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Terence Morris, F >[ ., 
All-America Candidate 



Lonny Baxter, F/C 
All-America Candidate 



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Pictured is an artist's rendition of the Terp's 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. 



.Arena Features: 

Academic Support and Career Developme 

Athletes (7,000 square feet) 

Weight Training and Conditioning Are 

Wrestling Practice Gymnasium 

Locker Facilities for Several Spo 

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London Leopards (Exh.) 

EA SPORTS California 

All-Stars (Exh.) 8:00 p.m. 

Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center] 

Nov. 20 Gml: Arizona vs. Chaminade 2:00 p.m. 

Nov. 20 Gm2: Connecticut vs. Dayton 4:00 p.m. 

Nov. 20 Gm3: Maryland vs. Louisville 9:00 p.m. ESPN 

Nov 20 Gm4: Illinois vs. UNLV 11:30 p.m. ESPN2 



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Nov. 21 Gm5; Game 1/2 losers 

Nov. 21 Gm6: Game 3/4 losers 

Nov. 21 Gm7: Game 3/4 v^inners 

Nov. 21 Gm8: Gome 1/2 winners 



Wed. Nov. 22 7th-place Game 

Wed. Nov. 22 5lh-place Game 

Wed. Nov. 22 3rd-place Game 

Wed Nov. 22 Championship Game 



2.00 p.m. 
4:00 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
9:30 p.m. 

1:30 p.m. 
3:30 p.m. 
6:00 p.m. 
9:00 p.m. 



ESPN 
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ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise. (Bradley Center) 

Wed. Nov. 29 vs. Wisconsin 9:00 p.m. ESPN 

BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 



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Dec. 


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Maryland vs. Michigan 


1:00 p.m. 


WDCA 


Sat. 


Dec. 


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George Washington vs. St. John's 3:00 p.m. 


WDCA 


Sun. 


Dec. 


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Consolation Game 


3:00 p.m. 


WDCA 


Sun. 


Dec. 


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Championship Gome 


5:00 p.m. 


WDCA 


Wed. 


Dec. 


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Stony Brook 


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Sat. 


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at Pennsylvania 


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Maryland-Baltimore County 8:00 p.m. 




Sat. 


Dec. 


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Norfolk State 


1 :30 p.m. 


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Wed. 


Dec. 


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Chicago State 


8:00 p.m. 




Sat. 


Dec. 


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Maryland-Eastern Shore 


1:30 p.m. 


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Jan. 


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• Georgia Tech 


1:30 p.m. 


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Wed. 


Jan. 


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North Carolina 


7:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sun. 


Jan. 


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' at Florida State 


1:30 p.m. 


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Wed. 


Jan. 


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• Woke Forest 


9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sun. 


Jan. 


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> at NC State 


3:30 p.m. 


ABC 


Sal. 


Jan. 


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•Duke 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Wed. 


Jan. 


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• at Virginia 


9:00 p.m. 


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Sun. 


Feb. 


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Clemson 


1:00 p.m. 


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7:00 p.m. 


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1:00 p.m. 


CBS 


Wed. 


Feb. 


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Florida State 


9:00 p.m. 


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NC State 


8:00 p.m. 


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Oklahoma 


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ABC 


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Virginia 


2:00 p.m. 


CBS 


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NCAA First and Second Rounds 


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South-New Orleans & Memphis; 


West-San Diego & Boise) 


Ttiurs.-Sun Mar. 


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South-Atlanta; West-Anaheim) 






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NCAA Final Four at Minneapolis 


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Ticket InformaMon: 8D0-462-TERP or 30 1 -3 1 4-7070 

Tcffapin Fan Phone; 301-31 fl-TERP 

Terps Online: WWW.um^erps.COm 




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This Is Maryland Basketball 

2000-01 Schedule 1 

Gary Williams Dalebook 6 

The Power of the Arianlic Coast Conference 10 

ACC Television 11 

Media Capital 12 

Medio Coveroge 13 

Gome Doy otCole Field House 14 

Someplace Speciol 16 

Maryland Basketball Travel 18 

SOOO-Q I Season Preview 

2000-01 Roster Information 20 

Season Preview 22 

Preseason Notebook and Honors 25 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Gory Williams 28 

Assistant Coaches 36 

Men's Boskelball Support Staff 42 

Terrapin Profiles 

Terence Morris 46 

loRon Cephas 50 

Mike Mordesich 52 

Lonny Baxter 55 

Juan Dixon 58 

Danny Miller 61 

Byron Moulon 64 

Steve Bloke 66 

Tahj Holden 68 

Drew Nicholas 70 

Calvin McCall 72 

Earl Bodu 74 

Matt Sloninko 75 

Chris Wilcox 76 

2000-01 Opponents 

Moui Invitational Tournament 78 

Arizona, Chominode, Connecticut 78 

Dayton, Illinois, Louisville, UNLV 79 

BB&T Classic, G. Washington 80 

Michigon, St. John's 81 

Chicago State, Clemson 82 

Duke, Florida State 83 

Georgia Tech, UMBC 84 

UMES, Norfolk State 85 

North Carolina, NC State 86 

Oklahoma, Pennsylvania 87 

Stony Brook, Virginia 88 

Woke Forest, Wisconsin 89 

ACC Composite Schedule 90 

2001 NCAA and ACC Brackets 92 



Maryland Basketball 




2000-0 1 Media Guide Credits 



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The 2000 University oi Maryland Men s Basketbaii 
Media Guide was published by the Maryland athletic media 
relations office with the intent to serve all media and followers 
of Terrapin basketball Additional copies may be purchased 
for $15. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and han- 
dling. 

The guide was written and edited by Kevin Messenger, 
associate medio relations director, and Dave hiaglund, asso- 
ciate athletic director for media relations. Layout and design 
by Jason Yellin, publications coordinator and assistant media 
relations director 

Research and editorial assistance by Megan Fitzgerald, 
Mark fratto, Jennifer Mason, Stephanie Mociun and Brian 
Pressman. Editorial assistance by Jason Baum, Cherise Rhyns, 
Dan Rosso and Jason Zhang. 



Photography by Kevin Allen, Dave Christiansen. John 
Consoli, Lisa Helfert. Mitchell Layton, Stephanie Mociun, Doug 
Pensinger, Bruce L. Schwortzman, Devin Shiehjohn Strohsocker 
and Bill Welch. Cover photos courtesy of Layton, Schwartzman 
and NBA Properties. Cover design by John Schaffhauser. 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its 
thanks to all ACC and opponent sports information offices, the 
NBA and all members of past sports information staffs that have 
assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of this 
guide. Any corrections or additions to the media guide are 
welcome and should be directed, in writing, to Kevin Messen- 
ger. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institu- 
tion with respect to both education and employment The uni- 
versity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, 



sex or handicap m admimon oi access to o> 'jeoimeni oi 
employment in, its programs and activities as required by fed- 
eral (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state lows and regula- 
tions. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI of the Civil 
Rights Act of 1 964. as amended. Title IX of the 1 972 Educa- 
tional Amendment, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 
1 973, or related legal requirements should be directed to 
the Office of Human Relations. 1 1 07 Hornbake Library, Uni- 
versity of Maryland, College Park. Md 20742; telephone - 
-301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the application of 
Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of 
Maryland, College Park, may be directed to the Director. 
Disabled Student Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, Univer- 
sity of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; telephone - - 
301-31 4-7862 (voice) or 301-31 4-7683 (TTY). 



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Table Of Contents 







I 999-2000 Season Review 

1999-00 Postseason Notebook 94 

1999-00 Results 96 

1999-00 Statistics 97 

Game-By-Game Team Statistics 98 

Individual Point-Rebounds-Assists 99 

Superlatives 100 

Box Scores 101 

ACC Standings, Statistics, Honors 108 

All-Time Record Book 

Year-By-Year Results 112 

All-Time Coaching History 113 

Overall Individual Records 114 

Individual Leaders 115 

Class Records 120 

Yearly Leaders 124 

Team Records 126 

Margins of Victory, 100-Point Games 127 

Year-By-Year Statistics 128 

Game-By-Game Results 130 

Series Vs. Opponents 136 

Series Records 142 

ACC Series Anatomies 143 

In-Season and Postseason Tournaments 144 

NCAA Tournament Records 146 

Final National Rankings 148 

Honors, Awards & NBA 

All- Americans 150 

Maryland Award Winners 156 

All-Time Letterwinners 159 

Terps In The NBA 161 

University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 166 

Colleges and Schools 168 

President CD. Mote, Jr 170 

A.D. Deborah A. Yow 171 

Athletic Administration 172 

Academic Support & Career Development 174 

Distinguished Alumni 177 

Sports Medicine 178 

Strength & Conditioning 179 

Terrapin Club 180 

Major Gift Fundroising, The M Club 181 

Athletic Staff and Coaches Directory 182 

Cole Field House 184 

History of Cole Field House 184 

Terps on the Air 188 

Medio Information 189 

TV/Radio Chart 192 



Jack Zane Dedication 



The Maryland basketball staff 
dedicates its 2000-01 media guide 
to tfie devoted service and longtime 
commitmentof Jock Zone, Executive 
Director of ifie Walk of Fame and 
History, of Maryland's new Comcast 
Center. 

Zone, whose tenure as student 
and staffer at Maryland began in the 
mid-1930s, hos filled numerous roles 
within the Terrapin athletic department and has touched mony 
lives during his 46 years of dedication. Most notable in Zone's 
career has been his over-30 years in the Maryland sports infor- 
mation office, fHe is an active historian and walking archivist for 
the university's athletic department, thus proving a perfect fit to 
oversee administrative efforts with the new arena's walk of fame, 
to be unveiled in 2002-03 




His years as sports information director were marked by friendly 
service to staff, coaches, athletes and media, alike. He is still an ac- 
tive member of the College Sports Information Directors of America 
(CoSiDA) and was inducted into the organization's Hall of Fame 
after serving as its president in 1986. He received CoSIDA's Lifetime 
Achievement Award at its 2000 summer convention in St, Louis, 

Zone was the assistant sports information director at Mary- 
lond from 1960-62, and the SID from 1969-86. During that time 
he helped publicize numerous All-America athletes including Randy 
White, Boomer Esioson, Buck Williams, Tom McMillen, Len Elmore 
and Tom Brown. He worked directly with 1 1 Terrapin football bowl 
teams and seven men's basketball teams that participated in the 
NCAA Tournament, Zone was also the sports information director 
for the 1975 Terrapin men's lacrosse team that won the NCAA 
championship. 

Zone was promoted to assistant athletic director in 1981, He 
began his coreer in sports informotion as a Maryland student un- 



der the legendary loe f. bloir in 1958. Upon his graduation in 
1 960 he was named as the first full-time assistant SID in school 
history. He was the SID at George Washington University from 
1963-69 

He was the first executive sports editor of the Diamond- 
back, the school newspaper, and was a member of the Sigma 
Delta Chi journalism fraternity as on undergraduote student. He 
graduated from Maryland in 1960 with a bachelor's degree in 
journalism. 

Zone, who has been a member of CoSIDA since 1960, 
was a member of the NCAA public relations committee for six 
years and wos also a six-year member of the NCAA public rela- 
tions/promotions committee. He was inducted into the Univer- 
sity of Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986. 

He has served the department of athletics at Maryland as 
director of ticket operations since 1986 and began his new as- 
signment this post July 



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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 
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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 
Massachusetts, 91-81, in the first round 
of the National Invitation Tournament at 
Cole Field House. Williams is the first 
Maryland coach to take a team to the 
postseason in his first year as 
Maryland's head coach. 
March 19, 1990 -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. 1 7 overall pick in 
the 1 990 NBA Draft by the New York 
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Rank Team Record 


Points 


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Kansas (29) IS-l 


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Arkansas (3) 12-1 


1,458 


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North Carolina (1) 13 2 


1,425 


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Duke (2) 111 


1,393 


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MassachusetU (4) 13-1 


1,360 


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1.226 


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Indiana 102 


1.160 


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Purdue 141 


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•:_Dee. 29, 1990 - Guided the Terps to 
ictories over Rutgers (86-8 1 ) and South 
Jorolino (78-69) to gain the champi- 
onship of the ECAC Holiday Festival in 
Nev/ York City's famed Madison Square 

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_|!l^arch 2, 1991 - Closed his second 
season with a 16-12 overall record, 
making him only the second head coach 
in school history to record v/inning seo- 

. •■ sons in each of his first two years. 



March 1, 1992 - Defeated No. 10 
North Carolina (82-80) at home. 
June 24, 1 992 - All-American Walt 
Williams selected as the No. 7 overall 
pick in the 1992 NBA Draft by the 
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Syracuse 


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Georgia Tech 


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524 


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131 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


11-4 


318 


21. 


Calltornia 


10-3 


316 


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Xavler, Ohio 


11-1 


256 


23. 


St. Louis 


14-0 


254 


24. 


West Virginia 


10-2 


172 


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10-3 


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56, New Mexico St 43, Missouri 
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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 represent- 
ed 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 Region. 
March 17, 1994 - Defeated Saint 
Louis, 74-66, in his first NCAA 
Tournament gome as the Terps' head 
coach. 
March 19, 1994 Defeated 
second-seeded Massachusetts, 95-87, in 
the biggest upset of the 1 994 NCAA 
Tournament to advance the Terps to the 
"Sweet 16" for the first time since 1985. 



: 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 1 since the 1 984 season. 
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 fHouse to gain his 
1 00th coaching victory while at the 
University of Maryland. I 

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 
1 980 season that the Terps ore " — 
ranked within the top 1 0. 
MarchlS, 1995 Defeated 
Texas, 82-68, to advance to 

the NCAA Tournament , 

"Sweet 1 6" for the second 
consecutive season, mark- 
ing the first time since 
1984 and 1985 that the ; 
program had advanced i 

to a regional semifinal in ' 
two consecutive seo- 



June 28, 1995 - Unanimous NaKonal 

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

Feb. 6, 1996 - Defeated No. 1 1 North 
Carolina, 84-78, for his ninth win over a 
ranked team in the lost three seasons. 
March 1 1, 1996 - Maryland named to 
the NCAA Tournament for the third con- 
secutive season, earning No. 7 seed in 
the West Region. 






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Minnesota 98. Mssoun 98. Pennsylvania 
56. Illinois 52. Iowa 41. Sl Lous 41. 
Virginia 40, V.llanova 36. OkUhoma St. 
33, Tulane 31. St Josepti s 29, Alabama 
27. Louisville 17. OWanoma I7, Virgmia 
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Mqreh 7, 1997 - Defeated No. 1 3 
Clemson in the quarterfinal round of 
tfie 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 All- 
American Keith Booth selected in the first 
round (28th pick overall) in the 1997 
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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. 

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





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, Nov. 28, 1998 - Defeated Pilhburgh, 
?B7-52, to win the prestigious 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 lost six years. 
June 30, 1999 - Second-team All- 
American Steve Francis selected in the first 
. round (2nd pick overall) in the 1999 NBA 
Draft. Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit 
were selected in the second round. 



Nov. 17, 1999 - Defeated San 
Francisco 71-61 in an NIT First Round 
game to earn his 400th career coaching 
win. 

Dec. 11, 1999 -Defeated No. 22 
Kentucky 72-66 to earn his 200th victory 
while coaching at Maryland. 
Feb. 9, 2000 - Terps upend Duke at 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, 98-87, to snap 
the Devils' 1 8-game win streak which was 
then the longest in the country. The win 
also ended Duke's 46game win streak at 
Cameron, and on ACC-record 31 -game 
regular season conference win streak. 
March 1, 2000 - Maryland defeats 
Florida State 85-70 to stretch its ACC win 
streak to nine games and establish a new 
Terrapin record. 

March 12, 2000 - Maryland plays in its 
first ACC Tournament final since 1 984, 
and is named a No. 3 seed in the NCAA 
Midwest Region to set a new school mark 
with its seventh consecutive bid to the 
JCAA Tournament. 



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The ACC has been the top rated conference in three of the post five 
years according to the RPI Rating. After ranking first for three consec- 
utive seasons (1996-98) the ACC ranked second in 1999 and third in 
2000. Entering the 2000-01 season, the ACC has been unanimously 
ranked in all preseason publications as the country's most competitive 
conference for the upcoming season. 

ACC NO. I IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

There have been 797 Associated Press polls since the first on Jan. 20, 
1949. The ACC, despite annually having the smallest membership 
total, is the most ranked conference in the nation with 2,275 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 during tv/o consecutive weeks during the 
1997-98 season. Maryland, North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, 
Clemson, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech were each ranked in the AP 
polls of Dec. 1 and 8. The ACC also had five teams ranked for five 
weeks and four for eight weeks. As many as five or six teams are 
expected to be ranked in the AP poll again in 2000-01 . 

CONSISTENCY IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

The ACC has had at least three teams ranked in the final AP poll in 
1 9 of the last 2 1 years. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in the history of the NCAA 
Tournament. The nine current league teams have posted an NCAA 
Tournament mark of 275-146 for a winning percentage of .653. 
Only two other conferences in the nation have won at least 60 per- 
cent of their NCAA Tournament games. 

ACC SUCCESS VS. THE NO. I SEED IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Since the NCAA began assigning seeds in 1 979, ACC teams have 
defeated a rp.cc'ci 1 9 No 1 seeds. 



ACC SUCCESS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Since 1980, 20 of the 80 Final Four teams (25.0 percent) have come 
from the ACC. The ACC has been represented in 1 7 of the last 20 
Final Fours a total of 20 times by 17 different teams. ACC teams 
have captured three of the lost 10 NCAA titles and five of the last 19. 
Since the 1985 tournament, the ACC has hod 16 teams earn Final 
Four berths. 

ACC TEAMS WITH MOST NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS SINCE 1 985 

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

• Most NCAA Tournament victories ( 1 63) 

• Most wins against No. 1 seeds (14) 

• Most Sweet 16 appearances (47) 

• Most regional final appearances (26) 

• Most NCAA titles (3) 

ACC TEAMS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

• Since 1 985, the ACC is the only conference to have each of its' 
schools moke at least one NCAA Tournament appearance and oiso 
advance to the "Sweet 1 6". 

• The ACC has had at least two teams win a minimum of one NCAA 
Tournament game 1 1 straight years and in 15 of the lost 16 NCAA 
Tournaments. 

• Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 participants in 1985, 
the ACC has had 47 teams advance to the "Sweet 16." 

• The ACC has placed at least one team in a regional final for 21 
consecutive years and 27 of the last 29 years. The ACC has hod 
three teams in regional finals the same year twice and two teams 1 2 
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 hod a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament a record 
1 8 times. 



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among (he 101 naMonal nehivork appearances \ta\ 
highlight the 2000-0 1 AHanHc Coast Conference sched- 
ule. The schedule boasts S 1 9 total appearances over a 
record 1 43 televised games, and marks the sixth consec- 
utive season that the ACC will have over 200 television 
appearances. Included are 60 appearances on ESPN, 1 8 
on E5PN2, 1 2 on ABC, 1 on CBS and one on FOX 
Sports Net. 

A remarkable total of 67 out of 72 regular season 
ACC league games will receive regional or national 
television coverage in 2000-0 1 . Over one-third of the 
league's conference schedule, 28 games, will be tele- 
vised on national television nehworks. 



\ Beginning in 2001-02, the ACC will be featured in a 
' Sunday evening national game of the week to be tele- 
vised on FOX Sports Net. Finalized and announced in the sum- 
mer of 2000, the package establishes the ACC as the first con- 
ference with a national television arrangement on more than 
one national cable nehwork. 




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casls. Counting regional telecasts, a record 2 1 9 ACC bas- 
ketball games will be viewed on television this season. 

; Every major television network - ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX 
- tias a major news gattiering aftiliate in botti Baltimore 
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Field House. 

The Maryland Terrapin radio nehwork, 
which can be accessed From Maine to 
Florida, boasts one oF the largest cover- 
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Men's Basketball A^^endance 

The University of Maryland men's basketball team has ranked in the 
Top 20 among notional attendance leaders for three straight seasons. 
After averaging 13,377 fans and ranking 20th in the country in 
1 998, the Terps set a school record with a 1 4,474 average in 1 999 
while ranking 15th nationally. Last year, Maryland continued to draw 
capacity numbers at Cole Field House, averaging 14,148 fans and 
ranking 17th. 

In 1 998-99, the Terps' average attendance established a school-record for the second consec- 
utive season and marked only the third time in school history that the program hod averaged 
more than 14,000 fans in a single season. The 2000 Terps eclipsed the 14,000 plateau for 
a fourth seoson. 

Last season, the Terps also set a school record and ranked 10th nationally by playing in_ front 

of 503,648 fans overall. That figure was up from a No. 12 ranking when the 

Terps played before a previous school-record 473,626 fans in 1998-99. 

Maryland has played before at least 400,000 fans in three consecutive sea 

sons. 

Maryland's school-record home attendance average in 1999 included 14 
sellouts (all but one regular season game) and 1 5 games with crowds over 
13,500. Maryland played to 99.8 percent capacity for the entire season 
in the 14,500 seat Cole Field House. 

Maryland has averaged more than 1 3,000 fans for every home game in 
each of the last six seasons. The Terps have appeared in a school-record 
seven consecutive NCAA Tournaments. 



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During the lost seven seasons, the Terps have achieved six of the top 
seven single-season home attendance averages in school history. Nearly 
1,400,000 people have come to Cole Field House in the lost seven seasons (13,701 aver- 
age in 101 games) as the Terps hove forged the longest non-conference home winning streak 
in the nation (71 games). The Terps have an 88-13 record (87,1 winning percentage) in the 
last seven seasons at home and were a perfect 1 6-0 in Cole during the 1 994-95 season. 

Maryland has averaged more than 1 2,000 fans during each of the first 1 1 years of the Gary 
Williams Era. Since the beginning of the 1 990 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 1 home games 1 times in 1 1 seasons, and averaged more than 1 2 
wins n '"nson at home. 




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— ity lights, 

history, 

sparkling 
waterfronts, mon- 
umental landscapes. Jazz, 
film festivals, marches and 
demonstrations. Shopping, 
professional sports, regattas 
on the Chesapeake Boy. Not 
just one city, but three. Not 
just any city, but the nation's 
capital, a major port city, 
and the state capital of 
Maryland. 

It's all here beyond the 
University of Maryland campus. 

WASHINGTON. D.C. 

The nation's capital and its 
major attractions are within 
10 miles of Cole Field 
House. And the highly effi- 
cient Metro rail system, with 
a station at the campus 
doorstep, mokes navigating 
the greater Washington, 
D.C., area easy. Campus 
shuttle buses serve the 
College Pork Metro station, 
allowing easy access to one 
of the country's model trans- 
portation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 1 2th largest city in the 
United States is often referred 
to as the "Charm City." 
Located just 35 miles north of 
the University of Maryland, 
its rejuvenation as an urban 
center is unprecedented. The 
Inner Harbor, its National 
Aquarium and toll ships, and 
the nearby Oriole Park at 
Camden Yards create an 
exciting, vibrant holiday 
atmosphere in a city that 
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The state capital of Maryland 
lies just 30 miles east of tfie 
University of Maryland. 

Long called the "sailing capi- 
tal of the United States," 
Annapolis is located at the 
mouth of the Severn River on 
the Chesapeake Bay. The his- 
toric downtown area is 
known for its wonderful eat- 
ing and shopping opportuni- 
ties. There are few places in 
the world that rival the 
Chesapeake Bay area for its 
appealing qualities. 






CAMPUS NEIGHBORS 
Arlington National 

Cemetery 
FDR Memorial 
Federal Bureau of 

Investigation 
Ford's Theatre 
Frederick Douglas 

Museum 
Jefferson Memorial 
John F. Kennedy Center 

for the Performing Arts 

Library of Congress 

Lincoln Memorial 

MCI Center 

National Aquarium 

National Archives 

National Gallery of Art 

National Moll 

Notional Zoo 

Oriole Park at Camden 
Yards 

Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 

Supreme Court of the 

United States 
U.S. Capitol 
Union Station 
Vietnam Veterans 

Memorial 
Washington Monument 
Washington Notional 

Cathedral 
White House 



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planes to nearly every game on its schedule. 
Pictured above is a 50-passenger aircraft 
which transports the Terps from city to city through- 
out the season. This regional jet features tv/o-by-two 
seating v/ith no middle seats, and is the quietest fly- 
ing jet in the v^orld. It can cruise at 530 mph and 
up to 41,000 feet. 

Charter flights make getting to, and coming bock 
from, any destination easy and comfortable. This 
type of travel allows the Terps to be on campus and 
in class as much as possible, and overnight stays 
are minimized. The convenience and comfort of 
charter airplane travel allows for convenient, effi- 
cient, frequent service as well as maximized prac- 
tice and study time. 



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2000-01 Roster 20 

Team Picture 20 

Squad Analysis 21 

Season Preview 22 

Preseason Notebook 25 

Preseason Honors 26 



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The 2000'0 1 Terrapins 

2QQQ-0 I Maryland Basketball Alphabetical 



No. 


Name 


Pes. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


4 


Earl Badu 


G 


6-0 


160 


Jr.-SQ 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Jr.-2V 


25 


Steve Blake 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


F 


6-7 


217 


Sr.-3V 


3 


Juan Dixon 


G 


6-3 


164 


Jr,-2V 


45 


Tahj Holden 


F 


6-10 


247 


So.-lV 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


C 


7-0 


244 


Sr.-3V 


11 


Calvin McCall 


G 


6-3 


200 


So.-lV 


15 


Danny Miller 


G/F 


6-8 


220 


Jr.-2V 


44 


Terence Morris 


F 


6-9 


221 


Sr.-3V 


1 


Byron Mouton 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


RJr.-TR 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


40 


Matt Sloninko 


C 


7-4 


257 


Fr.-HS 


54 


Chris Wilcox 


F/C 


6-10 


210 


Fr,-HS 


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No. 


Name 


Pes. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


1 


Byron Mouton 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


RJr.-TR 


3 


Juan Dixon 


G 


6-3 


164 


Jr.-2V 


4 


Earl Badu 


G 


6-0 


160 


Jr.-SQ 


11 


Calvin McColl 


G 


6-3 


200 


So.-lV 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


15 


Danny Miller 


G/F 


6-8 


220 


Jr.-2V 


21 


laRon Cephas 


F 


6-7 


217 


Sr,-3V 


25 


Steve Bloke 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


C 


7-0 


244 


Sr.-3V 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Jr.-2V 


40 


Matt Sloninko 


C 


7-4 


257 


Fr.-HS 


44 


Terence Morris 


F 


6-9 


221 


Sr.-3V 


45 


Tahj Holden 


F 


6-10 


247 


So.-lV 


54 


Chris Wilcox 


F/C 


6-10 


210 


Fr.-HS 



Roster 

Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Anacostio/Horgrove Millilory) 

Miomi Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Vo.) Academy) 

Wilmington, Del. (The Sonford School) 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

Little Silver, NJ. (Red Bonk Regional) 

Boston, Moss, (Conroe (Texas)/Worcester Academy) 

Miami, Flo. (Dr. Phillips) 

Mt. Holly, NJ. (Roncocas Valley) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 

Royne, La, (Royne/Tulone) 

Hempstead, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) 

Hyottsville, Md. (DeMotho) 

Roleigh, N.C. (Enloe) 



Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Royne, La. [koyneflu\ane] 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

Baltimore, Md, (St. Frances Academy) 

Miami, Fla. ([)r. Phillips) 

Hempsteod, N.Y, (Long Island Lutheran) 

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

Wilmington, Del. (The Sanford School) 

Miami Lakes, Flo. (Oak Hill (Vo.) Academy) 

Boston, Mass. (Conroe (Texos)/Worcester Academy) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Anocostio/Hargrove Millilory) 

Hyottsville, Md. (DeMatha) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomos Johnson) 

little Silver, N.J, (Red Bonk Regional) 

Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe) 



Head Coach: Gary Willioms (Maryland '68/ 12th season) 

Associate Head Coach: Billy Hohn (Maryland '75/12th season) 

Assistant Coach: Dove Dickerson (Maryland '89/5th season) 

Assistant Coach: Jimmy Potsos (Catholic '89/lOlh season) 

Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Woinwright (Maryland '90/5th seoson) 



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2000-01 Squad Analysis 

Letterwinners Returning 1 1 Ql 



No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp 


35 Lonny Baxter 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Jr.-2V 


25 Steve Blake 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


21 LoRon Cephas 


F 


6-7 


217 


Sr.-3V 


3 Juan Dixon 


G 


6-3 


164 


Jr.-2V 


45 Tahj Holden 


F 


6-10 


247 


So.- IV 


33 Mike Mardesich 


C 


7-0 


244 


Sr.-3V 


11 Calvin McCall 


G 


6-3 


200 


So.-lV 


15 Danny Miller 


G/F 


6-8 


220 


Jr.-2V 


44 Terence Morris 


F 


6-9 


221 


Sr.-3V 


12 Drew Nicholas 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


Non-Letterwinners Returning 12) 






No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


4 Earl Badu 


G 


6-0 


160 


Jr.-SQ 


1 Byron Mouton 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


RJr.-TR 


Letterwinners Lost ( 1 1 








No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


20 MattHahn 


G 


6-0 


162 


Sr.-3V 


Newcomers (21 










No. Nome 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


40 MattSlaninka 


C 


7-4 


257 


Fr.-HS 


54 Chris Wilcox 


F/C 


6-10 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Terps By Class 










Freshmen 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


40 Matt Slaninka 


C 


7-4 


257 


Fr.-HS 


54 Chris Wilcox 


F/C 


6-10 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Sophomores 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


25 Steve Blake 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


45 Tahj Holden 


F 


6-10 


247 


So.-lV 


11 Calvin McColl 


G 


6-3 


200 


So.-lV 


12 Drew Nicholas 


G 


6-3 


160 


So.-lV 


Juniors 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


4 Earl Badu 


G 


6-0 


160 


Jr.-SQ 


35 Lonny Baxter 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Jr.-2V 


3 Juan Dixon 


G 


6-3 


164 


Jr.-2V 


15 Danny Miller 


G/F 


6-8 


220 


Jr.-2V 


1 Byron Mouton 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


RJr.-TR 


Seniors 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


21 LoRon Cephas 


F 


6-7 


217 


Sr.-3V 


33 Mike Mardesich 


C 


7-0 


244 


Sr.-3V 


44 Terence Morris 


F 


6-9 


221 


Sr.-3V 



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#21 LaRon Cephas luh-RON SEE-fuss 

#33 Mike Mardesich MAHR-duh-sich 

#40 Matt Slaninka SLAN-uh-kuh 

#45 Tahj Holden Tahj (rhymes with mirage) 




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Florida (2) 

25 Steve Blake 

11 Calvin McCall 

Louisiana (1) 

1 Byron Mouton 

Maryland (5) 

4 Earl Badu 

35 Lonny Baxter 
3 Juan Dixon 

44 Terence Morris 
40 Matt Slaninka 

Massachusetts (1) 

33 Mike Mardesich 

New Jersey (2) 

45 Tahj Holden 
15 Danny Miller 

New York (1) 

12 Drew Nicholas 

North Carolina ( 1 ) 

54 Chris Wilcox 



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Tahj IHolden, Chris Wilcox 

Terence Morris 

Lonny Baxter, Danny Miller 

LaRon Cephas 

Byron Mouton 



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Terps By State 

Delaware ( 1 ) 



Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Sr.-3V Wilmington, Del. (The Sonford School) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

So.-lV Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Vo.) Academy) 

So.-lV Miami, Fla. (Dr Phillips) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

RJr.-TR Rayne, La. (Rayne/Tulane) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Jr.-SQ Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 

Jr,-2V Silver Spring, Md. (Anocostia/Hargrave Mil.) 

Jr.-2V Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

Sr.-3V Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 

Fr.-HS Hyottsville, Md. (DeMatha) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Sr-3V Boston, Mass. (Conroe/Worcester Academy) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

So.-lV Little Silver, N.J. (Red Bonk Regional) 

Jr.-2V Mt. Holly, N.J. (Rancocos Valley) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

So.-lV Hempstead, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) 

Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

Fr.-HS Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe) 



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jO'OI Season Outlook 



ACQ. Always Compelitive Conference. Some 
might substitute "challenging" in place of "com 
pelilive." And this season, "ostoundingly" 
might be appropriate in place of "always " Regardless, 
among college basketboll leagues nationwide the At- 
lantic Coast Conference is annually regarded among 
the elite. 

ACC: Additional Crowns to Conquer. The tosk 
ahead of Gary Willioms and the University of Mary- 
land men's basketball program is daunting - win a con- 
ference chompionship, achieve a record eighth consecu- 
tive trip to the NCAA Tournament, and continue pursuit 
of everyone's ultimate prize; a national championship. 

For Maryland basketball, what has become com- 
monplace during the Gary Williams Era will remain the 
standard in 2000-01: intense play, a breakneck pace 
spurred by oggressive defense, overflow crowds and o 
night-in, night-out battle to remain among the upper ech- 
elon of the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

What has changed, however, if even just slightly, 
ore expectations. And those expectations ore natural, 
of course, when five starters, three All-America candi- 
dates and 10 letterwinners return from a 25-win team 
that finished second in the rugged ACC for a second 
straight season. It is those expectations that may present 
the single largest thorn in the side for the Terps os they 
enter play in the 2000-01 season. 

Commented Williams, "I like the expectations. I 
think you have to be proud that people think your team's 
going to be o good basketball team. " 

The Terps are good, and ore deserving of pre- 
season rankings among the notion's top five teams. 
Though it was only a year ago that after losing three 
key starters to the NBA, and with a freshman point guard 
among three new starters, expectations were not high 
Barely top 25, in fact. That is, until Williams molded a 
little Morylond magic lost year while blending freshman 
guard Steve Bloke, first-year sophomore starters Juan 
Dixon and lonny Baxter and returning All- America for- 
ward Terence Morris to create o formidable quartet that 
led the Terps to their fourth consecutive 20-win season. 

And so, OS Williams prepares and strategizes for 
this season, three key concerns prevail: 

First and probably foremost is the returning strength 
throughout the ACC. Not just Maryland, but as many as 
six schools return virtually their entire starling lineups. 
How to compete in a league with three schools ranked 
in one preseason poll among the top five teams in the 
country, and three others already inside or banging on 
the door to the top 20? That is a valid question as Mary- 
land, Duke. North Carolina, Wake Forest, NC State and 
Virginio all enter the yeor with visions of ACC promi- 
nence. That's six of nine schools. Prominence doesn't 
extend that deep. 

"Within the league," said Williams, "I would think 
there will be five teams at least that will be ranked among 
the top 25. We can't get cocky just because preseason 
expectations will be high. Within our league, alone, it's 
very difficult to assume anything about how good we 
are. It's going to be o very lough year in terms of the 
number of tough teams that we compete against." 



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A second key is how to retain the workmanlike 
approach that earned lost yeor's "rebuilding" effort the 
occolades as one of the nation's most-feared teoms In 
other words, in coach-speak, "let's try to remember what 
got us here, let's put aside oil those press clippings and 
get bock to work." 

Adds Williams, "I think when people see our team, 
they see everyone bock and ossume we'll just pick up 
from where we won 25 gomes lost year. But the thing 
I've found out in coaching is thol each year your team is 
different, you hove a couple of new guys to odd to the 
team, and so it takes the some effort every year to make 
yourself into o good teom." 



"One of our other primary concerns hos to be com- 
placency, thinking that because we were good last year 
and people say that we're going to be good this year 
that it means we're automatically going to win gomes 
Each year, teoms really determine for themselves how 
good they can be by their effort. Not just effort when 
the game starts - you hove to hove it every day in proc 
lice. The one thing we had lost year was a great prac- 
tice team. There were very few days when we didn'' 
show up reody to practice. If we can continue to do thai 
then I think we'll be a good basketball team." 

And third for Williams, is how to continue molding 
newcomers into the mix. Among the new players this 




All-America Candidate Juan Dixon 



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season is former Tulane scoring leader Byron Mouton, 
who served an NCAA-required redshirt season last year 
after a transfer from the Green Wove, Another addition 
is freshman forward Chris Wilcox who could go a long 
way in aiding the Terps' depth in the paint behind Baxter 
and senior big man Mike Mardesich. 

Without question, the Terps will make another run 
at the top of the ACC and bid for at least an NCAA 
Sweet 1 6 appearance for the fifth time in eight seasons. 
Only time will tell how for they will go. Here is o closer 
look at Williams' cast for the upcoming season. 

Guard 

All successful teams boast an impressive point guard 
and last season proved the adage to be accurate as 
then-freshman Steve Blake energized the Terrapin pro- 
gram in his first college season. Taking over the team's 
primary bollhondling duties after the loss of backcourt 
mates Terrell Stokes and Steve Francis, Blake received 
some early lessons in ACC and national basketball wars 
and proved to be a quick study. fHis education contin- 
ued during summer 2000 while ploying with the USA 
Basketball U-20 Team. 

Averaging 7.0 points as one of five Terrapins to 
knock down more than 30 3-pointers last season, Blake 
was chosen to the ACC All-Freshman team, earned All- 
ACC honorable mention merit and finished third nation- 
ally among freshmen with 6.2 assists. His 71 steals trailed 
only Juan Dixon's team-high 95. 

And it was Dixon, now a junior, with whom Blake 
joined to form a combination that was electric both in 
moving the boll up the floor and giving opponents fits 
while on defense. 

While Bloke became one of the country's top fresh- 
men, Dixon erupted all the way to All-America status. 
The Baltimore native became the ACC leader in steals 
(2.7) while pouring in 18.0 points per game to pace oil 
Terrapin scorers with his aggressive, tough-minded, dar- 
ing offensive repertoire. Dixon led the Terps with 49 3- 
pointers, finished second in the ACC in scoring, earned 
first team AII-ACC honors and placed notional All- 
America voters on full-alert status. 

Returning by their side this year is sophomore sharp- 
shooter Drew Nicholas who averaged over 15 minutes 
while appearing in all 35 games and averaging 5.1 
points. In only half the time, he joined Blake and Dixon 
in the "over 30" 3-point club, scoring 31. 

Perhaps the greatest impact player for the Terps 
this season will be junior Byron Mouton. Right owoy, 
the Terps' biggest and strongest backcourt member, the 
Terps not only add a new dimension to their backcourt, 
but add fourth significant talent thot would be a wor- 
thy starter on mostteams. At 6-6 and 215 pounds, Mou- 
ton is quick enough to fill a guard slot, yet strong enough 
to see time inside at forward, also. He combined to av- 
erage 13.5 points as Tulone's leading scorer as a fresh- 
man in 1998 and a sophomore in 1999, and his addi- 
tion this season could elevate Maryland's quality depth 
in the backcourt to unrivaled status. 

Mouton and returning junior Danny Miller both ore 
players whose roles can fluctuate between a shooting 
guard and a small forward. Together, they moke the 
Terps versatile with a big perimeter. Apart, their con- 
trasting styles create difficult matchup situations. 




All-America Candidate Terence Morris 



Forward 

When talking about the finest in the country, how 
do you exclude Terence Morris? You can't. He's an un- 
selfish, do-everything talent who Williams and the Terps 
hope will command an even greater leadership pres- 
ence in 2000-01. 

At 6-9, Morris rebounds with the best in the ACC 
and scores from inside and out. He's a crowd-pleosing, 
rim-rattling hnisher on the break, and his 35 treys last 



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season proved his ability to score from long-distance- 
Add to that package 53 steals and 71 blocked shots, 
and you hove on all-around performer that is second to 
none. Morris averaged 15.8 points and 8.6 rebounds 
last season while completing 1 2 double-doubles. He has 
been named on honorable mention All-Americon for 
three straight seasons, and when opting to return to 
Maryland for his senior season, automatically placed 
his name atop preseason All-America charts for his final 
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: Morris, the Terps ore nearly as deep at 
^. :ney ore in the guard rotation, Morris is a 
"■'.a\ swing forward whose interior play is equal 
... loient on the perimeter. 

Joining Morris on the outside in a small forward 
e are utilitymen Miller and Mouton. 

Miller's 3-point prowess virtually matched thol of 
his more-publicized teammate. Miller, 6-8, shot 34 of 
95 beyond the arc in 1999-00 (Morris was 35 of 96), 
averoged 8.5 points ond finished third on the the team 
with 2.7 assists. Often the most unsung member of lost 
year's starting cast, Miller started in 34 games, reached 
double figures on 15 occasions, and was one of four 
Maryland players to log over 1,000 minutes. 

Mouton, physically the Terps' strongest guard, may 
also be Maryland's quickest forward. His role lends it- 
self to a forward slot in smaller lineups. 

Helping Morris anchor the interior forward slot are 
four different athletes who give Williams considerable 
flexibility. Senior LaRon Cephas has seen consistent min- 
utes in 50 games off the bench the lost three seasons, 
but making the biggest impact behind Morris last sea- 
son was newcomer Tahj [Holden. Doubling as the Terps' 
center but versatile enough to run in a power forward 
slot is junior All-America candidate Lonny Baxter, And 
working into the rotation both at forward and center as 
freshman this season is the much-bollyhooed 6- 1 Chris 
Wilcox of Raleigh, N.C 

Holden, a sophomore, presents opponents with 
much the some package as Morris, though slightly thicker 
and not quite the outside scoring threat. Playing in 35 
games last season, he averaged 3,3 points and 2,0 re- 
bounds while contributing just over 1 2 minutes per con- 
test. He did earn three starts due to injuries in the lineup, 
however, and when given opportunities, he mode the 
most of them. When Morris went down against Woke 
Forest, Holden came off the bench to contribute 1 7 points 
ond six rebounds in just over 18 minutes. A game later 
while storting in place of Morris, he notched o 1 2-point, 
10-rebound double-double at Clemson. 

Center 

The center of attention much of lost season was 
Lonny Baxter, Joining Dixon as a previously unheralded 
and little-thought-of sophomore, Baxter muscled all the 
way to an AII-ACC first team selection. At 6-8 and 260 
pounds, the burly junior enters his third college season 
as one of the ACC's most difficult ployers to defend - 
ond one of the most lethol on the offensive boards. 

In a big lineup with 7-footer Mike Mardesich in 
the post, Boxter is left to bang with undersized power 
forwords. In the post himself, most college centers not 
only struggle with his size, but his soft hands, offensive 
shooting touch and a remarkable finesse for a man his 
size, 

Boxter overaged 15.6 points and 8.8 rebounds lost 
season. He led the ACC in blocked shots and offensive 
rebounds, and was second in rebounds overall. Since 
assuming the starting role two years ogo after a season- 
ending injury to Obinno Ekezie, Baxter has passionately 
worked his way to ACC stardom. His 1 2 double-doubles 
matched those of teammate Morris. His 31 -point, 10- 
rebound effort was key in bringing the Terps from be- 




All-America Candidate 
Lonny Baxter 



hind to defeat NC State last season, and his 24 points 
and 10 boards one game later helped Maryland de- 
feat Duke in londmork victory in Durham. 

Simply put, Baxter is a load to handle. But even 
when he is out of the lineup, Mardesich has shown 
glimpses of greatness, himself, including o memorable 
role from the time he was a freshman in 1998, scoring 
12 points with nine rebounds in 34 minutes of an upset 
of top-ranked North Carolina. Though not the Terps' 



consistent "goto' man in the middle, Mardesich aver- 
aged 2.9 rebounds while playing in over 13 minutes of 
every gome os a junior One of three Terp seniors in 
2001, his three seasons ond 101 gomes of college ex- 
perience will prove invaluable — whether it be joining 
Baxter in on oversized lineup, spelling Baxter or help- 
ing tutor Wilcox. 

Wilcox, a 6- 1 0, 2 20^)ound blue<:hip recruit ronked 
by many as one of the best prep tolents in the country, 
should more than adequately provide the depth that 
sometimes was lacking in the post lost seoson, and could 
capably challenge for significant playing time. 

Capping the contingent at center ond odding to 
the list of local stars is fellow freshman Malt Slaninka 
who, at 7-4 and a product of the fabled program at 
DeMotha High, certainly will be looked upon for qual- 
ity minutes in the future. 

Season and Schedule 

All things considered, Williams and Maryland hove 
ample reoson to be eager ond excited about the 82nd 
season of Terrapin basketball. The Terps ore tolented, 
and chemistry is what helped lead Maryland to main- 
taining its national status a year ago Maryland is an 
unselfish, outstanding passing and defensive team which 
has benefited from its quality schedule and which hopes 
this year to move from being a good team to being a 
great team. 

"One of our strengths was that we were a good 
passing team lost year, and we should continue to be 
that," said Williams. "In college basketball, your ability 
to ploy together is becoming more important. That's prob- 
ably the best thing we did last year. If we con continue 
to improve those things just by being a year older, we'll 
be very difficult to ploy against. We hove good size 
and depth up front which should allow us to ploy physi- 
cally," 

"Unless we get lazy, we should be o good defen- 
sive team again, too. Defense is a gradual, learning pro- 
cess and we should benefit from being together lost year 
OS o team. As people tell you how good of o team you're 
going to be, there s o tendency to think that you can just 
oulscore everybody because you're talented. But the 
real good teams get better and their defense continues 
to get better os seasons go along." 

Those aspirations of becoming a great team will 
be tested early, and often, with what shapes up as one 
of the country's premier preseason schedules - a trip to 
Howoii in November to join Arizono and Connecticut, 
among others, at the Maui Invitational; a trip to Big Ten 
country ogoinst 2000 Final Four participant Wisconsin 
as port of the ACC/Big 1 Challenge; o pair of games 
locally at the MCI Center, joined by George Woshing- 
ton, Michigan and St. John's in the BB&T Clossic; and a 
February non-conference tilt at Cole Field House with 
Big 1 2 foe Oklahoma. Oh, yes, and let's not forget that 
16-game ACC schedule. 

Hoops fans in the Baltimore/D.C. oreo certoinly 
will have no shortage of excitement with Morylond bas- 
ketball this season. And if Williams & Co. have their 
wishes, Terp excitement will continue growing — through 
the ACC and toward many additional crowning achieve- 
ments. 



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Preseason Maryland Basketball Notebook 



Rankings Aplenty 

Maryland begins its 2000-01 season with unprec- 
edented preseason expectations. Never before have the 
Terps returned five starters and three returning All-ACC first 
teomers (Terence Morris- 1999, Juan Dlxon-2000, Lonny 
Baxter-2000). All three have also been tabbed as preseason 
candidates for both the Naismith and Wooden Player of 
the Year Awards and the Terps are assured of their fourth 
Top 10 preseason ranking. 

Previous Terp Top 10 preseason rankings by the Asso- 
ciated Press: 1971-6, 1972-3, 1973-4, 1974-4, 1975-3, 
1976-8, 1980-4, 1983-8, 1994-7 1998-6. 

Williams Keeps Counting 

Boasting more than 20 wins in five of his last six sea- 
sons at Maryland, Gary Williams is the 29th winningest 
active coach in the nation (424-256), entering his 12th year 
at Maryland and his 23rd year as a head coach overall. 

Williams surpassed the 400-win plateau overall last 
season, and eclipsed the 200-win barrier while at Mary- 
land, in a 72-66 win over Kentucky. He is 1 1 ACC wins shy 
of becoming just the ninth coach in history, and just the 
second from Maryland, to record 100 conference victo- 
ries. He enters the 2000-01 campaign ranked 1 0th all-time 
among ACC coaching victories overall (217-1 28|, and 1 2th 
in ACC league wins (89-83). 

National Honors Trio 

Forward Terence Morris was the 1 999 Preseason ACC 
Player of the Year by several publications, but by season's 
end last year, guard Juan Dixon and center Lonny Boxter 
had risen to heights rivaling their star teammate. An All- 
ACC second team pick in 2000, Morris snubbed the NBA 
Draft to return for his senior campaign as one of the nation's 
best and most-recognized all-around talents. 

The trio represents one of the most dynamic threesomes 
in the country. All three boost distinction as All-ACC first 
team picks during their sophomore campaigns, and all three 
hove been named as preseason candidates for the 2001 
Naismith and Wooden Player of the Year awards. 

Streak's New Decade 

Moryland has not lost a non-conference home game 
in over a decade - not since falling to Coppin State on 
Dec. 12, 1989 in Gary Williams' first season as the Terps' 
coach. On Dec. 30, 1989, Maryland defeoted Alcorn State 
to begin what is now the nation's longest non-conference 
home court win streak, 71 gomes. 

Last year, the streak included a 72-66 home win over 
Kentucky. This season's home slate includes a February non- 
conference bout with Oklahoma. The streak will hrst be 
tested this season on Wednesday, Dec. 6 when Stony Brook 
visits Cole Field House. Tracking the streak: 

Seeking History 

Maryland has odvonced to a school-record seven 
straight NCAA Tournament appearances - the Terps seek 
their eighth straight in 2001. During the last two seasons, 
the Terrapins have finished second in the Atlantic Coosl 
Conference in both 1999 and 2000 - only Lefty Driesell- 
coached teams of 1974, 1975 and 1976 finishes second 
or belter in the ACC in three straight seasons. The Terps 
can match that mark in 2001. 



Best Eras 

The Terps' 74 wins in the last three seasons represent 
the best three-year stretch in Terrapin basketball history in 
terms of total wins. Likewise, Maryland's 34 ACC wins the 
past three seasons reflect the best three-year stretch of ACC 
victories. The Terps' 1998, 1999 and 2000 seosons also 
mark the first three-year period with consecutive double- 
digit wins in ACC play. 

Maryland needs at least 24 wins this season to as- 
sure the best four-year stretch in the program's history. The 
current four-year mark is o stretch of 97 wins between 1 972 
and 1975. 

A 20-win season in 2000-01 would match the school's 
best mark for consecutive 20-win seasons, five between 
1972 and 1976. 



53 Wins 








Maryland's 53 


wins over the past 


two seasons, in fac 


are bettered by only 


six teams notiona 


lly: 




School 


Two Seasons 


99-00 


98-99 


1, Duke 


66-7 1.904) 


29-5 


37-2 


2. Michigan State 


65-12 1.844) 


32-7 


33-5 


3 Connecticut 


59-12 (.831) 


25-10 


34-2 


4, Cincinnati 


56-10 (.848) 


29-4 


27-6 


5. Tulsa 


55-15 (.786) 


32-5 


23-10 


6. Gonzago 


54-16 (.771) 


26-9 


28-7 


7. Stanford 


53-11 (.828) 


27-4 


26-7 


MARYLAND 


53-16 (.768) 


25-10 


28-6 


Auburn 


53-14 (.791) 


24-10 


29-4 


St. John's 


53-17 (.757) 


25-8 


28-9 


One Of Ten 









Maryland is one of just ten schools to hove partici- 
pated in each of the last seven NCAA Tournaments. Only 
Arizona, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Caro- 
lina, Purdue, Temple and UCLA join the Terps as teams that 
hove competed in each of the lost seven NCAA men's bas- 
ketball tournaments. 

In The ACC Tournament 

Maryland is the only team in the ACC that has ad- 
vanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals in each of the 
last six seasons, the best streak in Terrapin history. Last 
season's ACC championship gome appearance was the 
Terps' first since 1984. 

Morris On Career Charts 

Terence Morris enters his senior season listed among 
Maryland's career Top 20 in seven different categories: 
blocked shots (5th), 3-point field goals (10th), 3-point field 
goal attempts (10th), steals (10th), rebounds (16th), field 
goal percentage (18th) and points (19th). 

If Morris matches his 1 999-00 output in each category, 
this is where he would finish his career among Maryland 
leaders: blocked shots (2nd), rebounds (3rd), points (5th), 
steals (5th), 3-point held goals (7th) and 3-point field goals 
attempted (7th). 

Others On Terp Ladders 

Juan Dixon enters his junior campaign already listed 
7th among Terrapin career steals leaders with 146 and 
within the school record of 344 by Johnny "Ace" Rhodes, 
current member of the Harlem Globetrotters. Dixon is 8th 
among leaders for 3-point field goals (85), also within reach 
of Rhodes' record 186. 



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Lonny Baxter enters his third college season listed 8th 
among Maryland blocked shot leaders with 103, and field 
goal percentage at .549. 

Playmaker Blake 

just a sophomore, Steve Blake enters his second Ter- 
rapin season after a freshman campaign in which he was 
second in school history with 217 assists for the season. His 
6.3 assists per gome last year were third among all na- 
tional freshmen. His 71 steals represented not only the sev- 
enth-best season figure in Maryland history, but a tie for 
the most ever by a freshman. 

More Records 

The 1999-00 season was a record-breaking one, to 
say the least. Overall as a team, the Terps set single-season 
marks for field goal attempts, 3-point field goals mode and 
attempted, and blocked shots. Last year's Maryland team 
was second all-time in assists and steals in a season. 

Co-Captains And Experience 

Maryland co-captains Mike Mordesich and Terence 
Mom's hove earned their posts as captains this season based 
largely on experience. 

Mordesich, though largely unheralded and with zero 
starting assignments through three seasons, hos played in 
every gome of his career. His 101 consecutive gomes are 
within 31 games of breaking the Terps' all-time mark for 
games played (131 by Len Bias, 1982-86). They ore 26 
gomes of breaking the mark for consecutive gomes played 
(126 by Keith Booth, 1994-97). 

Morris, meanwhile, missed lost year's rood gome at 
Clemson to mark the only missed outing of his career. He 
has played 100 games entering his final season, one be- 
hind Mordesich. 



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\^Tp5 One Of Top Preseason Favorites 



Amoiig 16 preseoson polls released through Oct. 13, Moryland is a unanimous Top )0 selection and a consensus 
i pick nationally. The Terps hove been ranked as high as No. 3 by FANSonly.com, Preview Sports and SLAM 
.goiine, and as low as No. 9 by Street & Smith's. Marylond is a Top Four pick in 1 1 of 16 preseason publications, ond 
-.0. 4, 5 or 6 selection in 11. 
A listing follows: ACC Bosketball Handbook |4), Athlon Sports (Final Four), Basketball News (4|, Blue Ribbon Col- 
lege Basketball (4), CBS Sporlslinecom (4), Dick Vitole's College Basketball (6|, ESPNcom (5], FANSonly.com (3), FOX 
Sports.com (6), HoopsTV.com (4), lindy's (4), Preview Sports (3), SLAM Magazine (3), The Source Sports |4), The 
Sporting News (5|, Street & Smith's |9|. 



Terence Morris, Sr., F 

Naismilh and Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate 

Best NBA Prospect, Lindy's 

No, 1 swing forward, Dick Vitole's 

No. 1 small forward in nation, The Sporting News 

No. 4 small forward in nation, Lindy's 

First Team AIIAmerican, Playboy 

First Team All-Rolls Royce Team, Dick Vitole's 

Second Team All-American, Athlon Sports 

Second Team All-American, Preview Sports 

Second Team All-American, The Sporting News 

Second Team AII-ACC, Lindy's 

First Team AII-ACC, ACC Basketball Handbook 

First Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

First Team AII-ACC, Dick Vitole's 

First Team AII-ACC, Preview Sports 

First Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

First Team AII-ACC, Street & Smith's 

Juan Dixon, Jr., C 

Noismith and Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate 

No 1 shooting guard in notion, Lindy's 

No. 2 shooting guard in nation, Dick Vitole's 

No. 2 shooting guard in nation. The Sporting News 

First Team All-Americon, Athlon Sports 

First Team All-American, Preview Sports 

Second Team All-Rolls Royce Team, Dick Vitole's 

Second Team All-American, The Sporting News 

First Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

First Teom AII-ACC, Dick Vitole's 

First Team AII-ACC, Lindy's 

First Team AII-ACC, Preview Sports 

First Team AllACC, Street & Smith's 

Second Teom AII-ACC, ACC Basketball Handbook 

Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

LoNNY Baxter, Jr., F/C 

Noismith ond Wooden Aword Player of the Year candidate 

No 2 center in nation, Lindy's 

No. 2 center in nation. The Sporting News 

No. 4 center in nation, Dick Vitole's 

Second Team All-Americon, The Sporting News 

Honorable Mention All-Americon, Athlon Sports 

Best Rebounder in ACC, The Sporting News 

First Team AII-ACC, Lindy's 

First Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

Second Team AII-ACC, ACC Basketball Handbook 

Second Teom AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

Second Team AllACC, Dicit Vitole's 

Byron Mouton, Jr., F 

Top 10 Transfer in nation, Lindy's 

Top Impact Transfer in ACC, Dick Vitole's 



Steve Blake, So., C 

No. 1 1 point guard in nation, The Sporting News 

No. 13 point guard in notion, Dick Vitole's 

No. 13 point guard in nation, Lindy's 

Best Ploymoker in ACC, The Sporting News 

Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

Third Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

Third Team AII-ACC, Lindy's 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC, ACC Basketball Handbook 





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I 2th Year at Maryland 

At Maryland: (2 17-1 28, .6291 

23rd Year Overall 

Overall: (424-256. .624) 



Milestones mounting and the alma mater's men's 
basketboll program re-furbished and constructed to new 
heights, Gory Williams continues to drive Moryland to- 
ward the top of the college basketball world in his 12th 
season at the helm. Entering his 23rd season of college 
coaching overall, there is not much that Williams has not 
accomplished. 

His 400th college victory, against San Francisco in 
the 1 999-00 opener, and his 200th on the Maryland side- 
line, in a home win over Kentucky last season, speak vol- 
umes about success and longevity. Another success story 
during the Williams Era at Maryland is obviously a cov- 
eted home court win streak over non-conference foes 
which now spans more than o decade - 71 gomes in oil 
OS the Terps enter the 2000-01 campoign. 

Williams, inducted into the Maryland athletic hall of 
fame in 1 999, has placed his alma mater's program back 
among the top of the storied Atlantic Coast Conference. 
The Terps hove become synonymous with Duke and North 
Carolina omong the league's most dominant programs, 
and nationally have become o fixture among weekly polls. 
Under Willioms' guidance, Maryland has achieved a 
school-record seven consecutive NCAA Tournament ap- 
pearances, and the Terps' 53 wins in the last two seasons 
are bettered by only six schools nationally. 

The decade of the I990's was certainly a decade 
of resurgence for the Maryland basketball team. Since 
1990, the Terps have soared to a level of nationol promi- 
nence unmatched during the first century of the program. 
Included among the many superior accomplishments dur- 
ing the decade and counting the 2000 season were: the 
school-record seven straight NCAA Tournament appear- 
ances (1994-00), four "Sweet 16" appearances, seven 
consecutive upper division finishes in the ACC including 
runner-up distinction in 1999 and 2000, a school-record 
28 victories during the 1998-99 season, four NBA lat- 
tery picks, one national Ployer of the Year and one ACC 
Player of the Year. 

Added for good measure are an NBA Co-Rookie of 
the Year in Steve Francis (2000), and a preseason top 
five ronking for the second time in three seasons, and what 
you have is a program and a coach who have reached 
icon status. 

Head coach Gary Williams, who needs 1 1 ACC vic- 
tories to become the ninth coach overall and just the sec- 
ond from Maryland to reoch the 100-win plateau, is the 




thread that ties the Terrapin program together. Williams' 
accomplishments during his 11 -year tenure at Maryland 
hove ploced him and his program among the best in all of 
college basketball. 

Williams led Maryland to o school-record 28 victo- 
ries 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 ranking since 
the 1 974-75 season and only the third time in school his- 
tory that the program had earned o top hve hnol national 
ranking. During the season, Maryland was ranked in the 
top five for a near-school record 14 weeks and peaked at 
No. 2 OS it won its first 10 games of the season 
Morylond's No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournoment was 
tied for the highest tournament seed in school history. Only 
four schools won more games then the Terps during the 
1998-99 season. 

A year later, in a 1999-00 season that may hove 
been one of Williams' greatest coaching accomplishments 
ever, he guided a "rebuilding" Terrapin team to 25 wins, 
second straight second-place finish in the ACC and its 
first trip to the conference tournament hnal since 1984 
All with a freshman point guard, three first-year starters 
and only one senior (a non-starter] following the loss of 
three ployers to the NBA draft. 

Three times, Williams has been voted as a national 
coach of the year finalist. In 1998, /ACC /4t/i/ete Maga- 
zine voted him os the ACC Coach of the Yeor. He re- 
ceived the some honor from College Hoops llluslraled in 
2000. He was honored as the district cooch-of-lhe-yeor 



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in 1981 and in 1983 he was named as the Eastern Coach 
of-the-Yeor. Following Maryland's 1997 season, when 
the Terps advanced to the NCAA Tournament and fin 
ished with a 9-7 record in the ACC, he was named as the 
Seoboord Region Coach-ot-lhe-Year by Eastern Basket 
ball. 

Williams is the only head coach in school history to 
guide the Terps to eight postseason tournament oppeor 
ances within his hrst 1 1 seosons. He is olso one of only 
two coaches in school history to have directed his firy 
two teams to winning records and to a regular seosor 
conference championship during the first six years at the 
helm. 

Williams was hired on June 13, 1989. He inherited 
teom thot hod won only nine gomes the year before 
and finished in lost place in the ACC. Williams displayed 
his coaching abilities immediotely. The Terps won 19 
gomes and odvonced to the second round of the Notional 
Invitation Tournament, making Willioms the first coach in 







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school history to lead a team into the postseason in his 
first season. In addition, Maryland's 10-game improve- 
ment in the win column during Williams' first season was 
the largest in school history and second largest in the an- 
nals of the ACC by a first-year coach. Only the legend- 
ary Press Maravich, who improved NC State's winning 
ledger by 13 games in his inaugural season (1965), can 
boast higher first-year improvement in the win column. 

Williams has led teams to postseason play at each 
stop on his coaching resume - American University, Bos- 
ton College, Ohio State and Maryland. 

Williams is the only coach to direct programs in the 
three most powerful conferences in college basketball - 
the Atlantic Coast, Big East and Big Ten. During Will- 
iams' combined 18 years in those three conferences, the 
notional 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 Williams File 



Coaching Exp£ri£nce 

1979-82 American University, Head Coach 

1983-86 Boston College, Head Coach 

1987-89 Ohio State University, Head Coach 

1990-present University of Maryland, Head Coach 



Yeak-B 


y-Year Head Co aching Record 










Yeor 


School 


Overall Record/Conf. Finish 


Postseason Play 




1978-79 


American 


\AAZI7-A (4th) 








1979-80 


American 


13-14/5-6 (5th) 








1980-81 


American 


24-6/11-0 (1st) 


NIT, 0-1 


NIT First Round 




1981-82 


American 


21-9/8-3 (3rd) 


NIT, 0-1 


NIT First Round 




1982-83 


Boston College 


25-7/12-4 (Tl St) 


NCAA, 1-1 


NCAA Regional Semis • "Sweet 16' 




1983-84 


Boston College 


18-12/8-8 (4th) 


NIT, 1-1 


NIT Second Round 


1984-85 


Boston College 


20-11/7-9 (6th) 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA Midwest Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


1985-86 


Boston College 


13-15/4-12 (7th) 






1986-87 


Ohio State 


2ai3/9 9 (6th) 


NCAA, 1-1 


NCAA Second Round 


1987-88 


Ohio State 


20-13/9-9 (6th) 


NIT, 4-1 


NIT Finalist 


1988-89 


Ohio State 


19-15/6-12 (8th) 


NIT, 2-1 


NIT Quarterfinals 


1989-90 


Maryland 


19-14/6-8 (T5th) 


NIT, 1-1 


NIT Second Round 


1990-91 


Maryland 


16-12/5-9 (7th) 






1991-92 


Maryland 


14-15/5-11 (8th) 






1992-93 


Maryland 


12-16/2-14 (8th) 






1993-94 


Maryland 


18-12/8 


-8 (T4th) 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA Midwest Regional Semis • "Sweet 16 


1994-95 


Maryland 


26-8/12 


-4(Tlst) 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA West Regional Semis • "Sweet 16" 


1995-96 


Maryland 


17-13/8 


-8 (T 4th) 


NCAA, 0-1 


NCAA West Regional 


1996-97 


Maryland 


21-11/9 


-7 (T4th) 


NCAA, ai 


NCAA Southeast Regional 


1997-98 


Maryland 


21-11/1 


0-6 (3rd) 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA West Regional Semis • "Sweet 16" 


1998-99 


Maryland 


28-6/13-3 (2nd) 


NCAA, 2-1 


NCAA South Regional Semis • "Sweet 16" 


1999-00 


Maryland 


25-10/11-5 (2nd) 


NCAA, 1-1 


NCAA Midwest Regional • Second Round 


4 Years 


At American 


7242 (.6311/31-13 (.705) 






4 Years 


At Boston College 


7645 (.6281/31-33 (.721) 






3 Years 


At Ohio State 


59-41 (.5901/24-30 (.467) 






1 1 Years 


At Maryland 


217-128 (.629)/89-83 (.5171 






22 Years 


Overall 


424-256 1.624J/175-158 1.5261 









Coaching Honors 

• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 2000 (College Hoops Illustrated) 

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

• Noismith 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 

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

• District Coach of the Year, 1981 

International Experience 

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

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

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

Playing Experience 

• 1964-67, University of Maryland, basketball lelterwinner 

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

Playing Honors 

• Maryland team captain, 1967 

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

• Member 1965 Sugar Bowl Tournament championship team 

• Member 1966 Charlotte Invitational Tournament championship team 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, 1968, B.S. in business; Collingswood (N.J.) High School, 1964 

Dote of Birth: March 4, 1945 in Collingswood, N.J. 

Family: Daughter: Kristin (30), Son-in-law: Geoff, Grandson: David Geoffrey born (11-15-99) 



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Williams with his daughter Kristin and grandson David 



the Terps' starting point guard from 1 964-67 under head 
coach Bud Millikan. He served as team captain during 
his senior season, it was as a player in the ACC that 
Williams developed his basketball philosophy. He stud- 
ied the gome under Millikan, and it was then that he de- 
veloped his penchant for the full-court pressure defenses 
for which his teams are now known. He learned his half 
court man-to-man defense from Millikan, who learned from 
the legendary Honk Iba. The fast-breaking offense that 
Williams' teams employ is similar to the style Vic Bubas' 
Duke teams used when Williams was a player. 

Williams began his coaching career as a graduate 
student ot Maryland under a future boss, Tom Davis. Wil- 
liams was Davis' assistant coach for the Maryland fresh- 
man team during the 1969 season. The team finished 
with a 12-4 record. 

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

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

Williams immediately began making his mark. His 
1981 squad set the still-standing school record for victo- 
ries with 24-6 mark, won the East Coast Conference 
championship, and played in the NIT. Williams was 
named the district coach of the year. American returned 
to postseason play the next season as the Williams-led 



Eagles went 21-9 and played in the MIT for the second 
consecutive year. Only once prior to Williams' arrival 
hod AU gone to a postseason tournament, and the Eagles 
hove 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 season 
chompionship of the Big East in his first season. Making 
his first appearance in the NCAA Tournament, Williams 
directed the Eagles to the "Sweet 1 6." He finished third in 
the balloting for notional coach of the year, and was hon- 
ored as the Eostern Coach of the Year by his peers. He 
went on to duplicate that NCAA Tournament success again 
in )985, when he again led Boston College to the "Sweet 
16." 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching job 
at Ohio State, becoming the 1 Olh basketball coach in thai 
school's illustrious history. He succeeded Eldon Miller and 
once again enjoyed success. In three years, the Buckeyes 
made three postseason appearances. His first squad de- 
feated then-No. 1 and unbeaten Iowa (coached by Tom 
Dovis) in the regular season, in what would be the first of 
many gionl-killings. During Williams' three-yeor term at 
Ohio State, OSU defeated a second-ranked Purdue teom, 
perennial power Kansas and highly regarded Big Ten pow- 
ers Michigan and Illinois. Each ot Williams' three Ohio 
State teams advanced to postseason ploy, and he laid 
the groundwork tor the highly successful teams that fol 
lowed when he left Columbus for College Pork. 



WiLUAMs' Milestone Victories 


Victor # 


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 Green, 89-52 


Ohio Slate 


No. 200 


Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio Stole 


No. 250 


#10 North Carolina, 82-80 Maryland 


No. 300 


at NC Slate, 84-67 


Maryland 


No. 350 


#13Clemson, 76-61 


Maryland 


No 400 


San Francisco, 71-61 


Moryland 



NCAA Tournament Success 

Three Different Teams Token to The NCAA Tournament 

Coach Teams 

Dave Bliss Oklahoma, SMU, New Mexico 

Don DeVoe Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Navy 

Lefty Driesell Davidson, Maryland, James Madison 

Eddie Fogler Wichito St., Vanderbilt, South Carolina 

Jim Harrick Pepperdine, UCLA, Rhode Island 

Lon Kruger Kansas Stole, Florida, Illinois 

Tubby Smith Tulsa, Georgia, Kentucky 

Gary Williams .. Boston College, Ohio State, Maryland 



Consecutive NCAA Appearances 


Current Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances 


No. Coach 


School 


Years 


16 Lute Olson 


Arizona 


1985-99 


14 Bob Knight 


Indiana 


1986-99 


1 1 John Chaney 


Temple 


1990-99 


11 Roy Williams 


Kansas 


1990-99 


9 Bob Huggins 


Cincinnati 


1992-99 


8 Gene Keady 


Purdue 


1993-99 


7 Gary Williams 


Maryland 


1994-99 


7 Kelvin Sampson 


Washington St 






and Oklahoma 


1994-99 


7 Tubby Smith 


Tulsa, Georgia 






and Kentucky 


1994-99 



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Turnaround Under Williams 


Second 6 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) 


10-6(625) 


1998-99 


28-6(824) 


13-3 (.813) 


1999-00 


25-10 (.714) 


11-5 (.688) 


Totals 


138-5917011 


63-33 1.656) 


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 


12-16 (.429) 


2-14(125) 


1993-94 


18-12(600) 


8-8 (500) 


Totals 


79-69 (.533} 


26-501.3421 



Williams 


VS. THE 


ACC 


School 


Last 4 Years Last 6 Years 


Clemson 


5-3 


9-4 


Duke 


2-7 


5-9 


Florida State 


9-1 


12-2 


Georgia Tech 


8-1 


10-4 


North Carolina 


5-5 


7-8 


NC State 


8-2 


12-2 


Virginia 


6-2 


9-3 


Woke Forest 


4-4 


5-7 


Totals 


47-25 


69-39 




.653 


.639 



Williams' 


Top 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 


1999-00 


25 




10 


.714 


Maryland 


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 


1999-00 


25 




10 


.714 


Maryland 


1981-82 


21 




9 


.700 


American 




fiu The Sagarin Power Rankings 


Sagarin Power Rankings (Last 5 Years) 


Year Schedule Ranking 


Team Ronking 


1995 19 


8 


1996 16 


28 


1997 15 


11 


1998 1 


11 


1999 22 


5 


2000 21 


24 




RIN 

mgs t 
3nkin 

WSluamTin Overtim^ 

at American (4-2) 

Dec. 28, 1978 American 98 vs. Stetson 94 (20T) 

Dec. 29, 1978 American 85 vs. Central Florida 83 (OT) 

Jan. 13, 1979 American 83 vs. Bucknell 85 (20T) 

Jan. 15, 1979 American 89 vs. G. Washington 91 (OT) 

Feb, 24, 1981 ... American 84 vs. St. Joseph's (Pa.) 83 (OT) 
Feb. 2, 1982 American 65 vs. William & Mary 64 (OT) 

at Boston College (0-0) 

None 

at Ohio State (1-2) 

Dec. 29, 1986 Ohio State 79 vs. Kansas 78 (OT) 

Feb. 27, 1988 ... Ohio State 77 vs. Michigan State 78 (OT) 
Mar 23, 1989 .... Ohio State 80 vs. St. John's 83 (OT) - NIT 



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The Williams' Influence ,,.^^ 

Former Assistants Now in Charge 
Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Gory 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 Univer- 
sity of Texas. 

Paul Brazeau 

Assistant to Gory Williams for one year at Boston Col- 
lege and three years at Ohio State. Currently the head 
coach ot the University of Hartford. 

Fran Dunphy 

Assistant to Gary Williams at American University. Cur- 
rently 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 ond St. 
John's University. Currently the head coach at New 
Mexico. 

Chris Knoche 

Assistant to Gary Williams for two years at American. 
Has been the head coach at American University. Cur- 
rently the Terps' radio color analyst. 

Art Perry 

Assistant to Gary Williams for six years at Maryland. 
Former head coach at American University. Has been 
the head coach at Delaware State. 



Williams In The Postseason 


Event 


GP Won Lost Pet. 


Last Game 


NCAA 


23 


13 10 .565 


1999-00 


NIT 


14 


8 6 .571 


1989-90 


ACC 


19 


9 10 .474 


1999-00 


BIG EAST 


6 


2 4 .333 


1985-86 


East Coast 


7 


3 4 .429 


1981-82 


Totols 


69 


35 34 .507 


1 999-00 



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at Maryland (6-9) 

Feb. 10, 1989 Maryland 111 vs. #14 Duke 114 (OT) 

Mar. 2, 1991 Maryland 78 at Virginia 74 (OT) 

Jan. 18, 1992 Maryland 83 vs. Florida State 91 (OT) 

Nov 15, 1993 Md. 84 at #15 Georgetown 83 (OT) 

Mar 11, 1995... Md. 92 vs. #2 N.Carolina 97 (OT)- ACC 

Jan. 6, 1996 Md. 86 vs. #16 N. Carolina 88 (OT) 

Jan. 20, 1996 Maryland 77 vs. NC State 74 (OT) 

Dec. 30, 1996 Maryland 65 vs. Georgia 73 (OT) 

Nov. 14, 1997 Maryland 72 vs. South Carolina 76 (OT) 

Dec. 4, 1997 Maryland 65 at Clemson 78 (OT) 

Jan, 14, 1998 Md. 89 vs. #1 North Carolina 83 (OT) 

Mar 7, 1998 Md. 73 vs. #4 N. Carolina 83 (OT) - ACC 

Jan. 29, 1999 Maryland 81 at Clemson 79 (OT) 

Dec. 7, 1999 Maryland 76 vs. Winthrop 65 (0T| 

Mar. 4, 2000 Maryland 87 at Virginta 89 (OT) 



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Williams On and Off The Court 




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Gary Williams being concratulateo by Maryland 
President Dr. CD. "Dan" Mote. 



Gary Williams has been a regular chat guest on 
E5PN.coM throughout the last two seasons. 




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



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



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Gary Williams shows off his colf skills at his 

ANNUAL summer OUTINC. 



Gary Williams and Joe Smith present Cal Ripken, Jr. 
WITH ONE OF Smith's jerseys at Oriole Park. 




Gary Williams was a guest analyst on ESPN's NCAA Tournament Preview Show at the ESPN Zone 
Restaurant in Baltimore. 



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?ary Williams' Charity Work 



.-QACHES VS. Cancer 

of the many charities that Coach Gary Willioms 
is involved with, one thai is very special to him is the 
Cooches vs. Cancer Three-Point Attack. Since 1996, 
Gary Williams has served on the Coaches Council, 
o 1 5-member board that serves as the governing body 
for Coaches vs. Cancer. 

The program is a partnership between the Na- 
tional 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 ser- 
vices, and prevention education. 

Coaches vs. Cancer utilizes a Three-Point Attack 
that combines pledges from fans with their team's 
three-point baskets mode throughout the season. 

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

For the lost two years, Coach Williams has 
hosted a charity basketball game at Cole Field House 
to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 

The gome has included former Maryland bos- 
ketball stars Len Elmore, Tom McMillen, Duone 
Simpkins, and Buck Williams. Other participants have 
included former Maryland football player and NFL 
quorterbock Boomer Esiason, Maryland track Ail- 
American and NFL receiver Renoldo Nehemioh, 
former Redskins Jeff Boslic and Charles Mann, former 
Washington Bullets stars Phil Chenier and Kevin 
Grevey, former Dallas Cowboy Calvin Hill, tennis star 
Pom Shriver, Maryland legislators Thomas "Mike" 
Miller and Steny Hoyer, nationally-renowned sports 
columnists John Feinstein and Frank Deford, Terrapin 
play-by-play voices Johnny Hollidoy and Chris 
Knoche, and "Meet The Press" host Tim Russerl. 

The inaugural event occurred on April 27, 1999. 
Last year's second annual event took place on May 
4, 20G0 with Williams and Feinstein as opposing 
coaches. 




Gary Williams and Boomer Esiason present a check to the Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation with journalist Frank Deford directing the ceremony. 




Gary Williams with participants at the 2000 BEiyEFiT came for the 
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 




John Feinstein and Gary Williams 
discuss coaching strategies. 



Gary Williams giving some coaching advice to Boomer Esiason and 
teammates during the game. 



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Gary Williams and Boomer Esiason have worked together to fight the 

BATTLE against CySTIC FIBROSIS. 




Gary Williams discusses 
strategies with media and alums 
preparing for his annual charity 

CAME. 



Gary Williams with "friends df the program" Keith 
Neff, Jeff Maynor. Bruce Laird and Ed Pyne. 




Gary Williams chatting with former Washington 
Bullets General Manager Bob Ferry and I 97 Gs 
Terp scoring star Jim O'Brien. 



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0-01 MARYLAHO BASKETBALL 



flahn 



Associate Head Coach 



(Maryland '751 

I 2th Year at Maryland 



Billy Hahn, who has played on integral role in the 
outstanding success of the Maryland basketball program, 
is in his I2lh season on heod coach Gory Williams' staff. 
He became o member of the Terps' staff in July, 1989 as 
he was the first assistant hired by Willionns after he was 
named head coach. 

Hahn was named ossociote head coach in 1997. He 
serves cs one of Maryland's two primary recruiters and is 
the Terps' chief opponent scout in oddilion to his on-the- 
floor coaching and administrative duties. 

Hahn is one of only two players in Maryland basket- 
ball history to ploy and coach in the NCAA Tournament. 
He has also been a part of the two winningesi teams in 
school history. He ployed on Maryland's 1974-75 team 
that finished with 24-5 record (82.8 winning percentage) 
and coached Maryland's 1 998-99 team that won a school- 
record 28 games and hod o 28-6 record (82.4 winning 
percentage). 

Hohn's recruiting successes hove helped Maryland 
enter the ranks of the elite in college basketball. His enthu- 
siastic altitude and loyalty to the University of Moryland 
make him a magnificent ombossodor for the program. 

He has earned the reputation as one of the lop re- 
cruiters in the notion as evidenced by Morylond's turn- 
around during his tenure. The Terps have played in a school- 
record seven consecutive NCAA Tournaments, finished 
fourth or higher in ihe ACC regular seoson standings in o 
near school-record seven consecutive seasons, and estab- 
lished school records for overall victories (28 in 1998-99) 
ond ACC victories in o seoson (13 in 1998-99). 

The Terps are one of only two teams in the ACC (also 
North Corolino) and one of only 1 teoms notionolly which 
hove played in each of the lost seven NCAA Tournaments. 
In oddilion, Maryland is one of only five programs nation- 
ally to advance to the "Sweet 1 6" in at least four of the lost 
seven seosons. 

Hohn's tireless work os o recruiter has attracted na- 
tionally ranked recruiting classes to College Pork in each 
of the lost eight seasons. Clork Froncis of HoopScoop maga- 
zine ranked Maryland's 1 998 recruiting doss as the third- 
best in the notion and eoch of Maryland's lost five classes 
hove ranked among the nation's top 20. 

A veteran in the collegiote coaching ronks, Hohn's 
26 yeors of collegiate coaching experience is evident in 
oil ospects of his professional life. His recruiting plans ore 
well thought out and his scouting reports ore omong the 
best in the notion. Maryland is one of the most prepared 
teoms in the country eoch time it takes the court. 

His hard work and dedication as a recruiter has pro- 
pelled him into the spotlight. Hahn was named one of the 
top 10 recruiters in the eastern United Stales by Eastern 



Basketball. Said EB: "The former head cooch at Ohio 
University helped corrol the Terps' 1996 senior class which 
was the bockbone of Maryland's reversal of fortunes." 

The Terps' roster of players during his career at Mary- 
land reflects his recruiting prowess. Hohn's notional and 
local recruiting knowledge helped in the evaluation of 
former All-ACC ployers Exree Hipp, Mario Lucas, Johnny 
Rhodes ond Duane Simpkins ■ four players who helped 
Maryland return to the Top 10 and the national spotlight. 
Hahn was instrumental In recruiting Morylond's class of 
1999 - class that included Loron Prohl, Terrell Stokes 
and Obinno 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. Morylond's 1998 
class included Francis ond McDonald's All-Americon Donny 
Miller. Lost season's roster included three players - Steve 
Bloke, Tohj Holden ond Drew Nicholas - who were all- 
slate high school performers, and this seoson's roster odds 
North Carolina blue<hipper Chris Wilcox 

Prior to joining the Terps' stoff, Hahn wos the heod 
coach ot Ohio University for three years. He compiled o 
42-45 record and posted two winning regulor seasons He 
led Ohio to the Mid-Americon Conference Tournoment 
championship game in 1988 He recruited and coached 



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Paul Graham, the MAC Ployer-of-the-Yeor in 1989. During 
his head cooching tenure, 100 percent of his senior ploy 
ers earned their degrees. 

His cooching expertise was also on display in 1995 
when he filled in forGory Williams, who missed four gomes 
with pneumonia. It was during this time that Hohn drew 
notionwide praise as he guided the Terps to a 2-2 record 
He coached the Terps to o 94-92 victory at Duke, o 7 1 -64 
victory over Florida State in the first round of the ACC Tour- 
nament, and into overtime against No. 2 ranked North 
Corolino in the ACC tournament semifinals and against 
Virginia during the regular season. Morylond's victory over 
Duke clinched a lie for the ACC regular season chompion- 
ship. 

Hahn began his college coaching career immediately 
following his playing days at Maryland. His hrst stop come 
at Morris Horvey College in West Virginio (1975-76). He 
moved on to Davidson College (1976-77) ond the Univer 
sity of Rhode Island (1977-80) and served six years as on 
ossistont at Ohio. He became the heod cooch at Ohio in 
1986. At each of his hrst three cooching stops, he success- 
fully recruited and coached future NBA draft choices. 

Prior to his oppointment as head coach at Ohio in 
1986, he was on assistant cooch at Ohio under Danny 




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Nee. He served as the Bobcats' primary recruiter during 
that span and landed the school's all-time leading 
rebounder ond oil-time assist leader. Hohn recruited and 
coached two future NBA draft choices ond the 1985 MAC 
Player-of-the-Year. While Hahn was on assistant, Ohio 
posted school-record four 20-win seasons, won two con- 
ference tournament championships, earned two trips to the 
NCAA Tournament ond played in one NIT. 

Hahn is a 1975 graduate of the University of Mary- 
land. While on undergraduate, he was a three-year var- 
sity letterwinner on three of the best basketball teams Mary- 
land has fielded. He wos a freshman in 1971-72 when the 
Terps won the National Invitation Tournament; he was a 
key reserve on the team that lost what is considered to be 
the greatest game in ACC history (Maryland's 103-100 
overtime setback against NC State in 1974), and he was 
captain 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 Tournament. 

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

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

Hahn and his wife Kothi were married on June 25, 
1976; they have two children, a son, Matthew (22) and 
daughter, Ashley (17). 

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



The Hahn File 



Coaching Experience 

1976 Morris Harvey College, Assistant Coach 

1977 Davidson College, Assistant Coach 
1978-80 University of Rhode Island, Assistant Coach 
1981-86 Ohio University, Assistant Coach 
1986-89 Ohio University, Head Coach 

1990-97 University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

1998-p.re5ent University of Maryland, Associate Heod Coach 

Year-By-Year Head Coachinc Record 

Year School 

1986-87 Ohio University 

1987-88 Ohio University 

1988-89 Ohio University 

3 Years Overall 



Overall Record/Conf. Finish 

14-14/6-10 (T7th) 
16-14/9-7 (3rd) 
1 21 7/7-9 (T7th) 
42-46/22-26 



Postseason Play 



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Assistant Coachinc Positions 

Year School Team Accomplishments 

1 975-76 Morris Harvey 

1976-77 Davidson 



1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 

1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 

1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994 95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 



Rhode Island 
Rhode Island 
Rhode Island 

Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 

Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 



NCAA Tournament, East Regional • ECAC New England Champions 
NIT, 1 st Round, Motor City Classic Champions 
Marquette City Classic Champions 

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

NCAA Tournament, Mideast Regional • MAC Championship 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional • MAC Championship 
NIT, 1st Round 

NIT 2nd Round 



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

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

NCAA Tournament, West Regional 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

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

NCAA Tournament, Midwest Regional 



International Experience 

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

• Six-game, nine-day tour of Germony 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) 

Playinc Experience 

• 1972-1975, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

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

Playinc Honors 

• Maryland Team Captain, 1975 

• Alvin 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 

Personal 

Education: University of Morylond, 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 (22) and daughter Ashley (17) 



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Assistant Coach 



(Maryland '90) 

5th Year at Maryland 



Dave Dickerson's four-year tenure as on ossislant 
cooch at Maryland hos coincided with four of tfie most 
successful years in tfie fiistory of the program. Tfie Terps 
fiave made four NCAA Tournament appearances, fin- 
istied in the top holf of the ACC four times and been 
ranked among the nation's top 10 each season. Dur- 
ing Dickerson's first four years, Maryland posted a 95- 
38 record (.714 winning percentage). 

Overall, Dickerson's ten-year coaching career has 
resulted in 10 straight winning seasons and five 
postseason oppeorances. 

Dickerson joined head coach Gary Willioms' staff 
prior to the 1996-97 season and immediately began 
putting his stamp onto the program. During his first sea- 
son, 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. I North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas. 

In 1998-99, Maryland won a school-record 28 
gomes, a school-record 1 3 ACC games and once again 
advoncedtothe "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament. 
During the season, the Terps captured championships 
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 re- 
cruiters has been a major part of Maryland's accom- 
plishments on the court. Each of his first three recruiting 
classes were 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 posi- 
tions. In 2000, Dickerson helped land Raleigh, N.C., 
sensation Chris Wilcox. 

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 
fourth in ACC Player-ot-the-Yeor voting last season. 

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 assistant 




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 o 20-8 record and a school-record winning 
percentage of 71 .4. The 20 wins are tied for the sec- 
ond-highest total in school history. Radford, which en- 
joyed winning seasons during each of his four years 
there, enjoyed the best four-year period in its history 
while Dickerson wos an assistant. 

It was also at Radford that Dickerson began to 
moke his mark as a bench coach. Radford goined na- 
tional acclaim and became one of the most successful 



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programs in the Big South Conference during 
Dickerson's tenure. Radford defeated Louisiana Stote, 
73-72, on Dec. 30, 1 993 to gain the biggest victory in 
school history. The Highlanders scored the game-win- 
ning basket with 2 8 seconds remoining in the game 
just after ISU had token its first lead of the second half. 
Dickerson wos the assistant coach in charge of scout- 
ing LSU. 

Dickerson played forward at Maryland from 
1986-89 ond earned four varsity letters. He was co- 
coptain OS a senior in 1989. Dickerson saw action in 
the 1986 and 1989 NCAA Tournaments and was a 



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member of three teams that advanced to the ACC Tour- 
nament semifinals. The Terps won 19 games his fresh- 
man year and 18 during his junior season. Dickerson 
was a starter on the 1989 team that became the first 
No. 8 seed to defeat a No. 1 seed in the ACC Tourna- 
ment when the Terps knocked off NC State. 

In 1989, Dickerson earned his bachelor's degree 
in government and politics from Maryland. Soon after 
graduation he began his coaching career on the staff 
of Gardner Webb University in North Carolina. After 
a year at Gardner Webb he joined former Maryland 
head coach Lefty Driesell atjames Madison for a 1992 
season which culminated in a bid to the NIT. 

From 1993-96, Dickerson was on assistant coach 
at Radford, where he began constructing his sparkling 
reputation under former Maryland assistant 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. Dove is married to the former 
Ms. Laurette Newsom. Laurette is a 1991 graduate of 
Maryland. The couple gave birth to their first child, 
David III on Oct. 19,2000. 



The Dickerson File 



COACHINC ExPERieNCE 

1 990-91 Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 

1991-92 James Madison University, Assistant Coach 

1993-96 Radford University, Assistant Coach 

1997-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 

Year School Team Accomplishments 

1990-91 Gardner Webb South Atlantic Conf. Tourn. Finals 

1991-92 James Madison Colonial Athletic Assoc. Tourn. Finals • NIT First Round 



1992-93 Radford 

1993-94 Radford 

1994-95 Radford 

1995-96 Radford 

1996-97 Maryland 

1997-98 Maryland 

1998-99 Maryland 

1999-00 Maryland 



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

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

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

NCAA Tournament, Midwest Regional 



Playing Experience 

• 1985-89, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

Playing Honors 

• 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), son David III (born Oct. 19, 2000) 







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Patsos 



Assistant Coach 



(Catholic '891 

I 0th Year at Maryland 



Jimmy Patsos is in his 10th season as an assistant 
coach on the University of Maryland basketball staff. 
During his tenure under head coach Gary Willioms, 
the Terps have played in seven NCAA Tournaments, 
advanced to the "Sweet 16" four times, finished in the 
top half of the Atlantic Coast Conference seven times, 
won one ACC regular season championship and aver- 
aged nearly 20 wins per season. In addition, three 
players (Walt Williams in 1992, Joe Smith in 1995and 
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 selections 
Williams, Smith, Francis and Keith Booth (Chicago 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 deport- 
ment and many of the professors on campus. 

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

Prior to his appointment to Williams' staff at Mary- 
land, Patsos was the assistant coach at Archbishop 
Carroll High School in Washington, D.C. He helped 
Carroll to a 2 1 -8 record and a national ranking of No. 
6 during his first season. The team lost to the famed 
DeMatho Catholic High School in the city playoffs to 
end their stellar season. Patsos was involved in the 
maturation of Charles Harrison (Wake Forest) and 
Lawrence Moten (Syracuse), both of whom became 
stars on the collegiate level. 

Patsos also coordinates the public speaking en- 
gagements of the Terps' players. Each summer, Patsos 
serves as the director of the Gary Williams bosketboll 
camp at the University of Maryland. The camp annu- 
ally draws participants from around the world and is 
the showcase camp on the eostern seaboard. In his 
role OS camp director, Patsos coordinates counselor 




management, facility and participont scheduling, hous- 
ing, meals and guest speakers. The five sessions dur- 
ing the summer of 2000 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 Pennsylvania during the sum- 
mer 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 lote Jock Bruen, who loter led Colgate 
University to a pair of NCAA Division I Tournament 
appearances. 

Catholic won four regulor-seoson tournament 
championships during Patsos' coreer, including the 
1989 Manhottonville Tournament. Potsos scored a 
coreer-high \7 points and grabbed a career-high 14 
rebounds in the championship gome to lead the Cardi- 
nals to 106-99 victory over Manhottonville. Other 
top games during his senior season included )2 points 



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and five rebounds against Frostburg State, 10 rebounds 
at Scranton and 12 points and nine rebounds against 
St. Mary's (Md.). 

As a junior, Patsos recorded season highs of 14 
points against Upsalo 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 o 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. 

Potsos' teannmate 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 baseball 
team to the 1981 NCAA Division II World Series cham- 
pionship. 



The Patsos File 



CoACHiNc Experience 

1989-1991 Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) High School, Assistant Coach 

1992-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coachinc Positions 



Year 

1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 



School 

Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Moryland 
Maryland 
Maryland 



Team Accomplishments 



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

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

NCAA Tournament, West Regional 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

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

NCAA Tournament, Midwest Regional 



International Experience 

• 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 

Playing Experience 

• 1986-89, Catholic University, basketball letterwinner 

Playinc Honors 

• Catholic team captain, 1989 

Personal 

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




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l^ainwright 




Director of Basketball Operations 



(Marylano '90) 

5th Year at Maryland 



Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball op- 
erations, is in his fifth year as a member of head cooch 
Gary Williams' staff. He is on essential part of the suc- 
cess of the team, both on and off the court, and is re- 
sponsible for the administration of the boskelboll office. 




Wainwright is responsible for all internal opera- 
tions of the basketball program and serves as a liaison 
to the athletic deportment including Deborah Yow, 
Maryland's director of athletics. He is involved in the 
day-to-day operations of the team, including budget- 
ary matters, team travel, on<ampus housing ond din- 
ing contracts. In addition, Wainwright is responsible 
tor non-conference scheduling and works with the con- 
ference 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 
four times, advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Tour- 
nament four times, and hove averaged more than 23 
wins a season during his four seasons with the Terps. 
In both 1998 and 1999 the Terps advanced to the 
"Sweet 16"oftheNCAATournoment. In 1999, Mary- 
land won a school-record 28 gomes 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 finol notional polls. 

Among Woinwright's chief responsibilities is the 
coordination of team travel plans. Wainwright coordi- 
nates oil transportation (air and ground) as well as hotel 
accommodations. During his tenure, Woinwright has 
successfully coordinated travel to four NCAA Tourna- 
ments, four ACC Tournaments, Hawaii and Puerto Rico 
as well as every regular season game. 

Wainwright is the tournament director for the an- 



nual Gary Williams golf tournament that raises money 
to endow scholarships for the basketball program. The 
tournament hos raised more than $ 100,000 during the 
four years since Woinwright's arrival. As tournament 
director, Wainwright helps solicit sponsorships ond play- 
ers, and helps with course management on the day of 
the event. In addition, he coordinates team and indi- 
vidual player scoring and the silent auction. 

He olso serves as the co-director of the Gary 
Williams basketball camp each summer. He helps co- 
ordinote virtually every aspect of the camp including 
housing, meols and camp speakers. The 2000 Gary 
Williams camp was the largest in its history as it at- 
tracted 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 
on account manager with the Washington Bullets from 
1992-1994 and os an advertising account executive 
at the Washington Times hom 1994-96. 

Wainwright served as head manager for the bas- 
ketball team during Williams' first season at Maryland, 
1990. He accompanied the Terps as they advanced 
to the second round of the 1990 National Invitation 
Tournament. He served as the team's ossistont man- 
ager for the three years preceding Williams' arrival in 
College Park. 



The Wainwright File 



ExPERieivce 

1996-present University of Maryland, Director of Basketball Operations 



Operations Positions 

Year School 

1996-97 Morylond 
1997-98 Maryland 
1998-99 Maryland 
1999-00 Maryland 



Team Accomplishments 

NCAA Tournament, Southeast Regional 

NCAA Tournament, West Regional • NCAA "Sweet 16" 

NCAA Tournoment, South Regionol Semifinals • NCAA "Sweet 16' 

NCAA Tournament, Midwest Regional 



Previous Experience 

• 1986-90, University of Morylond, Team Monager 

Personal 

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



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Bush 



Assistant Athletic Trainer 



(Florida State 'G91 
S9th Year at Maryland 



J J. Bush returns as the athletic trainer for Gary Wil- 
liams and the Terps nnen's basketball program. Bush is 
in his eighth season working with the men's basketball 
program. This is his second stint working with the pro- 
gram, OS he was the team's trainer from 1972-1976, 

As the trainer for the basketball team, Bush coordi- 
nates the daily medical treatments for all the players 
and supervises all rehabilitative efforts in case of in- 
jury. 

Bush came to the university in 1 972 as an assistant 
trainer and has been honored with a 25-Year Service 
Award from the university. He began working immedi- 
ately 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 advanced kinesiology course on care and 
prevention of athletic injuries for the University, and is o 
frequent lecturer throughout the Mid-Atlantic region of 
the United States on the latest training methods. 

Bush is active in the National Athletic Trainers As- 
sociation, and has worked extensively within the orga- 
nization on improving athletic training methods. He has 
served on the governmental affairs committee at the 
national level and is a post president of the Maryland 
Athletic Trainers Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Flo., Bush, 53, gradu- 
ated from Florida State University in 1969, He and his 
wife Gina hove two children, Brandon and Jordan. 





Bowie 



Equipment Manager 



I 2th Year at Maryland 



John Bowie, who has accompanied the Terps to 
eight postseason tournaments, is in his 12th 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 basketball, 
volleyball, Softball, wrestling and men's and women's 
swimming teams. 

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

The North Brentwood, Md., native is a graduate 
of DuVal High School. He and his wife of 12 years, 
Marsha, have two children: Darrin, 12, and Adrian, 11, 




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Strength & Conoitioinc Coach 



(Maryland '951 

2nd Year at Maryland 



Former University of Moryland men's basketball 
team captain Kurtis Shultz is in his second season os 
the strength and conditioning coach for the men's bas- 
ketball team. Shultz came to Maryland from Loyolo 
College (Md.) where he had worked the last four years. 
At Loyola he instituted a strenuous off-season kick-box- 
ing 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 Tournament 
teams. He was a member of Maryland's 1994 and 
1 995 teams which advanced to the "Sweet 1 6" of the 
NCAA Tournament. He was a forward on the Terps' 
basketball team after playing two years at DeMatho 



High School under the legendary Morgan Wootten 
He also played tight end and defensive back for the 
Stags' footboll team. 

He has established a thriving personal training, 
body-building and self-defense business in the Baltimore 
oreo. Shultz has been on avid weightlifter and body 
builder since his pre-college days. 

Shullz also worked with the Baltimore Thunder of 
the National Lacrosse League and currently works with 
the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL. He has been a private 
trainer to Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis 

In addition to his duties at Marylond, Shutiz is re- 
sponsible for strength and conditioning for four sports 
at Johns Hopkins University. 



Men's Basketball Support Staff 
Cleo Long-Thomas 



Administrative Assistant to the 

Head Coach 

I I TH Year at Maryland 

Cleo Long-Thomas 
is in her 11th season as 
the administrative assis- 
tant to head coach Gory 
Williams. She coordi- 
nates the professional 
schedules of coach Wil- 
liams and the assistant 
coaching staff. In addi- 
tion, she is responsible 
for the overall adminis- 
tration and the day-to-day managerial duties of the bas- 
ketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordinotes 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 doily practice plans for the 
coaching staff. Long-Thomas plans and coordinates the 
Terps' onnuol honors banquet including oil invitations, 




decorations, seoting and banquet room setup. She also 
arranges the senior day activities at the finol home 
game of the season each year. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the 
proud parents of three children; Tyrone, 32, Jabari, 26, 
and Raven, 17. Sheolsohostwogrondchildren, TJ., 4 
and Jovan (born July 4, 2000). 

Carole Bucco 

Administrative Assistant to the 
Assistant Coaches 
2no Year at Maryland 

Carole Bucco is in 
her second year work- 
ing with the University 
of Maryland men's 
basketball program 
serving as the odminis- 
trotive assistant to the 
assistant coaches for 
recruiting. 

Bucco coordi 
nates all recruiting cor- 
respondence end mail-outs to prospective members of 
the team. In addition, she assists the coaches in prepa- 





ration of scouting reports throughout the season. She is 
also responsible for assisting the coordination, planning 
and registration of the annual Gory 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 
Maryland 

Carole and her husband. Bill, currently reside in 
Highland, Md. 

Jennifer Taylor 

Office Assistant 

3rd Year at Maryland 

Jennifer Taylor 
serves as an office oide 
to the basketball staff. 

She is in her third 
year working with the 
men's basketball team. 

Toylor recently com- 
pleted her master's de- 
gree in school counseling 
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On Morris 

An All-America candidote os one of the most versatile ploy 
ers in college baskelboll one of America's most com- 
plete players .,, one of 12 top collegians selected to o 
USA Select Team to compete against the US, Olympic 
Team m an NBC-televised exhibition on Sept. 2 ... scored 
II points OS one of three college stars in double figures .. 
shot 4 of 8 against the Dream Teom, including 3 of 5 be- 
yond the arc ... heralded by several preseoson magazines 
mcluding Dick Vitole's College Basketball Preview at the 
top swing forward in the nation ... joins teammates Juan 
Dixon ond Lonny Baxter os preseason candidates for the 
Noismith and Wooden Ployerofthe Year Awards ... unani- 
mous hrst or second team preseason All-American ... mem- 
ber of the Playboy All-America Team entering his senior 
season ... honorable mention All-America pick after each 
of his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... AII-ACC 
second team following his junior season, AII-ACC first team 
after his sophomore campaign ... enters his final college 
season among Maryland career charts in blocks (5th| 
steals (10th), 3FGs |10lh), rebounds (16th) and points 
1 19th) ... surpassed 1,000 career points against Duke on 
Jan. 9, 2000 and ended his junior campaign with 1,288 
career points in 100 coreer gomes (12.9 per gome) ,, 
just the 15th player in Maryland history to reoch 1,000 
points before or during his junior season . . . multiple blocked 
shots in 41 of 68 gomes over the lost two seosons ... three 
or more blocks in 29 of those games ... finished second in 
ACC blocked shots os a junior and third as a sophomore 
-. "Do-Everylhing " talent whose greotest contributions 
might not be viewed in the boxscore ... unselhsh player 
whose efforts last season helped develop the talents of 
teommotes lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon ... presents 
matchup problems at the forward position because of his 
speed ond quick footwork ... uses his quickness to take 
ployers outside where he is comfortable on defense and 
uses his foot speed to beot a post-up defender to his favor- 
ite spot on the floor ... drew comparison by on opposing 
ACC coach last season to NBA all-star Scottie Pippen. 

Williams on Morris 

"Every once in o while you hove o player where you don't 
see ony ceiling to his game. Terence has a chance to be 
great, and I don't soy that about a lot of players, Terence 
was the guy lost year who started the season and allowed 
us to get off to a good start. He probobly hod as much 
pressure on him as ony other college bosketboll ployer in 
the country because he was picked player of the year in the 
ACC and hrst teom All-America in the preseason. Really, 



when you looked ot our team at the beginning of lost year, 
there was nobody else that teams really focused on besides 
Terence. Terence took oil that ottention eorly in the yeor, 
and yet he hod great games ogoinst some really good teams. 
And that allowed lonny Baxter ond Juan Dixon to develop 
their game kind of off to the side where people really weren't 
focused on them. To Terence's credit he's completely unself- 
ish. He passed up shots for the other guys' benefit last year 



and did a lot of things leom-wise. I think Terence is one of 
those people who is genuinely happy when the teom wins. 
There are o lot of guys that say they ore, but might not be. I 
think Terence is very happy regardless of what his slots re- 
veol- He is a great passer, too, especiolly for his size. He's 
one of the best possers for o player that size ihot I've ever 
cooched His decision to come bock this year was just a 
very mature decision on his behalf. In other words, he could 




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have gone out and made a lot of money this year, but he 
will be here as a belter player at the end of next season, 
than he was at the end of this past season." 

I 999-00 

34-gome starter who averaged 15.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 
2.4 assists, 2.1 blocks and 1.6 steals per contest ... fin- 
ished in the ACC top ten statistical leaders in rebounds 
(3rd), blocks (4lh), held goal percentage (6th), free throw 
percentage (6th), scoring (7th) and steals (10th) ... honor- 
able mention All-America ... second-team All-ACC ... ACC 
All-Tournament second team ... one of 15 notional finalists 
for the Naismith Award .. preseason ACC Player of the 
Year and first team preseason All-Americo by numerous 
publicotions ... career-high 12 double-doubles ... first Ter- 
rapin player since Joe Smith in 1 995 to post four consecu- 
tive double-doubles ... had 18 points, 11 rebounds vs. Vir- 
ginia on Feb. 2 ... 16 points, 10 rebounds vs. NC State on 
Feb. 6 ... 20 points and 12 boards in landmark victory at 
No. 3 Duke on Feb. 9 ... 17 points, 12 rebounds at No. 

19 Temple ... season-high 25 points vs. Kentucky at Madi- 
son Square Garden fell one point shy of his career-high 
26 the previous season against Kentucky ... career-high 
with six assists twice, vs. Notre Dame and vs. Iowa ... ca- 
reer-high with seven blocks twice, vs. Tulone and vs. Wake 
Forest... career-high five steals at Duke ... scored in double 
hgures in 30 of 34 games ... 10 gomes of 20 points or 
better ... 12 games with at least three blocked shots ... 71 
blocks was second-most by a Maryland junior ... 293 re- 
bounds was third-best by aTerp junior ... streak of 51 con- 
secutive starts and 83 straight gomes was snapped while 
missing the gome at Clemson with an ankle injury. 

I 998-99 

Honorable mention All-America selection and All-ACC first- 
team selection as he averaged 15,3 points and a team- 
leading 7.1 rebounds per gome ... joined former Terp All- 
Americans John Lucas, Tom McMillen and Joe Smith as 
the only Maryland sophomores to eorn All-ACC honors ... 
finished fifth in the voting for ACC Player of the Year in 
1999 ... led Terps in rebounds and blocks (2.3) while fin- 
ishing second in scoring, field goal percentage (.551 ) and 
free throw percentage (.825) ,,. his 77 blocked shots 
marked the second best single-season effort by o Mary- 
land 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 overage ... he blocked 
more shots \77] than Wake Forest did as o team (64) dur- 
ing the 1998-99 season ... season-high six blocked shots 
come ot Virginia on Jon. 7, 1999 ... had three or more 
blocks in 17 games and multiple blocks in 23 of Maryland's 
34 gomes (67.6 percent) ... the only player in school his- 
tory to record bock-to-back double-doubles in points and 
rebounds in the NCAA Tournament ... totaled 18 points 
and 10 rebounds against Valparaiso and 20 points and 
12 rebounds against Creighton ... oil-tournament team se- 
lection at the Puerlo Rico Shootout as he averaged 14.3 
points, 8.7 rebounds and shot 70.8 percent from the held 
(17-of-24) ... the Terps defeated AU Puetio Rico, NCAA 
Tournament porticipont UCLA and Pittsburgh to win the 
tournament chompionship ... scored in double figures in 
28 of Maryland's 34 gomes (82.4 percent) and scored 

20 or more points a career-best eight times ... led the Terps 
in scoring a team and career-high 11 times ... scored 20 
or more points against three different ranked teams ... sea- 
son-high .909 on 10-of-ll shooting from the field against 




DePaul on Dec. 7 . . scored 10 held goals in bock-lo-back 
games against DePaul (22 points) and then No. 5 Ken- 
tucky (26 points) ... 21 consecutive free throws in a seven- 
game stretch from Dec. 7 through Jan. 7 ... also hit 20 
stroight (from Jon. 10 through Feb. 6) and 15 consecutive 
(from Nov. 17 through Nov. 23) ... grabbed a career-high 
16 rebounds as Maryland won atNC State on Feb. 10 ... 
more than doubled his assists (56-25) and blocked shots 
(77-29) while nearly doubling his steals totals (50-27) from 
his freshmon season to his sophomore season ... improved 
on his statistical output and became more of a defensive 
stopper in the final 10 games of the 1998-99 season fol- 
lowing the season-ending injury to starting center Obinna 
Ekezie on Feb. 9 ... at North Carolina (Jon. 13), scored 
20 points on eight-of-12 shooting from the field with five 
rebounds and two blocks as the Terps won in Chapel Hill 
for the third time in four tries ... career high of 26 points at 
Kentucky on Dec. 5 and at Clemson on Jan. 24. 

i 997-98 

Honoroble mention All-ACC Freshman Team selection ... 
averaged 7.4 points and 3.5 rebounds ... averaged 8.4 
points, 3.8 rebounds, and 16.9 minutes per gome while 
shooting .564 from the field (53-94) and .407 from 3- 
point range (11-27) in the final 16 gomes of the season ... 
averaged 10.5 points and was one of five Terps to aver- 
age in double figure scoring in the ACC Tournament ... on 
fire in the ACC Tournament with 21 total points when he 
shot 64.3 percent (nine-of-14) from the field ... was out- 
stonding in his first career game against the noHon's No. 1 

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team. North Carolina ... scored 10 points, including three 
in overtime, and blocked two shots to help lead the Terps 
to the victory ... scored on a "raise the roof" olley-oop 
dunk off an assist from Sorunosjosikevicius which tied the 
game at 80 with 3:40 remaining in the extra session ... 
blocked at least one shot in the first 10 games of the sea- 
son and hod five blocked shots in three games against 
North Carolina. 

High School 

Graduated in 1997 from Governor Thomas Johnson High 
School in nearby Frederick ...All-America second-team se- 
lection and the eighth-best collegiate prospect in the nation 
by Bob Gibbons following his senior season ... a fourth team 
All-American by Parade Mogoz/ne following his senior sea- 
son ... also named as the 31 st 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 ossists 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-gome overage ... grabbed 1,028 career rebounds 
for a 13.0 rebounds per game overage during his prep 
career ... shot 62.7 percent (592-944) from the field during 
his career ... played forthe Capital All-Star team in the Capitol 
Classic at USAirways Arena following his senior season and 
scored a team-high 20 points, grabbed o team-high 10 re- 
bounds and blocked a team-high three shots ... shot eight of 
10 from the field including three-of-three from 3-point ronge 
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P',. ji... -1 Aubjm Hills where he scored 12 points on a per 
feet (iveKif-five shooting from the field nomed to the all 
roufnatnent leom at the Charlie Weber AAU Invitational 
which wos held in Cole Field House prior to the stort of his 
senior season ... named as the Frederick County Player of 
the Year as a junior and senior ... beat out Note James of 
Duke OS the County Player of the Year as a junior ... the 
unonimous selection for area player of the year honors as o 
senior overoged 21.4 points and 13 8 rebounds as o jun- 
ior ... preseason All-America third-teom by Street and Smith's 
prior to his senior seoson ... nomed as the 1 2th-best forward/ 
center by the Adidas Recruiting Service entering his senior 
season ... tournament record of 30 blocks at the Golaxo 
Wellcome U.S. Chollenge in Raleigh, NC , during his se- 
nior seoson ... named the Outstanding Player of the Tourna- 
ment OS he scored 66 points ond grabbed 41 rebounds in 
three gomes .. his 30 blocks broke the previous tournament 
record which had been held by current NBA player Shown 
Bradley ... scored o triple-double of 24 points, 12 rebounds 
and 1 1 assists ogoinst Raleigh's Athens Drive High School 
., on oll-oreo selection as a starter on the Thomas Johnson 
varsity OS sophomore and averaged 17.0 points and 12.9 
rebounds per gome ... high school coach was Tom Dickmon. 

International 

Porticipoted with a USA Select team in summer of 2000 in 
order to practice and scrimmage with the U.S. Olympic 
Team while preparing for the 2000 Sydney Olympics .,, 
played internationally tor the first time in his career prior to 
his sophomore season as o member of the Acropolis Cup 
team which represented the United States in Greece as o 
preliminary event to the 1998 World Chompionships ... 
overoged 6.3 points and 4,0 rebounds in three games os 
the U.S. hnished in second ploce in the tournament. 

Personal 

Terence Doreo Morris ... born Jan. 11, 1979 ... son of 
Roxonne Bright., the oldest of seven children (four younger 
brothers ond two younger sisters] ... has lived his entire life 
in the stole of Marylond . . majoring in letters and sciences. 




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7 


4 





5 


4 





7 


F6 Virginio 1 


1 29 


6-7 


857 


M 


1000 


3-3 


1000 


3-5 


8 


2 


1 





3 


1 


16 


FIO NC Stole 1 


1 36 


7-12 


.583 


02 


000 


3-4 


.750 


4-12 


16 


1 





3 


A 


2 


17 


F13 North Corolino 1 


1 32 


5-13 


385 


2-5 


400 


2-2 


1. 000 


4-5 


9 


3 


2 


2 


5 


1 


14 


F21 GeorgioTech 1 


1 29 


6-12 


500 


1-3 


333 


00 


.000 


3-3 


6 


1 


3 


1 


2 


2 


13 


F24 Clemson 1 


I 29 


3-9 


.333 


25 


400 


4-6 


.667 


1-5 


6 


3 


3 


1 


3 





12 


F27 Florida Stole 1 


1 34 


3-9 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


9-12 


.750 


1-6 


7 


3 


3 


1 


3 


2 


16 


M5 Florida Stote-ACC 1 


1 26 


210 


.200 


01 


.000 


1-2 


500 


21 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


5 


M6 No Corolino-ACC 1 


1 31 


5-13 


.385 


2-8 


.250 


00 


.000 


2-6 


8 


2 


2 


1 





1 


12 


MH Volporoiso-NCAA 1 


1 34 


8-15 


.533 


01 


.000 


24 


500 


5-5 


10 


^ 


3 











18 


M13 Creighlon-NCAA 1 


1 36 


6-11 


546 


U 


.250 


^P 


.875 


1-11 


12 


3 


5 


4 


3 


3 


20 


M18 Si. John's-NCAA 1 


1 37 


310 


.300 


1-3 




^'^ 


1000 


1-3 


4 


5 


1 


2 


3 


3 


9 



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Morris Came-By-Came 


i 997-98 (FreshmanI 
















Dote 


Opponent G-GS 


Min. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3FGA 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


CW3 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


N14 


South Corolino 


1-0 


22 


1-5 


.200 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 


3 


1 


3 


N18 


F- Dickinson 


1-0 


15 


4-8 


500 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-1 


4 


1 





2 




3 


8 


N22 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1-0 


19 


3-6 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-5 


6 





2 


1 







9 


N25 


Florida Inf'l 


1-0 


17 


4-6 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 







2 


11 


D4 


Clemson 


1-0 


20 


3-5 


,600 


0-1 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


3 








6 


07 


Konsos 


1-0 


16 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-1 


4 


I 





2 




1 


3 


D8 


Geo. Woshingtor 


1-0 


10 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


0-4 


4 


2 


1 










3 


D13 


UMBC 


1-0 


17 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


3-3 


6 


2 


2 


3 




2 


7 


D22 


UNC-Asheville 


1-0 


17 


6-7 


.857 


0-0 


.000 


8-10 


.800 


3-2 


5 


3 


1 


1 




3 


20 


027 


UNC-Wilminglon 


1-0 


9 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


4 


1 


2 







6 


D30 


Missouri 


1-0 


9 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-0 


1 


2 





2 





1 


3 


J3 


Duke 


1-0 


17 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


ao 


.000 


1-2 


3 


5 


3 


6 


2 


1 


2 


17 


Florida Stote 


1-0 


7 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


20 


2 

















4 


J10 


NC Stole 


1-0 


11 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


1 





1 











3 


J14 


North Carolina 


1-0 


18 


4-5 


.800 


1-1 


1.000 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


1 


2 





2 


2 





10 


J17 


Woke Forest 


1-0 


17 


2-8 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-1 


4 


2 





1 








4 


J2) 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


16 


5-9 


.556 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-1 


4 


3 


1 








1 


13 


J24 


Clemson 


1-0 


13 


2-5 


.400 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 





1 


I 


1 





7 


J29 


Duke 


1-0 


19 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


8-10 


.800 


3-7 


10 


3 





2 








12 


FI 


Virginia 


1-0 


19 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


6 





1 








1 


8 


F7 


Florido Stote 


1-0 


19 


4-5 


.800 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


1 














10 


Fll 


NC Stole 


1-0 


15 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-0 


2 








4 


1 


1 


2 


F14 


North Carolina 


10 


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 


F2I 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


16 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-5 


3 





! 











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 


M 


.000 


1-1 


1.00 


2-1 


3 


1 





2 


1 


1 


12 


M7 


No. Corolina-ACC 1 -0 


25 


4-9 


.444 


1-4 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-2 


5 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


9 


M12 


Utah Stote-NCAA 1-0 


16 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


500 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


1 


2 





7 


M14 


Illinois-NCAA 


1-0 


8 


0-3 


,000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 








1 














M19 


Arizona-NCAA 


1-0 


15 


4-8 


500 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


I 


3 


2 


2 


11 



Morris' 


Career Highs 






L±..^L^ ■ J.J__-l.^^- -LIJ-J^- 1 .. ^— t-l^^._L^..^ .. lU^ 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


F 


9 


at Florida Stole, 2-27-99 


Points 


26 


vs. Kentucky, 12-12-98 


FA 


12 


at Florida State, 2-27-99 




26 


at Clemson, 1-24-99 


Rebounds 


16 


at NC Slate, 2-10-99 


FG 


10 


vs. Kentucky, 11 ■24-99 


Assists 


6 


vs. Notre Dome, 11-26-99 




10 


vs. DePaul, 12-7-98 




6 


vs. Iowa, 11-30-99 




10 


vs. Kentucky, 12-12-98 


Blocks 


7 


vs.Tulane, 11 -19-99 


FGA 


22 


at Duke, 2-9-00 




7 


vs. Woke Forest, 1-19-00 


3FG 


4 


at North Carolina, 2-14-98 


Steals 


5 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


3 FGA 


9 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


Minutes 


43 


vs. Winthrop, 12-7-99 








Morris' 


Career Overall Statistics 
























Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pel. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 


32-0 511-16.0 


91-174 


.523 


13-37 


.351 


41-59 


.695 


47-66 


113-3.5 


57-2 


25 


46 


29 


27 


236-74 


1998-99 


34-34 999-29.4 


195-354 


.551 


27-76 


.355 


104-126 


.825 


88-154 


242-/1 


79-2 


56 


67 


77 


50 


521-15.3 


1999-00 


34-34 1103-32.4 


200-406 


.493 


35-96 


.365 


102-134 


,761 


93-200 


293-8.6 


89-4 


80 


97 


71 


53 


537-15.8 


CAREER 


10(W>8 2613-26.1 


486-934 


.520 


75-209 


.359 


247-319 


.774 


228420 


648-6.5 


225-8 


161 


210 


177 


130 


1,294-12.9 


Morris 


Career ACC Statistics 


























Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pel. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 


16-0 274-171 


48-92 


.522 


7-17 


.412 


17-24 


.708 


22-36 


58-3.6 


27-1 


11 


24 


10 


9 


120-75 


1998-99 


16-16 491-30.7 


93-173 


.538 


16-44 


.364 


48-58 


.828 


44-74 


118-74 


37-0 


25 


34 


44 


22 


250-15.6 


1999-00 


15-15 481-32.1 


82-188 


.436 


19-51 


.373 


42-56 


.750 


47-88 


135-9.0 


44-1 


30 


44 


27 


29 


225-15.0 


CAREER 


47-31 1246-26.5 


223-453 


.492 


42-112 


.375 


107-138 


.775 


113-198 


311-6.6 


108-2 


66 


168 


81 


60 


595-12.7 


Morris 


' Career NCAA Tqurnaaaent Statistics 






















Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


F-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 


3-0 39-13.0 


7-14 


.500 


3-7 


.429 


1-2 


.500 


3-3 


6-2.0 


6-1 


3 


4 


4 


2 


18-6.0 


1998-99 


3-3 107-35.7 


17-36 


.472 


2-8 


.250 


11-14 


.786 


7-19 


26-8.7 


10-1 


9 


6 


6 


6 


47-15,7 


1999-00 


2-2 65-32.5 


13-24 


.542 


2-5 


.400 


7-8 


.875 


6-9 


15-75 


2-0 





5 


3 


3 


35-175 


CAREER 


7-5 21 1-30.1 


37-74 


.500 


7-20 


.350 


19-24 


.792 


16-31 


47-6.7 


18-2 


12 


15 


13 


11 


10ai4.3 



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2000-01 MARYLAND BASKETBALM 



^ Cephas 



'99-00 PPC: 1 .5. RPC: 1 .4 



Forward 
Wilmington, Del. 
(The Sanford School! 
B-7 • 2 I 7 • Senior 



On Cephas 

Filth-year senior who begins his final campaign at Mary- 
lend as a utility forward .. a strong rebounder whose 
game is mostly suited to playing an interior role ... be- 
gan to see more consistent minutes in his junior season 
and time should increase as a senior .. has appeared in 
50 career gomes with on overage of 4,3 minutes per 
contest ... has fully recovered from a pair of surgeries 
during and after his redshirt freshman season ... his jun- 
ior compoign was his first full season at Maryland not 
impacted by medical issues. 

Williams on Cephas 

"Ceph finally got to help us last year [after recovering 
from knee surgery]. He really come on and gave us some 
valuable miutes in some games at the end the year LoRon 
has really good leadership qualities and the other play- 
ers seem to really enjoy hoving him on the court. They 
seem to respond to him very well. Cephas is an intelli- 
gent guy and is o leader on campus in addition to being 
one on the basketball court." 

I 999-00 

Ployed in 14 games and averaged 5.3 minutes ... aver- 
aged 1.5 points and 1.4 rebounds .... 21 points for the 
season exactly matched his season output in 1999 ... 
season-high six points in ACC Tournament quarterfinal 
vs. Florida State ., scored five in home win over Geor- 
gia Tech ... season-best five rebounds in eorly-seoson 
win over Fairleigh Dickinson ... most extensive playing 
time was against FDU when he added three points and 
a steal in 14 minutes ... 11 minutes in FSU tournament 
game, and the Georgia Tech game at Cole marked the 
most extensive time against ACC opponents during his 
career ... lauded by Coach Williams for six quality min- 
utes against FSU on Jan. 29 in what was then his most 
lengthy court action in an ACC gome ... appeared in 
both NCAA Tournament games, logging 11 minutes 
combined against lona and UCLA ... had two rebounds 
ogainsi the Gaels and three against the Bruins. 

I 998-99 

Averaged 1.4 points in 15 gomes played ... did not re- 
gain full mobility on his knee until midway through the 
seoson ... scored his career high of seven points as Mary- 
land defeated NC State in Cole Field House on Jan. 10 



. . mode coreer-high three field goals, on three attempts, 
against the Wolfpock .. was the Terps' leading scorer 
off the bench as he played only six minutes in the victory 
... played his season high of nine minutes against AU 
Puerto Rico in the first round of the Puerto Rico Shootout 
... helped Maryland to the victory with three points, one 
assist and onesteol ... played in two NCAA Tournament 
gomes, gelling action against Valparaiso and St. John's 
. hit 3-point shots against Hofstra, AU Puerto Rico and 
NC State. 

1997-98 

Appeared in 21 gomes and averaged 4.5 minutes ... 
was slowed early in the season after he underwent sur- 
gery for o hernia on Nov. 19 ... he returned to proctice 
on Dec. 2 after missing two full games ... four points and 
nine rebounds during o career-high of 22 minutes against 
UMBC on Dec. 13 ... nine rebounds represents his ca- 
reer high ... in an overtime win over top-ranked North 
Carolina on Jon 14, played four crucial minutes at the 
end of the first half in place of AII-ACC performer Rodney 
Elliott with 3:43 remaining in the half and the score tied 
at 32 ... he finished the half on the court ond Maryland 
went into the locker room with o four-point (41-37) lead 
... scored two points and grabbed three rebounds agoinst 
Arizona in the NCAA Tournament on March 19 . 
grabbed three or more rebounds six times during the 
season ... displaying his rebounding prowess, he wos 
the only player on the team with more rebounds |30| 
than points scored (7) during the season. 

1996-97 

Redshirt season ... signed with the Terps during the spring 
semester of 1 996 and entered the university for the spring 
semester in 1997. 

High School 

Graduated in 1996 from The Sanford School in 
Hockessin, Del. ... on all-slate first-team selection as o 
senior ... averaged 23 points, 16 rebounds, five blocked 
shots and shot 69 percent from the floor his senior year 
... scored 19 points in the Delowore State All-Slor game 
following his senior season and was considered to be 
the top collegiate prospect in the state ... senior season 
was highlighted bya 31-poinl, 24-rebound performance 
in an overtime victory over Dover High School ... scored 
1,614 career points, grobbed 1,199 career rebounds 
and blocked 365 career shots ... led Sonford to four 
consecutive Independent Conference titles and four con- 
secutive stale championship tournaments .. was the In- 
dependent Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 
1995 ...averaged 17 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks 
and earned all-state second-team honors os o junior . . 



50 



coached by Stanley Waterman ... played at Tatnol 
School as a freshman and transferred to Sanford at the 
beginning of his sophomore seoson 

Personal 

LoRon Arnel Cephas (pronounced luh-RON • SEE-fuss) 
... born Sept. 23, 1977 ... son of Sharon and Ronald T. 
Ford . he has two sisters, Brittany ond Brielle ... was 
voted to hove the best smile as a high school senior ... 
major is communications . . . won election in spring 2000 
to Moryland's Student Government Association, as a 
representive to the school of arts & humanities. 




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Cephas' 


Career Hichs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


7 


vs. NC State, 1-10-99 


FG 


3 


vs. NC State, 1-10-99 




3 


vs. Florida Stale, 3-10-00 


FGA 


8 


vs. UMBC, 12-13-97 


3FG 


1 


several times 


3 FGA 


1 


several times 


n 


1 


on four occasions 


FTA 


4 


vs. UNC Asheville, 12-22-97 


Rebounds 


9 


vs. UMBC, 12-13-97 


Assists 


1 

I 


vs. AU Puerto Rico, 11-26-98 
vs. UMBC, 12-13-97 


Blocks 


1 


on four occasions 


Steals 


1 


several times 


Minutes 


22 


vs. UMBC, 12-13-97 




LaRqn Cephas with Associate 
Athletic Director Dave Haclund 



Cephas Came-By-Came i 999-2000 (JuniorI 



Date Opponent 

N22 F Dickinson 

N30 Iowa 

D4 Illinois 

D30 UMBC 



G-GS Min. 

10 14 



1-0 
1-0 
1-0 



J2 Coastal Carolina 1 -0 

J19 Wake Forest 1-0 

J22 Clemson 1-0 

J29 Florida Stole 1-0 

F2 Virginia 1-0 

F6 NC Stole 1-0 

FI6 Georgia Tech 1-0 

MID Florida Slole-ACC 1-0 

M15 lona-NCAA t-0 

MIS UCLA-NCAA 1-0 



FG-A 
1-5 
0-0 
0-0 
1-3 
2-5 
0-0 
0-0 
02 
0-0 
0-0 
2-3 
3-4 
0-1 
0-0 



Pet 3 FG-A 

,200 0-1 



Pel. FT-A 
000 1-2 



Pel. O-O Tot PF A TO 



.000 
.000 
.333 
.400 
.000 
,000 
.000 
.000 
.000 

667 
.750 

000 
,000 



0^ 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
01 
0,0 



,000 
.000 
000 



0-0 
00 
0-0 



000 0-0 



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



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



,500 
000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.500 
.000 
.000 
000 
.000 
333 
000 
000 
000 



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

M 

oo 

0-0 
0-1 
0-0 

0-0 

1-1 

0-2 
0-2 

0-3 



Pis 

3 


2 
4 
1 





5 
6 





Cephas Came-By-Came i 998-99 (Sophomore) 



Dale 

N17 

N20 

N23 

N26 

N28 

03 

D23 

JIO 

J13 

F2t 

F24 

F27 

M5 

Mil 

M18 



Opponent 
UMBC 
Hofstro 
Duquesne 
AU Puerto Rico 
Pitlsburgh 
Woke Forest 
North Texos 
NC Stale 
North Corolino 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Florida Slate 
Florida State-ACC 
Volparoiso-NCAA 
Si John's-NCAA 



G-GS 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 



Min. 
3 
2 
1 
9 
3 
4 
4 
6 
1 

4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 



FG-A 
1-2 
1-2 



Pet. 3 FG-A Pet. FT-A 



.500 
.500 



W .000 

1-3 .333 

0-0 .000 

0-1 000 

ai .000 

3-3 1.000 

0-0 .000 

2-2 1.000 

0-0 .000 

0-0 000 

0-1 000 



0-2 



000 

,000 



0-0 
M 
0-0 

1-1 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

1-1 

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



.000 
1.000 
.000 
1000 
000 
.000 
000 
1.000 
,000 
,000 
000 
000 
,000 
000 
000 



1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
1-2 
0-0 
0-0 
00 
0-0 
0-0 

ao 

0-0 

0-0 



Pel. 
500 
000 
.000 
,000 
000 
,000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
,000 
000 
,000 
000 
000 



0-D Tot 

W 



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



PF 



2 



2 

3 








A TO 





Pts 
3 
3 

3 



1 

7 


4 








Cephas Caaae-By-Came 1 997-98 IReoshirt Freshman) 



Dote 

N14 

N18 

D4 

D7 

D13 

D22 

D27 

J3 

J14 

J17 

J21 

J24 

J29 

Fl 

F7 

Fll 

F21 

F24 

F28 

M6 

M19 



1-0 



Opponent 

South Carolina 

F. Dickinson 

Clemson 

Kansas 

UMBC 

UNC-Asheville 

UNC-Wilminglon 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Georgio Tech 

Clemson 

Duke 

Virginio 

Florida Stole 1 

NC Slate 1 

Georgia Tech 1 

Virginia 1 

Temple 1 

Georgia Tech-ACC 1 

Arizona-NCAA 1 



2 

11 
1 
1 

22 
8 
9 
9 
4 
2 
4 
I 
5 
1 

3 
5 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 



FG-A 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
2-8 
0-2 
0-1 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-2 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 

1-1 



Pet. 3 FG-A 
,000 0-0 



Pet. FT-A 



.000 
,000 
,000 
250 
,000 
,000 
000 
,000 
000 
000 
000 
.000 
000 
000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 



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

oo 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 

0-0 



.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 
.000 
000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 
,000 
000 



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

ao 



.000 oo 



000 
000 

000 



0-0 
0-0 

0-0 



Pet 
,000 
000 
.000 
000 
,000 
000 
,250 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
,000 
000 
000 
.000 
.000 
.000 
000 
000 
000 



ao Tot 

0-0 



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

0-0 
1-2 



4 


1 


3 



1 






2 
1 











1 








3 









A TO 




Pis 





4 


I 














2 



Cephas' Career Overall Statistics 



Year 

1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 
CAREER 



GP-GS 

21-0 
15-0 
14-0 
50^ 



Min.-Avg. 

94-4.5 

45-3.0 

74-5.3 

213-4.3 



FG-A 
3-21 
8-18 
9-23 
20^2 



Pet. 
.143 
.445 
.391 
.323 



3P-A 
0-1 
3-5 
0-2 
3-8 



Pet. 
.000 
.600 
.000 
.375 



FT-A Pet. 

1-4 .250 

2-4 .500 

3-7 .429 

6-15 .400 



OR-DR Reb-Avg. 

8-22 30-1.4 

1-4 5-0.3 

4-15 19-1.4 



PF-D 

20-0 

8-0 

10-0 



Ast 

1 



13-41 



54-1.1 38-0 



To BIk St 

10 2 2 

1 1 1 

2 1 2 
13 4 5 



Pts.-Avg. 

7-0.3 
21-1.4 
21-1.5 
49-1.0 



Cephas' Career ACC Statistics 



Year 

1997-98 

1998-99 

1999-00 

CAREER 



GP-GS 

12-0 

6-0 

6-0 

24-0 



Min.-Avg. 
38-3.2 
17-2.8 
24-4.0 
79-3.3 



FG-A Pet. 

0-6 .000 

5-6 .833 

2-5 .400 

7-17 .412 



3P-A 
0-0 
1-1 
0-0 
1-1 



Pet. 

.000 
1.000 

,000 
1.000 



FT-A 
0-0 
0-0 
2-5 
2-5 



Pet. 
.000 
.000 
.400 
.400 



OR-DR Reb-Avg. 

2-7 9-0.8 

0-1 1-0.2 

1-2 3-0.5 



PF-D 
12-0 
5-0 

4-0 



Ast 






3-10 



13-0.5 21-0 



To BIk St 

3 1 
1 
1 1 

4 1 2 



Pts.-Avg. 

0-0.0 

11-1,8 

6-10 

17-0.7 



Cephas' Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 



Year 

1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 
CAREER 



GP-GS Min.-Avg. 

1-0 1-1.0 

2-0 2-1.0 

2-0 11-5,5 

5-0 1 4-2.8 



FG-A Pet. 

1-1 1.000 

0-3 .000 

0-1 ,000 

1-5 .200 



3P-A Pet. 

0-0 .000 

0-0 000 

0-1 ,000 

0-1 .000 



FT-A Pet. 

0-0 .000 

0-2 .000 

0-0 ,000 

a2 .000 
"si 



OR-DR 
1-2 
1-0 
0-5 
2-7 



Reb-Avg. 
3-3.0 
1-0.5 
5-2.5 
9-1.8 



PF-D Ast 
0-0 



1-0 
2-0 
3-0 



To 


2 
2 



BIk 







St 








Pts.-Avg. 
2-2.0 
0-0.0 
0-00 
2-0.5 




apin-Profiles 



'01 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




ardesich 



'99-00 PPG: 2.7, RPC: 2.9 



Center 

Boston, Mass. 
(CoNROE (Texas)/ 
Worcester Academy) 
7-0 • ZMti • Senior 



On Mardesich 

f itth-year senior who is expected to be a major contributor 
to Maryland's rototion for the fourth consecutive season ... 
othletic seven-footer who gives the Terps a very physical 
presence off the bench ... has appeared in 101 college 
garries entering his senior campaign .. has played in ev- 
ery game of his career at Moryland and is within 31 gomes 
of breoking the Terps' coreer mark for games (131 by Len 
Bios, 1982-86) olso is in line to break the mark for con- 
secutive career gomes played ( 1 26 by Keith Booth, 1994- 
97) ... has played m eight NCAA Tournament games, av- 
eraging 3.4 points and 2.4 rebounds... 63 career blocked 
shots ore 15th in Maryland history. 

Williams on Mardesich 

Mike has had during his career some really big games. In 
particular, the Konsos gome at the MCI Center where he 
did great job against the No. 2 team in the country, ond 
several times against North Carolina he has stepped up 
big. When you hove Mike at seven feet ond weighing 250 
pounds or so, not many teams hove o player that size that 
ihey con use. Mike's another one of those guys that the 
other players seem to enjoy playing with. He mokes us a 
much stronger teom, physically." 

I 999-00 

Ployed in all 35 gomes as a fourth-year junior, averaging 
2.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in over 13 minutes per con- 
test lop gome of the season was a 1 0-point, five-rebound 
effort against North Carolina (Feb. 26). .. shot 5 of 6 from 
the floor in 19 minutes ... blocked a career-best 22 shots 
for the season ... also scored in double figures with 10 
points in an eorly season gome vs. Foirleigh Dickinson ... 
posted a season-high of seven rebounds twice, both at home 
in gomes agoinst Winlhrop and UMBC ... hod six boards 
in o regular season finale at Virginia (March 4) ... shot 
42 6 percent for the season ... matched o career-high with 
three free throws against Winthrop ... recorded career-highs 
with four blocks against Tulone and three steals vs. George 
Mason ... logged time in both NCAA Tournament bouts 
with lono and UCLA sow 18 minutes of lime against the 
Gaels, scoring four points with four rebounds. 

1 998-99 

Ployed in all 34 games as a third-year sophomore, overog- 
ing 3.4 points and 3 4 rebounds ... credited with 21 assists 



(0.6 opg) and o career-high 21 blocked shots (0.6 bpg) 

tied his career high with 12 points agoinst both Western 
Carolina on Nov 14 in the season opener ond on Dec. 23 
ogainst North Texas ... 12 points against Western Caro- 
lina came in only 17 minutes played ... wos tive-of-eight 
(.625) and o perfect Iwoof-two ( 1 .000) from (he free throw 
line OS the Terps defected the Catamounts, 1 1 3-46, in Cole 
Field House .. also recorded seven rebounds, one ossist 
and one steal in one of the top gomes of his career ... neorly 
perfect from the field (fiveof-six, 833) in scoring 12 points 
in 1 5 minutes of playing time as Moryland 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 agoinst the Mean Green ... double 
figure scoring with 10 points ogainst Florido Stole on Jon. 
27 ... marked the fourth time during his career that he hos 
scored in double figures during on ACC gome ... averaged 
5.5 rebounds, 1.0 blocked shots and 18 minutes per gome 
in the ACC Tournament ... averaged 3.0 points and 2.0 
rebounds in the NCAA Tournament ... career NCAA Tour- 
nament high of 22 minutes agoinst Valparaiso in the first 
round of the tournament ... had two blocks against the Cru- 
saders ... the 22 minutes played also tied his season high 
which come agoinst North Corolina on Feb. 13 ... ployed 
46 total minutes (15.3 average) in the NCAA Tournoment. 

1997-98 

Averaged 5.4 points ond 4.3 rebounds (fourth on the team) 
while playing in oil 32 gomes as o redshirt freshman ... 
averaged 18.2 minutes per gome and played in double- 
figure minutes in 29 of Morylond's 32 gomes ... was at his 
season best as he helped lead the Terps post No 1 North 
Corolina in overtime in Cole Field House on Jon. 14 ... 
scored his career high tying and ACC career high of 12 
points while grabbing o teom-high nine rebounds in front 
of supercharged home crowd ... played a season-high 
34 minutes, was hve-of-nine from the field, hod three as- 
sists, no turnovers and committed only one personal foul ... 
started and played all five minutes of the overtime period 
and scored two points as Maryland outscored North Cora 
lino, 13-7, to gain the victory ... it was o Mordesich put- 
bock off a Rodney Elliott miss that tied the gome with 46.2 
seconds remaining and sent the gome into the extra ses- 
sion , , he played Ihehnol 2:27 of regulation ond the entire 
five minutes of the overtime period during which the Terps 
outscored the Tor Heels, 17-11 ... against No. 13 Florida 
State on Jon 7, he scored six points ond grabbed o coreer- 
high 10 rebounds in his best outing of the season ... scored 
what proved to be the gome-winning basket (otter the Terps 
hod trailed by as many 12 points in the second half) as he 
scored on a dunk from Laron Profit .. scored nine points 
and grabbed a career-high tying 10 rebounds as the Terps 
closed the regular season with a victory over Temple in 
Baltimore on Feb. 28 . first doubl&digit scoring gome in- 
cluded 10 points with five rebounds in his third collegiate 
gome against Ml. St. Mary's (Nov 22) 



52 



I 996-97 

Redshirt seoson ... signed to play at Moryland in the foil 
1995 signing period. 

Worcester Academy 

Team captain and Most Valuable Player os he led Worces- 
ter to the New England Prep School Class A Tournament 
during his only season there (1995-96) ... averaged just 
over 19 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and five blocks per 
game during his prep season ol Worcester . over the final 
five gomes of the season (including the postseason), he 
averaged 33 points and 18 rebounds ... also earned var- 
sity letters in volleyball ond water polo while at Worcester 
Academy .. played for coach Tom Blackburn ... also ployed 
OS o storter for the nationally renowned Boston Amateur 
Basketball Club for head coach Leo Popile ... first ployed 
ol Cole Field House when the BABC won the Charlie We- 
ber Tournament in September of 1995 . named a high 
school bosketboll senior All-America by Bill Bucholter of 
College Sports Magazine ... wos o starter ond helped lead 
the Boston entry to the championship of the 1996 Boston 




LAMa BASKETS A 



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Shootout ... played in the Beantown Collegiate Pra-Am 
league with Rick Fox and David Wesley, formerly of the 
Boston Celtics. 

HicH School 

Graduated in 1995 fronn Conroe High School in Texas .. 
underwent dramatic growth spurts during his prep career, 
growing from 6-3 at the end of his junior season to 6-1 1 at 
the beginning of his senior season ... was nominated as a 
member of the McDonald's All-Amerlcan 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 shoot- 
ing .640 from the field and .790 from the free-throw line 
his senior season ... led the Greater Houston area in re- 
bounding while at Conroe ... unanimous all-star selection 
as he earned Ail-Greater Houston, all-county and all-dis- 
trict honors while being named team MVP ... was coached 
by Tommy Johnson at Conroe. 

Personal 

Mike Mardesich (pronounced MARR-duh-sich| ... born on 
July 29, 1977 ... son of Renee and Mitch Mardesich who 
live in Bethesda, Md. ... a brother, Curt, was a 6-6 swingmon 
and graduate of Archbishop Carroll Catholic High School 
in Washington, D.C. ... born in Long Beach, Calif., lived 
briefly in Croatia (first grade] where cousins still reside, grew 
up in Boston and lived there until moving to Texas to begin 
his sophomore year at Conroe High ... was accepted at 
Harvard University when he was making his collegiate 
choices ... a French Honor Society student who speaks three 
languages fluently and has studied two more ... scared 
1,300 on his SAT and carried an impressive 3.4 grade 
point average throughout his high school career ... enrolled 
in Maryland's honors college and was admitted to the col- 
lege of business as a freshman ... will graduate with o 
double degree and four majors: international business, fi- 
nance, logistics and marketing. 



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1 999-2000 IJuNioRl 














Dote Opponent &GS 


Min. 


F&A 


Pet. 3FG-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pel. 


CH3 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


N17 USF 


1-0 


19 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3 


3 





2 


1 





3 


N19 Tubne 


1-0 


15 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


3 





1 


3 


4 


1 


4 


N22 f. Dickinson 


1-0 


18 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


1-3 


4 





1 


1 








10 


N24 Kentucky 


1-0 


13 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


ai 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 





2 











N26 Notre Dome 


10 


4 


00 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


ai 


1 




















N30 lowo 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


000 


2-3 


,667 


ai 


1 


3 


1 


2 





1 


6 


D4 Illinois 


1-0 


15 


a2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1,000 


1-2 


3 


1 





2 


1 


2 


2 


D5 Geo. Washington 


1-0 


12 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


aoo 


ai 


1 


3 





2 


1 


1 





D7 Winthrop 


1-0 


17 


2-2 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


1,000 


2-5 


7 


4 


2 


2 


1 





7 


Dll Kentucky 


1-0 


26 


2-3 


.667 


oo 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 





3 


2 





4 


D27 George Moson 


1-0 


14 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


ao 


.000 


M 


2 


2 


1 





! 


3 


4 


D30 UMBC 


1-0 


20 


2-2 


1000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-5 


7 





2 


1 


1 


2 


6 


J2 Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


15 


2-3 


667 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


4 


3 





1 


2 





5 


J7 NO Stole 


1-0 


19 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-0 


4 


I 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


J9 Duke 


1-0 


16 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


a2 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 








1 





2 


J 16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


19 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


ao 


,000 


a3 


3 


1 


1 


1 











J 19 Woke Forest 


1-0 


13 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 


2 


3 





2 


1 








J22 Clemson 


1-0 


19 


3-6 


500 


ao 


000 


0-0 


.000 


3-2 


5 


3 


2 


1 


1 





6 


J27 North Carolina 


1-0 


11 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 





4 


1 


1 


1 








J29 Florida State 


1-0 


4 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


2 


2 

















F2 Virginia 


1-0 


8 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 


1000 


4-1 


5 

















8 


F6 NC State 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


oo 


,000 


ao 


000 


0-0 























F9 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


-000 


ao 























F13 Temple 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


ao 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


3 


2 

















F16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 











2 











F19 Wake Forest 


1-0 


15 


1-4 


,250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


2 








1 





2 


F22 Clemson 


1-0 


8 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


ai 


1 


2 

















F26 North Coroiino 


1-0 


19 


5-6 


.833 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-4 


5 


2 


2 


2 








10 


M 1 Florida State 


1-0 


13 


1-2 


,500 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 


2 

















2 


M4 Virginia 


1-0 


22 


2-3 


.667 


ao 


,000 


oa 


,000 


a6 


6 


4 


2 





1 





4 


MIO Florida State-ACC 1-0 


9 


a2 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


ai 


1 





1 














Mil NC State-ACC 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


ao 


.000 


3-0 


3 


1 


1 


2 





1 





M12 Duke-ACC 


1-0 


9 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 





1 


4 


M16 lono-NCAA 


1-0 


18 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


3 














4 


M18 UCLA-NCAA 


1-0 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


ao 





1 





1 











Mardesich Came-By-Came 


1 998-99 (Sophomore) 












Date Opponent G-GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 3F&A 


Pd. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N14 Western Coroiino 


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 Hofsira 


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 


I 





1 





5 


N26 AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


11 


0-0 


.000 


ao 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


ai 


1 


2 


2 


1 





1 





N27 UCLA 


I-O 


11 


U 


,250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


2 





2 





1 


2 


N28 Pittsburgh M 


1-0 


18 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-6 


8 


1 





1 


1 





7 


D3 Woke Forest"^ 


'M 


18 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-1 


2 





1 


3 


1 


2 





D6 Stanford 


1-0 


14 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


ao 





2 








1 








D7 DePaul 


1-0 


12 


2-5 


.400 


ao 


.000 


ao 


,000 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 


4 


D12 Kentucky 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


ao 


.000 


ao 


,000 


1-0 


1 











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 


ao 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


1 


2 





2 





12 


D27 South Carolina Si 


1-0 


13 


2-10 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


6-3 


9 








1 








5 


J3 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


oo 





1 





1 











J7 Virginia 


1-0 


8 


2-6 


.333 


ao 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-1 


4 

















5 


J 10 NC State 


1-0 


14 


3h6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-1 


3 


3 


1 





I 





7 


J 13 North Carolina 


1-0 


10 


ai 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


aoo 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 





1 








jl9 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-4 


.500 


ao 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-3 


4 


1 











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 


ao 


.000 


la 


1 


2 





1 


1 


1 


10 


J31 Woke Forest 


1-0 


9 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


ai 


.000 


1-2 


3 


2 





1 








2 


F3 Duke 


1-0 


13 


0^ 


.000 


ao 


1-2 


1-2 


,500 


ai 


1 


2 


1 


2 








1 


F6 Virginia 
FIO NC State 
F13 North Carolina 


1-0 
1-0 
1-0 


4 

6 

22 


0-1 
1-5 
4-9 


.000 
.200 
.444 


ao 

0-0 


,000 
.000 


ai 

0-0 


,000 
,000 
,500 


1-1 

2-3 
3-3 


1 

5 
6 



4 
2 















1 





1 
1 


u 



1 



L 

9 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


F21 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


14 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


a2 


,000 


a3 


3 







2 








2 


F24 Clemson 


1-0 


18 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 


2 




1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


F27 Florido Stole 


1-0 


16 


0-1 


.000 


ao 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 




1 


3 


2 





2 


M5 Florido Slole-ACC 1-0 


20 


0-1 


.000 


oa 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 




3 





1 








M6 No. Corolino-ACCl-O 


16 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-2 


6 










1 





2 


Mil Volporoiso-NCAA 1-0 


22 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-3 


4 




1 


1 


2 





6 


M13 Creighton-NCAA 


1-0 


14 


0-2 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3 







2 


1 





1 


M18 Sl.John's-NCAA 


1-0 


10 


1-3 


,333 


ao 


,000 


0-0 


000 


1-0 


1 







1 








2 



53 



52 WINS oven LAST 



apinJProfiles 




Mardesich Came-By-Came 


1 997-98 IFreshmanI 














Dote 


Opponent &GS 


Min. 


F&A 


Pa. 


3FOA 


Pa 


FTVV 


Po. 


oo 


Tol 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


NM 


South Corolino 


1-0 


19 


2-3 


.667 


00 


000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


3 


1 


1 


5 


N18 


F. Dickinson 


10 


17 


1-8 


.125 


00 


.000 


00 


.000 


3-5 


8 





2 





3 





2 


N22 


Ml. St. Mot/ s 


1-0 


19 


4^ 


667 


00 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 




2 


3 


1 


1 





10 


N25 


Florida Int'l 


1-0 


18 


3-8 


375 


oo 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-3 




3 


2 





2 





7 


D4 


Clemson 


1-0 


21 


3-3 


1.000 


00 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-4 




3 





1 


2 





6 


D7 


Konsos 


1-0 


17 


U 


250 


00 


.000 


2-4 


500 


2-5 




4 


1 


2 








4 


D8 


Geo. Washington 


t-0 


20 


2-3 


.667 


00 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


13 






2 


3 





1 


6 


D13 


UMBC 


10 


22 


5-10 


.500 


00 


.000 


02 


.000 


3-2 









1 


1 





12 


D22 


UNCAsheville 


1-0 


18 


2-4 


.500 


00 


.000 


00 


000 


!-3 















1 


4 


D27 


UNCWilmingion 


10 


18 


2-7 


286 


00 


000 


2-4 


500 


2-3 






1 





1 


2 


6 


D30 


Missouri 


1-0 


17 


1-1 


1000 


00 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


03 









3 





1 


4 


J3 


Duke 


1-0 


10 


&2 


000 


oo 


000 


02 


000 


2-1 


















2 


17 


Florido State 


1-0 


21 


3-8 


.375 


00 


.000 


02 


000 


5-5 


10 







2 








6 


JIO 


NC Stole 


1-0 


8 


4-5 


.800 


00 


.000 


OO 


.000 


01 


1 







1 





1 


8 


JU 


North Corolino 


1-0 


34 


5-9 


.556 


00 


000 


04 


.000 


2-7 


9 




3 











12 


J17 


Woke Forest 


1-0 


24 


04 


.000 


oo 


000 


OO 


.000 


15 


6 







2 











J21 


Georgia Tech 


10 


28 


5-11 


.455 


00 


,000 


OO 


.000 


1-2 


3 







2 








10 


J24 


Clemson 


1-0 


10 


a2 


.000 


00 


000 


Ol 


.000 


03 


3 










1 








J29 


Duke 


1-0 


20 


3-8 


.375 


oo 


.000 


01 


.000 


03 


3 







2 


1 





6 


Fl 


Virginio 


1-0 


17 


2-5 


400 


00 


.000 


oo 


000 


02 


2 




1 


2 










F7 


Florida State 


1-0 


21 


2-5 


.400 


00 


000 


1-2 


.500 


02 


2 







1 


2 







F11 


NC State 


1-0 


20 


1-4 


.250 


00 


000 


01 


000 


1-5 


6 




1 


2 


2 







F14 


North Carolina 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


.500 


00 


000 


OO 


000 


OO 





















F19 


Woke Forest 


1-0 


16 


2-4 


.500 


00 


.000 


00 


.000 


2-3 


5 




2 





2 







F21 


Georgio Tech 


1-0 


27 


4-8 


500 


00 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-1 


4 


2 


2 





1 


2 


10 


m 


Virginia 


1-0 


21 


3-« 


.500 


00 


.000 


00 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 


1 


1 








6 


F28 


Temple 


1-0 


23 


3-8 


.375 


oo 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


5-5 


10 


2 


2 


6 








9 


M6 


Georgia Tech- ACC I -0 


15 


0-2 


.000 


oo 


.000 


00 


.000 


1-3 


4 




















M7 


No CorolinoACCl-O 


15 


2-3 


.667 


00 


.000 


01 


.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


1 


1 








4 


M12 


Utah Stole-NCAA 1-0 


7 


1-5 


.200 


00 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


20 


2 








2 








4 


M14 


Illinois-NCAA 


1-0 


8 


1-3 


.333 


oo 


.000 


OO 


.000 


01 


1 

















2 


M19 


Anzono-NCAA 


1-0 


19 


3-7 


429 


Oil 


000 


2-2 


1000 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


4 





1 


8 




Mardesich's 


Career Hichs 










•* 










^ 


E 




Category # 


Opponent/Dale 






FTA 




4 


VS- 


UMBC 


, 12-30-99 






Points n 


vs. 


W. Corolino, 


11-14-98 








4 


vs. 


Temple, 2-28-98 








12 


vs. 


UMBC 


12-13-97 










4 


vs. 


Princeton, 


12-19-98 








12 


vs. 


North Carolino, 1-14-98 


Rebounds 


10 


vs. 


Florida Stole, 1-7-98 






12 


vs. 


North Texas, 


12-23-98 








10 


vs. 


Georg 


io Tech, 2-28-98 




FG 


5 


vs. 


W. Carolina, 


11-14-98 


Assists 




3 


vs. 


Mt. St. Mary's, 


11-22-97 






5 


vs. 


North Texas, 


12-23-98 








3 


vs. 


North Co 


olino 


1-14-98 






5 


VS- 


Florido 


Stole, 


1-27-99 


Blocks 




4 


vs. 


Tulone 


11 


-19-99 








5 


vs. 


North Caroli 


10, 2-26-00 


Steals 




3 


VS 


George Moson 


, 12-27-99 1 


FGA 


11 


vs. 


Georg 


a Tech 


, 1-21-98 


Minutes 




34 


vs. 


Morth Carolina 


1-14-98 




FT 


3 


vs. 


Temple 


, 2-28-98 




























3 


vs. 


Princeton, 12-19-98 




























3 


vs. 


Winthrop, 12-7-99 



























Mardesich's 


Career Overall Statistics 
























Yeor 


GP-GS 


Min -Avg. 


FG-A 


Pel. 


3P-A 


Pd. 


FT-A 


Pd. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg 


PF-D 


Asl 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 


32-0 


582-18.2 


72-170 


.424 


0-0 


,000 


28-45 


,622 


47-91 


138-4.3 


63-2 


26 


42 


20 


10 


172-5,4 


1998-99 


34-0 


457-13.4 


48-137 


.350 


0-0 


,000 


19-36 


,528 


49-68 


117-3,4 


55-0 


21 


34 


21 


15 


115-34 


1999-00 


35-0 


457-131 


40-94 


426 


0-0 


000 


15-24 


625 


36-64 


100-29 


59-0 


19 


35 


22 


13 


95-2,7 


CAREER 


101-0 


1496-14.8 


160401 


.399 


0-0 


.000 


62-105 


.590 


132-223 


355-3.5 


177-2 


66 


111 


63 


38 


382-3.8 


Mardesich's 


Career ACC Statistics 


























Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FGA 


Pd. 


3 PA 


Pd. 


FT-A 


Pd. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts-A^g 


i yy/ -yd 


lo-O 


310-19.4 


39-88 


.443 


0-0 


,000 


7-15 


.467 


19-46 


oi-4.1 


36-1 


10 


16 


11 


3 


65-i J 


1998-99 


16-0 


193-12.1 


21-60 


350 


0-0 


.000 


6-14 


429 


19-23 


42-26 


26-0 


8 


17 


7 


6 


48-30 


1999-00 


16-0 


201-126 


17-47 


362 


0-0 


000 


2-4 


500 


17-26 


43-2,7 


27-0 


9 


10 


8 


1 


36-23 


CAREER 


48-0 


704-14.7 


77-195 


.395 


00 


.999 


15-33 


.455 


55-95 


15M.1 


89-1 


27 


43 


26 


10 


169-3.5 


Mardesich's 


Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 




















Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FGA 


Pd. 


SPA 


Pd. 


FTA 


Pd. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 


3-0 


34-11.3 


5-15 


.333 


0-0 


000 


4-5 


.800 


4-3 


7-2,3 


5-1 


1 


6 





1 


14-4.7 


1998-99 


3-0 


46-15.3 


3-12 


.250 


0-0 


000 


3-6 


.500 


3-5 


8-2 7 


5-0 


1 


4 


3 





9-3.0 


1999-00 


2-0 


24-120 


2-5 


400 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


1-3 


4-20 


4-0 


2 


4 





t 


4-2 C 


CAREER 


8-0 


104-13.0 


10-32 


.312 


0-0 


.000 


7-11 


.636 


8-11 


19-2.4 


14-1 


4 


16 


3 


2 


27-3 4 



54 



MARYLAND BASKETBAi 



JeriapiirPB^ilerg 




All-America 
. Candidate 



'99-00 PPG: i 5.B. RPC: 8.8 



Forward/Center 
Silver Spring, Md. 
(Anacdstia/Harcrave Military) 
6-8 • 280 • Junior, 5V 



On Baxter 

Returning first team Ail-ACC selection who earned tremen- 
dous credit for the Terps' dominance in 1999-2000 .-.also 
named to the ACC All-Tournament team ... All-America can- 
didate alongside teammates Terence Morris and Juan Dixon 
... preseason candidate for the Naismith and Wooden 
Player of the Year Awards, and ranked as one of the top 
centers in the country ... third-best center in the nation as 
projected by The Sporting News ... a powerful bruiser who 
exhibits offensive touch with the boll and who is difficult to 
move from under the bucket ... noted particularly for his 
muscle on the offensive boards ... started 45 of Terps' lost 
46 games dating to Feb. 10, 1999 ... 54.9 percent career 
shooter through two seasons. 

Williams on Baxter 

"Lonny has a great work ethic. He improved after his fresh- 
man year. He really did in the off-season what he had to 
do to get ready to ploy this past season. He's a very strong, 
physical player. He's o very tough player who hates to 
lose, but I think the key thing for Lonny is he never really 
feels that he's reached a certain level. Even though he made 
first team all-league, he still wonts to work on his game and 
improve some things. I agree with Lonny. Even though he 
hod a great sophomore year, he has a tremendous up-side 
to his gome. There ore a lot more things on the court I ex- 
pect him to do. He will continue to expand his role before 
we get into his senior year." 

I 999-00 

One of just two players to start all 35 games ... first team 
AII-ACC as a sophomore ... ACC All-Tournament honoree 
with 16.3 points and 8.0 rebounds per game ... ACC sea- 
son leader in offensive rebounds (3.6) ... second in ACC in 
field goal percentage (.533) and rebounds, and third with 
2.3 blocks per game ... Terps' leading rebounder with 8.8 
boards per game ... second on team with 15.6 points per 
game ... most blocks (79) by a Maryland sophomore be- 
hind Joe Smith's 97 in 1995 ... third in Terrapin rebounds 
(308) by sophomore behind Smith (362 in '95) and Len 
Elmore (351 in '72) ... 12 double-doubles as a sophomore 
including a career-high 31 points with 10 boards vs. NC 
State on Nov. 6 in College Pork ... hod 14 points and a 
career-high 16 rebounds in a home loss to Duke ... hod 
double-doubles in three of his last five games including a 
24-point, 10-rebound effort vs. Florida State in the ACC 
Tournament opener ... joined teammate Terence Morris as 
the only Terps ever to record back-to-back double-doubles 
in NCAA Tournament games ... 12 points and 11 boards 



vs. lona ... 22 points, 10 boards vs. UCLA ,.. also led the more ond his coreer scoring high vs. NC State ,.. regis- 

Terps in field goal percentage, blocks and free throws at- tered 10 20-point gomes ... reached double figures in 32 

tempted ... second on the team in field goals and attempts of 35 gomes ... reached double figures in the first half in 

... averaged 25.3 points in a four-gome ACC stretch from 14 gomes. 
Jon. 29 to Feb. 9 including four games of 20 points or 




55 




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ZOOO'OI MARYLAND BASKET 



I. arable mention All-Allantic Coast Conference Freshman 
•f jm selection ... started 10 of the final 11 games of the 
998-99 season after the season-ending injury to senior 
Obinna Ekezie ... started against Virginia on Feb. 6, 1999 
in place of a heolthy Ekezie and assumed the starter's role 
when Ekezie was lost for the season to a ruptured Achilles 
tendon on Feb. 9 . only gome Baxter did not stort over the 
last 11 games was on senior night as head coach Gary 
Williams inserted Brian Wotkins into the starting lineup ... 
averaged 8.9 points and 4.6 rebounds after Ekezie was 
lost for the seoson ... averaged 6 8 points and 3.6 rebounds 
overall ... led the Terps in held goal shooting percentage 
with .599 mork ... his mark ronks as the eighth-highest 
single-season held gool percentoge in school history and 
the second highest by a Maryland freshman ... only Brian 
Williams ( 600) during the 1988 seoson recorded a higher 
shooting percentage as a freshman in school history ... es- 
tablished a school record by making a perfect 10-of-lO 
shots from the held against North Texas on Dec. 23 ... his 
perfect percentage (1.000) tied head coach Gary Will- 
iams |8-for-8 vs. So. Carolina, 12-10-66), among others ... 
scored a season-high 28 points against North Texas ... come 
within four mode shots of tying the all-time school record 
for consecutive shots made in o season with 15 ... he mode 
his final shot against Princeton on Dec, 19 and all 10 of his 
ottempts against North Texas before missing his first shot 
against South Corolina State on Dec. 27 .... also tied the 
school record for consecutive field goals made during a 
single gome (10) against North Texas ... shot .545 (18-of- 




LoNNY Baxter with Assistant 
Athletic Director Curt 
Callahan 



Baxter Came-By-Came 


1999- 


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Min. 


FGA 


Pd. 


3 FGA 


PO. 


FTA 


Pd. 


OO 


Tol 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N17 USf 




27 


frl3 


461 


0-0 


000 


6-10 


600 


4.5 


9 


3 





2 


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IB 


NI9 Tulone 




31 


5-11 


454 


00 


.000 


u 


.250 


3-5 


8 


2 





5 


3 


1 


11 


N22 F Dickinson 




17 


5-7 


.714 


00 


.000 


4-5 


.800 


5-3 


8 


3 


2 





2 





14 


N24 Kentucky 




27 


5-10 


.500 


00 


.000 


u 


.250 


3-6 


9 


3 





3 





1 


11 


N26 Notre Dome 




36 


8-10 


800 


00 


000 


1-1 


1000 


4-10 


14 


2 


2 


3 


2 





17 


N30 lowo 




34 


6-11 


545 


00 


.000 


4<4 


1000 


1-9 


10 


1 








3 





16 


D4 Illinois 




33 


5-9 


.556 


00 


.000 


M 


750 


64 


12 


3 


1 





1 





16 


D5 Geo Woshington 




32 


9-16 


.563 


oo 


.000 


3-6 


,500 


27 


9 


4 





4 


2 


1 


21 


D7 Winlhrop 




38 


5-8 


.625 


oo 


.000 


3-7 


429 


2-8 


10 


4 


2 


1 


4 





13 


Oil Kentucky 




17 


3-5 


.600 


00 


.000 


oo 


000 


U 


5 


5 


t 


2 








6 


D27 George Moson 




30 


7-14 


.500 


00 


000 


6-7 


857 


5-8 


13 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


20 


D30 UMBC 




25 


4-10 


.400 


oo 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


4.5 


9 


2 


1 





2 


3 


12 


J2 Coastal Carolina 




20 


5-10 


.500 


00 


.000 


45 


.800 


as 


5 


3 


I 


1 


1 


2 


U 


J7 NC Stote 




25 


4-8 


.500 


00 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


4 





2 


2 





12 


J9 Duke 




30 


7-23 


.304 


oo 


.000 


0-4 


.000 


106 


16 


4 


1 


; 


4 


1 


14 


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20 


6-14 


.429 


oo 


.000 


ai 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 





5 


1 


1 


12 


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21 


9-12 


.750 


oo 


.000 


0-2 


000 


1-2 


3 


4 








2 


1 


18 


J22 Clemson 




35 


4-11 


364 


oo 


.000 


2-3 


667 


3-6 


9 


2 





1 


4 





10 


J27 North Carolina 




31 


5-8 


625 


00 


.000 


2-6 


333 


5-4 


9 


4 





1 


2 


1 


12 


J29 Florido State 




25 


8-16 


.500 


00 


.000 


8-11 


.727 


5-2 


7 


5 


1 





1 


1 


24 


F2 Virginio 




31 


9-14 


643 


0-0 


.000 


6-8 


.750 


3-5 


8 


4 





2 


2 


2 


24 


F6 NC Stole 




33 


14-22 


,636 


ao 


,000 


3-6 


.500 


6-4 


10 


3 


1 


1 


7 


2 


31 


F9 Duke 




29 


10-17 


.588 


oo 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


5-5 


10 


4 


6 


3 


1 


2 


22 


F13 Temple 




34 


2-7 


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0-0 


000 


7-7 


1.000 


6-1 


7 


3 


1 


2 





1 


11 


F16 GeorgioTech 




29 


6-13 


462 


00 


.000 


1-5 


.200 


4-8 


12 


4 





3 


2 


3 


13 


F19 Woke Forest 




21 


4-5 


.800 


oo 


000 


0-1 


.000 


3-5 


8 


5 





2 





1 


8 


F22 Clemson 




34 


8-14 


.571 


oo 


.000 


9-12 


.750 


2-7 


9 


3 


2 


1 


6 





25 


F26 North Carolina 




18 


3-10 


300 


oo 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


5-4 


9 


4 


2 


2 








7 


M 1 Florida Slate 




35 


10-14 


714 


00 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


4.5 


9 


1 


1 


1 


4 


1 


21 


M4 Virginio 




16 


4-5 


800 


00 


.000 


3-5 


.600 


1-5 


6 


5 





2 


2 





11 


MIO Florido Stote-ACC 




21 


10-13 


769 


00 


.000 


4-8 


.500 


4-6 


10 


2 





2 


1 


2 


24 


Mil NC Stote-ACC 




34 


5-8 


625 


oo 


.000 


5-13 


.385 


0-6 


6 


3 


2 


4 


4 


3 


15 


M12 Duke-ACC 




29 


4-15 


.267 


oo 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


62 


8 


4 


2 


3 


2 


1 


10 


M16 lono-NCAA 




23 


5-9 


.556 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


2-9 


11 


3 





2 


4 





12 


M18 UCIANCAA 




29 


8-17 


.471 


ao 


.000 


6-10 


.600 


6-4 


10 


4 





1 


1 


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Dote Opponent GOS 


Min. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3FGA 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


CM) 


Tol 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pt> 


NI4 Western Corolino 


1-0 


17 


1-2 


,500 


oo 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-4 


5 





2 








1 


3 


N17 UMBC 


10 


12 


1-4 


,250 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-3 


5 


2 


1 





I 


1 


4 


N20 Hofstro 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


.000 


00 


.000 


a2 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 














N23 Duquesne 


1-0 


7 


4-5 


.800 


oo 


.000 


1-5 


.200 


2-2 


4 











2 





9 


N26 AU Puerto Rico 


I-O 


16 


1-1 


1.000 


oo 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-6 


6 


2 














3 


N27 UCLA 


10 


5 


1-1 


1.000 


oo 


.000 


OO 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 







1 





2 


N28 Pittsburgh 


1-0 


17 


46 


.667 


00 


.000 


0-1 


000 


a4 


A 





1 




2 





8 


D3 Woke Forest 


1-0 


14 


2-5 


.400 


00 


.000 


1-1 


1000 


4-3 


7 


4 







2 





5 


D7 DePoul 


1-0 


7 


2-4 


500 


00 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


1-f 


2 


1 










I 


6 


D12 Kentucky 


1-0 


2 


OO 


.000 


oo 


.000 


OO 


.000 


0-1 


1 



















D19 Princeton 


1-0 


9 


0-0 


.000 


oo 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


00 





4 


1 







1 


1 


D23 North Texas 


1-0 


18 


laio 


1.000 


00 


.000 


88 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


2 




1 





28 


D27 S. Carolina Stale 


1-0 


12 


1-2 


500 


oo 


000 


3-6 


.500 


ai 


1 


3 


1 










5 


J3 Duke 


1-0 


14 


5-9 


556 


oo 


.000 


00 


000 


4-3 


7 


3 







2 


I 


10 


J7 Virginio 


1-0 


8 


1-2 


,500 


00 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


ai 


1 


2 







2 





3 


J 10 NC Stole 


to 


13 


l-I 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


OO 


000 


ai 


1 


1 







1 


1 


2 


J 13 North Carolina 


1-0 


2 


on 


000 


oo 


.000 


00 


000 


00 





3 
















J 19 GeorgioTech 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


oo 


.000 


00 


.000 


02 


2 










0' 








J27 Florida Stole 


1-0 


15 


4-6 


.667 


1-1 


1000 


OO 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 







1 





9 


J31 Woke Forest 


1-0 


13 


2-6 


.333 


oo 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 










1 


4 


F3 Duke 


10 


19 


5-5 


1.000 


00 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


3-2 


5 


5 


2 










12 


F6 Virginia 
FIO NC State 


1-1 
11 


26 
21 


6-10 
3-5 


600 
.600 


oo 
oo 


.000 
.000 


2-5 

1-4 


400 

.25C 


0-5 
1-3 


5 
4 


4 







1 




2 

1 


14 
7 


4 





F13 North Caroljna 


1-1 


26 


4-6 


.667 


00 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-1 


4 


4 


3 




4 


3 


10 


F21 Georgia Tech 


M 


19 


3-6 


500 


oo 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-5 


6 


3 







1 


2 


7 


F24 Clemson 


1-0 


24 


3-4 


750 


1-1 


1.000 


OO 


.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


2 




1 


1 


7 


F27 Florida Stole 


It 


26 


2-5 


.400 


oo 


.000 


2.6 


.333 


1-2 


3 


4 







1 


4 


6 


M5 Florida Stole- ACC 1 1 


24 


64 


.750 


00 


.000 


6-8 


.750 


04 


4 


2 







1 





18 


M6 No. Corolino-ACCM 


24 


1-5 


.200 


00 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


3 


1 










6 


Mil Volporoiso-NCAA 1-1 


15 


1-3 


.333 


oo 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


2-3 


5 


3 


1 










15 


M13 Creighton-NCAA 


1-1 


14 


6-9 


.667 


00 


000 


47 


.571 


3-1 


4 


4 














16 


M18 St. John's-NCAA 


1-1 


13 


2-7 


286 


00 


000 


22 


1000 


3-5 


8 


4 


1 











6 



56 



Jeiyapiin>rofilerM 



33) against the eight ranked teams on Maryland's sched- 
ule ... shot 50 percent or better from the field in 20 of his 
32 games for the season ... scored 18 points against Florida 
State in his first ACC Tournament game in 24 minutes of 
play ... scored 16 against Creighton as the Terps defeated 
the Blue Jays to advance to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA 




Tournament for the fourth lime in the last six years ... re- 
corded 28 points and 15 rebounds in three games during 
the NCAA Tournament ... averaged double figures, 10.4 
points per gome, in five postseason games. 

Harcrave Military Academy 

Spent one post-graduate season at Hargrove ... averaged 
21 points and 11 rebounds and two blocked shots while 
shooting 85 percent from the foul line and 48 percent from 
the field ... helped lead Hargrove to o 23-1 record ... played 
alongside Korleone Young who bypassed college and was 
a 1998 NBA draft choice of the Detroit Pistons ... ranked 
among the top- 12 post player prospects in the nation by 
recruiting expert Bob Gibbons ... scored his season high of 
28 points and grabbed 15 rebounds against Fork Union 
Military Academy on Dec. 12 ... selected to the all-star team 
at the prestigious Adidos/ABCD camp prior to his 1997- 
98 season at Hargrove ... averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 
rebounds to place among the top three players in the camp 
in both categories ... played in the Big-Time Tournament in 
las Vegas, Nev., prior to his post-graduate season at 
Hargrove ... led Washington Team Assault to the champi- 
onship game of the 1997 BET Pro-Am D.C. Summer Classic 
Tournament ... coach was Scott Shepherd. 

Anacostia 

Graduated in 1997 from Anacostia High in Washington, 
D.C. ... averaged 18.2 points and eight rebounds during 
his only season at the school ... second-team All-Metro by 
the Washington Post... led Anacostia to the D.C. city cham- 
pionship in a game played in his future home at Cole Field 
House ... was selected MVP of the city championship game 
OS he scored a career-high 35 points, grabbed 12 rebounds 
and blocked two shots ... Baxter mode 13-of-20 shots dur- 
ing the game ... Anacostia, which finished with a 26-8 
record, was the No. 1-ronked team in the area at the end 
of the season as selected by the Washington Post... scored 
30 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked four shots 
05 Anacostia defeated Cardozo for the DCIAA chompion- 
ship ... helped the Indians to the championship of the Bullis 
School Holidoy Classic ... Boxter scored 20 points in the 
championship final to help lead Anacostia post the host 
school, Bullis ... played as a member of the Capitol All-Star 
team in the Capital Classic at MCI Center at the conclusion 
of his senior season ... coach was Thomas Hargrove ... At 
Richard Montgomery: Played his junior season at Richard 
Montgomery High School in Rockville, Md. ... first team 
All-Montgomery County selection by the Washington Post 




Personal 

Lonny Leroy Baxter... born Jan. 27, 1979 ... he is the son of 
Edno Hughes ond Lonny Baxter, Sr. ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



Baxter's 


Career Hichs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Dote 


Points 


31 


vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


FG 


14 


vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


FGA 


23 


vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


3FG 


1 

1 


vs. Florida Stote, 1-27-99 
vs. Clemson, 2-24-99 


3 FGA 


1 
1 


vs. Florida State, 1-27-99 
vs. Clemson, 2-24-99 


F 


9 


at Clemson, 2-22-00 


FTA 


13 


vs. N estate, 3-11-00 


Rebounds 


16 


vs. Duke, 1 -9-00 


Assists 


6 


ot Duke, 2-9-00 


Blocks 


7 


vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


Steals 


4 


at Florida State, 2-27-99 


Minutes 


38 


vs. Winthrop, 12-7.99 



Baxter's Career Overall Statistics 


























Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Bik 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 32-10 463-14.7 


82-137 .599 


2-2 


1.000 


51-89 


.573 


40-76 


116-3.6 


75-0 


18 


29 


24 


22 


217-6.8 


1999-00 35-35 970-277 


218-409 .533 


0-0 


,000 


111-187 


.594 


126-182 


308-8,8 


118-4 


31 


64 


79 


34 


547-15.6 


CAREER 6745 1433-21.4 


30a546 .549 


2-2 


1.000 


162-276 


.587 


166-258 


424^5.3 


193-4 


49 


93 


103 


56 


764-11.4 


Baxter's Career ACC Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 15-5 278-18.5 


41-70 .586 


2-2 


1.000 


12-27 


.445 


22-33 


55-3.7 


43-0 


10 


24 


14 


7 


96-6,4 


1999-00 16-16 433-271 


111-206 539 


0-0 


000 


42-75 


,560 


62-73 


135-8.4 


60-3 


14 


27 


40 


16 


264-165 


CAREER 31-21 711-22.9 


152-428 .355 


2-2 


1.000 


54-102 


.529 


84-106 


190^5.1 


103-3 


24 


51 


54 


23 


333-10.7 


Baxter's Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 3-3 42-14.0 


9-19 .474 


0-0 


.000 


10-15 


.667 


6-9 


15-5.0 


11-0 


2 


2 








28-9,3 


1999-00 2-2 52-26.0 


13-26 ,500 


0-0 


,000 


8-13 


.615 


8-13 


21-10,5 


7-0 





3 


5 


1 


34-170 


CAREER 5-5 94-18.8 


22-45 .489 


0-0 


.000 


18-28 


.643 


14-22 


3<!^7.2 


18-0 


2 


5 


5 


1 


62-12.4 



57 




apin-Profiles 



O'OI MARYLAHO BASKETBALL 



•'-^- -■"-■ 




Guard 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Calvert Hall) 
6-3 • I El • R-JuNiOR 



Qn Dixon 

All America candidote whose dynamic breakout season as 
a sophomore resulted in 1 8 points ond neorly three steals 
per gome ... rated the nation's lop I or 2 shooting guard 
by multiple preseason publications ... Naismilh and 
Wooden Player of the Year Award candidate alongside 
teammates Terence Morris and lonny Baxter ... slashing 
scorer who creates well off the dribble and mokes oppor- 
tunities both for himself ond for teammates ... described by 
teammates as "fearless" ... ACC leader in steals and sec- 
ond in scoring in just his first season as o college starter ... 
enters his junior season listed seventh on the Terps' career 
chart for steals (t46|. 

Williams on Dixon 

"Juan has exceeded most people's expectations for whot 
he was going to do. Now, the big thing for Juan is to come 
bock ond become a better player as o junior as he gets 
stronger. I think getting stronger will really help his game. 
Juan has established himself os one of the best guards in 
the ACC. He's very determined on the basketball court 
He's one of the most positive players I've coached in terms 
of slaying with his shot and not letting slumps or setbacks 
gel in his woy. He's very resilient." 

I 999-00 

Honorable mention All-America guard ... first-teom AII-ACC 
ACC All-Defense first team ... first teom ACC All-Tourna- 
ment... twice named ACC Player of the Week ... started ail 
35 gomes as o sophomore, leading the ACC in steals [2.7] 
and finishing second in the league with 18.0 points per 
gome ... also was second in the league with a 19.8-point 
clip in ACC gomes only ... 630 points were the ninth-high- 
est figure in Marylond history ... averaged a team-high 34.0 
minutes per gome ... also led Maryland with 49 3-point 
field goals ... was fourth in the ACC in free throw percent- 
age (.790) and sixth in assists |3.6| ... his 96 steals rank as 
the second-best season total in Maryland history and es- 
tablished new sophomore class record ... shot 46.2 per- 
cent overall and 36.3 percent from 3-point ronge ... 44.8 
percent shooting from trey ronge in conference gomes ... 
scored in double figures in 32 of 35 games ... 20 points or 
more on 13 occasions, and ot least 30 points three times ... 
career-high 33 points vs. Georgia Tech come on 12 of 17 
shooting from the floor and 4 of 5 3-pointers on Feb. 16... 
also had 3) points in a rood loss to the Yellow Jackets on 
Jan. 16 ... matched his 31 -point effort in the Terps' 98-87 
win at Duke on Feb. 9 ... shot 14 of 19 ogoinst Duke at 
Cameron Indoor Stadium . opened the season with three 




ixon 



All-America 
. Candidate , 



straight 20-plus career scoring performances - 20 vs. Son 

Francisco, 25 vs. Tulane and 26 against Foirleigh Dickinson 
career rebounding high of 11 vs. Kentucky ol Modison 
Square Garden ... notched first double<Jouble with 18-poinl, 
10-rebound effort against Coastal Carolina team leader 
in free throws (113) and percentage, shot 8 of 10 in NCAA 
first round gome vs lona ... was 10 of 12 at the stripe ot 
Georgia Tech ... was perfect from the line in seven straight 
gomes from Nov. 22 to Dec 7 . buried career-best five 
field goals on three different occosions . was 5 of 7 be- 



hind the arc vs. Tulane, 5 ot 10 ot Temple, and 5 of 9 
ogoinst North Carolina at Cole on Feb. 26 ... recorded 
three or more steals on 21 different occosions ... hod six 
straight gomes of three or more steals from Jan. 27 at North 
Corolino to Feb. 13 ol Temple. 

1 998-99 

Earned honorable mention ACC All-Freshman honors as 
he overoged 7.4 points ond 2.6 rebounds .. led all ACC 
freshmen in steals (50) and steols per gome ( 1 .5) ... his 50 




58 






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TJfrapiia>rofiles^ 



steals ranks as the second-best single-season effort by a 
Maryland frestiman behind only Johnny Rhodes' 71 dur- 
ing the 1993 season ... became the first freshman in school 
history to lead the Terps in free-lhrow percentage (.830) ... 
his 36 3-poinl shots made ranks lied as the second-best 
effort by a Maryland freshmon ... his 97 attempts from 
beyond the ore also ranks second among all freshmen in 
school history ... Johnny Rhodes (59-173| is the freshmen 
leader in both categories during the 1 993 season . . . among 
the freshmen leaders in the ACC in 3-point shooting ... his 
36 3-point shots mode ranked fourth while his .371 shoot- 
ing percentage ranked second only to Chris Dawson of 
Wake Forest among ACC freshmen ... began the season in 
strong fashion with 14 points, aided by four 3-pointers, 
against Western Carolina in his first college game ... en- 
joyed double-figure scoring in seven of his first 10 career 
games ... season-high of 18 points at Woke Forest on Jan, 
31 ...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 Shootout ... 
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 ... in his 
ACC debut, added 14 points in 16 minutes against Woke 
Forest in Cole Field House on Dec. 3 ... 12 points against 
DePoul in the championship game of the BB&T Classic on 
Dec. 8 ... hit two game-clinching free throws to lead Mary- 
land post Virginia on Jan. 7 in Charlottesville ... his two 
free throws come with 3.4 seconds remaining and put the 
Terps up 71-66 ... scored seven points against Creighton 
in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... played 
1 7 minutes, scored five points and added one assist against 
St. John's in an NCAA Sweet 16 gome. 

I 997-98 

Redshirt season ... originally signed with Maryland during 
the fall 1996 recruiting period ... began practice with the 
team in December 1997. 

High School 

Graduated in 1 997 from Calvert Hall High School in Balti- 
more ... two-time All-Metro first-team selection by the Balti- 
more Sun ... 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 averaged 23.4 points and 
4.5 rebounds during his senior season ... shot nearly 90 
percent from the free-throw line as a senior ... averaged 
21.9 points while shooting 47 percent from the field as a 
junior ... led Calvert Hall to the Catholic League Tourna- 
ment finals during his sophomore, junior and senior sea- 
sons ... Calvert Hall won consecutive MIAA A conference 
championships with Dixon in the lineup ... named the Most 
Valuable Player at the Eastern States Christmas Tournament 
his senior season ... played in the Capitol Classic at 
USAirwoys Arena ... scored o career-high 46 points against 
Washington, DC, city champion and top-ranked Anacostio 
in December of his senior season in the Gonzoga/D.C. 
Boy's Bosketboll Classic ... his 46 points was o tournament 
record ... scored a game-high 26 points to lead Calvert 
Hall past Good Counsel, 56-49, in the opening round of 
the early season Towson Catholic Tip-Off Tournament .. 
named tournament Most Valuable Player as he rallied 



Dixon Came-By-Came 1 999-2000 (SqphomoreI 


Dote 


Opponent &GS Min. 


FG-A 


Pd. 


3F&A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


O-D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pis 


N17 


USF 1 


1 34 


9-17 


.529 


0-3 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


2-5 


7 


2 


3 


3 





3 


20 


N19 


Tulone 1 


1 36 


8-12 


.667 


5-7 


.714 


4-b 


.667 


0-3 


3 


2 


5 


4 





3 


25 


N22 


F Dickinson 1 


1 26 


8-14 


.571 


1-3 


.333 


4-4 


1.000 


3-4 


7 


2 


2 


1 


2 


4 


26 


N24 


Kentucky 1 


1 35 


3-17 


.176 


0-6 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


6-5 


11 


2 


2 


6 





2 


8 


N26 


Notre Dame 1 


1 31 


3-11 


.272 


3-7 


.428 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


5 


3 





6 


H 


N30 


Iowa 1 


1 35 


7-12 


.583 


1-4 


250 


3-3 


1,000 


1-4 


5 





4 


4 


1 


3 


18 


D4 


Illinois 1 


1 38 


8-16 


.500 


1-2 


,500 


2-2 


1,000 


2-6 


8 





2 


9 





5 


19 


D5 


Geo. Washington 1 


1 37 


4-9 


.444 


1-4 


,250 


6-6 


1,000 


4-3 


7 


2 


6 


7 





2 


15 


D7 


WInthrop I 


1 33 


5-15 


.333 


0-7 


.000 


6-6 


1000 


1-2 


3 


4 


3 


2 





1 


16 


DU 


Kentucky 1 


1 34 


5-17 


.294 


0-2 


.000 


5-9 


,556 


2-5 


7 


3 


3 


3 





3 


15 


D27 


George Mason 1 


1 35 


6-15 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


1-1 


2 


3 


4 


2 





2 


13 


D30 


UMBC 1 


1 25 


3-8 


.375 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


3-2 


5 


2 


5 


4 





3 


6 


J2 


Coastal Carolina 1 


1 27 


8-14 


.571 


0-2 


.000 


2-4 


,500 


8-2 


10 


2 


5 


3 


1 





18 


J7 


NC State 1 


1 31 


7-11 


.636 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


,000 


1-6 


7 


2 


1 


4 





3 


14 


J9 


Duke 1 


1 30 


6-18 


,333 


0-3 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


0-4 


4 





1 


4 


1 


1 


13 


J16 


Georgia Tech 1 


1 34 


10-18 


.556 


1-2 


500 


0-12 


,833 


3-3 


6 


2 


1 


3 





3 


31 


J19 


Wake Forest 1 


1 37 


9-18 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


2-6 


8 


2 


6 


3 


1 


5 


IB 


J22 


Clemson 1 


1 36 


511 


.455 


4-7 


.571 


4.4 


1,000 


1-8 


9 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 


18 


J27 


North Carolina 1 


1 37 


8-20 


.400 


4-7 


571 


2-2 


1,000 


3-0 


3 


2 


2 


5 





3 


22 


J29 


Florida Stale 1 


1 32 


7-14 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


7-8 


,875 


2-2 


4 


3 


4 


1 





4 


23 


F2 


Virginia 1 


1 38 


6-13 


,462 


0-1 


.000 


7-10 


,700 


1-2 


3 


3 


6 


6 


1 


4 


19 


F6 


NC Stote 1 


1 36 


5-15 


,333 


0-2 


.000 


7-8 


,875 


3-1 


4 


1 


6 


3 





5 


17 


F9 


Duke 1 


1 35 


14-19 


,737 


0-1 


.000 


3-5 


,600 


2.3 


5 


2 


2 


4 





3 


31 


F13 


Temple 1 


1 39 


8-22 


364 


5-10 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


4-3 


7 


3 


4 


6 





4 


21 


F16 


Georgio Tech 1 


1 34 


12-17 


.706 


4-5 


.800 


5-5 


1,000 


1-2 


3 


1 


7 


2 





2 


33 


F19 


Woke Forest 1 


1 32 


7-U 


.500 


3-6 


,500 


3-4 


,750 


0-0 





4 


3 


3 





4 


20 


F22 


Clemson 1 


1 37 


4-9 


.444 


1-4 


,250 


2-2 


1,000 


0-4 


4 


1 


1 


3 





1 


11 


F26 


North Carolina 1 


1 38 


8-17 


.471 


5-9 


,556 


2-2 


,000 


1-3 


4 


4 


4 


1 


2 


2 


23 


Ml 


Florida Stale 1 


1 32 


5-14 


.357 


1-2 


,500 


3-4 


.750 


1-3 


4 


1 


4 


3 





1 


14 


M4 


Virginia 1 


1 38 


3-12 


.250 


1-3 


,333 


2-2 


1.000 


1-5 


6 


4 


2 


4 





3 


9 


MIO 


Florida Slale-ACC 1 


1 26 


5-8 


.625 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


3-4 


7 


2 


8 


3 





3 


12 


Mil 


NC StatfrACC 1 


1 34 


9-14 


.643 


1-2 


.500 


2-5 


400 


2-5 


7 


4 


1 


6 





1 


21 


M12 


Duke-ACC 1 


1 37 


8-15 


.533 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1000 


4-1 


5 


3 


2 


2 





3 


19 


M16 


lono-NCAA 1 


1 32 


5-12 


417 


2-5 


.400 


8-10 


.800 


4-5 


9 


3 


7 


4 





2 


20 


M18 


UCLA-NCAA 1 


1 39 


6-18 


.333 


2-7 


.286 


2-4 


.500 


2-1 


3 


2 


4 


7 





1 


16 




Juan Dixon with Payroll Coordinator Karen White 



59 




rapin-Profiles 



■■) ine championship of the Bishop McCornslor 
-iient . scored 27 points to lead the Cardinals post 
-'. host team in o 60-55 chompionship gome victory the 
'irst ployer from Calvert Hall to attend an ACC school since 
Duane Ferrell played at Georgio Tech from 1985-88 . coach 
wos Mark Amotucci ... played his freshman season ot Loke 
Clifton High School before transferring to Colvert Hall. 

Personal 

Juan Dixon .. born Oct 9, 1978 ... guided by his grand- 
porents Roberta Graves, Winomo Dixon and Wornick 
Groves; cunts Janice Dixon, Shelio Dixon, Sherrice Driver 
and Victoria Roles, uncles Mark Smith, Tony Dixon, and 
most importantly, brother Phil Dixon ... the second of three 
children born to Juanito and Phil Dixon, Jr. .. has on older 
brother, Phil (26), o younger sister Nichole (19) and a 
younger brother Jermaine Cooper (13) . Phil was a Divi- 
sion III All-Americon at Shenandooh (Va.| College where 
he established school records for career points (2,297) ond 
assists (889) mojor is letters and sciences. 




Dixon Came-By- 


-Came 1 998-99 IFreshmamI ~ 


■ 






""■ 




^ 


■ace^ 


Dole Oppoiwnl &GS 


Mm. 


FGA 


Pd. 


JfGA 


fc. 


fT-A 


Pd. 


oo 


To) 


PF 


A 


TO 


8 


s 


Pti 


NI4 Western Carolina 


1-0 


21 


5-9 


556 


47 


571 


00 


000 


1-8 


9 





2 


2 





1 


14 


N17 UMBC 


to 


13 


2-7 


286 


2^5 


333 


1-2 


500 


1-1 


2 


4 


2 


2 





2 


7 


N20 HoJsIro 


10 


15 


3-7 


.429 


13 


333 


24 


500 


14 


5 


1 





4 





2 


9 


N23 Duquesne 


1-0 


23 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1000 


5-6 


556 


05 


5 


3 


4 


3 





1 


10 


N26 AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


11 


4-5 


.800 


2-3 


.667 


44 


1.000 


02 


2 








1 





1 


14 


N27 UCLA 


1-0 


17 


3^ 


.375 


3-6 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


01 


1 


I 


1 








4 


II 


N28 Pittsburgh 


1-0 


16 


57 


714 


1-2 


500 


1-1 


1000 


2-1 


3 


2 


3 


3 





3 


12 


D3 Woke Forest 


I-O 


16 


4-6 


.667 


3-5 


600 


34 


750 


05 


5 


2 


2 


3 





1 


14 


D6 Stanford 


1-0 


12 


0-3 


.000 


ai 


.000 


OO 


000 


00 





1 


1 














D7 OePaul 


1-0 


21 


2-5 


.400 


1-2 


.500 


7-8 


.875 


2-2 


4 


2 


4 


3 





2 


12 


D12 Kentucky 


1-0 


13 


1-5 


.200 


0-2 


.000 


5-5 


1.000 


20 


2 


3 


2 


1 





2 


7 


D19 Princeton 


1-0 


IS 


4-6 


.667 


34 


750 


2-2 


1.000 


Ol 


I 


3 


3 


1 





2 


13 


D23 North Texos 


1-0 


22 


3-13 


231 


06 


.000 


00 


.000 


4-2 


6 





3 


1 





4 


6 


D27 South Corolina St 


1-0 


20 


35 


600 


1-3 


333 


00 


000 


04 


4 


3 


2 


5 





4 


7 


J3 Duke 


1^3 


17 


1-4 


250 


0-3 


.000 


1-2 


500 


02 


2 


3 


1 


1 





1 


3 


J7 Virginio 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


00 


.000 


2-2 


1000 


1-2 


3 


4 





3 








4 


J 10 NC State 


1-0 


13 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


00 


000 


00 





1 


1 


1 





1 


2 


J 13 North Corolino 


1-0 


9 


3-5 


.600 


ai 


000 


00 


000 


10 


1 


1 


1 











6 


J 19 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


13 


2-6 


.333 


14 


250 


00 


.000 


02 


2 


3 





2 


1 


2 


5 


J24 Clemson 


1-0 


6 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


000 


oo 


.000 


00 





1 

















J27 Florida Slate 


1-0 


13 


4-6 


667 


0-1 


000 


2-2 


1.000 


02 


2 


2 


2 


2 





2 


10 


J31 Woke forest 


1-0 


21 


6-11 


.545 


4-7 


.571 


2-2 


1. 000 


04 


4 


3 


2 








I 


18 


F3 Duke 


1-0 


15 


2-7 


.COO 


M 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


00 





2 





1 








4 


F6 Virginia 


1-0 


18 


49 


.444 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


M 


2 


4 


1 








2 


11 


FIO NC Stole 


1-0 


15 


04 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


oo 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





I 





2 





F13 North Corolina 


1-0 


12 


3-4 


.750 


I-l 


1000 


Ol 


.000 


01 


1 


1 


I 


1 








7 


F21 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


17 


4-8 


.500 


I-I 


1000 


3-3 


1.000 


14 


5 





4 








1 


12 


F24 Clemson 


1-0 


11 


M 


000 


0-2 


.000 


00 


000 


1-1 


2 





I 


3 











F27 Florido Stole 


1-0 


10 


2-3 


.667 


00 


.000 


OO 


.000 


00 





1 


1 


1 





2 


4 


M5 Florida Stole-ACC 1-0 


11 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


I-I 


1.000 


20 


2 


2 


1 








1 


8 


M6 No. Carolino-ACCI-0 


13 


1-4 


,250 


01 


.000 


00 


.000 


21 


3 





I 


1 





2 


2 


Mil VolporoisoNCAA 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 


00 


.000 


10 


1 





1 


3 





1 


5 


MIS St Johns-NCAA 


1-0 


17 


2-7 


286 


1-5 


200 


00 


.000 


1-2 


3 





1 


3 





I 


5 



Dixon's 


Career Highs 


^4^H 


^1 




Catego^ 


# 


Opponent/Date 


FT 


10 


at Georgia Tech, 1-15-00 


Points 


33 


vs. Georgia Tech, 2-16-00 


FTA 


12 


at Georgia Tech, 1-15-00 


FG 


M 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


Rebounds 


11 


vs. Kentucky, 11-24-99 


FGA 


22 


vs. Temple, 2-13-00 


Assists 


8 


vs. Florida State, 3-10-00 


3FG 


5 


vs.Tulone, 11-19-99 


Blocks 


2 


vs. F. Dickinson, 11-22-99 




5 


vs. Temple, 2-13-00 




2 


vs. North Carolina, 2-26-00 




5 


vs. North Carolina, 2-26-00 


Steels 


6 


vs. Notre Dome, 11-26-99 


3 FGA 


10 


vs. Temple, 2-13-00 


Minutes 


39 
39 


vs. Temple, 2-13-00 
vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 



Dixon's 


Career Overall Statistics 


























Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


F-A 


Pd. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


Si 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


34-0 505-14.9 


85-192 .443 


36-97 


.371 


44-53 


.830 


28--60 


88-26 


59-0 


47 


50 


1 


50 


25a74 


1999-00 


35-35 1190-34.0 


234-506 462 


49-135 


363 


113-143 


,790 


76-116 


192-5.5 


76-0 


127 


130 


10 


96 


630-18 C 


CAREER 


69-35 1695-24.6 


319-698 .457 


85-232 


.366 


157-196 


.801 


104-176 


2804. 1 


135^ 


174 


180 


11 


146 


880-12 8 


Dixon's 


Career ACC Statistics 


























Yeor 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3 PA 


Pd. 


F-A 


Pd. 


OR-DR 


RebAvg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


16-0 557-34,8 


37-82 .451 


13-39 


.333 


13-16 


.813 


8-24 


32-2,0 


30-0 


17 


19 


1 


15 


100-6.3 


1999-00 


16-16 220-13,8 


116-240 483 


26-58 


448 


58-71 


817 


22-52 


74-46 


33-0 


52 


51 


6 


45 


316-19.8 


CAREER 


32-16 777 24 3 


153-322 .475 


39-97 


,402 


71-87 


.817 


3a76 


106-3.3 


63-0 


69 


68 


7 


60 


416-13.0 


Dixon's 


Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 








fl 


^1 


■ 






^ 


,^■1 


Year 


GP-GS Min,-Avg, 


FG-A Pet. 


3 PA 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pel. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


Pf-0 


Ast 


To 


Blx 


St 


f>ls.-Avg. 


1998-99 


3-0 38-12.7 


7-18 .389 


3-9 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


34 


7-2.3 


4-0 


1 


4 





1 


18-6.0 


1999-00 


2-2 71-35.5 


11-30 367 


4-12 


.250 


10-14 


,714 


6-6 


12-60 


5-0 


n 


11 





3 


36-18 


CAREER 


5-2 109-21.8 


1848 .375 


7-21 


.333 


11-16 


.688 


9-10 


19-3.8 


9-0 


12 


15 





4 


54-10.8 



60 



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'99-00 PPG: 8.5. RPC: 2.9 



Guard/Forward 
Mt. Holly, I\I.J. 
(Rancocas Valley) 
E-8 • 220 • Junior 



Qn Miller 

Third-year perimeter player who was one of four Terps lo 
log over 1,000 minutes lost season ... oft-unheralded player 
who has played key minutes and scored key baskets in 
each of his two college seasons ... tall and lanky at 6-8, 
possesses outstanding jumper ... classified as a guard, can 
also play a swing forward in smaller lineups. 

Williams on Miller 

"Danny did o lot of things for us lost year that normally 
didn't show up on the scoreboard. He's very versatile. He's 
almost like a utility infielder in baseball where he plays a 
lot of positions for you and doesn't get a lot of recognition. 
He had some big gomes for us. He was able lo step up his 
offense when we needed him. This is a big year for Danny 
as a junior in the program, having played a lot last year as 
a starter and really contributing the year before as a fresh- 
man. Now we expect him to take it to the next level this 
year." 

I 999-00 

Started in all 34 gomes he played, averaging 8.5 points, 
2.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists ... winner of Maryland's "Un- 
sung Hero" postseason award ... shot 44.9 percent from 
the floor and 35.8 percent from 3-point range ... was one 
of five Terps with 30 or more 3-pointers, hitting 34 in 95 
attempts ... fifth-most 3-pointers ever mode by a Maryland 
sophomore ... career-high 20 points in regular season fi- 
nale at Virginia ... shot 9 of 12 from the floor before fouling 
out in overtime ... 11 gomes in double figures ... scored 
then-career-high 16 points including all four 3-point attempts 
in upset win at No. 3 Duke ... added two blocks and five 
rebounds in win at Durham ... also had 16 points in non- 
conference tilt vs. UMBC ...career highs of seven rebounds 
and eight ossists vs. Fairleigh Dickinson ... registered four 
steals apiece against both Son Francisco and Winthrop ... 
played 40 of 45 minutes in Virginia overtime gome ... 
played 38 minutes at Duke ... missed the NCAA Tourna- 
ment game vs. lono with a sprained left ankle. 

1 998-99 

One of only two Terp freshmen to play in all 34 gomes 
during his true freshman season ... averaged 4.2 points 
and 2.1 rebounds ... his 13 3-point field goals were the 
13th-best single season total by a freshman in school his- 
tory while his 39 3-point shot attempts ranked as the fifth- 
highest total by a Maryland freshman ... Miller's 34 steals 
ranked as the eighth-highest total by a Terp freshman ... 



averaged 14.3 minutes per gome ... averaged 13.4 min- 
utes in the first 22 gomes 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 ... one of only 
five ACC freshmen to play in 34 or more gomes during the 
1998-99 season ... ranked fifth among league freshmen 



with a .482 held goal shooting percentage ... shot .513 
percent (20-39) from the field in the lost 10 gomes of the 
season after shooting .423 (22-52) in the first 22 gomes ... 
averaged 7.6 points and 2.6 rebounds in five postseason 
gomes... season-high of 14 points in the Terps' victory over 
AU Puerto Rico in the opening round of the Puerto Rico 




61 




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2000-01 MARYLAND BASKETBA 



■'uoloot ,. double-figure scoring come in back-lo-bocl 
gomes of ifie ACC Tournomenl ogoinst Florido Stote, 10 
points, and No. 15 Nortti Corolina, 11 ... nine of fiis 11 
points against UNC come during Ifie Terps' frantic second- 
f)alf comeback ottempt against ttie Tor Heels ... also liod 
ifitee steols and a poir of assists within the run that will be 
remembered as one of the greatest in ACC Tournament 
history ... scored 11 points ogoinst Virginia |Feb- 6) .. ca- 
reer high of seven rebounds came against Hofsiro on Nov. 
20 ,,, season high of four assists come in home gomes 
against North Texas and florido State ... had three steols 
three limes including his first college gome vs. Western Caro- 
lina, the ACC Tournament bout with UNC and an NCAA 
Tourney tussle with Creighton. 

High School 

Groduoted in 1998 from Roncocos Valley High ... aver- 
aged 20.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.4 ossists per gome 
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 notional lists of the lop prep ployers 
... selected as o member of the McDonald's All-America 
teom, the USA Today Super 25 squad and the Parade 
Magazine and Street ar)d Smith 's Magazine All- America 
teams ... was selected as one of only 24 players from among 
1,500 nominees from across the notion to participate in 
the McDonald's Game ... also named the South New Jer- 
sey Player of the Yeor ... the top high school guord in the 
state of New Jersey ... was ranked among the nation's top 
15 high school players by nationally renowned Bob Gib- 
bons' recruiting services throughout his senior season and 
wos ranked os the 1 1 th-best player by the end of the yeor 
by the Gibbons service ... led Roncocos Valley to state cham- 
pionships during his sophomore and senior seasons ... RV 
won the Burlington County Scholastic League Liberty Divi- 
sion title, the South Jersey and state Group IV Champion- 
ships and odvonced to the semifinals of the stole Tourna- 
ment of Chompions ... averaged 28.0 points and 12 re 
bounds in the playoffs during his senior season ... estob 
lished the single-season school record for points in a single 
season (609) and points in o coreer (1,508) ... played in 
12 state tournament gomes and led RV to o perfect 12-0 
record ... led RVtoo 69-14 overall record during his three- 
year varsity career ... his 18.4 points per gome career scor- 
ing average is also a school record ... scored six double/ 
doubles OS o senior ... in establishing the school career 
record with 1,508 points, he broke the previous record 
which hod stood for 34 years ... scored 16 points, grabbed 
12 rebounds and added six assists as RV defeated JFK of 
Poterson in the state championship gome ... Miller was 
named the tournament MVP ... averaged 28.3 points, 8.3 
rebounds and 4.7 assists as a junior at RV ... played with 
the New Jersey All-Stars AAU teom. 

Personal 

Daniel Brion Miller .. born March 18, 1980 ... son of Rost- 
and Mick Miller ,., father is on accountant and mother is a 
nurse ... his older brother, Greg, is a senior guard at the 
University of Delowore ... father, Mick, and a brother, Mike, 
both played at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa ... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



Miller Came-By-Came 


1 999-2000 ISoPHOMOREl 














Dole 


Opponent GGS Min. 


F&A 


Pet. 


3FGA 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pd. 


OO 


Tol 


PF 


A 


TO 


6 


s 


Pis 


N17 


USF 1 


1 27 


3-5 


.600 


0-2 


000 


0-1 


000 


I-l 


2 


2 


2 


1 





4 


6 


NI9 


Tulone 1 


1 29 


1-1 


1000 


OO 


000 


2-2 


1000 


01 


1 


1 


2 











4 


N22 


F Dickinson 1 


1 25 


5-10 


500 


0-2 


000 


0-2 


.000 


07 


7 


4 


8 


5 





1 


10 


N24 


Kentucky 1 


1 24 


26 


333 


2-2 


1000 


00 


.000 


10 


1 


4 











1 


6 


N26 


Notre Dome 1 


1 32 


4-10 


.400 


26 


333 


2-5 


.400 


1-3 


4 


2 





3 





1 


12 


N30 


lowo 1 


1 35 


5-8 


625 


3-6 


500 


1-2 


500 


U 


5 


3 


7 


4 


1 


2 


14 


D4 


Illinois 1 


1 31 


3-8 


.375 


2-3 


667 


1-2 


500 


04 


4 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


9 


D5 


Geo. Woshinglon 1 


1 30 


4^ 


667 


0-1 


000 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


i 


5 


3 


1 





2 


9 


D7 


Winlhrop 1 


1 36 


3-8 


375 


2-4 


.500 


00 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


3 





4 


8 


Dll 


Kentucky 1 


I 33 


1-8 


125 


0-2 


.000 


00 


.000 


20 


2 


4 


6 





1 


3 


2 


D27 


George Mason 1 


1 35 


2-3 


.667 


11 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


6 


D30 


UMBC 1 


1 29 


5-9 


,556 


2-4 


.500 


4-4 


1.000 


02 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


16 


J2 


Coostol Corolina t 


1 25 


4-7 


.571 


2-4 


500 


3-3 


1.000 


11 


2 


2 


2 


1 








13 


J7 


NC Slate 1 


1 31 


5-9 


.556 


1-3 


333 


l-I 


.500 


03 


3 


4 


2 


3 





2 


12 


J9 


Duke 1 


1 33 


2-8 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3 


4 


4 


2 


1 


2 


6 


J16 


Georgio Tech 1 


1 33 


3-6 


500 


2-3 


667 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


1 








8 


J19 


Woke Forest 1 


1 34 


4-8 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-3 


4 


2 


4 





1 


2 


8 


J22 


Clemson 1 


1 33 


6-17 


.353 


313 


.231 


0-2 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


4 


2 








15 


J27 


North Carolina 1 


1 27 


1-5 


.200 


02 


.000 


2-2 


1. 000 


1-1 


2 


3 


2 


2 








4 


J29 


Florido Stale 1 


1 30 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


667 


01 


2 


2 


2 


1 





2 


10 


F2 


Virginia 1 


1 35 


5-6 


833 


M 


1000 


3-4 


,750 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 


5 


1 





14 


F6 


NC Stole 1 


1 35 


4-6 


667 


1-2 


.500 


00 


.000 


0-4 


4 


2 


3 


3 





2 


9 


F9 


Duke 1 


1 38 


6-9 


667 


4-4 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-2 


5 


1 


3 





2 


1 


16 


F13 


Temple 1 


1 34 


2-8 


.250 


0-5 


.000 


OO 


000 


1-2 


3 


1 


3 


6 





1 


4 


F16 


Georgia Tech 1 


1 33 


2-8 


.250 


1-3 


333 


1-1 


1000 


2-1 


3 


1 


6 


2 





1 


6 


F19 


Woke Forest 1 


1 34 


3-9 


.333 


1-4 


250 


OO 


,000 


2-1 


3 


3 


1 


2 


1 





7 


F22 


Clemson 1 


1 32 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


500 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


3 


4 


3 








1 


5 


F26 


North Corolino 1 


1 33 


3-9 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


01 


1 


2 


2 








1 


9 


Ml 


Florido Stole 1 


1 26 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


01 


1 


5 


I 








1 


6 


M4 


Virginia 1 


1 40 


9-12 


.750 


1-3 


,333 


1-1 


1. 000 


03 


3 


5 


2 


4 





2 


20 


MIO 


Florido Stote-ACC I 


1 29 


3-11 


273 


1-4 


.250 


OO 


.000 


20 


2 


1 


3 





1 


1 


7 


Mil 


NC Stote-ACC 1 


1 32 


1-3 


333 


0-0 


.000 


OO 


.000 


1-5 


6 


3 


1 


3 








2 


M12 


Duke-ACC 1 


1 9 


1-5 


.200 


0-3 


.000 


OO 


000 


1-1 


2 














1 


2 


M18 


UCLA-NCAA 1 


1 26 


2-6 


333 


0-2 


.000 


I-l 


1000 


2-2 


4 





4 


2 





2 


5 




Danny Miller with Associate Athletic Director Kathleen 
worthincton 



62 



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Miller Came-By-Came 


1 998-99 f FreshmanI 
















Date Opponent G-GS 


Min. 


fGA 


Pd. 


JFG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


O-D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N ! 4 Western Carolina 


1-0 


17 


3-6 


.500 


a3 


,000 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


2 


2 





6 


1 


3 


8 


N17 UMBC 


1-0 


13 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


1-4 


5 


3 


1 


1 





I 


8 


N20 Hofslro 


1-0 


20 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


3-5 


.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 AU Puerto Rico 


1-0 


18 


6-9 


,667 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


.000 


3-2 


5 





1 


1 








14 


N27 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 


03 Wake Forest 


1-0 


15 


1-3 


333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


ao 





3 


2 








1 


3 


06 Stonford 


1-0 


16 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


I 





1 





6 


D7 DePoul 


1-0 


15 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-2 


5 





3 














D12 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 South Corolino St 


1-0 


12 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 








1 


1 


1 


3 


J3 Duke 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


1 


I 











J7 Virginia 


1-0 


11 


03 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





3 





1 





J 10 NC State 


1-0 


16 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-1 


3 


3 





2 


1 


1 


6 


jl3 North Carolina 


1-0 


5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 

















2 


J 19 GeorgioTech 


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 - 


ai 


1 














2 





J27 Florido 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 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 


FIO NC Slate 


1-0 


19 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 


3 











2 


F13 North Caroline 


1-0 


11 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


000 


as 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 





4 


F21 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-2 


1.000 


ao 


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 





I 


I 





F27 Florida State 


1-0 


10 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3 


1 


I 


I 








3 


M5 Florida State- ACC 1-0 


20 


4-7 


.571 


0-1 


.000 


2-5 


.400 


2-1 


3 


1 


3 


1 





2 


10 


M6 No. Carolino-ACCl-O 


18 


4-7 


.571 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


3 


2 


1 





3 


11 


Mil Valparaiso-NCAA 1-0 


20 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


a2 


2 








2 





2 


7 


M13 Creighton-NCAA 


1-0 


24 


1-6 


.167 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


3 


1 


4 





3 


4 


M18 St John's-NCAA 


1-0 


19 


2-3 


,667 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


1000 


0-0 





4 


1 


2 


1 


1 


6 



Miller's 


Career Hichs 








Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Rebounds 


7 


vs. F. Dickmson, 11-22-99 


Points 


20 


vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 




7 


vs. Hofstra, 11-20-98 


FG 


9 


vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 


Assists 


8 


vs. F. Dickinson, 11-22-99 


FGA 


17 


vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 


Blocks 


2 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


3FG 


4 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


Steals 


4 


vs. USF, 11-17-99 


3 FGA 


13 


vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 




4 


vs. Winthrop, 12-7-99 


FT 


4 


vs. UMBC, 12-30-99 


Minutes 


40 


vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 


FA 


5 


several times 









Miller 


s Career Overall Statistics 
























Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


34-0 487-14.3 


53-110 .482 


13-39 


.333 


25-47 


.532 


24-48 


72-2.1 


57-1 


44 


38 


8 


34 


144-4.2 


1999-00 


34-34 1048-30.8 


111-247 .449 


34-95 


.358 


34-52 


.654 


30-69 


99-2.9 


88-3 


92 


61 


12 


45 


290-8.5 


CAREER 


68-34 1614-23.7 


164-357 .459 


47-134 


.351 


59-99 


.596 


54-117 


171-2.5 


145-4 


136 


235 


20 


79 


434-6.4 


Miller 


's Career ACC Statistics 


























Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


16-0 200-12.5 


15-35 .429 


6-16 


.375 


7-14 


.500 


6-18 


24-1.5 


26-0 


24 


12 


3 


11 


43-2,7 


1999-00 


16-16 527-32.9 


60-125 .480 


17-44 


,386 


18-26 


692 


13-30 


43-2.7 


46-2 


45 


27 


6 


17 


155-9,7 


CAREER 


32-16 727-22.7 


75-160 .469 


23-60 


,383 


25-40 


.625 


19-48 


67-2.1 


72-2 


69 


39 


9 


28 


198-6.2 


Miller 


's Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 






















Year 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


3-0 63-21.0 


6-15 ,400 


1-3 


,333 


4-5 


.800 


2-4 


6-2.0 


7-0 


2 


8 


1 


6 


18-6.0 


1999-00 


1-0 26-26.0 


2-6 ,333 


0-2 


,000 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


4-4.0 


0-0 


4 


2 





2 


5-5.0 


CAREER 


4-0 89-22.3 


8-21 .381 


1-5 


.200 


5^6 


.833 


4-6 


10-2.5 


7-0 


6 


10 


1 


8 


23-5.8 



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Guard/Forward 
Rayne, La. 
IRayne/Tulane) 
6-G •215* R-JuNioR 



On Mouton 

Second-year player ol Maryland who begins his first eli- 
gible season on the court ... a transfer student-athlete from 
Tulane who sat out the 1999-2000 season under NCAA 
rules ... averaged 13.5 points and 3.7 rebounds in 54 ca- 
reer games for the Green Wave was considered to be 
the prize catch of Tulone's 1997-98 recruiting class ... an 
inside scoring threat with great skills and athletic obility. 

Williams on Mouton 

"Byron had a very good year last season in terms of con- 
tributing to the team. What I learned about Byron is how 
much he loves to play basketball He really enjoys the com- 
petition, even in practice situations. I think Byron gives us 
the depth in the back court that we might not have had last 
year and he gives us a physical presence. He's our biggest 
guard and he's a tough guy and potentially a very good 
defensive player. In practice he's shown he really can score, 
so hopefully he'll transfer that into the game." 

I 999-00 

Redshirl season. 

I 998-99 

Was Tulone's leading scorer with an 11.4 points per-game 
average in 25 gomes played ... tied for the team lead with 
15 double-figure scoring games ... two 20-point scoring 
games . . . equaled his career high of eight rebounds agoinst 
DePaul on Jan. 20 .. led the Green Wave against DePaul 
with 11 points in the C-USA Tournament on March 5 ... 
scored 15 points m a double-overtime victory over South 
Florida on Feb. 27 ... wastive-of-IOfrom the field including 
three-of-tour from 3-point range against the Bulls ... scored 
seven points and grabbed four rebounds at NC State on 
Feb. 21 as the Green Wove played in the final gome at 
historic Reynolds Coliseum ... recorded a career-long con- 
secutive-gomes streak with at least one 3-point shot mode 
which included the final four gomes of his freshman season 
and the first hve games of his sophomore season. 

I 997-98 

Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team as he 
led Tulane in scoring (15.3 ppg) ... invited to the USA men's 
notional team trials ... was the runner-up to former Saint 
louis star Larry Hughes for C-USA Freshman of the Yeor 
honors .. called one of the Top 15 first-year basketball 
phenoms by Sports tlivslroled ... averoged a team-leading 
31.3 minutes played in 29 games ... his 444 paints ranked 
as the second-highest scoring total by a Tulane freshman 



outon 



led or co-led the teom in scoring 16 times and was the only 
double figure scorer on the team ... scored a career-high 31 
points OS Tulane defeated Southern Mississippi on Feb. 5 . . 
hit five consecutive 3point shots in regulation and o buzzer- 
beating 3-pointer to send the gome into o second overtime 
... wos o perfect lO-of-10 from the tree-throw line to lie the 
school record for single-game perfection ogainst UNC-Chor- 
lofte on Feb 9 ... 24 points come twice: Nov. 17 at Tulsa 
and Dec. 20 vs. Alabama ... scored 23 points at Hawaii on 
Dec. 6 and 18 against Long Beoch Stole on Dec 7 in earn- 
ing all-lournomenl team honors at the Howoii PowerBor In- 
vitational ... led the Green Wave with 16 points and a ca- 
reer-high eight rebounds against Rhode Island on Jan. 15 
... tied his career rebounding high against South Florido 
three gomes later on Jan. 24 ... scored 20 points on three- 
of-four shooting from the 3-point line at UAB on Feb. 14. 



High School 

Graduated from Rayne High School in 1997 ... averaged 
31.7 points, 9.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists ond 3 4 steals os o 
senior shot 57 percent from the floor ond 88 percent 
from the free throw line during his senior season . wos 
ranked as one of the top 25 recruits as a high school senior 
in 1997 .. wos the Closs 3A Player of the Year as a junior 
and senior . . selected as the All-Acadiona Player of the 
Year by the Lafayette Doily Adveiiiser . . . ranked as the 1 5th 
best player in the class of 1997 by Prep Stars Recruiters' 
Handbook ... rated No. 29 by Bob Gibbons' All-Star Sports 
Report ... overoged 32.0 points and 13.2 rebounds as a 
junior, 27.3 points and 1 1 .0 rebounds os a sophomore and 
19.3 points and 7.5 rebounds as a freshman on the vorsity 
squad ... led Rayne to o cumulative record of 125-21 (.856) 
and the state chompionship since his sophomore seoson .. 




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Rayne advanced to the state semifinals during his sopho- 
more and junior seasons. 

Personal 

Byron King Mouton ... born April 29, 1978. son of Shirley 

Mouton . majoring in sociology. 



Mquton' 


s Career Hichs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


31 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 


FG 


12 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 


FGA 


25 


vs. Tulsa, 11-17-98 


3FG 


6 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 


3 FGA 


11 


at Hawaii, 12-6-97 


FT 


10 


vs. Tulsa, 11 ■17-98 




10 


vs. UNC Charlotte, 2-9-98 


FTA 


12 


vs. Tulsa, 11-17-98 


Rebounds 


8 


vs. Rhode Island, 1-15-98 




8 


vs. South Florida, 1-24-98 




8 


vs. DePoul, 1-30-99 


Assists 


8 


vs. Southeast Louisiana, 11-29-97 


Blocks 


3 


vs. UT-Arlington, 11-14-98 




3 


vs. DePaul, 1-30-99 


Steals 


6 


at Houston, 2-13-99 


Minutes 


31 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 




Systems Analyst Lisa Packett 
WITH Byron Mouton 



Mouton Caaae-By-Came 


i 998-99 (Sophomore) 














Date 


Opponent &GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pd. 


3FG-A 


Pd. 


F\A 


Pd. 


aD 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


N19 


Prairie View A&M 


1-0 


19 


6-11 


.545 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 





2 








15 


N24 
N26 


Nicholls State 
Stetson 


1-0 
1-0 


27 
22 


4-7 
7-10 


.571 
.700 


2-4 
4-6 


.500 


5-5 

1-2 


1.000 
.500 


2-2 

0-1 


4 

1 


3 

1 



1 


2 







I 
1 


15 
19 


66/ 


Dl 


Somford 


1-0 


28 


4-7 


.571 


4-6 


.667 


2-5 


.400 


0-2 


2 


1 


1 


4 





1 


14 


D5 


Alabama 


1-0 


20 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


2 





4 





1 


4 


D9 


Texas A&M 


1-0 


25 


3-9 


.333 


1-5 


.200 


2-2 


1,000 


0-5 


5 


5 





5 


1 


4 


9 


D12 


Lamar 


1-0 


24 


5-7 


.714 


2-3 


.667 


6-8 


.750 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 


1 





18 


J2 


So. Mississippi 


1-0 


23 


2-5 


.400 


a3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


ai 


1 


3 


2 





2 





4 


J7 


UNC Charlotte 


1-0 


30 


3-8 


.375 


3-5 


.400 


2-3 


.667 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


2 





1 


11 


J9 


Saint Louis 


1-0 


29 


2-11 


.182 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


I 





2 


6 


JM 


Memphis 


1-0 


31 


7-14 


.500 


2-5 


.400 


5-9 


.556 


3-2 


5 


2 


1 


4 





5 


21 


J16 


New Ofleons 


1-1 


29 


3-8 


.375 


1-4 


.250 


3-4 


.750 


1-4 


6 


2 





3 








10 


J21 


Alo.-Birmingham 


1-1 


27 


3-9 


.333 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 


5 


3 


2 


2 





1 


7 


J23 


Houston 


1-1 


37 


6-17 


.353 


3-12 


.250 


6-6 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


4 


3 


2 


6 


21 


J28 


Marquette 


1-1 


28 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


a2 


.000 


2-2 


4 


2 


3 


4 








2 


J30 


DePaul 


1-1 


35 


8-17 


.471 


3-10 


.300 


a2 


.000 


4-4 


8 


4 


2 





3 





19 


F3 


Cincinnati 


1-1 


26 


3-12 


.250 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


5 


1 


3 





3 


7 


F8 


South Florida 


1-1 


30 


3-10 


.300 


2-4 


.500 


5-7 


.714 


2-0 


2 





1 








1 


13 


Fll 


So. Mississippi 


1-1 


29 


2-7 


.286 


2-8 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


1 





1 





1 


8 


F13 


Houston 


1-) 


33 


2-12 


.167 


2-4 


.500 


5-6 


.833 


4-3 


7 


4 


1 


1 








11 


F18 


Louisville 


1-1 


23 


4-11 


.364 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


ao 





2 


1 


2 





2 


10 


F21 


NC State 


1-1 


35 


2^6 


.333 


0-3 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


4 


2 





4 








7 


F24 


Memphis 


1-0 


18 


3-7 


.429 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 





1 


7 


F27 


South Florida 


1-1 


38 


5-10 


.500 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 


2 





2 


15 


M3 


DePaul 


1-1 


24 


4-15 


.267 


2-6 


333 


1-2 


.500 


4-1 


5 


4 


2 


3 


1 


1 


11 


Mouton Came-By-Came 


1 997-9B (Freshman) 
















Date 


Opponent &GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pd. 


3 FGA 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


&D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


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 


.833 


1-5 


6 


5 


2 


2 





3 


24 


N19 


Nicholls Stote 




32 


6-16 


.375 


0-5 


.000 


3-6 


.500 


5-1 


6 


1 





4 





1 


15 


N29 


SE Louisiono 




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 


1.000 


0-5 


5 


2 





5 





4 


18 


D20 


Alabama 




36 


iai6 


.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 


No. Carolina A&l 




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 


JIO 


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 


I 





2 


13 


J24 


South Florida 




34 


5-16 


.313 


4-9 


.444 


3-3 


1.000 


2^5 


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 


Fl 


Marquette 


1-0 


28 


3-16 


.188 


1-4 


.250 


2-4 


.500 


4-2 


6 


2 





2 


1 


3 


9 


F5 


So. Mississippi 




47 


12-23 


.522 


^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 Chorlotte 




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 
F21 


Memphis 
So. Mississippi 




31 
32 


3-8 
7-10 


.375 
.700 


1h6 
2-5 


.167 


3-5 


.600 
.000 


0-0 
1-1 



2 


2 
2 


5 



3 
3 






2 
2 


10 
16 


.400 


0-3 


F25 


DePoul 




34 


6-14 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


3-4 


.750 


2-0 


2 


2 


3 


1 





1 


16 


F28 


South Florida 


1-0 


37 


3-11 


.272 


2-7 


.286 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


9 


M4 


Saint Louis 


1-1 


33 


2-12 


.167 


1-7 


.143 


6-6 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


2 


1 


1 





1 


11 



Mouton's Career Overall Statistics (at Tulane) 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Ref>-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1997-98 29-26 908-31.3 


143-394 .360 53-179 


.296 


107-141 


.759 


50-64 


114-3.9 


75-2 


46 


74 


8 


50 


444-15.3 


1998-99 25-13 690-276 


93-242 .384 46-126 


.365 


52-73 


.712 


32-56 


88-3.5 


62-2 


26 


54 


10 


34 


284-11.4 


CAREER 54-39 1598-29.6 


236<i36 .369 99-305 


.325 


159-214 


.743 


82-120 


202-3.7 


1374 


72 


128 


18 


88 


728-13.5 



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'99-00 PPG 


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6.2 


Guard 






Miami Lakes, 


Fla. 




COak Hill (Va.) Academy) 




6-3 • 1 60 • 


Sophomore 





On Blake 

Sophomore guard who rose to national and ACC promi- 
nence in his first college season ... stepped into a starting 
role from the time he arrived on campus and never relin- 
quished his position ... earned ACC postseason honors as a 
freshman ... earned a silver medal during summer 2000 as 
a member of the USA Basketball World Championships 
Qualifying Teom. 

Williams on Blake 

"Steve come in under a lot of pressure lost year because he 
had to ploy Losing Steve Francis and Terrell Stokes, that left 
Steve as the only pure point guard in the program. To come 
rn and do whot he did as a freshman in terms of being tough 
with the boll ond playing good defense, it was a big plus 
for us lost year. It was critical to our success, hlis offense 
really got stronger as the year went on. He's starting from a 
very good position this year in terms of whot he con do as o 
point guord He's going to be asked to do more things this 
year, but I think Steve's the type of player that likes that 
responsibility" 

I 999-00 

ACC All-Freshmon Teom, honorable mention AII-ACC and 
honorable mention ACC All-Defensive Team ... starting point 
guard for 33 of 35 gomes played during his first college 
season .. led Terps with 6.2 assists and was third among all 
NCAA freshmen . the fifth freshman ever to leod the Terps 
in assists . second on the team with 2.0 steals ... fourth in 
the ACC in both steals and assists ... finished third in the 
ACC with 1.71 ossist-to-turnover ratio ... set Terrapin fresh- 
man record with 217 assists while tying the doss mark with 
71 steals ... supplanted former Terp great John Lucas as the 
freshmon ossists leader . . become just the fourth Morylond 
player ever to surposs 200 assists in a season ... finished his 
freshman campaign with the second-best assist figure in 
Maryland history, just four shy of record-holder Keith Gatlin's 
221 in 1985 ... his steals were sixth all-time, tied with cur- 
rent Harlem Globetrotters stor Johnny "Ace" Rhodes ... was 
second on Terps with 37 3-point field goals, and hfth in 
scoring with 70 points per game ... was fourth on the club 
with 3.0 rebounds per contest ... 37 3FGs are second-best 
hgure by o Maryland freshman . increased his scoring os 
the season continued, scoring in double hgures in four 
straight gomes entering the ACC Tournament 1 14.3 ovg.) ... 
one of four Terrapin starters to average at least 30 minutes 
per gome (31. 9| ... scored his career-high 17 points in a 
March 1 home win over Florida State ,,. olso added 10 
assists for o double-double in points and assists against the 



Seminoles ... posted career-high 11 assists vs. Tulone and 
Illinois .. had 10 vs Florida Stote, ond three gomes with 
nine ossists (at NC State, at UNC, at Woke Forest). 

High School 

Groduoted from Oak Hill Academy in 1999 ... compiled 
on amazing 1 00-4 high school record between three differ- 
ent schools ... All-America honorable mention selection fol- 
lowing his senior season by USA Today ... named the run- 
ner-up for the "Mr. Basketball" award in the state of Vir- 
ginia following his senior season ot Ook Hill ... ranked as 
the second-best prep point guard by recruiting analyst Bob 
Gibbons ... ranked as the sixth-best point guard entering 
the collegiate ranks in 1999-00 by recruiting expert Brick 
Oettinger ... named as the 44th-best overall ployer in the 
prep class of 1999 by Recruiter's Handbook and the ACC 
Area Sports Jourryal .. in thehnol game of his career. Bloke 
led o team of ACC future stars post o team of future SEC 
stars, 1 45- 1 1 5, in Reynolds Coliseum on the NC State cam- 
pus in the Filo/LJSA Hoops Challenge ... helped lead the 
Copitol team to victory in the D.C-oreo Capitol Classic. 

Oak Hill Academy 

Started at point guard and averaged 8.8 points and 7.3 
assists as Ook Hill was named the high school notional cham- 



pion by USA Today, ESPN ond the Associated Press .. Ook 
Hill continued its outstanding tradition with a perfect 31-0 
record, becoming the school's third undefeated team in the 
lost nine seasons ... Oak Hill defeated seven of the top 25 
notionally ronked teoms during the seoson ... scored 16 
points and added 10 assists as Oak Hill defeated Ml Zion 
|N.C.| to win the championship of the Reebok Invitational/ 
Los Vegos Holiday Tournament ... named to the oll-tourno- 
ment team at Los Vegas ... averaged 6.3 assists in three 
gomes as Ook Hill won the Gloxo-Wellcome Holiday Tour- 
nament in Raleigh, NC. ... credited with six assists as Oak 
Hill defeated Christ the King |N.Y.) in the championship 
gome ... season-high 13 assists come at Minnetonko (Minn.) 
High School on Jon. 30 .. coach at Ook Hill was Steve 
Smith. 

Miami Senior 

The starting point guard at Miami Senior High School os o 
junior ... led Miomi Senior to a 36-1 record and the 6A 
Florida state championship ,, team was ronked No. 4 in 
the final rankings by USA Today ... was an honorable men- 
tion All-America selection by USA Today, all-state second- 
teom selection, all<ounty first-team choice and o member 
of the state championship series all-tournament team ... all- 
tournament team selection at the loloni Tournament (Ha- 




66 



TJi-rapiiTBrofilis^ 



woii) ... was selected to the ail-tournoment team and named 
the most valuable player at the Chelsea Tournament (Bos- 
ton) ... scored 14 paints, 12 from 3-point range, as Miami 
won the 1998 state championship ... scored 17 points for 
Miami Senior while defeating Dillard in the Wilt Chamber- 
lain Rising Star Shootout with the tournament's namesake in 
attendance . played for coach Frank Martin ... 

Miami Killian 

Played on the varsity as a freshman and sophomore at Mi- 
ami 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 oil-tour- 
nament team and was on all-state honorable mention selec- 
tion ... earned all-tournament team honors in the junior Or- 
ange Bowl Classic as a freshman and sophomore ... all- 
county first-team as a sophomore and second-team as a 
freshman ... coach at Killian was Gabe Corchioni. 

International 

Helped lead the United States to a silver medal in the 2000 
World Championship qualifying tournament, and a gold 
medal in the 1998 Junior World Championship qualifying 




5r. Associate Athletic Director 
Rob Mullens with Steve Blake 



tournament (prior to his senior season at Oak Hill) ... tied 
far the team lead in assists with 20, on average of 3.3 per 
game in 1998... credited with a team-high four assists in 
the gold medal gome against Argentina ... had four assists 
in preliminary gomes against Conado and Cuba, and five 
vs. Brazil ... scored a personal-best eight points against 
Canada in the first game of the tournament ... scored on 
five-of-nine free throws against Canada ... selected as a 
member of the U.S. Junior World Championship Team which 
played in Portugal in July of 1999. 

Personal 

Steven Hanson Blake ... born Feb. 26, 1980 in Hollywood, 
Fla. ... son of Richard and Cindy Blake ... the youngest of 
four children, with three older sisters... majoring in psychol- 
ogy ... member of the National Honor Society and gradu- 
ated 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. 



Blake's 


Career Hichs 


Catego7 


# 


Opponent/Dote 


Points 


17 


vs. Florida State, 3-1-00 


FG 


6 


vs. Florida State, 3-1-00 


FGA 


13 


vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


3FG 


4 


at Clemson, 2-22-00 


3 FGA 


7 


vs. Duke, 1 -9-00 


FT 


4 


vs. Kentucky, 12-11-99 




4 


vs. North Carolina, 2-26-00 


FTA 


6 


vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 




6 


vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


Rebounds 


7 


vs. Virginia, 2-2-00 




7 


vs. Temple, 2-13-00 


Assists 


11 


vs.Tulane, 11-19-99 




11 


vs. Illinois, 12-4-99 


Blocks 


2 


vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 


Steals 


6 


vs.Tulane, 11-19-99 




6 


vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


Minutes 


43 


vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 



Blake Came-By-Came 


1 999-2000 (Freshman) 














Dote 


Opponent CK5S Min. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3 FG-A 


Pet. 


FT^ 


Pet. 


&0 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N17 


USF 1 


1 26 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


I 


3 


6 


6 





1 


4 


N19 


Tulone 1 


1 34 


3-6 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


3 


11 


6 





6 


8 


N22 


F. Dickinson I 


1 25 


3-5 


,600 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 





3 


1 


1 


1 


7 


N24 


Kentucky 1 


1 34 


2-4 


.500 


0-2 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


5 


7 


5 





2 


4 


N26 


Notre Dome 1 


1 35 


4-9 


.444 


3-4 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


4 


3 


4 


6 





1 


14 


N30 


Iowa 1 


1 27 


1-7 


.143 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1,000 


1-2 


3 


4 


7 


1 








5 


D4 


Illinois 1 


1 32 


1-3 


.333 


a2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


4 


11 


4 





2 


2 


05 


Geo. V^Qshington 1 


1 34 


1-6 


.167 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


1 


6 


7 


I 


3 


3 


07 


Winthrop 1 


1 33 


2-7 


.286 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


5 


4 


1 


1 


6 


D11 


Kentucky 1 


1 34 


5-9 


.556 


2-6 


.333 


4-5 


.800 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 


3 





4 


16 


D26 


George Moson 1 


1 36 


2-7 


.286 


0-4 


000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 





4 


8 





3 


4 


D30 


UMBC 1 


1 19 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


5 


1 


3 


6 


J2 


Coastal Corolino 1 


1 24 


4-10 


.400 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 


7 


5 





1 


10 


J6 


NC State 1 


1 37 


2-6 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


2 


9 


5 


1 





6 


J9 


Duke 1 


1 38 


5-13 


.385 


2-7 


286 


0-0 


.000 


0-6 


6 


2 


8 


3 





6 


12 


J16 


Georgia Tech 1 


1 31 


2-8 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


8 


3 





3 


4 


J19 


Woke Forest 1 


1 29 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


7 


3 








2 


J22 


Clemson 1 


1 30 


3-5 


,600 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1000 


a2 


2 


3 


7 


2 





5 


10 


J27 


North Carolina 1 


1 35 


1-7 


.143 


1^5 


.167 


0-0 


000 


0-3 


3 


3 


9 


5 





2 


3 


J29 


Florido Stote 1 


1 36 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


7 


1 





2 


2 


F2 


Virginia 1 


1 29 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-6 


7 


3 


6 


2 





1 


5 


F6 


NC Stole 1 


« 29 


ai 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


.167 


1-0 


1 


4 


8 











1 


F9 


Duke 1 


1 33 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


2 


2 





2 


7 


F13 


Temple 1 


1 36 


3-8 


.375 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


7 


2 


7 


7 





2 


9 


F16 


Georgia Tech 1 


1 27 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


4 


4 


2 





1 


4 


F19 


Woke Forest 1 


1 38 


4-7 


.571 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


9 


5 





3 


9 


F22 


Clemson 1 


1 30 


5-7 


.714 


4-5 


.800 


ao 


.000 


0-5 


5 


4 


6 


2 





1 


14 


F26 


North Corolino 1 


1 34 


3-5 


.600 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


a2 


2 


1 


5 


2 





1 


10 


Ml 


Florida State 1 


30 


6-8 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


2 


10 


1 


1 


2 


17 


M4 


Virginia 1 


1 43 


5-10 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


0-A 


4 


2 


6 


3 





2 


16 


MIO 


Florida Stote-ACC 1 


1 22 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


a2 


2 


3 


5 


1 


1 


3 


2 


Mil 


NC Stote-ACC 1 


1 31 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


a2 


2 


2 


8 


1 


1 


2 


4 


M12 


Duke-ACC 1 


I 39 


3-8 


375 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


6 





1 


7 


M16 


lono-NCAA 1 


I 34 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 


7 





2 


5 


MI8 


UCLA-NCAA 1 


1 31 


2-8 


250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 





6 


3 


2 


2 


5 



Blake's Gvreer Overall Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A 
1999-00 35-33 1115-319 86-211 408 37-102 


Pet, 

363 


FT-A 

35-51 


Pet. 

686 


OR-DR 

17-89 


Reb-Avg. 

106-3 


PF-D 

81-0 


Ast 

217 


To 

127 


BIk 

10 


St 

71 


Pts.-Avg. 

244-70 


Blake's Career ACC Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A 

1999-00 16-14 529-33.1 43-97 ,443 18-47 


Pet. 

,383 


FT-A 

19-28 


Pet. 

679 


OR-DR 

4-50 


Reb-Avg. 

54-3,4 


PF-D 

41-0 


Ast 

111 


To 
41 


BIk 
2 


St 

31 


Pts.-Avg. 

123-77 


Blake's Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A 

1999-00 2-2 65-32,5 4-11 .363 1-2 


Pcf. 

.500 


FT-A 

1-1 


Pet. 

1,000 


OR-DR 

2-4 


Reb-Avg. 

6-30 


PF-D 

2-0 


Ast 

8 


To 

10 


BIk 

2 


St 

4 


Pfs.-Avg. 

10-5,0 



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-01 MARYLAND BASKBTBALA 




'99-00 PPG: 3.3, RPC: 2.0 



Forward 

Little Silver, N.J. 

(Red Bank ReciqnalI 

E- 1 • 217 • Sophomore 



Qn Holden 

Second-yeof ployer who wos impressive as a freshman end 
who established his role as o key player off the Terrapin 
bench ... earned Ihree starts in his first college season and 
was instrumental in maintaining the Terps' nine-gome ACC 
win streak in 2000 ... player with excellent size who can 
also step out and hit the 3-pointer. 

Williams on Holden 

"Tohj was great as a freshman, I can't soy enough about 
him. I never saw as much criticism of a player before he 
even got a chance to practice by some people, and he just 
threw It all in their face. Tohj is a very tough, physical player 
who hod a lot going against him in high school. fHe obvi- 
ously con shoot the ball ot 6-10 and 247 pounds. Plus, 
he's going to continue to get bigger and stronger. He cer- 
tainly has a chance to be a very good player at University 
of Maryland. It was great to see him happy with the year 
he hod as a freshman, and he'll build on that during his 
sophomore year. Tohj is very smart. He s one of those play- 
ers who, as a coach, you don't hove to soy things twice to 
him." 

1999-00 

Ployed in oil 35 games and drew three starts as a true 
freshman ... averaged 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in over 
12 minutes per game ... one of three Terp freshmen to ap- 
pear in all 35 contests ... played 23 minutes in his first co- 
reer start, vs. Clemson (Jan. 22), while taking the piece of 
injured All-American Terence Morris .. responded with 12 
points on 4 of 6 shooting and 10 rebounds for his only 
double-double ... also hod five blocked shots . included 
in the 10 boards were five on the offensive end .. started 
and played just eight minutes in home win over NC State 
(Feb. 6) when he picked up three quick fouls ... started 
NCAA Tournament win over lona In place ot Danny Miller 
.. contributed four points ond four rebounds in a season- 
high 30 minutes ... season-high 17 points on 5 of 7 shoot- 
ing, including 3 of 3 treys, ogainst Wake Forest (Jan. 19) ... 
in back-to-back gomes against Wake and Clemson, scored 
29 points with 16 rebounds ... shot 9 of 13 overall and 
was good on 3 of 4 3-pointers ... named ACC rookie of 
the week on Jan. 24 afler performances vs. Wake Forest 
and Clemson .. averaged 5.3 points and 5.0 rebounds 
per gome as a starter ... scored nine points in 20 minutes 
off the bench in the ACC Tournoment title gome vs. Duke 
(Morch 12) averaged a solid 1 4 minutes per game dur- 
ing conference action ... shot 47.4 percent from 3-point 
range (9 of 19) ... shot 47.8 percent from the floor, overall. 



olden 



in ACC ploy ... 26 blocked shots ranked os the seventh 
highest total by a freshman in Maryland history 

High School 

Selected oil-state by the Associated Press ... on oll-stote 
second-team choice following his senior seoson by the 
Gonneff newspoper choin ... oll-stote fourth team by New 
Jersey Hoops ... played in the New Jersey Scholastic 
Coaches Association All-Stor gome following his senior 



season ... ranked as the 48th-besl prep player entering the 
collegiole ranks for the 1999-2000 season by the ACC 
Area Journal ond Recruiter's Handbook a three-year 
starter at Red Bonk ... Red Bonk wos ranked as the top 
public high school team in the stote of New Jersey during 
his senior season ... ranked 14th In the finol poll of the 
1999 season by New Jersey Hoops ... an All-Shore first- 
team selection os a senior by the AsburyPorl( Press... named 
the area high school ployer of the year by the Asbury Park 




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I.RH.VJf 



TjerrapinJ>roples 




Press following his senior season ... scored 1,025 career 
points to rank in the top 10 in school history ... averaged 
1 4.6 points on .520 percent field goal shooting to go along 
with 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game ... scored a 
season-high 24 points in a Shore Conference Tournament 
victory over Lakewood ... scored 24 points, 11 rebounds, 
six assists and five blocked shots against Lakewood in the 
Shore Conference Tournament semifinals ... hit two pres- 
sure-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 ... 
blocked a career-high nine shots against Neptune in the 
tournament quarterfinals ... averaged 14.4 points, 6.8 re- 
bounds, three assists and two blocked shots in leading 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 Group 




Assistant Athletic Director 
Chris Janush and Tahj Hdlden 



III championship game as a junior ... coached by Steve 
Johnson ... shot 13-of-21 (.61 9| 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 notional tournament and 
was named AAU All-America first-team ... ranked as the 
nation's 46th-best prep product entering his senior season 
by Fastbreak Magazine. 

International 

Helped lead the U.S. to o gold medal at the 1998 World 
Youth Gomes in Moscow during the summer prior to his 
senior season at Red Bank. 

Personal 

Tahj Jorod Holden (first name rhymes with mirage) ... born 
Jan. 17, 1981 ... son of Debbie Holden ...was student coun- 
cil president as a senior at Red Bonk High ... a semifinalist 
in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. 



Holden's 


Career Highs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


17 


vs. Woke Forest, 1-19-00 


FG 


5 


vs. Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


FGA 


7 


vs. Woke Forest, 1-19-00 


3FG 


3 


vs. Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


3 FGA 


3 


vs. Woke Forest, 1-19-00 


FT 


7 


vs. Coostol Carolina, 1-2-00 


FTA 


8 


vs. Coastal Corolino, 1-2-00 


Rebounds 


10 


vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 


Assists 


5 


vs. Georgia Tech, 2-16-00 


Blocks 


5 


vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 


Steals 


3 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 




3 


vs. lono, 3-16-00 


Minutes 


30 


vs. lona, 3-16-00 



Holden Came-By-Came 


i 999-2000 (FreshmanI 














Date 


Opponent &GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3 FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


ao 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pis 


N17 


USf 


1-0 


11 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





1 














2 


N19 


Tulane 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 























N22 


F. Dickinson 


1-0 


22 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-4 


4 


3 


2 


1 


3 


1 


5 


N24 


Kentucky 


1-0 


9 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


ai 


1 


1 


1 





2 








N26 


Notre Dame 


1-0 


17 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 





1 


I 


1 


N30 


Iowa 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























D4 


Illinois 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















D5 


Geo. Woshingtor 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 




















1 


D7 


Winthrop 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 








1 








Dll 


Kentucky 


1-0 


5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 














D27 


George Mason 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















D30 


UMBC 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 





1 


J2 


Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


,500 


1-2 


.500 


78 


.875 


1-2 


3 


3 








1 


3 


12 


J7 


NC Stole 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 





1 








J9 


Duke 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





) 

















J16 


Georgio Tech 


1-0 


8 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


5 











1 


2 


J19 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


18 


5-7 


.714 


3-3 


1,000 


4-6 


.667 


2-4 


6 


3 


1 











17 


J22 


Clemson 


l.l 


23 


4-6 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


5-5 


10 


3 





1 


5 


1 


12 


J27 


North Carolina 


1-0 


15 


04 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 








1 





J29 


Florida State 


1-0 


19 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-4 


4 


3 


1 





1 


1 


4 


F2 


Virginia 


1-0 


10 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





1 


1 





1 


1 


1 


F6 


NC State 


1-1 


8 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 

















F9 


Duke 


1-0 


17 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 











2 


F13 


Temple 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 











F16 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


IB 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 


1 


2 





8 


F19 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


18 


a2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


5 


2 


1 


3 





4 


F22 


Clemson 


1-0 


18 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 











8 


F26 


North Carolina 


1-0 


17 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


.500 


2-1 


3 





2 











3 


Ml 


Florido State 


1-0 


7 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


ao 





1 


1 





2 








M4 


Virginia 


1-0 


28 


3-6 


.500 


ai 


,000 


4-6 


.667 


1-3 


4 


4 








1 


1 


10 


MIO 


Florida Stole-ACC 1-0 


19 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


,000 


3-5 


.600 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 








1 


5 


Mil 


NC Stote-ACC 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 





1 











2 


MI2 


Duke-ACC 


1-0 


20 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-0 


2 


2 





1 





1 


9 


M16 


lona-NCAA 


1-1 


30 


1-6 


.167 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


3 





1 


3 


4 


M18 


UCLA-NCAA 


1-0 


15 


1-3 


.333 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 








2 


3 



Holden's Career Overall Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 35-3 431-123 32-74 432 


3P-A 

9-19 


Pet. 

.474 


FT-A 

43-64 


Pet. 

672 


OR-DR 

20-49 


Reb-Avg. 

69-20 


PF-D 

61-2 


Ast 

34 


To 

7 


BIk 

26 


St 

IB 


Pts.-Avg. 

116-3.3 


Holden's Career ACC Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 16-2 228-14.3 22-46 .478 


3P-A 

5-11 


Pet. 

.455 


FT-A 

22-34 


Pet. 

.647 


OR-DR 

14-29 


Re^Avg. 

43-2.7 


PF-D 

39-2 


Ast 

18 


To 

3 


BIk 

16 


St 

6 


Pts.-Avg. 

71-4.4 


Holden's Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 2-1 45-22.5 1-9 .111 


3P-A 
1-3 


Pet. 

.333 


2-2 


Pet. 

1.000 


OR-DR 

0-4 


Reb-Avg. 

4-2.0 


PF-D 

3-0 


Ast 

5 


To 




BIk 

1 


St 

5 


Pts.-Avg. 

7-3.5 



69 



apiii-Profiles 




0-0/ MARYLAND BASKETBALU 




'99-00 PPG: 5. 1 . RPC: l.i 


Guard 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


(Ldnc Island LutheranI 


6-3 • 1 ED • Sqphdmdre 



On Nicholas 

Sharp-shooling sophomore guard who wos a valuable as- 
set in his first season ... was o tremendous aid as the first 
guard off the bench ... a good scoring threat off the bench 
. will only improve with experience and strength. 

Williams on Nicholas 

"Drew came in with the reputation as o shooter and he 
certainly is a very good shooter. His game expanded dur- 
ing the yeor last season to where he also became on ad- 
equate defensive player. Drew is another player whose 
added strength will help him become o better defensive 
player and also help his shooting obiiity. As he gets stron- 
ger in the legs it will allow him to shoot the boll o little 
easier. Drew hod a very good freshman year. A lot of people 
thought he wasn't going to ploy much last year, so I think 
he was a big surprise, now he's got to use that as motiva- 
tion tor his sophomore year." 

I 999-00 

Ployed in all 35 games as a true freshman and averaged 
5,1 points .. one of five Terps with 30 or more 3-point field 
goals ... made 31 of 92 3-point attempts while averoging 
15.7 minutes per gome to lead all of Maryland's bench 
contributors ... also contributed 50 assists ( 1 ,4| ond 16 steals 
(0 5| ,,. earned double-figure minutes in 31 of 35 gomes 
erupted with a season-high 27 points in a non-confer- 
ence win over Fairleigh Dickinson (Nov. 22) ... played a 
season-best 28 minutes while hitting nine of 11 shots, in- 
cluding four 3-pointers, against the Knights ... mode five of 
seven 3-point attempts vs. FDU ... also scored in double 
figures with 12 points in 26 minutes vs. UMBC ... seoson- 
high hve rebounds in home win over Winthrop dished a 
season-best six ossists vs. Florido State in the ACC Tourna- 
ment ... had four sleols vs. Tulone ,. tololed 18 points in 
three ACC Tournament games... overoged 16 minutes and 
six points per gome in two NCAA Tournament games ... 
shot 42-1 percent from the floor, overall. 

High School 

Graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in 1999 
... three-year varsity letterwinner, and two-year storter ... 
ployed on three teams which advanced to the slote federa- 
tion Final Four ... averaged 24.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 
assists and 3.7 steals per game as a senior and shot o 
remarkable 57 percent from the floor, including 66 per- 
cent from two-point range ond 47 percent from 3-point 
range ... hit 75 3-point shots during his senior seoson ,,, 
scored 1,011 career points eorned the Richard Sandler 



Icholas 



Award as the top player in Nossou County following his 
senior seoson ,,, the award is presented annually by 
Newsday and has previously been awarded to collegiate 
stars Zendon Hamilton of St. John's in 1994 ond Wolly 
Sczerbiok of Miami jOhio) in 1995 ... Nassau County 
Player of the Year ond All-Long Island first-team selection 
by Newiday ... named a tri-stote legend by the New York 
Daily News following his senior season ... previous honor- 
ees on the legend team include Elton Brond, Tim Thomas 



and Ron ArtesI ... wos honored as a member of the legend 
teom at Madison Square Garden on April 29, 1999 prior 
to New York Knicks vs. Philodelphio 76ers gome , all- 
stote Class A selection by the NY. state sportswrilers asso- 
ciation ... alkity tirst-teom selection by the New York Post 
following his oulstonding senior season ... named the MVP 
of the Sugor City Classic os he led Luthern to the tourno- 
ment championship in Savannah, Go., his senior season ... 
scored 39 points and was named the Nassau County team 




70 



RYLAMOBASIL 



TJfrapiin>rofilis^ 



MVP of the 10th annual Lupus All-Slar Basketball Classic 
prior to the start of his senior season ... scored 31 second- 
half points as he attempted to pull Nassau back into the 
gome in the closing minutes ... was a giant in the 1999 
stale federation Class A Tournomenl semifinals against Rice 
of Monhottan on March 26, 1999 with career-high 33 
points on l2-of-23 shooting (.522) from the field to go along 
with six rebounds and two steals ... Rice, ranked No. 2 in 
the nation at the lime of the game, outslugged Lutheran, 
75-65 ... 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 Morist of New Jersey in the 
Nike Super Six Tournament at Madison Square Garden 
on Jon. 17, 1999 ... scored 29 points on senior night to 
lead Lutheran past Chaminade and help the Crusaders fin- 
ish their regular season with a 21-3 record ... the victory 
capped on undefeated season at home and a perfect 9-0 
record during the month of February ... Lutheran's 1997 




Business Manager Lisa 
Peterson with Drew Nicholas 



team won the state championship as it defeated the Ron 
Artesl-led LaSolle Academy team in the semifinals ... was 
on All-Long Island second team honoree as a junior when 
he overaged 18 paints per gome ... led the Crusaders to 
the stale federation championship game with a 23-poinl 
performance in the semifinal round against Grady High 
School of Brooklyn ... added 26 points in the title game 
against Rice ... coached by Ronn Hall ... o crowd fovorite 
at the onnuol Capital Classic All-Star gome at MCI Center 
following his senior season ... played in Cole Field House 
for the first time during the 1998 Charlie Weber Tourno- 
ment. 

Personal 

Andrew Lawrence Nicholas ... born May 17, 1981 ... son 
of Yvonne and Darryl Nicholas ... a brother, Chris, starred 
collegiately at Colgate ... Drew was a ballboy for Long 
Island Lutheran as o youngster. 



Nicholas 


' Career Hichs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


27 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 


FG 


9 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 


FGA 


11 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 


3FG 


4 


vs. F. Dickinson, 11-22-99 


3FGA 


6 


vs. f. Dickinson, 11-22-99 




6 


vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 


FT 


5 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 


FA 


7 


vs. F. Dickinson, 11-22-99 


Rebounds 


5 


vs, Winthrop, 12-7-99 


Assists 


6 


vs. Florida State, 3-10-99 


Blocks 


1 
1 
1 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 
vs. Florida State, 1-29-00 
vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 


Steals 


4 


vs.Tulone, 11-19-99 


Minutes 


28 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 




28 


vs. Florida State, 3-10-00 



Nicholas Came-By-Came i 999-2000 (Freshman) 


Date 


Opponent G-GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pel. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


n-A 


Pel. 


0-D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N17 


USF 


1-0 


21 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 





2 








1 


2 


N19 


Tulone 


1-0 


18 


2-7 


.286 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


2 


1 





4 


6 


N22 


F. Dickinson 


1-0 


28 


9-11 


.818 


4-6 


.667 


5-7 


.714 


0-0 








3 


3 


1 


2 


27 


N24 


Kentucky 


I-O 


21 


2-7 


.286 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


4 


2 


1 








4 


N26 


Notre Dame 


1-0 


15 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


3 


2 








5 


N30 


Iowa 


1-0 


20 


1-3 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


3 





1 








4 


D4 


Illinois 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


,000 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 














D5 


Geo. Washington 


1-0 


22 


3-5 


.600 


2-4 


.500 


ao 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


2 








8 


D7 


V^inthrop 


1-0 


21 


2-6 


,333 


0-3 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-4 


5 





3 


1 





1 


7 


Dll 


Kentucky 


1-0 


13 


3-6 


,500 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


2 











7 


D27 


George Mason 


1-0 


12 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


500 


ao 








2 


2 








2 


D30 


UMBC 


1-0 


26 


5-8 


.625 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 


2 





I 


12 


J2 


Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


22 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 





I 





7 


J7 


NC State 


1-0 


11 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











2 





1 





J9 


Duke 


1-0 


8 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 














3 


JI6 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


I 

















J19 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


9 


0-1 


000 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 














J22 


Clemson 


1-0 


15 


1-7 


.143 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 





1 





1 


3 


J27 


North Carolina 


1-0 


10 


2-5 


.400 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


1 





1 


6 


J29 


Florida Slate 


1-0 


13 


4-7 


.571 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 





2 





1 





9 


F2 


Virginia 


1-0 


14 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 








2 


f6 


NC State 


1-0 


17 


2-3 


,667 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 


1 








4 


F9 


Duke 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





1 











F13 


Temple 


1-0 


6 


1-2 


,500 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 








3 


F16 


Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-7 


,286 


0-2 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


3 


1 








4 


F19 


Woke Forest 


1-0 


11 


2-3 


,667 


2-2 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















6 


F22 


Clemson 


1-0 


16 


3-5 


,600 


1-2 


,500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 





1 











9 


F26 


North Carolina 


1-0 


8 


1-3 


,333 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 











3 


Ml 


Florida Slate 


1-0 


15 


0-3 


,000 


0-2 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


3 











2 


M4 


Virginia 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 


1 





2 


MIO 


Florida Slole-ACC 1 -0 


28 


2-8 


,250 


1-5 


,200 


1-2 


.500 


2-0 


2 





6 








2 


6 


Mil 


NC State-ACC 


1-0 


17 


3-4 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 





3 





1 








9 


M12 


Duke-ACC 


1-0 


16 


1-6 


.167 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 





1 


3 


M16 


lona-NCAA 


1-0 


20 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


2 


3 





1 


7 


M18 


UCLA-NCAA 


1-0 


16 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 





1 








5 



Nicholas' Career Overall Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 35-0 551-15 7 64-152 421 


3P-A 

31-92 


Pet. 

337 


FT-A 

18-29 


Pel. 

,621 


OR-DR 
9-29 


Reb-Avg. 
38-1.1 


PF-D 
47-0 


Ast 
50 


To 

31 


BIk 

4 


St 

16 


Pts.-Avg. 

177-5.1 


Nicholas' Career ACC Statistics 




















Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 16-0 197-123 19-50 380 


3P-A 

9-28 


Pet. 
,321 


FT-A 
6-6 


Pel. 

1,000 


OR-DR 

3-9 


Reb-Avg. 

12-0 8 


PF-D 

18-0 


Ast 

16 


To 

9 


BIk 

2 


St 

3 


Pts.-Avg. 

53-33 


Nicholas' Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1999-00 2-0 16-8,0 5-12 417 


3P-A 

2-7 


Pet. 
,286 


FT-A 

0-0 


Pet. 

,000 


OR-DR 

0-0 


Reb-Avg. 

0-0,0 


PF-D 

4-0 


Ast 

2 


To 

4 


BIk 




St 

1 


Pts.-Avg. 

12-6,0 



'*■ 



71 




apin-grofiles 



0-0/ MARYLAND BASKETBALB 





'99-00 PPC: i . I . RPC: 0.8 



Guard 

Miami, Fla. 

(Dr. Phillips! 

E-3 • 200 • Sophomore 



On McCall 

Second-year wolk-on guard who joined the Terps in late 
December 1999 following the Maryland football season 
... was voluable bench contributor, adding intensity and 
a defensive spark ... played in 13 basketball games .. first 
Maryland football player to score for the Terps' basketball 
team since Lubo Zizokovic in 1992 ... started nine games 
as the football quarterback, as just a redshirt freshman ... 
set Marylond class records for pass attempts, completions, 
yards ond total offense as a freshman ... guided consistent 
offensive improvements during the first half of 1999 foot- 
ball season before o late-season injury ... exhibited improv- 
ing skills, strong arm and growing confidence in his first 
season of ploy . walked on to the Terrapin basketball team 
in winter and bolstered Maryland's defensive efforts from 
a guard/forward position ... played in 13 gomes, averag- 
ing 1.1 points in just over five minutes per game. 

Williams on McCall 

"Calvin was very important to the team because he gave 
us good college basketball player to build on, and to go 
against m practice. When you look at the second team in 
practice with Byron, Calvin, Mike and Tahj, there were days 
when thot leom could beat our first team. He really gave us 
the depth that I think that all good teams hove. He was 
great for the team, too, from a personality standpoint. He 
was one of those guys that didn't say a whole lot, but when 
he did it was either really funny or the right thing to say. I 
could see why he's a great quarterback. He has class, a 
real quiet leadership. I kind of like those guys rather than 
the guys thot walk around clapping oil the time doing all 
that stuff Calvin's the guy that gets things done. He leads 
by example " 

I 999-00 

Walked on to the Terrapin basketball team in December 
and bolstered Maryland's defensive efforts ... provided 
much-needed depth in the guard rotation ... played in 13 
gomes, averaging 1.1 points in just over five minutes per 
game ... shot 5 of 22 from the floor, ond four of seven from 
the line. ..contributed 10 rebounds, 11 ossists and five steals 
for the season ... in football, was o nine-gome starter and 
established most Morylond freshman records for passing 
and total offense ... finished No 2 among Division l-A fresh- 
man quorterbocks (behind Virginio Tech's Michael Vick) in 
passing efficiency and total offense .. runner-up for ACC 
Rookie of the Year honors ... completed 93 of 179 passes 
(.510) for 1,264 yords and five touchdowns .. threw just 
three interceptions and finished with the best interception 



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ratio (nearly 60: 1 ) in the ACC ... season was cut short by 
two games (torn medial colloterol ligament in his left knee 
Nov. 9 vs. NC State) ...otwo-time ACC Rookie of the Week 
... the triggerman in the Terps' rejuvenated offensive attack, 
he helped Maryland rise from 105th nationally in 1998 to 
54th overall in 1999 in final NCAA total offense rankings. 



I 998-99 

Redshirt season ... did not play basketball 
season as Maryland's third quarterback. 



traveled all 



High School 

Graduated from Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Flo., 
in 1998 ... overoged more than 17 ppg during an all-state 
basketball career and hit better than .320 during his base- 
ball career ... selected to the Metro Conference Hall of 
Fame ... named the Central Florida Player of the Year and 
a third-team all-state selection in 1997 ... selected to 
SuperPrep's all-regional team ... was recruited by Florida 
and Syracuse for football, and Kansas, Central Florida and 
South Florida for basketball ... completed 72 of 1 25 passes 
for 1,312 yards, 21 touchdowns and just two interceptions 
OS senior ... led team to a 10-1 record and district and 
conference championships ... selected to ploy in the North- 
South all-star game ... os a junior, he played safety and 
starred for the top-roted defense in central Florida, earning 

second team oil-state honors high school football coach 

was Chip Gierke. 

Personal 

Calvin Demor McColl ... born March 7, 1980 ... son of 
Lola and Kevin McCall ... grew up in Miami, but attended 
his final three years of high school in Orlando ... nickname 
is "Country" ... majoring in family studies. 



McCau.' 


5 Career Highs 


Category 
Points 


# 

8 


Opponent/Date 

vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FG 


3 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FGA 


7 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


3FG 
3 FGA 



2 
2 


vs. Duke, 1-9-00 

vs. Florida State, 3-10-00 


n 


2 
2 
2 


vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 

vs. UMBO, 12-30-99 

vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FTA 


2 
2 


vs. UMBO, 12-30-99 

vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


Rebounds 

Assists 

Blocks 

Steals 

Minutes 


3 
6 

4 
17 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 

vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 




McCall Came-By-Came 1 999-2000 (Redshirt Freshman) 


Date Opponent 


G-GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pd. 


FTA 


Pet. 


0-D 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


Pts 


D30 UMBC 


1-0 


13 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 





2 


2 








2 


J2 Coastal Carolina 1-0 


17 


3-7 


.429 


0-1 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-1 


3 





6 


1 





4 


8 


J7 NC Slate 


1-0 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















J9 Duke 


1-0 


9 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


ai 


1 


2 





2 








2 


J 16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J 19 Wake Forest 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J22 Clemson 


1-0 


8 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


,000 


2-0 


2 


1 


1 


1 











J29 Florida State 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 

















F16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 











1 


2 


M 1 Florida Stole 


1-0 


1 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


ao 























MIO Florida Slole-ACC 1-0 


6 


a3 


,000 


0-2 


,000 


0-1 


,000 


10 


1 




















M16 lono-NCAA 


1-0 


7 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 























M18 UCLA-NCAA 


1-0 


2 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


,000 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


1 





















McCall's Guieer Overall Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 
1999-00 13-0 72-5 5 5-22 .227 


3 PA 

0-8 


Pet, 

000 


FT-A 

4-7 


Pet, 

571 


OR-DR 

6-4 


Reb-Avg. 

10-0 8 


PF-D 

5-0 


Ast 

11 


To 

6 


BIk 



St 
5 


Pts,-Avg. 

14-11 


McCal?^areer ACC Statistics 












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Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 
1999-00 8-0 33-41 2-9 .222 


3P-A 
0-2 


Pet. 
,000 


FT-A 

0-0 


Pd. 

,000 


OR-DR 

2-2 


Reb-Avg. 

4-0,5 


PF-D 

5-0 


Ast 
3 


To 

3 


BIk 




St 
1 


Pts.-Avg. 

4-0,5 


McCall's Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 


Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pd. 

1999-00 2-0 3-1 5 0-2 000 


3P-A 

0-2 


Pd. 

000 


FT-A 

0-2 


Pd. 

,000 


OR-DR 

0-1 


Reb-Avg. 

1-0,5 


PF-D 

0-0 


Ast 




To 




BIk 




St 




Pts.-Avg. 

0-0 



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01 MARYLAMD BA SKMJMAlM 



O^adu 



'99-00: ^ Games 


Guard 


Baltimore, Md. 


(St. Frances AcademyI 


E-Q • 162 • Junior 



Dn Baou 

A walk-on member of the team who odds depth at the guard 
position ... was added to the team following walk-on try- 
outs in fall 1998 ... enrolled at Maryland for the fall semes- 
ter 1997 and was o student for the entire 1997-98 aca- 
demic year but did not porticipate in intercollegiate athlet- 
ics ... has two years of eligibility remaining at the start of 
the 2000-01 season. 

I 999-00 

Ployed one minute of tour different games as a sophomore, 
three during postseason ploy ... had a rebound vs. Florida 
State in the ACC Tournament quorterhnols ... also made 
brief appearances vs. Duke in the ACC title gome, and 
against UCLA in the NCAA Tournament ... saw regular 
season floor time at home agoinst Georgia Tech. 

I 998-99 

Did not see game action 

High School 

Graduated from St. Frances Academy in 1997 ... four-year 
varsity letterwinner at the point guard position ... averaged 
career-high 18 points and four rebounds per game as a 
junior ... was an All-Baltimore County first-team selection 
and played in the Charm City Super 50 Tournament dur- 
mg the 1995-96 season ... helped leod St. Frances to the 



Baltimore Catholic league championship with a 32-7 record 
during the 1996-97 season ... St. Frances compiled o 113- 
23 record during his four years on the vorsity ,. competed 
against current Terp Juan Dixon and wos a teammate of 
Temple's Mark Karcher in high school ... played in the Bal- 
timore area Catholic League which is regarded as one of 
the top high school conferences in the nation ... high school 
coach wos William Wells. 



Personal 

Earl Nana Bodu (pronounced buh-DOO) ... born Feb, 22, 
1979 ... son of Afio ond Yaw Bodu ... porenis were both 
born in Ghana ... his father. Yaw, moved to the United States 
to continue higher education ... hos a brother who gradu- 
ated from Michigan State, and a sister who is a freshman 
at Penn Stole ... majoring in graphic orts ... member of the 
Nationol Honor Society. 



Badu's 


Career Hichs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Rebounds 




vs. Florida Slate, 3-10-00 


Minutes 




vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 
vs. Duke, 3-12-00 
vs. Florida Stole, 3-10-00 
vs. Georgia Tech, 2-16-00 



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Director of Compliance Chad Carlton with Earl Baou 



Baou Came-By-Came 1 999-SOOO (Sophomore! 


Data Opponent G-GS Min. FGA Pet. 3FG-A Pet. FT-A 
F16 Georgia Tech 10 1 OO .000 00 .000 OO 
MIO Florida Slale-ACC 10 1 OO .000 OO .000 00 
M12 Duke-ACC lO 1 OO .000 00 .000 00 
M18 UCLA-NCAA 10 1 00 .000 00 .000 OO 


Pet, OO Tot 
.000 00 
000 Ol 1 
.000 OO 
.000 OO 


PF 






A 







TO 






B 







s 







Pts 







Badu's 


Career Overall Statistics 


























Year 
1999-00 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet 

4-0 .J 1 :.": . . 


3P-A 

0-0 


Pet. 
.000 


FT-A 
0-0 


Pet. 
000 


OR-DR 
0-1 


Reb-Avg. 
1-0.3 


PF-D 
0-0 


Ast 



To 



BIk 



St 



Pts.-Avg. 
0-0.0 


Badu's 


Career ACC Statistics 












^^H 


^1 


g_ 




1 




H^i 


Year 

1999-00 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1-0 1-10 0-0 000 


3P-A 

0-0 


Pet. 

000 


FT-A 
0-0 


Pet. 

000 


OR-DR 

0-0 


Reb-Avg. 

0-0 


PF-D 

0-0 


Ast 




To 




BIk 




St 




Pts.-Avg. 

0-0 


Badu's 


Career NCAA Tournament Statistics 






















Year 

1999-00 


GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 

1-0 MO 0-0 000 


3P-A 

0-0 


Pet. 

000 


f^-A 

0-0 


Pet, 

000 


OR-DR 

0-0 


Reb-Avg. 

0-0 


PF-D 

0-0 


Ast 




To 




BIk 




St 




Pts.-Avg. 

0-0 



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ObSlamnka 



Freshman Newcomer 



Center 

Hyattsville, Md. 

(DeMatha) 

7-1 • 257 • Freshman 



On Slaninka 

First-year seven-foofer from local powerhouse DeMatha 
High School ... should develop gradually under the wing 
of Mike Mardesich and work his way slowly into the Mary- 
land rotation ... exhibits good movement up and down the 
floor ... expectations will not be high as he is allowed to 
mature and learn the college game. 

Williams on Slaninka 

"Matt is one of those guys that if you have the chance to 
recruit, you do. At 7-4, there might only be two or three 
players in the country that size. Mott has not played a whole 
lot in high school, but I really like his attitude and I think he 
can develop. He obviously has size, but his skills need de- 
veloping." 

High School 

Graduated from DeMatha High School in 2000 ... four- 
year letterwinner ... team co-capfain who helped lead 
DeMatha to a consensus No. 9 national ranking while com- 
ing off the bench ... ranked No. 7 in the final USA Today 
poll ... DeMatha finished with a 28-5 record ... DeMatha 
won the championship of the Subway Shootout Interna- 
tional in Quebec to begin the 1999-00 season ... advonced 
to the championship of the Glaxo Wellcome Holiday Invi- 
tational in Raleigh, N.C. ... also helped lead the Stags to 
the championship of the Alhambro Tournament in 
Cumberland, Md., with three consecutive victories ... a sea- 
son-high 10 points against Bishop Neumann on Dec. 11 ... 
scored seven points against Broodneck on Dec. 14 ... 
helped DeMatha to a Washington Catholic Athletic Con- 
ference title as sophomore, winning the city title gome at 
Cole Field House ... "After three years of waiting. Matt 
earned his chance as a senior. He has greatly improved 
his coordination ond now has a very solid post game. Matt 
can grab almost any rebound and alter any team's offen- 
sive scheme," said head coach Morgan Wootten ... 
Wootten was recently inducted into the Notional Basket- 
ball Hall of Fame ... played on the some high school team 
OS North Carolina's Joseph Forte and Kentucky's Keith 
Bogons. 

Personal 

Matthew R. Slaninka (pronounced SLAN-uh-kuh) ... born 
Oct. 26, 1981 ... son of Mary and Rick Slaninka ... mother 
is a teacher ... father, who played offensive tackle with the 
Maryland football team from 1968-70, works in advertis- 
ing. 



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IICOX 



Forward/Center 

Raleigh, N.C. 

(Enloe) 

B- 1 • S I Q • Freshman 



Qn Wilcox 

Blue-chip freshman who was rated among the notion's top 
twenty prep prospects ... expected to moke an immediate 
impact on the Terps' interior game, adding depth along- 
side Baxter, Morris, Mardesich and Holden. 

Williams on Wilcox 

"Wilcox is that 6-10 size that, it seems nowadays in col- 
lege basketball, is really needed on the inside. It is very 
important to hove players like Chris. Not just For his size, 
but guys his size thot can play. With Terence and Lonny, 
Chris gives us a hfth inside guy at 6-8 or better who we 
think con ploy That really helps our depth. He's o very 
good rebounder I think as he gets to college, he'll get 
challenged more and certainly his game will really de- 
velop. I really felt he was one of the best college recruits to 
come out of high school last year. He's a very important 
recruit for us." 

High School 

Graduated in 2000 from Enloe High School in Raleigh, 
N.C. ... ranked No. 20 among the top players in the na- 
tion by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons ... considered to be 
the top recruit from the slote of North Carolina according 
to Gibbons ... transferred to Enloe High School in Raleigh 
after spending his sophomore and junior yeors of his high 
school career at Whiteville ... played his freshman season 
at West Columbus High. 

Enloe 

As a senior, led Enloe to the stote championship tourno- 
ment Eastern Region semifinals ... scored 20 points against 
Fayetteville Seventy-First ... averaged 15 points and eight 
rebounds, hitting nearly 75 percent of his shots through 
most of the season ... selected among the top 50 candi- 
dates for the McDonald's All-America Game ... scored a 
team-high 15 points in the 35lh annual Roundboll Classic 
all-star gome, played in Raleigh and televised on ESPN2 
.. "Chris Wilcox is quick to the basket, and is quick getting 
down the court. And yes, he can rebound. Oh, brother, 
can he rebound," said Joel Chaney of the Raleigh News 
and Observer. 

Whiteville 

Averaged 23 points and 13.1 rebounds and shot nearly 
70 percent from the field as o junior in leading Whiteville 
to the state 2-A championship ... helped Whiteville to the 
state playoffs with a 32-2 record during his sophomore 



seoson ... led the Raleigh Razorbocks to the state AAU 
championship prior to the beginning of his senior season 
... began to attract notional ottention os a junior ot 
Whiteville ... scored a coreer-high 39 points, grabbed 24 
rebounds and blocked nine shots in a victory over West 
Columbus , mode 1 3 of 1 4 field goal attempts in only 17 
minutes played against Jones High School... earned re- 
gionol MVP honors in the state tournament ... scored 21 
points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked five shots in 
the regional championship game against Wallace-Rose Hill 



. scored 20 points, grobbed 12 rebounds, was credited 
with four assists and blocked four shots in the state champi- 
onship victory over West Caldwell. 

Personal 

Chris Roy Wilcox born August 3, 1982 ... son of Debro 
Brown and Roymond Wilcox ... favorite player is Chris 
Webber. 




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-aiMARYLAMD BA5KBTBA' 



2000 Maui Invitational Arizona Wildcats 



' icsTED By Chaminade University 

Lahaina Civic Center • Maui • Nov. 20-S2 



Loser's Bracket 



Chominode 



Winner's Bracket 



Nov 20. 2 p.m 

lesPNj 



Nov 21, 
2 p.m. 



Arizona 

Connecticut 



Nov 21, 

9 30 pm. 
lESPNI 



Nov. 20, 4 p.m 



5th Place 

Nov 22, 
3:30 pm 



Dayton 



MARYLAND 



Championship 

Nov. 22, 
9 p.m. 
(ESPN) 



Nov. 20, 9 p.m 
lESPNI 



Nov 21, 
4 p m. 



Louisville 
Illinois 



Nov 21, 
7 p.m. 
lESPNI 



7th Place 

Nov 22, 
1:30 p.m. 



Nov 20, 11:30 pm. 
IESPN2J 



UNIV 
All Times Eastern 



3rd Place 

Nov 22. 
6 p.m. 



Chaminade Silverswords 



General Information 

Location Honolulu, Howoti 

Enrollment 900 

Colors Royot Blue, Wiiite 

Conference Pocific West 

Nicknome. Silverswords 

Founded: 1955 

Home Arena: McCobe Gym [2, 800) 

President: Dr Sue Wesseiitamper 

Athletic Director Aoron Griess 

Coaching Staff 

Heod Cooch: Aaron Gness IColorodo College 

93) 
Overoll Record (Yean); First /ear 
Record at Chominode (Years): First year 
Best Time to Reach: Weeldoy mornings 
Office Phone: 808-735-4790 
Assistant Cooches John Hemenway (South Da 
koto 96), Brton Sudis (Borrington '9i) 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overall Record 13-13 
1999-2000 Conference Record 7-7 
1999-2000 Conference Finish 4th (Pacific Divi- 
sion) 
1999-2000 Finol Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID John Hemenwoy 
Office Phone 808-735-4790 
Home Phone N/A 
E-mail ihemenwo@chominade edu 
Office Fox; 808-739-4695 
Press Row 808-739-8350 

Series Info 

Series Record Maryland leads. 1-0 
Last Meeting: Nov 21 1994 Morylond 95, 
Chcrnlnode 67 (at Maui) 



2000-2001 Schedule 


N2aN22 


Moui Invitolional 


N27 


Carleton College 


01 


or UH-Hilo 


08 


Northwest Nazarene 


016 


at Northwest Nazarene 


029 


Chapman University 


031 


Lewis & Clork College 


J4 


Western Washington 


J6 


Seattle Pacific 


J12 


at Alosko-Foirbonks 


J13 


at Alaska-Foirbcnks 


J15 


at Alosko-Anchoroge 



J19 

J20 

J22 

J26 

J27 

J29 

Fl 

F3 

FB 

F16 

F17 

F19 



ol Hawaii Pacific 
Howoii Pocihc 
at BYU-Hawoii 
Western New Mexico 
Western New Mexico 
Montana State-Billings 
at Western Oregon 
at Humboldt State 
at UH-Hilo 
BYU-Howaii 
at BVU-Howoii 
Hawoii Pacific 



General Information 

Location: Tucson. Ariz 

Enrollment: 35, 400 

Colors Cordinol, Navy 

Conference Pocific-10 

Nickname: Wildcats 

Founded: 1885 

Home Arena Lute Olson Court at McKale 

Center (14,545) 
President Or Peter Likins 
Athletic Director Jim Uvengood 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Lute Olson (Augsburg College, '56) 

Overall Record (Years) 614-219(27) 

Record at Anzono (Years) 422-127(17) 

Best Time to Reoch: Coniact SID 

Office Phone: 520-621-4813 

Assistant Cooches: Jim Rosborough (Iowa '66), 

Rodney Tention (Son Francisco '88), Joy John 

(Arizono 81 ) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overoll Record 27-7 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 15-3 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish T- 1 si 
1999-2000 Finol Ronkings No 4 AP, No 8 

ESPN/USA Todoy 
I999-20O0 Postseason 11, lost to Wisconsin, 

66-59 in 'He West Region second round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID. Richard Paige 
Office Phone: 520621-4163 
Home Phone: 520882-6583 
E-Mail fpaige@emoil.anzona.edu 
Office Fox 520-621-2681 
Press Row 520621-4334 

Series Info 

Senes Record Anzono leads, 2-0 
Lost Meeting: March 19, 1998, Arizono 87, Mary- 
land 79 (at Anaheim. Calif.) 



2000- 

N2022 

N25 

N29 

02 

09 

016 

020 

028 



030 



J4 
J6 
Jll 



200 I Schedule 

of Moul Invitofionol 

ol Wooden Tradition vs. Purdue 

Gonzogo 

Si Mary's 

at Connecticut 

ot Illinois ^^ ^- 1^ 

Louisiono Stole 

Bonk One Fiesta Bowl 

Lo -Lafayette vs Mississippi St. 

Butler vs. Arizona 

Bank One Fieslo Bow! Classic 

Consolotion/Chompionship Game 

Colifornio 

Stanford 

at Washington Stole 



J13 

J 18 

J20 

J24 

J27 

Fl 

F3 

F8 

FIO 

F15 

F17 

F21 

Ml 

M3 

M8 

MIO 



at Washington 

use 

UCLA 

Arizona Slate 

Texos 

ot Oregon 

al Oregon State 

Woshington 

Washington Stole 

01 UCLA 

at use 

at Arizona Stole 

Oregon State 

Oregon 

ol Stonford 

at Colifornio 



Connecticut Huskies 



General Information 

Locotion Slorrs, Conn 

Enrollment 21,901 

Colors: Notional Flog Blue, Novy, White 

Conference. BIG EAST 

Nickname Huskies UConn 

Founded 1881 

Home Arena: Horry A. Gompel Povilion (10,027), 

Hartford Civic Center (16, 294) 
President Dr Philip E. Austin 
Athletic Director Lew Perkins 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach jm Colhoun |AIC '68) 

Overoll Record (Years): 579-267 (28) 

Record at UConn (Years); 329-130 (14) 

Best Time to Reoch: Contoct SID 

Office Phone: 860486- 2720 

Assistant Coaches: Dave Leitoo (Norlheostern 

'83) <arl Hobbs (UConn '85), Tom Moore 

(Boston University '87) 

2000-0 I Schedule 

NI7 Quinnipioc 

N2022 ot Maui Inviiotionol 

N28 Brown 

N30 Houston 

D2 New Hompshiri 

D9 Arizono 

D12 vs. Massachusetts [ol Harford) 

D22 Fairfield 

D26 Rhode Islond 

D28 Stony Brook 

J3 ot Boston College 

J6 SI Johns 

J 10 Pittsburgh 

J 13 ot Providence 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overall Record 25-10 
1 999-2000 Conference Record 10-6 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish 4lh 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings No 20 AP 
1999-2000 Poslseoson: 1-1; lost to Tennessee, 
65-51 in the South Region second round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID. Tim Tolokon 
Office Phone: 860-486-3531 
Home Phone: 860-487-0426 
E-Moil t;mt@alhletics ath uconn.edu 
Office Fox 660^86-5065 
Press Row: 860486-1888 

Series Info 

Series Record: Connecticut leods, 2-0 
Lost Meeting: March 23, 1995. Connecticut 99, 
Maryland 89 (at Ooklond CaW.) 



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J 15 ot Texas 

ot Miami 

Villonovo 

at Si. John's 

Virginio Tech 

Providence 

ot Villonovo 
Fi3 Boston College 

f 17 ot Virginio Tech 

F19 at Syrocuse 

F24 Miomi 

F26 Notre Dome 

M3 at Selon Holl 

M7-)0 ot Big Eosi Tournament (New York) 



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Dayton Flyers 



General Information 

Location: Doyton, Ohio 

Enrollment: 6, 500 

Colors: Red, Blue 

Conference: Allontic 10 

Nickname: Flyers 

Founded: 1850 

Home Arena Dayton Arena (13, 455) 

President Bro, Roymond L. Fitz, S.M., Ph.D. 

Athletic Director Ted Kissel 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overall Record: 229 
1 999-2000 Conference Record: 11-5 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 1st 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason 0-1, lost to Purdue, 62 
61, in NCAA first round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Doug Hauschild 
Office Phone 937-229-4460 



Illinois Fighting lllini 



General Information 

Location: Urbono-Champaign, ill. 

Enrollment: 36,000 

Colors Orange, Blue 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname Fighting lllini 

Founded: 1867 

Home Arena: Assembly Hall 1 1 6, 450) 

President: James J. Stukel 

Athletic Director: Ron Guenther 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 22-10 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 11-5 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: 4th 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason: 1-1: lost to Florida, 93- 
76, in NCAA second round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Kent Brown 
Office Phone: 217333-1391 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Oliver Pumell (Old Dominion '75, 78) 
Overall Record (Years): 190-161 (12) 
Record at Dayton (Years): 89-86 (6) 
Best Time to Reoch. Weekdays, 1 1 Q.m.-2 p.m 
Office Phone: 937-229-4421 
Assistant Coaches: Ron Jirsa (Gettysburg '81 , Tulso 
■87), Frank Smith (Old Dominion '88), Wade 
O'Connor (Bridgewater State '94) 



2Q0Q-0I SCHEDUl 


-E 


N20-22 al Maui Invitat 


onol 


N29 


Cincinnati 




D2 


Marshall 




D6 


at Miomi 




D9 


Proirie View A 


ScM 


D16 


at Saint Louis 




D19 


Old Dominion 


D21 


Morehead State 


D23 


at Louisville 


D30 


Marquette 


J2 


Siena 


J6 


Duquesne 


Jll 


Temple 


J14 


at St, Joseph's 





ii 



Home 


Phone 937-426-1863 


Coaching Staff 


Home 


Phone: 217-469-0230 


E-Mail 


sid@udayton,edu 


Head Coach: Bill Self (Oklahoma '85) 


E-Mai 


kwbrown3@uiuc.edu 


Office 


Fax. 937-229-4461 


Overall Record (Years): 130 80(7) 


Office 


Fax: 217-333-5540 


Press Ro»f: 937-449-2855 


Record at II 


inois (Years): First year 


Press Row: 217-3331227 






Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 






Series Info 


Office Phone: 217-333-3400 


Series Info 


Series 


Record: Morylond leads, 2-1 


Assistant C 


caches Rob Judson (Illinois '80), 


Series Record: Maryland leads, 2-1 


Last Meeting: Jon, 5, 1 985: Doyton 67 Maryland Norman 


Roberts (Queen's College '87), Billy 


Last Meeting: Dec. 4, 1999; Maryland 69, 


63 (at Dayton) 


Gillispie 


(SW Texas Stole '83) 


nois 67 (at Washington, DC) 






SOOO-SOO 1 Schedule 


Jll 


at Iowa 


118 


at Mossachusetts 


N17 


Maine 


J13 


Michigan 


121 


La Salle 


N2a22 


Moui Invitational 


J17 


at Northwestern 


J25 


at St, Bonaventure 
Fordhom ^^"^ 

»r at Xovier -^'ZJP 


N26 


Texos Southern 


J20 


Penn State 


y2/ 

J30 , 


N28 


Duke (ACC/Big Ten Challenge, 


J25 


at Michigan 










F3 


at Duquesne 


D2 


at Kansas State 


F3 


Northwestern 


F6 


Massachusetts 


D6 


Wisconsin-Milwaukee 


F6 


Michigan State 


FIG 


at Rhode Islond 


D9 


Seton Hall 


FIO 


at Purdue 


F17 


George Washington 


D16 


Arizona (Chicago) 


F13 


Wisconsin 


F21 


St. Joseph's 


D21 


at Missouri (St. Louis) 


F17 


at Indiana 


F24 


at Temple 


D23 


at Texas 


F22 


at Ohio Stote 


F28 


at Fordham 


D29 


Illinois-Chicago (Rosemont, III.) 


F24 


Iowa 


M4 


Xovier 


J3 


Minnesota 


M3 


at Minnesota 


M7-ia 


at Atlantic lOTourn. (Phila 


delphia) J6 


Ohio State 


M8-11 


at Big Ten Tournament (Chicago 



LouiSYiUe Cardinals 



UNLY Runnin' Rebels 



General Information 

Location: Louisville, Ky. 

Enrollment: 22,000 

Colors: Red, Block 

Conference: Conference USA 

Nickname: Cardinals 

Founded: 1798 

Home Arena: Freedom Holl (18, 865) 

President: Dr. John Shumaker 

Athletic Director Tom Jurich 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 19-12 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 10-6 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 2nd (American 

Division) 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1 999-2000 Postseason: a 1 ; lost to Gonzogo, 77- 

66, in NCAA first round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Kenny Kleir 



General Information 

Location: Las Vegas, Nev. 
Enrollmenh 23,000 
Colors: Scarlet, Gray 
Conference: Mountain West 
Nickname: Runnin' Rebels 
Founded: 1957 

Home Arena: Thomos and Mock Center { 
President: Dr Carol C Horter 
Athletic Director Charles Covognoro 



?-62, 



18,500) 



Coaching Staff 


Office Phone: 502-852-6581 


Head Coach: Denny Crum (UCLA '58) 


Home Phone 502-636-3555 


Overall Record (Years): 663-276 (29) 


E-Mail: kenn 


y.klein@ioui5ville.edu 


Record at Lo 


uisville (Years): 663-276 (29) 


Office Fax: 502-852-7401 


Best Time to Reach: Weekday mornings 


Press Row: 502-852-5567 


Office Phone: 502-852-6581 






Assistant Coaches: Vince Taylor (Duke 82], Pat 


Series Info 


Rofferty 


Eastern Montana '78), Scott Daven- 


Series Record: Louisville leads, 5-1 


port (Louisville 78) 


Last Meeting 


:Dec.28, 1992;Louisvil 






land 67 (ot College Pork, Md ] 


2000-200 1 Schedule 






N17 


at Hawaii 


J21 


at Southern Mississipp 


N2a22 


Maui Invitational 


J24 


at Cincinnati 


N30 


at Alabama 


J27 


DePaul 


D5 


Georgetown 


J31 


ot South Florida 


D9 


Western Kentucky 


F3 


Saint Louis 


D16 


at South Alabama 


F8 


Marquette 


D18 


Loyola-Chicago 


Fll 


UNC Charlotte 


D21 


Murray State 


F14 


at DePoul 


D23 


Doyton 


F17 


at Utah 


D30 


Oregon 


F21 


at UNC Charlotte 


J2 


Kentucky 


F25 


at Marquette 


J6 


at Saint Louis 


F27 


UAB 


JIO 


at Tulane 


M3 


Memphis 


J13 


Cincinnati 


M7-10 


C-USA Tournament (Lo 


J17 


Houston 







le 72, Mory- 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bill Boyno (Sacred Heort '85| 

Overall Record (Years): 91-60 (5) 

Record at UNLV (Years): 91-60 (5) 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Offi'ce Phone: 702-895-3295 

Assistant Coaches: Dave Rice (UNLV '91 ), Max 
Good (Eastern Kentucky '69), Charles 
Cunningham (North Alabama '73) 



sooo- 

N17 

N20-22 

N25 

D2 

D9 

D16 

D18 

D22 

D28 

D31 

J3 

J6 

J8 

J13 



200 I Schedule 

Northern Arizona 
ot Maui Invitotionol 
Col Stote Northridge 
vs. Oklahoma State 
at Nevodo 
Cincinnati 
Alaska- Anchorage 
Pepperdine 
Monmouth 
ot Old Dominion 
Loyola Morymount 
Chicago Stote 
Air Force 
at Utah 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 23-8 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 10-4 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: T-1 st 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1 999-2000 Postseason: 0-1 ; lost to Tulso, 
in NCAA first round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Andy Grossman f J 

Office Phone: 702-895-3207 ' ,' 
Home Phone: 702-260-7369 
E-Mail: agrossman@ccmaii.nevado.edu 
Office Fax: 702-895-0989 
Press Row: 702-895-4600 
Radio Ploy-by-Play: Ken Korach 
Flagship Radio Station: KBAD 920 AM 
Website: unlvrebels.com 



Series Info 

Series Record: UNLV leads, 4-1 
LastMeefing: March 16, 1986, UNLV 70, Mary- 
land 64 (at Long Beach, Calif.) 



J15 


atBYU 


J22 


New Mexico 


J25 


ot Georgetown 


J27 


Son Diego Stote 


F3 


at Colorodo State 


F5 


at Wyoming 


FIO 


BYU 


F12 


Utah 


F17 


at Air Force 


F19 


at New Mexico 


F24 


ot Son Diego State 


Ml 


Colorodo State 


M3 


Wyoming 


M8-10 


Mountain West Tourn. (Los Vegas 



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2000 BB&T Classic 



Consolation 

Dec. 3, 

3 p.m. 

IWDCA-TVj 



Morylgnd 



Dec. 2, 1 p.m. 
IWDCA-TVI 



Michigan 
G. Washington 



Championship 

Dec. 3, 
5 p.m. 
IWDCA-TVI 



Dec 2, 3 p.m. 
IWDCA-JVI 



St. John's 



All-Time BB&T Records 



I 995 Results 

December 2 (Semifinals) 

Florida 75, George Washington 66 

MossGchusetts 50, Maryland 47 

December 3 

Consolation: Maryland 98, G. Washington 81 

Championship: Massachusetts 80, Florida 58 

1 995 All-Tournament Teom 

Marcus Camby, Moss. (MVP) 

Dometri Hill, Florida 

Alexander Koul, George Washington 

Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 

Greg Williams, Florido 

I 99B Results 

December 8 (Semifinals) 

George Washington 57, Mississippi State 36 

Maryland 80 California 64 

December 9 

Consolation: California 78, Mississippi State 45 

Championship: Maryland 74, G. Washington 68 

1 996 All-Tournament Team 

Keith Booth, Maryland (MVP) 

Ed Gray, California 

Alexander Koul, George Washington 

Yegor Mescheriakov, George Washington 

Laron Profit, Maryland 

I 997 Results 

December 7 (Semifinals) 

#19 Marylond 86, #2 Kansas 83 

George Washington 66, Penn 62 

December 8 

Consolation: Kansas 89, Penn 7t 

Championship: G. Washington 70, Maryland 66 

1 997 All-Toumament Teom 

Rodney Elliott, Marylond 

Raef LoFrentz, Konsas 

Paul Pierce, Kansas 

Laron Profit, Maryland 

Shawnia Rogers, George Washington (MVP) 

I 998 Results 

December 6 (Semifinals) 

Depaul 87, GW 79 

#2 Morylond 62, #5 Stanford 60 

December 7 

Consolation: Stanford 70, GW 56 

Championship Maryland 92. DePoul 75 



1 998 All-Taumament Team 

Steve Francis, Maryland (MVP) 

Mark Modsen, Stanford 

Yegor Mescheriakov, George Washington 

Terence Morris, Maryland 

Quentin Richordson, DePaul 

1 999 Results 

Decemk>er 4 (Semifinals) 

George Woshington 72, Seton Hall 63 

#20 Maryland 69, #16 Illinois 67 

December 5 

Consolation: Illinois 72, Seton Noll 61 

Championship: G. Washington 74, Maryland 69 

\ 999 All-Toumament Team 

SirVoliant Brown, GW (MVP) 
Juan Dixon, Maryland 
Lonny Baxter, Maryland 
Cory Brodford, Illinois 
Darius Lane, Seton Hall 

Individual Records-Dne Came 

Field Goals 

12 Raef LoFrentz, Kansas vs. Penn, '97 

Field Goal Attempts 

21 Raef LoFrentz, Kansas vs. Maryland, '97 

FGPct. (min lOFGA) 

.800 Raef LoFrentz, Kansas vs. Penn, '97 

.800 Garrett Kreitz, Penn vs GW, '97 

3 1^. Field Goals 

6 Garrett Kreitz, Penn vs. GW, '97 

3 Pt. FG Attempts 

1 1 Kwome Evans, GW vs Florida, '95 

Offensive Rebounds 

8 Alexander Koul, GW vs. Maryland, '96 
Defensive Rebounds 

n Dometri Hill, Florido vs, GW, '95 

Totol Rebounds 

16 Raef LoFrentz, Konsos vs. Maryland, '97 

Free Throws Mode and Attempted 

16-24 Keith Booth, Maryland vs. GW '96 

Points 

30 Morcus Camby, Mass. vs. Florida, '95 

Assists 

10 Edgar Podillo, Moss vs. Florida, '95 

Turnovers 

9 Rodney Elliott, Maryland vs. Kansas, '97 
Blocked Shots 

6 Terence Morris, Maryland vs. GW, '99 

Steals 

6 Laron Profit, Maryland vs Konsos, '97 



G. Washington Colonials 





Possible Came • Dec. 3 
AT Washington, D.C. 




General Inforimation 

Location Washmglon, DC. 

Enrollment 20,346 

Colors; Buff, Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nicknome Coloniols 

Founded 1821 

Home Arena Charles E. Smith Center (5, 000) 

President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 

Athletic Director Jock Kvoncz 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Tom Renders IConnecticut '67] 

Overall Record (Yeors): 513-342 (29) 

Record at GW (Years): 3523 (2) 

Best Time to Reach 4:30-6 p.m. Mon.-Thurs 

Office Phone 202-994-6651 

Assistant Coaches: Rob Wright (Poul Quinn '83), 

Bonzie Colson (Rhode Islond '89). Tommy 

Fenders (Texas '95) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 15 15 
1 999-2000 Conference Record 9-7 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 2nd (West) 
1 999-2000 Finol Rankings None 
1 999-2000 Postseason None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 
Office Phone 202-994-0339 
Home Phone: 703-6581497 
E-Moit bb0wer@9wu.edu 
Office Fox 202-994-2713 
Press Row: 202-994-1776 

Series Info 

Sen'es Record: Moryland leads, 33-25 
Lost Meeting: Dec. 5, 1999; GWLI 74, Morylond 
69 (01 Washington, D.C.) 




This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/4 

Returning Starters: SirVoliant Brown (So , G|, Chris Monroe (So., G), Mike King (Sr., G), Antxon Iturbe 

(Sr, F), Bernard Barrow [Sr , G) 
Other Key Returnees: Potrick Ngongba (Sr., F), Jason Smith (Jr , F), Albert Roma (Jr., C) Volery Khomenia 

(Sr., G/F) 
Key Losses: Francisco de Mirondo (F) 



sooo 

N18 
N20 
N24-25 
N24 

N25 

N28 
D2-3 
D2 

D3 
D9 
Oil 

D27-30 

J3 

J6 



SOOi Schedule ^Jr Ik 

Texas A&M J^ 

Old Dominion 

Red Auerboch Colonial Clossic 

Boston University vSfQurnnipioc 

GWU vs Howord 

Consolation Game 

Championship Game 

ot South Florida 

ot BB&T Clossic 

Morylond vs. Michigan 

GWU vs. St. John's 

Consolation/Championship Game 

Richmond 

Providence 

ot Outrigger Hotels Roinbow Classic 

at UNC Charlotte 

at Massachusetts 



^t 



2000-2001 Roster 



No 

3 

4 

5 

10 

12 

13 

14 

15 

22 

30 

31 

34 

35 



Player 

Albert Romo 
Chris Monroe 
Mike King 
Volery Khomerio 
Bernard Borrow 
SirVoliant Brown 
Dornell Miller 
Antxon Iturbe 
Arthur Andrews 
Morquin Chondler 
Jooson Smith 
Greg Coilucci 
Patrick Ngongba 



Pos. 

C 
G 
G 

G/F 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 
F 
F 
G 
F 



Yr. 

Jr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
So, 
Fr. 
Sr 
So 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 



Ht. Wt. 

7-0 228 

6-3 225 

64 179 

6^ 232 

5-8 142 



6-1 
64 



158 
195 



6-8 235 

6-7 181 

6-7 210 

6-8 200 

6-3 185 

6-8 238 



J 10 St. Josephs 

J 13 LoSolle 

J 16 Xovier 

J20 vs. Fordham (at New'York) 

J23 at Duquesne 

j27 St. Bonoventure 

F3 , ot Xovier 

F8 at Temple 

Fll Duquesne 

FI4 at Rhode Islond 

F17 at Dayton 

F21 Fordham 

F24 Mossochusetts 

F28 at St. Bonoventure 

M3 Temple 

M7-10 01 Atlantic 10 Tourn. (Philodelphio) 



Hometown rf*G RPG 

Bolenyo, Spain 1.5 1.4 

Hyottsville, Md. 16.3 6.8 

Boltimore, Md. 12.1 5.5 

Grodno, Belorus 3.5 0.4 

Horlem, N.Y 9.1 3.3 

Springfield, Vo. 24.6 3.3 

Bronx, NY 

Vitorio, Spoin 4.1 5.4 

Avon, Conn. 

Ooklond, Calif. 

Boston, Moss. 6.1 3.1 

Polm Beach Gardens, Flo. 

Bongui, Cent. African Repub. 3.4 3.9 



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Michigan Wolverines 




MICHIGAN 



QVQ„ 



Dec. S 

AT WaSHINCTON, 



D.C. 




General Information 

Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Enrollment; 37.846 
Colors: Maize, Blue 
Conference: Big Ten 
Nickname: Wolverines 
Founded: 1817 
Home Areno: Crisler Arena 
President: Lee C Bollinger 
Athletic Director: Williom C. Martin 



3,562) 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overoll Record: 15-14 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 6-10 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: T-7tli 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1 999-2000 Postseason: ai : lost to Notre Dame, 
75-65, in NIT first round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Tom Wywrot 
Office Phone: 734-647-1268 
Home Phone: 734-528-0244 
E-Mail: twywrot@umich.edu 
Office Fax: 734-647-1188 
Press Row: 734-998-7188 
Radio Ploytby-Play: TBA 
Office Phone: 313-873-9830 
Flagship Radio Station: WJR AM 760 
Website www.mqoblue.com »■ 

Series Info 

Series Record: Michigon leods, 31 

Last Meeting: March 25, 1994; Michigon 78, 

This Year ^^ Maryland 71 (at Dallas, Texos) 

Starters Returning/lost: 3/2 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/7 

Returning Starters: Gavm Groninger (So , G), LoVell Blonchard [So.. F), Josh Asselin (Sr, C) 

Other Key Returnees: Leon Jones (Jr., G], Chris Young (Jr , F/C), Herb Gibson [Jr, F), Rotolu Adebiyi (Jr., F) 

Key Losses: Kevin Goines (So., G), Romal Hunter (G), Brondon Smith (F) 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Brian Ellerbe (Rutgers'85) 

Overall Record (Years): 86-89 (6) 

Record at Michigan (Years): 52-42 (3) 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone 734-763-5504 

Assistant Coaches: Scott Trost (Minnesota-Morris 

'85), KutisTownsend (Western Kentucky '82), 

Terence Green [DePaul '94) 



2Q0a-50Q I Schedule 

N17 at Oakland 

N21 Western Michigon 

N25 Wagner 

N28 Wake Forest (ACC/Big Ten 

Challenge ) 

D2-3 at BB&T Classic 

D2 Michigan vs. Maryland 

GWU vs. St John's 

D3 Consolation/Championship Gome 

D9 at Duke 

DI3 Bov/iing Green 

D23 Morris Brown 

D27 Tov/son 

D30 Eastern Michigan 

J 3 at Purdue 

J9 Indiono 



J 13 at Illinois 

JIB ot Ohio State 

J20 at lowo 

J25 Illinois 

J27 at Northwestern 

J30 Michigan State 

F3 Wisconsin 

F7 at Penn State 

Fll at Indiana 

F14 Iowa 

F17 Minnesota 

F24 Purdue 

F28 Northwestern 

M3/4 ot Michigan State 

M8-1 1 at Big Ten Tournament [Chicago) 



20Q0-SQ0I Roster 



No. Player 



Leon Jones 
Avery Queen 
Maurice Seoright 
Colin Dill 
Herb Gibson 
Mike Gotfredson 
Bernard Robinson 
23 Gavin Groninger 
25 Josh Asselin 
30 LoVell Blonchard 
34 Josh Moore 
45 Chris Young 
52 Rotolu Adebiyi 



Pos. 

G 

G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

F 

G 
F/C 

F 

C 
F/C 

F 



Yr. 

Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Sr 
Fr. 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr. 



Ht. Wt. 

6-4 195 

5-7 150 

6-2 205 

6-7 225 

6-5 205 

5-11 175 



6-6 
6-5 



185 
190 



6-11 250 

6-7 205 

7-2 305 

6-9 220 

6-5 210 



Hometown 

Bottle Creek, Mich. 
Moreno Volley, Calif. 
Orchard Lake, Mich. 
Saginaw, Mich. 
Taylor, Mich. 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 
Washington, D.C 
Ploinfield, Ind. 
Coro, Mich. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Nework, NJ. 
Plymouth, Mich. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



PPG 

8.7 



RPG 

2.7 



0.0 0.3 



71 1.5 

8.6 5.3 
14.4 79 

4.7 3.7 
0.0 0.0 



St John's Red Storm 




Mike Jarvis 




Possible Caivie • Dec. 3 
AT Washington, D.C. 




Reggie Jessie 



General Information 

Location: jomaico, N.Y. 

Enrollment: 17,000 

Colors: Red, White 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Red Storm 

Founded: 1870 

Home Arena. Alumni Holl (6,008) 

President: Fr Donald Harrington, CM 

Athletic Director Ed Monetto, Jr. 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Mike Jarvis (Northeastern '68) 
Overall Record (Yeors): 306-158 (15) 
Record at St. John's (Years): 53-17(21 
Best Time to Reach Contoct SID 
Office Phone 718-990-6225 
Assistant Cooches: Kevin Clark (Clark '81), Mike 
Jorvis II (Boston University '92) 






Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 25-8 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 12-4 
1999-2000 Conference Finish 3rd 
1999-2000 Final Rankings No. 9 AP, No. 18 

ESPN/USA Today 
1 999-2000 Postseason: 1-1 ; lost to Gonzoga, 82- 

76 in NCAA second round 

Meoia Services 

Basketball SID: Dominic Scionno 

Office Phone 718-990-6367 

Home Phone: 718-224-1174 

E-Mail: sciannad@stjohns.edu 

Office Fax; 718-969-8468 

Press Row 718-990-5713 (Alumni Hall) 

Radio Play-by-Play Ed Coleman and Gory Cohen 

Flagship Radio StoHon: WFAN 660 AM 

Website, wwwredstormsports.com 

Series Info 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 8-6 
Lost Meeting; Morch 18, 1999; St. John's 76, 
Morylond 62 (at Knoxville, Tenn.) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost; 3/4 

Returning Starters; Anthony Glover (Jr., F), Reggie Jessie (Sr., G/F) 

Other Key Returnees: Donold Emanuel (Jr., CJ 

Key losses: Erick Borkley (G), Bootsy Thornton (F), Lavor Posted (F), Chudney Gray (G) 



SOOO-SOOI Schedule 

N9-10 Coaches vs Cancer 

N9 St John's vs. Kentucky 

UCLAvs Konsos 

NIC Consolation/Championship Game 

N18 Stony Brook 

N25 Niogorc 

D2-3 ot BB&T Classic 

D2 Morylond vs Michigan 

St. John's vs. GWU 

D3 Consolation/Championship Gome 

D9 at Fordhom 

D13 ot Ohio Stole 

D16 Hofstra 

D21 Manhattan 

D30 USE 

J3 Virginia Tech 



J6 ot Connecticut 

J 10 Boston College 

J 14 at Rutgers 

J20 Villonovo 

J22 Miami 

J 27 at Virginia Tech 

JO Connecticut 

F3 at Providence 

F5 at Notre Dome 

FIO ot Miami 

F14 Providence 

F18 Duke 

F21 Georgetown 

F25 ot Villonovo 

F28 ot Boston College 

M4 Syracuse 

M7-10 Big Eost Tournament (New York) 



2000-2001 Roster 



No. Player 

3 Sharif Fordhom 

4 Abe Keito 

10 Omar Cook 

11 John Scheiman 
15 Alpho Banguro 

22 Anthony Glover 

23 Willie Show 
25 KyleCuffe 

32 Jack Wolfinger 

33 Donald Emanuel 
41 Reggie Jessie 

44 Mohomed Diokite 



Pos. 

G 

C 

G 

G 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

C 
G/F 

C 



52 Curtis Johnson C 

55 John Porker F 



Yr. 

Jr. 
So, 
Fr 
So, 
So. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
So. 



Ht. Wt. 

6-4 200 
6-H 235 



6-1 
6-1 



190 
185 



6-6 215 
M 225 



6-6 
6-8 



185 
210 



6-11 205 

6-8 230 

6-7 213 

6-10 210 

7-3 320 

6^i 210 



Hometown 

New York, N.Y 
Winchendon, Moss. 
Queens, N.Y. 
New York, NY 
Londover, Md, 
Bronx, N.Y 
Bronx, N.Y 
New York, NY 
Portland, Ore. 
Houston, Texas 
Queensbridge, NY. 
Rockville, Md. 
Norfolk, Vo. 
Pasadena, Calif. 



PPG RPG 



0.2 0.2 
10.2 5.3 



25 22 

8.7 5.6 



05 0.3 



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Cticago State Cougars Clemson Tigers 






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Dec. 27 


AT College Park, Md. 


Darrell Johns 



General Information 

Location Chicogo.lll 

Enrollment 8,416 

Colors: Green. White 

Conference: Mid-Continent 

Nicknome Cougars 

Founded 1867 

Home Arena Jocoby D, Dickens Center (2,500) 

President Dr Elnoro D. Daniel 

Athletic Director Al AvanI 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Bo Ellis IMorquette 771 

Overall Record (Years): 13-42 (2) 

Record at Chicago State (Years)- 13-42(21 

Best Time to Reach: Weekdays, 10-noon 

Office Phone 773-995-3657 

Assistant Coaches: Mike Rice (Fordhom '91}, 

Jomes Forr (Cretghton '89), Ty Moesler [Wis- 

consinOshkosh '96) 




Last Year 

1999-2000 Overoll Record 10-18 
1 999-2000 Conference Record: 7-9 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish 7th 
1 999-2000 Finol Ronkings None 
1999-2000 Postseason None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Terrence Jackson 
Office Phone 773-995-2217 
Home Phone 773-731-6516 
E-Mail terrenceiocksonn@netscape net 
Office Fax 773-995-3656 
Press Row 773-995-3641 
Radio Ployiy-Play TBA 
Website www csu.edu/othlefics 

Series Info 

Series Record: Maryland leods, 1-0 
Lost Meeting: Dec, 2, 1996, Morylond 94, Chi- 
cago State 44 (at College Pork Md,) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 10/3 

Returning Starters. Darrell Johns [Sr., G), Tony Jones |Sr., F( 

Other Key Returnees Terrence West (Jr.. G) 

Key Losses Tim Bryant (G). Squirt Hicks |G), Pierre Shuttiesworth (F) 







Jan. 2 at Clemson, S.C. 
Feb. 1 AT College Park, Md. 




General Information 

Location Clemson, S C 

Enrollment: 16,982 

Colors Orange, Purple 

Conference Arionhc Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Founded: )889 

Home Arena LiHle|ohn Coliseum [11,020) 

President: James F Barker 

Athletic Director Bobby Robinson 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Lorry Shyatt (Woosler '7.3) 
Overall Record (Years): 49-44 (3) 
Record ct Clemson 30-35 [2) 
Best Time to Reach Through SID 
Office Phone 864-656-1954 
Assistant Coaches Darren Tillis, Bobby Hussey, 
Matt Driscoil 



A. 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 1&20 
1999-2000 Conference: 4 12 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish 9th 
1 999-2000 Finol Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseoson None 

Media Services 

Basketboll SID Tim Bourret 

Office Phone: 864-656-2114 

Home Phone 864-888-3490 

E-Mail btimoth@clemson,edu 

Office Fox 864-656^299 

Press Row 864-654-3326 

Radio Ploy-by-Ploy Jim Phillips 

Flagship Radio Station: Clemson Tiger Network 

Website: www.clemsontigers.com 

Series Info 

Series Record: Morylond leods, 76-42 
Lost Meeting: Feb 22, 2000; Morylond 76, 
Clemson 63 [at Clemson, S C J 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost 4/1 
Lettermen Retumlng/LosI: 9/1 
Returning Starters: Will Solomon (J 

GilmorelJr F/Cl 
Other Key Returnees: Posho Boins (So,, G), Dustin Broddicl [Jr., G/F), Roy Henderson (So., F/C) 
Key Losses Andnusjurkunos (F) 



G), Edward Scott (So., G}. Adam Allenspoch (Sr, C), Chucky 



S000-20Q 1 Schedule 






S00a-5D0 1 Schedule 


r-^ 


i 


N22 


Detroit 


J13 


UMKC 


N17 


Hartford 


J21 


ot Woke Forest 


N25 


01 Illinois State 


J18 


ot Oakland 


N21 


Seton Hall 


J24 


Georgia Tech 


N29 


Loyolo-Chicogo 


J20 


at Youngstown State 


N25 


Citodel 


J27 


Virginia 


D2 


Oakland 


J25 


Volporoiso 


N28 


Northwestern 


J31 


ot Florido Stole 


D4 


Wisconsin-Milwaukee 


J27 


at Western Illinois 


02 


Western Corolino 


F4 


ot Morylond 


D9 


of DePoul 


Fl 


Youngstown State 


D5 


Winthrop 


F7 


Duke 


D16 


Lakeland 


F3 


Southern Utah 


D9 


at South Corolino 


F14 


ot NC Stole 


D20 


at Eastern Michigan 


f8 


otlUPUl 


D16 


Wotford 


F7 


Duke 


D23 


at Illinois-Chicogo 


FIO 


Western Illinois 


D20-22 


at Puerto Rico Shootout 


FI4 


at NC State 


D27 


at Morylond 


F15 


01 LJMKC 


D28 


Chorleston Southern 


F18 


North Carolina 


D29 


at Hampton 


F17 


ol Oral Roberts 


D30 


alCoostol Carolina 


F21 


Woke Forest 


J4 


at Southern Utah 


F22 


lUPUl 


J2 


Maryland 


F25 


ot Georgio Tech 


J6 


at UNIV 


F24 


ol Valparaiso 


J7 


at Duke 


F28 


ot Virginio 


Jll 


Oral Roberts 






J13 


NC State 


M3 


Florida Stote 










J17 


at North Corolino 


M8-11 


ol ACC Toomomenl (AHonto) 



20D0-S00I Roster 



2000-2001 Roster 



No 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Hi. 


Wl. 


Hometown 


10 


Erick Cooley 


G 


Jr 


5-10 


165 


Anderson, Ind. 


13 


Bosil Evelyn 


G 


Sr, 


5-3 


150 


Bronx, NY 


14 


Kin Yonders 


G 


So 


6-3 


205 


Decatur, III. 


20 


Terrence West 


G 


Jr. 


6-0 


190 


Chicago, III. 


22 


Joson Wesenberg 


G 


Sr 


6-4 


195 


Bonduel, Wis. 


33 


Andre Wiggins 


F 


Jr. 


6-» 


170 


Chicago, III. 


44 


Rondy Nelson 


F 


So 


6-9 


225 


Toronto, Onl. 


45 


Tony Jones 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 


200 


Mesa, Ariz. 


50 


Clark Bone 


F 


So 


6-8 


245 


Gory, Ind. 


55 


Dorrell Johns 


C 


Sr, 


7-1 


285 


Kokomo, Ind. 




Rafael Morris 


F 


Fr 


6^i 


215 


Chicago, III. 




Roheem Oliver 


G 


Jr. 


M 


200 


New York, NY 



PPG 


RPG 


No 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


05 


05 





Tony Stockman 


G 


Fr, 


6-1 


165 


Medina, Ohio 






0.0 


0.2 


1 


Will Solomon 


G 


Jr. 


6-1 


185 


East Hartford, Conn, 


209 


41 


4.6 


2.3 


10 


Edward Scolf 


G 


So. 


6-0 


180 


Eostover, S.C 


6.5 


33 


3.4 


1.3 


15 


Jomor McKnight 


G/F 


Jr. 


6-5 


195 


Zochory, Lo 






3.7 


0.2 


20 


Walker Holt 


G 


So. 


6-3 


190 


Greensboro, N.C 


1.3 


10 


30 


2.3 


21 


Roy Henderson 


F/C 


So. 


6-8 


250 


Chorlotte, N C, 


3.9 


3.8 


1.2 


4.7 


24 


Dustin Broddick 


G/F 


Jr, 


6-5 


215 


Charleston, S C. 


4.9 


4.3 


8.2 


4.2 


31 


Tomas Nogys 


F 


So, 


6-9 


235 


Mazeikoi, Lithuonio 


2.6 


2.4 


1.8 


1.8 


33 


Posho Boins 


G 


So. 


6-3 


205 


Richmond, Canada 


57 


1.7 


138 


77 


35 


Dwon Clifton 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-5 


190 


High Point, NC. 










42 


Chucky Gilmore 


F 


Jr. 


6-B 


255 


Foyetteville, N.C. 


3.7 


6.1 






43 


Chris Hobbs 


F 


Fr. 


6-7 


265 


Chopel Hill, N C. 










55 


Adam Allenspoch 


C 


Sr. 


7-1 


265 


Parldand, Flo. 


11.4 


71 



82 






2000^J^pponents^ 



Duke Blue Devils 



Florida State Seminoles 





Jan. 27 at College Park, Md. 
Feb. S7 at Durham, N.C. 





Jan. 
Feb. 



1 1 at Tallahassee, Fla. 
I ^ AT College Park, Mn. 




General Information 

Location; Durham, N.C. 

Enrollment: 6,264 

Colors: Royal Blue, White 

Conference Atlantic Coosf 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Founded: 1838 

Home Arena: Cameron Indoor Stadium 

President Dr. Nan O Keohone 

Athletic Director Joe Alleva 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski (Army '69) 

Overall Record (Years): 571-219 (25) 

Record at Duke (Years) 498-160 (20) 

Best Time to Reach Conloct SID 

Office Phone: 919-613-7500 

Assistant Coaches. Johnny Dowkins [Duke '86), 

Steve Wojciechov/skt (Duke '98), Chris Collins 

(Duke '96) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 29-5 
1999-2000 Conference Record; 15-1 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: Isl 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: No 1 AP, No, 4 

ESPN/USA Today 
1999-2000 Postseason: 2-1; lost to Florida, 87- 

78, in NCAA East Regional 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Jon Jackson 
Office Phone: 919-684-2633 
Home Phone: 919-484-9927 
E-Mail; sid@duke-edu 
Office Fox: 919-684-2489 
Press Row: 919-684-6186 
Radio Play-by-Play: Bob Horns 
Office Phone 9191286-1498 
Flagship Radio Station WDNC 620 AM 
Website: www goduke com 

Series Info 

Series Record; Duke leads, 92-52 
Lost Meeting: March 12, 2000, Duke 81, Mory- 
_ . _ land 68 [ot ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N C.) 

This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost 4/ 1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 12/1 

Returning Starters Shane Battier (Sr , F), Jason Willioms (So , G|, Carlos Boozer (So., F/C), Nate 

James (Sr, G/F) 
Other Key Returnees: Mike Dunleavy (So , G/F), Nick Horvoth (So., F), Matt Christensen (Jr., F), 

Casey Sanders (So., C), Andre Buckner (So , G), Ryan Catdbeck, (Sr., G), J D. Simpson (Sr , G), 

Andy Bormon (So., G) 
Key Losses: Chris Corrawell (G) 

SOOQ-SDO I Schedule 

N14 

Nt7 
N22 
N24 
N25 
N28 



Princeton (Preseason NIT) 
Foirfield/Villanova (Preseason NIT) 
Preseason NIT Semifinols 
Preseoson NIT Championship 
Army 

Illinois (ACC/BigTen Challenge, 
Greensboro) 

D2 ot Temple 

D5 Dovidson 

D9 Michigon 

D19 ot Portland 

D21 ot Stanford 

D30 North Corolino A&T 

J4 at Florido State 

J7 Ciemson 

J 10 otNCStote 



J 13 Virginia 

J 16 Boston College 

J20 ol Georgio Tech 

J24 Woke Forest 

J27 ot Moryiond 

Fl North Carolina 

F4 Florido State 

F7 ot Ciemson 

Fll NC Stole 

F14 otVlrginio 

F18 ot St. John's 

F21 Georgia Tech 

F24 at Woke Forest 

F27 Moryland 

M4 at North Carolina 

M8-11 at ACC Tournament (Atlonto) 



2000-2001 

No. Player 

Nick Horvoth 
Carlos Boozer 
Ryon Coldbeck 
Andre Sweet 
J D, Simpson 
Nate James 
Andre Buckner 
Casey Sanders 
Chris Duhon 
Joson Williams 
Andy Bormon 
Shane Battier 
Mike Dunleavy 
Matt Christensen 



Roster 

Pos. Yr. 

F 
F/C 

G 

F 

G 
G/F 

G 



C 
G 
G 
G 
F 
G/F 
F 



Ht. 
6-10 
6-9 
6-3 
6-6 
6-4 
6-6 
5-10 
6-11 
6-2 
6-2 
6-0 
6-5 
6-7 
6-10 



Wt. 
215 
260 
190 
200 
200 
205 
180 
220 
180 
190 
175 
215 
200 
240 



Hometown 

Arden Hills, Minn. 
Juneou, Alosko 
Shelburne, Vt, 
Monhatton, N.Y 
Woodside, Cotif. 
Washington, D.C. 
Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Tompa, Flo. 
Slidell, Lo. 
Ploinheld, NJ. 
Morrisville, N.C. 
Birmingham, Mich. 
Loke Oswego, Ore. 
Belmont, Moss 



PPG 


RPG 


3,4 


1.9 


13,0 


6,3 


0.6 


0,3 


0.4 


0.2 


11.0 


4.5 


TO 


0,5 


1.8 


1.2 


14.5 


4.2 


0.0 


0.1 


17.4 


5.6 


91 


4.3 


2.0 


2,3 



General Information 

Location: Tallahassee, Flo 
Enrollment: 30,519 
Colors: Garnet, Gold 
Conference- Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Seminoles 
Founded: 1857 

Home Areno: Tallahassee Leon County Civic Cen- 
ter (12,200) 
President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 
Athletic Director: Dove Hart, Jr. 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Steve Robinson (Rodford '81 ) 

Overall Record (Years); 89-66 (5) 

Record at Florida Slate (Years): 43-48 (3) 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 850-644-1461 

Assistant Coaches; Coleman Crawford (North 
Alabamo '75), Rob Wilkes (Stetson '93), 
Stephen Giles (North Corolino '90) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 1217 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 610 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: 7th 
1 999-2000 Final Ronkings None 
1 999-2000 Postseason None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Chuck Walsh 

Office Phone: 850-644-1401 

Home Phone: 850-384-8466 

E-Mail- cwalsh@moilerfsu edu 

Office Fax: 850-644-3820 

Press Row: 850-224-4098 

Radio Play-by-Play: Gene Deckerhoff 

Office Phone; 850-644-8494 

Flogship Radio Stotion Seminole Rodio Network 

Website; www seminoles.com 

Series Info 

Series History: Maryland leads 15-5 
Last Meeting; March 1, 2000; Maryland 85, 
Florida Stole 70 (ot College Park, Md ) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost 2-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/6 

Returning Starters: Delvon Arrington (Sr., G), Adrian Crowford [Sr., G) 

Other Key Returnees Antwuon Dixon [Jr , F), Mike Mothews (So., F/C) 

Key Losses Ron Hole (F), Domous Anderson (F) 



2000-200! Schedule 

N22-25 at Great Alaska Shootout 

N29 Minnesota (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 

D4 Furmon 

D7 South Florida 

D9 at Vonderbilt 

D17 Jacksonville 

D19 at Clevelond Stole 

D21 Binghomton 

D30 Morgan State 

J4 Duke 

J6 UNC-Asheville 

J9 ol Woke Forest 

J 14 Moryiond 

J 16 alVirginio 



J20 North Carolina 

J25 North Carolina State 

J27 ol Georgio Tech 

J31 Ciemson 

F4 at Duke 

FIO Woke Forest 

F14 at Moryland 

F17 Virginia 

F22 at North Carolina 

F25 ot North Corolino State 

F28 Georgio Tech 

M3 ol Ciemson 

M8-1 1 ot ACC Tournament (Atlonlo) 



2000-2001 Roster 



No. 
1 
3 
4 
5 
10 
11 
12 
20 
30 
33 
34 
50 



Player 

Michael Joiner 
J,D. Brocy 
Antwuon Dixon 
Adrion Crowford 
Delvon Arrington 
Rodney Tucker 
Ryon Lowery 
Andrew Wilson 
Monte Cummings 
Mike Mathews 
Nigel Dixon 
David Anderson 



Pos. 

F 

G 

F 

G 

G 

F 

G 
G/F 

G 

f/C 
F/C 

C 



Yr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Fr, 
Jr. 
So. 
So. 
Jr. 



Ht. 
6-7 
6-4 



Wt 
215 
190 



6-5 200 

6-5 205 

5-11 170 

6-7 230 

6-2 180 

6-6 205 

6-4 180 

6-10 230 

6-10 350 

7-0 250 



Hometown 
Foyetteville, N.C. 
Kissimmee, Fla. 
Morietta, Go. 
Akron, Ohio 
Jersey City, NJ 
Stone Mountoin, Go. 
Gostonio, N C. 
Kennesow, Go. 
Quincy, Flo. 
Tollohossee, Flo. 
OHondo, Flo. 
Lomor, Colo. 



PPG RPG 



4.7 
5.3 
8,9 
2.1 



3,3 
1.4 
4,2 
1.9 



1.8 2.1 
15.2 4.4 



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BASKETBALL 



Ga. Tech Yellow Jackets Md^-BalL County Retrievers 





Jan. E at College Park, Mo. 
Feb. E at Atlanta, Ca. 




General Information 

Location; Atlanta, Go. 

Enrollment 13,000 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname; Yellow Jackets/ Rombling Wreck 

Founded; 1885 

Home Arena; Alexander Memorial Coliseum at 

McDonald's Center 
President Dr, G. Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director: Dove Broine 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Poul Hewitt (St. John's Fisher '85) 

Overall Record |Yeors|; 66-27 (3| 

Record at Present School (Years); 1 st year 

Best Time to Reach: 11 am, -2 p m, M-F 

Office Phone 404894-5425 

Assistant Coaches. Dean Keener {Davidson '881, 

Cliff Worren (Mount St, Mary's '90|, Willie 

Reese (Georgio Tech '89) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/3 

Returning Starters: Alvin Jones (Sr , C), Tony Akins (J 

Other Key Returnees: Clarence Moore (So, F), Jon 

(Sr , G), Michael Isenhour (Jr., F) 
Key Losses: Jason Collier (F), Jason Floyd (G) 

2000-2001 Schedule 

N17 Wolford 

N21 Charleston Southern 

N24 Dovidson 

N28 at lowo (ACC/Big Ten Chollenge) 

D2 vs UCLA (Wooden Classic) 

D6 Georgia 

D9 ot Kentucky 

D 1 8- 1 9 ot Stanford Invitational 

D 1 8 Georgia Tech vs. Idaho State 

Stanford vs Sacred Heart 

D19 Consolation/Chompionship Gome 

D23 Morgan State 

D28 Horvord 

J2 North Corolino 

J6 at Maryland 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overall Record 13 17 
1999-2000 Conference Record 5-11 
1999-2000 Conference Finish 8lh 
1999-2000 Final Rankings None 
1 999-2000 Postseason None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Allison George 

Office Phone 404-8945445 

Home Phone 678-595-7728 

E-Mail ageorge@at.gtaa-gatech.edu 

Office Fax 404-894-1248 

Press Row: 404-894-5458, 5459 

Radio Ploy-by-Play: Wes Durham 

Office Phone; 404-385-0954 

Flagship Radio Station; Georgia Tech ISP Radio 

(■Jetwork, Flagship WGST 640 AM 
Website www.rambiinwreck.com 

Series Info 

Series Record; Georgia Tech leads, 29-24 
Lost Meeting; Feb. 16, 2000; Maryland 92, Geor- 
gia Tech 70 (at College Park, Md 1 



r., G), Shaun Fein (Sr., G) 

Babul, (Sr., F), TJ. Vines (St., G), Dorryl loBorrie 



J9 


at Virginia 


J16 


at NC Sfote 


J20 


Duke 


J24 


at Clemson 


J27 


Florida Slate 


F3 


at North Carolina 


F6 


Maryland 


Fll 


Virginia 


F14 


ot Wake Forest 


F17 


NC State 


F21 


at Duke 


F25 


Ciemson 


F2B 


at Florida Stote 


M8-11 


at ACC Tournament [Atlanta 



2000-2001 Roster 



No. Ployer 

2 Dorryl LaBarrie 

3 Tony Akins 

4 Alvin Jones 

5 Clarence Moore 

10 TJ. Vines 

11 Shoun Fein 
14 Winston Neo! 

23 Jon Babul 

24 Marvin Lewis 

33 Holston Lone 

34 Robert Brooks 
44 Michael Isenhour 



Pos. 

G 
G 
C 

F 
G 
G 
G 

F 
G 
G-F 

F 

F 



Yr. 

Sr. 
Jr. 
Sr, 
So. 
Sr. 
Sr 
Sr 
Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 



Ht. 
6-3 



Wl- 

196 



5-11 182 

6-11 265 

6-4 225 

5-10 200 

6-3 205 

6-1 200 

6-7 232 

6-3 195 

6-6 200 

6-9 220 

6-8 248 



Hometown 
Decatur, Go. 
Lilburn, Go. 
Lakeland, Flo. 
Norco, Lo. 
Woodstock, Ga. 
Centerville, Moss. 
Greenville, Go. 
North Attleboro, Mass. 
Germontown, Md. 
Ook Ridge, Tenn. 
Saginow, Mich. 
Lowrenceville, Go. 



PIH3 

1.3 
11.5 
9.7 
4.8 
4.4 
10.6 
0.0 
3.6 



RPG 

0.3 
33 
8.0 
39 
1.8 
3.3 
0.3 
3.9 



1.2 1.0 



It 


UMBC 
RFTRIEVERS 


Terence Ward 




Dec. 13 
at College Park, Mo. 


|Tom Sullivan 



General Information 

Location; Boltimore, Md. 

Enrollment: 10,400 

Colors; Block, Gold, Red 

Conference; Northeast 

Nickname; Retrievers 

Founded; 1966 

Home Arena; Retriever Activities Cenlei (4,024) 

President; Dr. Freeman Hrabowski 

Athletic Director Dr. Charles Brown 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Tom Sullivan (Fordhom '72) 

Overall Record (Years); 208-210 (15) 

Record ot UMBC (Years): 54-85 (5) 

Best Time to Reach; Weekday mornings, 10-12 

Office Phone; 410-455-2864 

Assistant Coaches; Randy Monroe (Cheyney '85], 

Doug Nicholos (Gettysburg '89), Bill Zotti (Se- 

lon Hall '951 



Last Year 

1 999-2000 Overall Record; 1118 
1 999-2000 Conference Record; 7- 1 1 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 8th 
1999-2000 Final Rankings; None 
1999-2000 Postseoson; None 

Media Services 

Bosketboll SIO; Steve levy 

Office Phone; 410-455-2197 

Home Phone: 4ia363-6379 

E-Moil; slevy@umbc.edu 

Office Fax; 410-455-3994 

Press Row; 410-455-3840 

Website: wv/w umbc.edu/umbcathletics/ 

Series Info 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 10-0 

Lost Meeting; Nov. 17, 1998; Maryland 90, 

UMBC 62 



iJ.J±iii 



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This Year *■ v^^ 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost 7/3 

Returning Storters: Terence Ward (Sr, G), Kennedy Okofor (Sr, F), Justin Wilson (So., G), Brod Martin 

(Sr,F] 

Other Key Returnees: Rich Giddens (Jr., G/F), Kareem Woshington (So,, G}, Andre Williams (So., F] 
Key Losses: Isaac Green (F) 



2Q0Q-200 I Schedule 

N 1 8-20 Bottle of Baltimore Tournament 

N18 UMBC vs. Towson 

Loyola vs Morgan State 

N20 Consolation/Chomp'onship Game 

D2 Robert Morris 

D4 St. Froncis (Po.l 

D7 otQuinnipiac 

D9 at Central Connecticut 

D13 at Maryland 

D19 Loyola 

D23 at Virginia 

D30 Bucknell 

J6 St. Francis (N.Y.) 

J8 Long island 

J 13 Mt. St. Mary's 



J16 


ot Socred Heart 


J20 


Wagner 


J22 


Sacred Heort 


J27 


at St. Froncis (Po.) 


J29 


ot Robert Morris 


F1 


Quinnipiac 


f3 . 


Central Connecticut 


F8 


at Long Island 


FIG 


at St Francis (N.Y.) 


FI5 


Foirleigh Dickinson 


F!7 


at Ml. St. Mary's 


F19 


Navy 


F22 


at Monmouth 


F24 


at Foirleigh Dickinson 



2000-2001 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 

5 Koreem Washington G 



10 
!1 
12 
14 



tsooc Brooks 

Justin Wilson 

Terence Word 

Rich Giddens 

24 Ronald Votes 

32 Brad Martin 

33 Will McClurkin 

34 Kennedy Okofor 

35 Andre Willioms 
42 Sam Gronnum 

44 Peter Mulligan 

45 Eugene Young 



G 

G 

G 
G/F 

G 

F 
F/C 



Hi. 

6-3 

5-10 

6-0 

6-1 

6-5 

6-4 

6-5 

6-9 

6-7 

6-5 

6-7 

6-5 

6-8 



Wl. 

180 
160 
175 
165 
205 
190 
205 
220 
257 
240 
195 
205 
235 



Hometown PPG 

White Plains, NY 3.4 

Severn, Md. 

Brooklyn, NY. 9.1 

Egg Horbor Township, NJ. 15.9 

Huntington Stotion, N.Y. 6.2 

Jamaica, NY 

Silver Spring, Md. 8.8 4.6 

Medford, NY 

Brooklyn, NY. 12.4 

Queens, NY. 2.5 

Wyncole, Po. 1.7 

New York, NY. 

Wilmington, Del. 



RPG 

1.1 

4.1 
2.4 
2.0 



93 
26 
1.2 



84 



' jm'M:mw 



^000-0J_Opponent» 



t^id.'Eastern Shore Hawks Norfolk State Spartans 





Dec. 30 

AT College Park, Md. 





Dec. S3 

AT College Park, Md. 



General Information 

Location: Princess Anne, Md- 

Enrollment: 3,250 

Colors: Moroon, Gray 

Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 

Nickname: Fighting Hawks/Hawks 

Founded: 1886 

Home Arena; William P. Hytche Athletic Center 

President: Dr. Dolores Spikes 

Athleh'c Director Dr. Vivian L Fuller 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Thomos Trotter (Wisconsin-Porkside 

■85) 
Overall Record (Yeors): First year 
Record at UMES (Yeor^): First yeor 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone 410-651-6541 
Assistont Coaches. Jomes Wilhelmi, Brad Bestor 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 12-17 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 8-10 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: 7th 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1 999-2000 Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID TBA 

Office Phone: 410-651-6499 

Home Phone, TBA 

E-Mail: TBA 

Office Fax: 410-651-7514 

Press Row: 410-651-6709 

Website: www.umes.edu/athletics 

Series Info 

Series Record: Marylond leads, 13 
Last Meeting: Dec. 28, 1995, Maryland 104, 
UMES 66 (at College Pork, Md.) 



General Information 

Location: Norfolk, Va, 
Enrollment: 8,115 
Colors: Green, Gold 
Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 
Nickname: Spartans 
Founded: 1935 
Home Arena: Echols Hall 
President: Dr. Marie V. McDemmond 
Athletic Director: Orby Mass 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Wil Jones 

Overall Record (Years): 246-161 

Record at Norfolk State (Years): 12-16(1) 

Best Time to Reach: Weekdays, 11-3 

Office Phone: 757-823-9192 

Assistant Coaches: Jim Hommond, Fred Burroughs 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 12-15 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 11-7 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 5th 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Christian Johnson 
Office Phone: 757-823-2628 
Home Phone: 757-270-5173 
E-Mail: chriss, d25@hotmail.com 
Office Fax: 757-823-8218 
Website: www.nsu.edu/athletics.htm 

Series Info 

Series Record: First Meeting 



^SA^ 




\ 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 /4 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/6 ^^^^^ 

Returning Starters: Ardrian Pryce (Sr., G), Sanyik^ireenl^, f) 

Other Key Returnees Kofi Amoamo (Jr., G), Joshua Hickman (So,, G), Brett Hughes (So , C) 

Key Losses: Demetrie Reese (G), Kevin Wallace (G) 



This Year \ 

Starters Returning/lost: 2/3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost; 5/3 

Returning Starters: Dorrell Neal [Sr., F), Cornelius Roberts (Sr., F) 

Other Key Returnees: Dion Dove (Sr., G), Cordell Maxwell (So., G), Terrence Winston (Jr., G) 

Key Losses: Will Brooks |F), Domion Woolfolk (G) 



SOOO-SQO I Schedule 



N22 


of Northwestern 


N28 


at Towson J 


D4 


ot Norfolk Stote 


D6 


at Hompton 


D9 


at Washington State 


D13 


Stony Brook ^^ 


D22 


at Georgetown / 


D30 


at Maryland 


J2 


at Arkonsos 


J6 


Delawore State 


J9 


at Albany 


J13 


at Bethune Cookman 


J15 


at Florida A&M 


J20 


Coppin State 










SDDQ-SDO 1 Schedule 


J22 


Morgan State 


N21 


at New Orleans 


J27 


at North Carolina A&T 


N25 


at Louisiana State 


J29 


South Carolina Stale 


N29 


Hampton 


J31 


at Howard 


D4 


01 Seton Holl 


F3 


Hampton 


D6 


Howard 


F5 


Norfolk Stale 


D9 


UNC Greensboro 


FIO 


at Delaware State 


D17 


at Maine 


F12 


at Stony Brook 


D23 


at Maryland 


F17 


Bethune Cookman 


D28 


at San Diego Stole 


F19 


Florida A&M 


D30 


at Fresno Stale 


F24 


at Coppin Stole 


J6 


at Coppin Stole 


F26 


at Morgan State 


J8 


at Morgan State 


Ml 


Howord 


J15 


Delaware Stale 


M5-I0 


at MEAC Tourn. (Richmond, Vo.) 


J20 


ol South Carolina Stole 



J22 


at North Carolina A&T 


J25 


Old Dominion 


J27 


Florida A&M 


J29 


at Bethune Cookman 


F3 


at Howord 


F5 


at Maryland-Eastern Shore 


FIG 


Coppm Stote 


F12 


Morgon State 


F15 


Marylond-Eostern Shore 


F19 


at Delawore State 


F24 


North Carolina A&T 


F26 


South Carolina State 


M3 


at Hampton 


M5-10 


ot MEAC Tourn. [Richmond, Vo 



2000-2001 Roster 



2000-2001 Roster 



No. 

10 
11 
12 
22 
24 
30 
32 
42 
44 



Player 

Joshua Hickman 
Ben Roberts 
Kofi Amooma 
Chako Harris 
Adrian Pryce 
Joy Vaughn 
Sonyiko Street 
Brett Hughes 
Ali Trotman 
Note Brown 
Kevin Dorby 
Andre Newson 
Mohammad N'Dioye C 
Tim Smith G 

Thomas Trotter G 



Pos. 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

F 
F/C 

C 

F 
G/F 

F 
G/F 



Yr. 

So. 
fr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 



Ht. Wt. 

5-9 156 

6-1 180 

6-3 200 

6-4 190 

6-0 185 

6-5 200 

6-8 225 

7-0 215 

6-6 202 

6-4 205 

6-5 195 

M 205 

6-8 230 

6-3 185 

60 175 



Hometown 

Pocomoke, Md. 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Bramlon, Ont. 
Toronto, Conodo 
Mississougo, Ont. 
Brondywine, Md. 
Rockville, Md, 
Owings Mills, Md. 
Tokoma Pork, Md. 
Flint, Mich. 
Rocine, Wis, 
Aurora, III. 
Singol, West Africa 
Chicago, 111. 
Las Cruces, N M. 



PPG 

3.1 
1.5 
2.1 
1.1 
4.0 
0.0 
5.9 
2.7 
0.4 



RPG 

0.9 
0.6 
2.3 
0.5 
1.1 
0.2 
3.9 
2.9 
0.6 



No. Name 

4 Terrence Winston 

10 Nicholas Byrd 

1 1 Dion Dove 

13 Jomol Mills 

14 Derrick Smith 

15 Ryan Grier 
21 



Pas. 

G 
G 
G 

F 
G 
G 

F 



Cornelius Roberts 

23 Mohondo Whitfield G 

25 Keedor Whittle F 

30 Cordell Maxwell G 

33 Edward Seward C 

40 Michoel Boyd F 

42 Gregory Quick F 

43 Darrell Neal F 
50 Clyde Abney C 



Yr. 

Jr. 
Fr 
Sr. 
Fr 
Fr. 
Fr 
Sr. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 
Fr. 
So. 
So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 



Wt. 

180 



Ht. 

6-0 
6-0 190 
6-2 190 
6-9 200 



6-4 
6-4 



190 
185 



6-6 215 

6-4 200 

6-6 210 

6-6 200 

6-9 230 

6-7 225 

6-8 230 

6-8 225 

6-9 320 



Hometown 

Portsmouth, Va. 
Hopewell, Vo. 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Bowman, S.C. 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Portsmouth, Vo. 
Jonesboro, Go. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Chesapeake, Vo 
Columbus, Ohio 
Buffalo, NY 
Royal Palm Beach, Flo, 
Pensocoio, Flo. 



PPG RPG 
11.7 2.5 

4.5 2.3 



2.9 1.0 
4.6 2.2 



10.1 13.1 
2.2 2.4 



85 




iOdOJ^pponents 



a-Oi MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



Horth Carolina Tar Heels NC State Wolfpack 





Jan. I AT College Park, Md. 
Feb. I AT Chapel Hill, Mo. 







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Jan. 2 I at Raleigh, N.C. 
Feb. 2Q at College Park, Md. 




Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 22- U 
1 999-2000 Conference Record 9-7 
1 999-2000 Conference Finisfi: T-3rd 
1999-2000 Final Ronkings No. 11 ESPN/USA 

Today 
1999-2000 Postseason, 41; lost to Florida, 71- 

59, in notiono! semifinols 

Media Services 

Basketball SID Steve Kirscliner 

Office Plione 919-962-7258 

Home Phone: 919-4840664 

E-Mail skirschner@uncaa Lind,edu 

Office Fax: 919-962-0612 

Press Row 919-962-8815/8816 

Rodio Ploy-by-Ploy Woody Durfiam 

Office Ptione 919-968-4803 

Flagship Radio Station: Tor Heel Sports Network 

Website wv/wTarHeeiBlue,com 

Series Info 

Series Record: North Carolina teods, 104-49 
Last Meeting: Feb 26, 2000; Maryland 81, North 

This Year "^^^ ^P \ ^ Corollna 73 |ol College Park, Md | 

Starters Returning/lost: A/} 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 8/2 

Returning Starters Joson Capel (Jr., F(, Joseph Forte (So,, G), Brendon Haywood (Sr, C), Kris Long (Jr , F/C) 

Other Key Returnees, Brion Bersticker (Jr , F/C), Ronald Curry (So,, G), Max Owens (Sr,, G/F], Julius 
Peppers (So , F) i * i 



Key Losses: Ed Colo [0)4 



General Information 

Location: Chapel Hill, N C 

Enrollment 24,635 

Colors Carolina Blue, While 

Conference: Atlontic CoasI 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Founded: 1789 

Home Arena Dean E Smith Center (21,572) 

Chancellor James Moeser 

Athletic Director Dick Baddour 

Coaching Staff 

Head Cooch: Matt Doherty (North Carolina '84) 

Overall Record (Yeors): 22-15(1) 

Record ol UNC (Years): First year 

Best Time to Reach Contact SID 

Office Phone 919 962- 1154 

Assistont Coaches Doug Wojcik (Navy '90), Fred 

Quarlleboum (Fordhom '89), Bob MocKinnon 

(King's College '82) 



20D0-20Q I Schedule 

NlOll at N ABC Classic J6 

NIO North Carolina vs, Winthrop JIG 

Arizona Slate vs. Tulsa J 13 

Nil Consolation/Championship Game J 17 

N17 at Appalochian Slate J20 

N29 at Michigan St (ACC/Bg Ten Challenge) J24 

D2 Kentucky J28 

D4 Miomi(Fla.) Fl 

D9 01 Texos AiM (Houston) F3 

D17 Budalo F6 

D23 01 UCLA FIO 

D29-30 Roycom Tournament of Champions F18 

(Chorlolte) F22 

029 North Carolina vs. Massachusetts F25 

Richmond vs Charleston F28 

D30 Consolotion/Chompionship Game M4 

J 2 at Georgia Tech M8-11 



Wake Forest 

at Marylond 

Marquette 

Clemson 

ol Florida State 

Virginia 

at NC Stale 

at Duke 

Georgia Tech 

at Woke Forest 

Moryland 

at Clemson 

Florida Stole 

at Virginia 

NC Stole 

Duke 

at ACC Tournament (Atlonto) 



20Q0-S00I Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. 



Brendon Haywood C 



Brian Morrison 
Jason Parker 
Michael Brooker 
Neil Fingleton 
Jonalhon Holmes 
Kenny White 
22 Ronald Curry 
24 Max Owens 
Jason Capel 
Adom Boone 



G 

F 
G/F 

C 

G 

G 

G 

G/F 
F/G 

G 



Orlando Melendez F 



Jim Everett 

Joseph Forte 

Kris Long 

Will Johnson 

45 Julius Peppers 

50 Brian Bersticker 



F 

G 
F/C 

F 

F 
F/C 



Sr 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 
Fr 
So 
Sr 
So 
Sr 
Jr 
Fr 
Jr. 
Sr. 
So 
Jr 
So. 
So. 

Jr 



HI. Wl, 

7-0 264 

6-2 175 

6-8 235 

6-6 219 

7-6 295 

6-0 175 

6-0 174 

6-2 200 

6-5 198 

6-6 224 

6-2 182 

6-8 200 

6-8 220 

6-4 185 

6-11 243 

6-8 211 

6-6 280 

610 232 



Hometown 

Greensboro, N C 
Redmond, Wash. 
Chorlolte, N C. 
Sandersville, Go 
Durhom, England 
Bloominglon, Ind. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Hampton, Vo 
Macon, Go. 
Chesopeake, Va. 
Minnetonka, Minn 
Juona Diaz, PR. 
Charlotte, N C 
Greenbell, Md. 
Gostonia, N C 
Hickory N C 
Bailey N C 
Virginia Beach Vo 



PPG RPG 

13.6 7.5 



09 05 

03 02 
00 0.2 

7.4 1.3 

12.3 68 

15 1.2 

0.7 0.7 

167 5.5 

8.4 43 

04 0.8 

4.5 3.5 
50 28 



General Information 

Location Raieigh, N C. 

Enrollmenh 28,011 

Colors: Red, White 

Conference Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Founded 1887 

Home Arena EntertoinmenI and Sports Arena 

(19,722) 
President Dr Marye Anne Fox 
Athletic Director Lee Fowler 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Herb Sendek (Carnegie Mellon '85) 

Overall Record (Years); 136-84 (7) 

Record at NC Stale (Years): 73-58 (4) 

Best Time to Reach: Contocf SID 

Office Phone 919-515-2104 

Assistant Coaches Sean Miller (Pittsburgh '92), 

Lorry Harris (Pittsburgh '78), Mark Phelps (Old 

Dominion 96) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record /u i4 
1999-2000 Conference Record 6-10 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish 6lh 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings None 
1999-2000 Postseason 3 2; lost to Penn Stale, 
74-72, in NIT consolation find 

Media Services 

Bosketboll SID Annobelle Voughon 

Office Phone 919-515-2102 

Home Phone 919-788-0939 

E-Mail onnabelle_vaughan@ncsu.edu 

Office Fax: 919-515-2898 

Press Row 919-861-6190 

Radio Ploy-by-Ploy: Capitol Sports 

Flagship Radio Stolion 680 AM 

Website: www gopack com 

Series Info 

Series Record: NC Stole leads, 67-58 
last Meeting: Morch 1 1 , 2000; Maryland 64, NC 
Stole 61 (ol Chorlolte. N.C.) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost 4/ 1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/3 

Returning Starters Anthony Grundy (Jr., G), Kenny Inge (Sr, F), Damon Thorlon [Sr, F), Damien Wilkins 

ISo., F] 
Other Key Returnees: Clifford Crawford (So., G), Ron Kelley (Sr., C), Archie Miller (Jr, G), Cornelius 

Williams (Sr,C) 
Key Losses: Justin Gamey (G), Tim Wells (F) 



SOOQ-SOQI Schedule 

N17-18 CoSlDA Clossic 

N17 NC Slole vs. Penn , 

UNC Charlotte vs Fordhom 

N 1 8 Consolotion/Championship Gome 

N22 vs. Fresno Stale (Hall o( Fome Tip-Off) 

N25 Charleston Southern 

N29 Penn Stole (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 

D2 at Old Dominion 

D5 UNC Greensboro 

D9 Delta Classic vs. Georgia (Atlonto) 

D16 New Hampshire 

D22 UNC Asheville 

D30 Col Poly 

J6 ol Virginio 

J 10 Duke 

J 13 at Clemson 

2Q00-2GQI Roster 

No. Player Pos. Yr. Hi. Wt. 

1 Domien Wilkins F So 6-6 225 

2 Anthony Grundy G Jr 6-3 185 

3 Damon Thornton F Sr. 6-8 240 

4 MichoelBell F Fr 6-9 195 

5 Brian Keeter G Jr 6-1 165 
11 Archie Miller G Jr. 5-10 160 

21 Kenny Inge F Sr 6-8 235 

22 Will Roach F Fr 6-5 185 

23 Scooter Sherrill G fr. 6-3 185 

24 TreyGuidry G Fr 6-2 175 
30 Clifford Crawford G So 6-3 190 
33 Cornelius Willioms C Sr 6-11 260 
40 Ron Kelley C Sr 6-9 245 
50 Kristian Jensen C Jr. 7-1 215 
54 MorcusMelvin F Fr 6-8 225 



J 16 Georgia Tech 

J21 Maryland 

J25 at Florida Slate 

J28 North Carolina 

J31 at Woke Forest 

F3 ' Syracuse 

F7 Virginia 

Fll at Duke 

F14 Clemson 

F17 at Georgio Tech 

F20 at Maryland 

F25 Florida Stole 

F28 ol North Carolina 

M4 Wake Forest 

M8-1] at ACC TournomenI (Allonto) 



Hometown 

Woshinglon, N.C. 
Louisville. Ky. 
Norfolk, Vo. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Cory, N.C. 
Beaver Foils, Po. 
Virginio Beach, Vo. 
Roleigh, N.C. 
Mt Ulla, N C. 
Baton Rouge, Lo. 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Fl. McClellon, Ala. 
Emory, Texas 
Knoxville, lowo 
Fovetteville, N C 



PPG 

114 
125 
9.5 

20 
4.7 
103 



1.2 
0.8 

8.1 



RPG 

5.8 
46 
76 

0.0 
1.0 

6.4 



0.8 
09 

4.0 



86 



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2000dQJ_Opponents^ 



Oklahoma Sooners 



Pennsylvania Quakers 





Kelvin 



Feb. Zt 
AT College Park, Mo. 





Dec. 9 

AT Philadelphia 




General Information 

location, Norman, Okla. 

Enrollment 25,000 

Colors Crimson, Cream 

Conference: Big 12 (South) 

Nicknome: Sooners 

Founded; 1690 

Home Arena: Lloyd Noble Center ( 1 1 

President: David L. Boren 

Athletic Director Joe Costiglione 



1001 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 27-7 
1 999-2000 Conference Record 12-4 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: T-3rd 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: No. 12 AP, No, 19 

ESPN/USA Today 
1 999-2000 Postseason: 1 -1 ; lost to Purdue. 66- 
62, In NCAA second round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Houck 

Office Phone 405-325-8227 

Home Phone: 405-447-2731 

E-Mail: mhouck@ou,edu 

Office Fox: 405-325-7623 

Press Row: 405-325-1024 

Radio Ploy-by-Ploy: Bob Borry, Sr 

Flagship Radio Station: KOMAAM (Oklahomo 

City) 
Website www soonersports.com 

Series Info 

Series Record: Tied, 1-1 
£^ Last Meeting: Dec 7. 1993; Oklohomo 88, Mory- 

This Year » '"""^ ^^ '"' 0'''°^°'"° '^''V' °'''°l 

Starters Returning/Lost 3/2 V Jk, 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 7/5 T 

Returning Starters J, R Raymond (Jr, G), Nolan Johnson (Sr, G), Mollis Price, (So., GJ 

Other Key Returnees Tim Heskett (Sr , G). Kelley Newton (Sr, G), Jomeel Heywoof (Sr. F) 

Key Losses Eduordo Nciero (F), Renzi Stone (C) 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Kelvin Sampson (Pembroke State '78} 
Overall Record (Years): 306-210 ( 17) 
Record at Oklahoma State (Years): 130-62 (6) 
Best Time to Reach Weekday mornings 
Office Phone: 405-325-4732 
Assistont Coaches: Ray Lopes (College of Idaho 

'87), Jim Shaw (Western Oregon '85). Bennie 

Seltzer (Washington State '97) 



General Information 

Location: Philadelphia. Pa, 

Enrollment- 9,770 

Colors: Red, Blue 

Conference; Ivy League 

Nickname Quakers 

Founded: 1740 

Home Arena; The Palestra (8, 700) 

President Dr. Judith Rodin 

Athletic Director: Steve Bilsky 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Fron Dunphy (Lo Solle '70) 

Overall Record (Years); 194-105 (11 ) 

Record at Penn (Years): 194-105 (11) 

Best Time to Reach: ConlocI SID 

Office Phone: 215-898-0208 

Assistant Coaches Gil Jackson (Elizabethlown 

'69), Steve Donahue (Ursinus '84), Dove Duke 

(Villonovo '74) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 21-8 
1999-2000 Conference Record: 14-0 
1999-2000 Conference Finish, Isl 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Carlo Shultzberg 

Office Phone 215-898-1748 

Home Phone; 215-778-2117 

E-Mail carlas@pobox,upenn,edu 

Office Fax: 215-898-1747 

Press Row 215-898-4324 

Flagship Radio Station:WXPN (88,5 FM) 

Website: www,pennathletics,com 

Series Info 

Series Record: Penn leads, 12-2 
Last Meeting: Jon, 21, 1997, Maryland 103, Penn 
73 (ot Baltimore, Md,) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 '"" <»f 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/3 

Returning Starters Ugonno Onyekwe (So . F), Geoff Owens (Sr , C] 
Other Key Returnees: Josh Sanger (Sr , F), Dove Klotsky (So,, G) 
Key Losses Frank Brown (F/G), Michoel Jordan (G), Mott Longol (G) 



sooo- 


SDG 1 Schedule 













5000-SGOI 


Schedule 






1. 


N17-18 


Sooner Holiday Classic 






J 1 6 at Texas Tech 






N17-18 01 CoSIDA Classic 






J24 Lehigh 


N17 


Oklahoma State vs Alec 
LaSallevs, UNCWilmin 


rn State 


J20 at Kansas Stole 






N17 


Penn vs, NC State 

UNC Chorlotte vs Fordhom 




J27 St. Joseph's 




9 ton 




J 24 Texas 


F2 Yale 


NIB 


Consolation/Champions 


hip G 


3me 


J27 Nebraska 






N18 


Consolotion/Ch 


3mpionship G 


jme 


F3 Brown 


N24-26 


at Big island Invitotionol 






J31 at Baylor 






N2f 


at Dovi 


Json 








F9 at Horvord 


D2 
D9 


at Mississippi 






F3 at Texas A&M 






D2 
D7 


at Penn 
La Solle 


State 








FIO otDortmouth 






f 7 Texas Tech 














F16 


at t^orneii 


D16 


Coppin State 






FIO at Texas 






D9 


Maryland 








F17 


ot Columbia 


D20 










Dte 




D13 
D29 


atSeton Hall 
Temple 








F23 
F24 


Dartmouth 












D23 


Arkansas 






F17 Baylor 


Harvard 


D29-30 
D29 


All-College Tournament 
Oklahomo State vs, Oro 


Robe 




F19 at Missouri 






J7 
J12 


at Flonc 


a International 






M2 


at Brown 




F24 at Maryland 






Columb 


10 








M3 at rale 




SMU vs, Pon Americon 






F28 Colorado 






J13 


Cornell 










M6 at Princeton 


D30 


Consolation/Championship G 


jme 


M3 Oklahoma State 






J17 


at Deloware 










J6 


at iowo State 






M8-11 otBig 1 2 Tournoment (Kansas City) 


J20 


at Lofoy 


ette 










J9 


Texas A&M 


























J13 


Kansas 


























2Q0Q-a00l Roster 












2GGG-SGGI 


Roster 








No. Player 


Pos. Yr. 


HI. 


Wt. 




PPG 


RPG 


No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt 


Hometown 


3 Michael Cano G Jr, 


6-1 


175 


Son Antonio, Texas 


0.2 


0,3 


1 


Ugonno Onyekwe F 


So, 


6-8 


22, 


London, England 


5 Nolan 


Johnson G Sr, 


6-4 


220 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


10.0 


5.1 


2 


Koko Archibong 


F 


So, 


6-7 


20C 


) Pasadena, Calif. 


10 Mollis 


Price G So, 


6-1 


170 


New Orleans, La. 


7.2 


2.2 


3 


Dovid Klotsky 


G 


So, 


5-11 


17C 


Homdel, NJ. 


11 J. R, Raymond G Jr 


(yl 


175 


Gastonia. N.C. 


13.4 


3.3 


13 


Don Solomito 


F 


Jr 


6-6 


215 


Montcloir, NJ. 


12 Bloke 


ohnston G Fr. 


6-1 


175 


Midland, Texas 






32 


Duone King 


G 


So. 


6^5 


19E 


Louisville, Ky. 


13 Aaron McGhee F Jr 


6-8 


245 


Aurora. III. 






33 


Harold Bailey 


G/F 


So. 


6-2 


19C 


Westport, Conn. 


14 Tim Heskett G Sr. 


6-1 


180 


Lexington. S.C. 


74 


15 


44 


Andrew Cotes 


F 


So. 


6-8 


20( 


) Seattle. Wash. 


20 Kelley 


Newton G Sr. 


6-2 


190 


Kansas City. Kan. 


6.3 


1,5 


50 


Josh Sanger 


F 


Sr 


6-8 


23. 


Charlotte. N.C. 


24 Doryon Seivy F Jr, 


6-6 


215 


West Memphis. Ark. 






51 


Geoff Owens 


C 


Sr 


Ml 


24C 


Audubon. NJ. 


25 Ronnie 


Griffin F Jr. 


6-9 


235 


Louisville, Ky. 






52 


Jon Tross 


F 


Sr. 


6-7 


19C 


Madison, Conn. 


32 Johnnie Gilbert F Fr 


6-7 


220 


Minneapolis. Minn. 








Adorn Chubb 


WC 


Fr 


6-10 


22C 


) Horrisburg. Po. 


34 Jamee 


Heywood F Sr, 


6^5 


230 


Bronx. NY 


3.2 


2.9 




Chorles Copp 


G 


Fr 


6-0 


IBC 


Tulpehocken, Pa. 


42 Jozsef Szendrei C Jr 


6-9 


240 


Budapest, Hungary 








Jeff Schiffner 


G/F 


Fr 


6-5 


20C 


Ch 


;ster, Po. 



PPG 


RPG 


11.7 


8.0 


3.2 


2.4 


4.0 


2.1 


1,2 


0.5 


1.2 


0.9 


0,7 


0.3 


0.0 


0.0 


0.6 


0.9 


9.0 


73 


0.3 


0.6 



87 




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OO^J-Opponents 



jijaj-f 1 ^i 



Sfo/iy Brook Seawolves Yirginia Cavaliers 



VIRGINIA 





Dec. E 

AT College Park, Mo. 




Jan. 3 I at Charlottesville, Va. 
Mar. 3 at College Park, Mo. 




General Information 

Location Stony Brook, NY, 

Enrollment 19,139 

Colors Scarlet, Gray 

Conference Independent 

Nickname Seowolves 

Founded: 1957 

Home Arena: USB Sports Complex (4, 103) 

President: Dr Shirley Strum Kenny 

Athletic Director Dr, Richard Loskowski 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Nick Mocorchuk (Fairfield '63) 
Overoll Record (Years): 316-343 (23) 
Record at Stony Brook (Years): 6-23(1) 
Best Time to Reach Conloct SID 
Office Phone 631-632-7201 
Assistant Cooches: Nick Mocorchuk III (Conisius 
88), Edgor De La Rosa (St, Francis (NY) '83), 
Brian Bloney [Roanoke '94) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overoll Record 6-23 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings None 
1 999-2000 Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Bosketball SID Rob Emmerich, Jr, 

Office Phone 631-632-6312 

Home Phone: 631-331-5405 

E-Mail: remmerich@nofes,cc,suny5b-edu 

Office Fox: 631-632-8841 

Press Row 631-632-9260 

Radio Play-by-Play: Curl Hylton, Jeff Bernsleir 

Office Phone 631-632-6901 

Flagship Radio Station WUSB90,1 

Website v/wwgoseowolves,org 

Series Info 

Series Record: First Meeting 



This Year 

Storlers Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 8/5 

Returning Starters Josh Little (Sr , G), Jookim Eriksson (So , F/C), Rob Hartmon (Sr., G) 

Other Key Returnees: Chns Balliro (Sr , F) 

Key Losses: Sieve Protta (G), Poblo Porras (F) 



2000-2001 Schedule 

N18 ot Si John's J8 

N21 New Englond College J'l 

N25 Hofslro J13 

N29 ot New Hompshire J 17 

02 Army J24 

Do at Morylond J27 

D9 ot Columbio J29 

D13 at Morylond-Eoslern Shore F3 

D16 al Rutgers F7 

D23 Texos-Arlinglon F13 

D30 Elon F17 

J3 ot Rider F19 

J6 Novy F27 



ot Cleveland State 

Medgor Evers 

at Bmghomton 

of College of Charleston 

Brown 

ot Albany 

Cornell 

Maritime 

Albany 

Morylond-Eoslern Shore 

at Lehigh 

ot Lofoyette 

at Army 



2000-200 I Roster 



No. Player 

3 Josh Liltle 

10 Lorry Jennings 

11 TerrillWore 
15 Dowud Munir 
20 Lee Church 

22 Jookim Eriksson 

23 Donte Blades 

24 Rob Hoflmon 

25 Nelson Peno 

30 Joirius McCollum 

31 David McQuoid 

33 Chris Bolliro 

34 Hosoun Hunter 

35 J B, BenneN 
42 Leon Bnsport 
41 Mike Konopko 



Pos. 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 
f/C 

F 

G 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 
C/F 

F 



Yr. 
Sr, 
Jr. 
Sr, 
Fr 
Ff 
So. 
Sr 
Sr 
Sr, 
Fr 
So 
Sr, 
Sr. 
Fr, 
Sr, 
Fr, 



Ht. Wt. 

6-3 175 

6-1 175 

5-7 150 



6-3 
6-0 



175 
175 



6-7 225 

6-5 185 

6-0 185 

6-3 215 



6-8 
6-7 



210 
190 



6-7 205 

6-5 205 

6-8 205 

6-8 220 

6-8 210 



Hometown 

Rocky Hill, Conn, 
New York, NY 
Buffalo, N.Y 
Worwick, R.I. 
Brooklyn, N.Y 
Osfersund, Sweden 
New Rochelle, N.Y. 
Jackson Heights, N.Y 
Brooklyn, NY 
Mt Holly, NJ, 
Toronto, Conodo 
Swampscott, Moss, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Shirley, N.Y 
Brooklyn, NY 
Toms River, NJ. 



PPG RPG 

74 2,4 



1,4 0.9 



5.1 


3.2 


2.3 


0.9 


6.6 


3.1 


1.4 


1.8 


63 


36 


0,0 


05 



Hoos 



General Information 

Location: Chorlottesvitle, Vo. 
Enrollment: 18,463 
Colors Orange, Blue 
Conference Atlontic Coast 
Nickname: Covoliers, Wohoos, 
Founded 1819 
Home Arena: University Hall 
President John T Costeen, 111 
Athletic Director Terry Hollond 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Pete Gillen (Fairfield '68] 
Overoll Record (Years): 307-156 (15) 
Record at Virginio (Yeors): 33-28 (2) 
Best Time to Reach ConlacI SID 
Office Phone: 804-982-5400 
Assistant Coaches Tom Herrion [Merrimack '89), 
Wolt Fuller (Drexel 87), Scott Shepherd (Rob- 
ert Morris '91) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overoll Record 19-12 
1 999-2000 Conference Record 9-7 
1999-2000 Conference Finish T-3rd 
1999-2000 Final Rankings N/A 
1 999-2000 Postseoson: 0- 1 ; lost to Georgetown 
115.111 |3ol| in NIT first round 

Media Services 

Bosketball SID Rich Murroy 
Office Phone 804-982-5500 
Home Phone 804-978-2966 
E-Mail r|m4e@virginia.edu 
Office fax 804-982-5525 
Press Row 804-296-5910 
Radio Play-by^lay Mac McDonold 
Office Phone 804-982-4937 
Flogship Radio Station WWWV-FM 
Website: www virginiasports.com 

Series Info 

' Series Record: Maryland leads 93-58 

Lost Meeting: Morch 4, 2000, Virginia 89, Mor , 
land 87 (ot) (at Charlottesville, Vo.) 
- ^ 

This Year V 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/ 1 ^t ■«.. ,. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 12/3 

Rehjming Starters Adam Holl (Jr , G/F), Donold Hand (Sr , G), Travis Watson |So., C/F), Chris Will 

lams (Jr , f) 
Other Key Rehirnees Stephone Dondon (Sr., F), Jason Dowling (Jr, G), Keith Friel (Sr., G), Josh Hore 

(Sr , G), Roger Mason, Jr (So , G), Jason Rogers (So., C/F) 
Key Losses Willie Dersch (F/G), Colin Duchorme (C/F) 

2000-200 I Schedule 

N17 Long Island 

N20 Coostol Corolina 

N24 at Virginio Tech 

N29 Purdue 

D4 atVMI 

D6 Ohio 

D 1 9 vs. Tennessee (ot Jimmy V Classic, 

Meodowlonds} 

D23 UMBC 

D28 Bucknell 

D30 ot Dorlmoulh 

J2 ot Woke Forest 

J6 NC Stole 

J9 Georgia Tech 

J13 at Duke ■ 



1 



J16 


Florido State 


J20 


Missouri 


J24 


ol North Caroline 


J27 


ot Clemson 


J31 . 


Maryland 


F3 


Woke Forest 


F7 


ot NC Stole 


Fll 


ot Georgio Tech 


F)4 


Duke 


F17 


at Florida Stole 


F25 


North Carolina 


F28 


Clemson 


M3 


at Morylond 


M8-1I 


ot ACC Tournament (Atlonto) 



2000-2001 Roster 



No. Player 

4 Stephone Dondon 
Jason Dowling 
Majestic Mopp 
Keith Friel 
Donold Hond 
Greg Lyons 
Roger Mason 
Josh Hore 
MouriceYoung 
Jason Rogers 
Adam Hall 
J,C, Mothis 
Chris Williams 
Travis Wotson 



Pos. 

F 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

F/G 
C/F 
F/G 

F 

F 
F/C 



Yr. 

Sr 
Jr, 
So 
Sr 
Sr 
Sr, 
So, 
Sr 
Fr 

So 
Jr, 
Fr, 
Jr. 
So. 



Ht. Wt. 

6-8 240 



6-2 
6-2 
64 

5-11 
64 



198 
180 
190 
182 
178 



65 202 

6-2 200 

6-5 195 

6-10 225 

6-5 195 

6-9 230 

6-7 205 

6-7 255 



Hometown 
Toulouse, France 
Brooklyn, NY 
Bronx, NY 
Durham, N.H, 
Poterson, NJ. 
Mineolo, NY 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Vernon, Conn, 
Milchellville, Md, 
Staunton, Vo, 
Koty, Texos 
Brooklyn, N.Y 
Birminghom, Ala. 
Brookneal, Va, 



PPG 


RPG 


3.4 


2.9 


0.1 


0.3 


5.3 


0.9 


58 


0.9 


150 


2.6 


76 


2.2 


1,1 


0.8 


1.7 


08 


10,1 


48 


15,5 


61 


114 


8.3 



88 



2000^JJDpponents^ 



Wake Forest Demon Deacons Wisconsin Badgers 





Jan. I 7 at College Park, Md. 
Feb. I 7 at Wimstgn-Salem, N.C. 




fur 



Nov. S9 AT Milwaukee 
(ACC/BiG Ten ChallengeI 




General Information 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Enrollment: 3, 836 

Colors: Old Gold, Black 

Conference. Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Founded: 1834 

Home Arena: Lowrence Joel Coliseum ( 1 4,407} 

President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 

Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Dave Odom (Guilford '65] 
Overall Record (Years): 259-163 |14| 
Record at Wake Forest (Years): 221-121 (11) 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 336-758-5622 
Assistant Cooches: Barry Sanderson (Alabama 
'90 ), Frank Haith (Elon '88), Ernie Nestor 
(Alderson-Broaddus College '68) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record: 22-14 
1 999-2000 Conference Record: 7-9 
1 999-2000 Conference Finish: 5th 
1 999-2000 Final Rankings: None 
1999-2000 Postseason: NIT chompion 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dean Buchon 
Office Phone: 336-758-5640 
Home Phone: 336-287-8954 
E-Mail: buchandw@wfu.edu 
Office Fax: 336-758-5140 
Press Row: 336-727-2945 
Radio Ploy-by-Play: Stan Cotten 
Office Phone: 910-768-3400 
Flagship Radio Station. WXl 1-830 AM 
Website: www.wokeforestsports.com 

Series Info 

Series Record: Tied, 50-50 
Last Meeting: Feb 19, 2000, Maryland 73, Wake 
Forest 67 (at Winston-Salem, N.C.) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 

Rehjming Starters: Robert C Kelley (Sr., G), Ervin Murray (Jr., G), Rofoel Vidourreta (Sr., C), Josh 

Howard (So., F), Darius Songailo (Jr., F) 
Other Key Returnees: Craig Dawson, (Jr., G/F), Josh Shoemaker (Sr., C) 
Key Losses: none 



SOOO-SOQ I Schedule 

N16-17 otBC A Classic 

N 1 6 Woke Forest vs. Mt. St. Mary's 

Houston vs. Air Force 

N17 Consolation/Championship Gome 

N20 at Richmond 

N25 Campbell 

N 2 8 at Michigan (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 

D2 South Carolina State 

D7 Kansas 

D16 Georgia 

D18 Radford 

D21 at Temple 

D29 Navy 

J2 Virginia 

J6 at North Carolina 

J9 Florida State 



J 13 at Georgia Tech 

J 17 at Maryland 

J21 Clemson 

J24 at Duke 

J27 at Cincinnati 

J31 NC State 

F3 at Virginia 

F6 North Carolina 

FIO at Florida State 

F14 Georgia Tech 

F17 Maryland 

F21 at Clemson 

F24 Duke 

M4 at NC Stole 

M8-11 at ACC Tournament (Atlanta) 



SOOO-ZOQ! Roster 



No. Player 

3 Broderick Hicks 

4 Robert O'Kelley 

5 Josh Howard 
23 Steve Lepore 
25 Dorius Songoilo 
31 Ervin Murroy 
34 Antwon Scott 

41 Rofoel Vidourreta 

42 Craig Dawson 
44 Josh Shoemaker 

A.W. Hamilton 
Dshamol Schoetz 



Pos. 
G 
G 

F 

G 
F 
G 
F 
C 
G 
C 
G 
C 



Yr. 

Jr- 
Sr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Sr 
Fr. 
Fr. 



Hi. Wt. Hometown 



PPG RPG 



177 
184 



6-6 207 
6-5 204 
6-9 243 



6-5 
6-8 



197 
208 



6-9 225 

6-5 206 

6-9 237 

6-3 175 

7-0 225 



Houston, Texos 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
North Olmsted, Ohio 
Morijompole, Lithuania 
Teochey, N.C. 
New Bern, N.C. 
Zarogoza, Spain 
Kinston, N.C. 
Gate City, Va. 
Georgetown, Ky. 
Cottbus, Germany 



3.8 
13.0 
9.2 

13.7 

3.3 

4.7 

49 

9.1 

4.8 



1.4 
2.0 
4.7 

5.5 
2.1 
2.5 
6.9 
2.5 
5.2 



General Information 

Location: Madison, Wise 
Enrollment: 40,610 
Colors: Cardinal, White 
Conference: Big Ten 
Nickname: Badgers 
Founded: 1848 
Home Arena. Kohl Center 
Chancellor David Ward 
Athletic Director: Pat Richler 



17,142) 



Last Year 

1999-2000 Overall Record 2214 
1999-2000 Conference Record 8 8 
1999-2000 Conference Finish: 
1999-2000 Final Rankings: No 16 ESPN/USA 

Today 
1999-2000 Postseason: 4-1, lost to Michigon 
State, 53-41, in notional semifinols 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Justin Doherty 
Office Phone 608-262-1811 
Home Phone 608-663-4780 
E-Mail: imd@athletics.wi5c edu 
Office Fox: 608-262-8184 
Press Row: 608-265-4333 
Radio Ploy-by-Ploy: Matt Lepay 
Flagship Radio Station: WIBA (1310 AM) 

Series Info 

Series Record: Wisconsin leads, 2-0 
Last Meeting: Dec 23, 1932: Wisconsin 22, 
Maryland 13 (at College Park, Md.) 



This Year 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 

Returning Starters: Mike Kelley (Sr., G), Andy Kowske (Sr., F), Maurice Linton (Sr,, F), Mark Vershow 

(Sr., F) 
Other Key Returnees: Roy Boone (Sr., G), Kirk Penney (So., G), Charlie Wills (Jr., F) 
Key Losses: Jon Bryant (G), Duany Duony (G) 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Dick Bennett (Ripon '65) 
Overall Record (Years): 451-257 (24) 
Record at Wisconsin (Years): 91-68 (5) 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone: 608-262-4597 
Assistant Coaches: Brad Soderberg (Wisconsin- 
Stevens Point '85), Shown Hood (Cleveland 
State '88), Tony Bennett (UW-Green Boy '92) 



SOOO-SQOI Schedule 

N21 at Tennessee 

N25 Northern Illinois 

N29 vs. Morylond (ACC/Big Ten 

Challenge, Milwaukee) 

D2 Xovier 

D6 at UW-Green Boy 

D9 Ohio 

Dll UW-Milwoukee 

D14 ot Temple 

D23 at Morquette 

D30 South Florido 

J4 Indiana 

J6 at Minnesota 

J 10 at Purdue 

J 13 at Michigan Stole 



J 16 Iowa 

J24 Ohio State 

J27 Penn State 

J30 Butler 

F3 at Michigan 

F7 Purdue 

FIO at Ohio State 

F13 al Illinois 

F18 Northwestern 

F21 Minnesota 

F24 at Indiana 

F27/M1 Michigan State 

M3/M4 at Iowa 

M8-1 1 at Big Ten Tournament (Chicago) 



SOOO-SQOI 

No. Player 

2 Trovon Davis 

Pete Schmitt 

Maurice Linton 

Ike Ukawuba 

Ricky Bower 

Andy Kowske 



Roster 

Pos. Yr. 



20 Kirk Penney 



Kyle Grusczynksi 

22 Mike Kelley 

24 Freddie Owens 

30 Dove Moder 

32 Roy Boone 

40 Charlie Wills 

50 Mark Vershow 



G 
G 

F 
G 
G 

F 
G 

F 
G 
G 

F/C 
G 

F 

F 



54 Michael Wilkinson F 



Jr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Fr 



Ht. 

5-10 
6-0 
6-8 
6-3 
6-3 
6-8 
6-5 
6-7 
6-3 
6-2 
6-11 
6-3 
6-8 
6-9 
6-8 



Wt. 

180 
160 
210 
175 
185 
230 
205 
200 
190 
180 
240 
195 
230 
235 
205 



Hometown 

Summit, HI. 
St. Charles, HI. 
Calumet City, 111. 
Chicago, ill. 
Meridian, Idaho 
Brookheld, Wise. 
Aukland, New Zealand 
Seymour, Wise. 
Menomonee Falls, Wisc. 
Milwoukee, Wise. 
Appleton, Wise. 
Madison, Wise. 
Angola, Ind. 
East Peoria, 111. 
Blue Mound, Wise. 



PPG 

2.1 
4.5 



9.2 
3.8 



RPG 

1.5 
2.7 



6.2 
1.4 



5.0 2.3 



6.1 
3.7 
11.7 



3.1 
2,6 
4.3 



89 




30^i-Opponents 



"fflVff'M 



2000-0 1 ACC Composite Schedule 



' '! Times Easlem - TV Legend: FSNS denotes Fox Sports 
f South, HIS denotes Home Team Sports; RJ denotes 
.ycom/Jefferson-Pilol; SUN denotes Sunshine Network; 
L SPN-R denotes ESPN Regional; RSN denotes regional 
sports networks consisting ol HTS, fSNS and Sunshine 
Maryland games an Raycam/Jelferson-Pilol ore aired lo- 
cally on WNUV-V/lch. 54, Baltimore}, WDCA-TVlch. 20, 
Washington, D.Q and WHAG-TV (ch. 25, Hagerslownj 

NOVEMBER 

Fridoy, November 1 

Winlhrop at North Carolina, NABC Classic TBA 

Saturday, November 1 1 

North Carolina in NABC Clossic TBA 



Tuesday, November 1 4 

Princeton at Duke m NIT (ESPN) . 



.9:00 



Thursday, November 1 6 

Mt, St. Mary's at Wake Forest, BCA Clossic TBA 

Friday, November 1 7 

Duke in NIT (ESPN) 7:00 

Penn ot NC Stale, CoSIDA Classic 700 

North Corolino ot Appalachian State (FSNS) 7:30 

Hartford at Clemson 7:30 

Florida ot Florida Stale (SUN) 730 

Wofford ot Georgio Tech 7:30 

Long Island at Virginia 7:30 

Woke Forest in BCA Classic TBA 



Saturday, November 1 8 

NC State in CoSIDA Classic. 



.TBA 



Monday, November 20 

Wake Forest ot Richmond (RSN) 730 

Coastal Carolina at Virginia 7:30 

Maryland vs. Louisville, Maui Invilotionol (ESPN) ....9:00 

Tuesday, November 2 1 

Maryland in Maui Invitational (ESPN) TBA 

Selon Hall at Clemson (FSNS) 730 

Charleston Southern at Georgia Tech 7:30 

Wednesday, November 22 

Duke in NIT, Nev* York, N.Y. (ESPN) TBA 

NC Slate vs. Fresno Slate, Hall of Fome Tip-Off 700 

Maryland in Maui Invitational (ESPN) TBA 

Thursdoy, November 23 

Florida Stole vs. Ohio State, 

Greot Alosko Shootout (ESPN-R) TBA 



Friday, November 24 

Florida St. in Greot Alaska Shootout (ESPN) TBA 

Duke in NIT, New York, N.Y. (ESPN) TBA 

Davidson at Georgio Tech 7:00 

Virginio at Virginia Tech (ESPN-R) 730 

Saturday, November 25 

Florida Stole in Great Alo«ko Shootout (ESPN) TBA 

The Citadel ot Clemson (FSNS/SUN) 1:00 

Charleston Southern at NC Stale 7:30 



Campbell at Woke Forest 7:30 

Army at Duke (HTS) 9:00 

Tuesday, November 28 

Wake Forest ol Michigan, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN) 700 

Northwestern at Clemson, 

ACC-Big Ten Chollenge (ESPN2) 730 

Illinois vs. Duke, 

ACC-Big Ten Chollenge, Greensboro (ESPN) 9:00 

Georgia Tech at lowo, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN2) 9:30 

Wednesday, November 29 

Purdue ot Virginia, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN) 700 

North Carolina at Michigan Slate, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN2) 730 

Minnesoto ot Florida Stole, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN-R) 8:00 

Maryland vs. Wisconsin, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge, Milwaukee (ESPN) 9:00 

Penn State at NC State, 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge (ESPN2) 9:30 

DECEMBER 

Saturdoy, December 2 

Western Carolina at Clemson (FSNS/SLJN) 1 :00 

Morylond vs. Michigon, 

BB&T Classic, Washington, DC. (Roycom) 1 :00 

Kentucky at North Carolina (CBS) 3:30 

Georgia Tech vs. LICIA, Anaheim, Colif 5:00 

Duke ol Temple, First Union Center (ESPN) 700 

South Corolino Slate ot Woke Forest 7:30 

NC Slate at Old Dominion 735 



Sunday, December 3 

Moryland in BB&T Classic (Roycom) 



.3:00 



Monday, December 4 

Miami (Flo.) at North Carolina (ESPN2) 7:00 

Virginia at VMI (FSNS-HTS) 730 

Furmon ol Florida Stale (SUN) 8:00 

Tuesday, December 5 

Davidson ot Duke (FSNS-HTS) 700 

Winlhrop at Clemson 7:30 

UNC-Greensboro at NC Stole 730 

Wednesday, December 6 

Georgia ot Georgia Tech (Rj) 8:00 

Stony Brook ol Moryland 8:00 

Thursday, December 7 

South Florida at Florida Stale 7:00 

Kansas at Woke Forest (ESPN) 700 

Saturday, December 9 

Kentucky vs Georgio Tech, 

Dello Classic, Philips Arena (ESPN) Noon 

Georgio vs, NC State, 

Delta Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (FSNS-HTS) 2:30 

Florida Slate at Vanderbilt (FSNS-SUN) 5:00 

Clemson at South Caroline (FSNSSUN) 7:00 



Maryland at Penn (HTS/Comcasi) 730 

North Corolino at Texas A&M, 

Houstan, Texos (FSNS) 9:00 

Michigan at Duke (ESPN) 9:00 

Wednesday, December 1 3 

UMBC at Maryland 8:00 

Saturday, December 1 6 

New Hampshire at NC Stale 2:00 

Wofford ol Clemson 4:00 

Georgta at Woke Forest (R)) 8:00 

Sunday, December 1 7 

Jacksonville at Florida Slate (SUN) 1:00 

Buffalo at North Carolina (RJ) 1 30 

Monday, December 1 8 

Radford ot Woke Forest (FSNS) 730 

Georgia Tech vs. Idaho Stole, Stanford Invitational 11:30 

Tuesday, December 1 9 

Georgio Tech in Stanford Invitational TBA 

Tennessee vs. Virginia, Jimmy V Clossic, 

The Meadowlonds (ESPN) 7:00 

Florido Stole at Cleveland State (SUN) 8:00 

Duke at Portland 10:00 

Wednesday, December 20 

Clemson vs. Florido Atlontic, 

Puerto Rico Holiday Clossic TBA 

Thursday, December 2 1 

Binghomton at Florido Stole 7:00 

Woke Forest at Temple (ESPN) 700 

Duke vs. Stanford, Oakland, Calif, (FSN-HTS) 9:00 

Clemson in Puerto Rico Holiday Clossic TBA 

Friday, December 22 

UNC-Asheville ot NC Stale (HTS) 730 

Clemson in Puerto Rico Holidoy Classic TBA 

Saturday, December 23 

Norfolk Stole at Maryland (HTS) 1:30 

North Corolino ot UCLA (CBS) 4:00 

UMBC at Virginia (HTS) 4:00 

Morgan Stole at Georgia Tech 7:00 

Wednesday, December 27 

Chicago Slate at Maryland 8:00 

Thursday, December 28 

Chorleston Southern ot Clemson 7:30 

Horvord ot Georgia Tech 7:30 

Bucknell at Virginia 7:30 

Friday, December 29 

Novy at Wake Forest (FSNS) 700 

North Carolina vs. Massachusetts, 

Roycom Tournament, Charlotte, NC. (Raycom) 9:00 



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Saturday, December 30 

North Carolina A&T at Duke (RJ) 

UMES at Maryland (HTS) 

Morgan State at Florido State (SUN) 

Cal-Poly at NC State 

Clemson at Coastal Carolina, Myrtle Beach 

Virginia at Dartmouth 

North Carolina in Raycom Tournament (Raycom) 

JANUARY 

Tuesday, January 2 

Virginia at Wake Forest (RSN) 

Maryland at Clemson (RJ Split) 

North Carolina at Georgia Tech (RJ Split) 



.1:30 
J:30 
.2:00 
.2:00 
.3:00 
.7:00 
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.7:00 
.8:00 
.8:00 



Thursday, January 4 

Duke at Florida State (ESPN2) . 



.700 



Saturday, January 6 

Georgia Tech at Maryland (RJ) 

UNCA at Florida State (SUN) 

NC State at Virginia (RJ) 

Woke Forest at North Carolina (ESPN) . 

Sunday, January 7 

Clemson at Duke (RJ) 



.1:30 
.2:00 
.8:00 
.9:00 



Tuesday, January 9 

Georgia Tech at Virginia (RJ Split) 

Florida State at Woke Forest (RJ Split) . 



:30 



i:00 
i:00 



Wednesday, January 1 

North Carolina at Maryland (ESPN) 700 

Duke at NC State (ESPN) 9:00 

Saturday, January 1 3 

Marquette at North Carolina (ABC) 1:00 

Virginia at Duke (ABC) 3:30 

NC State at Clemson (RJ) 4:00 

Woke Forest at Georgia Tech (RJ) 8:00 



Sunday, January 14 

Maryland at Florida State (RJ) 



:30 



Tuesday, January 1 6 

Boston College at Duke (ESPN2) 7:30 

Georgia Tech at NC State (RJ Split) 8:00 

Florida State at Virginia (RJ Split) 8:00 

Wednesday, Janua^ 1 7 

Clemson at North Carolina (ESPN) 700 

Wake Forest at Maryland (ESPN) 9:00 

Saturday, January 20 

Duke at Georgia Tech (ESPN) Noon 

Missouri at Virginia (ABC) 2:00 

North Carolina at Florida State (RJ| 4:00 

Sunday, January 21 

Clemson at Wake Forest (RJ) 1 :30 

Maryland at NC State (ABC) 3:30 



Wednesday, Jonuary 24 

Georgia Tech at Clemson 7:00 

Virginia at North Carolina (ESPN) 7:00 

Woke Forest at Duke (RJ) 9:00 



Thursday, January 25 

NC State at Florida State (ESPN2) . 



.700 



Saturday, January 27 

Florida State at Georgia Tech (RSN) Noon 

Wake Forest at Cincinnati (ABC) 1 :00 

Virginia at Clemson (RJ) 4:00 

Duke at Maryland (ESPN) 8:00 



Sunday, January 28 

North Carolina at NC State (RJ/ESPN2) . 



.1:30 



Wednesday, January 3 1 

Clemson at Florida State 7:00 

NC State at Wake Forest (ESPN) 7:00 

Maryland at Virginia (ESPN) 9:00 



FEBRUARY 

Thursday, February 1 

North Carolina at Duke (RJ/ESPN2) . 



.9:00 



Saturday, February 3 

Syracuse at NC State (CBS) 1 :00 

Georgia Tech at North Carolina (RJ) 4:00 

Woke Forest at Virginia (RJ) 8:00 

Sunday, February 4 

Florida State at Duke (RJ Split) 1:00 

Clemson at Maryland (RJ Split) 1 :00 



Tuesday, February 6 

Maryland at Georgia Tech (RSN) ... 
North Carolina at Wake Forest (RJ) . 



.7:00 
.9:00 



Wednesday, February 7 

Virginia at NC State (ESPN) 7:00 

Duke at Clemson (ESPN) 9:00 

Saturday, February 1 

Woke Forest at Florida State (RSN) Noon 

Maryland at North Carolina (CBS) 1 :00 

NC State at Duke (ABC) 3:30 



Sunday, February 1 1 

Virginia at Georgia Tech (RJ) . 



:30 



Wednesday, February 1 4 

Duke at Virginia (ESPN) 700 

Georgia Tech at Woke Forest 7:30 

Clemson at NC State (RJ Split) 9:00 

Florida State at Maryland (RJ Split) 9:00 

Saturday, February 1 7 

Maryland at Wake Forest (RJ/ESPN2) 130 

Virginia at Florida State (RJ Split) 4:00 

NC State at Georgia Tech (RJ Split) 4:00 



Sunday, February 1 8 

Duke at St. Johns, Madison Square Garden (CBS) Noon 
North Carolina at Clemson (RJ) 4:00 



Tuesday, February 20 

NC State at Maryland (RJ). 



i:00 



Wednesday, February 2 1 

Woke Forest at Clemson 

Georgia Tech at Duke (ESPN) . 



.7:00 
.7:00 



Thursday, February 22 

Florida State at North Carolina (RJ) 8:00 

Soturday, February 24 

Duke at Wake Forest (CBS) 1 :00 

Oklohoma at Maryland (ABC) 3:30 

Sunday, February 25 

North Carolina at Virginia (RJ) 1:30 

Clemson at Georgia Tech (RJ Split) 4:00 

Florida State at NC State (RJ Split) 4:00 

Tuesday, February 27 

Maryland at Duke (Rl) 8:00 

Wednesday, February 28 

Georgia Tech at Florida State 7:00 

Clemson at Virginia (RSN) 700 

NC State at North Carolina (ESPN) 9:00 

MARCH 

Soturday, March 3 

Florida State at Clemson (RSN) Noon 

Virginia at Maryland (CBS) 2:00 

Sunday, March 4 

Woke Forest at NC State (RJ) 1 :30 

Duke at North Carolina (ABC) 3:30 

500 I ACC TOURNAMENT 
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The Georgia Ddme, Atlanta, CA 
Thursday, March 8 

Seed #8 vs. Seed #9 (ESPN) 700 



Friday, March 9 

Seed #1 vs. 8/9 winner (RJ-ESPN) Noon 

Seed #4 vs. Seed #5 (RJ-ESPN) 2:30 

Seed #2 vs. Seed #7 (RJ-ESPN2) 7:00 

Seed #3 vs. Seed #6 (RJ) 9:30 

Saturday, March 1 

1/8&9 winner vs. 4/5 winner (RJ-ESPN) 1 :30 

2/7 winner vs. 3/6 winner (RJ-ESPN) 4:00 



Sunday, March 1 1 

Championship Game (RJ-ESPN) . 



.1:00 



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Seed #1 



Seed #8 


March 9, Noon 
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March 10. 
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Seed #4 






Seed #9 








March 9, 2:30 p.m. 
RJ-ESPN 














Seed #5 
Seed #2 


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Mar /;, 
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March 9, 7:00 p.m. 
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Terps Play In Seventh Consecutive 
NCAA Tournament 

The Maryland men's basketball team finished with 
a 25-10 overoll record, played in its seventh consecutive 
NCAA Tournament, finished in second place in the ACC 
with an 11-5 record, advanced to the ACC Tournament 
championship game and finished the season ranked 17th 
and 25th in the final AP and ESPN/USA Today polls of 
the season, respectively. It marked the third consecutive 
season that Maryland has been ranked in the final AP 
poll of the season. 

Maryland's 25 victories marked the fourth consecu- 
tive season that the team had won at least 20 games. It 
marked the first time since the 1973, 1974, 1975 and 
1976 seasons (and only the third time in school historyl 
that the Terps had won ot least 20 games in four consecu- 
tive years. Gary Williams, the runner-up for ACC Coach 
of the Year honors, has led the Terps to on overage of 
23.8 victories in the lost four seasons. 

The Terps' 25 victories and second ploce finish in 
the ACC stondings earned Morylond its school-record 
seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. The 
Terps were the No. 3 seed in the Midwest Region of the 
tournament. It marked the third consecutive season that 
the Terps have earned a No. 5 seed or higher. Maryland 
defeated lono, 74-59, and advanced at leost as far as 
the second round for the fifth time in the last seven sea- 
sons. 

The Terps were ranked in both of the final polls for 
the third consecutive season. That is the Terps' longest 
streok since a five-year run from 1972 through 1976. 

Maryland was also well represented individually fol- 
lowing the season. Sophomore Juan Dixon (Baltimore, 
Md.) eorned honorable mention All-America and AII-ACC 
first-team honors; sophomore Lonny Baxter (Silver Spring, 
Md.) earned AII-ACC first-team honors; junior Terence 
Morris (Frederick, Md.] was an honorable mention All- 
America ond AII-ACC second-team selection, and Steve 
Blake (Miami Lokes, Fla.) was an ACC All-Freshman and 
honorable mention AII-ACC selection. 





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Maryland finished the season ranked No. 1 7 in the 
final Associoted Press poll and No. 25 in the finol ESPN/ 
USA Today poll of the season. The Terps were ranked 
among the notion's top 25 teams in the AP poll during the 
finol 17 weeks of the regular season. Morylond has been 
ranked in 36 of the lost 37 regular season polls dating to 
March 2, 1997 

25 Victories Among School Best 

Maryland's 25 victories during the 1999-00 sea- 
son are tied for the fourth highest victory totol in school 
history. The Terps, under head coach Gary Wlllioms, es- 
tablished the school record for victories m a season with 
28 during the 1998-99 season and are averaging 26.5 
victories in the last two seasons. 

Single-Season Victory Leaden 



Rk. 


Season 


Record 


1, 


1998-99 


28^5 


2. 


1971-72 


27-5 


3. 


1994-95 


26-8 


T4. 


1999-00 


25-10 




1984-85 


25-12 



Consecutive Double-Figure Wins 

Maryland averaged 11.3 ACC victories per season 
the last three years. The Terps won 11 games this post 
season, 13 gomes in 1998-99 ond 10 games during the 
1997-98 season It marks the most combined ACC victo- 
ries in o three-year span in school history. It also marks 
the first time a Morylond team has won double-digit ACC 
gomes in three consecutive seasons. 



Season 


ACC Record 


Overall Record 


1999-00 


11-5 


25-10 


1998-99 


13-3 


28-6 


1997-98 


10-6 


22-11 



ACC Tournament Finals 

Maryland advanced to the championship finals of 
the 2000 ACC Tournoment. It marked the first time dur- 
ing head coach Gary Williams' 1 1 -year tenure at Mary- 
land that the Terps had advanced to the championship 
gome of the tournoment. 

Best Seven- Year Span 

Maryland has recorded a cumulative record of 71 - 
41 (63.4 winning percentage) in the ACC in the last seven 
regular seasons. The Terps' 71 victories is their best-ever 
in ony seven-yeor span. 

Terps' ACC Record In Last Seven Years 
Seoson ACC Record 

11-5 

13-3 

10-6 

9-7 



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1999 
1998 
1997 
1996 
1995 
1994 
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Terps' ACC Finish 

Maryland finished in second ploce in the ACC stond- 
iiigs during the 1999-00 seoson. It marked the first time 
since the 1974-75 (1st) and 1975-76 (2nd) seasons that 
the Terps have finished in second place or higher in the 
league stondings in consecutive seasons. It marks only 
the third time in school history that Morylond has finished 
second or higher in bock-to-back years. 

Top Consecutive ACC Finishes 

Years Places 

1973-74/74-75 T2/1 

1974-75/75-,76 1/2 

1998-99/99-00 2/2 

Terrs In The ACC's Top Half 

Morylond finished in second place in the ACC stand- 
ings during the 1999-00 season, and has finished in the 
upper half of the conference standings for o school-record 
seven consecutive seosons. The Terps hove finished fourth 
_ or higher in the league standings each year since 1994. 
The 1999-00 Terps surpassed the previous best consecu- 
tive-year record of six, established from 1972 through 
1977 

Terps' ACC Streak 

Maryland won a single-season school record nine 
consecutive conference gomes from Jon. 9 through March 
1 in 2000. The Terps won school-record 11 consecutive 
ACC games during the 1973-74 and 1974-75 seasons. 

Williams' Totals Increasing 

Head coach Gary Williams won his 89th career 
ACC regular season game as Maryland defeated Florido 
State on Morch 1. Williams has directed the Terps to 
victories in 34 of their last 48 conference games (70.8 
winning percentoge). In addition, Williams hos led the 
Terps to more thon twice as many conference wins in the 
last five years as the team won during the first five yeors of 
his tenure in College Pork, 



Gory Williams' ACC Record 






Years Games 


W 


L 


Pd. 


1990-94 76 


26 


50 


34.2 


1995-00 96 


63 


33 


656 


Totals 1 72 


89 


83 


51.7 



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Williams I 0th In ACC History 

Head coach Gary Williams ranks lOlh in ACC his- 
tory with 217 victories at a conference institution. He is 
one of only three active conference coaches ranked in 
the lop 10. 



Top ACC Coaches 




Rk. 


Coach, School 


Victories 


1. 


Dean Smith, North Carolina 


879 


2. 


Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


494 


3. 


Bobby Cremins, Go. Tech 


354 


4. 


Lefty Driesell, Maryland 


348 


5. 


Terry Holland, Virginia 


326 


6. 


Norm Sloan, NC State 


266 


7 


Frank McGuire, No. Carolina & So. Coro 


no 264 


8 


Carl Tacy, Woke Forest 


222 


9, 


Dave Odom, Woke Forest 


221 


10. 


Gory Williams, Maryland 


217 



Terps Establish Blocks Record 

Maryland blocked a single-season school record 
235 shots last season. The Terps' 235 blocked shots is 
tied for the second-highest total in ACC history. 

Assists Total Is Second Highest 

Maryland was credited with 667 assists (19.1 as- 
sists per ganne). The Terps' total ranks as the second-high- 
est total in school history and came within eight assists of 
breoking the school record set during the 1998-99 sea- 
son (674). 

In The ACC Statistics 

Maryland led the ACC in field goal percentage 
defense with a 40.2 mark. The Terps have ranked among 
the ACC's top four teams during each of the last five sea- 
sons. 

Maryland led the ACC in blocked shots with 235 
for a 6.7 blocked shots per game overage. The Terps 
have ranked among the ACC's top two teams in each of 
the last three seasons. 

Maryland led the ACC in steals with 355 for a 10.1 
steals per gome average. The Terps have led the league 
in each of the last three seasons and have been among 
the top two in six of the last seven seasons. 

Maryland's Starting Five 

Terp starters accumulated 299 steals which was 
more than the entire team totals of NC State (279), Vir- 
ginia (272], Woke Forest (203], Georgia Tech (196), 
North Carolina (193), Florida State (153) and Clemson 
(146). 

They accumulated 182 blocked shots which was 
more than the entire team totals of North Carolina ( 1 60), 
Georgia Tech ( 147), NC State (135), Wake Forest (125) 
Florida State (120), Virginia (95) and Clemson (90]. 

The Terps' starting five returns completely intact for 
the 2000-01 season. 

The Lineup Story 

As has been Gary Williams' tendency throughout 
his tenure at Maryland, the Terps utilized only four differ- 
ent starling lineups during the 1999-00 season. Williams' 
rotation changed only because of injury (three times) or 
senior night on March 1, when Malt Hahn gained his first 



career start. Freshman Tahj Holden was inserted into the 
starting lineup each time Williams mode a change be- 
cause of injury. Maryland's starting five of Danny Miller 
and Terence Morris at forward, Lenny Baxter at center 
and Juan Dixon and Steve Blake at the guard spots started 
31 of Maryland's 35 gomes. 

Terps Play 35 Games 

Maryland played a near school-record 35 gomes 
during the 1999-00 season. The school record for gomes 
played is 37 during the 1985 season. The Terps fash- 
ioned a 25-12 record and advanced to the "Sweet 16" of 
the NCAA Tournament that season. Maryland has played 
69 games in the lost two seasons and has a record of 53- 
16 for a winning percentage of 76.8 percent. 

Terps From The 3-PaiNT Arc 

Maryland has hit at least one 3-poinl shot in each 
of the last 164 gomes dating to March 18, 1995. The 
Terps hove made at least one 3-point shot in every gome 
during the lost hve complete seasons. 

Three Players Above I 5.0 PPG 

Sophomore Juan Dixon (IS.Oppg) led a trio of Terps 
with scoring overages above 15.0 points per game. Dixon 
was followed by junior Terence Morris (15.8 ppg) and 
sophomore Lenny Baxter (15.6 ppg). It marked only the 
second time in school history that three or more players 
had averaged 15.0 points per gome or more for a single 
season. 

Three Or More Players Above 15.0 PPG 
Year Player (PPG) 

1999-00 Juan Dixon (18.0], Terence Morris (15.8), 

Lonny Baxter (15.0) 
1979-80 Albert King (21.7), Greg Manning (15.7), 

Ernie Graham (15.6), Buck Williams (15.5) 




Longest Streak Continues Into 
2000 

It has been more than a decade since Maryland 
lost non-conference home gome. Maryland has won a 
nolion's-best 71 consecutive non-conference home gomes 
in Cole Field House entering the 2000-01 season. The 
Terps' current streak began on Dec. 30, 1989 with a vic- 
tory over Alcorn Stole. The last time the Terps were not 
successful vs. a non-conference team in Cole Field House 
was Dec. 12, 1989 against Coppin Slate. 

Morris In The ACC Rankings 

All-America forward Terence Morris led the ACC in 
two different statistical categories against league opposi- 
tion. Morris recorded on ACC-leoding seven double- 
doubles and a 9.0 rebounds per gome average in 15 
conference gomes lost season. 



Morris h The ACC Statistics 
Category 

Double-Doubles (ACC Gomes) 
Double-Doubles (All Gomes) 
Rebounds (ACC Games) 
Rebounds (All Gomes) 
Scoring (ACC Games) 
Scoring (All Games) 
Blocked Shots (ACC Gomes] 
Blocked Shots (All Games] 
Steals (ACC Games) 
Steals [All Games) 



Morris On The Career Charts 

Terence Morris is ranked in the top 20 in six of 
Maryland's career statistical categories. 



Total 


ACC Rank 


7 


1 


12 


2 


9.0 


1 


8.6 


3 


15.0 


13 


15.8 


7 


1.8 


5 


2.1 


4 


1.9 


5 


1.6 


9 



Morris on The Terps' Career Lists 




Cotegory Total 


Rank 


Blocks 177 


5 


Steals 130 


10 


3 Point FGM 75 


10 


3 Point FGA 209 


10 


Rebounds 648 


16 


Scoring 1,294 


19 



Dixon In The ACC Statistics 

All-ACC first-team selection Juan Dixen ranked 
among the top six in four different ACC statistical catego- 
ries during the 1999-2000 season. He averaged career- 
best numbers in scoring (18.0 ppg], assists (3.6 opg) and 
steals (2.7 spg) while shooting nearly 80.0 percent from 
the free throw line for the second consecutive season. 

Maryland's Chief Thief 

Juan Dixen wos credited with a career-high 96 steals 
during the 1999-2000 season. His 96 steals rank as the 
second-highest single-season total in school history, and 
the most by a Terp sophomore. His 146 career thefts 
rank seventh on the Terps' career chart. 



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Overall: 25-10 ACQ 1 1-5 


Home: I 5- 1 Away: ^-5 Neutral: B-t 






Date Rankings Opponent 


ResultAft. Overoll ACC Points Rebounds 


Assists 




N17 / [rv/rv] Son Francisco 


W 


7161 14,317 1-0 -- Dixon 20 


Boxter, Morris 9 


Bloke 6 


N19 / [rv/rv] Tubne 


w 


78-70 14,500 2-0 -- Dixon 25 


Baxter 8 


Bloke 11 


N22 [22/24] Foirleigh Dickinson 


w 


104-45 13,724 3-0 -- Nicholas 27 


Baxter 8 


Miller 8 


N24 2 [22/24] [10/11] vs. Kentucky 


L 


58-61 10,762 3-1 -- Morris 25 


Dixon 11 


Bloke 7 


N26 2 [22/24] [rv/rv] vs. Notre Dome 


W 


72-67 12.000 4-1 -- Baxter 17 


Boxter 14 


Morris 6 


N30 3 [23/24] [-/rv] vs. Iowa 


W 


83-65 12,310 5-1 -- Morris 20 


Baxter 10 


Bloke, Miller 7 


D4 4 [23/24] [16/16] vs. Illinois 


W 


69-67 13,536 6-1 -- Morris 21 


Baxter 12 


Bloke 11 


D5 4 [23/24] vs. Geo Washington 


L 


69-74 13,703 6-2 -- Baxter 21 


Baxter 9 


Bloke, Dixon 6 


07 [19/21] Winthrop 


W 


76-65 ol 10,107 7-2 -- Morris 19 


Morris 14 


Bloke 5 


Dll [19/21] [22/23] Kentucky 


W 


72-66 14,500 8-2 -- Morris 22 


Morris 9 


Miller 6 


D27 [16/14] George Mason 


W 


69-66 14,500 9-2 -- Baxter, Morris 20 


Baxter 13 


Morris 5 


D30 [16/14] UMBC 


w 


82-52 14,500 10-2 -- Morris 17 


Baxter, Morris 9 


Dixon 5 


J2 [16/14] Coostol Carolina 


w 


100-48 14,402 11-2 -- Dixon 18 


Morris 13 


Blake 7 


J6 


[15/12] [-Av] aiNC State 


L 


66-68 19,525 11-3 0-1 Morris 20 


Morris 12 


Bloke 9 


J9 


[15/12] [7/9] Duke 


I 


70-80 14,500 11-4 0-2 Morris 18 


Baxter 16 


Bloke 8 


J15 


[16/18] at Georgia Tech 


L 


68-69 7,892 11-5 0-3 Dixon 31 


Morris 9 


Bloke 8 


J19 


[16/18] [rv/rv] Wake Forest 


W 


71-53 14,319 12-5 1-3 Baxter, Dixon 1 8 


Dixon 8 


Blake 7 


J22 


[rv/24] Clemson 


W 


74-62 14,500 13-5 2-3 Dixon 18 


Holden 10 


Bloke 7 


127 


[21/22] [rv/rv] at North Carolina 


L 


63-75 15,455 13-6 2-4 Dixon 22 


Morris 10 


Bloke 9 


J29 


[21/22] at Florida State 


W 


82-63 5,534 14-6 3-4 Baxter 24 


Morris 8 


Bloke 7 


F2 


[21/25] [rv/rv] Virginia 


W 


91-79 14,500 15-6 4-4 Baxter 24 


Morris 11 


Bloke, Dixon 6 


F6 


[21/25] [22/rv] NC State 


w 


78-73 14,500 16-6 5-4 Baxter 31 


Baxter, Morris IC 


Bloke 8 


F9 


[22/23] [3/3] at Duke 


W 


98-87 9,314 17-6 6-4 Dixon 31 


Morris 12 


Baxter 6 


F13 


[22/23] [19/19] atTemple 


L 


65-73 10,206 17-7 6-4 Dixon 21 


Morris 12 


Bloke 7 


F16 


[22/22] Georgia Tech 


W 


92-70 14,500 18-7 7-4 Dixon 33 


Baxter 12 


Dixon 7 


F19 


[22/22] at Wake Forest 


w 


73-67 12,415 19-7 8-4 Dixon 20 


Boxter 8 


Bloke 9 


F22 


[19/19] atClerrson 


w 


76-63 8,000 20-7 9-4 Baxter 25 


Baxter 9 


Bloke 6 


F26 


[19/19] [rv/rv] North Carolina 


w 


81-73 14,500 21-7 10-4 Dixon 23 


Baxter, Morris 9 


Bloke 5 


Ml 


[19/17] Florida State 


w 


85-70 14,500 22-7 11-4 Baxter, Morris 21 


Morris 11 


Bloke 10 


M4 


[19/17] [-/rv] atVirginia 


L 


87-89 ot 8,457 22-8 11-5 Miller 20 


Three tied with 6 


Blake 6 


MIO 5 [19/20] vs. Florida State 


W 


82-61 23,895 23-8 -- Baxter 24 


Baxter 10 


Dixon 8 


Mil 5 [19/20] vs. NC State 


W 


64-61 23,895 24-8 -- Dixon 21 


Morris 11 


Bloke 8 


M12 5 [19/20] [2/3] vs. Duke 


L 


68-81 23,895 24-9 -- Dixon 19 


Morris 11 


Bloke 3 


M16 (5 [16/17] vs. lona 


W 


74-59 20,127 25-9 -- Morris 22 


Morris 12 


Dixon 7 


M18 6 [16/17] [rv/rv] vs. UCIA 


L 


70-105 26,358 25-10 -- Baxter 22 


Baxter 10 


Bloke 6 


Maryland and opponent rankings in bradtels [ESPN4JSA Today/AP] 






' • Atlantic Coast Conference games 










1 ■ Preseason NIT at College Park, Md (Cole Field House! 

2 - Preseason Nli at New York, N, Y. {Madison Square Cardenj 

3 - ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena] 

4 ■ B8S.T Classic at Washington, DC. (MCI Center) 

5 ■ ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC. (Charlotte Coliseum] 

6 • NCAA Tournament at Minneapolis, Minn. (Metrodome] 














Records with Various Starting Lineups 




F Miller F Morns C Ba,«ier G Dlkofi G Blate 21-10 
WINS: San Francisco (1 1-17], Tulane (1 1-19], Foirleigh Dickinson (1 1-22], Notre Dame (1 1-26], 
Iowa (1 1-301, Illinois (12-4], Winthrop (12-7}, Kentucky (12-1 1], George Mason (I2-27J, UMBC 
(12-30], Coastal Carolina (1-2], Wake Forest (1-19], Florida St. (1-29], Virginia, (2-2), Duke (2-9], 








Georgia Tech (2-16], Wake Forest (2-19], Clemson (2/22], North Carolina (2-26], Florida St. (3- 










1 0], NC State (3-11] LOSSES: Kentucky ( 1 1-24], George Washington ( 1 2-5], NC State (1-6], Duke 










(1-9], GeorgioTech (1-15], North Carolina (1-26], Temple (2-13], Virginia (3-4], Duke (3-1 2], UCLA 










(3-18] 

F Miller F Holden C Baxter 
WINS: Clemson (1-22) 


G Dixon 


G Bloke 1-0 




1 999-2000 Attendance Figures 


Overt 


)ll 503,648 Overall Average 




...14,390(35) 
.... 12,321 (16) 




ACC 197142 ACC 


Home 226,369 Home Average . 

ACC 110,550 ACC 




14,148 |16) 

13,819(81 


F Morris F Holden C Baxter 
WINS: NC State (2-6] 


G Dixon 


G Miller 1-0 




Away 96,798 Away Average .. 

ACC 86,592 ACC 




10,755(9) 


f Miller F Morris C Baxter 
WINS: Florida State (3-1 j 


G Dixon 


GHahn 1-0 






10,824(8) 


Neutr 


al 1 80,481 Neutral Average 




.... 18,048(10) 


F Morris F hlolden C Baxter 
WINS: lona 13-16] 


G Dixon 


G Bloke 1-0 








^/j/U^AiDHT w^^^HHH 





96 




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ZOaO'OI MAR 




1 999-2000 Men's Basketball Statistics - All Games 



Overall: 25- 

No. Player 

3 Juan Dixon 

44 Terence Morris 
35 Lonny Baxter 
15 Danny Miller 
25 Steve Blake 

12 Drew Nicholas 

45 Tahj Holden 

33 Mike Mardesich 
21 LoRon Cephas 

11 Calvin McColl 

20 Matt Hahn 

4 Earl Badu 
feom 

MARYLAND 
OPPONENTS 

Per-Gome Averages 
No. Player 

3 Juan Dixon 

44 Terence Morris 
35 Lonny Baxter 
15 Danny Miller 
25 Steve Bloke 

12 Drew Nicholas 

45 Tohj Holden 

33 Mike Mardesich 

21 LoRon Cephas 
11 Calvin McCall 
20 Matt Hahn 

4 Earl Badu 
MARYLAND 
OPPONENTS 





&GS 

35-35 

34-34 

35-35 

34-34 

35-33 

35-0 

35-3 

35-0 

14-0 

13-0 

13-1 

4-0 

35 
35 



G 

35 
34 
35 



ACC: I 

Min-Avg 

1190-34,0 

1103-32,4 

970-27.7 

1048-30.8 

1115-31.9 

551-15.7 

431-12.3 

457-13.1 

74-5.3 

72-5.5 

35-2.7 

4-1.0 



-5 
FG-FGA 

234-506 

200-406 

218-409 

111-247 

86-211 

64-152 

32-74 

40-94 

9-23 

5-22 

2-7 

0-0 



Home: 

Pd 
.462 
.493 
,533 
.449 
.408 
.421 
.432 
.426 
.391 
.227 
.286 
,000 



15-1 

3P-3PA 

49-135 

35-96 

0-0 

34-95 

37-102 

31-92 

9-19 

0-0 

0-2 

0-8 

0-4 

0-0 



Away: 

Pet FT-FTA 

.363 113-143 
.365 102-134 



,000 
,358 
,363 
,337 
.474 
,000 
,000 
,000 
.000 
.000 



111-187 

34-52 

35-51 

18-29 

43-64 

15-24 

3-7 

4-7 

8-12 

0-0 



1-5 

Pet 

.790 
,761 
,594 
.654 
.686 
.621 
.672 
,625 
.429 
.571 
,667 
,000 



Neutral: B-^ 



7050 1001-2151 
7050 844-2098 



.465 195-553 
.402 218-659 



.353 486-710 .685 
.331 48a705 .681 



Off-Def 

76-116 

93-200 

126-182 

30-69 

17-89 

9-29 

20-49 

36-64 

4-15 

6-4 

1-2 

0-1 

418-820 
494-802 



Tot.- Avg 

192- 5 5 

293- 8,6 

308- 8,8 

99- 2,9 

106- 3.0 

38- 

69- 

100- 

19- 

10- 

3- 

1- 

116 

1354-38.7 

1 296-37.0 



1,1 

2.0 

2.9 

1.4 

.8 

.2 

.3 



PF-D 

76-0 

89-4 

118-4 

88-3 

81-0 

47-0 

61-2 

59-0 

10-0 

5-0 

3-0 

0-0 

637 
650 



AT 

127 
80 
31 
92 

217 

50 

34 

19 





TO 

130 

97 

64 

61 

127 

31 

7 

35 

2 



BL ST 

10 96 

71 53 

79 34 



11 6 

6 4 

1 

5 

667 570 

491 655 



FG FGA 

6.7 14.5 

5.9 11.9 

6.2 11.7 



34 3.3 

35 2,5 
35 1,8 
35 0,9 



73 
6.0 
4.3 
2.1 



35 1.1 2,7 

14 0,6 1,6 

13 0.4 17 

13 0.2 0.5 

4 0.0 0.0 

35 28.6 61.5 

35 24.1 59.9 



3P 

1.4 
1.0 
0.0 
1.0 
1.1 
0.9 
0.3 
0.0 
0.0 
0,0 
0,0 
0,0 
5.6 
6.2 



3 PA 

3.9 
2.8 
0.0 
2.8 
2.9 
2.6 
0.5 
0.0 
0.1 
0.6 
0.3 
0.0 
15.8 
18.8 



FT 
3.2 
3.0 
3.2 

1.0 

10 
0.5 

1.2 
0.4 
0.2 
0.3 
0.6 
0.0 
13.9 
13.7 



FTA 

4,1 
3,9 
5,3 
1.5 
1,5 
0,8 
1,8 
0,7 
0.5 
0,5 
0,9 
0,0 
20.3 
20.1 



AT 
3,6 
2,4 
0,9 
2,7 
6,2 
1.4 
1.0 
0,5 
0,0 
0,8 
0,5 
0.0 
19.1 
14.0 



TO 

3,7 
2,9 
1,8 
1,8 
3.6 
0,9 
0.2 
1.0 
0.1 
0.5 
0.3 
0.3 
16.3 
18.7 



BS 

0,3 
2,1 
2,3 
0,4 
0,3 
0,1 
0,7 
0.6 
0.1 
0,0 
0,0 
0,0 
6.7 
4.0 



ST 

2.7 
1.6 
10 
1,3 
2.0 
0.5 
0.5 
0.4 
0.1 
0.4 
0.2 
0,0 
10.1 
8.4 



Score by Helves 1 

Maryland 1336 

Opponents 1122 

Deodball Rebounds 

Maryland 100 

Opponents 103 



2 

1322 
1248 



1 999-2000 Men's Basketball Statistics - ACC Games 



No. Player 

3 Juan Dixon 
35 Lonny Boxter 

44 Terence Morris 
15 Donny Miller 
25 Steve Bloke 

45 Tahj Holden 
12 Drew Nicholas 
33 Mike Mardesich 
21 LoRon Cephas 

20 Matt Hahn 

11 Calvin McCall 

4 Earl Bodu 
Team 

MARYL^ND 
OPPONENTS 

Per-GatJie Averages 
No. Player 

3 Juan Dixon 
35 Lonny Boxter 

44 Terence Morris 
15 Danny Miller 
25 Steve Bloke 

45 Tohj Holden 

12 Drew Nicholos 
33 Mike Mardesich 

21 LoRon Cephas 
20 Matt Hahn 

11 Colvin McCall 

4 Eorl Badu 
MARYLAND 
OPPONENTS 



&GS 

16-16 

16-16 

15-15 

16-16 

16-14 

16-2 

16-0 

16-0 

6-0 

5-1 

8-0 

1-0 

16 
16 



G 

16 

16 

15 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

6 

5 

8 

1 

16 

16 



Min-Avg 

557-34,8 

433-271 

481-32,1 

527-32,9 

529-33,1 

228-14,3 

197-12,3 

201-12,6 

24-4,0 

14-2,8 

33-4,1 

1-1,0 

3225 
3225 



FG-FGA 

116-240 

111-206 

82-188 

60-125 

43-97 

22-46 

19-50 

17-47 

2-5 

1-4 

2-9 

0-0 

475-1017 
392-957 



Pet 3P-3PA Pet 

483 26-58 ,448 

0-0 ,000 

19-51 ,373 

17-44 .386 

18-47 .383 

5-11 .455 

9-28 .321 

0-0 ,000 



.539 
.436 
.480 
.443 
.478 
,380 
,362 
.400 
.250 
,222 
,000 

.467 
.410 



0-0 ,000 

0-2 ,000 

0-2 ,000 

0-0 .000 



94-243 
98-279 



FG 
73 
6,9 
5,5 
3,8 
2.7 
1.4 
1.2 
1,1 
0,3 
0,2 
0,3 
0,0 
29.7 
24.5 



FGA 

15.0 

12,9 

12,5 

78 

6,1 

2,9 

3.1 

2.9 

0.8 

0,8 

1,1 

0,0 

63.6 

59.8 



3P 

1.6 
0,0 
1.3 
1.1 
1,1 
0,3 
0.6 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0,0 
0.0 
5.9 
6.1 



3 PA 

3.6 
0.0 
3.4 
2.8 
2.9 
0.7 
1.8 
0.0 
0.0 
0.4 
0.3 
0,0 
15.2 
17.4 



FT 

3,6 
2,6 
2.8 
1.1 
1.2 
1,4 
0,4 
0,1 
0,3 
0,4 
0,0 
0,0 
13.3 
16.1 



.387 

.351 



FTA 
4,4 
4,7 
3,7 
1,6 
1,8 
2,1 
0,4 
0,3 
0,8 
0,4 
0,0 
0.0 
19.2 
22.3 



FT-FTA 

58-71 

42-75 

42-56 

18-26 

19-28 

22-34 

6-6 

2-4 

2-5 

2-2 

0-0 

0-0 

213-307 
257-357 



Pet 

.817 
.560 
.750 
.692 
.679 
,647 

1,000 
,500 
,400 

1,000 
,000 
,000 

.694 
.720 



Off-Def 

22-52 

62-73 

47-88 

13-30 

4-50 

14-29 

3-9 

17-26 

1-2 

0-0 

2-2 

0-0 

185-361 
236-389 



Tot.- Avg 

74- 4,6 
135- 8.4 
135- 9.0 
43- 2.7 
54- 3.4 
43- 2.7 
12- .8 
43- 

3- 

0- 

4- 

0- 
48 
594-37.1 
625-39.1 



2,7 
,5 
,0 
.5 
,0 



33-0 

60-3 

44-1 

46-2 

41-0 

39-2 

18-0 

27-0 

4-0 

1-0 

5-0 

0-0 

318 
287 



52 
14 
30 
45 

111 
18 
16 
9 


3 



51 

27 

44 

27 

41 

3 

9 

10 



2 

3 



298 
225 



220 
278 



AT TO BS 

3,3 3,2 0,4 

0.9 1.7 2.5 

2.0 2.9 1,8 

2.8 1,7 0,4 

6.9 2,6 0,1 

1.1 0,2 1,0 
1.0 0.6 0,1 
0.6 0.6 0.5 
0.0 0.0 0.2 
0.0 0.4 0.0 
0,4 0.4 0.0 
0.0 0,0 0.0 

18.6 13.8 6.8 

14.1 17.4 4.6 



ST 

2.8 
1.0 
1.9 
1.1 
1,9 
0,4 
0,2 
0.1 
0.2 
0.0 
0.1 
0,0 
9.4 
6.8 



Score by Halves 1 

Maryland 623 

Opponents 528 

Deodball Rebounds 

Maryland 40 

Opponents 42 



2 

623 
598 



Pts- Avg 

630-18,0 



12 
10 
4 
26 
22 
1 







45 

71 

16 

18 

13 

2 

5 

2 





537 

547 

290 

244 

177- 

116 

95. 

21 

14 

12 

0- 



15,8 

15.6 

8.5 

70 

5.1 

3,3 

2,7 

1.5 

1,1 

,9 

,0 



235 355 
140 295 



2683-76.7 
2386-68.2 



6 
40 



OT Total 

25 2683 

16 2386 



PF-D AT TO BL ST 



45 
16 



27 29 

6 17 

2 31 

16 6 

2 3 

8 1 

1 1 



1 







Pts- Avg 

316-19,8 

264- 16,5 

225-15,0 

155- 9,7 

123- 7.7 

71- 4,4 

53- 3.3 

36- 2.3 

6- 1.0 

4- ,8 

4- ,5 

0- ,0 



108 
74 



150 1257-78.6 
109 1139-71.2 



OT Total 

11 1257 

13 1139 



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i 999-2000 Game-By-Game Team Stats 

TEAMS FCM-FGA PO. 3PM-3PA Pa. FTM^A Pa. AST TO BLK STL 
oonfroncisco 24-59 407 212 .167 11-15 .733 16 23 2 12 
olMa7land(RV/RV) 27-55 .491 1-9 .111 1^28 .571 16 18 9 11 


27-1 
160 


17-24 
11-22 


«5fl 

41 

33 


]STH 2NDH 
26 35 
40 31 


OT FINAL 
61 
71 




Tulone 

at Maryland |RV/RV) 
Fairleigh Dickinson 
01 Maryland (22/24) 


30-68 
28-54 


441 
.519 


4.14 
9-17 


286 
.529 


6-10 
13-22 


600 
-591 


19 
22 


25 
20 


3 
14 


12 
17 


21-1 
12-0 


19-23 
7-20 


42 
27 


47 23 
44 34 


70 
78 




16-52 
40-70 


308 
.571 


5-21 
8-18 


238 
.444 


8-15 
16-24 


533 
.667 


11 
26 


30 
15 


3 
9 


5 
12 


21-0 
160 


9-19 
16J1 


28 
47 


24 21 
59 45 


45 
104 




Maryland (22/24) 

Kentucky (10/11) 


24^62 

21-59 


.387 

356 


5-18 
4-15 


.278 
.267 


5-9 
15-27 


.556 
.556 


14 

13 


20 

18 


3 
5 


9 

10 


22-1 

14-0 


9-26 

21-21 


45 

42 


27 31 

40 21 


58 

61 




Noire Dome (RV/RV) 
Marylond (22/24) 


24-62 
26-56 


387 
.464 


12-31 
9-22 


.387 
.409 


7-11 
11-16 


.636 
-688 


18 
22 


19 
20 


1 
9 


10 
9 


180 
17-1 


13-21 
12-26 


34 
38 


28 39 
39 33 


67 
72 




Iowa I-/RV) 
Maryland (23/24) 


24-64 
30-53 


375 
.566 


7-22 
6-17 


318 
.353 


10-13 
17-21 


769 
.810 


14 
25 


12 
15 


i 
8 


8 
8 


19-1 
15-0 


12-20 
6-30 


32 
36 


31 34 
42 41 


65 
83 




Illinois (16/16) 
Maryland (23/24) 


25-58 
24-54 


431 
.444 


6-16 
3-11 


.375 
.273 


11-16 
18-23 


.688 
.783 


14 
16 


18 
20 


7 
6 


12 
10 


2O0 
170 


1019 
14-26 


29 
40 


33 34 
32 37 


67 
69 




Geo Washington 

Maryland (23/24) 

Winlhrop 

al Maryland (19/21) 


24.56 
25-50 


429 
.500 


4-9 
3-10 


444 

.300 


22-30 
16-23 


733 
.696 


11 
19 


19 
28 


4 
10 


10 
9 


22-0 
22-2 


14-17 
13-21 


31 
34 


39 35 
34 35 


74 
69 




24-57 
26^4 


.421 
.406 


5-21 
4-23 


238 
.174 


12-18 
20-27 


.667 
.741 


11 
17 


19 
17 


5 
7 


10 
8 


21-1 
19-0 


9-23 
18-27 


32 
45 


34 28 
34 28 


3 65 
14 76 




Kentucky (22/23) 
at Maryland (19/21) 


20-52 
27-60 


.385 
.450 


6-21 
6-17 


.286 
.353 


20-31 
12-18 


645 
.667 


12 
21 


20 
15 


5 
4 


6 
12 


18-1 
23-1 


15-25 
11-20 


40 
31 


27 39 
34 38 


66 
72 




George Mason 

at Morylond (16/14) 


25-66 
25-53 


,379 
.472 


8-23 
1-8 


.348 
.125 


8-11 
18-26 


727 
.692 


12 
19 


18 
18 


3 
8 


12 
14 


22-1 
110 


16-20 
12-26 


36 
38 


36 30 

37 32 


66 
69 




UMBC 

olMa^land (16/14) 
Coastol Corolino 
at Maryland (16/14) 


20-69 
27-55 


290 
.491 


4-25 
4-14 


160 
.286 


816 
24-34 


500 
.706 


9 
22 


25 
19 


4 
8 


9 
17 


22-2 
17^ 


23-20 
14-31 


43 
45 


19 33 
41 41 


52 
82 




18-59 
36-72 


.305 
.500 


3-15 
7-18 


.200 
.389 


9-21 
21-28 


429 
.750 


10 
30 


26 
13 




7 


5 
12 


20-0 
200 


14-24 
17-34 


38 
51 


20 28 
44 56 


48 
100 




Maryland (15/12) 

at NC State |-/RV| 


27-58 

26-66 


.466 

394 


4-12 

5-12 


.333 

417 


8-11 

11-20 


.727 

550 


16 

11 


25 

15 


9 

4 


10 

13 


17-0 

11-0 


16-23 

22-17 


39 

39 


27 39 

25 43 


66 

68 




Duke (7/9) 

at Maryland (15/12) 


28-64 
29-85 


.438 
.341 


7-24 
4-18 


341 
.222 


17-23 
8-17 


.739 
.471 


20 
18 


21 
14 


12 
9 


7 
12 


18-1 
21-0 


13-36 
25-26 


49 
51 


39 41 
34 36 


80 
70 




Maryland (16/18) 

at Georgia Tech 


26^56 

22-50 


.394 

440 


3-9 

9-17 


.333 

529 


13-16 

16-24 


.813 

667 


14 

14 


16 

2' 


1 
6 


11 

6 


22-1 

15-1 


14-25 

8-28 


39 

36 


39 29 

35 34 


68 

69 




Woke forest (RV/RV) 
at Maryland (16/1 8) 


18-62 
31-66 


.290 
.470 


2-10 
3-12 


.200 
.250 


13-18 
8-13 


722 
.615 


10 
21 


20 
14 


2 
12 


7 
12 


17-0 
200 


18-29 
9-28 


47 
37 


27 24 
37 36 


51 
73 




C eFTison 

at Maryland (RV/24) 


22-56 
26-65 


393 
.400 


6-14 

lasi 


429 
.323 


12-17 
12-18 


706 
.667 


15 
16 


17 
11 


2 
11 


6 
8 


18-1 
180 


13-25 
16-25 


38 
41 


22 40 
38 36 


62 
74 




Maryland (21/22) 
at N Corolino (RV/RV) 


23-61 

23-53 


.377 

.434 


10-27 

5-12 


.370 

.417 


7-12 

24-31 


.583 

.774 


16 

18 


15 
16 


4 

3 


11 

9 


230 

130 


15-16 
17-25 


31 

42 


41 22 

34 41 


63 

75 




Maryland (21/22) 

at Florida State 


29-60 

19-54 


.483 

352 


3-9 

6-20 


.333 

300 


21-29 

1925 


.724 

760 


21 

11 


7 
18 


7 
3 


13 

2 


201 

24-0 


14-23 

16-22 


37 

38 


45 37 

35 28 


82 

63 




Virginia (RV/RV) 
at Maryland (21/25) 


28-62 
29-51 


.452 
.569 


9-20 
3-6 


.450 
.500 


14-19 
3038 


.737 
.789 


20 
23 


18 
19 


2 
5 


7 
8 - 


26-0 
180 


1015 
11-28 


25 
39 


36 43 
41 50 


79 
91 




NC Stole 122 RV) 
at Mo^lond (21/25) 


26-53 
3064 


491 
.469 


9-22 
2-7 


409 
.286 


12-18 
16-26 


667 
.615 


13 
21 


24 
12 


11 
9 


8 
9 


21-1 
170 


10-27 
13-20 


37 
33 


41 32 
29 49 


73 
78 




Maryland (22/23) 

at Duke (3/3) 


41-76 

35-66 


-539 

530 


8-18 

ia22 


.444 

455 


8-11 

7-11 


.727 

.636 


16 

18 


11 

20 


5 

5 


13 

9 


140 

150 


17-18 
16-19 


35 

35 


47 51 
45 42 


98 
87 




Mo^land (22/23) 

at Temple 119/19) 


24-63 

24-59 


.381 

407 


ia24 

8-26 


.417 

308 


7-7 

17-24 


1.000 
708 


19 
18 


27 

13 




7 


9 

20 


18-1 

12-0 


2028 

11-19 


48 

30 


30 35 

30 43 


65 

73 




Georgia Tech 

at Maryland (22/22) 


21-58 
37^58 


362 
.544 


ia23 

7-13 


435 
.538 


18-23 
11-18 


.783 
.611 


15 
28 


21 

14 


5 
5 


8 
11 


18-2 
230 


17-23 
13-23 


40 
36 


30 40 
42 50 


70 
92 




Maryland (22/22) 

at Woke Forest 


27-55 

20-59 


.491 

339 


9-18 
4-14 


.500 

286 


1014 

23-30 


.714 

767 


19 

11 


15 

17 


5 

1 


8 

7 


24-2 

17-0 


8-23 

18-24 


31 

42 


40 33 

33 34 


73 

67 




MoTlond (19/19) 

at Clemson 


2448 

22-62 


.500 

.355 


917 

3-18 


.529 

.167 


19-25 

16-26 


.760 

.615 


17 

15 


10 

5 


6 

5 ■ 


4 

4 


200 

180 


5J1 

15-24 


36 

39 


37 39 

25 38 


76 

63 




t-J Carolina (RV/RV) 
at Maryland (19/19) 


30-60 
3069 


500 
.435 


3-18 
7-16 


167 
.438 


10-11 
14-22 


909 
.636 


11 
18 


17 
9 


8 
6 


5 
4 


20-1 
150 


10-28 
17-21 


38 
38 


27 46 
37 44 


73 
81 




Florido Stole 

at Marylond (19/17) 


26^i6 
33-65 


394 
.508 


5-13 
7-15 


.385 
.467 


13-18 
12-14 


722 
.857 


14 
20 


14 
8 


4 
9 


3 

7 


120 
15-1 


18-21 
12-23 


39 
35 


35 35 
45 40 


70 
85 




Marylond (19/17) 

at Virginia (-/RV) 


33-60 

26-66 


.550 

.394 


5-15 
5-20 


.333 

.250 


16-23 

32-43 


.696 

744 


14 

9 


20 

13 


5 

1 


9 

8 


31-3 

22-0 


5-31 

15-26 


36 

41 


44 32 

39 37 


11 87 

13 89 




Florida Slate 
Maryland (19/20) 


23-57 
33-67 


404 
.493 


9-26 
3-17 


.346 
.176 


6-12 
13-22 


,500 
.591 


10 
25 


21 
9 


1 
4 


6 
12 


170 
14-0 


12-25 
14-24 


37 
38 


24 37 
43 39 


61 
82 




NC Stote 
Morylond (19/20) 


20-56 
24-58 


357 
.500 


8-19 
6-13 


421 
.462 


13-25 
1023 


.520 
.435 


13 
17 


13 
21 


2 
8 


8 

7 


17-0 
19-0 


10-20 
1031 


30 
41 


25 36 

26 38 


61 
64 




Maryland (19/20) 

Duke (2/3) 


28-71 

28-58 


.394 

483 


6-19 

7-20 


.316 

.350 


6^ 

18-21 


.750 

.857 


9 

18 


16 

17 


2 

4 


10 

10 


160 

150 


21-17 

14-21 


38 

35 


36 32 

37 44 


68 

81 




ono 

Ma^land (16/17) 


22-66 
26-57 


333 
.456 


4-19 
4-13 


211 
.308 


11 14 

18-23 


786 
.783 


9 
14 


17 
21 


4 

7 


9 
9 


18-0 
160 


11-21 
14-35 


32 
49 


25 34 
38 36 


59 
74 




UCIA (RV/RV) 
Maryland (16/17) 


40-64 
26-70 


.625 
.371 


14-25 
6-22 


560 
.273 


11 18 
12-21 


.611 
.571 


28 
16 


16 
18 


5 
4 


12 
10 


190 
140 


8-31 
17-19 


39 
36 


49 56 
33 47 


105 
70 




1 




98 



soaa-oi 




1 999-2000 Individual Points-Rebounds-Assists 



4 

OPPONENT Bodu 

N17 San Francisco dnp 

N19 Tulone dnp 

N22 Fairleigh Dickinson dnp 

N24 Kentucky dnp 

N26 Notre Dame dnp 

N30 Iowa dnp 

D4 Illinois dnp 

D5 Geo. Washington dnp 

D7 Winthrop dnp 

Dll Kentucky dnp 

D27 George Mason dnp 

D30 UMBC dnp 

J2 Coastal Carolina dnp 

J6 at NC State dnp 

J9 Duke dnp 

J 15 ot Georgia Tech dnp 

J 19 Wake Forest dnp 

J22 Clemson dnp 

J27 at North Carolina dnp 

J29 at Florida State dnp 

F2 Virginia dnp 

F6 NC State dnp 

F9 at Duke dnp 

F13 at Temple dnp 

F16 Georgia Tech 0-0-0 

F19 at Wake Forest dnp 

F22 at Clemson dnp 

F26 North Carolina dnp 

Ml Florida State dnp 

M4 at Virginia dnp 

MIO Florida State 0-0-1 

Mil NC State dnp 

M12 Duke 0-aO 

M16 lono dnp 

M18 UCLA 0-0-0 
bold indicates games started dnp ' 



35* 
Boxter 
18-9-5 
11-8-3 
14-8-2 
11-9-0 
17-14-2 

16-1 as 

16-12-1 
21-9-2 

13-104 
6-5-0 

2ai 3-2 
12-9-2 
14-5-1 
12-6-2 

14-164 
124-1 
18-3-2 
ia94 
12-9-2 
24-7-1 
24-8-2 

31-10-7 

22-1 ai 
11-7-0 

13-12-2 
8-8-0 
25-9-6 
7-9-0 
21-94 
22^5-2 

24-iai 

15^S4 

ia8-2 

12-114 

22-1 ai 



25 
Blake 
4-1-6 
8-2-1 1 
7-4-3 
4-2-7 
1444 
5-3-7 
24-11 
3-2-6 
60-5 
16-2-3 
4-54 
6-1-1 
10-3-7 
64-9 
12-6-8 
4-5-8 
2-3-7 
10-2-7 
3-3-9 
2-4-7 
5-7-6 
1-1-8 

7-a2 

9-7-7 

4-24 

9-2-9 

14-5-6 

ia2-5 

17-4-10 

164-6 

2-2-5 

4-2-8 

7-2-3 

5-3-2 

5-3-6 



did not play/coach's decision 



21 
Cephas 

dnp 

dnp 
3-5-0 

dnp 

dnp 
0-0-0 

dnp 
0-0-0 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 
2-2-0 
4-2-0 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 

1-0-0 
0-0-0 

dnp 
0-1-0 
0-0-0 
0-0-0 

dnp 

dnp 
5-2-0 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 
6-2-0 

dnp 

dnp 
0-2-0 
0-3-0 
dnt 



3 
Dixon 
20-7-3 
25-3-5 
21-7-2 
8-11-2 
11-5-5 
18-54 
19-8-2 
15-7-^ 
16-3-3 
15-7-3 
13-24 
6-5-5 
18-ia5 
14-7-1 
134-1 
31-6-1 
18-8-6 
1 8-9-2 
22-3-2 
2344 
19-3-6 
174<5 
31-5-2 
21-74 
33-3-7 
200-3 
114-1 
2344 
1444 
9-6-2 
12-7-8 
21-7-1 
19-5-2 
20-9-7 
16-34 
" did not travel 



20 

Hahn 
0-0-0 
dnp 
0-0-1 
dnp 
dnp 
0-1-0 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
2-1-2 
2-0-2 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
2-0-0 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
0-0-0 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
0-0-0 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
2-0O 
0-0-0 
3-0-0 
dnp 
dnp 
dnp 
1-10 
inj^ 



45* 
Holden 

2-0-0 
O-OO 
5-4-3 
0-1-2 
1-1-1 
OO-O 
O-OO 
l-OO 
0-0-1 
010 
O-IO 
1-3-1 
12-3-1 
O-Ol 
O-OO 
2-20 
17-60 

i2-ia5 

0-2O 
4-4-1 
1-01 

aio 

2-10 
O-OO 
8-3-2 
4-5-3 
8-20 
3-30 
0-0-2 
10-4-1 
5-2-0 
2-30 
9-2-0 
4-4-1 
3-1-2 
' injured * 



33* 
Mordesich 

3-3-1 
4-34 
104O 
030 
O-IO 
6-10 
2-3-1 
01-1 
7-7-1 
4-3-2 
4-2-1 
6-7-1 
5-4-2 
2-4-2 
2-4-1 
0-3O 
0-2-1 
6-5-1 
0-0-1 
0-2-0 
8-50 
O-IO 
OOO 
030 
O-OO 
2-3-1 
O-IO 
10-50 
2-20 
4-6-1 
O-IO 
030 
4-40 
4-40 
O-OO 
blocks indicate' 



11 
McCcll 



dnp 
2-1-2 
8-3-6 
OO-O 
2-10 
OOO 
O-OO 
0-2-1 

dnp 
Ol-l 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 
2-00 

dnp 

dnp 

dnp 
OOO 

dnp 
01 

dnp 

dnp 

O-OO 

O-IO 

d in place 



15 
Miller 
6-2-2 
4-1-2 

ia7-8 

6-10 

1240 

14-5-7 

94-1 

9-43 

8-2-1 

2-2-6 

6-3-1 

16-2-3 

1 3-2-2 

12-3-2 

6-34 

8-2-1 

844 

15-24 

4-2-2 

iai-2 

14-3-5 
9-4-3 
16-5-3 
4-3-3 
6-3-6 
7-3-1 
5-3-3 
9-1-2 
6-1-1 
20-3-2 
7-2-3 
2-6-1 
2-20 

inj 
544 
of assists 



44* 
Morris 
16-9-3 
20-5-7 
7-6^ 
25-8-1 
12-6-6 
20-5-3 
21-5-3 
12-5-6 
19-140 
22-9-1 
2094 
17-9-2 
7-13-1 
20-1 2-3 
18-13-2 
11-90 
7-7-7 
inj 
16-10-1 
1084 
18-11-0 
16-102 
2012-2 
17-120 
16-5-0 
17-70 
4^^0 
16-94 
21-11-2 
15-5-0 
17-6-1 
11-11-3 
14-11-0 
22-12-2 
13-3-1 



12 

Nicholas 
2-1-2 
60-2 

27-03 

4-2-2 

5-03 

4-30 

Ol-l 

8-2-2 

7-5-3 

7-0O 

20-2 

12-3-2 

7-3-2 

O-OO 

300 

01 

O-Ol 

3-10 

6-1-1 

9-2-2 

2-1-2 

4-1-2 

O-OO 

3-10 

4-1-3 

6-O0 

9-2-1 

3-01 

2-1-3 

2-10 

6-2-6 

900 

3-30 

7-02 

5-O0 




99 




• • • 



^arylandyOpponent Team Superlatives 



oinh. Gome 

Points, lit Half 
Points, 2nd HoK 

Field Gools Made 
Field Gools Alt. 
Field Gool Pet. 

3-pl FG Made 



3-pt FG Alt 
3-pl FG Pet. 

FT Mode 
FT Alt 
FT Pel. 

Off. Rebounds 
Def. Rebounds 
Total Rebounds 



Assists 
Block Shots 
Steals 



MARYLAND HIGH 

104 vv forleigh Diclimson, 11 -22-99 

59 vs. Forieigfi Dickinson, 11-22-99 
56 vs. Coostol Carolina, 1 -2-00 

41 at Duke, 2-9-00 
85 vs Duke, 1-9-00 
.571 vs F Dickinson |40-70), 11-22-99 

lOvs. Clemson. 1-22-00 

lOotUNC, 1-27-00 

lOvs. Temple, 2-13-00 

31 vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 

.538 vs. Georgia Tech (7-13), 2-16-00 

30 vs. Virginia, 2-2-00 
38vs. Virginia, 2-2-00 
1000 vs. Temple (7-71, 2-13-00 

25vs. Duke, 1-9-00 
35 vs. lona, 3-16-00 
51 vs. Duke, 1-9-00 
51 vs Coastal Corolino, 1-2-00 

30 vs Coostol Carolina 1-2-00 

MvsTulane, 11-19-00 

17vs Tulane, 11-19-00 
I7vs. UMBC, 12-30-99 



MARYLAND LOW 

58 vs Keniucky. 11-2499 

26VS.NC Stole, 3-11-00 

22 otUNC, 1-27-00 

23 otUNC, 1-27-00 
48 at Clemson, 2-22-00 
.341 vs. Duke (29-85), 1-9-00 

1 vs. Son Francisco, 11-17-00 
1 vs. George Mason, 12-27-00 

6 vs. Virginia, 2-2-00 

.11! vs Son Francisco (1-9), 11-17-00 

5 vs Kentucky, 11-24-99 
5 vs. Keniucky, 11-24-99 
.435 vs. NC Slate (10-23), 3-11-00 

5 at Clemson, 2-22-00 
16 OtUNC, 2-27-00 

27 vs. Tulane, 11-19-00 

9vs. Duke, 3-12-00 

vs. Temple, 2-13-00 

4 ol Clemson, 2-22-00 



OPPONENT HIGH 

105 UCtA, 3-18-00 

49 UCIA, 3-18-00 
56 UCLA, 3-18-00 

40 UCIA. 3-18-00 

69 UMBC, 12-3a99 

.625 UCIA (4a64), 3-18-00 

14 UCLA, 3-18-00 



31 Notre Dome, 11-26-99 
,560 UCIA (14-25), 3-18-00 

32 Virginio, 3-4-00 
43 Virginia, 3-4-00 

.909 UNC(ian), 2-26-00 

23 UMBC, 12-30-99 
36 Duke, 1-9-00 

49 Duke, 1-9-00 

28 UCLA, 3-18-00 

12 Duke, 1-9-00 

20 Temple, 2-13-00 



OPPONENT LOW 

45 Forleigh Dickinson, 11-22-99 

19 UMBC, 12-30-99 

21 Forleigh Dickinson, U -22-99 

16 Forleigh Dickinson, 11-22-99 
50 Georgio Tech, 1-15-00 
290 UMBC (20-69), 12-3a99 

2 San Francisco, 11-17-00 
2 Woke Forest, 1-19-00 

9 George W/oshington, 12-5-00 
.160 UMBC (4-25), 12-30-99 

6 Tulane, 11-19-00 

10 Tulane, 11-19-00 

.429 C. Corolino (9-21). 1-2-00 

8 Georgio Tech, 1-15-00 
15 Virginia, 2-2-00 

25 Virginia, 2-2-00 

9 UMBC, 12-30-99 

Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
2 Florida Stole, 1-29-00 



Turnovers 



Personal Fouls 



28 vs George Washington, 12-5-99 

31 at Virginia, 3-4-00 



7 of Florido Stole, 1-29-00 



11 vs George Mason. 12-27-99 



30 Forleigh Dickinson, 1 1 -22-99 5 Clemson, 2-22-00 



27 Son Francisco, 11-17-99 



12 Temple, 2-13-00 



MarylandyOpponent Individual Superlatives 



Points, Gome 

Field Gools Mode 

Field Goal Attempts 
Field Gool Pet. (8 alt.) 

3PT Made 



3PT Attempted 

3PT Pd. (3 alt.) 

Free Throws Mode 
Free Throw Attempted 

Free Throw Pel, (5 oH.) 

Total Rebounds 
Offensive Rebounds 

Defensive Rebounds 
Rebounds in o Molf 

Assists 
Blocks 



Steols 



MARYLAND HIGH 

33 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 2-16-00 

14 Lonny Boxter vs. NC Stole, 2-6-00 

14 Juon Dixon vs. Duke, 2-9-00 

23 Lonny Baxter vs Duke, 1-9-00 

1.000 Terence Morris (8-8) vs. Iowa, 11-3-99 

5 JuanDixonvs. Tulane, 11-19-99 

5 Juon Dixon vs. Temple, 2-13-00 

5 Juon Dixon vs. North Carolina, 2-26-00 
13 Donny Miller vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 

1 000 Tohj Holden (3-3) vs. Woke Forest, 1-19-00 

10 Juon Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 1-15-00 

12 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 1-15-00 

12 Lonny Boxler vs. Clemson, 2-22-00 

1 000 Terence Morris (7-7) vs, Illinois, 12-4-99 

16 LonnyBoxtervs. Duke, 1-9-00 

10 Lonny Baxter vs. Notre Dome, 1 1 -26-00 

10 Lonny Baxter vs. Duke, 1 -9-00 

11 Terence Morris vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
9 Terence Morris vs NC State, 1-6-00 

11 SteveBlokevs. Tulane 11-19-99 

11 Steve Bloke vs. Illinois 12-4-99 

7 Terence Morris vs. Tulane, 11-19-99 

7 Terence Morris vs. Wake Forest, 1-19-00 

7 Lonny Boxler vs. NC State, 2-6-00 

6 Steve Bloke vs Tulane, 1 1 - 19-99 

6 Juon Dixon vs. Notre Dome, 1 1-26-99 

6 Steve Bloke vs Duke, 2-9-00 



OPPONENT HIGH 

28 Shone Bottier, Duke, 2-9-00 

1 1 Toriq Kirksoy, lono, 3-16-00 

20 Toriq Kirksoy, lona, 3-16-00 
.778 Brendon Haywood (7-9), North Corolino, 1-27-00 

6 Shane Bottier, Duke, 2-9-00 



11 TerenceWord, UMBC, 12-30-99 

11 MorkKorcher, Temple, 2-13-00 
.833 Eorl Wolson (5-6), UCLA, 3-18-00 

13 SirVolionl Brown, George Washington, 12-5-99 

17 Travis Wolson, Virginia, 3-4-00 

1.000 Corlos Boozer (5-5), Duke, 3-12-00 

17 Brendon Haywood, North Carolina, 2-26^0 

8 Jamool Mogloire. Keniucky, 12-11-99 

12 Brendon Haywood, North Corolino, 2-26-00 
1 1 Jomool Mogloire, Kentucky, 12-11 -99 

11 Brendan Haywood, North Corolino, 2-2600 

16 EorlWotson, UCLA, 3-18-00 



7 Shone Bottier, Duke, 1-9-00 



9 Pepe Sonchez, Temple, 2-13-00 



Minutes 



43 Terence Morris vs, Winlhrop, 12-7-99 
43 Steve Bloke vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 



40 Justin Wilson, UMBC, 12-3a99 

40 Shone Battier, Duke, 2-9-00 

40 LomonI Bornes, Temple, 2-13-00 

40 Chris Willioms. Virginia, 3-4-00 



lOO 



MARYLAND B 



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/ 999-2000 Game Recaps 



Preseason NIT First Round 
Cm I • Maryland 7 I , 
San Francisco B I 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Juan Dixon scored o career-high 20 points 
as Maryland gave head coach Gory Williams his 400th career win by 
beating San Francisco 71-61 in the opening round of the Preseoson NIT, 

The Terrapins never trolled en route to their 65th consecutive non- 
conference win at borne, the longest streak in the notion, Maryland let a 
I6-point lead dwindle to two in the second half before Lonny Baxter 
scored seven straight points in a pivotal 8-0 run thot made it 62-52 with 
6:07 left 

James Lee had 1 5 points and Kenyon Jones odded 1 3 for the Dons, 
who scored only nine points over the final nine minutes, 

Dixon, a sophomore guord, wos 9-of-17 from the field and grabbed 
seven rebounds, Baxter hod 18 points, nine rebounds and five blocked 
shots. Junior forward Terence Morris finished with 16 points and nine 
rebounds. 



MARYLAND 71, SAN FRANCISCO 61 

ABIirsI Coyri at Cole Field House - Nov, 17, 1999 



San Francisco Min FG 



Tucker 

Lee 

Jones 

Russell 

Thomas 

Cox 

Brewer 

Hinder 

Brown 

Team 

Totols 



Maryland 

Miller 

Moms 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nictiolos 

Hahn 

Mordesich 

Holder 

Teom 

Totols 



f 34 4-13 

f 26 5-15 

c 23 5-8 

g 33 2-5 

g 18 2-4 

31 2-8 

11 1-2 

6 2-3 

18 1-1 



3FG FT 

0-1 ai 

1-5 4-4 

0-0 3-5 

0-1 2-3 

1-2 0-0 

0-3 2-2 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 ao 



0-D Rob F 

3-10 13 5 
2-0 2 4 



4-5 
0-2 
0-2 

1-1 

at 
i-i 

0-0 
6-2 



200 24^9 2-12 11-15 17-2441 27 16 23 2 12 61 



Min FG 

f 27 3-5 

f 34 6-11 

c 27 6-13 



3FG FT 

a2 0-1 

ai 4-7 

0-0 6-10 



34 9-17 a3 2-3 



26 1-3 

21 1-3 

1 OO 

19 1-3 



1-2 1-2 

0-1 0-1 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 1-2 

0-0 2-2 



1-2 3 
0-0 




3 
5 

1 
1 




S Pts 

4 6 

2 16 
18 

3 20 



200 27-55 1-9 16-28 11-2233 16 16 18 9 11 71 



fG%- Son Francisco 407, Maryland 491, 3FG%- San Francisco 167, Morylond 
lit FT%- Son Francisco 733, Maryland ,571, Technical Fouls: None, Officials, 
Joe Mingle, John Hughes, Jock Sweeney, Attendance: 14,317, 

Son Francisco 10-1 1 26 35 - 61 

Morylond |1-0| 40 31 71 



Preseason NIT Second Round 

Cm S • Maryland 78, Tulane 70 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, -Juon Dixon scored a career-high 25 points, 
including eight down the stretch, os No, 23 Maryland fought back from 
an early 1 7-point deficit to beat Tulane 78-70 and advance to the semi- 
finol round of the Preseoson NIT, 

After Tulane pulled to a 67-67 tie, Dixon hit o baseline jumper with 
2:42 left to start o 9-0 run, Steve Blake sank a free throw and Dixon 
followed with successive 3-pointers to make it 76-67 with 63 seconds to 
go It was the second stroight gome in which Dixon, a sophomore guord, 
eclipsed his coreer high in points. He scored 20 in Maryland's opening 
victory over Son Francisco, 

Terence Morris scored 20 points for the Terrapins, who trolled 27- 
1 before using o 20- 1 run to regain the teod, Tulone never wilted, how- 
ever, thonks to decisive 45-27 rebounding edge, 

MARYLAND 78, TULANE 70 



Allfitst Court at Cole Fie 


dHou 


e-Nov 19, 


1999 
















Tulana 




Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D lieb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


(Hs 


Osean 


1 


28 


7-10 


2-4 


1-1 


1-5 


6 





2 


5 





1 


17 


Davis 


1 


32 


10-19 


1-5 


3-4 


2-1 


3 


3 


1 


1 





4 


24 


Jordon 


c 


15 


2-7 


0-0 


0-0 


3-1 


4 


5 








1 





4 


Mason 


6 


30 


1-4 


a2 


1-3 


2-1 


3 


1 


2 


7 





2 


3 


Morsh 


=1 


28 


2-9 


0-0 


0-0 


1-7 


8 


2 


8 


5 





2 


4 


Biilingsley 




16 


1-5 


oo 


0-0 


a3 


3 


2 


1 


3 








2 


Johnson 




15 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3-2 


5 


2 


1 





1 





4 


Gollowoy 




19 


5-8 


1-1 


1-2 


4-1 


5 


4 


2 


2 


1 


1 


12 


Miles 




17 


0-3 


&2 


ao 


0-0 





2 


2 


2 





2 





Teom 












3-2 


5 















Totals 



200 3&«8 4-14 6-10 19-23 42 21 19 25 3 12 70 



Morylond Min FG 3FG FT 

Millet 1 29 1-1 0-0 2-2 

Moms f 36 712 1-2 5-8 



O-D Reb F A T B S Pis 
0-11 12 4 
1-4 5 2 1 1 7 2 20 



Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholos 

Mordesich 

Holdeti 

Team 

Totols 



c 31 5-11 OO 1-4 3-5 8 2 5 3 1 11 

g 36 8-12 5-7 4-6 0-3 3 2 5 4 3 25 

g 34 3-6 1-3 1-2 1-1 2 3 It 6 6 8 

18 2-7 2-5 0-0 0-0022104 6 

15 2-5 ao OO 1-2301341 4 

1 0-0 ao 0-0 ao o 

1-4 5 

200 28^4 9-17 13-22 7-20 27 12 22 20 14 17 78 



FG% - Tulone ,441, Morylond 519 3FG% - Tulone ,286, Morylond ,529 FT% - 
Tulane 600, Maryland 591, Technicol Fouls: None, Officials: Gory Moxwell, 
Robert Pennington, Gary Wall Attendance: 14,500, 



Tulone I Ml 
Morylond |2-0| 



23 
34 



70 
78 



Cm 3 • Maryland I D1, 
Fairleigh Dickinsdn 15 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, -Juon Dixon scored nine of his 21 points in o 
gome-opening 23-1 run thot powered No, 24 Maryland post over- 
motched Fairleigh Dickinson 104-45, 

Freshmon Drew Nicholas bad 27 points on 9-fonll shooting for the 
Terps, Sophomore Wim Van de Keere scored a careenhigh 16 points for 
the Knights, who hod seven field goals and 17 turnovers in the first half. 

The win was Maryland's 67th consecutive non-conference home vic- 
tory, the longest current streak in the notion. It also was the eighth-most 
lopsided victory in school history. 

The Terrapins scored the gome's first five points before Keith Martin 
mode free throw for the Knights, Maryland then reeled off 1 8 straight 
points for o 23-1 leod before FDU's Kbolid Coursey scored on o drive 
with 12:10leftin the half. The Terrapins led 59-24 at halftime and 91-41 
with seven minutes remaining. 



MARYLAND 104, FAIRLEIGfl DICKINSON 45 

Alllirst Court al Cole Field House - Nov, 22, 1999 



F, Dickinson 

Morfin 



Ekwe 

Coursey j 

Word ( 

Mitchell 

Perry 

Bomoyako 

Van deKeere, T, 

Hommond 

Ololsson 

Von deKeere, W 21 713 

Team 



Min FG 

f 13 0-2 

f 38 1-6 

c 17 1-4 

3 20 3-5 

3 19 1-6 

13 1-4 

17 0-5 

3 ai 

13 0-3 
12 0-0 

14 2-3 



3FG 

0-0 
0-0 

ao 

1-2 
1-4 
1-3 
05 
0-0 

a2 

0-0 

0-0 a2 
2-5 ao 



&D Reb F 

ao 1 

1-3 4 I 
2-1 

ai 

1-0 

a2 
a2 

0-0 
0-0 
0-2 



A T 

3 

1 4 
2 

10 

2 2 
2 2 

1 3 


4 1 

1 1 

2 



1 
2 

1 
1 

1 



Totals 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholos 

Hahn 

Cephas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Teom 

Totols 



200 16-52 5-21 8-15 9-19 28 21 II 30 3 5 45 



Min FG 3FG FT 

f 25 5-10 0-2 0-2 

f 20 3-10 

c 17 5-7 



O-D Reb F A 



1-3 at 

0-0 4-5 



g 26 8-14 

g 25 3-5 

28 911 

5 ao 

14 1-5 

18 4-5 

22 2-3 



1-3 4-4 

1-2 0-0 

4-6 57 

ao 00 

at 1-2 

0-0 2-3 



az 

3-3 
5-3 
3-4 
2-2 
0-0 
0-0 
2-3 
1-3 
a4 
0-2 



S Pts 

1 10 

1 7 

14 
4 21 

1 7 

2 27 
1 
1 3 

10 

1 5 



200 4a70 8-18 16-24 16-31 47 16 26 15 9 12 104 



FG% - Fairleigh Dickinson 308, Morylond 571 3FG% - Foirleigh Dickinson 238, 
Morylond 444, FT% - Foirleigh Dickinson 533, Maryland 667 Technical Fouls, 
None Officials Steve Gordon, Bryon Kersey, Alon Spoinhour, Attendance: 13,724 



F Dickinson |ai I 24 21 

Morylond |3-0| 59 45 



45 
104 



Preseason NIT Semifinals 

Cm 1 • Kentucky E I , Maryland 58 

NEW YORK, N.Y, - No. 1 1 Kentucky held off a furious second-holf 
comeback by No, 24 Maryland and hung on for o 61 -58 victory in the 
semifinals of the Preseoson NIT at Madison Square Garden, Maryland 
overcame a 16-pointfirstholf deficit to tie the gome at 52 with six-ond-a- 
half minutes remaining. 

Boskets by Marvin Stone, who had 1 3 rebounds, and Keith Bogons, 
off o steol, restored a four-point lead for the Wildcats, Kentucky was still 
up by three with 32,6 seconds to play when Desmond Allison got tongled 
with o couple of Morylond players ond turned the boil over, 

Juon Dixon's 3-point ottempt bounced off the rim in the hnol seconds, 
however, as Kenhjcky advanced to the Preseoson NIT championship. 

Junior All-Americon Terence Morris led Maryland with 25 points. 



KENTUCKY 6 


, MARYIAND 58 




















Madison Squore Garden - Nov 24, 


1999 


















Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


aD Rob 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Miller 


f 24 


2-6 


2-2 


ao 


1-0 


1 


4 











1 


6 


Morns 


1 37 


1016 


3-4 


2-2 


3-5 


8 


2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


25 


Baxter 


c 27 


5-10 


0-0 


1-4 


3-6 


9 


3 





3 





1 


11 


Blake 


g 34 


2-4 


a2 


ao 


1-1 


2 


5 


7 


6 





2 


4 


Dixon 


q 35 


3-17 


a6 


2-2 


6-5 


11 


2 


2 


6 





2 


8 


Nicholas 


21 


2-7 


a4 


oa 


02 


2 


4 


2 


1 








4 


Mordesich 


13 


a2 


0-0 


ai 


1-2 


3 


1 





2 











Holden 


9 


0-0 


ao 


0-0 


ai 


1 


1 


1 





2 








Team 










4-4 


8 














Totals 


200 liil 


5-18 


5-9 


19-26 45 22 


14 


20 


3 


9 


58 


Kentucky 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


OD Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Comoro 


f 18 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Prince 


1 27 


718 


2-5 


5-8 


4-5 


9 


1 


1 


3 


1 


2 


21 


Mogloire 


c 28 


2-9 


0-0 


2-7 


4-2 


6 


3 


1 


1 





1 


6 


Allison 


g 18 


1-3 


0-2 


1-2 


0-0 





4 


3 


2 


1 





3 


Smith 


g 20 


1-4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





3 


3 


2 







3 


Bogons 


22 


5-8 


1-3 


6-7 


ai 


1 








4 







17 


Stone 


20 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


7-6 


13 


2 





3 


2 




4 


Knight 


13 


2-2 


0-0 


ai 


02 


2 





2 










4 


Blevins 


20 


04 


a3 


0-0 


0-0 








2 













Tockett 


4 


ai 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Teom 










6-2 


8 






1 









Totals 



200 21-59 4-15 15-27 21-21 42 14 13 18 5 10 61 



FG% - Morylond 387 Kentucky ,356, 3FG% - Morylond ,278, Kentucky 267 
FT% - Maryland ,556, Kentucky 556 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Jim Burr, 
Tom Lopes, Joe Mingle Atlendonce 10,762, 



Morylond 13-11 27 31 

Kentucky |4-0| 40 21 



58 
61 



Preseason NIT Consolation 

Cm 5 • Maryland 72, Notre Dame B7 

NEW YORK, N,Y, -Sophomore Lonny Baxter scored 17 points and 
grabbed o career-high 14 rebounds as Maryland defeated Notre Dome 
72-67 in the consolation gome of the Preseoson NIT 

Notre Dome had no inside answers for Boxter, He and Terence Morris 
helped Morylond open an 11 -point halftime leod and the Terps threat- 
ened to blow the gome open in the second half 

Notre Dome launched a frantic comeback thot cut the margin to one 
point at 66-65, Five straight 3-pointers, two each by Mott Carroll and 
Jere Mocura and one by Troy Murphy, got the Irish bock in the gome. 
But Baxter produced o pair of dunks inside, each time converting offen- 
sive rebounds into baskets, and Morris got free for onother dunk to help 
Morylond stay in front, 

Maryland outrebounded Notre Dame 38-34 and hurt the Irish with 
some timely 3-point shooting. All Bve starters were in double figures for 
the Terps, with Steve Bloke getting 14, Morris ond Oonny Miller 12apiece 
ond Juan Dixon 11, 

Martin Ingetsby ond Carroll hod 11 eoch for Notre Dome, 



kMRYLAND 72, NOTRE DAME 67 

Modison Square Garden - Nov 26, 1999 

Notre Dome Min FG 3FG FT 

f 26 1-3 0-2 1-2 

f 33 8-18 3-4 6-8 

c 31 2-11 0-0 0-0 

g 32 1-4 a3 ai 
q 18 4-8 



Graves 

Murphy 

Swonagan 

Dillon 

Inglesby 

Carroll 

Macura 

Kortclo 

Monserez 

Polmer 

Teom 

Totals 

Morylond 

Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Bloke 

Dixon 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Teom 

Totals 



ao Reb F 

1-1 2 2 



4-7 11 
3-2 5 



3-7 0-0 
22 410 3-9 0-0 
18 3-4 3-4 ao 



11 1-2 
8 0-2 

1 ao 



0-0 0-0 
02 0-0 



a2 2 

a2 2 

1-0 1 

ai 1 

0-0 

4-3 7 



S Pts 

I 3 

1 25 

1 4 

3 2 

1 11 

1 11 
9 
2 

2 




200 24-62 12-31 7-11 13-21 34 18 18 19 1 10 67 



Min FG 3FG FT O-D Reb F A T 



f 32 4-10 

1 30 5-10 

c 36 8-10 

g 35 4-9 

g 31 3-11 

15 2-5 

4 0-0 

17 at 



2-6 2-5 

ai 2-2 

0-0 1-1 

3-4 3-4 

3-7 2-2 

1-4 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

0-0 1-2 



1-3 4 

2-4 6 

4-10 14 

2-2 4 



5 Pts 
1 12 
12 

17 

1 14 

6 II 
5 




200 2656 9-22 11-16 12-26 38 17 22 20 9 9 72 



FG% - Notre Dome ,387 Morylond ,464, 3FG% - Notre Dome ,387 Morylond 
409 FT% - Notre Dome ,636, Maryland ,688, Technicol Fouls: None, Officials 
John Hughes, Bob Adoms, Ed Corbett, Attendance 12,000, 

Notre Dame |3-2) 28 39 - 67 
Maryland 14-11 39 33 - 72 



lOI 




Jd^OOO-Rexiew- 



0-ai MAR 



i.C/Bic Ten Challence 
JM E • Maryland 83, Iowa 65 

BALTIMORE. Md. - Terence Morrii weni 8-fot-8 ffom the field and 

3fed 20 point), ond Juan Dixon hod 18 points as Morylond defeoted 

- ^a 83-65 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the Boltimofe A/eno The 

nly shot Morris missed all evening was at the foul line, where he was 4- 

for-5, 

Morylond scored the first 10 points ond never trailed The Terrapins 
led by II ot hoiftime and used o 10-0 run eorly in the second hoK to go 
up by 19. Morylond hit seven of its first nine shots in the half to open a 
20-point lead. 

Sophomore Lonny Boxter hod 16 points ond 10 rebounds for the 
Terropins, who limited lowo to 35 percent shooting in the first half Kyie 
Gallowoy scored a career-high 18 points for the Howlceyes 



MASYIAND 63, 

Baltimore Afeno - 

Iowa 

GriKin f 

Henderson f 

Gomel c 

Oliver g 

Gallowoy g 

Price 

Fermino 

Jooctl 

Luehrsmonn 

Thompson 

Smith 

Teom 

Totals 



IOWA 6S 
- t^ov 30 WW 

Min FG 3FG 

28 3-12 

18 1-3 

7 11 

35 210 

33 714 

3 CM) 

17 2J 

25 4-10 

23 4-7 

10 OJ 

1 00 



FT &OliebFATBSI>l> 



U 
00 
00 
U 
49 
OO 
00 
1-2 
0-2 
&I 
00 



4-5 

00 
00 
4-5 
00 
00 
00 
2-2 
0-1 
00 
00 



5^4 

1-2 
1-2 
1-0 
04 
1-0 
0-2 
U 
1.1 
00 
01 
1-0 



200 24^ 7-22 iai3 12-2032 19 14 12 I 8 65 



Moryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bbke 

Nicholos 

Hohn 

Cephos 

MordesicH 

Hoiden 

Team 

ToUb 



Min FG 

f 35 5-B 

I 33 8-8 

c 34 6-11 

g 35 712 

g 27 1-7 

20 1-3 

I 00 

1 00 
12 2-4 

2 00 



3FGFT OOliebFATeSPt] 



3-6 1-2 

00 4-5 

00 44 

U 3-3 

1-4 2-2 

1-3 1-2 

00 00 

00 ao 

00 2-3 

00 00 



1-4 5 3 
05 5 1 
1-9 10 1 



1-4 

1-2 
0-3 
0-1 
0-0 
01 
00 
21 



200 30J3 «-17 17-21 MO 36 IS 25 15 8 8 83 



FG%-lo»o. 375. Morylond 566. 3FG%-lowa.318,Moryland.353 FT%-lov><i 
769. Morylond 810. Terfinicol Fouls None Officiols: Karl Hess. Michoel Kilts, 
leilie Jones Attendance 12,310 



lowo 12-31 
Morylond (5-1) 



31 34 65 

42 41 83 



BB& T Classic - First Round 

Cm 7 • Maryland 69. Illinois 67 

WASHINGTON, DC - Juan Dixon hit a running jumper with 6.3 
seconds left ond Terence Morris scored 14 of his 21 points in the second 
half OS Morylond beat No. 16 Illinois 69-67 in the opening round of the 
BB&T Classic 

The gome featured 22 lead changes ond was tied 10 times. Neither 
leom led by more thon three points over the finol eight minutes, and by 
the end virtually everyone at the MCI Center wos on their feet 

After Morris helped Morylond recover from on eight-point deficit in 
the second holf, Dixon capped the comeback by scoring from the right 
boseline. Illinois hod one lost chance, but Fronk Willioms' 25-footer at 
the buzzer bounded off the bock of the rim 

The Terrapins took a 67-64 leod with 41 seconds remaining when 
Donny Miller hit a desperotion 3-pointer as the shot clock expired. Wil- 
liams onswered with o 3-pointer lor Illinois, selling ihe sloge for Dixon's 
gome-winner. 

Williams scored 18 points for Illinois ond Cleotis Brown hod 13. 
Dixon hod 19 points for the Terrapins ond Lonny Boxter hod 16 points 
and 12 rebounds, half on Morylond misses. The Terropins had 14 offen- 
sive rebounds and finished with a 40-29 edge on the boords 



MARYLAND 69. lUlNOIS 67 






















MCI Center 


De 


i 1999 






















Illinois 




Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb 




A 


T 


8 


S 


P» 


Archibald 


( 


18 


1-5 


00 


00 


3-2 









2 


1 





2 


Brown 


1 


20 


5-7 


0-1 


34 


03 






2 


4 





2 


13 


Grilfin 


c 


27 


69 


00 


00 


5J 






1 


2 


3 





12 


Brodlord 


3 


38 


3-13 


3-8 


3-3 


01 






3 


1 





3 


12 


Willioms 


<> 


36 


6-13 


2-4 


44 


02 






6 


3 





3 


18 


Chukudebe 




12 


U 


00 


1-2 


10 












1 





3 


Most 




4 


00 


00 


00 


01 









2 





t 





Johnson 




20 


1-2 


1-1 


00 


01 






1 


2 








3 


Hornngton 




2 


00 


00 


00 


00 










1 











Krupolijo 




11 


0-1 


Ol 


01 


02 


2 




1 








2 





Cook 




12 


2-4 


01 


02 


13 


4 







1 


2 


1 


4 


leom 












01 


1 














Tolols 




200 25-48 


6^16 11-16 1019 29 20 


14 


18 


7 


12 


67 



Morylond 

M.;"'S 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Ntf holes 

Cephas 

Mordesich 

Hoiden 

Teom 

TokiU 



MmFG 3fGFT O0««bFATBSPl> MAJYIAND 76. WINTH80P 65 |0T1 



i 31 3-8 23 1-2 
I 33 714 02 7-7 



c 33 5-9 

9 38 »16 

9 32 13 

12 02 



OO 68 

1-2 2-2 

02 00 

02 01 



1 00 OO 00 
15 02 OO 2-2 
5 00 00 01 



04 4 

2-3 5 

66 12 

2-6 8 

04 4 

1-0 1 

00 



4 I 

2 

3 1 
2 

4 II 4 
2 10 



3 
2 

9 



1 1 
3 

1 



Allf rst Court ot Cole Field Hoyie - Dec 



21 
16 



1-2 
00 
21 





1 
1 



200 24J4 3-11 IS-23 14-26 40 17 16 20 6 10 69 



FG% Illinois 431. Morylond 444 3FG% - Illinois 375, Morylond 273 FT% - 
Illinois 688. Maryland 783 Technical Fouls None OfhciaU: Tom O'Neill. Chorlie 
Range, David Boir Attendance 13.536. 

Wnois (2-21 33 34 67 

Morylond 1611 32 37 69 

BB& T Classic - Championship 
Cm 8 • Ceorce Washington 74, 
Maryland 69 

WASHINGTON, DC. - SirVoliont Brown scored 27 points to leod 
George Washington to o 74-69 victory over Maryland in the chompion- 
ship gome of the BB&T Clossic Brown hod a crucial steal ond three free 
throws in the lost minute, copping o physicol, emotionol second half. 

Guord Bernord Borrow beat the shot clock with o 3-pointer from the 
left wing with I 03 remoining to give the Coloniols o 70-67 leod On 
Morylond's next possession. Brown stole the boll on on inbounds ploy 
underneath Ihe GW bosket ond was fouled He mode both free throws 
to get the lead to five ond added another free throw with 29.5 seconds 
left. Lonny Baxter scored Maryland s hrst nine points and hnished with 
21 points 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 74, MAKYIAND 69 

MCI Center - Dec. 5, 1999 
G. Woshittgton Min FG 



3FGFT ODRebFATBSPis 



King 

Iturbe 

de Miranda 

Sorrow 

Brown 

Roma 

Monroe 

Lund 

Smith 

NgonLso 

Teom 

Totals 

Matylond 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Hoiden 

Teom 

TottsU 



I 38 2-9 

( 19 1-3 

c 21 47 

9 35 68 

g 33 616 

3 01 

19 27 

1 00 

7 11 



02 22 

00 00 

00 3« 

22 3-6 



24 13-14 10 I 4 



00 00 

01 00 
00 1-2 
OO 00 



24 24 OO 00 



200 24S6 4-9 22-30 14-17 31 22 11 19 4 10 74 



fG 3FG FT O-D Reb F A T 



f 30 46 01 1-2 

f 32 4-7 OO 45 

c 32 9-16 00 3-6 

9 37 4-9 



34 1-6 

22 3-5 

12 01 

I OO 



14 66 

01 1-2 

24 00 

00 OO 

OO 1-2 



2-2 
05 
2-7 
4-3 

1-1 
02 
Ol 

OO 

4-0 



200 25-50 3-10 1623 13-21 34 22 19 28 10 9 69 



FG% - George Woshington 429, Morylond 500 3FG'^o - George Woshington 
444, Morylond 300 FRi ■ George Woshington 733, Morylond 696 Technicol 
Fouls None Otficiols Tom O'Neill, Charlie Ronge. David Boif.AJtendonce 13,703 

G Woshington (431 39 35 74 

Morylond 162) 34 35 69 

Cm 9 • Maryland 76, 
WiNTHROP 65 (OT) 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Terence Morris scored six of his 19 points in 
overtime for the Terrapins, who survived o scare while winning their 68th 
consecutive non<onference home gome. 7665, over Winthrop 

Maryland trailed 6052 with six minutes left before rollying to dis- 
patch Ihe Eagles who ployed with confidence from the opening lip. 
Morylond never led ofter hoiftime until Morns opened the overtime by 
sinking two free throws 

Greg Lewis then mode hwo foul shots for the Eogles, but o drive by 
Morris ond o jumper byjuon Dixon put Maryland up 68-64 It was 70- 
65 before Morris clinched the victory with Q driving dunk. 

Morris finished with 14 rebounds, eight on the offensive end. Dixon 
scored 16 points for the Terropins and Lonny Baxter had 13 points and 
10 rebounds. 

Tyson Watermen scored 22 points and Greg Lewis 14 for Winthrop, 
the defending Big South champions. 

Down 60-52 in the waning minutes of regulation, Morylond used a 
3-pointer by Donny Miller ond four stroight points by Dixon to close to 
60-59 Waterman tempororily stemmed the comebocli with a basket, 
but the Terrapins tied it on o driving loyup by Drew Nicholas with 1 :04 
logo. 



tnrinlhrop 

lewis 

Pinckney 

Ediong 

Toxey 

Watermon 

Slodcmon 

Woldnip 

Fnher 

Kno> 

Teom 

Totob 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Hoiden 

Team 

Tololj 



Min FG 3FG FT 
I 38 5-8 00 4-6 



OO Reb F 
14 5 3 



I 34 1-3 
c 29 1-1 
g 28 2-7 



00 34 
00 2-2 
04 00 



g 38 918 3-9 1-2 

8 03 OO 00 

19 3-9 27 2-2 

23 3-6 00 01 



T B 
7 1 
1 1 



A 


1 



1111 

5 6 5 



10 1 



01 01 1-0 1 



1 

2 2 




I 10 
1 6 



225 2457 5-21 12-18 9-23 32 21 11 19 5 10 65 



Min FG 3FG FT 

I 36 3-8 24 00 

I 43 7-17 04 5-7 

c 38 58 00 3-7 

g 33 5-15 07 66 

g 33 27 25 00 

21 24 03 34 



CM) td> F A 



1-1 2 3 

86 14 1 

2-8 10 4 

1-2 3 4 



17 2-2 
4 01 



00 3-3 

00 00 



00 

14 
2-5 

00 

31 



B 


4 

1 

1 1 



S Pb 
4 8 
1 19 

13 

1 16 
6 
7 
7 




225 2664 4-23 2027 18-27 45 19 17 17 7 8 76 



FG% Winthrop 421, Morylond 406 3FG% Winthrop 238, Morylond 174 
fT% - Winthrop 667 Morylond 741 Technicol Fouls None Officiots: Steve Gor- 
don, Manny Upton, Jomie Luckie Attendance. 10.107 



Winthrop (4-2) 34 28 3 

Morylond |72l 34 2S 14 



65 

76 



Cm I Q • Maryland 72, Kentucky 66 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Terence Morris scored 22 points and Mory- 
lond never trailed in defeoting Kentucky 72-66 for the Terropins' 69th 
consecutive non-conference home victory Steve Bloke odded 1 6 points 
for the Terropins whose 69-game run is the longest of its kind in the 
nation 

The win over the Wildcols morlred the first time thot Morylartd played 
a ronked teom during the streok, and the foci that it come ogoinst o 
storied program made the win even more special for Gory Willioms 
who also recorded his 200th victory as Morylond's head cooch. 

Maryland led 5 1 -46 before Bloke ond Morris hit 3-pointers in on 8- 
2 spurt that mode it 59-48 with 6:44 remaining The Wildcots closed to 
61-57 on basket by Toyshoun Prince with 4:13 left, but Kentucky didn't 
score ogoin until Prince mode hrvo free throws with 1 :48 to go to moke 
1165-59 

Morris wos 8-for-ll from the Hoar and Juan Dixon scored ISforthe 
Terrapins. Jomool Mogloire hod 12 points ond 16 rebounds for Ken- 
tucky 

MAKYLAND 72 KENTUCKY 66 

Allhrst Court ol Cole Field House - Dec 1 1. 1999 



Kentudty 




Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


CM) Rab F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Ph 


Pnnce 


( 


35 5-8 


02 


4-8 


1-7 


8 1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


14 


Camara 


f 


31 3-7 


1-1 


24 


1-2 


3 2 


2 


1 








9 


f^ogloire 


c 


31 3-5 


00 


68 


8-8 


16 4 





3 


2 





12 


Smith 


fl 


35 5-12 


5-10 


00 


02 


2 5 


6 


6 


1 


2 


15 


Allison 


9 


20 16 


03 


00 


1-1 


2 2 


1 


3 








2 


Blevins 




4 02 


02 


00 


01 


1 1 


1 














Bogons 




29 39 


03 


8-11 


22 


4 2 


1 


4 





1 


14 


Stone 




15 03 


00 


00 


01 


1 





1 











Teom 










2-1 


3 1 












Totals 




200 20-52 


621 2031 


15-25 40 18 


12 


20 


5 


6 


66 


Morylond 




Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


Ot> Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


FIs 


Miller 


I 


33 1-8 


02 


OO 


20 


2 4 


6 





1 


3 


2 


Morris 


f 


38 8-11 


3-3 


34 


3-6 


9 3 


4 


4 


1 


2 


22 


Baxter 


c 


17 3-5 


00 


00 


14 


5 5 


1 


2 








6 


Dixon 


9 


34 5-17 


02 


5-9 


25 


7 3 


3 


3 





3 


15 


Blote 


fl 


34 5-9 


26 


45 


02 


2 2 


3 


3 





4 


16 


Nicholas 




13 36 


14 


00 


00 


2 


2 











7 


Mordesich 




26 2-3 


00 


00 


1-2 


3 3 





3 


2 





4 


Hoiden 

Teom 




5 Ol 


00 


00 


1-0 

1.1 


1 1 
2 


2 















Totals 



200 2760 617 12-16 11-20 31 23 21 15 4 12 72 



FG%- Kentucky 385. Morylond 450 3FG% Kentucky 286, Morylond .353 
FT^ ■ Kentucky .645, Maryland .667 Technicol Fouls Kentucky bench- OKicioll 
Karl Hess John Clovgherty, Curtis Show. Altendonce 14 500 

Kentucky (44) 27 39 - 66 

Maryland (8-2) 34 38 T 

Cm I I • Maryland 69, 
Ceorce Mason 66 

COLLEGE PARK. Md - Lonny Baxter hod 20 points ond 13 re- 
bounds OS No. 14 Morylond shook off the effects of o 16-day layoff 
ond used o lole surge to defeot George Moson 69-66 

Terence Morris scored 20 points for the Terrapins who took the 
lead for good when Moms mode one of h«) foul shots with 1 23 left. It 
was the 70Th stroight norKOnference home win for the Terrapins. 

After Morris' free throw put the Terrapins up 65-64 Erik Herring 



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misfired for the Potriots and Mike Mordesich hil o shorl hook to moke it 
67-64 with one minute to go, Morris clinched the win by sinking one of 
two foul shots with 7.5 seconds remoining 

George Evons scored 17 points for the Patriots. 



MAIiYlAND 69, GEORGE MASON 66 

Alltirst Court at Cole Field House - Dec 27, 1999 

George Moson Min FG 3FG FT OO Reb F A T B 



Holdon 

Herring 

E.ons 

r'r;ce 

Anderson 

Young 

Dorsett 

Lorroncgo 

Teom 

Totals 

Moiyland 

Miller 

Moms 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Elole 

Mi.cholos 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Teom 

Totals 



f 31 4-15 M 0-0 

f 28 5-15 3-8 OO 

c 36 7-13 0-0 3-5 

g 32 2-4 1-1 00 



g IJ 1-5 

13 M 

21 48 

24 2-3 



02 1-2 

00 0-0 

3-7 OO 

0-1 4-4 



44 8 

1-3 4 

5-6 11 

Ol 1 

1-1 2 

1-2 3 

2-1 3 

2-2 4 

0-0 



2 13 

3 17 



200 2S66 8-23 8-11 16-2036 22 12 18 3 12 66 



Min FG 3FG FT 

t 35 2-3 1-1 1-2 

f 36 6-9 02 8-11 

c 30 7-14 0-0 6-7 

g 35 6-15 01 1-2 

g 36 2-7 04 0-0 

12 01 

14 2-3 

2 01 



&D Reb F A T 

03 3 I t I 



OO 2-4 
OO OO 
0-0 00 



2-7 9 

5-8 13 

1-1 2 

1-4 5 

0-0 

1-1 2 

01 1 

2-1 3 



200 25J3 1-8 18-26 12-26 38 11 19 18 8 14 69 



FG% ■ George Moson .379, Morylond 472, 3FG% - George Mason .348, Mory- 
lond .125. FT% - George Mason .727, Morylond .692 Technical Fouls; None. 
Officials: Mike Wood, Duke Edsall, Steve Gordon. Attendance: 14,500 

3e,Drge Moson (5-5) 36 30 66 

.Morylond (9-2| 37 32 - 69 

Cm I 2 • Maryland 8S. UMBC 5S 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -Terence Morris scored 17 points ond No, 
14 Maryland extended its non-feogue home winning streokto 71 gomes, 
limiting Maryland-Baltimore County to 19 first-half points as part of an 
82-52 victory. 

Danny Miller hod a career-high 16 points for the Terrapins who 
completed on entire decode without losing to o non-conference oppo- 
nent at Cole Field House. The run, which began in December 1989, is 
the longest of its kind in the nation, 

Maryland never trailed in its season-high fourth stroight victory, Jus- 
tin Wilson scored 13 points for the Retrievers who hod as many turn- 
overs ( 19| as points in the first holf. UMBC went 20-for-69 (29 percent) 
from the field and missed 21 of 25 shots from 3-point range. 

The Terrapins led 41-19 before opening the second half with a 16-1 
run thot mode it 57-20 with 13 minutes still to ploy. Calvin McCall, the 
starting quarterback for the Morylond football team, sow oction for the 
first time and made two free throws in the run. He is the first Maryland 
football ployer to score for the boskefboli team since Lubo Zizokovic in 
1992. 



MARYLAND 82, UMBC 52 

Alltirst Court at Cole Field House - Dec. 30, 1999 



UMBC 

Morhn, 6 

Morlin, K. 

Okafor 

Wilson 

Word 

Woshington 

Green 

Williams 

Kindelmann 

Grunnum 

Teom 

Totols 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxler 

Dixon 

Bloke 

McColl 

Nicirolas 

Hahn 

Cephos 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Team 

Totols 



3FG FT 

OO 1-2 



Min FG 

( 14 1-3 

( 21 2-7 

c 16 1-5 

g 40 5-17 3-9 OO 

g 28 3-16 Ml 2-2 

17 0-4 



OO 4-9 
00 OO 



aO Reb F 

2-1 3 1 
7-5 12 3 
4-4 8 2 
3 
2 



27 4-6 

2 00 

24 4-7 

11 04 



03 0-0 

00 1-2 

OO OO 

02 01 



1-1 
OO 

1-1 

45 
OO 
01 

2-1 
2-1 




2 

1 5 
5 1 



B S 



1 1 



200 20A9 4-25 8-16 23-20 43 22 9 25 4 9 52 



Min FG 

1 29 5-9 
I 26 5-9 



3FG FT 
2-4 4-4 



25 4-10 OO a 
25 38 02 OO 



19 2-3 
13 01 
26 5-8 

2 OO 

3 1-3 

20 2-2 
12 02 



01 
01 
2-5 



OO 2-2 

OO OO 

00 24 

OO 1-4 



02 
2-7 
4-5 
3-2 
Ol 
10 
03 
lO 
02 
2-5 
1-2 
02 



200 27-55 4-14 24-34 1431 45 17 22 19 8 17 82 



FG%- UMBC .290 Morylond 491 3FG%-UMBC 160 Morylond 286 FT%- 
UMBC 500, Maryland .706. Technical Fouls: None Ofticiols: Larry Rose, Terry 
Nobles, Alon Spoinhour Attendonce: 14,500, 



UMBC (4-5) 19 33 

Morylond (102) 41 41 



52 
82 



Cm I 3 • Maryland I OQ, 
Coastal Carolina 48 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, - Lonny Baxter scored 10 points in the first 
half OS No, 14 Maryland built a 24-point lead ond cruised to itsnotion's- 
longest 72nd straight non-conference home victory, 1 00-48 over Coostol 
Carolina, 

Juon Dixon hod 1 8 points and 10 rebounds for the Terrapins, while 
Boxter finished with 14 points. 

Coastal Carolina missed its first nine shots ond hod six turnovers in 
foiling behind 16-0 Maryland led 44-20 at holftime, then opened the 
second half with on 1 1 -0 run to go oheod by 35, 

Baxter hod o dunk and layup in Maryland's opening 1 6-point run, 
which finally ended on o 3-pointer by Brondon Newby with 7: 1 6 gone. 
It wos 29-11 before Baxter scored six points during a 9-2 spurt that 
boosted the morgin to 25 points, 

Coostol Corolino shot 28 percent in the first holf and hod 12 turn- 
overs, Newby come off the bench to lead the Chonticliers with 1 3 points. 



MARYLAND 1 00, COASTAL CAROLINA 48 

Alllirsl Courl ol Cole Field House -Jon 2, 2000 

C, Corolino Min FG 3FG F 0-D Reb F 



Gtodieux 

Butler 

Davis 

Miles 

Wright 

Shannon 

Newby 

Robinson 

Reed 

Paige 

Susnjara 

Hinckson 

Team 

Totals 

Morylond 

Miller 

Moms 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

McCall 

Nicholos 

Hohit 

Cephas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Teom 

Totals 



f 26 2-8 
f 22 3-8 
c 26 3-8 



02 02 
01 1-2 
OO Ol 



24 012 0-4 3-6 

19 Ol 01 00 

13 03 02 0-0 

23 5-10 3-5 OO 

7 1-2 OO 2-3 



7 OO 

5 OO 

9 3-3 

19 U 



OO OO 

OO OO 

OO 1-2 

OO 2-5 



2-2 

1-1 

2-5 

3-3 

OO 

1-1 

02 

01 

1-2 

00 

1-3 4 

2-2 4 

1-2 3 



1 1 

2 1 



Pts 

4 
7 
6 
3 


13 
4 


7 



200 18-59 3-15 9-21 1424 38 20 10 26 5 48 



Min FG 

F 25 4-7 
t 23 3-6 

: 20 5-10 

I 27 8-14 02 2-4 



3FG FT 

24 3-3 

1-2 0-0 

OO 4-5 



24 410 
17 3-7 
22 3-6 



15 2-3 
12 2-4 



2-5 0-0 

01 2-2 

1-2 00 

OO 2-4 

OO 00 

OO 1-2 



8-2 10 
1-2 3 



2-1 
03 
OO 
1-1 
1-3 
1-2 



200 36-72 7-18 21-28 17-3451 20 30 13 7 12 100 



FGIi ■ Coostol Carolina ,305, Morylond .500 3FG% - Coastal Corolino 200 
Maryland 389. FT% ■ Coastal Carolina 429, Morylond 750 Technical Fouls: 
None. Officials: Steve Gordon. Reginald Cofer, Timothy Nestor Attendance: 14,402. 



C. Carolina (2-9| 
Morylond (11-21 



20 



48 
100 



Cm I 4 • NC State B8, Maryland EE 

RALEIGH, N.C. -Justin Gomey hit o jumper from the right of the foul 
line with 1 .3 seconds left to give NC State a 68-66 victory over Mory- 
lond in the Atlanhc Coast Conference opener for both teams. 

The Terrapins tied the gome 66-66 on Danny Miller's basket with 
1 8 seconds to go. When NC State got the ball bock, Goiney neorly ran 
out the clock ond hit the 15-foot jumper for the win. Terence Morris' 
long 3-point attempt for Morylond missed at the buzzer, 

Morris led Maryland with 20 points and 12 rebounds, while Juon 
Dixon had 14 points and Lonny Baxter and Miller each hod 12, 

The Wotfpock pushed the lead to 64-58 when Domien Wilkins hit 
hwo foul shots with 3:36 remaining, but Dixon mode two baskets to moke 
it 64-66 with 1:21 logo. 

The Wolfpock, down 27-25 at holftime, opened the second half with 
three straight baskets to go up 31-30 The leod changed four more times 
before NC State went oheod 36-34 on Wilkins' free throw with 15:56 
left, NC State increosed its leod to 46-40 on Goiney's 3-pointer with 
13:00 remoining, but Morylond went oheod 54-53 on Dixon's bosket 
with 6:46 to go, Anthony Grundy hit a 3-point shot to put the Wolfpack 
ahead ogoin 58-56 with 5:45 left, Grundy finished with 14 points. 

NC STATE 68, MARYLAND 66 

t^oleigh Enlertoinment ond Sports Areno - Jan 6, 2000 
Maryland Min FG 3FG FT OJ) Reb F 



Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

McCall 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Team 

TolaU 



( 31 5-9 

( 37 8-18 

L 25 48 

) 31 711 

3 37 2-6 

6 OO 

11 Ol 

19 1-5 

3 OO 



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



00 4-4 

01 01 

02 2-2 
0-6 OO 
OO OO 
OO OO 
OO OO 



M 12 
3-3 6 



1-6 

04 
00 
0-0 
4-0 

OO 
2-1 



200 27,58 412 8-11 16-23 39 17 16 25 9 10 66 



Min FG 3FG FT aD Reb F A T B 5 

: 34 2-9 01 4-6 5-2704121 



Inge 


f 


30 2-8 


OO 


34 


54 


9 


2 





1 


1 


t 


7 


Thornton 


c 


25 6-12 


1-2 


24 


4-3 


7 


4 


1 


2 


1 


3 


15 


Grundy 


q 


32 6-12 


14 


1-1 


02 


2 


2 


2 


4 





5 


14 


Goiney 


<f 


31 6-11 


2-3 


0-3 


Ol 


1 





2 


2 





1 


14 


Miller 




12 1-2 


1-2 


OO 


01 


1 





1 


2 








3 


Crowlord 




4 OO 


OO 


OO 


OO 





1 





1 





1 





Williams 




9 OO 


OO 


00 


01 


1 


2 


1 


1 











Kelley 




23 3-12 


OO 


1-2 


6-2 


8 


2 





1 





1 


7 


Team 










2-1 


3 















Totals 



200 2Mb 5-12 11-20 22-17 39 13 11 15 4 13 68 



FG% - Morylond, 466, NC Slate 394 3FG% - Morylond 333, NC Stole 417 
Fr% - Morylond 727 NC Stole 550 Technical Fouls None, Oftiools: Korl Hess, 
Mike Wood, Ted Valentine Attendance: 19,525. 



Morylond (11-3, 01 ACC) 
NC Stole (101, 10 ACC) 



27 
25 



39 
43 



66 

6B 



Cm I 5 • Duke 80, Maryland 70 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Chris Corraweil scored 20 points and No 
8 Duke defeated No. 12 Morylond, 80-70, in Cole Field House. Fresh- 
mon Corlos Boozer had 17 points and 15 rebounds for Duke, which 
took odvantage of some poor shooting by Maryland to take o 14-4 
lead with just over five minutes elapsed in the gome. 

The Terrapins missed 20 of their first 25 shots from the field but were 
only down 39-34 at holftime. A jumper in the lone by Juan Dixon pulled 
Maryland to 51-47 with 1 1 :06 to ploy but Corraweil hit o 3-pointer to 
start a 13-1 run. He made his second trey during the run for o 61-48 
lead with 7:58 left, and Shone Battier, who finished with 14 points, nine 
rebounds and seven blocks, ended the run with o three-point play with 
7:33 to go 

Maryland got no closer than seven the rest of the woy. Terence 
Morris hod 18 points and 13 rebounds for the Terropins, while Lonny 
Boxter added 14 points ond 16 rebounds 



DUKE 80, MARYLAND 70 

Atllirst Court ot Cole Field House -Jon 9, 2000 



Duke 

Corrowell 

Battier 

Boozer 

James 

Williams 

Horvath 

Dunteavy 

Christensen 

Teom 

Totals 

Morylond 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Blake 

McCall 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 3FG Ff 
f 36 712 20 4-5 



f 30 413 

c 26 6-10 

3 36 5-11 

3 34 3-8 

6 1-3 

28 2-6 

4 01 



14 5-5 

OO 5-7 

2-7 OO 

04 OO 

1-3 OO 

1-3 3-6 



0-D Reb F 

02 2 2 

1-8 9 5 

6-9 15 1 

3-3 6 3 



0-5 
01 



03 3 

1-1 2 



A T 

4 1 
1 1 
3 1 
3 5 

5 8 
1 



Pts 
20 
14 



24 6 
200 28^S4 7-24 17-23 13-36 49 18 20 21 12 



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



f 33 2-8 1-2 1-2 

I 35 6-15 03 bJ 

c 30 723 00 04 

g 30 6tl8 

g 38 5-13 

9 14 

8 1-1 
16 1-3 

1 OO 



2-7 OO 

02 00 

I-l OO 

OO 02 



1-2 3 

8-5 13 

106 16 

04 4 

0-6 6 

01 1 

OO 

2-2 4 

OO 

40 4 



1 2 

2 2 
4 1 
1 1 



200 29-85 418 8-17 25-2651 21 18 14 9 12 70 

FG%-Duke 438, Maryland 341, 3FG%-Duke 292, Morylond 222 Fr%-Duke 
739, Maryland, ,471, Technicol Fouls: None Officials: Rick Horlzell, Larry Rose, 
John Cohill, Attendonce: 14500. 



Duke (11-2, 2-0) 
Maryland (114, 02) 



39 41 

34 36 



Cm I E • Ceorcia Tech E9, 
Maryland E8 

ATLANTA, Go. - Shoun Fein scored 17 points and made four 3- 
pointers to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 69-68 upset of No. 18 Mary- 
land. Juan Dixon scored a coreer-high 31 points for the Terropins, but 
couldn't get off o shot at the end, sending Morylond to its third straight 
loss. 

Dixon blocked a shot by Fein with 15 seconds left. Morylond hur- 
ried down the court and got the boll in the hands of its leading scorer, 
who drove in the lone but hod the ball knocked away as he attempted to 
pass, 

Tech fell behind by 1 1 points in the first half before Fein hit o pair of 
treys during a run that cut Maryland's lead to 39-35 at the break. He 
finished 4-of-7 from outside the arc and Tech was 9-of-17 overall, taking 
advantage of Maryland's focus on 7-foof Joson Collier ond 6-11 Alvin 
Jones, 

The Yellow Jackets started the second half with o 12-2 spurt, going 
oheod for good when Collier tipped in a missed shot with 17:18 remain- 
ing. The Terps closed to 67-65 when Terence Morris wos fouled on o 3- 
pointer and hit all three shots from the line with 1 :01 left. 



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•no'icl Cotiiirtm 01 McDonald's Center -Jan. 15. 2000 

MnFG 3FGFT CWMlFATSSPli 



jiJilOf 

Dijton 

Sbke 

Nichoioi 

MotdejicK 

Holden 

Mrrnll 

I.,,,,, 

lotoli 



floyd 



Aikeni 
Fein 
Bobul 
Moore 

Vinei 
Tfor.1 
Totoli 



f 33 3-4 
I 3B 4.12 
c 20 6^14 



23 00 
0-1 3-3 
00 0-1 



34 lOie 1-2 iai2 33 



31 28 

15 0-2 

19 0-4 

B 1-2 

2 00 



0-1 00 

0-2 00 

00 00 

00 00 

00 00 



I I 

3 3 



200 2M6 3.9 13-16 14-25 39 22 U 16 I II 6B 



Min FG 3FG FT OO lieb F A T B S Ph 



I 31 511 

i 32 3-8 

c 35 2-6 

9 24 3-8 

g 36 5-10 

15 2-3 

4 00 

23 2-4 



00 6-9 

2-3 00 

4-7 3-4 

00 2-2 

00 00 

2-3 00 



2-2 4 
2-11 13 
3-5 B 



0-2 
0-3 
1-1 
00 
O-I 
0-3 



200 22-50 917 16-24 8-28 36 15 U 21 6 6 69 



FG^-Mofyiond 394. Georgio Tech 440 GFCo ■ Morylond 333, Georgia Tecl' 
529 FT% ■ Morylond 813, Georgio Tech 667 Techmcol Food None OlficioU 
Mike Wood, Reginold CoFer, Zellon Steed Anendonce 7.892 



Mory(and|l1-5.0-3| 
Georgio Tech [8-7 1-2) 



39 29 

35 34 



68 
69 



Cm I 7 • Maryland 73. 
Wake Forest 5 I 

COLLEGE PARK. Md -Lonny Baxter scored 12o(his ISpointsino 
game-opening 24-4 run as Maryland defected Wake Forest 73-51 

Juan Dixon also hod 18 points and reserve forward Tohj Holden 
contributed a coreer-fiigh 17 for the Terrapins, wfio never trailed wtiite 
ending o tfiree-gome losing skid 

Dorius Songoilo scored 14 points for Woke Forest The Demon Dea- 
cons, who averaged an ACC-best 14 turnovers per gome, hod 13 by 
holftime and finished with 20. They shot just 29 percent, including 2-for- 
1 from 3point ronge. 

Maryland mode its first nine shots for on 18-2 leod with four minutes 
elapsed. Songoilo scored for the Demon Deacons, but two dunks and o 
follow shot by Boxter made it 24-4 Minutes later, Baxter scored on o 
fdnve to put the Terrapins up 29-10 At that point, Baxter wos seven-for- 
seven ond Woke Forest wos four-lor-20 with 1 1 turnovers, 

MARYIAND 73, WAKE FOREST 5 1 

Alllini Couii 01 Cole Field House -Jon 19, 2000 



Woke Forwt 


MIn 


FG 


3FG 


R 


ao 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pis 


Songoilo 


1 28 


711 


0-0 


0-0 


3-6 


9 


2 


2 


I 


1 





14 


'^unoy 


1 21 


2-4 


0-0 


OO 


\] 


2 


2 


2 


3 





1 


4 


Vidourrelo 


c 11 


1-5 


00 


\\ 


2-1 


3 


4 





3 








3 


O'Kelley 


9 26 


1-9 


00 


2-2 


0-2 


2 








4 





1 


4 


Dowjon 


9 24 


3-9 


25 


2-2 


05 


5 





2 


1 





1 


10 


Hicks 


21 


0^i 


01 


2-4 


2-3 


5 





1 


1 








2 


Howord 


14 


12 


OO 


1-2 


5-1 


6 





2 











3 


Fitzpotrick 


7 


05 


0-2 


2-2 


10 


1 














1 


2 


Fuller 


1 


OO 


00 


00 


01 


1 


1 

















Artnze 


6 


1-3 


OO 


00 


00 





1 





2 





2 


2 


Scott 


13 


02 


01 


OO 


01 


1 


2 





1 


1 








Shoemoker 


17 


2-3 


0-0 


2-3 


1-5 


6 


1 


1 


3 





1 


6 


Decker 


11 


03 


Ol 


1-2 


2-1 


3 


4 





1 








1 


Teom 










12 


3 














Tolols 


200 18«2 


2-10 13-18 


18-29 47 17 


10 


20 


2 


7 


51 


Ma^lond 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


aO Reb 




A 


T 


B 


S 


Ptj 


Millei 


1 34 


4-8 


OO 


00 


1-3 


4 




4 





1 


2 


8 


Morris 


1 31 


3-11 


04 


M 


2-5 


7 




2 


4 


7 


4 


7 


Boxter 


c 21 


9-12 


00 


02 


1-2 


3 










2 


1 


IB 


Oixon 


q 37 


9-18 


0-1 


OO 


2-6 


8 




6 


3 


1 


5 


18 


Bloke 


q 29 


1-6 


0-3 


00 


0-3 


3 




7 


3 








2 


McColl 


2 


ai 


00 


00 


0-0 






















Nicholos 


9 


01 


0-1 


00 


OO 







1 














Hohn 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


OO 










1 








2 


Cephos 


4 


OO 


OO 


1-2 


OO 



















1 


Mordesich 


13 


0-2 


00 


00 


1-1 


2 







2 


1 








Holden 


18 


5-7 


33 


4-6 


2-4 


6 




1 











17 


Teom 










04 


4 






1 








Totoli 


200 31-66 


3-12 


8-13 


9-28 37 20 21 


14 


12 


12 


73 



FG\ - Woke Forest 290 Morylond 470 3fG=l - Woke Forest 200. Morylond 
250, FT% - Woke Forest .722, Morylond 615 Technicol Fouls: None Officials 
Korl Hess, Duke Edsall, Ted Valenhne. Altendonce 14.319 



Woke Forest (11-6, 2-31 27 24 
Morylond 1 12-5, 1-31 37 36 



51 
73 



Cm I 8 • Maryland 74, Clemson 62 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Playing without junior AlLAmerican Terence 
Morris wos no problem for No 24 Morylond, which simply turned up 
the defense and unleoshed freshman Tohj l-lotden on unsuspecting 
Clemson. Holden had 12 points and 1 rebounds in his first career stort 
ond the Terropins allowed only eight hrst-holf boskets in honding the 
Tigers o 74-62 loss, their sixth stroight. 

The Terrapins prevailed despite the obsence of Morris, who sprained 
his left ankle one game eoHier against Woke Forest. Morris hod played 
in 83 stroight games, including 51 consecutive starts. 

Holden performed more thon odequotety in his place. Holden. o 6- 
foot- 1 freshmon, backed up o 1 7-point performonce against Woke For- 
est with his first coreer double-double and also blocked five shots, 

Juan Dixon scored a Maryland-high 18 points ond Donny Miller 15 
for the Terropins All five Terp starters scored tn double digits, including 
10 opiece from Lonny Boxter ond freshman point guord Steve Bloke 

Andrius Jurkunas scored 16 for Clemson The Tigers, who lost tost 
their first five ACC gomes in 1993, were held winless since Dec 29. 
Will Solomon, who come in overoging an ACC-best 21,6 points per 
game, scored 12 on 4-for-14 shooting. 



MARYLAND 74, CLEMSON 62 

Allfirsi Court ot Cole Field House - Jon 22. 2000 



Min FG 3FG FT 

( 27 4-6 34 5-6 

I 25 02 0-1 ao 

c 38 6-16 00 2-6 



g 37 4-14 

g 30 4-10 

17 3-5 

26 1-3 



Clemson 

Jurkunos 

Holt 

Allenspoch 

Solomon 

Bains 

Broddick 

Gilmore 

Teom 

Tdali 

Maryland 

Miller 

Holden 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

McColl 8 a2 

Nicholos 15 1-7 

Cephos 1 0-0 

Mordesich 19 3-6 

Team 



OJ) Reb F A T 



1-4 3-3 

1-4 M 



3-4 
05 
4-1 
04 
2-2 
2-2 
1-4 
13 



200 22-56 614 12-17 13-25 38 18 15 17 2 6 62 



Min FG 3FG FT 00 Reb F A T B S Pis 



f 33 6-17 3-13 02 112 2 4 2 
I 23 4-6 0-1 4-7 5-5 10 3 1 5 1 
c 35 4-11 0-0 2-3 3-6920140 



36 5-11 4-7 4-4 



1-! 



g 30 3-5 2.4 2-2 02 2 3 7 2 5 
8 a2 OO 0-0 2-0211100 

1-4 OO 10 1 1 1 I 
OOOO 0-0000000 
00 ao 32532110 

0.1 1 



15 
12 
10 

9 3 2 2 1 1 18 
10 

3 

6 



Totals 



200 2645 103112-18 16-2541 18 16 11 11 8 74 



FG% Clemson .393, Morylond .400. 3FG% Clemson 429. Morylond .323 
FT% Clemson 706, Morylond 667 Technicol Fouls: None Officials John 
Clougherty, Steve Gordon. Michoel Kills Altendonce 14.500 



Clemson |6-12. a5| 22 40 

Morylond(l3-5, 231 38 36 



62 



Cm I 9 • North Carolina 75, 
Maryland 63 

CHAPEL HILL, N C. - North Corolino ovoided its first five^ame los- 
ing streak since 1952 OS Brendan Hoywood matched his career-high 
with 24 points in o 75-63 victory over No. 21 Morylond. 

Maryland led by as many as 1 1 points in the first holf and seven at 
holftime. but the Tor Heels stormed bock in the eorly portion of the sec- 
ond holf to end a stretch of six losses in nine games. Maryland made 10 
of its firsi 17 3-pointers, but o 14-0 North Carolina run midwoy through 
the second half turned the game around and put the Tor Heels up 59- 
50 

The Terrapins closed to 62-60 with 5 34 left on o 3-pointer by Juan 
Dixon, who scored 22 points, but then the 7-fool Haywood became o 
force After on offensive rebound and follow byjulius Peppers, Haywood 
had o follow slom on its ensuing possession, forced a turnover on the 
defensive end and noiled two fiee throws as the Tor Heels went bock up 
by eight with 3:20 remoining They closed the gome with o 13-3 run 

The gome was pushed back 24 hours becouse of o 20^nch snow- 
storm thot hit the area, and mony of North Corolino's regular fons were 
obsenf. That meont students, the mojorily of which usuolly sit in the upper 
deck of the Smith Center, were allowed on the lower level and the in- 
creased noise seemed to oid the Tor Heels early in the second half 



NORTH CAROUNA 75, MARYLAND 63 
Deon E Smith Center - Jon 27 2000 
Morylond Min FG 3FG FT 

I 27 15 02 2-2 
f 34 6-11 35 1-2 
c 31 5-8 00 2-6 
g 37 8-20 4-7 2-2 
g 35 1-7 1-6 00 
15 0-4 02 OO 
11 01 OO OO 
10 2-5 2-5 00 



Millei 

Morns 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Holden 

Mordesich 

Nicholas 

Teom 

Totals 



OO Reb F 

1-1 2 3 

4-6 10 3 

5-4 9 4 



2 

3 
2 
4 1110 

2 I I 1 



1 12 
3 22 

2 3 
1 


6 



No. Corolino 

Copel 

Long 

Hoywood 

Forte 

Colo 

Owens 

Peppers 

Holmes 

Johnson 

Newby 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 
( 32 3-7 
I 28 e>-u 
c 32 79 
9 36 2-9 
g 39 3-9 

7 

19 

1 

2 



3FG n OO Reb F A T B S Ph 



1-2 

1-J 
00 
00 

01 



1-4 4-4 

00 u 

00 1011 

1-3 2-2 

2-3 3-4 

M 2-2 

00 2-4 

00 00 

00 00 

01 00 



5-7 12 2 5 4 11 



1 I 

3 4 

8 4 



I 









200 2^53 5-12 24J1 17-2542 13 18 16 3 9 75 



FG\ - Morylond 377 Nor* Corolmo 434 3fG°-» - Morylond 370. North Coro- 
lino .417 Fr% - Morylond 583. North Corolino 774 Technicol Fouls None Ofli- 
ciols Duke Edsall. Andre Polillo, Roy Noiiii Attendance 15,455. 



Morylond (13-6, 2-4| 41 22 

No, Corolino 112-8, 3-3) 34 41 



63 
75 



Cm 20 • Maryland 82, 
Florida State 63 

TALLAHASSEE, Flo - Lonny Baxter scored 22 of his 24 points in the 
first holf ond No 21 Maryland manhondled Florido Stole 82-63 

The Terropins never trailed and held a 45-3 5 lead at holftime Florida 
Stole closed within five points during the second holf, but never mon- 
oged to narrow the gop ony further The Seminoles shot just 35 percent 
compared to 48 percent by Morylond. 

Juon Dixon odded 23 points for Morylond and Terence Morris and 
Donny Miller hod 10 apiece. 



MARYLAND 82, FLORIDA STATE 63 

leon Counly Civic Cenler - Jon 29 2000 



Maryland 

Morris 

Miller 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

McColl 

Nicholas 

Mordeisch 

Holden 

Cephas 

Team 

Totals 

Florida Slate 

Anderson 

Simmons 

Anderson 

Arrington 

Hole 

Dixon 

Crawford 

Tucker 

Chlebek 

pixon 

Moll 

Teom 

Tolols 



Min FG 3FG H 

I 33 49 OO 2-3 

f 30 4-5 0-0 2-3 

c 25 8-16 0^ 8-11 

9 32 714 2-4 7-8 

9 36 0-2 01 2-2 



O-D Reb F A 
4-4 8 4 3 



2 OO 

13 4-7 

4 0-3 

19 2-2 

6 0-2 



00 OO 

1-4 OO 

0-0 00 

OO 0-2 

00 00 



Ol 1 

5-2 7 

2-2 4 

04 4 

01 1 

11 2 



01 1 

2-1 3 



3 1 




B S PU 

4 3 10 

2 10 

1 I 24 
4 23 
2 2 



1 9 



1 1 4 




200 29-60 3-9 21-29 14-23 37 20 21 7 7 13 82 



Min 

I 37 

f 27 

c 11 

g 36 

g 31 

9 

U 

15 

2 

9 

12 



FG 
4-14 
1-4 
01 
2-6 
6-16 
02 
2-4 
1-3 
01 
3-3 
OO 



3FG FT OO Rob F A T B S Ph 



2-9 2-3 

01 02 

OO 2-2 

1-2 2-2 

2-4 710 

ai OO 

1-2 OO 

00 2-2 

01 OO 
OO 00 



200 19-54 6-20 19-25 16-22 38 24 11 IB 3 2 63 



FG% - Maryland 483, Floi.do Stole 352 3FG% - Morylond 333, Flondo Stole 
-300. FT% . Morylond .724, Florida Stole 760 Technicol Fouls None OHiciols. 
Lorry Rose, Duke Edsall. Jamie Luckie. Altendonce 5,534 

Morylond 114-6, 3-4) 45 37 82 

Flondo Stole 18- 10 3-41 35 28 63 

Cm 2 I • Maryland 9 I , Virginia 79 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - Lonny Baxter scored 24 points and Terence 
Morris hod 18 points and 11 rebounds OS No 21 Morylond ended 
Virginia's five-gome winning streak with o 91-79 victory. 

Baxter, a burly 260^ound forward, hod his way with Virginia's over- 
motched front line He was aided by the lanky Morris, who helped Mory- 
lond dominate inside. 

Juan Dixon scored 19 points for the Terropins who mode a seoson- 
high 30 free throws ond oulrebounded Virginio 39-26. Chris Willioms 
scored 22 for the Covoliers while Donald Hond, Virginia's leading scorer, 
missed his first seven shots and finished with five points 

Morylond led 49-47 before Baxter scored in the lone, Morris hit o 
hook ond Mike Mordesich got a tip-in to make it 55-47, Adorn Holl 
stopped the run with o 3-poinler, and his three-point ploy minutes later 
brought the Covoliers lo 60-55 

Morris then mode two foul shots ond Baxter scored in the lane to 
spork on 11-3 run thot put Maryland up 71-58 with 8:04 left. 



200 23^1 1027 7-12 15-16 31 23 16 15 4 11 63 



I04 



l-999^000-ReyJelM| 



MARYLAND 91, VIRGINIA 79 

Alllirsl Courl at Cole field House ■ Feb 2. 2000 

Virginia Min FG 3FG FT &D Rob F A T B S Pis 

Detsch ( 6 ai ai 0-0 0-1 1 2 1 1 I 

W.ll.oms f 34 9.19 1-3 3-6 4-2621000 22 

Waison c 30 3-6 0-0 00 1-3430300 6 

Hnnd g 25 1-9 0-2 3-4 0-0045301 5 

Holl g 28 5-8 3-5 1-1 2-2432603 14 

Dotidon 21 1-3 0-12-2 0-3324100 4 

Mopp 18 2-5 2-4 0-0 0-0014201 6 

Fnei 9 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-0030000 8 

Moson 20 2-6 1-2 5-4 1-0 1 5 1 1 1 10 

Hate 2 aO 0-0 ao 0-0001000 

Rogers 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 M 2 

Lemcke 1 M 0-0 0-0 0-0001001 2 

Duchorme 4 00 aO 0-0 ai 1 1 1 1 

Teom 23 5 



Totals 



200 28-62 9-20 14-19 10-15 25 26 20 18 2 7 79 



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

Miller f 35 5-6 1-1 3-4 1-2 3 3 5 5 1 14 

Morris I 33 5-8 2-4 6-6 1-10 H 3 3 2 18 

Boxler c 31 9-14 0-0 6-8 3-5 8 4 2 2 2 24 

Dixon g 38 frl3 0-1 7-10 1-2 3 3 6 6 1 4 19 

Bloke g 29 13 M 3-4 1-6736201 5 

Nicholos 14 01 0-0 2-2 0-11 12 10 2 

Hohn 1 00 0-0 0-0 OO 1 

Cephos 10-0 MM 0-0000000 

Mordesicd 8 0-6 0-0 2-2 4-1500000 8 

Holdcn 10 3-0 0-0 1-2 0-0011011 1 

Teom 0-1 1 



Totals 



200 29-51 3-6 30J8 11-28 39 18 23 19 5 8 91 



FG%-Virginio 452, Morylond 569 3FG%-Virginio 450 Morylond .500 FT/o 
- Virginia 737 Morylond .789 Technicol Fouls None. Officials: Karl Hess, Bob 
Donoto, Leslie Jones, Attendance: 14,500 



Virginia 115^, 5-3| 36 43 

Morylond (15-6, 4-4| 41 50 



79 
91 



Cm SS • Maryland 78, IMC State 73 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Lonny Baxter scored a career-high 31 points 
ond led a furious comebock as Maryland overcame a 12-point deficil in 
the final seven minutes to beat NC State, 78-73. 

Juan Dixon added 1 7 points for the Terrapins who scored the game's 
final 10 points after falling behind 73-68 v/ith 2:59 left. Justin Goiney 
scored 21 points and Anthony Grundy 16 for the Wolfpock. 

NC State led by 1 7 in the hrst half but ended up falling to 0-4 on the 
rood in the ACC A 3-pointer by Goiney mode it 58-51 v/ith 10 minutes 
left, and his two free throws sparked a 7-0 run that put the Wolfpock up 
65-53 with 7:03 to go. Minutes later, Goiney hit two foul shots to make 
it 71-63. 

Then Maryland took charge. Boxter mode a three-point play ond 
Terence Morris sank two free throws. After o basket by NC State, the 
Wolfpack's Damon Thornton was called for his fifth foul ond received o 
technical, too, Juan Dixon made the two foul shots, then scored from the 
baseline to make it 73-72 with 2:33 left. 

After Grundy missed two free throws, a short hook by Boxter with 
1:15 left gave Maryland its first leod since 2-0. Baxter then hit a ioyup 
with 40 seconds left for a 76-73 lead, and the Wolfpack's lost gasp 
failed when Marshall Williams fired on air-boll from 3-point range. 

MARYLAND 78, NC STATE 73 

Allfirst Court ol Cole field House - Feb. 6, 2000 

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

V^ilkins I 25 3-4 1-12-41-01423029 

Inge f 32 3-7 0-0 1-2 37 10 4 2 3 1 1 7 

Thornton c 32 6-9 0-0 0-0 3-8 11 5 6 5 1 12 

Grundy g 32 511 2-6 4-7 0! 1 3 3 4 1 1 16 

Goiney g 36 6-9 4-5 5-5 0-3 3 3 1 1 3 3 21 

Miller 17 2-8 2-7 0-0 a4 4 I 3 4 6 

V^ells 10-0 M 0-0 0-0000000 

Willioms, M. 18 1-5 a3 OO a3 3 1 2 2 2 

Williams, C 7 M 0-0 0-0 01 1 1 1 

Team 3-0 3 



Totols 



200 26^3 9-22 12-18 10-2737 21 13 24 11 8 73 



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

Morris f 38 5-15 1-3 5-6 37 10 1 1 4 2 16 

Holden ( 8 0-2 0-0 0-0 &1 1 3 

Baxter c 33 14-22 00 3-6 6^ 10 3 1 I 7 2 31 

Dixon g 36 5-15 a2 7-8 3-1416305 17 

Miller g 35 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-4423302 9 

Nicholos 17 2-3 OO M ai 1 2 2 1 4 

Cephos 10-0 0-0 0-0 M 

Bloke 29 ai M 1-6 1-0148000 1 

Moidesich 3 0-0 M M 0-1 1 1 

Teom ai 1 



Totals 



200 3064 2-7 16-26 13-20 33 17 21 12 9 9 78 



FG% - NC Stale 491, Morylond .469. 3FG% - NC Stole .409, Morylond .286 
FT% - NC State .667 Maryland .615. Technical Fouls: Damon Thornton, NC Stole 
Officials: John Clougherty, Gerald Boudreaux, Michael Kitts Attendonce: 14,500 



NC State 115-5, 541 
Morylond 116-6,541 



32 
49 



73 
78 



Cm S3 • Maryland 98, Duke 87 

DURHAM, N C. - Morylond got 31 points from Juon Dixon and two 
key 3-pointers late by Terence Morris in defeoting Duke, 98-87, to snap 
Duke's record 31-game Atlantic Coost Conference winning streak 

Duke had Ihe nation's longest winning streak snapped at 18 and 
lost in Cameron Indoor Stadium for the first time since Jon 11, 1997 
against Wake Forest - o spon of 46 gomes. 

Dixon's point total matched o career high, while Lonny Baxter added 
22 points and Morris hod 20 os the Terropins tied North Corolino for 
second place in the ACC The gome was tied 83-83 when Morris hit o 
baseline 3-pointer with 3.27 left to give Morylond the leod for good. A 
minute later, he made another shot from beyond the arc and the upset 
was brewing 

Dixon helped seal the win with three fouls shots over the final 31 
seconds as the Terropins outscored Duke 15-4 down the stretch. Neither 
team led by more thon seven points until the final hwo minutes in orgu- 
obly the best ACC gome of the year as both teams shot 53 percent. 

Duke made 13 of its first 1 7 shots, but unlike most of its wins during the 
Cameron streok, the Blue Devils couldn't knock out their opponent, turning 
the boll over 1 2 times in the opening 20 minutes Shone Bottler played oil 
40 minutes and led the Blue Devils with 28 points. 

MARYLAND 98, DUKE 87 

Cameron Indoor Stadium - Feb 9, 2000 

Morylond Min FG 3FG FT &D Reb F A T 8 S Pts 

Miller I 38 6-9 44 0-0 3-2513021 16 

Morris I 35 7-22 3-9 34 57 12 1 2 1 2 5 20 

Boxter c 29 10-17 M 2-2 5-5 10 4 6 3 1 2 22 

Oixon g 35 14-19 0-1 3-5 2-3522403 31 

Slake g 33 3-7 1-3 M OO 3 2 2 2 7 

Holden 17 1-2 01 0-0 0-1121000 2 

Mardesich 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0000000 

Nicholos 8 0-0 OO 0-0 0-0010100 

Team 2-0 2 



Totols 



Duke 



200 41-76 8-18 8-11 171835 14 16 11 5 13 98 



Min FG 3FG FT aO Reb F A T 6 S Pts 

f 35 5-10 1-3 3-3 24 6 3 4 2 3 1 14 

I 40 10-15 6-8 2-3 4-1541303 28 

c 28 2-6 M 2-5 24 6 1 4 6 



Sottier 

Boozer 

James g 33 6-11 1-3 0-0 1-12 2 1112 13 

V/illioms g 31 4-10 14 OO 1-2 3 4 10 7 1 1 9 

Dunleovy 22 6-11 14 0-0 3-3 6 1 3 2 13 

Christensen 11 2-3 0-0 0-0 13 4 110 4 

Teom 2-13 

Totals 200 3566 10-22 711 16-19 35 15 18 20 5 9 87 

FG% . Morylond 539, Duke 530 3FG% - Morylond 444, Duke 455. FT% - 
Maryland. 727 Duke 636. Technical Fouls None Officiols: Mike Wood, Karl Hess, 
Ted Valentine. Attendance 9,314 



Morylond (17-6, 64) 47 51 

Duke|18-3,9.1| 45 42 



98 
87 



Cm 54 • Temple 73, Maryland E5 

PHILADELPHIA, Pa - No 19 Temple beot No. 22 Maryland, 73- 
65, in Q February non<onference game played with the intensity of a 
March tournament matchup. 

Lomonl Barnes, who hod scored in double figures only twice in the 
lost nine gomes, hod 23 points ond Lynn Greer, who was 2-for-ll from 
the field in his last gome and O-for-5 in the first half of this one, scored all 
14 of his points in the second half. The Owls won their ninth straight 
gome overoll and 20th in a row ol home. 

Temple's defense provided its usual numbers, holding Maryland to 
38 percent shooting while forcing 27 turnovers. Greer scored 10 straight 
points for Temple os it took the lead for good. His consecutive 3-pointers 
made it 53-49 with 7:23 left Consecutive jumpers by Mark Kofcher, 
who finished with 1 8 points, gave the Owls a 59-54 lead with 4:33 left. 

Maryland got within 64-60 on a rebound basket by Terence Morris 
with 59 seconds left, but the Owls went 9-for- 1 from the free throw line 
over the final 52 seconds. Morris finished with 17 paints - 1 1 over finol 
six minutes - and 12 rebounds for the Terrapins, juon Dixon hod 21 
points for Morylond, which hnished with a 48-30 rebound odvontoge. 
Lonny Baxter scored 11. 

TEMPLE 73, MARYLAND 65 

The Liocouros Center - Feb 1 3, 2000 

Morylond Min FG 3FG FT CW3 Reb F A T B S Pts 

Miller f 34 2-8 0-5 0-0 1-2313601 4 

Morris ( 36 8-15 1-3 0-0 3-9 12 5 3 4 1 17 

Boxter c 34 27 M 77 6-1731201 11 

Dixon g 39 8-22 5-10 OO 4-3734604 21 

Blake g 36 3-8 3-5 M 16 7 2 7 7 2 9 

Mordesich 7 0-1 OO OO 1-2320000 

Holden 8 M 0-0 0-0 OO 1 1 1 

Nicholos 6 1-2 1-1 0-00-11101003 

Teom 4-4 8 



Totals 



200 2463 ia24 7-7 20-2848 18 19 27 9 65 



Temple Min FG 3FG FT OD Reb F A T 6 S Pts 

Korcher f 37 7-17 4-11 0-0 2-1301305 18 

Boines f 40 7-9 0-0 9-13 4-4 8 2 4 2 2 23 

Lyde c 29 1-5 OO 00 36 9 3 3 1 2 

Sonchez g 35 14 1-3 2-2 1-2 3 3 11 3 1 9 5 

Wodley g 24 2-11 1-5 4-6 1-12 3 3 3 9 

Greer 25 5-11 27 2-3 at 1 2 3 14 

Rollerson 8 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0010010 2 

Sonders 2 01 0-0 M 00 I 

Teom 0-4 4 



Totols 



200 24-59 8-26 17-24 11-19 30 12 18 13 7 20 73 



FG% - Morylond 381, Temple 407 3FG% - Morylond 417 Temple 308 FT°, - 
Morylond 1 000. Temple 708 Technicol Fouls: None. Officials: lorry Rose, Bob 
Donoto, Duke Edsoll Attendonce 10,206. 



Morylond (17-71 30 35 
Temple 1 1841 30 43 



65 
73 



Cm S5 • Maryland 92, 
Ceorcia Tech 7D 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -Juon Dixon scored 18 of his career-high 33 
points in the opening 12 minutes os No 22 Morylond took control early 
and cruised post Georgia Tech 92-70. 

Dixon went 12-for-17 from the field, including 4-for-5 beyond the 
ore, ond was 5-for-5 of the free throw line. The sophomore guard olso 
had a career-best seven assists before leaving to a standing ovotion with 
2:48 left. 

Lonny Baxter hod 1 3 points and 1 2 rebounds for the Terrapins. Mary- 
land built 20-point lead in the first half and never let the margin shrink 
below double hgures. Terence Morris was 7-of-lI from the field and 
scored 16 points. 

Tony Akins scored 17 points and Clarence Moore had a career-high 
15 rebounds for the Yellow Jackets. 

After Dixon scored 1 of the Terrapins' hrst 1 2 points, Morris copped 
on 11-3 run with o 3-pointer for a 15-8 lead. Minutes later, Dixon twice 
scored from beyond the ore and beat the shot clock with a short hook 
during a 10-0 run that mode it 29-15 with 8:01 left in the first holf. 

MARYLAND 92, GEORGIA TECH 70 

AllfirsI Court ol Cole field House - Feb 16, 2000 

Ga.Tech Min FG 3FG FT O-D Reb F A T 8 S Pts 

Moore ( 33 2-9 0-2 46 78 15 4 3 3 2 4 8 

Collier I 31 5-16 0-2 5-7 6-2810310 15 

Jones c 22 1-2 M 0-0 2-3553412 2 

Vines g 24 1-5 0-1 2-2 1-0153301 4 

Fein g 33 5-9 5-9 M 0-3 3 2 2 1 15 

Akins 35 4-9 46 56 04 4 3 4 1 17 

LoBorrie 1 00 0-0 0-0 01 1 3 

Floyd 21 3-8 1-3 2-2 0-1101200 9 

Team 1-1 2 



Totols 



200 21-58 ia2318-23 17-23 40 18 15 21 5 8 70 



Maryland Min FG 3FG FT OD Reb F A T 6 S Pts 

Miller I 33 28 1-3 1-1 2-1316201 6 

Morris f 19 7-11 1-1 1-2 14 5 4 3 1 2 16 

Boxter c 29 6-13 0-0 1-5 4-8 12 4 3 2 3 13 

Dixon g 34 12-17 4-5 5-5 1-2317202 33 

eioke g 27 2-2 1-1 00 0-2244201 5 

Bodu 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 M 

McColl 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0010001 2 

Nicholos 15 2-7 02 OO 1-0 1 2 3 1 4 

Hahn 3 0-2 01 M 00 

Cephos 11 2-3 0-0 1-3 1-12 3 11 5 

Mordesich 7 0-0 OO OO 0-0000200 

Holden 18 34 OO 2-2 1-2335120 8 

Teom 2-3 5 



Totals 



200 3768 7-13 11-18 13-23 36 23 28 14 5 11 92 



fG% - Georgio Tech 362, Maryland 544 3FG%-Georgia Tech 435, Morylond 
.538. fT%- Georgia Tech .783, Morylond .611. Technical Fouls. None. Otticiols 
Michael Wood, Michael Kitts, Steve Gordon. Attendance: 14,500. 



GeorgioTech 111-13, 3-6 
Morylond (18-7 741 



30 
42 



40 
50 



70 
92 



Cm SB • Maryland 73, 
Wake Forest 67 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -Juon Dixon mode three of six shots from 
beyond the 3-point arc and hnished with 20 points as Maryland won its 
third consecutive conference gome on the rood ond swept Woke Forest 
for the first time since 1993-94. 

Terence Morris scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half and 
added seven rebounds and four ossists, helping the Terrapins win for the 
eighth time in nine league gomes after on 0-3 start. Maryland turned up 
the defensive pressure late, holding Woke Forest without a field gool 
over the hnal eight-plus minutes, when the Demon Deacons missed their 
final 13 shots. 

Wake Forest's Darius Songoilo hod 22 points and 1 2 rebounds, but 
the Demon Deacons got just two points from top offensive threat Robert 
O'Kelley, who missed eight of his nine field-gool ottempts. Josh Howord 
added 1 1 points for Woke Forest ond Rafael Vidourreto and Ervin Murroy 
each hod 10. The Demon Deacons outrebounded Maryland 42-31 



I OS 




, , tc z join's oH 15 lurnovefs, but it wosn i enough to mote up 
the lowesl-scoring day in O'Keltey's three seasons ol Wake Fores*. 

' A8YLAND 73, WAKE fOREST 67 

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200 2(W9 4^14 2 WO 18-24 42 17 II 17 I 7 67 



FG% - Morykind 491, Woke Foreil 339 3FG% - Moiybnd 500. Woke Forest 
286 FT% Morylond 714. Woke Fomst 767 Techmcol Fouls None Ofhools 
tarry Rose, Rick Horlzell. Zellon Steed Attendonce: 12,415, 

Mafyiond(t9.7 8J) 40 33 73 

WokeForest|U-I2,5-81 33 34 - 67 

Cm 27 • Maryland 76, Clemsdn 63 

CLEMSON, S C - Lonny Boxter scored 25 points lo lead No, 19 
Morylond to 76-63 victory over Clemson. Boxter scored 16 points 
before holftime, single-handedly sfoving off o firsl-holf Clemson roily. 

Baxter's performance overshodowed the motchup between the ACC's 
two leading scorers, sophomore guards Will Solomon and Juon Dixon 
Solomon finished with 12 pomts, and Dixon scored 1 1 - Both entered the 
gome averaging 216 points in leogue ploy. 

Steven Bloke scored 14 points for Morylond, hitting four of five 3- 
pomters, ond added o gome-high six ossists. Clemson was paced by 
Adam Allenspoch's 20 points and 10 rebounds. 

The win extended Morylond's ACC win streak to seven games and 
was the Terrapins' fifth straight over the Tigers 



MASYWND 76. CLEMSON M 




















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MoiM 


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1-5 


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9.12 


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Bloke 


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N.cWoi 




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200 2448 


917 19-25 


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76 


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200 2242 3.18 16.26 1M4 39 18 15 5 5 4 63 



fG% Morylond 500 Clemion 355 3FG\- Morylond 529, Clemson 167 FT% 
Morylond 760, Clemson 615 Technicoi Fovis: None Officials: Ted Volentine, 
Duke Edsoll Bryon Kersey Anendonce 6,000 

Morylond 1207 9-41 37 39 76 

Clemson (9-17 3-101 25 38 63 

Cm 28 • Maryland 8 I , 
North Carolina 73 

COLLEGE PARK, Md -Juan D.xon scored 1 8 o( his 23 points in the 
second tiolf, ond Maryland clinched ol leost o shore of the runner-up 
spot in ihe Atlontic Coost Conference by beoting North Carolina 81-73 

All. America forword Terence Morris hod 16 points and nine rebounds 
for the Terrapins who won their eighth stroight ACC gome to mark the 
longest streak in one seoson in school history 

Morylond's lone conference loss over its lost II gomes come ex. 



octiy one month ogo ai North Carolina After losing then first three 
league games, the Terropins hove beolen every ACC team at least once 
including a win ot Duke in what was the Blue Devils' lone conference 
loss over the post two seosons, 

Maryland shot 37 percent from the field ond went 54or-I2 ol the 
tine in the first holf, but look advantage ol 12 North Carolina turnovers 
to build o 37-27 lead. With Lonny Baxter on the bench with three fouls, 
Morris scored six points os the Terropins closed the half with o 120 run 
thot included o burzer-tjeoting [umper by Steve Bloke 

North Corolina closed to 41-35 shortly ofter halftime before Dixon 
hit 3-pointer ond Baxter followed with a dunk North Carolino then lost 
6,loot-l I forward Kris long, who fouled out with 1427 to go 

After the Tor Heels got within nine points. Drew Nicholas sank o 3- 
pointer ond Morris hit a 15-foofer, Dixon then answered a dunk by 
Brendon Hoywood with a jumper beyond the arc to put Maryland up 
64-49 with 7: 1 1 remoining. 



(AAliVLAND 81, NOBTH CAIOUNA 73 

Alllmi Court ol Cole Field Mouse - Feb 26, 2000 

No. Corolitto Min FG 3FG FT CM) Iteb F A 



Copel 

Long 

Haywood 

Coto 

forte 

Holmes 

Newby 

Owens 

Melendez 

Everelt 

Johnson 

Peppers 

Team 

Totak 

Maryland 

Millei 

Morns 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholas 

Mordesich 

Holden 

Team 

Tolali 



f 32 3-9 
I 14 3-5 
c 37 48 



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24 6 
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200 3060 3-18 1011 1028 38 20 11 17 8 5 73 



MinFG 3FGFT OOSabFATBSI^ 



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f 33 6-16 1-3 3-7 

c 18 3-10 00 10 

9 38 8-17 5-9 2-2 

g 34 3.5 



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17 1.3 



02 44 

11 00 

00 00 

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2 23 
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2 2 



200 3049 716 14.22 17-21 38 15 18 9 6 4 81 



FG% . North Carolina ,500, Maryland .435, 3FG% . North Corolmo 167 Mory- 
lond 438 Fnt- North Carolina 909, Morylond 636, Technicoi Fouls None 01- 
ficiols; KoH Hess, Jomes Honey, Ed Corbelt, Attendonce 14,500 



North Corolino 117-11,8^5) 
Morylond 121.7 104] 



27 
37 



46 



73 
81 



Cm S9 • Marylano 85, 
Florida State 7Q 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, - Steve Bloke scored nine of his coreer.high 
17 points during a pivotal 12-0 second-half run as No, 17 Maryland 
pulled away from Florida State and recorded its ninlh straight Atlantic 
Coost Conference victory, 85-70, 

Terence Morris hod 21 points and 11 rebounds lor the Terrapins 
who clinched second place in the conference for a second straight seo- 
son. The nine^ome ACC run marfced the longest by a Maryland team in 
o season ond is two short of the school record Lonny Boxter olso hod 
21 points for the Terrapins, who finished 15-1 ot home. 

Bloke had 10 assists and pushed his season total to 187, breaking 
the school record for o freshman held by John Lucas (178 in 1973), 
Bloke wos 6.for.8 from the field ond also grobbed four rebounds 

Bloke started his most productive gome of the seoson on the bench, 
Seldom.used Matt Hohn, gethng his first college start for Maryland on 
senior night, was scoreless before being removed after six minutes Hohn 
returned in the final minute and capped the night by scoring Morylond's 
lost bosket, 

Domous Anderson scored 22 points for the Seminoles who lost their 
eighth stroight to Morylond and seventh in o row at Cole Field House, 

MAJYIAND 85, FLORIDA STATt 70 

AiHirsl Court 01 Cole field House - Morch 1, 2000 



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Totals 



200 2444 5.13 13-18 18-21 39 12 14 14 4 3 70 



Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Boiler 

Dixon 

Hohn 

McCoH 

Nidiolos 

Bloke 

Mandesich 

Holden 

Team 

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Mm FG 

f 26 25 

f 34 8.13 

c 35 1014 

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200 3345 715 12.14 12.23 35 15 20 8 9 7 85 



fG% . Florida Stole 394, Morylond 508 3FG% - flondo Stole 385. Morylond 
467 FT% - Flondo State 722, Morylond 857 Techmcol Fowls None Officiols: 
Mike Wood. Duke Edioll. KeiHi Maxwell Anendonce 14.500 

Flondo Slate (11-15 4.91 35 35 70 

Morylond 1227 1141 45 40 85 

Cm 30 • Virginia 89, 
Maryland 87 (OT) 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Vo - Adorn Hall hit two free throws to force 
overtime, then hit the gome-winning 3-pointer with 25,8 seconds left in 
the extra period as Virginio rallied to beol No 17 Morylond 89-87 

The loss ended Morylond's nine-gome Atlanhc Coast Conference 
winning streok. After trolling throughout the second half, the Covoliers 
went on on 11 -4 run over the final 3: 17 of reguiotion to force the over- 
time. They tied it for the first time in the second half when Holl stole the 
ball and hit two free throws with 35 2 seconds left to even the score at 
76. 

Morylond led 86-83 with 1:14 remaining in OT after Tohj Holden 
hit two free throvrs, but Holl cut the lead to 86-84 with o free throw with 
48 seconds remaining After o turnover by Juon Dixon, Virginio took on 
87-86 on Hod's 3-pointer, moving ahead for the first time since o 12-11 
first-holf odvontoge 

Danny Miller led the Terrapins with 20 points, including 16 in the 
first half, before fouling out with 3 39 left in overtime. Hall and Chris 
Williams led Virginio with 16 points each. 



VIRGINIA 89. MARYLAND 87 (OT) 

University Holl - Morcli 4 2000 



Morylond 

Miller 

Morns 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Holden 

Mordesich 

Nicholas 

Hohn 

Team 

Totals 

Virginio 

Dersch 

Williams 

Wotson 

Hond 

Mason 

Mopp 

Dondon 

Ouchorme 

Friel 

Holl 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 3FG FT 

I 40 9-12 1-3 1-1 

f 25 6-H 02 3-3 

c 16 45 00 3-5 

g 38 3-12 1-3 22 

9 43 510 34 34 

28 34 01 44 

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g 37 211 

g 30 48 • 

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02 67 34 
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10 3-3 
9 2-3 1-1 1-2 
31 5-11 2-5 44 



03 
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00 
1-2 
1-5 
00 
34 
02 



3 

1 

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1 I 



1 1 

2 



225 2646 5-20 32-43 15.26 41 22 9 13 



fG% Morylond 550, Virginia 394 SfC;. Morylond 333, Virginio ,250 FT% 
Morylond 696, Virginia 744 Technical fouls: Bloke (Morylondl, Holl (Virgimol 
Officiols Lorry Rose, Steve Gordon, Bryon Kersey Attendance 8,457 

Morylond 122.8, 11-5) 44 32 11 - 87 
Virginia 119.10 9-7) 39 37 13 89 



ACC Tournament Quarterfinals 
Cm 3 I • Maryland 82, 
Florida State E I 

CHARLOTTE, N C, - lonny Boxter ond juon Dixon powered an 
opening 16-5 run to send No 20 Morylond to on 82-61 victory over 
worn-out Ftorido State in the Atlonhc Coost Conference Tournament, It 
was Maryland's ninth straight victory over Ftorido Stole, and it put the 
Terps into the ACC semifinals for the sixth consecutive year 

The seventh-seeded Seminoles showed oil the signs of fatigue thot 
might be expected hom a team that struggled less than 1 7 hours earlier 
in o 63-42 victory over Georgia Tech Florida State never led, shot 40 
percent ond hod 21 turnovers that the Terrapins converted into 29 points 

BoKler hod 24 points ond 10 rebounds, and Dixon hod 12 points, 
eight assists and three steols The Terropins also got 1 7 points from Terence 



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Morris Marylond was credited with assists on 25 of its 33 field gools, 
Morylond set tfie tone from tine outset by hitting seven of its first eight field- 
goo! attempts. Baxter hit oil five of his shots to put the Terrapins up by 11. 



MARYLAND 82, FtORIDA STATE 61 

Charlotte Coliseum - Morch 1 0, 2000 
Florida Sfote Min FG 3FG FT 



Anderson 

Simmons 

Mott 

Arringlon 

Hole 

Oixon, N 

Tucker 

Chlebek 

Anderson 

Dixon, A. 

Molhis 

Teom 

Totols 

Morylond 

Miller 

Morns 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Nicholos 

Holden 

Mordesich 

Cephas 

McCall 

Hohn 

Bodu 

Team 

Totals 



f 30 4-13 

I 23 2-4 

c 13 0-2 

3 16 3-5 

3 26 3-10 2-S 

14 ai 

18 1-2 

24 4-11 

12 1-1 

16 2-4 

8 3-4 



1-7 ao 

0-0 2-2 

0-0 0-0 

12 at 

12 

0-0 a2 

0-0 2-4 

3-8 0-0 

ao i-i 

a I 0-0 



OO Reb F 

£►1 
2-2 



2 2 
2 



200 23-57 9-26 6-12 12-25 37 17 10 21 



Min FG 3FG FT OO Reb F A T B S PH 



( 29 3-11 
f 24 7-10 



W 0-0 
M 2-2 



21 iai3 ao 4-8 
26 5-8 

22 1-4 



ai 2-2 

0-2 0-0 



28 2-8 

19 t-2 

9 a2 

II 3-4 

6 a3 

4 1-2 



1-5 

ai 



0-0 ao 

ao ao 

0-2 ai 

ai 1-2 

ao ao 



1 
2 1 
2 1 



I 


2 

3 

1 3 
2 
I 








200 33-67 3-17 13-22 14-24 38 14 25 9 4 12 82 



FG% - Florido Slate 404, Morylond 493 3FG% ■ Florida State 346, Morylond 
176 Fr% ■ Florida Stole .500, Morylond 591 Technical Fouls: None OKiciols: 
Rick Horlzetl, Sieve Gordon, Leslie Jones. Attendance: 23,895, 



Florida Stole (11-161 24 37 

Morylond 123-81 43 39 



61 
82 



ACC Tournament Semifinals 

Cm 3S • Maryland 61, NC State B I 

CHARLOTTE, N C. ~ juon Dixon had 21 points and Lenny Baxter 
15, including Maryland's final five, as No. 20 Marylond defeoted NC 
State 64-61 to odvonce to the ACC championship game for the first time 
since 1984. 

Maryland overcame 21 turnovers and o hrst-holf drought thot en- 
obled NC State to rally from a 1 3-point deficit. The sixth-seeded Wolfpock 
converted the Terrapins' miscues into 20 points, but come up short in 
their bid for their second berth in the ACC championship gome in four 
seosons under cooch Herb Sendek. 

Ron Kelley added 11 pointsforfhe Wolfpock, held to38-percent shoot- 
ing. Terence Morris had 11 points and It rebounds for Marylond. 

There were five leod changes and three ties in the second half before 
Dixon scored on a fostbreok loyup to put Morylond oheod to stay at 59- 
58 with 2:21 left. After NC State's Tim Wells missed o 17-footer from the 
right wing, Boxter scored on a spinning layup to make it 61-58. 

In the final minute, Boxter bonked in a short jumper, then added a 
foul shot on the Terrapins' next possession to stretch their lead to 64-59 
with 22 seconds left. A tip-in by Kelley closed the scoring with 22 sec- 
onds left. NC State hod o shot to tie it, but Wells missed from the left 
wing with four seconds remaining, and Maryland got the rebound and 
ron out the clock. 



MARYIAND 64, NC STATE 61 

Charlotte Coliseum - March 11, 2000 



NC Stote 

Wilkins 

Inge 

Kelley 

Grundy 

Goiney 

Miller 

Willioms 

Crawford 

Wells 

Teom 

Totols 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Di»on 

Bloke 

Nicholas 

Holden 

Mordesich 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 3FG FT 
f 37 5-10 3-4 6-11 



0-D Reb F A T 



f 26 1-7 ai 2-2 

c 34 5-8 0-0 1-3 

g 33 2-13 a5 3 

g 31 2-8 

9 2-3 

6 0-0 

7 ao 

17 3-7 



1-3 
3-4 
3-3 
a3 
0-0 1-1 a2 

23 ao at 
ao ao 

0-0 0-0 

3-6 ao 



ai 1 I I 



200 20-56 8-19 13-25 ia20 30 17 13 13 2 8 61 



Min FG 

I 32 1-3 

f 37 5-13 

c 34 5-8 

3 34 9-14 

3 31 1-4 

17 3-i 

8 ai 

7 ai 



3FG FT 

0-0 0-0 

1-4 ao 

ao 5-13 

1-2 2-5 

1-3 1-2 

3-4 a I 

0-0 2-2 

ao ao 



O-D Reb F A 



2-9 11 3 
3 



ad 6 
2-5 7 



a2 

ao 



as 3 

3-0 3 



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FG% ■ NC Stole 357, Maryland 500 3FG% ■ NC Stole 421, Morylond 462 
FT/o-NC Stole 520, Maryland 435 Technical Fouls: None Ofliciols: Lorry Rose, 
Rick Horlzetl, Sieve Gordon. Attendonce: 23,895. 

NC Stole (17-121 25 36 61 

Morylond 124-8) 26 38 64 

ACC Tournament Championship 
Cm 33 ■ Duke 8 I , Maryland E8 

CHARLOTTE, NC. - Duke secured a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tour- 
nament and probably the nation's top ranking with its convincing win 
over Maryland in the ACC Tournament championship game Duke's 
freshmen led the way osjoson Williams scored a season-high 23 points 
ond Carlos Boozer odded 21 as the top-seeded Blue Devils became the 
first progrom since the 1973 ond 1974 North Carolina State teams to 
win consecutive outright ACC regular-season and tourney titles 

In what was Maryland's first championship gome oppeoronce in 16 
years, Juan Dixon led the second-seeded Terropins with 19 points. 

Williams scored 15 of his points in the second holf and got Duke's 
outside game going with a 3-pointer to open the half Boozer scored 1 1 
points ofter the break, taking core of Duke's inside gome. 



DUKE 81, MARYLAND 68 

Chorlolle Coliseum - March 12, 2000 



Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Blake 

Holden 

Nicholos 

Mordesich 

Hohn 

Bodu 

Team 

Totals 

Duke 

Corrowell 

Bonier 

Boozer 

James 

Willioms 

Christensen 

Dunieovy 

Bormon 

Sanders 

Buckner 

Simpson 

Horvolh 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 

f 9 1-5 

I 39 6-16 

c 29 4-15 

3 37 8-15 

3 39 3-8 

20 3-3 

16 1-6 

9 2-3 

1 0-0 

I 0-0 



3FG FT 

0-3 0-0 

2-7 ao 

ao 2-4 

12 2-2 

1-2 ao 

1-1 2-2 

1-4 0-0 

0-0 0-0 

ao 0-0 

0-0 0-0 



ao Reb F 
1. 1 2 
2 



3-8 
6-2 
4-1 

a2 

2-0 
21 
2-2 

ao 
ao 

I-O 



A T 



1 2 

2 3 



200 28-71 6-19 6^ 21-1738 16 9 16 2 10 68 



Min FG 3FG FT OD Reb F A T 



f 39 5-9 

f 39 3-8 

c 29 8-14 

g 22 2-5 

9 38 8-15 

8 0-2 

20 2-5 

ao 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

ao 



1-3 2-3 

2-6 2-2 

0-0 5-5 

02 2-2 

4-7 3-3 

0-0 1-2 

a2 1-2 

0-0 ao 

0-0 ao 

0-0 2-2 

0-0 ao 



3-4 7 

1-4 5 

2-2 4 

3-2 5 

1-3 4 

3-0 3 

as 5 

0-0 



0-0 

0-0 

ai 1 

0-0 

1-0 1 



200 28-58 7-20 18-21 14-21 35 15 18 17 4 10 81 



FG% - Morylond 394, Duke 483 3FG%- Maryland .316, Duke .350. FT% ■ Mory- 
lond .750, Duke 857 Technicol Fouls: None Officials: Lorry Rose, Mike Wood, 
Korl Hess Attendance: 23,895. 



Morylond (24-9| 36 32 

Duke (27-41 37 44 



68 
81 



NCAA Tournament First Round 
Cm 34 • Maryland T\, Iona 59 

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Junior All-Americon Terence Morris hod 
22 points ond 12 rebounds as third-seeded Maryland ran all over 14th- 
seeded Iona, 74-59, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 

Morris had 14 points and 10 rebounds by holftime when the Terps 
ted 38-25. Maryland raced to a 23-4 lead after the opening tip. 

The Terps' lead was 60-32 midwoy through the second half when the 
Gaels made it respectoble behind Toriq Kirksay, the ployer of the yeor in 
the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, who scored 20 of his 24 points 
ofter holftime. The Gaels pulled within 1 2 points on Kirksoy's 3-pointer just 
inside the two-minute mark but that wos os close as they got 

Maryland forword Danny Miller sot out with o sprained left ankle. 
Hurt in the final of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. Miller's 
injury forced the Terps to rely heavily on freshmen Tahj Holden in big 
lineups ond Drew Nicholas in three-guard sets. 
MARYLAND 74, IONA 59 
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Morch 16, 2000 



200 24-48 6-13 ia23 ia3t 41 19 17 21 8 7 64 



Iona 

Kiricsay 

Wilson 

Kresto 

GronI 

Young 

Miller 

Woflord 

Molthews 

Mozzo 

Teom 

Totals 



Min FG 3FG FT 
f 38 11-20 2-6 ai 
f 27 2-6 ao 4-5 



OD Reb F A T 



4-6 10 3 

1-0 I 2 



S Pts 
4 24 



c 27 2-8 
g 33 1-9 



1-5 5-5 

0-4 ao 

1-3 0-0 

25 5-13 00 2-3 

17 a2 ai 00 



1-3 

a I 

2-4 
1-2 



1 1 I 1 10 



9 ai 

1 0-0 



ao ao 

0-0 0-0 



ao 

1-3 4 




Morylond 

Holden 



Min FG 3FG FT OD Reb F A T B S Pts 

f 30 1-6 a2 2-2 a4 4 1 3 1 3 4 



Morris 


f 


35 


8-14 


1-2 


5-6 


5-7 


12 


2 





3 


2 


1 


22 


Baxter 


c 


23 


5-9 


0-0 


2-3 


4-9 


11 


3 





2 


4 





12 


Dixon 


n 


32 


5.12 


2-5 


8-10 


2-5 


9 


3 


7 


4 





2 


20 


Bloke 


fl 


34 


2-3 


0-0 


1-2 


a3 


3 


2 


2 


7 





2 


5 


Nicholas 




20 


3-7 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


2 


3 





1 


7 


Mordesich 




18 


2-5 


ao 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


3 














4 


Cephos 




7 


ai 


ai 


0-0 


a2 


2 


1 





2 











McColl 




1 


ao 


0-0 


ao 


0-0 























Teom 












2-2 


4 















Totols 



200 26-57 4-13 18-23 1435 49 16 14 21 7 9 74 



FG% - Iona 333, Marylond 456 3FG% - lono .211, Marylond .308 Fr% ■ lono 
786, Maryland 783 Technicol Fouls' None Officials: Mike Sonzere, Bill Kennedy, 
Don McAllisler Attendonce: 20,127 



lona|2aiIl 25 34 

Maryland (25-91 38 36 



59 



NCAA Tournament Second Round 
Cm 35 • UCLA 1 05. Maryland 70 

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - UCLA put on o stunning offensive disploy 
in 105-70 victory over Maryland in the second round of the NCAA 
Tournament. Earl Watson hod 17 points and a school-record 16 assists 
OS the sixth-seeded Bruins connected on six fearsome olley-oops, a school- 
record 14 3-pointers and obsolulely everything in between 

The key to everything was Wotson, who wos heavily criticized ear- 
lier this season for his point guard play. He answered all of his detroctors 
with dominant performance that owed the Metrodome crowd and his 
teammotes alike His ossisfs olso set o Midwest Regionol record and 
tied the NCAA Tournament record for assists in a first- or second-round 
game. As if thot wasn't enough, he was 5-of-6 on 3-poinlers. 

The Bruins closed the first half with o 22-7 run ond mode a 16-2 run 
to start the second half, going up 76-4! just seven minutes after holftime. 

UCLA shot 74 percent before the final minutes and also played im- 
pressive defense, limiting Juon Dixon, who mode seven turnovers, to 16 
points on 6-of- 1 8 shooting. Lonny Boxter hod 22 points ond 10 rebounds 
for the Terrapins. Maryland failed to reach the round of 16 for just the 
third time in the lost seven seasons. 



UCIA 105, MARYLAND 70 

Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome - Morch 18, 2000 



UCLA 

Kopono 

Farnhom 

Moiso 

Knight 

Wotson 

Godzuric 

Boiley 

liush 

Bornes 

Young 

Hines 

Brooks 

Team 

Totals 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Boxter 

Dixon 

Bloke 

Mordesich 

Nicholas 

Holden 

Cephos 

Bodu 

McColl 

Hohn 

Team 

Totals 



Min FG 

f 22 4-7 

f 8 ai 

c 27 7-8 

g 12 1-4 

g 26 6-7 

21 5-6 

17 1-4 

24 6-11 

15 47 

13 3-5 

11 2-3 

4 1-1 



3FG FT 

3-5 ao 

ao 2-4 

0-0 ai 

1-2 3-4 

5-6 0-0 

0-0 3-6 

ai ao 

2-4 0-0 

ai ao 

1-3 ao 

2-3 3-3 



ao Reb F 

a2 2 1 

0-0 

1-8 9 3 

1-3 4 I 



0-0 
1-5 

at 

1-5 
20 

a2 
a2 
ai 

2-2 



T B 

3 



200 4064 14-2511-18 8-31 39 19 28 16 5 12 105 



f 26 2-6 
I 30 5-10 



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



OD Reb F 

2-2 4 
1-2 3 



29 8-17 ao 6-10 6-4 10 



39 6-18 2-7 2-4 
31 2-8 1-2 ao 



6 0-0 

16 2-5 

15 1-3 

4 0-0 

1 0-0 

2 a2 

1 ai 



ao ao 

1-4 0-0 

1-1 0-0 

ao ao 

0-0 0-0 

a2 0-2 

ai 1-2 



21 

2-1 
0-0 

ao 
ai 
as 

0-0 

ai 

ai 

4-3 





4 
6 


2 

1 



1 



T B 

2 

2 1 

I I 



1 22 
1 16 



200 2W0 6-22 12-21 17-19 36 14 16 18 4 10 70 



FG%- UCLA .625, Morylond .371. 3FG%- UCLA 56a Marylond .273 FT% ■ 
UCLA .61 1, Maryland .571. Technical Fouls. None Officiols: Tim Higgins, Ted Hillory, 
Reggie Greenwood. Attendonce: 26,358. 

UCLA(2M1) 49 56 105 

Morylond (25-10) 33 37 70 



200 22-66 4-19 11-14 11-2132 18 9 17 4 9 59 



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ACC Games 






All Gomes 




'earn W 


L Pcf. 


Home Rood W L 


Pct. Home Road Neutral 1 1 


uke 15 


1 .938 




7-1 8-0 29 5 


852 13-2 9-0 


7-3 


MARYLAND 1 1 


5 .688 




7-1 A4 25 10 


714 15-1 4-5 


64 


Virginia 9 


7 563 




6-2 3-5 19 12 


.613 11-3 5-7 


3-2 


North Carolina 9 


7 .563 




5-3 4-4 22 14 


.611 7-5 5-5 


10-4 


Wake Forest 7 


9 .438 




4-4 3-5 22 14 


.611 11-4 6-6 


5-4 


NC State 6 


10 .375 




5-3 1-7 20 14 


588 17-3 2-8 


1-3 


Florida Slate 6 


10 .375 




4-4 2-6 12 17 


.414 8-6 3-9 


1-2 


Georgia Tech 5 


11 .313 




5-3 0-8 13 17 


433 11-3 0-9 


2-5 


Clemson 4 


12 .250 




3-5 1-7 10 20 


333 7-9 1-8 


2-3 


/ 999-2000 ACC Individual Leaders 




Individual Scoring 






Free Throw Pct. 


Rebounds 




Player, School G FG 


3P FT Pts 


Avg 


Player, Team GP FTM FTA PCT 


Player, Team GP NO 


AVG 


Will Solomon, CU 16 116 


48 60 340 


213 


Darius Songoilo, WF 16 87 99 879 


Terence Morris, Md. 15 135 


9.0 


Juan Dixon, Md. 16 116 


26 58 316 


19.8 


Roger Mason, UVo 16 43 49 .878 


Joson Collier, GoT 16 142 


89 


Chris Carrowell, Duke 16 109 


15 75 308 


19.3 


oson Copel, NC 16 46 53 868 


Lonny Baxter, Md. 16 1 35 


8.4 


Shone Battier, Duke 16 100 


43 64 307 


19.2 


uan Dixon, Md. 16 58 71 .817 


Brendon Hoywood, NC 16 134 


8,4 


Domous Anderson. FSU 16 101 


38 37 277 


17.3 


Shone Battier, Duke 16 64 79 .810 


Alvin Jones, GaT 16 125 


78 


Joseph Forte, NC 16 104 


24 40 272 


17.0 


Ron Hole, FSU 16 66 83 .795 


Travis Watson, UVo 16 123 


77 


Darius Songoilo, WF 16 89 


87 265 


16-6 


Chris Carrowell, Duke 16 75 95 .789 


Damon Thornton, NCS 16 114 


71 


lonny Baxter, Md. 16 111 


42 264 


16.5 


oseph Forte, NC 16 40 51 .784 


Chris Williams, UVa 16 109 


6.8 


Chris Williams, UVa 16 93 


22 52 260 


16.3 


ason Collier, GaT 16 72 94 .766 


Carlos Boozer, Duke 16 107 


67 


Jason Collier. GoT 16 82 


16 72 252 


15.8 


Damien Wilkins, NCS 16 49 65 .754 


Adorn Allenspoch, CU 15 99 


6.6 


Donald Hand, UVo 16 75 


28 70 248 


15 5 








Ron Hole, FSU 16 77 
Terence Morris, Md. 15 82 
Anthony Grundy, NCS 16 85 
Brendon Hoywood, NC 16 88 


25 66 245 

19 42 225 

29 31 230 

48 224 


15.3 
15.0 
14.4 
14.0 


3-PoiNT FD Per Game 

Player, Team GP 3GM 3GA AVG 

Will Solomon, CU 16 48 120 3.0 
Shone Saltier, Duke 16 43 84 2.7 


Assists 

Player, Team GP NO AVG 
Ed Colo. NC 15 117 78 
Steven Bloke, Md. 16 111 6.9 


Field Coal Pct. 






Domous Anderson, FSU 16 38 78 2.4 
Tony Akins, GoT 16 34 98 2.1 


Joson Williams, Duke 16 100 
Delvon Arringlon, FSU 16 98 


6.3 
6,1 


Player, Team GP FGM 


FGA pa 




Shaun Fein, GaT 16 31 86 19 


Donald Hond, UVo 16 61 


38 


Brendan Hoywood.NC 16 88 


120 .733 




Robert O'Kelley, WF 16 29 101 1,8 


Will Solomon, CU 16 54 


3,4 


Carlos Boozer, Duke 16 82 


131 .626 




Anthony Grundy NCS 16 29 87 1.8 


Juan Dixon, Md. 16 52 


3.3 


Domous Anderson, FSU 16 101 


186 .543 




AndriusJurkunas, CU 16 29 76 1,8 


Joson Copel, NC 16 48 


3,0 


Shone Battier, Duke 16 100 


185 .541 




Donold Hand, UVo 16 28 91 1.8 


Shaun Fein, GoT 16 48 


3.0 


Lonny Baxter, Md 16 111 


206 .539 




uan Dixon, Md. 16 26 58 1.6 


, Tony Akins, GoT 16 47 


2.9 


Darius Songaila,WF 16 89 
Chris Carrowell, Duke 16 109 
Chris Williams, UVo 16 93 
Juan Dixon, Md. 16 116 

Joseph Forte, NC 16 104 


166 .536 
213 .512 
192 .484 
240 .483 

218 .477 






Blocked Shots 

Player, Team " GP NO 

Lonny Baxter, Md, 16 40 
Alvin Jones, GaT 16 38 


AVG 

2.5 
2.4 


^^B ''^ %"!■ 


3-PoiNT FC Pct. 






^^^^HH^ ^MJ^I 


Brendon Hoywood, NC 16 35 
Shone Battier, Duke 16 31 


2.2 

1,9 


Ployer, Team GP 3PM 


3 PA PCT 




■ M ' -'^m^^^^A 


Terence Morris, Md. 15 27 


1.8 


Shone Bottier, Duke 16 43 


84 .512 




^^^Hf WK^ iS^M I 


Damon Thornton, NCS 16 27 


1 7 


Domous Anderson, FSU 16 38 


78 .487 




^^^m ^^ I^H 1 


Chris Corrowell, Duke 16 21 


1,3 


Juan Dixon, Md. 1 6 26 


58 .448 






Tohj Holden, Md. 16 16 


to 


Jason Copel, NC 16 24 


58 ,414 




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Dovid Anderson, FSU 16 16 


1.0 


Will Solomon, CU 16 48 


120 ,400 




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Corlos Boozer, Duke 16 15 


0.9 


AndriusJurkunas, CU 16 29 


76 ,382 




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Shaun Fein, GoT 16 31 
Joseph Forte, NC 16 24 
Tony Akins, GaT 16 34 
Anthony Grundy, NCS 16 29 


86 360 
67 .358 
98 .347 

87 333 






Steals 

Player, Team GP NO 
Juan Oixon, Md. 16 45 
Joson Williams, Duke 16 36 


AVG 
2.8 

2.3 








Steven Blake, Md 16 31 


19 








t »jb 


Adorn Hall, UVo 15 29 
Terence Morris, Md. 15 29 
Anthony Grundy NCS 16 29 
Shone Battier. Duke 16 29 


1.9 
1.9 
1.8 
1.8 








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Justin Goiney, NCS 16 26 


1,6 








...^^A^HB! 


Chris Willioms, UVo 16 25 
Note lomes, Duke 16 25 


1,6 
16 


Juan Oixon 


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/ 999-2000 ACC Team Statistics 



Scoring 

School 

Duke 
Virginia 
Maryland 
North Carolina 
NC Stole 
Woke Forest 
Clemson 
Florida Stole 
Georgia Tech 



GP PTS AVG 

16 1433 89,6 
16 1286 80,4 
161257 78.6 

16 1191 74,4 
16 1080 675 
16 1068 66,8 
16 1041 65 1 
16 1035 64.7 
16 1015 63.4 



Scoring Defense 

School 

NC Stole 
Woke Forest 
Georgio Tech 
Maryland 

North Carolina 
Clemson 
Florida State 
Duke 
Virginia 



GP PTS AVG 
16 1095 68.4 
16 1099 68.7 
16 1130 70.6 
161139 71.2 



1141 
1159 
1167 
1190 
1286 



71.3 
72.4 
72.9 
74,4 
804 



Scoring Margin 

School AVG 

Duke 15.2 

Maryland 7.4 

North Carolina 3,1 

Virginia 0.0 

NC Stole -0.9 

Woke Forest -1.9 

Georgia Tech -7.2 

Clemson -7.4 

Florida Stole -8.3 



Field Coal 

School 

Duke 

North Corolino 

Maryland 

Virginia 

NC State 

Woke Forest 

Florida State 

Clemson 

Georgia Tech 

Field Coal 

School 
Maryland 

North Corolino 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 

Wake Forest 
NC State 
Florido Stole 
Virginia 

3-PoiNT FD 

School 

Duke 
Maryland 

Clemson 
Florida Stole 
NC Stole 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
Woke Forest 



PCT. 

FGM 
509 
443 
475 
441 
387 
378 
361 
376 
342 



FGA PCT 
1003 ,507 

889 ,498 
1017 .467 
1021 .432 

929 ,417 

928 ,407 

889 ,406 
928 ,405 

890 ,384 



PcT. Defense 

FGM FGA PCT 

392 957 .410 

424 1031 ,411 

373 885 .421 

407 945 ,431 

467 1081 .432 

379 869 .436 

390 867 .450 

431 942 .458 

449 917 .490 

PCT. 

3PM SPA pa 

126 323 ,390 

94 243 .387 

107 294 .364 

99 276 .359 

91 262 .347 

119 344 .346 

76 223 .341 

117 344 .340 

65 212 .307 



Free Throw 

School 

Duke 

Florida State 
North Carolina 
Woke Forest 
Virginia 
Maryland 
Clemson 
NC Stole 
Georgio Tech 



PcT. 

FTM 
289 
214 
229 
247 
287 
213 
182 
215 
212 



Blocked Shots 

School GP 

Maryland 16 

Duke 16 

Georgia Tech 16 

North Carolina 16 

NC Stole 16 

Florida Stale 16 

Woke Forest 16 

Clemson 16 

Virginio 16 



FTA pa 

400 ,723 

297 ,721 

321 .713 

352 .702 

413 .695 

307 .694 

268 .679 

320 .672 

321 .660 



NO AVG 
108 6.8 



94 
73 
66 
65 
52 
50 
40 
35 



5.9 
4.6 
4,1 
4,1 
3,3 
3,1 
2,5 
2,2 



Steals 

School GP NO AVG 

Maryland 16 150 9.4 

Duke 16 147 9.2 

NC Stole 16 132 8.3 

Virginio 16 128 8.0 

Wake Forest 16 100 6.3 

Georgia Tech 16 98 6.1 

North Corolino 16 

Clemson 16 

Florida State 16 



88 5.5 
80 5,0 
79 4,9 



Turnover Margin 



School 

Duke 
Virginio 
Maryland 
NC Stole 
Woke Forest 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
North Carolina 



FOR 
18.0 
18.9 
17.3 

17.1 
14.2 

11.6 
13.3 
10,9 
10,3 



OPP MAR 

12,5 5,5 



13.9 
13.6 

15.3 
13.5 
14.8 
174 
15.1 
15.3 



4.9 
3.6 

1,9 
07 
-3,2 
-41 
-42 
-5 



Rebound Margin 

School GP FOR 

North Carolina 16 38,1 33,3 

Woke Forest 16 371 34.1 

Clemson 16 378 35.8 

Florida State 16 35.7 34.3 

Georgio Tech 16 

NC State 16 
Maryland 



Duke 
Virginia 

3-PoiNT FG 

School 

Duke 

Georgia Tech 
Virginio 
Clemson 
Florida State 
Maryland 
NC Stale 
North Corolino 
Wake Forest 



371 

34.9 

16 37.1 

16 35.6 
16 34.2 



OPP MAR 

4,8 
3,0 
2.0 
1,4 
0,4 
-0,5 
-1.9 
-3,9 
-5.3 



36.6 
35,4 
39.1 

39.5 
39,5 



Per Came 

gptpgmtpgaavg 



126 323 
119 344 



79 
74 
73 



117 344 

107 294 6,7 

99 276 6,2 

94 243 5.9 

91 262 5,7 

76 223 4.8 

65 212 4,1 



1 999-2000 ACC Postseason Results 



ACC Tournament Results 

Thursday, March 9 

#7 Florida St. 63, #8 Georgia Tech 62 
#1 Duke 94, #9 Clemson 63 

Friday, March 1 

#4 N. Carolina 52, #5 Woke Forest 58 
#2 Maryland 82, #7 Florida State 61 
#3 Virginia 65, #6 NC Stole 76 

Saturday, March 1 1 
Duke 82, V\/ake Forest 73 
Maryland 64, NC State 61 

Sunday, March 1 2 

Duke 81, Marylond 68 




NCAA Tournament Results 

East Regional 

#1 Duke 82, #16 Lamar 55 
#1 Duke 69, #8 Kansas 64 
#1 Duke 78, #5 Florida 87 

Midwest Regional 

#3 Maryland 74, #14 lona 59 
#3 Maryland 70, #6 UCLA 105 

South Regional 

#8 North Carolina 84, #9 Missouri 70 
#8 North Carolina 60, #1 Stanford 53 
#8 North Carolina 74, #4 Tennessee 69 
#8 North Carolina 59, #7 Tulsa 55 

Final Four - Indianapolis, Indiana 

Semifinals 

Florida 71, North Carolina 59 

Michigan Stale 53, Wisconsin 41 

Finals 

Michigan State 89, Florida 76 



JWCU 



NIT Results 

First, Second and Quarterfinal Rounds 

Virginia 111, Georgetown 115 (3ot) 
NC Stole 64, Tulane 60 
NC State 60, Arizona State 57 
NC Slate 77, Mississippi 54 
Wake Forest 83, Vanderbilt 68 
Wake Forest 72, New Mexico 65 
Wake Forest 76, California 59 
Wake Forest 62, NC State 59 (ot) 

Semifinals 

Wake Forest 62, NC Stole 59 (ot) 
Penn State 52, Notre Dame 73 

Consolation Final 

Penn State 74, NC State 72 

Championship Final 

Woke Forest 71, Notre Dome 61 



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2000 ACC Player of the Year 

Chris Corrawell, Sr., Duke 81-5 

Shane Battier, Jr., Duke 15.5 

Will Solomon, So., Clemson 3 

Juan Dixon, So., Maryland 2 

Lonny Baxter, So., Maryland 1 



SOQO ACC Rookie of the Year 

Joseph Forte, North Carolina 
Jason Williams, Duke 
Steve Blake, Maryland 
Mike Dunleovy, Duke 
Carlos Boozer, Duke 
Travis Watson, Virginia 
Damien Wilkins, NC State 

2000 ACC Coach of the Year 

Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 
Gary Williams, Maryland 

Pete Gillen, Virginia 

Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 

Lorry Shyott, Clemson 

All-ACC Teams 

First Team Itirst-leam votes) 
ChrisCarrawell,Sr., Duke (103) 
Shone Battier, Jr., Duke (101) 
Juan Dixon, So., Maryland (92) 
Will Solomon, So., Clemson |56| 
Lonny Baxter, So., Maryland (58) 

Second Team 

Terence Morris, Jr., Maryland (27) 

Ed Cota, Sr., North Carolina (34) 
Donald Hand, Jr., Virginia (12) 
Jason Collier, Sr., Georgia Tech (7) 
Joseph Forte, Fr, North Carolina (8) 
Chris Williams, So., Virginia (3) 

Third Team 

Jason Williams, Fr, Duke (3) 
Darius Songoila, So., Woke Forest (2) 
Brendan Haywood, Jr., North Carolina 
Ron Hale, Sr., Florido Stole (2) 
Domous Anderson, Sr.. Florida Stote (2) 

Honorable Mention 

Anthony Grundy, So,, NC Stole 
Carlos Boozer, Fr., Duke 
Robert O'Kelley, Jr., Woke Forest 
Steve Blake, Fr., Maryland 
Jason Copel, So., North Carolina 
Travis Watson, Fr, Virginia 



48 
43 
7 
2 
1 
1 



2000 All-ACC Freshmen Team 

Joseph Forte, North Corolino 96 

Jason Willioms, Duke 96 

Carlos Boozer, Duke 88 

Travis Wotson, Virginia 83 

Steve Blake, Maryland 66 



Honorable Mention 

Damien Wilkins, NC State 
Mike Dunleavy, Duke 

All-ACC Tournament 
First Team 

Jason Williams, Duke (MVP) 
Juan Dixon, Maryland 
Shone Bottler, Duke 
Lonny Baxter, Moryland 



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61 
59 
55 
53 

43 





Players of the Week 

N29 Jason Collier, GoT 

Will Solomon, Clem. 
Terence Morris, Md. 
Jason Copel, UNC 
Chris Williams, UVo 
Chris Corrawell, Duke 
Will Solomon, Clem. 
Damous Anderson 
Brendan Hoywood, UNC 
Donald Hand, UVo 
Lonny Boxter, Md. 
Will Solomon, Clem, 
Juon Dixon, Md 
juon Dixon, Md. 
Darius Songoila, WF 
Shone Battier, Duke 
Joson Williams, Duke 

Rookies of the Week 

N29 Joseph Forte, UNC 

Domien Wilkins, NCS 
Carlos Boozer, Duke 
Morsholl Willioms, NCS 
Carlos Boozer, Duke 
Roger Mason, UVo 
Jason Williams, Duke 
Roger Mason, UVo 
Travis Wotson, UVo 
Joson Williams, Duke 
Joseph Forte, UNC 
Travis Watson, UVa 
Joseph Forte, UNC 
Joseph Forte, UNC 



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-Year Results 


















Overall 




AP 




Confe 


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Conference Toumoment 




''cm 


Win 


loss 


Pd. Ronk PPG 


PPG 


Win 


OSS 


Pd. 


Finish 


Win Loss Pd. 


Finish 


Coach Postseason 


904-05 





2 


.000 






















1910-11 


3 


9 


.250 


218 


36.3 


















1913-14 




























I918-19 


1 


5 


.167 


143 


293 


















1923-24 


5 


7 


.417 


23.3 


23.7 


1 


2 


333 


11th 


1 


.500 


Quarterfinals 


H Burton Shipley 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 


23.6 


21,0 


3 


1 


.750 


4lh 





000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1925-26 


14 


3 


824 


291 


20.6 


7 


1 


.875 


4lh 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1926-27 


10 


10 


.500 


273 


31.1 


6 


4 


600 


9lh 





.000 


First Round 


H, Burton Shipley 


1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 


278 


22,0 


8 


1 


889 


4th 


DNP 




H, Burton Shipley 


1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 


24.8 


28.8 


2 


5 


.286 


21st 





.000 


First Round 


H, Burton Shipley 


1929-30 


16 


6 


.727 


34.2 


26.2 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 





.000 


First Round 


H Burton Shipley 


1930-31 


18 


4 


818 


32.6 


24.9 


8 


1 


889 


2nd 


2 


D 1.000 


Champions 


H, Burton Shipley 


1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 


34.5 


20.1 


8 


2 


.800 


1st 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 


32.9 


32.8 


7 


3 


700 


3rd 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 


32.6 


31.0 


6 


1 


857 


3rd 





.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 


.500 


Semihnals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1936-37 


8 


12 


.400 


373 


34.7 


4 


8 


.333 


10th 





.000 


First Round 


H, Burton Shipley 


1937-38 


15 


9 


.625 


378 


34.9 


7 


4 


.636 


7lh 


1 


,500 


Semihnals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1938-39 


15 


9 


625 


40.1 


36.4 


8 


3 


.727 


3rd 


2 


,667 


Finols 


H, Burton Shipley 


1939-40 


14 


9 


.609 


39.0 


35.7 


7 


4 


.636 


5th 


1 


.500 


Semifinals 


H, Burton Shipley 


1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 


30.0 


472 





13 


.000 


15lh 


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 


9lh 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 


1943-44 


4 


14 


.222 


31.2 


51.0 


2 


1 


.667 


4th 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1944-45 


2 


14 


.125 


35.6 


44.2 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1945-46 


9 


12 


.429 


378 


43.2 


5 


5 


.500 


5th 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1946-47 


14 


10 


583 


50.0 


53.2 


9 


4 


.692 


5th 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1947-48 


11 


14 


.444 


53.6 


56.0 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 





.000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1948-49 


9 


18 


.333 


52.6 


59.4 


8 


7 


.533 


8th 





000 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 


1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 


58.2 


60.1 


5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DN 


p 




Flucie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 


52.3 


52.6 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Flucie Stewart 


1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 


51.9 


50.7 


9 


5 


.643 


7th 





.000 


First Round 


Bud Millikan 


1952-53 


15 


8 


.652 


61.1 


54.3 


12 


3 


.800 


3rd 


1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


20 653 


55.7 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 


.500 


Semihnals 


Bud Millikan 


1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 


65.5 


61.9 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 





,000 


Quarlerhnals 


Bud Millikan 


1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 


66.7 


64.8 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 





,000 


Quarterhnols 


Bud Millikan 


1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 


64.6 


61.5 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


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 


576 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 


65.0 


56.3 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 


672 


61.2 


6 


8 


.750 


4th 


1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 


69.9 


676 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 


64.2 


71.6 


4 


10 


.286 


T6th 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 


70.2 


75.5 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikon 


1964-65 


18 


8 


.692 


73.4 


688 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 


71.6 


68.4 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 





'ooo 


Quarterhnols 


Bud Millikan 


1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 


64.9 


65.1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 





,000 


Quarterhnols 


Bud Millikan 


1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 


68.8 


73.9 


4 


10 


.286 


6lh 





000 


Quarterfinals 


Fronk Fellows 


1968-69 


8 


18 


.308 


78.8 


84.1 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 





.000 


Quorterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 


761 


747 


5 


9 


,357 


6th 





.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 


750 


73.4 


5 


9 


,357 


T6th 





.000 


Quorterhnals 


Lefty Driesell 


1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


14 76.4 


65.8 


8 


4 


667 


T2nd 


2 


.667 


Finols 


Lefty Driesell NIT Champions (4-0| 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


8 871 


74.2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 


667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell NCAA Elite Eight (1-1) 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


4 85.7 


69.0 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


5 89.9 


74.6 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 





.000 


Quorterfinols 


Lefty Driesell NCAA Elite Eight (2-1 ] 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


88.2 


74.3 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 


.500 


Semihnals 


Lefty Driesell 


1 12 



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Year-By-Year Results 



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 
1999-00 



Overall 
Win Loss 

19 8 
15 
19 
24 
21 
16 
20 
24 
25 
19 
9 



9 
19 
16 
14 
12 
18 
26 
17 
21 
21 
28 
25 



13 
11 

7 
10 
13 
10 

8 
12 
14 
17 
13 
20 
14 
12 
15 
16 
12 

8 
13 
11 
11 

6 
10 



Pet. 
.704 
.536 
.633 
774 
.677 
.551 
.667 
.750 
.676 
.576 
.346 
.581 
.310 
.576 
.571 
.483 
.429 
.600 
.765 
.567 
.656 
.656 
.824 
.714 



AP 
Rank 



22 
20 
5 
17 



PPG 

78.3 
82.1 
779 
80.0 
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 
76.7 



PPG 

74.1 
79.5 
74,7 
71.8 
69.8 
58.8 
71.4 
672 
65.0 
65.6 
73.3 
71.8 
74.2 
777 
79.4 
78.9 
79.5 
73.2 
73.9 
76.3 
66.8 
72.1 
66.4 
68.2 



Conference 
Win Loss Pet, 
7 5 
9 
6 
3 
6 
9 
6 
5 
6 



3 
6 
11 



.583 
.250 
500 
.786 
.571 
.357 
.571 
.643 
.571 
6 8 .429 

14 .000 
6 8 .429 

1 13 .071 

8 .429 

9 .357 



6 

5 

5 

2 

8 

12 

8 

9 

10 

13 

11 



11 .313 

14 .125 

8 .500 

4 .750 
8 .500 
7 .562 
6 .625 
3 .813 

5 .688 



Finish 

4th 

6lh 

4th 

Ist 

4th 

5th 

T3rcl 

2nd 

T4th 

6th 

8th 

5th 

8th 

T5th 

7th 

8th 

T4th 

T4th 

Tlst 

T4th 

T4th 

3rd 

2nd 

2nd 



All-Time Coaching History 





H. Burton Shipley 

I3S3-S^T0 ia^B-^7 

3^ SEASONS 

Overall: 2<I3- 1 99 (.5501 
Southern Conf.: 1 24-9 1 (.577) 



Flucie Stewart 

1917-^8 TO 19^9-50 

3 SEASONS 

Overall: ^7-^B (.360) 
Southern Conf.: 22-27 iMBB) 




Conference Tournament 



Win Loss Pet. 



.000 
.500 
.500 
.667 
.667 
.000 
.000 
1.000 
.000 
.500 
.000 
.500 
.500 
.000 



DNP 



.500 
.500 
.000 
.000 
.500 
.500 
.500 
.500 
.667 



Finish 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Finals 

Finals 

Quarterfinals 

Quarterhnals 

Champions 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Quarterfinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Semifinals 

Finals 




iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 
iesell 



Cooeh 

Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Drii 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dri( 
Lefty Dri 
Lefty Dn 
Bob Wade 
Bob Wade 
Bob Wade 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gory Williams 
Gary Williams 
Gary Williams 



Postseason 



NIT Second Round (2-1 
NCAA Sweet 16 (1-1] 
NCAA Second Round ( 
NIT Second Round (2-1 
NCAA Second Round ( 
NCAA Sweet 16(1-1) 
NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 
NCAA Second Round ( 



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NCAA Second Round (1-1) 
NIT Second Round (1-11 



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) 
NCAASecond Round (1-1) 




Bud Millikan 

I9S0-SI TO I9BE-B7 
i 7 seasons 

Overall: 243- 1 82 (.572) 
SC/ACC: 1 30- 1 09 (.544) 



Frank Fellows 

I9E7-BBT0 I9B8-B9 

2 SEASONS 

Overall: 1 6-34 (.320) 
ACC: 6-22 (.2 1 4) 





Charies 'Lefty' Drieseil 

1 989-70 TO I9BS-BE 
i 7 seasons 

Overall: 348-159 (.6861 
ACC: 1 22- 1 00 (.5501 



Bob Wade 

1988-87 TO 1988-89 

3 SEASONS 

Overall: 36-50 (.4 1 9) 
ACC: 7-35 (.167) 



Gary Williams 

1989-90 to present 
i i seasons 

Overall: 2 1 7- 1 28 (.629) 
ACC: 89-83 (.5 I 7) 



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Scoring 

Gome: 44 Ernest Graham vs. NC Stole (12-2a78| 
Seoson: 776 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 

Fr.; 582 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 708 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 701 ten Bios (1984-85) 

Sr.: 776 Wall Willioms (1991-92) 
Career 2,149 Len Bios (1982-86) 

Scoring Average 

Season: 26.8 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

Fr.: 19.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 212 Tom McMillan (1971-72) 

Jr.: 23.3 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

Sr.: 26.8 Wolt Willioms (1991-92) 

Career 20 5 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

Rebounds 

Game: 26 Len Elmore vs. Woke Forest (2-27-74) 

Seoson: 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

Fr.: 323 Buck Willioms (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) 

Rebounding Average 

Season: 14.7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

Fr.: 10.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 110 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

Jr.: 12 2 Will Hertzel (1968-69) 

Sr.; 14,7 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

Career 12.2 Len Elmore (1971-74) 

Assists 

Gome: 15 Terrell Stokes vs. Western Corolino (11-14-98) 

Season: 221 Keith Gotlin (1984-85) 

Fr.: 217 Steve Bloke (1999-00) 

So.: 221 Keith Gotlin (1984-85) 

Jr.: 204 Keith Gotlin (1985-86) 

Sr.: 213 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

Career 649 Keith Gotlin (1983-88) 



Steals 

Gome: 9 Johnny Rhodes at North Corolino (2-7-96) 

9 Johnny Rhodes vs. Americon ( 12-23-95) 

Season: 110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

Fr: 71 Steve Bloke (1999-00) 

71 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

So.: 78 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

Jr: 96 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

Sr.: 110 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

Career 344 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 




Blocked Shots 

Gome: 12 Cedric Lewis ot South Florido (l-2a91) 

1 2 Derrick Lewis at Jomes Modison ( 1 -2 8-87) 

Season: 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Fr: 99 Derrick Lewis (198485) 

So.: 97 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr; 114 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

Sr; 143 Cedric Lewis (199a91) 

Career 339 Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

Field Coal Percentage 

Game; 10-10 Lonny Boxter vs. North Texos (12-23-98) 

Season; .647 Buck Williams (1980-81) (183-283) 

So.; -606 Buck Williams (1979-80) (143-236) 

Jr.: 643 Greg Monning (1979-80) (196-305) 

Sr: .647 Buck Willioms (198a81) (183-283) 

Career .615 Buck Williams (1978-81) (446-725) 

Field Coals Made 

Gome: 18 Ernest Graham vs. NC Stote ('2-20-78) 

Consecutive in Game; 

10 Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 

1 Borry Votes vs. Miomi (Flo.) ( 1 2-29-70) 

10 Keith Gotlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 

Consecutive in Multiple Gaines: 

15 Greg Monning (over two gomes during the 
1980- 81 seoson, olso on ACC record) 

Seoson: 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 Adrion Branch (1984-85) 

Career 862 Albert King (1977-81) 

862 John Lucos (1972-76) 

Field Coals Attempted 

Gome: 34 Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 

Season; 542 Walt Willioms (1991-92) 

Fr: 395 Joe Smilh (1993-94) 

So.: 506 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

Jr.: 527 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

Sr; 542 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 

Career 1,673 Albert King (1977-81) 

3-PoiNT Field Coals Made 

Game; 
Season; 

Fr 

So.: 

Jr: 

Sr: 
Career 



7 Wolt Williams vs. Florida Stole (2-5-92) 

89 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 

59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

49 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

89 Wall Williams (1991-92) 

186 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 




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Gome; 13 Danny Miller vs. Clemson (1-22-00) 
Season: 240 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 
Fr 175 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 



So.; 


135 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 


Jr; 


164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 


Sr: 


240 Wolt Willioms (1991-92) 


Career 


557 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


Free Throws Made 


Gome: 


17 Tom McMillen vs Conisius (12-17-71 ) 


Consecutive in Gome: 




15 Albert King vs. Boston University (2-11-80) 


Consecutive in Multiple Gomes; 




32 DuoneSimpkins (1993-94) 




32 Len Bios (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 


Gome; 


24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington |12-9-96) 


Seoson; 


297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 


Fr 


229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


So.: 


282 Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Jr: 


214 Keith Boolh (1995-96) 


Sr.; 


297 Keith Boolh (1996-97) 


Career 


824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 



Cames Played 

Seoson: 37 Len Bios (1984-85) 

37 Adrian Bronch (1984-85) 
Career 131 Len Bios (1982-86) 
Consecutive in o Career 

126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

Cames Started 

Seoson: 37 Len.Bios (1984-85) 

37 Adrion Bronch (1984-85) 
Career 126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Consecutive in o Career 

126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 



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Scoring 





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Came 



2, 


43 


T3. 


41 


T5. 


40 


7. 


39 


T8. 


38 



13. 


36 


T14. 


35 


T18 


34 



T23. 33 




Tom McMillen 



T38, 32 



T47. 31 




T58, 30 



' Denotes 



Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 
Al Bungevs, Yale (1-4-60) 
Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 
Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 
JoeSmithvs. Duke (3-1-95) 
Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (SC Tournament; 3-6-53) 
Wolt Williams vs. Woke Forest (1-22-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. Clemson (ACC Tournament; 3-12-92) 
Wolt Williams ot Florido State (2-5-92) * 
Albert King vs. Clemson (ACC Tournoment, 2-29-80) 
Jim O'Brien vs. North Corolina (1-27-73) 
Howard White vs. South Carolina (12-16-70) 
Evers Burns vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 
Exree Hipp vs. Tovs'son State (12-23-93) 
Jerrod Mustaf vs. Duke (2-10-901 
Len Bios ol North Carolina (2-20-86) 
Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71 ) 
Wolt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
John Lucas vs. NC Stale 1 1-28-76) 
John Lucas vs. Wake Forest (1-10-76) 
Gory Word vs. Woke Forest (2-7-66) 
Juan Dixon vs. Georgio Tech (2-16-00) 
Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (ACC Tournament; 3-9-96) 
Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 
JoeSmithvs. Utah (H-22-94) 
JoeSmithvs. Rider (11-30-93) 
Wolt Willioms ot 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 ( 1 1 -26-85) 
Tom McMillen vs Novy (1-20-73) 
Tom McMillen vs. Conisius (12-17-71) 
Hov/ard White vs. Georgetov/n (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) 
laron Profit at Florida State (2-27-99) 
Steve Froncis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 
Kevin McLinton vs, Florido Stole (2-13-93) 
Wolt 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. Woke Forest (1-20-80) 
Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown ( 12-13-71 ) 
Borry Yates vs, Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 
Juan Dixon vs. Duke (2-9-00) 
Lonny Boxter vs, NC Stole (2-6-00) 
Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-15-00) 
JoeSmithvs. Texas (3-18-95) 
Wait Willioms vs. Virginia (3-7-92) 
Wolt Willtams vs. Clemson (1-25-92)* 
Walt Williams vs. West Virginia (12-7-91 ) 
Len Bios vs. UNLV (12-7-85) 
Ernest Grohom vs Bucknell (12-22-79) 
John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 
John Lucas vs, Duke (2-2-74) 
Johnny Rhodes vs, Kentucky (11-24-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 
Joe Smith at Oklohomo ( 12-7-93) 
Walt Williams vs. Florida State (1-18-92)* 
Wolt Willioms vs. NC Slate (1-11-92)* 
Wolt Willioms vs. Rutgers (12-27-90) 
Wall Williams vs. Boston College (12-3-90) 
Jerrod Mustaf vs. Delowore State (11-25-89) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Georgio Tech (2-14-89) 
Len Bios vs. Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 
Len Bias vs. Villanova( 1-27-85) 
Adrian Branch vs. Virginio (1-30-85) 
Albert King at Virginia (2-21 -79) 
John Lucos vs. NC State (1-16-75) 
Barry Yotes vs. Richmond ( 1 -2-71 ) 
consecutive games during the 1 991-92 season 




Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Len Bios (1985-86) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Bios (1984-85) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Juan Dixon (1999-00) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Tom McMillen (1972-73) 
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) 
Lonny Boxler (1999-00) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Terence Morris (1999-00) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Terence Morris (1998-99) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Joy McMillen (1964-65) 
Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 
Loron Profit (1997-98) 



Len Btas( 1982-86) 
Albert King (1977-81) 
Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
John Lucos (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 Monning (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) 
Joy McMillen (1964-67) 
Terence Morris (1997-presenl) 
Joe Smith (19941995) 
Bob Kessler (1953-56) 
Lee Browley (1949-52) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-73) 
Steve Sheppqrd (1974-76) 
Larry Gibson (1975-79) 
ObinnoEkezie (1996-99) 
Mourice Howard (1972-76) 
Buck Williams (1978-81) 
DuaneSimpkins{ 1993-96) 
Gory Word (1963-67) 
Keith Gotlin (1984-88) 
Kevin McLinton (1989-93) 
Brad Davis (1974-76) 
Len Elmore (1971-74) 
Lawrence Boston (1975-78) 



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coring Average 




Rebounds 




Season 



26.8 Wall Williams (199].92) 

23.3 Will Helzel (1968-69) 

23.2 ten Bias (1985-86) 
22.1 Gene Shue (1952-53) 
21.8 Gene Shue (IPSS-Sa) 

21.7 Albert King (1979-80) 
212 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

20.8 Joe Smith (199495) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

20.4 Bob Kessler( 1954-55) 

20.3 Bob Kessler 11955-56) 
20.1 John Lucas 1 1 975-76) 



Career 

205 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

20.2 Joe Smith (1993-95) 
18.7 Gene Shue (1951-54) 

18.3 John Lucas (1972-76) 
18.0 Will Hetzel (1967-70) 

17.4 Albert King (1977-81) 
16 6 JerrodMuslol (1988-90) 
16.2 Walt Willioms( 1988-92) 




11. 


715 


Albert King (1977-81) 


12 


704 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 


13 


689 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


14. 


671 


ObinnGEkezie( 1996-99) 


15. 


651 


Rod Horsl (1968-70) 


16 


648 


Terence Morris ( 1997-presenl) 


17 


636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


18 


634 


Eve rs Burns (199a93) 


19 


629 


Lawrence Boston ( 1976-78) 


20. 


615 


Gory Word (1964-66) 


21. 


586 


Tom Roy (1973-75) 


22 


582 


Steve Sheppord (1975-77) 


T23 


572 


Loron Profit (1996-99) 
Ernest Grahom (1978-81) 


25 


570 


Rodney Elliott (1995-1998) 


26. 


546 


Adrion Branch (1982-85) 



Rebounding Average 



1 


26 


T2. 


24 


68) 




4 


23 


T5 


22 



Came 

ten Elmore at Woke Forest (2-27-74) 
len Elmore vs. Kent Stole (1-2-73) 
Will Hetzel vs. W. Virginia (12-4- 

Demck Lev^sotJ. Madison (t -28-87) 
Buck Williams vs. Louisville ( 12-1 3-80) 
Buck Williams at UNLV ( 1 2-4-78) 
Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (2-26-58) 
Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-25-56) 

T9. 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. Corolino (2-13-74) 
Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky (12-5-73) 

T14. 20 JoeSmilhvs. Florida St. (1-11-94) 
Tony Mossenburg at Go. Tech (2-13-90) 
Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Richmond ( 1-2-74) 

Season 

1. 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2. 363 Buck Willioms (1980-81) 

3. 362 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

4. 351 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

5. 336 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

6 323 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
T7 321 Joe Smith (1993-94) 
Tom Roy (1974-75) 

9 318 Will Hetzel ( 1968-69) 

10 314 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 
11. 308 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

12 306 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 




Assists 



Career 

1. 1,053 Len Elmore (1971-74) 

2 948 Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

3. 928 Buck Willioms (1978-81) 

4. 916 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

5. 895 Lorry Gibson (1975-80) 

6 859 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

7 849 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

8 795 Al Bunge (1957-60) 

9. 745 Len Bios (1982-86) 

10. 722 Tony Mossenburg (1985-90) 




Season 

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 (198a81) 

6 11.2 len Elmore (1972-73) 

7 11.1 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

8 110 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

9 10.8 Buck Williams (1978-79) 
TIO 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Joe Smith (1993-94) 
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Career 

1 12.2 Len Elmore (1971-74) 
T2 109 Buck Williams (1978-81) 

Bob Kessler (1953-54) 
4 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 
5. 10.6 Al Bunge (1957-60) 



Came 

1. 15 Terrell Slokes vs. W Corolino (1114-9S! 

2 14 Tenell Stokes vs. Towson St (11-30961 

13 13 Steve Francis vs. Virginia (2-6-991 

Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 

T5 12 Terrell Stokesvs. S.C.St. (12-27981 

Terrell Stokes vs. Missouri (2-1 8 96) 
Kevin McUnlon vs. NC Stote ( 1 -26^91 ! 
Keith Gatlin vs. Navy (3-17-85) 
Keith Gatlin at No. Carolina ( 1 -9-85 1 
Dutch MorJey at Clemson (2-13-82) 
Dutch Morley vs. Morsholl (12-29-80) 
John Lucosvs. Buffalo (2-11-73) 
Rich Poroc vs. Conisios (12-17-71 ) 



Season 



1. 


221 


2. 


217 


3. 


213 


4. 


204 


5. 


178 


6. 


175 


7 


172 


8. 


165 


9. 


162 


10. 


159 


11 


154 


12 


152 



T13. 149 



15 148 

16 143 



Keith Gatlin (6,0 opg; 1984-85) 
Steve Bloke (6.2 opg; 1999-00) 
Terrell Stokes (6 3 opg; 1998-901 
Keith Gatlin (6.4 opg; 1985-86; 
John Lucos (5.9 opg; 1972-73) 
Kevin McLinton (6.3 opg; 1992-93) 
Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1987-88) 
Brod Davis (5 9 opg; 1975-76) 
DuoneSimpkins(4.8apg; 1994-95] 
John Lucos (5.6 opg; 1973-74) 
Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg; 1991-92) 
Steve Francis (4.5 opg; 1998-99) 
Terrell Stokes (4 7 opg, 1997-98) 
Walt Williams (4,5 opg, 1989-90) 
Keith Gotlin (4.6 opg, 1983-84) 
Terrell Stokes (4,5 opg. 1996-97) 



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Career 

1. 649 Keith Gatlin (5.3 apg; 1983-88) 

2. 590 Terrell Stokes |4.6 apg; 1996-99) 

3. 514 John Lucas |47 apg; 1972-76) 

4. 483 Duone Simpkins (4,1 opg, 1993-96) 

5. 469 Kevin McLinton (5.2 apg; 1989-93) 

6. 460 Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1978-82) 

7. 437 Johnny Rhodes (3.6 opg; 1993-96) 

8. 431 Brad Davis (5,1 opg; 1974-77) 

9. 410 Walt Williams (3.9 apg; 1988-92) 

10. 360 JeffAdkins (2.8 apg; 1981-85) 

11. 346 ErnestGraham (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) 




Came 



Blocked Shots 



Tl. 



3. 
T4. 



T9. 



9 Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Americon (12-23-95) 

8 Terrell Stokes vs. S.C. State (12-27-98) 

7 Loron Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-97) 
Johnny Rhodes ot Virginia (2-1-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Howard (12-6-95) 
Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-11-89) 
Wolt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mory's (11-23-91) 

6 Steve Bloke vs. Duke (2-9-00) 

Juon Dixon vs. Notre Dome (11-26-99) 
Steve Blake vs. Tulane (11-19-99) 
Steve Francis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 
Steve Francis vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 
Laron Profit vs. Georgia Tech (1-21-98) 
S. Josikevicius vs. UNC-Asheville ( 1 2-2 2-97) 
Loron Profit vs. Konsos (12-7-97) 
Terrell Stokes vs. UMBC (12-4-96) 
Terrell Stokes vs. Towson St. ( 1 1 -30-96) 
Laron Profit vs. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Colgate (12-8-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-26-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Duke (1-29-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Hofstro (12-29-93) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Rider (11-30-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
Vince Broodnox at Clemson (2-6-91 ) 
Albert King at Clemson (1-17-81) 
Albert King vs. Temple (12-29-79) 
ErnestGraham vs. Catholic (12-15-79) 
Dutch Morley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
John lucos vs. Clemson (1-21-76) 




Season 

1 . 1 1 Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spg; 1995-96) 

2. 96 Juan Dixon (2.7 spg; 1999-00) 

3. 95 Steve Francis (2.8 spg; 1998-99) 

4. 87 Laron Profit (2.7 spg; 1997-98) 

5. 85 Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg; 1994-95) 

6. 78 Johnny Rhodes (2.6 spg; 1993-94) 
T7 71 Steve Blake (2.0 spg; 1999-00) 

Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg; 1992-93) 

9. 68 Loron Profit (2.0 spg; 1998-99) 

10. 67 Terrell Stokes (2.0 spg; 1998-99) 
Til. 64 Keith Booth (2.0 spg; 1996-97) 

Dutch Morley (2.1 spg; 1979-80) 
13. 60 WaltWilliams (2.1 spg; 1991-92) 
T14. 57 Loron Profit (1.8 spg; 1996-97) 

Wait Williams (1.7 spg; 1989-90) 
16. 53 Terence Morris (1.6 spg; 1999-00) 
17 51 Joe Smith (1.5 spg; 1994-95) 
T18. 50 Terence Morris (1.5 spg; 1998-99) 

Juan Dixon (1.5 spg; 1998-99) 
T20. 47 Evers Burns (1.7 spg; 1992-93) 

Kevin McLinton (1.6 spg; 1991-92) 




Career 

344 Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg, 1993-96) 

252 Loron Profit (2,1 spg; 1996-99) 

193 Keith Booth (1.53 spg; 1994-97) 

190 Terrell Stokes ( 1 ,49 spg; 1996-99) 

175 Wolt Williams (1,7 spg; 1988-92) 

170 Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1978-82) 

146 Juan Dixon (2,1 spg; 1999-00) 

137 Derrick Lev/is (1.1 spg; 1984-88) 

136 Kevin McLinton (1.5 spg; 1989-93) 

130 Terence Morris (1.3 spg; 1999-00) 

123 ErnestGraham (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

120 DuaneSimpkins(l.l spg; 1993-96) 

119 Albert King (1.0 spg; 1977-81) 

114 Evers Burns (1.0 spg; 1989-93) 

T15. 110 JeffAdkins (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 

Adrian Branch (0.9 spg; 1981-85) 



Came 

Tl. 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 ( 1 1 -24-84) 

T7. 8 Cedric Lewis vs. Georgio Tech (2-13-91) 
Cedric Lewis vs. Md.-Balt. County ( 1 -7-91 ) 
Cedric Lewis vs. Colif.-lrvine (12-11-90) 
Lorry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's ( 1 2-29-78) 

Til. 7 Lonny Baxter vs. NC State (2-6-00) 

Terence Morris vs. Woke Forest (1-19-00) 
Terence Morris vs. Tulane (11-19-99) 
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. Stonford (12-28-84) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Md.-E. Shore (12-13-84) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Cleveland State (12-5-84) 
Tony Mossenburg vs. Md.-E. Shore (12-1-88) 
Lorry Gibson vs. Syrocuse (12-24-76) 
Len Eimore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

Season 

1. 143 Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1990-91) 

2. 114 Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1986-87) 

3. 99 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-85) 

4. 97 Joe Smith (2.9 bpg; 1994-95) 

5. 93 Joe Smith (3.1 bpg; 1993-94) 

6. 79 Lonny Baxter (2.3 bpg; 1999-00) 

7 77 Terence Morris (2.3 bpg; 1998-99) 

T8. 71 Terence Morris (2.1 bpg, 1999-00) 

71 Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1985-86) 

10. 67 Lorry Gibson (2.5 bpg; 1976-77) 

11. 58 Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg; 1978-79) 

12. 57 Lorry Gibson (2.0 bpg; 1977-78) 



Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1984-88) 

2. 239 Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1987-90) 

3. 190 Joe Smith (3.0 bpg; 1994-1995) 

4. 182 Lorry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1975-79) 

5. 177 Terence Morris (1.7 bpg; 1998-00) 

6. 125 ObinnaEkezie(ll bpg; 1996-99) 
7 103 Lonny Baxter ( 1 .5 bpg; 1 999-00) 

8. 97 Tony Mossenburg (0.9 bpg; 1985-90) 

9. 87 Len Bios (0.7 bpg; 1982-86) 

10. 86 Buck Willioms( 1.0 bpg; 1978-81) 

11. 81 WoltWillioms (0.8 bpg; 1988-92) 

12. 75 Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1982-84) 
T13, 72 Laron Profit (0.6 bpg; 1996-99) 

Keith Booth (0.5 bpg; 1994-97) 

15. 64 Evers Burns (0.6 bpg; 1990-93) 



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Came Imin. 8 att.l 

Tl 1 000 (laiOl Lonny Baxter v5 No Texos(12-23-98) 

(9-9| Sieve Francis « NC State 1 1-1&99) 

(8-8) ObinnoEkezievs Ameficon(12-21-96| 

(8-8) Joe Smith v$. Clemson ( 1 -25-95) 

(8-8) Buck Willioms v5 Conisius (12-23-78) 

(8-8) GorYWillioms«S,Corolino{)2-1(ki6) 

(8-8) Greg Morning vs. f Dickinson (12-1080) 

(8-8) BenCotemanvs, Duquesne()2-l(V83) 

18-8) Ben Colemon vs Woke Forest (2-26^4] 

Season imin. i oo att.l 

(183-283) Buck Williams (1980-81) 

(196-305) Greg Manning (1979-80) 

(102-167) ChoHesPiitmon (1981-82) 

(194-319) Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

(143-236) Buck Williams (1979-80) 



Career 



(446-725) Buck Willioms (1978-81) 
(376-638) Ben Coleman ( 1983-84) 
(623-1068) Greg Manning (1977-81) 
(438-760) towrence Boston (1976-78) 
(699-1,259) Tom McMillen (1971-74) 
(484-878) Larry Gibson (1975-79) 
(451-819) Joe Smith (1994-95) 
(300-546) Lonny Baxter (1998-present) 
(485-886) Maurice Howard ( 1973-76) 
(564-1,044) Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 
(838-1,562) Len Bias (1983-86) 
(386-721) Brad Davis (1975-77) 
(491-927) Steve Sbeppord (1975-77) 
(393-748) Jerrod Musiof (1989-90) 
(862-1,643) John Lucas ( 1973-76) 
(524-1,001 ) T. Massenbuig ( 1986 88-90) 
(486-934) Terence Morris (1997-Pr.) 
(862-1,673) Albert King (1978-81) 



Field Goals Made 




Season 

I 275 Albert King (1979-80) 

2. 274 Len Bias (1984-85) 

3, 270 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

4 267 Len Bios (1985-86) 

5 256 Walt Williams (1991-92) 
6. 253 John Lucos (1973-74) 

7 250 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 

8. 245 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

9 236 Jerrod Muslal (1989-90) 

10. 235 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

II 234 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 
T12. 233 John Lucas (1975-76) 

Will Helzel (1968-69) 
14, 232 Albert King (198a8li 

Career 

Tl 



862 Albert King (1977-81) 
John Lucas (1972-76) 

838 Len Bias (1982-86) 

767 Adrian Branch (1981-85) 

699 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

686 Ernest Graham (1977-81) 

684 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

8 623 Greg Monning (1977-81) 

9. 589 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

TIG 583 Laron Proht ( 1996-98) 

Walt Williams (1988-92) 

564 Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 

547 Will Hetzel 11967-70) 

545 Evers Burns (1989-93) 

T15 524 Exree Hipp (1993-96) 

524 Tony Mossenburg (1985-90) 



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13. 
14. 



Field Goals Attempted 




Season 

542 
529 
527 



2 

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4 

5 

6 

7 

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519 
506 
497 
495 
491 
469 
468 
462 
456 
454 
14. 446 
15 437 
16. 428 

Career 

1,673 
1,643 
1.579 
1,562 
1,482 
1,363 
1,291 
1,259 
1,251 
1,242 
1,229 
1,125 
1,092 
1,070 
1,068 
1,044 



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5 

6 

7 

8. 

9 

10. 

11 

12. 

13 

14. 

15 

16 



Wall Williams (1991-92) 
Adrian Bronch (1984-85) 
Will Helzel (1968-69) 
Len Bios (1984-85) 
Juon Dixon (1999-00) 
Albert King (1979-80) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Len Bias ( 1985-86) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Bob Kessler( 1954-55) 
Albert King (198a81) 
John Lucos (1975-76) 
Ernest Grohom (1978-79) 
Jerrod Muslaf( 1989-90) 
Keith Booth ( 1996-97) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 



Albert King (1977-81) 
John Lucas (1972-76) 
Adrian Branch (1981-85) 
Len Bios (1982-86) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Ernest Grohom (1977-81) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Tom McMillen 1 1971 -74) 
Walt Willioms (1988-92) 
Will Helzel (1967-70) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Joy McMillen (1964-67) 
Evers Burns (1989-93) 
Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Greg Monning (1977-81) 
Derrick Lewis (1984-88) 



3-Point Field Goals Made 




Season 



1. 

2. 
3 

4 
5 
6. 
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T9. 



T12, 



T14. 



89 Wall Williams (1991-92) 

64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

60 Sorunos Josikevicius (1997-98) 

59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

56 Keith Gotlin (1987-88) 

49 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

48 ManRoe(199a91) 

Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
45 Steve Francis (1998-99) 

DuaneSimpkins( 1995-96) 

Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 
42 Sorunos Josikevicius ( 1 996-97) 

Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
40 DuoneSimpkins (1994-95) 

Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 



Career 

186 



10. 
11. 
12 
13 
14. 
T15. 



154 
136 
132 
130 
105 
89 
85 
84 
75 
62 
61 
59 
56 
48 
48 



Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Walt Williams (1988-92) 
Sorunos Josikevicius ( 1995-98) 
Teyon McCoy ( 1986-88, 1989901 
DuoneSimpkins (1993-96) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Terrell Stakes (1996-99) 
Juon Dixon (1998-presenl) 
Exree Hipp (1993-1996) 
Terence Morris (1997-present) 
Mono Lucos (1993-96) 
Steve Hood (1986-88) 
John Johnson (1985-89) 
Keith Gotlin (1984-86, 1987-88) 
Rudy Archer (1987-88) 
Molt Roe (199091) 



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Free Throws Made 




Season 




1, 


240 


Walt Williams (1991-921 


2. 


173 


Johnny Rhodes 1)992-93| 


3. 


164 


Teyon McCoy 11989-90) 


4. 


156 


Matt Roe (1990-91) 


5. 


151 


Loron Profit (1997-98) 


T6, 


135 


Juan Dixon (1999-00) 
Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 


8, 


131 


Sorunas Jasikevicius (1996-97) 


9. 


129 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


10. 


122 


Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


It. 


120 


Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


12. 


117 


Laion Profit (1997-98) 


13. 


116 


Steve Francis (1998-99) 


14. 


113 


Keith Gotlin (1987-88) 


15, 


105 


DuoneSimpkins (1994-95) 


Career 




1. 


557 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


2, 


429 


Walt Williams (1988-92) 


3. 


363 


Sorunas Josikevicius (1995-98) 


4. 


326 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


5. 


320 


DuoneSimpkins (1993-96) 


6. 


316 


Teyon McCoy (1986-88, 1989-90) 


7. 


286 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


8. 


235 


Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 


9. 


232 


Juon Dixon (1998-present) 


10. 


209 


Terence Morris (1997-present) 


11. 


171 


Morio Lucas (1993-96) 


12. 


156 


Matt Roe (1990-91) 


13. 


148 


Sieve Hood (1986-87) 


14. 


134 


Danny Miller (1998-present) 


15. 


128 


Rodney Elliott (1995-98) 



Free Throw Percentage 




Came Imin. I a^M 

Tl. 1.000 (14-14) JenyGreen5panvs.Minn.(12-1060) 
1 3- 1 3) Len Bios vs. N. Carolina (2-20-86) 
13-13) lee Brawleyvs. N.Carolina (1-2-51) 
12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Ky. ( 1 1.24-95) 
12-12) Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91 ) 
12-12) T Massenburg at Penn St. (3-19-90) 
12-12) Bill Stosiulotis vs. W. Forest (3-3-61 ) 
12-12) lee Brawleyvs. N.Carolino (1-2-51) 
1 2- 1 2 ) Bob Kessler vs. G. Washington ( 1 -5-56) 
11-11) Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 
10-10) Tom Milroy vs. Penn St. (11-3068) 
1 0- 1 0) Jeny Bechtle vs. N. Carolina (2-23-60) 

13. .929 (13-14) WollWilliamsvs.N.Carolina(l-ia90) 

Season (min. so atu 



1. 


.908 


(79-87) 


GregMonning (1979-80) 


T2. 


.864 


(209-242) 


len Bias (1985-86) 






(57-66) 


JoJo Hunter (1977-78) 


4. 


.862 


(50-58) 


Keith Gotlin (1984-85) 


5 


.857 


(66-77) 


Greg Manning (1978-79) 


Career 






1. 


.858 


(315-367) 


Greg Monning (1977-81) 


2. 


.836 


(122-146) 


Dutch Morley (1979-82) 


3. 


.830 


{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 


.802 


(85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959-61) 


8. 


.801 


(157-196) 


Juan Dixon (1998-present) 


9. 


.799 


(409-512) 


Tom McMillen (1971-74) 


10. 


.7953 


(470-591 ) 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


It. 


.7951 


(163-205) 


Keith Gotlin (1983-88) 


12. 


.799 


(254-318) 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 



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1. 


213 


Keith Booth (1996-97) 


T2. 


209 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Bios (1985-86) 


4, 


197 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


5. 


175 


Wolt 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 Greenspon (1962-63) 


12. 


139 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


T13. 


134 


ObinnoEkezie (1997-98) 
Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 


IS, 


133 


JimHolleck (1956-57) 


Career 




1 


576 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 


470 


len Bios (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 


ObinnoEkezie (1996-99) 


9. 


334 


Albert King (1977-81) 


10. 


317 


Jerry Greenspon (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 




824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

607 Adrian Branch (1981-85) 

591 Len Bios (1982-86) 

587 Bob Kessler (1953-56) 

544 ObinnoEkezie (1996-99) 

512 Tom McMillen (1971-74) 

511 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

504 Walt Williams (1988-92) 

487 Derrick lewis (1984-8 

476 Tony Massenburg (1985-90) 

431 loron Profit (1996-99) 
Albert King (1977-81) 

420 Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 

419 Buck Williams (1978-81) 

389 AIBunge( 1957-60) 



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14. 269 Jojo Hunter (1976-77) 
15 250 Juon Dixon (1998-99) 

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Assists 


Field Coals Made 


3-Pt. 


Field Coals Att. 


1. 19.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


1. 217 Steve Blake (1999-00) 


1. 190 


John lucos (1972-73) 


1. 173 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


2. 15.2 Adrion Branch (1981-82) 


2. 178 John lucos (1972-73) 


2. 168 


Joe Smilh (1993-94) 


2 102 Steve Bloke (1999-00) 


3 14.3 JerrodMustG(( 1988-89) 


3. 148 Keith Gollin (1983-84) 


T3. 164 


Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 97 Juon Dixon (1998-99) 


T4 14 2 Steve Hood (1986-87) 


4. 134 Brad Davis (1974-75) 


164 


Albert King (1977-78) 


4. 92 Drew Nicholas (1999-00) 


14.2 John tucos( 1972-73) 


5 128 Dutch Morley (1978-791 5 157 


JerrodMustof (1988-89) 


T5. 80 Sieve Hood (1986-87) 


6 14.0 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


6. Ill Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 6. 149 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


80 Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 


7 13.6 Albert King (1977-78) 


7 91 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 7 141 


Brod Dovis (1974-75) 


7 63 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


8 12.8 Brod Davis (1974-75) 


8. 87 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


8. 136 


Steve Hood (1986-87) 


8. 39 Danny Miller (1998-99) 


9. 12.3 Brian Williams (1987-88) 


9. 85 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 9. 130 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


T9. 37 Terence Morris (1997-98) 


10. 12.1 Greg Manning (1977-78) 


10 74 Greg Manning (1977-78) 10. 123 


Greg Manning (1977-78) 


37 Sorunosjosikevicius (1994-95) 


11 11.8 lorry Gibson (1975-76) 


11. 67 DuaneSimpkins( 1992-93) 11. 120 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


11. 33 laron Profit (1995-96) 


12 11.3 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


12. 66 Wall Williams (1988-89) 12. 113 


JoJo Hunter (1976-77) 


T12. 27 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


13 10.6 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


13. 65 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


13. 91 


Terence Morris (1997-98) 


27 DuoneSimpkins (1992-93) 


T14. 10.0 Buck Williams (1978-79) 


14. 64 Albert King (1977-78) 


14 88 


Derrick lewis (1984-85) 


27 Walt Williams (198-89) 


10 Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


15. 56 Steve Hood (1986-87) 


15. 87 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


T15. 19 Tah|Holden (1999-00) 
19 Wayne Bristol (1991-92) 


Rebounds 


Steals 


Field Coals Att. 




1 323 Buck Williams (1978-79) 


n. 71 Sieve Bloke (1999-00) 


1. 395 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


Free Throws Made 


2 322 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


71 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 2. 355 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


1. 168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


3 241 Derrick lev.is (1984-85) 


3 50 Juan Dixon (1998-99) 


3. 353 


John lucos (1972-73) 


2. 114 Adrion Branch (1981-82) 


4. 202 JerrodMustaf( 1988-89) 


4. 45 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


4. 346 


Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


3. 92 Greg Manning (1977-78) 


5. 187 Albert King (1977-78) 


5. 43 Dutch Morley (1978-79) 5. 327 


Albert King (1977-78) 


4. 87 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


6. 183 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


6. 42 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


6. 302 


JerrodMustof (1988-89) 


5. 82 Brad Davis (1974-75) 


7 173 Brian Williams (1987-88) 


7. 40 Loron Profit (1995-96) 


7 290 


Steve Hood (1986-87) 


6. 65 AlBunge (1957-58) 


8 157 Larry Gibson (1975-76) 


8 38 Terrell Stokes (1995-96) 8. 270 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


7 62 Sieve Hood (1986-87) 


9 145 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


9. 35 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


9. 249 


Keith Booth (1993-94) 


8. 60 Buck Williams (1978-79) 


no 138 Mike Mardesich( 1997-98) 


10 34 Danny Miller (1998-99) 10. 243 


Brad Davis (1974-75) 


T9. 53 Albert King (1977-78) 


138 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


11. 33 Walt Williams (1988-89) 11. 227 


Jo Jo Hunter (1976-77) 


. 53 JerrodMustof (1988-89) 


T12. 125 ten Bios (1982-83) 


12. 29 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 


12. 215 


Greg Manning 1 1977-78) 


Til. 51 lonny Baxter (1998-99) 


125 Adrian Branch (1981-82) 


13 27 Terence Morris (1997-98) 13. 211 


Steve Bloke (1999-00) 


51 Brian Williams (1987-88) 


14. 116 LonnyBoxter (1998-99) 


14. 24 JoJo Hunter (1976-77) 


14. 206 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


13. 48 Keith Gotlin (1983-84) 


15 113 Terence Morris (1997-98) 


15 23 Steve Hood (1986-87) 


15. 198 


Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 


T14. 45 Jeff Adkins (1981-82) 
45 Derrick lewis (1984-85) 


Rebound Average 


Blocked Shots 


3-Pt. 


Field Coals Made 


45 John lucos (1972-73) 


1. 10.7 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


1. 99 Derrick lewis (1984-85) 1. 59 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 




2 10.0 Buck Williams (1978-79) 


2. 93 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


2. 37 


Sieve Bloke (1999-00) 


Free Throw Attempts 


3 9.8 lorry Gibson (1975-76) 


3 36 Brian Willioms (1987-88) T3. 36 


Juan Dixon (1998-99) 


1 229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 


4 78 JerrodMustQf( 1988-89) 


4. 29 Terence Morris (1997-98) 36 


Teyon McCoy (1986-87) 


T2. 149 Adrion Bronch (1981-82) 


5 6 7 Alben King (1977-78) 


5. 28 JerrodMustaf( 1988-89) 5 35 


Sieve Hood (1986-87) 


149 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


6. 6.5 Derrick lewis (1984-85) 


6. 27 Terence Morris (1997-98) 6. 31 


Drew Nicholos (1999-00) 


4. 109 Buck Willioms (1978-79) 


7 6.1 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


7 26 TohjHolden (1999-00) 


7. 20 


Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


5. 108 Greg Manning (1977-78) 


8 6.0 Brian Williams (1987-88) 


8. 25 Buck Willioms (1978-79) 8. 14 


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6. 100 Brad Davis (1974-75) 


9. 5.2 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


9. 24 lonny Baxter (1998-99) 79 13 


Danny Miller (1998-99) 


7 95 Steve Hood (1986-87) 


10 4 9 Exree Hipp (1992-93) 


TIO. 20 Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 13 


Terence Morris (1997-98) 


8 89 lonny Boxler (1998-99) 


Til. 4 3 Mike Mardesich (1997-98) 


20 ObinnoEkezie (1995-96) j] 12 


loron Profit (1995-96) 


9. 82 Albert King (1977-78) 


4.3 Adrion Branch (1981-82) 


12. 17 Keith Booth (1993-94) 


12. 11 


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10. 76 Brion Wiliroms ( 1987-88) 


13. 4 2 len Bios (1982-83) 


13. 13 Wall Williams (1988-89) ,3 9 


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11. 74 JerrodMustof (1988-89) 


14 3.9 Steve Hood (1986-87) 


14. 12 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) ,4 g 


Nick Bosnic (1993-94) 


12. 72 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 


15. 3.7 ObinnoEkezie (1996-97) 


T15. 11 Adrian Bronch (1981-82) jjj 7 


DuoneSimpkins (1992-93) 


13 67 John Johnson (1985-86) 




11 Ernest Graham (1977-78) 7 


Wall Williams (1988-89) 


T14. 66 len Bias (1982-83) 




11 Albert King (1977-78) 
11 Cedric lewis (1987-88 






66 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 




1 1 Tony Massenburg ( 1 985-86) 






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Points 

1. 708 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 667 Tom McMillen (1971-721 

3. 630 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

4. 609 JerrodMustof( 1989-90) 

5. 564 John LucosI 1973-74) 

6. 547 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 
Z 541 Adrion Branch (1982-83) 

8. 521 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

9. 499 Ernest Grohom (1978-79) 

10. 488 Len Bias (1983-84) 

11. 444 Albert King (1978-79) 

12. 420 Walt Willioms (1989-90) 

13. 416 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

14. 412 Loron Profit (1996-97) 

15. 401 Charles McNeil (1957-58) 

Scoring Average 

1. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

2- 20.8 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 20.1 John Lucas (1973-74) 

4. 19.7 Joy McMillen ( 1964-65) 

5. 18.7 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 

0. 18.5 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

7. 18.0 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

8 16.6 Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

9. 16.3 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

10. 15.9 Albert King (1978-79) 
Til. 15.6 lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

15.6 Howard White (197a71) 

15.6 Buck Williams (1979-80) 

T14. 15.3 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

15.3 len Bias (1983-84) 

Rebounds 

1. 362 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 351 len Elmore (1971-72) 

3. 308 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

4. 306 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 254 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

6. 265 AlBunge (1957-58) 

7 249 Lawrence Boston (1975-76) 

8 247 Keith Booth (1994-95) 
T9. 242 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

242 Buck Willioms (1979-80) 

11. 228 Larry Gibson (1976-77) 

12. 224 BorryYotes (1970-71) 

13. 222 Derrick lewis (1985-86) 

14. 220 Sporky Still (1969-70) 

15. 217 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 

Rebound Average 

1. 11.0 Len Elmore (1971-72) 

2. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3. 10.1 Buck Williams (1979-80) 

4. 9.8 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

5. 9.1 AlBunge (1957-58) 

6. 8.9 lowrence Boston (1975-76) 

7 8.8 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

8 8 6 BorryYotes (1970-71) 

9. 8.5 Sparky Still (1969-70) 

10. 8.4 Larry Gibson (1976-77) 
Til. 78 Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

78 JimO'Brien (1970-71) 

13. 77 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

T15. 75 Jim Halleck (1956-57) 

75 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 




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1. 221 Keith Gollin (1984-85) 

2. 165 Brod Davis (1975-76) 

3. 159 John lucas( 1973-74) 

4. 143 Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 

5. 136 DuoneSimpkins (1993-94) 

6. 127 Juan Dixon (1999-00) 

7 124 Dutch Morley (1979-80) 

8. 123 Kevin McLinlon (1990-91) 

9. 122 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

10. 121 Jeff Adkins (1982-82) 

11. 94 Jesse Martin 1989-90) 

12. 92 Donny Miller (1999-00) 

13. 88 Reggie Jackson (1979-80) 

14. 85 John Johnson (1986-76) 

15. 78 Loron Profit (1996-97) 

Steals 



96 Juan Dixon (1999-00) 

78 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

64 Dutch Morley (1979-80) 

57 laran Profit (1996-97) 

57 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

51 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

50 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

45 Danny Miller (1999-00) 

45 Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 

45 Duone Simpkins ( 1993-94) 

39 Kevin McLinlon (1990-91) 

37 Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 

35 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

T14. 34 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 
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Blocked Shots 

1. 97 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 79 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

3. 77 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

4. 71 Derrick Lewis (1985-86) 

5. 43 Keith Booth (1994-95) 

6. 36 Cedric Lewis (1988-89) 
7 34 Wolt Willioms (1989-90) 

8. 33 ObinnaEkezie( 199^97) 

9. 32 Buck Williams (1979-80) 

10. 22 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 
Til. 21 Loron Proht (1996-97) 

21 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

13. 16 Len Bios (1983-84) 

TM. 15 Mike Mordesich (1998-99) 

15 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 



Field Coals Made 

John Lucas (1973-74) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
JerrodMustof (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
Juon Dixon (1999-00) 
Ernest Graham (1978-79) 
Lonny Boxter( 1999-00) 
Len Bios (1983-84) 
Jay McMillen (1964-65) 
Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
Terence Morris (1998-99) 
191 Albert King (1978-79) 
166 Steve Sheppard (1974-75) 
160 Loron Profit (1996-97) 
157 Howard White (1970-71) 



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9. 206 

10. 197 

11. 195 
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Field Coals Att. 

1. 506 
2 495 
3. 454 



Juan Dixon (1999-00) 
John Lucas (1973-74) 
Ernest Graham (1978-79) 

4. 446 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

5. 428 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 
T6. 424 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

424 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

8. 420 Adrian Bronch (1982-83) 

9. 409 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

10. 372 Len Bios (1983-84) 

11. 363 Howard White (1970-71) 

12. 354 Terence Moms (1998-99) 

13. 353 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

14. 350 Will Hetzel (1967-68) 

15. 343 Chorles McNeil (1957-58) 

3-Pt. Field Coals Made 

1. 49 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

2. 40 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

3. 38 Duone Simpkins (1993-94) 

4. 35 Loron Profit (1996-97) 

5. 34 Donny Miller (1999-00) 

6. 32 Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 
T7 31 Terrell Stokes (1996-97) 

31 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

9. 30 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

10. 27 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

11. 26 Steve Hood (1987-88) 

12. 23 Ivon Powell (1986-87) 

T13. 20 Sorunosjosikevicius (1995-96) 

20 John Johnson (1986-87) 

15. 10 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 



3-Pt. Field Coals Att. 

1. 135 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

2. 129 Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 

3. 99 Loron Profit (1996-97) 

4 95 Donny Miller (1999-00) 

5 94 Exree Hipp (1993-94) 

6. 88 Duone Simpkins (1993-94) 

7 83 Terrell Stokes (199l!^97) 

8. 76 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

9 72 Teyon McCoy (1987-88) 

10. 68 Steve Hood (1987-88) 

11 67 Walt Williams (1989-90) 

12. 55 John Johnson (1986-87) 

13. 53 Ivan Powell (1986-87) 

14. 44 Sorunosjosikevicius (1995-96) 

15. 24 Rodney Elliott (1995-96) 

Free Throws Made 

1. 209 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 197 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

3. 134 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

4. 133 Jim Halleck (1956-57) 

5. 127 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

6. 118 Adrion Branch (1982-83) 
7 114 Keith Booth (1994-95) 

8. 113 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

9. 112 Bill Stosiulotis (1960-61) 

10. Ill Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 
Til. 104 Terence Morris (1998-99) 

104 Wolt Willioms (1989-90) 

13. 100 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

T14. 99 Hermon Veal (1981-82) 

99 Chorles McNeil (1957-58) 

Free Throw Attempts 

1. 282 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

2. 241 Tom McMillen (1971-72) 

3. 187 Lonny Baxter (1999-00) 

4. 174 Jim Holleck (1956-57) 

5. 171 Jim O'Brien (1970-71) 

6. 165 Adrian Branch (1982-83) 
T7 164 Keith Booth (1994-95) 

164 JerrodMustof (1989-90) 

9. 146 Bill Stosiulotis (196a61) 

10. 144 ObinnoEkezie (1996-97) 

11. 143 Juon Dixon (1999-00) 

12. 134 Wait Willioms (1989-90) 

13. 131 Jay McMillen (1964-65) 

14. 130 Chorles McNeil (1957-58) 

15. 128 Buck Willioms (1979-80) 



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6. 537 Terence Morris (1999-00) 
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13, 475 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 




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T15. 469 John Lucas (1974-75) 
469 Gory Word (1964-65) 

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Field Coals Made 


3 -Ft. Field Coals Att. 


1 204 Keith Gatlin (1985-86) 


1. 275 


Albert King (1979-80) 


1, 164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 


1 23.3 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


2. 172 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


2, 274 


Len Bias (1984-85) 


2, 131 SorunosJosikevicius (1996-97) 


2 21,7 Albert King (1979-80) 


3, 162 DuoneSimpkins( 1994-95) 


3, 250 


Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


3. 122 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


3 212 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


4, 154 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 


4, 233 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


4, 120 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


4 20,9 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


5 152 Steve Fronds (1998-99) 


5, 205 


Steve Francis (1998-99) 


5, 117 Loron Profit (1997-98) 


5 19.6 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


6, 149 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 


6. 203 


Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


6, 116 Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


6. 19.5 John Lucas (1974-75) 


7 136 Ernest Grahom (1979-80) 


7 202 


Ernest Grohom (1979-80) 


7 105 DuoneSimpkins( 1994-95) 


7 18.9 Len Bias (1984-85) 


8. 132 Brad Davis (1976-77) 


8, 200 


Terence Morris (1999-00) 


8, 96 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


8. 18.7 Walt Williams (1990-91) 


9, 126 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


9, 197 


Tony Mossenburg (1988-89) 


9, 95 Wolt Willioms (1990-91) 


9. 18.0 Gory Word (1964-65) 


10, 119 Jeff Adkins (1983-84) 


10. 196 


Greg Manning (1979-80) 


10. 70 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 


10. 178 Charles McNeil (1958-59) 


11, 109 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 


11, 195 


Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


11, 69 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 


11 176 Steve Sheppord (1975-76) 


12, 104 Laron Profit (1997-98) 


T12. 190 


Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


12. 57 Mario Lucas (1994-95) 


12 17.0 Steve Francis (1998-99) 


13, 102 SorunosJosikevicius (1996-97) 


190 


Evers Burns (1991-92) 


13, 47 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 


13 16.6 Tony Mossenburg (1988-89) 


14, 93 Howord White (1971-72) 


14, 186 


John Lucas (1974-75) 


14. 34 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


14. 15,9 Evers Burns (1991-92) 


T15, 91 Walt Willioms (1990-91) 


15, 184 


Loron Profit (1997-98) 


15. 30 Mott Downing (1990-91) 


T15 15,8 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


91 John Lucas (1974-75) 








15,8 Laron Profit (1997-98) 
15,8 Joy McMillen (1965-66) 




Field Coals Att. 


Free Throws Made 


Steals 


1, 527 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


1. 162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


Rebounds 


1. 95 Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


2, 519 


Len Bios (1984-85) 


2, 153 Len Bias (1984-85) 


2, 87 Laron Profit (1997-98) 


3, 497 


Albert King (1979-80) 


3, 139 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


1, 363 Buck Willioms (1980-81) 


3, 85 Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


4, 468 


Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


4. 134 ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 


2 318 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


4. 53 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


5, 427 


Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


5. 131 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


3, 293 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


5, 47 Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 


6, 412 


loron Profit (1997-98) 


6. 130 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 


4 290 Len Elmore (1972-73) 


6, 43 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


7 406 


Terence Morris (1999-00) 


T7 124 Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


5 284 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


7 42 Albert King (1979-80) 


8. 403 


Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


124 Albert King (197980) 


6 271 Gary Ward (1964-65) 


8, 41 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


9. 392 


Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


9. 119 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


7 253 lorry Gibson (1977-78) 


9 40 Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 


10, 386 


Gory Word (1964-65) 


TIO, 116 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


8, 251 Len Bios (1984-85) 


TIO, 38 SorunosJosikevicius (1996-97) 


11. 368 


Evers Burns (1991-92) 


116 Buck Williams (1980-81) 


9, 248 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


38 Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


12. 367 


Pete Johnson (1967-68) 


12. 115 Charles McNeil (1958-59) 


10, 246 Steve Sheppard (1975-76) 


38 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


13. 362 


Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


13. 106 DuaneSimpkins (1994-95) 


11, 242 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 


T13, 34 Evers Burns (1991-92) 


14, 357 


Jay McMillen (1965-66) 


14. 104 loron Profit (1997-98) 


12, 241 A! Bunge (1958-59) 


34 Len Bias (1984-85) 


T15. 358 


Tony Mossenburg (1988-89) 


15, 102 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


13, 235 Jerry Greenspon (1961-62) 


15, 32 Exree Hipp (1995-94) 


358 


Steve Sheppord (1975-76) 




14. 233 Keith Booth (1995-96) 








Free Throw Attempts 


15, 230 Ernest Graham (1979-80) 


Blocked Shots 


3-Pt. 


Field Coals Made 


1, 214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


Rebound Average 


1, 114 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


1, 64 


Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 


2, 200 ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 


2, 71 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


2, 48 


Rudy Archer (1987-88) 


3, 197 Len Bios (1984-85) 


1, 12 2 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


3, 57 Larry Gibson (1977-78) 


T3, 45 


Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


4. 182 Buck Williams (1980-81) 


2. 11,7 Buck Williams (1980-81) 


4. 49 Cedric Lewis (1989-90) 


45 


Johnny Rhodes (1994-95) 


5, \77 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


3, 11,2 Len Elmore (1972-73) 


5. 37 ObinnaEkezie (1997-98) 


5, 42 


SorunosJosikevicius (1996-97) 


6, 171 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


4, 118 Bob Eicher (1961-62) 


6. 36 Loron Profit (1997-98) 


6, 40 


DuaneSimpkins (1994-95) 


7 167 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 


5 116 Al Bunge (1958-59) 


T7 33 Len Bias (1984-85) 


7 35 


Terence Morris (1999-00) 


8, 157 Steve Froncis (1998-99) 


6, 11,0 Bob Kessler (1954-55) 


33 Ben Colemon (1982-83) 


8, 34 


Loron Profit (1997-98) 


T9, 151 Exree Hipp (1994-95) 


7 10,4 Gary Word (1964-65) 


T9. 31 Lawrence Boston (1976-77) 


9, 28 


Wolt Williams (1990-91) 


151 Albert King (1979-80) 


8 10,1 Rod Horst( 1968-69) 


31 Chris Kerwin (1991-92) 


10, 24 


Terrell Stokes (1997-98) 


11, 147 loron Profit (1997-98) 


9 9,8 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


11. 29 Buck Williams (1980-81) 


Til, 22 


Exree Hipp (1994-95) 


T12, 145 Tony Mossenburg (1988-89) 


10, 9,5 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 


12. 27 Tony Mossenburg (1988-89) 


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145 Tom McMillen (1972-73) 


11, 9.4 Jerry Greenspan (1961-62) 


13. 24 Evers Burns (1991-92) 


13, 13 


Kevin McLinton (1991-92) 


14, 138 Ben Colemon (1982-83) 


12 9.0 Lorry Gibson (1977-78) 


14. 23 Keith Booth (1995-96) 


14, 12 


Dove Dickerson (1987-88) 


15, 134 Terence Morris (1999-00) 


13. 8,8 Steve Sheppord (1975-76) 


15. 22 Mike Mordesich (1999-00) 


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14 8,6 Terence Morris (1999-00) 










15, 81 Ben Coleman (1982-83) 










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Points 

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654 
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559 



T7 557 
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518 
502 



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13. 494 
14 497 
15. 491 



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ten Bios I1985-86) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 
Loron Profit (1998-99) 
Man Roe (1990-91) 
Ben Colemon (1983-84) 



Scoring Average 

I. 26.8 Walt Williams (1991-92) 
2 23.2 ten Bios (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 Bronch (1984-85) 
T9. 18.0 Albert King (198a81) 

18 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

II, 178 Chorles McNeil (1959-60) 

12. 17.4 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

13. 17.2 Gory Word (1965-66) 
T14. 16,7 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

16 7 AlBunge (1959-60) 

Rebounds 

1 412 Len Elmore (1973-74) 

2 336 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

3 321 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

4, 314 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 
T5, 269 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

269 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

7 258 RodHorst(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 Gory Word (1965-66) 

13. 237 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

14. 236 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 
15 233 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Rebound Average 

1. 14.7 len Elmore (1973-74) 

2 14.0 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

3. 12.6 AlBunge (1959-60) 

4. 11,1 Tom Roy (1974-75) 

5, 10,7 Bob McDonold (1960-61) 

6, 10,4 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

7 10,1 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

8 10,0 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

9. 9.9 Rod Horst( 1969-70) 

10, 9,6 Gory Word (1965-66) 
11 8,9 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

12. 8.8 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

13. 8,6 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

14. 8.4 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

15. 8.3 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 




Assists 

1. 213 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

2. 175 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
T3. 135 Greg Narad (1988-89) 

135 Mickey Wiles (1969-70) 

5. 124 Dutch Morley (1981-82) 

6. 121 Bob Bodell (1972-73) 

7 120 Ernest Groham (1980-81) 

8. 118 DuoneSimpkins (1995-96) 

9. 116 SorunosJasikevicius (1997-98) 

10. 104 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 

11. 101 Jeff Baxter (1985-86) 

12. 97 John Johnson (1988-89) 

13. 92 Albert King (1980-81) 

14 91 VinceBroodnax (1991-92) 

15. 86 John Lucas (1975-76) 



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Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 
Loron Profit (1998-99) 
Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Walt Williams (1991-92) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 
Greg Nored (1988-89) 
Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 
Ernest Graham (1980-81) 
Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 
VinceBroodnax (1991-92) 
SorunosJasikevicius (1997-98) 
Jeff Adkins (1984-85) 



Blocked Shots 

1. 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

2. 58 Larry Gibson (1978-79) 

3. 55 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

4. 42 Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

5. 37 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

6. 36 Chris Kerwin (1992-93) 
7 35 ObinnoEkezie (1998-99) 

8. 31 Charles Piltmon (1980-81) 

9. 28 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

10. 22 Evers Bums (1992-93) 
Til, 19 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

19 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

13. 18 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

14. 17 Lowrence Boston (1977-78) 

15. 15 Mario lucos (1995-96) 



Field Coals Made 

270 
267 



Adrion Bronch (1984-85) 
Len Bios (1985-86) 

256 Walt Williams (1991-92) 

233 John Lucas (1975-76) 

232 Albert King (1980-81) 

214 Tom McMillen (1973-74) 

211 Evers Burns (1992-93) 

206 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

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 Loron Profit (1998-99) 
T15 184 Owen Brown (1974-75) 

184 Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 

Field Coals Att. 

1. 542 Wait Williams (1991-92) 
Adrian Bronch (1984-85) 
Len Bios (1985-86) 
Gene Shue (1953-54) 
Albert King (1980-81) 
John Lucas (1975-76) 
Keith Booth (1996-97) 
Evers Burns (1992-93) 
Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 
Tom McMillen (1973-74) 
Bob Kessler (1955-56) 
Gory Word (1965-66) 
Laron Profit (1998-99) 
Ernest Grohom (1980-81) 
Jim O'Brien (1972-73) 



529 
491 
469 
462 
456 
437 

8. 417 

9. 408 

10, 404 

11, 399 

12, 393 

13. 368 
T14. 366 

366 



3-Pt. Field Coals Att. 

1, 240 Wolt Williams (1991-92) 

2, 156 MoH Roe (1990-91 1 

3, 151 SorunosJasikevicius (1997-98) 

4, 135 Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 

5, 113 Keith Gotlin (1987-88) 

6, 100 DuoneSimpkins (1995-96) 
T7 99 Morio Lucos (1995-96) 

99 Greg Nared (1988-89) 

9. 95 John Johnson (1988-89) 

10. 74 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

11. 77 Laron Profit (1998-99) 

12. 71 Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 

13. 60 Exree Hipp (1995-96) 

14. 57 Dave Dickerson (1988-89) 

15. 52 Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 

Free Throws Made 

1 213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

2, 209 Len Bios (1985-86) 

3, 175 Walt Williams (1991 -92) 

4, 174 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

5, 145 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

6, 143 Jerry Greenspon (1962-63) 
7 131 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
T8, 125 Bob Everett (1954-55) 

125 Kevm McLinton (1992-93) 

10, 124 John Johnson (1988-89) 

11, 123 AlBunge (1959-60) 

12, 105 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

13, 103 Ben Colemon (1983-84) 
T14. 100 Loron Profit (1998-99) 

100 Joy McMillen (1966-67) 

100 Tom Young (1957-58) 



3-Pt 

1, 8< 

2, 

3 



Field Coals Made Free Throw Attempts 



4, 
5, 
6. 
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T9. 

11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15, 



Wait Williams (1991-92) 1. 

SorunosJasikevicius (1997-98) 2, 

Keith Gotlin (1987-88) 3. 

Mott Roe (1990-91) 4, 

DuoneSimpkins (1995-96) 5, 

Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 6. 

Mario Lucos (1995-96) 7 

John Johnson (1988-89) 8. 

Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 9, 

Greg Nored (1988-89) 10, 

Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 11. 

Laron Profit (1998-99) 12, 

Wayne Bristol (1994-95) 13, 

Derrick Lewis (1987-88) 14. 

Mike Anderson (1989-90) 15. 



297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

263 Bob Kessler (1955-56) 

242 Len Bios (1985-86) 

231 Wolt Willioms (1991-92) 

201 Tony Mossenburg (1989-90) 

191 Jerry Greenspan (1962-63) 

182 Bob Everen (1954-55) 

172 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

158 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

157 John Johnson (1988-89) 

154 AlBunge (1959-60) 

153 Rodney Elliott (1997-98) 

152 Kevin McLinton (1992-93) 

148 Loron Profit (1998-99) 

144 Ben Colemon (1983-84) 



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Yeor 


Leader 


Pt».^vg. 


Year 


Player 


Rbs,-Avg. 


(150 attempts minimum} 




II i -^ 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404-15.0 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-14.0 


Year 


Leader 


FGPd 


Hit .. Jt % 


1951-52 


not available 


- 


1956-57 


Jim Holleck 


195-75 


195a51 


Dick Koffenberger 


480 


^Pvl^H 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508-22.1 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265-9.1 


1951-52 


not ovoiloble 


- 


%^..-.^.m^.^n 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654-218 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241-10.5 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


469 


II T^ -^^ 5?r 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487-20.3 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289-12 6 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.506 


II /^l'^ :^ 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


49a204 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-107 


1954-55 


not available 


- 


II . L^. 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-132 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235-9.4 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


^hBt (^Q^^^^S 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184-8.8 


1956-57 


John Nocincik 


.470 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185-71 


1957-58 


Nick Davis 


.463 




1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383-16.6 




Gory Word 


103-74 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


.443 




1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-134 


1964-65 


Gory Word 


271-10.4 


1959-60 


Pouljelus 


.470 


HP^^^ ^M0vIh 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-152 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241-9 6 


1960^51 


Bob McDonold 


453 


Hd^^H^^^Aft ^LSP^ 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-17.4 


196647 


Joy McMillen 


195-8.1 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.437 


I^^^^K ^^ vflBci 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-130 


1967-68 


Joy McMillen 


195-8.1 


1962-63 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


M^^^V' /9^^^^^ 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512-19.7 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


31812.2 


1963-64 


Jackie Clork 


.480 


W^^^^^l /^sM^^^^H 


1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 
1968^59 


Gary Ward 
Joy McMillen 
Pete Johnson 
Will Hetzel 


430-172 
392-16.3 
360-15.0 
605-23.3 


1969-70 
197a71 
1971-72 
1972-73 


Rod Horst 
Barry Yotes 
Len Elmore 
Len Elmore 


258-9 9 
224-8.6 
351-110 
290-11.2 


1964-65 
1965-66 
1966-67 
1967-68 


Joy McMillen 
Gory Ward 
Rich Drescher 
Will Hetzel 


.486 
.463 
445 
.423 


EvERS Burns 




■■ 


II ^^ 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428-16.5 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1968-69 


Rod Horst 


.480 


II Si lani 


197a7! 


Howard White 


389-15.6 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


532 


II MF ^^ 




Jim O'Brien 


342-16.3 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249-89 


1970-71 


Charlie Blonk 


473 


II ^.. 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667-20.8 




Lorry Gibson 


157-9.8 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


549 


IVM^ 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-21.2 


1976-77 


Lorry Gibson 


228-84 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253-9.0 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


553 


^^viyiL. ^ 


1974-75 
1975-76 


John Lucas 
John Lucas 


469-19-5 
557-19.9 


1978-79 
1979-80 


BuckWillioms 
Buck Williams 


323-10.8 
24210.1 


1974-75 
1975-76 


Tom Roy 
Maurice Howard 


.606 
553 


^^ V»^ 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 
Sieve Sheppord 


338-13.0 
309-16.2 


198a81 
1981-82 


BuckWillioms 
Herman Veal 


363-11.7 
213-7.3 


1976-77 
1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 
Lawrence Boston 


.597 
580 


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1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242-8.1 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


.583 


V ^-W^r 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269-8.4 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


643 


^\^ — ^-^ 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674-21 7 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251-6.8 


198a81 


Buck Willioms 


647 


^^^ % 


198a8l 


Albert King 


559-18.0 


1985-86 


Len Bios 


224-70 


1981-82 


Charles Pittmon 


.611 


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1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-152 


198dh87 


Derrick Lewis 


248-9.5 


1982-83 


Ben Colemon 


.571 


L^JT^i^l 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541-18.7 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


237-76 


1983-84 


Ben Colemon 


608 


1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 


Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 


491-153 
701-18.9 
743-23.2 
510-19.6 


1988-89 
1989-90 
199a91 
1991-92 


Tony Massenburg 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Evers Burns 


226-78 

314-10.1 

233-8.3 

206-71 


1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 


Len Bias 
Tom Jones 
Derrick Lewis 
Brian Williams 


.530 
551 
.602 
.600 


Rob Horst 




IKi^li^ds^i^H 


rs^^^sp^^ 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466-15.0 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


249-8.9 


1988-89 


Tony Mossenburg 


550 


9r^^sr 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


32M0.7 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustof 


.529 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustof 


609-18.5 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


362-10.7 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


""*" ^^ V 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498-178 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


233-78 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


.516 






Walt Williams 


318-18.7 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


253-79 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


.506 


1 "^ 


1991-92 


Wolt Williams 


776-26.8 


1997-98 


Rodney EilioH 


236-7.4 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


522 


^ ^ • 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518-18.5 


1998-99 


Terence Morris 


242-71 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


.578 


,. • r 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582-19.4 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


308-8.8 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


.478 


.t ' '-^ 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708-20.8 








1996-97 


Obinno Ekezie 


.550 


* f^t^ A 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


50216.7 








1997-98 


Terence Morris 


523 


'^iiS™^ • 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


624-19.5 








1998-99 


Terence Morris 


551 


ifti nM . 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


506-15.8 








1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


533 


■ '&.^j ..^^^^ 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579-17.0 














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1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


63ai8.0 














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Free Throw Pet. Assists 



Steals 




Year 


Leader 


FT .Pet 








Yeor 


Leader 


SH.-Avg. 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 


Year 


Leader 


Ast.-Avg. 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppord 


271,4 


1951-52 


nof available 


- 


1969-70 


Mickey Wiles 


135-5,2 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26-1,0 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


70-3,3 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


43-1,4 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1971-72 


Howard White 


93-2,9 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


64-2,1 


1954-55 


not available 


- 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


178-5.9 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


42-1,4 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


159-5.7 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


33-1.1 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1974-75 


Brad Davis 


134-4,6 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


23-0.8 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


165-5,9 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


29-1,0 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


,783 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


132-4.9 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


45-1,2 


1959-60 


Pauljelus 


.842 


1977-78 


Greg Manning 


74-2.6 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


37-1,1 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


38-1,5 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1979-80 


Ernest Groham 


136-4.4 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


45-1,5 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


120-3.9 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


46-1.6 


1963-64 


Neil Broyton 


.803 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


128-4.3 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


67-1.7 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1982-83 


Jeff Adkins 


121-4,0 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


42-1.5 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


148-4.6 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


60-2.1 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1884-85 


Keith Gatlin 


221-6.0 


1992-93 


Johnny Rhodes 


71-2.5 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


,721 


1985-86 


Keith Gatlin 


204-6.4 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


78-2.3 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy 


111-4.3 


1994-95 


Johnny Rhodes 


85-2,5 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


172-5.5 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


110-3,7 


197a71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


135-4.8 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


64-2,0 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


.817 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


149-4.5 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


87-2,7 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


.844 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


123-4.4 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


95-2.8 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 




Walt Williams 


91-5.4 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


96-2.7 


1974-75 


John Lucas 
Maurice Howard 


.836 
.828 


1991-92 
1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 


154-5 3 








1975-76 


154-5.3 


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1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


136-4.5 


B< 


rii^^l 


■i 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


162-4,8 




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1978-79 


Greg Manning 


.857 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


118-4,4 


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1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 


1996-97 


Terrell Stokes 


143-4,5 




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1980-81 


Greg Manning 


.821 


1997-98 


Terrell Stokes 


149-4.7 


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1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


1998-99 


Terrell Stokes 


213-6.3 


J J 


T5i^ 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


1999-00 


Steve Blake 


217-6.2 


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1983-84 
1984-85 


Len Bias 
Keith Gatlin 


.767 
.862 


Blocked Shots 


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1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 


Len Bias 
John Johnson 
Rudy Archer 
John Johnson 
Walt Williams 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
Duane Simpkins 
Duone Simpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
Sarunasjasikevicius 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Juan Dixon 
Juan Dixon 


.864 
.790 
.770 
.790 
.776 
,837 
.781 
.822 
.784 
.841 
.845 
,742 
,759 
.830 
,790 


Yeor 

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 


Leader 

Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Buck Williams 
Charles Pittmon 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Cedric Lewis 
Cedric Lewis 


BIk, -Avg. 

67-2,5 
57-2.0 
58-1.9 
35-1.1 
29-0.9 
31-1.3 
33-1.1 
42-1.3 
99-2,7 
71-2,2 
* 114-4.4 
55-1.8 
36-1.3 
49-1,5 




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1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 


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1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 


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Cedric Lewis 


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1991-92 


Chris Kerwin 


31-1.1 


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1992-93 


Chris Kerwin 


30-1.1 


^91 


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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 


Obinno Ekezie 


33-1.1 


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Obinno Ekezie 


37-1.2 




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1999-00 Lonny Baxter 


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79-2.3 








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115 
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138-721 vs. Morgon St. (12-23-941 
132-571 vs North Texas (12-23-981 
130-106) vs. East Caroline (12-7-771 
128-103) vs. Conisius (12-23-78) 
127-841 vs. EostCorolmol 11-29-75) 
127-82) vs. Brown (12-1-721 
124-1101 vsNC State (12-2a781 
122-821 vs. Boston U. (12-8-751 
120-731 vs. Towson St. (12-12-941 
118-551 vs Delaware SI (117-961 
1 1 796) vs. G Woshinglon ( 1 2-4-7 1 ) 
117-51) vs. Md,-E. Shore (2-27-871 
117-70) vs. Flo. Intemotiofiol (11-2 5-97) 
115-83) vs. Georgetown (12-11-731 
115-761 vs. Miomi (OHM 12-28-791 
115-601 vsMd-E Shore (11-26-911 



Came (Opponent) 



114 (91-114) 
114 (111-114) 
110 (124-110) 
108 (109-1081 
107 (87-1071 
106 (130-1061 
105 (701051 
105 (85-105) 
105 (73-105) 
105 (70-105) 
104 (72-104) 



by NCStote (2-27-91) 
by Duke (2-10-90) 
by NCStote (12-20-781 
by NCStote (3-1-78) 
by North Corolino (2-1-69) 
by Eost Carolina (12-7-77) 
by UCIA (3-18-00) 
otFloridoSlote (1-13-93) 
by North Corolino (2-9-91) 
by North Corolino (1-30-71) 
by Duke (1-3-98) 



Came (Both Teams) 

1 236 (130-106) vs. Eost Corolino (12-7-77) 

2 234(124-110) vs NCStote (12-20-78) 

3 231 (128-103) vs. Conisius (12-23-781 

4 225 (111-114) vs Duke (2-10-90) 

5. 217 (109-108) vsNC State (3-1-78) 



Half (Maryland) 

I 85 Morgon Stole (12-23-94, 2nd Half 



Season (Maryland) 


1 2,940 


1994-95 


2, 2,873 


1998-99 


3 2,747 


1989-90 


4, 2,683 


1999-00 


5 2,613 


1972-73 


6. 2,607 


1974-75 


7 2,602 


1984-85 


8. 2,520 


1997-98 


9, 2,481 


1979-80 


10 2,469 


1975-76 


Season Ave. (Mary 


1. 899 


1974-75 


2 882 


1975-76 


3 871 


1972-73 


4. 86.7 


1994-95 


5 85.7 


1973-74 


6. 84.5 


1998-99 


7 832 


1989-90 


8. 82.1 


197778 


9. 81.3 


1995-96 


10. 810 


1991-92 



Rebounding 

Came (Maryland) 

1 74 vs Penn Stole (12-2-64) 

2 68 vs Chicago Stole (12-2-961 

3 67 vs East Corolmo( 12-7-77) 

4 65 vs. BucknelM 12-22-76) 

5 64 vs. North Texos( 12-23-98) 

Season (Maryland) 



1,388 
1,368 
1,367 
1,361 
1,354 



1971-72 
1973-74 
1994-95 
1972-73 
1999-00 



Season Ave. (Maryland) 



1 


48 9 


1973-74 


2 


483 


1955-56 


3. 


45.4 


1972-73 


4 


45.1 


1968-68 


5. 


44.7 


1964-65 


6 


44.4 


1970-71 


7 


44.3 


1965-66 


T8 


44,0 


1967-68 




44.0 


1960-61 


10. 


43.5 


1974-75 



Field Goals Made 

Came (Maryland) 



Tl. 55 vs. Brown (11-29-72) 
55 vs, Conisius (12-23-781 

3. 52 vs. East Corolino (12-7-77) 

T4. 51 vs Virginia (3-2-74) 

51 vs. Boston University (12-8-75) 

Feweil: dvySelon Hall 112-30-411 

Season (Maryland) 

1. 2,094 1972-73 



1,049 
1,044 
1,038 
1,035 



1974-75 
1998-99 
1984-85 
1994-95 



Field Goals Att. 

Came (Maryland) 

1. 99 vs. Conisius (1 2-23-781 

2, 97 vs. East Carolina (12-7-771 
T3. 93 vs Miomi (OHM 12-29-701 

vs. George Washington [12-4-711 
vs. Long Island (1-23-731 
Feweil: 18 vs. South Carolina {1-9-71) 

Season (Maryland) 



2 

3, 
4. 
5. 



2,151 
2,108 
2,094 
2,080 
2,073 



1999-00 
1998-99 
1972-73 
1994-95 
1989-90 



Fouls 



Came (Maryland) 

1, 44 vs Williom & Mory (2-521 
fewest 7vs Buffalo (1-25-72} 

Came (Opponent) 

1. 39 by Morgan Stole (12-23-941 



Field Goal Pet. 

Came (Maryland) 

1. ,833 vs South Corolino (1-9-71) 

2. .739 vs Woke Forest ( 1 -28-86) 

3. .732vs NC Slate (12-20-801 

4. ,704 vs. Miami (OHl ( 12-28-791 

5. .667 vs. Western Corolino ( 1 1-14-981 
667 vs Md -Eastern Shore (2-17-861 

Season (Maryland) 



T5 



.746 



1971-72 

1973-74 



3-Pt. FG Made 

Came (Maryland) 

IT 11 Amencon (12-30-94) 
11 American (12-23-951 
11 Georgia Tech (1-3-96) 

Season (Maryland) 



,551 
547 
.539 
537 

532 



1979-80 
1974-75 
1983-84 
1975-76 
1974-75 



195 
195 
185 



1999-00 
1987-88 
1995-96 



3-Pt. FG Att. 
Free Throws Made ^^"'^ "^*''^'^'*°' 

Came (Maryland) 

1. 41 vs Morgan Stole (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 Corolino (l-ia90) 
fewest. vs. Wake Forest (2-28-731 



Cle-nson 1 1.22-001 

Season (Maryland) 

1 553 1999-00 

2. 544 1995-96 

3. 508 1994-95 



Came (Opponent) 

I. 40 by Clemson (1-13-68) 

Season (Maryland) 



697 
633 
616 
601 
590 



1994-95 
1989-90 
1996-97 
1998-99 
1957-58 



Free Throws Att. 

Came (Maryland) 



Assists 

Came (Maryland) 

1. 37 vs. North Texos( 12-23-98) 

2. 36 vs Brown (11-29-72) 

3. 35 vs. Brown (12-1-71) 

4. 34 vs, Morgon Stole ( 12-23-94) 

5. 33 vs. Western Caroline (11-14-98) 



Season (Maryland) 

1 674 1998-99 

2 667 1999-00 

3. 641 1994-95 

4. 602 1997-98 



67 vs. Morgan Stole (12-23-941 
57 vs. North Corolino (1-3-53) 
52 vs. Oklohoma (1-12-93) 
50 vs,La(ayelle (12-23-97) 
47 vs BucknelM 12-2 2-76) 



1. 
2 

3. 
4, 
5, 
Fewest vs. Several (last Georgia Tec/i 2-6-93} 

Came (Opponent) 

1, 53 byClemson (1-13-681 

Season (Maryland) 



Steals 



Came (Maryland) 

1, 24 vs. Pittsburgh (11-28-98) 
T2, 22 vs, UCLA (11-26-981 

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

4 21 otAU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 

5 20 vs South Corolino Stole (12-27-98) 



1. 


987 


1994-95 


2. 


904 


1996-97 


3 


893 


1989-90 


4 


858 


r957-58 


5. 


857 


1998-99 



Season (Maryland) 

1. 431 1998-99 

2. 355 1999-00 

3. 329 1995-96 
4 303 1993-94 

Blocked Shots 



Free Throw Pet. °*"^ (Maryland) 



Came (Maryland) 

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 Corolino (2-7-95) 

5. .932 (28-31) vs North Corolino (1-27-73) 

Season (Maryland) 

1. .758 1975-76 

2. ,757 1974-75 

3. .751 1981-92 
4 .747 1959-60 



17 vs Md -Eostern Shore (2-27-87) 
17 vs. Georg,oTech(12-ia75) 

3. 16 vs. Md -Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 

T4. 14 vs. Tulone( 11-19-99) 

14 vs. North Carolina (2-13-99) 
14 vs. South Corolino (11-14-97) 
14 vs. Jomes Modison ( 1 -28-87) 

Season (Maryland) 

1, 235 1999-00 

2, 202 1998-99 

3, 185 199a91 
4 181 1984-85 



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Margin Of Victory^ I OO-Point Games 

Largest Margin of Yictory Maryland's 1 00 Point Games 



Rk. Morg. 

1. +75 



2, 

T3. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 



+67 
+66 
+66 
+64 
+63 
+60 
+59 
+58 
+57 
+55 
+53 
13. +52 
Tt4. +51 

T16. +50 



+49 
+47 
+47 
+46 
+45 
+44 



T19. 

21 

22. 

23. 

24. +43 

25. +41 
T26. +40 

+40 
+40 
+40 
+40 



Opponent Score 

North Texas (12-23-981 132-57 

Western Coroiina (11-14-98) 113-46 

Morgan State 112-23-94) 138-72 

Md -Eastern Shore (2-27-871 117-59 

DePauw (12-12-74) 113-49 

Delaware State (M7-96) 118-55 

Colgote (12-8-94) 113-53 

Foirleigh Dickinson ( 1 1 -22-99| 1 04-45 

UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) lia52 

DePouw(l 2-3-75) 99-42 

Md.-Eostern Shore ( 1 1 -26-91 ) 1 1 5-60 

Towson State (2-21-85) 91-38 

Coastal Corolino (1-2-00) 10a48 

Md.-Boltimore County (2-22-90) 113-62 

Cornell (11-27-93) 92-41 

AU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 82-32 

Chicago Stote (12-2-96) 94-44 

Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 106-57 

Florida International ( 1 1 -25-97) 1 1 7-70 

Towson Stote (12-12-94) 12a73 

Appalachian State ( 1 -2-75) 96-50 

Brown (11-29-72) 127-82 

Md.-Eostern Shore (12-1-88) 97-53 

Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 108-65 

Lafayette (12-23-97) 108-67 

Howard (1-2-93) 109-69 

Morgan State (12-26-92) 103-63 

Boston University (12-8-75) 122-82 

South Coroiina (3-1-58) 99-59 

Clemson (1-6-53) 81-41 



Largest Margin of Defeat 



Morg. Opponent Score 

^53 Boinbridge Navy (1944-45) 85-22 

-53 Army (1943-44) 78-25 

-44 Seton Hall (1941-42) 59-15 

■40 North Carolina (3-12-93) 102-62 

-39 Woke Forest (1962-63) 80-41 

-38 West Virginia (1946-47) 81-43 

-37 Navy (1932-33) 58-21 

-35 UCLA (3-18-00) 70-105 

-32 Duke (1-3-98) 104-72 



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Tolol 100 Point Gomes: 85 
Most in a Season: 8 / / 973-741 
Most Consecutive iOO-Point 
Games: 3 11994-951 

I 999-00 IS) 

104-45 Foirleigh Dickinson 
100-48 Coastal Coroiina 

1 998-99 im 

113-46 Western Carolina 

132-57 North Texas 

104-70 South Carolina Stote 

107-87 Florida State 

I 997-98 141 

102-74 Mt. St. Mary's 

117-70 Florida International 

1 04-66 Md.-Baltimore County 

110-52 UNC-Asheville 

I 996-97 CSl 

108-67 Lofoyette 
103-73 Penn 

I 995-96 131 

104-79 American 
104-66 Md.-Eostern Shore 
118-55 Delaware St. 

199^1-95 151 

102-64 Bucknell 

102-77 Md.-Baltimore County 

113-53 Colgate 

120-73 Towson 

138-72 Morgan State 



l993-g<l ISl 

109-71 Towson Stote 
102-70 NC State 

I99S-93 (31 

103-80 Md.-Baltimore County 
103-63 Morgon State 
109-69 Howard 

1991-92 (21 

115-60 Md.-Eostern Shore 
101-91 WestVirginio 

1990-91 (II 

104-100 NC State 

1989-90(51 

105-74 Augusta College 

104-86 George Mason 

110-91 Alcorn Stale 

111-114 Duke(OT] 

1 1 3-61 Md.-Baltimore County 

■ 987-88 (11 

117-51 Md.-Eostern Shore 

i 986-87 ( 1 1 

117-51 Md.-Eastern Shore 

l983-8<i (31 

102-77 vs. West Virginia 
104-69 Md.-Eostern Shore 
108-65 Johns Hopkins 



1982-83 (21 

101-90 otDuke 
106-94 North Carolina 

1980-81 (21 

114-89 Marshall 

109-83 Foirleigh Dickinson 

1979-80 (31 

101-82 Duke 
115-76 Miami (OH) 
113-79 Catholic 

1977-78(21 

109-108 vs NC State (3 OT) 
130-106 East Corolino 

I 976-77 ( 1 1 

106-72 Bucknell 

1975-76 (71 

105-91 Wake Forest 

102-91 Duke 

102-84 NC Slate 

111-88 Long island 

104-69 Seton Hall 

122-82 Boston Univ. 

127-84 East Carolina 

1974-75 (71 



104-87 
103-82 
104-80 
103-85 
105-67 
113-49 
10(^81 



E. Tennessee 
at Duquesne 
at Duke 
NC State 
Georgia Tech 
DePouw 
Richmond 



Opponents' 1 00-Point Games 



Total 1 00-Point Games: 33 
Most in a Season: 5 1 1 990-9 ]] 
Most Consecutive lOO-Poinl 
Games: 2 11978-791 

1 999-00 ( 1 1 

7a 105 vs. UCLA 

1998-99(11 

91-103 at Kentucky 

1997-98 (II 

72-104 vs. Duke 

1995-96 (II 

78-100 ot Florida State 

1994-95 (21 

9ai00 at North Carolina 
91-100 at Georgia Tech 



I 993-94 (21 

9a 100 ot North Carolina 
91-100 at Georgio Tech 

1992-93 (31 

73-101 at North Carolina 
85-105 at Florida State 
66-102 vs. North Carolina 

1990-91 (51 

85-100 vs. Boston College 
73-105 at North Coroiina 
104-100 vs. NC State 
81-101 OtDuke 
91-114 otNC State 

1989-90 (21 

111-114 vs. Duke (OT) 
84-104 at Duke 



1987-88 (II 

82-104 at Georgia Tech 

1978-79(31 

79-102 vs. North Carolina 
90-101 vs. Conisus 
124-110 vs. NC State 

1977-78(31 

109-108 NCStote(3 0T) 
9ai01 at Geo. Washington 
130-106 East Coroiina 

1973-74 (II 

10ai03 NC State 

1972-73 (II 

89-103 vs. Providence 



1973-74 (81 

10ai03 vs. NC Stole 

105-85 vs. North Carolina 

lia75 Virginia 

104-83 Duke 

112-73 Fordham 

102-75 Holy Cross 

115-83 Georgetown 

106-57 Eostern Kentucky 

1972-73 (41 

100-73 Long Islond 

105-76 Woke Forest 

107-80 atConisius 

127-82 Brown 



1971 

10069 
103-67 
102-79 
118-96 
10a83 



-72 (51 

Niagara 

Western Kentucky 
at Holy Cross 
at Geo. Washington 
Brown 



1970-71 (21 

111-77 Miami (Flo.) 
109-70 Buffalo 

1969-70 (II 

103-85 Clemson 

1965-66 (21 

107-92 WestVirginio 
107-81 at Geo. Washington 

1959-60 (II 

103-80 Yale 



1970-71 (21 

76-100 North Corolino 
70-105 ot North Carolina 

1969-70 (21 

68-101 South Carolina 
87-107 at North Corolino 

1968-69(11 

87-107 at North Carolina 

1963-64 (II 

72-104 Duke 



scored more than 100 points from 1972 through 1976. 



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1-Year Statistics 
















/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


GP 


FGM-fGA 


.pa 


FGM-fGA 


.pa 


FTM-FTA 


.pa 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


,398 


- 


- 


450-663 


679 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1412-523 


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 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1959-653 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 


- 


- 


447-682 


.657 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1178-49.0 


1573-655 


1955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


- 


- 


50a744 


672 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


)158-48.3 


1600-66,7 


1956-57 


26 


597-1414 


422 


- 


- 


486-679 


716 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


911-350 


1680^546 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 


- 


- 


59a858 


.688 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1175-40.5 


2004-691 


1958-59 


23 


502-1262 


.398 


- 


- 


361-545 


.655 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


889-387 


1365-59 3 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


.418 


- 


- 


399-534 


.747 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


864-376 


1495-65.0 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


.424 


- 


- 


491-659 


.745 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1143-44.0 


1747-672 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


- 


- 


474-644 


.736 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1082-43.3 


1748-69,9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


- 


- 


337-496 


,679 


- 


- 


- 


332-na 


- 


- 


888-42.3 


1349-64.2 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 


- 


- 


397-572 


,694 


- 


- 


- 


512-16 


- 


- 


1058-40.7 


1825-70.2 


1964-65 


26 


726-1596 


.455 


- 


- 


457-634 


,720 


- 


- 


- 


435-15 


- 


- 


1162-44.7 


1909-734 


1965-66 


25 


705-1535 


.459 


- 


- 


381-560 


.680 


- 


- 


- 


449-18 


- 


- 


1107-44.3 


1791-71.6 


1966-67 


25 


637-1448 


.439 


- 


- 


350-479 


.730 


- 


- 


- 


378-5 


- 


- 


884-35.3 


1624-64 9 


1967-68 


24 


653-1678 


389 


- 


- 


346-519 


.667 


- 


- 


- 


457-21 


- 


- 


1058-44.0 


1652-68.8 


1968-69 


26 


782-1842 


.425 


- 


- 


485-657 


.738 


- 


- 


- 


487-15 


- 


- 


1068-45.1 


2049-78.8 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


.457 


- 


- 


417-586 


.712 


337 


- 


- 


458-17 


- 


- 


1174-45.1 


1979-76.1 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 


- 


- 


480-715 


.671 


302 


- 


- 


442-13 


- 


- 


1106-42 5 


1950-75.0 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 


- 


- 


586-786 


.746 


443 


- 


- 


490-10 


- 


- 


1154-44.4 


2444-76.4 


1972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 


- 


- 


435-606 


.718 


557 


- 


- 


547-17 


- 


- 


1361-43.4 


2613-871 


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 


2469-882 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


- 


- 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


- 


- 


1059-40.2 


2115-783 


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 


- 


- 


43a600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


- 


- 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


30 


935-1789 


.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 


2353-759 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


- 


- 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


- 


- 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


1982-83 


30 


82ai672 


.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 


2391-747 


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 


- 


- 


103a32.0 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71 7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 


1990-91 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


373 


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 


235a81.0 


1992-93 


29 


813-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


2235-79.8 


1993-94 


30 


868-1901 


457 


141-401 


352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 


1995-96 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 


1996-97 


32 


836-1800 


.465 


118-378 


,312 


616-904 


.691 


518 


112 


274 


600-18 


346 


793 


122.^38.3 


2406-75.2 


1997-98 


32 


908-1969 


.461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


602 


158 


275 


637-28 


369 


793 


1271-397 


252a78.8 


1998-99 


34 


1044-2108 


495 


184-504 


.365 


601-857 


70! 


674 


202 


431 


672-7 


417 


835 


1343-395 


2873-845 


1999-00 


35 


1001-2151 


.465 


195-553 


.353 


486-710 


.685 


667 


235 


355 


637-13 


418 


820 


1354-38.7 


2683-76.7 


128 



jM|gnmeJ?ecord3ooliJ 



Opponent Year-By-Year Statistics 







/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


510-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-no 


- 


- 


- 


594-888 


.668 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 


stats not availoble 


























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 


1671-576 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


.369 


- 


- 


408-584 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


814-35,4 


1296-576 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


.397 


- 


- 


343-490 


.700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


795-34,6 


1407-56,3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


.384 


- 


- 


473-679 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1119-43,0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


.419 


- 


- 


405-679 


.649 


- 


- 


- 


489- 


- 


- 


1115-44,6 


1805-676 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


,460 


- 


- 


276-624 


.697 


- 


- 


- 


336- 


- 


- 


879-41,9 


1504-71,6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


.455 


- 


- 


509-396 


.692 


- 


- 


- 


462-14 


- 


- 


1145-44,0 


1964-75,5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 


- 


- 


417-735 


.714 


- 


- 


- 


490-23 


- 


- 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


.405 


- 


- 


415-584 


.706 


- 


- 


- 


454-11 


- 


- 


1029-41.2 


1711-68.4 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


.467 


- 


- 


340-588 


.714 


- 


- 


- 


393-7 


- 


- 


928-371 


1628-65.1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


.437 


- 


- 


434-476 


.701 


- 


- 


- 


419-12 


- 


- 


1188-49.0 


1744-73.9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


.465 


- 


- 


472-619 


.725 


- 


- 


- 


488-18 


- 


- 


1225-471 


2188-84.1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 


- 


- 


421-651 


.680 


- 


- 


- 


472-13 


- 


- 


1082-41.6 


1945-74.7 


1970-71 


26 


743-1625 


.457 


- 


- 


422-619 


.703 


308 


- 


- 


544-24 


- 


- 


1056-40.6 


1908-73.4 


1971-72 


32 


843-1933 


.436 


- 


- 


417-600 


.687 


302 


- 


- 


607-30 


- 


- 


1040-32.5 


2107-65.8 


1972-73 


30 


947-2023 


.449 


- 


- 


332-607 


.686 


363 


- 


- 


598-23 


- 


- 


1043-34.8 


2226-74,2 


1973-74 


28 


798-1993 


,400 


- 


- 


335-484 


.705 


278 


- 


- 


513-11 


- 


- 


1066-38.1 


1931-69,0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


.441 


- 


- 


331-475 


.694 


355 


- 


- 


634-28 


- 


- 


999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


.444 


- 


- 


346-477 


.708 


307 


- 


- 


575-25 


- 


- 


1024-36.6 


2080-74.3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


.436 


- 


- 


393-489 


.722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 


- 


- 


978-36.2 


2001-74.1 


1977-78 


28 


906-2001 


.453 


- 


- 


415-612 


.678 


363 


60 


227 


563-14 


- 


- 


1057-377 


2227-79.5 


1978-79 


30 


912-1923 


.474 


- 


- 


416-601 


.692 


402 


99 


240 


576-17 


- 


- 


1036-34.5 


2240-74.7 


1979-80 


31 


926-1952 


.474 


- 


- 


374-534 


.700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 


- 


- 


1000-32.3 


2226-71.8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


.473 


- 


- 


406-582 


.698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 


- 


- 


954-30.8 


2164-69.8 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


,468 


- 


- 


372-548 


.679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 


- 


- 


802-277 


1704-58.8 


1982-83 


29 


808-1783 


.453 






425-634 


.670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 


- 


- 


1022-34.1 


2141-71.4 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 


- 


- 


373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


- 


- 


996-31.1 


2151-672 


1984-85 


32 


981-2136 


.459 


- 


- 


440-637 


.691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 


- 


- 


1222-33,0 


2404-65.0 


1985-86 


33 


873-1820 


.480 


- 


- 


420-575 


.730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 


- 


- 


1017-30.0 


2166-65.6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


.479 


113-245 


.561 


336-491 


.684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73.3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71.8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


,701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74,2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


.429 


175-490 


.357 


566-811 


.698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-377 


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 


1148-38.3 


2197-73.2 


1994-95 


34 


923-2098 


.440 


241-685 


.352 


427-651 


.656 


511 


573 


220 


727-34 


398 


647 


1142-33,6 


2514-73.9 


1995-96 


30 


780-1730 


.451 


195-537 


.363 


533-731 


.729 


429 


155 


195 


594-21 


321 


693 


1114-371 


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 


1209-378 


2306-72.1 


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 


1999-00 


35 


844-2098 


.402 


218-659 


.331 


480-705 


,681 


491 


140 


295 


650-14 


494 


802 


1296-370 


2386-68.2 



129 



Time-Record^ook 



RYLAMD BASKETBALL 



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«/■ 


Game 1 


?esL 


ilts 
















1 Te-by-game results for Moryhnd men 's 


f 5 North Carolina 


I 20-26 


ol Johns Hoptins 


I 


2022 


1931-32 




F16 Woshington & lee 


I 


29-33 


liketball since 1904-05 Scores and 


Virgin 10 


I 13-26 


St John's College 


W 


25-22 




F20 alVuginio 


W 


33-32 


j'es are as complete as our research 


F9 oi Richmond 
Catholic 


W 24-22 
I 14-20 


Virginia 
Stevens Institute 


w 
w 


2i!^20 
31 24 


164(ll.lH;5-2li;aiN| 
B-2SC 




F26 01 Johns Hopkins 
M2 St Johns 


W 

I 


41-35 
17-24 


"ows Any additional information 


IS weh 


Geo Woshinglon 


I 19-20 


ot Novy 


I 


26-35 


D30 ot Wisconsin 


I 3032 


M6 Johns Hopkins 


W 


52-25 


come and should he directed to 


Kevin 


Washington & lee 


W 22-21 


FB ol Pennsylvonio 


I 


26J0 


Jll loyolo 


I 27-28 


Mil G«orget(Wn 


I 


24-25 


Messenger of Maryland Media Relations 


Virgimo Military Inshtulf 


I 12-21 


NC Stole 


w 


3624 


J 15 ol Woshinglon & tee 


W 42-38 








All neutral site games indicated wi 


h iub- 


Virginio Military Inslilulf 


' W 34-19 


at Virginia 


I 


12-34 


J 16 ot Virginia Militory Inst 


W 43-28 


1935-36 






script numbers. 




Georgia 


I 25-29 


Washington Coll 


w 


22-20 


J 20 Novy 


W 2615 








l-Soulhern Conference Toum. 


al Atlanta. Ga 


Johns Hopkins 


w 


23^19 


J21 ot Virginia 


W 3631 


14^(9 3H, 4.2R. 1-1 N) 






1901-05 








Virginio Tech 


w 


30-10 


J23 ot Johns Hopkins 


W 3326 


MSC 










1921-25 




Weslern Morylond 


w 


30-29 


J26 Virginio Militory Insttute 


W 38-20 


J7 Virginio Militory Institute 


W 


44-29 


0-2 (no scores avoilable] 












J 30 VirgimoTedi 


W 5116 


J 10 ot Washington & lee 


I 


27-30 


Coptoin Samuel P. Thomas 

Woshington YMCA 




12-5t7-2H;4-2A;l-lN| 
3-1 SC 




1928-29 






F3 Catholic 

F6 North Corolino 


W 39-34 
W 26-25 


Jll ol Virginio Military Insl. 
J15 oiNovy 


w 
w 


53-32 
32 20 


CqtcI' Inii-fute 




Virginia 


W 2416 


7-9|JiH;4J(l;0-1N) 






FIO Woshington Coll 


W 36-16 


Jie Richmond 


W 


26-24 






ol Columbia 


W 24-23 


2-5 SC 






F12 Western Morylond 


W 25-15 


J21 Baltimore 


W 


5503 


No learns from 1 905-06 through 1909-10 


at Stevens Institute 


W 2117 


D20 W.lliom & Mory 


w 


30-20 


F13 Virginio 


W 4618 


J23 Washington Coll 


w 


46-34 






oiNovy 


L 16-23 


D22 ol Pennsylvania 


I 


18 30 


FI5 Wostiington & lee 


W 49-19 


J25 North Corolino 


I 


32-44 


1 9 1 0- 1 1 




Lafayette 


W 3015 


J9 Randolph Mocon 


I 


2033 


F17 St John's 


W 24-20 


J30 WilliomiMory 


w 


41-39 


'^ /^ f ^ 'ii 1 1 I r\i 




ol Cotholic 


W 18-14 


J15 otVirginio 


w 


3022 


F19 ol North Corolino 


I 26J2 


Fl Duke 


w 


38-34 


3-9 (2-3H, 1-6RI 
Captain M Burton Shipley 

Morylond Agricultural College 




Steverjs Inslifute 


W 21-17 


J 18 Johns Hopkins 


I 


2O30 


F20 olDuke 


W 2018 


F6 Virginio 


w 


40-34 




J31 North Cofolino 


I 16-21 


J26 St. Johns 


w 


20-18 


F23 Johns Hopkins 


W 38-24 


FIO ot West Virginio 


I 


2651 




Gallaudet 


W 25-14 


Fl Virginia 


I 


22-25 


F26 Florido 


I 24-39 


Fll Woshington 4 lee 


I 


54-55 


J8 New York Univ L 


7-25 


Washington Coll. 


I 16-27 


F2 Washington & lee 


I 


22^7 


l-Soulhern Conference Tourn otAjtonta. Go. 


F12 St, John's 


w 


4028 


Jll otGalloudel L 


30-58 


ol Pnnceton 


I 2438 


F4 ol Virginia Tech 


I 


29-39 






F15 Cotholic 


I 


29-dO 


ot Staunton Mil, Acod I 
oi Washington & Lee I 


2458 
1746 


Cly College of NY 
South Corolino 


W 22-16 
W 38-22 


F5 ot Woshington & lee 
F6 ot Virginio Militory Inst 


I 
w 


18-42 
30-27 


1932-33 




FIB ot Washington Coll 
F19 Johns Hopkins 


w 
w 


56-30 
4540 


J28 at Virginio Military Inst W 


17-14 


ol Virginia 


W 3625 


F8 North Corolino 


I 


22-28 


U-9I102H, 1-6R,01N1 




F21 ot Georgetown 


w 


47-39 


J3I Washington & tee L 


24-29 


Coihdic 


W 27-17 


f13 01 Novy 


w 


3027 


7-3 SC 




M5 Duke 


w 


47-35 


al Delowore I 


14-23 


Alabamo 


W 27-21 


f15 Western Morylond 


w 


32-17 


D23 Wisconsin 


I 13-22 


M6 Washington & lee ' 


t 


32-38 


GoUoudet I 


27-54 


NC State ■ 


I 16-30 


F23 at Johns Hopkins 


w 


19-18 


J 7 at Virginia Tech 


W 4020 




flakigh.NC II 


ot Georgetown L 


25-31 


)-Sou''iern Conference Tourn 


al Atlanta, Go 


Mississippi 


I 


35-37 


J 12 Duke 


W 3028 








Ml. St. Joseph W 
Cotholic W 

at Penn. Mil Acad. I 


22-20 
35-30 
19-50 


I 925-26 




1-Southem Conference Toum a 

1929-30 


Atlanta, Ga 


J 13 at Virginia Militory Inst 
J 14 ol Woshington & lee 
J18 ot Johns Hopkins 


I 29-30 
I 4043 
I 27-37 


1936-37 

8-12(7-3H;l-«li;01N) 










14-3(10-1H;4-1A.0-1N) 








J21 Virginia Tech 


W 37-21 


4^SC 






No teams in 191 1-12 and 1912-I3 




7-1 SC 




16«1103H,6-2R;01N) 






J25 ot Catholic 


I 27-29 


DI7 01 Richmond 


I 


4051 






Washington & Lee 


W 4027 


9JSC 






J28 alNo»y 


I 21-59 


J6 Johns Hopkins 


w 


54-31 


1913-14 




ot Novy 


W 20-12 


D13 Williom&Mory 


W 


27-23 


J31 OtVirginio 


I 19-26 


J8 ol Washington & lee 


I 


27-51 






J 12 Richmond 


W 3014 


J9 Duke 


I 


27-28 


F3 North Carolino 


W 42-29 


J9 ot Virginia Military Inst 


w 


48-28 


Captain H, Burton Shipley 
Scores incomplete 




ot Virginia Military 


W 3021 


Jll Cotholic 


W 


37-30 


F4 Georgio 


I 36-40 


J 14 Western Morylond 


w 


4836 




ot Woshinglon i Lee 


W 33-20 


J 14 Virginio 


W 


54-20 


F8 Woshington Coll 


W 35-27 


J 16 otDuke 


I 


31-34 


Morylond Agricultural College 

Mr St Joseph 

al Gollaudet 
JU ot Coiholic 

ot Ml. St, Joseph 
J2I ot Gallaudet L 
J22 ot St John 5 College I 

01 Loyolo College 




ot Virginio Tech 


W 19-17 


J 17 Johns Hopkins 


W 


41-24 


F9 Virginio 


W 37-28 


J20 Washington Con. 


w 


41-20 




Golloudei 
Washington Coll 
Stevens Institute 


W 4013 
W 30-26 
I 24-27 


J22 otNovy 
J25 Virginia Tech 
Fl NC Stole 


W 
W 

I 


43-39 
44-27 
2628 


F11 Woshington & lee 

F 14 Virginio Militory Institute 

FI6 St John's 


W 46-28 
W 45-29 
W 34-22 


J23 Virginio 
J28 oiNC Stole 
J29 at North Carolino 


w 

I 

I 


37-23 
33-35 

24-41 


15-79 
10-48 


Virginia Tech 
at Virginia 


W 3014 
t 28-34 


F3 Woshinglon 8, lee 
F6 Western Maryland 


I 
w 


25-29 
37-18 


F18 Weslern Morylond 
F22 Johns Hopkins 


W 37-32 
W 35-31 


J30 OtDuke 
F3 ol Novy 


I 
I 


3034 
37,53 


F9 North Carolino 


W 23-22 


F8 North Carolino 


w 


34-26 


F24 South Carolina 


I 28-65 


F6 North Corolino 


I 


35-44 




West Virginio 


W 25-15 


F11 at Virginia Tech 


w 


34-23 


l-Southem Conference Toum a 


Haleigh, NC 


F9 William i Mary 


w 


41-29 


at Georgetown 
Catholic 
F2 at Woshinglon & Lee L 




Duke 


W 41-20 


F12 at Virginia Military Inst 


w 


44-25 






F13 Virginio Militory Institute 


w 


45-28 


8-63 


Virginio 
Princeton 


W 30-21 
W 32-26 


F13 at Washington & lee 
F15 Virginia 


I 
w 


21-36 
51-29 


1933-34 




F18 Washington & Lee 
F20 Georgetov^n 


I 

I 


35-41 
27-39 


F4 at Virginio Military Insf I 
F7 Of St Johns College t 


3-44 


Mississippi Aggies ' 


L 19-22 


F18 at NC Stole 


w 


21-19 


ll-«|9^H.2-3R,aiN) 




F23 ol St. John's 


I 


37 39 


15-38 


1-Southern Conference Tourn. 


at Atlanta. Go 


F19 ot North Carolino 


w 


29-22 


6-1 SC 




F24 NC Stole 


w 


41-35 


Geo. Washington 
Golloudei 

Baltimore City 








F20 at Duke 


I 


24-39 


D18 Michigon 


W 29-25 


M4 NC Stole 


1. 


35-12 




1926-27 




F22 at Johns Hopkins 

F22 Virginia Military Institute 


w 
w 


39-24 
39-21 


D30 Indiono 

J5 ot West Virginia 


t 17-30 
I 24-26 


l-Southem Conference Toum of l?ate^ 


NC 


ot Penn Stole College 
at Delowore College 




10-10 (7-2H,3-7R,0-lN} 
64 SC 




F25 St. Johns 
F28 Kentucky 


w 

I 


4225 
21-26 


Jll Duke 

J13 ot Virginio Tech 


W 37-33 
W 29-24 


1937-38 










at Americon 


I 1621 


l-Southern Conference Toutn a 


A/onto. Go. 


J20 Virginio Tech 


W 34-32 


15-9 (100H;4-5R; 1-1 N) 






Noteamsfrom 191 A- 15 through 1916-17 


Washington & Lee 


W 44-32 








J24 01 Johns Hopkins 


I 32-35 


7-4 SC 






1918-19 




at Michigan 
of Virginio 


L 25-39 
I 17-22 


1930-31 






J26 ot Virginio 
J30 North Corolino 


W 43-20 
I 24-28 


D16 Richmond 
D17 Michigon 


I 
I 


2601 
26-43 


t-5|l-5A| 

01 Gallaudet W 
at Cotholic L 
ot Geo Washington L 
at Golloudei L 
at Cotholic I 
at Geo. Washington L 




at Navy 


L 3032 


18-4(102H,4-2R;4^N) 






F2 Catholic 


W 33-25 


J4 ot Baltimore 


w 


5032 


27-26 

7-25 
11-25 
9-33 

12-14 
20-53 


Woshington Coll. 
Georgia 


I 18-22 
W 34-33 


8-1 SC 
SOUTHEflNCONFEfiENCE 






F3 ol Navy 
F6 Virginia 


I 27-46 
W 28-25 


J5 Rondolph Mocon 
J7 ot Washington « lee 


w 
t 


43-27 
29-31 


Golloudei 
Stevens Institute 


W 39-26 
W 27-18 


TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

J7 Golloudei 


w 


38-29 


F9 Richmond 

FIO Western Morylond 


I 33J4 
W 49-33 


J8 at Virginio Militory Inst. 
J 1 2 ot Georgetown 


w 

t 


42-27 
39-57 


F7 North Corolino 


W 28-23 


J9 ol Virginio Mililory Inst 


W 


35-18 


F13 Virginio Militory Institute 


W 36-27 


J 15 Duke 


w 


40-35 


f 8 North Carolino 
F9 al Pennsylvania 


I 23-32 
W 26-21 


J 10 at Woshington & lee 
J 15 Duke 


w 
w 


3621 
32-24 


F15. St Johns 

FI7 Woshinglon Coll 


t 32-37 
W 4403 


J27 OtVirginio 

J28 ol North Carolino 


w 

I 


39-23 
24-43 






at Woshinglon & lee 


I 32-34 


J 17 loyolo 


I 


3033 


F21 Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


J29 OtDuke 


I 


3^4 


No teanti from 191 9-20 through 192 


9 71 


at Virginio Military Insl- 


W 32-15 


J22 ol Johns Hopkins 


w 


33-20 


Washington & lee 


I 37-45 


J31 Virginio Tech 


w 


42-35 


/-/J 


Virginio 

or NC State 

of Woshinglon Coll. 

Western Morylond 


W 29-28 
I 23-38 
I 1621 

W 32-25 


J30 Virginio Militory Institute 

J31 Virginio Tech 

F2 at Virginio 

F3 Washington & lee 


w 
w 
I 
w 


44-20 
33-16 
31-34 
28-17 


/-Southern Conference Toum at 

1934-35 


Haleigh, NC 


f 2 ot Novy 
F3 New YoHi Univ 
F5 Woshington I lee 
Flo WilliomiMory 


I 
I 

w 
w 


34-37 
27.42 
3632 
45-36 


H. Burton Shipley 


^mm 


21 Seasons 


(^^ 


1923-21 TO 


F19 ot North Corolino 
Georgia ' 


W 23-19 
I 22-27 


F6 ot Catholic 
FIO North Coiolina 


w 
w 


24-21 
33-31 


S-10(6^H;2-2R) 
4JSC 




F 1 1 Virginia Mililory Institute 
F12 Catholic 


w 
w 


4303 
4903 




1916-17 


1-Soufhern Conference Tourn. 


ot Atlanta. Ca. 


FlI Washington Coll. 


I 


32-33 


D20 Indiono 


I 29-30 


F16 at Washington Coll 


w 


43-42 




Rec: 213- 


199 






FU Virginia 


w 


34-21 


029 Ohio Slate 


W 5041 


fl9 Dickinson 


w 


57-27 


. 9 1 


CoNF.: 121-91 


1927-28 




F14 Western Mo7lond 
F17 St. Johns 


w 
w 


4505 
32-27 


J2 West Virginia 
J4 South Corolino 


I 29-39 
W 35-21 


F2I Johns Hopkins 
F23 St. John's 


w 
w 


56-30 
38-29 






14-4(1 l-OH, 34R) 
8-1 SC 




F21 OtNovy 
F25 Johns Hopkins 


I 
w 


33-36 
31-22 


J8 Virginio Mililory Institute 
Jll Duke 


W 39-24 


M4 Citodel' 
M5 Duke 


w 

I 


45J3 
3205 


1923-24 






I 39-48 






DI9 Woshirtgton & lee 


W 28-24 


F28 louisiono State 


w 


37-33 


J 16 Woshington Coll 


W 43-27 


1 -Southern Conlennce Toum at 


floleiglt.NC II 


5-7 




J 12 at Virginia Tech 


W 29-20 


F28 North Carolino ' 


w 


19-17 


J18 North Corolino 


I 31-39 








1-2 SC 




J 13 ol Woshinglon 4 lee 


W 31-28 


M2 Georgio ' 


w 


2625 


J30 at Novy 


I 36-43 








Geo Washington W 


41-22 


jM ol Virginia Military Inst. 


W 23-9 


M2 Kentucky ' 


w 


29-27 


F2 Virginia 


W 44-24 








Gallaudet W 


42-28 


Gallaudet 


W 45-20 


l-Sou^tem Conference Toum a 


Miraio.Ga 


F9 Richmond 


I 2656 








Cotholic I 


13-30 


Kentucky 


W 37-7 








F12 01 Cotholic 


I 29-45 








1 




ISO 



jM|grJme-Record3oolMi 



1938-39 






J 10 olDuke 

J 16 Washington Coll 


L 33-37 
W 28-25 


26 FJompden-Sydney 
2 Geo Woshington 


W 35-32 JIO 01 Georgetown 
W 48-35 J12 ol Pennsylvonio 


i 

L 


51-53 
6781 


195 1-52 








15-9|9.2H;4^R;2-1N| 






J2I at Georgetown 


W 5142 


8 North Carolina 


L 31-33 J22 01 Navy 


I 


46-52 


13-9(8-lH;5-7R,*lNl 








8-3 SC 






J24 Geo. Washington 


L 2947 


9 Virginia 


W 3736 J26 Geo Woshington 


L 


54-66 


9JSC 








D)3 01 Richmond 


I 


34-39 


J29 Virginia 


W 36-26 


14 Kings Point 


W 43-39 J28 ol Miomi (Ohio) 


W 


4342 


D2 OtVirginia 


W 


5942 




DI5 Clemson 


W 


45-35 


F2 ol Virginio Mililory InsI 


L 41-46 


16 Richmond 


W 37-31 J29 ol Miomi johiol 


I 


48-58 


D5 Washington & Lee 


W 


71-51 




D16 Dovidson 


W 


44-27 


F3 ol Woshington 8. Lee 


L 44-52 


20 ot Williom & Mory 


I 3642 F2 ol Cincinnati ' 


L 


33-70 


D8 ol Pennsylvonio 


L 


52-53 




J4 or Pennsylvania 


L 


24-36 


F7 Woshington 4 lee 


L 28-30 


23 Wesi Virginia 


L 33-35 F4 ol Virginia Mililory InsI 


W 


5345 


D12 William* Mary 


W 


5453 




\7 ol Army 


L 


25-45 


Fll otNovy 


I 47-61 


26 ol Kings Point 


I 31-48 F5 al Washinglon & Lee 


W 


66-60 


D15 at West Virgmio 


L 


36-39 




Jll olNovy 


L 


37-47 


F13 Williom & Mory 


W 42-32 


27 ot Army 


W 25-52 F8 Soulh Corolino 


W 


79-49 


018 OtVirginia Mililory Inst 


W 


5739 




J 13 Dub 


W 


3734 


F14 West Virginio 


L 2741 


^ 1 North Carolina ' 


I 27-54 FIl North Corolino 


L 


42-66 


019 ot Woshington 8, Lee 


W 


5143 




JM Hompden-Sydney 


W 


34-25 


FI8 at Army 


L 3244 




Roleigh.N.C F17 Georgetown 


L 


52-56 


J3 ol North Corolino 


L 


47-51 




J20 North Cofolino 


w 


34-32 


F20 North Corolino 


t 30-34 




FI9 ol Soulh Corolina 


W 


57-56 


J5 ol Novy 


W 


4845 




J28 V.rginio 


w 


31-21 


F25 Duke 


I 46-64 


1945-47 


F20 ol Clemson 


I 


49-68 


J7 Virgmio 


w 


63-53 




F2 of Duke 


w 


6a44 


F27 Virginia Mililory Institute 


W 39-36 


F24 ol Richmond 


W 


66-51 


JIO Georgetown 


w 


55-40 




F3 ol North Caroline 


w 


66-41 






4-10(9-3H;5-6R;0-IN) 


F26 ol Geo Washinglon 


L 


42-61 


J12 olRulgers 


L 


55-61 




F4 at NC Slate 


L 


4046 


1942-43 




?-4SC 


F28 Virginia Mililory Inslilule 


W 


70-55 


J18 North Corolino 


w 


71-51 




F8 Georgetown 


L 


25-39 




:)14 ot West Virginio 


L 43-81 M3 North Corolino = 


L 


61-79 


F9 Virgmio Militory Institute 


w 


64-46 




FIl Washington & Lee 


w 


39-37 


8-8 I5-3H; 3-5R1 




D17 Western Morylond 


W 49-39 1^1 Charhltesvilk, Va_ 






F14 Richmond 


w 


5545 




F14 Williom&Mary 


L 


49-57 


5-5 SC 




D18 Johns Hopkins 


W 41-36 2-Mus:c Hall. Cncinnoll, Ohio 






F16 ol William 8. Mary 


L 


66-71 




Ft5 at St John's 


W 


48-20 


DIO Richmond 


W 32-28 J3 at Quonhca Marines 


W 62-48 3-Southem Conference Tourn ot Durham, NC 


Fie OlDuke 


L 


51-56 




F18 OldMorylond 


w 


53-35 


J 1 North Caroline 


W 47-40 J4 at North Corolino 


L 42-58 






F21 at Georgetown 


L 


61-71 




F20 ol Catholic 


w 


4a38 


J9 Virginia 


W 53-49 J8 Richmond 


;,::^ 1949-50 






F27 ol Richmond 


W 


54-50 




F22 of Geo Woshmgton 


L 


24-37 


J 13 ot Pennsylvonio 


L 49-51 JIO Geo Woshington 






F29 Geo- Woshington 


L 


56-57 




F24 Woshmglon Coll 


W 


4737 


J 15 ol Woshington & Lee 


L 40-50 J 16 otWoshinglon&Lee 


W 65-60 8-17(6^5H;2-llR,(K)N| 






M 1 Dovidson 


W 


7148 




M2 Richmond ' 


W 


47-32 


J 16 ot Virginio Mililory Inst 


L 34-35 J 17 ot Virgmio Tech 


W 5749 5-1 3 SC 






M6 Duke ' 


I 


48-51 




M3 NC Slate' 


W 


53-29 


J23 otGeo Washington 


L 43-48 J18 OtVirginia Military Inst 


W 61-50 D3 ol Virginia Tech 


L 


57-63 


1 -Southern Conference Toum at 


Raleigh. NC I 




M4 Clemson ' 


L 


27-39 


J30 OtNovy 


W 63-54 J22 OtNovy 


L 27-55 D5 at Tennessee 


L 


4*61 










I-5ourfjem Conference Toum. a 


Raleigti, N.C 


F6 at Army 


L 4*44 J24 North Carolina 


W 61-57 D6 OtVirginia 


L 


5d.66 


1952-53 














F12 Duke 


L 4346 J31 Washington & Lee 


W 59-50 DIO Washington 8, Lee 


W 


65-46 








1 939-40 






FI3 Washington & Lee 


W 55-35 


4 Georgetown 


W 55-49 D14 at Pennsylvania 


L 


52-54 


15-8 18-2H;6-5R;1-1N) 












F15 otVirginia 


W 5642 


10 Geo, Washington 


L 48-63 D16 Clemson 


L 


55-60 


12-3SC 








l4-9(9-2H;4-6R; 1-1N| 






F16 at North Carolina 


W 40-31 


15 ot Richmond 


L 49-68 D17 at Navy 


L 


62-75 


D2 Virginio 


W 


71-61 




7^SC 






F20 Georgetown 


L 36-46 


17 VirginioTech 


W 55-42 D19 OhioWesleyan 


L 


71-75 


D4 Williom 8. Mory 


W 


64-61 




D 1 2 Western Marylond 


W 


48-32 


F23 Williom & Mory 


W 51-36 


18 Duke 


L 3840 J2 ot North Corolino 


W 


53-55 


D6 ol Pennsylvania 


I 


53-70 




DI4 Rondolph Mocon 


W 


47-16 


F25 Virginia Military Institute 


I 35-36 


19 at Kings Point 


t 47-73 J3 at Duke 


L 


46-58 


D13 West Virgmio 


W 


5245 




J t Clemson 


W 


53-26 






24 at Army 


W 57-54 J7 01 Georgetown 


W 


71-65 


D17 al Virginia Military Inst. 


W 


54-37 




J3 ol Pennsylvonio 


i 


34-41 


lB^3'^^ 




26 Citadel 


W 5240 JIO Williom S Mary 


L 


52-56 


DI8 at Woshington 8. Lee 


W 


58-40 




J4 Ql Rutgers 


W 


51-39 




\^} Virginia Military Institute 


W 5345 J 12 01 Richmond 


L 


49-59 


J3 ol Norlh Corolino 


I 


49-59 




J5 ol Rhode Island Slote 


I 


53-59 


4-14 (3-6H;l-7R; 0-1 N| 




\rtl2 ot Pennsylvonio 


L 54-80 JI4 Geo, Washington 


L 


51-72 


J5 OtVirginia 


W 


59-56 




J9 Duke 


W 


32-30 


2-1 SC 




V113 NC State ' 


t 43-55 J21 ol William* Mary 


I 


56^54 


J8 ot Richmond |0T| 


W 


63-60 




J 13 Richmond 


W 


35-19 


D 1 1 Quantico Monnes 


L 33-59 


ISouthem Conference Tourn al 


%rharr},NC Fl Virginia Military Inslilule 


W 


65-53 


JIO Georgetown 


L 


45-54 




J 17 ol Georgetown 
J 19 VirginioTech 
120 Washington 8. Lee 


W 
W 

L 


28-27 
49-41 
25-44 


D17 Marshall 

D21 Boinbridge Novy 

J8 otVirginia 


L 3946 
L 2*52 
L 20-52 










J12 VirginioTech W 
J 17 Norlh Corolino W 
F3 ol Geo Washinglon |2 0T| L 


6546 
68-66 
62-63 




Flucie Stewart 


r J hlorin v_orolina 

F6 ol Virginio Military InsI. 

FIO Duke 


L 

I 
W 


56-69 
61-62 
67-57 








g- 






•3 




J26 oiNC Slate 


W 


43-36 


J15 Virginio Militory Institute 


W 43-36 


, ■ ■■ - . 


J jtA:3Ura:i 


F13 Soulh Corolino 


I 


56-61 


F6 ol Virginia Tech 


W 


7*56 




J27 ol Clemson 


L 


3*48 


J22 Hompden-Sydney 


L 43-51 


if' 


19^7-18 TO 


F14 Virginio 


W 


7*52 


F9 Richmond 


L 


4649 




J29 at South Corolino 


L 


3a33 


J24 ot Boinbridge Novy 


L 25-78 


m- ' '^ 


1949-50 


F18 Davidson 


W 


64-61 


F12 Virginia Mililory Inslilule 


W 


6741 




J30 at Duke 

F3 Johns F^opkins 


L 
W 


37-48 
49-36 


J26 FortBelvoir 
J29 Colholic 


L 29-60 
W 33-31 


i r 


Rec 


: S7-1B 


F21 Richmond 

F24 ol Soulh Carolina 


W 

L 


6748 
44-59 


F14 Woshinglon 8, Lee 
F17 ol William 8. Mory 


W 
W 


8756 
79-57 




F7 at Virginia Military InsI 


W 


60-33 


F5 Virginia 


L 2649 


Ik Jm 


CONF 


: 22-27 


F25 ol Clemson 


L 


68-70 


F19 ol Georgetown 


L 


4849 




F8 at Washington & Lee 
F17 Catholic 


L 
W 


19-39 
46-31 


F8 at Colholic 

F9 Woodrow Gen, Hosp- 


L 33-53 
W 48-26 


■lH__Hfl 














F21 olNovy 

F24 Geo. Washinglon 


L 
W 


47-51 
66-53 








Bud Millikan 




1947-48 








F20 Virginia Military Inslitule 
F22 Geo Woshington 


W 
L 


27-25 
26-44 


FI2 at Richmond 

F 1 8 ot Woodrow Gen, Hosp, 


L 34-65 
L 25-35 


1-14MH;5-9R;0-1N) 




^^ 


1 7 Seasons 


M5 Duke 

M6 Woke ForesI |0T| ' 


W 
L 


74-65 
59-61 




F28 Washington S, Lee ' 


W 


43-30 


FI9 ot Virginio Mililory Inst. 


W 31-29 


?7SC 




' ^ 


1950-51 TO 


l-Southern Conference Tourn. a 


Raleigh, N.C 




Ml Duke ' 


L 


32-44 


F26 OtNovy 


L 35-69 


D 1 1 at Weslern Marylond 


W 63-58 


»»<*1 


ISEP-R7 










1 -Southern Conference Tourn a 


Raleigh, NC 


M 1 at Army 
NC State ' 


L 22-85 
L 2342 


:)I2 Loyola 
516 Davidson 


I 52-63 
W 59-58 


m^ 


Rec: 213- 


182 


1953-54 








1-21 (l-10H;ailRl 
ai3SC 






]-Southem Conference Toum. at 


Raleigk NC 


DI7 at Woshington & Lee 


L 64-70 


Iwt3 


Cdnf.: 130- 


109 


23-7|9-2H;134R;1-1Nl 












1944-45 




!)IB ol Virginia Militory (nst- 
D20 at Johns Hopkins 
3 ol North Corolina 


W 5346 


■■fll 








7-2 ACC (2nd| 

D3 at Soulh Carolina 
D4 at Clemson 


W 
W 


5349 
8141 




W 64-53 
L 46-70 


1950-51 








D14 Richmond 




36-48 


2-14(l-5H;l-8R;0-lNl 




5 al Duke 


L 4253 16-11 |10-3H;5-7R;1-1N1 






D5 ol Woke Forest 


L 


54-71 




017 at Johns FJopkins 




24-38 


2-5 SC 




7 ol Georgetown 


L 40-52 11-8 SC 






08 at Williom & Mary 


W 


69-54 




D19 Clemson 




34-48 


D21 Golloudet 


L 26-27 


10 Clemson 


W 4942 Dl Virginio 


W 


59-57 


D14 ol West Virginia 


L 


71-87 




J8 at Pennsylvania 




32-43 


J5 ol North Corolino 


L 28-53 


12 al Virginia 


I 44-64 D6 at Pennsylvonio 


I 


65-74 


DI7 VirginioTech 


W 


6*52 




Jll Duke 




2640 


J6 at Duke 


L 24-51 


14 alNovy 


L 47-51 Dll Williom & Mory 


W 


4841 


018 Soulh Carolina 


W 


7948 




J 14 ot Washington & Lee 




41-59 


J 8 al NC Stole 


L 3246 


16 South Carolina 


W 68-54 D13 OtVirginia 


W 


4643 


030 at Arizona Stole 


W 


65-50 




J 15 ot Virginio Militory InsI. 




30^54 


JIO at Novy 


L 33-70 


17 Virginia Military Inslilule 


W 6348 D18 Washinglon & Lee 


W 


5243 


031 Evonsville' 


W 


66-58 




J 17 ot Georgetown 




34-51 


J 13 Virginio Militory Inslitule 


W 46h28 


31 al Army 


L 4448 D19 Rutgers 


W 


5145 


J2 ol Kentucky Wesleyan' 


W 


54-37 




J24 North Carolina 




36-55 


J18 Morine Corps Inst. 


L 34-50 


7 Washington & Lee 


W 64-38 J2 al North Corolino 


W 


67-59 


J4 at Richmond 


W 


72-64 




J31 at Richmond 




1738 


J20 NC Stole 


L 42-57 


11 olGeo. Washington 


L 49-65 J6 at Richmond 


W 


4842 


J5 Virginia 


W 


7*64 




F1 olDuke 




17-43 


J27 Flompden-Sydney 


L 4243 


13 North Carolina 


L 47-51 JIO 01 Novy 


I 


4751 


J6 Clemson 


W 


79-54 




F3 at North Corolino 




29-44 


F3 at Virginio 


L 26-57 


16 Virginia 


L 56-68 JI3 Georgetown 


W 


5847 


J 9 ol Georgetown |0T) 


L 


56-58 




F5 ol Novy 




27-52 


F5 at Virginio Mililory Inst 


L 27-35 


19 Richmond 


W 60-53 J 15 VirginioTech 


I 


57^56 


Jll Richmond 


L 


71-73 




F6 at Virginio 




1847 


FIO Virginia 


L 33-61 


=21 ot South Carolina 


W 54-53 J20 Norlh Corolino 


W 


56-55 


J15 Geo. Washington 


W 


68-61 




F8 Woshington & Lee 




1542 


F17 at William* Mary 


W 5346 


"23 at Clemson 


W 63-61 Fl at Dovidson 


W 


57-55 


J 18 ol Virginio 


W 


70-56 




F10 at Geo- Woshington 




28-61 


F27 ol Kings Point 


L 41-54 


26 at Richmond 


L 62-64 F2 ol South Coiolino 


I 


43-70 


J30 ot Tampa 


w 


61-51 




FI4 William &Mory 




40-58 


F28 at Army 


L 34-54 


Ml Geo, Washington 


L 35-59 F3 ol Clemson 


I 


44-50 


Fl ot Miomi |Fla| 


w 


63-57 




F15 Connecticut 




43-52 


Duke ' 


I 49-76 


V14 Davidson ' 


L 51-58 F7 01 Woshington & Lee 


t 


65-83 


F4 ot Woshington & Lee 


w 


51-25 




F 1 8 Virginia Militory Inslitule 




2741 


1 - Southern Conference Toum a 


RakigkNC 


hSouthem Conference Toum. at Durham, N C F8 al Virginia Military Inst. 


W 


46-41 


F5 ot Virgmio Tech 


w 


5441 




F19 Rutgers 




45-50 








Ft2 Soulh Corolino 


W 


4737 


Fll Woshinglon 8. Lee 


w 


7643 




F21 VirginioTech 
F22 Woshington Coll. 


W 


3948 
2MS 


1945-46 

lail |84H;2-6R;0-1N1 




1 948-49 

?-18(4-5H;5-12R,aiN) 


F14 West Virginia 

F16 Duke 

F17 at Williom 4 Mory 


I 

L 
I 


64-70 
4049 
5*55 


F13 olNovylOT) 
F15 Woke Forest 
F16 Duke 


w 
w 

L 


61-60 
74-53 
61-68 




\B^\-^2 






S5SC 




B-7SC 


F19 Clemson 


W 


54-50 


F18 Georgetown 


W 


53-50 








D 1 8 Marine Corps Inst, 


W 61-46 


D4 ol Temple 


L 4967 f2| Richmond 


W 


42-33 


F23 at Geo. Woshinglon 


L 


5770 




7-15|4-5H;3-10Rl 






D20 Marshall 


I 43-50 


D9 Virginia Tech 


W 60-51 F23 at Geo Woshington 


L 


47-67 


F25 Williom 8, Mory 


W 


74-55 




3-8 SC 






D21 Quonlico Marines 


I 47-50 


311 at Loyolo |Md.) 


L 75-77 P24 Virginia Military Institute 


W 


6546 


M4 Clemson ' 


W 


75-59 




013 at Richmond 


W 


41-23 


J4 ol Duke 


I 25-59 


313 Richmond 


L 45-54 Ml Clemson 


W 


5048 


M5 Wake ForesI |0T| ' 


I 


56-64 




016 at Williom & Mory 




34-39 


J5 at NC Stole 


W 4739 


316 Virginia 


I 47-53 M2 NC Stole' 


L 


45-54 


l-AIIAmerico City Tournomentol Owensboro, 




019 at West Virginio 




36-63 


J7 ol North Carolina 


L 28-64 


318 Clemson 


W 74-50 ]. Southern Conference Tourn.o 


Roleigfi, NC 


Ky. 








030 at Selon Hall 




15-59 


J 16 at Novy 


I 3544 


3 ol North Carolina 


L 4755 






2-ACC Tournament alRaleigt\,N.C. (Reynolds 




031 ot City College of NY 




4a57 


J19 NC Stole 


W 37-33 


4 Dovidson ' 


L 49-52 






Coliseum} 








J2 ol St John's IN.Y.) 




48-64 


J23 ot Virginio 


L 45-48 


7 at Virginia 


L 43-79 














J9 ol Virginio 


W 


35-34 


J25 Duke 


W 43-38 























131 



m- J 


imc 


t-Recoi 


m^ 


sook 




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000-01 


MARYLAHO 


l.L\.i:i=kA:JAK.i 






1957-58 




f23 3lNorlh Cji: - ; 




- 4 z' iVcie 'cei' 


:.-.- 


- .. „,. 


.- -. 


n 














F26 ot Clemson (2 01) 


W 6659 


Flo Virginia 


I 697 i J29 aiUemior. \. 09-/ 1 


7(7-2H, IWR.O-IN) 




22-7(10-lH;7-5R:5-lN| 




F27 ot South Corohno 


w 72-55 


F19 Duke 


I 7076 J31 01 South Corolino W 78«3 


MACCPrd) 




9-5 ACC |4lti| 




M3 NC Stole' 


I 58-74 


F23 Clemson 


W 69-67 F5 North Corolino W 76^i6 


J Georgetown 


W 60-43 


ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 


1-Bluegrass Tournament at touisville, Ky. 


F28 Woke Forest 


I 41-80 F7 ot Woke Forest (OT) W 86-78 


' Duke 


W 49-47 


D4 Geo Woshington 


W 64-55 


2 ACC Tournament at Raleigh. 


NC (Reynolds 


] ACC Tajmowertl of Raleigh 


N.CIReynolds F9 Novy W 74-69 


Woke Fweil (0T| 


I 58-62 


07 ot Fordhom 


W 61-58 


Coliseum) 




Coliseum) 


F12 Wesi Virginia W 107-92 


' 4 o) Virginio 


W 72-69 


D9 Kentucky 


W 71-62 








FI6 ot Virginia W 71-64 


7 01 Duke 
D18 01 Notlh Corolino 


I 61-68 
W 70-60 


D13 Woke Forest 
018 Novy 


W 72-58 

W 88-58 


1 960-6 1 




1 g63-6<l 


FI9 Duke I 69-74 
F25 Soulh Corolino W 5642 


D27 TexolTech' 


W 58-54 


D2B Vanderbilt' 


W 71-56 


14.12(8-2H;5-9R;1-IN] 




9-17(54H;4-l2R,01N| 


F26 CUison L 6981 


D28 Rhode Island' 


W 83-66 


030 Memphis Stole (3 OT)' 


I 4647 


MACC(4lti) 




5-9ACC|6lhl 


M3 North Corolino ' L 7077 


D30 Cincinnoli 


W 78-61 


J3 ot South Corolino 


W 72-59 


01 Penn Stole 


W 6447 


02 Virginio 


W 68-58 


•Sugof Bowl roymomenr 0* New Orleans, la 


J4 South Cofoiino 


W 68-51 


J4 at Clemson 


t 66-73 


03 at Virginio 


W 57-52 


D4 ot Georgetown 


I 72-83 


2 ACC Tournament al Raleigh N C. (Reynolds 


J6 Virginio 


W 78^55 


J8 Duke 


W 7749 


06 Geo Woshington 


W 8066 


07 ol Penn Slate 


L 6291 


Coliseum} 


J 8 alClemson 


W 71-63 


JU North Coiolino 


W 74-61 


010 olMinnesolo 


W 64-53 


010 NC Stole 


W 72-62 




J 10 ot South Corolino 
J 13 NC Stole 


W 68-52 
W 68-64 


J14 01 Georgetown 
J20 NC Stole 


W 5545 

I 48-57 


014 01 Georgetown 
017 Woke Forest 


W 78-67 
t 6072 


014 WestVirgmio 
016 Clemson 


W 7472 
W 5M8 


1 966-67 


J 18 otGeo WojhingtO(\ 


I 53-75 


F 1 ot Novy 


W 64-51 


029 North Corolino' 


I 57-81 


020 Tennessee' 


I 5970 


1.14(5-5H:6-8R,01N) 


J29 oINovy 


W 6a54 


F7 ot Virginio 


W 87-66 


030 ot NC Stole ' 


I 67-75 


021 louisiono Stole 


W 75-65 5-9ACC(T5lti| | 


F5 olVl'illiam&Mory 


W 67-62 


F8 ot Woke Forest 


W 74-67 


031 Wyoming 


W 84-77 


027 Arizono' 


I 54-57 


31 Penn State W 76-53 


F8 Geo Woshington 


I 67-73 


F13 Clemson 


W 72-54 


J7 South Corolino 


W 72-58 


028 Columbio' 


W 82-76 


)7 OtNC Stole W 54^8 


F12 North Corolino 


W 63-61 


F15 ot NC Stole |3 OT) 


L 64^i9 


J 1 1 Georgetown 


W 5547 


J6 South Corolino lOT) 


I 69-73 


310 Soulh Cordino I 63-65 


F15 Clemion 


W 68-66 


F18 Virginia 


W 69-56 


J 14 OtOuke 


I 62-70 


Jll olNovy 


I 55-68 


313 01 Virginia W 85-65 


F19 otNC Stole 


I 58-78 


F21 otDuke 


L 59-68 


J 16 North Corolino 


I 52-58 


J 13 ot North Corolino 


L 88-97 


316 Oklohomo Stole W 5049 


F21 01 Woke Forest 


I 71-75 


F22 ot North Corolino 


L 59-66 


J 18 Novy 


W 63-62 


J18 OtNC State 


I 65-66 


317 01 Memphis Stole I 53-55 


F25 01 Georgetown |2 0T| 


W 57-49 


F26 Georgetown 


W 5646 


J21 NC Stole 


W 75-57 


J20 OtWokeForesI 


W 9182 


320 WokeForesI I 59-68 


M3 Virginia (OT) ' 


I 67-68 


M 1 South Corolino 


W 9959 


F2 ot North Corolino 


I 56<i3 


F 1 at Geo, Woshington 


W 8076 


328 Dovidson' W 66*5 


/ -A/Mmenco Cily ToiimamenI a 


Owen^boro.Ky 


M6 Virginio' 


W 7066 


F4 otWokeForesI 


L 69-78 


F5 at West Virginio 


I 67-91 


329 Army' W 57-54 


2ACC Tournament of Raleigh, 


NC IReynolds 


M7 OukelOTI- 


W 71-65 


FIO alClemson 


t 59-76 


F8 Duke 


I 72-104 -17 NC Stole W 6055 


Colneuml 




M8 North Corolino - 


W 86-74 


Fll ol South Corolino 


I 61-64 


F14 WokeForesI 


I 77-79 Jll ol West Virginio (OT) W 82-81 






Mil Boston College ' 


W 86-63 


F13 01 NC Stole 


I 66-83 


F18 North Corolino 


W 74-64 JM Duke(OT) I 6972 


1955-56 




M14 Temple' 
M15 Monhotton' 


L 67-71 
W 5955 


FI6 Duke 

F18 al Geo, Woshington 


W 76-71 
I 44-63 


F20 ot Virginio . 
F22 OtDuke 


I 73.79 J 16 Clemson W 6848 
t 63-84 J28 West Virginio L 5S«I 


14-10(9-5H;5-4R,0-1N| 




1 -Sugar Bowl Toumoment at New Oriecns, to 


F22 Virginio 


W 77^52 


F25 Georgetown 


I 78-81 J30 01 South Corolino I 53-80 


7-7ACC|5lh| 




2-ACC Toumoment ot Raleigh, NC (Reynolds 


F25 Clemson (OT) 


W 82-80 


F28 ot Clemson 


I 68-83 


4 01 North Corolino L 77-85 


D2 Virginia 


W 67-55 


Coliseum) 




M2 clemson' 


W 91-75 


F29 01 South Carolina 


L 64-74 


9 Geo Woshington W 78-52 


08 William & Mory 


W 52-51 


3-NCAA Tournament at New York City, NY 


M3 Woke Forest' 


I 76-98 


M5 Clemson ' 


I 67-81 


11 ot Georgetown I 49-80 


010 Wake Forest 


W 61-51 


{Madison Square Garden} 




1 -Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N C (Reynolds Coli- 


l-VPI Tournament olBlocksburg, Va. 


13 Virginio W 87-76 


015 Kentucky 


t 61-62 


4-NCAA Toumoment at Charlotte, NC (Char- 


seum) 




2-Evansvtlle Holiday Tournament otEvonsville, 


16 oiNovy I 65-66 


017 Noith Corolino 


I 62-68 


lotte Coliseum) 




2-ACC Tournament al Raleigh, 


N C (Reynolds 


Ind 




18 olOuke L 58-81 


029 Michigan Stole' 


I 75-95 






Coliseum) 




3-ACC Tournament al Raleigh 


NC (Reynolds 


22 North Corolino I 78-79 


030 St Fronds' 
J4 South Corolino 
J5 Geo, Washington 
J7 ot Clemson 


W 75-66 
W 7i:^57 
W 6248 
W 71-63 


1958-59 

10-13 |7-3H;3-9R;0-1N 
7-7ACCtT3rd) 




1961-62 

8-17(4^H;4-10R;OlN) 




Coliseum) 

l96<l-65 




25 ol Clemson I 61-65 
U4 ol Woke Fcresi L 64-78 
W9 Soulh Corolino ' L 54-57 
'■Memphis Slate Classic ot Memphis, Tenn. 


J9 at South Corolino 


W 59-53 


03 NC State 


I 53-55 


3-1 1 ACC |7th) 




18-8(93H.e4R.l-lN) 




2-Charlalte Invitational al ChorioHe. NC 


J 12 NC Stole 


I 64-73 


D6 at Nonhvreslem 


I 62-66 


02 at Penn Stole 


I 65-71 


I04ACC(T2nd| 




3-ACC Toumoment 01 Greensboro. N C 


J 14 otOuke 


I 62-76 


DIG Virginio 


W 63-56 


06 Georgetown (2 OT) 


I 78-79 


02 Penn Slate 


W 72-71 


Greensboro Coliseum) 


J 16 ot North Corolino 


I 55-64 


DI5 at Kentucky lOT) 


I 56-58 


012 NC Stole (OT) 


I 68-73 


03 Geo Washington 


W 82-80 


Frank Fellows 




J2I at Georgetown lOTl 
F4 Novy 


W 62-57 
W 80-61 


DI7 Navy 
020 Woke Forest 


I 5053 
W 68-65 


015 Minnesoto 

016 WokeForesI 


W 75-69 
W 79-62 


05 at Virginio 
D8 NC Stole 


I 59-61 
L 62-63 




^t^ 


P Seasons 


F7 Duke 


I 70-82 


029 Mississippi Slate 


t 45-56 


018 at Virginio 


W 91-70 


012 West Virginio (OT) 


I 73-80 


(\ 


1 967-68 TO 




Fll OtGeo Woshington 


W 6746 


030 loyolo 


W 54-50 


029 Mississippi Stole 


I 62-64 


018 WokeForesI 


W 82-64 


•1^ 




Ft4 Clemson 


W 81-69 


)7 Duke 


W 64-31 


030 louisville' 


I 64-83 


D19 Konsos(OT) 


I 61-63 


1 968-69 




FI8 OtNC Stole 


W 71-62 


J9 ot South Corolino 


W 5941 


J3 at Geo, Woshington 


W 67-56 


028 Tulsa ' 


W 66-59 


^^M 


Per ■ 1 R-'ia 




F20 01 Woke Forest 


I 6*76 


J 10 ot Clemson 


I 46-55 


J6 South Corolino 


L 77-86 


029 olMiomi(Fla,) 


I 73-80 


^^M CoNF.: B-SS 




F23 otVirgmio 


I 60-73 


J 14 Georgetown 


W 61-53 


J 10 ot Georgetown 


W 83-70 


J4 North Corolino 


W 7^68 




F25 Georgetown 
M 1 Duke ■ 


W 72-61 


J 17 OtDuke 


I 69-78 


J 13 OtDuke 


I 68-84 


J8 01 Clemson (2 OT) 


W 67-65 


^^Hf^^^l 




I 69-94 


F4 at North Corolino 


I 57-64 


J 16 Geo Woshington 


W 81-67 


J9 ol South Carolina 


W 75-70 




1 MiiWinler fesfival al College Paik, Md 


F7 at Woke Forest 


L 53-56 


J20 OtNC Stole 


I 61-68 


J 13 Novy 


W 77-58 


1967-68 


2ACC Tournamenf a! Saleigh, 


HC (Reynolds 


FIO Geo Washington (OT) 


L 65-66 


J22 at Miomi (Flo) 


W 71-68 


J 14 ol Woke Forest (OT) 


W 93-85 


3-1617-3H, 1-12R,01N) 
»-10ACC(6lh) 

32 at Penn Slate I 71-76 


C.olieumI 




F14 OtNC State 


t 37-53 


F3 at Navy 


I 58-67 


J16 OtNC Stole 


L 67-73 






F16 Clemson 


W 77-58 


F6 North Carolina 


W 79-62 


J30 at North Corolino 


W 91-80 


1956-57 




F18 ot Virginio 


I 50-62 


F9 at South Corolino 


I 68-85 


Fl OtDuke 


I 64-82 


34 ot Geo, Washington W 84-53 


16-10 (e-2H;7-7R,l. IN) 




F21 North Carolina 
F25 ot Georgetown 


W 69-51 
W 67-56 


FIO ot Clemson 
F13 Duke 


I 61-73 
I 53-79 


FIO Ol West Virginio 
F13 ol Georgetown 


W 86-78 
W 85-67 


36 NC Stole I 62-75 
39 South Carolina W 6665 


9-5 ACC (2nd| 




F27 South Corolino 


W 7545 


F17 OtWokeForesI 


I 7M1 


F17 Virginio 


W 5247 


314 OtWokeForesI I 6073 


01 of Virginio 


W 67-63 


M5 Virginio' 


I 65-66 


F19 ot North Corolino 


L 67-70 


F20 oiNovy 


W 7057 


321 otTexos-EIPoso' L 53-70 


06 Fordham 


L 62-68 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at Ne 


w Orleans, La 


F21 Virginia 


L 68-72 


F23 Duke 


W 85-82 


322 S, Illinois (OT)' I 72-73 

3 at South Cnrrslino 1 59-68 


010 Woke Forest 


W 59-53 


2ACC Toumoment at Raleigh, NC (Reynolds 


F24 Clemson 


L 68-75 


F26 Clemson 


W 88-71 J 


015 ot Kentucky 


L 55-76 


Coliseum) 




Ml Duke' 


I 58-71 


F27 South Corolino 


W 73-59 |x „, Mr ■;,„„' ' 1 '.oj.lt 1 


017 ot North Carolina 

030 Montono Stole' 

031 New Mexico A&M 


I 61-70 
W 89-72 
I 4345 


I 959-60 




1 Sugar Bawl Tournament at New Orleans, la. 
2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, NC (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


M4 Clemson' W 61-50 ]|o WesI Virginia W 79-75 
M5 NC State' t 67-76 jij Cuke I 52-84 
1 -Hurricane Classic at Miami, f la (Miami nj m clemson 12 OTl 1 93.94 


J I ot Virginio 


W 43-39 


15-8 (8-2H; 7,5 R; 0-1 N| 








Beach Convention Center) 


J17 Novy W 76-72 


J 4 at Clemson 

J5 ot South Corolino 


W 5952 
I 6068 


9-5ACC(3id) 

03 at Geo, Woshington 


W 64-57 


1 962-63 




2-ACC Toumoment at Raleigh 
Coliseum] 


NC (Reynolds J30 at Miomi (Flo.) I 73-93 
F3 Norlh Corolino 1 67-73 


J 10 Duke 


W 62-51 


09 Virginia 


W 7062 


8-13(5-6H,3-6R;01N| 








6 olOuke L 64-85 


J 12 OtGeo Woshington 
)14 South Corolino 


W 6848 
W 66-59 


014 Georgetown 
018 Woke Forest 


W 5948 
t 47-54 


4-10 ACC |T6lti] 
01 Penn Slate 


I 61-62 


1965-66 




10 ot West Virginio I 66-83 
13 Virginio W 8576 
17 WokeForesI W 87-74 


J 16 Georgetown 


W 82-69 


028 Indiono 


I 63-72 


D4 01 Georgetown 


I 7079 


14-11 I7-3H. 7-7R,01N) 




J 19 NC Stole 


W 79-66 


029 Fordhom' 


W 76-54 


09 ol Ouke 


I 56-92 


7-7 ACC 15th) 


F2I ol North Corolino L 8083 


J31 at Duke 


L 60-72 


J4 Vole 


W 103-80 


on NC Stole |0T) 


I 74-76 


01 ol Penn Stole 


I 61-65 f24 Clemson W 81-68 


F2 Geo Washington 


W 84-67 


J8 South Corolino 


W 85-52 


015 OtVirgmio 


W 67-61 


04 Woke Forest 


W 87-66 


28 ot Virginia I 68-70 
M Georoelown W 68-60 


F5 No, Corolino (2 0T| 


I 61-65 


J 1 3 at Georgetown 


L 51-66 


019 WokeForesI 


t 74-85 


07 NC Stole 


W 5948 


F12 Virginio 


W 85-64 


J 16 otOuke 


W 56-48 


J5 South Corolino 


W 68-63 


DIO olKonsos 


I 62-71 M7 NC S^ole ' t 54-63 1 


F16 OtNC Stole 


W 5649 


J18 NC Stole 


W 63-53 


J7 Geo Woshington 


W 74-72 


Oil ot Konsos Stole 


W 63-57 


■Sun Carnival Tournament ot SI Paso. Texas 


F18 ot Woke Forest 


I 58-62 


J20 at Novy 


W 51-50 


JI2 Navy 


W 67-61 


015 Georgetown 


W 77-59 


?ACC Tournament al Cior/ofle, NC IChar- 


F23 oINovy 


I 55-56 


F3 North Corolino 


L 66-75 


J 1 4 North Corolino 


L 56-78 


021 ot West Virginio 


I 74-76 htleColiseuml I I 


F25 Clemson 


W 74-65 


F6 ot Woke Forest 


I 64-65 


J 19 OtNC Stole 


I 59-79 


029 Houston' 


W 69-68 




F27 at Georgetown 


W 62-59 


FIO ot Virginio 


W 4443 


Fl OtGeo Woshington 


W 68^7 


030 Doylon 


W 77-75 




M7 Virginia ■ 


W 71-68 


F13 OtNC Stole 


I 46-48 


F4 Georgetown 


W 73-72 


J3 ot North Corolino 


I 52-67 




M8 South Corolino- 


I 64-74 


F15 Clemson 


W 7055 


F7 ot Norlh Carolina 


I 68-82 


J5 Virginia 


L 62-65 




/ AHAwefica Oy Totjmament or Owensboto. Ky 


F18 Duke 


W 71-61 


F9 ot Clemson 


t 6062 


J 13 OtDuke 


L 61-76 




2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh 


NCIReynoldi 


F20 Geo, Woshington (OT) 


W 86-84 


Fll ot South Corolino 


W 5144 


J15 ot NC Stole (OT) 


I 58-60 




Coliieum) 


















1 




132 



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1 968-69 






8-ie|i^H;4-llR;0-lNl 






2-12ACC|T7lli) 






N30 Penn Stale 


W 


6656 


04 01 WesI VitginiQ 




65-86 


D7 at South Carolino 




67-79 


DU Princeton 




63-72 


D14 at Woke Forest 




87-95 


D17 Geo Woshington 


W 


99-96 


D20 otMorshoir 


W 


89-80 


D21 Miomilflor 




85-92 


D27 at Dovidaon- 




69-83 


D28 Wich;io Stole- 


W 


95-83 


J 3 01 Woke forest 




71-93 


J4 01 NC State 




69-85 


J 8 South Corolino 




67-69 


jn 01 Duke 




85-96 


J 1 3 Clemson 


W 


83-78 


J 16 Virginia 




77-78 


FI at North Carolino 




87-107 


f5 NC Stole 




81-86 


F8 Wesi Virginia 


W 


91-84 


FIO Duke 




83-93 


F12 olNovy 




68-72 


F15 olVirginio 




78-84 


F19 NonhCorolino 




8688 


F22 01 Clemson 


W 


84-83 


M 1 ot Georgetown 


W 


83-78 


M6 South Coroiino - 


L 


71-92 



}-Marshail Invitational at Huntingtown, W. Va. 
2-Chorlotte Invitational at Charlotte. NC. 
3-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC. (Char- 



Charles 'Lefty* Dribell 




I 7 Seasons 

I 969-70 TO 

1985-86 

Rec: 348-159 

CoNF.: I 22- 1 DO 



1969-70 

13-13 I104H; 3-88; O-INI 
5-9 ACC |6lhl 

Dl Butfolo W 97-77 

D3 at Geo. Washington W 92-71 

DIO otPnnceton L 67-75 

DI3 WokeForesI I 87-104 

D15 South Coroiino I 68-101 

D19 Army' I 54-69 

D20 Fordhom' W 94-71 

029 Delowore W 94-58 

J2 01 NC Stole L 57-91 

J3 01 Woke Forest W 9688 

J7 WestVirginio W 83-76 

J 1 01 South Carolino L 44-55 

J 12 01 Clemson W 75-68 

J 14 Novy W 73-57 

J24 Moine W 97-68 

J28 Duke W 52-50 

J31 North Carolina I 69-77 

F4 ot NC Stole L 54-64 

F7 Georgetown W 81-71 

fll OlVirginio I 69-71 

F18 ot North Coroiino L 83-90 

F21 at Duke I 7687 

F23 Clemson W 103-85 

F25 ot West Virginio L 78-83 

F28 Virginio W 79-71 

M5 NC Stole' I 57-67 
IMaryhnd Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC. (Char- 
htte Coliseum} 



1 970-7 1 






14-12|lUH;3.7R;aiNl 






5-9ACC|T6th| 






D 1 Delowore 


W 


8673 


D5 BuKolo 


W 


109-70 


D8 lehigh 


w 


85-66 


D12 WokeForesI 


w 


72-71 


D16 ot South Coroiino 


L 


70-96 


D19 ol Georgetown 


I 


79-92 


D22 Tompo 


w 


80-72 


D29 Miami (Flo.) 


w 


111-77 


J2 Richmond 


w 


99-67 


J6 NC Slate 


L 


81-83 


J9 South Coroiino 


w 


31-30 


J 11 Clemson 


w 


5652 


J23 Geo Woshington 


w 


69-67 


J27 ol Loyola |Md I 


w 


88-69 



J30 ot North Coroiino L 7ai05 

F3 at NC Stole L 61-71 

F6 at Duke W 88-79 

FIO OlVirginio I 63-78 

F13 Duke I 67-70 

F17 North Coroiino L 76100 

F20 olSetonHoll W 5655 

F23 ot Clemson I 45-51 

F27 WestVirginio I 81-83 

M2 ot Woke Forest I 6672 

M6 Virginia W 89-84 

Mil South Coroiino ' L 63-71 
l-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro, N C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 

1971-72 

27-5|14^H;7-4R;61N) 

8-4 ACC lT2nd) 

NTT CHAMPIONS 

Dl Brown W 10a83 

04 at Geo. Washington W 118-96 

08 at Virginia L 57-78 
013 Georgetown W 79-46 
017 Conisius W 8677 
020 ot loyoio IMd.l W 73-60 
022 ot Holy Cross W 102-79 

029 Western Kentucky' W 103-67 

030 St John's' W 9069 
J5 NC Stole W 83-70 
J8 ol Clemson I 61-63 
J 10 ot Woke Forest W 49-46 
J22 oINovy W 85-60 
J25 Butfolo W 82-58 
J29 ol North Carolino L 72-92 
J31 oiNC Stole W 6665 
-5 Duke W 77-58 
F; Duquesne W 85-71 
fl2 ol long island Univ W 78-60 
F16 North Coroiino (0T| W 79-77 
F19 Clemson W 67-57 
F22 Richmond W 76-61 
F26 olOuke I 59-68 
Ml Woke Forest lOT) W 64-56 
M4 Virginio W 45-42 
M9 Clemson' W 54-52 
MIO Virginia' W 62-57 
Mil North Carolino ' I 64-73 
Mt8 St. Joseph's' W 67-55 
M20Syrocuse' W 71-65 
M23 Jocbonville ' W 91-77 
M25 Niogoro ' W 100-69 
I'Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md. 

2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
IGreensboro Coliseum} 
3-Nolional Invitation Tournament ot New York 
City. N. Y. {Madison Square Garden} 

1972-73 

23-7|12-lH;84R;3-2Nl 

7-5 ACC |3rdl 

N29 Brown W 127-82 

02 at Richmond W 82-50 

09 Comsius W 107-80 
D12 ol Georgetown W 99-73 
022 Geo. Woshington W 88-79 

029 Georgia Tech' W 9a55 

030 Syracuse' W 9a76 
J2 Kent Stole W 7658 
J6 ol Clemson W 79-75 
J9 Virginio W 93-74 
J 14 NC Stole L 85-87 
J20 oINovy W 7667 
J22 WokeForesI W 105-76 
J23 long Islond Univ. W 100-73 
J27 North Coroiino W 94-88 
J31 at NC Stole L 78-89 
F3 olDuke L 81-85 
F8 olFordhom W 83-72 
Fll Buffolo W 93-64 
F14 ot North Carolino L 85-95 
F17 Clemson W 69-66 
F21 01 Duquesne W 81-71 
F24 Duke W 96-68 
F28 ot Woke Forest I 6062 
M3 OlVirginio W 92-81 
M8 Clemson' W 77-61 
M9 WokeForesI' W 73-65 
MIO NC Stole' I 74-76 
M15 Syracuse' W 91-75 
M17 Providence' L 89-103 
l-Morylond Invitationol Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

2-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro, N C. 
[Greensboro Coliseum} 
3-NCAA Tournament at Charlotte, NC. {Char- 
lotte Coliseum} 



1973-71 

23-5(12-lH;9-3R;2-lN| 
9-3 ACC |T2nd| 

Dl olUCLA L 64-65 

05 Eastern Kentucky W 10657 

Dll Georgetown W 115-83 

021 olSonFroncisco' W 78-60 

D22 Santo Clara' W 53-32 

D29 Holy Cross' W 102-75 

030 Boston College' W 58-37 

J2 ol Richmond W 9660 

J5 Clemson W 89-60 

Jll ol Woke Forest W 72-59 

J13 oINC Stole I 74-80 

J 17 Fordhom W 112-73 

J 19 olNovy W 72-50 

J22 Conisius W 8673 

J26 ot North Coroiino I 73-82 

J30 NC State L 80-86 

F2 Duke W 104-83 

F6 OlVirginio W 88-81 

F9 at Geo Washington W 92-71 

F13 North Coroiino W 91-80 

F16 otClemson W 5654 

F20 Duquesne W 98-72 

F23 at Duke W 64-61 

F27 WokeForesI W 77-68 

M2 Virginio W 110-75 

M7 Ouke W 85-66 

M8 North Carolina ' W 105-85 

M9 NC Stole |0T|' 1100103 
] -Cable Cor Classic at San Francisco, Calif 
2-Marylond Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

3-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 

1971-75 

24-5I12-2H; iaiR;2-2N| 

10-2 ACC list) 

ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 

N18 Richmond W 10681 

D4 ol Woke Forest W 99-78 

07 Long Islond Univ. W 99-84 

DIO at Georgetown W 104-71 

012 DePouw W 113-49 

D21 ot Geo, Woshington W 81-67 

D27 GeorgioTech W 105-67 

028 UCLA' L 75-81 

J2 Appalachian Stole W 9650 

J4 Noire Dome W 90-82 

J8 Duke W 83-77 

Jll WokeForesI W 89-73 

J 16 NC Stole W 103-85 

J 18 OlNovy W 87-73 

J22 OtClemson L 82-83 

J25 North Carolino L 66-69 

Fl oiNC Stole W 98-97 

F4 Virginio W 8679 

F6 ol Fordhom W 65-46 

F8 at Duke W 104-80 

FI5 ol North Carolino W 9674 

F19 OlVirginio W 7051 

F23 ol Duquesne W 103-82 

F26 Clemson W 7064 

Ml East Tennessee W 104-87 

M6 NC Stole' L 85-87 

M18 Creighlon' W 83-79 

M20 Notre Dome ' W 83-71 

M22 Louisville ' L 82-96 
l-Morylond Invitationol Tournament at Co^ 
lege Park, Md. 

2ACC Tournament at Greensboro, NC. 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
3-NCAA Tournament at Lubbock, Texas (Me- 
morial Coliseum} 

4-NCAA Tournament at Las Cruces, N M. (Me 
mortal Arena} 



I-1N1 



1975-76 

22-6|13-2H;e-3R; 
7-5 ACC (T2nd) 

N29 Eosi Carolino 
03 DePouw 
D6 ol Richmond 
08 Boslon University 
DIO GeorgioTech 
020 Fordhom 
022 UNC Charlotte 
D29 SelonHoil' 
030 Princeton' 
J3 Long Island Univ 
J7 at Geo Woshington 
J 10 ot Woke Forest 



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 6659 
W 111-88 
W 82-72 
L 93-96 



J 14 otNC Stole W 87-69 

J17 OlNovy W 87-69 

J21 Clemson L 77-82 

J25 at North Carolina |0T| L 93-95 

J28 NC Stole W 102-84 

J31 01 Notre Dome W 69-63 

F4 OlVirginio W 69-66 

F7 Duke W 102-91 

Fll North Corolma L 69-81 

F14 OtClemson W 98-89 

FI8 ot Georgetown W 72-63 

F21 01 Ouke L 67-69 

F25 WokeForesI W 105-91 

F28 Virginio W 81-73 

M4 Ouke |0T| ' W 8078 

M5 Virginio' I 65-73 
l-Mar/land Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

2-ACC Tournament ot Landover, Md (Capi- 
tal Centre} 

1975-77 

19-e(15-4H;3-3R; I-IN] 
7-5 ACC (4th) 

N27 Notre Dame (OTl L 79-80 

N30 Boll Stole W 86-70 

02 Long Islond Univ W 49-45 

04 Princeton W 58-45 

08 East Coroiino W 8069 

012 DePoul W 92-74 

018 Appolochion Stole W 7674 

022 Buckneli W 10672 

028 Xovier' W 84-74 

D29 Syracuse' W 9685 

J4 Richmond W 9087 

J8 Woke Forest |0T| L 85-86 

J9 NC Stole W 87-80 

J 15 Navy' W 62-54 

J 19 OtClemson L 71-93 

J22 North Carolina L 68-71 

J27 oINC State W 75-73 

J29 Geo- Washington L 76-86 

F2 Virginia W 82-67 

F5 at Duke (OT) W 65-64 

F9 ol North Carolina L 70-97 

fl2 Clemson W 84-78 

F15 Pittsburgh W 88-75 

F19 Duke W 85-72 

F22 ol Woke Forest W 81-80 

F26 OlVirginio L 68-77 

M3 NC State ' L 72-82 
l-Moryland Invitational Tournament ot Col- 
lege Pork, Md. 

2-Capitol Centre, Landover, Md 
3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 

1977-78 

15-13 (104H; 1-8R;4-1N) 
3-9 ACC |6th| 

N25 Buckneli W 95-62 

N27 American ' W 78-65 

N28 Georgetown W 91-87 

Dl Penn Stole' W 89-80 

07 East Coroiino W13O106 

010 ol Geo. Woshington L 90-101 

017 Long Island Univ W 94-64 

021 Army W 99-77 

028 Western Kentucky' W 91-78 

029 GeorgioTech' W 65-63 
J4 Duke L 78-88 
J7 ol Woke Forest L 75-84 
Jll olNC Stole L 82-88 
J 14 Air Force W 74-73 
J 16 Clemson W 90-75 
J2I ol North Carolina L 71-85 
J25 NC Stole L 73-80 
J29 ot Notre Dome L 54-69 
Fl OlVirginio L 64-66 
F4 Nevodo-Los Vegos W 81-68 
F8 North Carolino W 64-66 
Fll OtClemson W 80-75 
F16 01 Pittsburgh (OT) L 8689 
F18 01 Ouke L 7081 
F22 WokeForesI W 91-89 
F2i Virginia L 7079 
Ml NC Slate (3 OT) - W109-108 
M2 Duke' L 69-81 
l-Tip-OffToumomenlot Landover, Md. (Capi- 
tal Centre} 

2-HersheyPdrkHeishey, Pa. {Hershey Park Arena} 
3-Marylond Invitationol Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 



1978-79 

19-n (12-4H;.t4R;3-3N) 

66 ACC (4tti] 

N24 Buckneli W 107-97 

N28 Georgetown ' L 65-68 

02 ot Air Force W 81-68 
04 at Nevodo Los-Vegos L 88-94 

07 Penn Stole ' W 69-61 

09 Biscoyne W 8660 
D16 EostCoroiino W 82-71 
020 NCSlole W124-110 
023 Conisius W129-103 

029 St Josephs (OT)' W 62-56 

030 Southern Caiilornio' W 83-79 
J3 Geo Washington W 84-72 
J6 WokeForesI L 6066 
JIO ol NC Stole (2 OT) W 82-81 
J 13 Louisville L 84-99 
J 17 OtClemson W 77-63 
J20 North Coroiino L 53-54 
J23 Navy W 82-62 
J27 Notre Dome W 67-66 
J31 Virginio L 63-69 
F3 at Ouke L 78-87 
F7 at North Corolmo I 67-76 
FIO Clemson W 77-69 
FI7 Ouke W 7068 
F19 01 Woke Forest W 54-53 
F21 OlVirginio L 72-75 
Ml Clemson' W 75-67 
M2 NonhCorolino' L 79-102 
M7 Rhode Islond (3 OT] ' W 67-65 
M 12 Ohio Stole-' L 72-79 
'- Landover, Md. (Capital Centre} 
2-Hershey Park, Hershey. Pa. (Hershey Park 
Arena} 

3-Moryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md. 

4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
5-Nolional Invitation Tournament at College 
Pork. Md 

1979-80 

24-7, 160H;44R;4-3N) 

11-3 ACC (1ST) 

ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 

N30 Md -Eastern Shore W 82-58 

03 Penn Stole W 5655 

04 Georgetown' L 71-83 

08 Brown W 72-59 

010 Colholic W 113-79 
019 GeorgioTech W 70-60 
022 Buckneli W 95-73 

028 Miami (Ohio)' W 115-76 

029 Temple' W 85-63 
J3 at Georgia Tech W 83-74 
J5 at Woke Forest W 84-76 
JIO ol NCSlole L 62-67 
J 12 Pittsburgh W 95-88 
J 16 Clemson W 84-83 
J20 at North Carolina W 92-86 
J23 NCSlole W 6662 
J26 at Notre Dome L 63-64 
J30 OlVirginio W 63-61 
F2 Ouke W 101-82 
F7 North Carolina W 7069 
F9 OtClemson L 81-90 
Fll Boston University W 99-76 
F13 EostCoroiino W 85-72 
F16 olDuke L 61-66 
F20 WokeForesI W 83-77 
F23 Virginia W 82-71 
F28 Georgto Tech (OT) ' W 51-49 
F29 Clemson' W 91-85 
Ml Duke' L 72-73 
M8 Tennessee' W 8675 
M 14 Georgetown" L 68-74 
l-Hershey Park, Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park 
Arena} 

2-Washinglon DC. (Municipal Armory} 
3-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 
lege Park, Md 

4-ACC Taurnament at Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
5-NCAA Tournament ot Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
6-NCAA Tournament at Philadelphia, Po T' " 
Spectrum} 



133 




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J 15 Duke W 67-56 J27 Villono.a 
J 19 at Clemson W 80^51 J30 Virginia 
J22 Nolle Dome W 68-67 F2 Georgio Tech 


w 
t 


71-58 
60-72 


j2S ot James MoOisor; 
f 1 at Georgio Tech 
f 2 at Woke forest 


I 

I 


72-7C 
58-69 








J cl 


Gary Williams 




.H.6 5R;3-2N| 


Li*- \ ' ' 


1 Seasons 


-. ALL |4ttl) 
.i Novy 


W 


86^54 


J26 Holy Cross W 55-53 
J29 NC Stole t 56-81 


4 Old Dominion 
6 at Woke ForesI 


w 
w 


8775 
64-62 


f4 Clemson 
F7 at Duke 


I 


79-80 
67-76 


W, 1 989-90 TO 




^ Ameficon 


W 


95-65 


J31 Novy W 98-73 


9 ol Duke 


I 


62-70 


flO GeorgioTech 


L 


74-78 


&■ - ^ 


Present 




5 Wognei 


W 


96^73 


F2 OldDomirtion W 87-A7 


13 North Corolino 


I 


54-«0 


FU North Corolino 


L 


8693 


B>.' 'JM Rec: 


217-128 




otSyrocuie 


w 


83-73 


f5 GeorgioTech W 77-68 


17 at Clemson 


I 


64-71 


fl6 CeWrol florido 


W 


73-55 


^^-^ r„- 






ijlO Foirleigh Dickifiion 


w 


109-83 


F9 01 Woke forest t 66-79 


19 at Georgio Tech 


I 


43-48 


fl8 UMBC 


W 


78-^4 


^ . ^M LONP.. oa-oj 




DI3 al Louisville 


L 


67-78 


Fl/S Nnrlh Cnrnlinn W 1 0/^-94 


21 Towson Stole 


w 


91-38 


F22 Woke ForesI 


L 


68-75 








D20 NC Slale 

D23 at Georgia Tech 


W 
W 


82-75 
66-55 


1 lU IIUIIII V_UrUIIIIU '1 'wV^T** 

fl9 Clemson W 92-88 
F21 01 Duke W 101-90 


24 Woke forest 
27 NC Stole 


w 
w 


69-66 
71-70 


F25 NC Stole 

F27 Md -Eastern Shore 


L 
W 


72-85 
117-51 


1 989-90 




D29 Marsholl- 


W 


114-89 


F23 at Georgia Tech I 60-70 


;13 ol Virginia 


w 


60-55 


M 1 ot Virginia 


L 


77-82 


19-14(124H,3-7R.4-3N| 




D30 Si losephV 


W 


74-57 


F26 Wake Forest W 83-75 


\48 Duke' 


L 


73-86 


M6 North Corolino ' 


L 


63-82 


M ACC |T5lh| 




J3 William i Mary 


w 


69-64 


M3 olNCSiole W 67-58 


VI 15 Miami lOhiol (0T| ' 


w 


69-68 


lACC Tournament at Landover, Md. (Copr- 


N25 Delowore Stole 


W 8753 


17 at North Carolina 


L 


66-75 


M7 otVirginio L 81-83 


V117 Navy' 


w 


64-59 


tal Centre! 






N27 AuguslQ College 


W 105-74 


J 10 Duke 


W 


94-79 


Mil Georgia Tech lOTl • L 58^54 


VI 2 2 Villonovo ■ 


L 


43-46 








3) Soulh Corolino ' 


I 51-52 


J 14 Virginio 


t 


64-66 


M17 Tenn. Chollanaoga' W 52-51 


-Great Alaskan Shootout, Anchorage 


Alaska 


1987-88 






D2 Army ' 


W 78-60 


J 17 01 Clemson |0T| 


w 


68-62 


M22 Houston - L 5O«0 


Sullivan Arena} 












D4 ConnecHcul ' 


t 65-87 


J20 Md -Eastern Share 


w 


81-65 


]-Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena) 


?-Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Howon (Neil 5 


18-13 |84H;6-7R;4-2N) 






D9 Jocksonville 


W 68-53 


J24 Notre Dame 


L 


70-73 


7-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Co- (Omni) 


9/aisc/e» Center/ 






6-8 ACC |5th| 






312 CoppinSiole 


I 63-70 


J27 ot Pittsburgh |0T| 


W 


69-66 


3-NCAA Tournament ot Houston, Texas (The 


3-ACC Tournament ot Atlanta. Go (Omni) 


N27 Loyola |Md ) 


W 


74-60 


D22 George Moson ' 


W 104-86 


J31 Georgia Tech 


W 


72-64 


Summit) 


i-NCAA Tournament at Doytor 


Oh 


o (Day 


N28 Mississippi 


w 


77-69 


D23 E Tennessee Si. ' 


W 91-86 


F4 ot Woke Forest 


L 


6a67 




on Arena) 






D3 Winlhrop 


w 


65-52 


D24 Col Stole Socromenlo 


W 98-68 


F7 at Duke 


L 


54-55 


. ^««._ rm Mm 5-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham, Ala (Bir 


D5 ol WesI Virginio 


L 


49-75 


D30 Alcorn Stole 


W 11091 


F 1 2 Clemson 


W 


72-70 


1 983-81 


vinghom Coliseum) 






D8 at Ml. St Morys 


W 


82-54 


J4 Woke Forest 


W 88-82 


FI5 North Corolino 


L 


63-76 


24-8|13-2H;64R;5-2N) 








DIO EosI Corolino 


W 


75-59 


16 ol Clemson 


I 77-82 


F2I Woke Forest 


W 


94-80 


9-5 ACC |2nd) 


1985-86 






D12 ot Louisiono Stole 


L 


54-55 


J 10 North Corolino 


W 98-88 


F25 otNC Stale 


W 


76-72 


ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 








D28 South Corolino 


w 


82-77 


J 13 01 Duke 


I 8091 


F28 01 Virginia 


L 


63-74 


N26 Johns Hopkins W 87-65 


9-14|10-5H,6-7R;3-2N| 






D30 Arkonsos 


w 


88-61 


117 ol Virginio 


W 74-72 


M5 Duke ' 


W 


5653 


Dl Ohio Stole L 68-72 M ACC |6tti| 






J2 Wake ForesI 


w 


93-76 


J20 at Boston University 


L 61-65 


M6 Virginio ' 

M7 North Corolino ■ 


W 


85-62 


D3 Canisius W 7755 


^I23 Northeastern 


W 


84-72 


J6 ot Missouri 


I 


85-93 


J23 South Florida 


W 84-66 


I 


60-61 


D6 Penn Stole- W 67-58 


"^26 ol George Mason 


W 


81-80 


J9 Clemson 


w 


68-53 


J27 OlNCSiole 


L 61-81 


MI2 Tenn Chottonoogo ' 
MI4 Indiana 


W 
L 


81-69 
64-99 


DIO ol Duquesne W 78-67 
D14 Md -Eoslern Shore W 104-69 


^130 ol Ohio Slale 

)3 Foirleigh Dickinson 


I 
W 


66-78 
74-51 


J14 North Corolino 
J 16 otDuke 


L 

w 


65-71 
72-69 


129 Virginia Tech 
F3 GeotgioTech 


W 89-80 
L 84-90 


! Comer Chaic ot Syracuse 


NY 




D24 Boston College W 89-76 


)5 Williom 4 Mary 
37 UNLV 

312 at West Virginia 

313 Towson Stole 
321 Aloboma 


W 


77-48 
61-64 
42-41 
91-58 
60-58 


J20 ot Virginio 
J27 NC Stale 
F2 ot Notre Dame 
f6 ot Old Dominion 
F8 Georgia Tech 
Flo 01 Clemson 
F13 Duke 


I 


72-84 
81-83 
78-75 
70^55 
83-96 


F7 Clemson 


L 73-75 


2-Morylond Invitalionot Tourrtomenl at Col- 
lege Pork, Md 
3ACC Toijrr}amer}t al iondover, Md. (Capi- 


D29 Rondolph Macon' W 58-52 
D30 Lo Salle' W 96-83 
J4 oINC State W 59-55 


L 

W 
W 
W 


L 

W 
W 

{ 


FlO DukelOTI 

F13 ot Georgia Tech 

F17 at North Corolino 


L 111-114 
L 78-80 
W 8076 


tol Centre] 

4-NCAA Tournamertt at Doyt 


jn. Ok {Dayton 


J7 William 4 Mary W 58-44 
J 12 North Carolina I 62-74 


^^ 1 r-tiuuuiiiu 

328 Slonlord ' 

329 ol Hawaii Pacific 


W 

w 


67-55 
92-85 


w 

L 


7066 
83-90 


F19 ol Southern Colilomio 
F22 Md -Baltimore County 


W 64-62 
W 113-61 


Arena) 






J14 alDuke W 81-75 
J17 Clemson W 85-72 


4 Duke 

7 Rondolph Macon 


L 
W 


75-81 
74-50 


F17 ol Georgio Tech 
F20 ol North Corolino 


L 
L 


82-104 
73-74 


f24 ot Woke ForesI 
f28 NC Stole 


L 74-84 
W 96-95 


1981-82 

16-I3n3-3H,2-8R;1-2N| 
S9 ACC (5th| 
N27 St Peter's 


W 


49-42 


J21 at Old Dominion W 69-58 
J28 at Noire Dome L 47-52 
J31 at Virginio W 67-66 
F4 at Georgio Tech 12 OTj L 7071 
F8 at Woke ForesI L 87-90 


11 ol Georgio Tech 
14 North Corolino 
19 at Virginia 
23 NC Stole 
25 otOuke 


t 
L 
L 
L 
L 


67-68 
67-71 
49-70 
55-67 
68-80 


F25 Md -Eoslern Shore 
F27 ol Woke forest 
M3 at NC Stole 
M5 Virginia 
Mil GeorgioTech' 
M 1 2 North Corolino ' 


W 
W 
L 

W 
W 


101-51 
7065 
68-74 
69-63 
84-67 


M3 Virginio 

M9 Duke ' 

M15 Mossochuselts ' 

M19 olPenn Stole ' 

l-Cenlrol Fidelity Classic. 


W 89-74 
L 84-104 

W 91-81 

L 78-80 

Richmond, Vo 


N29 loloyelte 


w 


82-58 


Fll Duke L 84-89 


28 Woke ForesI 


W 


7755 


L 


64-74 


(Rabbins Center) 




D2 Long Island Univ 


w 


87-79 


F13 Doyton W 61-59 


1 at Villonovo 


L 


62-64 


M18 UC Sonto Borbofo ' 


W 


92-82 


2-ACC./Big EosI Challenge 


Hartford, Conn 


D5 George Mason 


w 


74-62 


F18 ot Clemson 13 0T| W 6b-bS 


3 ol Notre Dome 


t 


62-69 


M20 Kentucky ' 

l-MCI Heritage Classic. Ballin 

timore Arena) 


L 


81-90 


(Hartford Civic Center) 




D7 Md.-Eoslern Shore 


w 


76-64 


fl9 ot Norlh Carolina L 63-78 


8 ot Clemson 


W 


78-69 


TOi-e, Md. (Bal- 


3-Chaminode Christmas Classic, Honolulu, | | 


D9 Towson Stale 


w 


75-59 


f23 GeorgioTech W 79-74 


13 ot NC Stole 


W 


67-66 






Hawaii IBIaisdell Arena) 




D12 at NC State 


L 


53-74 


F26 Woke Forest W 90-79 


15 ol Clemson 


L 


60-70 


2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. NC. 


4-ACC Tournament al Chadotte, NC (Char- | | 


D)9 Ohio University 


w 


90-64 


F29 NC Stole W 63-50 


17 Md -Eoslern Shore 


W 


9144 


(Greensboio Coliseum) 






lotte Coliseum) 




D23 Georgia Tech 


L 


43-45 


M4 Virginia W 74-65 


20 ol Norlh Corolino (OTI 


W 


7772 


3-NCAA Tournament at Cincinnati. Ohio 


5-Nationol Invitation Tournament 1 1 


D29 otUClA 


L 


57-90 


M9 NC Stole ' W 69 63 


22 Georgio Tech 


L 


7a77 


(Riverfront Coliseum) 










J5 North Corolino 

J 9 01 Duke 

J 12 01 Virginio lOTl 


I 

w 

L 


50-66 
40-36 
40-45 


M 10 Woke ForesI' W 6664 
Mil Duke' W 74^52 
M17 West Virginio ' W 102-77 


26 ot Woke ForesI 
y\ 1 Virginia 
VA7 Norlh Corolino ^ 


w 

W 

w 


5948 
8772 
85-75 


1 988-89 






1990-91 

16-12 |11-3H;3-8R;2-1N| 




J 16 Clemson 


W 


62-57 


M22 Illinois' L 70-72 


\A8 Georgio Tech ' 


L 


62-64 


9-20|5-9H;0-10R;4-lN| 






5-9ACC|7th| 




J20 Canisius 


W 


91-73 


/- fost Rutherford. NJ (Brendan Byrne Arena) 


VI 14 Pepperdine' 


w 


69-64 


1-13ACC|8lb) 






N26 Towson Stole 


W 93-69 


J23 at Notre Dome 


L 


51-55 


2-HenheyPark. Hershey, Pa (Hershey Park Aieno) 


VI16 UNLV 


L 


64-70 


N25 Tenos Christian ' 


W 


74-67 


N28 Southern Colifornio 


W 72-59 


J27 ol Williom & Mary 


W 


50-43 


3-Maryland Invitational Tournament at Col- 


'-Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at 


Woiluku. Ho 


N26 Georgio Stole ' 


W 


69-62 


Dl 01 WesI Virginia 


I 85-90 


J30 ol Georgia Tech 


I 


63-64 


lege Park, Md 


^aii (War Memorial Coliseum) 






Dl Md -Eastern Shore 


W 


97-53 


D3 Boston College' 


L 85-100 


F3 Woke ForesI 


w 


61-56 


4-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, N C. 


7-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro. NC 


D5 ot South Corolino 


L 


51-57 


08 at Jacksonville 


I 7071 


F6 Duke 


w 


77-60 


(Greensboro Coliseum) 


Greensboro Coliseum) 






07 Morgan Stole 


W 


73-61 


Dll UCIivine 


W 93-79 


F7 Holstro 


w 


94-59 


5-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham, Ala (Bir- 


3-NCAA Tournament ot long 


Beach. Calif 


DIO ol Arkonsos 


L 


68-73 


D22 lotoyelte 


W 6448 


F 1 1 at North Corolino 


L 


56-59 


mingham Coliseum) 


long Bea-h Arenol 






D13 Monmouth 


W 


74-70 


D27 Rutgers- 


W 86^81 


F13 ol Clemson 


L 


66-75 


6-NCAA Tournament ot Lexington, Ky (Rupp 








j27 West Virginio 


L 


61-69 


D29 South Carolina ■ 


W 7^69 


F20 ol Woke Forest 


L 


42-48 


Arena) 


Bob Wade 






D29 Lomor' 


W 


74-65 


J2 ot Woke forest 


L 62-74 


f24 NC State 
F27 Virginia |0T| 


I 
W 


38-52 
47-46 


1984-85 








D30 Texos-EI Paso • 
J 2 Louisiana Stole 


L 
L 


51-69 
77-79 


15 Clemson 

J7 Md Bollimore County 


W 81-65 
W 92-66 






Seasons 


.^•s. 


3 


M5 NC Stole 


L 


28-40 


m\ 


I98E-B7 TH 


J 4 at Woke Forest 


L 


6070 


J9 ol North Corolino 


L 73-105 


M12 Richmond- 


W 


66-50 


25-12 |14.2H;7-6R;*4N1 


mm 








J7 . ol Clemson 


L 


58-75 


J 12 Duke 


L 78-94 


MI5 Georgia ' 


L 


69-83 


B-6ACC|T4thl 


^^ 


1 boo-oa 


J 1 1 01 Norlh Corolino 


I 


72-88 


1 16 Virginia 


L 62-76 


\-ACC Tovrrtamer]t ot Creeniboro. NC 


N23 Kansas ' L 56-58 


ms§ 


Rec. 


: 36-50 


J 14 Duke 


L 


72-82 


119 at Soulh flondo 


W 8781 


{Greer^iboro Coliseum) 






N24 at Aloska-Anchoroge W 54-52 


^iw 


CoNf ■ 7-35 


J 17 Virginia |0T| 


L 


58^4 


J22 Boston University 


W 85-59 


2 National Invitation Tournament at New York 
City, N. Y. (Madiion Square Garden) 


N25 Tennessee ' W 72-49 
Dl West Virginia W 56-47 


Tifc 








J24 Missouri 
J29 NC Slate 


L 
I 


73-87 
67-90 


J26 NC Stole 
129 Americon 


W104-100 
W 72-69 


















D5 Cleveland St. W 95-84 


1 986-87 






fl UMBC 


W 


7^66 


■ 1 ot Georgio Tech 


L 65-80 


1982-83 






D8 olAlobomo W 59-54 






F4 ot Georgia Tech 


I 


74-87 


-6 at Clemson 


L 69-73 






Dll Ohio Stale W 76-73 


M7(8-8H;l-8li;0-IN| 






F7 Clemson 


w 


98-87 


f9 Duke 


L 81-101 


20-10 (14.3H, MR; 1-3NI 






D13 Md.-Eoslern Shore W 87-48 


3-14 ACC |8thl 






Fll OtDuke 


L 


60-86 


fl3 GeorgioTech 


W 96-93 


8^ ACC (T3rd| 






D22 oILoyolo W 81-74 


327 Winlhrop 


w 


76-58 


F14 GeorgioTech 


I 


66-67 


fl6 North Corolino 


L 75-87 


N27 Penn Stole 


L 


79-97 


D25 loviolOTI' W 78-68 


329 Foirleigh Dickinson 


w 


70-59 


fl9 North Carolina 


I 


75-86 


fl9 01 Virginio Tech 


W 82-67 


Dl Md -Eastern Shore 


W 


91-70 


D27 ol Hawaii ■• W 79 71 


331 Noire Dome 


I 


5063 


f25 Wokeforesl 


L 


61-75 


f23 Wokeforesl 


W 86-78 


D4 ot Canisius 


W 


67-66 


D28 GeorgioTech' L 69-70 


3 at NC Stole 


I 


47-69 


M2 OtNC Stole 


L 


77-94 


f27 OlNCSiole 


L 91-114 


D6 St Joseph's 


L 


56^14 


J2 NC Stole W 58-56 


5 Towson Stole 


w 


79-71 


M5 ot Virginia 


L 


59-86 


M2 ot Virginio |0T| 


W 78-74 


Dll Duquesne 


W 


85-64 


J5 olDoylon L 63-67 


8 at Norlh Carolina 


I 


6598 


MIO NC Stole' 


w 


71-49 


l-ACC/Big East Challenge, 


Richmond, Vo. 


D14 Towson Stale 


W 


6656 


J9 ol Norlh Corolino L 74-75 


10 Virginia 


L 


64-71 


M 1 1 North Carolina ' 


L 


58-88 


(Richmond Coliseum) 




D23 UCLA|2 0T| 


W 


80-79 


J 14 Duke(OTl W 78-76 


14 Duke 


I 


61-85 


l-Freedom Bowl Classic, Irvine, Calif (Bren 


2-ECAC Holiday FesHvalNe 


V YoHi Oty, N Y 


J3 American 


W 


73-71 


J 16 Clemson W 94-84 


17 at Clemson 


L 


64-72 


Events Center! 






'Madison Square Garden) 




J5 William 4 Mary 


W 


56-51 


J 19 otUNLV L 76-78 


19 Bucknell 


w 


77-68 


2-Sun Bowl Tournament, El Paso. Texas /5pe- 






J 8 Virginia 


I 


64-83 


J21 Holy Cross W 99-75 


21 West Virginia 


W 


65-62 


cial Events Center) 










J 12 at Norlh Carolina 


I 


71-72 


J26 Notre Dome W 77-65 


24 ot Old Dominion 


I 


73-87 


3-ACC Tournament ot Atlanta. Go (Omni) 






134 



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1991-92 

14-li(ia5H;2-7R:2-3N| 
5-11 ACC|8th) 

N23 MounlSl Mary's W 83-53 

N26 Md-Easlem Shore W 115.60 

N30 American W 93-68 

D4 Providence ' W 76-66 

D7 Wesl Virginia W 101-91 

DIO oHouisville I 79-96 

D21 Towson Slate W 83-76 

D23 Rider College W 83-69 

D28 Rutgers- L 79-95 

D30 Evansville ' L 64-75 

J5 at Georgia Tech |#15| L 67-92 

J8 Duke|#l| L 66-83 

Jll 01 NC Stale L 88-94 

J 13 01 North Carolina |# 14) L 76-96 

J18 Florida Stole (#231 t 83-91 

J22 Wake Forest I 76-86 

J25 Clemson W 84-71 

J29 at Virginia I 75-82 

F5 at Florida Stole W 93-85 

F9 GeorgioTech L 65-67 

FI3 NC Stole W 77-74 

F20 otDoke|#l) I 89-91 

F22 ot Clemson I 7a82 

F25 UNC-Greensboro W 84-55 

Ml North Corolina|#10) W 82-80 

M5 ol Woke Forest W 77-66 

M7 Virginia L 74-76 

M8 Clemson ' W 81-75 

M9 Duke|#l)' L 87-94 
1-ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Conn. 
jHortford Civic Center} 
2-Fesio Bowl Cassia Tucson, Anz (McKole Center} 
3-ACC Tournament ot Charlotte, N.C (Char- 
lotte Coliseum} 

I 992-93 

12-16|8-7H:2-8R, 2-lNI 
2-14ACC|8thl 

Dl Md.-Boltimoie Counly W 103-80 

D5 at Wesl Virginia L 72-86 

D7 Md.-Eoslern Shore W 94-63 

DIO Americon W 98-67 

D12 olLoSolle W 93-76 

D23 Towson Stole W 78-68 

D26 Morgon State W 103-63 

D28 louisville W 72-67 

J2 Howord W 109-69 

J5 GeorgioTech I 75-85 

J9 ot North Corolino L 73-101 

J 13 at Florida Stole I 85-105 

J 16 Woke Forest I 73-86 

J 19 Oklahomo ' W 89-78 

J23 otNC Slate W 70-65 

J26 ot Clemson I 72-82 

J30 Duke I 62-78 

F4 Vicginio I 68-70 

F6 at Georgia Tech I 79-93 

F9 North Carolina L 63-77 

F13 Florido Stole I 84-87 

F17 olWokeForesI I 64-88 

F24 NC Stole W 81-71 

F27 Clemson I 73-81 

M3 alDuke L 79-95 

M6 ol Virginia L 74-88 

Mil NC Stole-' W 76-55 

MI3 North Corolino ' I 66-102 
l-Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena} 
2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum} 



1993-94 

18-I2|ia3H,4-6R,4-3N| 
8-8 ACC |T4lh| 

N26 ot Georgetown (#151 (OT)W 84-83 

N27 Cornell W 92-41 

N30 Rider W 93-79 

02 Md-Bollimore County W 89-80 

04 Morgon Stole W 85-62 

D7 Oklahoma ' I 85-88 

D23 Towson Stole' W 109-71 

D28 Hofslra= W 93-67 

D29 Mossochusetls |#9| -" I 80-94 

J4 ol GeorgioTech (#12) W 91-88 

J8 North Carolina (#2) t 70-75 

Jll Florido Stale W 8a74 

J15 otWoke Forest W 61-58 

J22 NC Stole W 102-70 

J26 Clemson W 73-53 

J29 otDuke(#2) I 62-75 

F2 olVirginio L 66-73 

F5 GeorgioTech L 71-83 

FIO ot North Corolino (#1) L 89-95 

F12 ot Florido Stole W 69-66 

F16 Woke Forest W 81-58 

F19 Loyola (Md) W 94-71 

F23 olNC Stale L 71-79 

F26 at Clemson I 67-73 

M2 Duke|#2) I 69-73 

M2 Virginia W 70-68 

M5 Virginia' t 63-69 

M17 St. louis(#22)' W 74-66 

M 19 Massachusetts (#9)' W 95-87 

M25 Michigon(#ll)' 1. 71-78 
I -Oklahoma City, Okla. (The Myriad} 
2-Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena} 
3-Hall of Tame Classic, Springfield, Mass 
(Springfield Civic Center} 

4-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum} 

SHCAA Toum.ot Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum} 
6-NCAA Toum. at Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena} 

1994-95 

26-B(160H;44R;64N) 
124 ACC (T 1st) 

N21 Chominode ' W 95-67 

N22 Utah ' W 90-78 

N23 Arizona Stole ' L 90-97 

N29 Loyola (Md.) W 92-62 

D3 Bucknell W 102-64 

D5 UMBC W 102-77 

D8 Colgote W 113-53 

DIO Mossochuselts (#5) • L 74-85 

D12 Towson Stole W 120-73 

D23 Morgan Stole W 138-72 

D27 La Salle W 96-80 

D30 American W 98-77 

j4 Georgia Tech (#24) W 80-67 

17 at North Carolina (#1) L 90-100 

J 10 at Florida Stole W 70-57 

J14 Woke Forest (#14) W 76-66 

J22 olNC Stole W 84-67 

J25 ol Clemson W 56-51 

J2e Duke W 74-72 

Fl Virginia (#15) W 71-62 

F4 olGeorgiaTech(#21) L 91-100 

F7 North Corolino (#1) W 86-73 

Fll Florido Stole W 80-65 

F15 OlWokeForesI (#14) L 54-63 

F19 Cincinnoti' W 72-72 

F22 NC Stole W 84-71 

F25 Clemson W 84-68 

Ml olDuke W 94-92 

M5 OlVirginio (#13) L 67-92 

M 10 Florido Stole' W 71-64 

Mil N. Corolino (#2) (OT) ' L 92-97 

M16Gonzogo' W 87-63 

MlSTexos' W 82-68 

M23 Connecticut (#8)' L 89-99 
l-Mouilnvilolional, iahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina 
Civic Center} 

2-Ballimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena} 
3-Son Antonio, Texas (Alamodome} 
4-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
5-NCAA Tournament at Salt lake City, Utah 
pan Huntsman Center} 
6-NCAA Tournament at Oakland, Calif. (Oak- 
land Coliseum} 



1995-96 

17-13(n-3H, 3-5R, 3-5N) 
8-8 ACC (T4th) 

N24 Kenlucky(#l| ' I 84-96 

N27 Towson Stole • W 70-67 

D2 Mossochusetls (#5) ' L 47-50 

03 Geo Washington = W 98-81 
06 Howard W 88-71 
09 UCLA' L 63-73 
013 Rider W 83-67 
023 American W 104-79 
028 Md-Eostern Shore W 104-66 
J3 ot Georgia Tech I 84-98 
J6 N Corolino (#16) (OT) t 86-88 
J 13 OlWokeForesI (#8) L 64-77 
J 17 Delaware Stole W 118-55 
J20 NC Stole (OT) W 77-74 
J24 Clemson (#18) W 65-60 
J28 otOuke L 73-83 
Jl Virginio W 80-72 
F3 GeorgioTech (#25) W 88-74 
F6 ol North Corolino (#11) W 84-78 
FIO at Florida Stole L 78-100 
F15 Woke ForesI (#8) L 78-85 
F18 Missouri W 91-72 
F22 at NC Stale W 86-84 
F24 at Clemson L 61-68 
F28 Duke L 75-77 
M2 Virginia W 83-71 
M4 Florido Stole W 88-78 
M8 Duke' W 82-69 
M9 Georgia Tech (#18)' L 79-84 
M15 SonloCloro' L 79-91 
I -Hall of Tame Tip-Off Classic, Springfield, 
Moss. (Springfield Civic Center} 
2-Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena} 
3-Tranklin National Bonk Classic, iandover, 
Md. (USAir Arena! 

4-John R. Wooden Classic, Anaheim, Calif. 

(The Pond of Anaheim} 

5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C 

(Greensboro Coliseum} 

6-NCAA Tournament ot Tempe, Ariz. (Special 

Events Center} 

I 996-97 

21-11 (11-3H;4-5R;6-3N) 

9-7ACC (T4lh) 

N26 Howord W 93-55 

N30 Towson Stole W 93-76 

02 Chicago Slate W 94-44 

04 UMBC W 67-31 

08 California ' W 80-64 

09 Geo Washington (#25) ' W 74-68 
012 GeorgioTech W 77-63 
D21 American W 81-74 
D23 Lofoyette W 108-67 
D27 Pittsburgh' W 66-63 
D28 ot Hawaii' W 76-59 
030 Georgio (OT) ' L 65-73 
J4 Virgmio W 78-62 
J8 01 North Carolina (#12) W 85-75 
J 12 OlNC Stole W 68-59 
J15 Clemson (#3) I 63-67 
J 19 OtWoke Forest (#2) W 54-51 
J21 Penn ' W 103-73 
J26 Duke (#10) W 74-70 
J29 ot Florido Stole I 7a74 
Fl Woke Forest (#2) L 69-74 
F5 NC Stole W 66-55 
F8 ot Clemson (#10) L 68-80 
F13 Florido Stole W 73-57 
F15 Mossochuselts' I 61-78 
F19 ot Georgia Tech W 76-68 
F22 01 North Corolino (#12) L 81-93 
F27 otOuke L 69-81 
M2 OlVirginio I 74-81 
M7 Clemson (#13)= W 76-61 
M8 NC Slote ' t 58-65 
M 1 3 Coll, of Charleston (#16)' L 66-75 
l-Fronkfin Notional Bank Classic, iandover, 
Md (USAir Arena} 

2-Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Neil S. 

Blaisdell Center} 

3-Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena} 

4-Worcesler, Mass. (Worcester Centrum} 

5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 

(Greensboro Coliseum} 

6-NCAA Tournament at Memphis, Tenn. (The 

Pyramid} 



I 997-98 

21-11 |11-2H;4-5R;64N) 
l(WACC(3rd) 

N14 S Corolino (#7) (OT) ' L 72-76 

N18 Foirleigh Oickmson W 81-70 

N22 Ml St Mary's W 102-74 

N25 Florido Inlernolionol W 117-70 

04 01 Clemson (#1 7) (OT) L 65-70 

07 Konsas(#2)' W 86-83 

08 Geo Washington ' L 66-70 
013 UMBC W 104-66 

022 UNC-Asheville W 110-52 
027 UNC-Wilminglon W 74-36 
030 ot Missouri L 79-83 
J3 Duke (#2) I 72-104 
J7 Florida Stole (#13) W 81-74 
J 10 OlNC Stole W 68-65 
J 14 N Corolino (#1)(0T1 W 89-83 
J 17 OlWokeForesI L 60-72 
J21 ot Georgio Tech W 70-67 
J24 Clemson (#23) W 74-69 
J29 alDuke(#l) L 59-86 
Fl Virginio W 7770 
F7 ol Florido Stole W 68-62 
Fll NC Slote W 78-63 
F14 oIN, Corolino (#1) L 67-85 
F19 Woke ForesI L 79-83 
F21 GeorgioTech W 81-69 
F24 al Virginia W 74-66 
F28 Temple (#24) ' W 83-66 
M6 GeorgioTech' W 83-65 
M7 N, Corolino (#4) (OT) ' L 73-83 
M12 Utah Stole* W 82-68 
M14 Illinois (#23)' W 67-61 
M19 Arizono(#4)' L 79-87 
l-Black Coaches Association Classic, Minne- 
apolis, Minn (Target Center} 

2-Franklin National Bank Classic, Washington 

DC (MCI Center! 

3-Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena} 

4-ACC Tournament ot Greensboro, N.C. 

(Greensboro Coliseum} 

5-NCAA Tournament ot Sacramento. Calif 

(Area Arena} 

6-NCAA Tournament at Anaheim, Calif (The 

Pond of Anaheim} 

I 998-99 

28-6(1 3-1 H;7-3R;8-2N1 
13-3 ACC (2nd) 

N 14 Western Corolino W 113-46 

N17 UMBC W 90-62 

N20 Hofslro W 89-59 

N23 Duquesne W 81-47 

N26 01 AU Puerto Rico' W 82-32 

N27 UCLA(#10) ' W 70-54 

N28 Pittsburgh ' W 8752 

D3 Woke Forest W 92-69 

06 Slonford (#5) ' W 62-60 

07 DePaul' W 92-75 
012 at Kentucky (#5) L 91-103 
D19 Princeton' W 81-58 

023 North Texos W 132-57 
D27 South Carolina Slate W 104-70 
J3 Duke (#2) L 64-82 
J7 OlVirginio W 71-66 
JIO NC Stole W 94-48 
J13 01 N Corolino (#7) W 89-76 
J 19 ol Georgia Tech W 77-62 
J24 01 Clemson W 81-79 
J27 Florida Stole W 10787 
J31 OlWokeForesI L 72-85 
F3 olOuke(#2) L 77-95 
F6 Virginio W 88-72 
FIO OlNC Stole W 63-50 
F13 N. Carolina |#12) W 81-64 
F21 GeorgioTech W 91-60 
F24 Clemson W 77-60 
F27 ol Florido Slote W 84-75 
M5 Florido Stole ' W 93-69 
M6 N. Corolino (#15)' L 79-86 
Mil Valparaiso' W 82-60 
M13 Creighlon' W 75-63 
M18 Sl,John's(#8)» L 62-76 
1 -Puerto Pico Shootout, Boyaman, PR 
(Eugenia Guerra Sports Complex} 
2-BBS,T Classic, Washington DC (MCI Cen- 
ter} 

3-Ballimore, Md (Baltimore Arena} 
4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum} 
5NCAA ToumomenlolOrfando, Fb (OifandoAena} 
6NCAA Tournament at Knoxville, Tenn (Th- 
ompson-Baling Arena} 



I 999-00 

25-10 (15-1H;4-5R;64N) 
11-5 ACC (2nd) 

N17 Son Francisco ' W 71-61 

N19 Tulone' W 78-70 

N22 Foirleigh Dickinson W 104-45 

N24 Kentucky (#11)' L 58-61 

N26 Notre Dome ' W 72-67 

N30 Iowa ' W 83-65 

04 Illinois (#16)' W 69-67 

05 Geo. Woshmgton ' I 69-74 
07 Winlhrop(OT) W 76-65 
Oil Kentucky |#23) W 72-66 
027 George Mason W 69-66 
030 UMBC W 82-52 
J2 Coastal Corolino W 100-48 
J6 OlNC Stole I 60-68 
J9 Duke (#9) I 70-80 
J 15 at Georgia Tech I 68-69 
J19 Wake Forest W 71-53 
J22 Clemson W 74-62 
J27 ol North Corolino L 63-75 
J29 01 Florida Slote W 82-63 
F2 Virginia W 91-79 
F6 NC Stole W 78-73 
F9 at Duke (#3) W 98-87 
F13 at Temple (#19) L 65-73 
F16 GeorgioTech W 92-70 
F19 OlWokeForesI W 73-67 
F22 ot Clemson W 76-63 
F26 North Corolino W 81-73 
Ml Florida Stale W 85-70 
M4 at Virginia (OT) L 8789 
M 10 Florido Stole' W 82-61 
Mil NC Stole' W 64-61 
M12Duke(#3)' I 68-81 
M16lona' W 74-59 
M18 UCIA« L 7ai05 
1 -Preseason NIT at College Park, Md 
2-Preseason NIT at New York, N. Y (Modi- 
son Square Garden} 

3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Baltimore, Md 
(Baltimore Arena} 

4-BBS,T Classic at Washington, DC (MCI 
Center} 

5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum} 

6-NCAA Tournament at Minneapolis, Minn 
(Metradome} 



135 




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2000-01 MARYLAND BASKETBAL 



^ . _ 1 


Series 

Air Force 


y 


/s. 


Oppon 

Boston College 


ents 


t 
1 

Central Florida 


1968-69 


83-78 


W H 


Columbia 






Morylond leodl, 2-0 






Morylond leads, 3-1 




Morylond leads, 1-0 




1969-70 


84-83 
75-68 


W A 
W A 


Morylond leods, 2-0 






1977-78 74-73 


w 


H 


1957-58 86-63 


W N-ncool 


198687 73-55 


W H 


1924-25 24-23 


W 


A 


1978-89 81-68 


w 


A 


1973-74 58-37 


W H-mdinv 








103-85 


W H 


1963-64 82-76 


w 


N-evon 


Alabama 






1983-84 89-76 

1990-91 85-100 


W H 
I N-occbel 


Chaminade 

Morylond leods, 1-0 




197a71 


56-52 

45-51 


W H 
L A 


Connecticut 






Morylond leods, 3-0 










1994-95 95-67 


W N-moui 


1971-72 


61-63 


I A 


Connecticut leods, 2-0 






1924-25 27-21 


w 


N-scI 


Boston University 








67-57 


W H 


1989-90 65-87 


I 


N-occbe2 


1984-85 59-54 


w 


A 


Morylond leods, 2-1 




Coll. of Charleston 




54-52 


W N.0CC2 


1994-95 89-99 


L 


N-ncool 6 


1985-86 60-58 


w 


H 


1975-76 122-82 


W H 


ChoHeston leods, 1-0 




1972-73 


79-75 


W A 


CoppiN State 












1989-90 61-65 


I N-bg 


199697 66-75 


I N-ncao 1 8 




69-66 


W H 






Alaska 






1990-91 85-59 


W H 


Chicago State 






77-61 


W N-0CC2 


Coppin leods, 1-0 






Morylond ImHs, 1-0 












1973-74 


89-60 


W H 


1989-90 63-70 


I 


H 


1984-85 54-52 


w 


A-shool 


Brown 




Morylond leads, 1-0 






56-54 


W A 


Cornell 

Morylond leods, 1-0 






Alcorn State 






Morylond leods, 3-0 
1971-72 100-83 


W H 


1996-97 94-44 

CCNY 

Tlie series is tied, 1-1 
1924-25 22-16 


W H 


1974-75 


82-83 
70^S4 


L A 
W H 






Morylond leods, 1-0 






1972-73 127-82 


W H 




1975-76 


77-82 


L H 


199394 92-41 


W 


H 


1989*0 lia91 


w 


H 


1979-80 72-59 


W H 


W H 




98-89 


W A 


Creichton 






American 






Bucknell 




1941-42 40-57 


I A 


1976-77 


71-93 
84-78 
90-75 


L A 
W H 
W H 


Morylond leods, 2-0 






Morylond leods, 9-1 
1926-27 16-21 


L 


A 


Morylond leods, 6-0 
1976-77 106-72 


W H 


Cincinnati 




1977-78 


1974-75 83-79 

1998-99 75-63 


w 
w 


N-ncoo4 
N.ncoa20 


1977-78 78-65 
1980-81 95-65 
1982-83 73-71 
1990-91 72-69 
1991-92 93-68 
1992-93 98-67 
1994-95 98-77 


w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 


N-cop 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 


1977-78 95-62 
1978-79 107-97 
1979-80 95-73 
1986-87 77-68 
1994-95 102-64 

Buffalo 


W H 
W H 
W H 
W H 
W H 


Morylond leads, 2-0 
1954-55 78-61 
1994-95 74-72 

The Citadel 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1937-38 45-43 


W N-oocity 
W N-old 

W N-sct 


1978-79 
1979-80 


80-75 
77-63 
77-69 
75-67 
84-83 
81-90 
91-85 


W A 
W A 
W H 

W N-acc2 
W H 
L A 
W N-acc2 


Davidson 

The series is tied, 1-1 
1966^.7 66^15 
1968-69 69-83 

Dayton 


w 

I 


A<i 
A<i 


1995-96 104-79 


w 


H 


Morylond leods, 4^ 




Clemson 




198a81 


68-62 
72-70 


W A 
W H 


Morylond leods, 2-1 
1965-66 77-75 


w 


N-sb 


1996-97 81-74 


w 


H 


1969-70 97-77 
197a71 109-70 
1971-72 82-58 


W H 
W H 
W H 


Morylond leads, 7642 




1981-82 


62-57 


W H 


1983-84 61-59 


w 


H 


AU OF Puerto Rico 


1938-39 45-35 
27-39 


W H 
L N-sct 




66-75 


I A 


1984-85 63-67 


L 


A 


Morylond leods, 1-0 






1972-73 93-64 


W H 


1939-40 53-26 


W H 


1982-83 


80-61 


W A 


Delaware 






1998-99 62-32 


w 


A-prs 












92-88 


W H 












California 




30-48 


I A 


1983-84 


85-72 


W H 


Morylond leads, 2-1 






Appalachian State 

Morylond leods, 2-0 


Morylond leads, 1-0 
1996-97 80-64 


W N-fnbl 


1940-41 34-48 
1947-48 49-42 


t H 
W H 


1984-85 


66-65 
94-84 


W A 

W H 


1910-11 14-23 
1969-70 94-58 


I 

w 


A 
H 


1974-75 96-50 


w 


H 






63-61 


W A 




64-71 


L H 


197a71 86-73 


w 


H 


1976-77 76-74 


w 


H 


UC Irvine 




1948-49 74-50 


W H 


1985-86 


78-69 


W H 


Delaware College i I 


Arizona 






Maryland leads, 1-0 

1990-91 93-79 


W H 


49-68 
1949-50 55-60 


L A 
I H 


1986-87 


60-70 
64-72 


I A 
I A 


Detowore College leods. 


1-0 




Arizono leods, 2-0 










68-70 


L A 




79-80 
68-53 


L H 
W H 


1913-14 NA 


I 


A 


1963-64 54-57 


I 


N-evor>s 


UC Santa Barbara 


195a51 44-50 


L A 


1987-88 


Delaware State 




1997-98 79-87 

Arizona State 


I 


N-ncoa20 


Maryland leods, 1-0 

1987-88 92-82 


W N-ncoo3 


54-50 

50-48 

1953-54 81-41 

79-54 


W H 
W N-sct 

W A 
W H 


1988-89 


7066 
58-75 


W A 

L A 


Morylond leods, 2-0 
198990 87-53 


w 


H 


The series is tied, 1-1 






Canisius 






98-87 


W H 


1995-96 118-55 


w 


H 


1953-54 65-50 


w 


A 


Maryland leads, 7-0 




75-59 


W N-0CC3 


1989-90 


77-82 
73-75 
81-65 
69-73 
84-71 


L A 
L H 

W H 
L A 

W H 


DcPaul 






1994-95 90-97 

Arkansas 

Tile series is fied, 1-1 


I 


N-moui 


1971-72 86-77 
1972-73 107-80 
1973-74 86-73 
1978-79 129-103 


W H 
W A 
W H 
W H 


1954-55 71-63 
68-66 

1955-56 71-63 
81-69 


W A 
W H 
W A 
W H 


1990-91 
1991-92 


Morylond leods, 2-0 
1976-77 92-74 
1998-99 92-75 


w 
w 


H 
Mjbt 


1987-88 88-61 


w 


H 


1981-82 91-73 


W H 


1956-57 59-52 


W A 




70-82 


I A 


DePauw 






1988-89 68-73 

Army 


I 


A 


1982-83 67-66 
1983-84 77-55 


W A 

W H 


74-65 
1957-58 66-73 


W H 
I A 


1992-93 


81-75 
72-82 
73-81 


W N-occl 
I A 
L H 


Morylond leods, 2-0 
1974-75 '13-49 


w 


H 


Moiylond leods, 3-1 






Catholic 




72-54 


W H 


1993-94 


67-73 


L A 


1975-76 99-42 


w 


H 


1966-67 57-54 


w 


N-ci 


Morylond leods, 12-10 




1958-59 46-55 

77-58 

1959^50 70-55 

66-59 (20T1 

1960^il 59-76 


L A 




73-53 


W H 


Duke 






1969-70 54-69 
1977-78 99-77 
1989-90 78-60 


I 

w 
w 


H-mdinv 

H 

N<fc 


19iail 35-30 

1913-14 IMA 

NA 


W H 
L A 
I H 


W H 
W H 
W A 
I A 


1994-95 
1995-96 


56-51 
84-68 
65-60 


W A 
W H 
W H 


Duke leods, 92-52 
1925-26 41-20 
1929-30 27-28 


w 

L 


H 
H 


Augusta 






1918-19 7-25 


t NA 


82-80 

91-75 
1961-62 61-73 

68-75 
1962-63 60-62 

69-67 
1963-64 5648 

68-83 


W H 

W N-0CC3 

L A 

I H 

I At 
W H 
W H 

L A 




61-68 


L A 


24-39 


I 


A 


Morylond leods, I-O 
108990 105-74 
Ball State 
Morylond leods, 1-0 
10"o-"^ 86-70 

Baltimore City 


w 
w 


H 
H 


12-14 
1923-24 13-30 

14-20 
1924-25 18-14 

27-17 
1929-30 37-30 
1930-31 24-21 


I NA 
I NA 
L NA 

W A 

W H 

W H 

W A 


1996-97 63-67 
68-80 
76-61 

1997-98 65-78 
74-69 

1998-99 81-79(011 
77-60 


L H 

I A 
W N-occl 

I A 
W H 
W A 
W H 


1930-31 32-24 
1931-32 20-18 
1932-33 30-28 
1933-34 37-33 
1934-35 39-48 
1935-36 38-34 
47-35 


w 
w 
w 
w 
I 

w 
w 


H 
A 
H 
H 
H 
H 
N-sci 








1931-32 39-34 


W H 


1999-00 


74-62 


W H 








Mo^lond leods, 2-1 






1932-33 27-29 


L A 


67-81 


I N-acc3 




76-63 


W A 


1936-37 31-34 


i 


A 


1913-14 NA 


L 


H 


1933-34 33-25 


W H 


1964-65 67^55 


W A 








30-34 


I 


A 


1935-36 55-33 


w 


H 


1934-35 29-45 


L A 


88-71 


W H 


Cleveland State 


1937-38 4035 


w 


H 


1937-38 50-32 


w 


A 


193536 29-40 


I H 


61-50 


W N-acc3 


Morylond leods 


1-0 




34-44 


L 


A 


BiSCAYNE 

Morylond leods, 1-0 






1937-38 49-33 
1938-39 40-38 
1939-40 46-31 


W H 
W A 
W H 


1965-66 6^71 

69-81 

1966^57 68-48 


L A 
I H 
W H 


1984-85 95-84 W H 

Coastal Carolina 


32-35 

1938-39 37-34 

6044 


I 

W 
W 


N«t 

H 

A 


1978-79 86-60 


w 


H 


1943-44 33-31 


W H 


6W5 


t A 


Morylond leods 


1-0 




193940 32-30 


w 


H 








33-53 


I A 


1967-68 93-94 


L A 


1999-00 


100-48 


W H 


3748 


I 


A 








1979-80 113-79 


W H 


81-68 


W H 








3244 


I 


N-sct 


136 













A M ■ ^^ 


-^ 


^^^ 


■ — ■ 


^ 


-■ <*S£T^i 


Aii-'i'ime KecordJSOOK^ 


1940-41 


26-40 L H 


1982-83 


67-86 I H 


Florida 






35-59 I H 


1961-62 78-79 (2 OT) 


L H 


1941-42 


17-43 t A 
33-37 L A 


1983-84 


101-90 W A 
81-75 W A 


Florida leads, 1-C 
1931-32 


24-39 I N-sct 


1948-49 
1949-50 


54-66 L H 
51-72 I H 


1962-63 


83-70 W A 
70-79 L A 




46-64 I H 




84-89 L H 






1950-51 


47-67 I A 




73-72 W H 


1942-43 


43-46 I H 




74-62 W N-acc2 


Florioa International 


1951-52 


56-57 I H 


1963-64 


72-83 


L A 


1944-45 


24-51 L A 


1984-85 


78-76 (OT) W H 


Morylond leads, 


1-0 


1952-53 62-63 (2 OT) L A 




78-81 


I H 




49-76 L N-scI 




62-70 L A 


1997-98 


117-70 W H 




66-53 W H 


1964-65 


35-67 


<V A 


1945-46 


25-59 L A 
45-38 W H 


1985-86 


73-86 L N-0CC4 
75-81 I H 


Florioa State 


1953-54 


68-61 W H 
57-50 W A 


1965-66 
1966-67 


77-59 
49-30 


W H 
L A 


1946-47 


38-40 I H 




68-80 I A 


Maryland leods. 


16-5 


1954-55 


53-75 I A 


1967-68 


68-60 


W H 


1947-48 


42-53 L A 


198(^87 


61-85 L H 


1991-92 83-91 (0T| L H 




67-73 L H 


1969-70 


81-71 


W H 


1949-50 


46-58 L A 




67-76 I A 




93-85 W A 


1955-56 


62-48 W H 


1970-71 


79-92 


L A 




67-57 W H 


1987-88 


72-69 W A 


1992-93 


85-105 L A 




67-46 W A 


1971-72 


79-46 


W H 


1950-51 
1951-52 


40-49 L H 
51-56 L A 


1988-89 


83-90 I H 
72-82 I H 


1993-94 


84-87 L H 
80-74 W H 


1956-57 


68-48 W A 
84-67 W H 


1972-73 
1973-74 


99-73 
115-83 


W A 
W H 




48-51 L N 




60-86 L A 




69-66 W A 


1957-58 


64-55 W H 


1974-75 


104-71 


W A 


1952-53 
1953-54 


74-65 W N 


1989-90 


80-91 I A 


1994-95 


70-57 W A 


1958-59 


65-66 (OT) L H 


1975-76 


72-63 


W A 


61-68 I H 




111-114(071 1- H 




80-65 W H 


1959-60 


64-57 (OT) W A 


1977-73 


91-87 


W N 


1954-55 


49-47 W H 
61-68 L A 
62-76 L A 
70-82 L H 


1990-91 


84-104 L N-occl 
78-94 L H 


1995-96 


71-64 W N-accl 
78-100 L A 


1960-61 


86-84 W H 
80-68 W H 


1978-79 
1979-30 


65-68 
71-83 


I N 

L N-ormory 


1955-56 


1991-92 


81-101 L A 
66-83 I H 


1996-97 


88-78 W H 
70-74 I A 


1961-62 


44-63 I A 
67-56 W A 


1993-94 


68-74 
84-33 (OT) 


L N-ncaa2 
W A<op 




69-94 I N-acc3 




89-91 L A 




73-57 W H 




81-67 W H 


Georgia 




1956-57 


62-51 W H 
60-72 L A 


1992-93 


87-94 L N-accl 
62-78 I H 


1997-98 


81-74 W H 
68-62 W A 


1962-63 


74-72 W H 
68-67 W A 


Georgia leods, 4-2 
1923-24 75-29 


L N-sct 


1957-58 


74-49 W H 




79-95 L A 


1998-99 


107-87 W H 


1963-64 


80-76 W A 


1926-27 


34-33 


W H 




59-68 I A 


1993-94 


62-75 L A 




84-75 W A 


1964-65 


32-80 W H 


1930-31 


26-25 


W N-sct 




71-65 (0T| W N-acc3 




69-73 L H 




93-69 W N-occ2 


1965-66 


107-81 W A 


1932-33 


36-40 


L H 


1958-59 


64-31 W H 


1994-95 


74-72 W H 


1999-00 


82-63 W A 


1966-67 


78-52 W H 


1981-32 


69-33 


L N-nil 




69-78 I A 




94-92 W A 




35-70 W H 


1967-68 


84-53 W A 


1996-97 


65-73 


L N-roin 


1959-60 


5648 W A 


1995-96 


73-83 I A 




32-61 W N-accl 


1968-69 


99-96 W H 










71-61 W H 




75-77 L H 


FORDHAM 

Maryland leods 




1969-70 


92-71 W A 


Georgia State 




1960-61 


62-70 I A 




82-69 W N-acc2 


7-1 


1970-71 


69-67 W H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






76-71 W H 


1996-97 


74-70 W H 


1971-72 


118-96 W A 


1988-89 


69-62 


W N-(ree 


1961-62 


68-34 I A 
5379 1. H 
58-71 L N-occ3 




69-81 L A 


1956-57 


62-68 L H 


1972-73 


88-79 W H 








1997-98 


72-104 I H 


1957-58 


61-58 W A 


1973-74 


92-71 W A 


Georgia Tech 








59-86 L A 


1959-60 


76-54 W N-blgr 


1975-76 


82-72 W A 


Georgia Tech leads, 29-24 | | 


1962-63 


56-92 I A 
7a76 I H 
72-104 L H 
63-84 L A 
64-82 L A 


1998-99 


64-82 L H 
77-95 I A 


1969-70 
1972-73 


94-71 W H-mdinv 
83-72 W A 


1976-77 
1977-73 


76-86 L H 
90-101 L A 


1972-73 
1974-75 


90-55 
105-67 


W H-mdinv 
W H-mdinv 


1963-64 


1999-00 


70-80 L H 
98-87 W A 


1973-74 
1974-75 


112-73 W H 
65-46 W A 


1978-79 
1995-96 


84-72 W H 
98-81 W N-fnbl 


1975-76 
1977-78 


93-65 
65-63 


W H 

W H-mdinv 


1964-65 




68-81 I N-accl 


1975-76 


81-56 W H 


1996-97 


74-68 W N-tnbl 


1979-80 


70-60 


W H 


1965-66 


85-82 W H 
61-76 L A 


DUQUESNE 

Morylond leads, 7-0 


Gallaudet 

The series is tied, 7-7 


1997-93 
1999-00 


66-70 l N-fnb2 
69-74 L N-bbi 


1980-81 


83-74 

51-49 (OT) 

66-55 


W A 

W N-acc2 

W A 




69-74 L H 


1971-72 


85-71 W H 


1910-11 


30-56 L A 


Georgetown 




72-64 
43-45 


W H 


1966-67 


69-72 L H 
58-81 I A 


1972-73 


81-71 W A 




27-54 L H 


Morylond leads, 32-25 


1981-82 


I H 




1973-74 


98-72 W H 


1913-14 


NA I A 


1910-11 


25-31 L A 




63-64 
77-68 
60-70 


L A 


1967-68 


52-84 L H 
64-85 L A 


1974-75 
1982-83 


103-82 W A 
85-64 W H 




NA L A 
NA L H 


1913-14 
1934-35 


NA L A 
24-25 I H 


1982-83 


W H 
L A 


1968-69 


85-96 L A 


1983-84 


78-67 W A 


1918-19 


27-26 W n/o 


1935-36 


47-39 W A 




58-64 


L N-acc4 


1969-70 
1970-71 


83-93 L H 
52-50 W H 
76-87 L A 
88-79 W A 


1998-99 81-47 W H 

East Carolina 

Maryland leads, M 


1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 


9-33 L n/a 
42-28 W n/o 
25-14 W H 
40-13 W H 


1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
1939-40 


27-39 L H 
39-57 I A 
25-39 I H 
28-27 W A 


1983-84 
1934-85 


70-71 (20T) 
79-74 
69-70 
60-72 


L A 
W H 
L N-rain 
L H 




67-70 L H 


1975-76 


127-84 W H 


1926-27 


39-26 W H 


1940-41 


34-51 I A 




43-43 
67-63 


L A 


1971-72 


77-58 W H 


1976-77 


80-69 W H 


1927-28 


45-20 W H 


1941-42 


51-42 W A 


1935-86 


I A 




59-68 I A 


1977-78 


130-106 W H 


1930-31 


33-27 W H 


1942-43 


36-46 L H 




70-77 
62-64 


L H 

L N-acc2 


1972-73 


81-85 L A 


1978-79 


82-71 W H 


1944-45 


26-27 L H 


1947-48 


40-52 I A 




1973-74 


96-68 W H 
104-83 W H 


1979-80 
1987-88 


85-72 W H 
75-59 W H 


George Mason 


1948-49 


51-53 L A 
52-56 L H 
71-65 W A 


1986-87 


72-76 


I A 




64-61 W A 
85-66 W N-occ2 


Eastern Kentucky 


Morylond leads, M 

1981-82 74-62 W H 


1949-50 


1987-33 


74-78 
83-96 


L H 
L H 


1974-75 


83-77 W H 
104-80 W A 


Maryland 

1973-74 


leads, 1-0 

106-57 W H 


1935-86 
1989-90 


81-80 W A 
104-86 W N<ham 


1950-51 
1951-52 


58-47 W H 
55-40 W H 




82-104 
84-67 


L A 
W N-acc2 


1975-76 


102-91 W H 

67-69 L A 

80-78 (0T| W N-acc5 

65-64 W A 


East Tennessee State 


1999-00 


69-66 W H 


1952-53 


61-71 L A 
45-54 I H 


1988-39 


74-87 
66-67 


L A 
I H 




Maryland leads, 2-0 


George Washington 




48-49 L A 


1939-90 


84-90 


L H 


1976-77 


1974-75 


104-87 W H 


Morylond leoc 


s, 33-25 


1953-54 


56-58 (OT) L A 




78-80 


L A 




85-72 W H 
78-88 I H 
70-81 L A 
69-81 L N-0CC2 
78-87 I A 
70-68 W H 


1989-90 


91-86 W N-cham 


1913-14 


NA L H 




53-50 W H 


1990-91 


65-30 


I A 


1977-78 


Evansville 


1918-19 


11-25 I NA 
20-53 L NA 


1954-55 
1955-56 


60-43 W H 
62-57 (OT) W A 


1991-92 


96-93 
67-92 


W H 
I A 




The series Is tied, 1-1 


1923-24 


41-22 W NA 




72-61 W H 




65-67 


L H 


1978-79 


1953-54 
1991-92 


66-58 W N-aacity 
64-75 L N-fiesto 


1938-39 


19-20 L NA 
24-37 I A 


1956-57 


82-69 W H 
62-59 W A 


1992-93 


75-85 
79-93 


L H 
L A 


1979-80 

1980-81 
1981-82 


101-82 W H 
61-66 L A 
72-73 L N-OCC2 
94-79 W H 
54-55 I A 
56-53 W N-occS 
40-36 W A 
7760 W H 


Fairleich Dickinson 

Morylond leads, 50 

1980-81 109-83 W H 
1985-86 74-51 W H 
1986-87 70-59 W H 
1997-98 81-70 W H 
1999-00 104-45 W H 


1939-40 
194a41 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1945-46 
1946-47 

1947-48 


26-44 L H 
28-61 I A 
29-47 I H 
43-43 I A 
48-35 W H 
44-43 W H 
48-63 L H 
49-65 I A 


1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 


55-45 W A 
56-46 W H 
61-53 W H 
67-56 W A 
59-43 W H 
51-66 I A 
73-67 W A 
55-47 W H 


1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 

199(1^97 


91-83 
71-33 
80-67 
91-100 
84-98 
88-74 
79-84 
77-63 


W A 
I H 
H W 
L A 
L ' 

W H 

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76-68 
70^7 
81h69 
83-65 
77-62 
91-60 
68-69 
92-70 



W A 

W A 

W H 

W N-0CC2 

W H 

W A 

I A 

W H 



CONZACA 

Maryland leads, I -0 



1994-95 



87-63 W N-ncool5 



Hawaii 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1984-85 79-71 W A-roin 

1996 97 76-59 W A-rain 

Hawaii-Pacific 

Marylond leads, 1-0 

1985-86 92-85 W A-hpac 

HOFSTRA 

Ma^land leads, 3-0 



1981-82 
199394 
1998-99 



94-59 
93-67 
89-59 



Holy Cross 

Maryland leods, ^ 



1971-72 
1973-74 
1982-83 
198485 



102-79 
102-75 
55-53 
99-75 



W H 
W N-hl 
W H 



W A 

W H-mdinv 

W N-wor 

W H 



Houston 

The series is tied, 1-1 

1965 66 69-68 W N-sb 

1982-83 50-60 L N-ncaalO 

Howard 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



1992-93 
1995-96 
1996-97 



109-69 W H 
88-71 W H 
9355 W H 



Illinois 

Maryland leads, 2-1 



1983-84 
1997-98 
1999-00 

Indiana 

Indiana leads, 4-0 

1933-34 
1934-35 
1959-60 
1980-81 



70-72 I N-ncool2 
67-61 W N-ncaal9 
69-67 W N-bbi 



17-30 
25-30 
63-72 
64-99 



1 H 

I N-blgr 
I N-ncao7 



lONA 

Moryland leads, 1-0 

199900 74-59 W N-ncoa23 

Iowa 

Mar/land leads, 2-0 

1984-85 78-68 |0T| W N-roin 

1999-00 83-65 W N-bali 

Jacksonville 

Moryland leads, 2-1 



1971-72 
1989-90 

1990-91 



91-77 
6853 

70-71 



W N-nill 
W H 
t A 



James Madison 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1986-87 90-76 

Johns Hopkins 

Moryland leads, 1 5-4 



1927-28 



1928-29 



1929-30 



2a22 I A 

23-19 W H 

2a30 L H 

19-18 W A 

41-24 W H 

39-24 W A 



1930-31 


33-20 


w 


A 


1931-32 


3326 


W 


A 




38-24 


W 


H 


1932-33 


2737 


L 


A 




3531 


W 


H 


1933-34 


32-37 


I 


A 




32-19 


w 


H 


1934-35 


4135 


w 


A 




52-25 


w 


H 


1935-36 


45-40 


w 


H 


1936-37 


54-31 


w 


H 


1937-38 


56-30 


w 


H 


1983-84 


108-65 


w 


H 


Kansas 








Konsos leads, 3-1 






1964-65 


61-63 (0T| 


t 


H 


1965-66 


62-71 


I 


A 


1984-85 


56-58 


t 


N-shool 


1997-98 


86-83 


w 


N-fnb2 



Kansas State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



1965-66 



6357 W A 



Kentucky 






Kentucky leads, 6-4 




1927-28 




37-7 


W H 


1929-30 




21-26 


L N-scI 


1930-31 




29-27 


W Nsct 


1955-56 




61-62 


L H 


1956-57 




55-76 


I A 


1957-58 




71-62 


W H 


1958-59 


56-58 (OT) 


I A 


1987-88 




81-90 


L N-ncoo 


1995-96 




84-96 


I N-to 


199899 




91-103 


I A 


1999-00 




58-61 


I N-pnit2 






72-66 


W H 



Kentucky Wesleyan 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1953-54 54-37 W A^iocily 

Kent State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



1972-73 



76-58 W H 



Lafayette 

Moryland leads, 4-0 



1924-25 
1981-82 
1990-91 
1996-97 



30-15 
32-58 
64-48 
108-67 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Lamar 

Marylond leads, 1-0 



19 



74-65 W N-sbt 



La Salle 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



1983-84 
1992-93 
1994-95 



96-83 W H-r 
93-76 W A 
96-80 W H 



idinv 



Lehigh 

Moryland leads, 1-0 



1970-71 



85-66 W H 



Long Island 

Marylond leods, 7-0 



1971-72 
1972-73 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1981-82 



78-60 
100-73 
99-84 
111-88 
49-45 
94-64 
87-79 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Louisiana State 

Tile series is tied, 2-2 



1930-31 
1963-64 
1987-88 
1988-89 



37-33 W Nsct 

75-65 W N-vpi 

54-55 I. A 

77-79 L H 



Louisville 

Louisville leods, 5-1 



Miami (Fla.I 

The series is tied, 3-3 



1961-62 
1974-75 
1978-79 
1980-81 
1991-92 
1992-93 



64-83 
82-96 
84-99 
67-78 
79-96 



I N-sb 

L N-ncoo 13 

I H 

I A 

I A 



72-67 W H 



Loyola IMd.I 

Mar/tand leods, 7-5 



1913-14 
1930-31 
1931-32 
1947-48 
1948-49 
1958-59 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1984-85 
1987 88 
1993-94 
1994-95 



I A 

I H 

I H 

L H 

L A 



NA 
30-33 
27-28 
52-63 
75-77 
54-40 W N-sb 
88-69 W A 
73-60 W A 
81-74 W A 
74-60 W N-mci 
94-71 W H 
92-62 W H 



Maine 

Morylond leads, 1-0 

1969-70 97-68 

Manhattan 

Morylond leads, l-O 
1957-58 59-55 

Marshall 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1968-69 
1980-81 

Md.-Balt. 
(UMBO 

Mar/land leods, 

1986-87 

1988-89 

1989-90 

1990-91 

1992-93 

1993-94 

1994-95 

1996-97 

199798 

1998-99 

1999-00 



W H 



W N-ncao6 



89-80 W A-mil 
114-89 W H-mdin 



County 



11-0 
78-64 
78-66 
113-61 
92-66 

103-80 
89-80 

102-77 
67-31 

104-66 
90-62 
82-52 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Md.-E. Shore (UMESl 

Maryland leads, 1 3-0 



1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1995-96 



82-58 
81-65 
76«4 
91-70 

104-69 
87-48 
91-44 

117-51 

101-51 
97-53 

115-60 
94-63 

104-66 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Massachusetts 

Massachusetts leads, 4-2 



1989-90 
1993-94 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 



91-81 
8a94 
95-87 
74-85 
47-50 
61-78 



W H-nil 

I N-hf 

W N-ncoo5 

I N-bal 

I N-fnbl 

L N-wor 



Memphis State 

Memphis State leods, 2-0 
1957-58 46-47 (30T) I N-sb 
1966-67 53-55 I Amsi 



138 



1953-54 
1961-62 
1964-65 
1967-68 
1968-69 
1970-71 



63-57 
71-68 
73-80 
73-93 
85-92 
111-77 



Miami IOhioI 

Morylond leads, 2-0 



1979-80 
1985-86 



115-76 
69-68 |0T| 



W A 
W A 

I A-hc 
I A 
I N-mil 
W H 



W H-mdinv 
W N-ncoa7 



Michigan 

Michigon leads, 3-1 



1926-27 
1933-34 
1937-38 
1993-94 



25-39 
29-25 
26-33 
71-78 



A 
H 
H 
N-ncoo 14 



Michigan State 

Michigan State leods, 1-0 



1955-56 



75-95 I H-mwf 



Minnesota 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



1960-61 
1961-62 



64-53 
75-69 



W A 
W H 



Mississippi 

The series is tied, 1-1 



1928-29 
1987-88 



35-37 I NA 
74-69 W N-mci 



Mississippi State 

Mississippi State leads, 3-0 



1925-26 
1958-59 
1961-62 



19-22 t N-sc 
45-56 I Nsb 
62-64 I N-sb 



Missouri 

Missouri leods, 3-1 
1987-88 85-93 

1988-89 73-87 

1995-96 9172 

1997-98 79-83 

Monmouth 

Maryland leods, 1-0 
1988-89 74-70 

Montana State 

Maryland leods, 1-0 
1956-57 89-72 

Morgan State 

Morylond leods, 4-0 



I A 

L H 

W H 

L A 



W H 



W N-aocity 



1988-89 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 



73-61 
103-63 

85-62 
138-72 



W H 

W H 

W H 

W H 



Mount St. Joseph 

Mt. St. Joseph's leads, 2-1 

1910-11 22-20 W H 

1913-14 NA I H 

NA L A 

Mount St. Mary's 

Morylond leads, 3-0 



1987-88 
1991-92 
1997-98 



82-54 W A 
83-53 W H 
102-74 W H 



Navy 

Morylond leods, 30-26 



1924-25 
1925-26 
192«7 
1927-28 
1928-29 
1929-30 
1930-31 
1931-32 



16-23 
21-12 
30-32 
26-35 



I A 

W A 

t A 

I A 



3a27 W A 
43-39 W A 



33-36 
26-15 



I A 
W H 



1932-33 
1933-34 
1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 
1937-38 
1938-39 
194041 
1941-42 
1942-43 
1943-44 
1944-45 
1945-46 
194647 
1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
195051 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954J5 
1955-56 
195657 
1957-58 

1958-59 
1959-60 
196061 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 

1965-46 
1966^57 
1968-69 
1969-70 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1978-79 
198081 
1982-83 
1984-85 



21-59 
27-46 
3643 
32-20 
37-53 
3437 
37-47 
27-52 
47-61 
63-54 
35^59 
33-70 
35-44 
27-55 
47-51 
46-52 
62-75 
47-51 
48-45 
47-51 
61-60 |0T) 
6054 
8061 
55-56 
88-58 
64-51 
5053 
51-50 
63-62 
58-67 
67-61 
55^58 
77-58 
7057 
74-69 
76-72 
68-72 
73-57 
85-60 
76-67 
72-50 
83-73 
87-69 
64-54 
82-62 
86-64 
98-73 
64-59 



i A 

I A 

I A 

W A 



A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 
W H 
L A 
W H 
W A 
I H 
W A 
W H 
I A 
W H 
L A 
W H 
W A 
W H 
W H 
L A 
W H 
W A 
W A 
W A 
W A 
W A 
W N<ap 
W H 
W H 
W H 
W N-ncaa7 



Nev. Las Vegas (UNLVl 

Nevodo Los Vegos leods, 4-1 

1977-78 81-68 W H 

1978-79 88-94 L A 

1984-85 76-78 L A 

1985-86 61-64 L H 

64-70 L N-ncao8 

New Mexico A&M 

New Mexico A&M leads, 1-0 
1956-57 43-45 L N-oocity 

New York University 

NYU leods, 2-0 

191011 7-25 L H 

1937-38 27-42 L H 

Niagara 

Morylond leods, 1-0 



1971-72 



100-69 W N-nill 



North Carolina 

North Corolino leads, 10449 



1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 
192627 



1928-29 
1929-30 



193031 



2026 
16-21 
23-22 
28-0 
23-32 
23-19 
22-28 
36-33 
29-22 
33-31 
19-18 



I H 

L H 

W H 

W H 

L H 

W A 

I H 

W H 

W A 

W H 

W N-sct 



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1931-32 


2625 W H 


1975-76 93-95 |0T) 


L A 




21-19 W A 


6758 


W A 


1978-79 72-79 


L H-nit 






2632 I A 


69-81 


L H 


1936-37 


33-35 I A 


1983-84 59-55 


W A 


1983-84 68-72 


L N-meodo 




1932-33 


42-29 W H 


1976-77 68-71 


L H 




41-35 W H 


63-50 


W H 


1984-85 7673 


W H 




1933-34 


24-28 I H 


70-97 


L A 




35-42 L N-sct 


69-63 


W N-OCC2 


1985-86 6678 


L A 




1934-35 


31-39 L H 


1977-78 71-85 


L A 


1938-39 


40-46 L A 


1984-85 58-56 


W H 


Ohio University 






1935-36 


32-44 L H 


64-66 


L H 




53-29 W N-scI 


71-70 


W A 






1936-37 


24-41 L A 


1978-79 53-54 


I H 


1939-40 


43-36 W A 


1985-86 55-67 


L H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 








35-44 L H 


67-76 


I A 


1943-44 


23-42 L N-scI 


6766 


W A 


1981-82 90-64 


H W 




1937-38 


24-43 L A 


79-102 


I N<.cc2 


1944-45 


32-46 L A 


1986-87 47-67 


I A 


Oklahoma 






1938-39 


34-32 W H 


1979-80 92-86 


W A 




4257 L H 


72-85 


I H 


The series is tied, 1-1 
1992-93 89-78 
1993-94 85-88 








6641 W A 


70-69 


W H 


1945-46 


4739 W A 


1987-88 81-83 


I H 


W N-boll 
L N-myriod 




1940-41 


36-55 t H 


1980-81 6675 


t A 




37-33 W H 


68-74 


I A 






29-44 L A 


63-76 


I H 


1946-47 


43-55 t N-sct 


1988-89 6790 


I H 




1941-42 


30-34 L H 


60-61 


I N-0CC5 


1950-51 


45-54 L N-scl 


77-94 


L A 


Oklahoma State I 




1942-43 


47-40 W H 


1981-82 50^56 


L H 


1954-55 


68-64 W H 


71-49 


W N-acc4 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1966-67 50-49 








40-31 W A 


56-59 


L A 




58-78 L A 


1989-90 61-81 


I A 


W N-msi 




1944-45 


28-53 L A 


1982-83 71-72 


L A 


1955-56 


64-73 I H 


96-95 


W H 








1945-46 


28-64 L A 


106-94 


W H 




71-62 W A 


1990-91 104-100 


W H 


Penn State 








31-33 L H 


1983-84 62-74 


L H 


195657 


79-66 W H 


91-114 


I A 


The series is tied, 8-8 








2754 L N-scI 


63-78 


I A 




56-49 W A 


1991-92 88-94 


L A 


1913-14 NA 


I A 




1946-47 


42-58 L A 


1984-85 74-75 


L H 


1957-58 


48-57 L H 


7774 


W H 


1960-61 64-47 


W H 






61-57 W H 


54-60 


L A 




64-69 130T) L A 


1992-93 70-65 


W A 


1961-62 65-71 


L A 




1947-48 


46-70 L A 


1985-86 6771 


L H 


1958-59 


53-55 L H 


88-71 


W H 


1962-63 61-62 


L H 






47-51 I H 


7772 |0T) 


W A 




37-53 L A 


7655 


W N-occl 


1963-64 62-91 


t A 




1948-49 


47-55 I A 


85-75 


W N-OCC2 


1959-60 


63-53 W H 


1993-94 102-70 


W H 


1964-65 72-71 


W H 






52-66 I H 


198687 86-93 


L H 




4648 L A 


71-79 


I A 


1965-66 61-65 


I A 






61-79 I N-sd 


65-98 


L A 




58-74 L N-acc3 


1994-95 84-67 


W A 


1966-67 76-53 


W H 




1949-50 


53-55 I A 


63-82 


L N-acc5 


1960*1 


67-75 L N-dc 


84-71 


W H 


1967-68 71-76 


L A 






56-69 I H 


1987-88 65-71 


L H 




75-57 W H 


1995-96 77-74 


W H 


1968-69 66-56 


W H 




1950-51 


67-59 W A 


73-74 


L A 




66-83 L A 


86-84 


W A 


1977-78 89-80 


W N-her 






56-55 W H 


64-74 


L N-acc2 


1961-62 


68-73 jOT) L H 


1996-97 68-59 


W A 


1978-79 69-61 


W N-her 




1951-52 


47-51 L A 


1988-89 72-88 


L A 




61-68 L A 


6655 


W H 


1979-80 56-55 


W N-her 






71-51 W H 


75-86 


L H 


1962-63 


74-76 L H 


58-65 


L N-occl 


1982-83 79-97 


L N-bolt 




1952-53 


49-59 I A 


58-88 


L N-0CC4 




59-79 L A 


1997-98 68-65 


W A 


1983-84 67-58 


W N-her 






68-66 W H 


1989-90 98-88 


W H 


1963-64 


72-62 W H 


78-63 


W H 


1989-90 78-80 


L A-nit 




1954-55 


7a60 W A 


80-76 


W A 




65-66 L A 


1998-99 94-48 


W H 


Pennsylvania 








63-61 W H 


1990-91 73-105 


L A 


1964-65 


62-63 L H 


63-50 


W A 






1955-56 


62-68 L H 


75-87 


L H 




67-73 L A 


1999-00 6668 


L A 


Pennsylvania leods, 1 2-2 








55-64 L A 


1991-92 76-96 


L A 




67-76 L N-acc3 


78-73 


W H 


192627 2dH21 


W A 




1956-57 


61-70 L A 


82-80 


W H 


1965-66 


59-48 W H 


64-61 


W N-occl 


1927-28 26-30 


L A 




1957-58 


61-65 |20T| L H 
74-61 W H 


1992-93 73-101 
63-77 


L A 
L H 


1966-67 


58-60 |0T| A L 
54-38 W A 


Northeastern 




1928-29 18-30 
1938-39 24-36 


L A 
L A 






59-66 L A 


66-102 


L N-occl 




60-55 W H 


Maryland leads, 1 -0 




1939-40 34-41 


L A 






8674 W N-0CC3 


1993-94 7a75 


L H 


1967-68 


62-75 I H 


1985-86 84-72 


W H 


1940-41 32-43 


L A 




1958-59 


57-64 L A 


89-95 


L A 




52-68 L A 


Northwestern 




1942-43 49-51 


L A 






69-51 W H 


1994-95 90-100 


L A 




54-63 I N-occl 






1946-47 54-80 


L A 




1959-60 


6675 L H 


8673 


W H 


1968-69 


69-85 I A 


Northwestern leads, 1-0 




1948-49 6781 


L A 






64-81 L A 


92-97 lOTl 


L N-occl 




81-86 L H 


1958-59 62-66 


L A 


1949-50 52-54 


L A 




1960-61 


57-81 L N-dc 


1995-96 86-88 


L H 


1969-70 


57-91 t A 


North Texas 




1950-51 65-74 


L A 






52-58 L HL 


84-78 


W A 




54-64 I H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 




1951-52 52-53 


L A 






56-63 I A 


199697 85-75 


W A 




57-67 L N-occl 


1998-99 132-57 


W H 


1952-53 53-70 


I A 




1961-62 


7962 W H 


81-93 


L H 


1970-71 


81-83 L H 






1996-97 103-73 


W N-boll 






67-70 I A 


1997-98 89-83 (OTl 


W H 




61-71 I A 


Notre Dame 




Penn Military Academy 




1962-63 


56-78 I H 
68-82 L A 


6785 
73-83 (OT) 


L A 

L N-acc2 


1971-72 


83-70 W H 
66-65 W A 


The series is tied, 8-8 

1974-75 90-82 


W H 


Penn Military Academy leads, 1-0 

1910-11 19-50 L A 




1963-64 


88-97 L A 


199899 89-76 


W A 


1972-73 


85-87 L H 


83-71 


W N-ncaol3 






74-64 W H 


81-64 


W H 




78-89 L A 


1975-76 69-63 


W A 


Pepperdine 






1964-65 


76-68 W H 


79-86 


L N-acc2 




74-76 L N<.cc2 


1976-77 79-80 


L H 


Maryland leods, 1-0 

1985-86 69-64 








90-81 W A 


1999-00 63-75 


L A 


1973-74 


74-80 L A 


1977-78 54-69 


I A 


W N-ncoo8 




1965-66 


52-67 L A 


81-73 


W H 




80-86 L H 


1978-79 67-66 


W H 










77-66 W H 


UNC ASHEVILLE 






100-103 (OT) L N-occl 


1979-80 63-64 


L A 


Pittsburgh 








70-77 N L-acc3 




1974-75 


103-85 W H 


1980-81 70-73 


L H 


Maryland leads, 5-1 






1966-67 


77-85 L A 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






98-97 W A 


1981-82 51-55 


L A 


1976-77 88-75 


W H 






78-79 L H 


1997-98 110-52 


W H 




85-87 L H-aca 


1982-83 68^57 


W H 


1977-78 8689 (OT] 


L A 




1967-68 


67-73 L H 


UNC Charlotte 




1975-76 


87-69 W A 


1983-84 47-52 


L A 


1979-80 95-88 


W H 






60-83 L A 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1975-76 70-60 






102-84 W H 


1984-85 77-65 


W H 


1980-81 69-66 |0T) 


W A 




1968-69 


87-107 L A 


W H 


1976-77 


87-80 W H 


1985-86 62-69 


I A 


1996-97 6<^63 


W N-roin 






8688 L H 




75-73 W A 


198687 50-63 


t H 


1998-99 87-52 


W N-prs 




1969-70 


69-77 L H 


UNC Greensboro 




72-82 L N-occ2 


1987-88 78-75 


W A 


Princeton 








83-90 I A 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

1991-92 84-55 




197778 


82-88 L A 


1999-00 72-67 


W N-pnit2 






197a71 


79-105 I A 
76-100 I H 


W H 


73-80 L H 
109-108 (3 OTl W N-acc2 


Old Dominion 




Maryland leads, 4-2 
1925-26 32-26 


W H 




1971-72 


72-92 I A 


UNC Wilmington 


1978-79 


124-110 W H 


Marylond leods, 4-1 




1968-69 63-72 


L H 






79-77 lOT) W H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 






82-81 (2 0T| W A 


1982-83 87-67 


W H 


1969-70 67-75 


t A 






64-73 L N-cicc2 


1997-98 74-36 


W H 


1979-80 


62-67 t A 


1983-84 69-58 


W A 


1975-76 66-59 


W H-mdinv 




1972-73 


94-88 W H 








6662 W H 


1984-85 87-75 


W H 


1976-77 58-45 


W H 






85-95 I A 


NC State 




1980-81 


82-75 W H 


1986-87 73-87 


I A 


1998-99 81-58 


W N-bolt 




1973-74 


73-82 L A 


NC State leods, 67-59 






7672 W A 


198788 70-65 


W A 


Providence 








91-80 W H 
105-85 W N-Qct:2 


1924-25 16-30 
192627 23-38 


L N-scI 

I A 


1981-82 


53-74 L A 
38-52 L H 


Ohio State 




The series is tied, 1-1 






1974-75 


66-69 L H 


1927-28 36-24 


W H 




28-40 L N-0CC2 


Ohio Stole leads, 3-2 




1972-73 89-103 


L N-ncooo 




96-74 VV A 


1929-30 26-28 


I H 


1982-83 


8681 W H 


1934-35 50-41 


W H 


1991-92 76-66 


W N-occbc: 





139 



wr 


1 


jmi 


3-K 


ecc 


ma 


Bool 


k 






\ 


soaa-ai Maryland basketball 


T 
















Macon 


1929-30 


41-25 


W H 


1966 67 


63^i5 




H 


Tenn. Chattanooga 




29-28 W H 


^2S-23 


3-1 
20-33 


I H 


1931-32 
1932-33 


24-20 
3422 


W H 
W H 




53-80 
54-57 




A 

Nocc2 


Maryland leods, 2-0 

198a8l 81-69 W N-ncoo7 


1928-29 


30-22 W A 
22-25 L H 


1937-38 


43-27 


W H 


1933-34 


32-37 


I H 


1967-68 


66^5 


w 


H 


1982-83 52-51 W N-ncoolO 


1929-30 


54-20 W H 


1983-84 


58-52 


W H-mdinv 


1934-35 


17-24 


I H 




59-68 




A 






51-29 W H 


1985-86 


74-50 


W H 


1935-36 


4a28 


W H 


1968-69 


67-79 




A 


Texas-El Paso 


193a31 


31-34 L A 


Rhode Island 




1936-37 
1937-38 


37-39 
38-29 


I A 
W H 




67-69 
71-92 




H 
N-occl 


Texotfl Poso leods, 2-0 

1967-68 53-70 t A-sun 


1931-32 


34-21 W H 
36-31 W A 


Marylofid leads 


2-0 




1971-72 


90-69 


W H-mdinv 


1969-70 


68-101 




H 


1988-89 51-69 I A-sbl 




46-18 W H 


1954-55 


83-66 


W N-aacity 


1998-99 


62076 


I N- 




44-55 




A 


Texas 


1932-33 


19-26 I A 


1978-79 67-65 I30T) 


W H-nit 


ncoo22 






197a71 


70-96 




A 




3728 W H 


Richmond 






St. Joseph'^ 






3130 


w 


H 


Morylond IfloHi, 1-0 


1933-34 


43-20 W A 
















63-71 




N-acc2 


1994-95 82-68 W N-ncaoI5 




28-25 W H 


Maryland leads, 25-14 
IV23-24 24-22 


W A 


Maryland leods, 3-1 
1971-72 67-55 


W N-nill 


1987-88 
1988-89 


82-77 
51-57 


w 


H 
A 


Texas Christian 


1934-35 


44-24 W H 
33-32 W A 


1925-26 


30-14 


W H 


1978-79 


62-56 (OT) 


W H-mdinv 


1989-90 


51-52 




N<(c 


Morylond leads, 1 -0 


1935-36 


40-34 W H 
37-23 W H 


1933-34 


33-44 


I H 


198a81 


74-57 


W H-mdinv 


1990-91 


78-69 


w 


N-ecoc 


1988-89 74-67 W N-free 


1936-37 


1934-35 
1935-36 
1936-37 


26-56 
28-24 
40-51 


L H 
W H 
L A 


1982-83 56^4 

St. Louis 


I H 


1997-98 72-76 I N-bco 

South Carolina State 


Texas Tech 

Mo^lond leods, 1-0 


1937-38 
1938-39 


39-23 W A 
31-21 W H 


1937-38 
1938-39 


26-31 
34-41 


I H 
L A 


Maryland 

1993-94 


eods, 1-0 

74-66 


W N-ncaa5 


Morylond leads 

1998-99 


,1-0 

104-70 


w 


H 


195455 58-54 W N-aocity 
TOWSON 


1940-41 
1941-42 


18-47 I A 
35-34 W A 
36-26 W H 


1939-40 
1940-41 


47-32 
35-19 
36-48 


W N-sct 
W H 
L H 


St. Peter's 




South Florida 






Morylond lends, 12-0 


1942-43 


53-49 W H 


Morylond leads, 1-0 




Morylond leads, 2-0 






1981-82 75-59 W H 




56-42 W A 




17-38 
41-23 


L A 


1981-82 


49-42 


W H 


1989-90 


84-66 


w 


H 


1982-83 66-56 W H 


1943-44 


20-52 L A 


1941-42 


W A 


San Francisco 




1990-91 


87-81 


w 


A 


1984-85 91-38 W H 
1985-86 91-58 W H 


1944-45 


26-49 L H 
26-57 I A 


1942-43 


32-28 


W H 


Maryland 


eods, 2-0 




So. California (USC) 


1986-87 79-71 W H 




33-61 I H 


1943-44 


34-65 


L A 


1973-74 


78-60 


W A-ccc 


Maryland leads. 3-0 






1990-91 93-69 W H 


1945-46 


45-48 t A 


1945-46 
1946-47 


37-31 
39-41 
49-68 


W H 
I H 
L A 


1999-00 


71-61 


W H-pnill 


1978-79 


83-79 


w 


H-mdinv 


1991-92 83-76 W H 




37-36 W H 


Santa Clara 




1989-90 


64-62 


w 


A 


1992-93 78-68 W H 


194748 


44-64 I A 














1990-91 


72-59 


w 


H 


1993-94 109-71 W N-boll 




56-68 I H 


1947-48 
1948-49 


60-53 
45-54 


W H 
L H 


The series i 

1973-74 


tied, 1-1 
53-32 


W A-ccc 


Southern Illinois 




1994-95 120-73 W H 
1995-96 70-67 W N-boll 


1948-49 


47-53 I H 
43-79 I A 




66-51 


W A 


1995-96 


79-91 


L N-ncoo 17 


Southern Illinois 


leods, 1-0 






1996-97 93-76 W H 


1949-50 


56^56 L A 


1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 


49-59 
67-48 
48-42 
42-33 
55-45 


I A 
W H 
W A 
W H 
W H 


Seton Hall 

Maryland leads, 2-1 
1941-42 15-59 
1970-71 56-55 


I A 
W A 


1967-68 

Stanford 

Morylond leads 

1985-86 


72-73 

2-0 

67-65 


L 
W 


N-sun 

N-hpcc 
N-bbt 


TULANE 

Morylond leads, 1-0 

1999-00 78-70 W H-pnitI 


1950-51 
1951-52 


70-52 W H 
59-57 W H 
46-43 W A 
59-42 W A 




54-50 


W A 


1975-76 


104-69 


W H-mdinv 


1998-99 


62-60 


w 


Tulsa 


1952-53 


63-53 W H 
71-61 W H 


1952-53 63-60 (OTl 

AA.AO 


W A 
L H 


South Carolina 




Staunton Mil. Acad. 


Tulsa leods, 1-0 

1964-65 66-59 W N-hc 




59-56 W A 


1953-54 


72-64 


W A 


Moryland leods, 31-26 




Staunton Milito^ Academy leods, 1-0 




1953-54 


70^54 W H 




71-73 


L H 


1924-25 


38-22 


W H 


1910-11 


24-58 


l 


A 


UCLA 




70-56 W A 


1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 


99-67 
76-61 
82-50 


W H 
W H 
W A 


1932-33 
1934-35 


28-65 

35-21 


I N-scI 
W H 


Stevens Institute 




UCIA leods, 5-2 

1973-74 64-65 L A 


1954-55 


72-69 W A 
78-65 W H 


1939-40 


30-33 


L A 


Maryland leads 


4-1 






1974-75 75-81 I H-mdinv 




67-68 (0T| L N-0CC3 


1973-74 


96-60 


W A 


1947-48 


68-54 


W H 


1924-25 


21-17 


w 


A 


1981-82 57-90 L A 


1955-56 


67-55 W H 


1974-75 


106-81 


W H 




5453 


W A 




21-17 


w 


H 


1982-83 8a79(2 0T| W H 




60-73 I A 


1975-76 


98-71 


W A 


1948-49 


79-49 


W H 


1925-26 


24-27 


L 


H 


1995-96 , 63-73 L N-v/ood 


1956-57 


67-63 W A 


1976-77 


90-87 


W H 




57-56 


W A 


1926-27 


27-18 


w 


H 


1998-99 7a54 W N-prs 




43-39 W N-oocity 


1981-82 


66-50 


W A-nil 


1949-50 


56-61 
44-59 


I H 
I A 


1927-28 


31-24 


w 


H 


1999-00 7a 105 I N-ncoa23 




85-64 W H 
71-68 W N-acc3 


Rider 






1950-51 


43-70 


L A 


Syracuse 








Utah 


1957-58 


87-66 W A 


Maryland leads, 3-0 






47-37 


W H 


Maryland leods, 5-0 






Morylond leods, 1-0 




69-56 W H 


1991-92 


83-69 


W H 


195354 


53-49 


W A 


1971-72 


71-65 


w 


N-nill 


1994-95 90-78 W N-moui 




7066 W N-0CC3 


1993-94 


93-79 


W H 




79-48 


W H 


1972-73 


90-76 


w 


H-mdinv 


Utah State 


1958-59 


63-56 W H 


1995-96 


83-67 


W H 


1954-55 


68-51 


W H 




91-75 


w 


N-ncoo6 




50^52 I A 










68-52 


W A 


1976-77 


96-85 


w 


H-mdinv 


Maryland leods, 1-0 




65-66 I N.occ3 


Rutgers 






1955-56 


76-57 


W H 


198a81 


83-73 


w 


A<c 


1997-98 82-68 W N-ncaol9 


1959-60 


7062 W H 


The senes is tied, 3-3 






59-53 


W A 


Tampa 








Valparaiso 




44-43 W A 


1939-40 


51-39 


W A 


1956-57 


60-68 


I A 












1960-61 


57-52 W A 


1940-41 


45-50 


I H 




66-59 


W H 


Morylond leads. 


2-0 






Morylond leads, 1-0 




77-62 W H 


1950 51 


51-45 


W H 




64-74 


L N-acc3 


1953-54 


61-51 


w 


A 


1998-99 82-60 W N-ncao21 


1961-62 


91-70 W A 


1951-52 


55-61 


I A 


1957-58 


72-59 


W A 


1970-71 


8a72 


w 


H 


Vanderbilt 




68-72 I H 


1990-91 


86-81 


W N-ecac 




99-59 


W H 


Temple 








Mo^lond leads, 1-0 

1957-58 71-56 W N-sb 


1962-63 


67-61 W A 


1991-92 


79-95 


I N-fiesto 


1958-59 


59-41 


W A 


Temple leods, 3-2 








69-71 I H 


Sacramento State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1959-60 


75-45 
85-52 
72-55 


W H 
W H 
W A 


1948-49 
195758 
1979-80 


49-67 
67-71 
85-63 


L 

t 
w 


A 

N-ncaa6 

H-mdinv 


Villanova 

Villonovo leads, 2-1 


1963-64 
1964-65 


68-58 W H 
73-79 I A 
59-61 I A 


1989-90 


98-68 


W N-cham 


1960-61 


72-58 


W H 


199798 


83-66 


w 


N-ball 


1984-85 77-74 W H 




52-47 W H 


St. Franc s (Pa.) 




61-64 


L A 


1999-00 


65-73 


L 


A 


1984-85 43-46 i N-ncooll 


1965-66 


62-65 I H 


Moryland leads. 






1961-62 


77-86 


I H 










1985-86 62-64 I A 




71-64 W A 


1-0 






68-85 


I A 


Tennessee 










1966«7 


85-65 W A 


1955-56 


75-66 


W H-mwf 


1962-63 


68-63 


W H 


Morylond leods. 


2-1 






Virginia 




87-76 W H 


St. John's 








51-44 


W A 


1963-64 


59-70 


I 


N-vpi 


Morylond leads, 93-58 


1967-68 


85-76 W H 


Maryland leads, 8-6 




1963-64 


69-73 |0T) 


I H 


1979-80 


86-75 


w 


N-ncoo9 


1923-24 13-26 L A 




68-70 I A 


1913-14 


NA 


L A 




64-74 


I A 


1984-85 


72-49 


w 


N-shoot 


1924-25 24-18 W H 


1968-69 


77-78 I H 




NA 


L A 


1964-65 


75-70 


W A 










36-25 W A 




78-84 1 A 


1927-28 


25-22 


W H 




73-59 


W H 










1925-26 28-34 t A 


1969-70 


69-71 I A 


1928-29 


2ai8 


W H 


1965-66 


78-63 
56-42 


W A 

W H 










3a21 W H 
1926-27 17-22 L A 


197071 


79-71 W H 
63-78 t A 
















I40 













MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



jMI31meJ?ecord3o6ltJ 





89-84 


W H 


193(1^37 


48-28 


W A 




78-81 


I A 


1926-27 


18-22 


L H 


8678 


W A 




1971-72 


57-78 


L A 




45-28 


W H 


1962-63 


74-85 


I H 


1927-28 


22-20 


W H 


1965-66 74-76 


L A 






45-42 


W H 


1937-38 


42-27 


W A 




54-75 


I A 


1930-31 


32-33 


I H 


107-92 


W H 






62-57 


W N-0CC2 




45-33 


W H 




41-80 


I N-acc3 


1931-32 


3616 


W H 


1966-67 82-81 (0T| 


W A 




1972-73 


93-74 


W H 


1938-39 


43-33 


W H 


1963-64 


91-82 


W A 


1932-33 


35-27 


W H 


58-61 


L H 






92-81 


W A 




27-25 


W H 




77-79 


L H 


1933-34 


44-33 


W H 


1967-68 79-75 


W H 




1973-74 


88-81 


W A 


1940-41 


30^54 


W A 


1964-65 


82-64 


W H 


1934-35 


43-27 


W H 


66-83 


L A 






110-75 


W H 




27-41 


L H 




93-85 


W A 


1935-36 


46-34 


W H 


1968-69 65-86 


L A 




1974-75 


86-79 


W H 


1941-42 


41-46 


L A 


1965-66 


87-66 


W H 




56-30 


W A 


91-84 


W H 






7a51 


W A 




39-36 


W H 




86-78 


W A 


193d^37 


41-20 


W A 


1969-70 83-76 


W H 




1975-76 


69-66 


W A 


1942-43 


34-35 


I A 


1966^57 


59-86 


L H 


1937-38 


43-42 


W A 


78-83 


L A 






81-73 


W H 




3536 


L H 




64-78 


L A 


1938-39 


47-37 


W H 


197071 81-83 


I H 






65-73 


L N-acc5 


1943-44 


43-36 


W H 


1967-68 


60-73 


L A 


1940-41 


26-18 


W H 


1983-84 102-77 


W N-ncooll 




1976-77 


82-67 


W H 




3129 


W A 




87-74 


W H 


1941-42 


28-25 


W H 


1984-85 56-47 


W H 




1977-78 
1978-79 


68-77 
64-66 
7a79 
63-69 


L A 
L A 

L H 
L H 


1944-45 
1946-47 


46-28 
27-35 
61-50 
53-45 


W H 
L A 
W A 
W H 


1968-69 
1969-70 


87-95 

71-93 

87-104 

96-88 


L A 
I A 
t H 
W A 


Washington & Lee 

Maryland leads, 27-24 

1910-11 17-46 L A 


1985-86 42-41 
1986-87 65-62 
1987-88 49-75 
1988-89 61-69 


W A 
W H 
I A 
L H 




1979-80 


72-75 
63-61 
82-71 
64-66 
63-74 
85-62 
40^5 (OTl 
47-46 |0T) 


I A 
W A 
W H 

L H 

L A 
W N-acc5 

L A 
W H 


1947-48 
1948-49 


53-46 
63-48 
53-45 


W A 
W H 
W A 


1970-71 
1971-72 


72-71 
66-72 
49-46 


W H 
I A 
W A 


1913-14 
1923-24 


NA 
22-21 


L n 
L A 
W NA 


1990-91 85-90 
1991-92 101-91 
1992-93 72-86 


I A 
W H 

L A 




1980-81 


1949-50 


7a55 
65-53 


I H 
W H 


1972-73 


64-56 |0T| 
105-76 


W H 
W H 


1925-26 


4027 
33-20 


W H 
W A 


Western Carolina 




1981-82 


1950-51 


61-62 
46-41 
65-46 


I A 
W A 
W H 


1973-74 


60-62 
73-65 
72-59 


L A 

W N-0CC2 
W A 


1926-27 
1927-28 


44-32 
32-34 
28-24 
31-28 
22-47 


W H 
I A 
W H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

1998-99 113-46 W H 

Western Kentucky 




1982-83 


64-83 


I H 


1951-52 


57-39 
64-46 


W A 
W H 


1974-75 


77-68 

99-78 


W H 
W A 


1928-29 


W A 
I H 


Moryland leods, 2-0 






1983-84 


81-83 
67-66 
74-65 
71-58 
60-55 
49-70 
87-72 


t A 
W A 
W H 
W H 
W A 

I A 
W H 


1952-53 


54-37 
67-41 


W A 
W H 


1975-76 


89-73 
93-96 


W H 
L A 


1929-30 


18-42 
25-29 


t A 
W H 


1971-72 103-67 
1977-78 91-78 


W H-mdinv 
W H-mdinv 




1984-85 
1985-86 


Virginia Tech 

Marylond leads, 22-3 

1925-26 19-17 


W A 


1976-77 
1977-78 


105-91 

85-86 (OT) 

81-80 

75-84 


W H 
L H 

W A 
L A 


1930-31 
1931-32 


21-36 
36-21 
28-17 
42-38 


L A 
W A 
W H 
W A 


Western Maryland 

Moryland leads, 9-0 

1926-27 32-25 W H 

1927-28 30-29 W H 




198(^87 


64-71 
77-82 


I H 
I A 


1927-28 


JU-14 
29-20 
30-10 


W H 
W A 
W H 


1978-79 


91-89 
60-66 
54-53 
84-76 
83-77 
60-67 
94-80 
61-56 


W H 
L H 
W A 
W A 
W H 
L A 
W H 
W H 


1932-33 
1933-34 


49-19 
4043 
37-45 


W H 
L A 
I N-scI 


1928-29 32-17 
1929-30 38-17 


W H 
W H 




1987-88 


72-84 
69-63 


L A 
W H 


1928-29 
1929-30 


29-39 
41-29 


I A 
W H 


1979-80 


1934-35 

1935-36 


29-33 
27-30 


L H 
L A 


1930-31 45-35 
1931-32 35-15 


W H 
W H 




1988-89 
1989-90 


58-64 |0T| 
59-86 
74-72 
89-74 
62-76 

78-74 |0T| 
75-82 


L H 

L A 
W A 
W H 

t H 
W A 

L A 


1930-31 
193233 


34-23 
33-16 
40-20 


W A 
W H 
W A 


1980-81 
1981-82 


1936-37 


54-55 
32-38 
27-51 


I H 
I N-sct 

L A 


1932-33 37-32 
1933-34 49-33 
1936-37 48-36 


W H 
W H 
W H 




1990-91 
1991-92 




37-21 


W H 




42-48 


L A 




35-41 


L H 


Wichita State 






1933-34 


29-24 
34-32 


W A 
W H 


1982-83 


66-79 
83-75 


L A 
W H 


1937-38 


29-31 
36-32 


I A 
W H 


Maryland leads, 1-0 
1968-69 95-83 


W N<i 




1937-38 


42-35 


W H 


1983-84 


87-90 


L A 


1938-39 


39-37 


W H 








1992-93 


74-76 
68-70 
74-88 
73-66 
70-68 
63-69 
71-62 
67-92 
80-72 
83-71 
78-62 
7481 
77-70 
74-66 


I H 

L H 

L A 
W A 
W H 

L N-acc5 
W H 

L A 
W A 
W H 
W H 

L A 
W H 
W A 


1939-40 
1940-41 


49-41 
39-48 


W H 
I H 




90-79 
66-64 


W H 

W N-0CC2 


1939-40 


25-44 
43-30 


I H 
W N-scI 


William & Mary 

Maryland leads, 1 iO 




1993-94 


1946-47 


57-49 
55-42 


W A 
W H 


1984-85 


64-62 
69-66 


W A 
W H 


194041 


41-59 
15-42 


L A 
t H 


1928-29 30-20 
1929-30 27-23 


W H 
W H 






1948-49 


60-51 


W H 


1985-86 


77-55 


W H 


1941-42 


44-52 


L A 


1935-36 41-39 


W H 




1994-95 


1950-51 


57-66 


I H 




59-48 


W A 




28-30 


L H 


1936-37 41-29 


W H 




1952-53 


6546 


W H 


1986-87 


58-69 


L A 


1942-43 


4O50 


L A 


1937-38 45-38 


W H 




1995-96 


1953-54 


70-56 
60-52 


W A 
W H 


1987-88 


68-75 
93-76 


L H 
W H 


1946-47 


55-35 
65-60 


W H 
W A 


1953-54 69-54 
74-55 


W A 
W H 




1996-97 


1989-90 


54-41 
89-80 


W A 
W H 


1988-89 


7065 
60-70 


W A 
L A 


1947-48 


59-50 
64-70 


W H 
L A 


1954-55 67-62 
1955-56 52-51 


W A 
W H 




1997-98 


1990-91 

Wagner 


82-67 


W A 


1989-90 


61-75 
88-82 
74-84 


I H 
W H 
L A 


1948-49 
1949-50 


64-38 
66^50 
65-46 


W H 
W A 
W H 


198081 69-64 
1981-82 5043 
1982-83 56-51 


W H 
W A 
W H 




1998-99 


71-66 


W H 


Maryland leads 


1-0 




1990-91 


62-74 


I A 


1950-51 


52-43 


W H 


1983-84 58-44 


W H 




ati/Z W H 

1999-00 91-79 W H 

87-89 |0T| I A 

Virginia Military Inst. 

Maryland leads, 39-10 
1910-11 17-14 W A 
1913-14 NA I A 


1980-81 96-73 

Wake Forest 

The series is tied, 50-50 

1952-53 59-61 (0T| 

1953-54 54-71 

74-53 

56^54 


W A<c 

L N-sct 
L A 
W H 
L N-acc3 


1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 


86-78 
77-66 
76-86 
64-88 
73-86 
61-58 
81-58 


W H 
W A 
L H 
L A 
L H 
W A 
W H 


1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 


65-83 
71-51 
51-43 
58-40 
87-56 
51-25 
76-43 


L A 
W H 
W A 
W A 
W H 
W A 
W H 


1985-86 77-48 

WiNTHROP 

Maryland leads, 3-0 
1986-87 76-58 
1987-88 65-52 
1999-00 76-65 |0T| 


W H 

W H 
W H 
W H 




1923-24 


12-21 


I A 


1954-55 58-62 |0T| 


L H 


1994-95 


76^56 


W H 


West Virginia 




Wisconsin 








34-19 


W N-scI 




71-75 


L A 




54-63 


L A 


West Virgin o leads. 20-1 5 


Wisconsin leads, 2-0 






1925-26 


30-21 


W A 


1955-56 


61-51 


W H 


1995-96 


64-77 


L A 


1925-26 


25-15 


W H 


1931-32 3032 


L A 




1927-28 


23-9 


W A 




6a76 


I A 




78-85 


L H 


1933-34 


24-26 


I A 


1932-33 13-22 


L H 




1928-29 
1929-30 


30-27 
44-25 


W A 
W A 


1956-57 


59-53 
58-62 


W H 
I A 


1996-97 


54-51 

69-74 


W A 
L H 


1934-35 
1935-36 
1941-42 


29-39 
26-51 
36^53 


L H 
I A 
L A 


Wyoming 






1930-31 


38-18 


W A 


1957-58 


72-58 


W H 


1997-98 


60-72 


L A 


Marylond leods, 1-0 








44-20 


W H 




74-67 


W A 




79-83 


L H 




27-41 
33-35 
43-81 
64-70 
52-45 


L H 
L H 
L A 
L H 
W H 


1960-61 84-77 


W N-dc 




1931-32 
1932-33 


43-28 
38-20 
29-30 
45-29 


W A 
W H 
I A 
W H 


1958-59 
1959-60 


68-65 
53-56 
47-54 
64-65 


W H 
I A 
I H 
t A 


1998-99 
1999-00 


92-69 
72-85 
71-53 
73^57 


W H 
L A 
W H 
W A 


1945-46 
1946-47 
195051 
1952-53 


Xavier 

Morylond leods, 1-0 
1976-77 84-74 


W H-mdin, 




1933-34 


36-27 


W H 


1960-61 


6a72 


L H 


Washington College 


1953-54 


71-54 


W A 


Yale 




1934-35 
1935-36 


39-24 
44-29 


W H 
W H 




69-78 
76-98 


L A 

I N-acc3 


Moryland leads, 12-3 

1924-25 11^77 


L H 


1963-64 


74-72 
67-91 


W H 
L A 


Moryland leads, 1-0 
1959-60 103-80 


W H 




53-32 


W A 


196U2 


79-62 


W H 








1964-65 


73-80 lOT] 


L H 









141 



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I Site Key JI^^^B 


■y.y.i\f 


rtii-Aittein.u Cily Tournament, Owensboro, Kentucky 


accl 
, ace 2 

acc3 


ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C (Chorlofle Coliseum} 
ACC Tournoment, Greensboro, N C (Greensboro Coliseum) 
ACC Tournament, Roleigh, N.C (Reynolds Coliseum) 


Opponent (Games Played| 
Air Force (2| 


Record 
2-0 


Gonzogo (1) 
Hawaii (2| 


1-0 
2-0 


Oklahoma Slate (1) 
Penn State (16) 


1-0 
8-8 


occ4 


ACC Tournoment, Atlanta, Ga (Omni) 


Alobomo |3| 


3-0 


Howoii-Pacific ( 1 1 


1-0 


Pennsylvonio (14) 


212 


occ5 


ACC Tournament, Landover, Md (Copitol Centre) 


Alaska ( 1 1 


1-0 


Hofstro (3) 


3-0 


Penn Military Academy ( 1 ) 


0-1 


occbe I 


ACC/Big East Challenge, Richmond, Vo (Richmond Coliseum) 


Alcorn Stale |1) 


1-0 


Holy Cross (4) 


4-0 


Pepperdine ( 1 ) 


1-0 


accbe2 


ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford, Conn (Hartford Civic Center) 


American (10) 


9-1 


Houston (2) 


1-1 


Pittsburgh (6) 


51 


accbe3 


ACC/Big Eost Challenge, E Rutherford, N J (Brendan Byrne Arena) 


AU-Puerto Rico (1) 


1-0 


Howard (3) 


3-0 


Princeton (6) 


42 


armory 
boll 


Woshington DC, Municipol Armory 
Baltimore Areno, Boltimore, Md 


Appalachian State (2) 


2-0 


Illinois (3) 


2-1 


Providence (2) 


1-1 


bbt 


BB&T Classic, Woshington, DC. (MCI Center) 


Arizona (2] 


0-2 


Indiana (3) 


0-3 


Randolph Macon (4) 


3-1 


bca 


Block Coaches Assoc Clossic, Minneapolis, Minn. (Target Center) 


Arizona State (2) 


1-1 


lona(l) 


1-0 


Rhode Islond (2) 


2-0 


bg 


Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. 


Arkansas (2] 


1-1 


Iowa (2) 


2-0 


Richmond (39) 


25-14 


bigr 


Blue Gross Tournoment, Louisville, Ky . 


Army (4) 


3-1 


Jacksonville (3) 


2-1 


Rider (3) 


3-0 


cop 
cc 


(Kentucky Stote Foirgrounds Povilion) 

Capitol Centre, landover, Md. 

Carrier Classic, Syrocuse, N.Y. (Corrier Dome) 


Augusta College ( 1 ) 
Ball State (1) 


1-0 
1-0 


James Madison (1) 
Johns Hopkins (19) 


1-0 
15-4 


Rutgers (6) 
Sacromenio Slate ( 1 ) 


3-3 
1-0 


ccc 


Coble Cor Classic, San Francisco, Colif (Ookland Coliseum) 


Baltimore City (31 


21 


Kansas (4) 


1-3 


St. Francis (Pa.) (1) 


1-0 


c(c 


Central Fidelity Clossic, Richmond, Va (Robbins Center) 


Biscoyne College (1 1 


1-0 


Kansas Slate ( 1 ) 


1-0 


St. John's (14) 


8-6 


cham 


Chaminade Christmos Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Bloisdell Arena) 


Boston College (4) 


3-1 


Kentucky (12) 


4-8 


St Joseph's (3) 


3-1 


6 


Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, N C (Chorlotte Coliseum) 


Boston University (3) 


2-1 


Kentucky Wesleyon ( 1 ) 


1-0 


St. Louis (1) 


1-0 


ecac 

evons 


ECAC Holiday Festival, New York, N Y (Madison Square Garden) 
Evonsville Holiday Tournament [Roberts Stadium) 


Brown (3) 


3-0 


Kent Stole (1) 


1-0 


St, Peter's ( 1 ) 


1-0 


dc 


Dixie Clossic, Raleigh, N.C, [Reynolds Coliseum) 


Bucknell (6| 


6-0 


Lafayette (4) 


4-0 


Son Francisco (2) 


2-0 


fieslQ 


Fiesto Bowl Classic, Tucson, Ariz. (McKole Center) 


Buffalo (41 


4-0 


lomor (1 ) 


1-0 


Santo Clara (2) 


1-1 


fnbl 


Fronklin Notionol Bonk Classic, Landover, Md [USAir Arena) 


California ( 1 ) 


1-0 


laSolle(3) ' 


3-0 


Seton Holl (3) 


2-1 


fnb2 


Franklin Notionol Bonk Clossic, Washington, DC. (MCI Center) 


California-Irvine (1 1 


1-0 


lehigh(l) 


1-0 


South Carolina (57) 


31-26 


free 


Freedom Bowl Clossic, Irvine, Calif. (Bren Events Center) 


California-Santo Barbara (1 


1-0 


Long Island (7) 


7-0 


South Carolina State (1) 


1-0 


he 
her 

M 


Hurricane Classic, Miami, Flo [Miomi Beach Convention Center) 
Hershey Park, Hershey, Po (Hershey Pork Areno) 
Holl of Fame Classic, Springfield, Moss, 


Canisius (71 
Catholic (22) 


7-0 
12-10 


Louisiana Stole (4) 
Louisville (6) 


2-2 
1-5 


South Florida (2) 2-0 
Southern Colifornio (USC) (3) 3-0 




[Springfield Civic Center) 


Central Florido (11 


1-0 


Loyolo(Md.)(12) 


7-5 


Southern Illinois (1) 


1-0 


hp 


Howoii Pacific Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii 


Chaminade (1 1 


1-0 


Maine (1) 


1-0 


Stanford (2) 


2-0 




[War Memorial Gymnasium) 


College of Charleston ( 1 1 


0-1 


Manhattan (1 ) 


1-0 


Staunton Military Academy 


(1)0-1 


moui 


Moui Invitational, Lohaino, Hawoii [Lahaina Civic Center) 


Chicago Stote (11 


1-0 


Marshall (2) 


2-0 


Stevens Institute (5) 


4-1 


mci 
mdinv 


MCI Heritoge Clossic, Boltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena) 
Morylond Invitotional, College Park, Morylond [Cole Field House) 


City College of New York (21 M 


Md.-Bolt. County (UMBC) (11) 11-0 


Syracuse (5) 


5-0 


meado 


Meadowlonds [Brendon Byrne Arena), East Rutherford, NJ. 


Cincinnati (21 


2-0 


Md-Eostern Shore (UMES) (13) 13-0 


Tempo (2) 


2-0 


mit 


Morsholl Invitotionol Tournoment, Huntingtown, W. Vo 


TheCitodel(l) 


1-0 


Mossochuselts (6) 


2-4 


Temple (5) 


2-3 




(Memorial Field House) 


aemson(118) 


76-42 


Memphis Stale (2) 


0-2 


Tennessee (3) 


2-1 


msi 


Memphis State Invitational, Memphis, Tenn, (Mid-South Coliseum) 


Cleveland State ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Miami (Flo.) (6) 


3-3 


Tennessee-Chattanooga (2) 


2-0 


mwf 


Mid-Winter Festivol, College Park, Md. [Cole Field House) 


Coastal Carolina ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Miami (Ohio) (2) 


2-0 


Texas-El Paso (2) 


2-0 


ncaal 
ncao2 


NCAA Tournament, New York City, NY, [Madison Square Garden) 

NCAA Tournament, Philodelphia, Pa. [The Spectrum) 


Columbia (2) 


2-0 


Michigan (4) 


1-3 


Texas (1) 


1-0 


ncooS 


NCAA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio [Riverfront Coliseum) 


Connecticut (2) 


0-2 


Michigan Stale (1) 


0-1 


Texas Christian ( 1 ) 


1-0 


ncaa4 


NCAA Tournament, Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum) 


Coppin Stale ( 1 ) 


0-1 


Minnesota (2) 


2-0 


Texas Tech (1) 


1-0 


ncaoS 


NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum) 


Cornell (1) 


1-0 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1 


Towson (12) 


12-0 


ncaa6 


NCAA Tournoment, Charlotte N.C, (Chorlotte Coliseum) 


Creighlon (2) 


2-0 


Mississippi Stole (3) 


0-3 


Tulane(l) 


1-0 


ncaa7 
ncoaS 
ncaa9 


NCAA Tournament, Dayton, Ohio (Doyton Areno) 

NCAA Tournoment, Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beoch Arena) 

NCAA Tournoment, Greensboro, N,C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 


Davidson (2) 
Dayton (3) 


1-1 
2-1 


Missouri f4) 
Monmouth (N.J.)(1) 


1-3 
1-0 


Tulsa (1) 
UCLA (7) 


1-0 
2-5 


ncoolO 


NCAA Tournoment, Houston, Texas (The Summit) 


Delaware (3) 


2-1 


Montana Slate (1) 


1-0 


Utah(1) 


1-0 


ncaa 1 1 


NCAA Tournoment, Birminghom, Ala (Birmingham Coliseum) 


Delaware College (1) 


0-1 


Morgan State (4) 


'4-0 


Utoh State (1) 


1-0 


ncQal2 


NCAA Tournoment, Lexington, Ky. [Rupp Arena) 


Delaware Stole (2) 


2-0 


Mount Saint Joseph (3) 


1-2 


Volporoiso (1) 


1-0 


ncoolS 


NCAA Tournoment, Los Cruces, N.M (Memorial Areno) 


DePoul (2) 


2-0 


Mount Saint Mary's (3) 


3-0 


Vanderbilt(l) 


1-0 


ncaoM 
ncaolS 


NCAA Tournament, Dollos, Texas (Reunion Arena) 

NCAA Tournoment, Solt Loke City, Utah [Jon Huntsman Center) 


DePouw (2) 


2-0 


Navy (56) 


30-26 


Villonovo (3) 


1-2 


ncaal6 


NCAATournomeni, Ooklond, Calif (Oakland Coliseum) 


Duke (144) 


52-92 


Nevada LasVegas(UNLV) (5) 1-4 


Virginia (151) 


93-58 


ncaa 17 


NCAA Tournoment, Tempe Ariz (Special Events Center) 


Duquesne (7) 


7-0 


New Mexico A&M(1) 


0-1 


Virginia Military Institute (49) 


39-10 


ncaa 18 


NCAA Tournoment, Memphis, Tenn (The Pyramid) 


EosI Corolina (6) 


6-0 


New York LJniversity (2) 


0-2 


Virginio Tech (25) 


22-3 


ncaa 19 


NCAA Tournament, Sacramento, Calif (Arco Areno) 


Eastern Kentucky 91) 


1-0 


Niogoro (1) 


1-0 


Wagner (1 } 


1-0 


ncaa20 


NCAA Tournoment, Anaheim, Colif. (The Pond of Anaheim) 


East Tennessee Stale (2) 


2-0 


North Corolina (153) 


49-104 


Woke Forest (100) 


50-50 


ncaa2t 
ncaa22 


NCAA Tournoment, Orlando, Fla (Orlando Arena) 

NCAA Tournoment. Knoxville. Tenn. [Thompson-Boling Areno) 


Evonsville (2) 


1-1 


'uNCAsheville(ll 


1-0 


Washington College (15) 


12-3 


ncaa23 


NCAA Tournament. Minneapolis, Minn. [Metrodome) 


Foirleigh Dickinson (5) 


5-0 


UNC Chorlotte ( 1 1 


1-0 


Washington & Lee (51) 


27-24 


nitl 


Notionol Invitotion Tournament, New York. NY 


Florida ( 1 ) 


1-0 


UNC Greensboro (11 


1-0 


West Virginia (35) 


15-20 




(Madison Squore Gorden) 


Florido Internationa! (1 ) 


1-0 


UNC Wilmington (1) 


1-0 


Western Carolina (1) 


1-0 


pnitl 


Preseason NIT, College Pork, Md. [Cole Field House) 


Florida Stale (21) 


16-5 


NC Slate (1261 


59-67 


Western Kentucky (2) 


2-0 


pnil2 


Preseason NIT, New York, N.Y. [Madison Squore Gorden) 


Fordhom (8) 


7-1 


Northeastern (1) 


1-0 


Western Maryland (9) 


9-0 


prs 


Puerto Rico Shootout, Bayomon, PR 
[Eugenio Guerro Sports Complex) 


Gallaudel(14) 


77 


Northwestern (11 


1-0 


Wichita (1) 


1-0 


ram 


Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Howaii [Neil S. Bloisdell Center) 


George Mason (4) 


4-0 


North Texas (11 


1-0 


William & Mary (14) 


14-0 


sb 


Sugar Bowl Tournoment, New Orleans, La (Loyola Field House) 


George Washington (58) 


33-25 


Notre Dome (161 


8-8 


Winthrop (3) 


3-0 


sbl 


Sun Bowl Tournoment, El Poso, Texas (Special Events Center) 


Georgetown (57) 


32-25 


Old Dominion (5) 


4-1 


Wisconsin (2) 


0-2 


set 


Southern Conference Tournament 


Georgia (6) 


2-4 


Ohio State (5) 


3-2 


Wyoming (1 ) 


1-0 


shoot 


Great Aloskan Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena) 


Georgia Stole (1 ) 


1-0 


Ohio University (1) 


1-0 


Xovier (1 ) 


1-0 


sun 
to 


Sun Carnival Tournament, El Paso, Texos (Memorial Gymnasium) 
Holl of Fome Tip-Off Classic, Springfield, Moss [Springfield Civic Center) 


Georgia Tech (53) 


24-29 


Oklahoma (2) 


1-1 


Yole(l) 


1-0 


vp, 


Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blocksburg, Vo. (Virginio Tech Coliseum) 














wood 


John R. Wooden Classic, Anaheim, Colif [The Pond of Anoheim) 














wor 


Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Moss 


















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Clemson 

(Maryland leads 7E 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last Clemson Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. Clemson: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: 
Last 1 Games: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory; 
Largest Margin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored: 
By Decode: 



Anatomies 



-42) 

Feb. 22, 2000; Away, 76-63 

Dec. 4, 1 997; Away, 78-65 |0T) 

13-11 

45-8 

21-31 

10-3 ••-, 

72-34 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

11 (1951-57] 

•t-40; 81-41; Awoy, 1953-54 

■22; 93-71, Awoy 1976-77 

103-83; Home, 1969-70 

1930s: 11 1940s: 4-4 

1960s: 13-10 1970s: 18-5 

1990s: 11-11 2000s: 2-0 



1950s: 13-4 
1980s: 14-7 



Duke 



52) 



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(Duke leads, 92- 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last Duke Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. Duke: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: ^ 
Last 1 Gomes: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored: 
By Decade: 



Florida State 

((VIaryland leads, I 

Last Maryland Win: 
Lost Florida State Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. Florida St.: 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on Ifie Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: 
Last 1 Games: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Morgin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored: 

By Decade: 

Georgia Tech 



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Feb. 9, 2000; Away, 98-87 

Morcfi 12, 2000; Neutral, 81-68 

5-21 

32-33 

13-48 

7-11 

38-69 

Duke leads, 7-3 

7(1973-76) 

-^33; 64-31, Home, 1958-59 

-36, 92-56; Away 1952-53 

111-114; Home, 1989-90 

1920s: 1-0 1930s: 9-7 

1950s: 7-12 1960s: 4- 17 

1980s: 10-14 1990s: 4-19 



E-51 

March 10, 2000; Neutral, 82-61 

Jan 29, 1997; Away 74-70 

16-5 

7-2 

6-3 

3-0 

16-5 

Maryland leads, 9-1 

9(1997-2000) 

■^24; 93-69; Neutral, 1998-99 

■22, 100-78; Away, 1995-96 

93-85; Away 1991-92 

93-69; Neutral, 1998-99 

1990s: 13-5 2000s: 3-0 




1940s: 
1970s; 
2000s; 



2-12 
14-9 
1-2 



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(Georgia Tech leads, 29-24) 



Last Maryland Win; 
Lost Georgia Tech Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. Go. Tech: 
Terps at Home; 
Terps on the Road: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954; 
Last 1 Gomes: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss: 
Most Points Scored; 
By Decade; 



Feb. 16, 2000, Home, 92-70 

Jan. 19, 2000, Away, 69-68 

12-12 r^ 

15-10 

6-15 

3-4 

24-29 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

9(1972-81) 

+38; 105-67; Home, 1974-75 

■25; 67-92; Away, 1991-92 

105-67; Home, 1974-75 

1970s; 4-0 1980s: 7-17 

2000s: 1-1 



North Carolina 



(North Carolina 

Last Maryland Win: 
Lost North Carolina Win 
Williams at Md. vs. UNC: 
Terps ot Home: 
Terps on the Rood: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: 
Lost 1 Gomes: 
Longest Winning Streak; 
largest Margin of Victory: 
largest Margin in Loss: 

Most Points Scored; 
By Decade: 



HC State 

((\IC State leads, 67- 

Last Maryland Win: 
Last NC State Win: 
Williams at Md. vs. NC State; 
Terps ot Home; 
Terps on the Rood: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: 
Lost 1 Gomes: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory; 
Largest Margin in loss: 
Most Points Scored; 
By Decade: 



LEADS, 101-49) 

Feb. 26, 2000, Home, 81-73 

Jon. 27, 2000; Awoy 75-63 

10-16 

31-41 

14-49 

4-14 

30-77 

Tied, 5-5 

5(1929-32) 

■^25; 66-41; Awoy 1938-39 

-36; 64-28, Away, 1945-46 

•36, 102-66, Neutral, 1992-93 

106-94; Home, 1982-83 

1920s; 4-3 1930s; 8-7 

1950s: 910 1960s: 5-17 

1980s: 5-20 1990s; 9-15 



1940s: 
1970s: 
2000s: 



3-13 
5-18 
1-1 



1990s: 11-11 



Virginia 

(Maryland leads, 93- 

Last Maryland Win; 
Lost Virginia Win; 
Williams at Md. vs. Virginia: 
Terps at Home; 
Terps on the Rood: 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 
Terps Since 1 954: 
Last 1 Gomes: 
Longest Winning Streak: 
Largest Margin of Victory; 
Largest Margin in loss: 
Most Points Scored: 
By Decade: 

Wake Forest 

(Series Tied, 50-50) 

last Maryland Win: 
last Woke Forest Win; 
Williams at Md. vs. Wake; 
Terps at Home: 
Terps on the Rood: 
Terps ot Neutral Sites; 
Terps Since 1 954; 
last 1 Gomes; 
Longest Winning Streak; 
Largest Margin of Victory: 
Largest Margin in Loss; 
Most Points Scored; 

By Decade: 



59) 

March 11, 2000; Neutral, 64-61 

Jan, 6, 2000, Away 68-66 

19-6 

31-20 

22-31 

6-16 

52-56 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

7(1983-85) 

+46; 94-48; Home, 1998-99 

-34, 91-57, Awoy 1969-70 

124-110; Home, 1978-79 

1920s: 1-2 1930s; 3-4 1940s: 

1950s: 47 1960s; 6-18 1970s; 

1980s; 12-11 1990s; 17-5 2000s; 

58) 

Feb. 2, 2000, Home, 91-79 
March 4, 2000; Awoy, 89-87 (OT) 
14-9 



3-4 

11-15 

2-1 




54-18 

34-35 

5-5 

62-41 

Maryland leads, 8-2 

11 (1950-55) 

■^35; 110-75; Home, 1973-74 

-36, 7943; Awoy 1948-49 

110-75, Home, 1973-74 

1920s; 5-4 1930s; 14-2 1940s: 

1950s: 20-5 1960s; 12-8 1970s; 

1980s: lail 1990s: 13-8 2000s: 



Feb, 19, 2000, Away, 73-67 

Jan, 31, 1999; Away, 85-72 

10-12 

30-16 

18-30 

2-4 

50-49 

Woke Forest leads, 6-4 

6(1984-86) 

+29; 105-76, Home, 1972-73 

-39, 80-41; Neutrol, 1962-63 

105-76; Home, 1972-73 

105-91; Home, 1975-76 

1950s: 6-8 1960s: 7-15 1970s: 

1980s: 13-8 1990s: 812 2000s; 



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Total In-Season Tournaments: 53 


eCAC Holiday Festival ((Mew York, N.Y.I 1229-80 Marshall w 


114-89 


Overall Record: 86-31 (.735) 


12-27-90 vs. Rutgers W 


86-81 


12-30-80 St. Joseph's W 


74-57 (champions) 


Total Championships: 26 


12-29-90 vs. South Caroline W 


78-69 (champions 


1 12-29-83 Randolph Macon W 


58-52 


Runner-Ups: 12 


Evansville Holiday Tournament 


12-30-83 La Salle W 


96-83 (champions) 


All-American City Tournament 


(Evansville, Ind.1 




Maui iNvrrATioNAL (Maui, Lamina, Hawaii) 


(OUVENSBORO, Ky.) 


12-27-63 vs. Arizona L 


54-57 


11-21-94 vs. Chominode W 


95-67 


12-30-53 vs. Evansville W 66-58 


12-28-63 vs. Columbia W 


82-76 


11-22 94 vs. Utah W 


9a78 


1-2-54 vs. Kenlucky Wesleyan W 54-37 (champions) 


Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tucson, Ariz.I 


11-23-94 vs. Arizona Stole t 


90-97 


12-27-54 vs. Texas Tech W 58-54 


12-28-91 vs. Rutgers L 


79-95 


Memphis State Invitational 




12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island W 83-66 


12-30-91 vs. Evansville I 


64-75 


(Memphis, Tenn.) 




12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati W 78-61 (champions) 


Freedom Bowl Classic (Irvine. Calif.) 


12-16-66 vs Oklahoma State W 


5a49 


12-28-56 vs. Montana State W 89-72 


11-25-88 vs. Texas Christian W 


74-67 


12-17-66 vs. Memphis Stale L 


53-55 


12-29-56 vs. New Mexico A&M L 43-45 


11-26-88 vs Georgia State W 


69-62 (champion. 


) Mid-Winter Festival (College Park, Mo.) | | 


12-31-56 vs. Virginia W 43-39 


Great Alaskan Shootout 




12-29-55 Michigan Stole L 


75-95 


BB&T Bank/Children's Charities Classic 


(Anchorage. Alaska) 




12-30-55 St. Francis (Po.) W 


75-66 


ILandover, Md./Washincton, D.C.I* 


11-23-84 vs. Kansas W 


58-56 


Preseason till (College Park, Md.I | | 


12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts I 47-50 


11-24-84 vs. Alaska L 


52-54 


11-17-99 Son Francisco W 


71-61 


12-3-95 vs. George Washington W 98-81 


11-25-84 vs. Tennessee W 


72-49 


11-19-99 Tulane W 


78-70 


12-7-96 vs. California W 80-64 


Hall of Fame Classic 




Preseason NIT (New York, 


N.Y.I 


12-8-96 vs. George Washington W 74-68 (champions) 


(Springfield. Mass.) 




11-24-99 vs. Kentucky L 


58-61 


12-7-97 vs. Kansas W 86-83 


12-28-93 vs. Hofstra W 


93-67 


11-25-99 vs Notre Dome W 


72-67 


12-8-97 vs. George Washington L 66-70 


12-29-93 vs. Massochusetts I 


80-94 












Puerto Rico Shootout (Bayamon. P.R.) 1 1 


12-6-98 vs. Stanford W 62-60 

12-7-98 vs. De Paul W 92-75 (champions) 


Hawaii Pacific Tournament 




11-26-98 vs. AU-Puerto Rico W 


82-32 




(Honolulu, Hawaii) 




11-27-98 vs UCLA W 


70-54 


12-4-99 vs. Illinois W 69-67 


12-28-85 vs. Stanford W 


67-65 


11-28-98 vs. Pittsburgh W 


87-52 (chompions) 


12-5-99 vs. George Washington L 69-74 

'Known as the Franklin National Bank/Children Charities Clas- 


12-29-85 vs. Howoii-Pocific W 


92-85 (champion 


' Rainbow Classic (Honolulu 


, Hawaii) 


sic in its first three seasons. Held at US Airways Arena ILandover, 


Hurricane Classic ((Miami, Fla.) 


12-25-84 vs. Iowa W 


78-68 (OT) 


Md.j in 1995 and 1996, moved to MO Center (Washington, 


12-28-64 vs. Tulsa W 


66-59 


12-26-84 vs. Hawaii W 


79-71 


DClin 1997. 


12-29-64 vs. Miami (Flo.) L 


73-80 


12-28-84 vs. Georgia Tech L 


69-70 


Blue Crass Tournament (Louisville. Ky.I 


IVICI Harbor Classic (Baltimore, Md.) 


12-27-96 vs. Pittsburgh W 


66-63 


12-28-59 vs. Indiana I 63-72 


11-27-87 vs. Loyola (Md.) W 


74-60 


12-28-96 vs. Hawaii W 


76-59 


12-29-59 vs. Fordham W 56-54 


11-28-87 vs. Mississippi W 


77-69 (champion 


j 12-30-96 vs Georgia L 


65-73 (OT) 


Cable Car Classic ISan Francisco, Calif.) 


Marshall Invitational Tournament 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 




12-21-73 vs. San Francisco W 78-60 


(Huntingtown, W.VA.) 




(New Orleans, (.a.) 




12-22-73 vs Santa Clara W 53-32 (champions) 


12-20-68 vs. Marshall W 


89-80 


12-28-57 vs, Vanderbilt W 


71-56 


Carrier Classic (Syracuse, IM.Y.) 


12-21-68 vs. Miami (Flo.) I 


85-92 


12-30-57 vs. Memphis Stole L 


46-47 (3 0T) 


12-5-80 vs Wagner W 96-73 


Maryland Invitational Tournament 


12-29-58 vs. Mississippi State L 


45-56 


12-6-80 vs Syrocuse W 83-73 (champions) 


(College Park, Md.) 




12-30-58 vs. Loyola (Md.) W 


54-50 


Central Fioelity Classic (Richmond, Va.) 


12-19-69 Army L 


64-69 


12-29-61 vs. Mississippi State L 


62-64 


12-1-89 vs. South Caroline L 51-52 


12-20-69 Fordham W 


94-71 


12-30-61 vs. Louisville L 


64-83 


12-2-89 vs. Army W 78-60 


12-29-71 Western Kentucky W 


103-67 


12-29-65 vs. Houston W 


69-68 


Chaminade Christmas Classic 


12-30-71 St. John's W 


90-69 (champion. 


) 12-30-65 vs. Dayton W 


77-75 (chompions) 


(Honolulu. HawaiiI 


12-29-72 Georgia Tech W 


90-53 


Sun Bowl Tournament 




12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104-86 


12-30-72 Syracuse W 


90-76 (champion. 


] (El Paso, Texas) 




12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee St. W 91-86 


12-28-73 Holy Cross W 


102-75 - 


12-29-88 vs. Lomor W 


74-65 


12-24-89 vs. Sacramento State W 98-68 (champions) 


12-29-73 Boston College W 


58-37 (champion. 


j 12-30-88 vs. Texas-El Paso W 


69-51 (champions) 


Charlotte Invitational 


12-27-74 Georgia Tech W 


105-67 


Sun Carnival Tournament 




(Charlotte. lyi.C.I 


12-28-74 UCLA L 


75-81 


(El Paso, Texas) 




12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 


12-29-75 Seton Hall W 


104-69 


12-21-67 vs. Texos-EI Paso L 


53-70 


12-29-66 vs. Army W 57-54 (champions) 


12-30-75 Princeton W 


66-59 (chompion! 


j 12-22-67 vs. Southern Illinois L 


72-73 (OT) 


12-27-68 vs. Davidson I 69-83 


12-28-76 Xavier W 


84-74 


Tip-Off Tournament ((.anoover. Md.) | | 


12-28-68 vs. Wichita W 95-83 


12-29-76 Syracuse W 


96-85 (champions 


) 12-27-77 vs. American W 


78-65 


Dixie Classic (Raleigh. IM.C.l 


12-28-77 Western Kentucky W 


91-78 


12-28-77 vs. Georgetown W 


91-87 (champions) 


12-28-60 vs. North Carolina I 57-81 


12-29-77 GeorgioTech W 


65-63 (champions 


) Virginia Polytechnic Institute 


12-29-60 vs. NC State I 67-75 
12-30-60 vs. Wyoming W 84-77 


12-29-78 St. Joseph's W 
12-30-78 Southern California W 


62-57 

83-79 (champions 


Tournament (Blacksburc, Va.) 

) 12-20-63 vs. Tennessee L 59-70 








12-21-63 vs. Louisiona Stole W 


75-65 




12-28-79 Miomi(Ohio) W 


115-76 








12-29-79 Temple W 


85-63 (champions 


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NCAA Tournament Appearances 



NCAA Appearances: 17 Appearances 
Overall Record: 22-17 
Times to the Final Eight; 2 (1973, 1975) 
TimestotheSweetSixteen: 7(1958, 1980, 1985, 1994, 

1995, 1998, 1999) 
Overall Appearances 

Year Maryland's Result Md. Seed 

1958 Easi 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 
1988 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 Semihnals 4 

1999 Soutfieost Regional Semifinals 2 

2000 Midwest Regional Second Round 3 

1958 

East Regional, First Round 
Site: New York, N.Y. 

Maryland 88, Boston College 63 (3-1 1-58) 
East Regional, Semifinals/Third Place Game 
Site: Chariolte, N.C. 
Temple 81, Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 
Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 

1973 

East Regionol, First Round 

Site: Charlotte, N.C. 

First Round Bye 

East Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Site: at Chorlolte, N.C 

Maryland 91, Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 

Providence 103, Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 

1975 

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 Dome 71 (3-20-75) 

Louisville 96, Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

1980 

East Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Greensboro, N.C. 

First Round Bye 

No 2 Maryland 86. No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 

Eost Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Philadelphia, Po. 

No. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Maryland 68 (3-14-80) 

1981 

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 ) 



1983 

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) 

1984 

Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

First Round Bye 

No. 3 Morylond 102, No. 11 West Virginia 77 (3-17-84) 

Mideast Regional Semifinal 

Site: Lexington, Ky. 

No. 2 Illinois 72, No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 

1985 

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) 

Southeost Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

No. 8 Villanovo 46, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Long Beach, Calif. 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No. 12 Pepperdine 64 (3-14-86) 

No. 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70, No. 5 Maryland 64 (3-16-84) 

1988* 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Cincinnati, Ohio 

No, 7 Maryland 92, No 12 UC Santa Barboro 82 (3-18-88) 
No. 2 Kentucky 90, No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
* - Maryland's / 988 NCAA Tournament appearance was va- 
cated by the NCAA 

1994 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Wichito, 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 (3-25-94 

1995 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Salt Lake City, Utah 

No. 3 Maryland 87 No. 14 Gonzago 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, 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 

1996 

West Regionol, First Round 
Site: Tempe, Ariz. 

No. 10 Santa Clara 91, No. 7 Maryland 79 (3-15-96) 

1997 

Southeast Regional, First Round 

Site: Memphis, Tenn. 

No. 12 Charleston 75, No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 

1998 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Sacramento, Calif. 

No. 4 Marylond 82, No 13 Utah Stole 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) 

1999 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orlando, Flo. 

No. 2 Moryland 82, No 15 Volparoiso 60 (3-11-99) 

No. 2 Maryland 75, No. 10 Creighton 63 (3-13-99) 

South Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Knoxville, Tenn. 

No. 3 St Johns 76, No. 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 

sooo 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Minneapolis, Minn. 

No. 3 Maryland 74, No. 14 lona 59 (3-16-00) 
No 6 UCLA 105, No 3 Maryland 70 (3-18-00) 

NIT Appearances 

NIT Appearances: 4 Appearances 
Overall Record: 7-3 
Championships: 1 (1972) 

Overall Appearances 



Year 


Morylond's Result 


1972 


Champions 


1979 


Second Round 


1982 


Second Round 


1990 


Second Round 



I 972 

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) 

1979 

First Round/Second Round (24 teams) 
Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 67 Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT] 
Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (3-12-79) 

I98S 

First Round (32 Teams) 

Site: Richmond, Va. 

Maryland 60, Richmond 50 (3-12-82) 

Second Round 

Site: Athens, Go. 

Georgia 83, Maryland 69 (3-15-82) 

1990 

First Round (32 Teams) 
Site: College Pork, Md. 

Maryland 91, Massachusetts 81 (3-15-90) 

Second Round 

Site: State College, Po. 

Penn State 80, Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 



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Individual NCAA Tournament Bests 



Single Game 



Single Tournament 



Points 






Rebounds 






Points 






Fr 


EE ThR 


ows Made 




31 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


21 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


70 


3 games 


John Lucas 


1975 


21 


2 gomes 


Len Bias 


1986 


31 


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 V^illioms 


UT-Chott. 


3-12-81 


62 


3 


joe Smith 


1995 


20 


3 


Tom Young 


1958 


28 


Greg Manning 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


15 


Keith Booth 


Gonzogo 


3-16-95 


57 


2 


Len Bios 


1986 


15 


2 


Adrian Bronch 


1984 


27 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santo 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 V^illiams 


Georgetown 


3-14-80 


55 


3 


Jock 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 Bios 


1985 


12 


3 


Duone 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 


Brod Davis 


1975 


25 


Tom McMillen 


Providence 


3-17-73 


13 


Charles McNeil 


Temple 


3-14-58 


47 


2 


Albert King 


1981 










24 


John Lucas 


Notre Dame 


3-20-75 


12 


Terence Morris 


lona 


3-16-00 


47 


2 


Greg Monning 


1980 


Rebounds 




24 


Charles McNeil 


Temple 


3-14-58 


12 


Terence Morris 


Creighton 


3-13-99 


46 


3 


Steve Francis 


1999 


39 


3 gomes 


Joe Smith 


1995 


24 


Jack Davis 


Boston Coll. 


3-11-58 


12 


Len Bias 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


46 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


34 


3 


Joe Smith 


1994 










12 


Al Bunge 


Boston Coll. 


3-11-58 










26 


3 


Terence Morris 


1999 


Field Coals 














Points Per Came 




26 


3 


Rodney Elliott 


1998 


11 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santa Clara 


3-15-96 


Assists 






28.5 




Len Bios 


1986 


26 


2 


Keith Booth 


1995 


11 


Derrick Lewis 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


12 


Keith Gatlin 


Novy 


317-85 


23.7 




Greg Manning 


1980 


26 


2 


Buck Willioms 


1981 


11 


Len Bios 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


11 


Duane Simpkins 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


23.5 




Albert King 


1981 


26 


2 


Buck Williams 


1980 


11 


Albert King 


UT-Chatt. 


3-12-81 


10 


Johnny Rhodes 


Massachusetts 3-19-94 


23.3 




John Lucas 


1975 


25 


3 


Steve Fronds 


1999 


11 


Greg Manning 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


10 


Keith Gatlin 


Miami-Ohio 


3-15-85 


21.5 




Tom McMillen 


1973 


24 


2 


Len Elmore 


1975 


11 


John Lucas 


Louisville 


3-22-75 


10 


Keith Gotlin 


Illinois 


3-22-84 


21.0 




Joe Smith 


1995 


23 


3 


Al Bunge 


1958 


11 


Jack Davis 


Boston Coll. 


3-11-58 


10 


Reggie Jackson 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


21.0 




Joe Smith 


1994 


22 


3 


Brod Davis 


1975 


10 


Joe Smith 


Connecticut 


3-23-95 


9 


Keith Gotlin 


Pepperdine 


3-14-86 


21.0 




Adrian Branch 


1983 


22 


3 


Charles McNeil 


1958 


10 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


3-18-95 


7 


Juan Dixon 


lona 


3-16-00 


20.0 




Joe Smith 


1995 


21 


2 


Lonny Baxter 


2000 


10 


Joe Smith 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


7 


Terrell Stokes 


St. John's 


3-13-99 


20.5 




Keith Gatlin 


1988 


21 


3 


John Nocincik 


1958 


10 


Len Bios 


Miami-Ohio 


3-15-85 


7 


Sar. Jasikevicius 


Utoh Stole 


3-12-98 


20.5 




John Lucas 


1973 










10 


Albert King 


Indiana 


3-13-81 


7 


Brad Davis 


Louisville 


3-22-75 


19.0 




Terence Morris 


1999 


Assists 






10 


Albert King 


Tennessee 


3-8-80 


7 


Keith Gatlin 


Kentucky 


3-20-80 


18.7 




Adrian Branch 


1985 


24 


3 gomes 


Keith Gatlin 


1985 


10 


Tom McMillen 


Providence 


3-17-73 


7 


Keith Gatlin 


West Virginio 


3-17-84 










22 


3 


Duone Simpkins 


1994 


















Field Coals 




18 


3 


Brod Davis 


1975 


3-PoiNT Field Coals 




Field Coal Pct. iMin 


An.} 


28 


3 gomes 


John Lucas 


1975 


17 


3 


Terrell Stokes 


1998 


5 


Keith Gatlin 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


.800(8-10) laron Profit Valporoiso 3-11-99 


24 


3 


Joe Smith 


1995 


17 


2 


Keith Gotlin 


1984 


4 


Duane Simpkins 


Massachusetts 3- 19-94 


.733 (11-15) Derrick Lewis UCSB 


3-18-88 


24 


3 


Jock Dovis 


1958 


16 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1994 


4 


Keith Gotlin 


Kentucky 


3-20-88 


.733(lll5)GregMa 


nningTenn. 


3-8-80 


23 


3 


Rodney Elliott 


1998 


15 


3 


Terrell Stokes 


1999 


3 


Sar. Jasikevicius 


Utah State 


3-12-98 


.727(8-11) Exree Hi 


3p Moss 


3-19-94 


23 


3 


Owen Brown 


1975 


15 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


Santo Clara 


3-15-96 


.727(8-11) Br Williams Kentucky 


3-20-88 


23 


3 


Adrian Branch, 


1985 


15 


2 


Keith Gatlin 


1986 


3 


Duane Simpkins 


Gonzogo 


3-16-95 


.727(811) Owen Brown Creightor 


3-15-75 


21 


3 


Joe Smith 


1994 


13 


3 


Sor. Jasikevicius 


1998 


3 


Teyon McCoy 


Kentucky 


3-20-88 


.700(7-10) Len Bios 


Houston 


3-19-83 


21 


3 


Len Bios 


1985 


13 


2 


Keith Gatlin 


1988 


2 


Juan Dixon 


UCLA 


3-18-00 


.667(10-15)JaeSmitl- 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


21 


2 


Albert King 


1981 










2 


Juon Dixon 


lona 


3-16-00 


.667(8-12) JohnLucos N Dame 


3-20-75 


20 


2 


Greg Manning 


1980 










2 


Steve Francis 


Valparoiso 


3-11-99 


.647 (11-17) Jack Davis B. College 311-58 










Career 




2 


Johnny Rhodes 


Connecticut 


3-23-95 


.643(9-14) Greg Manning G'town 


3-14-80 


3-PoiNT Field Coals 




^^ 


mm ^^ 


'■ 




2 


Exree Hipp 


Massochuset1s3-19-94 










9 


2 gomes 


Keith Gotlin 


1988 


Points 






2 


Rudy Archer 


Kentucky 


3-20-88 


Free Throw Pct. (Wiin 


8 Att.) 


8 


3 


Sor. Jasikevicius 


1998 


168 


9 gomes 


Len Bios 


1983-88 










1.00(9-9) Len Bios 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


5 


3 


Terrell Stokes 


1998 


129 


7 


Adrian Branch 


1983-85 


Free Throws Made 




1.00(8-8) JohnLucos N. Dome 


3-20-75 


4 


2 


Juon Dixon 


2000 


125 


6 


Joe Smith 


1994-95 


12 


Len Bios 


Pepperdine 


3-14-86 


.917(1112) RudyArcher UCSB 


3-18-88 


4 


3 


Steve Francis 


1999 


111 


5 


John Lucos 


1973-75 


11 


Joe Smith 


Texas 


318-95 


.900(9-10) JoeSmitt 


St. Louis 


3-17-94 


4 


3 


Duone Simpkins 


1995 


107 


7 


Johnny Rhodes 


1994-96 


11 


Rudy Archer 


UCSB 


3-18-88 


.889(8-9) Charles McNeilTemple 


3-14-58 


4 


3 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995 


100 


7 


Terence Morris 


1997-00 


9 


Joe Smith 


St Louis 


3-17-94 


.889(8-9) Adrion Branch V^/ Va. 


3-17-84 


4 


3 


Duone Simpkins 


1994 


98 


8 


Loron Profit 


1996-99 


9 


Len Bias 


UNLV 


3-16-86 


.875(7-8) Terence MorrisCreighlon 3-13-99 


4 


3 


Exree Hipp 


1994 


96 


9 


Keith Gotlin 


1984-88 


8 


Juan Dixon 


lona 


3-16-00 


.857 (12-14) Len Bios 


Pepperdine3-14-86 


3 


3 


Juon Dixon 


1999 


87 


7 


Rodney Elliott 


1995-98 


8 


Adrian Branch 


Vilest Virginia 3-17-84 


.800(8-10) Juon Dixon lona 


3-16-00 


3 


1 


Johnny Rhodes 


1996 


86 


7 


Duone Simpkins 


1994-96 


8 


John Lucas 


Notre Dome 


3-20-75 


.800(8-10) Brod Do 


/is N. Dome 


3-20-75 


3 


2 


Teyon McCoy 


1988 


82 


4 


Albert King 


1980-81 


8 


Brod Davis 


Notre Dome 


3-20-75 


.800(8-10) Tom You 


ng Manhattan3-15-58 


3 


2 


Rudy Archer 


1988 










8 


Tom Young 


Monhotlon 


3-15-58 










3 


2 


Duane Simpkins 


1995 










8 


Charles McNe 


Temple 


3-14-58 



























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Team NCAA Tournament Bests 



Points 

102 West Virginia 
Massachusetts 
UCSB 
Syracuse 
Providence 



Points Allowed 

105 UCLA 

103 Providence 

99 Connecticut 

99 Indiana 

96 Louisville 

91 Santa Clara 

90 Kentucky 

87 Arizona 

87 Massachusetts 



1984 
1994 
1988 
1973 
1973 



2000 
1973 
1995 
1981 
1975 
1996 
1988 
1998 
1994 



Field Coals 

Providence 

Syrocuse 

Connecticut 

West Virginia 

Tennessee 

Creighton 

Gonzaga 

Michigan 

Santo Clara 

Georgetown 

Notre Dame 



40 
39 
38 
36 
36 
36 
34 
33 
31 
31 
31 



1973 
1973 
1995 
1984 
1980 
1975 
1995 
1994 
1996 
1980 
1975 



Rebounds 

54 Boston College 



Fewest Points Scored 

43 Villanovo 1985 

50 Houston 1983 

52 UT-Chottonoogo 1983 

59 Monhotton 1958 



Fewest Points Allowed 



Field Coal Attempts 

83 Connecticut 1995 

83 Providence 1973 

78 Arizona 1998 

76 Santo Clara 1996 

72 Gonzaga 1995 

70 UCLA 2000 

69 Louisville 1975 

69 Indiana 1981 



49 
49 
49 
49 
48 
47 
46 
44 
43 
42 
42 
39 



lono 

Arizona 

Connecticut 

Gonzoga 

Creighton 

Texas 

Michigan 

Utoh Stole 

Louisville 

UT-Chottanooga 

Providence 

Syracuse 



Free Throws Made 



46 
51 
55 
59 
59 
59 



Vitlonova 

UT-Chottonooga 

Manhattan 

lona 

Navy 

Miami-Ohio 



1985 
1983 
1958 
2000 
1985 
1985 



Margin of Victory 

25 102-77 West Virginia 1984 

25 88-63 Boston College 1958 

22 82-60 Valparaiso 1999 



30 
26 
26 
25 
25 
22 
21 
21 
21 
21 



West Virginia 

Texas 

Boston College 

Creighton 

UCSB 

Louisville 

Massachusetts 

Pepperdine 

UT-Chattanoogo 

Notre Dome 



1984 
1995 
1958 
1999 
1988 
1975 
1994 
1986 
1981 
1975 



Assists 

23 Utah State 

23 Massachusetts 

22 West Virginia 

21 Illinois 

21 St. Louis 

21 UT-Chattonooga 

21 Tennessee 

19 Valparaiso 

19 Arizona 

19 Georgetown 

18 Navy 



Illinois 
Notre Dome 



1958 
2000 
1998 
1995 
1995 
1999 
1995 
1994 
1998 
1975 
1981 
1973 
1973 



1998 
1994 
1984 
1998 
1994 
1981 
1980 
1999 
1998 
1980 
1985 
1985 
1975 



Free Throws Attempted 



Margin Of Defeat 



35 
35 
15 
14 
14 
14 



70105 

64-99 

63-88 

62-76 

82-96 

89-103 



UCLA 

Indiana 

Temple 

St. John's 

Louisville 

Providence 



2000 
1981 
1958 
1999 
1975 
1973 



42 
41 
36 
36 
32 
32 
31 



Boston College 

Texas 

Michigan 

West Virginia 

Creighton 

UCSB 

Massachusetts 



1958 
1995 
1994 
1958 
1999 
1988 
1994 



3-Point Field 

11 Arizona 

9 Kentucky 

8 Massachusetts 

Santo Clara 

Gonzaga 

UCSB 

UCLA 



Coals Made 



Illinois 

St. John's 

Valparaiso 

Creighton 

Utah State 

Connecticut 

Michigan 



1998 
1988 
1994 
1996 
1995 
1988 
2000 
1998 
1999 
1999 
1999 
1998 
1995 
1994 



3-PoiNT Field 

Arizono 

Kentucky 

UCLA 

Sonta Clara 

Michigan 

St. John's 

Connecticut 

lliinots 

Gonzaga 

UCSB 

Creighton 

Valparaiso 

Utah State 

Massachusetts 

St. Louis 



27 
23 
22 
22 
21 
20 
20 
17 
17 
16 
13 
11 
10 
10 
5 

Field 

.667 
.661 
.655 
.632 
.600 
.600 
.583 
.552 
.545 
.534 
.534 

Free 

.917 
.882 
.880 
.875 
.871 
.846 
.840 
.833 
.821 
.800 



Coals Att. 

1998 
1988 
2000 
1996 
1994 
1999 
1995 
1998 
1995 
1988 
1999 
1999 
1998 
1994 
1994 



Coal Percentage 



36-54 
39-59 
36-55 
36-57 
33-55 
30-50 
28-48 
32-58 
30-55 
31-58 
31-58 



West Virginia 

Syracuse 

Creighton 

Tennessee 

Mossachusetts 

UCSB 

St. Louis 

Utah State 

Boston College 

Georgetown 

Notre Dome 



1984 
1975 
1975 
1980 
1994 
1988 
1994 
1998 
1958 
1980 
1975 



Throw Percentage 



Miami-Ohio 

St. John's 

Louisville 

Kentucky 

Manhattan 

Illinois 

Notre Dome 

West Virginia 

Temple 

Navy 



1985 
1999 
1975 
1988 
1958 
1998 
1975 
1984 
1958 
1985 




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Press Ranliings 

Final Rankings 



1954.. 20 1981 .. 18 

1958 6 1984.. 11 

1972.. U 1995.. 10 

1973 8 1997.. 22 

1974 4 1998.. 20 

1975 5 1999 5 

1976.11 2000.. 17 

1980 8 

I9S4 

1 . Kentucky 

2. La Solle 

3. Holy Cross 

4. Indiana 

5 Duquesne 

6, Notre Dame 

7 Brodley 

8. Western Kentucky 

9 Penn State 

10 OklohomaA&M 
20. Ma^lond 

1958 

1 , West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3 Kansas State 

4. San Francisco 

5. Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Kansas 

8 Notre Dome 

9. Kentucky 

10. Duke 

1972 

1. UCLA 

2, North Caroline 
3 Pennsylvania 

4. Louisville 

5, Long Beoch Stote 
6- South Carolina 

7 Marquette 

8 S.W, Louisiana 

9 Brighom Young 
10. Florida Stole 
14. Moryland 

1973 

1. UCLA 

2. NC State 

3. Long Beach Stole 

4. Providence 

5. Marquette 

6. Indiana 

7 S W. Louisiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Kansas State 

10. Minnesota 



1974 



NC State 

UCLA 

Morquetle 

Maryland 

Notre Dome 

Michigan 

Kansas 



8. Providence 

9. Indiana 

10. Long Beach State 

1975 

1. UCLA 

2. Kentucky 

3. Indiana 

4. Louisville 

5. Maryland 

6. Syrocuse 
7 NC Stote 

8. Arizono Slate 

9. North Carolino 

10. Aloboma 

I 976 

1. Indiana 

2. Marquette 

3. UNLV 

4. Rutgers 

5. UCLA 

6. Aloboma 

7. Notre Dome 

8. North Carolina 

9. Michigan 

10. Western Michigan 
] 1 . Marylond 

1980 

1 DePoul 

2. Louisville 

3. Louisiono State 

4. Kentucky 

5. Oregon Stale 

6. Syracuse 
7 Indiana 

8. Maryland 

9. Notre Dome 

10. Ohio Stote 

1981 

1 DePaul 

2. Oregon State 

3 Arizona Stote 

4 Louisiono State 

5. Virginia 

6. North Corolina 
7 Notre Dame 

8. Kentucky 

9 Indiana 

10 UCLA 

1 8. Maryland 

1984 

1. North Corolina 

2. Georgetown 

3. Kentucky 
4 DePaul 

5. Houston 

6. Illinois 

7. Oklahoma 

8. Arkansas 

9 Texos-EI Paso 

10 Purdue 

1 1 . Maryland 



1995 

1. UCLA 

2. Kentucky 

3 Wake Forest 

4. North Corolino 

5. Kansas 

6. Arkansas 

7. Mossochusetts 

8. Connecticut 

9. Villanovo 

10. Maryland 

1997 

1 Kansas 



Utah 

Minnesota 

North Carolina 

Kentucky 

South Carolina 

UCLA 

Duke 

Wake Forest 
10 Cincinnati 
22. Maryland 



1998 

1. North Carolina 

2. Kansas 

3. Duke 

4. Arizona 

5. Kentucky 

6. Connecticut 

7. Utah 

8. Princeton 

9. Cincinnati 

10. Stanford 
20. Maryland 

1999 

1. Duke 

2. Michigan State 

3. Connecticut 

4. Auburn 

5. Moryland 

6. Utoh 

7. Stanford 

8. Kentucky 

9. St. John's 

10. Miami (Flo.) 

sooo 

1 , Duke 



Michigan Stote 
Stanford 
Arizona 
Temple 
lowo Stote 
Cincinnati 
Ohio Stole 
St. John's 
10. Louisiono Stote 
1 7. Maryland 



Final UPI & ESPH/U5A 
Today Rankings 

Final Rankings 



1958. 


...6 


1981 . 


11 


1972. 


11 


1984. 


10 


1973. 


10 


1994. 


11 


1974. 


...4 


1995. 


11 


1975. 


...5 


1998. 


15 


1976. 


13 


1999. 


...8 


1980. 


...8 


2000. 


25 



1958 

1. West Virginia 

2. Cincinnati 

3. San Francisco 

4. Kansas State 
5 Temple 

6. Maryland 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Kansas 

9. Dayton 

10. Indiana 

I97S 

1. UCLA 

2, North Carolina 
3 Pennsylvonio 

4. Louisville 

5. South Corolina 

6. long Beach Stote 

7. Marquette 

8. S.W. Louisiono 

9. Brighom Young 

10. Florido State 

1 1 . Maryland 

1973 

1. UCLA 

2. NC State 

3. long Beoch Stote 

4. Marquette 

5. Providence 

6. Indiana 

7 Kansas Stole 
S.W. Louisiana 

9. Minnesota 

1 0. Maryland 

1974 

1. NC Stote 

2. UCLA 

3. Noire Dome 

4. Maryland 

5. Marquette 

6. Providence 
7 Vonderbill 

8. North Carolina 

9. Indiono 

10. Konsas 



1975 

1 . Indiana 

2. UCLA 

3. Louisville 

4. Kentucky 

5. Maryland 

6. Morquette 

7 Arizono Stote 

8. Alabama 

9 NC State 

10 North Carolina 

1976 

1. Indiono 

2 Marquette 

3. Rutgers 

4. UNLV 

5. UCLA 

6. North Carolina 
7 Aloboma 

8. Noire Dame 

9. Michigan 
10 Woshinglon 
1 3. Maryland 



1980 



1 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5- 
6. 
7 
8. 
9 
10. 



DePaul 

Louisiono State 

Kentucky 

Louisville 

Oregon State 

Syrocuse 

Indiono 

Maryland 

Ohio Stole 

Georgetown 



1981 

1. DePaul 

2. Oregon State 

3. Virginia 

4. Louisiono Stale 

5. Arizono Stole 

6. North Carolina 
7 Indiana 



9. 
10 
II. 



Kentucky 
Notre Dome 
Utah 
Maryland 



I984 

1. North Carolina 

2. Georgetown 

3. Kentucky 

4. DePaul 

5. Houston 

6. Illinois 

7. Arkansas 

8. Oklahoma 

9. Texas El-Poso 

1 0. Moryland 



1994 

1 Arkonsos 

2. Duke 

3 Arizono 

4. Florida 

5. Purdue 

6. Missouri 

7. Connecticut 

8. Michigan 

9 North Carolina 

10. Louisville 

1 1 . Morylond 

1995 

1 UCLA 

2. Arkansas 

3. North Carolina 

4. Oklahomo State 
5 Kentucky 

6- Connecticut 

7. Massachusetts 

8. Virginia 

9. Wake Forest 

10 Kansas 

1 1 . Maryland 

1998 

1 . Kentucky 

2. Utoh 

3. Norlh Carolino 

4 Stanford 

5. Duke 

6- Arizono 

7. Connecticut 

8. Kansos 

9. Purdue 

10. Michigon Stole 
15. Maryland 

1999 

1 . Connecticut 

2. Duke 

3. Michigon State 

4. Ohio Stale 

5 Kentucky 

6. Si. John's 

7. Auburn 

8. Maryland 

9. Stanford 

10. Utoh 



2000 

1. Michigon Stale 

Florida 

Iowa State 

Duke 

Stanford 

Oklahoma State 

Cincinnati 

Arizona 

Tulso 
10. Temple 
25. Mor^and 



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Maryland's Ail-Americans 

Louis ''Bosey'' Berger 

All-America* 193 1 & 1932 




5-2, Forward 
Hometown: 
Fort Myer, Va. 
fr, I 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 ... con- 
sidered one of the best oll-oround players of his time 
... led Maryland to the 1931 Southern Conference 
championship, averaging a conference-high 19.1 
points over the nine-game conference season ... also 
ployed baseball and signed o professional contract 
with the Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... played 
in the major leagues for six years, with the Cleveland 
Indians, Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox ... 
left baseball with a .236 lifetime average. 



Len Bias 

All-America • I 98E 




6-8, Forward 
Hometown: 
Landover, Md. 
Played: I 983-86 



On Bios: Unanimous choice on almost every All- 
America squad following his senior season ... he was 
a third-team All-America selection in 1985, as o jun- 
ior ... only Terp ever to be named the ACC Player of 
the Year twice (in 1985 and 1986) ... Bios is the Terps' 



oll-fime 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 stroight years ... his best 
scoring performance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, ranks 
OS the second-best single-game performance in school 
history and is the top performance by a Terp in a 
road game ... is No. 9 on the Maryland career re- 
bounding list with 755 total rebounds ... is No. 9 on 
the school's career shot-blocked list with 87 ... he was 
the No. 2 pick overall in the 1986 National Basket- 
ball Association college draft, token by the Boston 
Celtics. 




Len Bias' Career Statistics 




















YEAR GP FGM-FGA 


pa. 


RM-FTA 


pa. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBSAVG 


PTSAVG 


1982-83 30 86-180 


.478 


42-66 


.636 


22 


16 


10 


55-1 


125-4.2 


217-72 


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 


17 


90-2 


224-70 


743-232 


TOTALS 131 838-1,562 


.536 


47a591 


.795 


168 


87 


84 


322-8 


745-5.7 


2149-16.4 



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Keith Booth 

All-America • I 997 




6-6, Forward 
Hometown: 
Baltimore, Md. 
Played: 1994-97 



On Booth: All-America third team selection by the As- 
sociated Press and a consensus All-ACC first-team se- 
lection his senior season, 1997 ... received two votes 
in the ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only player 
besides Woke Forest's Tim Duncan to receive voting 
consideration ... All-America third-team ond All-ACC 
first-team selection following his spectacular senior sea- 
son in 1997. ..a four-time All-ACC honoree, he earned 
first team honors as a senior, was a third team selec- 
tion as a junior and earned honorable mention desig- 
nation during his freshman and sophomore seasons 
... played on four NCAA Tournament teams ... played 
in eight NCAA Tournament gomes ... ledtheTerpsin 



scoring and ranked second in the ACC with o career 
high 19.5 points per gome average during his senior 
season ... led the Terps in rebounding his junior and 
senior seasons as he became only the fourth player in 
school history to surpass the 900 career rebound mark 
... he recorded 200 rebounds or more during his finol 
three seasons in becoming only the seventh ployer in 
school history to grob 200 or more rebounds in three 
vorsity seasons ... grabbed a career high and school 
record 213 rebounds as a senior, eclipsing the previ- 
ous record of 209 ... ranks first at Maryland in free 
throws mode (576) and free throws attempted (824), 
seventh in field goals attempted (1,291 1 and ninth in 
field goals mode (589) on the Maryland career lists 
... became only the 11th player in school history to 
hove his jersey honored as his No. 22 was hung from 
the rofters on February 22, 1997 just before the final 
home gome of his collegiate career ...a first round se- 
lection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA Draft ... 
became only the second player in school history to 
ploy for on NBA World Championship team as the 
Bulls won the 1998 NBA championship. 




Keith Booth's Career Statistics 



YEAR 

1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
TOTALS 



GP 

30 
34 
30 
32 
126 



FGM-FGA 

113-249 
126-277 
145-328 
205-437 
589-1,291 



pa. 

.454 
.455 
.442 
.469 
.456 



3PM-3PA 

11-27 

3-23 

7-34 

1-21 

22-105 



PCT. 
.407 
.130 
.206 
.050 
.209 



FTM-FA 
87-149 
114-164 
162-214 
213-297 
576-824 



PCT. 

.584 
.695 
.757 
.7\7 
.699 



AST 
65 
76 
73 
82 

296 



BLK 

17 
13 
23 
19 
72 



Len Elmore 

All- America • I 97^ 




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 re- 
bounds gome is the school's single-season record 

Len Elmore's Career Statistics 



... his career rebounding overage of 12.2 rebounds 
a game is also the Maryland record ... he owns six of 
the top ten single-gome rebounding marks in school 
history and two of the top five season totals ... his 41 2 
rebounds during the 1973-74 season is the school 
record ... was a three-time member of the All-ACC 
team ... wos Maryland's Most Valuable Player in 
1972-73 and its Outstanding Senior in 1973-74 ... 
was drafted in the first round of the 1974 NBA Draft 
by the Washington Bullets, but chose to sign with the 
Indiono Pacers of the American Basketball Associa- 
tion ... spent 1 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 Low 
school and graduated in 1987 ... he is the hrst former 
professional player to graduate from the prestigious 
low school. 



BLK 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


pa. 


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 



STL 



STL 
45 
43 
41 
64 
193 



PF-DQ 

108-6 

106-4 

100-5 

93-2 

407-17 



REBS-AVG 

183-6.1 
247-73 
233-78 
253-79 
916-7.3 



PTSAVG 

324-10.8 
369-10.9 
459-15,3 
624-19.5 
1776-14.1 




PF-DQ 


REBSAVG 


PTS-AVG 


83-3 


351-11.0 


347-lC.o 


53-5 


290-11.2 


261-100 


74-0 


412-14.7 


409-146 


2ia8 


1053-12.2 


1017-n ; 



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^ve Francis 
All- America • I 999 




6-3, Guard 

Hometown: 
Takoma Park, Md. 
Played: I 999 

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 Slates Basketball Writers Association ... All- 
America second team by Basketball News ... 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 ... All-ACC first team and AII-ACC 
Tournament hrst team selection ... finished fourth in 
the balloting for ACC Player of the Year in 1999 ... 
named the Division I newcomer of the year and a first 

Steve Francis' Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PC 3PM-3PA 

1998-99 34 205-392 .523 45-116 

TOTALS 34 205-392 .523 45-116 



team All-American by Sports Illustrated ... finalist for 
the Noismith and Wooden awards as the collegiate 
player of the year ... All-America East second-team 
by Eastern Basketball ... All-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 participant DePaul ... selected to the all-tour- 
nament 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 m nine 
games against ranked teams... named to DickVitale's 
five-man mid-season All-America team ... the first 
player to take two unbeaten teams (San Jacinto as a 
freshman and Allegany as a sophomore) into the na- 
tional junior college championship tournament ... se- 
lected by the Vancouver Grizzlies as the second over- 
all pick in the first round of the 1999 NBA Draft and 
later traded to the Houston Rockets ... named NBA 
Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000. 




PCI. 


FTM-RA 


pa. 


AST 


BLK 


STl 


388 


124-157 


.790 


152 


6 


95 


388 


124-157 


.790 


152 


6 


95 



PF-DQ REBS-AVG PTS-AVG 

95-2 154-4.5 579-170 

95-2 154-4.5 579-17.0 



Albert King 

All-America * 



1981 




B-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 1 7.4 points per game is 

Albert King's Career Statistics 



the fifth-best in school history ... his 38 points in an 
ACC Tournament game is tied for the fifth-best indi- 
vidual gome performance in Maryland history ... 
shared the 1980-81 team Most Valuable Player 
Award with Buck Williams after winning the award 
outright in 1 979-80 ... was the ACC Player of the Year 
in 1979-80 and a hrst team All-ACC selection again 
in 1980-81 ... came to Maryland generally regarded 
as the nation's top high school recruit, having aver- 
aged 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. 




YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


pa. 


1977-78 


28 


164-327 


.502 


1978-79 


28 


191-387 


.494 


1979-80 


31 


275-497 


.553 


1980-81 


31 


233-456 


.511 


TOTALS 


118 


863-1667 


.518 



FTM-FTA 


pa. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBSAVG 


PTSAVG 


53-82 


.646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


62-81 


.765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-5.1 


444-15.9 


124-151 


.821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


207-6.7 


674-21.7 


95-117 


.812 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5,7 


559-180 


330-d31 


.766 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 



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John Lucas 

All-America • I 975 & I 976 




6-^, CUARO 

Hometown: 
Durham, N.C. 
Played: 1973-76 

On Lucas: A two-time All-America selection who is con- 
sidered by many as the greatest guard in the history 
of the Terps' program ... a two-time Ail-American and 
three-time first-team AII-ACC selection - the only Mary- 
land player to earn such conference honors three times 
during his career ... the No. 3 all-time Maryland scorer 
with 2,015 points ... he is No. 3 on the school's all- 



JoHN Lucas' Career Statistics 



time assists lists ... during Lucas' career as Maryland's 
point guard, the Terps enjoyed their best seasons in 
terms of national finishes ... the Terps finished ranked 
No. 8 (1973), No. 4 (1974), and No. 5 (1975) in 
the final Associated Press polls with Lucas at the point 
... was also a collegiate star in tennis, a sport in which 
he was a two-time ACC singles champion and earned 
that same honor in doubles ploy ... 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, Son Antonio Spurs, Mil- 
waukee 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. 



BLK 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


FM-FTA 


pa. 


AST 


1972-73 


30 


190-353 


.538 


45-64 


.703 


178 


1973-74 


28 


253-495 


.51! 


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 



Tom McMiilen 

All- America • I 97^ 

Academic All-America • I 972, I973& 1974 

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 1 972 Na- 
tional Invitation Tournament championship, earning 
Most Valuable Player honors for the tournament ... 
played for the United States in the 1972 Olympic 
Games, where the U.S. earned a silver medal in the 
controversial game with the Soviets ... played in the 
NBA for 11 seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, New York 
and Washington ... put his professional basketball 
career on hold one year directly out of college in or- 
der 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. 




6- 1 I , Forward 
Hometown: 
Mansfield, Pa. 
Played: 1972-7^ 

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 11 single-season scoring marks 
and four times in his career he scored more than 30 

Tom McMillen's Career Statistics 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


pa. 


RM-FTA 


pa. 


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 


REBSAVG 


PTS-AVG 


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 


27(yb 


374-3.4 


2015-18.3 




STL 



PF-DQ 
67-3 
76-3 
69-1 

212-7 



REBS-AVG 

306-9.6 

284-9.8 

269-10.0 

859-9.8 



PTSAVG 

667-20.8 

616-21.2 

524-19.4 

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j>ene Shue 

All-America 



1954 



6-2, Forward 
Hometown: 
Baltimore, Mo. 
Playeo: I 952-54 

On Shue: Was the Terps' first high profile basketball 
star ... earned Converse and Helms Foundation Ail- 
American honors as a senior, when he averaged 21.8 
points a game ... owns the eighth-best single-season 
scoring total in school history with 654 points in 
1953. ..scored 40 points against Woke Forest in the 




1953 Southern Conference tournament ... was se- 
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 over- 
took him ... holds the 13th-highest career scoring total 
in school history ... was the third overall player se- 
lected 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 Baltimore Bullets ... enjoyed a successful career 
as a head coach in the NBA with the Washington 
Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego ond Los Ange- 
les Clippers ... was twice named as the NBA Coach 
of the Year ... was general manager of the Philadel- 
phia 76ers. 



Gene Shue's Career 5tatistic5 



YEAR 

1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
TOTALS 



GP 

21 
23 
30 
74 



FGM-FGA 

176-375 
237-469 



PCT. 

.469 
.505 



FTM-FTA 

156-223 
180-228 



pa. 

.700 
.789 



AST 



BLK 



Joe Smith 

All-America • I 994 (Honorable Mention! 

All- America • I 995 

National Player of the Year • I 




6- 1 0, 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 Asso 
doled Press Player of the Year and presented with 
the Adolph Rupp Award ... named the Collegiate 
Player of the Year by the United Press Internatior^al, 
Basketball America Magazir\e, Eastern Basketball 
Magazine, College Sports Magazine and the East- 
ern Collegiate Athletic Conference ... Smith's six Na- 
tional Player of the Year selections earned him the 

Joe Smith's Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. 3PM-3PA 

1993-94 30 206-395 .522 2-5 

1994-95 34 245-424 .578 9-21 

TOTALS 64 451-819 .550 11-26 



most of any other player, thus making him the consen- 
sus selection as the top collegiate player of 1995 ... 
was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of 
the Year and was an All-ACC first-team selection ... 
he became one of only three sophomores in the his- 
tory of the conference to earn player of the year hon- 
ors, joining only NC State's David Thompson and 
Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... is one of only two play- 
ers in conference history to be an All-ACC first-team 
selection in both his freshman and sophomore sea- 
sons ... consensus first team All-American, named 
on every All-America list following his extraordinarily 
productive 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 aver- 
age a double/double for his entire career ... the No. 
1 overall selection in the 1995 NBA Draft by the 
Golden State Warriors ... currently a member of the 
Minnesota Timberwolves. 




STL 



PF-DQ 



REBS-AVG 



PTSAVG 

224-10.6 

508-22.1 

654-21.8 

1386-18.7 




pa. 


RM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBSAVG 


PTS-AVG 


400 


168-229 


.734 


25 


93 


42 


104-7 


321-10.7 


582-19.4 


429 


209-282 


.741 


40 


97 


51 


87-3 


362-10.7 


708-20.8 


423 


377-511 


.737 


65 


190 


93 


191-10 


683-10.7 


1290-20.1 



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Charles ''Buck'' Williams 

All- America • I 98 I 



6-8, Center/ 
Forward 
Hometown: 
Rocky Mt., N.C. 
Played: I 979-8 I 



On Williams: An outstanding scorer and extraordi- 
nary rebounder, Williams earned All-Annerica hon- 
ors following his junior season ... entered the NBA 
following his junior season ... averaged 15.6 points 
and 11.7 rebounds a garre as a junior ... he is the 
No. 3 rebounder in Maryland history with 928 ca- 
reer rebounds, third only to Len Elmore and Derrick 

Buck Williams' Career Statistics 




YEAR 

1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
TOTALS 



GP 

30 
24 
31 
85 



FGM-FGA 

120-206 
143-236 
183-283 
446-725 



PCT. 

.583 
.606 
.647 
.615 



Walt Williams 

All- America • I 99S 




E-8, Forward/ 
Guard 
Hometown: 
Temple Hills, Mo. 
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 op- 
portunity to turn professional early or transfer to an- 
other school because of the Terps' NCAA sanctions, 
and his loyalty to Maryland was one of the key rea- 
sons why Maryland was able to field competitive 
teams during that period ... as a senior he broke the 
school record for points in a season as he scored 
776 (the old mark of 743 points was held by Len 
Bias in 1985-86) ... also broke the school record for 
scoring average with a 26.8 points per game mark 
(the old mark of 23.3 was held by Will Hetzel in 



Walt 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 Gomes ... 
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. 



FTM-RA 

60-109 

85-128 

116-182 

261419 



PCT. 
.550 
.664 
.637 
.623 



AST 

18 
27 
31 
76 



BLK 
25 
17 
29 
71 



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 aver- 
age is the eighth-best average in school history ... to- 
taled 11 games with 30 or more points during his 
senior season and had 14 such gomes during his ca- 
reer -the mostof anyTerp player in history... 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. Na- 
tional 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. 




STL 
29 
32 
29 
90 



PF-DQ 

77-2 

87-4 

94-4 

258-10 



REBS-AVG 

323-10.8 
242-10.1 
363-11.7 
928-10.9 



PTSAVG 

300-10.0 

371-15.5 

482-15,5 

1153-13.6 




YEAR 

1988-89 

1989-90 

1990-91 

1991-92 

TOTALS 



GP 

26 
33 
17 
29 
105 



FGM-FGA 

75-170 

143-296 

109-243 

256-542 

583-1251 



PCT. 
.441 
.483 
.449 
.472 
.466 



3PM-3PA 

7-27 

30-67 

28-95 

89-240 

154-429 



pa. 

.259 
.448 
.295 
.371 
.359 



FTM-FTA 

33-53 
104-134 

72-86 
175-231 
384-504 



pa. 

.623 
.776 
.837 
.758 
.762 



AST 

66 
149 

91 
104 
410 



BLK 

13 
34 
6 
28 
81 



STL PF-DQ REBS-AVG 



33 
57 
25 
60 
175 



76-7 
115-7 
51-2 
98-6 
340-22 



92-3.5 
138-4.2 

86-5.1 
162-5.6 
4784.6 



PTS-AVG 

190-73 

420-12.7 

318-18,7 

776-26 8 

1704-16.2 



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Maryland's Award Winners 





ACC Player of the Year 

1979-80 Albert King 

1984-85 LenBias 

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] 
1999-00 Gary Williams 

ICollege Hoops llluslratedj 

All-ACC Selections 

1953-54 Gene Shue( 1st) 
1954-55 Bob Kessler (2nd) 
1955-56 Bob Kessler (2nd) 
1956-57 Bob O'Brien (2nd) 
1957-58 Nick Davis (2nd) 

John Nacincik (2nd) 
1958-59 Charles McNeil (2nd) 
1959-60 Bob McDonald (2nd) 
1960-61 Bob McDonald (2nd) 
1962-63 Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 
1964-65 Jay McMillen (2nd) 
1965-66 Gory Ward (2nd) 
1968-69 Will Hetzel (2nd) 
1969-70 Will Hetzel (2nd) 
1970-71 Jim O'Brien (2nd) 
1971-72 Tom McMillen (1st) 

Len Elmore (2nd) 
1972-73 Tom McMillen (1st) 

Len Elmore (2nd) 
1973-74 Len Elmore (1st) 

John Lucos (Isl) 
1974-75 John Lucas ( 1 St) 

Owen Brown (2nd) 

Brad Davis (2nd) 

Maurice Howard (2nd) 
1975-76 John Lucas (1st) 
1976-77 Brad Davis (2nd) 
1978-79 Larry Gibson (2nd) 
1979-80 Albert King (1st) 

Greg Manning (2nd) 

Buck Williams (2nd) 
1980-81 Albert King (2nd) 

Buck Williams (2nd) 
1982-83 Adrian Branch (2nd) 

Ben Coleman (2nd) 
1983-84 Ben Coleman (2nd) 
1984-85 Len Bias (1st) 

Adrion Branch (2nd) 
1985-86 Len Bios (1st) 
1986-87 Derrick Lewis (2nd) 
1988-89 Tony Massenburg (3rd) 

Jerrod Mustaf (3rd) 
1990-91 Matt Roe (3rd) 



1991-92 Wall Williams (1st) 

1993-94 Joe Smith (1st) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 
Johnny Rhodes (HM) 
Duone Simpkins (HM) 

1994-95 Joe Smith (Isl) 

Johnny Rhodes (3rd) 
Keith Booth (HM) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Duone Simpkins (HM) 

1995-96 Johnny Rhodes (2nd) 
Keith Booth (3rd) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1996-97 Keith Booth (1st) 
Laron Profit (HM) 

1997-98 Rodney Elliott (3rd) 
Laron Profit (3rd) 
Obinna Ekezie (HM) 

1998-99 Steve Francis (I St) 

Terence Morris (2nd) 
Laron Profit (3rd) 
Terrell Stokes (HM) 

1999-00 Lonny Baxter ( 1 St) 
Juan Dixon (1st) 
Terence Morris (2nd) 
Steve Blake (HM) 

All-ACC Tournament 

1954 Gene Shue (1st team) 

1956 Bob Kessler (2nd) 

1957 John Nacincik (2nd) 

1958 Nick Davis (1st) 
Charles McNeil (1st) 
Al Bunge (2nd) 

1961 Bill Stosiulatis (2nd) 

1962 Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 
1965 Joy McMillen (2nd) 

Gory Ward (2nd) 

1972 Len Elmore (1st) 
Tom McMillen (1st) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd) 

1973 Tom McMillen (1st) 
John Lucas (1st) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd) 

1974 Tom McMillen (1st) 
John Lucas (1st) 
Maurice Howard ( 1 st) 
Len Elmore (2nd) 
Owen Brown (2nd) 

1975 John Lucas (1st) 

1976 Maurice Howord (2nd) 
Steve Sheppard (2nd) 

1978 Lawrence Boston (2nd) 
Larry Gibson (2nd) 

1979 Larry Gibson (2nd) 

1980 Albert King (1st, MVP) 
Greg Manning (1st) 
Ernest Graham (2nd) 
Buck Williams (2nd) 

1981 Albert King (1st) 



1984 



1986 
1988 
1989 
1992 

1995 

1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Buck Williams (1st) 
Ernest Graham (2nd) 
Len Bios (1st, MVP) 
Ben Coleman (1st) 
Adrian Branch (2nd) 
Len Bios ( 1 st) 
Keith Gatlin (2nd) 
Tony Massenburg ( 1 st) 
Walt Williams (2nd) 
Exree Hipp (2nd) 
Joe Smith (2nd) 
Keith Booth (2nd) 
Keith Booth (2nd) 
Rodney Elliott (2nd) 
Steve Francis ( 1 st) 
Lonny Baxter ( 1 st) 
Juan Dixon (1st) 
Terence Morris (2nd) 



ACC Player of the Week 

1972-73 Tom McMillen 
Jim O'Brien 
John Lucas 
Len Elmore 
Tom Roy (2) 
John Lucas (2) 
Steve Sheppard 
Maurice Howard 
John Lucas 
Lawrence Boston 
Ernest Graham 
Albert King 
Greg Manning 
Albert King (2) 
Greg Monning 
Albert King (2) 
Adrian Branch 
Herman Veal 
Ben Coleman (2) 
Jeff Adkins 
Adrian Branch 
Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Len Bias (2) 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
John Johnson 
Tony Massenburg 
Wolt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Joe Smith (2) 
Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 
Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth (2) 
Sarunos Jasikevicius 
Steve Francis (2) 
Laron Profit 
Lonny Baxter 
Juan Dixon (2) 
Terence Morris 



1973-74 



1974-75 



1975-76 



1977-78 
1978-79 



1979-80 

1980-81 
1982-83 

1983-84 



1984-85 

1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1994-95 

1995-96 

1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 

1999-00 



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Maryland's Award Winners 



ACC Rookie of the Week 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien (2) 




Darreli Brown 




Howard White 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (4) 




Len Elmore 


1972-73 


John Lucas (2) 


1974-75 


Brad Davis (3) 




Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 


Larry Gibson 




Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 


Bill Bryant (2) 




Mike Davis 




Jo Jo Hunter 


1977-78 


Greg Manning (2) 




Albert King 


1978-79 


Buck Williams (3) 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch |3) 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman (2) 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis (3 Times) 


1985-86 


John Johnson 


1986-87 


Teyon McCoy (2) 




Steve Hood 


1987-88 


Brian Williams (2) 


1988-89 


Jerrod Mustof (3 Times) 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp (2) 




Johnny Rhodes (2| 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (6 Times) 



All 

1930- 

1932- 
1935- 

1937- 
1938 



-Southern Conference 

31 Bosey Berger 

Ed Ronkin 
33 Rufus Vincent 
36 Bernie Buscher 



38 
■39 



1944 
1948 



45 
49 



Vic Willis 
George Knepley 
George Knepley 
Eddie Johnson 
George DeWitt 
Jack Flynn 
Lee Brawley 



All-Southern Conference 
Tournament 



931 


Bosey Berger 




Ed Ronkin 


939 


George Knepley 


945 


Jack Flynn 


951 


Dick Koffenberger 


953 


Gene Shue (MVP) 



Academic All-America 

1971-72 Tom McMillen (1st) 

1972-73 Tom McMillen (1st) 

1973-74 Tom McMillen (1st) 

1980-81 Greg Manning (2nd) 

1990-91 Matt Roe (1st) 

Phi Beta Kappa 

1978-79 EricShrader 

NCAA Post-Craouate 
Scholarship 

1970 Tom Milroy (alt.) 

1974 Tom McMillen 

1981 Greg Manning 

199r Matt Roe 

All-ACC Academic 

1966-67 Joy McMillen 

1968-69 Tom Milroy 

1971-72 Tom McMillen 

1972-73 Tom McMillen 

1973-74 Tom McMillen 

1976-77 Steve Sheppard 

Brian Magid 

1978-79 Greg Manning 

1979-80 Greg Manning 

1980-81 Greg Manning 

1983-84 Charles Driesell 

1984-85 Charles Driesell 

1990-91 Matt Roe 

Scholar-Athlete Award 

1989-90 Matt Roe 

1990-91 Matt Roe 

1991-92 Vince Broadnox 

1992-93 KurtisShultz 

1993-94 Kurtis Shultz 

1994-95 MottRaydo 

1995-96 MattKovorik 

1996-97 MattKovorik 

1997-98 MattKovorik 

1998-99 MattHahn 

1999-00 MattHahn 



Most Valuable Player 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


Tom McMillen 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


1976-77 


Lorry Gibson 



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 

1999-00 



Larry Gibson 
Lorry Gibson 
Albert King 
Albert King 
Adrian Branch 
Adrian Branch 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Mossenburg 
Tony Mossenburg 
Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Elliott 
Steve Francis 
Terence Morris 
Terence Morris 




Most Improved Player 

1969-70 Sparky Still 

1970-71 Jim O'Brien 

1971-72 Dorrell Brown 

1972-73 John Lucas 

1973-74 Owen Brown 

1974-75 Maurice Howard 

1975-76 Brad Davis 

1976-77 Lawrence Boston 

1977-78 Greg Manning 

1978-79 Ernest Graham 

1979-80 Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 Steve Rivers 

1981-82 Charles Pittmon 

1982-83 Len Bias 

1983-84 Terry Long 

1984-85 Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

1985-86 Jeff Baxter 

1986-87 Dave Dickerson 

1987-88 Tony Mossenburg 

1988-89 Cedric Lewis 

1989-90 Jesse Martin 

1990-91 Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 Evers Burns 

1992-93 Chris Kerwin 

1993-94 Mario Lucas 

Duone Simpkins 

1994-95 Wayne Bristol 

1996-97 Obinno Ekezie 




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Career Contribution 

1969-70 Will Hetzel 

1970-71 Jay Flowers 

1971-72 Charlie Blank 

1972-73 Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 Tom McMillan 

1974-75 Billy Hahn 

1975-76 John Lucas 

1976-77 John Povlos, Mgr. 

1977-78 Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 Larry Gibson 

1979-80 John Bilney 

1980-81 Albert King 

1981-82 Dutch Morley 

1982-83 Adrian Branch 

1983-84 JeffAdkins 

1984-85 Charles Driesell 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 not awarded 

1987-88 Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 Dove Dickerson 

1989-90 Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 Walt Williams 

1992-93 Evers Burns 

Newcomer of the Year 

1987-88 Brian Williams 

1988-89 JerrodMustaf 

1989-90 Evers Burns 

1990-91 Garfield Smith 

1991-92 John Walsh 

1992-93 ExreeHipp 

Johnny Rhodes 

Coaches' Award 

1989-90 JerrodMustaf 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 Garfield Smith 

1992-93 KurtisShultz 

Chris Patton 
Rebounding Award 

1969-70 RodHorst 

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 Lorry Gibson 

1978-79 BuckWillioms 

1979-80 BuckWillioms 

1980-81 BuckWillioms 

1981-82 Herman Veol 

1982-83 Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 



1984-85 Len Bios 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 Tony Massenburg 

Buck Williams 
Reboundinc 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 

1999-00 LonnyBoxter 

Bud Millikan Defensive 
Player of the Year 

1990-91 Vince Broodnox 

Cedric Lewis 
1991-92 Vince Broodnox 
1992-93 Kevin McLinton 
1993-94 Johnny Rhodes 
1994-95 ExreeHipp 

Joe Smith 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 Vince Broodnox 

1990-91 Vince Broodnox 

1991-92 Chris Kerwin 

1992-93 Mike Thibeaulf 

1993-94 Keith Booth 

1994-95 MattRoydo 

Outstanding Free 
Throw Shooter 

1989-90 Walt Williams 

1990-91 Walt Williams 

1991-92 Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 Duone Simpkins 

1994-95 Duone Simpkins 

1995-96 Duone Simpkins 

1996-97 Sarunosjosikevicius 

1997-98 Sarunosjosikevicius 

1998-99 Juan Dixon 

1999-00 Juan Dixon 



Most Improved Free 
Throw Shooter 

199^97 Rodney Elliott 
1997-98 Obinno Ekezie 

Most Assists Award 

1989-90 Walt Williams 

199a91 Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 Duone Simpkins 

1994-95 Duane Simpkins 

1995-96 Duone Simpkins 

1996-97 Terrell Stokes 

1997-98 Terrell Stokes 

1998-99 Terrell Stokes 

1999-00 Steve Bloke 

Senior Award 

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

Career 
Achievement Award 

1998-99 Loron Profit 

Maryland Basketball 
Service Award 

1997-98 Jock Zone 
1998-99 Johnny Hollidoy 
1999-00 JackHeise 

Chevrolet Scholarship 
MVP Awards 

1982-83 Adrian Branch vs. Houston 

Ben Coleman vs. Notre Dame 

1983-84 Jeff Adkins vs. Boston College 
Herman Veal vs. Boston College 
Keith Gotlin vs. North Corolino 
Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 

1989-90 Jesse Martin vs. Duke 

1993-94 Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 

Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts 
Keith Booth vs. Michigan 

1994-95 Exree Hipp vs. Gonzogo 
Joe Smith vs. Texas 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Connecticut 

1995-96 Johnny Rhodes vs. Sonto Clara 

1996-97 Keith Booth vs. Charleston 

1997-98 Rodney Elliott vs. Utoh State 
Sarunosjosikevicius vs. Illinois 
Rodney Elliott vs. Arizona 

1998-99 Terence Morris vs. Valparaiso 
Terence Morris vs. Creighton 
Terence Morris vs. St. John's 

1999-00 Terence Morris vs. lona 
Lonny Baxter vs. UCLA 



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/Jl-Time Letterwinners 



Burton, Tim, 1984-85-86-87 
Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
Buller, Jay , 1953 

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Acrto, Josejsh, 1944 
Adorns, Donald, 1926-27-28 
Adkins.Jeff, 1982-83-84-85 
Allen, John, 1929 
Alien, Benjamin, 1936-37 
Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike, 1990 
Andorka, William, 1935 
Arsnworthy, Frank, 1949-50 
Ausbnder, Brion, 1969, 71 
Avery, John, 1966-67-68 



Boite, Edword, 1942-43 
Bolter, Harmon, 1925 

Bolochow, Dovid, 1945 
Baldwin, Taylor, 1979-80-81-82 
Barton, Joseph, 1962 
Baxter, Jeff, 1983-84-85-86 
Boxter, Lonny, 1999-00 
Beomer, Francis, 1938-39 
Beatty, William, 1924-25-26 
Bechtle, Gerald, 1958-59-60 
Behr, Samuel, 1945 
Berger, Louis, 1930-31-32 
Bengoecheo, Adorn, 1938-39-40 
Berlin, H.S., 1918-19 
Bios, Leonard, 1983-84-85-86 
Bilney,John, 1977-78-79-80 
Blake, Steve, 2000 
Blonk, 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 
Bronch, Adrian, 1982-83-84-85 
Browley, C. Lee, 1949-50-51-52 
Braylon, Neil, 1964-65-66 
Brenner, John, 1942 
Bristol, Wayne, 1992-93-94-95 
Broadnox, Vince, 1989-90-91 
Brooks, Ronold, 1952-53-54 
Brown, Dorrell, 1971-72-73 
Brown, Owen, 1973-74-75 
Brown, William, 1936-37 
Bryant, Bernard, 1935 
Bryant, William, 1936-37 
Bryant, Williom, 1977-78 
Buckley John, 1945 
Bunge, Al, 1958-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph, 1924-25 
Burns, Evers, 1990-91-92-93 



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Campbell, William, 1945 
Cardwell, lee, 1925-26 
Corlson, Phillip, 1963-64-65 
Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 
Carter, Harold, 1934 
Corlwright, Mork, 1972 
Cephas, LoRon, 1998-99-00 
Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 
Chamberlain, Kevin, 1990 
Chose, Spencer, 1932-33-34 
Chong, Eddie, 1989-90 
Chronisler, Jon, 1991-92 
Clark, Jockie, 1964-65-66 
Cohen, Morris, 1932 
Cole, Kenneth, 1913-14 
Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 
Collins, James, 1938 
Connelly, Thomos, 1951 
Crawford, Mark, 1977 
Crescenze, Edward, 1948 
Crosthwoit, Samuel, 1927 
Cutler, Robert, 1958 




Daly, Edward, 1935 
Donko, Eugene, 1958-59 
Davis, Brod, 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 
Dorstyne, R.S., 1914 
DeCosnno, Michael, 1964-65 
Dewitt, George, 1939-40 
Dickerson, David, 1986-87-88-89 
Ditfie, Granville, 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 
Dixon, Juan, 1999-00 
Downing, Matt, 1991-92 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell, Charles, 1982-83-84-85 
Dudley, Aaron, 1991-92 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
DuVoll, Meorle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer, Harold, 1934 




Eicher, Robert, 1961-62-63 

Eiseman,John, 1918-19 
Ekezie, Obinno, 1996-97-98-99 
Elliott, Rodney, 1995-96-97-98 
Elmore, Len, 1972-73-74 



Englebert, Erwin, 1944 
Ensor, Lionel, 1924-25-26 
Eskin, Neol, 1981-82-83-84 
Etienne, Max, 1989-90 
Evans, Warren, 1933 
Evons, William, 1928-29-30 
Everett, Robert, 1953-54-55 




Bhn, 1924-25-26-27 UUU 

; Edword, 1983 
Farrell, Shown, 1978 
Fellows, Frank, 1951, 1953 
Fennel, E.G., 1944 
Ferguson, Scott, 1962-63-64 
Fetters, Robert, 1941-42 
Fern, Gustav, 1957 
Fields, Norman, 1996-97-98-99 
Finniff, Doug, 1991 
Flowers, Joy, 1970 
Flynn,John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergiil, Mork, 1980, 82-83-84 
Francis, Steve, 1999 
Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, frank, 1955 





Gorrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gotlin, Keith, 1984-85-86, 88 
Goylor, Robert, 1929-30 
Gibson, Lawrence, 1976-77-78-79 
Gilbert, H.D„ 1919 
Gilmore, Jack, 1941 
Gleosner, John, 1946 
Gordley, Larry, 1972 
Graham, Ernest, 1978-79-80-81 
Greco, Rolph, 1952-53-54 
Greenspan, Gerald, 1961-62-63 
Gregg, David, 1986 
Groves, John, 1924 
Guckeyson, Bill, 1935, 37 




Hahn, Matt, 199;^W9!00 l:J=>i=i;i'H=l=l??l 

Hohn, Billy, 1974-75-76 

Hoil, Irving, 1924 

Holleck, James, 1957-58-59 

Hammerlund, Robert, 1937 

Hankin, Robert, 1950 

Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 

Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 

Hart, Robert, 1978-79 

Hothawoy Jeff, 1978-79 

Heodley, Coleman, 1938 

Heagy, Al, 1928-29-30 

Healley, Jock, 1945 

Heil, George, 1940 

Heise.John, 1946-47 

Henderson, David, 1977 1979-80 



Hess, Horry, 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, Thomos, 1945 
Holberl, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 
Holden, Tahj, 2000 
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 
Hunfemann, Charles, 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo, 1977-78 



I 



Jackson, William, 1951 
Jackson, Reggie, 1979-80-81-82 
Joeck, Paul, 1945 
James, Robert, 1942-43 
Jormosko, George, 1941 
Jasikevicius, Sarunos, 1995-96-97- 
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 





gnski, Matt,1989-90 
ftino,R.S, 1918 
Koplon, Zev, 1955 " 
Korver, Mark, 1987-88 
Kossel, Steve, 1979-80-81 
Kosoff, Milch, 1987-88-89-90 
Kebeck, Steve, 1970-71 
Keene, Robert, 1946 
Keller, Chorles, 1935-36-37 
Kelleher, Charles, 1960-61-62 
Kerwin, Chris, 1992-93 
Kessler, Robert, 1954-55-56 
King, Albert, 1978-79-8a81 
Kinsman, James, 1943 
Knepley, George, 1937-38-39 
Knepley, Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert, 1919 
Koffenberger, Dick, 1950-51-52 
Kovorik, Malt, 1994-95-97-98 
Krukor, Pete, 1958-59-60 




i I 



159 




iors,.Awards^TNBA^ 



2000-01 MARYLAND BASKETBA 



Murray, Roberl, 1947-48-49, 55 
MustoUerrod, 1989-90 



Ladd, Roberl, 1957 
laka.,Williain. 194<6k 

Lonn, Alvin, 1948,50 
Leuci, Victor, 1954 
Levin, Julius, 1933 
levin, Morris, 1952-53 
Levine, Frank, 1933 
Lewis, Cedric, 1988-89-90-91 
Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87.8E 
Lewis, Roberl, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas, Morio, 1993-94-95-96 
Luney, William, NA 






Mack, Charles, 194W0 
Madigan, George, 1928-29-30 
Magid, Brian, 1976-77 
Manis, George, 1951-52-53 
Manning, Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Mardesich, Mike, 1998-99-00 
Marshal, Alfred, NA 
Marsholl, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin, Jesse, 1989-90 
Mossenburg, Tony, 1986, 1988-89-90 
May, Charles, 1930-31-32 
Moyolo, Vinny, 1982-83-84-85-86 
Mays, H,W,. 1911 
McCall, Colvin, 2000 
McCarthy, John, 1936-3738 
McCoy. Teyon, 1987-88, 90 
McCudy, Bruce, 1949 
McDonold, Robert, 1959, 61 
McDonold, Leib, 1941 
McGinnis, Wayne, 1957 
McHale, Richard, 1971 
McLinlon, Kevin, 1990-91-92-93 
McMillen, James, 1965-66-67 
McMillen, Thomos, 1972-73-74 
McNeil, Charles, 1958-59 
McWilliams, Samuel, 1963-64 
Mercer, Alvin, 1973-74 
Memo, James, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Danny, 1999-00 
Miller, Thomas, 1966 
Milroy, Thomas, 1968-69-70 
Mobus, Paul, 1936-37 
Mondorf, Pershing, 1939-40 
Mont, Thomos, 1942-43, 47 
Moore, Dwighl, 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, 1998-99-00 
Morris, William, 1913-14 
Mueller, Richard, 1964 
Mulilz. Milton, 1937-38. 40 
Murphy. William. 1957-58-59 



Nared, Greg, 19B6-87-88-89 
NeoUohn, 1971-72 
Nevin, Phil, 1987 
Newsome, John, 1975-76 
Nicholas, Drew, 2000 
Nofsinger, Michoel, 1960-61-62 
Norris,John, 1930-31-32 
Nuttle, Byron, 1943 




O'Brien, Jim, 1971-72-73 

O'Brien. Robert, 1955 56-57 
Ochsenreiter, Eugene, 1939-4a41 




Palmer, Biyan, 1983,85 
Porker, Alvin, 1924 
Potton. Chris, 1975-76 
Povlos.John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Molvin, 1944, 47 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
Petrovic, Nemonja, 1993 
Pinocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittmon, Charles, 1981-82 
Pitzer,John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1946 
Porac, Richord. 1972-73-74 
Prins, Curtis, 1957 
Profit, Laron, 1996-97-98-99 




Ready, Michael, 191° 

Roinge, Alan, 1992 

Raydo, Matt, 1994-95-96-97 

Rea, Williom, 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, Porlick, 1930 

Roy, Thomas, 1973-74-75 



l-55-56EU^ 
Sa n(l « H i Hotvcy , 1970 
Schouller, Charles, 1955-56 
Scheele, Thomas, 1935 
Schmidt, Francis, 1933 
Schroeder, David, 1961 
Schuerholz, Donald, 1942-43, 47 
Schullz. Logon, 1938 
ShoKer, Richord, 1939 
Shonohan, Gerry, 1960 
Sheppord, Sieve, 1975-76-77 
Shroder, Eric, 197778-79 
Shue, Gene, 1952-53-54 
Shullz, Kurtis, 1992-93-94-95 
Shumate, John. 1947 
SiegrisI, Ronold, 1948-49 
Simpkins, Duone, 1993-94-95-96 
Simms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood, Lawrence, 1928-29 
Smith, Alman. 1997-98 
Smith, Bernord, 1948-49-50 
Smilh, Garfield, 1991-92 
Smith, Joe, 1994-95 
Snyder, Robert, 1933-34 
Sothoron, Norwood, 1934-35 
Stosiulolis, Williom, 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 
Strochan, John, 1951 
Suder. George, 1964 
Suit, Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee, William, 1924-25-26 
Sweeney, Daniel, 1963 




Taylor, Rlehond,- 1949 
Thibeoull, Mike, 1991-92-93 
Thomos, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert, 1955 
Tillman, James, 1976-77 
Tomlinson, Chris, 1992-93-94-95 
Traps, Ernest, 1942-43 
Trimble, Japelh, 1972, 74 
Troxell, Walter, 1924-25-26 
Truox, Terry, 1967-68 
Tull,JJ„ 1914 
Turyn, Victor, 1946-47 
Tuschok, Richord, 1944 



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






ght,Troy 19?a89-90| 
W(^r. George, f^3 
Walker. Rodney, 1988 
Waller, Edward, 1947 
Walsh, John, 1992-93 
Word, Gory, 1964-65-66 
Walkins, Brian, 1997-98-99 
Walters, Albert, 1935-36-37 
Weber, George, 1933 
Webster, Dovid, 1954-55 
Weidinger, Chorles. 1940 
Weingorten, Julian, 1957-58 
Wharton, James, 1941 
Wheeler, Woverly, 1936-3738 
While, Joseph, 1942 
While, Howard, 1971-72-73 
Wiles, F, Michael, 1969-70 
Wiles, Peter, 1960 
Williams, Charles, 1979-80-81 
Williams, Gory. 1965-66-67 
Williams, Walt, 1989-90-91-92 
Wilson, Roberl, 1931-32 
Wilson, Roberl, 1960-61 
Wilson. Len, 1913 
Winnemore, Augustine, 1929 
Wise, Richmond, 1964-65-66 
Woodword, Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington, Charles, 1969 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 




Yates, Barry, 1971 
Yordy, Rjji|iiig|945. 49 
Young, Curley, 1990 
Young, Thomas, 1953-54, 58 
Yowell, Roy, 1934 




Zaiesak, Emanuel, 1924 
i£ii)iennoivJain»tf-)SS5 

Zizakovic, Lubo. 1993 



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All-Time Terps In The NBA 





Keith Booth 

Chicago Bulls, 1998-99 

Lawrence Boston 

Washington Bullets, 1980 

Adrian Branch 

Los Angeles Lakers, 1987 

New Jersey Nets, 1988 

Portland Trail Blazers, 1989 

Minnesota Timberwolves, 1990 

EvERs 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 

Obinna Ekezie 

Vancouver Grizzlies, 2000 
Washington Wizards, 2000-present 

Len Elmore 

Indiana Pacers, 1975-79 
Kansas City Kings, 1980 
Milwaukee Bucks, 1981 
New Jersey Nets, 1982-83 
New York Knicks, 1984 

Steve Francis 

Houston Rockets, 2000-present 

Jerry Greenspan 

Philadelphia 76ers, 1964-65 

Maurice Howard 

Cleveland Cavaliers, 1977 
New Orleons Jazz, 1977 

Albert King 

New Jersey Nets, 1982-87 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1988 
San Antonio Spurs, 1989 



John Lucas 

Houston Rockets, 1977-78; 1985-86; 

Golden State Warriors, 1979-81 

Washington Bullets, 1982-83 

Son Antonio Spurs, 1984 

Milwaukee Bucks, 1987-88 

Seattle SuperSonics, 1989 



990 





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Ail-Time Terps In The NBA 





Tony Massenburc 

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, 2000-present 

Houston Rockets, 1999-2000 

Tom McMillen 

Buffalo Braves, 1976-77 

New York Knicks, 1977 

Atlanta Hawks, 1978-83 

Washington Bullets, 1984-85 

Jerrod Mustaf 

New York Knicks, 1991 
Phoenix Suns, 1992-1994 

Jim D'Brien 

New York Nets, 1974 
Memphis Sounds (ABA), 1975 

Charles Pittman 

Phoenix Suns, 1983-86 

Laron Profit 

Washington Wizards, 2000-present 

Steve Sheppard 

Chicago Bulls, 1978-79 
Detroit Pistons, 1979 

Gene Shue 

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 Blozers, 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 

Houston Rockets, 1999-present 





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Terps As Pro Coaches 


Cene Shue 






NBA Coach Of The Year 


• 1969. I98S 


Year 


Team 


Record 


Postseoson 


1966-67 


Baltimore Bullets 


16-40 




1967-68 


Boltimore Bullets 


36-46 




1968-69 


Baltimore Bullets 


57-25 


Eastern Div. Semis 


1969-70 


Baltimore Bullets 


50-32 


Eastern Div. Semis 


1970-71 


Baltimore Bullets 


42-40 


NBA Finals 


1971-72 


Baltimore Bullets 


38-44 


Eastern Conf Semis 


1972-73 


Baltimore Bullets 


52-30 


Eastern Conf. Semis 


1973-74 


Philadelphia 76ers 


25-57 




1974-75 


Philadelphia 76ers 


34-48 




1975-76 


Philadelphia 76ers 


46-36 




1976-77 


Philadelphia 76ers 


50-32 




1977-78 


Philadelphia 76ers 


2-4 




1978-79 


San Diego Clippers 


43-39 




1979-80 


San Diego Clippers 


35-47 




1981-82 


Washington Bullets 


39-43 


Eastern Conf Semis 


1982-83 


Washington Bullets 


42-40 




1983-84 


Washington Bullets 


35-47 


Eastern Conf. IstRd. 


1984-85 


Washington Bullets 


40-42 


Eostem Conf. 1 st Rd. 


1985-86 


Washington Bullets 


32-37 


Eastern Conf. 1 st Rd. 


1987-88 


Los Angeles Clipper 


17-65 




1988-89 


Los Angetes Clipper 


10-28 






BULLETS TOTALS 522-505 


.510 




76ERS TOTALS 157-177 


.470 




CLIPPERS TOTALS 105-179 


.348 




NBA TOTALS 784-861 


.477 


John Lucas 






Year 


Team 


Record 


Postseason 


1992 


Miami Tropics (USBL) 24-4 


USBL Champions 


1993 


Miami Tropics (USBL) )4-5 


USBL Champions 


1992-93 


San Antonio Spurs 


39-22 


Western Conf. Semis 


1993-94 


San Antonio Spurs 


55-27 


Western Conf IstRd. 


1994-95 


Philadelphia 76ers 


24-58 




1995-96 


Philadelphia 76ers 


18-64 






SPURS TOTALS 


94-49 


.658 




76ERS TOTALS 


42-122 


.256 




TROPICS TOTALS 


38-9 


.809 




OVERALL TOTALS 174-180 


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Terps' NBA Draft History 

All-Time Draft Picks 

Year Selection (Round, Teom) 

1 954 Gene Shue ( 1 st Round, #3 overall, Philadelphia) 

1 955 Bob Kessler (2nd/Fort Wayne| 
1958 John Nocincik (3rd/Syracuse) 

Nick Davis (11 th/Philodelphio) 
1 960 Al Bunge ( 1 st, #7 overall/Philadelphia 

Charlie McNeil (6th/New York) 

Jerry Bechtle ( 1 6th/New York) 
1963 Jerry Greenspan (3rd/Syracu5e) 

1 966 Gary Ward (6th/Boston) 

1 967 Joy McMillen (9th/L.A. Lakers) 
Joe Harrington (llth/Boston) 

1970 Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore) 

1 971 Barry Yates (8th/Philadelphia) 

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

1 974 Tom McMillen ( 1 st, #9 overall/Buffalo) 
Len Elmore (lst/#13 overall/Washington) 

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

1976 John Lucos (1st, #1 overall/Houston) 
Maurice Howard (2nd/Cleveland) 

1977 Brad Davis (Isl, #15 overall/LA. Lakers) 

1 978 Larry Boston (4th/Wa5hington) 

1979 Larry Gibson (3rd/Milwaukee) 

1981 Buck Williams (1st, #3 overall/New Jersey) 
Albert King ( 1 st, # 1 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) 

1 986 Len Bias ( 1 st, #2 overall/Boston) 
1 988 Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago) 
1990 Jerrod Mustaf (1st, #17 overall/New York) 

Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio) 

1 992 Walt Williams ( 1 st, #7 overall/Sacramento) 

1993 Evers Burns (2nd/Sacramento) 
1995 Joe Smith (1st, #1 overall/Golden State) 
1 997 Keith Booth ( 1 st, #28 overall/Chicago) 
1 999 Steve Francis ( 1 st, #2 overall/Vancouver) 

Obinna Ekezie (2nd/Vancouver) 
Loron Proht (2nd/Orlando) 



First Round Draft 


Picks 




Player, Team 


Year N 


jmber 


Gene Shue, Philodelphio 


1954 


3 


Al Bunge, Philadelphia 


1960 


7 


Tom McMillen, LA. Lakers 


1974 


9 


Len Elmore, Washington 


1974 


13 


John Lucas, Houston 


1976 


1 


Brad Davis, L.A, Lakers 


1977 


15 


Buck Williams, New Jersey 


1981 


3 


Albert King, New Jersey 


1981 


10 


Len Bios, Boston 


1986 


2 


Jerrod Mustaf, New York 


1990 


17 


Walt Williams, Sacramento 


1992 


7 


Joe Smith, Golden State 


1995 


1 


Keith Booth, Chicago 


1997 


28 


Steve Francis, Vancouver 


1998 


2 



Terps Drafted By Round 

First Round 14 

Second Round 8 

Third Round 8 

Fourth Round 1 

Fifth Round 

Sixth Round 3 

Seventh Round 1 

Eighth Round 2 

Ninth Round 3 

Tenth Round 1 

Eleventh Round 2 

Fourteenth Round 1 

Sixteenth Round 1 




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Terps' NBA Draft History 



WASHINGTON, DC - Buoyed by three firsl and 
second round draft picks from Wasfiington, D.C.'s MCI 
Center at tfie 1999 NBA Draft, Maryland and Gary Wil- 
liams have osserted themselves in recent years among 
the most prominent schools in developing NBA talent. 

What's more, Maryland's Steve Francis, the No. 2 
pick in that '99 draft, went on to become the NBA's Co- 
Rookie of the Year last season. Joining Francis in the '99 
draft bonanza were teammates Obinna Ekezie and Laron 
Profit, giving the Terps three selections in a single draft 
for the fourth time in school history. Chosen by the 
Vancouver Grizzlies to give Maryland three lottery se- 
lections in just an eight-year span, Francis was traded in 
the preseason to the Houston Rockets for whom he led 
all NBA rookies with 6.6 steals in 1 999-00, and was the 
second-leading rookie scorer with 18 points per gome. 

Speculation raged before the '99 draft that the Chi- 
cago 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 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 War- 
riors in 1995. 

The Terps' draft windfall brought to four the number 
of all-time Maryland lottery selections - tied for eighth 
among all NCAA schools. Francis' selection with the 
No. 2 overall pick brought to three the number of lottery 
selections at Maryland under head coach Gary Will- 
iams. Overall, five Maryland players and seven overall 
since 1987 hove played for Gory Williams and become 
first-round draft picks with guaranteed contracts. 

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, on incredible total 
of 23 players (an average of more than one per year) 
have been NBA draft choices 



Maryland's Lottery History 



Teams With Two No. I Overall Picks 

Maryland; John Lucas, 1976; Joe Smith, 1995 
Georgetown: Patrick Ewing, 1985, Allen Iverson, 1996 
Houston: Elvin Hayes, 1968, Hakeem Olojuwon, 1984 
Michigan: Cozzie Russell, 1966; Chris Webber, 1993 
No. Carolina: James Worthy 1982; Brad Dougherty, 1986 
Purdue: Joe Barry Carroll, 1980; Glenn Robinson, 1994 
UCLA: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1969; Bill Walton, 1974 

Most All-Time Lottery Picks 



T8. 



Duke (8) 

North Carolino (8) 
Michigan (7) 
Arizona (5) 
Georgetown (5) 
Kentucky (5) 
UNLV(5) 
Marylond (4) 
California (4) 
Georgia Tech (4) 



Til. 



Arkansas (3) 
Cincinnati (3) 
Connecticut (3) 
Kansas (3| 
Louisville (3) 
Memphis |3) 
NC Stole (3) 
Utah (3) 




Gary Williams' NBA Draft Picks 



1999 



1997 
1995 
1993 
1992 

1990 

1989 



1987 
1986 
1985 

1984 

1983 



Steve Francis 
Obinna Ekezie 
Laron Profit 
Keith Booth 
Joe Smith 
Evers Burns 
Jim Jackson 
Walt Williams 
Jerrod Mustaf 
Tony Mossenburg 
Dana Barros 
Jay Burson 
Chris Jent 
Dennis Hopson 
Dominic Pressley 
Michael Adams 
Stu Primus 
Martin Clark 
Joy Murphy 



John Gorris 
Ron Crevier 
Gordon Austin 
Boo Bowers 
* recruited to Ohio State by Gary Williams 



Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Orlando Magic 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 
Maryland/Golden State Warriors 
Moryland/Socramento Kings 
Ohio Stote/Dollos Mavericks* 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 
Maryland/New York Knicks 
Maryland/Son Antonio Spurs 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 
Ohio State/Son Antonio Spurs 
Ohio State/Chicago Bulls 
Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 
Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 
Boston College/Socromento Kings 
Boston College/Indiana Pacers 
Boston College/Philadelphia 
Boston College/Golden State 
Boston College/Cleveland Cavaliers 
Boston College/Chicago Bulls 
American/Philadelphia 76ers 
Americon/Cleveland Cavaliers 



Gary Williams' NBA First Round Draft Picks 



1999 Steve Francis (#2 overall] 

1997 Keith Booth (#28 overall) 

1995 Joe Smith (#1 overall) 

1992 Jim Jackson (#5 overall) 

1992 Walt Williams (#7 overall) 

1990 Jerrod Mustaf (#17 overall; 

1987 Dennis Hopson (#3 overall 



Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 
Maryland/Chicago Bulls 
Maryland/Golden Stole Warriors 
Ohio Slate/Dallas Mavericks 
Maryland/Sacramento Kings 
Maryland/New York Knicks 
Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 



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•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 opproache; 
the world and its challenges. Students who graduate from the University o* 
Maryland have been exposed to the tools that allow them to put that perspec 
tive to work. Imparting such a perspective may be an ambitious project for un-< 
dergraduate education, 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. • i 

Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a 

I sense of identity and purpose, a concern for others, a sense of responsibility! 

. . for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness for knowledge. 

' and understanding, and a foundation for a lifetime of personal enrichment." 

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As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human( 
values," "celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the social con- 
1^ science," "monitor and assess private and collective assumptions," ancf 
"recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human condition. "( 
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 ancl< 
computation proficiently, reason mathematically, generate, 
clear questions and find probable arguments, reach sub- 
stantiated conclusions, and accept ambiguity." ' 

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University of Maryland 



The Campus 

The University of Maryland, College Pork, 
is the most comprehensive institution of higher edu- 
cation, research and service in the state. The uni- 
versity offers 100 undergraduate majors, 88 
master's programs and 69 doctoral programs in 
13 colleges and schools. 

The university is one of only 30 public re- 
search universities that ore members of the presti- 
gious 58-member Association of American Uni- 
versities. It is classified as a Research-I university 
by the Carnegie Foundation by virtue of the range 
of its baccalaureate programs, the amount of fed- 
eral 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 Asso- 
ciation of American Universities, Maryland ranks 
among the top in percentage of African-Ameri- 
can undergraduate students. In addition, the uni- 
versity has the largest number of African-Ameri- 
cans and other minority members among its peers. 

Flagship Status 

In 1988, the University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park, was designated as the flagship institu- 
tion for the University System of Maryland. As 
well as pursuing a serious research mission and 
continuing its high level of service to the state, the 
university rededicoted itself to providing the high- 
est quality graduate and undergraduate educa- 
tion. Increased undergraduate opportunities for 
research and individual study; the development 
of the College Park Scholars Program and the 
expansion of the University Honors Program; the 
genesis of Honors Humanities and Gemstone; the 
creation of CORE, the general education pro- 
gram; and the establishment of the Center for 
Teaching Excellence all affirmed the legislature's 
designation of flagship. 

Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University of 
Maryland library system: McKeldin (main) Li- 
brary, Architecture Library, Art Library, Engineer- 
ing and Physical Sciences Library, Hornbake Li- 
brary, Performing Arts Library, White Memorial 
(Chemistry) Librory. 

These libraries constitute the largest univer- 
sity research library institution in the Washington 
metropolitan area, providing vital resources to re- 
searchers, visiting scholars, and businesses 
throughout the region. The libraries' holdings in- 
clude more than 2.5 million 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 fac- 



ulty to advance their own expertise and bring 
their insights into the classroom, and for students 
to begin their exploration of their special inter- 
ests with proctical experience. On campus, spe- 
cial facilities and a number of organized research 
centers, bureaus, and institutes promote the ac- 
quisition and analysis of new knowledge in the 
arts, sciences ond applied fields. 

The university's enviable location - just nine 
miles from downtown Washington, D.C., and ap- 
proximately 30 miles from both Baltimore and An- 
napolis - 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 philoso- 
phy is reflected in the wide array of programs 
and initiatives that benefit the state's business, ag-j 
riculture and education communities. 

With more than 90 high technology firms is 
the three-county areo of Montgomery, Priricp:,^' 
George's and Frederick counties, the university Tias^ 
found abundant opportunity to extend its business"^*?' 
and technology outreach programs to the region. 
Many of these programs ore part of the Engineer-J 
ing Research Center, which operates the Techno! 
ogy Advancement Program and the Maryland In- 
dustrial Partnerships, programs designed to pro- 
vide Maryland entrepreneurs and small businesses' 
with research facilities, technical assistance, admin- 
istrative support, and access to technology that will 
advance their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has 
formed partnerships with major corporations, in- 
cluding Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF 
Goodrich, Hughes Aircraft and Dupont to apply 
advanced systems research to solving industry 
problems in the fields of communications, manu- 
facturing, controls and robotics. 

The University of Maryland features a di- 
versity of cultural and recreational activities. Four 
art galleries, more than 200 annual musical per- 
formances ond countless dance and theater pro- 
ductions, expose audiences to the broadest range 
of programs in the arts. And intercollegiate, club 
and intramural sports provide students of all lev- 
els an opportunity to participate as spectators or 
athletes. 

A Wired World 

Students at the University of Maryland are 
port of an academic community that enjoys free 
access to networked computer resources and fa- 
cilities that ore among the best in the country. Free 
computer accounts enable users to store class 
work on a networked server, download classroom 
support materials and other electronic informa- 
tion from campus networked resources such as 
inforM, or send electronic mail to faculty, fellow 
students or friends at other universities. 




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Maryland's Colleges and Schools 



College of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a variety of academic pra 
grams lliat apply science, nnanagement, design, and engineering to improve the world 
in which we live and work. Feeding the world populotion, developing scientifically- 
based land use practices ond policies, understonding animal and plant biology, improv- 
ing nutrition and its effects on human health, and profitably managing farms and 
agribusinesses in harmony with ecosystems are oil vital concerns of the college. 

School of Architecture 

The School of Architecture offers o four-year undergraduate program leading to the 
bachelor of science degree in architecture, and a graduate program leading to the 
professional master of architecture. The undergraduate major in architecture is designed 
to minimize the time required to complete the curriculum leading to the professional 
degree. Students receive rigorous and comprehensive instruction from o faculty whose 
members are active in professional practice or research. Many faculty members hove 
distinguished themselves across the professional spectrum and represent different ap- 
proaches to architectural design. The B.S. degree in architecture will qualify graduates 
to pursue a coreer in any number of fields, such as construction, real estate develop- 
ment, public administration, or historic preservation, or to continue in graduote work in 
professional fields such as architecture, urban planning, or law. 

College of Arts and Humanities 

The College of Arts and Humanities embraces a heterogeneous group of disciplines, all 
of which value the development of critical thinking, fluent expression in writing and 
speech, sensitivity to ethical and aesthetic standards, and a complex understanding of 
history and culture. Preparation provides valuable background for careers in a brood 
range of fields. 

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences 

The College of Behoviorol and Social Sciences is comprised of a diverse group of disci- 
plines and fields of study all of which emphasize a broad liberal arts education as the 
foundation for understanding the environmental, social ond cultural forces that shape 
our world Disciplines in the behavioral and social sciences use approaches that range 
from the scientific to the philosophical, from the experimental to the theoretical. 

Robert H. Smith School of Business 

The Robert H. Smith School of Business recognizes the importance of education in busi- 
ness ond management to economic, social, and professional development through profit 
and non-proht organizations at the local, regional, notional and international levels. The 
faculty are scholars, teachers, and professional leaders with a commitment to superior 
education in business and management, specializing in accounting, finance, decision 
and information sciences, management science and statistics, management and organi- 
zation, marketing, logistics and transportation, and business and public policy. 

College of Computer, 
Mathematical, and Physical Sciences 

The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences contributes very sub- 
stantially and effec- 
tively to the research 
activities of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland. This 
college is like a tech- 
nical institute within o 
large university. Stu- 
dents majoring in any 
one of the disciplines 
encompossed by the 
college hove the op- 
portunity of obtoining 
on outstanding educa- 
tion in their field. 





College of Education 

The College of Education is o professional college commilfed to advancing the science 
and ort of teaching/leorning, including the practices and processes which occur 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, administrators, edu- 
cational specialists, and other related educotionol personnel, and to create and dissemi- 
nate the knowledge needed by professionals and policy makers in education and re- 
lated fields. 

A. James Clark School of Engineering 

The mission of the Clark School of Engineering is to provide quality engineering educa- 
tion, with sufficient scope to include both fundamental and specialized engineering train- 
ing, so that graduates ore prepared to serve the current and emerging needs of society. 
In addition to its teaching role, the school feels a related responsibility to conduct strong 
research programs that contribute to the advancement of knowledge. 

College of Health and Human Performance 

The College of Health and Human Performance provides preparation leading to the 
bachelor of science degree 
in the following professional 
areas; physical education (K- 
12), health education 
(school and community], 
and family studies. The col- 
lege also offers curricula in 
kinesiologicol sciences and 
safety education. In addi- 
tion, each department offers 
a wide variety of courses for 
all university students. 

College of Journalism 

Located just nine miles from the nation's capital and 30 miles from the bustling commer- 
cial port of Baltimore, the College of Journalism is one of six comprehensive journalism 
schools in the 1 states stretching from New York to Virginia - the nation's most populous 
region. But the college has a lot more than geography going for it. The Notional Assess- 
ment of Journalism Education by the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia 
University designated the college one of "Eleven Exemplary Journalism Schools" nation- 
wide: those that surpass others in criteria including teaching, research, facilities and job 
placement. 

College of Library and Information Services 

The College of Library and Information Services offers degree programs for individuals 
interested in careers in information services and management. At the master's level, stu- 
dents may specialize in several fields, including archival studies, geographic information 
systems, health information services, school library medio services, and science and tech- 
nology information systems. 

College of Life Sciences 

The College of Lite Sciences offers educational opportunities for students in subject mat- 
ters relating to living organisms and their interaction with one another and with the envi- 
ronment. Programs of study include those involving the most fundamental concepts of 
biological science and chemistry and the use of knowledge in daily life, as well os the 
application of economic and engineering principles in planning the improvement of life. 

School of Public Affairs 

The School of Public Affairs provides graduate-level, professional education to men and 
women interested in coreers in public service. Five disciplines are emphasized: finance, 
statistics, economics, politics, and ethics. Students specialize in international security and 
economic policy, public sector financial management, environmental policy, or social policy. 



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Maryland, No Better Place To Be... 



Did You Know? 



• Maryland has top 20 ranked programs in engi- 
neering, computer science, physics, journalism, busi- 
ness, art history, economics, criminology, mathemat- 
ics, oceanography, astronomy, education, agricul- 
tural 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 Slate School Prices. 

• The university collaborates with more than 280 
businesses through its Maryland Industrial Partner- 
ships 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 southeast 
quadrant of the United States to have both engineer- 
ing and business programs ranked in the top 25 by 
U-S. News and World Report. The College of Edu- 
cation also ranks in the top 25. 

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

• In a 1995 study, the Department of Criminology 
and Criminal Justice was rated the highest quality 
research progrom in the nation by the Journal of Crimi- 
nal Justice Education. 

• The College of Journalism was selected as one of 
two sites in the U.S. for the fHubert H. fHumphrey Fel- 
lowship 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 competitively 
funded research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Region has 
more top 20 graduate programs in computer, math- 
ematical, physical sciences, and engineering disci- 
plines than the University of Maryland, according to 
a recent analysis by the Notional 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 op- 
portunity to extend its business and technology out- 
reoch programs to the region. 

• The reputation of the School of Music promises to 
grow when the $100 million Clarice Smith Perform- 
ing Arts Center opens in 2001 . 



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 hove 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 pro- 
jected 1 , 1 70- 1 ,340, and the number of students with SAT 
scores above 1,300 has increased from 234 to a pro- 
jected 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. 




Why There's No Better Place 



There is no better place to be than the University 
of Maryland. As Washingtoniar) magazine noted in its 
December, 1997 issue, "...kids ore turning down schools 
like Princeton and Virginia to go to College Park." With 
Its top-ranked academic programs, nationally recognized 
faculty, diverse population and lush 1,580-acre campus 
located between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, 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 
instance, in the latest U.S. News & World Report 
rankings, University of Maryland ranked 22nd among 
national public universities. Among graduate schools, the 
Clark School of Engineering tied for 17th nationally; the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business graduate progrom 
ranked 26th; the computer science PhD progrom in the 
College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sci- 
ences ranked 11th; the College of Education ranked 
22nd; and the College of library and Information Ser- 
vices ranked 1 4th. The College of Business also has been 
named one of the country's top business schools for en- 
trepreneurs by Success magazine. 

For exceptional students seeking on exceptional 
education at the University of Maryland, College Park, 
there are o number of progroms designed 
to enrich the learning experience. Among 
them ore the Honors 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 com- 
mon intellectual interests to live and study 
together in 1 specialty areas; and the Gem- 
stone Program, which links student teams 
from engineering, the humanities, business 
and the physical sciences in o four-year re- 
search project. 



Give Me 



Supporting the research needs of students and fac- 
ulty are some of the country's best research focilities. In 
1994, the largest, most technically advanced research 
archives in the world - Notional Archives II - moved to 
College Park. In addition, just outside of College Park 
ore the library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution 
and the National libraries of Agriculture and Medicine, 
among others. The university itself has the most compre- 
hensive library system in the area. 

High tech, engineering and service industries thrive 
in proximity to the campus, offering a wide spectrum of 
internship and work-study opportunities that only a ma- 
jor metropolitan oreo con provide. The Kennedy Center 
alone houses the National Symphony 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 magnet 
for thousands of tourists each year, offering the National 
Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, and other at- 
tractions. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humani- 
ties, small town atmosphere or a metropoliton feel, the 
University of Maryland, College Pork offers a wide range 
of educational and cultural opportunities. There is no bet- 
ter place to be than the University of Maryland, College 
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President CD. Mote, Jr. 



CD (Dan) Motejr. look office as president in Sep- 
tember 1998 witfi o clear vision for taking the University 
of Maryland down the home stretch to its destiny as one 
of America's great research universities. 

Mote come to Maryland from the University of Cali- 
fornia at Berkeley, v^here he had earned all of his de- 
grees, and where he hod served in foculty and adminis- 
tration more than 30 years. He had most recently been 
vice chancellor for university relations. 

In Maryland, he found o university already well 
on its way to achieving the greatness envisioned when 
the General Assembly declared it the flagship 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 Univer- 
sity 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 uni- 
versity funding for new programs, scholarships and fac- 
ulty, gaining a 1 percent appropriations increase in his 
first year and matching that level of increase again in his 
second 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 perme- 
ates the university, student success is the center of all 
activity, and the extended Maryland fomily of alumni 



UmvERsmr System Of Maryland 



Dr Donald N, Longenberg, Chancellor 

Charles R. Middleton, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

Joseph F. Vivona, Vice Chancellor for Administration 

and Finonce 
John K. Martin, Vice Chancellor for Advancement 

Board of Regents 

Nathan A Chapman, Chairman (Howard County) 

Lance W, Billingsley (Prince George's County) 

Thomas B. Finon, Jr. (Allegany County) 

Michael C. Gelman (Montgomery County) 

Louise Michoux Gonzales (Baltimore) 

Nina Rodole Houghton (Queen Anne's County) 

Steny H. Hoyer (St Mary's County) 

Leronio Arnettajosey (Baltimore) 

Clifford M. Kendall (Montgomery County) 

Jeong H. Kim (Montgomery County) 

Adm. Charles R, Lorson, LJSN (Ret ) (Anne Arundel County) 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln (Prince George's County] 

David H, Nevins (Baltimore County) 

Kevin G, Oxendine (Student Regent) 

Josefih D Tydings (Baltimore County) 

Henry A Virts. ex officio (St Mary's County) 

William T. Wood (Montgomery County) 

University Administration 

Dr Clayton Daniel "Don" Mole, Jr., President 
Dr. J. Terronce Roach, Executive Assistant to the President 
Dr Gregory L. Geoffroy, Sr, Vice President for Academic 
Aftoirs, Provost 
Dr Charles F, Sturtz, Vice President for Administrotive Affairs 
Dr, William L. Thomas, Jr., Vice President tor Student Affairs 
Dr, Williom Destler, Vice President of Research 
Brodie Remington, Vice President for LJniversity Relations 



and friends grows rich in pride and tradition. 

Mote observed that "a decade ago, we dreamed 
the impossible - the great research university. Then we 
sought the improbable - the great reseorch university. 
Soon we will grasp the inevitable - the great research 
university." 

High achievement has been Don Mole's life, from 
his student days at the University of California at Berke- 
ley, through his years as an outstanding teacher and 
world-renowned researcher and his leadership of a highly 
successful capital campaign at Berkeley. He orrived in 
College Pork determined to continue the some level of 
achievement in his new post. 

After earning his doctorate in engineering mechan- 
ics from Berkeley in 1963, Mote spent o year as a re- 
search fellow at the University of Birmingham in England, 
then three years as assistant professor of mechonicol en- 
gineering at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pitts- 
burgh before returning to Berkeley in 1967. 

There he stayed for more than 30 years before 
coming to Maryland. He was promoted to professor in 
1973. 

Mote served two terms as vice chair of mechani- 
cal engineering and served as choir from 1987 to 1991. 
At that time, he was appointed to the endowed FAN UC 
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 Univer- 
sity 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 ossignments, ond several 
of his graduate students from Berkeley commute to Mary- 
land to meet with him as they finish their dissertations. 
Mote has stated his intention to teach and work with 
groduote students at Maryland as well. 

Mote's research activities have focused on dynomic 
systems, instrumentation, vibration and biomechanics. He 
has achieved international recognition for his work on 
the stability of gyroscopic systems, including high-speed 
translating and rotating systems such as circular and band 
sows, computer memory disks and topes. He also has 
researched the biomechanics of skiing injuries and the 
development of safer ski bindings. His research has re- 
sulted in more than 300 scholarly publications as well 
OS patents in the United States, Norway, Finland and 
Sweden. 

A registered professionol engineer in California, 
Mote has served in numerous capacities for professional 
societies, including the Notional Academy of Engineer- 
ing (NAE), the American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers (ASME) and the American Society for Testing and 
Materials (ASTM), and is co-editor of its biannual re- 
seorch series, "Skiing Trauma and Sofety ' 




Mote's work has been supported continuously since 
1962 by the Notional Science Foundation, and he also 
hos received research fellowships from the Royal Nor- 
wegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. The 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Internotionol 
elected him to honorary membership in 1975, and he 
has been elected as well to fellow grade in the Interno- 
tionol Academy of Wood Science, the Acoustical Soci- 
ety of America and the American Association for the 
Advoncement of Science. 

He was elected to the prestigious Nationol Acad- 
emy of Engineering in 1988, and in that same year was 
oworded the Humboldt Prize by the Federal Republic of 
Germany. In 1991, the Japan Society for the Promotion 
of Science awarded him a fellowship. 

In 1 992, he conceived, designed and implemented 
a $1.1 billion comprehensive capital campaign, which 
has exceeded $ 1 billion to date. 

By the end of Mote's second yeor ot Maryland, 
the university's ongoing capital campaign, Boid Vision • 
Bright Future, had roised neorly $300 million of a $350 
million goal, including such landmark donations as 
Clarice Smith's $15 million for the Clarice Smith Perform- 
ing Arts Center and Comcast Corporation's $20 million 
for the Comcast Center. 

But Mote has said repeatedly that development ond 
capital campoigns are not principally about raising 
money. 

"They are about the university building relationships, 
with its olumni and friends of the university through the 
quality people and quality programs on compus. If we 
succeed in building authentic relationships, fund-raising 
hoppens as eosily as the women's lacrosse team scores 
goal." 

Mote and his wife Patsy live in the President's Resi- 
dence on the College Park campus. They have two grown 
children and four grandchildren 



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Athletic Director Deborali A Yow 



Dr. Deborah A. Yow is in the seventh year of 
her outstanding tenure as director of athletics at the 
University of Maryland ... a year in which she also 
has assumed the presidency of the National Asso- 
ciation of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, on orga- 
nizotion with a membership of more than 6, 1 00 ath- 
letic administrators representing 1 ,600 colleges and 
universities in North America and Mexico. 

The comprehensive success of Terrapin athlet- 
ics under Debbie Yow's leadership is a clear and 
compelling testimony to her values of excellence, 
teamwork and accountability. Likewise, her election 
to the presidency of NACDA is an indication of the 
respect with which Dr. Yow is regarded in intercolle- 
giate athletics and education in the U.S. and 
Canada. 

In October 2000, Yow was named Female 
Sports Executive of the Year by the editors of Street 
& Smith's Sports Business Journal. 

Also as a member of the NCAA Management 
Council and NCAA Division I Budget Committee, 
Yow presents a strong voice for excellence and in- 
tegrity at the highest levels of intercollegiate athlet- 
ics. In these notional roles she has represented the 
University of Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference with balanced and proactive voice. 

Since taking over at Maryland in 1994, she and 
her staff have: 



National Successes 



Tfie Terps enjoyed across-lhe-board success in 
1999-2000, with the following varsity progroms earning 
Top 30 rankings at one time or another during their re- 
spective seasons of competition, and two teams capturing 
national championships (field hockey, women's lacrosse). 

Basketball (Men's) 

Football 

Lacrosse (Men's) 

Lacrosse (Women's) 

Field Hockey 

Golf 

Gymnastics 

Indoor Trock (Women's) 

Outdoor Track (Women's) 

Soccer (Men's) 

Soccer (Women's) 




The I 999 championship 

FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 



• Transformed Terrapin athletics into a respon- 
sive, goal-oriented organization. 

• Balanced all six of the nearly $30 million 
annual budgets (the first balanced budgets 
for the Terrapins in 10 years prior to her 
arrival). 

• Greatly enhanced the academic support 
services provided to student-athletes, with 
an enviable exhausted eligibility gradua- 
tion rate of nearly 90 percent during her 
tenure. 

• Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports 
ranking in the upper 15 percent of all 
NCAA Division I institutions. 

• Reorganized and upgraded marketing and 
fund-raising efforts on behalf of Terrapin 
athletics. As a result, private gifts to athlet- 
ics have increased 135% and corporate 
sponsorship revenues have increased by 
270% during her tenure at Maryland. 

• Implemented a strategic management 
model. 

• Paid off approximately $7 million in oper- 
ating debt accrued before her arrival in 
1994. 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strat- 
egy with management, marketing and 

fundraising applications. She has authored numerous articles and books 

• Significantly improved customer care in every area, on athletics, manogementond human behavior, and 

is a respected leader in intercollegiate athletics in 
The Maryland Department of Athletics has mode the United States. 




Maryiand athletic director Deborah 
A. Yow took over as president of the 
National Association of Collegiate 
Directors of Athletics in July 5000. 



remarkable progress under Yow's leadership. Regard- 
ing the many ochievements of Terrapin athletics over 
the post six years. Dr. Yow soys, "We ore 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 ore those that 
we place upon ourselves." As a manager and leader. 



Reflecting on the status of the Terrapin men's 
basketball program, Maryland's director of athlet- 
ics points out, "Our men's basketball program has 
been a key element in our emergence as a nation- 
ally prominent athletics program. Coach Gary Will- 
iams, his staff and team have risen to an elite level 
with our seven consecutive trips to the NCAA Tour- 
nament, currently one of only nine institutions nation- 
ally to have achieved this record. Under Coach Wil- 
liams' guidance, the Terrapins hove become one of 
America's elite basketball programs." 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic program, 



she clearly models these principles. She was recently Yow recently observed, "We have the finest student- 
singled out by Street & Smith's Sports Business Jour- athletes, coaches, support staff and administrative 
nal as one of the leading athletic administrators in team in America. It is because of their courage, hard 
the U.S. work and cooperative spirit that we now have a 
A former basketball coach, she began her strong, viable athletic program. I am immensely proud 
coaching career at the high school level in North of each of them. I am equally proud of our Terrapin 
Carolina before taking over as head women's coach fans who buy tickets and our Terrapin Club mem- 
at the University of Kentucky in 1976. She also bers who faithfully support the Maryland athletic pro- 
achieved an outstanding coaching record as head gram with their donations for scholarships, and the 
coach at the University of Florida. She later moved Maryland Educational Foundation and M Club mem- 
into athletic administration at the University of Florida bers who serve and give liberally. We have a greor 
and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Terrapin family. That's the foundation for all of our 
followed by a highly successful tenure as A. D. at Saint successes ... and the basis for our bright future 
Louis University. 



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Athletic Administration 

Rob Mullens 




5r. Associate A.D./ 
Internal Operations 

Rob Mullens, who joined the Terps' stoff as ossisfont oth- 
letic director for business m the summer of 1996, is in his sec- 
ond year as senior associate athletic director for internal op- 
erations. 

Mullens' responsibilities in- 
clude assisting the athletic direc- 
tor with the overoll administration 
of the deportment's internal op- 
erotions in addition to assisting 
with the operation of football and 
men's basketball. He also over- 
sees the supervision of 15 sports 
and is responsible for overseeing 
the business office, ticket office, 
facilities and operotions, and the computer systems analyst. 

As the chief finoncial officer, Mullens is directly respon- 
sible for the department's $27 million annual budget, 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 1991 from West Vir- 
ginia with degree in business administration. He earned o 
master's degree in sport management ot West Virginio in 1993. 
In April of 2000, he was nomed the 2000 Distinguished Alunv 
nus of the West Virginia Sport Management Program. 

Prior to his appointment ot Maryland, he was senior busi- 
ness manager and the chief budget officer for the University 
of Miami (Flo.) athletic department (1994-96}. 

His background in athletics includes serving as on intern 
for the senior associate director of athletics at Kentucky {1993} 
ond OS a graduate assistant to the assistant othletic director 
for business at West Virginio (1992-93). Prior to pursuing a 
career in athletics, Mullens worked for the accounting firm Ernst 
and Young. 

He is married lo the former Jane Pearson, who is the Ter- 
rapins' assistant athletic director for compliance. 

Dennis Helsel 

Sr. Associate A.D./ 
External Operations 

Dennis Helsel, o veteran athletic professional whose back- 
ground includes senior management posts at Akron, Syrocuse 
and Old Dominion, is in his first year as senior associote ath- 
letic director for external operations. 

Helsel joined the Mary- 
lond staff in May after serving 
OS athletic director at Akron 
since September 1998, At 
Marylond his responsibilities in- 
clude overseeing the marketing, 
development, media relations 
and compliance units. 

Prior to his appointment at 
Akron, Helsel spent 10 yeors ot 
Syracuse where he was assis- 
tant athletic director for finance ond team services from 1988- 
96 and associote athletic director from 1996-98. He was re- 
sponsible for a wide array of services and activities, including 
business operations, scheduling for football and men's bas- 
ketball, human resources, event management, capital improve- 
ment and construction plans, and the management and ad- 
ministration of NCAA championship competition and special 
events 




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Helsel was an assistant athletic director for business at 

Old Dominion from 1983-88 ond athletic events manager ot 
Penn State from 1981-83- In addition, he is a former head 
Softball cooch ot both Penn State and Army. He olso served as 
onassistontcoachfor Army lightweight football (1976-79) and 
was on assistant professor and instructor in the department of 
mathematics ot the U.S. Military Academy (1976-80). He spent 
15 years in the U.S. Army Reserves and 1 1 in the U.S. Army. 
He earned his bachelor's degree from West Point in 1969, a 
moster's in mathematics from Penn State in 1976, and o master's 
in sports administration from Penn Stole in 1981. 

He and his wife, Susan, reside in Laurel and hove three 
grown children, Jennifer, Chris and Michael. 

Dave Haglund 

Associate A.D./ 
Media Relations 

Dove Hoglund joined the University of Maryland athletic 
staff in January of 1998 following a 16-year career in the sports 
information office at Fresno State University. At Maryland he 
serves as the administrative 
^^^P^^^ head of the Terrapins' media re- 

^^ ^^ lotions unit, overseeing the de- 

' I velopment and implementation 

of initiatives to provide publicity 
for the university's 25 varsity 
sports and more thon 600 stu- 
dent-athletes. 

He was elevated to osso- 
ciote athletic director in Febru- 
ary 1999 and assumed respon- 
sibilities as sport supervisor for men's and women's lacrosse 
and men's and women's swimming. 

A 1981 groduote of Oregon State University, Haglund 
began his sports information career as an assistant SID at 
Fresno State in 1981 and was elevated to sports informotion 
director in 1996 During the course of his career at Fresno 
State, he served as the primary contact person for the Bull- 
dogs' nationally ranked Division I football, basketball, base- 
ball and soccer programs. He also served as information di- 
rector of the California Bowl (1982-83) for two years 

Haglund and his wife, Cindy, ore the parents of two chil- 
dren: Somontho (7) and Matthew (4). 

Kathleen 
Worthington 

Associate A.D./ 
Internal Operations 

Kathleen Worthington was named ossociote othletic di- 
rector for internal operations in May 1999 She come to Mory- 
lond from Moreheod Stote University, where she had served 
OS ossociote AD. since Febru- 
ary 1998 after spending two 
years as on assistant athletic di- 
rector. 

At Maryland, Worth- 
ington is responsible for super- 
vision of baseball, volleyball, 
women's basketball, women's 
gymnastics, men's ond women's 
track, and men's and women's 
cross country. She also oversees 
the sports medicine and strength and conditioning units in ad- 



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dition lo monaging ACC and NCAA (ournoments hosted by 
ihe university. 

During her time at Moreheod State, her primary focus 
was business operations, compliance, policy development, and 
strategic planning. Prior to Moreheod State, Worthington spent 
two years as the assistant lo the AD at the University of Wis- 
consm-LaCrosse. 

She also has served as o marketing and media relations 
specialist and OS director of othletics and community youth pro- 
grams for Catholic Chorities, Eastern Region, in New York state. 

She earned her bachelor's degree in mass communico- 
tions from the College of Notre Dame in Maryland in 1985. 
She earned a master's degree in public relations from Syra- 
cuse and a master's in athletics administration from Wisconsin- 
LoCrosse. 

She wos inducted into College of Notre Dome's Athletic 
Hall of Fame in 1997 and in 1999 was named an NCAA 
Leadership Fellow. In 1996, she earned the graduate student 
achievement oward fiom UW-LoCrosse. 

Joe Hull 

Associate A.D./ 
External Relations 

Joe Hull is in his fourth year as associate othleHc director 
for external relations following 12 yeors in vorious athletic fund- 
raising, ticketing and marketing capacities at North Carolina 
State University. 

At Maryland, Hull over- 
sees 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 Comcast 
Center, the university's new 
arena which is expected to open prior to the 2002-03 basket- 
ball season. His duties relevant to the arena process have in- 
cluded coordinating the efforts to find a naming gift, design- 
ing and managing o capital compoign to help fund arena corv 
struction, and working with the architects, construction man- 
ager and Maryland Stadium Authority to design and build the 
arena. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park, he was associote di- 
rector of the NC State Student Aid Association (Wolfpack 
Club), which raises more than $6 million annually for othletic 
scholarships from its more than 1 1 ,000 members/contributors. 
The Wolfpack Club also wos responsible for raising more than 
$50 million for the construction of o 20,000-seat sports oreno. 
Hull eorned his bachelor's degree in business manage- 
ment from North Carolina State University in 1 978, o low de- 
gree from Campbell University in 1981 and master's in sports 
administration from Ohio University in 1985. 

His wife, JoAnn, formerly served as on assistant attorney 
general for the state of North Carolina. They hove two chil- 
dren, Josie (9} ondjosiah (6). 




SOaO'OI MARYL AND BASKETBALL 



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Athletic Administration 
Jane Mullens 

Assistant A.D./ 
Compliance/SWA 




Jane Mullens is in her third year as assistant athletic di- 
rector for compliance following two years as the department's 
compliance coordinator. 

She serves as the 
department's senior level man- 
ager in NCAA compliance and 
certification matters related to re- 
cruiting, eligibility, financial aid 
and rules education. 

In February 1999, she 
was promoted to senior 
women's administrator. Her re- 
sponsibilities were expended to 
include the supervision of four 
sports programs: Softball, field hockey and men's and women's 
tennis. 

Mullens earned a bachelor's degree from Western 
Washington University in ]992 and a master's In sport man- 
agement from University of Miami (Flo.) in 1994. 

She was an ossistant in the compliance office at Miami 
in 1995 before being promoted to compliance coordinator in 
January 1 996. As compliance coordinator for the Hurricanes, 
she was responsible for creating and implementing a rules- 
education program and creating and monitoring documenta- 
tion related to recruiting, eligibility, financial aid and rufes edu- 
cation. 

She was named to a similar position at the University of 
Maryland in July 1996. She began her career In athletic com- 
pliance as an intern at Miami in 1994. 

She is married to Rob Mullens, Maryland's senior asso- 
ciate athletic director for Internal operations. 

Curt Callahan 

Assistant A.D./ 
QpERATioNS & Facilities 

Curt Callahan, a veteran member of the Terrapins' ath- 
letic staff, IS in his 12th year overseeing Maryland's athletic 
operations and facilities and his 22nd as an assistant v/restling 
coach, hie was named the 
department's facilities coordina- 
tor in 1989 and was elevated 
to assistant athletic director in 
1997. 

As the key contact person 
on operations and focilities, 
>^nH^^^H^^^^v4J Callahan manages the 
RjWt^KjjPW^ department's vast athletic com- 
*mf'Vy^f^K^f I ' - 1 plex, including Byrd Stadium 
and Cole Field House. In recent 
years, he played an instrumental role in three major building 
projects; the upper deck addition to Byrd Stadium, the con- 
struction of the Gossett Football Team House, and the comple- 
tion of the James H. Kehoe Track and Field Facility and Ludwig 
Field, His game management responsibilities hove included 
overseeing numerous NCAA lacrosse tournaments held in Col- 
lege Park. 

His tenure at the university dates to his undergraduate 
days as a wrestler in the late 1960s, when he played on inte- 
gral role in the Terps winning four consecutive ACC wrestling 



supervisor at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif. 
She served as assistant ticket manager at Miami from 1990- 
93 and as assistant to the ticket manager at University of Colo- 
rado in 1989-90. 

She earned a bachelor of arts degree in communica- 
tions from Colorado in 1989. 




Wellford 



championships, Callahan was a two-time conference cham- 
pion, winning individual titles in 1969 and '70, He was 22-1 
as a junior, his only loss coming to NCAA and eventuol Olym- 
pic champion Dan Gable of lowa. 

Collahan was a two-time quolifler to the U.S. Olympic 
Trials and final elimination camp. In both 1972 and '76, he 
finished fourth nationally in Greco-Roman at 149.5 pounds. 

His wife's name is Sandy. 

Christopher Janush P'- ^}^^^^ 

Assistant A.D./ 
Marketing 

Christopher Jonush is in his first year as assistant athletic 
director for marketing following a three-year stay in a similar 
position at Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. At Maryland, 
Janush's responsibilities include 
marketing and corporate part- 
ner development for the depart- 
ment of intercollegiate athletics. 
At Holy Cross, Janush 
was responsible for all aspects 
of corporate sponsorship devel- 
opment, sales and contract ne- 
gotiations. Janush also oversaw 
marketing and promotions ef- 
forts for all sports, with empha- 
sis on football and men's and women's basketball. Prior to 
working at Holy Cross, he spent two years at the University of 
Connecticut as a marketing assistant where he worked with 
all phases of the marketing program including game manage- 
ment for football and men's basketball. 

Prior to pursuing a career in college athletics, he was o 
manager for the CPA hrm Matson, Driscoll & Damico in Bos- 
ton from 1987-95. 

A 1 987 graduate of Babson College in Wellesley, Mass., 
Janush holds a B.S. in business administration. In 1996 he 
earned an M.A. in sport management from the University of 
Connecticut. Janush originally hails from North Haven, Conn. 
He ond his wife, Rachel, have three children (twins Anno 
Lee and Joseph, 3; and Mario, 2) and are expecting their 
fourth child in late November. 





Wendy Brown 

Assistant A.D./ 
Ticket Qperations 

Wendy Brown was promoted to assistant athletic direc- 
tor for ticket operations in September after serving the previ- 
ous three years as the Terrapins' athletic ticket manager. Brown 
oversees all phases of advance 
and game-day ticket sales, and 
works closely with the athletic 
marketing office in the design 
of ticket soles campaigns, bro- 
chures and advertisements. She 
has also overseen major hard- 
ware and software advance- 
ments in the ticket office. 

Brown, who has been in 
collegiate athletics since 1989, 
joined the University of Maryland staff in August 1997 after 
serving the previous two years as associate ticket manager at 
Miami (Flo.). From 1 993-95, she was ticket manager and event 



Faculty 

Athletic Representative 

Dr. Charles F. Wellford, professor and choir of the De- 
partment of Criminology and Criminal Justice, is in his fifth year 
as the University of Maryland's faculty athletic representative. 
In this role, he represents the Uni- 
versity of Maryland and its fac- 
ulty in the institution's relation- 
ships with the NCAA and Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference. Dr. 
Wellford also serves as the di- 
gay f ''■ '" rector of the University of Mary- 

^^ land Center for Applied Policy 

Studies and the Maryland Jus- 
tice Analysis Center. 

He served as president of 
the Atlantic Coast Conference for the 1999-00 academic year, 
ond has chaired the University of Maryland's Athletic Council 
since 1995-96. He previously served on the Athletic Council 
from 1986-89 and 1992-95. 

At the University of Maryland, Dr. Wellford has been in- 
volved in variety of leadership roles. He was interim associ- 
ate provost for research and for continuing education. He is 
chair of the law and justice committee at the Notional Acod- 
emy of Sciences. 

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

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




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Academic Support & Career Development 

The Department of Intercollegiote Athletics is commit- 
led to the academic success and career development of stu- 
dent athletes. In support of this commitment the department 
sponsors the Academic Support and Career Development 
Unit(ASCDUl. 



Mission 

The mission of the unit is (l) to provide quality devel- 
opmental programs and need based services that will en- 
hance the opportunity to earn on undergraduate degree, 
(2j offer career development opportunities and {3] support 
the psychosocial growth of student athletes through special 
initiatives. 

Staff 

Nine full-time professionals, two graduate assistonts, 
tutorial support staff and student associates comprise the 
unit's workforce. 

A5CDU & The University 

Primary academic advising is provided by professional 
advisors assigned to eoch student athlete by his or her home 
college, school or department. The ASCDU counselors serve 
as on important support network that coordinates and imple- 
ments tronsitionol and developmental progroms to address 
the academic and career development needs of student ath- 
letes. In cooperation with the Office of Records and Registration, ASCDU monitors aca- 
demic progress of student athletes to assure that NCAA, ACC, and University rules and 
regulations ore met. 

Location 

The primary ASCDU unit is conveniently located on the ground floor of Cole Field 
House where student athletes hove access to various resources and services. Each aca- 
demic counselor has private office space in order to insure meeting privacy. A study table 
room is staffed by proctors and arranged to maximize student focus and concentration. 
The facility also houses a tutoriol room devoted to servicing the learning needs of student 




Freshman Chris Wilcox at one of Maryland's 40 computer lab work- 
stations. 




athletes. The staff maintains two computer resource laboratories with a total of 40 per- 
sonal computers containing up-to-date software packages. In addition, ASCDU coordi- 
nates laptop computer service that provides each team access to laptop computers while 
traveling to away competitions. 

There is also a satellite computer room in the Gossett Football Team House. Three of 
the nine ASCDU professionals ore currently housed in the building. 

The Future 

In the summer of 2002, the $ 1 24 million Comcast Center will become the new home 
of the ASCDU unit. A 7,000 square foot wing has been developed to replace the current 
space in Cole Field House. The new home of ASCDU 
will be conveniently located on the floor where offices 
of coaches for 20 sports will also be placed. The close 
proximity was designed to facilitate communication 
among ASCDU staff, coaches and student athletes. 
The satellite computer lab in the Gossett Football Team 
House will continue to operate. In addition, o build- 
ing addition of on auditorium which will seat 140 is 
currently planned for the Gossett Football Team House. 
That space will be available for use by the entire ath- 
letic program, including ASCDU. 



Academic courses, programs and services offered by 
ASCDU include the following: 

• Prospective student-athlete orientation 

• Academic counseling 

• NCAA academic eligibility monitoring 

• Academic enrichment ond career development 
presentations and workshops 

• Accredited tutorial support 

• Mentor program 

• EDCP 108-J (Career decision making ond planningi 

• EDCP 108-K (College learning strategies and skills) 

• EDCP 108-O (First-year transitions to the university) 



Men's basketball ASCDU director Anton Coff works with Lonny Baxter in 

THE COMPUTER LAB. 



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Academic Support & Career Development 




EXCEL Mentors 

Mentoring is a craft that is ennbodied in a person serving as counselor or teacher 
who provides advice and guidance to o novice learner. Educating by Creating Environ- 
ments for Learning (EXCEL) is a mentoring program that establishes such a relationship. 
ASCDU hires and trains individuals who serve as mentors to student-athletes who hove 
been identified as needing individual attention for learning strategies support. 

M.A.P.S. Directory 

The Maryland Athletes Placement Source 
directory is intended to assist graduating Terra- 
pin student-athletes as they begin the job search 
process. It is distributed to more than 1,000 cor- 
porations and businesses across the country. Pro- 
spective employers are introduced to our grodu- 
ating student-athletes with resume informotion 
relative to ocademic, career and personal 
achievements. The MAPS directory is produced 
annually in collaboration with the M Club. 

Career Internship Fair 

Because career development is an on- 
going process, ASCDU provides a 
variety of programs for student-ath- 
letes throughout the year. Profes- 
sional assistance with resume writing, interviewing skills, graduate school search, 
and job search is readily available to all student-athletes. During the spring se- 
mester ASCDU hosts the Student-Athlete Career Internship Fair, in which student- 
athletes can learn about career interests and career planning. Unlike typical "job 
fairs," the purpose of this program is to allow student-athletes to explore multiple 
career opportunities by speaking directly to individuals in their chosen areas of 
interest. 

Summer Job & Internship Program 

Due to the time demands of athletic practice and competition, most stu- 
dent-athletes do not have the chance to work or complete on internship experi- 
ence. Employers desire to see work experience related to academic coursework 
on a resume. The Summer Job ond Internship Program is one of the emerging 

services offered to student-oth- 
letes to meet this need. Student- 
athletes seeking employment op- 
portunities and/or experience in 
their fields of study are assisted 
with locating prospects and sub- 
mitting the necessary documentation to se- 
cure summer jobs and/or internships. 

Terp Choices 

Personal growth is fundamental to 
all ASCDU programs and services. Terp 
Choices is a program that provides stu- 
dent-othletes the opportunity to identify 
their fundamental values, develop com- 
munication skills, and enhance decision 
making skills that will enable them to man- 
age their personal health and well-be- 
ing. Interactive presentations are given 
by trained student-educators who intend 
to illustrate to athletic team participants 
that an individual's choice may affect on 
entire team. This campus-wide program 
is partiolly funded by grants from the 
NCAA and ACC. 



Student-Athlete Advisory Council 

The Student-Athlete Advisory Council plays an important role in the Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics. It consists of a representotive from each varsity sport and meets on 
o regular basis with representatives from the athletic administration. The main purpose of 
the council is to provide student-athletes with leadership experience and a forum for dia- 
logue with members of the administration about their roles, responsibilities and needs as 
student-athletes at the University of Maryland. 

C.H.A.M.P.5./L1FE Skills Programs 

ASCDU houses the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) 
Challenging Athletes' Minds for Personal Success Program (C.H.A.M.P.S.) and the Na- 
tional Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) LIFE SKILLS Program. The ASCDU staff, in 
collaboration with various other Department of Intercollegiate Athletics units and campus 
resources, strives to provide a systematic personal development program designed to reach 
each student-athlete based on his or her individual needs. The focus of the program is on 
the individual academically, athletically, and emotionolly, and on the changing needs and 
skills of that individual in the years during college and after graduation. The menu of pre- 
sentations, workshops, and seminars is a comprehensive and balanced system of "life learn- 
ing" programs promoted for use by each varsity sport team. 

If you hove an interest in or questions about any of the ASCDU C.H.A.M.PS./Life 
Skills Programs, call (301 ) 314-7043. 





Academic Support For Returning Athletes Program 

The Academic Support for Returning Athletes Program was created in 1986 to sup- 
port the ocademic efforts of former varsity student-athletes at the University of Maryland, 
College Park. In 1989, ASRAP was assigned by the President's Office to the Academic 
Achievements Progrom and enrolled its 40 students that year. As o member of the Notional 
Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS), the University of Maryland is committed to 
returning its former athletes for degree completion. A key component of the program is 
community outreach. Each returning student is provided with a "workship" that ollows the 
cast of tuition and fees to be exchanged for community services with youth. 



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Academic Support & Career Development 

ASCDU Staff 



UNOeRCRADUATE PROGRAMS Df StUDY 


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 




NATURAL RESOURCES 


Mathematics 


Agricullurol ond Resource Economics 


Physical Sciences 


Agricullure/Veferinary (combined) 


Physics 


Animal Sciences 




Biologicol Resources Engineering 


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 


Conservation of Soil, Water, and Environment 


Early Childhood Education 


Crop Science 


Elementary Educotion 


Dietetics 


Secondary Education 


Envifonmentol Science ond Policy 


Art 


Food Science 


English 


Generol Agricullurol Sciences 


Foreign Language 


Horticulture 


Mothemotics 


Landscape Architecture 


Music 


Natural Resources Management 


Science 


Nutritional Science 


Social Studies 


Turf and Urban Agronomy 


Speech and English 




Theatre and English 


SCHOOL OF ARCHITEaURE 


Special Education 


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES 


A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 


American Studies 


Aerospace Engineering 


Art 


Biological Resources Engineering 


Art History and Archaeology 


Chemicol Engineering 


Chinese 


Civil Engineering 


Classics 


Computer Engineering 


Dance 


Electrical Engineering 


English Language and Literature 


Engineering [B S. in) 


French Language and Literature 


Environmentol Science and Policy 


Germonic Studies 


Fire Protection Engineering 


History 


Materials and Nuclear Engineering 


Itolion Language and Literature 


Mechanical Engineering 


Japanese 




Jewish Studies 


COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN 


Linguistics 


PERFORMANCE 


Music/Music Perlormance 


Fomily Studies 


Philosophy 


Health Educotion 


Romance Longuages 


Kinesiological Sciences 


Russian Area Studies 


Kinesiology 


Russian longuage and Literoture 




Spanish Language and Literature 


COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 


Speech Communication 




Theatre 


COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 


Women's Studies 


Biochemistry 




Biological Sciences 


COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCI- 


Biology 


ENCES 


Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics 


Afro-Americon Studies 


Environmental Science and Policy 


Anthropology 




Criminology and Criminal Justice 


UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 


Economics 


College Pork Scholars 


Environmental Science and Policy 


Division of Letters and Sciences 


Geography 


Individual Studies Program 


Government and Politics 


Low and Health Professions 


Hearing and Speech Sciences 


Pre-Dentol Hygiene 


Psychology 


Pre-Dentistry 


Sociology 


Pre-Law 




Pre-Medicol Technology 


THE ROBERT H. SMITH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 


Pre-Medicine 


Accounting 


Pre-Nursing 


Business/Law 


Pre-Optometry 


Finance 


Pre-Osteopothic Medicine 


General Business and Management 


Pre-Pharmocy 


Logistics and Transportation 


Pre-Physicol Theropy 


Management and Organization 


Pre-Podlatric Medicine 


Management Science and Statistics 


Pre- Veterinary Medicine 


Marketing 


University Honors Program 


Personnel and Labor Relotions 


Gemstone 


Production Management 


Honors Humonities 


Transportation, Business and Public Policy 






CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 


COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL, 


Afro-American Studies 


AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 


East Asian Studies 


Astronomy 


Latin- American Studies 


Computer Engineering 


Science, Technology, and Society 


Computer Science 


Women's Studies 


Environmental Science and Policy 







Karen Schiferl 
Associate ASCDU 
Director 



Anton Goff 

Assistant ASCDU 

Director 

(Men's BasketballI 





Heather Arianna 
Assistant ASCDU 
Director 



Kathy Fontaine 

Assistant ASCDU 
Director 





Don Pearman 

Assistant ASCDU 
Director 



Karen Sturtz 
ASCDU Assistant 
Program Cooroinator 





Shawn Summerville 

Assistant ASCDU 
Counselor 



Phillip Nash 
Assistant ASCDU 
Counselor 



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Maryland's Distinguished Alumni 




Carl Bernstein 



G. Ronald Ames, '69, Aerospace Eng. 

Executive vice-president, Mutual of Omaha 
Willlom Andrews, '53, Real Estate 

Former president, Singer Sewing Machine Co, 
William Apollony, '69, Sociology 

Sr vice-president, Allhrst 
Frank Armsworttiy, '51, P.E. 

Former vice-chairmen, Saks Fifth Avenue 
Robert Bashom '70, Bus. Admin. 

Co-founder/coo, Outbade Steal<house 
Oeone Beman, '61, Bus. Admin. 

Former PGA Tour commissioner 
Bonnie Bernstein, '92, Journalism 

Reporter, CBS Sports 
Carl Bernstein, '65, 

Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 
Tim Brant, '73, Journalism 

Sportscaster, ABC and 

Jefferson-Pilot 
Sergey Brin, '93, Mathematics 

President, Google, Inc. search engine 
Kenneth Brody, '64, Electrical Eng. 

Former choirmon, U.S. Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, '71, History 

President/CEO, Lockheed Martin IMS 
Alan Corey '78, Government 

Sr. vice-president, Pepsico 
Robert Chandler, '54, Ph.D. Horticulture 

Inventor of programs to increase world food supply 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Correspondent, ABC News 
A. James Clork '50, Civil Eng. 

President, Clark Enterprises 
lorry David, '69, Bus. Admin. 

Executive producer, Seinfeld 
Frank Davis, '4 1 , Arts & Sciences 

Former Sr. exec, vice-president, Metro-Goldwyn-Moyer 
Mothios DeVlto, '54, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman emeritus, The Rouse Co, 
Michael Dingmon, '55, Arts & Sciences 

Board of directors. Ford Motor Co. 
len Elmore, '78, English 

Sportscaster, ESPN and Jefferson- 
Pilot; former NBA player 
Fred Ehrlich, '84, Accounting 

President, SONY New Technology 
Boomer Eslason, '84, Undergraduate 
Studies 

Sportscaster, former NFL player 
Carly Fiorina, '80, M.B.A. 

President/CEO, Hewlett-Packard 
Robert Fischell, '53, M.S. Physics 

Inventor, artificial pancreas 
Jon Franklin, '70, Journalism 

Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner 
Robert Fuhrman, '52, 

Mechanicol Eng. 

Chairman, Bonk of the West 
Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 

Pro golfer 
Joseph Gildenhorn, '5 1 , 

Bus. Admin 

Former U.S. Ambassador 

to Switzerland 



Len Elmore 





Jim Henson 




Tim Kurkjian 



Fred Funk 



Roger Hale, '65, History 

CEO, LG&E Energy Corp. 
Herbert Hauptmann, '55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson, '55, Art Educotion 

Creator, The Muppets 
Jim Henson, '60, 

Home Economics 

Creator, The Muppets 
Donald Himelfarb, '67, History 

President, Thrifty Rent-A-Car 

System 
Steny Hoyer, '63, 

Political Science 

Congressmen, Morylond's 5th district 
Harry Hughes, '49, Bus. Admin. 

Former governor of Maryland 
Stan Jones, '56, Educotion 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Harold Kahn, '70, MBA 

Chairman/CEO, Mocy's East 
Jeffrey Kluger, '76, Gov./Politics 

Author, Apollo 13 
Irene Knox, '34, Educotion 

U.S. Olympian 
Allen Krowe, '54, 

Accounting/Economics 

Former vice-chairman, Texaco 
Tim Kurkjian, '78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN & ESPN Magazine 
John Lauer, '63, Chemical Eng. 

Former president, B.F. Goodrich 
George Laurer, '5 1 , Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, Universal Price Code 
Somuel LeFrok, '40, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman, The Lefrak Organization 
William Longbrake, '76, Finance 

Vice chairman, Washington Mutual 
Barbara Lucas, '67, Gov./Politics 

Senior vice-president, public affairs, Black & Decker 
John Lucas, '76, Bus. Admin. 

Former NBA player and head coach 
Marvin Mandel, '39, Arts/Law 

Former governor of Maryland 
Odonna Mathews, '72, Nutrition 

Vice-president, Giant Food 
William Mayer, '66, Bus. Admin. 

Former CEO, First Boston 
Mark McEwen, '76, Radio/TV/Film 

Reporter, CBS Early Show 
Tom McMillen, '74, Chemistry 

Former co-chairman. President's 

Council on Physical Fitness 
Mike Miller, '64, Economics 

President, Marylond Senate 
Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing 

Choirman, Whom-O 
Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, Radio/TY/Film 

U.S. Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee, 1997 
PaulNorris,'71,M.B.A. 

President, W. R. Grace 
Jay Nussbaum, '66, Journalism 

Senior vice-president, Orocle 
Preston Podden, '70, Economics 

Executive vice-president, Disney 



Mark McEwen 




Judith Resnik 




Robert Pincus, '68, Bus. Admin. 

President, Washington Region, BB&T 
Jesus Rangel, '78, Journalism 

Vice-president, corporate relotions, Anheuser-Busch 
Robert RoHiff, '58, Industrial Education 

Executive choirman, Mossey-Ferguson tractors 
Peter Redding, '60, History 

President/CEO, Slondard Register Co. 
Judith Resnick, 77, 

Electrical Eng. 

Second woman in space; died in 
'86 Challenger explosion 
Jimmy Roberts, '79, 

Radio/TV/Film 

Reporter, NBC 
Pemell Roberts, '52, 

Arts & Sciences 

Actor 
Harvey Sanders, '72, Journalism 

Choirmon/CEO, Nautica Enterprises 
Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicotor, Boywotch series 
Tony Scotti, '6 1 , Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicotor, Boywotch series 
Arnold Seigel, '44, Mechanical Eng. 

Conceived and built first oreno large- 
screen TV system 
Gene Shue, '54, Bus. Admin. 

Former NBA player, coach, general 
manager 

David Simon, '83, Undergraduate Stud- 
ies 

Created TV series Homicide Gene Shue 

Harry Smith, '49, Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, pulse doppler rodor 
Robert H. Smith, '50, Accounting 

Developer of Cryslol City complex 
Ed Snider, '55, Accounting 

Chairman, Philadelphia Flyers 
Michael Stein, '71, Accounting 

Executive vice-president/CFO, Nordstrom, Inc. 
Bert Sugar, '57, Bus. Admin. 

Boxing historian; columnist Sports Business Journal 

Publisher, Boxing Illustrated 
Leo Van Munching, '50, Marketing/Bus. Admin. 

Heeded one of America's top import companies 
Jim Walton, '81, Radio/TV/Film 

President, CNN/SI 
Pom Ward, '84, Radio/TV/Film 

Co-onchor, ESPN end ESPN2 
Chris Weller, '66, 

Head coach. University of Maryland women's basketball 
Randy White, '74, P.E. 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '94 
Dianne Wiest, '69, Arts & Sciences 

Two-time Academy Award winner 
Gary Williams, '68, Marketing 

Head coach. University of Marylond men's basketball 
Dennis Wroose, '66, Accounting 

President, PEPCO 




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Sports Medicine 

Medical Staff 

The Universify of Moryland Department of Intercolle- 
giote Athletics ond the University of Maryland Medical 
Center's Sports Medicine program hove joined forces to 
provide the best possible medical attention and care to all 
Terrapin student-athletes. 

Orthopedic surgeon Leigh Ann Curl, M,D., serves os 
the head team physician. Dr. Curl is part of the growing 
University Sports Medicine progrom of the University of 
Maryland Medical Center, which also provides medical 
care for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL, UMBC, Coppin 
Stote University and 14 high schools. 

Says Deborah A. Yow, Maryland's director of athlet- 
ics: "When we recruit student-othletes to ploy for Mary- 
land, we owe them the best education, the best coaching 
and the best comprehensive heolth care. Dr. Curl is on ex- 
cellent physician who understands college athletics. It is 
especially gratifying for us to portner with our medical cen- 
ter in the same fashion as other ACC institutions do with 
their medical schools." 



Yvette Rooks, M.D. 

Primary Care Physician 

Dr Yvette Rooks is in her third year as a primary care 
physician for Maryland's athletic progrom. Dr. Rooks gradu- 
ated from the Upstote Medical School/Health Science Cen- 

^ ler in Syracuse, N.Y., in 1 993. 

^^^I^^k She completed her residency 

^^^^^^^^^L infomily medicine and a sports 

^^^^ M^^^ medicine fellowship at the Uni- 

^^HP^^F^^^^k versity of Maryland, Baltimore. 

^^^t - — '"^^^Hl ^^s currently is an assistant 

^^^^^J_^^^^H professor in the Department of 

^^^^^t^B^^^^^ Family Medicine at the Univer- 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H sity of Maryland 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Medicine. Dr. Rooks also 

serves as a team physician at 

Coppin State. 

She graduated with honors from the State University 
of New York at Albony where she was a four-year starter 
on the volleyball team. 



Leigh Ann Curl, M.D. Sean Curtin, M.D. 




Head Team Physician 

Leigh Ann Curl, a former All-Americon basketball 
player at the University of Connecticut and a 1998 inductee 
into the GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame, is in her 
fourth year as Marylond's 
head team physician. She is 
on faculty as on ossistont pro- 
fessor of orthopedic surgery 
ot the University of Moryland 
School of Medicine. 

Dr. Curl received her 
medical degree from Johns 
fHopkins University, where 
she also served her internship 
and residency. She com- 
pleted a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder surgery 
at Hospital for Speciol Surgery at Cornell University Medi- 
cal Center in New York City. During her fellowship, she 
worked as leom physician for St. John's University, the New 
York Mets and the New York City public schools recreation 
program. She also has volunteered os a team physician with 
Johns Hopkins University, USA Basketball and USA Rugby. 
Dr. Curl graduated summo cum laude from the Uni- 
versity of Connecticut in 1 985 and was her doss valedicto- 
rian. She wos o four-year storter on the women's basketball 
team, serving two years as team captain, and became the 
third women's bosketboll player in school history to score 
1,000 points. She finished her career among the all-time 
leaders in points and rebounds at UConn. A Iwo-lime GTE 
Academic All-America, Curl also was a two-time Big East 
Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. 




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Primary Care Physician 

Sean Curtin is in his second yeor as o primary care 
physician with the University of Maryland's athletic program 
Dr. Curtin is a graduate of the University of Maryland School 
of Medicine residency and fel- 
lowship training programs. He 
is board certified in both inter- 
nal medicine ond sports medi- 
cine. 

Dr. Curtin is in private 
practice in Bel Air, Md., spe- 
cializing in primary care and 
sports medicine, and is cur- 
rently a clinical instructor at the' 
University of Moryland School of Medicine. He serves as 
the team physician for the Aberdeen Arsenal minor league 
baseball team. 

Dr. Curtin played collegiate baseball at Villonovo. He 
and his wife, Yolondo, ore the parents of Calvin, 4, and 
Matthew, 2. 

[Athletic Training Staff | 

Sandy Worth 

Head Athletic Trainer 

Sandy Worth, who has been affiliated with 
Moryland's athletic program since 1 973, coordinates and 
directs the medical core for the Terps' athletics program in 
addition to her responsibilities 
OS the university's head ath- 
letic trainer. 

A native of Timonium, 
Md., Worth supervises and 
W ' schedules a professionol staff 

J " of six full-time assistants and 

^^^^ ^^^^^ approximately 25 student 
^^^^^-.^T^^^^l trainers who combine to pro- 
vide medical assislonce to the 



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university's more than 600 student-athletes. Worth, o 1973 
graduate of Maryland, joined the Terps' staff that same yeor 
as an associate trainer. She was promoted to head trainer 
in 1992. 

During her career at Maryland, Worth has worked 
directly with five teams thot have captured notional champi- 
onships - four in women's lacrosse and one in field hockey. 
In addition, she was the trainer for the women's bosketboll 
program when it won eight ACC titles ond odvanced to 
three NCAA Final Fours. 

Athletic Trainers 





Brant 
Berkstresser 



J.J. Bush 

IBia ON PACE ^31 





Matt Charvat Phyllis Sanders 




Diane Turceon 



Student Health Center 



Dr. Sacored Bodison and Dr. 
Stephen Fohey are the two full-time 
campus health center physicians who 
specialize in sports medicine. Dr. 
Bodison is the assistant director of medi- 
cal services at the health center and 
has been involved with the care of stu- 
dent-athletes since 1982. Dr. Fohey is 
on emergency physicion who is in his 
1 1 th year working with the Terrapins 
Dr. Bodison and Dr. Fohey ore avail- 
able to treat student-athletes doily on 
on as-needed bosis in the health cen- 
ter. In oddition. Dr. Margaret Bridwell 
serves as director of the Student Heolth 
Center ond is a member of the Mary- 
land Athletic Council 




Dr Stephen Fohey 



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Strength and Conditioning 



In the highly competitive world of 
collegiate bosketball, the off-court 
preparation of the basketball 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 basket- 
ball, believes strongly that a solid off- 
court training program con dramati- 
cally improve 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 
basketball court. 

Shultz's philosophy consists of al- 
lowing the players to gain strength, 
speed and change of direction capa- 
bilities through drills that are basketball 
oriented. He believes that the team 
must be prepared to run and ploy the 
up-tempo style of basketball that is 
Gory Williams' trademark. Shultz 
trains the team so that it will be able 
ioms' style. 




The Terps' basketball weight facility is fully-equipped and a perfect 

SIZE FOR team training, LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE THE MARYLAND LOCKER ROOM. 



to run Will- 




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 
a complete line of free weight equipment as well 
as a full line of Cybex selectorized machines. The 



strength staff utilizes this facility specifically during 
the season as basketball team members are per- 
sonally trained after practice. Since the end of the 
1998-99 season, the facility has been upgraded 
through the addition of new cardiovascular equip- 
ment and state-of-the-art lifting materials. 



Earl Badu giving Terence Morris 
support during weight training. 




LoNNY Baxter working with Kurtis Shultz. 



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KETBALL 



Terrapin Club 



Championships Begin With Scholarships 

The Terrapin Club is composed of alumni, friends and fans of 
University of Maryland athletics. Your Terrapin Club contribution 
provides annual athletic scholarship support to our student-athletes. 
As a Terrapin Club member, you will enjoy the camaraderie 
and fellowship unique to this organization. Supporting 
the Club is a great way to stay connected with the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, the state's flagship institution. Most 
importantly, you will feel the pride and satisfoction in pro- 
viding a University of Maryland student-othlete with o 
quolity education. 

Your donation is vital. The Deportment of Intercolle- 
giate Athletics operotes without significant university fund- 
ing and receives no state appropriations or tax dollars for 
operationol expenses. We are challenged to fund the 269 
full scholarships presently offered and, in the future, to fund the moximum 
number of scholarships allowed by the NCAA for our 25 sports. We 
cannot reach this goal without your participation. 

Terrapin 
How Do I Get Involved? 

Direct gifts ore the most common way of contributing. They are made in the form of cash, stock, checks or credit card 
(Visa, Mastercord, American Express or Discover). For your convenience, a personal checking account can be debited a 
set amount every month, or you may make your credit card contribution on-line at www.terropinclub.org . 

In many coses, corporate matching gifts may be used to moke your Terrapin Club contribution. Please contact your 
employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program. 

How Much Should I Contribute? 

The Terropin Club is composed of the following levels of membership, with benefits varying by giving level. 




Recent Groduote 


$25 (year 1 after graduation] 


Diamondback 


$1,200- $1,999 


Recent Graduate 


$75 (year 2 after graduation) 


Super Terrapin 


$2,000 -$4,999 


Silver 


$125 -$249 


Coaches Club 


$5,000 -$9,999 


Silver 250 


$250 -$599 


Top Terp 


$10,000 or More 


Gold 


$600-$1,199 







Still Have Questions? 

Call the Terrapin Club at (301 ) 314-7020 or (800) 653-7667, or refer to our website at www.terropinclub.org . 



^ssLBreeds Success... 



"As a scholarship athlete, I was provided with a platform of opportunities 
... a chance to make a difference ... Maryland athletics gave me that and 
more..." 

- Renaldo Nehemiah, Track '81 
Member, U.S. Track and Field Hall of Fame 
Terrapin Club Board of Directors' 



"Receiving o scholarship wos, in itself, an honor; but more important, it allowed me to 
spend valuable time porticipating in internships that prepared me for my career, instead of 
working my way through school. That scholarship is still paying dividends, years after my 
time in College Park." 

- Bonnie Bernstein, GymnostlM '92 
CBS Sports Broodcaster 





Board Of Drectors ISQDQ-0 1 1 




ErwinRafferS8,'6l 

Terrapin Club 
Presioent 

Robert Baker, President-Elect 

John Llewellyn, First Vice President 

Renaldo Nehemiah '81, Second Vice President 

Todd Schoenberger '93, Secretary 

Deborah Potter '87, '90, Treasurer 

R. Calvert Steuart '60, Past President 

John Alahouzos '71 
Todd Dovis '93 
hlenry Elsnic '49 
Stan Goldstein '68, '70 
Robert Gonzales '71 
Larry Grobenstein '72 
Word Griffith '73 
John Haos '62 
Joe Katz '85 
Issoc Koufmcn '68, '69 
JoAnn Marcorio 
Harvey Okun '68, '72 
Wilson Phipps '79 
Adrian Teel '64 
Jeff Weintraub 
Scott Werber '86 




Andrew Plenn '90 Julie Potter '96 

Executive Director Assistant Director 




Dana Delaney 

Aoministrative 
Assistant 

Jennifer Evoy 

Cift Processor 



Sam Kahn 

Development 
Assistant 



ISO 



SOOO-ai MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



Uni^islty^JWlarglaiicI 




Major Gift Fundraising 

Building On A Winning Tradition 

As the Terps prepare to compete in the 2 1 st century, Maryland athletics must ensure that 
its program is able to remoin competitive by recruiting high caliber players and maintaining and 
attracting loyal fans. To do so, as part of Bold Vision • Bright 
Future: The Campaign for the University of Maryland, the De- 
partment of Intercollegiate Athletics has entered into a historic 
effort to increase private financial support for the construction 
and renovation of athletic facilities. 

At the center of the plan for our future is a new, state-of-the- 
art arena and home for Maryland Athletics, the Comcast Center. 
The Building Partners Campaign is the Department of Intercolle- 
giate Athletics' effort to raise $20 million in outright gifts toward 
the construction of the Comcast Center. Quality facilities attract 
outstanding student-athletes, great crowds and a tremendous 
amount of energy and excitement. The competition site for men's 
and women's basketball, wrestling, volleyball and gymnastics, 
Comcast Center will be the centerpiece of intercollegiate athlet- 
ics at the University of Maryland. The venue will be the best in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. 
By participating in the Building Partners Campaign, athletic benefactors have a chance to 
make a historic impact on the future of the University of Morylond and its athletics program. The 
Building Partners Campaign offers donors a unique opportunity to permanently link their names 
to the tradition of Terrapin athletics. Donors who make contributions of $25,000 to $ 1 million or 
more are entitled to permanent seat assignments in Comcast Center, in recognition of the sub- 
stantial Investment they hove made in Maryland Athletics with their Building Partner Campaign 
contributions. 

To obtain additional information on supporting the Building Partners Campaign, contact 
Cheryl Harrison or Dick Corrigan at 301-314-7020 or tol! free at 800-653-7667 or visit our 
website at www.terrapinciub.org . 




Cheryl Harrison 

Director, 
Development for 
Major Gifts 



Maryland Educational Foundation 
'Endowments for the Future' 

The primary mission of the Maryland Educational Foundation (MEF) is to provide scholar* 
ship endowment funds in support of the athletic deportment's annual athletic scholarship ex- 
penses. By supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, do- 
nors ensure that our legacy of excellence v/ill 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 dol- 
lars through private gifts to build an endowment capable of per- 
monently funding many of the university's scholarships now be- 
ing awarded. 

What is on endowment? An endowment is o gift in which 
the principal is held in perpetuity, with only the income used (in 
port or whole) for scholarships. The MEF invites you to discuss 
gifts such OS cosh, securities, real estate, insurance, personal prop- 
erty, life income, gifts of pooled income funds, charitable remain- 
der trusts, charitable gift annuities, wills and bequests. An endow- 
ment gift is truly a significant investment in the future of Maryland athletics. Contact Dick Corrigan 
or Cheryl Harrison at 301-314-7020 if you would like more information 




Dick Corrigan 

Director, Major 
Gifts 



Oevelopment Office AoMiiuiSTRATiVE Assistants 





Sheila Helen Pickett Dotti Warren 

Burroughs-Morris 



MEF Board of 


Governors 




Chairman 


Ba 


rry P. Gossett 


Vice-Chairman Jac 


k Scarbath 


Secretary/T 


easurer Fra 


nkShulllll 


Past Chairman Fre 


d Frederick 


Executive Director Die 


k Corrigan 


Hotsy Alperstein 


Dr. H. Palmer Hopkins 


Dr. Erwin Raffel 


Waldo Burnside 


Joe Hull 


Richard N. Reed 


Jonathan Claiborne 


Arthur Kramer 


Brodie Remington 


Dr. John Dennis 


Thomas Marcos 


John Rymer 


Lawrence Doll 


Leonard G. Mathias 


Logan Schutz 


Thomas Fields 


John W. McCrocken 


R. Calvert Steuort 


Charles R. Grant 


John F. Miller 


Robert E. Weiss 


Chester Hanulak 


Frederick Mitchell 


Wallace E. Whitmore 


Carole Harris 


Wilson Phipps 


Deborah A. Yow 


John 1. fJeise 







The M Club 

A 77-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 old- 
est and most respected 
letterwinner clubs in the coun- 
try with an organization of 
more than 4,200 former Mary- 
land varsity athletes. 

The M Club goals are to 
help achieve the very best over- 
all academic and athletic pro- 
gram for the 25 varsity teams, 
to aid the athletes in making 
positive contributions to the 
community, to obtain and main- 




David Diehl 

Executive 
Director 



tain funds for awards and scholarships, and to cultivate so- 
cial contact and good sportsmanship among the wearers of 
the "M." 

Membership participation, through the payment of an- 
nual dues, helps build the scholarship endowment fund and 
support student-athletes' awards and recognition efforts. 
Members receive the monthly athletic department publica- 
tion (TerpTalk) for information about the current teams and 
news about their former teammates. 

In addition, active members receive information about, 
and discounts for, various M Club activities. Many benefits 
ore intangible, including the satisfaction of having lettered 
at great university and being a port of a unique and exclu- 
sive organization. 

University of Maryland letferwinners interested in the 
M Club should call David Diehl at (301 ) 314-5372 or Dotti 
Warren at (301) 314-7020, or visit www.umd-mclub.org . 

Remember the M Club, "Athletes Helping Athletes." 



M Club Executive Committee 



Steve Hayleck, President 

Lisa Gibson, President-Elect 
Al Noylor, Vice President 
Marshall Fesche, Treasurer 
Gerald Bechtle, Assistant Secretary 
Phil Colder, Assistant Treasurer 
Bryan Borda, Executive Committee 
John Lamon, Executive Committee 
Laura LeMire, Executive Committee 
Jack Heise, Legal Advisor 
David Diehl, Executive Director 
Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 



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Staff Directory 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S OFFICE 

Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow 

Executive Adminish-oHve Assistant Joyce Taylor 

Executive Assisfontto the Athletic Director Mrchoel Lipitz 

Senior Assoc Athletic Difector/lnternol Operations Rob Mullens 

Administrative Assistant Vicki Spinelli 

Senior Assoc Athletic Director/External Operations Dennis HeUel 

Administrotive Assistant Lynn Ross 

Associote Athletic Director/lnternol Operotions Kathleen Worthinglon 

Director of Personnel Services Liso Lepore 

ACADEMIC SUPPORT & CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

Assoc AD/ Academic Support & Coreer Development TBA 

Associate Director for Academic Support & Career Dev, Karen Schiferl 

Asst Director for Acodemic Support & Career Dev. Heather Arionno 

AssI, Director for Academic Support & Coreer Dev. Kothy Fontaine 

Asst Director for Academic Support & Career Dev. Anton Goff 

Asst. Director for Acodemic Support & Coreer Dev. Donald Peormon 

Learning Specialist Lisa DoDeppo 

Asst Acad. Counselor for Academic Support & Career Dev Shaw/n Summerville 

Assi Acod Counselorfor Academic Supports Coreer Dev. Phillip Nosh 

Administrative Assistant Karen Sturtz 

ADVANCEMENT 

Assoc Athletic Direclor/Externol Operations Joe Hull 

Administrative Assistant Helen Pickett 

Director of Development for Mojor Gifts Cheryl Harrison 

Director of Mojor Gifts Dick Corrigon 

Director of M Club Dovid Diehl 

Administrative Assistant Dotti Warren 

Executive Director of Terrapin Club Andrew Plenn 

Assistant Director of Terrapin Club Julie Potter 

Development Assistant Somuel Kahn 

Administrotive Assistant Dona Delaney 

Gift Processor Jennifer Evoy 

Executive Direclor/Morylond Walk of Fame ond History Jack Zone 

BUSINESS 

Business Manager Lisa Peterson 

Assistant Business Manager Jennifer Roche 

Systems Analyst Lisa Pockett 

Office Supervisor Phyllis Wallace 

PoyroU Coordinotor Karen White 

Administrative Assistant Lori Ponko 

COMPUANCE 

Asst Athletic Director/Compliance/SWA Jane Mullens 

Director of Compliance Chad Carlton 

Assistant Compliance Coordinator Amy Skorbek 

EQUIPMENT MANAGERS 

Heod Manager Ron Ohrlnger 

Assistant Manager John Bowie 

Assistant Manager Pot Gallagher 

Assistant Manager Eric Nohm 

MARKETING 

Asstsloni Athletic Director/Marketing Christopher Jonush 

Assistant Marketing Director Michelle Goozman 

Assistont Morketing Director Chrystie Klar 

Marketing Assistant Adam Frank 

Administrative Assistant Shirley Smith 

MEDIA RELATIONS 

Associate Athletic Director/Media Relotions Dove Hoglund 

Associate Medio Relations Director Kevin Messenger 

Assistant Medio Relations Director Greg Creese 

Assistont Media Relations Director Stephonie Mociun 

Publications Coordinotor/Assl Medio Relotions Dir Jason Yellin 

Medio Relations Coordinotor Jennifer Mason 

OPERATIONS & FACILITIES 

Assistant Athletic Director/Operations & Facilities Curt Collohan 

Assistant Director of Operations Gory Parker 

Assistont Director of Operations Greg Smith 

Administrative Assistant Potty Benfield 

SPORTS MEDICINE 

Head Trainer Sandy Worth 

Assistant Tromer Brant Berkstresser 

Assistont Troiner jj, Bush 

Assistant Trainer Mott Charvot 

Assistant Trainer Phyllis Sanders 

Assistant Trainer Diane Turgeon 

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 

Strength & Conditioning Coach Dwight Gelt 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Craig Fitzgerald 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Barry Kagon 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Corliss White 

TICKET OFFICE 

Assistant Athletic Director/Ticket Operations Wendy Brown 

Associate Ticket Manager Greg Schiller 

Assistant Ticket Manager Eloise Jones 

Assistant Ticket Manoger Debbie Russell 



Coaches^ Directory 



Boseboll 

Terry Rupp, Heod Coach 314-7122 

Men's Basketball 

Gory Williams, Head Cooch 314-7029 

Women's Bosketball 

Chris Waller, Heod Cooch 314-1747 

Men's & Women's Crass Country 

Don Rincon 314-7457 

Field Hockey 

Missy Mehorg, Head Cooch 314-7006 

Football 

Ron Vonderlinden, Heod Coach 314-7096 
Men's Golf 

Tom Honna, Heod Cooch 403-8157 

Women's Golf 

Jason Rodenhover, Heod Cooch 403-4181 
Gymnastics 

Bob Nelligon, Heod Cooch 3 1 4-7007 

Men's Lacrosse 

Dick Edell, Heod Coach 314-7117 



314-7075 
314-7075 
314-7171 
314-7046 
314-8678 
314-6969 
314-6999 
314-7078 
314-1967 

314-7040 
314-7039 
314-7037 
314-9662 
314-7038 
314-7042 
314-7037 
314-9291 
314-7316 
314-7043 

314-7035 
314-7035 
405-0729 
314-7014 
314-5372 
314-7020 
314-7019 
314-7077 
314-8626 
314-7020 
314-7032 
314-7083 

314-7048 
314-7437 
314-7049 
314-7050 
314-9532 
314-9214 

314-7258 
314-8325 
314-7081 

314-7331 

314-7I3C 
314-711C 
314-7331 

314-1203 

314-7071 
314-5252 
314-1517 
314-7072 

314-7064 
314-7066 
314-7065 
314-7063 
314-7062 
314-7064 

314-7126 
314-7127 
314-7128 
314-7126 

314-9905 
314-9906 
314-7132 
314-9901 
314-7137 
314-7137 

314-9927 
314-9927 
314-9«:" 
314-9927 



4059273 

314-7093 Ron 

314-7084 Vanderlinden 

3U7085 Football 



Women's Locrosse 

Cindy Timchol, Heod Cooch 
Men's Soccer 

Sosho Cirovski, Heod Cooch 
Women's Soccer 

Shannon Cirovski, Heod Cooch 
SoM>oll 

Gino LoMondre, Heod Cooch 
Men's & Women's Swimming 

Jim Wenhold, Heod Cooch 
Men's and Women's Tennis 

Jim Loitto, Heod Cooch 
Men's and Women's Track 

Bill Goodmon, Head Cooch 
Volleyball 

Jonice Kruger, Heod Cooch 
Wrestling 

John McHugh, Heod Coach 



314-4273 
314-4161 
314-7034 
405-0521 
314-7031 
314-7131 
314-7457 
314-9839 
314-7134 




Sasho Cirovski Shannon Cirovski Dick Edell 
Men's Soccer Women's Soccer Men's Lacrosse 




Bill Goodman Tom Hanna 

Track & Field Men's Colf 



Janice Kruger Jim Laitta 

Volleyball Tennis 




Gina LaMandre Missy Meharg John McHugh Bob Nelligan 

Softball Field Hockey Wrestling Gymnastics 




Dan Rincon 

Cross Country 



Jason 

Rodenhaver 
Women's Colf 



Terry Rupp 

Baseball 



Cindy Timchal 

Women's 
Lacrosse 




Chris Weller 

Women's 
Basketball 



Jim Wenhold 

Swimming & 
Diving 



Gary Williams 
Men's 

Basketball 



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Athletic Department Staff 

Administration 




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Compliance 




Lisa Lepore 

Director of 
Personnel Services 



Michael Lipitz 

Executive Assistant 
TO THE Athletic 
Director 



Joyce Taylor 

Executive 

Aomin. Assistant to 



Vicki Spinelli 

Administrative 
Assistant td the 



Lynn Ross 

Administrative 
Assistant to the 



Chad Carlton 

Director of 
Compliance 



Amy Skarbek 

Assistant Compliance 
Coordinator 



THE Athlehc Director Senior Associate A.D. Senior Associate A.D. 



Business Office 




Lisa Peterson Jennifer Roche '■'^^ Packett 

Business Manager Assistant Business Systems Analyst 
Manager 



Phyllis Wallace Karen White Lori Panko 

Dffice Supervisor Payroll Coordinator Administrative 

Assistant 



Marketing 



Ticket Office 





Michelle Goozman 

Assistant Director 
OF Marketing 



Chrystie Klar 

Assistant Director 
OF Marketing 



Adam Frank 

Marketing 
Assistant 



Greg Schiller 

Associate Ticket 
Manager 



Debbie Russell 

Assistant Ticket 
Manager 



Eloise Jones 

Assistant Ticket 
Manager 



Operations & Facilities Walk Of Fame & History Equipment 













Gary Parker 

Assistant Director 



Greg Smith 

Assistant Director 



Jack Zane 

Executive Director 



John Bowie Pat Gallagher 

Assistant Manager Assistant Manager 



Eric Nahm 

Assistant Manager 



Athletic Department Index 



Deborah A Yow, A. D 171 

Athletic Administration 172 

Academic Support and Career Devlopment 1 74 

Sports Medicine 178 

Terrapin Club 180 



Major Gift Fundraising . 

MClub 

Head Coaches 

Medio Relations 



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190 



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Cole Field House 



Over the years, Cole Field House has played a 
substantial role in college basketboll history. Twice 
the Final Four has been held there, and twice it has 
been a site for the opening two rounds of the NCAA 
basketball tournament. Cole is the only on-campus 
arena to ploy host to multiple Final Fours. Over the 
years, as the Atlantic Coost Conference has grown 
in stature as the preeminent college basketball con- 
ference in the country. Cole has seen its share of 
memorable games and storied players. 

As the state's flagship university and on 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 ports, 
when DeMotho from nearby Hyotfsville played host 
to New York's Power Memorial and Lew Alcindor, 
now Koreem Abdul-Jabbor. 

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

And few arenas have proven quite so danger- 
ous - for opposing teams, that is. Since back in the 
early '70s, when Lefty Driesell got the "Amen" cho- 
rus going, top-ranked teams have found Cole Field 
House a particularly unfriendly place. Driesell served 
notice that Maryland would prove on ungracious host 
during his tenure with on upset of then-No. 1 South 
Carolina in his second season in College Park. In 
1979, the Terps come from behind in the final sec- 
onds to knock off top-ranked Notre Dome on national 
television in another memorable upset. This list goes 
on and on. UCLA in 1982, Virginia in '83, and Caro- 
lina in '95 and again in 1998. All were No. 1 when 
they orrived at Cole, but were knocked off by the 
Terrapins and the homecourt advantage the build- 
ing 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 39 of the 45 sea- 
sons 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 Pork. 
Under head coach Gary Williams, a Maryland grod 
who played at Cole as an undergraduate in the late 
1 960s, the Terps have won at least 1 gomes at home 
10 times in his 11 seasons. Thanks to the heroics of 
All-America center Joe Smith, the Terps went unde- 
feated at home (16-0) during the 1994-95 season, 
the third time in history that had happened. 



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Overall, Maryland is 459-148 at Cole, includ- 
ing a 15-1 record at home lost season. In the past 
two years, Maryland has gone 28-2 in Cole. 

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 come out to see what kind of field house could 
be built with $3.3 million in those days. In the 
building's early years, capacity was only about 
12,000, because there were no seats on the floor, 
below where the railings ring the court. 

Nowadays, capacity is listed as 14,500, al- 
though that doesn't include the 96 courtside seats 
installed before the 1993-94 season. The largest re- 
corded crowd (15,827) was on hand for the Mary- 
land-North Carolina overtime thriller in 1972. But 



more than that may hove witnessed the Virginio 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 thou- 
sands more lined the concourse o couple of rows 
deep or simply sat in the aisles to witness the grand 
send-off. The fire marshal must have been on vaca- 
tion. Or maybe he was there at the gome. 

In the building's four decades, though, the 1 966 
NCAA championship game, which pitted Kentucky 
against underdog Texas Western (now Texas El Paso), 
is probably the most famous. And, the most histori- 
cally signihcont. In that gome, the upstart Texas team, 
which featured an all-black starting five, knocked off 
all-white Kentucky, the New York Yankees of college 
basketboll. The result forced the southern colleges to 



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recruit ond sign black players, lest they lose their com- 
petitive advantage, and did oway with segregation 
in the sport. 

Cole also hosted the 1 970 Final Four, which sow 
UCLA crowned as champion for the fourth year in a 
row in what would turn out to be a run of seven stroight 
national titles. 

Great high school and professional gomes hove 
been played on the Maryland campus as well. Bock 
in 1965, Morgan Wootten was gaining notional at- 
tention for his winning program at DeMctha High 
School, just down Route 1 from campus. To be the 
best, Wootten olways said, you hod to beat the best, 
which is why he scheduled a game against Power 
Memorial of New York City, which featured Alcindor. 
After practicing in the week leading up to the game 



against o defender holding a tennis racquet to ap- 
proximate Alcindor's wingspan, DeMotho stunned 
Power with a 46-43 victory. It was the only loss of the 
future Hall of Fomer's high school career 

For a time. Cole served as the site for the Capi- 
tol Classic high school all-star basketball game each 
spring, and the Capitol Bullets, who later became 
the Washington Wizards, played their NBA games 
at Cole while waiting for the completion of the Capi- 
tol Centre back in the early 1970s. 

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



Year-By-Year At Cole 




Season 


Won 


Lost 


Avg. Att 


1955-56 


9 


5 


NA 


1956-57 


8 


2 


NA 


1957-58 


10 


1 


NA 


1958-59 


7 


3 


NA 


1959-60 


8 


2 


NA 


1960-61 


8 


2 


NA 


1961-62 


4 


6 


NA 


1962-63 


5 


6 


NA 


1963-64 


5 


4 


5,833 


1964-65 


9 


3 


8,592 


1965-66 


7 


3 


9,540 


1966-67 


5 


5 


8,249 


1967-68 


7 


3 


7101 


1968-69 


4 


6 


6,650 


1969-70 


10 


4 


9,900 


1970-71 


11 


4 


12,056 


1971-72 


14 





13,166 


1972-73 


12 


1 


13,294 


1973-74 


12 


1 


12,012 


1974-75 


12 


2 


13,427 


1975-76 


13 


2 


13,110 


1976-77 


15 


4 


12,645 


1977-78 


10 


4 


12,334 


1978-79 


12 


4 


11,196 


1979-80 


16 





10,050 


1980-81 


12 


3 


12,132 


1981-82 


13 


3 


9,830 


1982-83 


14 


3 


10,144 


1983-84 


13 


2 


11,337 


1984-85 


14 


2 


12,458 


1985-86 


10 


5 


11,447 


1986-87 


8 


8 


8,816 


1987-88 


8 


4 


12,127 


1988-89 


5 


9 


9,198 


1989-90 


12 


4 


10,300 


1990-91 


11 


3 


9,820 


1991-92 


10 


5 


9,563 


1992-93 


8 


7 


11,681 


1993-94 


10 


3 


13,644 


1994-95 


16 





13,814 


1995-96 


11 


3 


13,324 


1996-97 


11 


3 


13,059 


1997-98 


12 


2 


13,377 


1998-99 


13 


1 


14,455 


1999-00 


15 


1 


14,148 




Won 


Lost 


Pet. 


45 Years 


459 


148 


.7'-' 



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History Of Cole Field House 

I 955 Cole Field House dedicated ot a cost of 
$3.3 million. Maryland defeats Virginia, 67-55, on 
Dec. 2 in itie first gome in ttie new facility. 



I 958 Cole is fiome to tfie Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference cfiompions. 

I 9BB Cole ploys fiost to the NCAA Finol Four. 
In tfie semifinals, Kentucky defeats Duke and Texas 
Western (now Texas-El Paso) defeats Ulafi. Texas-El 
Poso then defeats Kentucky in one of the most memo- 
rable championship games in history. 

I 970 Cole ploys host to the NCAA Final Four 
for the second time. Jacksonville defeats St. 
Bonoventure 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 champi- 
onships. 

I 97 I Maryland defeats No. 1 South Carolina, 
31-30, in one of the greet "slow-down" gomes in the 
history of Cole. Leading only 4-3 at holftime, Mary- 
land needed a lay-up from Jim O'Brien to tie the game 
with five seconds to go in regulation and an 11 -foot 
jumper from O'Brien to win the game with four sec- 
onds remaining in overtime. 

I 972 Cole is home to the Notional Invitation 
Tournament champions - the Maryland Terrapins. 

I 97S The Cole Field House attendance record 
of 15,287 wosset OS Maryland ployed host to North 
Carolina on Feb. 16. Maryland lost 79-77 in an 
overtime thriller. Maryland averaged 13,166 fans 
at each home game in 1972, then, the third highest 
total in school history. 

I 975 The Cole Field House home average at- 
tendance record of 1 3,427 is set. The Terps played 
14 home gomes in front of 187, 971 Terp faithful. 

I 979 On Super Bowl Sunday, Larry Gibson 
sank a free throw with one second on the clock to 
boost the Terps post No. 1 Notre Dome, 67-66, on 
Jon. 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 hod entered the season 
ranked No. 1 in the country and were ranked among 
the top 1 on the day of the gome. 




Pie awards presenta- 
tion following the 
966 championship 
game when Texas 
Western defeated 
Kentucky in a historic 
game. 



A look at Cole when it first 
opened in 1955. 



i 981 Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference champion Maryland Terrapins. 

I 99 I 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 hod defeated a No. 2 
seed. 

I 992 Maryland defeats No. 10 North Coro- 
lina, 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. 

I 991 Maryland sets on all-time overoge atten- 
dance record of 13,644 for 13 games. 

I 991 Maryland defeats Virginia on March 5, 
70-68, in front of a sellout crowd. Duane Simpkins is 
perfect from the free-throw line ( 1 1 - 1 1 ) and Joe Smith 



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scores 20 points and has 11 rebounds. The win 
clinches a fourth-place tie in the ACC regular season 
standings and virtually assures the Terps of on NCAA 
Tournament bid. 

I 995 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 
86-73, on Feb, 7, in front of o sellout crowd and a 
notional television audience. Duane Simpkins and 
Johnny Rhodes score 21 points each and Joe Smith 
grabs 16 rebounds. The gome features the Terps' 
Smith ond North Carolina's Jerry Stockhouse and 
Rasheed Wallace, all three of whom were selected 
in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft. 

I 995 Maryland defeats American, 104-79, on 
Dec. 23, for the 400th victory in Cole Field House 
by a Maryland team. 

I 998 Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 
89-83 in overtime, as Laron Profit scores 19 points 
overall and six points during the overtime period. It 
marks the second time in three years that the Terps 
defeated No. 1 North Carolina in Cole Field House. 



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Cole Field House By The 

Attendance Through The Yeais 

Home Games Only Total Season Gomes 


Numt 


yers 








NCAA's At Cole 


1 9ES Eastern Regional 


Season Gomes Attendance 


Avg. 


Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Avg. 




Semifinals: Wake Forest 96, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 85 
Villanova 79, New York Univ. 76 


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 


7135 


Championship: Wake Forest 79, Villanova 69 


1965-66 IC 


95,400 


9,540 


1965-66 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


Third Place: New York Univ. 94, St. Joseph's (Po.) 85 


1966-67 IC 


82,490 


8,249 


1966-67 


25 


164,390 


6,576 




1967-68 IC 


70,100 


7101 


1967-68 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


1 963 Eastern Regional 


1968-69 10 


66,500 


6,650 


1968-69 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


Semifinals: Duke 81, New York Univ. 76 


1969-70 14 


138,600 


9,900 


1969-70 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


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


1970-71 15 


180,842 


12,056 


1970-71 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


Championship: Duke 73, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 69 


1971-72 14 


184,323 


13,166 


1971-72 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


Third Place: West Virginia 83, New York Univ. 73 


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 


1 965 Eastern Regional 


1974-75 14 


187971 


13,427 


1974-75 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


Semifinals: Princeton 66, North Carolina 48 


1975-76 15 


196,656 


13,110 


1975-76 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


Providence 81, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 73 (OT) 
Championship: Princeton 109, Providence 69 
Third Place: North Carolina 83, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 81 


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 
1980-81 15 


160,815 
196,978 


10,050 
13,132 


1979-80 
1980-81 


31 
31 


317,559 
398,036 


10,242 
12,840 


1 966 Final Four 


1981-82 16 


157,275 


9,830 


1981-82 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


Notional Semifinals: Kentucky 83, Duke 79 


1982-83 17 


172,445 


10,144 


1982-83 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


Texas Western 85, Utah 78 


1983-84 15 


170,060 


11,337 


1983-84 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


Notional Championship: Texas Western 85, Kentucky 65 


1984-85 16 


199,335 


12,458 


1984-85 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


Third Place: Duke 79, Utah 77 


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 


1 967 Eastern Regional 


1987-88 12 


145,525 


12,127 


1987-88 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


Semifinals: North Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (OT) 


1988-89 14 


128,773 


9,198 


1988-89 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


Boston College 63, St. John's 62 


1989-90 16 


164,806 


10,300 


1989-90 


33 


306,339 


9,293 


Championship: North Carolina 96, Boston College 80 


1990-91 14 


137,476 


9,820 


1990-91 


28 


267401 


9,550 


Third Place: Princeton 78, St. John's 58 


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 


1 968 First Round 


1993-94 13 


177,376 


13,644 


1993-94 


30 


360,993 


12,033 


First Round: Davidson 79, St. John's 70 


1994-95 16 


221,020 


13,814 


1994-95 


34 


437268 


12,861 


Columbia 83, La Salle 69 


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 


1 969 Eastern Regional 


1997-98 14 


187272 


13,377 


1997-98 


32 


446,213 


13,944 


Semifinals: North Carolina 79, Duquesne 78 


1998-99 14 


202,365 


14,455 


1998-99 


34 


473,626 


13,930 


Davidson 79, St. John's 69 


1999-00 16 


226,369 


14,148 


1999-00 


35 


503,648 


14,390 


Championship: North Carolina 87, Davidson 85 


Attendance recora 


s prior to / 963 are incomplete 












Third Place: Duquesne 75, St. John's 72 

1 970 Final Four 










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Cole Field House Milestones 


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JS 


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National Semifinals: Jacksonville 94, St, Bonaventure 83 


Dedicated: 


December 2, 


1955 




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mL' 




UCLA 93, New Mexico State 77 


Capacity. 


14,500 (Courtside Seats: 96; 




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National Championship: UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 


First Game: 


December 2, 


1955 




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Third Place: New Mexico State 79, St. Bonaventure 73 


First Win: 


December 2, 


1955 


Maryland 67, Virginic 


55 








First Loss: 


December 15 


,1955 


Kentucky 62, Maryland 61 '^ 


W^k^ijLi 




1 977 Eastern Regional 


1 00th Game 


December U 


, 1964 


Maryland 82, Wake Forest 64 ^ 


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Semifinals: Kentucky 93, Virginia Military 78 


200th Game 


January 23, 


973 


Marylo 


id 100, Long 


Island 73 


'^m^ * ■ f • ■ 1 




North Carolina 79, Notre Dame 77 


300th Gome 


February 23, 


1980 


Maryland 82, Virginia 71 , 


*' - ^ -^ 




Championship: North Carolina 79, Kentucky 72 


400th Game 


January 10, 


987 


Virginia 


71, Maryland 64 








500th Game 


December 2, 


1993 


Maryland 89, UMBC 80 






1 99 1 Eastern Regional 


100thVidor> 


r. February 25, 


1970 


Maryland 83, West Virginia 76 






First Round: Oklahoma State 67, New Mexico 54 


200th Victor; 


f: December 2 f 


, 1977 


Maryland 91, Western Kentucky 78 






NC State 114, Southern Mississippi 85 


300th Vidor> 
400th Vidor> 


t: November 23, 1985 


Maryland 84, Northeastern 72 
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 ( 1 090-AM) and WMAL (63aAM), which com- 
bine to give Maryland one of the strongest broadcast 
signals of any collegiate basketball team in the na- 
tion. The Terps con be heard from Maine to Florida. 

Johnny Holliday will once again serve as the voice 
of the Terps. He will be joined by color analyst Chris 
Knoche. 

All of Maryland's games can be heard via 
www.umterps.com and www.espn.com. 

Johnny Holliday - Play-by-Play 

Johnny Holliday, who is in his third decade as the 
Terps' play-by-play announcer, has broadcast more 
than 580 Maryland basketball games, 28 NCAA Tour- 
noment gomes and will call his 21 st ACC Tournament 
this season. 

Holliday, now in his 22nd year as the "Voice of 
the Terps," is considered one of the finest play-by-play 
announcers in the nation. In addition to calling the 
action for the Maryland basketball and football teams, 
Holliday also hosts the award-winning Gary Williams 
and Ron Vanderlinden television shows. As the Terps' 
director of broodcasting, he handles o myriad of speak- 
ing duties within the athletic department, ranging from 
banquets, to Terrapin Club and M Club functions and 
golf outings. 

His long list of credits includes ABC's coverage 
of every Olympics since 1984. In addition, he has 
covered championship boxing, the Masters and the 
Liberty and Aloha bowls. 

Holliday's announcing career allows him to lay 
claim OS Woshington's most versatile broadcaster, and 
among the best nationally. Whether it be in radio, 
where he was named America's No. 1 disc jockey 
during his rock 'n roll deejay days, to his public ad- 
dress duties with the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raid- 
ers, ond Golden State Warriors, to his work in Wash- 
ington television for the Senators and Bullets, Holliday 
mokes o complicated business look easy. 

He brings that ease to the Morylond 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 broodcosters for 
the sport of women's basketball, earning a Distin- 
guished Service Award from ACC women's basket- 
ball officials for his work on that league's women's 
basketball telecasts. 

A native of Miami, Fla., Holliday began his broad- 
casting career in Perry, Go., 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 wos 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 softboll teams, the Radio Won- 
ders, have raised more than $ I 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. 

Three years ago he was honored by the Greater 
Washington, DC. Chapter of Operation Smile with its 
1998 Smile Award for his outstanding service to the 
community. In 1995, he was the recipient of the Uni- 
versity 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 
resides in Bel Air, Md., with her husband Steve, who 
also is physician; Trocie, a neo-notol nurse at Shady 
Grove Hospital who resides in Potomac, Md.; with her 
husband Chris, on 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 post three years, is in his second sea- 
son OS the color analyst for the Terp men's basketball 
radio broadcasts. 

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. 

Prior to joining Maryland's broadcast crew, he 
worked 40-50 games each of the previous two sea- 
sons as a color commentator, including stints on the 
Ivy League Gome 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 on outstanding background 
OS player, coach and fan to our basketball broad- 
casts," said Williams, the Terps' 1 2th-year head coach. 
"Being able to work with Johnny Holliday, Chris pro- 
vides the opportunity for Maryland fans to listen to 
someone who has very good experience as a color 
commentator. More important, he is someone who has 
great feel for the game of basketball. I hove known 
Chris OS player and a coach for more than 20 years. 
He is on exciting addition to our basketball program." 



Maryland Radio Network 


WBAL-AM 


Baltimore 


1090 


WMAL-AM 


Washington, DC. 


630 


WAMD-AM 


Aberdeen 


970 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 


1450 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 


930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerstown 


1490 


WMDM-FM 


Lexington Park 


977 


WMSG-AM 


Ooklond 


1050 


WDMV-AM 


Pocomoke City 


540 


WINX-AM 


Rockville 


1600 


WTGM-FM 


Salisbury 


960 


WHR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



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Key [SE] indicates sporls editor 

[ASE] indicates ossiitant sporls editor 

[SDj indicates sports director 

(Bj indicates beat writer 

[C] indicates columnist 

[SWj indicates staff writer 

[SAJ ir^dicofes sports anchor 

[SR} indicates sporls reporter 

(TSHj indicates sports talk host 

(ESPj indicates executive sports producer 

[SP] indicates sports producer 

Maryland Radio 
Network 

Ploy-by-Play Announcer 
Johnny Holliday 
Sports Anchor 
ABC Radio 
1717De5olesSl. NW 
Woshingtcn DC 20036 
1202) 222-7600 
(2021 222-7682 (FAX) 

Color Analyst 

Chris Knoche 

3141 Foirview Pork Drive 

Suile 250 

Foils Church, Vo 22042 

(7031 205-0393 

Print Outlets 

Washington Post 

1150 15th St. 
Woshington DC, 20071 
(2021 334-7350 
(202) 334-7685 (FAX) 
George Solomon [SE] 
Mot Rennie (ASE) 
Josh Barr [B] 
Michoel Wilbon (C) 
Tony Kornheiser [C] 
Thomos Boswell [Cj 

Boltimore Sun 
Colvert & Center Streets 
Boltimore, MD, 21203 
410-332-6200 
410-783-2518 (FAX) 
sports@sunspot,net (e-mail) 
Molly Dunham (SE) 
Sam Dovis [SE] 
Gary Lambrecht [B] 
John Eisenberg [C] 
Mike Preston [C] 

Washington Times 

3600 New York Ave NE 
Washington DC. 20002 
(202)636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (FAX) 
Mork Harlsell [SE] 
Jon Siege! [B] 
Tom Knott [C] 
Don Doly [C) 
Dick Hellet [C] 
Thorn Loverro [C] 

Prince George's Journal 
9426 Annopolis Rood 
Lonhom, MD 20706 
(3011306-3414 
(301) 731-8363 (FAX) 
pgedit@irnl.com (e-mail) 
Ben Lumpkin [SE] 
Krislopher D. Smith [B] 
Mike Eocobocci [B] 

Montgomery Joumol 

2 Research Court 
Rockville, MD 20850 



(301)670-1400 
(301)670-1421 (FAX) 
mtgedit@irnl com (e-mail) 
Brian McNicoll [SE] 
Joke Schaller [SW| 
Kevin Dunleavy [SW] 
Vincent Puiupa [SW] 

Annapolis Capital 

2000 Copilol Drive 
Annapolis, MD 21404 
(410) 280-5923 
(410) 268-4643 (FAX) 
sports@capitolgazette,com (e-mail) 
Joe Gross [SE] 
Bill Wagner |B] 
Craig Anderson [C] 
John McNamara [C] 

Cumberlond Times 

19 Mechanic Rood 
Cumberlond, MD 21502 
[301)722-4600 
(301) 722-4870 (FAX) 
ctn@times-nev^s.com (e-mail) 
Mike Burke (SE/B] 
Steve Luse [C] 

Easton Stor-Democrot 
1 Airport Drive 
Eoslon.MD 21601 
(410) 770-4010 
(410)77a4019(FAX) 
eastonedif@cpc.chespub.com (e-moti) 
Bill Haufe [SE] 
Kevin George [ASE] 

Frederick News-Post 

200 Potrick Street 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

(301) 662-8299 (FAX) 

ihuffer@(redericknewspost.com (e-mail) 

Stan Goldberg [SE] 

John Cannon [SW] 

Bill Cauley [SW] 

Joe Huffer [SW] 

Gazette Newspapers 

1200 Quince Orchord Blvd. 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878 
(301)670-2050 
(301) 670-7183 (FAX) 
bheard@ga2ette net (e-mail) 
Brian Heard [SE] 
Chris Murray [ASE] 

Hogerstown Morning Herald 

100 Summit Ave 
Hogerstown, MD 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
news@herald-mail.com (e-mail) 
Mork Keller [SE] 
Bob Parosiliti [B] 

Hogerstown Daily Mail 

100 Summit Ave 
Hogerstown, MD 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
news@herald-mail com (e-rnoii) 
Lorry Yonos [SE] 

Soiisbury Times 

PO. Box 1937 

Salisbury, MD 21802 

(410)749-7171 

1410) 749-7290 (FAX) 

newsroom@shore.intercom.net (e-mail) 

John Evans [SE] 

Brent Adelmon [B] 

Stephanie Flower [B] 



Terrapin Times 

PO. BoK 993 

Bel Air, MD 21014 

1-800-594-9320 

(410) 256-8838 (FAX) 

ttkeith@terropintimes com (e-mail) 

Keith Covonaugh [SE] 

Wire/National 
Services 

Associoted Press 

222 St. Poul Place 
Boltimore, MD 21202 

(410) 539-3524 
(410) 727-1550 (FAX) 
sptswtr@aal com (e-moil) 
Dove Ginsburg [SE] 

USATodoy 

1 000 Wilson Blvd 
Arlington, VA 22229 
(703) 276-3735 
(703) 276-5527 (FAX) 
Tom O'Toole [SE] 

Student Media 

The Diamondback 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall 
University of Morylond 
College Pork, MD 20742 
(301)314-8200 
(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 
pstevens@wom.umd edu (e-moil) 
Patrick Stevens [SE] 
Josh Mitchell [B] 
Tommy Ventre [B] 

WMUC Radio 

3130 South Campus Dining Hal! 
University of Maryland 
College Pork, MD 20742 
(301)314-7866 
(301) 314-7879 (FAX) 

Radio Outlets 

WBAL 

3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 
Steve Stewart [SD] 
Gerry Sandusky [TSH] 
Greg Sher [TSH] 
Steve Melewski [TSH] 

V/TEM 

11300 Rockville Pike 

Rockville, MD 20852 

(301)231-7798 

(301) 881-8025 (FAX) 

Andy Pollin [SDJ 

Rick "Doc" Walker [TSH] 

A! Koken [TSH] 

Chris Possomono [ESP] 

WNST 

1550 Han Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21286 
(410) 821-9678 
(410) 828-4698 (FAX) 
Nestor Aparocio [TSH] 
Steve Hennessey [SP] 

WCBM 

68 Radio Plozo 
Owings Mills, MD 21117 
(410)580-6800 
(410) 580^5810 (FAX) 
ArlSincloir[SDl 



WFMD 
PO Box 151 
Frederick, MD 21701 
(301)663-4181 
(301) 682-8018 (FAX) 
Ron Kilzmiller [SD] 

WINX 

12216 Porklown Drive 

Suite 203 

Rockville, MD 20852 

(301)424-9292 

(301) 424-8266 (FAX) 

WMAL 

4400 Jennifer St. 
Washington DC 20015 
(202)686-3100 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 
Tim Brant [SO] 
Tom Bloz [SR] 
Bryan Nehmon [SR] 

WOLB 

5900 Princess Garden Parkway 
lonhom, MD 20706 
(301)306-1111 
(301)30<^1149(FAX) 
Butch McAdoms [SD] 

wrop 

3400 Idaho Ave. NW 
Washington DC 20016 
(202) 895-5060 
[202) 895-5149 (FAX) 
Dove Johnson [SA] 
Byron Kerr [SR] 
Frank Hanrohon [SR] 

TV Outlets 

WBAL(NBC/n) 

3800 Hooper Ave 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(410)338-1750 
(410) 467-6671 (FAX) 
Gerry Sandusky [SD] 
Chris Ely [SA/SR] 
Croig Bell [SA] 
Kevin Anderson [SP] 

WBFF IFOX/45) 

2000 W 41 SI St. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 
Bruce Cunningham [SD] 
Sieve Davis [SR] 
Brent Harris [SR| 
Mike Worgo [SP] 
Mark Penn (SP) 

WJZ(CBS/13] 

Television Hili 
Boltimore, MD 21211 
(410)578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 
John Buren [SD] 
Mike Pupo [ESP] 
Joe McLaughlin [SP] 
Scott Curkin [SP] 

WMAR (ABC/2) 

6400 York Rood 
Boltimore, MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 
Scott Gorceou [SD] 
Keith Mills [SA] 
John Curry [SR/SP] 

WUSA ICBS/9] 

4100 Wisconsin Ave. NW 
Washington D C. 20008 



(202) 895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (FAX) 
Jess Atkinson [SD] 
Ken Mease [SA] 
Andre Jones [SP] 
Larry Duval [SP] 
Maurice Drummond [SP] 

WJIA jABC/T) 

3007 Tilden St. NW 
Woshington D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 
(202) 364-7789 (FAX) 
Rene Knott [SD] 
Dan Brady [SA] 
Rich Cook (SA) 
Rich Doniel [ESP] 
Keith Abernathy [SP] 
Alex Parker [SP] 

WRC (NBC/4) 

4001 Nebrosko Ave. NW 
Washington DC 20016 
(202) 885-4451 
(202) 885-4002 (FAX) 
George Michoel [SD] 
Wolly Bruckner [SA] 
Jill Sorenson [SA] 
Jeff Greenburg [ESP] 
Joe Schrieber [ESP] 
Rich Dunn [SP] 
Steve Dresner [SP] 

VmC (FOX/5) 

5151 Wisconsin Ave. 
Washington DC 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3010 (FAX) 
Dave Feldmon [SD] 
Dove Ross [SA] 

WHAG (NBC/25) 

13 E. Woshington St. 
Hagerslown.MD 21740 
(301)698-5225 
(301 1 745-4093 (FAX) 
Greg Miller [SD] 

WMDT 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, MD 21801 
(410)742-4747 
(410) 742-5767 (FAX) 
RobCarlm[SD] 

Newschannel 8 

7600-D Springfield Blvd. 

Spnngfield.VA 22153 

(7031 912-5395 

(703) 912-5329 (FAX) 

sports@newschonnel8.net (e-mail) 

Ross McCollum [SD] 

Glenn Harris [SA] 

Joyce Jackson [SA] 

Koye Lake [SA] 

Dove Weinberger [SP] 

Chris Beoumier [SP] 

Coble News 21 

(Montgomery County) 
7548 Slandish Place 
Rockville, MD 20855 
(301)294-2121 
(301) 517-8690 (FAX) 
Chris Clark [SD] 

Cable News 1 5 

(Prince George's County] 

9475 Lottsford Rd 

Suile 125 

Largo, Md. 20774 

(301)386-7627 

(301) 322-6132 (FAX) 

Dove Goldman [SD] 



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Media Information 



Men's Basketball Contact 




Kevin Messenger 

Associate Director, Athletic Medio Relations 



Mailing Address 

PO, Box 295 

College Pork, MD 20742-0295 

Shipping Address 

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



Important Telephone Numbers 

(301 ) 314-7066 - Messenger's Office Phone 
(301 ) 474-9555 - Messenger's Home Phone 
(301 1 314-7064 - Medio Relations Office 
(301 ) 314-9094 - Media Relotions FAX 
(301 1 314-8624 - Cole Field House Press Rov/ 
(301) 314-TERP- Terrapin Fon Phone 
Athletics Web Site -www.umlerp5.com 



Welcome To Maryland 

Maryland basketball is one of the top overall pro- 
grams in the nation. Head coach Gory 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 basket- 
ball gome and the program would like to thank you for 
stopping here while on your "Rood to the Final Four." 
The media relations staff is always available to service 
you and has prepared this medio guide as a source of 



For everything you ever wanted to 

KNOW ABOUT THE TeRPS. CHECK OUT! 



w¥fw.umterps.com 




nevrs, 

results, 

scores, 



profiles, 
features, 
photos, 
tickets. 



information which can be referred to all season. Wel- 
come to Maryland. We hope that you enjoy your visit 
and that we will see you along the college basketball 
rood again. 

Before Your Visit 

Game credentials are issued to accredited mem- 
bers of the medio only. Working space in the press area 
of Cole is limited and seats are expressly reserved for 
those working on deadline, with no exceptions. Chil- 
dren and other non-workers are not ollowed in the press 
area. Credentials should be ordered at least one week 
before each game and ore issued through the Media 
Relotions Office. Requests for credentials should be 
mode in writing ond on letterhead stotionery to Dave 
Hoglund or Kevin Messenger in the Medio Relations 
ofhce. If it is convenient for you to FAX your request, 
you ore welcome to do so. The FAX number in the Me- 
dia 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 Medio Relations Office at least one week prior 
to the desired gomes. They ore carefully screened to 
insure good working conditions in the press area. When 
time permits, a working press pass ond porking pass 
will be mailed. When this is not possible, they will be 
left at the Press Will Coll entrance ot the bock door of 
Cole. The back door of Cole directly foces Byrd Sta- 
dium. 

Photographers, too, should moke their credential 
requests ot least one week in advance. Credential re- 
quests for photogrophy 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 orrongements must be made though the 
Medio Relotions Ofhce two weeks in advance. Space 
for strobe lights is available on a first come, hrst served 
basis. 

Game Day Press Parking is located on the Byrd 
Stodium promenade, under the Tyser Tower press box. 
The promenode is best accessed from the Stadium Drive 
entrance to campus. Access is via press parking pass 
only and is available on on extremely limited basis. 

Media Work Room 

A press work room is ovoiloble for working medio 
only 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 avail- 
able on a hrst-come, hrst serve bosis and require a credit 
cord for billing. 

The room opens well before gome lime ond medio 
representatives ore welcome to moke themselves com- 
fortable. Food service is ovoiloble to the medio in the 
press room os pre-gome meal is served buffet style. A 
halftime and post-gome beverage service is also ovoil- 
oble. The pre-gome buffet is ovoiloble one hour before 
tip-off. 



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Media Relations Staff 



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Dave Haclund 

Associate Athletic Director 
Athletic Medio Relotions 
Ofhce: 301-314-7064 
Home; 301-879-2518 
E-Moll: haglund@wom.umd.edu 

Kevin Messenger 

Associate Director 
Athletic Media Relations 
Office: 301-314-7066 
Home: 301-474-9555 
E-Moil: kmess@wam,umd.edu 

Crec Creese 

Assistant Director 
Athletic Medio Relations 
Office: 301-314-7065 
Home: 301-887-1199 
E-Mail: gcreese@wom.umd-edu 

Stephanie Mociun 

Assistant Director 
Athletic Media Relations 
Ofhce: 301-314-7063 
Home: 301-847-1398 
E-Mail: smociun@wam.umd.edu 

Jason Yellin 

Publications Coordinotor/ 
Assistant Director 
Athletic Media Relations 
Office: 301-314-7062 
Home: 410-953-0575 
E-Mail: iyellin@wam.umd.edu 

Jennifer Mason 

Medio Relations Coordinotor 
Athletic Medio Relations 
Office: 301-314-7064 
Home: 301-776-1702 
E-Moil: jamason@wom.umd.edu 

Jason Baum 

Stoff Assistant 

Athletic Medio Relations 

Office: 301-314-7068 

Home: 301-497-1147 

E-Moil: iobaum@wam.umd.edu 

Mark Fratto 

Graduate Assistant 
Athletic Medio Relations 
Office: 301-314-1483 
Home: 301-474-6304 
E-Mail: fratto@wom.umd.edu 

Student Assistants: Doug Drabik, Adam Liltman, Vita 
McKenna, Brian Pressman, Dan Rosso, Cherise Rhyns, 
Suttichi Saprasook, Brandi Wiggins, Jason Zhang 







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Fax Machine Service 

Fax machine service will be available. If you need 
any information faxed to your newspaper, please submit 
your request to a member of the Media Relations Office. 

Press Seating 

Press seating is located on the basketball floor in 
the northwest corner of the arena. The area is manned 
by members of the Media Relations Office throughout 
the gome. The Media Relations staff desires to help the 
media be as comfortable as possible during each gome. 

Photographers 

The NCAA has established a policy to control con- 
gestion in the photography areos on the basketball court. 
Only photographers on assignment, along with members 
of working television media are given photo passes Ad- 
mission 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, assis- 
tants or producers) will hove 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 gome officials and the Media 
Relations Office AT ALL TIMES. Failure to comply with 
their directions will result in expulsion from the arena. 

In-Season Interview Policies 

All Maryland players and head coach Gary Will- 
iams will be available for interviews with accredited mem- 
bers of the media throughout the season. ALL INTERVIEW 
REQUESTS must be made through the Medio Relations 
Office, contacting Kevin Messenger. Please give a mini- 
mum of 24 hours notice. Player's individual phone num- 
bers will not be given to the media and gome day inter- 
views 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 num- 
ber is (301 ) 314-7064 and the FAX number is (301)314- 
9094. 

Players will not be available for live call-in radio 
shows. 

Postgame Press Conference 

Postgame interviews with Maryland coach Gory Wil- 
liams are held in the basketball lounge adjacent to the 
medio work room and the Maryland lockerroom. 
Coaches from opposing teams will be brought to the en- 
trance to the women's basketball locker room, also lo- 
cated off the tunnel after each game. The Maryland locker 
room is open to credentialed media for a brief period 
after Coach Williams concludes his comments to the me- 
dia. This is in accordance with ACC rules. The visiting 
team's locker room access policy is determined by offi- 
cials of that school. 



Postgame Statistics 

Statistics packets, including running play-by-play, first 
half and final boxscores and post-game notes and quotes, 
ore compiled following every game and mode available 
to the medio at press row and in the press room. 

E-Mail Services 

Basketball releases can be obtained electronically 
by contacting Kevin Messenger at kmess@wam.umd.edu . 
ListTERP NEWS in the subject heading, and include the 
name of your media outlet and phone number in your 
message. (This is a media service only). 

Media Team Link 

Releases, statistics and other sports information from 
all ACC schools as well as other conferences and institu- 
tions around the country are available by accessing 
www.mediateamlink.com . You can have updated docu- 
ments delivered directly to your e-mail and/or fax ma- 
chine the moment they are updated. You con also view 
documents on-line. MedioTeomlink is FREE to all accred- 
ited medio. Log on to www.mediateamlink.com if you do 
not already hove on account, and click the "Sign Up Here" 
button and complete the short form. Documents requested 
via fax will incur a 15 cents per page fee. This site is for 
accredited media only. Pivotal Communications will con- 
duct an audit to eliminate non-accredited medio. Docu- 
ments are also still available on InfoConnection. To ac- 
cess, please dial 770-558-6000 from the handset of your 
fax machine and enter your 10-digit PIN. If you do not 
hove a PIN number, please call Pivotal Communications 
at 770-399-0096. 

Telephones 

A limited number of telephones ore available in the 
Cole Field House press room (calling cord or reversed 
charges required). Any additional telephone requests 
should be directed to Gory Parker, Asst. Director of Op- 
erations and Facilities, at 301-314-7127. List Kevin Mes- 
senger as the contact for all installations. 

Terrapin Fan Phone 

Information on Maryland athletics, including actu- 
alities with head coach Gory Williams, can be obtained 
by calling the Terrapin Fonphone at 301-314-8377. 

Weekly Teleconference 

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

Each coach will be available to furnish comments and 
take questions for 10 minutes beginning with Wake Forest 
head coach Dave Odom and continuing in alphabetical or- 
derbyschooL Gary Williams is available from 11:40-11:50. 

The weekly press conference can be accessed by 
calling (913) 981-5507. Please contact Brian Morrison 
of the ACC Office at (336) 851-6062 for further infor- 
mation. 

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



Cettinc To Cole Field House 



From BalKmore and North: Interstate 95 south to Exit 
25, College Pork/US, Route 1 South. After approxi- 
mately one mile take o right hand exit off of U.S. 1 
onto Maryland Route 193 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: In- 

terstote 195 West to Interstate 95 South. Travel to exit 
25 and follow the above directions to Cole Field House. 

From Reagan 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 (Greenbell Road) and follow 
straight for three miles to Stadium Drive. 

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

From Dulles International Airport (and west): Dulles Toll 
Road to 1-495 West. Take 495 West (Washington 
Beltway) for approximately 25 minutes to exit 25B. 
Take the above directions to Cole Field House. 



Staying In College Park 


Hotels 

Inn & Conference Center 

Greenbelt Marriott 

Best Western Maryland Inn 


301-985-7310 

301-441-3700 

301-474-2800 

301-982-7000 




301-345-6700 




301-441-8110 


Courtyard by Marriott 

Comfort Inn 

Quality Inn 

Days Inn 


301-441-3311 

301-441-8110 

301-864-5820 

301-345-5000 


Calverton Holiday Inn 

Restaurants 

R.J. Bentley's 

94th Aero Squadron 

Applebee's 


301-474-0894 

301-277-8898 

301-699-9400 

301-927-8787 


Bennigan's 


301-982-9780 


China Buffet 

Chef's Secret 

Ledo's 


301-982-6600 

301-345-6101 

.301-422-8622 


New York Deli 


301-345-0366 


Santa Fe Cafe 

Sir Walter Raleigh Inns 


301-779-1345 

. 301-474-6500 


TGI Friday's 

Local Taxi Cabs 


301-345-2503 

301-270-2221 


Blue Bird & Yellow Cob Co 


301-864-7700 





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# I Byron Mouton 

Guard/Forward • 6^ • 215 

Junior • Transfer 

Rayne, La. 



#3 Juan Dixon 

Guard • 6-3 • 1 64 

Junior • 2 Letters 

Baltimore, Md. 



#1 Earl Badu 

Guord • 6-0 • 1 60 
Junior • Squad 
Baltimore, Md. 



# I i Calvin McCall # I 2 Drew Nicholas 

Guard • 6-3 • 200 Guard • 6-3 • 1 60 

Sophomore • 1 Letter Sophomore • 1 Letter 



Miami, Fla. 



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It I 5 Danny Miller #2 I LaRon Cephas 

Guard • 6-8 • 220 Forward • 6-7 • 217 

Junior • 2 Letters Senior • 3 Letters 

Mt. Holly, NJ. Wilmington, Del. 



#25 Steve Blake 

Guard • 6-3 • 160 

Sophomore • 1 Letter 

Miami Lakes, Flo. 



#33 Mike Mardesich #35 Lonny Baxter 

Center/Forward • 7-0 • 244 Forward/Center • 6-8 • 260 
Senior • 3 Letters Junior • 2 Letters 

Boston, Moss. Silver Spring, Md. 








#<I0 Matt Slaninka #44 Terence Morris 

Center • 7-A • 257 Forward • 6-9 • 221 

Freshman Senior • 3 Letters 

Hyottsville, Md. Frederick, Md. 



#45 Tahj Holden 

Forward • 6-10 • 247 

Sophomore • 1 Letter 

Little Silver, NJ. 



#54 Chris Wilcox 

Forward/Center* 6-10 • 210 

Freshman 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Gary Williams 

Head Coach 

1 2th Year At Maryland 

Maryland '68 



Assistant Coaches and Support Staff 







Billy Hahn Dave Dickerson 

Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach 

1 2th Yeor At Mo^lond 5th Year At Maryland 

Maryland '75 Maryland '89 



Jimmy Patsos Troy Wainwricht J.J. Bush 

AssistonI Coach D!r., Basketball Operations Trainer 

1 0th Year At Maryland 5th Year At Maryland 29th Year At Maryland 
Catholic '89 Maryland '90 Florida State '69 



John Bowie Kurtis Shultz 

Equipment Monoger Strength & Conditioning 
1 2th Year At Maryland 2nd Year At Marylond 



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Houston Roctets 

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