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Pictured is an artist's rendition of the Tei-ps' proposed new- 
arena which is slated to open in 2002. It will be located on 
the north perimeter of campus, with direct accessibility from 
main travel arteries surrounding the university. Also, students 
surround the court ten rows deep in every direction to help 
create the best possible home court advantage. 



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Capacity 

Total Square Feet 
On-Site Parking 
Seats for the Disabled 


17,100 
420,000 
* 6,000 
170 


14,500 
202,000 
4,900 
20 


Restrooms 


37 


4 


Concession Stands 


12 


4 


Building Site 

Terrapin 

Club Room (capacity) 


On Campus 
400 


On Cam 



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Arena Features 

Academic Support and Career 
Development Center for Student- 
Athletes (7,000 square feet) 
Weight Training and 
Conditioning Area 
Wrestling Practice Gymnasium 
Locker Facilities for Several 
Sports 

Equipment Distribution Area 
Sports Medicine/training Area 
Auxiliary Gymnasium for 
Practice and Competition 
Coaches' Offices 
Athletic Administration Offices 
Heritage Hall Multi-Purpose 
Room (capacity of 400) 
Walk of Fame and History 
Media Relations Center 
Terps Merchandise Store 
16 Suites 



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Day 


Date 


Opponent 


Time 


TV 


Wed. 


Nov. 3 


Down Under All-Stars of Australia 


8:00 p.m. 




Tues. 


Nov. 9 


California All-Stars 


8:00 p.m. 








Preseason NIT First Round 




Wed. 


Nov. 17 


San Francisco 


8:00 p.m. 


CN8 






Preseason NIT Second Round 




Fri. 


Nov. 19 


Fordham/Tulane 


TBA 




Mon. 


Nov. 22 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


8:00 p.m. 




Wed. 


Nov. 24 


NIT Semifinals @ New York 


TBA 


ESPN 


Fri. 


Nov. 26 


NIT Finals @ New York 


TBA 


ESPN 



ACC/Big Ten Challenge @ Baltimore Arena 
Tues. Nov. 30 Iowa 7:30 p.m. 

BB&T Classic at MCI Center 



ESPN2 



Sat. 


Dec. 4 


Ceo. Washington vs. Seton Hall 


1:00 p.m. 


Raycom 


Sat. 


Dec. 4 


Maryland vs. Illinois 


3:00 p.m. 


Raycom 


Sun. 


Dec. 5 


Consolation Came 


6:30 p.m. 


Raycom 


Sun. 


Dec. 5 


Championship Came 


8:30 p.m. 


Raycom 


Tues. 


Dec. 7 


Winthrop 


8:00 p.m. 




Sat. 


Dec. 11 


Kentucky 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Mon. 


Dec. 27 


George Mason 


8:00 p.m. 


HTS 


Thu. 


Dec. 30 


UMBC 


8:00 p.m. 




Sun. 


Jan. 2 


Coastal Carolina 


1:00 p.m. 




Thu. 


Jan. 6 


at NC State* 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Sun. 


Jan. 9 


Duke* 


1/4:00 p.m. CBS 


Sat. 


Jan. 15 


at Georgia Tech* 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ 


Wed. 


Jan. 19 


Wake Forest* 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sat. 


Jan. 22 


Clemson* 


4:00 p.m. 


RJ 


Wed. 


Jan. 26 


at North Carolina* 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sat. 


Jan. 29 


at Florida State* 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ 


Wed. 


Feb. 2 


Virginia* 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ 


Sun. 


Feb. 6 


NC State* 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ 


Wed. 


Feb. 9 


at Duke* 


9:00 p.m. 


RJ 


Sun. 


Feb. 13 


at Temple 


3:30 p.m. 


ABC 


Wed. 


Feb. 16 


Georgia Tech* 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sat. 


Feb. 19 


at Wake Forest* 


4:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


Tue. 


Feb. 22 


at Clemson* 


8:00 p.m. 


RJ/ESPN2 


Sat. 


Feb. 26 


North Carolina* 


1:30 p.m. 


RJ 


Wed. 


Mar. 1 


Florida State* 


8:00 p.m. 




Sat. 


Mar. 4 


at Virginia* 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Thu-Sun. Mar. 9-12 ACC Tourn. @ Charlotte Coliseum 


TBA 


RJ/ESPN 




All games times are Eastern Standard Time and subject to change 


Home games played at Cole Field House in bold 


* -denotes ACC games 


Listen to the Terps all season long on WBAL (1090 AM) and WMAL (630 AM) 




RJ games will be seen on WNUV - WB54 in t 


Baltimore area and 






WDCA - UPN20 in the Washington D.C., area 





For ticket information call toll-free: (800) 462-TERP 

Terrapin Fan Phone (301) 314-TERP 

Terps Online: www.umterps.eont 



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This is Maryland Basketball (1-18) 








1999-2000 Season Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

Quick Facts 3 

This is Maryland Basketball 4 

Gary Williams Datebook 6 

The Power of the Atlantic Coast Conference 10 

ACC Television 11 

Media Capital 12 

Media Coverage 13 

Came Day at Cole Field House 14 

Someplace Special (Washington, DC, Baltimore) 16 

Comair Travel With Maryland Basketball 18 



1999-2000 Season Preview (19-26) 



1999-2000 Team Picture 



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1999-2000 Numerical Roster 20 

1999-2000 Alphabetical Roster 20 

Squad Analysis 21 

Pronunciation Guide 21 

1999-2000 Season Preview 22 

Preseason Notebook 25 



Coaching Staff (27-44) 



Head Coach Gary Williams 

Gary Williams Charity Work 

Associate Head Coach Billy Hahn . 



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Assistant Coach Dave Dickerson 38 

Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos 40 

Director of Basketball Operations Troy Wamwnght 42 

Maryland Basketball Staff 43 

Maryland Sports Medicine 44 

Player Profiles (45-68) 

Terence Morris 46 

Matt Hahn 50 

LaRon Cephas 52 

Mike Mardesich 54 

Earl Badu 57 

Lonny Baxter 58 

Juan Dixon 60 

Danny Miller 62 

Steve Blake 64 

Tahj Holden 65 

Drew Nicholas 66 

Byron Mouton 68 

1998-99 Season Review (69-84) 



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1998-99 Season Results 

Terps In The Polls 70 

1998-99 Overall Statistics 71 

1998-99 ACC Statistics 71 

1998-99 Game-By-Game Statistics 72 

Player Game-By-Game Statistics 73 

Season Superlatives 73 

1998-99 Final Team Notes 74 

1998-99 Season Capsules 76 

1998-99 ACC Review 35 

1998-99 ACC Honors 83 

1998-99 ACC Statistics 84 




The 1999-2000 University of Maryland Men's Basketball Media 
Guide was published by the Department of Intercollegiate Athlet- 
ics, Deborah A. Yow Director It was written, compiled and edited 
by Chuck Walsh, assistant director of media relations. Editorial 
assistance was provided by Dave Haglund, associate athletic di- 
rector for media relations Layout and design is by Jason Vellin, 
publications coordinator and assistant media relations director. 
Research assistance provided by Stephen Hahn. Kevin Foley, Ben 
Kochanski, Jennifer Mason, David O'Brian, Dan Rosso. Jason Zhang, 
Cherise Rvans, Meredith Traber and Mark Fratto provided edito- 
rial support Thanks are extended to all ACC and opponent sports 
information offices. NBA Photo and the entire staff of the Mary- 
land media relations office whose patience was greatly appreci- 
ated. Any corrections or additions to the media guide are wel- 
come and should be directed, in writing, to Chuck Walsh Photog- 1 
raphy is by Lisa Helfert, Devm Shieh, Bruce Schwartzman, Doug 
Pensinger, Mitchell Layton, Lynn Dykstra, Michael Schoenberg and , 
David Stanley Cover design is by John Schaffhauser Thank you, 
Nancy. You are a very important part of everything that I do and ( 
I love you very much. 



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1 999-2000 Opponents (85-100) 



The University of Mar/land is an equal opportunity institution 
with respects to both education and employment. The Uni- 
/ersity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, 
;ex. or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or 
employment in, its programs and activities as required by fed- 
eral (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regula- 
tions. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI of the Civil 
lights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 Educa- 
tional Amendments. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 
1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to Of- 
fice of Human Relations. 1 107 Hornbake Library, Universityof 
Viaryland, College Park, W 20742; Telephone 301-405-2838 
nquiries concerning the application of Section 54 and Part 34 
jf the CF.R. to the University of Maryland, College Park, Mary- 
and. may be directed to Director. Disabled Student Services, 
7126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland. College Park, 
Viaryland, 20742; Telephone (301) 314-7682 (voice) or (301) 
314-7683 (TTY). 



Preseason NIT Bracket 

Preseason NIT Opponents 

Clemson/Coastal Carolina 

Duke/Fairleigh Dickinson 

Florida State/Fordham 

George Mason/George Washington .. 

Georgia Tech/Illinois 

Iowa/Kentucky 

UMBC/North Carolina 



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....86 

89 

90 

91 

...92 

93 

94 

95 

NC State/San Francisco 96 

Seton Hall/Temple 97 

Tulane/ Virginia 98 

Wake Forest/Winthrop 99 

2000 NCAA/ACC Tournament Brackets 100 

All-Time Record Book (101 -138) 



Year-Bv-Year Results 

Ail-Time Coaching History 
Overall Individual Records .. 

Individual Leaders 

Class Records 



102 

103 

104 

105 

110 

Yearly Leaders 114 

Team Records 116 

Margin of Victory 117 

100-Point Games 117 

Maryland Year-By-Year Statistics 118 

Opponent Year-By-Year Statistics 119 

Game-By-Game Results 120 

Series Vs Opponents 126 

Series Records 132 

ACC Series Anatomies 133 

In-Season Tournaments 134 

Postseason Tournaments 135 

NCAA Tournament Records 136 

National Rankings ... 138 

Honors, Awards & NBA (139-154) 

Maryland's All-Americans 139 

Award Winners 146 

All-Time Letterwinners 149 

All-Time Terps In The NBA 151 

Terps' NBA Draft History 153 

Three Terps Taken In '99 NBA Draft 154 

University of Maryland (155-180) 

University of Maryland Profile 156 

President Dr. CD Mote. Jr. 160 

Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow 161 

Athletic Administration 162 

Athletic Administrative Staff 164 

Athletic Directory 165 

Coaches Directory 165 

Academic Support 166 

Terrapin Club 168 

Major Gifts and Fundraismg 169 

The M Club 169 

Strength and Conditioning 170 

Maryland Cheerleaders 171 

Cole Field House 172 

Covering The Terps 177 

Media Information 178 

TV/Radio Chart 180 



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• Maryland enters the 1999-2000 season 
looking to play in its school-record sev- 
enth consecutive NCM Tournament. 
The Terpshave competed in each NCAA 
Tournament since 1994 and have ad- 
vanced to the "Sweet 16" round in four 
of the last six years. 



> Maryland is one of only 10 teams in the 
nation and one of only two teams in the 
acc that has participated in each of the 
last six ncaa Tournaments. The Terps 
are joined by only Arizona, Cincinnati, 
Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Caro- 
lina, Purdue, Temple and UCLA. 



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* The Terps are one of only five teams in the 
nation to have advanced to the regional 
semifinal round at least four times since the 
1993-94 season. Only Arizona, Connecticut, 
Kentucky and Kansas ioin the Terps. 




• Maryland is the only team in the 
ACC that has advanced to theACC 
Tournament semifinals in each of 
the last five years. 




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June 13, 1989 

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



Nov. 25, 1989-Defeated Delaware State, 87-53, in 
his first game as head coach. He becomes the sixth 
head coach in school history to win his first game. 
Dec. 24, 1989-Defeated Cal State-Sacramento, 98- 
68, to complete a three-game tournament sweep 
and help lead Maryland to the championship of the, 
Chaminade Christmas Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii 
Jan. 4, 1990-Defeated Wake Forest, 88-82, in his 
first career ACC game as Maryland's head coach. 
He is only the second Terp coach to win his first 
ACC game in his first attempt. 



Jan. 10, 1990-Defeated North 
Carolina, 98-88, to gain his first 
victory over a ranked team as 
Maryland's head coach. 
March 15, 1990-Defeated Massachu- 
setts, 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-Closed his first 
season at Maryland with a 19-14 
record, making him the winningest 
first-year coach in Terp history. 
June 27, 1990-Jerrod Mustaf 
selected as the No. 17 overall pick 
in the 1990 NBA Draft by the New 
York Knicks. 




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Dec. 29, 1990-Cuided 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. 

March 2, 1991 -Closed 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- 
Defeated 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- 

Defeated 

No. 12 

Oklahoma 

(89-78) at 

the 

Baltimore 

Arena. 




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

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



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

I Region. 

I March 17, 1994-Defeated Saint Louis, 74- 

166, in his first NCAA Tournament game as 

|the Terps' head coach, 
i/larch 19, 1994-Defeated second-seeded 
Massachusetts, 95-87, in the biggest 
upset of the 1994 NCAA Tournament to 
advance the Terps to the "Sweet 16" for 
the first time since 1985. 



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Rank Team 


Record 


Points 


1. 


Kansas (29) 


16-1 


1.552 


2. 


UCLA (26) 


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1,514 


3. 


Arkansas (3) 


12.1 


1,458 


4. 


North Carolina (1) 132 


1,425 


5. 


Duke (2) 


11-1 


1.393 


6. 


Massachusetts (4) 131 


1.360 


7. 


Kentucky 


13-2 


1,226 


8. 


Indiana 


102 


1.160 


9. 


Arlione 


13-2 


1,050 


10. 


Connecticut 


141 


949 


11. 


Temple 


9-2 


917 


12. 


Purdue 


14-1 


879 


13. 


Louisville 


12-2 


843 


14. 


Wisconsin 


121 


788 


IS. 


Michigan 


11-3 


787 


16. 


Syracuse 


10-2 


536 


17. 


Georgia Tech 


10-4 


524 


18. 


Ata, Birmingham 


13-1 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


11-4 


318 


21. 


California 


10-3 


316 


22. 


Xavter, Ohio 


111 


256 


23. 


St Louis 


140 


254 


24. 


West Virginia 


10-2 


172 


25. 


Maryland 


10-3 


130 



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AP TOP 25 MEN 


Rnk. School 


Record 


PU. 


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 


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Maryland 


8-2-0 


1.024 


10. 


Arizona 


7-2-0 


989 


11. 


Syracuse 


7-1-0 


942 


12. 


Georgetown 


5-1-0 


816 


13. 


Flonda 


5-2-0 


801 


14. 


California 


6-0-0 


641 


15. 


Michigan St. 


5-1-0 


554 


16. 


Arizona St. 


7-2-0 


520 


17 


Georgia Tech 


7-1-0 


492 


18. 


Wake Forest 


6-1-0 


437 


19. 


Wisconsin 


6-1-0 


399 


20. 


Cincinnati 


7-3-0 


377 


21. 


Iowa St. 


8-1-0 


310 


22. 


New Mexico St 


8-2-0 


294 


23. 


Nebraska 


9-1-0 


182 


24. 


Indiana 


6-4-0 


154 


25. 


St. John's 


6-0-0 


129 



Nov. 7, 1994- 

Signed a seven-year 
contract extension. 
Dec. 26, 1994- 
Ranked No. 9 in the 
weekly Associated 
Press Poll. It marked 
the first time the 
Terps had been 
ranked in the top 
10 since the 1984 
season 



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Jan. 22, 1995-Defeated 
NC State, 84-67, at 
Raleigh to gain his 
300th career coaching 
victory. 

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



Feb. 22, 1995-Defeated 
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 No. 3 
seed in the West Region. 




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

March 18, 1995-Defeated Texas, 82- 
68, to advance to the NCAA Tourna- 
ment "Sweet 16" for the second 
consecutive season, marking the first 
time since 1984 and 1985 that the 
program had advanced to a regional 
semifinal in two consecutive seasons 



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-DefeatedNo. 11 
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 season, earning 
No. 7 seed in the West Region. 




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March 7, 1997-Defeated No. 13 
Clemson in the quarterfinal round 
of the ACC Tournament to gain his 
350th career coaching victory. 
March 9, 1997-Maryland named to 
the NCAA Tournament for the 
school-record tying fourth 
consecutive season, earning No. 5 
seed in the Midwest Region. 
June 26, 1997-Third-team Ail- 
American Keith Booth selected in 
the first round (28th pick ovyera 
in the 1997 NBA Draft by v/e 
Chicago Bulls. 



Jan. 14, 1998-Defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 
89-83 (OT), for his second victory over the 
nation's No. 1 ranked-team in three tries. 
March 1, 1998-Named Atlantic Conference 
Coach of the Year by ACC Athlete Magazine. 
March 8, 1998-Maryland named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the school-record fifth 
consecutive season, earning No. 4 seed in 
the West Region. 

March 14, 1998-Defeated No. 22 Illinois to 
advance to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the third time in the last five 
years. 





Nov. 28, 1998-Defeated Pittsburgh, 87-52, to win the pres- 
tigious Puerto Rico Shootout. 
March 7, 1999-Maryland named to the NCAA Tournament 
for the school-record sixth consecutive season. The Terps' 
No. 2 seed in the South Region tied the all-time highest 
NCAA Tournament seed in school history. 
March 13, 1999-Defeated Creighton, 75-63, to advance 
to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth 
time in the last six years. 

June 30, 1999-Second-team All-American Steve Francis se- 
lected in the first round (2nd pick overall) in the 1999 NBA 
Draft. Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit were selected in the 
second round. 




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ACC AND THE RPI REPORT 

The ACC has been the top rated conference in three 
of the past four years according to the RPI Rating. 
After ranking first for three consecutive seasons 
(1996-98) the ace ranked second in 1999. The ace 
ranked second in schedule strength after having 
ranked first in three of the four previous years. 

HIGHEST RPI EVER 

Prior to the 1998 NCAA Tournament, the ace had a 
.6047 RPI rating which was the highest pre-NCAA Tour- 
nament rating achieved since the start of the RPI Re- 
port. The ACC has been the highest rated pre-NCAA 
Tournament conference in 10 of the last IS years. 

ACC NO. f IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

There have been 778 Associated Press polls since the 
first on Jan. 20, 1949. The ACC, despite annually hav- 
ing 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 history to 
have seven teams in the Associated Press poll dur- 
ing two consecutive weeks during the 1997-98 sea- 
son. Maryland, North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, 
Ciemson, wake forest and Georgia Tech were each 
ranked in the AP polls of Dec. I 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 18 of the last 20 years. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

in terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in the his- 
tory of the NCAA Tournament. The nine current league 
teams have posted an ncaa Tournament mark of 268- 
143 for a winning percentage of. 6S2. only two other 
conferences in the nation have won at least 60 per- 
cent of their NCAA Tournament games. 

ACC SUCCESS VS. THE NO. 1 SEED IN THE NCAA TOURNA- 
MENT 

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

ACC SUCCESS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Since 1980, 19 of the 76 Final Four teams (25.0 per- 
cent) have come from the ACC. The ACC has been rep- 
resented in 16 of the last 19 Final Fours a total of 19 
times by 16 different teams. ACC teams have cap- 
tured three of the last nine ncaa titles and five of the 
last 18. Since the 1985 tournament, the ACC has had 
15 teams earn Final Four berths. 




ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 




ACC TEAMS WITH MOST NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS SINCE 198S 

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

• Most NCAA Tournament victories (156) 

• Most wins against No. I seeds (13) 

• Most Sweet 16 appearances (45) 

' Most regional final appearances (25) 
- Most ncaa titles (3) 

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 two teams win a minimum of one NCAA 
Tournament game ten straight years and in 14 of the last 15 NCAA 
Tournaments. 

• Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 participants in 1985, 
the ACC has had 45 teams advance to the "Sweet 16". The SEC is 
second with 32 and the Big East is third with 30. 

• The ACC has placed at least one team in a regional final for 20 
consecutive years and 26 of the last 28 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 conference where each member insti- 
tution has a winning record in NCAA Tournament competition. 

• The ACC has had a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament a record 17 
times. 



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national network appearances that highlight the 1999- 
2000 Atlantic Coast Conference schedule. The schedule 
boasts 21 a total appearances over 139 televised games 
and marks the fifth consecutive season that the ACC will 
have over 200 television appearances. Included are 75 ap- 
pearances on Ray com /Jefferson Pilot Sports, 62 on ESPN, 
21 on espn 2, 11 on ABC, nine on CBS and 35 on regional 
sports networks. An amazing total of 66 of the league's 
conference games are slated to be televised, including 30 
on national television networks. 





The ACC became 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. 




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• The Terps are covered extensively by 
two of the nation's top 10 newspapers 
on a daily basis: the Washington Post 
and the Baltimore Sun. 

• USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is 
headquartered less than 20 miles from 
Cole Field House. 

• The Maryland Terrapin radio network, 
which eon be accessed from Maine to 
Florida, boasts one of the largest cover- 
age areas in collegiate sports. 

• Every major network -ABC, NBC, CBS 
and fox- has a major news 
gathering affiliate in both 
Baltimore and Washington, 
B.C. No university in the East 
boasts eight major news 
outlets within a 35-mile 
radius of its campus - except 
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television coverage during the 1 999-2000 sea- 
son, with ABC, CBS and ESPN/ESPN2 combining 
for nearly 21 5 telecasts. 

• ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports 
broadcast from the University of Maryland in 
1979, has been a regular visitor to cole Field 
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TERPS RANK AMONG NATION'S LEADERS IN 
MEN'S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE 

The University of Maryland men's basketball team ranked 
t 5th in the nation in home attendance as it averaged a school- 
record 14,474 fans during the 1998-99 season. The Terps' av- 
erage attendance established a school-record for the second 
consecutive season and marked only the third time in school 
history that the program had averaged more than 14,000 fans 
in a single season. 

in addition, the Terps ranked 12th in the nation as they played 
in front of a school-record 473,626 fans during the season. It 
marked the second consecutive season that the Terps played 
in front of more than 400,000 fans. 

Maryland's school-record home attendance average included 
14 sellouts (all but one regular season game) and 15 games 
with crowds over 13,500. Maryland played to 99.8 percent ca- 
pacity 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 ap- 
peared in a school record six consecutive ncaa Tournaments. 



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Terps' Attendance In Cole Field House 


In the Gary Williams Era 


Year 


W 


L 


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 


1998-99 


13 


1 


14,474 



Paring the last six seasons, the Terps have achieved five of 
the top six single-season home attendance averages in 
school history. Nearly 1,200,000 people have come to Cole 
Field House in the last six seasons (13,616 average in 85 
games) as the Terps have forged the longest non-confer- 
ence home winning streak in the nation (64 games). The 
Terps have a 73-12 record (85.8 winning percentage) in the 
last six seasons at home and were a perfect 1 6-0 in Cole dur- 
ing the 1994-95 season. 

Maryland has averaged more than 12,000 fans during the 
first ten 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 78.4 percent clip. During 
Williams' tenure, the Terps have won at least 10 games nine 
times in ten seasons and averaged more than 1 1 wins a 
season at home. 



TERPS' RANKING AMONG ACC TEAM (HOME GAMES) 


Rk. Team 


Averaqe 


Natl Rank 


1. North Carolina 


19,308 


(3) 


2. Maryland 


14,474 


(15) 


3. NC State 


10,800 


(30) 


4. Wake Forest 


9,957 


(39) 


5. Clemson 


9,736 


(42) 


6. Duke 


9,314 


(45) 


7. Virginia 


6,624 


(79) 


8. Georgia Tech 


6,634 


(78) 


9. Florida State 


6,318 


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City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, 
monumental landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, 
marches and demonstrations. Shopping, pro- 
fessional sports, regattas on the Chesapeake 
Bay. Hot fust one city, but three. Not Just any 
city, but the nation's capital, a major port city, 
and the state capital of Maryland. 

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The nation's capital and its major attractions 
are within 10 miles of Byrd Stadium. And the 
highly efficient Metro rail system, with a sta- 
tion at the campus doorstep, makes navigat- 
ing the greater Washington, D.C., area easy. 
Campus shuttles serve the College Park Metro 
station, allowing easy access to one of the 
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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, holi- 
day 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 campus, and the state capital, An- 
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Charter flights make getting to and coming back from any destination easy and com- 
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1999-2000 Team Picture. 
1999-2000 Team Roster.. 

Squad Analysis 

Season Outlook 

Preseason Notebook 



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The 1999-2000 Terrapins 



Alphabetical Roster 



Name (No.) 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


Hometown (Previous School) 


Earl Badu (4) 


So. 


C 


6-0 


167 


SO 


Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 


Lonny Baxter (35) 


So. 


F/C 


6-8 


250 


1 


Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 


Steve Blake (25) 


Fr 


C 


6-3 


175 


H.S. 


Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 


LaRon Cephas (21) 


Jr.R 


F 


6-7 


223 


2 


Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 


Juan Dixon (3) 


So.R 


C 


s-i 


152 


1 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


Matt Hahn (20) 


Sr. 


C 


6-0 


162 


3 


Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 


Tahj Holden (45) 


Fr. 


F 


6-10 


235 


H.S. 


Little Silver, N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 


Mike Mardesich (33) 


Jr.R 


C/F 


7-0 


255 


2 


Boston, Mass. (WorcesJ:er Academy) 


Danny Miller (15) 


So. 


C 


6-8 


205 


1 


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


Terence Morris (44) 


Jr. 


F 


6-9 


205 


2 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


Byron Mouton (31) 


Jr.R 


C/F 


6-6 


215 


TR 


Rayne, La. (Rayne/Tulane) 


Drew Nicholas (12) 


Fr. 


C 


6-3 


165 


H.S. 


Hempstead, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) 










Numerical Roster 


No. 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


LW 


Hometown (Previous School) 


3 


Juan Dixon 


So.R 


C 


6-3 


152 


1 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


4 


Earl Badu 


So. 


C 


6-0 


167 


SQ 


Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


Fr. 


C 


6-3 


165 


H.S. 


Hempstead, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) 


15 


Danny Miller 


So. 


c 


6-8 


205 


1 


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


20 


Matt Hahn 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


162 


3 


Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


Jr.R 


F 


6-7 


223 


2 


Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 


25 


Steve Blake 


Fr. 


c 


6-3 


175 


H.S. 


Miami Lakes, Fla, (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 


31 


Byron Mouton 


Jr.R 


C/F 


6-6 


215 


TR 


Rayne, La. (Rayne/Tulane) 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


Jr.R 


C/F 


7-0 


255 


2 


Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


So. 


F/C 


6-8 


250 


1 


Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 


44 


Terence Morris 


Jr. 


F 


6-9 


205 


2 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


45 


Tahj Holden 


Fr. 


F 


6-10 


235 


H.S. 


Little Silver, N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 



Head Coach: Gary Williams (11th year at Maryland/Maryland '68) 

Associate Head Coach: Billy Hahn (11th year at Maryland/Maryland 75) 

Assistant Coach: Dave Dickerson (4th year at Maryland/Maryland '89) 

Assistant Coach: Jimmy Patsos (9th year at Maryland/Catholic '89) 

Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainwright (4th year at Maryland/Maryland '90) 






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Letterwinners Returning (7) 



Non-ietterwinners Returning ft) 



No. 


Name 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


3 


Juan Dixon 


20 


Matt Hahn 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


15 


Danny Miller 


44 


Terence Morris 




Non-Lett 


No. 


Name 


4 


Earl Badu 

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No. 


Let 

Name 


54 


Obinna Ekezie 


31 


Norman Fields 


23 


Steve Francis 


3 


Laron Profit 


12 


Terrell Stokes 


45 


Brian Watkins 


No. 


Name 


25 


Steve Blake 


45 


Tahj Holden 


31 


Byron Mouton 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


Freshmen (3) 


25 


Steve Blake 


45 


Tahj Holden 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


Sophomores (4) 


4 


Earl Badu 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


3 


Juan Dixon 


15 


Danny Miller 


Juniors (4) 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


44 


Terence Morris 


31 


Byron Mouton 


Seniors (1) 


20 


Matt Hahn 


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R N U N 



Yr. 

So. 
Jr.R 
So.R 

Sr 
Jr.R 
So. 

Jr. 



Pos. 

F/C 

F 

C 

C 
C/F 

C 

F 



Ht. 

6-8 
6-7 
6-3 
6-0 
7-0 
6-8 
6-9 



Wt. 

250 
223 
152 
162 
255 
205 
205 



Yr. 

So. 



Pos. 

c 



Ht. 

6-0 



letterwinners Lost (6) 



Pos. 

F/C 

C 

C 
F/C 

C 

F 



Newcomers (4) 



Yr. 

Fr. 
Fr 
Jr.R 
Fr. 



Pos. 

C 

F 

C/F 

C 



Ht. 
6-10 
6-0 
6-3 
6-6 
6-0 
6-9 



Ht. 

6-3 

6-10 

6-6 

6-3 



Wt. 

167 



Wt. 

262 
185 
194 
202 
187 
229 



Wt. 

175 
235 
215 
165 



Terps By Class 



Fr. 


C 


6-3 


175 


Fr. 


F 


6-10 


235 


Fr. 


C 


6-3 


165 


So. 


C 


6-0 


167 


So. 


F/C 


6-8 


250 


So.R 


C 


6-3 


152 


So. 


C 


6-8 


205 


Jr.R 


F 


6-7 


223 


Jr.R 


C/F 


7-0 


255 


Jr. 


F 


6-9 


205 


Jr.R 


C/F 


6-6 


215 



Sr. 



6-0 



162 



#4 Earl Badu Buh-Doo 

#21 LaRon Cephas luh-RON Cee-Phus 

#33 Mike Mardesich Mar-da-Sitch 

#45 Tahj Holden Tahj (rhymes with mirage) 



Terps By Height 

7-0 i Mike Mardesich 



6-11 
6-10 
6-9 
6-8 
6-7 
6-6 
6-5 
6-4 



6-2 




Tahj Holden 

Terence Morris 

Lonny Baxter, Danny Miller 

LaRon Cephas 

Byron Mouton 



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Steve Blake, Juan Dixon, Drew Nicholas 



Earl Badu, Matt Hahn 



Delaware (1) 

21 LaRon Cephas 

Florida (1) 

25 Steve Blake 

Louisiana (1) 

31 Byron Mouton 

Maryland (5) 

4 Earl Badu 
35 Lonny Baxter 
3 Juan Dixon 
20 Matt Hahn 

44 Terence Morris 

Massachusetts (1) 
33 Mike Mardesich 

New Jersey (2) 

45 Tahj Holden 
15 Danny Miller 

New York (1) 

12 Drew Nicholas 



6-1 
6-0 
5-11 
5-10 
5-9 
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Terps By State 

Jr.R Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 
Fr Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 
Jr.R Rayne, La.(Rayne/Tulane) 



So. Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 

So. Silver Spring, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 

So.R Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

Sr. Columbia, Md. (Atholton) 

Jr. Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 



Jr.R Boston, Mass. (Worcester Academy) 



Fr Little Silver, N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 
So. Mt. Holly, N.J. (Rancocas Valley) 



Fr. Hempstead, NY. (Long Island Lutheran) 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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Morris Leads Terps into 1999-2000 



Head coach Gary Williams looked into the fu- 
ture when the 1998-99 season came to an end. 
On the court, as the Terps were making their fourth 
NCAA Tournament "Sweet 16" appearance in the 
last six years, was a significant part of his starting 
lineup for the 1999-2000 season. 

When the final buzzer sounded last season Wil- 
liams looked out and saw 
three of this season's 
starters battling to 
advance deeper 
into the tourna- 
ment. Forward 
Terence Morris, 
guard Danny 
Miller and cen- 
ter Lonny 
Baxter didn't 
know it then, 
but they were 
preparing for the 
1999-2000 season. 
Two starters 
return from 
Maryland's squad 
which won a school- 
record 28 games and 
a school-record 13 At- 
lantic Coast Confer- 
ence games last sea- 
son - Morris, a junior 
All-America candidate, 
who will be a two-year 
starter, and Baxter, a 
sophomore AII-ACC 
candidate, the Terps' 
starting center. Morris 
started every game last 
season and is one of the 
top forwards in all of 
college basketball. 
Baxter started 10 of the 
final 11 games of the 
1998-99 season including 
two games in the ACC 
Tournament and three in 
the NCAA Tournament. 
Baxter became a starter 
when Obinna Ekezie rup- 
tured his right Achilles ten- 
don in early February. 
Maryland's strong nucleus of tested players 
includes seven letterwinners who have all played in 
at least one NCAA Tournament. Led by Morris, 




Juan Dixon 



Baxter and rising sophomores Juan Dixon and Danny 
Miller, the Terps return a solid nucleus of battle- 
tested players. Reserve Mike Mardesich has played 
in every Terp game in the last two seasons while 
Matt Hahn, LaRon Cephas and Earl Badu will add 
valuable experience as backups. 

In addition, Maryland's stellar recruiting class 
includes three top players: point guard Steve Blake, 
forward Tahj Holden and shooting guard Drew 
Nicholas. 

Combine Maryland's returning players and its 
recruiting class with the losses of All-America sec- 
ond-team selection Steve Francis, two-time All- 
America honorable mention selection Laron Profit, 
AII-ACC honorable mention picks Terrell Stokes and 
Ekezie, and you have the makings of one of head 
coach Gary Williams' youngest teams. 

"Any time you lose that many starters from 
your team, a team that won 28 games, obviously 
you have lost four tremendous players," said 
iams. "Our three seniors {Profit, Ekezie and Stokes} 
all played well and played a lot of minutes dur- 
ing their careers. Steve Francis is a special 
type player who doesn't come around that 
often. It's a shame that he only stayed a 
year. 

"We enter the 1999-2000 season in 
a situation where we are going to be very 
young," says Williams. "I do think we have 
an outstanding player in Terence Morris 
who should be a preseason Ail-American 
and candidate for ACC Player of the Year 
honors. He has a great touch and is con- 
tinuously getting stronger and becoming 
much quicker on the floor. He can run ex- 
tremely well and play several positions for 
us." 

Morris, a 6-9 forward from 
Frederick, Md., is clearly the team leader and one 
of the top players in the nation. He was an All- 
America honorable mention selection by the As- 
sociated Press and AII-ACC first-team selection 
by the Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Associa- 
tion following his sensational sophomore sea- 
son in 1999. He became only the fourth sopho- 
more in school history to earn AII-ACC first team 
honors and finished fifth in the voting for ACC 
Player of the Year in 1999. 

Morris is among the most versatile players 
in the ACC and was the only conference player 
to finish among the league's top 10 in field goal 
percentage (third), blocked shots (third), free 
throw percentage (fourth), rebounds (eighth), 
scoring (10th) and steals (10th) during the 1998- 



99 season. He enters his junior season with 106 
career blocks to rank sixth all-time at Maryland. He 
also ranks seventh all-time in school history with a 
54.2 field goal shooting percentage. 

Adds Williams: "Every once in a while you have 
a player where you don't see any ceiling to his game. 
Terence has a chance to be great, and I don't say 
that about a lot of players." 

Baxter, a 6-8 center from Silver Spring, Md., 
was called upon after Ekezie's injury and responded 
like a veteran. Though only in his first collegiate 
season, Baxter was considered to be among the 
top post players in the ACC at the end of the sea- 
son. Baxter averaged 8.9 points (2.1 points per 
game over his season average) and 4.6 rebounds 
(1.0 rebounds per game over his season av- 
erage) after Ekezie was lost for the 
season. He led the Terps in field goal 
shooting percentage with a .599 
mark. 

Baxter, who earned AII- 
ACC freshman team hon- 
ors, established a school 
record by making a per- 
fect 10-oMO shots 
from the field against 
North Texas on Dec. 
23. In scoring 28 
points against the 
Mean Green, he be- 
came the first 
player in school his- 
tory to make more 
than eight field goal 
attempts without a 
miss in a single 
game He made 
his first career 
start against 
Virginia on Feb. 
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with 14 points, five rebounds, two steals and one 
blocked shot in a career-high 26 minutes. He had 
learned after pre-game warm-ups on game day 
that he would gain his first career start. 

In Maryland's five postseason games, Baxter 
averaged 10.4 points (fourth on the team) and 4.8 
rebounds while shooting an even 50 percent from 
the field. He was nearly perfect from the field (six- 
of -eight, .750 percent) and the free throw line (six- 
of -eight, .750 percent) in the ACC Tournament. In 
the NCAA tournament, he scored 16 points against 
Creighton as he shot six-of-nine (.667 percent) from 
the field in only 14 minutes of play. 

"Lonny is a very tough, hard-working, 6-8 

player who 
can play a 




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couple of positions," said Williams. "He is very agile 
for his size and will probably play at 260 pounds as 
a sophomore. Lonny is also a very good passer, a 
good scorer and a very good defensive player. The 
experience he gained as a starter last season will 
be invaluable to him as the full-time starter this 
season." 

Miller and Juan Dixon, a pair of sophomores, 
are two players who will join the starting lineup. 
Both need to make significant contributions if the 
Terps are to extend their school-record streak of 
NCAA Tournament appearances to seven. Mary- 
land is one of only 10 teams in the nation, and one 
of only two teams in the ACC, that has participated 
in each of the last six NCAA Tournaments. Only 
Arizona, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North 
Carolina, Purdue, Temple and UCLA join the Terps. 
Miller is a 6-8, 205-pound sophomore from 
Mt. Holly, N.J. He displayed his exceptional 
talents and potential as a member of 
the Terps' nine-man rotation during 
the 1998-99 season and will become 
a starter this season. He was one of 
only two Maryland freshmen to play 
. in all 34 games during the season and 
averaged 4.2 points and 2.1 re- 
•V bounds. Miller was one of only five 
\ ACC freshmen to play in 34 or more 
n games last year. 

Miller may have been at his 
best in the Terps' five postseason 
games last season as he averaged 
7.6 points and 2.6 rebounds while 
averaging 20.2 minutes played in 
helping Maryland advance to the 
semifinals of the ACC Tourna- 
ment and to the "Sweet 16" of 
the NCAA Tournament. He ranked 
fifth among all Terps and first 
among bench players in scoring dur- 
ing the postseason. Miller burst onto the 
national scene with a six-point perfor- 
mance in No. 2 Maryland's victory over No. 5 
Stanford in the first round of the BB&T Classic 
in Washington, D.C. He hit 3-pointers on suc- 
cessive possessions to help the Terps re- 
cover from a 20-12 disadvantage to a slim, 
20-18 disadvantage. He scored his career- 
high of 14 points in the Terps' victory 
over AU Puerto Rico in the opening 
round of the Puerto Rico 
Shootout. 

"Danny Miller can play a 

couple of wing positions for 

us," says Williams. "He has the 

ability to do many things on 

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that will really help us this season. He's a good ball 
handler and can pass extremely well. At 6-8, he is 
also a pure scorer." 

Dixon is a 6-3 redshirt sophomore guard from 
Baltimore, Md„ who was among the first guards 
off the bench in the Terps' rotation last season. 
He earned honorable mention ACC All-Freshman 
honors as he averaged 7.4 points and 2.6 rebounds 
during his inaugural collegiate season. His quick 
hands and exceptional anticipation allowed him to 
lead all ACC freshmen in steals (50) and steals per 



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game (1.5). 
His 50 
steals ranks " 
as the sec- 
ond-best single- 
season effort by a 
Maryland freshman 
behind only Johnny 
Rhodes' 71 during the 
1993 season. 

In addition, Dixon 
became the first fresh- 
man in school history to 
lead the Terps in free 
throw percentage (.830). 
He was 
perfect 
from the ' 
free throw 
line eight 
times during his 
freshman season in- 
cluding four-of-four 
against AU Puerto Rico in 
the Puerto Rico Shootout 
and five-of-five against 
No. 5 Kentucky in Rupp 
Arena. Dixon's longest 
stretch without missing 
was 12, and he shot 80 per- 
cent (eight-of-10) from the 
line against the nine ranked 
teams on Maryland's sched- 
ule. 

Dixon returns as 
Maryland's top 3-point special- 
ist. His 36 3-point shots made 
ranks tied for the second-best effort by a Mary- 
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against Western Carolina in his first career game in 
an amazing 3-point shooting display. He made f our- 
of-seven (.571) shots from behind the arc against 
the Catamounts. He hit three or more 3-point shots 
five times and Maryland was 4-1 in those games. 
Dixon scored his career-high of 18 points at Wake 
Forest on Jan. 31 

"Juan Dixon returns as our best perimeter 
shooter," says Williams. "He proved last season that 
he could shoot with most college players. He gained 
valuable experience playing as our third guard and 
gained quite a bit of playing time. Another thing 
that I like entering his second season is that Juan 
has worked very hard in the weight room to 
strengthen himself." 

Mike Mardesich, a 7-0 center from Boston, 
Mass., may hold one of the keys to Maryland's suc- 
cess this season. Mardesich played in all 34 games 
last season but must increase both his scoring and 
rebounding output if the Terps hope to play deep 
into both the ACC and NCAA tournaments. As a 
redshirt junior he is entering his fourth season in 
the program. 

Mardesich averaged 3.4 points and 3.4 re- 
bounds as Maryland advanced to the "Sweet 16" 
of the NCAA Tournament for the second time dur- 
ing his career last year. He tied his career-high with 
12 points against both Western Carolina and North 
Texas in games played in Cole Field House. His 12 
points against Western Carolina came in only 17 
minutes played and he was five-of-eight (.625 per- 
cent) from the floor. 

"Mike is looking forward to his junior year," says 
Williams. "He certainly has the potential to really 
come in and be an outstanding player for us." 

Mardesich must return to the form he dis- 
played and the promise he exhibited during his 
redshirt freshman season, when he averaged 2.0 
points and nearly five minutes more as compared 
to last season. 

Senior Matt Hahn, redshirt junior LaRon 
Cephas and sophomore Earl Badu represent a trio 
of players who need to contribute to the overall 
depth of the team. 

Hahn, a 6-0 guard from Columbia, Md., enters 
his fourth year on the team and will lend depth at 
the point guard position as well as on and off court 
leadership. He has seen his playing time increase 
over the course of each of his three years in the 
program and is one of the team's hardest workers. 
Hahn played in a career-high 14 games and estab- 
lished career-highs in nearly every statistical cat- 
egory as a junior. 

Cephas, a 6-8 forward from Wilmington, Del., 
looks to increase his overall productivity and is now 
completely recovered from knee surgery which 
took place prior to the start of the 1998-99 sea- 



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son. He enjoyed his top statistical season last year 
as he played in 15 games. He scored his career- 
high of seven points against NC State in Cole Field 
House. 

"Laron Cephas is a third-year player who 
comes into a situation where he has to prove that 
he has fully recovered from knee surgery," says 
Williams. "He really did not get that opportunity to 
prove himself as his knee injury lingered through- 
out the season. He will be completely recovered 
by the time we start practice." 

Badu was a member of the squad last season 
and will lend depth at the guard position. 

Maryland's three-member freshman class of 
Blake, Holden and Nicholas has been judged by re- 
cruiting experts as one of the best, and most well 
rounded, groups in the nation. The trio is not head- 
lined by a single individual, but stands out because 
of the sum of its parts. 

Blake, a 6-3 point guard from Miami Lakes, Fla„ 
helped lead Oak Hill (Va.) Academy to the high school 
national championship during the 1998-99 season. 
The Warriors finished the season with a perfect 
31 -0 record. He averaged 8.8 points and 7.3 assists 
and was named as the runner-up for the "Mr. Bas- 
ketball" award in the state of Virginia. Blake was a 
USA Today All-American and named as the second- 
best point guard entering the collegiate ranks this 
season by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons. 

"Steve Blake is going to get a very good look 
at the pbint guard position as a freshman," says 
Williams. "He has played an incredible amount of 
basketball and has earned several outstanding hon- 
ors." 

Holden, a 6-10 native of Red Bank, N.J., was 
an all-state selection as a senior at Red Bank High 
School. It is hoped that he quickly assimilates him- 
self to the college game and becomes an inside 
force for the Terps. He played in the New Jersey 
Scholastic Coaches Association All-Star game fol- 
lowing his senior season and is ranked as the 48 th 
best prep player entering the collegiate ranks for 
the 1999-2000 season by the ACC Area Journal 'and 
Recruiter's Handbook, He averaged 14.6 points on 
52 percent field goal shooting to go along with 8.0 
rebounds and 3.0 assists per game 

"Tahj Holden is 6-9 and a very skilled player," 
says Williams. "As most freshmen do, he will get 
stronger as his career goes on. I think he can con- 
tribute right away." 

Nicholas is a 6-3 native of Hempstead, N.Y., 
who will help improve not only the team's 
ballhandling skills but also make the Terps a much 
better outside shooting team. He averaged 24.1 
points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game and 
shot a spectacular 57 percent from the floor as a 
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outstanding 47 percent from the 3-point line. 

"Drew Nicholas proved himself over his senior 
year and became one of the better players in the 
state of New York," says Williams. "He is an out- 
standing 3-point shooter with pretty good ball han- 
dling skills and he is also an excellent defensive 
player." 

Williams says that the Terps will be young but 
that a great deal of experience accompanies that 
youth. Two members of Maryland's junior class 
(Morris and Mardesich) have played in 66 games 
each while three members of the sophomore class 
(Baxter, Dixon and Miller) played in at least 32 games 
as freshmen. 

"Overall we 
are going to be 
young," he says. 
"The league is go- 
ing to be a little bet- 
ter this year and 
probably a little 
more balanced. I 
don't think you 
will see three 
teams dominating 
like last season. It will 
be a more balanced 
league and hopefully we 
will be one of those teams 
contesting for the ACC 
championship." 

In addition to the al- 
ways-tough ACC sched- 
ule, Maryland will com- 
pete in the Preseason NIT, 
opening the event with 
a home game against 
San Francisco. They 
will also travel to 
Temple, play host 
to Kentucky, battle 
Illinois in the first round of 
the BB&T Classic in Wash- 
ington, D.C., and play Iowa 
in the inaugural ACC/Big 
Ten Challenge. The ACC 
Tournament is March 2-5 in 
Charlotte. 

"We are going to play 
a tough schedule early 
with the Preseason NIT, 
the BB&T Classic, Temple, 
Iowa and Kentucky," says 
Williams. "Hopefully those 
games will prepare us for 
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Preseason Notebook 



Terps Play For School-Record Seventh Consecutive 
NCAA Bid 

Maryland enters the 1999-2000 season looking to play in a school-record sev- 
enth consecutive NCAA Tournament. The Terps have competed in each NCAA 
Tournament since 1994 and have advanced to the "Sweet 16" round in four of 
the last six seasons. The Terps' current six-season streak is the longest in 
school history. 

Maryland is... 

...One of only 10 teams in the nation and one of only two teams in the ACC 
that has participated in each of the last six NCAA Tournaments. Only Arizona, 
Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Purdue, Temple and UCLA 
join the Terps as teams that have competed in each of the last five NCAA 
men's basketball tournaments. 

in The Sweet 16... 

The Terps are one of only five teams in the nation to advance to the regional 
semifinal round at least four times since the 1993-94 season. The Terps ad- 
vanced to the regional semifinals in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999. Only Arizona, 
Connecticut, Kentucky and Kansas join the Terps. 

In the ACC Tournament... 

...Maryland is the only team in the ACC that has advanced to the ACC Tourna- 
ment semifinals in each of the last five seasons. It marks the first time since 
the 1972-76 seasons that Maryland has made five consecutive ACC Tourna- 
ment semifinal appearances. The Terps have never played in the ACC Tourna- 
ment semifinals in six consecutive seasons. 

One isn't Really That Lonely 

Terence Morris, who averaged a 
career-high 15.3 points and a ca- 
reer-high 7.1 rebounds per game 
last season, is the only returning 
AII-ACC first-team selection from 
the 1998-99 season. Starting 
with North Carolina's Len 
Rosenbluth in 1957, Morris is the 
13 th player in ACC history to be 
the lone AII-ACC first team rep- 
resentative returning from one 
year to the next. The lone re- 
turnee has earned AII-ACC hon- 
ors in the second year each time 
with nine of the players earning 
first-team honors. Most re- 
cently, Duke's Trajan Langdon re- 
turned by himself after earning 
first-team honors in 1998 and 
was also a first-team selection in 
1999. Only once in ACC history, 
1986, have all five members of 
the first team finished their eli- 
gibility. 





Junior All-America Candidate Terence Morris... 

...Was the only conference player to finish among 
the league's top 10 in field goal percentage (third), 
blocked shots (third), free throw percentage 
(fourth), rebounds (eighth), scoring (10th) and steals 
(10th) during the 1998-99 season. 

...Became the fourth sophomore in school history 
to earn AII-ACC first-team honors last season. Most 
recently, Joe Smith was an all-conference first- 
team selection in 1995. Tom McMillen in 1972 and 
John Lucas in 1974 were the other Terp sopho- 
mores to earn AII-ACC first-team honors. 

Terence Morris: 
Among Blocked Shot Leaders 

Junior All-America candidate Terence Morns needs only 20 blocked shots to enter 
the top five on Maryland's career blocked shots list. He is currently one of only six 
players in school history with 100 or more blocked shots. 



Player Needs To Pass 

Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) +234 

Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) +134 

Joe Smith (3.0 bpg; 1994-1995) +85 

Larry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1975-79) +77 

Obinna Ekezie (1.1 bpg; 1996-99) +20 
Terence Morris (1.6 bpg; 1998-Pr.) 



Gary Williams: One Shy Of 400 

As he enters the 1999-2000 season head coach Gary 
Williams needs only one victory to reach 400 for his 
career. He enters the season, his 22 na , with a career 
record of 399-245 for a winning percentage of 61.9. 
Williams guided the Terps to a school-record 28 vic- 
tories during the 1998-99 season. In addition, Will- 
iams needs only eight wins to earn his 200th as 
Maryland's head coach. 



Rank 


Blocks 


1. 


339 


2. 


239 


3. 


190 


4 


182 


5. 


125 


6. 


106 




Gary Williams' Career Record 



School 


Games 


W 


L 


Pet. 


American 


114 


72 


42 


63.2 


Boston College 


121 


76 


45 


62.8 


Ohio St. 


100 


59 


41 


59.0 


Maryland 


509 


192 


117 


61.9 


Totals 


644 


399 


245 


61.9 



Dixon Leads ACCFrosh in steals 

Redshirt sophomore guard Juan Dixon led all ACC freshmen in steals (50) and 
steals per game (1.5) during the 1998-99 season. His 50 steals ranks as the 
second best single-season effort by a Maryland freshman behind only Johnny 
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Dixon Establishes Terp First 

Redshirt sophomore Juan Dixon became the first 
freshman in school history to lead the Terps in free 
throw percentage (.830). He hit a single-game ca- 
reer-high seven free throws in a career-high eight 
attempts in Maryland's victory over DePaul on Dec. 
7. Dixon hit a season-high seven consecutive free 
throws against both the Blue Demons and over two 
games against Stanford and Princeton. Former 
Terp AII-ACC performer Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 
led the team in free-throw shooting percentage 
each season from 1994-96. He is the only player 
to lead the team from the free throw line three times in school history. 

The Terps: Owners of Nation's Longest 
Home Court Streak 

Maryland has won a nation's-best 64 consecutive non-conference home games 
entering the 1999-2000 season. The Terps' current streak began on Dec. 30, 
1989 with a victory over Alcorn State. The last time the Terps were not success- 
ful vs. a non-conference team in Cole Field House was Dec. 12, 1989 against Coppin 
State. The 1989-90 season was Gary Williams' first as the head coach of the Terps. 




Rank 


No. 


School 


Date Streak Began 


1. 


64 


Maryland 


Dec. 30, 1989 


2. 


55 


North Carolina 


Feb. 21, 1989 


3. 


41 


Washington St. 


Nov. 28, 1990 


4. 


40 


New Mexico 


Nov. 17, 1995 


5. 


39 


Penn State 


Dec. 5, 1992 


6. 


38 


Clemson 


March 17, 1994 



Remember This 

About Lonny 
Baxter 

Sophomore center Lonny 
Baxter started 10 games last 
season and averaged 8.9 
points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.1 
steals in an average of 20.6 
minutes of play in that role. 
Baxter started in place of a 
healthy Obinna Ekezie against 
Virginia on Feb. 6 and was a 
starter in 10 of the final 11 
games of the season. The only 
start that Baxter did not make 
in the final six weeks of the sea- 
son was on senior day against 
Clemson. Baxter started both 
of Maryland's games in the ACC 
Tournament and all three in the 
NCAA Tournament. The Terps 
were 8-2 with Baxter in the 
starting lineup. 




Tale of Two Seasons 


PPG 


RPC 


Baxter as a Starter 


8.9 


4.6 


Baxter as a Non-Starter 


6.8 


3.6 


Improvement as a Starter 


+2.1 


+1.0 



Tournament Time was Miller Time 

Sophomore forward Danny Miller, who 
was one of five ACC freshmen to play in 
at least 34 games during the 1998-99 
season, will look to move into a starter's 
role this season. Miller may have been at 
his best in the Terps' five postseason 
games as he averaged 7.6 points, 2.6 re- 
bounds and 20.2 minutes played as Mary- 
land advanced to the semifinals of the 
ACC Tournament and to the "Sweet 16" 
of the NCAA Tournament. Miller opened 
the nation's eyes with a six-point perfor- 
mance in No. 2 Maryland's victory over 
No. 5 Stanford in the first round of the 
BB&T Classic in Washington, D.C. He hit 
3-pointers on successive possessions to 
help the Terps recover from a 20-12 dis- 
advantage to a slim, 20-18 disadvantage. 
Maryland won the game, 62-60. 






First 24 


Last 10 


NCAA's 


Pts./Game 


3.9 


5.1 


5.7 


Rebs./Came 


2.0 


2.3 


2.0 


Mins./Came 


13.4 


16.9 


21.0 



Terps welcome Three Newcomers 

Steve Blake (Miami, Fla.), Tahj Holden (Red Bank, N.J.), and Drew Nicholas 
(Hempstead, N.Y.) will join the Terps as freshmen this season. Blake is a 6-3 
point guard and was an honorable mention All-Florida selection by USA Today 
as a senior. He led Oak Hill Academy to the 1999 high school national champi- 
onship. Holden, a 6-10 forward, was an all-state player in New Jersey as a 
senior who is ranked among the top 45 players entering the college ranks this 
fall. Nicholas, a 6-3 shooting guard, was an all-state first team selection in 
New York who averaged 24.2 points and 4.5 rebounds as a senior. All three 
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Career Record: 399-246 (.619) 

Maryland Record: 192-1 18 (.619) 



WILLIAMS' ACCOMPLISHMENTS 



Milestone Wins 

Victory # Opponent, Score Head Coach at 

No. 1 Catholic, 83-68 American 

No. 50 Drexel, 62-60 American 

No. 100 New Hampshire, 97-64 Boston College 

No. 150 Bowling Creen, 89-52 Ohio State 

No. 200 Northwestern, 100-89 Ohio State 

No. 250 #10 North Carolina, 82-80 Maryland 

No. 300 at NC State, 84-67 Maryland 

No. 350 #13 Clemson, 76-61 Maryland 

Three Different Teams Taken to 
The NCAA Tournament 

Coach Teams 

Dave Bliss Oklahoma, SMU, New Mexico 

Don DeVoe Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Navy 

Lefty Dnesell Davidson, Maryland, James Madison 

Eddie Fogler Wichita St., Vanderbilt, South Carolina 

Jim Harrick Pepperdine, UCLA, Rhode Island 

Lon Kruger Kansas State, Florida, Illinois 

Tubby Smith Tulsa, Georgia, Kentucky 

Gary Williams Boston College, Ohio State, Maryland 

Current consecutive NCAA 
Tournament Appearances 

No. Coach School Years 

15 Lute Olson Arizona 1985-99 

13 Bob Knight Indiana 1986-99 

10 JohnChaney Temple 1990-99 

10 Roy Williams Kansas 1990-99 

8 BobHuggins Cincinnati 1992-99 

7 CeneKeady Purdue 1993-99 

6 Gary Williams Maryland 1994-99 
6 Kelvin Sampson Washington St. 

and Oklahoma 1994-99 
6 Tubby Smith Tulsa, Georgia 

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C H I N C ST 

The decade of the 1990's has certainly been a 
decade of resurgence for the Maryland basketball 
team. Within the most recent 10-year period, the 
Terps soared to a level of national prominence un- 
matched during the first century of the program. 
Included among the many superior accomplishments 
during the decade were: a school-record six consecu- 
tive NCAA Tournament appearances (1994-99), four 
"Sweet 16" appearances, six consecutive upper divi- 
sion Atlantic Coast Conference finishes, a school- 
record 28 victories during the 1998-99 season, four 
NBA lottery picks, one national Player-of-the-Year and 
one ACC Player-of-the-Year. 

Head coach Gary Williams, who needs only one 
victory to earn the 400th of his career, is the thread 
that ties the Terrapin program together Williams' ac- 
complishments during his 10-year tenure at Maryland 
have placed him and his program among the best in 
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Williams led Maryland to a school-record 28 vic- 
tories and a school-record 13 ACC victories during the 
1998-99 season. The Terps finished the season ranked 
No. 5 by the Associated Press - the highest final rank- 
ing since the 1974-75 season and only the third time 
in school history that the program had earned a top 
five final national ranking. During the season, Mary- 
land was ranked in the top five for a near-school record 
14 weeks and peaked at No. 2 as it won its first 10 
games of the season. Maryland's No. 2 seed in the 
NCAA Tournament was tied for the highest tourna- 
ment seed in school history. Only four schools won 
more games than the Terps during the 1998-99 sea- 
son. 

Three times, Williams has been voted as a na- 
tional coach-of-the-year finalist and in 1998 ACC Ath- 
lete Magazine voted him as the ACC Coach-of-the- 
Year. He was honored as the district coach-of-the- 
year in 1981 and in 1983 he was named as the East- 
ern Coach-of-the-Year. Following Maryland's 1997 
season, when the Terps advanced to the NCAA Tour- 
nament and finished with a 9-7 record in the ACC, he 
was named as the Seaboard Region Coach-of-the-Year 
by Eastern Basketball. 

Williams is the only head coach in school history 
to guide the Terps to seven postseason tournament 
appearances within his first ten seasons. He is also 
one of only two coaches in school history to have di- 
rected his first two teams to winning records and to 
a regular season conference championship during the 
first six years at the helm. 

Williams was hired on June 13, 1989. He inher- 
ited a team that had won only nine games the year 
before, and finished in last place in the ACC. Williams 
displayed his coaching abilities immediately. The Terps 
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the National Invitation Tournament, making Williams 
the first coach in school history to lead a team into 
the postseason 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 
by a first-year coach. 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. 

Williams 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 programs in 
the three most powerful conferences in college bas- 
ketball - the Atlantic Coast, Big East and Big Ten 
During Williams combined 17 years in those three 
conferences, the national champion has come from 
Williams' league six times (three in his 10 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 lettered 
as the Terps' starting point guard from 1964-67 un- 
der head coach Bud Millikan He served as team cap- 
tain during his senior season It was as a player in the 
ACC that Williams developed his basketball philosophy. 
He studied the game under Millikan, and it was then 
that he developed his penchant for the full-court pres- 
sure defenses for which his teams 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 gradu- 
ate student at Maryland under a future boss, Tom 




O A C H I N C E 

1990-present University of Maryland, Head Coach 
1987-89 Ohio State University, Head Coach 

1983-86 Boston College, Head Coach 

1979-82 American University, Head Coach 



Year 



YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD C O A 

School Overall Record/Conf. Finish 



C H I N C RECORD 

Postseason Play Accomplishments 



1998-99 Maryland 
1997-98 Maryland 
1996-97 Maryland 
1995-96 Maryland 
1994-95 Maryland 
1995-94 Maryland 
1992-93 Maryland 
1991-92 Maryland 
1990-91 Maryland 
1989-90 Maryland 
10-Year Record at Maryland 
1988-89 Ohio State 
1987-88 Ohio State 
1986-87 Ohio State 
3-Year Record at Ohio State 
1985-86 Boston College 
1984-85 Boston College 
1983-84 Boston College 
1982-83 Boston College 
4-Year Record at Boston Coll. 
1981-82 American 
1980-81 American 
1979-80 American 
1978-79 American 
4-Year Record at American 

21-Year Record 



28-6/13-3 (2nd) 

21-11/10-6 (3rd) 

21-11/9-7 (14th) 

17-13/8-8 (T 4th) 

26-8/12-4 (T1st) 

18-12/8-8 (T4th) 

12-16/2-14 (8th) 

14-15/5-11 (8th) 

16-12/5-9 (7th) 

19-14/6-8 (T5th) 

192-118 (.6191/78-78 (.500) 

19-15/6-12 (8th) 

20-13/9-9 (6th) 

20-13/9-9 (6th) 

59-41 (.590V24-30 (.467) 

13-15/4-12 (7th) 

20-11/7-9 (6th) NCAA, 2-1 

18-12/8-8 (4th) NIT, 1-1 

25-7/12-4 (T1st) NCAA, 1-1 

76-45 (628V31-33 (.721) 

21-9/8-3 (3rd) NIT, 0-1 

24-6/11-0 (1st) NIT, 0-1 

13-14/5-6 (5th) 

14-13/7-4 (4th) 

72-42 (.63D/31-13 

399-246 (.619)/ 164-153 (.517) 



NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA South Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA West Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


NCAA, 0-1 


NCAA Southeast Regional 


NCAA. 0-1 


NCAA West Regional 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA West Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


NCAA. 2-1 


NCAA Midwest Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


NIT, 1-1 


NIT Second Round 


NIT, 2-1 


NIT Quarterfinals 


NIT, 4-1 


NIT Finalist 


NCAA, 1-1 


NCAA Second Round 



NCAA Midwest Regional Semis • "Sweet 16" 

NIT Second Round 

NCAA Regional Semis • "Sweet 16' 

NIT First Round 
NIT First Round 



COACHING HONORS 

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

• Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist, 1995, 1997 

• U.S. Olympic Team Selection Committee, 1988 

• Eastern Coach of the Year, 1983 

• Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1997 

• National Coach of the Year, Second Runner-Up, 1983 

• District Coach of the Year, 1981 

INTERNATIONAL E X P E R I 

• 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 

• Eight-game, 12-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East Ail-Star Team in July of 1984 



PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1964-67, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

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



E N C E 



A Y I N G 



HONORS 



P L 

• 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 

PERSONAL 

Education: University of Maryland, 1968, B.S. in business; Collingswood (N.J.) High School, 1964 
Date of Birth: March 4, 1945 in Collingswood, N.J. 
Family: Daughter Kristin (29), Son-in-Law - Geoff 



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Davis. Williams was Davis' assistant coach for the Mary- 
land freshman team during the 1969 season. The 
team finished with a 12-4 record. 

After earning a degree in business, he contin- 
ued 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 27-0 record and the state title. Williams 
has called that season "the ultimate; there wasn't an- 
other 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 



THE WILLIAMS INFLUENCE 



Former Assistants Now in Charge 

Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Gary Williams for three years at Ohio 
State. Head coach at Ohio State for eight years. 
Currently 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. 

PaulBrazeau 

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. 

FranDunphy 

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. Currently the 
head coach at New Mexico. 

Chris Knoche 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years at Ameri- 
can. Has been the head coach at American Uni- 
versity. Currently the Terps' radio color analyst. 

Art Perry 

Assistant to Gary Williams for six years at Mary- 
land. Currently the head coach at American Uni- 
versity. Has been the head coach at Delaware 
State. 




1981 squad set the still-standing school record for 
victories with a 24-6 mark, won the East Coast Con- 
ference championship, 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 Col- 
lege. He was once again an instant success, posting a 
25-7 record and leading the Eagles to the regular sea- 
son 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 coaching job 



at Ohio State, becoming the 10th basketball coach in 
that school's illustrious history. 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 Will- 
iams' three-year term at Ohio State, OSU defeated a 
second-ranked Purdue team, perennial power Kansas 
and highly regarded Big Ten powers Michigan and Illi- 
nois. Each of Williams' three Ohio State teams ad- 
vanced to postseason play, and he laid the ground- 
work for the highly successful teams that followed 
when he left Columbus for College Park. 



WILLIAMS IN 


POSTSEASON 


Event GP 


Won 


Lost 


Pet. Last Game 


NCAA 21 


12 


9 


.571 1998-99 


NIT 14 


8 


6 


.571 1989-90 


ACC 16 


7 


9 


.438 1998-99 


BIG EAST 6 


2 


4 


.333 1985-86 


East Coast 7 


3 


4 


.429 1981-82 


Totals 64 


32 


32 


.500 1998-99 



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Second 5 Years Overall 


ACC 


1994-95 


26-8 (.765) 


12-4(750) 


1995-96 


17-13(567) 


8-8 (.500) 


1996-97 


21-11 (.656) 


9-7 (.563) 


1997-98 


21-11 (.656) 


10-61.625) 


1998-99 


28-6 (.824) 


13-3 (.813) 


Totals 


113-49(.697) 


52-28 (.650) 


First 5 Years 


Overall 


ACC 


1989-90 


19-14 (.576) 


6-8 (.429) 


1990-91 


16-12 (.571) 


5-9 (.357) 


1991-92 


14-15 (.482) 


5-11 (.313) 


1992-93 


12-161.429) 


2-14 (.125) 


1993-94 


18-12 (.600) 


8-8 (.500) 


Totals 


79-69 (.533) 


26-50 (.342) 




Williams vs. theaee 


School 


Last 3 Years 


Last 5 Years 


Clemson 


3-3 


7-4 


Duke 


1-5 


4-7 


Florida State 


6-1 


9-2 


Georgia Tech 


7-0 


9-3 


North Carolina 


4-4 


6-7 


NC State 


6-1 


10-1 


Virginia 


5-1 


8-2 


Wake Forest 


2-4 


3-7 


Totals 


34-19 


56-33 




.641 


.629 



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E N 


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M B 


E R S 


Williams' Top Career Seasons 


Most Victories 








Season 


W 


L 


Pet. 


School 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


Maryland 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


Maryland 


1982-83 


25 


7 


781 


Boston College 


1980-81 


24 


6 


.800 


American 


1981-82 


21 


9 


.700 


American 


Winning Percentage 








Season 


W 


L 


Pet. 


School 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


.800 


American 


1982-83 


25 


7 


.781 


Boston College 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


Maryland 


1981-82 


21 


9 


.700 


American 



Williams' School Records For Wins 

Maryland 28 1998-99 

Boston College 25 1982-83 

American 24 1980-81 

Sagarin Power Rankings (Lasts Years) 

Year Schedule Ranking Team Ranking 

1995 19 8 

1996 16 28 

1997 15 11 

1998 1 11 

1999 22 5 






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Scoring Offense 




Rank 


Team 


Avg. 




1. 


Duke 


91.8 




2. 


Texas Christian 


86.8 




3. 


Siena 


86.6 




4. 


Norfolk State 


86.3 




5. 


Cal Poly 


84.9 




6. 


Southern Univ. 


84.7 




7. 


Maryland 


84.5 




8 


Arizona 


82.2 






Scoring Margin 




Rank 


Team 


Margin 




1. 


Duke 


+24.7 




2. 


Auburn 


+19.6 




3. 


Maryland 


+18.1 




4. 


Connecticut 


+16.0 




5. 


Utah 


+15.9 






Won-Lost Percentage 




Rank 


Team 


Record 


Pet. 


1. 


Duke 


37-2 


.949 


2. 


Connecticut 


34-2 


.944 


3. 


College of Charleston 


28-3 


.903 


4. 


Auburn 


29-4 


.879 


5. 


Michigan State 


33-5 


.868 


6. 


Utah 


28-5 


.848 


7. 


Maryland 


28-6 


.824 




Field Coal Percentage 


r 


Rank 


Team 


Pet. 




1. 


Northern Arizona 


.523 




2. 


Duke 


.514 




3. 


Evansville 


.505 




4. 


Maryland 


.495 




5 


Texas Christian 


491 





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C O A C H 1 N 


WILLI 


AMS IN OVERTIME 


at American (4-2) 




December 28, 1978 


American 98 vs. Stetson 94 (20T) 


December 29, 1978 


American 85 vs. Central Florida 83 (OT) 


January 13, 1979 


American 83 vs. Bucknell 85 (20T) 


January 15, 1979 


American 89 vs. George Washington 91 (OT) 


February 24, 1981 


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


February 2, 1982 


American 65 vs. William & Mary 64 (OT) 


at Boston College (0-0) 


None 




at Ohio State (1-2) 




December 29, 1986 


Ohio State 79 vs. Kansas 78 (OT) 


February 27, 1988 


Ohio State 77 vs. Michigan State 78 (OT) 


March 23, 1989 


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


at Maryland (5-8) 




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 (OT) 


November 15, 1993 


Maryland 84 at #15 Georgetown 83 (OT) 


March 11, 1995 


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


January 6, 1996 


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


January 20, 1996 


Maryland 77 vs. NC State 74 (OT) 


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 (OT) 


January 14, 1998 


Maryland 89 vs. #1 North Carolina 83 (OT) 


March 7, 1998 


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


January 29, 1999 


Maryland 81 at Clemson 79 (OT) 




Gary Williams addresses the fans in Cole Field House and on radio after each home 
game. 




Gary Williams making his induction speech at the 1999 Maryland Hall of Fame 
ceremony. 



Gary Williams with his daughter Kristin after he was inducted into the Maryland 
Hall of Fame. 



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Gary Williams' Charity Work 



Coaches vs. Cancer 

Of the many charities that Coach Gary Williams is involved with, one that is 
very special to him is the Coaches vs. Cancer Three-Point Attack. Since 
1996, Gary Williams has served on the Coaches Council, a 15-member board 
that serves as the governing body for Coaches vs. Cancer. The program is 
a partnership between the National Association of Basketball Coaches and 
the American Cancer Society. The coaches participating in this program 
are dedicated to fighting cancer through increased support for research, 
patient services, and prevention education. Coaches vs. Cancer utilizes a 
Three-Point Attack that combines pledges from fans with their team's 
three-point baskets made throughout the season. 

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

On April 27, 1999, Coach Williams hosted a charity basketball game at Cole 
Field House to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The game included 
former Maryland basketball stars Len Elmore, Tom McMillen, Duane 
Simpkins, and Buck Williams. Other participants included former Maryland 
track All-American and NFL receiver Renaldo Nehemiah, former Redskins 
Jeff Bostic and Charles Mann, former Bullets Phil Chenier and Kevin Grevey, 
former Dallas Cowboy Calvin Hill, tennis star Pam Shriver, Maryland legisla- 
tors Thomas "Mike" Miller and Steny Hoyer, and Meet The Press host Tim 
Russert. The second annual event is scheduled for May 4, 2000. 




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Fibrosis 
Foundation 



Former Maryland major gifts director and basketball star Greg Manning (left) along 
with broadcaster Rick 'Doc' Walker at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation charity event. 




Gary Williams was one of the trophy presenters at his charity basketball game to Maryland's two all-time leading rebounders. Buck Williams (left) and Len Elmore, 
benefit Cystic Fibrosis. played in Gary Williams' charity basketball game to benefit Cystic Fibrosis. 



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charity basketball game to benefit Cystic Fibrosis. out Buck Williams (left) in Gary Williams' charity basketball game to benefit Cystic 

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Billy 
Hahn 

Associate Head Coach 

11th Year at Maryland 

Maryland '75 




C H I N C ST 

Billy Hahn, who has played an integral role in 
the outstanding success of the Maryland basketball 
program, is in his 11th season on head coach Gary 
Williams' staff. He became a member of the Terps' 
staff in July, 1989 as he was the first assistant hired 
by Williams after he was named head coach. 

Hahn was named associate head coach in 1997. 
He serves as one of Maryland's two primary recruit- 
ers and is the Terps' chief opponent scout in addi- 
tion to his on-the-floor coaching and administrative 
duties. 

Hahn is one of only two players in Maryland bas- 
ketball history to play and coach in the NCAA Tour- 
nament. He has also been a part of the two 
winningest teams in school history. He played on 
Maryland's 1974-75 team that finished with a 24-5 
record (82.8 winning percentage) and coached 
Maryland's 1998-99 team that won a school-record 
28 games and had a 28-6 record (82.4 winning per- 
centage). 

Hahn's recruiting successes have helped Mary- 
land enter the ranks of the elite in college basketball. 
His enthusiastic attitude and loyalty to the Univer- 
sity of Maryland make him a magnificent ambassa- 
dor for the program. 

He has earned the reputation as one of the top 
recruiters in the nation as evidenced by Maryland's 
turnaround during his tenure. The Terps have played 
in a school-record six consecutive NCAA Tourna- 
ments, finished fourth or higher in the ACC regular 
season standings in a near school-record six consecu- 
tive seasons, and established school records for over- 
all victories (28 in 1998-99) and ACC victories in a 
season (13 in 1998-99). 

The Terps are one of only two teams in the 
ACC (also North Carolina) and one of only 10 teams 
nationally which have played in each of the last six 
NCAA Tournaments. In addition, Maryland is one of 
only five programs nationally to advance to the 
"Sweet 16" in at least four of the last six seasons. 

Hahn's tireless work as a recruiter has attracted 
nationally ranked recruiting classes to College Park 
in each of the last seven seasons. Clark Francis of 
HoopScoop magazine ranked Maryland's 1998 re- 
cruiting class as the third-best in the nation and each 
of Maryland's last five classes have ranked among 
the nation's top 20. 

A veteran in the collegiate coaching ranks, 
Hahn's 25 years of collegiate coaching experience is 
evident in all aspects of his professional life. His re- 
cruiting plans are well thought out and his scouting 
reports are among the best in the nation. Maryland 
is one of the most prepared teams in the country 
each time it takes the court. 

His hard work and dedication as a recruiter has 
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' 
1996 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 
evaluation of former AII-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. Hahn was instrumen- 
tal in recruiting Maryland's class of 1999 - a class 
that included Laron Profit, Terrell Stokes and Obinna 
Ekezie. Profit and Ekezie were both second round 
draft choices while Steve Francis was the No. 2 over- 
all selection in the 1999 NBA Draft. Maryland's 1998 
class included Francis and McDonald's All-American 
Danny Miller. This season's roster includes three play- 
ers - Steve Blake, Tahj Holden and Drew Nicholas - 
who were all-state high school performers. 

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 
regular seasons. He led Ohio to the Mid-American 
Conference Tournament championship game in 1988. 
He recruited and coached Paul Graham, the MAC 
Player-of-the-Year in 1989. During his head coach- 
ing 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. It was during this time 
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Terps to a 2-2 record. He coached the Terps to a 94- 
92 victory at Duke, a 71 -64 victory over Florida State 
in the first round of the ACC Tournament, and into 
overtime against No.-2 ranked North Carolina in the 
ACC tournament semifinals and against Virginia dur- 
ing the regular season. Maryland's victory over Duke 
clinched a tie for the ACC regular season champion- 
ship. Three of the games were televised by ESPN, 
one by ABC. 

Hahn began his college coaching career imme- 
diately following his playing days at Maryland. His 
first stop came at Morris Harvey College in West Vir- 
ginia (1975-76) He moved on to Davidson College 
(1976-77) and the University of Rhode Island (1977- 
80) and served six years as an assistant at Ohio. He 
became the head coach at Ohio in 1986. At each of 
his first three coaching stops, he successfully re- 
cruited and coached future NBA draft choices. 

Prior to his appointment as head coach at Ohio 
in 1986, he was an assistant coach at Ohio under 
Danny Nee. He served as the Bobcats' primary re- 
cruiter during that span and landed the school's all- 
time leading rebounder and all-time assist leader. 
Hahn recruited and coached two future NBA draft 
choices and the 1985 MAC Player-of-the-Year While 
Hahn was an assistant, Ohio posted a school-record 
four 20-win seasons, won two conference tourna- 
ment 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 three- 
year varsity letterwinner on three of the best bas- 
ketball teams Maryland has fielded. He was a fresh- 
man 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 against NC State in 1974), and he was cap- 
tain of the team his senior year when the Terps won 
the ACC regular season championship and advanced 
to the Midwest Regional finals of the NCAA Tourna- 
ment. 

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

Hahn has become a very accomplished semi- 
nar and banquet speaker He has delivered numer- 
ous motivational speeches to area businesses and at 
many graduations. 

Hahn and his wife Kathi were married on June 
25, 1976; they have two children, a son, Matthew 
(21) and daughter, Ashley (16). 

Hahn received his bachelor's degree in distribu- 
tive education from Maryland in 1975. 



COACHING E 

1989-90-present University of Maryland. Assistant Coach 
1986-89 Ohio University. Head Coach 

1981-86 Ohio University. Assistant Coach 

1978-80 University of Rhode Island. Assistant Coach 

1977 Davidson College. Assistant Coach 

1976 Morris Harvey College. Assistant Coach 



YEA 


R - B Y - Y E A R 


HEAD COACHING RECORD 


Year 


School 


Overall Record/Conf. Finish Postseason Play 


1988-89 


Ohio University 


12-17/7-9 {17th) 


1987-88 


Ohio University 


16-14/9-7 [3rd) 


1986-87 


Ohio University 


14-14/6-10 (T7th) 
42-45 (.4831/22-26 


A S 


S 1 S T A N T COACHING POSITIONS 


Years 


School 


Accomplishments 


1998-99 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament. South Regional Semifinals • NCAA 'Sweet 16' 


1997-98 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament. West Regional • NCAA 'Sweet 16" 


1996-97 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament. Southeast Regional 


1995-96 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament. West Regional 


1994-95 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament. West Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 


1993-94 


University of Maryland 


NCAA Tournament, Midwest Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 


1992-93 


University of Maryland 




1991-92 


University of Maryland 




1990-91 


University of Maryland 




1989-90 


University of Maryland 


NIT 2nd Round 


1985-86 


Ohio University 


NIT, 1st Round 


1984-85 


Ohio University 


NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional • MAC Championship 


1983-84 


Ohio University 




1982-83 


Ohio University 


NCAA Tournament, Mideast Regional • MAC Championship 


1981-82 


Ohio University 




1980-81 


Ohio University 


Consecutive 20-Win Seasons. 1983, 1984. 1985. 1986 


1979-80 


University of Rhode Island 


Marquette City Classic Champions 


1978-79 


University of Rhode Island 


NIT, 1st Round, Motor City Classic Champions 


1977-78 


University of Rhode Island 


NCAA Tournament, East Regional • ECAC New England Champions 


1976-77 


Davidson College 




1975-76 


Morris Harvey College 





INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

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

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

• Six-game, 12-day tour of Germany, France and Belgium with Ohio University basketball team in August of 1986 

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

• Played in World Cup Games as member of Maryland basketball team in 1972 (tournament champions) 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

• 1972-1975, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• 1968-1972. Penn High School (Indiana), lettered four years in basketball, baseball and cross country 



A Y I N C 



HONORS 



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• Maryland Team Captain. 1975 

• Alvm Aubinoe Greatest Career Achievement Award, University of Maryland, 1975 

• Member 1972. 1973. 1975 Maryland Invitational Tournament Championship Teams 

• Member 1973 Cable Car Classic Championship Team 

• Member 1975 Atlantic Coast Conference Regular Season Championship Team 

• Member 1975 NCAA Tournament Team. University of Maryland 

PERSONAL 

Education: University of Maryland, 1975. B.S in distributive education; Penn High School (Indiana), 1971 

Date of Birth: June 22. 1953 

Family Wife Kathi (married. June 25, 1976); son Matthew (21) and daughter Ashley (16) 



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Dave 
Dickerson 

Assistant Coach 

4th Year at Maryland 

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C H I N C ST 

Dave Dickerson's three-year tenure as an assis- 
tant coach at Maryland has coincided with three of 
the most successful years in the history of the pro- 
gram. The Terps have made three NCAA Tourna- 
ment appearances, finished in the top half of the 
ACC three times and been ranked among the nation's 
top 10 each season. During Dickerson's first three 
years, Maryland posted a 70-28 record (74.1 winning 
percentage). 

Dickerson joined head coach Gary Williams' staff 
prior to the 1996-97 season and immediately began 
putting his stamp onto the program. During his first 
season, Maryland defeated three ranked teams and 
was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season. In 
1997-98, the Terps advanced to the "Sweet 16" of 
the NCAA Tournament, and recorded 21 victories 
with wins over No. 1 North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas. 

Last season, Maryland won a school-record 28 
games, a school-record 13 ACC games and once again 
advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tourna- 
ment. During the season, the Terps captured cham- 





pionships of the Puerto Rico Shootout and the BB&T 
Classic and advanced to the semifinals of the ACC 
Tournament for the third consecutive season. 

Dickerson's success as one of the nation's top 
recruiters has been a major part of Maryland's ac- 
complishments on the court. Each of his first three 
recruiting classes have been ranked among the 
nation's best. He was instrumental in attracting the 
Terps' 1997 and 1998 recruiting classes, both of 
which ranked in the top 10 nationally. Maryland's 1998 
recruiting class was ranked third in the nation by Clark 
Francis of HoopScoop Magazine. The Terps' 1999 
recruiting class contains three of the nation's top 
players at three different positions. 

Dickerson's scouting and recruiting abilities al- 
lowed Williams to gain an early evaluation of All- 
America guard Steve Francis. Francis was the No. 2 
overall selection in the 1999 NBA Draft and finished 
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It has been Dickerson's nationwide emergence 
on the recruiting trails that has allowed him to rise 
so quickly up the coaching ladder. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, he was an assis- 
tant coach at Radford University The recruiting 
classes he helped assemble at Radford were ranked 
among the nation's best. The 1994 season saw the 
Highlanders compile a 20-8 record and a school- 
record winning percentage of 71.4. The 20 wins are 
tied for the second-highest total in school history. 
Radford, which enjoyed winning seasons during each 
of his four years there, enjoyed the best four-year 
period in its history while Dickerson was an assistant. 

It was also at Radford that Dickerson began to 
make his mark as a bench coach. Radford gained 
national acclaim and became one of the most suc- 
cessful programs in the Big South Conference dur- 
ing 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 remaining in 
the game just after LSU had taken its first lead of 
the second half. Dickerson was the assistant coach 
in charge of scouting LSU. 

Dickerson played forward at Maryland from 



C H I N C ST 

1986-89 and earned four varsity letters. He was co- 
captain as a senior in 1989. Dickerson saw action in 
the 1986 and 1989 NCAA Tournaments and was a 
member of three teams that advanced to the ACC 
Tournament semifinals. The Terps won 19 games 
his freshman year and 18 during his junior season. 
Dickerson was a starter on the 1989 team that be- 
came the first No. 8 seed to defeat a No. 1 seed in 
the ACC Tournament when the Terps defeated NC 
State. 

In 1989, Dickerson earned his bachelor's degree 
in government and politics from Maryland. Soon af- 
ter graduation he began his coaching career on the 
staff of Gardner Webb University in North Carolina. 
After a year at Gardner Webb he joined former Mary- 
land head coach Lefty Driesell at James Madison. 
From 1993-96, Dickerson was an assistant coach at 
Radford University, where he began constructing his 
sparkling reputation under former Maryland assis- 
tant coach Ron Bradley. 

A native of Olar, S.C., he earned the team award 
for Greatest Career Contribution in 1989 and for 
Most Improved Player in 1987. Dave is married to 
the former Ms. Laurette Newsom. Laurette is a 1991 
graduate of Maryland. 



C O A C H I N C EX 

1997-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 
1993-96 Radford University, Assistant Coach 

1991-92 James Madison University, Assistant Coach 

1990-91 Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 



P E R I E N C E 



ASSISTANT 

Years School 



COACHING 

Accomplishments 



POSITIONS 



1998-99 


University of Maryland 


1997-98 


University of Maryland 


1996-97 


University of Maryland 


1995-96 


Radford University 


1994-95 


Radford University 


1993-94 


Radford University 


1992-93 


Radford University 


1991-92 


James Madison Univers 


1990-91 


Gardner Webb 



NCAA Tournament, South Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 
NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 
NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

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



South Atlantic Conf. Tourn. Finals 



PLAYING E X P E R 

1985-89, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 



I E N C E 



HONORS 



P L A Y I N C 

Maryland Team Captain, 1989 
Career Contribution Award, 1989 
Most Improved Player Award, 1987 



PERSONAL 

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

Date of Birth: March 29, 1967 

Family: Wife Laurette (married, May 8, 1999) 




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Assistant Coach 

9th Year at Maryland 

Catholic '89 




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C H I N C ST 

Jimmy Patsos is in his ninth season as an assis- 
tant coach on the University of Maryland basketball 
staff. During his tenure under head coach Gary Wil- 
liams, the Terps have played in six NCAA Tourna- 
ments, advanced to the "Sweet 16" four times, fin- 
ished in the top half of the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence six times, won one ACC regular season champi- 
onship and averaged nearly 20 wins per season. In 
addition, three players (Walt Williams in 1992, Joe 
Smith in 1995 and Steve Francis in 1999) have been 
lottery selections in the NBA Draft. 

During his career at Maryland, he has coached 
seven NBA Draft choices including first round selec- 
tions Williams, Smith, Francis and Keith Booth (Chi- 
cago Bulls, 1997) 

His role as an academic mentor has proven pros- 
perous, as the teams' overall academic performance 
has improved under his guidance. He works closely 
with the academic support unit of the athletic de- 
partment and many of the professors on campus. 

Patsos joined the staff as a volunteer assistant 
during the 1991 -92 season and immediately became 
an integral part of Williams' staff. His numerous re- 
sponsibilities center on opponent scouting, on-court 
coaching and the academic development of 
Maryland's players. Patsos has been a key compo- 
nent of Maryland's success and its current legacy of 
continuity. 

Prior to his appointment to Williams' staff at 
Maryland, Patsos was the assistant coach at Arch- 
bishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C. He 
helped Carroll to a 21-8 record and a national rank- 
ing 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 in- 
volved in the maturation of Charles Harrison (Wake 
Forest) and Lawrence Moten (Syracuse), both of 
whom have become stars on the collegiate level. 

Patsos also coordinates the public speaking 
engagements of the Terps' players. Each summer, 
Patsos serves as the director of the Gary Williams 
basketball camp at the University of Maryland. The 
camp annually draws participants from around the 
world and is the showcase camp on the eastern sea- 
board. In his role as camp director, Patsos coordi- 
nates counselor management, facility and participant 
scheduling, housing, meals and guest speakers. The 
five sessions during the summer of 1999 ranked as 
the largest in camp history. In addition to his work 
with the Gary Williams camp, he is a frequent speaker 
at camps throughout Maryland, Delaware and Penn- 
sylvania during the summer months. 

Patsos was a three-year varsity letterwinner at 
Catholic University in Washington, D.C. During his 




career, the Cardinals posted a record of 51-26. Patsos 
played for the late Jack Bruen, who later led Colgate 
University to a pair of NCAA Division I Tournament 
appearances. 

Catholic won four regular-season tournament 
championships during Patsos' career, including the 
1989 Manhattanville Tournament. Patsos scored a 
career-high 17 points and grabbed a career-high 14 
rebounds in the championship game to lead the Car- 



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dinals to a 106-99 victory over Manhattanville Other 
top games during his senior season included 12 points 
and five rebounds against Frostburg State, 10 re- 
bounds at Scranton and 12 points and nine rebounds 
against St. Mary's (Md.). 

As a junior, Patsos recorded season highs of 14 
points against Upsala and 11 rebounds against Wash- 
ington College. He scored 12 points and grabbed 
five rebounds to lead Catholic to the championship 
of the Alfred University Charity Cage Classic with a 
90-88 victory over the host Sexons. The Cardinals 
were 18-8 during both his junior and senior years, 
then a school record for victories in a single season. 

Patsos' teammate for two years (1987-88) was 
current Catholic head coach Mike Lonergan, who has 
led the Cardinals to the "Sweet 16" of the past two 
NCAA Division III tournaments. 

A native of Boston, Mass., Patsos earned his 
bachelor's degree in history from Catholic in 1989. 
A brother, Chris, captained the Florida Southern base- 
ball team to the 1981 NCAA Division II World Series 
championship 



COACHING EX 

1992-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 
1989-1991 Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) High School, Assistant Coach 



P E R I E N C E 



Years 



S S I S T A N T COACHING 

School Accomplishments 



POSITIONS 



1998-99 
1997-98 
1996-97 
1995-96 
1994-95 
1993-94 
1992-93 
1991-92 



University 
University 
University 
University 
University 
University 
University 
University 



of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 
of Maryland 



NCAA Tournament, South Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16' 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

NCAA Tournament. Midwest Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 



INTERNATIONAL E X P E R I E 

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

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



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PLAYING E X P E 

1986-89, Catholic University, basketball letterwinner 



R I E N C E 



PLAYING HONORS 

• Catholic team captain, 1989 

PERSONAL 

Education: Catholic University, 1989, B.S. in history 
Date of Birth: October 1, 1966 



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Troy 
wainwright 

Director of Basketball 

Operations 

4th Year at Maryland 

Maryland '90 




C H I N C ST 

Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball op- 
erations, is in his fourth year as a member of head 
coach Gary Williams' staff. He is an essential part of 
the success of the team, both on and off the court, 
and is responsible for the administration of the bas- 
ketball office. 

Wainwright is responsible for all internal opera- 
tions of the basketball program and serves as a liai- 
son to the athletic department including Deborah 
Yow, Maryland's director of athletics. He is involved 
in the day-to-day operations of the team, including 
budgetary matters, team travel, on-campus hous- 
ing and dining contracts. In addition, Wainwright is 
responsible for non-conference scheduling and works 
with the conference office to coordinate the Terps' 
ACC schedule. 

A native of Berlin, Md., Wainwright has played 
an integral role in the Terps' success since his arrival. 
The Terps have appeared in the NCAA Tournament 
three times, advanced to the semifinals of the ACC 
Tournament three times, and have averaged more 
than 23 wins a season during his three seasons with 
the Terps. In both 1998 and 1999 the Terps advanced 
to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament. In 1999, 
Maryland won a school-record 28 games and was 
ranked No. 5 in the nation. In 1998, the Terps played 
the nation's toughest schedule according to the 
Sagarin ratings and were ranked 15th in the final na- 
tional polls. 

Among Wainwright's chief responsibilities is the 
coordination of team travel plans. Wainwright coor- 
dinates all transportation (air and ground) as well as 
hotel accommodations. During his tenure, Wain- 
wright has successfully coordinated travel to three 
NCAA Tournaments, three ACC Tournaments, Hawaii 
and Puerto Rico as well as every regular season game. 

Wainwright is the tournament director for the 
annual Gary Williams golf tournament that raises 
money to endow scholarships for the basketball pro- 
gram. The tournament has raised more than 
$100,000 during the four years since Wainwright's 



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arrival. As tournament director, Wainwright helps 
solicit sponsorships and players, and helps with course 
management on the day of the event. In addition, 
he coordinates 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 co- 
ordinate virtually every aspect of the camp includ- 
ing housing, meals and camp speakers. The 1999 
Gary Williams camp was the largest in its history as it 
attracted more than 1,000 overnight campers in a 
three-week period. 

Wainwright received his bachelor of science de- 
gree 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 ex- 
ecutive at the Washington Times from 1994-96. 

Wainwright served as head manager for the 
basketball team during Williams' first season at Mary- 
land, 1990. He accompanied the Terps as they ad- 
vanced to the second round of the 1990 National 
Invitation Tournament. He served as the team's as- 
sistant manager for the three years preceding Will- 
iams' arrival in College Park. 




EXPERIENCE 

1996-present University of Maryland, Director of Basketball Operations 



Years 



OPERATIONS POSITIONS 

School Accomplishments 



1998-99 University of Maryland NCAA Tournament, South Regional Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

1997-98 University of Maryland NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

1996-97 University of Maryland NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE 

• 1986-90, University of Maryland, Team Manager 

PERSONAL 

Education: University of Maryland, 1990, B.S., sociology 
Date Of Birth: June 7, 1967 



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COACHING 



STAFF 




Cleo Long- 
Thomas 

Administrative Assistant 

to the Head Coach 

9th Year at Maryland 



Cleo Long-Thomas is in her ninth season as the ad- 
ministrative assistant to head coach Gary Williams. She 
coordinates the professional schedules of coach Williams 
and the assistant coaching staff. In addition, she is re- 
sponsible for the overall administration and the day-to- 
day managerial duties of the basketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordinates Williams' schedule for 
departmental meetings, out-of-town speaking engage- 
ments and appearances. She also coordinates all travel 
arrangements for the entire coaching staff. During the 
season, she produces the daily practice plans for the 
coaching staff. Long-Thomas plans and coordinates the 
Terps' annual honor banquet including all invitations, 
decorations, seating and banquet room setup. She also 
arranges the senior day activities at the final home game 
of the season each year. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the 
proud parents of three children: Tyrone, 31, Jabari, 25, 
and Raven, 16. She also has one grandchild, T.J., 3. 




Jennifer 
Taylor 

Office Assistant 




Carole 
Bucco 

Administrative Assistant 

to the Assistant Coaches 

1st Year at Maryland 




John 
Bowie 

Equipment Manager 
nth Year at Maryland 



Carole Bucco is in her first year working with the 
University of Maryland men's basketball program serv- 
ing as the administrative assistant to the assistant 
coaches for recruiting. 

Bucco coordinates all recruiting correspondence and 
mail-outs to prospective members of the team. In addi- 
tion, she assists the coaches in preparation of scouting 
reports throughout the season. She is also responsible 
for assisting the coordination, planning and registration 
of the annual Gary Williams summer basketball camp 

Bucco graduated from the University of Maryland 
in 1993. After she graduated, she worked for the Uni- 
versity of Maryland University College for two years, then 
for two small companies before coming back to Mary- 
land. 

Carole and her husband, Bill, currently reside in New 
Carrollton, Md., but are in the process of building a new 
house in Highland, Md 



John Bowie, who has accompanied the Terps to 
seven postseason tournaments, is in his 11th season as 
the equipment manager for the men's basketball team. 
Bowie has worked with head coach Gary Williams since 
his arrival prior to 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 bas- 
ketball, 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 11 years, Marsha, 
have two children: Damn, 11, and Adrian. 10. 




Team Managers (from left): Stephen Wheeler, Chris Underwood, Matt Zebersky, head coach Gary Williams, 
David Soskin, Patrick Donnelly, Josh Hollander, Nikhil Verma. 



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Maryland Sports Medicine 



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.. serves as the head team physi- 
cian. Dr. Curl is part of the growing University Sports Medicine program of the 
University of Maryland Medical Center, which also provides medical care for the 
Baltimore Ravens of the NFL, UMBC, Coppm 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 coaching and the best comprehensive health care Dr. Curl is an excellent 
physician who understands college athletics It is especially gratifying for us to 
partner with our medical center in the same fashion as other ACC institutions do 
with their medical schools, like North Carolina, Virginia, Duke and Wake Forest." 

Leigh Ann Curt, M.D., Head Team Physician 

Leigh Ann Curl, a former All-American basketball player at the University 
of Connecticut and a 1998 inductee into the CTE Academic All-America Hall of 
Fame, is beginning her third year as Maryland's head team physician. 

Dr Curl, who is a member of the University of Maryland School of Medi- 
cine 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 pub- 
lic schools recreation program. 

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 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 basketball team, serving two years as team captain, and became the 
third women's basketball player in school history to score 1,000 points She 
currently ranks 10th in career points and fifth in rebounds at UConn, A two- 
time CTE Academic All-America, Curl also was a two-time Big East Conference 
Scholar-Athlete of the Year. 

Yvette Rooks, M.D., Primary Care Physician 

Dr Yvette Rooks is in her first year as the primary care physician for 
Maryland's athletic program. Dr. Rooks graduated with honors from the State 
University of New York at Albany where she was a four-year starter on the vol- 
leyball team. Dr. Rooks graduated from Upstate Medical School/Health Science 
Center in Syracuse, NY, in 1993, and she completed her residency in family medi- 
cine and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. 
She is an assistant professor in the department of family medicine at University 
of Maryland, Baltimore, and is the co-team physician at Coppm State 




Dr. Leigh Ann Curl 




Dr. Yvette Rooks 



1.1 Bush 




Dr. Sacared Bodison 




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Dr. Stephen Fahey 




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 seventh 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 players and supervises all rehabilitative ef- 
forts 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 championship of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1975 
and averaged 23 wins a season during his tenure. 

Beginning with the 1976 football season, Bush worked with the Terp 
football team until 1992, when he returned to Cole Field House and the 
basketball team 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 ad- 
vanced kinesiology course on care and prevention of athletic injuries for 
the University, and is a frequent lecturer throughout the Mid-Atlantic re- 
gion of the United States on the latest training methods 

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 committee at the 
national level and is a past president of the Maryland Athletic Trainers 
Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla,, Bush, 52, graduated from Florida 
State University in 1969. He and his wife Cina have two children, Brandon 
and Jordan. 

Student Health Center 

Dr. Sacared Bodison and Dc Stepnen Fahey are the two full-time cam- 
pus 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 10th 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 director of the Student Health Center and is a member of the 
Maryland Athletic Council. 




Dr. Leigh Ann Curl working with Obinna Ekezie last season after he tore his Achilles. Maryland massage therapist Geoff Gilbert working on Terence Morris. 












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• Terence Moms is a 
candidate for the 
wooden and Naismith 
awards as college 
basketball's top player. 
He was named as the 
top forward in the 
nation by the Sporting 
News prior to the 1999- 
2000 season. 

• Lonny Baxter started 

10 of Maryland's final 

11 games of the 1998-99 
season. He started five 
regular season games, 
two in the ace Tourna- 
ment and three in the 
NCAA Tournament. 

• Juan Dixon and Danny 
Miller played in 34 
games as freshmen. 
They were two of only 
five freshmen in the 
ace to play in as many 
games during the 1998- 
99 season. 



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Terence Morris 

Matt Harm 

LeRon Cephas 

Mike Mardesich 

Earl Badu 

Lonny Baxter 

Juan Dixon 

Danny Miller 

Steve Blake 

Tahj Holden 

Drew Nicholas 

Byron Mouton 



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Terence 
Morris 

Junior * Forward 

6-9 • 205 

Frederick, Md. 

Thomas Johnson 



WHAT THEY ARE SAYINC 



"Terence Morris is one of the dominating players in 
college basketball He does everything well. He has 
amazing ability and a true finesse about his game 
that you don't see from too many players in col- 
lege basketball I love his game because he seems 
to do everything so effortlessly He is a true prime 
time player and will be an All- American this season." 

Dick Vitale 
ESPN/ABC Sports 

"He's the best forward at Maryland since Len Bias 
and one of the top All-America candidates in col- 
lege basketball this season. He could be best front 
court player in America " 

Dick Weiss 
New York Daily News 

"Every once in a while you have a player where you 
don't see any ceiling to his game Terence has a 
chance to be great, and I don't say that about a lot 
of players." 

Gary Williams 
University of Maryland 

"He'll be Scottie Pippen-like in the NBA, except that 
he's taller If he had Pippen's strength, which he'll 
have one day, the sky's the limit." 

Dave Odom 
Wake Forest University 

"I did not see a smoother performer during the 
1998-99 season than Terence Morris. People can 
say that he is not as physical as many players around 
the nation but he is as talented as any player I have 
seen. He shoots the ball so well, can put it on the 
floor and finishes with incredible ability. I think he 
is an absolute star." 

Jay Bilas 
ESPN 



All-America Candidate 




On Morris: An All-America candidate as one of the most 
versatile players in college basketball ,., an All-America 
honorable mention selection by the Associated Press 
and AII-ACC first-team selection by the Atlantic Coast 
Sports Writers Association following his sensational 
sophomore season in 1999 ... only the fourth sopho- 
more in school history to earn AII-ACC 
first-team honors ... finished fifth in 
the voting for ACC Player of the Year 
in 1999 ... a two-time AII-ACC honoree 
... first-team all-league as a sopho- 
more and honorable mention all- 
freshman during his inaugural colle- 
giate season ... the only player in 
school history to record back-to-back 
double/doubles in points and re- 
bounds in the NCAA Tournament ... 
totaled 18 points and 10 rebounds 
against Valparaiso and 20 points and 12 re- 
bounds against Creighton in the 1999 tour- 
nament ... among the most versatile play- 
ers in the ACC ... he was the only confer- 
ence player to finish among the league's 
top 10 in field-goal percentage (third), 
blocked shots (third), free-throw percent 
age (fourth), rebounds (eighth), scoring 
(10 th ) and steals (10 th ) during the 1998-99 
season ... all-tournament team selection at 
the Puerto Rico Shootout as he averaged 
14.3 points, 8 7 rebounds and shot 70.8 per- 
cent from the field (17-of-24) ... the Terps 
defeated AU Puerto Rico, NCAA Tournament 
participant UCLA and Pittsburgh to win the 
tournament championship ... enters his jun- 
ior season with 106 career blocks to rank 
sixth all-time at Maryland ... ranks seventh 
all-time in school history with a .542 field 
goal shooting percentage ... needs only 243 
points to become the 35 th player in school 
history to score 1,000 career points ... only 
14 players in school history have reached the 
1,000-point plateau during or before their jun- 
ior seasons ... has 77 steals in his first 66 career 
games for a 1.2 steals per game average ... says 
head coach Gary Williams about Morris: "Every once 
in a while you have a player where you don't see any 
ceiling to his game. Terence has a chance to be great, 
and I don't say that about a lot of players." .. said 
Valparaiso head coach Homer Drew during the 1999 
NCAA Tournament: "We felt we really needed to 
control Morris. And we could not. He can shoot 
the three. He puts the ball on the floor. He 
gets to the rim. He is something special." 
... adds Wake Forest's Dave Odom: "He'l 
be Scottie Pippen-like in the NBA, except 
that he's taller." ... presents matchup prob- 
lems at the forward position because of his 
speed and quick footwork ... uses his quickness 
to take players outside where he is comfortable 




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on defense and uses his foot speed to beat a post-up 
defender to his favorite spot on the floor ... played in- 
ternationally for the first time in his career prior to his 
sophomore season as a member of the Acropolis Cup 
team which represented the United States in Greece 
as a preliminary event to the 1998 World Champion- 
ships ... averaged 6.3 points and 4.0 rebounds 
in three games as the U.S. finished in second 
place in the tournament. 

As a Sophomore: All-America honorable-men- 
tion selection and AII-ACC first-team selec- 
tion as he averaged a career-high 15.3 
points and a career-high and team-leading 
7.1 rebounds per game ... joined former 
Terp All-Americans John Lucas, Tom 
McMillen and Joe Smith as the only Mary- 
i land sophomores to earn AII-ACC hon- 
ors ... earned career highs in every sta- 
tistical category as his total minutes 
nearly doubled ... as a freshman Morris 
played 511 minutes and averaged 16.0 
minutes played per game ... as a sopho- 
more Morris played 999 minutes and av- 
eraged 29.4 minutes played per game 
led the Terps in rebounding (7,1 rpg) and 
blocked shots (2.3 bpg) while finishing sec- 
ond in scoring (15.3 ppg), field goal shoot- 
/[ ing (.551 land free throw shooting (.825)... 

SJ | among all-time Maryland sophomores, his 
521 points ranks sixth-best, his 242 re- 
bounds ranks tied for eighth, and his 15.3 
points is 12 th best ,., blocked a single-sea- 
son career-high 77 shots in 1999 which 
ranks as the sixth-best single-season effort 
in school history ... his 77 blocked shots is 
the second best single-season effort by a 
. Maryland sophomore behind only Joe 
Smith's 97 blocked shots during the 1994- 
95 season ... finished third in the ACC with 
a 2.3 blocked shots per game average ... 
he blocked more shots (77) than Wake 
Forest did as a team (64) during the 
1998-99 season ... a career-high six 
blocked shots came at Virginia on Jan. 7, 
1999 ... blocked five shots against then No. 
12 North Carolina on Feb. 13 ... had three or 
more blocks in 17 games and multiple blocks in 
23 of Maryland's 34 games (67.6 percent) ... 
scored a single-season career-high 521 points and 
ranked 10 th in the ACC with a career-high 15.3 points 
per game average ... his 521 points ranked as the 21 s '- 
best single-season scoring effort in school history 
scored in double figures in 28 of Maryland's 34 
games (82.4 percent) and scored 20 or more points 
a career-best eight times ... led the Terps in scor- 
, ing a team and career-high 11 times ... scored 
20 or more points against three different 
ranked teams ... ranked second on the team 



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and third in the ACC with a career-high 55.1 field goal 
shooting percentage ... shot 60 percent or better from 
the field 14 times during the season and reached the 
70 percent plateau six times ... season-high .909 on 10- 
of-11 shooting from the field against DePaul on Dec. 7 
... scored a career-high 10 field goals in back-to-back 
games against DePaul (22 points) and then No. 5 Ken- 
tucky (26 points) ... finished fourth in the ACC with 196 
field goals made ... ranked second on the team and 
fourth in the ACC with a career-high .825 free-throw 
shooting percentage ,., hit a career-best 21 consecu- 
tive free throws in a seven-game stretch from Dec. 7 
through Jan. 7 ... also hit 20 straight (from Jan. 10 
through Feb. 6) and 15 consecutive (from Nov. 
17 through Nov 25) credited with a career- /^J" 
high 50 steals which tied for the 15 tn best 
single-season effort in school history and I 
ranked him 10 th in the ACC ... scored a ca- 
reer-high 104 free throws on a career-high 126 
free throw attempts ... improved his free- 
throw shooting percentage by 15 percent- 
age points from his freshman season (.825- 
.695 percent) ... only the 12 tn sophomore in 
school history to lead the Terps in rebound- 
ing with a career-high 7.1 rebounds per-game 
average in 1999 ... ranked eighth in ACC re- 
bounding average ... more than doubled his 
per-game rebounding average from his 
freshman season (71-5.5) ... grabbed a ca- 
reer-high 16 rebounds as Maryland won at 
NC State on Feb. 10 ... his 16 rebounds ranked 
as the most by a Terp player during the 1998- 
99 season ... pulled down double-figure re- 
bounds a career-high and team-leading six 
games ... his 12 defensive rebounds against 
the Wolfpack were the most by a Terp 
player during the season ... ranked seventh 
in the ACC with a 2.6 offensive rebounds 
per-game average ... more than doubled his 
assists (56-25) and blocked shots (77-29) 
while nearly doubling his steals totals (50- 
27) from his freshman season to his sopho- 
more season ... improved on his statistical 
output and became more of a defensive 
stopper in the final 10 games of the 1998- 
99 season following the season-ending in- 
jury to starting center Obinna Ekezie on 
Feb. 9 ... averaged 8.1 rebounds, 2.6 
blocked shots and 1.7 steals per game with 
Ekezie on the bench ... prior to Ekezie's in- 
jury, he had averaged 6.7 rebounds, 2.2 
blocked shots and 1.4 steals per game in 
the first 24 games of the season ... was out- 
standing against North Carolina in the Smith Center on 
Jan. 13 ... scored 20 points on eight-of-1 2 shooting from 
the field with five rebounds and two blocks as the Terps 
won in Chapel Hill for the third time in four tries ... was 
seven-of-nine from the field with 16 total points in what 
head coach Gary Williams called "possibly the most im- 
portant half we had from a player all year." ... scored his 
career high of 26 points at Kentucky on Dec. 5 and at 
Clemson on Jan. 24 ... his 26 points against Clemson 
included one of the most important baskets of the en- 
tire 1998-99 season ... in playing perhaps his best all- 






7T~ E R PROF 

around game as a collegian, Morns capped his perfor- 
mance as he swished an 18-foot jump shot from the 
right baseline with 14 seconds remaining in overtime 
to give the Terps an important 81-79 ACC road victory 
... Morris came off a screen on Maryland's final posses- 
sion of the game and hit the jumper on a pass from 
guard Terrell Stokes ... said Williams after the game: 
"Terence was open, but the shot was still hard consid- 
ering the situation." ... Morris scored 12 of Maryland's 
first 19 points and had 18 points in the first 21 min- 
utes of the game. 

As a Freshman: Honorable mention AII-ACC Freshman 
Team selection ... averaged 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 sea- 
son significantly as compared to the first 
16 games of the season . averaged 84 
points, 3.8 rebounds, and 16.9 min- 
utes per game while shooting .564 
from the field (53-94) and .407 from 
3-point range (11-27) in the final 16 
games of the season as compared 
to 6.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and 15.1 
minutes per game, .475 percent 
field-goal shooting (38-80) and 20.0 
percent 3-point field goal shooting 
(two-of-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 ... averaged 10.5 points 
and was one of five Terps to average in 
double figure scoring in the ACC Tour- 
nament ... 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 f ive-of-f ive from the field 
in his ACC Tournament coming-out- 
party against Georgia Tech in the first 
round ... scored seven consecutive 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 over- 
time 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 2.07 rebounds ... was perfect 
from the field against Utah State in the first round, go- 
ing three-f or-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 




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• Morns tied his career high of 26 points and scored 
the game- winning basket in overtime as Maryland de- 
feated Clemson, 81-79 in overtime, onJan.24, 1999. 
His 26 points included one of the most important 
baskets of the 1998-99 season He swished an 18- 
foot jump shot from the right baseline with 18 sec- 
onds remaining in overtime to give the Terps the 
victory. Moms took a pass from Terrell Stokes after 
coming off a screen and hit the shot over the Tiger 
defense. He scored 12 of Maryland's first 1 9 points 
of the game and had 18 points in the first 21 min- 
utes of the game 

• Mornsscored 17 points and grabbed a career-high 
16 rebounds in leading Maryland past NC State, 63- 
50, on Feb. 10, 1999. He also added four blocks and 
two steals as Maryland played its first game without 
center Obinna Ekezie. who had ruptured the Achil- 
les' tendon in his right foot the night before Mary- 
land played in Raleigh 

• Morns scored his career high of 26 points against 
Kentucky on Dec. 12, 1998 at Rupp Arena. He 
grabbed six rebounds, had three steals and blocked 
one shot. He scored a career-high 10 field goals and 
was perfect (five-of-five) from the free throw line 

• Morris displayed his awesome potential to the na- 
tion in the NCAA Tournament as he scored 1 1 points, 
blocked two shots and had two steals in only 1 1 min- 
utes against Arizona on March 19, 1998. He hit a 
pair of 3-point shots in the second half as Maryland 
climbed back in to the nationally televised game 




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CAREER HIGHS 



at Kentucky (12-12-98) 
at Clemson (1-24-991 
vs. DePaul (12-7-98) 
at Kentucky (12-12-98) 
at Kentucky 912-12-98) 
vs. Utah State (5-12-98) 
vs. Georgia Tech (3-6-98) 
at NC State (1-10-98) 
at North Carolina (2-14-98) 
vs. North Carolina (3-6-99) 
vs. eight teams (last vs 
Virginia 2-6-99) 
at Florida State (2-27-99) 
at Florida State (2-27-99) 
vs. 22 teams (last vs. 
St. John's 3-18-99) 
vs Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs. Valparaiso (3-18-99) 
at NC State (2-10-99) 
at NC State (2-10-99) 
vs. Creighton (3-13-99) 
vs. Virginia (1-7-99) 
at Georgia Tech (1-19-99) 
at Clemson (1-24-99) 



PTS 


26 


FGM 


10 


FCA 
FG% 


18 
100.0 


3FCM 4 
3FGA S 
3FG% 100 


FTM 
FTA 
FT% 


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12 

100.0 



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REBS 


16 


AST 


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BLK 


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STL 


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nationally televised game ... helped the Terps win at NC 



State for the fourth consecutive 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 Wolf pack's 3-point shoot- 
ing prowess ... head coach Gary Williams went to the 3-2 
zone with Morris at the point on the play right before 
Morns' 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 outstanding 
in his first career game against the nation's No. 1 team, 
North Carolina ... scored 10 points, including three in over- 
time, 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 over- 
time 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 Na- 
tional Player-of-the-Year Antawn Jamison 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 comeback against Wake For- 
est on Feb. 19 ... played 13 second-half minutes 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 mbounds 
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 11 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: An All-America second-team se- 
lection and the eighth-best collegiate prospect in the 



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1 


9 9 


8 


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Date 


Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPtS 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-1 


20 


7-11 


.636 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 





2 16 


N17 


UMBC 


1-1 


27 


6-11 


545 


1-1 


1.000 


6-6 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


2 


2 


3 


4 


2 19 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-1 


24 


7-12 


.583 


1-3 


.333 


7-7 


1.000 


4-4 


8 


2 





1 


3 


22 


N23 


Duquesne 


1-1 


29 


7-9 


778 


0-1 


.000 


4-5 


.800 


1-5 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 18 


N26 


All Puerto Rico 


1-1 


20 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


.000 


4-6 


667 


4-3 


7 


1 


1 








12 


N27 


# 10 UCLA 


1-1 


33 


9-12 


750 


1-1 


1.000 


3-4 


750 


4-7 


11 


3 


3 


4 


2 


3 22 


N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-1 


20 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-5 


8 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 9 


D3 


Wake Forest 


1-1 


23 


6-8 


750 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3 


2 


3 


1 


3 


2 15 


D6 


# 5 Stanford 


1-1 


34 


4-7 


571 


1-1 


1.000 


2-4 


500 


1-4 


5 


1 


3 


2 


3 


2 11 


D7 


DePaul 


1-1 


31 10-11 


.909 


0-0 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


4-2 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 22 


D12 


# 5 Kentucky 


1-1 


34 10-18 


.556 


1-3 


.333 


5-5 


1.000 


2-4 


6 


3 





2 


1 


3 26 


D19 


Princeton 


1-1 


27 


3-5 


.600 


0-2 


000 


3-3 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


3 


2 


2 


1 


2 9 


D23 


North Texas 


1-1 


21 


2-5 


400 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


1.000 


1-8 


9 


1 





1 


3 


1 7 


D27 


S. Carolina State 


1-1 


24 


5-9 


556 


0-0 


000 


4-4 


1.000 


2-5 


7 


3 


3 


3 


3 


14 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-1 


28 


7-15 


467 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


4-5 


9 


3 


1 


3 


1 


1 16 


J7 


Virginia 


1-1 


32 


5-8 


.625 


0-1 


.000 


7-10 


700 


2-2 


4 


2 


1 


3 


6 


17 


J10 


NC State 


1-1 


20 


4-9 


.444 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-4 


6 


1 





1 


3 


3 10 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-1 


36 


8-12 


667 


0-1 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


3 





2 


2 


1 20 


J19 


Georgia Tech 


1-1 


34 


9-15 


.600 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


4-6 


10 


2 


2 


1 


2 


4 20 


J24 


Clemson 


1-1 


40 


9-12 


750 


3-5 


.600 


5-5 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


2 


2 


1 


26 


J27 


Florida State 


1-1 


31 


6-7 


.857 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


5-1 


6 


1 


4 


3 





2 16 


J31 


Wake Forest 


1-1 


33 


6-16 


.375 


3-7 


429 


0-0 


.000 


4-7 


11 


4 





5 


2 


1 15 


F3 


# 2 Duke 


1-1 


25 


3-9 


333 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


000 


2-5 


7 


4 





5 


4 


7 


F6 


Virginia 


1-1 


29 


6-7 


857 


1-1 


1.000 


3-3 


1.000 


3-5 


8 


2 


1 





3 


1 16 


F10 


NC State 


1-1 


36 


7-12 


583 


0-2 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


4-12 


16 


1 





3 


4 


2 17 


F13 


#10 N. Carolina 


1-1 


32 


5-13 


385 


2-5 


400 


2-2 


1.000 


4-5 


9 


3 


2 


2 


5 


1 14 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-1 


29 


6-12 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


000 


3-3 


6 


1 


3 


1 


2 


2 13 


F24 


Clemson 


1-1 


29 


3-9 


333 


2-5 


.400 


4-6 


.667 


1-5 


6 


3 


3 


1 


3 


12 


F27 


Florida State 


1-1 


34 


3-9 


333 


1-3 


333 


9-12 


.750 


1-6 


7 


3 


3 


1 


3 


2 16 


M5 


Florida State (ACC 


) 1-1 


26 


2-10 


.200 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


500 


2-1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 5 


M6 


#15 N. Carolina (A 


CO 1-1 


31 


5-13 


.385 


2-8 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-6 


8 


2 


2 


1 





1 12 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAA 


1-1 


34 


8-15 


.533 


0-1 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


5-5 


10 


2 


3 








18 


M13 


Creighton (NCAA) 


1-1 


36 


6-11 


.546 


1-4 


.250 


7-8 


875 


1-11 


12 


3 


5 


4 


3 


3 20 


M18 


#8 St. John's (NC/ 


A) 1-1 


37 


3-10 


.300 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


5 


I 


2 


3 


3 9 



nation by Bob Gibbons following his senior season ... a 
fourth team All-American by Parade Magazine follow- 
ing 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 ca- 
reer ... shot 62.7 percent (592-944) from the field dur- 
ing his career ... played for the Capital All-Star team in 
the Capital Classic at USAirways Arena following his se- 
nior 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 ... named to the all-tournament 
team at the Charlie Weber AAU Invitational which was 
held in Cole Field House prior to the start of his senior 
season . averaged nearly 20 points per game as he led 
his team to the tournament semifinals ... scored 24 
points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked five shots in 
the semifinals of the tournament ,., averaged 24 points 
per game at the Herndon Shootout at Catholic Univer- 
sity prior to his senior season ... named as the Frederick 
County Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... beat 
out Nate James of Duke as the County Player of the 
Year as a junior ... the unanimous selection for area 



Player of the Year honors as a senior ... averaged 21.4 
points and 13.8 rebounds as a junior ... averaged 19 
points and 13 rebounds while shooting 76 percent from 
two-point range and 36 of 79 from 3-point range dur- 
ing his first two varsity seasons ... pre-season All- 
America third-team by Street and Smith's prior to his 
senior season ,., named as the 12 m -best forward/cen- 
ter by the Adidas Recruiting Service entering his senior 
season ... an intimidating shot blocker, he set a tourna- 
ment record of 30 blocks at the Galaxo Wellcome U.S. 
Challenge in Raleigh, NC, during his senior season ... 
named the Outstanding Player of the Tournament as 
he scored 66 points and grabbed 41 rebounds in three 
games ... earned the "Outstanding" title despite Tho- 
mas Johnson's third-place finish in the tournament ... 
his 30 blocks broke the previous tournament record 
which had been held by current NBA player Shawn Bra- 
dley ... scored a triple-double of 24 points, 12 rebounds 
and 11 assists against Raleigh's Athens Drive High School 
... the tournament was played at NC State's famed 
Reynolds Coliseum scored 20 points and pulled down 
17 rebounds in the first game of the tournament 
against Oak Hill (Va.) Academy ... outplayed current NBA 
player Tim Thomas as a junior during the Charm City 
Classic in Baltimore ... Morris outscored Thomas 23-22 
and outrebounded him 15-4 in the only head-to-head 
meeting between the players in earning game MVP 
honors ... an all-area selection as a starter on the Tho- 
mas Johnson varsity as a sophomore and averaged 17.0 
points and 12.9 rebounds per game. 



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Personal: Born Jan 11, 1979 ... his full name is Terence 
Darea Morris „ 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 art studio 




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9 9 


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Date 


Opponent 


G-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


spts 


N14 


# 7 South Carolina 1-0 


22 


1-5 


.200 


1-2 


500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 


3 


1 3 


N18 


Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 


15 


4-8 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-1 


4 


1 





2 


1 


3 8 


N22 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-0 


19 


3-6 


.750 


0-0 


000 


3-4 


750 


1-5 


6 





2 


1 


1 


9 


N25 


Fla International 


1-0 


17 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 





1 


2 11 


D4 


# 17 Clemson 


1-0 


20 


3-5 


600 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


5 





6 


D7 


# 2 Kansas 


1-0 


16 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-1 


4 


1 





2 


1 


1 3 


D8 


Ceo. Washington 


1-0 


10 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


0-4 


4 


2 


1 





1 


3 


D13 


UMBC 


1-0 


17 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


500 


3-3 


6 


2 


2 


3 


1 


2 7 


D22 


UNC-Asheville 


1-0 


17 


6-7 


.857 


0-0 


.000 


8-10 


.800 


3-2 


5 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 20 


D27 


UNC-Wilmington 


1-0 


9 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


4 


1 


2 


1 


6 


D30 


Missouri 


1-0 


9 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-0 


1 


2 





2 





1 3 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


17 


1-4 


250 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


3 


5 


3 


6 


2 


1 2 


J7 


# 13 Florida State 


1-0 


7 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2 














4 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


11 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


1-1 


1000 


0-1 


1 





1 








3 


J14 


# 1 N Carolina 


1-0 


18 


4-5 


.800 


1-1 


1.000 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


1 


2 





2 


2 


10 


J17 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


17 


2-8 


250 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


3-1 


4 


2 





1 





4 


J21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


16 


5-9 


.556 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-1 


4 


3 


1 








1 13 


J24 


# 23 Clemson 


1-0 


13 


2-5 


.400 


1-2 


500 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 





1 


1 


1 


7 


J29 


# 1 Duke 


1-0 


19 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


8-10 


800 


3-7 


10 


3 





2 





12 


F1 


Virginia 


1-0 


19 


4-7 


..571 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


6 





1 








1 8 


F7 


Florida State 


1-0 


19 


4-5 


800 


0-1 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


1 











10 


F11 


NC State 


1-0 


15 


1-2 


500 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


.000 


2-0 


2 








4 


1 


1 2 


F14 


# 1 N. Carolina 


1-0 


24 


6-12 


.500 


4-6 


.667 


0-0 


000 


2-3 


5 


1 





1 


1 


2 16 


F19 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


24 


6-7 


.857 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


1-5 


6 


2 


3 


3 





2 12 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


16 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-5 


3 





1 








7 


F24 


Virginia 


1-0 


19 


2-5 


400 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-4 


4 


2 








2 


1 4 


F28 


Temple 


1-0 


10 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


M6 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 1-0 


12 


5-5 


1.000 


1-1 


000 


1-1 


100 


2-1 


3 


1 





2 


1 


1 12 


M7 


# 4 N. Carolina (ACC) 1-0 


25 


4-9 


444 


1-4 


000 


0-1 


000 


3-2 


5 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 9 


M12 


Utah State (NCAA) 1-0 


16 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


1 


2 


7 


M14 


# 23 Illinois (NCAA) 1-0 


8 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











M19 


# 4 Arizona (NCAA) 1-0 


15 


4-8 


.500 


3-6 


500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 11 



R E E R 



STAT 



YEAR 
1998-99 
1997-98 
CAREER 



G-GS 
34-34 
32-0 
66-34 



FG-FGA 
195-354 

91-174 
286-528 



.PCT 
355 
.351 
.354 



FT-FTA 

104-126 

41-59 

145-185 



.PCT 
825 

695 
.784 



PTS-AVC 
521-15.3 
236-7.4 
757-11.5 



S T 

OFF 
REB 



47 
135 



I C S 

DEF TOT 

REB REB-AVG 

154 242-71 

66 113-3.5 

220 355-5.4 



PF-D 
79-2 
57-2 
136-4 



AST 
56 
25 
81 



TO 
67 
46 
113 



BLK 
77 
29 
106 



STL 

50 
27 
77 



MIN 

999 

511 

1,510 



ACC 



STAT 



S T 



YEAR 
1998-99 
1997-98 
CAREER 



G-GS FG-FGA 

16-16 93-173 

16-0 48-92 

32-16 141-265 



.PCT 
.538 
522 
.532 



\-3-POINT-\ 

FG-FCA .PCT 

16-44 364 

7-17 412 

23-61 .377 



FT-FTA 
48-58 
17-24 
65-82 



.PCT 
.828 
.708 
.793 



PTS-AVG 
250-15.6 
120-75 
370-11.6 



OFF 

REB 
44 
22 
66 



C S 

DEF 
REB 

74 
36 
110 



TOT 

REB-AVG 

118-7.4 

58-3.6 

176-5.5 



PF-D 
37-0 
27-1 
64-1 



AST 

25 
11 
36 



TO 

34 
24 
58 



BLK 
44 
10 
54 



STL 
22 



MIN 
491 
9 274 
31 765 



NCAA 



TOURNAMENT 



STAT 



S T 



YEAR 
1998-99 
1997-98 
CAREER 



C-GS 
3-3 
3-0 
6-3 



FG-FGA 
17-36 
7-14 
24-50 



.PCT 

472 
.500 
.480 



\-3-POINT-\ 

FG-FGA PCT 

2-8 .250 

3-7 429 

5-15 .333 



FT-FTA 

11-14 

1-2 

12-16 



.PCT 
786 
.500 
.750 



PTS-AVG 
47-15.7 
18-6.0 
65-10.8 



OFF 

REB 

7 

3 

10 



DEF 
REB 

19 

3 
22 



TOT 
REB-AVG 
26-8.7 
6-2.0 
32-5.3 



PF-D 
10-1 
6-1 
16-2 



C S 

AST 
9 
3 
12 



TO 

6 
4 
10 



BLK 

6 
4 

10 



STL 
6 
2 
8 



MIN 
107 
39 
146 



CAREER 



STATIST 



C S 



V S 



ACC 



TEAMS 



Team 

Clemson 
Duke 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



G-GS FG-FGA 



4-2 
4-2 
5-3 
5-2 
6-3 
4-2 
4-2 
5-2 



17-31 
13-33 
17-37 
28-47 
32-64 
13-24 
17-27 
28-54 



.PCT 

548 
394 
459 
596 
500 
.542 
.630 
519 



\-3-POINT-\ 
FG-FGA PCT 



6-13 
1-6 
1-5 
3-8 

10-23 
0-4 
1-3 

5-13 



.461 
167 
.200 
375 
.435 
.000 
.333 
.385 



FT-FTA 
11-13 
10-12 
16-20 

6-7 

7-10 

6-9 
10-13 

1-2 



.PCT 

.846 
833 
800 
857 
700 
.667 
.769 
.500 



PTS-AVG 
51-12.8 

37-9.3 
51-102 
65-13.0 
81-13.5 

32-8.0 
45-11.3 
62-12.4 



OFF 

REB 
4 
10 
11 
13 
11 
8 
7 
15 



DEF 
REB 
10 
19 
9 
15 
18 
17 
15 
17 



TOT 
REB-AVG 
14-3.5 
29-7.3 
20-4.0 
28-5.6 
29-4,8 
25-6.3 
22-5.5 
32-6 4 



PF-D 
7-0 
15-0 
7-0 
10-0 
15-0 
2-0 
6-0 
14-0 



AST 

7 
4 
9 
6 
5 
1 
3 
7 



TO 

7 
16 
6 
5 
9 
9 
3 



BLK 
6 
7 
6 
5 
12 
8 
11 
9 



STL 


2 
7 
8 
7 
6 
3 
3 



MIN 
102 
89 
117 
107 
166 
82 
99 
122 



ACROPOLIS CUP TOURNAMENT IN ATHENS, GREECE (JULY 19-22, 1998) 



Team 

Poland 

Japan 

Greece 

TOTALS 



G-GS 

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



FG-FCA 
3-7 
4-8 
1-3 
8-18 



.PCT 
.429 
.500 

333 
.444 



\— 3-POINT- 

FG-FGA 
1-3 
1-3 
0-0 
2-6 



-\ 

.PCT 

.333 

333 

.000 

.333 



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



.PCT 
500 
.000 
.000 
.500 



PTS-AVG 
8-8.0 
9-9.0 
2-2.0 
19-6,3 



OFF 
REB 

2 

2 

3 

7 



DEF 
REB 

3 

2 



5 



TOT 
REB-AVG 
5-5 
4-4.0 
3-3.0 
12-4,0 



PF-D 
0-0 
3-0 
0-0 
3-0 



AST 
2 
2 

4 



TO 

2 

1 
3 



BLK 

3 



STL 

1 
1 
1 
3 

49 



16 
19 
15 
50 




Matt 
Hahn 

Senior * Guard 
6-0 ' 162 

Columbia, Md. 
Atholton 



SIGNATURE GAMES 



• 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. 102-74, 
on Nov. 22, 1997 

• Hahn scored two points and added a career-high 
three assists in four minutes of play as the Terps 
defeated North Texas on Dec. 23, 1998. He grabbed 
his career high of two defensive rebounds . 




CAREER 



HIGHS 



PTS 
FCM 


5 
1 


FCA 


2 


FC% 


100.0 


3FGM 
3FGA 


1 
2 


3FC% 
FTM 


50.0 
3 



FTA 



FT% 


100.0 


OR 


1 


DR 


2 


REBS 


2 


AST 


3 


STL 


2 


MIN 


6 



vs.Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
vs. six teams (last at 
Georgia Tech 2-21-99) 
vs. three teams (last vs. 
UNC-Wilmington, 12-27-97) 
vs. four teams (last vs. 
Georgia Tech 2-21-99) 
vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
vs. UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
vs. UNC-Wilmington (12-27-97) 
vs. UNC-Ashville (12-22-97) 
vs. Mt. St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 
vs. Western Carolina (11-14-98) 
vsMt St. Mary's (11-22-97) 
vs. Florida International (11-25-97) 
vs Lafayette (12-23-96) (2-2) 
vs. Valparaiso (3-11-99) 
vs North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs NC State (1-10-99) 
vs NC State (1-10-99) 




Y E R PROF 

On Hahn: A three-year varsity letterwinner who will add 
depth to Maryland's backcourt .. returns as Maryland's 
lone senior and will play a valuable leadership role both 
on the court and in the locker room ... has seen his 
playing time increase over the course of each of his 
three years in the program ... has worked on every part 
of his game and continues to be one of the team's 
hardest workers .., a member of three NCAA Tourna- 
ment teams at Maryland who has helped the Terps ad- 
vance to a pair of "Sweet 16" appearances with 
his hard work in practice ... Maryland is 27-2 (and 
has won 18 consecutive games) over the course 
of his career during games in which he has 
earned playing time. 

As a Junior: Played in a career-high 14 games J 
and established career highs in nearly ev- 
ery statistical category ... earned more 
minutes as a junior (43) than he did dur- 
ing his freshman and sophomore sea- 
sons combined (32) ... established career 
highs for games played (14), field goals 
made (three), field goal percentage (.750), 
free throws attempted (nine), offensive re- 
bounds (one), defensive rebounds (five), total 
rebounds (six), assists (13), steals (two) and min- 
utes played (43) ... scored two or more points 
in a career-high four games ... played his career 
high of six minutes as Maryland defeated NC 
State on Jan. 10 in Cole Field House ... scored 
two points and was credited with a career-high 
two steals as the Terps defeated the 
Wolfpack ... tied his career high with four . 
ACC appearances- for a total of 14 min- tf 
utes ... in addition to NC State, he also ' 
earned playing time against Wake Forest 
(four minutes), Georgia Tech (three min- 
utes) and at Florida State (one minute) . 
career high of three assists came against '"■•• 
AU Puerto Rico in the first round of the ^^ 

1998 Puerto Rico Shootout and in 
Maryland's victory over North Texas in ] 
Cole Field House ... his previous career high 
had been one assist on several occasions 
... recorded multiple assists in a career-high 
four games ... was a perfect two-for-two 
from the field against ACC teams ... scored 
two points each against NC State and Georgia 
Tech ... his two assists against NC State is his 
career high for assists against an ACC team . 
scored the first ACC Tournament point of his ca- 
reer against Florida State in the 1999 quarterfinal 
round victory by the Terps ... grabbed his career high 
of two rebounds against North Texas .. earned play 
ing time in the NCAA Tournament for the first time as 
Maryland defeated Valparaiso in the first round of the 

1999 tournament .. played the final two minutes of 
the Terps' 82-60 victory over the Crusaders. 

As a Sophomore: Played in 11 games, nearly triple the 
amount he played during his freshman season, and av- 
eraged 1.0 points per game ... established career highs 
for 3-point field goals made (one), free throws made 
(six) and free-throw percentage (.750) ... scored his ca- 




/ 



- 




L E 5 

reer 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 de- 
feated UNC-Asheville on Dec. 22 ... was three-for-four 
from the line in his first two appearances of the sea- 
son 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 at- 
\> tempted during his entire freshman season . 
^ i shot .750 from the free-throw line for the sea- 
/ son ... played his season high of five minutes 
and scored three points against UNC- 
Asheville ... scored three points or more 
y on three different occasions (Mt. St. 

Mary's, Florida International and UNC- 
Asheville) ... credited with four assists 
- one each against Florida interna- 
tional, 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 
1 dunk by Terence Morris ... played in four 
ACC regular season games and 
Maryland's ACC Tournament 
quarterfinal-round victory over Georgia 
Tech in Greensboro, NC. 

As a Freshman: Played in four games dur- 
ing the season while scoring four total 
points ... season 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 
gcfal 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 re- 
bound against Howard, nis first career as- 
sist against Chicago State and his first ca- 
, reer 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 unde- 
feated (4-0) in the games in which Hahn ap- 
peared 

At Atholton: An All-Howard County second- 
. team honoree by the Baltimore Sun and the Co- 
lumbia Flier following his senior season as he av- 
eraged 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 (.820) ... made 
an incredible 62-of-76 free-throw attempts his senior 
season ... was the county's sixth-leading scorer as a 
senior participated in the Charm City (Baltimore) Su- 
per 50 Tournament and was a member of the champi- 
onship team following his junior year ... helped lead 
Atholton to a pair of county championships on the var- 
sity level and one on the junior varsity level ... was tri- 



SO 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



: 










P L A 

captain of the varsity his senior season and co-captain 
of the junior varsity his sophomore season ... the var- 
sity averaged nearly 18 wins a season in his two years 
on the squad. 

Personal: He was born Feb. 27, 1978 ... Matt is the son 
of Billy and Kathy Hahn ... has a sister, Ashley (16) ... All- 
Howard County first-team academic selection as a se- 
nior and a second-team selection as a junior ... a four- 
time recipient of the Maryland Athletic Association's 



Y E R PROF 

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 ... 



I L E S 

would like to be a television or radio sportscaster or 
newspaper sportswriter ... major is journalism ... interned 
at WUSA-TV (Channel 9 in Washington, DC.) during his 
senior year. 




KOQlJ^f*^.-;,^-'.-" MM MM MM KB 










1 


9 9 


8 


- 9 


9 


















Date 


Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


3 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


500 


0-1 


1 














2 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


0-0 

















1 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 





2 


1 








N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











N26 


AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








3 


1 








N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





4 








D3 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 

















D19 


Princeton 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 




















D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


4 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 





3 








2 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


6 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 








2 


1 





2 2 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 








2 


F27 


Florida State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















M5 


Florida State (ACC) 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 








1 


1 





1 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAA) 


1-0 


2 


0-0 

1 


.000 

9 9 


0-0 
7 


.000 

- 9 


0-0 
8 


000 


1-0 


1 

















Date 


Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FC-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N22 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-0 


2 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 

















5 


N25 


Florida International 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


750 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 





3 


D13 


UMBC 


1-0 


3 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 

















1 


D22 


UNC-Asheville 


1-0 


5 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 





3 


D27 


UNC-Wilmington 


1-0 


2 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















J29 


# 1 Duke 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











F11 


NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 




















F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















F28 


Temple 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











M6 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


1-0 


1 


0-0 
1 


.000 
9 9 


0-0 

6 


.000 

- 9 


0-0 
7 


.000 


0-0 




















Date 


Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D 


Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N26 


Howard 


1-0 


2 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 











2 


D2 


Chicago State 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











N23 


Lafayette 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


.000 


0-0 

















2 


J21 


Penn 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 

















1 



CAREER 



STATISTICS 



G-GS FC-FCA 

14-0 3-4 

11-0 2-8 

4-0 1-2 



.PCT 
.750 
.250 
.500 



\-3-P0INT-\ 

FC-FCA .PCT 

0-0 .000 

1-5 .200 

0-0 .000 



FT-FTA 
4-9 
6-8 
2-3 



.PCT 

444 
.750 
.667 



PTS-AVC 
10-0.7 
11-1.0 
4-1.0 



OFF 
REB 

1 







DEF TOT 

REB REB-AVC 

5 6-04 

0-0.0 

1 1-0.3 



PF-D 
1-0 
1-0 

1-0 



AST 

13 
4 
1 



TO 
8 
2 




BLK 






STL 
2 
1 
1 



MIN 

43 
24 



29-0 



6-14 



.429 



1-5 



.200 



12-20 



.600 



25-0.9 



7-0.2 



3-0 



18 10 



75 



ACC 



STAT 



S T I C S 



C-CS 

4-0 
4-0 



FG-FCA 
2-2 

0-0 



.PCT 
1.000 
.000 



\-3-P0INT-\ OFF DEF TOT 

FC-FCA .PCT FT-FTA .PCT PTS-AVC REB REB REB-AVC PF-D 

0-0 000 0-1 .000 4-1.0 1 1-0.3 0-0 

0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0 



AST 
3 



TO 
1 




BLK STL MIN 
2 14 

6 



CAREER 


8-0 


2-2 


1.000 




0-0 .000 




0-1 


.000 


4-0.5 







1 


1-0.1 


0-0 4 


1 


2 


20 


YEAR 

1998-99 


C-CS 
1-0 


FC-FGA 
0-0 


.PCT 
.000 




\-3-POINT-\ 
FC-FCA .PCT 
0-0 .000 




FT-FTA 
0-0 


.PCT 
.000 


PTS-AVC 
0-0.0 




OFF 

REB 

1 


DEF 
REB 




TOT 
REB-AVG 

1-1.0 


PF-D AST 
0-0 


TO BLK 



STL 



MIN 
2 


CAREER 


1-0 

c 


0-0 
A R 


.000 

E E 


R 


0-0 .000 
S T A 


T 


0-0 
1 S T 


.000 

1 c 


0-0.0 
S V 


s 


1 



A 


1-10 

c c 


0-0 
TEA 



M S 




■Mi 


2 

Emm 









\-3-POINT 


-\ 








OFF 


DEF 


TOT 














C-CS 


FC-FCA 


.PCT 


FC-FCA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS-AVC 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











4 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-0.5 








0.0.0 


0-0 


1 


1 








4 


1-0 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-00 








0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











3 


2-0 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1.0 








0-0.0 


0-0 


2 


1 





2 


7 


2-0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


0.000 


0-0.0 





2 


2-1.0 


0-0 














8 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



SI 








LaRon 
Cephas 

R- Junior • Forward 

6-7 • 223 

Wilmington, Del. 

The San for a School 



SIGNATURE GAMES 



• Cephas scored his career high of seven points in 
only six minutes of playing time against NC State on 
Jan 10, 1999. He was a perfect three-of -three from 
the field, and hit his first career 3-point shot as the 
Terps defeated the Wolf pack in Cole Field House. 

• Cephas scored four points and grabbed a career- 
high nine rebounds as Maryland defeated UMBC, 104- 
66. on Dec. 15. 1997. Cephas scored two field goals, 
grabbed a career-high three offensive rebounds, and 
a career-high six defensive rebounds 



^^u^W 



CAREER 



PTS 


7 


FCM 


3 


FCA 


8 


FG% 


100.0 


3FGA 


2 


3FCM 


1 


3FC% 


100.0 


FTM 


1 


FTA 


4 


FT% 


50 


OR 


3 


DR 


6 


REBS 


g 


AST 


1 


BLK 


1 


STL 


1 


MIN 


22 



vs. NC State (1-10-99) 

vs. NC State (1-10-99) 

vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vsNC State (1-10-99) 

vs. Valparaiso (3-11-99) 

vs. three teams (last vs. NC State 1-10-99) 

vs. three teams (last vs. NC State 1-10-99) 

vs. UMBC (11-17-98) 

vs. North Texas (12-23-99) 

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

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

vs. UMBC (11-17-99) 

vs. North Texas (12-23-99) 

vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. All Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 

vs UMBC (12-13-97) 

vs. three teams 

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

vs. three teams 

(lastvs Florida State 2-7-98) 

vs UMBC (12-13-97) 



V E R P R O F I 

On Cephas: is in his third full year in the Maryland pro- 
gram after sitting out the 1996-97 season as a redshirt 
joined the Terp program for the second semester of 
the 1996-97 season and practiced and traveled with 
the Terps throughout the second semester ... has fully 
recovered from knee surgery which he underwent in 
May of 1998 and will be at full strength for the 1999- 
2000 season ... signed with the Terps during the spring 
semester of 1996 and entered the university for the 
spring semester in 1997 ... a redshirt junior who enters 
the 1999-2000 season with two years of eligibility re- 
maining. 

As a Redshirt Sophomore: Enjoyed his finest statistical 
season as he scored a career-high 21 points and aver- 
aged 14 points in 15 games played ... underwent knee 
surgery in May following his redshirt freshman season 
and did not regain full mobility until midway through 
the season ... his surgery severely 
limited his minutes throughout the 
season ... scored his career high of 
seven points as Maryland defeated 
NC State in Cole Field House on Jan 
10 ... made a career-high three 
field goals as he shot a 
perfect three-of -three 
against the Wolfpack ... 
was the Terps' leading 
scorer off the bench as 
he played only six min- 
utes in the victory av- 
eraged 1.2 points per 
minute ...his six minutes 
played against the 
Wolfpack marked the sec 
ond-most he has played in 
an ACC game ... scored three 
points each in back-to-back games 
against UMBC on Nov. 17 and Hofstra 
on Nov. 20 ... played his season high of 
nine minutes against All Puerto Rico in 
the first round of the Puerto Rico Shootout 
... helped Maryland to the victory with three 
points, one assist and one steal ... grabbed one re 
bound and was credited with one steal as the Terps 
defeated Pittsburgh to win the championship of the 
tournament ... scored four points against Georgia Tech 
as Maryland won at home on Feb. 21 ... played an ACC 
Tournament career high of four minutes in the Terps' 
victory over Florida State ... played in a career-high two 
NCAA Tournament games as the Terps advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" for the second time in his career ... hit 3- 
point shots against Hofstra, AU Puerto Rico and NC 
State ... first career 3-point field goal came against 
Hofstra ... tied his career high with one free throw 
against both UMBC and North Texas. 

As a Redshirt Freshman: Appeared in 21 games and av- 
eraged 4.5 minutes ... was slowed early in the season 
after he underwent surgery for a hernia on Nov. 19 ... 
he returned to practice 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 ca- 
reer high of four points, grabbed his career high of 





nine rebounds and played his career high of 22 min- 
utes against UMBC ... his four points against UMBC came 
on two field goals made and his nine rebounds came 
on a career-high three offensive rebounds and a ca- 
reer-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 min- 
utes at the end of the first half in place of Maryland's 
foul-troubled front court ... was inserted into the lineup 
for AII-ACC performer Rodney Elliott with 3:43 remain- 
ing 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 consecutive 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: An all-state first-team 
'■ selection as a senior ... averaged 23 points, 
I 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 sea- 
\ son and was considered to be the top 
| collegiate prospect in the state se- 
nior 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 In- 
dependent Conference titles 
and four consecutive state 
championship tournaments ... was 
the Independent Athletic Confer- 
ence Player of the Year in 1995 ... 
averaged 17 points, 15 rebounds 
and five blocks and earned all- 
state second-team honors as 
a junior ... played at Tatnal 
School as a freshman and 
transferred to Sanford at 
the beginning of his sophomore sea- 
son ... played two years of AAU basketball with 
Laron Profit, who was a three-year starter at Maryland 
from 1997-99. 

Personal: Born Sept. 23, 1977 ... his full name is LaRon 
Arnel Cephas ... he is the son of Sharon and Ronald T 
Ford ... he has two sisters, Brittany and Brielle ... was 
voted to have the best smile as a high school senior 
major is communications. 



52 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 
















YEAR 

1998-9 

1997-9 



' E R 


P R 




O 


F 


/ 


z 


E 


s 


















■'».M ' ■ -■ \ 










7 


9 9 


8 


- 9 


9 




















Date 


Opponent 


G-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


3 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 




















5 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


2 


1-2 


500 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 

















3 


N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 























N26 


AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


9 


1-3 


.333 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 





1 





r 


N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 














1 





D3 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 























D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 




















I 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


6 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 





1 








7 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


4 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 














4 


F24 


Clemson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F27 


Florida State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 























M5 


Florida State (ACC) 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















'3 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAA) 


1-0 


1 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























M18 


#8 St. John's (NCAA) 


1-0 


1 


0-1 
1 


000 

9 9 


0-0 
7 


.000 

- 9 


0-0 

8 


.000 


1-0 


1 




















Date 


Opponent 


G-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


# 7 South Carolina 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























N18 


F. Dickinson 


1-0 


11 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 





1 











D4 


# 17 Clemson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 























D7 


# 2 Kansas 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























D13 


UMBC 


1-0 


22 


2-8 


.250 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


3-6 


9 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


4 


D22 


UNC-Asheville 


1-0 


8 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


3 








2 


1 








D27 


UNC-Wilmington 


1-0 


9 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


4 


1 





1 








I 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


9 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 




















J14 


# 1 N. Carolina 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















J17 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


5 

















J21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 





1 











J24 


#23 Clemson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J29 


# 1 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 

















F1 


Virginia 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 











F7 


Florida State 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















F11 


NC State 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 











1 





F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


1 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 











F24 


Virginia 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F28 


Temple 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















M6 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


1-0 


1 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























M19 


# 4 Arizona (NCAA) 


1-0 


1 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


3 

















2 











V 


CAR 

-3-P0INT-\ 


E 


E R 


S T 


A T 


1 S T 

OFF 


1 C 

DEF 


S 

TOT 














YEAR 


c-cs 


FC-FCA 


.PCT 




FC-FGA .PCT 




FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS-AVC 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


1998-99 


15-0 


8-18 


.444 




3-5 .600 




2-4 


.500 


21-1.4 


1 


4 


5-03 


8-0 


1 


1 


1 


1 


45 


1997-98 


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 


CAREER 


36-0 


11-39 


.282 




3-6 .500 




J¥ 


.375 


28-0.8 


9 


26 


35-0.9 


28-0 


2 


11 


6 


3 


139 










\-3-POINT-\ 










OFF 


DEF 


TOT 














YEAR 


G-GS 


FG-FGA 


.PCT 




FG-FGA .PCT 




FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS-AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVG 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


1998-99 


6-0 


5-6 


.833 




1-1 1.000 




0-0 


.000 


11-1.8 





1 


1-0.2 


5-0 





1 








17 


1997-98 


12-0 


0-6 


.000 




0-0 .000 




0-0 


.000 


0-0.0 


2 


7 


9-0.8 


12-0 





3 





1 


38 


CAREER 


18-0 


5-12 


.417 
C A 


A 


1-1 1.000 
T U 


R 


0-0 
N A 


.000 
M E 


11-0.6 
N T 


2 
S T 


8 
A T 


10-0.6 
t S 


17-0 
T 1 





4 





1 


55 



G-GS FG-FGA 
2-0 0-3 

1-0 1-1 



\-3-POINT-\ OFF DEF TOT 

.PCT FG-FGA .PCT FT-FTA .PCT PTS-AVG REB REB REB-AVG PF-D AST TO BLK STL MIN 

.000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0.0 1 1-0.5 1-0 2 

1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2.0 1 2 3-3.0 0-0 1 



CAREER 



3-0 



1-4 



.250 



0-0 



.000 



0-2 



.000 



2-0.7 



4-1.3 



1-0 



CAREER 



STATIST 



C S 



V S 



Team 

Clemson 
Duke 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



C-CS 

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



FG-FGA 
0-0 
0-2 
0-1 
2-5 
0-0 
3-3 
0-0 
0-2 



.PCT 

.000 
.000 
.000 
400 
.000 
1.000 
.000 
.000 



\-3-POINT-\ 
FG-FGA .PCT 



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



.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
1.000 
.000 
.000 



FT-FTA 

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



.PCT 

.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 
.000 



PTS-AVC 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
4-1.0 
0-0.0 
7-3.5 
0-00 
0-0.0 



OFF 

REB 

1 

1 







ACC 

DEF TOT 
REB REB-AVG 
0-0.0 



TEAMS 



4-2.0 
0-0.0 
5-1.3 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 
2-0.5 



PF-D 
0-0 
2-0 
1-0 
5-0 
1-0 
3-0 
0-0 
6-0 



AST 











TO 




2 


1 
1 





BLK 











STL 




1 









MIN 
3 

14 

8 
10 

5 
11 

3 
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Mike 
Mardesich 

R- Junior • Center/Forward 

7-0 • 255 

Boston, Mass. 

Worcester Academy 



SIGNATURE CAME 



• Mardesich scored his career high of 12 points in a 
career-high 34 minutes in helping lead Maryland past 
No. 1 North Carolina. 89-83 in overtime, on Jan. 14, 
1998. He grabbed a team-high nine rebounds la ca- 
reer-high seven on the defensive end), scored a ca- 
reer-high five field goals, had three assists, no turn- 
overs and only one personal foul He started and 
played all five minutes of the overtime period as the 
Terps outscored the Tar Heels, 13-7, in the extra 
session to gain the victory. He tied the game with a 
put-back of an offensive rebound with 46 seconds 
remaining in regulation and helped limit North 
Carolina's front line to three offensive rebounds 



CAREER HICHS 



vs. four teams (last vs 
North Texas 12-23-98) 
vs. six teams (last vs 
Florida State 1-27-99) 
at Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 
vs. three teams 
(last at Missouri 12-30-97) 
vs. Princeton (12-19-98) 
vs Temple (2-28-98) 
vs. five teams (last vs. 
Princeton 12-19-98) 
100.0 vs. eight teams (last at 
Florida State 2-27-99) 
vs. South Carolina State (12-27-98) 
vs. North Carolina (1-14-98) 
vs. Florida State (1-7-98) 
vs. Georgia Tech (2-28-98) 
vs. three teams 

(last vs. North Carolina 1-14-98) 
vs Fairleigh Dickinson (11-18-97) 
vs six teams (last vs. 
Wake Forest 12-3-98) 
vs. North Carolina 11-14-98) 



PTS 


12 


FGM 


5 


FGA 


11 


FC% 


100.0 


FTM 


3 


FTA 


4 


FT% 


1000 


OR 


6 


DR 


7 


REBS 


10 


AST 


3 


BIK 


3 


STL 


2 



MIN 



Y E R PROF 

On Mardesich: Expected to be a major contributor to 
Maryland's rotation for the third consecutive season ... 
as a redshirt junior, he is in his fourth year in the pro- 
gram and his third as one of the Terps' top players ... 
signed with Maryland during the fall 1995 signing pe- 
riod ... decided to redshirt the 1996-97 season after 
consultation with the Maryland coaching staff and his 
family .21 blocked shots last season ranks as the 12th- 
best single-season total by a Maryland sophomore ... 
his 41 career blocked shots entering his junior season 
leave him only nine from becoming one of only 23 play- 
ers in school history with 50 or more blocked shots ... 
has more blocked shots after two seasons than only 
eight of the players who rank in the school's top 10 in 
all-time career blocked shots ... has played in 66 con- 
secutive games entering his redshirt junior season, 
every game of his career ... has totaled 255 rebounds 
during his first two seasons, an average of 5.9 per game 
... a strong offensive rebounder, he finished among the 
Terps' top four in offensive rebounds and the team's 
highest percentage of offensive rebounds. 

As a Redshirt Sophomore: Averaged 
3.4 points and 3.4 rebounds as 
Maryland advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the sec- 
ond time during his ca- 
reer ... credited with 
21 assists (0.6 
apg) and a ca- jk 
reer-high 21 I 
blocked shots^H 
(0.6 bpg) . tied 
his career high with 12 
points against both Western , 
Carolina on Nov. 14 in the 
season opener and on Dec. 
23 against North Texas \ 
tied his career high with five ' 
field goals made in both 
games ... 12 points against 
Western Carolina came in 
only 17 minutes played ... was 
five-of -eight (.625) and a per- 
fect two-of-two (1.000) from 
the free throw line as the 
Terps defeated the Cata- 
mounts, 113-46, in Cole Field 
House ... also recorded seven re- f 
bounds, one assist and one steal | 
in one of the top games of his 
career ... nearly perfect from the 
field (five-of-six, .833) in scoring 
12 points in 15 minutes of playing time as Maryland 
defeated North Texas, 132-57, on Dec. 23 ... was again 
perfect from the free-throw line (two-of-two, 1.000) 
and tied his season high with two blocked shots against 
the Mean Green ... also a season-high tying two assists 
as Maryland won at home ... double figure scoring with 
10 points against Florida State on Jan. 27 ... marked the 
fourth time during his career that he has scored in 
double figures during an ACC game ... 10 points came 
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per minute against the Seminoles ... shot five-of-six 
(.833) from the field, had one blocked shot and one 
steal as the Terps defeated the Seminoles at home for 
the fifth consecutive season ... grabbed his season high 
of nine rebounds as the Terps defeated South Carolina 
State on Dec. 27 ... grabbed his career high of six of- 
fensive rebounds as he came within one rebound o c 
tying his career high of 10 which came twice during his 
redshirt sophomore season ... averaged 5 5 rebounds, 
1.0 blocked shots and 18 minutes per game as the Terps 
advanced to the ACC semifinals for the second time 
during Mardesich's ca- 
reer and school- 
record fifth con- 
secutive time ..had 
five rebounds 
[ against Florida State 
in the quarterfinal 
round and an ACC Tour- 
nament career high of six 
rebounds against North 
Carolina on March 6 ... aver- 
aged 3.0 points and 2.0 re- 
bounds as the Terps ad- 
vanced to the NCAA Tour- 
nament "Sweet 16" ... ca- 
reer NCAA Tournament 
high of 22 minutes against 
Valparaiso in the first round 
of the tournament ... his 22 
minutes was the most of any 
Terp post player and he was among 
the reserve leaders in scoring with six 
points ... recorded his NCAA Tournament ca- 
reer high of two blocks against the Crusaders 
. the 22 minutes played also tied his season high 
which also came against North Carolina on Feb. 
13 ... played 46 total minutes (an average of 15.3 
minutes per game) in the NCAA Tournament ... av- 
eraged 3.0 points and 4.3 rebounds as Maryland 
won three games and the tournament champion- 
ship of the 1998 Puerto Rico Shootout ... best out- 
ing during the tournament was a seven-point, 
eight-rebound effort during the championship 
game against Pittsburgh ... his six defensive 
rebounds against the Panthers ranked as 
his season high ... tied his career high with 
three free throws made against 
Princeton, marking the second time 
during his career that he had hit 
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As a Redshirt Freshman: Averaged 
5.4 points (tied for sixth on the 
team) and 4.3 rebounds (fourth on the team) while play- 
ing 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 supercharged home 
crowd ... played a season-high 34 minutes, was f ive-of- 
nme from the field, had three assists, no turnovers and 



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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 sec- 
onds remaining and sent the game into the extra ses- 
sion ... he played the final 2:27 of regulation and the 
entire five minutes of the overtime period during 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 com- 
bined three offensive rebounds ... for the season, the 
Tar Heel trio averaged a combined 6 9 offensive re- 
bounds per game ... said Mardesich after the victory 
over North Carolina, "This is just an unbelievable feel- 
ing. 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 ca- 
reer-high tying five offensive rebounds and scored 
what proved to be the game-winning basket in the sec- 
ond half ... with just over 12 minutes remaining, 
Mardesich followed a miss 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 Jan. 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 combined 
to score seven points ... scored an ultra-important bas- 
ket, 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 start- 
ing five (Profit, Elliott, Ekezie, Stokes and Jasikevicius) 
and Matt Kovarik to earn a starting assignment at the 
beginning 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 Wolf pack on Feb. 11 
to share team-high rebounding honors with six .., scored 
nine points and grabbed a career-high tying 10 re- 
bounds as the Terps closed the regular season with a 
victory over Temple in Baltimore on Feb. 28 ... displayed 
his awesome 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 in 1998 and against Florida State in 1999 ... 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 second career 
game. 



Y E R 



PROFILES 



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Date 


Opponent 


G-CS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FC-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


0-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


17 


5-8 


.625 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.00 


3-4 


7 


3 


1 


2 





1 


12 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


15 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


4 


3 








1 


2 


2 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


18 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


6 


3 





2 


2 





4 


N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


14 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-3 


5 


2 


1 





1 





5 


N26 


AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


11 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 


1 





1 





N27 


# 10 UCLA 


1-0 


11 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


2 





2 





1 


2 


N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


18 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


500 


2-6 


8 


1 





1 


1 





7 


D3 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


18 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 





1 


3 


1 


2 





D6 


# 5 Stanford 


1-0 


14 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 





C 


1 








D7 


DePaul 


1-0 


12 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 


4 


012 


# 5 Kentucky 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 








c 


1 








D19 


Princeton 


1-0 


18 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


750 


0-2 


2 





2 


2 








3 


D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


15 


5-6 


833 


0-0 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


1 


2 


C 


2 





12 


D27 


S. Carolina State 


1-0 


13 


2-10 


200 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


6-3 


9 








1 








5 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





1 





1 











J7 


Virginia 


1-0 


8 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


3-1 


4 








c 








5 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


14 


3-6 


500 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


2-1 


3 


3 


1 


c 


1 





7 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-0 


10 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


c 


1 








J19 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


1 





c 





1 


4 


J24 


Clemson 


1-0 


11 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


2 


1 








2 


J27 


Florida State 


1-0 


10 


5-6 


.833 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 





1 


1 


1 


10 


J31 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


9 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


3 


2 





1 








2 


F3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


13 


0-6 


.000 


0-0 


1-2 


1-2 


500 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


2 








1 


F6 


Virginia 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-1 


1 




















F10 


NC State 


1-0 


6 


1-5 


200 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


2-3 


5 


4 





1 





1 


2 


F13 


#10 N. Carolina 


1-0 


22 


4-9 


444 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


3-3 


6 


2 





1 








9 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


14 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 





2 








2 


F24 


Clemson 


1-0 


18 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


F27 


Florida State 


1-0 


16 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 


3 


2 





2 


M5 


Florida State (ACC) 


1-0 


20 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


3 





1 








M6 


#15N. Carolina (ACC) 


1-0 


16 


1-5 


200 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


4-2 


6 


1 








1 





2 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAAI 


1-0 


22 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


1 


2 





6 


M13 


Creighton (NCAA) 


1-0 


14 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


1-2 


3 


2 





2 


1 





1 


MIS 


#8 St John's (NCAA) 


1-0 


10 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-0 


1 


1 





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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 Cali- 
fornia, 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 nomi- 
nated 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 .640 from the field and .790 
from the free-throw line his senior season ... led the 
Greater Houston area in rebounding while at Conroe ... 
a unanimous all-star selection as he earned All-Greater 
Houston, all-county and all-district honors while being 
named team Most Valuable Player ... during his years in 
Houston, he could frequently be found working out 
with and learning from Hakeem Olajuwon of the Hous- 
ton Rockets and Clyde Drexler, who is now in his second 
season as the head coach at the University of Houston 
... 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 postseason), 
he averaged 33 points and 18 rebounds ... also played 
as a starter for the nationally renowned Boston Ama- 
teur 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 
dramatic growth spurts during his prep career, grow- 
ing 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 flu- 
ently 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 inter- 
national business ... a brother. Curt was a 6-6 swingman 
and graduate of Archbishop Carroll Catholic High School 
in Washington, D.C. 

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 volleyball and water polo ... was 
accepted at Harvard University when he was making 
his collegiate choices ... major is business administra- 
tion. 



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Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FC-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


# 7 South Carolina 


1-0 


19 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


3 


1 


1 


5 


N18 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


1-0 


17 


1-8 


.125 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-5 


8 





2 





3 





2 


N22 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-0 


19 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


3 


1 


1 





10 


N25 


Florida International 


1-0 


18 


3-8 


.375 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


500 


2-3 


5 


3 


2 





2 





7 


D4 


# 17 Clemson 


1-0 


21 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


3 





1 


2 





6 


D7 


# 2 Kansas 


1-0 


17 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


500 


2-5 


7 


4 


1 


2 








4 


08 


Ceo. Washington 


1-0 


20 


2-3 


667 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


2 


3 





1 


6 


D13 


UMBC 


1-0 


22 


5-10 


500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


3-2 


5 


1 





1 


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12 


022 


UNC-Asheville 


1-0 


18 


2-4 


500 


0-0 


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0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 














1 


4 


027 


UNC-Wilmington 


1-0 


18 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


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2-4 


.500 


2-3 


5 


1 


1 





1 


2 


6 


D30 


Missouri 


1-0 


17 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


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2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


4 





3 





1 


4 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


10 


0-2 


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0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 














2 


J7 


# 13 Florida State 


1-0 


21 


3-8 


.375 


0-0 


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0-2 


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5-5 


10 


2 





2 








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J10 


NC State 


1-0 


8 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


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0-0 


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0-1 


1 








1 





1 


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# 1 N. Carolina 


1-0 


34 


'5-9 


.556 


0-0 


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0-4 


000 


2-7 


9 


1 


3 











12 


J17 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


24 


0-4 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


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1-5 


6 


5 





2 











J21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


28 


5-11 


455 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 





2 








10 


J24 


#23 Clemson 


1-0 


10 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-3 


3 


2 








1 








J29 


# 1 Duke 


1-0 


20 


3-8 


.375 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 





2 


1 





6 


F1 


Virginia 


1-0 


17 


2-5 


400 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


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0-2 


2 


2 


1 


2 








4 


F7 


Florida State 


1-0 


21 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 


2 





5 


F11 


NC State 


1-0 


20 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


.000 


1-5 


6 


3 


1 


2 


2 





2 


F14 


# 1 N. Carolina 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


500 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 














4 


F19 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


16 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


2 





2 





4 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


27 


4-8 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-1 


4 


2 


2 





1 


2 


10 


F24 


Virginia 


1-0 


21 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


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2-2 


4 


4 


1 


1 








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F28 


Temple 


1-0 


23 


3-8 


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0-0 


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3-4 


750 


5-5 


10 


2 


2 


6 








9 


M6 


Georgia Tech (ACC) 


1-0 


15 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 




















M7 


# 4 N. Carolina (ACC) 


1-0 


15 


2-3 


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0-0 


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0-1 


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1-3 


4 


1 


1 


1 








4 


M12 


Utah State (NCAA) 


1-0 


7 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


667 


2-0 


2 








2 








4 


M14 


# 23 Illinois (NCAA) 


1-0 


8 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


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0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 

















2 


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# 4 Arizona (NCAA) 


1-0 


19 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


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2-2 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


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PF-D 


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TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


1998-99 


34-0 


48-137 


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19-36 


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115-3.4 


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117-3.4 


55-0 


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457 


1997-98 


32-0 


72-170 


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0-0 




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28-45 


.622 


172-54 


47 


91 


138-4.3 


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582 


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REB 


REB 


REB-AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


1998-99 


16-0 


21-60 


.350 


0-0 




000 


6-14 


.429 


48-3.0 


19 


23 


42-2.6 


26-0 


8 


17 


7 


6 


193 


1997-98 


16-0 


39-88 


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000 


7-15 


.467 


85-5.3 


19 


46 


65-4.1 


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11 


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510 


CAREER 


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NCAA 


0-0 

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FC-FGA 




PCT 


FT-FTA 


PCT 


PTS-AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVG 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


1998-99 


3-0 


3-12 


250 


0-0 




000 


3-6 


.500 


9-3.0 


3 


5 


8-2.7 


5-0 


1 


4 


3 





46 


1997-98 


3-0 


5-15 


.333 


0-0 




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4:5 


.800 


14-4.7 


4 


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7-2.5 


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1 


34 


CAREER 


6-0 


8-27 


.296 


0-0 




000 


7-11 


.636 


23-3.8 


7 


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15-2.5 


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FT-FTA 


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PTS-AVG 


REB 


REB 


REB-AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


Clemson 


4-0 


5-11 


.455 


0-0 




000 


0-1 


.000 


10-2.5 


2 


10 


12-3.0 


8-0 


3 


3 


4 


1 


60 


Duke 


4-0 


3-17 


.176 


0-0 




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3-5 


.600 


9-2.3 


2 


5 


7-18 


7-0 


1 


5 


1 





48 


Florida State 


5-0 


10-21 


.476 


0-0 




000 


3-6 


.500 


23-4.6 


9 


12 


21-4.2 


9-0 


4 


7 


6 


1 


78 


Georgia Tech 


5-0 


12-30 


400 


0-0 




000 


2-4 


500 


26-5.2 


8 


11 


19-3.8 


7-0 


3 


2 


1 


4 


87 


North Carolina 


6-0 


14-31 


452 


0-0 




000 


3-7 


429 


31-5.2 


11 


16 


27-4.5 


7-0 


5 


2 


2 





109 


NC State 


4-0 


9-20 


.450 


0-0 




000 


1-3 


333 


19-4.8 


5 


10 


15-3.8 


10-0 


2 


4 


3 


2 


48 


Virginia 


4-0 


7-18 


.389 


0-0 




000 


1-3. 


333 


15-3.8 


6 


5 


11-2.8 


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2 


3 








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REB 


REB 


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PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


MIN 


Poland 


1-0 


7-14 


.500 


0-0 




000 


1-2 


.500 


15-15.0 


6 


4 


10-10.0 


3-0 





1 


2 


1 


26 


Japan 


1-0 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 




000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-2.0 


3 


2 


5-5.0 


4-0 


1 


2 


3 





23 


Greece 


1-0 


3-9 


.333 


0-0 




000 


0-2 


.000 


6-6.0 


1 


4 


5-5.0 


1-0 





1 


3 





26 


TOTALS 


3-0 


10-24 


.417 


0-0 




000 


3-6 


.500 


23-7.7 


10 


10 


20-6.7 


8-0 


1 


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8 


1 


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Earl 
Badu 

Sophomore • Guard 

6-0 • 170 

Baltimore, Md. 

St. Frances Academy 




Y E R PROF 

On Badu: A walk-on member of the team who will add 
depth at the guard position ... was a member of the 
team during the 1998-99 season but did not see any 
action ... was added to the team following walk-on try- 
outs and began practicing immediately ... as a walk-on 
he has accepted the task of motivating his teammates, 
being a strong and hard-working practice player, and 
coming to practice every day ready to help push the 
Terps' starters ... traveled with the team during the 
second half of the season ... enrolled at Maryland for 
the fall semester 1997 and was a student for the en- 
tire 1997-98 academic year but did not participate in 
intercollegiate athletics ... has three years of eligibil- 
ity remaining at the start of the 1999-2000 season. 

At St. Frances Academy: A four-year varsity 
letterwinner at the point guard position ... averaged a 
career-high 18 points and four rebounds per game as 
a junior during the 1995-96 season ... was an All-Balti- 



L E S 

more County first-team selection and played in the 
Charm City Super 50 Tournament during the 1995- 
96 season ... helped lead St. Frances to the Baltimore 
Catholic League championship with a 52-7 record dur- 
ing the 1996-97 season ... St. Frances compiled a 113- 
23 record during his four years on the varsity ... com- 
peted against current Terp Juan Dixon and was a team- 
mate of Temple's Mark Karcher in high school ... played 
in the Baltimore area Catholic League which is regarded 
as one of the top high school conferences in the na- 
tion. 

Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1979 ... full named is Earl Badu 
... Earl is the son of Af ra and Yaw Badu ... earned mem- 
bership in the National Honor Society ... was a mem- 
ber of the Student Government Association and the 
principal's advisory committee at St. Frances ... en- 
joys drawing. 














1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



ST 







Lonny 
Baxter 

Sophomore • Forward/Center 

6-8 • 250 

Roekville, Md. 

Hargrave Military academy 



SIGNATURE CAME 



• Baxter established a school record by making a per- 
fect 10-of-10 shots from the field and scored his 
career high of 28 points as Maryland defeated North 
Texas, 132-57. on Dec. 23. 1998. His perfect per- 
centage tied head coach Gary Williams, among oth- 
ers His 10 field goals against the Mean Green also 
tied the school record for field goals made in a single 
game. In addition to his perfect performance from 
the field, Baxter was a perfect eight-for-eight from 
the free throw line, was credited with two assists 
and one blocked shot in only 18 minutes of play. 



CAREER 



PTS 


28 


FCM 


10 


FCA 


10 


FC% 


100.0 


3FCM 


1 


3FCA 


1000 


3FCM 


1 


3FC% 100.0 


FTM 


8 


FTA 


8 


FT% 


100.0 


OR 


4 


DR 


6 


REBS 


8 


AST 


3 


BLK 


4 


STL 


4 


MIN 


26 



vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs North Texas (12-23-98) 
vs. Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
vs. Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
vs Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 
vs. Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-99) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-99) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-99) 
vs. Wake Forest (12-3-98) 
vs. Duke (1-3-99) 
vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. St. John's (3-18-99) 
vs North Carolina (2-13-99) 
vs North Carolina (2-13-99) 
at Florida State (2-27-99) 
vs three teams 
(last vs. Florida State 2-27-99) 






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Y E R PROF 

On Baxter: Honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference Freshman Team selection who returns as 
Maryland's starting center ... started 10 of the final 11 
games of the 1998-99 season after the season-ending 
injury to senior Obinna Ekezie ... started against Virginia 
on Feb. 6, 1999 in place of a healthy Ekezie and as- 
sumed the starter's role when Ekezie was lost for the 
season to a ruptured Achilles tendon on Feb. 9 ... the 
only game Baxter did not start over the last 11 games 
was on senior night as head coach Gary Williams inserted 
Brian Watkins into the starting lineup ... Baxter aver- 
aged 8.9 points (2.1 points per game over his season 
average) and 4.6 rebounds (1.0 rebounds per game over 
his season average) after Ekezie was lost for the sea- 
son ... led the Terps in field goal shooting percentage 
with a .599 mark ... his mark ranks as the eighth-high- 
est single-season field goal percentage in 
school history and the second highest by 
a Maryland freshman ... only Brian Williams 
(.600) during the 1988 season recorded a 
higher shooting percentage as a freshman 
in school history ... his 51 free throws tied for 
the 11th-best single-season total by a freshman 
while his 89 attempts is the eighth-highest total 
by a freshman in school history ... grabbed 116 
rebounds which ranks as the 14th-best single-sea- 
son effort by a Maryland freshman ...blocked 24 
shots and was credited with 22 steals which rank 
as the eighth and 13th-highest freshman to- 
tals, respectively, by a Maryland freshman. 

As a Freshman: Honorable mention AII-ACC 
Freshman Team selection who averaged 6.8 
points (sixth on the team) and 3.6 rebounds (fifth 
on the team) during his first collegiate season 
established a school record by making a perfect 
10-of-10 shots from the field against North Texas 
on Dec. 23 . scored a career-high 28 points against 
North Texas ... his perfect percentage (1000) tied 
head coach Gary Williams, among others ... Wil- 
liams was a perfect eight-of-eight against 
South Carolina on Dec. 10, 1966 ... Baxter came 
within four made shots of tying the all-time 
school record for consecutive shots made in 
a season with 15 ... he made his final shot 
against Princeton on Dec. 19 and all 10 of his 
attempts against North Texas before missing 
his first shot against South Carolina State on 
Dec 27 , also tied the school record for con- 
secutive field goals made during a single game 
(10) against North Texas ... the record is also 
held by Barry Yates against Miami (Fla.) on Dec. 29, 1 970 
and Keith Gatlin against Clemson on Feb. 17, 1985 ... 
shot .545 (18-of-33) against the eight ranked teams 
on Maryland's schedule ... shot 50 percent or better 
from the field in 20 of his 32 games for the season 
and was perfect from the field in four different games 
... was a perfect two-of-two from the 3-point arc dur- 
ing his first season ... first career bomb came against 
Florida State on Jan. 27 at home and helped Maryland 
extend a lead from one point to four with 5:31 remain- 
ing in the first half ... connected from long range against 
Clemson in Cole Field House as the Terps defeated the 
Tigers, 77-60, on senior night ... Maryland was unde- 
feated, 2-0, when Baxter hit a 3-point shot ,.. was also 



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a perfect eight-for-eight from the free-throw line 
against the Mean Green his 28 points came in only 18 
total minutes - an average of 1.6 points per minute . 
was a perfect f ive-of-f ive from the field in both halves 
... averaged double figures, 11.0 points, in two games 
against Duke ... reached double figures in points (10) 
for the first time in an ACC game against the Blue Dev- 
ils on Jan. 3 and scored 12 points as the Terps played in 
Durham on Feb. 3 ... first career start came against Vir- 
ginia on Feb. 6 ... responded to the surprise start with 
14 points, five rebounds, two steals and one blocked 
shot in a career-high 26 minutes ... learned after pre- 
game warm-ups on game day that he would gam his 
first career start ... Baxter scored nine of his 14 points 
during the first five minutes of the second half when 
Maryland extended its lead to 17 ... brought the house 
down with a slam dunk on a feed from All- 
American Steve Francis as the trailer on 
y/j a three-on-one break with 5:28 remain- 
ing in the game ... scored back-to back 
double figure points against Duke (12) 
and Virginia (14) on Feb. 3 and Feb. 6 ... be- 
came the full-time starter against NC 
State on Feb. 10 after Obinna Ekezie was 
injured on Feb. 9 ... scored seven points 
and grabbed four rebounds in 21 min- 
utes of play against the Wolfpack 
his layup broke a tie and put Mary- 
land up 7-5, giving the Terps a lead 
they would not relinquish ... scored 
four second-half points on two field 
goals to extend Maryland's lead .. 
had 10 points, four rebounds, a ca- 
reer-high four blocked shots, three 
steals and a career-high three as- 
sists against North Carolina as 
Maryland won in Cole Field House 
on Feb. 13 ... scored 18 points 
against Florida State in his first ACC 
f Tournament game in 24 minutes of play 
I ... was nearly perfect from the field (six- 
of -eight, .750 percent) and the free 
throw line (six-of -eight, .750 percent) as 
the Terps advanced to the tournament 
semifinals for the fifth consecutive sea- 
son ... totaled 24 points, nine rebounds 
and was seven-of-13 (.538) from the field 
in the ACC Tournament ... scored 16 against 
Creighton as the Terps defeated the Blue 
Jays to advance to the "Sweet 16" of the 
NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in the 
last six years ... shot six-of-nine (.667) from the field as 
he scored 16 points in 14 minutes ... scored 12 second- 
half points as the Terps took the win and moved out of 
Orlando, Fla., and into Knoxville. Tenn. ... recorded 28 
points and 15 rebounds in three games during the NCAA 
Tournament ... averaged double figures, 10.4 points per 
game, in five postseason games (two in the ACC Tour- 
nament and three in the NCAA Tournament) 

At Hargrave Military Academy: Spent one post-gradu- 
ate season at Hargrave ... averaged 21 points and 11 
rebounds and two blocked shots while shooting 85 per- 
cent from the free-throw line and 48 percent from 




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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 Pis- 
tons ... ranked among the top-12 post player prospects 
in the nation by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons. 

At Anacostia: Played his senior season at Anacostia in 
Washington, DC. .., averaged 18.2 points and eight re- 
bounds 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 fu- 





ture home of Cole Field House ... was selected MVP of 
the city championship game as he scored a career-high 
35 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked two shots 

At Richard Montgomery: Played his junior season at 

Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Md. ... first 



team All-Montgomery County selection by the Wash- 
ington Post. 

Personal: Born Jan. 27, 1979 ... he is the son of Edna 
Hughes and Lonny Baxter, St ... his full name is Lonny 
Leroy Baxter ... major is letters and sciences. 



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PF 


A TC 


B 


SPts 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


17 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


1-4 


5 





2 


c 





1 3 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


12 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-3 


5 


2 


1 


c 


1 


1 4 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


c 








N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


7 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


1-5 


.200 


2-2 


4 








c 


2 


9 


N26 


AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


16 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


0-6 


6 


2 





c 





3 


N27 


# 10 UCLA 


1-0 


5 


1-1 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 







1 


2 


N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


17 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-4 


4 





1 


1 


2 


8 


D3 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


14 


2-5 


400 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


1000 


4-3 


7 


4 





1 


2 


5 


D7 


DePaul 


1-0 


7 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


2 


1 





1 





1 6 


D12 


# 5 Kentucky 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 








c 








D19 


Princeton 


1-0 


9 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





4 


1 


1 





1 1 


D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


18 10-10 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


8-8 


1000 


2-3 


5 


2 


2 


2 


1 


28 


D27 


S. Carolina State 


1-0 


12 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


000 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


1 


3 


1 


c 





5 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


14 


5-9 


.556 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-3 


7 


3 





1 


2 


1 10 


J7 


Virginia 


1-0 


8 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 


2 


3 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 


1 


1 2 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





3 





1 








J19 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 








c 








J27 


Florida State 


1-0 


15 


4-6 


.667 


1-1 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





1 


1 


9 


J31 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


15 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 





1 4 


F3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


19 


5-5 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


3-2 


5 


5 


2 


1 





12 


F6 


Virginia 


1-1 


26 


6-10 


600 


0-0 


.000 


2-5 


.400 


0-5 


5 


4 





2 


1 


2 14 


F10 


NC State 


1-1 


21 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


250 


1-3 


4 


4 





c 





1 7 


F13 


#10 N. Carolina 


1-1 


26 


4-6 


667 


0-0 


000 


2-2 


1000 


3-1 


4 


4 


3 


? 


4 


3 10 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-1 


19 


3-6 


500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-5 


6 


3 





c 


1 


2 7 


F24 


Clemson 


1-0 


24 


3-4 


.750 


1-1 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


2 


1 


1 


1 7 


F27 


Florida State 


1-1 


26 


2-5 


400 


0-0 


000 


2-6 


333 


1-2 


3 


4 





L 


1 


4 6 


M5 


Florida State (ACC 


1-1 


24 


6-8 


.750 


0-0 


000 


6-8 


.750 


0-4 


4 


2 





1 


1 


18 


M6 


#15 N. Carolina (ACC) 1-1 


24 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1000 


2-3 


5 


3 


1 







6 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAA) 


1-1 


15 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


000 


4-6 


.667 


2-3 


5 


3 


1 







15 


M13 


Creighton (NCAA) 


1-1 


14 


6-9 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


3-1 


4 


4 





c 





16 


M18 


#8 St. John's (NCAA) 1-1 


13 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


3-5 


8 


4 


! 


c 





6 



Team 
Clemson 
Duke 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



YEAR 
1998-99 


G-CS 
32-10 


FG-FGA 
82-137 


.PCT 
.599 


\-3-POINT-\ 
FC-FGA .PCT 
2-2 1000 


E 


E R 

FT-FTA 
51-89 


S T 

.PCT 
573 


A T 1 

PTS-AVG 

217-6.8 


s 


T 
OFF 
REB 
40 


1 C 

DEF 
REB 
76 


TOT 
REB-AVG 
116-3.6 


PF-D 
75-0 


AST 

18 


TO 
29 


BLK 
24 


STL 
22 


MIN 
463 


CAREER 


32-10 


82-137 


.599 


2-2 1.000 




51-89 


.573 


217-6.8 




40 


76 


116-3.6 


75-0 


18 


29 


24 


22 


463 


YEAR 
1998-99 


G-GS 
15-5 


FG-FGA 
41-70 


.PCT 
.586 


\-3-POINT-\ 
FG-FGA .PCT 
2-2 1.000 




FT-FTA 
12-27 


.PCT 
.444 


PTS-AVG 

96-6.4 




OFF 
REB 
22 


DEF 
REB 
33 


TOT 

REB-AVG 

55-3.7 


PF-D 
43-0 


AST 

10 


TO 
24 


BLK 
14 


STL 
7 


MIN 
278 


CAREER 


15-5 


41-70 


.586 


2-2 1.000 




12-27 


.444 


96-6.4 




22 


33 


55-3.7 


43-0 


10 


24 


14 


7 


278 


YEAR 

1998-99 


C-CS 
3-3 


FC-FCA 
9-19 


.PCT 
.474 


\-3-POINT-\ 
FG-FGA .PCT 
0-0 .000 




FT-FTA 
10-15 


.PCT 
.667 


PTS-AVG 
28-9.3 




OFF 

REB 

6 


DEF 

REB 

9 


TOT 

REB-AVG 

15-5.0 


PF-D 
11-0 


AST 
2 


TO 
2 


BLK 



STL 



MIN 
42 


CAREER 


3-3 


9-19 
A R 


.474 
E E R 


0-0 .000 
S T A 


T 


10-15 
1 S T 


.667 
1 C 


28-9.3 
S V 


s 


6 


9 
A 


15-5.0 

c c 


11-0 
T E 


2 
A 


2 
M S 








42 



\-3-P0INT-\ 



G-GS 

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



FG-FGA 

3-4 
10-14 
12-19 

3-6 
5-11 
8-12 
7-12 
4-11 



.PCT 

750 
714 
631 
.500 
455 
.667 
.583 
.364 



FG-FGA 
1-1 
0-0 
1-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



.PCT 
1000 
.000 
1.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 



FT-FTA 
0-0 
2-3 

8-14 
1-2 
6-6 
2-8 
3-7 
1-3 



.PCT 

000 

.667 

.571 

.500 

1.000 

.250 

.429 

.333 



PTS-AVG 

7-7.0 
22-11.0 
33-11.0 
7-3.5 
16-5.3 
18-6.0 
17-8.5 
9-4.5 



OFF 
REB 

3 

7 

2 

1 

5 

2 



6 



DEF TOT 
REB REB-AVC 



8-8.0 
12-6.0 
9-3.0 
8-4.0 
9-3.0 
10-3.3 
6-3.0 
10-5.0 



PF-D 
4-0 
5-0 
9-0 
3-0 
10-0 
10-0 
6-0 
6-0 



AST 
2 

1 


4 






TO 

1 
1 
6 

6 
2 
3 
2 



BLK 
1 
2 
3 
1 
4 
2 
3 
2 



STL 
1 
2 
4 
2 
3 
4 
2 




24 
33 
65 
22 
52 
68 
34 
27 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



59 








3 



Juan 
Dixon 

R-Sophomore • Guard 

6-3 • 152 

Baltimore, Md. 

Calvert Hall 



SIGNATURE GAMES 



• Dixon scored a career-high 18 points on six-of-11 
shooting 1 546) from the field and grabbed five re- 
bounds in 21 minutes of play against Wake Forest on 
Jan. 31, 1999. He scored on a career-high six field 
goals, tied his career-high with four 3-point shots made 
and was a perfect two-of-two from the foul line. 

• Dixon scored 14 points and grabbed a career-high 
nine rebounds to help Maryland past Western Caro- 
lina on Nov. 14. 1998 in his college debut Dixon shot 
five-of-nme from the field ( 556) and four-of -seven 
from the 5-point line (571). 




CAREER HIGHS 



at Wake Forest (1-31-99) 

at Wake Forest (1-31-99) 

vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 

vs Duquesne (11-23-98) 

vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 

at Wake Forest (1-31-99) 

vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 

at Wake Forest (1-31-99) 

vs. three teams 

(last vs. Georgia Tech 2-21-99) 

vs. DePaul (12-7-98) 

vs. DePaul (12-7-98) 

vs. ten teams (last vs 

Florida State 3-5-99) 

vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 

vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 

vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 

vs. Duquesne (11-23-98) 

vs. DePaul (12-7-98) 

vs. Georgia Tech (2-21-99) 

at Georgia Tech (1-19-99) 

vs. Pittsburgh (11-28-98) 



PTS 


18 


FGM 


6 


FGA 


13 


FC% 


100.0 


3FGM 


4 


3FGA 


7 


3FG% 


100.0 


FTM 


7 


FTA 


8 


FT% 


100.0 


OR 


4 


DR 


8 


REBS 


9 


AST 


4 


BLK 


1 


STL 


5 


MIN 


23 



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15 



SKU 





'* ( 5n*i, J* 



Y E R PROF 

On Dixon: Earned honorable-mention ACC All-Freshman 
honors as he averaged 7.4 points and 2.6 rebounds dur- 
ing his inaugural collegiate season, 1998-99 ... led all ACC 
freshmen in steals (50) and steals per game (1.5) ... his 
50 steals ranks as the second-best single-season effort 
by a Maryland freshman behind only Johnny Rhodes' 71 
during the 1993 season ... became the first freshman in 
school history to lead the Terps in free-throw percent- 
age (.830) ... his 36 3-point shots made ranks tied as the 
second-best effort by a Maryland freshman ... his 97 at- 
tempts from beyond the arc also ranks second among 
all freshmen in school history ... Johnny Rhodes (59-173) 
is the freshmen leader in both categories during the 1993 
season ... among the freshmen leaders in the ACC in 3- 
pomt shooting ... his 36 3-point shots made ranked fourth 
while his .371 shooting percentage ranked second only 
to Chris Dawson of Wake Forest among all conference 
freshmen. 

As a Redshirt Freshman: Honorable mention ACC All- 
Freshman team selection ... his 7.4 points per game aver- 
age ranked fifth on the team and first among freshmen 
... began the season in strong fashion with 14 points in 
his first game against Western Carolina on 
Nov. 14 and double-figure scoring in seven 
of his first 10 career games ... proved to 
be the Terps' top free-throw shooter 
over the course of the season and 
earned the banquet award as the 
team's best free-throw shooter 
was perfect eight times during 
the season including four-of- 
four against AU Puerto Rico 
in the Puerto Rico Shootout 
and five-of-five against No. 5 
Kentucky in Rupp Arena ... his long 
est stretch without missing was 
consecutive shots dating from 
Maryland's victory over Duquesne on Nov. 23 
through the Terps' Puerto Rico Shootout 
championship-clinching victory over Pittsburgh 
on Nov. 28 - a span of four games ... shot 80 per- 
cent (eight-of-10) from the line against the nine 
ranked teams on Maryland's schedule ... was nearly per- 
fect, seven-of -eight, against DePaul in the champion- 
ship game of the BB&T Classic ... his 14 points against 
Western Carolina came on an amazing 3-point shooting 
display as he made four-of-seven (.571) shots from be- 
hind the arc ... also grabbed a career-high nine rebounds, 
dished off two assists and had two steals against WCU ... 
hit his first career 3-point shot only 10:52 into his first 
career game ... made at least one 3-point shot attempt 
in his first nine games and was the team leader at that 
point with a .500 shooting percentage (17-34) from be- 
yond the arc ... three or more 3-point shots made came 
against Western Carolina, No. 10 UCLA, Wake Forest at 
home, Princeton, and Wake Forest on the road ... Mary- 
land was 4-1 when Dixon hit three or more 3-point shots 
... scored his career high of 18 points at Wake Forest on 
Jan. 31 ... tied his effort with four 3-point shots made 
against the Demon Deacons in a team-leading effort ... 
was the second time during his freshman season that 
he led the Terps in scoring (also against AU Puerto Rico 
on Nov. 26) ... scored 14 points as Maryland defeated AU 
Puerto Rico in the first round of the Puerto Rico 



L E S 

Shootout ... was four-of five from the field and a per- 
fect four-of-four from the free-throw line ... scored in 
double figures in all three games of the Shootout as the 
Terps won the championship ... averaged 12.3 points, 2.0 
rebounds and 3.7 steals and shot 60.0 percent (12-20) 
from the field in the Terps' three-game sweep ... was 
also a combined seven-of-13 (.538) from the 3-point arc 
as the Terps defeated AU Puerto Rico, No. 10 UCLA and 
Pittsburgh ... added 14 points in 16 minutes against Wake 
Forest in Cole Field House on Dec. 3 in his ACC debut and 
12 points against DePaul in the championship game of 
the BB&T Classic on Dec. 8 ... hit two game-clinching free 
throws to lead Maryland past Virginia on Jan. 7 in 
Charlottesville ... his two free throws came with 3.4 sec- 
onds remaining and put the Terps up 71-66 ... his free 
throws made the game a two-possession affair ... scored 
11 first-half points to help the Terps past the Cavaliers 
in Cole Field House on Feb. 6 ... hit three 3-pointers and a 
2-point jumper within a span of 5:35 to help Maryland 
to a 44-32 halftime lead ... his first 3-pomter (with 10:32 
remaining) gave the Terps a 19-18 lead, he then hit a 
short jumper (with 8:28 remaining) to give Maryland an- 
other lead, 23-21, then he extended Maryland's lead to 
28-24 (with 5:52 remaining) with a second 3-pointer and 
put the Terps up by seven, 31-24, (with 4:57 remaining I 
with his third 3-pointer of the half ... hit a four-foot 
jumper to give the Terps a 29-27 lead with 4:27 re- 
maining in the first half ... Dixon was fouled on 
the play and hit the ensuing free throw to 
extend the Terps' lead to 30-27 ... be- 
ginning with Dixon's jumper, the 
^ Terps outscored the Yellow 
[ Jackets, 21-4, over the re- 
mainder of the half ... en- 
joyed a stellar first NCAA 
Tournament as he aver- 
^^^ aged 6.0 points, 2.3 'ebounds 
and 12.7 minutes per game as the Terps 
' advanced to the "Sweet 16" for the fourth 
time in six years ... his NCAA Tournament high 
of seven points came against Creighton 
in the second round ... played an NCAA 
Tournament career high of 17 min- 
utes, scored five points and added 
one assist against St. John's. 

At Calvert Hall: Two-time All- 
Metro first-team selection by the 
Baltimore Sun ... originally signed with 
Maryland during the fall 1996 recruiting 
period ... spent the 1997-98 season as a 
redshirt member of the team ... joined 
the team after the fall semester 1997 
and practiced with the team throughout the second se- 
mester of the season ... All-Baltimore City/County first- 
team selection by the Baltimore Sun following his stellar 
junior and senior seasons ... All-Catholic League first-team 
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 sea- 
son ... shot nearly 90 percent from the free-throw line 
as a senior ... averaged 21.9 points while shooting 47 per- 
cent from the field as a junior ... led Calvert Hall to the 
Catholic League Tournament finals during his sophomore, 
junior and senior seasons ... Calvert Hall won consecu- 





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| 1999SOOO Maryland Men's Basl 




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P L A 

tive 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, DC, city champion Anacostia in December 
of his senior season in the Conzaga/D.C. Boy's Basket- 
ball Classic ... his 46 points was a tournament record and 
he tied the tournament record with eight 3-point field 
goals made. 





Personal: Born Oct. 9, 1978 ... he is guided by his grand- 
parents Roberta Craves, Winonia Dixon and Warnick 
Craves, aunts Janice Dixon, Shelia Dixon, Sherrice Driver 
and Victoria Roles; uncles Mark Smith, Tony Dixon, and, 
most importantly, brother Phil Dixon ... the second of 



three children born to Juanita and Phil, Dixon, Jr. ... has 
an older brother, Phil (25), a younger sister Nichole (18), 
and a younger brother Jermaine Cooper (12) ... major is 
letters and sciences. 



CAME 


- B Y 


- 


CAME STATISTICS 










1 


9 9 


8 


- 9 


9 


















Date 


Opponent 


G-CS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


21 


5-9 


.556 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


.000 


1-8 


9 





2 


2 





1 14 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


13 


2-7 


.286 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


4 


2 


2 





2 7 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


15 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


333 


2-4 


.500 


1-4 


5 


1 





4 





2 9 


N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


23 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


5-6 


556 


0-5 


5 


3 


4 


3 





1 10 


N26 


AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


11 


4-5 


.800 


2-3 


.667 


4-4 


1.000 


0-2 


2 








1 





1 14 


N27 


# 10 UCLA 


1-0 


17 


3-8 


.375 


3-6 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








4 11 


N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


16 


5-7 


.714 


1-2 


500 


1-1 


1.000 


2-1 


3 


2 


3 


3 





3 12 


D3 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


16 


4-6 


667 


3-5 


600 


3-4 


750 


0-5 


5 


2 


2 


3 





1 14 


D6 


# 5 Stanford 


1-0 


12 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 











D7 


DePaul 


1-0 


21 


2-5 


.400 


1-2 


.500 


7-8 


.875 


2-2 


4 


2 


4 


3 





2 12 


D12 


# 5 Kentucky 


1-0 


13 


1-5 


.200 


0-2 


000 


5-5 


1.000 


2-0 


2 


3 


2 


1 





2 7 


D19 


Princeton 


1-0 


18 


4-6 


.667 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


3 


3 


1 





2 13 


D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


22 


3-13 


.231 


0-6 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-2 


6 





3 


1 





4 6 


D27 


South Carolina State 


20 


3-5 


.600 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


000 


0-4 


4 


3 


2 


5 





4 7 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


17 


1-4 


.250 


0-5 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


1 





1 3 


J7 


Virginia 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


4 





3 





4 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


13 


1-2 


500 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 





1 2 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-0 


9 


3-5 


.600 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


1 








6 


J19 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


13 


2-6 


.333 


1-4 


250 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 





2 


1 


2 5 


J24 


Clemson 


1-0 


6 


0-1 


000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 














J27 


Florida State 


1-0 


13 


4-6 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


2 





2 10 


J31 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


21 


6-11 


545 


4-7 


.571 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


3 


2 








1 18 


F3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


15 


2-7 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 





1 





4 


F6 


Virginia 


1-0 


18 


4-9 


444 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 








2 11 


F10 


NC State 


1-0 


15 


0-4 


000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 





2 


F13 


#10 N. Carolina 


1-0 


12 


3-4 


750 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 


1 





7 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


17 


4-8 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


3-3 


1.000 


1-4 


5 





4 








1 12 


F24 


Clemson 


1-0 


11 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 





1 


3 








F27 


Florida State 


1-0 


10 


2-3 


667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 





2 4 


M5 


Florida State (ACC) 1-0 


11 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


1000 


2-0 


2 


2 


1 








1 8 


M6 


#15 N. Car. (ACC) 


1-0 


13 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 





1 


1 





2 2 


M11 


Valparaiso (NCAA 


1-0 


8 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


500 


1-2 


500 


1-2 


3 


3 





1 





6 


M13 


Creighton (NCAA 


1-0 


13 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 





1 


3 





1 5 


M18 


#8 St. John's (NCAA) 


17 


2-7 


286 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


: 





I 


3 





1 5 



Team 
Clemson 
Duke 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



YEAR 

1998-99 


C-CS 
34-0 


FC-FCA 
85-192 




.PCT 
.443 




CAR 

\-3-POINT-\ 
FG-FCA .PCT 
36-97 .371 


E 


E R 

FT-FTA 

44-53 


S T 

.PCT 
.830 


A T 1 

PTS-AVC 
250-7.4 


s 


T 
OFF 
REB 
28 


1 C 

DEF 
REB 
60 


TOT 

REB-AVC 

88-2.6 


PF-D 
59-0 


AST 
47 


TO 
50 


BLK 
1 


STL 
50 


MIN 
505 


CAREER 


34-0 


85-192 




.443 




36-97 .371 




44-53 


.830 


250-7.4 




28 


60 


88-2.6 


59-0 


47 50 


1 


50 


505 


YEAR 
1998-99 


C-CS 
16-0 


FC-FCA 
37-82 




.PCT 
.451 




\-3-POINT-\ 
FC-FCA .PCT 
13-39 333 




FT-FTA 
13-16 


.PCT 
.813 


PTS-AVC 
100-6.3 




OFF 

REB 
8 


DEF 
REB 

24 


TOT 

REB-AVG 

32-2.0 


PF-D 
30-0 


AST 
17 


TO 
19 


BLK 
1 


STL 
15 


MIN 
220 


CAREER 


16-0 


37-82 




.451 




13-39 .333 




13-16 


.813 


100-6.3 




8 


24 


32-2.0 


30-0 


17 


19 


1 


1b 


220 


YEAR 

1998-99 


G-GS 
3-0 


FG-FGA 
7-18 




.PCT 
.389 




\-3-P0INT-\ 
FG-FGA .PCT 
3-9 .333 




FT-FTA 
1-2 


PCT 
.500 


PTS-AVC 
18-6.0 




OFF 

REB 

3 


DEF 

REB 

4 


TOT 

REB-AVG 

7-2.3 


PF-D 
4-0 


AST 
1 


TO 
4 


BLK 




STL 
1 


MIN 
38 


CAREER 


3-0 


7-18 
A R 


E 


.389 

E 


R 


3-9 .333 
S T A 


T 


1-2 
1 S 


.500 

r i c 


18-6.0 
S V 


s 


3 


4 
A 


7-2.3 
C C 


4-0 

T 


1 
E A 


4 
M S 





1 


38 



C-GS 
2-0 
2-0 
3-0 
2-0 
3-0 
2-0 
2-0 
2-0 



FC-FCA 
0-5 
3-11 
9-15 
6-14 
7-13 
1-6 
5-11 
10-17 



.PCT 
.000 
273 
.600 
.429 
.538 
167 
454 
.588 



\-3-P0INT-\ 
FG-FGA .PCT 



0-3 
0-7 
1-3 
2-5 
1-3 
0-3 
3-6 
7-12 



.000 
000 
.333 
400 
.333 
.333 
.500 
.583 



FT-FTA 
0-0 
1-2 
3-3 
3-3 
0-1 
0-0 
2-2 
5-6 



.PCT 
.000 

500 
1.000 
1.000 
.000 
000 
1.000 
.833 



PTS-AVG 
0-0.0 
7-3.5 
22-7.3 
17-8.5 
15-5.0 
2-1.0 
15-7.5 

32-16.0 



OFF 
REB 





2 

1 

3 

1 

2 

2 



DEF 
REB 



2 

2 

6 

2 

1 

3 



TOT 
REB-AVG 
0-0.0 
2-1.0 
4-1.3 
7-35 
5-1.7 
2-1.0 
5-2.5 
10-5.0 



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



AST 
1 
1 

4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
4 



TO 
3 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 



BLK 





1 








STL 

1 
5 
3 
2 
3 
2 
2 



MIN 
17 
32 
34 
30 
34 
28 
32 
37 



1999-sooo Maryland Men's Basketball 



«1 






Danny 
Miller 

Sophomore • Guard 

6-8 • 205 

M t . Holly, N.J. 

Rancocas valley 



SIGNATURE CAME 



• Miller scored six of the most important points of 
the 1998-99 season on successive possessions 
against Stanford to lead the Terps past the Cardinal, 
62-60, on Dec. 6, 1998. Miller hit two 3-point shots 
to help the Terps begin a 19-6 run and recover from 
a 20-12 disadvantage which saw the Terps go from 
eight points down to five points ahead late in the 
first half. 




CAREER HICHS 



r 




PTS 
FCM 
FCA 
FC% 

3FCM 
3FCA 
3FC% 

FTM 

FTA 

FT% 

OR 

DR 

REBS 

AST 

BLK 

STL 

MIN 



14 

6 

9 

1000 

3 

4 

100.0 



100.0 



vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. four teams (last at 
Florida State 2-27-99) 
vs. Virginia (2-6-99) 
vs. Virginia (2-6-99) 
vs. Stanford (12-6-98) 
vs. St. John's (3-18-99) 
vs. Hofstra (11-20-98) 
vs. Duquesne (11-23-98) 
vs. Hofstra (11-20-98) 
vs. Florida State (3-5-99) 
vs. four teams (last vs 
St. John's 3-18-99) 
vs. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
vs. DePaul (12-7-98) 
vs. Hofstra (11-20-98) 
vs. Hofstra (11-20-98) 
vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
at Florida State (1-27-99) 
vs. eight teams (last vs. 
St. John's 3-18-99) 
vs. three teams 
(last vs Creighton 3-13-99) 
vs Creighton 13-13-991 






% 



Y E R PROF 

On Miller: Displayed his exceptional talents and future 
potential as a member of the Terps' nine-man rotation 
during the 1998-99 season ... was one of only two Terp 
freshmen to play in all 34 games during the season and 
averaged 4.2 points and 2.1 rebounds ... his 13 3-point 
shots made ranks tied for the 13 ■''-best single season 
total by a freshman in school history while his 39 3- 
point shot attempts ranks as the fifth-highest total by 
a Maryland freshman ... Miller's 34 steals ranks as the 
eighth-highest total by a Terp freshman ... was named 
to Dick Vitale's Division I All-Miller team during the sea- 
son ... Vitale's All-Miller team named the top players in 
college basketball with the last name of Miller. 

As a Freshman: Averaged 4.2 points (seventh on the 
team) and 1.0 steals (sixth on the team) while playing in 
all 34 games and averaging 14.3 minutes per game ... 
playing time increased as the season went on ... aver- 
aged 13.4 minutes in the first 22 games of the season; 
16.9 in the final 10 games of the season, 20.2 
over the last five; and 21.0 in the Terps' three- 
game NCAA Tournament run ... double-figure 
minutes came in the last 14 games of the sea- 
son ... one of only five ACC freshmen to play ^ 
in 34 or more games during the 1998-99 sea- 
son ... Miller (34 games played) was joined by 
teammate Juan Dixon (34), Kris Lang of 
North Carolina (34), Will Solomon of 
Clemson (34) and Corey Maggette of 
Duke (39) as the freshmen who earned 
the most playing time in terms of num- 'a 
ber of games during the season ... ranked 
fifth among all league freshmen with a 
.482 field goal shooting percentage ... found 
his stroke from the field as the season went 
on to eventually rank among the team and 
conference freshmen leaders ... shot .513 per- 
cent (20-39) from the field in the last 10 
games of the season after shooting .423 
(22-52) in the first 22 games ... shot .571 
percent in the ACC Tournament (eight-of- 
14) ... may have been at his best in the 
Terps' five postseason games as he aver- 
aged 7.6 points and 2.6 rebounds while av- 
eraging 20.2 minutes played as Maryland 
advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Tour- 
nament and to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA C 
Tournament ... played 101 total postseason f 
minutes and totaled 38 points, 13 re- 
bounds, seven assists and 11 steals ... ' 
ranked fifth among all Terps and first 
among bench players in scoring during the postseason 
...burst onto the national scene with a six-point perfor- 
mance in No. 2 Maryland's victory over No. 5 Stanford 
in the first round of the BB&T Classic in Washington, 
D.C. ... hit 3-pointers on successive possessions to help 
the Terps recover from a 20-12 disadvantage to a slim, 
20-18 disadvantage ... Miller hit his first 3-pointer at the 
8:34 mark on an assist from senior guard Terrell Stokes 
and nailed another at the 7:56 mark directly off a steal 
by Stokes ... Miller's two 3-pointers began a five-minute, 
19-6 run which saw the Terps go from eight points down 
to five points up at the 3:33 mark ... Maryland led 39-32 
at the half ... Miller made one of the most important 
defensive stops of the season late in the second half 



rite 






L E S 

against the Cardinal ... with the Terps up 52-51 with 5:43 
remaining, Miller blocked a potential go-ahead shot at- 
tempt by Mark Madsen which turned into a layup for 
Terp All-American Steve Francis at the other end ... 
Stanford never regained the lead after that play and 
Maryland won the game, 62-60 ... scored his career high 
of 14 points in the Terps' victory over AU Puerto Rico in 
the opening round of the Puerto Rico Shootout ... his 

14 points tied him with fellow freshman Juan Dixon for 
team and game-high scoring honors ... scored his ca- 
reer high of six field goals on his career-high nine field 
goal attempts against AUPR ... averaged 5 3 points, two 
rebounds and 0.7 assists in three games as Maryland 
won the tournament championship ... double-figure scor- 
ing came in back-to-back games of the ACC Tournament 
against Florida State (10 points in 20 minutes) and No. 

15 North Carolina (11 points in 18 minutes) ... shot eight- 
of-14 (.571) from the field at the ACC Tournament ... 
nine of his 11 points came during the Terps' second- 
half comeback attempt against North Carolina ... 

credited with a steal that began Maryland's come- 
back with 7:18 remaining in the half ... hit a 3- 
l point shot at the 5:54 mark to bring the Terps 
to within 14 ... recorded his second of three 
steals during the game only 13 seconds later 
to gain back possession for the Terps .. re- 
corded his third steal within a two-minute 
period and fed Steve Francis for a layup 
to bring the Terps to within 11 at the 
4:59 mark ... scored 11 points against 
I Virginia (including eight in the first 
half) as Maryland defeated the Cava- 
liers in Cole Field House on Feb 6 ... a 
late 3-pointer gave the Terps breath- 
ing room down the stretch (82-72 with 
1:10 remaining in the game) in the Terps' 
88-72 victory ... career high of seven re- 
bounds came against Hofstra on Nov. 20 
... grabbed five or more rebounds on five 
occasions - Maryland was 5-0 in those 
games ... ACC career high of five re- 
bounds against Florida State as Maryland 
won in Cole Field House on Jan 27 ... ca- 
reer high of four assists came in home 
games against North Texas and Florida 
State ... career-high three steals against 
, Western Carolina in his first collegiate 
' game on Nov. 14, in the ACC Tournament 
against North Carolina and in the NCAA 
Tournament against Creighton 

At Rancocas Valley: 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 publica- 
tions ... selected as a member of the McDonald's All- 
America team, the USA Today Super 25 squad and the 
Parade Magazine and Street and Smiths Magazine All- 
America teams ... his selection by each of the four pub- 
lications placed him in a prestigious class of high school 
players who will have attended the University of Mary- 
land or any of the nine ACC schools ... was selected as 




I 



es 



1999-SOOO Maryland Men's Basketball 



. 






■ 




P L A 

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' re- 
cruiting services throughout his senior season and was 
ranked as the 11th-best player by the end of the year 
by the Gibbons service ... led Rancocas Valley to state 
championships during his sophomore and senior sea- 
sons 




Y E R PROF 

Personal: Born March 18, 1980 and is the son of Rose 
and Mick Miller ,., father is an accountant and mother is 
a nurse ... his older brother, Greg, is a junior guard at 
the University of Delaware ... Greg averaged 6.0 points 



I L E S 

in 31 games (19 as a starter) as Delaware played in the 
1999 NCAA Tournament ... father, Mick, and a brother, 
Mike, both played at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, 
Pa ... major is letters and sciences. 



CAME 


- B Y 


- 


CAME STATISTICS 










1 


9 9 


8 


- 9 


9 




















Date 


Opponent 


C-GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FC-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


0-D 


Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPts 


N14 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


17 


3-6 


.500 


0-3 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


2 


2 





6 


1 


3 


! : 


N17 


UMBC 


1-0 


13 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


1-4 


5 


3 


1 


1 





1 


8 


N20 


Hofstra 


1-0 


20 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


5-5 


.600 


1-6 


7 


1 











1 


5 


N23 


Duquesne 


1-0 


14 


1-3 


333 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


750 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 











5 


N26 


All Puerto Rico 


1-0 


18 


6-9 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


000 


3-2 


5 





1 


1 








14 


N27 


# 10 UCLA 


1-0 


10 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





2 


1 


1 





1 





N28 


Pittsburgh 


1-0 


11 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-2 


1 


1 





2 





1 


2 


D5 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


15 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


2 








1 


3 


D6 


# 5 Stanford 


1-0 


16 


2-4 


500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 





1 





6 


D7 


DePaul 


1-0 


15 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


000 


3-2 


5 





3 














D12 


# 5 Kentucky 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


1 


5 





1 











019 


Princeton 


1-0 


13 


3-4 


750 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





2 


1 


1 





2 


6 


D23 


North Texas 


1-0 


15 


3-7 


.429 


0-3 


000 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


3 





4 


2 


1 


2 


6 


D27 


S Carolina State 


1-0 


12 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 








1 


1 


1 


3 


J3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


1 


1 











J7 


Virginia 


1-0 


11 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





3 





1 


D 


J10 


NC State 


1-0 


16 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-1 


3 


3 





2 


1 


1 


6 


J13 


# 7 N. Carolina 


1-0 


5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 

















2 


J19 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 





1 











1 


J24 


Clemson 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 














2 





J27 


Florida State 


1-0 


16 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 


5 


1 


4 


1 





1 


3 


J31 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


18 


1-3 


.333 


1-3 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 











3 


F3 


# 2 Duke 


1-0 


12 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





2 


2 








1 


1 


F6 


Virginia 


1-0 


19 


4-7 


.571 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 








1 


11 


F10 


NC State 


1-0 


19 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


1 


3 


3 











2 


F15 


#10 N. Carolina 


1-0 


11 


2-3 


667 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 





4 


F21 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


3 


2 





2 


4 


F24 


Clemson 


1-0 


13 


0-3 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





2 


1 





1 


1 





F27 


Florida State 


1-0 


10 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


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1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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Blake 

Freshman * Guard 
6-3 • 175 

Miami Lakes, Fla. 
Oak Hill Academy 




On Blake: "Steve's a natural leader. You give him the 
ball and everyone on the court seems to know that 
he's the point guard, the guy in charge, the floor gen- 
eral. He makes everyone around him better. If a team- 
mate is open, he will find a way to get him the basket- 
ball," said Louis Wilson, who coached him during the 
1999 Capital Classic All-Star game ... All-America hon- 
orable mention selection following his senior season 
by USA Today ... named the runner-up for the "Mr. 
Basketball" award in the state of Virginia following his 
senior season at Oak Hill ... ranked as the second-best 
prep point guard by recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons ... 
ranked as the sixth-best point guard entering the col- 
legiate ranks this season by recruiting expert Brick 
Oettinger ... named as the 44 rh -best overall player in 
the prep class of 1999 by Recruiter's Handbook and 
the ACCArea Sports Journal... in the final game of his 
high school career, Blake led a team of ACC future 
stars past a team of future SEC stars, 145-115, in 
Reynolds Coliseum on the NC State campus in the Fila/ 
USA Hoops Challenge ... displayed his awesome poten- 
tial as he led all players with 10 assists and six steals 
while adding four points in 22 minutes of play ... was a 
strong candidate for MVP honors and the top defen- 
sive player throughout the game ... as a starter in the 
Capital Classic he had five points, two steals and one 
assist ... his assist total should have been higher but 
his exquisite variety of passes to teammates in scor- 
ing position were often dropped ... helped lead the 
Capital team to victory for the first time since former 
Terp All-American Joe Smith led the Capitals to vic- 



Y E R PROF/ 

tory in 1993 ... finished his high school career with an 
amazing 100-4 record. 

At Oak Hill: Started at point guard and averaged 8.8 
points and 7.3 assists as Oak Hill was named the high 
school national champion by USA Today, ESPN and the 
Associated Press ... Oak Hill continued the outstanding 
Warrior tradition with a perfect 31-0 record, becom- 
ing the school's third undefeated team in the last nine 
seasons ... Oak Hill defeated seven of the top 25 na- 
tionally ranked teams during the season ... scored 16 
points and added 10 assists as Oak Hill defeated Mt. 
Zion (N.C.) to win the championship of the Reebok Invi- 
tational/Las Vegas Holiday Tournament ... named to the 
all-tournament team at Las Vegas ... averaged 6.3 as- 
sists in three games as Oak Hill won the Claxo-Wellcome 
Holiday Tournament in Raleigh, N.C. ... credited with six 
assists as Oak Hill defeated Christ the King (N.Y.) in the 
championship game ... season-high 13 assists came at 
Minnetonka (Minn.) High School on Jan. 30. 

At Miami Senior: The starting point guard at Miami 
Senior High School as a junior ... led Miami Senior to a 
36-1 record and the 6A Florida state championship ... 
team was ranked No. 4 in the final rankings by USA 
Today., was an All-America honorable mention selec- 
tion by USA Today, all-state second-team selection, 
all-county first-team choice and a member of the 
state championship series all-tournament team ... all- 
tournament team selection at the lolani Tournament 
(Hawaii) ... was selected to the all-tournament team 
and named the most valuable player at the Chelsea 
Tournament (Boston) ... scored 14 points - 12 from 3- 
point range - as Miami won the 1998 state champion- 
ship ... scored 17 points for Miami Senior as the 
Stingerees defeated Dillard in the Wilt Chamberlain 
Rising Star Shootout with the tournament's namesake 
in attendance. 

At Miami Killian: Played on the varsity as a freshman 
and sophomore at Miami Killian ... starting point guard 
who led Killian to a 33-3 record and to the semifinals 
of the 6A state tournament ... the first point guard 
to take Killian to the state semifinals in 19 years ... 
named to the state championship series all-tourna- 
ment team and was an all-state honorable mention 
selection ... earned all-tournament team honors in the 
junior Orange Bowl Classic as a freshman and sopho- 
more ... all-county first-team as a sophomore and sec- 
ond-team as a freshman. 

International: Helped lead the United States to a gold 
medal in the 1998 Junior World Championship quali- 
fying tournament prior to his senior season at Oak Hill 
as he played in all six games of the tournament and 
averaged 14.5 minutes per game ... tied for the team 
lead in assists with 20, an average of 3.3 per game ... 
credited with a team-high four assists in the gold 
medal game against Argentina ... tied for the team 
high in assists against Canada with four; against Cuba 
with four; and against Brazil with five ... tied for the 
team assist lead with Florida's Mike Miller ... scored a 



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personal-best eight points against Canada in the first 
game of the tournament ... scored on f ive-of -nine free 
throws against Canada .. . was a perfect two-of-two 
from the free-throw line in the gold medal game 
against Argentina ... selected as a member of the U.S. 
Junior World Championship Team which played in Por- 
tugal in July of 1999 

Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1980 in Hollywood, Fla. ... Steve 
is the son of Richard and Cindy Blake ... he is the young- 
est of four ... three older sisters ... a member of the 
National Honor Society and graduated fourth in his 
senior class at Oak Hill ... played in the Charlie Weber 
Invitational Tournament in Cole Field House prior to 
both his junior and senior years in high school. 




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Tahj 
Holden 

Freshman • Forward 

6-10 • 235 

Little Sifter, N J. 

Red Bank Regional 



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Y E R PROF 

Matawan on Jan. 22 ... had 19 points, six rebounds and 
five blocked shots against St. Patrick's of Elizabeth in 
the Reebok Prime Time Shootout on Feb. 14 ... scored 
a team-high 21 points against Chester on Feb. 15 ... 
scored 24 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and five 
blocked shots against Lakewood in the Shore Confer- 
ence Tournament semifinals ... hit two pressure-packed 
free throws with 23 seconds remaining in the Shore 
Conference championship game to lead Red Bank to 
a 44-43 victory over Christian Brothers Academy ... 
Holden's shots propelled No. 12-ranked Red Bank past 
No. 3-ranked CBA ... scored a game-high 18 points to 
go along with four rebounds and three assists .. an- 
chored the Red Bank defense which held CBA score- 
less over the final 4:32 of the game ... blocked a ca- 
reer-high nine shots against Neptune in the tourna- 
ment quarterfinals ... nearly lifted Red Bank to victory 
in the state tournament semifinals with a 13-point per- 
formance against Colonia ... put the Buccaneers ahead, 
63-62, with two free throws with 1:58 remaining on 
the clock ... Colonia hit a desperation 3-pointer at the 



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On Holden: "He's just a very big wing. You don't find 
many guys at [his size] who can shoot the three. He's 
very difficult to defend and he can put the ball on 
the floor and blow past you. He's matured and devel- 
oped more each year and he just loves the game," 
said his high school coach, Steve Johnson ... selected 
all-state by the Associated Press ... an all-state sec- 
ond-team choice following his senior season by the 
Gannett newspaper chain ... all-state fourth team by 
New Jersey Hoops ... played in the New Jersey Scho- 
lastic Coaches Association All-Star game following his 
senior season ... ranked as the 48 th -best prep player 
entering the collegiate ranks for the 1999-2000 sea- 
son by the ACC Area Journal and Recruiter's Hand- 
book. 

At Red Bank Regional: A three-year starter at Red Bank 
... Red Bank was ranked as the top public high school 
team in the state of New Jersey during his senior sea- 
son ... ranked 14 m in the final poll of the 1999 season 
by New Jersey Hoops ... an All-Shore first-team selec- 
tion as a senior by the Asbury Park Press ... named the 
area high school player of the year by the Asbury Park 
Press following his senior season ... scored 1,025 ca- 
reer points to rank in the top 10 in school history ... 
averaged 14.6 points on .520 percent field goal shoot- 
ing to go along with 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per 
game ... scored a season-high 24 points in a Shore Con- 
ference Tournament victory over Lakewood ... scored 
23 points and eight rebounds against Gainesville (Fla.) 
on Jan. 24 and 16 points and 11 rebounds against 



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buzzer to win the game ... averaged 14.4 points, 6.8 
rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in lead- 
ing Red Bank to a 20-9 record as a junior ... also made 
36 3-point shots as a junior ... named All-Jersey Shore 
third-team as a junior ... led Red Bank Regional to the 
Central Jersey Croup III championship game as a jun- 
ior ... helped lead the U.S. to a gold medal at the 1998 
World Youth Games in Moscow during the summer 
prior to his senior season ... shot 13-of-21 (.619) from 
the field, grabbed 12 rebounds, had seven assists, six 
steals and five blocked shots to lead his AAU team - 
the Central Jersey Hawks - to the championship game 
of the AAU national tournament and was named AAU 
All-America first-team ... ranked as the nation's 46 m - 
best prep product entering his senior season by 
Fastbreak Magazine. 

Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1981 ... Tahj is the son of Debbie 
Holden ... was Student Council President as a senior ... 
a semif inalist in the National Achievement Scholarship 
Program. 




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Drew 
Nicholas 

Freshman • Guard 
6-3 • 165 

Hempstead, N.Y. 
Long island Lutheran 




On Nicholas: "He's probably the most consistent player 
I've had in big games. The phrase 'complete player' 
comes to mind and I'd have to say he's the best," said 
his high school coach, Ronn Hall ... averaged 24.2 points, 
4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.7 steals per game as a 
senior and shot a spectacular 57 percent from the 
floor, including 66 percent from two- point range and 
47 percent from 3-point range ... hit 75 3-point shots 
during his senior season ... scored 1,011 career points 
... earned the Richard Sandler Award as the top player 
in Nassau County following his senior season ... the 
award is presented annually by A/ewsday and has pre- 
viously been awarded to collegiate stars Zendon 
Hamilton of St. John's in 1994 and Wally Sczerbiak of 
Miami (Ohio) in 1995 ... Nassau County Player of the 
Year and All-Long Island first-team selection by 
Newsday ... named a tri-state legend by the New York 
Daily News following his senior season ... recent hon- 
orees on the legend team are 1999 National Player of 
the Year Elton Brand of Duke, Tim Thomas of Villanova 
and the NBAs Milwaukee Bucks and Ron Artest of St. 
John's ... was honored as a member of the legend team 
at Madison Square Garden on April 29, 1999 prior to a 
New York Knicks vs. Philadelphia 76ers game. 

At Long Island Lutheran: All-state Class A selection by 
the N.Y state sportswriters association ... all-city first- 
team selection by the New York Post following his out- 
standing senior season ... named the MVP of the Sugar 
City Classic as he led Lutheran to the tournament 



Y E R PROF/ 

championship in Savannah, Ga., his senior season ... 
scored 39 points and was named the Nassau County 
team MVP of the 10 m annual Lupus All-Star Basketball 
Classic prior to the start of his senior season ... scored 
31 second-half points as he attempted to pull Nassau 
back into the game in the closing minutes ... scored 18 
points and won the 3-point shooting contest at the 
same event in 1997 ... was a giant in the 1999 state 
federation Class A Tournament semifinals against Rice 
of Manhattan on March 26, 1999 with career-high 33 
points on 12-of-23 shooting (.522) from the field to 
go along with six rebounds and two steals ... Rice, which 
was ranked No. 2 in the nation at the time of the game, 
outslugged Lutheran, 75-65 ... Nicholas scored 17 of 
his game-high 33 points in the first half as Lutheran 
held an eight-point advantage at the intermission ... 
totaled 33 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists as 
Lutheran defeated Providence Day School of Raleigh, 
N.C., on Feb. 15 of his senior season 
... scored 26 of Lutheran's 51 points 
against Marist of New Jersey in the 
Nike Super Six Tournament at Madi- 
son Square Garden on Jan. 17, 1999 
... was nine-of 21 from the field and 
four-of 11 from 3-point range 
against Marist, which won the game 
58-51 ... displayed his defensive abili- 
ties late in the game as he drew two 
fourth-quarter charges which fouled 
out Marist star Rashid Dunbar ... 
scored a game-high 27 points (includ- 
ing three 3-pointers) to lead 
Lutheran past Uniondale on Dec. 21, 
1998 in a non-league contest ... 25 
points against St. Dominic (including 
three 3-pointers) in a 74-57 victory 
on Jan. 23, 1999 ... scored 29 points 
on senior night to lead Lutheran past 
Chaminade and help the Crusaders 
finish their regular season with a 21- 
3 record ... the victory capped off 
an undefeated season at home and 
a perfect 9-0 record during the 
month of February ... Nicholas hit a 
pair of free throws with less than 
three minutes to play as the Crusad- 
ers pulled away for the victory ... was 
a three-year varsity letterwinner 
(and two-year starter) at Lutheran 
and played on three teams which ad- 
vanced to the state federation Final 
Four ... Lutheran's 1997 team won 
the state championship title as it de- 
feated the Ron Artest-led LaSalle 
Academy team in the semifinals and 
Robeson of Brooklyn in the champi- 
onship game ... was an All-Long Island 
second team honoree as a junior 
when he averaged 18 points per 
game ... led the Crusaders to the 



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state federation championship game with a 23-point 
performance in the semifinal round against Grady High 
School of Brooklyn ... added 26 points in the title round 
against Rice ... a crowd favorite as he played as a mem- 
ber of the United States team at the annual Capital 
Classic All-Star game at MCI Center following his se- 
nior season ... was the most productive of the three 
future Terps in the game as he scored 13 points and 
added three assists. 

Personal: Born May 17, 1981 ... Drew is the son of 
Yvonne and Darryl Nicholas ... a brother, Chris, also 
played for Lutheran and starred collegiately at Colgate 
... Drew was a ballboy for the Crusaders ... former St. 
John's standout and current Chicago Bull Bill 
Wennington played his prep ball at Lutheran ... played 
in Cole Field House for the first time during the 1998 
Charlie Weber Tournament. 




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Byron 
Mouton 

Redshirt Junior • 

Guard/Forward 

6-6 • 215 

Rayne, La. 

Rayne 

(Tulane) 





CAREER 



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31 


FCM 


12 


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25 


FC% 


700 


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6 


3FCA 


11 


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.800 


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10 




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12 


FT% 


1.000 


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5 


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8 




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8 


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3 




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6 


MIN 


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vs. Southern Mississippi (2-5-98) 

vs. Southern Mississippi (2-5-98) 

vs Tulsa (11-17-98) 

vs. Stetson (11-26-98) 

vs Southern Mississippi (2-5-98) 

at Hawaii (12-6-97) 

vs. Alabama (12-20-97) 

vs. Tulsa (11-17-98) 

vs. UNC Charlotte (2-9-98) 

vs. Tulsa (11-17-98) 

vs. UNC Charlotte (2-9-98) 

4 times (last vs. Cincinnati 1-20-98) 

vs. South Florida (1-24-98) 

vs. Rhode Island (1-15-98) 

vs. South Florida (1-24-98) 

vs. DePaul (1-30-99) 

vs. Southeast Louisiana (11-29-97) 

vs. UT-Arlington (11-14-98) 

vs. DePaul (1-30-99) 

at Houston (2-13-99) 

vs. Southern Mississippi (2-5-98) 

Tulane career from 1997-99 






Y E R P 

On Mouton: A transfer student- 
athlete from Tulane who must sit 
out the 1999-2000 season un- 
der NCAA rules ... averaged 13.5 
points and 3.7 rebounds in 54 
career games for the Green 
Wave ... was considered to be the 
prize catch of Tulane's 1997-98 
recruiting class ... an inside scor- 
ing threat with great skills and 
athletic ability ... Tulane's leading 
scorer as a sophomore during 
the 1998-99 season and the sec- 
ond-leading scorer as a fresh- 
man in 1997-98. 

As a Sophomore: Was Tulane's 
leading scorer with an 11.4 points 
per-game average in 25 games 
played ... tied for the team lead 
with 15 double-figure scoring 
games ... tied for second on the 
team with two 20-point scoring 
games ... equaled his career high 
of eight rebounds against DePaul 
on Jan. 20 ... 15 double-figure 
scoring games tied for the team 
lead ... led the Green Wave 
against DePaul with 11 points in 
the C-USA Tournament on March 
5 ... scored 15 points in a double- 
overtime victory over South 
Florida on Feb. 27 ... was five-of- 
10 from the field including three- 
of-four from 3-point range 
against the Bulls ... scored seven 
points and grabbed four re- 



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Saint Louis 


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New Orleans 


29 


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1-4 


.250 


3-4 


.750 


1-4 


6 


2 





3 





10 


J21 


Ala -Birmingham 


27 


3-9 


333 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 


5 


3 


2 


2 





1 7 


J23 


Houston 


37 


6-17 


.353 


3-12 


.250 


6-6 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


4 


3 


2 


6 21 


J28 


Marquette 


28 


1-6 


167 


0-3 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 


3 


4 





2 


J30 


DePaul 


35 


8-17 


471 


3-10 


300 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


8 


4 


2 





3 


19 


F3 


Cincinnati 


26 


3-12 


.250 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


5 


1 


3 





3 7 


F8 


South Florida 


30 


3-10 


300 


2-4 


.500 


5-7 


714 


2-0 


2 





1 








1 13 


F11 


Southern Miss. 


29 


2-7 


.286 


2-8 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


1 





1 





1 8 


F13 


Houston 


33 


2-12 


.167 


2-4 


500 


5-6 


.833 


4-3 


7 


4 


1 


1 





11 


F18 


Louisville 


23 


4-11 


.364 


2-6 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


1 


2 





2 10 


F21 


NC State 


35 


2-6 


.333 


0-3 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


4 


2 





4 





7 


F24 


Memphis 


18 


3-7 


429 


1-2 


500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 





1 7 


F27 


South Florida 


38 


5-10 


.500 


3-4 


750 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 


2 





2 15 


M3 


DePaul 


24 


4-15 


.267 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


4-1 


5 


4 


2 


3 


1 


1 11 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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P L A 

bounds at NC State on Feb. 21 as the Green Wave 
played in the final game at historic Reynolds Coliseum 
... grabbed five rebounds and credited with a season- 
high four steals against Texas A&M on Dec. 9 ... re- 
corded a career-long consecutive-games streak with 
at least one 3-point shot made which included the 
final four games of his freshman season and the first 
five games of his sophomore season. 

As a Freshman: Named to the Conference-USA All- 
Freshman team as he led Tulane in scoring (15.3 ppg) 
... invited to the USA men's national team trials ... was 
the runner-up to former Saint Louis star Larry Hughes 
for C-USA Freshman of the Year honors ... called one 
of the Top 15 first-year basketball phenoms by Sports 
Illustrated ... averaged a team-leading 31.3 minutes 
played in 29 games ... his 444 points rank as the sec- 
ond-highest scoring total by a Tulane freshman ... led 
or co-led the team in scoring 16 times and was the 
only double figure scorer on the team ... scored a ca- 
reer-high 31 points as Tulane defeated Southern Mis- 
sissippi on Feb. 5 ... hit five consecutive 3-point shots 
in regulation and a buzzer beating shot from the 
bonusphere to send the game into a second overtime 
... was a perfect 10-of-10 (1.000) from the free-throw 
line to tie the school record for single-game perfec- 
tion against UNC-Charlotte on Feb. 9 ... 24 points came 
twice: Nov. 17 at Tulsa and Dec. 20 vs. Alabama ... his 
24 points against Tulsa was his freshman season high 
... scored 23 points at Hawaii on Dec. 6 and 18 against 
Long Beach State on Dec. 7 in earning all-tournament 
team honors at the University of Hawaii PowerBar In- 
vitational ... led the Green Wave with 16 points and a 
career-high eight rebounds against Rhode Island on 
Jan, 15 ... tied his career high rebounding total of eight 
against South Florida three games later on Jan. 24 ... 
scored 20 points on three-of-four shooting from the 
3-point line at Alabama-Birmingham on Feb. 14. 



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Opponent 


Min. 


FC-A 


Pet. 


3FC-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D Tot 


PF 


A TO 


B 


SPtS 


N14 


Texas Arlington 


23 


4-11 


.363 


1-3 


.333 


4-4 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


2 13 


N17 


Tulsa 


41 


6-25 


.240 


2-10 


.200 


10-12 


853 


1-5 


6 


5 


2 


2 





3 24 


N19 


Nicholls State 


32 


6-16 


.375 


0-5 


.000 


3-6 


.500 


5-1 


6 


1 





4 





1 15 


N29 


SE Louisiana 


29 


5-15 


333 


0-4 


.000 


6-9 


.667 


0-4 


4 


3 


8 


4 





5 16 


D2 


Prairie View A&M 


23 


3-9 


.333 


2-6 


.333 


4-4 


1.000 


3-2 


5 


2 





4 





12 


D6 


Hawaii 


37 


7-16 


.438 


4-11 


.364 


5-6 


.844 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


3 





3 23 


D7 


Long Beach State 


32 


6-9 


.667 


3-6 


.500 


3-3 


1000 


0-5 


5 


2 





5 





4 18 


D20 


Alabama 


36 10-16 


.625 


4-5 


.800 


0-2 


.000 


0-4 


4 


5 


1 


4 





2 24 


D22 


New Orleans 


27 


3-8 


375 


0-4 


.000 


3-4 


750 


0-5 


5 


4 


1 


6 





1 9 


D27 


Memphis 


32 


6-14 


.429 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


2 


3 





3 





1 15 


D30 


North Carolina A&T 


24 


5-11 


.455 


2-5 


.400 


4-6 


.667 


2-0 


2 


2 


2 


1 





3 16 


J4 


UNLV 


29 


1-13 


077 


1-8 


.125 


8-10 


800 


2-3 


5 


2 


2 


1 





2 11 


J7 


Saint Louis 


28 


6-14 


.429 


2-6 


.333 


4-4 


1,000 


3-3 


6 


3 





1 


2 


18 


J10 


Ala.-Birmingham 


31 


7-18 


.389 


4-10 


400 


2-4 


,500 


1-1 


2 


3 


4 


3 





1 20 


J15 


Rhode Island 


31 


5-14 


357 


0-3 


.000 


6-9 


,667 


5-3 


8 


4 





2 





1 16 


J18 


Houston 


33 


8-18 


444 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


5-2 


7 


2 


2 


3 





16 


J20 


Cincinnati 


30 


3-12 


250 


3-9 


.333 


4-4 


1.000 


5-0 


5 


4 


2 


1 





2 13 


J24 


South Florida 


34 


5-16 


.313 


4-9 


,444 


3-3 


1.000 


2-6 


8 


1 





2 





1 17 


J29 


Houston 


32 


3-14 


.214 


1-8 


.125 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


2 


1 





2 9 


F1 


Marquette 


28 


3-16 


.188 


1-4 


.250 


2-4 


.500 


4-2 


6 


2 





2 


1 


3 9 


F5 


Southern Miss. 


47 12-23 


.522 


6-9 


.667 


1-2 


.500 


3-0 


3 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 31 


F7 


Louisville 


34 


4-10 


.400 


1-5 


.200 


3-4 


750 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


5 





2 12 


F9 


UNC Charlotte 


21 


1-9 


.111 


0-5 


.000 


10-10 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


4 


2 


2 





1 12 


F14 


Ala.-Birmingham 


27 


2-12 


.167 


2-8 


.250 


7-8 


875 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 








1 13 


F18 


Memphis 


31 


3-8 


375 


1-6 


.167 


3-5 


600 


0-0 





2 


5 


3 





2 10 


F21 


Southern Miss 


32 


7-10 


700 


2-5 


400 


0-3 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





3 





2 16 


F25 


DePaul 


34 


6-14 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


3-4 


.750 


2-0 


2 


2 


3 


1 





1 16 


F28 


South Florida 


37 


5-11 


,272 


2-7 


.286 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 9 


M4 


Saint Louis 


33 


2-12 


.167 


1-7 


.143 


6-6 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


2 


1 


1 





1 11 



At Rayne: Averaged 31.7 points, 9.5 rebounds, 4.0 as- 
sists and 3.4 steals as a senior ... shot 57 percent from 
the floor and 88 percent from the free throw line 
during his senior season ... was ranked as one of the 
top 25 recruits as a high school senior in 1997 ... was 
the Class 3A Player of the Year as a junior and senior 
... selected as the All-Acadiana Player of the Year by 
the Lafayette Daily Advertiser ... ranked as the 15th 
best player in the class of 1997 by Prep Stars Recruit- 
ers' Handbook ... rated No. 29 nationally by Bob Gib- 
bons' All-Star Sports Report ... averaged 32.0 points 



and 13.2 rebounds as a junior, 27.3 points and 11.0 
rebounds as a sophomore and 19.3 points and 7.5 re- 
bounds as a freshman on the varsity squad ... led Rayne 
to a cumulative record of 125-21 (.856) and the state 
championship his sophomore season ... Rayne ad- 
vanced to the state semifinals during his sophomore 
and junior seasons. 

Personal: Born- April 29, 1978 ... Byron is the son of 
Shirley Mouton ... majoring in sociology. 



YEAR 
1998-99 
1997-98 
CAREER - 



YEAR 

1998-99 
1997-98 


c-cs 

25-13 
29-26 


FC-FCA 
93-242 
143-394 


.PCT 
384 
.360 


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FC-FCA 
46-126 
53-179 


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.PCT 
.365 
.296 


E 


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FT-FTA 

52-73 

107-141 




S T 

.PCT 
712 
.759 


A T 

PTS-AVC 

284-114 
444-15.3 




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REB 
32 
50 


1 C S 

DEF TOT 
REB REB-AVC 
56 88-3.5 
64 114-3.9 


PF-D 
62-2 
75-2 


AST 
26 
46 


TO 
54 
74 


BLK 

10 
8 


STL 
34 
50 


MIN 

690 
908 


CAREER 


54-39 


236-636 


.369 
C 


99-305 
N F 


325 
E 


R 


159-214 
E N 


C 


743 

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728-13.5 
S T 


A 


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T 1 


120 202-3.7 
STIC 


137-4 
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72 


128 


18 


88 


1,598 



C-CS FC-FCA 

15-10 93-242 

16-13 79-210 

"yPB 172-452 



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.384 27-80 .338 27-39 .692 162-108 22 32 54-3.6 39-0 22 26 7 25 162 

.361 33-102 .324 45-60 .750 236-14.8 28 25 53-3.3 39-0 25 33 5 22 510 



.381 



60-182 



.330 



(1997-98 and 1998-99 at Tulane as a member of Conference USA) 



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Tidbits 






• Maryland captured 
two tournaments 
during the 1998-99 
season, winning the 
Puerto Rico Shootout 
(left) andtheBBAT 
Classic. 

• Maryland established 
the school-record for 
victories in a season 
(28) and set school 
records for assists, 
steals and blocked 
shots during the 1998- 
99 season. 

• Maryland won a 
school-record 13ACC 
games and finished in 
the league's upper 
division for the sixth 
consecutive season in 
1998-99. 



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Terps In The Polls 


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1998-99 Season Statistics 71 

Team Game-By-Game Stats 72 

Individual Game-By-Game Stats .73 
Season Superlatives 73 


1998-99 Review Notebook .... 

1998-99 Honors & Awards 

1998-99 Game Capsules 


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1998-99 Season Results 






Overall: 28-6 


• ACC: IJ-J ■ Home: 13-1 • 


Road: 7-3 • 


Neutral: 8-2 




Date 


Opponent 


W/L 


Score 


Rec. 


ACC 


Aft 


High Scorer 


High Rebounder 


Opp High Scorer 


Opp High Reb 


Nov. 14 


W. Carolina 


W 


113-46 


1-0 




14,500 


Ekezie (19) 


Dixon (9) 


Whitmore/GreendO) 


Seibert (9) 


Nov. 17 


UMBC 


w 


90-62 


2-0 




13,865 


Morris (19) 


Ekezie (11) 


Okafor(14) 


Okafor(11) 


Nov. 20 


Hofstra 


w 


89-59 


3-0 




14.500 


Ekezie (23) 


Ekezie (11) 


Richardson (20) 


Gittens (12) 


Nov 23 


Duquesne 


w 


81-47 


4-0 




14,500 


Morris (18) 


Profit (7) 


Tann(13) 


Stephenson (5) 


Nov. 26 


at AU Puerto Rico 


w 


82-32 


5-0 




2,500 


Dixon/Miller (14) 


Ekezie (8) 


Nesbitt (14) 


Riveria/Nesbitt (9) 


Nov. 27 


#10 UCLA' 


w 


70-54 


6-0 




2,500 


Morris (22) 


Morris (11) 


Watson (17) 


Watson (7) 


Nov. 28 


Pittsburgh 1 


w 


87-52 


7-0 




2.500 


Profit (23) 


Morris/Mardesich (8) 


Cummings (19) 


Greer (10) 


Dec. 3 


Wake Forest 


w 


92-69 


8-0 


1-0 


14,500 


Ekezie (19) 


Baxter (7) 


Songaila (15) 


Shoemaker/Songaila (9) 


Dec. 6 


#5 Stanford 2 


w 


62-60 


9-0 




20,544 


Francis (24) 


Francis (7) 


Lee (14) 


Madsen (8) 


Dec 7 


DePaul 2 


w 


92-75 


10-0 




18,244 


Morns (22) 


Morris (6) 


Richardson (28) 


Richardson (9) 


Dec. 12 


at #5 Kentucky 


L 


91-103 


10-1 




24,321 


Francis (26) 


Ekezie (9) 


Evans (31) 


Padgett (13) 


Dec 19 


Princeton 5 


w 


81-58 


11-1 




13,489 


Profit (21) 


Francis (6) 


Lewullis (20) 


Young (7) 


Dec. 23 


North Texas 


w 


132-57 


12-1 




14.500 


Baxter (28) 


Ekezie (15) 


Ervin(12) 


Washington (11) 


Dec 27 


SC State 


w 


104-70 


13-1 




14.500 


Profit (25) 


Mardesich (9) 


Wiatre (26) 


Hall (11) 


Jan. 3 


#2 Duke 


L 


64-82 


13-2 


1-1 


14.500 


Morris (16) 


Profit/Morris (9) 


Brand (19) 


Brand (13) 


Jan. 7 


at Virginia 


w 


71-66 


14-2 


2-1 


8,268 


Morris/Ekezie (17) 


Ekezie (7) 


Dersch (15) 


Hand (7) 


Jan. 10 


NC State 


w 


94-48 


15-2 


3-1 


14,500 


Francis (22) 


Morris (6) 


Bean (9) 


Bean (7) 


Jan. 13 


at #7 N. Carolina 


w 


89-76 


16-2 


4-1 


21,572 


Profit (24) 


Francis (6) 


Haywood (18) 


Haywood (11) 


Jan. 19 


Georgia Tech 


w 


77-62 


17-2 


5-1 


14,500 


Morris (20) 


Morris (10) 


Floyd (16) 


Jones (9) 


Jan. 24 


at Clemson 


w 


81-79 


18-2 


6-1 


11,200 


Morris (26) 


Morris (5) 


Mclntyre (25) 


Gilmore (6) 


Jan. 27 


Florida State 


w 


107-87 


19-2 


7-1 


14,500 


Ekezie (22) 


Morris (6) 


Hale (22) 


Simmons (7) 


Jan. 31 


at Wake Forest 


L 


72-85 


19-3 


7-2 


13,679 


Dixon (18) 


Morris (11) 


O'Kellev (32) 


Songaila (9) 


Feb 3 


at #2 Duke 


L 


77-85 


19-4 


7-3 


9,314 


Profit/Francis (18) 


Morris/Stokes/Francis (7) Battier (27) 


Brand (12) 


Feb. 6 


Virginia 


W 


88-72 


20-4 


8-3 


14,500 


Morris (16) 


Morris (8) 


Williams (24) 


Williams (8) 


Feb. 10 


at NC State 


W 


63-50 


21-4 


9-3 


12,400 


Morris(17) 


Morris (16) 


Inge (14) 


Thornton (14) 


Feb. 13 


#12 N. Carolina 


W 


81-64 


22-4 


10-3 


14,500 


Francis (22) 


Morris (9) 


Okulaja (15) 


Evtimov (8) 


Feb. 21 


at Georgia Tech 


W 


91-60 


23-4 


11-3 


7,963 


Francis (22) 


Morris/Baxter (6) 


Jones (18) 


Jones (14) 


Feb. 24 


Clemson 


w 


77-60 


24-4 


12-3 


14.500 


Francis (32) 


Francis (8) 


Wideman (14) 


Jamison (12) 


Feb. 27 


at Florida State 


W 


84-75 


25-4 


13-3 


6.899 


Profit (32) 


Profit/Morris (7) 


Baker (22) 


Anderson (9) 


Mar 5 


Florida State' 


W 


93-69 


26-4 




23,895 


'Profit (21) 


Profit (10) 


Anderson (14) 


Anderson (5) 


Mar. 6 


#15 N. Carolina' 


L 


79-86 


26-5 




23,895 


Francis (31) 


Morris (8) 


Owens (23) 


Haywood (10) 


Mar 11 


Valparaiso 4 


W 


82-60 


27-5 




9.221 


Profit/Morris (18) 


Morris (10) 


Viskovic (14) 


Viskovic (9) 


Mar 13 


Creighton 4 


w 


75-63 


28-5 




14,959 


Morris (20) 


Francis (13) 


Walker (15) 


Buford (6) 


Mar 18 


#8 St. John's 5 


L 


62-76 


28-6 




23,898 


Francis (13) 


Morns/Baxter (8) 


Barkley (24) 


Postell/Grant (6) 


1-Puerto Rico Shootout (Bayamon, PR) 




4-ACC Tournament (Charlotte, NC) 








2-BB& T Classic (MCI Center at Washington. DC) 




5NCAA First and Second Rounds (Orlando, Fla.) 






3-Baltimore Arena (Baltimore, Md.) 






6-NCAA South Regional Semifinal (Knoxville, Tenn) 









Tews in The Polls 


Poll Date 


AP ESPN 


Preseason . .. . 


6 5 


Nov. 16 


6 NP 


Nov 23 


5 .5 


Nov. 30 


2 ........ ...t 2 


Dec 7 . . 


2 .2 


Dec. 14 


.5 5 


Dec. 21 


5 5 


Dec 28 


4 4 


Jan. 4 


5 6 


Jan. 11 


... 5 5 


Jan. 18. 


4 4 


Jan 25 .... 


- 


Feb 1 


~> 


Feb 8 


7 7 


Feb. 15 


5 .. .5 


Feb 22 


5 5 


March 1 


5 5 


March 8 


5 5 


March 15 




March 30 


MP . S 


Final Poll 


. . 5 .8 




L 



TO 



Terrell Stokes 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Bask 





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1 £%> 


WS4W 



Terence Morris 



Obinna Ekezie 







1998-99 Overall Statistics (28-6) 























OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


C-CS 


FC-FGA 


.PCT 


3P-3PA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS 


AVC 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BK 


ST 


MIN 


Steve Francis 


34-33 


205-392 


.523 


45-116 


.388 


124-157 


.790 


579 


17.0 


57 


97 


154 


45 


95-2 


152 


102 


6 


95 


1044 


Terence Morris 


34-34 


195-354 


.551 


27-76 


.355 


104-126 


.825 


521 


15.3 


88 


154 


242 


7.1 


79-2 


56 


67 


77 


50 


999 


Laron Profit 


34-34 


185-368 


503 


24-77 


.312 


100-148 


.676 


494 


14.5 


42 


120 


162 


4.8 


77-1 


73 


86 


13 


68 


982 


Obinna Ekezie 


24-23 


104-213 


.488 


0-2 


.000 


97-140 


.693 


305 


12.7 


56 


85 


141 


5.9 


70-1 


21 


55 


35 


17 


614 


Juan Dixon 


34-0 


85-192 


443 


36-97 


.271 


44-53 


.830 


250 


7,4 


28 


60 


88 


2.6 


59-0 


47 


50 


1 


50 


505 


Lonny Baxter 


32-10 


82-137 


.599 


2-2 


1.000 


51-89 


.573 


217 


6.8 


40 


76 


116 


3.6 


75-0 


18 


29 


24 


22 


463 


Danny Miller 


34-0 


53-110 


.482 


13-39 


.333 


25-47 


.532 


144 


4.2 


24 


48 


72 


2.1 


57-1 


44 


38 


8 


34 


487 


Terrell Stokes 


34-34 


48-114 


.421 


29-71 


.409 


18-27 


.667 


143 


4.2 


12 


82 


94 


2.8 


66-0 


213 


76 


14 


67 


985 


Mike Mardesich 


34-0 


48-137 


350 


0-0 


.000 


19-36 


.528 


115 


3.4 


49 


68 


117 


3.4 


55-0 


21 


34 


21 


15 


457 


Brian Watkins 


19-1 


20-41 


.488 


4-9 


.445 


6-12 


.500 


50 


2.6 


10 


24 


34 


1.8 


24-0 


1 


11 


1 


2 


124 


LaRon Cephas 


15-0 


8-18 


.445 


3-5 


.600 


2-4 


.500 


21 


1.4 


1 


4 


5 


0.3 


8-0 


1 


1 


1 


1 


45 


Norman Fields 


22-1 


8-28 


.286 


1-10 


.100 


7-9 


.778 


24 


1.1 


9 


12 


21 


1.0 


6-0 


14 


10 


1 


8 


77 


Matt Hahn 


14-0 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


4-9 


.445 


10 


0.7 


1 


5 


6 


0.4 


1-0 


13 


8 





2 


43 


Team Rebounds 
























91 
















Maryland Totals 


34-34 


1044-2108 


.495 


184-504 


.365 


601-857 


.701 


2,873 


84.5 


417 


835 


1,343 


39.5 


672-7 


674 


567 


202 


431 


— 


ODDonent Team Rebounds 






















109 
















Opponent Totals 


34-34 


772-1,991 


.388 


213-703 


.303 


502-763 


.658 


2,259 


66.4 


410 


690 


1,209 


35.6 


706-26 447 


735 


104 


279 


- 



1998-99 ACC statistics (13-3, 2nd Place) 























OFF 


DEF 


TOT 
















PLAYER 


C-CS 


FC-FCA 


.PCT 


3P-3PA 


.PCT 


FT-FTA 


.PCT 


PTS 


AVC 


REB 


REB 


REB 


AVC 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


BK 


ST 


MIN 


Steve Francis 


16-15 


91-184 


495 


22-55 


.400 


60-73 


.822 


264 


16.5 


21 


42 


63 


39 


48-0 


78 


56 


3 


49 


512 


Terence Morris 


16-16 


93-173 


.538 


16-44 


.364 


48-58 


.828 


250 


15.6 


44 


74 


118 


7.4 


37-0 


25 


34 


44 


22 


491 


Laron Profit 


16-16 


90-184 


.489 


16-43 


372 


53-76 


.697 


249 


156 


22 


58 


80 


5.0 


39-0 


33 


44 


9 


31 


483 


Obinna Ekezie 


11-10 


48-94 


511 


0-1 


.000 


44-63 


.698 


140 


12.7 


20 


30 


50 


4.6 


37-1 


10 


24 


14 


7 


278 


Lonny Baxter 


15-5 


41-70 


.586 


2-2 


1.000 


12-27 


.445 


96 


64 


22 


33 


55 


3.7 


43-0 


6 


17 


16 


17 


243 


Juan Dixon 


16-0 


37-82 


.451 


13-39 


.333 


13-16 


.813 


100 


6.3 


8 


24 


32 


2.0 


30-0 


17 


19 


1 


15 


220 


Terrell Stokes 


16-16 


27-62 


.436 


15-37 


.405 


15-21 


.714 


84 


5.3 


6 


46 


52 


3.3 


33-0 


102 


44 


7 


22 


497 


Mike Mardesich 


16-0 


21-60 


.350 


0-0 


.000 


6-14 


.429 


48 


3.0 


19 


23 


42 


2.6 


26-0 


8 


17 


7 


6 


193 


Danny Miller 


16-0 


15-35 


.429 


6-16 


.375 


7-14 


.500 


43 


2.7 


6 


18 


24 


1.5 


35-1 


24 


12 


3 


11 


200 


Brian Watkins 


8-1 


7-18 


.389 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


17 


2.1 


2 


9 


11 


1.4 


13-0 





4 


1 


1 


54 


LaRon Cephas 


6-0 


5-6 


.833 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


11 


1.8 





1 


1 


0.2 


5-0 





1 








17 


Matt Hahn 


4-0 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


4 


1.0 





1 


1 


0.3 


0-0 


3 


1 





2 


14 


Norman Fields 


6-1 


1-11 


.090 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


.000 


2 


0.3 


3 


4 


7 


1.2 


3-0 


4 


2 








23 


Team Rebounds 
























42 
















Maryland Totals 


16-16 


478-981 


.487 


92-244 


.377 


260-375 


.712 


1,308 


81.8 


173 


363 


578 


36.1 


349-2 


310 


275 


105 


183 


- 


Opponent Team Rebounds 






















46 
















Opponent Totals 


16-16 


381-938 


.406 


100-308 


.325 


268-404 


.663 


1,130 


70.6 


207 


345 


598 


37.4 


323-10 215 


344 


57 


121 


— 


SCORE BY PERIOD 




1 


2 


OT 


OT 


Total 


Deadball Reb. 






















Maryland 




1,416 


1,447 


10 





2,873 




124 
























Opponents 




1,054 


1,197 


8 





2,259 




124 


























THE 98-99 TERPS 



Top row from left: Equipment manager John Bowie, 
Matt Hahn, Juan Dixon, Danny Miller, Lonny Baxter, 
Mike Mardesich, Terence Morris, LaRon Cephas, Steve 
Francis, director of basketball operations Troy 
Wainwright, trainer J.J. Bush. 
Front row from left: Team manager David Soskin, 
assistant coach Jimmy Patsos, assistant coach Dave 
Dickerson, Norman Fields, Terrell Stokes, Obinna 
Ekezie, Laron Profit, Brian Watkins, head coach Gary 
Williams, senior assistant coach Billy Hahn, team 
manager Matt Zebersky. 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



n 



1998-99 Game-By-Game Statistics 



TEAMS 


FCM-FCA 


PCT 


3PM-3PA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


TO 


BLK 


STL 


PF-D 


OR-DR 


REB 


HALF 


FINAL 


Western Carolina 
#6 Maryland 


17-68 
46-69 


.250 
.667 


5-31 
6-17 


161 
.353 


7-11 
15-23 


.636 
.652 


12 
33 


22 
17 



4 


5 

15 


21 -C 

16-0 


12-15 
12-40 


27 
52 


19 
55 


46 

113 


UMBC 

#6 Maryland 


21-53 
29-69 


.396 
.420 


6-18 
4-19 


333 
.211 


14-23 
28-46 


609 
.609 


15 
21 


27 
15 


1 
7 


9 
16 


33-4 
25-0 


10-24 
22-26 


34 

48 


25 

48 


62 
90 


Hofstra 
#6 Maryland 


24-65 
31-67 


.369 
.463 


6-25 

5-15 


.240 
.333 


5-14 
22-32 


.357 
.688 


14 
23 


19 
19 


6 
6 


8 

10 


24-2 
14-0 


11-21 
20-35 


32 

55 


33 
49 


59 
89 


Duquesne 
#5 Maryland 


17-60 
28-52 


.283 
.538 


5-19 
5-10 


263 
.500 


8-16 
20-34 


500 
.588 


21 


15 

12 


8 


5 

5 


27-1 
17-0 


14-18 
13-34 


32 
47 


25 
38 


47 
81 


AU Puerto Rico 
#5 Maryland 


10-49 
31-57 


204 
.544 


3-18 
7-17 


167 
.412 


9-21 
13-23 


429 
.565 


4 
19 


21 

13 



4 


9 

21 


16-0 
17-0 


16-14 
18-32 


30 
50 


17 
49 


32 
82 


#10 UCLA 
#5 Maryland 


20-60 
24-53 


333 

.453 


5-21 
5-11 


238 

.455 


9-15 
17-28 


600 
.607 


9 
18 


24 
18 


7 

4 


15 
22 


19-0 

14-0 


15-23 
13-29 


42 


24 
32 


54 
70 


#5 Maryland 

Pittsburgh 


37-59 
14-61 


.627 
230 


4-9 

4-17 


.444 
235 


9-14 
20-23 


.643 
870 


18 
5 


28 
23 


6 
2 


23 

24 


20-1 
15-0 


14-31 

19-11 


45 
30 


46 

17 


87 
35 


Wake Forest 
#2 Maryland 


26-63 
33-65 


413 
.508 


7-21 
7-18 


333 
.389 


10-17 
19-23 


588 
.826 


15 
26 


26 
16 


4 
7 


4 
14 


19-2 
20-0 


16-22 
13-26 


38 
39 


29 
54 


69 
92 


#5 Stanford 
#2 Maryland 


24-60 
20-48 


400 

.417 


8-24 
5-10 


.333 
.500 


4-8 
17-20 


500 
.850 


13 
11 


19 

15 


4 
6 


5 
10 


19-0 
18-0 


17-25 
6-23 


42 
29 


32 
39 


60 
62 


DePaul 
#2 Maryland 


27-65 
32-58 


415 
.552 


6-23 
3-8 


261 
.375 


15-20 
25-32 


750 
.781 


14 
22 


21 
14 



5 


7 
9 


23-0 
18-0 


21-17 
13-19 


38 
32 


35 
43 


75 
92 


#2 Maryland 
#5 Kentucky 


33-78 
32-59 


.423 

542 


5-14 
9-18 


.357 

500 


20-25 
30-41 


.800 
732 


14 
20 


8 
16 


3 

9 


9 

6 


28-3 

19-0 


17-18 
15-28 


35 

43 


41 
54 


91 

103 


Princeton 
#5 Maryland 


21-38 
28-51 


553 
.549 


5-12 
6-14 


417 
.429 


11-16 
19-24 


688 
.792 


14 
20 


29 
16 



4 


11 
17 


19-0 
20-0 


8-18 
9-13 


26 
22 


23 
42 


58 
81 


North Texas 
#5 Maryland 


22-74 
50-83 


297 
.602 


10-45 
7-23 


.222 

.304 


3-8 
25-34 


.375 
735 


18 
37 


23 
14 



9 


9 
14 


22-2 
9-0 


12-17 
21-43 


29 
64 


23 
67 


57 
132 


South Carolina State 
#5 Maryland 


26-60 
38-73 


433 
.521 


8-18 
5-13 


444 
.385 


10-18 
23-33 


556 
.697 


16 
27 


35 
16 


2 
10 


6 
20 


23-0 
16-0 


12-26 
14-28 


38 
42 


42 
53 


70 
104 


#2 Duke 
#4 Maryland 


25-68 


444 
.368 


4-14 
3-12 


286 
.250 


22-33 

11-18 


667 
.611 


14 
12 


15 
22 


8 
7 


7 
5 


18-0 
25-0 


18-27 
20-21 


45 
41 


37 
37 


82 
64 


#5 Maryland 
Virginia 


23-48 
20-60 


479 
.333 


0-7 
6-19 


000 
316 


25-38 
20-27 


.658 

741 


15 
12 


20 
17 


8 
3 


7 
10 


25-0 

26-5 


12-28 
16-17 


40 
33 


37 
20 


71 
66 


NC State 
#5 Maryland 


16-51 
38-63 


.314 
.603 


3-14 
7-14 


214 
.500 


13-25 
11-14 


.520 
.786 


9 
24 


31 
13 


2 
8 


5 
17 


14-0 
22-0 


17-19 
6-23 


36 
29 


24 
48 


48 
94 


#5 Maryland 
#7 North Carolina 


30-56 
28-64 


.536 

438 


5-10 
8-27 


.500 
.296 


■ 24-31 
12-18 


774 
667 


16 
16 


11 
18 


4 

3 


8 

5 


18-0 
19-1 


11-18 

18-20 


29 
38 


42 
43 


89 
76 


Georgia Tech 
#4 Maryland 


30-70 


407 
.429 


7-25 
4-15 


280 
.267 


11-16 
13-16 


.688 
.813 


17 
21 


27 

19 


4 
6 


6 
13 


17-0 
17-0 


5-27 
15-29 


32 
44 


31 
35 


62 
77 


#4 Maryland 
Clemson 


28-52 
29-51 


538 
.569 


10-24 
11-22 


.417 
.500 


15-20 
10-19 


.750 
526 


18 

18 


11 
20 


3 
2 


12 

4 


16-0 
20-1 


. 7-16 
12-20 


23 

32 


36 
28 


81 (OT) 
79 


Florida State 
#4 Maryland 


30-63 

38-61 .623 


8-19 
6-11 


421 
.545 


19-23 
25-28 


.826 
.893 


20 
25 


23 
21 


3 
7 


10 
11 


22-0 
21-0 


15-10 
15-20 


25 
35 


40 
50 


87 
107 


#4 Maryland 
Wake Forest 


24-67 
25-57 


.358 
439 


10-28 
3-14 


.357 
.214 


14-21 
32-40 


.667 
800 


15 
8 


18 
15 


4 
2 


4 
11 


26-1 
22-1 


15-24 
11-31 


39 
42 


21 

28 


72 
85 


#6 Maryland 
#2 Duke 


28-68 
22-77 


.412 
429 


4-17 
9-26 


.235 
.346 


17-24 
20-31 


.708 
645 


18 

20 


19 
13 


4 
6 


6 
9 


18-0 

20-0 


15-28 
19-25 


43 

44 


40 

50 


77 
95 


Virginia 
#6 Maryland 


24-51 
32-59 


471 
.542 


11-20 
8-13 


550 
.615 


13-21 
8-13 


619 
.615 


19 
24 


27 
16 


3 
7 


8 
14 


21-1 
20-0 


14-23 
13-20 


37 
33 


32 
44 


72 
88 


#7 Maryland 
NC State 


12-47 


.255 


3-13 
4-15 


.231 
.267 


10-15 
22-34 


.667 
647 


15 

6 


17 

19 


8 
4 


13 
10 


27-0 
17-1 


10-30 

13-24 


40 
37 


26 

20 


63 
50 


#12 North Carolina 
#7 Maryland 


21-52 
32-64 


404 
.500 


4-16 
9-20 


250 
.450 


18-27 
8-12 


667 
.667 


14 
23 


25 
18 



14 


7 
10 


15-0 
18-0 


14-22 
12-22 


36 
34 


32 
37 


64 
81 


#5 Maryland 
Georgia Tech 


37-67 
22-65 


.552 
338 


5-12 
5-23 


.417 
.217 


12-20 
11-15 


.600 
73.3 


23 

13 


16 
24 


3 

5 


18 
10 


19-0 

16-0 


10-29 
15-23 


39 
38 


50 

31 


91 

60 


Clemson 
#5 Maryland 


19-53 
27-67 


358 
.403 


6-16 
8-21 


375 
381 


16-28 
15-20 


571 
.750 


9 
21 


21 
17 


5 
9 


5 
13 


15-0 
21-0 


11-28 
13-27 


39 
40 


26 
38 


60 
77 


#5 Maryland 
Florida State 


28-50 
26-67 


.560 
.388 


3-9 
4-17 


.333 
235 


25-39 
19-30 


.641 
633 


14 
15 


21 
23 


6 

3 


18 
10 


20-0 
27-1 


7-23 
22-24 


30 
46 


33 

30 


84 

75 


Florida State 
#5 Maryland 


24-55 
36-64 


436 
.563 


6-22 
4-12 


273 
.333 


15-22 
12-17 


682 
.607 


11 
19 


23 
14 


1 
5 


7 
15 


22-2 
18-0 


12-17 
16-23 


29 
39 


20 
42 


69 
93 


#15 North Carolina 
#5 Maryland 


28-53 
27-70 


.528 
.386 


9-16 
8-24 


.563 
.333 


16-21 
17-21 


724 
.810 


16 
16 


21 
15 


3 
2 


9 
14 


16-1 
22-1 


8-29 
17-20 


37 
37 


40 
34 


86 
79 


Valparaiso 
#5 Maryland 


21-59 
32-61 


356 
.525 


7-24 
4-11 


292 
.364 


11-16 
14-26 


688 
.538 


12 
19 


19 
14 


1 
2 


6 
9 


21-1 
18-0 


15-21 
13-27 


36 
40 


36 
46 


60 
82 


Creighton 
#5 Maryland 


21-61 
23-56 


344 
.411 


7-32 
4-13 


.219 
.3-8 


14-20 
25-32 


700 
.781 


15 
13 


19 
23 


5 
5 


14 
12 


23-2 
21-0 


11-21 
17-31 


32 
48 


32 
45 


63 
75 


#8 St John's 
#5 Maryland 


22-53 
21-60 


415 
.350 


4-12 
5-20 


333 
.250 


28-38 
15-17 


737 
.882 


16 
14 


15 
21 


8 
4 


10 
8 


16-0 
27-1 


11-27 
12-26 


38 
38 


38 
19 


76 
62 



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Player Game-By-Game Statistics 



Opponent 


W-L 


Score 


Western Carolina 


W 


113-46 


UMBC 


W 


90-62 


Hofstra 


W 


89-59 


Duquesne 


W 


81-47 


AU-Puerto Rico 


W 


82-52 


#10 UCLA 


W 


70-54 


Pittsburgh 


W 


87-52 


Wake Forest 


W 


92-69 


# 5 Stanford 


W 


62-60 


DePaul 


W 


92-75 


# 5 Kentucky 


L 


103-91 


Princeton 


W 


81-58 


North Texas 


W 


132-57 


South Carolina St 


W 


104-70 


# 2 Duke 


L 


82-64 


Virginia 


W 


71-66 


!C State 


W 


94-48 


# 7 North Carolina 


W 


89-76 


Georgia Tech 


w 


77-62 


Clemson 


w 


81-79 


Florida State 


w 


107-87 


Wake Forest 


L 


72-85 


#2 Duke 


L 


77-95 


Virginia 


w 


88-72 


NC State 


w 


63-50 


#12 North Carolina 


w 


81-64 


Georgia Tech 


w 


91-60 


Clemson 


w 


77-60 


Florida State 


w 


84-75 


Florida State 


w 


93-69 


# 15 North Carolina 


L 


79-86 


Valparaiso 


w 


82-60 


Creighton 


w 


75-63 


# 8 St John's 


L 


62-76 



(Points-Rebounds-Assists) unless noted with 



Baxter 
3-2-5 
4-5-1 
0-3-1 
9-4-0 
3-6-0 
2-1-0 
8-4-2 
5-7-0 
DNP 
6-2-0 
0-1-0 
1-0-1 
28-5-2 
5-1-1 
10-7-0 
3-1-0 
2-1-1 
0-0-0 
0-2-0 
DNP 
9-2-0 
4-3-0 
12-5-1 
14-5-0 
7-4-0 
10-4-3 
7-6-1 
7-5-1 
6-3-1 
18-4-0 
6-5-0 
6-3-0 
16-4-0 
6-8-0 
' blocked 



Cephas 


Dixon 


DNP 


14-9-2 


3-0-0 


7-2-2 


3-1-0 


9-5-0 


0-0-0 


10-5-4 


3-1-1 


14-2-0 


DNP 


11-1-1 


0-1-0 


12-3-3 


0-0-0 


14-5-2 


DNP 


0-0-1 


DNP 


12-4-4 


DNP 


7-2-2 


DNP 


13-1-3 


1-0-0 


6-6-3 


DNP 


7-4-2 


DNP 


3-2-1 


DNP 


4-3-0 


7-0-0 


2-0-1 


0-0-0 


6-1-1 


DNP 


5-2-0 


DNP 


0-0-0 


DNP 


10-2-2 


DNP 


18-5-2 


DNP 


4-0-0 


DNP 


11-2-1 


DNP 


0-2-0 


DNP 


7-1-1 


3-1-0 


12-5-4 


0-0-0 


0-2-1 


0-0-0 


4-0-1 


0-0-0 


8-2-1 


DNP 


2-3-1 


0-0-0 


6-3-0 


DNP 


7-1-0 


0-1-0 


5-3-1 



shots in third column 



Ekezie* 
19-5-0 
14-11-0 
23-11-0 
6-4-3 
4-8-3 
8-4-1 
4-5-2 
19-6-0 
11-5-0 
12-4-1 
19-9-1 
11-4-1 
16-15-2 
18-6-1 
11-5-0 
17-7-0 
12-2-1 
19-2-0 
10-7-1 
9-4-1 
22-4-4 
1-5-2 
12-2-0 
8-6-2 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 

INJ 
< steals in 



Fields 
2-5-2 
3-2-0 
5-2-0 
0-1-2 
2-2-0 
0-0-0 
3-0-0 
0-2-0 
DNP 
0-0-1 
0-0-0 
0-0-1 
2-1-3 
3-0-0 
DNP 
DNP 
0-1-2 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
2-0-0 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
DNP 
0-0-2 
0-4-0 
0-0-0 
2-0-0 
0-0-0 
0-1-1 
DNP 
0-0-0 



Francis 
17-5 

17' 



1-13 
3-4 



i-6- 
18-13-2 
13-6-2 



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



third column 



Mardesich" 


Miller 


12-7-0 


8-2-0 


2-4-1 


8-5-1 


4-6-2 


5-7-0 


5-5-1 


5-3-1 


2-1-0 


14-5-0 


2-4-0 


0-0-1 


7-8-1 


1-1-0 


0-2-1 


3-0-2 


0-0-0 


6-1-1 


4-4-1 


0-5-3 


0-1-1 


0-1-0 


3-2-0 


6-0-1 


12-5-2 


6-3-1 


5-9-0 


3-2-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-1 


5-4-0 


0-2-0 


7-3-1 


6-3-0 


0-2-1 


2-1-0 


4-4-0 


1-1-1 


2-2-0 


0-0-1 


10-1-1 


3-5-4 


2-2-0 


3-0-1 


1-1-0 


1-0-2 


0-1-0 


11-1-2 


2-5-0 


2-1-3 


9-6-0 


4-3-2 


2-3-0 


4-3-3 


2-2-1 


2-0-1 


2-3-2 


3-3-1 


0-5-1 


10-3-3 


2-6-1 


11-4-2 


6-4-2 


7-2-0 


1-3-1 


4-4-1 


2-1-0 


6-0-1 



Morris" 


Profit< 


16-4-0 


14-2-2 


19-6-2 


12-4-3 


22-8-0 


8-3-2 


18-6-2 


9-7-0 


12-7-0 


13-4-5 


22-11-2 


4-2-3 


9-8-1 


23-4-3 


15-3-3 


16-6-2 


11-5-3 


3-2-2 


22-6-1 


15-4-3 


26-6-1 


8-6-1 


9-4-2 


21-2-1 


7-9-3 


24-5-1 


14-7-3 


25-5-4 


16-9-1 


8-9-0 


17-4-6 


9-6-2 


10-6-0 


17-3-4 


20-5-2 


24-4-3 


20-10-2 


15-6-3 


26-5-1 


15-4-4 


16-6-0 


9-4-0 


15-11-2 


14-4-1 


7-5-4 


18-6-0 


16-8-3 


13-4-2 


17-16-4 


10-4-2 


14-9-5 


15-4-1 


13-6-2 


17-5-4 


12-6-3 


17-4-2 


16-7-3 


32-7-4 


5-3-2 


21-10-4 


12-8-0 


12-6-2 


18-10-0 


18-6-3 


20-12-3 


6-2-0 


9-4-3 


9-8-0 



Stokes 


Watkins 


2-5-15 


4-1-0 


0-2-4 


0-0-0 


0-4-9 


0-1-0 


0-2-4 


4-1-0 


3-2-7 


5-4-0 


3-7-4 


0-0-0 


0-3-8 


0-2-0 


2-2-8 


0-1-0 


7-2-3 


DNP 


7-0-4 


DNP 


6-2-3 


DNP 


2-1-4 


3-0-0 


6-2-9 


5-3-1 


3-2-12 


DNP 


5-2-2 


DNP 


2-4-5 


DNP 


5-4-9 


2-2-0 


10-3-8 


0-0-0 


8-5-7 


DNP 


11-4-5 


DNP 


5-5-9 


0-0-0 


0-2-5 


DNP 


4-7-6 


DNP 


5-4-5 


DNP 


14-2-5 


7-1-0 


0-3-9 


DNP 


5-2-5 


6-2-0 


5-0-9 


2-5-0 


6-3-5 


0-0-0 


5-0-6 


3-7-0 


3-0-5 


DNP 


3-2-5 


3-1-0 


3-5-3 


DNP 


6-1-7 


6-3-0 




Terence Morns 



Player Superlatives 



Points 


32 


Points (1st Half) 


20 


Points (2nd Half) 


21 


Field Coals Made 


13 


Field Coal Attempts 


22 


Field Coal Percentage 


1000 


3PT Made 


4 



3PT Attempted 


7 


3PT Percentage 


1000 


Free Throws Made 


9 


Free Throws Attempted 


12 


Free Throw Percentage 


1000 


Total Rebounds 


16 


Offensive Rebounds 


6 


Defensive Rebounds 


12 


Rebounds in a Half 


11 


Assists 


15 


Blocks 


6 


Steals 


8 


Minutes Played 


42 



Steve Francis vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
Laron Profit vs Florida State (2-27-99) 
Laron Profit vs. S Carolina St (12-27-98) 

Steve Francis vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
Laron Profit vs. Florida State (2-27-99) 
Laron Profit vs Florida State (2-27-99) 
Steve Francis vs North Carolina (3-6-99] 

Lonnv Baxter vs North Texas (12-23-98) 
Juan Dixon vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 
Juan Dixon vs Wake Forest (1-31-99) 
Steve Francis vs North Carolina (2-13-99) 
Steve Francis vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
Steve Francis vs. North Carolina (3-6-99) 
Juan Dixon vs. Western Carolina (11-14-98) 
Juan Dixon vs Wake Forest (1-31-99) 
Steve Francis vs North Carolina (3-6-99) 
Laron Profit vs Princeton (12-19-98) 
Laron Profit vs. NC State (1-10-99) 
Terrell Stokes vs. N. Carolina (1-13-99) 
Obinna Ekezie vs Wake Forest (12-3-98) 
Steve Francis vs Florida State (1-27-99) 
Laron Profit vs. Florida State (2-27-99) 
Laron Profit vs Florida State (2-27-99) 
On 16 occasions 

Terence Morris vs NC State (2-10-99) 
Obinna Ekezie vs. UMBC (11-17-98) 
Obinna Ekezie vs North Texas (12-23-98) 
Laron Profit vs. Duke 1-3-99) 
Terence Morris vs NC State (2-10-99) 
Terence Morris vs NC State (2-10-99) 

Terrell Stokes vs. Western Carolina (11-14-98) 
Terence Morris vs. Virginia (1-7-99) 

Terrell Stokes vs S. Carolina St (12-27-98) 
Terrell Stokes vs. Clemson (1-24-99) 



Points 


32 


Robert Kelley, Wake Forest (1-31-99) 


Points (1st Half) 


18 


Heshimu Evans. Kentucky (12-12-98) 
Mike Wiatre. S Carolina St. (12-27-98) 


Points (2nd Half) 


19 


Robert O'Kelley. Wake Forest (1-31-99) 
Max Owens. North Carolina (3-6-99) 


Field Coals Made 


10 


Shane Battier, Duke (2-3-99) 


Field Coals Attempted 


21 


Ricardo Greer. Pittsburgh (11-28-98) 
Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest (1-31-99) 


Field Coal Percentage 


.769 


Shane Battier, Duke (2-3-99) 


3PT Made 


5 


vs. Andnus Jurkunas vs Clemson (1-24-99) 



3PT Attempted 


12 


3PT Percentage 


1000 


Free Throws Made 


14 


Free Throws Attempted 


17 


Free Throw Percentage 


1000 


Total Rebounds 


14 


Offensive Rebounds 


8 


Defensive Rebounds 


10 


Rebounds in a Half 


8 


Assists 


11 


Blocks 


6 


Steals 


6 


Minutes Played 


41 



Henry Martinez. AU Puerto Rico (11-26-! 
Joe Ervm, North Texas (12-23-98) 

Scott Padgett, Kentucky (12-12-98) 
Shane Battier, Duke (2-3-99) 

Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest (1-31-99) 



Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest (1-31-99) 
On nine occasions 
Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech (2-21-99) 
Kevin Nesbitt, AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98 
Ricardo Greer, Pittsburgh (11-28-98) 

Alum Jones, Georgia Tech (2-21-99) 
Scott Padgett, Kentucky (12-12-98) 
Elton Brand, Duke (2-3-99) 
Ed Cota, North Carolina (1-13-99) 
Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky (12-12-98) 
Ron Artest, St John's (3-18-99) 
Corie Brandon, Creighton (3-13-99) 
Andrius Jurkunas, Clemson (1-24-99) 



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1998-99 Review Notebook 



Record-Breaking season Earns 
TerpsNo. s Ranking in Final Poll 

Maryland won a school-record 28 games, a school- 
record 13 ACC games, played in its school-record sixth 
consecutive NCAA Tournament, advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" and was ranked No. 5 in the final /Associ- 
ated Press poll of the season. The Terps finished with 
a 28-6 record and a 13-3 mark in conference play. In 
addition, Maryland advanced to the semifinals of the 
ACC Tournament for the fifth consecutive season and 
won the championships of the Puerto Rico Shootout 
and the BB&T Classic. 

Terps Play in Sixth Consecutive 
NCAA Tournament 

Maryland played in its school-record sixth consecu- 
tive NCAA Tournament in 1999. Maryland is one of 
only 10 teams in the nation and one of only two teams 
in the ACC that has participated in each of the last six 
NCAA Tournaments. The Terps are joined by only Ari- 
zona, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Caro- 
lina, Purdue, Temple and UCLA. 

Terps Advance To Sweet 16 For 
Fourth Time in Six Years 

Maryland advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 
Tournament for the fourth time in the last six sea- 
sons The Terps are one of only five teams in the 
nation to have advanced to the regional semifinal 
round at least four times since the 1993-94 season. 
Only Arizona, Connecticut, Kentucky and Kansas join 
the Terps. 

Terps Set Record For Wins 

Maryland won a school-record 28 games during the 
1998-99 season. The Terps defeated Creighton in the 
second round of the NCAA Tournament to reach the 
milestone victory The previous record was 27 by 
Maryland's 1971-72 NIT championship team. 

Terps Win 13 ACC Games 

Maryland won a school-record 13 ACC games during 
the 1998-99 season. The 13 victories mark the sixth 
time in school history that a Terp team has won at 
least 10 ACC games in a single season. 

Terps in Final Associated Press Poll 

Maryland finished the 1998-99 season ranked No. 5 in 
the final Associated Press poll and No. 8 in the final 
ESPN/ USA Today Poll. It marked the highest final rank- 
ing for the Terps since the 1975 season when Maryland 
was also ranked fifth in the final poll. The Terps' high- 
est final ranking in the AP poll is No. 4 following the 
1974 season. Maryland's final national ranking also marks 
the third consecutive year that the Terps are ranked 



among the Top 25 in the final poll of the season. The 
Terps were most recently ranked in the final poll in three 
consecutive seasons in 1974, 1975 and 1976 

Francis Forgoes Senior Year For NBA 

Junior guard Steve Francis announced that he would 
forgo his senior year of eligibility and make himself 
eligible for the NBA Draft. Francis announced his de- 
cision at a press conference at Cole Field House on 
March 31. A consensus All-America second team se- 
lection and finalist for the Naismith and Wooden 
awards as the collegiate player of the year, Francis led 
the Terps in scoring (17.0 ppg) and steals (2.8 sgg). His 
95 steals ranked as the second-best single-season to- 
tal in school history and tied for the fourth-best single- 
season total in ACC history. An AII-ACC first team and 
AII-ACC Tournament first team selection, Francis was 
also selected first team All-America and Division I new- 
comer of the year by Sports Illustrated. 

Profit, Morris Earn 
Ail-American Honors 

Senior forward Laron Profit and sophomore forward 
Terence Morris earned All-American honorable men- 
tion honors by the Associated Press. It was the sec- 
ond consecutive season that Profit had earned All- 
American honorable mention honors while it was the 
first award of its kind for Morris. 




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Steve Francis was a second team All-American and a 
first team AII-ACC selection after the 1998-99 sea- 
son. This past June he was the second overall pick in 
the NBA Draft by the Vancouver Grizzlies. 



Laron Profit earned third team AII-ACC honors after 
his senior season and was a second-round draft pick 
of the Orlando Magic this past June. 

Francis, Morris Named 
First Team AII-ACC 

Junior guard Steve Francis and sophomore forward 
Terence Morris were named to the AII-ACC first team 
as voted on by the Atlantic Coast Conference Sports- 
writers. It marked only the second time in school his- 
tory that two Terps have been named to the AII-ACC 
first team in the same season. In 1974, then-sopho- 
more John Lucas and then-senior Len Elmore earned 
first-team accolades. The selections of Francis and 
Morris mark the 17th and 18th all-time first team se- 
lections in Maryland history. Morris was an ACC All- 
Freshman honorable mention in 1997-98. It also marks 
the first time two underclassmen have earned the 
honor for the Terps. 

Baxter, Dixon Earn 
All-Freshman Honors 

Freshman center Lonny Baxter and redshirt guard 
Juan Dixon earned ACC All-Freshman honorable men- 
tion honors as voted on by the ACC Sportswriters. It 
marked the first ACC honors of any kind for both 
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Profit is Third Team all- ace 
Stokes Honorable Mention a //-ace 

Senior forward Laron Profit earned AII-ACC third team 
honors while senior guard Terrell Stokes earned AII- 
ACC honorable mention honors. It marked the third 
consecutive season that Profit had earned AII-ACC hon- 
ors; he also earned third team mention as a sophomore 
and junior Profit was an ACC All-Freshman honorable 
mention selection in 1996. The selection for Stokes 
marked the first postseason honor since he was named 
ACC All-Freshman honorable mention in 1996. 

TerpsJoin Select Croup 

Maryland became only the 14th team in ACC history 
to win at least 13 regular season conference games. 
The Terps' victory over Florida State on Feb. 27 moved 
them into a tie for 10th place all-time in ACC history 
for most victories in a conference season. 

ACC Road warriors 

Maryland established a school record for conference 
road victories with six this season. The Terps won at 
Virginia (Jan. 7), North Carolina (Jan. 13), Clemson (Jan. 
24), NC State (Feb. 10), Georgia Tech (Feb. 24) and at 
Florida State (Feb. 27). 

Terps in the ACC in The Last Six Years 

Maryland has a cumulative record of 60-36 (62.5 win- 
ning percentage) in the ACC in the last six seasons. 
The Terps' 60 victories marks the most in a five-year 
period in their ACC history. 




Obinna Ekezie was a two-time AII-ACC selection dur- 
ing his career. He was a second-round pick of the 
Vancouver Grizzlies this past June. 



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Consecutive Double Figure ACC Wins 

Maryland averaged 11.5 ACC victories per season the 
last two years. The Terps won 13 games during the 
1998-99 season and 10 games during the 1997-98 
season. The 23 wins marks the most combined ACC 
victories in a two-year span in school history. It also 
marked the first time a Maryland team won double- 
digit ACC games in consecutive seasons. 

Senior Class Sets Record 

Maryland's senior class (Obinna Ekezie, Norman Fields, 
Laron Profit, Terrell Stokes and Brian Watkins) is the 
all-time winningest ACC class in school history with 
40 regular season conference wins. 

Three Consecutive 20- victory 
Seasons 

Maryland's 1998-99 team become only the fifth team 
in school history to win 20 or more games in three 
consecutive seasons. 

Terps Set Team steals Record 

Maryland recorded a school and ACC record 423 steals 
this season. Each of the top seven single-season steal 
totals in school history have come during the 10-year 
tenure of head coach Gary Williams. The Terps' start- 
ers combined for more steals (297) than their oppo- 
nents (269) totaled for the entire season. 

Terps Establish Blocks Record 

Led by first team AII-ACC selection Terence Morris' 
2.3 blocked shots per game average, Maryland es- 
tablished a school-record for blocked shots in a single- 
season (198). The Terps finished the season ranked 
second in the ACC in blocked shots with a 6.0 blocked 
shots per game average. 

Terps Among ACC Blocks Leaders 

Maryland's 202 blocked shots during the 1998-99 
season ranks as the top total in school history and as 
the seventh-best single-season total in ACC history 
Clemson holds the all-time ACC record with 235 
blocked shots during the 1990 season. Only six teams 
have blocked 200 or more shots in a single season. 

Terps Set School Assist Mark 

Maryland's 674 assists during the 1998-99 season 
ranks as the best single-season total in school his- 
tory. 

Morris Earns First Team Honors 

Sophomore forward Terence Morris became only the 
fourth sophomore in school history to earn AII-ACC 
first team honors. 

Morris In The Paint 

Sophomore forward Terence Morris led the Terps and 



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finished third in the ACC with a 2.2 blocks per game 
average. He blocked a career-high 77 shots during 
the 1998-99 season 

Morris Has More Blocks Than wake 

Sophomore forward Terence Morris blocked more 
shots (77) than Wake Forest (64) during the 1998-99 
season. His total ranks as the sixth highest single-sea- 
son total in school history 

Baxter Plays well As starter 

Freshman center Lonny Baxter averaged more points 
as a starter (8.9) than he did as a reserve (5.5). In 
addition, he averaged more rebounds and more than 
twice as many minutes per game in his 10 starts as 
compared to his 22 games as a reserve. 



98-99 Award winners 



Co- Player of the Year 

Steve Francis, Jr., G 

Terence Morris, So., F 
Most Assists 

Terrell Stokes, Sr, G 
Outstanding Free Throw Shooter 

Juan Dixon, Fr, G 
1,000 Career Points 

Obinna Ekezie, Sr, C 
Career Achievement Award 

Laron Profit, Sr, F 
Charles "Buck" Williams/Len Elmore 
Rebounding Award 

Terence Morris, So., F 
WBAL Academic Award 

Matt Hahn, Jr., G 
Maryland Basketball Service Award 

Johnny Holliday, Voice of the Terps 




Terrell Stokes 



Obinna Ekezie 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



TS 



1998-99 Season Capsules 



Came f —Maryland 113, w, Carolina 46 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Obinna Ekezie scored 19 points and Steve 
Francis had 17 in his Maryland debut as the Terrapins (No. 5 
ESPN/USA Today. No. 6 AP) opened their season of high 
expectations with a 113-46 rout of Western Carolina, the 
biggest victory margin in school history. The Terrapins scored 
55 points in the first half and six players finished in double 
figures The 67-point victory topped the Terrapins' 66-pomt 
win over Morgan State in December 1994 and extended their 
string of non-conference home victories to 59, the second- 
longest active streak in the nation. Freshman Juan Dixon had 
14 points for Maryland, which scored the first eight points 
and led 55-19 at halftime. Ekezie went eight-for-nine from 
the floor and Francis, a junior college transfer, was eight-f or- 
10 with nine assists and five rebounds. 

NO 6 MARYLAND 113, WESTERN CAROLINA 46 

first National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House -Nov 11. 1998 



W Carolina 


Min 


FC 


5FG 


FT 


O-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


i>s 


Largent 


20 


1-6 


1-4 


1-4 


1-0 


1 


3 


1 


3 








4 


Whitmore 


26 


4-11 


2-5 


0-1 


4-0 


4 


1 


2 


4 








10 


Creen 


25 


3-5 


0-0 


4-4 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 


3 





1 


10 


Rogers 


31 


0-9 


0-7 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


3 


4 


3 





1 





Bryson 


19 


4-11 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3 





4 





2 


8 


Plavich 


19 


1-7 


1-6 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


3 


3 








3 


Moslev 


11 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 

















1 





Lewis 


2 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 























Ervin 


8 


1-6 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 




















3 


Seibert 


17 


2-6 


0-0 


2-2 


3-6 


9 


3 





1 








6 


Kearns 


22 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


4 


1 


1 








2 


Team 










0-1 


1 














Totals 


200 17-68 


5-31 


7-11 


12-15 


27 


21 


12 


22 





5 


46 


Maryland 


Min 


FC 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Profit 


27 


6-8 


0-1 


2-5 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 





1 


2 


14 


Morris 


20 


7-11 


2-3 


0-1 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 





2 


16 


Ekezie 


19 


8-9 


0-0 


3-3 


1-4 


5 


4 


1 


2 





2 


19 


Stokes 


20 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-5 


5 


1 


15 


1 


1 


2 


2 


Francis 


29 


8-10 


0-2 


1-1 


0-5 


5 


1 


9 


3 


1 





17 


Dixon 


21 


5-9 


4-7 


0-0 


1-8 


9 





2 


2 







14 


Miller 


17 


3-6 


0-3 


2-3 


1-1 


2 


3 





6 


1 


3 


8 


Hahn 


3 


0-1 


0-0 


2-4 


0-1 


1 

















2 


Fields 


6 


0-1 


0-1 


2-2 


1-4 


5 





2 








1 


2 


Mardesich 


17 


5-8 


0-0 


2-2 


3-4 


7 


3 


1 


2 


J 


1 


12 


Baxter 


17 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


1-4 


5 





2 








1 


3 


Watkins 


4 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


1 














4 


Team 










0-1 


1 















Totals 



200 46-69 6-17 15-23 12-40 52 16 33 17 4 15 113 



FC% - Western Carolina, .250 Maryland, 667 3FC% - Western Carolina, .161. 

Maryland, 353 FT% - Western Carolina, 636 Maryland. .652 Technical Fouls: 

None Officials: Rick Hartzell, Raymond Styons, Kelly Lombard Attendance: 

14.500. 

W Carolina (0-1) 19 27 - 46 

Maryland (1-0) 55 58 - 113 

Came 2— Maryland 90, UMBC62 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Steve Francis had 17 points and eight 
assists as No. 6 Maryland cruised to its 60th consecutive non- 
conference home victory, 90-62, over Maryland-Baltimore 
County Terence Morris scored 19 points for the Terrapins (2- 
0), who placed four players in double figures in their second 
straight rout. Maryland opened with a 67-point blowout over 
Western Carolina Kennedy Okafor led UMBC (0-2) with 14 points. 
Francis, a junior college transfer playing his second Division I 
game, had 11 points and five assists to help Maryland take a 23- 
point halftime lead But the Terrapins led by only 19 with 14 
minutes left before Francis keyed a 8-0 run that made it 65-38. 

NO. 6 MARYLAND 90, UMBC 62 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House -Nov 17. 1998 



UMBC 


Min 


FC 


5FC 


FT 


O-D 


Pet 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Creen 


21 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-6 


7 


5 


5 


1 








2 


Okafor 


28 


4-11 


0-0 


6-8 


5-6 


11 


5 





5 





1 


'4 


Crella 


22 


3-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2-3 


5 


4 








1 





6 


Ward 


33 


3-8 


3-7 


0-1 


0-2 


2 


5 


5 


4 





3 


9 


Ciddens 


33 


3-14 


2-8 


2-2 


0-2 


2 


5 


3 


7 








10 


Harrison 


10 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





1 











Hyland 


13 


3-5 


1-2 


1-3 


0-0 








1 


5 





1 


8 


Streeter 


1 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















2 


Martin 


6 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


0-1 


1 




















Kindelmann 


17 


1-2 


0-1 


3-5 


0-3 


3 


3 





3 





2 


5 


Harvey 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Martin 


10 


2-4 


0-0 


2-3 


1-0 


1 


5 


1 








2 


6 


Team 










1-1 


2 






1 








Totals 


200 21-53 


6-18 14-23 10-24 


34 


33 


15 


27 


1 


9 


62 



Maryland 

Profit 

Morris 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Profit 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



FC 
5-10 
6-11 
5-10 
0-2 
5-11 
2-7 
3-4 
0-0 
1-2 
0-2 
1-5 
1-4 
0-1 



3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



0-1 2-6 

1-1 6-6 

0-0 4-6 

0-2 0-0 

0-4 7-9 

2-6 1-2 

1-2 1-3 

0-0 1-2 

0-0 1-2 

0-2 3-4 

0-0 0-2 

0-0 2-4 

0-1 0-0 



1-3 
3-3 
6-5 

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

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



4 1 

6 2 

11 3 

2 3 



3 12 

2 19 
1 14 

1 

3 17 

2 7 

1 8 
1 
3 

3 

2 2 

1 4 




200 29-69 4-19 28-46 22-26 48 25 21 15 7 16 90 



FG% - UMBC. .396. Maryland. .420. 3FC%-UMBC. 333 Maryland. 211. FT%- 
UMBC, .609. Maryland, .609. Technical Fouls: None. Officials: Charles Pitts, 
Reginald Coffer. Alan Spainhour Attendance 13,865 
UMBC (0-2) 25 37 - 62 

Maryland (2-0I 48 42 - 90 

Came 3— Maryland 39, HofstraS9 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Terence Morris scored half of his career- 
high 22 points in a first-half run that propelled Maryland to its 
third straight lopsided victory, 89-59 over Hofstra. It was the 
61 st consecutive non-conference home victory for the Terrapins 
since 1989 and their 15th straight win in November Obinna 
Ekezie matched his career high with 23 points and had 11 
rebounds for the Terrapins, who placed four players in double 
figures Maryland led 49-33 at halftime after going 14-for-22 
at the foul line Hofstra made two of four free throws, missed 
20 of 33 field goal attempts and committed 14 turnovers. The 
Terrapins quelled any chance of a Hofstra comeback by making 
five of their first seven shots after halftime for a 61-37 lead. 



NO 6 MARYLAND 89. HOFSTRA 59 

first National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House - Noi/ 20. 1998 



Hdfstra 

Cittens 

Richardson 

Posey 

Claxton 

Renfro 

Hernandez 

Davis 

Beckett 

Petit 

Team 

Totals 

Maryland 

Profit 

Morris 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



FG 3FC FT 
3-8 0-0 1-6 



O-D Reb F 
5-7 12 3 



0-2 

0-1 



37 8-19 3-9 1-3 
13 0-2 0-0 0-0 
39 7-17 0-2 2-3 1-1 
0-2 
0-2 
0-0 
2-6 



0-3 . 0-5 0-0 

3-8 1-5 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

2-7 2-6 1-2 

1-1 0-0 0-0 



T 

4 2 

2 1 

1 1 



200 24-65 6-25 5-14 11 



21 32 24 14 19 6 8 59 



*n FC 3FC FT 

21 2-8 0-3 4-5 

24 7-12 1-3 

27 9-17 0-1 

0-2 0-0 0-0 

4-8 2-3 0-0 

3-7 1-3 

1-3 0-1 



7-7 
5-8 



2-4 
3-5 

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



200 31-67 5-15 22-32 20 



5 Pts 

1 7 

2 20 



1 16 

1 

2 7 



1 7 
2 



Reb F 

3 4 
8 2 
11 1 

4 
1 1 

5 1 
7 1 



3 1 

1 



S Pts 
2 8 



35 55 14 23 19 6 10 



FC% - Hofstra, 369 Maryland. 463 3FC% - Hofstra, 240 Maryland, 333 
FT% - Hofstra, 357 Maryland, 688 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Larry 
Rose, Manny Upton, Terry Nobles Attendance: 14.500 
Hofstra 10-1) 33 26 - 59 

Maryland (3-0) 49 40 - 89 

Came 4 — Maryland St, Duquesne 47 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Sophomore Terence Morris scored 18 
points, Steve Francis added 15 and Juan Dixon had 10 off the 
bench as the Terrapins defeated Duquesne, 81-47 Maryland 
improved to 4-0 for only the fifth time since the 1980-81 season 
Maryland led by 15 but Duquesne quickly got within 11 before 
Maryland reeled off seven straight points for a 54-36 lead with 
9:30 remaining. The Dukes shot 28 percent (17-for-60) and 
missed half their 16 free throws. Duquesne shot 31 percent, 
went 2-f or-8 at the line and had eight turnovers in falling behind 
38-23 at halftime. The Terrapins led 16-11 before Morris dunked 
off a pass from Profit and hit a jumper off the glass to start a 
10-2 burst that put Maryland up by 13. 



NO 5 MARYLAND 81, DUQUESNE 47 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House - Nov 23. 1998 



Duquesne Min FG 3FC FT 

Smith 19 3-13 1-4 0-0 

Rackley-Mann 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 

Davis 24 0-1 0-0 0-1 

Wallace 32 5-11 1-5 1-2 

Tann 34 5-16 2-9 0-0 



0-D Reb F A T B 



Stephenson 29 

Richards 1 

Kegerreis 1 

Stanfield 9 

Lovelace 25 

Shand 21 
Team 
Totals 



2-5 0-0 1-4 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-1 0-0 0-0 

0-2 0-1 0-1 

1-5 0-0 3-4 

1-5 0-0 3-4 



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



5 Pts 
2 7 



1 12 
13 



1 1 





3 1 

1 



200 17-60 5-19 8-16 14-18 32 27 8 15 2 5 47 



Maryland 

Profit 

Morris 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



Min 

29 

29 

25 

20 

31 

23 

14 

2 

1 

3 

14 

7 

3 



3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



0-1 1-4 

0-1 4-5 

0-0 2-4 

0-2 0-0 

3-4 2-2 

1-1 5-6 

0-0 2-4 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 1-2 

0-0 1-5 

1-1 1-2 



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



200 28-52 5-10 20-34 13-34 47 17 21 12 8 5 81 



FG% - Duquesne, 283. Maryland, .538. 3FG% - Duquesne, 263 Maryland, 500 
FT% - Duquesne. .500. Maryland. .588. Technical Fouls: None. Officials Duke 
Edsall, Bryan Kersey. Sean Hull Attendance: 14,500 
Duquesne (3-1) 23 24 - 47 

Maryland (4-0) 38 43 - 81 

Came 5 —Maryland 82, Ml Puerto Rico 32 

BAYAMON, PR. — Reserves Juan Dixon and Danny Miller scored 
14 points each and No 5 Maryland beat undermanned American 
University of Puerto Rico 82-32 in the opening round of the 
Puerto Rico Shootout. As expected, the Terrapins (5-0) took 
control right away by scoring the first 15 points of the game 
and extended their average margin of victory this season to 
41 8 points The Pirates, who were playing their season opener, 
beat Arkansas and Alabama in last year's tournament but with a 
team of four reserves from last season and three walk-ons, 
they trailed Maryland 49-17 at halftime. Laron Profit had 13 
points for Maryland, while Terence Morris added 12. Kevin 
Nesbitt had 13 points and nine rebounds for American, which 
was outrebounded 50-30. 

NO 5 MARYLAND 82, AU PUERTO RICO 32 
Eugenio Cuerra Sports Complex — Nov 26. 1998 



AUPR 

Gomez 

Riveria 

Freytes 

Martinez 

Nesbitt 

Ortiz 

Gil 

Ascencio 

Team 

Totals 



Min 



FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A 



38 4-17 2 

34 0-7 
23 0-0 

35 1-12 1 
35 4-10 0- 
20 1-3 0- 

8 0-0 0- 

7 0-0 0- 



2-4 4-5 

0-0 0-0 

0-3 0-2 

5-8 8-1 



0-0 

0-0 



0-1 
0-1 

4-3 



2 
3 


4 
4 
2 

1 
1 1 



200 10-49 5-18 9-21 16-14 30 16 4 21 9 32 



Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D 



Profit 

Morris 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Mardesich 

Dixon 

Miller 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Fields 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Team 

Totals 



24 5-11 0-3 3-4 1-3 



FA T B S Pts 
2 2 2 3 13 



20 
20 
22 
21 
11 
11 
18 
16 
14 
10 



4-6 0-0 4-6 

2-4 0-0 0-0 

1-3 1-2 0-0 

4-8 1-4 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

4-5 2-3 4-4 

6-9 2-3 0-2 

1-1 0-0 1-2 

2-5 0-0 1-4 

1-2 0-1 0-1 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-3 1-1 0-0 



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



12 

4 

2 3 

1 9 
1 
1 14 
14 
3 
5 

3 2 

3 



200 31-57 7-17 13-23 18-32 50 17 19 13 4 21 82 



FC% - AUPR. 204 Maryland, 544 3FG% - AUPR, 167 Maryland, 412. FT% - 
AUPR, 429 Maryland, 565. Technical Fouls: None Attendance: 2.500. 
AU Puerto Rico (0-11 17 15 - 32 

Maryland (5-0) 49 33 - 82 



76 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



,**» f «* * 




7 9 9 8 - 9 9 

Came 6— Maryland 70, UCLA 54 

BAYAMON, PR. — Terence Morris matched his career high with 
22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Maryland (6-0) 
into the championship game of the Puerto Rico Shootout 
Maryland put on quite an open floor exhibition in breaking the 
game open, turning turnovers by UCLA (2-1 ) into highlight clips 
in a 17-6 run to start the second half. Morris, who was 9-of- 
12 from the field, had two of the spectacular plays in the run 
for the Terrapins, who led 32-24 at half time: a dunk on a touch 
pass from Francis, and a f astbreak dunk Francis, who finished 
with 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting, followed those dunks with 
one of his own off an over-the-head pass from Laron Profit, 
who stole the ball near midcourt. Juan Dixon's 3-pointer ended 
the second-half run and gave the Terrapins a 49-30 lead with 
14 46 to play Maryland stretched the lead to as much as 60- 
37 with 823 left on a jumper by Francis. Dixon, who was 3-of- 
6 from 3-point range, finished with 11 points for the Terrapins, 
who shot 45 percent (24-for-53). Earl Watson led UCLA with 
17 points after needing 11 stitches to close a cut on his 
shooting arm after a fall in the Bruins' 69-62 opening-round 
win over San Francisco. 

NO. 5 MARYLAND 70, NO. 10 UCLA 54 

Eugemo Cuerra Sports Complex - Nov 27, 1998 



UCLA 


Min 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Moiso 


17 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


2 





3 





1 


4 


Rush 


20 


2-11 


2-8 


2 


2 


1-1 


2 


2 





3 


1 


1 


8 


Barnes 


21 


1-7 


1-5 








0-2 


2 


2 





3 








3 


Mines 


32 


2-5 


1-2 








1-2 


3 


1 


1 


2 








5 


Watson 


34 


5-14 


1-4 


6 


8 


4-3 


7 


3 


4 


7 





1 


17 


Reed 


24 


2-5 


0-0 


1 


2 


0-3 


3 


4 





2 





1 


5 


Gadzunc 


18 


3-3 


0-0 





2 


1-4 


5 


3 


1 


2 


2 


1 


6 


Bailey 


20 


2-5 


0-0 





1 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 


2 





1 


4 


Young 


12 


1-4 


0-2 








0-2 


2 





2 








1 


2 


Ramasar 


2 


0-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1 




















Team 












6-2 


8 










8 




Totals 


200 20-60 


5-21 


9- 


5 


15-23 


38 


19 


9 


24 


3 


15 


54 


Maryland 


Min 


FC 


3FG 


FT 


O-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Fts 


Profit 


30 


2-7 


0-1 


0-2 


0-2 


2 


1 


6 


2 





1 


4 


Morris 


33 


9-12 


1-1 


3 


4 


4-7 


11 


3 


3 


4 


2 


3 


22 


Ekezie 


31 


1-9 


0-0 


6- 


10 


1-3 


4 


2 








1 





8 


Stokes 


31 


1 


2 


1-1 








1-6 


7 





4 


3 





5 


3 


Francis 


32 


6 


9 


0-2 


6- 


10 


1-2 


3 


2 


3 


4 





2 


18 


Mardesich 


11 


1 


4 


0-0 








0-4 


4 


1 





2 





1 


2 


Dixon 


17 


3 


8 


3-6 


2 


2 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 








4 


11 


Miller 


10 








0-0 








0-0 





1 


1 


1 





1 





Baxter 


4 


1 


1 


0-0 








1-0 


1 








2 


1 





2 


Fields 


1 








0-0 








0-0 























Team 














5-4 


9 










5 





Totals 



200 24-53 5-11 17-28 13-29 42 14 18 18 4 22 70 



FC%-UCLA, 333 Maryland. 453 3FC% -UCLA. 238 Maryland, 455 FT%- 
UCLA, 600 Maryland, 607 Technical Fouls: None Attendance: 2,500. 
UCLA (2-1) 24 30 - 54 

Maryland (6-0) 32 38 - 70 

Came 7 — Maryland 87, Pittsburgh 52 

BAYAMON, PR - No 5 Maryland defeated Pittsburgh, 87-52, 
to claim the championship of the Puerto Rico Shootout. The 
Terps shot 62.7 percent from the field courtesy of a myriad 
of layups and transition baskets. Pittsburgh shot 23 percent 
from the field and committed 23 turnovers. Maryland went 
on a 20-0 run to take a 30-7 lead with 10 23 left in the first 
half. They were perfect in the run, making eight shots in as 
many possessions, while holding the Panthers 0-for-4 from 
the field with three turnovers. Senior forward Laron Profit 
had a 3-pointer and two three-point plays in the run, but the 
Terrapins weren't done as they extended the lead to 46-17 at 
halftime. Maryland's biggest lead was 87-41 with 2:18 left 
and Pittsburgh closed the game with an 11-0 run. 

NO. 5 MARYLAND 87, PITTSBURGH 52 

Eugemo Cuerra Sports Complex - Nov 28, 1998 



Pitt 


Min 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Cosbv 


18 


1-3 


0-0 


5-5 


1-1 


2 


2 





3 


1 





7 


Hawkins 


34 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


3-3 


6 


4 


1 


4 





2 


2 


Cummings 


34 


5-15 


2-4 


7-7 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


1 





2 


19 


Taylor 


12 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








3 











Greer 


35 


5-21 


0-2 


6-8 


8-2 


10 


3 


1 


2 





3 


16 


Primus 


18 


1-6 


1-6 


0-1 


2-1 


3 








1 





1 


3 


Lockhart 


13 


0-4 


0-2 


0-0 


1-0 


1 








4 





3 





Holmes 


19 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


2 


3 





2 


3 


Seabrooks 


7 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


1 





1 





3 





Floyd 


10 


0-1 


0-0 


2-2 


1-1 


2 








1 


1 


1 


2 


Team 










1-0 


1 















WfW. 


** 


m 


IP 


v 


•*■ 


e» 


k 


1 7 




. 1 


.A 




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'■• 






o 




1 . 




Jfc.,7 JSt r 


■5^ 




e 


A 










5 


5 




N 






Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG FT 


0-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Profit 


26 


9-12 


1-2 4 


4 


2-2 4 


1 


1 


3 





3 


23 


Morns 


20 


4-6 


0-0 1 


2 


3-5 8 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


9 


Ekezie 


20 


2-4 


0-0 





0-5 5 


4 





4 


2 


1 


4 


Stokes 


28 


0-2 


0-1 





1-2 5 


1 


8 








2 





Francis 


27 


8-12 


1-2 2 


3 


1-2 3 


2 


3 


3 





2 


19 


Dixon 


16 


5-7 


1-2 1 


1 


2-1 3 


2 


3 


3 





3 


12 


Miller 


11 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


0-1 1 


1 





2 





1 


2 


Hahn 


4 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


1 





4 











Cephas 


3 


0-0 


0-0 





0-1 1 














1 





Fields 


5 


1-1 


1-1 





0-0 


1 





3 





1 


3 


Mardesich 


18 


3-6 


0-0 1 


2 


2-6 8 


1 





1 


1 





7 


3axter 


17 


4-6 


0-0 


1 


0-4 4 





1 


1 


2 





8 


Watkms 


5 


0-1 


0-0 





1-1 2 


1 





1 











Team 










2-1 3 














Totals 


200 37-59 


4-9 9- 


14 


14-31 


45 


20 18 


27 


6 


15 


87 



FG% - Pittsburgh. 230. Maryland. 627 3F0% - Pittsburgh, 235. Maryland, 

680. FT% - Pittsburgh. .870 Maryland, 643 Technical Fouls: None 

Attendance: 2.500. 

Maryland (7-0) 46 41 - 87 

Pittsburgh 16-1) 17 35 - 52 

Came 8 — Maryland 92, Wake Forest 69 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Second-ranked Maryland forced 11 
turnovers in the opening eight minutes and built a 22-point 
lead en route to its eighth straight blowout victory, 92-69 over 
Wake Forest Obinna Ekezie had 19 points and the Terrapins 
(8-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) placed four players in 
double figures in the first half while taking a 54-29 lead against 
the stunned Demon Deacons. Steve Francis scored 18 points 
and Laron Profit 16 for Maryland Maryland led by 38 points 
before Williams cleared his bench with five minutes left Darius 
Songaila scored 15 points for Wake Forest (6-2, 0-1), which 
trailed 32-10 with eight minutes elapsed By halftime, the 
Demon Deacons - who start four sophomores - had 18 
turnovers compared to 11 baskets. 

NO 2 MARYLAND 92, WAKE FOREST 69 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House — Dec 3. 1998 



Wake 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


5 


Pts 


Amonett 


18 


2-6 


1-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








2 








5 


Shoemaker 


24 


4-7 


0-0 


1-1 


7-2 


9 


3 


1 


2 


1 


1 


9 


Vidaurreta 


18 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 


3 





1 





OKelley 


27 


1-9 


1-5 


5-8 


1-0 


1 


3 


6 





8 






Fitzpatnck 


14 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


3 











Hicks 


14 


1-4 


0-2 


0-1 


0-2 


2 


5 


2 


5 








2 


Fuller 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Songaila 


25 


6-10 


0-1 


3-3 


2-7 


9 


5 


2 


2 





2 


15 


Murray 


7 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















2 


Griffin 


12 


2-6 


1-1 


0-2 


2-1 


3 








2 


1 





5 


Scott 


17 


5-8 


0-0 


1-2 


2-1 


3 











1 





11 


Dawson 


23 


4-8 


4-7 


0-0 


0-4 


4 





4 


1 


1 





12 


Team 










0-1 


1 














Totals 


200 26-63 


7-21 10-17 16-22 


38 


19 15 


26 


4 


4 


69 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Profit 


22 


7-10 


0-1 


2-2 


0-6 


6 


1 


3 


2 





2 


IE 


Morris 


23 


6-8 


2-2 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


2 


3 


1 


3 


2 


15 


Ekezie 


18 


5-7 


0-0 


9-9 


2-4 


6 


3 


1 











19 


Stokes 


25 


1-3 


0-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


1 


8 


2 





2 


2 


Francis 


29 


7-14 


1-3 


3-4 


3-1 


4 


3 


6 


1 


1 


3 


18 


Dixon 


16 


4-6 


3-5 


5-4 


0-5 


5 


2 


2 


3 





1 


14 


Miller 


15 


1-3 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





3 


2 








1 


3 


Hahn 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


0-1 


1 




















Cephas 


4 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Fields 


6 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


1 





2 











Mardesich 


18 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 





1 


3 


1 


2 





Baxter 


14 


2-5 


0-0 


1-1 


4-3 


7 


4 





1 


2 





5 


Watkins 


6 


0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


1-0 


1 








1 





1 





Team 










0-0 

















Totals 


200 33-65 


7-18 19-23 13-26 


39 


20 26 


16 


7 


14 


92 



200 14-61 4-17 20-23 19-11 50 15 5 23 2 17 52 



FG% - Wake Forest, 413 Maryland, .508 3FC% - Wake Forest. 333 Maryland, 
389 FT% - Wake Forest, 588. Maryland, 826 Technical Fouls: None 
Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Karl Hess, Ted Valentine Attendance: 14.500. 
Wake Forest (6-2, 0-1 ACC) 29 40 - 69 

Maryland (8-0. 1-0 ACC) 54 38 - 92 

Came 9— Maryland 62, Stanford 60 

WASHINGTON. DC - No. 2 Maryland beat No. 5 Stanford 62- 
60 in the opening round of the BB&T Classic behind Steve 
Francis' career-high 24 points. Maryland won despite a rough 
outing with its halfcourt offense and in taking a pounding off 
the boards from the Cardinal (4-2), who lost their second 
straight game "Stanford forced us to play their way," head 
coach Gary Williams said. "They probably played as good a game 
on defense as we've seen all year They're so big there's not 
much room to run around on offense." Maryland took the 
lead for good at 59-57 with 1:22 to play on two free throws 
by Francis, whose speed in the open court has been the 



REVIEW 

Terrapins' early trademark. After a turnover by Stanford, Laron 
Profit made one of two free throws with 20 seconds left, his 
first point of the game Another Stanford turnover led to a 
breakaway dunk by Profit with 11 seconds to play 



NO 2 MARYLAND 62. NO. 5 STANFORD 60 
















MCI Center, Washington. DC - 


Dec 6 


1998 
















Stanford 


Min 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Madsen 


28 


6-8 


0-0 


0-1 


3-5 


8 


4 





3 


1 


1 


12 


Young 


16 


1-6 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3 








1 





2 


Weems 


34 


4-12 


2-7 


0-1 


0-3 


3 





2 


2 





2 


10 


Lee 


25 


5-12 


2-8 


2-2 


0-3 


3 


1 


8 


5 





1 


14 


Moseley 


16 


3-7 


2-4 


0-0 


2-1 


3 


2 


1 


3 








8 


Ciovacchi 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











1 











Collins, Jar 


15 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-1 


3 


4 





1 








2 


Collins, Jas. 


16 


0-3 


0-0 


2-4 


2-3 


5 


3 





1 


1 


1 


2 


Seaton 


6 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-0 


2 


1 














2 


Team 










4-3 


7 














Totals 


200 


24-60 


8-24 


4-8 


17-25 


42 


19 


13 


19 


4 


5 


60 


Man/land 


Min 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Pet 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Profit 


24 


1-6 


0-3 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Morris 


54 


4 


7 


1-1 


2-4 


1-4 


5 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


11 


Ekezie 


32 


2 


7 


0-0 


7-7 


2-3 


5 


4 





6 





1 


11 


Stokes 


31 


3 


3 


1-1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


3 


3 


2 





1 


7 


Francis 


37 


8- 


J 


1-2 


7-7 


1-6 


7 


4 


1 


3 





4 


24 


Dixon 


12 





3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 














Miller 


16 


2 


4 


2-2 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 





1 





6 


Mardesich 


14 





4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 








1 








Team 












1-6 


7 















Totals 



200 20-48 5-10 17-20 6-23 29 18 11 15 6 10 62 



FG% -Stanford, 400 Maryland, 417 3FG%- Stanford, 333 Maryland, 500. 
FT% - Stanford, 500 Maryland. 850 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Ted 
Hillary Tim Higgins, Tom 0'Neil Attendance: 20,544 
Stanford (4-2) 32 28 - 60 

Maryland (9-0) 39 23 - 62 

Came to— Maryland 92, DePaul 75 

WASHINGTON, DC — Terence Morris matched his career-high 
with 22 points and No. 2 Maryland defeated DePaul, 92-75, in 
the championship game of the BB&T Classic at MCI Center 
Maryland (10-0), which had its first close game of the season 
in beating No 6 Stanford 62-60 in the opening round, seemed 
on the way to another blowout, leading 29-11 with 7:19 left in 
the first half But DePaul (5-2), which starts three freshmen, 
closed the first half with a 24-14 run to get within 43-35 as 
three first-year players scored all the points in the spurt. A 3- 
pointer by Quentin Richardson, who finished with 28 points, 
had DePaul within 50-47 with 16:20 to play Maryland went on 
an 11-0 run with Morris, who was 10-of-11 from the field, and 
Juan Dixon scoring all the points. The closest DePaul would 
get the rest of the way was 79-70 on a layup by freshman 
Lance Williams with 3:21 to play, and the Terrapins closed the 
game with a 13-5 run. Laron Profit had 15 points for Maryland, 
while Steve Francis, the tournament MVP who had 24 points 
in the win over Stanford, added 14. 

NO 2 MARYLAND 92, DEPAUL 75 

MCI Center. Washington. DC - Dec 7, 1998 



DePaul 


Min 


FC 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Simmons 


37 


3-13 


2-8 


5-2 


5-6 


7 


3 


2 


7 





3 


13 


Williams 


37 


8-14 


0-0 


0-3 


5-0 


8 


4 





2 








16 


Richardson 


38 


8-15 


3-6 


9-5 


4-11 


9 


3 


1 


2 








28 


Hartfield 


36 


4-9 


1-4 


0-1 


3-1 


4 





7 


6 





2 


9 


Coleman 


19 


3-6 


0-2 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


4 


1 








1 


7 


Burno 


17 


1-3 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


2 


2 


2 








2 


Cooper 


10 


0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


1 














Butler 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 





2 





2 





1 





Avery 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 




















Phillips 


1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


3-0 























Team 










3-3 


6 














Totals 


200 27-65 


6-2315-20 15-20 


35 


23 


14 


21 





7 


75 


Maryland 


Min 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Profit 


33 


6-13 


0-1 


3-4 


1-3 


4 


2 


3 


2 


1 


2 


15 


Morris 


31 


10-11 


0-0 


2-2 


4-2 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


22 


Ekezie 


25 


2-9 


0-0 


8-10 


1-3 


4 


3 


2 


3 


3 





12 


Stokes 


30 


3-4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





3 


4 


1 





1 


7 


Francis 


25 


5-7 


1-3 


3-4 


0-3 


3 


4 


3 


2 





1 


14 


Dixon 


21 


2-5 


1-2 


7-8 


2-2 


4 


2 


4 


3 





2 


12 


Miller 


15 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


3-2 


5 





3 














Fields 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








1 














Mardesich 


12 


2-5 


0-0 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 


4 


Baxter 


7 


2-4 


0-0 


2-3 


1-1 


2 


1 





1 





1 


6 



Totals 



200 32-58 3-8 25-32 13-19 32 18 22 14 5 9 92 



FG% - DePaul, 415 Maryland, 552 3FG% - DePaul, 261 Maryland, 375. FT% - 

DePaul, 750. Maryland, 781 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: Tim Higgins, Jim 

Burr John Dougherty Attendance: 18,244 

DePaul (5-2) 55 40 - 75 

Maryland (10-0) 43 49 - 92 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



Came 11 —Kentucky 103, Maryland 91 

LEXINGTON. Ky — Heshimu Evans scored a career-high 31 points 
and Scott Padgett went 4-f or-4 on 3-pointers as No 5 Kentucky 
handed No 2 Maryland its first loss of the season. 103-91 
Padgett finished with 25 points and 13 rebounds for his second 
double-double of the season The Wildcats took charge with a 
21-8 run over the last 6:27 of the first half that was capped 
by Padgett's buzzer-beating 3-pointer from the top of the 
key that gave Kentucky a 54-41 halftime lead. Kentucky led 
most of the second half but Maryland ( 10- 1 ) pulled within four 
points on Terence Morris' 3-pointer with 53 seconds left 
Morns led Maryland with 26 points, while Steve Francis had 25 
points and Obinna Ekezie had 19 points and nine rebounds. 



No. 5 KENTUCKY 103, NO 2 MARYLAND 91 
Rupp Arena. Lexington. Ky - Dec 12. 1998 



Maryland 

Profit 

Stokes 

Francis 

Moms 

Ekezie 

Dixon 

Mardesicn 

Miller 

Baxter 

Fields 

Team 

Totals 



Min FC 3FG 

31 4-10 0-1 

32 2-5 
31 9-20 
34 10-18 
57 7-16 
13 1-5 

7 0-1 



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



0-2 0-1 



O-D 
1-5 
0-2 
5-1 
2-4 
5-4 
2-0 
1-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
1-0 



200 33-78 5-14 20-25 17-18 35 28 14 8 3 9 91 



Kentucky Min FC 3FC FT O-D Reb F A T 



Evans 

Padgett 

Bradley 

Turner 

Pnnce 

Magloire 

Smith 

Camara 

Hogan 

Allison 

Team 

Totals 



35 8-17 4-8 11-14 4-2 6 2 2 3 1 
35 8-11 4-4 5-5 5-8 13 2 5 2 



5 Pts 
31 



18 1-2 0-0 3-6 

55 4-9 0-1 9-12 

33 6-13 1-5 0-1 

22 3-5 0-0 0-0 

12 0-0 0-0 2-3 

5 2-2 0-0 0-0 

2 00 0-0 0-0 

3 0-0 0-0 0-0 



0-4 
1-2 
1-5 
2-4 
0-1 
0-1 
n-0 
0-0 
2-1 



1 3 

1 2 

1 


3 



1 17 
13 



200 32-59 9-18 30-41 15-28 43 19 20 16 9 6 103 



FC% - Maryland, 423 Kentucky, 542. 3FC% - Maryland. 357 Kentucky. .500. 
FT% - Maryland. .800 Kentucky, 732 Technical Fouls: None Officials John 
Dougherty, Mike Wood, Karl Hess Attendance: 24.321 
Maryland (10-11 41 50 91 

Kentucky (9-1) 54 49 - 103 

Came 12 — Maryland 81, Princeton 58 

BALTIMORE. Md - Fifth-ranked Maryland raced to an early 
17-point lead, led by 19 at halftime and cruised past Princeton 
81-58 Laron Profit scored 21 points and Steve Francis had 
12 points, six rebounds and four steals for the Terrapins It 
was only the second time this decade that the Tigers gave up 
more than 80 points in a game (the first was four seasons ago 
against Massachusetts) It was Princeton's most lopsided loss 
since a 23-point defeat against Washington State in the 1992- 
93 season Maryland bolted to a 19-2 lead, forcing eight 
turnovers in the opening six minutes and getting seven points 
from Profit and two baskets from Francis in a 16-0 run. 
Princeton (5-3) never cut the margin below 11 points. The 
Tigers finished with a season-high 29 turnovers and made only 
eight baskets in the first half Princeton came in with the 
nation's best scoring defense (51 points per game), but had all 
sorts of problems with a high-powered Maryland offense that 
registered 42 points by halftime Cabe Lewullis scored 20 
points for the Tigers. 

NO. 5 MARYLAND 81, PRINCETON 58 

Baltimore Arena. Baltimore, Md - Dec 19. 1998 



Princeton 


Min 


FC 


5FC 


FT 


0-D 


■ ■:: 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Lewullis 


39 


7-10 


4-5 


2-4 


1-4 


5 


5 


3 


5 





3 


2C 


Krug 


21 


0-1 


0-0 


2-2 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 








2 


2 


Young 


30 


6-9 


0-1 


1-2 


1-6 


7 


4 


1 


3 








13 


Earl 


57 


4-8 


1-4 


2-3 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


11 





2 


11 


Chapman 


11 


0-2 


1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





2 











El-Nokali 


29 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


2 





1 


4 


Baah 


3 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 











2 


: 


1 


2 


Rocca 


30 


1-3 


0-0 


4-5 


4-3 


7 


3 


7 


3 





2 


6 


Team 










1-1 


2 






1 









Totals 



200 21-38 5-12 11-16 8-18 26 19 14 29 11 58 



Maryland Min FC 3FC FT O-D Reb F A T B 5 Pts 

Profit 27 8-11 2-2 3-4 2-0 2 3 1 1 1 21 

Moms 27 3-5 0-2 3-32-24322129 

Ekezie 26 3-6 0-0 5-71-3421412 11 

Stokes 28 1-5 0-4 0-0 0-' 114 11 5 2 



Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Fields 

Mardesicn 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



31 5-12 0-1 2-2 3-3 



4-6 3-4 2-2 

3-4 0-0 CK> 0-0 

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

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

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

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

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



0-1 



200 28-51 6-14 19-24 9-13 22 20 20 16 4 17 8' 



fc - Princeton. 553 Maryland, 549. 3FC% - Princeton. 417 Maryland. 429 
FT. ■■- Princeton, 688. Maryland. 792. Technical Fouls: None Officials: Rick 
Hartzell, Steve Cordon, Duke Edsall Attendance 13.489 
Princeton 1 5-5 1 23 35 - 58 

Maryland (11-1 1 42 39 - 81 

Came IS -Maryland 132, No. Texas 57 

COLLEGE PARK. Md - Freshman forward Lonny Baxter set a 
school record by hitting all 10 of his field goal attempts and 
scored 28 points as the Terrapins registered the most lopsided 
victory in school history, 132-57 over winless North Texas 
Laron Profit scored 16 of his season-high 24 points in the first 
half and Steve Francis added 17 for the Terrapins (12-1 ). who 
had absolutely no trouble in their 63rd straight non-conference 
home victory the longest current streak in the nation. The 
75-point margin of victory surpassed the 67-pomt blowout of 
Western Carolina earlier this season, and the 132 points was 
the second-highest output in Maryland history Sam Funches 
scored 16 points for North Texas (0-9) and Joe Ervin had 12. 
all but three in the opening five minutes The Terrapins led 
11-9 before Profit made a 3-pointer and Francis and Terence 
Morris followed with dunks to spark a 21-6 run that put 
Maryland up by 17 



NO 5 MARYLAND 1 32. NORTH TEXAS 57 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole field House - Dec 23. ' 



N Texas Min 
Washington 36 
Erskm 



Gilbert 

Williams 

Ervin 

Colter 

Allen 

Hardie 

Mangrum 

Funches 

Tennell 

Team 

Totals 

Maryland 

Profit 

Moms 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



06 
19 
28 



FC 3FC FT 

2-8 2-6 3-6 

2-8 0-2 0-2 

0-5 0-3 0-0 

0-4 0-3 0-0 

23 4-17 4-12 0-0 

10 0-2 0-2 0-0 

11 2-4 2-3 0-0 
14 3-8 0-3 0-0 

9 0-1 0-1 0-0 

17 7-14 2-7 0-0 

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

3-1 



O-D Reb F 
5-6 11 5 



: : 

1-3 
0-1 
0-1 

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



3 1 

5 1 



S Pts 

5 9 



2 16 
4 



200 22-74 10-45 3-8 12-17 29 22 18 23 9 57 



Min FC 

21 9-12 

21 2-5 

21 6-8 

22 2-2 

23 6-11 
22 3-13 



3FC FT O-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



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

5-6 



18 10-10 
9 2-5 



3-5 3-6 

0-0 3-3 

0-0 4-8 

2-2 0-0 

1-4 4-5 

0-6 0-0 

0-3 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 1-2 

0-1 0-0 

0-0 2-2 

0-0 8-8 

1-2 0-0 



2-3 

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



3 1 

2 



200 50-83 7-23 25-34 21-43 64 9 37 14 9 14 132 



FC* - North Texas, 297 Maryland, 602 3FC% - North Texas. 222 Maryland. 
304 FT% - North Texas. .375 Maryland, 735 Technical Fouls None Officials 
Larry Rose, Raymond Styons, Raymond Natili Attendance 14,500. 
North Tex3S (0-9I 23 34 - 57 

Maryland (12-1) 67 65 - 132 

Came 14- Maryland 104, S.C. State 70 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Laron Profit found his jump shot, and 
that's good news for Maryland as it heads into the meat of its 
Atlantic Coast Conference schedule Profit continued a re- 
cent surge by scoring a season-high 25 points and No 5 Mary- 
land pulled away in the second half to put away pesky South 
Carolina State 104-70 Steve Francis had 21 points and five 
assists for Maryland, which extended the nation's longest non- 
conference home winning streak to 64 games Terrell Stokes 
contributed 12 assists and eight steals as the Terrapins started 
the season 13-1 for the fourth time in school history Mike 
Wiatre scored a career-high 26 points for South Carolina State 
(4-6). which trailed by just five points. 63-58, five minutes 
into the second half Obinna Ekezie and Terence Morris had 18 
and 14 points, respectively, as the Terrapins placed four play- 



R E 

ers in double figures for the seventh time this season. Mary- 
land forced 35 turnovers, with Profit and Juan Dixon both 
getting four steals Stokes' eight steals were one shy of the 
school record 



NO 5 MARYLAND 104. SOUTH CAR0UNA STATE 70 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole field House - Dec 27. 1998 



SC State 

Hall 

Carlisle 

Johnson 

Wiatre 

Jones 

Jackson 

Davis 

Cilliard 

Moore 

Hams 

Waller 

Cureton 

Shivers 

Neis 

Mitts 

Team 

Totals 

Maryland 

Profit 

"- rr : 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Team 

Totals 



Min FC 3FC FT 

25 47 0-0 0-1 

27 2-5 2-3 0-0 

29 4-6 0-0 0-1 

34 9-19 3-6 5-6 



O-D Reb F 
3-8 11 4 



2-3 
3-3 

0-3 



35 6-15 2-4 4-6 1-2 



1-1 1-1 0-0 

0-4 0-4 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

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

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

0-1 0-0 1-4 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

00 0-0 0-0 o-o 

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



0-0 

0-1 
0-0 



2-6 
0-0 



3 0-0 0-0 0-0 



C-0 
l-C 



T B 

2 1 

8 

1 1 



S Pts 

8 

3 6 

8 

26 



200 26-60 8-18 10-18 12-26 58 23 16 35 2 6 70 

Min FC 3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 
28 10-16 2-3 3-4 1-4 5 2 3 3 4 25 



24 5-9 0-0 4-4 
31 7-12 0-0 4-7 



2-5 

2-4 



28 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-2 



29 7-13 1-4 6-7 

20 3-5 1-5 0-0 

12 1-2 0-1 1-2 
5 1-2 0-0 1-1 

13 2-10 0-O 1-2 
12 1-2 0-0 3-6 



1-4 

0-4 

1-1 
0-0 

0-5 
0-1 
1-0 



3 3 

1 1 

2 12 
2 5 



200 38-73 5-13 23-33 14-28 42 16 27 16 10 20 104 



FC%-S CarolinaSt 455 Maryland, 521 3FCS - S Carolina St. 444 

Maryland, 585 FT* - 5 Carolina St. 556 Maryland. 697 Technical Fouls 

None Officials Duke Edsall. Leslie Jones. Bernard Clinton. Attendance: 

14.500 

S Carolina St (4-6) 42 28 - 70 

Maryland (13-1) 53 51 - 104 

Came 15 —Duke 82, Maryland 64 

COLLEGE PARK. Md, - No 4 Maryland managed to stay even 
with Atlantic Coast Conference rival Duke for 20 minutes. Then 
No, 2 Duke, led bv Elton Brand and Trajan Langdon, pulled away 
to an 82-64 victory before a sellout crowd at Cole Field House 
Duke reeled off 13 straight points early in the second half to 
gain control of the game After an exchange of baskets made 
it 39-39 with 18 19 left, Brand hit a layup and 3 short jumper to 
start a run of 13. straight points that included two free throws 
and a 3-pointer by William Avery Leading Maryland were sopho- 
more Terence Morns, who scored 16 points, and junior guard 
Steve Francis, who scored 11 The Terps. whose only previous 
loss this season came at Kentucky, fell to 7-1 at home Shane 
Battier had 15 points for the Blue Devils despite picking up his 
fourth foul with 18:57 remaining William Avery also scored 15 



NO 2 DUKE 82. NO 5 MARYLAND 64 

first National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole field House - Jan 3. 1999 



Duke 

Carrawell 

Battier 

Brand 

Avery 

Langdon 

James 

Burgess 

Maggette 

Team 

Totals 



Min FC 3FC FT 

30 3-8 0-0 3-5 5-4 

23 5-7 0-2 5-6 1-4 

38 8-14 0-0 3-6 

38 5-11 1-2 4-4 

36 5-11 3-7 3-4 

17 2-6 0-2 4-8 

10 0-1 0-0 0-0 

8 0-5 0-1 0-0 



O-D Reb F 

7 1 

5 4 

13 2 



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

: ■■: 

5-1 





4 


2 
1 1 
1 1 



S Pts 

1 9 

15 

1 19 
1 15 
3 16 

8 

1 




200 28-63 4-14 22-33 18-27 45 18 14 15 8 7 82 



Maryland Min FC 5FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Profit 

Moms 

Ekezie 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Team 

Totals 



37 3-12 0-1 2-2 

28 7-15 0-2 2-2 
50 4-9 0-0 3-6 

29 2-4 1-1 0-1 
35 3-14 2-5 3-5 
17 1-4 0-5 1-2 

5 0-0 0-0 0-0 

5 0-1 0-0 0-0 

14 5-9 0-0 0-0 



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



200 25-68 3-12 11-18 20-21 41 25 12 22 82 5 64 



FC% - Duke. 444 Maryland. 368 3FC* - Duke. 286 Maryland. 250 FT% - 
Duke. 667 Maryland. 611 Technical Fouls None Officials: Lany Rose. Karl 
Hess. Ted valentine 

Duke 113-1, 2-0 ACCI 57 45 - 82 

Maryland (13-2. 1-1 ACC) 37 27 - 64 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 






Came 16— Mary land 71, Virginia 66 

CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. - Juan Dixon made two free throws with 
3.4 seconds left and No 5 Maryland beat Virginia. 71 -66. Obinna 
Ekezie and Terence Morris led Maryland with 17 points each 
and Steve Francis had 14. Willie Dersch led the Cavaliers with 
15 points and Chris Williams had 14. The Terrapins shot 48 
percent from the field, while Virginia shot 33 percent Maryland 
led 37-20 after a first half In which Virginia went 10:56 between 
its first and second field goals and made only seven of 31 
shots overall After Chezley Watson opened the scoring by 
hitting a 10-f ooter for Virginia, the Cavaliers missed 12 straight 
shots and had five turnovers before Willie Dersch hit a 3- 
pointer to draw them within 18-7. 

NO 5 MARYLAND 71. VIRGINIA 66 

University Hall. Charlottesville. Va. - Jan. 7. 1999 

Maryland Min FG 3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Profit 32 4-9 0-2 1-50-66323029 

Morris 32 5-8 0-1 7-10 2-2 4 2 1 3 6 17 

Ekezie 25 5-8 0-0 7-8 2-5 7 4 1 10 2 17 

Stokes 35 0-0 0-0 2-20-44453002 

Francis 35 5-10 0-3 4-7 1-5 6 3 6 3 2 14 

Miller 11 0-3 0-1 0-01-12303010 

Dixon 14 1-2 0-0 2-21-23403004 

Baxter 8 1-2 0-0 1-20-11201203 

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

Team 2-1 3 

Totals 200 23-48 0-7 25-38 12-28 30 25 15 20 8 7 71 

Virginia Min FC 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Dersch 36 4-11 3-8 4-41-5642203 15 

Williams 35 6-10 1-3 1-33-255241 1 14 

Hunter 22 5-8 0-0 1-2 2-1 3 5 3 2 7 

Watson 37 2-9 1-4 1-20-33423026 

Hand 37 1-8 0-0 10-11 5-2 7 4 5 3 2 12 

Halt 29 4-14 1-4 1-10-2231202 10 

Lemcke 2 0-0 0-0 0-00-00000000 

Dowling 2 0-0 0-0 2-20-11100002 

Team 5-1 6 

Totals 200 20-60 6-19 20-27 16-17 33 26 12 17 3 10 66 

FG% - Maryland. 479 Virginia, .333. 3FG% - Maryland. 000. Virginia. 316. FT* - 

Maryland. 658 Virginia. 741. Technical Fouls: None Officials: Andre Patllo, Mike 

Wood. John Cahill. Attendance: 8,247 

Maryland (14-2, 2-1 ACCI 37 34 - 71 

Virginia (9-6, 0-3 ACC) 20 46 - 66 

Came 17- Maryland 99, NC State 48 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Steve Francis was perfect, and No. 5 
Maryland played an almost flawless game in posting the most 
lopsided Atlantic Coast Conference victory in school history. 
94-48. over North Carolina State Francis made all nine of his 
shots from the field and scored 22 points as Maryland defeated 
the Wolfpack for the 10" consecutive time at home Francis 
also had three of Maryland's 17 steals. Laron Profit scored 17 
for the Terrapins. The 46-point margin surpassed a 40-point 
victory over ACC foe Clemson in 1953. Keith Bean had nine 
points and seven rebounds for NC State Maryland has won 
10 straight home games against NC State, the Terrapins' 
longest streak against an ACC team in school history Maryland 
also has won 10 of the last 11 games between the teams 
overall The game was virtually decided in the final eight 
minutes of the first half, when the Wolfpack failed to make a 
field goal during a 20-5 Maryland run that made it 48-24 at 
halftime. The Terrapins hit their first five shots, including a 
pair of 3-pointers by Profit and two layups by Francis, to take 
a 12-2 lead with three minutes gone. Any chance the Wolfpack 
had of making a comeback was quickly dispelled at the outset 
of the second half, when Maryland used a 10-2 burst to boost 
the margin to 32 points. A 16-0 spree made it 76-31 with seven 
minutes left. 

NO. 5 MARYLAND 94. NC STATE 48 

First National Bank of Mar/land Court at Cole Field House - Jan 10, 1999 

NC State Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Inge 26 2-7 0-1 1-23-14324015 

Wells 26 1-7 1-4 0-00-00333003 

Kelley 19 2-7 0-0 2-42-46000106 

Gainev 32 3-5 1-2 0-01-23125007 

Anderson 34 1-8 1-3 3-72-24116006 

Thornton 12 2-5 0-0 2-5 1-1 2 2 2 1 1 6 

Grundy 28 3-10 0-3 0-00-33317036 

Bean 14 2-4 0-1 5-74-37104009 

Williams 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 10 

Team 3-3 6 

Totals 200 16-51 3-14 13-25 17-19 36 14 9 31 2 5 48 



SEASON 

Maryland Min FG 3FG FT O-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Profit 24 5-9 3-3 4-40-331421 1 17 

Morris 20 4-9 0-2 2-22-4610133 10 

Ekezie 22 6-13 0-1 0-00-224201 1 12 

Stokes 27 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-4 4 19 10 4 5 

Francis 25 9-9 2-2 2-20-1133203 22 

Dixon 13 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 11 10 1 2 

Miller 16 2-2 0-0 2-4 2-1 3 3 2 1 1 6 

Hahn 6 1-1 0-0 0-00-00021022 

Cephas 6 3-3 1-1 0-00-00201007 

Fields 6 0-0 0-0 0-00-11020000 

Mardesicn 14 3-6 0-0 1-2 2-1 3 3 1 1 7 

Baxter 13 1-1 0-0 0-00-11101112 

Watkins 8 1-3 0-0 0-00-22201002 

Team 0-3 3 

Totals 200 38-63 7-14 11-14 6-23 29 22 24 13 8 17 94 

FG%-NC State, 314 Maryland, 603 3FG% - NC State .214 Maryland. .500 FT% 

- NC State, 520. Maryland, 786 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Jim Burr, Rick 

Hartzell, Zelton Steed. Attendance 14.500 

NC State (10-5, 1-3 ACC) 24 24 - 48 

Maryland 115-2. 3-1 ACC) 48 46 - 94 



Came 18— Maryland 89, No. Carolina 76 

CHAPEL HILL. NC - Obinna Ekezie, saddled with foul trouble 
the first half, rebounded with 19 points over the final 17:41 as 
the fifth-ranked Terrapins defeated No. 7 North Carolina, 89- 
76, winning at the Smith Center for the third time in the last 
four years. Ekezie's other frontline mates also came up big, as 
Profit added 24 points and Terence Morris had 20 as the 
Terrapins shot 58 percent in the second half and went to a 
zone defense to help protect Ekezie Brendan Haywood led 
North Carolina with 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Ed Cota 
added 17 and 11 assists The lead changed hands six times in 
the first three minutes of the second half and North Carolina 
led 51-48 before the Terrapins went on a 17-6 run to take 
control of the game. The 6-foot-10 Ekezie, held scoreless in 
the first half, scored on two turnaround shots in the lane, a 
layup and a foul shot during the run as Maryland led 65-57 
with 9:31 left 

NO 5 MARYLAND 89. NO. 7 NORTH CAROLINA 76 
Dean E Smith Center. Chapel Hill. NC - Jan 13, 1999 

Maryland Min FG 3FC FT O-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Profit 35 7-14 2-4 8-10 2-2 4 1 3 1 3 24 

Morris 36 8-12 0-1 4-42-3530221 20 

Ekezie 28 6-8 0-0 7-90-2231201 19 

Francis 35 3-10 1-2 1-2 3-3 6 2 4 3 3 8 

Stokes 35 3-4 2-2 2-40-3328000 10 

Dixon 9 3-5 0-1 0-01-01110006 

Mardesich 10 0-1 0-0 0-01-12310100 

Miller 5 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-1 10 2 

Baxter 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 10 

Watkins 4 0-1 0-0 0-00-00100000 

Cephas 1 0-0 0-0 0-00-00000000 

Team 2-3 5 

Totals 200 30-56 5-10 24-3111-18 29 18 16 11 4 8 89 

N.Carolina Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Okulaja 36 5-13 1-6 2-35-4932301 13 

Lang 26 3-4 0-0 0-01-34512006 

Havwood 32 6-8 0-0 6-7 4-7 11 1 2 2 18 

Capel 33 5-10 3-5 0-0 1-3 4 4 1 2 2 13 

Cota 37 6-15 3-8 2-4 2-3 5 1 11 5 1 17 

Owens 9 0-4 0-3 0-02-021021 10 

Curry 19 2-9 1-5 2-31-01302007 

Bersticker 4 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-0 10 

Frederick 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 10 

Williams 1 0-0 0-0 0-00-00000000 

Newby 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 

Melendez 1 1-1 0-0 0-00-00000002 

Team 1-0 1 

Totals 200 28-64 8-27 12-18 18-20 38 19 16 18 3 5 76 

FG% - Maryland, .536 North Carolina. 438 3FG%- Maryland 500 North Carolina. 
296 FT% - Maryland. 774 North Carolina, 667 Technical Fouls: None Officials: 
Frank Scagliotta. Ted Valentine. Steve Gordon. Attendance: 21. 572 
Maryland 116-2. 4-1 ACCI 42 47 - 89 

N Carolina (14-4. 2-2 ACC) 43 33 - 76 

Came 19— Maryland 77, Georgia Tech 62 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. - No 4 Maryland received 20 points and 
10 rebounds from Terence Morris and forced Georgia Tech 
into 27 turnovers, and pulled away for a 77-62 victory. The 
Terrapins closed the game with a 21-5 run and were 30-for- 
70 from the floor and 4-for-15 from 3-point range. Georgia 
Tech trailed 56-50 before reeling off seven straight points to 
take the lead for the only time Maryland then went on a 7-0 
run of its own, including a 3-pointer by Laron Profit that made 
it 63-57 with 6:14 remaining. Profit scored 15 points for the 



REVIEW 

Terrapins, whose 17-2 record matches the best to this point 
in school history. Maryland has won six straight over Georgia 
Tech. 

NO 4 MARYLAND 77. GEORGIA TECH 62 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House - Jan 19. 1999 

Ga Tech Min FG 3FG FT O-D Reb F A T B 5 Pts 

Babul 19 0-0 0-0 0-01-45216100 

Floyd 34 6-13 3-9 1-21-2330202 16 

Collier 33 4-12 1-2 5-61-4544810 14 

Akins 38 2-11 1-6 2-21-56366027 

Jones 36 5-6 0-0 2-41-8913121 12 

Vines 28 3-8 1-5 1-20-33322018 

LaBarne 11 2-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 11 10 5 

Kmcaid 1 0-0 0-0 0-00-00000000 

Team 0-11 1 

Totals 200 22-54 7-25 11-16 5-27 32 17 17 27 4 6 62 

Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B 5 Pts 

Profit 33 6-13 1-2 2-32-4624403 15 

Morris 34 9-15 0-2 2-2 4-6 10 2 2 12 4 20 

Ekezie 28 4-13 0-0 2-35-2731510 10 

Stokes 35 3-6 2-5 0-00-55273228 

Francis 32 4-12 0-2 6-6 2-0 2 4 6 6 1 14 

Dixon 13 2-6 1-4 0-0 0-2 2 3 2 1 2 5 

Miller 7 0-1 0-0 1-20-11010001 

Mardesich 15 2-4 0-0 0-01-54100014 

Baxter 3 0-0 0-0 0-00-22000000 

Team 1-4 5 

Totals 200 30-70 4-15 13-16 15-29 44 17 21 19 6 13 77 

FG% - Georgia Tech, 407 Maryland, 429. 3FG% - Georgia Tech, .280. Maryland 
267 FT% - Georgia Tech, .688 Maryland, .813 Technical Fouls: None Officials: 
Rick Hartzell. Duke Edsall, Michael kitts. Attendance 14. 500. 
Georgia Tech (11-7. 2-4 ACC) 31 31 - 67 

Maryland 117-2. 5-1 ACQ 35 42 - 77 

Came 20 — Maryland 81, Clemson 79 (OT) 

CLEMSON, S.C. - Junior guard Steve Francis made four free 
throws down the stretch in regulation to keep No 4 Maryland 
in position and Terence Morris had the Terps' final two baskets 
— including the game-winner with 14 4 seconds left in overtime 
to lead the Terps to an 81-79 overtime victory over Clemson 
at Littlejohn Coliseum. Morris' most important points came in 
the final minutes of the overtime period. He converted Terrell 
Stokes' 3-point miss to tie it at 79, then hit the winning jump 
shot for Maryland Terrell Mclntyre led Clemson with 25 points, 
but missed a 3-pointer and was stuffed on a drive after Morris' 
game-winner Francis gave Maryland the lead in the final 
minutes of regulation with a key steal and four free throws, 
the last two putting the Terps up 70-68 with 2:07 left There 
were five ties and five lead changes in the final 11 minutes of 
regulation. 

NO. 4 MARYLAND 81, CLEMSON 79 (OT) 
Littlejohn Coliseum. Clemson. S.C. -Jan 24, 1999 

Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

Profit 41 5-11 2-6 3-61-3425214 15 

Morris 40 9-12 3-5 5-52-3522210 26 

Ekezie 39 4-6 0-0 1-32-24314109 

Stokes 42 4-8 3-6 0-0 0-4 4 2 5 10 3 11 

Francis 38 5-12 2-6 6-60-2244103 18 

Mardesich 11 1-2 0-0 0-01-12221002 

Miller 8 0-0 0-0 0-00-11010020 

Dixon 6 0-1 0-00-00-00100000 

Team 1-0 1 

Totals 200 28-52 10-2415-20 7-16 23 16 18 11 3 12 81 

Clemson Min FG SFG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Jurkunas 


41 


6-9 


5-8 


1-2 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 


3 


1 





18 


Jamison 


34 


4-4 


0-0 


1-3 


2-1 


4 


3 





3 








9 


Wideman 


27 


4-5 


0-0 


2-2 


1-4 


5 


5 


2 


2 





1 


10 


Mclntyre 


39 


8-11 


4-6 


5-8 


1-3 


4 


4 


6 


5 





2 


25 


Solomon 


35 


2-11 


0-5 


0-2 


0-2 


2 


2 


7 


3 








4 


Christie 


17 


2-5 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 

















5 


Gilmore 


14 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


1 


1 





3 


Braddick 


8 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


2 





2 








3 


Allenspach 


10 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 














1 


2 


Team 










2-0 


3 






1 









Totals 200 29-51 11-2210-19 12-20 32 20 18 20 2 4 79 

FG%- Maryland. .538 Clemson. .569. 3FG% - Maryland. 417 Clemson, 500 FT% 

- Maryland. 750. Clemson. .526. Technical Fouls: None Officials: Mike Wood. 

Gerald Boudreaux. Ted Hillary Attendance: 11.200. 

Maryland (18-2. 6-1 ACC) 36 35 10 - 81 

Clemson (12-8, 1-6 ACC) 38 33 8 - 79 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



79 



Came 21 —Maryland 107, Fiorina St. 87 

COLLEGE PARK, Md — Maryland had five players score in double 
figures and topped the 100-point mark in an ACC game for 
the first time since 1994 as the Terps defeated Florida State. 
107-87 It was only the fourth time in the 1990s that Maryland 
surpassed 100 points in an ACC game. Senior center Obinna 
Ekezie scored 22, junior guard Steve Francis scored 21, 
sdphomore forward Terence Morris had 16 and senior guard 
Terrell Stokes recorded eight assists to pass John Lucas and 
move into second place on the school career list with 515. 
Ron Hale had 22 points and Terrell Baker 18 for Florida State- 
Maryland opened the second half with a 9-1 spree to make it 
59-41. Ekezie, limited to nine minutes in the first half, scored 
four points in the run and Stokes hit a 3-pointer The margin 
swelled to 20 points with 5:17 remaining The Semmoles 
committed 23 turnovers. 

NO. 4 MARYLAND 107. FLORIDA STATE 87 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House -Jan 24. 1999 



Amonett 16 1-5 1-1 3-4 0-2 

Hicks 19 3-7 0-2 4-4 0-5 

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

Team 0-1 



2 10 10 6 

5 4 1 2 10 

10 1 1 

1 1 



Maryland Min FC 3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Totals 



200 25-57 3-14 52-40 11-31 42 22 8 15 2 11 85 



FC% - Maryland. 358 Wake Forest, 459. 5FC% - Maryland, 557 Wake Forest, 
.214. FT%- Maryland, 667 Wake Forest, 800 Technical Fouls: Maryland, Ekezie, 
2™, 1239 Officials: Mike Wood, Ted Valentine. Curtis Shaw Attendance 13.679 
Maryland (19-3, 7-2 ACC) 21 51 - 72 

Wake Forest 112-9. 3-6 ACC) 28 57 - 85 

Came 23 — Duke 95, Maryland 77 

DURHAM, N.C. - The second-ranked Blue Devils defeated No. 
7 Maryland 95-77 behind Shane Battier's career-high 27 points 
Steve Francis and Laron Profit led the Terrapins with 18 points 
each. Duke led by 10 at halftime, but quickly took command 
of the game in the first 6:14 of the second period, going on a 
22-8 run to grab a 72-48 lead. Trajan Langddn. in a mini 
shooting slump, broke out with consecutive 3-pointers 19 
seconds apart during the Duke run. 



Fla. State 


Min 


FC 


3FL 


FT 


0-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 




























Hale 


34 


7-15 


1-4 


7-7 


5-1 


4 


2 


5 


5 





1 


22 


NO 2 DUKE 95. NO 7 MARYLAND 77 


















Simmons 


19 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


2-5 


7 


3 





1 








4 


Cameron Indoor Stadium. Durham. North Carolina 


- Feb. 3 


1999 






Mott 


18 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


5-0 


3 


4 





2 


2 


1 


5 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Rec 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Arrington 


50 


3-6 


2-3 


4-4 


0-0 





4 


7 


8 





5 


12 


Profit 


55 


7-16 


0-3 


4-5 


2-4 


6 


4 


5 


1 








18 


Baker 


54 


7-14 


1-4 


3-4 


2-1 


3 


4 


5 


4 


1 


4 


18 


Morris 


25 


5-9 


1-3 


0-0 


2-5 


7 


4 





5 


4 





7 


Dixon 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Ekezie 


23 


4-6 


0-0 


4-6 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 


4 





1 


12 


Crawford 


51 


5-12 


4-7 


3-4 


2-1 


3 


1 


5 


4 








17 


Stokes 


28 


1-3 


: ■■: 


2-2 


1-6 


7 


2 


6 


2 








4 


Anderson 


51 


5-7 


0-1 


1-2 


5-2 


5 


4 


2 








1 


11 


Francis 


30 


6-15 


3-6 


3-4 


2-5 


7 


3 


4 


5 





5 


18 


Mathis 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 
0-0 
























Mardesich 


13 


0-6 


:-: 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


2 








1 


Team 














1 








Dixon 


15 


2-7 


0-4 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





1 








4 


Total 


200 50-65 


8-1919-23 15-10 


25 


22 20 


23 


3 


10 


87 


Miller 


12 


0-1 


0-1 


1-2 


0-0 





2 


2 








1 


1 




























Baxter 


19 


5-5 


0-0 


2-3 


5-2 


5 


2 


1 








1 


12 


Maryland 


Min 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Rec 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 












4-4 


8 














Profit 


24 


3-6 


3-4 


0-0 


1-5 


4 


5 





4 








9 


Totals 


200 28-68 


4-17 17-24 


15-28 


43 


25 


18 


19 


4 


6 


77 


Morris 


31 


6-7 


0-0 


4-4 


5-1 


6 


1 


4 


5 





2 


16 




























Ekezie 


23 


7-12 


0-0 


8-10 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


1 


4 


1 


22 


Duke 


Min 


FC 


5FG 


FT 


0-D 


Ret 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Stokes 


33 


1-2 


1-1 


2-2 


2-5 


5 


5 


9 


5 





1 


5 


Carrawell 


28 


5-10 


1-5 


5-4 


2-5 


7 


3 


3 


2 








14 


Francis 


33 


6-11 


0-2 


9-10 


2-5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


5 


21 


Battier 


51 


10-13 


4-4 


5-5 


4-5 


7 


5 


5 


2 


2 


3 


27 


Dixon 


13 


4-6 


0-3 


2-2 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


2 





2 


10 


Brand 


55 


5-11 


0-0 


4-8 


4-8 


12 


2 


1 


1 


3 


1 


14 


Miller 


16 


1-4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-5 


5 


1 


4 


1 





1 


5 


Avery 


57 


4-11 


2-4 


4-5 


1-4 


5 


1 


8 








2 


14 


Fields 


1 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















2 


Langdon 


26 


5-11 


2-8 


5-7 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 


1 








13 


Mardesich 


10 


5-6 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


2 





1 


1 


1 


10 


Burgess 


9 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


2 





2 


1 








Baxter 


15 


4-6 


1-1 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


5 





1 


1 





9 


Maggette 


12 


1-9 


0-4 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


3 


2 


5 





2 


2 


Watkins 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























James 


22 


5-11 


0-3 


1-2 


4-1 


5 


2 


2 


1 





1 


11 


Team 










1-0 


1 














Team 










1-0 


1 






1 









Total 



200 58-61 6-11 25-28 15-20 35 21 25 21 7 11 107 



Totals 



200 35-77 9-26 20-31 19-25 44 20 20 13 6 9 95 



FG* - Florida State. 476 Maryland. 623. 3FC% - Florida State. 421. Maryland 
545. FT% - Florida State, 826 Maryland, 893 Technical Fouls: None. 
Officials: Duke Edsall. Karl Hess, Andre Patillo Attendance 14.500. 
Florida State 111-8, 5-3 ACCI 40 47 - 87 
Maryland (19-2. 7-1 ACC) 50 57 - 107 

Came 22 -Wake Forest 85, Maryland 72 

WINSTON-SALEM. N.C. - Wake Forest snapped a five-game 
losing skid with an 85-72 victory over No. 4 Maryland at 
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum The Demon 
Deacons scored the first 10 points against Maryland, built their 
lead to 22 in the second half and ended the Terrapins' six- 
game winning streak, all in league play Sophomore guard 
Robert OKelley scored a career-high 32 points — one better 
than his previous best - to lead Wake Forest to its first victory 
in nearly a month Broderick Hicks added 10 points for the 
Demon Deacons. Freshman Juan Dixon had a career-high 18 
points for Maryland while sophomore Terence Morris and junior 
Steve Francis had 15 points apiece Senior Laron Profit had 12 
of his 14 in the second half. 

WAKE FOREST 85, NO. 4 MARYLAND 72 

Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum - Jan 31, 1999 



FG% - Maryland. 412 Duke, 429 3FGSS - Maryland. 255 Duke. 546. FT% - 
Maryland, 708. Duke, 645 Technical Fouls: Maryland, Francis, 2"°, 754 Officials: 
Tim Higgins. John Clougherty, Rick Hartzell Attendance: 9,314. 
Maryland 119-4. 7-3 ACC) 40 37 - 77 

Duke (22-1. 10-0 ACC) 50 45 - 95 

Came 24 — Maryland 88, Virginia 72 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — A surprise lineup change and sharp outside 
shooting enabled No 7 Maryland to defeat Virginia, 88-72 
Maryland made seven 3-pointers in taking a 44-32 halftime lead 
That opened up the inside for freshman Lonny Baxter, making 
his first college start Baxter scored nine points over the first 
five minutes of the second half to keep the Terrapins 
comfortably ahead He also provided Maryland with an emotional 
boost with his fervor under both baskets. Baxter, told of the 
switch shortly before the game, finished with 14 points He 
made six of 10 shots and had five rebounds and two steals in a 
career-high 26 minutes Chris Williams scored 24 points and 
Donald Hand had 16 for the Cavaliers, whose three-game winning 
streak ended. Virginia has lost six straight at Maryland and nine 
of 12 against the Terrapins overall, including a 71-66 decision 
last month Maryland's Terence Morris finished with 16 points 



Maryland 


Min 


FC 


5FC 


Ft 


O-D 


Rec 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


after scoring c 


nly f 


ve b 


efore 


half 


ime 


,S 


:evE 


Fr 


anc 


s h< 


d 1 


Profit 


25 


4-8 


2-3 


4-5 


2-2 


4 


5 


2 


1 





1 


14 


points and 13 assists and Juan Dixon scored 11 points, all in tl" 


Morns 
Ekezie 


33 
25 


6-16 

0-5 


3-7 

0-0 


0-0 
1-4 


4-7 
2-3 


11 

5 


4 
5 






5 
5 


2 

2 






15 
1 


first half on 3-for-5 shooting from beyond the 


arc 








Stokes 


26 


0-4 


0-4 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 


5 


4 





































Francis 


30 


4-15 


0-4 


7-7 


0-4 


4 


4 


5 


5 








15 


NO. 7 MARYLAND 88, VIRGINIA 72 


















Dixon 


21 


6-11 


4-7 


7-2 


2-3 


5 


5 


2 











18 


First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House - 


Feb 6. 1 




Mardesich 


9 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


2 





1 





1 


2 


Virginia 


Min 


FC 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Rec 


F 


A 


T 


3 


s 


Pts 


Miller 


18 


1-5 


1-3 


3-0 


0-0 





1 


1 











3 


Dersch 


55 


4-12 


5-7 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


4 


3 


4 








11 


Baxter 


13 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 








4 


Hall 


50 


2-5 


0-1 


5-9 


3-1 


4 


4 


2 


3 





1 


9 


Team 










2-0 












1 




Williams 


59 


9-15 


3-6 


3-5 


5-3 


8 


4 


1 


6 


2 


2 


24 


Totals 


200 24-67 10-2814-21 


15-24 


39 


26 15 


18 


4 


4 


72 


Watson 


57 


3-6 


1-2 


0-0 


2-5 


7 


3 


6 


5 





2 


7 




























Hand 


50 


5-8 


4-4 


2-3 


0-5 


5 


5 


7 


8 





3 


16 


Wake 


Min 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Lemcke 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Dawson 


24 


5-8 


0-3 


1-1 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


2 





1 


7 


Dowiing 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Songaila 


23 


2-4 


0-0 


3 


4 


3-6 


9 


4 


2 


3 


1 


2 


7 


Hunter 


21 


1-5 


0-0 


3-4 


1-4 


5 








1 


1 





5 


Vidaurreta 


29 


3-7 


0-0 


2 


2 


3-5 


8 


5 











3 


8 


Harbour 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 

















OKelley 


38 


8-21 


2-8 


14 


17 


1-2 


3 








3 








52 


Team 










2-2 


4 














Murray 


23 


3-4 


0-0 


3 


5 


2-3 


4 


5 


3 


3 





2 


9 


Totals 


200 24-51 


11-2013-21 


14-25 


57 


21 


19 


27 


3 


8 


72 


Shoemaker 


26 


2-3 


0-0 


1 


1 


0-5 


7 


4 


2 


2 





1 


5 





























Profit 


26 


5-10 


0-0 


3-4 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


2 





2 


13 


Morris 


29 


6-7 


1-1 


5-5 


5-5 


8 


2 


1 





3 


1 


16 


Baxter 


26 


6-10 


0-0 


'-5 


0-5 


5 


4 





2 


1 


2 


14 


Stokes 


27 


1-1 


1-1 


2-4 


1-5 


4 


2 


5 


4 


1 


1 


5 


Francis 


34 


5-7 


0-1 


4-4 


0-1 


1 


3 


13 


6 





4 


10 


Dixon 


18 


4-9 


5-6 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 








2 


11 


Miller 


19 


4-7 


5-4 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 








1 


11 


Mardesich 


4 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1-0 


1 




















Ekezie 


17 


5-7 


0-0 


2-5 


3-3 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


8 


Team 










1-0 


1 















Totals 



200 32-59 8-13 16-26 13-20 55 20 24 16 7 14 200 



FC% - Virginia. 471 Maryland. 542 5FG% - Virginia, 550 Maryland .615. FT%- 

Virginia, 619 Maryland, 615 Technical Fouls. None Officials: Larry Rose. Duke 

Edsall, Gerald Boudreaux Attendance: 14,500 

Virginia (15-11. 5-8 ACC) 52 40 - 72 

Maryland 120-4 8-5 AC) 44 44 - 88 

Came 25 -Maryland 63, NC state 50 

RALEIGH. N.C. - Sophomore forward Terence Morris scored 17 
points and grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds in a 63-50 
victory over North Carolina State. Morris also added four blocks 
and two steals as Maryland limited the Wolfpack to 25.5 
percent shooting - the worst in school history over a span of 
2,136 games Maryland had enough offense down the stretch 
when it counted to beat the Wolfpack for the 10th straight 
time in the regular season The Terrapins played without senior 
center Obinna Ekezie, who ruptured his right Achilles tendon 
in practice Tuesday night and is lost for the season. Shoddy 
ballhandling did the Wolfpack in again against the Terrapins. 
Two turnovers led to slam dunks by Laron Profit and Steve 
Francis as Maryland took a 43-35 lead with 7 1/2 minutes left 
NC State got no closer than seven points the rest of the way 
as Maryland hit six straight free throws over the final 116 

NO 7 MARYLAND 65. NC STATE 50 

Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh. N.C - Feb. 10, 1999 

Maryland Min FC 5FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Profit 


51 


4-11 


0-3 


2-2 


0-4 


4 


2 


3 


4 


1 


2 


10 


Stokes 


51 


4-6 


2-4 


4-4 


0-2 


2 


3 


5 


3 


2 





14 


Francis 


51 


2-7 


0-1 


0-1 


0-3 


3 


4 


4 


5 





5 


4 


Baxter 


21 


5-5 


0-0 


1-4 


1-5 


4 


4 











1 


7 


Morris 


56 


7-12 


0-2 


5-4 


4-12 


16 


1 





3 


4 


2 


17 


Dixon 


15 


0-4 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 





2 





Miller 


19 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


3 


3 











2 


Mardesich 


6 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2-5 


5 


4 





1 





1 


2 


Watkins 


10 


5-5 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


4 








1 





7 


Team 










2-0 


2 














Totals 


200 25-56 


3-1310-15 10-30 


40 


27 


15 


17 


8 


13 


63 


NC State 


Min 


FC 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Thornton 


• 50 


1-4 


0-0 


4-4 


5-9 


14 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


6 


Cainey 


55 


1-4 


0-2 


1-1 


0-1 


1 


4 


3 


3 








3 


Inge 


55 


4-13 


0-0 


6-10 


4-6 


10 


2 





3 


2 


3 


14 


Grundy 


27 


2-9 


0-3 


4-4 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


3 





3 


8 


Wells 


54 


3-7 


3-4 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


4 








10 


Anderson 


2 


0-0 


:-■; 


0-0 


0-1 


1 




















Harrington 


25 


1-8 


1-6 


5-6 


0-0 





5 





3 





3 


6 


Kelley 


14 


0-2 


:■: 


3-7 


1-0 


1 


1 





2 








5 


Team 










2-3 


5 















Totals 



200 12-47 4-15 22-34 13-24 37 17 6 19 4 10 50 



FG%- Maryland, 446. NC State, 255 5FC% - Maryland. 251 NC State, .267. FT* 

- Maryland. 667 NC State. 647 Technical Fouls. None Officials: Mike Wood, 

Karl Hess, Tom Loces Attendance: 12.400. 

Maryland (21-4. 9-4 ACC) 26 57 - 65 

NC State 115-9, 5-7 ACC) 20 30 - 50 

Came 26— Maryland 81, No. Carolina 64 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Steve Francis scored 22 points and No. 
7 Maryland completed a rare sweep of North Carolina by 
forcing 25 turnovers in an 81 -64 rout of the 10th-ranked Tar 
Heels Terence Morris had 14 points and nine rebounds and 
Laron Profit scored 15 for the Terrapins, who solidified their 
hold dn secdnd place in the ACC with their third straight win, 
the second since losing center Obinna Ekezie for the season 
with a ruptured Achilles tendon Maryland (22-4, 10-3) caused 
16 turnovers in the first half and never trailed dver the final 
24 minutes in recording their first regular-season sweep of 
North Carolina in nine years. It matched Maryland's most 
lopsided home win over the Tar Heels since a 17-point win in 
1962. Ademola Okulaja scored 15 and Brendan Haywdod 13 
for North Carolina (19-7. 9-5). The Tar Heels' 25 turnovers were 
a season-high The Terrapins, who beat UNC on the road last 
mdnth, became the first ACC team to defeat the Tar Heels 
twice in the regular seasdn since Georgia Tech in 1993-94, It's 
also the first time in school history that Maryland has swept 
both North Carolina and NC State in the same season. 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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19 9 8-99 



REVIEW 



NO 7 MARYLAND 81. NO 10 NORTH CAROLINA 74 

first National Bar* of Maryland Court at Cole Field House -Feb 1S. 1999 



N Carolina 

Okulaja 

Lang 

Haywood 

Cota 

Owens 

Evtimov 

Williams 

Newbv 

Currv 

Capel 

Frederick 

Bersticker 

Team 

Totals 



Min FC 3F0 FT 
36 3-10 2-6 7-11 



0-0 Reb F 

2-4 6 1 



3-6 0-0 2-3 

5-7 0-0 3-6 

2-5 1-1 0-0 

2-7 0-3 0-0 

4-7 0-0 0-0 

0-1 0-1 0-0 

0-1 0-0 0-0 

0-3 0-2 0-0 

1-3 1-3 6-7 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-2 0-0 0-0 



2-3 

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



5 Pts 

1 15 

1 8 

1 





2 





2 







200 21-52 4-16 18-27 14-22 36 15 14 25 



Maryland Mln FG 3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Profit 

Morris 

Baxter 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Team 

Totals 



31 6-13 2-5 1-3 

32 5-13 2-5 2-2 



26 
33 
33 

12 
11 
22 



4-6 0-0 2-2 

0-4 0-2 0-0 

3-12 4-6 2-2 

3-4 1-1 0-1 

2-3 0-1 0-0 

4-9 0-0 1-2 



0-4 

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



1 15 

1 14 

3 10 





200 32-64 9-20 8-12 12-22 34 18 23 18 14 10 81 



FC%- North Carolina. 404 Maryland. 500 5FGV North Carolina. 250 Maryland 

.450 FT% - North Carolina, 667 Maryland, 667 Technical Fouls Maryland, 

bench. 1"; North Carolina, 1". Bersticker Officials: Rick Hartzell, Michael Kitts, 

Andre Patillo Attendance: 14,500 

North Carolina 119-7 7-5 ACC) 32 32 - 64 

Maryland (22-4, 10-5 ACC) 37 44 - 81 

Came 27 — Maryland 91, Georgia Teen 60 

ATLANTA, Ca — Steve Francis scored 22 points and sparked 
the No 5 Terrapins on defense with five steals in a 91-60 
victory Maryland, which blew out the Yellow Jackets with a 
26-4 run to close the first half, clinched second place in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference with a week left in the regular 
season Laron Profit added 17 points for the Terrapins, who 
created numerous fast-break chances with a stifling defense 
that had 11 steals in the first half and 18 for the game The 
Terrapins (23-4. 11-3 ACC) eclipsed the school record for steals 
in a season with 342, breaking the mark of 329 set in 1995- 
96 Georgia Tech (14-13. 5-9], which lost for the sixth time in 
seven games, led 27-24 on Alvin Jones' hook shot with 5:21 
left in the first half. Maryland scored the next 11 points, 
beating Tech down the court for three straight easy baskets 
before Francis hit a 3-pointer 



NO. 5 MARYLAND 91 . GEORGIA TECH 60 

Alexander Memorial Coliseum at McDonalds Center - Feb 21. 1999 

Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B 

25 5-10 1-3 6-8 
29 6-12 1-3 0-0 
19 3-6 0-0 1-2 

26 1-4 0-1 0-0 
29 10-12 2-4 0-1 



Profit 

Morris 

Baxter 

Stokes 

Francis 

Mardesich 

Dixon 

Watkins 

Miller 

Cephas 

Fields 

Harm 

Team 

Totals 

Ga.Tech 

Babul 

Collier 

Jones 

Akms 

Floyd 

Vines 

LaBarne 

Kelly 

Perry 

Kincaid 

Team 

Totals 



3 1 
1 3 



1-4 

3-3 6 1 

1-5 6 3 

0-2 2 3 

1-4 5 2 

14 1-5 0-0 0-2 0-5 3 1 

17 4-8 1-1 5-5 1-4 5 

14 2-5 0-0 2-2 1-1 2 2 

15 2-2 0-0 0-2 1-2 3 1 
5 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 
4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 3 
3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-0 1 

200 37-67 5-12 12-20 10-29 39 19 23 16 



1 12 
6 

2 4 

4 
2 



Min 



FG 5FG FT O-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



25 1-7 0-0 2-2 
35 6-14 2-5 1-2 



3-5 
1-3 



1 





35 6-14 0-0 6-6 4-10 14 4 
1 4 
3 1 



38 2-12 1-9 0-0 



27 
27 
9 
2 
1 



2-6 1-4 0-0 

4-6 1-5 0-1 

0-3 0-2 2-4 

0-2 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-1 0-0 0-0 



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



2 4 

3 15 



200 22-65 5-23 11-15 15-23 38 16 13 24 5 10 60 



FG% - Maryland. 552 Georgia Tech. 558 5FG% - Maryland. 417 Georgia Tech. 

217 FT%- Maryland, 600 Georgia Tech. 755 Technical Fouls None Officials 

Jim Burr, John Clougherty, Duke Edsall 

Maryland (23-4. 11-5 ACC) 50 41 - 91 

Georgia Tech (14-13. 5-9 ACC) 31 29 - 60 



Came 28 — Maryland 77, Clemson 60 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Junior guard Steve Francis scored a career- 
high 32 points as No 5 Maryland set a school record for regular- 
season victories with a 77-60 win over Clemson Francis was 
11 -of-15 from the field and 6-of-6 from the free-throw line. He 
also had five dunks, eight rebounds and six steals for Maryland 
(24-4, 12-3 ACC). which also tied the school record for ACC 
victories in a season Francis, who has scored at least 20 points 
three straight games, topped his previous high of 25 against 
Kentucky It was the most points by a Terrapin since Keith Booth 
had 33 against Georgia Tech in 1996 Maryland's seniors have a 
four-year record of 83-39 and are heading toward their fourth 
NCAA tournament Laron Profit added 17 points for the 
Terrapins, who can set a school record for ACC victories with a 
win over Florida State on Saturday Tom Wideman scored 14 
points for Clemson. which has lost 12 of its last 16 games Harold 
Jamison had 11 points and 12 rebounds for the Tigers, who fell 
to 0-8 on the road in the ACC. Terrell Mclntyre. who came in 
averaging 18 5 points in eight career games against Maryland, 
was held to 11 points on 4-of-13 shooting 



Fla State Min FC 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



NO 5 MARYLAND 77, CLEMSON 60 

First National Bank of Maryland Court at Cole Field House -Feb 24. 1999 



Clemson 

Jurkunas 

Jamison 

Christie 

Wideman 

Mclntyre 

Solomon 

Douglas 

Braddick 

Gilmore 

Allenspach 

Team 

Total 



FG 3FG FT 
3-7 2-4 4-7 
3-6 0-0 0-10 5-17 12 3 1 



0-D Reb F A 
1-5 6 1 



25 1-5 1-4 5-0 

32 5-11 0-0 0-4 

39 4-13 2-5 4-4 

2-7 1-3 2-0 

0-1 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-3 0-0 1-3 



21 



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



5 Pts 

12 

11 

1 3 

14 
5 12 

1 5 



5 



200 19-55 6-16 16-28 11-28 39 15 60 21 5 5 60 



Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B 5 Pts 



Profit 

Morns 

Watkins 

Stokes 

Fields 

Dixon 

Miller 

Cephas 

Francis 

Mardesich 

Baxter 

Team 

Total 



30 6-15 0-2 5-8 
29 



3-9 2-5 4-6 

1-3 0-1 0-0 

2-5 1-2 0-0 

4 0-5 0-1 0-0 

11 0-4 0-2 0-0 

13 0-5 0-2 0-0 

1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

32 11-15 4-5 6-6 

18 1-4 0-0 0-0 

24 3-4 1-1 0-0 



50 



1-3 

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



2 2 
5 5 

9 




1 3 



4 1 



3 

1 


3 1 

1 1 



200 27-67 8-21 15-20 15-27 40 21 21 17 9 13 77 



FG% - Clemson, 558 Maryland, 405 3FG% - Clemson. 575 Maryland 581 

FT%- Clemson. 571 Maryland. 750 Technical Fouls Clemson. Mclntyre. 1". 

Clemson, Solomon, 1 5t , Clemson, Bench. V. Officials Frank Scagiiotta, Larry 

Rose. Karl Hess Attendance. 14.500 

Clemson 115-15, 4-11 ACC) 26 54 - 60 

Maryland (24-4, 12-5 ACQ 58 59 - 77 

Came 29 — Maryland 84, Florida St. 75 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla - Laron Profit scored a career-high 32 
points as fifth-ranked Maryland tuned up for the Atlantic Coast 
Conference tournament with an 84-75 victory at Florida State 
Profit hit 13 of 17 shots from the field Terence Morris added 
16 points and Steve Francis 15, including 12 in the second half 
for Maryland, which hit 56 percent of its field goal tries. Terrell 
Baker led Florida State with 22 points in his final game before 
Seminole fans Damous Anderson added 19 Despite 15 first- 
half turnovers. Maryland (25-4, 13-3 ACC) led the surprisingly 
sticky Semmoles 33-30 at halftime Florida State (12-16. 5-11) 
lost its last seven games and its last nine ACC games, the 
longest league losing steak in a dozen years 

NO. 5 MARYLAND 84. FLORIDA STATE 75 
Leon County Civic Center Tallabassee. Fla - 



Maryland 

Stokes 

Francis 

Baxter 

Profit 

Morris 

Dixon 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Watkins 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Team 

Totals 



Mir. 
35 

31 5-11 
26 2-5 

32 15-17 
54 5-9 



FG 3FG 
2-3 1-2 



FT 
1-2 
4-6 
2-6 
6-9 
9-12 
0-0 
1-2 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



0-D 
0-3 
1-2 
1-2 
2-5 
1-6 
0-0 
1-2 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
3-9 25-59 7-23 



Feb. 27. 1999 
Reb F A 

3 1 5 

3 J 2 ■ 



Arnngton 


26 


3-8 


0-1 


2-4 


0-2 


2 


3 


7 


7 





2 


8 


Baker 


28 


7-14 


2-6 


6-8 


2-1 


3 


4 


2 


3 





2 


22 


Pierre 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





1 











Anderson 


38 


8-18 


I 


3-6 


4-5 


9 


1 





2 





2 


19 


Hale 


27 


3-12 


0-2 


1-2 


5-3 


8 


5 





2 


1 


3 


7 


Dixon 


8 


1-1 


1-1 


0-1 


2-2 


4 


1 














5 


Crawford 


32 


2-10 


1-6 


3-5 


2-4 


6 


4 


3 


4 








8 


Chlebek 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








1 


2 











Mathis 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 

















Mott 


18 


0-1 


0-0 


2-2 


1-1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Simmons 


17 


2-3 


0-0 


2-2 


2-4 


6 


4 





1 








6 


Team 










4-2 


6 















Totals 



200 26-67 4-17 19-50 22-24 46 27 15 23 3 10 75 



FG% • Maryland, 560 Florida State, 588 5FG% • Maryland, 333 Florida State. 
235 FT% - Maryland. 641 Florida State. 635 Technical Fouls Maryland. Profit, 
2 na , Officials Andre Patillo, Steve Gordon, Zelton Steed Attendance 6,889 
Maryland (25-4. 15-5 ACC) 33 51 - 84 

Florida State (13-16. 5-11 ACC) 30 45 - 75 



1999 ACC Tournament 

Charlotte, MX. 
Charlotte Coliseum 



Came 30 — Maryland 93, Florida St. 69 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Laron Profit had 21 points, 10 rebounds 
and four steals and No. 5 Maryland overwhelmed Florida State 
for a 93-69 victory in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament 
quarterfinals Profit scored eight points in a 24-12 run that 
closed the first half and sent the Terps to their fifth consecutive 
berth in the conference semifinals The second-seeded Terrapins 
shot 56 percent and harassed eighth-seeded Florida State (13- 
17) into 23 turnovers, helping Maryland improve to 24-0 when 
leading at halftime Steve Francis added 13 of his 20 points in 
the second half for the Terrapins Maryland, winning its seventh 
game in a row, also got 18 from Lonny Baxter and 10 from 
Danny Miller Damous Anderson had 14 points and Delvon 
Arnngton 11 for the Semmoles Maryland scored the first seven 
points of the second half, and Florida State was unable to get 
closer than 17 the rest of the way 



NO 5 MARYLAND 93. FLORIDA STATE 69 
Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte, N.C - March 5. 1999 
Fla State Mm FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F 
58 6-10 0-1 2-2 



Anderson 

Hale 

Mott 

Arnngton 

Baker 

Simmons 

Crawford 

Dixon 

Mathis 

Pierre 

Chelbek 

Thompson 

Skwara 

Team 

Totals 



2 



29 2-6 2-6 3-5 

16 0-1 0-0 0-0 

29 4-11 0-3 3-4 

31 4-14 1-5 3-4 

15 2-2 0-0 0-0 

20 5-6 1-5 2-5 

8 0-2 0-2 0-0 

6 2-2 2-2 2-4 

4 0-0 0-0 0-0 

1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-1 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 



1-4 
2-2 

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



3 12 
4 



200 36-64 6-22 15-22 12-17 29 22 11 23 1 7 69 



Maryland Min FC 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 



Profit 

Morns 

Baxter 

Francis 

Stokes 

Dixon 

Mardesich 

Miller 

Watkins 

Fields 

Cephas 

Hahn 

Team 

Totals 



28 9-14 
26 2-10 



24 
21 
29 
11 
20 
20 



6-8 
3-11 2 

2-4 1 
5-6 1 
0-1 

4-7 
1-1 
1-1 

O-l 
0-0 



200 36-64 4 



3-5 4-6 10 2 2 4 4 21 



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



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



3 2 

4 2 



5 1 

7 1 

1 





3 



2 17-28 16-23 59 18 19 14 5 15 93 



FG% - Florida State, 436 Maryland. 563 3FG% - Florida State, 273 Maryland, 
333 FT% - Florida State, .682 Maryland. 607 Technical Fouls: None Officials: 
Larry Rose, Duke Edsall, Steve Gordon Attendance 23,895 
Florida State (13-17) 30 39 - 69 

Maryland (26-4) 42 51 - 93 



30 20 14 21 6 18 84 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



Of 



Came 31 —No. Carolina 86, Maryland 79 

CHARLOTTE. N C — Max Owens powered several kev runs and 
15th-ranked North Carolina earned a shot at a third straight 
ACC championship with an 86-79 victory over No 5 Maryland 
Third-seeded North Carolina I24-8) shot 53 percent, including 
a 9-0M6 performance from 3-pomt range, and held off a late 
rally by second-seeded Maryland The Terrapins (26-5) cut a 23- 
point deficit to four Maryland used an 18-6 run in the last 
eight minutes to help trim North Carolina's lead to 78-74 with 
47 seconds remaining But Owens helped the Tar Heels seal it 
by making all six of his free throws the rest of the way Owens. 
a sophomore guard, finished with a career-high 23 points 
Ademola Okulaja added 19, Jason Capel 13 and Brendan Haywood 
10. Steve Francis scored 31 to lead Maryland, The Terrapins 
also got 12 points apiece from Laron Profit and Terence Morris 
and 11 from Danny Miller 



NO 15NORTHCAROUNA86.NO 5 MARYLAND 79 
Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte. UC - March 6. 1999 
N Carolina Min FO 3FC FT 0-D Reb F 
38 5-9 0-3 4-4 2-4 6 
30 4-9 2-8 0-0 1-7 8 2 



Okulaja 

Lang 

Havwood 

Owens 

Cota 

Capel 

Evtimov 

Bersticker 

Curry 

Team 

Totals 



27 4-5 0-0 4-4 3-7 10 5 

25 5-9 4-7 7-11 1-3 4 3 

39 1-6 1-3 0-0 0-2 2 3 

15 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 

8 1-4 1-2 2-2 1-3 4 1 

13 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-2 2 2 

5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-1 1 1 

200 28-53 8-24 17-21 8-29 37 16 16 21 3 9 86 



T 


B 


S PtS 


2 


1 


3 19 








1 9 


6 


1 


1 10 


4 





23 


4 





3 3 




2 



1 13 

1 3 

6 





Maryland Min FC 3FC FT 0-D 



FA T B S PtS 



Profit 

Morris 

Baxter 

Francis 

Stokes 

Mardesich 

Miller 

Dixon 

Fields 

Team 

Totals 



34 4-10 0-3 4-4 0-6 6 3 1 6 



2 12 

1 12 



1 

2 6 
2 2 31 



31 5-13 2-8 0-0 2-6 8 2 2 

24 1-5 00 4-4 2-5 5 3 1 

35 10-22 4-7 7-11 4-0 4 5 4 

28 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 5 

16 1-5 0-0 0-0 4-2 6 10 

18 4-7 1-2 2-2 2-2 4 3 2 

13 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-1 3 1 

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

1-111 1 

200 27-70 8-24 17-21 17-20 57 22 16 15 2 14 79 



1 1 

1 

1 
1 




FG«- North Carolina, 528. Maryland, 386 5FC%- North Carolina, 563. Maryland, 
.333 FT% - North Carolina, ,724, Maryland. 810 Technical Fouls Maryland. Williams. 
1st Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Rick Hartzell. Mike Wood Attendance: 23.895 
North Carolina (24-81 40 46 - 86 

Maryland (26-5) 34 45 - 79 



1999 NCAA First Round 
Orlando, Fla. 

Orlando Arena 



came 32 — Maryland 82, Valparaiso 60 

ORLANDO. Fla. — Playing with the business-like attitude of a Final 
Four contender, Maryland wore down Valparaiso in the NCAA 
South Regional to advance with an 82-60 victory Laron Profit 
and Terence Morris each scored 18 points and Steve Francis 
had 15 points and seven assists for the second-seeded Terrapins 
(27-5). who looked like a team with everything it takes to win it 
all. Maryland, playing in a school-record sixth straight NCAA 
Tournament under coach Gary Williams, tied its mark for victones 
in a season set 27 years ago Valpo. the only team in the nation 
that's won both its conference regular-season and tournament 
titles each of the past five years, finished 23-9 Zoran Viskovic 
led the Mid-Continent Conference champions with 14 points 
and nine rebounds Greg Tonagel and Jason Jenkins scored 10 
apiece for the Crusaders, The victory was the eighth in nine 
games for Maryland (27-5). Morris scored 13 of his 18 points in 
the first half He also finished with 10 rebounds Francis made 
six of eight shots and dazzled fans with a number of slick passes, 
including an alley-oop that Profit snared for a one-handed dunk 
late in the first half. 



NO 5 MARYLAND 82. VALPARAISO 60 
Orlando Arena. Orlando. Fla - March 11. 1998 



Valpo 

Vujic 

Barton 

Viskovic 

Stovall 

Tonagel 

Sparks 

Pundo 

Graham 

Price 

Thomason 

Jenkins 

Sexson 

Perry 

Team 

Totals 

Maryland 

Profit 

Morns 

Baxter 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Fields 

Mardesich 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



1 
11 

1 
20 

4 

3 
21 



An FC 5FC FT 

22 3-5 0-0 2-3 

21 2-6 0-3 2-2 

32 6-12 0-0 2-3 

55 3-10 2-5 0-1 

3-9 2-7 2-2 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

1-4 1-1 0-0 

0-1 0-0 0-1 

0-4 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 1-2 

3-8 2-6 2-2 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 



O-D Reb F 
1-3 

5-€ 



5 3 
5 

4 2 

2 3 

1 3 









S PtS 

8 

1 6 
1 14 



200 21-59 7-24 11-16 15-21 36 2112 19 1 6 21 



Min 
27 
35 
15 
27 
34 
8 
2C 
2 
1 
2 
22 



FC 
8-10 
8-15 
1-3 
1-2 
6-8 
2-6 
3-6 
0-0 
0-2 
0-1 
2-7 
1-1 



3FG FT O-D Reb F A T B 5 PtS 



0-0 2-3 

0-1 2-4 

0-0 4-6 

1-1 0-2 

2-4 1-1 

1-2 1-2 

0-0 1-2 

0-0 0-0 

0-2 0-0 

0-1 0-0 

0-0 2-4 

0-0 1-2 



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



6 2 
10 2 



200 52-61 4-11 14-26 15-27 40 18 19 14 2 9 82 



FC% - Valparaiso. 356 Maryland. 525 3FC% - Valparaiso, 364 Maryland. 364 
FT% - Valparaiso. 688 Maryland. ,538 Technical Fouls: None Officials Ed 
Hightower. Frank Connolly. Michael Sala Attendance: 9.221 
Valparaiso (25-9) 36 24 - 60 

Maryland (27-51 46 36 - 82 



1999 NCAA Second Round 

Orlando, Fla. 

Orlando Arena 



Came 33 — Maryland 75, Creighton 63 

ORLANDO. Fla — Frenetic on offense, relentless on defense. 
Maryland reached the round of 16 for the fourth time in six 
years, beating Creighton 75-63 in the South Regional, With 
head coach Gary Williams shouting "Go! Co! Go!' at his players 
the whole game, they responded The second-seeded 
Terrapins built a big lead and were never threatened Francis, 
the high-flying guard, had 18 points and 13 rebounds while 
Morris scored 20 as the Terrapins set a school record for 
victories Maryland advanced on to play third-seeded St John's 
in the South semifinals, Rodney Buford had 13 points in 
becoming the leading scorer in Creighton history and Ben 
Walker had 15 The 10th-seeded Bluejays managed to cut a 
21-point deficit in the second half to 10 with five minutes 
left, but then missed three shots and never got closer Buford, 
hampered by foul trouble, hit a 3-pointer at the halftime 
buzzer The senior swingman finished his career with 2.116 
points for the most in school history. Lonny Baxter added 16 
points for Maryland while Donnie Johnson scored 13 for 
Creighton 



NO 5 MARYLAND 75. CREIGHTON 63 

Orlando Arena. Orlando. Fla - March 13. 1999 



Creighton 

Buford 

Johnson 

Swenson 

Walker 

Sears 

Brandon 

kolder 

Bates 

Klein 

Huss 

Jaynes 



Karlikanovas 25 
Team 



Min FG 3FG FT 

35 5-17 1-6 2-2 

19 4-6 0-0 5-10 

25 2-5 0-1 1-2 

6-7 5-4 0-0 

1-9 1-8 0-0 

1-8 1-6 6-6 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

2-9 1-7 0-0 



0-D Reb F 
2-4 6 4 



25 
37 
27 

1 
1 
1 
1 
6 



3-2 
2-3 

0-4 
1-1 
0-2 

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



REVIEW 

Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S PtS 



Profit 

Morns 

Baxter 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Team 

Totals 



32 1-11 0-2 4-4 

36 6-11 1-4 7-8 

14 6-9 0-0 4-7 

51 1-2 1-1 0-0 

36 5-10 1-2 7-9 

13 3-5 1-2 0-0 
24 1-6 0-2 2-2 

14 0-2 0-0 1-2 



1-11 12 
3-1 4 



1-4 
6-7 
1-0 
2-2 
1-2 
2-2 



5 2 

4 



200 23-56 4-13 25-32 17-31 48 21 13 25 5 12 75 



FG% -Creighton, 344 Maryland, 411 3FG% - Creighton. 219 Maryland. 508 
FT% - Creighton, 700 Maryland. 781 Technical Fouls: None Officials Bob 
Donato. Ed Hightower, Tom Eades Attendance: 14.959 
Creighton (22-91 32 32 - 63 

Maryland I28-5) 45 30 - 75 



1999 ncaa Reg. Semifinal 

Knox vi lie, Tenn. 
Thompson-Boling Arena 



Came 34 — St. John's 76, Maryland 62 

KNOXVILLE. Tenn - St John's scored 20 straight points over 
the final 711 of the first half and went on to beat Maryland 
76-62 to reach the final of the NCAA South Regional. St. John's 
(28-8) never trailed after going inside to Bootsy Thornton late 
in the first half The Red Storm had suffered through an early 
4-of-18 shooting slump before consecutive baskets by 
Thornton started what became the game-deciding run. 
Maryland (28-6) finally came alive midway through the second 
half, but it wasn't enough to avoid having its season end in 
the round of 16 for the fourth time in six years When the 
Terrapins finally got the deficit under 10 points twice in the 
second half. Erick Barkley - who led St. John's with 24 points - 
responded Maryland's 19-2 run ended on a driving layup by 
Steve Francis with 6 33 left that made it 58-49 Francis, with 
13 points, was the only player in double figures for Maryland, 
which shot only 35 percent from the field and finished well 
below its season scoring average of 85.2. 



NO 8 ST JOHN'S 76. NO 5 MARYLAND 62 
Thompson-Boling Arena. Knoxville. Tenn — March 18. 1999 



St. John's 

Artest 

Postell 

Grant 

Thornton 

Barklev 

Gray 

Charles 

Emanuel 

Jessie 

Team 

Totals 



Min 
39 



FC 3FG FT 
2-5 1-2 5-5 



0-D Reb F 
0-7 7 



36 2-11 0-2 4-5 

36 4-9 0-0 1-4 
34 7-13 0-3 3-4 

37 5-11 3-5 11-14 1-2 



2-4 
4-1 
4-2 



0-0 0-0 2-2 

0-0 0-0 2-2 

1-1 0-0 0-0 

1-3 0-0 2-2 



0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

2-5 



S PtS 
5 8 



200 22-53 4-12 28-38 11-27 38 16 16 15 8 10 76 



Maryland Mm FC 3FC FT 0-D Reb F A T B 5 PtS 



Profit 

Moms 

Baxter 

Stokes 

Francis 

Dixon 

Miller 

Cephas 

fields 

Mardesich 

Watkins 

Team 

Totals 



28 2-7 0-1 5-6 0-8 8 5 1 5 



37 3-10 1-3 2-2 



13 

50 



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



33 5-13 1-5 2-2 



2-7 1-5 0-0 

2-3 1-1 1-1 

0-1 0-0 00 

0-1 0-1 0-0 

1-3 0-0 0-0 

3-5 0-0 0-0 



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



5 3 

3 



200 21-60 5-20 15-17 12-26 38 27 14 21 4 8 62 



FG% -St John's, 415 Maryland. 350 3FC% - St John's. 333 Maryland. 250 

FT% -St. Johns. 757 Maryland. 882 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Curtis 

Shaw, Dauid Hall, Kerry Sitton Attendance: 23.989. 

St John's (28-8) 38 38 - 76 

Maryland (28-6) 19 43 - 62 



200 21-61 7-32 14-20 11-21 32 23 15 19 5 14 63 



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Team W 


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Duke 16 





1.000 




27 




2 


.949 




Maryland 13 


3 


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28 




6 


.824 




North Carolina 10 


6 


.625 




24 




10 


.706 




Wake Forest 7 


9 


.438 




17 




14 


.548 




NC State 6 


10 


375 




19 




14 


575 




Georgia Tech 6 


10 


.375 




15 




16 


484 




Clemson 5 


11 


313 




20 




15 


.571 




Florida State 5 


11 


.313 




13 




17 


.433 




Virginia 4 


12 


.250 




14 




16 


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SCORING 


Rank Player, School 


G 


FG 


3P 




FTM 




PTS 


AVG. 


1. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


29 


255 


99 




130 




627 


17.9 


2. Elton Brand, Duke 


39 


255 







181 




691 


17.7 


3. Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest 


31 


172 


85 




115 




544 


17.5 


4. Trajan Langdon, Duke 


36 


191 


112 




128 




622 


17.3 


5. Jason Collier, Georgia Tech 


25 


153 


32 




92 




430 


17.2 


6. Donald Hand, Virginia 


30 


151 


50 




162 




514 


17.1 


7. Steve Francis, Maryland 


34 


205 


45 




124 




579 


17.0 


8- Chris Williams, Virginia 


30 


188 


36 




93 




505 


168 


9. Ron Hale, Florida State 


30 


167 


39 




108 




481 


16.0 


10. Terence Morris, Maryland 


34 


196 


27 




104 




523 


15.4 


11. William Avery, Duke 


39 


201 


76 




102 




580 


14.9 


T12. Laron Profit, Maryland 


34 


185 


24 




100 




494 


14.5 


Terrell Baker, Florida State 


30 


151 


43 




90 




435 


14.5 


14. Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina 


34 


155 


59 




105 




474 


13.9 


15. Jason Floyd, Georgia Tech 


31 




150 


69 




48 




417 


13.5 



1999 ACC Honors 



GREENSBORO, NC. - Maryland and Duke each 
placed two players on the 1999 AII-ACC first team, 
as voted by 101 members of the Atlantic Coast 
Sports Writers Association. The Blue Devils, who 
became the first team in ACC history to finish the 
regular season 16-0, were represented by sopho- 
more center Elton Brand and senior guard Trajan 
Langdon, who were the top two vote-getters 
overall. 

The Terps, who won a school-record 13 ACC 
games this season, were represented by guard 
Steve Francis and forward Terence Morris. North 
Carolina forward Ademola Okulaja rounds out the 
first team. (Note: first-team votes in parenthe- 
ses) 

FIRST TEAM 

Player, team 1st team Points 

Elton Brand, Duke (101) 303 

Trajan Langdon, Duke (96) 297 

Steve Francis, Maryland (64) 264 

Terence Morris, Maryland (62) 240 

Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina (51) 226 



SECOND 

Player, team 

William Avery, Duke 
Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 
Ed Cota, North Carolina 
Jason Collier, GeorgiaTech 
Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest 

THIRD 

Player, team 

Shane Battier, Duke 
Chris Carrawell, Duke 
Ron Hale, Florida State 
Laron Profit, Maryland 
Chris Williams, Virginia 



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TEAM 

1st team Points 



(47) 
(23) 
(12) 
(13) 
(8) 



221 
194 
171 
152 
139 



TEAM 

1st team Points 
(3) 122 



(8) 
(7) 
(3) 

(3) 



122 

104 

97 



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ONORABLE MENTIO 

(Players with 15 points or more) 
Donald Hand, Virginia (85); Alvin Jones, Georgia 
Tech (78); Terrell Stokes, Maryland (26); Harold 
Jamison, Clemson (22); Brendan Haywood, North 
Carolina (20); Justin Cainey, NC. State (15). 



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FIELD COAL PERCENTAGE 



Player, School C 

1 Elton Brand, Duke 39 

2. Damous Anderson, Florida St 23 

3. Terence Morris, Maryland 34 

4. Steve Francis, Maryland 
5 Chris Williams, Virginia 

6. Laron Profit, Maryland 

7. William Avery, Duke 

8. Ron Hale, Florida State 

9. Trajan Langdon, Duke 



10. Jason Collier, Georgia Tech 



FC ATT. PCT 

255 411 .620 

115 190 .605 

196 354 .554 

205 392 .523 

188 367 .512 

185 368 .503 

201 416 .483 

167 351 .476 

191 413 .462 

153 347 .441 



IIJJUHI 

Player, School 

1. Elton Brand, Duke 

2. Harold Jamison, Clemson 

3. Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 

4. Chris Williams, Virginia 

5. Jon Babul, Georgia Tech 

6. Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina 

7. Terence Morris, Maryland 

8. Brendan Haywood, North Carolina 



REBOUNDS 



MINUTES 



P L A Y E 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 



Player, School G 

1 Donald Hand, Virginia 30 

2. Jason Capel, Duke 26 

3. Trajan Langdon, Duke 36 

4. Terence Morris, Maryland 34 

5. William Avery, Duke 39 

6. Darius Songaila, Wake Forest 31 

7. Ron Hale, Florida State 30 

8. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 35 

9. Steve Francis, Maryland 34 

10. Ademola Okulaja, No. Carolina 34 



FT ATT. PCT 



88 .862 

89 .854 
128 152 .842 

104 126 .825 
102 126 .810 

123 153 .804 
108 135 .800 
130 164 .793 

124 157 .790 

105 141 .745 



162 

76 



3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE 



Player, School G 

1. Trajan Langdon, Duke 36 

2. Ademola Okulaja, No. Carolina 34 
3 William Avery, Duke 39 

4. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 35 

5. Adrian Crawford, Florida St. 30 

6. Craig Dawson, Wake Forest 31 

7. Robert 0'Kelley, Wake Forest 31 

8. Adam Harrington, NC State 32 

9. Jason Floyd, Georgia Tech 31 



10. Donald Hand, Virginia 



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3FG ATT. PCT 

112 254 441 

59 137 .431 

76 185 .411 

99 246 .402 

64 161 .398 

51 132 .386 

85 226 .376 

71 198 .359 

69 211 .327 

50 159 .314 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS PER GAME 



Player, School C 3GM 3GA PG 

1. Trajan Langdon, Virginia 30 112 254 31 

2. Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 35 99 246 2.8 

3. Robert O'Kelley, Wake Forest 31 85 226 2.7 
T4.Jason Floyd, Georgia Tech 31 69 211 2.2 

Adam Harrington, NC State 32 71 198 2.2 

6. Adrian Crawford, Florida St. 30 64 161 2.1 

7. William Avery, Duke 39 76 185 1.9 

8. Tony Akins, Georgia Tech 31 57 198 1.8 
T9. Ademola Okulaja, No. Carolina 34 59 137 1.7 

Donald Hand, Virginia 30 50 159 1.7 



Player, School G REB. AVG. 

1 Harold Jamison, Clemson 35 346 9.9 

2. Elton Brand, Duke 39 382 9.8 

3. Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 31 302 9.7 
T4. Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina 34 284 8.4 

Chris Williams, Virginia 34 284 8.4 

T6.Jason Collier, Georgia Tech 25 182 7,3 

Rafael Vidaurreta, Wake Forest 31 225 7.3 

T8. Terence Morris, Maryland 34 242 7.1 

Tom Wideman, Clemson 35 249 7.1 



REB. AVG. 
133 3.60 
166 3.52 
88 2.84 
85 2.83 
75 2.78 
90 2.65 
88 2.59 
85 2.50 



Player, School 
Ed Cota, North Carolina 
Terrell Stokes, Maryland 
Delvon Arrington, Florida State 
Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 
William Avery, Duke 
Tony Akins, Georgia Tech 
Steve Francis, Maryland 
Donald Hand, Virginia 
Justin Gainey, NC State 



10. Chris Carrawell, Duke 



C AST. AVG. 

32 238 7.4 

34 212 

30 181 

35 188 
39 196 

31 148 
34 152 4.5 
30 123 4.1 

33 126 
39 130 



6.2 

6.0 
5.4 
5.0 
4.8 



3.8 
3.3 



ASSIST/ TURNOVE R RATIO 



Player, School 
Terrell Stokes, Maryland 
Ed Cota, North Carolina 
William Avery, Duke 
Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 
Chris Carrawell, Duke 
Justin Gainey, NC State 
Steve Francis, Maryland 
Delvon Arrington, Florida State 



AST. 
212 
238 

191 
177 
127 
126 
151 
181 



TO Ratio 
76 2.79 



118 
97 

106 
77 
83 



2.02 

1.97 
1.67 
1.65 
1.52 



BLOCK 



Player, School G 

1. Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 31 

2. Kris Hunter, Virginia 29 

3. Terence Morris, Maryland 34 

4. Elton Brand, Duke 39 

5. Brendan Haywood, North Carolina 34 

6. Chris Williams, Virginia 30 

7. Jason Collier, Georgia Tech 25 

8. Shane Battier, Duke 37 

9. Damon Thornton, NC State 32 

10. Ron Hale, Florida State 30 



102 1.49 
129 1.40 



BLK. AVG. 



107 
88 
77 

86 
60 
41 
34 
43 
35 
27 



3.5 
3.0 
2.3 

2.2 
1.8 
1.4 
1.4 
1.2 
1.1 
0.9 



Player, School 

1. Steve Francis, Maryland 

2. Terrell Baker, Florida State 

3. Delvon Arrington, Florida State 

4. Laron Profit, Mar/land 

5. Terrell Stokes, Maryland 

6. Donald Hand, Virginia 
7 Shane Battier, Duke 
TS.Adam Hall, Virginia 

Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 
Terence Morris, Maryland 



G STL. AVG. 

34 95 2.8 

30 80 2.7 

30 64 2.1 

34 67 2.0 

34 65 1.9 
30 57 1.9 
37 65 1.8 
30 49 1.6 

35 57 1.6 
34 55 1.6 





Player, School 


G MIN. PG 


1. 


Ed Cota, North Carolina 


32 1,163 36.3 


2. 


Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina 


34 1,209 35.6 


TI 


.Tony Akins, Georgia Tech 


31 1,100 35.5 




Terrell Mclntyre, Clemson 


33 1.170 35.5 


5. 


Jason Floyd, Georgia Tech 


31 1,097 35.4 


6. 


Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 


31 1,085 35.0 


7. 


Robert O'Kelley. Georgia Tech 


31 1,086 35.0 


8. 


Donald Hand, Virginia 


30 1,048 34.9 


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IOUBLE/DO 


U B L E S 




Player, School 


G ACC Total 


1. 


Elton Brand, Duke 


39 12 17 


2. 


Harold Jamison, Clemson 


35 7 13 


3. 


Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech 


31 6 11 


4. 


Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina 


34 7 10 


5. 


Brendan Haywood, North Carolina 34 5 9 


6 


Terence Morris, Maryland 


34 3 6 


7. 


Jason Collier, Georgia Tech 


25 5 6 


8. 


Chris Williams, Virginia 


30 2 6 


9. 


Kenny Inge, NC State 


33 2 5 


10. Rafael Vidaurreta, Wake Forest 


31 3 4 



Terps In ACC Final Stats 


Steals 


V 


12.7 


Turnover Margin 


r- 


+5.0 


Field Goal Percentage Defense 


1 st 


.388 


Scoring 


2«i 


84.5 ppg 


Scoring Margin 


one) 


+18.1 ppg 


Field Goal Percentage 


oncJ 


.495 


Blocked Shots 


ond 


5.9 


3-Point Field Goal Percentage 


4"i 


.365 


Rebound Margin 


5* 


+3.9 


Free Throw Percentage 


5 ffi 


.701 


Scoring Defense 


5 tn 


66.4 ppg 


3-Point Field Goals Per Game 


8 th 


5.4 




Terrell Stokes led the ACC in assist/turnover ratio. 



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• Maryland plays in the 
Preseason Mir for the 
first time in its history, 
it is only the second 
time In Gary Williams' 
tenure that the rerps 
open the season play- 
ing in a tournament. 

• Maryland plays host 
to Kentucky on Dee. it 
In Cole Field House, it is 
the first time the Wild- 
eats will play In Cole 
since the 1966 NCAA 
Championship game. 

• Maryland plays lowa 
in the Baltimore Arena 
as part of the ace/Big 
Ten Challenge on Now. 
JO. it is the eighth 
consecutive season 
that Maryland will play 
in the largest city In the 
state. 



inside... 



Preseason NIT Bracket 


....86 


Preseason NIT Opponents 


....86 


Clemson/Coastal Carolina 


....89 


Duke/Fairleigh Dickinson 


....90 


Florida State/Fordham 


....91 
...92 


George Mason/C. Washington 


Georgia Tech/Illinois 


...93 


Iowa/Kentucky 


....94 


UMBC/North Carolina 


....95 
....96 
....97 
....98 


NC State/San Francisco 


Seton Hall/Temple 


Tulane/Virginia 


Wake Forest/Winthrop 


...99 


2000 NCAA Tournament 


.100 


2000 ACC Tournament 


100 




1999 Preseason NIT 



Hofstra 



Nov. 16 
New Mexico State 



Kansas State 



Nov. 19 (ESPN2) 



Nov 16 (ESPN2) 



Arizona 



Notre Dame 



Nov. 16 (ESPN2) 

Ohio State 



Davidson 



Nov W 



Nov 16 



Siena 



Semifinals 
Nov 24 (ESPN) 

at Madison 
Square Garden 



Arkansas State 



CHAMPIONSHIP 

Nov. 26 (ESPN) 

at Madison 
Square Garden 



Nov 17 



Utah 



Pennsylvania 



Nov 19 (ESPN) 



Nov 17 (ESPN) 



Kentucky 




San Francisco 



MARYLAND 



Nov. 17 



Fordham 



Nov 19 



Tulane 



Nov. 17 



Semifinals 
Nov. 24 (ESPN) 

at Madison 
Square Garden 



Arizona 



GENERAL INF 

Location: Tucson, Ariz 
Enrollment: 35.306 
Colors: Cardinal and Navy 
Conference: Pac-10 
Nickname: Wildcats 
Founded: 1885 
Home Arena: McKale Center 



1998-99 Overall Record: 22 
1998-99 Final Rankings: No 
1998-99 Postseason: NCAA 



ORMATION COACHINC STAFF 

Head Coach : Lute Olson (Augsburg, 1956) 
Overall Record (Years): 587-211 (26 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 395-119 (16 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 520.621,4813 
Assistant Coaches: Jim Rosborough (Associate Head 
(14,489) Coach) (Iowa, 1966), Rodney Tention (San 

Francisco, 1988). Jay John (Arizona, 1981 ) 
LAST YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/2nd 
10 Associated Press. No. 16 ESPN/USA Today 
Tournament, No 4 Seed, Midwest Region, Oklahoma def. Arizona, 61-60 





MEDIA 


S 


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VICES 


Basketball SID: Brett Hansen 








Office Phone: 520 621 4163 




SERIES 

Last Meeting: March 19. 1998, 

land 79 (at Anaheim, 

Series Record: Arizona leads, 2 


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N17-26 


Preseason NIT 




J20 


at UCLA* 




Kansas State at Arizona 




J22 


at U5C 


D1 


Brigham Young 




J26 


at Arizona State* 


D4 


at Texas 




J29 


at Louisiana State* 


D7 


vs Connecticut (at Great 8, Chicago, III ) 


F3 


Oregon* 


D11 


Michigan State 




F5 


Oregon State 


D13 


Indiana Univ -Purdue Univ. 




F10 


at Washington* 


D18 


vs Nebraska (at Las Vegas Shootout) 


F12 


at Washington State* 


D21 


New Mexico 




F17 


use* 


028-30 


Bank One Fiesta Bowl Classic 




F19 


UCLA* 


D28 


UNC Wilmington vs, Arizona 




F26 


Arizona State* 


D30 


Consolation/Championship 




M2 


at Oregon State* 


J6 


at California* 




M4 


at Oregon* 


J8 


at Stanford* 




M9 


Stanford* 


J13 


Washington State* 




M11 


California" 


J15 


Washington* 




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Arkansas State 

GENERAL INFORMATION COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Dickey Nutt (Oklahoma State, 1982) 
Overall Record (Years): 62-51 (5 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 62-51 (5 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Early Weekday Afternoons 
Office Phone: 870 972 2077 
Assistant Coaches: Dennis Nutt (Texas Christian, 
1986). Charlie Fenske (Wisconsin-Stout, 
1974), Tony Madlock (Memphis, 1992) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 9-5/2nd 



Location: State University. Ar 

Enrollment: 10.453 

Colors: Scarlet and Black 

Conference: Sun Belt 

Nickname: Indians 

Founded: 1909 

Home Arena: Convocation Center (10,563) 

LAS 

1998-99 Overall Record: 18-12 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
1998-S9 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 



15 Seed. Midwest Region, Utah def Arkansas State, 80-58 



M E 

Basketball SID: Bill Bowen 
Office Phone: 870 972 2541 
Home Phone: 870 932.1269 
Office Fax: 870.972.3367 
Press Row: 870 972 3367 



D I A 



SERVICES 

SERIES 

Last Meeting: first Meeting 
Series Record; First Meeting 



INFO 





1999-2000 


S 


C H E D U L E 


N17-26 


Preseason NIT 


J13 


Florida International' 


N17 


Arkansas State at Utah 


J15 


Western Kentucky* 


N22 


Austin Peay State 


J17 


at Denver* 


N29 


Jackson State 


J20 


at Southwest Louisiana State" 


D4 


Texas Christian 


J22 


at Louisiana Tech* 


D6 


at Jackson State 


J27 


New Orleans' 


D16 


Memphis 


J29 


South Alabama* 


D18 


at Southeast Missouri State 


F5 


at Arkansas Little-Rock* 


D23 


at Eastern Illinois 


F7 


Denver* 


D29-30 


at All College Tournament (at Oklahoma 


F10 


Louisiana Tech* 




City, Ok.) 


F12 


Southwestern Louisiana* 


D29 


Arkansas State vs Valparaiso 


F19 


at Arkansas-Little Rock* 


D30 


Consolation/Championship 


F24 


at Western Kentucky* 


J2 


at Iowa State 


F26 


at Florida International* 


J6 


at New Orleans* 


M4-7 


at Sun Belt Conference Tournament 


J8 


at South Alabama* 


* denotes Sun Belt Conference game 



Davidson 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Davidson, N.C. 

Enrollment: 1,600 

Colors: Red and Black 

Conference: Southern 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Founded: 1837 

Home Arena: John M Belk Arena (5,700) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 16-11 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bob McKillop (Hofstra, 1972) 
Overall Record (Years): 154-131 (10 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 154-131 (10 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 704.892.2369 
Assistant Coaches: Matt Matheny (Davidson, 1993). 
Jason Zimmerman (Davidson, 1994). Mike 
Kelly (St Joseph's (Maine), 1993) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 11-5/2nd 





M E D I 


Basketball SID: Rick Bender 


Office Phone: 704.892.2931 


Home Phone: 704 660 3550 


Bender' 


; E-mail: ribender@davidson.edu 


Office Fax: 704,892.2636 


Press Row: 704 892.3324 




1 9 9 9 - 2 ( 


N16-26 


Preseason NIT 




Davidson vs. Siena 


N20 


Guilford 


N22 


Haverford 


D1 


at UNC-Charlotte 


D8 


at Eton 


D10 


at Furman 


D18 


Washington & Jefferson 


D21 


at Duke 


D29-30 


at Stanford Tournament 


D29 


vs Columbia 


D30 


Consolation/Championship 


J2 


at California 


J8 


at UNC-Greensboro' 


J10 


at Furman* 


J15 


at College of Charleston* 



SERVICES 








S 


C H E D U L E 


J18 


Western Carolina* 


J20 


Wofford* 


J22 


Virginia Military* 


J25 


at East Tennessee State* 


J29 


UNC-Greensboro* 


J31 


Appalachian State" 


F2 


Wake Forest 


F5 


at The Citadel' 


F8 


East Tennessee State" 


F12 


at Western Carolina* 


F14 


UT Chattanooga* 


F19 


at Appalachian State* 


F21 


at Virginia Military* 


F26 


Georgia Southern* 


M2-5 


at Southern Conf Tourn. (Greenville, SO 



• denotes Southern Conference game 



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Hofstra 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Hempstead, N Y 

Enrollment 12,800 

Colors: Cold, White and Blue 

Conference: America East 

Nickname: Flying Dutchmen 

Founded: 1955 

Home Arena: Physical Fitness Center (2.500) 



LAST 

1998-99 Overall Record 22-10 

1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1998-99 Postseason: NIT, First Round, Rutgers def Hofstra, 58-45 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach : Jay Wright (Bucknell, 19831 
Overall Record (Years): 72-75 (5 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 72-75 (5 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 516 465 5800 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Pecora (Associate Head 
Coach) (Adelphi, 1983), (Brett Cunning 
(UNLV. 1994), Eugene Burroughs (Rich- 
mond, 1994) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/5rd 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Jim Sheehan 
Office Phone: 516 463 6764 
Home Phone: 718 821 7112 
Sheehan's E-mail: hprjbs@hofstra.edu 
Office Fax: 516.465 5055 
Press Row: 516.463 5049 

1999-2000 
N16-26 Preseason NIT 

Hofstra at New Mexico State 
N27 Stony Brook 
N29 atCal 
D4 at Belmont 

D7 at Vanderbilt 

D18 lona 
D22 at St John's 

D27-28 at ECAC Holiday Festival (New York, N.Y.) 
D27 Hofstra vs Rutgers 
D27 Fordham vs. Siena 
D28 Consolation/Championship 
J2 Boston University* 

J4 Northeastern* 

J9 at Delaware* 

J11 at Towson* 



SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Nov 20, 1998 Maryland 89-Hofstra 

59 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-0 

SCHEDULE 

J14 Vermont' 

J16 Hartford* 

J21 at Maine* 

J23 at New Hampshire* 

J28 at Northeastern* 

J50 at Boston University* 

F4 Towson* 

F6 Delaware* 

F10 at Hartford* 

F12 at Vermont* 

F15 Drexel* 

F18 New Hampshire* 

F20 Maine* 

F26 at Drexel* 

M3-12 at America East Tourn. (at Delaware) 

'denotes America East Conference game 



Kansas State 

GENERAL INFORMATION COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tom Asbury (Wyoming, 1968) 
Overall Record (Years): 201-128 (11 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 76-69 (5 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Weekday Mornings 
Office Phone: 785 532.6531 
Assistant Coaches: Mark Fox (Eastern New Mexico, 

1991 ), Ernie Ziegler (Cleary College, 1994). 

Butch Hawking (Air Force. 1992), 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/t7th 



Location: Manhattan. Kan 

Enrollment: 20,325 

Colors: Purple and White 

Conference: Big 12 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Founded: 1863 

Home Arena: Bramlage Coliseum (13,500) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 20-15 

1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1998-99 Postseason: NIT, Texas Christian def Kansas State, 72-71 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Craig Pinkerton 
Office Phone: 785 532 6735 
Home Phone: 785 537.0299 
Pinkerton's E-mail: cpmk@ksu edu 
Office Fax: 785 532 6093 
Press Row: 785 539 6093 

19 9 9-200 
N16-26 at Preseason NIT 
N16 Kansas State at Arizona 
N21 Northwestern State 
N29 Texas-San Antonio 
D1 Saint Louis 

D4 New Orleans 
D8 Memphis 

D11 at Illinois 
D19 at Loyola-Chicago 
D22 Old Dominion 
D29 at Georgia State 
J4 Long Beach State 

J8 Nebraska* 

J12 at Kansas* 
J15 at Missouri* 



SERVICES 

SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec. 11. 1965, Maryland 63-Kansas 

State 57 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 

L E 



s 


C H E D U 


J19 


Iowa State* 


J22 


at Colorado* 


J26 


Oklahoma State" 


J29 


at Nebraska* 


F2 


at Iowa State* 


F5 


Colorado* 


F8 


at Oklahoma" 


F12 


Kansas* 


F19 


Missouri* 


F23 


Texas A&M* 


F26 


at Texas Tech* 


M1 


at Baylor* 


M4 


Texas* 


M9-12 


at Big 12 Tournament 


" denotes Big 12 game 



New Mexico State 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Las Cruces, N.M. 

Enrollment 15.449 

Colors: Crimson and White 

Conference: Big West (Eastern Division) 

Nickname: Aggies 

Founded: 1888 

Home Arena: Pan American Center (13.071) 



LAST 

1998-99 Overall Record 23-10 

1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1 998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 14 Seed, Midwest Region, Kentucky def New Mexico State, 82-60 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Lou Henson (New Mexico State, 1955) 
Overall Record (Years): 704-353 (36 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 214-93 (11 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 505 646.1447 
Assistant Coaches: Rus Bradburd (Associate Head 
Coach) (North Park, 1980), Thomas Trotter 
(Wisconsin-Parkside. 1984), Greg Berry (Bra- 
dley, 1968). Butch Hawking (Air Force. 1992) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conf Record/Finish: 12-4/T1st (East) 





MEDIA S 


E R 


VICES 


Basketb 


all SID: Heath Nielsen 
hone: 505 646.3929 






Office P 


S 


E R 1 E S 1 


Home Phone: 505.373.9780 


Last Meeting: First Meeting 


Nielsen's E-mail: hnielsen@nmsu.edu 


Series Record: First Meeting 


Office Fax: 505 646 2425 
Press Row: 505 646 3400 












1999-2000 


S 


C H E D U I 


N16-26 


Preseason NIT 


J26 


at North Texas* 




Hofstra at New Mexico State 


J29 


UC Irvine" 


N30 


San Diego State 


F3 


at Nevada* 


D4 


Texas-El Paso 


F5 


at Utah State' 


D8 


New Mexico 


F10 


Idaho* 


D11 


Western New Mexico 


F13 


Boise State* 


D17 


Texas Tech 


F17 


at Idaho' 


D21 


at Colorado 


F19 


at Boise State* 


D23 


at New Mexico 


F24 


Utah State 


D29 


Washington 


F26 


Nevada" 


J2 


at Southern Methodist 


M1 


North Texas' 


J6 


at Texas-El Paso 


M4 


at Cal State Fullerton' 


J13 


Cal Poly* 


M9-11 


at Big West Tournament 


J15 


UC Santa Barbara* 


" denotes Big West Game 


J20 


at Long Beach State" 







N F 



L E 



J22 at Pacific' 



Notre Dame 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Notre Dame, Ind. 

Enrollment: 10,311 

Colors: Gold and Blue 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Fighting Irish 

Founded: 1852 

Home Arena: Joyce Center (11,418) 

LAST 

1998-99 Overall Record: 14-16 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
1998-99 Postseason: None 

MEDIA 
Basketball SID: Mike Enright 
Office Phone: 219.631 7516 
Home Phone: 219 2878624 
Enright's E-Mail: enright 1@nd edu 
Office Fax: 219.631.7941 
Press Row: 219.631 5309 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Matt Doherty (North Carolina, 1984) 

Overall Record (Years): First Year 

Record at Present School (Years): First Year 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 219.631.6225 

Assistant Coaches: Doug Wojcik (Navy. 1987), Fred 

Ouartlebaum, (Fordham, 1989), Bob 

MacKinnon (King's. 1982) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/10th 



SERVICES 



S E R 1 E 


S INF 





Last Meeting: Feb. 2 


1988; Maryland 78-Notre 


Dame 75 






Series Record: Notre Dame leads, 8-7 







19 9 9- 


2 


00 SCHEDU 


N16-26 


Preseason NIT 




J18 at Rutgers" 




Notre Dame vs. Ohio State 


J22 Pittsburgh* 


N21 


St Francis (Pa.) 




J25 Miami (Fla.)* 


N30 


at Indiana 




J29 St. John's* 


D4 


Vanderbilt 




F2 West Virginia* 


D8 


Valparaiso 




F6 at Pittsburgh* 


D11 


at Miami (Ohio) 




F8 at villanova* 


D18 


Virginia Military 




F12 Connecticut* 


D22 


Rider 




F19 at Seton Hall* 


D28 


Eton 




F23 Providence* 


D31 


St. Peter's 




F26 at Miami" 


J2 


Loyola Marymount 




M1 Syracuse " 


J5 


at Connecticut" 




M4 at Georgetown* 


J12 


Boston College" 




M8-11 at Big East Tournament 


J16 


at Syracuse* 




* denotes Big East game 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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Ohio State 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Columbus. Ohio 

Enrollment: 48.300 

Colors: Scarlet and Cray 

Conference: Big 10 

Nickname: Buckeyes 

Founded: 1870 

Home Arena: Value City Arena (19.500) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 27-9 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim O'Brien (Boston College. 1971) 
Overall Record (Years): 270-248 117 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 35-31 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 614 292 0505 
Assistant Coaches: Rick Boyages (Associate Head 
Coach) (Bowdom, 1985). Paul Biancardi (Sa- 
lem State, 1985). DaveSpillerlCanisius, 1978) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/2nd 



1998-99 Final Rankings: No 14 Associated Press No 4 ESPN/ USA Todav 

1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament. National Semifinals. No 4 Seed. South Region. Ohio State def 

Murray State. 72-58, Ohio State def. Detroit. 75-44. Ohio State def Auburn, 72-64, Ohio State 

def St John's 77-74, Connecticut def Ohio State, 64-58 

SERVICES 

SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Nov 30, 1985. Ohio State 78-Mary- 

land 66 (at College Park. Md.) 
Series Record: Ohio State leads. 3-2 





M E D I 


Basketball SID: Dan Wallenberg 


Office Phone: 614 292 6861 


Home Phone: 614 459 2179 


Office Fax: 614.292,8547 


Press Row: 614,681 




19 9 9-2 


N16-26 


at Preseason NIT 




Ohio State vs Notre Dame 


N29 


Vermont 


D4 


Duguesne 


D11 


Florida A&M 


D13 


Coastal Carolina 


D16 


at Kansas 


D19 


Eastern Kentucky 


D22 


Toledo 


D27 


Oakland 


D29 


American 


J6 


Illinois' 


J8/9 


Minnesota* 


J13 


at Wisconsin* 


J15 


at Northwestern' 







s 


C H E D U 


J20 


Michigan State' 


J22 


at St. John's 


J29 


Purdue* 


F2 


Wisconsin' 


F6 


at Michigan* 


F9 


Iowa* 


F12 


Penn State* 


F15 


at Michigan State* 


F19 


at Indiana* 


F23 


Northwestern* 


F27 


Illinois" 


M1/2 


at Penn State* 


M4/5 


at Minnesota* 


M9-12 


Big Ten Tournament 



L E 



'denotes Big Ten game 



Pennsylvania 

L INFORMATION COACHING 



GENERAL INFORM ATI 

Location: Philadelphia. Pa 

Enrollment: 9.800 

Colors: Red and Blue 

Conference: Ivy League 

Nickname: Quakers 

Founded: 1740 

Home Arena: The Palestra (8.722) 





LAS 


1998-99 Overall Record: 21-6 


1998-99 Final Rankings: None 


1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 




MEDIA 


Basketball SID: Shaun May 


Office Phone: 215 898 9232 


Home Phone: 610 2961354 


May's E-mail: smav@pobox upenn edu 


Office Fax: 215 898.1747 


Press Row: 215 898 6159 




1 9 9 9 - 2 ( 


N17-26 


Preseason NIT 


N17 


Penn at Kentucky 


D3 


Army 


D4/5 


Penn State 


D7 


at La Salle 


D11 


at Auburn 


D28-29 


at Golden Bear Classic 


D29 


Consolation/Championship 


J4 


at Kansas 


J9 


Villanova 


J11 


Lafayette 


J15 


at Lehigh 


J20 


at Temple 


J25 


Drexel 


J28 


at Columbia' 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Fran Dunphy (La Salle. 1970) 
Overall Record (Years): 173-97 (9 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 173-97 (9 years) 
Best Time to Reach: 1000 am -1200 p.m 
Office Phone: 21 5 898 0280 
Assistant Coaches: Gil Jackson (Elizabethtown, 1969), 
Steve Donohue (Ursinus, 1984), Dave Duke 
IVillanova. 1974) 
T YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 13-1, 1st 

11 Seed, West Region, Florida def, Penn,, 75-61 
SERVICES 

SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Jan 21, 1997; Maryland 103-Penn 

73 (at Baltimore. Md.) 
Series Record: Penn leads, 12-2 







s 


C H E D 


J29 


at Cornell* 


J31 


St. Joseph's (Pa ) 


F4 


at Yale* 


F5 


at Brown* 


F11 


Harvard* 


F12 


Dartmouth' 


F15 


at Princeton* 


F18 


Cornell* 


F19 


Columbia* 


F25 


at Dartmouth' 


F26 


at Harvard* 


M3 


Brown* 


M4 


Yale* 


M7 


Princeton* 


' deno 


es ivy League game 



U L E 



Siena 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Loudonville, NY 

Enrollment: 2,700 

Colors: Green and Gold 

Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic 

Nickname: Saints 

Founded: 1937 

Home Arena: Pepsi Arena (15,500) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 25-6 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Paul Hewitt (St John Fisher, 1985) 

Overall Record (Years): 42-18 (2 Years) 

Record at Present School (Years): 42-18 (2 Years) 

Best Time to Reach: 8 00 a m - 12 00 p m , Weekdays 

Office Phone: 518 783 2551 

Assistant Coaches: Robert Burke (Haverford, 1988), 

Cliff Warren (Mt St Marv's, 1990). John 

Dunne (Ithaca. 1992) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/T1st 



F 





MEDIA S 


E R 


VICES 


Basketball SID: Mike "Mex" Carey 
Office Phone: 518 783 2411 






SERIES IN 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 
Series Record: First Meeting 


Home Phone: 518 266 0973 
Carey's E-mail: mcarey@siena edu 
Office Fax: 518 783 2992 


Press Re 


)W: 518 783 2992 
1999-2000 








S 


C H E D U L E 


N17-26 


Preseason NIT 


J17 


Niagara* 


N17 


Davidson at Siena 


J21 


at Loyola (Md |* 


N22 


Hartford 


J24 


lona* 


N28 


Bethune-Cookman 


J27 


Rider 


D2 


at Rider 


J29 


at Camsius' 


D4 


St, Peter's 


J31 


at Niagara* 


D8 


Colgate 


F4 


at Manhattan* 


D11 


at George Washington 


F10 


Loyola (Md.)* 


D27-28 


at ECAC Holiday Festival (New York. N.Y.I 


F13 


Manst* 


D27 


vs Fordham 


"19 


at lona* 


D28 


Consolation/Champion 


-21 


at St. Peter's* 


J2 


at Southwestern Louisiana 


: 24 


Fairfield* 


J6 


Manhattan* 


=27 


at Marist* 


J8 


at Fairfield* 


VI3-6 


at MAAC Tournament (Albany) 


J11 


Rhode Island 


' denotes Metro Atlantic Athletic game 



J15 



Canisius* 



Utah 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah 

Enrollment: 25.213 

Colors: Crimson and White 

Conference: Mountain West 

Nickname: Utes 

Founded: 1850 

Home Arena: Jon M Huntsman Center (15,000) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 28-5 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Rick Majerus (Marquette. 19701 
Overall Record (Years): 337-116 (15 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 238-64 (10 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone: 801.581 5451 
Assistant Coaches: Donny Daniels (Cal State-Fuller- 
ton. 1977). Dick Hunsaker (Weber State, 
1977). Jeff Strohm (Eastern Illinois. 1988) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Conf. Record/Finish: 14-0 '1st WAC Pac 



1998-99 Final Rankings: 6th Associated Press, 10th ESPN/ USA Today 

1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament. No 2 Seed, Midwest Region. Utah def Arkansas State, 80-58; 
Miami (Ohio) def Utah, 66-58 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Mike Lageschulte 

Office Phone 801 581.3510 

Home Phone: 801 582 7181 

Lageschulte's E-mail: mlageschulte@huntsman Utah edu 

Office Fax: 801.851 4358 

Press Row: 801 581 6656 

1999-2000 
N16-26 Preseason NIT 

Utah vs. Arkansas State 
N29 Stony Brook 
D1 at Weber State 

D3 Augusta State 

D7 Utah State 

011 at Washington State 
D17 Sioux Falls 
D18 Chicago State 
D22 Texas 
D28 Oregon State 
D30 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 
J1 Southern Utah 

J6 at Louisville 

J10 at San Diego State* 



SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Nov. 22. 1994, Maryland 90-Utah 

78 (at Maui, Hawaii) 
Series Record: Maryland leads 1-0 

SCHEDULE 

J15 at Brigham Young* 

J22 Wyoming* 

J24 Colorado State* 

J29 at Air Force* 

J31 New Mexico* 

F5 at UNLV* 

J10 San Diego State' 

F12 Brigham Young* 

F19 at New Mexico" 

F21 UNLV 

F26 at Colorado State* 

F28 at Wyoming* 

M4 Air Force* 

M9-11 at Mountain West Tournament 

" denotes Mountain West game 




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Larry Shyatt 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Clemson. S C 

Enrollment: 16,685 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Founded: 1889 

Home Arena: Littlejohn Coliseum (11,020) 

President: TBA 

Athletic Director. Bobby Robinson 

LAST 



Andrius Jurkunas 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Larry Shyatt (Wooster, 19731 
Overall Record (Years): 39-24 (2 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 20-15 (1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Friday 11 :00 a.m. Teleconfer- 
ence 
Office Phone: 864 6561954 
Assistant Coaches: Scott Duncan (Wooster, 1978), 
Darren Tillis (Paul Quinn, 1996), Matt 
Dnscoll (Slippery Rock, 1992) 



Pete Strickland 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Conway, S C 

Enrollment: 4,600 

Colors: Coastal Creen, Bronze and Black 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Chanticleers, Chants 

Founded: 1954 

Home Arena Kimbel Arena (1,480) 

President: Dr Ronald R Ingle 

Athletic Director: Dave Blank 



Todd Shannon 



YEAR 

1998-99 Overall Record: 20-15 1998-99 Conference Record: 5-11 

1 998-99 Conference Finish: T-7th 1 998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1998-99 Postseason: NIT, Championship Game, Clemson def Georgia, 77-57. Clemson def Rutgers, 78-68, 
Clemson def Butler, 89-69, Clemson def Xavier, 79-76, California def Clemson, 61-60 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 7-20 
1998-99 Conference Finish: T-4th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



THIS 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach : Pete Strickland (Pittsburgh, 1979) 
Overall Record (Years): 7-20 (1 Year) 
Record at Present School (Years): 7-20 (1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 832 349 2818 
Assistant Coaches: Baker Neal (Glenville State, 1979), 
Ganon Baker (UNC Wilmington, 1995), 
Lewis Preston (Virginia Military, 1993) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 4-6 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



YEAR 



THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost 1/4 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 3 2 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6 



Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/5 










Returning Starters 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos 


PPC RPC 


Returning Starters Ht 


Wt, 


Yr, 


Pos, 


PPG RPC 


Torrey Butler 


6-3 


205 


So 


F 


73 2 8 


Andrius Jurkunas 6-9 


230 


Sr 


F 


7.6 3.8 


Steve Miles 


6-2 


175 


So 


G 


9 4 41 


Other Key Returnees: Adam Allenspach [Jr., 0. Will Solomon (So., G) 




Todd Shannon 


6-0 


155 


Sr 


C 


95 1,2 


Key Losses: Terrell Mclntyre (Sr, G), Harold Jamison (Sr. F) 






Other Key Returnees: Antonio Darden (So., F), Shane Wright (So., G) 














Key Losses: Andrew Hinton (Sr, F), Larry Roberts (Sr. F) 






M E D 1 


A S 


E R 


VICE 


S 
















Basketball SID: Tim Bourret 












M 


: D I 


A 


S E R 


VICE 


S 


Office Phone: 864.656.2114 










Basketball SID: Wayne White 










Home Phone: 864 888 3490 










Office Phone: 843 349 2822 










D« __**,. C ™«'l kt Arti^.l nnvnB ~ 










Home Phone: 843 361 034 


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Bourret s b-maii Dtimotns'Ciemson.eGu 
Office Fax: 864 656.0299 


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INFO 


White's E-mail: wwhite@coastal.edu 




S 


= R 1 E S 


INFO 


Press Row: 864 654 3326 




Last Meeting: Feb 24. 


1999, Maryland 77- 


Office Fax: 843 349 2819 






Last Meeting: First Meeting 


Radio Play-by-Play: Jim Phillips 






Clemson 60 (at College Park, Md.) 


Press Row: 343 349 2822 






Series Record: First Meeting 


Office Phone: 864.4671400 


s Network 


Series Record: Maryland leads, 69-42 


Radio Play-by-Play: Matt Hogue 
Office Phone: 843 349 2809 










Flagship Radio Station: Clemson Sport 














Website: wwwclemsontigers com 










Flagship Radio Station: WRNN-FM 




















Website: www coastal edu 












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C H E D 


U L E 




1 9 9 a 


- 2 





S 


C H E D 


U L E 


N19 East Tennessee State 




J12 


at Florida State* 




N20 


Jacksonville 






J22 


Liberty" 




N21 Wofford 




J15 


Virginia* 




N23 


at The Citadel 






J24 


Radford* 




N26-28 at Southern Conference Holiday Classic (at 


J19 


Appalachian Staff 




N27 


at Fairleigh Dickinson 




J27 


at Winthrop* 




Greenville, S.C) 




J22 


at Maryland* 




D1 


UNC Greensboro 






J29 


at Charleston Southern* 


N26 Central Florida 




J26 


NC State* 




D4 


George Mason 






F2 


UNC Asheville" 




N27 Old Dominion or Wisconsin-Green Bay 


J29 


at Duke* 




D11 
D13 
D16 


at Dayton 
at Ohio State 
at Furman 






F5 
F7 


High Point* 
Elon* 




N28 Mississippi, Furman, Oregon State or South 


F2 


Georgia Tech* 








F12 


at Radford* 




Carolina State 




F6 


North Carolina' 




D20 


Campbell 






F14 


at Liberty* 




D1 at Penn State (ACC/Big Ten Challengel 


F8 


at Wake Forest" 




D30 


at Georgetown 






F19 


at UNC Asheville" 




D4 Charleston Southern 




F12 


Florida State" 




J2 


at Maryland 






F23 


Winthrop* 




D11 South Carolina State 




F15 


at Virginia" 




J10 


at American 






F26 


Charleston Southern* 


D16 South Carolina 




F22 


Maryland" 




J15 


at Eton' 






M1-4 


at Big South Conference Tournament 


D18 Winthrop 




F27 


at NC State- 




J17 


at High Point* 








Asheville. NC 




D22 George Washington 




M1 


Duke" 




J19 


at College of Charleston 




* denotes Big South game 




D30 Furman 




M4 


at Georgia Tech* 






19 9 


9 - 


2 





R S T 


E R 


J6 at North Carolina* 




M9-12 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) 


No 


Player 


Pos, 


Yr. 


Ht, 


Wt. 


Hometown 


J9 Wake Forest* 




* denotes ACC game 




3 


Todd Shannon 


G 


Sr 


6-0 


155 


Socastee, S C 


19 9 9- 


2 





R S T 


E R 


4 


Brandon Newby 


G 


Fr 


6-2 


166 


Lanham, Md. 


No. Player Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht, 


Wt 


Hometown 


5 


Steve Miles 


G 


So 


6-2 


175 


Alexandria, Va 


3 Andrius Jurkunas F 


Sr 


6-9 


235 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


10 


Nick Hermosila 


C 


Fr 


5-10 


160 


Fairmont, WV 


10 Ed Scott G 


Fr 


6-0 


160 


Hopkins. S.C 


15 


Shane Wright 


G 


So 


6-0 


165 


Houston. Texas 


15 Will Solomon G 


So, 


6-2 


170 


East Hartford. Conn 


20 


Giampaolo Ramon 


F 


Fr.R 


6-10 


185 


Eraclea, Italy 


20 Walker Holt G 


Fr 


6-3 


180 


Greensboro, N.C. 


21 


Clint Reed 


F 


Fr 


6-6 


185 


Georges Hall, Australia 


21 Ray Henderson F/C 
24 Dustin Braddick C 
31 Thomas Nagys F 


Fr 
So. 

Fr 


6-8 
6-5 
6-9 


145 
200 
215 


Charlotte, N.C. 
Charleston, S.C. 
Mazeikai, Lithuania 


22 
24 
30 
33 


Matt Gladieux 
Jerrod Paige 
Derrick Robinson 
Anthony Susnjara 


C 
G 
G 
C 


Sr 
Sr 

Fr 
Fr 


6-5 
6-3 
6-4 
6-8 


188 
180 
180 
200 


Rossford, Ohio 
Gresham, S.C 
Myrtle Beach. S.C 
Fairfield, Australia 


32 Arturus Javtokas C/F 


Jr. 


6-10 


260 


Siauliai, Lithuania 


34 


Cednc Davis 


F 


So 


6-5 


185 


Dayton, Ohio 


33 Pasha Bams G 


Fr, 


6-3 


200 


Richmond, Canada 


44 


Oliver Hinckson 


F 


Jr 


6-6 


220 


Amityville, NY 


42 Chucky Gilmore F 


So 


6-8 


275 


Fayetteville, N.C 


52 


Torrey Butler 


F 


So 


6-3 


205 


Baltimore, Md. 


55 Adam Allenspach C 


Jr 


7-1 


257 


Parkland, Fla. 


55 


Mihai Raducanu 


F 


Fr 


6-6 


215 


Hamilton, Ontario 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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Duke 





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SUN., JAN. 
WED., FEB. 9 

Mike Krzyzewski 
CENERAL INFORM ATIO 

Location: Durham. NC 

Enrollment: 6,272 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Founded: 1838 

Home Arena: Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) 

President: Dr Nan 0. Keohane 

Athletic Director: Joe Alleva 

LAST 



9, 2000, TBA/CBS 
, 2000, 9:00 P.M./RJ 




Shane Battier 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Mike Krzyzewski 
Overall Record (Years): 542-214 (24 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 469-155 (19 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: ACC Teleconference, Tuesday 

11 10 am 
Office Phone: 919.613 7500 
Assistant Coaches: Johnny Dawkins (Duke, 1986). 
David Henderson (Duke, 1986), Steve 
Wojciechowski (Duke, 1998) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Overall Record: 37-2 1998-99 Conference Record: 16-0 

1 998-99 Conference Finish: 1 st 1 998-99 Final Rankings: No 1 AP. No 2 ESPN/ USA Today 

1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament. Championship game. No. 1 Seed. East Region, Duke def Florida 

A&M, 78-61. Duke def. Tulsa, 97-56, Duke def Southwest Missouri State. 78-61, Duke def Temple, 

85-64, Duke def Michigan State, 68-62. Connecticut def Duke 77-74 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/ 10 

Returning Starters Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. PPC 

Chris Carrawell 6-6 215 Sr F 9.9 

Shane Battier 6-8 215 Jr F 91 

Other Key Returnees: Nate James (Jr., F/C) 

Key Losses: Elton Brand (So. F), Trajan Langdon (Sr, CI 



RPC 
48 
4.9 



MED 

Basketball SID: Mike Cragg 
Office Phone: 919.684 2633 
Home Phone: 919 403.5328 
Cragg's E-mail: mcragg@duke.edu 
Office Fax: 919 684.2489 
Press Row: 919 684 6186 
Radio Play-by-Plav: Bob Harris 
Office Phone: 919 4774588 
Flagship Radio Station: WDNC-AM 
Website: wwwgodukecom 



IA SERVICES 





19 9 


9 - 


2 





N11-12 IKON Coaches 


■s Cancer Classic (at New 




York, NY) 








N11 


vs. Stanford 








N12 


vs. Iowa/Connecticut 






N20 


Army 








N23 


Columbia 








N27 


Southern Cal 








N30 


Illinois (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 


D4 


DePaul 








D11 


at Michigan 








D19 


North Carolina A&T 






D21 


Davidson 








J2 


William & Mary 








J5 


at Virginia* 








J9 


at Maryland* 








J12 


Georgia Tech* 










1 9 


9 9 


- 


2 


No. 


Player 


Pos. 




Yr. 


3 


Nick Horvath 


C 




Fr 


4 


Carlos Boozer 


F 




Fr 


5 


Ryan Caldbeck 


C 




Jr, 


13 


JD Simpson 


C 




Jr, 


14 


Nate James 


F/C 




Jr 


15 


Andre Buckner 


C 




Fr. 


20 


Casey Sanders 


C 




Fr 


22 


Jason Williams 


C 




Fr 


23 


Chris Carrawell 


F 




Sr. 


30 


Andy Borman 


C 




Fr, 


31 


Shane Battier 


F 




Jr 


34 


Mike Dunleavy. Jr. 


C/F 




Fr. 


41 


Matt Chnstensen 


F 







SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Feb. 3. 1999; Duke 95-Maryland 

77 (at Durham, N.C.) 
Series Record: Duke leads, 90-51 



SCHEDULE 

J16 at Florida State- 
Jig NC State' 

J22 at Wake Forest* 

J29 Clemson* 

F3 at North Carolina" 

F5 Virginia* 

F9 Maryland* 

F12 at Georgia Tech* 

F16 Florida State* 

F19 at NC State* 

F22 Wake Forest* 

F26 St. John's 

M1 at Clemson* 

M4 North Carolina' 

M9-12 at ACC Tournament (Charlotte. N.C.) 

* denotes ACC game 

ROSTER 
Ht Wt. Hometown 

6-10 215 Arden Hills, Minn, 

6-9 260 Juneau, Ak. 

6-3 190 Shelburne, Vt. 

6-4 200 Woodside. Calif 

6-6 205 Washington, DC 

5-10 180 Hopkinsville, Ky. 

6-11 205 Tampa, Fla. 

6-2 190 Plainfield, N.J. 

6-6 215 St. Louis, Mo. 

6-0 175 Morrisville, N C 

6-8 215 Birmingham, Mich. 

6-7 200 Lake Oswego, Ore. 

240 Belmont, Mass. 



Fairleigh Dickinson 





MON., NOV. 22. 1999, 8:00 P.M. 




Tom Green 
CENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Teaneck. N J 

Enrollment: 4.000 

Colors: Blue, Black and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Knights 

Founded: 1942 

Home Arena: Rothman Center (5.000) 

President: Or J. Michael Adams 

Athletic Director: Steve Hurlbut 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 12-16 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 7th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2, 3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/6 

Returning Starters Ht. Wt. Yr. 

Chris Ekwe 6-8 250 Jr, 

Lamont Perry 6-3 180 Sr 

Other Key Returnees: Wim Van de Keere (So , G), Baldur Olafsson (So 

Key Losses: Daryl Todd (Sr, F), Jemo King (Sr, F) 



Chris Ekwe 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tom Green (Syracuse. 1971) 
Overall Record (Years): 272-190 (16 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 272-190 (16 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Athletic Communica- 
tions 
Office Phone: 201 692.9063 
Assistant Coaches: Ellonya 'Tiny* Green (Upsala, 
1980), RobOrellana (Regents, 1987), Russ 
Thompson (Nyack, 1976) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 9-11 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



YEAR 



Pos, 


PPC 


RPG 


F 


10.6 


61 


G 


6.0 


2.9 










MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Bob Rothwell 

Office Phone: 201.692 2204 

Home Phone: 201 5870972 

Rothwell E-mail: rothwell33@hotmail.com 

Office Fax: 201.692.9361 

Press Row: 201 692 9552 

Radio Play-bv-Play: Paul Dottmo 

Office Phone: 201 461 7552 

Flagship Radio Station: Wjux-FM 

Website: www fduedu/ athletics 

19 9 9-200 
N22 at Maryland 
N27 Coastal Carolina 
N29 at Villanova 
D4 at Drexel 

D7 Bloomfield College 

D11 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 
D19 at Manhattan 
D30 Rider 
J2 Buffalo 

J8 UMBC* 

J10 Mt St Mary's 
J15 at Sacred Heart* 
J17 at Wagner* 
J19 at Monmouth* 



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1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 





1 


9 


9 9 - 


2 


No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


10 


Jarvis Mitchell 


G 


Jr 


5-11 


11 


Lamont Perry 


G 


Sr 


6-3 


12 


Khalid Coursev 


G 


Jr. 


5-8 


15 


LaMarque Ward 


G 


Jr. 


6-3 


20 


Austin O'Reilly 


G 


So. 


6-0 


21 


Tom Van de Keere 


G 


So. 


6-7 


22 


Keith Martin 


F 


Jr. 


6-6 


50 


Morlaye Bangoura 


F 


So. 


6-9 


33 


Matt Hammond 


F 


So. 


6-8 


44 


Chris Ekwe 


F 


Jr 


6-8 


50 


Joern Grundmann 


C 


So 


7-0 


52 


Baldur Olafsson 


C 


So 


6-10 


54 


Wim Van de Keere 


G 


So. 


6-8 




Lionel Bomayako 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-4 


all 


m 


WA 


66 











SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Nov 18. 1997, Maryland 81-Fairleigh 

Dickinson 70 (at College Park, Md.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads. 4-0 



SCHEDULE 

J22 Long Island* 

J24 at St Francis IN Y.I 

J29 Central Connecticut* 

J31 Ouinnipiac* 

F3 Robert Morns* 

F5 St Francis (Pa.)* 

F10 at Ouinnipiac* 

F12 Central Connecticut State* 

F17 St. Francis (NY)* 

F19 at Long Island* 

F22 Monmouth* 

F24 at UMBC* 

F26 at Mt. St Mary's* 

* denotes Northeast Conference game 

ROSTER 

Wt. Hometown 

180 Flint. Mich. 

180 Brooklyn, NY. 

170 Irvmgton, N.J. 

180 Cincinnati, Ohio 

165 Brick, N.J. 

200 Blankenberge, Belgium 

220 Pottstown, Pa, 

210 Abidjan, Ivory Coast 

220 Burlington, N.J. 

250 Douala, Cameron 

250 Hamburg, Germany 

250 Reykjavik, Iceland 

200 Blankenberge, Belgium 

210 Paris, France 



■ 



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Florida State 



OPPONENTS 

Fordham 






SAT., JAN. 29. 2000, 130 P.M./RJ 
WED., MARCH 1, 2000. 8:00 P.M. 







Steve Robinson 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollment: 30,519 

Colors: Garnet and Cold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Semmoles 

Founded: 1857 

Home Arena: Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center 

(12,200) 
President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 
Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 13-17 
1998-99 Conference Finish: T-7th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



Ron Hale 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Steve Robinson (Radford, 1981) 
Overall Record (Years): 77-49 (4 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 31-31 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 850,644,5229 
Assistant Coaches: Coleman Crawford (North Ala- 
bama, 1975), Jim Piatt (Concordia III., 1973), 
Tim Juhlin (Northern Iowa, 1990) 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 5-11 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



Bob Hill 
GENERAL 

Location: Bronx, NY 
Enrollment: 6,358 
Colors: Maroon and White 
Conference: Atlantic 10 
Nickname: Rams 
Founded: 1841 

Home Arena: Rose Hill Cym (3,470) 
President: Rev. Joseph A. O'Hare, S.J 
Athletic Director: Frank McLaughlin 



NFORMATION 



POSSIBLE OPPONENT PRESEASON NIT 
FRI., NOV. 19, 1999, TBA 

Bevon Robin 
COACHINC STAFF 

Head Coach Bob Hill (Bowling Green, 1971) 

Overall Record (Years): First Year 

Record at Present School (Years): First Year 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 718 8174245 

Assistant Coaches: Mike Brown (Vermont, 1973), 

Frank Martin (Hof stra, 1987), Jean Prioleau 

(Fordham, 1992) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 12-15 
1998-99 Conference Finish: T-5th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



THIS 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 5-11 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

YEAR 



T H 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 



Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 










Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/2 










Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/3 










Returning Starters Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPC RPC 


Returning Starters 


Ht. 


Wt 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPC RPC 


Bevon Robin 6-2 


200 


Jr. 


C 


170 3.6 


Damous Anderson 


6-6 


215 


Sr 


F 


11.9 5.1 


Alejandro Olivares 6-8 


233 


Jr 


F 


15.0 59 


Delvon Arnngton 


5-11 


180 


Jr. 


G 


81 28 


Jason Harris 5-9 


175 


Jr 


G 


11.3 3.8 


Ron Hale 


6-8 


210 


Sr. 


F 


16.0 5.6 


Teremun Johnson 6-6 


205 


So. 


F 


28 30 


Justin Mott 


6-10 


235 


Sr. 


C 


1.4 2.7 


Other Key Returnees: Scott Harmatuk (Sr, G), Ray Carroll (Sr, G) 




Other Key Returnees: Adrian Crawford (Jr „ C), Oliver Simmons (Sr„ F) 




Key Losses: Greg Griffin (Sr, F) 










Key Losses: Terrell Baker (St, C) 












M E D 1 


A S 


E R 


VICE 


S 


M E D 1 


A S 


E R 


VICE 


S 


Basketball SID: Joe DiBari 










Basketball SID: Chris Walker 












Office Phone: 718 8174240 










Office Phone: 850 644140 












Home Phone: 718.850.4700 






















Dibari's E-mail: diban@murray fordham ed 








Home Phone: 850402.092 I 

Walker's E-mail: cbwalker@mailerdsu.edu 


SERIES 


INFO 


Office Fax: 718.8174244 




S 


E R 1 E S 


INFO 


Office Fax: 850 644.3820 






Last Meeting: March 5, 1999, Maryland 93-Florida 


Press Row: 718.8174236 




Last Meeting: Dec. 20, 


1975, Maryland 81- 


Press Row: 850 224.4098 








State 69 (at ACC Tourn, Charlotte, N.C.) 


Radio Play-by-Play: Tony Reali 






Fordham 56 (at College Park, Md.) 


Radio Play-by-Play: Gene De 


ckerhoff 




Series Record: Maryland leads, 13-5 


Office Phone: 718.817.4550 
Flagship Radio Station: WFUV-FM 




Series Record: Maryland leads, 7-1 


Office Phone: 850.893.257 














Flagship Radio Station WINT-FM, WNLS-AM 








Website: www fordham.edu 

19 9 9-2 





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C H E D 


U L E 


Website: wwwseminoles.com 










N16-26 at Preseason NIT 




J12 


Temple" 




19 9 9 


- 2 





S 


C H E D 


U L E 


N17 


Fordham at Tulane 




J15 


Dayton* 




N19 at Florida 






J22 


at North Carolina 




N22 


at Richmond 




J19 


at Virginia Tech* 




N23 Norfolk State 






J26 


at Virginia* 




N27 


at Holy Cross 




J22 


St, Bonaventure* 




N27 Jacksonville 






J29 


Maryland* 




N29 


Fairfield (at East Rutherford, N.J ) 


J30 


at Xavier* 




N29 Temple 






F2 


at NC State* 




D4 


Long Island 




F1 


Rhode Island 




D1 at Northwestern 






F5 


Wake Forest* 




D8 


Manhattan 




F6 


at St. Bonaventure* 


D5 at Auburn 






F12 


at Clemson* 




D10 


at lona 




F10 


at Temple 




D11 Seton Hall 






F16 


at Duke* 




D12 


at Connecticut 




F13 


at St. Joseph's* 




D18 vs Massachusetts (at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 


F21 


Georgia Tech* 




D21 


Qumnioiac 




F16 


Massachusetts* 




D22 Vanderbilt 






F23 


North Carolina* 




D27-28 at ECAC Holiday Festival 




F19 


La Salle* 




D30 The Citadel 






F26 


Virginia* 




D27 


vs Siena 




F23 


at Dupuesne* 




J4 at Wake Forest* 






M1 


at Maryland* 




D28 


Consolation/Championship 




F26 


George Washington* 


J8 at South Florida 






M5 


NC State* 




J2 


at Providence 




M4 


at Rhode Island* 




J12 Clemson* 






M9-12 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte. N.C.) 


J5 


St. Joseph's* 




M8-11 


at Atlantic 10 Tournament 


J16 Duke* 






* denotes ACC game 




J8 


at Massachusetts* 




* denotes Atlantic 10 game 




J19 at Georgia Tech* 
























19 9 


9 - 


2 





R S T 


E R 




19 9 9- 


2 





R S T 


E R 


No. Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


No. 


Player Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


4 Antwuan Dixon 


F 


So. 


6-5 


190 


Marietta, Ga 


3 


Jason Harris C 


Jr. 


5-9 


175 


Falls Church, Va. 


5 Adrian Crawford 


C 


Jr 


6-5 


190 


Akron, Ohio 


5 


Teremun Johnson F 


So. 


6-6 


205 


Detroit, Mich. 


10 Delvon Arrington 


C 


Jr. 


5-11 


160 


Jersey City, N.J, 


12 


Ken Aponte G 


Jr 


6-2 


185 


Staten Island, NY. 


11 Rodney Tucker 


F 


Fr. 


6-8 


215 


Stone Mountain, Ga. 


13 


Alejandro Olivares F 


Jr 


6-8 


233 


Cardoba, Argentina 


12 Matt Chlebek 


C 


Jr 


6-0 


165 


Naples, Fla 


15 


Bevon Robin G 


Jr 


6-2 


200 


Bronx, N.Y. 


15 Damous Anderson 


F 


Sr. 


6-6 


215 


Greenville, S.C. 


20 


Chris Duckrey F 


Fr. 


6-6 


200 


Lenape. N J 


20 Chris Hull 


G 


Jr. 


6-3 


175 


Strongsville, Ohio 


21 


Ray Carroll C 


Sr 


6-3 


205 


Chester. Pa. 


21 Ron Hale 


F 


Sr 


6-8 


205 


Largo, Fla 


22 


Scott Harmatuk C 


Sr 


6-4 


180 


Spring, Texas 


32 Emanuel Mathis 


C 


So 


6-3 


175 


Atlanta, Ga. 


24 


Steve Canal F 


So 


6-6 


236 


Nyack, N.Y. 


33 Mike Matthews 


F/C 


Fr. 


6-10 


230 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


33 


Arseni Kuchinsky F 


Jr. 


6-7 


210 


Minsk, Belarus 


34 Nigel Dixon 


F/C 


Fr 


6-10 


380 


Orlando, Fla. 


34 


Phil Dupree F 


Fr. 


6-6 


205 


Columbus, Ohio 


42 Justin Mott 


C 


Sr. 


6-10 


235 


Chula Vista, Calif. 


42 


Duke Freeman-McKarney F 


So. 


6-9 


215 


Steelton, Pa. 


50 David Anderson 


c 


So. 


7-0 


245 


Lamar. Colo 


50 


John Pugh F/C 


Sr. 


6-10 


220 


Herndon, Va 


51 Oliver Simmons 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 


225 


Nashville, Tenn. 















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George Mason 

*& 

Patriots 

MON., DEC. 27, 1999; 8:00 P.M. 




Jim Larranaga 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Fairfax, Va. 

Enrollment: 23,826 

Colors: Green & Cold 

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 

Nickname: Patriots 

Founded: 1957 

Home Arena: Patriot Center (10.000) 

President: Dr. Alan G Merten 

Athletic Director: Tom O'Connor 

LAST YEAR 

1998-99 Overall Record: 19-11 1998-99 Conference Record: 13-3 

1998-99 Conference Finish: 1 st 1 998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 14 Seed. East Region, Cincinnati def George Mason 72-48 



George Evans 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim Larranaga (Providence, 1971) 
Overall Record (Years): 226-198 (15 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 28-29 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-12:00 

p.m 
Office Phone: 703 993,3240 
Assistant Coaches: Bill Courtney (Bucknell, 1992), 
Mike Gillian (N. Adams State, 1986), Scott 
Cherry (North Carolina, 1993) 



T H I ! 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 

Returning Starters Ht. Wt, 

Ahmad Dorsett 6-2 170 

George Evans 6-7 215 

Erik Herring 6-5 200 

Keith Holdan 6-6 205 



YEAR 



Yr. 

Sr 

Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 



Pos. 

C 

F 

C 

F 



PPG 
87 
172 
8.9 
9.2 



RPG 

24 

85 

4.1 

4.8 



Other Key Returnees: Terrance Nixon (Jr. F), Tremaine Price (Jr., G) 
Key Losses: Jason Miskiri (Sr., G), Avery Carey (Sr, F) 



M E D I 

Basketball SID: Jim Engelhardt 

Office Phone: 703 993.3260 

Home Phone: 703.591.7219 

Engelhardt's E-mail: jengelha@gmu.edu 

Office Fax: 703.993 3259 

Press Row: 703 993 3044 

Radio Play-by-Play: Byron Kerr 

Office Phone: 703 379 9144 

Flagship Radio Station: Patriot Sports Network 

Website: sports gmu.edu 

1999-2000 
N19 at Toledo 
N23 at Delaware 
N27 Coppin State 
D4 at Coastal Carolina 

D8 at Penn State 

D11-12 at Conference Challenge (at UMBC) 
D18 American* 
D21 Drexel 
D27 at Maryland 
J3 Bucknell 

J5 at William & Mary* 

J8 at James Madison* 

J10 UNC Wilmington* 
J15 Old Dominion* 
J17 East Carolina* 

19 9 
Player 



SERVICES 

SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec. 23. 1989; Maryland 104- 
George Mason 86 (at Honolulu, Hawaii) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 4-0 



SCHEDULE 

J19 Detroit 

J22 at Virginia Commonwealth* 

J26 at Richmond* 

J29 William & Mary* 

F2 at Old Dominion* 

F5 at American* 

F7 Fairfield 

F10 Richmond* 

F16 Virginia Commonwealth* 

F19 at UNC Wilmington* 

F21 at East Carolina* 

F26 James Madison* 

M3-6 at CAA Tourn. (Richmond, Va.) 



* denotes CAA game 



No. 

3 

5 

11 

21 

22 

24 

25 

31 

33 

34 

40 

44 



Jesse Young 
Tremaine Price 
Tyrone Tiggs 
George Evans 
Ahmad Dorsett 
Rob Anderson 
Ouilninious Randall 
Jon Larranaga 
Keith Holdan 
Terrance Nixon 
Nsilo Abraham 
Erik Herring 



9 

Pos. 

Fr 

Jr 

Fr. 

Jr 

Sr. 

So. 

So. 

Fr 

Sr 

Jr 

Sr 

Jr. 



2 

Yr. 

F 

C 

C 

F 

G 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

G 







Ht. 

6-10 

5-8 

6-0 

6-7 

6-2 

6-5 

6-7 

6-6 

6-6 

6-6 

6-6 

6-5 



S 

Wt. 
210 
150 
160 
215 
170 
195 
205 
220 
205 
210 
230 
200 



E R 

Hometown 
Peterborough, Ont. 
Landover Md. 
Bascon, Fla. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Woodbridge, Va 
Arlington, Va. 
Boston, Mass. 
Oakton, Va. 
Apex. NX. 
Oxon Hill, Md. 
St Croix, V.I. 
Chicago, III. 



George Washington 






ON 



Tom Penders 
GENERAL INFORMAT 

Location: Washington, DC 

Enrollment: 19,481 

Colors: Buff and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Colonials 

Founded: 1821 

Home Arena: Charles E. Smith Center (5,000) 

President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 

Athletic Director Jack Kvancz 

LAS 
1998-99 Overall Record: 20-9 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 1st (West Division) 



POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT BB&T CLASSIC 
SUN.. DEC. 5, 1999; TBA/RAYCOM 

Mike King 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Tom Penders (Connecticut, 1967) 
Overall Record (Years): 498-328 (29 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 20-9 (1 year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 202.994.6651 
Assistant Coaches: Rob Wright (Paul Quinn, 1983). 
Bonzie Colson (Rhode Island, 1989), 



Tommy Penders (Texas, 1995) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 13-3 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No. 11 Seed, South Region; Indiana def George Washington, 108-88 



T H 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 












Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/6 












Returning Starters 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPC 


Patrick Ngongba 


6-8 


238 


Jr. 


F/C 


7.0 


56 


Antxon Iturbe 


6-8 


251 


Jr. 


F 


3.2 


5.0 


Mike King 


6-4 


182 


Jr 


G 


15.1 


5.2 


Other Key Returnees: Francisco de Miranda (Sr, F); Dorien Brown (So 


C/F) 







Key Losses: Yegor Mescheriokav (GS, F), Shawnta Rogers (Sr, G) 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 

Office Phone: 202 994 0339 

Home Phone: 703 6581497 

Office Fax: 202 994.2713 

Bower's E-Mail: bbower@gwu.edu 

Press Row: 202 994.1776 SERIES INFO 

Radio Play-by-Play: Larry Michael Last Meeting: Dec. 8, 1997; George Washingtor 

Office Phone: 703.413.8343 70-Maryland 66 (at MCI Center) 

Flagship Radio Station: WAGE 1200-AM Series Record: Maryland leads, 33-24 

Website: wwwgwuedu/~gwsports 



: 



N18-21 



N27 

N30 

D4-5 

D4 

D5 

D8 

D11 

D22 

D31 

J3 

J8 

J12 

J15 



1999-2000 S 

at Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, Ak.) J19 

George Washington, UA Fairbanks, Califor- J22 

nia, Houston, Indiana State, Montana J26 

State, Oklahoma. Texas Christian) J29 

South Florida F2 

at Ohio F5 

at BB&T Classic (MCI Center, Washington, DC.) F9 

vs. Seton Hall F12 

Consolation/Championship F17 

at Bradley F19 

Siena F22 

at Clemson F26 

UNC Charlotte F29 

at Old Dominion M4 

Duquesne* M8-11 
American 
at Virginia Tech* 



C H E D U L E 

at St. Joseph's* 
at Dayton* 
St Bonaventure* 
La Salle* 
at Duquesne* 
Xavier* 
Davton* 
at La Salle* 
Virginia Tech* 
Rhode Island* 
at Xavier* 
at Fordham* 
at Massachusetts* 
Temple* 

at Atlantic 10 Tournament 
* denotes Atlantic 10 game 



No 

3 

4 

5 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

22 

24 

31 

34 

35 



1 9 

Player 

Albert Roma 
Chris Monroe 
Mike King 
Valery Khamenia 
Mark Lund 
Bernard Barrow 
Val Brown 



9 9 

Pos. 

C 

C 

C 

C/F 

G 

G 

C 



Francisco de Miranda F 



Antxon Iturbe 
Arthur Andrews 
Sam Anyan 
Jason Smith 
Dorien Brown 
Patrick Ngongba 



F 
F 
F 

F 

G/F 

F 



2 

Yr. 
So. 
Fr 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr 
Jr. 
Fr 
Sr. 
Jr 
Fr. 
Sr. 
So. 
So 
Jr. 



ROSTER 



Ht. 

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



Wt. 

240 
210 
182 
214 
169 
150 
160 
220 
250 
185 
211 
185 
225 
238 



Hometown 
Balenya, Spain 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Grodno, Belarus 
Klawock, Ak. 
Harlem, N.Y 
Springfield, Va. 
Breda, The Netherlands 
Vitoria, Spain 
Avon, Conn. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Boston, Mass. 
Vorhees, N.J. 
Bangui, C. African Rep 



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NATIONAL 

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Georgia Tech 



OPPONENTS 



Illinois 



4 



jy ■ 




SAT., JAN. 15, 2000. 8:00 P.M./RJ 
WED., FEB. 16, 2000, 7:00 P.M. /ESPN 





aTZ^x 



Bobby Cremms 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Atlanta. Ca. 

Enrollment 13,000 

Colors: Old Cold and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets. Rambling Wreck 

Founded: 1885 

Home Arena: Alexander Memorial Coliseum at 

McDonalds Center 110,000) 
President: Dr G Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director: Dave Braine 

LAST 
1998-99 Overall Record: 15-16 
1993-99 Conference Finish: T-5th 
1998-99 Postseason: NIT, Oregon def Georgia Tech, 

THIS 



Alvin Jones 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Cremms ISouth Carolina. 19701 
Overall Record (Years): 441-290 (24 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 341-220 (18 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 11:00 a.m,-2:00 

p.m 
Office Phone: 404 894 5425 
Assistant Coaches: Kevin Cantwell (Associate Head 
Coach) (UNC Asheville, 1973). Willie Reese 
(Georgia Tech, 1989). Mark Price IGeorgia 
Tech, 1986) 
YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 6-10 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
68-64 

YEAR 



SAT., DEC 

Lon Kruger 
GENERAL I N F R M A 

Location: Urbana-Champaign. Ill, 
Enrollment: 36,000 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: Big Ten 
Nickname: Fighting Mini 
Founded: 1855 

Home Arena: Assembly Hall (16,450) 
President: James J Stukel 
Athletic Director Ron Cuenther 

L A 
1998-99 Overall Record: 14-18 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 11th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 




BB&T CLASSIC 
4, 1999, 3:00 P.M./RAYCOM 

Cor/ Bradford 
TION COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Lon Kruger (Kansas State. 1975) 
Overall Record (Years): 296-223 (17 Years] 
Record at Present School (Years): 59-38 (3 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Weekly Teleconference 
Office Phone: 217333 3400 
Assistant Coaches: Robert McCullum (Birmingham 
Southern, 1976), Rob Judson(1980). Steve 
Henson (Kansas State, 1990) 

ST YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 3-13 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



THIS 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/ Lost: 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/2 
Returning Starters Ht. 
Alvin Jones 


Wt 
265 


Yr. 
Jr. 


Pos. 
c 


PPG 
12 7 


RPG 
9.7 


Starters Returning/Lost 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/2 
Returning Starters Ht. 
Cory Bradford 6-2 


Wt, 
196 


Yr. 

So 


Pos. 
G 


PPG 
15.4 


RPG 
2.6 


Jason Collier 


7-0 


250 


Sr 


C 


17.2 


73 


Sergio McClam 


6-3 


215 


Jr. 


F 


8.6 


3.4 


Jason Floyd 


6-6 


210 


Sr 


G 


13,5 


4.8 


Lucas Johnson 


6-7 


217 


So 


F 


44 


3.1 


Tony Akins 


6-0 


175 


So 


G 


11.3 


37 


Damir Krupalija 


6-7 


216 


So, 


F 


46 


5.5 


Jon Babul 


6-7 


226 


JrR 


F 


53 


6.0 


Victor Chukwudebe 


6-7 


230 


Sr 


F 


5.6 


49 



Other Key Returnees: T J Vines (Jr. G). Darryl LaBame (JrR. F) 
Key Losses: Dion Glover ISo.R, G), Ashley Kelly (Sr, F] 



Other Key Returnees: Cleotis Brown (Sr, F), Robert Archibald (So., 
Key Losses: Anas Davis (Sr. G). Fess Hawkins (Jr, CI 



D I A 



U E 

Basketball SID Mike Finn 

Office Phone: 404 894 5445 

Home Phone: 770.938 9910 

Finn's E-mail: mfmn@at gtaa gatech.edu 

Office Fax: 404,8941248 

Press Row: 404 894 5458 

Radio Play-by-Play: Wes Durham 

Office Phone: 404 385,0594 

Flagship Radio Station: Georgia Tech ISP Radio Network, WGST-AM 

Website: www ramblinwreck com 

1999-2000 

Mercer 

at Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout 

Georgia Tech vs Grambling State, Wash- 
ington. Kansas, Xavier Louisville, Georgia, 

Alaska-Anchorage 

Michigan 

Georgia 

Stanford 

Morehead State 

Wofford 

UNC Greensboro 

Lafayette 

vs Kentucky (at Louisville, Ky.) 

at Virginia* 



SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Feb 21, 1999, Maryland 81-Geor- 

gia Tech 64 (at Atlanta, Ga.) 
Series Record: Georgia Tech leads. 28-23 



N19 
N24-27 



D1 



D11 

D18 

D22 

D28 

J2 

J5 

J8 

J12 

J15 



No. 

3 

4 

10 
11 
13 
14 
23 
24 
31 
32 
34 
41 
42 
44 
52 



at Duke* 
Maryland* 

1 9 

Player 

Tony Akins 
Alvin Jones 
TJ Vines 
Shaun Fein 
Darryl LaBarrie 
Winston Neal 
Jon Babul 
Ross Chouest 
Alex Luyk 
Kyle Perry 
Jason Floyd 
Paul Trotti 
Clarence Moore 
Michael isenhour 
Jason Collier 



S 

J19 

J22 

J27 

J29 

F2 

F5 

F9 

F12 

F16 

F21 

F24 

F27 

M1 

M4 

M9-12 



U L E 



I 9 

Pos. 
G 

C 

G 

G 

G 

C 

F 

G 

F 

G 

G/F 

G 

F 

F 

C/F 





Yr, 

So 

Jr 

Jr, 

JrR 

JrR 

Jr 

JrR 

Fr 

Fr 

Jr 

Sr 

Sr 

Fr. 

So.R 

Sr.R 



C H E D 

Florida State* 

at NC State* 

Wake Forest" 

North Carolina" 

at Clemson* 

Florida A&M 

Virginia' 

Duke* 

at Maryland* 

at Florida State" 

NC State" 

at Wake Forest' 

at North Carolina" 

Clemson* 

ACC Tournament (Charlotte. NC.) 
* denotes ACC game 
R S 



Ht. 

6-0 

6-11 

5-10 

6-3 

6-3 

6-3 

6-7 

6-1 

6-7 

5-10 

6-6 

6-3 

6-5 

6-8 

7-0 



Wt. 
175 
265 
194 
184 
195 
203 
226 
180 
200 
177 
210 
200 
215 
238 
250 



E R 

Hometown 
Lilburn, Ga, 
Lakeland, Fla. 
Woodstock, Ga 
Centreville, Mass 
Decatur, Ca 
Greenville, Ca. 
No Attleboro. Mass. 
Galliano, La. 
Madrid, Spain 
Snellville. Ca 
Hampton. Ca. 
Marietta, Ga 
Norco, La. 
Lawrenceville. Ga 
Springfield, Ohio 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Barbara Butler 

Office Phone: 2173331391 

Home Phone: 217359 5244 

Office Fax: 217333 5540 

Press Row: 217333,1227 

Radio Play-by-Play: Jim Turpin 

Office Phone: 217351 5300 

Flagship Radio Station: lllmi Sports Network 

Website: wwwfightingillini.com 

1999-2000 

N19 Western Illinois 

N22 at Bradley 

N30 Duke (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) (at Chicago III ) 

D4-5 at BB&T Classic (MCI Center. Washmton, DC) 

D4 vs Maryland 

D5 Consolation/Championship 

D8 Texas-Pan American 

D11 Kansas State 

D18 Kansas (at Chicago, III.) 

D21 Missouri 

D28 Bethune-Cookman 

D30 Loyola (Chicago) 

J6 Ohio State* 

J8 at Wisconsin* 

J12 Purdue* 

J16 at Michigan* 

1999-2000 



SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: March 14, 1998, Maryland 67-lllinois 
61 (NCAA Tourn. at Sacramento, Calif.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 1 -0 



S C H E D U 

J22 Penn State* 

J26 at Iowa* 

J30 at Michigan State* 

F2 Minnesota* 

F6 at Penn State* 

F9 Michigan* 

F12 Iowa' 

F17 at Minnesota* 

F19 Northwestern' 

F22 Indiana* 

F27 at Ohio State* 

M4 Northwestern* 

M9-12 at Big Ten Tournament 

Chicago, III 
* denotes Big Ten game 



L E 



No. Player 

00 Victor Chukwudebe 
Nate Mast 
Joe Cross 
Cory Bradford 
Robert Archibald 
Lucas Johnson 
Sean Harrington 
Jerrance Howard 

32 Cleotis Brown 

33 Damir Krupalija 

34 Brian Cook 
40 Sergio McClain 
52 Marcus Griffin 



Pos. 

F 

G 

G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

G 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 



2 

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



Ht. 

6-7 

5-11 

6-2 

6-3 

6-11 

6-8 

6-5 

6-1 

6-5 

6-9 

6-10 

6-4 

6-9 



S 

Wt 
230 
160 
205 
200 
228 
217 
185 
175 
220 
216 
231 
222 
235 



E R 

Hometown 
Springfield. Ill 
Champaign, III 
Carbondale. Ill 
Memphis, Tenn, 
Ballwin, Mo, 
Des Plaines, III. 
Elgin, III 
Peoria, III 
Pittsview, Ala 
Rockford, III 
Lincoln, III. 
Peoria. Ill 
Peoria, III 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



*sZ 



Iowa 





NFORM ATION 



Steve Alford 
GENERAL 

Location: Iowa City, Iowa 

Enrollment: 28.705 

Colors: Cold and Black 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname: Hawkeves 

Founded: 1847 

Home Arena: Carver-Hawkeye (15,5001 

President: Mary Sue Coleman 

Athletic Director: Bob Bowlsby 

L A 
1998-99 Overall Record: 20-10 
1998-99 Conference Finish: T-3rd 



fe 

TUE., NOV. 30, 1999, 7:30 P.M./ESPN2 
BALTIMORE ARENA, BALTIMORE, MD. 

Jacob Jaacks 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Steve Alford (Indiana, 1987) 
Overall Record (Years): 156-77 (8 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): First Year 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone: 319 335 9444 
Assistant Coaches: Sam Alford (Franklin. 1964), Creg 
Lansing (South Dakota. 1990), Rich Walker 
(Bowling Green, 1971) 



OPPONENTS 

Kentucky 





SAT., DEC. 11. 1999; 9:00 P.M./ESPN 
POSSIBLE OPPONENT IN PRESEASON NIT 

Tubby Smith 
GENERAL INFORM AT 

Location: Lexington, Ky. 




ION 



S T 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 9-7 
1998-99 Final Rankings: No 21 Associated Press. 
No. 20 ESPN/USA Today 
1 998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 5 Seed, West Region: Iowa def Alabama-Birmingham. 77-64, 
Iowa def Arkansas, 82-72; Connecticut def Iowa, 78-68 



YEAR 



THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost: i 4 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/7 

Returning Starters Ht Wt. Yr. 

Dean Oliver 5-11 175 Jr 

Other Key Returnees: Kyle Calloway (So . F), Jacob Jaacks (Sr , 

Key Losses: Kent McCausland (Sr, C), JR Koch (Sr, F) 



Jamaal Magloire 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Orlando "Tubby" Smith (High Point Col- 
lege, 1973) 
Overall Record (Years): 187-75 (8 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 63-13 (2 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 606 2571916 
Assistant Coaches: George Felton (South Carolina, 
1975), Shawn Finney (Fairmont, 1985), 
Mike Sutton (East Carolina. 1978). 
LAST YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 11-5 
1998-99 Final Rankings: 8th Associated Press. 
T5th ESPN/ US/1 Today 
1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, No 3 Seed, Midwest Region. Kentucky def New Mexico State. 
82-60. Kentucky def. Kansas, 92-88 (OT); Kentucky def Miami (Ohio), 58-43; Michigan State def. 
Kentucky, 73-66. 



Enrollment: 30,000 
Colors: Blue and White 
Conference: Southeastern 
Nickname: Wildcats 
Founded: 1865 

Home Arena: Rupp Arena (23,000) 
President: Dr. Charles Wethington Jr. 
Athletic Director CM Newton 



1998-99 Overall Record: 28-9 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 2nd 



THIS 



YEAR 









Starters Returning/Lost 1/4 












Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 






Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Returning Starters Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


G 


119 


3.5 


Desmond Allison 6-5 


214 


So 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Steve Roe 

Office Phone: 319 335.9411 

Home Phone: 319 3390980 

Roe's E-mail: steven-roe@uiowa.edu 

Office Fax: 319.335.9417 

Press Row: 319 335 7284 

Radio Play-by-Play: Gary Dolphin 

Office Phone: 319 589.2213 

Flagship Radio Station: Learfield Communications 

Website: www hawkeyesports.com 

1999-2000 
N11-12 at IKON Coaches vs Cancer Tournament 
N11 vs. Connecticut 
N12 Consolation/Championship 
N21 Eastern Illinois 
N27 Creighton 
N30 Maryland (at Baltimore, Md ) 
D3-4 Gazette Hawkeye Challenge 
D3 vs Texas Southern 

D4 Consolation/Championship 

D7 Northern Iowa 

D11 at Iowa State 
018 at Missouri 
D28 Drake 
J5 Northwestern" 

J8 Michigan State* 

J12 at Minnesota' 



SERVICES 



No 

1 

2 

11 

13 

14 

15 

20 

23 

24 

25 

rr 

42 

43 

45 



19 9 

Player 
Rod Griffin 
Ryan Hogan 
Jason Price 
Joe Fermino 
Jacob Jaacks 
Marcelo Gomes 
Dean Oliver 
Duez Henderson 
Ryan Luerhrsmann 
Rod Thompson 
Kyle Galloway 
Antonio Ramos 
Jason Smith 
John Carl Williams 



9 

Pos. 

F 
G 
C 
F 
C 
F 
G 
F 
G 
F 
G 
C 
G 
F 





Yr. 
Jr 
Jr 
Sr. 
Jr 
Sr 
Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Sr 
So. 
So. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 



SERIES -INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec 25, 1984, Maryland 70-lowa 

68 (at Honolulu, Hawaii) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 



SCHEDULE 

J15 at Penn State* 

J18 at Indiana* 

J22 Michigan* 

J26 Illinois* 

J29 at Wisconsin* 

F3 Kansas 

F5 Purdue* 

F9 at Ohio State* 

F12 at Illinois* 

F16 at Purdue" 

F23 Wisconsin* 

F27 Minnesota* 

F29/M2 Michigan* 

M4 Penn State* 

M9-12 at Big Ten Tournament (Chicago, III 

* denotes Big Ten game 

R S T 



Ht, 

6-6 

6-3 

6-0 

6-7 

6-8 

6-6 

5-11 

6-7 

6-1 

6-6 

6-6 

7-2 

6-3 

6-9 



Wt. 
220 
185 
170 
220 
235 
220 
175 
200 
175 
230 
190 
215 
202 
250 



E R 

Hometown 
Ypsilanti, Mich 
Deerfield, III. 
Chicago. Ill 
Hyde Park, Mass 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
San Antonio, Texas 
Mason City. Iowa 
Detroit, Mich. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Galesburg, III. 
Sioux City, Iowa 
Minneapolis, Minn 
Bettendorf, Iowa 
Wouwatosa, Wise. 



Pos. 

G/F 

Other Key Returnees: Jamaal Magloire (Sr, 0, Tayshaun Prince (So., G/F) 
Key Losses: Heshimu Evans (Sr. F), Scott Padgett (Sr, F). Wayne Turner (Sr. G) 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Brooks Downing 
Office Phone: 606 257.3838 
Home Phone: 606 263.7825 
Downing E-mail: bdrown@pop.uky.edu 
Office Fax: 606 323 4310 
Press Row: 606 252 3602 
Radio Play-by-Play: Ralph Hacker 
Office Phone: 606 266 5431 
Flagship Radio Station: WVLK AM 
Website: wwwukathletics.com 

1999-2000 
N16-26 Preseason NIT 

Kentucky vs Penn, Utah vs Arkansas 

State, Maryland, San Francisco, Notre 

Dame, Ohio State, Kansas State, Arizona, 

Hofstra. New Mexico State, Davidson, Siena 
N29 Dayton (at Cincinnati, Ohio) 
D4 Indiana (at Indianapolis, Ind.) 

D7 UNC Asheville 

D11 at Maryland 
D18 Louisville 
D23 Michigan State 
D27 Alaska-Anchorage 
D30 Missouri (at New Orleans, La.) 
J5 Georgia Tech (at Louisville. Ky.) 

J8 Vanderbilt* 

J11 at Auburn* 

J15 at South Carolina* 

1999-2000 
Pos. 



PPG 
4.7 



RPG 
20 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec 12, 1998; Kentucky 103-Mary- 

land 91 (at Lexington, Ky) 
Series Record: Kentucky leads, 6-3 



SCHEDULE 

J19 Ole Miss* 

J22 at Vanderbilt* 

J26 at Georgia* 

J29 at Miami (Fla.) 

F1 Tennessee* 

F5 South Carolina* 

F8 at Florida* 

F13 at Louisiana State* 

F16 Alabama* 

F19 Georgia' 

F23 at Tennessee* 

F26 Arkansas* 

F29 at Mississippi State* 

M4 Florida* 

M9-12 at SEC Tournament (Atlanta. Ca ) 



* denotes SEC game 



Player 
J.P Blevms 
Steve Masiello 
Nate Knight 
Keith Bogans 
Saul Smith 
Todd Tackett 
Tayshaun Prince 
Marvin Stone 
Desmond Allison 
Jules Camara 
Jamaal Magloire 
Marquis Estill 



G 
G 
F 

G 

G 

G 

G/F 

F C 

G/F 

F 

C 

F 



2 

Yr. 
So 
Sr 
Jr 
Fr 
Jr. 
So 
So. 
Fr 
So 
So 
Sr 
Fr. 



Ht. 

6-2 

6-1 

6-9 

6-5 

6-2 

6-2 

6-9 

6-10 

6-5 

6-11 

6-10 

6-9 



S 

Wt. 
181 
170 
220 
205 
175 
183 
215 
256 
214 
223 
260 
253 



E R 

Hometown 
Edmonton. Ky. 
White Plains. NY 
Sandy, Utah 
Hyattsville. Md. 
Athens. Ga. 
Paintsville. Ky 
Compton. Calif 
Huntsville, Ala 
Tampa, Fla. 
Dakar. Senegal 
Toronto, Ontario 
Richmond. Ky. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Baltimore. Md. 

Enrollment: 10,400 

Colors: Black and Cold with Red 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Retrievers 

Founded: 1966 

Home Arena: Retriever Activities Center (4,000! 

President Dr Freeman Hrabowski 

Athletic Director: Dr Charles Brown 

LAST 
1998-99 Overall Record: 19-9 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 1st 
1998-99 Postseason: None 

THIS 
Starters Returning/Lost: 3 2 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 12 2 
Returning Starters Ht. Wt, 

Terence Ward 6-1 165 

Brad Martin 6-5 205 

Isaac Green 6-6 225 

Other Key Returnees: Kennedy Okafor (Jr., F), Kerry 
Key Losses: Rod Harrison (Sr, CI 

MEDIA S 

Basketball SID: Steve Levy 
Office Phone: 410455,2197 
Home Phone: 410.363.6379 
Levy's E-mail: slevy@umbc.edu 
Office Fax: 410.363.6379 
Press Row: 401 455 3840 
Radio Play-by-Play: n/a 
Office Phone: n a 
Flagship Radio Station: WMBC-AM 
Website: www umbcedu/ Retrievers 

1999-2000 
N19-20 at Battle of Baltimore Classic (at Coppin 

State) 
N19 at Coppin State 
N20 vs. Loyola (Md.l/Towson 
D1 at Dayton 

D4 at Rutgers 

D8 Washington College 

D11-12 Conference Challenge 
D18 at Towson 
D30 at Maryland 
J3 at Navy 

J8 at Fairleigh Dickinson* 

J10 at Monmouth' 
J15 Robert Morris* 
J17 St. Francis (Pa.)* 



Terence Ward 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tom Sullivan (Fordham. 19721 
Overall Record (Years): 197-192 (14 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 43-67 (4 years) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 1000 a m - 

12 00 pm 
Office Phone: 401.455,2864 
Assistant Coaches Randy Monroe (Cheyney, 1985). 
Doug Nicholas (Gettysburg, 1989), Bill Zotti 
(Seton Hall. 1995) 
YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 17-3 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

YEAR 



Bill Cuthridge 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C 

Enrollment: 24,255 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Founded: 1789 

Home Arena: Dean E. Smith Center (21,572) 

Chancellor William McCoy (interim) 

Athletic Director Dick Baddour 



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Ed Cota 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bill Cuthridge (Kansas State. 1960) 
Overall Record (Years): 58-14 (2 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 58-14 (2 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 919 9621154 
Assistant Coaches: Phil Ford (North Carolina, 1978), 
Dave Hanners (North Carolina. 1976). Pat 
Sullivan (North Carolina, 1973) 



LAST YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 10-6 
1998-99 Final Rankings: 13th Associated Press. 
18th ESPN/ USA Today 
1 998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament. No 3 Seed. West Region; Weber State def North Carolina, 76-74, 



1998-99 Overall Record: 24-10 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 3rd 



T H 



YEAR 











Starters Returning/Lost: 4/ 1 












Yr, 


Pos. 


PPC 


RPG 


Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/4 












Jr. 


C 


14 8 


25 


Returning Starters Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos, 


PPG 


RPG 


Jr 


F 


72 


5.0 


Jason Capel 6-8 


230 


So, 


F/G 


9.1 


4.1 


Sr 


F 


4.2 


4.6 


Ed Cota 6-1 


196 


Sr, 


C 


10.5 


43 


Martin (Sr. F) 








Brendan Haywood 7-0 


271 


Jr 


C 


12.0 


6.9 










Kris Lang 6-11 


235 


So. 


F/C 


10.6 


54 



E R V I C E S 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec 13. 1997, Maryland 104-UMBC 

66 (at College Park, Md.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 9-0 



Other Key Returnees: Max Owens (Jr., F/G), Brian Bersticker (Jr, F/C) 
Key Losses: Ademola Okulaja (Sr, F). Vasco Evtimov (Jr. F) 



J19 

J22 

J25 

J29 

J31 

F3 

F5 

F10 

F12 

F15 

F17 

F19 

F24 

F26 



C H E D U 

at Mt St Mary's* 

Sacred Heart* 

Wagner* 

at St Francis (Pa)* 

at Robert Morris* 

at Qumnipiac* 

at Central Connecticut* 

Long Island* 

St Francis (Pa)* 

Mt St Mary's* 

at Wagner' 

at Sacred Heart* 

Fairleigh Dickinson* 

Monmouth* 



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19 9 9 

No. Player Pos. 

5 Kareem Washington C 

11 Justin Wilson G 

12 Terence Ward G 
22 Tim Hyland G 

24 Jason Womble C 

25 Neil Streeter C 

32 Sam Grannum F 

33 Isaac Green F 

34 Kennedy Okafor F 

35 Brad Martin F 
40 Brett Kindelmann F 
42 Andre Williams F 
45 Kerry Martin F 
50 Gbemiga Adekunle F 



* denotes Northeast Conference game 

2000 ROSTER 

Yr, Ht. Wt. Hometown 

Fr 6-3 180 White Plains. N.Y 

Fr 6-0 175 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Jr 6-1 165 Egg Harbor Twp, NJ. 

Jr 6-0 175 Staten Island. N.Y 

Sr 6-2 210 Kendall Park, N.J. 

So. 6-2 185 Washington. DC, 

Fr 6-7 195 Wyncote, Pa, 

Sr 6-6 250 Newark, N J 

Jr 6-7 257 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Jr 6-5 205 Silver Spring, Md 

So 6-10 245 Huntington, NY 

Fr. 6-5 240 Queens, N.Y. 

Sr. 6-7 215 Mays Landing. N J 

So. 6-5 205 Baltimore, Md. 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner 

Office Phone: 919 962 2123 

Home Phone: 919 484.0664 

Kirschner's E-mail: skirschner@uncaa unc.edu 

Office Fax: 919 962,0612 

Press Row: 919 962.2768 

Radio Play-by-Play: Woody Durham 

Office Phone: 919 968 4803 

Flagship Radio Station: WCHL 1360-AM 

Website www.tarheelblue com 

1999-2000 

N22-24 at Maui Invitational (at Lahama, Hawaii) 
North Carolina vs Southern Cal. 
Georgetown vs, Memphis, Chammade vs 
Florida, Purdue vs Utah State 

D1 Michigan State (ACC/Big 10 Challenge) 

D3-4 at Food Lion MVP Classic (at Charlotte, N.C ) 
vs College of Charleston. 

D7 Buffalo 

D8 Cincinnati (at Great 8. Chicago. III.) 

D12 Tennessee Tech 

D18 at Miami (Fla.) 

D21 Indiana (at Jimmy V Classic. East Ruther- 
ford, NJ.) 

D23 at Louisville 

J2 Howard 

J6 Clemson* 

J8 NC State* 

19 9 9-200 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 

00 Brendan Haywood C Jr 

5 Ed Cota C Sr 

11 Michael Booker G/F Jr 

14 Jonathan Holmes G Fr 

21 Terrence Newby G Sr 

22 Ronald Curry G So, 

24 Max Owens G/F Jr. 

25 Jason Capel F/C So 
40 Joseph Forte G Fr, 
42 Kris Lang F/C So, 
44 Will Johnson F Fr 
50 Brian Bersticker F/C Jr 



SERVICES 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: March 6, 1999: North Carolina 86-Mary- 

land 79 (ACC Tourn. at Charbtte. N.C.) 
Series Record: North Carolina leads. 104-47 



SCHEDULE 

J12 at Wake Forest* 

J15 UCLA 

J18 at Virginia* 

J22 Florida State* 

J26 Maryland* 

J29 at Georgia Tech* 

F3 Duke* 

F6 Clemson* 

F9 at NC State* 

F12 Wake Forest* 

F20 Virginia* 

F23 at Florida State* 

F26 at Maryland* 

M1 Georgia Tech* 

M4 at Duke* 

M9-12 at ACC Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) 

* denotes ACC game 

ROSTER 
Ht. Wt. Hometown 

7-0 271 Greensboro. N.C 

6-1 196 Brooklyn. NY. 

6-6 218 Sandersville, Ga 

6-11 170 Bloomington, Ind. 

6-2 207 Siler City, N.C, 

6-2 200 Hampton, Va, 

6-5 198 Macon, Ga 

6-8 230 Chesapeake. Va. 

6-4 190 Creenbelt, Md. 

6-11 235 Castonia, N.C, 

6-7 210 Hickory. N.C. 

6-10 227 Virginia Beach, Va. 



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Justin Gainev 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Herb Sendek (Carnegie Mellon, 1985) 

Overall Record (Years): 116-70 (6 Years) 

Record at Present School (Years): 53-44 (3 Years) 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 919 515 2104 

Assistant Coaches: Sean Miller (Pittsburgh. 1992), 

Larry Harris (Pittsburgh. 1978), John Croce 

(Taylor, 1994) 



Herb Sendek 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Raleigh, N.C 

Enrollment: 27,529 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Founded: 1887 

Home Arena: Entertainment and Sports Arena 

119,722) 
Chancellor: Dr Marye Anne Fox 
Athletic Director: Les Robinson 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 19-14 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 5th 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 6-10 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



1998-99 Postseason: NIT, Second Round, NC State def Providence, 92-86, Princeton def NC State. 61-58 



T H 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 



Returning Starters 
Justin Camey 
Anthony Crundy 
Kenny Inge 
Damon Thornton 
Tim Wells 



Ht 



Wt. 

180 
168 
217 
237 
203 



Yr. 
Sr 

So 
Jr 
JrR 
Sr 



Pos. 

C 

C 

F 

F 

F 



PPG 

88 

80 

110 

70 

8.2 



RPC 

3,8 

3.0 

61 

6-3 

2.6 



Other Key Returnees: Archie Miller (So R, C), Ron Kelley (Jr, F) 
Key Losses: Ron Anderson (So , F), Ken Bean (Fr, F| 



MED 

Basketball SID: Jason Simon 
Office Phone: 919,515,2102 
Home Phone: 919 858 0253 
Simon's E-mail: jason_simon@ncsu.edu 
Office Fax: 919.515 2898 
Press Row: 919 861.6190 
Radio Play-by-Play: Gary Hahn 
Office Phone: 919 831 9653 
Flagship Radio Station: WPTF-AM 
Website: www.gopack.com 

1999-2000 
Georgia 
Old Dominion 
Stetson 

at Purdue (ACC/Big 10 Challenge) 
Providence 
UNC Asheville 
Liberty 
at Tulane 
Yale 

Western Carolina 
Maryland* 
at North Carolina* 
Virginia* 
Wake Forest* 
at Duke* 

19 9 9 2 I 

Player 

Damien Wilkins 
Anthony Grundy 
Damon Thornton 
Carl Lentz 



SERVICES 




N19 

N23 

N26 

D1 

D4 

D12 

D17 

D22 

D28 

D30 

J6 

J8 

J12 

J16 

J19 

No. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

11 

12 

15 

21 

22 

25 

30 

32 

33 

40 

45 



C H E D U L E 

Georgia Tech* 

at Clemson* 

Arizona State 

Florida State* 

at Maryland* 

North Carolina* 

at Virginia* 

at Wake Forest* 

Duke* 

at Georgia Tech* 

Clemson* 

at Florida State* 
M9-12 at ACC Tournament (Charlotte. N.C.) 
* denotes ACC game 



J22 

J26 

J29 

F2 

F6 

F10 

F12 

F15 

F19 

F24 

F27 

M5 



Brian Keeter 
Archie Miller 
Justin Gamey 
Idris Talib 
Kenny Inge 
John Hampton 
Tim Wells 
Clifford Crawford 
Marshall Williams 
Cornelius Williams 
Ron Kelley 
Benjamin Petty 



9 9 

Pos. 

F 
G 
F 
G 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 
G 
F 
G 
G 
C 
C 
F 



2 

Yr. 

Fr 

So. 

JrR 

So. 

So. 

SoR 

Sr 

So. 

Jr 

So 

Sr 

Fr 

Fr 

Jr 

Jr. 

So. 



Ht. 

6-6 

6-2 

6-8 

6-1 

6-1 

5-9 

6-0 

6-5 

6-8 

6-2 

6-6 

6-3 

6-4 

6-11 

6-8 

6-8 



S 

Wt. 
220 
170 
237 
183 
165 
154 
180 
185 
220 
170 
203 
185 
202 
246 
237 
195 



E R 

Hometown 
Orlando, Fla. 
Louisville. Ky. 
Norfolk, Va 
Virginia Beach, Va 
Cary, N.C. 
Beaver Falls, Pa 
High Point, N C. 
Wilson, N.C 
Virginia Beach. Va 
Bryson City, N.C 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Winston-Salem, N.C 
Milwaukee. Wise 
Ft McClellan, Ala 
Emory, Texas 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



OPPONENTS 

San Francisco 

USF 





WED., NOV. 17. 1999. 8:00 P.M 
PRESEASON NIT 

Phillip Matthews 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: San Francisco, Calif. 

Enrollment: 7800 

Colors: Green and Gold 

Conference: West Coast 

Nickname: Dons 

Founded: 1855 

Home Arena: War Memorial Gymnasium (5,300) 

President: Father John Schlegel, S.J 

Athletic Director: Bill Hogan 




Mi Thomas 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Phillip Matthews |UC Irvine, 19721 
Overall Record (Years): 63-53 (4 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 63-53 (4 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone: 415 422 6950 
Assistant Coaches: John Wade (Eastern Washington. 
1983), Calvin Boyd (Villanova, 1973), Jus- 
tin Piergrossi (Pennsylvania. 1997) 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 12-18 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 7th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 



THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost 4/ 1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 

Returning Starters Ht. Wt. 

Ali Thomas 6-2 175 

LyRyan Russell 6-0 160 

James Lee 6-6 200 

Russell Hinder 6-10 255 

Other Key Returnees: Hondre Brewer (So , 0, Eugene Brown (So., F) 

Key Losses: Gerald Zimmerman (Sr, G), Terrence Moore (Jr., F) 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 4-10 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

YEAR 



Yr. 

Jr 
Jr 
Jr 
So 



Pos. 


PPG 


RPC 


G 


10.9 


34 


G 


7.2 


45 


F 


100 


60 


F 


6.7 


57 



MED 

Basketball SID: Peter Simon 
Office Phone: 415 422 6161 
Home Phone: 650 875 3667 
Simon's E-mail simon@usfca.edu 
Office Fax: 41 5 422 2929 
Press Row: 415.422.2919 
Radio Play-by-Play: Pat Olsen 
Office Phone: 41 5 995 6805 
Flagship Radio Station: KNEW-AM 
Website www usf dons com 

1999-2000 
N17-26 Preseason NIT 
N17 at Maryland 
N21 at Nevada 
N28 at UC Santa Barbara 
N30 Lamar 

D3-4 Northwestern Mutual Classic 
D3 vs Indiana/ Purdue Indianapolis 

D4 Consolation/Championship 

D8 at Fresno State 

D14 Rhode Island 
020 at Nebraska 
D23 San Francisco State 
D30 at Cal Poly SLO 
J 3 Wisconsin-Green Bay 

J7 Boise State 

J13 at Gonzaga" 

19 9 9 

No. Player Pos. 

3 Darrell Tucker F 

11 LyRyan Russell G 

13 Shamrnell Stallworth G 

15 Sean Van Gundy G 

25 Chris Bandeaux G 

30 James Lee F 

31 Shomari Sarpy F 

32 Ali Thomas G 

33 John Cox G 

34 Eddy Harris G 

35 Hondre Brewer C 
44 Glen Summerall F 
50 Russell Hinder F 
52 Eugene Brown F 
54 Kenyon Jones C 



SERVICES 




2 

Yr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 

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



s 


C H E D 


U L E 


J15 


at Portland* 




J21 


Loyola Marymount* 


J22 


Pepperdine* 




J28 


at Pepperdine* 




J29 


at Loyola Marymount" 


F4 


St. Mary's* 




F5 


San Diego* 




F10 


at San Diego* 




F12 


at St. Mary's* 




F16 


Santa Clara* 




F18 


at Santa Clara* 




F25 


Portland* 




F26 


Gonzaga" 




M4-6 


at West Coast Conf Tourn (Santa Clara) 


" denotes West Coast Conference game 





R S T 


E R 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


6-9 


215 


Oakland, Calif 


6-0 


160 


San Francisco, Calif 


6-5 


185 


Fresno, Calif 


6-1 


161 


Ventura, Calif. 


5-10 


170 


New Iberia, La. 


6-6 


200 


Los Angeles. Calif. 


6-9 


210 


Pomona, Calif 


6-2 


175 


San Francisco, Calif 


6-4 


195 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


6-0 


174 


San Francisco. Calif 


6-11 


225 


Oakland, Calif. 


6-4 


190 


Fontana, Calif 


6-10 


225 


Sydney. Australia 


6-9 


220 


Avondale, Ariz 


6-10 


270 


Savannah. Ga, 



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POSSIBLE OPPONENT AT BR&T CLASSIC 
SUN., DEC. 5, 1999. TBA/RAYCOM 

Tommy Amaker 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: South Orange, N.J 

Enrollment: 9.527 

Colors: Blue and White 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Pirates 

Founded: 1856 

Home Arena: Continental Airlines Arena (20,029), 






SUN., FEB. 13, 2000, 3:30 P.M./ ABC 




Walsh Gym (2,600) 
President: Msgr Robert Sheeran 
Athletic Director Jeff Fogelson 

1998-99 Overall Record: 15-15 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 8th 



Shaheen Holloway 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tommy Amaker (Duke, 1987) 

Overall Record (Years): 30-30 (2 Years) 

Record at Present School (Years): 30-30 (2 Years) 

Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 

Office Phone: 973 761 9070 

Assistant Coaches: Rob Jackson (Northeastern. 

1974), Fred Hill (Montclair State, 1981), 

Chris Collins (Duke, 1996) 



LAST 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 8-10 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 



John Chaney 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa 

Enrollment: 30,000 

Colors: Cherry and White 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Owls 

Founded: 1884 

Home Arena: The Forum at The Apollo of Temple ( 10,206) 

President: Peter J. Liacouras 

Athletic Director: Dave O'Brien 

LAST 
1998-99 Overall Record 24-11 
1998-99 Conference Finish: V' (East Division) 



Pepe Sanchez 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: John Chaney (Bethune-Cookman, 1955) 
Overall Record (Years): 605-219 (27 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 380-160 (17 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Media Relations 
Office Phone: 215 204 7443 
Assistant Coaches Dean Demopoulos (West Chester, 
1977), Nate Blackwell (Temple. 1990), Dan 
Leibovitz (Pennsylvania, 1996) 

YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 13-3 

1998-99 Final Rankings: No 14 ESPN/ USA Today 



1998-99 Postseason: NIT Tournament, Old Dominion def Seton Hall. 75-56 

THIS YEAR 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/4 

Returning Starters Ht. 

Rimas Kaukenas 6-4 

Gary Saunders 6-5 

Shaheen Holloway 5-10 

Charles Manga 6-10 

Other Key Returnees: Ty Shine (So . 0, Reggie Garrett (Jr., F) 

Key Losses: Duane Jordan (Sr„ F) 



1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament. No 6 Seed East Region, Temple def Kent, 61-54; Temple def 
Cincinnati, 64-54, Temple def Purdue, 77-55, Duke def Temple, 85-64. 



T H 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 4 1 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9. 



wt. 


Yr 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


Returning Starters 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr, 


Pos 


PPG 


RPG 


214 


Sr 


C 


13.5 


47 


Lamont Barnes 


6-10 


230 


Sr 


F 


129 


67 


211 


Sr 


G 


135 


50 


Mark Karcher 


6-5 


220 


Jr 


F 


13.4 


5.8 


173 


Sr 


G 


93 


28 


Kevin Lyde 


6-9 


240 


So 


C 


74 


5.9 


248 


So 


C 


35 


5.3 


Juan "Pepe" Sanchez 


6-4 


198 


Sr. 


C 


8.2 


52 



Other Key Returnees: Lynn Greer (Jr, G), Ouincy Wadlev (Sr, G) 
Key Losses Rasheed Brokenborough (Sr. G), Damien Reid (GS. F 



I A 



MED 

Basketball SID: Mane Wozniak 

Office Phone: 973.761.9493 

Home Phone: 973.301 9112 

Wozniak's E-mail: wozniama@shu.edu 

Office Fax: 973 761.9061 

Press Row: 201 842.5720 (Continental Airlines Arena) 

Radio Play-by-Play: Warner Fusselle 

Flagship Radio Station: WABC-AM (770) 

Website: www.shu.edu 

1999-2000 
N19 Ouinnipiac 
N27 Drexel 
N29 St. Peter's 

D4-5 at BB&T Classic (MCI Arena, Washington, DC) 
D4 vs. George Washington 

D5 Consolation/Championship 

D11 at Florida State 
D13 Columbia 
D20 Army 
D25 Stony Brook 
D30 Wagner 
J4 Villanova* 

J8 at Georgetown* 

J11 Miami* 

J16 at Pittsburgh* 



SERVICES 



I A 



SERIES INFO 

Last Meeting: Dec 29, 1975, Maryland 104-Se- 

ton Hail 69 (at College Park, Md.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 2-1 



SCHEDULE 

J18 St John's* 

J22 at Syracuse* 

J26 at Boston College* 

J30 at Connecticut* 

F1 Providence 

F5 West Virginia* 

F9 at Rutgers* 

F12 Boston College 

F14 Connecticut" 

F19 Notre Dame* 

F23 Minnesota 

F26 at Villanova' 

F29 at St John's* 

M8-11 at Big East Tournament (New York, NY) 



* denotes Big East game 



Player 
Ty Shine 

Samuel Dalembert 
Shaheen Holloway 
Gary Saunders 
Al Harris 
Rimas Kaukenas 
Darius Lane 
Charles Manga 
Reggie Garrett 
Brian Campbell 
42 Kevin Wilkins 
50 Greg Morton 



9 9 9 

Pos. 



2 

Yr. 
So. 

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



ROSTER 



Ht. 

6-0 

6-11 

5-10 

6-5 

6-8 

6-4 

6-4 

6-10 

6-6 

6-3 

6-7 

6-7 



Wt. 

173 
230 
173 
211 
215 
214 
217 
248 
192 
223 
220 
225 



Hometown 
Augusta, Ga. 
Port-au-Prince, Haiti 
Queens, NY 
New York, N.Y 
Hollywood, Fla 
Vilnius, Lithuania 
Brooklyn Center. Minn. 
Douala, Cameron 
Somerset, N.J. 
Manasguan, NJ. 
Atlantic City, NJ. 
Bronx, N.Y. 



MED 

Basketball SID: Brian Kirschner 

Office Phone: 215 204 7445 

Home Phone: 215 635 2652 

Office Fax: 21 5 204 7499 

Kirschner's E-mail: bkirschn@nimbus temple edu 

Press Row: 215 204 7445 

Radio Play-by-Play: Don Henderson 

Office Phone: 609.882 1053 

Flagship Radio Station: WRTI-90 1 FM 

Website: www owlsports.com 

19 9 9-20 

Miami (Ohio) 

vs Indiana ITip-Off Classic. Springfield, Mass 

at Florida State 

at Wake Forest 

vs Gonzaga (Great 8. Chicago, 

Villanova 

Penn State 

at Cleveland State 

at Wisconsin 

Rhode Island* 

St Joseph's' 

at Fordham* 

at St Bonaventure* 

at La Salle* 

Pennsylvania 

19 9 9- 

Player Pos. 

Greg Jefferson G 

Juan "Pepe" Sanchez C 



SERVICES 




N21 

N26 

N29 

D4 

D8 

D15 

D22 

D27 

D29 

J5 

J8 

J12 

J15 

J18 

J20 



Ronald Blakshear 
Lynn Greer 
Keaton Sanders 
Alex Wesby 
Mark Karcher 
Ronald Rollerson 
Lamont Barnes 
Ouincy Wadley 
Thomas Rouldra 
Kevin Lyde 



Mamsdou Cellou Barry F 






S 


C H E D 


U L E 




J22 


Virginia Tech* 




Bid, Mass) 


J25 


Xavier* 






J29 


Duquesne* 






F1 


at Massachusetts* 




) 


F5 


at Rhode Island* 






F10 


Fordham* 






F13 


Maryland 






F17 


at Dayton* 






F20 


at Cincinnati 






F24 


St Bonaventure* 






F26 


Massachusetts* 






F29 


at St Joseph's* 






M4 


at George Washington* 




M8-11 


at Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament 




* denotes Atlantic 10 game 




! 





R S T 


E R 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


Fr 


6-1 


190 


Los Angeles, Calif 


Sr 


6-4 


198 


Bahia Blanca, Argentina 


Fr 


6-4 


190 


Camilla, Ga 


Jr 


6-1 


165 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Sr 


6-6 


225 


Fort Valley, Ga. 


So 


6-6 


190 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Jr 


6-5 


220 


Baltimore, Md. 


So 


6-10 


290 


Pennsauken, NJ. 


Sr 


6-10 


230 


Hopkinsville, Kv 


Sr 


6-4 


195 


Harnsburg, Pa. 


Jr 


6-7 


205 


Natchez, Miss 


So 


6-9 


240 


Washington, DC. 


6-8 


6-8 


234 


Conakry, Guinea 



§999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



97 



Tulane 





Virginia 




POSSIBLE OPPONENT IN PRESEASON NIT 
FRIDAY, NOV. 19, 1999, TEA 

Ledaryl Billingsley 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Perry Clark (Gettysburg, 1974) 
Overall Record (Years): 165-134 (10 Years] 
Record at Present School (Years): 165-134 (10 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Sports Information 
Office Phone: 504.865.5505 
Assistant Coaches: Julius Smith (Morehouse, 1978), 

Greg Gary (Tulane, 1992), Kim Lewis 

(Tulane, 1995) 




VIRGINIA 



Perry Clark 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: New Orleans, La 

Enrollment: 11,300 

Colors: Olive Green and Sky Blue 

Conference: Conference USA 

Nickname: Green Wave 

Founded: 1834 

Home Arena: Fogelman Arena (3.600) 

President: Dr Scott S. Cowen 

Athletic Director Scott Devins (Interim) 



WED., FEB. 2, 2000, 8:00 P.M./RAYCOM 
SAT., MARCH 4, 2000, 7:00 P.M./ESPN 

Pete Cillen 
GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 
Enrollment: 18,463 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nicknames: Cavaliers, Wahoos. 'Hoos 
Founded: 1819 




Home Arena: University Hall (8,457) 
President: John T. Casteen, III 
Athletic Director Terry Holland 



LAST 

1998-99 Overall Record: 12-15 

1998-99 Conference Finish: T-2nd (National Division) 

1998-99 Postseason: None 



THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 

Returning Starters Ht. 

Ledaryl Billingsley 6-7 

Morris Jordan 6-10 

Dylan Osean 6-4 

Waitan Marsh 6-2 

Other Key Returnees: Sterling Davis (Sr, F), Wade Mason (St., G) 

Key Losses: Byron Mouton (So,, G/F). Ted Kritza (Sr, F) 



YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 6-10 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

YEAR 



LAST 



wt. 


Yr, 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


250 


Jr. 


F 


11.0 


6.8 


235 


Sr. 


F/C 


74 


4.1 


195 


Sr 


G 


84 


2.2 


195 


So. 


G 


6.2 


3.0 



MEDIA 

Basketball SID: Richard Paige 

Office Phone: 504.865.5506 

Home Phone: 504 864.8166 

Paige's E-mail rpaige@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu 

Office Fax: 504 862.8122 

Press Row: 504.862.8122 

Radio Play-by-Play: Ken Berthelot 

Office Phone: 504.865.5625 



SERVICES 



SERIES 

Last Meeting: First Meeting 
Series Record: First Meeting 



INFO 



1998-99 Overall Record: 14-16 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 9th 
1998-99 Postseason: None 

THIS 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/ 5 
Returning Starters Ht. 

Willie Dersch 6-6 

Donald Hand 5-11 

Chezley Watson 6-2 

Chris Williams 6-6 

Other Key Returnees: Adam Hall (So 
Key Losses: Kris Hunter (Sr , C) 

MED 

Basketball SID: Rich Murray 

Office Phone: 804.982 5500 

Home Phone: 804.978.2966 

Office Fax: 804.982 5525 

Press Row: 804 296 5910 

Radio Play-by-Play: Mac McDonald 

Office Phone: 804.982.4680 

Flagship Radio Station: WINA-AM and WQMZ-FM 

Website: www.virginiasports.com 



Donald Hand 
COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Pete Gillen (Fairfield, 1968) 
Overall Record (Years): 288-144 (14 years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 14-16 (1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations Of- 
fice 
Office Phone: 804 982 5400 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Herrion (Merrimack, 1989), 
Walt Fuller (Drexel, 1987). Scott Shepherd 
(Robert Morris, 1991) 
YEAR 

1998-99 Conference Record: 4-12 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 

YEAR 



Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG 


RPG 


210 


Sr 


F/G 


10.2 


2.8 


178 


Jr. 


G 


17.1 


4.8 


201 


Jr. 


G 


8.3 


3.0 


198 


So. 


F/G 


16.8 


7.5 



F/G), Colin Ducharme (Jr., C/F) 



I A 



SERVICES 



S E R I 



E S INFO 

Last Meeting: Feb. 6, 1999: Maryland 88-Virginia 

72 (College Park, Md.) 
Series Record: Maryland leads, 92-57 



nags 


nip Radio station: v 


WL-AM 












19 9 


9 - 2 








s 


C H E D 


U L E 


Website: wwwtulanegreenwave.com 










N19 


Elon College 








J15 


at Clemson* 






19 9 


9 - 2 


s 


C H E D 


U L E 


N21 


Virginia Military Institute 






J18 


North Carolina* 




N17-26 Preseason NIT 






J19 


South Florida* 




N25-27 at Puerto Rico Shootout 






J24 


Virginia Tech (at Richmond) 


N17 


Fordham at Tulane 




J23 


Alabama Birmingham* 




Virginia vs. South Carolina, American Uni- 


J26 


Florida State* 




N21 


Prairie View A&M 




J 24 


New Orleans 






versity of Puerto Rico. Arizona State, 


J30 


at Wake Forest* 




N24 


Nicholls State 






J29 


Houston* 






DePaul, Michigan State, Providence, Texas 


F2 


at Maryland* 


















N30 


at Minnesota 








F5 


at Duke* 




N30 


at Virginia Commonwealth 




F2 


at DePaul 




04 


at St. John's 








F9 


at Georgia Tech* 




D4 


Centenary 






F5 


Southern Mississippi* 


D8 


Loyola (Md.) 








F12 


NC State* 




D8 


Texas A&M 






F9 


Memphis 




D10 


at Hampton 








F15 


Clemson* 




D11 


at Lamar 






F12 


at Alabama Birmingham 


D21 


at Richmond 








F20 


at North Carolina 




D22 


NC State 






F16 


at South Florida* 




D28 


Belmont University 






F26 


at Florida State* 




D29 


Howard 






F19 


Saint Louis* 




J2 


Dartmouth 








M2 


Wake Forest* 




D31 


Southern Methodist 




F26 


at UNC Charlotte" 




J5 


Duke* 








M4 


Maryland* 




J3 


at Louisville* 






M1 


at Memphis* 




J8 


Georgia Tech* 








M9-12 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte. N.C.) 


J8 


at Houston* 






M4 


Marquette* 




J12 


at NC State* 








* denotes ACC game 




J12 


Cincinnati* 






M8-11 


at Conference USA Tourn. (Memphis, Tenn.) 




1 9 


9 9 - 


2 








R S T 


E R 


J15 


at Southern Mississippi* 




* denotes Conference USA 


game 


No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 




Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 




1 9 


9 9 - 


2 


R S T 


E R 


4 


Stephan Dondon 


F 


Jr. 




6-8 


239 


Toulouse, France 


No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


5 


Jason Dowling 


C 


So. 




6-2 


191 


Brooklyn, NY 





Wade Mason 


G 


Sr, 


6-2 


185 


New Orleans, La. 


10 


Chezley Watson 


C 


Jr. 




6-2 


201 


Gainesville, Ga 


3 


Waitari Marsh 


G 


So. 


6-2 


195 


Chicago, III 


11 


Majestic Mapp 


G 


Fr 




6-1 


185 


Bronx, N.Y. 


4 


Ledaryl Billingsley 


F 


Jr. 


6-7 


250 


Chicago. III. 


12 
13 


Keith Friel 
Donald Hand 


G 

G 


Jr. 
Jr. 




6-4 
5-11 


195 
178 


Durham, N.H. 
Paterson, NJ. 


5 


Brandon Brown 


F 


Fr 


6-8 


225 


Houma, La- 


21 


Roger Mason 


G 


Fr. 




6-4 


195 


Silver Spring, Md 


11 


Brandon Spann 


G 


Fr. 


6-1 


185 


New Orleans, La. 


22 


Josh Hare 


G 


Jr. 




6-2 


205 


Vernon, Conn. 


13 


Linton Johnson 


F 


So. 


6-8 


195 


Chicago, III 


24 


Willie Dersch 


G/F 


Sr. 




6-6 


210 


Floral Park, N.Y. 


15 


Trello Galloway 


F 


Fr 


6-7 


200 


Myrtle Beach, S.C. 


30 


Jason Rogers 


C/F 


Fr. 




6-10 


240 


Staunton, Va. 


25 


Dylan Osean 


G 


Sr. 


6-7 


240 


Bedford, Texas 


31 


Adam Hall 


F/C 


So 




6-5 


198 


Katy, Texas 


32 


Sterling Davis 


F 


Sr 


6-7 


240 


Duncanville, Texas 


32 


Cade Lemcke 


G 


So 




6-6 


187 


Hilton, N.Y 


40 


Mario Miles 


G 


Sr. 


6-1 


195 


Chicago. Ill 


33 


Chris Williams 


F/G 


So. 




6-6 


198 


Birmingham, Ala 


44 


Morris Jordan 


F/C 


Sr 


6-10 


235 


New Orleans, La. 


35 
52 


Travis Watson 
Colin Ducharme 


F 
C/F 


Fr 
Jr. 




6-7 
6-9 


245 
243 


Brookneal, Va. 
Richmond, Va, 



93 



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Wake Forest 





OPPONENTS 

Winthrop 




Dave Odom 
GENERAL INFORMAT 

Location: Winston-Salem. N C 

Enrollment: 3.836 

Colors: Old Cold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Founded: 1834 

Home Arena: Lawrence Joel Coliseum (14.407) 

President: Dr Thomas Hearn, Jr 

Athletic Director Ron Wellman 



WED., JAN. 19. 2000, 9:00 P.M./RJ 
SAT., FEB. 19, 2000, 4:00 P.M./RJ 

Robert O'Kelley 
ON COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Dave Odom (Guilford. 1365) 
Overall Record (Years): 237-149 (13 Years) 
Record at Present School (Years): 199-107 (10 Years) 
Best Time to Reach: Through Media Relations 
Office Phone: 336 758.5622 
Assistant Coaches: Frank Haith (Elon. 1988). Ernie 
Nestor (Alderson-Broaddus. 1968). Russell 
Turner (Hamoden-Sydnev. 1992) 




P> 



TUE., DEC. 7, 1999, 8:00 P.M. 




Gregg Marshall 
GENERAL INFORMAT 

Location: Rock Hill. S.C 

Enrollment: 5.600 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Eagles 

Founded: 1886 

Home Arena: Winthrop Coliseum (6.100) 

President: Dr Anthony J. DiCiorgio 

Athletic Director Tom Hickman 



ON 



LAST YEAR 

1998-99 Overall Record: 17-14 1998-99 Conference Record: 7-9 

1 998-99 Conference Finish: 4th 1 998-99 Final Rankings: None 

1998-99 Postseason: NIT. Second Round. Wake Forest def Alabama, 73-57. Xavier def Wake Forest, 87-76 



LAST 



1998-99 Overall Record: 12-8 
1998-99 Conference Finish: 1st 
1998-99 Postseason: NCAA Tournament, 



Tyson Waterman 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Gregg Marshall (Randolph-Macon, 1985) 
Overall Record (Years): 21-8(1 Year) 
Record at Present School (Years): 21-8 (1 Year) 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 900 am -12:00 

pm 
Office Phone: 803 323 2129 ext. 6243 
Assistant Coaches: Jeff Meyer (Taylor. 1976). Shaun 
Golden (Georgia, 1993). Damon 
Stephenson (Pikeville, 1992) 
YEAR 
1998-99 Conference Record: 9-1 
1998-99 Final Rankings: None 
No 16 Seed. South Region; Auburn def Winthrop. I 



■-' 



THIS 



YEAR 



THIS 



YEAR 



Starters Returning/Lost: 3 



Starters Returning/Lost: 4/ 1 










Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 










Lettermen Returning/Lost 11/1 










Returning Starters 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPG RPG 


Returning Starters Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Pos. 


PPC RPG 


Tyson Waterman 


6-0 


185 


Sr. 


G 


3 8 4.3 


Craig Dawson 6-5 


205 


So 


G 


8.1 2 4 


Roger Toxev 


6-3 


180 


Jr. 


G 


4.2 23 


Robert O'Kelley 6-1 


187 


Jr 


G 


175 2.3 


Eyo Eff long 


6-9 


235 


So 


C 


40 3 4 


Darius Songaila 6-9 


239 


So 


F 


12.1 53 


Other Key Returnees: Robbie Waldrop (Jr.. G/F). Adrian Stockman (Sr, G) 




Rafael Vidaurreta 6-9 


255 


Jr 


C 


78 73 


Key Losses: Heson Groves (Sr, F), Jacques Vandescure (Sr. F) 






Other Key Returnees: Niki Annze (So. 


: ). Broderick Hicks (So , 


G) 






M 

=tball SID: Jack Frost 


= D I 


A S 


E R 


VICE 


s 


Key Losses: Joseph Amonett (Sr, G/F! 










Bask 


M E D I 


A S 


E R 


VICE 


S 


Office Phone: 803 323.2129 X6245 










Basketball SID: Chris Capo 










Home Phone: 803.417.6171 












Office Phone: 336 758 5640 










Office Fax: 803.323 2433 
Press Row: 803 323.2156 












Home Phone: 336 774 9054 


S 


E R 1 E S 


INFO 


S 


E R 1 E S 


INFO 


SID E-mail: capojc@wfu.edu 




Last Meeting: Jan 31. 1999, Wake Forest 85-Mary- 


Radio Play-by-Play: Mike Cranston 




Last Meeting: First Meeting 


Office Fax: 336 758.5140 






land 72 (at Winston-Salem. N.C.) 


Office Phone: 704 814 0937 




Series Record: First Meeting 


Press Row: 336,7272945 




Series Record: Wake Forest leads 50-48 


Flagship Radio Station: WRIH-AM, WRHM-AM 








Radio Play-by-Play: Stan Cotten 
Office Phone: 336.768.3400 










y^g^cif-Q' kiAiiui i»iinfhrr\n oHi i/athlofirc 




















19 9 9 


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S 


C H E 


U L E 


Flagship Radio Station: WXII-AM 










N20 


Lee 






J22 


High Point* 




Website: wwwwakeforestsports.com 










N23 


Central Florida 






J24 


at Elon* 




19 9 9-2 





S 


C H E D 


U L E 


N27 


The Citadel 






J27 


Coastal Carolina* 




N20 Campbell 




J19 


at Maryland* 




D2 


at Georgia Southern 




J29 


UNC Asheville* 




N22 at Navy 




J22 


Duke* 




D4 


at Dayton 






F2 


Charleston Southern* 


N27 Md -Eastern Shore 




J27 


at Georgia Tech* 




D7 


at Maryland 






F5 


Liberty" 




N30 Wisconsin (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 


J 30 


Virginia* 




D16 


at Campbell 






F9 


Radford* 




04 Temple 




F2 


at Davidson 




D18 


at Clemson 






F12 


at High Point' 




D11 Georgia (at Atlanta, Ca.) 
D15 UNC Greensboro 




F5 
F8 


at Florida State* 
Clemson* 




D21 


UNC Greensboro 






F16 


Elon* 




D17 High Point 




F12 


at North Carolina 




D29 


USA Aiken 






F19 


Charleston Southern* 


D20 at Arkansas 




F15 


NC State* 




J4 


at Columbia 






F23 


Coastal Carolina* 




D28-30 at Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) 


F19 


Maryland* 




J7 


Lees-McCrae 






F26 


UNC Asheville* 




Wake Forest vs Oregon. Bradley. Colorado, 


F22 


at Duke* 




J10 


William & Mary 






M2-4 


at Big South Tournament 


Conzaga, Hawaii, Ohio, Villanova 


F27 


Georgia Tech* 




J15 


Radford* 








Asheville. N.C 




J4 Florida State" 




M2 


at Virginia* 




J17 


Liberty* 






* denotes Big South game 




J9 at Clemson* 




M9-12 


at ACC Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) 




19 9 


9 - 


2 





R S T 


E R 


J12 North Carolina" 




* denotes ACC game 




No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


J16 at NC State* 










4 


Derrick Knox 


C/F 


Sr 


6-3 


185 


Decatur, Ga 


19 9 9- 


2 





R S T 


E R 


10 


Pierre Wooten 


G 


So 


6-3 


160 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


No. Player Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


20 


Roger Toxey 


G 


Jr 


6-3 


180 


Monroe. N.C 


3 Broderick Hicks G 


So 


6-1 


177 


Houston. Tex 


21 


Robbie Waldrop 


G/F 


Jr 


6-4 


150 


Gastonia, N.C. 


4 Robert O'Kelley G 

5 Josh Howard F 


Jr 
Fr 


6-1 
6-6 


187 
215 


Memphis, Tenn. 
Winston-Salem, N.C 


22 


Adrian Stockman 


G 


Sr 


6-0 


180 


Medina. Ohio 


10 Jim Fitzpatnck G 


Sr 


6-0 


181 


Fairfax. Va 


30 


Anthony Moore 


F 


Fr 


6-6 


185 


Winston-Salem, N.C 


23 Tim Fuller G 


Sr 


6-4 


205 


Woodbndge. Va 


32 


Eric Fisher 


F 


Sr 


6-6 


200 


Maudlin. S.C 


25 Darius Songaila F 


So 


6-9 


239 


Marijampole, Lithuania 


33 


Bryan Fisher 


C/F 


So. 


6-7 


220 


Glendale. Ala. 


31 Ervin Murray G 


So 


6-5 


195 


Teachey. N.C 


41 


Tyson Waterman 


C 


Sr 


6-0 


185 


Hemingway, S.C 


33 Niki Arinze F 


So 


6-5 


230 


Nashville. Tenn. 


42 


Juontonio Pincknev 


c 


Sr 


6-6 


245 


Seabrook, S.C. 


34 Antwan Scott F 


So 


6-8 


208 


New Bern, N.C. 


44 


Eyo Eff iong 


F/C 


So 


6-9 


235 


Lagos, Nigeria 


41 Rafael Vidaurreta C 


Jr 


6-9 


255 


Zaragoza, Spain 


55 


Owen Barnes 


C 


Jr 


6-9 


220 


Malverne, NY 


42 Craig Dawson G 


So 


6-5 


205 


Kinston. N.C. 
















44 Josh Shoemaker C 


Jr. 


6-9 


233 


Gate City. Va 
















52 Tate Decker F/C 


Jr. 


6-10 


225 


Webster Groves, Mo 

















1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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1999-2000 



OPPONENTS 



2000 NCAA Tournament Bracket 



NCAA 



2000 NCAA Division I Men's 

BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 



First Round* Second Round* Regionals Semifinals 

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National 
Championship 



Regionals Second Round* 

Sunday-MarcM9 




"First- and second-round sites will be placed in the bracket by the 
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2000 ACC Tournament Bracket 

47th Annual Basketball Tournament ■ March 9-12, 2000 • Charlotte Coliseum 



Seed #1 



March 9 • 9 p.m. • RJ 



Seed #9 



Seed #4 



XYS. 



March 10 • Noon • RJ/ESPN 
Seed #5 



March 11 • 1p.m. • RJ/ESPN 



Seed #7 



March 9 • 7 p.m. • ESPN 
Seed #8 



Winner of #7 vs. #8 



March 10 • 2 p.m. • RJ/ESPN 
Seed #3 

Seed #4 

March 10 • 7 p.m. • RJ/ESPN 
Seed #6 







Championship 
March 12 • 1p.m. • RJ/ESPN 






ACC Champion 



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Record Bo 



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Tidbits 

'Joe Smith (left), the 
1995 NBA No. f overall 
draft pick, holds Mary- 
land records for scoring 
by a freshman and 
sophomore. 

• Terence Morris needs 
just 243 points to be- 
come the 35th player in 
Maryland history to top 
the 1,000-point plateau. 

• Twice last season 
Maryland broke its 
school record for mar- 
gin of victory, defeating 
western Carolina by 67 
points on Nov. 14, 1998 
and North Texas by 75 
points on Dec. 23, 1998. 



inside... 

Year-By- Year Results 102 

Ail-Time Coaching History 103 

Overall Individual Records 104 

Individual Leaders 105 

Freshman Class Records 1 10 

Sophomore Class Leaders 111 



Junior Class Leaders 


...112 
...113 
...114 
...116 
...117 
...117 
...118 
...119 
...126 
...132 
...133 
...134 
...135 
...136 
...138 


Senior Class Leaders 


Yearly Leaders 


Team Records 


Margin of Victory 


100-Point Games 


Year-By- Year Statistics 

Came-By-Came Results 

Series Vs. Opponents 

Series Records 


ACC Series Anatomies 


n-Season Tournaments 
Post-Season Tournament 
NCAA Tournament Records.. 
National Rankings 




ALL 



TIME 



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RECORD BOOK 




Year-By-Year Results 



Year 


Win 


LOSS 


Pet. Rank PPC 


PPC 


Win Loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Win Loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Coach Postseason 


1904-05 





2 


.000 






















1910-11 


3 


9 


.250 


21.8 


36.3 


















1913-14 




























1918-19 


1 


5 


.167 


14.3 


29.3 


















1923-24 


5 


7 


.417 


23.3 


23.7 


1 


2 


.333 


11th 


1 1 


.500 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 


23.6 


21.0 


3 


1 


.750 


4th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1925-26 


14 


3 


.824 


29.1 


20.6 


7 


1 


.875 


4th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1926-27 


10 


10 


500 


27.3 


31.1 


6 


4 


.600 


9th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 


27.8 


22.0 


8 


1 


.889 


4th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 


24.8 


28.8 


2 


5 


.286 


21st 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1929-30 


16 


6 


.727 


34.2 


262 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H Burton Shipley 


1930-31 


18 


4 


818 


32.6 


24.9 


8 


1 


.889 


2nd 


2 


1.000 


Champions 


H. Burton Shipley 


1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 


34.5 


20.1 


8 


2 


.800 


1st 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 


32.9 


32.8 


7 


3 


.700 


3rd 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 


32.6 


31.0 


6 


1 


.857 


3rd 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1934-35 


8 


10 


.444 


33.7 


33.9 


4 


5 


444 


5th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


1935-36 


14 


6 


.700 


39.6 


35.5 


3 


3 


.500 


4th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1936-37 


8 


12 


.400 


373 


34.7 


4 


8 


333 


10th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H, Burton Shipley 


1937-38 


15 


9 


.625 


378 


34.9 


7 


4 


.636 


7th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1938-39 


15 


9 


.625 


401 


36.4 


8 


3 


.727 


3rd 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1939-40 


14 


9 


.609 


39.0 


35.7 


7 


4 


.636 


5th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 


300 


47.2 





13 


.000 


15th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


1941-42 


7 


15 


318 


36.4 


43.5 


3 


8 


.273 


13th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


1942-43 


8 


8 


.500 


44.8 


41.9 


5 


5 


.500 


9th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


1943-44 


4 


14 


.222 


31.2 


51.0 


2 


1 


667 


4th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1944-45 


2 


14 


.125 


35.6 


44.2 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1945-46 


9 


12 


.429 


37.8 


43.2 


5 


5 


.500 


5th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1946-47 


14 


10 


.583 


50.0 


53.2 


9 


4 


.692 


5th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1947-48 


11 


14 


.444 


53.6 


56.0 


9 


.7 


.563 


4th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1948-49 


9 


18 


.333 


52.6 


59.4 


8 


7 


.533 


8th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 


1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 


58.2 


60.1 


5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNP 






Flucie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 


52.3 


52.6 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Flucie Stewart 


1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 


51.9 


50.7 


9 


5 


.643 


7th 


1 


.000 


First Round 


• BudMillikan 


1952-53 


15 


8 


652 


61.1 


54.3 


12 


3 


.800 


3rd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 20 65.3 


55.7 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 


65.5 


61.9 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 


66.7 


64.8 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 


64.6 


61.5 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1957-58 


22 


7 


759 


6 69.1 


57.6 


9 


5 


.643 


4th 


3 


1.000 


Champions 


Bud Millikan NCAA Elite Eight (2-1 


1958-59 


10 


13 


.435 


59.3 


57.6 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 


65.0 


56.3 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 


672 


61.2 


6 


8 


.750 


4th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 


69.9 


67.6 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 


64.2 


71.6 


4 


10 


.286 


T6th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 


702 


75.5 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1964-65 


18 


8 


.692 


73.4 


68.8 


10 


4 


,714 


T2nd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 


71.6 


68.4 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 


64.9 


65.1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 


68.8 


73.9 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1968-69 


8 


18 


.308 


78.8 


84.1 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 


76.1 


74.7 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Dnesell 


1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 


750 


73.4 


5 


9 


.357 


T6th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Dnesell 


1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


14 76.4 


65.8 


8 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Dnesell NIT Champions (4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


8 87.1 


74.2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell NCAA Elite Eight (1-1 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


4 85.7 


69.0 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


5 89.9 


74.6 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell NCAA Elite Eight (2-1 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


88.2 


74.3 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 



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1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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: 






■ 



- 
■ 




Year 
1976-77 

1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 



A L 

Overall 
Win Loss 

19 8 

15 

19 

24 

21 

16 

20 

24 

25 

19 

9 
18 

9 
19 
16 
14 
12 
18 
26 
17 
21 
21 
28 



13 
11 

7 

10 
13 
10 

8 
12 
14 
17 
13 
20 
14 
12 
15 
16 




Pet. 

704 
.536 
.633 
.774 
.677 
.551 
.667 
.750 
.676 
.576 
.346 
.581 
.310 
.576 
.571 
.493 
.429 



12 .600 
8 .765 



13 

11 

11 

6 



.567 

.656 
.656 
.824 



10 

22 
20 
5 



PPG 
78.3 
82.1 
77.9 
3.0 
75.9 
61.3 
74.1 
74.7 
70.3 
70.4 
71.7 
75.8 
69.2 
83.2 
80.2 
81.0 
79.8 
80.0 
86.7 
81.3 
75.2 
78.8 
84.5 




Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 



58.8 
71.4 
67.2 
65.0 
65.6 
73.3 
71.8 
74.2 
77.7 
79.4 
78.9 
79.5 
73.2 
73.9 
76.3 
66.8 
72.1 
66.4 



5 
9 
6 
3 

6 

5 9 

8 6 

9 5 
8 6 

6 8 

14 
6 8 

1 13 
6 
5 
5 
2 
8 

12 

8 

9 
10 
13 



.583 

.250 
.500 
.786 
571 
.357 
.571 
.643 
.571 
.429 
.000 
.429 
.071 
8 .429 



9 
11 
14 



.357 
.313 
.125 
.500 
.750 
.500 
.562 
.625 
.813 



Finish 

4th 

6th 

4th 

1st 

4th 

5th 

T3rd 

2nd 

T4th 

6th 

8th 

5th 

8th 

T5th 

7th 

8th 

T4th 

T4th 

T1st 

T4th 

T4th 

3rd 

2nd 



CORD 

Conference Tournament 

Win Loss Pet. Finish 

1 .000 Quarterfinals 

1 1 .500 Semifinals 

1 1 .500 Semifinals 

2 1 .667 Finals 

2 1 .667 Finals 

1 .000 Quarterfinals 

1 .000 Quarterfinals 

3 1.000 Champions 

1 .000 Quarterfinals 

1 1 .500 Semifinals 

1 .000 Quarterfinals 

1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 .000 Quarterfinals 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

DNP 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 .000 Quarterfinals 

1 .000 Semifinals 

1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 
1 1 .500 Semifinals 



Coach 

Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Lefty Driesell 
Bob Wade 
Bob Wade 
Bob Wade 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 



Postseason 



NIT Second Round (2-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (1-1) 
NCAA Second Round (1-1) 
NIT Second Round (2-1) 
NCAA Second Round (1-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (1-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 
NCAA Second Round (1-1) 

NCAA Second Round (1-1) 

NIT Second Round (1-1) 



NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 
NCAA First Round (0-1) 
NCAA First Round (0-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 




-Time Coaching History 






h. Burton Shipley 

1923-24 to 1946-47 
24 seasons 

Overall: 243-199 (.550) 
Southern Conf -124-91 (.577 




Flueie Stewart 

1947-48 to 1949-50 
3 seasons 

Overall: 27-48 (.360) 
Southern Conf.: 22-27 




Bud Millikan 

1950-51 to 1966-67 

17 seasons 

Overall: 243-182 (.572) 

SC/ACC: 130-109 (.544) 



Frank Fellows 

1967-68 to 1968-69 
2 seasons 

Overall: 16-34 (.320) 
ACC: 6-22 (.214) 



4 Ik 

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Charles 'Lefty' Driesell 

1969-70 to 1985-86 
17 seasons 

Overall: 348-159 (.686) 
ACC: 122-100 (.550) 



Bob wane 

1986-87 to 1988-89 
3 seasons 

Overall: 36-50 (.419) 
ACC: 7-35 (.167) 



Gary Williams 

1989-90 to present 

10 seasons 

Overall: 192-118 (.619) 

ACC: 78-78 (.500) 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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Overall individual Records 



Came: 
Season: 

Fr.: 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sim 



Scoring 

44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 

776 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

582 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

708 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

701 Len Bias (1984-85) 

776 Walt Williams (1991-92) 



Career: 2.149 Len Bias (1982-86) 

Scoring Average 

Season: 268 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

Fr.: 19 7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 212 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

Jr.: 23.3 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

Sr.: 26.8 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

Career: 20 5 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

Rebounds 

Came: 26 Len Elmore vs. Wake Forest (2-27-74) 

Season: 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

Fr.: 323 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

So.: 362 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 363 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

Sr: 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

Career: 1,053 Len Elmore (1971-74) 



Season: 

Fr.: 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 



Came: 
Season: 

Fr.: 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 



Came: 

Season: 

Fr.: 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 



Rebounding Average 

14.7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

10.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

11.0 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

12.2 Will Hertzel (1968-69) 

14.7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

12.2 Len Elmore (1971-74) 

Assists 

15 Terrell Stokes vs. Western Carolina (11-14-98) 

221 Keith Catlin (1984-85) 

178 John Lucas (1972-73) 

221 Keith Catlin (1984-85) 

204 Keith Catlin (1985-86) 

213 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

649 Keith Catlin (1983-88) 

steals 

9 Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 

9 Johnny Rhodes vs American (12-23-95) 

110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

71 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

78 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

95 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

344 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96 



Blocked Shots 

Came: 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 

12 Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

Season: 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Fr.: 99 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

So.: 97 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 114 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

Sr.: 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Career: 339 Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

Field Coal Percentage 

Came: 10-10 Lonny Baxter vs North Texas (12 : 23-98) 

Season: 647 Buck Williams (1980-81) (183-283) 

So.: 606 Buck Williams (1979-80) (143-236) 

Jr.: .643 Greg Manning (1979-80) (196-305) 

Sr.: 647 Buck Williams (1980-81) (183-283) 

Career: 615 Buck Williams (1978-81) (446-725) 

Field Coals Made 

Came: 18 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 
Consecutive in Came: 

10 Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
10 Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 
10 Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Consecutive in Multiple Games: 

15 Greg Manning (over two games during the 
1980- 81 season; also an ACC record) 
Season: 275 Albert King (1979-80) 
Fr. 190 John Lucas (1972-73) 

So.: 253 John Lucas (1973-74) 
Jr.: 275 Albert King (1979-80) 
Sr.: 270 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Career: 862 Albert King (1977-81) 
862 John Lucas (1972-76) 



Field Coals Attempted 

34 Gene Shue vs Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 

542 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

395 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

495 John Lucas (1973-74) 

527 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

542 Walt Williams (1991-92) 



Game: 
Season: 

Fr.: 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 1.673 Albert King (1977-81) 



Came: 
Season: 

Fr. 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 



J-Point Field Goals Made 

7 Walt Williams vs. Florida State (2-5-92) 

89 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

40 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

89 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

186 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



J-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Game: 11 Walt Williams vs. Clemson (2-22-92) 

Season: 240 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

Fr. 175 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

So.: 129 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

Jr.: 164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

Sr.: 240 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

Career: 557 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



Free Throws Made 

Came: 17 Tom McMillen vs Canisius (12-17-71) 
Consecutive in Game: 

15 Albert King vs. Boston University (2-11-8 
Consecutive in Multiple Games: 

32 Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 

32 Len Bias (1985-86) 





32 Bob O'Brien (1954-57) 


Season: 


213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 


Fr. 


168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


So.: 


209 Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Jr.: 


162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


Sr.: 


213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 


Career: 


576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Free Throws Attempted 


Game: 


24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington (12-9-96) 


Season: 


297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 


Fr. 


229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


SO.: 


282 Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Jr.: 


214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


Sr.: 


297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 


Career: 


824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 



Games Played 

Season: _ 37 Len Bias (1984-85) 

37 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

Career: 131 Len Bias (1982-86) 

Consecutive in a Career: 

126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

Games started 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1984-85) 

37 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Career: 126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Consecutive in a Career: 

126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Len Bias 



Keith Booth 



Len Elmore 



Keith Catlin 



Johnny Rhodes 



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44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (1 2-20-78) 
43 AlBunge vs. Yale (1-4-60) 
41 Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 
40 Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-95) 

Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (SC Tournament; 3-6-53) 

7 39 Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest (1-22-92)* 

T8 38 Walt Williams vs Clemson (ACC Tournament 3-12-92) 
Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92)* 
Albert King vs Clemson (ACC Tournament. 2-29-80I 
Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 
Howard White vs South Carolina (12-16-70) 

13 36 Evers Burns vs Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

T14 35 Exree Hipp vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 
Jerrod Mustaf vs Duke (2-10-90) 
Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 
Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71) 

T18. 34 Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 

Tony Massenburg vs Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
John Lucas vs NC State (1-28-76) 
John Lucas vs Wake Forest (1-10-76) 
Gary Ward vs Wake Forest (2-7-66) 

T23 33 Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech [ACC Tournament. 3-9-96) 
Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Utah (11-22-94) 
Joe Smith vs. Rider (11-30-93) 
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 (12-17-71) 
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) 

T37 32 Laron Profit at Florida State (2-27-99) 
Steve Francis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 
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) 

T46 31 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) 
John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 
John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

T54 30 Johnny Rhodes vs Kentucky (11-24-95) 
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 NC State (1-11-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. Rutgers (12-27-90) 
Walt Williams vs Boston College (12-3-90) 
Jerrod Mustaf vs Delaware State (11-25-89) 
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. NC State (1-16-75) 
Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 

* Denotes consecutive games during the 1991-92 season 




1. 

2. 

3 

4. 

5 

6 

7 

8. 

9 

10. 

11. 

12 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16 



776 

743 
708 
701 
674 
671 
667 
654 
624 
616 
609 
605 
582 
579 
564 
559 



T17 557 



19 


541 


20. 


524 


21. 


521 


22. 


518 


23 


512 


24 


510 


25 


506 



1. 

: 

3 

4 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11 

12. 

13 

14 

15 

16. 

17 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 

27 

28. 



2.149 
2.058 
2.017 
2,015 
1.807 
1,776 
1.743 
1,704 
1,607 
1,566 
1,561 
1,457 
1.386 
1.372 
1,370 
1,354 
1,315 
1,300 
1,290 
1,266 
1,244 
1,235 
1,219 
1,198 
1,172 
1,161 
1.153 
1.123 




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 (1972-731 
Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Steve Francis (1998-99) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Terence Morris (1998-99) 
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) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Greg Manning (1977-81) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
Gene Shue (1951-54) 
Exree Hipp (1993-96) 
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) 
Obmna Ekezie (1996-99) 
Maurice Howard (1972-76) 
Buck Williams (1978-81) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 
Gary Ward (1963-67) 
Keith Gatlm (1984-1 
Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 
Brad Davis (1974-76) 
Len Elmore (1971-74) 
Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 



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1. 26.8 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 23 3 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

3. 23.2 Len Bias (1985-86) 

4. 22.1 Gene Shue (1952-53) 

5. 21.8 Cene Shue (1953-54) 
6 21.7 Albert King (1979-80) 

7. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

T8. 20 8 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

10. 20.4 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

11. 20.3 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

12. 20.1 John Lucas (1975-76) 



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 (1972-76) 

5. 18.0 Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

6. 17.4 Albert King (1977-81) 

7 16.6 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-90) 

8 16.2 Walt Williams (1988-92) 



E C O R D 


B 


O O H 




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. 


671 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


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15. 


651 


Rod Horst (1968-70) 


16. 


636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


17 


634 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 




18. 


629 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


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19 


615 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


20 


586 


Tom Roy (1973-75) 




21. 


582 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


T22. 


572 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 








Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


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24. 


570 


Rodney Elliott (1995-1998) 


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25 


546 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 



Rebounding Average 



Rebounds 




26 LenElmcreatWakeForest(2-27-74) 
24 LenElmorevs.KentState(1-2-73) 

Will Hetzel vs. W. Virginia (12-4-68) 
2 3 Derrick Lewis at J. Madison (1 -28-87) 
22 Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 
Buck Williams at UNLV (12-4-78) 
Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (2-26-58) 
Bob Kessler vs GeoYgetown (2-25-56) 
21 Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 
Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 
Len Elmore vs. No. Carolina (2-1 3-74) 
Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky (12-5-73) 
T14. 20 Joe Smith vs. Florida St. (1-11 -94) 
Tony Massenburg at Ga. Tech (2-13-90) 
Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1 -2-74) 



T9 




1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2. 14.0 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

3. 12.6 Al Bunge (1959-60) 

4. 12.2 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

5. 11.7 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

6. 11.2 Len Elmore (1972-73) 
7 11.1 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

8. 11.0 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

9. 10.8 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
T10. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Bob McDonald (1960-61) 



1 12.2 Len Elmore (1971-74) 
T2 10.9 Buck Williams (1978-81) 
Bob Kessler (1953-54) 

4. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

5. 10.6 Al Bunge (1957-60) 



Assists 



2. 

3 

4. 
5 
6. 
T7 

9. 

10. 

11. 



412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

363 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

362 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

351 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

336 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

323 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

321 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

Tom Roy (1974-75) 

318 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

314 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

306 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 



1,053 Len Elmore (1971-74) 

948 Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

928 Buck Williams (1978-81) 

916 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

895 Larry Gibson (1975-80) 

859 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

849 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

795 Al Bunge (1957-60) 

745 Len Bias (1982-86) 




1. 15 

2 14 

T3. 13 

T5. 12 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5 

6 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11 



221 
213 

204 
178 
175 
172 
165 
162 
159 
154 
152 



T12. 149 



14. 
15. 



148 
143 



Terrell Stokes vs. W,Carc*ia(11-14-98) 
TerrellStokesvs.TowsonSt(11-30-96) 
Steve Francis vs. Virginia (2-6-99) 
Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 
Terrell Stokes vs. S.C. St. (1 2-27-98) 
Terrell Stokes vs. Missouri (2-1 8-96) 
Kevin McLmton vs. NC State ( 1 -26-91 ) 
Keith Gatlin vs. Navy (3-17-85) 
Keith Gatlin at No. 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) 
ich Porac vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 

Keith Gatlin (6.0 apg; 1984-85) 
Terrell Stokes (6.3 apg; 1998-99) 
Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 1985-86) 
John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1972-73) 
Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 1992-93) 
Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1987-88) 
Brad Davis (5.9 apg; 1975-76) 
Duane Simpkins (4.8 apg; 1994-95) 
John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1973-74) 
Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg; 1991-92) 
Steve Francis (4.5 apg; 1998-99) 
Terrell Stokes (4.7 apg; 1997-98) 
Walt Williams (4.5 apg; 1989-90) 
Keith Gatlin (4.6 apg; 1983-84) 
Terrell Stokes (4.5 apg; 1996-97) 



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1. 649 Keith Catlin (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 

2. 590 Terrell Stokes (4.6 apg. 1996-99) 

3 514 John Lucas (4.7 apg. 1972-76) 

4 483 Duane Simpkins (41 apg; 1993-961 

5 469 Kevin McLinton (5.2 apg; 1989-93) 

6 460 Dutch Morley (3.8 apg, 1978-82) 

7 437 Johnny Rhodes (3.6 apg; 1993-96) 

8 431 Brad Davis (5.1 apg. 1974-77) 

9 410 Walt Williams (3.9 apg; 1988-92) 

10 360 Jeff Adkins (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 




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Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. American (1 2-23-95) 
Terrell Stokes vs. S.C State (12-27-98) 
Laron Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-97) 
Johnny Rhodes 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 (11-23-91 ) 
Steve Francis vs Clemson (2-24-99) 
Steve Francis vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
Laron Profit vs. Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 
S 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 St. (11-30-96) 
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 (11-30-94) 
Johnny 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) 



Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spg; 1995-96) 
Steve Francis (2.8 spg; 1998-99) 
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) 
Laron Profit (2.0 spg; 1998-99) 
Terrell Stokes (2.0 spg; 1998-99) 
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 (17 spg; 1989-90) 
Joe Smith (15 spg; 1994-95) 
Terence Morris (15 spg; 1998-99) 
Juan Dixon (1.5 spg, 1998-99) 
Evers Burns (1.7 spg; 1992-93) 
Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg; 1991-92) 
Kevin McLinton (16 spg. 1992-93) 
Greg Nared (1.6 spg; 1988-89) 
Derrick Lewis (1.5 spg; 1987-88) 
Adrian Branch (12 spg; 1984-85) 





Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg; 1993-96) 
Laron Profit (2.1 spg; 1996-99) 
Keith Booth (1.53 spg; 1994-97) 
Terrell Stokes (1.49 spg; 1996-99) 
Walt Williams (17 spg, 1988-92) 
Dutch Morley (14 spg; 1978-82) 
Derrick Lewis (1.1 spg. 1984-88) 
Kevin McLinton (1.5 spg; 1989-93) 
Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
Duane Simpkins (1.1 spg; 1993-96) 
Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 
Evers Burns (1.0 spg; 1989-93) 
Jeff Adkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 
Adrian Branch (0 9 spg; 1981-85) 



Blocked Shots 





T1. 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 
Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

T3 10 Derrick Lewis vs. Md.-E Shore (2-27-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Md.-Balt County (2- 18-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Towson State (2-21-85) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee (11-24-84) 

T7. 8 Cedric Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 
Cedric Lewis vs. Md.-Balt. County (1 -7-91 ) 
Cedric Lewis vs. Calif .-Irvine (12-11-90) 
Larry Gibson vs. St Joseph's (12-29-78) 

T11. 7 Joe Smith vs. Loyola (11-29-94) 
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.-E. Shore (12-13-84) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Cleveland State (12-5-84) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Md.-E. Shore (12-1 -88) 
Larry Gibson vs. Syracuse (12-24-76) 
Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 



Cedric Lewis (51 bpg; 1990-91) 
Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1986-87) 
Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 
Joe Smith (2.9 bpg; 1994-95) 
Joe Smith (31 bpg; 1993-94) 
Terence Morris (2 3 bpg, 1998-99) 
Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 
Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg; 1976-77) 
Larry Gibson (19 bpg; 1978-79) 
Larry Gibson (2 bpg, 1977-78) 
Derrick Lewis (1.8 bpg; 1987-88) 
Cedric Lewis (1.5 bpg; 1989-90) 

Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) 

Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) 
Joe Smith (3.0 bpg; 1994-1995) 
Larry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1975-79) 
Obmna Ekezie (11 bpg; 1996-99) 
Terence Morris (1 6 bpg; 1998-Pr.) 
Tony Massenburg (0.9 bpg; 1985-90) 
Len Bias (0.7 bpg, 1982-86) 
Buck Williams (1.0 bpg; 1978-81) 
Walt Williams (08 bpg, 1988-92) 
Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 
Laron Profit (0.6 bpg; 1996-99) 
Keith Booth (0.5 bpg; 1994-97) 
Evers Burns (0.6 bpg, 1990-93) 
Mike Davis (1.4 bpg; 1977-78) 
Johnny Rhodes (0.5 bpg; 1993-96) 



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143 ( 


2. 


114 I 


3. 


99 I 


4 


97 . 


5 


93 . 


6 


77 " 


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/1 I 


8. 


67 I 


9 


58 I 


10. 


57 1 


11. 


Sb I 


12 


49 ( 




1. 


339 


2. 


239 


3. 


190 


4. 


182 


5. 


125 


6. 


106 


7 


97 


8 


87 


9. 


86 


10. 


81 


11. 


75 


T12 


72 


14. 


64 


T15 


62 



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(min. 8 att.) 



1.000 (10-10) Lonny Baxter vs. No. Texas (12-23-98) 

(9-9) Steve Francis vs. NC State (1 -10-99) 

Obinna Ekezie vs Amencan (12-21-96) 

Joe Smith vs. Clemson (1-25-95) 

Buck Williams vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

(8-8) GaryWiamsvs.S.Carolma(12-10-66) 

(8-8) CtegMarmgvsFLYkinson(12-10«)) 

Ben Coleman vs Duquesne(12-10-83) 

Ben Coleman vs Wake Forest (2-26-84) 



SEASON (min. 100 att.) 



(183-283) Buck Williams (1980-81) 

(196-305) Greg Manning (1979-80) 

(102-167) Charles Pittman (1981 -82) 

(194-319) Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

(143-236) Buck Williams (1979-80) 



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1. 


.615 


(446-725) Buck Williams (1978-81) 




2. 


589 


(376-638) Ben Coleman (1983-84) 










3. 


583 


(623-1068) Greg Manning (1977-81) 




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4 


576 


(438-760) Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


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5. 


.555 


(699-1,259) Tom McMillen (1971-74) 










6. 


.551 


(484-878) Larry Gibson (1975-79) 








7 


550 


(451-819) Joe Smith (1994-95) 




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8. 


547 


(485-886) Maurice Howard (1973-76) 






mm 




9. 


.542 


(286-528) Terence Morris (1998-Pr) 










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11. 
12. 
13. 

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536 
.535 
530 
.525 


(564-1,044) Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 
(838-1,562) Len Bias (1983-86) 
(386-721) Brad Davis (1975-77) 
(491-927) Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 
(393-748) JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 




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(862-1,643) John Lucas (1973-76) 


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16. 
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515 


(524-1,001) TMassenburg(1986,88-90) 
(862-1,673) Albert-King (1978-81) 



Field Coals Made 




1. 

2 

3 

4 

5. 

6 

7 

8 

9. 

10. 

T11. 



275 

J 7 4 
270 
267 
256 
253 
250 
245 
236 
235 
233 



13 232 



T1. 862 



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4. 
5 
6 
7. 
8 
9. 
T10. 



838 
767 
699 
686 
684 
623 
589 
583 



12. 


564 


13. 


547 


14. 


545 


T15 


524 




524 



SON 



Albert King (1979-80) 
Len Bias (1984-85) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Len Bias (1985-86) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
Albert King (1980-81) 

Albert King (1977-81) 
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 (1994-97) 
Laron Profit (1996-98) 
Walt Williams (1988-92) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 
Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
Evers Burns (1989-93) 
Exree Hipp (1993-96) 
Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 



Field Coals Attempted 


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542 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 529 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

3. 527 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

4. 519 Len Bias (1984-85) 

5. 497 Albert King (1979-80) 

6. 495 John Lucas (1973-74) 

7 491 Len Bias (1985-86) 

8 469 Gene Shue (1953-54) 

9 468 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

10 462 Albert King (1980-81) 

11. 456 John Lucas (1975-76) 

12. 454 Ernest Graham (1978-79) 
13 446 Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 
14. 437 Keith Booth (1996-97) 
15 428 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 




Albert King (1977-81) 
John Lucas (1972-76) 
Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
Len Bias (1982-86) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Ernest Graham (1977-81) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
Walt Williams (1988-92) 
Will Hetzel (1967-70) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Jay McMillen (1964-67) 
Evers Burns (1989-93) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Greg Manning (1977-81) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 



3-Point Field Coals Made 




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 Gatlm (1987-88) 


T6. 


48 


Matt Roe (1990-91) 






Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


T8. 


45 


Steve Francis (1998-99) 
Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 
Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


T11. 


42 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 
Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 


T13. 


40 


Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


15 


38 


Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 




1. 


186 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


2 


154 


Walt Williams (1988-92) 


3. 


136 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


4 


132 


Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 


5 


130 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


6 


105 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


7 


89 


Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 


8. 


84 


Exree Hipp (1993-1996) 


9. 


62 


Mario Lucas (1993-96) 


10 


61 


Steve Hood (1986-88) 


11 


59 


John Johnson (1985-89) 


12 


56 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86. 1987-88) 


T13 


48 


Rudy Archer (1987-88) 




48 


Matt Roe (1990-91) 



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240 


Walt Williams (1991-92) 


2. 


173 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


3 
4 
5. 


164 
156 
151 


Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 
Matt Roe (1990-91) 
Laron Profit (1997-98) 


6. 


13b 


Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 


7 


131 


Sarunas Jaslkevicius (1996-97 


8. 


129 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


9 


122 


Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


10. 


120 


Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


11 
12. 
13 
14 
15 


117 
116 
113 
105 
100 


Laron Profit (1997-98) 
Steve Francis (1998-99) 
Keith Catlin (1987-88) 
Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 
Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 



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12 
13 
T14. 



557 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

429 Walt Williams (1988-92) 

363 Sarunas Jaslkevicius (1995-98) 

326 Laron Profit (1996-99) 

320 Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 

316 Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 

286 Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

235 Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 

171 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 

156 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

148 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

128 Rodney Elliott (1995-98) 

116 Steve Francis (1999-) 

113 Terence Morris (1998-Pr) 

Keith Catlin (1983-86. 1987-88) 



Free Throw Percentage 


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(13-13) Len Bias vs N. Carolina (2-20-86) 
(13-13) LeeBrawleyvs N.Carolina (1-2-51) 
(12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Ky. (11-24-95) 
(12-12) Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 
(12-12) TMassenburg at Penn St. (3-19-90) 
(12-12) Bill Stasiulatis vs W. Forest (3-3-61 ) 
(12-12) LeeBrawlevvs.N.Carolina(1-2-51) 
(12-12) Bob Kessler vs. G Washmgton(1-5-56) 
(11-11) Duane Simpkins vs Virginia (3-5-94) 
(10-10) Tom Milroy vs. Penn St (11-30-68) 
( 10- 10) Jem/ Bechtle vs N. Carolina (2-23-60) 

13 929(13-14) Walt Williams vs. N. Carolina (1-10-90) 



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Greg Manning (1979-80) 


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Len Bias (1985-86) 


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Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


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Keith Catlin (1984-85) 


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(66-77) 


Greg Manning (1978-79) 




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(315-367) 


Greg Manning (1977-81) 


2. 


836 


(122-146) 


Dutch Morley (1979-82) 


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3 


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(44-53) 


Juan Dixon (1999-Pr.) 


4 


.813 


(100-123) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


5 


.812 


(311-383) 


Duane Simpkins (1993-95) 


6. 


.803 


(301-375) 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 




7 


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(85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959-61) 


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(409-512) 


Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


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Len Bias (1983-86) 


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Keith Catlin (1983-88) 


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Brad Davis (1975-77) 


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784 


(145-185) 


Terence Morns(1998-Pr.) 




1. 


213 


Keith Booth (1996-97) 


T2 


209 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 
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 Hetzel (1968-69) 


T13. 


134 


Obinna Ekezie (1997-98) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


15. 


133 


Jim Halleck (1956-57) 




1 


576 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2 


470 


Len Bias (1982-86) 


3. 


454 


Adrian Branch (1981-85) 


4 


409 


Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


5 


386 


Bob Kessler (1953-56) 


6 


384 


Walt Williams (1988-92) 


7 


377 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


8 


356 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


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 




I 297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 
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) 

II 197 Len Bias (1984-85) 

12. 191 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

T13 182 Bob Everett (1954-55) 
Buck Williams (1980-81) 

15. 177 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 



1. 


824 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 


607 


Adrian Branch (1981-85) 


3. 


591 


Len Bias (1982-86) 


4. 


587 


Bob Kessler (1953-56) 


5 


544 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


6 


512 


Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


7 


511 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


8 


504 


Walt Williams (1988-92) 


9 


487 


Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 


10 


476 


Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 


T11 


431 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Albert King (1977-81) 


13. 


420 


Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 


14 


419 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 


15 


389 


AlBunge (1957-60) 



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Freshman Class Leaders 



582 
442 
425 
392 
381 
371 
369 

8. 364 

9. 363 

10. 338 



11. 
12. 



324 

316 



13. 300 

14. 269 

15. 250 



Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
John Lucas (1972-73) 
Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
Steve Hood (1986-87) 
Brad Davis (1974-75) 
Brian Williams (1987-88) 
Greg Manning (1977-78) 
Keith Booth (1993-94) 
Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
Buck Williams (1978-79) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 
Juan Dixon (1998-99) 



SCORING AVC 



1. 19 7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

2. 15.2 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 

3. 14.3 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
T4. 14 2 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

14.2 John Lucas (1972-73) 

Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Brad Davis (1974-75) 
Brian Williams (1987-88) 
Greg Manning (1977-78) 
Larry Gibson (1975-76) 
Exree Hipp (1992-93) 
Keith Booth (1993-94) 
Buck Williams (1978-79) 
Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 



14.0 
13 6 
128 
12.3 
121 
11.8 



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1. 323 Buck Williams (1978-79) 

2. 322 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

3. 241 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

4. 202 Jerrod Mustaf (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. 116 Lonny Baxter (1998-99) 

15. 113 Terence Morris (1997-98) 




Joe Smith 

I. 178 John Lucas (1972-73) 
2 148 Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 
3. 134 Brad Davis (1974-75) 

4 128 Dutch Morley (1978-79) 

5 111 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

6 91 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
7. 87 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

8 85 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 

9 74 Greg Manning (1977-78) 
10. 67 Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

II. 66 Walt Williams (1988-89) 
12. 65 Keith Booth (1993-94) 
13 64 Albert King (1977-78) 
14. 56 Steve Hood (1986-87) 
15 52 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 



1. 71 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

2 50 Juan Dixon (1998-99) 

3 45 Keith Booth (1993-94) 
4. 43 Dutch Morley (1978-79) 
5 42 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

6. 40 Laron Profit (1995-96) 

7 38 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 

8. 35 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

9 34 Danny Miller (1998-99) 

10 33 Walt Williams (1988-89) 

11 29 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 

12. 27 Terence Morris (1997-98) 

13 24 Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 

14 23 Steve Hood (1986-87) 
15. 22 Lonny Baxter (1998-99) 



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FIELD COALS M A D E ■ 3 - P O I N T FC ATT 



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 Jerrod Mustaf (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) 



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14 
15. 



173 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

97 Juan Dixon (1998-99) 

80 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

80 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

63 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

39 Danny Miller (1998-99) 

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 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 



FIELD GOALS ATT. ■FREE THROWS MADE 



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 Jerrod Mustaf (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. 192 Juan Dixon (1998-99) 



REBOUND AVC. H BLOCKED SHOTS MS-POINT FG MADE 



1. 10.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 1 

2 10.0 Buck Williams (1978-79) 2. 

3 9 8 Larry Gibson (1975-76) 3 

4 7.8 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 4. 

5. 6 7 Albert King (1977-78) 5 

6. 6.5 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 6. 

7. 6.1 Keith Booth (1993-94) 7. 

8. 6.0 Brian Williams (1987-88) 8 

9. 5.2 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) T9 

10. 4.9 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

T11. 4 3 Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 11. 

4.3 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 12. 

13. 4.2 Len Bias (1982-83) 13. 

14 3 9 Steve Hood (1986-87) T14 

15. 3.7 Obinna Ekezie (1996-97) 



99 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
93 Joe Smith (1993-94) 
36 Brian Williams (1987-88) 
29 Terence Morris (1997-98) 
28 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
27 Terence Morris (1997-98) 
25 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
24 Lonny Baxter (1998-99) 
20 Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 
20 Obinna Ekezie (1995-96) 
7 Keith Booth (1993-94) 
3 Walt Williams (1988-89) 
2 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
Adrian Branch (1981-82) 
Ernest Graham (1977-78) 
Albert King (1977-78) 
Cednc Lewis (1987-88) 
Tony Massenburg (1985-86) 



I. 59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 
T2. 36 Juan Dixon (1998-99) 

36 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 

4 35 Steve Hood (1986-87) 

5. 20 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 

6. 14 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1994-95) 
T7. 13 Danny Miller (1998-99) 

13 Terence Morris (1997-98) 

9. 12 Laron Profit (1995-96) 

10. 11 Keith Booth (1993-94) 

II. 8 Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 
T12 7 Duane Simpkins (1992-93) 

7 Walt Williams (1988-89) 

14 5 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 

15 4 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 



1 168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

2. 114 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) 

T11 51 Lonny Baxter (1998-99) 

51 Brian Williams (1987-88) 

13. 48 Keith Gatlin (1983-84) 

T14. 45 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 

45 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

45 John Lucas (1972-73) 



FREE THROWS ATT 



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) 
8. 89 Lonny Baxter (1998-99) 
9 82 Albert King (1977-78) 
10. 76 Brian Williams (1987-88) 
11 74 Jerrod Mustaf (1988-89) 
12. 72 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 
13 67 John Johnson (1985-86) 
T14. 66 Len Bias (1982-83) 

66 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 



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Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


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221 


Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 


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253 


John Lucas (1973-74) 


1. 


129 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


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20.8 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2. 


165 


Brad Davis (1975-76) 


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245 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


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99 


Laron Profit (1996-97) 


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159 


John Lucas (1973-74) 


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236 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


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94 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


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Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


4. 


143 


Terrell Stokes (1996-9 


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235 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


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88 


Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 


5. 


18.7 


Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


5. 


136 


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222 


Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


5. 


83 


Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 


6. 


18.5 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


5. 


124 


Dutch Morley (1979-8 


3) 6 


211 


Len Bias (1983-84) 


5. 


76 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 


7. 


16.6 


Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


7 


123 


Kevin McLinton (1990 


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206 


Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


7. 


72 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 


8. 


16.3 


Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


3. 


122 


Johnny Rhodes (1993 


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197 


Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


3. 


68 


Steve Hood (1987-88) 


9. 


15.9 


Albert King (1978-79) 


9. 


121 


Jeff Adkms( 1982-82) 


9. 


195 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 


9. 


67 


Walt Williams (1989-90) 


T10 


15.6 


Howard White (1970-71) 


10. 


94 


Jesse Martin 1989-90 


10 


191 


Albert King (1978-79) 


10 


55 


John Johnson (1986-87) 




156 


Buck Williams (1979-80) 


11 


88 


Reggie Jackson (1979 


80) 11. 


166 


Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


11 


53 


Ivan Powell (1986-87) 


T12 


15.3 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 


12. 


85 


John Johnson (1986-7 


6) 12 


160 


Laron Profit (1996-97) 


12 


44 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-96) 




15.3 


Len Bias (1983-84) 


13. 


78 


Laron Profit (1996-97 


13 


157 


Howard White (1970-71) 


13. 


24 


Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 


14 


15.0 


Pete Johnson (1966-67) 


14 


76 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


14 


151 


Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


14. 


23 


Keith Booth (1994-95) 


15 


14 8 


Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


T15. 


70 
70 


Bill Bryant (1977-78) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


15. 


150 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


15 


21 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 




R E 


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■ FIELD COALS ATT. ■ 


FREE 


THROWS MADE 


1. 


362 
351 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Elmore (1971-72) 




s 


TEAL 


JB 


495 
454 


John Lucas (1973-74) 
Ernest Graham (1978-79) 


1. 

2. 


209 

197 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2. 


1. 


78 


Johnny Rhodes (1993 


94) 2. 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


3. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


2. 


64 


Dutch Morley (1979-8 


3) 3. 


446 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


3. 


134 


Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


4. 


254 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


T3. 


57 


Laron Profit (1996-97 


4 


428 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


4 


133 


Jim Halleck (1956-57) 


5. 


265 


Al Bunge (1957-58) 




57 


Walt Williams (1989-9 


)) T5. 


424 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


5. 


127 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


6. 


249 


Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 


5 


51 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 




424 


Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


5. 


118 


Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


7 


247 


Keith Booth (1994-95) 


6 


50 


Terence Morns (1998 


99) 7 


420 


Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


7 


114 


Keith Booth (1994-95) 


T8. 


242 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 


T7 


45 


Terrell Stokes (1996-9 


7) 8 


372 


Len Bias (1983-84) 


8. 


112 


Bill Stasiulatis (1960-61) 




242 


Buck Williams (1979-80) 




45 


Duane Simpkins (1993 


-94) 9 


363 


Howard White (1970-71) 


T9. 


104 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 


10 


228 


Larry Gibson (1976-77) 


9. 


39 


Kevin McLinton (1990 


91) 10 


354 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 




104 


Walt Williams (1989-90) 


11. 


224 


Barry Yates (1970-71) 


10. 


37 


Derrick Lewis (1985-8 


5) 11 


353 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


11 


100 


Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


12. 


222 


Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 


11 


35 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


12 


350 


Will Hetzel (1967-68) 


T12 


99 


Charles McNeil (1957-58) 


13 


220 


Sparky Still (1969-70) 


12 


34 


Reggie Jackson (1979 


80) 13 


343 


Charles McNeil (1957-58) 




99 


Herman Veal (1981-82) 


14. 


217 


Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


13. 


33 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-9 


7) 14 


337 


Laron Profit (1996-97) 


14 


95 


Len Elmore (1971-72) 


15. 


213 


Herman Veal (1981-82) 


14. 
15 


30 
27 


Albert King (1978-79) 
Keith Gatlin (1984-85) 


15. 


327 


Albert King (1978-79) 


T15 


92 
92 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-97) 
Brad Davis (1975-76) 


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1. 


11.0 

10.7 


Len Elmore (1971-72) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Ettxaasai 


(Ill 


40 
38 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-94) 


FREE 


THROWS ATT. 


2. 


1, 


97 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2. 


1. 


282 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3, 


10.1 


Buck Williams (1979-80) 


2. 


77 


Terence Morris (1998 


99) 3 


35 


Laron Profit (1996-97) 


2. 


241 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


4. 


9.8 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


3. 


71 


Derrick Lewis (1985-8 


5) 4, 


32 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 


3. 


174 


Jim Halleck (1956-57) 


5 


91 


Al Bunge (1957-58) 


4 


43 


Keith Booth (1994-95 


T5 


31 


Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 


4. 


171 


Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


6 


89 


Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 


5 


36 


Cedric Lewis (1988-89 


) 


31 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


5. 


165 


Adrian Branch (1982-83) 


7 


86 


Barry Yates (1970-71) 


6. 


34 


Walt Williams (1989-9 


3) 7 


30 


Walt Williams (1989-90) 


T6. 


164 


Keith Booth (1994-95) 


8. 


8.5 


Sparky Still (1969-70) 


7 


33 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-9 


7) 8. 


27 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 




164 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


9. 


84 


Larry Gibson (1976-77) 


8. 


32 


Buck Williams (1979-8 


3) 9. 


26 


Steve Hood (1987-88) 


8. 


146 


Bill Stasiulatis (1960-61) 


T10 


78 


Will Hetzel (1967-68) 


9 


22 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989- 


30) 10 


23 


Ivan Powell (1986-87) 


9. 


144 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-97) 




7.8 


Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


TIO 


21 


Laron Profit (1996-97 


T11 


20 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-96) 


10. 


134 


Walt Williams (1989-90) 


12. 


77 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 




21 


Johnny Rhodes (1993 


94) 


20 


John Johnson (1986-87) 


11. 


131 


Jay McMillen (1964-65) 


T13 


7.5 


Jim Halleck (1956-57) 


12. 


16 


Len Bias (1983-84) 


13. 


10 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


12. 


130 


Charles McNeil (1957-58) 




7.5 


Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 


T13. 


15 


Mike Mardesich (1998 


99) 14. 


9 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


13. 


128 


Buck Williams (1979-80) 


15 


74 


Gary Ward (1963-64) 




15 


Exree Hipp (1993-94) 


15. 


8 


Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 


14. 


127 


Herman Veal (1981-82) 








15. 


13 


Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 








T15 


126 


Terence Morris (1998-99) 
























126 


Len Elmore (1971-72) 



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I. 701 Len Bias (1984-85) 

2 674 Albert King (1979-80) 

3 616 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
4. 605 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

5 579 Steve Francis (1998-991 

6. 510 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

7 506 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

8 494 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 
9. 483 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 
10 482 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

II. 481 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 
12. 475 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
13 471 Greg Manning (1979-80) 
T14 469 John Lucas (1974-75) 

469 Gary Ward (1964-65) 



SCORING AVC 



I. 23.3 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 
2 217 Albert King (1979-80) 

3. 21 2 Tom McMillen (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 Gary Ward (1964-65) 

10 17.8 Charles McNeil (1958-59) 

II. 176 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

12. 170 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

13. 16.6 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

14. 15.9 Evers Burns (1991-92) 
T15. 15 8 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

15.8 Jay McMillen (1965-66) 



1 363 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

2 318 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

3. 290 Len Elmore (1972-73) 

4. 284 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

5. 271 Gary Ward (1964-65) 

6 253 Larry Gibson (1977-78) 

7 251 Len Bias (1984-85) 

8 248 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

9 246 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 

10. 242 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

11. 241 Al Bunge (1958-59) 

12 235 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 

13. 233 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

14 230 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

15. 229 Rod Horst (1968-69) 



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1 204 Keith Gatlm (1985-86) 

2 172 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

3. 162 Duane Simpkms (1994-95) 

4. 154 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 
5 152 Steve Francis (1998-99) 
6. 149 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 

7 136 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

8. 132 Brad Davis (1976-77) 

9 126 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

10 119 Jeff Adkins (1983-84) 

11 109 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

12 104 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

13. 102 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

14. 93 Howard White (1971-72) 
T15 91 John Lucas (1974-75) 

91 Walt Williams (1990-91) 



1 95 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

2 87 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

3. 85 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

4 47 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 

5. 43 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

6. 42 Albert King (1979-80) 

7 41 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

8 40 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 

T9. 38 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

38 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

38 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

T12 34 Len Bias (1984-85) 

34 Evers Burns (1991-92) 

14 32 Exree Hipp (1995-94) 

15 30 Dutch Morley (1980-81) 



Will Hetzel 



Keith Catlin 



Derrick Lewis 



REBOUND AVC. ■! BLOCKED SHOTS 



1 12 2 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 1 

2. 11.7 Buck Williams (1980-81) 2 

3. 11.2 Len Elmore (1972-73) 3. 

4. 11.8 Bob Eicher (1961-62) 4 
5 11.6 Al Bunge (1958-59) 5. 
6. 11.0 Bob Kessler (1954-55) T6 

7 104 Gary Ward (1964-65) 

8 10.1 Rod Horst (1968-69) T8 

9 9.8 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

10. 9.5 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 10 

11. 9 4 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 11 

12. 90 Larry Gibson (1977-78) 12. 

13. 8.8 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 13. 

14. 8.1 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 14 

T15. 



114 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

57 Larry Gibson (1977-78) 

49 Cedric Lewis (1989-90) 

37 Obmna Ekezie (1997-98) 

36 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

33 Len Bias (1984-85) 

33 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

31 Lawrence Boston (1976-77) 

31 Chris Kerwin (1991-92) 

29 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

27 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

24 Evers Burns (1991-92) 

23 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

19 Charles Pittman (1980-81) 

18 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

18 Albert King (1979-80) 



FIELD COALS MADEH3-POINT FC ATT 



1 275 Albert King (1979-80) 1. 

2 274 Len Bias (1984-85) 2. 

3 250 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 3 
4. 233 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 4 

5 205 Steve Francis (1998-99) 5. 

6 203 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 6 

7 202 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 7 

8. 197 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 8 

9. 196 Greg Manning (1979-80) 9. 
10 195 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 10 
T11. 190 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 11. 

190 Evers Burns (1991-92) 12 

13. 186 John Lucas (1974-75) 13 

14. 184 Laron Profit (1997-98) 14 
15 183 Buck Williams (1980-81) 15 



164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

131 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

122 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

120 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

117 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

116 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

105 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

95 Walt Williams (1990-91) 

70 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 

69 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

57 Mario Lucas (1994-95) 

47 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 

34 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

30 Matt Downing (1990-91) 

25 Rodney Elliott (1996-97) 



FIELD COALS ATT.HFREE THROWS MADE 



1 527 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

2 519 Len Bias (1984-85) 

3 497 Albert King (1979-80) 

4 468 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

5 427 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
6. 412 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

7 403 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 

8. 392 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

9. 386 Gary Ward (1964-65) 

10 368 Evers Burns (1991-92) 

11 367 Pete Johnson (1967-68) 
12. 362 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
13 357 Jay McMillen (1965-66) 
T14 358 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

358 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 



3-POINT FC MADE 



1 64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

2. 48 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 

T3 45 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

45 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 

5. 42 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

6. 40 Duane Simpkins (1994-951 

7 34 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

8 28 Walt Williams (1990-91) 

9 24 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 
T10 22 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

22 Mario Lucas (1994-95) 

12. 13 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 

13 12 Dave Dickerson (1987-88) 

14 8 Matthew Downing (1990-91) 
15. 7 Keith Booth (1995-96) 



1 162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

2. 153 Len Bias (1984-85) 

3 139 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

4 134 Obinna Ekezie (1997-98) 

5. 131 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 

6. 130 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 
T7 124 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

124 Albert King (1979-80) 

9. 119 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

T10. 116 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

116 Buck Williams (1980-81) 

12. 115 Charles McNeil (1958-59) 

13. 106 Duane Simpkins (1994-95) 

14. 104 Laron Profit (1997-98) 
T15. 99 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

99 Gary Ward (1964-65) 



FREE THROWS ATT 



1. 214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

2 200 Obinna Ekezie (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) 

8 157 Steve Francis (1998-99) 
T9 151 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 

151 Albert King (1979-80) 

11 147 Laron Profit (1997-98) 

T12. 145 Tony Massenburg (1988-89) 

145 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

14. 138 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 

T15 131 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 

131 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 



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1. 776 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

2. 743 Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. 671 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

4. 654 Gene Shue (1953-54) 

5. 624 Keith Booth (1996-97) 
6 559 Albert King (1980-81) 
T7 557 John Lucas (1975-76) 

557 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

9. 524 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

10. 518 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

11. 502 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
12 498 Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 

13. 494 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

14. 497 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

15. 491 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 



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 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

7. 18 5 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

8 18.1 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

T9. 180 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) 
T14 16.7 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

16.7 AlBunge (1959-60) 



1. 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2. 336 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

3. 321 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

4 314 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

T5. 269 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

269 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

7. 258 Rod Horst (1971-70) 

8. 257 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

9. 253 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

10 250 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

11 249 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

12 241 Gary Ward (1965-66) 

13 237 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
14. 236 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
15 233 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 



Senior Class Leaders 




Walt Williams 



1. 213 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

2. 175 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
T3. 135 Greg Nared (1988-89) 

135 Mickey Wiles (1969-70) 

5 124 Dutch Morley (1981-82) 

6. 121 Bob Bodell (1972-73) 

7 120 Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

8 118 Duane Simpkms (1995-96) 

9. 116 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 

10 104 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

11. 101 Jeff Baxter (1985-86) 

12 97 John Johnson (1988-89) 

13 92 Albert King (1980-81) 

14 91 Vince Broadnax (1991-92) 
15. 86 John Lucas (1975-76) 



1. 110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

2 68 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

3. 67 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

4 64 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

5 60 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

6 47 Evers Burns (1992-93) 
T7 46 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

46 Greg Nared (1988-89) 

T9 45 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

45 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

T11 42 Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

42 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

13. 40 Vince Broadnax (1991-92) 

14. 38 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 
15 37 Jeff Adkins (1984-85) 



Len Elmore 



Terrell Stokes Keith Booth 



REBOUND AVC.M BLOCKED SHOTS 



1. 14 7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2. 14.0 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
3 12.6 Al Bunge (1959-60) 

4. 11.1 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

5. 10.7 Bob McDonald (1960-61) 

6. 10.4 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

7 101 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

8. 10.0 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

9. 9 9 Rod Horst (1969-70) 
10 9.6 Gary Ward (1965-66) 

11. 8.9 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

12. 8.8 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 
13 8.6 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

14. 84 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

15. 8.3 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 



1. 

2. 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

T11. 

13. 

14. 

15. 



143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

58 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

55 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

42 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

37 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

36 Chris Kerwin (1992-93) 

35 Obinna Ekezie (1998-99) 

31 Charles Pittman (1980-81) 

28 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

22 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

19 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

19 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

18 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

17 Lawrence Boston (1977-78) 

15 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 



FIELD COALS MADE 



1 270 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

2. 267 Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. 256 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

4. 233 John Lucas (1975-76) 

5. 232 Albert King (1980-81) 

6 214 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

7. 211 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

8 206 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

9 205 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

10. 203 Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 

11. 197 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

12. 194 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

13 188 Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

14 185 Laron Profit (1998-99) 
T15. 184 Owen Brown (1974-75) 

184 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 



FIELD COALS ATT 



I 542 Walt Williams (1991-92) 
2. 529 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

3 491 Len Bias (1985-86) 

4 469 Gene Shue (1953-54) 

5. 462 Albert King (1980-81) 

6. 456 John Lucas (1975-76) 

7. 437 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

8. 417 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

9 408 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

10. 404 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

II 399 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

12. 393 Gary Ward (1965-66) 

13. 368 Laron Profit (1998-99) 
T14 366 Ernest Graham (1980-81) 

366 Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 



3-POINT FG ATT 



240 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

156 Matt Roe (1990-91) 

151 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 

135 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

113 Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 

100 Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 

99 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 

99 Greg Nared (1988-89) 

95 John Johnson (1988-89) 

74 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

77 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

71 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

60 Exree Hipp (1995-96) 

57 Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 

52 Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 



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11. 
12. 
13 
14. 
15. 



FREE THROWS MADE 



1. 213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

2. 209 Len Bias (1985-86) 

3. 175 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

4. 174 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

5 145 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

6. 143 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

7. 131 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
T8 125 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

125 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

10 124 John Johnson (1988-89) 

11. 123 Al Bunge (1959-60) 

12. 105 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

13. 103 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 
T14. 100 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

100 Jay McMillen (1966-67) 

100 Tom Young (1957-58) 



3-POINT FC MADEHFREE THROWS ATT 



1. 89 Walt Williams (1991-92) 1. 

2. 60 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1997-98) 2. 

3. 56 Keith Gatlin (1987-88) 3. 
4 48 Matt Roe (1990-91) 4 

5. 45 Duane Simpkins (1995-96) 5 

6. 42 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 6. 
T7 34 Mario Lucas (1995-96) 7 

34 John Johnson (1988-89) 8. 

T9. 29 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 9 

29 Greg Nared (1988-89) 10 

11. 28 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 11. 

12 24 Laron Profit (1998-99) 12. 

13 18 Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 13. 

14 15 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 14. 
15. 13 Mike Anderson (1989-90) 15 



297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

263 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

242 Len Bias (1985-86) 

231 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

201 Tony Massenburg (1989-90) 

191 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

182 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

172 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

158 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

157 John Johnson (1988-89) 

154 Al Bunge (1959-60) 

153 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

152 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

148 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

144 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 



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Yearly Leaders 



Evers Burns led in scoring, rebounding 
and field goal percentage in 1992-95. 




Rod Horst led in rebounding and field 
goal percentage in 1969-70. 




Tony Massenburg led in scoring, 
rebounding and field goal pet in 1988-89 



Scoring 



Rebounding 



Field Coal Pet 



Year 


Leader 


Pts.-Avg. 


Year 


Player 


Rbs.-Avg. 


Year 


Leader 


FGPct 


1950-51 


Lee Brawlev 


404-15.0 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-140 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.480 


1951-52 


not available 


- 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


195-7.5 


1951-52 


not available 





1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508-22.1 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265-9.1 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.469 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654-21.8 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241-10 5 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.506 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487-20.3 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289-12.6 


1954-55 


not available 




1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490-20.4 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-107 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-13.2 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235-9.4 


1956-57 


John Nacincik 


.470 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184-8.8 


1957-58 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-148 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185-7.1 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


.443 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383-16.6 




Gary Ward 


103-7.4 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


470 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-134 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271-104 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.453 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-15.2 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241-9.6 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.437 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-174 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1962-63 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-13.0 


1967-68 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1963-64 


Jackie Clark 


.480 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512-19.7 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318-12.2 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430-172 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258-99 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392-16.3 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224-8.6 


1966-67 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360-15.0 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351-11.0 


1967-68 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605-233 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290-11.2 


1968-69 


Rod Horst 


.480 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428-16.5 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


.532 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389-156 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 


1970-71 


Charlie Blank 


.473 




Jim O'Brien 


342-16.3 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249-89 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


549 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667-20.8 




Larry Gibson 


157-9.8 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-212 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


228-8.4 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253-9.0 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


.606 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469-19-5 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


323-10.8 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557-19.9 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242-10.1 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338-13.0 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


363-11.7 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


.580 




Steve Sheppard 


309-16.2 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


213-7.3 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242-8.1 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.643 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269-8.4 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


647 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674-217 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251-6.8 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


.611 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559-18.0 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


224-70 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-152 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


248-9.5 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541-18.7 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


237-76 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


.530 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491-15 3 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


226-78 


1985-86 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701-189 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


314-10.1 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743-23.2 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


233-8.3 


1987-88 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510-19.6 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


206-7.1 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466-15.0 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


249-8.9 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


321-10.7 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609-18.5 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


362-107 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498-178 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


233-7.8 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


.506 




Walt Williams 


318-18.7 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


253-7.9 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776-26.8 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott 


236-74 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518-185 


1998-99 


Terence Morns 


242-71 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


.478 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582-19.4 








1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


.550 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708-208 








1997-98 


Terence Morris 


.523 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


502-16.7 








1998-99 


Terence Morris 


.551 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


624-195 








(150 attempts minimum) 




1997-98 


Laron Profit 


506-15 8 














1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579-170 















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Jim O'Brien led in free throw 
percentage and assists in 1970-71. 



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Cedr/c Lewis set an ACC mark with a 5.1 
blocks per game average in 1990-91. 





lilt-Til 
TIME R 

Free Throw Pet 




Assists 



O O K 

Steals 



Kevin McLinton led in assists and free 
throw percentage in both 1991-92 
and 1992-93. 



Year 


Leader 


FT .Pet 


Year 


Leader 


Ast.-Avg. 


fear 


Leader 


Stl.-Avg. 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


135-5.2 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


27-1.4 


1951-52 


not available 


- 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


70-3.3 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26-1.0 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1971-72 


Howard White 


93-2.9 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


43-14 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


178-5.9 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


64-2.1 


1954-55 


not available 


- 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


159-5.7 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


42-1.4 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


134-4.6 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


33-1.1 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


165-5.9 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


23-0.8 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


132-4.9 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


29-1.0 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1977-78 


Greg Manning 


74-2.6 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


45-1.2 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


128-43 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


37-1.1 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


873 


1979-80 


Ernest Graham 


136-4.4 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


38-1.5 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


120-3.9 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


45-1.5 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


46-1.6 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


121-4.0 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


67-1.7 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


148-4.6 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


42-1.5 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1884-85 


Keith Gatlin 


221-6.0 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


60-2.1 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


787 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlin 


204-6.4 


1992-93 


Johnny Rhodes 


71-2.5 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


111-4.3 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


78-2.3 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


172-55 


1994-95 


Johnny Rhodes 


85-2.5 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


135-48 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


110-3.7 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


784 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


149-45 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


64-2.0 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.817 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


123-4.4 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


87-2.7 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 
Maurice Howard 


844 
.786 


a c\(\a r\ o 


Walt Williams 


91-5.4 

154-5.3 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


95-2.8 


1973-74 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 








1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


154-5.3 


B.**^ ■ *~ 




1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


828 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


136-4.5 




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1976-77 


Brad Davis 


784 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


162-4.8 








1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


118-4.4 


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1978-79 


Greg Manning 


.857 


1996-97 


Terrell Stokes 


143-4.5 


& \ 






1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 


1997-98 


Terrell Stokes 


149-47 


1 J 




1980-81 
1981-82 


Greg Manning 
Herman Veal 
Herman Veal 
Len Bias 
Keith Gatlin 


.821 
.780 
762 
.767 
.862 


1998-99 


Terrell Stokes 


213-6.3 


ml 


1982-83 
1983-84 


Blocked Shots 


1984-85 


Year 


Leader 


Blk. -Avg. 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


67-2.5 






1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


57-2.0 








1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


.770 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson 


58-1.9 




- 




1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


1979-80 


Taylor Baldwin 


35-11 


/ 






1989-90 


Walt Williams 


776 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


29-0.9 


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1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


31-1.3 


Dutch Morley led in assists and steals 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 


.781 
.822 


1982-83 
1983-84 


Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 


33-1.1 

42-1.3 


in 1978-79 and 1981-82 




1992-93 








1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


784 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis 


99-2.7 




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1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


71-2.2 




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1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


.845 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


M14-4.4 








1996-97 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.742 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


55-1.8 




jMkMW^j 




1997-98 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.759 


1988-89 


Cedric Lewis 


36-1.3 




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1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


.830 


1989-90 


Cedric Lewis 


49-1.5 












1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


*#143-5.1 




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1991-92 


Chris Kerwin 


31-1.1 




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1992-93 


Chris Kerwin 


30-1.1 














1993-94 


Joe Smith 


93-3.1 




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1994-95 


Joe Smith 


97-2.9 




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1995-96 


Keith Booth 


23-0.8 


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1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


33-1.1 














1997-98 


Obinna Ekezie 


37-1.2 














1998-99 


Terence Morris 


77-2.3 














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ALL-TIME 







RECORD 



BOOK 



Scoring 



CAME (MARYLAND) 



1 138 (138-72) vs. Morgan St (12-23-94) 

2. 132(132-57) vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 

3. 130 (130-106) vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 
4 128 (128-103) vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 

T5. 127(127-84) vs East Carolina (11-29-75) 

127(127-82) vs. Brown (12-1-72) 

7 124 (124-110) vs. NC State (12-20-78) 

8. 122 (122-82) vs Boston U (12-8-75) 

9 120(120-73) vs. Towson St (12-12-94) 

10 118(118-55) vs. Delaware St (1-17-96) 
T11. 117 (117-96) vs G Washington (12-4-71) 

117 (117-51 ) vs Md.-E Shore (2-27-87) 

117 (117-70) vs Ra. International (11-25-97) 

T14 115 (115-83) vs Georgetown (12-11-73) 

115 (115-76) vs Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 

115 (115-60) vs Md-E Shore (11-26-91) 



T1. 



4 
5. 
6. 
T7. 



10 



CAME (OPPONENT) 



114 (91-114) 
114 (111-114) 
110 (124-110) 
108 (109-108) 
107 (87-107) 
106 (130-106) 
105 (85-105) 
105 (73-105) 
105 (70-105) 
104 (72-104) 



by NC State (2-27-91) 
by Duke (2-10-90) 
bvNC State (12-20-78) 
by NC State (3-1-78) 
by North Carolina (2-1-69) 
by East Carolina (12-7-77) 
at Florida State (1-13-93) 
by North Carolina (2-9-91) 
by North Carolina (1-30-71) 
by Duke (1-3-98) 



CAME (BOTH TEAMS) 



1. 236 (130-106) vs East Carolina (12-7-77) 

2 234(124-110) VS. NC State (12-20-78) 

3 231 (128-103) vs. Canisius (12-23-78) 
4. 225(111-114) vs. Duke (2-10-90) 

5 217 (109-108) vs. NC State (3-1-78) 



HALF (MARYLAND) 



85 Morgan State (12-23-94, 2nd Half) 



1. 


2.946 


1994-95 


2. 


2,873 


1998-99 


3. 


2,747 


1989-90 


4 


2,613 


1972-73 


5. 


2.607 


1974-75 


6. 


2,602 


1984-85 


7. 


2,520 


1997-98 


8. 


2,481 


1979-80 


9. 


2,469 


1975-76 


IC 


2,444 


1971-72 


S 


E A S 


N 


1. 


899 


1974-75 


2. 


88 2 


1975-76 


3. 


871 


1972-73 


4. 


86.7 


1994-95 


5. 


85 7 


1973-74 


6 


84 5 


1998-99 


7. 


83 2 


1989-90 


8. 


821 


1977-78 


9 


813 


1995-96 


10 


810 


1991-92 



Team Records 

Rebounding Field coal Pet. 3-Pt.FGMade 



1 74 vs Penn State (12-2-64) 

2 68 vs Chicago State (12-2-96) 
3. 67 vs East Carolina (12-7-77) 

4 65 vs Bucknell (12-22-76) 

5 64 vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 



1,388 
1,368 
1,367 
1,361 
1,351 



1971-72 
1973-74 
1994-95 
1972-73 
1989-90 



SEASON A V C 



1. 
2 
3 
4 
5. 
6. 
7 
T8 

10. 



489 
48 3 
454 
451 
44 7 
44 4 
44 3 
44 
440 
43.5 



1973-74 
1955-56 
1972-73 
1968-68 
1964-65 
1970-71 
1965-66 
1967-68 
1960-61 
1974-75 



Field Goals Made 



T1 



55 vs Brown (11-29-72) 
55 vs Canisius (12-23-78) 
3 52 vs East Carolina (12-7-77) 
T4, 51 vs Virginia (3-2-74) - 

51 vs. Boston University (12-8 
Fewest 6 vs. Seton Hall (12-50-41) 



75) 



2,094 1972-73 

1,049 1974-75 

3 1,044 1998-99 

4 1,038 1984-85 



5 



1,035 1994-95 



Field Goals Att. 



1 99 vs Canisius (12-23-78) 
2. 97 vs. East Carolina (12-7-77) 
T3 93 VS. Miami (OH) (12-29-70) 

vs. George Washington (12-4-71) 
vs. Long Island (1-23-73) 
Fewest 18 vs South Carolina [1-9-71) 



1. 2,108 

2 2,094 

3 2,080 

4 2,073 

5 2,065 



1998-99 
1972-73 
1994-95 
1989-90 
1984-85 

FOUlS 



1 44 vs William & Mary (2-52) 

Fewest 7 vs Buffalo (1-25-72) 

By Opponent 39 by Morgan State (12-23-94) 



833 vs South Carolina (1-9-71) 
.739 vs. Wake Forest (1-28-86) 
.732 vs. NC State (12-20-80) 
704 vs Miami (OH) (12-28-79) 
667 vs. Western Carolina (11-14-98) 
.667 vs Md -Eastern Shore (2-17-86) 



.551 
547 
539 
.537 
532 



1979-80 
1974-75 
1983-84 
1975-76 
1974-75 



Free Throws Made 



1 41 vs Morgan State (12-23-94) 
2. 40 vs. North Carolina (3-8-58) 
T3 35 vs Lafayette (12-23-96) 
35 vs Oklahoma (1-12-93) 
35 vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 
Fewest: vs. Wake Forest (2-28-75) 
By Opponent 40 by Clemson (1-15-68) 



1. 


697 


1994-95 


2 


633 


1989-90 


3 


616 


1996-97 


4. 


601 


1998-99 



590 



1957-58 



Free Throws Att. 



1 67 vs Morgan State (12-23-94) 

2 57 vs. North Carolina (1-3-53) 
3. 52 vs. Oklahoma (1-12-93) 

4 50 vs. Lafayette (12-23-97) 

5. 47 vs. Bucknell (12-22-76) 

Fewest vs Several (last Georgia Tech 2-6-95) 

By Opponent: 55 by Clemson (1-15-68) 



1 


987 


1994-95 


2 


904 


1996-97 


3 


893 


1989-90 


4 


858 


1957-58 



857 



1998-99 



Free Throw Pet 



1. 1 000 (19-19) vs. Holy Cross (1-21-85) 

2. .966 (28-29) vs. Duke (2-7-76) 

3. .950 (19-20) vs. Duke (2-2-80) 

4. 938 (15-16) vs. North Carolina (2-7-95) 

5. .932 (28-31 ) vs North Carolina (1-27-73) 



1 


758 


1975-76 


2 


757 


1974-75 


3 


751 


1981-92 


4 


747 


1959-60 


T5. 


746 


1971-72 
1973-74 



1T 11 American (12-30-94) 
11 American (12-23-95) 
11 Georgia Tech (1-3-96) 



1987-! 
1995-96 




1998-99 



3Pt. FGAtt. 




544 1995-96 

508 1994-95 

504 1998-99 




1 37 vs North Texas (12-23-98) 

2. 36 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 

3 35 vs Brown (12-1-71) 

4 34 vs Morgan State (12-23-94) 

5 33 vs Western Carolina (11-14-98) 



1. 


674 


1998-99 


2 


641 


1994-95 


3 


602 


1997-98 


4 


583 


1989-90 


5 


575 


1984-85 



steals 



1 24 vs Pittsburgh (11-28-98) 
T2 22 vs. UCLA (11-26-98) 

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

4 21 at AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 

5 20 vs South Carolina State (12-27-98) 



1. 


431 


1998-99 


2 


329 


1995-96 


3 


303 


1993-94 


4 


302 


1994-95 


5 


275 


1997-98 



Blocked Shots 



T1 17 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 

17 vs. Georgia Tech (12-10-75) 
3 16 vs Md-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 
T4. 14 vs. North Carolina (2-13-99) 
14 vs. South Carolina (11-14-97) 
14 vs James Madison (1-28-87) 



1998-99 
1990-91 
1984-85 
1993-94 
1994-95 




116 



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Margin of victory/100-Point Games 



largest Margin of victory 



Maryland's 100 Point Games 



H 



Rk 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


Total 100 Point Games: 85 


1993-94(2) 


1982-83(2) 


1973-74(8) 


1. 


+75 


North Texas (12-23-98) 


132-57 


Most in a Season: 8 (1975-74) 


109-71 Towson State 


101-90 at Duke 


100-103 vs. NC State 


2. 


+67 


Western Carolina (11-14-98) 


113-46 


Most Consecutive 100-Point 


102-70 NC State 


106-94 North Carolina 


105-85 vs. North Carolina 


T3. 


+66 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 


138-72 


Games: 5 (1994-95) 






110-75 Virginia 




+66 


Md.-Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 


117-59 


Last 100-Point Game: vs 


1992-93(3) 


1980-81 (2) 


104-83 Duke 


5. 


+64 


DePauw (12-12-74) 


113-49 


Florida State, 107-87(1-27-99) 


103-80 Md -Baltimore County 


114-89 Marshall 


112-73 Fordham 


6. 


+63 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 




103-63 Morgan State 


109-83 Fairleigh Dickinson 


102-75 Holy Cross 


7. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


1998-99 (4) 


109-69 Howard 




115-83 Georgetown 


8 
9 
10 
11. 

T12 


+58 
+57 
+55 
+53 
+51 


UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 
DePauw (12-3-75) 
Md-Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 
Towson State (2-21-85) 
Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 
Cornell (11-27-93) 
AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 
Chicago State (12-2-96) 
Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 
Florida International (11-25-97) 
Towson State (12-12-94) 


110-52 

99-42 

115-60 

91-38 

113-62 

92-41 

82-32 

94-44 

106-57 

117-70 

120-73 


113-46 Western Carolina 
132-57 North Texas 
104-70 South Carolina State 
107-87 Florida State 

1997-98(4) 


1991-92(2) 

115-60 Md.-Eastern Shore 

101-91 West Virginia 

1990-91 (1) 


1979-80(3) 
101-82 Duke 
115-76 Miami (OH) 
113-79 Catholic 

1977-78(2) 


106-57 Eastern Kentucky 

1972-73(4) 

100-73 Long Island 
105-76 Wake Forest 
107-80 at Canisius 


T14 

16 
T17 


+50 

+49 
+47 
+47 


102-74 Mt. St. Mary's 
117-70 Florida international 
104-66 Md -Baltimore County 
110-52 UNC-Asheville 

1996-97 (2) 


104-100 NC State 

1989-90(5) 

105-74 Augusta College 
104-86 George Mason 
110-91 Alcorn State 


109-108 vs. NCState(3 0T) 
130-106 East Carolina 

1976-77(1) 
106-72 Bucknell 


127-82 Brown 

1971-72(5) 

100-69 Niagara 

103-67 Western Kentucky 

102-79 at Holy Cross 


19. 


+46 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


108-67 Lafayette 


111-114 Duke(OT) 


1975-76(7) 


118-96 at Geo Washington 


20 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


103-73 Penn 


113-61 Md.-Baltimore County 


105-91 Wake Forest 


100-83 Brown 


21. 


+44 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 






102-91 Duke 




22 


+43 


Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 


108-65 


1995-96 (3) 


1987-88(1) 


102-84 NC State 


1970-71 (2) 


23. 


+41 


Lafayette (12-23-97) 


108-67 


104-79 American 


117-51 Md -Eastern Shore 


111-88 Long Island 


111-77 Miami (FL) 


T24 


+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 


104-66 Md -Eastern Shore 




104-69 Seton Hall 


109-70 Buffalo 




+40 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 


118-55 Delaware St. 


1986-87(1) 


122-82 Boston Univ 






+40 


Boston University (12-8-75) 


122-82 




117-51 Md -Eastern Shore 


127-84 East Carolina 


1969-70(1) 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 


99-59 


1994-95(5) 






103-85 Clemson 




+40 


Clemson (1-6-53) 


81-41 


102-64 Bucknell 


1983-84(3) 


1974-75 (7) 










feat 


102-77 Md.-Baltimore County 
113-53 Colgate 
120-73 Towson State 
138-72 Morgan State 


102-77 vs. West Virginia 
104-69 Md -Eastern Shore 
108-65 Johns Hopkins 


104-87 E Tennessee 
103-82 at Duquesne 
104-80 at Duke 
103-85 NC State 
105-67 Georgia Tech 
113-49 DePauw 
106-81 Richmond 


1965-66(2) 


Largest Margin ofoe 


107-92 West Virginia 
107-81 at Geo. Washington 


Rk. 
1 
2. 
3. 


Marg. 
-63 
-53 

-44 


Opponent 

Bainbridge Navy (1944-45) 
Army (1943-44) 
Seton Hall (1941-42) 


Score 
85-22 
78-25 
59-15 


1959-60(1) 

103-80 Yale 


4. 


-40 


North Carolina (3-12-93) 


102-62 










5 
5. 


-39 
-38 
-37 
-32 


Wake Forest (1962-63) 
West Virginia (1946-47) 
Navy (1932-33) 
Duke (1-3-98) 


80-41 

81-43 

58-21 

104-72 










Opponents' 100-Point Games 


7 
8. 


Total 100-Point Games: 52 
Most in a Season: 5 11990-91) 
Most Consecutive 100-Point 


1993-94(2) 

90-100 at North Carolina 

91-100 at Georgia Tech 


1987-88(1) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech 


1970-71 (2) 

76-100 North Carolina 










70-105 at North Carolina 










Games: 2 (1978-79) 




1978-79(3) 








|^^^ y**W^y 


^^H 


Last 100-Point Game: Ken- 


1992-93(3) 


79-102 vs. North Carolina 


1969-70(2) 






Ea ^K ^ ~^bt 




tucky 105. Maryland 91 (12- 


73-101 at North Carolina 


90-101 vs. Canisus 


68-101 South Carolina 










12-98) 


85-105 at Florida State 


124-110 vs NC State 


87-107 at North Carolina 






[wC/Vg 






66-102 vs. North Carolina 












1998-99(1) 




1977-78(3) 


1968-69(1) 










91-103 at Kentucky 


1990-91 (5) 

85-100 vs. Boston College 


109-108 NC State (3 OT) 
90-101 at Geo Washington 


87-107 at North Carolina 






^isataJB 




1997-98(1) 


73-105 at North Carolina 


130-106 East Carolina 


1963-64(1) 








72-104 vs. Duke 


104-100 vs NC State 




72-104 Duke 






1^^^ -v**tB ^^^Ej 




1995-96(1) 


81-101 at Duke 
91-114 at NC State 


1973-74(1) 
100-103 NC State 






jjW 






78-100 at Florida State 


1989-90(2) 


1972-73(1) 








i ^^ ^^B ^m$ 




1994-95(2) 

90-100 at North Carolina 


111-114 vs. Duke (OT) 
84-104 at Duke 


89-103 vs Providence 








4- 1 B'^^l 




91-100 at Georgia Tech 









John Lucas played in 26 games in which Maryland 
scored more than 100 points from 1972 through 1976. 



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Maryland Year-By-Year Statistics 







/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


CP 


FCM-FCA 


.PCT 


FCM-FCA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


398 


- 


- 


450-663 


679 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1412-52.3 


1951-52 


stats not available 


























1245-59.0 


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 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1178-490 


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 


- 


- 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


889-387 


1365-59.3 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


418 


- 


- 


399-534 


747 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


424 


- 


- 


491-659 


745 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1143-44.0 


1747-67.2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


- 


- 


474-644 


736 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1082-433 


1748-69.9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


398 


- 


- 


337-496 


679 


- 


- 


- 


332-na 


- 


- 


888-423 


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 


- 


- 


1068-451 


2049-78.8 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


457 


- 


- 


417-586 


712 


337 


- 


- 


458-17 


- 


- 


1174-451 


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 


- 


- 


1361-434 


2613-871 


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 


957-296 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


460 


88-311 


283 


398-587 


672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


483 


110-278 


396 


633-893 


709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-346 


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 


1092-377 


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 


1193-398 


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 


1158-386 


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 


1998-99 


34 


1044-2108 


495 


184-504 


365 


601-857 


701 


674 


202 


431 


672-7 


417 


835 


1343-39.5 


2873-84.5 



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/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


CP 


FCM-FCA 


.PCT 


FCM-FCA 


PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


1950-51 


27 


510-na 


- 


- 


- 


400-663 


603 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1420-52.6 


1951-52 


stats not available 


























1116-46.5 


1952-53 


23 


369-na 


- 


- 


- 


515-788 


654 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1256-54.3 


1953-54 


30 


539-na 


- 


- 


- 


594-888 


.668 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 


stats not available 


























1486-61.9 


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 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


814-354 


1296-57.6 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


.397 


- 


- 


343-490 


.700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


795-34.6 


1407-563 


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- 


- 


- 


1115-446 


1805-67.6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


460 


- 


- 


276-624 


697 


- 


- 


- 


336- 


- 


- 


879-419 


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 


1628-651 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


437 


- 


- 


434-476 


.701 


- 


- 


- 


419-12 


- 


- 


1188-490 


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 


- 


- 


1082-416 


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 


- 


- 


1066-381 


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 


2001-741 


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 


- 


- 


1036-345 


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 


2141-714 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 


- 


- 


373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


- 


- 


996-311 


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 


1905-733 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-326 


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 


1244-377 


2563-777 


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 


1148-383 


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 


1997-98 


32 


799-1957 


408 


220-667 


330 


488-740 


.660 


421 


113 


233 


638-33 


398 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-721 


1998-99 


34 


772-1991 


.388 


213-703 


.303 


502-763 


.658 


447 


104 


279 


706-26 


410 


690 


1209-35.6 


2259-66.4 



1999-sooo Maryland Men's Basketball 



119' 



Game-By-Game Results 



Game-by-game results for Maryland 
men's basketball since 1904-05 Scores 
and dates are as complete as our re- 
search shows Any additional information 
is welcome and should be directed to 
Chuck Walsh of Maryland Media Rela- 
tions. 

All neutral site games indicated with 
subscript numbers. 



0-2 (no scores available) 
Captain Samuel P. Thomas 
Washington YMCA 
Carroll Institute 

No teams from 1905-06 through 1909-10 





3-9I2-3H, 1-6R) 








Captain H. Burton Shipley 






Maryland Agricultural College 




J8 


New York Univ 


L 


7-25 


J11 


at Gallaudet 


L 


30-58 




at Staunton Mil. Acad. 


L 


24-58 




at Washington & Lee 


L 


17-46 


J28 


at Virginia Military Inst. 


W 


17-14 


J31 


Washington & Lee 


L 


24-29 




at Delaware 


L 


14-23 




Gallaudet 


L 


27-54 




at Georgetown 


L 


25-31 




Mt. St. Joseph 


W 


22-20 




Catholic 


W 


35-30 




at Penn Mil Acad. 


L 


19-50 



No teamsin 1911-12 and 1912-15 



Captain H. Burton Shipley 
Scores incomplete 

Maryland Agricultural College 

Mt. St. Joseph 

at Gallaudet 
J14 at Catholic 

at Mt St. Joseph 
J21 at Gallaudet L 15-79 

J22 at St John's College L 10-48 

at Loyola College 

at Georgetown 

Catholic 
F2 at Washington 8, Lee L 8-63 
F4 at Virginia Military Inst L 3-44 
F7 at St. John's College L 15-38 

Geo Washington 

Gallaudet 

Baltimore City 

at Penn State College 

at Delaware College 

No teams from 1914-15 through 1916-17 



1-5 11-5 A) 



at Gallaudet 



W 27-26 



at Catholic L 7-25 

at Ceo Washington L 11-25 

at Gallaudet L 9-33 

at Catholic L 12-14 

at Geo Washington L 20-53 



No teams from 1919-20 through 1922-25 




H. Burton 
Shipley 

24 Seasons 

1923-24 to 

1946-47 

Overall: 243-199 

Conf.: 124-91 



5-7 
1-2 SC 

Geo Washington 

Gallaudet 

Catholic 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

at Richmond 

Catholic 

Geo Washington 

Washington & Lee 

Virginia Military Institute 

Virginia Military Institute 

Georgia ' 



41-22 
42-28 
13-30 
20-26 
13-26 
24-22 
14-20 
19-20 
22-21 
12-21 
34-19 
25-29 



1 -Southern Conference Tourn at Atlanta. Ga. 



12-5(7-2H;4-2A;1- 
3-1 SC 
Virginia 
at Columbia 
at Stevens institute 
at Navy 
Lafayette 
at Catholic 
Stevens Institute 
North Carolina 
Gallaudet 
Washington Coll 
at Princeton 
City College of NY 
South Carolina 
at Virginia 
Catholic 
Alabama ' 
NC State ' 
1-Southern Conference Toum 



:' 



IN) 

W 
W 
W 
L 
W 

w 
w 

L 

W 
L 
L 

W 
W 
W 
W 

w 

L 



24-18 
24-23 
21-17 
16-23 
30-15 
18-14 
21-17 
16-21 
25-14 
16-27 
24-38 
22-16 
38-22 
36-25 
27-17 
27-21 
16-30 



J12 



F9 



14-3(10-1H;4-1A;0- 
7-1 SC 

Washington & Lee 
at Navy 
Richmond 
at Virginia Military 
at Washington & Lee 
at Virginia Tech 
Gallaudet 
Washington Coll. 
Stevens Institute 
Virginia Tech 
at Virginia 
North Carolina 
West Virginia 
Duke 
Virginia 
Princeton 
Mississippi Aggies 1 
1 -Southern Conference Toum . 



10-10 (7-2H, 3-7R, 
6-4 SC 

at American 
Washington & Lee 
at Michigan 
at Virginia 
at Navy 

Washington Coll. 
Georgia 
Gallaudet 
Stevens Institute 
North Carolina 
North Carolina 
at Pennsylvania 



'-27 
'-12 
14 
'-21 
-20 
-17 
'-13 
-26 
-27 
-14 
-34 
-22 
-15 
-20 



30-21 
32-26 
19-22 



at Washington & Lee 


L 


32-34 


at Virginia Military Inst 


W 


32-15 


Virginia 


w 


29-28 


at NC State 


L 


23-38 


at Washington Coll 


L 


16-21 


Western Maryland 


W 


32-25 


F19 at North Carolina 


w 


23-19 


Georgia ' 


L 


22-27 


1-Southern Conference Toum. at Atlanta, Ga 


■■M»-yCT"s 


14-4(11 -0H; 3-4R 






8-1 SC 






D19 Washington S Lee 


w 


28-24 


J12 at Virginia Tech 


w 


29-20 


J13 at Washington & Lee 


W 


31-28 


J14 at Virginia Military Inst 


W 


23-9 


Gallaudet 


W 


45-20 


Kentucky 


w 


37-7 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 


20-22 


St. John's College 


W 


25-22 


Virginia 


W 


26-20 


Stevens Institute 


w 


31-24 


at Navy 


L 


26-35 


F8 at Pennsylvania 


L 


26-30 


NC State 


W 


36-24 


at Virginia 


L 


12-34 


Washington Coll 


W 


22-20 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


23-19 


Virginia Tech 


W 


30-10 


Western Maryland 


W 


30-29 



7-9(3-5H;4-3R;0-1N) 
2-5 SC 

D20 William & Mary W 30-20 

D22 at Pennsylvania L 18-30 

J9 Randolph Macon L 20 

J15 at Virginia W 30 

J18 Johns Hopkins L 20 

J26 St. John's W 20- 

F1 Virginia L 22- 

F2 Washington & Lee L 22 

F4 at Virginia Tech L 29 

F5 at Washington & Lee L 18' 

F6 at Virginia Military Inst W 30' 

F8 North Carolina L 22' 

F13 at Navy W 30' 

F15 Western Maryland W 32 

F23 at Johns Hopkins W 19 

Mississippi ' L 35 



1-Southern Conference Toum. at Atlanta. 



16-6(10-3H;6-2R;0-1N) 
9-5 SC 

D13 William 8, Mary W 27-23 

J9 Duke L 27-28 

J11 Catholic W 37-30 

J14 Virginia W 54-20 

J17 Johns Hopkins W 41-24 

J22 at Navy W 43-39 

J25 Virginia Tech W 44-27 

F1 NC State L 26-28 

F3 Washington & Lee L 25-29 

F6 Western Maryland W 37-18 

F8 North Carolina W 34-26 

F11 at Virginia Tech W 34-23 

F12 at Virginia Military Inst W 44-25 

F13 at Washington & Lee L 21-36 

F15 Virginia W 51-29 

F18 at NC State W 21-19 

F19 at North Carolina W 29-22 

F20 at Duke L 24-39 

F22 at Johns Hopkins W 39-24 

F22 Virginia Military Institute W 39-21 

F25 St. John's W 42-25 

F28 Kentucky 1 L 21-26 
1-Southem Conference Toum. at Atlanta. Ga. 



18-4(10-2H;4-2R;4-0N) 

8-1 SC 
SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 
TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

J7 Gallaudet W 38-29 

J9 at Virginia Military Inst W 35-18 

J10 at Washington & Lee W 36-21 

J15 Duke W 32-24 

J17 Loyola L 30-33 

J22 at Johns Hopkins W 33-20 

J30 Virginia Military Institute W 44-20 

J31 Virginia Tech W 33-16 

F2 at Virginia L 31-34 

F3 Washington & Lee W 28-17 

F6 at Catholic W 24-21 

F10 North Carolina W 33-31 

F11 Washington Coll. L 32-33 

F13 Virginia W 34-21 

F14 Western Maryland W 45-35 

F17 St. John's W 32-27 

F21 at Navy L 33-36 

F25 Johns Hopkins W 31-22 

F28 Louisiana State ' W 37 

F28 North Carolina ' W 19 

M2 Georgia' W 26 

M2 Kentucky' W 29 



1-Southern Conference Toum at Atlanta. 



16-4(11-1H;5-2R;0-1N) 
8-2 SC 

D30 at Wisconsin L 

J11 Loyola L 

at Washington & Lee W 

at Virginia Military Inst W 

Navy W 

at Virginia W 

at Johns Hopkins W 

Virginia Military Institute W 

Virginia Tech W 

Catholic W 

North Carolina W 

F10 Washington Coll W 

F12 Western Maryland W 

F13 Virginia W 

Washington & Lee w 

St. John's W 

at North Carolina , L 

F20 at Duke W 

F23 Johns Hopkins W 

F26 Florida ' L 



28 
38 
28 
15 

31 
26 
20 
16 
34 
25 
16 
15 
46-18 
49-19 
24-20 
26-32 
20-18 
38-24 
24-39 
1-Southern Conference Toum. at Atlanta, Ga 



J15 
J16 
J20 
J21 
J23 
J26 
J30 
F3 
F6 



F15 
F17 

F 19 



11-9I10-2H, 1-6R.0-1N) 
7-3 SC 

D23 Wisconsin L 13-22 

J7 at Virginia Tech W 40-20 

J12 Duke W 30-28 

J13 at Virginia Military Inst L 29-30 

J14 at Washington & Lee L 40-43 

J18 at Johns Hopkins L 27-37 

J21 Virginia Tech W 37-21 

J25 at Catholic L 27-29 

J28 at Navy L 21-59 

J31 at Virginia L 19-26 

F3 North Carolina W 42-29 

F4 Georgia L 36-40 

F8 Washington Coll W 35-27 

F9 Virginia W 37-28 

F11 Washington & Lee W 46-28 

F14 Virginia Military Institute W 45-29 

F16 St. John's W 34-22 

F18 Western Maryland W 37-32 

F22 Johns Hopkins W 35-31 

F24 South Carolina ' L 28-65 



1-Southem Conference Toum at Raleigh. NC 



11-8 (9-4H;2-3R; 0-1 N) 
6-1 SC 



23-32 
26-21 



D18 


Michigan 


W 


29-25 


D30 


Indiana 


L 


17-30 


J5 


at West Virginia 


L 


24-26 


J11 


Duke 


W 


37-33 


J13 


at Virginia Tech 


W 


29-24 



J20 


Virginia Tech 


W 


34-32 


J24 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 


32-35 


J26 


at Virginia 


W 


43-20 


J3C 


North Carolina 


L 


24-28 


F2 


Catholic 


W 


33-25 


F3 


at Navy 


L 


27-46 


F6 


Virginia 


W 


28-25 


F9 


Richmond 


L 


35-44 


F1C 


Western Maryland 


W 


49-33 


F13 


Virginia Military Institute 


w 


36-27 


F15 


St. John's 


L 


32-37 


F17 


Washington Coll. 


W 


44-33 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


32-19 




Washington & Lee ' 


L 


37-45 



1 -Southern Conference Toum at Raleigh. NC 



1-10 (6-8H; 2-2R) 
4-5 SC 

020 Indiana L 

D29 Ohio State W 

J2 West Virginia L 

J4 South Carolina W 

J8 Virginia Military Institute W 

J11 Duke L 

J16 Washington Coll W 

J18 North Carolina L 

J30 at Navy L 

F2 Virginia W 

F9 Richmond L 

F12 at Catholic L 

F16 Washington & Lee L 

F20 at Virginia W 

F26 at Johns Hopkins W 

M2 St. John's L 

M6 Johns Hopkins W 

M11 Georgetown L 



J7 

J10 

J11 

J15 

J18 

J21 

J23 

J25 

J30 

F1 

F6 

F10 

F11 

F12 

F15 

F18 

F19 

F21 

M5 

M6 



14-6(9-3H,4-2R;1-1N) 
3-3 SC 

Virginia Military Institute 

at Washington S Lee 

at Virginia Military Inst. 

at Navy 

Richmond 

Baltimore 

Washington Coll. 

North Carolina 

William & Mary 

Duke 

Virginia 

at West Virginia 

Washington & Lee 

St. John's 



at Washington Coll 
Johns Hopkins 
at Georgetown 
Duke' 
Washington 8 Lee ' 



29-30 
50-41 
29-39 
35-21 
39-24 
39-48 
43-27 
31-39 
36-43 
44-24 
26-56 
29-45 
29-33 
33-32 
41-35 
17-24 
52-25 
24-25 



44-29 
27-30 
53-32 
32-20 



1-Southem Conference Toum atRaleigh. NC 



8-12 (7-3H;1-8R; 0-1 
4-8 SC 

D17 at Richmond L 40-51 

J6 Johns Hopkins W 54-31 

J8 at Washington &Lee L 27-51 

J9 at Virginia Military Inst W 48-28 

J14 Western Maryland W 48-36 

J16 at Duke L 31-34 

J20 Washington Coll. W 41-20 

J23 Virginia W 37-23 

J28 at NC State L 33-35 

J29 at North Carolina L 24-41 

J30 at Duke L 30-34 

F3 at Navy L 37-53 

F6 North Carolina L 35-44 

F9 Williams. Mary W 41-29 

F13 Virginia Military Institute W 45-28 

F18 Washington & Lee L 35-41 

F20 Georgetown L 27-39 

F23 at St John's L 37-39 

F24 NC State W 41-35 

M4 NC State' L 35-42 

1-Southem Conference Toum. at Ralegh. NC. 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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15-9(10-3H;4-5R;1-1N) 
7-4 SC 

016 Richmond L 26-31 

017 Michigan L 26-43 
J4 at Baltimore W 50-32 

Randolph Macon W 43-27 

at Washington 8 Lee L 29-31 

at Virginia Military Inst W 42-27 

at Georgetown L 39-57 

Duke W 40-35 

at Virginia W 39-23 

at North Carolina L 24-43 

at Duke I 34-44 

Virginia Tech W 42-35 

at Navv L 34-37 

New York Univ L 27-42 

Washington & Lee W 36-32 

F10 William & Mary W 45-38 

F11 Virginia Military Institute W 43-33 

F12 Catholic W 49-33 

F16 at Washington Coll W 43-42 

Dickinson W 57-27 

Johns Hopkins W 56-30 

St. John's W 38-29 

Citadel' W 45-43 

Duke ' L 32-35 



J5 

J7 

J8 

J12 

J15 

J27 

J28 

J29 

J31 

F2 

F3 

F5 



F19 
F21 
F23 
M4 
M5 



1 - Southern Conference Toum at Ralegh, N C 



15-9(9-2H;4-6R;2- 
8-3 SC 

D13 at Richmond 

D15 Clemson 

016 Davidson 

J4 at Pennsylvania 

J7 at Army 

J11 at Navy 

J13 Duke 

J14 Hampden-Sydnev 

J20 North Carolina 

J28 Virginia 

F2 at Duke 

F3 at North Carolina 

F4 at NC State 

F8 Georgetown 

F11 Washington 8 Lee 

F14 William& Mary 

F15 at St John's 

F18 Old Maryland 

F20 at Catholic 

F22 at Geo Washington 

F24 Washington Coll. 

M2 Richmond ' 

M3 NC State ' 

M4 Clemson ' 
1 -Southern Conference Toum 



34-39 
45-35 
44-27 
24-36 
25-45 
37-47 
37-34 
34-25 
34-32 
31-21 
60-44 
66-41 
40-46 
25-39 
39-37 
49-57 
48-20 
53-35 
40-38 
24-57 
47-37 
47-32 
53-29 
27-39 



at Raleigh, NC 



14-9(9-2H;4-6R;1-1N) 
7-4 SC 

012 Western Maryland W 48-32 

014 Randolph Macon W 47-16 

J1 Clemson W 53-26 

J3 at Pennsylvania L 34-41 

J4 at Rutgers W 51-39 

J5 at Rhode Island State L 53-59 

J9 Duke W 32-30 

J13 Richmond W 35-19 

J17 at Georgetown W 28-27 

J19 Virginia Tech W 49-41 

J20 Washington & Lee L 25-44 

J26 at NC State W 43-36 

J27 at Clemson L 30-48 

J29 at South Carolina L 30-33 

J30 at Duke L 37-48 

F3 Johns Hopkins W 49-36 

F7 at Virginia Military Inst W 60-33 

F8 at Washington S Lee L 19-39 

F17 Catholic W 46-31 

F20 Virginia Military Institute W 27-25 

F22 Geo Washington L 26-44 

F28 Washington & Lee ' W 43-30 

M1 Duke L 32-44 
"[■Southern Conference Toum at Ralegh. NC 



1-21 (1-10H; 0-11R) 

0-13 SC 

D14 Richmond L 36-48 

D17 at Johns Hopkins L 24-38 

D19 Clemson L 34-48 

J8 at Pennsylvania L 32-43 

J11 Duke L 26-40 

J14 at Washington & Lee L 41-59 

J15 at Virginia Military Inst L 30-64 

J17 at Georgetown L 34-51 

J24 North Carolina L 36-55 

J31 at Richmond L 17-38 

F1 at Duke L 17-43 

F3 at North Carolina L 29-44 

F5 at Navy L 27-52 

F6 at Virginia L 18-47 

F8 Washington & Lee L 15-42 

F10 at Geo Washington L 28-61 

F14 William 8 Mary L 40-58 

F15 Connecticut L 43-52 

F18 Virginia Military Institute L 27-41 

F19 Rutgers L 45-50 

F21 Virginia Tech L 39-48 

F22 Washington Coll W 26-18 



7-15|4-5H;3-10R) 
3-8 SC 

D13 at Richmond 

D16 at William & Mary 

D19 at West Virginia 

D30 atSetonHall 

D31 at City College of NY 

J2 at St. John's (NY) 

J9 at Virginia 

J10 at Duke 

J16 Washington Coll 

J21 at Georgetown 

J24 Geo Washington 

J29 Virginia 

F2 at Virginia Military Inst 

F3 at Washington & Lee 

F7 Washington & Lee 

F11 at Navv 

F13 William SMarv 

F14 West Virginia 

F18 at Army 

F20 North Carolina 

F25 Duke 

F27 Virginia Military Institute 



8-8 (5-3H; 3-5R) 
5-5 SC 

D10 Richmond W 

J1 North Carolina W 

J9 Virginia W 

J13 at Pennsylvania L 

J15 at Washington & Lee L 

J16 at Virginia Military Inst. L 

J23 at Geo Washington L 

J30 at Navy W 

F6 at Army L 

F12 Duke L 

F13 Washington 8 Lee W 

F15 at Virginia W 

F16 at North Carolina W 

F20 Georgetown L 

F23 William & Mary W 

F25 Virginia Military Institute L 



4-14(3-6H;1-7R;0-1N) 
2-1 SC 

011 Ouantico Marines L 

D17 Marshall L 

D21 Bambndge Navy L 

J8 at Virginia L 

J15 Virginia Military Institute W 

J22 Hampden-Sydney L 

J24 at Bambndge Navy L 

J26 FortBelvoir L 

J29 Catholic W 

F5 Virginia L 

F8 at Catholic L 

F9 Woodrow Gen Hosp W 

F12 at Richmond L 

F18 at Woodrow Gen Hosp L 

F19 at Virginia Military Inst W 



w 


41-23 


L 


34-39 


L 


36-63 


L 


15-59 


L 


40-57 


L 


48-64 


W 


35-34 


L 


33-37 


w 


28-25 


W 


51-42 


L 


29-47 


W 


36-26 


L 


41-46 


L 


44-52 


L 


28-30 


L 


47-61 


W 


42-32 


L 


27-41 


L 


32-44 


L 


30-34 


L 


46-64 


:: 


39-36 



32-28 

47-40 
53-49 
49-51 
40-50 
34-35 
43-48 
63-54 
40-44 
43-46 
55-35 
56-42 
40-31 
36-46 
51-36 
35-36 



33-59 
39-46 
20-52 
20-52 
43-36 
43-51 
25-78 
29-60 
33-31 
26-49 
33-53 
48-26 
34-65 
25-35 
31-29 



R E 

F26 at Navy L 35-69 

M1 at Army L 22-85 

NC State ' L 23-42 

1 - Southern Conference Toum at Raleigh. N C 



2-14(1-5H;1-8R;0-1N) 
2-5 SC 

D21 Gallaudet L 26-27 

J5 at North Carolina L 28-53 

J6 at Duke L 24-51 

J8 at NC State L 32-46 

J10 at Navy L 33-70 

J13 Virginia Military Institute W 46-28 

J18 Marine Corps Inst. L 34-50 

J20 NC State L 42-57 

J27 Hampden-Sydney L 42-43 

F3 at Virginia L 26-57 

F5 at Virginia Military Inst L 27-35 

F10 Virginia L 33-61 

F17 at William & Mary W 53-46 

F27 at Kings Point L 41-54 

F28 at Army L 34-54 

Duke ' L 49-76 
1 - Southern Conference Toum at Ralegh. N C 



10-11 (8-4H;2-6R;0-1N) 
5-5 SC 

018 Marine Corps Inst W 61-46 

D20 Marshall L 43-50 

021 Quantico Marines L 47-50 

J4 at Duke L 25-59 

J5 at NC State W 47-39 

J7 at North Carolina L 28-64 

J16 at Navv L 35-44 

J19 NC State W 37-33 

J23 at Virginia L 45-48 

J25 Duke W 43-38 

J26 Hampden-Sydney W 35-32 

F2 Geo Washington W 48-35 

F8 North Carolina L 31-33 

F9 Virginia W 37-36 

F14 Kings Point W 43-39 

F16 Richmond W 37-31 

F20 at William & Mary L 36-42 

F23 West Virginia L 33-35 

F26 at Kings Point L 31-48 

F27 at Army W 25-52 

M1 North Carolina ' L 27-54 
VSouthemConference Toum atRal&gh NC 



14-10 (9-3H;5-6R;0-1N) 
9-4 SC 

D14 at West Virginia L 43-81 

D17 Western Maryland W 49-39 

D18 Johns Hopkins W 41-36 

J3 at Ouantico Marines W 62-48 

J4 at North Carolina L 42-58 

J8 Richmond L 39-41 

J10 Ceo Washington W 44-43 

J16 at Washington 8 Lee W 65-60 

J17 at Virginia Tech W 57-49 

J18 at Virginia Military Inst W 61-50 

J22 at Navy L 27-55 

J24 North Carolina W 61-57 

J31 Washington 8 Lee W 59-50 

F4 Georgetown W 55-49 

F10 Geo. Washington L 48-63 

F15 at Richmond L 49-68 

F17 Virginia Tech W 55-42 

F18 Duke L 38-40 

F19 at Kings Point L 47-73 

F24 at Army W 57-54 

F26 Citadel W 52-40 

M1 Virginia Military Institute W 53-45 

M12 at Pennsylvania L 54-80 

M13 NC State' L 43-55 
1 -Southern Conference Toum atDurham, NC 




Flucie 



Stewart 

3 Seasons 

1947-48 to 

1949-50 

Overall: 27-48 

Conf.: 22-27 



11-14 I6-4H. 5-9R; 0-1N) 
9-7 SC 

D11 at Western Maryland W 63 

D12 Loyola L 52 

D16 Davidson W 59 

D17 at Washington & Lee L 64 

D18 at Virginia Military Inst W 53 

D20 at Johns Hopkins W 64 

J3 at North Carolina L 46 

J5 at Duke L 42 

J7 at Georgetown L 40 

J10 Clemson W 49 

J12 at Virginia L 44 

J14 at Navv L 47 

J16 South Carolina W 68 



J17 Virginia Military Institute W 63 



J31 at Army 

F7 Washington & Lee 

F11 at Geo Washington 

F13 North Carolina 

F16 Virginia 

F19 Richmond 

F21 at South Carolina 

F23 at Clemson 

F26 at Richmond 

M1 Geo. Washington 

M4 Davidson ' 



L 44 

W 64 

L 49 

L 47 

L 56 

W 60 

W 54 

W 63 

L 62 

L 35- 

L 51 



1-SouthemConference Toum atDurham, 



9-18(4-5H;5-12R, 0-1N) 
8-7 SC 

D4 at Temple L 49-67 

D9 Virginia Tech W 60-51 

D11 at Loyola IMd) L 75-77 

D15 Richmond L 45-54 

D16 Virginia L 47-53 

D18 Clemson W 74-50 

J3 at North Carolina L 47-55 

J4 Davidson ' L 49-52 

J7 at Virginia L 43-79 

J10 at Georgetown L 51-53 

J12 at Pennsylvania L 67-81 

J22 at Navv L 46-52 

J26 Geo. Washington L 54-66 

J28 at Miami (Ohio) W 43-42 

J29 at Miami (Ohio) L 48-58 

F2 at Cincinnati - L 33-70 

F4 at Virginia Military Inst W 53-45 

F5 at Washington 8 Lee W 66-60 

F8 South Carolina W 79-49 

F11 North Carolina L 42-66 

F17 Georgetown L 52-56 

F19 at South Carolina W 57-56 

F20 at Clemson L 49-68 

F24 at Richmond W 66-51 

F26 at Geo Washington L 42-61 

F28 Virginia Military Institute W 70-55 

M3 North Carolina ' L 61-79 
1-at Charlottesville, Va 
2-Music Hall, Cincinnati. Ohio 
3-Southem Conference Toum atDurham. NC 



1-17 (6-6H; 2-11R.O-0N) 
5-1 3 SC 

D3 at Virginia Tech L 57-63 

D5 at Tennessee L 40-61 

D6 at Virginia L 56-66 

D10 Washington & Lee W 65-46 

D14 at Pennsylvania L 52-54 

016 Clemson L 55-60 

D17 at Navv L 62-75 

D19 OhioWesleyan L 71-75 

J2 at North Carolina W 53-55 

J3 at Duke L 46-58 

J7 at Georgetown W 71-65 

J10 William 8 Mary L 52-56 



J14 Geo Washington 

J21 at William 8 Mary 

F1 Virginia Military Institute 

F3 North Carolina 

F6 at Virginia Military Inst 

F10 Duke 

F13 South Carolina 

F14 Virginia 

F18 Davidson 

F21 Richmond 

F24 at South Carolina 



49-59 
51-72 
56-64 
65-53 
56-69 
61-62 
67-57 
56-61 
70-52 
64-61 
67-48 
44-59 



F25 at Clemson 


L 68-70 




But! 
Millikin 

17 Seasons 

1950-51 to 

1966-67 

Overall: 243-182 

Conf.: 130-109 




^^^^^^jj^EjH ^^^1 



16-11 (10-3H;5-7R;1-1N) 
11-8 SC 

D1 Virginia W 59-57 

D6 at Pennsylvania L 65-74 

D11 William &Marv W 48-41 

D13 at Virginia W 46-43 

D18 Washington & Lee W 52-43 

D19 Rutgers W 51-45 

J2 at North Carolina W 67-59 

J6 at Richmond W 48-42 

J10 at Navy L 47-51 

J13 Georgetown W 58-47 

J15 Virginia Tech L 57-66 

J20 North Carolina W 56-55 

F1 at Davidson W 57-55 

F2 at South Carolina L 43-70 

F3 at Clemson L 44-50 

F7 at Washington & Lee L 65-83 

F8 at Virginia Military Inst W 46-41 

F12 South Carolina W 47-37 

F14 West Virginia L 64-70 

F16 Duke L 40-49 

F17 at William & Mary L 50-55 

F19 Clemson W 54-50 

F21 Richmond W 42-33 

F23 at Geo Washington L 47-67 

F24 Virginia Military institute W 65-46 

M1 Clemson ' W 50-48 

M2 NC State' L 45-54 
1-SouthemConference Toum at Ralegh. NC 



13-9(8-1H;5-7R;0-1N) 
9-5 SC 

D2 at Virginia W 

D5 Washington 8 Lee W 

08 at Pennsylvania L 

012 William 8 Mary W 

D15 at West Virginia L 

D18 at Virginia Military Inst W 

D19 at Washington 8 Lee W 

J3 at North Carolina L 

at Navv W 

Virginia W 

Georgetown W 

at Rutgers L 

North Carolina W 

Virginia Military Institute W 
W 



J5 

J7 

J10 

J12 

J18 

F9 

F14 Richmond 

F16 at William 8 Mary 

F18 at Duke 

F21 at Georgetown 

F27 at Richmond 

F29 Geo Washington 

M1 Davidson 

M6 Duke ' 



59-42 
71-51 
52-53 
54-53 
36-39 
57-59 
51-43 
47-51 
48-45 
63-53 
55-40 
55-61 
71-51 
64-46 
55-45 
66-71 
51-56 
61-71 
54-50 
56-57 
71-48 
48-51 



1 -Southern Conference Toum at Raleigh. NC 



15-8(8-2H.6-5R;1-1N) 



12-5 SC 

D2 Virginia 
D4 William 8 Mary 
D6 at Pennsylvania 
D13 West Virginia 



W 71-61 

W 64-61 

L 53-70 

W 52-45 



D17 at Virginia Military Inst W 54-37 



121 






A 




L 


D18 


at Washington & Lee 


W 


58-40 


J3 


at North Carolina 


L 


49-59 


J5 


at Virginia 


W 


59-56 


J8 


at Richmond (OT) 


W 


63-60 


J10 


Georgetown 


L 


45-54 


J12 


Virginia Tech 


W 


65-46 


J17 


North Carolina 


W 


68-66 


F3 


at Ceo Washington (2 OT] L 


62-63 


F6 


at Virginia Tech 


W 


70-56 


F9 


Richmond 


L 


46-49 


F12 


Virginia Military Institute 


W 


67-41 


F14 


Washington & Lee 


W 


87-56 


F17 


at William & Mary 


W 


79-57 


F19 


at Georgetown 


L 


48-49 


F21 


at Navy 


L 


47-51 


F24 


Geo Washington 


W 


66-53 


'.': 


Duke' 


W 


74-65 


M6 


Wake Forest (OT] ' 


L 


59-61 


1 -Southern Conference Toum at Raleigh, NC 


■■■.gun 




23-7(9-2H;13-4R;1 


1N) 






7-2 ACC (2nd) 






D3 


at South Carolina 


W 


53-49 


D4 


at Clemson 


W 


81-41 


D5 


at Wake Forest 


L 


54-71 


D8 


at William & Mary 


W 


69-54 


DM 


at West Virginia 


L 


71-87 


D17 


Virginia Tech 


W 


60-52 


DIS 


South Carolina 


W 


79-48 


D30 


at Arizona State 


w 


65-50 


35: 


Evansville 1 


W 


66-58 


J2 


at Kentucky Wesleyan' 


W 


54-37 


J4 


at Richmond 


W 


72-64 


J5 


Virginia 


W 


70-64 


J6 


Clemson 


W 


79-54 


J9 


at Georgetown (OT) 


L 


56-58 


J11 


Richmond 


L 


71-73 


J15 


Ceo Washington 


W 


68-61 


J18 


at Virginia 


W 


70-56 


J30 


at Tampa 


W 


61-51 


F1 


at Miami (Fla.) 


W 


63-57 


F4 


at Washington & Lee 


W 


51-25 


F5 


at Virginia Tech 


w 


54-41 


F11 


Washington & Lee 


w 


76-43 


F13 


at Navy (OT) 


W 


61-60 


F15 


Wake Forest 


w 


74-53 


F16 


Duke 


L 


61-68 


F16 


Georgetown 


W 


53-50 


F23 


at Geo Washington 


L 


57-70 


F25 


William & Mary 


W 


74-55 


M4 


Clemson - 


W 


75-59 


M5 


Wake Forest (OT) -' 


L 


56-64 


1-AII-Amenca City Tournament at 


Owensboro. Ky. 






2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. N C 


(Reynolds Coliseum} 






»» »--M M\ 1 




17-7(7-2H;10-4R. 0-1N) 






10-4 ACC (3rd) 






D4 


Georgetown 


W 


60-43 


D7 


Duke 


W 


49-47 


D10 


Wake Forest (OTI 


L 


58-62 


D14 


at Virginia 


W 


72-69 


D17 


at Duke 


L 


61-68 


D18 


at North Carolina 


W 


70-60 


D27 


Texas Tech 1 


W 


58-54 


D28 


Rhode Island' 


w 


83-66 


'' 


Cincinnati 1 


w 


78-61 


J4 


South Carolina 


w 


68-51 


J6 


Virginia 


w 


78-65 


J8 


at Clemson 


w 


71-63 


J10 


at South Carolina 


w 


68-52 


J13 


NC State 


w 


68-64 


J18 


at Geo Washington 


L 


53-75 


J29 


at Navy 


W 


60-54 


F5 


at William & Mary 


w 


67-62 


F8 


Geo Washington 


L 


67-73 


F12 


North Carolina 


W 


63-61 


F15 


Clemson 


W 


68-66 


F19 


at NC State 


L 


58-78 


F21 


at Wake Forest 


L 


71-75 


F25 


at Georgetown 12 OT] 


W 


57-49 


M3 


Virginia (OT) ; 


L 


67-68 


1-AII-Amenca City Tournament at 


Owensboro, Ky. 






2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, NC 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 







14-10 (9-5H; 5-4R. 0-1N) 
7-7 ACC (5th) 
D2 Virginia 
D8 William & Mary 
D10 Wake Forest 
D15 Kentucky 
D17 North Carolina 
D29 Michigan State' 
D30 St Francis' 



J4 South Carolina 

J5 Geo Washington 

J7 at Clemson 

J9 at South Carolina 

J12 NC State 

J14 at Duke 

J16 at North Carolina 

J21 at Georgetown (OT) 

F4 Navy 

F7 Duke 

F11 at Geo Washington 

F14 Clemson 

F18 at NC State 

F20 at Wake Forest 

F23 at Virginia 

F25 Georgetown 

M1 Duke 2 

1-Mid-Winter Festival at College Park, Md 

2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. NC 

(Reynolds Coliseum} 



67-55 
52-51 
61-51 
61-62 
62-68 
75-95 
75-66 
76-57 
62-48 
71-63 
59-53 
64-75 
62-76 
55-64 
62-57 
80-61 
70-82 
67-46 
81-69 
71-62 
60-76 
60-73 
72-61 
69-94 



16-10 (8-2H;7-7R;1-1N) 




9-5 ACC (2nd) 






D1 at Virginia 


W 


67-63 


D6 Fordham 


L 


62-68 


D10 Wake Forest 


W 


59-53 


D15 at Kentucky 


L 


55-76 


D17 at North Carolina 


L 


61-70 


D30 Montana State' 


W 


89-72 


D31 New Mexico A&M' 


L 


43-45 


J1 at Virginia 


W 


43-39 


J4 at Clemson 


W 


59-52 


J5 at South Carolina 


L 


60-68 


J10 Duke 


W 


62-51 


J12 at Geo Washington 


W 


68-48 


J14 South Carolina 


W 


66-59 


J16 Georgetown 


W 


82-69 


J19 NC State 


W 


79-66 


J31 at Duke 


L 


60-72 


F2 Geo Washington 


W 


84-67 


F5 No Carolina (2 OT) 


L 


61-65 


F12 Virginia 


W 


85-64 


F16 at NC State 


W 


56-49 


F18 at Wake Forest 


L 


58-62 


F23 at Navy 


L 


55-56 


F25 Clemson 


W 


74-65 


F27 at Georgetown 


W 


62-59 


M7 Virginia 2 


w 


71-68 


M8 South Carolina 2 


L 


64-74 


1-AII-Amenca City Tournament at 


Owensboro. Ky 






2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, NC 


(Reynolds Coliseum} 







22-7(10-1H;7-5R;5-1N) 

9-5 ACC (4th) 

ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 



D4 


Geo Washington 


W 


64-55 


D7 


at Fordham 


w 


61-58 


D9 


Kentucky 


w 


71-62 


D13 


Wake Forest 


w 


72-58 


D 18 


Navy 


w 


88-58 


D28 


Vanderbilt' 


w 


71-56 


D30 


Memphis State (3 OT)' 


L 


46-47 


J3 


at South Carolina 


w 


72-59 


J4 


at Clemson 


L 


66-73 


J8 


Duke 


W 


77-49 


J11 


North Carolina 


w 


74-61 


J14 


at Georgetown 


w 


55-45 


J20 


NC State 


L 


48-57 


Fl 


at Navy 


w 


64-51 


F7 


at Virginia 


w 


87-66 


F8 


at Wake Forest 


w 


74-67 


F13 


Clemson 


w 


72-54 


-is 


at NC State (3 OT) 


L 


64-69 


-IS 


Virginia 


w 


69-56 


F21 


at Duke 


L 


59-68 


F22 


at North Carolina 


L 


59-66 



F26 Georgetown 


W 


56-46 


J14 


at Duke 


L 


62-70 


D27 


Arizona 2 


L 


54-57 


M1 South Carolina 


W 


99-59 


J16 


North Carolina 


L 


52-58 


D28 


Columbia 2 


W 


82-76 


M6 Virginia 2 


W 


70-66 


J18 


Navy 


.'. 


63-62 


J6 


South Carolina (OT) 


L 


69-73 


M7 Duke (OT) ; 


W 


71-65 


J21 


NC State 


W 


75-57 


J11 


at Navy 


L 


55-68 


M8 North Carolina 2 


W 


86-74 


F2 


at North Carolina 


L 


56-63 


-'13 


at North Carolina 


L 


88-97 


M11 Boston College ! 


W 


86-63 


F4 


at Wake Forest 


L 


69-78 


J18 


at NC State 


L 


65-66 


M14 Temple 3 


L 


67-71 


F10 


at Clemson 


L 


59-76 


J20 


at Wake Forest 


W 


91-82 


M15 Manhattan 3 


W 


59-55 


F11 


at South Carolina 


L 


61-64 


F1 


at Geo Washington 


W 


80-76 


1-SugarBowl Tournament at New Orleans, La 


F13 


at NC State 


L 


66-83 


F5 


at West Virginia 


L 


67-91 


2-ACC Tournament at 


Raleigh, NC 


F16 


Duke 


W 


76-71 


F8 


Duke 


L 


72-104 


(Reynolds Coliseum} 






F18 


at Geo Washington 


L 


44-63 


F14 


Wake Forest 


L 


77-79 


3-NCAA Tournament at New York City. N Y 


F22 


Virginia 


W 


77-62 


F18 


North Carolina 


W 


74-64 


(Madison Square Garden} 






F25 


Clemson (OT) 


W 


82-80 


F20 


at Virginia 


L 


73-79 


4-NCAA Tournament at Charlotte. NC 


M2 


Clemson 3 


W 


91-75 


F22 


at Duke 


L 


63-84 


(Charlotte Coliseum} 






M3 


Wake Forest -' 


L 


76-98 


F25 
F28 


Georgetown 
at Clemson 


L 


78-81 
68-83 








1 -Dixie lwssii di Kditziyii, ivl iKeynuius luii- 


L 


I^^L^K^L^H 






seum) 

2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. NC 


F29 
M5 


at South Carolina 
Clemson 5 


L 
L 


64-74 


10-13 (7-3H;3-9R,0-1N 




67-81 


7-7 ACC (T3rd) 
n? wr ^fato i 


53-55 
62-66 
63-56 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 






1-VPI Tournament at Blacksburg. Va 


Uj INI. sidle 

D6 at Northwestern 


L 

W 




uuui 


Q 




2-Evansville Holiday Tournament a 

ville, Ind 

3-ACC Tournament at Raleig 


tvaro- 


D10 Virginia 




8-17 (4-6H. 4-10R; 0-1N) 




h, NC 


D15 at Kentucky (OT) 


L 


56-58 




3-11 ACC (7th) 






(Reynolds Coliseum) 






D17 Navy 

D20 Wake Forest 


L 


50-53 
68-65 

45-56 


D2 
D6 
D12 


at Penn State 
Georgetown (2 OT) 
NC State (OT) 


L 
L 
L 


65-71 
78-79 
68-73 










W 
L 




EIOEI 


IE 




D29 Mississippi State' 




18-8 (9-3H; 8-4R, 1-1N) 




D30 Loyola' 


W 


54-50 


D15 


Minnesota 


W 


75-69 




10-4 ACC (T2nd) 




J7 Duke 


W 


64-31 


D16 


Wake Forest 


W 


79-62 


D2 


Penn State 


w 


72-71 


J9 at South Carolina 


w 


59-41 


D18 


at Virginia 


w 


91-70 


D3 


Geo Washington 


w 


82-80 


J10 at Clemson 


L 


46-55 


D29 


Mississippi State' 


L 


62-64 


D5 


at Virginia 


L 


59-61 


J14 Georgetown 


w 


61-53 


D30 


Louisville' 


L 


64-83 


D8 


NC State 


L 


62-63 


J17 at Duke 


L 


69-78 


J3 


at Geo Washington 


W 


67-56 


D12 


West Virginia (OT) 


L 


73-80 


F4 at North Carolina 


L 


57-64 


J6 


South Carolina 


L 


77-86 


D18 


Wake Forest 


W 


82-64 


F7 at Wake Forest 


L 


53-56 


J10 


at Georgetown 


W 


83-70 


D19 


Kansas (OT) 


L 


61-63 


F10 Geo Washington (OT) 


L 


65-66 


J13 


at Duke 


L 


68-84 


D28 


Tulsa ' 


W 


66-59 


F14 at NC State 


L 


37-53 


J16 


Geo Washington 


W 


81-67 


D29 


at Miami (Fla.) 1 


L 


73-80 


F16 Clemson 


W 


77-58 


J20 


at NC State 


L 


61-68 


J4 


North Carolina 


W 


76-68 


F18 at Virginia 


L 


50-62 


J22 


at Miami (Fla ) 


W 


71-68 


J8 


at Clemson (2 OT) 


W 


67-65 


F21 North Carolina 


W 


69-51 


F3 


at Navy 


L 


58-67 


J9 


at South Carolina 


W 


75-70 


F25 at Georgetown 


W 


67-56 


F6 


North Carolina 


W 


79-62 


J13 


Navy 


W 


77-58 


F27 South Carolina 


W 


75-45 


F9 


at South Carolina 


L 


68-85 


J14 


at Wake Forest (OT) 


W 


93-85 


M5 Virginia 2 


L 


65-66 


F10 


at Clemson 


L 


61-73 


J16 


at NC State 


L 


67-73 


1-SugarBowl Tournament at New Orleans, La 


F13 


Duke 


L 


53-79 


J30 


at North Carolina 


W 


91-80 


2-ACC Tournament at 


Raleigh, NC 


F17 


at Wake Forest 


L 


78-81 


F1 


at Duke 


L 


64-82 


(Reynolds Coliseum} 






F19 
F21 


at North Carolina 
Virginia 


L 
L 


67-70 
68-72 


F10 
F13 


at West Virginia 
at Georgetown 


W 
W 


86-78 
85-67 










KJ 


Vt^H 


F24 

M1 


Clemson 
Duke 2 


L 
L 


68-75 
58-71 


F17 
F20 


Virginia 
at Navy 


W 
W 


52-47 


15-8(8-2H;7-5R,0-1N) 




70-57 


9-5 ACC (3rd 






1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. La 


F23 


Duke 


W 


85-82 


D3 at Geo Washington 


w 


64-57 


2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. NC 


F26 


Clemson 


W 


88-71 


D9 Virginia 
D14 Georgetown 
D18 Wake Forest 


w 

W 
L 
L 


70-62 
59-48 
47-54 
63-72 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 






F27 South Carolina W 
M4 Clemson 2 W 
M5 NC State 2 L 
1-Hurricane Classic at Miami, Fla 


73-59 
61-50 
67-76 




m mmtmt 







D28 Indiana' 




8-13(5-6H;3-6R;0-1N) 




(Miami 


D29 Fordham' 


W 


76-54 




4-10 ACC (T6th) 






Beach Convention Center) 






J4 Vale 


W 103-80 


D1 


Penn State 


L 


61-62 


2-ACC Tournament at 


Raleigh. NC. 


J8 South Carolina 
J13 at Georgetown 
J16 at Duke 


W 
L 

W 
W 


85-52 
51-66 
56-48 
63-53 


D4 
D9 
D11 
D15 


at Georgetown 
at Duke 
NC State (OTi 
at Virginia 


L 
L 

L 
W 


70-79 
56-92 
74-76 
67-61 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 








» M-M^M 


MT\ 


H 


J18 NC State 




14-11 (7-3H;7-7R;0-1N) 




J20 at Navy 


W 


51-50 


D19 


Wake Forest 


L 


74-85 




7-7ACC(5th| 




F3 North Carolina 


L 


66-75 


J5 


South Carolina 


.'. 


68-63 


D1 


at Penn State 


L 


61-65 


F6 at Wake Forest 


L 


64-65 


J7 


Geo Washington 


W 


74-72 


D4 


Wake Forest 


W 


87-66 


F10 at Virginia 


W 


44-43 


J12 


Navy 


W 


67-61 


D7 


NC State 


W 


59-48 


F13 at NC State 


L 


46-48 


J14 


North Carolina 


L 


56-78 


D10 


at Kansas 


L 


62-71 


F15 Clemson 


W 


70-55 


J19 


at NC State 


L 


59-79 


D11 


at Kansas State 


W 


63-57 


F18 Duke 


W 


71-61 


F1 


at Geo Washington 


W 


68-67 


D15 


Georgetown 


W 


77-59 


F20 Geo Washington (OT) 


w 


86-84 


F4 


Georgetown 


W 


73-72 


D21 


at West Virginia 


L 


74-76 


F23 at North Carolina 


L 


64-81 


F7 


at North Carolina 


L 


68-82 


D29 


Houston' 


W 


69-68 


F26 at Clemson (2 OT) 


W 


66-59 


F9 


at Clemson 


L 


60-62 


D30 


Dayton' 


W 


77-75 


F27 at South Carolina 


W 


72-55 


F11 


at South Carolina 


W 


51-44 


J3 


at North Carolina 


L 


52-67 


M3 NC State 2 


L 


58-74 


F14 


at Wake Forest 


L 


54-75 


J5 


Virginia 


L 


62-65 


1-Bluegrass Tournament at Louisville. Ky 


F16 


Virginia 


L 


69-71 


J13 


at Duke 


L 


61-76 


2-ACC Tournament at 


Raleigh. NC 


F19 


Duke 


L 


70-76 


J15 


at NC State (OT) 


L 


58-60 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 






F23 Clemson W 69-67 
F28 Wake Forest ' L 41-80 
1-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. NC 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


J27 
J29 
J31 
F5 
F7 
F9 
F12 


at Geo Washington 

at Clemson 

at South Carolina 

North Carolina 

at Wake Forest (OT) 

Navy 

West Virginia 


W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 


107-81 
66-71 
78-63 


^E^K^^E^I 


■ 1 




14-12 (8-2H; 5-9R; 1-1N) 




76-66 
86-78 
74-69 


0-0 ALL (4111 

D1 Penn State 


W 
W 


64-47 
57-52 




■-•M-»-M 


Q 


KM 


D3 at Virginia 




9-17 (5-4H, 4-12R, 0-1N) 




107-92 


D6 Ceo Washington 


w 


80-66 




5-9 ACC (6th) 






F16 


at Virginia 


W 


71-64 


D10 at Minnesota 


w 


64-53 


D2 


Virginia 


w 


68-58 


F19 


Duke 


L 


69-74 


D14 at Georgetown 


w 


78-67 


D4 


at Georgetown 


L 


72-83 


F25 


South Carolina 


W 


56-42 


D17 Wake Forest 


L 


60-72 


D7 


at Penn State 


L 


62-91 


F26 


Clemson 


L 


69-81 


D29 North Carolina' 


L 


57-81 


D10 


NC State 


W 


72-62 


M3 


North Carolina ; 


L 


70-77 


D30 at NC State' 


L 


67-75 


D14 


West Virginia 


W 


74-72 


1-SugarBowl Tournament at New Odeans. La 


D31 Wyoming' 


W 


84-77 


D16 


Clemson 


W 


56-48 


2-ACC Tournament at 


Raleigh, NC 


J7 South Carolina 


W 


72-58 


D20 


Tennessee' 


L 


59-70 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 






J11 Georgetown 


w 


55-47 


D21 


Louisiana State' 


-'. 


75-65 











'122] 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 






J^M 









• 





11-14 (5-5H; 6-8R 0-1N) 
5-9 ACC (T5th| 

D1 Penn State W 76-53 

07 at NC State W 54-38 

D10 South Carolina L 63-65 

D13 at Virginia W 85-65 

D16 Oklahoma State' W 50-49 

017 at Memphis State' L 53-55 

D20 Wake Forest L 59-68 

028 Davidson- W 66-65 

029 Armv W 57-54 
J7 NC State W 60-55 
J11 at West Virginia IOT) W 82-81 
J14 DukelOTl L 69-72 
J16 Clemson W 68-48 
J28 West Virginia L 58-61 
J30 at South Carolina L 53-80 
F4 at North Carolina L 77-85 
F9 Ceo Washington W 78-52 
F11 at Georgetown L 49-80 
F13 Virginia W 87-76 
F16 atNavv L 65-66 
F18 at Duke L 58-81 
F22 North Carolina L 78-79 
F25 at Clemson L 61-65 
M4 at Wake Forest L 64-78 
M9 «outh Carolina ' L 54-57 
1-Memphis Stare Classic at Memphis, Tenn 
^■Charlotte Invitational at Charlotte. N C 
3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
(Greensboro Coliseum 

Frank 
Fellows 

2 Seasons 

1967-68 to 

1968-69 

Overall: 16-34 

Conf.: 6-22 



i-16(7-3H;1-12R;0-1N) 
4-10 ACC (6th) 

02 at Penn State L 71-76 

04 at Ceo Washington W 84-53 

D6 NC State L 62-75 

D9 South Carolina W 66-65 

D14 at Wake Forest L 60-73 

D21 at Texas-El Paso' L 53-70 

D22 S Illinois (OT)' L 72-73 

J3 at South Carolina L 59-68 

J6 at NC State L 52-68 

J10 West Virginia W 79-75 

J13 Duke L 52-84 

J15 at Clemson (2 OT| L 93-94 

J17 Navv W 76-72 

J30 at Miami [Fla.l L 73-93 

F3 North Carolina L 67-75 

F6 at Duke L 64-85 

F10 at West Virginia L 66-83 

F13 Virginia W 85-76 

F17 Wake Forest W 87-74 

F21 at North Carolina L 80-83 

F24 Clemson W 81-68 

F28 at Virginia L 68-70 

M2 Georgetown W 68-60 

M7 NC State : L 54-63 
1-Sun Carnival Tournament at El Paso. Texas 
2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. N C [Char- 
lotte Coliseum) 



8-18 (4-6H; 4-11R: 0-1N) 
2-12 ACC (T7th) 

N30 Penn State W 66-56 

D4 at West Virginia L 65-86 

D7 at South Carolina L 67-79 

D11 Princeton L 63-72 

D14 at Wake Forest L 87-95 

D17 Geo Washington W 99-96 

020 at Marshall' W 89-80 

021 Miami Fia i L 85-92 
D27 at Davidson- L 69-83 
028 Wichita State W 95-83 
J3 at Wake Forest L 71-93 
J4 at NC State L 69-85 
J8 South Carolina L 67-69 
J11 at Duke I 85-96 



J13 Clemson W 83-78 

J16 Virginia L 77-78 

F1 at North Carolina L 87-107 

F5 NC State L 81-86 

F8 West Virginia W 91-84 

F10 Duke L 83-93 

F12 atNavv L 68-72 

F15 at Virginia L 78-84 

F19 North Carolina L 86-88 

F22 at Clemson W 84-83 

M1 at Georgetown W 83-78 

M6 South Carolina ' L 71-92 

1 -Marshall Invitational at Huntmgtown. W Va 
2-Charlotte Invitational at Charlotte, NC 
3-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. NC (Char- 
lotte Coliseum] 

Charles Lefty' 
Driesell 

17 Seasons 

1969-70 to 

1985-86 

Overall: 348-159 

Conf.: 122-100 




13-13 (10-4H;3-8R;0-1N) 
5-9 ACC (6th) 
D1 Buffalo W 97-77 

D3 at Geo Washington W 92-71 

D10 at Princeton L 67-75 

013 Wake Forest L 87-104 

D15 South Carolina L 68-101 

D19 Armv 1 L 54-69 

D20 Fordham' 
D29 Delaware 
J2 at NC State 
J3 at Wake Forest 
J7 West Virginia 
J10 at South Carolina 
J12 at Clemson 
J14 Navy 
J24 Maine 
J28 Duke 
J31 North Carolina 
F4 at NC State 
F7 Georgetown 
F11 at Virginia 
F18 at North Carolina 
F21 at Duke 
F23 Clemson 
F25 at West Virginia 
F28 Virginia 
M5 NC State - 
1 -Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC (Char- 
lotte Coliseum] 



A 

.'. 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

:. 

:. 

W 

«.'. 

L 

L 

'.'. 

L 

L 

L 

W 103 

L 78 

W 79 

L 57 



97 
92 
67 

87 

68- 
54- 
94 
94 
57 
96 

s; 

44 
75 
73 
57 
52 
69 
54 
81 
69 
85 
76 



14-12 (11-4H;3-7R;0-1N) 
5-9 ACC (T6th) 



D1 Delaware 
D5 Buffalo 
D8 Lehigh 
D12 Wake Forest 
D16 at South Carolina 
D19 at Georgetown 
D22 Tampa 
D29 Miami IFIa) 
J2 Richmond 

NC State 

South Carolina 

Clemson 

Geo Washington 

at Loyola I Mdi 

at North Carolina 

at NC State 

at Duke 
F10 at Virginia 
F13 Duke 
F17 North Carolina 
F20 atSetonHall 
F23 at Clemson 
F27 West Virginia 
M2 at Wake Forest 
M6 Virginia 
M11 South Carolina ' 



W 86- 
W 109 



J6 

J9 

J11 

J23 

J27 

J30 

F3 

F6 



W 85 

W 72 

L 70 

L 79 

W 80 

W 111 

W 99 
L 
A 
W 



73 
70 
66 

71 
96 
92 
72 
77 
67 
33 
50 
! 2 
67 
69 
70-105 



W 100-83 
W 118-96 
L 57-78 
W 79-46 
W 86-77 
W 73-60 
W 102-79 
W 103-67 
W 90-69 
83-70 
61-63 
49-46 
85-60 
82-58 
72-92 
66-65 
77-58 
85-71 
78-60 
79-77 
67-57 
76-61 
59-68 
64-56 
45-42 
54-52 
62-57 
64-73 
67-55 
71-65 
91-77 



W 
L 

W 

w 

','.' 

L 
W 

','.' 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 

L 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
W 

w 
w 



1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
i Greensboro Coliseum) 



27-5 (14-OH, 7-4R; 6-1N) 
8-4 ACC (T2nd) 
NIT CHAMPIONS 
D1 Brown 

D4 at Ceo Washington 
D8 at Virginia 
D13 Georgetown 
D17 Canisius 
D20 at Loyola (Md.) 
D22 at Holv Cross 
D29 Western Kentuckv' 
D30 St John's' 
J5 NC State 
J8 at Clemson 
J10 at Wake Forest 
J22 atNavv 
J25 Buffalo 
J29 at North Carolina 
J31 at NC State 
F5 Duke 
F9 Duquesne 
F12 at Long Island Univ 
F16 North Carolina (OT) 
F19 Clemson 
F22 Richmond 
F26 at Duke 
M1 Wake Forest (OT) 
M4 Virginia 
M9 Clemson : 
M10 Virginia 2 
M11 North Carolina ' 
M18 St Joseph's ' 
M20 Syracuse 5 
M23 Jacksonville' 
M25 Niagara ! W 100-69 

1 -Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park. Md. 

2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 
3-National Invitation Tournament at New 
York City, N V (Madison Square Garden) 



23-7(12-1H;8-4R;3-2N) 
7-5 ACC (3rd) 
N29 Brown 
D2 at Richmond 
D9 Canisius 
D12 at Georgetown 
D22 Geo Washington 
D29 Georgia Tech' 
D30 Syracuse' 
J2 Kent State 
J6 at Clemson 
J9 Virginia 
J14 NC State 
J20 atNavv 
J22 Wake Forest 
J23 Long Island Univ 
J27 North Carolina 
J31 at NC State 
F3 at Duke 
F8 at Fordham 
F11 Buffalo 
F14 at North Carolina 
F17 Clemson 
F21 at Duquesne 
F24 Duke 
F28 at Wake Forest 
M3 at Virginia 
M8 Clemson ! 
M9 Wake Forest 2 
M10 NC State' 
M15 Syracuse ' 
M17 Providence ! L 89-103 

1 -Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park. Md 

2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 
3-NCAA Tournament at Charlotte. NC 
(Charlotte Coliseum) 



23-5 (12-1H; 9-3R; 2-1N) 
9-3 ACC (T2nd) 

D1 at UCLA L 64-65 

D5 Eastern Kentuckv W 106-57 

D11 Georgetown W 115-83 

D21 at San Francisco' W 78-60 



A 


127-82 


A 


82-50 


A 


107-80 


W 


99-73 


A 


88-79 


W 


90-55 


A 


90-76 


.'. 


76-58 


.'. 


79-75 


.'. 


95-74 


L 


85-87 


.'. 


76-67 


w 


105-76 


w 


100-73 


w 


94-88 


L 


78-89 


L 


81-85 


W 


83-72 


w 


93-64 


L 


85-95 


.'. 


69-66 


.'. 


81-71 


.'. 


96-68 


L 


60-62 


A 


92-81 


.'. 


77-61 


.'. 


73-65 


L 


74-76 


V. 


91-75 



ft D 

D22 Santa Clara' 
D29 Holv Cross 
D30 Boston College' 

at Richmond 

Clemson 

at Wake Forest 

at NC State 

Fordham 

at Navv 

Canisius 

at North Carolina 

NC State 

Duke 

at Virginia 

at Geo Washington 

North Carolina 

at Clemson 
F20 Duquesne 
F23 atOuke 
F27 Wake Forest 
M2 Virginia 
M7 Duke ' 
M8 North Carolina ' 
M9 NC State (OT) ' 



'.'. 
W 

w 

L 



W 53-52 
W 102-75 
W 58-37 
96-60 
89-60 
72-59 
74-80 
W 112-73 
W 72-50 
W 86-73 
L 73-82 
L 80-86 
W 104-83 
W 88-81 
92-71 
91-80 
56-54 
98-72 
64-61 
77-68 
W 110-75 
W 85-66 
W 105-85 
L 100-103 



1-Cable Car Classic at San Francisco. Calif. 
2-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park. Md. 

3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



24-5(12-2H;10-1R;2-2N) 

10-2 ACC (1st) 

ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 



N18 Richmond 

D4 at Wake Forest 

D7 Long Island Univ. 

D10 at Georgetown 

D12 DePauw 

D21 at Ceo Washington 

D27 Georgia Tech' 

D28 UCLA' 



W 106-81 

W 99-78 

W 99-84 

W 104-71 

W 115-49 

W 81-67 

W 105-67 



J2 Appalachian State 
J4 Notre Dame 
J8 Duke 
J11 Wake Forest 
J16 NC State 
J18 atNavv 
J22 at Clemson 
J25 North Carolina 
F1 at NC State 
F4 Virginia 
F6 at Fordham 
F8 at Duke 
F15 at North Carolina 
F19 at Virginia 
F25 at Duquesne 
F26 Clemson 
M1 East Tennessee 
M6 NC State : 
M18 Creighton ' 
M20 Notre Dame' 
M22 Louisville" 
1-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park. Md. 

2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 
3-NCAA Tournament at Lubbock. Texas 
(Memorial Coliseum) 

4-NCAA Tournament at Las Cruces. NM. 
(Memonat Arena) 



L 75-81 

W 96-50 

W 90-82 

W 85-77 

W 89-73 

W 103-85 

W 87-73 

L 82-83 

L 66-69 

W 98-97 

W 86-79 

W 65-46 

W 104-80 

W 96-74 

W 70-51 

W 103-82 

W 70-64 

W 104-87 

L 85-87 

W 83-79 

W 83-71 

L 82-96 



22-6(13-2H;8-5R, 1 
7-5 ACC (T2nd) 
N29 East Carolina 
D5 DePauw 
D6 at Richmond 
08 Boston University 
D10 Georgia Tech 
020 Fordham 
D22 UNC Charlotte 
D29 SetonHall' 
050 Princeton' 



J3 

J7 

J10 

J14 

J17 

J21 

J25 



Long Island Univ 

at Geo Washington 

at Wake Forest 

at NC State 

at Navy 

Clemson 

at North Carolina (OT) 



1N) 

W 127-84 

W 99-42 

W 98-71 

W 122-82 

W 93-65 

W 81-56 

W 70-60 

W 104-69 

W 66-59 

W 111-88 

W 82-72 

L 93-96 

W 87-69 

W 87-69 

L 77-82 

L 93-95 



O K 

J28 NC State 

J31 at Notre Dame 

F4 at Virginia 

F7 Duke 

F11 North Carolina 

F14 at Clemson 

F18 at Georgetown 

F21 at Duke 

F25 Wake Forest 

F28 Virginia 

M4 Duke IOT) •' 

M5 Virginia ; 



W 102-84 

W 69-63 

W 69-66 

W 102-91 

L 69-81 

W 98-89 

W 72-63 

L 67-69 

W 105-91 

W 81-75 

W 80-78 

L 65-73 



1 -Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park Md 

2-ACC Tournament at Landover. Md. (Capi- 
tal Centre) 



19-8(15-4H;3-3R;1-1N) 
7-5 ACC (4th) 



J9 

J15 
J19 
J22 
J27 
J29 
F2 
F5 
F9 
F12 



79-80 
86-70 
49-45 
58-45 
80-69 
92-74 
76-74 
W 106-72 
W 84-74 
96-85 
90-87 
85-86 
87-80 
62-54 
71-95 
68-71 
75-75 
76-86 
82-67 
65-64 
70-97 
84-78 
8-75 
85-72 
81-80 
68-77 
72-82 



W 
A 

L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 

W 
.'. 
W 
A 
L 
L 



N27 Notre Dame (0T| 

N30 Ball State 

D2 Long Island Univ 

D4 Princeton 

D8 East Carolina 

D12 DePaul 

D18 Appalachian State 

D22 Bucknell 

D28 Xavier' 

D29 Syracuse' 

J4 Richmond 

J8 Wake Forest (OT) 

NC State 

Navv ? 

at Clemson 

North Carolina 

at NC State 

Ceo Washington 

Virginia 

at Duke IOT) 

at North Carolina 

Clemson 
F15 Pittsburgh 
F19 Duke 
F22 at Wake Forest 
F26 at Virginia 
M3 NC State ' 
1-Marvland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md. 

2-Capital Centre, Landover, Md. 
3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, NC. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



15-15 (10-4H, 1-8R, 4-1N) 
3-9 ACC (6th) 
N25 Bucknell W 95-62 

N27 American' W 78-65 

N28 Georgetown' W 91-87 

D1 Penn State 2 W 89-80 

D7 East Carolina W130-106 

D10 at Geo Washington 
D17 Long Island Univ 
D21 Army 

D28 Western Kentucky' 
D29 Georgia Tech ! 
J4 Duke 
J7 at Wake Forest 
J11 at NC State 
J14 Air Force 
J16 Clemson 
J21 at North Carolina 
J25 NC State 
J29 at Notre Dame 
F1 at Virginia 
F4 Nevada-Las Vegas 
F8 North Carolina 
F11 at Clemson 
F16 at Pittsburgh (OT) 
F18 at Duke 
F22 Wake Forest 
F25 Virginia 
M1 NCState(3 0T]< 
M2 Duke ■ 
1 -Tip-Off Tournament at Landover. Md 
(Capital Centre) 

2-HersheyPark. Hershev. Pa (Hershey Park Arena) 
3-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



90-101 
94-64 
99-77 
91-78 
65-65 
78-88 
75-84 
82-88 
74-73 
90-75 
71-85 
75-80 
54-69 
64-66 
81-68 
64-66 
80-75 
86-89 
70-81 
91-89 
70-79 
W109-108 
L 69-81 



L 

W 

w 
w 

".'." 

L 
L 
L 

W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 

W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 



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L 


T 1 


M 


E 


J5 


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William & Mary 


c o 

W 56-51 J5 


R D 

at Dayton 


L 


5 

B 

63-67 


O O K 






A 






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n 






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n 


















J8 
J12 


Virginia 

at North Carolina 


L 
L 


64-83 
71-72 


J9 
J14 


at North Carolina L 
Duke (OT) W 


74-75 
78-76 










19-11 (12-4H;4-4R;3-3N) 






21-10 I12-3H, 6-5R;3-2N) 






9-17 (8-8 H. 1-8 R, 0-1 N) 




6-6 ACC (4th) 








8-6 ACC (4th) 






J15 


Duke 


W 


67-56 


J16 


Clemson 


W 


94-84 




0-14 ACC (8th) 






N24 Bucknell 


W 


107-97 


N28 


Navy 


w 


86-64 


J19 


at Clemson 


w 


80-61 


J19 


at UNLV 


L 


76-78 


D27 


Winthrop 


W 


76-58 


N28 Georgetown ' 


L 


65-68 


D2 


American 


w 


95-65 


J22 


Notre Dame 


w 


68-67 


J21 


Holy Cross 


W 


99-75 


D29 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


w 


70-59 


D2 at Air Force 


W 


81-68 


D5 


Wagner' 


w 


96-73 


J26 


Holy Cross 


w 


55-53 


J26 


Notre Dame 


W 


77-65 


D31 


Notre Dame 


L 


50-63 


04 at Nevada Las-Vegas 


L 


88-94 


D6 


at Syracuse 1 


w 


83-73 


J29 


NC State 


L 


56-81 


J27 


Villanova 


W 


77-74 


J3 


at NC State 


L 


47-69 


07 Penn State ! 


W 


69-61 


D10 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


w 


109-83 


J31 


Navy 


.'. 


98-73 


J30 


Virginia 


W 


71-58 


J5 


Towson State 


.'. 


79-71 


D9 Biscavne 


W 


86-60 


D13 


at Louisville 


L 


67-78 


F2 


Old Dominion 


.'. 


87-67 


F2 


Georgia Tech 


L 


60-72 


J8 


at North Carolina 


L 


65-98 


D16 East Carolina 


w 


82-71 


D20 


NC State 


w 


82-75 


F5 


Georgia Tech 


W 


77-68 


F4 


Old Dominion 


W 


87-75 


J10 


Virginia 


L 


64-71 


D20 NC State 


W 124-110 


D23 


at Georgia Tech 


w 


66-55 


F9 


at Wake Forest 


L 


66-79 


F6 


at Wake Fores 


W 


64-62 


J14 


Duke 


L 


61-85 


D23 Canisius 


W129-103 


D29 


Marshall 1 


w 


114-89 


F16 


North Carolina 


W 


106-94 


F9 


at Duke 


L 


62-70 


J17 


at Clemson 


L 


64-72 


D29 St Joseph's (GT) ! 


W 


62-56 


D30 


St Joseph's-' 


w 


74-57 


F19 


Clemson 


w 


92-88 


F13 


North Carolina 


L 


54-60 


J19 


Bucknell 


W 


77-68 


D30 Southern California' 


w 


83-79 


J3 


William & Mary 


w 


69-64 


F21 


at Duke 


w 


101-90 


F17 


at Clemson 


L 


64-71 


J21 


West Virginia 


w 


65-62 


J3 Ceo Washington 


w 


84-72 


J7 


at North Carolina 


L 


66-75 


F23 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


60-70 


F19 


at Georgia Tech L 


43-48 


J24 


at Old Dominion 


L 


73-87 


J6 Wake Forest 


L 


60-66 


J10 


Duke 


w 


94-79 


F26 


Wake Forest 


W 


83-75 


F21 


Towson State 


W 


91-38 


J28 


at James Madison 


W 


90-76 


J10 at NC State (2 0T| 


w 


82-81 


J14 


Virginia 


L 


64-66 


M3 


at NC State 


W 


67-58 


F24 


Wake Forest 


W 


69-66 


F1 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


72-76 


J13 Louisville 


L 


84-99 


J17 


at Clemson (OT) 


W 


68-62 


M7 


at Virginia 


L 


81-83 


F27 


NC State 


w 


71-70 


F2 


at Wake Forest 


L 


58-69 


J17 atClemson 


W 


77-63 


J20 


Md -Eastern Shore 


W 


81-65 


M11 


Georgia Tech (OT) ! 


L 


58-64 


M3 


at Virginia 


W 


60-55 


F4 


Clemson 


L 


79-80 


J20 North Carolina 


L 


53-54 


J24 


Notre Dame 


L 


70-73 


M17 


Tenn. Chattanooga ! 


W 


52-51 


M8 


Duke 5 


L 


73-86 


F7 


at Duke 


L 


67-76 


J23 Navy 


W 


82-62 


J27 


at Pittsburgh (OT) 


W 


69-66 


M22 


Houston ' 


L 


50-60 


M15 


Miami (Ohio) (OT) ' W 


69-68 


F10 


Georgia Tech 


L 


74-78 


J27 Notre Dame 


W 


67-66 


J31 


Georgia Tech 


W 


72-64 


'\-Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena) 




M17 


Navy 4 


W 


64-59 


F14 


North Carolina 


L 


86-93 


J31 Virginia 


L 


63-69 


F4 


at Wake Forest 


L 


60-67 


2- ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga (Omni) 


M22 


Villanova 5 


L 


43-46 


F16 


Central Florida 


W 


73-55 


F3 at Duke 


L 


78-87 


F7 


at Duke 


L 


54-55 


5-NCAA Tournament at Houston 


Texas 


1-Creat Alaskan Shootout. Anchorage 


F18 


UMBC 


W 


78-64 


F7 at North Carolina 


L 


67-76 


F12 


Clemson 


w 


72-70 


(The Summit) 






Alaska (Sutlivan Arena) 




F22 


Wake Forest 


L 


68-75 


F10 Clemson 


W 


77-69 


F15 


North Carolina 


L 


63-76 


















F25 


NC State 


L 


72-85 


F17 Duke 


W 
W 


70-68 
54-53 


F21 
F25 


Wake Forest 
at NC State 


W 
W 


94-80 
76-72 




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WM 


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Blaisdell Center) 

3-ACC Tournament at Atlanta. Ga (Omni) 


F27 
M1 


Md -Eastern Shore 
at Virginia 


W 
L 


117-51 


F19 at Wake Forest 




24-8I13-2H. 6-4R5-2N) 




77-82 


F21 at Virginia 


L 


72-75 


F28 


at Virginia 


L 


63-74 




9-5 ACC (2nd) 






4-NCAA Tournament at Dayton. Ohio (Dav 


M6 


North Carolina ' 


L 


63-82 


M1 Clemson J 


W 


75-67 


M5 


Duke : 


W 


56-53 




ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 


ton Arena) 






1-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md (Capi- 


M2 North Carolina ' 


L 


79-102 


M6 


Virginia : 


W 


85-62 


N26 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


87-65 


5-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham. Ala 


tal Centre) 






M7 Rhode Island (3 OT) ! 


W 


67-65 


M7 


North Carolina ; 


L 


60-61 


D1 


Ohio State ' 


L 


68-72 


(Birmingham Coliseum) 






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M12 Ohio State 5 


L 

re) 


72-79 


M12 
M14 


Tenn Chattanooga 5 
Indiana 5 


W 

L 

ft; v 


81-69 
64-99 


D3 
D6 


Canisius 
Penn State ; 


W 

.'. 


77-55 
67-58 












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2-Hershey Park Hershey. Pa (hemicy mi* 


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D10 


at Duquesne 


w 


78-67 




19-14(10-5H;6-7R;3-2N) 






DO MIA. IjUIJ 






Arena) 






2-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 


D14 


Md -Eastern Shore 


W 104-69 




6-8 ACC (6th) 




N27 


Loyola (Md ) ' 


W 


74-60 


3-Marvland Invitational Tournament at Col- 


lege Park, Md 






D24 


Boston College 


W 


89-76 


N23 


Northeastern 


W 


84-72 


N28 


Mississippi ' 


W 


77-69 


lege Park, Md. 






3-ACC Tournament at Landover. Md {Capi- 


D29 


Randolph Macon' 


w 


58-52 


N26 


at George Mason W 


81-80 


D3 


Winthrop 


w 


65-52 


4- ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 


tal Centre) 






D30 


La Salle 5 


W 


96-83 


N30 


at Ohio State 


L 


66-78 


D5 


at West Virginia 


L 


49-75 


{Greensboro Coliseum) 






4-NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Oh. (Day- 


J4 


at NC State 


w 


59-55 


D3 


Fairleigh Dickinson W 


74-51 


D8 


at Mt St Mary's 


w 


82-54 


5-National Invitation Tournament at College 

n-irl- Kjlri 


ton Arena) 






J7 


William & Mary 


w 


58-44 


D5 


William & Mary 


W 


77-48 


D10 
D12 
D28 


East Carolina 
at Louisiana State 
South Carolina 


w 

L 

w 


75-59 
54-55 
82-77 


P3TK, MO 








BEJE3QE 


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J12 
J14 
J17 
J21 


North Carolina 
at Duke 
Clemson 
at Old Dominion 


L 

w 
w 
w 


62-74 
81-75 
85-72 
69-58 


D7 
012 
D13 
D21 


UNLV 


L 


61-64 
42-41 
91-58 
60-58 




LJ 


El 




16-13 (13-3H;2-8R; 
5-9 ACC (5th) 


-2N) 




at West Virgin a w 
Towson State W 
Alabama W 


D30 
J2 


Arkansas 
Wake Forest 


w 
w 


88-61 


24-7, 16-0H;4-4R;4-3N) 




93-76 


11-3 ACC (1ST) 






N27 


St. Peter's 


W 


49-42 


J28 


at Notre Dame 


L 


47-52 


D28 


Stanford ' 


W 


67-55 


J6 


at Missouri 


L 


85-93 


ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 


N29 


Lafayette 


W 


82-58 


. J31 


at Virginia 


w 


67-66 


D29 


at Hawaii Pacifc 1 W 


92-85 


J9 


Clemson 


w 


68-53 


N30 Md -Eastern Shore 


.'. 


82-58 


D2 


Long Island Univ 


W 


87-79 


F4 


at Georgia Tech (2 OT) 


L 


70-71 


J4 


Duke 


L 


75-81 


J14 


North Carolina 


L 


65-71 


D3 Penn State ' 


w 


56-55 


D5 


George Mason 


W 


74-62 


F8 


at Wake Forest 


L 


87-90 


J7 


Randolph Macon W 


74-50 


J16 


at Duke 


w 


72-69 


D4 Georgetown : 


L 


71-83 


D7 


Md -Eastern Shore 


W 


76-64 


F11 


Duke 


L 


84-89 


J11 


at Georgia Tech 


67-68 


J20 


at Virginia 


L 


72-84 


D8 Brown 


W 


72-59 


D9 


Towson State 


W 


75-59 


F13 


Dayton 


W 


61-59 


J14 


North Carolina 


L 


67-71 


J27 


NC State 


L 


81-83 


D10 Catholic 


w 


113-79 


D12 


at NC State 


L 


53-74 


F18 


at Clemson (3 OT) 


W 


66-65 


J19 


at Virginia 


L 


49-70 


F2 


at Notre Dame 


W 


78-75 


D19 Georgia Tech 


w 


70-60 


D19 


Ohio University 


W 


90-64 


F19 


at North Carolina 


L 


63-78 


J23 


NC State 


L 


55-67 


F6 


at Old Dominion 


W 


70-65 


D22 Bucknell 


w 


95-73 


D23 


Georgia Tech 


L 


43-45 


F23 


Georgia Tech 


W 


79-74 


J25 


at Duke 


L 


68-80 


F8 


Georgia Tech 


L 


83-96 


D28 Miami (Ohio)' 


w 


115-76 


D29 


at UCLA 


L 


57-90 


F26 


Wake Forest 


W 


90-79 


J28 


Wake Forest 


W 


77-55 


F10 


at Clemson 


.'. 


70-66 


D29 Temple 5 


w 


85-63 


J5 


North Carolina 


L 


50-66 


F29 


NC State 


W 


63-50 


F1 


at Villanova 


L 


62-64 


F13 


Duke 


L 


83-90 


J3 at Georgia Tech 


w 


83-74 


J9 


at Duke 


W 


40-36 


M4 


Virginia 


.'. 


74-65 


F3 


at Notre Dame 


L 


62-69 


F17 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


82-104 


J5 at Wake Forest 


w 


84-76 


J12 


at Virginia (OT) 


L 


40-45 


M9 


NC State * 


w 


69-63 


F8 


at Clemson 


W 


78-69 


F20 


at North Carolina 


L 


73-74 


J10 at NC State 


L 


62-67 


J16 


Clemson 


W 


62-57 


M10 


Wake Forest 4 


.'. 


66-64 


F13 


at NC State 


W 


67-66 


F25 


Md -Eastern Shore 


W 


101-51 


J12 Pittsburgh 


w 


95-88 


J20 


Canisius 


W 


91-73 


M11 


Duke" 


w 


74-62 


F15 


at Clemson 


L 


60-70 


F27 


at Wake Forest 


.'. 


70-65 


J16 Clemson 


w 


84-83 


J23 


at Notre Dame 


L 


51-55 


M17 


West Virginia 5 


w 


102-77 


F17 


Md -Eastern Shore W 


91-44 


M3 


at NC State 


L 


68-74 


J20 at North Carolina 


w 


92-86 


J27 


at William & Mary 


W 


50-43 


M22 


Illinois fi 


L 


70-72 


F20 


at North Carolina (OT) W 


77-72 


MS 


Virginia 


W 


69-63 


J23 NC State 


w 


66-62 


J30 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


63-64 


1 -East Rutherford. NJ (Brendan Byrne Arena) 


F22 


Georgia Tech 


L 


70-77 


M11 


Georgia Tech : 


.'. 


84-67 


J26 at Notre Dame 


L 


63-64 


F3 


Wake Forest 


W 


61-56 


2-HersheyPark. Hershey, Pa (Hershey 'Park Arena! 


F26 


at Wake Fores 


W 


59-48 


M12 


North Carolina ! 


L 


64-74 


J30 at Virginia 


w 


63-61 


F6 


Duke 


W 


77-60 


3-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 


M1 


Virginia 


W 


87-72 


M18 


UC Santa Barbara ! 


W 


92-82 


F2 Duke 


W 


101-82 


F7 


Hofstra 


W 


94-59 


lege Park. Md. 






M7 


North Carolina 


1 W 


85-75 


M20 Kentucky 


L 


81-90 


F7 North Carolina 


W 


70-69 


F11 


at North Carolina 


L 


56-59 


4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 


M8 


Georgia Tech ! 


L 


62-64 


1-MCl Heritage Classic. Baltimore. Md (Bal- 


F9 at Clemson 


L 


81-90 


F13 


at Clemson 


L 


66-75 


(Greensboro Coliseum} 






M14 Peooerdine ' 


W 


69-64 


timore Arena) 






F11 Boston University 


W 


99-76 


F20 


at Wake Forest 


L 


42-48 


5-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham. Ala 


M16 


UNLV 5 


L 


64-70 


2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, NC 


F13 East Carolina 


W 


85-72 


F24 


NC State 


L 


38-52 


(Birmingham Coliseum) 






1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wailuku 


(Greensboro Coliseum) 






F16 at Duke 


L 


61-66 


F27 


Virginia (OT) 


W 


47-46 


6-NCAA Tournament at Lexington. Ky 


Hawaii I War Memorial Coliseum) 




3-NCAA Tournament at Cincinnati. Ohio 


F20 Wake Forest 

F23 Virginia 

F28 Georgia Tech (OT) ' 


W 
W 


83-77 
82-71 


M5 
M12 


NC State ' 

Richmond 2 


L 

w 


28-40 

fifi-sn 


(Rupp Arena) 






2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 


(Riverfront Coliseum) 






w 
w 


51-49 
91-85 


M15 Georgia : L 69-83 
1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC 




■ ■.■■^H 


E3 




(Greensboro Coliseum) 

3-NCAA Tournament at Long Beach, Calif 

(Long Beach Arena) 




^tJEj^EJI 





EJI 


F29 Clemson' 




25-12 (14-2H.7-6R; 4-4N) 






9-20 (5-9H; 0-10R. 4-1N) 




M1 Duke 4 


L 
W 


72-73 
86-75 


(Greensboro Coliseum) 

2-National Invitation Tournament at New 


N23 


8-6 ACC (T4th) 
Kansas 


L 


56-58 










N25 


1-13 ACC (8th) 
Texas Christian 


W 










Bob 




M8 Tennessee s 






74-67 


M14 Georgetown s 


L 


68-74 


York City. N Y (Madison Square Garden) 


N24 


at Alaska-Anchorage ' 


W 


54-52 






U/£frt£> 


N26 
D1 


Georgia State ' 
Md -Eastern Shore 


'.V 

W 


69-62 

97-53 


i ■Hershey Park, Hershey, Pa. (nc sucy r~am 










N25 


Tennessee ' 


W 


72-49 






ffVH 




Arena) 


;.-~- 


ryl 




^JUUQ 


LJ 




D1 
D5 


West Virginia 
Cleveland St 


w 


56-47 
95-84 






3 Seasons 
1986-87 to 


D5 
D7 


at South Carolina 
Morgan State 


L 
.'. 


51-57 


2-Washington DC (Municipal 




20-10 (14-3H.5-4R.1-3N) 




73-61 


5-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 




8-6 ACC (T3rd) 






D8 


at Alabama 


w 


59-54 




H*^r# 


D10 


at Arkansas 


L 


68-73 


lege Park, Md 






N27 


Penn State ' 


L 


79-97 


011 


Ohio State 


,\ 


76-73 






1988-89 


D13 


Monmouth 


:. 


74-70 


4- ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C 


D1 


Md -Eastern Shore 


w 


91-70 


D13 


Md -Eastern Shore 


w 


87-48 


\ 


^"f s 


Overall: 36-50 


D27 


West Virginia 


L 


61-69 


(Greensboro Coliseum) 






D4 


at Canisius 


w 


67-66 






w 


81-74 








D29 


Lamar ; 


W 


74-65 


5-NCAA Tournament at Gree nc ^ nrn ^"~ 


D8 


St Joseph's 
Duquesne 


L 


56-64 


D22 


at Loyola 






Conf.: /-55 


D30 


Texas-El Paso ] 


L 


51-69 


IGreensboro Coliseum) 






D11 


W 


85-64 


D25 

D27 


Iowa (OT) ; 
at Hawaii : 


.'. 

w 


78-68 
79-71 










J2 


Louisiana State 


L 


77-79 


6-NCAA Tournament at Philadelphia, Pa 


D14 


Towson State 


W 


66-56 


D28 


Georgia Tech : 


L 


69-70 










J4 


at Wake Forest 


L 


60-70 


IThe Spectrum) 






D23 
J3 


UCLA (2 OT) 
American 


W 
W 


80-79 
73-71 


J2 


NC State 


w 


58-56 










J7 

J11 


at Clemson 

at North Carolina 


L 
L 


58-75 
72-88 



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1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 



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ALL 



J14 Duke 

J17 Virginia (OT) 

J24 Missouri 

J29 NC State 

F1 UMBC 

F4 at Georgia Tech 

F7 Clemson 

F11 at Duke 

F14 Georgia Tech 

F19 North Carolina 

F25 Wake Forest 

M2 at NC State 

M5 at Virginia 

M10 NC State ' 

M11 North Carolina ! 



L 72-82 

L 58-64 

L 73-87 

L 67-90 

W 78-66 

L 74-87 

W 98-87 

L 60-86 

L 66-67 

L 75-86 

L 61-75 

L 77-94 

L 59-86 

W 71-49 

L 58-88 





1-Freedom Bowl Classic. Irvine. Calif IBren 

Events Center! 

2-Sun Bowl Tournament. El Paso. Texas 

(Special Events Center! 

3-ACC Tournament at Atlanta. Ca (Omni! 

Gary 
Williams 

10 Seasons 

1989-90 to 

Present 

Overall: 192-118 

Conf.: 78-78 



8 9-9 



19-14 (12-4H; 3-7R; 4-3N) 
6-8 ACC (T5th) 

N25 Delaware State W 87-53 

N27 Augusta College W 105-74 

D1 South Carolina ' L 51-52 

D2 Army' W 78-60 

D4 Connecticut * L 65-87 

D9 Jacksonville W 68-53 

D12 Coppin State L 63-70 

D22 George Mason' W 104-86 

D23 E. Tennessee St ' W 91-86 

D24 Cal State Sacramento ' W 98-68 

D30 Alcom State W 110-91 

J4 Wake Forest W 88-82 

J6 at Clemson L 77-82 

J10 North Carolina W 98-88 

J13 at Duke L 80-91 

J17 at Virginia W 74-72 

J20 at Boston University L 61-65 

J23 South Flonda W 84-66 

J27 at NC State !_ 61-81 

J29 Virginia Tech W 89-80 

F3 Georgia Tech L 84-90 

F7 Clemson L 73-75 

F10 Duke(OT) L 111-114 

F13 at Georgia Tech L 78-80 

F17 at North Carolina W 80-76 

F19 at Southern Calif ornia W 64-62 

F22 Md -Baltimore County W 113-61 

F24 at Wake Forest i 74-84 

F28 NC State W 96-95 

M3 Virginia W 89-74 

M9 Duke' L 84-104 

M15 Massachusetts 5 W 91-81 

M19 at Penn State : L 78-80 
1-Central Fidelity Classic. Richmond. Va 
(Robbins Center! 

Sg East Challenge. Hartford. Conn 
(Hartford Civic Center! 
3-Chaminade Christmas Classic. Honolulu, 
Hawai 'Blaisdeli Arena! 
4-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. NC (Char- 
lotte Coliseum! 
5-Naticnal Invitation Tournament 





16-12 (11-3H; 3-8R. 2-1N) 






5-9 ACC (7th) 






■.:•- 


Towson State 


W 


93-69 


N28 


Southern California 


w 


72-59 


D1 


at West Virginia 


L 


85-90 


: : 


Boston College 


L 


85-100 


D8 


at Jacksonville 


L 


70-71 


DTI 


UC Irvine 


W 


93-79 


322 


Lafayette 


.'. 


64-48 


D27 


Rutgers ' 


w 


86-81 


D29 


South Carolina ' 


.'. 


78-69 


J2 


at Wake Forest 


L 


62-74 


J5 


Clemson 


w 


B1-65 



F1 

F6 
F9 



J16 Virginia 
J19 at South Florida 
J22 Boston University 
J26 NC State 
J29 American 

at Georgia Tech 

at Clemson 

Duke 
F13 Georgia Tech 
F16 North Carolina 
F19 at Virginia Tech 
F23 Wake Forest 
F27 at NC State 
M2 at Virginia (OT) 
1-ECAC Holiday Festival. New 
(Madison Square Cardenl 



E 

W 92-66 

L 73-105 

L 78-94 

L 62-76 

W 87-81 

W 85-59 

W104-100 

W 72-69 

65-80 

69-73 

81-101 

96-93 

75-87 

82-67 

86-78 

91-114 

78-74 



York City. NY 



14-15 (10-5H; 2-7R: 2-3N) 
5-11 ACC (8th) 
N23 Mount St Mary's 
N26 Md -Eastern Shore 
N30 American 
04 Providence ' 
D7 West Virginia 
010 at Louisville 
D21 Towson State 
D23 Rider College 
D28 Rutgers 2 
D30 Evansville 2 
J5 at Georgia Tech (#15) 

Duke (#1 ) 

at NC State 

at North Carolina (#14) 

Florida State (#23) 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

at Virginia 

at Florida State 

Georgia Tech 

NC State 
F20 at Duke (#1) 
F22 at Clemson 
F25 UNC-Greensboro 
M1 North Carolina (#10) 
M5 at Wake Forest 
M7 Virginia 
M8 Clemson ! 
M9 Duke(#1)> 
1-ACC/Big East Challenge. Hartford. Conn 
(Hartford Civic Center) 
2-FiestaBowiaassic. Tucson. Anz (McKale Center! 
3-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. NC (Char- 
lotte Coliseum) 



W 83-53 
W 115-60 
W 93-68 
W 76-66 
W 101-91 
L 79-96 
W 83-76 
83-69 
79-95 
64-75 
67-92 
66-83 
88-94 
76-96 
83-91 
76-86 
84-71 
75-82 
93-85 
65-67 
77-74 
89-91 
70-82 
84-55 
82-80 
77-66 
74-76 
81-75 
87-94 



W 103-80 
L 72-86 
94-63 
98-67 
93-76 
78-68 
W 103-63 
W 72-67 
W 109-69 
L 75-85 
L 73-101 
L 85-105 



W 
W 
W 
W 



12-16 (8-7H:2-8R. 2-1N) 
2-14 ACC (8th) 

Md -Baltimore County 

at West Virginia 

Md -Eastern Shore 

American 
D12 at La Salle 
D23 Towson State 
D26 Morgan State 
D28 Louisville 
J2 Howard 

Georgia Tech 

at North Carolina 

at Florida State 

Wake Forest 

Oklahoma ' 

at NC State 

at Clemson 

Duke 

Virginia 

at Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Florida State 

at Wake Forest 

NC State 

Clemson 

at Duke 

at Virginia 
M11 NC State 2 
M13 North Carolina ' 
^■Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena) 
2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. NC (Char- 
lotte Coliseum) 



D1 
D5 
D7 
DIG 



J5 

J9 
J13 

jie 

J19 
J23 
J26 
J30 

F4 

F6 

F9 

F13 

F17 

F24 

F27 

M3 



75-86 
89-78 
70-65 
72-82 
62-78 
68-70 
79-93 
63-77 
84-87 
64-88 
81-71 
73-81 
79-95 
74-88 
76-55 
66-102 



18-12 (10-3H.4-6R.4-3N) 




8-8 ACC (T4th) 






N26 at Georgetown (#15) (OT) W 


84-83 


N27 Cornell 


W 


92-41 


N30 Rider 


.'. 


93-79 


D2 Md -Baltimore County 


W 


89-80 


D4 Morgan State 


;.' 


85-62 


D7 Oklahoma ' 


L 


85-88 


D23 Towson State 2 


W 


109-71 


D28 Hofstra' 


w 


93-67 


D29 Massachusetts (#9) ! 


L 


80-94 


J4 at Georgia Tech (#12) 


W 


91-88 


J8 North Carolina (#2) 


L 


70-75 


J11 Florida State 


W 


80-74 


J15 at Wake Forest 


w 


61-58 


J22 NC State 


W 102-70 


J26 Clemson 


W 


73-53 


J29 at Duke (#2) 


L 


62-75 


F2 at Virginia 


L 


66-73 


F5 Georgia Tech 


L 


71-83 


F10 at North Carolina (#1) 


L 


89-95 


F12 at Florida State 


W 


69-66 


F16 Wake Forest 


W 


81-58 


F19 Loyola (Md) 


w 


94-71 


F23 at NC State 


L 


71-79 


F26 at Clemson 


L 


67-73 


M2 Duke (#2) 


L 


69-73 


M2 Virginia 


W 


70-68 


M5 Virginia " 


L 


63-69 


M17 St Louis (#22) 5 


W 


74-66 


M19 Massachusetts (#9> 5 


W 


95-87 


M25 Michigan (#11)' 


L 


71-78 


1-Oklahoma City. Okla (The Myriad 


I 


2-Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena! 




3-Hall of Fame Classic. Springfield. Mass 


(Springfield Civic Center) 






4-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC (Char- 


lotte Coliseum) 






5-NCAA Toum at Wichita, Kan (Kansas Cdiseum) 


6-NCAA Toum at Dallas. Texas (Reunion Arena) 


Mi M- M - TTW 


26-8 (16-0H; 4-4R, 6-4N) 




12-4 ACC (T1st) 






N21 Chammade ' 


W 


95-67 


N22 Utah' 


w 


90-78 


N23 Arizona State ' 


L 


90-97 


N29 Loyola (Md) 


:. 


92-62 


D3 Bucknell 


w 


102-64 


D5 UMBC 


w 


102-77 


D8 Colgate 


w 


113-53 


D10 Massachusetts (#5) ! 


L 


74-85 


D12 Towson State 


W 


120-73 


D23 Morgan State 


W 


138-72 


D27 La Salle 


W 


96-80 


D30 American 


;.' 


98-77 



J4 Georgia Tech (#24) W 80-67 

J7 at North Carolina (#1) L 90-100 
J10 at Florida State W 70-57 

J14 Wake Forest (#14) W 76-66 

J22 at NC State W 84-67 

J25 at Clemson W 56-51 

J28 Duke W 74-72 

F1 Virginia (#15) W 71-62 

F4 at Georgia Tech (#21) L 91-100 
F7 North Carolina (#1) W 86-73 

F11 Florida State W 80-65 

F15 at Wake Forest (#14) L 54-63 
F19 Cincinnati' W 72-72 

F22 NC State W 84-71 

F25 Clemson W 84-68 

M1 at Duke W 94-92 

M5 at Virginia (#13) L 67-92 

M10 Florida State ' W 71-64 

M11 N Carolina (#2) (OT)' L 92-97 
M16 Gonzaga 5 W 87-63 

M18 Texas s W 82-68 

M23 Connecticut (#8) 6 L 89-99 

1 -Maui Invitational. Lahama. Hawaii (iahaina 
Civic Center) 

2-Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena) 
3-San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome) 
4-ACC Tournament at Creensboro. NC 
(Creensboro Coliseum) 
5-NCAA Tournament at Salt Lake City. Utah 
(Jon Huntsman Center) 
6-NCAA Tournament at Oakland, Calif (Oak- 
land Coliseum) 



17-13 (11-3H, 3-5R, 3-5N) 
8-8 ACC (T4th) 

N24 Kentucky (#1)' 
N27 Towson State ! 
D2 Massachusetts (#5) ! 
D3 Geo Washington ! 
D6 Howard 
D9 UCLA • 
D13 Rider 
D23 American 
D28 Md -Eastern Shore 
J3 at Georgia Tech 
J6 N Carolina (#16) (OT) 
J13 at Wake Forest (#8) 
J17 Delaware State 
J20 NC State (OT) 
J24 Clemson (#18) 
J28 at Duke 
J1 Virginia 
F3 Georgia Tech (#25) 
F6 at North Carolina (#11) 
F10 at Florida State 
F15 Wake Forest (#8) 
F18 Missouri 
F22 at NC State 
F24 at Clemson 
F28 Duke 
M2 Virginia 
M4 Florida State 
M8 Duke 5 

M9 Georgia Tech (#18) ■ 
M15 Santa Clara' 
1-Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic. Springfield. 
Mass (Springfield Civic Center) 
2-Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena) 
3-Franklin National Bank Classic, Landover, 
Md (USAir Arena) 

4-John R Wooden Classic. Anaheim, Calif 
(The Pond of Anaheim) 
5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C 
(Creensboro Coliseum) 
6-NCAA Tournament at Tempe. Ariz (Spe- 
cial Events Center! 



1 


84-96 


'.'. 


70-67 


L 


47-50 


,\ 


98-81 


.'. 


88-71 


L 


63-73 


.'. 


83-67 


W 


104-79 


W 


104-66 


L 


84-98 


L 


86-88 


L 


64-77 


.'. 


118-55 


W 


77-74 


:. 


65-60 


L 


73-83 


W 


80-72 


w 


88-74 


■.v 


84-78 


L 


78-100 


L 


78-85 


:. 


91-72 


w 


86-84 


L 


61-68 


L 


75-77 


W 


83-71 


:. 


88-78 


:. 


32 69 


L 


79-84 


L 


79-91 



21-11 (11-3H;4-5R;6-3N) 
9-7ACC |T4th) 
N26 Howard 
N30 Towson State 
D2 Chicago State 
D4 UMBC 
D8 California ' 
D9 Geo. Washington (#25)' 
D12 Georgia Tech 
D21 American 
D23 Lafayette 
D27 Pittsburgh 2 
D28 at Hawaii 2 
D30 Georgia (OT) 2 
J4 Virginia 

J8 at North Carolina (#12) 
J12 at NC State 
J15 Clemson (#3) 
J19 at Wake Forest (#2) 
J21 Penn ' 
J26 Duke (#10) 
J29 at Florida State 
F1 Wake Forest (#2) 
F5 NC State 
F8 at Clemson (#10) 
F13 Florida State 
F15 Massachusetts 
F19 at Georgia Tech 
F22 at North Carolina (#12) 
F27 at Duke 
M2 at Virginia 
M7 Clemson (#13) ' 
M8 NC State ' 

M13 Coll of Charleston (#16) 5 L 
1-Franklm National Bank Classic, Landover, 
Md (USAir Arena) 

2-Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Neil S 
Blaisdell Center) 

3-Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena) 
4-ACC Tournament at Creensboro. NC 
(Creensboro Coliseum) 
5-NCAA Tournament at Memphis. Tenn. 
(The Pyramid) 



93-55 
93-76 
94-44 
67-31 
80-64 
74-68 
77-63 
81-74 
W 108-67 
W 66-63 
76-59 
65-73 
78-62 
85-75 
68-59 
63-67 
54-51 
W 103-73 
W 74-70 
70-74 
69-74 
66-55 
68-80 
73-57 
61-78 
76-68 
81-93 
69-81 
74-81 
76-61 
58-65 
66-75 



21-11 (11-2H. 4-5R;6-4N) 
10-6 ACC (3rd) 
N14 S Carolina [#7)iOTi ' 
N18 Fairleigh Dickinson 
N22 Mt St Mary's 
N25 Florida International 
D4 at Clemson (#17) (OT) 
D7 Kansas (#2) 2 
D8 Ceo Washington 2 
D13 UMBC 
D22 UNC-Asheville 
027 UNC-Wilmington 
D30 at Missouri 
J3 Duke (#2) 
J7 Florida State (#13) 
J10 at NC State 
J14 N. Carolina (#1 HOT) 
J17 at Wake Forest 
J21 at Georgia Tech 
J24 Clemson (#23) 
J29 at Duke (#1 1 
F1 Virginia 
F7 at Florida State 
F11 NC State 
F14 at N. Carolina (#1) 
F19 Wake Forest 
F21 Georgia Tech 
F24 at Virginia 
F28 Temple (#24)' 
M6 Georgia Tech ' 
M7 N Carolina (#4) (OT) ■ 
M12 Utah State 5 
M14 Illinois (#23) 5 
M19 Arizona (#4)' 
1-Black Coaches Association Classic, Minne- 
apolis. Minn. (Target Center} 
2-Franklin National Bank Classic. Washing- 
ton D C (MCI Center) 
3-Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena) 
4-ACC Tournament at Creensboro. NC 
(Creensboro Coliseum) 
5-NCAA Tournament at Sacramento. Calif 
(Arco Arena) 

6-NCAA Tournament at Anaheim. Calif IThe 
Pond of Anaheim) 



L 72-76 
W 81-70 
W 102-74 
W 117-70 
L 65-70 
W 86-83 
L 66-70 
W 104-66 
W 110-52 
W 74-56 
79-83 
72-104 
81-74 
68-65 
89-83 
60-72 
70-67 
74-69 
59-86 
77-70 
68-62 
78-63 
67-85 
79-83 
81-69 
74-66 
83-66 
83-65 
73-83 
82-68 
67-61 
79-87 



L 

L 

W 
A 

.', 
L 
W 
W 
L 

W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 

w 

w 
w 

L 
W 

.'. 
L 



28-6(13-1H;7-3R,8-2N) 




13-3 ACC (2nd) 






N14 Western Carolina 


W 


113-46 


N17 UMBC 


W 


90-62 


N20 Hofstra 


W 


89-59 


N23 Duouesne 


w 


81-47 


N26 at AU Puerto Rico' 


w 


82-32 


N27 UCLA (#10)' 


w 


70-54 


N28 Pittsburgh ' 


w 


87-52 


D3 Wake Forest 


w 


92-69 


D6 Stanford (#51 2 


w 


62-60 


D7 DePaul ' 


w 


92-75 


D12 at Kentucky (#5) 


L 


91-103 


D19 Princeton ' 


w 


81-58 


D23 North Texas 


w 


132-57 


D27 South Carolina State 


w 


104-70 


J3 Dukel#2) 


L 


64-82 


J7 at Virginia 


w 


71-66 


J10 NC State 


.'. 


94-48 


J13 at N Carolina (#7) 


.'. 


89-76 


J19 at Georgia Tech 


w 


77-62 


J24 at Clemson 


■:.' 


81-79 


J27 Florida State 


w 


107-87 


J31 at Wake Forest 


L 


72-85 


F3 at Duke (#2) 


L 


77-95 


F6 Virginia 


w 


88-72 


F10 at NC State 


:. 


63-50 


F13 N Carolina (#121 


.'. 


81-64 


F21 Georgia Tech 


w 


91-60 


F24 Clemson 


w 


77-60 


F27 at Florida State 


w 


84-75 


M5 Flonda State ■ 


w 


93-69 


M6 N.Carolina (#15)' 


L 


79-86 


M11 Valparaiso 5 


W 


82-60 


M13 Creighton 5 


W 


75-63 


M18 St John's (#8) e 


L 


62-76 


1-Puerto Rico Shootout, Bayamon, PR 


(Eugenio Cuerra Sports Complex) 




2-BBST Classic. Washington DC (MCI Center) 


3-Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena) 




4-ACC Tournament at Creensboro, NC 


(Creensboro Coliseum) 






5NCAA Tcunarr&tatOfoxb. Ra (CrtandoAmna) 


6-NCAA Tournament at Knoxville. Tenn (Th- 


ompson-Bolmg Arena) 







1999-sooo Maryland Men's Basketball 



vs. Opponents 



AIR F R C EHBOSTON UNIVERSITYHC H A M I N A D E 



Maryland leads, 2-0 

1977-78 74-73 W H 

1978-89 81_68 W A 

Maryland leads. 3-0 

1924-25 27-21 W N-sct 

1984-85 59-54 W A 

1985-86 60-58 W H 



Maryland leads, 2-1 
1975-76 122-82 
1989-90 61-65 

1990-91 85-59 

Maryland leads, 3-0 
1971-72 100-83 

1972-73 127-82 

1979-80 72-59 



W H 
L N-bg 
W H 



W H 
W H 
W H 




Maryland leads, 9-1 



1926-27 
1977-78 
1980-81 
1982-83 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 



16-21 


L A 


78-65 


W N-cap 


95-65 


W H 


73-71 


W H 


72-69 


W H 


93-68 


W H 


98-67 


W H 


98-77 


W H 


104-79 


W H 


81-74 


W H 



1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1986-87 
1994-95 



106-72 
95-62 

107-97 
95-73 
77-68 

102-64 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1994-95 95-67 W N-maui 



COLL. OF CHARLESTON 



Charleston leads, 1-0 

1996-97 66-75 L N-ncaa18 



CHICACO STATE 



Maryland leads, 1-0 
1996-97 94-4 4 

The series is tied, 1-1 
1924-25 22-16 W H 

1941-42 40-57 L A 



CINCINNATI 



Maryland leads, 2-0 
1954-55 78-61 

1994-95 74-72 



W N-aacity 
W N-ald 




Maryland leads, 4-0 
1969-70 97-77 

1970-71 109-70 

1971-72 82-58 

1972-73 93-64 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



W N-sct 



AU OF PUERTO RICOHC A L I F O R N I A 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1998-99 82-32 W A-prs 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1996-97 80-64 W N-fnb1 



APPALACHIAN STATEHU C IRVINE 



Maryland leads, 2-0 

1974-75 96-50 W H 

1976-77 76-74 W H 



Arizona leads, 2-0 

1963-64 54-57 L N-euans 

1997-98 79-87 L N-ncaa20 



ARIZONA STATE 



The series is tied, 1-1 
1953-54 65-50 W A 

1994-95 90-97 L N-maui 



R K A N S A S 



The series is tied, 1-1 
1987-88 88-61 W H 

1988-89 68-73 L A 



Maryland leads, 3-1 

1966-67 57-54 W N-ci 

1969-70 54-69 L H-mdinv 

1977-78 99-77 W H 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1990-91 93-79 W H 



UC SANTA BARBARA 



Maryland leads, 1-0 
1987-88 92-82 



Maryland leads, 7-0 



1989-90 78-60 


.V 


N-cfc 


AUGUSTA 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1989-90 105-74 


■;: 


H 


BALL S 


TATE 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1976-77 86-70 


■V 


H 


BALTIMORE 


CITY 


Maryland leads, 2-1 
1913-14 NA 
1935-36 55-33 
1937-38 50-32 


L 

w 

A 


H 
H 
A 


B 1 S C A 


Y 


N E 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1978-79 86-60 


A 


H 


BOSTON COLLEGE 



1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1978-79 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 

Maryland leads, 

1910-11 

1913-14 

1918-19 

1923-24 

1924-25 

1929-30 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1939-40 
1943-44 

1979-80 



86-77 

107-80 

86-73 

129-103 

91-73 

67-66 

'-55 

IT 

12-10 

35-30 

NA 

NA 

7-25 

12-14 

13-30 

14-20 

18-14 

27-17 

37-30 



W H 

W A 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W A 

W H 



29-40 
49-33 
40-38 
46-31 
33-31 
33-53 
113-79 



W H 

W H 

W A 

W H 

L A 

W H 

L A 



W H 
W H 
t A 



Maryland leads, 3-1 



1957-58 86-63 W N-ncaa1 

1973-74 58-37 W H-mdinv 

1983-84 89-76 W H 

1990-91 85-100 L N-accbe1 



CENTRAL FLORIDA 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1986-87 73-55 W H 



Maryland leads, 
1938-39 

1939-40 

1940-41 
1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1953-54 

1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 

1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 

1964-65 



74-42 
45-35 
27-39 
53-26 
30-48 
34-48 
49-42 
63-61 
74-50 
49-68 
55-60 
68-70 
44-50 
54-50 
50-48 
81-41 
79-54 
75-59 
71-63 
68-66 
71-63 
81-69 
59-52 
74-65 
66-73 
72-54 
46-55 
77-58 
70-55 
66-59 
59-76 
82-80 
91-75 
61-73 
68-75 
60-62 
69-67 
56-48 
68-83 
67-81 
67-65 
88-71 
61-50 
66-71 
69-81 
68-48 
61-65 
93-94 
81-68 
83-78 
84-83 



H 

N-sct 

H 

A 

H 



W H 



W H 
L A 



L H 

L A 

L A 

W H 

W N-sct 

W A 

W H 

W N-acc5 

W A 

W H 

W A 

W H 

W A 

W H 



W H 



W H 
W H 



W A 

L A 

W H 

W N-acc3 



W H 



W H 

L A 

L N-acc3 

W A 

W H 

W N-3CC3 



W H 



1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 

1972-73 



1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 



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 
1998-99 



75-68 
103-85 
56-52 
45-51 
61-63 
67-57 
54-52 
79-75 
69-66 
77-61 
89-60 
56-54 
82-83 
70-64 
77-82 
98-89 
71-93 
84-78 
90-75 
80-75 
77-63 
77-69 
75-67 
84-83 
81-90 
91-85 
68-62 
72-70 
62-57 
66-75 
80-61 
92-88 
85-72 
66-65 
94-84 
64-71 
78-69 
60-70 
64-72 
79-80 
68-53 
70-66 ■ 
58-75 
98-87 
77-82 
73-75 
81-65 
69-73 
84-71 
70-82 
81-75 
72-82 
73-81 
67-73 
73-53 
56-51 
84-68 
65-60 
61-68 
63-67 
68-80 
76-61 
65-78 
74-69 
81-79 (OT) 
77-60 



W A 

W H 

W H 

L A 

L A 

W H 

W N-acc2 

W A 

W H 

W N-acc2 

W H 

W A 

L A 



W H 



W H 

W H 



W A 

W A 

W H 

W N-acc2 

W H 

L A 

W N-acc2 

W A 

W H 



W H 

L A 

W A 

W H 

W H 

W A 

W H 

L H 

W H 

L A 

L A 

L H 

W H 

W A 

L A 

W H 

L A 

L H 

W H 

L A 

W H 

L A 

W N-acc1 



W H 



W H 
W H 



L A 

L H 

L A 

W N-acc1 

L A 

W H 

W A 

W H 



CLEVELAND STATE 



Maryland leads, 1-0 
1984-85 95-84 



L U M B I 



Maryland leads, 2-0 
1924-25 24-23 

1963-64 82-76 



CONNECTICUT 



Connecticut leads, 2-0 

1989-90 65-87 L N-accbe2 

1994-95 89-99 L N-ncaa16 



COPPIN STATE 



Coppin leads, 1-0 

1989-90 65-70 L H 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1995-94 92-41 W H 



CREIGHTON 



Maryland leads, 2-0 
1974-75 83-79 

1998-99 75-63 



W N-ncaa4 
W N-ncaa20 



A V I D S 



The series is tied, 1-1 
1966-67 66-65 

1968-69 69-83 

Maryland leads, 2-1 
1965-66 77-75 

1983-84 61-59 

1984-85 63-67 



A-ci 
A-ci 



W N-sb 
W H 
L A 



E L A W A R E 



Maryland leads, 2-1 
1910-11 14-23 

1969-70 94-58 

1970-71 86-73 



L A 
W H 
W H 



DELAWARE COLLEGE 



Delaware College leads, 1-0 
1913-14 NA L A 



DELAWARE STATE 



Maryland leads, 2-0 
1989-90 87-53 

1995-96 118- 55 

Maryland leads, 2-0 
1976-77 92-74 

1998-99 92-75 

Maryland leads, 2-0 
1974-75 113-49 

1975-76 99-42 



W H 
W H 



W H 
W N-bbt 



W H 
W H 



Duke leads, 


1925 


26 


1929 


30 


1930 


31 


1931 


32 


1932 


33 


1933 


34 


1934 


35 


1935 


36 


1936-37 


1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 



90-51 



W A 
W N-evan 



1940-41 
1941-42 
1942-43 



41-20 
27-28 
24-39 
32-24 
20-18 
30-28 
37-33 
39-48 
38-34 
47-35 
31-34 
30-34 
40-35 
34-44 
32-35 
37-34 
60-44 
32-30 
37-48 
32-44 
26-40 
17-43 
33-37 
46-64 
43-46 



W H 

W A 

W H 

W H 

L H 

W H 

W N-sct 

L A 

L A 

W H 

L A 

L N-sct 

W H 



A 

H 

A 

N-SCt 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 



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1982-83 


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67-86 L 


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66-55 




1944-45 


FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 


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49-76 


L 


N-SCt 




101-90 


vv 


Maryland leads. 1-0 






1955-54 


bB-bl 


w 


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78-81 


L 


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1945-46 


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45-38 


L 
IA 


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1985-84 


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84-89 


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997-98 


117-70 


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1954-55 


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53-75 


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1965-66 


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77-59 


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w 


H 


1946-47 
1947-48 


38-40 
42-55 


L 
L 


H 
A 


/4-b2 
1984-85 78-76 (OT) 


W 
W 


N-acc2 
H 










1955-56 


67-73 
62-48 


L 
W 


H 
H 




1966-67 
1967-68 


49-80 
68-60 


L 
W 


A 
H 


Maryland leads, 15-5 






1949-50 


46-58 


L 


A 




62-70 


L 


A 


991-92 


03-3 I (Ull 


L 


H 




67-46 


W 


A 




1969-70 


81-71 


w 


H 




67-57 


W 


H 




73-86 


L 


N-acc4 




95-85 


W 


A 


1956-57 


68-48 


W 


A 




1970-71 


79-92 


I 


A 


1950-51 


40-49 


L 


H 


1985-86 


75-81 


L 


H 


992-93 


85-105 


L 


A 




84-67 


W 


H 




1971-72 


79-46 


W 


H 


1951-52 


51-56 


L 


A 




68-80 


L 


A 




84-87 


L 


H 


1957-58 


64-55 


■H 


H 




1972-75 


99-73 


W 


A 




48-51 


L 


N 


1986-87 


61-85 


L 


l_l isss-sa 


80-74 


W 


H 


1958-59 


65-66 [OT) 


L 


H 




1973-74 


115-85 


W 


H 


1952-53 


74-65 


W 


N 




67-76 


L 


A 




69-66 


W 


A 


1959-60 


64-57 (OT) 


W 


A 




1974-75 


104-71 


W 


A 


1953-54 


61-68 


L 


H 


1987-88 


72-69 


W 


A 1994-95 


70-57 


W 


A 




86-84 


W 


H 




1975-76 


72-63 


W 


A 


1954-55 


49-47 


W 


H 




85-90 


L 


H 




80-65 


w 


H 


1960-61 


80-68 


w 


H 




1977-78 


91-87 


w 


N 




61-68 


L 


A 


1988-89 


72-82 


L 


H 




71-64 


\'< 


N-acd 




44-63 


L 


A 




1978-79 


65-68 


L 


N 


1955-56 


62-76 


L 


A 




60-86 


L 


A 


995-96 


78-100 


L 


A 


1961-62 


67-56 


W 


A 




1979-80 


71-83 


L 


N-armorv 




70-82 


L 


H 


1989-90 


80-91 


L 


A 




88-78 


w 


H 




81-67 


w 


H 






68-74 


L 


N-ncaa2 




69-94 
62-51 


L 
W 


N-acc5 
H 


111-114 (OT) 
84-104 


L 
L 


H 
N-acd 


996-97 


70-74 
75-57 


L 
W 


A 
H 


1962-63 


74-72 
68-67 


w 
w 


H 

A 




1993-94 


84-85 (OT) 


w 


A-cap 


1956-57 


G E 


R 


c 


1 A 




60-72 


L 


A 


1990-91 


78-94 


L 


H 


997-98 


81-74 
68-62 
107-87 
84-75 
95-69 


W 
W 
W 
W 
W 


H 
A 
H 
A 
N-acc2 


1963-64 


80-76 


w 


A 














Georgia leads, 4-2 






1957-58 
1958-59 


74-49 
59-68 
71-65 (OT) 
64-31 
69-78 
56-48 
71-61 


W 
L 
W 

W 
L 

W 
W 


H 

A 

N-acc3 

H 

A 

A 

H 


1991-92 

1992-95 
1993-94 


81-101 
66-83 
89-91 
87-94 
62-78 
79-95 
62-75 


L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 


A 

H 

A 

N-acd 

H 

A 

A 


998-99 


1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 


82-80 
107-81 
78-52 
84-53 
99-96 
92-71 
69-67 


w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 


H 
A 

H 
A 
H 
A 
H 




1923-24 
1926-27 
1930-31 
1932-33 

1981-82 
1996-97 


25-29 
54-55 
26-25 
36-40 
69-83 
65-73 


L 
W 
.V 
L 
L 


N-sct 

H 

N-SCt 
H 
N-nit 




F 


R D 1 


1 


A M 


1959-60 


Maryland leads. 7-1 
956-57 62-68 


L 


H 


N-rain 




G EO R 


5 TA 


1960-61 


62-70 
76-71 


L 


A 
H 




69-73 
74-72 


L 

W 


H 
H 


957-58 


61-58 


W 


A 


1971-72 
1972-73 


118-96 
88-79 


w 
w 


A 
H 












1994-95 


959-60 


76-54 


W 


N-blgr 




Maryland leads. 1-0 






1961-62 


68-84 
53-79 
58-71 


L 
L 
L 


A 
H 
N-acc3 


1995-96 


94-92 
75-85 

75-77 


W 
L 
L 


A 
A 
H 


969-70 
972-73 
973-74 


94-71 
85-72 
112-75 


w 
w 
w 


H-mdmv 

A 

H 


1973-74 
1975-76 
1976-77 


92-71 
82-72 
76-86 


w 
w 

L 


A 
A 
H 




1988-89 


69-62 


w 


N-free 




GEORGIA 


TECH 




Georgia Tech leads, 28-23 




1962-63 


56-92 


L 


A 




82-69 


W 


N-acc2 


974-75 


65-46 


w 


A 


1977-78 


90-101 


L 


A 




1972-73 


90-55 


w 


H-mdinv 




70-76 
72-104 


L 
L 


H 
H 


1996-97 


74-70 
69-81 


W 
L 


H 
A 


975-76 


81-56 


A 


H 


1978-79 
1995-96 


84-72 
98-81 


w 
w 


H 
N-fnb1 


1974-75 
1975-76 
1977-78 


105-67 
93-65 
65-63 


w 
w 
w 


H-mdlnv 


1963-64 


C A 


L L A U 


D E T 


H 

H-mdinu 




63-84 


L 


A 


1997-98 


72-104 


L 


H 


rhe series is tied. 7- 






1996-97 


74-68 


w 


N-fnb1 


1964-65 


64-82 
85-82 


L 
IA 


A 
H 


1998-99 


59-86 
64-82 


L 
L 


A 
H 


910-11 


50-56 

27-54 


L 
L 


A 
H 


1997-98 


66-70 


. 


N-fnb2 


1979-80 


70-60 
83-74 


w 
w 


H 




■ GEORGETOWN! 


A 


1965-66 


61-76 
69-74 
69-72 
58-81 


L 
L 


A 
H 




77-95 


L 


A 


915-14 


NA 
NA 


L 
L 


A 
A 


Maryland leads, 52-25 
1910-11 25-31 


L 


A 




1980-81 


51-49 (OT) 
66-55 
72-64 
43-45 


'.Y 

w 

w 

L 


N-acc2 


1966-67 


DUQ 


U E 


S 


N E| 


A 
H 
H 


L 
L 


H 

A 


Maryland leads. 7-0 
1971-72 85-71 


W 


H 


918-19 


NA 
27-26 


L 

W 


H 
n/a 


1913-14 
1934-55 


NA 
24-25 


L 
L 


A 

H 




1981-82 


1967-68 


52-84 


L 


H 


1972-73 


81-71 


W 


A 




9-33 


L 


n/a 


1955-56 


47-39 


W 


A 






63-64 


L 


A 




64-85 


L 


A 


1975-74 


98-72 


w 


H 


925-24 


42-28 


W 


n/a 


1936-37 


27-39 


L 


H 




1982-83 


77-68 
60-70 
58-64 
70-71 (20T) 
79-74 
69-70 
60-72 
43-48 
67-68 
70-77 
62-64 
72-76 
74-78 
83-96 
82-104 
84-67 


w 


H 

A 

N-acc4 

A 

H 

N-rain 


1968-69 


85-96 


L 


A 


1974-75 


105-82 


w 


A 


924-25 


25-14 


W 


H 


1937-58 


39-57 


L 


A 






L 
L 




83-95 


L 


H 


1982-85 


85-64 


w 


H 


925-26 


40-13 


W 


H 


1938-59 


25-39 


L 


H 




1983-84 


1969-70 


52-50 


W 


H 


1985-84 


78-67 


w 


A 


926-27 


39-26 


W 


H 


1939-40 


28-27 


W 


A 




L 

VY 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
.7 


1970-71 


76-87 
88-79 
67-70 
77-58 
59-68 
81-85 
96-68 

104-83 
64-61 
85-66 
83-77 

104-80 


L 

W 
L 
.'. 
L 
L 

:, 
w 
w 
w 

A 

w 


A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

A 

H 

H 

A 

N-acc2 

H 

A 


1998-99 


81-47 


A 


H 


927-28 
930-31 

944-45 


45-20 
38-27 
26-27 


w 
w 


H 
H 
H 


1940-41 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1947-48 
1948-49 

1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 

1952-55 


34-51 
51-42 
36-46 
40-52 
51-53 
52-56 
71-65 
58-47 
55-40 
61-71 
45-54 
48-49 


L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 


A 

A 
H 
A 
A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 




1984-85 

1985-86 

1986-87 
1987-88 


EAST 


CAROLINA^ 


H 


1971-72 


Maryland leads, 6-0 
1975-76 127-84 
1976-77 80-69 
1977-78 150-106 
1978-79 82-71 
1979-80 85-72 
1987-88 75-59 


w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 


H 

H 
H 
H 

H 
H 


A 


GEORGE MASON 


A 


1972-73 

1973-74 


Maryland leads, 3-0 
981-82 74-62 
985-86 81-80 

989-90 104-86 


w 
w 

A 


H 
A 
N-cham 


H 
N-acc2 

A 
H 




GEORGE WASHINGTON 


H 


1974-75 


EASTERN KENTUCKYH 


Maryland leads. 33-24 
913-14 NA 


L 


H 


A 




Maryland leads, 1-0 






N-acc2 


1975-76 


102-91 
67-69 


w 

L 


H 
A 


1973-74 


106-57 


w 


H 


918-19 


11-25 
20-53 


L 
L 


NA 
NA 


1953-54 


56-58 (OT) 
53-50 


L 
W 


A 

H 




1988-89 
1989-90 


74-87 
66-67 
84-90 


L 
L 


A 




EAST TENNESSEE STATE ■ 


H 
H 




80-78 (OT) 


■:: 


N-acc5 


Maryland leads, 2-0 






923-24 


41-22 


vV 


NA 


1954-55 


60-43 


W 


H 




L 


1976-77 


65-64 


w 


A 


1974-75 


104-87 


w 


H 




19-20 


L 


NA 


1955-56 


62-57 (OT) 


w 


A 






78-80 


L 


A 




85-72 
78-88 


w 

L 


H 
H 


1989-90 


91-86 


.'. 


N-cham 


938-59 
959-40 


24-57 
26-44 


L 
L 


A 
H 


1956-57 


72-61 
82-69 


w 
w 


H 
H 




1990-91 


65-80 
96-93 


L 
W 


A 
H 


1977-78 


E V A N S V 1 


LLEl 




70-81 
69-81 
78-87 
70-68 
101-82 
61-66 


L 
L 
L 
W 

w 

L 


A 
N-acc2 

A 
H 
H 
A 








■ 


940-41 
941-42 
942-45 
945-46 
946-47 


28-61 
29-47 

43-48 
48-35 
44-43 
48-63 


L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 


A 
H 
A 
H 
H 
H 


1957-58 
1958-59 

1959-60 


62-59 
55-45 
56-46 
61-53 
67-56 
59-48 
51-66 
78-67 


• 

tl 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
IA/ 


A 
A 
H 
H 
A 
H 
A 
A 




1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 


67-92 
65-67 
75-85 
79-93 
91-88 
71-85 


L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 


A 


1978-79 


The series Is tied, 1-1 
1955-54 66-58 

1991-92 64-75 


w 


N-aacity 

N-fiesta 


H 
H 

A 


1979-80 


FAIRLEICH DICKINSONB 


A 




Maryland leads. 4-0 






H 




72-73 


L 


N-acc2 


1980-81 


109-85 


w 


H 


947-48 


49-65 


L 


A 




1994-95 


80-67 


H 


W 


1980-81 


94-79 


IN 


H 


1985-86 


74-51 


w 


H 




35-59 


L 


H 


1960-61 






91-100 


L 


A 




54-55 


L 


A 


1986-87 


70-59 


.'. 


H 


948-49 


54-66 


L 


H 




55-47 

78-79 (2 OT) 

85-70 

70-79 


uv 


H 




1995-96 


84-98 


L 


A 




56-53 


'.V 


N-acc5 


1997-98 


81-70 


a 


H 


949-50 


51-72 


L 


H 


1961-62 
1962-63 


L 

w 

L 


H 
A 
A 






88-74 


W 


H 


1981-82 


40-36 
77-60 


:: 
N 


A 
H 


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950-51 
951-52 


47-67 
56-57 


L 
L 


A 
H 




1996-97 


79-84 

77-63 


L 
W 


N-acc2 




Florida leads, 1-0 






H 










1931-32 


24-59 


L 


N-sct 


952-55 


62-65 (2 OT) 


L 


A 




75-72 


tl 


H 






76-68 


W 


A 



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1927-28 



1928-29 



1929-30 



1930-31 
1931-32 



1932-33 



1933-34 



1934-55 



1935-36 



Michigan leads, 3-1 
1926-27 25-59 L 

1933-34 29-25 W 



North Carolina leads, 103-48 


1923-24 


20-26 


L H 


1924-25 


16-21 


L H 


1925-26 


23-22 


W H 


1926-27 


28-0 


W H 




23-32 


L H 




23-19 


W A 


1928-29 


22-28 


L H 


1929-30 


36-33 


W H 




29-22 


W A 


1930-31 


33-31 


W H 




19-18 


W N-sct 


1931-32 


26-25 


W H 




26-32 


L A 


1932-33 


42-29 


W H 


1933-34 


24-28 


L H 


1934-35 


31-39 


L H 


1935-36 


32-44 


L H 


1936-37 


24-41 


L A 




35-44 


L H 


1937-38 


24-43 


L A 


1938-39 


34-32 


W H 




66-41 


W A 


1940-41 


36-55 


L H 




29-44 


L A 


1941-42 


30-34 


L H 


1942-43 


47-40 


W H 




40-31 


W A 



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PEPPERDINE 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1985-86 69-64 W N-ncaa8 



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86-89 IOT) 
95-88 

69-66 IOT) 
66-63 
87-52 



W H 

L A 

W H 

W A 

W N-ram 

W N-prs 



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32-26 W H 

63-72 L H 

L A 

66-59 W H-mdinv 

58-45 W H 

81-58 W N-balt 



OHIO STAT EBP ROVIDENCE 



The series is tied, 1-1 
1972-73 89-103 

1991-92 76-66 



N-ncaa6 
N-accbe2 



1979-80 



OHIO UNIVERSITY 



Maryland leads, 1-0 
1981-82 90-64 



RANDOLPH MACON 



Maryland leads. 3-1 
1928-29 20-33 

1937-38 43-27 

1983-84 58-52 

1985-86 74-50 



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1939-40 
1940-41 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1990-91 
1991-92 



SACRAMENTO STATE 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1989-90 98-68 W N-cham 



ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

1955-56 75-66 W H-mwf 



ST. JOHN 



Maryland leads, 8-6 






1913-14 


NA 


L 


A 




NA 


L 


A 


1927-28 


25-22 


W 


H 


1928-29 


20-18 


W 


H 


1929-30 


41-25 


W 


H 


1931-32 


24-20 


W 


H 


1932-33 


34-22 


W 


H 


1933-34 


32-37 


L 


H 


1934-35 


17-24 


L 


H 


1935-36 


40-28 


W 


H 



1967-68 
1968-69 



N-acc5 



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Neutral Site Key 

ascity All-America City Tournament, Owensboro, Kentucky 

acd ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 

acc2 ACC Tournament, Creensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum) 

acc3 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 

acc4 ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Ca. (Omni) 

acc5 ACC Tournament. Landover, Md (Capital Centre) 

accbel ACC/Big East Challenge, Richmond, Va, (Richmond Coliseum) 

accbe2 ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Conn, (Hartford Civic Center) 

accbeS ACC/Big East Challenge, E. Rutherford, NJ. (Brendan Byrne Arena) 

armory Washington DC , Municipal Armory 

bait Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md 

BBST Classic, Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 
Black Coaches Assoc. Classic, Minneapolis, Minn (Target Center) 
Boston Garden, Boston, Mass 
Blue Grass Tournament, Louisville, Ky . 
(Kentucky State Fairgrounds Pavilion) 
Capital Centre, Landover, Md 
Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y. (Carrier Dome) 
Cable Car Classic, San Francisco, Calif (Oakland Coliseum) 
Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, Va. (Robbins Center) 
Chammade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Arena) 
Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 
ECAC Holiday Festival, New York, N.Y (Madison Square Garden) 
Evansville Holiday Tournament (Roberts Stadium) 
Dixie Classic. Raleigh. N C (Reynolds Coliseum) 
Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Ariz. (McKale Center) 
Franklin National Bank Classic, Landover, Md. (USAir Arena) 
Franklin National Bank Classic, Washington, DC. (MCI Center) 
Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvine, Calif. (Bren Events Center) 
Hurricane Classic, Miami, Fla. (Miami Beach Convention Center) 
Hershev Park, Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena) 
Hall of Fame Classic. Springfield, Mass 
(Springfield Civic Center) 
Hawaii Pacific Tournament, Honolulu. Hawaii 
(War Memorial Gymnasium) 

Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahama Civic Center) 
MCI Heritage Classic, Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena) 
mdinv Maryland Invitational. College Park, Maryland (Cole Field House) 
meado Meadowlands (Brendan Byrne Arena), East Rutherford, N.J. 
mit Marshall Invitational Tournament, Huntingtown, W Va, 
(Memorial Field House) 

Memphis State Invitational, Memphis, Tenn (Mid-South Coliseum) 
Mid-Winter Festival, College Park, Md. (Cole Field House) 
NCAA Tournament. New York City, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) 
ncaa2 NCAA Tournament, Philadelphia, Pa. (The Spectrum) 
ncaa3 NCAA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverfront Coliseum) 
ncaa4 NCAA Tournament, Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum) 
ncaa5 NCAA Tournament. Wichita, Kan (Kansas Coliseum) 
ncaa6 NCAA Tournament, Charlotte N.C, (Charlotte Coliseum) 
ncaa7 NCAA Tournament, Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena) 
ncaa8 NCAA Tournament, Long Beach, Calif, (Long 8each Arena) 
ncaa9 NCAA Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (Creensboro Coliseum) 
ncaalO NCAA Tournament, Houston, Texas (The Summit) 
ncaa11 NCAA Tournament, Birmingham, Ala (Birmingham Coliseum) 
ncaa12 NCAA Tournament, Lexington, Ky (Rupo Arena) 
ncaa13 NCAA Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M. (Memorial Arena) 
ncaa14 NCAA Tournament. Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena) 
ncaa15 NCAA Tournament, Salt Lake City. Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 
ncaa16 NCAA Tournament, Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Coliseum) 
ncaa17 NCAA Tournament, Tempe Ariz (Special Events Center) 
ncaa18 NCAA Tournament, Memphis, Tenn, (The Pyramid) 
ncaa19 NCAA Tournament, Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena) 
ncaa20 NCAA Tournament, Anaheim, Calif (The Pond of Anaheim) 
ncaa21 NCAA Tournament, Orlando, Fla. (Orlando Arena) 
ncaa22 NCAA Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena) 
nitl National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y. 

(Madison Square Garden) 
prs Puerto Rico Shootout, Bayamon, P R. 

(Eugenio Guerra Sports Complex) 
rain Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Neil S Blaisdell Center) 
sb Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La. (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 Civc Center) 
vpi Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. (Virginia Tech Coliseum) 
wood John R Wooden Classic, Anaheim, Calif. (The Pond of Anaheim) 
wor Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Mass. 



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Series Records 




Opponent (Games Played) 


Record 


Opponent (Games Played) 


Record 


Opponent (Games Played) 


Record 


Air Force (2) 


2-0 


Hawaii (2) 


2-0 


Oklahoma Stated) 


1-0 


Alabama (3) 


3-0 


Hawaii-Pacific (1) 


1-0 


Penn State (16) 


8-8 


Alaska (1) 


1-0 


Hofstra (3) 


3-0 


Pennsylvania (14) 


2-12 


American (10) 


9-1 


Holy Cross (4) 


4-0 


Penn Military Academy (1) 


0-1 


All-Puerto Rico (1) 


1-0 


Houston (2) 


1-1 


Pepperdine(l) 


1-0 


Appalachian State (2) 


2-0 


Howard (3) 


3-0 


Pittsburgh (6) 


5-1 


Arizona (2) 


0-2 


Illinois (2) 


1-1 


Princeton (6) 


4-2 


Arizona State (2) 


1-1 


Indiana (3) 


0-3 


Providence (2) 


1-1 


Arkansas (2) 


1-1 


Iowa (1) 


1-0 


Randolph Macon (4) 


3-1 


Army (4) 


3-1 


Jacksonville (3) 


2-1 


Rhode Island (2) 


2-0 


Augusta College (1) 


1-0 


James Madison (1) 


1-0 


Richmond (39) 


25-14 


Ball Stated) 


1-0 


Johns Hopkins (19) 


15-4 


Rider (3) 


3-0 


Baltimore City (3) 


2-1 


Kansas (4) 


1-3 


Rutgers (6) 


3-3 


Biscayne College (1) 


1-0 


Kansas Stated) 


1-0 


Sacramento State (1) 


1-0 


Boston College (4) 


3-1 


Kentucky (10) 


3-7 


St. Francis (Pa.) (1) 


1-0 


Boston University (3) 


2-1 


Kentucky Wesleyan (1) 


1-0 


St. John's (14) 


8-6 


Brown (3) 


3-0 


Kent Stated) 


1-0 


St. Joseph's (3) 


3-1 


Bucknell (6) 


6-0 


Lafayette (4) 


4-0 


St. Louis (1) 


1-0 


Buffalo (4) 


4-0 


Lamar (1) 


1-0 


St. Peter's (1) 


1-0 


California (1) 


1-0 


La Salle (3) 


3-0 


San Francisco (1) 


1-0 


California-Irvine (1) 


1-0 


Lehigh (1) 


1-0 


Santa Clara (2) 


1-1 


California-Santa Barbara (1) 


1-0 


Long Island (7) 


7-0 


Seton Hall (3) 


2-1 


Canisius (7) 


7-0 


Louisiana State (4) 


2-2 


South Carolina (57) 


31-26 


Catholic (22) 


12-10 


Louisville (6) 


1-5 


South Carolina Stated) 


1-0 


Central Florida (1) 


1-0 


Loyola (Md.) (12) 


7-5 


South Florida (2) 


2-0 


Chaminade(l) 


1-0 


Maine (1) 


1-0 


Southern California (USC) (3) 


3-0 


College of Charleston (1) 


0-1 


Manhattan (1) 


1-0 


Southern Illinois (1) 


1-0 


Chicago Stated) 


1-0 


Marshall (2) 


2-0 


Stanford (2) 


2-0 


City College of New York (2) 


1-1 


Md.-Balt County (UMBO (10) 


10-0 


Staunton Military Academy ( 1 ) 0-1 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0 


Md.-Eastern Shore (UMES) (13 


) 13-0 


Stevens Institute (5) 


4-1 


The Citadel (1) 


1-0 


Massachusetts (6) 


2-4 


Syracuse (5) 


5-0 


Clemson (116) 


74-42 


Memphis State (2) 


0-2 


Tampa (2) 


2-0 


Cleveland Stated) 


1-0 


Miami (Fla.) (6) 


3-3 


Temple (4) 


2-2 


Columbia (2) 


2-0 


Miami (Ohio) (2) 


2-0 


Tennessee (3) 


2-1 


Connecticut (2) 


0-2 


Michigan (4) 


1-3 


Tennessee-Chattanooga (2) 


2-0 


Coppin State (1) 


0-1 


Michigan Stated) 


0-1 


Texas-El Paso (2) 


2-0 


Cornell (1) 


1-0 


Minnesota (2) 


2-0 


Texas (1) 


1-0 


Creighton (2) 


2-0 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1 


Texas Christian (1) 


1-0 


Davidson (2) 


1-1 


Mississippi State (3) 


0-3 


Texas Tech (1) 


1-0 


Dayton (3) 


2-1 


Missouri (4) 


1-3 


Towson (12) 


12-0 


Delaware (3) 


2-1 


Monmouth (N.J.) (1) 


1-0 


Tulsa (1) 


1-0 


Delaware College (1) 


0-1 


Montana State (1) 


1-0 


UCLA (6) 


4-2 


Delaware State (2) 


2-0 


Morgan State (4) 


4-0 


Utahd) 


1-0 


DePaul (2) 


2-0 


Mount Saint Joseph (3) 


1-2 


Utah Stated) 


1-0 


DePauw (2) 


2-0 


Mount Saint Mary's (3) 


3-0 


Valparaiso (1) 


1-0 


Duke (141) 


51-90 


Navy (56) 


30-26 


Vanderbiltd) 


1-0 


Duquesne (7) 


7-0 


Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) (5) 


1-4 


Villanova (3) 


1-2 


East Carolina (6) 


6-0 


New Mexico A&M (1) 


0-1 


Virginia (149) 


57-92 


Eastern Kentucky 91) 


1-0 


New York University (2) 


0-2 


Virginia Military Institute (49) 


39-10 


East Tennessee State (2) 


2-0 


Niagara (1) 


1-0 


Virginia Tech (25) 


22-3 


Evansville (2) 


1-1 


North Carolina (151) 


48-103 


Wagner (1) 


1-0 


Fairleigh Dickinson (4) 


4-0 


UNCAshevilled) 


1-0 


Wake Forest (96) 


50-48 


Florida (1) 


1-0 


UNC Charlotte (1) 


1-0 


Washington College (15) 


12-3 


Florida International (1) 


1-0 


UNC Greensboro (1) 


1-0 


Washington & Lee (51) 


27-24 


Florida State (18) 


13-5 


UNC Wilmington (1) 


1-0 


West Virginia (35) 


15-20 


Fordham (8) 


7-1 


North Carolina State (123) 


57-66 


Western Carolina (1) 


1-0 


Callaudet (14) 


7-7 


Northeastern (1) 


1-0 


Western Kentucky (2) 


2-0 


George Mason (3) 


3-0 


Northwestern (1) 


1-0 


Western Maryland (9) 


9-0 


George Washington (57) 


33-24 


North Texas (1) 


1-0 


Wichita (1) 


1-0 


Georgetown (57) 


32-25 


Notre Dame (15) 


7-8 


William & Mary (14) 


14-0 


Georgia (6) 


2-4 


Old Dominion (5) 


4-1 


Winthrop (2) 


2-0 


Georgia State (1) 


1-0 


Ohio State (5) 


3-2 


Wisconsin (2) 


0-2 


Georgia Tech (51) 


23-28 


Ohio University (1) 


1-0 


Wyoming (1) 


1-0 


Gonzagad) 


1-0 


Oklahoma (2) 


1-1 


Xavierd) 
Yaled) 


1-0 
1-0 



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Last Maryland Win 
Last Clemson Win 
Williams at Md 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: 
By Decade: 



Last Maryland Win 
Last Duke Win: 
Williams at Md 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 



CLEMSON (MARYLAND LEADS 74-42) 



Feb 24, 1999, Home, 77-60 
Dec. 4, 1997, Away, 78-65 (OT) 













20-31 

10-3 

70-34 

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 40s 4-3 

60s 13-10 70s 18-5 

90s 11-11 



(DUKE LEADS, 90-51) 



50s 13-5 
80s 14-7 



1997; Home, 74-70 
, 1999; Away, 95-77 



Jan. 26, 

Feb 3, 

4-19 

32-32 

12-48 

7-10 

37-67 

Duke leads, 7-3 

7(1973-76) 

+33; 64-31, Home, 1958-59 

-36; 92-56- Away, 1952-53 

111-114; Home, 1989-90 

20s 1-0 30s 9-7 

50s 7-12 60s 4-17 

80s 10-14 90s 4-19 



40s 2-12 
70s 14-9 



FLORIDA STATE (MARYLAND LEADS, 13-5) 



Last Maryland Win 
Last Florida State Win: 
Williams at Md 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: 

By Decade 




March 5, 1999, Neutral, 93-69 

Jan. 29, 1997; Away, 74-70 

13-5 

6-2 

5-3 

2-0 

13-5 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

5 (1994-95) and (1997-99) 

+24; 93-69, Neutral, 1998-99 

-22; 100-78; Away, 1995-96 

93-85; Away, 1991-92 

93-69; Neutral, 1998-99 

90s 13-5 



GEORGIA TECH (GEORGIA TECH LEADS. 28-23) 



Last Maryland Win 
Last Georgia Tech Win. 
Williams at Md 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 



Feb. 21; 1999, Home, 91-60 
Jan 3, 1996, Away, 98-84 
11- 




23-28 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

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 11-11 



NORTH CAROLINA (NORTH CAROLINA LEADS. 103-48) 



Last Maryland Win 
Last North Carolina Win: 
Williams at Md 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: 






Feb 13, 1999; Home, 81-64 

March 6, 1999, Neutral. 86-79 (OT) 

9-15 

30-41 

14-48 

4-14 

29-76 

Tied. 5-5 

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 30s 8-7 

50s 9-10 60s 5-17 

80s 5-20 90s 9-15 



40s 3-13 
70s 5-18 



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: 



Last Maryland Win: 
Last Virginia Win: 
Williams at Md. 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: 









(NC STATE LEADS. 66-57) 



Feb 10, 1999; Away, 63-50 

March 8, 1997, Neutral, 65-58 

17-5 

30-20 

22-30 

5-16 

50-55 

Maryland leads, 9-1 

7 (1983-85) 

+46; 94-48; Home, 1998-99 

-34; 91-57; Away, 1969-70 

124-110; Home, 1978-79 

20s 1-2 30s 3-4 40S 3-4 

50s 4-7 60s 6-18 70s 11-15 

80s 12-11 90s 17-5 



(MARYLAND LEADS, 92-57) 



Feb. 6, 1999; Home, 88-72 

March 2, 1997; Away, 81-74 

13-8 

53-18 

34-34 

5-5 

61-40 

Maryland leads, 9-1 

11 (1950-55) 

+35; 110-75. Home, 1973-74 

-36; 79-43, Away, 1948-49 

110-75; Home, 1973-74 

20s 5-4 30s 14-2 40s 5-10 

50s 20-5 60s 12-8 70s 13-9 

80s 10-11 90s 13-8 



WAKE FOREST (WAKE FOREST LEADS. 50-48) 



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: 






Dec. 3, 1998, Home, 92-69 

Jan, 31, 1999; Away. 85-72 

8-12 

29-16 

17-30 

2-4 

48-49 

Wake Forest leads, 7-3 

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 60s 7-15 

80s 13-8 90s 8-12 



70S 14-7 



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Total In-Season Tournaments: 51 
Overall Record: 82-29 (739) 
Total Championships: 26 
Runner-Ups: 11 

ALL-AMERICAN CITY TOURNAMENT 
(OWENSBORO, KY.) 

12-30-53 vs Evansville W 66-58 

1-2-54 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan W 54-37 (champions) 



12-27-54 vs. Texas Tech 
12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 
12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati 



W 58-54 
W 83-66 
W 78-61 (champions) 

12-28-56 vs. Montana State W 89-72 
12-29-56 vs New Mexico A&M L 43-45 
12-31-56 vs Virginia W 43-39 

BB&T BANK/CHILDREN S CHARITIES 
CLASSIC (WASHINGTON, DC) 
12-6-98 vs. Stanford W 62-60 

12-7-98 vs. De Paul W 92-75 (champions) 

BLUE CRASS TOURNAMENT (LOUISVILLE, KY.) 
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 (champions) 

CARRIER CLASSIC (SYRACUSE, NY.) 
12-5-80 vs Wagner W 96-73 

12-6-80 vs Syracuse W 83-73 (champions) 

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 St. W 91-86 
12-24-89 vs. Sacramento State W 98-68 (champions) 
CHARLOTTE INVITATIONAL 
(CHARLOTTE, NX.) 
12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 

12-29-66 vs. Army W 57-54 (champions) 

12-27-68 vs. Davidson L 69-83 

12-28-68 vs. Wichita W 95-83 

DIXIE CLASSIC (RALEIGH, NX.) 
12-28-60 vs. North Carolina L 57-81 
12-29-60 vs. NC 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 (champions) 
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 HANDOVER, MD. ) 

12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts L 47-50 
12-3-95 vs. George Washington W 98-81 

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, DC.) 
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 (champions) 

GREAT ALASKAN SHOOTOUT 
(ANCHORAGE, ALASKA) 
11-23-84 vs. Kansas W 58-56 

11-24-84 vs. Alaska L 52-54 

11-25-84 vs. Tennessee W 72-49 

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) 
12-28-85 vs. Stanford W 67-65 

12-29-85 vs. Hawaii-Pacific W 92-85 (champions) 

HURRICANE CLASSIC (MIAMI, FLA.) 
12-28-64 vs. Tulsa W 66-59 

12-29-64 vs. Miami (Fla.) L 73-80 

MCI HARBOR CLASSIC (BALTIMORE, MD.) 
11-27-87 % vs. Loyola (Md.) W 74-60 

11-28-87 vs. Mississippi W 77-69 (champions) 

MARSHALL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
(HUNTINGTOWN, W.VA.) 
12-20-68 vs Marshall W 89-80 

12-21-68 vs. Miami (Fla.) L 85-92 

MARYLAND INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 
(COLLEGE PARK, MD.) 
12-19-69 vs. Army L 64-69 

12-20-69 vs. Fordham W 94-71 

12-29-71 vs. Western Kentucky W 103-67 



12-30-71 vs. St. John's 

12-29-72 vs. Georgia Tech 
12-30-72 vs. Syracuse 



W 90-69 (champions) 

W 90-53 

W 90-76 (champions) 



12-28-73 vs. Holy Cross W 102-75 

12-29-73 vs. Boston College W 58-37 (champions) 

W 105-67 
L 75-81 



12-27-74 vs. Georgia Tech 
12-28-74 vs. UCLA 



12-29-75 vsSetonHall 



W 104-69 



12-30-75 vs. Princeton W 66-59 (champions) 

12-28-76 vs.Xavier W 84-74 

12-29-76 vs. Syracuse W 96-85 (champions) 

12-28-77 vs. Western Kentucky W 91-78 

12-29-77 vs. Georgia Tech W 65-63 (champions) 

12-29-78 vs St Joseph's W 62-57 

12-30-78 vs Southern California W 83-79 (champions) 



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. Randolph Macon 

12-30-83 vs. La Salle 



W 115-76 

W 85-63 (champions) 

W 114-89 

W 74-57 (champions) 

W 58-52 

W 96-83 (champions) 



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 
PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT 
(BAYAMON. PR.) 
11-26-98 vs. AU-Puerto Rico W 82-32 
11-27-98 vs. UCLA W 70-54 

11-28-98 vs. Pittsburgh W 87-52 (champions) 

RAINBOW CLASSIC (HONOLULU, HAWAII) 
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 

12-27-96 vs. Pittsburgh W 66-63 

12-28-96 vs. Hawaii W 76-59 

12-30-96 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 
12-30-58 

12-29-61 
12-30-61 



vs. Mississippi State 
vs. Loyola (Md ) 

vs. Mississippi State 
vs. Louisville 



L 45-56 

W 54-50 

L 62-64 

L 64-83 



12-29-65 vs. Houston W 69-68 

12-30-65 vs. Dayton W 77-75 (champions) 

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 



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Post-Season Tournaments 

ncaa Tournament Appearances 



NCAA Appearances: 16 Appearances 

Overall Record: 21-16 

Times to the Final Eight: 2 (1973, 1975) 

Times to the Sweet Sixteen: 7(1958. 1980, 1985, 1994, 

1995, 1998, 1999) 
Overall Appearances 



Year 


Maryland's Result 


Md. Seed 


1958 


East Regional Semifinals 


n/a 


1973 


East Regional Final 


n/a 


1975 


Midwest Regional Final 


n/a 


1980 


East Regional Semifinal 


2 


1981 


Midwest Regional Second Round 


6 


1983 


Midwest Regional Second Round 


8 


1984 


Mideast Regional Semifinals 


3 


1985 


Southeast Regional Semifinal 


5 


1986 


West Regional Second Round 


5 


1938 


Southeast Regional Second Round 


7 


1994 


Midwest Regional Semifinals 


10 


1995 


West Regional Semifinals 


3 


1996 


West Regional First Round 


7 


1997 


Southeast Regional First Round 


5 


1998 


West Regional Semifinals 


4 




Southeast Regional Semifinals 


2 


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East Regional, First Round 




Site: New York, N.Y. 




Maryland 88, Boston College 63 (3-11-58) 




East Regional, Semifinals/Third Place Came 




Site: Charlotte, N.C. 




Temple 81, Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 




Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 





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) 
widence 103, Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 

Midwest Regional, First Round 

Site: Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland 83. Creighton 79 (3-15-75) 

Midwest Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Site: Las Cruces, N.M. 

Maryland 83, Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 

Louisville 96. Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

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) 



Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: at Dayton, Ohio 

No 6 Maryland 81, No. 11 Tenn. Chattanooga 69 (3-12-81) 

No. 3 Indiana 99. No. 6 Maryland 64 (3-13-81) 



Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Houston, Texas 

No. 8 Maryland 52 , No. 9 Tenn. Chattanooga 51 (3-17-83) 

No. 1 Houston 60. No. 8 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) 



Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

First Round Bye 

No. 3 Maryland 102, No. 11 West Virginia 77 (3-17-84) 

Mideast Regional Semifinal 

Site: Lexington, Ky. 

No 2 Illinois 72, No 5 Maryland 70 (5-22-84) 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Dayton, Ohio 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No. 12 Miami (Ohio) 68 (OT) (3-15-85) 

No. 5 Maryland 64 , No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-85) 

Southeast Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

No 8 Villanova 46, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

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) 



Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Cincinnati, Ohio 

No. 7 Maryland 92, No 12 UC Santa Barbara 82 (3-18-88) 
No. 2 Kentucky 90, No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
* - Maryland's 1988 NCAA Tournament appearance was va- 
cated by the NCAA 



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, Semifinal 

Site: Dallas, Texas 

No 3 Michigan 78, No 10 Maryland 71 ( 5-25-94 

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. 11 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 

West Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Oakland, Calif. 

No 2 Connecticut 99, No. 5 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 

West Regional, First Round 

Site: Tempe, Ariz. 

No. 10 Santa Clara 91, No 7 Maryland 79 (5-15-96) 



Southeast Regional. First Round 

Site: Memphis, Tenn. 

No. 12 College of Charleston 75, No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 



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, Semifinal 

Site: Anaheim, Calif. 

No 1 Arizona 87, No 4 Maryland 79 (3-19-98) 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orlando, Fla. 

No. 2 Maryland 82. No 15 Valparaiso 60 (3-11-99) 

No. 2 Maryland 75, No. 10 Creighton 63 (3-13-99) 

South Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Knoxville, Tenn. 

No. 3 St. John's 76. No 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 

NIT Tournament 
Appearances 

NIT Appearances: 4 Appearances 
Overall Record: 7-3 
Championships: 1 (1972) 



Overall Appearances 


Year 


Maryland's Result 


1972 


Champions 


1979 


Second Round 


1982 


Second Round 


1990 


Second Round 



First Round/Quarterfinals (16 Teams) 

Site: New York, N.Y. 

Maryland 67. St. Joseph's 55 (3-18-72) 

Maryland 71. Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 

Semifinals/Championship 

Site: New York, N.Y. 

Maryland 91, Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 

Maryland 100, Niagara 69 ( (3-25-72) 

First Round/Second Round (24 teams) 
Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 67, Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT) 
Ohio State 79, Maryla nd 72 (3-12-79) 

First Round (32 Teams) 

Site: Richmond, Va. 

Maryland 60. Richmond 50 (3-12-82) 

Second Round 

Site: Athens, Ga. 

Georgia 85, Maryland 69 (3-15-82) 

First Round (32 Teams) 

Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 91, Massachusetts 81 (3-15-90) 

Second Round 

Site: State College, Pa. 

Penn State 80, Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 



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Individual NCAA Tournament Bests 

Single-came individual Tournament 



FREE THROWS MADE 



31 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


21 


Joe Smith 


Texas 3-18-95 


70 


3 games 


John Lucas 


1975 


21 


2 games 


Len Bias 


1986 


51 


Len Bias 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


20 


Tom Roy 


Louisville 3-22-75 


63 


3 


Joe Smith 


1994 


20 


3 


Joe Smith 


1994 


29 


Joe Smith 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


16 


Buck Williams 


UT-Chatt. 3-12-81 


62 


3 


Joe Smith 


1995 


20 


3 


Tom Young 


1958 


28 


Greg Manning 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


15 


Keith Booth 


Gonzaga 3-16-95 


57 


2 


Len Bias 


1986 


15 


2 


Adrian Branch 


1984 


27 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santa Clara 


3-15-96 


15 


Joe Smith 


St. Louis 3-17-94 


56 


3 


Adrian Branch 


1985 


14 


3 


Joe Smith 


1995 


27 


John Lucas 


Louisville 


3-22-75 


15 


Buck Williams 


Georgetown 3-14-80 


55 


3 


Jack Davis 


1958 


14 


2 


John Lucas 


1975 


26 


Len Bias 


Pepperdine 


3-14-86 


14 


Joe Smith 


Connecticut 3-23-95 


53 


3 


Rodney Elliott 


1998 


13 


2 


Rudy Archer 


1988 


25 


Derrick Lewis 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


14 


Joe Smith 


Michigan 3-25-94 


53 


3 


Len Bias 


1985 


12 


3 


Duane Simpkins 


1994 


25 


Len Bias 


Miami-Ohio 


3-15-85 


14 


Tom McMillen 


Syracuse 3-15-73 


53 


3 


Owen Brown 


1975 


12 


2 


Adrian Branch 


1983 


25 


Albert King 


UT-Chatt 


3-12-81 


13 


Steve Francis 


Creighton 3-13-99 


47 


3 


Terence Morris 


1999 


12 


2 


Brad Davis 


1975 


25 


Tom McMillen 
John Lucas 
Charles McNeil 


Providence 
Notre Dame 
Temple 


3-17-73 
3-20-75 

3-14-58 


13 
12 
12 


Charles McNeil 
Terence Morris 
Len Bias 


Temple 3-14-58 
Creighton 3-13-99 
UNLV 3-16-86 


47 
47 
46 


2 
2 
3 


Albert King 
Greg Manning 
Steve Francis 


1981 
1980 
1999 










24 




R E 


3 U N 


D S 


24 


39 


3 games 


Joe Smith 


1995 


24 


Jack Davis 


Boston Coll. 


3-11-58 


12 


Al Bunge 


Boston Coll. 3-11-58 


46 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


34 
26 
26 
26 


3 
3 
3 
2 


Joe Smith 
Terence Morns 
Rodney Elliott 
Keith Booth 


1994 
1999 


F 


1 E L D 


C A 


L S 


ASSISTS 


■points per 


SAME 


1998 


11 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santa Clara 


3-15-96 


12 


Keith Gatlin 


Navy 3-17-85 


28 5 




Len Bias 


1986 


1995 


11 


Derrick Lewis 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


11 


Duane Simpkins 


St. Louis 3-17-94 


23.7 




Greg Manning 


1980 


26 


2 


Buck Williams 


1981 


11 


Len Bias 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


10 


Johnny Rhodes 


Massachusetts 3-19-94 


23.5 




Albert King 


1981 


26 


2 


Buck Williams 


1980 


11 


Albert King 


UT-Chatt 


3-12-81 


10 


Keith Gatlin 


Miami-Ohio 3-15-85 


23.3 




John Lucas 


1975 


25 


3 


Steve Francis 


1999 


11 


Greg Manning 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


10 


Keith Gatlin 


Illinois 3-22-84 


21.5 




Tom McMillen 


1973 


24 


2 


Len Elmore 


1975 


11 


John Lucas 


Louisville 


3-22-75 


10 


Reggie Jackson 


Tennessee 3-8-80 


210 




Joe Smith 


1995 


23 


3 


Al Bunge 


1958 


11 


Jack Davis 


Boston Coll. 


3-11-58 


9 


Keith Gatlin 


Pepperdine 3-14-86 


210 




Joe Smith 


1994 


22 


3 


Brad Davis 


1975 


10 


Joe Smith 


Connecticut 3-23-95 


7 


Terrell Stokes 


St. John's 3-13-99 


210 




Adrian Branch 


1983 


22 


3 


Charles McNeil 


1958 


10 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


7 


Sar. Jasikevicius 


Utah State 3-12-98 


20.0 




Joe Smith 


1995 


21 


3 


John Nacincik 


1958 


10 


Joe Smith 
Len Bias 
Albert King 


St. Louis 

Miami-Ohio 

Indiana 


3-17-94 
3-15-85 
3-13-81 


7 
7 
7 


Brad Davis 
Keith Gatlin 
Keith Gatlin 


Louisville 3-22-75 
Kentucky 3-20-80 
West Virginia 3-17-84 


205 
205 
190 




Keith Gatlin 
John Lucas 
Terence Morris 


1988 
1973 
1999 










10 




A S 


S 1 S T 


S 


10 


24 


3 games 


Keith Gatlin 


1985 


10 


Albert King 
Tom McMillen 


Tennessee 
Providence 


3-8-80 
3-17-73 








18 7 




Adrian Branch 


1985 


22 

18 
17 
17 
16 


3 
3 
3 
2 
3 


Duane Simpkins 
Brad Davis 
Terrell Stokes 
Keith Gatlin 
Johnny Rhodes 


1994 


10 


■ FIELD COAL PCT. (MIN 10 ATT.) 


1975 




800(8-10) Laron Profit Valparaiso 3-11-99 
733 (11-15) Derrick Lewis UCSB 3-18-88 
733 (11-15) Greg Manning Tenn. 3-8-80 




1 E I 


D CO 


A L S 


1998 


3 


-POINT FIELD COALS 


28 
24 


3 games 
3 


John Lucas 
Joe Smith 


1975 
1995 


1984 


5 


Keith Gatlin 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


1994 


4 


Duane Simpkms 


Massachusetts 3-19-94 


727(8-11) Exree Hipp Mass 3-19-94 


24 


3 


Jack Davis 


1958 


15 


3 


Terrell Stokes 


1999 


4 


Keith Gatlin 


Kentucky 


3-20-88 


727(8-11) Br Williams Kentucky 3-20-88 


23 


3 


Rodney Elliott 


1998 


15 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


3 


Sar. Jasikevicius 


Utah State 


3-12-98 


727(8-11) Owen Brown Creighton 3-15-75 


23 


3 


Owen Brown 


1975 


15 


2 


Keith Gatlin 


1986 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santa Clara 


3-15-96 


700(7-10) Len Bias 


Houston 3-19-83 


23 


3 


Adrian Branch 


1985 


13 


3 


Sar. Jasikevicius 


1998 


3 


Duane Simpkms 


Gonzaga 


3-16-95 


.667 (10-15) Joe Smith St. Louis 3-17-94 


21 


3 


Joe Smith 


1994 


13 


2 


Keith Gatlin 


1988 


3 


Teyon McCoy 
Steve Francis 


Kentucky 
Valparaiso 


3-20-88 
3-11-99 


667(8-12) John Lucas NDame 3-20-75 
.647(11-17) Jack Davis B. College 3-11-58 


21 
21 


3 
2 


Len Bias 
Albert King 


1985 
1981 










2 




Town. Career 


2 


Johnny Rhodes 
Exree Hipp 
Rudy Archer 


Connecticut 3-23-95 
Massachusetts3-19-94 
Kentucky 3-20-88 


643(9-14) Greg Manning G'town 3-14-80 


20 


2 


Greg Manning 


1980 










2 




p 


1 N T 


S 


2 


■ FREE THROW PCT. (MIN 8 ATT.) 




POINT FIELD 


COALS 


168 
129 
125 
111 


9 games 
7 
6 
5 


Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Joe Smith 
John Lucas 


1983-88 




1.00(9-9) Len Bias UNLV 3-16-86 
100(8-8) John Lucas NDame 3-20-75 
917(11-12) Rudy Archer UCSB 3-18-88 


9 
8 
5 


2 games 

3 

3 


Keith Gatlin 
Sar. Jasikevicius 
Terrell Stokes 


1988 
1998 
1998 


1983-85 


FREE THROWS MADE 


1994-95 


12 


Len Bias 


Pepperdine 


3-14-86 


1973-75 


11 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


.900 (9-10) Joe Smith St Louis 3-17-94 


4 


3 


Steve Francis 


1999 


107 


7 


Johnny Rhodes 


1994-96 


11 


Rudy Archer 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


.889 (8-9) Charles McNeil Temple 3-14-58 


4 


3 


Duane Simpkins 


1995 


98 


8 


Laron Profit 


1996-99 


9 


Joe Smith 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


.889 (8-9) Adrian BranchW. Va. 3-17-84 


4 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


96 


9 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-88 


9 


Len Bias 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


875 (7-8) Terence Morris Creighton 3-13-99 


4 


3 


Duane Simpkms 


1994 


87 


7 


Rodney Elliott 


1995-98 


8 


Adrian Branch 


West Virginia 3-17-84 


857 (12-14) Len Bias 


Pepperdine 3-14-86 


4 


3 


Exree Hipp 


1994 


86 


7 


Duane Simpkins 


1994-96 


8 


John Lucas 


Notre Dame 


3-20-75 


800(8-10) Brad Davis N.Dame 3-20-75 


3 


3 


Juan Dixon 


1999 


82 


4 


Albert King 


1980-81 


8 


Brad Davis 


Notre Dame 


3-20-75 


.800 (8-10) Tom Young Manhattan 3-15-58 


3 


1 


Johnny Rhodes 


1996 










8 


Tom Young 


Manhattan 


3-15-58 








3 


2 


Teyon McCoy 


1988 










8 


Charles McNeil 


Temple 


3-14-58 








3 
3 


2 
2 


Rudy Archer 
Duane Simpkins 


1988 
1995 











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to. 



« 






' 




Team NCAA Tournament Bests 



FIELD COALS 



3-POINT FIELD COALS ATT. 



102 


West Virginia 


1984 


40 


Providence 


1973 


54 


Boston College 


1958 


27 


Arizona 




1998 


95 


Massachusetts 


1994 


39 


Syracuse 


1973 


49 


Arizona 


1998 


23 


Kentucky 




1988 


92 


UCSB 


1988 


38 


Connecticut 


1995 


49 


Connecticut 


1995 


22 


Santa Clara 


1996 


91 


Syracuse 


1973 


36 


West Virginia 


1984 


49 


Gonzaga 


1995 


21 


Michigan 




1994 


B9 


Providence 


1973 


36 


Tennessee 


1980 


48 


Creighton 


1999 


20 


St. John's 




1999 








36 
34 
33 


Creighton 
Gonzaga 

Michigan 


1975 
1995 
1994 


47 
46 

44 


Texas 
Michigan 
Utah State 


1995 
1994 

1998 


20 
17 
17 


Connecticut 

Illinois 

Gonzaga 


1995 


POINTS ALLOWED 


1998 


I03 


Providence 


1973 


1995 


99 


Connecticut 


1995 


31 


Santa Clara 


1996 


43 


Louisville 


1975 


16 


UCSB 




1988 


99 


Indiana 


1981 


31 


Georgetown 


1980 


42 


UT-Chattanooga 


1981 


13 


Creighton 




1999 


9c 


Louisville 


1975 


31 


Notre Dame 


1975 


42 


Providence 


1973 


11 


Valparaiso 




1999 


91 


Santa Clara 
Kentucky 
Arizona 
Massachusetts 


1996 
1988 
1998 

1994 








39 


Syracuse 


1973 


10 
10 
5 


Utah State 
Massachusetts 
St Louis 


1998 


10 


1 FIELD COAL ATTEMPTS 


1994 


87 


83 
83 
78 
76 
72 


Connecticut 
Providence 
Arizona 
Santa Clara 
Gonzaga 


1995 
1973 
1998 
1996 
1995 




A S S 1 S 


T S 


1994 


87 


23 
23 
22 
21 


Utah State 
Massachusetts 
West Virginia 
Illinois 


1998 
1994 
1984 
1998 






|FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 


FEWEST POINTS SCORED 


.667 

.661 


36-54 
39-59 


West Virginia 
Syracuse 


1984 


43 


Villanova 


1985 


1975 


50 


Houston 


1983 


69 


Louisville 


1975 


21 


St Louis 


1994 


655 


36-55 


Creighton 


1975 


52 


UT-Chattanooga 


1983 


69 


Indiana 


1981 


21 


UT-Chattanooga 


1981 


.632 


36-57 


Tennessee 


1980 


59 


Manhattan 


1958 








21 

19 
19 
19 


Tennessee 
Valparaiso 
Arizona 
Georgetown 


1980 
1999 
1998 
1980 


.600 
.600 
583 
552 


33-55 
30-50 
28-48 
32-58 


Massachusetts 
UCSB 
St. Louis 
Utah State 


1994 




|FREE THROWS 


MADE 


1988 


FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 


30 
26 


West Virginia 
Texas 


1984 

1995 


1994 


46 


Villanova 


1985 


1998 


51 


UT-Chattanooga 


1983 


26 


Boston College 


1958 


18 


Navy 


1985 


.545 


30-55 


Boston College 


1958 


55 


Manhattan 


1958 


25 


Creighton 


1999 


18 


Illinois 


1985 


.534 


31-58 


Georgetown 


1980 


59 


Navy 


1985 


25 


UCSB 


1988 


18 


Notre Dame 


1975 


534 


31-58 


Notre Dame 


1975 


59 


Miami-Ohio 


1985 


22 
21 
21 
21 


Louisville 
Massachusetts 
Pepperdine 
UT-Chattanooga 


1975 
1994 

1986 
1981 


















J3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE| 


|FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 


MARGIN OF VICTORY 


11 
9 


Arizona 
Kentucky 


1998 
1988 


917 
882 


11-12 
15-17 


Miami-Ohio 
St. John's 


1985 


25 


102-77 West Virginia 


1984 


1999 


25 


88-63 Boston College 


1958 


21 


Notre Dame 


1975 


8 


Massachusetts 


1994 


.880 


22-25 


Louisville 


1975 


22 


82-60 Valparaiso 


1999 








7 
7 
7 


Santa Clara 

Gonzaga 

UCSB 


1996 
1995 
1988 
1998 


.875 
.871 
846 
840 


14-16 
27-31 
11-13 
21-25 


Kentucky 
Manhattan 
Illinois 
Notre Dame 


1988 




| FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 


1958 


MARGIN OF DEFEAT 


42 


Boston College 


1958 


1998 
1975 


35 


64-99 Indiana 


1981 


41 


Texas 


1995 


6 


Illinois 


15 


63-88 Temple 


1958 


36 


Michigan 


1994 


5 


St. John's 


1999 


.833 


30-36 


West Virginia 


1984 


14 


62-76 St John's 


1999 


36 


West Virginia 


1958 


4 


Valparaiso 


1999 


.821 


23-28 


Temple 


1958 


14 


82-96 Louisville 


1975 


32 


Creighton 


1999 


4 


Creighton 


1999 


.800 


12-15 


Navy 


1985 


14 


89-103 Providence 


1973 


32 
31 


UCSB 
Massachusetts 


1988 
1994 


4 
4 
4 


Utah State 

Connecticut 

Michigan 


1998 

1995 
1994 












The 1973 team was the first to reach the regional finals 



The 1975 Terps advanced to the regional final for the second time in history. 



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Final Associated 
Press Rankings 



RECORD 



BOOK 



Final Ranks 


1954 ....20 


1980 8 


1958 6 


1981 ....18 


1972 ...14 


1984 ....11 


1973 8 


1995 ....10 


1974 4 


1997 ....22 


1975 5 


1998 ....20 


1976 ....11 


1999 5 


■DED 



1. 

2. 

3 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

20. 



2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8. 
9. 
10. 



10. 
14. 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8. 
9. 
10. 



Kentucky 
La Salle 
Holy Cross 
Indiana 
Duquesne 
Notre Dame 
Bradley 

Western Kentucky 
Penn State 
Oklahoma A&M 
Maryland 



West Virginia 

Cincinnati 

Kansas State 

San Francisco 

Temple 

Maryland 

Kansas 

Notre Dame 

Kentucky 

Duke 



UCLA 

North Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Louisville 

Long Beach State 

South Carolina 

Marquette 

S.W. Louisiana 

Brigham Young 

Florida State 

Maryland 



UCLA 

NC State 

Long Beach State 

Providence 

Marquette 

Indiana 

S.W. Louisiana 

Maryland 

Kansas State 

Minnesota 



1. NC State 

2. UCLA 

3. Marquette 

4. Maryland 

5. Notre Dame 

6. Michigan 

7. Kansas 

8. Providence 

9. Indiana 

10. Long Beach State 



9 
10. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

18. 



UCLA 

Kentucky 

Indiana 

Louisville 

Maryland 

Syracuse 

NC State 

Arizona State 

North Carolina 

Alabama 



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 



1. DePaul 

2. Louisville 

3. Louisiana State 

4. Kentucky 

5. Oregon State 

6. Syracuse 

7. Indiana 

8. Maryland 

9 Notre Dame 

10. Ohio State 



DePaul 

Oregon State 
Arizona State 
Louisiana State 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
Notre Dame 
Kentucky 
Indiana 
UCLA 
Maryland 



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 



1 
2 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8 
9 
10. 



1, 

2. 

3 

4 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9 

10 

22. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10 

20. 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8. 
9 
10. 



UCLA 

Kentucky 

Wake Forest 

North Carolina 

Kansas 

Arkansas 

Massachusetts 

Connecticut 

Villanova 

Maryland 



Kansas 

Utah 

Minnesota 

North Carolina 

Kentucky 

South Carolina 

UCLA 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Cincinnati 

Maryland 



North Carolina 

Kansas 

Duke 

Arizona 

Kentucky 

Connecticut 

Utah 

Princeton 

Cincinnati 

Stanford 

Maryland 



Duke 

Michigan State 

Connecticut 

Auburn 

Maryland 

Utah 

Stanford 

Kentucky 

St. John's 

Miami (Fla.) 



Final UPl & CNN/USA 
TODAY Rankings 



Final Ranks 


1958. 


fi 


1981 .. 


.11 


1972. 


.11 


1984.. 


.10 


1973. 


.10 


1994.. 


.11 


1974. 


4 


1995 .. 


.11 


1975. 


5 


1998.. 


.15 


1976. 


.13 


1999 .. 


8 


1980 


8 







2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8. 
9. 
10. 



1. 

2. 

3 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 

9. 
10. 



1, 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8. 
9. 
10. 



West Virginia 

Cincinnati 

San Francisco 

Kansas State 

Temple 

Maryland 

Notre Dame 

Kansas 

Dayton 

Indiana 



UCLA 

North Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Louisville 

South Carolina 

Long Beach State 

Marquette 

S.W. Louisiana 

Brigham Young 

Florida State 

Maryland 



UCLA 

NC State 

Long Beach State 

Marquette 

Providence 

Indiana 

Kansas State 

S.W. Louisiana 

Minnesota 

Maryland 



NC State 

UCLA 

Notre Dame 

Maryland 

Marquette 

Providence 

Vanderbilt 

North Carolina 

Indiana 

Kansas 




10. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7 
8 
9 
10. 



Indiana 

UCLA 

Louisville 

Kentucky 

Maryland 

Marquette 

Arizona State 

Alabama 

NC State 

North Carolina 



Indiana 

Marquette 

Rutgers 

UNLV 

UCLA 

North Carolina 

Alabama 

Notre Dame 

Michigan 
10 Washington 
13. Maryland 



DePaul 

Louisiana State 

Kentucky 

Louisville 

Oregon State 

Syracuse 

Indiana 

Maryland 

Ohio'state 

Georgetown 



DePaul 
Oregon State 
Virginia 

Louisiana State 
Arizona State 
North Carolina 
Indiana 
Kentucky 
Notre Dame 
Utah 
Maryland 



North Carolina 

Georgetown 

Kentucky 

DePaul 

Houston 

Illinois 

Arkansas 

Oklahoma 

Texas El-Paso 

Maryland 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 

5. 

6 

7 

8. 

9. 

10 

11. 



9. 

10. 

11. 



2. 

3. 

4 

5 

6 

7. 

8 

9. 

10. 

15. 



Arkansas 

Duke 

Arizona 

Florida 

Purdue 

Missouri 

Connecticut 

Michigan 

North Carolina 

Louisville 

Maryland 



UCLA 

Arkansas 

North Carolina 

Oklahoma State 

Kentucky 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Kansas 

Maryland 



Kentucky 

Utah 

North Carolina 

Stanford 

Duke 

Arizona 

Connecticut 

Kansas 

Purdue 

Michigan State 

Maryland 



Connecticut 

Duke 

Michigan State 

Ohio State 

Kentucky 

St. John's 

Auburn 

Maryland 

Stanford 

Utah 



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rerp 
Tidbits 

• wait Williams (left) is 
one of 13 Terns to be 
selected as an nil- 
American. The Wizard 
earned the honor in 
1992. 

• Last season, Steve 
Francis was a second- 
team Ail-American and 
laron Profit was an 
honorable mention 
Ail-American. 

• Maryland is one of 
seven teams to have 
two No. 1 overall picks 
in the NBA Draft (John 
Lucas in 1976 by Hous- 
ton and Joe Smith in 
1995 by Golden State.) 





inside... 

All-Americans 


140 


Ail-Time Award Winners 

Ail-Time Letterwinners 

Terps In the NBA 


146 

149 

151 



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HONORS 



Maryland's All-Americans 

Louis "Bosey" Berger 




6-2, Forward 

Hometown: Fort Myer, va. 
Played: 1929-32 



On Berger: Regarded as one of the greatest athletes 
in the history of Maryland athletics ... 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 athletic giants ... consid- 
ered one of the best all-around players of his time ... 
led Maryland to the 1931 Southern Conference cham- 
pionship, averaging a conference-high 19.1 points over 
the nine-game conference season ... also played base- 
ball and signed a professional contract with the Cleve- 
land Indians upon graduation ... played in the major 
leagues for six years, with the Cleveland Indians, Chi- 
cago White Sox and Boston Red Sox ... left baseball 
with a .236 lifetime average. 




6-8, Forward 

Hometown: Landover, Md. 
Played: 1983-86 



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 scor- 
ing performance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, ranks as 
the second-best single-game performance in school 
history and is the top performance by a Terp in a road 
game ... is No. 8 on the Maryland career rebounding 
list with 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 Associa- 
tion college draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 




Len Bias' Career Statistics 




















YEAR CP FGM-FCA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


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 


TOTALS 131 838-1,562 


.536 


470-591 


.795 


168 


87 


84 


322-8 


755-5.8 


2149-16.4 







iao] 



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6-6, Power Forward 
Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 
Played: 1994-97 

On Booth: All-America third team selection by the As- 
sociated Press and a consensus AII-ACC tirst-team se- 
lection his senior season, 1997 ... received two votes in 
the ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only player be- 
sides Wake Forest's Tim Duncan to receive voting con- 
sideration All-America third-team and AII-ACC first- 
team selection following his spectacular senior season 
in 1997 ... a four-time AII-ACC honoree, he earned first 
team honors as a senior, was a third team selection as 
a junior and earned honorable mention designation dur- 
ing his freshman and sophomore seasons ... played on 
four NCAA Tournament teams ... played in eight NCAA 
Tournament games ... scored 97 points in eight NCAA 
Tournament games, the sixth highest total in school 

Keith Booth's Career Statistics 



history ... led the Terps in scoring and ranked second in 
the ACC with a career high 19.5 points per game aver- 
age during his senior season ... led the Terps in rebound- 
ing his junior and senior seasons as he became only the 
fourth player in school history to surpass the 900 ca- 
reer rebound mark ... he recorded 200 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, eclips- 
ing the previous record of 209 ... ranks first at Mary- 
land in free throws made (576) and free throws at- 
tempted (824), seventh in field goals attempted (1,291 ) 
and ninth in field goals made (589) on the Maryland 
career lists ... became only the 11th player in school 
history to have his jersey honored as his No. 22 was 
hung from the rafters on February 22, 1997 just be- 
fore the final home game of his collegiate career ...a 
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. 



YEAR 


OP 


FCM-FCA 


PCT. 


3PM-3PA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT, 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVO 


PTS-AVC 


1993-94 


30 


113-249 


.454 


11-27 


.407 


87-149 


.584 


65 


17 


45 


108-6 


183-6.1 


324-108 


1994-95 


34 


126-277 


.455 


3-23 


.130 


114-164 


.695 


76 


13 


43 


106-4 


247-7.3 


369-10.9 


1995-96 


30 


145-328 


442 


7-34 


.206 


162-214 


757 


73 


23 


41 


100-5 


233-7.8 


459-15.3 


1996-97 


32 


205-437 


.469 


1-21 


.050 


213-297 


.717 


82 


19 


64 


93-2 


253-7.9 


624-19 5 


TOTALS 


126 


589-1,291 


.456 


22-105 


.209 


576-824 


.699 


296 


72 


193 


407-17 


916-7.3 


1776-14.1 



a 



Len Elmore 




6-9, Center 
Hometown: Springfield 
Gardens, N.Y. 
Played: 1972-74 



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 Mary- 
land 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 ca- 

Len Elmore's Career Statistics 



reer 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 history and 
two of the top ten season totals ... his 412 rebounds 
during the 1973-74 season is the school record ... was 
a three-time member of the AII-ACC team ... was 
Maryland's Most Valuable Player in 1972-73 and its Out- 
standing Senior in 1973-74 ... was drafted in the first 
round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Washington Bul- 
lets, 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 graduated in 1987 ... he is the 
first former professional player to graduate from the 
prestigious law school. 

BLK STL 




YEAR 


CP 


FCM-FCA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


1971-72 


32 


126-273 


.462 


95-126 


.754 


37 


1972-73 


26 


112-239 


.469 


37-61 


.607 


35 


1973-74 


28 


170-324 


.525 


69-91 


.758 


48 


TOTALS 


86 


408-836 


.488 


201-278 


.723 


120 



PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


83-3 


351-110 


347-10.8 


53-5 


290-11.2 


261-10.0 


74-0 


412-14.7 


409-14.6 


210-8 


1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 



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HONORS, AWARDS Si 

Steve Francis 



the balloting for ACC Player of the Year in 1999 ... 
named the Division I newcomer of the year and a first 
team All-American by Sports Illustrated ... finalist for 
the Naismith and Wooden awards as the collegiate 
player of the year ... All-America East second-team by 
Eastern Basketball ... AII-ACC defensive team by the 
ACC coaches ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at 
the BB&T Classic in Washington, D.C., as he helped lead 
Maryland past then No. 5 Stanford and NIT partici- 
pant DePaul ... selected to the all-tournament team at 
the Puerto Rico Shootout where he averaged 15.3 
points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.3 steals ... averaged 18.9 
points and 4.3 rebounds in nine games against ranked 
teams ... named to Dick Vitale's five-man mid-season 
All-America team ... the first player to take two un- 
beaten teams (San Jacinto as a freshman and Allegany 
as a sophomore) into the national junior college cham- 
pionship tournament ... selected by the Vancouver 
Grizzlies as the second overall pick in the first round 
of the 1999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Hous- 
ton Rockets. 



6-3, Guard 

Hometown: Takoma Park, 

Md. 

Played: 1999 



On Francis: A consensus All-America second team 
selection following his outstanding junior season at 
Maryland ,., second team All-America selection by the 
Associated Press ... All-America second team by the 
United States Basketball Writers Association ... All- 
America second team by Basketball News .... also a Dis- 
trict III Regional All-America selection by the USBWA ... 
All-America third team selection by Basketball Times 
... All-America first team by Basketball America ... All- 
America second team by the National Association of 
Basketball Coaches ... AII-ACC first team and AII-ACC 
Tournament first team selection ... finished fourth in 




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Steve Francis's Career Statistics 
YEAR CP FCM-FCA 

1998-99 34 205-392 
TOTALS 34 205-392 



PCT. 


3PM-3PA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


.523 


45-116 


.388 


124-157 


.790 


152 


6 


95 


95-2 


154-4.5 


579-17.0 


.523 


45-116 


.388 


124-157 


.790 


152 


6 


95 


95-2 


154-4.5 


579-17.0 





Albert King 



6-7, Forward 
Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Played: 1978-81 



On King: One of the most prolific scorers in school 
history, King is one of only a handful of players to 
average in double figures during each of his four sea- 
sons ... he ranks as the No. 2 all-time Maryland scorer 
with 2,058 career points, only 91 points behind fel- 
low 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 AII-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 
76ers, 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 


CP 


FCM-FCA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


1977-78 


28 


164-327 


.502 


53-82 


.646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 


28 


191-387 


.494 


62-81 


.765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-5.1 


444-15.9 


1979-80 


31 


275-497 


.553 


124-151 


.821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


207-6.7 


674-21.7 


1980-81 


31 


233-456 


.511 


95-117 


.812 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5.7 


559-18.0 


TOTALS 


118 


863-1667 


.518 


330-431 


.766 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 



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HONORS, AWARDS 

John Lucas 



son 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 tennis, 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 76ers ... currently an assistant 
coach with the Denver Nuggets. 



6-4, Guard 

Hometown: Durham, N.C. 

Played: 1973-76 

On Lucas: A two-time All-American selection who is 
considered by many as the greatest guard in the his- 
tory of the Terps' program ... a two-time All-Ameri- 
can and three-time first-team AII-ACC selection - the 
only Maryland player to earn such conference honors 
three times during his career ... the No. 3 all-time Mary- 
land scorer with 2,015 points ... his 564 points during 
his sophomore season is the ninth best scoring sea- 
John Lucas' Career Statistics 




YEAR 


OP 


FCM-FCA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


1972-73 


30 


190-353 


.538 


45-64 


703 


178 


1973-74 


28 


253-495 


511 


58-77 


.753 


159 


1974-75 


24 


186-359 


.549 


97-116 


.836 


91 


1975-76 


28 


233-456 


.511 


91-117 


.778 


86 


TOTALS 


110 


862-1663 


.518 


291-374 


.778 


514 



BLK 



STL 



PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


66-2 


83-2.8 


425-14.2 


73-2 


82-2.9 


564-20.1 


60- 


100-4.2 


469-19.5 


77-2 


109-3.9 


557-19.9 


276-6 


374-3.4 


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TomMcMillen 



ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA-1972 



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6-11, Forward 
Hometown: Mansfield, Pa. 
Played: 1972-74 



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 Aca- 
demic All-American ... one of only three Terps to aver- 
age more than 20 points per game in successive sea- 
sons and the only player in school history with a ca- 
reer scoring average above 20 points per game ... he 
owns two of the top eight single-season scoring marks 

Tom McMillen's Career Statistics 



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 controver- 
sial game with the Soviets ... played in the NBA for 11 
seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, New York and Wash- 
ington ... put his professional basketball career on hold 
one year directly out of college in order to fulfill his 
Rhodes Scholarship obligations by studying for a year 
at Oxford ... was elected to the U.S. Congress from 
Maryland's 4th district in 1986 ... served as Co-Chair 
of the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 




YEAR 


GP 


FCM-FGA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


1971-72 


32 


235-428 


.549 


197-241 


.817 


33 


1972-73 


29 


250-427 


.585 


116-145 


.800 


28 


1973-74 


27 


214-404 


.530 


96-126 


.762 


41 


TOTALS 


88 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 


.799 


102 



BLK 



STL 



PF-DQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


67-3 


306-9.6 


667-20.8 


76-3 


284-9.8 


616-21.2 


69-1 


269-10.0 


524-19.4 


212-7 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 



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Gene Sitae 



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6-2, Forward 

Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 
Played: 1952-54 



On Shue: Was the Terps' first high profile basketball 
star ... earned Converse and Helms Foundation All- 
Amencan honors as a senior, when he averaged 21.8 
points a game ... owns the third-best single-season 
scoring total in school history with 654 points in 
1953. ..scored 40 points against Wake Forest in the 
1953 Southern Conference tournament ... was se- 



Cene Shue's Career Statistics 



lected 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 10th-highest career scoring total in 
school history ... was the third overall player selected 
in the 1954 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia Warriors ... 
was All-Pro twice and a five-time NBA All-Star during 
his 10-year NBA career with the Warriors, New York 
Knickerbockers, Ft. Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Balti- 
more Bullets ... enjoyed a successful career as a head 
coach in the NBA with the Washington Bullets, Phila- 
delphia 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 cur- 
rently their Director of Player Personnel. 




YEAR 


CP 


FCM-FCA 


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 


TOTALS 


74 


— 


— 


— 


— 



AST 



BLK 



STL 



PF-DQ 



REBS-AVC 



PTS-AVC 
224-10.6 
508-22.1 
654-21.8 
1386-18.7 



Joe Smith 



( H M ) 



L - A M 




6-10, Forward/Center 
Hometown: Norfolk, Va. 
Played: 1994-95 

On Smith: The consensus selection as the 1995 Na- 
tional 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 Associ- 
ated 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, Col- 
lege Sports Magazine and the Eastern Collegiate Ath- 
letic Conference ... Smith's six National Player of the 
Year selections earned him the most of any other 



Joe Smith's Career Statistics 
YEAR CP FCM-FCA 

1993-94 30 206-395 

1994-95 34 245-424 

TOTALS 64 451-819 



player, thus making him the consensus selection as 
the top collegiate player of 1995 ... was named the 
Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and was 
an AII-ACC first-team selection ... he became one of 
only three sophomores in the history of the confer- 
ence 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 an AII-ACC first-team selection in both 
his freshman and sophomore seasons ... a consensus 
All-American first-team, named on every All-Ameri- 
can first-team 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 selec- 
tion in the 1995 NBA Draft by the Golden State War- 
riors ... currently a member of the Minnesota 
Timberwolves. 




PCT. 


3PM-3PA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


.522 


2-5 


.400 


168-229 


.734 


25 


93 


42 


104-7 


321-10.7 


582-19.4 


.578 


9-21 


429 


209-282 


.741 


40 


97 


51 


87-3 


362-10.7 


708-20.8 


.550 


11-26 


.423 


377-511 


.737 


65 


190 


93 


191-10 


683-10.7 


1290-20.1 



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Charles "Buck" Williams 




6-8, Center/Forward 
Hometown: Rocky Mt, N.C. 
Played: 1979-81 

On Williams: An outstanding scorer and extraordinary 
rebounder, Williams earned All-America honors follow- 
ing his junior season ... entered the NBA following his 
junior season ... averaged 15.6 points and 11.7 re- 
bounds a game as a junior ... he is the No. 3 rebounder 
in Maryland history with 928 career rebounds, third 
only to fellow All-Americans Len Elmore and Derrick 

Buck Williams' Career Statistics 



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 ... played 18 seasons in the NBA with the 
Nets, Portland Trail Blazers and the New York Knicks 




YEAR 


CP 


FGM-FCA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS-AVC 


PTS-AVC 


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 


363-117 


482-15 5 


TOTALS 


85 


446-725 


.615 


261-419 


.623 


76 


71 


90 


258-10 


928-10.9 


1153-13.6 



Walt Williams 




6-8, Forward/Guard 
Hometown: Temple Hills, Md. 
Played: 1989-92 

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 opportu- 
nity 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 reasons why 
Maryland was able to field competitive teams during 
that period ... as a senior he broke the school record 
for points in a season as he scored 776 (the old mark 
of 743 points was held by Len Bias in 1985-86) ... also 
broke the school record for scoring average with a 
26.8 points per game mark (the old mark of 23.3 was 
held by Will Hetzel in 1968-69) ... 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 dur- 
ing his career - the most of any Terp player in his- 
tory ... scored a career 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, Portland Trail Blazers and Houston 
Rockets (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 


190-73 


1989-90 33 143-296 


.483 


30-67 


.448 


104-134 


.776 


149 


34 


57 


115-7 


138-4.2 


420-12.7 


1990-91 17 109-243 


.449 


28-95 


.295 


72-86 


.837 


91 


6 


25 


51-2 


86-5.1 


318-18.7 


1991-92 29 256-542 


.472 


89-240 


371 


175-231 


.758 


104 


28 


60 


98-6 


162-5.6 


776-26.8 


TOTALS 105 583-1251 


.466 


154-429 


.359 


384-504 


.762 


410 


81 


175 


340-22 


478-4.6 


1704-16.2 



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HONORS 



Maryland's Award Winners 




Bob McDonald was a second team AII- 
ACC selection In 1960 and 1961. 





Owen Brown was a second team AII-ACC 
selection in 1975. 



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 Joe Smith 



ACC COACH OF THE YEAR 



1974-75 Lefty Driesell 
1979-80 Lefty Driesell 
1997-98 Gary Williams 

(ACC Athlete Magazine) 



ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 



1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1962-63 
1964-65 
1965-66 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 

1972-73 



Gary Ward was a second team AII-ACC 1973-74 
selection in 1966 

1974-75 



1975-76 
1976-77 

1978-79 
1979-80 



1980-81 

1982-83 

1983-84 
1984-85 

1985-86 
1986-87 



Gene Shue (1st Team) 
Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 
Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 
Bob O'Brien (2nd Team) 
Nick Davis (2nd Team) 
John Nacincik (2nd Team) 
Charles McNeil (2nd Team) 
Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 
Bob McDonald (2nd Team) 
Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 
Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 
Gary Ward (2nd Team) 
Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 
Will Hetzel (2nd Team) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 
Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
Len Elmore (2nd Team) 
Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
Len Elmore (2nd Team) 
Len Elmore (1st Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
Owen Brown (2nd Team) 
Brad Davis (2nd Team) 
Maurice Howard (2nd Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
Brad Davis (2nd Team) 
Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 
Albert King (1st Team) 
Greg Manning (2nd Team) 
Buck Williams (2nd Team) 
Albert King (2nd Team) 
Buck Williams (2nd Team) 
Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 
Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 
Ben Coleman (2nd Team) 
Len Bias (1st Team) 
Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 
Len Bias (1st Team) 
Derrick Lewis (2nd Team) 



1988-89 Tony Massenburg (3rd Team) 
Jerrod Mustaf (3rd Team) 

1990-91 Matt Roe (3rd Team) 

1991-92 Walt Williams (1st Team) 

1993-94 Joe Smith (1st Team) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Johnny Rhodes (HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1994-95 Joe Smith (1st Team) 

Johnny Rhodes (3rd Team) 
Keith Booth (HM) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1995-96 Johnny Rhodes (2nd Team) 
Keith Booth (3rd Team) 
Exree Hipp (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) 

1998-99 Steve Francis (1st Team) 
Terence Morris (2nd Team) 
Laron Profit (3rd Team) 
Terrell Stokes (HM) 



ALL-ACC TOURNAMENT 



1954 
1956 
1957 
1958 



1961 
1962 
1965 

1972 



1973 



1974 



1975 
1976 

1978 

1979 
1980 



Gene Shue (1st team) 
Bob Kessler (2nd Team) 
John Nacincik (2nd Team) 
Nick Davis (1st Team) 
Charles McNeil (1st Team) 
Al Bunge (2nd Team) 
Bill Stasiulatis (2nd Team) 
Jerry Greenspan (2nd Team) 
Jay McMillen (2nd Team) 
Gary Ward (2nd Team) 
Len Elmore (1st Team) 
Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 
Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd Team) 
Tom McMillen (1st Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
Maurice Howard (1st Team) 
Len Elmore (2nd Team) 
Owen Brown (2nd Team) 
John Lucas (1st Team) 
Maurice Howard (2nd Team) 
Steve Sheppard (2nd Team) 
Lawrence Boston (2nd Team) 
Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 
Larry Gibson (2nd Team) 
Albert King (1st Team, MVP) 
Greg Manning (1st Team) 
Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 



1981 



1984 



1986 
1988 
1989 
1992 
1995 

1996 

1997 
1998 

1999 



Buck Williams (2nd Team) 
Albert King (1st Team) 
Buck Williams (1st Team) 
Ernest Graham (2nd Team) 
Len Bias (1st Team, MVP) 
Ben Coleman (1st Team) 
Adrian Branch (2nd Team) 
Len Bias (1st Team) 
Keith Gatlin (2nd Team) 
Tony Massenburg (1st Team) 
Walt Williams (2nd Team) 
Exree Hipp (2nd Team) 
Joe Smith (2nd Team) 
Keith Booth (2nd Team) 
Keith Booth (2nd Team) 
Rodney Elliott (2nd Team) 
Steve Francis (1st 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) 

Jeff Adkins 

Adrian Branch 
1984-85 Len Bias 

Adrian Branch 
1985-86 Len Bias (2 Times) 
1986-87 Derrick Lewis 
1987-88 Derrick Lewis 
1988-89 John Johnson 
1989-90 Tony Massenburg 
1991-92 Walt Williams 
1992-93 Kevin 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 
1998-99 Steve Francis (2 times) 

Laron Profit 






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H O N O 


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5 , AW 


A R 

1981-82 
1982-83 


D S 


ACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEKB 


ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 


Adrian Branch 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien (2 Times) 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


Adrian Branch 




Darrell Brown 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 




Ben Coleman 




Howard White 


1973-74 


Tom McMillen (1st Team) 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (4 Times) 


1980-81 


Greg Manning (2nd Team) 


1984-85 


Len Bias 




Len Elmore 


1990-91 


Matt Roe (1st Team) 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1972-73 


John Lucas (2 Times) 
Brad Davis (3 Times) 
Steve Sheppard 






1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 


Derrick Lewis 


1974-75 


P H I 


BETA KAPPA 


Derrick Lewis 




1978-79 


Eric Shrader 


Tony Massenburg 


1975-76 


Larry Gibson 
Lawrence Boston 






1989-90 
1990-91 


Tony Massenburg 




NCAA 


POST-GRADUATE 


Matt Roe 


1976-77 


Bill Bryant (2 Times) 
Mike Davis 


SCHOLARSHIP 


1991-92 
1992-93 


Walt Williams 




1970 


Tom Milroy (alt.) 


Kevin McLinton 




Jo Jo Hunter 


1974 


Tom McMillen 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


1977-78 


Greg Manning (2 Times) 


1981 


Greg Manning 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 




Albert King 


1991 


Matt Roe 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


1978-79 


Buck Williams (3 Times) 
Adrian Branch (3 Times) 
Ben Coleman (2 Times) 






1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 


Keith Booth 


1981-82 


ALL- 


ACC ACADEMIC 


Rodney Elliott 


1982-83 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


Steve Francis 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


1968-69 


Tom Milroy 




Terence Morris 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis (3 Times) 

John Johnson 

Teyon McCoy (2 Times) 


1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 


Tom McMillen 
Tom McMillen 
Tom McMillen 






1985-86 


■most 


IMPROVED PI 


1986-87 


1969-70 


Sparky Still 




Steve Hood 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1987-88 


Brian Williams (2 Times) 




Brian Magid 


1971-72 


Darrell Brown 


1988-89 


Jerrod Mustaf (3 Times) 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


1973-74 


Owen Brown 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp (2 Times) 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


1974-75 


Maurice Howard 




Johnny Rhodes (2 Times) 


1983-84 


Charles Driesell 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (6 Times) 


1984-85 


Charles Driesell 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 






1990-91 


Matt Roe 


1977-78 

1978-79 

| 1979-80 

1980-81 


Greg Manning 


ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE! 


Ernest Graham 


1930-31 


Bosey Berger 
Ed Ronkin 


SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD 


Taylor Baldwin 




1989-90 


Matt Roe 


Steve Rivers 


1932-33 


Rufus Vincent 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


1935-36 


Bernie Buscher 


1991-92 


Vince Broadnax 


1982-83 


Len Bias 




Vic Willis 


1992-93 


Kurtis Shultz 


1983-84 


Terry Long 


1937-38 


George Knepley 


1993-94 


Kurtis Shultz 


1984-85 


Jeff Baxter 


1938-39 


George Knepley 


1994-95 


Matt Raydo 




Tom Jones 




Eddie Johnson 


1995-96 


Matt Kovarik 


1985-86 


Jeff Baxter 




George DeWitt 


1996-97 


Matt Kovarik 


1986-87 


Dave Dickerson 


1944-45 


Jack Flynn 


1997-98 


Matt Kovarik 


1987-88 


Tony Massenburg 


1948-49 


Lee Brawley 


1998-99 


Matt Hahn 


1988-89 
1989-90 
| 1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 


Cedric Lewis 
Jesse Martin 


ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ■ 
TOURNAMENT 


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 


Kevin McLinton 


1969-70 
1970-71 


Rod Horst 
Barry Yates 


Evers Burns 


1931 


Bosey Berger 


Chris Kerwin 




Ed Ronkin 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


1993-94 


Mario Lucas 


1939 


George Knepley 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 




Duane Simpkins 


1945 


Jack Flynn 


1973-74 


Tom McMillen 


1994-95 


Wayne Bristol 


1951 


Dick Koffenberger 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


1953 


Gene Shue (MVP) 


1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 


Maurice Howard 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Albert King 
Albert King 











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Eddie Johnson was an All-Southern Con- 
ference selection in 1939. 




Matt Roe was an Academic All-America 
and Academic AII-ACC in 1991. 




Sparky Still was Maryland's most im- 
proved player in 1969-70. 



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Billy Hahn was awarded the Alvin Aubinoe 
Greatest Career Contribution in 1975. 




Dave Dickerson was awarded the Alvin 
Aubinoe Greatest Career Contribution 
in 1989. 




Barry Yates was awarded the Rebound- 
ing Award in 1971 



ALVIN AUBINOE GREATEST 
CAREER CONTRIBUTION 



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 



Will Hetzel 
Jay Flowers 
Charlie Blank 
Jim O'Brien 
Tom McMillen 
Billy Hahn 
John Lucas 
John Pavlos, Mgr. 
Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 
John Bilney 
Albert King 
Dutch Morley 
Adrian Branch 
Jeff Adkins 
Charles Driesell 
Len Bias 
not awarded 
Derrick Lewis 
Dave Dickerson 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Walt Williams 
Evers Burns 



NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 



1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 



Brian Williams 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Evers Burns 
Garfield Smith 
John Walsh 
Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 



COACHES' AWARD 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 



Jerrod Mustaf 
Cedric Lewis 
Garfield Smith 
Kurtis Schultz 



CHRIS PATTON 
REBOUNDING AWARD 



1969-70 


Rod Horst 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


1984-85 


Len Bias 



1985-86 Len 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 



BUCK WILLIAMS/ 

LEN ELMORE 

REBOUNDING AWARD 



1993-94 Joe Smith 

1995-96 Keith Booth 

1996-97 Keith Booth 

1997-98 Rodney Elliott 

1998-99 Terence Morris 



BUD MILLIKAN DEFENSIVE 
PLAYER OF THE YEAR 



1990-91 

1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 



Vince Broadnax 
Cedric Lewis 
Vince Broadnax 
Kevin McLinton 
Johnny Rhodes 
Exree Hipp 
Joe Smith 



MR. HUSTLE AWARD 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 



Vince Broadnax 
Vince Broadnax 
Chris Kerwin 
Mike Thibeault 
Keith Booth 
Matt Raydo 



OUTSTANDING FREE 
THROW SHOOTER 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 



Walt Williams 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
Duane Simpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Juan Dixon 



MOST IMPROVED FREE 
THROW SHOOTER 



1996-97 Rodney Elliott 
1997-98 Obinna Ekezie 



MOST ASSISTS AWARD 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 



Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
Duane Simpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 



SENIOR AWARD 



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



CAREER 
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 



1998-99 Laron Profit 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 
SERVICE AWARD 



1997-98 Jack Zane 
1998-99 Johnny Holliday 



CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP 
MVP AWARDS 



1982-83 
1983-84 



1989-90 
1993-94 



1994-95 



1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 



1998-99 



Adrian Branch vs. Houston 
Ben Coleman vs. Notre Dame 
Jeff Adkins vs. Boston College 
Herman Veal vs. Boston College 
Keith Gatlin vs. North Carolina 
Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 
Jesse Martin vs. Duke 
Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 
Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts 
Keith Booth vs. Michigan 
Exree Hipp vs. Gonzaga 
Joe Smith vs. Texas 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Connecticut 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
Keith Booth vs. Charleston 
Rodney Elliott vs. Utah State 
Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 
Rodney Elliott vs. Arizona 
Terence Morris vs. Valparaiso 
Terence Morris vs. Creighton 
Terence Morris vs. St. John's 



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AWARDS 





Acito, Joseph 1944 
Adams r:-i3 3 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 



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 
Baxter, Lonny, 1999 
Beamer, Francis, 1938-39 
Beattv, 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 
Burns, Evers, 1990-91-92-93 



Burton, Tim. 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Butler, Jay, 1953 





Campbell, William, 1945 
Cardwell, Lee, 1925-26 
Carlson, Phillip, 1963-64-65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold, 1934 
Cartwright, Mark, 1972 
Cephas, LaRon, 1998-99 
Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 
Chamberlain, Kevin, 1990 
Chase, Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Chong, Eddie, 1989-90 
Chronister, Jon. 1991-92 
Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth, 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben. 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connelly, Thomas, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 




Ekezie, Obinna, 1996-97-98-99 
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 




Faber, John. 1924-25-26-27 1 
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. 1996-97-98-99 
Finniff, Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Jay, 1970 
Flynn, John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergill, Mark, 1980. 82-83-84 
Francis, Steve, 1999 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1955 




Daly, Edward, 1935 
Danko, Eugene. 1958-59 
Davis. Brad, 1975-76-77 
Davis, Mike, 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 
Dixon, Juan, 1999 
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 



Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gatlm, 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 
Cuckeyson, Bill, 1935, 37 





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Edwards, John. 1946-47-48-49 
Eicher Robert, 1961-62 ? 5 
Eiseman. John, 1918-19 




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 



Headley, Coleman, 1938 
Heagy, Al, 1928-29-30 
Heatlev, Jack. 1945 
Heil, George, 1940 
Heise, John, 1946-47 
Henderson, David, 1977 1979-80 
Hess, Harry, 1930-31 
Hetzel, Fred, 1928-29-30 
Hetzel, Will, 1968-69-70 
Hilden, Charles, 1968-69-70 
Hipp, Exree, 1993-94-95-96 
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 
Housley, Samuel, NA 
Howard. Maurice. 1973-74-75-76 
Hughes, Harry, 1946 
Huntemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-78 







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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 (Pete), 1967-68-69 
Jones, Thomas, 1985-86 
Jones, William, 1966-67-68 
Judd, Donny, 1994-95 




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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 
Kneplev, Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert. 1919 
Koffenberger, Dick, 1950-51-52 
Kovarik, Matt, 1994-95-97-98 
Krukar. Pete, 1958-59-60 



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.add, Robert, 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Lann, Alvin, 1948, 50 
Leuci, Victor, 1954 
Levin, Julius, 1933 
Levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levine, Frank, 1933 
Lewis, Cednc, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87-88 
Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terrv. 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas, Mario, 1993-94-95-96 
Luney, William, NA 







MacDonald, Jan, 1968 
Mack, Charles, 1949-50 
Madigan, George, 1928-29-30 
Magid, Brian, 1976-77 
Manis, George, 1951-52-53 
Manning, Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Mardesich, Mike, 1998-99 
Marshal. Alfred, NA 
Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin, Jesse, 1989-90 
Massenburg, Tony, 1986, 1988-89-90 
May, Charles, 1930-31-32 
Mayolo, Vinny, 1982-83-84-85-86 
Mays, H.W., 1911 
McCarthy, John, 1936-37-38 
McCoy, Teyon, 1987-88, 90 
McCudv, 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, James, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Danny, 1999 
Miller. Thomas, 1966 
Milroy, Thomas, 1968-69-70 
Mobus, Paul, 1936-37 
Mondorf, Pershing, 1939-40 
Mont, Thomas, 1942-43, 47 
Moore, Dwight, 1953 
Moore, Perry. 1956-57-58 
Moran, Donald. 1951-52-53 
Morin, Matt, 1990-91-92 
Morley, Greg, 1979-80-81-82 
Morris, Alan, 1972-73 
Morris, John, 1932 
Morris, Terence, 1998-99 
Morris, William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 



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Mulitz, Milton, 1937-38, 40 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-59 
Murray, Robert, 1947-48-49, 55 
Mustaf, Jerrod, 1989-90 





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




O'Brien, James, 1971-72-73| 
OBrien, 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, 1996-97-98-99 




Sandbower, John, 1954-5^- 
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 
Siegnst, 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, James, 1918 
Stevens, Myron, 1925-26-27 
Stieber, Fred, 1933 
Still, James, 1970-71 
Stobaugh, Richard, 1969 
Stokes. Terrell. 1996-97-98-99 
Stone, Junior, 1918-19 
Strachan, John, 1951 
Suder George, 1964 
Suit, Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee, William, 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Daniel, 1963 




Radice, Julius, 1928-29- 5C 

Ready, Michael, 1919 

Ramge, 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 

Rooney, Partick, 1930 

Roy, Thomas, 1973-74-75 



Thifceault, 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 



Jllman, Bernard, 1941 




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



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Wainwright ~roy, 1988-89-90 
Walker, George, 1933 
Walker. Rodney, 1988 
Waller, Edward, 1947 
Walsh. John, 1992-93 
Ward, Gary, 1964-65-66 
Watkms, Brian, 1997-98-99 
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, James, 1935 

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Lawrence Boston 

Washington Bullets, 1980 

Adrian Branch 

Los Angeles Lakers, 1987 

New Jersey Nets, 1988 

Portland Trail Blazers, 1989 

Minnesota Timberwolves, 1990 

E vers Burns 

Sacramento Kings, 1993 

Ben Coleman 

New Jersey Nets, 1987-88 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1988-89 

Milwaukee Bucks, 1991 

Brad Davis 

Los Angeles Lakers, 1978-79 
Indiana Pacers, 1979-80 

Utah Jazz, 1980 
Dallas Mavericks, 1981-92 

Mike Davis 

New York Knicks, 1983 

Len Elmore 

Indiana Pacers, 1975-79 
Kansas City Kings, 1980 
Milwaukee Bucks, 1981 
New Jersey Nets, 1982-83 
New York Knicks, 1984 

Jerry Greenspan 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1964-65 

Maurice Howard 

Cleveland Cavaliers, 1977 
New Orleans Jazz, 1977 

AlbertKing 

New Jersey Nets, 1982-87 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1988 
San Antonio Spurs, 1989 

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 




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San Antonio Spurs, 1991 

Charlotte Hornets, 1992 

Boston Celtics, 1992 

Golden State Warriors, 1992 

LA. Clippers, 1994-95 

Toronto Raptors, 1995-96 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1996 

New Jersey Nets, 1996-1997 

Vancouver Grizzlies, 1999 

Houston Rockets, 1999-Present 

TomMcMillen 

Buffalo Braves, 1976-77 

New York Knicks, 1977 

Atlanta Hawks, 1978-83 

Washington Bullets, 1984-85 

Jerroa Mustaf 

New York Knicks, 1991 
Phoenix Suns, 1992-1994 

Jim O'Brien 

New York Nets, 1974 
Memphis Sounds (ABA), 1975 

Charles Pitt man 

Phoenix Suns, 1983-86 

' Steve Sheppara 

Chicago Bulls, 1978-79 
Detroit Pistons, 1979 

CeneShue 

Philadelphia Warriors, 1955 

New York Knicks, 1955-56; 1963 

Fort Wayne Pistons, 1957 

Detroit Pistons, 1958-62 

Baltimore Bullets, 1964 

Joe Smith 

Golden State Warriors, 1995-97 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1998 

Minnesota Timberwolves, 1998-Present 

Buck Williams 

New Jersey Nets, 1982-89 

Portland Trail Blazers, 1990-96 

New York Knicks, 1997-99 

Walt Williams 

Sacramento Kings, 1992-96 

Miami Heat, 1996 

Toronto Raptors, 1996-98 

Portland Trail Blazers, 1998-99 

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MBA 

Year 
B66-67 

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 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1987-88 
1988-89 



GeneShue 

coach Of The Year 



Team 

Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Baltimore Bullets 
Philadelphia 76ers 
Philadelphia 76ers 
Philadelphia 76ers 
Philadelphia 76ers 
Philadelphia 76ers 
San Diego Clippers 
San Diego Clippers 
Washington Bullets 
Washington Bullets 
Washington Bullets 
Washington Bullets 
Washington Bullets 
Los Angeles Clippers 17-65 
Los Angeles Clippers 10-28 
BULLETS TOTALS 522-505 
76ERS TOTALS 157-177 
CLIPPERS TOTALS 105-179 
NBA TOTALS 784-861 



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 



1969, 1982 

Postseason 



Eastern Div. Semis 
Eastern Div. Semis 
NBA Finals 
Eastern Conf. Semis 
Eastern Conf Semis 



Eastern Conf. Semis 

Eastern Conf. 1 st Rd. 
Eastern Conf. 1 st Rd. 
Eastern Conf. 1stRd. 



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.470 
.348 
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Year 

1992 

1993 

1992-93 

1993-94 

1994-95 

1995-96 



John Lucas 

Team Record Postseason 

Miami Tropics (USBL) 24-4 
Miami Tropics (USBL) 14-5 
San Antonio Spurs 39-22 



San Antonio Spurs 
Philadelphia 76ers 
Philadelphia 76ers 
SPURS TOTALS 
76ERS TOTALS 
TROPICS TOTALS 



55-27 
24-58 
18-64 

94-49 .658 

42-122 .256 

38-9 .809 



USBL Champions 
USBL Champions 
Western Conf. Semis 
Western Conf. 1st Rd. 



OVERALL TOTALS 174-180 .491 




Player, Team 
Cene Shue, Philadelphia 
Al Bunge, Philadelphia 
Tom McMillen, LA. 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 
Steve Francis, Vancouver 



Year 


Number 


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 


1998 


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Terps' NBA Draft History 



ALL-TIME DRAFT PICKSBMRST ROUND PICKS 



Year Selection (Round, Team) 

1954 Cene Shue (1st Round, #3 overall, Philadelphia) 

1955 Bob Kessler (2nd/Fort Wayne) 
1958 John Nacincik (3rd/Syracuse) 

Nick Davis (11th/Philadelphia) 
1960 Al Bunge (1st, #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 McMillen (9th/L.A. Lakers) 
Joe Harrington (11th/Boston) 

1 970 Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore) 

1 971 Barry Yates (8th/Philadelphia) 

1973 Jim O'Brien (3rd/Portland) 
Bob Bodell (10th/Seattle) 
Howard White (14th/Washington) 

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

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

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

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

1978 Larry Boston (4th/Washington) 

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) 

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

1985 Adrian Branch (2nd/Chicago) 

1986 Len Bias (1st, #2 overall/Boston) 
1988 Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago) 

1990 Jerrod Mustaf (1st, #17 overall/New York) 
Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio) 

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

1993 Evers Burns (2nd/Sacramento) 

1995 Joe Smith ( 1 st, #1 overall/Golden State) 
1 997 Keith Booth ( 1 st, #28 overall/Chicago) 
1999 Steve Francis (1st, #2 overall/Vancouver) 

Obinna Ekezie (2nd/Vancouver) 

Laron Profit (2nd/Orlando) 



First Round Picks 
Second Round 
Third Round 
Fourth Round 
Fifth Round 
Sixth Round 
Seventh Round 
Eighth Round 
Ninth Round 
Tenth Round 
Eleventh Round 
Fourteenth Round 
Sixteenth Round 

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WASHINGTON, DC - Maryland's Steve Francis, 
Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit were all selected in the 
1999 NBA Draft at MCI Center, giving the Terps three 
selections in a single draft for only the fourth time in 
school history. Francis was the No. 2 overall selection 
by the Vancouver Grizzlies, giving Maryland three lot- 
tery selections during the last eight years. 

Speculation raged that the Chicago Bulls with 
the No. 1 overall selection would select Francis. Had 
Francis been the No. 1 overall selection, Maryland 
would have become the first school in NBA history to 
have three overall No. 1 selections. Previously, John 
Lucas was the top pick by the Houston Rockets in 1976 
and Joe Smith was picked first by the Golden State 
Warriors in 1995. 

The Terps' draft windfall brought to four the 
number of all-time Maryland lottery selections (tied for 
eighth among all NCAA schools), including three during 
the decade of the 1990s. Francis' selection with the 
No. 2 overall pick brought to three the number of lot- 
tery selections at Maryland under head coach Gary Wil- 
liams. In addition, the number of Maryland players 
drafted in the first round (guaranteed contracts) un- 
der Williams has skyrocketed to five while Williams has 
now recruited seven first round selections since 1987. 

Since Williams' arrival at Maryland to begin the 
1990 season, a total of 10 players (an average of one 
per season) have begun their professional careers as 
NBA draft choices. During his career, an incredible 
total of 23 players (an average of more than one per 
year) have been NBA draft choices. 



MOST NO. 1 OVERALL PICKS 



Maryland (John Lucas, 1976) (Joe Smith, 1995) 
Georgetown (Patrick Ewing, 1985) (Allen Iverson, 1996) 
Houston (Elvin Hayes, 1968) (Hakeem Olajuwon, 1984) 
Michigan (Cazzie Russell, 1966) (Chris Webber, 1993) 
No. Carolina (James Worthy, 1982) (Brad Daugherty, 1986) 
Purdue (Joe Barry Carroll, 1980) (Glenn Robinson, 1994) 
UCLA (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1969) (Bill Walton, 1974) 



MOST ALL-TIME LOTTERY PICKS 



T1. 


Duke (8) 




North Carolina (8) 


3. 


Michigan (6) 


T4. 


Arizona (5) 




Georgetown (5) 




Kentucky (5) 




UNLV(5) 


T8. 


Maryland (4) 




California (4) 




Georgia Tech (4) 




Arkansas (3) 




Connecticut (3) 




Kansas (3) 




Louisville (3) 




Memphis (3) 




NC State (3) 




Utah (3) 




Steve Francis was the No. 2 overall selection by the 
Vancouver Grizzlies in 1999, but was later traded to 
the Houston Rockets. 



Obinna Ekezie was selected in the second round of 
the 1999 NBA Draft by the Vancouver Grizzlies. 



GARY WILLIAMS' NBA DRAFT CHOICES 



1999 Steve Francis 

Obinna Ekezie 

Laron Profit 
1997 Keith Booth 

1995 Joe Smith 

1993 Evers Burns 

1992 Jim Jackson 

Walt Williams 
1990 Jerrod Mustaf 

Tony Massenburg 
1989 Dana Barros 

Jay Burson 

Chris Jent 
1987 Dennis Hopson 

1986 Dominic Pressley 

1985 Michael Adams 

Stu Primus 
1984 Martin Clark 

Jay Murphy 
1983 John Garris 

Ron Crevier 

Gordon Austin 

Boo Bowers 
'-(recruited to Ohio State by Gary Williams) 



GARY WILLIAMS' NBA FIRST ROUND DRAFT CHOICES 



Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Orlando Magic 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 
Maryland/Golden State Warriors 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 
Ohio State/Dallas Mavericks* 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 
Maryland/New York Knicks 
Maryland/San Antonio Spurs 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 
Ohio State/San Antonio Spurs 
Ohio State/Chicago Bulls 
Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 
Boston College/Sacramento Kings 
Boston College/Indiana Pacers 
Boston College/Philadelphia 
Boston College/Golden State 
Boston College/Cleveland Cavaliers 
Boston College/Chicago Bulls 
American/Philadelphia 76ers 
American/Cleveland Cavaliers 



1999 Steve Francis (#2 overall) 

1997 Keith Booth (#28 overall) 

1995 Joe Smith (#1 overall) 

1992 Jim Jackson (#5 overall) 



Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 
Maryland/Golden State Warriors 
Ohio State/Dallas Mavericks 



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25 for the second con- 
secutive year in 1998-99. 

• Maryland has top 20 
ranked programs in 
engineering, computer 
science, physics. Jour- 
nalism, business, art 
history, economics, 
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LEADING THE WAY INTO 
THE 21 ST CENTURY 

•A Carnegie Research-i university 
' Member f Association of American Universities (AAU) 
'Flagship of the University System of Maryland 
* Division I NCAA Athletics 

'Strive for clarity, but accept and 
understand ambiguity. " 

That phrase captures one way in which an educated person 
approaches the world and its challenges. Students who graduate 
from the University of Maryland have been exposed to the tools 
that allow them to put that perspective to work. Imparting such a 
perspective may be an ambitious project for undergraduate edu- 
cation, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great 
university's goals for its students. Ten years ago, Promises to Keep, 
a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, articulated those 
goals so eloquently we repeat.them here. 

Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide stu- 
dents with a sense of identity and purpose, a concern for others, a 
sense of responsibility for the quality of life around them, a con- 
tinuing eagerness for knowledge and understanding, and a foun- 
dation for a lifetime of personal enrichment. 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to 
"develop human values," "celebrate tolerance and fair- 
ness," "contribute to the social conscience," "monitor 
and assess private and collective assumptions," and "rec- 
ognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human con- 
dition." Your years at the University of Maryland can 
provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish 
these goals. Students here are "educated to be able to 
read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with 
clarity and verve, handle numbers and computation pro- 
ficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear ques- 
tions and find probable arguments, reach substantiated 
conclusions, and accept ambiguity." 

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The Campus 

The University of Maryland, College Park, is the 
most comprehensive institution of higher education, 
research and service in the state. The university of- 
fers 100 undergraduate 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 clas- 
sified as a Research-l university by the Carnegie Foun- 
dation by virtue of the range of its baccalaureate pro- 
grams, the amount of federal support received and 
the number of doctoral 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 percentage of African-American undergradu- 
ate students. In addition, the university has the larg- 
est number of African-Americans and other minority 
members among its peers 

Flagship status 

In 1988, the University of Maryland, College Park, 
was designated as the flagship institution for the Uni- 
versity System of Maryland. As well as pursuing a se- 
rious research mission and continuing its high level of 
service to the state, the university rededicated itself 
to providing the highest quality graduate and under- 
graduate education. Increased undergraduate oppor- 
tunities for research and individual study; the devel- 
opment of the College Park Scholars Program and the 
expansion of the University Honors Program; the gen- 
esis of Honors Humanities and Cemstone; the creation 
of CORE, the general education program; and the es- 
tablishment of the Center for Teaching Excellence all 
affirmed the legislature's designation of flagship. 



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Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University of Mary- 
land library system: McKeldin (main) Library, Architec- 
ture Library, Art Library, Engineering and Physical Sci- 
ences Library, Hombake Library, Performing Arts Li- 
brary, White Memorial (Chemistry) Library. 

These libraries constitute the largest university 
research library institution in the Washington metro- 
politan area, providing vital resources to researchers, 
visiting scholars, and businesses throughout the re- 
gion. The libraries' holdings include more than 2.5 mil- 
lion volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to periodicals and 
nearly 5 million items available in microfilm format 

Research 

Opportunities for conducting research abound 
at the University of Maryland, College Park, and in the 
surrounding area, both for faculty to advance their 
own expertise and bring their insights into the class- 
room, and for students to begin their exploration of 
their special interests with practical experience. On 
campus, special facilities and a number of organized 
research centers, bureaus, and institutes promote the 
acquisition and analysis of new knowledge in the arts, 
sciences and applied fields. 

The university's enviable location - just nine 
miles from downtown Washington, DC, and approxi- 
mately 30 miles from both Baltimore and Annapolis 
- enhances the research of its faculty and students 
by providing access to some of the finest libraries and 
research centers in the country. 

Service 

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

With more than 90 high technology firms in the 
three-county area of Montgomery, Prince George's 



and Frederick counties, the university has found abun- 
dant opportunity to extend its business and technol- 
ogy outreach programs to the region. Many of these 
programs are part of the Engineering Research Cen- 
ter, which operates the Technology Advancement Pro- 
gram and the Maryland Industrial Partnerships, pro- 
grams designed to provide Maryland entrepreneurs 
and small businesses with research facilities, techni- 
cal assistance, administrative support, and access to 
technology that will advance their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has formed 
partnerships with major corporations, including 
Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF Goodrich, Hughes 
Aircraft and Dupont to apply advanced systems re- 
search to solving industry problems in the fields of 
communications, manufacturing, controls and robot- 
ics 

A Wired worm 

Students at the University of Maryland are part 
of an academic community that enjoys free access 
to networked computer resources and facilities that 
are among the best in the country. Free computer 
accounts enable users to store class work on a net- 
worked server, download classroom support materi- 
als and other electronic information from campus 
networked resources such as inforM, or send elec- 
tronic mail to faculty, fellow students or friends at 
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college of 

Agriculture ana 

Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natu- 
ral Resources offers a variety of academic 
programs that apply science, management, 
design, and engineering to improve the 
world in which we live and work. Feeding the 
world population, developing scientifically- 
based land use practices and policies, under- 
standing animal and plant biology, improv- 
ing nutrition and its effects on human 
health, and profitably managing farms and 
agribusinesses in harmony with ecosystems 
are all vital concerns of the college 

Schoolof 
Architecture 

The School of Architecture offers a 
four-year undergraduate program leading to 
the bachelor of science degree in architec- 
ture, and a graduate program leading to the 
professional master of architecture The un- 
dergraduate major in architecture is de- 
signed to minimize the time required to com- 
plete the curriculum leading to the profes- 
sional degree. Students receive rigorous and 
comprehensive instruction from a faculty 
whose members are active in professional 
practice or research Many faculty members 
have distinguished themselves across the 
professional spectrum and represent differ- 
ent approaches to architectural design. The 
B.S. degree in architecture will qualify gradu- 
ates to pursue a career in any number of 
fields, such as construction, real estate de- 
velopment, public administration, or historic 
preservation, or to continue in graduate 
work in professional fields such as architec- 
ture, urban planning, or law. 

College of Arts ana 
Humanities 

The College of Arts and Humanities 
embraces a heterogeneous group of disci- 
plines, all of which value the development 
of critical thinking, fluent expression in writ- 
ing and speech, sensitivity to ethical and aes- 
thetic standards, and a complex understand- 
ing of history and culture. Preparation pro- 
vides valuable background for careers in a 
broad range of fields 

College of 
Behavioral ana 
Social Sciences 

The College of Behavioral and Social 
Sciences is comprised of a diverse group of 
disciplines and fields of study all of which 



emphasize a broad liberal arts education as 
the foundation for understanding the envi- 
ronmental, social and cultural forces that 
shape our world. Disciplines in the behavioral 
and social sciences use approaches that 
range from the scientific to the philosophi- 
cal, from the experimental 
to the theoretical. 



cur from infancy through adulthood in both 
school and non-school settings The college's 
mission is to provide preparation for current 
and future teachers, counselors, administra- 
tors, educational specialists, and other re- 
lated educational personnel, and to create 
and disseminate the knowl- 
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COLLEGES AND 
SCHOOLS 



Robert H. Smith 
School of Business 

The Robert H Smith School of Busi- 
ness recognizes the importance of educa- 
tion in business and management to eco- 
nomic, social, and professional development 
through profit and non-profit organizations 
at the local, regional, national and interna- 
tional levels. The faculty are scholars, teach- 
ers, and professional leaders with a commit- 
ment to superior education in business and 
management, specializing in accounting, fi- 
nance, decision and information sciences, 
management science and statistics, man- 
agement and organization, marketing, logis- 
tics and transportation, and business and 
public policy. 

college of 

computer, 

Mathematical, ana 

Physical Sciences 

The College of Computer, Mathemati- 
cal, and Physical Sciences contributes very 
substantially and effectively to the research 
activities of the University of Maryland. This 
college is like a technical institute within a 
large university Students majoring in any 
one of the disciplines encompassed by the 
college have the opportunity of obtaining 
an outstanding education in their field. 

College ofsaucation 

The College of Education is a profes- 
sional college committed to advancing the 
science and art of teaching/learning, includ- 
ing the practices and processes which oc- 



sion- 
als and 
policy mak- 
ers in education and 
related fields. 

A. James Clark 

schoolof 

Engineering 

The mission of the Clark School of 
Engineering is to provide quality engineer- 
ing education, with sufficient scope to in- 
clude both fundamental and specialized en- 
gineering training, so that graduates are 
prepared to serve the current and emerg- 
ing needs of society In addition to its teach- 
ing role, the school feels a related responsi- 
bility to conduct strong research programs 
that contribute to the advancement of 
knowledge. 

College of Health 

and Human 

Performance 

The College of Health and Human Per- 
formance provides preparation leading to 
the bachelor of science degree in the fol- 
lowing professional areas: physical education 
(K-12), health education (school and commu- 
nity), and family studies The college also 
offers curricula in kinesiological sciences and 
safety education In addition, each depart- 
ment offers a wide variety of courses for 
all university students 

College of Journalism 

Located just nine miles from the 
nation's capital and 50 miles from the bus- 
tling commercial port of Baltimore, the Col- 
lege of Journalism is one of six comprehen- 
sive journalism schools in the 10 states 



stretching from New York to Virginia - the 
nation's most populous region But the col- 
lege has a lot more than geography going 
for it The National Assessment of Journal- 
ism Education by the Freedom Forum Me- 
dia Studies Center at Columbia University 
designated the college one of "Eleven Ex- 
emplary Journalism schools" nationwide: 
those that surpass others in criteria includ- 
ing teaching, research, facilities and job 
placement. 

College of Library 

ana Information 

Services 

The College of Library and Informa- 
tion Services offers degree programs for 
individuals interested in careers in informa- 
tion services and management. At the 
master's level, students may specialize in 
several fields, including archival studies, geo- 
graphic information systems, health infor- 
mation services, school library media ser- 
vices, and science and technology informa- 
tion systems. 

College of Life 
Sciences 

The College of Life Sciences offers 
educational opportunities for students in 
subject matters relating to living organisms 
and their interaction with one another and 
with the environment Programs of study 
include those involving the most fundamen- 
tal concepts of biological science and chem- 
istry and the use of knowledge in daily life, 
as well as the application of economic and 
engineering principles in planning the im- 
provement of life. 

School of Public 
Affairs 

The School of Public Affairs provides 
graduate-level, professional education to 
men and women interested in careers in 
public service. Five disciplines are empha- 
sized: finance, statistics, economics, politics, 
and ethics. Students specialize in interna- 
tional security and economic policy, public 
sector financial management, environmen- 
tal policy, or social policy. 



UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 


Founded 


1807 


Enrollment 


33,006 


President 


CD. Mote, Jr. 


Address .... College Park, MD 20742 


Main Campus 


301-405-1000 


Web Site 


www.umd.edu 



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Did You Know? 



• Maryland has top 20 ranked programs in en- 
gineering, computer science, physics, journalism, 
business, art history, economics, criminology, math- 
ematics, oceanography, astronomy, education, agri- 
cultural economics and others. 

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

• The university collaborates with more than 
280 businesses through its Maryland Industrial Part- 
nerships program. The university's incubator has 
spawned 20 new companies, three have been rec- 
ognized as among the fastest growing in the state 

• Maryland is the only university in the south- 
east quadrant of the United States to have both en- 
gineering 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 is in the top three of non-histon- 
cally black institutions in number of African-Ameri- 
cans receiving bachelor's degrees. 

• In a 1995 study, the Department of Crimi- 
nology and Criminal Justice was rated the highest 
quality research program in the nation by the Jour- 
nal 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. 

• Last year, faculty researchers at Maryland 
were awarded more than $155 million in competi- 
tively funded research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Re- 
gion has more top 20 graduate programs in com- 
puter, mathematical, physical sciences, and engineer- 
ing disciplines than the University of Maryland, ac- 
cording 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 prom- 
ises to grow when the $100 million Maryland Center 
for the Performing Arts opens in 2000. 



More, Better students 
want to Co to Maryland 

The University of Maryland projects another record-breaking year for the quality of admitted students. 
The number of applications, GPAs and SAT scores all were up from the same time last year. 

For the last 10 years, the quality of students being admitted to the University of Maryland has risen 
steadily Average GPAs for incoming freshmen have risen from just under 3.0 to a projected 3.69, SAT scores of 
the middle 50 percent have gone from 980-1,150 to a projected 1,170-1,340, and the number of students with 
SAT scores above 1,300 has increased from 234 to a projected 1,155. 

The University of Maryland has the state's largest concentration of academically talented students, with 
more than one-third of them enrolled in the invitation-only Honors, Honors Humanities, College Park Scholar or 
Gemstone programs. 



No Better Place To Be... 



There is no better place to be than the Univer- 
sity of Maryland. As Washlngtonian magazine noted in 
its December, 1997 issue, "...kids are turning down 
schools like Princeton and Virginia to go to College Park." 
With its top-ranked academic programs, nationally rec- 
ognized faculty, diverse population and lush 1,580-acre 
campus located between Washington, D.C. and Balti- 
more, Md , it's no wonder the University of Maryland is 
a sought-after destination for some of the state's - 
and the country's - best and brightest students 

Attracting them are more than 100 majors and 
some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the country. For in- 
stance, in the 1999 U.S. News 
and World Report rankings of 
graduate schools, the Clark 
School of Engineering was 
ranked 17th in the nation, the 
School of Public Affairs was 
ranked 20th, and the College of 
Education placed 23rd. The 
Maryland School of Business 
was ranked 25th, and also was 
named one of the country's 25 
best business schools for entrepreneurs by Success maga- 
zine And, the university's School of Music was ranked 
30th in the country in the first U.S. News and World Re- 
port reputational survey of arts programs since 1994. 

For exceptional students seeking an exceptional 
education at the University of Maryland, College Park, 
there are a number of programs designed to enrich 
the learning experience. Among them are the Hon- 
ors Program, ranked among the nine best in the 
country by ARCO's Guide to Ivy League Programs 
at State School Prices, College Park Scholars, which 
encourages students who share common intellec- 
tual interests to live and study together in 10 spe- 
cialty areas; and the Gemstone Program, which links 
student teams from engineering, the humanities, 
business and the physical sciences in a four-year re- 
search project. 

Supporting the research needs of students and 
faculty are some of the country's best research fa- 



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cilities In 1994, the largest, most technically advanced 
research archives in the world - National Archives II - 
moved to College Park. In addition, just outside of Col- 
lege Park are the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian 
Institution and the National Libraries of Agriculture and 
Medicine, among others. The university itself has the 
most comprehensive library system in the area. 

High tech, engineering and service industries 
thrive in proximity to the campus, offering a wide spec- 
trum of internship and work-study opportunities that 
only a major metropolitan area can provide The 
Kennedy Center alone 
houses the National Sym- 
phony Orchestra, five per- 
formance stages, an opera 
company, and the American 
Film Institute. In Baltimore, 
one of the great ports of 
the world, the Inner Harbor 
has become a cultural mag- 
net for thousands of tour- 
ists each year, offering the 
National Aquarium, the 
Maryland Science Center, 
and other attractions. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the hu- 
manities, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland. College Park offers a 
wide range of educational and cultural opportunities. 
There is no better place to be than the University of 
Maryland, College Park. ^^^^^^^^_ 

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President CD. Mote Jr. 



C. D. (Dan) Mote Jr. took office as president in 
September 1998 with a clear vision for taking the Uni- 
versity of Maryland down the home stretch to its des- 
tiny as one of America's great research universities. 
Mote came to Maryland from the University of 
California at Berkeley, where he had earned all of his 
degrees, and where he had 
served in faculty and admin- 
istration more than 30 years. 
He had most recently been 
vice chancellor for university 
relations. 

In Maryland, he found a 
university already well on its 
way to achieving the greatness 
envisioned when the General 
Assembly declared it the flag- 
ship institution of the University System of Maryland. 
Mote immediately took a leadership role on the 
Governor's Task Force on Governance, Coordination and 
Funding of the University System of Maryland to gain 
greater autonomy and flexibility for the university to 
pursue its goals. He followed that by working closely 
with state leaders to boost university funding for new 
programs, scholarships and faculty, gaining a 10 per- 
cent appropriations increase in his first year. 



UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND 



Dr. Donald N. Langenberg, Chancellor 
Dr. George L. Marx, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 
Joseph F. Vivona, Vice Chancellor for Admin, and Finance 
John K. Martin, Vice Chancellor for Advancement 




BOARD OF REGENTS 



Nathan A. Chapman, Jr., President 

Adm. Charles R. Larson, USN (Ret.) , Vice Chairman 

Steny H. Hoyer, Secretary 

Louise Michaux Gonzales, Treasurer 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln, Assistant Secretary 

Michael C. Gelman, Assistant Treasurer 

Andrew D. Miller, Student Regent 

Lance W. Billingsley 

Edwin S. Crawford 

Thomas B. Finan, Jr. 

Harry R. Hughes 

Leronia A. Josey 

Clifford Kendall 

Jeong H. Kim 

David H. Nevins 

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

William T. Wood 



UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION 



Dr. Clayton Daniel "Dan" Mote, Jr., President 
Dr. Marie Davidson, Chief of Staff, President's Office 
Dr. J. Terrance Roach, Exec. Assistant to the President 
Dr. Gregory L. Geoffrey, Sr. Vice President for Academic 

Affairs, Provost 
Dr. Charles F. Sturtz, Vice President for Admin. Affairs 
Dr. William L Thomas, Jr., Vice President for Student Affairs 
Dr. William Destler, Vice President of Research 
Brodie Remington, Vice President for University Relations 



When the legislature had finished its work for the 
year, Mote spelled out in his inauguration address his 
vision of Maryland as a great research university, where 
teaching and research are "inseparable." In this plan, 
the faculty creates a culture of excellence that per- 
meates the university, student success is the center 
of all activity, and the extended Maryland family of 
alumni and friends grows rich in pride and tradition. 

In his inaugural address, Mote observed that "a 
decade ago, we dreamed the impossible - the great 
research university. Then we sought the improbable 
- the great research university. Soon we will grasp 
the inevitable - the great research university." 

High achievement has been Dan Mote's life, from 
his student days at the University of California through 
his years as an outstanding teacher and world-re- 
nowned researcher and his leadership of a highly suc- 
cessful 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 engineering me- 
chanics from Berkeley in 1963, Mote spent a year as a 
research fellow at the University of Birmingham in En- 
gland, then three years as assistant professor of me- 
chanical engineering at the Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology in Pittsburgh before returning to Berkeley in 
1967. There he stayed for more than 30 years be- 
fore coming to Maryland. He was promoted to pro- 
fessor in 1973. 

Mote'served two terms as vice chair of mechani- 
cal engineering and served as chair from 1987 to 1991. 
At that time, he was appointed to the endowed FANUC 
Chair in mechanical 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 community. 

Much respected by his students, Mote earned 
the 1971 Distinguished Teaching Award and the 1975 
Pi Tau Sigma Excellence in Teaching Award for the Uni- 
versity of California. He has supervised the research 
of more than 50 doctoral students, including several 
who are still in progress, and more than 60 master's 
theses. He has continued teaching and supervising 
graduate students even during his administrative as- 
signments, and several of his graduate students from 
Berkeley commute to Maryland to meet with him as 
they finish their dissertations. Mote has stated his in- 
tention to teach and work with graduate students at 
Maryland as well. 

Mote's research activities have focused on dy- 
namic systems, instrumentation, vibration and biome- 
chanics. He has achieved international recognition for 
his work on the stability of gyroscopic systems, in- 
cluding high-speed translating and rotating systems 




such as circular and band saws, computer memory 
disks and tapes. He also has researched the biome- 
chanics of skiing injuries and the development of safer 
ski bindings. His research has resulted in more than 
300 scholarly publications as well as patents in the 
United States, Norway, Finland and Sweden. 

He was elected to the prestigious National Acad- 
emy of Engineering in 1988, and in that same year 
was awarded the Humboldt Prize by the Federal Re- 
public ofGermany. In 1991, the Japan Society for the 
Promotion of Science awarded him a fellowship. 

In 1992, he conceived, designed and imple- 
mented a $1.1 billion comprehensive capital campaign, 
which has exceeded $1 billion to date. 

During Mote's first year at Maryland, the 
university's ongoing capital campaign, Bold Vision' 
Bright Future, passed the half-way point more than 
four months ahead of schedule and recorded an all- 
time record for one month with more than $29 mil- 
lion raised in April 1999. The April figure included two 
gifts totaling $23 million that were given in part to 
celebrate his inauguration. 

But Mote has said repeatedly that development 
and capital campaigns are not principally about rais- 
ing money. 

"They are about the university building relation- 
ships with its alumni and friends of the university 
through the quality people and quality programs on 
campus. If we succeed in building authentic relation- 
ships, fund-raising happens as naturally as the 
women's lacrosse team scores a goal." 

Mote and his wife Patsy live in the President's 
Residence on the College Park campus. They have two 
grown children and four grandchildren. 



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Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow 

vow to assume presidency of NACDA in July 2000 




Dr Deborah A. Yow has led Terrapin athletics to 
balanced budgets, high levels of productivity and 
achievement and a vigorous commitment to excellence 
throughout its operations. She is beginning her sixth 
year as Maryland's director of athletics 

Since taking over at Maryland in 1994, she and 
her staff have: 

• Transformed Terrapin 
athletics into a . esponsive, 
goal-oriented organization 

• Balanced all five of 
the more than $25 million an- 
nual budgets (the first bal- 
anced budgets for the Terra- 
pins in 10 years) 

• Improved graduation 
rates for student-athletes, 
above that of the general 

student population, in three of those five years 

• Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports rank- 
ing in the upper 10 percent of all NCAA Division I schools. 

• Reorganized and upgraded marketing and fund- 
raising efforts on behalf of Terrapin athletics As a re- 
sult, private gifts to athletics have increased 857- and 
corporate sponsorship revenues have increased by 
270 during her tenure at Maryland 

• Implemented a strategic management model 

• Paid off $7 million in operating debt accrued 
before her arrival in 1994. 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy 
with management, marketing and f undraising applications. 

• Significantly improved customer service in ev- 
ery area. 

Regarding the many achievements of Terrapin ath- 
letics over the past five years, Debbie 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 settle for less." 

Yow is known for her goal-oriented and proac- 
tive management style She consistently inspires and 
challenges those around her to "raise our sights and 
sharpen our tools ... to work hard and work smart to 
recognize that our only limitations are those that we 
place upon ourselves." As a manager and leader, she 
clearly models these principles. 

Dr. Yow is a member of the NCAA Management 
Council and the NCAA Division I Budget Committee. In 
addition, she will become president of the National As- 
sociation of Collegiate Directors of Athletics in July 
2000, and was recently singled out by Street & Smith 
Sports Business Journal as one of the leading athletic 
administrators in the U.S. 

A former basketball coach, she began her coach- 
ing career at the high school level in North Carolina be- 
fore taking over as head women's coach at the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky in 1976. She also achieved an outstand- 



ing coaching record as head coach at the University of 
Florida She later moved into athletic administration at 
the University of Florida and the University of North 
Carolina-Greensboro, followed by a highly successful 
tenure as AD at Saint Louis University 

She has authored numerous articles and books 
on athletics, management, and human behavior, and is 
a respected leader in intercollegiate athletics in the 
United States. 

Reflecting on the status of the Terrapin men's 
basketball program Maryland's director of athletics 
points out, "Our men's basketball team has been a very 
important part of our emergence as a nationally promi- 
nent athletics program. Coach Williams, his staff and 
team have stepped up to another level with our six 
consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances - one of 
only two such programs in the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence and one of only 10 nationally Under Gary's lead- 
ership, this has become an elite men's basketball team 
in the NCAA " 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic program, 
Yow recently observed, "We have the finest student- 
athletes, coaches, support staff and administrative 
team in America. It is because of their courage, hard 
work and cooperative spirit that we now have a strong, 
viable athletic program. I am immensely proud of each 
of them. I am eaually proud of our Terrapin fans who 
buy tickets and our Terrapin Club members who faith- 
fully support the Maryland athletic program with their 
donations for scholarships, and the Maryland Educa- 
tional Foundation and M Club members who serve and 
give liberally. We have a great Terrapin family That's 
the foundation for all of our successes ... and the basis 
for our bright future " 




SEARS DIRECTORS' CUP 



Since Deborah A. Yow took over the Mary- 
land athletic department reins in 1994-95, here 
is a look at how the Terps have progressed in 
the Sears Directors' Cup, the national all-sports 
ranking measuring athletic competitiveness. 



1994-95 57th 

1995-96 36th 

1996-97 32nd 



1997-98 19th 

1998-99 24th 



NATIONAL RANKINGS 



Maryland's national Top 25 rankings in 1998-99; 

Sport Highest Final 

Basketball (Men's) 2nd 5th 

Lacrosse (Men's) 5th 11th 

Lacrosse (Women's) 1st 1st 

Field Hockey 6th 6th 

Golf 6th 31st 

Gymnastics 8th 14th 

Indoor Track (Women's) 5th 13th 

Outdoor Track (Women's) 13th 25th 

Softball 12th 12th 

Soccer (Men's) 4th 11th 

Soccer (Women's) 13th — 

Swimming (Women's) 24th 24th 



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ON ACTION 



Team Result 

Basketball (Men's) NCAA Sweet 16 

Field Hockey NCAA Quarterfinals 

Golf NCAA Regionals 

Gymnastics NCAA Southeast Regional 

Lacrosse (Women's) NCAA Champion 

Soccer (Men's) NCAA Final Four 

Soccer (Women's) NCAA 2nd Round 

Softball NCAA Regionals 

Tennis (Women's) NCAA Regionals 

Terp individuals in NCAA Postseason Play 

Team NCAA Participants 

Gymnastics Gillian Cote 

Gymnastics Laura Moon 

Swimming (Men's) Kevin Burke 

Swimming (Women's) Kim Piotro 

Swimming (Women's) Sarah Solomon 

Swimming (Women's) Katy Novotny 

Swimming (Women's) Kelly Bowman 

Tennis (Women's) Lorraine Bittles 

Tennis (Women's) Meg Griffin 

Indoor Track (Women's) Candyce DeLoatch 

Wrestling Brandon York 



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Athletic Administration 

Rob Joe Dave Kathleen 

Mullens Hull Haglund worthington 




Sr. Associate a. D./ 

internal 

Operations 

Rob Mullens, who joined the Terps' 
staff as assistant athletic director for 
business in the summer of 1996, was 
elevated to associate athletic director 
for administration in January 1999 and 
to senior associate athletic director for 
internal operations in February 1999. 

Mullens assists the athletic direc- 
tor with the overall administration of 
the athletic department's internal op- 
erations in addition to assisting with the 
operation of football and men's basket- 
ball. He also oversees the supervision of 
15 sports and is responsible for over- 
seeing the business office, ticket office, 
facilities and operations, and the com- 
puter systems analyst. 

As the chief financial officer, 
Mullens is directly responsible for the 
department's $25 million annual budget. 

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

His background in athletics in- 
cludes serving as an intern for the se- 
nior associate director of athletics at 
Kentucky (1993) and as a graduate as- 
sistant to the assistant athletic direc- 
tor for business at West Virginia (1992- 
93). Prior to pursuing a career in ath- 
letics, Mullens worked for the account- 
ing firm Ernst and Young. 

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




associate a. d./ 
External 
Relations 

Joe Hull joined the University of 
Maryland athletic staff as associate ath- 
letic director for external relations in 
December 1997 following 12 years in 
various athletic fund-raising, ticketing 
and marketing capacities at North Caro- 
lina State University. 

At Maryland, Hull oversees all fund- 
raising efforts for the Terrapins' athletic 
program, including the Terrapin Club, M 
Club, Maryland Educational Foundation, 
and major gift fund-raising office. 

In addition, Hull serves as the point 
person for the university's proposed 
new arena project. His duties relevant to 
the arena process include coordinating 
the efforts to find a naming gift or spon- 
sorship, designing and managing a capi- 
tal campaign to help fund arena con- 
struction, and working with the archi- 
tects, construction manager and Mary- 
land Stadium Authority to design and 
build the arena. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park, 
he was associate director of the NC State 
Student Aid Association (Wolfpack Club), 
which raises more than $6 million annu- 
ally for athletic scholarships from its more 
than 11,000 members/contributors. The 
Wolfpack Club also was responsible for 
raising more than $50 million for the con- 
struction of a 20,000-seat sports arena. 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree 
in business 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 University in 1985. 

His wife, JoAnn, formerly served as 
an assistant attorney general for the 
state of North Carolina. They have two 
children, Josie (8) and Josiah (5). 




Associate a. D./ 

Media 

Relations 

Dave Haglund joined the Univer- 
sity of Maryland athletic staff in Janu- 
ary of 1998 following a 16-year career 
in the sports information office at 
Fresno State University. At Maryland he 
serves as the administrative head of the 
Terrapins' media relations unit, oversee- 
ing the development and implementa- 
tion of initiatives to provide publicity for 
the university's 25 varsity sports and 
more than 600 student-athletes. 

He was promoted to associate 
athletic director in February 1999 and 
assumed responsibilities as sport super- 
visor for men's and women's lacrosse 
and men's and women's swimming. 

A 1981 graduate of Oregon State 
University, Haglund began his sports in- 
formation 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 primary 
contact person for the Bulldogs' nation- 
ally ranked Division I football, basketball, 
baseball and soccer programs. Fresno 
State led the nation in attendance in 
baseball, soccer and softball and was 
among the West Coast leaders in atten- 
dance in men's basketball during his time 
at the central California school. He also 
served as information director of the 
California Bowl (1982-83) for two years. 

Haglund and his wife, Cindy, are 
the parents of two children: Samantha 
(6) and Matthew (4). 




Associate A. D./ 

internal 

Operations 

Kathleen Worthington was named 
associate athletic director for internal 
operations in May and assumed her re- 
sponsibilities in July. She comes to Mary- 
land from Morehead State University, 
where she had served as associate A.D. 
since February 1998 after spending two 
years as an assistant athletic director. 

At Maryland, Worthington is re- 
sponsible for supervision of baseball, 
volleyball, women's basketball, women's 
gymnastics, men's and women's track, 
and men's and women's cross country. 
She also oversees the sports medicine 
and strength and conditioning units in 
addition to managing ACC and NCAA 
tournaments hosted by the university. 

During her time at Morehead 
State, her primary focus was business 
operations, compliance, policy develop- 
ment, external relations and strategic 
planning. Prior to Morehead State, 
Worthington spent two years as the as- 
sistant to the AD at the University of 
Wisconsin-LaCrosse. 

She also has served as a market- 
ing and media relations specialist and 
as director of athletics and community 
youth programs for Catholic Charities, 
Eastern Region, in New York state. 

She earned her bachelor's degree 
in mass communications from the Col- 
lege of Notre Dame in Maryland in 1985. 
She earned a master's degree in public 
relations from Syracuse and a master's 
in athletics administration from Wiscon- 
sin-LaCrosse. 

She was inducted into College of 
Notre Dame's Athletic Hall of Fame in 
1997 



1999-2000 Maryland Men's Basketball 












MARYLAND 



Athletic Administration 



Curt 
Callahan 




Assistant A. D. 

Operations & 

Facilities 

Curt Callahan, a veteran member 
of the Terrapins' athletic staff, is in his 
11th season overseeing Maryland's ath- 
letic operations and facilities and his 
21st as an assistant wrestling coach. He 
was named the department's facilities 
coordinator in 1989 and was elevated 
to assistant athletic director in 1997 

As the key contact person on op- 
erations and facilities, Callahan manages 
the department's vast athletic complex, 
including Byrd Stadium and Cole Field 
House. In recent years, he played an in- 
strumental role in three major building 
projects: the upper deck addition to 
Byrd Stadium, the construction of the 
Cossett Football Team House, and the 
completion of the James H. Kehoe Track 
and Field Facility and Ludwig Soccer 
Field His game management responsi- 
bilities have included overseeing numer- 
ous NCAA lacrosse tournaments held in 
College Park. 

His tenure at the university dates 
to his undergraduate days as a wres- 
tler in the late 1960s, when he played 
an integral role in the Terps winning four 
consecutive ACC wrestling champion- 
ships Callahan was a two-time confer- 
ence champion, winning individual titles 
in 1969 and 70. He was 22-1 as a jun- 
ior, 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-Ro- 
man at 149.5 pounds. 

His wife's name is Sandy. 



Demetrius 
Marlowe 




Assistant A. D./ 

Academic Support 

& career oev. 

Demetrius Marlowe is in his third 
year as assistant athletic director for 
academic support and career develop- 
ment. Marlowe oversees and directs the 
academic support unit for all student- 
athletes, and is developing career de- 
velopment initiatives for all of 
Maryland's student-athletes as part of 
a comprehensive life-skills program. 

Marlowe came to Maryland from 
Syracuse University, where he served as 
the academic coordinator for football 
for three years. At Syracuse, he was re- 
sponsible for all academic support ser- 
vices for the football program. His du- 
ties included the development, imple- 
mentation and evaluation of pre-season 
orientations, study tables and tutorial 
services, the development and monitor- 
ing of continuing eligibility, and aca- 
demic progress toward degree pro- 
cesses. 

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 environ- 
ment which sustained a student-athlete 
graduation 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 
children: Janay Miller (12), Shay (14) and 
Samuel (3). 



Jane 
Mullens 




Assistant A. D. 
Compliance 

SWA 

Jane Mullens was named assistant 
athletic director for compliance in May 
1998 after spending the previous two 
years as the department's compliance 
coordinator. 

She serves as the department's 
senior level manager in NCAA compli- 
ance and certification matters related 
to recruiting, eligibility, financial aid and 
rules education. 

In February 1999, she was pro- 
moted to senior women's administra- 
tor. Her responsibilities were expanded 
to include the supervision of four 
sports programs: softball, field hockey 
and men's and women's tennis 

Mullens earned a bachelor's de- 
gree from Western Washington Univer- 
sity in 1992 and a master's in sport man- 
agement from University of Miami (Fla.) 
in 1994. 

She was an assistant in the com- 
pliance office at Miami in 1995 before 
being promoted to compliance coordi- 
nator in January 1996. As compliance 
coordinator for the Hurricanes, she was 
responsible for creating and implement- 
ing a rules-education program and cre- 
ating and monitoring documentation 
related to recruiting, eligibility, financial 
aid and rules education. 

She was named to a similar posi- 
tion 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, 
Maryland's senior associate athletic di- 
rector for internal operations. 



Charles 
wellford 




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Faculty 

Athletic 

Representative 

Dr. Charles F Wellford, acting as- 
sociate provost and dean of the Office 
of Continuing Education, is in his fourth 
year as the University of Maryland's fac- 
ulty athletic representative Dr. Wellford 
also serves as the director of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland Center for Applied 
Policy Studies, the Maryland Justice 
Analysis Center and is a professor of 
criminology and criminal justice 

He was elected president of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference for the 
1999-2000 academic year, and cur- 
rently chairs the University of 
Maryland's Athletic Council. He previ- 
ously served on the Athletic Council 
from 1986-89 and 1992-95. 

At the University of Maryland, Dr. 
Wellford has been involved in a variety 
of efforts. He was chair of the depart- 
ment of criminology and criminal jus- 
tice from 1981-95 and was the direc- 
tor of the office of academic comput- 
ing services from 1992-98. He is chair 
of the law and justice committee and 
the National Academy of Sciences 

He serves on numerous state and 
federal advisory boards and commis- 
sions, 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 Univer- 
sity of Maryland and his Ph.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. 



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Joyce Taylor 


Michael Lipitz 


Usaiepore 


Rich m can 


Wendy McReynolds 


Michelle Goozman 


Kurt Daniels 


Executive 


Executive 


Director of 


Director of 


Assistant Director 


Assistant Director 


Marketing 


administrative 


Assistant to the 


Personnel 


Marketing 


of Marketing 


of Marketing 


Assistant 


Assistant 


Athletic Director 


Services 











COMPLIANCE 




LisaPeterson will Daly UsaPackett 

Business Manager Assistant Systems Analyst 

Business Manager 



Phyllis Wallace Karen White loriPanko amySkarbek 

Office Supervisor Payroll Coordinator Administrative Asst. Compliance 

Assistant Coordinator 




JackZane 


Wendy Brown 


Greg Schiller 


Debbie Russell 


Eloise Jones 


Director, Ticket 


Ticket Manager 


Associate Ticket 


Assistant Ticket 


Assistant Ticket 


Operations 




Manager 


Manager 


Manager 



FACILITIES & OPERATIONS 




Gary Parker Greg Smith 

Assistant Director, Assistant Director, 

Operations & Operations & 

Facilities Facilities 



ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT INDEX 



Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow 161 

Athletic Administration 162 

Academic Support and Career Development 166 

Coaches 165 

Major Gifts and Fundraising 169 

MCiub 169 

Media Relations 178 

Sports Medicine 44 

Strength & Conditioning 170 

Terrapin Club 168 



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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

:ive Administrative Assistant 
: jtive Assistant to the Athletic Director 
Senior Assoc Athletic Director internal Operations 

Administrative Assistant 
Associate Athletic Director/ Internal Operations 
Director of Personnel Services 
ACADEMIC SUPPORT & CAREER DEVELOPMENT 
Asst AD Academic Support & Career Development 

Associate Director for Academic Support & Career Dev 

Asst Director for Academic Support & Career Dev 

Asst Director for Academic Support & Career Dev 

Academic Counselor for Academic Support & Career Dev 

Asst Acad Counselor for Academic Support & Career Dev 

Academic Support Coordinator 

Administrative Assistant 
ADVANCEMENT 
Assoc Athletic Director External Operations 

Administrative Assistant 
Director of Development 
Director of M Club 

Administrative Assistant 
Executive Director of Terrapin Club 

Assistant Director of Terrapin Club 

Gift Processor 

Development Assistant 

Administrative Assistant 
BUSINESS 
Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 

Systems Analyst 

Office Supervisor 

Payroll Coordinator 

Administrative Assistant 
COMPLIANCE 
Asst Athletic Director, Compliance/SWA 

Director of Compliance 

Assistant Compliance Coordinator 
MARKETING 
Marketing Director 

Assistant Marketing Director 

Assistant Marketing Director 

Marketing Assistant 

Administrative Assistant 
MEDIA RELATIONS 
Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations 

Associate Media Relations Director 

Assistant Media Relations Director 

Assistant Media Relations Director 

Publications Coordinator/ Asst Media Relations Dir 

Media Relations Coordinator 

Media Relations Staff Assistant 
OPERATIONS & FACILITIES 
Assistant Athletic Director/Operations & Facilities 

Assistant Director of Operations 

Assistant Director of Operations 

Administrative Assistant 
SPORTS MEDICINE 
Head Trainer 

Assistant Trainer 

Assistant Trainer 

Assistant Trainer 

Assistant Trainer 

Assistant Trainer 
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 
Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 
TICKET OFFICE 

Director of Ticket Operations 
Ticket Manager 

Associate Ticket Manager 

Assistant Ticket Manager 

Assistant Ticket Manager 



Deborah A. Yow 
Joyce Taylor 
Michael Lipitz 
Rob Mullens 
Vicki Spinelli 
Kathleen Worthington 
Lisa Lepore 

Demetrius Marlowe 
Karen Schiferl 
Heather Arianna 
Donald Pearman 
Anton Goff 
Ryan Rezzelle 
Kathy Fontaine 
Chirice Cade 

Joe Hull 
Helen Pickett 
Cheryl Harrison 
David Diehl 
Dotti Warren 
Andrew Plenn 
Julie Potter 
Wendy Wong 
Israel Gersten 
Dana Delaney 

Lisa Peterson 
Will Daly 
Lisa Packett 
Phyllis Wallace 
Karen White 
Lori Panko 

Jane Mullens 
Chad Carlton 
Amy Skarbek 

Rich McGill 
Wendy McReynolds 
Michelle Goozman 
Kurt Daniels 
Shirley Smith 

Dave Haglund 
Kevin Messenger 
Stephanie Mociun 
Chuck Walsh 
Jason Yellin 
Jennifer Mason 
David O'Brian 

Curt Callahan 
Gary Parker 
Greg Smith 
Patty Benfield 

Sandy Worth 
Brant Berkstresser 
JJ Bush 

Matthew Charvat 
Phyllis Sanders 
Bill Savior 

Dwight Gait 
Barry Kagan 
Damian Stephens 
Corliss White 

Jack Zane 
Wendy Brown 
Greg Schiller 
Eloise Jones 
Debbie Russell 



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314-7075 
314-7171 
314-7046 
314-8678 
314-7078 
314-1967 

314-7040 
314-/039 
314-7037 
314-7042 
314-7038 
314-9291 
314-9662 
314-7043 

314-7035 
314-7035 
405-0729 
314-5372 
314-7020 
314-7019 
314-7077 
314-7032 
314-8626 
314-7020 

314-7048 
405-0572 
314-7049 
314-7050 
314-9532 
314-9214 

314-7258 
314-8325 
314-7081 

314-7072 
314-5252 
314-7071 
314-1517 
314-7072 

314-7064 
314-7066 
314-7063 
314-7065 
314-7062 
314-7064 
314-7068 

314-7126 
314-7127 
314-7128 
314-7126 

314-9905 
314-9906 
314-7132 
314-9901 
314-7137 
314-7113 

314-9927 
314-9927 
314-9927 
314-9927 

314-7083 
405-9273 
314-7093 
314-7084 
314-7085 



Baseball 

Tom Bradley, Head Coach 314-7122 

Women's Basketball 

Chris Weller, Head Coach 314-1747 

Men's & Women's Cross Country 

Dan Rmcon 314-7457 

Field Hockey 

Missy Meharg, Head Coach 314-7006 

Football 

Ron Vanderlinden, Head Coach 314-7096 
Men's Golf 

Tom Hanna, Head Coach 403-8157 

Women's Golf 

Jason Rodenhaver, Head Coach 403-4181 
Gymnastics 

Bob Nelligan. Head Coach 314-7007 

Men's Lacrosse 

Dick Edell, Head Coach 314-7117 



Women's Lacrosse 

Cindy Timchal, Head Coach 514-4273 

Men's Soccer 

Sasho Cirovski. Head Coach 314-4161 

Women's Soccer 

Shannon Cirovski. Head Coach 314-7034 
Softball 

Gma 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 




Tom Bradley 
Baseball 



Sasho Cirovski 
Men's Soccer 



Shannon Cirovski 
Women's Soccer 



Dick Edell 
Men's Lacrosse 




Cina LaMandre 
Softball 



Missy Meharg John McHugh 

Field Hockey Wrestling 



Bob Nelligan 
Gymnastics 




Dan Rincon 
Cross Country 



Jason Rodenhaver Cindy Timchal Ron Vanderlinden 
Women's Golf Women's Lacrosse Football 




Chris Weller 
Women's Basketball 



Jim Wenhold 
Swimming 



Gary Williams 
Men's Basketball 



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Academic Support 



The University of Maryland considers intercol- 
legiate athletics an integral part of the collegiate ex- 
perience. Its existence provides an opportunity for 
students, faculty, alumni and students to share in the 
life of intercollegiate athletics. 

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

The mission of the Academic Support and Ca- 
reer Development Unit, headed by assistant athletic 
director Demetrius Marlowe, is to provide quality de- 
velopmental programs and need-based services that 
enhance the academic progress, facilitate the career 
development, and encourage the psychosocial 
growth of every student-athlete. 

The recently remodeled Cossett Academic Sup- 
port and Career Development Center for Terrapin 
Student-Athletes, named for long-time Terp support- 
ers Barry and Mary Cossett, 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 academic support coor- 
dinator, and two graduate assistants. In addition, an 
academic counselor and an auxiliary computer lab are 
housed in the Cossett Football Team House at Byrd 
Stadium, 

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




Men's basketball academic counselor Anton Coff working with Lonny Baxter. 




Coff working with Matt Hahn. 



• 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 

• Peer mentor program 

• Career development program 



MAPS 

Directory 

This direc- 
tory, the Maryland 
Athletes Place- 
ment Source, is 
produced annually 
by the Depart- 
ment of Intercolle- 
giate Athletics. It is 
intended to assist 
graduating Terra- 
pin student-ath- 
letes as they begin 
their professional 
careers. 

Distributed 
to more than 
1,000 corpora- 
tions and busi- 



nesses around the region, prospective employers are 
introduced to our graduating student-athletes with 
resume information relative to academic, career and 
personal achievements. 

Terp Choices 

Terp Choices is a program designed to guide stu- 
dent-athletes by orienting, supporting and increasing 
awareness of the relevant issues pertaining to stu- 
dent-athjetes in today's world. The focus of the pro- 
gram is making personal choices and how they may 
affect an entire team, not just a single individual. Edu- 
cation and interactive workshops are presented to the 
athletic team and are led by student educators. 

The Mentorship Program 

The Terrapin Career Mentorship program in- 
volves an alumni-based group of individuals who are 
interested in working with graduating student-ath- 
letes. The mentors aid students through the process 
of making the transition from college to the work 
world. Attempts are made to match the individual stu- 
dent-athlete with a mentor from the same field of 
interest. Mentors are asked to assist the student-ath- 
lete in preparing the necessary tools to make him or 
her a more competitive job seeker. 

internship Program 

The Internship Program is offered every spring 
to student-athletes who have earned 40 and 80 cred- 
its. The goal is to secure local summer internships for 
all interested student-athletes in an appropriate field 
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Career information Fairs 

Career Awareness in Academic Support is expand- 
ing to include a variety of programs for student-ath- 
letes throughout the semester. Career awareness is 
an ongoing process and includes assistance with re- 
sume writing and interview skills. The end of the se- 
mester brings a career awareness fair which hosts a 
number of professionals with whom student-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 op- 
portunities by speaking directly to individuals in their 
chosen area of interest. 





Demetrius 

Marlowe 

Assistant A.D. 



Karen Sehiferl 

associate 

Director 




Heather Arianna Donald Pearman 
Asst. Director Asst. Director 




Anton Coff RyanRezzelle 

Academic Counselor Asst Acod. counselor 





/Catherine Fontaine Chirice Cade 
ASU Coordinator Admin. Assistant 



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Student-Athlete Advisory 
Council 

The Student-Athlete Advisory Council consists of 
representatives from each varsity sport and meets on 
a regular basis with representatives from the athletic 
administration The main purpose of the council is to 
provide the student-athletes and administration a fo- 
rum for dialogue. The most important function is to 
express issues and concerns of the student-athlete 
population and to have the administration address 
these issues in the best way possible. Discussions be- 
tween the student-athletes and the administration are 
vital to the success of the council and the athletic de- 
partment. 




A R Y L A N D 

SupportStaff 

Anton Coff, an assistant director in the Academic 
Support and Career Development Unit, is in his second 
season as the academic counselor for the men's bas- 
ketball team. Previously, Coff was an academic coun- 
selor for football and men's basketball at Kent State 
University from 1995-98. 

Coff received his bachelor's degree in adminis- 
tration of justice from Virginia Commonwealth in 1991 
and his master's from VCU in the same area in 1994 
He is currently pursuing his doctorate in education ad- 
ministration with a minor in sports administration He 
serves as the advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory 
Council and coordinates all of the community service 
efforts for the Department of Athletics 



UNDERCRADU 


ATE PROCRA 


MS OF S T U D Y | 


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL 


Government and Politics 


Environmental Science and Policy 


RESOURCES 


Hearing and Speech Sciences 


Fire Protection Engineering 


Agricultural and Resource Economics 


Psychology 


Materials and Nuclear Engineering 


Agriculture/ Veterinary Icombined) 


Sociology 


Mechanical Engineering 


Animal Sciences 






Biological Resources Engineering 


THE ROBERT H. SMITH SCHOOL OF BUSI- 


COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFOR- 


Conservation of Soil. Water, and Environ- 


NESS 


MANCE 


ment 


Accounting 


Family Studies 


Crop Science 


Business/Law 


Health Education 


Dietetics 


Finance 


Kinesiological Sciences 


Environmental Science and Policy 


General Business and Management 


Kinesiology 


Food Science 


Logistics and Transportation 




General Agricultural Sciences 


Management and Organization 


COLLEGE OF JOURNAUSM 


Horticulture 


Management Science and Statistics 




Landscape Architecture 


Marketing 


COLLEGE OF UFE SCIENCES 


Natural Resources Management 


Personnel and Labor Relations 


Biochemistry 


Nutritional Science 


Production Management 


Biological Sciences 


Turf and Urban Agronomy 


Transportation, Business and Public Policy 


Biology 

Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics 


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 


COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL, 
AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 


Environmental Science and Policy 


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES 


Astronomy 


UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 


American Studies 


Computer Engineering 


College Park Scholars 


Art 


Computer Science 


Division of Letters and Sciences 


Art History and Archaeology 


Environmental Science and Policy 


Individual Studies Program 


Chinese 


Geology 


Law and Health Professions 


Classics 


Mathematics 


Pre-Dental Hygiene 


Dance 


Physical Sciences 


Pre-Dentistry 


English Language and Literature 


Physics 


Pre-Law 


French Language and Literature 




Pre-Medical Technology 


Germanic Studies 


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 


Pre-Medicine 


History 


Early Childhood Education 


Pre-Nursing 


Italian Language and Literature 


Elementary Education 


Pre-Optometry 


Japanese 


Secondary Education 


Pre-Osteopathic Medicine 


Jewish Studies 


Art 


Pre-Pharmacy 


Linguistics 


English 


Pre-Physical Therapy 


Music/Music Performance 


Foreign Language 


Pre-Podiatnc Medicine 


Philosophy 


Mathematics 


Pre-Vetennary Medicine 


Romance Languages 


Music 


University Honors Program 


Russian Area Studies 


Science 


Gemstone 


Russian Language and Literature 


Social Studies 


Honors Humanities 


Spanish Language and Literature 


Speech and English 




Speech Communication 


Theatre and English 


CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 


Theatre 


Special Education 


Afro-American Studies 


Women's Studies 




East Asian Studies 




A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF 


Latin-American Studies 


COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCI- 


ENGINEERING 


Science, Technology, and Society 


ENCES 


Aerospace Engineering 


Women's Studies 


Afro-American Studies 


Biological Resources Engineering 




Anthropology 


Chemical Engineering 


MULTI-COLLEGE PROGRAMS 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


Civil Engineering 


Computer Engineering (CMPS, ENGR) 


Economics 


Computer Engineering 


Environmental Science and Policy 


Environmental Science and Policy 


Electrical Engineering 




Geography 


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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 stu- 
dent-athletes, scholarships are the 
only means available to continue 
their education; for others, schol- 
arships provide the opportunity to 
compete at the highest level of ath- 
letic competition in America's pre- 
mier conference, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

With nearly 600 student-ath- 
letes, 400 of whom benefit from 
scholarship support, the scholarship 
bill for the coming year is approximately $4.5 million. 
For the fiscal year that ended June 30, 1999, the 
Terrapin Club contributed approximately $2.9 million 
toward scholarships. 



MANAGING BOARD 





R. Calvert steuart 
Terrapin Club 
President 

Erwin Raffel, President-Elect 

Robert Baker, First Vice President 

John Llewellyn, Second Vice President 

Renaldo Nehemiah, Secretary 

Todd Schoenberger, Treasurer 

Lance Billingsley, Past President 

Bryan Borda 

Sasho Cirovski 

Henry Elsnic 

Sam Frank 

Edwin R. Fry 

Robert Gonzales 

Larry Grabenstein 

Ward Griffith 

John Haas 

Carole Harris 

Sara Klompus 

Hugh Mallon 

JoAnn Marcario 

Keith Neff 

Deborah Potter 

Scott Werber 



How Much Should I 
Contribute? 

As a Terrapin Club member, you can contribute 
the minimum of $125 or any higher amount. Your ben- 
efits of membership, however, do vary depending on 
your level and amount of contribution. The Terrapin 
Club is composed of seven levels of membership, rang- 
ing from the Top Terp level, where members contrib- 
ute at least $10,000 per year, to the Silver level, where 
members contribute $125 per year 

What Benefits Do I Receive 
for Being a Member? 

Members of the Terrapin Club directly assist the 
university in providing athletic scholarships. In addi- 
tion, 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 bas- 
ketball season tickets. 

What Methods of 
Contributing are Available? 

Direct gifts are the most common way of con- 
tributing. 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 

The University of Maryland Foundation (the de- 



pository for scholarship money) qualifies for most 
charitable matching gift programs. Please contact 
your employer to see if you are eligible for a match- 
ing gift program. 

is My Donation Tax 
Deductible? 

Current federal income tax laws al- 
low a charitable deduction of 80 percent 
of a contribution to an educational in- 
stitution, when the result of such a con- 
tribution is seating rights for athletic 
events. Please consult your individual tax 
advisor for additional information 

How is My Seat Loca- 
tion Determined? 

Ticket assignments for football and bas- 
ketball and all special events (the ACC Tourna- 
ment, bowl games, etc.) are based on a point 
system designed to reward loyalty and total dol- 
lar contributions. Terpoints also are awarded for con- 
secutive years of participation and referrals of new 
members. 

Still Have Questions? 

Call the Terrapin Club at (301 ) 314-7020 or (800) 
653-7667, or refer to our web site at www.umd.edu/ 
terrapinclub. 



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Director assistant Director 




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Maryland Educational Foundation 
'Endowments for the Future' 

The primary mission of the Maryland Educational Foundation (MEF) is to pro- 
vide scholarship endowment funds in support of the athletic department's annual 
athletic scholarship expenses By supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, 
donors ensure 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 
permanently funding many of the university's scholarships now being awarded. 

What is an endowment 7 An endowment is a gift in which the principal is held 
in perpetuity, 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, charitable remain- 
der trusts, charitable gift annuities, wills and bequests. An endowment gift is truly 
a significant investment in the future of Maryland athletics. Contact Cheryl Harrison 
at (301 1 314-7020 if you would like more information 



MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION INC. 




Chairman 


Barry P. Cossett 






Vice-chairman 


Jack Scarbath 






Secretary/ Treasurer 


Frank Shull III 






Interim Executive Director 


Joe Hull 






Board of Governors 




Jonathan Claiborne 


Chet Hanulak 


Leonard Mathias 


Jack Scarbath 


Dr. John Dennis 


Carole Harris 


John Miller 


Logan Schutz 


Larry Doll 


John 1. Heise 


Wilson Phipps 


Frank Shull III 


Thomas Fields 


Dr. Palmer Hopkins 


Dr Erv Raff el 


Robert £ Weiss 


Fred Frederick 


Arthur Kramer 


Richard Reed 


Wallace £ Whitmore 


Barry P. Cossett 


Thomas Marcos 


John Rymer 


Deborah A. Yow 



Major Gifts 
'Building on a Winning Tradition' 

The continued excellence of the University of Maryland athletics pro- 
gram is greatly enhanced by the support it receives through private gifts 
beyond the annual Terrapin Club contributions. Cash gifts for capital projects 
truly distinguish any great institution's athletic pro- 
gram, 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. Quality ath- 
letic facilities attract top-notch student-athletes to 
our university, and they attract alumni and friends 
back to campus to enjoy Maryland Terrapins inter- 
collegiate athletic competition 

The primary focus of the Major Gifts program 
is to refurbish existing facilities and build new ones. 
Our most significant project at this time is the pro- 
posed new arena. We cur- 
rently have many excel- 
lent naming opportuni- 
ties available. If you have an interest in a naming 
opportunity, or in making a major gift in support 
of Maryland athletics, please call Cheryl Harrison 
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 Mary- 
land. 




Cheryl Harrison 

Director, 
Development- 
Major Gifts 



The M Club 

A 76-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 letterwmner clubs in the country 
with an organization of more than 4,000 former Mary- 
land varsity athletes. 

The M Club goals are to help achieve the very 
best overall academic and athletic program for the 
25 varsity teams, to aid the athletes in making posi- 



MCLUB STAFF 




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David Diehl 
Executive Director 



Dotti Warren 

Administrative 

Assistant 



tive contributions to the community, to obtain and 
maintain funds for awards and scholarships and to cul- 
tivate social contact and good sportsmanship among 
the wearers of the M " 

Membership participation, through the payment 
of annual dues, helps build the scholarship endowment 
fund and support student-athletes' awards and rec- 
ognition efforts. Members receive the monthly ath- 
letic department publication (TerpTalk) for informa- 
tion about the current teams and news about your 
former teammates 

In addition, active members receive information 
about, and discounts for, various M Club activities. 
Many benefits are intangible though, including the sat- 
isfaction of having lettered at a great university and 
being a part of a unique and exclusive organization. 
Stay involved with Maryland athletics. 

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

Remember the M Club, "Athletes Helping Ath- 
letes." 



M CLUB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 




Laura LeMire, M Club President 
Steve Hayleck, President-Elect 

Lisa Gibson. Vice President 

Al Naylor, Assistant Secratary 

Marshall Fesche. Treasurer 

Phil Calder, Assistant Treasurer 

Bryan Borda. Executive Committee 

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 



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Strength and Conditioning 



In the highly competitive world of collegiate 
basketball, the off-court preparation of the bas- 
ketball athlete is a critical component in the on- 
court success of any Division I program. Kurtis 
Shultz, Maryland's strength and conditioning coach 
for men's basketball, believes strongly that a solid 
off-court training program can dramatically im- 
prove levels of performance, as well as significantly 
reduce the chance of injury. The benefit of per- 
forming structured strength and power training 
throughout the entire year has allowed the Terps 
to reach new levels in physical development and in 
turn has resulted in great success on the basket- 
ball court. 

Shultz's philosophy consists of allowing the 
players to gain strength, speed and change of di- 
rection capabilities through drills that are basket- 
ball oriented. He believes that the team must be 
prepared to run and play the up-tempo style of 
basketball that is Gary Williams' trademark. Shultz 
trains the team so that it will be able to run Will- 
iams' style. 

The members of the men's basketball team 
have the use of a fully equipped weight training 
facility located adjacent to its locker room in Cole 
Field House. The conveniently located facility has 





Kurtis Shultz working with Mike Mardesich. 

a complete line of free weight equipment as well 
as a full line of Cybex selectorized machines. The 
strength staff utilizes this facility specifically dur- 
ing the season as basketball team members are 
personally trained after practice. Since the end 
of the 1998-99 season, the facility has been up- 
graded through the addition of new cardiovascu- 
lar equipment and state-of-the-art lifting mate- 
rials. 




Kurtis Shultz 

Former University 
of Maryland men's bas- 
ketball team captain 
Kurtis Shultz is in his 
first season as the 
strength and condition- 
ing coach for the men's 
basketball team. Shultz 
comes to Maryland 
from Loyola College (Md.) where he had worked 
the last four years. At Loyola he instituted a 
strenuous off-season kick-boxing program as a 
supplement to the school's overall strength and 
conditioning program. 

Shultz played in 67 games from 1992-95 for 
the Terps and was a member of two NCAA Tour- 
nament teams. He was a member of Maryland's 
1994 and 1995 teams which advanced to the 
"Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament. He was a 
forward on the Terps' basketball team after play- 
ing two years at DeMatha High School under the 
legendary Morgan Wootten. He also played tight 
end and defensive back for the Stags' football 
team. 

He has also established a thriving personal 
training, body-building and self-defense business 
in the Baltimore area. Shultz has been an avid 
weightlifter and body builder since his pre-col- 
lege days. Shultz also worked with the Baltimore 
Thunder of the National Lacrosse League and cur- 
rently works with the Baltimore Ravens of the 
NFL. 



Earl Badu giving Terence Morris support during 
weight training. 




Lonny Baxter working with Kurtis Shultz. 



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Maryland Cheerleaders 



Cheerleading is one of the most visible and ex- 
citing programs at the University of Maryland. Dem- 
onstrating their tremendous skills and athleticism, the 
Terrapin cheerleaders keep the crowd amazed with 
their astonishing stunts, pyramids, tumbling routines 
and jumping abilities. Most important, with their spirit 
and effervescence the cheerleaders help to ignite en- 
thusiasm and excitement among the Terrapin faith- 
ful. 

The Terrapin cheerleading team consists of two 
varsity squads: coed and all-female. There are nearly 
35 total members comprising the team. During the 
fall the cheerleaders support the Terp football team 
at all 11 games during the season. The cheerleaders 
proudly support both the men's and women's basket- 
ball teams during the winter months at every home 
game and at all games in the ACC and NCAA tourna- 
ments During the spring, the squads practice for and 
compete in the national championships. 

The coed squad has been a part of the Mary- 
land tradition for a countless number of years. They 
have represented the Maryland tradition proudly to 
fans far and wide. 

In addition to supporting the many Maryland ath- 
letes, they have compiled an impressive list of acco- 
lades for themselves. They placed in the top 10 at 
the 1995 and 1996 Division I national championships. 

In only its fourth year of existence, the all-fe- 
male squad is a new addition to the cheerleading fam- 
ily. Though the squad has only been in existence since 
1996 it has already earned a number of outstanding 
honors. During only its third year of existence in 1998, 
the team placed ninth in its first-ever appearance in 
the Division I national championship meet. In 1999, 
the team won the national championship. 




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Cole Field House 



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Over the years, Cole Field House has played a sub- 
stantial role in college basketball history Twice the Fi- 
nal Four has been held there, and twice it has been a 
site for the opening two rounds of the NCAA basket- 
ball tournament. Cole is the only on-campus arena to 
play host to multiple Final Fours. Over the years, as 
the Atlantic Coast Conference 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's flagship university and an impor- 
tant 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 New 
York's Power Memorial 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 weeknight or weekend afternoon 
during the cold of the winter, the Terrapins and their 
spirited fans get the place rocking, and there's no bet- 
ter 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 go- 
ing, top-ranked teams have found Cole Field House a 
particularly unfriendly place. Driesell served notice that 
Maryland would prove an 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 an- 
other memorable upset. This list goes on and on. UCLA 
in 1982, Virginia in '83, and Carolina in '95 and again in 
1998. 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 38 of the 44 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 nine times in his 
ten seasons. 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 his- 
tory that had happened. 

Overall, Maryland is 444-147 at Cole, including a 
nearly unbeaten 13-1 record at home last season, for 



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a winning percentage above .751 

Appropriately, the Terps opened their 1955-56 
season with a victory over neighboring rival Virginia in 
the building's dedication 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 rail- 
ings ring the court. 

Nowadays, capacity is listed as 14,500, although 
that doesn't include the 96 courtside seats installed 
before the 1993-94 season. The largest recorded crowd 
(15,827) was on hand for the Maryland-North Carolina 
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 wit- 
ness the grand send-off. The fire marshal must have 
been on vacation. Or maybe he was there at the game. 
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 histori- 
cally significant. 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 com- 






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petitive 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 atten- 
tion for his winning program at DeMatha High School, 
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 Memorial 
of New York City, which featured Alcmdor. After prac- 
ticing 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 Capi- 
tal Classic high school all-star basketball game each 
spring, and the Capital Bullets, who later became the 
Washington Wizards, played their NBA games at Cole 
while waiting for the completion of the Capital Cen- 
tre 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. 




Season 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 

1962-63 

1965-64 

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 

1998-99 

44 Years 



10 
7 



4 

5 

5 

9 

7 

5 

7 

4 

10 

11 

14 

12 

12 

12 

13 

15 

10 

12 

16 

12 

13 

14 

13 

14 

10 



5 
12 
11 
10 

8 
10 
16 
11 
11 
12 
13 
Won 
444 



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

1 
1 
2 
2 
4 
4 
4 

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

3 
3 
2 
1 
Lost 
147 



Avg. Art 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

5,833 

8,592 

9,540 

8,249 

7,101 

6,650 

9,900 

12,056 

13,166 

13,294 

12,012 

13,427 

13,110 

12,645 

12,334 

11,196 

10,050 

12,132 

9,830 

10,144 

11,337 

12,458 

11,447 

8,816 

12,127 

9,198 

10,300 

9,820 

9,563 

11,681 

13,644 

13,814 

13,324 

13,059 

13,377 

14,455 

Pet. 

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MARYLAND 



History Of Cole Field House 



1 955 Cole Field House dedicated at a cost of $3.3 
million. Maryland defeats Virginia, 67-55, on Dec. 2 in 
the first game in the new facility. 

1 958 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence champions. 

1966 Cole plays host to the NCAA Final Four. In 
the semifinals, Kentucky defeats Duke and Texas West- 
ern (now Texas-El Paso) defeats Utah. Texas-El Paso 
then defeats Kentucky in one of the most memorable 
championship games in history. 

1 970 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 half time, Maryland needed a 
lay-up from Jim O'Brien to tie the game with five sec- 
onds to go in regulation and an 11-foot jumper from 
O'Brien to win the game with four seconds remaining 
in overtime. 

1 972 Cole is home to the National Invitation Tour- 
nament champions - the Maryland Terrapins. 

1 972 The Cole Field House attendance record of 
15,287 was set as Maryland played host to North Caro- 
lina 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. 

1 975 The Cole Field House home average atten- 
dance record of 13,427 is set. The Terps played 14 
home games in front of 187, 971 Terp faithful. 

1 979 On Super Bowl Sunday, Larry Gibson sank a 
free throw with one second on the clock to boost the 
Terps past No. 1 Notre Dame, 67-66, on Jan. 27, 1979. 
Gibson scored 11 points that day while Ernest Graham 
scored 28 and Buck Williams grabbed 15 rebounds. 

1979 Greg Manning sinks an eight-foot jumper 
with three seconds remaining in regulation to give 
Maryland a 70-68 victory over Duke on Jan. 16, 1979. 
The Blue Devils had entered the season ranked No. 1 
in the country and were ranked among the top 10 on 
the day of the game. 

1 984 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence champion Maryland Terrapins. 




The awards presenta- 
tion following the 1966 
championship game 
when Texas Western 
defeated Kentucky in a 
historic game. 



A look at Cole when it 
first opened in 1955. 



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 Carolina, 
82-80, on a last-second tip-in by All-American 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 atten- 
dance 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 per- 
fect 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 regular season stand- 



ings and virtually assures the Terps of an NCAA Tour- 
nament bid. 

1995 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 86- 
73, on Feb. 7, in front of a sellout crowd and a na- 
tional television audience. 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 Stackhouse 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 400 B1 victory in Cole Field House by a 
Maryland team. 

1 998 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 89- 
83 in overtime, as Laron Profit scores 19 points over- 
all and six points during the overtime period. It marks 
the second time in three years that the Terps defeated 
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1962 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Wake Fores: 96. Sr Josephs (Pa.) 85 

Villanova 79. New York Univ. 76 
Championship: Wake Forest 79. Villanova 69 
Third Place: New York Univ. 94. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 85 

1963 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Duke 81, New York Univ. 76 

St Joseph's (Pa.) 97. West Virginia 88 
Championship: Duke 73. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 69 
Third Place: West Virginia 83, New York Univ. 73 

1965 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Princeton 66. North Carolina 48 

Providence 81, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 73 (OT) 
Championship: Princeton 109, Providence 69 
Third Place: North Carolina 83, St Joseph's (Pa.) 81 

1966FinalFour 

National Semifinals: Kentucky 83, Duke 79 

Texas Western 85. Utah 78 
National Championship: Texas Western 85, Kentucky 65 
Third Place: Duke 79. Utah 77 

1967 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: North Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (OT) 

Boston College 63. St. John's 62 
Championship: North Carolina 96. Boston College 80 
Third Place: Princeton 78, St. John's 58 

1968 First Round 

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

1969 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: North Carolina 79. Duquesne 78 

Davidson 79. St. John's 69 
Championship: North Carolina 87. Davidson 85 
Third Place: Duquesne 75, St. John's 72 

1 970l*ial Four 

National Semifinals: Jacksonville 94. St. Bonaventure83 

UCLA 93. New Mexico State 77 
National Championship: UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 
Third Place: New Mexico State 79, St. Bonaventure 73 

1977 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Kentucky 93, Virginia Military 78 

North Carolina 79, Notre Dame 77 
Championship: North Carolina 79, Kentucky 72 

1991 Eastern Regional 

First Round: Oklahoma State 67, New Mexico 54 

NC State 1 14. Southern Mississippi 85 

Temple 80, Purdue 63 

Richmond 73. Syracuse 69 
Second Round: Oklahoma State 73, NC State 64 

Temple 77, Richmond 64 



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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 


1998-99 


14 


202,365 


14,455 


1998-99 


34 


473,626 


13,930 


Attendance records prior to 1963 are incomplete 














Cole Field House Milestones 




Dedicated 




December 2, 


1955 










Capacity: 




14,500 (Courtside Seats: 96) 








First Game 


I- 


December 2, 


1955 








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First Win: 




December 2, 


1955 


Maryland 67, Virginia 


55 




First Loss: 




December 15 


1955 


Kentucky 62, Maryland 61 




100th Game: 


December 18 


,1964 


Maryland 82, Wake Forest 64 




200th Game: 


January 23, 1973 


Maryland 100, Long Island 73 




300th Game: 


February 23, 1980 


Maryland 82, Virginia 71 




400th Game: 


January 10, 1987 


Virginia 71, Maryland 64 




500th Game: 


December 2, 


1993 


Maryland 89, UMBC 80 




100th Victory: 
200th Victory: 


February 25, 1970 


Maryland 83, West Virginia 76 
Maryland 91, Western Kentucky 78 




December 28 


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300th Victory: 


November 23 


,1985 


Maryland 84, Northeastern 72 




400th Vict 


:ory: 


December 23 


,1995 


Maryland 104, American 79 











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Terps On The Air 



All of Maryland's games this season - home and 
away — will be heard live on the Maryland Radio Net- 
work. 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 sig- 
nals 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 Chris Knoche. 

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

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 


WMDM-FM 


Lexington Park 


97.7 


WMSG-AM 


Oakland 


1050 


WDMV-AM 


Pocomoke City 


540 


WINX-AM 


Rockville 


1600 


WTCM-FM 


Salisbury 


960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



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 Tour- 
nament games and will call his 20th ACC Tournament 
this season. 

Holliday, now in his 21st year as the "Voice of the 
Terps," is considered one of the finest play-by-play an- 
nouncers 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 du- 
ties within the athletic department, ranging from ban- 
quets, to alumni functions, to Terrapin Club and M Club 
functions and golf outings. 

His long list of credits includes ABC's coverage 
of the 1996 Summer Olympics and the Winter and 
Summer Olympics in 1984, 1988 and 1994. In addi- 
tion, he has covered championship boxing, the Mas- 
ters, the USFL Came of the Week, and the Liberty 
and Aloha bowls. 

Holliday's announcing career allows him to lay 
claim as 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 dur- 
ing 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 tele- 
vision for the Senators and Bullets, Holliday makes a 
complicated business look easy. 




Johnny Holliday (left! and Chris Knoche 

He brings that ease to the Maryland coach's tele- 
vision shows on Home Team Sports, the region's pre- 
mier sports channel. He also does special events for 
HTS that include baseball, tennis, basketball and track 
and field. He is among the pioneer broadcasters for 
the sport of women's basketball, earning a Distin- 
guished Service Award from ACC women's basketball 
officials for his work on that league's women's bas- 
ketball telecasts. 

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

In addition to his broadcasting accomplishments, 
he also has been extremely successful raising money 
for charity. Washingtonian magazine honored him as 
a Washingtonian of the Year for his many civic activi- 
ties. His basketball and sof tball teams, the Radio Won- 
ders, have raised more than $1 million for charity. He 
is involved in Special Olympics, Catholic Charities, Op- 
eration Smile, and the Boy Scouts of America. He has 
served as television host for the Easter Seals, Muscu- 
lar Dystrophy, March of Dimes and Leukemia telethons. 

A year ago he was honored by the Greater Wash- 
ington, D.C. Chapter of Operation Smile with its 1998 
Smile Award for his outstanding service to the com- 
munity. In 1995, he was the recipient of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland "M Club" Distinguished Citizen Award. 
He is an honorary member of the university's chapter 
of Omicron Delta Kappa. 

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



Chris Knoche — Color Analyst 

Chris Knoche, a former player and head coach 
at American University who has worked in radio and 
television for the past two years, will begin his first 
season as the color analyst for the Terp men's bas- 
ketball radio broadcasts in 1999-2000. 

Knoche, 42, replaces Greg Manning, who was 
named athletic director at Georgia State University 
after 13 seasons on the Maryland radio broadcast 
team. 

"We're pleased to add someone of Chris Knoche's 
impressive background to our radio broadcast team," 
said athletic director Deborah A. Yow. "His experience 
as a player and coach at the collegiate level, coupled 
with his enthusiasm for the game and for Maryland 
basketball, will serve him and our department well. I 
think he is an ideal fit for our broadcast crew." 

Knoche spent 17 seasons at American, playing 
the 1979-80 and '80-81 seasons under current Terp 
coach Gary Williams before moving into an assistant 
coaching position and later serving seven seasons 
(1991-97) as the Eagles' head coach. He has worked 
40-50 games each of the past two seasons as a color 
commentator, including stints on the Ivy League Game 
of the Week television package and the Big Ten Game 
of the Week on Westwood One/CBS Radio. He also 
has worked telecasts for ESPN and HTS in addition to 
doing radio and television analysis for George Mason 
University games. 

"Chris Knoche brings an outstanding background 
as a player, coach and fan to our basketball broadcasts," 
said Williams, the Terps' 11th-year head coach. "Being 
able to work with Johnny Holliday, Chris provides the 
opportunity for Maryland fans to listen to someone 
who has very good experience as a color commenta- 
tor. More important, he is someone who has a great 
feel for the game of basketball. I have known Chris as a 
player and a coach for more than 20 years. He is an 
exciting addition to our basketball program " 




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Media information 




Men's Basketball Contact 

Chuck Walsh 

Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations 

Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, MD 20742-0295 

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

Important Telephone Numbers 
(501) 314-7065 - Walsh's Office Phone 
(301) 890-9671 - Walsh's Home Phone 
(301) 314-7064 - Media Relations Office 
(301) 314-9094 - Media Relations FAX 
(301) 314-8624 - Cole Field House Press Row 
(301) 314-TERP - Terrapin Fan Phone 
Athletics Web Site - www.umterps.com 

Welcome To Mary Ian a 

Maryland basketball is one of the top overall pro- 
grams in the nation. Head coach Gary 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 Mary- 
land. We hope that you enjoy your visit and that we will 
see you along the college basketball road again. 




Before Your Visit 

Came credentials are issued to accredited mem- 
bers of the media only. Working space in the press area 
of Cole is limited and seats are expressly reserved for 
those working on deadline, with no exceptions Children 
and other non-workers are not allowed in the press area. 
Credentials should be ordered at least one week before 
each game and are issued through the 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 convenient 
for you to FAX your request, you are welcome to do so. 
The FAX number in the Media Relations Office is (301) 
314-9094. These requests are accepted from Sports 
Editors and Sports Directors only. The credential requests 
should be sent so that they reach the Media Relations 
Office at least one week prior to the desired games. They 
are carefully screened to insure good working conditions 
in the press area. When time permits, a working press 
pass and a parking pass will be mailed. When this is not 
possible, they will be left at the Press Will Call entrance 
at the back door of Cole. The back door of Cole directly 
faces Byrd Stadium. 

Photographers, too, should make their credential 
requests at least one week in advance. Credential re- 
quests for photography passes are welcome. Photogra- 
phers should note that the Cole Field House lights are 
color balanced for daylight. An exposure setting of / 
250 at f2.8 has been found to work well with ASA 400 
film and normal processing. Strobe lights may be installed 
in Cole; but arrangements must be made though the 
Media Relations Office two weeks in advance. Space for 
strobe lights is available on a first come, first served ba- 
sis. 

Came Day Press Parking is located on the Byrd Sta- 
dium promenade, under the Tyser Tower press box. The 
promenade is best accessed from the Stadium Drive en- 
trance to campus. Access is via press parking pass only 
and is available on an extremely limited basis. 

Media work Room 

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

The room opens well before game time and media 
representatives are welcome to make themselves com- 
fortable Food service is available to the media in the 
press room as a pre-game meal is served buffet style. A 
half-time and post-game beverage service is also avail- 
able. The pre-game buffet is available 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. 





MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 



Dave Haglund 

Associate Athletic Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7064 

Home: 301-879-2518 

E-Mail: haglund@wam.umd.edu 



Kevin Messenger 

Associate Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7066 

Home: 301-474-9555 

E-Mail: kmess@wam.umd.edu 

Stephanie Mociun 

Assistant Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7063 

Home: 301-847-1398 

E-Mail: smociun@wam.umd.edu 

Chuck Walsh 

Assistant Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7065 

Home: 301-890-9671 

E-Mail: walsh@wam.umd.edu 

Jason Yell in 

Publications Coordinator/ 

Assistant Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7062 

Home: 301-464-9355 

E-Mail: jyellin@wam.umd.edu 

Jennifer Mason 

Media Relations Coordinator 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7064 

Home: 301-776-1702 

E-Mail: jamason@wam.umd.edu 

David O Brian 

Staff Assistant 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7068 

Home: 301-209-9295 

E-Mail: dobrian@wam.umd.edu 







Student Assistants 

Kevin Foley, Mark Fratto, Dan Rosso, Meredith 
Traber, Cherise Rhyns, Jason Zhang, Doug Drabik 




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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. Admis- 
sion to the court and the photo boxes is by photo pass 
only Photographers, both still and electronic must shoot 
from the baselines at the Northwest (Maryland bench end/ 
directly in front of press seating) and Southeast (visiting 
bench) corners of the court. Photographer's floor access 
is governed by Atlantic Coast Conference policy. Please 
note that only game photographers no runners, assistants 
or producers will have access to the photography areas. 
Photographers are also welcome to shoot from the photo 
deck on the west side of Cole. Access to the photo deck is 
from the concourse level opposite the team benches. 
Photographer positions are at the complete discretion of 
the basketball game officials and the Media Relations Of- 
fice AT ALL TIMES Failure to comply with their directions 
will result in expulsion for the arena. 

in-Season interview Policies 

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. 

The Media Relations Office is located on the main 
level of Cole Field House in room 1112. The phone number 
is (301) 314-7065 and the FAX number is (301) 514-9094. 

Players will not be available for live call-in radio 
shows. 

Post game Press Conference 

Postgame coaches interviews are held in the bas- 
ketball lounge adjacent to the media work room and the 
Maryland lockerroom. Coaches from both teams will 
brought to the interview area after each game Coach 
Gary Williams will appear first, immediately after he talks 
to his team He will be followed by the visiting coach 
The Maryland Locker Room is open to credentialed me- 
dia 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. 

Postgame Statistics 

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




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E-Mail Services 

Basketball releases can be obtained electronically 
by contacting Chuck Walsh at walsh@wam.umd.edu . List 
TERP NEWS in the subject heading, and include the name 
of your media outlet and phone number in your mes- 
sage (This is a media service only). 

Faxback service 

University of Maryland basketball information, in- 
cluding releases, rosters, statistics, and the most recent 
game box score, can be accessed 24 hours a day through 
the ACC Faxback service. 



ACC Faxback: 


556.854.5859 


Maryland Release: 


51150 


Notes Only: 


51151 


Stats Only: 


51152 


Recent Boxscore: 


51153 


Schedule/Roster: 


51154 



Telephones 



A limited number of telephones are available in the 
Cole Field House press room (calling card or reversed 
charges required). Any additional telephone requests 
should be directed to Gary Parker, Asst. Director of Op- 
erations and Facilities, at 301.514.7127. List Chuck Walsh 
as the contact for all installations. 

Terrapin Fan Phone 

Information on Maryland athletics, including actu- 
alities with head coach Gary Williams, can be obtained by 
calling the Terrapin Fanphone at 501.514.8577 

website: 
www.umterps.com 

All of Maryland's news releases and statistics, as 
well as other information pertaining to the athletic de- 
partment, can be accessed via the World Wide Web at 
www.umterps.com . 

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



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ACC MEDIA 



weekly Teleconference 

Beginning the first Tuesday in January and con- 
tinuing each week through the end of the season, the 
A tlantic 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 
Clemson head coach Larry Shyatt and continuing in 
alphabetical order by school. Gary Williams is available 
from 11:40- 11-50 

The weekly press conference can be accessed 
by calling (913) 981-5507. The teleconference will be 
replayed in its entirety for 24 hours following the con- 
clusion of the original press conference. Please con- 
tact Brian Morrison of the ACC Office at (336) 851- 
6062 for further information 



CETTINC TO COLE 



From Baltimore and North: Interstate 95 south to Exit 
25. College Park/US Route 1 South. After approxi- 
mately one mile take a right hand exit off of U.S. 1 
onto Maryland Route 195 West. Go two traffic lights 
to Stadium Drive. Make a left turn onto Stadium Drive 
and Cole Field House is on your right. 

From Baltimore/Washington International Airport Inter- 
state 195 West to interstate 95 South Travel to exit 25 
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 Mary- 
land Route 193 West (Creenbelt Road) and follow 
straight for three miles to Stadium Drive. 

From Washington/Richmond South: interstate 95 
North until exit 25, 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 (Washing- 
ton Beltway), which will change I onto Interstate 95 
South for approximately 25 minutes to exit 25. Take 
the above directions to Cole Field House. 



When in Town 



WHERE TO 


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501.441 3700 


Best Western Maryland Inn 


301.474.2800 


Greenbelt Holiday Inn 


501.982.7000 


College Park Holiday Inn 


501.545.6700 


College Park Comfort Suites 


501.441.8110 


Courtyard by Marriott 


501.441.5511 


Comfort Inn 


501.441.8110 


Quality Inn 


501.864.5820 


Days Inn 


501.545.5000 


Calverton Holiday Inn 


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Guard • 6-3 • 152 

R-Sophomore • 1 Letter 

Baltimore, Md. 



#4 Earl Badu 

Guard • 6-0 • 167 

Sophomore 

Baltimore, Md. 



#12 Drew Nicholas 

Guard • 6-3 • 165 

Freshman 
Hempstead, N.Y. 



#15 Danny Miller 

Guard • 6-8 • 205 

Sophomore • 1 Letter 
Mt. Holly, N.J. 



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Forward • 6-7 • 223 Guard • 6-3 • 175 Guard/Forward • 6-6 • 215 Center/Forward • 7-0 • 255 Forward/Center • 6-8 • 250 

R-Junior • 2 Letters Freshman R-Junior • Transfer R-Junior • 2 Letters Sophomore • 1 Letter 

Wilmington, Del. Miami Lakes, Fla. Rayne, La. Boston, Mass. Silver Spring, Md. 








#44 Terence Morris 

Forward • 6-9 • 205 

Junior • 2 Letters 

Frederick, Md. 



#45 Tahj Hoiaen 

Forward • 6-10 • 235 

Freshman 

Little Silver, N.J. 



Gary Williams 

Head Coach 

11th Year At Maryland 

Maryland '68 



Billy Hahn 

Associate Head Coach 

11th Year At Maryland 

Maryland 75 



Dave Dickers on 

Assistant Coach 

4th Year At Maryland 

Maryland '89 





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Jimmy Patsos 

Assistant Coach 

9th Year At Maryland 

Catholic '89 



Troy Wain wright 

Dir., Basketball Operations 

5th Year At Maryland 

Maryland '90 



J. J. Bush 

Trainer 

27th Year At Maryland 

Florida State '69 



John Bowie 

Equipment Manager 
11th Year At Maryland 



Kurtis Schultz 

Strength & Conditioning 
1st Year At Maryland 



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