine, Tim Higgins. 

Game No. 8 

Maryland 104, UMBC 66 

December 13, 1997 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Laron Profit scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half as 
22nd-ranked Maryland raced to a 3 1 -point lead and cruised 
to its 56th straight home victory over a non-conference 
opponent, a 104-66 defeat of UMBC. Maryland, which took 
command of the game with a 35-10 run over a six-minute 
span midway through the first halt, has won 21 consecutive 
games against in-state rivals. The Terps are 9-0 all-time 
against Maryland-Baltimore County. 

UMBC (66) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Green 21 0-1 0-0 0-4 4 2 5 

Okafor 30 9-11 2-4 6-4 10 2 20 

Martin, Brad 31 3-7 3-41-4514 9 
Giddens 38 5-19 1-2 2-2 4 5 2 16 

Ward 31 3-10 2-2 0-2 2 7 2 11 

Grella 8 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 1 2 

Harrison 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Poiesz 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Hyland 23 3-10 0-0 0-0 2 1 8 

Martin, Kerry 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 
TOTALS 200 24-60 8-12 11-17 28 18 18 66 
Percentages: FG-.400, FT-.667, 3 Point Goals: 10-31, .323 
(Martin, Brad, 0-1, Giddens, 5-14, Ward, 3-9, Hyland, 2-7). 
Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 1 (Martin, Kerry, 1). 
Turnovers: 32 (Green, 5, Okafor, 5, Martin, Brad, 2, 
Giddens, 4, Ward, 7, Grella, 1, Harrison, 4, Hyland, 2, 
Martin, Kerry, l.Team, 1). Steals: 7 (Green, 3, Okafor, 2, 
Giddens, 2). 

MARYLAND (104) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 24 7-9 2-3 2-13 6 18 

Elliott 19 7-11 1-2 2-3 5 3 15 

Ekezie 17 4-6 2-4 3-4 7 1 1 10 

Kovarik 18 3-4 0-0 1-2 3 11 6 

Jasikevicius 25 6-8 2-4 0-2 2 8 1 18 
Mardesich 22 5-10 2-2 3-2 5 1 12 
Morris 17 3-7 1-2 3-3 6 2 2 7 

Stokes 19 4-6 1-2 0-3 3 6 2 10 

Cephas 22 2-8 0-0 3-6 9 14 4 

Fields 11 2-4 0-0 1-12 10 4 

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

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

TOTALS 200 43-77 11-1921-27 48 29 14 104 
Percentages: FG-.558, FT .579, 3-Point Goals, 7-15, .467 
(Profit, 2-3, Jasikevicius, 4-6, Stokes, 1-2, Cephas, 0-1, 
Fields, 0-1, Smith, 0-1, Hahn, 0-1). Team Rebounds: 3. 
Blocked Shots: 5 (Ekezie, 2, Mardesich, 1, Morris, 1, Cephas, 
1 ). Turnovers: 19 (Profit, 1, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 3, Kovarik, 1, 
Jasikevicius, 2, Mardesich, 1 , Morris, 3, Stokes, 1 , Cephas, 3, 
Fields, 1, Smith, 1). Steals: 12 (Profit, 3, Ekezie, 1, 
lasikevicius, 3, Morris, 2, Stokes, 1, Cephas, 1, Fields, 1). 

UMBC 36 30 - 66 

Maryland 67 37 - 104 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 13,913. Officials: Leslie Jones, 
Manny llpton, Haywood Bostic. 



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101 



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Game No. 9 
Maryland 110, UNC - Asheville 52 

December 22, 1997 
Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Senior Sarunas Jasikevicius scored six ot his 17 points when 
No. 20 Maryland scored 21 straight in the first half to lead 
the Terrapins to a 1 10-52 victory over North Carolina- 
Asheville. The Terrapins never trailed in their 57th consec- 
utive non-conference home victory since 1 989. Junior Laron 
Profit scored 23 points and freshman Terence Morris scored 
20 for Maryland. After Maryland won the opening tap and 
Rodney Elliott scored on a jumper, the Terrapins never 
trailed. The Terrapins finished with 29 assists and a school- 
record 22 steals. 

UNC-ASHEVILLE(52) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Martin 26 5-13 0-0 1-2 3 3 2 10 

Stevenson 25 3-7 1-2 3-2 5 13 7 

Lommerse 24 1-1 1-2 0-2 2 13 3 
Matthews 15 2-3 0-0 0-1 1 2 5 
Pittman 28 3-7 0-0 1-12 1 8 

Earnhardt 14 1-1 2-2 0-1 1 4 

Flowers 13 0-1 1-2 1-12 2 1 

Krieger 22 3-9 0-0 1-2 3 2 4 7 

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

Osikowicz 8 1-2 0-01-0100 2 

Ezell 6 0-0 0-0 0-2 2 

Richardson 6 0-3 0-0 0-0 
Smits 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 

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

TOTALS 200 21-51 5-10 9-17 26 7 19 52 

Percentages: FG-.412, FT-.500, 3-Point Goals, .278, 5-18 
(Martin, 0-3, Matthews, 1-2, Pittman, 2-5, Krieger, 1-5, 
Coble, 1-2, Richardson, 0-1). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked 
Shots: 0. Turnovers: 37 (Martin, 5, Stevenson, 4, Lommerse, 
6, Matthews, 2, Pittman, 9, Earnhardt, 1, Flowers, 1, Krieger, 
5, Osikowicz, 2, Smits, 1, McDevitt, 1. Steals: 5 (Matthews, 3, 
Krieger, 1, McDevitt, 1). 

MARYLAND (110) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Profit 20 9-12 2-2 0-3 3 4 3 23 

Elliott 23 5-7 1-1 2-5 7 2 1 11 

Ekezie 24 6-8 3-4 1-1 2 3 2 15 

Kovarik 15 3-5 0-0 1-12 6 2 6 

lasikevicius 26 6-10 2-2 0-1 1 4 1 17 
Morris 17 6-7 8-10 3-2 5 13 20 

Mardesich 18 2-4 0-0 1-3 4 4 
Stokes 22 0-2 1-40-1161 1 

Cephas 8 0-2 1-4 1-2 3 1 

Fields 8 2-3 0-0 0-0 10 5 

Watkins 7 1-3 0-0 2-13 2 

Smith 7 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 2 2 

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

TOTALS 200 42-68 18-27 13-24 37 29 13 110 
Percentages: FG-.618. FT-.667. 3-POINT GOALS .471, 8-17 
( Profit, 3-3, Kovarik, 0-1, lasikevicius, 3-6, Stokes, 0-1, 
Fields, 1-2, Smith, 0-2, Hahn, 1-2). Team Rebounds: 3. 
Blocked Shots: 3 (Morris, 1, Cephas, 1, Watkins, 1). 
Turnovers: 15 ( Profit, 3, Kovarik, 2, lasikevicius, 2, Morris, 
1, Stokes, 2, Cephas, 2, Watkins, 1, Smith, 1, Hahn, 1 ). Steals: 
22 (Profit, 1, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 1, Kovarik, 3, Jasikevicius, 6, 
Morris, 3, Mardesich, 1, Stokes, 3, Fields, 1, Hahn, 1 ). 

UNC-Asheville 27 25 - 52 

Maryland 62 48 - 110 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 10,522. Officials: Duke Edsall, 
Steve Gordon, Ben Vasconcells. 

Game No. 10 
Maryland 74, UNC - Wilmington 36 

December 27, 1997 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Rodney Elliott matched his career high with 22 points and 
grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds to lead No. 20 Maryland 
to a 74-36 victory over North Carolina-Wilmington. The 
impressive defensive effort gave head coach Gary Williams 
his 150th victory in nine seasons at Maryland: he is the 
third-winningest coach in school history. Elliott, who made 
seven-of-12 field goals, scored eight points during a 16-6 run 
midway through the second half that gave the Terrapins a 
commanding 67-27 lead. 



UNC-WILMINGTON (36) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Dahl 37 3-12 0-4 6-7 13 2 2 7 

Pratt 22 2-9 1-2 5-16 4 5 

Kojenets 32 5-13 0-0 0-2 2 2 10 

Byington 38 3-12 0-0 0-4 4 4 1 8 

Donlon 17 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 5 

Spencer 12 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 

Ebong 6 0-2 1-2 3-0 3 1 

Scott 10 0-4 0-0 0-0 1 

Green 21 1-9 1-3 2-6 8 1 3 

Tharp 3 0-1 0-0 1-0 10 

Gibbs 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 15-67 3-1119-23 42 8 18 36 
Percentages: FG-.224, FT-.273, 3-Point Goals, 3-19, .158 
( Dahl, 1-5, Pratt, 0-3, Byington, 2-9, Scott, 0-1 , Tharp, 0- 1 ). 
Team Rebounds: 5. Blocked Shots: 1 (Koienets, 1 ). 
Turnovers: 21 (Dahl, 4, Pratt, 1, Kojenets, 1, Byington, 2, 
Donlon, 3, Spencer, 3, Ebong, 1 , Scott, 3, Green, 1 , Gibbs, 1 ). 
Steals: 7 (Dahl, 1, Kojenets, 1, Byington, 3, Donlon, 1, Scott, 
1). 

MARYLAND (74) 

mill fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 28 1-5 2-3 2-2 4 6 4 

Elliott 27 7-12 6-6 2-12 14 2 2 22 

Ekezie 24 5-8 4-5 4-3 7 1 14 

Kovarik 25 2-6 0-0 1-12 2 2 4 

Jasikevicius 24 4-8 0-0 1-3 4 2 2 10 
Morris 9 2-4 2-2 0-33146 

Mardesich 18 2-7 2-4 2-3 5 11 6 
Stokes 19 1-4 0-0 0-1 13 3 

Cephas 9 0-1 0-0 1-3 4 1 

Fields 9 2-2 0-0 0-2 2 5 

Smith 4 0-1 0-0 1-12 

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

Hahn 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 10 

TOTALS 200 26-60 16-2015-37 52 18 13 74 
Percentages: FG-.433, FT-.800, 3-POINT GOALS, 6-16, .375 
(Elliott, 2-4, Kovarik, 0-1, Jasikevicius, 2-5, Morris, 0-1, 
Stokes, 1-1, Fields, 1-1, Smith, 0-1. Hahn, 0-2). Team 
Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 8 (Profit, 1, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 1, 
Kovarik, 1, Morris, 1, Mardesich, 1, Watkins, 1). Turnovers: 
15 (Profit, 2, Elliott, 3, Kovarik, 2, Jasikevicius, 3, Morris, 2, 
Stokes, k Cephas, 1, Team, 1). Steals: 8 (Profit, I.Elliott, 1, 
Kovarik, 1, Jasikevicius, 3, Mardesich, 2). 

UNC - Wilmington 14 22 - 36 
Maryland 39 35 - 74 

Technical Fouls: None: A: 10, 632. Officials: Stan Rote, 
Chuck Pitts, Terry Noble. 

Game No. 11 

Missouri 83, Maryland 79 

December 30, 1997 

Hearnes Center, Columbia, Mo. 

Brian Grawer scored 15 points to lead five Missouri players 
in double figures as the Tigers beat No. 20 Maryland 83-79. 
Maryland had a chance to cut Missouri's lead to one point 
with less than 30 seconds to play when Grawer, after a hard 
foul by Matt Kovarik, missed two free throws. But Rodney 
Elliott, who scored 13 points, missed a shot and Missouri's 
TyTon Lee hit two free throws to make it 82-77. Obinna 
Ekezie led the Terps with 20 points. Laron Profit, who fin- 
ished with 10 rebounds, gave Maryland its largest lead of the 
second half 53-47 with a layxip with 14:01 to play. Missouri 
held its largest lead of the half when Jeff Hater hit one of two 
free throws with just over a minute to play for a 79-72 lead. 
Maryland scored on its first five possessions and six of its 
first eight, taking a 14-4 lead on Profit's 3-pointer with 15:12 
left. Missouri went on a 10-2 run and got within 16-14 on 
Grawer's 3-pointer with 12:47 left. 

MARYLAND (79) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 37 5-13 3-5 4-6 10 3 1 14 

Elliott 26 6-12 1-2 1-4 5 14 13 

Ekezie 35 6-12 8-11 2-5 7 2 20 

Kovarik 24 2-2 0-0 0-1 1 8 5 5 

Jasikevicius 32 6-10 3-4 0-1 1 4 4 18 
Stokes 20 1-3 0-0 1-0 1 2 2 2 

Mardesich 17 1-1 2-2 0-3 3 4 4 

Morris 9 1-3 1-2 1-0 10 2 3 

TOTALS 200 28-56 18-2612-21 33 18 24 79 
Percentages: FG-.500, FT- .692. 3-Point Goals: 5-12, .417 
(Profit 1-3, Elliott 0-1, Kovarik 1-1, Jasikevicius 3-6, Stokes 
0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 3 ( Profit 2, Ekezie). 
Turnovers: 22 (Ekezie 4, Profit 4, lasikevicius 3, Kovarik 3, 



Mardesich 3, Elliott 2, Morris 2, Stokes). Steals: 14 (Profit 5, 
Elliott 2, Kovarik 2, Ekezie, lasikevicius, Mardesich, Morris, 
Stokes). 

MISSOURI (83) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Woods 13 4-8 0-0 0-1 1 2 9 

White 23 4-10 1-2 3-0 3 6 5 11 

Thames 22 4-9 6-8 2-5 7 2 3 14 

Ray 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

Hafer 29 1-4 1-2 0-112 1 3 

Lee 24 5-10 4-8 3-4 7 1 14 

Decker 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 10 2 

Grawer 30 4-7 4-6 0-2 2 3 1 15 

Parker 18 4-6 0-0 1-12 4 10 

Hardge 24 2-2 1-20-8815 5 

TOTALS 200 29-57 17-28 11-23 34 16 22 83 
Percentages: FG-.509, FT-.607. 3-Point Goals: 8-18, .444 
( Woods 1 -3, White 2-3, Thames 0- 1 , Hafer 0- 1 , Lee 0- 1 , 
Grawer 3-6, Parker 2-3). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 
4 (Hafer, Lee, Decker, White). Turnovers: 21 (Hafer 5, 
Parker 5, Grawer 3, White 3, Hardge 2, Lee 2, Thames). 
Steals: 14 (Hafer 5, Grawer 3, Decker, Hardge, Parker, Ray, 
Thames, White). 

Maryland 40 39 - 79 

Missouri 38 45 - 83 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 13,300. Officials: Frank Scagliotta, 

Rick Hartzell, Steve Gordon. 

Game No. 12 

Duke 104, Maryland 72 

January 3, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Roshown McLeod scored 15 points in the first half as No. 3 
Duke staged a phenomenal shooting show and went on to 
defeat No. 20 Maryland 104-72 in Cole Field House. The 
Blue Devils made a season-high 14 3-pointers overall, 
including tour by Steve Wojciechowski, who scored 13 
points. Obinna Ekezie had a career-high 23 points, including 
13 free throws, and Rodney Elliott scored 22 for Maryland. 

DUKE (104) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

McLeod 22 7-9 0-0 1-4 5 2 5 17 

Chappell 13 3-4 0-2 0-3 3 3 9 

Burgess 17 2-2 0-01-0104 4 

Wojciechowski 31 4-8 1-2 1-0 1 4 2 13 

Langdon 27 4-8 4-5 1-12 3 2 15 

Carrawell 22 1-3 6-6 1-12 3 2 8 

Battier 24 4-7 9-11 3-5 8 3 18 

Avery 21 3-10 8-10 1-2 3 2 1 14 

Domzalski 10 2-2 0-0 2-0 2 5 4 
Price 7 1-2 0-0 0-11112 

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

Heaps 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Simpson 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 31-56 28-3611-19 30 15 29 104 
Percentages: FG-.554, FT-.778, 3-POINT GOALS, 14-27, 
.519 (McLeod, 3-5, Chappell, 3-3, Wojciechowski, 4-8, 
Langdon, 3-5, Battier, 1-1, Avery, 0-4, Price, 0-1). Team 
Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 2. (Domzalski, 1, Singleton, 1). 
Turnovers: 1 3. ( McLeod, 1 , Chappell, 1 , Burgess, 2, 
Langdon, 4, Carrawell, 3, Avery, 2). Steals: 7. 
(Wojciechowski, 2, Langdon, 1, Carrawell, 1, Battier, 2, 
Domzalski, 1 ). 



MARYLAND (72) 
















min 


fgm-a 


ftm-a 


o-d 


t 


a 


pf tp 


Profit 


30 


0-7 


7-10 


2-2 


4 





3 7 


Elliott 


29 


6-8 


9-10 


1-6 


7 


1 


3 22 


Ekezie 


28 


5-9 


13-15 


2-3 


5 


1 


5 23 


Kovarik 


28 


3-4 


1-4 


0-2 


2 


4 


5 7 


Jasikevicius 


30 


2-5 


2-3 


0-1 


1 


5 


1 7 


Stokes 


10 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


5 


Mardesich 


10 


0-2 


2-2 


2-1 


3 





2 2 


Morris 


17 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 2 


Fields 


5 


1-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





2 


Cephas 


9 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 








Smith 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











Hahn 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











TOTALS 


200 


18-45 


34-44 11-20 


31 


16 


29 72 


Percentages 


FG-40.0, FT-.773, 3-POINT GOALS, 2 


-7, .286 


( Profit, 0-2, 


Elliott 


1 - 1 , Jasikevicius 


1-4). 


Team Rebounds: 


2. Blocked Shots: 2 


(Morris, 2). Turnovers: 20. (Profit, 3, 


Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 2, 


Kovarik, 2, Jasikevicius, 2, Stoke 


s. 2, 


Morris, 6, F 

1). 


elds, 1 


. Steals: 


4. (Profit, 2, Stokes 


1 , Morris, 



102 






Duke 61 43 - 104 

Maryland 39 33 - 72 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500. Officials: Frank Scagliotta, 

Andre Patillo, lames Haney. 

Game No. 13 
Maryland 81, Florida State 74 

January 7, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 
Obinna Ekezie had 18 points and 11 rebounds and 
Maryland turned up the defense in the second half to rally 
past No. 13 Florida State, 81-74, on Jan. 7. The Terrapins 
trailed by 12 points early in the second hall, then forged 
ahead by limiting the Seminoles to two field goals over a 12- 
minute span. Terrell Baker scored 17 points for the 
Seminoles, who were outscored 48-33 after halftime. 
Jasikevicius finished with 13 points for the Terrapins after 
going zero-for-five from the field in the first halt. Mardesich, 
a freshman center, had a career-high 10 rebounds and Profit 
scored 15 points. 



FLORIDA STATE (74) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d 



t a pf tp 

Jackson 33 4-10 1-4 1-7 8 5 9 

Greer 34 5-15 3-3 3-4 7 3 2 15 

Louis 14 4-5 0-0 1-3415 8 

K.Thompson 28 4-10 3-4 0-113 4 11 
Baker 33 7-10 0-0 1-2 3 3 4 17 

Hale 14 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 2 

Shabazz 18 3-5 1-4 1-3 4 2 2 7 

Simmons 12 1-2 1-2 0-3 3 3 3 

Deas 12 1-4 0-0 0-3 3 2 2 

R.Thompson 2 0-0 0-0 0-1101 
TOTALS 200 30-63 9-17 9-28 37 17 30 74 
Percentages: FG-.476, FT-.529, 3-POINT GOALS, 5-16, .313 
(Jackson, 0-1, Greer, 2-6, K. Thompson, 0-3, Baker, 3-4, 
Hale, 0-1, Simmons, 0-1. Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 
5. (Louis, l.Hale, 1, Shabazz, 2, Simmons, 1). Turnovers: 21. 
(Jackson, 1, Greer, 4, Louis, 1, K. Thompson, 4. Baker, 3, 
Hale, 2, Shabazz, 4, Simmons, 2). Steals: 10. (Jackson, 1, 
Greer, 2, Louis, 1 , Baker, 5, Shabazz, 1 ). 



MARYLAND (81) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d 



Profit 33 3-12 

Elliott 29 6-12 

Ekezie 29 5-13 

Kovarik 22 0-0 

Jasikevicius 35 3-12 

Stokes 24 2-3 

Morris 7 2-6 

Mardesich 21 3-8 



a pf tp 

9-10 1-6 7 3 2 15 

2-3 3-6 9 14 14 

8-10 6-5 11 1 3 18 

1-2 0-2 2 11 1 

6-7 2-2 4 3 3 13 

6-8 0-3 3 3 3 10 

0-0 2-0 2 4 

0-2 5-5 10 2 6 



TOTALS 200 24-66 32-42 19-30 49 12 18 81 
Percentages: FG-.364, FT-.762, 3-POINT GOALS, 1-9, .1 1 1 
(Profit, 0-3, Jasikevicius, 1-5, Stokes, 0-1). Team Rebounds: 
1. Turnovers: 18. (Profit, 2, Elliott, 3, Ekezie, 4, Kovarik, 4, 
Jasikevicius, 3, Mardesich, 2). Blocked Shots: 8. (Profit, 3, 
Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 1 , Jasikevicius, 1, Stokes, 1). Steals: 12. 
(Profit, 5, Elliott, 2, Ekezie, 4, Jasikevicius, 1). 

Florida State 41 33 - 74 

Maryland 33 48 - 81 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500 (sellout). Officials: Larry 

Rose, Sam Croft, Rick Hartzell. 

Game No. 14 
Maryland 68, NC State 65 

January 10, 1998 

Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. 

Sarunas Jasikevicius scored 18 points, including two free 
throws in the final minute, to lead Maryland to a 68-65 win 
over NC State. Maryland led 68-63 after Jasikevicius split 
two free throws with 16.4 seconds left. A layup by C.C. 
Harrison cut the lead to 68-65 with 8.9 seconds remaining, 
but the Pack couldn't steal the ensuing inbounds pass and 
was forced to foul Rodney Elliott. Maryland's 6-foot-8 for- 
ward missed both his foul shots and Jasikevicius corralled 
the rebound. But Kenny Inge tied up Jasikevicius, forcing a 
jump ball and giving NC State a last chance to tie. Harrison 
got a clear look at a 3-pointer, but his attempt from the left 
wing bounced off the front of the rim at the buzzer. 



MARYLAND (68) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 35 8-13 1-2 0-3 3 2 2 17 

Stokes 29 1-2 2-3 0-3 3 3 1 4 

Jasikevicius 28 7-13 2-4 1-2 3 2 2 18 

Elliott 34 4-7 4-7 2-3 5 4 2 12 

Ekezie 36 1-4 4-4 0-3 3 12 6 

Kovarik 19 0-0 0-2 0-0 3 2 

Mardesich 8 4-5 0-0 0-110 8 

Morris 11 1-1 1-1 0-1110 3 

TOTALS 200 26-45 14-23 4-19 23 16 11 68 
Percentages: FG-.578, FT-.609. 3-Point Goals: 2-6, .333 
( Profit 0- 1 , Jasikevicius 2-5 ) . Team Rebounds: 4. Blocked 
Shots: 1 (Profit). Turnovers: 11 (Jasikevicius 5, Elliott 2, 
Ekezie, Kovarik, Mardesich, Stokes). Steals: 1 1 (Jasikevicius 
3, Elliott 2, Profit 2, Stokes 2, Kovarik, Mardesich). 

NC STATE (65) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Benjamin 21 2-5 0-0 1-2333 5 

Gainey 37 2-4 0-0 0-3 3 5 4 6 

Inge 40 5-13 2-4 4-4 8 4 12 

Harrison 38 7-14 1-2 0-0 5 3 20 

Kelley 20 3-3 1-2 2-2 4 1 3 7 

Miller 17 2-5 0-0 0-1 1 1 2 6 

Wells 27 4-7 0-01-4521 9 

TOTALS 200 25-51 4-8 9-19 28 17 20 65 

Percentages: FG-.490, FT-.500. 3-Point Goals: 1 1-24, .458 
(Benjamin 1-3, Gainey 2-4, Inge 0-2, Harrison 5-10, Miller 
2-4, Wells 1-1 ). Team Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 2 (Inge, 
Kelley). Turnovers: 18 (Harrison 4, Inge 4, Kelley 4, 
Benjamin 3, Gainey 2, Wells). Steals: 3 (Inge 2, Kelley). 

Maryland 30 38 - 68 

No. Carolina St 31 34 - 65 

Technical Fouls: None. Flagrant Fouls: Maryland (Obinna 

Ekezie, second half, 15:46). A: 12,400. Officials: Karl Hess, 

Duke Edsall, Stan Rote. 

Game No. 15 
Maryland 89, North Carolina 83 (0T) 

January 14, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Maryland handed North Carolina its first loss of the season 
and the first in the Bill Guthridge era, as Laron Profit scored 
six points in overtime to lead the Terrapins to an 89-83 vic- 
tory. Antawn Jamison scored 27 points for North Carolina 
but he missed four foul shots in overtime and his one free 
throw with 7.4 seconds left was his only point over the final 
18 minutes. Profit scored 19 points for Maryland and 
clinched the win by making two foul shots for an 87-82 lead 
with 18 seconds left. It was the second time in three years the 
Terrapins beat No. 1 North Carolina in Cole Field House 
(the other was in 1994-95). Maryland closed the first half 
with a 7-0 run to take a 41-37 lead, only the third time the 
Tar Heels have trailed at halftime this season, lamison had 16 
first-half points, but only five in the final 1 2 minutes. 

NORTH CAROLINA (83) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Okulaia 34 3-7 2-3 1-4 5 2 5 10 

Carter 41 6-12 4-6 0-6 6 3 4 16 

lamison 42 10-15 5-9 1-12 13 2 27 

Williams 43 4-13 4-4 1-0 18 1 14 

Cota 40 2-7 1-1 1-12 7 1 6 

Ndiaye 21 3-5 4-4 2-2 4 15 10 

Haywood 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Owens 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 

TOTALS 225 28-60 20-27 7-25 32 21 19 83 
Percentages: FG-.467, FT-.741, 3-POINT GOALS, 7-19, .368 
( Okulaja, 2-5, Carter, 0-2, Jamison, 2-2, Williams, 2-6, Cota, 
1 -3, Owens, 0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 1 . Blocked Shots: 4 
(Carter, 1, Ndiaye, 3). Turnovers: 16. (Okulaja, 2, Carter, 2, 
lamison, 3, Williams, 3, Cota, 5, Haywood, 1 ). Steals: 6 
(Okulaja, 2, Carter, 1, Cota, 2, Ndiaye, 1 ). 

MARYLAND (89) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 42 6-15 6-6 2-4 6 5 1 19 

Elliott 26 6-14 3-4 2-6 8 3 5 16 

Ekezie 22 7-10 2-2 1-3 4 15 16 

Stokes 33 3-4 2-2 0-2 2 3 2 9 

Jasikevicius 34 3-8 0-0 1-6 7 3 3 7 

Mardesich 34 5-9 2-4 2-7 9 3 1 12 

Kovarik 12 0-1 0-0 1-0 12 1 

Morris 18 4-5 1-3 0-110 2 10 

Cephas 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

TOTALS 225 34-66 16-21 9-30 39 20 21 89 



Percentages: FG-.515, FT-.762, 3-POINT GOALS, 5- 14, .357 
(Profit, 1-4, Elliott, 1-3, Stokes, 1-2, Jasikevicius, 1-4, 
Morris, 1 - 1 ). Team Rebounds: 1 . Blocked Shots: 5 (Profit, 3, 
Morris, 2). Turnovers: 14 (Profit, 2, Elliott, 1, Ekezie, 5, 
Stokes, 1, lasikevicius, 2, Kovarik, 1, Morris, 2). Steals: 6 
(Profit, 4, Elliott, 1, Stokes, I). 

North Carolina 37 39 7 - 83 

Maryland 41 35 13 - 89 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500 (sellout). Officials: Rick 
Hartzell, Steve Gordon, Andre Patillo. 

Game No. 16 
Wake Forest 72, Maryland 60 

January 17, 1998 

Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston- 
Salem, N.C. 

Wake Forest deleated Maryland 72-60 in Winston-Salem 
Saturday night. The Terrapins trailed all the way but did cut 
the score to 39-38 with 12:58 left before Wake Forest went on 
a 14-2 run to take command. Robert O'Kelley led the 
Demon Deacons with 17 points, while fellow freshman Niki 
Arinze added a season-high 16 and Steven Goolsby had 12 
on four 3-pointers. Laron Profit scored 25 points to lead 
Maryland. 

MARYLAND (60) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 33 10-22 4-8 4-3 7 2 3 25 

Elliott 19 2-5 1-2 2-13 5 5 

Ekezie 28 3-8 5-12 5-2 7 1 2 1 1 

lasikevicius 32 3-10 1-2 1-12 2 4 10 

Stokes 31 1-3 0-0 1-3453 3 

Kovarik 13 1-3 0-0 0-3 3 2 2 

Mardesich 24 0-4 0-01-5605 

Morris 17 2-8 0-0 3-1 4 2 4 

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

Fields 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 22-63 11-24 19-21 40 10 29 60 
Percentages: FG-.349, FT- .458. 3-Point Goals: 5-18, .278 
(Profit 1-6, Elliott 0-1, Jasikevicius 3-7, Stokes 1-3, Morris 
0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 3 ( Ekezie 2, 
lasikevicius). Turnovers: 15 (Ekezie 3, Profit 3, Elliott 2, 
lasikevicius 2, Mardesich 2, Kovarik, Morris, Stokes). Steals: 

4 ( Profit 3, Kovarik). 

WAKE FOREST (72) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Shoemaker 25 3-6 1-2 4-8 12 2 7 

Arinze 28 4-6 8-10 4-6 10 2 16 

Vidaurreta 31 2-4 4-11 2-4 6 2 4 8 

O'Kelley 35 5-15 4-6 1-4 5 4 3 17 

Rutland 34 2-5 3-3 0-2 2 6 8 

McMillian 14 0-1 2-2 1-2 3 3 2 

Griffin 7 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 

5 Goolsby 20 4-10 0-0 2-2 4 3 12 
Braswell 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 
Amonett 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 
Fuller 1 0-0 0-2 0-0 
TOTALS 200 21-51 22-3615-28 43 12 18 72 
Percentages: FG-.412, FT-.61 1. 3-Point Goals: 8-19, .421 
(O'Kelley 3-7, Rutland 1 -3, Griffin 0-1, S Goolsby 4-8). 
Team Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 2 (Arinze, Vidaurreta). 
Turnovers: 14 (Vidaurreta 5, Rutland 4, O'Kelley 2, Griffin, 
Shoemaker). Steals: 5 (Arinze 3, Rutland, Vidaurreta). 

Maryland 22 38 - 60 

Wake Forest 30 42 - 72 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,055. Officials: Rick Hartzell, 

Mike Wood, Tom Lopes. 

Game No. 17 

Maryland 70, Georgia Tech 67 

January 21 ,1998 

Alexander Memorial Coliseum at McDonald's Center, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Sarunas Jasikevicius broke a tie with 1.1 seconds left, can- 
ning three consecutive free throws, as Maryland held off a 
late charge from Georgia Tech, 70-67. Tech tied the game at 
67 with 5.4 seconds left on a layup by Matt Harpring, but the 
Yellow Jackets' leading scorer then fouled lasikevicius, who 
was attempting a desperation 3-point attempt as time was 
running out. Maryland built its lead to nine points several 
times in the second half, the last at 60-51 with 7:03 left on a 
basket by senior Rodney Elliott, who led the Terrapins with 
16 points. 



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3D 



MARYLAND (70) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 34 3-13 2-4 2-5 7 8 1 8 

Elliott 23 7-14 1-5 2-3 5 14 16 

Ekezie 18 4-11 2-3 2-3 5 5 10 

Stokes 33 0-2 0-0 0-3 3 6 2 

Jasikevicius 30 4-9 3-3 0-7 7 6 2 13 

Morris 16 5-9 2-2 3-14 13 13 

Mardesich 28 5-11 0-0 1-2 3 3 10 

Kovarik 11 0-2 0-0 0-112 1 

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

Watkins 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 28-72 10-1716-32 48 24 24 70 
Percentages: FG-.389, FT-.588. 3-Point Goals: 4-8, .500 
(Elliott 1-2, Profit 0-2, Stokes 0-1, Jasikevicius 2-2, Morris 
1-1). Team Rebounds: 10. Blocked Shots: 3 (Profit 2, 
Kovarik). Turnovers: 17 (Stokes 5, Profit 3, Elliott 2, 
Jasikevicius 2, Mardesich 2, Cephas, Ekezie, Kovarik). Steals: 
1 1 (Profit 6, Stokes 2, Jasikevicius, Kovarik, Morris). 

GEORGIA TECH (67) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Harpring 39 5-17 4-6 5-6 11 3 2 14 

Maddox 20 3-10 3-4 2-3 5 2 5 12 

Jones 32 1-4 4-7 6-7 13 1 1 6 

Glover 37 8-19 2-4 4-4 8 5 1 21 

Spivey 35 1-6 3-5 0-4 4 3 1 5 

Machado 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Floyd 26 3-9 0-0 1-1 2 1 3 9 

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

TOTALS 200 21-67 16-2620-30 50 15 14 67 
Percentages: FG-.313, FT- .615. 3-Point Goals: 9-30, .300 
(Harpring 0-5, Maddox 3-7, Glover 3-7, Spivey 0-2, Floyd 3- 
8, Vines 0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 5. Blocked Shots: 6 (Jones 6). 
Turnovers: 21 (Harpring 6, Maddox 5, Glover 2, Jones 2, 
Spivey 2, Vines 2, Floyd, Machado). Steals: 6 (Maddox 3, 
Harpring, 1, Jones, 1, Vines, 1). 

Maryland 31 39 - 70 

Georgia Tech 29 38 67 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 8,862. Officials: Mike Wood, 
Zelton Steed, Curtis Shaw. 

Game No. 18 

Maryland 74, Clemson 69 

January 24, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Sarunas Jasikevicius scored 10 points in a three-minute 
stretch to rally Maryland past No. 23 Clemson 74-69, the 
Terrapins' fourth win over a ranked team this season. 
Jasikevicius finished with 20 points, 17 in the second half. 
Laron Profit had 16 for Maryland, which trailed by seven 
with 5:2 1 left before coming back to win its fifth game in the 
last six. The victory enabled the Terrapins to solidify their 
hold on third place in the conference standings. Obinna 
Ekezie made two foul shots for a 66-63 lead, but Greg 
Buckner scored on a layup for Clemson. Jasikevicius then hit 
a jumper from beyond the arc, and with the score 69-67, 
made two free throws with 31 seconds left. The Terrapins 
went 9-for-10 at the foul line in the final four minutes. 
Earlier this season, Maryland beat No. 1 North Carolina, No. 
2 Kansas and No. 13-ranked Florida State. 

CLEMSON (69) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Iturbe 18 4-6 0-0 1-3 4 1 2 8 

Christie 28 2-6 1-42-2423 7 

Wideman 18 1-1 0-0 1-3 4 2 5 2 

Miller 19 2-5 0-0 0-2 2 11 6 

Buckner 34 4-14 3-3 3-9 12 5 4 11 

Woni 15 0-3 3-4 0-3 3 1 3 

Jamison 26 2-6 1-3 3-5 8 14 5 

Whitt 10 0-3 1-2 1-12 1 

Mclntyre 29 5-10 11-12 0-2 2 3 3 24 

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

TOTALS 200 21-56 20-28 11-30 41 15 25 69 
Percentages: FG-.375, FT-.714. 3-Point Goals: 7-14, .500 
(Christie 2-4, Miller 2-4, Mclntyre 3-6). Team Rebounds: 0. 
Blocked Shots: 3 (Christie 2, Woni). Turnovers: 17 (Christie 
4, Buckner 3, Woni 3, Miller 2, Iturbe, 1, Jamison, 1, Whitt, 
1, Wideman, l.Team, 1). Steals: 4 (Buckner, Iturbe, 
Jamison, Mclntyre). 



MARYLAND (74) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 30 5-10 6-8 1-2 3 2 5 16 

Elliott 36 3-6 3-3 1-5 6 11 10 

Ekezie 33 2-10 8-12 0-7 7 14 12 

Stokes 31 1-5 3-4 1-4 5 4 3 5 

Jasikevicius 27 7-10 2-4 2-4 6 2 2 20 
Mardesich 10 0-2 0-1 0-3 3 2 
Kovarik 19 1-2 1-2 0-2 2 3 3 4 

Morris 13 2-5 2-2 1-01107 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 21-50 25-36 6-27 33 14 21 74 
Percentages: FG-.420, FT-.694. 3-Point Goals: 7-16, .438 
(Profit 0-3, Elliott 1-2, Stokes 0-2, Jasikevicius 4-6, Kovarik 
1-1, Morris 1-2). Team Rebounds: None. Blocked Shots: 6 
(Ekezie 2, Elliott, Profit, Mardesich, Morris). Turnovers: 13 
( Jasikevicius 3, Ekezie 2, Kovarik 2, Elliott, 1, Morris, 1, 
Profit, 1, Stokes, 1, Team, 2). Steals: 7 (Profit 3, Stokes 2, 
Elliott, Jasikevicius). 

Clemson 31 38 - 69 

Maryland 35 39 - 74 

Technical Fouls: Maryland 1 (Bench, first half, 13,30). A: 

14,500 (sellout). Officials: Karl Hess, Duke Edsall, Gerald 

Boudreaux. 

Game No. 19 
Duke 86, Maryland 59 

January 29, 1998 

Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, N.C. 

No. 1 Duke beat the No. 23 Terrapins 86-59 for the second 
time this season. Rodney Elliott paced Maryland with 13 
points. The Blue Devils raced out to a 57-30 halftime lead as 
they took the second of two regular season matchups with 
the Terps this season. Freshman Terence Morris scored his 
first career double/double (12 points and 10 rebounds) 
while junior Terrell Stokes added five assists. 

MARYLAND (59) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 31 2-6 3-4 0-3 3 3 3 7 

Elliott 25 5-11 3-4 2-3 5 4 13 

Ekezie 24 3-10 3-5 2-3 5 13 9 

Jasikevicius 29 3-6 0-0 0-i 1 1 3 7 
Stokes ' 30 1-3 1-2 0-3 3 5 3 

Mardesich 20 3-8 0-10-3 3 2 6 
Kovarik 9 0-0 0-10-2 2 

Morris 19 2-5 8-10 3-7 10 3 12 

Cephas 5 0-2 0-0 0-1 1 2 

Fields 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 

Hahn 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

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

Watkins 2 1-1 0-0 0-11002 

TOTALS 200 20-53 18-27 8-30 38 11 23 59 
Percentages: FG-.377, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals: 1-6, .167 
( Profit 0- 1 , Elliott 0-2, Jasikevicius 1 - 1 , Morris 0- 1 , Fields 0- 
lj.Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 2 (Profit, Mardesich). 
Turnovers: 24 (Stokes 6, Jasikevicius 4, Ekezie 2, Elliott 2, 
Kovarik 2, Mardesich 2, Morris 2, Profit 2, Smith, Watkins). 
Steals: 4 (Profit 2, Jasikevicius, Stokes). 

DUKE (86) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
McLeod 26 6-9 2-2 2-9 11 2 3 14 

Chappell 21 2-8 3-3 1-12 11 7 

Domzalski 13 3-4 0-0 0-1 1 4 6 
Wojciechowski26 2-8 0-01-0131 6 
Langdon 23 3-8 8-8 1-3 4 12 16 

Battier 21 1-3 4-9 4-5 9 116 

Carrawell 16 4-7 2-2 1-2 3 1 10 

Avery 15 2-5 0-0 0-2 2 2 2 5 

Burgess 17 3-6 2-8 5-4 9 3 8 

Price 15 2-7 2-2 0-2 2 12 7 

Singleton 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 

Simpson 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 

Heaps 2 0-0 1-2 1-0 110 1 

TOTALS 200 28-66 24-3616-32 48 12 22 86 
Percentages: FG-.424, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals: 6-24, .250 
(McLeod 0-1, Chappell 0-3, Wojciechowski 2-5, Langdon 2- 
6, Carrawell 0-3, Avery 1-3, Price 1-3). Team Rebounds: 3. 
Blocked Shots: 6 (McLeod 2, Burgess 2, Battier, Carrawell). 
Turnovers: 18 (Wojciechowski 4, Battier 3, Carrawell 3, 
Domzalski 2, Price 2, Chappell, Langdon, McLeod). Steals: 
14 (Battier 4, Wojciechowski 3, Langdon 2, McLeod 2, 
Burgess, Chappell, Price). 



Maryland 30 29 - 59 

Duke 57 29 - 86 

Technical Fouls: Maryland 4 ( Jasikevicius, Bench 2, Profit). 

A: 9,314. Officials: Larry Rose, Sam Croft, Zelton Steed. 

Game No. 20 

Maryland 77, Virginia 70 

February 1,1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Maryland tightened its grasp on third place in the ACC with 
a 77-70 victory over Virginia. Rodney Elliott scored 17 
points for the Terrapins, who built a 14-point lead in the sec- 
ond half and held on to hand Virginia its fourth straight loss. 
Maryland never trailed in the final 30 minutes. The 
Terrapins led 49-41 before three straight dunks got the 
Cavaliers within two. Sarunas Jasikevicius then scored on a 
drive and Laron Profit followed with a jam to spark a 14-2 
run that put the Terrapins ahead 63-49 with 10 minutes left. 
Curtis Staples brought the Cavaliers to 69-66 before Profit 
hit a 3-pointer with 1:17 remaining. After a Virginia miss, 
Elliott made two free throws to make it 74-66. 

VIRGINIA (70) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Dersch 38 4-7 0-0 0-1 1 5 1 8 

Nolan 39 9-19 2-6 3-4 7 12 20 

Ducharme 32 7-8 0-2 5-4 9 2 2 14 
Staples 40 8-15 2-3 1-2 3 3 4 25 

Hand 37 0-6 2-2 0-8 8 3 2 2 

Metheney 9 0-1 1-20-3312 1 

Marcaccini 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

McLaughlin 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 
TOTALS 200 28-56 7-1511-25 36 15 14 70 
Percentages: FG-.500, FT-.467. 3-Point Goals: 7-22, .318 
( Dersch 0-2, Nolan 0-2, Staples 7-14, Hand 0-4). Team 
Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 5 (Metheney 3, Ducharme 2). 
Turnovers: 19 (Hand 5, Dersch 3, Metheney 1, Nolan 3, 
Ducharme 2, Marcaccini 2, Staples 2, McLaughlin). Steals: 6 
(Nolan 4, Dersch, Staples). 

MARYLAND (77) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 26 4-6 2-2 0-2 2 3 2 12 

Elliott 29 6-13 4-4 3-6 9 1 1 17 

Ekezie 33 7-17 1-1 0-2 2 3 3 15 

Stokes 33 3-6 2-2 0-0 6 1 10 

Jasikevicius 32 3-8 1-22-2422 8 

Morris 19 4-7 0-0 2-4 6 10 8 

Marde'sich 17 2-5 0-0 0-22124 
Kovarik 10 1-1 1-1 0-0 3 2 3 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 30-63 11-12 8-18 26 20 13 77 
Percentages: FG-.476, FT- .917. 3-Point Goals: 6-10, .600 
(Profit 2-3, Elliott 1-2, Stokes 2-3, Jasikevicius 1-2). Team 
Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: None. Turnovers: 14 (Elliott 3, 
Stokes 3, Mardesich 2, Profit 2, Cephas, Ekezie, Jasikevicius, 
Kovarik). Steals: 8 (Profit 3, Stokes 2, Elliott, Kovarik, 
Morris). 

Virginia 37 33 - 70 

Maryland 44 33 - 77 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500 (sellout). Officials: Frank 

Scagliotta, Duke Edsall, Tim Higgins. 

Game No. 21 

Maryland 68, Florida State 62 

February 7, 1998 

Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Rodney Elliott scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half, 
including two free throws with 48 seconds remaining, as No. 
25 Maryland recovered from an 11 -point deficit to defeat 
Florida State 68-62. Laron Profit also scored 16 points for the 
Terrapins, who trailed 34-23 in the first half and were still 
down 53-45 with 9:55 left. Obinna Ekezie added 1 1 points 
and a game-high nine rebounds for Maryland. The Terps 
have won 9 of their last 1 1 against Florida State, including 
both games this season. Elliott took the game over in the 
second halt, scoring eight straight points in a span of 87 sec- 
onds to tie the game 57-57. Profit gave the Terps the lead 
with 3:43 left on a dunk after he intercepted a pass by Florida 
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MARYLAND (68) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 31 7-14 1-2 3-2 5 3 16 

Stokes 34 2-6 2-2 0-1 1 7 2 6 

Jasikevicius 29 2-5 0-0 2-13 2 1 4 
Elliott 27 5-8 2-2 0-4 4 13 16 

Ekezie 29 2-8 7-10 4-5 9 3 4 11 

Kovarik 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Cephas 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

Mardesich 21 2-5 1-20-2201 5 
Morris 19 4-5 2-2 1-12 1 10 

TOTALS 200 24-51 15-2011-20 26 16 1 68 
Percentages: FG-.471, FT-.750. 3-Point Goals: 5-14, .357 
(Profit 1-3, Stokes 0-2, Jasikevicius 0-3, Elliott 4-5, Morris 
0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 5. Blocked Shots: 8 (Ekezie 3, Profit 

2, Mardesich 2, Elliott). Turnovers: 15 (Profit 6, Jasikevicius 

3, Ekezie 2, Kovarik 2, Mardesich, Stokes). Steals: 9 (Elliott 
2, Profit 2, Cephas, Ekezie, Jasikevicius, Kovarik, Stokes). 

FLORIDA ST (62) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

K Thompson 34 3-10 0-0 1-12 7 4 7 
Jackson 27 5-8 0-2 3-2 5 3 10 

Greer 35 4-13 3-4 2-3 5 3 2 12 

Baker 38 3-12 0-0 2-5 7 2 4 8 

Louis 34 8-11 1-3 5-3 8 2 17 

Shabazz 18 1-3 2-4 2-2 4 1 4 

Hale 7 0-1 2-2 0-3 3 1 2 

Deas 6 1-1 0-1 0-0 2 

Simmons 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 25-59 8-1616-19 35 12 17 62 
Percentages: FG-.424, FT-.500. 3-Point Goals: 4-21, .190 (K 
Thompson 1-6, Jackson 0- 1 , Greer 1-5, Baker 2-8, Hale 0- 
1). Team Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 3 (Jackson 2, Louis). 
Turnovers: 14 (Greer 4, Jackson 3, K Thompson 3, Deas 2, 
Shabazz 2). Steals: 8 (Louis 2, Baker, Greer, Hale, Jackson, K 
Thompson, Shabazz). 

Maryland 31 37 - 68 

Florida St 36 26 - 62 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 7,389. Officials: Mike Wood, 
Zelton Steed, Karl Hess. 

Game No. 22 

Maryland 78, NC State 63 

February 1 1, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Rodney Elliott scored 19 points and No. 24 Maryland 
clinched its fifth straight non-losing season in the ACC with 
a 78-63 victory over North Carolina State. Laron Profit 
added 16 points for Maryland, which improved to 11-1 at 
Cole Field House. Obinna Ekezie had 15 points for the 
Terrapins, who have won 13 of their last 15 against NC State. 
Sarunas Jasikevicius added 12 points for Maryland, which 
took the lead for good on a 3-pointer by Profit with 15:45 
remaining in the first half. It was the third straight ACC win 
for Maryland. 

NC STATE (63) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Benjamin 16 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 5 2 

Inge 33 5-7 2-4 6-8 14 1 5 12 

Williams 34 4-11 3-6 5-5 10 3 11 

Miller 37 3-16 3-4 0-0 1 1 1 1 

Harrison 37 4-10 0-0 3-3 6 3 10 

Kelley 8 2-6 0-1 1-12 5 4 

Wells 23 2-3 4-4 2-3 5 1 8 

Thomas 5 1-3 0-0 0-110 2 

Buffum 7 1-1 1-2 1-01103 

TOTALS 200 23-60 13-2119-22 41 9 20 63 
Percentages: FG-.383, FT-.619. 3-Point Goals: 4-18, .222 
(Benjamin 0-1, Miller 2-10, Harrison 2-6, Wells 0-1 ). Team 
Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 2 (Williams 2). Turnovers: 24 
(Miller 7, Wells 4, Inge 3, Kelley 3, Williams 3, Harrison 2, 
Benjamin, Team 1 ). Steals: 4 (Wells 2, Inge, 1, Williams, 1 ). 



MARYLAND (78) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 26 6-9 3-6 2-13 8 3 16 

Elliott 20 8-16 3-4 2-2 4 1 5 19 

Ekezie 32 5-7 5-7 3-3 6 1 3 15 

Stokes 28 3-7 0-0 2-3 5 6 7 

Jasikevicius 29 4-10 2-2 1-4 5 3 3 12 

Mardesich 20 1-4 0-11-56 1 3 2 

Morris 15 1-2 0-2 2-0 2 2 

Kovarik 17 1-3 0-0 2-2 4 4 1 2 

Cephas 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

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

Smith 2 0-0 1-20-0000 1 

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

Hahn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 30-61 14-2416-23 39 24 21 78 
Percentages: FG-.492, FT-.583. 3-Point Goals: 4-16, .250 
(Profit 1-4, Elliott 0-2, Stokes 1-4, Jasikevicius 2-5, Kovarik 
0-1). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 6 (Ekezie 2, 
Mardesich 2, Profit, Morris). Turnovers: 18 (Profit 5, Morris 
4, Jasikevicius 3, Mardesich 2, Stokes 2, Ekezie, Kovarik). 
Steals: 9 (Profit 5, Jasikevicius 2, Ekezie, Morris). 

No Carolina St 23 40 - 63 

Maryland 39 39 - 78 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500 (sellout). Officials: Rick 

Hartzell, Steve Gordon, Frank Scagliotta. 

Game No. 23 
North Carolina 85, Maryland 67 

February 14, 1998 

Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

North Carolina avenged its only loss of the season to date by 
beating No. 24 Maryland, 85-67. North Carolina led by nine 
points at halftime after shooting 54.3 percent, then went on 
a 9-2 run to open the second half as Shammond Williams 
scored in the lane. Ed Cota nailed a 3-pointer and Antawn 
Jamison added six points. The long-range shot was Cota's 
first since the Maryland loss a month ago. Terence Morris led 
the Terrapins with 16 points, while Williams added 18 for 
the Tar Heels. Maryland jumped out to an early seven-point 
lead, scoring on its first six possessions before the Tar Heels 
buckled down on defense and started getting the ball to 
Jamison (career-high tying 36 points) inside the Terrapins' 
zone. 

MARYLAND (67) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 35 6-15 2-3 3-14 14 15 

Elliott 25 2-8 1-2 0-3 3 15 5 

Ekezie 36 2-11 9-10 4-7 11 2 2 13 

Jasikevicius 24 4-11 0-0 2-0 2 3 4 9 

Stokes 32 2-5 0-2 2-2 4 6 3 5 

Mardesich 12 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 4 
Morris 24 6-12 0-0 2-3 5 1 16 

Kovarik 12 0-2 0-0 0-1 1 

TOTALS 200 24-68 12-17 15-18 33 13 20 67 
Percentages: FG-.353, FT-.706. 3-Point Goals: 7-22, .318 
(Profit 1-3, Elliott 0-2, Jasikevicius 1-6, Stokes 1-4, Morris 
4-6, Kovarik 0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 5 
(Ekezie 3, Profit, Morris). Turnovers: 5 (Elliott 2, 
Jasikevicius, Morris, Profit). Steals: 8 (Ekezie 2, Elliott 2, 
Morris 2, Profit, Stokes). 

NORTH CAROLINA (85) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Okulaja 29 3-12 3-4 1-2 3 3 2 9 

Jamison 33 16-23 4-8 6-10 16 3 36 

Ndiaye 24 0-4 0-2 2-3 5 2 3 

ShWilliams 36 4-10 9-11 0-4 4 6 1 18 
Cota 35 1-3 2-2 0-3 3 7 1 5 

Carter 31 5-9 2-2 6-4 10 3 1 13 

Haywood 12 2-2 0-0 1-2 3 1 4 

TOTALS 200 31-63 20-2917-31 48 21 12 85 
Percentages: FG-.492, FT-.690. 3-Point Goals: 3-10, .300 
(Okulaja 0-2, Sh Williams 1-4, Cota 1-2, Carter 1-2). Team 
Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 10 (Ndiaye 4, Haywood 4, 
Carter 2). Turnovers: 9 (Sh Williams 3, Cota 2, Carter, 
Jamison, Ndiaye, Okulaja). Steals: 3 (Carter 2, Jamison). 



Game No. 24 
Wake Forest 83, Maryland 79 

February 19, 1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Freshman Robert O'Kelley scored a career-high 31 points as 
Wake Forest held off a big last-minute rally and defeated No. 
25 Maryland 83-79 in Cole Field House. Trailing by as many 
as 19 points in the second half, the Terrapins outscored Wake 
Forest 10-1 within an 18-second span to close to 80-77 with 
34 seconds left. Maryland had a chance to tie after Wake 
Forest's Josh Shoemaker threw away the ensuing inbounds 
pass, but Laron Profit threw up an air ball with 13.7 seconds 
remaining. Niki Arinze then made three-of-four free throws 
in the final 1 1.5 seconds to seal the victory for Wake Forest, 
lunior Laron Profit scored 19 of his 26 points in the second 
half for Maryland, which was troubled by turnovers and 
poor perimeter shooting in losing at home for only the sec- 
ond time this season. Rodney Elliott added 16 points for the 
Terrapins. 

WAKE FOREST (83) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Arinze 19 1-4 6-8 1-3 4 14 8 

Shoemaker 30 1-4 1-2 2-7 9 3 3 

Vidaurreta 24 0-3 2-2 2-6 8 5 2 
O'Kelley 36 11-20 3-6 2-3 5 4 2 31 

Rutland 37 6-13 0-0 1-4 5 7 1 18 

Goolsby 24 4-11 3-4 0-2 2 3 2 13 

Woods 19 2-6 1-2 2-6 8 3 5 

Griffin 7 1-2 0-0 0-0 10 3 

Amonett 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 26-64 16-2411-32 43 16 20 83 
Percentages: FG-.406, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals: 15-28, .536 
( O'Kelley 6-10, Rutland 6-9, S Goolsby 2-7, Griffin 1 - 1 , 
Amonett 0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 1 
(Shoemaker). Turnovers: 22 (O'Kelley 7, Vidaurreta 5, 
Arinze 3, Rutland 3, Shoemaker 2, Woods 2). Steals: 5 
( Rutland 2, Arinze, Shoemaker, Vidaurreta). 

MARYLAND (79) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Profit 34 11-20 1-4 1-3 4 2 2 26 

Elliott 35 6-17 4-7 2-7 9 2 16 

Ekezie 29 3-9 7-10 5-3 8 3 5 13 

Stokes 26 2-5 1-2 1-12 5 3 6 

Jasikevicius 21 1-6 0-0 0-2 2 4 1 2 
Mardesich 16 2-4 0-0 2-3 5 2 2 4 
Morris 24 6-7 0-0 1-5 6 3 2 12 

Kovarik 15 0-2 0-0 1-5 6 2 3 

TOTALS 200 31-70 13-2315-29 44 21 20 79 
Percentages: FG-.443, FT-. 565. 3-Point Goals: 4-22, .182 
(Profit 3-7, Elliott 0-5, Stokes 1-4, Jasikevicius 0-4, Morris 
0-1, Kovarik 0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 10 
(Ekezie 6, Mardesich 2, Profit, Elliott). Turnovers: 17 (Stokes 
5, Ekezie 4, Morris 3, Kovarik 2, Elliott, Jasikevicius, Profit). 
Steals: 9 (Stokes 3, Morris 2, Profit 2, Elliott, Kovarik). 

Wake Forest 44 39 - 83 

Maryland 28 51 - 79 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,500 (sellout). Officials: Duke 

Edsall, Michael Kitts, Gerald Boudreaux. 

Game No. 25 

Maryland 81 , Georgia Tech 69 

February 2 1,1998 

Cole Field House, College Park, Md. 

Laron Profit scored 19 points as No. 25 Maryland clinched a 
third-place finish in the ACC with an 81-69 victory over 
Georgia Tech. lunior Obinna Ekezie added 17 points as 
Maryland assured itself a winning league record. Sarunas 
Jasikevicius added 15 points for the Terrapins. Rodney 
Elliott, playing in his final game at Cole Field House, had his 
first double/double against an ACC opponent, finishing with 
12 points and 1 1 rebounds in Maryland's fourth straight vic- 
tory over Georgia Tech. Freshman Dion Glover matched his 
career high with 29 points for Georgia Tech. Matt Harpring 
added 19 points and nine rebounds for the Yellow Jackets, 
who had a three-game winning streak snapped. 



Maryland 32 35 - 67 

North Carolina 41 44 - 85 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 21,572. Officials: Rick Hartzell, 

Larry Rose, Duke Edsall. 



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GEORGIA TECH (69) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf Ip 
Harpring 35 3-13 12-12 5-4 9 3 2 18 

Maddox 33 2-8 0-0 2-7 9 14 5 

Jones 35 2-6 0-2 1-2 3 13 4 

Glover 35 8-15 11-14 2-3 5 3 29 

Spivey 25 2-4 0-0 2-1 3 2 5 5 

Vines 18 0-3 2-2 0-0 2 4 2 

Floyd 16 2-6 0-0 1-2 3 6 

Machado 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

Kelly 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Trotti 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 19-56 25-3014-21 35 9 22 69 
Percentages: FG-.339, FT-.833. 3-Point Goals: 6-21, .286 
(Harpring 0-5, Maddox 1-3, Glover 2-6, Spivey 1-1, Vines 0- 
3, Floyd 2-2, Trotti 0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 3. Blocked Shots: 
4 ( lones 3, Maddox). Turnovers: 23 ( Maddox 6, Spivey 6, 
Glover 5, Harpring 3, Floyd, 2, Jones, 1, Vines, 1, Team, 2). 
Steals: 9 (Glover 3, Floyd 2, Maddox 2, Vines 2, Harpring, 1, 
Spivey. 1 ). 

MARYLAND (81) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Profit 32 5-15 9-10 5-3 8 4 3 19 

Elliott 36 6-11 0-0 4-7 11 3 2 12 

Ekezie 16 7-9 3-7 1-2 3 4 17 

Kovarik 18 0-0 1-20-2220 1 

Jasikevicius 29 5-13 4-6 1-12 4 2 15 
Mardesich 27 4-8 2-2 3-1 4 2 2 10 
Morris 16 3-6 1-2 1-4 5 3 7 

Stokes 22 0-2 0-0 0-2 2 5 4 

Fields 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Smith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Cephas 1 0-1 0-0 0-110 1 

Hahn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 30-65 20-2916-24 38 20 21 81 
Percentages: FG-.462, FT-.690. 3-Point Goals: 1-10, .100 
(Elliott 0-1, Profit 0-3, Jasikevicius 1-4, Morris 0-1, Stokes 
0-1 ). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 4 (Profit 3, 
Mardesich). Turnovers: 15 (Ekezie 4, Stokes 3, Jasikevicius 2, 
Kovarik 1, Profit 2, Cephas, I.Elliott, 1, Morris, 1). Steals: 11 
(Profit 5, Mardesich 2, Stokes 2, Elliott, 1, Jasikevicius, 1 (. 

Georgia Tech 29 40 - 69 

Maryland 41 40 - 81 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14.500 (sellout). Officials: Rick 

Hartzell, Steve Gordon, Stan Rote. 

Game No. 26 

Maryland 74, Virginia 66 

February 24, 1998 
University Hail, Charlottesville, Va. 

Laron Profit scored six points and Rodney Elliott four dur- 
ing a 13-0 run early in the second half as Maryland spoiled 
Senior Night for Virginia, beating the Cavaliers, 74-66. 
Trailing 36-30, Maryland got its run started when Terrell 
Stokes made a three-point play 3:02 into the second half. 
Profit added two baskets and two free throws, and Elliott fin- 
ished it with a basket and two from the line. The spurt gave 
Maryland a 43-36 lead, and Virginia got no closer than five 
points the rest of the way. Elliott led the Terrapins with 14 
points. Profit had 13 and Obinna Ekezie and Sarunas 
Jasikevicius had 12 apiece. 

MARYLAND (74) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 27 4-9 4-6 1-3 4 3 3 13 

Elliott 31 5-10 4-4 1-8 9 15 14 

Ekezie 25 5-7 2-3 1-5 6 14 12 

Stokes 28 3-4 3-4 1-2 3 8 2 10 

Jasikevicius 27 2-8 7-7 0-113 2 12 
Morris 19 2-5 0-0 0-4 4 2 4 

Kovarik 20 1-3 1-20-0012 3 

Mardesich 21 3-6 0-0 2-2 4 14 6 
Cephas 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 25-52 21-26 6-25 31 18 24 74 
Percentages: FG-.481, FT-.808. 3-Point Goals: 3-1 1, .273 
(Profit 1-3, Elliott 0-2, Stokes [-1, Jasikevicius 1-4, Morris 
0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: None. Blocked Shots: 4 (Profit 2, 
Morris 2). Turnovers: 12 (Elliott 3, Profit 3, Jasikevicius, 2, 
Stokes 2. Ekezie, Mardesich). Steals: 7 (Elliott 2, Stokes 2, 
Jasikevicius, 2, Morris, 1 Profit, 1 ). 



VIRGINIA (66) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Nolan 39 11-19 4-6 4-11 15 2 3 26 

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

Hunter 16 1-1 0-0 1-2 3 2 

Staples 40 4-15 6-6 2-5 7 1 3 17 

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

Dersch 30 0-6 2-3 1-2323 2 

Hand 31 3-10 1-3 0-3 3 5 5 8 

Ducharme 25 1-4 4-8 3-14 11 6 

Marcaccini 6 0-1 0-0 2-0 2 1 

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

TOTALS 200 22-60 17-2617-24 41 13 20 66 
Percentages: FG-.367, FT-.654. 3-Point Goals: 5-25, .200 
(Curtis 0-2, Staples 3-14, McLaughlin 1 - 1 , Dersch 0-3, 
Hand 1-5). Team Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 4 (Hunter 2, 
Ducharme 2 ). Turnovers: 15 ( Dersch 7, Ducharme 2, Hand 

2, Marcaccini, McLaughlin, Nolan). Steals: 2 (Hand, 2). 

Maryland 28 46 - 74 

Virginia 34 32 - 66 

Technical Fouls: Maryland 1 (Profit, first half, 16:41). A: 

7,515. Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Andre Pattillo, Curtis 

Shaw. 

Game No. 27 

Maryland 83, Temple 66 

February 28, 1998 

Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md. 

Rodney Elliott, playing the final regular- sea son game of his 
career in his hometown, scored 20 points and grabbed a 
career-high 17 rebounds, leading Maryland over No. 24 
Temple, 83-66. Laron Profit scored 21 points for Maryland 
(18-9), surpassing 1,000 for his career. Sarunas Jasikevicius 
scored 17 points, making a career-high five 3-pointers for 
the Terrapins, who beat Temple's matchup zone by making a 
season-high nine 3-pointers. Lamont Barnes scored 22 
points for Temple, which had won seven straight. Freshman 
Lynn Greer scored a career-high 20 points tor the Owls, who 
never led. Jasikevicius' fifth 3-pointer started a 12-4 run in 
the opening five minutes of the second half, putting 
Maryland ahead 52-39. Temple never got closer than eight 
points the rest of the way. Freshman 7-footer Mike 
Mardesich had nine points and a career-high 10 rebounds 
tor Maryland. 

TEMPLE (66) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 
Dunkley 15 1-4 1-2 1-2 3 1 3 

Stewart 17 2-6 0-0 1-0 10 2 4 

Barnes 34 6-13 10-12 8-7 15 4 22 

Sanchez 22 1-8 0-0 0-2 2 2 5 3 

Brokenborough26 2-9 0-0 1-12 4 
Wadley 35 3-7 0-0 0-3 3 3 2 7 

Greer 31 6-13 2-3 1-0 1 1 5 20 

Sanders 15 1-1 1-2 2-13133 

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

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

Laws 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 22-63 14-1915-20 35 7 23 66 
Percentages: FG-.349, FT-.737. 3-Point Goals: 8-20, .400 
(Dunkley 0-2, Stewart 0-1, Sanchez 1-2, Brokenborough 0- 

3, Wadley 1-3, Greer 6-7, Moore 0-1, Laws 0-1). Team 
Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 4 (Barnes 2, Stewart, Dunkley). 
Turnovers: 14 (Brokenborough 3, Greer 3, Sanchez 3, 
Barnes 2, Stewart 2, Wadley). Steals: 10 (Greer 3, Sanchez 2, 
Barnes, Brokenborough, Dunkley, Laws, Wadley). 

MARYLAND (83) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 34 6-10 6-6 1-2 3 2 2 21 

Elliott 32 4-10 11-16 5-12 17 4 3 20 

Ekezie 23 3-10 2-4 3-3 6 2 3 8 

Stokes 33 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 3 2 

lasikevicius 32 6-11 2-2 0-5 5 5 1 19 

Mardesich 23 3-8 3-4 5-5 10 2 2 9 
Kovarik 9 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 1 1 

Morris 10 2-3 0-0 0-11114 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

Fields 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 

Hahn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

Smith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

TOTALS 200 25-55 24-32 15-29 44 23 17 83 
Percentages: FG-.455, FT-.750. 3-Point Goals: 9-20, .450 
(Profit 3-6, Elliott 1-3, Stokes 0-2, Jasikevicius 5-8, Morris 
0-1). Team Rebounds: None. Blocked Shots: 5 (Ekezie 2, 
Profit, Stokes, Morris). Turnovers: 19 (Mardesich 6, Elliott 



4, Jasikevicius 3, Profit 2, Ekezie, Fields, Morris, Stokes). 
Steals: 5 ( Jasikevicius 2, Elliott, Profit, Stokes). 

Temple 35 31 - 66 

Maryland 40 43 - 83 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 13,471 (sellout). Officials: Larry 

Rose, Stan Rote, Bryan Kersey. 

Game No. 28 

Maryland 83, Georgia Tech 65 

March 6, 1998 

Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. 

Third-seeded Maryland swept the Yellow Jackets this season 
and beat them for the fifth straight time by taking an 83-65 
win in a quarterfinal game of the ACC Tournament. 
Maryland led by 10 points at halftime thanks to a 5-for-5 
shooting effort from reserve Terence Morris, the strong 
inside play of Obinna Ekezie, and a zone defense that seemed 
to confuse the Yellow Jackets. The defense also shut down 
Matt Harpring for the third straight game. The three-time 
All-ACC forward and league's second-leading scorer came 
into the game a combined 8-for-30 from the field in two pre- 
vious meetings with Maryland. The senior started l-for-6 as 
the Yellow Jackets fell into a hole. Maryland's lead reached 15 
with 14 minutes left when Laron Profit converted on a three- 
point play, then sank consecutive 3-pointers 46 seconds 
apart. 

GEORGIA TECH (65) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Harpring 37 5-12 4-5 2-4 6 10 15 

Maddox" 34 1-8 4-4 2-7 9 4 3 6 

Jones 38 7-8 0-3 4-4 8 3 14 

Glover 39 3-16 4-6 0-3 3 13 10 

Spivey 29 4-9 0-0 0-0 4 2 10 

Vines 13 1-2 0-0 0-2 2 4 3 

Machado 4 1-1 0-0 1-0 10 2 

Floyd 6 2-5 0-0 1-0 10 1 5 

TOTALS 200 24-61 12-1812-20 32 10 16 65 
Percentages: FG-.393, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals: 5-23, .217 
(Harpring 1-4, Maddox 0-2, Glover 0-7, Spivey 2-5, Vines 1- 
2, Floyd 1-3). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 6 (Jones 3, 
Maddox, Harpring, Machado). Turnovers: 14 (Glover 4, 
Harpring 3, Maddox 2, Spivey 2, Jones, Machado, Vines). 
Steals: 6 (Glover 2, Spivey 2, Harpring, Maddox). 



MARYLAND (83) 
















min 


gm-a 


ftm-a 


o-d 


t 


a 


pf tp 


Profit' 


33 


7-17 


2-3 


1-2 


3 


2 


3 19 


Elliott 


31 


6-12 


0-1 


2-6 


8 


1 


3 13 


Ekezie 


32 


7-12 


2-2 


2-2 


4 


4 


4 16 


Stokes 


28 


0-1 


1-3 


0-4 


4 


8 


3 1 


lasikevicius 


32 


4-8 


8-9 


3-3 


6 


4 


2 18 


Mardesich 


15 


0-2 


0-0 


1-3 


4 








Kovarik 


13 


0-0 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


1 


1 1 


Morris 


12 


5-5 


1-1 


2-1 


3 





1 12 


Cephas 


1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 











Fields 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








Hahn 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











Smith 


1 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 








3 


TOTALS 


200 


30-59 


15-21 13-27 


40 


20 


17 83 


Percentages: 


FG-.508, FT-. 


714. 3-Point Goals: 8-13 


.615 


(Profit 3-5, Elliott 1 


-1, Jasikevicius 


2-5, Morris 1-1 


Smith 1- 


1 ). Team Rebounds 


5. Blocked Shots: 4 (Profit 


2, Ekezie, 


Morris). Turnovers 


15 (lasikevicius 5, Elliott 2 


, Morris 2, 


Stokes 2, Ekezie, Fields, Kovarik, Profit). Steals: 5 (Profit 3, 



Kovarik, Morris). 

Georgia Tech 33 32 - 65 

Maryland 43 40 - 83 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 23,733. Officials: Rick Hartzell, 

Steve Gordon, Mike Wood. 

Game No. 29 

North Carolina 83, Maryland 73 (0T) 

March 7, 1998 

Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. 

No. 4 North Carolina beat No. 21 Maryland 83-73 in over- 
time of the ACC Tournament semifinals at the Greensboro 
Coliseum. Shammond Williams scored 10 of his 25 points in 
overtime to lead the Tar Heels to the Atlantic Coast 
Conference finals for the seventh time in the 1990s. Rodney 
Elliott paced Maryland with 16 points and 10 rebounds. 
Williams made two-of-three free throws with four seconds 
left in regulation to tie the score at 66-66, then took over in 
overtime — scoring on a fastbreak layup, a shot in the lane, 
a 19-footer and four free throws. Ademola Okulaja also 



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added a key 3-pointer in the extra period as the Tar Heels 
scored on every possession except the final one, when they 
ran out the clock after outscoring Maryland 17-7 in the extra 
period. 

MARYLAND (73) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 29 4-12 2-2 1-0 1 2 5 11 

Elliott 37 6-17 2-7 4-6 10 3 1 16 

Ekezie 38 6-12 1-2 1-8 9 3 3 13 

Jasikevicius 36 6-15 0-0 3-3 6 2 1 15 
Stokes 36 2-5 0-0 1-4564 5 

Kovarik 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 

Mardesich 15 2-3 0-1 1-3 4 114 
Morris 25 4-9 0-1 3-2 5 14 9 

TOTALS 225 30-73 5-13 16-30 46 20 20 73 
Percentages: FG-.411, FT-.385. 3-Point Goals: 8-25, .320 
(Profit 1-5, Elliott 2-5, Jasikevicius 3-8, Stokes 1-3, Morris 
1-4 ). Team Rebounds: 6. Blocked Shots: 3 (Morris 2, Profit). 
Turnovers: 16 (Ekezie 4, Jasikevicius 3, Profit 3, Elliott 2, 
Kovarik, Mardesich, Morris, Team, 1 1. Steals: 10 
{ Jasikevicius 3, Morris 2, Stokes 2, Ekezie 1, Kovarik, 1, 
Profit). 



NORTH CAROLINA (83) 

mill fgm-a ftm- 



Okulaja 37 3-12 

Jamison 41 7-12 

Ndiaye 17 1-5 

Cota 41 3-7 

Carter 34 6-10 

Sh Williams 39 7-19 

Haywood 16 2-3 



o-d t a pf tp 

3-5 4-7 11 1 3 11 

1-4 4-5 9 13 15 

0-0 1-12 5 2 

0-1 0-4 4 5 6 

4-7 4-3 7 1 18 

8-9 2-7 9 2 2 25 

2-2 1-3 4 2 6 



TOTALS 225 29-68 18-2818-32 50 9 16 83 
Percentages: FG-.426, FT-.643. 3-Point Goals: 7-25, .280 
(Okulaja 2-8, Ndiaye 0-1, Cota 0-1, Carter 2-4, Sh Williams 
3-11). Team Rebounds: 4. Blocked Shots: 2 (Okulaja, 
Haywood). Turnovers: 18 (Sh Williams 6, Cota 4, Okulaja 3, 
Carter 2, Jamison 2, Haywood). Steals: 9 (Cota 3, Carter 2, 
Jamison 2, Okulaja 2). 

Maryland 30 36 7 - 73 

North Carolina 26 40 17 - 83 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 23,733. Officials: Larry Rose, Karl 
Hess, Duke Edsall. 

Game No. 30 

Maryland 82, Utah State 68 

March 12, 1998 

Arco Arena, Sacramento, Calif. 

Obinna Ekezie, who bulled around the basket like Shaquille 
O'Neal, and teammate Rodney Elliott ted Maryland to an 
82-68 win over Utah State in the NCAA West Regional. 
Ekezie, a 6-foot-10, 256-pounder from Nigeria, started the 
game with a two-handed dunk and finished with 17 points 
and seven rebounds. Elliott, leaner at 6-8 but strong and 
quick, posted 21 points and 11 rebounds. Maryland ruled 
the boards with a 47-27 advantage, and the smaller Aggies 
had to rely almost entirely on guard Marcus Saxon. That 
worked pretty well for the Aggies in the first half, when 
Saxon scored 18 points. However, the strategy failed in the 
second half when Maryland made adjustments on defense to 
limit him to seven points and a total of 25. Sarunas 
Jasikevicius, who popped three 3-pointers, scored 16 points 
and had seven assists for Maryland, and Laron Profit added 
12 points and slx assists. 

UTAH ST (68) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Rice 34 4-15 6-8 2-3 5 14 14 

P.Davis 19 0-4 0-0 1-2 3 3 

Johnson 24 5-6 2-3 2-4 6 4 12 

Saxon 40 7-15 9-11 1-3 4 4 3 25 

I Jones 39 1-9 0-0 0-2 2 2 1 2 

Geddes 25 3-5 2-2 0-2 2 2 3 9 

Birch 19 3-5 0-0 1-12 4 6 

TOTALS 200 23-59 19-24 7-19 26 9 22 68 
Percentages: FG-.390, FT-.792. 3-Point Goals: 3-1 1, .273 
(Rice 0-1, Saxon 2-2, J Jones 0-5, Geddes 1-3). Team 
Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 3 (Rice, Geddes, Birch). 
Turnovers: 12 (Saxon 4, Geddes 2, [ Jones 2, Rice 2, P Davis, 
1, Team, 1 ). Steals: 9 (Johnson 2, Rice 2, Saxon 2, Geddes, J 
Jones, P. Davis). 



MARYLAND (82) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 34 5-12 2-2 1-4 5 6 3 12 

Elliott 36 9-16 2-4 3-8 11 1 3 21 

Ekezie 25 7-9 3-5 1-6 7 4 17 

Stokes 27 0-2 1-20-3333 1 

Jasikevicius 33 6-9 1-1 0-4 4 7 1 16 

Morris 16 3-3 1-2 2-2 4 15 7 

Kovarik 22 1-2 2-4 0-2 2 5 4 

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

TOTALS 200 32-58 14-2311-33 44 23 19 82 
Percentages: FG-.552. FT-.609. 3-Point Goals: 4-10, .400 
(Profit 0-2, Elliott 1-2, Stokes 0-1, Jasikevicius 3-5). Team 
Rebounds: 6. Blocked Shots: 6 (Elliott 3, Morris 2, Ekezie). 
Turnovers: 19 ( Jasikevicius 4, Stokes 4, Profit 3, Elliott 2, 
Kovarik 2, Mardesich 2, Ekezie, Morris). Steals: 3 (Profit 2, 
Kovarik). 

Utah St 36 32 - 68 

Maryland 44 38 - 82 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 14,920. Officials: Scott Thornley, 

Phil Ova, Kerry Stilton. 

Game No. 31 

Maryland 67, Illinois 61 

March 14, 1998 

Arco Arena, Sacramento, Calif. 

Obinna Ekezie, scoreless until the final six minutes of the 
game, hit a game-tying jumper and six free throws down the 
stretch as Maryland held oft Illinois, 67-61, in the second 
round of the NCAA West Regional. Sarunas Jasikevicius 
scored 20 points and Rodney Elliott added 16 to lead 
Maryland. Maryland led by as many as 13 points in the first 
half and 41-29 early in the second half. The brawny Illini 
worked their way back to tie the game for the first time, 49- 
49, with 7:36 to go, then took their first lead on Kevin 
Turner's 3-pointer. Maryland tied it and retook the lead, but 
Illinois stayed with the Terps and tied it three more times — 
on a jumper, another 3-pointer by Turner, and a short 
jumper by Jarrod Gee that made it 61-61 with 56 seconds 
left. Ekezie's free-throw shooting down the stretch, including 
two with 36 seconds left and another pair with 16 seconds to 
go, sealed the victory. Matt Kovarik's final free throws with 
seven seconds left gave Maryland the last six points of the 
game. 

ILLINOIS (61) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Hester 37 6-15 1-2 1-2 3 4 3 15 

Johnson 35 5-8 0-0 3-4 7 4 10 

Gee 36 6-9 2-2 4-9 13 3 14 

Heldman 40 3-9 0-0 0-2 2 2 3 9 

Turner 32 4-15 0-0 0-2 2 14 10 

Chukwudebe 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 
Davis 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 

McClain 12 1-3 1-2 2-13 2 3 

TOTALS 200 25-60 4-612-24 36 14 12 61 
Percentages: FG-.417, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals: 7-19, .368 
(Hester 2-6, Heldman 3-6, Turner 2-5, Davis 0- 1, McClain 
0- 1 ). Team Rebounds: 6. Blocked Shots: 2 ( Hester 2 ). 
Turnovers: 9 (Turner 4, Gee 2, Hester, Johnson). Steals: 2 
(Heldman, Hester). 

MARYLAND (67) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 36 4-12 1-2 1-3 4 5 2 9 

Elliott 37 8-13 0-0 2-7 9 3 16 

Ekezie 35 1-5 6-6 2-5 7 3 8 

Stokes 55 4-9 0-0 0-1 1 7 3 10 

Jasikevicius 33 7-11 2-3 1-12 2 2 20 

Kovarik 10 0-0 2-2 0-2 2 3 1 2 

Mardesich 8 1-3 0-0 0-110 2 

Morris 8 0-3 0-0 0-0 10 

TOTALS 200 25-56 11-13 8-24 32 21 11 67 
Percentages: FG-.446, FT-.846. 3-Point Goals: 6-17, .353 
(Profit 0-2, Elliott 0-3, Stokes 2-7, Jasikevicius 4-4, Morris 
0-1). Team Rebounds: 6. Blocked Shots: 2 (Profit, 
Jasikevicius). Turnovers: 4 (Profit 2, Stokes 2). Steals: 
3(Ekezie, Jasikevicius, Stokes). 

Illinois 27 34 - 61 

Maryland 35 32 - 67 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 16,402. Officials: Scott Thornley, 

Larry Lembo, David Day. 



Game No. 32 

Arizona 87, Maryland 79 

March 19,1998 

The Arrowhead Pond at Anaheim, Anaheim, Calif. 

Mike Bibby scored 18 of his 26 points in the first half as 
defending champion Arizona defeated fourth-seeded 
Maryland 87-79 to advance to the West Regional final. The 
Terrapins ( 2 1 - 1 1 ) were the only team in the field to beat two 
of the top seeds during the regular season. After trailing by 
14 early in the second half, Maryland closed within one with 
10:32 remaining. Arizona then kicked in its speedy offensive 
game, reeling off nine straight points to put down the Terps' 
threat. As usual, Bibby was Arizona's do-everything man. He 
hit five 3-pointers, made 7-of9 free throws, grabbed five 
rebounds and got the ball into his teammates' hands when 
he wasn't shooting. Laron Profit led the Terps with 19 points 
and 10 rebounds. Even though they controlled the boards, 
49-39, the Terps' inside game fell apart when 6-foot- 10 
Obinna Ekezie and 6-8 Rodney Elliott picked up their fourth 
fouls eight seconds apart, just as the Terps closed within one. 
Elliott fouled out with 16 points at 8:19, and Ekezie did the 
same in the closing minutes. 

MARYLAND (79) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Profit 34 8-21 1-3 5-5 10 2 4 19 

Elliott 27 6-16 2-3 2-4 6 15 16 

Ekezie 23 1-5 1-3 2-13 2 5 3 

Stokes 35 4-11 0-0 1-6 7 7 2 11 

Jasikevicius 34 1-7 4-6 3-0 3 4 1 7 
Kovarik 12 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 

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

Mardesich 19 3-7 2-2 2-2 4 15 8 
Morris 15 4-8 0-0 1-1 2 1 1 11 

TOTALS 200 29-78 10-1724-25 49 19 24 79 
Percentages: FG-.372, FT-.588. 3-Point Goals: 1 1-27, .407 
(Profit 2-5, Elliott 2-5, Stokes 3-7, Jasikevicius 1-4, Morris 
3-6). Team Rebounds: 1 1. Blocked Shots: 6 (Profit 2, Elliott 
2, Morris 2). Turnovers: 17 (Mardesich 4, Profit 4, 
Jasikevicius 3, Morris 3, Ekezie, Elliott, Stokes). Steals: 6 
( Elliott 2, Morris 2, Mardesich, Stokes). 

ARIZONA (87) 

min fgm-a ftm-a o-d t a pf tp 

Davison 29 6-7 4-6 3-4 7 11 16 

Dickerson 28 5-14 2-4 3-2 5 2 3 12 
Bramlett 31 4-6 3-4 1-4 5 4 11 

Bibby 39 7-12 7-9 2-3 5 4 1 26 

Simon 36 6-14 4-4 0-7 7 6 2 18 

Harris 9 0-1 2-2 0-2 2 2 2 

Terry 17 0-5 0-0 0-1 15 10 

Edgerson 11 0-3 2-2 2-0 2 2 

TOTALS 200 28-62 24-31 12-27 39 18 14 87 
Percentages: FG-.452, FT-.774. 3-Point Goals: 7-16, .438 
(Dickerson 0-3, Bibby 5-6, Simon 2-5, Terry 0-2). Team 
Rebounds: 5. Blocked Shots: 8 (Davison 3, Dickerson, 
Bramlett, Bibby, Harris, Edgerson). Turnovers: 12 (Simon 5, 
Bibby 3, Terry 2, Bramlett, Dickerson). Steals: 10 (Bibby 4, 
Davison 2, Bramlett, Dickerson, Harris, Terry). 

Maryland 33 46 - 79 

Arizona 42 45 - 87 

Technical Fouls: None. A: 17,838. Officials: Gene Monje, 
Ted Valentine, Jim Burr. 



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HISTORICAL TERPS 



Letterwinners 




Gerald Bechtle, 
1958-59-60 

"A" 

Acito, Joseph, 1944 
Adams, Donald, 1926-27-28 
Adkins, Jeff, 1982-83-84-85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Allen, Benjamin, 1936-37 
Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike, 1990 
Andorka, William, 1935 
Arsnworthy, Frank, 1949-50 
Auslander, Brian, 1969, 71 
Avery, John, 1966-67-68 



"B" 

Baitz, Edward, 1942-43 
Baker, Harmon, 1925 
Balachow, David, 1945 
Baldwin, Taylor, 1979-80-81-82 
Barton, Joseph, 1962 
Baxter, Jeff, 1983-84-85-86 
Beamer, Francis, 1938-39 
Beatty, William, 1924-25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald, 1958-59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoechea, Adam, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S., 1918-19 
Bias, Leonard, 1983-84-85-86 
Bilney, John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blank, Charles, 1970-71-72 
Blumberg, Norman, 1960-61 
Bodell, Bob, 1971-72-73 
Body, Robert, 1971-72-73 
Boland, Samuel, NA 
Booth, Keith, 1994-95-96-97 
Bosley, Robert, 1945 
Bosnic, Nick, 1994 
Boston, Lawrence, 1976-77-78 
Bowie, William, 1936-37 
Boyd, Arthur, 1925-26-27 
Boyle, John, 1975-76 
Branch, Adrian, 1982-83-84-85 
Brawley, C. Lee, 1949-50-51-52 
Brayton, Neil, 1964-65-66 
Brenner, John, 1942 
Bristol, Wayne, 1992-93-94-95 
Broadnax, Vince, 1989-90-91 
Brooks, Ronald, 1952-53-54 
Brown, Darrell, 1971-72-73 
Brown, Owen, 1973-74-75 
Brown, William, 1936-37 
Bryant, Bernard, 1935 
Bryant, William, 1936-37 
Bryant, William, 1977-78 
Buckley, John, 1945 
Bunge.Al, 1958-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph, 1924-25 



Wayne Bristol, 
1992-93-94-95 



Brad Davis, 1975-76-77 



Burns, Evers, 1990-91-92-93 
Burton, Tim, 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Butler, Jav, 1953 



Campbell, William, 1945 
Cardwell, Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Phillip, 1963-64-65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold, 1934 
Cartwright, Mark, 1972 
Cephas, LaRon, 1998 
Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 
Chamberlain, Kevin, 1990 
Chase, Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Chong, Eddie, 1989-90 
Chronister, Jon, 1991-92 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth, 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connellv, Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 



Daly, Edward, 1935 
Danko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Davis, Brad, 1975-76-77 
Davis, Michael, 1977-78 
Davis, Nick, 1956-57-58 
Davis, Todd, 1990-91-92 
Day, S.E., 1913 
Dean, Thurston, 1927-28-29 
Darstyne, R.S., 1914 
DeCosmo, Michael, 1964-65 
Dewitt, George, 1939-40 
Dickerson, David, 1986-87-88-89 
Diffie, Granville, 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 
Downing, Matt, 1991-92 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell, Charles, 1982-83-84-85 
Dudley, Aaron, 1991-92 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
DuVall, Mearle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer, Harold, 1934 

urn 

Edwards, John, 1946-47-47-49 
Eicher, Robert, 1961-62-63 
Eiseman, John, 1918-19 





JK 


fl 


#^f\] 




Ml* 




^ ^w/i'kv 



Jerry Greenspan, 
1961-62-63 



Joe Harrington, 
1965-66-67 



Ekezie, Obinna, 1996-97-98 
Elliott, Rodney, 1995-96-97-98 
Elmore, Len, 1972-73-74 
Englebert, Erwin, 1944 
Ensor, Lionel, 1924-25-26 
Eskin, Neal, 1981-82-83-84 
Etienne, Max, 1989-90 
Evans, Warren, 1933 
Evans, William, 1928-29-30 
Everett, Robert, 1953-54-55 

urn 

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, 1996-97-98 
Finniff, Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Jay, 1 970 
Flynn, John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergill, Mark, 1980, 82-83-84 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1955 



Garrett, Ashton, 1941 

Gatlin, Keith, 1984-85-86, 88 

Gaylor, Robert, 1929-30 

Gibson, Lawrence, 1976-77-78-79 

Gilbert, H.D., 1919 

Gilmore, Jack, 1941 

Gleasner, John, 1946 

Gordley, Larry, 1972 

Graham, Ernest, 1978-79-80-81 

Greco, Ralph, 1952-53-54 

Greenspan, Gerald, 1961-62-63 

Gregg, David, 1986 

Groves, John, 1924 

Guckeyson, Bill, 1935,37 

"H" 

Hahn, Matthew, 1997-98 
Hahn, William, 1974-75-76 
Hall, Irving, 1924 
Halleck, James, 1957-58-59 
Hammerlund, Robert, 1937 
Hankin, Robert, 1950 
Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 
Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 
Hart, Robert, 1978-79 
Hathaway, Jeff, 1978-79 
Headlev, Coleman, 1938 
Heagy.Al, 1928-29-30 



John Johnson, 
1986-87-88-89 

Heatley, Jack, 1945 
Heil, George, 1940 
Heise, John, 1946-47 
Henderson, David, 1977, 1979-80 
Hess, Harry, 1930-31 
Hetzel, Fred, 1928-29-30 
HetzeLWill, 1968-69-70 
Hilden, Charles, 1968-69-70 
Hipp, Exree, 1993-94-95-96 
Hisle, John, 1932 
Hite, Kelly, 1997 
Hoffecker, Thomas, 1945 
Holbert, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 
Hood, Steve, 1987-88 
Horn, Hechert, 1942 
Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 
Horton, Frank, 1992 
Houslev, Samuel, NA 
Howard, Maurice, 1973-74-75-76 
Hughes, Harry, 1946 
Huntemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-78 

a in 

Jackson, William, 1951 
Jackson, Reggie, 1979-80-81-82 
Jaeck, Paul, 1945 
James, Robert, 1942-43 
Jarmoska, George, 1941 
Jasikevicius, Sarunas, 1995-96-97-98 
Jelus, Paul, 1960-61-62 
Johnson, Edward, 1937-38-39 
Johnson, James, 1951-52 
Johnson, John, 1986-87-88-89 
Johnson, Julius, 1967-68-69 
Jones, Thomas, 1985-86 
Jones, William, 1966-67-68 
Judd, Donny, 1994-95 



Kaluzienski, Matt, 1989-90 
Kann, R.S., 1918 
Kaplan, Zev, 1955 
Karver, Mark, 1987-88 
Kassel, Steve, 1979-80-81 
Kasoff, Mitch, 1987-88-89-90 
Kebeck, Steve, 1970-71 
Keene, Robert, 1946 
Keller, Charles, 1935-36-37 
Kelleher, Charles, 1960-61-62 
Kerwin, Chris, 1992-93 
Kessler, Robert, 1954-55-56 
King, Albert, 1978-79-80-81 
Kinsman, James, 1943 
Knepley, George, 1937-38-39 
Knepley, Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert, 1919 



109 




Tony Massenburg, 

1986,1988-89-90 



Greg Nared, 
1986-87-88-89 



Jim O'Brien, 1971-72-73 



Steve Sheppard, 
1975-76-77 



Joe Smith, 1994-95 



Charles "Buck"Williams, 
1979-80-81 



Koffenberger, Dick, 1950-51-52 
Kovarik, Matt, 1994-95-97-98 
Krukar, Pete, 1958-59-60 

hi ii 

Ladd, Robert, 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Lann, Alvin, 1948,50 
Leuci, Victor, 1954 
Levin, Julius, 1933 
Levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levine, Frank, 1933 
Lewis, Cedric, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87-88 
Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas, Mario, 1993-94-95-96 
Luney, William, NA 

"M" 

MacDonald, Jan, 1968 
Mack, Charles, 1949-50 
Madigan, George, 1928-29-30 
Magiii, Brian, 1976-77 
Manis, George, 1951-52-53 
Manning, Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Mardesich, Mike, 1998 
Marshal, Alfred, NA 
Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin, Jesse, 1989-90 
Massenburg, Tony, 1986, 1988-89-90 
May, Charles, 1930-31-32 
Mays, H.W., 1911 
McCarthy, John, 1936-37-38 
McCoy, Teyon, 1987-88, 90 
McCudy, Bruce, 1949 
McDonald, Robert, 1959, 61 
McDonald, Leib, 1941 
McGinnis, Wayne, 1957 
McHale, Richard, 1971 
McLinton, 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, lames, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Thomas, 1966 
Milrov, Thomas, 1968-69-70 
Mobus, Paul, 1936-37 
Mondorf, Pershing, 1939-40 
Mont, Thomas, 1942-43, 47 
Moore, Dwight, 1953 
Moore, Perry, 1956-57-58 
Moran, Donald, 1951-52-53 



Morin, Matt, 1990-91-92 
Morley.Greg, 1979-80-81-82 
Morris, Alan, 1972-73 
Morris, John, 1932 
Morris, Terence, 1998 
Morris, William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 
Mulitz, Milton, 1937-38,40 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-59 
Murray, Robert, 1947-48-49, 55 
Mustaf, lerrod, 1989-90 

"N" 

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

"0" 

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



Palmer, Bryan, 1983, 85 
Parker, Alvin, 1924 
Patton, Chris, 1975-76 
Pavlos, John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Malvin, 1944,47 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
Petrovic, Nemanja, 1993 
Pinocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittman, Charles, 1981-82 
Pitzer, John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1946 
Porac, Richard, 1972-73-74 
Prins, Curtis, 1957 
Profit, Laron, 1996-97-98 



Radice, Julius, 1928-29-30 

Ready, Michael, 1919 

Rainge,Alan, 1992 

Raydo, Matt, 1994-95-96-97 

Rea, William, 1938-39-40 

Reyes, Andre, 1987 

Rhodes, Johnny, 1993-94-95-96 

Rivers, Steve, 1981-82-83 

Robinson, Jonathan, 1980-81 

Roe, Matt, 1991 

Ronkin, Edward, 1930-31-32 

Roonev, Partick, 1930 

Roy, Thomas, 1973-74-75 



Sandbower, John, 1954-55-56 
Sanders, Harvey, 1970 
Schaufler, Charles, 1955-56 
Scheele, Thomas, 1935 
Schmidt, Francis, 1933 
Schroeder, David, 1961 
Schuerholz, Donald, 1942-43, 47 
Schultz, Logan, 1938 
Shaffer, Richard, 1939 
Shanahan, Gerry, 1960 
Sheppard, Steve! 1975-76-77 
Shrader, Eric, 1977-78-79 
Shue, Gene, 1952-53-54 
Shultz, Kurtis, 1992-93-94-95 
Shumate, John, 1947 
Siegrist, Ronald, 1948-49 
Simpkins, Duane, 1993-94-95-96 
Simms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood, Lawrence, 1928-29 
Smith, Atman, 1997-98 
Smith, Bernard, 1948-49-50 
Smith, Garfield, 1991-92 
Smith, Joe, 1994-95 
Snyder, Robert, 1933-34 
Sothoron, Norwood, 1934-35 
Stasiulatis, William, 1961-62-63 
Steiner, Carlton, 1942 
Steinman, Edward, 1964 
Stevens, lames, 1918 
Stevens, Myron, 1925-26-27 
Stieber, Fred, 1933 
Still, James, 1970-71 
Stobaugh, Richard, 1969 
Stokes, Terrell, 1996-97-98 
Stone, Junior, 1918-19 
Strachan, John, 1951 
Suder, George, 1964 
Suit, Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee, William, 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Daniel, 1963 



Taylor, Richard, 1949 
Th'ibeault, Mike, 1991-92-93 
Thomas, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert, 1955 
Tillman, James, 1976-77 
Tomlinson, Chris, 1992-93-94-95 
Traps, Ernest, 1942-43 
Trimble, Japeth, 1972,74 
Troxell, Walter, 1924-25-26 
Truax, Terry, 1967-68 
Tull.J.J., 1914 
Turyn, Victor, 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 1944 



"U" 

Ullman, Bernard, 1941 



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

"W" 

Wainwright, Troy, 1988-89-90 
Walker, George, 1933 
Walker, Rodney, 1988 
Waller, Edward, 1947 
Walsh, John, 1992-93 
Ward, Gary, 1964-65-66 
Watkins, Brian, 1997-98 
Walters, Albert, 1935-36-37 
Weber, George, 1933 
Webster, David, 1954-55 
Weidinger, Charles, 1940 
Weingarten, Julian, 1957-58 
Wharton, James, 1941 
Wheeler, Waverly, 1936-37-38 
White, Joseph, 1942 
White, Howard, 1971-72-73 
Wiles, F. Michael, 1969-70 
Wiles, Peter, 1960 
Williams, Charles, 1979-80-81 
Williams, Gary, 1965-66-67 
Williams, Walt, 1989-90-91-92 
Wilson, Robert, 1931-32 
Wilson, Robert, 1960-61 
Wilson, Len, 1913 
Winnemore, Augustine, 1929 
Wise, Richmond, 1964-65-66 
Woodward, Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington, Charles, 1969 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 



Yates, Barry, 1971 
Yordy, Robert, 1945,49 
Young, Curley, 1990 
Young, Thomas, 1953-54, 58 
Yowell, Roy, 1934 



Zalesak, Emanuel, 1924 
Zimmerman, lames, 1935 






• 



■ 



HISTORICAL TERPS 



ACC Award Winning Terps 







ACC Player of the 
Year 

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 

1993-94 
ioe Smith 

ACC Coach of the 
Year 

1974-75 
Lefty Driesell 

1979-80 
Lefty Driesell 

1997-98 

Gary Williams 

(ACC Athlete Magazine) 

All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference 

1953-54 

Gene Shue ( 1 st Team ) 

1954-55 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1955-56 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1956-57 

Bob O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1957-58 

Nick Davis (2nd Team) 

John Nacincik ( 2nd Team ) 




Gene Shue was 
Maryland's first 
All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference selection 
in 1954. 



1958-59 

Charles McNeil (2nd Team) 

1959-60 

Bob McDonald (2nd Team ) 

1960-61 

Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 

1962-63 

Terry Greenspan (2nd Team) 

1964-65 

lay McMillen (2nd Team) 

1965-66 

Gary Ward (2nd Team) 

1968-69 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 

1969-70 

Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen ( 1st Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd Team) 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen ( 1st Team) 

Len Elmore (2nd team) 

1973-74 

Len Elmore ( 1st Team) 

lohn Lucas (1st Team) 

1974-75 

John Lucas ( 1st Team) 

Owen Brown (2nd Team) 

Brad Davis (2nd Team) 

Maurice Howard ( 2nd 

Team) 

1975-76 

John Lucas ( 1st Team) 

1976-77 

Brad Davis (2nd Team ) 

1978-79 

LarryGibson (2nd Team) 

1979-80 

Albert King ( 1st Team) 
Greg Manning (2nd Team) 
Buck Williams (2nd Team) 

1980-81 

Albert King (2nd Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd Team) 

1982-83 

Adrian Branch ( 2nd Team) 

Ben Coleman ( 2nd Team) 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 

1984-85 

Len Bias (1st Team) 

Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 

1985-86 

Len Bias ( 1st Team) 

1986-87 

Derrick Lewis (2nd Team) 




Dutch Morley earned the Alvin Aubinoe Award for 
greatest career contribution during the 1981 
season. 



1988-89 

Tony Massenburg (3rd 

Team) 

[errod Mustat' (3rd Team) 

1990-91 

Matt Roe (3rd Team) 

1991-92 

Walt Williams (1st Team) 

1993-94 

Ioe Smith (1st Team) 

ExreeHipp(HM) 

Johnny Rhodes (HM) 

Duane Simpkins ( HM) 

1994-95 

Ioe Smith ( 1st Team) 

Johnny Rhodes (3rd Team) 

Keith Booth (HM) 

ExreeHipp(HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1995-96 

Johnny Rhodes (2nd Team) 
Keith Booth (3rd Team) 
ExreeHipp(HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1996-97 

Keith Booth (1st Team) 

Laron Profit (HM) 

1997-98 

Rodney Elliott (3rd Team) 
Laron Profit (3rd Team) 
Obinna Ekezie (HM) 

All-ACC Tournament 

1954 

Gene Shue ( 1st team) 

1956 

Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 

1957 

John Nacincik (2nd Team) 

1958 

Nick Davis ( 1st Team) 
Charles McNeil (1st Team) 
Al Bunge (2nd Team) 



1961 

Bill Stasiulatis (2nd Team) 

1962 

Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 

1965 

Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 

Gary Ward (2nd Team ) 

1972 

Len Elmore ( 1st Team) 
Tom McMillen ( 1st Team) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1973 

Tom McMillen ( 1st Team) 
John Lucas ( 1st Team) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 

1974 

Tom McMillen (1st 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 ( 1 st Team, 

MVP) 

Greg Manning ( 1st team) 

Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 

Buck Williams (2nd Team ) 

1981 

Albert King ( 1st Team) 
Buck Williams ( 1st Team) 
Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 



1984 

Len Bias (1st Team, MVP) 
Ben Coleman ( 1st Team) 
Adrian Branch (2nd team) 

1986 

Len Bias ( 1 si Team ) 

1988 

Keith Gatlin (2nd Team) 

1989 

Tony Massenburg ( 1st 
Team) 

1992 

Walt Williams (2nd Team) 

1995 

Exree Hipp (2nd Team) 

Ioe Smith (2nd Team) 

1996 

Keith Booth (2nd Team) 

1997 

Keith Booth (2nd Team) 

1998 

Rodney Elliott (2nd Team) 

ACC Player of the 
Week 

1972-73 

Tom McMillen 

Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 
John Lucas 
Len Elmore 

1974-75 

Tom Roy (2 Times) 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1975-76 
Steve Sheppard 
Maurice Howard 
John Lucas 

1977-78 
Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 
Ernest Graham 
Albert King 
Greg Manning 

1979-80 

Albert King (2 Times) 

Greg Manning 

1980-81 

Albert King (2 Times) 

1982-83 
Adrian Branch 
Herman Veal 

1983-84 

Ben Coleman (2 Times) 

left 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 McLinton 

1994-95 

Joe Smith (2 Times) 

Johnny Rhodes 

1995-96 
Keith Booth 
Johnny Rhodes 

1996-97 

Keith Booth (2 Times) 

1997-98 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 

ACC Rookie of the 
Week 

1970-71 

Jim O'Brien (2 Times) 
Darrell Brown 
Howard White 

1971-72 

Tom McMillen (4 Times) 

Len Elmore 

1972-73 

John Lucas (2 Times) 

1974-75 

Brad Davis (3 Times) 

Steve Sheppard 

1975-76 
Larry Gibson 
Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 

Bill Bryant (2 Times) 

Mike Davis 

Jo Jo Hunter 




Steve Sheppard was an 
All-ACC and All-ACC 
Tournament team 
selection during his 
career. 



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1977-78 


1935-36 






1975-76 


1972-73 


Greg Manning (2 Times) 


Bernie Buscher 






Maurice Howard 


ohn Lucas 


Albert King 


Vic Willis 
















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1976-77 


1973-74 


1978-79 


1937-38 






Larry Gibson 


Dwen Brown 


Buck Williams (3 Times) 


George Knepley 
















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1977-78 


1974-75 


1981-82 


1938-39 






Larry Gibson 


vlaurice Howard 


Adrian Branch (3 Times) 


George Knepley 












Eddie Johnson 






1978-79 


1975-76 


1982-83 


George DeWitt 




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Larry Gibson 


irad Davis 


Ben Coleman (2 Times) 












1944-45 


SkM 


H zs 1 


1979-80 


1976-77 


1983-84 


lack Flynn 




Albert King 


jwrence Boston 


Keith Gatlin 




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1948-49 






1980-81 


1977-78 


1984-85 


Lee Brawley 




B' 1 - >J 


Albert King 


Greg Manning 


Derrick Lewis (3 Times) 














All-Southern 




D Br 


1981-82 


1978-79 


1985-86 


Conference 




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Adrian Branch 


irnest Graham 


John Johnson 


Tournament 




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1982-83 


1979-80 


1986-87 


1931 




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Adrian Branch 


Taylor Baldwin 


Teyon McCoy (2 Times) 


Bosey Berger 


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Ben Coleman 




Steve Hood 


Ed Ronkin 




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1983-84 


1980-81 
Steve Rivers 


1987-88 


1939 




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Ben Coleman 




Brian Williams (2 times) 


George Knepley 


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1981-82 








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1984-85 


Charles Pittman 


1988-89 


1945 




A* 


Len Bias 




lerrod Mustaf (3 Times) 


lack Flynn 








1982-83 










1985-86 


-en Bias 


1990-91 


1951 






Len Bias 




Garfield Smith 


Dick Koffenberger 






1986-87 


1983-84 
Terry Long 


1992-93 


1953 

Gene Shue (MVP) 






Derrick Lewis 
1987-88 




Exree Hipp (2 Times) 
Johnny Rhodes (2 Times) 


Irnie Graham was a two-time selection to the ACC 


1984-85 
leff Baxter 




Academic All- 


All-Tournament team. 




Derrick Lewis 


Tom Jones 


1994-95 


America 










Joe Smith (6 Times) 




1968-69 
Tom Milroy 




1988-89 


1985-86 


All-Southern 
Conference 


1971-72 

Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


1991-92 

Vince Broadnax 


Tony Massenburg 
1989-90 


Jeff Baxter 
1986-87 




1972-73 


1971-72 

Tom McMillen 


1992-93 


Tony Massenburg 


Dave Dickerson 


1930-31 
Bosey Berger 
Ed Ronkin 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
1973-74 


1972-73 

Tom McMillen 


Kurtis Shultz 
1993-94 


1990-91 
Matt Roe 


1987-88 

Tony Massenburg 


1932-33 
Rufus Vincent 


Tom McMillen ( 1st Team) 
1980-81 


1973-74 

Tom McMillen 


Kurtis Shultz 
1994-95 


1991-92 
Walt Williams 


1988-89 
Cedric Lewis 




Greg Manning (2nd Team) 




Matt Raydo 


1992-93 








1976-77 




Kevin McLinton 




1 ^P^fl ~jf \ 


1990-91 


Steve Sheppard 


1995-96 




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Matt Roe (1st Team) 


Brian Magid 


Matt Kovarik 


1993-94 


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Joe Smith 


1 BY An »"' ; ^flfS 


Phi Beta Kappa 


1978-79 


1996-97 










Greg Manning 


Matt Kovarik 


1994-95 






1978-79 
Eric Shrader 


1979-80 


1997-98 


Joe Smith 








Greg Manning 


Matt Kovarik 


1995-96 
Johnny Rhodes 






NCAA Post-Graduate 






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Scholarship 


1980-81 


Most Valuable Player 




n^k ^K ta Y ^| 




Greg Manning 




1996-97 






1970 




1969-70 


Keith Booth 




1 \Lk J 


Tom Milroy (alt.) 


1983-84 


Rod Horst 








Charles Driesell 




1997-98 




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1974 




1970-71 


Rodney Elliott 




1 


Tom McMillen 


1984-85 


Barry Yates 






1 -1 


1981 

Greg Manning 


Charles Driesell 

1990-91 
Matt Roe 


1971-72 
Len Elmore 


Most Improved 
Player 

1969-70 






1991 
Matt Roe 


Scholar-Athlete 


1972-73 

Tom McMillen 


Sparky Still 










Award 








Tom McMillen was a 


All-ACC Academic 




1973-74 


1970-71 
Jim O'Brien 


Chuck Driesell was an 


four-time Atlantic Coast 
Conference rookie-of- 


1966-67 

Jay McMillen 


1989-90 
Matt Roe 


Tom McMillen 
1974-75 


1971-72 
Darrell Brown 


academic All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference 


the-week selection in 




1990-91 
Matt Roe 


John Lucas 




selection in 1984 and 


1972. 










1985. 



112 



1989-90 
Jesse Martin 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 
Evers Burns 

1992-93 
Chris Kerwin 

1993-94 
Mario Lucas 
Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 
Wayne Bristol 

1996-97 
Obinna Ekezie 

Alvin Aubinoe 
Greatest Career 
Contribution 

1969-70 
Will Hetzel 

1970-71 
lay Flowers 

1971-72 
Charlie Blank 

1972-73 
lim O'Brien 

1973-74 

Tom McMillen 

1974-75 
Bill Hahn 

1975-76 
lohn Lucas 

1976-77 

John Pavlos, Mgr. 

1977-78 
Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 
Larry Gibson 

1979-80 
John Bilney 

1980-81 
Albert King 

1981-82 
Dutch Morley 

1982-83 
Adrian Branch 

1983-84 
JeffAdkins 

1984-85 
Charles Driesell 

1985-86 
Len Bias 

1986-87 
not awarded 



errick Lewis 



1988-89 

Dave Dickerson 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 
Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 
Walt Williams 

1992-93 
Evers Burns 

Newcomer of the 
Year 

1987-88 
Brian Williams 

1988-89 
lerrod Mustat 

1989-90 
Evers Burns 

1990-91 
Garfield Smith 

1991-92 
John Walsh 

1992-93 
Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 

Coaches' Award 

1989-90 
Jerrod Mustaf 

1990-91 
Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 

Garfield Smith 

1992-93 
Kurtis Schultz 

Chris Patton 
Rebounding Award 

1969-70 
Rod Horst 

1970-71 
Barry Yates 

1971-72 
Len Elmore 

1972-73 
Len Elmore 

1973-74 
Len Elmore 

1974-75 
Tom Roy 

1975-76 
Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 
Larry Gibson 

1977-78 
Larry Gibson 




Jim O'Brien was named the Terps' most improved 
player during the 1971 season. 



1978-79 
Buck Williams 

1979-80 
Buck Williams 

1980-81 
Buck Williams 

1981-82 
Herman Veal 

1982-83 
Ben Coleman 

1983-84 
Ben Coleman 

1984-85 
Len Bias 

1985-86 
Len Bias 

1986-87 
Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 
Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 

Tony Massenburg 

Buck Williams 
Rebounding Award 

1989-90 

Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 
Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 
Evers Burns 

1992-93 
Evers Burns 



1993-94 
Joe Smith 

Charles "Buck" 
Williams/ 
Len Elmore 
Rebounding Award 

1993-94 
Joe Smith 

1995-96 
Keith Booth 

1996-97 
Keith Booth 

1997-98 
Rodney Elliott 

Bud M ill ik.in 
Defensive Player of 
the Year 

1990-91 

Vince Broadnax 

Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 
Vince Broadnax 

1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 
Johnny Rhodes 

1994-95 
Exree Hipp 
Joe Smith 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 
Vince Broadnax 



1990-91 


Senior Award 


Vince Broadnax 






1990-91 


1991-92 


Cedric Lewis 


Chris Kerwin 






1991-92 


1992-93 


Matt Downing 


Mike Thibeault 






1992-93 


1993-94 


Chris Kerwin 


Keith Booth 






Chevrolet 


1994-95 


Scholarship MVP 


Matt Raydo 


Awards 


Outstanding Free- 


1982-83 


Throw Shooter 


Adrian Branch vs. Houston 




Ben Coleman vs. Notre 


1989-90 


Dame 


Walt Williams 






1983-84 


1990-91 


JeffAdkins vs. Boston 


Walt Williams 


College 




Herman Veal vs. Boston 


1991-92 


College 


Kevin McLinton 


Keith Gatlin vs. North 




Carolina 


1992-93 


Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 


Kevin McLinton 






1989-90 


1993-94 


Jesse Martin vs. Duke 



Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 
Duane Simpkins 

1995-96 
Duane Simpkins 

1996-97 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 

1997-98 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 

Most Improved Free- 
Throw Shooter 

1996-97 
Rodney Elliott 

1997-98 
Obinna Ekezie 

Most Assists Award 

1989-90 
Walt Williams 

1990-91 

Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 

Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 

Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 
Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 
Duane Simpkins 

1995-96 
Duane Simpkins 

1996-97 
Terrell Stokes 

1997-98 
Terrell Stokes 



1993-94 

Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 

Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts 

Keith Booth vs. Michigan 

1994-95 

Exree Hipp vs. Gonzaga 

Joe Smith vs. Texas 

Johnny Rhodes vs. 

Connecticut 

1995-96 

Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa 

Clara 

1996-97 

Keith Booth vs. College of 

Charleston 

1997-98 

Rodney Elliott vs. Utah State 

Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. 

Illinois 

Rodney Elliott vs. Arizona 




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Alvin Aubinoe Award for 
greatest career 
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Louis "Bosey"Berger 



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




Len Bias 



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




ON BERGER: Regarded one of the greatest athletes in the history of Maryland ath- 
letics ... a two-time All-America selection ... his selection is considered a great feat 
because Maryland was an agricultural school at the time and not among the athlet- 
ic 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 
professional contract with the Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... played in the 
major leagues for six years, with Cleveland, Chicago White Sox 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 2,149 career points ... he holds two of 
the school's top three single-season marks ... led the ACC in scoring two straight 
years ... his best scoring performance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, ranks as the sec- 
ond-best single game performance in school history and is the top performance by 
a Terp in a road game ... is No. 8 on the Maryland career rebounding list with 755 
total rebounds ... is No. 5 on the school's career shot-blocked list with 87 ... he was 
the No. 2 pick overall in the 1986 National Basketball Association college draft, taken 
by the Boston Celtics. 

LEN BIAS' CAREER STATISTICS 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1982-83 


30 


86-180 


.478 


42-66 


.636 


22 


16 


10 


55-1 


135-4.5 


217-7.2 


1983-84 


32 


211-372 


.567 


66-86 


.767 


48 


24 


13- 


81-3 


145-4.5 


488-15.3 


1984-85 


37 


274-519 


.528 


153-197 


.777 


65 


33 


34 


106-2 


251-6.8 


701-18.9 


1985-86 


32 


267-491 


.544 


209-242 


.864 


33 


14 


27 


90-2 


224-7.0 


743-23.2 


TOT 


131 


838-1,562 


.536 


470-591 


.795 


168 


87 


84 


322-8 


755-5.8 


2149-16.4 



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Len Elmore 



6-9, Center 

Springfield Gardens, NY 
Played: 1971-74 
All-America: 1974 




ON ELMORE: The best 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 ... he owns six of the top ten single-game rebounding marks in school histo- 
ry and two of the top ten season totals ... his 412 rebounds during the 1973-74 sea- 
son is the school record ... was a three-time member of the All-ACC team ... was 
Maryland's Most Valuable Player in 1972-73 and its Outstanding Senior in 1973-74 
... was drafted in the first round of the 1974 NBA draft by the Washington Bullets, 
but chose to sign with the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball Association ... 
spent 10 seasons in the NBA and ABA with the Pacers, Kansas City Kings, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets 
and New York Knicks ... upon leaving professional basketball, he enrolled in Harvard Law school and graduat- 
ed in 1987 ... he is the first former professional player to graduate from the prestigious law school. 




LEN ELMORE'S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST BLK STL PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


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 


TOT 


86 


408-836 


.488 


201-278 


.723 


120 — — 210-8 


1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 



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Keith Booth 



6-6, Power Forward 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Played: 1993-1997 
All-America: 1997 



ON BOOTH: Third team All-America selection by the Associated Press and a 
consensus first team AU-ACC selection his senior season, 1997 ... received two 
votes in the ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only player besides Wake Forest's 
Tim Duncan to receive voting consideration ... third-team All-America and first 
team All-ACC selection following his spectacular senior season in 1997 ... a four- 
time All-ACC honoree, he earned first team honors as a senior, was a third team 
selection as a junior and earned honorable mention designation during his 
freshman and sophomore seasons ... played on four NCAA Tournament teams ... 
played in eight NCAA Tournament games and is one of only three Terp players 
to play in eight or more NCAA Tournament games during his career ... scored 97 
points in eight NCAA Tournament games, the sixth highest total in school his- 
tory ... led the Terps in scoring and ranked second in the ACC with a career high 
19.5 points per game average during his senior season ... led the Terps in 
rebounding his junior and senior seasons as he became only the fourth player in 
J/ xiiiiX school history to surpass the 900 career rebound mark ... he recorded 200 

Ml IMJ rebounds or more during his final three seasons in becoming only the seventh 

player in school history to grab 200 or more rebounds in three varsity seasons ... grabbed a career high and 
school record 213 rebounds as a senior, eclipsing the previous record of 209 ... ranks first at Maryland in free 
throws made (576) and free throws attempted (824), seventh in field goals attempted (1,291) and ninth in 
field goals made (589) on the Maryland career lists ... became only the 1 1th player in school history to have 
his jersey honored as his No. 22 was hung from the rafters on February 22, 1997 just before the final home 
game of his collegiate career ... the first round selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA Draft ... became 
only the second player in school history to play for an NBA World Championship team as the Bulls won the 
1998 NBA Championship. 

KEITH BOOTH'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. 3PM-3PA PCT. FTM-FTA PCX AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-AVG 




1993-94 30 113-249 

1994-95 34 126-277 

1995-96 30 145-328 

1996-97 32 205-437 



.454 11-27 

.455 3-23 

.442 7-34 

.469 1-21 



.407 87-149 

.130 114-164 

.206 162-214 

.050 213-297 



.584 
.695 

.757 
.717 



65 17 

76 13 

73 23 

82 19 



45 
43 
41 
64 



108-6 
106-4 
100-5 
93-2 



183-6.1 
247-7.3 
233-7.8 
253-7.9 



324-10.8 
369-10.9 
459-15.3 
624-19.5 




TOT 



126 589-1,291 .456 22-105 .209 576-824 .699 72 193 



407-17 916-7.3 1,776-14.1 



Albert King 

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




ON KING: One of the most prolific scorers in school history, King is one of only 
a handful of players to average in double figures during each of his four seasons 
... he ranks as the No. 2 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,058 career points, only 
91 points behind fellow All-American Len Bias on the school's charts ... his 
career scoring average of 17.4 points per game is the fifth-best in school history 
... his 38 points in an ACC Tournament game is tied for the fifth-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 ACC Player of the Year in 1979-80 and a first team All-ACC 
selection again in 1980-81 ... came to Maryland generally regarded as the 
nation's top high school recruit, having averaged 38.6 points and 22 rebounds as 
a high school senior ... picked in the first round — the 10th selection overall of 
the 1981 NBA college draft by the New Jersey Nets ... spent nine seasons in the 
NBA with the Nets, Philadelphia 76'ers, San Antonio Spurs and Washington 
Bullets ... his brother, Bernard, is also a former NBA star and league scoring 
champion. 



ALBERT KING'S CAREER STATISTICS 


YEAR 


GP FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1977-78 


28 164-327 


.502 


53-82 


.646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 


28 191-387 


.494 


62-81 


.765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-5.1 


444-15.9 


1979-80 


3 1 275-497 


.553 


124-151 


.821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


207-6.7 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


31 233-456 


.511 


95-117 


.812 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5.7 


559-18.0 


TOT 


118 863-1667 


.518 


330-431 


.766 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 







John Lucas 



6-4, Guard 

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




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 All- 
American and three-time first-team All-ACC selection — the only Maryland 
player to earn such conference honors three times during his career ... the No. 3 
all-time Maryland scorer with 2,015 points ... his 564 points during his sopho- 
more season is the ninth best scoring season in school history ... he is No. 2 on 
the school's all-time assists lists ... during Lucas's career as Maryland's point 
guard, the Terps enjoyed their best seasons in terms of national finishes ... the 
Terps finished ranked No. 8 (1973), No. 4 (1974), and No. 5 (1975) in the final 
Associated Press polls with Lucas at the point ... was also a collegiate star in ten- 
nis, a sport in which he was a two-time ACC singles champion and earned that 
same honor in doubles play ... was the No. 1 selection in the 1976 NBA college 
draft ... played 14 seasons in the NBA with the Rockets, Golden State Warriors, 
Washington Bullets, San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle 
Supersonics ... after his playing days ended, he was the head coach of the San 
Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76'ers ... currently an assistant coach with the 





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JOHN LUCAS' CAR 


YEAR 


GP FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST BLK 


STL PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1972-73 


30 190-353 


.538 


45-64 


.703 


178 — 


— 66-2 


83-2.8 


425-14.2 


1973-74 


28 253-495 


.511 


58-77 


.753 


159 — 


— 73-2 


82-2.9 


564-20.1 


1974-75 


24 186-359 


.549 


97-116 


.836 


91 


— 60- 


100-4.2 


469-19.5 


1975-76 


28 233-456 


.511 


91-117 


.778 


86 — 


— 77-2 


109-3.9 


557-19.9 


TOT 


110 862-1663 


.518 


291-374 


.778 


514 — 


— 276-6 


374-3.4 


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Tom McMillen 

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




ON MCMILLEN: A team leader both on and off the court ... averaged 20.5 
points and 9.8 rebounds during his three-year career ... was selected as a three- 
time academic All-American ... one of only three Terps to average more than 20 
points per game in successive seasons and the only player in school history with 
a career scoring average above 20 points per game ... he owns two of the top eight 
single-season scoring marks and four times in his career 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 Invitation 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 
11 seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, New York and Washington ... put his profes- 
sional basketball career on hold one year directly out of college in order to ful- 
fill 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 ... served as Co- 
Chair of the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 



TOM MCMILLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS 



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YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


-< 


1971-72 


32 


235-428 


.549 


197-241 


.817 


33 


— 


— 67-3 


306-9.6 


667-20.8 


3> 


1972-73 


29 


250-427 


.585 


116-145 


.800 


28 


— 


— 76-3 


284-9.8 


616-21.2 


O 


1973-74 


27 


214-404 


.530 


96-126 


.762 


41 


— 


— 69-1 


269-10.0 


524-19.4 


DO 

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TOT 


88 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 


.799 


102 


— 


— 212-7 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 




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GeneShue 



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




ON SHUE: Was the Terps' first high profile basketball star ... earned Converse 
and Helms Foundation All- American honors as a senior, when he averaged 21.8 
points a game ... owns the third-best single-season scoring total in school histo- 
ry with 654 points in 1953. ..scored 40 points against Wake Forest in the 1953 
Southern Conference Tournament ... was selected as the Most Valuable Player of 
the tournament ... was the school record holder in career scoring until 1974 
when fellow All-America Tom McMillen overtook him ... holds the lOth-highest 
career scoring total in school history ... was the third overall player selected in the 
1 954 NBA draft by the Philadelphia Warriors ... was All-Pro twice and a five-time 
NBA Ail-Star during his 10-year NBA career with the Warriors, New York 
Knickerbockers, Ft. Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Baltimore Bullets ... enjoyed a 
successful career as a head coach in the NBA with the Washington Bullets, 
Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego and Los Angeles Clippers ... was twice named as 
the NBA Coach of the Year ... was general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers and 
is currently their Director of Player Personnel. 



GENE SHUE'S CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


1951-52 


21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1952-53 


23 


176-375 


.469 


156-223 


.700 


1953-54 


30 


237-469 


.505 


180-228 


.789 


TOT 


74 


— 


— 


— 


— 



AST BLK STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG 



PTS-AVG 

224-10.6 
508-22.1 
654-21.8 
1386-18.7 




Joe Smith 



6-10, Forward/Center 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Played: 1994-95 
All-America: 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 award in college basketball 
... also named the Associated Press Player of the Year and presented with the 
Adolph Rupp Award ... 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 making him the consensus selection as the top collegiate play- 
er of 1995 ... was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and 
was a first 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 
NC State's David Thompson and Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... is one of only two 
players in conference history to be a first team All-ACC selection in both his 
freshman and sophomore seasons ... a consensus first team Ail-American, 
named on every first Team Ail-American list following his extraordinarily pro- 
ductive sophomore season in which he averaged 20.8 points and 10.7 rebounds 
... 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/double for his entire career ... the No. 1 overall selection in the 1995 NBA draft 
by the Golden State Warriors ... currently a member of the Philadelphia 76ers. 

JOE SMITH'S CAREER STATISTICS ~ 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. 3PM-3PA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 

1993-94 30 206-395 .522 2-5 .400 168-229 .734 

1994-95 34 245-424 .578 9-21 .429 209-282 .741 

TOT 64 451-819 .550 11-26 .423 377-511 .737 




AST BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG PTS-AVG 


25 93 


42 


104-7 


321-10.7 582-19.4 


40 97 


51 


87-3 


362-10.7 708-20.8 


65 190 


93 


191-10 


683-10.7 1,290-20.1 




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Charles "Buck" Williams 



6-8, Center/Forward 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 
Played: 1978-81 
All-America: 1981 




ON WILLIAMS: An outstanding scorer and extraordinary rebounder, Williams 
earned All-America honors following his junior season ... entered the NBA fol- 
lowing 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 Ail-Americans 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 second during 
the 1980-81 season ... was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team that did not 
compete in the Moscow Olympic Games ... applied for a hardship waiver into 
the NBA college draft in 1981 and was selected as the No. 3 player overall by the 
New Jersey Nets ... named as the NBA Rookie of the Year in 1982 ... has played 
17 seasons in the NBA with the Nets, Portland Trail Blazers and the New York 
Knicks (since the 1996-97 season). 



BUCK WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1978-79 


30 


120-206 


.583 


60-109 


.550 


18 


25 


29 


77-2 


323-10.8 


300-10.0 


1979-80 


24 


143-236 


.606 


85-128 


.664 


27 


17 


32 


87-4 


242-10.1 


371-15.5 


1980-81 


31 


183-283 


.647 


116-182 


.637 


31 


29 


29 


94-4 


363-11.7 


482-15.5 


TOT 


85 


446-725 


.615 


261-419 


.623 


76 


71 


90 


258-10 


928-10.9 


1153-13.6 




Walt Williams 



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6-8, Guard, Forward 
Temple Hills, Maryland 
Played: 1988-1992 
All-America: 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 loyalty to Maryland was one of the key rea- 
sons why Maryland was able to field competitive teams during that period ... as 
a senior he broke the school record for points in a season as he scored 776 (the 
old mark of 743 points was held by Len Bias in 1985-86) ... also broke the school 
record for scoring average with a 26.8 points per game mark (the old mark of 
23.3 was held by Will Hetzel in 1968-69) ... earned considerable mention with a 
nation's best seven game streak of 30 points or more as a senior ... was a finalist 
for the Wooden and Naismith Player of the Year Awards as a senior ... closed his 
career as the school's No. 6 all-time scorer with 1,704 points ... his 16.2 points 
per game average is the seventh-best average in school history ... totaled 11 
games with 30 or more points during his senior season and had 14 such games 
during his career — the most of any Terp player in history ... scored a career 

[f x^ high of 39 points versus Wake Forest which is the fourth-best single-game total 

in school history ... represented the U.S. as a member of the U.S.A. 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 ... has also played for the Miami Heat, 
Toronto Raptors and the Portland Trailblazers (since the 1997-98 season). 




WALT WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 


YEAR GP FGM-FGA 


PCT 3PM-3PA PCT. 


FTM-FTA PCT. 


AST BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG PTS-AVG 


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 



TOT 



105 583-1251 .466 154-429 .359 384-504 .762 410 81 175 340-22 478-4.6 1704-16.2 



( — denotes statistics not kept during tliat season). 




18 



• 






• 



NBATerps 





Maryland's NBA Draft History 

(By year, round/team) 
m 1954-Gene Shue (1st Round, #3 overall, 
Philadelphia) 

■ 1955-Bob Kessler (2nd/Fort Wayne) 

■ 1958- John Nacincik (3rd/Syracuse) 
Nick Davis (llth/Philadelphia) 

■ 1960-AlBunge(lst,#7 
Overall/Philadelphia) 
Charlie McNeil (6th/New York) 
Jerry Bechtle (16th/New York) 

■ 1963-Jerry Greenspan (3rd/Syracuse) 

■ 1966-Gary Ward (6th/Boston) 

■ 1967-Jay McMiJlen (9th/L.A. Lakers) 
Joe Harrington ( 1 lth/Boston) 

■ 1970- Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore) 

■ 1971-Barry Yates (Philadelphia) 

■ 1973-Jim O'Brien (3rd/Portland) 
Bob Bodell (lOth/Seattle) 
Howard White (14th/Washington) 

■ 1974-Tom McMillen ( 1st, #9 
overall/Buffalo) 

Len Elmore (lst/#13 overall/Washington) 

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

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

■ 1977-Brad Davis ( 1st, #15 Overall/L.A. 
Lakers) 

■ 1978-Larry Boston (4thAVashington) 

■ 1979-Larry Gibson (3rd/Milwaukee) 

■ 1981 -Buck Williams ( 1st, #3 overall/New 
Jersey) 

Albert King ( 1st, #10 overall/New Jersey) 
Ernest Graham (3rd/Philadelphia) 
Greg Manning (7th/Denver) 

■ 1982-Charles Pittman (3rd/Phoenix) 



Terps Ail-Time NBA Roster 

(career points-rebonnds-assists entering the 1998-99 season in parenthesu 

■ Keith Booth-Chicago Bulls, 1998-Present, (10-4-7) 

■ Lawrence Boston-Washington Bullets, 1980 (56-39-2). 

■ Adrian Branch-LA. Lakers, 1987; New Jersey Nets, 1988; 

Portland Trailblazers, 1989; Minnesota Timberwolves, 1990 (834-253-96). 

■ Evers Burns-Sacramento Kings, 1993 (56-30-9). 

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

■ Brad Davis-L.A. Lakers, 1978-79; Indiana Pacers, 1979-80; Utah Jazz, 1980; Dallas 
Mavericks, 1981-92 (7,866-1,739-4,709). 

■ Mike Davis-New York Knicks, 1983 (14-10-0). 

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

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

■ Maurice Howard-Cleveland Cavaliers, 1977; New Orleans Jazz, 1977 (59-41-5). 

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

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

■ Tony Massenburg-San Antonio Spurs, 1991; Charlotte Hornets, 1992; Boston Celtics, 
1992, Golden State Warriors, 1992; L.A. Clippers, 1994-95; Toronto Raptors, 1995-96, 
Philadelphia 76iers, 1996; New Jersey Nets, 1996. Boston Celtics, Vancouver Grizzlies, 
1997(1,959-1,407-124). 

■ Tom McMillen-Buffalo Braves, 1976-77; New York Knicks, 1977; Atlanta Hawks, 
1978-83; Washington Bullets, 1984-85 (5,914-2,913-786). 

■ Jerrod Mustaf-New York Knicks, 1991; Phoenix Suns, 1992-1994 (574-369-89) 

■ Jim O'Brien-New York Nets, 1974; Memphis Sounds, 1975 (268-136-87) 

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

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

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

■ Joe Smith-Golden State Warriors, 1995-Present (2,744-1,396-204) 

■ Buck Williams-New Jersey Nets, 1982-89; Portland Trailblazers, 1990-1996; New York 
Knicks, 1997-Present) (16,582-12,834-1,625) 

■ Walt Williams-Sacramento Kings, 1992-96, Miami, 1996; Toronto, 1996-Present 
(5,092-1,531-1,053) 



1 1984-Ben Coleman (2nd/Chicago) 

Herman Veal (6th/Phoenix) 

Mark Fothergill (8th/Phoenix) 
I 1984- Adrian Branch (2nd/Chicago) 
I 1986-Len Bias (1st, #2 Overall/Boston) 
1 1988-Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago) 
1 1990-Jerrod Mustaf (1st, #17 Overall/New 

York Knicks) 

Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio) 
I 1992-Walt Williams ( 1st, #7 

Overall/Sacramento) 
I 1993-Evers Burns (2nd/Sacramento) 
I 1995-Joe Smith (1st, #1 Overall/Golden 

State) 
I 1997-Keith Booth ( 1st, #28 

Overall/Chicago ) 



Terps All-Time First Round Draft Choices 

PLAYER, TEAM 

Gene Shue, Philadelphia 
Al Bunge, Philadelphia 
Tom McMillen, L.A. Lakers 
Len Elmore, Washington 
John Lucas, Houston 
Brad Davis, L.A. Lakers 
Buck Williams, New Jersey 
Albert King, New Jersey 
Len Bias, Boston 
Jerrod Mustaf, New York 
Walt Williams, Sacramento 
Joe Smith, Golden State 
Keith Booth, Chicago 



YEAR 


NUMB 


1954 


3 


1960 


7 


1974 


9 


1974 


13 


1976 


1 


1977 


15 


1981 


3 


1981 


10 


1986 


2 


1990 


17 


1992 


7 


1995 


1 


1997 


28 



-< 



119 



Terps In Professional Coaching 
GENESHUE'54 

Year Team League 

1966-67 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

1967-68 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

1968-69 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Division Semifinals 

1969-70 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Division Semifinals 

1970-71 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

Postseason: NBA Finals 

1971-72 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Conference Semifinals 

1972-73 Baltimore Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Conference Semifinals 

1973-74 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 

1974-75 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 

1975-76 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 

1976-77 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 

1977-78 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 

1978-79 San Diego Clippers NBA 

1979-80 San Diego Clippers NBA 

1981-82 Washington Bullets NBA 
Postseason: Eastern Conference Semifinals 

1982-83 Washington Bullets NBA 

1983-84 Washington Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Conference First Round 

1984-85 Washington Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Conference First Round 

1985-86 Washington Bullets NBA 

Postseason: Eastern Conference First Round 

1987-88 Los Angeles Clippers NBA 
1988-89 Los Angeles Clippers NBA 



Record 

16-40 
36-46 

57-25 

50-32 

42-40 

38-44 

52-30 

25-57 
34-48 
46-36 
50-32 

2-4 
43-39 
35-47 
39-43 

42-40 

35-47 

40-42 

32-37 

17-65 
10-28 



BULLETS TOTALS 


522-505 


.510 


76'ERS TOTALS 


157-177 


.470 


CLIPPERS TOTALS 


105-179 


.348 



NBA TOTALS 



784861 .477 



NBA COACH OF THE YEAR 1969, 1982 

JOHN LUCAS 76 

Year Team League Record 

1992 Miami Tropics USBL 24-4 
Postseason: USBL Champions 

1993 Miami Tropics USBL 14-5 
Postseason: USBL Champions 

1992-93 San Antonio Spurs NBA 39-22 

Postseason: Western Conf. Semifinals 

1993-94 San Antonio Spurs NBA 55-27 

Postseason: Western Conf. First Round 

1994-95 Philadelphia 76iers NBA 24-58 

1995-96 Philadelphia 76'ers NBA 18-64 



NBA TOTALS 



136-171 .443 



OVERALL TOTALS 



174180 .491 




TONY MASSENBURG'S CAREER NBA STATISTICS-ALL GAMES 



San Antionio Spurs (1990-91); Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets, Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs (1991-92); Los Angles Clippers (1994-95); New 
Jersey Nets (1996-97);Vancouver Grizzlies (1997-Present). 

\— TOTAL— \ Y— 3-P0INT— \ OFF DEF TOT 

YEARS G-GS FG-FGA-.PCT FG-FGA-.PCT FT-FTA-.PCT PTS-AVG REB REB REB-AVG AST BLK STL MIN 
1991-98 327-140 900-1879.479 0-7.000 555-795-.698 2355-7.2 619 1,020 1,639-5.1 145 162 144 2355-7.2 



WALT WILLIAMS' CAREER NBA STATISTICS-ALL GAMES 



Sacramento Kings (1993 96); Miami Heat (1996);loronto Raptors (1996-97); Portland Trailblazers (1997-Present) 

\— TOTAL— \ Y— 3 POINT — \ OFF 0EF TOT 

YEARS G-GS FG-FGA-.PCT FG FGA-.PCT FT-FTA-.PCT PTS-AVG REB REB REB AVG AST 

1993-98 398-270 2.0174.735-.426 571-1,568.364 1,095-1,499.730 5,700-14.3 538 1,193 1,1754.3 1,175 



BLK 

270 



STL 

482 



MIN 

12,054 



BUCK WILLIAMS' CAREER NBA STATISTICS-ALL GAMES 



New Jersey Nets (1982-89); Portland Trailblazers (1990-1996); New York Knicks (1997-Present) 

\— TOTAL— \ \— 3-POINT— \ OFF DEF TOT 

YEARS G-GS FG-FGA-.PCT FG-FGA-.PCT FT-FTA-.PCT PTS-AVG REB REB REB-AVG 

1982-98 1,307-11,406,404-11,661 -.549 5-30-.167 3,971-5,979-,664 16,784-12.8 4,526 8,491 13,017-10.0 



AST 

1,646 



BLK 

1,100 



MIN 

42,464 



JOE SMITH'S CAREER NBA STATISTICS-ALL GAMES 



Golden State Warriors (1996-98); Philadelphia 76'ers (1998-Present) 

\— TOTAL— \ Y— 3 POINT — \ 
YEARS G-GS FG-FGA-.PCT FG-FGA .PCT FT FTA-.PCT 

1996-98 241-217 1520-3387-449 22-82.268 837-1062.788 

KEITH BOOTH'S CAREER NBA STATISTICS-ALL GAMES 





OFF 


DEF 


TOT 










PTS-AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVG 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


3899-16.2 


760 


1107 


1867-7.7 


298 


51 


62 


8251-34.2 



Chicago Bulls (1998-Present) 

\— TOTAL— \ V— 3 POINT — \ 

YEARS G-GS FG-FGA-.PCT FG-FGA-.PCT 

1998 6-0 2-6.333 0-1.000 







OFF 


DEF 


TOT 










FT-FTA-.PCT 


PTS-AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVG 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


6-6-1.00 


10-1.7 


2 


2 


4-0.7 


1 








17 



120 






u 







Scoring 



Game 



1. 


44 


2. 


43 


3. 


41 



40 



39 



T8. 38 



13. 36 
T14. 35 



T18. 34 



T23. 33 



T37. 32 



T44. 31 



T52. 30 



3> 

o 



3> 



* Denote: 
season. 



Ernest Graham vs. N.C. State ( 12-20-78) 
AlBunge vs. Yale (1-4-60) 
Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 
Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 
Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-95) 
Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest 
(SC Tournament, 3-6-53) 
Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest (1-22-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. Clemson 
(ACC Tournament, 3-12-92) 
Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92)* 
Albert King vs. Clemson 
(ACC Tournament, 2-29-80) 
Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 
Howard White vs. South Carolina (12-16-70) 
Evers Burns vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
Exree Hipp vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 
lerrod Mustaf vs. Duke (2-10-90) 
Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 
Tom McMillen at 
George Washington (12-4-71) 
Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
John Lucas vs. N.C. State (1-28-76) 
lohn Lucas vs. Wake Forest (1-10-76) 
Gary Ward vs. Wake Forest (2-7-66) 
Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (ACC 
Tournament, 3-9-96) 
Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Utah ( 1 1 -22-94) 
Joe Smith vs. Rider ( 1 1 -30-93) 
Walt Williams at Virginia (1-29-92)* 
Matt Roe vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91 ) 
Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
Len Bias at George Mason (11-26-85) 
Tom McMillen vs. Navy (1-20-73) 
Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-1 7-7 1 ) 
Howard White vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 
Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina (3-6-69) 
Bob O'Brien vs. Clemson (1-7-56) 
Bob Kessler vs. Duke 
(ACC Tournament, 3-1-56) 
Kevin McLinton vs. Florida State (2-13-93) 
Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92)* 
Rudy Archer vs. Mt. St. Mary's (12-8-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs. 
Md. Baltimore County (2-18-87) 
Albert King vs. Wake Forest (1-20-80) 
Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown ( 12-13-71) 
Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 
Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 
Walt Williams vs. Virginia (3-7-92) 
Walt Williams vs. Clemson (1-25-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. West Virginia ( 12-7-91 ) 
Len Bias vs. UNLV ( 12-7-85) 
Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell ( 12-22-79) 
lohn Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 
lohn Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky ( 1 1-24-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 
Joe Smith at Oklahoma ( 12-7-93) 
Walt Williams vs. Florida State (1-18-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. N.C. State (1-1 1-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. Rutgers ( 12-27-90) 
Walt Williams vs. Boston College (12-3-90) 
Jerrod Mustaf vs. Delaware State ( 1 1 -25-89) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-14-89) 
Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 
Len Bias vs. Villanova (1-27-85) 
Adrian Branch vs. Virginia (1-30-85) 
Albert King at Virginia (2-21-79) 
John Lucas vs. N.C. State (1-16-75) 
Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 
consecutive games during the 1991-92 




John Lucas is one of four players in school history to have scored 2,000 or more career points. 



Season 



1. 


776 


2 


743 


3. 


708 


4. 


701 


5. 


674 


6. 


671 


7. 


667 


8. 


654 


9. 


624 


10. 


616 


11. 


609 


12. 


605 


13. 


582 


14. 


564 


15. 


559 


T16 


557 


18. 


541 


19. 


524 


20. 


518 


21. 


512 


22. 


510 


23. 


506 


Career 


i. 


2,149 


2. 


2,058 


3. 


2,017 


4. 


2,015 


5. 


1,807 


6. 


1,776 


7. 


1,743 


8. 


1,704 


9. 


1,607 


10. 


1,561 


11. 


1,457 


12. 


1,386 


13. 


1,372 



Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1 989-90 ) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 



Len Bias (1982-86) 
Albert King (1977-81) 
Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
John Lucas (1972-76) 
Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Walt Williams (1988-92) 
Ernest Graham (1977-81) 
Greg Manning (1977-81) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
Gene Shue (1951-54) 
Exree Hipp (1993-96) 



14. 


1,370 


15. 


1,354 


16. 


1,315 


17. 


1,300 


18. 


1,290 


19. 


1,266 


20. 


1,244 


21. 


1,235 


22. 


1,219 


23. 


1,198 


24. 


1,161 


25. 


1,153 


26. 


1,123 


27. 


1,094 


28. 


1,087 


29. 


1,072 


30. 


1,064 


31. 


1,026 


32. 


1,017 


33. 


1,007 



Will Hetzel (1697-70) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1985-90) 
Evers Burns (1989-93) 
Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
Joe Smith (1994-1995) 
Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
Lee Brawley( 1949-52) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
Steve Sheppard ( 1974-76) 
Larry Gibson (1975-79) 
Maurice Howard (1972-76) 
Buck Williams (1978-81) 
Duane Simpkins ( 1993-96) 
Gary Ward (1963-67) 
Keith Gatlin( 1984-88) 
Laron Profit ( 1995-Present) 
Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 
Brad Davis (1974-76) 
Len Elmore (1971-74) 
Lawrence Boston ( 1975-78) 



Scoring Average 



Season 



1. 


26.8 


2. 


23.3 


3. 


23.2 


4. 


22.1 


5. 


21.8 


6. 


21.7 


7. 


21.2 


T8. 


20.8 




20.8 


10. 


20.4 


11. 


20.3 


12. 


20.1 



Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Gene Shue (1952-53) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Tom McMillen (1971-73) 
Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
lohn Lucas (1975-76) 



122 



Career 

1. 20.5 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

2. 20.2 Joe Smith (1993-95) 

3. 18.7 Gene Shue ( 1951-54) 

4. 18.3 John Lucas ( 1 972-76) 

5. 18.0 Will HetzeK 1967-70) 

6. 17.4 Albert King (1977-81) 

7. 16.6 Jerrod Mustaf ( 1988-90) 

8. 16.2 Walt Williams ( 1988-92) 



Rebounds 



Game 



1. 


26 


T2. 


24 


4. 


23 


T5. 


22 



T9. 21 



T14. 20 



Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Kent State ( 1-2-73) 
Will Hetzel vs. West Virginia ( 12-4-68) 
Derrick Lewis at lames Madison (1-28-87) 
Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 
Buck Williams 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) 
loe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 
Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 
Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (2-13-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 
Joe Smith vs. Florida State ( 1-1 1-94) 
Tony Massenburg at Georgia Tech (2-13-90) 
Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 



Season 



1. 


412 


Len Elmore (1973-74) 


2_ 


363 


Buck Williams (1980-81) 


3. 


362 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


4. 


351 


Len Elmore (1971-72) 


5. 


336 


Bob Kessler (1955-56) 


6. 


323 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


T7. 


321 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 


9. 


318 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


10. 


314 


Tony Massenburg ( 1989-90) 


11. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 



Career 



1,053 Len Elmore (1971-74) 
948 Derrick Lewis ( 1 984-88 ) 



3. 


928 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 


4. 


916 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


5. 


895 


Larry Gibson (1975-80) 


6. 


859 


Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


7. 


849 


Bob Kessler (1953-56) 


8. 


795 


Al Bunge (1957-60) 


9. 


745 


Len Bias (1982-86) 


10. 


722 


Tony Massenburg ( 1985-90 


11. 


715 


Albert King (1977-81) 


12. 


704 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996 


13. 


689 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


14. 


651 


Rod Horst( 1968-70) 


15. 


636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


16. 


634 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 


17. 


629 


Lawrence Boston ( 1976-78) 


18. 


615 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


19. 


586 


Tom Roy (1973-75) 


20. 


582 


Steve Sheppard( 1975-77) 


21. 


572 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


22. 


570 


Rodney Elliott (1995-1998) 


23. 


546 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


24. 


542 


Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


25. 


511 


Ben Coleman (1983-84) 



Rebounding Average 



Season 



14.7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

14.0 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

12.6 Al Bunge (1959-60) 
12.2 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

11.7 Buck Williams! 1980-8 
11.2 Len Elmore (1972-73) 

11.1 Tom Roy (1974-75) 
11.0 Len Elmore (1971-72) 




Brad Davis is one of three players in school history 
to average five or more assists per game for his 
career. 

9. 10.8 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
T10. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Joe Smith (1993-94) 

Bob McDonald (1960-61) 

Career 



i. 

T2. 



12.2 Len Elmore (1971-74) 
10.9 Buck Williams (1978-81) 

Bob Kessler (1953-54) 
10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 
10.6 Al Bunge (1957-60) 



Assists 

Game 

1 14 Terrell Stokes vs. Towson State (11-30-96) 
2. 13 Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 
T3. 12 Terrell Stokes vs. Missouri (2-18-96) 

Kevin McLinton vs. N.C. State ( 1-26-91) 
Keith Gatlin vs. Navy (3-17-85) 
Keith Gatlin at North Carolina (1-9-85) 
Dutch Morley at Clemson (2-13-82) 
Dutch Morley vs. Marshall ( 12-29-80) 
John Lucas vs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 
Rich Porac vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 

Season 

i 



221 Keith Gatlin (6.0 apg; 1984-85) 

204 Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 

178 John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 

175 Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 1992-93) 

172 Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1987-88) 

165 Brad Davis (5.9 apg; 1975-76) 

162 Duane Simpkins (4.8 apg; 1994-95) 

8. 159 John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1973-74) 

9. 154 Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg, 1991-92) 
T10. 149 Terrell Stokes (4.7 apg, 1997-98) 

Walt Williams (4.5 apg, 1989-90) 



12. 148 Keith Gatlin (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 

13. 143 Terrell Stokes (4.5 apg, 1996-97) 

Career 

1. 649 Keith Gatlin (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 

2. 514 John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1972-76) 

3. 483 Duane Simpkins (4.1 apg; 1993-96) 

4. 469 Kevin McLinton (5.2 apg; 1989-93) 

5. 460 Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 

6. 437 Johnny Rhodes (3.6 apg, 1993-96) 

7. 431 Brad Davis (5.1 apg; 1974-77) 

8. 410 Wall Williams (3.9 apg, 1988-92) 

9. 377 Terrell Stokes (4.1 apg, 1995-present) 

10. 360 JeffAdkins (2.8 apg, 1981-85) 

11. 346 Ernest Graham (2.9 apg, 1977-81) 

12. 304 Albert King (2.6 apg; 1977-81) 

13. 296 Keith Booth (2.3 apg, 1996-97) 

14. 294 Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg, 1987-90) 



Steals 



Game 

Tl. 9 
T3. 7 



T8. 



Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. American ( 12-23-95) 
Laron Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-97) 
Johnny JUiodes at Virginia (2-1-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Howard ( 12-6-95) 
Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-11-89) 
Walt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mary's ( 1 1-23-91 ) 
Laron Profit vs. Georgia Tech ( 1-21-98) 
Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. UNC-Asheville 
(12-22-97) 

Laron Profit vs. Kansas (12-7-97) 
Terrell Stokes vs. UMBC ( 12-4-96) 
Terrell Stokes vs. Towson State ( 1 1-30-96) 
Laron Profit vs. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Colgate ( 12-8-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-26-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Duke (1-29-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Hofstra ( 12-29-93) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Rider ( 1 1-30-94) 
lohnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
Vince Broadnax at Clemson (2-6-91 ) 
Albert King at Clemson (1-17-81) 
Albert King vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
Ernest Graham vs. Catholic ( 12-15-79) 
Dutch Morley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 



Season 



1. 


11 


2. 


87 


3. 


85 


4. 


78 


5. 


71 


T6. 


64 


8. 


60 


T9. 


57 


11. 


51 


T12. 


47 



T14. 46 



T16. 45 



1 10 lohnny Rhodes (3.7 spg, 1995-96) 
Laron Profit (2.7 spg, 1997-98) 
Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg, 1994-95) 
Johnny Rhodes (2.6 spg, 1993-94) 
Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg, 1992-93) 
Keith Booth (2.0 spg; 1996-97) 
Dutch Morley (2.1 spg, 1979-80) 
Walt Williams (2.1 spg, 1991-92) 
Laron Profit (1.8 spg, 1996-97 
Walt Williams ( 1.7 apg, 1989-90) 
Joe Smith (1.5 spg, 1994-95) 
Evers Burns (1.7 spg, 1992-93) 
Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg, 1991-92) 
Kevin McLinton ( 1.6 spg, 1992-93) 
Greg Nared( 1.6 spg, 1988-89) 
Derrick Lewis ( 1.5 spg, 1987-88) 
Adrian Branch ( 1.2 spg, 1984-85) 



Career 

1. 344 Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg; 1993-1996) 

2. 193 Keith Booth (1.53 spg; 1994-97) 

3. 1 84 Laron Profit ( 1 .69 spg; 1 995-Present ) 

4. 175 Walt Williams (1.7 spg; 1988-92) 

5. 1 70 Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1 978-82 ) 

6. 137 Derrick Lewis (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 

7. 136 Kevin McLinton (1.5 spg; 1989-93) 

8. 123 Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

9. 120 Duane Simpkins (1.1 spg; 1993-1996) 

10. 119 Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

11. 114 Evers Burns (1.0 spg; 1989-1993) 
T12. 110 JeffAdkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 

Adrian Branch (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 



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Individual Records 



Blocks 



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Game 

Tl. 12 



T3. 10 



T7. 8 



Til. 



Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 

Derrick Lewis at lames Madison (1-28-87) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Md. -Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 

Derrick Lewis vs. 

Md. Baltimore County (2-18-87) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Towson State (2-21-85) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee ( 1 1-24-84) 

Cedric Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

Cedric Lewis vs. 

Md. Baltimore County ( 1 -7-9 1 ) 

Cedric Lewis vs. California-Irvine ( 12-1 1-90) 

Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 

Joe Smith vs. Loyola ( 1 1-29-94) 

Joe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 

Cedric Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-1-91) 

Cedric Lewis vs. Towson State ( 1 1-26-90) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Virginia (3-1-86) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Stanford (12-28-84) 

Derrick Lewis vs. 

Md.-Eastern Shore ( 12-13-84) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Cleveland State ( 12-5-84) 

Tony Massenburg vs. 

Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 

Larry Gibson vs. Syracuse ( 1 2-24-76) 

Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 



Field Goal Percentage 

Game (minimum 8 attempts) 



Tl. 1.000 (8-8) 
(8-8) 



(8-8) 



Obinna Ekezie vs. American 

(12-21-96) 

Joe Smith vs. Clemson 

(1-25-95) 

Buck Williams vs. Canisius 

(12-23-78) 

Gary Williams vs. 

South Carolina (12-10-66) 

Greg Manning vs. 

Fairleigh Dickinson ( 12-10-80) 

Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne 

(12-10-83) 

Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest 

(2-26-84) 

Season (minimum 100 attempts) 

1. .647(183-283) Buck Williams (1980-81) 

2. .643(196-305) Greg Manning (1979-80) 

3. .611 (102-167) Charles Pittman ( 1981-82) 

4. .608(194-319) Ben Coleman ( 1983-84) 

5. .606(143-236) Buck Williams ( 1979-80) 

Career 

1. .615(446-725) Buck Williams (1978-91) 

2. .583 (623-1068) Greg Manning ( 1977-81) 



(8-8 



(8-8) 



Season 



1. 


14 


2. 


11 


3. 


99 


4. 


97 


5. 


93 


6. 


71 


7. 


67 


8. 


58 


9. 


57 


10. 


55 


11. 


49 



143 Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg, 1990-91) 
Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg, 1986-87) 
Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 
loe Smith (2.9 bpg; 1994-95) 
Joe Smith (3.1 bpg; 1993-94) 
Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 
Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg; 1976-77) 
Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg; 1978-79) 
Larry Gibson (2.0 bpg; 1977-78) 
Derrick Lewis (1.8 bpg; 1987-88) 
Cedric Lewis ( 1.5 bpg; 1989-90) 



Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) 

2. 239 Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) 

3. 190 Joe Smith (3.0 bpg; 1994-1995) 

4. 182 Larry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1975-79) 

5. 97 Tony Massenburg (0.9 bpg; 1985-90) 

6. 90 Obinna Ekezie (1.0 bpg, 1995-Present) 

7. 87 Len Bias (0.7 bpg; 1982-86) 

8. 86 Buck Williams (1.0 bpg; 1 978-8 1 ) 

9. 81 Walt Williams (0.8 bpg; 1988-92) 

10. 75 Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 

11. 72 Keith Booth (0.5 bpg; 1994-97) 

12. 64 Evers Burns (0.6 bpg; 1990-93) 
T13. 62 Mike Davis (1.4 bpg; 1977-78) 

62 Johnny Rhodes (0.5 bpg; 1993-96) 

15. 61 Chris Kirin ( 1.1 bpg, 1992-93) 

16. 59 Laron Profit (0.6 bpg, 1995-Present) 
T 1 7. 50 Taylor Baldwin ( 0.6 bpg; 1 979-82 ) 

50 Adrian Branch (0.4 bpg; 1982-85) 

50 Albert King ( 0.4 bpg; 1 978-8 1 ) 

50 Jerrod Mustaf (0.8 bpg; 1989-90) 

50 Charles Pittman ( 0.9 bpg, 1 98 1 -82 ) 




3. .576(438-760) Charles Pittman ( 1975-78) 

4. .555 (699-1,259) Tom McMillen ( 1971-74) 

5. .551 (484-878) Larry Gibson (1975-79) 

6. .550(451-819) Joe Smith (1994-95) 

7. .523 (524-1001) Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

Field Goals Made (Season) 

1. 275 Albert King (1979-80) 

2. 274 Len Bias (1984-85) 

3. 270 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

4. 267 Len Bias (1985-86) 

5. 256 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

6. 253 John Lucas ( 1973-74) 

7. 250 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

8. 245 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

9. 236 Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

10. 235 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
Til. 233 John Lucas (1975-76) 

233 Will HetzeK 1968-69) 

232 Albert King (1980-81) 

222 Ernest Graham ( 1978-79) 

214 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 



13. 
14. 
15. 



3. 


838 


4. 


767 


5. 


699 


6. 


686 


7. 


684 


8. 


623 


9. 


589 


10. 


583 


11. 


564 


12. 


547 


13. 


545 



Ernest Graham is among the all-time field goals 
made leaders. 



Field Goals Made (Career) 

Tl. 862 Albert King (1977-81) 
862 John Lucas (1972-76) 

Len Bias (1982-86) 

Adrian Branch (1981-85) 

Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

Johnny Rhodes ( 1993-96) 

Greg Manning (1977-81) 

Keith Booth (1996-97) 

Walt Williams (1988-92) 

Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

Will HetzeK 1967-70) 

Evers Burns (1989-93) 
T14. 524 Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

524 Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

Field Goals Attempted (Season) 

' Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Will HetzeK 1968-69) 
Len Bias ( 1984-85) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
John Lucas ( 1973-74) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Gene Shue ( 1953-54) 
Bob Kesslerf 1954-55) 
462 Albert King (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Ernest Graham ( 1978-79) 
Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

Field Goals Attempted (Career) 

1. l,673Albert King (1977-81) 

2. 1,643 John Lucas (1972-76) 

3. 1 ,579 Adrian Branch ( 1 98 1 -85) 

4. l,562Len Bias (1982-86) 

5. 1,482 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

6. 1 ,363 Ernest Graham ( 1 977-8 1 ) 

7. 1 ,29 1 Keith Booth ( 1 996-97 ) 

8. 1 ,259Tom McMillen ( 1 97 1 -74) 

9. 1,251 Walt Williams ( 1 988-92 ) 

1 0. 1 ,242 Will Hetzel ( 1967-70) 

11. l,125Jay McMillen (1964-67) 

12. l,092Evers Burns (1989-93) 

13. l,070Johnny Rhodes ( 1993-96) 

14. l,068Greg Manning (1977-81) 

15. l,044Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

3-Point Shots Made (Season) 

1. 89 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

3. 60 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 

4. 59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

5. 56 Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
T6. 48 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

48 Man Roe (1990-91) 
T8. 45 Duane Simpkins ( 1995-96) 
45 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 



1. 


542 


2. 


529 


3. 


527 


4. 


519 


5. 


497 


6. 


•495 


7. 


491 


8. 


469 


9. 


468 


10. 


462 


11. 


456 


12. 


454 


13. 


446 


14. 


437 


15. 


428 



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T10. 42 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

42 Johnny Rhodes ( 1995-96) 

40 Duane Simpkins ( 1 994-95 ) 

40 Johnny Rhodes ( 1993-94) 

38 Duane Simpkins ( 1993-94) 

36 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 



T12. 



14. 

15. 



3-Potnt Shots Attempted (Season) 

1. 240 Walt Williams) 1991-92) 

2. 173 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

3. 164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

4. 156 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

5. 151 Laron Profit ( 1997-98) 

6. 135 Johnny Rhodes ( 1995-96) 

7. 131 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

8. 129 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

9. 122 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

10. 120 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

11. 117 Laron Profit ( 1997-98 ) 

12. 113 Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 

13. 105 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

14. 100 Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 
T15. 99 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

99 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 
99 Greg Nared ( 1988-89) 

3-Point Shots Made (Career) 



3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 
11. 
12. 
T13. 



186 Johnny Rhodes ( 1993-96) 

154 Walt Williams ( 1988-92) 

136 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 

132 Teyon McCoy ( 1986-88, 1989-90 

130 Duane Simpkins (1993-1996) 

84 Exree Hipp (1993-1996) 

81 Laron Profit ( 1996-Present) 

62 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 

61 Steve Hood (1986-88) 

60 Terrell Stokes ( 1996-Present) 

59 John Johnson (1985-89) 

56 Keith Gatlin (1984-86, 1987-88) 

48 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

48 Matt Roe (1990-91) 



3-Point Shots Attempted (Career) 

1. 557 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

2. 429 Walt Williams (1988-92) 

3. 363 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 

4. 320 Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 

5. 316 Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

6. 286 Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

7. 249 Laron Profit (1996-Present) 

8. 171 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 

9. 164 Terrell Stokes (1995 -Present) 

10. 156 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

11. 148 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

12. 128 Rodney Elliott (1995-98) 

13. 113 Keith Gatlin (1983-86, 1987-88) 

14. 105 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

15. 83 Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 

Free Throws Made (Season) 

1 . 213 Keith Booth ( 1 996-97 ) 

2. 209 Joe Smith (1994-95) 
209 Len Bias (1985-86) 

4. 197 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 175 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

6. 174 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

7. 168 Joe Smith ( 1993-94) 

8. 162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

9. 153 Len Bias (1984-85) 

10. 145 Tony Massenburg ( 1989-90) 

11. 143 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

12. 139 Will HetzeK 1968-69) 
T13. 134 Obinna Ekezie ( 1997-98) 

134 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 
15. 133 Jim HallecM 1956-57) 

Free Throws Made (Career) 



576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

470 Len Bias ( 1982-86) 

454 Adrian Branch ( 1981-85) 

409 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

404 Obinna Ekezie ( 1996-Present) 

386 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

384 Walt Williams (1988-92) 



8. 377 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

9. 334 Albert King (1977-81) 

10. 317 Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 

11. 315 Greg Manning (1977-81) 

12. 314 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

13. 311 Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 

14. 309 Rodney Elliott (1995-1998) 

15. 306 Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

Free Throws Attempted (Season) 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

2. 282 Joe Smith ( 1994-95) 

3. 263 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

4. 242 Len Bias (1985-86) 

5. 241 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

6. 231 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

7. 229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

8. 214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

9. 201 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

10. 200 Obinna Ekezie (1997-98) 

11. 197 Len Bias (1984-85) 

12. 191 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
T13. 182 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

182 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

15. 177 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

Free Throws Attempted (Career) 

1. 824 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

2. 607 Adrian Branch (1981-85) 

3. 591 Len Bias (1982-86) 

4. 587 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

5. 512 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

6. 511 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

7. 504 Walt Williams (1988-92) 

8. 487 Derrick Lewis ( 1984-88) 

9. 476 Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

10. 431 Albert King (1977-81) 

11. 420 Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 

12. 419 BuckWilliams(1978-81) 

13. 404 Obinna Ekezie (1995-Present) 

14. 389 AlBunge (1957-60) 

15. 383 Duane Simpkins ( 1993-96) 




Bill Stasiulatis was a perfect 1 2-of-1 2 from the free 
throw line against Wake Forest on March 3, 1961 . 



Free Throw Percentage 

Game (minimum 10 attempts) 

Tl. 1.000 (14-14) JerryGreenspanvs.Minnesota(12-10-60) 

(13-13) Len Bias vs. North Carolina (2-20-86) 

(13-13) Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina (1-2-51) 

(12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 

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

( 12-12 ) Tony Massenburg at Penn State (3-19-90) 

(12-12) Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest (3-3-61) 

(12-12) Lee Brawley vs. North Carolina! 1-2- 1951) 

(12-12) Bob Kessler vs. George Washington ( 1-5-56) 

(11-11) Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

(10-10) Tom Milroy vs. Penn State (11-30-68) 

( 10-10) Jerry Bechtle vs. North Carolina (2-23-60) 

13. .929 (13-14) Walt WiJliams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 



Season (minimum 50 attempts) 



Career 



i. 

T2. 



4. 
5. 



.908 (79-87 
.864 (209-242) 
.864 (57-66) 
.862 (50-58) 
.857 (66-77) 



Greg Manning (1979-80) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 
Greg Manning (1978-79) 



1. 


.858 (315-367) 


2. 


.812 (311-383) 


3. 


.809 (418-517) 


4. 


.799 (409-512) 


5. 


.795 (163-205) 



Greg Manning (1977-81) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-1995) 
Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 
Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
Keith Gatlin (1983-88) 



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TERP RECO 



Individual Records 



Class by Class Leaders 



FRESHMAN LEADERS 


Points 




1. 


582 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 


442 


Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 


425 


John Lucas (1972-73) 


4. 


392 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


5. 


381 


Albert King (1977-78) 


6. 


371 


JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


7. 


369 


Steve Hood (1986-87) 


8. 


364 


Brad Davis (1974-75) 


9. 


363 


Brian Williams (1987-88) 


10. 


338 


Greg Manning (1977-78) 


11. 


324 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


12. 


316 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


13. 


300 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


14. 


269 


Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


15. 


236 


Terence Morris (1997-98) 


Scoring Average 


1. 


19.7 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 


15.2 


Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 


14.3 


JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


T4. 


14.2 


Steve Hood (1986-87) 




14.2 


John Lucas (1972-73) 


6. 


14.0 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


7. 


13.6 


Albert King (1977-78) 


8. 


12.8 


Brad Davis (1974-75) 


9. 


12.3 


Brian Williams (1987-88) 


10. 


12.1 


Greg Manning (1977-78) 


11. 


11.8 


Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


12. 


11.3 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


13. 


10.6 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


T14. 


10.0 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 




10.0 


Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


Rebounds 




1. 


323 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


2. 


322 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


3. 


241 


Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


4. 


202 


JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


5. 


187 


Albert King (1977-78) 


6. 


183 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


7. 


173 


Brian Williams (1987-88) 


8. 


157 


Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


9. 


145 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


T10. 


138 


Mike Mardesich ( 1997-98) 




138 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


T12. 


125 


Len Bias (1982-83) 




125 


Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


14. 


113 


Terence Morris (1997-98) 


15. 


111 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-97) 


Rebound Average 


1. 


10.7 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2 


10.0 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


1 3 - 


9.8 


Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


3 4. 


7.8 


JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 


£ 5. 


6.7 


Albert King (1977-78) 


§ 6. 


6.5 


Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


§ 7 - 


6.1 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


£ 8. 


6.0 


Brian Williams (1987-88) 


3 9. 


5.2 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


5 io. 


4.9 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 




Joe Smith is the all-time freshman leader in points 
scored in a single season and average points per 
game. 

Til. 4.3 Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 

4.3 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

13. 4.2 Len Bias (1982-83) 

14. 3.9 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

15. 3.7 ObinnaEkezie (1996-97) 

Field Goals Made 

1. 190 John Lucas (1972-73) 

2. 168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

T3. 164 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

164 Albert King (1977-78) 

5. 157 JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 

6. 149 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

7. 141 Brad Davis (1974-75) 

8. 136 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

9. 130 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

10. 123 Greg Manning (1977-78) 

11. 120 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

12. 113 Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

13. 91 Terence Morris (1997-98) 

14. 88 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

15. 87 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

Field Goals Attempted 

1. 395 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

2. 355 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

3. 353 John Lucas (1972-73) 

4. 346 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

5. 327 Albert King (1977-78) 



6. 302 JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 

7. 290 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

8. 270 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

9. 249 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

10. 243 Brad Davis (1974-75) 

11. 227 Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

12. 215 Greg Manning (1977-78) 

13. 206 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

14. 198 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 

15. 189 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

3-Point Shots Made 

1. 59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

2. 36 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

3. 35 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

4. 20 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

5. 14 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 

6. 13 Terence Morris (1997-98) 

7. 12 Laron Profit (1995-96) 

8. 11 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

9. 8 Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 
T10. 7 Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

7 Walt Williams (1988-89) 

12. 5 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 

13. 4 JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 

14. 3 Mario Lucas (1992-93) 



3-Point Shots Attempted 



1. 

T2. 

4. 
T5. 

7. 
T8. 



11. 
12. 
13. 



173 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

80 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

80 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

63 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

37 Terence Morris ( 1997-98) 

37 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 

33 Laron Profit (1995-96) 

27 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

27 Duane Simpkins ( 1992-93) 

27 Walt Williams (198-89) 

19 Wayne Bristol (1991-92) 

17 Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 

16 JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 



Free Throws Made 

1. 168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

2. 1 14 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

3. 92 Greg Manning (1977-78) 

4. 87 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

5. 82 Brad Davis (1974-75) 

6. 65 AlBunge (1957-58) 

7. 62 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

8. 60 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
T9. 53 Albert King (1977-78) 

53 Jerrod Mustaf ( 1988-89) 

11. 51 Brian Williams (1987-88) 

12. 48 Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
T13. 45 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 

45 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

45 John Lucas (1972-73) 

Free Throws Attempted 

1. 229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

T2. 149 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

149 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

4. 109 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

5. 108 Greg Manning (1977-78) 

6. 100 Brad Davis (1974-75) 

7. 95 Steve Hood (1986-87) 



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8. 


82 


9. 


76 


10. 


74 


11. 


72 


12. 


67 


T13. 


66 




66 


15. 


64 


Total Assists 


1. 


178 


2. 


148 


3. 


134 


4. 


128 


5. 


111 


6. 


91 


7. 


87 


8. 


85 


9. 


74 


10. 


67 


11. 


66 


12. 


65 


13. 


64 


14. 


56 


15. 


52 


Total Steals 


1. 


71 


2. 


45 


3. 


43 


4. 


42 


5. 


40 


6. 


38 


7. 


35 


8. 


33 


9. 


29 


10. 


27 


11. 


24 


12. 


23 


13. 


21 


T14. 


20 




20 


Total 


Blockei 


1. 


99 


2. 


93 


3. 


36 


4. 


29 


5. 


28 


6. 


27 


7. 


25 


T8. 


20 


10. 


17 


11. 


13 


12. 


12 


T13. 


11 




11 




11 




11 




11 



Albert King ( 1977-78) 
Brian Williams (1987-88) 
lerrodMustaf (1988-89) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
John Johnson (1985-86) 
Len Bias (1982-83) 
Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Jeff Adkinsf 198 1-82) 



John Lucas (1972-73) 
Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
Brad Davis (1974-75) 
Dutch Morley (1978-79) 
Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 
Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 
Greg Manning ( 1977-78) 
Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 
Walt Williams (1988-89) 
Keith Booth (1993-94) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Steve Hood (1986-87) 
Jeff Adkins( 1981-82) 



Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Keith Booth (1993-94) 
Dutch Morley (1978-79) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Laron Profit (1995-96) 
Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 
Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
Walt Williams (1988-89) 
Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 
Terence Morris (1997-98) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 
Steve Hood (1986-87) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 



Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Brian Williams (1987-88) 
Terence Morris (1997-98) 
JerrodMustaf (1988-89) 
Terence Morris (1997-98) 
Buck Williams (1978-79) 
Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 
Obinna Ekezie ( 1995-96) 
Keith Booth (1993-94) 
Walt Williams (1988-89) 
Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
Ernest Graham (1977-78) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Cedric Lewis (1987-88) 
Tony Massenburg (1985-86) 




Buck Williams grabbed a freshman class record 323 rebounds during the 1979 season. 



SOPHOMORE LEADERS 



Points 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 



708 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

667 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

609 Jerrod Mustaf ( 1989-90) 

564 John Lucas (1973-74) 

541 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

499 Ernest Graham ( 1978-79) 

488 Len Bias (1983-84) 

444 Albert King (1978-79) 

420 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

4 1 6 Steve Sheppard ( 1 974-75 ) 

412 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

401 Charles McNeil (1957-58) 

397 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

389 Howard White (1970-71) 

374 Johnny Rhodes ( 1 993-94 ) 



Scoring Average 

1. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

2. 20.8 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 20.1 John Lucas (1973-74) 

4. 19.7 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

5. 18.7 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

6. 18.5 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

7. 16.6 Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

8. 16.3 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 



Albert King (1978-79) 
Howard White (1970-71) 
Buck Williams (1979-80) 
Len Bias (1983-84) 
Pete Johnson (1966-67) 
Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
Will Hetzel (1967-68) 



Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 
AlBunge (1957-58) 
Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 
Keith Booth (1994-95) 
Buck Williams (1979-80) 
Larry Gibson (1976-77) 
Barry Yates (1970-71) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
Sparky Still (1969-70) 
Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 
Herman Veal (1981-82) 
Obinna Ekezie (1996-97) 



Rebound Average 

1. 11.0 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

2. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 



9. 


15.9 


T10. 


15.6 




15.6 


12. 


15.3 


13. 


15.0 


14. 


14.8 


15. 


14.6 


Rebounds 


1. 


362 


2. 


351 


3. 


306 


4. 


254 


5. 


265 


6. 


249 


7. 


247 


8. 


242 


9. 


228 


10. 


224 


11. 


222 


12. 


220 


13. 


217 


14. 


213 


15. 


212 



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3. 10.1 Buck Williams (1979-80) 

4. 9.8 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 9.1 AlBunge (1957-58) 

6. 8.9 Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 

7. 8.6 Barry Yates (1970-71) 

8. 8.5 Sparky Still (1969-70) 

9. 8.4 Larry Gibson (1976-77) 
T10. 7.8 Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

7.8 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

12. 7.7 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

T13. 7.5 Jim Halleck ( 1956-57) 

7.5 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

15. 7.4 Gary Ward (1963-64) 

Field Goals Made 

1. 253 John Lucas (1973-74) 

2. 245 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 236 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

4. 235 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 222 Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

6. 211 Len Bias (1983-84) 

7. 206 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

8. 197 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

9. 191 Albert King (1978-79) 

10. 166 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

11. 160 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

12. 157 Howard White (1970-71) 

13. 151 Charles McNeil (1957-58) 

14. 150 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
T15. 148 Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

148 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

Field Goals Attempted 

1. 495 John Lucas (1973-74) 

2. 454 Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

3. 446 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

4. 428 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
T5. 424 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

424 Jay McMillen ( 1964-65) 

7. 420 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

8. 372 Len Bias (1983-84) 

9. 363 Howard White (1970-71) 

10. 353 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

11. 350 Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

12. 343 Charles McNeil (1957-58) 

13. 337 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

14. 327 AJbert King (1978-79) 

15. 325 Bob O'Brien (1954-55) 

3-Point Shots Made 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
T5. 



T10. 

12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 



40 Johnny Rhodes ( 1 993-94) 

38 Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

35 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

32 Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 

31 Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 

31 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

30 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

26 Steve Hood (1987-88) 

23 Ivan Powell (1986-87) 

20 Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1995-96) 

20 John Johnson (1986-87) 

10 Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

9 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

8 Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 

3 Greg Nared ( 1986-87) 



3-Point Shots Attempted 

1. 129 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

2. 99 Laron Profit (1996-97) 

3. 94 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

4. 88 Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

5. 83 Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 

6. 72 Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 

7. 68 Steve Hood (1987-88) 

8. 67 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

9. 55 John Johnson (1986-87) 

10. 53 Ivan Powell (1986-87) 

11. 44 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-96) 

12. 24 Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 

13. 23 Keith Booth (1994-95) 

14. 21 Joe Smith (1994-95) 
T15. 20 Wayne Bristol (1992-93) 

20 Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

Free Throws Made 

1. 209 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 197 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

3. 134 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

4. 133 Jim Halleck (1956-57) 

5. 127 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

6. 118 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

7. 114 Keith Booth (1994-95) 

8. 112 Bill Stasiulatis (1960-61) 

9. 104 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

10. 100 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 



Til. 


99 




99 


13. 


95 


T14. 


92 




92 


Free Throws 


1. 


282 


2. 


241 


3. 


174 


4. 


171 


5. 


165 


T6. 


164 




164 


8. 


146 


9. 


144 


10. 


134 


11. 


131 


12. 


130 


13. 


128 


14. 


127 


15. 


126 


Total Assists 


1. 


165 


2. 


159 


3. 


143 


4. 


136 


5. 


124 



Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
Herman Veal (1981-82) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 
Obinna Ekezie ( 1996-97) 
Brad Davis (1975-76) 



Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
Jim Halleck (1956-57) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Keith Booth (1994-95) 
JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 
Bill Stasiulatis (1960-61) 
Obinna Ekezie (1996-97) 
Walt Williams ( 1989-90) 
Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
Charles McNeil (1957-58) 
Buck Williams (1979-80) 
Herman Veal (1981-82) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 



Brad Davis (1975-76) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 
Dutch Morley (1979-80) 




Derrick Lewis blocked 71 shots as a sophomore during the 1986 season. 



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6. 


123 


7. 


122 


8. 


121 


9. 


94 


10. 


88 


11. 


85 


12. 


78 


13 


76 


T14. 


70 




70 


Total Steals 


1. 


78 


2. 


64 


T3. 


57 




57 


5. 


51 


T6. 


45 




45 


8. 


39 


9. 


37 


10. 


35 


11. 


34 


12. 


33 


13. 


30 


14. 


27 


T15. 


26 




26 


Total 


Block* 


1. 


97 


2. 


71 


3. 


43 


4. 


36 


5. 


34 


6. 


33 


7. 


32 


8. 


22 


T9. 


21 




21 


11. 


16 


12. 


15 


13. 


13 


T14. 


11 




11 



Kevin McLinton (1990-91) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
Jeff Adkins( 1982-82) 
Jesse Martin 1989-90) 
Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 
John Johnson (1986-76) 
Laron Profit (1996-97) 
Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
Bill Bryant (1977-78) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 



Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
Dutch Morley (1979-80) 
Laron Profit (1996-97) 
Walt Williams (1989-90) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 
Duane Simpkins ( 1993-94) 
Kevin McLinton (1990-91) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 
ObinnaEkezie (1996-97) 
Albert King (1978-79) 
Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 
Jesse Martin (1989-90) 



Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 
Keith Booth (1994-95) 
Cedric Lewis (1988-89) 
Walt Williams (1989-90) 
ObinnaEkezie (1996-97) 
Buck Williams (1979-80) 
JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 
Laron Profit (1996-97) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
Len Bias (1983-84) 
Exree Hipp (1993-94) 
Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Mario Lucas (1993-94) 



JUNIOR LEADERS 



Points 



1. 


701 


2. 


674 


3. 


616 


4. 


605 


5. 


510 


6. 


506 


7. 


494 


8. 


483 


9. 


482 


10. 


481 


11. 


475 


12. 


471 


T13. 


469 




469 


T15. 


461 




461 



Len Bias (1984-85) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
TomMcMillen (1972-73) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1988-89) 
Johnny Rhodes ( 1994-95) 
Greg Manning (1979-80) 
John Lucas (1974-75) 
Gary Ward (1964-65) 
Exree Hipp (1994-95) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 




Keith Booth is the all-time junior class leader in 
free throws made and attempted in a single 
season. 



Scoring Average 


1. 


23.3 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


2. 


21.7 


Albert King (1979-80) 


3. 


21.2 


TomMcMillen (1972-73) 


4. 


20.9 


Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


5. 


19.6 


Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


6. 


19.5 


John Lucas (1974-75) 


7. 


18.9 


Len Bias (1984-85) 


8. 


18.7 


Walt Williams (1990-91) 


9. 


18.0 


Gary Ward (1964-65) 


10. 


17.8 


Charles McNeil (1958-59) 


11. 


17.6 


Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


12. 


16.6 


Tony Massenburg (1988-89 


13. 


15.9 


Evers Burns (1991-92) 


T14. 


15.8 


Laron Profit (1997-98) 




15.8 


Jay McMillen (1965-66) 



Rebounds 


1. 


363 


2. 


318 


3. 


290 


4. 


284 


5. 


271 


6. 


253 


7. 


251 


8. 


248 


9. 


246 


10. 


242 


11. 


241 


12. 


235 


13. 


233 


14. 


230 


15. 


229 


Rebc 

1. 


undin 

12.2 


2, 


11.7 


3. 


11.2 


4. 


11.8 


5. 


11.6 


6. 


11.0 


7. 


10.4 


8. 


10.1 


9. 


9.8 


10. 


9.5 


11. 


9.4 


12. 


9.0 


13. 


8.8 


14. 


8.1 


Field Goals 


1. 


275 


2. 


274 


3. 


250 


4. 


233 


5. 


203 


6. 


202 


7. 


197 


8. 


196 


9. 


195 


T10. 


190 




190 


12. 


186 


13. 


184 


14. 


183 


15. 


182 


Field Goals 


1. 


527 


2. 


519 


3. 


497 


4. 


468 


5. 


427 


6. 


412 


7. 


403 


8. 


386 


9. 


368 


10. 


367 


11. 


362 


12. 


357 


T13. 


358 




358 



15. 



344 



Buck Williams (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) 
AlBunge (1958-59) 
Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
Keith Booth (1995-96) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Rod Horst (1968-69) 



Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Len Elmore (1972-73) 
Bob Eicher (1961-62) 
AlBunge (1958-59) 
Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
Gary Ward (1964-65) 
Rod Horst (1968-69) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
Larry Gibson (1977-78) 
Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

Made 

Albert King (1979-80) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1988-89) 
Greg Manning (1979-80) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 
John Lucas (1974-75) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

Attempted 

Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Albert King ( 1979-80) 
Bob Kessler (1954-55) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Gary Ward (1964-65) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 
Pete Johnson (1967-68) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
Jay McMillen (1965-66) 
Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
Jim O'Brien (1971-72) 



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Individual Records 



3-Point Shots Made 

1. 64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

2. 48 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

3. 45 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

4. 42 Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1996-97) 

5. 40 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

6. 34 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

7. 28 Walt Williams (1990-91) 

8. 24 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 
T9. 22 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

22 Mario Lucas (1994-95) 

11. 13 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 

12. 12 Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 

13. 8 Matthew Downing (1990-91) 

14. 7 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

15. 6 Rodney Elliott (1996-97) 

3-Point Shots Attempted 

1. 164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

2. 131 Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1996-97) 

3. 122 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

4. 120 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

5. 117 Laron Profit ( 1997-98 ) 

6. 105 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

7. 95 Walt Williams (1990-91) 

8. 70 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 

9. 69 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

10. 57 Mario Lucas (1994-95) 

11. 47 Kevin McLinton ( 1 99 1 -92 ) 

12. 34 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

13. 30 Matt Downing (1990-91) 

14. 25 Rodney Elliott (1996-97) 

15. 22 Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 

Free Throws Made 

1. 162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

2. 153 Len Bias (1984-85) 

3. 139 Will HetzeK 1968-69) 

4. 134 ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 

5. 131 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

6. 130 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 

7. 124 Albert King (1979-80) 

8. 119 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
T9. 116 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

116 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

11. 115 Charles McNeil (1958-59) 

12. 106 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

13. 104 Laron Profit (1997-98) 
T14. 99 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

99 Gary Ward (1964-65) 



Free Throws Attempted 

1. 214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

2. 200 ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 

3. 197 Len Bias (1984-85) 

4. 182 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

5. 177 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

6. 171 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

7. 167 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
T8. 151 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

151 Albert King (1979-80) 

10. 147 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

Til. 145 Tony Massenburg ( 1988-89) 

145 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

13. 138 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

T14. 131 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

131 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 




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Total Assists 


1. 


204 


2. 


172 


3. 


162 


4. 


154 


5. 


149 


6. 


136 


7. 


132 


8. 


126 


9. 


119 


10. 


109 


11. 


104 


12. 


102 


13. 


93 


T14. 


91 




91 


Total Steals 


1. 


87 


2. 


85 


3. 


47 


4. 


43 


5. 


42 


6. 


41 


7. 


40 


T8. 


38 




38 




38 


Til. 


34 




34 


13. 


32 


14. 


30 


T15. 


29 




29 


Total 


Blocke< 


1. 


114 


2. 


57 


3. 


49 


4. 


37 


5. 


36 


T6. 


33 




33 


T8. 


31 




31 


10. 


29 


11. 


27 


12. 


24 


13. 


23 


14. 


19 


T15. 


18 



18 



Keith Gatlin (1985-86) 
Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
Duane Simpkins ( 1994-95) 
Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Brad Davis (1976-77) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
Jeff Adkins (1983-84) 
ExreeHipp (1994-95) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1996-97) 
Howard White (1971-72) 
John Lucas (1974-75) 
Walt Williams (1990-91) 



Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
Keith Booth (1995-96) 
Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 
Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1996-97) 
Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 
ExreeHipp (1995-94) 
Dutch Morley( 1980-81) 
Adrian Branch (1983-84) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 



Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Larry Gibson (1977-78) 
Cedric Lewis (1989-90) 
ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Ben Coleman (1982-83) 
Lawrence Boston (1976-77) 
Chris Kerwin (1991-92) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 
Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
Evers Burns (1991-92) 
Keith Booth (1995-96) 
Charles Pittman (1980-81) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
Albert King (1979-80) 




Bob Bodell is among the all-time senior class leaders in assists (121 ) during the 1972-73 season. 



SENIOR LEADERS 



Points 



1. 


776 


2. 


743 


3. 


671 


4. 


654 


5. 


624 


6. 


559 


T7. 


557 




357 


9. 


524 


10. 


518 


11. 


502 


12. 


498 


13. 


497 


14. 


491 


15. 


490 



Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
TomMcMillen (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) 



Scoring Average 




1. 


26.8 


Walt Williams (1991-92) 




2. 


23.2 


Len Bias (1985-86) 




3. 


20.4 


Bob Kessler (1955-56) 




4. 


19.9 


John Lucas (1975-76) 




5. 


19.5 


Keith Booth (1996-97) 




6. 


19.4 


TomMcMillen (1973-74) 




7. 


18.5 


Evers Burns (1992-93) 




8. 


18.1 


Adrian Branch (1984-85) 




T9. 


18.0 


Albert King (1980-81) 






18.0 


Tony Massenburg ( 1989-90) 




11. 


17.8 


Charles McNeil (1959-60) 




12. 


17.4 


Jerry Greenspan ( 1962-63) 




13. 


17.2 


Gary Ward (1965-66) 


S 


T14. 


16.7 


Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 






16.7 


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Rebounds 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
T5. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 



412 
336 
321 
314 
269 
269 
258 
257 
253 
250 
249 
241 
237 
236 
233 



Len Elmore (1973-74) 
Bob Kessler( 1955-56) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Rod Horst (1971-70) 
Larry Gibson (1978-79) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Bob Everett (1954-55) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Gary Ward (1965-66) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 



Rebounding Average 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore 





2. 


14.0 




3. 


12.6 




4. 


11.1 




5. 


10.7 




6. 


10.4 




7. 


10.1 




8. 


10.0 




9. 


9.9 




10. 


9.6 




11. 


8.9 




12. 


8.8 




13. 


8.6 




14. 


8.4 




15. 


8.3 




Field Goals 




1. 


270 




2. 


267 




3. 


256 




4. 


233 




5. 


232 




6. 


214 




7. 


211 




8. 


206 




9. 


205 




10. 


203 




11. 


197 




12. 


194 




13. 


188 




T14. 


184 
184 




Field Goals 




1. 


542 




2. 


529 




3. 


491 




4. 


469 




5. 


462 




6. 


456 


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437 


8. 
9. 
10. 


417 
408 
404 


en 


11. 
12. 
T13. 


399 
393 
366 


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00 


15. 


366 
365 



; 1973-74) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
AlBunge (1959-60) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 
Bob McDonald (1960-61) 
Bob Everett (1954-55) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Rod Horst (1969-70) 
Gary Ward (1965-66) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Jerry Greenspan ( 1962-63) 
Larry Gibson (1978-79) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Made 

Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
Owen Brown (1974-75) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

Attempted 

Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
GeneShue (1953-54) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen ( 1973-74) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Gary Ward (1965-66) 
Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
Will Hetzel (1969-70) 




Walt Williams scored a team record 776 points during the 1993 season. 



3-Point Shots Made 

1. 89 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 60 Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1997-98) 

3. 56 Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 

4. 48 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

5. 45 Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 

6. 42 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
T7. 34 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 





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9. 


29 


10. 


28 


11. 


18 


12. 


15 


13. 


13 


T14. 


12 




12 



John Johnson (1988-89) 
Greg Nared( 1988-89) 
Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
Mike Anderson (1989-90) 
Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
Matthew Downing (1991-92) 



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3-Point Shots Attempted 



1. 


240 


2. 


156 


3. 


151 


4. 


135 


5. 


113 


6. 


100 


T7. 


99 




99 


9. 


95 


10. 


74 


11. 


60 


12. 


57 


13. 


52 


14. 


35 


15. 


33 


Free Throws 


1. 


213 


2. 


209 


3. 


175 


4. 


174 


5. 


145 


6. 


143 


7. 


131 


T8. 


125 




125 


10. 


124 


11. 


123 


12. 


105 


13. 


103 


T14. 


100 




100 


Free Throws 


1. 


437 


2. 


263 


3. 


242 


4. 


231 


5. 


201 


6. 


191 


7. 


182 


8. 


172 


9. 


158 


10. 


157 


11. 


154 


12. 


153 


13. 


152 


14. 


144 


15. 


143 


Tota 


Assists 


1. 


175 


T2. 


135 




135 


4. 


124 


5. 


121 


6. 


120 


7. 


118 


8. 


116 


9. 


104 


10. 


101 


11. 


97 


12. 


92 


13. 


91 


14. 


86 


15. 


85 



Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Matt Roe (1990-91) 
Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 
lohnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 
Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 
Mario Lucas (1995-96) 
Greg Nared( 1988-89) 
John Johnson (1988-89) 
Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
Exree Hipp (1995-96) 
Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 
Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 
Matt Downing (1991-92) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

Made 

Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Jerry Greenspan ( 1962-63) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Bob Everett (1954-55) 
Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
John Johnson (1988-89) 
Al Bunge (1959-60) 
Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
JayMcMillen (1966-67) 
Tom Young (1957-58) 



Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
Bob Everett (1954-55) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 
John Johnson (1988-89) 
Al Bunge (1959-60) 
Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 



Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
Greg Nared (1988-89) 
Mickey Wiles (1969-70) 
Dutch Morley (1981-82) 
Bob Bodell (1972-73) 
Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 
Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Jeff Baxter (1985-86) 
John Johnson (1988-89) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
Vince Broadnax (1991-92) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Greg Manning (1980-81) 




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1. 110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

2. 64 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

3. 60 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

4. 47 Evers Burns (1992-93) 
T5. 46 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

46 Greg Nared (1988-89) 

T7. 45 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

45 Derrick Lewis ( 1987-88) 

T9. 42 Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

42 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

11. 40 Vince Broadnax ( 1 99 1 -92 ) 

12. 38 Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 1997-98) 

13. 37 Jeff Adkins (1984-85) 

14. 33 Dutch Morley (1981-82) 

15. 30 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

Total Blocked Shots 

1. 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

2. 58 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

3. 55 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

4. 42 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

5. 37 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

6. 36 Chris Kerwin (1992-93) 

7. 31 Charles Pittman (1980-81) 

8. 28 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

9. 22 Evers Burns (1992-93) 
T10. 19 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

19 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

12. 18 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

13. 17 Lawrence Boston (1977-78) 

14. 15 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 
T15. 14 Len Bias (1985-86) 

1 4 Ernest Graham ( 1 980-8 1 ) 



Derrick Lewis is the all-time school leader in blocked shots. 
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TERP RECORDS 



Miscellaneous Records 



Individual Records 

Game 

Field Goals Made: 

18 by Ernest Graham vs. NC 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 McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 

Free Throws Attempted: 

24 by Keith Booth vs. 

Geo. Washington (12-9-96) 

Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

15 by Albert King vs. 

Boston University (2-1 1-80) 

3-Point Field Goals Made: 

7 by Walt Williams vs. Florida State (2-5-92) 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 

22 by Walt Williams vs. Clemson (2-22-92) 




Albert King made a school-record 1 5 consecutive 
free throws against Boston University on Feb. 11, 
1980. 



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: 

213 by Keith Booth (213-297) 1996-97 

Consecutive Free Throws Made: 

32 by Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

32 by Len Bias (1985-86) 

Career 

Games Played: 

131 by Len Bias ( 1982-86) 
Consecutive Games Played: 
126 by Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Games Started: 
126 by Keith Booth ( 1994-97) 
Field Goals Made: 
862 by Albert King ( 1 977-8 1 ) 
Consecutive Field Goals Made: 
15 by Greg Manning (1978-81) 
Consecutive Free Throws Made: 
32 by Duane Simpkins ( 1993-94) 
32 by Len Bias (1982-86) 
32 by Bob O'Brien ( 1954-57) 

Miscellaneous Opponent 
Records 

Free Throws: 

40 by Clemson (1-13-68) 
Free-Throws Attempted: 

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. Canisius (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 Attempted: 

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. William & Mary (2-52) 





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against Canisius on Dec. 1 7, 1971. 

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) 

Season Highlights 

Total Attendance: 

446,213 in 32 games (1997-98) 

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) 

11 (1996-97) 

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) 



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Season Leaders 



Scoring 

Year 

1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 

1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 

1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 

1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 



Leader 

Lee Brawley 
not available 
Gene Shue 
Gene Shue 
Bob Kessler 
Bob Kessler 
Bob O'Brien 
Charles McNeil 
Charles McNeil 
Al Bunge 
Bob McDonald 
Jerry Greenspan 
Jerry Greenspan 
George Suder 
Jay McMillen 
Gary Ward 
Jay McMillen 
Pete Johnson 
Will Hetzel 
Rod Horst 
Howard White 
Jim O'Brien 
Tom McMillen 
Tom McMillen 
John Lucas 
John Lucas 
John Lucas 
Lawrence Boston 
Steve Sheppard 
Lawrence Boston 
Ernest Graham 
Albert King 
Albert King 
Adrian Branch 
Adrian Branch 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Massenburg 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 
Walt Williams 
Evers Burns 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 
Laron Profit 



Rebounding 






Year 

1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 



Player 

Bob Kessler 
Jim Halleck 
Al Bunge 
Al Bunge 
Al Bunge 
Bob McDonald 
Jerry Greenspan 
Jerry Greenspan 
Rick Wise 
Gary Ward 



Pts.-Avg. 

404-15.0 

508-22.1 
654-21.8 
487-20.3 
490-20.4 
342-13.2 
311-14.8 
311-14.8 
383-16.6 
347-13.4 
380-15.2 
365-17.4 
327-13.0 
512-19.7 
430-17.2 
392-16.3 
360-15.0 
605-23.3 
428-16.5 
389-15.6 
342-16.3 
667-20.8 
616-21.2 
564-20.1 
469-19-5 
557-19.9 
338-13.0 
309-16.2 
423-15.5 
499-16.6 
674-21.7 
559-18.0 
442-15.2 
541-18.7 
491-15.3 
701-18.9 
743-23.2 
510-19.6 
466-15.0 
481-16.6 
609-18.5 
498-17.8 
318-18.7 
776-26.8 
518-18.5 
582-19.4 
708-20.8 
502-16.7 
624-19.5 
506-15.8 



Rbs.-Avg. 

336-14.0 

195-7.5 

265-9.1 

241-10.5 

289-12.6 

279-10.7 

235-9.4 

184-8.8 

185-7.1 

103-7.4 



1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 

1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 



Gary Ward 
Gary Ward 
Jay McMillen 
Jay McMillen 
Will Hetzel 
Rod Horst 
Barry Yates 
Len Elmore 
Len Elmore 
Len Elmore 
Tom Roy 
Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Buck Williams 
Buck Williams 
Buck Williams 
Herman Veal 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Massenburg 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Evers Burns 
Evers Burns 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Keith Booth 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Elliott 



271-10.4 

241-9.6 

195-8.1 

195-8.1 

318-12.2 

258-9.9 

224-8.6 

351-11.0 

290-11.2 

412-14.7 

321-11.1 

249-8.9 

157-9.8 

228-8.4 

253-9.0 

323-10.8 

242-10.1 

363-11.7 

213-7.3 

242-8.1 

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 

253-7.9 

236-7.4 




Ernest Graham led Maryland in scoring with a 16.6 
average during the 1979 season. 



Field Goal Percentage 

(150 attempts minimum) 

Year Leader 

1950-51 Dick Koffenberger 

1951-52 not available 

1952-53 Gene Shue 

1953-54 Gene Shue 

1954-55 not available 

1955-56 Bob O'Brien 

1956-57 John Nacincik 

1957-58 Nick Davis 

1958-59 Charles McNeil 

1959-60 Paul Jelus 

1960-61 Bob McDonald 

1961-62 Bruce Kelleher 

1962-63 Connie Carpenter 

1963-64 Jackie Clark 

1964-65 Jay McMillen 

1965-66 Gary Ward 

1966-67 Rich Drescher 

1967-68 Will Hetzel 

1968-69 Rod Horst 

1969-70 Rod Horst 

1970-71 Charlie Blank 

1971-72 Tom McMillen 

1972-73 Tom McMillen 

1973-74 Maurice Howard 

1974-75 Tom Roy 

1975-76 Maurice Howard 

1976-77 Lawrence Boston 

1977-78 Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 Buck Williams 

1979-80 Greg Manning 

1980-81 Buck Williams 

1981-82 Charles Pittman 

1982-83 Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 

1984-85 Len Bias 

1985-86 Tom Jones 

1986-87 Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 Brian Williams 

1988-89 Tony Massenburg 

1989-90 Jerrod Mustaf 

1990-91 Garfield Smith 

1991-92 Evers Burns 

1992-93 Evers Burns 

1993-94 Joe Smith 

1994-95 Joe Smith 

1995-96 Johnny Rhodes 

1996-97 ObinnaEkezie 

1997-98 Terence Morris 

Free-Throw Percentage 

Year Leader 

1950-51 Dick Koffenberger 

1951-52 not available 

1952-53 Gene Shue 

1953-54 Gene Shue 

1954-55 not available 

1955-56 Bob O'Brien 

1956-57 Jim Halleck 

1957-58 Charles McNeil 

1958-59 Jerry Bechtle 

1959-60 Paul Jelus 

1960-61 Bob McDonald 

1961-62 Bruce Kelleher 



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.469 
.506 

.421 
.470 
.463 
.443 
.470 
.453 
.437 
.447 
.480 
.486 
.463 
.445 
.423 
.480 
.532 
.473 
.549 
.585 
.553 
.606 
.553 
.597 
.580 
.583 
.643 
.647 
.611 
.571 
.608 
.530 
.551 
.602 
.600 
.550 
.529 
.527 
.516 
.506 
.522 
.578 
.478 
.550 
.523 



FT .Pet 

.772 

.700 
.789 

.767 
.764 
.762 
.783 
.842 
.873 
.816 



136 






1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.817 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


.844 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.828 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


.857 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


.821 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


.770 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


.822 


1993-94 


Duane Simpldns 


.784 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


1995-96 


Duane Simpldns 


.845 


1996-97 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.742 


1997-98 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.759 


Blocked Shots 




Year 


Leader 


Blk. -Avg. 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


67-2.5 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


57-2.0 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson 


58-1.9 


1979-80 


Taylor Baldwin 


35-1.1 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


29-0.9 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


31-1.3 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


33-1.1 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


42-1.3 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis 


99-2.7 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


71-2.2 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


* 114-4.4 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


55-1.8 


1988-89 


Cedric Lewis 


36-1.3 


1989-90 


Cedric Lewis 


49-1.5 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


♦#143-5.1 


1991-92 


Chris Kerwin 


31-1.1 


1992-93 


Chris Kerwin 


30-1.1 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


93-3.1 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


97-2.9 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


23-0.8 


1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


33-1.1 


1997-98 


Obinna Ekezie 


37-1.2 


'second best in the nation that season 


#ACC record 






Duane Simpkins led Maryland in assists in 1994, 
1995 and 1996. 




Assists 



Year 


Leader 


Ast.-Avg. 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


135-5.2 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


70-3.3 


1971-72 


Howard White 


93-2.9 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


178-5.9 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


159-5.7 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


134-4.6 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


165-5.9 


1976-77 


Bead Davis 


132-4.9 


1977-78 


Greg Manning 


74-2.6 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1979-80 


Ernest Graham 


136-4.4 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


120-3.9 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1982-83 


JeffAdkins 


121-4.0 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


148-4.6 


1884-85 


Keith Gatlin 


221-6.0 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlin 


204-6.4 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


111-4.3 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


172-5.5 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


135-4.8 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


149-4.5 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


123-4.4 




Walt Williams 


91-5.4 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


154-5.3 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


154-5.3 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


136-4.5 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


162-4.8 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


118-4.4 


1996-97 


Terrell Stokes 


143-4.5 


1997-98 


Terrell Stokes 


149-4.7 


Steals 






Year 


Leader 


Stl.-Avg. 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


27-1.4 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26-1.0 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


43-1.4 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


64-2.1 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


42-1.4 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


33-1.1 


1982-83 


JeffAdkins 


23-0.8 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


29-1.0 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


45-1.2 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


37-1.1 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


38-1.5 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


45-1.5 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


46-1.6 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


67-1.7 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


42-1.5 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


60-2.1 


1992-93 


Johnny Rhodes 


71-2.5 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


78-2.3 


1994-95 


Johnny Rhodes 


85-2.5 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


#110-3.7 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


64-2.0 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


87-2.7 


# ACC Record 


2 






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Johnny Rhodes set an ACC record with a 3.7 steals 
per game average in 1 996. 



137 



TERP RECORDS 



Margin of Victory 



Largest Margins of Victory 



Rank 


Margin 


1. 


+66 


2. 


+64 


3. 


+63 


4. 


+60 


5. 


+58 


T6. 


+57 




+57 


8. 


+55 


9. 


+53 


T10. 


+51 




+51 


12. 


+50 


13. 


+49 


T14. 


+47 




+47 


16. 


+46 


17. 


+45 


18. 


+44 


19. 


+43 


20. 


+41 


T21. 


+40 




+40 




+40 




+40 




+40 



Opponent 

Morgan State (12-23-94) 
Md.-Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 
Delaware State (1-17-96) 
Colgate (12-8-94) 
UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
DePauw( 12-3-75) 
DePauw (12-12-74) 
Md.-Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 
Towson State (2-21-85) 
Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 
Cornell (11-27-93) 
Chicago State (12-2-96) 
Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 
Florida International ( 1 1-25-97) 
Towson State (12-12-94) 
Appalachian State (1-2-75) 
Brown (11-29-72) 
Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 
Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 
Lafayette (12-23-97) 
Howard (1-2-93) 
Morgan State (12-26-92) 
Boston University (12-8-75) 
South Carolina (3-1-58) 
Clemson (1-6-53) 



Largest Margins of Defeat 



Rank 


Margin 


1. 


-63 


2. 


-53 


3. 


-44 


4. 


-40 


5. 


-39 


6. 


-38 


7. 


-37 


8. 


-32 



Opponent 

Bainhridge Navy ( 1944-45) 
Army (1943-44) 
Seton Hall (1941-42) 
North Carolina (3-12-93) 
Wake Forest (1962-63) 
West Virginia (1946-47) 
Navy (1932-33) 
Duke (1-3-98) 



Score 

138-72 

113-49 

118-55 

113-53 

110-52 

99-42 

99-42 

115-60 

91-38 

113-62 

92-41 

94-44 

106-57 

117-70 

120-73 

96-50 

127-82 

97-53 

108-65 

108-67 

109-69 

103-63 

122-82 

99-59 

81-41 



Score 

85-22 
78-25 
59-15 

102-62 
80-41 
81-43 
58-21 

104-72 




Tom McMillen played on three teams which surpassed the 100-point mark a 
total of 17 times. 



100- Point Games 

Total 100 Point Games: 83 
Most in a Season: 

8(1973-74) 
Most Consecutive 100 
Point Games: 3 (1994-95) 
Last 100-Point Game: 

December 22, 1997 
(vs. UNC-Asheville) 

Score Opponent 

1997-98 (4) 



102-74 
117-70 



104-66 



110-52 



Mt. St. Mary's 
Florida 
International 
Md.- 
Baltimore 
County 
UNC- 
Asheville 



1996-97 (2) 

108-67 Lafavette 

103-73 Penn 



1995-96 

104-79 
104-66 

118-55 

1994-95 

102-64 
102-77 



113-53 
120-73 
138-72 

1993-94 

109-71 
102-70 

1992-93 

103-80 



(3) 



American 
Md.-Eastern 
Shore 
Delaware St. 



(5) 



Bucknell 
Md.- 
Baltimore 
County 
Colgate 
Towson State 
Morgan State 



(2) 



Towson State 
NC State 



(3) 



103-63 
109-69 

1991-92 

115-60 

101-91 

1990-91 

104-100 

1989-90 

105-74 

104-86 

110-91 

111-114 
113-61 



Md.- 
Baltimore 
County 
Morgan State 
Howard 



(2) 



(1) 



Md.-Eastern 

Shore 

West Virginia 

) 
NC State 



(5) 



1987-88 

117-51 

1986-87 

117-51 

1983-84 

102-77 

104-69 

108-65 

1982-83 

101-90 
106-94 



(1) 



(1) 



(3) 



(2) 



Augusta 

College 

George 

Mason 

Alcorn State 

Duke(OT) 

Md.- 
Baltimore 

County 
) 

Md.-Eastern 

Shore 
) 

Md.-Eastern 

Shore 
) 

vs. West 

Virginia 

Md.-Eastern 

Shore 

Johns 

Hopkins 
) 

at Duke 

North 

Carolina 



1980-81 (2) 
1 14-89 Marshall 
109-83 Fairleigh 
Dickinson 

1979-80 (3) 
101-82 Duke 
115-76 Miami (OH) 
113-79 Catholic 

1977-78(2) 

109-108 vs. NC State 

(3 0T) 
130-106 East Carolina 

1976-77(1) 

106-72 Bucknell 



1975-76 (7) 

105-91 

102-91 

102-84 

111-88 

104-69 

122-82 

127-84 

1974-75 (7) 

104-87 

103-82 

104-80 

103-85 

105-67 

113-49 

106-81 



Wake Forest 
Duke 
NC State 
Long Island 
Seton Hall 
Boston Univ. 
East Carolina 



E. Tennessee 
at Duquesne 
at Duke 
NC State 
Georgia Tech 
DePauw 
Richmond 



1973-74 
100-103 
105-85 

110-75 
104-83 
112-73 
102-75 
115-83 
106-57 

1972-73 

100-73 

105-76 

107-8Q 

127-82 

1971-72 

100-69 
103-67 

102-79 
118-96 

100-83 

1970-71 

111-77 
109-70 

1969-70 
103-85 

1965-66 

107-92 
107-81 

1959-60 

103-80 



(8) 



vs. NC State 
vs. North 
Carolina 
Virginia 
Duke 
Fordham 
Holy Cross 
Georgetown 
Eastern 
Kentucky 
) 

Long Island 
Wake Forest 
at Canisius 
Brown 



(4) 



15) 



Niagara 

Western 

Kentucky 

at Holy Cross 

at George 

Washington 

Brown 



(2) 



Miami (FL) 
Buffalo 



II! 



Clemson 



(2) 



(I) 



West Virginia 
at Geo. 
Washington 
) 
Yale 



Opponent 
100-Point Games 

Total 100-Point Games:31 
Most in a Season: 

5(1990-91) 
Most Consecutive 100- 
Point Games: 2 (1978-79) 
Last 100-Point Game: 
January 3, 1998 (Duke) 



Score 



Opponent 



1997-98(1) 

72-104 vs. Duke 

1995-96(1) 

78-100 at Florida 

State 
1994-95(2) 
90-100 at North 

Carolina 
91-100 at Georgia 

Tech 
1993-94(2) 
90-100 at North 

Carolina 
91-100 at Georgia 

Tech 
1992-93 (3) 
73-101 at North 

Carolina 
85-105 at Florida 

State 
66-102 vs. North 

Carolina 
1990-91 (5) 
85-100 vs. Boston 

College 
73-105 at North 

Carolina 

NC State 

at Duke 

at NC State 



104-100 

81-101 

91-114 



1989-90(2) 

111-114 Duke(OT) 
84-104 at Duke 

1987-88(1) 
82-104 at Georgia 
Tech 

1978-79(3) 
79-102 vs. North 
Carolina 
90-101 Canisus 
124-110 NC State 

1977-78 (3) 

109-108 NC State (3 

OT) 
90-101 at Geo. 

Washington 
130-106 East Carolina 

1973-74(1) 

100-103 NC State 

1972-73(1) 

89-103 vs. Providence 

1970-71 (2) 
76-100 North 

Carolina 
70-105 at North 

Carolina 

1969-70(2) 

68-101 South 

Carolin.i 

87-107 at North 
Carolina 

1968-69(1) 

87-107 at North 
Carolina 

1963-64(1) 
72-104 Duke 



138 






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1 








TERP RECORDS 


















Ma 


ir 


ylan 


d 


Y 


e< 


ir 


-by 


-Ye 


iar 






YEAR 


GP 


w 

/—TOTAL—/ 

FGM-FGA .PCT 


/— 3PT— 
FGM-FGA 


/ 

.PCT 


w 
FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


OFF 
REBS 


DEF 
REBS 


TOTAL 
REBS-AVG 


TOTAL 
PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 .1 


98 


— 




— 


450-663 




.679 


— 


— 





— 


— 


— 


1412-52.3 


1951-52 


not available 






























1952-53 


23 


487-1285 .379 


— 




— 


432-698 




.617 


— 


— 





— 


— 


— 


1406-61.1 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 .429 


— 




— 


532-787 




.648 


— 


— 





— 


— 


— 


1959-65.3 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 .398 


— 




— 


447-682 




.657 


— 


— 





— 


— 


1178-49.0 


1573-65.5 


1955-56 


24 


550-1382 .398 


— 




— 


500-744 




672 


— 


— 





— 


— 


1158-48.3 


1600-66.7 


1956-57 


26 


597-1414 .422 


— 




— 


486-679 




716 


— 


— 





— 


— 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 .416 


— 




— 


590-858 


.688 


— 


— 


— 





— 


— 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 


1958-59 


23 


502-1262 .398 


— 




— 


361-545 


.655 


— 


— 


— 





— 


— 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 .418 


— 




— 


399-534 


.747 


— 


— 


— 





— 


— 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 A 


24 


— 




— 


491-659 


.745 


— 


— 


— 





— 


— 


1143-44.0 


1747-67.2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 .432 


— 




— 


474-644 


.736 


— 


— 


— 





— 


— 


1082-43.3 


1748-69.9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 .398 


— 




— 


337-496 


.679 


— 


— 


— 


332- 


— 





888-42.3 


1349-64.2 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 .437 


— 




— 


397-572 


.694 


— 


— 


— 


512-16 


— 





1058-40.7 


1825-70.2 


1964-65 


26 


726-1596 .455 


— 




— 


457-634 


.720 


— 


— 


— 


435-15 


— 





1162-44.7 


1909-73.4 


1965-66 


25 


705-1535 .459 


— 




— 


381-560 


.680 


— 


— 


— 


449-18 


— 


— 


1107-44.3 


1791-71.6 


1966-67 


25 


637-1448 .439 


— 




— 


350-479 


.730 


— 


— 


— 


378-5 


— 


— 


884-35.3 


1624-64.9 


1967-68 


24 


653-1678 .389 


— 




— 


346-519 


.667 


— 


— 


— 


457-21 


— 


— 


1058-44.0 


1652-68.8 


1968-69 


26 


782-1842 .425 


— 




— 


485-657 


.738 


— 


— 


— 


487-15 


— 


— 


1068-45.1 


2049-78.8 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 .457 


— 




— 


417-586 


.712 


337 


— 


— 


458-17 


— 


— 


1174-45.1 


1979-76.1 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 .448 


— 




— 


480-715 


.671 


302 


— 


— 


442-13 


— 


— 


1106-42.5 


1950-75.0 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 .495 


— 




— 


586-786 


.746 


443 


— 


— 


490-10 


— 


— 


1154-44.4 


2444-76.4 


1972-73 


30 1089-2094 .520 


— 




— 


435-606 


.718 


557 


— 


— 


547-17 


— 


— 


1361-43.4 


2613-87.1 


1973-74 


28 1012-1983 .510 


— 




— 


376-504 


.746 


450 


— 


— 


492-10 


— 


— 


1368-45.4 


2400-85.7 


1974-75 


29 1049-1918 .547 


— 




— 


509-672 


.757 


413 


— 


— 


535-18 


— 


— 


1261-48.9 


2607-89.9 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 .537 







— 


477-629 


.758 


397 


— 


— 


562-20 


— 


— 


1126-43.5 


2469-88.2 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 .516 


— 




— 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


— 


— 


1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 .509 


— 




— 


433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


— 


— 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


1978-79 


27 


954-1897 .503 


— 




— 


430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


— 


— 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


30 


985-1789 .551 


— 




— 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


— 


— 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 .532 


— 




— 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


— 


— 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 .479 


— 




— 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


— 


— 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 .490 


— 




— 


496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


— 


— 


1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 


1983-84 


32 


941-1745 .539 


— 




— 


509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 


— 


— 


1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


1984-85 


37 1038-2065 .503 


— 




— 


526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


— 


— 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 .510 


— 




— 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


— 


— 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 .502 


122 


-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1633 .504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 .460 


88-: 


ill 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 1002-2073 .483 


110 


-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 


1990-91 


28 


814-1795 .454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


3734 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 


1991-92 


29 


848-1880 .451 


128 


-294 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 


1992-93 


29 


813-1907 .443 


106 


-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


22235-79.8 


1993-94 


30 


868-1901 .457 


141 


-401 


.352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


1994-95 


34 1035-2080 .498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 


1995-96 


30 


860-1917 .449 


185 


-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 


1996-97 


32 


836-1800 .465 


118-378 


.312 


616-904 


.691 


518 


112 


274 


600-18 


346 


793 


1226-38.3 


2406-75.2 


1997-98 


32 


908-1969 .461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


602 


158 


275 


637-28 


369 


793 


1271-39.7 


2520-78.8 g 

30 

-< 

3» 
O 

CO 

3> 



139 



9BHltUl 


> RECORD 


















U|J 


H 


Ullt 

/—TOTAL— 


I11T 


.3 I* 

/— 3PT— 


1 


ii-u 


y-i 


red 


1 






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 


not available 




























1952-53 


23 


369- 


— 


— 


— 


515-788 


.654 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1256-54.3 




1953-54 


30 


539- 


— 


— 


— 


594-888 


.668 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1672-55.7 




1954-55 


not available 




























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 




1996-97 


32 


752-1857 


.405 


195-601 


.325 


437-654 


.668 


425 


122 


229 


669-29 


335 


666 


1092-34.1 


2136-66.8 


3D 
-< 

3> 
O 

CO 

3> 
Ul 

^; 
m 

—i 

CO 


1997-98 


32 


799-1957 


.408 


220-667 


.330 


488-740 


.660 


421 


113 


233 


638-33 


398 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-72.1 



140 






• 



TERP RECORDS 



Teros v 


s. 


All Opp 


01 


nei 


It! 


s 


















■ ^» ■ mm *m V 




1983-84 85-72 H 


W 




24-39 


A 


L 




vs. Air Force 




vs. Buffalo 




vs. Clemson 






Maryland leads, 2-0 




Maryland leads, 4-0 




Maryland leads, 


72-42 




66-65 A 


W 


1930-31 


32-24 


H 


W 




1977-78 74-73 H 


W 


1969-70 97-77 H 


W 


1938-39 


45-35 


H 


W 


1984-85 94-84 H 


W 


1931-32 


20-18 


A 


W 




1978-89 81-68 A 


W 


1970-71 109-70 H 


W 




27-39 


N-sct 


L 


64-71 H 


L 


1932-33 


30-28 


H 


W 




vs. Alabama 




1971-72 82-58 H 


w 


1939-40 


53-26 


H 


W 


1985-86 78-69 H 


W 


1933-34 


37-33 


H 


W 




Maryland leads, 3-0 




1972-73 93-64 H 


w 




30-48 


A 


L 


60-70 A 


L 


1934-35 


39-48 


H 


L 




1924-25 27-21 N-sct 


w 


vs. California 




1940-41 


34-48 


H 


L 


1986-87 64-72 A 


L 


1935-36 


38-34 


H 


W 




1984-85 59-54 A 


w 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 




1947-48 


49-42 


H 


W 


79-80 H 


L 




47-35 


N-sct 


W 




1985-86 60-58 H 


w 


1996-97 80-64 N-fnbl 


w 




63-61 


A 


W 


1987-88 68-53 H 


W 


1936-37 


31-34 


A 


L 




vs. Alaska 




vs. California-Irvine 




1948-49 


74-50 


H 


W 


70-66 A 


w 




30-34 


A 


L 




Maryland leads, 1 -0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 






49-68 


A 


L 


1988-89 58-75 A 


L 


1937-38 


40-35 


H 


W 




1984-85 54-52 A-shoot 


w 


1990-91 93-79 H 


w 


1949-50 


55-60 


H 


L 


98-87 H 


W 




34-44 


A 


L 




vs. American 




vs. California-Los Angeles 






68-70 


A 


L 


1989-90 77-82 A 


L 




32-35 


N-sct 


L 




Maryland leads, 9- 1 




(UCLA) 




1950-51 


44-50 


A 


L 


73-75 H 


L 


1938-39 


37-34 


H 


W 




1926-27 16-21 A 


L 


UCLA leads, 4-1 






54-50 


H 


W 


1990-91 81-65 H 


W 




60-44 


A 


W 




1977-78 78-65 N-cap 


w 


1973-74 64-65 A 


L 




50-48 


N-sct 


W 


69-73 A 


L 


1939-40 


32-30 


H 


W 




1980-81 95-65 H 


w 


1974-75 75-81 H-mdinv 


L 


1953-54 


81-41 


A 


w 


1991-92 84-71 H 


W 




37-48 


A 


L 




1982-83 73-71 H 


w 


1981-82 57-90 A 


L 




79-54 


H 


w 


70-82 A 


L 




32-44 


N-sct 


L 




1990-91 72-69 H 


w 


1982-83 80-79 






75-59 


N-acc. 


1 w 


81-75 N-accl 


W 


1940-41 


26-40 


H 


L 




1991-92 93-68 H 


w 


(2 0T) H 


W 


1954-55 


71-63 


A 


w 


1992-93 72-82 A 


L 




17-43 


A 


L 




1992-93 98-67 H 


w 


1995-96 63-73 N-wood 


I. 




68-66 


H 


w 


73-81 H 


L 


1941-42 


33-37 


A 


L 




1994-95 98-77 H 


w 


vs. California-Santa Barbara 


1955-56 


71-63 


A 


w 


1993-94 67-73 A 


L 




46-64 


H 


L 




1995-96 104-79 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 






81-69 


H 


w 


73-53 H 


W 


1942-43 


43-46 


H 


L 




1996-97 81-74 H 


w 


1987-88 92-82 N-ncaa3 


w 


1956-57 


59-52 


A 


w 


1994-95 56-51 A 


W 


1944-45 


24-51 


A 


L 




vs. Appalachian State 




vs. Cal-State Sacramento 






74-65 


H 


w 


84-68 H 


w 




49-76 


N-sct 


L 




Maryland leads, 2-0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1957-58 


66-73 


A 


L 


1995-96 65-60 H 


w 


1945-46 


25-59 


A 


L 




1974-75 96-50 H 


w 


1989-90 98-68 N-cham 


w 




72-54 


H 


W 


61-68 A 


L 




45-38 


H 


W 




1976-77 76-74 H 


w 


vs. Canisius 




1958-59 


46-55 


A 


L 


1996-97 63-67 H 


L 


1946-47 


38-40 


H 


L 




vs. Arizona 




Maryland leads, 7-0 






77-58 


H 


w 


68-80 A 


L 


1947-48 


42-53 


A 


L 




Arizona leads, 2-0 




1971-72 86-77 H 


w 


1959-60 


70-55 


H 


w 


76-61 N-accl 


W 


1949-50 


46-58 


A 


L 




1963-64 54-57 N-evans 


L 


1972-73 107-80 A 


w 




66-59 


A 


w 


1997-98 65-78 A 


L 




67-57 


H 


W 




1997-98 79-87 N-ncaa20 


L 


1973-74 86-73 H 


w 


1960-61 


59-76 


A 


L 


74-69 H 


W 


1950-51 


40-49 


H 


L 




vs. Arizona State 




1978-79 129-103 H 


w 




82-80 


H 


W 


vs. Cleveland State 




1951-52 


51-56 


A 


L 




The series is tied, 1 - 1 




1981-82 91-73 H 


w 




91-75 


N-acc3 W 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






48-51 


N 


L 




1953-54 65-50 A 


w 


1982-83 67-66 A 


w 


1961-62 


61-73 


A 


L 


1984-85 95-84 H 


w 


1952-53 


74-65 


N 


W 




1994-95 90-97 N-maui 


I. 


1983-84 77-55 H 


w 




68-75 


H 


L 


vs. Columbia 




1953-54 


61-68 


H 


L 




vs. Arkansas 




vs. Catholic 




1962-63 


60-62 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1954-55 


49-47 


H 


W 




The series is tied, 1 - 1 




Maryland leads, 12-10 






69-67 


H 


W 


1924-25 24-23 A 


w 




61-68 


A 


L 




1987-88 88-61 H 


w 


1910-11 35-30 H 


w 


1963-64 


56-48 


H 


W 


1963-64 82-76 N-evan 


w 


1955-56 


62-76 


A 


L 




1988-89 68-73 A 


L 


1913-14 NA A 


L 




68-83 


A 


L 


vs. Connecticut 






70-82 


H 


L 




vs. Army 




NA H 


L 




67-81 


N-acc3 L 


Connecticut leads, 2-0 






69-94 


N-acc3 


L 




Maryland leads, 3- 1 




1918-19 7-25 NA 


L 


1964-65 


67-65 


A 


W 


1989-90 65-87 N-accbe2 


L 


1956-57 


62-51 


H 


W 




1966-67 57-54 N-ci 


W 


12-14 NA 


L 




88-71 


H 


W 


1994-95 89-99 N-ncaal6 


L 




60-72 


A 


L 




1969-70 54-69 H-mdinv 


L 


1923-24 13-30 NA 


L 




61-50 


N-acc~ 


W 


vs. Coppin State 




1957-58 


74-49 


H 


W 




1977-78 99-77 H 


W 


14-20 NA 


L 


1965-66 


66-71 


A 


L 


Coppin leads, 1-0 






59-68 


A 


L 




1989-90 78-60 N-cfc 


w 


1924-25 18-14 A 


W 




69-81 


H 


L 


1989-90 63-70 H 


L 




71-65 








vs. Augusta College 




27-17 H 


w 


1966-67 


68-48 


H 


W 


vs. Cornell 






(OT) 


N-acc3 


W 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1929-30 37-30 H 


w 




61-65 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1958-59 


64-31 


H 


W 




1989-90 105-74 H 


w 


1930-31 24-21 A 


w 


1967-68 


93-94 


A 


L 


1993-94 92-41 H 


W 




69-78 


A 


L 




vs. Ball State 




1931-32 39-34 H 


w 




81-68 


H 


W 


vs. Creighton 




1959-60 


56-48 


A 


W 




Maryland leads, 1-0 




1932-33 27-29 A 


L 


1968-69 


83-78 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 






71-61 


H 


W 




1976-77 86-70 H 


w 


1933-34 33-25 H 


W 




84-83 


A 


w 


1974-75 83-79 N-ncaa4 


W 


1960-61 


62-70 


A 


L 




vs. Baltimore City 




1934-35 29-45 A 


L 


1969-70 


75-68 


A 


w 


vs. Davidson 






76-71 


H 


W 




Maryland leads, 2-1 




1935-36 29-40 H 


L 




103-85 


H 


w 


The series is tied, 1-1 




1961-62 


68-84 


A 


L 




1913-14 NA H 


L 


1937-38 49-33 H 


W 


1970-71 


56-52 


H 


w 


1966-67 66-65 A-ci 


W 




53-79 


H 


L 




1935-36 55-33 H 


W 


1938-39 40-38 A 


W 




45-51 


A 


L 


1968-69 69-83 A-ci 


L 




58-71 


N-acc3 


L 




1937-38 50-32 A 


w 


1939-40 46-31 H 


W 


1971-72 


61-63 


A 


L 


vs. Dayton 




1962-63 


56-92 


A 


L 




vs. Biscayne College 




1943-44 33-31 H 


W 




67-57 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-1 






70-76 


H 


L 




Maryland leads, 1 -0 




33-53 A 


L 




54-52 


N-acci 


w 


1965-66 77-75 N-sb 


W 


1963-64 


72-104 


H 


L 




1978-79 86-60 H 


w 


1979-80 113-79 H 


w 


1972-73 


79-75 


A 


w 


1983-84 61-59 H 


W 




63-84 


A 


L 




vs. Boston College 




vs. Central Florida 






69-66 


H 


w 


1984-85 63-67 A 


L 


1964-65 


64-82 


A 


L 




Maryland leads, 3- 1 




Maryland leads, 1 -0 






77-61 


N-aca 


w 


vs. Delaware 






85-82 


H 


W 




1957-58 86-63 N-ncaal 


w 


1986-87 73-55 H 


w 


1973-74 


89-60 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-1 




1965-66 


61-76 


A 


L 




1973-74 58-37 H-mdinv 


w 


vs. Chaminade 






56-54 


A 


w 


1910-11 14-23 A 


L 




69-74 


H 


L 




1983-84 89-76 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 




1974-75 


82-83 


A 


L 


1969-70 94-58 H 


W 


1966-67 


69-72 


H 


L 




1990-91 85-100 N-accbel 


I. 


1994-95 95-67 N-maui 


w 




70-64 


H 


W 


1970-71 86-73 H 


W 




58-81 


A 


L 




vs. Boston University 




vs. College of Charleston 




1975-76 


77-82 


H 


L 


vs. Delaware College 




1967-68 


52-84 


H 


L 




Maryland leads, 2-1 




Charleston leads, 1-0 






98-89 


A 


W 


Delaware College leads, 1-0 






64-85 


A 


L 




1975-76 122-82 H 


w 


1996-97 66-75 N-ncaal8 


L 


1976-77 


71-93 


A 


L 


1913-14 NA A 


L 


1968-69 


85-96 


A 


L 




1989-90 61-65 N-bg 


L 


vs. Chicago State 






84-78 


H 


W 


vs. Delaware State 






83-93 


H 


L 




1990-91 85-59 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 




1977-78 


90-75 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1969-70 


52-50 


H 


W 




vs. Brown 




1996-97 94-44 H 


w 




80-75 


A 


W 


1989-90 87-53 H 


W 




76-87 


A 


L 




Maryland leads, 3-0 




vs. City College of New York 




1978-79 


77-63 


A 


W 


1995-96 118-55 H 


W 


1970-71 


88-79 


A 


W 




1971-72 100-83 H 


w 


The series is tied, 1-1 






77-69 


H 


W 


vs. DePaul 






67-70 


H 


L 




1972-73 127-82 H 


w 


1924-25 22-16 H 


w 




75-67 


N-acc2 


W 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 




1971-72 


77-58 


H 


W 


s 


1979-80 72-59 H 


w 


1941-42 40-57 A 


L 


1979-80 


84-83 


H 


W 


1976-77 92-74 H 


W 




59-68 


A 


L 


30 


vs. Bucknell 




vs. Cincinnati 






81-90 


A 


L 


vs. DePauw 




1972-73 


81-85 


A 


L 


T— 


Maryland leads, 6-0 




Maryland leads, 2-0 






91-85 


Nacc2 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






96-68 


H 


W 


Z 


1976-77 106-72 H 


w 


1954-55 78-61 N-aacity 


w 


1980-81 


68-62 


A 


W 


1974-75 113-49 H 


W 


1973-74 


104-83 


H 


W 


o 


1977-78 95-62 H 


w 


1994-95 74-72 N-ald 


w 




72-70 


H 


W 


1975-76 99-42 H 


W 




64-61 


A 


W 


03 


1978-79 107-97 H 


w 


vs. The Citadel 




1981-82 


62-57 


H 


W 


vs. Duke 






85-66 


N-acc2 


W 


1979-80 95-73 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






66-75 


A 


L 


Duke leads, 88-51 




1974-75 


83-77 


H 


W 


m 


1986-87 77-68 H 


w 


1937-38 45-43 N-sct 


w 


1982-83 


80-61 


A 


W 


1925-26 41-20 H 


w 




104-80 


A 


w 




1994-95 102-64 H 


w 








92-88 


H 


W 


1929-30 27-28 H 


L 


1975-76 


102-91 
67-69 


H 

A 


w 

L 


I> 



141 



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80-78 


>. 


mi vpp 

Maryland leads, 4-0 


Ul 


IICI 

1953-54 


68-61 


H 


W 


1964-65 85-67 


A 


W 


vs. Hawaii 




(OT) N-acc5 


w 


1980-81 109-83 H 


W 




57-50 


A 


W 


1965-66 77-59 


H 


W 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1976-77 65-64 A 


w 


1985-86 74-51 H 


W 


1954-55 


53-75 


A 


L 


1966-67 49-80 


A 


L 


1984-85 79-71 A-rain 


W 


85-72 H 


w 


1986-87 70-59 H 


w 




67-73 


H 


L 


1967-68 68-60 


H 


W 


1996-97 76-59 A-rain 


W 


1977-78 78-88 H 


I 


1997-98 81-70 H 


w 


1955-56 


62-48 


H 


W 


1969-70 81-71 


H 


w 


vs. Hawaii-Pacific 




70-81 A 


L 


vs. Florida 






67-46 


A 


W 


1970-71 79-92 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




69-81 N-acc2 


L 


Florida leads, 1-0 




1956-57 


68-48 


A 


W 


1971-72 79-46 


H 


W 


1985-86 92-85 A-hpac 


w 


1978-79 78-87 A 


L 


1931-32 24-39 N-sct 


L 




84-67 


H 


W 


1972-73 99-73 


A 


w 


vs. Hofstra 




70-68 H 


W 


vs. Florida International 




1957-58 


64-55 


H 


W 


1973-74 115-83 


H 


w 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




1979-80 101-82 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1958-59 


65-66 






1974-75 104-71 


A 


w 


1981-82 94-59 H 


w 


61-66 A 


L 


1997-98 117-70 H 


w 




(OT) 


H 


L 


1975-76 72-63 


A 


w 


1993-94 93-67 N-hf 


w 


72-73 N-acc2 


L 


vs. Florida State 




1959-60 


64-57 






1977-78 91-87 


N 


w 


vs. Holy Cross 




1980-81 94-79 H 


IV 


Maryland leads, 10-5 






(OT) 


A 


W 


1978-79 65-68 


N 


L 


Maryland leads, 4-0 




54-55 A 


L 


1991-92 83-91 






86-84 


H 


W 


1979-80 71-83 


N-armory I 


1971-72 102-79 A 


w 


56-53 N-acc5 


W 


(OT) H 


L 


1960-61 


80-68 


H 


w 


68-74 


N-ncaa2 


L 


1973-74 102-75 H-mdinv 


w 


1981-82 40-36 A 


w 


93-85 A 


W 




44-63 


A 


L 


1993-94 84-83 






1982-83 55-53 N-wor 


w 


77-60 H 


w 


1992-93 85-105 A 


L 


1961-62 


67-56 


A 


W 


(OT) 


A-cap 


W 


1984-85 99-75 H 


w 


1982-83 67-86 H 


L 


84-87 H 


L 




81-67 


H 


W 


vs. Georgia 






vs. Houston 




101-90 A 


w 


1993-94 80-74 H 


W 


1962-63 


74-72 


H 


W 


Georgia leads, 4-2 




The series is tied, 1-1 




1983-84 81-75 A 


w 


69-66 A 


W 




68-67 


A 


W 


1923-24 25-29 


N-sct 


L 


1965-66 69-68 N-sb 


w 


84-89 H 


L 


1994-95 70-57 A 


W 


1963-64 


80-76 


A 


W 


1926-27 34-33 


H 


W 


1982-83 50-60 N-ncaalO 


L 


74-62 N-acc2 


w 


80-65 H 


w 


1964-65 


82-80 


H 


W 


1930-31 26-25 


N-sct 


W 


vs. Howard 




1984-85 78-76 




71-64 N-accl 


w 


1965-66 


107-81 


A 


W 


1932-33 36-40 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




(OT) H 


w 


1995-96 78-100 A 


L 


1966-67 


78-52 


H 


W 


1981-82 69-83 


N-nit 


L 


1992-93 109-69 H 


w 


62-70 A 


L 


88-78 H 


W 


1967-68 


84-53 


A 


w 


1996-97 65-73 


N-rain 


L 


1995-96 88-71 H 


w 


73-86 N-acc4 


L 


1996-97 70-74 A 


L 


1968-69 


99-96 


H 


w 


vs. Georgia State 






1996-97 93-55 H 


w 


1985-86 75-81 H 


L 


73-57 H 


W 


1969-70 


92-71 


A 


w 


Maryland leads, 


1-0 




vs. Illinois 




68-80 A 


L 


1997-98 81-74 H 


w 


1970-71 


69-67 


H 


w 


1988-89 69-62 


N-free 


W 


The series is tied, 1-1 




1986-87 61-85 H 


L 


68-62 A 


w 


1971-72 


118-96 


A 


w 


vs. Georgia Tech 






1983-84 70-72 N-ncaal2 


L 


67-76 A 


L 


vs. Fordham 




1972-73 


88-79 


H 


w 


Georgia Tech leads, 28-21 




1997-98 67-61 N-ncaal9 


w 


1987-88 72-69 A 


W 


Maryland leads, 7- 1 




1973-74 


92-71 


A 


w 


1972-73 90-55 


H-mdinv 


W 


vs. Indiana 




83-90 H 


L 


1956-57 62-68 H 


L 


1975-76 


82-72 


A 


w 


1974-75 105-67 


H-mdinv 


w 


Indiana leads, 3-0 




1988-89 72-82 H 


1. 


1957-58 61-58 A 


W 


1976-77 


76-86 


H 


L 


1975-76 93-65 


H 


w 


1933-34 17-30 H 


L 


60-86 A 


I 


1959-60 76-54 N-blgr 


w 


1977-78 


90-101 


A 


L 


- 1977-78 65-63 


H-mdinv 


w 


1934-35 25-30 H 


L 


1989-90 80-91 A 


L 


1969-70 94-71 H-mdinv 


w 


1978-79 


84-72 


H 


w 


1979-80 70-60 


H 


w 


1959-60 63-72 N-blgr 


L 


111-114 




1972-73 83-72 A 


w 


1995-96 


98-81 


N-fnbl W 


83-74 


A 


w 


1980-81 64-99 N-ncaa7 


L 


(OT) H 


L 


1973-74 112-73 H 


w 


1996-97 


74-68 


N-fhbl W 


51-49 






vs. Iowa 




84-104 N-accl 


L 


1974-75 65-46 A 


w 


1997-98 


66-70 


N-fnb 


2 L 


(OT) 


N-acc2 


w 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1990-91 78-94 H 


1 


1975-76 81-56 H 


w 


vs. Georgetown 






1980-81 66-55 


A 


w 


1984-85 78-68 




81-101 A 


I 


vs. Gallaudet 




Maryland leads, 32-25 




72-64 


H 


w 


(OT) N-rain 


W 


1991-92 66-83 H 


L 


The series is tied, 7-7 




1910-11 


25-31 


A 


L 


1981-82 43-45 


H 


L 


vs. Jacksonville 




89-91 A 


L 


1910-11 30-56 A 


L 


1913-14 


NA 


A 


L 


63-64 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 2-1 




87-94 N-accl 


L 


27-54 H 


L 


1934-35 


24-25 


H 


L 


1982-83 77-68 


H 


W 


1971-72 91-77 N-nitl 


W 


1992-93 62-78 H 


L 


1913-14 NA A 


L 


1935-36 


47-39 


A 


W 


60-70 


A 


I 


1989-90 68-53 H 


W 


79-95 A 


L 


NA A 


L 


1936-37 


27-39 


H 


L 


58-64 


N-acc4 


L 


1990-91 70-71 A 


L 


1993-94 62-75 A 


L 


NA H 


L 


1937-38 


39-57 


A 


L 


1983-84 70-71 






vs. lames Madison 




69-73 H 


L 


1918-19 27-26 NA 


W 


1938-39 


25-39 


H 


L 


(20T) 


A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1994-95 74-72 H 


W 


9-33 NA 


L 


1939-40 


28-27 


A 


W 


79-74 


H 


W 


1986-87 90-76 A 


W 


94-92 A 


w 


1923-24 42-28 NA 


W 


1940-41 


34-51 


A 


L 


1984-85 69-70 


N-rain 


L 


vs. Johns Hopkins 




1995-96 73-83 A 


L 


1924-25 25-14 H 


W 


1941-42 


51-42 


A 


W 


60-72 


H 


L 


Maryland leads, 15-4 




75-77 H 


L 


1925-26 40-13 H 


W 


1942-43 


36-46 


H 


L 


43-48 


A 


I. 


1927-28 20-22 A 


L 


82-69 N-acc2 


W 


1926-27 39-26 H 


W 


1947-48 


40-52 


A 


L 


1985-86 67-68 


A 


L 


23-19 H 


W 


1996-97 74-70 H 


W 


1927-28 45-20 H 


W 


1948-49 


51-53 


A 


L 


70-77 


H 


L 


1928-29 20-30 H 


L 


69-81 A 


L 


1930-31 38-27 H 


W 




52-56 


H 


L 


62-64 


N-acc2 


L 


19-18 A 


W 


1997-98 72-104 H 


L 


1944-45 26-27 H 


L 


1949-50 


71-65 


A 


W 


1986-87 72-76 


A 


L 


1929-30 41-24 H 


w 


59-86 A 


L 


vs. George Mason 




1950-51 


58-47 


H 


W 


74-78 


H 


L 


39-24 A 


w 


vs. Duquesne 




Maryland leads, 3-0 




1951-52 


55-40 


H 


W 


1987-88 83-96 


H 


L 


1930-31 33-20 A 


w 


Maryland leads, 6-0 




1981-82 74-62 H 


W 




61-71 


A 


L 


82-104 


A 


L 


1931-32 33-26 A 


w 


1971-72 85-71 H 


W 


1985-86 81-80 A 


w 


1952-53 


45-54 


H 


L 


84-67 


N-acc2 


W 


38-24 H 


w 


1972-73 81-71 A 


W 


1989-90 104-86 N-cham 


w 




48-49 


A 


L 


1988-89 74-87 


A 


L 


1932-33 27-37 A 


L 


1973-74 98-72 H 


w 


vs. George Washington 




1953-54 


56-58 






66-67 


H 


L 


35-31 H 


w 


1974-75 103-82 A 


w 


Maryland leads, 33-24 






(OT) 


A 


L 


1989-90 84-90 


H 


L 


1933-34 32-37 A 


L 


1982-83 85-64 H 


w 


1913-14 NA H 


L 




53-50 


H 


W 


78-80 


A 


L 


32-19 H 


W 


1983-84 78-67 A 


w 


1918-19 11-25 NA 


L 


1954-55 


60-43 


H 


W 


1990-91 65-80 


A 


L 


1934-35 41-35 A 


w 


vs. East Carolina 




20-53 NA 


L 


1955-56 


62-57 






96-93 


H 


W 


52-25 H 


w 


Maryland leads, 6-0 




1923-24 41-22 NA 


W 




(OT) 


A 


w 


1991-92 67-92 


A 


L 


1935-36 45-40 H 


w 


1975-76 127-84 H 


w 


19-20 NA 


I. 




72-61 


H 


w 


65-67 


H 


L 


1936-37 54-31 H 


w 


1976-77 80-69 H 


w 


1938-39 24-37 A 


L 


1956-57 


82-69 


H 


w 


1992-93 75-85 


H 


L 


1937-38 56-30 H 


w 


1977-78 1 30-1 06 H 


w 


1939-40 26-44 H 


L 




62-59 


A 


w 


79-93 


A 


L 


1983-84 108-65 H 


w 


1978-79 82-71 H 


w 


1940-41 28-61 A 


L 


1957-58 


55-45 


A 


w 


1993-94 91-88 


A 


W 


vs. Kansas 




1979-80 85-72 H 


w 


1941-42 29-47 H 


L 




56-46 


H 


w 


71-83 


H 


L 


Kansas leads, 3-1 




1987-88 75-59 H 


w 


1942-43 43-48 A 


L 


1958-59 


61-53 


H 


w 


1994-95 80-67 


H 


W 


1964-65 61-63 H (OT) 


L 


vs. Eastern Kentucky 




1945-46 48-35 H 


W 




67-56 


A 


w 


91-100 


A 


L 


1965-66 62-71 A 


L 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1946-47 44-43 h 


w 


1959-60 


59-48 


H 


w 


1995-96 84-98 


A 


L 


1984-85 56-58 N-shoot 


L 


^ 1973-74 106-57 H 


w 


48-63 H 


L 




51-66 


A 


L 


88-74 


H 


W 


1997-98 86-83 N-fnb2 


W 


vs. East Tennessee State 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
z 1974-75 104-87 H 




1947-48 49-65 A 


L 


1960-61 


78-67 


A 


w 


79-84 


N-acc2 


L 


vs. Kansas State 






35-59 H 


L 




55-47 


H 


w 


1996-97 77-63 


H 


W 


Kansas State leads, 1 -0 




w 


1948-49 54-66 H 


L 


1961-62 


78-79 






76-68 


A 


W 


1965-66 63-57 A 


L 


<=> 1989-90 91-86 N-cham 


w 


1949-50 51-72 H 


L 




(2 0T) 


H 


L 


1997-98 70-67 


A 


W 


vs. Kentucky 




ro vs. Evansville 




1950-51 47-67 A 


L 




83-70 


A 


w 


81-69 


H 


w 


Kentucky leads, 6-3 




The series is tied, 1-1 




1951-52 56-57 H 


L 


1962-63 


70-79 


A 


L 


83-65 


N-acc2 


w 


1927-28 37-7 H 


W 


1953-54 66-58 N-aacity 


w 


1952-53 62-63 






73-72 


H 


W 


vs. Gonzaga 






1929-30 21-26 N-sct 


L 


OT 1991-92 64-75 N-fiesta 


L 


(2 0T) A 


L 


1963-64 


72-83 


A 


L 


Maryland leads. 


1-0 




1930-31 29-27 N-sct 


W 


3> 


vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 




66-53 H 


W 




78-81 


H 


L 


1994-95 87-63 


N-ncaal5 


w 


1955-56 61-62 H 


L 



142 



1956-57 55-76 A 
1957-58 71-62 H 
1958-59 56-58 A(OT) 
1987-88 81-90 N-ncaa3 
1995-96 84-96 N-to 
vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 
1953-54 54-37 A-aacity 
vs. Kent State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1972-73 76-58 H 
vs. Lafayette 
Maryland leads, 4-0 
1924-25 30-15 H 
1981-82 82-58 H 
1990-91 64-48 H 
1996-97 108-67 H 
vs. Lamar 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 74-65 N-sbt 
vs. La Salle 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1983-84 96-83 H-mdinv 
1992-93 93-76 A 
1994-95 96-80 H 
vs. Lehigh 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1970-71 85-66 H 
vs. Long Island 
Maryland leads, 7-0 



1971- 

1972-73 

1974-75 

1975-76 

1976-77 

1977-78 

1981-82 



78-60 

1110-73 

99-84 

111-88 

49-45 

94-64 

87-79 
vs. Louisiana State 
The series is tied, 2-2 



11 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1930-31 37-33 
1963-64 75-65 
1987-88 54-55 
1988-89 77-79 
vs. Louisville 
Louisville leads, 5-1 



N-sct 
N-vpi 
A 
H 



1961-62 
1974-75 
1978-79 
1980-81 
1991-92 
1992-93 



N-sb 

N-ncaal3 

H 

A 

A 

H 



W 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 



w 
w 

L 

L 



64-83 

82-96 

84-99 

67-78 

79-96 

72-67 
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 81-74 A W 

1987-88 74-60 N-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-ncaa6 W 
vs. Marshall 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1968-69 89-80 A-mit W 
1980-81 114-89 H-mdinv W 
vs. Md.-Baltimore County 
(UMBC) 
Maryland leads, 9-0 



1986-87 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1992-93 
1993-94 



'8-64 
78-66 
113-61 
92-66 
103-80 
89-80 



W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 



1994-95 102-77 H W 

1996-97 67-31 H W 

1997-98 104-66 W W 
vs. Md. -Eastern Shore (LIMES) 
Maryland leads, 13-0 

1979-80 82-58 H W 

1980-81 81-65 H W 

1981-82 76-64 H W 

1982-83 91-70 H W 

1983-84 104-69 H W 

1984-85 87-48 H W 

1985-86 91-44 H W 

1986-87 117-51 H W 

1987-88 101-51 H W 

1988-89 97-53 H W 

1991-92 115-60 H W 

1992-93 94-63 H W 

1995-96 104-66 H W 
vs. Massachusetts 
Massachusetts leads, 4-2 
1989-90 91-81 H-nit 
1993-94 80-94 N-hf 



W 
L 

W 
L 

L 
L 



W 



1993-94 95-87 N-ncaa5 
1994-95 74-85 N-bal 
1995-96 47-50 N-fnbl 
1996-97 61-78 N-wor 
vs. Memphis State 
Memphis State leads, 2-0 
1957-58 46-47 

(30T) N-sb 
1966-67 53-55 A-msi 
vs. Miami (Fla.) 
The series is tied, 3-3 
1953-54 63-57 A 
1961-62 71-68 A 
1964-65 73-80 A-hc 
1967-68 73-93 A 
1968-69 85-92 N-mit 
1970-71 111-77 H 
vs. Miami (Ohio) 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1979-80 115-76 H-mdinv 
1985-85 69-68 

(OT) N-ncaa7 W 
vs. Michigan 
Michigan leads, 3-1 
1926-27 25-39 A L 

1933-34 29-25 H W 

1937-38 26-33 H L 

1993-94 71-78 N-ncaal4 L 
vs. Michigan State 
Michigan State leads, 1-0 
1955-56 75-95 H-mwf L 
vs. Minnesota 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1960-61 64-53 A W 

1961-62 75-69 H W 

vs. Mississippi 
The series is tied, 1-1 
1928-29 35-37 NA L 

1987-88 74-69 N-mci W 
vs. Mississippi State 
Mississippi State leads, 3-0 
1925-26 19-22 N-sc L 

1958-59 45-56 N-sb L 

1961-62 62-64 N-sb L 

vs. Missouri 
Missouri leads, 3-1 
1987-88 85-93 A L 

1988-89 73-87 H L 

1995-96 91-72 H W 

1997-98 79-83 A L 

vs. Monmouth (N.J.) 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 74-70 H W 

vs. Montana State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1956-57 89-72 N-aacitv W 
vs. Morgan State 
Maryland leads, 4-0 
1988-89 73-61 H W 

1992-93 103-63 H W 

1993-94 85-62 H W 

1994-95 138-72 H W 



vs. Mount Saint Joseph 
Mt. St. Joseph's leads, 2- 1 

1910-11 22-20 H 

1913-14 NA H 

NA A 
vs. Mount Saint Mary's 
Maryland leads, 3-0 

1987-88 82-54 A 

1991-92 83-53 H 

1997-98 102-74 H 
vs. Navy 

Maryland leads, 30-26 

1924-25 16-23 A 

1925-26 21-12 A 

1926-27 30-32 A 

1927-28 26-35 A 

1928-29 30-27 A 

1929-30 43-39 A 

1930-31 33-36 A 

1931-32 26-15 H 

1932-33 21-59 A 

1933-34 27-46 A 

1934-35 36-43 A 

1935-36 32-20 A 

1936-37 37-53 A 

1937-38 34-37 A 

1938-39 37-47 A 

1940-41 27-52 A 

1941-42 47-61 A 

1942-43 63-54 A 

1943-44 35-69 A 

1944-45 33-70 A 

1945-46 35-44 A 

1946-47 27-55 A 

1947-48 47-51 A 

1948-49 46-52 A 

1949-50 62-75 A 

1950-51 47-51 A 

1951-52 48-45 A 

1952-53 47-51 A 
1953-54 61-60 

(OT) A 

1954-55 60-54 A 

1955-56 80-61 H 

1956-57 55-56 A 

1957-58 88-58 H 

64-51 A 

1958-59 50-53 H 

1959-60 51-50 A 

1960-61 63-62 H 

1961-62 58-67 A 

1962-63 67-61 H 

1963-64 55-68 A 

1964-65 77-58 H 

70-57 A 

1965-66 74-69 H 

1966-67 76-72 H 

1968-69 68-72 A 

1969-70 73-57 H 

1971-72 85-60 A 

1972-73 76-67 A 

1973-74 72-50 A 

1974-75 83-73 A 

1975-76 87-69 A 

1976-77 64-54 N-cap 

1978-79 82-62 H 

1980-81 86-64 H 

1982-83 98-73 H 

1984-85 64-59 N-ncaa7 
vs. Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) 
Nevada Las Vegas leads, 4- 1 



1977-78 81-68 H 
1978-79 88-94 A 
1984-85 76-78 A 
1985-86 61-64 H 

64-70 N-ncaa8 
vs. New Mexico A8cM 
New Mexico A&M leads, 1-0 
1956-57 43-45 N-aacity 
vs. New York University 
NYU leads, 2-0 
1910-11 7-25 H 
1937-38 27-42 H 
vs. Niagara 



1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 



1928-29 
1929-30 



1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 

1937-38 
1938-39 



1941-42 
1942-43 



1944-45 
1945-46 



Maryland leads, 1 -0 

1971-72 100-69 N-nitl 

vs. North Carolina 

North Carolina leads, 103- 

1923-24 20-26 H 

16-21 H 

23-22 H 

28-0 H 

23-32 H 

23-19 A 

22-28 H 

36-33 H 

29-22 A 

1930-31 33-31 H 

19-18 N-sct 

1931-32 26-25 H 

26-32 A 

42-29 H 

24-28 H 

31-39 H 

32-44 H 

24-41 A 

35-44 H 

24-43 A 

34-32 H 

66-41 A 

1940-41 36-55 H 

29-44 A 

30-34 H 

47-40 H 

40-31 A 

28-53 A 

28-64 A 

31-33 H 

27-54 N-sct 

1946-47 42-58 A 

61-57 H 

1947-48 46-70 A 

47-5 1 H 

1948-49 47-55 A 

52-66 H 

61-79 N-sct 

1949-50 53-55 A 

56-69 H 

1950-51 67-59 A 

56-55 H 

1951-52 47-51 A 

71-51 H 

1952-53 49-59 A 

68-66 H 

1954-55 70-60 A 

63-61 H 

1955-56 62-68 H 

55-64 A 

1956-57 61-70 A 
61-65 

(20T) H 

1957-58 74-61 H 

59-66 A 

86-74 N-acc3 

1958-59 57-64 A 

69-51 H 

1959-60 66-75 H 

64-81 A 

1960-61 57-81 N-dc 

52-58 H 

56-63 A 

1961-62 79-62 H 

67-70 A 

1962-63 56-78 H 

68-82 A 

1963-64 88-97 A 

74-64 H 

1964-65 76-68 H 

90-81 A 

1965-66 52-67 A 

77-66 H 

70-77 N-acc3 

1966-67 77-85 A 

78-79 H 

1967-68 67-73 H 

60-83 A 

1968-69 87-107 A 

86-88 H 



4 3 





1969-70 


69-77 


H 


L 




w 




83-90 


A 


L 






1970-71 


79-105 


A 


L 








76-100 


H 


L 




L 


1971-72 


72-92 


A 


L 




L 




79-77 








W 




(OT) 


H 


W 




w 




64-73 


N-acc2 


L 




L 


1972-73 


94-88 


H 


\\ 




W 




85-95 


A 


L 




L 


1973-74 


73-82 


A 


L 




W 




91-80 


H 


W 




w 




105-85 


N-acc2 


w 




w 


1974-75 


66-69 


H 


L 




w 




96-74 


A 


W 




w 


1975-76 


93-95 








L 




(OT) 


A 


L 




w 




69-81 


H 


L 




L 


1976-77 


68-71 


H 


L 




L 




70-97 


A 


L 




L 


1977-78 


71-85 


A 


L 




L 




64-66 


H 


L 




L 


1978-79 


53-54 


H 


L 




I. 




67-76 


A 


L 




W 




79-102 


N-acc2 


L 




W 


1979-80 


92-86 


A 


W 




L 




70-69 


H 


W 




L 


1980-81 


66-75 


A 


L 




L 




63-76 


H 


L 




W 




60-61 


N-acc5 


L 




w 


1981-82 


50-66 


H 


L 




L 




56-59 


A 


L 




L 


1982-83 


71-72 


A 


L 




L 




106-94 


H 


W 




I. 


1983-84 


62-74 


H 


L 




L 




63-78 


A 


L 




W 


1984-85 


74-75 


H 


L 




L 




54-60 


A 


L 




L 


1985-86 


67-71 


H 


L 




L 




77-72 








L 




(OT) 


A 


W 




L 




85-75 


N-acc2 


w 




L 


1986-87 


86-93 


H 


L 




L 




65-98 


A 


L 




W 




63-82 


N-acc5 


L 




W 


1987-88 


65-71 


H 


L 




L 




73-74 


A 


L 




W 




64-74 


N-acc2 


L 




L 


1988-89 


72-88 


A 


L 




W 




75-86 


H 


L 




w 




58-88 


N-acc4 


L 




w 


1989-90 


98-88 


H 


W 




I. 




80-76 


A 


W 




I. 


1990-91 


73-105 


A 


L 




L 




75-87 


H 


L 






1991-92 


76-96 


A 


L 




L 




82-80 


H 


W 




W 


1992-93 


73-101 


A 


L 




L 




63-77 


H 


L 




W 




66-102 


N-accl 


L 




L 


1993-94 


70-75 


H 


L 




W 




89-95 


A 


L 




L 


1994-95 


90-100 


A 


1 




L 




86-73 


H 


W 




L 




92-97 








L 




(OT) 


N-accl 


L 




L 


1995-96 


86-88 


H 


L 




W 




84-78 


A 


W 




L 


1996-97 


85-75 


A 


W 




L 




81-93 


A 


L 




L 


1997-98 


89-83 








L 




(OT) 


H 


W 




W 




67-85 


A 


L 




w 




73-83 








w 

L 


(OT) N-acc2 L 
vs. North Carolina-AshevilJe 


30 


w 

L 


Marylan 
1997-98 


d leads, 

110-52 


-0 
H 


W 


-< 
2 


L 


vs. North Carolina - Charlotte 


o 


L 
L 
L 
L 
L 


Maryland leads, 
1975-76 70-60 


-0 

H 


vv 


CO 

s* 

:*; 

m 

— i 

CO 

i> 
i — 



143 



RECORD 



Terps vs. All Opponents 





vs. North Carolina - 






75-73 


A 


W 




Greensboro 








72-82 


N-acc2 


L 




Maryland leads. 


1-0 




1977-78 


82-88 


A 


L 




1991-92 


84-55 


H 


W 




73-80 


H 


L 




vs. North Carolina-Wilmington 




109-108 






Maryland leads, 


1-0 






(3 0T) 


N-acc2 


W 




1997-98 


74-36 


H 


W 


1978-79 


124-1 10 H 


W 




vs. North Carolina State 






82-81 








N.C. State leads, 66-55 






(2 0T) 


A 


w 




1924-25 


16-30 


N-sct 


L 


1979-80 


62-67 


A 


L 




1926-27 


23-38 


A 


L 




66-62 


H 


W 




1927-28 


36-24 


H 


W 


1980-81 


82-75 


H 


W 




1929-30 


26-28 


H 


L 




76-72 


A 


W 






21-19 


A 


W 


1981-82 


53-74 


A 


L 




1936-37 


33-35 


A 


L 




38-52 


H 


L 






41-35 


H 


W 




28-40 


N-acc2 


L 






35-42 


N-sct 


L 


1982-83 


86-81 


H 


W 




1938-39 


40-46 


A 


L 




67-58 


A 


W 






53-29 


N-sct 


W 


1983-84 


59-55 


A 


W 




1939-40 


43-36 


A 


W 




63-50 


H 


w 




1943-44 


23-42 


N-sct 


L 




69-63 


N-acc2 


w 




1944-45 


32-46 


A 


L 


1984-85 


58-56 


H 


w 






42-57 


H 


L 




71-70 


A 


w 




1945-46 


47-39 


A 


W 


1985-86 


55-67 


H 


L 






37-33 


H 


W 




67-66 


A 


w 




1946-47 


43-55 


N-sct 


L 


1986-87 


47-67 


A 


L 




1950-51 


45-54 


N-sct 


L 




72-85 


H 


L 




1954-55 


68-64 


H 


W 


1987-88 


81-83 


H 


L 






58-78 


A 


L 




68-74 


A 


L 




1955-56 


64-73 


H 


L 


1988-89 


67-90 


H 


L 






71-62 


A 


W 




77-94 


A 


L 




1956-57 


79-66 


H 


W 




71-49 


N-acc4 


W 






56-49 


A 


W 


1989-90 


61-81 


A 


L 




1957-58 


48-57 


H 


L 




96-95 


H 


W 






64-69 






1990-91 


104-100 H 


W 






(30T) 


A 


L 




91-114 


A 


L 




1958-59 


53-55 


H 


L 


1991-92 


88-94 


A 


L 






37-53 


A 


L 




77-74 


H 


W 




1959-60 


63-53 


H 


W 


1992-93 


70-65 


A 


W 






46-48 


A 


L 




88-71 


H 


W 






58-74 


N-acc3 


L 




76-55 


N-accl 


W 




1960-61 


67-75 


N-dc 


L 


1993-94 


102-70 


H 


W 






75-57 


H 


W 




71-79 


A 


L 






66-83 


A 


L 


1994-95 


84-67 


A 


w 




1961-62 


68-73 








84-71 


H 


w 






(OT) 


H 


L 


1995-96 


77-74 


H 


w 






61-68 


A 


L 




86-84 


A 


w 




1962-63 


74-76 


H 


L 


1996-97 


68-59 


A 


w 






59-79 


A 


L 




66-55 


H 


w 




1963-64 


72-62 


H 


W 




58-65 


N-accl 


L 






65-66 


A 


I, 


1997-98 


68-65 


A 


W 




1964-65 


62-63 


H 


L 




78-63 


H 


W 






67-73 


A 


L 


vs. Northeastern 










67-76 


N-acc3 


L 


Maryland leads, 


1-0 






1965-66 


59-48 


H 


W 


1985-86 


84-72 


H 


w 






58-60 






vs. Northwestern 










(OT) 


A 


L 


Northwestern leads, 1 -0 






1966-67 


54-38 


A 


W 


1958-59 


62-66 


A 


L 






60-55 


H 


W 


vs. Notre Dame 








1967-68 


62-75 


H 


L 


Notre Dame leads, 8-7 








52-68 


A 


L 


1974-75 


90-82 


H 


w 






54-63 


N-accl 


L 




83-71 


N-ncaaL : 


w 




1968-69 


69-85 


A 


L 


1975-76 


69-63 


A 


w 






81-86 


H 


L 


1976-77 


79-80 


H 


L 




1969-70 


57-91 


A 


L 


1977-78 


54-69 


A 


L 






54-64 


H 


L 


1978-79 


67-66 


H 


W 






57-67 


n-accl 


L 


1979-80 


63-64 


A 


L 




1970-71 


81-83 


H 


L 


1980-81 


70-73 


H 


L 






61-71 


A 


L 


1981-82 


51-55 


A 


L 




1971-72 


83-70 


H 


W 


1982-83 


68-67 


H 


W 






66-65 


A 


W 


1983-84 


47-52 


A 


L 




1972-73 


85-87 


H 


L 


1984-85 


77-65 


H 


W 






78-89 


A 


L 


1985-86 


62-69 


A 


L 






74-76 


N-acc2 


L 


1986-87 


50-63 


H 


L 


2 


1973-74 


74-80 


A 


L 


1987-88 


78-75 


A 


W 


so 




80-86 


H 


L 


vs. Old Dominion 




-< 




100-103 




Maryland leads, 


4-1 






(OT) 


N-accl 


L 


1982-83 


87-67 


H 


W 


o 


1974-75 


103-85 


H 


W 


1983-84 


69-58 


A 


W 


DO 

3> 




98-97 


A 


W 


1984-85 


87-75 


H 


W 




85-87 


N-acc2 


L 


1986-87 


73-87 


A 


L 


m 


1975-76 


87-69 


A 


W 


1987-88 


70-65 


A 


W 


— * 
OS 




102-84 


H 


w 










3> 
I — 


1976-77 


87-80 


H 


w 











vs. Ohio State 
Ohio State leads, 3-2 

1934-35 50-41 H W 

1978-79 72-79 H nit L 
1983-84 68-72 N-meado 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, 1-1 

1992-93 89-78 N-balt W 
1993-94 85-88 N-myriad L 
vs. Oklahoma State 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1966-67 50-49 N-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 79-97 N-balt L 

1983-84 67-58 N-her W 

1989-90 78-80 A-nit L 
vs. Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania leads, 12-2 

1926-27 26-21 A W 

1927-28 26-30 A L 

1928-29 18-30 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 67-81 A L 

1949-50 52-54 A L 

1950-51 65-74 A L 

1951-52 52-53 A L 

1952-53 53-70 A L 

1996-97 103-73 N-balt W 
vs. Penn Military Academy 
Penn Military Academy leads, 
1-0 

1910-11 19-50 A L 
vs. Pepperdine 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 

1985-86 69-64 N-ncaa8 W 
vs. Pittsburgh 
Maryland leads, 4-1 

1976-77 88-75 H W 
1977-78 86-89 

(OT) A L 

1979-80 95-88 H W 
1980-81 69-66 

(OT) A W 

1996-97 66-63 N-rain 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 
1975-76 66-59- 

mdinv H W 

1976-77 58-45 H W 
vs. Providence 
The series is tied, 1 - 1 

1972-73 89-103 N-ncaa6 L 
1991-92 76-66 N-accbe2 W 
vs. Randolph Macon 
Maryland leads, 3- 1 

1928-29 20-33 H L 

1937-38 43-27 H W 
1983-84 58-52 H-mdinv W 

1985-86 74-50 H W 



vs. Rhode Island 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1954-55 83-66 N-aacity W 
1978-79 67-65 

(30T) H-nit W 
vs. Richmond 
Maryland leads, 25-14 

1923-24 24-22 A W 

1925-26 30-14 H W 

1933-34 33-44 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 

17-38 A L 

1941-42 41-23 A W 

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 55-45 H W 

54-50 A W 
1952-53 63-60 

(OT) 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,-nit 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 

1951-52 55-61 A L 

1990-91 86-81 N-ecac W 

1991-92 79-95 N-fiesta L 
vs. St. Francis (Pa.) 
Maryland leads, 1-0 

1955-56 75-66 H-mwf W 
vs. St. John's 
Maryland leads, 8-5 

1913-14 NA R L 

NA R L 

1927-28 25-22 H W 

1928-29 20-18 H W 

1929-30 41-25 H W 

1931-32 24-20 H W 

1932-33 34-22 H W 

1933-34 32-37 H L 

1934-35 17-24 H L 

1935-36 40-28 H W 

1936-37 37-39 A L 

1937-38 38-29 H W 

1971-72 90-69 H-mdinv W 
vs. St. Joseph's 
Maryland leads, 3- 1 

1971-72 67-55 N-nitl W 
1978-79 62-56 

(OT) H-mdinv W 

1980-81 74-57 H-mdinv W 



1982-83 56-64 H L 

vs. St. Louis 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1993-94 74-66 N-ncaa5 W 

vs. St. Peter's 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1981-82 49-42 H W 

vs. San Francisco 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1973-74 78-60 A-ccc W 

vs. Santa Clara 

The series is tied, 1-1 

1973-74 53-32 A-ccc W 

1995-96 79-91 Nncaal7 L 

vs. Seton Hall 

Maryland leads, 2-1 

1941-42 15-59 A L 

1970-71 56-55 A W 

1975-76 104-69 H-mdinv W 

vs. South Carolina 

Maryland leads, 31-26 

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 

64-74 N-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 H L 

68-85 A L 

1962-63 68-63 H W 

51-44 A W 
1963-64 69-73 

(OT) 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 

54-57 N-acc2 L 

1967-68 66-65 H W 

59-68 A L 

1968-69 67-79 A L 

67-69 H L 

71-92 N-accl L 

1969-70 68-101 H L 

44-55 A L 

1970-71 70-96 A L 

31-30 H W 

63-71 N-acc2 L 

1987-88 82-77 H W 

1988-89 51-57 A L 

1989-90 51-52 N-cfc L 

1990-91 78-69 N-ecac W 

1997-98 72-76 N-BCA L 
vs. South Florida 
Maryland leads, 2-0 

1989-90 84-66 H W 

1990-91 87-81 A W 



144 









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w 



vs. Southern California (USC) 
Maryland leads, 3-0 
1978-79 83-79 H-mdinv V 
1989-90 64-62 A V 

1990-91 72-59 H V 

vs. Southern Illinois 
Southern Illinois leads, 1 -0 
1967-68 72-73 N-sun 
vs. Stanford 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 
1985-86 67-65 N-hpac 
vs. Staunton Military Academy 
Staunton Military Academy 
leads, 1 -II 

1910-11 24-58 A I 

vs. Stevens Institute 
Maryland leads, 4-1 
1924-25 21-17 A 

21-17 H 
1925-26 24-27 H 
1926-27 27-18 H 
1927-28 31-24 H 
vs. Syracuse 
Maryland leads, 5-0 
1971-72 71-65 N-nitl W 
1972-73 90-76 H-mdinv W 

91-75 N-ncaa6 W 
1976-77 96-85 H-mdinv W 
1980-81 83-73 A-cc W 

vs. Tampa 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1953-54 61-51 A W 

1970-71 80-72 H W 

vs. Temple 
The series is tied, 2-2 
1948-49 49-67 A L 

1957-58 67-71 N-ncaa6 L 
1979-80 85-63 H-mdinv W 
1997-98 83-66 N-balt W 
vs. Tennessee 
Maryland leads, 2-1 
1963-64 59-70 N-vpi L 

1979-80 86-75 N-ncaa9 W 
1984-85 72-49 N-shoot W 
vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1980-81 81-69 N-ncaa7 W 
1982-83 52-51 N-ncaalO W 
vs. Texas-El Paso 
Texas- El Paso leads, 2-0 
1967-68 53-70 A-sun L 

1988-89 51-69 A-sbt L 

vs. Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1994-95 82-68 N-Ncaal5 W 
vs. Texas Christian 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1988-89 74-67 N-free 
vs. Texas Tech 
Maryland leads, 1-0 
1954-55 58-54 N-aacity 
vs. Towson 
Maryland leads, 
1981-82 75-59 

66-56 

91-38 

91-58 

79-71 

93-69 

83-76 

78-68 

109-71 

120-73 

70-67 

93-76 



W 



w 



1982-83 

1984-85 

1985-86 

1986-87 

1990-91 

1991-92 

1992-93 

1993-94 

1994-95 

1995-96 

1996-97 

vs. Tulsa 

Tulsa leads, 1 -0 

1964-65 66-59 N-hc W 

vs. Utah 

Maryland leads, 1 -0 

1994-95 90-78 N-maui W 

vs. Utah State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1997-98 82-68 N-ncaal9 W 



1-0 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

N-balt 

H 

N-balt 

H 



vs. Vanderbilt 
Maryland leads, 
1957-58 71-56 
vs. Villanova 
Villanova leads, 
1984-85 77-74 
1984-85 43-46 
1985-86 62-64 
vs. Virginia 
Maryland leads, 



-0 

N-sb 



W 



-1 

H W 

N-ncaall L 

A L 



!3-24 
!4-25 



1925-26 

1926-27 

1928-29 

1929-30 

1930-31 

1931-32 

1932-33 

1933-34 

1934-35 

1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1940-41 
1941-42 

1942-43 

1943-44 

1944-45 

1945-46 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 



1955-56 



1956-57 



1957-58 8 



1958-59 



1959-60 



1960-61 



1961-62 



1962-63 



13-26 
24-18 
36-25 
28-34 
30-21 
17-22 
29-28 
30-22 
22-25 
54-20 
51-29 
31-34 
34-21 
36-31 
46-18 
19-26 
37-28 
43-20 
28-25 
44-24 
33-32 
40-34 
37-23 
39-23 
31-21 
18-47 
35-34 
36-26 
53-49 
56-42 
20-52 
26-49 
26-57 
33-61 
45-48 
37-36 
44-64 
56-68 
47-53 
43-79 
56-66 
70-52 
59-57 
46-43 
59-42 
63-53 
71-61 
59-56 
70-64 
70-56 
72-69 
78-65 
67-68 
(OT) 
67-55 
60-73 
67-63 
43-39 
85-64 
71-68 
7-66 
69-56 
70-66 
63-56 
50-62 
65-66 
70-62 
44-43 
57-52 
77-62 
91-70 
68-72 
67-61 
69-71 



90-57 

NA 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc3 

H 

A 

A 

N-aacity 

H 

N-acc3 

A 

H 

N-acc3 

H 

A 

N-acc3 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 



L 
W 
W 

L 

W 

L 

W 

w 

L 

W 

w 

L 

W 

w 

w 

L 

w 

w 
w 
w 
w 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
W 

w 
w 
w 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

W 

L 

W 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
L 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 

L 

W 

L 



1963-64 68-58 

73-79 
1964-65 59-61 

52-47 
1965-66 62-65 

71-64 
1966-67 85-65 

87-76 
1967-68 85-76 

68-70 
1968-69 77-78 

78-84 
1969-70 69-71 

79-71 
1970-71 63-78 

89-84 
1971-72 57-78 

45-42 

62-57 
1972-73 93-74 

92-81 
1973-74 88-81 

110-75 
1974-75 86-79 

70-51 
1975-76 69-66 

81-73 

65-73 
1976-77 82-67 

68-77 
1977-78 64-66 

70-79 
1978-79 63-69 

72-75 
1979-80 63-61 

82-71 
1980-81 64-66 

63-74 

85-62 
1981-82 40-45 

(OT) 

47-46 

(OT) 
1982-83 64-83 

81-83 
1983-84 67-66 

74-65 
1984-85 71-58 

60-55 
1985-86 49-70 

87-72 
1986-87 64-71 

77-82 
1987-88 72-84 

69-63 
1988-89 58-64 

(OT) 

59-86 
1989-90 74-72 

89-74 
1990-91 62-76 

78-74 

(OT) 
1991-92 75-82 

74-76 
1992-93 68-70 

74-88 
1993-94 73-66 

70-68 

63-69 
1994-95 71-62 

67-92 
1995-96 80-72 

83-71 
1996-97 78-62 

74-81 
1997-98 77-70 

74-66 

vs. Virginia Military Institute 
Maryland leads, 39-10 
1910-11 17-14 A 1 

1913-14 NA A 
1923-24 12-21 NA 

34-19 N-sct 1 



H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-acc2 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc5 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc5 



H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 

H 
A 
A 
H 
H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

N-acc5 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 



1925-26 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 



1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 



30-21 

23-9 

30-27 

44-25 

38-18 

44-20 
1931-32 43-28 

38-20 
1932-33 29-30 

45-29 

36-27 

39-24 

44-29 

53-32 
1936-37 48-28 

45-28 
1937-38 42-27 

45-33 
1938-39 43-33 

27-25 
1940-41 30-64 

27-41 
1941-42 41-46 

39-36 
1942-43 34-35 

35-36 
1943-44 43-36 

31-29 
1944-45 46-28 

27-35 
1946-47 61-50 

53-45 
1947-48 53-46 

63-48 
1948-49 53-45 

70-55 
1949-50 65-53 

61-62 
1950-51 46-41 

65-46 
1951-52 57-39 

64-46 
1952-53 54-37 

67-41 
vs. Virginia Tech 
Maryland leads, 23-3 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 



192 



19-17 

30-14 
1927-28 29-20 

30-10 

29-39 

41-29 

34-23 

33-16 

40-20 

37-21 
1933-34 29-24 

34-32 

42-35 

49-41 

39-48 

57-49 

55-42 

60-51 

57-66 

65-46 

70-56 
1953-54 60-52 

54-41 

89-80 

82-67 
vs. Wagner 
Maryland leads, 1 -0 
1980-81 96-73 A-cc 
vs. Wake Forest 
Wake Forest leads, 49-47 



1928-29 
1929-30 



1930-31 
1932-33 



1937-38 
1939-40 
1940-41 
1946-47 

1948-49 
1950-51 
1952-53 



1989-90 
1990-91 



A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
A 



W 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 

W 

L 

w 
w 

W 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 

w 

W 

W 
L 
L 
L 

W 
L 
L 

W 

w 

W 

L 

W 

W 

w 
w 

w 

L 
W 

L 
W 
W 
W 

w 

W 
W 



W 
W 
W 
W 
L 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

W 
W 
W 
W 

L 

w 
w 
w 

L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



1952-53 



1953-54 



1954-55 



59-61 
(OT) 
54-71 
74-53 
56-64 
58-62 
(OT) 
71-75 



N-sct 
A 
H 
N-acc3 

H 
A 



L 

L 

W 

L 

L 
L 



1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 

1961-62 
1962-63 

1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 

1972-73 

1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 

1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 

1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 



61-51 

60-76 

59-53 

58-62 

72-58 

74-67 

68-65 

53-56 

47-54 

64-65 

60-72 

69-78 

76-98 

79-62 

78-81 

74-85 

54-75 

41-80 

91-82 

77-79 

82-64 

93-85 

87-66 

86-78 

59-86 

64-78 

60-73 

87-74 

87-95 

71-93 

87-104 

96-88 

72-71 

66-72 

49-46 

64-56 

(OT) 

105-76 

60-62 

73-65 

72-59 

77-68 

99-78 

89-73 

93-96 

105-91 

85-86 

(OT) 

81-80 

75-84 

91-89 

60-66 

54-53 

84-76 

83-77 

60-67 

94-80 

61-56 

42-48 

66-79 

83-75 

87-90 

90-79 

66-64 

64-62 

69-66 

77-55 

59-48 

58-69 

68-75 

93-76 

70-65 

60-70 

61-75 

88-82 

74-84 

62-74 

86-78 

77-66 

76-86 

64-88 

73-86 

61-58 

81-58 



H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc3 

H 

A 

H 

A 

N-acc3 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc2 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

N-acc2 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 



W 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

W 

w 

L 
L 
L 

W 
L 
L 
L 

W 

W 
L 

W 

W 
W 

L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

L 
W 

L 
W 

L 
W 

L 
W 
W 
W 

L 
W 

w 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
L 

w 
w 

L 
L 

W 
L 
L 

W 

W 
L 
L 
L 

W 

w 



3D 



145 



RP RECORD 



Terps vs. All Opponents 



1994-95 76-66 H 

54-63 A 

1995-96 64-77 A 

78-85 H 

1996-97 54-51 A 

69-74 H 

1997-98 60-72 A 

79-83 H 
vs. Washington College 
Maryland leads, 12-3 

1924-25 16-27 H 

1926-27 18-22 H 

1927-28 22-20 H 

1930-31 32-33 H 

1931-32 36-16 H 

1932-33 35-27 H 

1933-34 44-33 H 

1934-35 43-27 H 

1935-36 46-34 H 

56-30 A 

1936-37 41-20 A 

1937-38 43-42 A 

1938-39 47-37 H 

1940-41 26-18 H 

1941-42 28-25 H 
vs. Washington 8c Lee 
Maryland leads, 26-25 

1910-11 17-46 A 

24-29 H 

1913-14 NA A 

1923-24 22-21 NA 

1925-26 40-27 H 

33-20 A 

1926-27 44-32 H 

32-34 A 

1927-28 28-24 H 

31-28 A 

1928-29 22-47 H 

18-42 A 

1929-30 25-29 H 

21-36 A 

1930-31 36-21 A 

28-17 H 

1931-32 42-38 A 

49-19 H 

1932-33 40-43 A 

1933-34 37-45 N-sct 

1934-35 29-33 H 

1935-36 27-30 A 

54-55 H 

32-38 N-sct 

1936-37 27-51 A 

35-41 H 

1937-38 29-31 A 

36-32 H 

1938-39 39-37 H 

1939-40 25-44 H 

43-30 N-sct 

1940-41 41-59 A 

15-42 H 

1941-42 44-52 A 

28-30 H 

1942-43 40-50 A 

55-35 H 

1946-47 65-60 A 

59-50 H 

1947-48 64-70 A 

64-38 H 

1948-49 66-60 A 

1949-50 65-46 H 

1950-51 52-43 H 

65-83 A 

1951-52 71-51 H 

51-43 A 

g 1952-53 58-40 A 

87-56 H 

1953-54 51-25 A 

76-43 H 
vs. West Virginia 
West Virginia leads, 20- 1 5 

Co 1925-26 25-15 H 

S 1933-34 24-26 A 

ro 1934-35 29-39 H 

^ 1935-36 26-51 A 



W 
L 
L 
L 

W 
L 
L 
L 



L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



L 
L 
L 

W 
W 

w 
w 

L 

w 
w 

L 
L 

W 
L 

W 
W 

w 
w 

L 
L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

w 

L 
W 

w 
w 
w 

L 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 



w 

L 
L 
L 



1941-42 36-63 

27-41 
1945-46 33-35 
1946-47 43-81 
1950-51 64-70 
1952-53 52-45 
1953-54 71-54 
1963-64 74-72 

67-91 
1964-65 73-80 

(OT) 

86-78 
1965-66 74-76 

107-92 
1966-67 82-81 

(OT) 

58-61 
1967-68 79-75 

66-83 
1968-69 65-86 

91-84 
1969-70 83-76 

78-83 
1970-71 81-83 
1983-84 102-77 
1984-85 56-47 
1985-86 42-41 
1986-87 65-62 
1987-88 49-75 
1988-89 61-69 
1990-91 85-90 
1991-92 101-91 
1992-93 72-86 
vs. Western Kentucky 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1971-72 103-67 H-mdinv 
1977-78 91-78 H-mdinv 
vs. Western Maryland 
Maryland leads, 9-0 



A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 

H 
A 
A 
H 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

H 

N-ncaall 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 

H 

A 



L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

W 

L 

L 
W 

L 
W 



NEUTRAL COURT L 



32-25 

30-29 

32-17 

38-17 

45-35 

35-15 

37-32 

49-33 

48-36 
vs. Wichita 
Maryland leads, 
1968-69 95-83 
vs. William 8c Mary 
Maryland leads, 14-0 



1926-27 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1936-37 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 





N-ci 



1928-29 
1929-30 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1953-54 



1954-55 
1955-56 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1985-86 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 



30-20 

27-23 

41-39 

41-29 

45-38 

69-54 

74-55 

67-62 

52-51 

69-64 

50-43 

56-51 

58-44 

77-48 
vs. Winthrop 
Maryland leads, 2-0 
1986-87 76-58 H 
1987-88 65-52 H 
vs. Wisconsin 
Wisconsin leads, 2-0 
1931-32 30-32 A 
1932-33 13-22 
vs. Wyoming 
Maryland leads, 
1960-61 84-77 
vs. Xavier 
Maryland leads, 
1976-77 84-74 
vs. Yale 

Maryland leads, 
1959-60 103-80 



11 





N-dc 



W 


bca 


L 

W 

L 


bg 
blgr 


L 




W 


cap 


W 


cc 


L 


ccc 


L 


cfc 


W 
W 
W 

w 

L 


cham 
a 

ecac 
evans 


L 
L 


dc 
fiesta 


W 


fnbl 


L 


fnb2 




free 


W 

w 


he 

her 

hf 




hp 


w 


main 



W 
W 

w 
w 

W 
W 

w 
w 



w 



w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



w 
w 



w 



-0 

H-mdinv 



1-0 

H 



W 



aacity All-America City Tournament, Owensboro, Kentucky 

acd ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 

acc2 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 

acc3 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 

acc4 ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Georgia (Omni) 

acc5 ACC Tournament, Landover, Maryland (Capital Centre) 

accbel ACC/Big East Challenge, Richmond, Virginia (Richmond Coliseum) 

accbe2 ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Connecticut (Hartford Civic Center) 

accbe3 ACC/Big East Challenge, East Rutherford, NJ. (Brendan Byrne Arena) 

armory Washington D.C., Municipal Armory 

bait Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Maryland 

Black Coaches Association Classic, Minneapolis, Minn. (Target Center) 
Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts 
Blue Grass Tournament, Louisville, Kentucky 
(Kentucky State Fairgrounds Pavilion) 
Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland 
Carrier Classic, Syracuse, New York (Carrier Dome) 
Cable Car Classic, San Francisco, California (Oakland Coliseum) 
Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, Virginia (Robbins Center) 
Chaminade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Arena) 
Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, North Carolina (Charlotte Coliseum) 
ECAC Holiday Festival, New York City, New York (Madison Square Garden) 
Evansville Holiday Tournament (Roberts Stadium) 
Dixie Classic, Raleigh, North Carolina (Reynolds Coliseum) 
Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Arizona (McKale Center) 
Franklin National Bank Classic, Landover, Maryland (USAir Arena) 
Franklin National Bank Classic, Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 
Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvine, California (Bren Events Center) 
Hurricane Classic, Miami, Florida (Miami Beach Convention Center) 
Hershey Park, Hershey, Pennsylvania (Hershey Park Arena) 
Hall of Fame Classic, Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center) 
Hawaii Pacific Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii (War Memorial Gymnasium) 
Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center) 
mci MCI Heritage Classic, Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore Arena) 

mdinv Maryland Invitational, College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 
meado Meadowlands (Brendan Byrne Arena), East Rutherford, New Jersey 
mit Marshall Invitational Tournament, Huntingtown, West Virginia 

(Memorial Field House) 
msi Memphis State Invitational, Memphis, Tennessee (Mid-South Coliseum) 

mwf Mid-Winter Festival, College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 

ncaal NCAA Tournament, New York City, New York (Madison Square Garden) 
ncaa2 NCAA Tournament, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (The Spectrum) 
ncaa3 NCAA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverfront Coliseum) 
ncaa4 NCAA Tournament, Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum) 
ncaa5 NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kansas (Kansas Coliseum) 
ncaa6 NCAA Tournament, Charlotte N.C, (Charlotte Coliseum) 
ncaa7 NCAA Tournament, Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena) 
ncaa8 NCAA Tournament, Long Beach, California (Long Beach Arena) 
ncaa9 NCAA Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 
ncaal NCAA Tournament, Houston, Texas (The Summit) 
ncaal 1 NCAA Tournament, Birmingham, Alabama (Birmingham Coliseum) 
ncaal 2 NCAA Tournament, Lexington, Kentucky (Rupp Arena) 
ncaal 3 NCAA Tournament, LasCruces, New Mexico (Memorial Arena) 
ncaal 4 NCAA Tournament, Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena) 
ncaal 5 NCAA Tournament, Salt Lake City, Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 
ncaal6 NCAA Tournament, Oakland, California (Oakland Coliseum) 
ncaal 7 NCAA Tournament, Tempe Arizona (Special Events Center) 
ncaal 8 NCAA Tournament, Memphis, Tennessee (The Pyramid) 
ncaa19 NCAA Tournament, Sacramento, California (Arco Arena) 
ncaa20 NCAA Tournament, Anaheim, California (The Pond of Anaheim) 
nitl National Invitation Tournament, New York City, New York 

(Madison Square Garden) 
rain Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Neil S. Blaisdell Center) 

sb Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, Louisiana (Loyola Field House) 

sbt Sun Bowl Tournament, El Paso, Texas (Special Events Center) 

set Southern Conference Tournament 

shoot Great Alaskan Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena) 
sun Sun Carnival Tournament, El Paso, Texas (Memorial Gymnasium) 

to Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic, Springfield, Mass (Springfield Civic Center) 

vpi Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia (Virginia Tech Coliseum) 

wood John R. Wooden Classic, Anaheim, California (The Pond of Anaheim) 
wor Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts 



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Terps Through the Years 



A 



Legend 

H denotes home games 
R denotes away games 
N denotes neutral site games 
S denotes Southern 

Conference Tournament 

games 

denotes Atlantic Coast 

Conference Tournament 

games 

denotes NCAA 

Tournament 

denotes National Invitation 

Tournament 



1904-05 

0-2 (no scored available) 
Captain Samuel P.Thomas 

Washington YMCA 
Carroll Institute 

No teams from 1905-06 
through 1909-10 

1910-11 

3-9(2-3H,1-6R) 
Captain H. Burton Shipley 
Maryland 

New York Univ. 

Gallaudet 

Staunton Mil. Acad 

Washington & Lee 

Virginia 

Military Institute 

Washington & Lee 

Delaware 

Gallaudet 

Georgetown 

Mt. St. Joseph 

Catholic 

Penn. Mil. Acad. 



25 H 

56 R 

58 R 

46 R 



14 R 



54 H 

31 R 

20 H 

30 H 

50 R 



1913-14 

Captain H. Burton Shipley 

Mt. St. Joseph H 

Gallaudet A 

Catholic A 

Mt. St. Joseph A 

Gallaudet A 

St. John's College A 

Loyola College A 

Georgetown A 

Catholic H 

Washington & Lee A 
Virginia 

Military Institute A 

St. John's College A 

Geo. Washington H 

Gallaudet ' H 

Baltimore City H 

Penn State College A 

Delaware College A 



No Scores Available 

No Teams from 1914-15 

Through 1916-17 

1918-19 

1-5 (1-5 A) 



Maryland 



27 

7 

11 

9 

12 

20 



Gallaudet 

Catholic 

Geo. Washington 

Gallaudet 

Catholic 

Geo. Washington 



26 

25 
25 
33 
14 
53 




H. BURTON SHIPLEY 

24 Seasons 
1923-24 to 1946-47 

Record: 243-1 99 
Conference: 124-91 

1923-24 

5-7 
1-2 SC 

Maryland 

41 Geo. Washington 22 

42 Gallaudet ' 28 
13 Catholic 30 
20 North Carolina 26 

13 Virginia 26 

24 Richmond 22 

14 Catholic 20 
19 Geo. Washington 20 
22 Washington & Lee 21 
12 Virginia 

Military Institute 2 1 
34 Virginia 

Military Institute 19 S 

25 Georgia 29 S 



1924-25 

12-5(7-2H;4-2A;1 
3-1 SC 

Maryland 

24 Virginia 

24 Columbia 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 Navy 
30 Lafayette 
18 Catholic 

21 Stevens Institute 
16 North Carolina 

25 Gallaudet 

16 Washington Coll. 
24 Princeton 

22 City College of NY 
38 South Carolina 

36 Virginia 
27 Catholic 
27 Alabama 
16 NC State 

1925-26 

14-3(10-1H;4-1A;0 
7-1 SC 
Maryland 



1N) 



18 H 
23 A 



17 

23 



15 H 

14 A 

17 H 

21 H 

14 H 



16 H 
22 H 
25 R 

17 H 
21 S 
30 S 



IN) 



40 


Washington & Lee 


27 


H 


21 


Navy 


12 


A 


30 


Richmond 


14 


H 


30 
33 
19 
40 


Virginia Military 
Washington 8c Lee 
Virginia Tech 
Gallaudet 


21 
20 
17 
13 


A 
A 
A 
H 


30 


Washington Coll. 


26 


11 


24 


Stevens Institute 


27 


H 


30 


Virginia Tech 


14 


H 


28 

23 


Virginia 
North Carolina 


34 

22 


A 
H 


23 


West Virginia 


15 


H 


41 


Duke 


20 


H 


30 
32 


Virginia 
Princeton 


21 
26 


H 
H 


19 


Mississippi Aggies 

1926-27 


22 


S 




10-10(7-2H,3-7R,0-1N) 






6-4 SC 






Maryland 

16 American 


21 


A 


44 


Washington 8: Lee 


32 


11 


25 


Michigan 


39 


A 



24 


H 


20 


A 


28 


A 


9 


A 


20 


H 


7 


H 


22 


A 


22 


H 


20 


H 


24 


H 


35 


A 


30 


A 


24 


H 



17 Virginia 22 A 

30 Navy 32 A 

18 Washington Coll. 22 H 

34 Georgia 33 H 
39 Gallaudet 26 H 

27 Stevens Institute 18 H 

28 North Carolina 23 H 
23 North Carolina 32 H 
26 Pennsylvania 2 1 A 
52 Washington 8; Lee 34 A 
32 Virginia 

Military Institute 15 A 

29 Virginia 28 H 
23 NC State 38 A 
16 Washington Coll. 21 A 
32 Western Maryland 25 H 
23 North Carolina 19 A 

22 Georgia 27 S 

1927-28 

14-4(11-0H;3-4R) 
8-1 SC 
Maryland 

28 Washington & Lee 

29 Virginia Tech 

31 Washington 8c Lee 

23 Virginia 
Military Institute 

45 Gallaudet 
37 Kentucky 
20 Johns Hopkins 

25 St. John's College 

26 Virginia 

31 Stevens Institute 
26 Navy 

26 Pennsylvania 

36 NC State 
12 Virginia 34 A 

22 Washington Coll. 20 H 

23 Johns Hopkins 19 H 

30 Virginia Tech 10 H 
30 Western Maryland 29 H 

1928-29 

7-9(3-5H;4-3R;01N) 
2-5 SC 

Maryland 

30 William 8c Mary 
18 Pennsylvania 
20 Randolph Macon 
30 Virginia 
20 Johns Hopkins 

20 St. John's 
22 Virginia 
22 Washington 8c Lee 

29 Virginia Tech 

18 Washington 8c Lee 

30 Virginia 
Military Institute 

22 North Carolina 
30 Navy 

32 Western Maryland 

19 Johns Hopkins 

35 Mississippi 

1929-30 

16-6(10-3H;6 2R;0-1N) 
9-5 SC 
Maryland 

27 William & Mary 23 H 
27 Duke 28 H 

37 Catholic 30 H 
54 Virginia 20 H 
41 Johns Hopkins 24 H 

43 Navy 39 R 
41 Virginia Tech 29 H 
26 NC State 28 H 
25 Washington & Lee 29 H 

38 Western Maryland 17 H 

36 North Carolina 24 H 
34 Virginia Tech 23 R 

44 Virginia 

Military Institute 25 R 

21 Washington 8c Lee 36 R 
51 Virginia 29 H 

21 NC State 19 R 

22 North Carolina 19 R 



20 


H 


30 


R 


33 


H 


22 


R 


30 


H 


18 


H 


25 


H 


47 


II 


39 


R 


42 


R 


27 


R 


28 


H 


27 


R 


17 


II 


18 


R 


37 


S 



Duke 

Johns Hopkins 

Virginia 

Military Institute 

St. John's 

Kentucky 



39 R 
24 R 



21 H 

25 H 

26 S 



1930-31 

18-4(10-2H;4-2R;4-0N) 

8-1 SC 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

Maryland 

38 Gallaudet 27 

38 Virginia 

Military Institute 18 

36 Washington 8c Lee 2 1 

32 Duke 

30 Loyola 

33 Johns Hopkins 

44 Virginia 
Military Institute 

33 Virginia Tech 

31 Virginia 

28 Washington & Lee 
24 Catholic 21 

33 North Carolina 31 

32 Washington Coll. 

34 Virginia 

45 Western Maryland 

32 St. John's 

33 Navy 
31 Johns Hopkins 

37 Louisiana State 
19 North Carolina 
26 Georgia 

29 Kentucky 



R 

R 
24 H 

33 H 
20 R 

20 H 

16 H 

34 R 

17 H 
R 
H 

33 H 

21 H 

35 H 
27 H 

36 R 
22 
33 
17 
25 
27 



32 


R 


28 


H 


38 


R 


28 


R 


15 


11 


31 


R 


26 


R 


20 


H 


16 


H 



1931-32 

16-4(11-1H;5-2R;0-1N) 
8-2 SC 

Maryland 

30 Wisconsin 

27 Loyola 

42 Washington 8c Lee 

43 Virginia 
Military Institute 

26 Navy 

36 Virginia 

33 Johns Hopkins 

38 Virginia 
Military Institute 

51 Virginia Tech 

39 Catholic 34 H 
26 North Carolina 25 H 
36 Washington Coll. 16 H 
35 Western Maryland 15 H 
46 Virginia 18 H 
49 Washington 8c Lee 19 H 
24 St. John's 20 H 
26 North Carolina 32 R 
2(1 Duke 18 R 
38 Johns Hopkins 24 H 
24 Florida 39 S 

1932-33 

11-9(10-2H,1-6R,0-1N) 
7-3 SC 
Maryland 



13 


Wisconsin 


22 


H 


4(1 


Virginia Tech 


20 


R 


30 


Duke 


28 


H 


29 


Virginia 
Military Institute 


30 


R 


40 


Washington 8c Lee 


43 


R 


27 
37 
27 


Johns Hopkins 
Virginia Tech 
Catholic 


37 
21 
29 


R 

H 
R 


21 
19 


Navy 
Virginia 


59 
26 


R 
R 


42 


North Carolina 


29 


H 


36 

35 


Georgia 
Washington Coll. 


40 

27 


H 
H 


37 
46 


Virginia 
Washington fk Lee 


28 
28 


H 
H 


45 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


29 


H 



34 St. Johns 22 H 
37 Western Maryland 32 H 

35 Johns Hopkins 31 H 
28 South Carolina 65 S 



1933-34 

11-8(9-4H;2-3R;0-O 
6-1 SC 
Maryland 

29 Michigan 

17 Indiana 

24 West Virginia 

37 Duke 

29 Virginia Tech 

34 Virginia Tech 

32 Johns Hopkins 

43 Virginia 

24 North Carolina 

33 Catholic 

27 Navy 

28 Virginia 
33 Richmond 

49 Western Maryland 

36 Virginia 
Military Institute 

32 St. lohn's 

44 Washington Coll. 
32 lohns Hopkins 

37 Washington 8c Lee 



25 H 
30 H 

26 R 
33 H 

24 R 

32 H 
37 R 
20 R 
28 H 

25 H 
46 R 
25 H 
44 H 

33 H 



27 H 

37 H 

33 H 

19 H 

45 S 



1934-35 

8-10(6-8H;2-2R) 
4-5 SC 
Maryland 

29 Indiana 30 H 

50 Ohio State 41 H 

29 West Virginia 39 H 

35 South Carolina 21 H 
39 Virginia 

Military Institute 24 H 

39 Duke 48 H 

43 Washington Coll. 27 H 

31 North Carolina 39 H 

36 Navy 43 R 

44 Virginia 24 H 

26 Richmond 56 H 
29 Catholic 45 R 
29 Washington 8: Lee 33 H 
33 Virginia 32 R 
41 Johns Hopkins 35 R 
17 St. John's 24 H 

52 Johns Hopkins 25 H 
24 Georgetown 25 H 

1935-36 

14-6(9-3H;4-2R;1-1N) 
3-3 SC 
Maryland 

44 Virginia 

Military Institute 29 H 

27 Washington 8c Lee 30 R 

53 Virginia 

Military Institute 32 R 

32 Navy 20 R 

28 Richmond 24 H 

55 Baltimore 33 H 

46 Washington Coll. 34 H 
32 North Carolina 44 H 
41 William 8c Mary 39 H 
38 Duke 34 H 

40 Virginia 34 H 
26 West Virginia 51 R 

54 Washington 8r Lee 55 H 
40 St. John's 28 H 

29 Catholic 40 H 

56 Washington Coll. 3(1 R 

45 Johns Hopkins 40 H 

47 Georgetown 39 R 
47 Duke 35 S 
32 Washington 8c Lee 38 S 

1936-37 

8-12(7-3H;1-8R;0-1N) 
4-8 SC 
Maryland 

40 Richmond 
54 Johns Hopkins 



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51 R 
31 H 



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11 Washington & Lee 

48 Virginia 

Military Institute 

48 Western Maryland 

31 Duke 

41 Washington Coll. 

37 Virginia 

33 NC State 
24 North Carolina 

30 Duke 
37 Navy 

35 North Carolina 

41 William & Mary 

45 Virginia 

Military Institute 

35 Washington & Lee 

27 Georgetown 

37 St. John's 

41 NC State 

35 NC State 

1937-38 

15-9(10-3H;4-5R;1-1N) 
7-4 SC 
Maryland 

26 Richmond 

26 Michigan 
50 Baltimore 
43 Randolph Macon 
29 Washington Sc Lee 

42 Virginia 
Military Institute 

39 Georgetown 

40 Duke 
24 North Carolina 

34 Duke 

42 Virginia Tech 
34 Navy 

27 New York Univ. 

36 Washington & Lee 
45 William 8c Mary 

43 Virginia 
Military Institute 

49 Catholic 

43 Washington Coll. 

39 Virginia 
57 Dickinson 
56 Johns Hopkins 

38 St. John's 
45 Citadel 

32 Duke 

1938-39 

15-9(9-2H;4-6R;2-1N) 
8-3 SC 
Maryland 

34 Richmond 

45 Clemson 

44 Davidson 

24 Pennsylvania 

25 Army 

37 Navy 
37 Duke 
34 North Carolina 
34 Hampden-Sydney 

31 Virginia 
60 Duke 
66 North Carolina 

40 NC State 
25 Georgetown 

39 Washington 8c Lee 
49 William 8c Mary 
48 St. John's 
53 UM 

40 Catholic 
24 Geo. Washington 
47 Washington Coll. 

47 Richmond 
53 NC State 
27 Clemson 

1939-40 

14-9(9-2H;4-6R;l-1N) 
7-4 SC 
Maryland 

48 Western Maryland 
47 Randolph Macon 



51 R 


28 R 


36 H 


34 R 


20 H 


23 H 


35 R 


41 R 


34 R 


53 R 


44 H 


29 H 


28 H 


41 H 


39 H 


39 R 


35 H 


42 S 


31 H 


ii H 


32 R 


27 H 


31 R 


27 R 


57 R 


35 H 


43 R 


44 R 


35 H 


37 R 


42 H 


32 H 


38 H 


33 H 


33 H 


42 R 


23 R 


27 H 


30 H 


29 H 


43 S 


35 S 


41 R 


35 H 


27 H 


36 R 


45 R 


47 R 


34 H 


32 H 


25 H 


21 H 


44 R 


41 R 


46 R 


39 H 


37 H 


57 H 


20 R 


35 H 


38 R 


37 R 


37 H 


32 S 


29 S 


39 S 


32 H 


16 H 



53 Clemson 

34 Pennsylvania 
5 1 Rutgers 

53 Rhode Island State 

32 Duke 

35 Richmond 

28 Georgetown 
49 Virginia Tech 

25 Washington 8c Lee 
43 NC State 

30 Clemson 

30 South Carolina 

37 Duke 

49 Johns Hopkins 

60 Virginia 

Military Institute 

19 Washington 8c Lee 

46 Catholic 
27 Virginia 

Military Institute 

26 Geo. Washington 
43 Washington 8c Lee 
32 Duke 

1940-41 

1-21(1-10H;0-11R) 
0-13 SC 

Maryland 

36 Richmond 

24 Johns Hopkins 
34 Clemson 

32 Pennsylvania 

26 Duke 

41 Washington & Lee 
30 Virginia 

Military Institute 
34 Georgetown 
36 North Carolina 
17 Richmond 

17 Duke 

29 North Carolina 

27 Navy 

18 Virginia 

15 Washington & Lee 

28 Geo. Washington 

40 William 8( Mary 

43 Connecticut 

45 Rutgers 

27 Virginia 
Military Institute 

39 Virginia Tech 

26 Washington Coll. 

1941-42 

7-15(4-5H;3-10R) 
3-8 SC 
Maryland 

41 Richmond 

34 William 8c Mary 
36 West Virginia 
15 Seton Hall 

40 City College of NY 
48 St. John's (N.Y.) 

35 Virginia 

33 Duke 

28 Washington Coll. 
5 1 Georgetown 

29 Geo. Washington 

36 Virginia 

41 Virginia 
Military Institute 

44 Washington 8c Lee 
28 Washington 8c Lee 

47 Navy 

42 William & Mary 

27 West Virginia 
32 Army 

30 North Carolina 

46 Duke 
39 Virginia 

Military Institute 

1942-43 

8-8(5-3H;3-5R) 
5-5 SC 
Maryland 

32 Richmond 



26 


H 


41 


R 


39 


R 


59 


R 


30 


H 


19 


H 


27 


R 


41 


H 


44 


H 


36 


R 


48 


R 


33 


R 


48 


R 


36 


H 


33 


R 


39 


R 


31 


H 


25 


H 


44 


H 


30 


S 


44 


S 


48 


H 


38 


R 


48 


H 


43 


R 


10 


H 


59 


R 


64 


R 


51 


R 


55 


H 


38 


R 


43 


R 


44 


R 


52 


R 


47 


R 


42 


H 


61 


R. 


58 


H 


52 


H 


50 


H 


41 


H 


48 


H 


18 


H 


23 


R 


39 


R 


63 


R 


59 


R 


57 


R 


64 


R 


34 


R 


37 


R 


25 


H 


42 


R 


47 


H 


26 


H 


46 


R 


52 


R 


30 


H 


61 


R 


32 


H 


41 


H 


44 


R 


34 


H 


64 


H 


36 


H 


28 


H 



47 North Carolina 
53 Virginia 
49 Pennsylvania 
40 Washington & Lee 

34 Virginia 
Military Institute 

43 Geo. Washington 

63 Navy 

40 Army 

43 Duke 

55 Washington & Lee 

56 Virginia 

40 North Carolina 

36 Georgetown 
51 William & Mary 

35 Virginia 
Military Institute 

1943-44 

4-14(3-6H;l-7R;0-1N) 
2-1 SC 

Maryland 

H Quantico Marines 

39 Marshall 

20 Bainbridge Navy 

20 Virginia 

43 Virginia 

Military Institute 
43 Hampden-Sydney 

25 Bainbridge Navy 
29 Fort Belvoir 
33 Catholic 

26 Virginia 

33 Catholic 

34 Richmond 

48 Woodrow Gen. Hosp.26 H 

25 Woodrow Gen. Hosp.35 R 

3 1 Virginia 
Military Institute 

35 Navy 

22 Army 

23 NC State 

1944-45 

2-14(1-5H;1-8R;0-1N) 
2-5 SC 

Maryland 

26 Gallaudet 
28 North Carolina 

24 Duke 

32 NC State 

33 Navy 

46 Virginia 
Military Institute 

34 Marine Corps Inst 
42 NC State 

42 Hampden-Sydney 

26 Virginia 

27 Virginia 
Military Institute 

33 Virginia 
53 William 8c Mary 

41 Merchant Marine 

34 Armv 

49 Duke 

1945-46 

9-12(8-4H;1-7R;0-1N) 
5-5 SC 

Maryland 

61 Marine Corps Inst 

43 Marshall 

47 Quantico Marines 

25 Duke 

47 NC State 

28 North Carolina 

35 Navy 

37 NC State 
45 Virginia 
43 Duke 

35 Hampden-Sydney 

48 Geo. Washington 
31 North Carolina 
37 Virginia 
43 Merchant Marine 
37 Richmond 

36 William Sc Mary 



40 


H 


49 


H 


51 


R 


50 


R 


35 


R 


48 


R 


54 


R 


44 


R 


46 


H 


35 


H 


42 


R 


31 


R 


46 


H 


36 


H 


36 


H 


59 


H 


46 


H 


52 


H 


52 


R 


36 


H 


51 


H 


78 


R 


60 


H 


31 


H 


49 


H 


53 


R 


65 


R 


26 


H 


35 


R 


29 


R 


69 


R 


85 


R 


42 


S 


27 


H 


53 


R 


51 


R 


46 


R 


70 


R 


28 


H 


50 


H 


57 


H 


43 


H 


57 


R 


35 


R 


61 


H 


46 


R 


54 


R 


54 


R 


76 


S 


46 


H 


50 


H 


50 


H 


59 


R 


39 


R 


64 


R 


44 


R 


33 


H 


48 


R 


38 


H 


32 


H 


35 


H 


33 


H 


36 


H 


39 


H 


31 


H 


42 


R 



33 West Virginia 35 H 

25 Army 52 R 

3 1 Merchant Marine 48 R 

27 NC State 54 S 





1946-47 








14-10(9-3H;5-6R;0-1N) 






9-4 SC 






Maryland 






43 


West Virginia 


81 


R 


49 


Western Maryland 


39 


II 


41 


Johns Hopkins 


36 


II 


62 


Quantico Marines 


48 


R 


42 


North Carolina 


58 


R 


39 


Richmond 


41 


II 


44 


Geo. Washington 


43 


II 


65 


Washington 8c Lee 


60 


R 


57 


Virginia Tech 


49 


R 


61 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


50 


R 


61 


North Carolina 


57 


H 


27 


Navy 


55 


R 


59 


Washington 8c Lee 


50 


II 


55 


Georgetown 


49 


H 


48 


Geo. Washington 


63 


H 


49 


Richmond 


68 


R 


55 


Virginia Tech 


42 


II 


38 


Duke 


40 


H 


47 


Kings Point 


73 


R 


57 


Army 


54 


R 


52 


Citadel 


40 


H 


53 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


45 


H 


54 


Pennsylvania 


80 


R 


43 


NC State 

1947-48 


55 


S 




11-14(6-4H;5-9R;0-1N) 






9-7 SC 






Maryland 






63 


Western Maryland 


58 


R 


52 


Loyola 


63 


11 


59 


Davidson 


58 


II 


64 


Washington 8c Lee 


70 


R 


53 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


46 


R 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


53 


R 


46 


North Carolina 


70 


R 


42 


Duke 


53 


R 


40 


Georgetown 


52 


R 


49 


Clemson 


42 


H 


44 


Virginia 


64 


R 


47 


Navy 


51 


R 


68 


South Carolina 


54 


H 


63 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


48 


H 


44 


Army 


48 


R 


64 


Washington 8c Lee 


38 


H 


49 


Geo. Washington 


65 


R 


47 


North Carolina 


51 


H 


56 


Virginia 


68 


H 


60 


Richmond 


53 


H 


54 


South Carolina 


53 


R 


63 


Clemson 


61 


R 


62 


Richmond 


64 


R 


35 


Geo. Washington 


59 


11 


51 


Davidson 


58 


S 






'FlUCIE'STEWART 








3 Seasons 








1947-48 to 1949-50 








Record: 27-48 








Conference: 22-27 








1948-49 








9-18 (4-5H;5-12R; 0-1 N) 






8-7 SC 






Maryland 






49 


Temple 


67 


R 


60 


Virginia Tech 


51 


H 


75 


Loyola (Md.) 


77 


R 


45 


Richmond 


54 


H 


47 


Virginia 


53 


H 


74 


Clemson 


50 


H 


47 


North Carolina 


55 


R 


49 


Davidson 


52 


R 


43 


Virginia 


79 


R 


51 


Georgetown 


53 


R 


67 


Pennsylvania 


81 


R 


46 


Navy 


52 


R 


54 


Geo. Washington 


66 


H 


43 


Miami (Ohio) 


42 


R 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


58 


R 


33 


Cincinnati 


70 


R 


53 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


45 


R 


66 


Washington 8c Lee 


60 


R 


79 


South Carolina 


49 


H 


42 


North Carolina 


66 


H 


52 


Georgetown 


56 


H 


57 


South Carolina 


56 


R 


49 


Clemson 


68 


R 


66 


Richmond 


51 


R 


42 


Geo. Washington 


61 


R 


70 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


55 


H 


61 


North Carolina 

1949-50 

7-18(6-6H;1-12R) 
5-13 SC 


79 


S 


Maryland 






57 


Virginia Tech 


63 


R 


40 


Tennessee 


61 


R 


56 


Virginia 


66 


R 


65 


Washington 8c Lee 


46 


H 


52 


Pennsylvania 


54 


R 


55 


Clemson 


60 


II 


62 


Navy 


75 


R 


71 


Ohio Wesleyan 


75 


H 


53 


North Carolina 


55 


R 


46 


Duke 


58 


R 


71 


Georgetown 


65 


R 


52 


William Sc Mary 


56 


H 


49 


Richmond 


59 


R 


51 


Geo. Washington 


72 


H 


56 


William 8c Mary 


64 


R 


65 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


53 


H 


56 


North Carolina 


69 


H 


61 


Virginia 








Military Institute 


62 


R 


67 


Duke 


57 


H 


56 


South Carolina 


61 


II 


70 


Virginia 


52 


H 


64 


Davidson 


61 


II 


67 


Richmond 


48 


H 


44 


South Carolina 


59 


R 


68 


Clemson 


70 


R 



148 










BUDMILLIKAN 

17 Seasons 

1950-51 to 1966-67 

Record: 243-182 
Conference: 130-109 



1950-51 

16-11 (10-3H;5-7R;1 
11-8 SC 
Maryland 

59 Virginia 

65 Pennsylvania 

48 William & Mary 

46 Virginia 

52 Washington & Lee 
5 1 Rutgers 
67 North Carolina 
48 Richmond 

47 Navy 

58 Georgetown 
57 Virginia Tech 

56 North Carolina 

57 Davidson 

43 South Carolina 

44 Clemson 

65 Washington & Lee 

46 Virginia 
Military Institute 

47 South Carolina 

64 West Virginia 
40 Duke 

50 William & Mary 
54 Clemson 
42 Richmond 
47 Geo. Washington 

65 Virginia 
Military Institute 

50 Clemson 

45 NC State 



IN) 



57 H 
74 R 

41 H 
43 R 
43 H 

45 H 
59 R 

42 R 
51 R 

47 H 

66 H 
55 H 
55 R 
70 R 
50 R 
83 R 

41 R 

37 H 

70 H 

49 H 
55 R 

50 H 
33 H 

67 R 

46 H 

48 S 
54 S 



1951-52 

13-9(8-1H;5-7R;0-1N) 
9-5 SC 
Maryland 

59 Virginia 42 R 

71 Washington & Lee 51 H 

52 Pennsylvania 53 R 

54 William 8c Mary 53 H 
36 West Virginia ' 39 R 
57 Virginia 

Military Institute 39 R 

51 Washington 8c Lee 43 R 

47 North Carolina 51 R 

48 Navy 45 R 

63 Virginia 53 H 

55 Georgetown 40 H 
55 Rutgers 61 R 
71 North Carolina 51 H 

64 Virginia 

Military Institute 46 H 

55 Richmond 45 H 
66 William 8c Mary 71 R 
51 Duke 56 R 
61 Georgetown 71 R 
54 Richmond 50 R 

56 Geo. Washington 57 H 
71 Davidson 48 H 
48 Duke 51 S 

1952-53 

15-8(8-2H;6-5R;1-1N) 
12-3 SC 

Maryland 

71 Virginia 61 H 

64 William 8! Mary 61 H 



53 Pennsylvania 70 R 
52 West Virginia 45 H 

54 Virginia 

Military Institute 37 R 

58 Washington & Lee 40 R 
49 North Carolina 59 R 

59 Virginia 56 R 
63 Richmond (OT) 60 R 

45 Georgetown 54 H 

65 Virginia Tech 46 H 

68 North Carolina 66 H 
62 Geo. Wash. (2 OT) 63 R 

70 Virginia Tech 56 R 

46 Richmond 49 H 
67 Virginia 

Military Institute 41 H 

87 Washington & Lee 56 H 

79 William Sc Mary 57 R 

48 Georgetown 49 R 

47 Navy 51 R 

66 Geo. Washington 53 H 
74 Duke 65 S 

59 Wake Forest (OT) 61 S 

1953-54 

23-7(9-2H;13-4R;1-1N) 
7-2 ACC (2nd) 
Maryland 

53 South Carolina 49 R 
81 Clemson 41 R 

54 Wake Forest 71 R 

69 William 8c Mary 54 R 

71 West Virginia 54 R 

60 Virginia Tech 52 H 
79 South Carolina 48 H 

65 Arizona State 50 R 

66 Evansville 58 R 
54 Kentucky Wesleyan 37 R 

72 Richmond 64 R 

70 Virginia 64 H 
79 Clemson 54 H 

56 Georgetown (OT) 58 R 

71 Richmond 73 H 
68 Geo. Washington 61 H 
70 Virginia 56 R 

61 Tampa 51 R 
63 Miami (Fla.) 57 R 
5 1 Washington & Lee 25 R 
54 Virginia Tech 41 R 
76 Washington & Lee 43 H 
61 Navy(OT) 60 R 
74 Wake Forest 53 H 
61 Duke 68 H 
53 Georgetown 50 H 

57 Geo. Washington 70 R 

74 William 8c Mary 55 H 

75 Clemson 59 A 

56 Wake Forest (OT) 64 A 

1954-55 

17-7(7-2H;10-4R;0-lN) 
10-4 ACC (3rd) 
Maryland 

60 Georgetown 43 H 
49 Duke 47 H 

58 Wake Forest (OT) 62 H 

72 Virginia 69 R 

61 Duke 68 R 

70 North Carolina 60 R 
58 Texas Tech 54 R 
83 Rhode Island 66 R 
78 Cincinnati 61 R 
68 South Carolina 51 H 
78 Virginia 65 H 

71 Clemson 63 R 
68 South Carolina 52 R 
68 NC State 64 H 
53 Geo. Washington 75 R 
60 Navy 54 R 
67 William 8c Mary 62 R 

67 Geo. Washington 73 H 
63 North Carolina 61 H 

68 Clemson 66 H 
58 NC State 78 R 
71 Wake Forest 75 R 

57 Georgetown (2 OT) 49 R 
67 Virginia (OT I 68 A 



1955-56 

14-10 (9-5H;5-4R,0 
7-7 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

67 Virginia 

52 William 8c Mary 

61 Wake Forest 

61 Kentucky 

62 North Carolina 
75 Michigan State 

75 St. Francis 

76 South Carolina 
62 Geo. Washington 
71 Clemson 

59 South Carolina 
64 NC State 

62 Duke 

55 North Carolina 

62 Georgetown (OT) 

80 Navy 

70 Duke 

67 Geo. Washington 

81 Clemson 

71 NC State 

60 Wake Forest 
60 Virginia 

72 Georgetown 
69 Duke 



IN) 



55 H 

51 H 

51 H 

62 H 

68 H 
95 H 
66 H 
57 H 
48 H 

63 R 
53 R 
73 H 
76 R 

64 R 
57 R 

61 H 
82 H 
46 R 

69 H 

62 R 
76 R 
73 R 
61 H 
94 A 



1956-57 

16-10 (8-2H;7-7R;1-1N) 
9-5 ACC (2nd) 
Maryland 

67 Virginia 63 

Fordham 68 

Wake Forest 53 

Kentucky 76 

North Carolina 70 

Montana State 72 

New Mexico A&M 45 

Virginia 39 

Clemson 52 

South Carolina 68 

Duke 51 

Geo. Washington 48 

South Carolina 59 

Georgetown 69 

NC State 66 

Duke 72 

Geo. Washington 67 



No. Carolina (2 OT) 65 



Virginia 
NC State 
Wake Forest 
Navy 
Clemson 
Georgetown 
Virginia 
South Carolina 



64 
49 
62 
56 
65 
59 
68 
74 



1957-58 

22-7(1 0-1 H;7-5R; 5-1 N) 
9-5 ACC (4th) 
ACC Tournament Champions 
Maryland 

64 Geo. Washington 
61 Fordham 

71 Kentucky 

72 Wake Forest 
88 Navy 

Vanderbilt 

Memphis State (3 OT)47 



South Carolina 

Clemson 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Georgetown 

NC State 

Navy 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

NCState(3 0T) 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Georgetown 



55 


H 


58 


R 


62 


H 


58 


H 


58 


H 


56 


R 


)47 


R 


59 


R 


73 


R 


49 


H 


61 


H 


45 


R 


57 


H 


51 


R 


66 


R 


67 


R 


54 


H 


69 


R 


56 


H 


68 


R 


66 


R 


46 


H 



IN 



55 H 
66 R 

56 H 
58 R 
53 H 

65 H 
56 R 
50 R 
31 H 
41 R 

55 R 
53 H 
78 R 
64 R 

56 R 

66 H 
53 R 
58 H 



99 South Carolina 59 H 

70 Virginia 66 A 

71 Duke(OT) 65 A 
86 North Carolina 74 A 
86 Boston College 63 C 

67 Temple 71 C 
59 Manhattan 55 C 

1958-59 

10-13(7-3H;3-9R;0 
7-7ACC(T3rd) 
Maryland 

53 NC State 

62 Northwestern 

63 Virginia 

56 Kentucky (OT) 
50 Navy 

68 Wake Forest 

45 Mississippi State 

54 Loyola 

64 Duke 
59 South Carolina 

46 Clemson 
61 Georgetown 

69 Duke 

57 North Carolina 
53 Wake Forest 

65 Geo. Wash. (OT) 
37 NC State 
77 Clemson 

50 Virginia 62 R 

69 North Carolina 51 H 
67 Georgetown 56 R 

75 South Carolina 45 H 

65 Virginia 66 A 

1959-60 

15-8(8-2H;7-5R;0- 
9-5 ACC (3rd) 
Maryland 

64 Geo. Washington 

70 Virginia 
59 Georgetown 

47 Wake Forest 
63 Indiana 

76 Fordham 
103 Yale 

85 South Carolina 

51 Georgetown 
56 Duke 

63 NC State 
51 Navy 

66 North Carolina 

64 Wake Forest 
44 Virginia 
46 NC State 

70 Clemson 

71 Duke 

86 Geo. Wash. (OT) 
64 North Carolina 
66 Clemson (2 OT) 

72 South Carolina 
58 NC State 



1N) 



57 R 

62 H 

48 H 

54 H 

72 R 

54 R 

80 H 

52 H 
66 R 
48 R 

53 H 
50 R 
75 H 
65 R 
43 R 
48 R 

55 H 
61 H 
84 H 

81 R 
59 R 
55 R 
74 A 



NC State 

Duke 

Geo. Washington 

Virginia 

Clemson (OT) 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 



83 R 

71 H 

63 R 

62 H 

80 H 

75 A 

98 A 





1961-62 






8-17(4-6H;4-10R;0-1N) 




3-11 ACC (7th) 




Maryland 




65 


Penn State 


71 R 


78 


Georgetown (2 OT 


79 H 


68 


NC State (OT) 


73 H 


75 


Minnesota 


69 H 


79 


Wake Forest 


62 H 


91 


Virginia 


70 R 


62 


Mississippi State 


64 R 


64 


Louisville 


83 R 


67 


Geo. Washington 


56 R 


77 


South Carolina 


86 H 


83 


Georgetown 


70 R 


68 


Duke 


84 R 


81 


Geo. Washington 


67 H 


61 


NC State 


68 R 


71 


Miami (Fla.) 


68 R 


58 


Navy 


67 R 


79 


North Carolina 


62 H 


68 


South Carolina 


85 R 


61 


Clemson 


73 R 


53 


Duke 


79 H 


78 


Wake Forest 


81 R 


67 


North Carolina 


70 R 


68 


Virginia 


72 H 


68 


Clemson 


75 H 


58 


Duke 

1962-63 


71 A 




8-13(5-6H;3-6R;0-1N) 




4-10 ACC (T6th) 




Maryland 




61 


Penn State 


62 H 


70 


Georgetown 


79 R 


56 


Duke 


92 R 


74 


NC State 


76 H 


67 


Virginia 


61 R 


74 


Wake Forest 


85 H 


68 


South Carolina 


63 H 


74 


Geo. Washington 


72 H 


67 


Navy 


61 H 


56 


North Carolina 


78 H 


59 


NC State 


79 R 


68 


Geo. Washington 


67 R 


73 


Georgetown 


72 H 


68 


North Carolina 


82 R 


60 


Clemson 


62 R 


51 


South Carolina 


44 R 


54 


Wake Forest 


75 R 


69 


Virginia 


71 H 


70 


Duke 


76 H 


69 


Clemson 


67 H 


41 


Wake Forest 


80 A 





1960-61 








1963-64 










14-12(8-2H;5-9R;MN) 






9-17(5-4H;4-12R;0-1N) 








6-8 ACC (4th) 








5-9 ACC (6th) 








Maryland 






Maryland 








64 


Penn State 


47 


H 


68 


Virginia 


58 


H 




57 


Virginia 


52 


R 


72 


Georgetown 


83 


R 




80 


Geo. Washington 


66 


H 


62 


Penn State 


91 


R 




64 


Minnesota 


53 


R 


72 


NC State 


62 


H 




78 


Georgetown 


67 


R 


74 


West Virginia 


72 


H 




60 


Wake Forest 


72 


H 


56 


Clemson 


48 


H 




57 


North Carolina 


81 


R 


59 


Tennessee 


70 


R 




67 


NC State 


75 


N 


75 


Louisiana State 


65 


R 




84 


Wyoming 


77 


R 


54 


Arizona 


57 


R 


3> 


72 


South Carolina 


58 


H 


82 


Columbia 


76 


R 


55 


Georgetown 


47 


H 


69 


South Carolina (OT) 73 


H 


JO 

-< 


62 


Duke 


70 


R 


55 


Navy 


68 


R 


1 — 


52 


North Carolina 


58 


H 


88 


North Carolina 


97 


R 


■z. 


63 


Navy 


62 


H 


65 


NC State 


66 


R 


o 


75 


NC State 


57 


H 


91 


Wake Forest 


82 


R 


CO 
CI 


56 


North Carolina 


63 


R 


80 


Geo. Washington 


76 


R 


69 


Wake Forest 


78 


R 


67 


West Virginia 


91 


R 


m 


59 


Clemson 


76 


R 


72 


Duke 


104 H 


CO 


61 


South Carolina 


64 


R 


77 


Wake Forest 


79 


H 


J> 



149 



TERP RECO 



Terps Through the Years 



30 

-< 
I — 

3> 



D3 

3> 



74 North Carolina 
73 Virginia 

63 Duke 
78 Georgetown 

68 Clemson 

64 South Carolina 
67 Clemson 

1964-65 

18-8(9-3H;8-4R;1-1N) 
10-4ACC(T2nd) 
Maryland 

72 Penn State 
82 Geo. Washington 
59 Virginia 
62 NC State 

73 West Virginia (OT) 
82 Wake Forest 
61 Kansas (OT) 

66 Tulsa 
73 Miami (Fla.) 

76 North Carolina 

67 Clemson (2 OT) 

75 South Carolina 

77 Navy 

93 Wake Forest (OT) 

67 NC State 

91 North Carolina 

64 Duke 

86 West Virginia 
85 Georgetown 
52 Virginia 

70 Navy 

85 Duke 
88 Clemson 

73 South Carolina 
61 Clemson 

67 NC State 

1965-66 

14-11 (7-3H;7-7R;0-1N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

61 Penn State 

87 Wake Forest 
59 NC State 

62 Kansas 

63 Kansas State 
77 Georgetown 

74 West Virginia 

69 Houston 

77 Dayton 

52 North Carolina 

62 Virginia 
61 Duke 

58 NC State (OT) 
107 Geo. Washington 
66 Clemson 

78 South Carolina 

76 North Carolina 

86 Wake Forest (OT) 
74 Navy 
107 West Virginia 

71 Virginia 
69 Duke 

56 South Carolina 

69 Clemson 

70 North Carolina 

1966-67 

11-14(5-5H;6-8R;0-1I 
5-9 ACC (TSth) 
Maryland 

76 Penn State 

54 NC State 

63 South Carolina 
85 Virginia 
50 Oklahoma State 

53 Memphis State 

59 Wake Forest 
66 Davidson 

57 Army 

60 NC State 
82 West Virginia (OT) 
69 Duke (OT) 

68 Clemson 

58 West Virginia 



64 


H 


79 


R 


84 


R 


81 


H 


83 


R 


74 


R 


81 


A 


71 


H 


80 


H 


61 


R 


63 


H 


80 


H 


64 


H 


63 


H 


59 


N 


80 


R 


68 


H 


65 


R 


70 


R 


58 


H 


85 


R 


73 


R 


80 


R 


82 


R 


78 


R 


67 


R 


47 


H 


57 


R 


82 


H 


71 


H 


59 


H 


50 


A 


76 


A 


65 


R 


66 


H 


4S 


H 


71 


R 


57 


R 


59 


H 


76 


R 


68 


R 


75 


R 


67 


R 


65 


H 


76 


R 


60 


R 


81 


R 


71 


R 


63 


R 


66 


H 


78 


R 


69 


H 


92 


H 


64 


R 


74 


H 


42 


H 


81 


H 


77 


A 


53 


H 


38 


R 


65 


H 


65 


R 


49 


R 


55 


R 


68 


H 


65 


R 


54 


R 


55 


H 


si 


R 


72 


H 


48 


H 


61 


H 



South Carolina 

North Carolina 

Geo. Washington 

Georgetown 

Virginia 

Navy 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

South Carolina 



80 R 

85 R 

52 H 

80 R 

76 H 



66 
81 




FRANK FELLOWS 

2 Seasons 

1967-68 to 1968 69 

Record: 16-34 
Conference: 6-22 



1967-68 

8-16(7-3H;1-12R;0- 
4-10 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

71 Penn State 

84 Geo. Washington 

62 NC State 

66 South Carolina 
60 Wake Forest 

53 Texas El-Paso 

72 S. Illinois (OT) 
59 South Carolina 
52 NC State 

79 West Virginia 
52 Duke 

93 Clemson (2 OT) 

76 Navy 

73 Miami (Fla.) 

67 North Carolina 

64 Duke 

66 West Virginia 

85 Virginia 

87 Wake Forest 

80 North Carolina 

81 Clemson 

68 Virginia 

68 Georgetown 

54 NC State 

1968-69 

8-18 (4-6H; 4-1 1 R; 
2-12 ACC (T7th) 
Maryland 

66 Penn State 

65 West Virginia 

67 South Carolina 

63 Princeton 
87 Wake Forest 

99 Geo. Washington 

89 Marshall 

85 Miami (Fla.) 

69 Davidson 
95 Wichita 

71 Wake Forest 

69 NC State 

67 South Carolina 

85 Duke 

83 Clemson 

77 Virginia 

87 North Carolina 

81 NC State 

91 West Virginia 

83 Duke 

68 Navy 

78 Virginia 

86 North Carolina 



1N) 



79 H 
65 R 
78 R 

57 A 



76 R 

53 R 

75 H 

65 H 

73 R 



68 R 

68 R 

75 H 

84 H 

94 R 

72 H 



83 R 

76 H 

74 H 

83 R 

68 H 

70 R 

60 H 

63 A 



IN) 



56 H 

86 R 

79 R 
72 H 

95 R 

96 H 

80 R 

92 R 
83 R 

83 R 

93 R 

85 R 
69 H 
96 R 
78 H 
78 H 
107 R 

86 H 

84 H 
93 H 
72 R 
84 R 
88 H 



84 Clemson 
83 Georgetown 
71 South Carolina 



83 R 
78 R 
92 A 




CHARLES'LEFTY" DRIESELL 

17 Seasons 

1969-7- to 1985-86 

Record: 348-159 

Conference: 122-100 



1969-70 

13-13(10-4H;3-8R;0-1N) 
5-9 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

97 Buffalo 77 H 

92 Geo. Washington 71 R 

67 Princeton ' 75 R 

87 Wake Forest 104H 

68 South Carolina 101 H 
54 Armv 69 H 
94 Fordham 71 H 
94 Delaware 58 H 
57 NC State 91 R 

96 Wake Forest 88 R 
83 West Virginia 76 H 

44 South Carolina 55 R 

75 Clemson 68 R 
73 Navy 57 H 

97 Maine 68 H 
52 Duke 50 H 

69 North Carolina 77 H 
54 NC State 64 R 
81 Georgetown 71 H 

69 Virginia 71 R 
83 North Carolina 90 R 

76 Duke 87 R 
103 Clemson 85 H 

78 West Virginia 83 R 

79 Virginia 
57 NC State 

1970-71 

14-12(11 4H;3-7R;0 
5-9 ACC (T6th) 

Maryland 

86 Delaware 73 H 

109 Buffalo 70 H 

85 Lehigh 66 H 

72 Wake Forest 71 H 

70 South Carolina 96 R 

79 Georgetown 92 R 

80 Tampa 72 H 
111 Miami (Fla.) 77 H 
99 Richmond 67 H 

81 NC State 83 H 
31 South Carolina 30 H 
56 Clemson 52 H 

69 Geo. Washington 67 H 

88 Loyola (Md.) 69 R 

70 North Carolina 105 R 
61 NC State 71 R 

88 Duke 79 R 
63 Virginia 78 R 
67 Duke 70 H 
76 North Carolina 100 H 
56 SetonHall 55 R 

45 Clemson 51 R 
81 West Virginia 83 H 
66 Wake Forest 72 R 

89 Virginia 84 H 
63 South Carolina 71 A 



71 
67 



IN) 



1971-72 

27-5 (14-0H;7-4R; 6-1 N) 
8-4ACC(T2nd) 
NIT Champions 
Maryland 

100 Brown 83 H 

118 Geo. Washington 96 R 

57 Virginia 78 R 

79 Georgetown 46 H 

86 Canisius 77 H 

73 Loyola (Md.) 60 R 

102 Holy Cross 79 R 

103 Western Kentucky 67 H 

90 St. lohn's 69 H 
83 NC State 70 H 

61 Clemson 63 R 
49 Wake Forest 46 R 
85 Navy 60 R 
82 Buffalo 58 H 
72 North Carolina 92 R 

66 N.C State 65 R 

77 Duke 58 H 
85 Duquesne 71 H 

78 Long Island Univ. 60 R 

79 North Carolina (OT) 77 H 

67 Clemson 57 H 
76 Richmond 61 H 
59 Duke 68 R 
64 Wake Forest (OT) 56 H 
45 Virginia 42 H 
54 Clemson 52 

62 Virginia 57 
64 North Carolina 73 
67 St. Joseph's 55 
71 Syracuse 65 

91 Jacksonville 77 
100 Niagara 69 



1972-73 

23-7(12 1H;8-4R;3-2N) 
7-5 ACC (3rd) 
Maryland 

127 Brown 82 H 

82 Richmond 50 R 
107 Canisius 80 H 

99 Georgetown 73 R 

88 Geo. Washington 79 H 
90 Georgia Tech 55 H 

90 Syracuse 76 H 
76 Kent State 58 H 
79 Clemson 75 R 

93 Virginia 74 H 
85 NC State 87 H 

76 Navy 67 R 

105 Wake Forest 76 H 

100 Long Island Univ. 73 H 

94 North Carolina 88 H 
78 NC State 89 R 
81 Duke 85 R 

83 Fordham 72 R 
93 Buffalo 64 H 
85 North Carolina 95 R 
69 Clemson 66 H 
81 Duquesne 71 R 
96 Duke 68 H 
60 Wake Forest 62 R 
92 Virginia 81 R 

77 Clemson 61 A 

73 Wake Forest 65 A 

74 NC State 76 A 

91 Syracuse 75 C 

89 Providence 103 C 

1973-74 

23-5 (1 2-1 H; 9-3R; 2-1 N) 

9-3ACC(T2nd) 
Maryland 

64 UCLA 65 R 

106 Eastern Kentucky 57 H 
1 1 5 Georgetown 83 H 

78 San Francisco 60 R 
53 Santa Clara 32 R 
102 Holy Cross 75 H 
58 Boston College 37 H 
96 Richmond 60 R 
89 Clemson 60 H 
72 Wake Forest 59 R 



74 NC State 

112 Fordham 

72 Navy 
86 Canisius 

73 North Carolina 
80 NC State 

104 Duke 
88 Virginia 

92 Geo. Washington 

91 North Carolina 

56 Clemson 

98 Duquesne 

64 Duke 

77 Wake Forest 

110 Virginia 

85 Duke 

105 North Carolina 
100 NC State (OT) 



80 R 
73 H 
50 R 
73 H 

82 R 
86 H 

83 H 

81 R 

71 R 
80 H 
54 R 

72 H 
61 R 
68 H 
75 H 
66 A 
85 A 
103 A 



1974-75 

24-5(12-2H;10-1R;2-2N) 
10-2 ACC 
ACC Regular Season Champions 
Maryland 

106 Richmond 81 H 

99 Wake Forest 78 R 

99 Long Island Univ. 84 H 

104 Georgetown 71 R 
113 DePauw 49 H 

81 Geo. Washington 67 R 

105 Georgia Tech 67 H 
75 UCLA 81 H 
96 Appalachian State 50 H 
90 Notre Dame 82 H 
83 Duke 77 H 
89 Wake Forest 73 H 

103 NC State 85 H 
87 Navy 73 R 

82 Clemson 83 R 
66 North Carolina 69 H 

98 NC State 97 R 
86 Virginia 79 H 

65 Fordham 46 R 

104 Duke 80 R 
96 North Carolina 74 R 
70 Virginia 51 R 

103 Duquesne 82 R 
70 Clemson 64 H 

104 East Tennessee 87 H 
85 NC State 87 A 

83 Creighton 79 C 
83 Notre Dame 71 C 
82 Louisville 96 C 

1975-76 

22-6(13-2H;8-3R;1-1N) 
7-5ACC(T2nd) 
Maryland 

127 East Carolina 84 H 

99 DePauw 42 H 
98 Richmond 71 R 
122 Boston University 82 H 
93 Georgia Tech 65 H 
81 Fordham 56 H 
70 UNC Charlotte 60 H 

104 Seton Hall 69 H 

66 Princeton 59 H 
111 Long Island Univ. 88 H 

Geo. Washington 72 R 

Wake Forest 96 R 

NC State 69 R 

Navy 69 R 

Clemson 82 H 

North Carolina (OT) 95 R 

102 NC State 84 H 

69 Notre Dame 63 R 

69 Virginia 66 R 

102 Duke 91 H 

69 North Carolina 81 H 

98 Clemson 89 R 

72 Georgetown 63 R 

67 Duke 69 R 

105 Wake Forest 91 H 
81 Virginia 73 H 
80 Duke(OT) 78 A 
65 Virginia 73 A 



150 












1976-77 

19-8(15-4H;3-3R;1-1N) 
7-5 ACC (4th) 
Maryland 

79 Notre Dame (OT) 80 H 

86 Ball State 70 H 
49 Long Island Univ. 45 H 
58 Princeton 45 H 

80 East Carolina 69 H 
92 DePaul 74 H 
76 Appalachian State 74 H 
106 Bucknell 72 H 

84 Xavier 74 H 
96 Syracuse 85 H 

90 Richmond 87 H 

85 Wake Forest (OT) 86 H 

87 NC State 80 H 
62 Navy 54 N 

71 Clemson 93 R 
68 North Carolina 71 H 

75 NC State 73 R 

76 Geo. Washington 86 H 
82 Virginia 67 H 
65 Duke(OT) 64 R 

70 North Carolina 97 R 

84 Clemson 78 H 

88 Pittsburgh 75 H 

85 Duke 72 H 

81 Wake Forest 80 R 

68 Virginia 77 R 

72 NC State 82 A 

1977-78 

15-13 (10-4H;1-8R;4-1N) 
3-9 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

95 Bucknell 

78 American 

91 Georgetown 

89 Penn State 
130 East Carolina 

90 Geo. Washington 
94 Long Island Univ. 
99 Army 

91 Western Kentucky 
65 Georgia Tech 
78 Duke 
75 Wake Forest 

82 NC State 
74 Air Force 

90 Clemson 75 H 

71 North Carolina 85 R 

73 NC State 80 H 
54 Notre Dame 69 R 
64 Virginia 66 R 
81 Nevada Las-Vegas 68 H 
64 North Carolina 66 H 
80 Clemson 75 R 

86 Pittsburgh (OT) 89 R 
70 Duke 81 R 

91 Wake Forest 89 H 
70 Virginia 79 H 
109 NCState(3 0T) 108 A 

69 Duke 81 A 

1978-79 

19-11 (12-4H;4-4R;3-3N) 
6-6 ACC (4th) 
Maryland 



62 


H 


65 


N 


87 


N 


80 


N 


106 H 


101R 


64 


H 


77 


II 


78 


11 


63 


H 


88 


H 


84 


R 


88 


R 


73 


H 



107 


Bucknell 


97 H 


65 


Georgetown 


68 N 


81 


Air Force 


68 R 


88 


Nevada Las-Vegas 


94 R 


69 


Penn State 


61 N 


86 


Biscayne 


60 H 


82 


East Carolina 


71 H 


124 


NC State 


110H 


129 


Canisius 


103 H 


62 


St. Joseph's (OT) 


56 H 


83 


Southern California 


79 H 


84 


Geo. Washington 


72 H 


60 


Wake Forest 


66 H 


82 


NCState(2 0T) 


81 R 


84 


Louisville 


99 H 


77 


Clemson 


63 R 


53 


North Carolina 


54 H 


82 


Navy 


62 H 


67 


Notre Dame 


66 H 



87 R 

76 R 

69 H 

68 H 

53 R 



63 Virginia 69 H 

78 Duke 
67 North Carolina 
77 Clemson 

70 Duke 
54 Wake Forest 
72 Virginia 75 R 
75 Clemson 67 A 

79 North Carolina 102 A 

67 Rhode Island (3 OT) 65 T 
72 Ohio State 79 T 

1979-80 

24-7,16-0H;4-4R;4-3N) 
11-3 ACC(lst) 

ACC Regular Season Champions 
Maryland 

82 Md.- Eastern Shore 58 H 
56 Penn State 55 N 

71 Georgetown 83 N 

72 Brown 59 H 
113 Catholic 79 H 
70 Georgia Tech 60 H 
95 Bucknell 73 H 
115 Miami (Ohio) 76 H 
85 Temple 63 H 

83 Georgia Tech 74 R 

84 Wake Forest 76 R 

62 NC State 67 R 
95 Pittsburgh 88 H 

84 Clemson 83 H 
92 North Carolina 86 R 
66 NC State 62 H 

63 Notre Dame 64 R 
63 Virginia 61 R 
101 Duke 82 H 
70 North Carolina 69 H 

81 Clemson 90 R 
99 Boston 76 H 

85 East Carolina 72 H 
61 Duke 66 R 
83 Wake Forest 77 H 

82 Virginia 71 H 
51 Georgia Tech (OT) 49 A 
91 Clemson 85 A 
72 Duke 73 A 

86 Tennessee 75 C 

68 Georgetown 74 C 

1980-81 

21-10 (12-3H;6-5R;3-2N) 
8-6 ACC (4th) 
Maryland 

86 Navy 

95 American 

96 Wagner 

83 Syracuse 
109 Fairleigh Dickinson 



67 

82 

66 

114 

74 

69 

66 

94 

64 

68 

81 

70 

69 

72 

60 

54 

72 

63 

94 

76 

63 

56 

85 

60 

81 

64 



Louisville 

NC State 

Georgia Tech 

Marshall 

St. Joseph's 

William & Mary 

North Carolina 

Duke 

Virginia 

Clemson (OT) 

Md. -Eastern Shore 

Notre Dame 

Pittsburgh (OT) 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

NC State 

Virginia 

Duke 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Tenn. Chattanooga 

Indiana 



1981-82 

16-13 (13-3H;2-8R;1-2N) 
5-9 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

49 St. Peter's 42 H 
82 Lafayette 58 H 
87 Long Island Univ. 79 H 

74 George Mason 62 H 

76 Md.-Eastern Shore 64 H 

75 Towson State 59 H 
53 NC State 74 R 

90 Ohio University 64 H 
43 Georgia Tech 45 H 
57 UCLA 90 R 

50 North Carolina 66 H 
40 Duke 36 R 
40 Virginia (OT) 45 R 

62 Clemson 57 H 

91 Canisius 73 H 

51 Notre Dame 55 R 
50 William 8( Mary 43 R 

63 Georgia Tech 64 R 
61 Wake Forest 56 H 

77 Duke 60 H 
94 Hofstra 59 H 
56 North Carolina 59 R 
66 Clemson 75 R 
42 Wake Forest 48 R 
38 NC State 52 H 
47 Virginia (OT) 46 H 
28 NC State 40 A 
66 Richmond 50 T 
69 Georgia 83 T 

1982-83 





20-10 (14-3H;5-4R;1-3N) 






8-6ACC(T3rd) 






Maryland 






79 


Penn State 


97 


N 


91 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


70 


H 


67 


Canisius 


66 


R 


56 


St. Joseph's 


64 


H 


85 


Duquesne 


64 


H 


66 


Towson State 


56 


H 


80 


UCLA (2 OT) 


79 


H 


73 


American 


71 


H 


56 


William 8t Mary 


51 


H 


64 


Virginia 


83 


H 


71 


North Carolina 


72 


R 


67 


Duke 


56 


H 


80 


Clemson 


61 


R 


68 


Notre Dame 


67 


H 


55 


Holy Cross 


53 


H 


56 


NC State 


81 


H 


98 


Navy 


73 


H 


87 


Old Dominion 


67 


H 


77 


Georgia Tech 


68 


H 


66 


Wake Forest 


79 


R 


106 


North Carolina 


94 


H 


92 


Clemson 


88 


H 


101 


Duke 


90 


R 


60 


Georgia Tech 


70 


R 


83 


Wake Forest 


75 


H 


67 


NC State 


58 


R 


81 


Virginia 


83 


R 


58 


Georgia Tech (OT) 


64 


A 


52 


Tenn. Chattanooga 


51 


C 


50 


Houston 

1983-84 


60 


C 




24-8(13-2H;6-4R;5-2N) 






9-5 ACC (2nd) 








ACC Tournament Champions 




Maryland 






87 


Johns Hopkins 


65 


H 


68 


Ohio State 


72 


N 


77 


Canisius 


55 


H 


67 


Penn State 


58 


N 


78 


Duquesne 


67 


R 


104 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


69 


H 


89 


Boston College 


76 


H 


58 


Randolph Macon 


52 


H 


96 


La Salle 


83 


H 


59 


NC State 


55 


R 


58 


William Sc Mary 


44 


H 


62 


North Carolina 


74 


H 


81 


Duke 


75 


R 



85 Clemson 72 H 

69 Old Dominion 58 R 
47 Notre Dame 52 R 
67 Virginia 66 R 

70 Georgia Tech (2 OT) 71 R 
87 Wake Forest 90 R 
84 Duke 89 H 
61 Dayton 59 H 
66 Clemson (3 OT) 65 R 
63 North Carolina 78 R 
79 Georgia Tech 74 H 
90 Wake Forest 79 H 
63 NC State 50 H 
74 Virginia 65 H 

69 NC State 63 
66 Wake Forest 64 
74 Duke 62 
102 West Virginia 77 

70 Illinois 72 



1984-85 

25-12 (14-2H;7-6R;4 
8-6ACC(T4th) 
Maryland 

56 Kansas 

54 Alaska 

72 Tennessee 

56 West Virginia 

95 Cleveland St. 

59 Alabama 
76 Ohio State 

87 Md.-Eastern Shore 

8 1 Loyola 

78 Iowa (OT) 

79 Hawaii 

69 Georgia Tech 

58 NC State 

63 Dayton 

74 North Carolina 

78 Duke (OT) 

94 Clemson 

76 UNLV 

99 Holy Cross 

77 Notre Dame 
77 Villanova 
71 Virginia 

60 Georgia Tech 
87 Old Dominion 

64 Wake Forest 
62 Duke 

54 North Carolina 
64 Clemson 

43 Georgia Tech 

91 Towson State 

69 Wake Forest 

71 NC State 

60 Virginia 

73 Duke 

69 Miami (OH) (OT) 

64 Navy 

43 Villanova 

1985-86 

19-14(10-5H;6-7R;3- 
6-8 ACC (6th) 
Maryland 

48 Northeastern 
81 George Mason 

66 Ohio State 

74 Fairleigh Dickinson 
77 William & Mary 

61 UNLV 

42 West Virginia 

9 1 Towson State 
60 Alabama 

67 Stanford 

92 Hawaii Pacific 

75 Duke 

74 Randolph Macon 

67 Georgia Tech 

67 North Carolina 

49 Virginia 

55 NC State 

68 Duke 

77 Wake Forest 

62 Villanova 
62 Notre Dame 

78 Clemson 



4N) 



58 N 

52 R 

49 N 

47 H 
84 H 
54 R 

73 H 

48 H 

74 R 
68 N 

71 R 
70 N 
56 H 
67 R 

75 R 

76 H 
84 H 
78 R 
75 H 

65 H 

74 H 
58 H 

72 H 

75 H 
62 R 

70 R 
60 H 

71 R 
48 R 
38 H 

66 H 
70 H 



2N) 



72 H 

80 R 
78 R 
51 H 
48 H 
64 H 
41 R 
58 H 
58 H 
55 N 
85 R 

81 H 
50 H 

68 R 
71 H 
70 R 
67 H 
80 R 
55 H 
64 R 

69 R 
69 R 



67 NC State 66 R 

60 Clemson 70 R 

91 Md.-Eastern Shore 44 H 

77 North Carolina (OT) 72 R 

70 Georgia Tech 77 H 

59 Wake Forest 48 R 

87 Virginia 72 H 

85 North Carolina 75 A 

62 Georgia Tech 64 A 

69 Pepperdine 64 C 

64 UNLV 70 C 




BOB WADE 

3 Seasons 

1986-87 to 1988-89 

Record: 36-50 
Conference: 7-35 



1986-87 

9-17(8-8H;1-8R;0-1N) 
0-1 4 ACC (8th) 
Maryland 

76 Winthrop 58 H 
Fairleigh Dickinson 59 H 
Notre Dame 63 H 
NC State 69 R 
Towson State 71 H 
North Carolina 98 R 
Virginia 71 H 
Duke 85 H 
Clemson 72 R 
Bucknell 68 H 
West Virginia 62 H 
Old Dominion 87 R 
James Madison 76 R 
Georgia Tech 76 R 
Wake Forest 69 R 
Clemson 80 H 
Duke 76 R 
Georgia Tech 78 H 
North Carolina 93 H 
Central Florida 55 H 
UMBC 64 H 
Wake Forest 75 H 
NC State 85 H 

117 Md.-Eastern Shore 51 H 

77 Virginia 82 R 
63 North Carolina 82 A 



1987-88 

18-13 (8-4H;6-7R;4 
6-8 ACC (5th) 
Maryland 

74 Loyola (Md.) 

77 Mississippi 
65 Winthrop 

49 West Virginia 

82 St. Mary's 

75 East Carolina 
54 Louisiana State 

82 South Carolina 
88 Arkansas 

93 Wake Forest 

85 Missouri 

68 Clemson 

65 North Carolina 

72 Duke 

72 Virginia 

81 NC State 

78 Notre Dame 
70 Old Dominion 

83 Georgia Tech 
70 Clemson 

83 Duke 

82 Georgia Tech 



2N) 



60 N 

96 N 

52 H 

75 R 

54 R 

59 H 



76 H 

93 R 

53 H 

71 H 

69 R 

84 R 

83 H 

75 R 

65 R 
96 H 

66 R 
90 H 
104 R 



3D 

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i Terps Through the Years 




67 


H 


86 


North Carolina (#1) 73 


H 


66 






73 


North Carolina 


74 R 


73 


Clemson 75 H 


98 


American 


Coll. of Charleston 




101 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


51 H 


111 


Duke(OT) 114H 


93 


La Salle 


76 


A 


80 


Florida State 65 


H 




(#16) 75 C 




70 


Wake Forest 


65 R 


78 


Georgia Tech 80 R 


78 


Towson State 


68 


H 


54 


Wake Forest (#14) 63 


R 








68 


NC State 


74 R 


80 


North Carolina 76 R 


103 


Morgan State 


63 


H 


74 


Cincinnati 72 


N 




1997-98 




69 


Virginia 


63 H 


64 


Southern Cal. 62 R 


72 


Louisville 


67 


H 


84 


NC State 71 


H 




21-11 (11 -2H;4-5R;6-4N) 




84 


Georgia Tech 


67 A 


113 


Md.-Baltimore Cty. 61 H 


109 


Howard 


69 


H 


84 


Clemson 68 


H 




10-6 ACC (3rd) 
(land 

South Carolina (#7) (OT) 

76 N 
Fairleigh Dickinson 70 H 
Mt. St. Mary's 74 H 
Florida International 70 H 
Clemson (#17) (OT) 70 R 
Kansas (#2) 83 N 
Geo. Washington 70 N 
UMBC 66 H 
UNC - Asheville 52 H 
UNC - Wilmington 36 H 




64 


North Carolina 


74 A 


74 


Wake Forest 84 R 


75 


Georgia Tech 


85 


H 


94 


Duke 92 


R 


Mar 




92 


Cal. -Santa Barbara 


82 C 


96 


NC State 95 H 


73 


North Carolina 


101 R 


67 


Virginia (#13) 92 


R 


72 




81 


Kentucky 


90 C 


89 


Virginia 74 H 


85 


Florida State 


105 R 


71 


Florida State 64 


N 






1988-89 




84 
91 


Duke 104 A 
Massachusetts 81 T 


73 
89 


Wake Forest 
Oklahoma 


86 

78 


H 

N 


92 


North Carolina (#2) (OT) 
97 N 


81 

102 

117 

65 

86 

66 

104 

110 

74 




9-20(5-9H;0-10R;4-1N) 
1-13 ACC (8th) 
Maryland 

74 Texas Christian 67 N 
69 Georgia State 62 N 
97 Md.-Eastern Shore 53 H 
51 South Carolina 57 R 


78 Penn State 80 T 

1990-91 

16-12(11-H;3-8R;2-1N) 
5-9 ACC (7th) 
Maryland 

93 Towson State 69 H 


70 
72 
62 
68 
79 
63 
84 
64 
88 
73 
79 
74 
76 
66 


NC State 
Clemson 
Duke 
Virginia 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 
NC State 
Clemson 
Duke 
Virginia 
NC State 
North Carolina 


65 

82 
78 
70 
93 
77 
87 
88 
71 
81 
95 
88 
55 
10. 


R 
R 
H 
H 
R 
H 
H 
R 
H 
H 
R 
R 
A 
A 


87 
82 
89 


Gonzaga 63 
Texas 68 
Connecticut (#8) 99 

1995-96 

17-13 (11-3H,3-5R,3-5N) 
8-8ACC(T4th) 


C 
C 

c 




73 


Morgan State 


61 H 


72 


Southern California. 59 H 


Maryland 




79 


Missouri 83 R 




68 


Arkansas 


73 R 


85 


West Virginia 90 R 


84 


Kentucky (#1) 96 


N 


72 


Duke (#2) 104 H 




74 


Monmouth 


70 H 


85 


Boston College 100N 


70 


Towson State 67 


N 


81 


Florida State (#13) 74 H 




61 


West Virginia 


69 H 


70 


Jacksonville 71 R 


47 


Massachusetts (#5) 50 


N 


68 


NC State 65 R 




74 


Lamar 


65 N 


93 


UC-Irvine 79 H 


98 


Geo. Washington 81 


N 


89 


North Carolina (#1) (OT) 




51 


Texas El-Paso 


69 R 


64 


Lafayette 48 H 


88 


Howard 7 1 


H 




83 H 




77 


Louisiana State 


69 H 


86 


Rutgers 81 N 


63 


UCLA 73 


N 


60 


Wake Forest 72 R 




60 
58 


Wake Forest 
Clemson 


70 R 
75 R 


78 
62 


South Carolina 69 N 
Wake Forest 74 R 




1993-94 






83 
104 


Rider 67 
American 79 


H 

H 


70 
74 


Georgia Tech 67 R 
Clemson (#23) 69 H 




72 


Morth Carolina 


88 R 


81 


Clemson 65 H 




18-12 (10-3H,4-6R,4-3N) 




104 


Md.-Eastern Shore 66 


H 


59 


Duke(#l) 86 R 




72 


Duke 


82 H 


92 


Md.-Baltimore Cty 66 H 




8-8ACC(T4th) 






84 


Georgia Tech 98 


R 


77 


Virginia 70 H 




58 


Virginia (OT) 


64 H 


73 


North Carolina 105 R 


Maryland 






86 


North Carolina (#16) (OT) 


68 


Florida State 62 R 




73 


Vlissouri 


87 H 


78 


Duke 94 H 


84 


Georgetown (#15) 








88 


H 


78 


NC State 63 H 




67 


NC State 


90 H 


62 


Virginia 76 H 




(OT) 


83 


R 


64 


Wake Forest (#8) 77 


R 


67 


North Carolina (#1) 85 R 




78 


UMBC 


66 H 


87 


South Florida 81 R 


92 


Cornell 


41 


H 


118 


Delaware State 55 


H 


79 


Wake Forest 83 H 




74 


Georgia Tech 


87 R 


85 


Boston University 59 H 


93 


Rider 


79 


H 


77 


NC State (OT) 74 


H 


81 


Georgia Tech 69 H 




98 


Clemson 


87 H 


104 


NC State 100 H 


89 


Md.-Baltimore Cty 


80 


H 


65 


Clemson (#18) 60 


H 


74 


Virginia 66 R 




60 


Duke 


86 R 


72 


American 69 H 


85 


Morgan State 


62 


H 


73 


Duke 83 


R 


83 


Temple (#24) 66 N 




66 


Georgia Tech 


67 H 


65 


Georgia Tech 80 R 


85 


Oklahoma 


88 


N 


80 


Virginia 72 


R 


83 


Georgia Tech 65 A 




75 


Morth Carolina 


86 H 


69 


Clemson 73 R 


109 


Towson State 


71 


N 


88 


Georgia Tech (#25) 74 


H 


73 


North Carolina (#4) (OT) 




61 


Wake Forest 


75 H 


81 


Duke 101 R 


93 


Hofstra 


67 


N 


84 


North Carolina (#11) 78 


R 




83 A 




77 


NC State 


94 R 


96 


Georgia Tech 93 H 


80 


Massachusetts (#9) 


94 


N 


78 


Florida State 100 R 


82 


Utah State 68 C 




59 


Virginia 


86 R 


75 


North Carolina 87 H 


91 


Georgia Tech (#12) 


88 


R 


78 


Wake Forest (#8) 85 


H 


67 


Illinois (#23) 61 C 




71 


NC State 


49 A 


82 


Virginia Tech 67 R 


70 


North Carolina (#2) 


75 


H 


91 


Missouri 72 


H 


79 


Arizona (#4) 87 C 




58 


Morth Carolina 


88 A 


86 


Wake Forest 78 H 


80 


Florida State 


74 


H 


86 


NC State 84 


R 














91 


NC State 114R 


61 


Wake Forest 


58 


R 


61 


Clemson 68 


R 










4f^ 






78 


Virginia (OT) 74 R , 


102 

73 


NC State 
Clemson 


70 
53 


H 

H 


75 
83 


Duke 

Virginia 71 


H 
H 










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1991-92 


62 


Duke (#2) 


75 


R 


88 


Florida State 78 


H 










I * 








14-1 5 (1 0-5H; 2-7R: 2-3N) 


73 


Virginia 


66 


R 


82 


Duke 69 


A 










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S-11 Aff IRth) 


71 


Georgia Tech 


83 


H 


79 


Georgia Tech (#18) 84 


A 










V 






Maryland 

83 Mount St. Mary's 53 H 
115 Md.-Eastern Shore 60 H 


89 
69 
81 


North Carolina (#1) 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 


95 
66 
58 


R 
R 
H 


79 


Santa Clara 91 

1996-97 


C 










WM J 


|| 




93 


American 68 H 


94 


Loyola (MD) 


71 


H 




21-11 (11-3H;4-5R;6-3N) 


















76 
101 
79 


Providence 66 N 
West Virginia 91 H 
Louisville 96 R 


71 
73 
69 


NC State 
Clemson 
Duke (#2) 


79 
67 
73 


R 
R 
H 


9-7ACC (T4th) 
Maryland 

93 Howard 


H 






GARY WILLIAMS 












9 Seasons 




83 


Towson State 76 H 


70 


Virginia 


68 


H 


93 


Towson State 76 


H 










1989-90 to Present 




83 


Rider College 69 H 


63 

74 
95 
71 


Virginia 
St. Louis (#22) 
Massachusetts (#9) 
Michigan (#11) 


69 
66 

87 
78 


N 
C 
C 

c 


94 


Chicago State 44 


H 










Record: 164-112 
Conference: 64-75 




79 
64 
67 


Rutgers 95 N 
Evansville 75 N 
Georgia Tech (#15) 92 R 


67 
80 
74 


UMBC 31 
California 64 
Geo. Washington 


H 

N 










1989-90 




66 
88 


Duke(#l) 83 H 
NC State 94 R 




1994-95 






77 


(#25) 68 
Georgia Tech 63 


N 
H 










1Q 1/1/11 ,114-3 7D- A 




76 


North Carolina (#14)96 R 




26-8(16-0H;4-4R;6-4N) 




81 


American 74 


H 










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83 


Florida State (#23) 91 H 




12-4 ACC (list) 






108 


Lafayette 67 


H 










6-8ACC(T5th) 




76 


Wake Forest 86 H 


Maryland 






66 


Pittsburgh 63 


N 








Mary 


and 




84 


Clemson 7 1 H 


95 


Chaminade 


67 


N 


76 


Hawaii 59 


R 








87 


Delaware State 


53 H 


75 


Virginia 82 R 


90 


Utah 


78 


N 


65 


Georgia 73 


N 








105 


Augusta College 


74 H 


93 


Florida State 85 R 


90 


Arizona State 


97 


N 


78 


Virginia 62 


H 








51 


South Carolina 


52 N 


65 


Georgia Tech 67 H 


92 


Loyola (Md.) 


62 


H 


85 


North Carolina (#12) 75 


R 








78 


Army 


60 N 


77 


NC State 74 H 


102 


Bucknell 


64 


H 


68 


NC State 59 


R 








65 


Connecticut 


87 N 


89 


Duke(#l) 91 R 


102 


UMBC 


77 


H 


63 


Clemson (#3) 67 


H 








68 


Jacksonville 


53 H 


70 


Clemson 82 R 


113 


Colgate 


53 


H 


54 


Wake Forest (#2) 51 


R 








63 


Coppin State 


70 H 


84 


UNC-Greensboro 55 H 


74 


Massachusetts (#5) 


85 


N 


103 


Penn 73 


N 








104 


George Mason 


86 N 


82 


North Carolina (#10) 80 H 


120 


Towson State 


73 


H 


74 


Duke (#10) 70 


H 








91 


E. Tennessee St. 


86 N 


77 


Wake Forest 66 R 


138 


Morgan State 


72 


H 


70 


Florida State 74 


R 








98 


CSU-Sacramento 


68 N 


74 


Virginia 76 H 


96 


La Salle 


80 


H 


69 


Wake Forest (#2) 74 


H 






s 


110 


Alcorn State 


91 H 


81 


Clemson 75 N 


98 


American 


77 


H 


66 


NC State 55 


H 






zo 


88 


Wake Forest 


82 H 


87 


Duke(#l) 94 N 


80 


Georgia Tech (#24) 


67 


H 


68 


Clemson (#10) 80 


R 






^ 


77 


Clemson 


82 R 






90 


North Carolina (#1) 


100 R 


73 


Florida State 57 


H 






3» 


98 


North Carolina 


88 H 




1992-93 


70 


Florida State 


57 


R 


61 


Massachusetts 78 


N 






o 


80 


Duke 
Virginia 

Boston University 
South Florida 
NC State 
Virginia Tech 
Georgia Tech 


91 R 




12-16(8 7H: 2-8 R, 2 IN) 


76 


Wake Forest (#14) 


66 


H 


76 


Georgia Tech 68 


R 






CO 

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m 
—1 
CO 

1 — 


74 
61 
84 
61 
89 
84 


72 
6f 
6t 
81 
8( 
9( 


K 

R 
H 
R 
H 
H 


2 14 ACC (8th) 
Maryland 

103 Md.-Baltimore Cty. 80 H 
72 West Virginia 86 R 
94 Md.-Eastern Shore 63 H 


84 
56 
74 
71 
91 


NC State 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia (#15) 

Georgia Tech (#21) 


67 R 
51 R 
72 H 
62 H 
100 R 


81 
69 
74 
76 
58 


North Carolina (#12)93 
Duke 81 
Virginia 81 
Clemson (#13) 61 
NC State 65 


R 
R 
R 

A 
A 







152 















TERP RECORDS 



ACC Series Anatomies 



Clemson (Maryland leads 72-42) 

Last Maryland Win: 

Last Clemson Win: 

Williams at Maryland vs. Clemson: 

Terps at Home: 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps since 1954: 

Last 10 games: 

Longest Winning Streak: 

Largest Margin of Victory: 

Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 

Bv Decade: 



Duke (Duke leads, 88-51) 

Last Maryland Win: 

Last Duke Win: 

Williams at Maryland vs. Duke: 

Terps at Home: 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps since 1954: 

Last 10 Games: 

Longest Winning Streak: 

Largest Margin of Victory: 

Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 

By Decade: 



Florida State (Maryland leads, 10 

Last Maryland Win: 

Last Florida State Win: 

Williams at Maryland vs. Florida St.: 

Terps at Home: 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps since 1954: 

Last 10 Games: 

Longest Winning Streak: 

Largest Margin of Victory: 

Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 

Bv Decade: 



Jan. 24, 1998; Home, 74-69 

Dec. 4, 1997; Away, 65-78 (OT) 

9-11 

43-8 

19-31 

10-3 

68-34 

Maryland leads, 6-4 

11 (1951-57) 

+40; 81-41; Away, (1953-54) 

-22; 93-71; Away, (1976-77) 

103-83; Home, (1969-70) 

30s 1-1 70s 18-5 

40s 4-3 80s 14-7 

50s 13-5 90s 9-11 

60s 13-10 



Jan. 26, 1997; Home, 74-70 

Jan. 28, 1998; Away, 59-86 

4-17 

32-31 

12-47 

7-10 

37-65 

Duke leads, 8-2 

7 (1973-76) 

+33; 64-31; Home, (1958-59) 

-36; 92-56; Away; (1952-53) 

11 1-1 14; Home; (1989-90) 

20s 1-0 60s 4-17 

30s 9-7 70s 14-9 

40s 2-12 80s 10-14 

50s 7-12 90s 4-17 

5) 

Feb. 7, 1998; Away, 68-62 

Jan. 29, 1997; Away, 74-70 

10-5 

5-2 

4-3 

1-0 

10-5 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

5 (1994-95) 

+ 16; 73-57; Away, (1996-97) 

-22; 100-78; Away, (1995-96) 

93-85; Away, (1991-92) 

90s 10-5 



Georgia Tech (Georgia Tech leads, 28-21) 



Last Maryland Win: 

Last Georgia Tech Win: 

Williams at Maryland vs. Ga. Tech: 

Terps at Home: 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps since 1954: 

Last 10 Games: 

Longest Winning Streak: 

Largest Margin of Victory: 

Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 

By Decade: 



March 6, 1998; Neutral, 83-65 

Jan. 3, 1996; Away, 84-98 

9-11 

13-10 

5-14 

3-4 

21-28 

Maryland leads, 7-3 

9(1972-81) 

+38 105-67; Home, (1974-75) 

-25 67-92; Away, (1991-92) 

105-67; Home, (1974-75) 

70s 4-0 

80s 7-17 

90s 9-11 



North Carolina (North Carolina 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last North Carolina Win: 
Williams at Maryland vs. UNC: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps since 1954: 
Last 10 Games: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 
By Decade: 



leads, 103-45) 

Jan. 14, 1998; Home, 89-83 (OT) 

March 7, 1998; Neutral, 83-73 (OT) 

7-14 

29-41 

13-48 

4-13 

27-75 

North Carolina leads, 6-4 

5(1929-32) 

+25; 66-41; Away, (1938-39) 

-36; 64-28; Away, (1945-46) 

-36; 102-66; Neutral, (1992-93) 

106-94; Home; (1982-83) 

20s 4-3 60s 5-17 

30s 8-7 70s 5-18 

40s 3-13 80s 5-20 

50s 9-10 90s 7-14 



NC State (NC State leads, 66 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last NC State Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. NC State: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1954: 
Last 10 Games: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored: 
By Decade: 



55) 



Feb. 11, 1998; Home, 78-63 

March 8, 1997; Neutral, 65-58 

15-5 

29-20 

21-30 

5-16 

48-55 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

7(1983-85) 

+32; 102-70; Home, (1993-94) 

-34; 91-57; Away, (1969-70) 

124-1 10; Home, (1978-79) 

20s 1-2 60s 6-18 

30s 3-4 70s 11-15 

40s 3-4 80s 12-11 

50s 4-7 90s 15-5 



Virginia (Maryland leads, 90-57) 

Last Maryland Win: 

Last Virginia Win: 

Williams at Maryland vs. Virginia: 

Terps at Home: 

Terps on the Road: 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 

Terps since 1954: 

Last 10 Games: 

Longest Winning Streak: 

Largest Margin of Victory: 

Largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored: 

By Decade: 



Feb. 24, 1998; Home, 74-66 

March 2, 1997; Away, 81-74 

11-8 

52-18 

33-34 

5-5 

59-40 

Maryland leads, 7-3 

11 (1950-55) 

+35; 110-75, Home, (1973-74) 

-36; 79-43, Away, (1948-49) 

110-75, Home, (1973-74) 

20s 5-4 60s 12-8 

30s 14-2 70s 13-9 

40s 5-10 80s 10-11 

50s 20-5 90s 11-8 



Wake Forest (Wake Forest leads, 49-47) 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last Wake Forest Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. Wake: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps since 1954: 
Last 10 Games: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored: 



By Decade: 



Jan. 19, 1997; Away, 54-51 (OT) 

Feb. 19, 1998; Home, 79-83 

7-11 

28-16 

17-29 

2-4 

47-48 

Wake Forest leads, 6-4 

6 (1984-86) 

+29; 105-76; Home, (1972-73) 

-39; 80-41; Neutral, (1962-63) 

105-76, Home, (1972-73) 

105-91, Home, (1975-76) 

50s 6-8 80s 13-8 

60s 7-15 90s 7-11 

70s 14-7 



153 



TERP RECORDS 



In Season Tournaments 



Tournament Appearances: 
Record: 

Championships: 
Runner-Ups: 



49 

77-29 (72.6) 

24 

11 



Ail-American City Tournament (Owensboro, Ken.) 

12-30-53 vs. Evansville 

1-2-54 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 

1 2-27-54 vs. Texas Tech 
12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 
12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati 



W 

W 

W 
W 
W 



12-28-56 vs. Montana State 
12-29-56 vs. New Mexico A&M 
12-31-56 vs. Virginia 



66-58 
54-37 

58-54 
83-66 
78-61 

W 89-72 

L 43-45 

W 43-39 



(champions) 
(champions) 



(champions) 
(champions) 



(champions) 
(champions) 



Blue Grass Tournament (Louisville, Ken.) 

12-28-59 vs. Indiana L 63-72 

12-29-59 vs. Fordham W 56-54 

Cable Car Classic (San Francisco, Calif.) 

12-21-73 vs. San Francisco W 78-60 

12-22-73 vs. Santa Clara W 53-32 

Carrier Classic (Syracuse, N.Y.) 

12-5-80 vs. Wagner W 96-73 

12-6-80 vs. Syracuse W 83-73 

Central Fidelity Classic (Richmond, Va.) 

12-1-89 vs. South Carolina L 51-52 

12-2-89 vs. Army W 78-60 

Chaminade Christmas Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104-86 

12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee State W 91-86 

12-24-89 vs. Cal. State Sacramento W 98-68 

Charlotte Invitational (Charlotte, N.C.) 

12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 

12-29-66 vs. Army W 57-54 

12-27-68 vs. Davidson L 69-83 

12-28-68 vs. Wichita W 95-83 

Dixie Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) 

12-28-60 vs. North Carolina L 57-81 

12-29-60 vs. N.C. State L 67-75 

12-30-60 vs. Wyoming W 84-77 

ECAC Holiday Festival (New York, N.Y.) 

12-27-90 vs. Rutgers W 86-81 

12-29-90 vs. South Carolina W 78-69 

Evansville Holiday Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) 

12-27-63 vs. Arizona L 54-57 

12-28-63 vs. Columbia W 82-76 

Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tucson, Ariz.) 

12-28-91 vs. Rutgers L 79-95 

12-30-91 vs. Evansville L 64-75 



Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities Classic (Landover, Md.) 

12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts L 47-50 

12-3-95 vs. George Washington W 98-81 

Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities Classic (Landover, Md.) 

12-7-96 vs. California W 80-64 

12-8-96 vs. George Washington W 74-68 (champions) 

Franklin National Bank/Children's Charities Classic 
(Washington, D.C.) 

12-7-97 vs. Kansas W 86-83 

12-8-97 vs. George Washington L 66-70 

Freedom Bowl Classic (Irvine, Calif.) 

11-25-88 vs. Texas Christian W 74-67 

11-26-88 vs. Georgia State W 69-62 

Great Alaskan Shootout (Anchorage, Ala.) 

11-23-84 vs. Kansas W 58-56 

11-24-84 vs. Alaska L 52-54 

11-25-84 vs. Tennessee W 72-49 



(champions) 



(champions) 



Hall of Fame Classic (Springfield, Mass.) 
12-28-93 vs. Hofstra W 93-67 

12-29-93 vs. Massachusetts L 80-94 

Hawaii Pacific Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-28-84 vs. Stanford W 67-65 



12-29-84 vs. Hawaii W 


92-85 


(champions) 


Hurricane Classic (Miami, Fla.) 

12-28-64 vs. Tulsa W 
12-29-64 vs. Miami (Fla.) L 


66-59 
73-80 




MCI Harbor Classic (Baltimore, Md.) 

11-27-87 vs. Loyola (Md.) W 
11-28-87 vs. Mississippi W 


74-60 
77-69 


(champions) 



Marshall Invitational Tournament (Huntingtown, W.V.) 

12-20-68 vs. Marshall W 89-80 

12-21-68 vs. Miami (Fla.) L 85-92 



Maryland Invitational Tournament 

12-19-69 vs. Army 

12-20-69 vs. Fordham 

12-29-71 vs. Western Ken. 

12-30-71 vs. St. John's 

12-29-72 vs. Georgia Tech 

12-30-72 vs. Syracuse 

12-28-73 vs. Holy Cross 

12-29-73 vs. Boston College 

12-27-74 vs. Georgia Tech 

12-28-74 vs. UCLA 

12-29-75 vs. Seton Hall 

12-30-75 vs. Princeton 

12-28-76 vs. Xavier 

12-29-76 vs. Syracuse 

12-28-77 vs. Western Kentucky 

12-29-77 vs. Georgia Tech 

12-29-78 vs. St. Joseph's 

12-30-78 vs. Southern Cal. 

12-28-79 vs. Miami (Ohio) 

12-29-79 vs. Temple 

12-29-80 vs. Marshall 

12-30-80 vs. St. Joseph's 

12-29-83 vs. R. Macon 

12-30-83 vs. La Salle 



(College Park, Md 
L 64-69 
94-71 
103-67 
90-69 
90-53 
90-76 
102-75 
58-37 
105-67 
75-81 
104-69 
66-59 
84-74 
96-85 
91-78 
65-63 
62-57 
83-79 
115-76 
85-63 
114-89 
74-57 
58-52 
96-83 



.) 



W 

W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



Maui Invitational (Maui, Lahina, Hawaii) 

11-21-94 vs. Chaminade W 95-67 

11-22-94 vs. Utah W 90-78 

11-23-94 vs. Arizona State L 90-97 

Memphis State Invitational (Memphis, Tenn.) 

12-16-66 vs. Oklahoma State W 50-49 

12-17-66 vs. Memphis State L 53-55 

Mid- Winter Festival (College Park, Md.) 

12-29-55 vs. Michigan State L 75-95 

12-30-55 vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W 75-66 

Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) 



(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 

(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 
(champions) 



12-25-84 


vs. Iowa 


W 


78-68 


(OT) 


12-26-84 


vs. Hawaii 


W 


79-71 




12-28-84 


vs. Georgia Tech 


L 


69-70 




12-27-97 


vs. Pittsburgh 


W 


66-63 




12-28-97 


vs. Hawaii 


W 


76-59 




12-30-97 


vs. Georgia 


L 


65-73 


(OT) 


Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.) 




12-28-57 


vs. Vanderbilt 


W 


71-56 




12-30-57 


vs. Memphis State 


L 


46-47 


(3 0T) 


12-29-58 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 


45-56 




12-30-58 


vs. Loyola (Md.) 


W 


54-50 




12-29-61 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 


62-64 




12-30-61 


vs. Louisville 


L 


64-83 




12-29-65 


vs. Houston 


W 


69-68 




12-30-65 


vs. Dayton 


W 


77-75 


(champions) 



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NCAA Tournament Results 



Sun Bowl Tournament (El Paso, Texas) 

12-29-88 vs. Lamar W 74-65 

12-30-88 vs. Texas-El Paso W 69-51 (champions) 

Sun Carnival Tournament (El Paso, Texas) 

12-21-67 vs. Texas-El Paso L 53-70 

12-22-67 vs. Southern Illinois L 72-73 (OT) 



Tip-Off Tournament (Landover, Md.) 

12-27-77 vs. American W 78-65 

12-28-77 vs. Georgetown W 91-87 



(champions) 



Virginia Polytechnic Institute Tournament (Blacksburg, Va.) 
12-20-63 vs. Tennessee L 59-70 

12-21-63 vs. Louisiana State W 75-65 



NCAA Tournament Appearances 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT 

NCAA 1 5 Appearances 

19-15 

2 Final Eight (1973, 1975) 

6 Sweet Sixteen ( 1958, 1980, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1998) 
1 958 ( East Regional Semifinals) 
East Regional, First Round 
Site: New York, N.Y. 

Maryland 88, Boston College 63 (3-1 1-58) 
East Regional Semifinals/Third Place Game 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 
Temple 81, Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 
Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 
1973 (East Regional Final) 
East Regional, First Round 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 
First Round Bye 
East Regional Semifinal/Final 
Site: at Charlotte, N.C 
Maryland 91, Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 
Providence 103, Maryland 89 13-17-73) 
1975 (Midwest Regional Finals) 
Midwest Regional, First Round 
Site: Lubbock, Texas 
Maryland 83, Creighton 79 (3-15-75) 
Midwest Regional Semifinal/Final 
Site: Las Cruces, New Mexico 
Maryland 83, Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 
Louisville 96, Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

1980 (East Regional Semifinals) 
East Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Greensboro, N.C. 

First Round Bye 

No. 2 Maryland 86, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 

East Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Philadelphia, Pa. 

No. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Maryland 68 (3-14-80) 

1981 (Midwest Regional Second Round) 
Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: at Dayton, Ohio 

No. 6 Maryland 81, No. 1 1 UT-Chattanooga 69 (3-12-81 ) 
No. 3 Indiana 99, No. 6 Maryland 64 (3-13-81) 

1983 (Midwest Regional Second Round) 
Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: 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) 

1984 (Mideast Regional Semifinals) 
Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

First Round Bye 

No. 3 Maryland 102, No. 1 1 West Virginia 77 (3-17-84) 

Mideast Regional Semifinal 

Site: Lexington, Ken. 

No. 2 Illinois 72, No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 

1985 (Southeast Regional Semifinals) 
Southeast Regional First/Second Rounds 
Site: Davton, 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) 

Southeast Regional, Semifinals 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

No. 8 Villanova 46, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 (West Regional Second Round) 
West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Long Beach, Calif. 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No. 12 Pepperdine 64 (3-14-86) 
No. 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70, No. 5 Maryland 64 (3-16-84) 



1988 (Southeast Regional Second Round)* 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Cincinnati, 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) 

1994 (Midwest Regional Semifinals) 
Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Wichita, Kan. 

No. 10 Maryland 74, No. 7 St. Louis 67 (3-17-94) 

No. 10 Maryland 95, No. 2 Massachusetts 87 (3-19-94) 

Midwest Regional Semifinals 

Site: Dallas, Texas 

No. 3 Michigan 78, No. 10 Maryland 71 (3-25-94) 

1995 (West Regional Semifinal's) 
West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Salt Lake City, Utah 

No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 14 Gonzaga 63 (3-16-95) 

No. 3 Maryland 82, No. 1 1 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 

West Regional, Semifinals 

Site: Oakland, Calif. 

No. 2 Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 

1996 (West Regional First Round) 
West Regional, First Round 

Site: Tempe, Ariz. 

No. 10 Santa Clara 91, No. 7 Maryland 79 (3-15-96) 

1997 (Southeast Regional First Round) 
Southeast Regional, First Round 

Site: Memphis, Tenn. 

No. 12 College of Charleston 75, No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 

1998 (West Regional Semifinals) 
West Regional First/Second Rounds 
Site: Sacramento, Calif. 

No. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 Utah State 68 (3-13-98) 

No. 4 Maryland 67, No. 5 Illinois 61 (3-15-98) 

West Regional Semifinals 

Site: Anaheim, Calif. 

No. 1 Arizona 87, No. 4 Maryland 79 

* - Maryland's 1988 NCAA Tournament appearance was vacated by the NCAA 

NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 

NIT 4 Appearances 

7 Wins - 3 Losses 

Championships 1 (1972) 
1972 (Champions) ( 16 Teams) 
Site: 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) 
1979 (Second Round) (24 teams) 
Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 67, Rhode Island 65 (First Round) (3 OT) 
Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (Second Round) 
1982 (Second Round) (32 Teams) 
Site: Richmond, Va. 

Maryland 60, Richmond 50 (First Round) 
Site: Athens, Ga. 

Georgia 83, Maryland 69 (Second Round) 
1990 "(Second Round) (32 Teams) 
Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 91, Massachusetts 81 (First Round) (3-15-90) 
Site: State College, Pa. 
Penn State 80, Maryland 78 (Second Round) 



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Pittsburgh Panthers 



San Francisco Dons 



Kentucky Wildcats 



UCLA Bruins 




Maryland Terrapins 



Xavier Musketeers 



Winner Came 7 



Loser Game I 

GAME 7 
5:00 p.m. 

Loser Game 2 



Xavier 

GAME I 
12:00 p.m. 

Pittsburgh 



GAME 10 

2:30 p.m. 

Sth Place Game 



Kentucky 

GAME 2 
2:30 p.m. 

Colorado 



Winner Game I 

GAMES 
12:00 p.m. 

Winner Game 2 



Winner Game 5 



GAME 12 

7:30 p.m. 

Championship 



Winner Game 8 



Loser Game 7 

GAME 9 

12:00 p.m. 

7th Place Game 

Loser Game 8 



Loser Game 3 

GAME 8 
7:30 p.m. 

Loser Game 4 



Maryland 

GAME 3 
5:00 p.m. 

American (P.R.) 




UCLA 

GAME 4 
7:30 p.m. 

San Francisco 



Winner Game 3 

GAME 6 
2:30 p.m. 

Winner Game 4 



Winner Game 6 



Loser Game 5 

GAME 1 1 

5:00 p.m. 

3rd Place Game 

Loser Game 6 




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American University of Puerto Rico 



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Thursday, November 26, 1998; 5:00 p.m. 

Bayamon, Puerto Rico 

Eugenio Guerra Sports Complex 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Bayamon, Puerto Rico 

Colors: Navy, Gold and White 

Conference: Independent 

Nickname: Pirates 

Home Arena (Capacity): Eugenio Guerra Sports 

Complex (2,500) 

Athletic Director: Manfredo Vega 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): William Colon (Puerto 

Rico, 1981) 

Overall Record (Years): 23-9 ( 1 Year) 

Record at Present School (Years): 23-9 ( 1 Year) 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 23-9 
1997-98 Conference Record: 6-8 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 



THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 
Letterman Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 
Series Record: First Meeting 

1997-98 Results 

St. John's L 81-93 

Alabama W 88-79 

Hofstra L 59-64 

At St. Leo (Fla.) L 82-102 

At Rollins (Fla.) L 60-61 

At Barry (Fla.) L 94-98 

At Florida Tech L 92-96 

At Lynn W 89-85 

Virgin Island W 115-56 

CUTB Technological W 90-77 

Barry W 67-60 

Arkansas W 64-59 

Michigan L 49-93 

Texas Christian L 95-103 

at USC W 75-65 

atUCB W 71-54 



Vitaies 




CUTB 

cue 

Univ. Puerto Rico 

PUCPR 

UPRA 

UPR 

UT 

CUH 

RUM 

UCB 

UIPR 

USC 

CUTB 

CUC 

CUTB 

UT 



L 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 

W 



71-84 
93-56 

85-55 

109-69 

88-37 

82-73 

71-64 

113-68 

94-63 

77-42 

98-72 

80-79 

67-62 

55-52 

69-58 

76-69 



Clemson University 

Sunday January 24, 1999; 4:00 p.m. 
Clemson, S.C./Littlejohn Coliseum 
Wednesday February 24, 1999; 7:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Clemson, S.C. 

Enrollment: 16,396 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Founded: 1889 

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

President: Dr. Deno Curris 

Athletic Director: Bohby Robinson 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Larry Shyatt 

(College of Wooster, 1973) 
Overall Record (Years): 19-9 (1 Year) 
Record at Present School (Years): First Year 
Best Time to Reach: Friday's 1 1 a.m. 
Office Phone: 864.656.1954 
Assistant Coaches: Scott Duncan (College of Wooster, 

1978)/ Darren Tillis (Paul Quinn College, 1996)/ 

Matt Driscoll (Slippery Rock, 1992). 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 18-14 

1997-98 Conference Record: 7-9 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 4th 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament; No. 6 Seed, Midwest Terrell Mdntyre 

Region; Western Michigan def. Clemson, 75-72. 

THIS YEAR 




Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 












Lettermen Returnir 


g/Lost: 9/2 












Returning Starters 














Name 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Terrell Mdntyre 


5-9 


175 


Sr. 


G 


13.9 


3.4 


Tom Wideman 


6-10 


250 


Sr. 


C 


4.4 


4.8 


Harold Jamison 


6-8 


260 


Sr. 


C/F 


9.8 


7.3 



Other Key Returnees: Tony Christie ( Sr., F ), Andrius lurkunas ( Jr., F) 
Key Losses: Key Losses: Greg Buckner (Sr., G), Iker Iturbe (Jr., F) 
Media Services 

Basketball SID: Tim Bourret Press Row: 864.654.3326 

Office Phone: 864.656.2 1 14 Radio Play-by-Play: Jim Phillips 

Home Phone: 864.888.3490 Office Phone: 864.467.1440 

Office Fax: 864.656.0299 Website: www.clemsontigers.com 

Last Meeting: Jan. 24, 1998. Maryland 74-Clemson 69 (at College Park, Md.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 67-42 



1998-99 Schedule 19 

N13 Arkansas Pine- Bluff 112 

N16 Stetson 117 

N19 Western Carolina 120 

N23-25 at Maui Classic 124 
Clemson vs. Michigan (Chaminade, 126 
Arizona State, Indiana, Kansas State, F4 

Syracuse, Utah ) F6 

N30 Radford F10 

D3 East Tennessee State F14 

D12 UNC-Asheville F17 

D16 at South Carolina F20 

D21 South Carolina State F24 

D26 Furman (at Greenville, S.C) F28 

D29 Illinois (at Greenville, S.C) M4-7 
12 at North Carolina 
15 NC State 



1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 

3 Andrius lurkunas F Ir. 

4 Johnny Miller G Sr. 

5 Terrell Mdntyre G Sr. 
15 Will Solomon G Fr. 
22 Vincent Whitt F/G Ir. 
24 Dustin Braddick G Fr. 

32 Harold Jamison F Sr. 

33 Tom Wideman C Sr. 

34 Mohamed Woni C Ir. 
42 Chucky Gilmore F Fr. 
44 Tony Christie F Sr. 
55 Adam Allenspach C So. 



Wake Forest 

at Florida State 

at Virginia 

Duke 

Maryland 

at Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

at NC State 

at Wake Forest 

Florida State 

Virginia 

at Duke 

at Maryland 

Georgia Tech 

at ACC Tournament (Charlotte, 

N.C) 



Ht. 

6-9 

6-0 

5-9 

6-2 

6-6 

6-5 

6-8 

6-10 

6-9 

6-8 

6-6 

7-1 



Wt. 
240 
180 
175 
175 
185 
200 
260 
250 
235 
275 
220 



Hometown 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Christiana, Pa. 
Raeford, N.C. 
East Hartford, Conn. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Charleston, S.C. 
Vance, S.C. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Ivory Coast, Africa 
Fayetteville, N.C. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Parkland, Fla. 



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University of Colorado 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Boulder, Colo. 
Enrollment: 24,622 
Colors: Silver, Gold and Black 
Conference: Big 12 
Nickname: Buffaloes 
Founded: 1876 

Home Arena (Capacity): Coors Events/Conference 
Center (11,076) 
President: Dr. John Buechner 
Athletic Director: Richard Tharp 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Ricardo Patton 

(Belmont, 1980) 
Overall Record (Years): 39-33 (3 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 39-33 (3 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 303.492.6877 
Assistant Coaches: Terry Dunn ( Northern Colorado, 1977)/ 

David Moe (Texas Lutheran, 1986)/ Aki Collins 

(Clark Atlanta, 1997). 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 13-14 
1997-98 Conference Record: 7-9 
1997-98 Conference Finish: T7th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR Kenny Price 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. Wt. 

Kenny Price 6-4 190 

Will Smith 6-6 206 

Other Key Returnees: Jamahl Mosley (So., F); Aki Thomas (So., G) 

Key Losses: Ronnie DeGray (Sr., F) Marlon Hughes (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Ollie Kirkpatrick 

Office Phone: 303.492.5626 




Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Sr. 


G 


14.5 


4.4 


Ir. 


F 


5.5 


2.6 



Home Phone: 303.333.5285 
Office Fax: 303.492.3815 
Last Meeting: First Meeting 
Series Record: First Meeting 

1998-99 Schedule 

N14 Denver 116 

N17 Colorado State 120 

N20 Elon 123 

N22 Stephen F. Austin 127 

N26-28 at Puerto Rico Shootout 130 

D2 Virginia Commonwealth F3 

D5 Idaho State F7 

D9 at Wyoming F10 

D21 Texas- Arlington F13 

D28-29at Montana State Invitational F17 

Colorado vs. Boston F20 

Montana State vs. Canisius F24 

12 Texas F27 

19 at Oklahoma M4-7 

113 at Iowa State 

1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. Ht. 

3 Kenny Price G Sr. 6-4 

4 (aqua'y Walls G Ir. 6-3 

5 Jamahl Mosley F So. 6-8 

10 Will Smith F Jr. 6-6 

11 Kyle Williams G Fr. 6-6 

12 Jose Winston G Fr. 6-0 

13 losh Townsend G Sr. 6-2 
21 Carlton Carter F Fr. 6-10 

23 Ernest Renfroe F So. 6-7 

24 NickMohr G Fr. 6-4 

31 Dwightlones G Sr. 5-11 

32 Tyrone Manlove G/F So. 6-4 
42 Aki Thomas G So. 6-8 



Press Row: 303.492.1552 

Radio Play-by-Play: Larry Zimmer 

Office Phone: 303.892.4880 

Website: http://buffaloes.colorado.edul 



Missouri 

at Kansas State 

at Nebraska 

Iowa State 

at Kansas 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Oklahoma State 

at Missouri 

Texas A8cM 

at Baylor 

at Texas Tech 

Kansas State 

at Big 1 2 Tournament ( Kansas City, Mo.) 



Wt. 

190 
180 
225 
206 
187 
180 
182 
205 
220 
180 
190 
210 
205 



Hometown 

Springfield, Mo. 
Brooklvn, N.Y. 
Vista, Calif 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Burlington, N.I. 
Milwaukee, Wise. 
Littleton, Colo. 
Trenton, NJ. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Littleton, Colo. 
Beaufort, S.C. 
Pordand, Ore. 
New York, N.Y. 



DePaul University 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT BB&T CLASSIC 
WASHINGTON, D.C./MCI CENTER 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chicago. 111. 

Enrollment: 17,133 

Colors: Royal Blue and Scarlet 

Conference: Conference USA 

Nickname: Blue Demons 

Founded: 1898 

Home Arena (Capacity): Rosemont Horizon ( 17,500) 

President: Rev. John P. Minogue, CM. 

Athletic Director: Bill Bradshaw 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Pat Kennedy 

(Kings College, 1975) 
Overall Record (Years): 333-214 ( 18 Years! 
Record at Present School (Years): 7 23 ( 1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Weekdav Mornings 
Office Phone: 773.325.7521 
Assistant Coaches: Larry Harrison (Pittsburgh, 1978)/ 

Tracy Dildyl Illinois-Chicago, 19911/Brian Kennedy 

(Monmouth, 1990). 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 7-23 
1997-98 Conference Record: 3-13 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 10th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/3 
Returning Starters 
Name Ht. 

Willie Coleman 6-1 

Ayinde Avery 6-7 

Thomas Cooper 6-5 

Demarcus Gaines 6-5 
Other Key Returnees: Devon Phillips (Sr., G 
Key Losses: lermaine Watts (Sr., G); Doc Taylor (Jr., G) 
Media Services 
Basketball SID: John Lanctot 
Office Phone: 773.325.7525 
Home Phone: 630.579.8264 
Office Fax: 773.325.7531 
Last Meeting: Dec. 12, 1976; Maryland 9 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 
1998-99 Schedule J14 

N13 at New Mexico J17 

N22 at Alabama State 124 

N24 UNC-Wilmington J28 

N28 California J30 

Dl Chicago State F3 

D6-7 at BB81T Classic F6 

DePaul vs. George Washington F 1 1 

Maryland vs. Stanford F 1 3 

D12 UT-Pan American F18 

D17 at Kansas F20 

D19 at Louisville F24 

D30 at Dayton F27 

J2 Houston M3-6 

J6 at Cincinnati 

19 Marquette 

1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. 

3 Quentin Richardson G Fr. 6-6 215 

4 Roman Peoples F/C Sr. 6-10 210 

10 Brian Cashin G So. 6-1 170 

11 Rashon Burno G Fr. 5-9 185 

12 Thomas Cooper G Sr. 6-5 200 

14 Lamar Butler C Jr. 6-11 250 

15 Ayinde Avery F Jr. 6-7 190 

20 lerry Fitzgerald G Sr. 5-11 160 

22 David Bruno G Jr. 6-2 185 

23 Devon Phillips G Sr. 6-2 185 
25 Kerry Hartfield G Ir. 6-1 185 

31 Demarcus Gaines F Ir. 6-5 215 

32 Bobby Simmons F Fr. 6-7 210 
34 Willie Coleman G Sr. 6-1 210 
52 Lance Williams F Fr. 6-9 230 










Willie Coleman 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


210 


Sr. 


G 


15.8 


3.5 


190 


Jr. 


F 


8.2 


6.1 


200 


Sr. 


G 


7.4 


4.5 


215 


Ir. 


F 


6.8 


7.9 



rian Cashin (So., G) 



Press Row: 847.296.6999 
Radio Play-by-Play: Ton Gleason 
Office Phone: 773.777.1700 
Website: www.depaul.edu/~godepaul 
DePaul 74 (at College Park, Md.) 



Alabama-Birmingham 

Louisville 

at Marquette 

at South Florida 

at Tulane 

UNC-Charlotte 

Cincinnati 

St. Louis 

Memphis 

at Southern Mississippi 

at Saint Louis 

Duke 

at UNC-Charlotte 

at Conference USA Tournament 

(at Birmingham, Ala.) 



Hometown 

Chicago, 111. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Jersey City, N.J. 
Gary, Ind. 
Medford, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Oak Park, 111. 
Chicago, III. 
Chicago, 111. 
Benton Harbor, Mich. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Chicago, 111. 
Peoria, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 



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Duke University 

Sunday January 3, 1 999; 1 :30 p.m. 

College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

Sunday February 3, 1999; 9:00 p.m. 

Durham, North Carolina/Cameron Indoor Stadium 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Durham, N.C. 

Enrollment: 6,272 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Founded: 1838 

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

President: Dr. Nan O. Keohane 

Athletic Director: Joe Alleva 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Mike Krzyzewski (Army, 1969 
Overall Record (Years): 505-212 (23 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 432-153 ( 18 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: ACC Teleconference 
Office Phone: 919.613.7500 

Assistant Coaches: Quin Snyder (Duke, 1989)/Johnny 
Dawkins (Duke, 1986)/Dav'id Henderson (Duke, 1986) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 32-4 

1997-98 Conference Record: 15-1 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 1st 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 3rd AP/3rd USA Today/ESPN 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournment, No. 2 Seed, 

South Region. Duke def. Radford, 99-63; Duke def. 

Oklahoma State, 79-73; Duke def. Syracuse, 80-67; 

Kentucky def. Duke, 86-84. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 12/5 

Returning Starters 

Name 

Trajan Langdon 

Elton Brand 

Chris Carrawell 

Other Key Returnees: Shane Battier (So., F), William Avery (So., G) 

Key Losses: Roshown McLeod (Sr., F); Steve Wojciechowski (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Cragg Press Row: 919.684.6156 

Office Phone: 919.684.2633 Radio Play-by-Play: Bob Harris 

Home Phone: 919.403.5328 Office Phone: 919.687.6590 

Office Fax: 919.684.2489 Website: www.goduke.com 

Last Meeting: Ian. 29, 1998; Duke 86-Maryland 59 (at Durham, N.C.) 

Series Record: Duke leads, 88-51 

1998-99 Schedule 

N14 Fairfield 

N17 at Davidson 

N21 South Carolina State 

N26-28 at Great Alaska Shootout 

Duke vs. Notre Dame; Alaksa- 

Anchorage, Cincinnati, Fresno State. 

Iowa State, Southern Utah, St. 




Trajan Langdon 



Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


6-3 


200 


Sr. 


G 


14.7 


2.9 


6-8 


260 


So. 


C 


13.4 


7.3 


6-6 


215 


Jr. 


F 


10.1 


3.7 



Mary's 

D2 Michigan State (at Chicago. 111.) 

D5 NC State 

D9 Florida 

D12 Michigan 

D20 NC A8tT 

D22 Kentucky ( East Rutherford, N.I. ) 

D30 UNC-Greensboro 

13 at Maryland 

16 Georgia Tech 



110 

113 

116 

120 

124 

127 

130 

F3 

F6 

Fll 

F13 

F17 

F20 

F24 

F27 

M4-7 



Virginia 

at Wake Forest 

Florida State 

at Clemson 

at St. lohn's 

North Carolina 

at NC State 

Maryland 

at Georgia Tech 

at Virginia 

Wake Forest 

at Florida State 

Clemson 

at DePaul 

at North Carolina 

at ACC Tournament (at Charlotte, 

N.C.) 





1998-99 Roster 














No. Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 




3 Justin Caldbeck 


G 


Sr. 


6-3 


180 


Shelburne, Vt 


s 


5 William Avery 


G 


So. 


6-2 


180 


Augusta, Ga. 


30 


13 J.D.Simpson 


G 


So. 


6-4 


200 


Woodside, Calif. 




14 Nate lames 


F 


So. 


6-6 


205 


Washington, D.C. 


I> 


21 Trajan Langdon 


G 


Sr. 


6-3 


195 


Anchorage, Alaska 




22 lay Heaps 


G 


Sr. 


5-9 


155 


Longmeadow, Mass 




23 Chris Carrawell 


F 


Ir. 


6-6 


215 


St. Louis, Mo. 


1> 


31 Shane Battier 


F 


So. 


6-8 


220 


Birmingham, Mich. 


KS\ 


34 Chris Burgess 


C 


So. 


6-10 


250 


Irvine, Calif. 


m 


40 Tavmon Domzalski 


C 


Sr. 


6-10 


240 


Lovington, N.M. 


CO 


41 Matt Christensen 


F 


So. 


6-10 


240 


Belmont, Mass. 


3> 


42 Elton Brand 


F 


So. 


6-8 


260 


Peekskill, N.Y. 


r- 


50 Corey Maggette 


F 


Fr. 


6-6 


215 


Bellwood, 111. 



^s***^ tY 




Darelle Porter 



Duquesne University 

Monday, Nov. 23, 1998; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Enrollment: 9,500 

Colors: Red and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 (West) 

Nickname: Dukes 

Founded: 1878 

Home Arena (Capacity): A.I. Palumbo Center (6,200) 

President: Dr. John E. Murray, Jr. 

Athletic Director: Brian Colleary 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Darelle Porter 

(Pittsburgh, 1991) 
Overall Record (Years): First Season 
Record at Present School (Years): First Season 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 412.396.6567 
Assistant Coaches: Josh Oppenheimer (Northern Arizona 

1992)/Kenya Hunter (Duquesne, 1996)/David Adelman, 

Pittsburgh, 1994) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 1 1-19 

1997-98 Conference Record: 5- 1 1 

1997-98 Conference Finish: T 4th (West Division) 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 
Returning Starters 
Name Ht. 

Kevin Shand 6-10 

Courtney Wallace 6-4 

Other Key Returnees: John Davis (Sr., F/C); Devone Stephenson (Jr., F) 

Key Losses: Nick Bosnic (Sr., G); Mike lames (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dave Saba Press Row: 412.396.4925 

Office Phone: 412.396.5861 Radio Play-by-Play: Ray Goss 

Home Phone: TBA Office Phone: 4 1 2.465.2276 

Office Fax: 4 12. 396.6210 ' Website: www.duq.edu 

Last Meeting: Dec. 10, 1983 Maryland 78-Duquesne 67 (at Pittsburgh, Pa.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 6-0 



KG 










Kevin Shand 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


270 


Sr. 


C 


8.0 5.4 


180 


So. 


G 


6.7 3.6 



1998-99 Schedule 






123 


Dayt 


on 


N14 


Albany 






125 


Pittsburgh 


N18 


West Virginia 






128 


at George Washington 


N21 


Buffalo 






130 


Rhode Island 


N23 


at Maryland 






F3 


Virginia Tech 


N28 


Akron 






F7 


at Fordham 


D2 


South Florida 






F9 


at Xavier 


D5 


at Radford 






F14 


St. Bonaventure 


D7 


at lames Madison 






F17 


at Dayton 


D22 


at Canisius 






F20 


La Salle 


12 


George Washington 






F25 


at St 


Josephs 


16 


at La Salle 






F27 


at Virginia Tech 


19 


Xavier 






M3-6 


at Atlantic 10 Tournament 


113 


at Massachusetts 








(at Philadelphia, Pa.) 


119 


Temple 












1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Devone Stephenson 


F 


Ir. 


6-7 


195 


New York, N.Y. 


4 


Courtney Wallace 


G 


So. 


6-4 


180 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


5 


Wayne Smith 


F 


Fr. 


6-7 


210 


Ontario, Canada 


11 


Matt Barker 


G 


So. 


6-2 


180 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


21 


John Davis 


F/C 


Sr. 


6-9 


220 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


22 


Shawn Tann 


G 


So. 


6-4 


195 


Emporia, Va. 


23 


Chris Richards 


G 


So. 


6-4 


185 


Decatur, Ga. 


24 


Austin Kegerreis 


G 


Fr. 


6-3 


175 


Chambersburg, Pa. 


31 


Jason Rackley-Mann 


F 


So. 


6-7 


195 


Lithonia, Ga. 


34 


Charles Stanfield 


G 


So. 


6-4 


180 


Browns Mills, N.I. 


40 


Aaron Lovelace 


G 


So. 


6-5 


200 


Murraysville, Pa. 


42 


Kevin Shand 


C 


Sr. 


6-10 


270 


Toronto, Canada 


44 


Nyah lones 


F 


Ir. 


6-11 


210 


Montreal, Canada 



160 



■ 






■ 




Florida State University 

Wednesday January 27, 1999; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 
Saturday February 27, 1999; 1:30 p.m. 
Tallahassee, Fla./Leon County Civic Center 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollment: 30,519 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Seminoles 

Founded: 1857 

Home Arena (Capacity): Leon County Civic Center (12,200) 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Steve Robinson 

(Radford, 1981) 
Overall Record (Years): 64-32 (3 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 18-14(1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 850.644. 1461 
Assistant Coaches: Coleman Crawford (North Alabama, 1975 

/Jim Piatt (Concordia College, 1973)/Tim Juhlin 

(Northern Iowa, 1990). 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 18-14 

1997-98 Conference Record: 6-10 

1997-98 Conference Finish: Tied 6th 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 12 seed, 

Midwest Region; Florida State def. Texas Christian, 96-87; 

Valparasio def. Florida State, 83-77 (OT). 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 

Letterman Returning/Lost: 6/5 

Returning Starter 

Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. 

Terrell Baker 6-5 200 Sr. G 

Other Key Returnees: Ron Hale (Jr., F); Karim Shabazz (So., C) 

Key Losses: Randell Jackson (Jr., F); Corey Louis (Sr., C) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Chris Walker 

Office Phone: 850.644. 1403 Radio Play-by-Play: Gene Deckerhoff 

Home Phone: 850.402.092 1 Office Phone: 850.893.4472 

Office Fax: 850.644.3820 Website: www.seminoles.com 

Last Meeting: February 7, 1998. Maryland 68-Florida State 62 (at Tallahassee, Fla.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 10-5 




Terrell Baker 



PPG 

12.0 



RPG 

4.3 



1998-99 Schedule 






J16 


at Duke 


N13 


Sam Houston State 






J20 


Wake Forest 


N20 


Florida 






123 


NC State 


N24 


Idaho 






127 


at Maryland 


Dl 


at Virginia 






130 


Virginia 


D6 


Auburn 






F2 


South Florida 


D14 


at Temple 






F7 


at North Carolina 


D17 


at Jacksonville 






Fll 


Georg 


ia Tech 


D20 


Georgia Southern 






F14 


at Clemson 


D23 


at Buder 






F17 


Duke 




D27- 


30 at Rainbow Classic 






F20 


at Wake Forest 




Florida State vs. Princeton 




F24 


at NC State 


16 


North Carolina 






F27 


Maryland 


19 


at Georgia Tech 






M4-7 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte 


112 


Clemson 








N.C.) 




1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Karim Shabazz 


C 


So. 


7-2 


225 


Queens, N.Y. 


4 


Antwaun Dixon 


F 


Fr. 


6-5 


195 


Marietta, Ga. 


5 


Adrian Crawford 


G 


So. 


6-5 


200 


Akron, Ohio 


10 


Delvon Arrington 


G 


So. 


5-11 


180 


Jersey City, N.J. 


11 


Matt Chlebek 


G 


So. 


6-0 


165 


Naples, Fla. 


21 


Ron Hale 


F 


Ir. 


6-8 


210 


Largo, Fla. 


24 


Terrell Baker 


G 


Sr. 


6-5 


200 


Lawnside, N.J. 


30 


Gibson Pierre 


F 


Sr. 


6-5 


195 


Miami, Fla. 


31 


Ronald Thompson 


F 


So. 


6-7 


210 


Savannah, Ga. 


32 


Emanuel Mathis 


G 


Fr. 


6-3 


175 


Atlanta, Ga. 


42 


Justin Mott 


F/C 


Jr. 


6-10 


235 


Chula Vista, Calif. 


51 


Oliver Simmons 


F 


Jr. 


6-8 


225 


Nashville, Tenn. 



*. 



George Washington 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT BB & T CLASSIC 

Washington, D.C./MCI Center 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Washington, D.C. 

Enrollment: 19,356 

Colors: Buff and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Colonials 

Founded: 1821 

Home Arena (Capacity): Charles E. Smith Center (5,000) 

President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 

Athletic Director: Jack Kvancz 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Tom Penders 

Overall Record (Years): 478-319 (27 Years) 

Record at Present School (Years): First Year 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 202.994.6651 

Assistant Coaches: Rob Wright (Associate Head Coach, 

Paul Quinn, 1983)/Bonzie Colson (Rhode Island, 1989)/ 

Tommy Penders (Texas, 1995) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 24-9 

1997-98 Conference Record: 11-5 

1997-98 Conference Finish: Tied lst/West Division 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 9 Seed, 

South Region, Oklahoma State def. George Washington, 74-59. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/ 1 
Letterman Returning; 
Returning Starters 
Name 

Yegor Mescheriakov 

Shawnta Rogers 

Mike King 

Pat Ngongba 

Other Key Returnees: Anxton Iturbe (So., F), Seco Camara (Sr., F) 

Key Losses: Alexander Koul (Sr., C) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 

Office Phone: 202.994.0339 

Home Phone: 703.685.1854 

Office Fax: 202.994.2713 

Last Meeting: Dec. 8, 1997. G. Washington 70-Maryland 66 (at Washington, D.C.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads 33-24 




t: 4/1 








Shawnta Rogers 


.ost: 11/5 












Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


6-6 


235 


Gr. 


F 


12.7 


4.8 


5-4 


155 


Sr. 


G 


14.7 


4.4 


6-5 


190 


So. 


G 


13.2 


3.8 


6-8 


224 


So. 


F 


4.3 


4.4 



Press Row: 202.994.1776 
Radio Play-by-Play: Larry Michael 
Office Phone: 703.413.8343 
Website: www.gwu.edu/~gwsports 



1998 


99 Schedule 






J17 


at Xavier 




N13 


George Mason 






J21 


at St. Bonaventure 




N17 


at Illinois 






123 


at Rhode Island 




N29 


at UNC-Charlotte 






128 


Duquesne 




D2 


at American 






131 


Fordh 


am 




D6-7 


BB8tT Classic at Washington 


D.C. 


F3 


at La Salle 






George Washington vs 


. DePaul 


F6 


at Virginia Tech 






Maryland vs. Stanfort 






F12 


St. Josephs 




D12 


Old Dominion 






F14 


at Dayton 




D23 


at Siena 






F17 


Massachusetts 




D26 


Bradley 






F20 


at Temple 




D30 


Ohio University 






F24 


Virginia Tech 




12 


at Duquesne 






F27 


Xavier 






19 


La Salle 






M4-7 


Atlant 


ic 10 Championship 




114 


Dayton 








At Philadelphia, Pa. 




1998-99 Roster 














No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 




3 


Albert Roma 


C 


Fr. 


7-0 


225 


Balenya, Spain 




5 


Mike King 


G 


So. 


6-5 


190 


Baltimore, Md. 




10 


Valery Khamenia 


G/F 


So. 


6-7 


216 


Gradno, Belarus 




11 


Mark Lund 


G 


Jr. 


6-0 


165 


Klawock, Ark. 




12 


Roey Eyal 


G 


So. 


6-2 


160 


Jerusalem, Israel 




13 


Dorien Brown 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-5 


222 


Voorhees, N.J. 


s 


14 


Francisco de Miranda 


F 


Jr. 


6-9 


220 


Breda, The Netherlands 


3> 


15 


Antxon Iturbe 


F 


So. 


6-8 


252 


Vitoria, Spain 


ZX3 

-< 


21 


Andry Sola 


F 


Fr. 


6-7 


205 


Oakville, Ontario, Canada 


-2L 


24 


Sam Anyan 


F 


Jr. 


6-6 


197 


Baltimore, Md. 


31 


Jason Smith 


F 


Fr. 


6-8 


210 


Boston, Mass. 


<3 


35 


Pat Ngongba 


F 


So. 


6-8 


224 


Bangui, Central 
African Republic 




44 


Seco Camara 


F 


Sr. 


6-5 


202 


Lisbon, Portugal 


7K 


54 


Shawnta Rogers 


G 


Sr. 


5-4 


155 


Baltimore, Md. 


m 
— 1 


55 


Yegor Mescheriakov 


F 


Gr. 


6-8 


235 


Minsk, Belarus 


OO 

3> 



161 






TERRAPIN 







Opponents 



Georgia Tech 



3> 
30 



Tuesday January 19, 1999; 9:00 p.m. 

College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

Sunday February 21, 1999; 1:30 p.m. 

Atlanta, Georgia/ Alexander Memorial Coliseum 

at McDonald's Center 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 
Enrollment: 13,000 
Colors: Old Gold and White 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 
Founded: 1885 

Home Arena (Capacity): Alexander Memorial Coliseum 
at McDonald's Center ( 10,000) 
President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director: Dave Braine 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bobby Cremins 

(South Carolina, 1970) 
Overall Record (Years): 426-274 (23 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 326-204 (17 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday/ 1 1 a.m. -2 p.m. 
Office Phone: 404.894.5425 
Assistant Coaches: Kevin Cantwell, Associate Head Coach 

(UNC-Asheville, 1973); Dereck Whittenburg (NC State, 

1984)/Gary Leiner (Notre Dame, 1979) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 19-14 

1997-98 Conference Record: 6-10 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 6th 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NIT Quarterfinals; Georgia Tech def. Seton Hall, 88-78; def. 

Georgetown, 80-79 (OT); Penn State def. Georgia Tech, 75-70. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 
Returning Starters 
Name Ht. 

Dion Glover 6-5 

Alvin Jones 6-11 

Other Key Returnees: Jason Floyd (Jr., G/F); T.J. Vines (So.,G) 

Key Losses: Matt Harpring (Sr., F); Michael Maddox (Sr., F); Travis Spivey (So., G) 

Media Services 




Dion Glover 



Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG- 


RPG 


235 


So. 


G 


18.4 


5.0 


257 


So. 


C 


6.8 


6.7 



Basketball SID: Mike Finn 

Office Phone: 404.894.5445 

Home Phone: 770.938.9910 

Office Fax: 404.894.1248 

Last Meeting: March 6, 1998; Maryland 8 

Greensboro, NC) 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 28-21 

1998-99 Schedule 

N16 Charleston Southern 

N20 The Citadel 

N27-29 at Big Island Tournament 

D5 Appalachian State 

D13 Georgia 

D16 Wofford 

D 1 9 Kentucky ( Georgia Dome ) 

D22 North Carolina 

D26-27 at ECAC Holiday Festival (New York) 

D30 Mt. St. Mary's 

J2 at NC State 

16 at Duke 

19 Florida State 

116 Wake Forest 

1998-99 Roster 

No. Player 

3 Tony Akins G Fr. 

4 Alvin Tones C So. 

5 Dion Glover G So. 
10 T.J. Vines G So. 

12 Ashley Kelly F Jr. 

13 Darryl LaBarrie G So. 
23 Jon Babul F/G So. 

32 Kyle Perry G So. 

33 Steve Economos G Fr. 

34 lason Floyd G/F Jr. 
41 PaulTrotti G Jr. 
45 BertCulbreth G So. 
52 Jason Collier C/F Jr. 



Press Row: 404.894.5458/5459 
Radio Play-by-Play: Wes Durham 
Phone Number: 404.894.5400 
Website: www.ramblinwreck.com 
3-Georgia Tech 65 (at ACC Tournament, 



J 19 at Maryland 

J23 at Virginia 

J28 Clemson 

13 1 at North Carolina 

F2 NC State 

F6 Duke 

Fll at Florida State 

F14 at Louisville 

F16 at Wake Forest 

F21 Maryland 

F25 Virginia 

F28 at Clemson 

M4-7 at ACC Tournament, Charlotte, 
N.C. 



Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown 



6-0 

6-11 

6-5 

5-10 

6-7 

6-3 

6-7 

5-10 

6-2 

6-6 

6-3 

6-4 

7-0 



185 
257 
235 
198 
194 
189 
218 
177 
199 
195 
200 
205 
243 



Lilburn, Ga. 
lakeland, Fla. 
Decatur, Ga. 
Woodstock, Ga. 
Albany, Ga. 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 
North Attleboro, Mass. 
Snellville, Ga. 
Dunwoody, Ga. 
Hampton, Ga. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Loganville, Ga. 
Springfield, Ohio 



Hofstra 



Friday November 20, 1998; 8 p.m. 
Cole Field House/College Park, Md. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Hempstead, N.Y. 

Enrollment: 12,000 

Colors: Gold, Blue and White 

Conference: America East 

Nickname: Flying Dutchmen 

Founded: 1935 

Home Arena (Capacity): Physical Fitness Center (2,500) 

President: Dr. James M. Shuart 

Athletic Director: Harry Royle 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Jay Wright (Bucknell, 1983) 
Overall Record (Years): 50-63 (4 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 50-63 (4 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Weekdays 
Office Phone: 516.463.3800 

Assistant Coaches: Tom Pecora (Adelphi, 19831/Brett Gunning 
(UNLV, 1994)/Eugene Burroughs (Richmond, 1994) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 19-12 
1997-98 Conference Record: 11-7 
1997-98 Conference Finish: T2nd 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/ Lost: 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 
Returning Starters 




Craig Claxton 



Name 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Craig Claxton 


5-10 


165 


Jr. 


G 


16.3 


4.6 


Mike Renfro 


6-4 


200 


Sr. 


G 


7.0 


2.9 


Roberto Gittens 


6-6 


230 


So. 


F 


10.7 


6.1 


Norman Richardson 


6-5 


185 


So. 


F/G 


8.7 


3.8 


Duane Posey 


6-7 


215 


Sr. 


C/F 


9.6 


6.5 


Other Key Returnees: 


Anthon 


y Davis (Sr. 


G); Tim Beckett (Sr. 


F) 





Key Losses: Lance Dunkley (Sr., F/C);Tom Marich (Sr.,G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Len Skoros Press Row: 516.463.5049 

Office Phone: 5 1 6.463.6759 

Home Phone: 516.538.6254 

Office Fax: 5 1 6.463.5033 Website: www.Hofstra.edu/Sports 

Last Meeting: Dec. 28, 1993; Maryland 93-Hofstra 67 (at Springfield, Mass.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 2-0 



1998-99 Schedule 






110 


at Vermont 


N20 


at Maryland 






115 


Northeastern 


N24 


Youngstown State 






117 


Boston L'niversity 


N27-29 at Hawaii Pacific University 




119 


Delaware 




Thanksgiving Tournament 




124 


at 


drexel 




Hofstra vs. Univ. of Southern 




127 


at Towson 




Mississippi 






130 


New Hampshire 


D2 


at St. John's 






Fl 


Maine 


D8 


at Iona 






F5 


at 


Hartford 


D12 


at Towson 






F7 


Vermont 


D22 


at Youngstown State 






F10 


at 


Delaware 


D26-28 at ECAC Holiday Festival 




F13 


at Boston University 




Hofstra, Georgia Tech, Iona, Penn 


F15 


at 


Northeastern 


12 


at New Hampshire 






F21 


Drexel 


14 


at Maine 






F26-28 at America East Tournament (at 


16 


Belmont 








Univ. of Delaware) 


18 


Hartford 












1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Joe Brown 


F 


Jr. 


6-7 


195 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


4 


Roberto Gittens 


F 


So. 


6-6 


230 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


10 


Craig Claxton 


G 


Jr. 


5-10 


165 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


12 


lason Hernandez 


G 


Jr. 


6-0 


175 


Oyster Bay, N.Y. 


15 


Anthony Davis 


G 


Sr. 


6-0 


180 


St. Albans, N.Y. 


20 


Abdou Sylia 


F/C 


Jr. 


6-8 


195 


Senegal, Africa 


21 


Norman Richardson 


G/F 


So. 


6-3 


185 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


31 


Tim Beckett 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 


225 


Mt. Pearl, NF, Canada 


33 


Mike Renfro 


G 


Sr. 


6-4 


200 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


42 


Mike Feeley 


F/G 


So. 


6-6 


195 


Beilerose, N.Y. 


43 


Marc Petit 


F/C 


So. 


6-7 


185 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


45 


Duane Posey 


C/F 


Sr. 


6-7 


215 


Hempstead, N.Y. 



162 









University of Kentucky 

Saturday December 12, 1998; 8:30 p.m. 
Lexington, Kentucky/Rupp Arena 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Lexington, Ky. 

Enrollment: 24,000 

Colors: Blue and White 

Conference: Southeastern 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Founded: 1865 

Home Arena (Capacity): Rupp Arena (23,000) 

Chancellor: Dr. Charles T. Wethington Jr. 

Athletic Director: CM. Newton 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Orlando "Tubby" 

Smith (High Point College, 1973) 
Overall Record (Years): 159-66 (7 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 35-4 (1 year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 606.257.1916 
Assistant Coaches: George Felton (South Carolina, 1975)/ 

Shawn Finney (Fairmont, 1985)/Mike Sutton (East Carolina, 

1978). 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 35-4 

1997-98 Conference Record: 14-2 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 1st 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 5th AP/lst USA Today/ESPN 

1997-98 Postseason: National Champions/No. 2 seed 

South Region: Kentucky def. South Carolina State, 82-67; 

def. Saint Louis, 88-61; def. UCLA, 94-68; def. 

Duke, 86-84; def. Stanford, 86-85 (OT); def. Utah, 78-69. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. 

Scott Padgett 6-9 

Wayne Turner 6-2 

Other Key Returnees: Heshimu Evans (Sr., F); Jamaal Magloire (Jr., C) 

Key Losses: Jeff Sheppard (Sr., G); Nazr Mohammed ( Jr., C); Allen Edwards (Sr„ G/F) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brooks Downing Press Row: 606.252.3602 

Office Phone: 606.257.3838 Radio Play-by-Play: Ralph Hacker 

Home Phone: 606.263.7825 Phone Number: 606.253.5900 

Office Fax: 606.323.4310 Phone Number: 606.226.4678 

Website: www.ukathletics.com 

Last Meeting: Nov. 24, 1995. Kentucky 96-Maryland 84 

(at Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic, Springfield, Mass.) 

Series Record: Kentucky leads, 5-3 




Scott Padgett 



Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


240 


Sr. 


F 


11.5 


6.5 


190 


Sr. 


G 


9.3 


3.1 



1998-99 Schedule 






19 


at Vanderbilt 


N17 


Eastern Kentucky 






112 


Tennessee 


N19 


Mercer 






116 


at Mississippi 


N23 


vs. Wright State (at Cincinnati, 




120 


Auburn 




Ohio) 






123 


Mississippi State 


N26-28 at Puerto Rico Shootout 




126 


at Gee 


rgia 


Dl 


Kansas (Great Eight a 


Chicago 


111.) 


130 


Louisiana State 


D5 


Miami, Fla. 






F4 


at Flo 


ida 


D8 


Indiana (at Louisville, 


Ky.l 




F6 


at Alabama 


D12 


Maryland 






F13 


South Carolina 


D19 


Georgia Tech (at Atlanta, Ga.) 




F17 


Georgia 


D22 


Duke (at East Rutherford, N.I.) 




F20 


at Arkansas 


D26 


at Louisville 






F24 


Vanderbilt 


D29 


Tennessee State 






F28 


at Tennessee 


12 


Florida 






M4-7 


at Southeastern Conference 


J5 


at South Carolina 








Tournament 


1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


I.P. Blevins 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


182 


Edmonton, Ky. 


4 


Steve Masiello 


G 


lr. 


6-2 


180 


White Plains, N.Y. 


5 


Wayne Turner 


G 


Sr. 


6-2 


190 


Boston, Mass. 


11 


Saul Smith 


G 


So. 


6-2 


175 


Athens, Ga. 


12 


Todd Tackett 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


170 


Paintsville, Ky. 


14 


Heshimu Evans 


F 


Sr. 


6-6 


215 


Bronx, N.Y. 


21 


Tayshaun Prince 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-8 


190 


Compton, Calif 


22 


Ryan Hogan 


G 


So. 


6-3 


188 


Deerfield, III. 


25 


Myron Anthony 


F 


So. 


6-7 


225 


[acksonville, Fla. 


32 


Desmond Allison 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-5 


193 


Tampa, Fla. 


33 


Michael Bradley 


F/C 


So. 


6-10 


235 


Worcester, Mass. 


34 


Scott Padgett 


F 


Sr. 


6-9 


240 


Louisville, Ky. 


40 


Souleymane Camara 


F 


Fr. 


6-11 


200 


Dakar, Senegal 


42 


lamaal Magloire 


C 


Jr. 


6-10 


260 


Toronto, Ontario 



UMBC (Maryland-Baltimore County) 

Tuesday November 17, 1998; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Baltimore, Md. 

Enrollment: 10,400 

Colors: Black and Gold with Red 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Retrievers 

Founded: 1966 

Home Arena (Capacity): UMBC Fieldhouse (4,024) 

President: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski 

Athletic Director: Dr. Charles Brown 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Tom Sullivan (Fordham, 1972 
Overall Record (Years): 179- 183 (13 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 24-58 (3 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday- Friday 1 1 a.m.-l p.m. 
Office Phone: 410.455.2864 

Assistant Coaches: Randy Monroe (Cheyney State, 1985); 
Doug Nicholas (Gettysburg, 1989); Bill Zotti (Seton Hall, 1995 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 14 14 
1997-98 Conference Record: 6-6 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 3rd 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



UMBC 
RETRIEVERS 




Lette 


rmen Returning/Lost: 


11/2 








Terence Ward 


Returning Starters 












Name Ht. 




Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


Rich Giddens 6-5 




200 


So. 


G/F 


15.5 3.9 


Terence Ward 6- 1 




160 


So. 


G 


12.9 2.6 


Kennedy Okafor 6-7 




252 


So. 


F/C 


12.1 9.3 


Isaac 


Green 6-6 




225 


Ir. 


F 


7.6 5.0 


Other Key Returnees: Tim Hyland (So., 


G); Kerry Martin (Jr., F) 


Key Losses: Eric Poiesz (Sr., 


2) 










Media Services 












Basketball SID: Steve Levy 






Office Fax: 410.455.3994 


Office Phone: 410.455.2197 






Press Row: 410.455.3840 


Home Phone: 410.363.6379 






Website: www 


umbc.edu/Retrievers 


Last Meeting: December 13, 


1997 


Maryland 104-UMBC 66 


Series Record: Maryland leads, 9-0 








1998-99 Schedule 






19 


Robert Morris 


N13 


at Pittsburgh 






111 


atMt. 


St. Mary's 


N17 


at Maryland 






116 


at Monmouth 


N19/ 


1 Battle of Baltimore Classic 




118 


at Fairleigh Dickinson 


D3 


Mt. St. Mary's 






123 


Monmouth 


D5 


St. Francis (Pa.) 






128 


Fairle 


gh Dickinson 


D10 


at Quinnipiac 






130 


Quinnipiac 


D12 


at Central Connecticut 






F4 


at St. Francis (Pa.) 


D19 


Towson University 






F6 


at Rob 


ert Morris 


D23 


Navy 






Fll 


Central Connecticut 


12 


at Wagner 






F15 


at St. Francis (N.Y.) 


14 


at Long Island 






F18 


Long 


sland 


17 


Wagner 






F20 


St. Francis (N.Y.) 


1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


00 


Ricardo Dalmau 


G 


Jr. 


6-3 


180 


Santurce, Puerto Rico 


12 


Terence Ward 


G 


So. 


6-1 


155 


Egg Harbor Township, N.l 


14 


Rich Giddens 


G/F 


So. 


6-5 


200 


Huntington Station, N.Y. 


15 


Rod Harrison 


G 


Sr. 


5-11 


190 


Baltimore, Md. 


20 


Michael van Veen 


F 


Sr. 


6-4 


190 


Den Helder, Holland 


22 


Tim Hyland 


G 


So. 


6-0 


170 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


24 


lason Womble 


G 


Jr. 


6-2 


200 


Kendall Park, N.J. 


25 


Neil Streeter 


G 


Fr. 


6-3 


180 


Washington, D.C. 


33 


Isaac Green 


F 


Jr. 


6-6 


225 


Newark, N.J. 


34 


Kennedy Okafor 


F 


So. 


6-7 


252 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


35 


Brad Martin 


F 


So. 


6-4 


195 


Silver Spring, Md. 


40 


Brett Kindelmann 


F 


Fr. 


6-10 


235 


Huntington, N.Y. 


45 


Kerry Martin 


F 


Ir. 


6-7 


205 


Mavs Landing, N.I. 


52 


Nick Grella 


C 


So. 


6-8 


250 


Carlstadt.N.I. 



OT 

3> 



OT 

1> 



163 



TERRAPIN 



Opponents 



University of North Carolina 

Wednesday January 13,1 999; 9:00 p.m. 
Chapel Hill, N.C./Dean E. Smith Center 
Saturday February 13, 1999; 4:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Enrollment: 24,439 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Founded: 1789 

Home Arena (Capacity): Dean E. Smith Center (21,572) 

Chancellor: Michael Hooker 

Athletic Director: Dick Baddour 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bill Guthridge 

(Kansas State, 1960) 
Overall Record (Years): 34-4 (1 Year) 
Record at Present School (Years): 34-4 ( 1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 919.962. 1 1 54 
Assistant Coaches: Phil Ford (North Carolina, 1978)/ 

Dave Hanners (North Carolina, 1976)/Pat Sullivan 

(North Carolina, 1995) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 34-4 
1997-98 Conference Record: 13-3 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 2nd 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 1st AP/3rd USA Today/ESPN 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 1 Seed, Ed Cota 

East Region; North Carolina def. Navy, 88-52; 

North Carolina def. UNC Charlotte, 93-83 (OT); North Carolina def. Michigan State, 

73-58; North Carolina def. Connecticut, 75-64; Utah def. North Carolina, 65-59. 

THIS YEAR 




Starters Returning/Lost: 2/4 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 
Returning Starters 
Name Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Ed Cota 6- 1 


185 


lr. 


G 


8.1 


3.6 


Ademola Okulaja 6-9 


235 


Sr. 


F 


8.0 


5.6 



Other Key Returnees: Brian Bersticker (So., F/C); Brendan Haywood (So.,C) 

Key Losses: Antawn Jamison (Jr., F); Vince Carter {Jr., F/G), Shammond Williams (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner Press Row: 919.962.2768 

Office Phone: 919.962.7258 Radio Play-by-Play: Woody Durham 

Home Phone: 919.484.0664 Office Phone: 919.968.4807 

Office Fax: 919.962.0612 Website: www.tarheels.unc.edu 





1 .111 ..n.llll^. .Ml. 1. .' L^^U. 1.W1LJ1 

Series Record: North Carolina lead; 


, 102-45 


vim > iiuivj 




1998-99 Schedule 

N14 Md. -Eastern Shore 






no 


at Maryland 




1998-99 Schedule 






113 


Maryland 


N18 


Campbell 






J14 


Virginia 




N13 


Appalachian State 






116 


at NC State 


N21 


Coastal Carolina 






J16 


North Carolina 




N16-27 Pre-Season NIT vs. 


Florida 




121 


Virginia 




N24 


at Providence 






120 


Wofford 






International 






123 


at Wake Forest 


N27 


Charleston Southern 






J23 


at Florida State 




N30 


at Middle Tennessee State 




127 


at Duke 




Dl 


Army 






J28 


Wake Forest 




D4 


Old Dominion (at Charlotte, N.C.) 


131 


Georgia Tech 


D5 


at Duke 






130 


Duke 






D5 


College of Charleston (at 




F4 


at Clemson 


D12 


Houston 






F2 


at Georgia Tech 






Charlotte, N.C.) 






F7 


Florida State 


D17 


Winthrop 






F6 


Clemson 




D8 


Buffalo 






F13 


at Maryland 


D21- 


2i at Puerto Rico Holiday Classic 




F10 


Maryland 




D12 


UNC Charlotte 






F17 


NC State 






(American Univ. P.R., 


Mississippi, 


F14 


at Virg 


nia 




D17 


Louisville 






F20 


at Virginia 




Middle Tennessee State, Ala.- 




F17 


at North Carolina 




D19 


at Dartmouth 






F23 


Wake Forest 




Birmingham, St. Joseph's, Oklahoma, 


F21 


Tulane 






D22 


at Georgia Tech 






F27 


Duke 






Ohio State) 






F24 


Florida State 




D29 


at California 






M4-7 


at ACC Tournament (at Charlotte, N.C.) 


12 


Georgia Tech 






F27 


at Wake Forest 




12 


Clemson 












15 


at Clemson 






M4-7 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) 




16 


at Florida State 










































1998-99 1 v, 














1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 




No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Damon Thornton 


F 


So. 


6-8 


238 


Norfolk, Va. 




00 


Brendan Haywood 


C 


So. 


7-0 


265 


Greensboro, N.C. 


4 


Carl Lentz 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


185 


Norfolk, Va. 




3 


Vasco Evtimov 


F 


So. 


6-10 


225 


Sofia, Bulgaria 


5 


Brian Keeter 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


178 


Cary.N.C. 


s 


4 


Scott Williams 


G 


Sr. 


5-11 


156 


Lawrence, Kan. 


11 


Archie Miller 


G 


So. 


5-9 


151 


Beaver Falls, Pa. 


3> 

30 


5 


Ed Cota 


G 


lr. 


6-1 


185 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


12 


Justin Gainey 


G 


Jr. 


6-0 


179 


High Point, N.C. 


-< 


11 


Michael Brooker 


So. 


G/F 


6-6 


200 


Sandersville, Ga. 


15 


Ron Anderson 


F 


Fr. 


6-6 


193 


Fayetteville, N.C. 


■x> 


13 


Ademola Okulaja 


F 


Sr. 


6-9 


235 


Berlin, Germany 


21 


Kenny Inge 


F 


So. 


6-8 


211 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


■z. 


21 


Terrence Newby 


G 


Ir. 


6-2 


210 


Siler City, N.C. 


23 


Adam Harrington 


G 


Fr. 


6-4 


170 


Northfield, Mass. 


o 


22 


Ronald Curry 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


200 


Hampton, Va. 


25 


Tim Wells 


F 


So. 


6-7 


208 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 




24 


Max Owens 


G/F 


So. 


6-4 


190 


Macon, Ga. 


32 


Keith Bean 


F 


Fr. 


6-8 


240 


Fontana, Calif. 


25 


lason Capel 


F/G 


Fr. 


6-8 


218 


Chesapeake. Va. 


33 


Cornelius Williams 


F/C 


So. 


6-11 


247 


Ft. McClellan, Ala. 


m 


32 


Orlando Melendez 


F 


Fr. 


6-8 


190 


luana Diaz, P.R. 


40 


Ron Kelley 


F/C 


So. 


6-10 


228 


Emory, Texas 


— 1 

CD 


35 


Brad Frederick 


G/F 


Sr. 


6-5 


190 


Lawrence, Kan. 
















3> 


42 


Kris Lang 


F/C 


Fr. 


6-10 


225 


Gastonia, N.C. 
















r^ 


50 


Brian Bersticker 


F/C 


So. 


6-11 


205 


Virginia Beach, Va. 

















N.C. State University 

Sunday January 10, 1999; 1:30 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 
Wednesday February 10, 1999; 7:00 p.m. 
Raleigh, N.C./Reynolds Coliseum 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Enrollment: 27,529 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Founded: 1887 

Home Arena (Capacity): Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) 

Chancellor: Dr. Marye Anne Fox 

Athletic Director: Les Robinson 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Herb Sendek 

(Carnegie Mellon, 1985) 
Overall Record (Years): 97-56 (5 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 34-30 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 919.515.2104 
Assistant Coaches: Sean Miller (Pittsburgh, 1992); 

Larry Harris (Pittsburgh, 1978); John Groce (Taylor, 1994) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 17-15 
1997-98 Conference Record: 5-11 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 8th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NIT; NC State def. Kansas State, 59-39; 
Georgia def. NC State, 61-55 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 
Lettermen Returning/ Lost: 8/4 
Returning Starters 




Justin Gainey 



Name 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Justin Gainey 


6-0 


179 


Ir. 


F 


5.3 


2.6 


Kenny Inge 


6-8 


211 


So. 


F 


11.0 


7.4 


Ron Kelley 


6-10 


228 


So. 


C 


8.3 


4.7 



Other Key Returnees: Archie Miller (So., G); Damon Thornton (So., F) 

Key Losses: Ishua Benjamin (Sr., G); C.C. Harrison (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Jason Simon ■ Press Row: 919.515.3393 

Office Phone: 919.515.2102 Radio Play-by-Play: Gary Hahn 

Home Phone: 9 19.755.6220 Office Phone: 9 1 9.83 1 .9653 

Office Fax: 919.515.2898 Website: wvvw2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/athletics 

Last Meeting: Feb. 1 1, 1998; Maryland 78-NC State 63 (at College Park, Md.) 

Series Record: NC State leads, 68-54 



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University of North Texas 

Wednesday December 23, 1998; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Denton, Texas 

Enrollment: 25,000 

Colors: Green and White 

Conference: Big West 

Nickname: Eagles, Mean Green 

Founded: 1890 

Home Arena (Capacity): The Super Pit ( 1 0,032) 

Chancellor: Dr. Alfred F. Hurley 

Athletic Director: Craig Helwig 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Vic Trilli (Midwestern Stat' 

1976) 
Overall Record (Years): 5-21 ( 1 Year) 
Record at Present School (Years): 5-21 (1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 940.565.2451 
Assistant Coaches: Melvin Harralson, (Auburn, 1989)/ 

Nate Shea-han ( Westmont College, 1992)/Chris Beard 

(Texas, 1994) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 5-21 

1997-98 Conference Record: 4- 12 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 6th/Big West Eastern Division 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 1/11 
Returning Starters 
Name Ht. 

Charles Washington 6-4 




Charles Washington 



Wt. Yr. Pos. PPG RPG 

200 Sr. F 10.5 8.7 

Key Losses: David Miller (Sr., F); Travis Schofield (Sr., G); Chuck Thrash ( )r., F) 
Media Services 

Basketball SID: Sean lohnson Press Row: 940.565.2476 

Office Phone: 940.565.2476 Radio Play-by-Play: George Dunham 

Home Phone: 940.382.3046 Office Phone: 940.565.3339 

Office Fax: 940.565.3671 Website: www.unt.edu/meangreen/ 
Last Meeting: First Meeting 
Series Record: First Meeting 



1998-99 Schedule 






114 


Pacific 




N13 


at Texas A8<M 






116 


Long Beach State 


N21 


Texas Tech 






121 


at New Mexico State 


Dl 


at Texas Christian 






123 


Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 


D4-5 


at Iowa State Tournament 




128 


at Utah State 




< North Texas, Iowa Stat 


e, Princeton, 


130 


at Nevada 




Western Illinois) 






F4 


Boise State 


D8 


at Tulsa 






F6 


Idaho 




D12 


Wyoming 






Fll 


at Boise State 


D19 


at Louisiana Tech 






F13 


at Idah 





D23 


at Maryland 






F18 


at UC Santa Barbara 


D30 


at Arkansas 






F20 


New Mexico State 


17 


at UC Irvine 






F25 


Nevad 


a 


19 


at Cal State Fullerton 






F27 


Utah State 


1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


00 


Deginald Erskin 


F 


Fr. 


6-6 


210 


Gonzales, Texas 


3 


Calvin Williams 


G 


So. 


6-0 


185 


Dallas, Texas 


4 


Charles Washington 


F 


Ir. 


6-4 


200 


lackson, Miss. 


5 


Chris Davis 


F 


Fr. 


6-6 


215 


Dallas, Texas 


12 


Wes Allen 


G 


Fr. 


6-3 


178 


Amarillo, Texas 


15 


Michael Colter 


G 


Ir. 


6-0 


185 


Austin, Texas 


20 


Dominic Hardie 


G 


Ir. 


6-4 


190 


Port Arthur, Texas 


22 


Kenneth Mangrum 


G 


Fr. 


6-4 


193 


Waco, Texas 


30 


Dexter Tennell 


F 


Fr. 


6-6 


190 


Irving, Texas 


32 


loe Ervin 


G 


Sr. 


6-1 


190 


Waco. Texas 


33 


Chris Kepley 


F 


Fr. 


6-8 


235 


Dallas, Texas 


42 


Sam Funches 


F 


Ir. 


6-8 


210 


lackson, Miss. 


50 


Brandon Gilbert 


F 


Ir. 


6-8 


220 


Madisonville, Texas 


55 


Graeme Anstey 


C 


So. 


6-11 


225 


Melbourne, Australia 



University of Pittsburgh 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Enrollment: 31,776 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

Conference: Big East (Big East 7) 

Nickname: Panthers 

Founded: 1787 

Home Arena (Capacity): Fitzgerald Field House (6,798); 

Pittsburgh Civic Arena (17,159) 
Chancellor: Mark A. Nordenberg 
Athletic Director: Steven C. Pederson 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Ralph Willard (Holy Cross, ) 
Overall Record ( Years): 1 30- 1 08 ( 8 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 49-66 (4 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 412.648.8350 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 11-16 

1997-98 Conference Record: 6-12 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 5th (Big East 7) 

1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/ Lost: 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/ Lost: 7/2 




Returning Starters 










Ricardo Greer 


Name 


Ht. 




Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. PPG RPG 


Vonteego Cummings 


6-5 




190 


Sr. 


G 19.5 4.1 


Jarrett Lockhart 


6-3 




195 


Ir. 


G 11.3 4.3 


Ricardo Greer 


6-5 




220 


So. 


F 12.4 6.7 


Atilla Cosby 


6-9 




210 


So. 


F 9.3 4.8 


Isaac Hawkins 


6-8 




210 


Jr. 


F 18.6 9.2 


Other Key Returnees: 


Kelli Tayloi 


(Jr.,G) 


Stephen Flores (So., F) 


Key Losses: none 












Media Services 












Basketball SID: Mike Cawood 




Press Row: 412.648.2318 (Fitzgerald); 


Office Phone: 412.648.8244 






412 


432.5540 (Civic Center) 


Home Phone: 412.323 


'667 






Radio 


Play-by-Play: Bill Hargrove 


Office Fax: 412.648.82 


48 






Website: www.pittsburghpanthers.com 


Last Meeting: Dec. 27 


1996; 


Maryland 66 


-Pittsburgh 63 


Series Record: Maryland leads, 4- 


1 






1998-99 Schedule 








116 


at Connecticut 


N13 UMBC 








119 


at Villanova 


N17 St. Francis (Pa. 1 








123 


Georgetown 


N20 at Wright State 








125 


Duquesne (Pittsburgh Civic Arena) 


N23 Texas Pan Amer 


can 






130 


Miami 


N26-28 at Puerto Rico Shootout 




F2 


at Georgetown 


Pittsburgh vs. Xavier, 


Maryland, 


F6 


St. John's 


Kentucky, Colorado, UCLA 




F8 


at Seton Hall 


San Francisco, AU-Puerto Rico 


Fll 


at Rutgers 


D3 Prairie View AScM 






F13 


Syracuse 


D6 at Tennessee 








F16 


West Virginia 


D9 at St. John's 








F20 


at Boston College 


D12 Connecticut 








F23 


at Miami 


D22 Howard 








F27 


Seton Hall 


D30 Providence 








M3-6 


at Big East Tournament (New York, N.Y.) 


15 at Notre Dame 












110 Boston College 












1998-99 Roster 












No. Player 




Pos 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. Hometown 


3 Vonteego Cummings 


G 


Sr. 


6-5 


190 Thomson, Ga. 


5 Fred Primus 




G 


Fr. 


6-3 


190 Washington, DC. 


12 Jarrett Lockhart 




G 


Jr. 


6-3 


195 Bronx, N.Y 


1 3 Jeremy Holmes 




G 


Jr. 


6-0 


170 Cleveland Heights, Ohio 


21 Atilla Cosby 




F 


So. 


6-9 


210 Washington, DC. 


22 Kellii Taylor 




G 


Jr. 


6-1 


175 Forestville, Md. 


25 Ricardo Greer 




C 


So. 


6-5 


210 New York, N.Y. 


33 Chris Seabrooks 




F 


Fr. 


6-9 


220 Macon, Ga. 


42 Stephen Flores 




F 


So. 


6-8 


210 East Liverpool, Ohio 


52 Isaac Hawkins 




F 


Jr. 


6-8 


210 Baton Rouge, La. 



30 



165 



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TERRAPIN 



Opponents 



Princeton University 

Saturday, Dec. 19, 1998; 9:30 p.m./ESPN 
Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Arena 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Princeton, N.J. 

Enrollment: 4,600 

Colors: Orange and Black 

Conference: Ivy League 

Nickname: Tigers 

Founded: 1746 

Home Arena (Capacity): Jadwin Gym (6,854) 

President: Dr. Harold T. Shaprio 

Athletic Director: Gary D. Walters 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bill Carmody (Union, 1975) 
Overall Record (Years): 51-6 (2 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 51-6 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 609.258.3512 

Assistant Coaches: loe Scott (Princeton, 1987)/John 
Thompson ( Princeton, 1988)/Howard Lew (Princeton, 1985 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 27-2 

1997-98 Conference Record: 14-0 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 1st 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 8th Associated Press/ 

8th ESPN/USA Today 
1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 5 Seed, 

East Region; Princeton def. UNLV, 69-57; Michigan State 

def. Princeton, 63-56. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/5 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. Wt. 

Brian Earl 6-2 160 

GabeLewullis 6-6 190 

Other Key Returnees: C.I. Chapman (So., G); Mason Rocca (2.7 ppg,-2.2 rpg) 

Key Losses: Steve Goodrich (Sr., G); Mitch Henderson (Sr., F) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: lerry Price Press Row: 609.258.2130 

Office Phone: 609.258.3569 Radio Play-by-Play: Tom McCarthy 

Home Phone: 2 1 5.32 1 . 1 224 Office Phone: 609.394.8326 X 1 1 1 

Office Fax: 609.258.2399 Website: www.princeton.edu/athletics/ 

Last Meeting: Dec. 4, 1976. Maryland 58- Princeton 45 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-2 




Brian Earl 



Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Sr. 


G 


13.1 


2.7 


Sr. 


F 


14.3 


5.3 



1998-99 Schedule 


19 


Yale 


N18 


at Lafavette 


125 


Union 


N21 


at UNC- Wilmington 


J29 


at Columbia 


N28 


at Monmouth 


130 


at Cornell 


D4-5 


at Iowa State Cyclone Challenge 


F5 


Harvard 




Princeton vs. North Texas State 


F6 


Dartmouth 




Iowa State vs. Western Illinois 


F12 


at Yale 


D9 


Bucknell 


F13 


at Brown 


D15 


Alabama-Birmingham 


F16 


at Pennsvlvania 


D19 


Maryland (at Baltimore, Md.) 


F19 


at Dartmouth 


D27-30 at Rainbow Classic 


F20 


at Harvard 




Princeton vs. Florida State (Murrav 


F26 


Cornell 




State, Texas, Hawaii, S.W Louisiana, 


F27 


Columbia 




UNC-Charlotte, Mississippi State) 


M2 


Pennsvlvania 


18 


Brown 







1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 

3 Lance Walters G 

10 Brian Earl G 

22 C.l. Chapman G 

23 Anthony Taylor G 
25 Terence Rozier-Byrd F 

32 Gabe Lewullis F 

33 Nathan Walton F 

34 Chris Kilburn- Peterson F 

35 Phil Belin G/F 
45 Mason Rocca F 

Eugene Baah G 

Mike Bechtold F 

Ahmed El-Nokali G/F 

Phil lackman F 

Chris Krug C 

Chris Martin C 

Ray Robbins F 

Chris Young C 



Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

So. 6-3 195 Waxachachie, Texas 

Sr. 6-2 160 Medford Lakes, N.I. 

So. 6-1 165 Aurora, Colo. 

So. 6-5 185 Berkeley, Calif. 

So. 6-7 200 Lakewood, N.J. 

Sr. 6-6 190 Allentown, Pa. 

Jr. 6-7 215 San Diego, Calif. 

Sr. 6-6 205 Berwyn, Pa. 

Jr. 6-4 170 Ranchos Palos Verdes, Calif. 

Jr. 6-7 210 Evanston, 111. 

Fr. 6-5 195 New York, N.Y. 

Fr. 6-6 190 Lebanon, Pa. 

Fr. 6-4 175 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Fr. 6-5 185 Danville, Calif. 

Fr. 6-9 215 Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fr. 6-8 245 Olney, Md. 

Fr. 6-7 195 Paso Robles, Calif. 

Fr. 6-10 235 Dallas, Texas 



University of San Francisco 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: San Francisco, Calif. 

Enrollment: 8,000 

Colors: Green and Gold 

Conference: West Coast 

Nickname: Dons 

Founded: 1855 

Home Arena (Capacity): War Memorial Gymnasium (5,300) 

President: Rev. John Schlegel, SJ. 

Athletic Director: Bill Hogan 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Philip Mathews 

(UC Irvine, 1972) 
Overall Record (Years): 51-35 (3 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 51-35 (3 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Weekday Mornings 
Office Phone: 4 1 5.422.6950 
Assistant Coaches: Bill Carr (San Francisco, 1988)/John Wade 

(Eastern Washington, 1983)/Phil Galvin (Mt. St. Mary's, 1993) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 19-11 
1997-98 Conference Record: 7-7 
1997-98 Conference Finish: Tied 4th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 14 Seed, West 
Region, Utah def. San Francisco, 85-68 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/9 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. 

Ali Thomas 6-2 

DonyWikher 5-10 

Other Key Returnees: LyRyan Russell (So., G) 

Key Losses: Hakeem Ward (Sr., F); Damian Cantrell (Sr, F) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Peter Simon Press Row: 415.422.2919 

Office Phone: 415.422.6161 Radio Play-by-Play: Pat Olson 

Home Phone: 650.875.3667 Office Phone: 4 1 5.995.6805 

Office Fax: 415.422.2929 , Website: www.usfca.edu/athletics 

Last Meeting: Dec. 21, 1973. Maryland 78-San Francisco 60 (at Oakland, Calif.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 










Ali Thomas 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


185 


So. 


G 


11.1 2.2 


190 


So. 


G 


4.4 0.9 



1998-99 Schedule 


J8 


San Diego 


N18 


at UC Santa Barbara 


19 


St. Mary's 


N23 


Saint Louis 


115 


at Loyola Marymount 


N26- 


28 at Puerto Rico Shootout 


116 


at Pepperdine 




(Maryland, San Francisco, 


122 


Gonzaga 




Kentucky, UCLA, Pittsburgh, 


123 


Portland 




Colorado, Xavier, American Univ. 


128 


at Portland 




of Puerto Rico) 


J30 


at Gonzaga 


Dl 


Montana State 


F3 


at Santa Clara 


D4-5 


Northwestern Mutual Classic 


F6 


Santa Clara 




(San Francisco, Holy Cross, Rice, 


F12 


Pepperdine 




Weber State) 


F13 


Loyola Marymount 


D8 


at Montana State 


F18 


at St. Mary's 


on 


at Fairfield 


F20 


at San Diego 


D20 


at Indiana 


F27 


at West Coast Conference 


D23 


at Rhode Island 




Tournament 


D27 


Nebraska 




at Santa Clara University 


D29- 


30 Cable Car Classic 

San Francisco, Santa Clara, St. 
Joseph's (Pa.), Harvard) 







1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

5 DonyWilcher G 5-10 190 So. Los Angeles, Calif. 

1 1 LyRyan Russell G 6-0 160 So. San Francisco, Calif. 

13 Derek Christensen F 6-5 190 Fr. Honolulu, Hawaii 

20 Gerald Zimmerman G 6-6 215 Sr. Lakeland, Fla. 

22 Brian Dennis F 6-6 215 Fr. Santa Rosa, Calif. 

30 James Lee F 6-6 200 So. Los Angeles, Calif. 

31 Terrence Moore F 6-7 270 Jr. Hacienda Heights, Calif. 

32 Ali Thomas G 6-2 175 So. San Francisco, Calif. 

33 Russell Hinder F 6-9 215 Fr. Sydney, Australia 

34 Booker T. Harris G 6-1 184 Sr. San Francisco, Calif. 

35 Hondre Brewer C 6-11 225 Fr. Oakland, Calif. 

50 Trevor Hubbard F 6-6 220 Fr. San Anselmo, Calif. 

52 Eugene Brown F 6-9 220 Fr. Avondale, Ariz. 






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South Carolina State 

Wednesday December 27, 1998; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Orangeburg, S.C. 
Enrollment: 5,000 
Colors: Garnet and Blue 
Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 
Nickname: Bulldogs 
Founded: 1896 

Home Arena (Capacity): Smith-Hammond-Middleton 
Memorial Center (3,200) 
President: Dr. Leroy Davis 
Athletic Director: Dr. Timothy }. Autry, Jr. 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Cyrus "Cy" Alexander 

(Catawba, 1975) 
Overall Record (Years): 186-134 ( 1 1 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 186-134(11 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 803.536.8586 
Assistant Coaches: Francis Simmons (Voorhees, 1971)/Jamal Brown 

(South Carolina State, 1997) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 22-8 
1997-98 Conference Record: 16-2 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 2nd 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 16 Seed, Southeast 
Region; Kentuckv def. South Carolina State, 82-67. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/ Lost: 2/3 
Lettermen Returning/ Lost: 9/4 
Returning Starters 




James Jones 



Name Ht. 




Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. PPG RI 


Raheem Waller 6-8 




235 


Ir. 


c 7.0 7.' 


Other Key Returnees: lames lones ( 1 


r., G); Bry 


in Neis (So., F) 


Key Losses: Roderick Blakney (Sr., G 


; Tyler Brown (Sr. 


G) 


Media Services 










Basketball SID: Bill Hamilton 


Press Row: 803.536.8653 


Office Phone: 803.536.7060 


Radio Play-by-Play: Tony Edwards 


Home Phone: 803.534.1814 


Office Phone: 803.536.8196 


Office Fax: 803.536.8622 


Website: www.scsu.edu 


Last Meeting: First Meeting 










Series 


Record: First Meeting 










1998-98 Schedule 






111 


at Hampton 


N21 


at Duke 






J18 


Howard 


N28 


at Alabama A&M 






J23 


Md.-Eastern Shore 


D2 


NCA8tT 






J25 


at Delaware State 


D4-5 


at Cardinal Varsity Club Classic 


J30 


at Florida A8tM 




Ball State, Jacksonville, St. Joseph's 


Fl 


at Bethune Cookman 




(Ind.), S.C. State 






F6 


at Coppin State 


D9 


at Charleston Southerr 






F8 


at Morgan State 


D15 


Florida A&M 






F13 


Norfolk State 


D17 


Bethune Cookman 






F15 


Hampton 


D21 


at Clemson 






F22 


at Howard 


D27 


at Maryland 






F27 


at NC A8tT 


D29 


at South Carolina 






M2-< 


at MEAC Tournament (at 


12 


Morgan State 








Richmond) 


14 


Coppin State 










19 


at Norfolk State 










1998-99 Roster 










No. 


Player 


Pos 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Hometown 


3 


Charles Jackson 


G 


Jr. 


5-10 


Columbia, S.C. 


4 


Coray Davis 


F 


Jr. 


6-5 


Holly Hill, S.C. 


5 


Evans Gilliard 


G 


Jr. 


5-10 


Hartsville, S.C. 


11 


Rayner Moore 


G 


So. 


5-11 


Charlotte, N.C. 


12 


Mike Wiatre 


G 


Jr. 


6-0 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


21 


Terry Smith-Harris 


G 


Jr. 


6-5 


Los Angeles, Calif. 


30 


Raheem Waller 


C 


Sr. 


6-8 


Atlanta, Ga. 


31 


Duane Johnson 


C 


Jr. 


6-10 


Phdadelphia, Pa. 


33 


lames Jones 


G 


Jr. 


6-4 


Mitchellville, Md. 


44 


Bryan Neis 


F 


Ir. 


6-8 


New York, N.Y. 


52 


Edmund Alston 


C 


So. 


6-8 


Wando, S.C. 


54 


Arthur Carlisle 


F 


Jr. 


6-6 


Goose Creek, S.C. 



Stanford University 

Sunday Dec. 6, 1 998; 1 :00 p.m. 
Washington, D.C./MCI Center 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Stanford, Calif. 

Enrollment: 6,556 

Colors: Cardinal and White 

Conference: Pacific- 10 

Nickname: Cardinal 

Founded: 1891 

Home Arena (Capacity): Maples Pavilion (7,391) 

President: Dr. Gerhard Casper 

Athletic Director: Dr. Ted Leland 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Mike Montgomery 

(Long Beach State, 1968) 
Overall Record (Years): 389-209 (20 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 235-132 (12 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Mid Mornings 
Office Phone: 650.723.0562 
Assistant Coaches: Trent Johnson (Boise State, 1980)/ 

Eric Reveno (Stanford, 1989)/Blaine Taylor (Montana, 1982) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 30-5 

1997-98 Conference Record: 15-3 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 2nd 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 10th AP/4th USA Today/ESPN 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 3 Seed Midwest 
Region; Stanford def. College of Charleston, 67-57; Stanford 
def. Western Michigan, 83-65; Stanford def. Purdue, 67-59; 
Stanford def. Rhode Island, 79-77; Kentucky def. 86-85. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 
Returning Starters 




Arthur Lee 



Name 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Arthur Lee 


6-0 


175 


Sr. 


G 


14.5 


2.3 


Kris Weems 


6-3 


195 


Sr. 


G 


12.6 


3.0 


Mark Madsen 


6-8 


235 


Jr. 


F 


11.7 


8.2 


Tim Young 


7-1 


245 


Sr. 


C 


11.3 


8.1 


Peter Sauer 


6-7 


225 


Sr. 


F 


9.2 


4.6 



Other Key Returnees: David Moseley ( Jr., G/F); Ryan Mendez ( Jr., G/F) 

Key Losses: Dave Bennion (Sr., G); Kamba Tshinoyi (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Bob Vazquez Press Row: 650.723.44 1 8 

Office Phone: 650.723.4418 Radio Play-by-Play: Bob Murphy 

Home Phone: 510.791.0441 Office Phone: 408.475.6037 

Office Fax: 650.725.2957 Website: www.gostanford.com 

Last Meeting: Dec. 28, 1985; Maryland 67-Stanford 65 (OT) (at Honolulu, Hawaii) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 



1998-99 Schedule 






J9 


California 




N14 


UC- Davis 






114 


at USC 




N18 


SMU (Pre-season NIT) 






116 


at UCLA 




N20-27 at Pre-season NIT 






121 


Washi 


ngton State 




D5-6 


at BB8tT Classic 






123 


Washi 


ngton 






Maryland vs. Stanford 






128 


at Arizona 






DePaul vs. George Washington 


130 


at Arizona State 




D17 


at Nevada-Reno 






F3 


at California 




D19 


at Pacific 






F6 


Connecticut 




D21-22 Stanford Invitational 






Fll 


UCLA 








Stanford vs. Elon College 




F13 


USC 








Santa Clara vs. William 


& Mary 


F18 


at Washington 




D29 


at Pete Newell Challenge 




F20 


at Washington State 






Stanford vs. Temple 






F25 


Arizona State 






North Carolina vs. California 




F27 


Arizona 




12 


Oregon State 






M4 


at Oregon 




14 


Oregon 






M6 


at Oregon State 




1998-99 Roster 














No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 




3 


Kris Weems 


G 


Sr. 


6-3 


195 


Kansas City, Kan. 




4 


Michael McDonald 


G 


So. 


6-0 


170 


Long Beach, Calif. 


2 


5 


Peter Sauer 


F 


Sr. 


6-7 


225 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


3> 


11 


Arthur Lee 


G 


Sr. 


6-0 


175 


Los Angeles, Calif. 


30 

-< 


12 


Kyle Logan 
Alex GeTbard 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-5 


185 


Mercersburg, Pa. 


1 — 


20 


G 


Jr. 


6-3 


188 


Sherman Oaks, Calif. 


21 


David Moseley 
Tony Giovacchini 


G/F 


Jr. 


6-4 


198 


Las Cruces, N.M. 


o 


25 


G 


Fr. 


6-2 


170 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


OD 


31 


Jarron Collins 


F 


So. 


6-9 


240 


North Hollywood, Calif. 


i> 


32 


Ryan Mendez 


F/G 


Ir. 


6-7 


205 


Burleson, Texas 


7K. 


33 


lason Collins 


F 


Fr. 


6-10 


240 


North Hollywood, Calif. 


m 

-H 


44 


Mark Seaton 


F 


Sr. 


6-9 


230 


Cypress, Calif. 


OO 


45 


Mark Madsen 


F 


Ir. 


6-8 


235 


Danville, Calif. 


3> 


55 


Tim Young 


C 


Sr. 


7-1 


245 


Santa Cruz, Calif. 


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Opponents 



UCLA 



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POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. 

Enrollment: 35,000 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

Conference: Pacific- 1 

Nickname: Bruins 

Founded: 1919 

Home Arena (Capacity): Pauley Pavilion (12,800) 

Chancellor: Dr. Albert Carnesale 

Athletic Director: Peter T. Dalis 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Steve Lavin (Chapman, 1988) 
Overall Record (Years): 48-17 (2 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 48-17 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 310.825.8699 

Assistant Coaches: Michael Holton (UCLA, 1983)/Iim Saia 
(Chapman, 1987)/Steve Spencer (Sonoma State, 1985) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 24-9 

1997-98 Conference Record: 12-6 

1997-98 Conference Finish: 3rd 

1997-98 Final Rankings: 19thAP/20th ESPN/USA Today 

1997-98 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, South Region, No. 6 

Seed, UCLA def. Miami, 65-62; UCLA def. Michigan, 85-82; 

Kentuckv def. UCLA, 94-68. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. 

Baron Davis 6-2 

Earl Watson 6-2 

Other Key Returnees: Travis Reed (So., F); Billy Knight (So., F/G); Rico Hines (So., F) 

Key Losses: I.R. Henderson (Sr., C/F); Toby Bailey (Sr., F/G); Kris Johnson (Sr„ F/G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Bill Bennett Press Row: 310.825.1899 

Office Phone: 310.206.6831 Radio Play-by-Play: Chris Roberts 

Office Fax: 310.825.8664 Office Phone: 818.914.4872 

Website: www.uclabruins.com 
Last Meeting: Dec. 6, 1995; UCLA 73-Maryland 63 (at Anaheim, Calif.) 
Series Record: UCLA leads, 4-1 










Baron Davis 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


190 


So. 


G 


11.7 4.0 


170 


So. 


G 


5.8 3.7 



1998-99 Schedule 
N19 Santa Clara 
N26-28 at Puerto Rico Shootout 

D2 Delaware State 

John Wooden Classic (at Anaheim, 

Calif.) 

UCLA vs. Oklahoma State 

Kansas vs. Pepperdine 

UNLV 

Cal-State Northridge 

American 

Loyola Marymount 

Arizona 

Arizona State 

at Oregon State 

at Oregon 



D5 



D12 
D19 
D23 
D29 

12 
14 
17 
19 



1998-99 Roster 

No. Player 

Jerome Moiso 

3 Billy Knight 

4 JaRon Rush 

5 Baron Davis 
Todd Ramasar 
Travis Reed 
Matt Harbour 
Brandon Loyd 
Ryan Bailey 
Rico Hines 
Matt Barnes 
Earl Watson 
Sean Farnham 
Ray Young 
Dan Gadzuric 



Pos. 

C 

G/F 

F 

G 

G/F 

F 

G 

G 

G 

G 

F 

G 

F 

G 

C 



Yr. 

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



J 14 California 

J16 Stanford 

120 at Southern California 

J23 at Louisville 

128 at Washington State 

J3 1 at Washington 

F4 Oregon 

F7 Oregon State 

Fll at Stanford 

F13 at California (at Oakland) 

F17 Southern California 

F2 1 Syracuse 

F25 Washington State 

F27 Washington 

M4 at Arizona State 

M6 at Arizona 



Ht. Wt. Hometown 

6-11 225 Guadeloupe, West Indies 

6-5 180 Los Angeles, Calif. 

6-7 215 Kansas City, Mo. 

6-3 190 Los Angeles, Calif. 

6-5 200 Corona, Calif. 

6-7 200 Fontana, Calif. 

6-2 180 Camarillo, Calif. 

5-10 182 Tulsa, Okla. 

6-3 200 Los Angeles, Calif. 

6-4 210 Greenville, N.C. 

6-7 215 Fair Oaks, Calif. 

6-2 170 Kansas City, Kan. 

6-6 205 Clayton, Calif. 

6-4 200 Alameda, Calif. 

6-11 240 Den Haag, The Netherlands 




University of Virginia 

Thursday January 7, 1999; 8:00 p.m. VIRflKIIA 

Charlottesville, Va./University Hall llxVJII 

Saturday February 6, 1999; 1:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 

Enrollment: 18,417 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, 'Hoos 

Founded: 1819 

Home Arena (Capacity): University Hall (8,457) 

President: John T. Casteen, III 

Athletic Director: Terry Holland 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Pete Gillen (Fairfield, 1968) 
Overall Record (Years): 274-128 ( 13 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): First Year 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 804.982.5400 

Assistant Coaches: Walt Fuller (Drexel, 1987)/Bobby Gonzalez 
(Buffalo State, 1986)/Michael Malone (Loyola, Md., 1994) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 11-19 
1997-98 Conference Record: 3-13 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 9th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/7 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. Wt. 

Colin Ducharme 6-9 246 

Willie Dersch 6-5 197 

Donald Hand 5-11 166 

Other Key Returnees: Kris Hunter (Jr., C); 

Key Losses: Norman Nolan (Sr., F); Curtis 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Rich Murray 

Office Phone: 804.982.5500 

Home Phone: 804.978.2966 

Office Fax: 804.978.2966 

Last Meeting: Feb. 22, 1998; Maryland 74 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 90-59 

1998-99 Schedule 

N13 Virginia Commonwealth (at 
Richmond, Va.) 

N20-22 at Top of the World Classic 
( Fairbanks, Alaska ) 
Virginia vs. Arkansas; Alaska- 
Fairbanks, Nebraska, New Mexico 
State; Villanova, Washington State, 
Wisconsin). 

N25 Hampton 

N28 Elon 

Dl Florida State 

D5 New Hampshire 

D8 Liberty 

D12 St. John's 

D22 Virginia Military 

D27 Delaware 

D30 Loyola (Md.) 



Colin Ducharme 



Yr. Pos. 

Jr. 7.8 

Jr. 6.5 

So. 4.7 

Greg Lyons (So., G) 
Staples (Sr., G) 



PPG 

5.0 
3.6 

2.4 



Press Row: 804.296.5910 
Radio Play-by-Play: Mac McDonald 
Office Phone: 804.977.3030 
Website: www.virginiasports.com 
Virginia 66 at Charlottesville, Va.) 



12 

J7 

J10 

114 

J17 

J21 

J23 

J27 

J30 

F3 

F6 

Fll 

F14 

F17 

F20 

F25 

M4-7 



at Wake Forest 

Maryland 

at Duke 

at NC State 

Clemson 

at North Carolina 

Georgia Tech 

Virginia Tech (at Richmond, Va.) 

at Tallahassee, Fla. 

Wake Forest 

at Maryland 

Duke 

NC State 

at Clemson 

North Carolina 

at Georgia Tech 

at ACC Tournament (at Charlotte, 

N.C.) 



1998-99 Roster 


No. 


Player 


10 


Chezley Watson 


11 


Greg Lyons 


13 


Donald Hand 


24 


Willie Dersch 


31 


Adam hall 


33 


Chris Williams 


44 


Kris Hunter 


52 


Colin Ducharme 



Pos. 

G 

G 

G 

G/F 

F/G 

F/G 

C 



Yr. 

So. 
So. 
So. 

Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 

Ir. 



Ht. 

6-2 

6-4 

5-11 

6-5 

6-5 

6-5 

6-10 



C/F 6-9 246 



Wt. 
201 

176 
166 
197 
185 
200 
219 
Jr. 



Hometown 

Gainesville, Ga. 
Mineola, N.Y. 
Paterson, N.J. 
Floral Park, N.Y. 
Katy, Texas 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Richmond, Va. 



168 



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Wake Forest 



Thursday December 3, 1998, 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 
Sunday January 31,1 999; 1:30 p.m. 
Winston-Salem, N.C./Lawrence Joel Coliseum 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Enrollment: 3,761 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Founded: 1834 

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

President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 

Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach {Alma Mater, Year): Dave Odom (Guilford, 1965) 

Overall Record (Years): 220-135 (12 Years) 

Record at Present School (Years): 182-93 (9 Years) 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 336.758.5622 

Assistant Coaches: Frank Haith (Elon, 1988)/ Ernie Nestor 

(Alderson-Broaddus, 1968)/ Russell Turner 

1 Hampden-Svdney, 1992) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 16-14 
1997-98 Conference Record: 7-9 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 4th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 

1997-98 Postseason: NIT Tournament; Wake Forest def. 
UNC- Wilmington, 56-52; Vanderbilt def. Wake Forest, 72-68. 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 
Returning Starters 




Robert 0'Kelley 



Name 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Niki Arinze 


6-5 


218 


So. 


F 


7.0 


6.1 


Robert O'Kellev 


6-1 


185 


So. 


G 


16.6 


2.1 


Josh Shoemaker 


6-9 


235 


So. 


F 


3.0 


4.2 


Rafael Vidaurreta 


6-9 


250 


So 


C/F 


4.5 


5.8 



Other Key Returnees: Joseph Amonett ( Sr., G); Aron McMillian (So., F/C) 

Key Losses: Tony Rutland (Sr., G); Steven Goolsby (Sr., F) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: John Justus Press Row: 336.727.2945 

Office Phone: 336.758-5640 Radio Play-by-Play: Stan Cotten 

Home Phone: 336.722. 1094 

Office Fax: 336.758.5140 Website: www.wakeforestsports.com 

Last Meeting: Feb. 19, 1998. Wake Forest 83-Maryland 79 (at College Park, Md.) 

Series Record: Wake Forest leads, 49-47 



1998-99 Schedule 

N 1 0- 1 1 Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament ( at 
Madison Square Garden) 
Wake Forest vs. Illinois 
Georgetown vs. Temple 

N18 UNC-Greensboro 

N21 Mercer 

N24 William 8c Mary 

N27 Davidson 

N30 at Virginia Military 

D3 at Maryland 

D12 at Virginia Tech 

D16 Coastal Carolina 

D19 East Tennessee State 

D23 Arkansas 

D28 at Utah 

J 2 Virginia 

1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 

3 Broderick Hicks G Fr. 

4 Robert O'Kelley G So. 

5 Aron McMillian F/C So. 

10 Jim Fitzpatrick G Jr. 

11 Joseph Amonett G Sr. 
20 Niki Arinze F So. 
23 Tim Fuller G Jr. 
25 Darius Songaila F/C Fr. 
3 1 Ervin Murray G Fr. 

33 James Griffin G So. 

34 Antwan Scott F Fr. 

41 Rafael Vidaurreta F/C So. 

42 Craig Dawson F Fr. 
44 Josh Shoemaker F So. 



J9 at Clemson 

J13 Duke 

[16 at Georgia Tech 

J20 at Florida State 

J23 North Carolina 

J28 at NC State 

J31 Maryland 

F3 at Virginia 

F10 Clemson 

F13 at Duke 

F16 Georgia Tech 

F20 Florida State 

F23 at North Carolina 

F28 NC State 

M4-7 at ACC Tournament (at Charlotte, 
N.C.) 



Ht. Wt. Hometown 

6-1 160 Houston, Texas 

6-1 185 Memphis, Tenn. 

6-9 245 Greensboro, N.C. 

6-0 180 Fairfax, Va. 

6-5 195 Bvrdstown, Tenn. 

6-5 218 Nashville, Tenn. 

6-4 200 Woodbridge,Va. 

6-9 239 Marijampole, Lithuania 

6-5 180 TeacheyN.C. 

6-2 186 Greenville, S.C. 

6-8 205 New Bern, N.C. 

6-9 250 Zaragoza, Spain 

6-5 195 Kinston,N.C. 

6-9 235 Gate City, Va. 



Western Carolina University 



Saturday November 14, 1998; 8:00 p.m. 
College Park, Md./Cole Field House 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Cullowhee, N.C. 

Enrollment: 6,700 

Colors: Purple and Gold 

Conference: Southern 

Nickname: Catamounts 

Founded: 1889 

Home Arena (Capacity): Ramsey Center (7,826) 

Chancellor: Dr. John W. Bardo 

Athletic Director: Larry L. Travis 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Phil Hopkins 

(Gardner- Webb, 1972) 
Overall Record (Years): 43-4 1 ( 3 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 43-41 (3 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone: 828.227.7338 
Assistant Coaches: Chad Dollar (Milligan, 1995)/Dave Fox 

(Massachusetts (1993)/Terry Rogers (Gardner-Webb, 1970) 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 12-15 
1997-98 Conference Record: 6-9 
1997-98 Conference Finish: 4th 
1997-98 Final Rankings: none 
1997-98 Postseason: none 

THIS YEAR 



.UNIVj 




Dondrell Whitmore 



Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/6 

Returning Starters 

Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. PPG RPG 

Dondrell Whitmore 6-6 200 Sr. F 10.6 7.7 

Other Key Returnees: loey Bryson (Jr., F); Stacy Ervin (So., G) 

Key Losses: Bobby Phillips (Sr., F); Joel Fleming (Sr., G) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Craig Wells Press Row: 828.227.7171 

Office Phone: 828.227.7171 Radio Play-by-Play: Gary Ayers 

Home Phone: 828.926.2638 Office Phone: 828.293.0733 

Office Fax: 828.227.7688 Website: www.wcu.edu/athletics/basket.html 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 

Series Record: First meeting 



1998-99 Schedule 

N14 at Maryland 

N19 at Clemson 

N21 Anderson 

N27-28 at IGA Sooner Holiday Classic 
(Oklahoma, Western Carolina, 
Murray State, Arkansas Little-Rock) 

N30 at Tennessee 

D7 at Arkansas 

D10 Newberry 

D12 Tennessee Wesleyan 

D28 at College of Charleston 

12 Chattanooga 

J5 at East Tennessee State 

19 at UNC-Greensboro 

1998-99 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 

10 Michael Palvich G Jr. 

11 Chad Wall G So. 

12 Casey Rogers G Fr. 

1 3 Thomas Mosley F Jr. 

20 Robert Anderson G So. 

21 John Lewis G Fr. 
24 Dewayne Hood F Fr. 
23 Stacy Ervin G So. 

32 ToddSeibert C Jr. 

33 Cory Largent F Fr. 

34 Joey Bryson F Jr. 

40 Colin Kearns C Fr. 

41 Dondrell Whitmore F Sr. 
50 Michael Green C Jr. 



Ill 

J13 

J16 

J18 

J23 

J25 

130 

Fl 

F6 

F8 

F13 

F15 

F20 

F25-28 



Virginia Military 

Tusculurn 

at Davidson 

at Appalachian State 

atVMI 

Georgia Southern 

East Tennessee State 

Davidson 

at Furman 

Wofford 

at the Citadel 

Appalachian State 

UNC-Greensboro 

at Southern Conference 

Tournament 



Ht. 

6-0 

5-10 

6-0 

6-5 

5-11 

6-4 

6-6 

6-3 

6-9 

6-6 

6-5 

6-9 

6-6 

6-9 



Wt. 

175 
160 
170 
187 
170 
190 
185 
185 
235 
200 
200 
245 
200 
220 



Hometown 

Dalton, Ga. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Morganton, N.C. 
Gary, Ind. 

Lumber Bridge, N.C. 
Cullowhee, N.C. 
Texarkana, Ark. 
Nicklesville, Va. 
Edmond, Okla. 
Morganton, N.C. 
Horse Shoe, N.C. 
Rockledge, Fla. 
Fayetteville, N.C 
Dalton, Ga. 



169 



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Xavier University 

POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio 

Enrollment: 6,500 

Colors: Navy, Gray and White 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Musketeers 

Founded: 1831 

Home Arena (Capacity): Cincinnati Gardens (10,100) 

President: James E. Hoff, S.J. 

Athletic Director: Mike Bobinski 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Skip Prosser 

(Merchant Marine Academy, 1972) 
Overall Record (Years): 98-47 (5 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 81-34 (4 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 513.745.3417 
Assistant Coaches: leff Battle (Marshall, 1985 I/Mark Gaffney 

( Bridgewater State, 1994)/Mark Schmidt (Boston College, 1985 

LAST YEAR 

1997-98 Overall Record: 22-8 
1997-98 Conference Record: 1 1-5 
1997-98 Conference Finish: Tlst (A-10 West) 
1997-98 Final Rankings: 23rd AP 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5 
Returning Starters 
Name 

Lenny Brown 

Gary Lumpkin 

Darnell Williams 

Other Key Returnees: Alvin Brown (Fr., G); James Posey (Sr., F) 

Key Losses: Torraye Braggs (Sr., F/C); T.J. Johnson (Sr., F) 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Tom Eiser Office Fax: 513.745.2825 

Office Phone: 513.745.3416 Press Row: 513.531.2867 

Home Phone: 513.662.3644 Website: www.xu.edu/athletics 

Last Meeting: Dec. 28, 1976. Maryland 84-Xavier 74 (at College Park, Md.) 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 




Ht. 

6-2 
6-2 
6-5 









Lenny Brown 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


198 


Sr. 


G 


14.7 3.5 


200 


Sr. 


G 


12.3 2.5 


195 


Sr. 


G/F 


17.3 3.9 



1998-99 Schedule 






113 


St. Bonaventure 


N17 


at Butler 






117 


George Washington 


N21 


Chicago State 






J20 


at Fordham 


N23 


Morgan State 






J23 


Virginia Tech 


N26-28 at Puerto 




J28 


at Cincinnati 




Xavier vs. Pittsburgh, Maryland, 


J30 


at Dayton 




Kentucky, UCLA, San Francisco, 


F4 


at St. J 


aseph s 




Colorado, AU-Puerto Rico 




F6 


at La Salle 


D2 


Miami (Ohio) 






F9 


Duquesne 


D5 


Purdue 






F14 


Tempi 




D9 


at Toledo 






F16 


La Salle 


D19 


at Canisius 






F20 


at Massachusetts 


D21 


Loyola Marymount 






F24 


Dayton 


D28 


at St. Mary's (Calif.) 






F27 


at George Washington 


J3 


Rhode Island 






M3-6 


at Atlantic- 10 Tournament 


J6 


at Virginia Tech 








(at Philadelphia, Pa.) 


J9 


at Duquesne 












1998-99 Roster 












No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Kevin Frey 


F 


Fr. 


6-7 


230 


Chicago, 111. 


4 


Lenny Brown 


G 


Sr. 


6-2 


198 


Wilmington, Del. 


12 


Gary Lumpkin 


G 


Sr. 


6-2 


200 


New Casde, Del. 


15 


Maurice McAfee 


G 


So. 


6-0 


175 


Saginaw, Mich. 


24 


Alvin Brown 


G 


Fr. 


6-3 


180 


Washington, D.C. 


31 


Obi Harris 


F/C 


Jr. 


6-10 


215 


Bradenton, Fla. 


32 


Darnell Williams 


G/F 


Sr. 


6-5 


195 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


34 


Lloyd Price 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-5 


200 


Wilmington, Del. 


35 


Desmond Walker 


F 


lr. 


6-8 


225 


Greenville, Ala. 


41 


James Posey 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 


210 


Twinsburg, Ohio 


55 


Reggie Butler 


C 


So. 


6-10 


255 


Southfield. Mich. 




170 











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Gerry Sandusky |SD) 
MarkViviano|SR| 



WBFF-TV(FOX45) 

2000 W. 41st St. 

Baltimore, Md. 21211 

(410)467-5595 

(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 

Bruce Cunningham 

(SD| 

Steve Davis |SR( 

WHAG - TV Sports 

13 E.Washington St. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301)797-4400 
(301) 745-4093 (FAX) 
Garnet Stevens )SD| 

WJLA - TV Sports 
(ABC) 

3007 Tilden St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 
(202) 364-7789 (FAX) 
Rene Knott (SD) 
Mike Cairns (SA| 
Tracy Zullo |SA) 

WJZ- TV Sports (CBS) 
Television Hill 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 
John Buren |SD) 
Chris Ely ISA} 

WMAR - TV Sports 

(ABC) 

6400 York Rd. 
Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 
Scott Garceau 1SD( 
Keith Mills |SA} 

WMDT - TV Sports 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, Md. 21801 
(410)742-4747 
(410) 742-5767 (FAX) 
Brent Harris |SD1 

WRC - TV Sports 

(NBC) 

4001 Nebraska Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 885-4451 
(202) 885-4002 (FAX) 
George Michael |SD) 
Wally Bruckner |SA1 
Darrian Chapman |SA1 

WTTG - TV (Fox 5) 

5151 Wisconsin Avenue 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202)895-3026 
(202) 895-3133 (FAX) 
Brett Haber |SD) 
Chick Hernandez |SA| 
Dave Baker {SA} 



WUSA - TV Sports 

(CBS) 

4 1 00 Wisconsin Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202)895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (FAX) 
Ken Broo {SD| 
Frank Herzog (SA) 
Ken Mease (SA) 
Charles Mann |SA| 

Cable News 15 (P.G. 
County) 

9475 Lottsford Road 

Suite 125 

Largo, Md. 20774 

(301) 

(301) 322-6132 (FAX) 

Dave Goldman |SD| 

Cable News 21 (Mont. 
Co.) 

7548 Standish Place 
Rockville, Md. 20855 
(301)294-2121 
(301) 517-8690 (FAX) 
Brian SinkofflSD) 
Bram Weinstein |SA| 

Newschannel 8 

7600- D Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 22153 
(703)912-5395 
(703) 912-5329 (FAX) 
Ross McCallum |SD| 
Glenn Harris {SD} 
Joyce Jackson {SA} 
Kaye Lake {SA} 



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171 



Laron Profit 

Guard/Forward 
6-5 202 Sr. 

Charleston, S.C. 



Juan Dixon 



Guard 
152 Fr.R 



6-3 



Baltimore, Md. 



Terrell Stokes 



Danny Miller 



MattHahn 



6-0 



Guard 
187 



Sr. 6-8 



Guard 
205 



Fr. 6-0 



Guard 
162 



Jr. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mt. Holly, N.J. 



Columbia, Md. 



LaRon Cephas 

Forward 
6-7 223 So.R 

Wilmington, Del. 




23 



Steve Francis 



6-3 



Guard 
194 



Takoma Park, Md. 



31 



Norman Fields 



Jr. 6-0 



Guard 
185 



Sr. 



Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 



33 



35 



44 



Mike Mardesich 

Center/Forward 
7-0 255 So.R 

Boston, Mass. 



Lonny Baxter 



Terence Morris 



6-8 



Forward 

225 



Fr. 6-9 



Forward 
' 205 



Silver Spring, Md. 



Frederick, Md. 



45 



Brian Watkins 



So. 6-9 



Forward 
229 



Sr. 



Nashville, Tenn. 



COACHES 




54 



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33 



3> 



Obinna Ekezie 

Center/Forward 
6-10 262 Sr. 

Port Harcourt, 
Nigeria 



Head Coach 

Gary Williams 
Maryland, 1968 

20th Season Overall 

371-240 (.608) 

10th Season at 

Maryland 

164-110 (.595) 



Senior Assistant 
Coach 

Billy Hahn 
Maryland, 1975 

10th Season at 

Maryland 



Assistant Coach 

Dave Dickerson 
Maryland, 1989 

3rd Season at 

Maryland 






Assistant Coach 

Jimmy Patsos 
Catholic, 1989 

8th Season at 

Maryland 




Administrative 
Assistant 

Troy Wainwright 
Maryland, 1990 

3rd Season at 

Maryland 



172 



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