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Two-time Naismith and Wooden Award 
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2001 NCAA West Region Most 
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Two-time AII-ACC selection ^,,^^ 

Double-double efforts in 
five of Maryland's lasy '^ 
seven NCAA Tournament ^^ 
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USA Basketball's 
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Two-time Naismith and 
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,^^_^^*»-^ THIS IS MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

T R=„F -r - -I . 2001-02 Schedule 1 

Comcast Center 6 

_,^_____ Gary Williams Datebook 8 

lt^^jlBD.BHil5TiBI ^'~ I i PoweroftheACC 12 

" ' Maryland and the Nation's Media Capital 14 

Someplace Special 16 

„ ___ _ Gameday at Cole Field House 20 

Ib-'^^^ H— -^ TERRAPIN TRADITIONS 

' Maryland Basketball and Arena History 22 

JS'^y jl''"'"^^ Cole field House By The Numbers.. 26 

,^-- , ^ 2001-OZ SEASON PRtVltW 

t^ Y*^ " ' g" % Roster Information 28 

""" "^ Season Preview 30 

, ■^•■■■ii - - Preseason Notebook and Honors 33 

' A liJn ,k-r ^ fOACHING STAFF 

' ^P ^^^^ijPrM^^^— ^ Head Coach Gary Williams 36 

^ ^ 1^ ^nnXrmranii Assistant Coaches 44 

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^- ~™^ TERRAPIN PROFILES 

Lonny Baxter 54 

Steve Blake 57 

Juan Dixon 

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Byron Mouton 66 

MiHk Drew Nicholas 69 

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H^'f'Vj^P" Earl Badu 74 

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i!ifi\5i^5| Andre Collins 77 

Mike Grinnon 78 

RyanRandle 79 

2001-02 OPPONENTS 

Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic 

BB&T Classic 

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Delaware State, Detroit 

Duke, Florida 



Flonda State George Washington 87 

Georgia Tech Illinois 88 

Monmouth Norfolk State 89 

North Carolina NC State 90 

Oklahoma Princeton 91 

Temple Virginia 92 

Wake Forest William & Mary 93 

ACC Composite Schedule 94 ^ 

2002 NCAA and ACC Tournament Brackets 96 

2000-01 SEASON REVIEW 

Year in Review Notebook 

2000 01 Final Results Attendance Lineups 100 

2000 01 Final Statistics 101 

Team Game by Game Statistics 102 

Team & Individual Superlatives 103 

Game Recaps 104 

ACC Standings, Statistics andHonors 113 



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The 2001-02 University of Maryland Men's Basketball Media 
Guide was published by the Maryland athletic media relations 
office w/ith the intent to serve all media and follow/ers of 
Terrapin basketball. Additional copies may be purchased for 
$15. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and handling. 

The guide was written and edited by Kevin Messenger,asso- 
ciate media relations director. Layout and design by Jason Yellin, 
publications coordinator and assistant media relations director. 
Editorial assistance by Dave Haglund, associate athletics director 
for media relations. 

Research and compilation assistance by Jason Baum, Alan 
Brody, Doug Drabik, Brandon Fastman, Mark Fratto, Cadi Harris, 
Chense Rhynes, Meredith Traber and Andy Wamer. 

Photography by Kevin Allen, David Buchanan/ Diamondback, 

p Christianson.John Consoli,John Cordes,Lisa Helfert, Mitchell 




Layton, Mason Levinson/Bloomberg News, Doug Pensinger, 
Bruce L.Schwartzman, Devin Shieh,John Strohsacker, Bill Welch 
and NBA Properties. Cover photos courtesy of Buchanan, Cordes, 
Helfert, Layton.and Pensinger. Cover design by John Schaffhauser. 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its 
thanks to all ACC and opponent sports information offices 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 Messenger. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution 
with respect to both education and employment. The university 
does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex or 
handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment 
in, its programs and activities as required by federal (Title VI,Title 



IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries regard- 
ing compliance with Title Vi of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as 
amended. Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, Section 
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal require- 
ments should be directed to the Office of Human Relations, 1 107 
Hombake Library University of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; 
telephone — 301-405-2838.lnguiries 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, 
University of Maryland, College 
Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 
301-314-7862 (voice) or 
301-314-7683 (TTY). 




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THE RECORD BOOK 

Year by Year Finishes 116 

Coaciiing History.Arena History 117 

Maryland History in the Polls 118 

Individual Records 119 

Individual Leaders 120 

Class Records 125 

Annual Statistical Leaders 127 

Team Records 129 

Maryland Year by Year Statistics 133 

Opponent Year by Year Statistics 134 

Year by Year Results 135 

Series Results 141 

Series Records 146 

Regular Season Tournament History 147 

Postseason Tournament History 148 

NCAA Tournament Records 149 

HONORS AND HISTORY 

Teams of Tradition 154 

All-Americans 160 

Award Winners 164 

All-Time Roster 166 

Career Statistics Since 1953-54 168 

Terps in the NBA 171 

Terps in the NBA Draft 174 

UNIVERSITY f, ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 

University of Maryland 176 

Schools and Colleges 178 

Distinguished Alumni 180 

President CD. Mote, Jr. 181 

Athletics Director Deborah A.Yow 182 

Athletics Administration 183 

Academic Support & Career Development 186 

Sports Medicine 189 

Strength And Conditioning 190 

Terrapin Club 191 

Major Gifts Fundraisingjhe M Club 192 

Athletics Staff and Coaches Directory 193 

Terps On The Air 196 

Media Information 197 

TV/Radio Chart 200 

(OU nay OUS[ DEDICATION 

In December 1955, Maryland's new arena was regarded as the finest athletics facil- 
ity on the East Coast. Evidence of that claim rests in its history as the site of eight 
NCAA Regionals and two Final Fours.The host of a historic national championship 
game in 1966 and another in 1970, Cole Field House bears distinction as the nation's 
only on-campus facility to host more than one NCAA Final Four tournament. 

In 2001-02, the Maryland Terrapins will conduct their 47th and final season at the 
fabled arena, where a compact bowl of 14,500 seats has provided a booming and bois- 
terous backdrop to nearly a half-century of some of the finest college basketball in the 
country Since 1994, Cole Field House has been the scene for eight consecutive seasons 
of sellout crowds, as the Terrapins have risen among the country's most elite programs. 
The William R Cole Jr Student Activities Building, as it is formally known, has 
become a fixture for campus and community events,and has touched nearly every life 
that has ventured through the University's College Park campus since 1955. 

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As a sports venue, Cole has been home to a dozen men's basketball All-Amencans and 
host to some of the greatest teams and games in college basketball history. When col- 
lege basketball was achieving its most expansive grovi/th, from the late 1950s to the 
1 970s, there was but one gymnasium on the East Coast that sat as many as 1 2,000 fans. 

There was not a bad seat on Dec. 2, 1955 when it was dedicated during a win against 
Virginia, and there is not a better place to watch a game today 

On the horizon, though.is another building to retake Maryland's place as having the 
finest and most modern facility in the country. The Comcast Center will open its doors 
for the 2002-03 athletic season less than one mile from Cole Field House. 

In an effort to honor its past while looking ahead to its future at the more spacious 
Comcast Center, the Terrapin basketball staff dedicates its 2001-02 media guide to the 
memories and traditions of 46 past seasons at Cole. 



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Gary Williams and the Terps have established the current 
era as the best in Maryland history. The Terps' 78 wins since the 1999 
campaign reflect their best three-year stretch in history. The best four- 
year stretch is their 99 wins since 1998. The best five-year stretch is 
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ARENA FEATURES: 1 

Academic Support and Career Development Center for Student-Athletes 
(7,000 square feet) 

Weight Training and Conditioning Area ^^ ^^ ; 

I Wrestling Practice Gymnasium ^ 

Locker Facilities for Several Sports 

Equipment Distribution Area 

Sports Medicine/Training Area 

Auxiliary Gymnasium for Practice and Competition 

Coaches' Offices 

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been back at Maryland. I'm proud of our progress, proud of 
our staff, and extremely thankful 
to all those who have helped in 
putting this project together. 
I'm so anxious to get into this 
building, hopefully next August, 
that I won't mind having to move 
things out of my desk that have 
been there for 13 years!" 



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tth head coach. He becomes only the 
> second former Terp player to be named head 
coach. 



MOV. 25, 1 989 — Defeated Delaware State, .4 

87-53, in his first game as head coach. * ji 

DEC. 24, 1989 — Defeated Sacramento ^ 

State, 98-68, to complete a three-game -?'| 

tournament sweep and claim the j 

championship oftheChaminade Christmas 1 
Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii. ^ J 

JAN. 4, 1990 — Defeated Wake Forest, 88- '^ 

82, in his first career ACC game as Maryland's 5^ 

head coach. 3 

JAN. 10, 1990 — Defeated North Carolina, •*>«% 

98-88, to gain his first victory over a ranked ,' 

team as Maryland's head coach. ' ; 

MARCH 1 5, 1 990 — Defeated ' j| 

Massachusetts, 91-81, in the first round of ;| 

the National Invitation Tournament at Cole J 

Field House.Williams is the first Maryland M 
coach to take a team to the postseason in his 
inaugural season. 



DEC. 29, 1990 — Guided the Terps to 

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

MARCH 2, 1991 — Closed his second 
season with a 16-12 overall record, 
making him only the second head 
coach in school history to record 
winning seasons in each of his first 
two years. 



MARCH 1, 1992 — Defeated No. 10 North 
Carolina, 82-80, at Cole Field House. 

JUNE 24, 1992 — All-American Walt ' 

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



JAN. 19, 1993 — Defeated No. 12 Oklahoma, ">% J ^., 
89-78, at Baltimore Arena. _^ '•• ' 



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NOV. 26, 1993 — Defeated No. 1 5 Georgetown 

in overtime, 84-83, at USAir Arena. 1 

•JAN. 17, 1994 — Rani(ed No. 25 in the 

weekly Associated Press poll. It marked the 

first time since 1985 that Maryland was 

represented in the weekly poll by national 

writers and broadcasters. 
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 game 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 Sixteen for the first time 

since 1985. 



" NOV. 7,1994 — Signed a seven-year 
, contract extension. 

i' • DEC. 26, 1 994 — Ranked No. 9 in the weekly 
Associated Press Poll. It marked the first time 
the Terps had been ranked in the top 10 
? since the 1984 season. 

JAN. 22, 1995 — Defeated NC State, 84-67, 

to gain his 300th career coaching victory. 
FEB. 7, 1995 — Defeated No. 1 North 
I ' ; Carolina, 86-73, for his first win as 

Maryland's coach over the nation's top- 
ranked team. 
, :■ MARCH 12, 1995 — Maryland named to 
- , NCAA Tournament for second consecutive 
season, earning a No. 3 seed in the West 
Region. 
rV ' -MARCH 13, 1995 — Ranked No. 10 in the final 

l •* Associated Press Poll. It is the first time since 

the final poll of 1980 that the Terps are ranked 
within the top 10. 
••■•■• MARCH 18, 1995 — Defeated Texas, 82-68, 
to advance to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 
Sixteen for the second consecutive season, 
. . the program's first back-to-back regional 
'm#^- '£ » semifinal appearances since 1984 and 1985. 



•JUNE 28, 1995 — National Playerof the Year 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 
overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in Toronto. 
MARCH 11, 1996 — Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive 
season, earning No. 7 seed in the West 
Region. 



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" ■ ~!?k 9, 1 997 — Maryland-named to the 

&? Tournament for the fourth 
isecutive season, earning No. 5 seed in 
the Midwest Region. 



JAN. 14, 1998 — Defeated No. 1 North 

Carolina in OT, 89-83, for his second victory 

over a top-ranl<ed opponent. 
MARCH 1, 1998 — Named Atlantic 

Conference Coach of the Year by ACC 

Athlete Magazine. 
MARCH 8, 1998 — Maryland named to the 

NCAA Tournament for a school-record fifth 

consecutive season, earning No. 4 seed in 

the West Region. 
MARCH 14, 1998 — Defeated No. 22 

Illinois to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of 

the NCAA Tournament for the third time in 

five years. 



NOV. 28, 1998 — Defeated Pittsburgh, 
87-52, to win the prestigious Puerto Rico 
Shootout. 

MARCH 7, 1999 — Maryland named to the • . . 
NCAA Tournament for the sixth consecutive 
season.TheTerps'No.2 seed in the South 
Region matches its highest NCAA Tournament 
seed in history. 

MARCH 13, 1999 — Defeated Creighton, 
75-63, to advance to the regional *' 

semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for th _ 
fourth time in six years. ...... 

JUNE JO, 1999 — Second-team All- 
American Steve Francis selected in the first 
round (2nd pick overall) of the 1999 NBA 
Draft. Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit v^ 
selected in the second roi 





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sss^^ .fl7, 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' 18-game win streak which was 
then the longest in the country. The win 
also ended Duke's 46-game win streak at 
[ Cameron,andanACC-record31-game 
I regular season conference win streak. ■ 

j MARCH 1,2000 — Maryland defeats 
• Florida State 85-70 to stretch its ACC win 

t' streak to nine games and establish a new 
! Terrapin record. 
*T--- MARCH 12, 2000 — Maryland plays in its 
first ACC Tournament final since 1984,and 
■ "i is named a No. 3 seed in the NCAA 
: '^ Midwest Region to set a new school mark 

with its seventh consecutive bid to the 
jv NCAA Tournament. 










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^.-^ * • -^/t NOV. 6, 2000 — Maryland earns its 

"^' " r>* highest preseason ranlcing ever under Gary 
^. Williams, No. 5 by the Associated Press. 
' FEB. 27, 2001 — Terps avenge a bitter 
home loss with a 91 -80 road w'm at Duke. 
MARCH 3, 2001 — Regular season 
concludes w/ith a 35-point home w/in over 
rival Virginia, the largest win in series 
l"?'" history. 

/ MARCH 1 1 , 2001 — Maryland earns its 

eighth consecutive bid to the NCAA 
^ Tournament, a No. 3 seed in the West 
I * Region. 

MARCH 22, 2001 — A 76-66 win over 
Georgetown sends Maryland to the Elite 
\^ Eight for the first time since 1975. 
^ •/ • • •• MARCH 24, 2001 — An 87-73 win over 
\„ top-seeded Stanford catapults Maryland to 
J'l a West Region title and the Terps' first 
/^ ^ Final Four. Lonny Baxter is named the 
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^ - ^ *_ APRIL 4, 2001 — The USA Today/ESPN 

, - national coaches poll ranks Maryland No. 4 

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AP POLL REFLEQS ACC STRENGTH 

Over the last four seasons, the ACC is the only conference in the nation to have each 
of its teams ranked at least once in the weekly Associated Press poll. 

AP RANKED TEAMS, 1998-01 

CONFERENCE TEAMS PCT. 

Atlantic Coast 9 of 9 1.000 

Southeastern 11 of 12 917 

Pacific-10 8 of 10 800 

Big East 9 of 14 643 

ACC teams ranked since 1998: Duke (74 of 74 polls), Maryland (66), North Carolina 
(66),Wake Forest (26),Virginia (19), Clemson (17), Florida State (8), Georgia Tech (2), 
NC State (2). 

ACC UNPRECEDENTED IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

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



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The ACC reached unprecedented success in the AP poll in 2000-01, with five different 

teams ranked in the Top 25 from start-to-finish: Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, 

Virginia and Wake Forest. 

The ACC has had at least three teams ranked in the final AP poll in 20 of the last 22 

years. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in the history ofthe NCAA Tournament.The 
nine current league teams have posted an NCAA Tournament mark of 286-1 50, for a 
winning percentage of .656. 

■ The ACC is the only Division I conference where each member institution has a 
winning record in NCAA Tournament competition. 

■ Since 1985, when the NCAA Tournament field was expanded to accommodate 64 
teams, the ACC is the only conference to have each of its schools reach at least 
one Sweet Sixteen. 

■ The ACC has had a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament a record 19 times. 

■ ACC teams have defeated a record 20 No. 1 seeds including Maryland's 87-73 
win over Stanford last season. 

■ Since 1 980, 22 of the 84 Final Four teams (26.2 percent) have come from the 
ACC.The ACC has been represented in 18 ofthe last 21 Final Fours. 

■ ACC teams have captured four of the last 1 1 NCAA titles and six ofthe last 20. 

■ The ACC has had at least two teams win a minimum of one NCAA Tournament 
game in 12 straight years, and in 16 ofthe last 17 NCAA Tournaments. 

■ The ACC has placed at least one team in a regional final for 22 consecutive years 
and 28 of the last 30 years. The ACC has twice had three teams in regional finals 
during the same year, and two teams 13 times. 

■ Since 1 985, ACC teams have accomplished the following in NCAA Tournament play: 

— Most NCAA Tournament victories (174) 

— Most wins against No. 1 seeds (15) 

— Most Sweet Sixteen appearances (49) 

— Most regional final appearances (28) 

— Most NCAA titles (4) 



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An all-time high 145 televised games involving Atlantic Coast Conference teams 
headline the league's 2001-02 men's basketball schedule. The schedule boasts a 
record-high 224 appearances by ACC teams and marks the seventh straight year 
that the league has had more than 200 television appearances. m- 

The ACC boasts an all-time high 116 appearances on national television networks in 
2001-02, including 38 appearances on ESPN, 33 on Fox Sports Net, 24 on ESPN2, 10 
on ABC and CBS and one on TBS. 

Seventy of the league's 72 regular season conference games this season, including 
46 on national television networks, are scheduled to be televised. 

For the first time, Fox Sports Net will televise 1 9 games on a national basis this 
season, on 14 consecutive Sundays starting on December 2. Maryland will appear 
times as a part of the Fox Sports Net package this season. 

Two of the regional sports networks headquartered in the ACC region - Fox Sports 
Net South and the Sunshine Network - will broadcast another 28 games, inclu 
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for over 116 national telecasts. Counting regional telecasts, a record 
224 ACC basketball games will be viewed on television this season. 

ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports broadcast from the 
'"aryland in 1979, has been a regular visitor to Cole 



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televised live, including 1 8 over national networks. ' 

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With its top-ranl(ed 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's business 
and engineering schools ranked among the nation's top 25 in their disciplines. In graduate rankings, 
the A. James Clark School of Engineering, the School of Public Affairs and the College of Education all 
ranked in the top 25. In addition, the Robert H. Smith School of Business undergraduate specialization 
in management information systems was listed seventh nationally. The College of Business also has 
been named one of the country's top business schools for entrepreneurs by Success magazine. 

High tech, engineering, and service industries thrive in proximity to the campus, offering a wide 
spectrum of internships, work-study opportunities and career choices for students. And, the campus is 
surrounded by the dynamic cultural opportunities that only a major metropolitan area can provide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland offers a wide range of educational and cultural opportunities. 
There truly is no better place to be than 
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WASHINGTON, D.C. 

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

BALTIMORE 

The 12th 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 tall 
ships, and the nearby Oriole Park at Camden Yards create an exciting, vibrant 
holiday atmosphere in a city that boasts one of the world's great sea ports. 

ANNAPOLIS 

The state capital of Maryland lies just 30 miles east of the University of Maryland. 
Long called the"sailing capital of the United States," Annapolis is located at the 
mouth of the Severn River on the Chesapeake Bay. The historic downtown area is 
known for its wonderful eating and shopping opportunities.There are few places in 
the world that rival the Chesapeake Bay area for its appealing qualities. 

(AMPUS 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 Mall 

National Zoo 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 

Supreme Court of the United States 

Union Station 

U.S.Capitol 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial 

Washington Monument 

Washington National Cathedral 

White House 



GAMEDAYat 





Cole Field House has 
become a loud and bois- 
terous arena filled to capaci- 
ty since Gary Williams took over as 
head coach for the 1989-90 season. The 

Terrapins boast one of the most active and enthusiastic crowds in the country, which has only 
helped carry the Maryland program within reach of a national championship. 

• Maryland has ranked in the Top 20 among national attendance leaders for four straight sea- 
sons. After averaging 13,377 fans and ranking 20th in the country in 1998, theTerps set a school 
record with a 14,474 average in 1999 while ranking 15th nationally. Last year, Maryland contin- 
ued to draw capacity numbers at Cole Field House, averaging 14,058 fans and ranking 18th. 

• Last season, the Terps also set a school record and ranked seventh nationally by playing in front 
of 528,916 fans overall. That figure was up from a No. 10 ranking when the Terps played before a 
record 503,648 fans in 1999-00. Maryland has eclipsed its own overall record in three straight 
seasons, and played before at least 400,000 fans in four consecutive seasons. 

• Maryland's school-record home attendance average in 1999 included 14 sellouts (all but one 
regular season game) and 15 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 combined to play at over 95 percent capacity at Cole Field House since the 1993- 
94 season. 

• Over 1.5 million people have come to Cole Field House in the last eight seasons 
(1 3,744 average in 1 1 5 games) as the Terps have forged the longest 
non-conference home winning streak in the nation 

(77 games). The Terps have a 99-16 record (86.1 
winning percentage) in the last eight sea- 
sons at home and were a perfect 1 6-0 in 
Cole during the 1994-95 season. 

• During Gary 
iams' tenure as 
head coach, the Terps 
have won at least 10 home 
games, 1 1 times in 1 2 seasons. 



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University of Maryland 
Terrapin Traditions 



Honoring Our Past and Celebrating Our Future 




COLE FIELD HOUSE 
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This commemorative print by Mary Uoliiday was commissioned 
by the Maryland athletics department to reflect the pride and 
continuing tradition of the Terrapins. 



INI^ISSECTION 

Maryland Basketball and Arena History 22 

Year-By-Year at Cole 24 

Cole Field House Highlights 25 

Cole Field House By The Numbers 26 







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Honoring Our Past and Celebrating Our Future 



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In 2001 -02, the University of Maryland celebrates its 47th and 
final basketball season at venerable Cole Field House. Cole 
has become a legend, both locally and nationally, and is re- 
garded as one of the landmark basketball arenas in the United States. 

Though just as Cole supplanted Ritchie Coliseum as the 
university's chief venue for indoor sports and other special events 
in 1955, Cole Field House will give way to the Comcast Center in 
the fall of 2002. 

Maryland has achieved a remarkable sports history through- 
out most of the 20th century, with Ail-Americans and champion- 
ships filling the halls of each of its three previous activities build- 
ings. As Maryland participates in its final season at Cole Field 
House, traditions are rekindled as the Terps honor their history 
from the old Gymnasium, to Ritchie, to Cole; and celebrate their 
future with next year's move to the Comcast Center. 

The Gymnasium (1923-31) 

Following aThanksgiving Day fire 
in 1 91 2 which destroyed several dor- 
mitories and campus buildings in- 
cluding its gym, varsity sports teams 
were without a home facility until 
"The Gymnasium" was constructed 
prior to the 1923-24 basketball sea- 
son. The court inside Annapolis Hall 
was later known as Ritchie Gymna- 
sium.and was home to Terrapin box- 
ing and basketball competitions for eight seasons, through 1930-31 when the Old Liners 
were the Southern Conference champions. 

Annapolis Hall was the home of the Terps' first All-America basketball player, Louis 
"Bosey" Berger, whose 1 9. 1 -point scoring average in 1 93 1 led the league.The Terps were 
1 0-2 on the Annapolis Hall hardwood in 1 931 .The Old Liners were unbeaten in 1 1 games 
at home in 1928. 

Ritchie Coliseum (1931-55) 

Dedicated on Jan. 20, 1932 during 
a varsity basketball game against 
Navy, Ritchie Coliseum was the origi- 
nal fieldhouse built on the Maryland 
campus. The 1,500-seat multi-pur- 
pose facility housed the Maryland 
basketball, boxing and wrestling 
teams during stints prior to its reno- 
vation in 1997. 

Ritchie was the home to Mary- 
land basketball for 24 seasons from 1931 -32 to 1 954-55, and helped usher theTerps into 
the modern era.Formerteam captain and later coach H. Burton Shipley guided theTerra- 






pins for the first 1 6 seasons at Ritchie, including a 1 932 squad which finished 9-1 for a 
share of the Southern Conference regular season championship. Ritchie was the Terps' 
first home for action in the Atlantic Coast Conference, which began in 1953-54. 

Comcast Center (Fall 2002) 

Maryland's new student activities 
building and home of Maryland Ath- 
letics will be complete in fall 2002. 
The Comcast Center will provide a 
seating capacity of 17,100 fans for 
basketball, and will serve as a cam- 
pus site for university special events 
and select community events. 

A 7,000-square-foot Academic 
Support Center will provide an en- 
hanced study atmosphere for the school's nearly-700 student-athletes on 25 teams,and 
an additional 1,500-seat gym will serve as home to theTerps' volleyball,gymnastics and 
wrestling teams. 

The new arena will be an excellent place for alumni and fans to enjoy their favorite 
sports and share their common Terrapin spirit. Visitors will learn about the men and 
women who have made Maryland Athletics great as they stroll through the dramatic 
Terrapin Walk of Fame and History. And the Terrapin Team Store, located just off the soar- 
ing three-level atrium lobby, will allow visitors to outfit their pride. Maryland will once 
again reclaim the status of having the best student activities center and athletics home 
in the country. 

Cole Field House (1955-2002) 

Its official name is the "William P. 
Cole Jr. Student Activities Building." 
That's the name that can be read on the 
structure that sits between the tennis 
courts and the university's student 
union, on the main thoroughfare of the 
campus of the University of Maryland, 
College Park. 

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

The building is Cole Field House, even though that description appears nowhere officially 

Only in a building like Cole, where history has routinely been made, can one feel the echo of 
tradition, and experience — even in an empty Cole — the electricity generated by buzzer- 
beaters and a thousand slam dunks. 

Simply put, Cole Field House has played a substantial role in college basketball history: 

• Cole remains the nation's only on-campus arena to play host to multiple Final Fours;. 

• Twice it has hosted the NCAA Final Four (1966 & 1970), and it has been the site for six 
NCAA regional tournaments.Twice it has hosted the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament; 

• Over the years as the Atlantic Coast Conference has grown in stature as the pre-eminent 
college basketball conference in the country. Cole has seen its share of memorable games and 
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• In 1965, Bill Bradley scored 41 points in the NCAA East Region championship game as 
Princeton topped Providence, 109-69. 

• Besides the all-black starting five of Texas Western taking the floor against Kentucky in 
the national championship game of 1966, Cole was also home to the first black basketball 
players in the ACC — Maryland's Billy Jones (1966-68) and Pete Johnson (1967-69). 

• Upstart Rich- 
mond upset No. 2 
seed Syracuse in the 
first round of the 
1991 NCAA tourna- 
ment, 73-69. 

• In 1975, Cole 
was the site of the 
first women's basket- 
ball game ever to be 
televised,andonJan. 
15, 1992, No. 3 Mary- 
land hosted No. 2 Vir- 
ginia in a women's 
basketball shootout 
before a sellout 

crowd of 14,500.The game still stands as the ACC atten- 
dance mark for a women's game. 

When college basketball was achieving its most ex- 
pansive growth, from the late 1 950s to the 1 970s, there 
was one gymnasium on the East Coast that sat as many 
as 1 2,000 fans.Cole Field House epitomized the new big- 
time, main-event status of college basketball, the sport 
of network television and emerging legends. 

There was not a bad seat on Dec. 2, 1 955 when it was 
dedicated in a game against Virginia, and there is not a 
better place to watch a game today. 

"It's one of the great places to watch a college basket- 
ball game," said current Maryland coach Gary Williams, 
who ought to know as well as anyone. Williams played at 
Cole for four years, then coached in a graduate capacity, 
and now has re- 
turned to begin his 
13th season as his 
alma mater's head 
coach. As a college 
junior, he attended 
the 1966 national 
title game and 
watched as a fan. 

Few buildings 
share the Cole mys- 
tigue, and few are- 
nas have proven 
guite so dangerous 
— for opposing 
teams, that is. Since 
backintheearly'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 an ungracious host during his tenure with an upset 




of then-No. 1 South Carolina in his second season in College Park. In 1979, the Terps came from 
behind in the final seconds to knock off top-ranked Notre Dame on national television in an- 
other memorable upset.This list goes on and on. UCLA in 1982, Virginia in '83, and Carolina in 
'95 and again in 1998. All were No. 1 when they arrived at Cole, but were knocked off by the 
Terrapins and the homecourt advantage the building and the fans afforded them. 

Though some of those victories might have been surprises, you could hardly 
call them flukes. The Terps have posted winning records in 40 of the 46 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 sea- 
son. Of course, most of those years, the Terps have done far better than just 
break even in College Park. In seasons under Williams since 1989-90, theTerps 
have won at least 1 games at home 1 1 times in his 1 2 seasons.Thanks to the 
heroics of All-America center Joe Smith, the Terps went undefeated at home 
1 6-0) during the 1 994-95 season, the third time in history that had happened. 
Overall, Maryland is 471-1 51 at Cole,including a 39-5 record at home over 
the past three seasons. 
Appropriately, the Terps opened their 1 955-56 season with a victory over 

neighboring rival Vir- 
ginia in the building's 
dedication game. A 
crowd of some 9,000 
came out to see what 
kind of field house 
could be built with 
$3.3 million in those 
days. In the building's 
early years, capacity 
was only about 
12,000, because there 
were no seats on the 
floor, below the rail- 
ings which ring the 
court. 

Nowadays, ca- 
pacity is listed as 
14,500, although that 
doesn't include the 96 
courtside seats in- 
stalled before the 
1993-94 season. The 
largest recorded crowd 
(15,827) was on hand for the Mary- 
land-North Carolina overtime thriller 
in 1972. But more than that may have 
witnessed the Virginia game in March 
of 1974, which marked the final home 
game for distinguished seniors Tom 
McMillen and Len Elmore. Every seat 
in the place was filled, and thousands 
more lined the concourse a couple of 
rows deep or simply sat in the aisles to 
witness the grand send-off. The fire 
marshal must have been on vacation. 
Or maybe he was there at the game. 
In the building's four decades, 
though, the 1966 NCAA championship 
game, which pitted Kentucky against underdog Texas Western (now Texas El Paso), is probably 
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which featured an all-black starting five, 
knocked off all-white Kentucky, the New 
YorkYankees of college basketball. The re- 
sult forced the southern colleges to recruit 
and sign black players, lest they lose their 
competitive advantage, and did away 
with segregation in the sport. 

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

Situated on the state's flagship univer- 
sity campus and an important part of the 
Baltimore-Washington area's sports 
landscape, the William P. Cole Jr. Student 
Activities Building — as it formally is known — has also 
served as the site for the state boys' basketball tournament. It 
bears distinction as the site of one of the biggest high school 
games ever played, when DeMatha High School from nearby 
Hyattsville played host to New York's Power Memorial and Lew 
Alcindor, now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 

Back in 1965, Morgan Wootten was gaining national at- 
tention for his winning program at DeMatha, just south of the 
Maryland campus along Route 1."To be the best," Wootten 
always 5aid,"you had to beat the best," which is why he sched- 
uled a game against Alcindor's Power Memorial of New York 
City. After practicing in the week leading up to the game 
against a defender holding a tennis racguet to approximate 
Alcindor's wingspan, DeMatha stunned Power with a 46-43 
victory. It was the only loss of the future Hall of Famer's high 
school career. 

For a time. Cole served as the site for the Capital Classic 
high school all-star basketball game each spring,and the Capi- 
tal Bullets, who later became the Washington Wizards,played 
their NBA games at Cole while waiting for the completion of 
the Capital Centre back in the early 1970s. 

In its time, Cole Field House has been much more than just 




another on-campus college basketball arena, hosting annual 
graduation ceremonies and other special events, concerts and 
campus gatherings for nearly a half-century. 

• It has been home to Maryland boxing, men's and women's 
basketball, gymnastics,indoortrack,swimming, volleyball and 
wrestling teams; 

• In 1972, the United States and the Peoples Republic of 
China staged a ping pong match before a packed house at 
Cole, in what was the first sporting event held between the 
two nations; 

• It has hosted U.S.presidents,and in September 1974,even 
Elvis; 

• NCAA wrestling championships were hosted at Cole in 
1960, 1972, 1978, 1987 and 1990; 

• The NCAA women's volleyball championship was con- 
ducted at Cole in 1990. 

It has touched the lives of most anyone on the Maryland 
campus since 1955. Ask any Terrapin fan or player though, and 
they'll probably agree, that its role as a basketball showplace 
is the role it has played best. 



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In cooperation with the Maryland athletics department, local 
sportswriters John McNamara and David Elfin have published 
a book entitled "Cole Classics!" which chronicles Maryland 
basketball's leading men and moments since Cole Field House 
was opened in 1955. 

The book may be purchased for $14.95 (includes shipping and 
handling). Phone orders may be placed with American Sports 
Media at 800-932-4557. Mail orders may be made by sending 
a check or money order to: 21st Century Online Publishing at 
R0.Box276,Waldorf,Md.20604. 




Year-By-Year At Cole 



Season 

1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 
1965-66 



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2 
1 
3 
2 
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6 
4 
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5,833 

8,592 

9,540 



1966-67 






8,249 


1967-68 






7,101 


1968-69 






6,650 


1969-70 






9,900 


1970-71 






12,056 


1971-72 






13,166 


1972-73 






13,294 


1973-74 






12,012 


1974-75 






13,427 


1975-76 






13,110 


1976-77 






12,645 


1977-78 






12,334 


1978-79 






11,196 


1979-80 






10,050 


1980-81 






12,132 


1981-82 






9,830 


1982-83 






10,144 


1983-84 






11,337 


1984-85 






12,458 


1985-86 


10 




11,447 


1986-87 


8 


8 


8,816 


1987-88 


8 


4 


12,127 


1988-89 


5 


9 


9,198 


1989-90 


12 




10,300 


1990-91 


11 




9,820 


1991-92 


10 




9,563 


1992-93 


8 




11,681 


1993-94 


10 




13,644 


1994-95 


16 




13,814 


1995-96 


11 




13,324 


1996-97 


11 




13,059 


1997-98 


12 




13,377 


1998-99 


13 




14,455 


1999-00 


15 




14,148 


2000-01 


11 




14,058 



Won Lost Pa. 

46Years 471 151 .757 




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end game pro- 
gram from the 
first game at 
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onDec.2,19S5. 



(OLEFIELD HOUSE 

Basketball Highlights 



I9SS 

Cole Field House dedicated at a cost of $3.3 
million. Maryland defeats Virginia, 67-55, 
on Dec. 2 in the first game in the new facil- 
ity. 

1958 

Cole is home to the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence champions and Maryland's first NCAA 
Tournament team. 

1966 

Cole plays host to the NCAA Final Four. In 
the semifinals, Kentucky defeats Duke and 
Texas Western (now Texas-El Paso) de- 
feats Utah. Texas Western then defeats 
Kentucky in one of the most historic 
championship games in history. 

1970 

Cole plays host to the NCAA Final Four for 
the second time. UCLA defeats Jackson- 
ville for the title as Sidney Wicks 
outduals Artis Gilmore. It was the fourth 
of UCLA's seven consecutive NCAA championships. 



1971 

Maryland defeats No. 2 South Carolina, 31-30, 
in one of the great "slow-down" games in the 
history of Cole. Leading only 4-3 at halftime, 
Maryland needed a lay-up from Jim O'Brien to 
tie the game with five seconds to go in regula- 
tion and an 1 1 -foot jumperfrom O'Brien to win 
the game with four seconds remaining in over- 
time. South Carolina had just one rebound at 
the end of regulation. 

1972 

Cole is home to the National Invitation Tour- 
nament champions - the Maryland Terrapins. 

The Cole Field House single-game attendance 

record of 15,287 was set as Maryland played 

host to North Carolina on Feb. 16. Maryland 

lost 79-77 in an overtime thriller. Maryland 

averaged 1 3,1 66 fans at each home game in 

L__— 1^ ., 1972, then, thethirdhighesttotalinschool 

LeftyDriesellmstheanhitectofMarylands ^.^^^^^^ 

greatteamsofthe70sand'80s. 




I[RPNOTE: 

Midnight Madness has become an annual event nationally and at Maryland ever since former 
coach Lefty Driesell created the scheme with his "Midnight Run "onOct.l5,l971.The Terps ' mile 
run was conducted under light from automobile headlights, around the Byrd Stadium field 



1979 

On Super Bowl Sunday, Larry Gibson sank a free throw with one second on the clock to boost the 
Terps past No. 1 Notre Dame,67-66,on Jan. 27,1979. Gibson scored 1 1 pointsthat day while Ernest 
Graham scored 28 and Buck Williams grabbed 15 rebounds. 

Greg Manning sinks an eight-foot jumperwith three seconds remaining in regulation to give Mary- 
land a 70-68 victory over No. 5 Duke on Feb. 1 7, 1 979. 

]98'i 

Cole is home to the ACC champion Maryland Terrapins. 

1991 

In the NCAA Eastern Regional first round, 15th-seeded Richmond defeats No. 2 seed Syracuse, 73- 
69, in one of the great upsets in NCAA Tournament history. It was only the second time in the 
history of the tournament that a No. 15 seed had defeated a No. 2 seed. 

1992 

Maryland defeats No. 10 North Carolina, 82-80, on a last-second tip-in by All-American Walt Will- 
iams. 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. 

I99<i 

Maryland defeats Virginia on March 5, 70-68, in front of a sellout crowd. Duane Simpkins is perfect 
from the free throw line (11-11) and Joe Smith scores 20 points and has 11 rebounds. The win 
clinches a fourth-place tie in the ACC regular season standings and virtually assures theTerps of an 
NCAA Tournament bid. 

1995 S 

Maryland defeats No. 1 North Carolina, 86-73, on Feb. 7, in front of a sellout crowd and a national 2 
television audience.Duane Simpkins and Johnny Rhodes score 21 points each and Joe Smith grabs q 
16 rebounds. The game features the Terps' Smith and North ^^^^^^ 

Carolina's Jerry Stackhouse and Rasheed Wallace, all three of "^^^^^^^M^^B ^ 
whom were selected in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft. 



1998 

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 beat No. 1 North Carolina in Cole Field House. 



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Maryland defeats Virginia 1 02-67 in the final game of the regular 

season to mark the most lopsided win ever, in the longtime series Gary Williams and the Terps 

against its ACC rival. One week later the Terps advance to their brought a Final Four banner to 

eighth straight NCAA Toumament berth and bring back to Col- Cole after last year's trip to the 

lege Park the first Final Four banner in school history. Final Four. 

In October, Cole is the site of a standing-room only crowd for Midnight Madness, to commemorate 
the Terps' Final Four run last March and tip off the upcoming season. 



1999 

Maryland sets a school-record with 28 wins on the season,and 
the Terps host a record 1 4,455 fans per game at Cole. Junior sen- 
sation Steve Francis is named an All-American before his selec- 
tion as the second pick in the NBA draft. 

2001 



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IKPNOTt; Cole Field House has been the site of five Maryland upsets over the nation's No I -ranked team. 



[0[[ FIELD WySEBY THE NUMBERS 



26 



Attendance Through The Years 



Home Games Only 






Total Season Games 






Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Avg. 


Season 


Games 


Attendance 


Avg. 


1963-64 


9 


52,500 


5,833 


1963-64 


26 


132,200 


5,084 


1964-65 


12 


103,100 


8,592 


1964-65 


26 


185,500 


7,135 


1965-66 


10 


95,400 


9,540 


1965-66 


25 


221,000 


8,840 


1966-67 


10 


82,490 


8,249 


1966-67 


25 


164,390 


6,576 


1967-68 


10 


70,100 


7,101 


1967-68 


24 


144,950 


6,040 


1968-69 


10 


66,500 


6,650 


1968-69 


26 


152,005 


5,746 


1959-70 


14 


138,600 


9,900 


1969-70 


26 


221,153 


8,506 


1970-71 


15 


180,842 


12,056 


1970-71 


26 


273,553 


10,521 


1971-72 


14 


184,323 


13,166 


1971-72 


32 


352,436 


11,014 


1972-73 


13 


172,828 


13,294 


1972-73 


30 


340,964 


11,365 


1973-74 


12 


144,149 


12,012 


1973-74 


28 


301,164 


10.756 


1974-75 


14 


187,971 


13,427 


1974-75 


29 


314,341 


10,839 


1975-76 


15 


196,656 


13,110 


1975-76 


28 


343,785 


12,278 


1976-77 


19 


240,254 


12,645 


1976-77 


27 


325,777 


12,066 


1977-78 


14 


172,673 


12,334 


1977-78 


28 


305,001 


10,893 


1978-79 


18 


201,536 


11,196 


1978-79 


30 


316,449 


10,548 


1979-80 


16 


160,815 


10,050 


1979-80 


31 


317,559 


10,242 


1980-81 


15 


196,978 


13,132 


1980-81 


31 


398,036 


12,840 


1981-82 


16 


157,275 


9,830 


1981-82 


29 


286,264 


9,871 


1982-83 


17 


172,445 


10,144 


1982-83 


30 


308,340 


10,278 


1983-84 


15 


170,060 


11,337 


1983-84 


32 


353,551 


11,048 


1984-85 


16 


199,335 


12,458 


1984-85 


37 


393,459 


10,634 


1985-86 


14 


160,267 


11,447 


1985-86 


33 


335,937 


10,180 


1986-87 


16 


130,975 


8,186 


1986-87 


26 


241,118 


9,274 


1987-88 


12 


145,525 


12,127 


1987-88 


31 


355,597 


11,471 


1988-89 


14 


128,773 


9,198 


1988-89 


29 


276,604 


9,538 


1989-90 


16 


164,806 


10,300 


1989-90 


33 


306,339 


9,293 


1990-91 


14 


137,476 


9,820 


1990-91 


28 


267,401 


9,550 


1991-92 


15 


143,444 


9,563 


1991-92 


29 


323,755 


11,164 


1992-93 


15 


175,217 


11,681 


1992-93 


28 


321,673 


11,488 


1993-94 


13 


177,376 


13,644 


1993-94 


30 


360,993 


12,033 


1994-95 


16 


221,020 


13,814 


1994-95 


34 


437,268 


12,861 


1995-96 


14 


186,553 


13,324 


1995-96 


30 


399,616 


13,321 


1996-97 


14 


182,832 


13,059 


1996-97 


32 


388,300 


12,134 


1997-98 


14 


187,272 


13,377 


1997-98 


32 


446,213 


13,944 


1998-99 


14 


202,365 


14,455 


1998-99 


34 


473,626 


13,930 


1999-00 


16 


226,369 


14,148 


1999-00 


35 


503,648 


14,390 


2000-01 


14 


196,809 


14,058 


2000-01 


36 


528,916 


14,692 



4 ttendance recordi prior to 1963 are incomplete 




Cole Field House Milestones 


Dedicated: 


December 2, 1955 




Capacity: 


14,500 (CourtsideSeats:96) 




First Game: 


December 2, 1955 




First Win: 


December 2, 1955 


Maryland 67, Virginia 55 


First Loss: 


December 15, 1955 


Kentucky 62, Maryland 61 


100th Game: 


December 18, 1964 


Maryland 82, Wake Forest 64 


200th Game: 


January 23, 1973 


Maryland lC0,Long Island 73 


300th Game: 


February 23, 1980 


Maryland 82, Virginia 71 


400th Game: 


January 10, 1987 


Virginia 71, Maryland 64 


500th Game: 


December 2, 1993 


Maryland 89, UMBO 80 


6D0th Game: 


February 2, 2000 


Maryland 91, Virginia 79 


100th Victory: 


February 25, 1970 


Maryland 83, West Virginia 76 


200th Victory: 


December 28, 1977 


Maryland 91, Western Kentucky 78 


300th Victory: 


November 23, 1985 


Maryland 84, Northeastern 72 


400th Victory: 


December 23, 1995 


Maryland 104, American 79 







NCAA Tournaments At Cole 

1962 Eastern Regional 

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

Villanova79,NewYorkUniv.76 
Championship: Wake Forest 79,Villanova 69 
Third Place: New York Univ. 94, St.Joseph's (Pa.) 85 

1963 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Duke 81 , New York Univ. 76 

St.Joseph's (Pa.) 97, West Virginia 88 
Championship: Duke 73, St.Joseph's (Pa.) 69 
Third Place: West Virginia 83, New York Univ. 73 

1965 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Princeton 66, North Carolina 48 

Providence 81, St.Joseph's (Pa.) 73 (OT) 
Championship: Princeton 1 09, Providence 69 
Third Place: North Carolina 83, St. Joseph's (Pa.) 81 

1966 Final Four 

National Semifinals: Kentucky 83, Duke 79 

Texas Western 85, Utah 78 
National Championship: Texas Western 85, Kentucky 65 
Third Place: Duke 79, Utah 77 

1967 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: North Carolina 78, Princeton 70 (OT) 

Boston College 63, St. John's 62 
Championship: North Carolina 96, Boston College 80 
Third Place: Princeton 78, St. John's 58 

1968 First Round 

First Round: Davidson 79, St.John's 70 
Columbia 83, La Salle 69 

1969 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: North Carolina 79, Duquesne 78 

Davidson 79, St.John's 69 
Championship: North Carolina 87, Davidson 85 
Third Place: Duquesne 75, St. John's 72 

1970 Final Four 

National Semifinals: Jacksonville 94, St. Bonaventure 83 

UCIA 93, New Mexico State 77 
National Championship: UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 
Third Place: New Mexico State 79, St. Bonaventure 73 

1977 Eastern Regional 

Semifinals: Kentucky 93, Virginia Military 78 

North Carolina 79, Notre Dame 77 
Championship: North Carolina 79, Kentucky 72 

1991 Eastern Regional 

First Round: Oklahoma State 67, New Mexico 54 

NC State 1 14, Southern Mississippi 85 

Temple 80, Purdue 63 

Richmond 73, Syracuse 69 
Second Round: Oklahoma State 73, NC State 64 

Temple 77, Richmond 64 



IffiPHOTt; Eight of Maryland's top nine season attendance figures iiave come in consecutive seasons since 1994. 




INIUISSECTION 

2001-02 Roster 28 

Squad Breakdown 29 

Season Preview 30 

Preseason Notebook 33 

Pre'.eawn Honors 34 




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2001-02 Alphabetical Roster 



No. Name 

4 Earl Badu 

35 Lonny Baxter 

25 Steve Blake 

10 Andre Collins 

3 Juan Dixon 

21 MikeGrinnon 

45 Tahj Holden 

5 Calvin McCall 

1 Byron Mouton 

12 Drew Nicholas 

33 RyanRandle 

54 Chris Wilcox 



Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

G 6-0 160 Sr.-lV Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 

F/C 6-8 260 Sr.-3V Silver Spring, Md.(Anacostia/Hargrave Military) 

G 6-3 160 Jr.-2V Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 

G 5-9 180 Fr.-HS Crisfield,Md.(Crisfield/Hargrave Military) 

G 6-3 164 Sr.-3V Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

F 6-6 195 Fr.-HS Huntington, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 

F 6-10 247 Jr.-2V Red Bank, N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 

G 6-3 200 Jr.-2V Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 

G/F 6-6 215 Sr.-lV Rayne,La.(Rayne/Tulane) 

G 6-3 160 Jr.-2V Hempstead,N.Y.(Long Island Lutheran) 

F/C 6-9 245 Jr.-JC Duncanville,Texas(Ouncanville/AlleganyCC) 

F/C 6-10 220 So.-lV Whiteville,N.C.(Enloe) 




2001-02 Numerical Roster 

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. O.-Exp. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 

1 Byron Mouton G/F 6-6 215 Sr.-lV Rayne,La.(Rayne/Tulane) 

3 Juan Dixon G 6-3 164 Sr.-3V Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

4 Earl Badu G 6-0 160 Sr.-lV Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 

5 Calvin McCall G 6-3 200 Jr.-2V Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 

10 Andre Collins G 5-9 180 Fr.-HS Crisfield,Md.(Crisfield/Hargrave Military) 

12 Drew/ Nicholas G 6-3 160 Jr.-2V Hempstead,N.Y.(Long Island Lutheran) 

21 MikeGrinnon F 6-6 195 Fr.-HS Huntington, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 

25 Steve Blake G 6-3 160 Jr.-2V Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 

33 RyanRandle F/C 6-9 245 Jr.-JC Duncanville,Texas(Duncanville/AlleganyCC) 

35 Lonny Baxter F/C 6-8 260 Sr.-3V Silver Spring, Md.(Anacostia/Hargrave Military) 

45 Tahj Holden F 6-10 247 Jr.-2V Red Bank,N.J.(Red Bank Regional) 

54 ChrisWilcox F/C 6-10 220 So.-lV Whiteville,N.C.(Enloe) 

Head Coach: Gary Williams (Maryland '68/1 3th season) 
Assistant Coach: Dave Dickerson (Maryland '89/6th season) 
Assistant Coach: Jimmy Patsos (Catholic '89/1 1th season) 
Assistant Coach: Matt Kovarik (Maryland '98/lst season) 
' Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainw/right (Maryland '90/6th season) 




ItRPMOTt: Maryland returns four starters from its 200 1 Final Four team: Lonny Baxter, Steve Blake, Juan Dixon and Byron Mouton. 




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Players Returning/Lost Terps By Height 



Letterwinners Returning (9) 



Name 

EarlBadu 
Lonny Baxter 
Steve Blake 
Juan Dixon 
Tahj Holder 
Calvin McCall 
Byron Mouton 
Drew Nicholas 
Chris Wilcox 



Letterwinners Lost Ci) 

No. Name 

21 LaRon Cephas 

33 Mike Mardesich 

15 Danny Miller 

44 Terence Morris 

Newcomers (3) 

No. Name 

10 Andre Collins 

21 MikeGrinnon 

33 RyanRandle 

Terps By (lass 

Freshmen (2) 

No. Name 

10 Andre Collins 
21 MikeGrinnon 

Sophomores (I) 

No. Name 

54 Chris Wilcox 

Juniors (5) 

No. Name 



Steve Blake 
Tahj Holden 
Calvin McCall 
Drew Nicholas 
Ryan Randle 



Seniors Ci) 

No. Name 

4 Earl Badu 

35 Lonny Baxter 

3 JuJn Dixon 

1 Byron Mouton 



Pos. 

G 
F/C 

G 

G 

F 

G 
G/F 

G 
F/C 



Pos. 

F 
C 
F 
F 



Pos. 

G 
F 
F/C 



Ht. 

6-0 
6-8 
6-3 
6-3 
6-10 
6-3 
6-6 
6-3 
6-10 



Wt. 

160 
260 
160 
164 
247 
200 
215 
160 
220 



Ht. Wt. 

6-7 217 

7-0 244 

6-8 220 

6-9 221 



Ht. Wt. 

5-9 180 

6-6 195 

6-9 245 



Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Fr. 


G 


5-9 


180 


Fr. 


F 


6-6 


195 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


So. 


F/C 


6-10 


220 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


160 


Jr. 


F 


6-10 


247 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


200 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


160 


Jr. 


F/C 


6-9 


245 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


160 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


164 


Sr. 


G/F 


6-6 


215 




7-0 
"6-11 
"6-10 

6-9 

6-8 
"6-7 
•6-6 
•6-5 

6-4 
•6-3 

6-2 
■6-1 
■6 

S-11 
•S-10 
■S-9 
■5-8 



Tahj Holden,Chris Wilcox 
Ryan Randle 
Lonny Baxter 

Byron Mouton, Michael Grinnon 



Steve Blakejuan Dixon, Calvin McCall, 
Drew Nicholas _ 



Earl Badu 



Andre Collins 



Terps By State 



Florida (2) 

25 Steve Blake 
5 Calvin McCall 



Jr. Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (Va.) Academy) 
Jr. Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 



Louisiana (I) 

1 Byron Mouton Sr. Rayne,La.(Rayne/Tulane) 



Maryland (<•) 

4 Earl Badu 

35 Lonny Baxter 

10 Andre Collins 

3 Juan Dixon 

New Jersey (I) 

45 Tahj Holden 

New York (2) 

21 MikeGrinnon 
12 Drew Nicholas 

North Carolina (I) 

54 Chris Wilcox 

Texas (I) 

33 Ryan Randle 



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

Sr. Silver Spring, Md. (Anacostia/Hargrave Military) 

Fr. Crisfield,Md.(Crisfield/Hargrave Military) 

Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 



Jr. Red Bank,N.J.(Red Bank Regional) 



Fr. Huntington, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 

Jr. Hempstead, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) 



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So. Whiteville,N.C.(Enloe) 



Jr. Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville/Allegany CC) 




I[|IPMOT£: All-America performers loriny Baxter and Juan Dixon both are Maryland natives. 



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Suffice to say, the 2000-01 University of Maryland men's 
basl(etball season was a great one: 25 wins for a third 
straight season, a trip to the first Final Four in school his- 
tory, a school-record eighth straight NCAA Tournament appear- 
ance and an eighth consecutive upper-division finish in the At- 
lantic Coast Conference. 

Simply stated, Maryland and 1 3th-year coach Gary Will- 
iams are poised for another run at the NCAA Final Four and a 
potential national championship. 

The Terrapins ended their 2001 run by winning 10 of their 
last 1 2 games, beating top-seeded Stanford for the NCAA West 
Region title and matching their highest postseason ranking in 
history. No. 4 by USA Today/ESPN. Momentum, hunger, senior 
leadership, versatility, balance and a remarkable work ethic by 
the team's brightest stars have this year's team perched with 
one, single goal — to win the first national championship in 
school history. 

Said Williams in the months following his school's first Fi- 
nal Four berth and looking ahead to next season,"Yes, I like our 
team. You never know for sure, but I think we've got the charac- 
ter that will allow us to get back to the Final Four and not affect 
our preparation for the upcoming season." 

Looming is a highly-anticipated 2002 sequel which fea- 
tures four returning starters, and seven of the team's top nine 
scorers.Thelerps boast what will widely be considered the most 
exciting backcourt in the country, paired with what last season 
was called the deepest and most balanced frontcourt in the na- 
tion. 

"To be able to have Chris Wilcox, Tahj Holden,and Drew 
Nicholas — who were key players in our drive to the Final Four 
last year — certainly gives us depth, with experience, that is 
important early in the year," said Williams. "The good thing 
about the newer players,and watching how they fit into things, 
is that there is no immediate need for our new guys to play great 
right away. The pressure is for them to get to a place where they 
can contribute to the team, but there is no demand like there 
was on a Steve Blake to come in and start when he was a fresh- 
man. It is good for our program that we are in that situation 
this year." 

The Terps seem to possess every ingredient necessary for 
another run late into March. But what might set Maryland apart 
from most teams with similar components isthe work ethicand 
fearless style of play typified by its most glowing stars. 

Together, Maryland's inside-outside tandem of Lonny 
Baxter and Juan Dixon may form the most hard-working and 
best thunder and lightning combo in the country: Baxter, the 
agile 6-8,260-pound center who bruises opponents to the tune 
of 15.6 points and 7.9 rebounds per game; and Dixon, whose 
expert timing and quickness on both ends of the floor have pro- 
duced record numbers in points and steals. 

Neither was touted by analysts as a prep Ail-American or 
future pro when they were evaluated by Terrapin coaches three 
years ago out of local high schools. However, both have now 
earned All-America billing and have pro careers in their futures. 

Baxter was the Most Outstanding Player at last year's NCAA 
. West Regional while dismantling Georgetown and Stanford 




with a combined 50 points and 20 rebounds in those two games. 
[Who said those teams were more physical than the Terps?] 
Dixon, a 3-point shooter and slasher, scored double figures in all 
but two games last season and had steals in all but one,en route 
to third team All-America honors. Baxter plays with thunder- 
ous authority around the basket; Dixon dazzles with lightning- 
quick speed all over the floor. Both are rated among the best at 
their positions. 



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Analysts profess each season that championships are won 
by teams with the best point guards.That, too, places Maryland 
among the elite, with one of the nation's most productive yet 
unheralded point guards guiding the Maryland attack. Already 
a two-year starter, junior Steve Blake enters his third college 
season well on his way to the Terrapin career record for assists, 
and within reach of the top assist-makers in ACC and NCAA his- 



tory (Hurley, Corciani, Cota are 1-2-3 on both lists). With two 
college seasons to play, Blake is on target to become just the 
fourth player ever to record 1 ,000 assists. Enough said. 

Quick, daring, crafty and steadily getting stronger, Blake 
has shown a knack for rising to the occasion. His best games 
last season were at Duke (1 1 assists, 1 1 points) and against Duke 
in the ACC Tournament (1 1 assists, eight rebounds). A late 3- 
pointer against the Blue Devils tied the score with 8.1 seconds 
remaining in the ACC semifinal. He repeatedly lifted the Terps 
with timely second-half scoring, including all 10 of his points in 
a pivotal road win at Wake Forest;and 10 straight points in the 
waning minutes of a narrow non-league win at Penn. 

What's more, Blake improved his scoring average through- 
out a sophomore season which culminated with averages of 6.9 
points and an ACC-leading 6.9 assists. He became the first Ter- 
rapin since John Lucas to lead the ACC in assists, and his 9.4- 
point average throughout the NCAA Tournament was third on 
the team. 



\WtSS\V Of 12 preseason polls sampled by Oct. IS, 10 picked the Terps among the top four teams in the country. 



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If it is Blal(e that makes theTerps go, it is returning senior 
and All-American Juan Dixon that mal(es them go higher and 
faster. And quicker. And longer 

Since his entry into the Maryland starting lineup two years 
ago as a sophomore, Dixon has wowed his critics, fans and col- 
lege basketball experts with his multitude of talents and con- 
stantly fearless play. He has led the Terps with an 18-point scor- 
ing average in each of the past two seasons and this year could 
become the only Maryland player besides Lucas ever to earn 
three consecutive first team AII-ACC citations. 

The explosive-scoring two guard has exceeded 30 points 
on five occasions in the last two years, and has routinely netted 
20 or more. 

College basketball analysts from across the country have 
tabbed Dixon as one of the most lethal scoring threats in the 
country. Difficult to defend and constantly challenging his op- 
ponents, Dixon scores with an array of 3-pointers,slashing jump- 
ers and penetration moves against bigger defenders.Also a deft 
passer and a scrappy cutter without the ball, Dixon is an all- 
the-time threat to produce scoring in one fashion or another. 

Oh,yeah, and he's the Terps'best perimeter defender,also. 
With each of his first team AII-ACC honors the past two years, 
Dixon has also racked ACC All-Defense honors as the league's 
leader in steals.Gifted with exceptional endurance and charac- 
terized by his relentless effort, Dixon attacks on both ends of 
the court like few others in the college game. 

In Dixon and Blake, few schools can boast such an all- 
around one-two punch on the perimeter. Maryland, though, is 
unlike most other schools in the nation. Backing both players is 
a third-year star who might start at most schools — junior 
Drew Nicholas. 

Nicholas was one of theTerps'unsung heroes during their 
run to the Final Four last season. A 6-3 guard whose natural 
skills place him most comfortably in a perimeter scoring role, 
Nicholas was asked by Maryland coaches to sharpen his skills as 
a ballhandler and learn the task of backing Blake at the point. 
With the addition of 6-6 shooting guard and swingman Byron 
Mouton to the lineup last season, Nicholas' successful transi- 
tion allowed Williams the flexibility to operate a four-guard ro- 
tation during which the Terrapins never missed a beat. 

Similar to Dixon in his 3-point shooting prowess and the 
ability to score off the drive, Nicholas frequently was Maryland's 
first or second player off the bench, aiding Blake and then spell- 
ing either Dixon or Mouton. The lanky performer averaged 6.6 
points and 2.4 assists while averaging over 16 minutes per game 
last season. He has not missed a game during his first two col- 
lege seasons, and he already is climbing among the school's 3- 
point leaders as he enters his junior campaign. 

And then there is freshman Andre Collins, the rookie of 
the Terps' guard rotation in 2001-02 who is hoped will provide 
additional quickness and a second pure point guard. The 5-9 
fireball boasted 15.6 points and eight assists per game at 
Hargrave Military Academy while helping his club to a 27-1 
record. In his final two seasons at Crisfield (Md.) High School, 
Collins averaged 29 and 30 points as a junior and senior, respec- 
tively. 

Completing theTerrapins'backcourt contingent are return- 
ers Earl Badu and Calvin McCali, both who saw limited ac- 
tion in 2001. 




Forward 



Versatility and the ability to create matchup problems may 
be the Terrapins' strong suit when it comes to its forward slots. 
Yes, Terence Morris has moved onto the NBA, but theTerps'stable 
of forwards returns ready to duplicate its depth of last season. 

Returning as a starter at one forward is Mouton, whose flair 
for the dramatic might be his most visible trait. But beyond his 
animation on the f)oor,the senior provides Maryland with an ath- 
letic, explosive scorer who slashes opposite Dixon and rebounds 
well on the offensive glass.Mouton shot a remarkable 50 percent 
from the floor last season, with most of his scoring coming on an 
array of leaning, off-balance jumpers.Two years aftertransferring 
from Tulane, Mouton bulled his way into the Terps' starting lineup 
after four games last season, and earned all-tournament honors 
at the BB&T Classic in his first two starts. 

Nicholas is versatile enough to play the 1, 2 or 3 spots on 
the floor, and freshman Mike Grinnon is expected to ease into 



his role as a perimeter shooting specialist. Both can fill shoot- 
ing roles from the"3" position in a small lineup, and spell Mou- 
ton during stretches, but it is at the power position where Mary- 
land is most versatile. 

Junior Tahj Holden and sophomore Chris Wilcox, both 
6-10 and athletic, will roam the interior alongside Lonny 
Baxter and JC transfer Ryan Randle to again give Maryland 
four athletic big men to patrol the paint. Both Holden and Wilcox 
can play the post, as well, and given varying lineups, any two or 
three of the big-man quartet may be on the floor at the same 
time. 

Holden is the most experienced of the power forwards, 
and joined Baxter and Dixon during summer 2001 while play- 
ing with Team USA at the World University Games. Holden also 
is a productive 3-point shooter, shooting nearly 50 percent out 
of 44 attempts over the last two seasons, making him a viable 
scoring threat both inside and out. After missing nine games to 
injury last season.Holden returned toaction in mid-Januaryand 



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immediately commanded a physical presence, prompting Will- 
iams' postgame comment,"He certainly makes us a little more 
nasty out there, doesn't he?" 

Holden scored in double figures in four games last season 
— 14 at home against Duke, 10 against the Devils in the ACC 
semifinals, 10 in the Sweet Sixteen against Georgetown and 14 
against Stanford in the West Region final. What's more, his career 
rebounding high (7) also came against Duke. He played his high- 
est quality minutes in Maryland's biggest games. 

Wilcox could be the most physically-gifted player on the 
Terrapins' roster. As a freshman, he averaged 8.6 minutes per 
game as he blended with a deep interior lineup, and frequently 
excited Cole Field House audiences with spectacular dunks.The 
task for Wilcox in 2001 -02 is to more sharply hone his skills at 
both ends of the floor, while earning increased minutes and 
working in and out of the lineup with Holden, or in the post. 






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In the post, Baxter is a difficult load to contain, on either 
end of the floor. Unheralded out of high school and undersized 
by most standards as a prototype center, he has steadily earned 
his position among the nation's best with a blue-collar, work- 
manlike approach. 

Against NCAA Tournament competition, Baxter has posted 
double-double efforts in five of his last seven games. He became 
the first player in Maryland history to earn merit as the MVP of an 
NCAA regional by mastering the supposedly "bigger and stron- 
ger" front lines of Georgetown and Stanford. He bulled his way to 
AII-ACC honors for a second straight season in 2001, and looks to 
join Dixon as a three-time AII-ACC recipient. 

Though thickly muscled and obviously physical, the big 
man possesses remarkably quick feet and still is able to ma- 
neuver past most larger opponents, scoring most of his points 
with an assortment of offensive moves under and around most 
taller defenders. 

Last season, Baxter was backed either by departed senior 
Mike Mardesich, or Holden or Wilcox. Holden and Wilcox both 
remain in a rotation at the "5" position, but Randle, built very 
similar to Baxter, will share the assignment. 

Randle led Duncanville (Texas) High School to a state 
championship before attending Allegany CC the last two sea- 
sons, and last year helped the Trojans to a runner-up finish at 
the National Junior College Championships. He was an all-con- 
ference pick and, at 6-9, can also shoot from outside, lending 
still more flexibility to Williams' lineup choices. 

Season & Schedule 

In the course of one season, very little has changed for 
the Terrapins. And yes, a lot has changed depending on one's 
perspective. Maryland returns almost its entire lineup intact 
from last year's national title contender, thus expecting the same 
shot at a title run in 2002. 

Preseason expectations were lofty last season also,with a 
No.5 AP preseason ranking, but oh, what a trip to the Final Four 
will do for credibility. 

Where last season the Terps were bidding to earn national 
respect by moving past the Sweet Sixteen, which had been a road- 
block in each of their last seven NCAA appearances, this year Mary- 
' land knows that it will be the target of every other hopeful, aim- 




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ing to knock off one of the previous season's final four. 

"When you do get to the Final Four," said Williams, "you 
are setting yourself up because every team you play the next 
year wants to beat a Final Four team. We have been in that role 
the past couple of seasons in our league.There is extra motiva- 
tion to play Maryland this year, so we have to make sure we 
understand that. On the other side of the coin, we are returning 
four starters that are very important players to us, which will 
give us an edge, especially early in the season by playing teams 
that lost more players.We have to take advantage of that edge." 

Maryland tips off the regular season as part of the Coaches 
vs. Cancer IKON Classic at Madison Square Garden, pitting itself 
against Arizona, Florida and Temple, all national contenders 
themselves. 

The schedule will get no easier for Maryland, which has 
annually seen its schedule ranked among the country's tough- 
est.Though theTerps boast the nation's longest non-conference 
homecourt win streak at 77 games, it will be tested early with a 



Nov.27 date against defending Big Ten champ Illinois.One week 
later, the Terps co-host the annual BB&T Classic including George 
Washington, first round foe Princeton and Connecticut. 

By the time the dust settles after the opening month of 
play, Maryland could well have faced four Top 20 teams. And 
that's before traveling to Oklahoma in mid-December and reach- 
ing a challenging ACC schedule, which last year featured weekly 
Top 20 contests with five schools nationally ranked all season. 

Maryland's history continues into the 2001-02 season, as 
it rides the momentum of one of its most prosperous stretches 
ever.The Gary Williams Era has produced more wins in the last 
five years than in any similar span of Terrapin history.The Terps 
boast a glorious past and are riding a glorious present. With the 
completion of its new Comcast Center arena just one season 
away and with continued hopes of returning to the Final Four, 
Maryland has visions of nothing but a glorious future. 



IfRPNOTt: Maryland defendi the nation's longest non-league homecourt win streak this season. The streak is at 77 games entering 2001-02. 




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Entering The Season — The Terrapins enter the 2001 -02 cam- 
paign a consensus Top 5 pick by national preview publications 
... One outlet, Collegelnsider.com, has picked Maryland as the 
No. 1 team in the country ... The vast majority of publications 
pick Maryland as the No.2,No.3 or No.4 team in preseason polls 
. . . Returning starters Lonny Baxterjuan Dixon and Steve Blake 
all have been selected among the top competitors at their re- 
spective positions in preview publications . . . Baxter and Dixon 
have each been selected for the second straight season as pre- 
season nominees for the Wooden and Naismith national player 
ofthe year awards ... 

USA Basketball Recap — Lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon both 
starred for USA Basketball in August at the 2001 World Univer- 
sity Games . . . they led the U.S. to a bronze medal, after falling 
to China in the semifinal round . . . Dixon led the club in points 
and steals, averaging 19.3 points and 3.0 steals per game . . . 
Dixon's 24 steals broke Allen Iverson's USA WUGs previous record 
of 20,in 1995 .. . Dixon led the U.S. with 24.3 minutes per game 
and shot 17-of-19 from the foul stripe ... his five 3F6s in the 
bronze medal game vs.Germany also set a U.S.single-game mark 
. . . Baxter was the team's leading rebounder with 6.3 per game, 
and he led the squad with a 69.8 percent shooting dip from the 
field ... He was second to Dixon in the scoring column with 1 5.0 
points per game, including a game-high 27 in the team's open- 
ing game against Iran ... 

ESPN College Sports Century 

— ESPN Classic is presenting a 
new sports feature series in 2001- 
02,focusing on college athletes . . . 
Twenty (20) features are being 
produced including a story on the 
Terps'Juan Dixon ... the Dixon 
feature as part of ESPN College 
Sports Century is scheduled to air in January . . . 

Coach of the Year — When Playboy Magazine unveils its 2001 - 
02 preseason All-America Team in November, it will announce 
Maryland coach Gary Williams as its selection as the 2001 Na- 
tional Coach of the Year ... It marks the fourth time that Will- 
iams has been recognized as at least a finalist for various na- 
tional coach of the year awards . . . 

Terps' Best Era — Gary Williams and the 2001 Terrapins have 
established the current era as the 
best in Maryland history ... The 
Terps' 78 wins since the 1999 
campaign (28-6, 25-10, 25-10) is 
the best three-year stretch in his- 
tory ... Maryland has won 99 
gamesfrom 1998 to2001 (21-11, 
28-6,25-10, 25-10) to establish 
the best four-year stretch in his- 
tory . . . With the West Region championship win over Stanford, 
the Terps established the best five-year stretch in Maryland 
history, winning 120 games since 1997 (21-11,21-11, 28-6, 
25-10,25-10)... 





Consistency And Excellence — Maryland is the only school 
in the nation that has achieved each of the following: |1] ap- 
peared in each ofthe last eight NCAATournaments, [2] advanced 
to at least five Sweet 1 6s during that span, and |3J won at least 
25 games over each ofthe past three seasons . . . 

25 Wins In Three, 20 Wins In Five — For the first time in 
Maryland history, the Terrapins have won at least 25 games in 
three consecutive seasons ... the three-year streak is matched 
by just five other schools in the country (Duke, Michigan State, 
Stanford, Cincinnati and Gonzaga) ... The Terps also have won 
at least 20 games in five straight seasons, matching the best pre- 
vious run in school history, from 1972-75 ... 

Consecutive Appearances And Sweet Sixteens — Mary- 
land is one of just nine schools to earn bids in each of the last 
eight NCAA Tournaments (Arizona, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, 
Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Temple and UCLA) ... The 
Terps are also one of just seven schools to reach the Sweet Six- 
teen five times since 1994 (Arizona, Connecticut, Duke, Kansas, 
Kentucky, Maryland, UCLA)... 

Williams Is One Of Four — Maryland coach Gary Williams is 
one of just four coaches who not only boast an active streak of 
eight consecutive NCAA Tournaments, but who also have ad- 
vanced to at least five Sweet Sixteen appearances during those 
five years ... The others are Lute Olson, Tubby Smith and Roy 
Williams . . . Olson, Smith and Gary Williams are the only three 
to reach the Final Four during that period . . . 

Williams And Winningest Milestones — Gary Wiliams is 1 3- 
8 in NCAA Tournament games while at Maryland, surpassing 
Lefty Driesell as the winningest in Maryland history . . . Overall, 
Williams is one win from tying his own Maryland coach. Bud 
Millikan, as the second-winningest coach in Terp history . . . 
Millikan retired following the 1957 season with 243 wins . . . 
Williams currently boasts 242 wins in 12 years at Maryland . . . 
Williams is also one win from earning the 450th of his 24-year 
head coaching career . . . Williams also is just one ACC victory 
from becoming the 1 0th ACC coach in history, and just the sec- 
ond from Maryland, to reach 1 00 regular season conference wins 
. . . Counting ACC regular season wins, Williams is on target for 
2002 to pass such ACC coaching legends as Norm Sloan (103) 
and Vic Bubas (106) ... He enters the 2001-02 season as the 
eighth-winningest coach in ACC history, overall . . . 

Nation's Longest Streak — Maryland owns the nation's long- 
est non-conference homecourt win streak which spans 77 games 
and more than 11 years ... The Terps' last non-league home 
defeat was Dec. 12, 1989 vs.Coppin State ... The streak began 
on Dec. 30, 1 989 against Alcorn State . . . The Terps' most recent 
win in the streak was a 68-60 win over No. 1 5 Oklahoma on Feb. 
24 of last season ... The streak will be tested early again in 2001 - 
02, with a Nov. 27 date looming with Illinois as part of the ACC/ 
Big Ten Challenge... 




Dixon Three-Timer And Theft Leader — Senior guard Juan 
Dixon can become the first Terrapin since John Lucas to earn first 
team AII-ACC citations in three consecutive seasons . . . Lucas 
won the award in 1 974, 1975, 1975 ... He also can match Lucas 
by becoming the only other player to lead Maryland in scoring 
in three consecutive seasons . . . Dixon also can become the third 
player in league history to lead the circuit in steals in three 
straight seasons, matching Wake Forest's Tyrone Bogues and NC 
State's Chris Corchiani . . . Dixon has led the league with 2.7 and 
2.5 steals as a sophomore and junior, respectively . . . Dixon 
helped Maryland become the first school ever to boast the ACC 
steals leader in four straight seasons . . . Overall, Maryland has 
claimed the ACC steals leader in seven ofthe last eight years . . . 
Dixon enters his final year at ninth in ACC history, 103 steals shy 
of Maryland and league record-holder Johnny Rhodes' 344 .. . 

Blake's Assists — Speaking of the first time since Lucas, junior 
point guard Steve Blake led the ACC in assists last season to be- 
come the first Maryland player to do 
so since Lucas ... Blake, mean- 
while, is on pace to challenge the 
ACC's and the NCAA's best assist- 
makers of all-time . . . With 465 as- 
sists through two seasons and a 
school-record 248 in 2001, Blake is 
on pace to move among the top five 
in ACC history, and perhaps just the 
fourth to reach 1,000 for a career ... The only other three to 
reach 1 ,000, Duke's Bobby Hurley, NC State's Corchiani and North 
Carolina's Ed Cota, currently 1 -2-3 in the NCAA record book, also 
. . . Blake needs just 185 assists to surpass Keith Gatlin as the 
Maryland career assists leader . . . Blake is on pace to challenge 
distinction as the first player in Div. I history to boast 1 ,000 points 
and 1,000 assists... 

Baxter, Elmore And 1 ,500/1 ,000 — Lonny Baxter enters his 
senior season with 710 career rebounds, currently 13th on the 
Terps'all-time list . . . With 308 and 286 in his past two seasons, 
he has his sights set on becoming the only Maryland player be- 
sides Len Elmore to eclipse 1,000 rebounds in a career ... He 
should also become the first Terrapin everto eclipse 1,500 points 
and 1,000 rebounds ... He capped his junior season by earning 
the first NCAA Regional MVP honor in Maryland history . . . 

Player Miscellany — Juan Dixon can surpass graduated co- 
captain Mike Mardesich with the most games and victories in a 
Maryland career ... He needs 33 games and 22 wins to set new 
records . . . Dixon begins 2001-02 1 3th on the Terps' career scor- 
ing chart, followed by Baxter in 19th . . . Maryland begins the 
2001-02 season with three 1,000-point scorers on the roster: 
Dixon (l,534),Baxter (1,325) and Byron Mouton (1,072)... It is 
the first time that a Maryland team has ever begun the season 
with that claim ... The Terps also could place three players over 
100 career 3-point FGs this season, with Dixon already at 147 
and within reach ofthe school record, Steve Blake at 74 and Drew I 
Nicholas at 65... I 



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Terps One of Nation's Top Preseason Favorites 

Among 12 preseason polls surveyed through Oct. 15, Maryland isa consensusTop 5 selection, earning a No. 1 selection by 
(.o\kqe\n<,\iis.com. 

A listing follows: Collegelnsider.com (1 ), Dick Vitaie's College Basketball (2), ESPN.com (2), ACC Basketball Handbook (3), 
Basketball News (3), fOXSports.com (3), Undy's (3), The Sporting News (3), Blue Ribbon College Basketball (4), Street & Smith's 
(A), Athlon Sports (GKd\l\qht], SLAM Magazine (7). 

Maryland's backcourt, led by returning starters Steve Blake and Juan Dixon, was rated the second-best in the country 
by Lindy's College Basketball and No. 3 by The Sporting News. 

The Terps' frontcourt, led by senior Lonny Baxter, was chosen No. 9 by Lindy's and No. 1 by The Sporting News. 



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Lonny Baxter, Sr., F/C 

Naismith and Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate 

First Team AII-American.SflstoMA/ews 

First Team All-American, T)ick Vitaie's 

M\-hmer'Kan, Collegelnsider.com 

Third Team All-American, SfAeef (5 Sm/r/)'s 

Honorable Mention AII-American,/lfWonSporfs 

No. 1 center in nation. Basketball News 

No. 2 center in nation, i/nrfyi 

No.4 center in nation, ffl55fiOAf5//ne 

No. 6 center in the nation. The Sporting News 

f'ntledm Ml-kCC,ACC Basketball Handbook 

First Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

First Team AII-ACC, Basketball News 

First Team AII-ACC, i/nrfy's 

First Team AII-ACC, Street & Smith's 

Juan Dixon, Sr., G 

Naismith and Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate 

No.l shooting guard in nation, CSS Sporfs//ne 

No. 2 shooting guard in nation, imrfy's 

No. 3 shooting guard in ndUon, Basketball News 

No. 3 shooting guard in nation. The Sporting News 

M\-kmmc3t\, Collegelnsider.com 

Second Team All-American, /IfWonSporfs 

Second Team All-American, O/c/c Vitaie's 

Third Team AII-American,flfl5fefMA/eivs 

Third Team All-American, SfreefSSm/f/j's 

ACC's Best Defender, /IfWon Sports 

ACC's Best Defender, Lindy's 

VusUenmAW-kCCACC Basketball Handbook 

First Team AII-ACC, Basketball News 

First Team AII-ACC,/lf/i/o/) Sports 

First Team AII-ACC, i/ndy's 

First Team AII-ACC, 5freeffi5m/f/)'s 

Byron Mouton, Sr., F 

Honorable Mention M\-kCC,ACC Basketball Handbook 





Steve Blake, Jr., G 

No. 12 point guard in nation, CSS 5poffs//ne 
No. 12 point guard in nation. The Sporting News 
No. 15 point guard in nation. Basketball News 
No. 20 point guard in nation, i/ndy's 
ACC's Best Playmaker, The Sporting News 
Second Team AII-ACC, Basketball News 
Third Team M\-hCC, ACC Basketball Handbook 
Third Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 
ThirdTeam AII-ACC, i/ndy's 

Tahj Holden, Jr., F 

No. 1 5 power forward in nation. The Sporting News 
No. 1 8 power forward in nation, CBS Sportsline 
Honorable Mention kW-kCC, ACC Basketball Handbook 



Chris Wilcox, So., F 

Honorable Mention k\\-K.C,ACC Basketball Handbook 



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Assistant Coach Dave Dickerson 44 

Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos 46 

Assistant Coach Matt Kovarik 48 

Dir. of Basketball Operations Troy Wainwright.... 49 

AthleticTrainer JJ.Bush 50 

Strength & Conditioning Coach Kurtis Shultz 50 

Support Staff 51 

Maryland Basketball Family 52 



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GARY 
WILLIAMS 

Head Coach 

(Maryland '68) 

13th Year at Maryland (2<iZ-l39, .63S) 

2lith Year Overall (i|ii9-267, .627) 




TOURNAMCNTS 

A four-time National Coach of the Year finalist and the 
eighth-winningest coach in Atlantic Coast Conference his- 
tory, Gary Williams (Maryland'68) is entering his 13th sea- 
son as head coach of his alma mater. He has transformed the 
Maryland program into one of the nation's most formidable, and 
has built a following that has consistently resulted in sellout 
crowds at Cole Field House. Last season's trip to the Final Four 
and a No. 4 postseason ranking catapulted Williams & Co. to the 
finest finish in school history. 

For Williams, the accomplishments of 2000-01 were particu- 
larly sweet for the coach whose roots with the program extend 
to his playing days of the late 1960s, and whose earliest seasons 
as head coach were tormented by NCAA 
sanctions he inherited.The Final Four , "~^~ 
architect is himself a Maryland 
alum, who found glory for a pro- 
gram whose history is filled 
with a literal plethora of some 
of the most prominent 
names in college basket 
ball annals: Shue, Lucas, 
Elmore, McMillen, Albert 
King, Bias, Buck Williams 
and Walt Williams. 

Last March, Williams be- 
came just the sixth coach since 1980 to 
direct his alma mater to the Final Four. 

National Prominence 

The rise of the Maryland 
program has run parallel 
with Williams' ascent 
among the most no- 
table in the collegiate 
coaching fraternity. 
Williams is one of 
only seven 
coaches to boast a 
string of eight con- 
secutive trips to the NCAA Tournament. He is 
one of just six to reach the NCAA's Sweet Six- 
teen in five of the last eight years. He joins Lute 
Olson,Tubby Smith and Roy Williamsas the only 
coaches on both lists. Olson, Smith and Gary 
Williams are the only coachesamongthatguar- 
tet to claim a trip to the Final Four during that 
span. 

Similarly, he joins just four coaches — 
Mike Krzyzewski,Tom lzzo,Mike Montgom- 
ery and Bob Huggins — who have led their 
programs to 25 or more wins in each of the 
past three seasons. 

As the Maryland coach, Williams has 
produced more than 20 wins in six of his 
last seven seasons, five consecutive 
lams is the 27th-winningest active coach in 
America with 449 wins. 

Williams, 242-139 at Maryland, boasts a 449- 
267 overall record which includes four years at American (1 979- 
82), four at Boston College (1983-86) and three at Ohio State 




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(1987-89). In 23 seasons as a Division I head coach, Williams has 
coached in 11 NCAA Tournaments and guided seven different 
teams to the NCAA Sweet 1 6.0ne of 26 coaches ever to take three 
different schools to the NCAA Tournament, Williams has guided 
teams to the NIT or NCAA Tournament at each of his four coach- 
ing stops. 

He is the only coach in America to direct programs in each of 
the ACC, Big Ten and Big East conferences. During Williams' com- 
bined 19 years in those three conferences, the national cham- 
pion has come from his league seven times (ACC — 4 of 1 2; Big 
East — 2of4;Big Ten — 1of3). 

During his run of eight straight NCAA tournaments 
at Maryland, he has forged his way to becoming the winningest 
NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history with 1 3 wins and 
eight losses. He boasts a 17-11 record overall, and has carried 

Maryland to the Sweet Sixteen in three of the 

^^^»^ past four years. 

! ^ Williams is one of six 400-win coaches 

"Kill who now engineer the programs at their re- 

t spective alma maters (Jerry Tarkanian, Fresno 

v State; Lou Henson, New Mexico State; Eddie 

Sutton,Oklahoma State;Jim Boeheim,Syracuse; 

Gale Catlett, West Virginia). Since 1980, 

Boeheim, Sutton, Lou Carnesecca 

(St.John's),Guy Lewis (Houston) and 

Richard Williams (Mississippi State) 

have joined the Maryland mentor 

in guiding their respective alma 

maters as far as the national 

semifinals. 

Terp Alum 

A former Terrapins 
point guard, Williams 
was a starter under 
coach Bud Millikan 
during the 1965, 
1966 and 1967 
^> ' seasons. He was 
^P*' the team cap- 
tain as a senior and 
still lists one of his most memorable 
basketball moments as his experience 
as a spectator at the 1966 national 
championship game conducted at 
Maryland's legendary Cole Field House, 
between Texas Western and Kentucky. 

The former student-athlete is also 
noted as one of just eight former ACC bas- 
ketball players ever to return to the league 
as a head coach. Williams notched his 
400th career win with a season-opening 
victory over San Francisco on Nov. 1 7, 1 999, 
and recorded his 200th victory at Maryland 
during a 72-66 win over No.23 Kentucky one 
month later. Williams, 99-89 in ACC league 
contests entering the 2001-02 season, is ex- 
pected to become the 10th coach overall and 
the second from Maryland (Lefty Driesell) 
ever to reach 1 00 wins In the league. 




l[lfPNOTt; Gory Williams is the sixth coach since 1 980 to guide his alma mater to the Final Four. 




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Williams Era 

Inducted into the University of Maryland Hall of Fame in 1999, 
Williams has placed his alma mater's program back among the 
top of the storied Atlantic Coast Conference. The Terps have be- 
come synonymous with Dul<e and North Carolina among the 
league's most dominant programs, and nationally have become 
a fixture among weekly polls — 36 consecutive appearances in 
the AP top 20 to enter the 2001-02 campaign and career-best 
beginning (No. 5, AP) and ending (No. 4, USA Today/ESPN) 
rankings during theTerps' Final Four run last season. 

Under Williams' tutelage, Maryland has achieved a school- 
record eight consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances while 
boasting acclaim as one of just nine schools in the country to do 
so.TheTerrapins are one of just six schools in the country to boast 
at least 25 victories in each of the past three seasons, and the 
Terps'78 wins in the last three years are bettered by only seven 
programs. 

Another success story during the Williams Era at Maryland is 
obviously a coveted home court win streak over non-conference 
foes which now spans more than 1 1 years — 77 games in all as 
the Terps enter the 2001-02 campaign. 

The decade of the 1 990's was certainly a decade of resurgence 
for the Maryland basketball team. Since 1990, the Terps have 
soared to a level of national prominence unmatched during the 
first century of the program. Included among the many superior 
accomplishments during the Williams Era are:the school-record 
eight straight NCAA Tournament appearances (1994-01), a trip 
to the 2001 national semifinals, five Sweet 1 6 appearances, eight 
consecutive upper division finishes in the ACC including runner- 
up distinction in 1 999 and 2000,a school-record 28 victories dur- 
ing the 1998-99 season, four NBA lottery picks, one national 
Player of the Year and one ACC Player of the Year. 

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

Williams has cemented his legacy as one of America's great- 
est recruiters and college coaches — a statement backed not 
just by last season's Final Four appearance or 1 9 winning records 
in 23 seasons, but by 23 NBA draft choices and the numerous 
former assistant coaches who now guide their own programs. 
Williams has guided seven first-round selections and five NBA 
lottery picks. 

Williams' past three seasons have brought Maryland from 
contention in the Atlantic Coast Conference, to contention for a 
national championship 

Four years after tying for his first ACC regular season champi- 
onship in 1995, Williams led Maryland to a school-record 28 vic- 
tories and a school-record 13 ACC viaories during the 1998-99 
season. The Terps finished the season ranked No. 5 by the Associ- 
ated Press - then the highest final ranking since the 1974-75 
season and only the third time in school history that the pro- 
gram had earned a top five final national ranking. During the 
season, Maryland was ranked in the top five for a near-school 
record 14 weeks and peaked at No.2 as it won its first 10 games 
of the season. Maryland's No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament 
was tied for the highest tournament seed in school history. Only 
four schools won more games than the Terps during the 1 998- 
99 season. 

A year later, in a 1999-00 season that may have been one of 
Williams' greatest coaching accomplishments ever, he guided a 



WILLWSFILE 



Year-By-YearHead Coaching Record 




Kear 


School 


Overall /Conf. 


Poitieason Partidpation 


1978-79 


American 


14-13/ 7-4 (4th) 




1979-80 


American 


13-14/ 5-6 (5th) 




1980-81 


American 


24-6/11-0 (1st) 


NIT First Round (0-1) 


1981-82 


American 


21-9/8-3 (3rd) 


NIT First Round (0-1) 


1982-83 


Boston Coll. 


25-7/ 12-4 (Tlst) 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (1-1) 


1983-84 


Boston Coll. 


18-12/ 8-8 (4th) 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1984-85 


Boston Coll. 


20-11/ 7-9 (6th) 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1985-86 


Boston Coll. 


13-15/4-12(7th) 




1986-87 


Ohio State 


20-1 3/ 9-9 (6th) 


NCAA Southeast Region Second Round (1-1) 


1987-88 


Ohio State 


20-13/ 9-9 (6th) 


NIT Finalist (4-1) 


1988-89 


Ohio State 


19-15/ 6-12 (8th) 


NIT Quarterfinals (2-1) 


1989-90 


Maryland 


19-14/6-8 (T5th) 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


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 Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1994-95 


Maryland 


26-8/ 12-4 (Tlst) 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1995-96 


Maryland 


17-13/8-8 (T4th) 


NCAA West Region First Round (0-1 ) 


1996-97 


Maryland 


21-11/ 9-7 (T4th) 


NCAA Southeast Region First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


Maryland 


21-11/10-6 (3rd) 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1998-99 


Maryland 


28-6/ 13-3 (2nd) 


NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1 ) 


1999-00 


Maryland 


25-10/ 11-5 (2nd) 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


Maryland 


25-1 1/10-6 (3rd) 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions (4-1 


4 Years 


American 


72-42 (.632)/ 31-13 (.705) 


NIT — 0-2 


4 Years 


Boston Coll. 


76-45 (.628)/ 31-33 (.484) 


NCAA — 3-2, NIT — 1-1 


3 Years 


Ohio State 


59-41 (.590)/ 24-30 (.444) 


NCAA — 1-1, NIT — 6-2 


12 Years 


Maryland 


242-139 (.635)/ 99-89 (.527) 


NCAA — 13-8, NIT — 1-1 


23 Years 


Overall 


449-267 (.627)/ 185-164 (.527) 


NCAA — 17-11,NIT — 8-6 



Coaching Honors 

• National Coach of the Year 2001 [Playboy] 

• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 2000 [College Hoopi Illustrated] 

• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 1998 [ACC Athlete Magazine] 

• Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist, 1995, 1997 
•U.S.OIympicTeam Selection Committee, 1988 
•Eastern Coach of the Year, 1983 

• Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1997 

• National Coach of the Year, Second Runner-Up, 1983 
•District Coach ofthe 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 AII-StarTeam in July of 1990 

• Eight-game, 12-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East AII-StarTeam in July of 1984 

Playing Experience 

• 1 964-67, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• 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 1 965 Sugar Bowl Tournament championship team 

• Member 1 966 Charlotte Invitational Tournament championship team 

Personal 

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

Date of Birth: March 4, 1 945 in Collingswood, N.J. 

Family: Daughter: Kristin, Son-in-law;Geoff,Grandson:Oavid Geoffrey (born Nov. 15, 1999) 




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I[RPMOT£: Gary Williams has not coached in a multiple overtime game since Jan. 13, 1 979 while coaching at American University. 




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"rebuilding"Terrapin team to 25 wins, a second straight second- 
place finish in the ACC and its first trip to the conference tourna- 
ment final since 1984. All with a freshman point guard, three 
first-year starters and only one senior (a non-starter) following 
the loss of three players to the NBA draft. 

Last season, of course, the Terrapins began the season with a 
lofty No. 5 ranl(ing by the Associated Press and finished with the 
No.4spot by USA Today/ESPN. In between polls, the Terps butted 
heads within a rugged conference which included five nation- 
ally ranked teams, but found their stride late in the year to win 
10 of their last 12 games.Of those 10,a record seven nationally- 
ranked foes fell in the Terps' path to the Final Four, with their 
only losses coming to eventual NCAA and ACC champion Duke. 
Local rival Georgetown was dispatched in the Sweet Sixteen, and 
an 87-73 win over No.2-ranked and top-seeded Stanford earned 
Maryland its first NCAA regional title. 

Three times, Williams has been voted as a national coach of 
the year finalist, including his naming in 2001 as the Coach of 
the Year by P/oyftoy. In 1998,/lfC/4f/)/efeMa9flzme voted him as 
the ACC Coach of the Year. He received the same honor from Col- 
lege Hoops Illustrated in 2000. He was honored as the district 
coach-of-the-year in 1981 and in 1983 he was named as the 
Eastern Coach of the Year. Following Maryland's 1997 season, 
when theTerps advanced to the NCAA Tournament and finished 
with a 9-7 record in the ACC, he was named as the Seaboard 
Region Coach of the Year by Eastern Basketball. 

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

Williams was hired on June 13, 1989. He inherited a team 
that had won only nine games the year before and finished in 
last place in the ACC. Williams displayed his coaching abilities 
immediately.The Terps won 1 9 games and advanced to the sec- 
ond round of the National Invitation Tournament, making Will- 
iams the first coach in school history to lead a team into the 
postseason in his first year. In addition, Maryland's 1 0-game im- 



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provement in the win column during Williams' first season was 
the largest in school history and second largest in the annals of 
the ACC by a first-year coach. Only the legendary Press Maravich, 
who improved NC State's winning ledger by 13 games in his in- 
augural season (1965), can boast a higher first-year improve- 
ment in the win column. 

A 1 968 graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as the Terps' 
starting point guard from 1964-67 under head coach Bud 
Millikan. He served as team captain during his senior season. It 
was as a player in the ACC that Williams developed his basket- 
ball philosophy He studied the game under Millikan, and it was 
then that he developed his penchant for the full-court pressure 
defenses for which his teamsare now known. He learned his half 
court man-to-man defense from Millikan, who learned from the 
legendary Hank Iba.The fast-breaking offense that Williams' 
teams employ is similar to the style Vic Bubas'Duke teams used 
when Williams was a player. 

Path To College Park 

Williams began his coaching career as a graduate student at 
Maryland under a future boss, Tom Davis. Williams was Davis' 

WILLIANSFLASHBACK 



Check out Gary Williams' player profile as a 
senior team captain from the 1 966-67 "'^ 
Maryland men's basketball media guide. 



Williams' Playing Statistics At Maryland 



• 2 O O I FINAL FOUR 

assistant coach forthe Maryland freshman team during the 1969 
season. The team finished with a 12-4 record. 

After earning a degree in business, he continued his coach- 
ing career as an assistant at Woodrow Wilson High School in 
Camden, N.J. After one year, he took over as the head coach and 
guided his first team to a perfect 27-0 record and the state title. 
Williams has called that season "the ultimate — there wasn't 
another game to win." Upon winning the NCAA West Region 
championship in 2001, he fondly recalled his championship at 
Camden as the"only other time I've ever got to cut down a net." 

Williams spent one more year at Wilson before accepting an 
invitation from Davis in 1 972 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 
sguad set the still-standing school record for victories with a 24- 
5 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 NIT for the sec- 
ond consecutive year. Only once prior to Williams'arrival had AU 
attended a postseason tournament, and the Eagles have not re- 
turned since. Williams' four-year record at AU was 72-42. 

In 1 983, Williams succeeded Davis at Boston College. He was 
once again an instant success, posting a 25-7 record and leading 
the Eagles to the regular season championship of the Big East in 
his first season. Making his first appearance in the NCAATourna- 
ment, Williams directed the Eagles to the Sweet 16. He finished 
third in the balloting for national coach of the year,and was hon- 
ored as the Eastern Coach of the Year by his peers. He went on to 
duplicate that NCAA Tournament success again in 1 985, leading 
B.C. back to the Sweet 16. 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching job at Ohio 
State, becoming the 10th basketball coach in that school's illus- 
trious history. He succeeded Eldon Miller and once again en- 
joyed success.ln three years,the Buckeyes made three postseason 
appearances. His first squad defeated then-No. 1 and unbeaten 
Iowa (coached by Tom Davis) in the regular season, in what would 
be the first of many giant-killings. Each of Williams' three Ohio 
State teams advanced to postseason play,and he laid the ground- 
work for the highly successful teams that followed when he left 
Columbus for College Park. 




Year 



CP 



FG-F6A 



FG% 



FTFTA 



FT% 



1964-65 26 33-87 

1965-66 23 23-61 

1966-67 25 71-134 

Career 74 127-282 



.379 25-50 .500 

.377 20-42 .476 

.530 31-49 .633 

.450 76-141 .539 



Rebounds Points 

80-3.1 91-3.5 

74-3.2 66-2.9 

82-3.3 173-6.9 

236-3.2 330-4.5 



T[l)PMOT£: As a Maryland student-athlete, Williams was a spectator at the historic 1966 national championship game between Kentucky and Texas Western, played at Cole Field House. 



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Williams' Milestone Victories 

victory # Opponent, Score Head Coach at 

No.l Catholic, 83-68 American 

No. 50 Drexel, 62-60 American 
No. 100 New Hampshire, 97-64 Boston College 

No.150 Bowling Green, 89-52 OhioState 

No.200 Northwestern, 100-89 OhioState 

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

No. 300 at NC State, 84-67 Maryland 

No. 350 #13Clemson,76-61 Maryland 

No. 400 San Francisco, 71 -61 Maryland 

A(( Coaching Victories (All Games) 

1. Dean Smith, North Carolina 879 

2 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 533 

3. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 354 

4. Charles"Lefty"Driesell,Maryland 348 

5. Terry Holland, Virginia 326 
& Norman Sloan, NC State 266 

7. Frank McGuire,UNC& use 264 

8. Gary Williams, Maryland 242 

9. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 240 
10 Carl Tacy, Wake Forest 222 

A(( Coaching Victories (A(( Games) 

I. Dean Smith, North Carolina 364 
i Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 202 

3. Frank McGuire,UNC& use 142 

4. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 1 34 

5. Charles"Lefty"Driesell, Maryland 122 
d Terry Holland, Virginia 111 
7. Vic Bubas, Duke 106 
& Norman Sloan, NC State 103 

9. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 101 

10. Gary Williams, Maryland 99 

II. Bud Millikan, Maryland 98 



Current Consecutive 
NCAA Appearances 

1. Lute Olson, Arizona 17 

2. John Chaney Temple 12 
Roy Williams, Kansas 12 

4. Bob Hoggins, Cincinnati 10 

5. Gary Williams, Maryland 8 
Kelvin Sampson,Wash.State& Oklahoma 8 
Tubby Smith,Tulsa, Georgia, Kentucky 8 

8. Mike Montgomery, Stanford 6 

Sweet Sixteen Appearances 
Since IQQii 

1. Tubby Smith,Tulsa, Georgia, Kentucky 6 

2. Gary Williams, Maryland 

Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 
Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 
Lute Olson, Arizona 
Roy Williams, Kansas 
7. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 
Tom Izzo, Michigan State 
Gene Keady, Purdue 
Steve Lavin, UCLA 

Coaches Guiding Their Alma 
Mater To The Final Four Since 
1980 

Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1987,1996 

Lou Carnesecca, St. John's 1985 

Guy Lewis, Houston 1982,1983,1984 

Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma State 1 995 

Gary Williams, Maryland 2001 

Richard Williams, Mississippi State 1996 



Turnaround Under Williams 

Last 7 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) 

2000-01 25-11 (.694) 10-6 (.625) 

Totals 163-70 (.700) 73-39 (.652) 



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 (.534) 26-50 (.342) 

Williams VS. ACC 
(includes all games) 

School Lasts Years Last 7 Years 

Clemson 7-3 11-4 

Duke 3-10 6-12 

Florida State 10-2 13-3 

Georgia Tech 9-2 11-5 

North Carolina 5-7 7-10 

NC State 10-2 14-2 

Virginia 7-3 10-4 

Wake Forest 7-4 8-7 

Totals 58-33 80-47 

.637 .630 



Williams' Top Seasons "^^^/f 


Most Victories 


'^V^ 


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 


2000-01 25 11 .694 


Maryland 


1980-81 24 6 .800 


American 


1981-82 21 9 .700 


American 


Winning Pf rcentaqe 




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 


In The Sagarin Power Rankings 


(Since 1995) 




Year Schedule Rank Team Rank 


1995 19 


8 


1996 16 


28 


1997 15 


11 


1998 1 


11 


1999 22 


5 


2000 21 


24 


2001 12 


6 


Williams In The Postseason 


Ivent CP W L Pet Last Game 


NCAA 28 17 11 .607 2000-01 


NIT 14 8 6 .571 1989-90 
ACC 21 10 11 .476 2000-01 



BIG EAST 
East Coast 
Totals 



6 2 4 .333 1985-86 

7 3 4 .429 1981-82 
76 40 36 .526 2000-01 



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WILUilNSINFLUENCE 

Former Assistants In Charge 



NBA First Round Draft Picks Under Williams 




Handy Ayers 



Rick Barnes 



PaulBmzeau 



Jim Oeamons Fran Dunphy 



Randy Ayers 

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





Rick Barnes 


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Assistant to Williams at Ohio State. Has been the 


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head coach at George Mason, Providence and 


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Clemson. Currently the head coach at Texas. 


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Paul Brazeau 


Assistant to Williams for one year at Boston Col- 


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lege and three years at Ohio State. Former head 


s 


coach at Hartford. 




Jim Cleamons 



Assistant to Williams at Ohio State and a former 
head coach at Young stown State.Currently an as- 
sistant with the Los Angeles Lakers, former head 
coach of the Dallas Mavericks and assistant with 
the Chicago Bulls. 

Fran Dunphy 

Assistant to Williams at American University. Cur- 
rently the head coach at the University of Penn- 
sylvania. 



Fran Fraschilla 

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

Billy Mahn 

Assistant to Williams for 12 years at Maryland. 
Formerly the head coach at Ohio U., and named 
last spring as the head coach at LaSalle. 

Chris Knoche 

Assistant to Williams for two years at American. 
Has been the head coach at American. Currently 
the Terps' radio color analyst. 

Art Perry 

Assistant to Williams for six years at Maryland. 
Former head coach at American and Delaware 
State. 

Ed Tapscott 

Assistant to Williamsat American who also served 
as the head coach at AU. Former Vice President of 
the New York Knicks. 




Steve Francis 

1999 •No.2 overall (U 
*MarylandA/ancouver Grizzlies 



Keith Booth 

1997 -No. 28 overall 
* Maryland/Chicago Bulls 



Joe Smith 

1995 -No.! overall (L) 

* Maryland/Golden St. Warriors 





Billy Halin 



la 

Cliris Knoclie 




Jim Jackson 

1992 -No.S overall (L) 
* Ohio State/ 
Dallas Mavericks 



Walt Williams 

1992 • No. 7 overall (L) 
Maryland/ 
Sacramento Kings 



Jerrod Mustaf 

1990 -No. 17 overall 

Maryland/ 

New York Knicks 



Dennis Hopson 

1987 •No.3 overall (L) 
Ohio State/ 
New Jersey Nets 



Art Perry 



Ed Tapscott 



L - Lottery selection; * - recruited by Williams 



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WILLIAH^CHARITYWORK 



Coaches vs. Cancer 



Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 



Of the many charities with which Gary Williams has been involved, one that has been 
special to the longtime coach is the Coaches vs. Cancer Three-Point Attack. Since 1995, Gary 
Williams has served on the Coaches Council, a 15-member board that serves as the governing 
body forCoaches vs. Cancer. 

The program is a partnership between the National 
Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the Ameri- 
can Cancer Society. The coaches participating in this pro- 
gram are dedicated to fighting cancer through increased 
support for research, patient services,and prevention edu- 
cation. 

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



Maryland will take part in the 200 1 Coaches vs. Car>cer IKON 
Classic, at Madison Square Garden in early November. 




In 1999 and 2000, Coach Williams hosted a charity basketball game at Cole Field House to 
benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 

Williams' CFF basketball game has included former Maryland basketball stars Len Elmore, Tom 
McMillen, Duane Simpkins and Buck Williams. Other participants have included former Maryland 
football player and NFL guarterback Boomer Esiason, Maryland track Ail-American and NFL re 
ceiver Renaldo Nehemiah, former Redskins Jeff Bostic and Charles Mann, former Washington Bui 
lets stars Phil Chenier and Kevin Grevey, former Dallas Cowboy Calvin Hill, tennis star Pam Shriver, 
Maryland legislators Thomas "Mike" Miller and Steny Hoyer, nationally-renowned sports colum 
nists John Feinstein and Frank Deford,Terrapin play-by-play voices Johnny Holliday and Chris Knoche, 
and "Meet The Press" host Tim Russert. 

The inaugural event occurred on April 27, 1 999. The second event took place on May 4, 2000 
with Williams and Feinstein as opposing coaches.A golf outing was conducted in summer 2001. 




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WILLIilHSVS. OPPONENTS 




Opponent Career Home 


atUM 


Home 


0(051/ atBC atiU 


First 


Last 


Airforre 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1979-80 (AU) 




Akron 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1988-89 (OSU) 




Alabama 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 




Alcorn Slaie 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1989-90 (UM) 




American 6-0 6-0 


6-0 


6-0 




1990-91 (UM) 


1996-97 (UM) 


Arizona 0-2 0-0 


0-1 




0-1 


1985-86(80 


1997-98 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('98 UM, 79-87) 










Arizona State 0-1 0-0 


0-1 






1994-95 (UM) 




Arkansas 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1986-87 (OSU) 




Army 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 




Auburn 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1985-86(80 




Augusta 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1989-90 (UMl 




AU-Puerto Rico 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




Ball State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 




Baltimore 2-0 1-0 






2-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1979-80 (AU) 


Bentley 1-0 1-0 






1-0 


1982-83(80 




Boston College 0-1 0-0 


0-1 






1990-91 (UM) 




Boston University 1-1 1-0 


1-1 


1-0 




1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Bowling Green 1-0 1-0 






1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 




Braelley 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Brown 3-0 1-0 






3-0 


1982-83 (80 


1984-85 (80 


Bucknell 4-2 3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


California 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1996-97 (UM) 




Catholic 4-0 2-0 






4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Central Florida 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Central Michigan 1-0 1-0 






1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 




Chammade 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




Chicago State 2-0 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 




1996-97 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Cincinnati 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




Clemson 15-11 9-3 


15-11 


9-3 




1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Cleveland State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 




Coastal Carolina 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1999-00 (UM) 




Colgate 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1994-95 (UM) 




Coll.OfCharleston 0-1 0-0 


0-1 






1996-97 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('97 UIU 


,66-75) 










Colorado State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 




Columbia 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1982-83(80 




Connecticut 6-5 3-1 


0-2 




0-1 6-2 


1982-83(80 


1994-95 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('95 UM,89-99) 










Coppin State 0-1 0-1 


0-1 


0-1 




1989-90 (UM) 




Cornell 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1993-94 (UM) 




Creighton 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('99 UM, 75-63) 










Dayton 1-3 0-1 


0-1 




1-2 


1986-87 (OSU) 


2000-01 lUM) 


Delaware 4-0 2-0 






4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Delaware State 2-0 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 




1989-90 (UM) 


1995-96 (UM) 


DePaul 2-0 0-0 


1-0 




1-0 


1988-89 (OSU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Drexel 4-3 3-1 






4-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Duke 7-24 2-10 


6-24 


2-10 


1-0 


1984-85(80 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAATournament:1-1 ('85 BC, 74-73); ('01 UM 


84-95) 






Duquesne 1-0 1-0 1-0 


1-0 




1998-99 (UM) 




E.Tennessee State 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 





Opponent Career Home 


atUM 


Home 


at OSU atBC alAU 


First 


Last 


Evansville 0-1 0-0 


0-1 






1991-92 (UM) 




Fairfield 1-0 1-0 






I-O 


1982-83 (BC) 




Fairleigh Dickinson 2-0 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 




1997-98 (UM) 


1999-00 (UM) 


Florida 2-2 1-0 






2-2 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Florida International 2-0 2-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Florida State 17-6 7-3 


17-6 


7-3 




1991-92 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


George Mason 3-0 1-0 


3-0 


1-0 




1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0(01 UM,83-80) 










George Washington 5-4 0-1 3-2 




2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Georgetown 3-12 1-5 2-0 




0-1 1-7 0-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 ('87 OSU, 79-82), (01 U 


M, 76-66) 






Georgia 0-1 0-0 0-1 






1996-97 (UM) 




Georgia State 1-0 0-0, 1-0 






2000-01 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0(01 UM, 79-60) 










GeorgiaTech 13-13 8-4 


13-13 


8-4 




1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Gettysburg 2-0 0-0 






2-0 


1979-80 (AU) 


1980-81 (AU) 


Gonzaga 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('95 UM,87-63) 










Hartford 1-0 1-0 






1-0 


1984-85(80 




Harvard 2-0 1-0 






2-0 


1980-81 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Hawaii 1-0 0-0 


1-0 






1996-97 (UM) 




Hofstra 6-1 3-0 


2-0 


1-0 


4-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Holy Cross 4-0 2-0 






4-0 


1982-83 (BC) 


1985-86(80 


Howard 4-0 4-0 


3-0 


3-0 


1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1996-97 (UM) 


Illinois 3-6 1-2 


2-1 




1-5 


1986-87 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('98 UM,67-61) 










Indiana 0-7 0-3 




0-6 0-1 


1983-84(60 


1988-89 (OSU) 


lona 1-0 0-0 1 1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (00 UM, 74-59) 










Iowa 4-3 2-1 


1-0 




3-3 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1999-00 (UM) 


Iowa State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1983-84(80 




Jacksonville 2-1 1-0 


1-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1990-91 (UM) 


James Madison 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1979-80 (AU) 




Kansas 2-0 0-0 


1-0 




1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Kent State 1-0 1-0 






1-0 


1988-89 (OSU) 




Kentucky 2-3 1-0 


1-3 


1-0 


1-0 


1986-87 (OSU) 


1999-00 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('87 OS 


U,91-77) 










Lafayette 6-1 4-1 


2-0 


2-0 


1-0 3-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1995-97 (UM) 


LaSalle 4-2 2-1 


2-0 


1-0 


2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Lehigh 4-1 3-0 






4-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Long Beach State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 




Louisville 3-1 1-0 


2-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1988-89 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Loyola-Md. 2-0 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 




1993-94 (UM) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Maine 2-0 1-0 






2-0 


1983-84(80 


1985-86(80 


Maryland 0-2 0-0 






0-1 0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 


1983-84(80 


Massachusetts 2-4 1-0 


2-4 


1-0 




1989-90 (UM) 


1996-97 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0(94 U^ 


,95-87) 










Md-Baltimote Co. 11-0 11-0 


10-0 


10-0 


1-0 


1987-88 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Md.-Eastern Shore 4-0 4-0 


4-0 


4-0 




1991-92 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Memphis State 0-1 0-0 






0-1 


1984-85(80 




NCAA Tournament; 0-1 ('85 BC 


57-59) 











IffiPHOTt: Williams is the winningest NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history (U-8, 



i>^M 



Opponent Career Home 


atUM 


Home 


atOSU 


afSC 


otAU 


First 


Last 


Michigan !-S 2-1 1-1 




2-4 






1986-87 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 (■94UM,71-78) 














Michigan Slate 4-3 2-1 






3-3 


1-0 




1984-85(60 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Minnesota 4-2 2-1 






4-2 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Missouri 1-1 1-0 


1-1 


1-0 








1995-96 (UM) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Missouri-St. Louis 1-0 1-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (OSU) 




Moigan State 3-0 3-0 


3-0 


3-0 








1992-93 (UM) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Mount St, Mary's 2-0 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1991-92 (UM) 


1997-98 lUM) 


Navy 2-4 2-0 










2-4 


1978-79 (AUI 


1981-82 (AU) 


NC State 21-6 12-0 


21-6 


12-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Nebraslca 3-0 1-0 






3-0 






1987-88 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


New Hampshire 5-0 3-0 








4-0 


1-0 


1980-81 lAU) 


1985-86(60 


New Mexico 1-1 0-0 






1-1 






1987-88 (OSU) 


1987-88(050) 


Norfolk State 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2000-01 (UM) 




North Carolina 10-18 6-6 


18-18 


6-6 








1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


North Texas 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1998-99 (UM) 




Northeastern 3-0 1-0 








3-0 




1982-83(80 


1984-85(80 


Northwestern 5-1 3-0 






5-1 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Notre Oame 1-1 0-1 


1-0 






0-1 




1983-84(80 


1999-00 (UM) 


Ohio State 1-0 1-0 








1-0 




1985-86(60 




OhioU 1-0 1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 




Oklahoma 2-2 1-0 


2-1 


10 


0-1 






1988-89 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Old Dominion 2-0 0-0 






1-0 




1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 


1987-88 (OSU) 


Penn Stale 0-1 0-0 


0-1 










1989-90 (UM) 




Pennsylvania 2-0 0-0 


2-0 










1996-97 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Pittsburgh 7-3 3-2 


2-0 






S-3 




1982-83 (60 


1998-99 (UM) 


Princeton 2-0 0-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1982-83(80 


1998-99 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 1'83 BC,Sl-42) 














Providence 5-4 2-2 


1-0 






4-4 




1982-83(60 


1991-92 (UM) 


Puget Sound 1-0 1-0 








1-0 




1983-84(60 




Purdue 2-4 2-1 






2-4 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Radford 1-0 1-0 






1-0 






1988-89 (OSU) 




Randolph-Macon i-0 2-0 








1-0 


2-0 


1980-81 (AUI 


1984-85 (60 


Rhode Island 4-0 2-0 






4-0 


2-0 




1982-83(60 


1985-86(60 


Richmond 1-0 1-0 










1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




Rider 9-0 5-0 


3-0 


3-0 






6-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1995-96 (UM) 


Rutgers 1-2 0-0 


1-1 








0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Sacramento Slate 1-0 0-0 


1-0 










1989-90 (UM) 




St. Bonavemure 0-1 0-0 










0-1 


1979-80 lAU) 




St.John's 6-8 4-1 


0-1 




1-1 


5-5 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('99 U^ 


163-76) 














StJoseph's 2-4 0-2 








1-0 


1-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


1983-84(60 


Saint Louis 1-0 0-0 


1-0 










1993-94 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('94 UM. 74-67) 














SiMary'siMdl 3-0 3-0 










3-0 


1978-79 lAU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Sl.Michaers 1-0 1-0 








1-0 




1982-83(60 




San Francisco 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1999-00 (UM) 




Santa Clara 0-1 0-0 


0-1 










1995-96 (UM) 




NCAA Touniament: 0-1 ('96 UM, 79-91) 














SetonHall 6-3 3-1 








6-3 




1982-83(80 


1985-86(60 


Siena 1-0 1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 




Southern California 2-0 1-0 


2-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UMI 


1990-91 (UMI 


South Alabama 1-0 0-0 










1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 





Opponent Career Home 


atUM Home 


atOSU atBC 


OtAU 


first 


Last 


South Carolina 1-3 0-0 


1-2 




0-1 




1988-89 (OSU) 


1997-98 (UM) 


South Carolina State 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




South Florida 2-0 1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Stanford 2-0 0-0 


2-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (01 UM,87-73) 












Stetson 1-0 0-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Stonehill 3-0 3-0 






3-0 




1982-83 (60 


1984-85 (60 


Stony 6rook 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2000-01 (UM) 




Syracuse 3-9 2-2 






3-8 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1985-86(60 


Temple 2-4 0-2 


1-1 






1-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


1999-00 (UM) 


Tennessee 0-1 0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Texas 1-0 0-0 


1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (95 UM, 82-68) 












Texas Christian 1-0 0-0 




1-0 




1984-85 (60 




Texas Tech 1-0 0-0 




1-0 




1984-85 (60 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('85 6C 55-53) 












Toledo 0-1 0-0 








0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 




Towson 10-0 6-0 


7-0 


5-0 




3-0 


1979-80 (AU) 


1996-97 (UM) 


TrentonState 1-0 1-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (AUI 




Tulane 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 




UC Irvine 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1990-91 lUM) 




UCLA 1-2 0-0 


1-2 








1995-96 (UM) 


1999-00 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('OOUM,70-105) 












UNCAsheville 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1997-98 (UM) 




UNC Greensboro 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1991-92 (UM) 




UNC Wilmington 2-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1-0 


1981-82 (AUI 


1997-98 (UM) 


Union 1-0 1-0 






1-0 




1985-86(80 




Utah 1-0 0-0 


1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 




Utah State 1-0 0-0 


1-0 








1997-98 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('98 UM, 82-68) 












Valdosta State 1-0 0-0 1 




1-0 




1985-86(60 




Valparaiso 1-0 0-0 1 1-0 








1998-99 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('99 UM, 82-60) 












Vanderbilt 1-0 0-0 






1-0 




1988-89 (OSU) 




Villanova 3-5 2-2 






3-5 




1982-83(60 


1985-86(60 


Virginia 14-12 9-3 


14-11 


9-3 


n-1 




1982-83(60 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('83 6C,92-95) 












Virginia Tech 2-0 1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


W/ake Forest 15-14 8-5 


13-12 


7-5 


2-0 


0-2 


1979-80 (AUI 


2000-01 (UM) 


Washington College 1-0 1-0 








1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




West Chester State 4-0 2-0 








4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


WestVirginia 1-4 1-1 


1-2 


1-0 




0-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1992-93 (UM) 


Western Carolina 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




Western Kentucky 0-1 0-0 






0-1 




1982-83(60 




Western Michigan 3-0 2-0 






5-0 




1986-87 (OSUI 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Whinier 1-0 1-0 








1-0 


1981-82 lAU) 




Williams, Mary 4-0 2-0 








4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Winthrop 1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 




Wisconsin 5-3 3-0 


0-1 




4-2 1-0 




1985-86(60 


2000-01 (UM) 


Wyoming 0-1 0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 





449-267 242-139 59-41 72-42 

249-73 140-35 76-45 



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T[RPHOTt: Williams ' career coaching record at Cole Field House is 140-35 entering the 2001-02 season. 




DKKERSON 



Assistant Coach 

(Maryland '90) 
6th Year at Maryland 




Dave Dickerson's five-year tenure as an assistant coach 
at Maryland has coincided with five of the most suc- 
cessful years in the history of the program. The Terps 
have made five NCAA Tournament appearances, finished in 
the top half of the ACC five times and been ranked among the 
nation's top 1 each season. During Dickerson's first five years, 
Maryland posted a 120-49 record (.710 winning percentage). 

Following Maryland's trip to the Final Four last season, 
Dickerson was elevated on Gary Williams' staff to take the lead 
in the Terrapins' recruiting efforts. He has played an integral 
part in Maryland's recruiting efforts during his first five sea- 
sons at his alma mater, including three classes which were 
ranked among the nation's best. 

Overall, Dickerson's 11-year coaching career has resulted 
in 11 straight winning seasons and six postseason appear- 
ances. 

Dickerson joined Williams' staff prior to the 1996-97 sea- 
son and immediately began putting his stamp onto the pro- 
gram. During his first season, Maryland defeated three ranked 
teams and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season In 
1997-98,theTerps advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA 
Tournament,and recorded 21 victories with wins over No. 
1 North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas. A year later, Maryland 
won a school-record 28 games, a school-record 13 ACC 
games and once again advanced to the NCAA's Sweet 
Sixteen. 

Last season's accomplishments were unprecedented 
for Maryland as the Terps capped a 25-1 1 season by ad- 
vancing to the first Final Four in school history. 

Top Recruiter 

Dickerson's success as one of the nation's top recruit- 
ers has been 
a major part 
of Maryland's 
accomplish- 
ments on the 
court. He was in- 
strumental in at 
tracting the Terps' 
1997 and 1998 recruitmg 
classes, both of which ranked 
in the top 10 nationa 
Maryland's 1998 recruiting 
class was ranked third in the na 
tion by Clark Francis of HoopScoop 
'Jiigazine. TheTerps' 1999 recruiting class 
Lontained three of the nation's top players at 
three different positions. In 2000, Dickerson 
helped land Raleigh, N.C., sensation Chris 
Wilcox. 

Dickerson's scouting and recruiting abili- 
ties enabled Williams to gain an eady evalu- 
ation of All-America guard Steve Francis. 
Francis was the No. 2 overall selection in the 




r o u /^ 

1 999 NBA Draft and finished fourth in ACC Player-of-the-Year 
voting. 

It has been Dickerson's nationwide emergence on the re- 
cruiting 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 a 20-8 record and a 
school-record winning percentage of 71.4. The 20 wins are 
tied for the second-highest total in school history. Radford, 
which enjoyed winning seasons during each of his four years 
there, enjoyed the best four-year period in its history while 
Dickerson was an assistant. 

It was also at Radford that Dickerson began to make his 
mark as a bench coach. Radford gained national acclaim and 
became one of the most successful programs in the Big South 
Conference during Dickerson's tenure. Radford defeated Loui- 
siana State, 73-72, on Dec. 30, 1993 to gain the biggest vic- 
tory in school history The Highlanders scored the game-win- 
_, - ~ ning basket with 2.8 seconds remain- 

ing in the game just after LSD had 
taken its first lead of the second 
half Dickerson was the assistant 
coach in charge of scouting LSU. 

From Athlete To Coach 

Dickerson played forward at 
Maryland from 1986-89 and 
earned four varsity letters. 
He was co-captain as 
a senior in 1989. 
Dickerson saw ac- 
tion in the 1986 
and 1988 NCAA 
Tournaments 
and was a 
member of 
three teams 
that advanced 
to the ACC 
Tournament 
semifinals. 
The Terps won 
19 games his 
freshman 
year and 18 
during his 
junior season. 
Dickerson was 
a starter on 
the 1989 
team that be- 
came the first 




TffiPHOTt: Dave Dickerson belongs to a select group of 38 players in Maryland history to play at least 100 games in a Terrapin uniform. 





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CIGUT CONS£CUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 




No.8 seed to defeat a No. 1 seed in the ACC Tournament when 
the Terps knocked off NC State. 

In 1989, Dickerson earned his bachelor's degree in gov- 
ernment 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 at James 
Madison for a 1992 season which culminated in a bid to the 
NIT. 

From 1993-96, Dickerson was an assistant coach at Rad- 
ford, 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 Great- 
est Career Contribution in 1 989 and for Most Improved Player 
in 1 987, Dave is married to the former Ms. Laurette Newsom, 
a 1991 graduate of Maryland. The couple gave birth to their 
first child, Dave III on Oct. 19, 2000. 



FILE 



Coaching Experience 



1 990-91 Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 

1991-92 James Madison University, Assistant Coach 

1993-96 Radford University Assistant Coach 

1 997-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 

Smt School Team Accomplishments 

1990-91 GardnerWebb South Atlantic ConfToum. Finals 



1991-92 


James Madison 


1992-93 


Radford 


1993-94 


Radford 


1994-95 


Radford 


1995-96 


Radford 


1996-97 


Maryland 


1997-98 


Maryland 


1998-99 


Maryland 


1999-00 


Maryland 


2000-01 


Maryland 



Colonial Athletic Assoc.Toum. Finals • NIT First Round 

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

NCAA Southeast Region First Round 
NCAA West Region Semifinals 
NCAA South Region Semifinals 
NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 
NCAA Final Four,West Region Champions 




'iV^on Dickerson ond his wife gave birth to their first son, Davelll. 










eiGUT CON5ECUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 



Beginning his 1 1tli season on Gary Williams'coaching 
staff, Jimmy Patsos has been a part of virtually every 
season of Williams' 1 3-year stint at Maryland. One of 
the Terps' three recruiting coaches, Patsos has seen the Terps 
play in eight consecutive NCAA Tournaments — which have 
included five Sweet Sixteen appearances and last year's trip 
to the Final Four. During his tenure with theTerrapins, Mary- 
land has finished in the top half of the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence eight times, won one ACC regular season championship 
and averaged nearly 20 wins per season. In addition, three 
players (Walt Williams in 1992, Joe Smith in 1 995 and Steve 
Francis in 1 999) have been lottery selections in the NBA Draft. 
During his career at Maryland,he has coached eight NBA 
Draft choices including first round selections Williams,Smith, 
Francis and Keith Booth (Chicago Bulls, 1 997). 



PATS6S 

Assistant Coach 

(Catholic '89) 
llth Year at Maryland 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 

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 has also coordinated the public speaking engage- 
ments of the Terps' players. Each summer, Patsos has served 
as the director of the Gary Williams basketball camp which 
annually draws participants from around the world and is 
the showcase camp on the eastern seaboard. In his role as 
camp director, Patsos has coordinated counselor manage- 
ment, facility and participant scheduling,housing, meals and 
guest speakers. Attendance during the 2000 and 2001 sum- 
mers have been the largest in camp history.ln addition to his 
work with the Gary Williams camp, he is a freguent speaker 
at camps throughout Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania 
during the summer months. 




Coach And Mentor 

His role as an academic mentor during his first 10 sea- 
sons on Williams' staff has proven prosperous, as the teams 
overall academic performance has improved under his guid- 
ance. He works closely with the academic support unit of 
the athletic department and many of the professors on 
campus. 

Patsos joined the staff as a volunteer assistant dur- 
ing the 1991-92 season and immediately became an / 
integral part of Williams' staff. His numerous respon- 
sibilities have centered on opponent 
scouting, on-court coaching 
and the academic devel- 
opment of Maryland's 
players. Patsos has / 
been a key compo- 
nent of Maryland's 
success and its cur- 
rent legacyof con 
tinuity. 

Prior to his 
appointment to 
Williams' staff at 
Maryland, 
Patsos was the 
assistant coach 
at Archbishop 
Carroll High 
School in Wash- 
ington, D.C. He 
helped Carroll to a 
21-8recordandana- 
tional ranking of No.6 
during his first season. 
The team lost to the 
famed DeMatha Catholic 
High School in the city 



From Boston To D.C. 





Patsos was a three-year varsity 
etterwinner at Catholic University in 
Washington, D.C. During his career, 
the Cardinals posted a record of 51- 
26. Patsos played for the late Jack 
Bruen, who later led Colgate Univer- 
sity to a pair of NCAA Division I Tour- 
nament appearances. 
Catholic won four 
regular-season tourna- 
: mentchampionshipsdur- 
I ing Patsos' career, in- 
cluding the 1989 
Manhattanville 
Tournament. 
Patsos scored a 
career-high 17 
points and 
grabbed a ca- 
reer-high 14 
rebounds in the 
championship game to lead the 
Cardinals to a 106-99 victory over 
Manhattanville. Other top games 
during his senior season included 
2 points and five rebounds vs. 
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 Upsala and 11 re- 
bounds against Washington 
College. He scored 12 points 
and grabbed five rebounds to 



ItHPNOTt: Pfltsos bej/ns /i/s ; Uh straight season under Gary Williams at Marylan, since the fall of 1991 




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lead Catholic to the championship of the Alfred University 
Charity Cage Classic with a 90-88 victory over the host Sexons. 
The Cardinals were 18-8 during both his junior and senior 
years, then a school record for victories in a single season. 

Patsos'teammate during the 1987 and 1 988 seasons was 
current Catholic head coach Mike Lonergan, who has led the 
Cardinals to the Sweet Sixteen of the past three NCAA Divi- 
sion III tournaments, including a national title in 2001 . 

A native of Boston, Mass., who grew up attending games 
at the Boston Garden, Patsos earned his bachelor's degree in 
history from Catholic in 1 989. A brother, Chris, captained the 
Florida Southern baseball team to the 1981 NCAA Division II 
World Series championship. 



C NCAA TOURMAHCNTS 





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msuu 

Coaching Experience 

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

1 992-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 



Year 


School 


Team Accomplishments 


1991-92 


Maryland 




1992-93 


Maryland 




1993-94 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals 


1994-95 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region Semifinals 


1995-96 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region First Round 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeast Region First Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region Semifinals 


1998-99 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 



International Experience 

• Six-game, nine-day tour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 1 994 

• One-month tour of Australia with junior (1 5-1 7) team in August of 1 991 




I[RPNOTt: Patsos' alma mater, Catholic University, won last year's Div. Ill national title under the guidance of Patsos' former tc 



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HA 
KOVARIK 

Assistant Coach 

(Maryland '98) 
1st Year at Maryland 



T§V£ NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 

Beginning his first season of college coaching, Matt 
Kovarik joins the Maryland staff in 2001-02 af- 
ter a standout playing career at Maryland from 1993 
through 1998.Asteady,defense-oriented guard, Kovarik let- 
tered for four seasons under Gary Williams and finished his 
collegiate career with what was then a Maryland record nine 
appearances in NCAA Tournament games. 

He was the first player in Maryland history to play on five 
straight teams to finish in the top half of the ACC. He finished 
his career after playing in 129 games, which trails only Mike 
Mardesich (137),Terence Morris (136) and Len Bias (131) in 
theTerrapin record book. 

As a freshman, Kovarik was an honorable mention pick 
for the ACC All-Freshman team, and as a sophomore was part 
of theTerps' 1 995 ACC regular season championship.He played 
on NCAA Tournament teams in 1994, 1995, 1997 and 1998 
— and helped the Terps advance to the Sweet Sixteen 
three times. 




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plete five straight winning seasons and five straight NCAA 
Tournament appearances.The Terrapins were 103-55 during 
his five-year career. 

The Greensboro, N.C., native played just five games of the 
1996 season after suffering a stress fracture in his right leg. 
He posted a career-high nine points and seven rebounds as a 
freshman against Morgan State in 1993. He had six assists 
against UNC Asheville as a senior in 1997, and dished a ca- 
reer-high eight assists at Missouri two games later. 

Kovarik prepped at Grimsley High School where he was a 
three-year starter at point guard. 




To Law School And Back 
Again 

Kovarik, who recently completed his first 
year of law school, began his coaching ca- 
reer in summer 2001 , assuming the program's 
role in managing day-to-day schedules with 
student-athletes and details surrounding the 
Gary Williams summer basketball camps. In ad 
dition, he will have a hand in on-the-court coach- 
ing during his first season. 

A member of the AII-ACC AcademicTeam as a jun- 
ior in 1997, he worked for Xerox in New York City for 
two years before attending the University of 
Maryland's law school in Baltimore. He won theTerps' 
scholar-athlete award in three consecutive seasons 
from 1996 to 1998. 

"Matt was the type of player that helped make us a very 
good basketball team while he was here. He was the type of 
defensive player that could guard anyone from a point guard 
to a small forward,"commented Willi3ms."He has a very good 
knowledge of the game, and will relate well to our players." 

Five NCAA Tourney Teams 

Kovarik averaged 2.4 points, 2.0 assists and 1.7 rebounds 
while playing 15 minutes per game during his senior cam- 
paign for the Terps. Maryland finished 21-11 during his se- 
nior campaign, capping a career which saw Maryland com- 



Coachinq Experience 

2001-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Playing Experience 

• 1994-98, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• Appearances in nine NCAA Tournament games 

• 1 29 games is fourth in Maryland history 

Playing Honors 

• Honorable mention ACC All-Freshman Team, 1994 

• ACC AII-AcademicTeam, 1997 

• Maryland scholar-athlete, 1996-98 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, 1998, B.S. in business 
University of Maryland Law School 
Date of Birth: January 24,1975 



NOTE: 'fj-)\iv\k wai one of Williams' steadiest and most versatile guards through parts of five seasons in the 1990s. 




WAINWRIGUT 

Director of Basketball 
Operations 

(Maryland '90) 
:at Maryland 




VC NCAA TOURMAHCNTS 

Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball operations, is 
in his sixth year as a member of Gary Williams' staff. 
He is an essential part of the success of the team, both 
on and off the court,and is responsible for the administra- 
tion of the basketball office. 

Wainwright is responsible for all internal operations of 
the basketball program and serves as a liaison to the 
athletic department including Deborah Yow, 
Maryland's director of athletics. He is in- 
volved in the day-to-day operations of the 
team.inciuding budgetary matters, team 
travel, on-campus housing and dining 
contracts.lnaddition,Wainwrightisre- / 
sponsible for non-conference schedul- 
ing and works with the conference of- 
fice to coordinate theTerps'ACC schedule. 

A native of Berlin, Md., Wainwright has 
played an integral role in the Terps' suc- 
cess since his arrival. The Terps have ap- 
peared in the NCAA Tournament five 
times, advanced to the semifinals of the 
ACC Tournament five times, and have av- 
eraged 24 wins during his five seasons with 
the Terps. In both 1 998 and 1 999 the Terps 
advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA 
Tournament. In 1999, Maryland won a 
school-record 28 games and was ranked No. 
5 in the nation. In 1 998, the Terps played the 
nation's toughest schedule according to the 
Sagarin ratings and were ranked 15th in the 
final national polls.Last season, of course, the 
Terps advanced to their first-ever Final Four 
and were ranked No. 4 in final rankings by 
USA Today/ESPN. 

Among Wainwright's chief responsibili- 
ties is the coordination of team travel plans. 
Wainwright coordinates all transportation 




200t FINAL FOUR 

(air and ground) as well as hotel accommodations. During his 
tenure, Wainwright has successfully coordinated travel to five 
^^ NCAA Tournaments, five ACC Tournaments, Hawaii and 
Puerto Rico as well as every regular season game. Last 
season's ACC and NCAA Tournament schedules had 
the Terps on the road for nearly an entire month. 
Wainwright is the tournament director for thean- 
nual Gary Williams golf tournament that raises money 
to endow scholarships for the basketball program. 
The tournament has raised more than $100,000 
during the five years since Wainwright's arrival. 
As tournament director, Wainwright helps solicit 
sponsorships and players, and helps with course 
management on the day of the event. In addition, 
he coordinates team and individual player 
scoring and a silent auction. 
He also serves as the co-di- 
rector of the Gary Williams basketball camp 
each summer. He helps coordinate virtually every 
aspect of the camp including housing, meals and 
camp speakers. The 2000 and 2001 Gary Williams 
camps have been the largest in its history, attract- 
ing more than 1 ,000 overnight campers in a three- 
week period in each of the last two summers. 

A Terp Returns 

Wainwright received his bachelor of science degree 
in sociology from the University of Maryland in 1990. 
After graduating from Maryland he worked as an ac- 
count manager with the Washington Bullets from 1992- 
1994andasan advertising account executive atthe Wash- 
ington Times from 1994-96. 
Wainwright served as head manager for the basketball 
team during Williams'first season at Maryland, 1 990. He ac- 
companied theTerps as they advanced to the second round 
of the 1990 National Invitation Tournament. He served 
as the team's assistant manager for the three years pre- 
ceding Williams'arrival in College Park. 



WAINWIilGIIIFILE 

Experience 

1996-present University of Maryland, Director of Basketball Operations 



Operations Positions 



Keo/- 


School 


1996-97 


Maryland 


1997-98 


Maryland 


1998-99 


Maryland 


1999-00 


Maryland 


2000-01 


Maryland 



Team Accomplishments 

NCAA Southeast Region First Round 
NCAA West Region Semifinals 
NCAA South Region Semifinals 
NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 
NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 



Previous Experience 

• 1986-90, University of Maryland, Team Manager 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, 1 990, B.S., sociology 
Date Of Birth: June 7, 1967 



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l[liPNOTt: Wain might was the head manager for Gary Williarm'fint Maryland tearr], and has returned for his sixth straight season as Williams' chief administrator. 



£I6UT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 

J.J. Bush returns as the athletic trainer for Gary Williams 
and theTerps men's basketball program. Bush is in his 
ninth season working with the men's basketball pro- 
gram. This is his second stint working with the program, as 
he was the team's trainer from 1 972-1976. 
As the trainer for the basketball team, Bush coordinates 



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Athletic Trainer 

(Florida State '69) 
30th Year at Maryland 




• ZOOI FINAL FOUR 

the daily medical treatments for all the players and super- 
vises all rehabilitative efforts in case of injury. 

Bush came to the university in 1972 as an assistant trainer 
and has been honored with a 25-Year Service Award from the 
university. He began working immediately with the men's 
basketball team. The team won the regular season champi- 
onship of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1 975 and averaged 
23 wins a season during his tenure. 

Beginning with the 1976 football season, Bush worked 
with the Terp football team until 1 992, 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 foot- 
ball team as it claimed four ACC championships and played in 
nine bowl games. 

In addition to his training duties. Bush also teaches a basic 
and advanced kinesiology course on care and prevention of 
athletic injuries for the University, and is a frequent lecturer 
throughout the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States on 
the latest training methods. 

Bush is active in the National AthleticTrainers Association, 
and has worked extensively within the organization on im- 
proving athletic training methods.He has served on the gov- 
ernmental affairs committee at the national level and is a past 
president of the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 53, graduated from 
Florida State University in 1969. He and his wife Gina have 
two children, Brandon and Jordan. 







SO 



SHULTZ 



Strength & Conditioning 
Coach 

(Maryland '9S) 
3rd Year at Maryland 



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Former University of Maryland men's basketball team 
captain Kurtis Shultz is in his third season as the 
strength and conditioning coach for the men's basket- 
ball team. Shultz came to Maryland from Loyola College (Md.) 
where he had worked the last four years. At Loyola he insti- 
tuted a strenuous off-season kick-boxing program as a supple- 
ment to the school's overall strength and conditioning pro- 
gram. 

Shultz played in 67 games from 1 992-95 for theTerps and 
was a member of two NCAA Tournament teams. He was a 
memberofMaryland'sl994and 1995 teams which advanced 
to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. He was a for- 
ward on the Terps' basketball team after playing two years at 
DeMatha High School under the legendary Morgan Wootten. 
He also played tight end and defensive back for the Stags' 
football team. 

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

Shultz has been a private trainer to Ravens'linebacker Ray 
Lewis and tight end Shannon Sharpe. He also has worked with 
the Baltimore Thunder of the National Lacrosse League. 

In addition to his duties at Maryland, Shultz is responsible 
for strength and conditioning for four sports at Johns Hopkins 
University. 




TEBPNOTt: HoboAy has been affiliated witti ttie /Maryland program longer tfian athletic trainer 11 Bush — 30 years. 




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CICUT CON5£CUTIVC NCAA TOURNAHCNTS 



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PMSHANNON ([[OLONG-TUOMAS a^OLEBUCCO 




Video Coordinator 
6th Year at Maryland 

Entering his third season as the video coordinator for the 
men's basketball team, Pat Shannon was promoted in Janu- 
ary 2001 to head the video needs of the Maryland athlet- 
ics department.He begins his sixth year at the university and has 
worked w/ith Gary Williams' 
staff since 1999. 

As the video coordinator 
for men's basketball, 
Shannon's specific duties in- 
clude:breakdown and editing 
of opponent game film and 
scout tapes;filming all Mary- 
land games; editing self- 
scout tapes and player clips; 
and coordinating the acquisi- 
tion, dubbing and management of the opponent game film library 

Shannon has accompanied the Terps to their last two NCAA 
Tournaments, and also works to oversee the video needs of the 
athletic department's 25 intercollegiate sports programs,with the 
exception of day-to-day football needs. Upon completion of the 
Comcast Center in 2002, he will oversee the video operation and 
production facility in the Comcast Center, including the video 
boards during Maryland athletic department events and other 
University-wide activities. 

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, he received a degree in journal- 
ism from Maryland in 1995. He is currently working toward a 
master's degree in sports management. 

lEAHMANAGERS 




Administrative Assistant to the 

Mead Coach 

12th Year at Maryland 

r leo Long-Thomas is in her 12th season as the administra 






tive assistant to head coach Gary Williams. She coordinates 
the professional 
schedules of coach Williams 
and the assistant coaching 
staff. In addition, she is re- 
sponsiblefortheoverallad- 
ministration and the day- 
to-day managerial dutiesof 
the basketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordi- 
nates Williams'schedulefor 
departmental meetings, 
out-of-town speaking en- 
gagements and appearances. She also coordinates all travel ar- 
rangements for the entire coaching staff. During the season, she 
produces the daily practice plans for the coaching staff. Long-Tho- 
mas plans and coordinates the Terps' annual honors banquet in- 
cluding all invitations, decorations, seating and banquet room 
setup. She also arranges the senior day activities at the final home 
game of the season each year. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the proud par- 
ents of three childreniTyrone, 33, Jabari, 27, and Raven, 18. She 
also has two grandchildren,!]., 5 and Jovan (born July 4, 2000). 




2001 -02 Team Managers (clockwise from front left): Head coach Gary Williams, Blair Donahue, Matt Holmes, Brian Cavanaugh, 
Sean Parker, Stephen Wheeler, Shai Fierst, Nikhil Verma. (Not pictured: Jamie Hollander). 




Administrative Assistant to the 
Assistant Coaches 
3rd Year at Maryland 

Carole Bucco is in her third year working with the University 
of Maryland men's basketball program serving as the ad- 
ministrative assistant 
to the assistant coaches for 
recruiting. 

Bucco coordinates all re- 
cruiting correspondence 
and mail-outs to prospec- 
tive members of the team. 
In addition, she assists the 
coaches in preparation of 
scouting reports through- 
out the season. She is also 
responsible for assisting the 

coordination, planning and registration of the annual Gary Will- 
iams summer basketball camp. 

Bucco graduated from the University of Maryland in 1993. 
After she graduated, she worked for the University 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. 



GEOfFGILBERT 

Massage 
Specialist 
2nd Year at 
Maryland 




ECEFARATTI 



Assistant 
Equipment 
Manager 
1st Year at 
Maryland 




KRPNOTt: Sf;7/on board with Gory Williams from his original Maryland staff in 1989-90 is his administrative assistant, Geo Long-Thomas. 



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SmiLFAMILY 



f ommitment To Education 

second round of the NBA draft last June. ; -^^ ^^ 

Sincel999,theTerpshavehadeightpUyers ::^T /^, , 

co.p,ete,heircollegeeligibiHty.Four aj^ej .. | ,fl^^ )-^ 

graduated (LaRon Cephas, ObmnaEkez. 

LttHahn.MikeMardesichlandthreeoth^ 

e,s from the Terps'1999 Sweet Sixteen squa 

_- Steve Francis, laron Profit and Terrell 

Stokes -were all enrolled in classes during 
summer 2001 to complete their degrees. 

Marylandstudent-athletesallworktowad 
completion of their college degrees with he 
assistance of academic counselor Melvn 
Robinson and the Academic Support and Ca- 
reer Devel opment Unit. 

Francis Lends A Hand 

to other friends and students.Most of the students, jun- 
iors and seniors, were Maryland students while Francis 
led the Terps as high as a No. 2 ranking m 1 998-99. 

About 110 students got word of Francis' dinner and 
were in attendance at the UM Golf Course banquet facil- 
ity They were treated to a full-course meal with barbeque 
chicken as the entree,and ice cream sundaes for dessert. 
Francis who joined the group for dinner, said in a few re- 
marks that he remembered people supporting him while 
he was a Maryland student and it was a small way that 
he could give back to those who helped him. 

Francis reported to the Rockets' preseason training 
camp the following day. 

Among the displaced students were five men's bas- 
ketball players: Earl Badu, Lonny Baxter, Steve 
Blake Juan Dixon and Drew Nicholas. Baxter and 
Blake were among the group to attend the Francis din- 
ner, and spent time signing autographs with Francis 
after the meal 




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1[RPN0T£: Continuity has been a key to Gary Williams' success at Maryland, and continued alumni involvement has been a primary contributor 




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INTUISSECTION 

Lonny Baxter 54 

Steve Blake 57 

Juan Dixon 60 

Tahj Holden 63 

ron Mouton 66 

Drew Nicholas 69 

Chris Wilcox 72 

Earl Badu 74 

Calvin McCall 75 

Andre Collins 77 

Mike Grinnon 78 

Ryan Randle 79 

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BAXTER 

Forward/Center 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(Anacostia/Hargrave Military) 

6-8 -260- Senior, 3V 




ALL-AMfflaCANDIDATE 



His passionate work ethic has made him into one of the 
best centers in the college game . . . All-America candi- 
date and second-year preseason candi- 
date for the Naismith and Wooden Player of the 
Year awards . . . two-time AII-ACC selection 
who became the first player in Maryland his- 
tory to receive MVP honors at an NCAA Re- 
gional ... has started 80 of Maryland's last 
82 games dating to Feb. 10, 1999 ... on pace 
to join Len Elmore as the only Terrapins to boast 
1,000 rebounds in a career . . . needs 175 points 
and 290 rebounds to become the first Maryland 
player ever to score 1,500 points with 1,000 re- 
bounds ... owns the Maryland record with 10 
starting appearancesin NCAA Tournament games, 
and most career rebounds in the NCAA Tourna- 
ment ... has registered double-doubles in five 
of his last seven NCAA Tournament games over 
the last two seasons . . . Baxter and Terence 
Morrisare the only Terpsevertodaim back- 
to-back double-doubles in NCAA Tourna- 
ment games ... a powerful bruiser who ex- 
hibits offensive touch with the ball and who 
is difficult to move from under the bucket 
. . . noted particularly for his muscle on the 
offensive boards ... 55.5 percent career 
shooter through three seasons . . . enters his 
senior campaign ranked sixth among Maryland 
career leaders in blocks, 1 3th in rebounds and 
19th in points. 




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Williams on Baxter: "It is great to see 
Lonny — who wasn't somebody when he 
came out of high school that was consid- 
ered to be an ACC type of player — over- 
come a lot of obstacles and become one of 
the top inside men in the country. With his 
experience after Obinna Ekezie went down with 
an Achilles tendon injury (in 1998-99), Lonny had 
to start three-fourth's of the way into his freshman sea- 
son — which in the long run was very beneficial. He has 
gotten better each year and we expect him to get better 
this year with taking jump shots and facing the basket. 
You also never want to take away from Lonny what 
he is good at, which is his ability to catch the ball 
down low, take it to the basket, take a foul, and 
put the ball in the basket. Lonny is what 
basketball players used to be, which is 
to come in for four years and gradually 
become a very good basketball player. 
That is what Lonny has done for us." 

2000-01; Played in all 36 games and started 35 
during Maryland's Final Four run of 2001 . . . NCAA West 
Regional's Most Outstanding Player who averaged 15.5 
points per game, a team-high 7.9 rebounds, and 56.6 per 
cent from the field during his junior season . . . shared team 
MVP honors with guard Juan Dixon . . . second team AII-ACC, also 




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voted to the ACC's all-tournament second team , . . finished third 
in the ACC in rebounding, sixth in blocked shots, and seventh in 
scoring . . . averaged a double-double through five NCAA Tour- 
nament games while leading the Terps to the Final Four 
with 16.2 points and 10.0 rebounds . . . combined 
for 50 points and 20 rebounds in West Regional 
games vs. Georgetown and Stanford ... 26 
points, 14 rebounds against Georgetown and 
24 points, six rebounds against Stanford . . . 
also averaged a double-double, 14.5 points 
and 11.5 rebounds, in two ACC Tourna- 
ment games against Wake Forest and 
Duke . . . became the 37th player in 
Maryland history to score 1,000 
points in his career, eclipsing the 
plateau against Georgia Tech on 
Jan. 6 ... led Maryland with 11 
double-doubles overall, including six 
in the last nine games and consecutive 
double-doubles in NCAA Tourney games vs. 
Georgia State and Georgetown ... career- 
high 32 points came on 12-of-14 shooting 
against Norfolk State on Dec. 23 . . . posted a 
season-high 15 rebounds in a Jan. 17 home 
win over Wake Forest, and had 14 in each of 
back-to-back NCAA Tournament games 
against Georgia State and Georgetown ... fin- 
ished 26th in the country in field goal percent- 
age as a junior. 



1999-00: One of just two players to start all 35 
games . . . first team AII-ACC as a sophomore . . . 
ACC All-Toumament honoree with 15.3 points and 
8.0 rebounds in three tournament games ... ACC 
season leader in offensive rebounds (3.6 per 
game) . . . second in ACC in field goal percent- 
age (.533) and rebounds (8.8), and third with 
2.3 blocks per game ... Terps' leading 
rebounder ... second on team with 15.6 
points per game . . . most blocks (79) by a 
Maryland sophomore behind Joe Smith's 97 
in 1995 . . . third in Terrapin rebounds (308) 
by a sophomore behind Smith (362 in '95) and 
Len Elmore (351 in '72) . . . 12 double-doubles 
as a sophomore including 31 points with 10 
boards vs. NC State on Nov6 in College Park ... had 
14 points and a career-high 15 rebounds in a home 
loss to Duke ... had double-doubles in three of his last 
five games including a 24-point, 10-rebound effort vs. 
Florida State in the ACCTournament opener . . . joined team- 
mate 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 Terps in field goal percentage, 
blocks and free throws attempted . . . second on the team 
in field goals and attempts . . . averaged 25.3 points in 
a four-game ACC stretch from Jan. 29 to Feb. 9 including 
four games of 20 points or more and his career scoring high 



TFBPHOTt: lomy Baxter is the first player in Maryland history to earn MVP honors at an NCAA regional. 



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vs.NC State , . . registered 10 20poini games . . . reached double 
figures in 32 of 35 games . . . reached double figures in the first 
half in 14 games. 

1998-99: Honorable mention AII-ACC freshman team selection 
. . , started lOofthefinalll games of the 1998-99 season after 
the season-ending injury to senior Obinna Ekezie . . , started 
against Virginia on feb. 6 in place of a heahhy Ekezie and as- 
sumed the starter s role when Ekezie was lost for the season to a 
ruptured Achilles tendon on Feb. 9 ... only game Baxter did not 
start over the last 1 1 games was on senior night as head coach 
Gary Williams inserted Brian Watkins into the starting lineup... 
averaged 8.9 points and 4.6 rebounds after Ekezie was lost for 
the season . . . averaged 6.8 points and 3.6 rebounds overall . . . 
led the Terps in field goal shooting percentage with a .599 mark 
... only Brian Williams, in 1988,recorded a highershooting per- 
centage (.600) as a freshman in school history . . . established a 
school record by making a perfect lO-of-10 shots from the field 
against North Texas on Dec. 23 . . . his perfect percentage ( 1 .000) 
lied head coach Gary Williams (8-for-8 vs. So. Carolina, 12-10- 
66), among others . . . scored a season-high 28 points against 
North Texas . . . came within four made shots of tying the all- 
time school record for consecutive shots made in a season with 
15 ... he made his final shot against Princeton on Dec. 19 and 
all 10 of his attempts against North Texas before missing his first 
shot against South Carolina State on Dec. 27 . . ..also tied the 
school record for consecutive field goals made during a single 
game (10) against North Texas . . . shot .545 (18-of-33) against 
the eight ranked teams on Maryland's schedule . . . shot 50 per- 
cent or better from the field in 20 of his 32 games for the season 
. . . scored 18 points against Florida State in his first ACC Tourna- 
ment game in 24 minutes of play . . . scored 16 against Creighton 
as the Terps defeated the Blue Jays to advance to the Sweet Six- 
teen of the NCAA Toumament for the fourth time in the last six 
yea5 . . . recorded 28 points and 15 rebounds in three games 
during the NCAA Tournament . . . averaged double figures, 10.4 
points per game, in five postseason games. 

At Hargrav« Military Academy: Spent one postgraduate sea- 
son at Hargrave ... averaged 21 points and 1 1 rebounds and two 
blocked shots while shooting 85 percent from the foul line and 
48 percent from the field ...helped lead Hargrave to a 23- 1 record 
... played alongside Korleone Young who bypassed college and 
was a 1998 NBA draft choice of the Detroit Pistons ... ranked 
among the top 1 2 post player prospects in the nation by recruit- 
ing expert Bob Gibbons ... scored his season high of 28 points 
and grabbed IS rebounds against Forli Union Military Academy 
on Dec. 12 ... selected to the all-star team at the prestigious 
Adidas/ABCD camp prior to his 1997-98 season at Hargrave ... 
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- 
fime Toumament in Las Vegas, Nev., prior to his postgraduate 
season at Hargrave ...led Washington Team Assault to the cham- 
plorishipgameofthe 1997 BET Pro- Am DC. Summer Classic Tour- 
nament . . coach was Scott Shepherd . AtAnawstia: Gradu- 
ated in 1997 from Anacostia High in Washington, DC. .. aver- 
aged 18.2 points and eight rebounds dunng his only season at 
the school ... swond-team All-Metro by the Wmhington Pmt ... 
led Anacostia to the DC. city championship in a game played in 
his future home at Cole Field House ... was selected MVP of the 
city championship game as he scored a career-high 35 points. 



Baxter's ZOOO-OI Gam«-by-Gam« Statistics (Junior) 



Dolt Opponmr 

»!0 « louiwillf 
N21 nlHinon 
N22 vj.l)»)tton 
HK nWiKoniin 
DZ n.Mid»9in 
03 n.GnWaihlngion 
06 Stony eroot 
D9 11 lynntylvaflu 
on UMBC 
D23 NotfolkSute 
D27 ChiugoSUK 
DU UMfS 
JZ JtOtnKon 
K GntguTKl) 
J10 NoUhCiioliiu 
i14 jiFkmdjSijlr 
JI7 Wak»FomI 
JZ1 alNCStoK 
iZ7 Dukt 
)31 atVirginu 
fi CI«nion 
H at Georgia I«li 
F10 at Nonti Carolina 
FU FlondaSiait 
FI7 atWaktFoml 
FZO NC State 
F24 Oklahoma 
F27 at Duke 
M} Viiginu 
M9 WakeFofCiKWC) 
M10 Duke (ACC) 
MIS Geo Mason (NCAA) 
M17 Ga. Slate INOU) 
M22 GwqelownlNCAA) 
M24 Stanford (KCAAI 
M31 Duke(NCAA| 



CCS Min. rO^A 

1 1 Zl 6 10 
1 I 31 7 11 



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6)6 IH) 000 37 .429 3S 



33 9 IS 600 IH) 000 



11 31 

II n 

1-1 24 

11 21 

M 27 

1-1 27 

1-1 21 

11 22 

11 26 

1-1 20 



S8 .62S 0^ COO 3-7 

6-14 429 0-1 000 S-S 

4-11 364 om 000 5-8 

8-10 .800 00 .000 3-5 

3-8 .37S 00 SM 3-6 



7-12 
1214 
6^7 



S83 0-0 000 



.400 
.429 
1.000 
.625 
600 
iOO 
.600 



23 39 .333 



7 11 


1.000 


7 0-0 


m 


7 M 


.000 


0-0 


ooo 


3 (M 


000 



1-1 30 

1-1 23 

1-1 32 

1-1 26 

M 24 

1-1 11 

1-1 27 

11 20 

11 29 

1-1 23 

1-1 32 

1-1 24 

1-1 32 

1-1 24 

1-0 28 

1-1 24 

1-1 33 

1-1 20 

M 27 

1-1 32 

11 29 

11 25 



.429 00 .000 

.400 00 .000 

JOO 0-0 000 

.615 0-0 000 



7 10 .700 43 

913 .692 22 

S-9 JS6 35 

8-8 1.000 3 3 



8-9 

4-10 



2-4 .500 8-7 

2-2 1.000 24 

37 429 0^1 OOO 1-2 30O 1-4 

78 Sli M 000 14 .250 1-1 

5 10 .500 0^) OCO 4-7 i71 4-9 

15 JOO 0-0 .000 1-2 iOO 1-6 

9-15 .600 0^> 000 1-2 iOO 35 



4-11 .364 04 .000 0-2 



9 15 
59 



600 0-0 .000 13 
.556 0-0 .000 2-4 



33 
3-11 



J50 
1.000 



7-9 .778 0^1 .000 25 

7-11 .636 0-0 .000 1-4 

fr7 857 M .000 3-3 

6-9 667 0-0 .000 2-4 iOO 4-7 11 

6-11 .545 M .000 3-5 .600 2 10 12 

1-4 J50 0-0 .000 00 OOO 3-3 6 



7-16 

9 14 



438 0-0 .000 
643 M .000 



5-11 
8-13 



11 18 ,611 00 000 2-3 .667 0-6 
2 10 200 O-O 000 6-8 .750 4-6 



Baxter's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 



Dorr Opponent 

N17 USF 

N19 Tulane 

N22 FDKkjn^ 

N24 Kentucky 

N26 Notre Dame 

N30 kwa 

04 Illinois 

05 Geo.Wisl<inglon 
07 Wnthnip 

Oil KentiKky 

027 Geoige Mason 

D30 UMBC 

J2 CoastalCarolina 

n NCSiaie 

19 Duke 

J16 Georgia Ie<li 

J19 WateFomt 

122 Clemson 

127 NortliCaioiifli 

129 Florida State 

F2 Vnqinu 

F6 NC State 

F9 Dute 

F13 tempte 

F16 Georgia Ml 

FI9 lllbkeFoiri 

F22 Qaton 

n HMkCanbu 

Ml RoM) Stair 

M4 VkgMi 

MIO FtaidiSUKtACD 

Mil NCStatriACO 

M12 ^J*' ■■ 

MI6 lofw '. 

M18 UC1« '. :: 



I I 31 

II 17 



rcA 

6-13 
511 



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n-A 

6-10 



M. 0-0 lot 



45-1 0-0 .000 1-4 J50 3-5 



5-7 .714 0-0 



SOO 
.800 



1-1 34 
1-1 33 



1-4 J50 3-6 

1-1 1000 4-10 
4^ 1000 19 



6-11 i45 0-0 

S-9 556 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 M 

1-1 32 9-16 563 0-0 .000 3-4 JOO J-7 

11 38 58 .625 0-0 .000 V7 429 2-» 



11 17 3-5 600 



0-0 xno 
500 oo tno 

400 04 000 



11 20 
11 25 



M 21 

1 1 35 

1-1 31 

1-1 25 



11 29 
11 21 



11 35 

1-1 16 

1-1 21 

1 1 34 



7-14 

4-10 

5 10 500 00 000 

4-8 .500 0-0 .000 



7-23 
6-14 
9-12 



304 04 000 0-4 



000 1-4 

J57 54 

.667 4-5 

iOO 0-5 

1000 3-3 

000 VH> 



429 00 OOO 0-1 .000 2-2 



750 0-0 
364 04 



.000 0-2 .000 1-2 

000 23 .6«7 3-6 



5-8 625 04 .000 2-6 



914 
14^22 
10-17 



JOO 04 .000 

643 IM) jon 

636 (Ml «0 

588 04 000 



8-11 
M 
J-6 



2 7 286 04 OOO 7-7 
6-13 462 »4 000 l-S 



4-5 .800 04 000 



H4 
3 10 
10-14 



571 04 000 

300 04 000 

714 04 000 

an 04 000 

W 04 000 

62$ 04 OOO 

.'67 04 000 



1000 
1000 
JOO 
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t-1 
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1-1 

1-2 .500 45 

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44 iOO 44 

SU J85 0* 

2-4 JtO «-2 



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CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 



grabbed 1 2 rebounds and blocked two shots ... made 1 3-of-20 
shots during the game ... Anacostia, which finished with a 26-8 
record, was the No. 1 -ranked 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 as Anacostia de- 
feated Cardozo for the DCIAA championship ... helped the Indi- 
ans to the championship of the Bullis School Holiday Classic ... 
Baxter scored 20 points in the championship final to help lead 
Anacostia past Bullis ... played as a member of the Capital All- 
Star team in the Capital Classic at MCI Center at the conclusion 
of his senior season ...coach was Thomas Hargrove ... At Rich- 
ard Montgomery: Played his junior season at Richard Mont- 
gomery High School in Rockville, Md. . . . first team All-Mont- 
gomery County selection by the Washington Post. 



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Baxter's Career Highs 


Category 


# Opponent/Date 


Points 


32 vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


FG 


14 vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


FGA 


23 vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


3FG 


1 vs.NorfolkState,12-23-00 




1 vs. Clemson, 2-24-99 




1 vs. Florida State, 1-27-99 


3FGA 


1 vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 




1 vs. Michigan, 12-2-00 




1 vs. Clemson, 2-24-99 




1 vs. Florida State, 1-27-99 


FT 


9 vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 




9 at Clemson, 2-22-00 


FTA 


13 vs. Georgetown, 3-22-01 




13 vs.Ctiicago State, 12-27-00 




13 vs. NC State, 3-1 1-00 


Rebounds 


16 vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


Assists 


6 at Duke, 2-9-00 


Blocks 


7 vs. NC State, 2-6-00 


Steals 


5 vs.Stony Brook, 12-6-00 


Minutes 


38 vs.Winthrop, 12-7-99 



200I FINAL FOUR 

International: Alongside Maryland teammate Juan Dixon, 
Baxter represented the United States at the 2001 World Univer- 
sity Games at Beijing, China ...helped the U.S.to a bronze medal 
... led the U.S. team with 6.3 rebounds per game while finish- 
ing second to Dixon with 15.0 points per game . . . shot 69.8 
percent from the floor while playing seven of the team's eight 
games. 

Personal: Lonny Leroy Baxter . . . born Jan. 27, 1979 ... he is 
the son of Edna Hughes and Lonny Baxter,Sr....ma]oring In crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 



= Baxter's Career Statistics 

£ year 



6PGS 

1998-99 32-10 

1999-00 35-35 

2000-01 36-35 

CAREER 103-80 



Min.-Avg. 

463-14.5 

970-27.7 

935-26.0 

2368-23.0 



FO-A 

82-137 
218-409 
219-387 
519-933 



Pet. 

.599 
.533 
.566 
.556 



Baxter's 1998-99 6ame-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 




Date Opponent G-GS Min. FG-A Pet. 3fG-A Pet. FT-A Pet. 0-D Tot PF 


A TO e 5 Pts 


N14 Western Carolina 1-0 17 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-4 5 


2 13 


N17 UMBC 1-0 12 1-4 .250 0-0 


000 2-4 


500 2-3 5 2 


10 114 


N20 Hofstra 1-0 8 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-2 


000 1-2 3 1 


10 


N23 Duquesne 1-0 7 4-5 .800 0-0 


000 1-5 


200 2-2 4 


2 9 


N26 AU Puerto Rico 1-0 16 M 1,000 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-6 6 2 


3 


N27 UCtA 1-0 5 M 1.000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 1-0 1 1 


2 10 2 


N28 Pitlsburgii 1-0 17 4-6 .667 0-0 


000 0-1 


000 0-4 4 


112 8 


03 Wake Forest 1-0 14 2 5 .400 


000 1-1 1 


000 4-3 7 4 


12 5 


07 DePaul 1-0 7 2-4 .500 0-0 


000 2-3 


667 1-1 2 1 


10 16 


012 Kentucky 1-0 2 0-0 ,000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 





D19 Princeton 1-0 9 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-0 4 


110 11 


023 NorthTexas 1-0 18 10-10 1.000 0-0 


000 8-8 1 


000 2-3 5 2 


2 2 1 28 


027 S, Carolina State 1-0 12 1-2 ,500 0-0 


000 3-6 


500 0-1 1 3 


10 5 


J3 Duke 1-0 14 5-9 .556 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 4-3 7 3 


1 2 1 10 


J7 Virginia 1-0 8 1-2 .500 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-1 1 2 


12 3 


JIO NCState 10 13 1-1 1.000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 1 


1112 


Jt3 North Carolina 1-0 2 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 3 


10 


J19 Georgialech 1-0 3 0-0 000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-2 2 





J27 Florida State 1-0 15 4-6 .667 1-1 1 


000 0-0 


000 1-1 2 3 


110 9 


J31 Wake Forest 1-0 13 2-6 ,333 0-0 


000 0-2 


000 2-1 3 2 
667 3-2 5 5 


10 14 
2 1 12 


F3 Duke 1-0 19 5-5 1.000 0-0 


000 2-3 


F6 Vuginia 1-1 26 6-10 ,600 0-0 


000 2-5 


400 0-5 5 4 


2 1 2 14 


FIO NCState 1-1 21 3-5 .600 0-0 


000 1-4 


250 1-3 4 4 


17 


F13 Nortii Carolina 1-1 26 4-6 .667 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 3-1 4 4 


3 3 4 3 10 


F21 Georgia Tecti 1-1 19 3-6 ,500 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 1-5 6 3 


12 7 


F24 Clemson 1-0 24 3-4 .750 1-1 1 


000 0-0 


000 2-3 5 4 


2 1117 


F27 Florida State 1-1 26 2-5 .400 0-0 


000 2-6 


333 1-2 3 4 


4 14 6 


M5 Flonda State (ACC) 1-1 24 6-8 ,750 0-0 


000 6-8 


750 0-4 4 2 


1 1 18 


M6 No, Carolina (ACC) 1-1 24 1-5 .200 0-0 


000 4-4 1 


000 2-3 5 3 


12 6 


Mil Valparaiso (NCAA) 1-1 15 1-3 ,333 0-0 


000 4-6 


667 2-3 5 3 


1 2 15 


M13 Creighton(NCAA) 1-1 14 6-9 .667 0-0 


000 4-7 


571 3-1 4 4 


16 


MIS St,John's(NCAA) 1-1 13 2-7 ,286 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 3-5 8 4 


10 6 



3PA 

1-1 



1-2 
3-4 



.000 
.500 
.750 



FTA 

51-89 
111-187 
122-206 
284-482 



Pet. 

.573 
.594 
,592 



ORDR 

40-76 
126-182 
101-185 



Reb-Avg. 

116-3.6 



286-7.9 
710-6.9 



PF-D 

75-0 



112-5 
305-9 



56 
149 



BIk St Pts.-Avg. 

24 22 217-6.8 

79 34 547-15.6 

55 31 561-15.6 

158 87 1325-12.9 



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Baxter's ACC Statistics 

Year 6P-65 Min.-Avg. 

1998-99 15-5 278-18.5 

1999-00 16-16 433-27.1 

2000-01 16-15 407-25.4 



FG-A Pet. iP-A Pet. 

41-70 .586 2-2 1.000 

111-206 .539 0-0 .000 

93-170 .547 0-0 .000 

1.000 




CAREER 47-36 


1118-23.8 245-446 


.549 


2-2 


Baxter's NCAA Tournament Statistics 






Year 6P-65 


Min.-Avg. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


1998-99 3-3 


42-14.0 9-19 


.474 


0-0 


1999-00 2-2 


52-26.0 13-26 


.500 


0-0 


2000-01 5-5 


133-26.6 30-62 


.484 


0-0 


CAREER 10-10 


227-22.7 52-107 


.486 


0-0 



FTA 

12-27 

42-75 

40-68 

94-170 



OR-DR 

22-33 
62-73 
42-87 



Reb-Avg. 

55-3.7 
135-8.4 
129-8.1 



PF-D 

43-0 
60-3 
54-3 



.553 126-193 319-6.8 157-6 



OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D 



10-15 


.667 


6-9 


15-5,0 


11-0 


8-13 


.615 


8-13 


21-10,5 


7-0 


21-35 


.600 


18-32 


50-10,0 


17-1 


39-63 


.619 


32-54 


86-8.6 


35-1 



To BIk St Pts.-Avg 



7 40 


16 


264-16.5 


1 20 


9 


226-14.1 


2 74 


32 


586-12.5 


To BIk 

1 
3 5 


St 


1 


Pts.-Avg. 

28-9.3 
34-17.0 


9 4 


3 


81-16.2 


4 9 


4 


143-14.3 



T[RPHOT£: Baxter shot 69.8 percent and averaged 6. i rebounds to lead the USA at the 200 1 World University Games. 



C NCAA TOURNAMCMTS • 

HONOIiSCANDIDATE 




FINAL FOUR 



Guard 

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





Junior point guard who has played his way among the 
country's elite ball-handlers and playmakers . . . Maryland 
is 50-21 with a trip to the Final Four, with Blal<e as its start- 
ing point guard through his freshman and sophomore seasons 
. . . already boasts two of Maryland's top three seasons for as- 
sists, including a record 248 as a sophomore . . . enters his junior 
campaign just 185 as- 
sists shy of 
Maryland's career 
mark of 649, held 
by Keith Gatlin 
(1984-8 
... averages 
6.9 points and 
6.5 assists per 
game through 
his career .. 
reached 400 assists 
faster than any player in Maryland his- 
tory, becoming the first sophomore to do so 
... is on pace to challenge the top assist-mak- 
ers in NCAA and ACC history and become just the 
fourth college player ever to register 1 ,000 as- 
sists . . . needs 508 points and 535 assists to 
become the first player in college history with 
1,000 points and 1,000 assists . . . also ranks 
1 1th in school history with 74 career 3-point- 
ers . . . starter in 59 of 71 games since arriving 
at Maryland as a true freshman, including 42 
consecutive. 



Williams on Blake: "Steve Blake has done 
everything you can ask any point guard to 
do. What he did hisfreshman yearwasjust 
incredible,when he started immediately 
and we won 25 games. To come in and 
play the type of guards in this conference, 
and against Kentucky twice, and do all 
those things as a freshman is just great. 
If he didn't do that, we would not have 
been a very good basketball team because we 
did not have anybody who could play that posi 
tion.Then last year, I think he had a great year in 
getting the ball to Juan Dixon, Lonny Baxter, 
Terence Morris and people that could score. He sac- 
rificed his own game in terms of how many points 
he could score. Steve is smart enough, going into his 
junior season, in knowing that his offensive numbers 
will go up because not only does he know where the 
basketball needs to go, but when he is open, he has to 
shoot the basketball. He has already won some big games 
for us with his shooting. An example was against Penn 
where he didn't score a lot of points, but when they made 
a run at the end of the game, he was able to step up 
and hit three key shots that allowed us to win. It is 
going to be fun for him because after starting every 
game since he has been here, he has established him 
self as one of the best point guards in the nation." 




2000-01 : Started all 36 games of Terps' Final Four run of 2001 
. . . Terps' floor leader who led the ACC in assists, 6.9 per game, 
and a school record 248 overall . . . first Terrapin to lead the league 
in assists since John Lucas in 1 974 . . . assist average ranked ninth 
nationally . . . honorable mention AII-ACC, though the second- 
leading vote-getter among point guards ... in the NCAA Tour- 
nament, averaged 9.4 points and 6.0 assists, shot 56.7 percent 
(17 of 30) from the field and 50 percent (6 of 12) from 3-point 
range . . . averaged 7.0 points and 1 0.0 assists in two games 
of the ACC Tournament ... in the ACC semifinal against 
Duke, registered 1 1 assists and buried a 3-pointer with 
8.1 seconds remaining to knot the score at 82 . . . had 
just the second double-double of his career with an 1 1- 
point, 1 1-assist performance in Maryland's road win at 
Duke . . . perhaps his best game was his 1 1-point, 
nine-assist outing against the Devils at Cole 
Field House ... during that game, he lim- 
ited court rival and former USA team- 
mate Jason Williams to just 13 
y points, with 10 turn- 

overs, before 
"" Blake fouled 

' out with 
V 1:51 in 
■^ regulation 
... lim- 
ited Williams 
to a combined 26 
points and 10 assists in two regular 
season meetings against Duke . . . 
career-high eight rebounds occurred 
vs. Duke in the ACC Tournament, and 
vs. Norfolk State on Dec.23 ... career- 
high 13 assists came against Stony 
Brook on Dec.6 . . . increased his scor- 
ing late in the season, scoring in 
double figures in nine of his last 18 
games . . . averaged 8.6 points in his 
final 18 games,compared to 5.2 in the 
first half of the season . . . shot 50 per- 
cent (24 of 48) from 3- 
point range during the 
last half of the season 
§ ^ ... hit all three 3- 
point attempts 
against 
Stanford in the 
NCAA West Re- 
gion final ... 
scored 13 points 
in each of the Terps' final NCAA Tourney games against 
Stanford and Duke . . . besides his top games against Duke, 
developed a knack for timely produaion throughout the 
season . . . scored all 10 of his points in the second half 
of Maryland's late-season road win at Wake Forest . . . , 
scored 1 consecutive second half points to stave off a 
late Penn rally at the Palestra on Dec. 9. 




57 




lERPNOTt: Maryland has 50 wins in two seoscms with Steve Blake as its starting point guard. 



58 




EIGHT CON5CCUTIVC 

1 999-00: ACC All-Freshman Team, honorable mention AII-ACC 
and honorable mention ACC All-Defensive Team ... starting 
point guard for 33 of 35 games played during his first college 
season ... led Terps with 6.2 assists and was third among all 
NCAA freshmen ... the fifth freshman ever to lead 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 a 
1.71 assist-to-turnover ratio ... set Terrapin freshman record 
with 217assists while tying the class mark with 71 steals ... 
supplanted former Terp great John Lucas as the freshman as- 
sists leader .. . became just the fourth Maryland player ever to 
surpass 200 assists in a season . . . finished his freshman cam- 
paign with the second-best assist figure in Maryland historyjust 
four shy of record-holder Keith Gatlin's 221 in 1 985 ... his steals 
were sixth all-time, tied with current Harlem Globetrotters star 
Johnny "Ace" Rhodes ... was second on Terps with 37 3-point 
field goals,and fifth in scoring with 7.0 points per game ... was 
fourth on the club with 3.0 rebounds per contest . . . 37 3FGs are 
second-best figure by a Maryland freshman . . . increased his 
scoring as the season continued, scoring in double figures in four 
straight games entering the ACC Tournament (1 4.3 avg.) ... one 
of fourTerrapin starters to average at least 30 minutes per game 
(31.9) ... scored his career-high 17 points in a March 1 home 
win over Florida State . . . also added 10 assists for a double- 
double in points and assists against the Seminoles . . . posted 
season-high 11 assists vs.Tulane and Illinois ... had lOvs.Florida 
State, and three games with nine assists (at NC State, at UNC, at 
Wake Forest) . . . earned a silver medal during summer 2000 as 
a member of the USA Basketball World Championships Qualify- 
ing Team, playing alongside teammate and roommate Jason 
Williams of Duke. 

High School: Graduated from Oak Hill Academy in 1999 . . . 
compiled an amazing 100-4 high school record between three 
different schools . . . All-America honorable mention selection 
following his senior season by i/S/l loiay . . . named the runner- 
up for the"Mr. Basketball" award in the state of Virginia follow- 
ing his senior season at Oak Hill . . . ranked as the second-best 
prep point guard by recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons . . . ranked 
as the sixth-best point guard entering the collegiate ranks in 
1999-00 by recruiting expert Brick Oettinger . . . named as the 
44th-best overall player in the prep class of 1999 by Recruiter's 
Handbook and the ACC Area Sports Journal ... in the final game 
of his high school career, Blake led a team of ACC future stars 
past a team of future SEC stars, 1 45-1 1 5, in Reynolds Coliseum 
on the NC State campus in the Fila/USA Hoops Challenge . . . 
helped lead the Capital team to victory in the D.C.-area Capital 
Classic ... At Oak Hill: Started at point guard and averaged 8.8 
points and 7.3 assists as Oak Hill was named the high school 
national champion by USA Today, ESPN and the Associated Press 
... Oak Hill continued its outstanding tradition with a perfect 
31-0 record, becoming the school's third undefeated team in nine 
seasons (1991-99) ... Oak Hill defeated seven of the top 25 na- 
tionally ranked teams during the season . . . scored 16 points 
and added 10 assists as Oak Hill defeated Mt.Zion (N.C.) to win 
the championship of the Reebok Invitational/Las Vegas Holiday 
Tournament . . . named to the all-tournament team at Las Ve- 
gas .. . averaged 6.3 assists in three games as Oak Hill won the 
Glaxo-Wellcome Holiday Tournament in Raleigh, N.C. .. . cred- 
ited with six assists as Oak Hill defeated Christ the King (N.Y.) in 
the championship game . . . season-high 13 assists came at 
Minnetonka (Minn.) High School on Jan. 30 . . . coach at Oak Hill 




Blake's 2000-01 6ame-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 



Date Opponent 

N20 Louisville 

N21 Illinois 

N22 Dayton 

N29 Wisconsin 

02 Michigan 

03 Geo.Washington 
D6 Stony Brook 

D9 Pennsylvania 

013 UMBC 

D23 Norfolk State 

D27 Chicago State 

D30 UMES 

J2 Clemson 

J6 Georgia Tech 

J10 North Carolina 

J14 Florida State 

J17 Wake Forest 

J21 NC State 

J27 Duke 

J31 Virginia 

F4 Clemson 

F6 Georgia Tech 

FIO North Carolina 

F14 Florida State 

F17 Wake Forest 

F20 NC State 

F24 Oklahoma 

F27 Duke 

M3 Virginia 

M9 Wake Forest (ACCI 

MIO Duke (ACC) 

MIS Geo. Mason (NCAA) 

M17 Ga. State (NCAA) 

M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 

M24 Stanford (NCAA) 

M31 Duke (NCAA) 



GCS Min. F6-A 



1-1 29 0-5 



1-1 29 4-10 



Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. Fl 


-A 


SOD 


0-1 


.000 1 


1 1 


250 


1-4 


.250 3 


-4 


250 


1-4 


.250 





375 


2-4 


.500 4 


4 1 


000 


0-1 


.000 2 


2 1 


000 


0-2 


.000 1 


2 


250 


1-2 


.500 





600 


1-2 


.500 3 


8 


400 


1-2 


.500 2 


2 1 


500 


23 


.667 





750 


2-2 


1.000 





000 


0-2 


.000 





000 


0-0 


000 


2 


400 


0-1 


.000 2 


2 1 


222 


1-3 


,333 





000 


0-0 


.000 1 


2 


167 


0-3 


.000 2 


2 1 


500 


0-0 


,000 1 


2 


400 


1-4 


,250 2 


2 1 


143 


0-1 


,000 4 


5 


444 


2-5 


-400 2 


2 1 


400 


1-3 


,333 





444 


3-8 


,375 





500 


2-4 


,500 





571 


2-3 


,667 





556 


3-6 


,500 2 


2 1 


000 


0-2 


.000 2 


4 


375 


1-2 


.500 4- 


4 1 


500 


1 


,000 





429 


3-5 


,600 





333 


1-2 


,500 





750 


1-2 


.500 


1 


600 


0-0 


.000 1 


2 


000 


0-3 


.000 1 


2 


600 


3-3 


1.000 4 


4 1 


625 


2-4 


.500 1 


2 



Pet. 0-D Tot 




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NCAA TOURNAHCNT5 



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FINAL FOUR 



Blake's 

Category 

Points 

FG 



F6A 
3F6 
3FGA 

FT 
FTA 

Rebounds 

Assists 
Blocks 

Steals 

Minutes 



Career Highs 

# Opponent/Date 
17 vs. Florida State, 3-1-00 
6 vs. George Mason, 3- 15-01 
6 vs.FloridaState,3-l-00 
13 vs. Duke, 1-9-00 
4 at Clemson, 2-22-00 
8 at. North Carolina, 2-10-01 
4 six times 
8 at. Penn, 12-9-00 
8 vs.Duke,3-!0-01 
8 vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 
vs.Stony Brook, 12-6-00 
vs. Clemson, 2-4-01 
vs. UCU, 3-18-00 
vs.Tulane, 11-19-99 
vs. Duke, 1-9-00 
vs. Virginia, 3-4-00 



was Steve Smith ... At Miami Senior:The starting point guard 
at Miami Senior High School as a junior ... led Miami Senior to 
a 36-1 record and the 6A Florida state championship . . . team 
was ranked No. 4 in the final rankings by USA Today ... was an 
honorable mention All-America selection by USA fodoy.all-state 
second team selection, all-county first team choice and a mem- 
ber of the state championship series all-tournament team . . . 
all-tournament team selection atthe lolaniTournament (Hawaii) 
... was selected to the all-tournament team and named the 
most valuable player at the Chelsea Tournament (Boston) . . . 
scored 1 4 points, 1 2 from 3-point range, as Miami won the 1998 
state championship . . . scored 1 7 points for Miami Senior while 
defeating Dillard in the Wilt Chamberlain Rising Star Shootout 
with the tournament's namesake in attendance . . . played for 
coach Frank Martin .. . At Miami Killian: Played on the varsity 
as a freshman and sophomore at Miami Killian ... starting point 
guard who led Killian to a 33-3 record and to the semifinals of 
the 6A state tournament ... the first point guard to take Killian 
to the state semifinals in 19 years . . . named to the state cham- 
pionship series all-tournament team and was an all-state hon- 
orable mention selection . . . earned all-tournament team hon- 
ors in the junior Orange Bowl Classic as a freshman and sopho- 

Blake's Career Statistics 



Blake's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 




Date Opponent 


G-GS 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


0-0 Tot P 


A TO B S Pts 


N17 USF 




26 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 1 


6 6 14 


N19 lulane 




34 


3-6 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 2 


11 6 6 8 


N22 f Dickinson 




25 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 4 




N24 Kentucky 




34 


2-4 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 2 




N26 Notre Dame 




35 


4-9 


.444 


3-4 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 4 




N30 Iowa 




27 


1-7 


.143 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 3 




04 Illinois 




32 


1-3 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 4 


11 4 2 2 


D5 Geo.Wastiington 




34 


1-6 


.167 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 2 




D7 Winthrop 




33 


2-7 


.286 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




D11 Kentucky 




34 


5-9 


.556 


2-6 


.333 


4-5 


.800 


0-2 2 




D26 George Mason 




36 


2-7 


.286 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-4 5 




D30 OMBC 




19 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1,000 


0-1 1 




J2 Coastal Carolina 




24 


4-10 


.400 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 3 




J6 NC State 




37 


2-6 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1,000 


0-4 4 


9 5 10 6 


J9 Duke 




38 


5-13 


.385 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


,000 


0-6 6 


8 3 6 12 


J16 Georgialech 




31 


2-8 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 5 


8 3 3 4 


J19 Wake Forest 




29 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 3 


7 3 2 


J22 Clemson 




30 


3-5 


.600 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 2 


7 2 5 10 


J27 North Carolina 




35 


1-7 


.143 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 3 


9 5 2 3 


J29 Florida State 




36 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 4 


7 10 2 2 


F2 Virginia 




29 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-6 7 


6 2 15 


F6 NC State 




29 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


.167 


1-0 1 


8 1 


F9 Duke 




33 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


2 2 2 7 


F13 Temple 




36 


3-8 


.375 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 7 


7 7 2 9 


F16 Georgialech 




27 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 2 


4 2 14 


FI9 Wake Forest 




38 


4-7 


,571 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 2 


9 5 3 9 


F22 Clemson 




30 


5-7 


.714 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 5 


6 2 1 14 


F26 North Carolina 




34 


3-5 


.600 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-2 2 


5 2 1 10 


Ml Florida State 




30 


6-8 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 4 


10 1 1 2 17 


M4 Virginia 




43 


5-10 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


0-4 4 


6 3 2 16 


MIO Florida State {ACQ 




22 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 2 


5 113 2 


Mil NC State (ACC) 




31 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 2 


8 112 4 


Ml 2 Duke (ACC) 




39 


3-8 


,375 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 2 


3 6 17 


M16 lona(NCAA) 




34 


2-3 


,667 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-3 3 


2 7 2 5 


M18 UCLA (NCAA) 




31 


2-8 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 3 


6 3 2 2 5 



more ... all-county firstteamasasophomore and secondteam 
as a freshman . . . coach at Killian was Gabe Corchiani. 

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 
tournament (prior to his senior season at Oak Hill) . . . tied for 
the team lead in assists with 20, an average of 3.3 per game .. . 
credited with a team-high four assists in the gold medal game 
against Argentina ... had four assists in preliminary games 
against Canada and Cuba, and five vs. Brazil . . . scored a per- 
sonal-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 Cham- 
pionship Team which played in Portugal in July of 1999. 

Personal: Steven Hanson Blake .. . born Feb. 26, 1 980, in Hol- 
lywood, Fla. ... son of Richard and Cindy Blake ... the youngest 
of four children, with three older sisters . . . majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice . . . member of the National Honor 
Society and graduated fourth in his senior class at Oak Hill . . . 
played in the Charlie Weber InvitationalTournament in Cole Field 
House prior to both his junior and senior years in high school. 



Year 


0P-6S 


Min.-Avg. 


F6A 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


>ljf 


To 


BIk 


5t 


Pts.-Avg. 


m 


1999-00 


35-33 


1115-31.9 


86-211 


.408 


37-102 


.363 


35-51 


.686 


17-89 


106-3.0 


81-0 


217 


127 


10 


71 


244-7.0 




2000-01 


36-36 


1036-28.8 


83-208 


.399 


37-94 


.394 


45-63 


.714 


25-83 


108-3.0 


83-3 


248 


111 


7 


57 


248-6.9 


» 


Career 


71-69 


2151-30.3 


169-419 


.403 


74-196 


.378 


80-114 


.702 


42-172 


214-3.0 


164-3 


465 


238 


17 


128 


492-6.9 


2 
z 


Blake 


s ACC Statistics 






























90 


Year 


6P-6S 


Min.-Avg. 


f6A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


RebAvg. 


PFD 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


Sf 


Pts.-Avg. 





1999-00 


15-14 


529-33.1 


43-97 


.443 


18-47 


.383 


19-28 


.679 


4-50 


54-3.4 


41-C 


111 


41 


2 


31 


123-7.7 


? 


2000-01 


16-16 


467-29.2 


40-99 


,404 


16-44 


.364 


20-25 


.800 


10-33 


43-2.7 


36-2 


100 


46 


3 


26 


116-7.3 


m 


Career 


32-30 


996-31.1 


83-196 


.423 


34-91 


.374 


39-53 


.736 


1483 


97-3.0 


77-2 


211 


87 


5 


57 


239-7.5 





59 



Blake 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 




























Year 


CPGS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


Sf 


Pts.-Avg. 


^^^^ 


1999-00 
2000-01 


2-2 
5-5 


65-32.5 
158-31.6 


4-11 .363 
17-30 .567 


1-2 
6-12 


.500 
.500 


1-1 

7-11 


1.000 
.636 


2-4 
3-7 


6-3,0 
10-2,0 


2-0 
14-0 


8 
30 


10 
21 


2 
1 


4 
5 


10-5.0 
47-9.4 


Career 


7-7 


223-31.9 


21-41 .512 


7-14 


.500 


8-12 


.667 


5-11 


16-2.3 


16-0 


38 


31 


3 


9 


57-8.1 


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ALL-AMEmCANDIDATE 

All-America shooting guard among the most dynamic scor ability as he drives to the basket.The thing I like most about Juan is 

ers and all-around players in the country . . . rated the 't^at he has no fear of anybody that plays against him. He is not 

nation's top 1 or 2 shooting guards by multiple preseason afraid to place himself in pressure situations. He's one of the most 

publications prior to leading Maryland to the Final four in 2001 Positive players I've coached in terms of staying with his shot and 

. . . second-year preseason candidate for the Naismith and Wooden ""' '^tti"? slumps or setbacks get in his way. He's very resilient." 
Player of the Year awards . . . slashing scorer who creates well off 

the dribble and makes opportunities both for himself and tor team- 2000-01 : Started all 36 games . . . third team All-America selec- 
mates . . . described by teammates as "fearless" ... first Terp since 'i"" tiV to'^ef'"'" f'f"" and the NABC . . . honorable mention All- 
Joe Smith and just the fifth overall to eam ACC first team honors in American by the /Issoc/flferf Press . . . All-NCAA West Region . . . first 
back-to-back seasons ... can become the onlyTerrapin besides John team AII-ACC ... first team ACC All-Tournament ... ACC All-Defen- 
Lucas (1974-76) to earn first team distinction in three consecutive siveleam . . . shared team MVP honors with Lonny Baxter ... ACC 








Guard 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Calvert Hall) 
6-3 -le'i- Senior, 3V 



60 





seasons . . . can also become the onlyTerp besides Lucas 
ever to lead Maryland in scoring in three straight sea 
sons ... led Maryland with 18.0 and 18.2 points 
per game as a sophomore and a junior, respectively 
. . . also led Maryland and the ACC with 2.7 and 
2.6 steals, respectively in each of those seasons 
can become just the fourth player in ACC his- 
tory to lead the circuit in steals in three 
straight seasons, including 
Maryland's Johnny Rhodes 
(1994-96) ... 13th player in 
Maryland history to amass 
1,500 points in a career... 
currently 13th among ca- 
reer scoring leaders, 
third in steals and 
third in 3FGs... en- 
ters his senior cam- 
paign 615 points 
shy of the Maryland 
career scoring record, 
after averaging 642 in 
each of the past two 
seasons . . . enters his se- 
nior campaign 104 thefts shy 
of Rhodes' school and league 
record 344 careersteals . . . he would 
become only the second ACC player be 
sides Rhodesd lOin 1996) everto record 100 
steals in a season, after making 95 and 96 thefts 
in each of the last two years . . . needs 40 3FGs to break 
Rhodes' school record for career 3FGs ... fifth player in 
Maryland history to score 30 points or more at least five 
times (Walt Williams-1 5, Joe Smith-7, Len Bias-6, John 
Lucas-5, Juan Dixon-5) . . . scored in double figures in 
66 of his last 71 games ... has never fouled out in 105 
career games. 






steals leader for second straight season with 2.6 per game . . . fifth 
n ACC with 1 8.2 points per game, fourth in ACC games with a 
19.1-point average . . . also averaged 4.3 rebounds and 2.6 
assists ... in the NCAA Tourney, averaged 17.0 points, 5.2 re- 
bounds and 2.8 steals . . . ranked 13th among NCAA steals 
leaders, and 26th among free throw shooting leaders . . . 
scored in double figures in 34 of 36 games as a junior, and 
posted steals in 35 of 36 games . . . second in the ACC in 
free throw percentage at 86.5 percent . . . second-high- 
est free throw percentage in Maryland history, and the 
best of any player with 100 or more attempts . . . made 
school-record 40 consecutive free throws to open the ACC 
season . . . made 60 of 61, with another streak of 20 
;traight finished junior season with the third- 
best Maryland campaigns in steals (95) 
and 3-point field goals (62) ... 
enjoyed one stretch with 19 
I or more points in 11 

,„^.,^^ consecutive 
j^^ games, and 12 of 
^~ 13 ... season- 
high 30 points at 
home against Wake Forest 
and NC State . . . ended the regular season with 30 points 
against NC State, 23 vs. Oklahoma, 28 at Duke and 21 
against Virginia ... ACC Player of the Week in each of 
the regular season's final two weeks . . . scoreless at 
halftime against No. 15 Oklahoma, changed shoes 
at halftime and blistered the Sooners for 23 points 
in the second period, prompting OU coach Kelvin 
Sampson to say"he's as good as advertised" . . . three 
nights later, Dixon shot 11 of 20 from the floor and 
added five steals as the Terps beat Duke at Cameron In- 
door Stadium for the second straight season . . . reaction 
from Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, "Dixon was literally 
sensational . . . scored 28 points with a career-high 
eight steals against Georgia Tech on Jan. 6 . . . 
tied a career-high with 11 rebounds vs. 
Clemson on Feb. 4, producing the second 
double-double of his career . . . matched a ca- 
reer-high with eight assists against Chicago 
State on Dec. 27. 



Williams on Dixon: "Well, everybody knows 
Juan's story by now, but what I like about Juan is 
that he is not satisfied. He has already won a tremen- 
dous amount of awards, but what is great is watching him 
score against teams whose defense is really geared to stopping him. 

It's just really incredible.His play in big games is great because there 1999-00: Honorable mention All-America guard . . . first-team All- 
are some guys who can score a lot of points, but when it comes to ^^ . . . ACC All-Defensive first team . . . first team ACC All-Tourna- 
the big games they may not want to take the big shot. Juan is the "^^ "' ■ ■ ■ twice named ACC Player of the Week . . . started all 35 
kind of playerthat just wants the ball in key situations against good games as a sophomore, leading the ACC in steals (2.7) and finish- 
teams. He has dramatically improved his ball handling,and he has '"9 second in the league with 18.0 points per game . . . also was 
become a very good outside shooter to complement his scoring second in the league with a 19.8-point clip in ACC games only . . . 



KRPNOTt; D'mn is a clashing, tireless, relentless playmaker on both ends of the floor. 




^ F'H? 




EIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOUKNAHCNTS 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 



630 points were the ninth-highest figure in Maryland history , . . 
averaged a team-high 34.0 minutes per game . . . also led Mary- 
land with 49 3-point field goals ... was fourth in the ACC in free 
throw percentage (.790) and sixth in assists (3.6) ... his 96 steals 
rank as the second-best season total in Maryland history and es- 
tablished a new sophomore class record . . . shot 46.2 percent over- 
all and 36.3 percent from 3-point range . . . 44.8 percent shooting 
from long distance in conference games . . . scored in double fig- 
ures in 32 of 35 games ... 20 points or more on 1 3 occasions, and 
at least 30 points three times . . . career-high 33 points vs. Georgia 
Tech came on 1 2 of 1 7 shooting from the floor and 4-of-5 3-point- 
ers on Feb. 16 . . . also had 31 points in a road loss to the Yellow 
Jackets on Jan. 16 . . . matched his 31 -point effort in theTerps'98- 
87 win at Duke on Feb. 9 ... shot 14 of 1 9 against Duke at Cameron 
Indoor Stadium . . . opened the season with three straight 20-plus 
career scoring performances — 20 vs. San Francisco, 25 vs.Tulane 
and 26 against Fairleigh Dickinson . . . career rebounding high of 
1 1 vs. Kentucky at Madison Square Garden . . . notched first double- 
double with 18-point, lO-rebound effort against Coastal Carolina 
. . . team leader in free throws ( 1 1 3) and percentage, shot 8 of 1 
in NCAA first round game vs. lona ... was 10 of 12 at the stripe at 
Georgia Tech ... was perfect from the line in seven straight games 
from Nov. 22 to Dec. 1 ... buried career-best five three-point field 
goals on three different occasions ... was 5-of-7 behind the arc vs. 
Tulane,5-of-10atTemple,and5-of-9 against North Carolina at Cole 
on Feb. 26 . . . recorded three or more steals on 21 different occa- 
sions ... had six straight games of three or more steals from Jan. 
27 at North Carolina to Feb. 13 at Temple. 

1998-99: Earned honorable mention ACC All-Freshman honors as 
he averaged 7.4 points and 2.6 rebounds ... led all ACC freshmen 
insteals(50)andstealspergame(1.5) ... his 50 steals rank as the 
second-best single-season effort by a Maryland freshman behind 
Johnny Rhodes' 71 during the 1993 season . . . became the first 
freshman in school history to lead the Terps in free-throw percent- 
age (.830) ... his 36 3-point shots made ranks tied as the second- 
best effort by a Maryland freshman ... his 97 attempts from be- 
yond the arc also ranks second among all freshmen in school his- 
tory . . . Johnny Rhodes (59-173) is the freshmen leader in both 
categories during the 1993 season . . . among the freshmen lead- 
ers in the ACC in 3-point shooting ... his 36 3-poinI shots made 
ranked fourth while his .371 shooting percentage ranked second 
only to Chris Dawson of Wake Forest among ACC freshmen ... be- 
gan 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 Wake Forest on Jan. 31 ... in his 
ACC debut, added 14 points in 16 minutes against Wake Forest in 
Cole Field House on Dec.3 ... 1 2 points against DePaul in the cham- 
pionship game of the BB&T Classic on Dec. 8 ... hit two game- 
clinching free throws to lead Maryland past Virginia on Jan. 7 in 
Charlottesville ... his two free throws came with 3.4 seconds re- 
maining and put theTerps up 71 -66 . . . scored seven points against 
Creighton in the second round of the NCAATournament . . . played 
1 7 minutes,scored five points and added one assist against St.John's 
in an NCAA Sweet Sixteen game. 

1997-98: Redshirt season ... originally signed with Maryland 
during the fall 1996 recruiting period . . . began practice with the 
team in December 1997. 

High School: Graduated in 1997 from Calvert Hall High School in 
Baltimore . . . two-time All-Metro first-team selection by the M- 
timore Sun ...All-Baltimore City/County first-team selection by the 



Dixon's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Junior) 



Date Opponent 

N20 vs Louisville 

N21 vs lilinois 

N22 vs, Dayton 

N29 vs. Wisconsin 

D2 vs. Michigan 

D3 vs.Gco.Washington 

06 Stony Brook 

D9 at Pennsylvania 

013 UMBC 

023 Norfolk State 

D27 Chicago State 

030 UMES 

J2 at Clemson 

J6 Georgia lech 

JIO North Carolina 

J14 at Florida State 

J17 Wake Forest 

J21 at NC State 

J27 Ouke 

J31 at Virginia 

F4 Clemson 

F6 at Georgia Tech 

FIO at North Carolina 

F14 Florida State 

Ft 7 at Wake Forest 

F20 NC State 

F24 Oklahoma 

F27 at Duke 

M3 Virginia 

M9 Wake Forest (ACC) 

MIO Ouke (ACC) 

M15 Geo. Mason (NCAA) 

M17 Ga. State (NCAA) 

M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 

M24 Stanford (NCAA) 

M31 Ouke (NCAA) 



G-6SM 


n. FC-A 


Pet. 


3FC-A 




6 6-10 


600 


0-1 




9 4-13 


308 


0-2 




4 1-8 


125 


0-5 




5 5-13 


385 


0-1 




5 7-10 


700 






8 4-10 


400 






4 6-12 


500 






3 6-11 


545 






5 9-15 


600 






4 12-17 


706 






7 9-13 


692 






6 6-13 


462 






3 8-14 


571 






4 8-22 


364 






2 7-16 


438 






6 9-14 


643 






4 9-18 


500 




1-1 


1 0-2 


000 






8 6-14 


429 






2 4-15 


267 






I 4-12 


333 






7 8-12 


667 






7 6-16 


375 






2 3-11 


273 






5 7-14 


500 






2 11-12 


917 






7-14 


500 






9 11-20 


550 






5 7-11 


636 






6-17 


353 






6 7-20 


350 






6 7-16 


438 






5 5-10 


500 






4 4-8 


500 






5 7-10 


700 






8 6-17 


353 


4-10 



Pet. FT-A Pet. 0-D Tot 



,000 0-0 .000 0-1 



,667 3-3 1.000 1-5 



4-4 1.000 0-0 



750 2-2 1.000 1-3 

500 00 .000 2-3 

667 2-2 1.000 0-1 

556 2-2 1.000 1-2 



1.000 
1.000 



.333 10-10 i.OOO 



2-2 1.000 0-0 
4-4 1.000 1-3 



3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 



333 2-2 1.000 4-1 



,667 4-4 1.000 



,333 0-0 ,000 2-5 
7-7 1,000 1-4 



3-3 1.000 0-5 



Dixon's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 



Date Opponent 

N17 USF 

N19 Tulane 

N22 F. Dickinson 

N24 Kentucky 

N26 Notre Dame 

N30 Iowa 

04 Illinois 

05 Geo, Washington 
07 Winthrop 

Oil Kentucky 

027 George Mason 

030 UMBC 

J2 Coastal Carolina 

J7 NC State 

J9 Duke 

)16 Georgia lech 

J19 Wake Forest 

J22 Clemson 

J27 North Carolina 

)29 Florida State 

F2 Virginia 

F6 NC State 

F9 Duke 

F13 Temple 

F16 Georgia Tech 

F19 Wake Forest 

F22 Clemson 

F26 North Carolina 

Ml Florida State 

M4 Virginia 

MIO Florida State (ACC) 

Mil NC State (ACC) 

M12 Duke (ACC) 

M16 lona (NCAA) 

M18 UCLAINCAA) 



F6-A 

9-17 



8-14 
3-17 



1-1 35 7-12 



1-1 33 5-15 

1-1 34 5-17 

1-1 35 6-15 

1-1 25 3-8 

1-1 27 8-14 

1-1 31 7-11 

1-1 30 6-18 

1-1 34 10-18 



1-1 32 7-14 

1-1 38 6-13 

1-1 36 5-15 

1-1 35 14-19 

1-1 39 8-22 

1-1 34 12-17 

1-1 32 7-14 



1-1 38 8-17 

1-1 32 5-14 

M 38 3-12 

1-1 26 5-8 

1-1 34 914 

1-1 37 8-15 

11 32 5-12 



Pet. 3FG-A 


529 0-3 


667 5 




571 1 




176 




272 3 




583 1 




500 1 




444 1 




333 




294 




400 




375 




571 




636 




333 




556 1 




500 




455 4 




400 4 




500 2 




462 




333 




737 




364 5- 


10 


706 4 




500 3 




444 1 




471 5 




357 1 




250 1 




625 




643 1 




533 1 




417 2 




333 2 





Pet. FT-A Pet. 0-D Toi 



500 10-12 .833 3-3 



1.000 
I.OOO 



7-10 700 1-2 



•5 I.OOO 1-2 

■4 .750 0-0 

■2 1.000 0-4 

2 .000 1-3 

.500 3-4 .750 1-3 

3-6 .500 1-5 

2-2 1.000 3-4 

2-5 .400 2-5 

2-2 1.000 4-1 

.400 8-10 ,800 4-5 



lERPNOTt: Dixon conjoin John Lucas as the only Terps to lead Maryland in scoring through three straight s 



CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS • 2001 FINAL FOUR 



62 



Sfl/r/more 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 sea- 
son ...shot nearly 90 percent from the free-throw line as a senior ... 
averaged 21 .9 points while shooting 47 percent from the field as a 
junior ... led Calvert Hall to the Catholic League Tournament finals 
during his sophomore.junior and senior seasons ...Calvert Hall won 
consecutive MIAA A conference championships with Dixon in the 
lineup . . . named the Most Valuable Player at the Eastern States 
Christmas Tournament his senior season ... played in the Capital 
Classic at USAirways Arena ...scored a career-high 46 points against 
Washington, D.C., city champion and top-ranked Anacostia in De- 
cember of his senior season in the Gonzaga/DC. Boy's Basketball 
Classic ... scored a game-high 26 points to lead Calvert Hall past 
Good Counsel, 56-49,in the opening round of the early seasonTow- 
son CatholicTip-OffTournament ...named tournament Most Valu- 
able Player as he rallied Calvert Hall to the championship of the 
Bishop McCorriston Tournament ... scored 27 points to lead the 
Cardinals past the host team in a 60-55 championship game vic- 
tory ... the first player from Calvert Hall to attend an ACC school 
since DuaneFerrell played at Georgia Tech from 1985-88 ...coach 
was Mark Amatucci . . . played his freshman season at Lake Clifton 



Dixon's 


Career Hiqhs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


33 


vs. Georgia Tech, 2-16-00 


FG 


14 


at Duke, 2-9-00 


FGA 


22 


vs.Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 




22 


vs.Temple,2-13-00 


3FG 


5 


four times 


3FGA 


10 


vs. Duke, 3-31-01 




10 


«s,Temple,2-13-00 


FT 


11 


vs.Georgia Tech,1-6-01 


FTA 


12 


at Georgia Tech,l-15-00 


Rebounds 


11 


vs.Clemson, 2-4-01 




11 


vs. Kentucky, 11 -24-99 


Assists 


8 
8 


vs.Chicago State, 12-27-00 
vs. Florida State, 3-10-00 


Blocks 


2 

2 
2 


vs. Georgetown, 3-22-01 
vs.F.Dickinson,11-22-99 
vs. North Carolina, 2-26-00 


Steals 


8 


vs.Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 


Minutes 


39 


vs. Duke, 2-27-01 




39 


vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 




39 


vs.Temple,2-13-00 



High School before transferring to Calvert Hall. 

International: Dixon joined Terrapin teammate Lonny Baxter in 
leading the United States to a bronze medal at the 2001 World Uni- 
versity Games in Beijing, China ... led the U.S. in points and steals, 
averaging 19.3 points and 3.0 steals in eight games ... led the U.S. 
in scoring five times, including 26 in a semifinal loss to China,and 24 
in a bronze medal game vs. Germany . . . posted six steals in a sec- 
ond round game vs.South Africa . . . broke Allen Iverson's USA WUGs 
record for steals ... Dixon had 24, Iverson had 20 (2.9) in 1995 ... 
led the U.S. with 24.3 minutes per game and shot 17-of-19from the 
foul stripe during the tournament . . . also set USA record with five 
three-pointers against Germany and 24 field goal attempts against 



China ... his 3-pointer with 35 seconds remaining against China 
provided the game's final points in an 83-82 setback 

Personal: Juan Dixon . . . born Oct. 9, 1978 ... guided by his 
grandparents Roberta Graves, Winonia Dixon and Warnick Graves; 
aunts Janice Dixon, Shelia Dixon,Sherrice Driver and Victoria Roles; 
uncles Mark Smith, Tony Dixon,and most importantly, brother Phil 
Dixon ... the second of three children born to Juanita and Phil 
Dixon.Jr. ... has an older brother, Phil (25),a younger sister Nichole 
(18) and a younger brother Jermaine Cooper (12) ... Phil was a 
Division III Ail-American at Shenandoah (Va.) College where he 
established school records for career points (2,297) and assists 
(889) . . . majoring in family studies. 



Dixon's 1998-99 Game by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 




Date Opponent CCS Min. FG-A Pet. 3fOA Pet. FT-A Pet. 00 Tot PF A TO 


B S Pti 


N14 Wfestern Carolina 1-0 21 5-9 .556 4-7 .571 0-0 ,000 1-89022 


1 14 


N17 UMBC 1-0 13 2-7 .286 2-6 


333 1-2 .500 M 2 4 2 2 


2 7 


N20 Hofstra 1-0 15 3-7 .429 1-3 


333 2-4 .500 1-45104 


2 9 


N23 Duquesne 1-0 23 2-2 1.000 1-1 1 


000 5-6 ,556 0-55343 


1 10 


N26 AU Puerto Rico 1-0 11 4-5 .800 2-3 


667 4-4 1.000 0-22001 


1 14 


N27 UCtA 1-0 17 3-8 .375 3-6 


500 2-2 1.000 0-11110 


4 11 


N28 Pittsburgh 1-0 16 5-7 .714 1-2 


500 1-1 1.000 2-13233 


3 12 


03 Wake Forest 1-0 16 4-6 .667 3-5 


600 3-4 .750 0-55223 


1 14 


06 Stanford 1-0 12 0-3 .000 0-1 


000 0-0 000 0-00110 





D7 DePaul 1-0 21 2-5 .400 1-2 


500 7-8 .875 2-24243 


2 12 


012 Kentucky 1-0 13 1-5 .200 0-2 


000 5-5 1.000 2-02321 


2 7 


D19 Princeton 1-0 18 4-6 .667 3-4 


750 2-2 1.000 0-11331 


2 13 


023 NorrliTexas 1-0 22 3-13 .231 0-6 


000 0-0 .000 4-26031 


4 6 


027 Soutli Carolina St. 1-0 20 3-5 .600 1-3 


333 0-0 .000 0-44325 


4 7 


J3 Duke 1-0 17 1-4 .250 0-3 


000 1-2 .500 0-22311 


1 3 


J7 Virginia 1-0 14 1-2 .500 0-0 


000 2-2 1.000 1-23403 


4 


J10 NCState 1-0 13 1-2 .500 0-1 


000 0-0 .000 0-00111 


1 2 


J13 North Carolina 1-0 9 3-5 .600 0-1 


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


6 


J19 GeorgiaTech 1-0 13 2-6 .333 1-4 


250 0-0 .000 0-22302 


1 2 5 


J24 Clemson 1-0 6 0-1 .000 0-1 


000 0-0 .000 0-00100 





J27 Florida State 1-0 13 4-6 .667 0-1 


000 2-2 1.000 0-22222 


2 10 


J31 Wake forest 1-0 21 6-11 .545 4-7 


571 2-2 1.000 0-44320 


1 18 


F3 Duke 1-0 15 2-7 ,000 0-0 


000 0-0 .000 0-00201 


4 


F6 Virginia 1-0 18 4-9 .444 3-6 


500 0-0 .000 1-12 4 10 


2 11 


FIO NCState 1-0 15 0-4 .000 0-2 


000 0-0 .000 1-12 2 1 


2 


F13 North Carolina 1-0 12 3-4 .750 1-1 1 


000 0-1 .000 0-11111 


7 


F21 GeorgiaTech 1-0 17 4-8 .500 1-1 1 


000 3-3 1.000 1-45040 


1 12 


F24 Clemson 1-0 11 0-4 .000 0-2 


000 0-0 .000 1-12 13 





F27 Florida State 1-0 10 2-3 .667 0-0 


000 0-0 .000 0-00111 


2 4 


M5 Florida State (ACC) 1-0 11 3-6 .500 1-2 


500 1-1 1.000 2-02210 


1 8 


M6 No. Carolina (ACC) 1-0 13 1-4 .250 0-1 


000 0-0 .000 2-13011 


2 2 


M11 Valparaiso (NCAA) 1-0 8 2-6 .333 1-2 


500 1-2 .500 1-23301 


6 


M13 Creighton (NCAA) 1-0 13 3-5 .600 1-2 


500 0-0 .000 1-0 1 1 3 


1 5. 


M18 St. John's (NCAA) 1-0 17 2-7 .286 1-5 


200 0-0 .000 1-2 3 1 3 


1 5 



Dixon's Career Statistics 




Year 


GPGS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.Avg. 


1998-99 


34-0 


505-14.9 


85-192 


.443 


36-97 


.371 


44-53 


.830 


28-60 


88-2.6 


59-0 


47 


50 


1 


50 


250-7.4 


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 


630-18.0 


2000-01 


36-36 


1098-30.5 


232-480 


.483 


62-151 


.411 


128-148 


.865 


46-107 


153-4.3 


75-0 


93 


86 


8 


95 


654-18.2 


CAREER 


105-71 


2793-26.6 


551-1178 


.468 


147-383 


.384 


285-344 


.828 


150-283 


433-4.1 


210-0 


267 


266 


19 


241 


1534-14.6 


Dixon 


s ACC Statistics 






























Year 


GPGS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


RebAvg. 


PFD 


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 


74-4.6 


34-0 


52 


51 


6 


45 


316-19.8 


2000-01 


16-16 


488-30.5 


108-223 


.484 


22-58 


.379 


67-74 


.905 


25-42 


67-4.2 


41-0 


37 


43 


3 


41 


305-19.1 


CAREER 


48-32 


1265-26.4 


261-545 


.479 


61-155 


.394 


138-161 


.857 


55-118 


173-3.6 


105-0 


106 


113 


10 


101 


72115.0 


Dixon 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 




























Year 


GPGS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


1998-99 


3-0 


38-12.7 


7-18 


.389 


3-9 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


3-4 


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 


12-6.0 


5-0 


11 


11 





3 


36-18.0 


2000-01 


5-5 


178-35.6 


29-61 


.475 


9-24 


.375 


18-21 


.857 


4-22 


26-5.2 


10-0 


12 


14 


3 


14 


85-17.0 


CAREER 


10-7 


287-28.7 


47-109 


.431 


16-45 


.356 


29-37 


.784 


13-32 


45-4.5 


19-0 


24 


29 


3 


18 


13913.9 



I[RPHOT£: Dixon conjoin John Lucas as the only Terps to be voted first team All- ACC in three straight seasons. 




i fe^'M^ 







!lii.#fc ^ 






HOLDEN 

Forward 

Red Bank, NJ. 

(Red Bank Regional) 

6-10 -2ii7- Junior, 2V 




V£ NCAA TOURNAHCNT5 

Third-year player who may work his way into a starting role 
in 2001-02 ... has been a key contributor off the bench 
in each of the past two seasons . . . player with excellent 
size who plays a physical role in the interior, and who also steps 
out and hits the 3-pointer ... has hit 21 of 44 (47.7 percent) 3- 
point field goals in his career . . . provides theTerps with a domi- 
nating inside presence while maintaining mobility enough to 
score and defend away from the basket ... has played some of 
his best games in Maryland's biggest games . . . president of 
Maryland's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) . . . 
a representative on the ACC's Student-Athlete Advisory 
Council, was voted the vice president of the league's SAAC 
in September. 

Williams on Holden:"When we recruitedTahj, the 
report was that he was a very good player but 
that he was kind of soft. To his credit, Tahj 
has become one of our strongest and 
toughest players. I can't say 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 a 
in their face. He is very 
tough, very physical. He 
made a big differ- 
ence in our team last 
year when he came 
backfrom his broken 
foot. Without Tahj, 
we would not have 
been in the Final 
Four because his in- 
side defense was key 
against teams like 
Stanford. I expect Tahj, very 
much like Lonny Baxter, to im- 
prove each year. As a junior, he has 
a great chance to be a starter for us. 
' He is very smart. He is one of those play 
ers who, as a coach, you don't have to say 
things twice to him." 

2000-01 : Played in 27 games, averaging 4.5 points 

and 2.3 rebounds in 12.1 minutes per contest ... 

turned in some of his best performances down the 

stretch as theTerps boasted one of the deepest and 

best rebounding teams in the NCAA Tournament . . . 

averaged 6.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and shot 52.9 

percent from the field during five NCAA Tournament 

games . . . came off the bench to score 10 points 

and grab five rebounds in 10 minutes of play against 

Georgetown in the Sweet Sixteen, then followed 

with a 14-point effort against Stanford in the 

NCAA West Region final ... hit 3-of-4 3-point 

field goal attempts against the Cardinal to 

match a career-high, and made 12-of-25 

3FGs for the season . . . career-high eight ^ 

free throws against Stanford ... had nine "^ 

points against Virginia in the regular season finale, and 

posted 1 during just seven minutes of play against Duke in the 



• ZOOI FINAL FOUR 

ACC semifinals . . . season-high 23 minutes against Wisconsin in 
the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 29 . . . season-high seven re- 
bounds in 98-96 overtime loss to Duke at Cole Field House . . . 
played in each of the Terps' final 20 games after missing nine 
games with a broken bone (fifth metatarsal) in his left foot . . . 
broke the bone in practice on Dec. 7 and had successful surgery 
to insert a screw into the foot on Dec.9 . . . returned for the Wake 
Forest game where he saw 12 minutes of action,forced a techni- 
cal foul and immediately commanded a physical presence in the 
paint. 

1999-00: Played in all 35 games and drew three 
starts as a true freshman . . . averaged 3.3 points 
and 2.0 rebounds in over 1 2 minutes per game . . . 
one of three Terp freshmen to appear in all 35 con- 
tests ... played 23 minutes in his first career 
start, vs. Clemson (Jan. 22), while taking the 
place of injured Ail-American Terence Morris . . . 
responded with 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting 
and 10 rebounds for his only double-double . . . 
also had 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 Tourna- 
ment win over lona in place of Danny 
Miller who missed the game with an 
ankle injury ... contrib- 
uted four points and 




four rebounds in a 
season-high 30 min- 
utes . . . season-high 
17 points on 5 of 7 
shooting, including 3 
of 3 treys, against Wake 
Forest (Jan. 19) ... in back-to- 
back games against Wake and 
Clemson, scored 29 points with 1 6 re- 
bounds ... shot 9-of-l 3 overall and 
was good on 3-of-4 3-pointers . . . 
named ACC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 
24 after performances vs. Wake Forest 
and Clemson . . . averaged 5.3 points and 
5.0 rebounds per game as a starter . . . scored 
nine points in 20 minutes off the bench in the 
ACCTournament title game vs.Duke . . . averaged 
a solid 1 4 minutes per game during conference ac- 
tion . , . shot 47.4 percent from 3-point range (9- 
of-19) ... shot 47.8 percent from the floor, over- 
all, in ACC play ... 26 blocked shots was 
third on the team. 



High School: Selected all-state by 
the Associated Press ... an all-state 
second-team choice following his senior season 
by the Gannett newspaper chain . . . all-state 
fourth team by New Jersey Hoops . . . played 
in the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Asso- 
ciation All-Star game following his senior 
season ... ranked as the 48th-best prep 
player entering the collegiate ranks for the 1 999-2000 season by 




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TKPHOTt: Terrapin big man lahj Holden spreads the defense with nearly 50 percent 3-point accuracy 




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the ACC Area Journal and Recruiter's Handbook ... a three-year 
starter at Red Bank ... Red Bank was ranked as the top public 
high school team in the state of New Jersey during his senior 
season ... ranked 14th in the final poll of the 1 999 season by 
New Jersey Hoops ... an All-Shore first-team selection as a se- 
nior by the Asbury Park Press . . . named the area high school 
player of the year by the Asbury Park Press following his senior 
season . . . scored 1,025 career points to rank in the top 10 in 
school history . . . averaged 14.6 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 Tour- 
nament virtory over Lakewood . . . scored 24 points, 1 1 rebounds, 
six assists and five blocked shots against Lakewood in the Shore 
Conference Tournament semifinals ... hit two pressure-packed 
free throws with 23 seconds remaining in the Shore Conference 
championship game to lead Red Bank to a 44-43 victory over 
Christian Brothers Academy . . . blocked nine shots against Nep- 
tune in the tournament guarterfinals ... averaged 14.4 points, 
6.8 rebounds, 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 III cham- 
pionshipgameasa junior . . . coached by Steve Johnson . . . shot 
13-of-21 (.619) from the field.grabbed 12 rebounds, had seven 
assists, six steals and five blocked shots to lead his AAU team - 
the Central Jersey Hawks - to the championship game of the 
AAU national tournament and was named AAU All-America first- 
team . . . ranked as the nation's 46th-best prep product enter- 
ing his senior season by Fastbreak Magazine. 

International: Attended USA Basketball Trials in Summer 2001 
and was invited to U.S.training camp with Maryland teammates 
Lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon for competition at the 2001 World 
University Games ... he later declined the invitation to rest for 
upcoming college season . . . helped lead the U.S.to a gold medal 
at the 1 998 World Youth Games in Moscow during the summer 
prior to his senior season at Red Bank. 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 






Personal: Tahj Jarod Holden (first name rhymes with Dodge) 
... born Jan. 17, 1981 ... son of Debbie Holden ...was student 
council president as a senior at Red Bank High ... a semifinalist 
in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. 




Holden's 


Career Highs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


17 


vs.Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


FG 


5 
5 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 
vs.Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


FGA 


10 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 


3FG 


3 
3 


vs. Stanford, 3-24-01 
vs.Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


3FGA 


4 


vs. Stanford, 3-24-01 


FT 


7 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FTA 


8 


vs. Stanford, 3-24-01 




8 


vs.Coastal Carolina, 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 
3 


vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
vs. lona, 3-16-00 


Minutes 


30 


vs. lona, 3-16-00 



Holden's ZOOO-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore 


) 


Date Opponent G-6S Min. FGA Pa. IFCA Pet. FTA Pet. 


D Tot 


PF A TO B S Pts 


N20 vs.Louisville 1-0 14 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 


3 3 


112 13 


N21 vs.lllinols 1-0 7 2-3 .667 1 


1 1 


000 0-0 


000 


1 I 


10 5 


N22 vs.Dayton 1-0 8 0-1 .000 





000 3-4 


750 1 


3 4 


3 2 3 


N29 vs.V^isconsin 1-0 23 2-4 .500 1 


1 1 


000 0-0 


000 1 


1 2 


4 2 15 


D2 vs.Michigan 1-0 15 2-4 .500 





000 1-4 


250 2 


1 3 


2 5 


D3 vs.Geo.Wasliington 1-0 17 1-4 .250 


1 


000 2-4 


500 2 


4 6 


2 12 3 14 


D6 StonyBrook 1-0 13 0-0 ,000 





000 1-2 


500 





10 111 


D9 3t Pennsylvania dnp-inj 




D13 UMBC dnp-inj 




D23 Norfolk State dnp-inj 




D27 Chicago State dnp-inj 




D30 UMES dnp-inj 




J2 at Clemson dnp-inj 




J6 Georgia Tech dnp-inj 




J10 North Carolina dnp-inj 




J14 at Florida State dnp-inj 




J17 Wake Forest 1-0 12 0-4 ,000 0-2 ,000 3-7 .429 1-1 2 


1110 3 


J21 atNCState 1-0 13 1-1 1.000 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 0-2 2 


2 4 


J27 Ouke 1-0 23 5-10 .500 1-3 


333 3-5 


600 2-5 7 


4 3 1 14 


J31 atVirginia 1-0 10 2-3 .667 2-3 


667 0-0 


000 0-2 2 


3 10 6 


F4 Clemson 1-0 2 1-4 .250 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 2-0 2 


2 


F6 atGeorgialech 1-0 14 1-2 .500 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


4 110 2 2 


FIO at North Carolina 1-0 3 0-1 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


10 10 


F14 Florida State 1-0 7 0-1 .000 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


10 


F17 atWakeForest 1-0 9 1-3 .333 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-2 2 


2 3 10 2 


F20 NC Stale 1-0 9 1-2 .500 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 1-2 3 


2 1110 2 


F24 Oklahoma 1-0 4 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


110 


F27 atDuke 1-0 14 2-2 1.000 1-1 1 


000 2-3 


667 1-1 2 


2 10 10 7 


M3 Virginia 1-0 13 4-6 .667 1-2 


500 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


2 119 


M9 Wake Forest (ACC) 1-0 15 1-2 .500 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-2 2 


10 2 


MIO Duke (ACC) 1-0 7 3-3 1.000 1-1 1 


000 3-3 1 


000 0-0 


4 1 1 10 


M15 Geo. Mason (NCAA) 1-0 16 1-1 1.000 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 0-2 2 


3 2 14 


M17 Georgia State (NCAA) 1-0 7 0-2 .000 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


10 


M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 1-0 14 3-4 .750 0-0 


000 4-5 


800 1-4 5 


2 1 1 10 


M24 Stanford (NCAA) 1-0 20 3-6 .500 3-4 


750 5-8 


625 0-2 2 


2 2 1 14 


M31 Duke (NCAA) 1-0 17 2-4 ,500 0-0 


000 0-2 


000 3-1 4 


4 10 4 


Holden's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 




Date Opponent CCS Min. FC-A Pet. 3FG-A Pet. FTA Pet. OD Tot 


PF A TO B S Pts 


N17 USF 1-0 11 0-0 ,000 0-0 000 2-2 1,000 0-0 


10 2 


N19 Tulane 1-0 1 0-0 ,000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 





N22 FDickinson 1-0 22 2-3 .667 1-1 1 


000 0-0 


000 0-4 4 


3 2 13 15 


N24 Kentucky 1-0 9 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


110 2 


N26 Notre Dame 1-0 17 0-1 ,000 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-1 1 


12 111 


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 


10 


D5 Geo.Washington 1-0 1 0-0 ,000 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-0 


1 


07 Winthrop 1-0 4 0-1 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


10 10 


D11 Kentucky t-0 5 0-1 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 1-0 1 


12 0, 


D27 George Mason 1-0 2 0-1 ,000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 





030 UMBC 1-0 12 0-2 ,000 0-0 


000 1-4 


250 1-2 3 


11110 1 


J2 Coastal Carolina 1-0 12 2-4 .500 1-2 


500 7-8 


875 1-2 3 


3 1 3 12 


J7 NC State 1-0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


1 10 10 


J9 Ouke 1-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


10 


J16 GeorgiaTech 1-0 8 1-2 .500 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 1-1 2 


5 12 


J19 Wake Forest 1-0 18 5-7 ,714 3-3 1 


000 4-6 


667 2-4 6 


3 1 17 


J22 Clemson 1-1 23 4-6 ,667 0-1 


000 4-7 


571 5-5 10 


3 1 5 1 12 


J27 North Carolina 1-0 15 0-4 .000 0-2 


000 0-0 


000 1-1 2 


2 10 10 


J29 Florida State 1-0 19 2-2 1.000 0-0 


000 0-2 


000 0-4 4 


3 10 114 


F2 Virginia 1-0 10 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 1-2 


500 0-0 


110 111 


F6 NC State 1-1 8 0-2 ,000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


J 


F9 Duke 1-0 17 1-2 ,500 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


2 10 2 


F13 Temple 1-0 8 0-0 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


1110 


F16 GeorgiaTech 1-0 18 3-4 .750 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 1-2 3 


3 5 12 8 


F19 Wake Forest 1-0 18 0-2 .000 0-1 


000 4-4 1 


000 1-4 5 


5 2 13 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 Florida State 1-0 7 0-3 .000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


110 2 


M4 Virginia 1-0 28 3-6 .500 0-1 


000 4-6 


667 1-3 4 


4 1 1 10 


MIO Florida State (ACC) 1-0 19 1-2 500 0-1 


000 3-5 


600 1-1 2 


3 10 15 


Mil NC State (ACC) 1-0 8 0-1 .000 0-0 


000 2-2 1 


000 0-3 3 


10 2 


M12 Duke (ACC) 1-0 20 3-3 1.000 1-1 1 


000 2-2 1 


000 2-0 2 


2 10 19 


M16 lona (NCAA) 1-1 30 1-6 ,167 0-2 


000 2-2 1 


000 0-4 4 


13 13 4 


M18 UCLA (NCAA) 1-0 15 1-3 ,333 1-1 1 


000 0-0 


000 0-1 1 


2 2 2 3 



TEBPNOTt: Holden scored 14 points, including i-of-4 S-point attempts, in Maryland's NCAA West Region title win over Stanford 




TahjHolden serves as president of Maryland's Student-Ath- > 

lete Advisory Council, and is the vice president of the ACCs — 

S.A.A.C. He was a keynote speaker at the Student-Athlete § 

Picnicto kick offthe 2001-02 school year. co 





Holden's Career Statistics 






























H 
in 


Year 


GP-Gi 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


iP-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


Sf 


Pts.-Avg. 


1999-00 


35-3 


431-12.3 


32-74 


.432 


9-19 


.474 


43-64 


.672 


20-49 


69-2.0 


61-2 


34 


7 


lb 


18 


116-3.3 


90 


2000-01 


27-0 


326-12,1 


39-79 


.494 


12-25 


.480 


31-51 


.608 


17-44 


61-2.3 


50-0 


15 


21 


13 


10 


121-4.5 


> 

z 


CAREER 


62-3 


757-12.2 


71-153 


.464 


21-44 


.477 


74-115 


.644 


37-93 


130-2.1 


111-2 


49 


28 


39 


28 


237-3.8 


Holden'sACC 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. 





1999-00 


16-2 


228-14.3 


22-46 


.478 


5-11 


.455 


22-34 


.647 


14-29 


43-2.7 


39-2 


18 


3 


16 


6 


71-4.4 


r 


2000-01 


12-0 


129-10.8 


18-39 


.462 


5-14 


.357 


10-17 


.588 


7-19 


26-2.2 


23-0 


10 


6 


3 


5 


51-4.3 




CAREER 


28-2 


357-12.8 


40-85 


.471 


10-25 


.400 


32-51 


.628 


21-48 


69-2.5 


62-2 


28 


9 


19 


11 


122-4.4 


65 


Holden' 


( NCAA Tournament Statistics 






























Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pa. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


mm 


1999-00 ' 


2-1 


45-22.5 


1-9 


Ill 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4-2.0 


3-0 


5 





1 


5 


7-3.5 


^^1 


2000-01 


5-0 


74-14.8 


9-17 


.529 


3-5 


.600 


11-17 


.647 


4-10 


14-2.8 


11-0 


1 


7 


1 


1 


32-6.4 


.MAHYLJ 


CAREER 


7-1 


119-17.0 


. 10-26 


.385 


4-8 


.500 


13-19 


.684 


4-14 


18-2.6 


14-0 


6 


7 


2 


6 


39-5.6 





I[lfPNOT£; Holden averaged nearly IS minutes per game in lost year's NCAA Tournament. 



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CIGHT CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



200I FINAL FOUR 




Guard/Forward 

Rayne, La. 

(Rayne/Tulane) 

6-6 -215 -Senior, IV 



U^ 





HONOeSUNDIDATE 



Maryland senior is one of four returning starters to 
Maryland's Final Four squad of 2001 . . . explosive scorer 
who worked his way into theTerps' starting lineup four 
games into 2000-01 . . . joins teammates Lonny Baxterand Juan 
Dixon as 1 ,000-point scorers on this season's roster ... an inside 
scoring threat with tremendous athletic ability ... scores in 
bunches and plays with contagious enthusiasm . . . aver- 
aged 13.5 points and 3.7 rebounds in 54 career games 
at Tulane, before transferring after the 1998-99 
season. 

Williams on Mouton: "Byron changed our 
team last year when he became a starter after 
the Maui tournament and Wisconsin game. Last 
year's team was interesting because we had some 
laid-back guys on the team, and Byron is not afraid 
to show his emotions.That, along with his ability as a 
basketball player, has really helped us. Byron is a scorer 
and he finds ways to score, but he also is a very tough 
defensive player. You need all five guys on the court who 
care about playing defense and that is what we had 
last year. Byron added to that when he came into the 
lineup because he was another guy who wanted to 
stop his man. He made his contributions on both 
ends of the court." 

2000-01: Appeared in all 36 games last season, 
and started in 30 . . . Maryland was 23-7 with Mou- 
ton in its starting lineup . . . first-year Maryland 
player who finished fourth on the team in scor- 
ing, 9.6 points, and rebounds, 4.0 .. . averaged ' ' 
8.0 points and 4.2 rebounds through five NCAA 
Tournament games, including sharing team 
scoring honors with 22 points in a first round 
victory over George Mason . . . shot 6-of-9 
against the Patriots.and his perfect 9-of-9 free 
throw shooting set a Maryland tournament 
record for a single game . . . recorded the first 
double-double of his career by posting 13 
points and a career-high 12 rebounds against 
Duke on Jan. 27 . . . surpassed the 1,000- 
point plateau by scoring 12 points during 
a Feb.20 home win over NC State . . . shot 
139 percentage points higher as a junior 
(.508) than during his first two years 
combined, at Tulane (.369) .. . Cited by 
Ihe Sporting News as the ACC's Impact 
Newcomer of the year through the first 
half of the season . . . season-high 28 
points (9-of-l 1 FGs) in win over Mary- 
land-Eastern Shore on Dec. 30 ... en- . 
joyed a three-game stretch with 20- } • . j 
of-28 (71.4%) shooting against f '* 
George Washington, Stony Brook and 
Pennsylvania . . . scored 1 7 points with 
five rebounds in the BB&T championship game against GW to 
earn all-tournament honors ... all 20 points at Penn came in 
the first half. 



1999-00: Redshirt season. 






1998-99: Was Tulane's leading scorer 
with an 11.4 points per-game aver- 
age in 25 games played . . . tied for 
the team lead with 15 double-figure 
scoring games ... two 20-point scor- 
ing games ... equaled his career high 
of eight rebounds against DePaul 
on Jan. 20... led the Green Wave 
against DePaul with 1 1 points in 
theConference USA Tournament 
on March 5... scored 15 points 
in a double-overtime victory 
over South Florida on Feb. 27 
... was 5-of-lO from the 
field including 3-of-4 from 
3-point range against the 
Bulls ... scored seven 
points and grabbed four re- 
boundsatNCStateonFeb.21 
as the Green Wave played in 
the final game at historic 
/ Reynolds Coliseum . . . recorded 
a career-long consecutive-games 
streak with at least one 3-point shot 
made which included the final four 
games of his freshman season and the 
first five games of his sophomore sea- 
son. 



1997-98: Named to the C-USA All- 
Freshman team as he led Tulane in 
scoring (1 5.3 ppg) .. . invited to the 
USA men's national team trials . . . 
■i ; was the runner-up to former Saint 

J .,■••'' ^ Louis star Larry Hughes for C-USA 

Freshman of the Year honors . . . 
called one of theTopl5first-year bas- 
ketball phenoms by Sports Illustrated 
. . . averaged a team-leading 31 .3 min- 
utes played in 29 games ... his 444 
points rank as the second-highest scor- 
ing total by a Tulane freshman ... led or 
' co-led the team in scoring 1 6 times and 
was the only double figure scorer on the 
team . . . scored a career-high 31 points 
as Tulane defeated Southern Mississippi on 
Feb.5 ... hit five consecutive 3-point shots 
in regulation and a buzzer-beating 3-polnter 

fto send the game into a second overtime . . . 
was a perfect 10-of-lO from the free-throw 
line to tie the school record for single-game 
perfection against UNC-Charlotte on Feb. 9 . . . 
24 points came twice: Nov. 1 7 at Tulsa and Dec.20 
vs.Alabama . . . scored 23 points at Hawaii on Dec.6 and 
1 8 against Long Beach State on Dec. 7 in earning all-tournament 
team honors at the University of Hawaii PowerBar Invitational 




KRPNOTt: Maryland went on a W-game win streak last season after Mouton entered the starting lineup for the first time against Michigan. 




fej^^nil 




CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



ZOOt FINAL FOUR 




... led the Green Wave with 16 points and a career-high eight 
rebounds against Rhode Island on Jan. 1 5 . . . tied his career high 
rebounding total of eight against South Florida three games later 
on Jan. 24 . . . scored 20 points on three-of-four shooting from 
the 3-point line at Alabama-Birmingham on Feb. 14. 

High School: Graduated from Rayne High School in 1997 . . . 
averaged 31 .7 points,9.5 rebounds,4.0 assists and 3.4 steals as a 
senior . . . shot 57 percent from the floor and 88 percent from 
the free throw line during his senior season ... was ranked as 
one of the top 25 recruits as a high school senior in 1 997 ... was 
the Class 3A Player of the Year as a junior and senior . . . selected 
as the All-Acadiana Player of the Year by the Lafayette Daily Ad- 
vertiser ... ranked as the 1 5th best player in the class of 1 997 by 
Prep Stars Recruiters' Handbook . . . rated No.29 nationally by Bob 
<j\bboni'AI!-Star Sports Report . . . averaged 32.0 points and 13.2 
rebounds as a junior, 27.3 points and 1 1 .0 rebounds as a sopho- 
more and 19.3 points and 7.5 rebounds as a freshman on the 
varsity squad ... led Rayne to a cumulative record of 125-21 
(.856) and the state championship since his sophomore season 
. . . Rayne advanced to the state semifinals during his sophomore 
and junior seasons. 

Personal: Byron King Mouton . . . born April 29, 1978 ... son of 
Shirley Mouton . . . majoring in art studio. 



Mouton's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Junior) 




Date Opponent 0-05 Uin. 


rcA 


Pet. 


3fO-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pa. 


0-D Tot Pf 


A TO B S Pts 


N20 vs. Louisville 1 


16 


6-10 


.600 


1-3 


.333 


2-4 


-50O 


2-3 5 2 


1 1 15 


N21 vs. Illinois 1 


24 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


,500 


2-0 2 4 


110 18 


N22 vs. Dayton 1 


19 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


,333 


2-1 3 


12 2 5 


N29 vs.Wisconsin 1 


27 


6-9 


.667 


0-1 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-1 3 3 


1 14 


D2 vs. Michigan 1 


1 20 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


,000 


4-4 


1.000 


1-3 4 3 


2 10 6 


D3 vs.Geo.Washington 1 


1 31 


812 


.667 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


4-1 5 2 


2 1 1 1 17 


D6 Stony Brook 1 


1 19 


6-7 


.857 


0-0 


.000 


7-8 


.875 


2-3 5 


1 1 1 2 19 


D9 at Pennsylvania 1 


1 32 


6-9 


.667 


3-3 


1.000 


5-7 


714 


4-1 5 2 


3 2 20 


D13 UMBC 1 


1 22 


3-8 


.375 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 2 3 


14 2 7 


D23 Norfolk State 1 


1 25 


5-9 


.556 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-1 2 


1 2 10 


D27 Chicago Slale 1 


1 20 


4-8 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


1.000 


2-2 4 3 


2 11 


D30 UMES 1 


1 27 


9-11 


.818 


2-3 


,667 


8-8 


1.000 


3-0 3 ^ 


2 4 4 28 


J2 atClemson 1 


1 29 


5-8 


,625 


2-4 


.500 


5-6 


.833 




3 3 1 1 17 


J6 Georgia Tech 1 


1 16 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 2 


110 14 


no North Carolina 1 


1 20 


1-6 


.167 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-2 6 t 


110 12 


J14 at Florida State 1 


1 28 


5-8 


,625 


1-1 


1.000 


4-5 


.800 


3-2 5 4 


15 


J17 Wake Forest 1 


1 24 


2-9 


.222 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 




10 115 


J21 at NC State 1 


1 25 


2-8 


.250 


0-3 


,000 


4-6 


.667 


1-6 7 t 


110 8 


J27 Duke 1 


1 32 


5-10 


,500 


1-2 


,500 


2-2 


1.000 


6-6 12 ' 


4 1 13 


J31 atVirginia 1 


1 29 


4-8 


,500 


1-1 


1,000 


2-2 


1.000 




3 3 1 11 


F4 Clemson 1 


1 19 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


,000 


0-1 


.000 




2 3 


F6 at Georgia Tech 1 


1 17 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


,000 


4-4 


1.000 




2 2 6 


FIO at North Carolina 1 


1 9 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 




110 2 


F14 Florida State 1 


25 


5-7 


.714 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


,000 




1 1 11 


F17 alWakeForest 1 


1 18 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1,000 


2-2 


1.000 




7 


F20 NC State 1 


1 24 


4-8 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


4-4 


1.000 




3 12 


F24 Oklahoma 1 


1 34 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


,000 


2-3 


,667 




2 1 10 


F27 at Duke 1 


1 28 


2-8 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


4-6 


.667 




10 8 


M3 Virginia 1 


21 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 




13 4 


M9 Wake Forest (ACC) 1 


1 20 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


,500 




2 12 7 


MtO Duke(ACCI 1 


1 22 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 




10 2 


M15 Geo. Mason (NCAA) 1 


1 25 


6-9 


.667 


1-1 


1,000 


9-9 


1.000 




1 1 22 


M17 Ga. State (NCAA) 1 


1 16 


2-5 


.400 


1-3 


-333 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


2 15 


M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 1 


1 22 


2-7 


.286 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


3-4 7 


110 4 


M24 Stanford (NCAA) 1 


1 14 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 




10 110 


M31 Duke (NCAA) 1 


1 18 


4-6 


.667 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


,500 




110 2 9 




KUPKOTt: Mouton scored 1 3 points with a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Dul<e last season at Cole. 




'\i 



CIGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 





200I FINAL FOUR 



r'n 




Mouton' 


s Career Hiqhs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


31 


vs Southern Mississippi 2 5 98 


FG 


12 


vs Southern Mississippi 2 5 98 


FGA 


25 


vs.Tulsa.l 1-1 7-97 


3FG 


6 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 


3FGA 


11 


at Hawaii, 12-6-97 


R 


10 


vs.Tulsa,l 1-1 7-97 




10 


vs. UNC Charlotte, 2-9-98 


FTA 


12 


vs.Tulsa.l 1-1 7-97 


OR 


5 


4 times, last vs. Cincinnati, 1 -20-98 


DR 


6 


vs.VirginIa, 1-31-01 




6 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 




6 


vs. South Florida, 1-24-98 


Rebounds 


12 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 


Assists 


8 


vs. Southeast Louisiana, 1 1 -29-97 


Blocl(S 


3 
3 


vs.Texas-Arlington, 11-14-98 
vs. DePaul, 1-30-99 


Steals 


6 


at Houston, 2- 13-99 


Minutes 


47 


vs. Southern Mississippi, 2-5-98 



Mouton's Career Statistics 



Mouton's 1998-99 6ame-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore - Tulane) 



Date Opponent 

N19 Prairie View A&M 

N24 Nicholls State 

N26 Stetson 

Dl Samford 

D5 Alabama 

D9 Texas A&M 

D12 Lamar 

J2 So. Mississippi 

J7 UNC Charlotte 

J9 Saint Louis 

J14 Memphis 

J16 New Orleans 

J21 Ala.-Birmingham 

J23 Houston 

J28 Marquette 

J30 OePaul 

F3 Cincinnati 

F8 South Florida 

Fit So. Mississippi 

F13 Houston 

F18 Louisville 

F21 NC State 

F24 Memphis 

F27 South Florida 

M3 DePaul 



« Min. FB-A 

-0 19 6-11 

-0 27 4-7 

-0 22 7-10 



-0 25 

■0 24 

-0 23 

-0 30 



Pa. SFC-A Pet. FTA Pet. 

545 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 

500 5-5 1.000 2 



3-12 
3-10 



571 


2-4 


700 


4-6 


571 


4-6 


167 


0-3 


333 


1-5 


714 


2-3 


400 


0-3 


375 


3-5 


182 


2-6 


500 


2-5 


375 


1-4 


533 


1-4 


353 


3-12 


167 


0-3 


471 


3-10 


250 


1-4 


300 


2-4 


286 


2-8 


167 


2-4 


364 


2-6 


333 


0-3 


429 


1-2 


500 


3-4 


267 


2-6 



1.000 
1.000 



000 0-0 .000 0- 



250 0-0 .000 



250 0-0 .000 2 



250 2-2 1.000 1 



333 0-0 .000 0- 



)-0 

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

-3 
0-5 
0-2 
0-1 

-3 
0-1 
3-2 

-4 
0-5 


Tot 

1 
4 


PF 


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







Mouton's 1997-98 Game-by-Game Statistics (freshman - Tulane) 



Date Opponent 

N14 Texas Arlington 

N17 Tulsa 

N19 Nicholls State 

N29 SE Louisiana 

D2 Prairie View A&M 

D6 Hawaii 

D7 Long Beach State 

D20 Alabama 

D22 New Orleans 

D27 Memphis 

D30 No.CarolinaA&T 

J4 UNLV 

J7 Saint Louis 

110 Ala.-Birmingham 

J15 Rhodelsland 

J18 Houston 

J20 Cincinnati 

J24 South Florida 

J29 Houston 

Fl Marquette 

F5 So. Mississippi 

F7 Louisville 

F9 UNC Charlotte 

F14 Ala.-Birmingham 

F18 Memphis 

F21 So. Mississippi 

F25 DePaul 

F28 South Florida 

M4 Saint Louis 



O-OS Min. F6-A 

! 4-11 

I 6-25 

> 6-16 

) 5-15 



Pa. 3FG-A Pa. FTA Pa. 0-D Tot 



200 10-12 .833 1-5 



6-14 
7-18 
5-14 
8-18 
3-12 
5-16 
3-14 
3-16 
12-23 
4-10 



7-10 
6-14 



240 


2-10 


375 


0-5 


333 


0-4 


333 


2-6 


438 


4-11 


667 


3-6 


625 


4-5 


375 


0-4 


429 


3-7 


455 


2-5 


077 


1-8 


429 


2-6 


389 


4-10 


357 


0-3 


444 


0-1 


250 


3-9 


313 


4-9 


214 


1-8 


188 


1-4 


522 


6-9 


400 


1-5 


111 


0-5 


167 


2-8 


375 


1-6 


700 


2-5 


429 


1-3 


272 


2-7 


167 


1-7 



3-3 1.000 0-5 



400 4-6 .667 2-0 



4-4 1.000 5-0 
3-3 1.000 2-6 
2-2 1.000 0-2 



200 3-4 .750 0-1 
000 10-10 1.000 0-2 



333 3-4 ,750 2-0 



£ 


Year GPGS Min.Avg. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


n-A 


Pet. 


OH-DH 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Bile 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


< 


1997-98 29-26 908-31.3 


143-394 


.363 


53-179 


,296 


107-141 


.759 


50-64 


114-3.9 


75-2 


46 


74 


8 


50 


444-15.3 




1998-99 25-13 690-27.6 


93-242 


.384 


46-126 


,365 


52-73 


.712 


32-56 


88-3.5 


62-2 


26 


54 


10 


34 


284-11.4 


o 


1999-00 DNP-Redshirt Season 






























■1 


2000-01 36-30 817-22.7 


123-242 


,508 


17-42 


,405 


81-104 


.779 


74-71 


145-4.0 


98-0 


44 


46 


9 


30 


344-9.6 




CAREER 90-69 2415-26.8 


359-878 


.409 


116-347 


.334 


240-318 


.755 


156-191 


347-3.9 


235-4 


116 


174 


27 


114 


1072-11.9 




Mouton's ACC Statistics 






























to 


Year 6P-GS Min.Avg. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


ORDH 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 




2000-01 16-14 364-22.8 


42-100 


.420 


7-20 


.350 


34-44 


.773 


30-36 


66-4.1 


47-0 


20 


21 


3 


8 


125-7.8 


m^^ 


Mouton's NCAA Tournament Statistics 




























^»*s 


Year GPG5 Min.-Avg. 


FGA 


Pet. 


iPA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


ORDH 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Bile 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


fe 


2000-01 5-5 95-19.0 


14-30 


.467 


2-5 


.400 


10-11 


.909 


11-10 


21-4,2 


14-0 


3 


5 


1 


5 


40-8.0 



KRPNOTt: Mouton 's collegiate scoring high was 3 1 points as a Tulane freshman, on Feb. 5, 1998 vs. Southern Mississippi. 



NICHOLAS 

Guard 

Hempstead, N.Y. 

(Long Island Lutheran) 

6-3. 160- Junior, 2V 




NCAA TOURMAMCMT5 

f ersatile, sharp-shooting junior guard who filled multiple 
roles on the Terps' 2001 Final Four team . . . Maryland's 
first guard off the bench who can play any of the 1, 
2, or 3 positions on the floor ... a deadly shooter who 
most naturally plays in the shooting guard spot . . . 
successfully made the transition last season to back- 
ing Steve Blake at point guard . . . will continue to 
improve with greater strength and ballhandling skills, 
becoming one of the Terps' most valuable talents . . . 
has played in all 71 games of his Maryland career and 
has moved into 12th on Maryland's career chart for 3 
pointfield goals (65) . . . played in double-figure min- 
utes in 63 of 71 games as a freshman and sopho- 
more. 



Williams on Nicholas: "Drew was probably as 
valuable.and has made as much of a contribu- 
tion, as anybody in our program in the past 
year because we needed somebody to back up 
Steve Blake at the point. We didn't want to lose 
Drew's shooting abilities, so he really wound up 
playing three positions. Drew is long enough to 
be able to play the 3-spot, when you want to go 
with three guards,and he certainly handled the 
ball well enough in some big games when we 
asked him to play the point position. Even though 
he is still mostly a shooting guard, his ball-han- 
dling experience has made him a better basket- 
ball player. He is a good ball-handler now and 
he hasn't lost the ability to shoot the ball. He's 
become a very well-rounded player, and 
we're able to use him more this coming year 
because of that." 








2000-01: Played in all 36 games and was 
third on the team in both 3-point field goals 
(34) and assists (86) . . . averaged 1 6.6 min- 
utes per contest, while scoring 6.6 points 
with 1 .6 rebounds each game . . . shot 49.4 
percent from the floor and 42.0 percent 
from 3-point range . . . averaged 5.4 points 
and 13.8 minutes per game during Maryland's 
NCAA Tournament run . . . made 11 of 1 3 free 
throws during the tournament . . . will be re- 
membered for dribbling out the clock in the 
Terps' 87-73 NCAA West Region championship 
win over Stanford . . . Chevrolet/CBS-TV player 
of the game with a season-high 16 points and 
career-high 1 assists in the Terps' regular sea- 
son finale against Virginia . . . played a season- 
high 27 minutes during a 102-67 rout of the 
N0.7 Cavaliers, shooting 7-of-8 from the floor 
including both 3-point attempts ... had 
double figures in consecutive games off the 
bench, with 15atGeorgiaTechonFeb.6and 
1 6 at top-ranked North Carolina on Feb. 10... 
career-high five rebounds in ACC/Big Ten Chal- 
lenge against Wisconsin on Nov. 29 ... against 
Dayton at the Maui Invitational, shot 4-of-5 from 
3-point range.scoring 12 points with five assists and 
two steals ... six double-figure scoring games overall 



2 O O I FINAL FO'U It 

1999-00: Played in all 35 games as a true freshman and aver- 
aged 5.1 points ... one of five Terps with 30 or more 3-point 
field goals . . . made 31-of-92 3-point attempts while 
averaging 15.7 minutes per game to lead all of 
Maryland's bench contributors ... also contributed 
50 assists (1.4) and 16 steals (0.5) . . . earned 
double-figure minutes in 30 of 35 games . . . 
erupted with a season-high 27 points in a 
non-conference win over Fairleigh 
Dickinson on Nov. 22 . . . played a 
season-best 28 minutes while 
hitting 9-of-11shots,including 
four 3-pointers, against the 
Knights... made 4- of-6 3- 
point attempts vs. FDU . . . 
alsoscored in double figures 
with 1 2 points in 26 minutes vs. 
UMBC ... season-high five re- 
bounds in home win over Winthrop 
... dished a season-best six assists vs. 
Florida State in the ACC Tournament . . . 
had four steals vs. Tulane ... totaled 18 
points in three ACCTournament games . . . 
averaged 16 minutes and six points per 
game 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 
starter . . . played on three teams which 
advanced to the state federation final four 
. . . averaged 24.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 
4.0 assists and 3.7 steals per game as a 
senior and shot a remarkable 57 percent 
from the floor ... hit 75 3-point shots 
during his senior season . . . scored 1 ,01 1 
career points ... earned the Richard 
Sandler Award as the top player in 
Nassau County following his senior sea- 
son .. . the award is presented annually 
by Newsday and has previously been 
awarded to collegiate stars Zendon 
Hamilton of St. John's in 1994 and Wally 
Sczerbiak of Miami (Ohio) in 1995 ... 
Nassau County Player of the Year and All- 
Long Island first-team selection by 
Newsday . . . named a tri-state legend by 
the New York Daily News following his senior 
season . . . previous honorees on the legend 
team include Elton Brand, Tim Thomas and Ron 
Attest ... was honored as a member of the leg- 
end team at Madison Sguare Garden on April 
29, 1999 prior to a New York Knicks vs. Phila- 
delphia 76ers game . . . all-state Class A se- 
lection by the N.Y. state sportswriters associa- 
tion . . . all-city first-team selection by the New 
>'o/-<;toffollowing his outstanding senior season 
. . . named the MVP of the Sugar City Classic as he 
led Lutheran to the tournament championship in 
Savannah, Ga., his senior season . . . scored 39 points and 




69 



KRPMOTt: Terps' combo guard Drew Nicholas already is on the Maryland career chart for i-point field goals. 







CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA 



was named the Nassau County team MVP of the 10th annual 
Lupus All-Star Basketball Classic prior to the start of his senior 
season . . . scored 31 second-half points as he attempted to pull 
Nassau back into the game in the closing minutes ... was a 
giant in the 1 999 state federation Class A Tournament semifi- 
nals against Rice of IVlanhattan on March 26, 1999, with career- 
high 33 points on 1 2-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 time 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.lSofhisseniorseason ... scored 26ofLutheran's51 points 
against Marist of New Jersey in the Nike Super Six Tournament 
at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 1 7, 1999 .. . scored 29 points 
on senior night to lead Lutheran past Chaminade and help the 
Crusaders finish their regular season with a 21 -3 record ... the 
victory capped an undefeated season at home and a perfect 9- 
record during the month of February . . . Lutheran's 1 997 team 
won the state championship as it defeated the Ron Artest-led 
LaSalle Academy team in the semifinals ... was an All-Long 
Island second team honoree as a junior when he averaged 18 
points per game ... led the Crusaders to the state federation 
championship game with a 23-point performance in the semi- 
final round against Grady High School of Brooklyn . . . added 26 
points in the title game against Rice . . . coached by Ronn Hall 
... a crowd favorite at the annual Capital Classic All-Star game 
at MCI Center following his senior season . . . played in Cole Field 
House for the first time during the 1 998 Charlie Weber Tourna- 
ment. 

Personal: Andrew Lawrence Nicholas . . . born May 17, 1981 
... son of Yvonne and Darryl Nicholas ... majoring in govern- 
ment and politics ... a brother, Chris, starred collegiately at 
Colgate ... Drew was once a ballboy for the Red Raiders. 



TOURNAMCNTS 



200I FINAL FOUR 



'■?^*4> 1 



Nicholas' Career Hiqhs 


Category 


# 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


27 


vs. F.Dickinson, 11-22-99 


FG 


9 


vs. F. Dickinson, 11 -22-99 


FGA 


16 


at North Carolina, 2-10-01 


3FG 




vs. Dayton, 11-22-00 






vs. F.Dickinson, 11 -22-99 


3FGA 




at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


FT 




vs.Duke,3-31-01 
vs.Wisconsin, 11-29-00 
vs. F.Dickinson, 11 -22-99 


FTA 




vs. Duke, 1-27-01 


Rebounds 




vs.Wisconsin, 11-29-00 
vs.Winthrop, 12-7-99 


Assists 


10 


vs. Virginia, 3-3-01 


Bloclis 




nine times 


Steals 




vs.Tuiane, 11-19-99 


Minutes 


28 


vs. F Dickinson, 11 -22-99 




28 


vs. Florida State, 3-1 0-00 




Nicholas' 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 




Date Opponent C-CS Min. FGA Pet. 3F6A Pet. FTA Pet. 00 lot P 


A TO B S Pts 


N20 vs.Louisville 1-0 18 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 


4 2 5 


N21 vs.lllinois 1-0 12 3-5 


600 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


3 7 


N22 vs.Dayton 1-0 21 4-6 


667 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


5 2 2 12 


N29 vs.Wisconsin 1-0 21 1-3 


333 1-2 .500 5-6 .833 1-4 5 


2 10 18 


D2 vs.Michigan 1-0 18 1-4 


250 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-1 2 


110 3 


D3 vs.Geo.Vlfashington 1-0 21 4-7 


571 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 4 


2 10 


06 StonyBrook 1-0 16 2-5 


400 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-3 4 


5 2 15 


09 at Pennsylvania 1-0 14 2-3 


667 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


2 3 6 


D13 UMBC 1-0 18 3-4 


750 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 2 


4 118 


D23 Norfolk State 1-0 26 2-7 


222 1-3 .333 2-2 1,000 1-1 2 


4 4 17 


027 Chicago State 1-0 18 3-4 


750 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-1 1 


6 2 18 


030 UMES 1-0 22 4-7 


571 2-3 ,667 2-2 1.000 0-0 


5 1 1 12 


J2 atClemson 1-0 26 1-6 


167 0-4 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 1 


6 14 


J6 Geoigialech 1-0 17 4-5 


800 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 0-1 1 


3 2 9 


JIO North Carolina 1-0 21 2-7 


286 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 0-1 1 


2 5 


J14 at Florida State 1-0 21 2-6 


333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-1 2 


4 2 5 


J17 Wake Forest 1-0 14 0-2 


000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2-2 4 


2 110 1 


J21 atNCState 1-0 14 1-1 1 


000 1-1 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-4 4 


13 5 


J27 Duke 1-0 13 2-3 


667 0-1 .000 4-8 .500 1-2 3 


10 18 


J31 at Virginia 1-0 9 3-3 1 


000 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 9 


F4 Clemson 1-0 15 2-3 


667 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 


110 2 6 


F6 atGeorgiaTech 1-0 15 6-12 


500 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 1-1 2 


1 5 2 15 


FIO at North Carolina 1-0 23 7-16 


438 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


2 1 2 16 


F14 Florida State 1-0 18 3-6 


500 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 1-1 2 


2 2 7 


F17 atWake Forest 1-0 20 0-3 


000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


2 2 


F20 NCState 1-0 15 0-2 


000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1 


3 10 


F24 Oklahoma 1-0 11 0-2 


000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 


10 1 


F27 at Duke 1-0 2 0-2 


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





M3 Virginia 1-0 27 7-8 


875 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 2 


10 1 1 16 


M9 Wake Forest (ACQ 1-0 13 3-4 


750 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 2 


110 6 


M10 DiJke(ACC) 1-0 8 3-4 


750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 6 


MIS Geo. Mason (NCAA) 1-0 13 3-5 


600 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2-0 2 


1118 


M17 Ga. State (NCAA) 1-0 13 1-3 


333 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 2 


M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 1-0 14 1-3 


333 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 


3 4 


M24 Stanford (NCAA) 1-0 17 2-4 


500 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 0-1 1 


3 6 


M31 Duke (NCAA) 1-0 12 1-5 


200 0-0 .000 5-6 .833 2-1 3 


110 7 


Nicholas' 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 




Date Opponent COS Min. F6-A Pet. 3FG-A Pet. FTA Pet. 0-0 Tot P 


' A TO B S Pts 


N17 USF 1-0 21 1-3 333 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 1 


2 12 


N19 Tulane 1-0 18 2-7 


286 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 0-0 


2 10 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 1-0 21 2-7 


286 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 2 


2 10 4 


N26 Notre Dame 1-0 15 2-5 


400 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 


3 2 5 


N30 Iowa 1-0 20 1-3 


333 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 0-3 3 


10 4 


04 Illinois 1-0 12 0-2 


000 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 1-0 1 


10 


05 Geo.Washington 1-0 22 3-5 


600 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-2 2 


2 2 8 


07 Winthrop 1-0 21 2-6 


333 0-3 ,000 3-4 ,750 1-4 5 


3 10 17 


Oil Kentucky 1-0 13 3-6 


500 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 


2 7 


027 George Mason 1-0 12 0-1 


000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-0 


2 2 0-2 


030 UMBC 1-0 26 5-8 


625 2-5 .400 0-1 .000 0-3 3 


2 2 1 12 


J2 Coastal Carolina 1-0 22 3-6 


500 1-2 ,500 0-0 .000 0-3 3 


2 10 7 


17 NCState 1-0 11 0-1 


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


2 10 


J9 Duke 1-0 8 M 1 


000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 


3 


116 GeotgiaTech 1-0 15 0-2 


000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 





J19 Wake Forest 1-0 9 0-1 


000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 


J22 Clemson 1-0 15 1-7 


143 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1-0 1 


10 13 


J27 North Carolina 1-0 10 2-5 


400 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


110 16 


J29 Florida State 1-0 13 4-7 


571 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-1 2 


2 10 9 


F2 Virginia 1-0 14 0-1 


000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 1 


2 10 2 


F6 NCState 1-0 17 2-3 


667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


2 10 4 


F9 Duke 1-0 8 0-0 


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


10 


F13 Temple 1-0 6 1-2 


500 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


10 3 


F16 Georgia Tech 1-0 15 2-7 


286 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1 


3 10 4 


F19 Wake 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 


10 9 


F26 North Carolina 1-0 8 1-3 


333 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 3 


Ml Florida State 1-0 15 0-3 


000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 1 


3 2 


M4 Virginia 1-0 13 1-1 1 


000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 


110 2 


MIO Florida State (ACO 1-0 28 2-8 


250 1-5 .200 1-2 .500 2-0 2 


6 2 6 


Mil NCStatelACO 1-0 17 3-4 


750 3-4 .750 0-1 .000 0-0 


10 9 

10 13 


M12 Duke (ACO 1-0 16 1-6 


167 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 2-1 3 


M16 lona(NCAA) 1-0 20 3-7 


429 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 


2 3 17 


M18 UCIA(NCAA) 1-0 16 2-5 


400 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 


10 5 



TCRPNOTE: Nicholas scored 16 points with a career-high iO assists in a home rout of Virginia last season. 



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Nicholas' Career Statistics 



Year GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FF-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


Fo 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


Ifl 


1999-00 35-0 


551-15.7 


64-152 


.421 


31-92 


.337 


18-29 


.621 


9-29 


38-1.1 


47-0 


50 


31 


4 


16 


177-5.1 


X 
X 


2000-01 36-0 


596-16.6 


85-172 


.494 


34-81 


.420 


33-47 


.702 


17-39 


56-1.6 


44-0 


86 


45 


5 


22 


237-6.6 


> 


CAREER 71-0 


1147-16.2 


149-324 


.460 


65-173 


.378 


51-76 


.671 


26-68 


94-1.3 


91-0 


136 


76 


9 


38 


414-5.8 


2 
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Nicholas' ACC Statistics 
































Year GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


iP-A 


Pa. 


FF-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


Fo 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 




1999-00 16-0 


197-12.3 


19-50 


.380 


9-28 


.321 


6-6 


1.000 


3-9 


12-0.8 


18-0 


16 


9 


2 


3 


53-3.3 


p 


2000-01 16-0 


270-16.9 


40-85 


.471 


15-43 


.349 


11-20 


.550 


7-18 


25-1.6 


18-0 


39 


20 


2 


11 


106-6.6 


m 


CAREER 32-0 


467-14.6 


59-135 


.437 


24-71 


.338 


17-26 


.654 


10-27 


37-1.2 


36-0 


55 


29 


4 


14 


159-5.0 





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Nicholas' NCAA Tournament Statistics 



Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FF-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


^^M 


1999-00 


2-0 


16-8.0 


5-12 


.417 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


4-0 


2 


4 





1 


12-6.0 


I^^^H 


2000-01 


5-0 


69-13.8 


8-20 


.400 


0-3 


.000 


11-13 


.846 


4-2 


6-1.2 


5-0 


7 


3 


1 


1 


27-5.4 




CAREER 


7-0 


85-12.1 


13-32 


.406 


2-10 


.200 


11-13 


.846 


4-2 


6-1.2 


9-0 


9 


7 


1 


2 


39-5.6 


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1^ £ NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 • 200t FINAL FOUR 



Forward/Center 

Whiteville.N.C. 

(Enloe) 

6-10- 220 > Sophomore, IV 






One of Maryland's most athletic and most exciting players 
. . . loves to dunk and block shots, and became a fan fa- 
vorite at Cole Field House during his freshman campaign 
... the sophomore talent blended with the Terps' deep interior 
players a year ago to make a steady, gradual impact in his first 
college season ... should continue to develop into a well- 
rounded talent, with more attention to fundamental defense and 
working into the Maryland offensive scheme. 

Williams on Wilcox: "Everybody knows Chris dunks, and he 
blocks shots, and 
exciting things 
like that.But now, 
Chris' next step as 
a sophomore is to 
develop his of- 
fensive game to 
where he can 
make shots out of 
the offense, not 

just follow-ups or j 

dunks on fast 

breaks. He's got to be able to help us 
run the offense. And then on the de- 
fensive end, I'm not one to ask a guy to 
lose the ability to block shots because 
ry few people have that, but Chris has 
also got to become a solid defensive player where his man 
doesn't beat him off the dribble. He has to be able to keep a 
guy from catching the ball in the post. He has to master the 
little things that most talented big men have to learn in col- 
lege because at the high school level, they're able to play a 
one-man zone and just block anything that comes in there 
just because they're the most talented athletes.So, with Chris, 
that's his next step, to become a more complete offensive and 
defensive player." 

2000-01: Honorable mention on the 2001 ACC All-Freshmen 
Team ... dynamic, athletic freshman big man played in 34 
games, including one start against Florida State on Feb. 14 
. . . averaged 8.6 minutes per game, with 3.6 points and 2.1 
'I'bounds . . . averaged 2.8 points while appearing in all five 
,jmes of the Terps' NCAA Tournament run ... shot 58 per- 
cent from the field during his first college season ... shot 1 5- 
of-24 (62.5 percent) during the Terps' last 1 games of the 
season . . . NCAA Tournament high was six points against 
George Mason . . . scored four points, with four rebounds 
and a pair of assists against Duke in the ACCTournament 
semifinals ... was 3-of-3 from the field, including a 
put-back dunk, in 1 1 minutes against Oklahoma on 
Feb.24 . . . season-high 13 points against the Semi- 
noles in his only start ... played 27 minutes 
against FSU, blocking three shots and shooting . 
()-oi-7 from the floor . . . matched his high 
with three blocks against Wake For 
est on Jan. 17 ... had six points and 
five boards a month later,at Wake For 
est. 






High School: Graduated in 2000 from Enloe High School in 
Raleigh, N.C. . . . ranked No. 20 among the top players in the 



nation by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons . . . considered to be the 
top recruit from the state of North Carolina according to Gibbons 
. . . transferred to Enloe High School in Raleigh after spending 
his sophomore and junior years of his high school career at 
Whiteville . . . played his freshman season at West Columbus High 
... Enloe High School: As a senior, led Enloe to the state cham- 
pionship tournament 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 . . . selerted among the top 50 candidates for 
the McDonald's All-America Game ... scored a 
team-high 1 5 points in the 35th annual Roundball 
Classic all-star game, played in Raleigh and tele- 
vised on ESPN2 . . . "Chris Wilcox is guick to the basket, 
and is guick getting down the court. And yes, he can re- 
bound Oh, brother, can he rebound," said Joel Chaney 
of the Raleigh News and Observer . . . Whiteville 
, High School: Averaged 23 points and 13.1 re- 
bounds and shot nearly 70 percent from the 
field as a junior in leading Whiteville to the 
state 2-A championship ... helped 
Whiteville to the state playoffs with a 32- 
2 record during his sophomore season 
. led the Raleigh Razorbacks to the 
state AAU championship prior to 
the beginning of his senior sea- 
m . . . began to attract na- 
tionalattentionasajuniorat 
Whiteville... scored a ca- 
reer-high 39 points, 
grabbed 24 rebounds and 
blocked nine shots in a 
^ victory over West Co- 
lumbus... made 13- 
of-14 field goal at- 
tempts in only 17 
minutes played 
against Jones High 
School... earned re- 
gional MVP honors in 
the state tournament 
... scored 21 
points, grabbed 
eight rebounds and 
blocked five shots in 
the regional champi- 
onship game against 
Wallace-Rose Hill ... 
scored 20 points, grabbed 
12 rebounds, was credited 
with four assists and blocked 
four shots in the state champi- 
onship victory over West 
Caldwell. 

Personal: Chris Ray Wilcox... 
born August 3, 1982... son of 
Debra Brown and Raymond 
Wilcox . . . majoring in letters 
and sciences ... favorite 
player is Chris Webber. 





'man, Wilcox iielped mal(e Maryland's frontcourt the deepest in America. 




C/GUT CONSeCUTIVe NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 




Wilcox's Career Miqhs 

# Opponent/Date 

13 vs. Florida State, 2-14-01 

6 vs.floridaState,2-14-01 

7 vs. Florida State, 2-1 4-01 



Category 

Points 

FG 

FGA 

3FG 

3FGA 

FT 

FTA 

Rebounds 

Assists 

Blocks 

Steals 
Minutes 



4 at Wake Forest, 2- 17-01 

5 vs. Oklahoma, 2-24-01 

8 vs.Stony8rook, 12-6-00 

3 vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 

3 vs. Florida State, 2-14-01 

3 vs.WakeForest,1-17-01 

1 six times 

27 vs. Florida State, 2-14-01 




Wilcox's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 



Date Opponent 

N20 vs. Louisville 

N21 vs. Illinois 

N22 vs. Dayton 

N29 vs. Wisconsin 

D2 vs. Michigan 

03 vs.Geo.Washington 

06 Stony Brook 

09 at Pennsylvania 

D13 UMBC 

D23 Norfolk State 

027 Chicago State 

030 UMES 

J2 at Clemson 

J6 Georgia lech 

J10 North Carolina 

J14 at Florida State 

J17 Wake Forest 

J21 at NC State 

J27 Duke 

J31 atVirginia 

F4 Clemson 

f 6 at Georgia Tech 

FIG at North Carolina 

F14 Florida State 

F17 atWakeForest 

F20 NC State 

F24 Oklahoma 

F27 at Duke 

M3 Virginia 

M9 Wake Forest lACC) 

MIO Duke (ACQ 

M15 Geo Mason (NCAA) 

M17 Ga.State(NCAA) 

M22 Georgetown (NCAA) 

M24 Stanford INCAA) 

M3I Duke (NCAA) 



COS Min. FC-A 

14 2-3 



dnp 
11 



■0 15 

■0 11 

-0 14 

14 

■0 16 



dnp 

-1 27 

15 

■0 15 



Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. FT 


A P 


667 


0-0 


000 5 


4 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


c 


600 


0-0 


000 3 


4 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


500 


0-0 


000 1 


2 


333 


0-0 


000 


.c 


800 


0-0 


000 


.c 


750 


0-0 


000 


.c 


250 


0-0 


000 


.c 


400 


0-0 


000 1 


4 .i 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


667 


0-0 


000 


-C 


667 


0-0 


000 


.c 


333 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


c 


500 


0-0 


000 2 


4 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


857 


0-0 


000 1 


2 


000 


0-0 


000 4 


4 IC 


500 


0-0 


000 1 


2 


000 


0-0 


000 2 


5 A 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


667 


0-0 


000 


.c 


333 


0-0 


000 2 


2 l.C 


667 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 


667 


0-0 


000 


c 


333 


0-0 


000 


.c 


000 


0-0 


000 


c 


000 


0-0 


000 


.c 




Wilcox's Career Statistics 



Year 

2000-01 



GP-GS 

34-1 



Min.-Avg. 

294-8.6 



FGA Pet. 

51-88 .580 



Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


Pf-D 


.000 


20-33 


.606 


26-47 


73-2.1 


44-1 



St Pts.-Avg. 

6 122-3.6 



Wilcox's ACC Statistics 



Year GP-GS Min.Avg. FGA 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


n-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


6/* 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2000-01 15-1 113-7.5 19-31 


.613 


0-0 


.000 


8-12 


.667 


8-16 


24-1.6 


16-1 


6 


6 


11 


4 


46-3.1 


Wilcox'sKCAA Statistics 


























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Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FGA 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


n-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


Pf-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. I 


2000-01 5-0 29-5.8 7-12 


.583 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4-0.8 


8-0 


1 








1 


14-2.8 1 


KRPHOTt Wilcox drew his lone freshman start against Florida State, shooting 6-of-7from the 


floor and addint 


three blocked shots. 














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CI6UT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



A walk-on member of the team who adds depth for a third 
straight season at the guard position ... was added to the 
team following walk-on tryouts in fall 1998 ... enrolled at 
Maryland for the fall semester and was a student for the entire 
1997-98 academic year but did not participate in intercollegiate 
athletics . . . begins his final year of eligibility. 



ZOOt FINAL FOUR 




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BADU 

Guard 

Baltimore, Md. 

(St. Frances Academy) 

6-0 -160 -Senior- IV 




Williams on Badu:"Earl plays a key role in practice. You don't be- 
come a good team at the end of the year without working hard in 
practice every day and Earl [and Calvin McCall] both give us that. 
They were tough to play for the first team. They didn't have their 
bad days where they didn't feel like practicing.As long as they keep 
that attitude, they can really help us again this year." 

2000-01 : Played three minutes during his junior campaign, see- 
ing action in home gamesagainstNC State on Feb.20,and Virginia 
on March 3 ... had an assist against the Wolfpack, and took the 
first shot attempt of his career during a 35-point rout of the Cava- 
liers. 

1999-00: Played one minute of four different games as a sopho- 
more, three during postseason play ... had a rebound vs. Florida 
State in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals . . . also made brief ap- 
pearances vs. Duke in the ACC title game, and against UCLA in the 
NCAA Tournament ... saw regular season floor time at home 
against Georgia Tech. 

1998-99: Did not see game action. 

High School: Graduated from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, 
in 1997 . . . four-year varsity letterwinner at the point guard posi- 
tion .. . averaged a career-high 1 8 points and four rebounds per 
game as a junior ... was an All-Baltimore County first-team se- 
lection and played in the Charm City Super 50 Tournament during 
the 1995-96 season . . , helped lead St. Frances to the Baltimore 
Catholic League championship with a 32-7 record during the 1996- 
97 season ... St. Frances compiled a 1 1 3-23 record during bis four 



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years on the varsity . . . competed against current Terp Juan Dixon 
and was a teammate of Temple's Mark Karcher in high school . . . 
played in the Baltimore Area Catholic League which is regarded as 
one of the top high school conferences in the nation ... high school 
coach was William Wells. 

Personal: Earl Nana Badu (pronounced buh-DOO) ... born Feb. 
22, 1979 ... son of Afia and Yaw Badu . . . pursuing a double- 
major in government and politics, and art studio . . . plans to at- 
tend law school ... parents were both born in Ghana ... his father, 
Yaw, moved to the United States to continue higher education . . . 
Yaw moved from New York to Baltimore, where Earl was born . . . 
has a brother who graduated from Michigan State,and a sister who 
is a sophomore at Penn State . . . member of the National Honor 
Society Student Government Association and the principal's advi- 
sory committee at St. Frances. 



Badu's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Junior) 



Date Opponent 

F20 NC State 
M3 Virginia 



6-6S Min. FCA Pa. 3F0-A Pet. FT-A Pet. 0-D Tot 

1-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 



Badu's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 



Date Opponent 

F16 Georgia Tech 
M10 Florida State (ACC) 
M12 Duke (ACC) 
M18 UCtA(NCAA) 



65 Min. FG-A Pet. 3F6-A Pet. 

1 0-0 .000 0-0 ,000 

1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 

1 0-0 ,000 0-0 .000 

1 0-0 ,000 0-0 .000 



Pet. 00 lot PF 



Badu's Career Statistics 



g tear 


6P-GS 


Mm.-Avg. 


F6-A 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


ORDR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


^ 1999-00 


4-0 


4-1.0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.3 


0-0 














0-0.0 


rvj 2000-01 


2-0 


3-1.5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











0-0.0 


O CAREER 


6-0 


7-1.2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.2 


0-0 


1 











0-0.0 


i Badu' 


(ACC Statistics 






























^ Year 


6P-GS 


MIn.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


ORDR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


■J, 1999-00 


1-0 


1-1.0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 














0-0.0 


2000-01 


2-0 


3-1.5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











0-0.0 


CAREER 


3-0 


4-1.3 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 


1 











0-0.0 


^.Badu' 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 




























^sV^ear 


GP-GS 


MIn.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


ORDR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


WH^i 1999-00 


1-0 


1-1.0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 














0-0.0 



lERPKOTt: Badu's lone shot attempt (pictured above) came against Virginia in last year's regular season finale. 



0\L., 
McCALL 

Guard 

Orlando, Fla. 
(Dr. Phillips) 
6-3 -ZOO- Junior, ZV 





TIVC NCAA TOURNAHCNTS 

Third-year guard who joined the Terps following the 1999 
and 2000 football seasons . . . returns for his final college 
season with a full-time commitment to basketball ... 
valuable bench contributor, adding intensity and a defensive 
spark . . . played in 24 basketball games in two seasons . . . first 
Maryland football player to score for the Terps' basketball team 
since LuboZizakovic in 1992 ... first walked on to the Terrapin 
basketball team in December 1999. 

Williams on McCall: "Calvin has been very important to the 
team because he gives us a good college basketball player to go 
against in practice. He really gives us the depth that I think 
that all good teams have. Calvin's the guy that gets 
things done. He leads by example. You don't be- 
come a good team at the end of the year without 
working hard in practice every day, and Earl 
[Badu] and Calvin both gave us that. They were 
tough to play for the first team. They didn't have 
their bad days where they didn't feel like prac- 
ticing.As long as they keep that attitude, 
they can really help us this year." 



2000-01 : Backup guard who ap 
pearedin 11 games, averaging 
1.3 points... scored six points 
against Stony Brook on Dec. 
6, hitting a pair of late 3- 
pointers ... had four 
points in the BB&T 
Classic semifina 
against Michigan ... 
had an assist against 
Wake Forest in the 
ACC Tournament ... 
shot 4 of 13 from the floor 
overall . . . contributed two steals and three 
rebounds against Chicago State ... had six 
steals overall . . . made first appearance of 
the season against Michigan . . . joined the 
team in Maui for his first practice on Nov. 19, 
immediately following Maryland's final foot- ' 
ball game against Georgia Tech on Nov. 18 . . . 
in football, played in nine games and started 
eight before suffering an ankle injury against NC 
State on Nov,4 . . . led Maryland in passing for the 
second straight season, completing 1 05 of 1 99 at- 
tempts for 1 ,533 yards, five touchdowns and nine 
interceptions ... averaged 170.3 passing yards 
per game .. . finished 1 5th on Maryland's single- 
season passing chart . . . career-high 357 yards 
and two touchdowns in a win over Middle Ten- 
nessee State ... had 200-yard passing days vs. 
West Virginia (215),WakeForest(208)and Virginia 
(207). 

1999-00: 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 games, 
averaging 1.1 points in just over five min- 
utes per game . . . shot 5-of-22 from the 






FINAL FOUR 

floor, and 4-of-7 from the line . . . contributed 10 rebounds, 11 
assists and five steals for the season ... in football, was a nine- 
game starter and established most Maryland freshman records 
for passing and total offense ... finished No. 2 among Division 
l-A freshman quarterbacks (behind Virginia Tech's Michael Vick) 
in passing efficiency and total offense . . . runner-up for ACC 
Rookie of theYear honors . . . completed 93 of 179 passes (.510) 
for 1 ,254 yards and five touchdowns . . . threw just three inter- 
ceptions and finished with the best interception ratio (nearly 
50:1) in the ACC . . . season was cut short by two games (torn 
medial collateral ligament in his left knee Nov. 9 vs. NC State) 
... a two-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 . . . threw for a ca- 

'^ reer-high 221 yards at Georgia Tech and tossed a career- 
best two TD passes vs. West Virginia. 



1998-99: Did not play basketball . . . traveled all sea- 
son as Maryland's third quarterback and earned 
a football redshirt. 



High School: Graduated from Dr. 
Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla., in 
1 998 ... averaged more than 1 7 points 
per game during an all-state basket- 
ball career and hit better than .320 dur- 
ing his baseball career ...selected to the 
Metro Conference Hall of Fame . . . 
named the Central Florida Player of the 
Year and a third-team all-state selettion 
in 1997. ..selected to SuperPreps all-re- 
gional team ... completed 72 of 125 
passes for 1,312 yards, 21 touch- 
downs and just two interceptions 
as a senior ... led team to a 10-1 
record and district and conference 
championships ...selected to play 
in the North-South all-star game 
... as a junior, he played safety 
and starred for the top-rated de- 
fense in central Florida,earning 
second team all-state honors ... 
high school football coach was 
Chip Gierke. 

Personal: Calvin Demar 

McCall ... 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. 





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KRPHOTl: Mf Co// m\\ wearjeney No. 5 thii ieoion. It /s a number he wore frequently before college. 



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McCall's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Junior) 




Date Opponent 6-GS Min. FCA Pet. 3F6A Pet. FTA 


'et. OD Tot PF A TO 


B $ Pts 


D2 vs. Michigan 1-0 4 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1 


000 0-00010 


1 4 


D6 Stony Brook 1-0 10 2-3 


667 2-3 


667 0-0 


000 0-00100 


6 


D13 UMBC 1-0 4 0-1 


000 0-1 


000 0-0 


000 0-00002 





D23 Norfolk State 1-0 5 0-2 


000 0-2 


000 0-0 


000 0-00121 


1 


D27 Chicago State 1-0 7 0-2 


000 0-1 


000 1-2 


500 1-23011 


2 1 


D30 UMES 1-0 4 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-11011 


1 


J21 at NC State 1-0 2 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


OOO 0-1 1 





J31 atVirginia 1-0 2 0-2 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 1-01010 





F20 NC State 1-0 4 1-2 


500 0-0 


000 0-1 


000 0-00000 


1 2 


M3 Virginia 1-0 3 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-11010 





M9 Wake Forest (ACC) 1-0 1 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-00011 





McCall's 1999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 




Date Opponent G-SS Min. FCA Pet. 3F6A Pet. FTA 


'et. OD Tot PF A TO 


B S Pti 


D30 UMBC 1-0 13 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 1 


000 1-01022 


2 


J2 Coastal Carolina 1-0 17 3 


7 


429 0-1 


000 2-2 1 


000 2-13061 


4 8 


J7 NC State 1-0 6 





000 0-0 


000 0-0 


OOO 0-00100 





J9 Duke 1-0 9 1 


4 


250 0-2 


000 0-0 . 


000 0-11202 


2 


J16 GeorgiaTech 1-0 2 





000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-00000 





J19 Wake Forest 1-0 2 


1 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 . 


000 0-00000 





J22 Clemson 1-0 8 


2 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 2-02111 





J29 Florida State 1-0 2 





000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-11100 





F16 GeorgiaTech 1-0 3 1 


1 1 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


OOO 0-00100 


1 2 


Ml Florida Slate 1-0 1 


1 


000 0-0 


000 0-0 


000 0-00000 





M10 Florida State (ACC) 1-0 6 


3 


000 0-2 


000 0-1 


OOO 1-01000 





M16 lona(NCAA) 10 7 000 0-0 000 0-0 


OOO 0-00000 





M18 UCLA (NCAA) 10 2 2 000 2 000 0-2 


000 0-11000 







McCall's Career Highs 


Category It 


Opponent/Date 


Paints 8 


vs.Coasta! Carolina, 1-2-00 


FG 3 


vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FGA 7 


vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


3FG 2 


vs. Stony Brook, 12-6-00 


3FGA 3 


vs.Stony Brook, 12-6-00 


FT 2 


vs. Michigan, 12-2-00 




vs. UMBC, 12-30-99 




vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


FTA 2 


four times 


Rebounds 3 


vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 




vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


Assists 6 


vs. Coastal Carolina,l-2-00 


Blocks 




Steals 4 


vs. Coastal Carolina,l-2-00 


Minutes 17 


vs.Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 




McCall's Career Statistics 



CD 


Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


F6-A 


Pet. 


3PA 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


ORDR 


Reb-Avg. 


Pf-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


z 


1999-00 


13-0 


72-5.5 


5-22 


.227 


0-8 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


6-4 


10-0.8 


5-0 


11 


6 





5 


14-1.1 


^ 


2000-01 


11-0 


46-4.5 


4-13 


.308 


2-7 


.286 


3-5 


.600 


2-5 


7-0.7 


2-0 


8 


6 





6 


12-1.3 




CAREER 


24-0 


118-4.9 


9-35 


.257 


2-15 


.133 


7-12 


.583 


8-9 


170.7 


7-0 


19 


12 





11 


27-1.1 


rvi 
O 


McCall 


s ACC Statistics 






























o 


Year 


GP-GS 


Min.Avg. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


ORDR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


o 


1999-00 


8-0 


33-4.1 


2-9 


.222 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4-0.5 


5-0 


3 


3 





1 


4-0.5 


l>^J 


2000-01 


4-0 


11-2.8 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


3-0.8 


0-0 


2 








1 


2-0.5 


76 


CAREER 


12-0 


44-3.7 


3-13 


.231 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-4 


7-0.6 


5-0 


5 


3 





2 


6-0.5 




McCall 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 




























m^^ 


Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FGA 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FTA 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


■,.■ y^%' 


1999-00 


2-0 


3-1.5 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.5 


0-0 














0-0.0 




2000-01 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 














0-0.0 


■Sj 


i CAREER 


2-0 


3-1.5 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.5 


0-0 














0-0.0 



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NCAA 




COLLINS 



Guard 

(risfidd.Md. 

(Crisfi«ld/Harqrave Military) 

S-9> 180 > Freshman 



TOURNAHCNTS 

An ultra-quick point guard who is expected to help move 
the ball quickly up the floor for Maryland ...will move into 
the point guard rotation with Steve Blake and Drew Nicho- 
las ...was an outstanding scorer and exciting player in high school, 
before participating one season at Hargrave Military Academy. 

Williams on Collins: "Andre gives us a quick guard. Andre's as 
quick as anybody we'll play against. He has the ability to get the 
ball downcourt in a hurry.He is a better shooter than people think. 
It's going to be interesting to see how he fits in. The great thing 
about Andre is that I think he has the confidence in his game to 
be able to play right away, and you never know when there's an 
injury. Which, if there ever is, he becomes a very key player for us 
right away. Having a guy like Andre gives us a lot more flexibility. 
I still want Drew Nicholas to handle the ball, I will continue to do 
that, but I can envision Drew, Andre and Steve Blake on the court 
at the same time, if we wanted to be really quick. That would 
make us a great ballhandling team. Andre's going to play a lot of 
basketball at the University of Maryland." 

Hargrave Military Academy: Starting point guard for one sea- 
son at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., where Terra- 
pin teammate Lonny Baxter played,also . . . averaged 1 5.6 points 
and 8.0 assists per game in helping lead his squad to an overall 




ZOOI FINAL FOUR 

record of 27-1 ... led the team in assists and was second in scor- 
ing ... one of 1 1 players from his Hargrave team to land a Divi- 
sion I scholarship . . . scored 1 8 points, with seven rebounds and 
seven assists against Pfeiffer University IV ... scored 20 or more 
in consecutive games against Rockingham JC (24), Guilford Col- 
lege JV (21 ) and Southern Virginia College JV (21 ) . . . played in 
the Charm City Classic all-star game in Baltimore in April 2001, 
with fellow Maryland newcomer Michael Grinnon. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Crisfield High School in 
Crisfield, Md. . . . prep Ail-American who led his team to a 25-3 
record and a Maryland lA state title as a senior . . . averaged 
30.5 points, 9.9 assists, 5.1 steals and 4.9 rebounds per game on 
his way to earning first team all-state honors (small schools) ., . 
selected Player of the Year on the Eastern Shore and was tabbed 
to play in the Capital Classic All-Star game following his senior 
season . . . four-year starter who totaled 2,152 points in his ca- 
reer, never averaging fewer than 1 points in a season ... a first 
team all-state selection as a sophomore, junior and senior. 

Personal: Andre Collins . . . born Aug. 9, 1982 ... son of Ro- 
maine Henderson and Andrew Collins . . . siblings include An- 
drew (23),Chris (15),Chantel (10) and Danielle (9) . . . majoring 
in letters and sciences. 




KRPHOTt: Collins joins the Terps this season as one of four local Marylanders. 



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ye NCAA TOURMAHCNTS • 200/ FINAL FOUR 



GRINNON 



Forward 

Huntington, N.Y. 

(St. Dominic) 

6-6- 195 • Freshman 



A fundamentally sound shooter who theTerps expect to fill 
a perimeter role during his first college season ... can play 
as either a small forward or shooting guard . . . called a 
great outside shooter who knows the game . . . also is a heady 
defender. 

Williams on Grinnon:"Mike is one of those guys that really came 
on his senior year of high school. It's amazing, Juan Dixon did the 
same thing up in Baltimore. People rate players nowadays from 
the time they are freshmen in high school. And if you get on 
somebodyV'list" early, you're going to remain on those lists for the 
most part through your whole career. Mike wasn't on any of those 
lists early, but by the time he was a senior, he was playing against 
guys that were on those lists and doing very well.so I think Mike is 
really going to surprise a lot of players. What he is known for is 
shooting the basketball,and nowadays that isa tremendous edge, 
especially with the three-point line and the fact that a lot of guys 
aren't really good shooters any more.lf Mike can come in and shoot 
it, it can really help us.With the loss of Danny Miller,a guy that size 
that can play a little bit of guard becomes a little more important 
to us than if Danny was still here this year." 

High School: Graduated in 2001 from St. Dominic High School 
in Oyster Bay, N.Y. . . . averaged 1 9 points per game while lead- 



ing St. Dom to a No. 14 final ranking in last season's NY State 
Class A Poll ... team MVP and first team all-league .. . Grinnon 
and the perennial Long Island powerhouse Bayhawks were 
ranked as high as No.3 during the season . . . Grinnon scored 21 
points in the regular season finale against Holy Trinity, with a 
first guarter 3-pointer pushing him over the 1,000-point mark 
for his career ... had 29 points including 5 of 6 from 3-point 
range against St. John the Baptist . . . netted 25 points against 
Lincoln ... had 22 points and seven rebounds, including a game- 
tying trey at the end of regulation, in a triple-overtime thriller 
against St. Ray's ... averaged 16 points and seven rebounds as 
a junior . . . teamed with fellow Maryland newcomer Andre 
Collins at the Charm City Classic in Baltimore last April, scoring 
four points . . . played against Terp guard Drew Nicholas while 
he was in high school at Long Island Lutheran. 

Personal: Michael Grinnon . . . born Dec. 18, 1982 ... son of 
Hugh and Karen Grinnon ... has two older brothers, Jonathan 
(25) and Thomas (22) . . .majoring in letters and sciences . . . 
enjoys music, golf and political science . . . lists Rush Limbaugh 
and George W. Bush as two of the people he most admires . . . 
favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... a member of his high 
school's National Honor Society, student ambassadors and 
S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions). 




lERPNOTt: Grinnon played in last summer's Charm City Classic alongside fellow Terp freshman Andre Collins. 



RANDLE 

Forward/Center 

Duncan vi Me, Texas 

(Duncanville/Allegany (() 

6-9 -ZiiS- Junior 



VC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 

Junior college recruit who helped Allegany CC to the na- 
tional junior college finals . . . should help re-stock 
Maryland's interior depth, while adding another quality 
shooter facing the basket . . . will work into Maryland's rota- 
tion in the post . . . handles the ball well, and passes well for a 
big man. 

Williams on Randle:"We lose LaRon Cephas,Mike Mardesich 
and Terence Morris, so it's important that even though we have 
inside guys returning, we bring in another big body — and 
Ryan is 6-9, 245 pounds. But he also has very good skills. He 
can shoot the ball, he can pass, and put it on the floor a little 
bit. So, as with any new player, it's going to be interesting to 
find how he fits into the rotation. Like I said, we do have some 
good inside players, but if you want to go big and play three 
big guys at a time, Ryan certainly is talented enough to help 
us in that situation. It helps because he's more advanced and 
he's played in big games. His team played for the National Jun- 
ior College Championship last year. It's also where Steve Francis 
went to school, and those guys come out of there as basket- 
ball players. It's funny, when a lot of guys come out of high 
school, they might not be as good as some the big guys you 




• 200t FINAL FOUR 

hear about, but after two years at the junior college level, 
they've caught up. I think Ryan is one of those guys." 

At Allegany CC: Played the 1 999-00 and 2000-01 seasons at 
Allegany CC in Cumberland, Md., where he helped lead the 
Trojans to the NJCAA game last season ... led Allegany to a 
32-3 record and earned all-league honors in the Maryland 
Junior College Athletic Conference . . . Allegany finished 16-1 
in the MJCAA . . . Allegany was ranked No. 10 in the country, 
topping the century mark 16 times and ranking second in the 
nation in scoring . . . averaged 1 3.2 points and 7.8 rebounds 
per game while leading the team with 61 blocked shots . . . 
shot near 60 percent and ranked among MJCAA leaders . . . 
team was 28-2 as a freshman, when he averaged 10.2 points, 
5.1 rebounds and led the team with 31 blocks . . . also had 43 
assists and 27 steals,and shot 51 .5 percent from the field . . . 
season-high 23 points against Harford . . . helped send the 
Trojans to the Maryland JUCO championship with a rebound, 
full-court dribble and a 30-foot 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds 
remaining to send Allegany to a 72-71 win over Cecil . . . 
prompted coach Bob Kirk to claim after his freshman year that 
Randle was"the best player on our team even though he didn't 
start. We've never had anyone who is as capable a player ex- 
cept for Steve Francis." . . . Francis played at Allegany during 
the 1998 season before competing at Maryland as a junior in 
1999. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Duncanville High 
School in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas ... set a school record 
for blocked shots while leading his team to the 1 999 Texas 5A 
state championship, with a 79-63 win over Dallas Kimball .. . 
team was 35-3 while Randle averaged 1 points, 1 3 rebounds 
and six blocks en route to a second team all-state selection 
... his team advanced to the regional semifinal of the state 
tournament as a junior . . . considered one of the biggest 
"sleepers" in the nation coming out of Duncanville,according 
to the HOOP SCOOP recruiting service . . . earned all-tourney 
accolades at the Slam Dunk To The Beach tournament as a 
senior ... prepped at Duncanville with University of Texas 
teammates Chris Owens and Brian Boddicker . . . coached by 
Phil McNeely. 

Personal: Ryan Randle . . . born April 21,1981 .. . son of Jes- 
sica Randle ... has two younger brothers, Tye (18) and 
Terrance(14) ... an uncle, Christopher Randle, was a former 
tight end at the University of New Mexico . . . favorite athlete 
is Grant Hill . . . nickname is"Sleepy" 



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lERPNOTt: tod/e's tosf r/iree imiom: a Texas prep title, an appearance in the 2000 Maryland MO championship and another at the 2001 national }.C. title game 





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SENIORS 



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KRPNOTt: Maryland is one of only six Division I schools to win at least 25 games in each of the last three seasons. 



H C H T S • 20 01 FINAL FOUR 




four foe Duke on 



INI^ISSECTION 

Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic 

BB&T Classic 

American, Arizona 83 

Clemson, Connecticut 

Delaware State, Detroit 85 

Duke, Florida 

Florida State, George Washington 87 

Georgia Tech, Illinois 

Monmouth, Norfolk State 

North Carolina, NC State 90 

Oklahoma, Princeton 91 

Temple, Virginia 92 

Wake Forest, William & Mary 93 

ACC Composite Schedule 94 

NCAA/ACC Tournament Brackets 96 




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CIGUT COMSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCHT5 • 200I FINAL FOUR 



(Oi\(iSVS.O\NCEI!IKON CLASSIC 



Temple 





Hov.8,6:30p.m. 
(ESPN2) 








Consolation 

/VOK 9, 
6:30p.m. 
(ISPH2) 


Florida 
Arizona 


Championship 

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




Nov.8,9p.m. 
(ESPN2} ■ 










Maryland 





BB&ICLASSIC 



Maryland 





Dec. 2, 1pm. 
(Raycom/Comcaitj 




Consolation 

Dec. 3 

5:30p.m. 


Championship 

Dec. 3 

8p.m. 
(Paycom/Comcast) 


Princeton 
George Washington 


Dec. 2, 3:30 p.m. 
(Raycom/Comcast) 







BB&T 




Connecticut 

BB&T Classic Results 

Dec 2, 1995 
Florida 75, George Washington 66 /~\T \ COJ/^ 
Massachusetts 50, Maryland 47 ( I A J jK 

fonio/ohon; Maryland 98, George Washington 81 
Championship: Massachusetts 80, Florida 58 

Dec. 8, 1996 

George Washington 57, Mississippi State 36 
Maryland 80, California 64 
Dec. 9, 1996 
Comolation: California 78, Mississippi State 45 
Championship: Maryland 74, George Washington 68 

Dec. 7, 1997 

#19Maryland86,#2Kansas83 
George Washington 66, Penn 62 
Dec. 8, 1997 
Consolation: Kansas 89, Penn 71 
Championship: George Washington 70, Maryland 66 

Dec. 6, 1998 

DePaul 87, George Washington 79 
#2 Maryland 62, #5 Stanford 60 
Dec. 7, 1998 
Consolation: Stanford 70, George Washington 56 
Championship: Maryland 92, DePaul 75 




Coaches vs. Cancer Results 

Nov. 11, 1998 

Wake Forest 75, Iowa 73 
Temple 65, Georgia Tech 49 
Nov. 12, 1998 
Consolation: Illinois 65,Georgetown 50 
CAomp/ons/i/p; Temple 59, Wake Forest 48 

Nov. 11 1999 

#13Stanford80,#10Duke79(OT) 
Iowa 70, #1 Connecticut 68 
Nov. 12, 1999 
Consolation: fl Connecticut 71, #10 Duke 66 
f/jomprom/j/p; #13 Stanford 72, Iowa 58 

Nov. 9, 2000 

#6Kansas99,#19UCLA98 
StJohn's 62, #12 Kentucky 61 
Nov. 10,2000 

Consolation: m UCLA 97, #1 2 Kentucky 92 
Championship: D6 Kansas 82, St. John's 74 



Dec. 4,1999 

George Washington 72, Seton Hall 63 
#20 Maryland 69, #16 Illinois 67 
Dec. 5,1999 
Consotof/on; Illinois 72, Seton Hall 61 
CAflmp/oni/i/p.G. Washington 74,Maryland 69 

Dec. 2, 2000 

#13 Maryland 82, Michigan 51 
George Washington 85, St John's 75 
Dec. 3, 2000 
Championship: DM Maryland 71, George Washington 63 
Conso/flfran;St,John's 97, Michigan 83 



All-Tournament Teams 

1998 

Lamont Barnes, Temple (MVP) 
Robert O'Kelly, Wake Forest 
Corey Bradford, Illinois 
Quince Wadley, Temple 
Anthony Perry, Georgetown 



Jason Collins, Stanford 
Kevin Freeman, UConn 
Chris Carawell, Duke 



1999 

Jarron Collins, Stanford (MVP) 
Jacob Jaacks, Iowa 



2000 

Kenny Gregory, Kansas (MVP) 
OmarCook,St,John's 
Keith Bogans, Kentucky 
Drew Gooden, Kansas 
Earl Watson, UCLA 



Coaches vs. Cancer Records 

Individual Points 28 Chris CarawelL Duke vs. Stanford,'99 

Indiv. Rebounds 14 DanGadzuric.UCLAvs.Kentucky.'OO 

Individual Assists 11 Kirk Hinrich, Kansas vs. St John's, '00 

Individual Steals 6 OmarCook,St.John'svs.Kansas,'00 

Individual Blocks 4 Jason Collins, Stanford vs. Duke, '99 

Team Points 99 Kansas vs. UCLA, '00 

Team Rebounds 51 Stanford vs. Duke,'99 



BB&T Classic Records 

Points 30 Marcus Camby, UMass.vs. Florida,'95 

Total Rebounds 16 RaefLafrentz, Kansas vs. Maryland, '97 

Assists 10 Edgar Padilla, UMass vs. Florida,'95 

Steals 6 Laron Profit Maryland vs. Kansas, '97 

Blocked Shots 6 Terence Morris, Maryland vs. GW, '99 

Turnovers 9 Rodney Elliott, Maryland vs. Kansas, '97 

Field Goals 12 Raef LaFrentz, Kansas vs. Penn,'97 

Field Goal Attempts . 21 Raef LaFrentz, Kansas vs. Maryland,'97 

FG Pet. (min 10 FGA) 800 Raef LaFrentz, Kansas vs. Penn, '97 

800 Garrett Kreitz, Penn vs. GW,'97 

3 Pt. Field Goals 6 Garrett Kreitz, Penn vs. GW,'97 

3 Pt. FG Attempts 11 Kwame Evans, GW vs. Florida,'95 

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



All-Tournament Teams 


Team Records 






1995 


7998 


Field Goals 


.... 36 .. 


Kansas vs. Penn,'97 


Marcus Camby, Mass. (MVP) 


Steve Frands, Maryland (MVP) 


FG Attempts 


....81.. 


StJohn'svs.GW'OO 


Dametri Hill, Florida 


Mark Madsen, Stanford 


FG Percentage 


. .571 .. 


Kansas vs. Penn,'97 


Alexander Koul, G.Washington 


Yegor Mescheriakov, 


3 Pt. Field Goals 


9 .. 


Florida vs. GW, '95 


Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 


George Washington 




9 .. 


Penn vs. Kansas,'97 


Greg Williams, Florida 


Terence Morris, Maryland 




9.. 


Pennvs.GW,'97 




Quentin Richardson, DePaul 




9.. 


Seton Hall vs.lllinois, '99 


1996 




3-Pt.FGA 


....28.. 


Seton Hall vs. Illinois, '99 


Keith Booth, Maryland (MVP) 


7999 


3-PtFG(pct.) 


. .600 .. 


Penn vs. GW, '97 


Ed Gray, California 
Alexander Koul, G.Washington 




Free Throws 


^^ 


Maryland vs.GW,'96 


George Washington (MVP) 


FT Attempted 


.... 47 .. 


Maryland vs. GW,'96 


Yegor Mescheriakov, 


Juan Dixon, Maryland 


FT Pet. 


1.000.. 


GW(21-21)vsMaryland,'00 




George Washington 


Lonny Baxter, Maryland 


Total Rebounds . 


.... 51 .. 


Kansas vs. Maryland,'97 


Laron Profit, Maryland 


Cory Bradford, Illinois 


Personal Fouls 


.... 32 .. 


GWvs.Maryland,'96 




Darius Lane, Seton Hall 


Pomts 


....98.. 


Maryland vs.GW, '95 


7997 




Assists 


....22.. 


Maryland vs.GW, '95 


Rodney Elliott, Maryland 


2000 




.... 22 .. 


UMass vs. Florida,'95 


Raef LaFrentz, Kansas 


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....22.. 


Maryland vs.0ePaul,'98 


Paul Pierce, Kansas 


George Washington (MVP) 


Blocked Shots 


....10.. 


GWvs.Maryland,'99 


Laron Profit, Maryland 


Juan Dixon, Maryland 


Steals 


....15.. 


California vs.Miss St.,'96 


Shawnta Rogers, 


Byron Mouton, Maryland 




....15.. 


Maryland vs.Kansas,'97 


George Washington (MVP) 


Anthony Glover St. John's 


Margin of Victory 


...a.. 


California vs. Mississippi St.,'96 




Bernard Robinson, Michigan 


Attendance 


0,544 ... 


. Md. vs. Stanford, GW vs. DePaul, 1 2/6/98 



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General Information 

Location: Washington, D.C. 
Enrollment: 5,294 
Founded: 1893 

Colors: Red and Blue 
Conference: Patriot 
Nickname: Eagles 
Home Arena: Bender Arena (4,500) 
President: Dr. Benjamin Ladner 
Athletia Director: Tom George 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jetf Jones (Virgnia '82) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 153-124/9 

Record at American/Yrs.: 7-20/1 

Best Time to Reach: Mornings 

Office Phone: 202-885-3010 

Assistant Coaches: Kelvin Jefferson (Southern Con- 
necticut State '95), Ryan Odom (Hampden-Sydney 
'96), Kieran Oonohue (Virginia '97) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 7-20 

Conference Record/finish: 3- 1 3/9th (Colonial Ath- 
letic Conference) 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None ^ ^ . 

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Media Services ' 

Basketball SID:J.C. Whipple 
Office Phone: 202 885-3030 
Home Phone:410-347-5618 
E-Mail: jcwhipm'american.edu 
Office Fax: 202-885-3033 
Press Row Phone: 202-885-8232 
Website: www.aueagles.com 

2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player 

2 Brian Williams F 

3 Glenn Stokes G 

4 Nick Boyd F 

5 Steven Miles G 
10 Andres Rodriguez G 
12 Jason Thomas G 



Pos. Ht. m. Yr. 



13 Vladimir Buscaglia F 6 

14 Ryan Graham 

21 Keith Gray 

22 Demek Adams 
32 Patrick Doctor 

40 Patrick Okpwae 

41 Mate] Crtsnik 

42 Ricardas Patiejunas 
52 Joe Casper 



3 190 
9 160 
7 220 

4 185 
3 185 
3 190 

6 200 
165 
B 220 
170 
i 230 

7 210 
9 225 
6 200 
230 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 9-1 
Last (Ifleeting: Maryland won 81 -74 on Oec.2 1 , 1 996 
(College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N17 at Maryland 



at St. Francis (Pa.) 

Fairleigh Dickinson 

College of Charleston 

Pennsylvania 

at Radford 

at North Carolina A&T 
DIO at Howard 
D20 atVanderbilt 
D22 at Florida State 
D29 Wagner 
J2 Liberty 

Fairfield 

at Colgate ^ 

Army 

Lafayette ^ 

Bucknell ^ 

at Lehigh 

at Holy Cross 

Navy 

Colgate 

at Army 

at Lafayette 

at Bucknell .^ 

Lehigh ' 

at Navy 

Holy Cross 



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Starters: 2 returning, 3 lost: Letterwinners: 5 returning. 



Hometown PPG RPG AP6 

Richmond,Va. 5.3 3.0 

Silver Spring, Md. 

West Orange, N.J. 

Alexandria, Va. 

San Juan, PR. 

Herndon,Va. 

Geneva, Switzerland 9.3 3.4 

St. John, New Brunswick 

Longview.Texas 6.3 6.2 

Washington, DC. 2.2 1.6 2,0 

Brandywine.Md. 16.1 7.3 

Yaounde, Cameroon 

Velenje, Slovenia 

Vilnius, Lithuania 

Overland Park, Kan. 

4 lost; Heturning starters mdkateil in bold 



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General Information 

Location: Tucson,Ariz. 
Enrollment: 35,400 
Founded: 1885 
Colors: Cardinal and Navy 
Conference: Pacific-10 
Nickname: Wildcats 
Home Arena: McKale Center (14,545) 
President: Dr. Peter Likins 
Athletics Director: Jim Livengood 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Lute Olson (Augsburg '58) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 639-225/28 
Record at Arizona/Yrs.: 447-133/18 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 520-621-4813 
AssistantCoaches:JimRosborough(lowa'66),Rodney 
Tention (San Francisco '88), Jay John (Arizona '81 ) 



Conference Record/Finish: 15-3/2nd 
Final Rankings: No.5 AP No.2 USA Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 5-1; Lost to Duke, 82-72, in NCAA Tour- 
nament Finals 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Richard Paige 
Office Phone:520-621-4163 
Home Phone: 520-790-4347 
E-Mail: rpaigeii'email.arizona.edu 
OfficeFax:520-621-2681 
Press Row Phone: 520-621-4334 
Website: www.ari2cats.com 



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2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 



Pos. Ht. m. Yr. 



3 WilBynum G 6 

4 Luke Walton F 

5 Travis Hanour G 
11 Jason Ranne G 
13 Andrew Zahn F 

20 Salim Stoudamire G 

21 Mike Schwertley F 6 

22 Jason Gardner G 5 

33 Rick Anderson F t 

34 Dennis Latimore F ( 
45 ChanningFrye C 6 
52 Isaiah Fox C 6 



183 
233 



189 So. 
200 So. 



3 254 Fr. 

I 175 Fr. 

i 224 So. 

181 Jr. 

3 213 Jr. 

J 254 Fr. 

222 Fr. 

J 286 Fr. 



Starters: 1 returning, 4 lost; Letterwinners: 6 returning. 



Series Information 

Series Record: Arizona leads 2-0 
Last Meeting: Arizona won 87-79 on March 1 9, 1 998 
(NCAA Sweet Sixteen) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N8 Maryland ' 

N9 Florida/Temple ' 

N17 at Texas 

Dl Kansas 

D4 vs. Illinois' 

D8 vs. Purdue' 

D15 at Michigan State 

D20 at Oregon State 

D22 at Oregon 

D28 Pepperdine' 

030 Valparaiso/West Virginia' 

J4 Oregon 

J6 Oregon State 

J10 at Washington State 

J12 at Washington ^-_ 

J17 use .:!:_ 

J19 UCLA 

J23 at Arizona State 

J26 Connecticut 

J31 at California 

F2 at Stanford 

F7 Washington 

F9 Washington State 

F14 at UCLA 

F16 at use 

F20 Arizona State 

F28 Stanford 

M2 California 

l-(mtieinCmerlWNCIaiiic{New'/ork.N.Y.J:2-f^oeni}i,Am.: 

i-Wooden f/flssic (Anaheim, (alii): i-Bank One fmto Bowl 

ClaiSK (Tucion, Ari^ ) 



Hometown PPG RPG APG 

Chicago, III. 

San Diego, Calif. 5.5 3.9 3.2 

Laguna Beach, Calif. 3.1 1.4 0.6 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Redondo Beach, Calif. 

Lake Oswego, Ore. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 1.1 0.9 0.1 

Indianapolis, Ind. 10.9 3.0 4.1 

Long Beach, Calif. 

Halsted.Kan. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Santa Monica, Calif. 

9 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 




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[[[MSONTIGERS 



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ZO,M COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

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General Information 

Location: ClemsonSC. 

Enrollment: 16,685 

Founded: 1889 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname:Tigers 

Home Arena: Littlejohn Coliseum (11,020) 

President: James F. Barker 

Athletics Director: Bobby Robinson 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Larry Shyatt (College of Wooster 73) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 61-63/4 

Record at ClemsonArs.: 42-54/3 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone:864-656-1954 

Assistant Coaches: Darren Tillis (Paul Quinn College 

'96),BobbyHussey (Appalachian State '63), Matt 

Driscoll(SlipperyRocl('92) 

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Overall Record: 12-19 
Conference Record/Finish: 2-14/9th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID:Todd Lamb 
Office Phone: 864-656-21 14 
Home Phone: 864-356-1078 
E-Mail: bryanl(s>clemson.edu 
Office Fax: 864-656-0299 
Press Row Phone: 864-654-3326 
Website: www.clemsontigers.com 




2001-02 Roster 

Wo. f\oyer 

Tony Stockman 

4 Steve Allen 

5 Sharrod Ford 
10 Edward Scott 
12 OluBabalola 
14 Chey Christie 
21 Ray Henderson 
20 Walker Holt 
31 TomasNagys 

33 JamarMcKnight 

34 Jemere Hendrix 

35 Dwon Clifton 
43 Chris Hobbs 
45 Jermel Douglas 



fOi. 

G 
C 
F 
G 
F 
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F/C 
G 



Ht. m. Yr. 

170 So. 

10 235 Fr. 

210 Fr. 

185 Jr. 

245 Fr 

170 Fr. 

250 Jr. 



190 
235 
195 
215 



Sr. 

Fr. 

4 190 So. 
7 250 So. 

3 175 Jr. 



Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 



Series Information 

Series Record: Ivlaryland leads the series, 78-42 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 69-54 on Feb 4, 2001 
(College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N17 Morris Brown' 

N19 Paradise Jam' 

N20 Paradise Jam' 

N24 Wofford 

N27 at Penn State ^ 

N29 Coastal Carolina 

D2 at Duke 

D5 Appalachian State 

D8 South Carolina ^^ 

D15 Elon 1^ 

D18 Winthrop 

D22 Charleston Southern 

D28 at Hartford ' 

J2 Yale 

J5 at Georgia Tech 

J8 Virginia 

J12 atWake Forest 

J15 NC State 

J20 at Maryland 

J24 at Florida State 

J27 North Carolina 

F2 Duke 

F6 Georgia Tech 

FIG atVirginia 

F13 Wake Forest 

F16 at NC State 

F20 Maryland 

F23 Florida State 

F27 at North Carolina 

1-ParadisejQm;2-ACC/Blg Ten ChsHenge;3-ct Norwich, Conn. 



Hometown PPG RPC APC 

Medina,Ohio 12.0 1.9 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Accokeek, Md. 

Eastover,S.C. 7.3 3.4 4.2 

London, England 

Biloxi,Miss. 

Charlotte, N.C. 5.4 4.8 

Greensboro, N.C. 0.3 1.0 

Mazeika, Lithuania 3.7 4.1 

Zachery.La. 3.4 1.3 

Covington, 6a. 

High Point, N.C. 3.9 2.6 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 7.3 6.3 

Rock Hill, S.C. 0.1 0.1 

4 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 




General Information 

Location: Storrs, Conn. 

Enrollment: 23,419 

Founded: 1881 

Colors: Navy and White 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Huskies 

Home Arena: Harry A.Gampel Pavilion (10,027)/ 

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



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Jim Calhoun (AlC '68) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 599-279/29 

Record at Connecticut/Yrs.: 349-142/15 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 860-486-2720 

Assistant Coaches: Dave Leitao (Northeastern '83), 

Tom Moore (Boston University '87), George Blaney 

(Holy Cross '61) 

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Overall Record: 20-12 /' - /^ /7a^ 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/T3rd 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 1-1; lost to Detroit, 67-61, in NIT 2nd 

Media Services 

Basketball SID:TimTolokan 
Office Phone:860-486-3531 
Home Phone: 860-487-0426 

E-Mail: timt(?'athletics.ath.uconn.edu 
Office Fax: 860-486-5085 
Press Row Phone: 860-486-1888 (Gampel) 
Website: www.uconnhuskies.com 

2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. 

2 Robert Swain G 6-4 205 So. 

3 Caron Butler F 6-7 235 So. 

4 Ben Gordon G 6-2 185 Fr. 

5 Chad Wise F 6-5 190 Fr. 
10 Kwasi Gyambibi G 6-0 175 Sr. 
12 Taliek Brown G 6-1 185 So. 

20 Justin Brown C 7-0 245 Jr. 

21 Scott Hazelton F 6-8 210 Fr. 
25 Mike Hayes F 6-8 215 Jr. 
30 ShamonTooles 6/F 6-5 210 So. 
32 Tony Robertson G 6-2 200 Jr. 
35 Mike Woodward G 6-5 215 Jr 
44 Johnnie Selvie F 6-7 235 Sr. 
50 EmekaOkafor C/F 6-9 240 Fr. 
Starters: 2 returning, 3 lost; Letterwinners: 8 return 



Series Information 

Series Record: Connecticut leads the series, 3-0 
Last Meeting: Connecticut won 99-89 on Mar. 23, 
1995 (NCAA Sweet Sixteen) 



2001-02 Schedule 

N19 Vanderbilt 

N26 New Hampshire 

D2 vs. George Washington' 

03 Maryland/Princeton ' 

D8 Northeastern 

Dll at Massachusetts 

D21 Quinnipiac 

D28 St. Bonaventure 

J2 atVirginia Tech 

J5 Miami 

J7 Oklahoma 

JIO Virginia Tech g 

J13 atVillanova ^ 

J16 at Providence 

J19 North Carolina 

J23 St.John's 

J26 at Arizona 

J30 at Rutgers 

at Miami 

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F2 

F5 

F9 at St.John's 

F11 Villanova 

F16 Boston College 

F19 at Georgetown 

F23 WestVirginia 

F25 at Boston College 

M 2 Seton Hall 

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Hometown PPG RPG APG 

College Park, Ga. 1.5 0.5 

Racine, Wise. 15.3 7.6 

Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

Lonoke, Ark. 

Norwalk,Conn. 

Queens, N.Y. 8.1 2.5 4.9 

Perth, Austrailia 1.2 1.2 

Reading, Mass. 1.2 0.4 

Hartford, Conn. 
Coatesville,Pa. 

East Providence, R.I. 7.2 2.2 
Rocky River, Ohio 

Flint, Miss. 10.9 5.5 

Houston, Texas 
ng, 3 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



KKPNOTt: Maryland's 104-92 win at Qemson last year produced the most points in the history of the Maryland-Oemson series. 




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General Information 

Location: Dover, Del. 
Enrollment: 3,200 
Founded: 1891 

Colors: Columbia Blue and Red 
Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 
Nickname: Hornets 
Home Arena: Memorial Hall (3,000) 
President: Dr. William 6. Delauder 
Athletics Director: Dr. Hallie Gregory 

Coachin9 Staff 

Head Coach: Greg Jackson (St. Paul's) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 13-15/1 

Record at Delaware State/Yrs.: 13-15/1 

Best Time to Reach: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m. -2 p.m. 

Office Phone: 302-857-7559 

Assistant Coaches: Jarrell Wilkerson (Norfolk State 

75), Keith Walker (Clemson '81), Arthur Tyson 

(North Carolina Centrar81) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 13-15 
Conference Record/Finish: 1 1-7/3rd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dennis Jones * 
Office Phone: 302 857-6068 
Home Phone: 302-736-0873 
E-Mail: djonesw'dsc.edu 
Office Fax: 302-857-6069 
Press Row Phone: 302-730-5236 
Website: www.dsc.edu/athletics 

2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player Pos. Ht. Wt Yr. 

4 Isaiah Nathaniel G/F 6-5 185 So. 

5 Carrlngton Hightower G/F 6-4 185 Sr. 
10 Tyrone Johnson G 6-1 185 So 

12 Miles Davis G S-S 145 So. 

13 Anthony Dulin G 6-1 175 Sr 

22 Marty Bailey G 6-2 190 Sr. 

23 Andre Matthews F 6-5 210 Jr. 
32 James Bowen G 6-1 160 Jr 
40 Sergey Stephanenkov F 6-6 225 Sr. 

Terrance Hunter G/f 6-7 215 Fr 

AntuwanDent F 6-7 210 Fr. 

AntonJames F/C 6-8 210 Jr. 

DhaaminHill 6 6-5 205 Jr. 

RasheeiOliver F/C 6-9 225 Fr. 

Reginald Walker G 6-4 180 So. 

frenk Sturdivant F/C 6-9 225 Fr. 



Series Information 

Scries Record: Maryland leads the series, 2-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 118-55 on Jan. 17, 
1996 (College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 Hartford 

N18 atVillanova 

N20 at Maine 

N24 at Maryland 

N26 at Old Dominion 

D1 at South Carolina State 

D3 at North Carolina A&T 

D8 at Eastern Michigan 

D19 atFordham 

D22 at Fairleigh Dickinson 

D28 atVillanova 

J2 at Towson 

J5 Coppin State 

J7 Morgan State 

J12 Bethune-Cookman 

J14 Florida A&M 

J19 at Hampton 

J21 at Norfolk State 

J26 Maryland-Eastern Shore 

F2 South Carolina State 

F4 North Carolina A&T 

F9 at Coppin State 

F11 at Morgan State 

F16 at Bethune-Cookman 

F18 at Florida A8,M 

F23 Hampton 

F25 Norfolk State 

M2 at Howard 



Hometown PP6 RP6 AP6 

Philadelphia, Pa. 2.6 1.4 

Miami, Fla. 7.5 2.5 

Amityville.N.Y. 1.2 1.0 

Philadelphia, Pa. 6.2 2.1 4.7 
New York, N.Y. 2.6 1.5 

Easton,Md. 9.8 2.0 

Seaford.Del. 14.8 4.9 

Landover,Md. 9.2 2.2 

St. Petersburg, Russia 6.1 4.5 
Charlotte, N.C. 
Augusta, Ga. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Middleburg,Va. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



General Information 

Location: Detroit, Mich. 
Enrollment: 6,000 
Founded: 1877 
Colors: Red, White,and Blue 
Conference: Horizon 
Nickname: Titans 
HomeArena:Calihan Hall (8,837) 
President: Sister Maureen A. Fay, O.P 
Athletics Director: Brad Kinsman 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Perry Watson (Eastern Michigan 72) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 148-88/8 
Record at Detroit/Yrs.: 148-88/8 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone:313-993-1731 
Assistant Coaches: David Greer (Bowling Green '83), 
Mickey Barnett(Xavier '90) 

2000-01 ' '^ 

Overall Record: 25-1 2 

Conference Record/Finish: 10-4/2nd 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 3-2; lost to Memphis, 86-71, in NIT Third 
Place Game 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mark Engel 
OfficePhone:313-993-1745 ~ 

Home Phone:810-979-1779 
E-Mail: englemlg'udmercy.edu 
OfficeFax:313-993-1765 
Press Row Phone: 31 3-993- 1763 
Website: www.detroittitans.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: First Meeting 
Last Meeting: None 

2001-02 Schedule 

N12 at Michigan State' 

N24 Alabama A&M 

N28 Wyoming 

D1 Western Michigan 

D3 at Eastern Michigan 

D6 at Oakland 

D9 at Maryland 

015 Toledo 

D19 at Central Michigan 

022 at Bowling Green 

D28 UC Santa Barbara ' 




2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

2 Mike Harmon 

4 Terrell Riggs 

5 David Baxter 

11 Jimmy Twyman 

12 Greg Grays 

13 Mark Maxwell 

23 Clark Headen 

24 Darius Belin 

25 Bernie Fuhs 
31 Hilton Napoleon 
34 WillieGreen 
42 MarcMazur 

Willie Wallace 



Pos. 

F/C 
F 
G 
G 
6 



6-4 188 
6-10 264 

6-7 250 



Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost; letterwinners: 13 returning, 



l-Pieiemon NIT (Eml Lansing, Micli.!. 2-Coble Cm Classic 
(Santa Clara, Calif) 



Hometown PPG RP6 AP6 

Ypsilanti,Mich. 3.6 4.0 

Detroit, Mich. 10.1 6.5 

Detroit, Mich. 

Detroit, Mich. 0.7 1.2 

Detroit, Mich. 9.0 2.7 

Detroit, Mich. 2.6 2.8 

Detroit, Mich. 

Detroit, Mich. 4.6 2.9 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 1.3 0,3 

Detroil.Mich. 1.6 2.1 

Detroit, Mich. 13.2 5.0 2.42 

Clarkston.Mich. 3.6 3.1 

Flint, Mich. 

, 2 lost; Returning uarters indicated in bold 



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Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



lEKPHOTt: Delaware State provided Gary Williams ' first Maryland coaching victory Meanwhile, Detroit is one of two first-time opponents for Williams this season. 







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General Information 

Location: Durham, N.C. 

Enrollment: 6,202 

Founded: 1838 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Home Arena: Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) 

President: Dr.NanO.Keohane 

Athletics Director: Joe Alleva 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski (Army '69) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 606-223/26 

Record at Duke/Yrs.: 533-164/21 

Best Time to Reach: ACC Teleconference 

Office Phone: 919-613-7500 

Assistant Coaches: Johnny Dawkins (Duke '86), 

Steve Wojciechowski (Duke '98),Chris Collins (Duke 

'96) 

ZOOO-OI 

Overall Record: 35-4 
Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/Tlst 
Final Rankings: No. 1 AR No. 1 USA Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 6-0; National Champions 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Jon Jackson 
Office Phone:919-684-2633 
Home Phone: 919-484-9927 
E-Mail: sid^i'duke.edu 
Office Fax: 919-684-2489 
Press Row Phone: 91 9-684-6 1 86 
Website: wwv^.goduke.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Duke leads the series, 95-53 
Last Meeting: Duke won 95-84 on Mar. 31, 2001 
(NCAA Final Four) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N19 vs.SetonHall' 

N20 at Maui Invitational' 

N21 at Maui Invitational' 

N25 Portland 

N27 Iowa' 

D2 Clemson 

D5 Temple 

D8 at Michigan 

D16 North Carolina A8iT 

D18 Kentucky' 

D29 San Diego St. 

J2 at Davidson 

J6 at Florida State 

JIO Georgia Tech 

J13 at NC State 

J17 Maryland 

J19 Wake Forest 

J24 at Boston College 

J27 Virginia 

J31 at North Carolina 

F2 at Clemson 

F7 Florida State 

F9 at Georgia Tech 

F14 NC State 

F17 at Maryland 

F21 atWake Forest 

F24 St.John's 

F28 at Virginia 

M3 North Carolina 

1 'Maui Invitational (iahaina llawaii}:2-ACC/Blg Ten Challenge 
(Chicago, lll.l;3-IlmmyVCIaiSic (East KutherforiH J.I 




2001-02 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. 

3 NickHorvath F 6-10 230 

4 Carlos Boozer C 6-9 270 

5 Daniel Ewing G 6-3 170 
13 Andy Means G 6-5 190 
15 Andre Buckner G 5-10 170 

20 Casey Sanders C 6-11 230 

21 Chris Duhon G 6-1 190 

22 Jason Williams G 6-2 196 
30 Dahntay Jones G 6-6 210 
34 MikeDunleavy F 6-9 220 

40 AndyBorman G 6-1 181 

41 MattChristensen F 6-10 265 

42 Reggie Love G/F 6-4 225 
45 Mark Causey G 6-3 175 
Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost, Letterwinners: 1 1 



Yr. Hometown PPG RPG APC 

So. Shoreview,Minn. 2.8 2.3 

Jr. Juneau.Ak. 13.3 6.5 

Fr. Missouri City, Texas 

Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jr. Hopkinsville,Ky. 0.2 0.4 

Jr. Tampa, Fla. 2.5 1.8 

So. Slidell.La. 7.2 3.2 

Jr. Planfield, N J. 21.6 3.3 6.1 

Jr. Trenton, N.J. 

Jr. Lake Oswego, Ore. 12.6 5.7 

Jr. Morrisville,N.C. 0.9 0.5 

Sr. Belmont, Mass 1.6 2.3 

So. Charlotte, N.C. 1.3 1.6 

Fr. Gainesville, Ga. 
tsXu!i\'mq,4\o'it,Returning starters indicated in bold 




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General Information 

Location: Gainesville, Fla. 

Enrollment: 45,1 14 

Founded: 1853 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Conference: Southeastern 

Nickname: Gators 

Home Arena: Stephen C.O'Connell Center (12,000) 

President: Or. Charles Young 

Athletics Director: Jeremy Foley 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Billy Donovan (Providence '87) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 137-76/7 

Record at Florida/Yrs.: 102-56/5 

Best Time to Reach: SEC Teleconference (M & Th.- 
11 :07am EST) 

Office Phone:352-375-4683 ext.4285 

Assistant Coaches: Anthony Grant (Dayton '87), 
Donnie Jones (Pikeville '88), John Pelphrey (Ken- 
tucky '91) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 24-7 

Conference Record/Finish: 1 2 4/T1 st 

Final Rankings: No.8 AP, No. 13 USA Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 1 - 1 ; lost to Temple, 75-54, in NCAA Sec- 
ond Round ■ ' •i-'iwwiB^ 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Steve McClain 
Office Phone: 352-375-4683 ext.61 15 
Home Phone: 352-335-6539 
E-Mail: stevemisgators.uaa.uf1.edu 
Office Fax: 352-375-4809 
Press Row Phone: 352-371-0281 
Website: www.gatorzone.com 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

1 Orien Greene 

2 James White 
4 Adrian Moss 
10 Brett Nelson 
12 Justin Hamilton 
15 Matt Bonner 

23 LaDariusHalton 

24 David Lee 
42 Bonell Colas 
50 Udonis Haslem 
53 Ronnie King 



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Series Information 

Series Record: Florida leads the series, 1 -C 
Last Meeting: Florida won 39-24 on Feb. 26, 1932 
(Southern Conference Tournament) 



2001-02 Schedule 

N8 Temple ' 

N9 Maryland/Arizona ' 

N16 Florida State 

N28 at New Hampshire 

D2 Tulane 

D5 Michigan State 

D8 at South Florida 

D15 Charlotte' 

D18 High Point 

D22 New Orleans 

D28 Stetson ,^W 

D30 Belmont 

J5 South Carolina 

J9 at Tennessee 

J12 atVanderbilt 

J16 Louisiana State 

J19 Georgia 

J26 at Arkansas 

J29 Kentucky 

F2 Mississippi State ,, 

F5 at South Carolina 

F9 Vanderbilt 

F12 at Georgia 

F16 at Mississippi " 

F20 Auburn 

F23 at Alabama 

f26 Tennessee 

M2 at Kentucky 

) -Coachei n. Cancel IKON Ctos/c (New fort, JV. I); 
2-at Miami, Fla- 



Pos. 

G 
G 
F 
G 
G 
F 
G 
F 
F 
C 
G 



6-9 219 

6-4 182 

6-3 207 

6-10 237 

6-4 200 

6-9 224 

6-9 205 

6-9 246 

5-11 178 



Hometown 

Gainesville, Fla. 
Kensington, Md. 
Houston, Texas 
St. Albans, W.Va. 
Sarasota, Fla. 
Concord, N.H. 
New Smyrna Bch, Fla. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Miami, Fla. 
Miami, Fla. 
Brandon, Fla. 



PPC RPG APG 

3.4 2.3 



13.3 

3.2 



3.0 
16.8 



Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



KRPNOTt: Last season's AII-ACC national semifinal game marlced the Wth time in NCAA liistory that two teams from the same league met in the Final Four. 




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WASHINGTON, D.(.(BB6T CLASSIC) 




General Information 

Location:Tallahassee,fla. 

Enrollment: 34,500 

Founded: 1851 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Seminoles 

Home Arena: Leon County Civic Center (12,200) 

President: Talbot'Sandy'0'Alembefte 

Athletics Director: Dave Hart Jr. 



Coaching Staff 




Head Coach: Steve Robinson (Radford '81) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 98-87/6 

Record at Florida StateArs.: 52-67/4 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone:850-644-1077 

Assistant Coaches: Coleman Crawford (North Ala- 
bama 75), Rob Wilkes (Stetson '93),Stephen Giles 
(North Carolina '90) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 9-21 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/8th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone:850-644-1077 
Home Phone: 850-385-8466 
E-Mail: cwalshimaller.fsu.edu 
Office Fax: 850-644-3820 
Press Row Phone: 850-224-4098 
Website: www.senilnoles.com 

2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player 

1 Michael Joiner 

3 J.D.Bracy 

4 Antwuan Dixon 

5 Adrian McPherson 
10 Delvon Arrington 
12 RyanLowery 
15 Trevor Harvey 
20 Andrew Wilson 
23 Marcell Haywood 
30 Monte Cummings 

33 Mike Mathews 

34 Nigel Dixon 
44 Adam Krieg 

50 David Anderson 

51 AdamWaleskowski 
54 Anthony Richardson F 6-7 190 
Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 12 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 17-6 
Last Meeting: Florida State won 74-71 on Feb. 14, 
2001 (College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 at Florida 

N20 Savannah State 

N23 Elon 

N28 at Northwestern ' 

D4 Birmingham Southern 

D8 Western Carolina 

D16 atWake Forest 

D19 Cleveland State 

D22 American 

D27 Virginia Tech 

D29 Campbell 



Pos. 
F 

G 

F 

G 

G 

G 

C 
G/F 

G 

G 6-4 180 
F/C 6-10 230 
F/C 6-10 350 

G 6-4 205 

C 7-0 250 

F 6-8 230 



Ht. Wt. 

6-7 215 

6-4 205 

6-5 200 

6-4 185 

5-11 170 

6-2 180 

6-11 230 

6-6 205 

5-11 180 



J2 at South Florida 
J6 Duke 
J8 at NC State 
J16 North Carolina 
J20 at Virginia 
J24 Clemson 
J26 at Maryland 
J30 at Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

at Duke 
FIO NC State 
F17 at North Carolina 
F20 Virginia 
F23 at Clemson 
F27 Maryland 
M2 Georgia Tech 
1-A(C/Big fen Challenge 




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Hometown 
Fayetteville, N.C. 

Kissimmee,Fla. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Bradenton,Fla. 
Hillside, N J. 
Gastonia,N.C. 
Inagua, Bahamas 
Kennesaw.Ga. 
Plantation, Fla. 
Quincy.Fla. 
Blountstown, Fla. 
Orlando, Fla. 
Ft. Myers, Fla. 
Lamar, Colo. 
Kettering, Ohio 
Raleigh, N.C. 



PPG RP6 AP6 
9.3 6.0 



Yr. 
So. 

So. 
Sr. 

Fr. 
Sr. 
So 
Jr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Sr 
Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
returning, 1 lost; Returning starters Indicated in bold 



11.5 4.1 

0.5 0.8 



4.3 1.7 
0.6 0.6 



General Information 

Location: Washington, D.C. 
Enrollment: 20,527 
Founded: 1821 
Colors: Buff and Blue 
Conference: AtlanticTen 
Nickname: Colonials 
Home Arena: Smith Center (5,000) 
President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 
Athletics Director: Jack Kvana 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Karl Hobbs (Connecticut '85) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 0-0/0 

Record at George WashingtonArs.: 0-0/0 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 202-994-6651 

Assistant Coaches: Steve Piklell (Connecticut '90), 

Darrell Brooks (Bowie State '79), Kevin Broadus 

(Bowie State '90) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 14-18 
Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/7th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 
Office Phone: 202-994-0339 
Home Phone: 703-658-1497 
E-Mail: bboweri8gwu.edu 
Office Fax: 202-994-271 3 
Press Row Phone: 202-994-1 776 
Website: www.gwsports.com 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

3 Albert Roma 

4 Chris Monroe 

5 T.J. Thompson 
14 Darnell Miller 

30 Marquln Chandler 

31 Jaason Smith 
34 Greg ColluccI 
42 DarrioScon 
44 Tamal Forchion 
50 Matija Debevec 




Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 33-25 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 71-63 on Dec. 3, 2000 
(BB8,T Classic) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N15 Marshall' 

N 1 6 Kentucky/Western Kentucky ' 

N19 at Texas A&M 

N23 BInghamton' 

N24 Yale/Stony Brook' 

N28 Boston Univ. 

D2 vs. Connecticut' 

D3 Maryland/Princeton ' 

D5 at Old Dominion 

D8 at Providence 

D29 Charlotte 

J3 St.Bonaventure 

J6 Duquesne 

J9 at Dayton ^ 

J13 La Salle -^ 

J17 Xavler *> 

J19 atSt.Joseph^ 

J23 at Massachusetts 

J26 Rhode Island 

J30 at Richmond 

F2 at La Salle 

F9 at Temple 

F14 at Xavler 

F16 at Duquesne 

F21 Dayton 

F23 Richmond 

M2 at Fordham 

1 - HABC Clank iiexington, Ky.j:2- RedAuerbmh Colonial 

Clanic (Waitiingun D.C): 3- BB&TCIassIc (Washington. 

O.C.I:4-Philadelphia,Pa. 




Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown 



PPG RPG APG 



7-0 263 
6-3 215 

5-11 177 



6-6 223 
6-6 240 
6-11 236 



Balenya, Spain 2 

Hyattsville,Md. 18. 

Germantown,Md. 
Bronx, N.Y. 1 

Oakland, Calif 2 

Boston, Mass. 5 

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 3 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Wlllingboro, N.J. 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 



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Starters: 1 returning, 4 lost; Letterwinners: 6 returning, 7 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 




IfRPNOTt: Maryland and 6W have annually co-hosted the BB&T Classic since 1995. 




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B700^ATLANTA.6A. 
IU0(lZCOLL£GEPAkK,MD. 




General Information 

Location: Atlanta.Ga. 

Enrollment: 14,000 

Founded: 1885 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets 

Home Arena: Alexander Mennorial Coliseum at 

McDonald'sCenter (9,191) 
President: Dr, G.Wayne Clough 
Athletics Director: Dave Braine 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Paul Hewitt (StJohn Fisher '85) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 83-40/4 

Record at Georgia Tech/Yrs.: 17-13/1 

Best Time to Reach: M-F1 1-2 

Office Phone: 404-894-5425 

Assistant Coaches: Dean Keener (Davidson '88),Cliff 
Warren (Mount St, liflary's ■90),Willie Reese (Geor- 
gia Tech '89) 

2000-01 - , 

OverallRecord:17 13 '^fc- I 

Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/T5th 
Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 0-1; lost to St. Joseph's 66-62, in NCAA 
First Round 




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Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Stantus 
Office Phone: 404-894-5445 
Home Phone: 770-951-1939 

E-Mail: mstamusjSat.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Office Fax: 404-894-1 248 
Press Row Phone: 404-894-5458, 5459 
Website: www.ramblinwreck.com 



2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player Pos. Ht. Wf. 



Series Information 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads the series, 30-25 
Last Meeting: Georgia Tech won 72-62 on Feb 2, 
2001 (Atlanta.Ga.) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 Florida A&M 

N19 Pennsylvania 

N22 Eastern Illinois ' 

N23 Illinois' 

N24 Las Vegas Invitational' 

N28 Wisconsin' 

02 at North Carolina 

D9 at Georgia 

D16 Syracuse' 

D19 Davidson 

D21 Wofford 

D23 Tulane 

D29 lUPUl 

J2 Cornell 

J5 Clemson 

JIO at Duke 

J13 Maryland 

J19 at NC State 

J22 Virginia 

J26 at Wake Forest 

J30 Florida State 

F2 North Carolina 

F6 at Clemson 

F9 Duke 

F13 at Maryland 

F16 at Saint Louis 

F20 NC State 

F23 atVirginia 

F27 Wake Forest 

M2 at Florida State 

1-Lm yeqoi Imitationol (Lai Vegas, HevJJ-ACC/Big Ten Chal- 
lenge; 3-Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) 




1 Barry Elder 

2 Isma'il Muhammad 

3 TonyAkins 

5 Clarence Moore 

12 LukeSchenscher 

14 Winston Neal 

24 Marvin Lewis 

32 Ed Nelson 

33 Halston Lane 

34 Robert Brooks 
44 Michael Isenhour 
55 Anthony McHenry 



6-3 215 

6-5 218 

5-11 185 

6-5 220 

7-0 230 

6-1 200 

6-4 200 

6-7 250 



Hometown 

Madison, 6a. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Lilburn.Ga. 

Norco,La. 

HopeForest,S.Australia 
Greenville, Ga. 
Germantown, Md. 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Saginaw, Mich. 
Lawrenceville,Ga. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



PPG RPC APC 



14.5 3.5 4.3 



17.1 
3.0 



;JJ Starters: 2 returning, 3 lostiLetterwinners: 8 returning,5lost;/?efum/n5sr(7iTer5/nd/cflferf/n(>oW 

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COLLEGE PARK, MD 



General Information 

Location: Champaign, III. 
Enrollment: 36,000 
Founded: 1867 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: Big Ten 
Nickname: Fighting mini 
Home Arena: Assembly Hall (16,450) 
President: James J. Stukel 
Athletics Director: Ron Guenther 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bill Self (Oklahoma State '85) 

Career RecordArs.: 157-88/8 

Record at lllinois/Yrs.: 27-8/1 

Best Time to Reach: Contart SID 

Office Phone:217-333-3400 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Gillisple (SW Texas State 
'83), Wayne McClain (Bradley '77), Norman Rob- 
erts (Queens College '87) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 27-8 
Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/Tlst 
Final Rankings: No. 4 AP, No. 6 USA Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 3 1; lost to Arizona, 87-81, in NCAA 
South Regional Final 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Kent Brown 
Office Phone:217 333-1391 
Home Phone:217-469-0230 
E-Mail: kwbrown3(?'uiuc.edu 
Office Fax: 217-333-5540 
Press Row Phone:217-333-1227 
Website: www.fightingillini.com 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

00 Brett Melton 

4 Luther Head 

13 Cory Bradford 

21 Robert Archibald 

22 Lucas Johnson 

23 Blandon Ferguson 

24 Sean Harrington 

25 Jerrance Howard 

30 Frank Williams 

31 Nick Huge 

33 Damir Krupalija 

34 Brian Cook 

42 Clayton Thomas 

43 Roger Powell 
45 Nick Smith 



6-3 170 

6-3 200 

6-11 250 

6-8 230 



6-6 210 
6-6 215 
7-2 240 



Series Information 

Series Record: The series is tied, 2-2 
Last Meeting: Illinois won 90-80 on Nov. 21, 2000 
(Maui Invitational) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 Gonzaga 

N19 Eastem Illinois 

N22 Pennsylvania' 

N23 Georgia Tech ' 

N24 Las Vegas Invitational' 

N27 at Maryland' 

D1 Texas A8(M - Corpus Christi 

D4 at Arizona 

08 Arkansas' 

016 Western Illinois 

018 Illinois State 

J2 Minnesota ' " 

J5 at Wisconsin 

J9 at Purdue 

J12 Michigan 

J15 Iowa 

J23 Wisconsin 

J27 at Indiana 

J29 at Ohio State 

F3 Michigan State 

F7 at Michigan 

F9 Purdue 

F12 at Michigan State 

F16 atSetonHall 

F20 Penn State 

F23 at Northwestern 

F26 Indiana 

M2 at Minnesota 

1-Las Vegas Invitational (Las Vegas, Hev,);2-ACC/Big Ten Cital- 
lenge:3-ChevroletSl^ootout (Chicago, lll-l 



Hometown 

Mahomet, III. 
Chicago, III. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Ballwin,Mo. 
DesPlaines,lll. 
Oakland, Calif. 
Bartlett.llL 
Peoria, III. 
Peoria, III. 
Charlone.N.C. 
Rockford,lll. 
Lincoln, III. 
Elgin, IIL 
Joliet,IIL 
Valrico,Fla. 



PP6 RP6 AP6 



9.9 2.5 

7.2 4.5 



14.9 3.7 4.4 



4.8 3.9 
11.2 6.1 



Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



KRPHOTt: The Sporting News called this year's Maryland vs. Illinois game the nation's fourth-best non-conference matchup of the college basketball season. 




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COLLEGE r^ARK.MD. 




General Information 

Location: West Long Branch, NJ. 

Enrollment: 5,369 

Founded: 1933 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Hawks 

Home Arena: William T. Boylan Gymnasium (2,500) 

President: Dr. Rebecca Stafford 

Athletics Director: Dr. Marilyn McNeil 

Coachlnq Staff 

Head Coach: Dave Calloway (Monmouth '91 ) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 41 -57/4 
Record at Monmouth/Yrs.: 41-57/4 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone:732-571-7584 
Assistant Coaches: Mark Calzonetti (Bentley '85), 
Geoff Billet (Rutgers '99), Ron Krayl (Sioux Falls '68) 



2000-01 

OverallRecord:21-10 
Conference Record/Finish: 15-5/2nd 
Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 0-1; lost to Duke, 95-52, in NCAA First 
Round 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Thomas Dick 
Office Phone: 732-571 -4447 
Home Phone: 732-695-1042 
E-Mail: tdick^monmouth.edu 
Office Fax: 732-571-3535 
Press Row Phone: 732-571-3677 
Website: www.monmouth.edu 



2001-02 Roster 

Ho. Player Pos. Ht. Wt 

3 Kevin Short G 5-10 155 

4 Rahsaan Johnson G 6-0 195 

5 Tom Kaplan G 6-4 190 

10 Jason Krayl F 6-5 215 

11 Steve Bridgemohan F 6-8 225 

12 Brandon Owens 6 5-10 160 

13 Cameron Milton G 6-3 185 
21 JayDooley F 6-6 210 
25 Kevin Owens C 6-10 230 
31 Blake Hamilton F 6-8 220 
33 Dwayne Byfield G 6-2 175 
45 Russ Anderson F 6-7 210 
Starters: 4 refiirning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 8 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1 -0 

Last Meeting: Maryland won 74-70 on Dec. 13, 1988 

2001-02 Schedule 

N17 Rider 

N23 Akron ' 

N24 Vanderbilt/Hampton ' 

N25 Hawaii Pacific Tournament ' 

N29 atSetonHall 

Dl Wagner 

D8 at Princeton 

Oil at Maryland 

D14 at St. Peter's 

D16 Sacred Heart 

D29 Gonzaga 

J4 at Long Island 

J6 at St. Francis (N.Y.) 

JIO Mount St. Mary's 

J12 UMBC 

J16 at Wagner 

J19 St. Francis (Pa.) 

J23 at Central Connecticut State 

J26 at UMBC 

J28 at Mount St. Mary's 

F2 Long Island 

f4 at Fairleigh Dickinson 

F7 atQuinnipiac 

F9 Central Connerticut State 

F14 at St. Francis (Pa.) 

F16 at Robert Morris 

F20 Quinnipiac 

F23 St. Francis (N.Y.) 

F25 Fairleigh Dickinson 

1 'Hawaii Pt]dfi( Tournament (Honalulu, Hawaii) 



Yr. Hometown PPG RPC AP6 

Fr. Ocean Grove, N.J. 

Sr. Washington, D.C. 19.1 6.1 5.7 

So. Tel Aviv, Israel 0.3 0.9 0.6 

So. Pt. Pleasant Beach, N.J. 7.6 2.8 1.8 

Sr. North Brunswick, N J. 5.5 4.3 0.6 

Fr. Los Angeles, Calif 

Sr. Philadelphia, Pa. 4.0 2.7 1.5 

Jr Rumson,N.J. 1.9 1.4 0.6 

Jr. Haddonfield, N J. 9.4 5.8 0.6 

Fr. Harrisburg, Pa. 

Fr. Elmont.N.Y. 

Jr. Chester, N.Y 5.4 3.0 1.2 
returning, 4 lost: Returning itarten iniiicated in bold 



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COLLEGE l>ARK,MD. 



General Information 

Location: Norfolk, Va. 
Enrollment: 8,1 15 
Founded: 1935 
Colors: Green and Gold 
Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic 
Nickname: Spartans 
Home Arena: Echols Hall (7,600) 
President: Dr. Marie V. McDemmond 
Athletics Director: Orby Moss 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Wil Jones (American '64) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 256-178/22 
Record at Norfolk State/Yrs.: 24-33/2 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone:757-823-9192 
Assistant Coaches: Fred Burroughs (U.S. Air Force 
'Ret.), Jim Hammond (Otterbein College '73) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 12 17 
Conference Record/Finish: 11 -7/4th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Randy Jones 
Office Phone: 757-823-2628 
Home Phone: 252-335-4974 
E-Mail: nsu-athletics®nsu.edu 
Office Fax: 757-823-821 8 
Press Row Phone: 757-823-8195 
Website: www.nsu.edu/athletia.htm 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

3 Joemi Byrd 

4 Terrance Winston 

10 Nicholas Byrd 

11 Curtis Bunn 

13 Jamal Mills 

14 Derrick Smith 

15 Ryan Griet 

23 Hiramen Byrd 

24 Chakowby Hicks 

32 Daryl Towe 

33 Edward Sev/ard 
40 Michael Boyd 
42 Gregory Quick 
50 Thomas Aladi 
52 Clifton Young 



Wt. 

170 
180 

190 
170 
210 
190 
185 
210 



230 
225 
220 
230 
280 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 1 -0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 123-79 on Dec. 23, 
2000 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 Nike Tip-Off Tournament' 

N18 Nike Tip-Off Tournament' 

N21 at San Diego State 

N24 atTulane 

N26 at New Orleans 

Dl at Coppin State 

D3 at Morgan State 

D8 at Hampton 

Dll Maine 

D20 at UNC Greensboro 

D27 Minnesota Winter Jam Classic' 

D28 Minnesota Winter Jam Classic' 

J3 at Maryland 

J7 Maryland-Eastern Shore 

J12 at North Carolina A&T 

J14 at South Carolina State 

J19 Howard 

J21 Delaware State 

J26 at Florida A&M 

J28 BethuneCookman 

F2 Coppin State 

F4 Morgan State 

Fll at Maryland-Eastern Shore z 

F16 North Carolina A&T ° 

F18 South Carolina State > 

F23 at Howard = 

F25 at Delaware State g 

M2 Hampton — 

J-iV/te Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii); 2-MinneiOta ' 

Winter Jam Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2, 

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Hometown 

Hopewell, Va. 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Hopewell, Va. 
Washington, DC. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Bowman, S.C. 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Hopewell, Va. 
Washington, D.C. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Columbus, Ohio 
Buffalo, N.Y 
Lagos, Nigeria 
Olympia.Wash. 



PPC RP6 APC 



14.6 2.5 3.8 

0.4 0.3 0.5 



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T[l!PMOTt: Lonny Baxter scored a career-high U points in last year's gome with Norfollc State. 



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General Information 

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C 

Enrollment: 24,635 

Founded: 1789 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Home Arena: Dean E. Smith Center (21,572) 

President: Dr. James Moeser 

Athletics Director: Dick Baddour 



Coaching Staff 




Head Coach: Matt Doherty (North Carolina '84) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 48-23/3 

Record at North Carolina/Yrs.: 26-7/2 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SIO 

Office Phone: 9 19-962 1154 

Assistant Coaches: Doug Wojcik (U.S. Naval Acad- 

emy'87), Fred Quartlebaum (fordham '89), Bob 

MacKinnon (King's College '82) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 26-7 
Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/T-lst 
Final Rankings: No. 6 AR No. 10 USA Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 1-1;lost to Penn State, 84-72, in NCAA 
Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone: 919-962-7258 
Home Phone:919-484-0664 
E-Mail: skirschneng'uncaa.unc.edu 
Office Fax: 919-962-0612 
Press Row Phone: 919-962-8815 
Website: www.tarheelblue.com 

2001-02 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. 

1 Melvin Scott G 6-2 175 

3 Brian Morrison G 6-2 184 

5 Jackie Manuel G 6-5 183 

13 Neil Fingleton C 7-5 285 

14 Jonathan Holmes G 6-0 181 

21 Jawad Williams F 6-9 200 

22 Ronald Curry G 6-2 200 
25 Jason Capel F/G 6-8 237 

31 Adam Boone 6 6-2 202 

32 Orlando Melendez F 6-8 192 
42 Kris Lang F/C 6-11 247 

44 )A/ill Johnson F 6-8 218 

45 Julius Peppers F 6-6 290 
50 Brian Bersticker F/C 6-10 238 
Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 1 



Series Information 

Series Record: North Carolina leads series, 106-49 
Last Meeting: North Carolina won 96-82 on Feb .10, 
2001 (Chapel Hill) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 Hampton 

N20 Davidson 

N28 Indiana' 

D2 Georgia Tech 

D8 at Kentucky 

D16 Binghamton ' ~ 

021 Charleston ' 

D22 St. Joseph's {Pa.)/Georgia State ' 

D27 North Carolina A&T 

D30 Texas A&M 

J5 Wake Forest 

J9 at Maryland 

J12 Virginia 

J16 at Rorida State 

J19 at Connecticut 

J23 NC State 

J27 at Clemson 

J31 Duke 

F2 at Georgia Tech 

F6 at Wake Forest 

F10 Maryland 

F12 atVirginia 

F17 Florida State 

F20 Ohio 

f24 at NC State 

F27 Clemson 

M3 at Duke 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 2-Toumamenr of Champions 
ICharlone,H.C.) 



Yr. Hometown PPG RPG APC 

Fr. Baltimore, Md. 

So. Redmond.Wash. 3.0 1.1 

Fr. West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Fr. Durham, England 

Jr. Bloomington,lnd. 1.6 0.8 

Fr. Cleveland, Ohio 

Jr. Hampton, Va. 5.5 3.4 4.3 

Sr. Fayetteville, N.C. 11.4 7.3 

So. Minneapolis.Minn. 1.5 0.9 

Sr. JuanaDaiz,PR. 0.8 0.8 

Sr. Gastonia, N.C. 11.3 5.7 

Jr. Hickory, N.C. 1.5 1.2 

Jr. Bailey, N.C. 7.1 4.0 

Gr. Virginia Beach, Va. 1.5 1.0 
returning, 5 \oil. KeWrning starters Indicated in bold 




General Information 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Enrollment: 28,619 

Founded: 1887 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Arena: Entertainment and Sports Arena 

(19,722) 
President: Dr. Marye Anne Fox 
Athletics Director: Lee Fowler 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Herb Sendek (Carnegie Mellon '85) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 149-100/8 
Record at NCState/Yrs.: 86-74/5 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 9 19-5 15-2 104 
Assistant Coaches: Larry Harris (Pittsburgh '78), Larry 
Hunter (Ohio '71),Mark Phelps (Ouguesne '96) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 13 16 
Conference Record/Finish: 5-1 1 /7th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: AnnabelleVaughan 
Office Phone:919-515 2102 
Home Phone:919-858-9763 
E-Mail: annabelle_vaughan(s'ncsu.edu 
Office Fax: 919-515-2898 
Press Row Phone: 919-861-6190 
Website: www.gopack.com 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

Michael Bell 

2 Anthony Grundy 

3 llian Evtimov 

4 Dovonti Edwards 

5 Brian Keeter 
11 Archie Miller 

21 LeviWatkins 

22 Will Roach 

23 Scooter Sherrill 

24 Julius Hodge 

32 Jordan Collins 

33 Josh Powell 

30 Clifford Crawford 

50 Kristian Jensen 

54 Marcus Melvin 



Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. 



6-3 185 

6-7 215 

6-0 180 

6-2 180 

5-10 160 

6-7 220 

6-5 185 

6-3 185 

6-6 180 

6-10 240 

6-9 210 

6-3 190 

7-1 215 

6-8 225 



Starters: 2 returning, 3 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 



Series Information 

Series Record: NC State leads, 67-61 

Last Meeting: Maryland won 95-66 on Feb.20,2001 

(College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N14 Prairie View A8iM' 

N15 BCA Invitational ' 

N16 BCAInvitationaM 

N20 James Madison 

N23 The Citadel 

N27 at Ohio State' 

Dl Massachusetts 

D5 Wofford 

D8 at Syracuse 

D15 UNC-Asheville 

D19 Charieston Southern 

D23 at Houston 

D30 Maryland 

J5 atVirginia 

J8 Florida State 

J13 Duke 

J15 at Clemson 

J19 Georgia Tech 

J23 at North Carolina 

J26 Temple 

J30 Wake Forest 

F3 at Maryland 

F6 Virginia 

FIO at Florida State 

f14 at Duke 

F16 Clemson 

F20 at Georgia Tech 

F24 North Carolina 

M2 at Wake Forest 

1-8CA Invitational (Raleigh. H.CI;2-AC0Blg Ten Challenge 



Hometown PPG RPG APG 

Raleigh,N.C. 1.8 1.3 

Louisville, Ky. 14.6 4.3 3.3 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Chapel Hill N.C. 

Cary.N.C. 0.9 0.1 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 9.3 1.3 

Rockville,Md. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mt.Ulla,N.C. 4.2 1.7 

Bronx, N.Y 
Hyattsville,Md. 
Riverdale.Ga. 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 7.7 3.2 3.5 
Odense, Denmark 

Fayetteville, N.C. 4.3 2.9 

(i\osl,Returning starters Indicated in bold 



KRPNOTt Of Maryland's six victories all-time against top-ranked opponents, UHC has been the victim four times; Gary Williams is 12-0 against HC State at Cole Field House. 



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SOONERS 




200I FINAL FOUR 

TIGERS 




NORMAN, OKLA. 




General Information 

Location: Norman.Okla. 

Enrollment: 27,707 

Founded: 1890 

Colors: Crimson and Cream 

Conference: Big 12 

Nickname: Sooners 

Home Arena: Lloyd Noble Center (1 2,000) 

President: David LBoren 

Athletics Director: Joe Castlgllone 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson (Pembroke State 78) 

Career Record/Yrs.:332-217/17 

Record at Oklahoma/Yrs.: 156-69/7 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone:405-325-4732 

Assistant Coaches: Ray Lopes (College of Idaho '87), 

Jim Shaw (Western Oregon '85), Bennie Seltzer 

(Washington State '97) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 26-7 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/T-2nd 

Final Rankings: No. 1 3 AP, No. 1 9 USA Today/ESPN 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 2-1 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 68-60 on Feb.24,2001 
(College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N12 Central Connecticut' 

N14 Michigan State/Detroit ' 

N21 Preseason NIT ' 

N23 Preseason NIT ' 

N28 Central Michigan 

N30 at Arkansas 

D5 St.Bonaventure 

D8 Louisiana Tech 

D15 High Point (N.C) 

D16 Bethune-Cookman 

D18 Eastern Illinois __ 

D21 Maryland 

D29 Texas Southern ' 

J5 Texas A&M 

J7 at Connecticut 

J12 Texas Tech 

J16 at Nebraska 

J19 at Kansas 

J21 Missouri 



Postseason: 0-1; lost to Indiana State, 70-68 (OT), in J26 at Texas Tech 



NCAA First Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Houck 
Office Phone:405-325-8227 
Home Phone: 405-447-2731 
E-Mail: mhouckiSou.edu 
Office Fax: 405-325-7623 
Press Row Phone: 405-325-1024 
Website: www.soonersports.com 

2001-02 Roster 

No. Player Pos. H\ 

2 EbiEre 

3 Michael Cano 

4 Quannasl/i/hite 

5 Jason Detrick 
10 Hollls Price 

12 BlakeJohnston 

13 Aaron McGhee 
15 MattGipson 

20 Richard Ainooson 

21 Jabahri Brown 

24 Daryan Seivy 

25 Nonzo Azubuike 
32 Johnnie Gilbert 
42 JozsefSzendrei 



C 



180 Sr. 

190 Jr. 

210 Jr. 

165 Jr. 

180 Fr 

3 250 Sr. 

3 205 Fr 

J 185 Jr 

210 So. 

5 215 Sr. 

D 180 So, 

3 230 So. 

9 240 Jr. 



J30 Oklahoma State 
F2 at Texas 
F6 Baylor 
F9 at Texas A8iM 
F13 at Oklahoma State 
F16 Kansas State 
F19 at Baylor 
F23 Texas 
F26 Iowa State 
M2 at Colorado 

1 -Preseason f^lT:2-htJChsroneEnergyAH-CollegeCI{issk (Okla- 
homa City. Okla.) 

Hometown PPG RPG APG 

Tulsa, Okla. 

San Antonio, Texas 0,3 0.2 

New Orleans, La. 

Newport News, Va. 

New Orleans, La. 11.8 2.6 4.7 

Midland, Texas 

Aurora, III. 12.9 4.8 

Burkburnett, Texas 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 0.6 0.4 

St. Thomas,U.S.Virgin Islands 

West Memphis, Ark. 6.9 5.2 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 2.3 4.3 

Budapest, Hungary 4.0 40 



General Information 

Location: Princeton,N.J. 
Enrollment: 4,600 
Founded: 1746 
Colors: Orange and Black 
Conference: Ivy 
Nickname: Tigers 
Home Arena: Jadwin Gym (6,854) 
President: Shirley Tighlman 
Athletics Director: Gary D.Walters 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: John Thompson III (Princeton '88) 

CareerRecord/Yrs.:16 11/1 

Record at Princeton/Yrs.: 16-11/1 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 609-258-2455 

Assistant Coaches: Mike Brennan (Princeton '94), 
Robert Burke (Havertord '88),Howard Levy (Princ- 
eton '85) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 16-11 

Conference Record/Finish: 11-3/ 1st 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 0-1; lost to North Carolina, 70-48, in 
NCAA First Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Jerry Price 
Office Phone: 609-258-3569 
Home Phone: 215-321-1224 

E-Mail: jprices'princeton.edu 
Office Fax: 609-258-2399 
Press Row Phone: 609-258 2399 
Website: www.goprincetontigers.com 

2001-02 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. 

I KyleWente G 6-4 180 Jr. 

10 Ed Persia G 6-1 180 So. 

12 PeteHegseth G 6-0 170 Jr 

IS Ahmed El-Nokali G 6-4 175 Sr. 

21 Tom McLaughlin 

22 WillVenable 

23 Mike Bechtold 
25 Andre Logan 

30 Judson Wallace 

31 Ray Robins 

32 Conor Neu 

33 Mike Stephens 

34 KonradWysocki 

35 Oominick Martin C 6-10 225 

44 Chris Krug F/C 6-9 215 

45 Heath Jones C 6-9 235 



G 6-4 

G 6-1 

G 6-0 

G 6-4 

G/F 6-4 

G 6-2 

F 6-6 

F 6-7 

F 6-8 

F 6-7 

F 6-8 

C 6-10 

F 6-8 

C 6-10 



210 So. 

220 Fr 
210 Jr. 
200 
225 
215 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 4-3 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 81 -58 on Dec. 1 9, 1 
(Baltimore, Md.) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N15 at California' 

N16 St. Joseph's/Eastern Michigan' 

N24 at Florida International 

N28 Rider 

02 Maryland' 

D3 Connecticut/George Washington' 

D8 Monmouth 

D12 Kansas 

D21 Lafayette 

D29 at Rutgers 

J5 Holy Cross 

J11 at Harvard 

J12 at Dartmouth 

J28 Western Maryland 

Fl Columbia 

F2 Cornell 

F8 at Brown 

F9 at Yale 

F12 Pennsylvania 

F15 Dartmouth 

F16 Harvard 

F22 Yale 

F23 Brown 

Ml at Cornell 

M2 at Columbia 

MS at Pennsylvania 
l-BCA Classic (Berkeley, Calil.):2-BBiTaaiSic 
(Washinglon D.CJ 




Hometown 
Effingham, III. 
Beaumont, Texas 

Forest Lake, Minn. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Andover.Mass. 
San Rafael, Calif 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Paso Robles, Calif 
Danville, Calif 
Napa, Calif 
Collar, Germany 
Asheville,N.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Burgaw, N.C. 



PPG RPG APG 

8.0 3.1 2.0 

4.9 1.7 

0.3 0.0 

8.6 1.9 



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Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 3 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



KRPMOn: Maryland's 68-60 win over No. 16 Oklahoma last season was the second of a school-record five straight wins (not in consecutive games) over ranked teams. 




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200I FINAL FOUR 



CAVALIERS 



VIRGINIA 

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General Information 






Series Information 




General Informatio 


n 






Series Information 




location: Philadelphia, Pa. 








Series Record: Temple leads the series, 3-2 


location: Charlottesville, Va. 








Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 94-61 


Enrollment: 29,000 








last Meeting: Temple won 73-65 


on Feb. 13, 2000 


Enrollment: 18,463 








last Meeting: Maryland won 102-67 on Mar.3,2001 


Founded: 1884 








(Philadelphia, Pa.) 






Founded: 1819 








(College Park) 






Colors: Cherry and White 














Colors: Orange and Blue 














Conference: Atlantic 10 








2001-02 Schedule 




Conference: Atlantic Coast 








2001-02 Schedule 




Nickname: Owls 








N8 vs. Florida' 






Nickname: Cavaliers 








N16 Wagner 






Home Arena: The Liacouras Center (10,206) 




N9 vs. Maryland/Arizona' 




Home Arena: University Hall (8,392) 






N18 East Tennessee State 




President: Dr. David Adamany 








N29 Charlotte 






President: John T.Casteen,lll 








N21 Howard 






Athletics Director: Dave O'Brien 








Dl Penn State 






Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage 






N28 Michigan State' 














D3 at Wisconsin 
D5 at Duke 














Dl Virginia Tech 






Coaching Staff 


Coaching Staff 






D8 at Auburn 






Head Coach: John Chaney (Beth 


ne-Cookman '55) 


D8 vs.Villanova ' 




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Head Coach: Pete Gillen (Fairfield '68) 






D17 Charleston Southern 




Career Record/Yrs.: 656-238/29 








D18 vs. Alabama' 


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Career Record/Yrs.: 327-165/16 






D20 at Georgetown ' 






Record at Temple/Yrs.:43M79/19 






D20 Memphis 




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Record at Virginia/Yrs.: 53-37/3 






D23 Rutgers 






Best Time to Reach: Contart SID 








D22 DePaul 






Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 






D30 Grambling 






OfficePhone:215 204 7443 








D30 Pennsylavania 






Office Phone: 434-982-5400 








J5 NC State 






AssistantCoaches:NateBlackwell{Temple'90),Dan 


J6 at Fordham 


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Assistant Coaches: Tom Herrion (Mem'mack '89),Walt 


J8 atClemson 






Leibovitz (Pennsylvania '96) 








J9 Duquesne 
J12 Rhode Island 


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J12 at North Carolina 
J15 Wake Forest 






2000-01 








J16 atSt.Bonaventure 






2000-01 








J20 Florida State 






Overall Record: 24 13 








J19 at Massachusetts 






Overall Record: 20-9 








J22 at Georgia Tech 






Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/3rd 






J23 Richmond 


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Conference Record/Finish: 9- 


/4th 






J24 Virginia Military 


nstitute 




Final Rankings: None 








J26 at NC State 






Final Rankings: No.l6APNa2 


USA Today/ESPN 


J27 at Duke 






Postseason: 3-1; lost to Michigan State, 69-6 


,in 


J30 Fordham 






Postseason: 0- 1 ; lost to Gonzaga 


,86-85 


in NCAA First 


J31 Maryland 






NCAA Regional Final 








f2 St. Joseph's 
f6 at Rhode Island 






Round 








F3 at Missouri 
F6 at NC State 






Media Services 


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F9 at George Washington 




Media Services 








F10 Clemson 






Basketball SID: ChetZukowski 


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F13 at La Salle 






Basketball SID: Rich Murray 








F12 North Carolina 






Office Phone: 215-204-6912 


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F16 Massachusetts 






Office Phone: 434-982-5500 








F17 atWake Forest 






Home Phone:215-633-0377 








F20 Xavier 






Home Phone: 434-978-2966 








F20 at Florida State 






E-Mail: chetzukowskiis'hotmail.com 






F23 St.Bonaventure 






E-Mail: rim4e!?'virginia.edu 








F23 Georgia Tech 






Office Fax: 2 15-204-7499 


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F27 at Dayton 

M3 at Saint Joseph's 






Office Fax: 434-982-5525 
Press Row Phone: 434-296-59 









F28 Duke 






Press Row Phone: 215-204-744 




M3 at Maryland 




Website: wv^w.owlsports.com 








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1-ACC/Big Ten Chalienge;2'John Thompson Classic (Washing- 










Palestra (PtiiMelphia, Pa.): 3 - Jimmy V Clonic (East fiw/i- 










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2001-02 Roster 




























No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG AP6 


\ 2001-02 Roster 














4 NickVanderLaan C 


6-10 


249 


Jr. 


Sacramento, Calif 






tio. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


m. 


Kr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG AP6 


5 Jason Dowling G 


6-3 


201 


Sr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


0.6 


0.2 


'- 1 Greg Jefferson F 


6-5 


205 


Jr. 


Los Angeles, Calif 


2.0 


2.5 


10 Keith Jenifer G 


6-3 


155 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 






1 3 Brian Polk G 


6-4 


205 


So. 


Harbeson.Del. 






11 Majestic Mapp G 


6-2 


183 


So. 


Harlem, N.Y 






4 Glen Elliott F 


6-9 


235 


Fr. 


Atlantic Beach, Fla. 






12 Bret Gladstone G 


6-1 


171 


Fr. 


Greenwich, Conn. 






) 14 Lynn Greer G 


6-2 


175 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


18.2 


3.6 5.4 


21 Roger Mason, Jr. G 


6-5 


201 


Jr. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


15.7 


3.1 2.5 


15 Havtfley Smith F 


6-5 


210 


Fr. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 






22 Todd Billet G 


6-0 


183 


Jr. 


Middletown,N.J. 






^ 21 NileMurry G 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


Houston,Tex3S 






23 Maurice Young F/G 


6-4 


200 


So. 


Mitchellville,Md. 


2.6 


1.3 


J 22 Jay Jameson G 


6-0 


170 


Sr. 


Lansdale,Pa. 






24 Jermaine Harper G 


6-3 


166 


Fr. 


Gardena, Calif. 






23 AlexWesby F 


6-6 


190 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


10.1 


5.5 


30 Jason Rogers C/F 


6-11 


231 


Jr. 


Staunton, Va. 


1.9 


0.9 


2 30 RonRollerson C 


6-10 


290 


Sr. 


Pennsauken, N.J. 


3.1 


4.2 


31 Adam Hall F/G 


6-5 


200 


Sr. 


Katy, Texas 


10.1 


5.5 


34 David Hawkins G 


6-4 


215 


So. 


Washington, D.C. 


10.4 


4.4 


32 J.C.Mathis F 


6-8 


224 


So. 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


3.4 


2.1 


42 Kevin Lyde C 


6-10 


260 


Sr. 


Washington, D.C. 


12.8 


8.9 


33 Chris Williams F 


6-7 


216 


Sr. 


Birmingham, Ala. 


14.5 


6.7 


5pS- Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost, Letterwinners: 6 


eturning, 3 \ost;Muming starten indicated 


in bold 


34 Jason Clark F 


6-8 


225 


Fr. 


Virginia Beach, Va. 




















35 Travis Watson F/C 


6-8 


254 


Jr. 


Brookneal.Va. 


12.9 


9.1 














42 Elton Brown F 


6-9 


265 


Fr. 


Newport News, Va. 






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Starters: 4 returning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 5 lost; Returning starters indicated in bold 



IRPNOTt: Mt as Virginia was Maryland's first opponent at Cole Field House in 1955, so too, shall the Cavaliers be the last - on March 3, 2002. 




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General Information 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Enrollment: 3,950 
Founded: 1834 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Home Arena: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coli- 
seum (14,407) 
President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn 
Athletics Director: Ron Wellman 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach:SI<ip Prosser (U.S.Merchant Marine 72) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 165-78/8 
Record at Wake Forest/Yrs.: first Year 
Best Time to Reach: Contaa SID 
Office Phone: 336-758-5622 
Assistant Coaches: Jeff Battle (Marshall '85), Dino 
Gaudio (Oho '81 ), Chris Mack (Xavier '93) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: 19-11 
Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/5th 
Final Rankings: N0.23AP 
Postseason: 0-1; lost to Butler, 79-63, in NCAA First 
Round 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dean Buchan 
Office Phone: 336-758-5640 
Home Phone: 336-922-7049 
E-Mail: buchandw^wfu.edu 
Office Fax: 336-758-5140 ^ 
Press Row Phone: 336-727-2945 
Website: www.wakeforestsports.com 






Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 53-50 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 71-53 on Mar. 9, 2001 
(ACCTournament in Atlanta) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N12 UNCWilmington' 

N16 Arkansas/Maine' 

N18 Elon 

N21 Preseason NIT ^ 

N23 Preseason NIT ^ 

N27 Minnesota' 

D4 at Kansas 

D7 South Carolina State 

D16 Florida State 

D20 St. Francis (Pa.) 

D22 at St. John's 

D29 Marquette 

J2 Richmond 

J5 at North Carolina 

J7 at Navy 

J12 Clemson 

J15 at Virginia 

J19 at Duke 

J23 Maryland 

J26 Georgia Tech 

J30 at NC State 

F2 at Florida State 

F4 North Carolina 

F9 Cincinnati 

F13 at Clemson 

F17 Virginia 

F21 Duke 

F24 at Maryland 

F27 at Georgia Tech 

M2 NC State 

1-Prese(]iontJIT(Wmton'Salem}:2-Preseason NIT (New York, 
H.y.):3'ACUSigTenChallenge 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Hi 

3 Broderick Hicks 

4 Taron Downey 

5 Josh Howard 

10 Jamal Levy 

11 A.W.Hamilton 
13 Vytas Danelius 
25 Darius Songaila 
31 Ervin Murray 

33 Steve Lepore 

34 Antwan Scott 
42 Craig Dawson 
53 Dshamal Schoetz 



Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwi 



Wt. Yr. Hometown PPG RPO APG 

171 Sr. Houston, Texas 6.9 1.9 2.6 

171 Fr. Oxford, N.C. 

198 Jr. Winston-Salem, N.C. 13.6 5.9 

177 Fr. Homestead, Fla. 

Georgetown, Ky. 1.7 0.4 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Marijampole, Lithuania 13. 2 6.0 

Wallace, N.C. 2.2 6.0 2.9 

North Olmsted, Ohio 

New Bern, N.C. 6.8 3.6 

211 Sr. Kinston,N.C. 12.5 2.2 

263 Fr. Cottbus, Germany 
nners: 7 returning, 3 \oit, Returning starters indicated in bold 



176 So 

228 Fr. 

248 Sr. 

189 Sr. 

199 Jr. 

197 Sr. 



General Information 

Location:Williamsburg,Va. 

Enrollment: 5,600 

Founded: 1693 

Colors: Green, Gold,and Silver 

Conference: Colonial Athletic 

Nickname: Tribe 

Home Arena: William and Mary Hall (8,600) 

President: Timothy J. Sullivan 

Athletics Director: Terry Driscoll 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Rick Boyages (Bowdoin '85) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 56-66/5 

Record at William & Mary/Yrs.: 10-17/1 

Best Time to Reach: Mornings, M-F 

Office Phone: 757 221-3339 

Assistant Coaches: Jamie Kachmarik (Bowling 

Green '97), Pat Skerry (Tufts '92), Milan Brown 

(Howard '93) 

2000-01 

Overall Record: n-17 
Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/T5th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dan Wakely 
Office Phone: 757-221-3368 
HomePhone:TBA 
E-Mail: ddwake@wm.edu 
OfficeFax: 757-221-3412 
Press Row Phone: 757-221 -3348 
Website: www.tribeathletics.com 



2001-02 Roster 

No. Player 

00 Nate Loehrke 

1 Sherman Rivers 
4 Tom Strohbehn 

10 NickD'Antoni 

11 Bill Davis 

15 ReidMarkham 

21 CodyCarbaugh 

30 Thomas Viglianco 

33 Mike Johnson 

34 Adam Hess 

40 Steve Sorenson 

44 Adam Duggins 

55 Zeb Cope 



Pos. m. m. Yr. 



6-10 
6-1 
6-9 



200 
210 
240 

220 
220 
275 
235 



Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; letterwinners: 8 returning, 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the series, 21-8 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 77-48 on Dec.5, 1985 
(College Park) 

2001-02 Schedule 

N16 at Texas Tech' 

N 1 7 Northern Iowa/San Diego State ' 

N20 at High Point 

N24 at Charleston Southern 

N26 at The Citadel 

N28 Washington & Lee 

N30 at Purdue' 

Dl Akron/Oakland' 1 

D27 at Maryland 

J3 at George Mason 

J5 Delaware 

J7 Drexel 

J12 Virginia Commonwealth 

J16 UNCWilmington 

J19 atHofstra 

J23 James Madison 

J26 at Old Dominion 

J30 at Drexel 

F2 Towson 

F4 at James Madison 

F6 Hampton 

F9 at Towson 

F13 at UNCWilmington 

F16 Hofstra 

F18 George Mason 

F20 at Delaware 

F23 Old Dominion 

F25 at Virginia Commonwealth 
l-Rerf Raider Classic (Lubbock, Texas): 2-Boilermaker Invita- 
tional (West Lafayette, Ind} 



Hometown PPG RPC APG 

Kalamazoo, Mich- 

Woodbridge,Va. 9.0 4.5 2.6 

Leawood,Kan. 6.6 4.8 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

Windsor, Ontario 2.3 2.9 

Louisville, Ky 1.9 0.1 

Chambersburg,Pa. 3.4 1.5 

Madison, Ala. 

Shawnee Mission, Kan. 12.0 7.3 

GrossePointe.Mich. 

Rocky River, Ohio 

Greensboro, N.C. 4.7 3.0 

Columbia,S.C. 2.2 2.0 

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Texas ASM at North Caioliiia,FSN,8:00 




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DukealFloridaState, FSN, 6:30 



Wake Forest alNa«y,FSNS/SUN, 9:0 



Virginia at Clemson,FSNS/SUN, 7:00 
Florida State alNC State. FSNS/SUN, MO 



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Maryland at Georgia Tech, ESPN, 2; 
Duke at NC Stale, FSN, 8:00 



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15 

NC Stale at Clemson, FSNS/SUN, 7:00 
Wake Forest at Virginia, (U, 9:00 



Florida Slate at Virginia, B), 4:00 
Clemson at Maryland, FSN, 6:iO 



Yale at Clemson, 7,00 
mctimondatWakeForest,7:00 
Cornell at Georgia Tech, 7:00 
Ouke vs. Davidson, ESPN2, 7:30, 
Charlotte (NO Coliseum 
Florida State at San Francisco, TB. 



North Carolina at Maryland, ESPN2, 7:30 



27 



North Carolina at Clemson, FSN, 6: 
Virginia at Ouke,FSN,8:00 



Virginia at Missouri, ABC, 2:00 
NC Stale at Maryland, fSN, 4:00 



10 



NC State at Florida Slate, RJ, 1 :0O 
Clemson at Virginia, FU,3:30 
Maryland at North Carolina, FSN, 6:30 



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Doke at Maryland, CBS, 1:00 

Florida State at North Carolina, RJ,3:00 

Virginia at Wake Forest, FSN,6:30 



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Wake Forest at Maryland IU/BPN2,2« 

Stlohn'salDuke,C6S,4:0O 

North Carolina at NC State, FSN, 6:30 



Virginia at Maryjand FSN, 8:00 
North Carolina at Ouke, ABC, 3:30 




16 



North Carolina at Florida State, ESPN2, 



23 



Maryland at Wake Forest, ESPN2,7:30 
NC Slate at North Carolina, RJ, 9:00 



30 



Wake Forest at NC State, ESPN2, 7:30 
Florida State at Georgia Tech,FSNS/(SUN 
11:001,9:00 



Georgia Tech at Clemson, 7:00 
Virginia at NC State, ESPN2, 7:30 
North Carolina at Wake Forest, RJ, 9:00 



13 



Georgia Tech at Maryland, ESPN2, 7:30 
Wake Forest at Clemson, FSNS/(SUN|, 



20 



Virginia at Flonda State, 7:00 
Ohio Univat North Catolina,ESPN2,7:30 
Mary land at Clemson, RJ split, 9:00 
NC Stale at Georgia Tech, RJ split 9:00 



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Wake Forest at Georgia Tech, ESPN2, 7:30 
Maryland at Florida State, RJ split, 9:00 
Clemson at North Carolina, RJ split, 9:00 



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Georgia Tech at Duke, ESPN,! 



17 

Maryland at Ouke, ESPN, 9:00 



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Virginia Military Institute at Virginia, 7:30 
Duke at Boston College, ESPN, 9:00 
Clemson at Flotida State, FSNS/ISUN 
1T:00),9:OC 




Wake Forest at Duke, ABC, T:00 
Georgia lech at NC Slate, RJ, 2:00 
North Carolina at Connecticut, CBS, 4:00 



Georgia Tech at Wake Forest, RJ, 1 :30 
Temple at NC State, ESPN, Noon 
Florida State at Maryland, RJ,4:00 



31 



Maryland at Virginia,ESPN,7:00 
Duke at North Carolina, RI/ESPN, 9:00 



Florida State at 0uke,FSNS/SUN,7:00 



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NC Stale at Duke, ESPN, 7:00 



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Duke at Wake Forest,ESPN,9:00 



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Wake Forest at Florida State, RJ, 3:00 
Duke at Clemson, RJ, 8:00 



Cincinnati at WalceFofescA 
Duke al Georgia Tech, ABC; 



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Georgia Teth at St. Eouis,ABC.1:00 
Clemson at NC State, RJ/ESPN2,4«) 



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Georgia lech at Vitginia, RJ/ESPN2. 4:00 



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?00ZNCUTOURNAMENT 

el 2002 NCAA Division I Men's 
I BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 

First Round* Seeond Round* Regionals National National 



Second Round* Rrat Round* 




^ 2002 Dates & Sites 



First & Second Rounds 

ARCO Arena, Sacramento, Calif. Mar. 14 & 16 

Bi-Lo Center, Greenville, S.C. Mar. 14 & 16 

Trans World Dome, St. Louis, Mo. Mar. 14 & 16 

University Arena, Albuquerque, N.M. Mar. 14 & 16 



MCI Center, Washington, D.C. 
Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
United Center, Chicago, III. 

Regional Semifinals and Finals 



Mar. 15 & 17 
Mar. 15 & 17 
Mar. 15 & 17 



SOUTH: Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Mar.21 &23 
EAST Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Mar. 22 & 24 
MIDWESTKohl Center, Madison, Wise. Mar.22 & 24 



Final Four 



American Airlines Arena, Dallas, Texas Mar.l5&17 WEST Compaq Center, San Jose, Calif. Mar.21&23 Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. 

ZOOZACCTOURNAMENT 



Mar. 30 & Apr. 1 



Seed #1 



Seed #8 



March 7, 7:00 p.m. 
ESPN 



March 8, Noan 
RJ-ESPN 



Winner #8/#9 
Seed #4 



March 8. 2:30 p.m. 
RJ-ESPH 



March 9, 
liOp.m. 
RJ-ESPN 



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Seed #5 
Seed #2 



March 8, 7:00 p.m. 
Rl-ESPN 



Championship 

Mar. 10, 
1:00p.m. 
RJ-ESPN 




Seed #7 
Seed #3 



March 8,9:30 p.m. 
RJ 



March 9, 
4:00p.m. 
RJ-ESPN 



2002 ACC Tournament 

<i9th Annual 

March 7-10, 2002 

Charlotte Coliseum, 

Charlotte, N.C. 



Seed #6 



New Format For First & 
Second Rounds In 2002 

INDIANAPOLIS-The NCAA Division I Men's Bas- 
ketball Committee has adopted new bracketing pro- 
cedures that will enable more teams to stay closer to 
home in the first and second rounds of the Division I 
Men's Basketball Championship. 

Beginning with the 2002 championship.afterthe 
committee assigns the top four teams in each region, 
it will assign those teams to first/second round sites - 
with an emphasis on placing them in the most geo- 
graphically compatible sites, regardless of where the 
teams will play in the regional the following week. 
(For example,a team located in an eastern state that 
is seeded second in the west region may play itsfirst- 
and second-round games at a site in the eastern part 
of the country, then play in the West Regional.) 

Thecommittee will place teams in theeight first/ 
second round sites in groups ("pods") of four (seeds 
1, 16, 8, 9: seeds 4, 13, 5, 12; seeds 2, 15, 7, 10; and 
seeds 3, 14,6, 1 1 ).There will be two pods at each first/ 
second round site; the two pods at a site may feed 
into different regional sites. 

Prior to this change, all teams placed in a par- 
ticular region played their first- and second-round 
games at one of two sites in that region, then ad- 
vanced to the regional in that same region. 

"The committee wanted to maintain the event 
asa 'national' tournament, with four evenly balanced 
regions, while at the same time keeping as many 
teams as close to their natural geographic area as 
possible," said Mike Tranghese, chair of the basket- 
ball committee and commissioner of the Big East Con- 
ference. "For student-athletes, it means less travel, 
fewer missed classes andamore exciting atmosphere 
in the arenas.For parents, friendsand alumni,it means 
easier access to their favorite teams' games. For the 
coaches, the committee has maintained the fairness 
and equity of competition." 




T[l!PNOT£: The new NCAA Tournament format was made for the Terps: last year Maryland played in Atlanta, Boise, Anaheim and f^inneapolis and spent six nights at home between March 6 and April 1. 



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Year In Review 

2000-01 Final Results 

2000-01 Final Statistio 

Team Game-By-Game Statistics ... 
Team & Individual Superlatives ... 

Game Recaps 

ACC Standings, Statistics, Honors . 



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Best Ride In Terp History 

After reaching the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the fifth time in 
eight seasons, Maryland's win over Stanford in the West Region 
final earned the Terrapins their first trip to the Final Four. 

Maryland's win over Georgetown earned the Terps their first 
trip to the NCAA's round of eight in 26 seasons. Maryland's only 
previous trips to the Elite Eight were in 1973 and 1975. 

Maryland won four games in the NCAA Tournament for the 
first time in its history. 

Best Rankings 

Following its first trip to the 
NCAA's Final Four, the Terrapins 
earned the best final ranking in 
school history, matching a No.4 fi- 
nal posting by the 1974Terps. 

Maryland finished the season 
ranked No.4 in the USAToday/ESPN 
coaches poll.TheTerps were No. 1 1 
in the final poll released by the Associated Press. 

Maryland's No.4 postseason finish, and its No.5 AP preseason 
start, both were the Terps' highest pre- and postseason finishes 
during its current 12-year era under Gary Williams. 

from Wire To Wire 

The Terrapins were one of just 1 2 teams nationally to remain 
in the AP Top 25 from start to finish last season (Stanford, Michi- 
gan State, Duke, Illinois, Florida, North Carolina, Arizona, Kansas, 
Maryland, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wake Forest). 

Fifth In eight Seasons 

Maryland reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the fifth time 
in eight seasons — one of just seven schools to boast that claim 
since the 1994 season. 

Likewise, Gary Williams is one of just six coaches to lead 
teams to the Sweet Sixteen as many as five times since 1994. 

Over The Top 

With its win over Stanford, the Terrapins erased their former 
distinction as the nation's winningest NCAA Tournament team 
never to reach the Final Four. 

Three Seed To Final Four 

Since the 54-team format originated in 1979, Maryland be- 
came the 10th team to carry a No. 3 seed to the Final Four. 

VS. No. 1/2 Ranked 

In the national semifinal against No. 1-ranked Duke, Mary- 
land faced a squad ranked either No. 1 or No.2 in the country for 
the sixth time in the same season. 

Earlier, Maryland split three meetings (1-2) with Duke who 
was ranked No. 2 in all three games in at least one poll. 

Maryland lost a road decision at top-ranked North Carolina 
during the Terps' five-of-six game losing skid, and in the West 
Regional beat No.2 Stanford. 



Fourth Time, At Final Four 

Until Maryland met Duke on four separate occasions in 2000- 
01, Maryland had met an opponent four times in the same sea- 
son just once. Maryland bested Virginia in all four meetings dur- 
ing the 1956-57 campaign. 

'81, '90, '91, '01 

Maryland and Duke in 2001 were the first ACC duo to appear 
in the Final Four together since North Carolina and Duke shared 
center stage in 1 991 . Prior to that,it was North Carolina and Geor- 
gia Tech in 1990, and North Carolina and Virginia in 1981. 

It marked the fourth time that the ACC has had a pair of en- 
trants to the NCAA Final Four. It was only the second time that an 
ACC tandem has met in the Final Four. 

lOth Time In History 

The AII-ACC national semifinal game between Maryland and 
Duke marked the 10th time in NCAA history that two teams in 
one conference met in the Final Four. 

Instant Rivals 

It was more than fitting that Maryland and Duke meet on the 
nation's largest stage, considering one major cable network had 
immediately classified two of its first three games last season as 
"Instant Classics." 

Maryland led all four meetings in 2001 by double digits at 
one point.The team that trailed at halftime won all four meet- 
ings. 

k summary and breakdown of a ClassicSeries: Maryland led a 
total of 79:19 ... Duke led a total of 58:18 ...The two teams were 
tied 1 1 :23 ...The longest Maryland lead was for 32:1 8 (1 st & 2nd 
halves of Game 4) ...The longest Duke lead was for 15:41 (2nd 
half of Game 3) ...The largest Maryland lead was 22 (1st half of 
Game 4) ...The largest Duke lead was 14 (2nd half of Game 3). 

Terps & Devils Streaking 

Maryland won 1 of its last 1 2 games. Duke won 1 3 of its last 
U.Their lone losses during their respective streaks were to each 
other. 

Most Wins Over Top 25 

Maryland beat ranked opponents in seven of eight games late 
in the season. Overall, the Terps' eight wins over Top 25 foes ex- 
ceeded the previous record of seven in 1974-75. 

VS. Top 10 

Maryland wins over Duke and Virginia were the Terps' first 
defeats of Top 10 opponents in consecutive games since 1976, 
and just the second time in history. 

The win over Stanford helped Maryland set a new school 
record with its fourth defeat of a Top 1 team in one season. 

Hot In Final Month 

Maryland was called one of the hottest teams in the country 
over the final month — if not the hottest. The proof is in the 
numbers:since Feb. 17,Maryland was 10-2 overall and 7-2 against 
other ranked opponents (AP Top 25). 




Entering the Final Four, Maryland won more games over 
ranked opponents than any other team in the country. In fact, 
entering the tournament,only Florida had matched theTerps with 
a 5-1 mark over ranked teams. 

Honor Roll 

Juan Dixon garnered All-America accolades in 2001 , and four 
of Maryland's five starters earned 
merit among recipients of 2001 AII- 
ACC teams. 

Chosen as a third team Ail- 
American by Basketball Times and 
the NABC, Dixon was the fifth Terp 
ever to earn first team AII-ACC hon- 
ors in back-to-back seasons, and 
the first since Joe Smith in 1994 
and 1995. 

Third team Basketball Times All-America 
Third team NABC All-America 
Honorable mention AP All-America 
NCAA West Region All-Tournament 
First team AII-ACC Tournament 
First team AII-ACC 
First team AII-ACC Defensive 
Two-time ACC Player of the Week 

Lonny Baxter was an AII-ACC first team pick in 2000, and a 
second-teamer in 2001 . He was a second team AII-ACC Tourna- 
ment selection, and was named the Most Outstanding Player at 
the NCAA West Regional. 

Terence Morris was a three-time AII-ACC pick, earning first 
and second team honors as a sophomore and junior,and a third 
team citation in 2001. 

Steve Blake earned honorable mention AII-ACC for the sec- 
ond straight season. 

Teamwork, Balance, Depth 

From top to bottom, Maryland utilized at least nine regular 
players who made steady contributions. 

— Terp reserves played a key role in the win over George- 
town, amassing 28 points for their highest total of the 
postseason. 

— Maryland's bench contributed a remarkable 62 points in 
the win over Virginia. Besides 15 

points from ordinary starter 
Lonny Baxter, other contribu- 
tors were Drew Nicholas (16), 
Danny Miller (14) and Tahj 
Holden(9). 

— Maryland's bench contrib- 
uted 35 points in the loss to Duke 
at home, including a season-high 
14 from Holden, nine from Miller and eight from Nicholas. 

— The Terps' bench combined to score better than 30 points 
on 10 occasions, and more than 20 points 26 times. 

More Bench Notes 

— The Terps had a double-figure scorer from off the bench 
in three of five NCAA Tournament wins, and four of its last six 
games overall. 




TBPKOTt: Maryland's last 10 victories in 200 V. No. 23 Wake Forest, NC State, Wo. 16 Oklahoma, No. 2 Duke, No. 7 Virginia, No. 22 Wake Forest, George Mason, Georgia State, No. 2 1 Georgetown, No. 2 Stanford. 



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— Sophomore Tahj Holden scored 1 4 and 10 points, respec- 
tively, in NCAA Tourney wins over Stanford and Georgetow/n. He 
scored 10 and against Dul<e in the ACC semifinal. 

— Drew Nicholas v^as third on the team in 3-pointers (34) 
and assists (86/2.5). 

— In the regular season finale against Virginia, Nicholas 
posted the first double-double of his career with 15 points and 
10 assists. 

The Century Mark 

including the regular season finale against Virginia with 102 
points scored, the Terps eclipsed the century mark on six occa- 
sions in 2000-01,just two times shy of the season record of eight, 
set in 1974-75. 

Maryland set a school standard during December by scoring 
over 1 00 points in four consecutive games. 

Third In The Nation 

The Terps were the country's third-highest scoring team. 



£IGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAHCNTS 

Stealing The ACC 

Juan Dixon helped Maryland become the first school everto 
boast the ACC's steals leader in four straight seasons. 

Counting three straight seasons (1994-96) in which former 
Terp Johnny Rhodes led the circuit in steals, a Maryland player 
has led the ACC in steals in seven of the past eight years. 

Inside Muscle 

Lonny Baxter led the team in rebounds (7.9) and was sec- 
ond on the team in points (15.6). He finished third in the ACC in 
rebounds and seventh in points. 

— Baxter averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds through five 
NCAA Tournament games in 2001 . He became the first Terrapin 
ever named the MVP of an NCAA Regional when he captured 
Most Outstanding Player honors in Anaheim. He combined for 
50 points and 20 rebounds in wins over Georgetown and 
Stanford. 

— He nearly averaged a double-double in ACC play with 1 4.1 
points and 8.1 rebounds. 

— He has scored in double figures in 37 of the last 43 games. 

— He boasted consecutive double-double efforts heading 
into the NCAA Tournament, and finished the season with six in 
his last nine games. 

Mr. Ail-Around 

Terence Morris led the team in 
blocks (2.2), was second in re- 
bounds (7.7), and third in scoring 
(12.2). 

— Through 16 ACC games, 
Morris nearly averaged a double- 
double with 14.0 points and 9.5 
boards. 

— He had seven double-doubles as a senior, and finished 
with 26 double-doubles in his career. He had an 11-point and 
10-rebound effort against Stanford in the West Region final. 

— Morris became just the second Maryland player and the 
10th in ACC history to record 500 blocked shots. 

— He is the fifth Terp to reach 900 rebounds in a career, and 
the ninth Terrapin player ever to score 1 ,700 points. 

— He finished his career in second place on theTerps' career 
chart for blocked shots, and 10th on the ACC career chart. 




NCAA Scoring 


Offense 


6 


Pts. 


Avg. 


1. TCU 




31 


2,902 


93.6 


2. Duke 




39 


3,538 


90.7 


3. Maryland 




36 


3,067 


85.2 


4. Virginia 




29 


2,464 


85.0 



Terps Among NCAA Leaders 

Juan Dixon, Steve Blake and Lonny Baxter all were 
among national leaders in various statistical categories: 

— Blake was ninth in the nation with 6.9 assists per game. 

— Dixon was 13th among NCAA leaders with 2.6 steals per 
game. 

— Dixon was 26th in the nation with a 86.5 free throw shoot- 
ing percentage. 

— Baxter was 24th in the country with a 56.5 percent field 
goal shooting clip. 

Points & Steals Specialist 

A slasher and creative scorer,Juan Dixon led theTerps in scor- 
ing, with 18.2 points. He was fifth in the ACC. He led the ACC in 
steals and was second in free throw percentage. 

— Dixon is the 13th player in Terrapin history with at least 
1,500 career points. 

— Dixon is among a select list of Maryland greats ever to 
score 30 at least five times (Walt Williams-15, Joe Smith-7, Len 
Bias-6,John Lucas-5,Juan Dixon-5). 

— He owns a school-record streak of 40 straight charity shots 
without a miss last season. 

— Dixon's FT percentage was second in Maryland history. It 
is Maryland's best percentage ever, by a player with more than 
100 attempts. 

— On other Maryland single-season charts, Dixon finished 
third in steals (95) and 3-point baskets (62). 

— He scored in double figures in 34 of 35 games last year, 
and in 66 of the last 71 entering his senior season. 

— He enters his senior campaign in third on the Maryland 
career chart for steals, and ninth in ACC history. 




Fancy Passers 

Maryland boasted five different players who averaged over 
two assists per game, led by ACC leader Steve Blake. The Terra- 
pins led the ACC as a team with 19.5 assists per outing. 

Blake became the first Terrapin since John Lucas in 1974 to 
lead the ACC. He eclipsed the school record for single season as- 
sists (248) and assists per game (6.9). 

Blake Comes Of Age 

As a sophomore, Steve Blake 
asserted himself as one of the best 
point guards in the country. 

— He was an honorable men- 
tion AII-ACC choice, but had the sec- 
ond most votes among point 
guards. 

— Blake scored in double figures in nine of his last 1 8 games. 
In those games, he averaged 8.6 points, compared to 5.2 in the 
season's first 18 games. 




FINAL FOUR 

— His 1 1 points and 1 1 assists at Duke represented the sec- 
ond double-double of his career. He previously had 1 7 points and 
10 assists as a freshman against Florida State. 

— Blake's 11 assists at Cameron Indoor Stadium, and against 
Duke at the ACC Tournament, represent a career-high against ACC 
opponents. In four games with Duke last season, he scored 40 
points with 36 assists. 

— He netted 24 of 48 3FGs (50%) during the last half of the 
season. 

— Blake hit all three of his 3-point field goal attempts in the 
West Region final vs. Stanford. He was 2-for-4 against Duke in 
the Final Four. 

— Excluding an overtime and 1:51 of regulation after foul- 
ing out against Duke on Jan. 27, Blake limited former USA team- 
mate (and roommate) Jason Williams to a combined 26 points 
and 10 assists in two regular season games. 

— He is sixth in career assists at Maryland and the first to 
reach 400 as a sophomore. 

— He already is 185 assists shy of breaking the Maryland 
career record, well within reach by the end of just his junior sea- 
son. 

— Mathematically-speaking, Blake (465) is on pace to chal- 
lenge the ACC's all-time assist leaders:Bobby Hurley (1 ,076),Chris 
Corchiani (1,038),Ed Cota (l,030),Grayson Marshall (857).Hurley, 
Corchiani and Cota are 1-2-3 in NCAA history, also. 

A 1,000-Point Quartet 

Maryland became only the 38th Division I team everto boast 
four 1 ,000-point scorers active in the same season. 

Senior Terence Morris eclipsed the 1,000-point barrier in 
1999-00, and a trio of juniors — Juan Dixon, Lonny Baxter 
and Byron Mouton all reached the mark in 2000-01 . 

— No other team in the nation had four active players with 
1,000 points in 2000-01. 

— The 2001 Terps were the sixth ACC team everto boast four 
1 ,000-point scorers active on the same team. 

Impact Newcomer 

After Maryland won 10 straight 
games and 1 3 of the first 1 4 with 
Byron Mouton among theTerps' 
starting five. The Sporting Hews 
called Mouton the ACC's Impact 
Newcomer of the Year through the 
first half of the season. 

— Mouton's 22 points on 6-of- 
9 shooting against George Mason marked his best scoring game 
since December, and his second-highest scoring output of the 
season. His 9-for-9 free throws set a new Maryland single-game 
record in the NCAA Tournament. 

— Mouton scored in double figures in 16 of 36 games last 
season. He started 29 of 31 games since he entered the starting 
lineup against Michigan. 

Games By Mardesich 

Senior co-captain Mike Mardesich played in more games 
(1 37), and won more games (99) than any player ever to wear a 
Terrapin uniform. 

He played every game of his career and now owns Maryland I 
records for games played overall, and consecutive games played. I 




s 

99 



[[RPHOTl: Maryland ranked seventh nationally in overall attendance last season for 16 games, and 18th in home attendance. 




100 



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CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 



SEASONRESULTS 



Overall: 25-11 • ACC:IO-6 - Uom<>:ll-B > Away: 6-3 - Neutral: 8-S 



Date 



N20 
N21 
N22 
N29 
D2 
D3 
D6 
D9 
D13 
D23 
D27 
D30 
J2 * 
J6 * 
JIO * 
J14 * 
J17 * 
J21 * 
J27 * 
J31 * 
F4 * 
F6 * 
F10 * 
F14 * 
F17 * 
F20 • 
F24 

F27 • 
M3 * 
M9 4 
MIO 4 
M15 5 
M17 5 
M22 6 
M24 6 
M31 7 



[6/6] 
16/6] 
[6/6] 
[13/14] 
[13/14] 
[13/14] 
[19/17] 
[19/17] 
[20/19] 
[20/19] 
[18/19] 
[18/19] 
[17/17] 
[17/17] 
[14/16] 
[14/16] 
[12/14] 
[12/14] 
[8/10] 
[9/10] 
[9/10] 
[13/13] 
[13/13] 
[17/18] 
[17/181 
[20/20] 
[20/20] 
[16/16] 
[16/16] 
[11/131 
[11/13] 
[11/11] 
[11/11] 
[11/11] 
[11/11] 
[11/11] 



Opponent 

vs. Louisville 
vs. [8/8] Illinois 
vs. Dayton 

vs. [23/23] Wisconsin 
vs. Michigan 
vs. Geo. Washington 
Stony Brook 
at Pennsylvania 
Md.-Baltimore County 
Norfolk State 
Chicago State 
Md.-Eastern Shore 
atClemson 
Georgia Tech 
[9/111 North Carolina 
at Florida State 
[10/8] Wake Forest 
at NC State 
[2/21 Duke 
[ll/ll]atVirginia 
Clemson 
at Georgia Tech 
[1/1] at North Carolina 
Florida State 
[23/15] at Wake Forest 
NC State 

[16/15] Oklahoma 
[2/2] at Duke 
[7/91 Virginia 
[22/20] Wake Forest 
[3/2] Duke 
George Mason 
Georgia State 
[21/20] Georgetown 
[2/2] Stanford 
[1/1] Duke 



Result 

W 95-73 

L 80-90 

L 71-77 

L 75-78 ot 

W 82-51 

W 71-53 

W 107-59 

W 87-81 

W 93-67 

W 123-79 

W 117-55 

W 105-53 

W 104-92 

W 93-80 

L 83-86 

W 76-55 

W 81-71 

W 75-61 

L 96-98 ot 

L 78-99 

W 69-54 

L 62-72 

L 82-96 

L 71-74 

W 73-57 

W 95-66 

W 68-60 

W 91-80 

W 102-67 

W 71-53 

L 82-84 

W 83-80 

W 79-60 

W 76-66 

W 87-73 

L 84-95 



Att. 

2,500 

2,500 

2,500 

7,157 
16,681 
16,826 
13,206 

8,722 
13,021 
13,687 
13,506 
13,107 

7,500 
14,500 
14,500 

4,602 
14,500 
17,428 
14,500 

8,392 
14,500 

8,802 
21,750 
14,282 
13,800 
14,500 
14,500 

9,314 
14,500 
40,083 
40,083 
10,824 
11,250 
18,008 
17,979 
45,406 



Overall ACC 



1-1 
1-2 
1-3 
2-3 
3-3 
4-3 
5-3 
6-3 
7-3 
8-3 
9-3 
10-3 
11-3 
11-4 
12-4 
13-4 
14-4 
14-5 
14-6 
15-6 
15-7 
15-8 
15-9 



17-9 
18-9 
19-9 
20-9 
21-9 
21-10 
22-10 
23-10 
24-10 
25-10 
25-11 



Points Leader 

Morris 24 

Baxter 17 

Baxter 20 

Mouton 14 

Dixon 19 

Mouton 17 

Baxter/Dixon/Mouton 19 

Dixon 23 

Dixon 23 

Baxter 32 

Dixon 24 

Mouton 28 

Morris 26 

Dixon 28 

Dixon 22 

Dixon 19 

Dixon 30 

Morris 20 

Dixon 17 

Baxter 15 

Morris 18 

Dixon 18 

Baxter 19 

Dixon 14 

Baxter 19 

Dixon 30 

Dixon 23 

Dixon 28 

Dixon 21 

Dixon 15 

Dixon 17 

Dixon 22 

Baxter 19 

Baxter 26 

Baxter 24 

Dixon 19 



Rebounds Leader 

Morris 9 
Baxter 8 
Baxter/Morris 5 
Dixon 7 
Mardesich 7 
Morris 7 
Wilcox 8 
Baxter 8 
Baxter 12 
Morris/Blake 8 
Morris 8 
Baxters 
Morris 8 
Morris 13 
Morris 12 
Morris 14 
Baxter 15 
Morris 10 
Mouton 12 
Morris 15 
Baxter 13 
Morris 13 
Baxter/Morris 8 
Baxter/Blake 6 
Baxter 14 
Baxter 7 
Baxter 7 
Morris 12 
Morris 13 
Baxter 11 
Baxter 12 
Baxter 6 
Baxter 14 
Baxter 14 
Morris 10 
Baxter 10 



[ ] Numbers in brackets deriote rankings by AP/USA Today-ESPN 

' - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference games; 1 - denotes Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center): 2 - denotes ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge ot Milwaukee, Wise (Bradley Center): i - denotes BB& T Classic at Washington, D.C. {MCI Center): 4 - denotes ACC Tournament at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome): 5 - denotes NCAA West Region first and Second Bounds at Boise, Idaho (BSU Pavilion): 6 ■ denotes NCAA West 
Regional at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond): 7 - denotes NCAA Final Four at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 




Records With Starting Lineups 



F Miller F Morris C Baxter G Blake G Dixon 1-3 

vs. Louisville (1 1-20), vs. Illinois (1 1-21). vs. Dayton (1 1-22). vs. Wisconsin (1 1-29) 

F Mouton F Morris C Baxter G Blake G Dixon 23-7 

vs.Michigan (12-2), vs. Geo. Washington (12-3). Stony Brook (12-6), atPenn (12-9), UMBC(12-13), Norfolk State (12-22), Chicago 
State (12-27), Md.-Eastern Shore (12-W), at Clemson (1-2), Georgia Tech (1-6), North Carolina (1- 10), at Florida State (1-14). 
Wake Forest (1-17). at NC State (1-2 1), Duke (1-27), at Virginia (1-31), Clemson (2-4). at Georgia Tech (2-6), ot North Carolina (2- 
10), at Wake Forest (2-17), NC State (2-20). Oklahoma (2-24), at Duke (2-27). Wake Forest (3-9). Duke (3- 10). George Mason (3- 
1S), Georgia State (3- 17), Georgetown (3-22), Stanford (3-24), Duke (3-3 1) 



F Wilcox F Morris 

Florida State (2-14) 

F Cephas F Morris 

Virginia (3-3) 



C Baxter 



G Blake 



G Dixon 0-1 



G Dixon 1-0 



Assists Leader 

Blake 9 
Blake 6 

Blake/Nicholas 5 
Blake 7 
Blake 5 
Blake 6 
Blake 13 
Blake/Mouton 3 
Blake 10 
Blake 9 
Blake 12 
Blake 8 

Blake/Nicholas 6 
Blake 9 
Morris 5 
Nicholas 4 
Blake 4 
Miller? 
Blake 9 
Blake 9 
Blake 5 
Blake 6 
Morris 6 
Blake 10 
Blake 4 
Blake 9 
Blake 5 
Blake 11 
Nicholas 10 
Blake 9 
Blake 11 
Blake 6 
Blake 7 
Blake 5 
Blake 7 
Blake 5 




KRPNOTt; Lonny Baxter or Juan Dixon led the Terps in scoring in each of Maryland's last IS games of 2001. 





CIGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



ZOOt FINAL FOUR 



SUSONSTATISTKS 

Overall Individual Statistics 













/- 


-TOTAL- 


-/ 


/- 


-3-PTS -/ 








/- 


-REBOUNDS--/ 
















## Player 


GP 


GS 


Min 


Avg 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts Avg 


3 Dixonjuan 


36 


36 


1098 


30.5 


232 


480 


483 


62 


151 


.411 


128 


148 


.865 


46 


107 


153 


4.3 


75 





93 


86 


8 


95 


654 18.2 


35 Baxter, Lonny 


36 


35 


935 


26.0 


219 


387 


566 


1 


2 


.500 


122 


206 


.592 


101 


185 


286 


7.9 


112 


5 


19 


56 


55 


31 


561 15.6 


44 Morrisjerence 


36 


36 


993 


27.6 


158 


366 


432 


26 


90 


.289 


97 


122 


.795 


91 


186 


277 


7.7 


94 


1 


68 


64 


79 


32 


439 12.2 


1 Mouton, Byron 


36 


30 


817 


22.7 


123 


242 


508 


17 


42 


.405 


81 


104 


.779 


74 


71 


145 


4.0 


98 





44 


46 


9 


30 


344 9.6 


25 Blake, Steve 


36 


36 


1036 


28.8 


83 


208 


399 


37 


94 


.394 


45 


63 


.714 


25 


83 


108 


3.0 


83 


3 


248 


111 


7 


57 


248 6.9 


12 Nicholas, Drew 


36 





596 


16.6 


85 


172 


494 


34 


81 


.420 


33 


47 


.702 


17 


39 


56 


1.6 


44 





86 


45 


5 


22 


237 6.6 


15 Miller, Danny 


36 


4 


676 


18.8 


63 


146 


432 


13 


47 


.277 


35 


63 


.556 


43 


52 


95 


2.6 


55 





77 


38 


5 


27 


174 4.8 


45 Holden,Tahj 


27 





326 


12.1 


39 


79 


494 


12 


25 


.480 


31 


51 


.608 


17 


44 


61 


2.3 


50 





15 


21 


13 


10 


121 4.5 


33 Mardesich, Mike 


36 


1 


368 


10.2 


53 


112 


473 








.000 


24 


45 


.533 


39 


53 


92 


2.6 


45 





16 


25 


11 


6 


130 3.6 


54 Wilcox, Chris 


34 


1 


294 


8.6 


51 


88 


580 








.000 


20 


33 


.606 


26 


47 


73 


2.1 


44 


1 


16 


19 


18 


6 


122 3.6 


21 Cephas, LaRon 


14 


1 


62 


4.4 


10 


19 


526 


1 


1 


1.000 


3 


7 


.429 


3 


12 


15 


1.1 


9 





1 


1 


3 





24 1.7 


11 McCall, Calvin 


11 





46 


4.2 


4 


13 


308 


2 


7 


.286 


3 


5 


.600 


2 


5 


7 


0.6 


2 





8 


6 





6 


13 1.2 


4 Badu,Earl 


2 





3 


1.5 





1 


000 








.000 








.000 











0.0 








1 











0.0 


TM TEAM 




























59 


51 


110 


3.1 


2 






5 








Total 


36 








1120 2313 


484 


205 


540 


.380 


622 


894 


.696 


543 


935 


1478 


41.1 


713 


10 


692 


523 


213 322 3067 85.2 


Opponents 


36 








888 2196 


404 


242 


705 


.343 


587 


829 


.708 


507 


792 


1299 


36.1 


738 




444 


598 


144 262 2605 72.4 


ACC Individual Statistics 




















































/- 


-TOTAL- 


-/ 


/- 


-3-PTS-/ 








/- 


-REBOUNDS--/ 
















## Player 


GP 


GS 


Min 


Avg 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts Avg 


3 Dixon,Juan 


16 


16 


488 


30.5 


108 


223 


484 


22 


58 


.379 


67 


74 


.905 


25 


42 


67 


4.2 


41 





37 


43 


3 


41 


305 19.1 


35 Baxter, Lonny 


16 


15 


407 


25.4 


93 


170 


.547 








.000 


40 


68 


.588 


42 


87 


129 


8.1 


54 


3 


6 


31 


20 


9 


226 14.1 


44 Morris, Terence 


16 


16 


486 


30.4 


78 


177 


.441 


17 


51 


.333 


51 


61 


.836 


52 


100 


152 


9.5 


47 


1 


35 


32 


38 


12 


224 14.0 


1 Mouton, Byron 


16 


14 


364 


22.8 


42 


100 


420 


7 


20 


.350 


34 


44 


.773 


30 


36 


66 


4.1 


47 





20 


21 


3 


8 


125 7.8 


25 Blake, Steve 


16 


16 


467 


29.2 


40 


99 


.404 


16 


44 


.364 


20 


25 


.800 


10 


33 


43 


2.7 


36 


2 


100 


46 


3 


26 


116 7.3 


12 Nicholas, Drew 


16 





270 


16.9 


40 


85 


.471 


15 


43 


.349 


11 


20 


.550 


7 


18 


25 


1.6 


18 





39 


20 


2 


11 


106 6.6 


15 Miller, Danny 


16 





307 


19.2 


28 


62 


.452 


5 


19 


.263 


15 


31 


.484 


17 


29 


46 


2.9 


21 





36 


12 


2 


11 


76 4.8 


45 Holden,Tahj 


12 





129 


10.8 


18 


39 


.462 


5 


14 


.357 


10 


17 


.588 


7 


19 


26 


2.2 


23 





10 


6 


3 


5 


51 4.3 


54 Wilcox, Chris 


15 


1 


113 


7.5 


19 


31 


.613 








.000 


8 


12 


.667 


8 


16 


24 


1.6 


16 


1 


6 


6 


11 


4 


46 3.1 


33 Mardesich, Mike 


16 


1 


167 


10.4 


19 


47 


.404 








.000 


7 


15 


.467 


15 


20 


35 


2.2 


20 





5 


7 


3 


2 


45 2.8 


21 Cephas, LaRon 


5 


1 


13 


2.6 


4 


4 1 


.000 


1 


1 


1.000 





1 


.000 





3 


3 


0.6 


1 





1 











9 1.8 


11 McCall, Calvin 


4 





11 


2.8 


1 


4 


.250 








.000 





1 


.000 


1 


2 


3 


0.8 








2 








1 


2 0.5 


4 Badu,Earl 


2 





3 


1.5 





1 


.000 








.000 








.000 











0.0 








1 











0.0 


TM TEAM 




























25 


20 


45 


2.8 


2 






3 








Total 


16 








490 


1042 


470 


88 


250 


.352 


263 


369 


.713 


239 


425 


664 


41.5 


326 


7 


298 


227 


88 1301331 83.2 


Opponents 


16 








408 


987 


413 


121 


327 


.370 


271 


382 


.709 


219 


373 


592 


37.0 


313 




215 


244 


73 1201208 75.5 





NCAA Tournament Individual Statistics 



## Player 


GP GS 


Min 


Avg 


/- 
FG 


-TOTAL 
FGA 


-/ 
Pet 


/- 
3FG 


-3-PTS 
FGA 


-/ 
Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


/ 
Off 


-REBOUNDS --/ 
Def Tot Avg 


PF 


FO 




TO 


BIk 


StI 






Pts Avg 




3 Dixon,Juan 




178 


35.6 


29 


61 


.475 


9 


24 


.375 


18 


21 


.857 


4 


22 


26 5.2 


10 





12 


14 


3 


14 


85 17.0 




35 Baxter, Lonny 




133 


26.6 


30 


62 


.484 








.000 


21 


35 


.600 


18 


32 


50 10.0 




1 




9 


4 




81 16.2 




25 Blake, Steve 




158 


31.6 


17 


30 


.567 


6 


12 


.500 


7 


11 


.636 




7 


10 2.0 







30 


21 


1 




47 9.4 




44 Morris,Terence 




123 


24.6 


15 


40 


.375 


2 


6 


.333 


11 


15 


.733 


13 


25 


38 7.6 









8 


8 




43 8.6 




1 Mouton, Byron 




95 


19.0 


14 


30 


.467 


2 


5 


.400 


10 


11 


.909 


11 


10 


21 4.2 









5 


1 




40 8,0 




45 Holden,Tahj 


5 


74 


14.8 


9 


17 


.529 


3 


5 


.600 


11 


17 


.647 




10 


14 2.8 









7 


1 




32 6.4 




12 Nicholas, Drew 


5 


69 


13.8 


8 


20 


.400 





3 


.000 


11 


13 


.846 




2 


6 1.2 









3 


1 




27 5.4 




15 Miller, Danny 


5 


102 


20.4 


9 


16 


.563 





5 


.000 


7 


9 


.778 




7 


12 2.4 







11 


10 







25 5.0 




33 Mardesich, Mike 


5 


39 


7.8 


7 


11 


.636 








.000 


1 


2 


.500 




7 


13 2.6 









5 







15 3.0 


^V'^'^l 


54 Wilcox, Chris 


5 


29 


5.8 


7 


12 


.583 








.000 








.000 




2 


4 0.8 


8 















14 2.8 




TM TEAM 




























8 


11 2,2 









1 










Total 








145 


299 


.485 


22 


60 


.367 


97 


134 


.724 


73 


132 


205 41.0 


108 


1 


72 


83 


19 


37 


409 81.8 




Opponents 








121 


306 


.395 


34 


116 


.293 


98 


137 


.715 


75 


99 


174 34.8 


116 




57 


72 


23 


34 


374 74.8 


1 

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Louisville 
»s. Maryland 


26-71 
3659 


.366 
.610 


5-12 
4-11 


.417 
.364 


16-24 
19-33 


.667 
.576 


23-17 
14-28 


40 
42 


22 
22 


13 
21 


18 
20 




7 
12 


38 
52 


35 
43 


73 
95 


Illinois [8/81 

vs. Maryland [6/61 


30-74 
28-64 


.405 
.438 


8-19 
6-15 


.421 
.400 


22-33 
18-26 


.667 
.692 


27-28 
14-23 


55 
37 


22 
25 


16 
15 


12 
15 




8 
3 


33 
35 


57 
45 


90 
80 


Dayton 

vs. Maryland [6/6] 


24-59 
27-60 


.407 
.450 


8-16 
6-17 


.500 
.353 


21-29 
11-18 


.724 
.611 


18-23 
11-22 


41 
33 


19 
25 


14 
17 


18 
17 




7 
9 


34 
36 


43 
35 


77 
71 


Wisconsin |23/23] 
vs. Maryland [13/14] 


22-58 
25-56 


.379 
.446 


10-30 
5-14 


.333 
.357 


24-30 
20-29 


.800 
.690 


13-24 
10-23 


37 
33 


22 
22 


18 
12 


13 
12 




7 
7 


34 
37 


28 
25 


6 78 
3 75 


Michigan 

vs. Maryland [13/14] 


20-57 
29-65 


.351 
.446 


4-15 
3-10 


.267 
.300 


7-15 
21-29 


.467 
.724 


15-24 
16-27 


39 
43 


23 
18 


9 
19 


24 
12 




6 
10 


23 
45 


28 
37 


51 
82 


George Washington 
vs.Maryland [13/14] 


20-57 
26-64 


.351 
.406 


2-16 
4-13 


125 
.308 


21-21 
15-26 


1.000 
.577 


12-25 
20-25 


37 
45 


23 
16 


10 
17 


13 
14 




9 
6 


34 
40 


29 
31 


63 
71 


Stony Brook 
Maryland [19/17] 


21-58 
37-68 


.362 
.544 


5-16 
9-19 


.313 
.474 


12-19 
24-29 


.632 
.828 


15-19 
14-27 


34 
41 


18 
19 


13 
27 


24 
10 




6 
20 


20 
53 


39 
54 


59 
107 


at Pennsylvania 
Maryland [19/17] 


27-55 
29-60 


491 
.483 


10-23 
9-13 


435 
.692 


17-20 
20-30 


850 
.667 


9-21 
16-20 


30 
36 


22 
18 


10 
14 


17 
14 




7 
7 


30 
52 


51 
35 


81 
87 


UMBC 

at Maryland [20/19] 


24-54 
39-77 


.444 
.506 


1-10 
7-19 


.100 
.368 


18-22 
8-11 


.818 
.727 


9-20 
19-25 


29 
44 


15 
19 


10 
27 


22 
14 




4 
14 


33 
51 


34 
42 


67 
93 


Norfolk State 

at Maryland [20/19] 


29-61 
48-80 


.475 
.600 


3-10 
6-16 


.300 
.375 


18-24 
21-26 


.750 
.808 


10-18 
19-24 


28 
43 


21 


10 
28 


24 
16 




6 
13 


32 
58 


47 
65 


79 
123 


Chicago Slate 

at Maryland [18/19] 


23-57 
44-72 


.404 
.611 


4-17 
10-16 


.235 
.625 


5-10 
19-33 


.500 
.576 


11-21 
18-25 


32 
43 


21 
11 


11 
37 


27 
10 




5 
16 


23 
62 


32 
55 


55 
117 


UMES 

at Maryland [18/19] 


23-56 
33-64 


.411 
.516 


4-17 
10-22 


.235 
.455 


3-12 
29-42 


.250 
.690 


13-20 
17-25 


33 
42 


29 
14 


12 
29 


32 
18 




9 
19 


25 
60 


28 
45 


53 
105 


atClemson 
Maryland [17/17] 


30-66 
33-62 


.455 
.532 


13-29 
8-19 


.448 
.421 


19-28 
30-36 


.679 
.833 


15-21 
11-25 


36 
36 


25 
23 


13 
24 


16 
14 




9 
8 


56 
59 


36 
45 


92 
104 


Georgia Tech 

at Maryland [17/1 7] 


28-57 
32-74 


.491 
.432 


9-24 
3-13 


375 
.231 


15-22 
26-31 


682 
.839 


8-24 
21-25 


32 
46 


24 
19 


17 
24 


20 
15 




9 
12 


34 
53 


46 
40 


80 
93 


North Carolina [9/11] 
at Maryland [14/16] 


31-65 
28-77 


.477 
.364 


10-16 
6-20 


.625 
.300 


14-22 
21-23 


.636 
.913 


11-33 
18-27 


44 
45 


16 
17 


22 
18 


15 
11 




8 
10 


32 
36 


54 
47 


86 
83 


at Florida State 
Maryland [14/16] 


21-67 
29-63 


313 
.460 


3-14 
4-6 


.214 
.667 


10-19 
14-25 


526 
.560 


16-21 
18-36 


37 
54 


23 
18 


10 
11 


11 
14 




5 
4 


28 
36 


27 
40 


55 
76 


Wake Forest (10/8) 
at Maryland [12/14] 


23-52 
27-68 


.442 
.397 


2-11 
4-16 


.182 
.250 


23-29 
23-34 


.793 
.676 


11-24 
24-23 


35 
47 


25 
24 


16 
13 


16 
11 




5 
6 


33 
41 


38 
40 


71 
81 


at NC State 
Maryland [12/14] 


22-64 
27-51 


.344 
.529 


7-21 
4-11 


.333 
.364 


10-16 
17-22 


625 
.773 


19-18 
9-27 


37 
36 


21 
21 


10 
19 


16 
14 




10 
6 


31 
35 


30 
40 


61 
75 


Duke (2/21 

at Maryland [8/10] 


28-66 
36-72 


.424 
.500 


10-31 
4-15 


.323 
.267 


32-42 
20-28 


.762 
.714 


15-26 
14-27 


41 
41 


21 
31 


10 
21 


22 
21 




12 
13 


37 
46 


53 
44 


8 98 
6 96 


at Virginia [11/111 
Maryland [9/10] 


36-68 
29-61 


529 
.475 


10-20 
6-14 


.500 
.429 


17-20 
1423 


.850 
.609 


13-25 
13-22 


38 
35 


20 
20 


16 
14 


11 
17 




8 
4 


47 
35 


52 
43 


99 
78 


Clemson 

at Maryland [9/10] 


18-59 
26-64 


.305 
.406 


11-29 
7-21 


.379 
.333 


7-8 
10-21 


.875 
.476 


13-27 
18-29 


40 
47 


20 
14 


11 
18 


18 
13 




7 
9 


22 
33 


32 
36 


54 
69 


at Georgia Tech 
Maryland [13/13] 


21-51 
25-62 


412 
.403 


9-20 
7-22 


.450 
.318 


21-32 
5-8 


.656 
.625 


10-25 
13-26 


35 
39 


12 
25 


13 
15 


20 
23 




5 
9 


34 
40 


38 
22 


72 
62 


at North Carolina[l/ll 
Maryland [13/13] 


35-60 
34-79 


.583 
.430 


7-10 
7-25 


.700 
.280 


19-20 
7-10 


.950 
.700 


5-29 
14-21 


34 
35 


13 
IS 


24 
18 


12 
8 




5 
10 


43 
42 


53 
40 


96 
82 


Florida State 

at Maryland [17/18] 


24-53 
27-59 


453 
.458 


3-12 
4-15 


.250 
.267 


23-35 
1320 


.657 
.650 


15-23 
14-20 


38 
34 


21 
23 


13 
18 


17 
18 




9 
8 


33 
24 


41 
47 


74 
71 


atWake Forest 123/151 
Maryland [17/18] 


17-54 
29-59 


.315 
.492 


5-20 
4-13 


.250 
.308 


18-25 
11-13 


.720 
.846 


12-18 
14-31 


30 
45 


15 
19 


8 
17 


11 
15 




5 
6 


32 
35 


25 
38 


57 
73 


NC State 

at Maryland [20/20] 


23-63 
37-63 


.365 
.587 


6-20 
715 


.300 
.467 


14-22 
14-23 


.636 
.609 


20-18 
13-24 


38 
37 


17 
18 


7 
26 


12 
9 




6 
8 


30 
47 


36 
48 


66 
95 


Oklahoma [16/151 
at Maryland [20/20] 


24-51 
23-52 


.471 
.442 


7-13 
4-14 


.538 
.286 


5-9 
18-31 


.556 
.581 


11-22 
15-18 


33 
33 


24 
14 


11 
17 


16 
9 




6 

5 


25 
27 


35 
41 


60 
68 


at Duke [2/21 
Maryland [16/161 


27-74 
33-67 


.365 
.493 


10-33 
512 


.303 
.417 


16-21 
20-29 


.762 
.690 


18-21 
18-31 


39 
49 


22 
21 


15 
15 


13 
14 




11 
10 


50 
43 


30 
48 


80 
91 


Virginia [7/9] 

at Maryland [16/16] 


24-68 
38-61 


.353 
.623 


6-17 
8-13 


.353 
.615 


13-21 
18-23 


.619 
.783 


18-20 
8-30 


38 
38 


18 
18 


10 
27 


14 
10 




6 

7 


34 
47 


33 
55 


67 
102 


Wake Forest (22/201 
Maryland [11/13] 


19-60 
29-65 


.317 
.446 


4-15 
5-14 


.267 
.357 


11-11 
8-13 


1.000 
.615 


12-23 
14-29 


35 
43 


15 
14 


5 
19 


16 
12 




7 
9 


26 
31 


27 
40 


53 
71 


Duke 13/2] 
Maryland [11/13] 


27-75 
32-66 


.360 
.485 


12-33 
7-17 


.364 
.412 


18-31 
11-15 


.581 
.733 


15-15 
14-37 


30 
51 


15 
21 


10 
23 


6 
20 




14 
5 


42 
45 


42 
37 


84 
82 


George Mason 
Maryland [11/111 


27-49 
28-54 


.551 
.519 


5-15 
3-10 


.333 
.300 


21-31 
24-27 


.677 
.889 


10-18 
10-18 


28 
28 


22 
26 


12 
10 


19 
15 




5 
8 


36 
33 


44 
50 


80 
83 


Georgia State 
Maryland [11/11] 


20-65 
31-62 


.308 
.500 


4-22 
2-10 


.269 
.200 


16-25 
15-23 


.640 
.652 


17-25 
11-31 


42 
42 


21 
18 


6 
18 


15 
15 




10 
7 


37 
41 


23 
38 


60 
79 


[21/201 Georgetown 
[11/11] Maryland 


20-65 
25-62 


.308 
.403 


8-30 
1-9 


.267 
.111 


18-23 
25-36 


783 
.694 


21-20 
23-28 


4) 
51 


28 
15 


7 
16 


16 
15 




6 
10 


36 
38 


30 
38 


66 
76 


[2/21 Stanford 
[11/11] Maryland 


23-56 
32-55 


.411 
.582 


10-22 
9-13 


.455 
.692 


17-23 
14-21 


.739 
.667 


7-21 
5-28 


28 
33 


22 
23 


17 
18 


15 
17 




5 
8 


32 
42 


41 
45 


73 
87 


n/llDuke 
[11/11] Maryland 
l^Pllii^ Today KPNI 


31-71 
29-66 


437 
.439 


7-27 
7-18 


.259 
.389 


26-35 
19-27 


.743 
.704 


20-15 
24-27 


35 
51 


23 
26 


15 
10 


7 
21 




8 
4 


49 
38 


35 
57 


84 
95 



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SEASONSUPERLATIVES 



Team Superlatives 







MARYLAND HIGH 




MARYUND LOW 




OPPONENT HIGH 


OPPONENT LOW 


Points, Game 


123 


vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


62 


at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


99 


at Virginia, 1-31-01 


51 Michigan, 12-2-00 


Points, 1st Half 


62 


vs.Chicago State, 12-27-00 


24 


vs. Florida State,2-14-01 


56 


Clemson, 1-2-01 


20 Stony Brook, 12-6-00 


Points, 2nd Half 


65 


vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


22 


at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


57 


Illinois, 11-21-00 


25 atWakeForest,2-17-01 


Scoring Margin 


62 


vs.Chicago State, 12-27-00 


-21 


at Virginia, 1-31-01 








Field Goals Made 


48 


vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


23 


Oklahoma, 2-24-01 


36 


atVirginia,l-31-01 


17 atWakeForest,2-17-01 


Field Goals Att. 


80 


vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


51 


at NC State, 1-21-01 


75 


vs. Duke, 3-10-01 


49 vs.GeorgeMason,3-15-01 


Field Goal Pet. 


.623 


vs.Virginia (38-61), 3-3-01 


.364 


vs. UNC (28-77), 1-10-01 


.583 


at UNC (35-601,2-10-01 


.305 Clemson (18-59), 2-4-01 


3-Pt. Field Goals Made 


10 


vs. UMES, 12-30-00 

vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 


1 


vs.Georgetown, 3-22-01 


13 


Clemson, 1-2-01 


1 UMBC, 12-13-00 


3-Pt. Field Goals Att. 


25 


at North Carolina,2-10-01 


6 


at Florida State, 1-14-01 


33 
33 


vs.0uke,3-10-01 
at Duke, 2-27-01 


10 three times 


3-Pt. Field Goal Pet. 


.692 


at Penn (9-13), 12-9-00 


.111 


vs. Geor9etoviin( 1-9), 3-22-01 


.625 


NoCaro!ina(10-16),l-l(W)l 


.125 GW (2-16), 12-3-00 


Free Throws Made 


30 


at Clemson, 1-2-01 


5 


at Georgia Tech,2-6-01 


32 


Duke, 1-27-01 


3 UMES, 12-30-00 


Free Throws Att. 


42 


vs. UMES, 12-30-00 


8 


at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


42 


Duke, 1-27-01 


8 Clemson, 2-4-01 


Free Throw Pet. 


.913 


vs.NaCarolina(21-23),l-10-01 


.476 


vs. Clemson (10-21), 2-4-01 


1.000 


VKake Forest (11-11) 
GW (21-21), 12-3-00 


.100 UMBC(l-10),12-13-00 


Offensive Rebounds 


24 


vs.Duke,3-31-01 
vs.Wake Forest, 1-17-01 


5 


vs. Stanford, 3-24-01 


27 


Illinois, n-21-00 


7 Stanford, 3-24-01 


Defensive Rebounds 


37 


vs. Duke, 3-10-01 


18 


vs. George Mason,3-15-01 
vs. Oklahoma, 2-24-01 


33 


North Caralina, 1-10-01 


15 vs.Duke,3-10-01 


Total Rebounds 


54 


at Florida State, 1-14-01 


28 


vs. George Mason, 3-15-01 


55 


lllinois,11-21-00 


28 Stanford, 3-24-01 
George Mason,3-15-01 
Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


Rebound Margin 


17 


at Florida State (54-37), 1-14-01 


-18 


vs. Illinois (55-37), 11-21-00 








Assists 


37+ 


vs.Chicago State, 12-27-00 


10 


vs.Duke,3-31-01 

vs. George Mason, 3-15-01 


24 


at North Carolina,2-10-01 


5 vs.Vi/ake Forest, 3-9-01 


Turnovers 


23 


at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


8 


at North Carolina, 2-10-01 


32 


UMES, 12-30-00 


6 vs.Duke, 3-10-01 


Blocked Shots 


13 


vs. Dayton, 11 -22-00 


1 


vs.Duke,3-31-01 


10 


Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 


Oklahoma, 2-24-01 
UMES, 12-30-00 


Steals 


20 


vs. Stony Brook, 12-6-00 


3 


vs. Illinois, 11-21-00 


14 


vs. Duke, 3-10-01 


4 UMBC, 12-13-00 


Personal Fouls 


31 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 


11 


vs.Chicago State, 12-27-00 


29 


UMES, 12-30-00 


12 at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 



Individual Superlatives 



Points, Game 
Points, 1st Half 
Points, 2nd Half 

Field Goals Made 

Field Goals Attempted 

Field Goal Pa. (5 att.) 

Field Goal Pct.dOatt.) 

3-Pt. Field Goals Made 
3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 
3-Pt. Field Goal Pet. (3 att.) 
3Pt. Field Goal Pet. (5 att.) 

Free Throws Made 
Free Throws Attempted 
Free Throw Pet. (4 att.) 
Free Throw Pet.(10att.) 

Offensive Rebounds, Game 
Defensive Rebounds, Game 
Total Rebounds, Game 
Total Rebounds, 1st Half 
Total Rebounds, 2nd Half 

Assists 

Blocked Shots^ 
Steals 
Minutes 

■f tki Maryland record 



MARYLAND HIGH 

32 Lonny Baxter vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 

19 Byron Mouton at Penn, 12-9-00 

23 Juan Dixon vs. Oklahoma, 2-24-01 

1 2 Lonny Baxter vs. Norfolk State, 12-23-00 
Juan Dixon vs. Norfolk State, 1 2-23-00 

22 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

.875 Drew Nicholas (7-8) vs.Viirginia,3-3-01 

Mike Mardesich (7-8) vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 

Lonny Baxter (7-8) at Virginia, 1-31-01 

.917 Juan Dixon (11-12) vs.NCState,2-20-01 

5 JuanDixonvs.UMES,12-30-00 

10 Juan Dixon vs. Duke, 3-3 1-01 
1.000 four players (3-3) 

.800 Drew Nicholas (4-5) vs. Dayton, 1 1 -22-00 

11 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 1 -6-01 

1 3 Lonny Baxter vs. Georgetown, 3-22-01 & Lonny Baxter vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 
1.000 Juan Dixon (IMl)vs.Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

1.000 Juan Dixon (1 1-1 Dvs.Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

8 Terence Morris at Duke, 2-27-01 

12 Terence Morris at Virginia, 1-31-01 

15 Terence Morris at Virginia, 1-31-01 & Lonny Baxter vs. Wake Forest, 1-17-01 

9 LonnyBaxtervs.WakeForest, 1-17-01 &Terence Morris at Florida State, 1 14-01 
10 Terence Morris at Virginia, 1-31 -01 

1 3 Steve Blake vs. Stony Brook, 1 2-6-00 

6 Lonny Baxter vs. Dayton, 11 -22-00 
8 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

39 Juan Dixon at Duke, 2-27-01 



OPPONENT HIGH 

32 WillSolomon,atClemson,1-2-01 

19 Shane Banier, at Duke, 2-27-01 & Will Solomon, at Clemson, 1-2-01 

20 Joseph Forte, North Carolina, 1-10-01 

10 three times 

20 Shane Battier,Duke,3-10-01 
Jason Williams, Duke,3-10-01 

.875 Carlos Boozer (7-8), Duke, 3-31-01 
Geoff Owens (7-8), at Penn, 1 2-9-00 

.727 TonyAkins (8-11),at Georgia Tech,2-6-01 

7 WillSolomon,ataemson,l-2-01& LamarPlummet,atPenn,12-9-00 

14 Shane Battier, at Duke, 2-27-01 

1.000 Max Owens (3-3),atN.Catolina,2-10-01&TonyAkins(3-3),atGa.Tech,2-6-01 

.800 Jason Capel (4-5), at North Carolina, 2-10-01 

10 Darius Songaila,Wake Forest, 1-17-01 

13 Alvin Jones, at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 & Jason Williams, Duke, 1-27-01 

1 .000 Shane Battier (9-9), at Duke, 2-27-01 & Joseph Forte (9-9), at N. Caralina, 2-1 0-01 

.909 Darius Songaila(10-11),Wake Forest, 1-17-01 

7 Mike Sweetney, Georgetown, 3-22-01 
10 Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

14 Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 

8 Travis Watson, at Virginia, 1 -3 1 -01 

9 Alvin Jones, Georgia Tech, 1-6-01 & Leon Brisport, Stony Brook, 12-6-00 

12 Mike Kelley,Wisconsin, 11-29-00 

8 AlvinJones,GeorgiaTech,1-6-01 

5 Nate James, Duke, 1-27-01;at Ouke,2-27-01 & Chris Duhon,at Duke,2-27-01 

45 MikeKelley,Wisconsin,ll-29-00 



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nBPNOTt: Maryland led the ACC in assists last season, and tied a school record with 37 assists on Dec. 27 against Chicago State. 




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CIOHT CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



SEASONRECAPS 

Maui Invitational Quarterfinal 
Gm I • Maryland 95, Louisville 73 

LAHAINA, Hawaii — Terence Morris had 24 pointsand nine rebounds and Lonny 
Baxter added 18 points and seven rebounds to lead No- 6 Maryland to a 95-73 vic- 
tory over Louisville in the opening round of the Maui Invitational. 

Morris, one of five returning starters for Maryland, had 16 points in the first 
half as the Terrapins took a 52-38 lead by going 20-for-33 from the field (60.6 per- 
cent). 

Morris, who finished 10-for-l 6 from the field, had five points in a 9-0 run that 
gave Maryland (1-0) a 19-8 lead and Louisville (1-1) never got closer than seven 
points the rest of the way. 

Maryland stretched its lead to 20 points in the opening five minutes of the 
second half.The biggest lead was 92-63 with 3:37 left, when Drew Nicholas banked 
in a 3-pointer as the shot clock expiied. 



MARYLAND 95, LOUISVILLE 73 
Lahalna Civic Center — Nov. 20, 2000 
Louisville Min F6 3FG 

Myles t 27 4-8 0-0 

Whiteliead f 28 7-19 0-0 
c 18 2-7 0-0 
g 22 2-11 1-4 
g 33 8-16 3-S 
27 0-2 0-1 



Maybin 
Games 



FT 0-0 Reb F A 



4 2 2 

2 3 1 

3 1 2 



Wilkins( 
Norther 



Totals 

Maryland 

Miller 
Morris 
Baxter 
Dixon 
Blake 



Mardesich 

Holden 

Wikox 

Totals 



10 



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



1 1 

2 3 

3 2 3 5 



200 26-71 5-12 16-24 23-17 40 22 13 18 3 7 73 



FG 3FG FT 0-0 Reb F A TBS Pts 



f 25 2-4 0-0 

f 27 10-16 1-4 

c 21 6-10 0-0 

9 26 6-10 0-1 3-6 4-2 

9 23 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-1 

16 6-10 1-3 2-4 2-3 

18 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 

6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 

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



3^ 7 3 



0-0 0-3 3 11 



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



3 3 24 

2 1 18 

2 15 

1 3 

15 

2 5 

1 
1 



200 36-59 4-11 19-33 14-28 42 22 21 20 6 12 95 



Loulsville(l-ll 38 35 - 73 

Maryland (1-0) 52 43 - 95 

FG% - Louisville 366, Maryland .610. 3FG% - Louisville ,417, Maryland ,364, FT% - Louisville 

667, Maryland ,576. Technical Fouls - Louisville bench. Officials - David Hall, Vtfilliam Bush, 

Bruce Shapiro A -2,500. 

Maui Invitational Semifinal 
Gm 2 -Illinois 90, Maryland 80 

LAHAINA, Hawaii — Marcus Griffin had all but two of his 19 points in the sec- 
ond half and Illinois' front line dominated Maryland's as the No. 8 Fighting lllini 
beat the sixth-ranked Terrapins 90-80 in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational. 

Frank Williams added 21 points for Illinois, which prevailed in the season's first 
matchup between Top 1 teams. 

Illinois took control up front as sophomore Brian Cook had 1 1 points and nine 
rebounds and senior Sergio McClain had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Griffin, who 
was 9-for-14 from the field, had eight rebounds as Illinois finished with a 55-37 
advantage on the boards. 

Lonny Baxter had 17 points for Maryland and Terence Morris added 13, but 
neither was able to get anything going against Griffin, Cook and McClain. 

Griffin scored on an offensive rebound and on a move down low to key an 1 1-2 
run that gave the lllini a 66-54 lead with 9:26 to play. 

After a 3-pointer by Morris, Griffin scored on a rebound dunk and a layup to 
make it 70-57 with 7:56 left. Maryland wasn't able to get closer than seven points 
the rest of the way. 



McClain 




ILLINOIS 90, MARYLAND 80 

Lahaina Civic Center — Nov.21,2000 

Illinois Min FG 3FG 

Cook f 25 4-10 1-2 



FT 0-D Reb F A 



2-11 



1-2 5-9 6-4 10 3 



( 29 9-14 0-0 
g 32 4-12 3-9 
g 31 6-14 2-4 



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



T B S Pts 

2 1 11 

2 1 10 

2 1 19 

1 2 14 

2 3 21 
2 



Mast 

Archibald 

lohnson 

Harrington 

Howard 

Krupahja 

Totals 

Maryland 

Miller 

Morris 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Blake 

Mouton 

Nicholas 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wilcox 

Totals 



1 



3 2 10 5 



11 0-3 0-1 1-2 0-3 3 2 2 1 

3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 

2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

1-2 3 

200 30-74 8-19 22-33 27-28 55 22 16 12 5 8 90 

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

f 26 1-5 1-2 2-2 3-1 4 4 13 5 

f 27 5-12 1-2 2-3 2-4 6 3 3 3 13 

c 31 7-11 0-0 3-7 3-5 8 3 12 1 17 

-4 5 4 3 3 1 14 



9 29 4-13 0-2 

9 30 2-8 1-4 

24 3-6 1-2 

12 3-5 1-2 

10 1-1 0-0 

7 2-3 



1 4 3 7 



1-1 0-0 0-1 1 10 5 
0-0 0-0 0-0 10 10 



200 28-64 6-15 18-26 14-23 37 25 15 15 10 3 



DAVTON77,MARVUND71 


Lahaina Civic Center — No 


Dayton 


Min FG 


Green 


f 21 3-5 


Hall 


f 34 2-6 


Holland 


c 26 4-9 


Stanley 


g 29 6-15 


Morris 


g 29 1-3 


Marshall 


20 3-8 


Smith 


8 1-3 


Waleskowski 


25 3-5 



0-0 0-3 4-2 



3 2 2 



4 2 7 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


Miller 


f 15 


0-2 


Morris 


f 34 


8-14 


Baxter 


c 33 


9-15 


Dixon 


9 34 


1-8 


Blake 


9 28 


2-8 


Mouton 


19 


2-3 


Nicholas 


21 


4-6 


Cephas 


2 


0-0 


Mardesich 


5 


1-3 


Holden 


8 


0-1 


V^ilcox 


1 


0-0 



2-2 1-1 2 4 10 14 
4-4 2-6811002 10 
0-0 3-0 3 3 10 2 



200 24-59 8-16 21-29 18-23 41 19 14 18 4 7 77 



3FG FT 0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 



0-0 2-S 2-4 



1-4 0-0 0-4 



2 10 13 



3 5 5 15 



0-0 1-3 2-1 3 112 2 5 



4-5 0-0 0-1 



12 5 2 



0-0 0-0 0-0 



0-0 0-0 0-1 



3 2 3 




Totals 



200 27-60 6-17 11-18 11-22 33 25 17 17 13 9 71 



Dayton (2-11 34 43 - 77 

Maryland (1-2) 36 35 - 71 

FG% - Dayton .407, Maryland 450. 3FG% - Dayton .500, Maryland .353. FT% - Dayton .724, 

Maryland .61 1 Technical Fouls - none.Officials - Scott Tliornley, William Bush, Bruce Shapiro.A 

- 2,500 




Illinois (3-0) 33 57 90 

Maryland (Ml 35 45 - 80 

FG%- Illinois 405,Maryland438.3FG%-lllinois .421, Maryland .4O0.fT%- Illinois .667,Mary- 

land -692.Technical Fouls - none Officials -Tom Harrington, David HalLLonnie Dixon, A - 2,500 

Maui Invitational Third- Place Game 
Gm 3 •> Dayton 77, Maryland 71 

LAHAINA, Hawaii — Tony Stanley scored 21 points, including a back-breaking 
3-pointer as the shot clock expired with just over a minute left in the game, and the 
Flyers beat No. 6 Maryland 77-71 in the third-place game of the Maui Invitational 

The Flyers (2-1 ) went up 65-55 with 5:05 to play on a 3-pointer by Stanley. But 
the Terrapins (1-2) chipped away at the lead and closed to 67-64 with 2:51 to play 
on a basket down low by Lonny Baxter 

Stanley made one of two free throws with 2:04 left.and after Maryland's Juan 
Dixon missed a 3-pointer,the Flyers worked the shot clock. With two seconds left on 
it, Maryland's Steve Blake tied up David Morris of the Flyers, but the possession 
arrow belonged to Dayton. Since the same team kept possession, the clock was not 
reset. 

The ball was inbounded to Stanley in front of his own bench,and he got off the 
3-pointer just in time to give Dayton a 71-64 lead with 1 :06 left. Following a Mary- 
land turnover Nate Green made two free throws to give the Flyers a 73-64 lead with 
51 seconds left. 



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

0-0 4-4 1-2 3 4 2 2 10 
1-3 2-2 1-2 3 2 2 3 117 



200I FINAL FOUR 



ACC/Big Ten Challenge 

Qmk' Wisconsin 78, Maryland 7S 

MILWAUKEE, Wise. — Kirk Penney scored five of his 18 points in overtime as 
No.23 Wisconsin held off 1 3th-ranked Maryland 78-75 in an ACC-Big Ten Challenge 
game at the Bradley Center. 

Penney, a sophomore who was O-foc-13 from the field in the Badgers' opener, 
hit a 3-pointer on the first possession of overtimeand Wisconsin (2-1) never trailed 
again. 

The Terrapins (1-3) lost for thethird straight time despite holding Wisconsin to 
just 37 percent shooting and committing just 1 2 turnovers. 

After Maryland's Drew Nicholas fired a long 3-pointer to pull theTerps within 
five, the Badgers' victory seemed secured when Nicholas misfired another long 3- 
pointer with 10 seconds left and Roy Boone was fouled on the rebound. His two 
free throws gave Wisconsin a 78-71 lead- 
But the pesky Terrapins scored on Byron Mouton's basket, stole the ball and 
Terence Morris made two foul shots with a second left.Mouton came off the bench 
to lead the Terrapins with 14 points. 

Charlie Wills' two free throws with 51 seconds left in regulation put Wisconsin 
ahead 62-59, but Steve Blake hit a tying 3-pointer from the top of the key with 36 
seconds left. 

Earlier, Mike Vershaw scored six points in an 1 1-0 run the Badgers used to take 
a 50-42 lead with 10:00 left. But Nicholas made four foul shots, Mike Mardesich 
made a nifty basket underneath and Tahj Holden's 3-pointer with six minutes left 
gave Maryland a 51-50 lead and ensured an exciting finish. 

The Badgers jumped to leads of 11-2 and 21-10 before theTeirapins settled 
down, Juan Dixon, who scored 1 1 of his 12 points in the first half, gave Maryland its 
first lead at 32-31 with a layup at 2:49 of the first half, Maryland led 37-34 at half- 
time, 

WISCONSIN 78, MARVL^INO 75 (0T| 

Bradley Center (Milwaukee) — Nov.29, 2000 



Maryland 

Millet 

Morns 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Blake 

Mouton 

Nicholas 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Team 

Totals 



Min FG 3FG FT 

f 14 0-1 0-1 0-0 

f 27 2-9 1-4 4-6 

c 31 5-8 0-0 3-7 

9 35 5-13 0-1 2-4 

9 34 3-8 2-4 4-4 

27 6-9 0-1 2-2 

21 1-3 1-2 5-6 



0-0 


Reb F A T B 


0-0 


10 


2-3 


5 3 12 2 


0-1 


13 10 


1-6 


7 2 12 


1-1 


2 5 7 2 


2-1 


3 3 10 


1-4 


5 2 10 


0-2 


2 2 10 



l-I 0-0 1-1 



225 25-56 5-14 20-29 10-23 33 22 12 12 2 7 75 



3FG FT CD Reb 



2-2 5-6 2-2 



Penney 

Kelley 

Boone 

Boviier 

Mader 

Vershaw 

Team 

Totals 



g 37 6-15 4-11 2-4 
g 45 1-3 0-2 3-4 



12 12 3 5 



0-0 1-1 2 



30 3-8 0-1 8-8 2-2 4 2 4 
0-4 4 
225 22-58 10-30 24-30 13-24 37 22 18 



13 2 7 78 



Maryland (1-3) 37 25 13-75 

Wisconsin (2-1) 34 28 16 - 78 

FC% - Maryland .446, Wisconsin 379 3FG% - Maryland 357, Wisconsin ,333. FT% - Maryland 

-690, Wisconsin 800. Technical Fouls - none Officials - Jim Bunted Hillary, Steve Welmer A - 

7,521. 

BB& T Classic Semifinal 

Gm S •> Maryland 82, Michigan 51 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Juan Dixon had 19 points and Lonny Baxter had 1 7 as 
No. 1 3 Maryland led from start to finish in an 82-51 rout in the semifinals of the 
BB&T Classic. 

Maryland (2-3), playing close to home for the first time this season, earned a 
bid to their fifth consecutive appearance in the BB&T Classic championship game 
as the Wolverines (2-3), who started three freshmen and a sophomore, proved to 
be the perfect remedy. Maryland took leads of 16-7, 29-15 and scored the last 1 1 
points of the first half to go up 45-23. Thefirst sure sign that Maryland was right- 
ing itself came 1 :49 into the game, when long-range threat Dixon made his first 3- 
pointer after starting the season O-for-9. 

Baxter also went to work early, overwhelming 7-foot-2 freshman Josh Moore 
with a three-point play and a basket off an offensive rebound in the first three min- 
utes. 

Michigan never cut the lead below 20 points after halftime 



If BPNOTt: r/ie lerps played their first six games away from Cole field House last season, traveling to Maui and Milwaukee for four games before taking part, and winning, the annual BB&T Classic at Washington's MCI Center. 



nisi 





C I G H 



CONSCCUTIV£ NCAA TOURNAHCNTS 



MA«VUtllD82.MICHIGANS1 

MCI Center (W^ishington, D.C.) — Oei. 2, 2000 

MkhiQan Min FG 3FC 

f 2S J 13 1-i 
f 26 J-6 00 



O'D Reb F A T B S Pb 



i 1 J 2 



14 1-2 0-0 0-2 21 



10 10 2 



Blandidrd 

Young 

Moore 

Queen 

Robinson 

Jones 

Searight 

Gronlnger 

Asselin 

Team i 3 

Totals 200 20-57 4-15 7 15 15 24 V) li 9 24 1 6 51 



0-2 0-1 



18 1-4 0-2 1-2 



J-2 2 12 



12 110 1! 



13 0-2 
20 2-7 
24 0-3 



0-0 01 1-0 10 2 4 10 
2-5 0-0 1-2 3 2 12 6 
0-0 00 1 ! 4 4 2 10 



Maryland 

Mouton 
Morris 
Barter 

Blake 

McCall 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Cephas 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wikoi 

Team 

Totals 



Min FG 

( 20 1-4 

f 18 2-S 

c 22 6-14 

g 25 7-10 

g 25 0-1 



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



01 00 12 3 
0-1 5-5 2-3 5 



0-1 2-2 02 2 2 
0-0 2-2 0-0 



23 2-4 0-1 0-2 12 i 2 
5 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 
14 2-10 0-0 1-3 5-2 7 1 



2 2 3 17 

2 1 3 19 
5 4 13 2 
10 14 
110 3 

3 10 4 
4 
110 5 



M 2-1 3 2 



0-0 3-4 1-5 



10 3 9 



200 29-65 3-10 21-29 16-27 43 18 19 12 7 10 82 



Michigan (2!) 23 28 51 

Maryland 12-31 45 37 82 

FC% - Michigan 351 Maryland 446 3FG% - Michigan -267, Maryland 300. FT% - Michigan 

467.Maryland 724 Tedinkal Fouls- none Officials -Tom Harrington, PaulJanssenJim Jenkins. 

A 16.681 

BB&TCIaisi( Championship 

Gm 6 - Maryland 71, G. Washington 63 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Byron Mouton stored 17 points as No. U Maryland 
avenged a 1 999 upset loss to George Washington with a 7 1 -63 victoiy in the cham- 
pionship game of the BB&T Classic. 

Mouton was 8-of-12 from the field to help Maryland (3-3) repel the pesky 
Colonials (5-2). Lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon each had 13 points for the Terrapins, 
who avoided their first 2-4 start since 1969. 

The game was tied with 9:35 left before a follow shot byTahj Holden.a dunk by 
Baxter and a shon jumper by Drew Nicholas put the Terrapins up by six. Aftei a GW 
basket, Mouton hit a jumper and Baxter added two fiee throws to make it 63-55. 

SirValiant Brown had 18 points and Jaason Smith added 14 for George Wash- 
ington, which shocked Maryland in the 1999 title game.The Colonials closed to 64- 
61 with 1 :44 left,butTeience Moitis scored insideand Baxter made two free throws 
to secure the victory. 

The Colonials never led until Chtis Monroe made two fouls shots with 1 1 :39 
left to make it 49-47. Dixon and Nicholas then hit short jumpers for Maryland, but 
Brown powered inside for a basket that again tied the score. 

MARVUNO 71, GEORGE WASHINGTON 63 
MCI Center! Washinglon,O.C.I — Dec 3, 2000 

3FG FT 0-0 Reb F 



)-l 1-4 2-5 7 1 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


Mouton 


1 31 


8-12 


Morris 


f 23 


4-10 


Baxter 


c 24 


4-11 


Diion 


g 28 


4-10 


Blake 


g 29 


0-5 


Nitliolas 


21 


4-7 


Miller 


11 


0-1 


ManJesich 


12 


1-3 


Holden 
Wilcox 


17 
4 


1-4 
0-1 



GW 

Ngongba 
Monroe 
Barrow 

Miller 

Chandler 

5mith 

Totals 



1-4 4-6 1-5 



0-0 0-0 2-1 3 2 

0-0 2-2 2-1 3 1 

0-1 2-4 2-4 6 2 

0-0 0-0 0-1 10 



200 26-54 4-13 15-26 20-25 45 16 1 



Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F 

f 19 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 4 4 

I 34 1-3 0-2 4-4 2-7 9 3 

g 21 1-6 0-1 2-2 0-0 2 

g 25 1-4 0-1 2-2 1-2 3 2 

g 34 7-16 0-4 4-4 0-1 1 5 

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

26 4-13 2-5 1-1 03 3 2 

13 1-2 O-O 0-0 0-2 2 4 

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



20 4-10 0-2 6-6 2-5 7 1 



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







200 20-S7 2-16 21-21 12-25 37 23 10 13 4 9 63 



Maryland 13 3) 40 31 71 

GeorgeWashinglon(S-2) 34 29 - 63 

FG<* Maryland 406. GW iSI 3FG% Maryland 308, GW 125 FT* -. Maryland 577. GW 
1 000 Technical Fouls none Officials Jim Burr. Bill Kennedy. Steve Weimer A 16.826 




Gm 1 - Maryland 107, Stony Brook 39 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Back at Cole Field House after a grueling season-open- 
ing stretch, fVlaryland made itself right at home against overmatched Stony Brook. 

Lonny Baxter scored 1 5 of his 19 points in the first half as the Terrapins built a 
33-poinl lead and coasted to their 72nd straight non-conference home win, 107- 
59. 

Byron Mouton and Juan Dixon also scored 19 for the Terrapins (4-3), who won 
their third straight game. 

Baxter scored off the opening tip and went 6-for-7 from the field to help Mary- 
land take a 53-20 halftime lead. The Seawolves (3-3), who started three freshmen, 
went the final 10:52 of the half without a basket while being outscored 25-2. 

Poor shooting didn't help. The Seawolves shot 27 percent in the first half and 
had 1 2 turnovers. The second half was noteworthy only in that Williams received a 
technical foul with 1 5:06 left and the Terrapins leading 70-26. 

Baxter made hisfirst four shots from the field and Dixon hit successive 3-pointers 
to cap a 8-0 spurt that put the Terrapins up 19-9. 

It was 24- 1 6 before Baxter and Mouton both scored six points and Danny Miller 
connected from beyond the arc during a 16-2 run that piovided Matyland with a 
22-point cushion. 

Blake finished with a career-high 13 assists. Dixon, who made half his 1 2 shots, 
also had three assists and three steals. 

MARYLAND 107, STONY BROOK 59 
Cole Field House — Dec 6, 2000 
Stony Brook Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pis 

McCollum f 24 0-8 0-0 2-4 2-2 4 2 3 4 112 

Konopka 

Brispon 

Little 

Bryant 



3 4 6 



c 32 6-10 0-0 6-7 5-6 11 
9 31 1-7 1-6 2-2 0-2 



4 4 10 1 S 



g 3! 3-10 1-2 2-2 1-4 5 13 4 2 9 
1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 2 



Ware 



Totals 

Maryland 

Moulon 

Baxter 

Blake 

McCall 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Cephas 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wilcox 

Team 

Totals 



0-0 0-0 0-1 



1 10 2 



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

13 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 12 110 4 

5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 

28 5-15 3-8 0-0 1-2 3 2 2 1 1! 

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



200 21-58 5-16 1219 15-19 34 18 13 24 2 6 59 



Min FG 3FG 



I 19 6-7 

f 12 3-5 

c 21 8-10 

g 24 6-12 



0-0 7-8 2-3 5 1 



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



g 23 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-3 3 11 
10 2-3 2! 0-0 0-0 Oil 



20 38 2-4 0-0 1-0 1 2 



6 0-2 0-0 0-0 

1! 3-6 

13 0-0 

15 3-6 



0-2 2 10 



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



4 2 3 8 
I 11 I 
10 2 10 7 



200 37-68 9-19 24-29 14-27 41 T9 27 10 12 20 107 



Stony Brook (!-il 20 39 59 

Maryland 14-31 S! 54 107 

FC% - Stony Brook .362, Maryland 544. 3FG% - Stony Brook .3 1 3, Maryland .474 FT). - Stony 

Brook 632, Maryland .828. Technical Fouls - Maryland bench Officials - Steve Gordon, Ber 

nard Clifton. Tim Nestor A - 13,206 



• 200I FINAL FOUR 

Gm 8 - Maryland 87, Pennsylvania 81 

PHILADELPHIA — Byron Mouton scored 19 of his 20 points in the first half as 
No.l9Matyland beat Penn 87-81. 

Maryland (5 3) won its fourth stiaight game — each with Mouton starting 
— after starting the year 1-3. 

Juan Dixon had 23 points andTerence Morris added 12 points for Maryland. 
Lamar Plummer scored 23 points, Ugonna Onyekwe had 20 and Geoff Owens added 
14 for Penn. 

Mouton had 12 points during a 21-1 tun midway through the first half as Mary- 
land broke open a close game. Steve Blake scored 10 straight points late in the 
second half as the Terrapins held off a stiong rally 

But Mouton stopped shooting in the second half, and Penn fought back. 
Plummet, who finished 7-of-1 1 from 3-point range, hit five 3-pointers in the sec- 
ond half to lead Penn back from a 24-point deficit. Plummer made two consecutive 
3-pointers to cut it to 64-50. He nailed another 3-pointei to cap a 10-2 run that 
made it 69-60, and hit a long-range 3-pointer to cut it to 75-69 with 4:24 left. 

Blake answered Plummet's shots with a 3-pointer and a long jumper — his 
first points of the game — to give Maryland an 80-69 lead. After a layup by 
Onyekwe, Blake hit another jumper to make it 82-71 with 1 :58 left. 

MARYLAND 87, PENNSYLVANIA 81 

The Palestra — Dec. 9, 2000 

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



0-0 3-6 4-4 8 



Mouton 


1 32 


6-9 


Moms 


f 25 


6-1S 


Barter 


c 27 


3-8 


Dixon 


g 33 


6-11 


Blake 


q 27 


3-S 


Nicholas 




2-3 


Miller 




1-3 


ManJesich 




1-3 


Wilcox 




1-3 



2 3 2 20 
4 1 1 12 


4 1 10 9 
1 1 5 2 23 


2 3 1 1 2 10 

2 3 6 

1 1 10 2 3 

2 2 10 12 

2 10 2 



Onyekwe 


f 35 


6-10 


Archibong 


1 29 


2-6 


Owens 


c 31 


7-8 


Klatsky 


g 33 


4-9 


Plummer 


q 36 


8-1f 


Copp 


11 


0-3 


Solomito 


8 


0-1 


Chubb 


14 


0-0 


Sanger 


3 


0-0 



0-0 0-0 0-3 

0-0 0-0 \4 



200 29-60 9-13 20-30 16-20 36 18 14 14 3 7 87 



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



0-3 5-6 0-0 5 2 10 9 

0-0 0-1 2-3 5 4 3 3 1 14 

3-6 2-2 1-3 4 3 3 4 4 13 

7-11 0-0 0-5 5 2 23 

0-2 0-0 0-0 12 10 

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



12 3 11 



Totals 



0-0 0-0 0-0 



200 27-55 10-23 17-20 9-21 30 22 10 17 8 7 81 



52 35 



Maryland 15-31 

Pennsylvania (0-61 30 51 - 81 

FG% Maryland 483, Penn .491 3FG% - Maryland 692, Penn 435. FT)* - Maryland .667. Penn 

850 Technical Fouls - none. Officials - John McDonnell, Rich SanFillipo, Mark DiStaola. A - 

8.722 

Gm 9 -Maryland 93, UMBC 67 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Juan Dixon is mote than just a starting shooting guard 
with a slick touch. He's proof that coach Gary Williams knows a linle something 
about recruiting. 

Dixon scored 23 points to top 1,000 for his career as No. 20 Itlaryland rolled to 
its fifth straight victory, 93-67 over Maryland-Baltimore County. 

Lonny Baxter had 1 7 points and 1 2 rebounds for the Terrapins (6-3), who never 
trailed after Dixon snapped a 4-4 tie with seven straight points. It was Maryland's 
73rd consecutive non-conference home win, the longest such streak in the nation. 

Dixon, a 6-foot-3 junior, topped the 1,000-point barrier by hitting a 3-poinier 
with 1 6: 1 8 left in first half. He went 9-for- 1 5 from the field, including 3-for-4 from 
beyond the arc. 

Freshman Peter Mulligan scored 20 for UMBC (5-2), which fell to 0- 12 against 
Matyland in the intrastate fivalry that began in 1987. 



UMBC 

Giddens 

Martin 

Okafor 

Wilson 

Want 

Brooks 



McClurkin 
Mulligan 



Min FG 

I 31 27 

f 11 2-2 

c 29 4-8 

9 14 2-5 

g 23 2-9 

1 M 

25 2-4 

35 4-9 

31 6-10 



3FG FT OD Reb F A 

0-1 1-2 0-5 5 10 

0-0 2-2 0^1 2 1 

0-0 0-1 1-4 5 2 

0-2 0^) 0-2 2 2 

1-« 4-4 04 3 1 

0-0 04) IM 1 

04 04 0-0 2 

04 J-4 4-4 I 2 

0-1 8-9 2-4 6 2 



T B S Pts 

S 5 

10 6 

3 2 8 

10 14 

110 9 



2 6 4 

3 3 2 1 11 

1 2 1 20 



lOS 



200 24-S4 1-10 11-22 9-20 29 15 10 22 3 4 67 



KRPKOTt: Byron Mouton scored 1 9 points in the first half, and Steve Blake scored W straight points late ir) the second half as the Terps beat Penn and won their first game at the Palestra since 1927. 






CtGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


Mouton 


1 U 


i-8 


Motrin 


f 25 


4-13 


Baxter 


c n 


7-12 


Dixon 


q 25 


9-15 


Blake 


q 25 


2-5 


MtCall 




0-1 


Nicholas 


18 


3-4 


Miller 


26 


4-9 


Cephas 


9 


0-2 


Mardesich 


8 


3-J 


Wilcox 


11 


4-5 



3F0 FT 0-D Reb F A T B 

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



3 3 2 2 2 1 



0-0 3-5 6-6 12 3 



0-1 0-0 0-0 2 

2-2 0-0 0-2 2 2 4 118 

0-3 0-0 4-1 5 13 2 18 

0-0 0-0 1-4 5 2 10 

0-0 0-0 0-2 2 6 



0-0 0-0 1-1 



2 2 2 1 



Totals 



200 39-77 7-19 8-11 19-25 44 19 27 14 11 14 93 



67 



UMBC 15-21 33 

Maryland 16-31 51 42 - 93 

FG%- UMBC 444,Marylanii ,506 3FG% - UMBC lOO.Marylanr) ,368, FT%- UMBC ,818,Mary- 

land 727.Technical Fouls - none Officials - Karl Hess, Steve Gordon, Bryan Kersey A - 13,021, 

Gm 10 -Maryland 123, Norfolk St. 79 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Lonny Baxter scored a career-high 32 points on 12-for- 
14 shooting as No, 20 Maryland routed Norfolk State 1 23-79 and extended its non- 
conference home winning streak to 74 games, 

luan Dixon had a season-high 26pointsfmthe Terrapins (7-3), whose six-game 
winning streak became their longest since a seven-game run in 1 999, 

Baxter scored 1 7 points in the opening six minutes of the second half to help 
Maryland increase its 26-point halftime lead to 89-42, The 6-foot-8 junior center, 
who made his first seven field goal attempts, went 7-for-lO at the line and had 
seven rebounds before sitting out the hnal nine minutes. 

After Norfolk State (2-6| scored the opening basket, Maryland guickly took 
control with an 18-2 run that included four points by Dixon and a three-point play 
by Mike Mardesich off a snazzy no-look pass from Terence Morris, 

It was 41-21 before Dixon made a layup and Baxter scored on a dunk and a 
follow to spark an 8-0 run that put theTeriapins up by 28, 

MARyuND 1 23, NORFOLK STATE 79 
Cole Field House — Dec. 23, 2000 
Norfolk St. Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A I B S Pts 







Neal 


f 20 


7-10 






Abney 


c 6 


0-1 


3 

> 

Ul 


Winston 


q 24 


3-6 


Dove 


q 20 


2-4 


Byrd 


14 


0-0 


Mills 


15 


3-6 


Smith 


15 


3-4 




Whitfield 


7 


0-2 


Z 


Whinle 


5 


0-1 


IJ 


Maxwell 


13 


3-5 


w 

a 


i 


Seward 
Boyd 


20 
12 


2-4 
1-5 



0-0 1-2 O-O 



0-0 0-0 2-2 



10 



13 10 3 5 
13 6 



0-0 0-0 0-1 1 
2-4 0-0 0-0 10 4 8 



1-4 5 2 2 



0-0 0-0 1-4 



3-1 10 10 3 



200 29-61 3-10 18-24 10-18 28 19 10 24 3 6 79 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


OD Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Mouton 


f 25 


5-9 


0-1 


0-1 


1-1 2 3 1 


2 10 


Morns 


f 26 


1-3 


0-0 


4-4 


1-7 8 3 5 


2 4 6 


Baxter 


c 21 


12-14 


1-1 


7-10 


4-3 7 2 2 


1 1 32 


Dixon 


9 24 


12-17 


2-4 


0-0 


2-3 5 2 


2 5 26 


Blake 


g 25 


4-8 


2-3 


0-0 


S-3 8 3 9 


1 2 10 


McCall 


5 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 12 


10 10 


Nicholas 


26 


2-7 


1-3 


2-2 


1-1 2 14 


4 17 


Miller 


16 


3-7 


0-2 


2-2 


1-0 13 2 


10 3 8 


Cephas 
Mardesich 


5 
13 


2-4 
4-5 


0-0 
0-0 


3-4 
3-3 


1-0 12 
1-3 4 11 


7 
1 1 11 



2 2 1 



!g Wilcox 14 3-4 0-0 

flQ Team 0-1 1 

Q Totals JOO 48-80 6-16 21-26 19-24 43 21 28 16 7 13 123 

5 Norfolk State 12-6) 32 47 - 79 

^ Maryland (7-31 58 65 - 123 

g FG%-NoifolkState.475,Matyland.600,3FG%-NorfolkState.300,Maryland,375,FT%-Nor- 

•y folk State ,750, Maryland 808 Technical Fouls - none. Officials: tarry Rose, Leslie tones, 
Raymond Slynes.A-13,687, 

Psj 

j_ Gm II "Maryland 117, Chicago State 5S 

^ COLLEGE PARK, Md, — Maryland scored the opening 22 points and six players 

f>^ reached double figures as the 18th-ranked Terrapins cmised to the seventh-most 

lopsided win in school history, 1 17-55 over Chicago State. 
1 nil ^"^" ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^mx^ and Lonny Baxter 21 to lead the Terrapins (8-3) to 

their 75th consecutive non-conference home win, the longest such streak in the 
nation, Maryland led 62-23 at halftime and by 60 with 14 minutes left. 
i^^= Tony Jones scored 1 2 for the Cougars (3-7), who had 27 turnovers. 

1*^^ Chicago State went nearly five minutes before finally scoring while the Terra- 
; \'*'v pins took control. After Byron Mouton got a steal and a basket, Dixon drilled succes- 
■^y^ sive 3-poinlers for a 9-0 lead. 




ris scored inside before Baxter slammed home an alley-oop pass. Mouton then hit 
a pair of jumpers for a 22-0 lead, a run that finally ended when Jones scored on a 
drive withl5:15leftinthe half. 

Reserve forward Mike Mardesich scored a career-high 15 points for the Terra- 
pins on7-for-8 shooting. 



MARVLAND 117,CHICAGOSTATES5 
Cole Field House — Dec 27, 2000 
Chicago St. Min FG 3FG 

f 31 5-10 0-3 
i 16 2-2 0-0 



Jones 

Nelson 

Johns 

West 

Wesenbei^ 

Osby 

Cooley 

Evelyn 

Yanders 

Mack 

Wiggins 

Morris 
Bone 
Team 



3-10 0-0 0-0 



Ft 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

2-2 1-3 4 14 6 10 12 

1-2 3-1 4 2 2 5 

6 3 2 6 



g 19 0-3 



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



g 8 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 



2-4 1-0 14 110 
0-1 0-0 0-2 2 15 



3 
2 15 
2 



4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 



10 2-5 

1 0-2 

13 3-5 

7 0-1 



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



0-0 0-0 3-1 



0-2 0-1 10 1 



0-0 0-0 1-' 



15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 



200 23-57 4-17 S-10 11-21 32 21 11 27 4 5 55 



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



Mouton 


1 20 


4-8 


Morris 


f 26 


6-12 


Baxter 


c 22 


6-7 


Dixon 


q 27 


9-13 


Blake 


q 24 


3-4 


McCall 


7 


0-2 


Nicholas 


18 


3-4 


Miller 


14 


5-8 


Cephas 


8 


0-2 


Mardesich 


20 


7-8 


Wilcox 


14 


1-4 



0-2 2-4 2-6 8 1111 

0-0 9-13 2-2 4 2 10 1 

4-6 2-2 0-1 10 8 2 1 

2-2 0-0 3-3 6 2 12 1 



1 14 

2 21 
5 24 



1-2 1-2 3 110 2 
1-2 0-1 1 16 2 1 



0-0 0-2 1-1 



2 1 3 13 
2 



3 2 10 2 



Totals 



200 44-72 10-16 19-33 18-25 43 11 37 10 4 16 117 



55 



Chicago State (3-7) 23 

Maryland (8-31 62 S5 -117 

FG% -Chicago State 404. Maryland 61 1 3FG% - Chicago Srate .23S,Maryland .625. FT% -Chi- 
cago State 500. Maryland .576. Technical Fouls - none. Officials: Duke Edsall, Brian Kersey, 
Reginald Cofer A -13,506, 

Gm 12- Maryland lOS.UMES 53 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. — Byron Mouton scored a season-high 28 points to lead a 
balanced attack and ISth-ranked Maryland coasted to its eighth straight victory, 
105-53 over Maryland-Eastern Shore. 

Juan Dixon had 19 points andTerence Morris added 15 for the Terrapins (9-3), 
who placed five players in double figures in extending their non-conference home 
winning streak to a natron's best 76 games 

Mouton, a 6-foot-6 junior transfer from Tulane, was 9-for-ll from the field 
and made all eight free throw attempts. 

Kevin Darby scored 18 points for the Hawks (1-6), Who went 3-for-12 at the 
line and 4-for- 1 7 from 3-point range. 

It was 64-27 early in the second half before the Hawks reeled off 10 straight 
points, but UMES could get no closer.lt was 83-51 with six minutes left before Mary- 
land scored 19 straight points. 



UMES 

Newson 

Ttotman 

Street 

Hickman 

Smith 

Brown 

Roberts 

N'diaye 

Darby 

Hughes 



f 18 2 3 

c 22 2-7 

g 19 2-7 

g 31 1-8 

3 0-1 

22 1-5 

17 3-5 

36 8-14 

20 3-4 



3FG FT 0-D Reb 



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



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



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


Mouton 


t 27 


9-11 


Morris 


f 24 


5-9 


Baxter 


c 26 


4-6 


Dixon 


g 26 


6-13 


Blake 


q 23 


0-4 


McCall 




0-0 


Nicholas 


22 


4-7 


Miller 


18 


1-6 


Cephas 


5 


1-1 


Mardesich 


9 


1-2 


Wilcox 


16 


2-5 



200 23-56 4-17 3-12 13-20 



3FG FT 0-D Reb 

2-3 8-8 3-0 



200 33-64 10-22 29-42 17-25 



KRPMOTt: The high-scoring Terps scored 121 111,105 and 104 points in succession. The 104-92 win at Clemson included a 59-56 score at the intermission 



A T B 5 Pts 







29 12 32 9 53 



2 15 
1 13 
7 19 



12 16 
2 



29 18 6 19 105 



UMES (1-61 25 28 - 53 

Maryland (9-31 60 45 - 105 

FG% - UMES .41 1, Maryland .S16.3FG% - UMES 235, Maryland .455. FT% - UMES .250, Mary- 
land .690.Tcchnical Fouls -UMES (bench) Officials: Steve Gordon, Keith MaxwelL Rogei Ayers. 
A -13,107. 

Gm 13 - Maryland IO<i, Clemson 92 

CLEMSON, S.C. — Terence Morris knew it was time. 

"Somebody had to step up, so I took it upon myself to do what I could do,"the 
senior forward said after scoring 18 of his 26 points in the second half as No. 17 
Maryland beat Clemson 104-92 to open the Atlantic Coast Conference season. 

Juan Dixon and Lonny Baxter combined for 35 points in the first half as the 
Terrapins (10-3, 1-0 ACC) took a 59-56 lead. Morris was 3-of-7 from the field and 
not much of a factor in the opening 20 minutes. 

Dixon and Baxter were both in foul frouble in the second half and it was Morris who 
ledtheTerps to their ninth straight victory. 

AndtheTerps needed everything Morris had to beat Clemson (9-5, 0-1). which 
was led by Will Solomon's 32 points. Morris' 3-pointer and two foul shots finished 
an 8-0 run that put Maryland ahead to stay 79-73. 

Clemson got within 94-89 on a field goal by Adam Allenspach.but again it was 
Morris, whojammedhomea loose ball with 2:07 left to increase the lead. 

"That's what Terence Morris does," said Baxter, who was 8-of-10 from the field 
and 8-of-8 from the ftee throw line in scoring 24 points."He makes the plays when 
we need them." 

Dixonfinished with 22 as theterra pins reached 100 points fbrthe fourth straight 
game. 

Solomon's sixth 3-pointet gave theligers their last lead,73-71, with 14;05 re- 
maining. Solomon.though.scoredjust three more points In the game as Maryland 
took control. 

Morris' three-point play gave Maryland a 71-69 lead. After Solomon's final 3- 
polnter, Danny Miller hit a long field goal and Morris scored the next five points. 

Solomon's last basket drew Clemson to 83-82 with 9:26 left but Dixon fed Byton 
Mouton for a quick basket and Mouton followed with a 3-pointer 

MARVLAND104,CLEM50N92 
Littlejohn Coliseum —Jan. 2, 2001 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Mouton 


f 29 


S-8 


2-4 


5-6 


2-1 3 2 3 


3 1 1 17 


Morris 


f 34 


8-16 


3-6 


7-7 


1-7 8 3 1 


1 1 26 


Baxter 


c 20 


8-10 


0-0 


8-8 


3-3 6 4 


3 2 24 


Dixon 


9 '3 


8-14 


2-3 


4-5 


2-4 6 3 3 


5 4 22 


Blake 


g 13 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


0-0 4 6 


10 


Nicholas 




1-6 


0-4 


2-2 


0-1 12 6 


14 


Miller 




2-3 


1-2 


1-1 


0-5 5 3 4 


16 


Cephas 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





Mardesich 


18 


1-4 


0-0 


3-5 


3-3 6 10 


5 


Wilcox 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 Oil 


2 10 



Henderson 


f 11 


2-3 


Clfiton 


f 14 


3-5 


Allenspach 


c 20 


3-6 


Solomon 


q 37 


10-11 


Scott 


g 32 


3-9 


Stockman 


24 


4-11 


Braddick 


27 


1-6 


Bains 


13 


14 


Hobbs 


22 


3-4 



200 33-62 8-19 30-36 11-25 36 23 24 14 S 8 104 



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

0-0 1-2 0-1 14 10 5 



Totals 



0-0 5-4 4-3 7 
7-11 5-7 OS 5 



200 30-66 13-29 19-28 15-21 36 25 13 16 2 9 92 



104 



4 10 1 9 
2 3 4 1 2 32 


1 3 1 12 
3 10 1 4 


1 10 1 5- 
5 2 1 11 



Maryland (10-3. 1-01 59 

Clemson(9-5.0-1) 56 36 - 92 

FG% - Maryland 532, Clemson 455 3FG% - Maryland .421, Clemson, .448. Fr% - Maryland 

.833,Clemson, 679 Technical Fouls- none-Officials: Gerald Boudreaux, Curtis Shaw, Ray Natili, 

A - 7,500 

Gm \k - Maryland 93, Georgia Tech 80 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. — Juan Dixon scored a season-high 28 points as No. 17 
Matyland built a big first-half lead and beat Georgia Tech 93-80. 

Terence Morris had his first double-double of the season with 19 points and 13 
rebounds for the Terrapins, who have won eight of their last nine games against 
the Yellow Jackets. 

Each of the nine Terps who played scored at least four points as Maryland (1 1- 
3,2-0 ACC) won its 10th game in a row. 

Tony Akins scored 20 points, and Alvin Jones had 15 points, 14 rebounds and 
eight blocks for Georgia Tech (8-5, 0-2). Darryl LaBarrie added a career-high 15 
points. 

Dixon made all 1 1 of his free throws and also had eight steals, one shy of the 
Maryland record. 

Maryland took control with an 18-0 run during a five-minute span of the first 



half 



Maryland led 19-15 when DrewNicholas started the burstwithapull-up jumper 




Ift 



COM5€CUTiU€ NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



at the 12:14 mark, Dixon's layup off a turnover 4:46 later gave Maryland a 37-15 
edge. 

Akins was the catalyst as Georgia Tech outscored Maryland 1 5-2 in the open- 
ing 5:28 of the second half To get to 55-49, 

The Terrapins committed five turnovers and did not score a field goal during 
the drought, which enabled the Yellow Jackets to get within six points for the first 
time since the 1 5:07 mark of the first half 

Morris came to the rescue, scoring seven straight points to help Maryland push 
the lead back to 72-57 with 9:11 remaining. The Yellow Jackets never again got 
closer than 12 points. 



MARYUND9 


,OE0 


CIA TECH 80 










Cole riEld Ho 


Se - 


Jan. 6, 2001 










Ga.lHti 


Miti 


FG 


3FG 


FI 


0-D 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Babul 


]0 


U 


0-0 


3-4 


2-1 


i I 1 


1119 


lewis 


28 


2-7 


1-4 


2-2 


0-2 


2 J 6 


10 17 


Jones 


29 


5-7 


0-0 


5-10 


4-10 


14 ! 2 


2 8 2 15 


AkIns 


3) 


6-1S 


4-11 


4-5 


0! 


3 1 2 


3 1 20 


Fein 


24 


3-6 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


3 4 2 


3 9 


LaBarrie 


2J 


78 


12 


0-0 


OS 


3 3 3 


6 2 15 


Wines 


9 


2! 


0-1 


1-1 


0-1 


1 1 1 


2 5 


Lane 


5 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





Brooks 


8 


00 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


10 


Isenhout 


1i 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


11 


2 5 


112 


Team 










1 


1 




Totals 


200 


28S7 


9-24 


15-22 


8-24 


!2 24 17 


10 9 80 


Marytanil 


MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Moulon 


16 


12 


00 


2-2 


02 


2 1 1 


10 14 


Morris 


J1 


713 


1-3 


4-5 


6-7 


IJ 4 1 


2 J 19 


Baiter 


2J 


J-9 


0-0 


1-2 


2-4 


6 4 


110 7 


OiKOn 


J4 


822 


1-6 


11-11 


4-0 


4 2 5 


3 8 28 


Blake 


29 


2-5 


0-1 


2-2 


1-1 


2 2 9 


5 2 6 


Nicholas 


17 


4-5 


0-0 


1-1 


0-1 


1 i 


2 9 


Miller 


24 


3-7 


1-3 


3-4 


2-3 


5 2 i 


10 


MariJesich 


19 


2-8 


0-0 


2-4 


3-4 


7 i 1 


10 16 


WilcoK 


7 


2-) 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


4 1 1 


4 



Totals 



200 32-74 3-13 26-31 21-25 46 19 24 15 4 12 93 



Ga.tech(S-S,0-21 34 46 80 

Maryland (11-3,2-01 S3 40 93 

FG%-0eO(giaTech 491, Maryland 432 3FG%Geor9iaIe(h,375,Marvland .231, FT%- Geor- 
gia Tech .682, Maryland 8i9,Technical Fouls - none Offidals: Karl Hess, famie Luckie, Andre 
Palilto, A -14,500 

Gm 15 •> North Carolina 86, Maryland 83 

COUEGE PARK, Md. — North Caiolina had just wrestled control of the game 
from Maryland when, suddenly, it was as if time stood still. 

The Tar Heels' 1 9-point lead dwindled to almost nothing before Joseph forte 
emphatically finished what he started, sealing a 86-83 victory. Forte scored 20 of 
his 26 points in the second hall for No, 9 North Carolina, which couldn't do much 
wrong shortly after halftime and didn't do much of anything as 14th-ranked Mary- 
land got back in the game 

The Tar Heels led 71-52 with 8:14 left before Maryland tallied to 80-77 with 
27 seconds remaining. Forte then hit two foul shots and a layup to seal the victory. 

The sophomore guard went 7-for-8 at the line and scored 1 1 of the Tar Heels' 
final) i points. 

It was the ninth straight win for North Carolina (12-2, !-0 ACC) and first at 
Maryland in four games since 1997, Terence Morris had 21 points and 12 rebounds 
for (he Terrapins (11-4, 2-1), whose 10-game winning streak ended, Juan DiKon 
scored 22 and Lonny Baxter added 20. 

Forte and Jason Capel hit i-pointers, and Kris Lang added a three-point play 
as the Tat Heels opened the second half with a 9-0 run to lake a 41 -36 lead. After 
Baxter and Dixon stored for Maryland, Capel drilled a pair of 3-pointers and Forte 
tallied six points in a 17-4 run that made it 58-44, 

Baxter scored 1 1 of Maryland's first 1 3 points before a basket by Ronald Curry 
gave North Carolina its first lead al 14 13, Down 21 20, the Terrapins got seven 
points from Dixon in a 9-2 run. North Carolina then used 3-pointers by Curry and 
Adam Boone to draw even, but Morris scored on a drive and added a 3-pointet to 
put Maryland up 36-32 at halftime. 



NORTH CAROLINA 86, MARVLAND 83 


Cole Field House —Jan. 10, 2001 


No. Carolina 


Min FG 


3FG 


Capel 


f !4 4-9 


3 4 


Lang 


1 28 5 11 


0-0 


Haywood 


c 29 4-9 


0-0 


Curry 


9 32 412 


J-7 


Forte 


g 34 8-15 


3-4 


Monison 


6 1-2 


0-0 


Owens 


12 2-3 


0-0 


Boone 


8 1-2 


1-1 


Johnson 


V 0-0 


0-0 


Peppers 


16 22 


0-0 



2 1 



3 2 1 12 

4 5 8 

1 7 4 1 11 

2 3 1 1 4 26 

2 

1 1 1 S 

1 1 10 3 


2 2 10 16 



200 31-65 10-16 14-22 11-33 44 16 22 IS 8 8 86 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Moulon 


( 20 


1-6 


0-1 


00 


42 


6 4 1 


10 12 


Morris 


f 35 


6-13 


2-6 


7-7 


5-7 


12 3 5 


4 4 1 21 


Baxter 


c 30 


6-14 


0-0 


8-9 


1-7 


8 5 1 


3 3 3 20 


Dixon 


9 32 


7-16 


2-3 


6-6 


2-2 


4 2 2 


1 22 


Blake 


g 27 


29 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 4 


10 4 5 


Nicholas 


1\ 


2-7 


1-5 


1 


0-1 


1 1 2 


5 


Miller 


17 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


3-3 


6 2 


10 2 


Mardesich 


12 


15 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 2 1 


2 


Wilcox 


6 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





114 



Totals 



200 28-77 6-20 21-23 1827 45 17 18 11 8 10 83 



MARYLAND 76, FLORIDA STATE 55 

Leon County Civic Center — Jan. 14, 2001 

MarylaniJ Min FG 3FG FT 



0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 



1-1 4-5 3-2 5 4 IS 

0-0 3-4 4 10 14 3 2 2 2 S 

0-0 4-10 4-9 13 4 1 2 12 

1-2 0-0 1-5 6 2 2 6 11 19 

0-0 1-2 0-1 10 13 5 

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

1-1 1-3 0-2 2 2 10 18 

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

0-0 0-0 1-4 5 10 10 2 



200 29-63 4-6 14-25 18-36 54 li 11 14 S 4 76 



Florida St. Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

0-0 0-0 2-2 4 5 10 110 



Moulon 
Morris 


f 31 


1-12 


Baxter 


c 23 


4-10 


Dixon 


q 36 


9-14 


Blake 


q 22 


2-2 


Nicholas 


21 


2-6 


Miller 


21 


3-4 


Mardesich 


11 


2-4 


Wilcox 


7 


1-3 



Joiner 


1 18 


05 


Dixon, A, 


f 31 


5-15 


Mathews 


c 11 


2-6 


Crawford 


g 33 


4-9 


Arnnglon 


g 33 


3-10 


Lowery 


8 


0-1 


Wilson 


17 


1-6 


Cummings 


24 


3 11 


Dixon, N 


19 


54 


Anderson 


6 


0-0 



1-2 3 5 



Totals 



1 3 1 1 13 



0-0 0-0 2 3 

1-2 2-1 3 3 11113 

1-2 1-2 3 12 17 

1-3 IS 6 10 17 



200 21-67 3 14 1019 16-21 37 23 10 11 S S SS 



36 40 




No,Canilina(12-2,3-0) 32 54 - 86 

Maryland(11-4,2-1| 36 47 83 

FG% - North Carolina 477, Maryland 364 3FG% - North Carolina 625, Maryland 100 FT% - 
North Carolina ,636, Maryland .913, Technical Fouls none Officials: Rick Hartzell, Steve Goi 
don, Frank Scagliotta, A - 14,500, 

Gm 16 • Maryland 76, f lorida State S5 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla, — Maryland used experience and strength to get back 
on the winning path, 

Juan Dixonscored 19 points.andTerenceMorrisand Lonny Baxter dominated 
the backboards as the 14th-ranked Terrapins bounced back from a loss at home to 
North Carolina with a 76-55 victory over Florida Stale, 

The 6-foot-9,220-pound Mortis was just 1 of 1 2 and finished with five points, 
but had a game high 14 rebounds, while Baxter had 12 points and 1 3 rebounds to 
help the Terrapins to a 54-37 advantage on the boards, 

Dixon hit 9 of 14 shots, while Byron Mouton hit 5 of 8 for the Terps and fin- 
ished with 15 points. 

Florida State's leading scorer, freshman Michael Joiner, fouled out without 
scoring. Fouls also limited Florida State center Mike Mathews to just 1 1 minutes 
and four points, 

Maryland (12-4.3-1 ACC) led 36-28at the half onthe way to its 10th straight 
victory over the cold-shooting Seminoles, 

Florida State (5-11,0-3) pulled within 36-32 in the first 33 seconds of the 
second half, but Maryland pulled away with an 18-6 run to take a 54-38 lead with 
8:27 left. 



Maryland(12-4,3-1) 

floridaSlale(5-ll,0-3l 28 27 55 

FG%- Maryland 460, Florida Srale 31 3.3FG% - Maryland 667.Flonda Stale .214,FT% - Mary 

land 560, Florida Slate 526, Technical Fouls none Offidals; Mike Wood, John Clougheriy 

Curtis Shaw A -4,602 

Gm 17 - Maryland 81, Wake Forest 71 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — No. 1 2 Maryland decided to get physical against 10th- 
ranked Wake Forest, and the result was an 81-71 victory, 

Juan Dixon scored 30 points and lonny Baxter had ISpoints and 1 S rebounds, 
leading the Terrapins to their first win in four tries this season against a ranked 
team. 

Terence Morris scored 20 points for the Terrapins (13-4, 4-1 ACC), who re- 
corded their first home win against a Top 1 team since 1 998, against North Caro- 
lina. 

Josh Howard scored a career-high 24 points and Darius Songaila had 16points 
and 1 1 rebounds for the Demon Deacons ( 1 3-3, 2-3). who lost their third out of 
the last four games after a 12-0 start, 

Morris scored five points and Oixon twice went the distance after a steal dur- 



200t FINAL FOUR 



ing a 12-0 spree that put Maryland up 3 1-21 late in the first half. After Morris hit a 
follow shot and Dixon scored from the corner immediately after halftime, Wake 
Forest never got closer than seven points. 

Maryland led 58 45 with 1 3:29 left and 67-55 with eight minutes remaining. 
It was 7 1 -64 before Morris scored on an alley-oop off a fine pass from Steve Blake 
with 4:49 remaining, effectively ending Wake Forest's slim hopes of a comeback. 

After Wake Forest opened the game with a 6-0 run, the Terrapins responded 
with 10 straight points, Minutes later, as the game became more physical, Odom 
received a technical foul. 

Then, during an 8-0 run by Wake Forest, Williams was slapped with a techni- 
cal. But shortly after that the Terrapins went on their pivotal 12-0 run. 

"We came out playing with passion and a lot of emotion and got the win," 
Baxter said, "We were really flying and attacking." 



MARYLAND 81, WAKE FOUtST 71 










Cole Field House — 


Jan.17.2001 










Wake Forest 


MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F A T 


S Pts 


HowanI 


f 32 


7-12 


1-2 


9-11 


3-2 


5 4 2 2 


2 24 


Songaila 


1 28 


3-9 


0-0 


10-11 


2-9 


11 5 5 


1 16 


Shoemaker 


c 29 


4-7 


0-0 


1-2 


0-S 


5 3 12 


9 


O'Kelley 


9 25 


3-11 


0-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 4 


6 


Munay 


9 30 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 2 6 2 


1 


Hicks 


15 


2-3 


1-2 


2-2 


0-1 


13 11 


3 1 7 


Scott 


12 


3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 2 


6 


Vidauretta 


11 


1-1 


0-0 


1-3 


2-2 


4 4 1 


3 


Dawson 


18 


0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 12 1 





Team 










1-1 


2 1 




Totals 


200 


2352 


211 


2329 


11-24 


35 25 16 16 


S 71 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


JFG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F A T 


S Pts 


Moulon 


f 24 


2-9 


0-0 


1-2 


3-2 


5 3 10 


1 5 


Morris 


f 30 


7-13 


2-4 


4-S 


4-2 


6 4 10 


20 


Baxter 


( 32 


8-16 


0-0 


24 


8-7 


15 4 3 


18 


Dixon 


9 34 


9-18 


2-6 


10-10 


1-4 


5 2 3 1 


4 30 


Blake 


9 31 


1-6 


0-3 


2-2 


0-0 


14 4 


4 


Nicholas 


14 


0-2 


0-1 


1-2 


2-2 


4 2 2 1 


1 


Miller 


15 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


0-1 


10 11 


1 


Mardesich 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


110 





Holden 


12 


0-4 


0-2 


3-7 


1-1 


2 111 


3 


Wilcox 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


CO 


5 






Totals 



200 27-68 4-16 2i-)4 24-23 47 24 1) 11 9 6 81 



WakeForest(13-3,2-31 33 38 71 

Maryland (13-4,4-11 41 40 - 81 

FG% - Wake Forest 442,Maryland 397 3FC% - Wake Forest ,182, Maryland 250.FT% Wake 

forest ,793,Maryland 676 Technical Fouls - Hi(ks,Howard, Wake Forest bench, Maryland bench 

Offidals: Edward Corbert, Karl Hess, Larry Rose. A ■ 14,500 

Gm 18 -Maryland 75, NC State 61 

RALEIGH, N.C. — Terence Morris scored 20 points and Lonny Baxter added 18 
as No. 1 2 Maryland matched its best six-game Atlantic Coast Conference start with 
a 75-61 victory over North Carolina State. 

The Terrapins (14-4, 5-1 ACC) won without much help from leading scorer 
Juan Dixon, who injured his tailbone in practice the day prior to the game and 
didn't play in the second half. 

Dixon came in averaging 24.2 points in ACC play and had scored at least 19 
points in 1 1 straight games. He ended with just two free throws against the 
Wolfpack(9-7,l-4)in 11 minutes. 

But Moms and Baxter more than picked up the slack on offense, combining to go 
1 5-for-24 from the field, as Maryland won for the 1 3th rime in its last 1 4. 

The Terrapins were leading by four at halftime — the 18th straight time this 
season Maryland has led at the break — and finished off the Wolfpack midway 
through the period by scoring on seven straight possessions 

Maryland led 46-38 before getting four straight fast-break layups. two free 
throws by Morns, and then two more layups to go up by 1 5 with 9:33 left. 

The lead reached 21 five minutes later on a 3-pointer by Drew Nicholas as the 
Terrapins beat the Wolfpack for the 18lh time in the last 22 meetings. 



MARYLAND 75. NC STATE 61 










e 


Entertainment and 


Sports 


Arena - 


-Jan. 21, 2001 




z 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb F A 


T B S Pts 




Moulon 


1 2S 


2-8 


0-3 


4-6 


1-6 7 4 1 


10 8 


Morris 


f 33 


7-11 


3-4 


3-3 


3-7 10 2 4 


2 2 1 20 


Baxter 


c 26 


8-lJ 


04) 


2-2 


2-4 6 4 1 


2 18 


Dixon 


9 11 


0-2 


0-2 


2-2 


04 


12 


Blake 


9 31 


2-4 


0^1 


1-2 


0-2 2 3 4 


5 3 S 


MrCall 


2 


M 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 10 







Nitholas 


14 


11 


1-1 


il 


0-4 4 11 


3 5 


107 


Miller 


28 


3-7 


0-1 


1-3 


00 2 7 


7 




Cephas 


1 


O-O 


0^1 


0-0 


0-0 







Mantesich 


11 


3-4 


0-0 


00 


0-1 111 


116 




Holden 


13 


1-1 


0-0 


2-2 


02 2 2 


4 




Wilcox 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0^1 2 







Team 










SO 3 


1 


MABTLAMD 



200 2751 4 11 17-22 9-27 36 21 19 14 3 6 75 



If fPHOTI: Honh Carolina ipoiled a lO-game iempin win sneak on Ian. 10, but the Terps rallied to down Florida State. Wal<e Forest and NC State to match the best six-game ACC start fS- 1) in Maryland history. 




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EIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 



r^\ 



Wilkins 


f 37 


4-8 


Inge 


f 29 


1-6 


Williams 


c J 


0-1 


Grundy 


q 29 


6-17 


Crawford 


q il 


n 


Ttiornton 


J3 


4-8 


Sherrill 


20 


3-8 


Guidry 


2 


1-2 


Kelley 


9 


0-4 



1-3 2-i 5 3 1 



Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 

3 1 1 11 

5 113 

10 

4 1 3 16 

2 5 3 6 

3 13 2 18 
3 3 10 
10 3 
10 10 
10 4 



0-0 0-0 2-0 



1-5 1-2 1-2 3 



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



Totals 



200 22-64 7-21 10-16 19-18 37 21 10 16 410 61 



75 



Maryland (14-4,5-11 35 

NC State (9-7, 1-4) 31 30 - 61 

FG% - Maryland ,529, NC State .344. 3FG% - Maryland 364, NC State 333. Fr% - Maryland 

773, NC State 625 Technical Fouls - none.OfficialsiJohn Cahill, Edwin EdsallDoug Shows. A 

■17,428. 

Gm 19 -Duke 98, Maryland 96 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Second-ranked Duke overcame a 10-poinl deficit in 
the final 54 seconds of regulation and went on to a 98-96 overtime victory over No. 
8 Maryland. 

Duke {19-1,7-0 ACC) trailed 90-80 with a minute left in regulation, but that's 
w/hen Duke sophomore guard Jason Williams scored eight points — including two 
3-pointers — in a 13-second span to get the Blue Devils within 90-88 with 41 
seconds to play- 
Prior to his last-minute heroics, Williams had been limited to 13 points and 
1 turnovers by Maryland guard Steve Blake, who fouled out of the game v^fith 
1:51 left in regulation. 

Maryland (14-5,5-2) turned the ball over with 35 seconds left.Mike Dunleavy 
missed a 3-pointer for Duke, but Nate James grabbed the rebound, was fouled and 
made two free throws to tie the game for the first time since 26-26. 

Maryland had a final chance in regulation but Drew Nicholas' 3-point attempt 
from the corner bounced off the rim. 

Duke took the lead for good when Battier started a game-closing run with a 
3-pointer with 3:52 to play. Juan Dixon scored for Maryland 16 seconds later, but 
Battier restored the three-point lead with two free throws with 2:02 left, 

Tah) Holden made two free throws for Maryland with 1 :44 left, but Duke was 
then able to get five consecutive shots without the Terrapins getting possession 
before Battier was fouled with 16 seconds left and made one free throw. 

Maryland's chance to tie ended when Dixon drove to the basket and his 
shot with four seconds left was blocked by Battier. 

Duke got within 51 -45 with 3 1/2 minutes gone in the second half, but Mary- 
land went on a 7-2 run to stretch the lead to 58-47 with 13:16 to play, 

Duke, which led the nation with 1 0,6 3-pointers, was still within striking dis- 
tance when James hit a 3 with 7:49 left to make it 74-67, 

But Lonny Baxter scored down low, Morris dunked a rebound on the break 
and Danny Miller laid in a lob pass from Blake to give the Terrapins an 80-67 lead 
with 5:12 left. 



o 


DUKE 98, MARYLAND 96 (OT 










1 


Cole Field House— Jan. 27, 2001 








o 


Duke 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


o 
o 


8anier 


f 42 5-17 


3-11 


7-10 


4-3 7 4 1 


5 3 1 20 


Dunleavy 


f 36 6-12 


3-6 


3-4 


1-7 8 4 3 


2 18 


Boozer 


( 34 5-9 


0-0 


5-7 


3-6 9 3 


2 IS 


N 


James 


g 41 4-9 


2-5 


6-6 


4-1 5 2 


4 1 S 16 


• 


Williams 


g 42 7-16 


2-8 


9-13 


1-6 7 2 5 


10 2 25 


^ 


Bucknei 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 10 





g 


Duhon 


21 1-3 


0-1 


2-2 


1-1 2 3 1 


10 2 4 



J-0 0-0 0-0 



2 10 



Maryland 


Min 


FG 


Mouton 


f 32 


5-10 


Morris 


f 23 


6-10 


Baxter 


c 24 


3-7 


Dixon 


q 38 


6-14 


Blake 


q 29 


4-10 


Nicholas 


13 


2-3 


Miller 


26 


3-4 


Mardesich 


9 


2-3 


Holden 


23 


5-10 


Wilcox 


8 


0-1 



225 28-66 10-31 32-42 15-26 41 21 10 22 5 12 



3FG FT 0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 

1-2 2-2 6-6 12 4 4 1 13 
0-01 1-1 2-3 5 5 10 2 2 13 



0-0 1-2 1-4 5 4 



Totals 



3 6 S 3 17 



0-1 3-4 0-3 3 2 2 10 3 9 

0-0 0-0 0-0 3 10 4 

1-3 3-5 2-5 7 4 3 10 14 

0-0 0-0 0-0 10 



225 36-72 4-15 20-28 14-27 41 31 21 21 5 13 96 




Duke (19-1,7-01 37 53 8 - 98 

Maryland (14-5,5-2) 46 44 6 - 96 

FG% - Duke .424,Maryland -500.3FG% - Duke .323,Maryland ,267.FT% - Duke .762, Maryland 

714. Technical Fouls- none. Officials; Karl Hess, Gerald Boudreaux,Tim Higgins. A- 14,500. 



Gm 20 • Virginia 99, Maryland 78 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.— Keith Friel hit three 3-pointers during a 25-4 sec- 
ond-half run and the suddenly confident Virginia Cavaliers handed Maryland its 
second tough conference loss in a row, 99-78. 

The Cavaliers (15-4, 4-4 ACC), who also had a 24-2 run in the first half, saw 
Maryland (14-6, 5-3) draw to within 52-51 with 13;42 to play before blitzing the 
Terps behind Friel's deep shooting and some high flying acrobatics. 

"Vi'hen we got it to one, we didn't do a good job of running our offense," 
Maryland coach Gary Williams said,"That was our last chance." 

Adam Hall started the run with a driving score, and Friel followed by sinking 
a 3-pointer from just right of the key. After Travis V^fatson's wraparound layup gave 
the Cavaliers a 59-53 edge, Friel hit again. 

Hall then got into the act in a big way, stealing the ball at midcourt and driv- 
ing in for a ferocious dunk, then following a Cavaliers' miss by soaring, catching 
and almost dropping the ball into the hoop. 

That made it 66-54, and when Friel hit again, this time from the right wing 
with 9:10 left, the lead was 69-54 and it was all but finished. 

Virginia led 47-35 at halftime, the first time Maryland trailed at the half all 
season. The Cavaliers did it by outscoring the Terrapins 24-2 over a 5:15 stretch to 
erase a 24-20 deficit. 



FT 0-0 Reb F A IBS Pts 



4-6 3-12 15 2 2 1 1 14 

1-4 1-1 2 3 2 15 

3-4 2-1 3 4 2 10 11 

4-5 1-1 2 2 9 3 2 6 

0-0 1-0 10 10 

0-0 0-0 10 10 9 



VIRGINIA 99 


MARYLAND 78 


University Hall — Jan,31, 2001 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 3FG 


Mouton 


t 29 


4-8 1-1 


Morris 


f 29 


5-9 0-2 


Baxter 


t 22 


7-8 0-0 


Dixon 


q 32 


4-15 0-: 


Blake 


q 34 


1-7 0-1 


McCall 


2 


0-2 0-0 


Nicholas 


9 


3-3 3-3 


Miller 


21 


1-4 0-1 


Cephas 


2 


1-1 0-0 


Mardesich 


8 


1-1 0-0 


Holden 


10 


2-3 2-3 


Wilcox 


2 


0-0 0-0 



OD 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


3-J 


6 3 


2 12 


2-5 


7 3 1 


6 1 1 19 


4-9 


13 3 2 


1 2 3 10 


0-2 


2 4 7 


3 2 20 


1-3 


4 1 6 


1 1 19 


0-2 


2 4 


17 


0-0 


1 





0-0 








0-0 


1 


2 



0-2 1-0 1 2 
0-0 0-2 2 3 10 6 



200 29-61 6-14 14-23 13-22 35 20 14 17 2 4 78 



Min FG 3FG FT 

f 34 6-11 0-4 0-0 

f 32 6-9 2-3 5-5 

c 30 5-13 0-0 0-1 

g 31 6-11 1-2 7-8 

g 34 7-11 2-3 3-3 

23 5-11 S-8 2-3 

1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

2 0-0 0-0 0-0 
13 1-2 0-0 0-0 



Totals 200 36-68 10-20 17-20 13-25 38 20 16 11 4 8 99 

Maryland (14-6,5-3) 35 43 78 

Virginia (154,4^) 47 52 99 

FG%-Maryland.475,Virginia,529,3FG%-Maryland,429,Virginia S0O.FT%-Maryland609, 
Virginia .BSO.Technical Fouls - none.Officials: Rick Hartzell, Duke EdsalLlohn Clougherty A - 
8,392, 

Gm 21 • Maryland 69, Clemson V\ 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Terence Morris scored 18 points, including three 
straight baskets down the stretch, as No.9 Maryland snapped a two-game skid by 
pulling away to a 69-54 victory over Clemson. 

Lonny Baxter had 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Terps {15-6,6-3 ACC), 
who never trailed in beating Clemson for the seventh straight time. 

Clemson used a 13-3 run to close to 54-50 with 6:14 left. But after a Mary- 
land timeout, Morris made a layup, a 1 5-footer and follow-dunk to put the Terra- 
pins up by lOwith 3:40 left. 

Will Solomon scored 19 points for Clemson (10-12, 1-8), which lost its sixth 
straight. The Tigers shot a season-low 31 percent and committed 1 8 turnovers. 

After letting a 1 7-point lead dwindle to 11 , the Terrapins opened the second 
half with a 6-0 run that included a 3-pointer by Dixon, 

Clemson closed to 49-37 before Baxter missed two layups, got his own re- 
bound each time and put the ball back in on the third attempt to give Maryland a 
14-point cushion. 



MARVUND 69, CLEMSON 54 


Cole field House- Feb. 4, 2001 


Clemson 


Min FG 3FG 


Clifton 


f 13 2-6 2-5 


Hobbs 


f 15 0-3 0-0 


Henderson 


c 25 1-6 0-0 


Solomon 


g 35 5-14 3-7 



O-D Reb 

0-1 1 


A T 

2 2 


B S Pts 

1 6 


1-2 3 
3-4 7 


3 
1 




1 1 3 



6-6 0-2 2 2 4 



3-9 1-4 0-0 1-6 7 



15 7 



28 3-11 3-9 0-0 0-0 
12 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 



Nagys 


27 


3-7 


1-2 


0-0 


3-6 


9 3 





Bains 


7 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 








Team 










S-4 


9 


1 


Totals 


200 


18-59 


11-29 


7-8 


13-27 


40 20 


11 18 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F 




Mouton 


f 19 


0-2 


0-1 


0-1 


2-0 


2 2 




Morris 


f 31 


8-17 


2-5 


0-3 


3-6 


9 1 




Baxter 


c 27 


S-10 


0-0 


4-7 


4-9 


13 3 




Dixon 


g 31 


4-12 


1-6 


2-2 


4-7 


11 3 




Blake 


5 35 


4-9 


2-S 


2-2 


0-4 


4 1 




Ncholas 


IS 


2-3 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 







Miller 


21 


0-1 


0-1 


0-2 


1-0 


1 2 


3 


Mardesich 


10 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 2 





Holden 


2 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2-0 


2 





Wilcox 


9 


2-4 


0-0 


2-4 


2-2 


4 





Team 










0-0 







Totals 


200 


26-64 


7-21 


10-21 


18-29 


47 14 


18 13 



10 



2 14 
1 11 

3 12 



9 69 

Clemson (10-12, 1-8) 22 32 - 54 

Maryland (lS-6,6-3) 33 36 - 69 

FG% - Clemson 305, Maryland 406. 3FG% - Clemson .379, Maryland .333. Fr% - Clemson 

.87S,Maryland-476.Technical Fouls -none. Officials: Jim Burr, Mike Wood, Michael Kitts- A - 

14,500 

Gm 22 - Georgia Tech 72, Maryland 62 

ATLANTA — Tony Akins scored 28 points, including a critical 3-pointer with 
just over a minute remaining, and Georgia Tech beat No. 1 3 Maryland 72-62. 

The surprising Yellow Jackets [ 1 3-8,5-5 ACC] posted their third victory against 
a ranked opponent. 

The Terrapins (15-7,6-4) committed 16 turnovers, failing to take advantage 
of Georgia Tech losing the ball 20 times in a sloppy.erratic game that appeared to 
belong in November rather than February. 

Maryland,averaging 88.6 points per game,washeldtoits lowest total of the 
season. Juan Dixon had 18 points for the Terps, w/hovi/ere just lOof 27from the 
field in the second half and finished at 40 percent for the game, 

Akins hit the biggest shot of the night, which was only appropriate since the 
5*foot-l 1 point guard repeatedly countered Maryland's guickness by either pen- 
etrating the lane or hitting long jumpers from outside the arc. 

Aaually, Akins gave Maryland its final basket, throwing away a pass for one 
of his eight turnovers. Drew Nicholas took It the other way for a dunk that pulled 
the Terps to 64-62. 

With the shot clock winding down and Juan Dixon in his face, Akins had little 
choice but to launch a 3. It swished through with 1 :09 to go. Georgia Tech sealed 
the viaory at the foul line while Maryland failed to score another point. 



Maryland 


Min 


fG 


Mouton 


t 1/ 


M 


Morris 


f 34 


4-17 


Baxter 


c 20 


1-S 


Dixon 


q 37 


8-12 


Blake 


q 38 


2-S 


Nicholas 


15 


6-12 


Miller 


13 


1-1 


Mardesich 


11 


1-4 


Holden 
Wilcox 


14 

1 


1-2 
0-0 



0-D 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


3-10 


13 4 2 


6 4 9 


1-6 


7 5 1 


3 10 3 


1-1 


2 3 1 


1 1 18 


0-2 


2 2 6 


3 12 5 


1-1 


2 3 1 


S 2 15 


1-0 


1 2 


10 2 


0-1 


1 4 1 


10 2 2 


0-0 









200 25-62 722 5-8 13-26 39 25 15 23 6 9 62 



FG 3FC FT 00 Reb F A TBS Pts 



Babul 


f 20 


0-2 


Lewis 


f 22 


4-6 


Jones 


c 31 


2-5 


Akins 


q 35 


8-11 


Fein 


g 30 


3-7 


LaBarrie 


20 


2-8 


Vines 


9 


0-5 


Lane 


13 


1-4 


Brooks 


9 


1-2 


Isenhour 


11 


0-1 



3 2 2 10 2 



1-2 2-3 5 



1 



12 



0-0 7-13 2-9 11 

3-3 9-12 0-4 4 

2-5 0-0 0-2 2 

0-3 0-1 1-2 3 



0-0 0-0 0-0 



3 1 4 3 2 11 

4 8 1 28 
2 2 110 8 

1 1 10 4 
1 1 10 
112 3 
10 14 
1 10 



Totals 



200 21-51 9-20 21-32 10-25 35 12 13 20 4 5 72 



Maryland (15-7,6-41 40 22 - 62 

Georgia Tech (13-8,5-5) 34 38 - 72 

FG% - Maryland 403, Georgia Tech .412. 3FG% - Maryland .318, Georgia Tech .450. FT% - 

Maryland .625, GeorgiaTech.656-Technical Fouls -none.Offidals: Rick Hartzell, Bob Donate, 

Charlie Range. A -8,802, 



T[RPKOT£: k 98-96 overtime loss to Duke was the first of four classic battles with the Blue Devils in 2001, and the first of two games dubbed as "Instant Classics" by ESPN. 



rM>. 





CICHT COH5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



Gm Z3 • North Carolina 96, Maryland 82 

CHAPEL HILL, NX. — Top-ranked North Carolina got career highs of 27 points 
from Jason Capel and 18 from Julius Peppers as the Tar Heels broke open a close 
game in the second half en route to a 96-82 victory over Maryland, 

The Tar Heels (21 -2, 1 1 -0 ACCI won their 1 8th straight - the nation's longest 
streak and the program's best since starting 21-0 in 1985-86, 

Joseph Forte added 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists. North Carolina 
shot a season-high 58 percent, was 7-for-10 from 3-point range and 19-for-20 
from the foul line. 

Lonny Baxter led Maryland (15-8,6-5) with 1 9 points and eight rebounds. 

North Carolina led 56-53 with 14:50 left before going on a 10-3 run. Peppers 
hit an 8-footer, Capel had a fast-break dunk and backup guard Adam Boone made 
a shot in the lane just before the shot clock expired. 

Maryland closed within nine twice. 

TheTerrapins fell behind by eight early, but went on a 10-2 run and led most 
of the first half as the Tar Heels turned it over nme times. Capel and Peppers kept 
North Carolina close, combining for 25 points and six rebounds in the opening 20 
minutes as North Carolina shot 59 percent from the field. 



Lowery 


6 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





Wilson 


17 


t-4 


0-0 


4-6 


3-4 


7 2 


1 


1 6 


Cummings 


22 


2-7 


0-0 


i-6 


1-0 


1 


1 1 


4 7 


Mathews 


J2 


4-6 


0-0 


3-4 


3-1 


4 4 


1 


11 


Anderson 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 








team 










4-0 








Totals 


200 


24-S3 


3-12 


23-3S 


lS-23 


38 21 


13 17 


9 74 


Maryland 


Min 


fC 


3FG 


n 


0-D 


Reb F 


A T 


S Pts 


Morris 


f 28 


2-6 


0-2 


4-4 


0-5 


5 1 


1 2 


8 


Wilcox 


f 27 


6-7 


0-0 


1-2 


22 


4 1 


1 2 


t 13 


Baxter 


( 2! 


4-11 


0-0 


0-2 


33 


6 S 


1 


8 


Dixon,). 


g 32 


3-11 


1-4 


7-8 


23 


5 4 


4 6 


2 14 


Blake 


9 25 


3-6 


2-4 


0-0 


3-3 


6 5 


10 3 


1 8 


Mouton 


25 


5-7 


1-2 


0-2 


1-2 


) 4 


1 


11 


Nicholas 


18 


3-6 


0-1 


1-2 


1-1 


2 1 


2 2 


7 


Miller 


12 


1-4 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 





3 2 


Mardesictl 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





Holden 


7 


0-t 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





1 



Totals 



200 27-S9 4-15 13-20 14-20 34 23 18 18 7 8 71 



33 41 



NORTH CAROLINA 96. MARVUND 82 
Dean Smith Center — Feb. 10, 2001 
Maryland Min FG 3F0 



FT 0-0 Reb F A T B S Pts 



Mouton 
Morris 


f 9 
f 36 


1-3 
4-11 


Baxter 


c 29 


9-15 


Dixon 


q 27 


6-16 


Blake 


g 35 


4-9 


Nicholas 


23 


7-16 


Miller 


27 


2-5 


Mardesich 


11 


1-3 


Holden 


3 


0-1 



0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 
M 3-3 3-5 8 3 6 1 



2 
12 



3-8 0-0 0-6 



0-0 0-0 2-0 



8 1 19 

3 1 1 1 3 15 
6 3 5 2 3 11 

1 1 2 1 2 16 

4 14 10 5 

2 10 110 2 



200 34-79 7-25 7-10 14-21 3S IS 18 8 6 10 82 



No.Cafolma Min FG 3FG FT 0-0 Reb F A TBS Pts 



Capel 


f 35 


10-14 


Peppers 


f 26 


7-10 


Haywood 


c 32 


4-7 


Forte 


g 37 


7-15 


Curry 


g 29 


1-3 


Boone 


11 


1-2 


Lang 


IS 


2-5 


Morrison 


3 


0-0 


Owens 


11 


3-3 


Benticker 


1 


0-1 



0-0 9-9 1-6 



0-1 0-0 0-1 1 



0-0 0-0 0-0 



1 2 27 



6 4 2 23 

2 8 4 14 

1110 2 

10 4 

1110 10 

110 9 





Totals 



200 35-60 7-10 19-20 S-29 34 13 24 12 3 5 96 



Maryland (15-8,6-5) 42 40 - 82 

NorthCarolina(21-2,ll-0l 43 S3 - 96 

FC% - Maryland .4J0.North Carolina .583.3FO% - Maryland .280.Nortll Carolina .700. FI% - 
Maryland .700, North Carolina 950. Tectrnical Fouls - UNC bench, Maryland bench Offidals; 
Karl Hess, Duke EdsalLRayNatili A -21,750 

Gm 2ii - Florida State 7ii, Maryland 71 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Delvon Arrington scored 17 points and Florida State 
withstood a furious comeback bid by No. 17 Maryland for a stunning 74-71 vic- 
tory. 

The Seminoles had lost 10 straight to Maryland and began the game in last 
place in the Atlantic Coast Conference, but they never trailed after taking a 4-3 
lead. 

Florida State (7-1 7,2-9 ACC) led by 1 2 early in the second half, but Maryland 
had several chances to tie or take the lead in the closing minutes. After two foul 
shotsbythe5eminoles'AntwuanOixonmadeit74-71 with 16 seconds left, Mary- 
land (15-9,6-6) missed two 3-pointers before the buzzer sounded. 

Dixon scored MforFSUand Adrian Crawford had 11. Juan Dixon scored 14 
points for the Terrapins. Freshman forward Chris Wilcox, making his first college 
start, scored 1 3 points on 6-for-7 shooting. 

Antwuan Dixon opened the second half with a three-point play to put Florida 
State ahead 36-24. Wilcox then made three straight baskets,and minutes later his 
layup off a steal cut the margin to three points. 

Crawford responded with a three-point play to start an 1 1-4 spurt that made 
it 53-43 with 10:18 left. The lead dwindled to four before the Seminoles' Mike 
Mathews temporarily stalled the comeback with a dunk and a foul shot. 

Maryland's hopes dimmed when center Lonny Baxter fouled out with 5:22 
left and the Seminoles up 64-59. But the Terrapins scored Iheir next six points at 
the line to close to 66-65. 



Florida State (7-17, 2-9) 

Maryland (15-9,6-6) 24 47 71 

FG%- Florida State ,453, Maryland ,458. 3FG% ■ Florida State .2S0,Maryland .267. FT% - Florida 

Slate .657, Maryland .650, Technical fouls - none. Officials: Larry Rose, Steve Gordon, John 

Cahill, A -14,282. 

Gm 2S • Maryland 73, Wake forest 57 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C, — Happy or relieved? 

Juan Dixon wasn't sure how to answer as No. 17 Maryland ended its recent 
slide with a 73-57 viaory over No. 23 Wake Forest. "We haven't had this feeling in 
the locker room in a long time," said Dixon, who had 17 points and four steals in 
Maryland's most convincing victory since mid-January. 

Lonny Baxter scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as theTerrapins out- 
scored Wake Forest 40-20 inside. 

TheNo.23 Demon Deacons (17-8,6-7 ACC) had no answer for Baxter inside 
or Maryland's zone defense. The 6-foot-8, 250-pound Baxter was 9-for-15 from 
the field while Wake Forest shot a season-low 31,5 percent. 

Maryland (16-9, 7-6) had lost three straight and five of six, but avoided its 
worst losing streak since 1994, improving to 2-6 against ranked teams. Both wins 
came over the Deacons. 

Wake Forest started the second half with a 6-0 run to take its first lead of the 
game, but it was short-lived as Maryland made 10 of its first 14 shots, scoring on 
nine straight possessions to take control, 

Maryland went up by 12 midway through the second period as Steve Blake, 
who had taken just one shot prior, hit a 1 5-footer and a 3-pointer for a 57-45 lead. 

Wake Forest closed to nine with 8:07 left, but managed just seven points the 
rest of the way as Blake scored on a driving layup and Baxter made a pair of buckets 
as Maryland handed Wake Forest its sixth loss in eight games against ranked teams. 



MARVUND 73, WAKE FOREST 57 










Lawrence Joel Colls 


urn — 


Feb,17,2001 








Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F A T 


S Pts 


Mouton 


I 18 


2-4 


1-1 


2-2 


0-0 


4 


a 7 


Morris 


f 32 


2-7 


0-2 


2-2 


32 


S 3 3 2 


1 6 


Baxter 


c 32 


9-15 


0-0 


1-S 


3-11 


14 1 3 


19 


Dixon 


g 25 


7-14 


1-3 


2-2 


4-1 


5 4 3 3 


4 17 


Blake 


9 37 


4-7 


2-3 


0-0 


1-2 


3 14 3 


10 


Nicholas 


20 


0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 


13 2 2 





Miller 


4 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 





Mardesich 


8 


3-3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-4 


4 


D 6 


Holden 


9 


1-i 


1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 2 3 1 


2 


V»ilcox 


15 


1-1 


0-0 


4-4 


0-5 


5 12 1 


1 6 


Team 










i-1 


4 




Totals 


200 


29-59 


4-13 


11-13 


14-31 


45 19 17 IS 


6 73 


Wake Forest 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


n 


0-D 


Reb F A T 


S S Pts 


Howard 


f 36 


4-10 


0-3 


5-8 


3-3 


6 2 12 


2 13 


Songaila 


t 26 


3-8 


0-0 


3-5 


2-4 


6 4 3 


9 


Shoemaker 


c 30 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


3-4 


7 2 2 2 


2 2 2 


Murray 


9 7 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


10 





Dawson 


g 28 


3-10 


1-5 


2-2 


1-2 


3 1 


9 


Hicks 


25 


S-10 


3-7 


1-2 


0-1 


14 12 


1 14 


O'Kelley 


23 


1-8 


1-5 


2-2 


0-0 


10 


5 


Hamilton 


6 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








Scott 


9 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


0-1 


10 


2 


Vidaurrela 


15 


0-0 


0-0 


3-4 


2-2 


4 3 2 1 


i 


Team 










1-1 


2 





Totals 



200 1754 5-20 18-25 12 18 30 IS 8 11 S S 57 



FLORIDA STATE 74, MARVUND 71 










Cole Field House — Feb.14,2001 










Florida St, 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F A 


T 6 5 PB 


Joiner 


1 71 3-8 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


4 2 1 


5 116 


Dixon, A. 


( 26 4-7 


1-4 


5-6 


1-3 


4 3 1 


2 14 


Dixon, N. 


c 9 1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


0-1 


1 3 


2 


Crawford 


g 25 3-11 


1-5 


45 


1-3 


4 4 1 


.4 11 


Arlington 


g 34 6-8 


l-J 


4-6 


0-9 


9 I 8 


2 J i; 



Maryland (16-9. 7-61 iS i8 7i 

WakeForest(17.8,6-7l 32 25 - 57 

FG%. Maryland 492,WakeForesl,S15 3FG%-Maryland J08,Wake Forest 250 FT%- Mary- 
land .846, Wake Forest .720. Tedsnical Fouls ■ none. Offidals: Mike Wood, Frank Scagliotta, 
Bryan Kersey A- 13,800. 



• 200I FINAL FOUR 

GmZ6- Maryland 9S,NC State 66 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Juan Dixon was 1 l-of-12 from the field and matched 
his season-high with 30 pointsasNo.20 Maryland continued its homecourt domi- 
nation of North Carolina State with a 95-66 victory. 

Steve Blake scored a season-high 1 5 points and had nine assists for Maryland 
(17-9, 8-6), which took sole possession of third place in the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence, 

Byron Mouton and Lonny Baxter each had 12 points for the Terrapins, who 
clinched at least a .500 record in the ACC for the eighth straight season- 
Anthony Grundy had 15 points for NC State (12- 13, 4-9). Kenny Inge had 11 
points for the Wolfpack, who lost their 12th straight at Cole Field House. 

Dixon put on a shooting display during an 18-5 second-half mn that turned the 
game into a rout.The junior guard made three 3-pointers and an acrobatic layup that 
resulted in a three-point play as theTerrapins look a 76-45 lead with 9:30 remaining. 

Maryland made its first eight shots in taking an 18-6 lead in the opening 6 1 / 
2 minutes, Dixon made two fastbreak layups and hit a 3-pointer during an 1 1-2 
run that put the Terps in control. 

Maryland used a 1 9-6 run to take a 45-23 lead with 2:22 remaining.NC State 
scored seven of the last nine points to trail 47-30 at haiftime. 



MARVUND 95, NC STATE 66 












Cole Field House — 


Feb. 20, 2001 










NC State 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Wilkins 


f 24 


1-6 


0-1 


0-2 


6-1 


7 4 


10 2 


Inge 


f 2') 


4-8 


0-0 


3-6 


5-2 


7 2 


2 11 


Kelley 


c 19 


1-7 


0-0 


22 


1-2 


3 1 


10 14 


Guidry 


9 14 


3-5 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


10 18 


Crawford 


9 30 


3-7 


2-4 


0-0 


2-0 


2 1 1 


2 3 8 


Grundy 




4-12 


1-4 


6-6 


1-1 


2 2 1 


1 IS 


Thornton 




2-3 


0-0 


3-6 


1-9 


10 2 1 


2 10 7 


Miller 




1-4 


1-3 


0-0 


1-0 


1 1 2 


10 3 


Sherrill 




1-3 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 1 


2 


Williams 




0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 1 


10 


Melvin 


9 


3-7 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 1 


10 6 


Team 










0-1 






Totals 


200 


23-63 


6-20 


14-22 


20-18 


38 17 7 


2 1 6 66 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Moulon 


f 24 


4-8 


0-0 


4-4 


1-4 


S i 3 


12 


Morris 


f 24 


3-4 


0-0 


0-1 


2-2 


4 4 6 


3 2 2 6 


Baxter 


t 24 


5-9 


0-0 


2-4 


25 


7 1 


1 1 1 12 


Dixon 


g 22 


11-12 


4-5 


4-5 


0-2 


2 2 1 


1 2 SO 


Blake 


9 27 


5-9 


3-6 


2-2 


2-4 


6 9 


1 IS 


Badu 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





McCall 


4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-1 


O-O 





12 


Nicholas 


15 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


1-0 


1 3 


10 


Miller 


19 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 2 1 


2 12 


Cephas 


4 


2-2 


0-0 


0-1 


0-0 





4 


Mardesich 


12 


1-3 


0-0 


1-3 


1-2 


3 1 


10 3 


Holden 


9 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


! 2 1 


110 2 


Wilcox 


IS 


3-6 


0-0 


1-2 


l-I 


2 3 1 


7 



Totals 



200 37-63 7-15 14-23 13-24 37 18 26 9 5 8 95 



NC State (12-13,4-9) 30 36 - 66 

Maryland (17-9, 8-6) 47 48 - 95 

FG% - NC Stale .365,Maryland .S87.3FG% - NC State .300, Maryland .467. n% - NC State .636 

Maryland .609 Technical Fouls - none. Officials: Karl Hess, Rick Hartzell, Andre Pattillo A - 

14,500. 

Gm 27 - Maryland 68, Oklahoma 60 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Burdened by sore feet and three fouls. Juan Dixon 
reached haiftime without a point- 

Dixon tossed his new shoes aside, laced up his old sneakers and just like thai, 
Maryland's leading scorer reverted to form. 

Dixon scored 23 points in the second half as No,20 Maryland extended its home 
non-conference winning streak to 77 games by pulling away to a 68-60 viaory over 
No.l60klahoma. 

Maryland ( 1 8-9) led by 1 2 in the first half, then fell behind shortly after half- 
time before Dixon hit a pair of 3-pointers in a 14-3 run that put the Terrapins up 
45-36. With four minutes left, Dixon had 20 of Maryland's 33 second-half points 
and theTerrapins led 60-49. 

Kelley Newton scored 14 points and DaryanSeIvy added UfortheSooners 
(21-6).Oklahoma played without starting point guard J. R.Raymond. who was sus- 
pended for violating team policy and did not make the trip, 

Dixon went 7-for- 1 1 from the field in the second halfsinking four 3-pointers, 
after an O-for-3 first half 

"He Is as good asadvertised,"Sampson said. 

Lonny Baxter scored 16 for the Terrapins, whose non-conference run at home 
is the longest in the nation. The streak began in December 1989. 



< 

s 

109 



ItRPNOTt : 7l three-point home loss to Florida State left the Terps searching for answers, but three days later the Demons were exorcised Maryland beat Wake Forest on the road and became the hottest team in the country. 




l/t 




MARVLAND 68, OKLAHOMA 60 
Cole Field House — Feb. 24, 2001 
Oklahoma Min FC SFG 

f 26 J-7 1-1 
f 21 1-J 0-0 
g i7 4-11 0-0 
g 40 4-9 1-J 
g J4 S-11 4-8 
8 1-1 1-1 



McGhee 
Heywood 
Johnson 



FT 0-0 Reb F A 

i-4 0-5 5 5 



Newton 
Heskett 

Gilbert 
learn 
Totals 



B S Pts 

1 10 

2 

i 10 



Moulon 
Moms 


( JO 


1-6 


Baxter 


c 32 


7-9 


Dixon 


q !0 


7-14 


Blake 


q iJ 


0-4 


Nicholas 


11 


0-2 


Miller 


7 


1-2 


Mardesich 


8 


0-5 


Holden 


4 


0-0 


Wilcox 


11 


J-i 



24 6-8 0-0 0-2 M 4 4 1 
10 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 J 1 



200 24-51 7-13 5-9 H-22 33 24 11 16 6 60 



Min FG 3F0 FT 0-0 Reb F A TBS Pts 



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



0-2 1-2 0-0 



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



23 

15 3 3 2 

10 1 

10 2 



1 1 

2 1110 8 



Totals 



200 23-52 4-14 18-31 15-18 33 14 17 9 6 S 68 



Oklahoma 121-61 25 35 - 60 

Maryland (18-91 27 41 - 68 

FG%-Oklahoma ,471, Maryland 442 3FG%-0Wahoma 538,Maryland 286, FT%-Oklahoma 
,556, Maryland , 581 Technical Fouls none Officials: Mike Wood, Larry Rose, Robert Donato 
A- 14,500 

Gm 28 -Maryland 91, Duke 80 

DURHAM, N.C, — No, 16 Maryland lost a 10-point lead in The final minute a 
month earlier at home against Duke, but got revenge in Cameron Indoor Stadium 
by beating the No,2BlueDevils91-80. 

"I can't say enough about our chatacter/'Maryland coach Gary Williams said, 
"To go through what we did in College Park, to lose a game like we did and then 
come down here and get the win, that's really big," 

Juan Dixon wasthe offensive and defensive hero for the Terps (19-9, 9-6 ACC), 
scoring 28 points and getting five steals. 

"Dixon was literally sensational," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said, 

Lonny Baxter added 1 5 points and 10 rebounds, while Terence Morris had 1 3 
points and 1 2 rebounds as the Terrapins dominated the boards in winning at Duke 
for the second straight season, 

Shane Battier led Duke with 31 points in his last game in Cameron, getting 
19 in thefirst half, but watched Duke (25-4, 12-3) crumble in the second half, 

Duke led 60-51 with 15:20 left went more than eight minutes without a bas- 
ket as Maryland took over, 

Dixon's floater in the lane with six minutes left gave theTerraplns the lead for 
good at 70-69 and his steal and fastbreak layup on Duke's next trip down the floor 
seemed to take the wind out of the already tired and injured Blue Devils, 



F A T B S Pts 



4 1 1 15 



2 1 10 7 



200 33-67 5-12 20-29 18-31 49 21 15 14 4 10 91 



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



o 


The Terrapins, who shot 53 percent i 


nthes 


econc 


1 

o 
o 


line,making 


of 1 1 over 


the final 1:34, 






MARVLAN0 9 


, DUKE 80 










Cameron Indoor Stadium 


-Fob. 27, 2001 






o 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


OD 


Reb 


N 


Mouton 


( 28 


2-8 


0-0 


4-6 


3-4 


7 




Morris 


f 27 


4-11 


0-3 


5-6 


8-4 


12 


_i 


Baxter 




7-11 


0-0 


1-4 


3-7 


10 


< 


Dixon 


39 


11-20 


2-3 


4-4 


0-5 


S 


CQ 


Blake 


38 


38 


1-2 


4-4 


1-3 


4 


^ 


Nicholas 




0-2 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





CQ 


Miller 




3-4 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


Mardesich 




1-1 


O-O 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


Q 


Holden 




2-2 


1-1 


2-3 


1-1 


2 


z 


Wilcox 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 






o 


Dunleavy 


f 34 


3-8 


1 




c 23 


6-11 










o 


James 


q 35 


1-9 


t~) 


Williams 


q il 


S-16 


INJ 


Caldbeck 


1 


0-0 




Simpson 


1 


0-1 




Sanders 


4 


0-0 




Duhon 


30 


4-10 



8-19 6-14 9-9 2-4 6 5 2 2 



0-0 4-S 3-4 7 
0-5 2-2 3-0 3 



1-1 2 3 5 



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



0-0 0-0 1-3 



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



31 

2 1 4 10 6 
1 1 1 16 

3 14 5 4 
3 1 13 





4 10 
3 5 S 10 
10 




Totals 200 27-74 10-33 16-21 18-21 39 22 IS 13 4 11 80 

; Maryland (19-9,9-61 43 48 91 

'\ Duke(25-4,12-3I 50 30 80 

FG%-Maryland 4S7,Duke 365 3FG%- Maryland 417,Duke,303 FT%-Matyland 762,Duke 
690 Technical Fouls - none Officials: John Clouqhertylom Lopes, Ted Valentine A - 9,314 



Gm Z9 - Maryland 102, Virginia 67 

COLLEGE PARK, Mr). — Forget the 1 -3 start. Forget the mini-collapse that fol- 
lowed the loss to Duke, It's how you're playing going into tournament time that 
matters,and Maryland has rarely played better. 

Juan Dixon's 21 points led five players in double figures as No, 16 Maryland 
dismantled No,7Vitginta 102-67 to end the regular season with consecutive victo- 
ries over Top Ten teams. 

The 35-point victory, matching Maryland's biggest ever over Virginia, clinched 
third place in the ACC for the Terrapins (20-9, 10-6). 

The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Cavaliers (20-7,9-7).Vir- 
ginia, which beat the Terrapins by 2 1 points just five weeks earlier, hasn't won at 
Cole Field House since 1993. The 56-point swing in the two games lied the third 
largest in ACC history. 

Backup point guard Drew Nicholas had 16 points and a career-high 10 assists 
forthe Terrapins, while Danny Miller scored a season-high 14 points with six rebounds 
and six assists, 

Maryland shot 62 percent, including 72 percent In the second half 



MARVLANDIO:, VIRGINIA 67 
Cole Field House — March 3, 2001 
Virginia Min FG SFG 

Hall I 1» 1-7 0-3 

Williams f 28 6-13 2-3 
Watson c 27 2-9 00 

Hand g 28 3-11 2-5 

Mason g 37 6-11 0-2 

Oondon 6 0-0 0-0 

7 2-3 1-1 



friel 



Totals 

Maryland 

Cephas 
Morns 
Mardesich 



0-0 Reb F A TBS Pts 

2-3 5 2 3 2 

4-1 5 3 3 1 2 15 

1-4 5 4 12 115 

0-1 12 3 2 9 

2-2 4 2 2 2 2 2 16 

0-1 10 1 

0-0 3 7 

2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 
14 1-5 0-2 1-3 1-1 2 2 10 3 

3 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-0 2 10 2 
19 2-7 1-1 24 3-6 9 2 110 17 

i-1 4 

200 24-68 6-17 13-21 18-20 38 18 10 14 4 6 67 



Mouton 

Badu 

Mctall 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Baxter 

Holden 

Wilcox 

Team 

Totals 



Min FG 

f 5 1-1 

I 28 4 7 

c 6 02 

g 25 7-11 

g 16 1-2 

21 2-5 



SFG FT 0-D Reb F A T B S Pts 

1-1 0-0 0-2 2 110 3 

2-3 4-4 2-11 13 2 1 4 14 

0-0 0-0 0-1 12 10 

1-2 68 0-2 2 3 2 2 2 21 

0-1 0-0 1-0 14 4 2 12 

0-1 0-0 1-2 3 2 13 4 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-1 10 10 



2-2 0-0 0-2 2 10 



16 



6 1 1 14 



3-3 1-2 3 2 11 



200 38-61 8-13 18-23 8-30 38 18 27 10 7 7 102 



Virqinia(20-7,9-71 34 33 67 

Maryland (20-9, 10-61 47 55 - 102 

F6% - Virginia 353, Maryland 623 3FG% - Virginia ,353, Maryland 615. FT% - Virginia ,619, 

Maryland 783 Technical Fouls none.Officials; Rick Hartiell, Frank Scagliona, Kenny Sinon. 

A -14500 

mOURNAMENT 

ACC Tournament Quarterfinal 

Gm 30 - Maryland 71, Wake Forest S3 

ATLANTA — No, 11 Maryland picked a good time to get on its best roll of the 

The Terrapins won their sixth straight game with another dominating per- 
formance, routing No, 22 Wake Forest 71-53 in the quarterfinals of the Atlanta 
Coast Conference tournament, Maryland (21-9) defeated the fifth ranked team of 
its current streak, including Wake Forest (19-10) Iwice,The average margin in those 
victories:a scary 19,5 points, 

Lonny Baxter added 1 4 points fot theTerraplns, but it was the dirty work that 
powered this victory Maryland dominated the boards and limited the Demon Dea- 
cons to 32 percent ( 19-of-60) shooting in their lowest scoring game of the season. 

The Terps, leading only 3 1 -26 at the break, finished off the Deacons with an 
18-4 run to begin the second half, 

Maryland baffled the Wake defenders in the second half, hitting from inside 
and out. Steve Blake conneaed on back-to-back-3-pointers while Terence Morris and 
Baxter controlled the lane. 



MARYLAND 71, WAKE FOREST53 
Georgia Dome — March 9, 2001 
Wake Forest Min 



3FG FT 0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 



Howard 

Songaila 

Vidaurrela 

Hicks 

O'Kelley 

Hamilton 

Murray 

Scott 

Dawson 

Shoemaker 

Totals 



f 32 4-12 

f 18 2-6 

c 22 2-3 

g 11 1-3 

g 35 6-12 

11 0-2 

30 0-3 

20 3-13 

1 0-1 

20 1-5 



1-7 8 2 6 13 
1-1 2 10 10 



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



0-0 0-0 0-0 



3 2 10 10 







200 19-60 4-15 11-11 12-23 35 IS S 16 4 7 S3 



Maryland Min FG 3FG FT 0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 

2 7 

3 10 
14 
3 15 



Mouron 

Morns 

Baiter 

Dixon 

Blake 

McCall 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Cephas 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wilcox 

Team 

Totals 



0-0 2-4 4-7 11 1 2 



30 6-17 2-5 1-3 1-4 5 112 

28 3-7 3-5 0-0 1-1 2 19 4 9 

1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 110 

13 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 2 3 110 6 

20 0-4 02 0-0 3 3 12 10 



11 1-3 

15 1-2 
14 1-3 



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



0-2 2 10 2 
S-1 12 114 



200 29-6S 5-14 8-13 14-29 43 14 19 12 5 9 71 



WakeForest(19-101 26 27 - 53 

Maryland(21-91 31 40 - 71 

FG% - Wake Forest 317, Maryland 446, 3FG% - Wake forest 267,Maryland ,357 FT% - Wake 

Forest 1 000, Maryland 615 Technical Fouls - none Officials: Mike Wood, Frank Scagliona, 

Ray Natili A - 40,083 

ACC Tournament Semifinal 
Gm 31 -Dukes'!, Maryland 82 

ATLANTA — Duke's Nate James tipped in a missed runner from Jason Will- 
iams with 1 ,3 seconds left, and Shane Battier scored 20 points as the No. 3 Duke 
Blue Devils edged No, 1 1 Maryland 84-82 in the ACC tournament semifinals, 

Williams added 19 points.and James 14 as the Blue Devils snapped Maryland's 
six-game winning streak. 

None of James'pomts were bigger than his last bucket.He went up in a crowd 
and tipped in the winning shot after Steve Blake's 3-pointer had rallied the Terra- 
pins from a 14-point deficit to an 82-82 tie with 8,1 seconds left. 

A half-court shot by Juan Dixon at the final buzzer nearly went in, but it 
bounced off the rim. 

Third-seeded Maryland (21-10) made its seventh straight appearance in the 
ACC semifinals — the second-best run in league history — and rallied down the 
stretch behind some clutch outside shooting. 

After Blake's basket, Duke didn't call its final timeout, instead choosing to race 
down the floor with the ball in Willlams'hands, His running shot bounced off the rim, 
but the strategy worked in the end as James made the game-winning follow shot, 

Maryland took advantage in the opening minutes and shot 62 percent in the 
first half, but 12 turnovers cost the Terrapins their cushion. 

After Maryland took a 10-0 lead, the score was tied nine times in the final 
12;10ofthe first half 



DUKE84,MARVUND82 












Georgia Dome — March 10, 2001 










Maryland Min 


FG 


m 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Mouton 1 U 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


2 2 


10 2 


Morris 1 31 


4-12 


1-4 


3-4 


2-S 


7 2 3 


3 2 1 12 


Baxter c 33 


6-11 


0-0 


3-5 


2-10 


12 2 


4 4 1 IS 


Dixon g 36 


720 


3-9 


0-0 


2-5 


7 1 3 


2 2 17 


Blake q 34 


2-6 


12 


0-0 


1-7 


8 2 11 


6 15 


Nicholas 8 


3-4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


10 6 


Miller 18 


3-4 


11 


2-3 


2-1 


3 3 3 


2 9 


Mardesich 3 


1-1 


00 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


10 2 


Holden 7 


3-3 


1-1 


3-3 


0-0 


4 1 


1 10 


Wilcox 8 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


4 4 2 


4 


Team 








2-3 


5 




Totals 200 


32-66 


7-17 


11-15 


14-37 


51 21 23 20 7 S 82 


Duke Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


OD 


Reb F A 


T B S Pts 


Battier f 40 


7-20 


3-13 


3-5 


3-1 


4 1 1 


2 2 3 20 


Dunleavy f 31 


3-10 


2-4 


7-10 


2-4 


6 2 1 


1 1 15 


Sanders c 26 


3-S 


0-0 


1-7 


3-0 


3 4 1 


12 7 


Duhon g 32 


2-7 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


3 1 


10 5 4 


Williams g 32 


7-20 


5-9 


0-1 


1-4 


5 3 5 


1 4 19 


James 27 


4-12 


2-6 


4-4 


2-2 


4 1 


2 14 


Christensen 3 


0-0 


0-0 


3-4 


0-1 


1 


3 



9 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 



S 2 



Love 

Team 2-1 3 

Totals 200 27-75 12-33 18-31 1S-15 30 15 10 6 S 14 84 

Maryland (21-101 45 37-82 

Duke 128-41 42 42 - 84 

FG%-Maryland48S,Duke 360 3FG%-Maryland, 412, Duke. 364,fT%- Maryland ,733,Duke 
581 Technical Fouls none Officials: Mike Wood, Kad Hess, Reggie Cofer.A - 40,083 



ItRPNOTl: A win at Cameron over A/a 2-ranked Duke and a iS-point rout of No. 7 Virginia were the Terps' first back-to-back wins over Top 10 teams in their history. 



m 




EIGHT CONSeCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCN 



NGIATOURNAMENT 

NCM Weit Region first Round 

6m 32 • Maryland 83, George Mason 80 

BOISE, Idaho — Steve Blake hit a big 3-poinler with a minute to play and, 
morrents later, forced a turnover as third-seeded Maryland beat George Mason 
83-80 on in the first round of the NCAA West Regional. 

TheTerps had to hang on against the determined Patriots (18-12) and their 
star player, George Evans, who scored a game-high 11 points. 

Juan Dixon made two free throws with 4.9 seconds remaining,and Maryland 
finally breathed easy after Tremaine Price's 3-point try at the buzzer bounced off 
the rim. 

George Mason closed to 81-80 when Erik Herring completed a three-point 
play with 30.9 seconds remaining. Maryland provided another chance when Terence 
Morris missed two free throws with 28.4 seconds remaining. Up to that point, the 
Tecps had hit 22-ol-23 from the line. 

The 14th-seeded Patriots worked the ball around, with Price trying to get it 
to Evans. But Price's feed bounced untouched through Evans'legs and out of bounds, 
returning possession to Maryland with six seconds on the clock. Byron Mouton 
was fouled on the inbounds play and made his two shots. 

Dixon and Mouton scored 22 points each for Maryland. 



0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 




FINAL r O U It 



MAHVUND8J, GEORGE MASON 80 


Boise State Pavilion 


— March 15,2001 


Geo. Mason 


Min 


FO 


3FG FT 


Larranaga 


t M 


2-2 


0-0 4-8 


Herring 


f 38 


6-13 


2-5 5- 


Evans 


c 3J 


10-1S 


OO 7-1 


Price 


g 30 


2-9 


1-6 3-4 


Young 


9 32 


5-6 


0-0 2-4 


Helnen 


5 


0-0 


0-0 0-0 


Tynes 


I 


0-0 


0-0 0-0 


Sullivan 


4 


0-1 


0-1 O-O 


Anderson 


19 


23 


2-3 0-0 


Nixon 


i 


0-0 


0-0 0-0 


Cooper 


2 


0-0 


0-0 0-0 


Team 








Tonis 


200 


27-49 


5-15 21-3 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG FT 


Moulon 


f 25 


6-9 


1-1 9-9 


Morns 


f 28 


0-3 


0-1 4-6 


Baxter 


c 20 


1-4 


0-0 0-0 


Dixon 


g 36 


7-16 


1-5 7 


Blake 


g 33 


6-8 


1-2 0- 


Nicholas 


13 


1-5 


0-0 2- 


Millet 


12 


1-2 


0-1 0-0 


Mardesich 


4 


0-1 


0-0 O-O 


Holden 


16 


1-1 


0-0 2- 


Wilcox 


13 


3-S 


0-0 O-C 



% 




\ 


# 




s 


< 

c 




, 1 

Gary Williams 


3 


1 

Tenter of atteiuSBVterWie 1 


f 


lest Region champijnfm^^ 



0-2 2 3 6 3 



1 19 
27 

2 8 
1 2 2 1 12 
2 



MARYUNO 79, GEORGIA STATE 60 
Boise State Pavilion — March 17, 2001 
Ga. State Min FG 3FG FT 



Touls 



0-0 10 
0-0 10 10 



0-0 2 



0-D Reb F A TBS Pts 



2-3 5 2 11114 

3-3 6 4 3 2 

1-4 5 3 2 2 3 22 

0-1 1 3 6 3 1 13 

2-0 2 10 1118 







200 28-S4 3-10 24-27 10-18 28 26 TO IS 3 8 83 



Campbeil 
long 

Cooper 
Morris 
Mcintosh 
Gunsby 

Totals 



Maryland 

Mouton 

Morris 

Baxter 

Dixon 

Blake 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wilco« 

Team 

Total 



f 9 2-3 0-1 



4-6 4-3 7 3 



1-7 1-2 2-5 7 



A T B S I 

3 2 

13 13 

2 

2 2 2 



2-14 1-4 3-4 1-2 3 3 



0-0 2-3 4-3 7 4 



3 1 

1 

1 2 



l-l 2 3 10 



200 20-65 4-22 16-25 17-25 42 21 6 IS 2 10 60 



Min FG 

f 16 2-5 

f 33 5-11 

c 27 7-16 

g 35 5-10 

g 35 3-5 

13 1-3 

23 4-4 

8 2-3 

7 0-2 

3 2-3 



3FG FT 0-0 Reb F A TBS Pts 

1-3 0-0 0-0 4 2 15 

0-2 4-4 1-8 9 3 2 2 1 14 

0-0 5-11 4-10 14 3 1 19 

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

0-0 1-2 1-1 2 7 4 17 

0-2 0-0 0-0 10 2 

0-0 2-3 2-5 7 3 3 10 10 

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

0-1 0-0 0-1 10 10 

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



200 31-62 2-10 15-23 11-31 42 18 18 15 4 7 79 



George Mason (18-12) 36 44 

Maryland (22-10) 33 SO 

F0% - George Mason .551, Maryland .519, 3FG% - Geo 
George Mason 677, Maryland .889. Technical Fouls - 
natd Clinton, Hal Lusk A -10,824 



MARYLAND 76, GEORGETOWN 66 








Arrowhead Pond — 


March 22, 2001 






Georgetow 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F 


Riley 


f 18 


2-8 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


Sweetney 


f 27 


3-7 


0-0 


4-6 


7-4 


11 J 


Boumtje 


c 19 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2-1 




Hunter 


g 29 


4-12 


3-9 


0-0 


0-2 




Braswell 


g 37 


3-12 


3-9 


8-11 


1-5 




Faulkner 


1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




Perry 


19 


1-6 


1-5 


0-0 


2-0 




Samnick 


9 


1-2 


0-0 


2-2 


2-0 




Burton 


8 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




Scruggs 


19 


4-9 


0-3 


2-2 


33 




Wilson 


14 


1-3 


0-0 


2-2 


2-4 




Team 










2-1 




Totals 


200 


20-65 


8-30 


18-23 


21-20 


41 28 


Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3F0 


FT 


00 


Reb F 


Mouton 


f 22 


2-7 


0-1 


0-0 


3-4 




Morns 


f 20 


1-11 


0-0 


2-2 


4-2 




Baxter 


c 32 


9-14 


0-0 


8-13 


7-7 




Dixon 


g 34 


4-8 


1-4 


4-6 


1-4 




Blake 


g 31 


0-4 


0-3 


1-2 


1-1 




Nicholas 


14 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


0-0 




Miller 


20 


2-5 


0-1 


3-4 


2-1 




Mardesich 


8 


2-3 


0-0 


1-2 


1-2 




Holden 


14 


3-4 


0-0 


4-5 


1-4 




Wilcoi 


S 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 



e Mason .333, Maryland .300. FT% - 
jne. Officials: Tom Harrington, Ber- 



HCAA West Region Second Round 

Gm 33 - Maryland 79, Georgia State 60 

BOISE, Idaho — Lefty Driesell against the Terrapins proved to be a far more 
enticing matchup than Georgia State against Maryland.The much-hyped meeting 
wasn't much of a contest after all, as Maryland's size and depth overwhelmed un- 
dermanned Georgia State in a 79-60 win in the second round of the NCAA tourna- 
ment. 

Lonny Baxter had 19 points and 14 rebounds, and also keyed a 16-2 second- 
half run as the third-seeded Terrapins (23-10) advanced to the round of 16 in Ana- 
heim,Calif. 

Baxter and Terence Morris helped Maryland break open a close game early in 
the second half against 1 Ith-seeded Georgia State (29-5). 

Baxter started the run with a dunk off a nice feed from Morris to give the 
Terrapins a 49-47 lead. Morris scored six of his 14 points during the run. 

The Terps won for the eighth time in nine games and advanced to the Sweet 
16 for the fifth time in the last eight years 



Georgia Stale (29-5) 37 23 60 

Maryland (23-10) 41 38 - 79 

FG% - Georgia State .308, Maryland .500 3FG% - Georgia Slate 182, Maryland .200. FT% - 

Georgia State ,640, Maryland .652, Technical Fouls - none.Offidals:Tom Harrington,Ted Hillary, 

Art McDonaW.A- 11,250. 

NCAA West Region Semifinal 

Gm 3'i - Maryland 76, Georgetown 66 

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Lonny Baxter had 26 points and 14 rebounds, and Juan 
Dixon added 1 3 points for Maryland (24-10), which advanced to meet Stanford in 
the NCAA \A;est Regional final. 

After a basket by Lee Scruggs drew Georgetown within three points, a layup 
by Tahj Holden and two free throws by Baxter put thelerps ahead 63-56 with 5;T0 
remaining. 

A 3-pointer by Kevin Braswell drew the Hoyas within four points before a 
basket by Baxter and a fast-break layup by Danny Miller made it 67-59. George- 
town wasn't closet than five points after that. 

Braswell, who led the Hoyas (25-8) with 1 7 points — all but two in the sec- 
ond half — pointed to Maryland's 51-41 rebounding advantage as being a major 
difference in the game. 

The schools, located 15 miles apart on the East Coast, were playing for the 
first time since the 1993-94 season and just the second time in 21 years. 



Totals 



A T B S Pts 



112 

2 1 10 



7 16 7 6 66 



2 1 2 26 

1 2 2 3 13 
5 4 3 1 
3 4 
3 3 17 
10 5 



2 
2-3 5 
200 25-62 1-9 25-36 23-28 51 IS 16 IS 7 10 76 



Georgetown (25-8) 36 30 - 66 

Maryland (24-10) 38 38 76 

FG% - Georgelown .308,Maryland 403.3FG% - Georgetown .267,Maryland .1 1 1 FT^ -Geor- 
getown .783.Maiyiand. 694. Technical Fouls -noneOffidals: Scon ThornleyMaricReischling, 

lomfades A- 18.008 

NCAA West Region final 

Gm 35 - Maryland 87, Stanford 73 

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Six weeks after its season seemed to be coming apart, Mary- 
land used its speed and depth to upset top-seeded Stanford 87-73 and reach the 
Final Four for the first time. 

Drew Nicholas dribbled out the final seconds before heaving the ball high 
into the air. 

The Terrapins hit over 58 percent from the field, including 9-of-l 3 from 3- 
poini range. 

Baxter, a 6-foot-8, 260-pound junior, had his way inside against the taller 
Cardinal players and went ll-of-18 to win the region's MVP award, Juan Dixon 
added 17 points on 7-of- 10 shooting, including 2-of-3 from 3-point range. 

Over the years, the Terps have had their All-Americans. like Len Elmore, Len 
Bias, John Lucas, Steve Francis, Joe Smith and Buck Williams, None of them took , 
the team this far, 



111 



KKPHOTt: By George! In one seawn, Maryland played George Washington, Georgia Tech, George Mason, Georgia State and Georgetown. 




112 



EIGHT CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS 

NCAA final four - NCAA Semifinal 
Gm36- Duke 9S, Maryland Sii 

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Maryland's initial foray into the strange new world 
known as the Final Four ended with a loss to a familiar foe. 

Playing for the right to advance to the NCAA championship game, the Terra- 
pins bolted to a 22-point lead against ACC rival Duke. It didn't hold up. 

Getting only three points from Juan Dixon in the second half and forced to 
play for more than 1 2 minutes without foul-laden senior Terence Morris, the Terra- 
pins were sent home with a 95-84 defeat. 

Up 39-1 7 with just over 13 minutes elapsed, the Terrapins let the lead dwindle 
to 1 1 at halfttme. It was 46-38 before Dixon drilled a 3-pointer at the buzzer to cap 
his 16-point half. 

But the Terps' shooting guard was 1-for-8 in the second half, his only basket 
a B-pointer that gave Maryland a 69-62 lead with 10:35 left. 

Maryland [25-1 1 ) played Duke four times this season, losing three.The last, 
by far the most bitter,ended what was the finest season in the history of the Mary- 
land basketball program. 

Thrust back into the lineup with seven minutes left, Morris scored inside to 
put Maryland up 74-73. Duke answered with a basket, and Morris immediately 
challenged Shane Battier with a drive that resulted in another two points. 

It all unraveled after that for Maryland, which made only 12 of 35 shots in the 
second half while being outscored 57-35. 



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DUKE 95. MARYLAND 84 












Banier 


f 40 


6-12 


4-7 


9-11 


3-5 


8 3 2 2 4 2 


25 


HHHMetrodome- 


March 31, 2001 








Dunleavy 


f 24 


2-8 


0-2 


0-0 


2-1 


3 3 2 111 




Marylanij 


Min 


Ft; 


3Fli 


FT 


0-D 


Reb F A T 


S Pts 


Sanders 


c 14 


2-4 


0-0 


1-1 


3-2 


5 2 2 


5 


Mouton 


t 18 


4-6 


0-0 


12 


4-J 


7 2 11 


2 9 


Duhon 


g 33 


3-10 


1-5 


3-3 


2-0 


2 4 6 2 3 


10 


Morris 


f 20 


4-7 


1-1 


1-2 


4-4 


8 4 4 


10 


Williams 


g » 


7-19 


1-9 


8-12 


2-1 


3 4 4 10 2 


23 


Baxter 


c 25 


2-10 


0-0 


6-8 


4-6 


10 S 2 


10 


James 


30 


4-10 


1-4 


0-0 


6-3 


9 3 110 


9 


OiKon 


g J8 


6-17 


4-10 


3-3 


2-6 


8 2 4 


1 19 


Boozer 


25 


7-8 


0-0 


5-8 


1-3 


4 4 


19 


Blake 


9 Jl 


5-8 


2^ 


1-2 


1-3 


4 4 5 6 


13 


Buckner 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








Miller 




1-4 


0-3 


2-2 


1-0 


112 2 


4 


Team 










1-0 






Holden 




2-4 


0-0 


0-2 


31 


4 4 1 


4 


Totals 


200 


31-71 


7-27 


26-35 


20-1S 


35 23 15 7 7 8 


95 


Mardesith 




J-4 


0-0 


0-0 


3-2 


5 110 


1 6 


















Nicholas 




1-5 


0-0 


5-6 


2-1 


3 2 11 


7 


Marylaod (25-11) 






49 


35 


- 84 




Wilcoi 


6 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


10 


2 


Duke (34-4) 








38 


57 


- 95 




Team 










0-1 






FC%-Maryl3nd 439,0uke 437 3FG%-Macyland 389,Duke.259.FT%-Maryland.704,Dijke 


Totals 


200 


29-66 


7-18 


19-27 


24-27 


51 26 10 21 


4 84 


743 Tecbni 


olFoul 


-none 


Officials: David 


bbeyMarkReisthling, Ted Hillary 


»- 45,406 



Maryland made 32 of 55 shots while Stanford, which hit 57 percent from the 
field in its three previous tournament games, shot just 23-of-56 for a season-low 
41,1 percent. 

Reserve Tahj Holden added 14 points and Terence Morris had 11 points and 
10 rebounds for Maryland, whose substitutes outscored their Stanford counter- 
parts 22-8, 



MARYLAND 87, STANFORD 73 
Arrowhead Pond — March 24. 2001 
Maryland Min FG 3FC 

f 14 0-3 0-0 
f 22 5-8 1-2 
c 29 11-18 0-0 
g 35 7-10 2-3 



FT OD Reb 



Mouton 
Morris 
Baxter 



Blake 

Nicholas 

Miller 

Mardesich 

Holden 

Wilcox 

Team 

Totals 



3-5 3-3 4-4 01 



17 2-4 

26 1-1 

7 0-0 

20 3-6 

2 0-0 



0-0 0-0 0-1 1 



0-0 0-0 0-1 



200 32-55 9-13 14-21 5-28 33 2] 



°9 Stanford Min FG 3FG FT OD Reb 



Collins, Jar 

Mendez 

Collins, Jas, 

McDonald 

lacobsen 

Johnson 

Davis 

Barnes 

Giovacchini 

Totals 



0-0 3-3 2-0 2 
4-7 2-4 1-2 3 
0-1 6-8 0-5 5 



f 24 3-6 

I 36 6-11 

c 29 3-7 

g 34 4-11 

g 39 4-11 

23 3-6 

4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 10 



10 110 

2 1 11 

1 2 1 1 24 
3 2 3 17 
7 4 1 13 
3 6 
3 3 2 2 
2 
2 1 14 


18 17 4 8 87 



2 2 1 2 14 



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



110 1 



0-0 0-0 



200 2356 10-22 17-23 7-21 28 22 17 15 3 5 73 




Maryland (25-10) 42 45 - 87 

Stanford (31-3) 32 41 73 

FG% - Maryland ,582, Stanford 41 1 3FG% - Maryland 692, Stanford 455 FT% - Msivl.i 

667, Stanford ,739 Technical Fouls - none Officials: John Clougherty Kerry Silton , 

McDonald A -17,979 



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TERPNOTt Baxter scored 24 points on 1 1-of- 18 shooting as the Terrapins stormed past Stanford to reach their first Final Four. 





CIGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAHCNTS 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 



A((REVIEW 

A(( Standings 







ACC dames 












All Games 






Vs. 


Vs. 


Last 


Team 


W 


L Pet 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


Pet 


Hm 


Rd 


Neu 


AP 


USA 


10 


Duke 


13 


3 .813 


6-2 


7-1 


35 


4 


.897 


13-2 


8-1 


14-1 


13-4 


14-4 


10-0 


North Carolina 


13 


3 .813 


7 


1 


6 


2 


26 


7 


.788 


12-2 


8-3 


6-2 


6-4 


6-4 


5-5 


Maryland 


10 


6 .625 


5 


3 




3 


25 


11 


.694 


11-3 


6-4 


8-4 


8-8 


8-8 


8-2 


Virginia 


9 


7 .563 


7 


1 




6 


20 


9 


.690 


14-1 


5-6 


1-2 


6-4 


6-4 


5-5 


Wake Forest 


8 


8 .500 


5 


3 




5 


19 


11 


.633 


13-3 


6-6 


0-2 


2-8 


2-8 


4-6 


Georgia Tech 


8 


8 .500 


6 


2 




6 


17 


13 


.567 


11-3 


2-8 


4-2 


4-8 


4-8 


5-5 


NC State 


5 


11 .313 


4 


4 




7 


13 


16 


.448 


12-5 


1-7 


0-3 


1-11 


1-11 


3-7 


Florida State 


4 


12 .250 


2-6 




6 


9 


21 


.300 


6-10 


2-8 


1-3 


1-11 


1-11 


4-6 


Clemson 


2 


14 .125 


2-6 





8 


12 


19 


.388 


9-7 


1-9 


1-3 


1-11 


1-11 


1-9 



A(( Leaders 



Scoring 



## Player-Team 

1. Jason Williams-DU 

2. Joseph Forte-UNC 

3. Shane Battier-DU 

4. Will Solomon-CU 

5. Juan Dixon-MD 

6. Roger Mason Jr,-VA 

7. Lonny Baxter-MD 

8. Anthony Grundy-NCS 

9. TonyAkins-GT 
lO.ChnsWilliams-VA 
ll.JoshHoward-WF 
12. AlvinJones-GT 
IS.ShaunFein-GT 

14. Carlos Boozer-DU 

15. Darius Songaila-WF 

Rebounding 

## Player-Team 

1. AlvinJones-GT 

2. Travis Watson-VA 

3. Lonny Baxter-MD 

4. Terence Morris-MD SR 36 91 



CI 6 re 

SO 39 285 

SO 33 251 

SR 39 251 

JR 30 183 

JR 36 232 

SO 29 146 

JR 36 219 

JR 29 145 

JR 30 

JR 29 

SO 29 

SR 30 

SR 30 

SO 32 

JR 30 



FT 

139 
133 
152 
130 
128 
122 
122 



Pts Avg. 

841 21.6 

690 20.9 

778 19.9 

591 19,7 

654 18.2 

456 15,7 

561 15.6 

423 14.6 

436 14,5 

421 14,5 

393 13.6 

401 13.4 

399 13.3 

425 13.3 

396 13.2 



CI C OFF 

SR 30 73 

SO 29 100 

JR 36 101 



DEF TOT Avg. 

239 312 10,4 




3-Point Field Goals Made 



## Player-Team 

1. Jason Williams-DU 

2. Shane Battier-DU 

3. Will Solomon-CU 

4. TonyAkins-GT 



CI 6 3FC Avg. 

SO 39 132 3.38 

SR 39 124 3.18 

JR 30 95 3.17 

JR 30 78 2.60 



5. Tony Stockman-CU FR 31 75 2.42 



Assists 



## Player-Team 

1. Steve Blake-MD 

2. Jason Williams-DU 

3. Donald Hand-VA 

4. DelvonArrington-FSU 

5. Chris Duhon-DU 

6. TonyAkins-GT 

7. Ronald Curry-UNC 

8. Edward Scon-CU 

9. Clifford Crawford-NCS 

10. Joseph Forte-UNC 



CI G Assts Avg. 
SO 36 248 6.89 

SO 39 237 6.08 
174 6.00 
143 
174 
129 
119 
127 
102 
116 



SR 29 

5R 30 

FR 39 

JR 30 

SO 28 

SO 30 

SO 29 

SO 33 



164 264 
185 286 



9,1 



5. Josh Shoemaker WF SR 30 

6. Jason Capel-UNC JR 33 

7. Brendan Haywood-UNC SR 33 

8. Shane Battier-DU SR 39 

9. Kenny Inge-NCS SR 29 I 

10. Chris Williams-VA JR 29 i 

Field Goal Percentage 



59 



7.9 

186 277 7.7 

162 221 7,4 

62 180 242 7,3 

105 137 242 7,3 

94 191 285 7,3 

84 125 209 7.2 



Free Throw Percentage 



## Player-Team 


CI 


C 


re 


FOA 


Pet 


1. Carlos Boozer-DU 


SO 


32 


160 


265 


.604 


2. Lonny Baxter-MD 


JR 


36 


219 


387 


.566 


3. Chris Williams-VA 


JR 


29 


147 


292 


.503 


4. Travis Watson-VA 


SO 


29 


149 


300 


.497 


5. Juan Dixon-MD 


JR 


36 


232 


480 


.483 


6. Roger Mason Jr-VA 


SO 


29 


146 


307 


.476 


7. Jason Williams-DU 


SO 


39 


285 


603 


.473 


8. Shane Battier-DU 


SR 


39 


251 


533 


.471 


9. Joseph Forte-UNC 


SO 


33 


251 


558 


.450 


10. Anthony Grundy-NCS 


JR 


29 


145 


351 


.413 



## Player-Team 

1. Roger Mason Jr-VA 

2. Juan Dixon-MD 

3. Joseph Forte-UNC 

4. Darius Songaila-WF 

5. Donald Hand-VA 

6. NateJames-DU 

7. Shane Battier-DU 

8. Terence Morris-MD 

9. Will 5olomon-CU 

10. Anthony Grundy-NCS 



CI 6 FTM 

SO 29 122 

JR 36 128 

SO 33 133 

JR 30 

SR 29 

SR 39 

5R 39 

SR 36 

JR 30 

JR 29 



FTA Pet 

138 .884 
148 .865 
156 .853 
125 .816 

139 .813 
144 .799 
191 .796 
122 .795 
165 .788 
115 .765 



Assist/Turnover Ratio 

## Player-Team CI 6 Asst Avg Turn 

1. Ervin Murray-Wf JR 29 84 2.9 26 

2. Chns Duhon-DU FR 39 174 4,5 61 

3. Steve Blake-MD SO 36 248 6.9 111 

4. Jason Capel-UNC JR 33 111 3,4 54 

5. Danny Mlller-MD JR 36 77 2.1 38 



Avg Ratio 
0,9 3,23 
1,6 2,85 
3.1 2.23 
1.6 2,06 
1.1 2.03 



3-Point Field Goal Percentage 



Steals 

## Player-Team 

1. Juan Dixon-MD 

2. Anthony Grundy-NCS JR 29 

3. Shane Battier-DU 

4. Joseph Forte-UNC 

5. Jason Williams-DU 
Josh Howard-WF 



CI C Stii Avg. 

JR 36 95 2.64 

63 2.17 

82 2.10 

67 2.03 

78 2.00 



SR 39 
SO 33 
SO 39 



SO 29 58 2,00 



## Player-Team 

1, Keith Friel-VA 

2, Jason Williams-DU 

3, TonyAkins-GT 

4 Shane Battier-DU 
5. ShaunFein-GT 



CI 6 

SR 28 

SO 39 132 

JR 30 78 

SR 39 124 

SR 30 72 



3re 

62 



Blocked Shots 

If » Player-Team CI 6 BIks Avg. 

1. Brendan Haywood-UNC SR 33 120 3.64 

2. AlvinJones-GT SR 30 101 3.37 

3. Shane Battier-DU SR 39 88 2.26 

4. Terence Morris-MD SR 36 79 2.19 

5. MikeMalhews-FSU SO 28 44 1,57 



Itl 

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113 




T[RPKOT£: Maryland has finished in the ACCs upper half for eight consecutive seasons. 





EIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 • 200I FINAL FOUR 



A(( Team Statistics 



Scorinq Offense 








Field Goal Percentage 


3-PointField Goals Made 




Assists 








U Team 


6 


W-L 


Pti 


Avg. 


# Team 


6 


FG 


F6A 


Pet # 


Team 


G 


iFG 


Avg. 




# Team 


C Assists 


Avg. 


1, Duke 


39 


35-4 


3538 


90.7 


1. Maryland 


36 


1091 


2247 


.486 1 


Duke 


39 


400 


10.26 




1. Maryland 


36 


682 


18.94 


2. Maryland 


36 


25-11 


3067 


85.2 


2. Duke 


39 


1186 


2459 


.482 2 


Georgia Tech 


30 


260 


8.67 




2. Duke 


39 


686 


17.59 


3. Virginia 


29 


20-9 


2464 


85.0 




North Carolina 


33 


945 


1972 


.479 3 


Clemson 


31 


248 


8.00 




3. North Carolina 


33 


575 


17.42 


4. North Carolina 


33 


26-7 


2611 


79.1 




Wake Forest 


30 


838 


1815 


.462 4 


Virginia 


29 


204 


7.03 




4. Georgia Tech 


30 


488 


16.27 


5. Wake Forest 


30 


19-11 


2296 


76.5 




Virginia 


29 


852 


1872 


.455 5 


Wake Forest 


30 


177 


5.90 




5. Wake Forest 


30 


465 


15.50 


6. Georgia Tech 


30 


17-13 


2269 


75.6 




NC State 


29 


732 


1668 


.439 6 


NC State 


29 


170 


5.86 




6. Virginia 


29 


420 


14.48 


7. Clemson 


31 


12-19 


2298 


74.1 




Florida State 


30 


742 


1739 


.427 7 


North Carolina 


33 


189 


5.73 




7. Clemson 


31 


434 


14.00 


8. NC State 


29 


13-16 


2141 


73.8 




Georgia Tech 


30 


776 


1822 


.426 8 


Maryland 


36 


198 


5.50 




8. Florida State 


30 


390 


13,00 


9. Florida State 


30 


9-21 


2085 


69.5 




Clemson 


31 


797 


1879 


.424 9 


Florida State 


30 


148 


4.93 




9. NC State 


29 


371 


12.79 


Scoring Defense 








Free Throw Percentage 


Field Goal Percentage Defense 


Blocked Shot 


i 






# Team 


e 


Pts 


Avg. 




# Team 


6 


FTM 


FTA 


Pet * 


Team 


G 


FG 


FOA 


Pet 


# Team 


G Bloeks 


Avg. 


1. Wake Forest 


30 


1995 


66.5 




1. Virginia 


29 


556 


755 


.736 1 


North Carolina 


33 


859 


2196 


.391 


1. Maryland 


!6 


212 


5.89 


2. Duke 


39 


2750 


70.5 




2. Wake Forest 


30 


443 


609 


.727 2 


Maryland 


36 


857 


2125 


.403 


2. North Carolina 


33 


184 


5.58 


3, North Carolina 


33 


2341 


70.9 




3. Clemson 


31 


456 


650 


.702 3 


Georgia Tech 


30 


740 


1816 


.407 


3. Duke 


39 


189 


4.85 


4, NC State 


29 


2096 


72.3 




4. Maryland 


36 


603 


867 


.696 t 


Wake Forest 


30 


700 


1712 


.409 


4. Wake Forest 


30 


136 


4.53 


5. Maryland 


36 


2605 


72.4 




5. Duke 


39 


671 


967 


.694 5 


Duke 


39 


999 


2405 


.415 


Georgia Tech 


30 


136 


4.53 


6. Georgia Tech 


30 


2187 


72.9 




6. Georgia Tech 


30 


457 


662 


.690 6 


Clemson 


31 


853 


1945 


.439 


6. NC State 


29 


119 


4.10 


7. Virginia 


29 


2168 


74.8 




7. NC State 


79 


507 


753 


.673 ^ 


NC State 


29 


745 


1694 


.440 


7. Florida State 


30 


102 


3.40 


8. Florida State 


30 


2289 


76.3 




8. Florida State 


30 


453 


675 


.671 8 


Florida State 


30 


795 


1756 


.453 


8. Virginia 


29 


98 


3.38 


9. Clemson 


31 


2471 


79.7 




9. North Carolina 


33 


532 


794 


.670 5 


Virginia 


29 


784 


1685 


.465 


9. Clemson 


31 


69 


2.23 


Scoring Margin 








3-Point Field Goal Percentage Rebounding Margin 






Steals 








# Team 


C 


OFF 


DCFMargin 


# Team 


C 


FG 


FGA 


Pet * 


Team 6 


Reb 


Avg Opp AvgMarg 


# Team 


G Steals 


Avg. 


1. Duke 


39 


90.7 


70.5 


+20.2 


1. Duke 


39 


m 


1030 


.388 ' 


Virginia 29 


1131 


39.0 


968 33.4 


4-5.6 


1. Duke 


39 


403 


10.33 


2. Maryland 


36 


85.2 


72.4 


+12.8 


2. Maryland 


36 


198 


522 


.379 2 


Maryland 36 1427 


39.6 1264 35.1 -1^4.5 


2. Maryland 


6 


318 


8.83 


3. Virginia 


29 


85.0 


74.8 


-1-10.2 


3. Georgia Tech 


30 


260 


700 


.371 3 


N.Carolina 33 


1363 


41.3 


227 37.2 


+4.1 


3. NC State 


29 


234 


8.07 


4. Wake Forest 
5 5. North Carolina 


30 


76.5 


66.5 


-flO.O 


4. Virginia 


79 


704 


553 


.369 '' 


NC State 29 


1099 


37.9 


023 35.3 


+2.6 


4. Georgia Tech 


30 


238 


7.93 


33 


79.1 


70.9 


-t-8.2 


5. North Carolina 


33 


189 


519 


.364 5 


Duke 39 


1470 


37.7 


410 36.2 


+ 1.5 


5. Virginia 


29 


221 


7.62 


i 6. Georgia Tech 
41 7. NC State 


30 


75.6 


72.9 


4-2.7 


6. NC State 


79 


170 


469 


.362 6 


Florida State 30 1097 


36.6 


061 35.4 


+ 1.2 


6. North Carolina 


33 


244 


7.39 


29 


73.8 


72.3 


-H.6 


7. Clemson 


31 


748 


697 


.358 ' 


Wake Forest 30 


1104 


36.8 


073 35.8 


+1.0 


7. Wake Forest 


30 


219 


7.30 


iC 8. Clemson 


31 


74.1 


79.7 


•5.6 


8. Wake Forest 


30 


177 


494 


.358 8 


Clemson 31 


1185 


38.2 


207 38.9 


-0.7 


8. Florida State 


30 


186 


6.20 


Z 9, Florida State 




30 


69.5 


76.3 


-6.8 


9. Florida State 


30 


148 


464 


.319 5 


Georgia Tech 30 1125 


37.5 1199 40.0 


-2.5 


9. Clemson 


31 


187 


6.03 



A(( Honors 



AII-ACC First Team 

Shane Battier, Sr., Duke (74) "222 

Joseph Forte, So., North Carolina (74) *222 

Jason Williams, So., Duke (74) *222 

Juan Dixon, Jr., Maryland (55) 195 

Alvin Jones, Sr., Georgia Tech (30) 155 

S AII-ACC Second Team 

en 

£ Will Solomon, Jr., Clemson (19) ; 150 

^ Brendan Haywood, St., No. Carolina (14) 134 

ca Lonny Baxter, Jr., Maryland (2) 114 

g JoshHoward,So.,WakeForest(8) 105 

2 Travis Watson, So., Virginia (7) 102 

I AII-ACC Third Team 

g Chris Williams, Jr.,Virginia (4) 91 

RogerMason,Jr.,So., Virginia (3) 70 

O Terence Morris, Sr., Maryland (3) 62 

O Jason Capel.Jr., North Carolina (0) 57 

"^ Nate James, Sr, Duke (0) 49 

ll'> AII-ACC Honorable Mention 

Tony Akins, Jr., Georgia Tech(46), Donald Hand, Sr.Vir- 
ginia (40),Darius Songaila,Jr.,WF (34),Mike Dunleavy, 
So., Duke (34), Steve Blake, So., Maryland (30), 

Carlos Boozer, So., Duke (24), Anthony Grundy, Jr., NC 
State (14),ShaunFein,Sr., Georgia Tech (11). 



2001 AII-ACC Freshman Team 2001 ACC Player of the Year 




Chris Duhon,Duke 69 

Tony Stockman, Clemson 68 

Michael Joiner, Florida State 61 

Chris Hobbs, Clemson 50 

Marvin Lewis, Georgia Tech 43 

HonoraWeMenf/on.-Halston Lane, GaT (33), Chris 
Wilcox, Md. (14). 

2001 AII-ACC Defensive Team 

Shane Battier, Sr., Duke 69 

Alvin Jones, Sr, Georgia Tech 61 

Juan Dixon, Jr., Maryland 47 

Brendan Haywood, Sr., North Carolina 46 

Adam Hall, Jr., Virginia 27 

//onoraWeMent/on.-Nate James, Sr.,Duke(15),Josh 
Howard, So., Wake Forest ( 1 3), Joseph Forte, So., North 
Carolina (12), Anthony Grundy,Sr.,NC State (10) 

2001 ACC Coach of the Year 

Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech 41 

Matt Doherty, North Carolina 26 

Pete Gillen, Virginia 5 



Shane Battier, Sr„ Duke 32 

Joseph forte. So., North Carolina 32 

Jason Williams, So., Duke 8 

2001 ACC Freshman of the Year 

Chris Duhon, Duke 52 

Tony Stockman,Clemson 8 

Michael Joiner, Florida State 6 

Halston Lane, Georgia Tech 2 

Chris Wilcox, Maryland 1 

Chris Hobbs, Clemson 1 

Marvin Lewis, Georgia Tech 1 



Players of the Week 



N20 Shane Battier, Duke 

N27 Carlos Boozer, Duke 

D4 Jason Williams, Duke 

Dll Brendan Haywood, UNC 

D18 Jason Capel, UNC 

D25 Lonny Baxter, Md. 

Joseph forte, UNC 

Jl Joseph Forte, UNC 

J8 Nate James, Duke 

J15 ShaunFein,GaT 

J22 Shane Battier, Duke 



J29 Joseph Forte, UNC 

Alvin Jones,GaT 
F6 Joseph Forte, UNC 
F13 Tony Akins, GaT 
f20 Roger Mason,Jr,UVa 
F27 Juan Dixon, Md. 
M5 Juan Dixon, Md. 

Shane Battier, Duke 

Rookies of the Week 

N20 Chris Duhon, Duke 

Maurice Young, UVa 
N27 Marvin Lewis, GaT 
D4 Marvin Lewis,GaT 
D11 Halston Lane, GaT 
D18 Tony Stockman, Clem 
D25 Marvin Lewis, GaT 
Jl Maurice Young, UVa 
J8 Michael Joiner, F5U 
J15 Halston Lane, GaT 
J22 Michael Joiner, FSU 
J29 Marvin Lewis, GaT 
F6 TreyGuidry,NCS 

J.C.Mathis.UVa 
f13 Halston Lane, GaT 
f20 Chris Duhon, Duke 
f27 Chris Duhon, Duke 

Chris Duhon, Duke 




M5 



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HRPNOTt: Maryland boasts a string of seven straight seasons with at least one win in the ACC Tournament matching North Carolina with the second longest semifinal streak in ACC history. 




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CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAMCNT5 



2001 FINAL FOUR 



mmmwms 




Overall 
Win Loss 



Final 
Rank 



Conference 
Win Loss Pet. Finish 



Conference Tournament 
Win Loss Pet. Finish 



1904-05 





2 


000 






















1910-11 


3 


9 


250 






















1913-14 





16 


000 






















1918-19 


1 


5 


167 






















1923-24 


5 


7 


417 




1 




.333 


nth 


1 1 


500 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1924-25 


12 


5 


706 




3 




.750 


4th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1925-26 


14 


3 


824 




7 




.875 


4th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1926-27 


10 


10 


500 




6 




.600 


9th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1927-28 


14 


4 


778 




8 




.889 


4th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 




1928-29 


7 


9 


438 




2 




.286 


21st 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1929-30 


16 


6 


727 




9 




.643 


10th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


^IH 


1930-31 


18 


4 


818 




8 




.889 


2nd 


2 1 


000 


Champions 


H. Burton Shipley 


^^m 


1931-32 


16 


4 


800 




9 




.900 


Tlst 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1932-33 


11 


9 


550 




7 




.700 


3rd 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1933-34 


11 


8 


579 




6 




.857 


3rd 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


mmd 


1934-35 


8 


10 


444 




4 




.571 


5th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 




1935-36 


14 


6 


700 




4 




.571 


4th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1936-37 


8 


12 


400 




5 




.385 


TlOth 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1937-38 


15 


9 


625 




6 




.600 


7th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1938-39 


15 


9 


625 




8 




.727 


T2nd 


2 1 


667 


Finals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1939-40 


14 


9 


609 




7 




.583 


5th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


rns^ 


1940-41 


1 


21 


045 







13 


.000 


15th 


DNP 






H, Burton Shipley 




1941-42 


7 


15 


318 




3 




.273 


T12th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 




1942-43 


8 


8 


500 




5 




.500 


9th 


DNP 






H. Burton Shipley 


< 


1943-44 


4 


14 


222 




2 




.667 


4th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


, 


1944-45 


2 


14 


125 




2 




.286 


9th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1945-46 


9 


12 


429 




5 




.556 


5th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1946-47 


14 


10 


583 




9 




.643 


5th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1947-48 


11 


14 


444 




9 




.563 


4th 


1 


000 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1948-49 


9 


18 


333 




8 




.533 


8th 


1 


000 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 




1949-50 


7 


18 


280 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNP 






Flucie Stewart 




1950-51 


16 


11 


593 




11 




.579 


8th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Flucie Stewart 




1951-52 


13 


9 


542 




9 




.643 


T6th 


1 


000 


First Round 


BudMillikan 




1952-53 


15 


8 


652 




12 




.800 


T2nd 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


BudMillikan 


JH^H^^^HjP 


1953-54 


23 


7 


767 


[20] [NR] 


7 




.778 


2nd 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


'llljjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjUIIJI 


1954-55 


17 


7 


708 




10 




.714 


3rd 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 




1955-56 


14 


10 


583 




7 




.500 


5th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 




1956-57 


16 


10 


615 




9 




.643 


2nd 


1 1 


500 


Semifnals 


Bud Millikan 




1957-58 


22 


7 


759 


[61161 


9 




.643 


4th 


3 1 


000 


Champions 


Bud Millikan 


NCAA Elite Eight (2-1) 


1958-59 


10 


13 


435 




7 




.500 


T3rd 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 




1959-60 


15 


8 


652 




9 




.643 


3rd 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 


1^^^ 


1960-61 


14 


12 


538 




6 




.750 


5th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


^IH 


1961-62 


8 


17 


320 




3 


11 


.214 


7th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 


^hI 


1962-63 


8 


13 


381 




4 


10 


.286 


T6th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 


9ral 


1963-64 


9 


17 


346 




5 




.357 


6th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


^H 


1964-65 


18 


8 


692 




10 




.714 


T2nd 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


BudMillikan 




1965-66 


14 


11 


560 




7 




.500 


5th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 




1966-67 


11 


14 


440 




5 




.357 


T5th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


BudMillikan 




1967-68 


8 


16 


333 




4 


10 


.286 


6th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


frank Fellows 




1968-69 


8 


18 


308 




2 


12 


.143 


T7th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1969-70 


13 


13 


500 




5 




.357 


6th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


mm 


1970-71 


14 


12 


538 




5 




.357 


T6th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


*■! 


1971-72 


27 


5 


844 


[141 [111 


8 




.667 


T2nd 


2 1 


667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NIT Champions (4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


767 


[81 1101 


7 




.583 


3rd 


2 1 


667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eight (1-1) 


1973-74 


23 


5 


821 


[4114] 


9 




.750 


T2nd 


2 1 


667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 




1974-75 


24 


5 


828 


[51151 


10 




.833 


1st 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eight (2-1) 


1975-76 


22 


6 


786 


11111131 


7 




.583 


T2nd 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1976-77 


19 


8 


704 




7 




.583 


4th 


1 


000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1977-78 


15 


13 


536 




3 


9 


.250 


6th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1978-79 


19 


11 


633 




6 


6 


.500 


4th 


1 1 


500 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NITSecond Round (1-1) 



KRPMOTt: In 79 consecutive years of varsity basl<etball,just seven coaches have guided Terrapin fortunes. 




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CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAHCNTS 



200I fINAL FOUR 





Overall 




Final 


Conference 






Conference Tournament 






Year 


Win 


Loss 


Pet. 


Rank 


Win 


loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Win Loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1979-80 


24 


/ 


.774 


[8118] 


11 


3 


.786 


1st 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16(1-1) 


1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


11811111 


8 


6 


.571 


4tll 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Second Round(l-l) 


1981-82 


16 


13 


.551 




5 


9 


.357 


5th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NllSecond Round (2-1) 


1982-83 


20 


10 


.667 




8 


6 


.571 


13rd 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


imiioi 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


3 


1.000 


Champions 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 (1-1) 


1984-85 


25 


12 


.676 




8 


6 


.5/1 


14th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfnals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1985-86 


19 


14 


.576 




6 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


1986-87 


9 


17 


.346 







14 


.000 


8th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Bob Wade 




1987-88 


18 


13 


.581 






8 


.429 


5th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 


NCAA Second Round(l-l) 


1988-89 


9 


20 


.310 






13 


.071 


8th 


1 1 


.500 


Sei 'finals 


Bob Wade 




1989-90 


19 


14 


.576 




■■sser 


-"gr "^• 


.429 


T5th 


1 


.000 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NITSecond Round (1-1) 


1990-91 


16 


12 


.571 






9 


.357 


7th 


DNP 






Gary Williams 




1991-92 


14 


15 


.483 






11 


.313 


8th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 




1992-93 


12 


16 


.429 






14 


.125 


T4th 


1 1 


,500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 




1993-94 


18 


12 


.600 


1NR11201 




8 


.500 


T4th 


1 


,000 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


1101 ill] 


12 


4 


.750 


list 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1995-96 


17 


13 


.567 






8 


.500 


T4th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


1221 [NRl 




7 


.562 


T4th 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


21 


11 


.656 


[2011151 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


[51181 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


[1711251 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


2 1 


.667 


Finals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.694 


[111141 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


.500 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Final Four (4-1) 


11 /U indicates final rankings ii 


AP and Coaches Polls 





















(OAOIINGIIISTORY MiENAHISTORY 



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H.BURIONSHIPLEY fLU[|[STEWART 

mim to mb-m mi-ks to i9ir9-so 

iiseisons } season f 

Overall:243-199(.550) Overall: 27-48 (.360) 

So. Conf.: 124-91 (.577) So.Conf.: 22-27 (.468) 




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^MILLIKAN 

I9SO-3I to 1966-67 
IJseisons 

Overall: 243-182 (.572) 
SC/ACC: 130-109 (.544) 



FliANKFELLOWS 

1967-68 to 1968-69 
2 seasons 

Overall: 16-34 (.320) 
ACC: 6-22 (.214) 







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lUtGYMNASIUM 

1923-2'f to 1930-31 

All-Time Record: 61-21(8) 

H, Burton Shipley (61-21 in 8 seasons) 




RIK»l[(OLISEUM 

1931-32 to I95'.-55 

All-Time Record: 169-90 (24) 

H, Burton Shipley ( 1 1 1 -65 in 1 6 seasons) 
Flucie Stewart (16-15 in 3 seasons) 
Bud Millikan (42-10 in 5 seasons) 



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GARYWILLIAMS 

DRIESELL 1986-87 to 1988-89 1989-90 to present 

1969-70 to 198S-86 } seasons Ii seasons 

17 seasons Overall: 36-50 (,419) Overall: 242-139 (.635) 

Overall: 348-159 (.686) ACC: 7-35 (.167) ACC: 99-89 (.527) 
ACC: 122-100 (.550) 




[0[[FIELD MOUSE 

1955-56 to 2001-02 

All-Time Record: 471-151 (46) 

Bud Millikan (86-42 in 12 seasons) 
Frank Fellows (1 1-9 in 2 seasons) 
Chades "Lefty" Driesell (2 1 3-44 in 1 7 seasons) 
Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 
Gary Williams (140-35 in 12 seasons) 



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TtRf MOTt: Maryland has posted a winning record at each of its three basketball venues. 




POLLHISTORY 



118 



Maryland's History In The AP Poll 

The Associated Press (AP) has maintained its poll consistently since the 1948-49 season. The poll consisted of just 10 

teams between the 1 960-61 and 1 967-68 seasons, and was expanded to include 25 teams in 1 989-90. 

Poll Debut— Jan. 19, 1954 (No. 14) 

Total Polls Ail-Time— 283 

Most Consecutive Polls— 79 (Feb. 15, 1972 to Jan. 18, 1977) 

Current Consecutive Polls — 36 

Total Years In The AP Poll— 25 

MostConsecutiveVears— 10 (1971-72 to 1980-81) 

Current Consecutive Vears — 8 

Total Appearances In AP Final Poll — 16 

Total Top 10 Rankings In AP Final Poll~7 

Highest Ranking In AP final Poll— No 4 (1974) 

Total Polls In APTop 10— 147 

Most Consecutive Polls In APTop 10—68 (PS72 to Match 2, 1976) 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10 — 

Total Polls In APTop 5— 77 

Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5—18 (Feb. 4, 1975 to Jan. 20, 1976) 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5 — 

Total Top 10 Listings— #10 #9 #8 #7 #6 #5 



Maryland In Final AP 


Poll Rankings 


1954 20 


1981 18 


1958 6 


1984 11 


1972 14 


1995 10 


1973 8 


1997 22 


1974 4 


1998 20 


1975 5 


1999 5 


1976 11 


2000 17 


1980 8 


2001 11 



13 



16 17 



15 27 



21 



11 



18 



Maryland Week-By-Week In All-Tlme Associated Press Polls 




194849! 


019525 


-Not Ranked- 






























1953-S4 


D8 


D15 


022 


029 


JS 


J12 


J19 

14 


J26 

13 


F2 

13 


F9 

11 


H6 

11 


F23 

11 


M2 

17 


14 


M23 

20 








19S4-55 


07 


D14 


021 


028 


J4 


Jll 

11 


J18 

6 


J25 

8 


Fl 

12 


F8 


F15 

11 


F22 

17 


Ml 

18 


M8 










1955-56101956-5 


-NotRanked- 






























1957-58 


010 


017 

6 


024 

6 


031 

7 


17 


J14 

8 


J21 

6 


128 

9 


F4 

8 


Fll 

9 


F18 

14 


F25 

17 


M4 

17 


Mil 

6 










1 95859 1 


1959-61 


-Not Ranked- 






























1960-61 


013 

12 
1970-71 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


131 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 












1961-62 1 


-Not Ranked- 






























1971-72 


PS 

6 


07 

S 


014 

15 


021 

IS 


028 

16 


14 

12 


lit 


118 


J25 

IS 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 

12 


F29 

18 


M7 

n 


M14 

14 






1972-73 


PS 


05 


012 


019 


026 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J23 


J30 


F6 


F13 

10 
F12 


F20 


F27 


M6 

10 
MS 


M13 






1973-74 


PS 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


J2 


)8 


J15 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F19 


F26 


M12 M19 M27 


1974-75 


PS 


03 


010 


017 


024 


031 


17 


J14 


J21 


i28 


F4 


Fll 


F18 


F2S 


M4 


Mil 


M18 M25 A2 


1975-76 


PS 

! 


02 

2 


09 

2 


016 

2 


023 

2 


030 

2 


16 

2 


J13 

2 


J20 

2 


)27 

7 


F3 

5 


FIO 

4 


F17 

7 


F24 

10 


M2 

9 


M9 

12 


Mie 

11 




1976-77 


PS 

8 


N3a 

16 


07 

17 


014 

14 


021 

ts 


028 

16 


J4 

15 


ill 
14 


J18 

13 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


M8 


M15 




1977-78 


PS 


N29 

14 


06 

12 


013 

18 


020 

20 


027 

14 


J3 

IS 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


Me 


M13 




1978-79 


PS 


N28 

19 


05 

19 


012 


019 


026 


)3 

20 


19 


J16 

19 


J23 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 




1979-80 


PS 


D4 


Oil 


018 


026 


J2 


J8 


J15 


J22 
15 
J20 


J29 

12 
J27 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 








1980-81 


PS 


02 


09 


016 


023 


030 


16 


J13 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M10 








4 


4 


4 


9 


9 


9 


8 


10 


10 


14 


U 


19 


20 


17 


20 


18 






1981 -82 1 


1982-8 


-Not Ranked- 






























1983-84 


PS 

8 


N29 

6 


06 

11 


013 

9 


020 

8 


027 

6 


13 

S 


JIO 

s 


J17 

7 


J24 

S 


J31 

10 


F7 

13 


F14 


F21 


F28 

19 


Me 

14 


M13 




1984-85 


PS 


N27 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


11 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 

17 


F5 

20 


F12 

20 


F19 


F26 


MS 


M12 




1985-86 


PS 
1992-9 


N26 

-N 


03 


DIO 


017 


024 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


Fit 


F18 


F25 


M4 


Mil 




1986-871 


tRanked- 






























1993-94 


PS 


N22 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 

2S 


J24 

18 


J31 

21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


M14 


1994-95 


PS 

7 


N21 

7 


N28 

11 


05 

11 


012 

12 


019 

11 


026 

9 


J3 

7 


JIO 

9 


J17 

8 


J24 

8 


J31 

S 


F6 

8 


F13 

7 


F20 

7 


F27 

6 


Me 

10 


M13 

10 


1995-96 


PS 

IS 


N20 

14 


N27 

19 


04 

20 


011 


018 


025 


J2 


J9 


ne 


J22 


J29 


FS 


F12 


F19 


F2e 


M4 


Mil 


1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N25 


02 


09 


016 


023 


030 


J6 


J13 


120 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M10 














25 


21 


19 


19 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


16 


22 


22 


1997-98 


PS 


N16 


N23 


01 


08 


015 


022 


029 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J2S 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


Me 








24 


2i 


19 


22 


20 


20 








23 


25 


24 


25 




21 


20 


1998-99 


PS 


N15 


N22 


N29 


07 


014 


021 


028 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 


MI 


MS 


1999-00 


PS 


N15 


N22 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


J10 


117 


J24 


J30 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


Me Ml 3 








24 


24 


21 


16 


17 


14 


12 


18 


24 


22 


25 


2i 


22 


19 


17 


20 17 


2000-01 


PS 


N13 


N20 


N27 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


J1 


J8 


JIS 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M5 M12 




s 


6 


6 


1! 


19 


20 


20 


IS 


17 


14 


12 


8 


9 


13 


17 


20 


16 


11 11 


* A total of 26 teams tiave been ra 


kedNo.2at 


east 


ntein 


all-time APpolls.thal have ne 


er been ranked No, 1 Maryland leads the way with 18 


No.2rankings without eve 


reachmgNo 1 A listing: Maryland 18; Louisville 15; Wake Forest lO.Purdu 


10; Dayton 


7;St.Bonaventure7;LlTEP4, 


Auburn 3: Florida State 3, Caiiforn 


a3;Minneso 


a 3;Louisiana State 2; NYU 2; Pittsburgh 2;St.Joseph^ 2; Utah 2;Vlllanova 2.Clemson 1; Davidson 


I.Long Island l.Pennsylva 


ia1;Sanla Clara 1, South 


ern Caiiforn 


a1;SMll1;V3nderbilt1. 


Washington 








1 



Maryland's History In The Coaches' Poll 

Originated by United Press International (UPI) in 1950-51, USA Today has administered the national Coaches Poll since 

1992-93.From 1993-97,11 was known as the USA Today/CNN Poll.lt wasthe USA Today/NABC Poll in 1998 and 1999.Since 

2000, it has been the USA Today/ESPN Poll.The poll consisted of 20 teams until expanding to 25 teams in 1990-91. 

Poll Debut— Jan.41955(No.l4) 

Total Polls All-Time— 252 u i j ■ * 

Most Consecutive Polls— 65 (Feb. 8, 1 972 to Dec. 14, 1 977) Maryland In Final 

Current Consecutive Polls— 28 ((M(he«' Poll Rankings 

Total Years In The Coaches Poll— 24 Mi 6 

MostConsecutiveVears— 10(1971-72tol980-81) 19?2 11 

Current Consecutive Years — 8 1973 10 

Total Appearances In Coaches Final Poll — 15 1974 4 

Total Top 10 Rankings In Coaches Final Poll— 8 1975 5 

HighestRankinglnCoachesFlnalPoll- No.4(1974,2001) 1976 13 

Total Polls In Coaches Top 10— 118 1980 8 

Most Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 10— 42 (March 13, 1973 to March 2, 1976) 1981 11 

Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 1 — 1 

Total Polls In Coaches Top 5— 54 

Most Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5— 9 (Dec. 5, 1972 to Jan 30, 1973) 

Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5 — 1 

Total Top 10 Listings— «10 «9 «8 #7 #6 #5 



1984 


10 


1994 


20 


1995 


11 


1998 


15 


1999 


8 


2000 


25 


2001 


4 



11 



21 



15 17 



17 



11 8 



Maryland Week-By-Week In All-Time Coaches Polls 










1950-51 1 


1953-54 -NolRanked- 






























195455 


07 


014 


021 


028 


J4 

14 


Jll 

14 


J18 

11 


J2S 

12 


Fl 

14 


F8 

18 


F15 

17 


F22 


M1 


M8 










195556 tOl956-5 


-Not Ranked- 






























1957-58 


010 


017 

9 


024 

9 


031 

7 


J7 

12 


J14 

7 


J21 

7 


J28 


F4 

10 


F11 

8 


F18 

11 


F25 

IS 


M4 


Mil 

6 










1958-59 


09 


016 


023 


030 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M2 


M9 










1959-60 




-NotRanked- 






























1960-61 


06 


013 

IS 
-N 


020 


027 


13 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 










1961-6210 1970-7 


t Ranked- 






























1971-72 




07 


014 


021 


028 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


F1S 


F22 


F29 


M7 


M14 










5 


15 


13 


14 


10 


20 


IS 


16 




17 


14 


11 


13 


14 


11 






1972-73 




05 


012 


019 

3 


026 


J2 


J9 

2 


J16 

3 


J23 


J30 

3 


F6 

8 


F13 


F20 


F27 

11 


Me 

13 


M13 

10 






1973-74 




Oil 


018 


025 


J2 


J8 


J15 


122 


J29 


FS 


F12 


F19 


F26 


MS 


M12 








1974-75 




010 

10 
09 


017 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


F18 


F25 


M4 


Mil 








1975-76 




016 


023 


030 


J6 


113 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M2 


M9 

13 
M8 








1976-77 


PS 


07 


014 


021 


028 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 












15 


13 




16 


18 




18 






















1977-78 


PS 


06 

12 


013 

18 


020 

18 


027 


J3 

12 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F2« 


Me 








1978-79 


PS 


012 


019 


026 

20 


J3 

20 


J9 


J16 


J23 


J30 


Fe 


F13 


F20 


F27 


Me 










1979-80 


PS 


04 


Oil 


018 


026 


J2 


J8 


J15 


122 

14 


129 

13 


F5 

5 


F12 

7 


F19 

7 


F2e 

7 


M4 

8 








1980-81 


PS 


09 


016 


023 

9 


030 

9 


je 

8 


J13 


J20 

7 


J27 

13 


F3 

11 


FIO 

16 


F17 


F24 

20 


M3 


M10 

20 








1981-82 to 1982-8 


-Not Ranked- 






























1983-84 


PS 


06 

15 


013 


020 

11 


027 

6 


J3 

6 


JIO 

6 


J17 

7 


J24 

5 


J31 

9 


F7 

13 


F14 

17 


F21 


F28 

19 


Me 

14 


M13 

10 






1984-85 


PS 


N27 


04 


Oil 


018 

18 


025 

20 


Jl 

16 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 

17 


F5 

19 


F12 

19 


F19 

19 


F2e 


MS 


M12 




1985861 


1992-9 


-Not Ran 


ed- 






























1993-94 


PS 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 

21 


J31 

21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


M14 


AS 

20 


1994-95 


PS 

14 


N2e 

10 


05 

11 


012 

12 


019 

11 


026 

11 


J3 

11 


JIO 

13 


J17 

9 


J24 

9 


J31 

8 


F6 

10 


F13 

7 


F20 

7 


F27 

6 


M6 

10 


M13 

10 


A4 

11 


1995-96 


PS 


N20 


N27 

16 


04 

19 


Oil 

24 


018 

25 


025 

24 


J2 


J9 


Jie 


J22 


J29 


FS 


F12 


F19 


F2e 


M4 


Mil A3 


1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N25 


02 


09 


016 


023 


030 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M10 














2S 


21 


19 


19 


11 


7 


S 


7 


10 


14 


16 


22 


22 


1997-98 


PS 


N24 


01 


08 


01 S 


022 


029 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J2S 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


MS 


A1 




23 






22 


20 


20 


18 








24 




25 




25 


24 


22 


15 


1998-99 


PS 


N22 


N29 


07 


014 


021 


028 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J2S 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


M8 


M31 


199900 


PS 


N22 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J30 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


Me 


M13 A3 




23 


22 


23 


19 


14 


IS 


16 


IS 


16 




21 


21 


22 


22 


19 


19 


19 


16 25 


2000-01 


PS 


N20 


N27 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


Jl 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 


FS 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M5 


M12 A3 




7 


6 


14 


17 


19 


19 


19 


17 


16 


14 


14 


10 


13 


18 


20 


16 


13 


11 4 



KRPNOTF; The Terps'No. 5 AP preseason ranking last year was the highest during the Gary Williams era. Maryland's No. 4 USA Today/ESPN final ranking matched the Terps' highest final poll position ever. 




£IOHT CONSeCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 







RECORDS 



Scoring 



Blocked Shots 



Game: 


44 


Ernest Graham vs.NC State (12-20-78) 


Season: 


776 WallWilliams (1991-92) 


fr.: 


582 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


So.: 


708 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Jr.: 


701 


Len Bias (1984-85) 


Sr.: 


776 


Walt Williams (1991-92) 


Career: 


2,149 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


Scoring Average 


Season: 


26.8 


WaltWllliams(1991-92) 


Fr.: 


19.7 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


So.: 


21.2 


Tom McMillen (1971-72) 


Jr.: 


23.3 


Will Hetzel (1968-69) 


Sr.: 


26.8 


WallWilliams (1991-92) 


Career: 


20.5 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


Rebounds 




Game: 


26 


Len Elmore vs.Walie Forest (2-27-74) 


Season: 


412 


Len Elmore (1973-74) 


Fr.: 


323 


Buck Williams (1978-79) 


So.: 


362 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


Jr.: 


363 


Buck Williams (1980-81) 


Sr.: 


412 


Len Elmore (1973-74) 


Career: 


1,053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Rebounding Average 


Season: 


14.7 


Len Elmore (1973-74) 


Fr.: 


10.7 


Joe Smith (1993-94) 


So.: 


11.0 


Len Elmore (1971-72) 


Jr.: 


12.2 


Will Hertzel (1968-69) 


Sr.: 


14.7 


Len Elmore (1973-74) 


Career: 


12.2 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Assists 




Game: 


15 


Terrell Stokes vs. Western Carolina (11-14- 


Season: 


248 


Steve Blake (2000-01) 


Fr.: 


217 


Steve Blake (1999-00) 


So.: 


248 


Steve Blake (2000-01) 


Jr.: 


204 


Keith Gatlin (1985-86) 


Sr.: 


213 


Terrell Stokes (1998-99) 


Career: 


649 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86,88) 


Steals 






Game: 


9 


Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96! 




9 


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


Season: 


110 


Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 


Fr.: 


71 


Steve Blake (1999-00) 




71 


Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 


So.: 


78 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-94) 


Jr.: 


96 


Juan Dixon (1999-00) 


Sr.: 


110 


Johnny Rhodes (1995-96) 


Career: 


344 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 




V . 


f^ 




iXs . 


4^. 



Game: 12 CedricLewisatSouthFlorida(l-20-91) 

12 Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

Season: 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Fr.: 99 Derrick Lewis (1984-85) 

So.: 97 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 114 Derrick Lewis (1986-87) 

Sr.: 143 Cedric Lewis (1990-91) 

Career: 339 Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 

Field Goal Percentage 

Game: 1.000 LonnyBaxtervs. North Texas (12-23-98) (10-10) 

Season: .647 BuckWilliams (1980-81) (183-283) 

So.: .606 Buck Williams (1979-80) (143-236) 

Jr.; .643 Greg Manning (1979-80) (196-305) 

Sr.: .647 BuckWilliams (1980-81) (183-283) 

Career: .615 BuckWilliams (1979-81) (446-725) 

Field Goals Made 

Game: 18 Ernest Graham vs.NC State (12-20-78) 
Consecutive in Game: 

10 Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 

10 Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 

10 Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 
Consecutive in Multiple Games: 

15 Greg Manning (over two games during the 
1980-81 season; also an ACC record) 

Season: 275 Albert King (1979-80) 

Fr. 190 John Lucas (1972-73) 

So.: 253 John Lucas (1973-74) 

Jr.: 275 Albert King (1979-80) 

Sr.: 270 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 

Career: 862 Albert King (1977-81) 

862 John Lucas (1973-76) 

Field Goals Attempted 

Game: 34 Gene Shuevs.Washington8i Lee (2-12-53) 

Season: 542 WallWilliams (1991-92) 

Fr.: 395 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 506 Juan Dixon (1999-00) 

Jr.: 527 Will Hetzel (1968-69) 

Sr.: 542 WallWilliams (1991-92) 

Career: 1,673 Albert King (1978-81) 



3-Point Field Goals Made 



Game: 
Season: 

Fr. 

So.: 

Jr.: 

Sr.: 
Career: 



7 Walt Williams vs. Florida State (2-5-92) 

WallWilliams (1991-92) 

59 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

49 Juan Dixon (1999-00) 

64 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

89 WallWilliams (1991-92) 

186 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



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3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Game: 13 Danny Millervs.Clemson (1-22-00) 

Season: 240 WallWilliams (1991-92) 

Fr. 175 Johnny Rhodes (1992-93) 

So.: 135 Juan Dixon (1999-00) 

Jr.: 164 Teyon McCoy (1989-90) 

Sr.: 240 WallWilliams (1991-92) 

Career: 557 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 

Free Throw Percentage 

Game: 1.000 Jerry Greenspan vs.Minnesota (12-10-60) (14-14) 
Season: .908 Greg Manning(1980) (79-87) 
Career: .858 Greg Manning (1978-81) (315-367) 

Free Throws Made 

Game: 17 Tom McMillen vs.Canisius (12-17-71) 
Consecutive In Game: 

15 Albert King vs. Boston University (2-11-80) 
Consecutive in Multiple Games: 

40 Juan Dixon (2000-01) 
Season: 213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

Fr. 168 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 209 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 162 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

Sr.: 213 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

Career: 576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

Free Throws Attempted 

Game: 24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington ( 1 2-9-96) 

Season: 297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

Fr. 229 Joe Smith (1993-94) 

So.: 282 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

Jr.: 214 Keith Booth (1995-96) 

Sr.: 297 Keith Booth (1996-97) 

Career: 824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 

Games Played 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1984-85) 

37 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Career: 137 Mike Mardesich (1998-01) 
Consecutive in a Career: 

137 Mike Mardesich (1998-01) 

Games Started 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1984-85) 

37 Adrian Branch (1984-85) 
Career: 126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Consecutive in a Career: 

126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 




KDPNOTt: kan Dixon missed his firs! free throw attempt ir\ on ACC opener at Clemson last year then proceeded to hit a record 40 in-a-row. In all. he hit 60-of-6 1 during a hot stretch during December and January. 




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Game (30-point scorers) 

1. 44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 

2. 43 AlBungevs.Vale (1-4-60) 

3. 41 LenBiasatDuke(l-25-861 

Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-14-53) 
5, 40 Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-951 

Gene Shue vs.Wake forest (SC Toutnament; 3-6-53) 

7. 39 'Wait Williams vs.Wake Forest (1-22-92) 

8. 38 Walt Williams vs. Clemson (ACC Tournament; 3-1 2-92) 

•Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92) 
Albert King vs. Clemson (ACC Tournament; 2-29-80) 
Jim O'Brien vs.North Carolina (1-27-73) 
Howard White vs.South Carolina (12-16-70) 

13. 36 Evers Burns vs Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

14 35 Exree Hipp vs.Towson State (12-23-93) 
JerrodMustaf vs. Duke (2-10-90) 
Len Bias at North Carolina (2-20-86) 
Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71) 

18 34 Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 

Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
John Lucas vs. NCState(l-28-76) 
John Lucas vs.Wake Forest (1-10-76) 
GaryWatdvs.Wake Forest (2-7-66) 

23 33 JuanDixonvs.GeorgiaTech(2-16-00) 

Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (ACC Tournament; 3-9-96) 

Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Utah(ll-22-94) 

Joe Smith vs.Rider(ll-30-93) 

•Wah Williams at Vitginia(l-29-92) 

Man 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. Navy (1-20-73) 

Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-1 7-71) 

Howard While vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 

Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina (3-6-69) 

Bob O'Brien vs.Clemson (1-7-56) 

Bob Kessler vs. Duke (ACC Tournament; 3-1-56) 

38. 32 LonnyBaxtervs.NorfolkState(12-23-00) 
Laron Profit at Florida State (2-27-99) 
Steve Francis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 
Kevin McLinton vs.Florida State (2-13-93) 
•Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92) 
Rudy Archer vs. Mt. St. Mary's (12-8-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Md. Baltimore County (2-18-87) 
Albert King vs.Wake Forest (1-20-80) 
Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown (12-13-71) 
Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 

48 31 Juan Dixon vs. Duke (2-9-00) 

Lonny Baxter vs. NC State (2-6-00) 
Juan Dixon vs. GeorgiaTech (1-15-00) 
Joe Smith vs.Texas (3-18-95) 
WaltWilliams vs. Virginia (3-7-921 
•Walt Williams vs. Clemson(l-25-92) 
Walt Williams vs. West Virginia (12-7-91 ) 
LenBiasvs.UNLV(12-7-85) 
Ernest Graham vs, Bucknell (12-22-79) 
John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 
John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 

59. 30 Juan Dixon vs. NC State (2-20-01) 

Juan Dixon vs.Wake Forest (1-17-01) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky (1 1 -24-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 
Joe Smith at Oklahoma(12-7-93) 
• Walt Williams vs. Florida State ( 1 -1 8-92) 
•Wah Williams vs.NCState(l-ll-92) 
Wah Williams vs. Rutgers(12-27-90) 
WaltWilliams vs. Boston College (12-3-90) 
Jertod Mustaf vs. Delaware State ( 1 1 -25-89) 
Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-14-89) 
Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 
Len Bias vs.Villanova(l-27-85) 
Adrian Branch vs. Virginia (1-30-85) 
Albert King atVirginia (2-21-79) 
John Lucas vs. NCState(l-16-75) 
Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 

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Multiple 30-Point Scoring Games 





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3. 
4. 


15 


Wah Williams (1989-92) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Len Bias (1983-86) 
Juan Dixon (1999-present) 
John Lucas (1973-76) 


Season (SOO-point scorers) 


1. 


776 


Wah Williams (1992) 


2. 


743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


4. 


701 


Len Bias (1985) 


5 


674 


Albert King (1980) 


6. 


671 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


7. 


667 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


8. 


654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




654 


Gene Shue (1954) 


10. 


630 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


11. 


624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


12. 


616 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


13. 


609 


JerrodMustaf (1990) 


14. 


605 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


15. 


582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


16. 


579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


17. 


564 


John Lucas (1974) 


18. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


19 


559 


Albert King (1981) 


20 


557 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 
John Lucas (1976) 


22 


547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


23. 


541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


24. 


537 


Terence Morris (2000) 


25. 


524 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


26. 


521 


Terence Morris (1999) 


27. 


518 


Evers Burns (1993) 


28. 


512 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


29. 


510 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


30. 


506 


Laron Prom(1998) 


Career (1,000-point scorers 


1. 


2,149 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


2. 


2,058 


Albert King (1978-81) 


3. 


2,017 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


2,015 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


5 


1,807 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


6 


1,776 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


7. 


1,743 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


8 


1,733 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


9 


1,704 


WaltWilliams (1989-92) 


10- 


1,607 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


11. 


1,566 


Laran Profit (1996-99) 


12. 


1,561 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


13. 


1,534 


Juan Dixon (1999-present) 


14. 


1,457 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


15. 


1,386 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


16. 


1,372 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


17 


1,370 


Will Hetzel 11968-70) 


18. 


1,554 


Tony Massenburg (1986,88-90) 


19. 


1,325 


Lonny Baxter (1999-present) 


20. 


1,315 


Evers Bums (1990-93) 


21. 


1,300 


Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


22 


1,290 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


23. 


1,266 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


24. 


1,244 


Lee Brawley (1949-52) 


25. 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


26. 


1,219 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


27. 


1,198 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 


28 


1,172 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 


29 


1,161 


Maurice Howard (1973-76) 


30 


1,153 


BuckWilliams(1978-81) 


31. 


1,123 


DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 


32. 


1,094 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


33. 


1,087 


Keith Gatlin(1984-86.88) 


34. 


1,064 


Kevin McLinton (1990-93) 


35. 


1,026 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


36. 


1,017 


LenElmore(1972-74) 


37. 


1,007 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 



lEfPNOTC: Only five Maryland players have ever scored W points on five different occasions - Walt Williams, Joe Smith, Len Bias, John Lucas and Juan Dixon. 





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Scoring Average 




Rebounds 




Season 



1 26,8 WaltWilliams(1992) 

2 23.3 Will Hetzel (19691 

3 23,2 Len Bias 11986) 

4 22,1 Gene Shue (1953) 
s 21.8 Gene Shue (1954) 

6. 21.7 Albert King (1980) 

7. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1973) 
T8. 20.8 JoeSmith(1995) 

Tom McMillen (1972) 

10 20.4 Bob Kessler (1955) 

11 20.3 Bob Kessler (1956) 
12. 20.1 John Lucas (1976) 

Career 

1 20.5 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 

2 20.2 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

3 18.7 GeneShue(1952-54) 

4. 18.3 John Lucas (1973-76) 

5. 18.0 Will Hetzel(1968-70) 

6. 17.4 Albert King (1978-81) 

7. 16.6 JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 

8. 16.2 WaltWilliams (1989-92) 




704 Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 

689 Will Hetzel (1968-70) 

671 ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 

651 Rod Horst (1968-70) 

636 Herman Veal (1981-84) 

634 Eveis Burns (1990-93) 

629 Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 

615 Gary Ward (1964-66) 

586 Tom Roy (1973-75) 

582 Steve Sheppatd (1975-77) 

572 Laron Profit (1996-99) 

Ernest Graham (1978-81) 

570 Rodney Elliott (1995-98) 

546 Adrian Branch (1982-85) 



Rebounding Average 



Game 



26 Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 
24 Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 
Will Hetzel vs.W. Virginia (12-4-68) 
23 Derrick Lewis at J. Madison (1-28-87) 
22 Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 
Buck Williams at UNLV(12-4-78) 
Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (2-26-58) 
Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-25-56) 
21 Joe Smith vs.Texas (3-18-95) 
Joe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 
Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 
Len Elmore vs. No. Carolina (2-13-74) 
Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky (1 2-5-73) 
20 JoeSmithvs.FloridaSt.(l-11-94) 
Tony Massenburg at Ga.Tech (2-13-90) 
Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 
Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 




Assists 



Season 







412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


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362 


Joe Smith (1995) 


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351 


Len Elmore (19721 




336 


Bob Kessler (19561 






323 


ButkWilliams(19791 






321 


Joe Smith (1994) 
Tom Roy (1975) 






318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 




10. 


314 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 




11. 


308 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 




12. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 




Career 








1,053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 






948 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 






928 


6uckWilliams(1979-81) 






925 


Terence Morris (1998-present) 






916 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 






895 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 






859 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 






849 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 






795 


Al Bunge (1958-60) 




10. 


745 


Len Bias (1983-86) 




11. 


722 


Tony Massenburg (1986,88-90) 




12. 


715 


Albert King (1978-81) 




15. 


710 


Lonny Baxter (1999-present) 




Season 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 

2. 14.0 Bob Kessler (1956) 

3. 12.6 Al Bunge (19601 

4. 12.2 Will Hetzel (19691 

5. 11.7 Buck Williams (1981) 

6. 11.2 Len Elmore (19731 

7. 11.1 TomRoy(1975) 

8. 11.0 Len Elmore (1972) 
11.0 Bob Kessler (1955) 

10. 10.8 BuckWilliams(1979) 
10. 10.7 Joe Smith (1995) 
Joe Smith (1994) 
Bob McDonald (1961) 

Career 

1 12.2 Len Elmore (1972-74) 

2. 10.9 Buck Williams (1978-81) 

3. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994-95) 

4. 10.6 Al Bunge (1958-601 



Game 

1. 15 Terrell Stokes vs.W.Carolina (11-14-98) 
2 14 Terrell Stokes vs.Towson St. (11-30-96) 
3. 13 Steve Blake vs. Stony Brook (12-6-00) 

Steve Francis vs. Virginia (2-6-99) 
Keith Gatlinvs.Virginia (1-30-84) 

6. 12 SteveBlakevs.ChicagoState(12-27-00) 

Terrell Stokes vs.S.C.St.(12-27-98) 
Terrell Stokes vs.Missouri (2-18-961 
Kevin McLinton vs.NC State (1-26-91) 
Keith Gatlin vs. Navy (3-17-85) 
Keith Gatlin at No. Carolina (1-9-85) 
Dutch Morley at Clemson (2-13-82) 
Dutch Morley vs. Marshall(12-29-80) 
John Lucas vs.Buffalo (2-11-73) 
RichPoiacvs.Canisius(12-17-71) 

Season 

1 248 SteveBlake(6.9apg;2001) 

2. 221 Keith Gatlin (6.0 apg; 19851 

3. 217 Steve Blake (6.2 apg; 2000) 

4 213 Terrell Stokes (6.3 apg: 1999) 

5 204 Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 1986) 

6 178 John Lucas (5.9 apg; 1973) 

7. 175 Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 1993) 

8. 172 Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1988) 

9. 165 Brad0avis(5.9apg;1976) 

10. 162 DuaneSimpkins (4.8 apg; 1995) 

11. 159 John Lucas (5.6 apg; 1974) 

12 154 Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg; 1992) 

13 152 Steve Francis (4.5 apg; 1999) 
14. 149 Terrell Stokes (4.7 apg; 1998) 

Walt Williams (4.5 apg; 1990) 

16. 148 Keith Gatlin (4.6 apg; 1984) 

17. 143 Terrell Stokes (4.5 apg; 1997) 



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[[RPNOTt: kit a sophomore lost season, Steve Blake's 248 assists were a Maryland single season record. 



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Career 



Keith Gatlin (53 apg; 1984-86,88) 
Terrell Stokes (4.6 3pg; 1996-99) 
John Lucas (4.7 apg: 1973-76) 
DuaneSimpkiiis(4.1apg;1993-96) 
Kevin McUnton (5.2 apg; 1990-93) 
Steve Blake (6.5 apg; 2000-present) 
Dutch Morley (3.8 apg; 1979-82) 
Johnny Rhodes (3.6 apg; 1993-96) 
BradD3vis(5.1apg;1975-77) 
WaltWilliams(3,9apg;1989-92) 
JeffAdkins(2.8apg;1982-85) 
Ernest Graham (2.9apg;1978-81) 
Albeit King (2.6 apg; 1978-81) 
Keith Booth (2.3 apg; 1994-97) 
Teyon McCoy (3.3 apg; 1987-88,90) 



Game 

I. 9 Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 

3. 8 JuanDixonvs-GeorgiaTech(1-6-01| 

Terrell Stokes vs. S.C.State(12-27-98) 

5. 7 Juan Dixon vs. UMES( 12-30-00) 

Laion Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-97) 
Johnny Rhodes at Virginia (2-1-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs.Howard (12-6-95) 
Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (3-1 1-89) 
Walt Williams vs. Mt.St.Mary's (11-23-91) 

II. 6 Steve Blake vs. Duke (2-9-00) 
Juan Dixon vs. Notre Dame (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.GeorgiaTech (1-21-98) 
S. Jasikevicius vs. UNC-Asheville (1 2-22-97) 
Laron Profit vs. Kansas(12-7-97) 
Terrell Stokes vs. UIVIBC(12-4-96) 
Terrell Stokes vs.Towson St. (1 1-30-96) 
Laron Profit vs. Wake Forest (2-15-96) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Colgate (1 2-8-94) 
johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-26-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs.Duke(l-29-94) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Hofstra (12-29-93) 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Rider (1 1 -30-94) 
johnny Rhodes vs. Clemson (2-27-93) 
Vince Broadnax at Clemson (2-6-91) 
Albert King at Clemson(l-17-81) 
Albert King vs.Temple (12-29-79) 
Ernest Graham vs.Catholic (12-15-79) 
Dutch (VIorley vs. Penn State (12-3-79) 
John Lucas vs. Clemson (1-21 -76) 



110 Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spg; 1996) 
96 Juan Dixon (2.7 spg; 2000) 
95 Juan Dixon (2.6spg;2001) 

Steve Francis (2.8 spg; 1999) 
87 Laran Profit (2.7 spg; 1998) 
85 Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg; 1995) 
78 Johnny Rhodes (2.6 spg; 1994) 
71 Steve Blake (2.0 spg; 2000) 

Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg; 1993) 
68 LaronProfit(2.0spg;1999) 
67 Terrell Stokes (2.0 spg; 1999) 
64 Keith Booth (2.0 spg; 1997) 

Dutch Morley (2.1 spg; 1980) 
60 WaltWilliams(2.1spg;1992) 
57 SteveBlake(1.6spg);2001) 

Laron Profit (1.8 spg; 1997) 

WaltWilliams (1.7 spg; 1990) 
53 TerenceMorris(1.6spg;2000) 
51 JoeSmith(1.5spg;1995) 
50 Terence Morris (1.5 spg; 1999) 

Juan Dixon (1.5 spg; 19991 




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Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spg; 1993-96) 
Laron Profit (2.1 spg; 1996-99) 
Juan Dixon (2.1 spg; 1999-present) 
Keith Booth (1.53 spg; 1994-97) 
Terrell Stokes(1.49spg;1996-99) 
WaltWilliams (1.7 spg; 1989-92) 
Dutch Morley (1.4 spg; 1979-82) 
Terence Morris (1.3 spg;1998-01) 
Derrick Lewis(1.1spg;1985-88) 
Kevin McLinton(1.5spg;1990-93) 
Steve Blake (1.8 spg; 2000-present) 
Ernest Graham(1.0spg;1978-81) 
DuaneSimpkins(1.1spg; 1993-96) 
Albert King (1.0 spg; 1978-81) 
Eveis Burns (1.0spg;1990-93) 
JeffAdkins(0.9spg;1982-85) 
Adrian Branch (0.9 spg; 1982-85) 



Game 



12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 
Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

10 Derrick Lewis vs. UMES (2-27-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs. UMBC (2-18-87) 
Derrick Lewis vs.Towson State (2-21 -85) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee (1 1-24-84) 
8 Cednc Lewis vs.GeorgiaTech (2-13-91) 
Cedric Lewis vs.UMBC (1-7-91) 
Cedric Lewis vs.Calif.-lrvine (12-11-90) 
Larry Gibson vs.St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 
7 Lenny Baxter vs. NC State (2-6-00) 
Terence Morris vs. Wake 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 (11-26-90) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Virginia (3-1-86) 
Derrick Lewis vs.Stanford (12-28-84) 
DerrickLewisvs.UMES(12-13-84) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Cleveland State (12-5-84) 
Tony Massenburg vs. UMES (12-1-88) 
Larry Gibson vs.Syracuse (12-24-76) 
Len Elmore vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 



Season 



143 


Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg; 1991) 


114 


Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1987) 


99 


Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1985) 


97 


Joe Smith (2.9 bpg; 1995) 


93 


Joe Smith (3.1 bpg; 19941 


79 


Terence Morris(2,2 bpg; 2001) 




Lonny6axter(2.3bpg;2000) 


77 


Terence Morris (2.3 bpg; 1999) 


71 


Terence Morris (2.1 bpg, 1900) 


71 


Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg; 1986) 


67 


Larry Gibson (2.5 bpg; 1977) 


58 


Larry Gibson(1.9bpg;1979) 


57 


Larry Gibson (2.0 bpg; 1978) 



12. 

Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 1985-88) 

2. 256 TerenceMorris(1.7bpg;1998-01) 

3. 239 CedricLewis(2.5bpg;1988-91) 

4. 190 JoeSmith(3.0bpg; 1994-1995) 

5. 182 Larry Gibson (1.8 bpg; 1976-79) 

6. 158 LonnyBaxter(1.5bpg;1999-present) 

7. 125 ObinnaEkezie (1.1 bpg; 1996-99) 

8. 97 TonyMassenburg(0.9bpg;1986,88-90) 

9. 87 Len Bias (0.7 bpg; 1983-861 

10. 86 BuckWilliams(1.0bpg;1979-81) 

11. 81 WaltWilliams (0.8 bpg; 1989-92) 

12. 75 Ben Coleman (1.2 bpg; 1983-84) 

13. 74 Mike Mardesich (0.5 bpg; 1998-01) 

14. 72 Laran Profit (0.6 bpg; 1996-99) 

Keith Booth (0.5 bpg; 1994-97) 

16. 64 Evers Burns (0.6 bpg; 1990-93) 



NOTE \n one week's time last season, Juan Dixon had eight steals against Georgia Tech and seven against UMES. The Maryland record in a single game is nine by Johnny Rhodes. 



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Field Goal Percentage 



Field Goals Attempted 





Game (min. 8 att.) 

1 1,000 110-10) LonnyBaxtervs.No.Texas(12-23-981 

(9-91 Steve Francis vs.NC Slate (1-10-99) 

(8-8) ObinnaEkezievsAmerkan (12-21-961 

(8-8) Joe Smith vs. Clemson (1-25-95) 

(8-8) 8utk Williams vs.Canisius (12-23-78) 

(8-8) GaryWiliiamsvs.5.Carolina(12-10-66) 

(8-8) GregMannmgvs.f.Dickinson (12-10-80) 

(8-8) Ben Coleman vs.Duquesne (12-10-83) 

(8-8) Ben Coleman vs.Wake Forest (2-26-84) 

Season (min. 100 att.) 

.647 (183-283) Buck Williams (1981) 

.643 (196-305) Greg Manning (1980) 

.611 (102-167) Charles Pinman (1982) 

608 (194-319) BenColeman(1984) 

.606 (143-236) euckWilliams(1980) 

Career 



1, 


.615 (446-725) 


BuckWilliams(1979-81) 


2. 


.589 (376-638) 


Ben Coleman (1983-84) 


3. 


.585 (623-1068) 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


4. 


.576 (438-760) 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


5. 


.566 (519-933) 


LonnyBaKter(1999-present) 


6. 


.555 (699-1,259) 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


7 


.551 (484-878) 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 


8. 


.550 (451-819) 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


9 


.547 (485-886) 


Maurice Howard (1973-76) 


10. 


.540 (564-1,044) 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


11 


.536 (838-1,562) 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


12 


.535 (386-721) 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


13. 


.530 (491-927) 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


14. 


.525 (393-748) 


JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 




(862-1,643) 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


16. 


.523 (524-1,001) 


Tony Massenburg (1986,88-90) 


17. 


.515 (862-1,673) 


AlbertKing (1978-81) 



Field Goals Made 




Season 



1 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


2 


529 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


3. 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


4. 


519 


Len Bias (1985) 


5. 


506 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


6. 


497 


Albert King (1980) 


7. 


495 


JohnLucas(1974) 


8. 


491 


Len Bias (1986) 


9. 


480 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


10 


469 


Gene Shue (1954) 


11 


468 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12 


462 


Albert King (1981) 


13 


4S6 


John Lucas (1976) 


14 


454 


Ernest Graham (1979) 


15. 


446 


JerrodMustaf (1990) 


16. 


437 


Keith Booth (1997) 


17. 


428 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


Career 




1. 


1,673 


Albert King (1978-81) 


2. 


1,643 


JohnLucas(1973-76) 


3. 


1,579 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


1,562 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 


1,482 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


6. 


1,363 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


7. 


1,300 


Terence Mortis{1998-01) 


8. 


1,291 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


9. 


1,259 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


10. 


1,251 


WaltWilliams (1989-92) 


11 


1,242 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


12. 


1,229 


Laton Profit (1996-99) 


13. 


1,178 


Juan Dixon (1999-present) 


14. 


1,125 


Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


15. 


1,092 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 


16. 


1,070 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-961 


17. 


1,068 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


18. 


1,044 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 



Season 



3-Point Field Goals Made 





275 


Albert King (1980) 




274 


Len Bias (1985) 




270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 




267 


Len Bias (1986) 




256 


Walt Williams (1992) 




253 


John Lucas (1974) 




250 


Tom McMillen (1973) 




245 


Joe Smith (1995) 




236 


JerrodMustaf(1990) 


10. 


235 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


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234 


Juan Dixon (1900) 


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233 


John Lucas (1976) 
Will Hetzel (1969) 


14 


232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 
Albert King (1981) 


Career 




1. 


862 


Albert King (1978-81) 
John Lucas (1973-76) 


3. 


838 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


4 


767 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


5 


699 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


6 


686 


Ernest Graham(1978-81) 


7 


684 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


8. 


644 


Terence Morris(1998-01) 


9 


623 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


10. 


589 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


11 


583 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Walt Williams (1989-92) 


13. 


564 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


14. 


551 


Juan Dixon (1999-presenl) 


IS. 


547 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


16. 


545 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 


17. 


524 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 




524 
519 


Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-9 


19. 


Lonny Baxter (1999-present) 



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89 WaltWilliams (1992) 
64 Teyon McCoy (1990) 
62 Juan Dixon (2001) 
60 SarunasJasikeviciu$(1998) 
59 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 
56 Keith Gatlin (1988) 
49 Juan Dixon (2000) 
48 Man Roe (1991) 

RudyArcher(1988) 
45 Steve Francis (1999) 

DuaneSimpkins(1996) 

Johnny Rhodes (1995) 
42 SarunasJasikevicius(1997) 

Johnny Rhodes (1996) 
40 DuaneSimpkins(199S) 

Johnny Rhodes (1994) 




Career 



Johnny Rhodes (1993-%) 
WaltWilliams (1989-92) 
Juan Dixon (1999-pfesent) 
SarunasJasikevicius (1995-98) 
Teyon McCoy (1987-88, 90) 
DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Terence Morris (1998-01) 
Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 
Exree Hipp (1993-96) 
Steve Blake (2000-ptesenll 
Drew Nicholas (2000'pr»ent) 
Mario Lucas (1993-96) 
Steve Hood (1987-88) 
Danny Miller(1999-01) 
John Johnson (1986-89) 



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3-Point Field Goals Attempted 




Free Throws Made 




Season 

1, 240 WaltWilliams(1992) 

2, 173 Johnny Rhodes (19931 

3, 164 Teyon McCoy (1990) 

4 156 MattRoe(199l| 

5 151 Juan Dixon (2001) 

LatonI'rofit(1998) 
7 135 Juan Dixon (2000) 

Johnny Rhodes (1996) 

9. 131 SarunasJasike»idLs(1997) 

10. 129 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 

11. 122 RudyAccher(1988) 

12. 120 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

13. 117 Laron Profit (1998) 

14. 116 Steve Francis (1999) 

15. 113 Keith Gatlin (1988) 

16 105 0uaneSimpkins(1995) 



Career 



Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 
Walt Williams (1989-92) 
Juan Dixon (1999-present) 
SarunasJasikevicius (1995-98) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 
Teyon McCoy(I987-88, 90) 
Terence Morris (1998-present) 
Exree Hipp (1993-96) 
Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 
Steve Blake (2000-present) 
Danny Miller (1999-01) 
Drew Nicholas (2000-present) 
Mario Lucas (1993-96) 
Matt Roe (1991) 
Steve Hood (1987-88) 
Danny Miller(1999-01) 




Season 

I. 213 Keith Booth (1997) 
2 209 Joe Smith (1995) 

Len Bias (1986) 

4 197 Tom McMillen (1972) 

5 175 Wah Williams (1992) 

6 174 Bob Kessler (1956) 
7. 168 Joe Smith (1994) 

8 162 Keith Booth (1996) 

9. 153 Len Bias (1985) 

10. 145 Tony Massenburg (1990) 

II. 143 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 
12 139 Will Hetzel (1969) 

13. 134 ObinnaEkezie(1998) 

Jim O'Brien (1971) 
15. 133 Jim Halleck (1957) 



Career 



Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Len Bias (1983-86) 
Adrian Branch (1982-85) 
Tom McMillen (1972-74) 
Bob Kessler (1954-56) 
Walt Williams (1989-921 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 
Terence Morris (1998-01) 
Albert King (1978-81) 
Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 
Greg Manning (1978-81) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 
DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 
Rodney Elliott (1995-98) 
TonyMassenburg(1986,88-901 



Free Throw Percentage 



Free Throws Attempted 




Game(min. lOatt.) 



(14-14) Jerry Greenspan vs.Minnesota (12-10-60) 

(13-13) Len Bias vs. No. Carolina (2-20-86) 
Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 

(12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (1 1-24-95) 
Matt Roe vs. Wake Fotest(2-23-91) 
T.Massenburg at Penn St. (3-19-90) 
Bill Stasiulatis vs.Wake Forest (3-3-61) 
Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 
Bob Kessler vs. Geo. Washington (1-5-56) 

(11-11) Juan Dixon vs Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 
Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

(10-10) Juan Dixon vs.Wake Forest (1-17-01) 
TomMilroyvs.PennSt.(11-30-68) 
Jerry Bechtle vs. No. Carolina (2-23-60) 

(13-14) WaltWilliamsvs.No.Carolina (1-10-90) 



Season (mm 


.SOatt.) 


1. ,908 (79-87) 


Greg Manning (1980) 


2. .865 (128-148) 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. .864 (209-242) 


Len Bias (1986) 


(57-66) 


JoJoHunter(1978) 


5. .862 (50-58) 


Keith Gatlin (1985) 


6. .857 (66-77) 


Greg Manning (1979) 


Career 




1. 858 (315-367) 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


2. .836 (122-146) 


Dutch Motley (1979-82) 


8 .828 (285-344) 


Juan Dixon (1999-present) 


4. .813 (100-123) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


5. .812 (311-383) 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


6. .803 (301-375) 


Jim O'Brien (1971-731 


7. .802 (85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959,61) 


9 .799 (409-512) 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


10 .7953 (470-591) 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


11 7951 (163-205) 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86,88) 


12. .799 (254-318) 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 




Season 



Keith Booth (1997) 
Joe Smith (1995) 
Bob Kessler (1956) 
Len Bias (19861 
Tom McMillen (19721 
WaltWilliams(1992) 
Joe Smith (1994) 
Keith Booth (1996) 
Lonny Baxter (20011 
Bob Kessler (19551 
Tony Massenburg (19901 
ObinnaEkezie (1998) 
Len Bias (1985) 
Jerry Greenspan (1963) 
Lonny Baxter (2000) 
Buck Williams (1981) 
Bob Everett (1955) 
Derrick lewis (1987) 



Career 



11. 476 

12. 441 



Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Adrian Branch (1982-85) 
Len Bias (1983-86) 
Bob Kessler (1954-56) 
ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 
Tom McMillen (1972-74) 
Joe Smith (1994-95) 
Wah Williams (1989-92) 
Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 
Lonny Baxter (1999-present) 
Tony Massenburg (1986,88-90) 
Terence Morris(1998-01) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Albert King(1978-81) 
Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 
Buck Williams (1979-81) 
AlBunge (1958-60) 



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RECORDS 



Scoring Average 

1. 19,7 Joe Smith (1994) 

2. 15.2 Adrian Branch (1982) 

3. 14.3 Jerro()Mustaf(1989) 

4. 14.2 Steve Hood (1987) 
14.2 John Lucas (1973) 

6 14.0 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

7. 13.6 Albert King (1978) 

8. 12.8 Brad Davis (1975) 



Rebounds 



Points 



582 Joe Smith (1994) 

442 Adrian Branch (1982) 

425 John Lucas (1973) 

392 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

381 Albert King (1978) 

371 JerrodMustaf(1989) 

369 Steve Hood (1987) 

364 Brad Davis (1975) 



323 Bucli Williams (1979) 

322 Joe Smith (1994) 

241 Derrick Lewis (1985) 

202 JerrodMustaf(1989) 

187 Albert King (1978) 

183 Keith Booth (1994) 

173 BrianWilliams{1988) 

157 LarryGibson(1976) 

Rebound Average 

10.7 Joe Smith (1994) 

10.0 Buck Williams (1979) 

9.8 Larry Gibson (1976) 

7.8 JerrodMustaf{1989) 

6.7 Albert King (1978) 

6.5 Derrick Lewis (1985) 

6.1 Keith Booth (1994) 

6.0 BrianWilliams(1988) 



Assists 

1. 217 Steve Blake (2000) 

2. 178 John Lucas (1973) 

3. 148 Keith Gatlin (1984) 

4. 134 Brad Davis (1975) 

5. 128 Dutch Motley (1979) 

6. HI Teyon McCoy (1987) 

7. 91 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

8. 87 Exree Hipp (1993) 

Steals 

1. 71 Steve Blake (2000) 

71 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

3. 50 Juan Dixon (1999) 

4. 45 Keith Booth (1994) 

5. 43 Dutch Motley (1979) 

6. 42 Joe Smith (1994) 

7. 40 Laron Profit (1996) 

8. 38 Terrell Stokes (1996) 

Bioclced Shots 

1. 99 Derrick Lewis (1985) 

2. 93 Joe Smith (1994) 

3. 36 Brian Williams (1988) 

4. 29 Terence Morris (1998) 

5. 28 JerrodMustaf(1989) 

6. 27 Terence Morris (1998) 

7. 26 Tahj Holden (2000) 

8. 25 Buck Williams (1979) 



SOPUOHOIiERECORDS 




Points 

1. 708 Joe Smith (19951 

2. 667 Tom McMillen (1972) 

3. 630 Juan Dixon (2000) 

4. 609 JerrodMustaf(1990) 

5. 564 John Lucas (1974) 

6. 547 Lonny Baxter (2000) 

7. 541 Adrian Branch (1983) 

8. 521 Terence Morris (1999) 



Scoring Average 

21.2 Tom McMillen (1972) 

20.8 Joe Smith (1995) 

20.1 John Lucas (1974) 

19.7 Jay McMillen (1965) 

18.7 Adrian Branch (1983) 

18.5 JerrodMustaf(1990) 
18.0 Juan Dixon (2000) 

16.6 Ernest Graham (1979) 

Rebounds 

362 Joe Smith (1995) 

351 Len Elmore (1972) 

308 Lonny Baxter (2000) 

306 Tom McMillen (1972) 

254 JerrodMustaf(1990) 

265 AIBunge(1958) 

249 Lawrence Boston (1976) 

8 247 Keith Booth (1995) 

Rebound Average 

11.0 Len Elmore (1972) 

10.7 Joe Smith (1995) 

10.1 Buck Williams (1980) 

9.8 Tom McMillen (1972) 
9.1 AIBunge(1958) 

8.9 Lawrence Boston (1976) 
8.8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 
8.6 Barry Yates (1971) 



Assists 



1. 248 Steve Blake (2001) 

2 221 Keith Gatlin (1985) 

3. 165 Brad Davis (1976) 

4. 159 John Lucas (1974) 

5. 143 Terrell Stokes (1997) 

6. 136 0uaneSimpkins(1994) 

7. 127 Juan Dixon (2000) 

8. 124 Dutch Motley (1980) 



Steals 



1. 96 Juan Dixon (2000) 

2. 78 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 

3. 64 Dutch Motley (1980) 

4. 57 Steve Blake (2001) 
57 Laron Profit (1997) 
57 WaltWilliams(1990) 

6. 51 Joe Smith (1995) 

7. 50 Terence Morris (19991 

8. 45 Danny Miller (2000) 
45 Terrell Stokes (1997) 
45 DuaneSimpkins(1994) 

Blocked Shots 

1. 97 Joe Smith (1995) 

2. 79 Lonny Baxter (2000) 

3. 77 Terence Morris (1999) 

4. 71 Derrick Lewis (1986) 

5. 43 Keith Booth (1995) 

6. 36 Cedric Lewis (1989) 

7. 34 WaltWilliams(1990) 

8. 33 ObinnaEke2ie(1997) 



Field Goals Made 

1. 190 John Lucas (1973) 

2. 168 Joe Smith (1994) 

3. 164 Adrian Branch (1982) 
164 Albert King (1978) 

5. 157 JetrodMustaf(1989) 

6. 149 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

7. 141 Biad Davis (1975) 

8. 136 Steve Hood (1987) 



3-Point Field Goals Att. 

1. 173 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

2. 102 Steve Blake (2000) 

3. 97 Juan Dixon (1999) 

4. 92 Drew Nicholas (2000) 

5. 80 Steve Hood (1987) 
80 Teyon McCoy (1987) 

7. 63 Exree Hipp (1993) 

8. 39 Danny Miller (1999) 



Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made 



1. 395 Joe Smith (1994) 

2. 355 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

3. 353 John Lucas (1973) 

4. 346 Adrian Branch (1982) 

5. 327 Albert King (1978) 

6. 302 JerrodMustaf(1989) 

7. 290 Steve Hood (1987) 

8. 270 Exree Hipp (1993) 



68 Joe Smith (1994) 

14 Adrian Branch (1982) 

92 Greg Manning (1978) 

87 Keith Booth (1994) 

82 Brad Davis (1975) 

65 AIBunge(1958) 

62 Steve Hood (1987) 

60 Buck Williams (1979) 



3-Point Field Goals Made Free Throw Attempts 



59 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

37 Steve Blake (2000) 

36 Juan Dixon (1999) 

36 Teyon McCoy (1987) 

35 Steve Hood (1987) 

31 Diew Nicholas (2000) 

20 Extee Hipp (1993) 

14 SarunasJasikevicius(1995) 



Field Goals Made 

253 John Lucas (1974) 

245 Joe Smith (1995) 

3. 236 JerrodMustaf(1990) 

235 Tom McMillen (1972) 

5. 234 Juan Dixon (2000) 

222 EmestGraham(1979) 

218 Lonny Baxter (2000) 

211 LenBias(1984) 



229 Joe Smith (1994) 

149 Adrian Branch (1982) 

149 Keith Booth (1994) 

109 Buck Williams (1979) 

108 Greg Manning (1978) 

100 Brad Davis (1975) 

95 Steve Hood (1987) 

89 Lonny Baxter (1999) 



3-Point Field Goals Att. 

135 Juan Dixon (2000) 

129 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 

99 Laron Profit (1997) 

95 Danny Millet (2000) 

94 Steve Blake (2001) 

94 Exree Hipp (1994) 

88 0uaneSimpkins(1994) 

83 Terrell Stokes (1997) 



Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made 



1. 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 

2 495 John Lucas (1974) 

3. 454 Ernest Graham (1979) 

4. 446 JerrodMustaf(1990) 

5. 428 Tom McMillen (1972) 

6. 424 Joe Smith (1995) 
424 Jay McMillen (1965) 

8. 420 Adrian Branch (1983) 



1. 209 Joe Smith (19951 

2. 197 Tom McMillen (1972) 

3. 134 Jim O'Brien (1971) 

4. 133 Jim Halleck (1957) 

5. 127 JetrodMustaf(1990) 

6. 118 Adrian Branch (1983) 

7. 114 Keith Booth (1995) 

8. 113 Juan Dixon (2000) 



3-Point Field Goals Made Free Throw Attempts 



1. 49 Juan Dixon (2000) 

2. 40 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 

3. 38 OuaneSimpkins(1994) 

4. 37 Steve Blake (2001) 

5. 35 Laron Profit (1997) 

6. 34 Diew Nicholas (2001) 
34 Danny Miller (2000) 

8. 32 Teyon McCoy (1988) 



282 Joe Smith (1995) 

241 Tom McMillen (1972) 

187 Lonny Baxter (2000) 

174 Jim Halleck (1957) 

171 Jim O'Brien (1971) 

165 Adrian Branch (1983) 

164 Keith Booth (1995) 

164 JerTodMustaf(1990) 



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701 Len Bias (1985) 

674 Albert King (1980) 

654 Juan Dixon (2001) 

616 Tom McMillen (1973) 

605 WillHetzel(1969) 

579 Steve Francis (1999) 

561 Lonny Baxter (2001) 

537 Terence Morris (2000) 



Scoring Average 

23.3 Will Hetzel (1969) 
21,7 Albert King (1980) 
21,2 Tom McMillen (1973) 
20,9 Bob Kessler (1955) 

19.6 Derrick Lewis (1987) 

19.5 John Lucas (1975) 
18,9 Len Bias (1985) 

18.7 WaltWilliams(1991) 

Rebounds 

363 Buck Williams (1981) 

318 Will Hetzel (1969) 

293 Terence Morris (2000) 

290 Len Elmore (1973) 

286 Lonny Baxter (2001) 

284 Tom McMillen (1973) 

271 Gary Ward (1965) 

253 Larry Gibson (1978) 

Rebound Average 

12.2 Will Hetzel (1969) 

11.7 Buck Williams (1981) 
11.2 Len Elmore (1973) 

11.8 Bob Eicher (1962) 

11.6 Al Bunge (1959) 

11.0 Bob Kessler (1955) 

10.4 Gary Ward (1965) 

10.1 Rod Horst( 1969) 



RECORDS 



Assists 

204 Keith Gatlin (1986) 

172 Rudy Archer (1988) 

162 Duane5impkins(1995) 

154 Kevin McLinton (1992) 

152 Steve Francis (1999) 

149 Terrell Stokes (1998) 

136 Ernest Graham (1980) 

132 Brad Davis (1977) 

Steals 

1. 95 Juan Dixon (2001) 

95 Steve Francis (1999) 

3. 87 Laron Profit (1998) 

85 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

53 Terence Morris (2000) 

47 Kevin McLmton (1992) 

43 Ernest Graham (1980) 

42 Albert King (1980) 



Blocked Shots 



114 Derrick Lewis (1987) 

71 Terence Morris (2000) 

57 Larry Gibson (1978) 

55 Lonny Baxter (2001) 

49 Cedric Lewis (1990) 

37 Obinna Ekezie (1998) 

36 Laron Profit (1998) 

33 Len Bias (1985) 

33 Ben Coleman (1983) 



field Goals Made 

1. 275 Albert King (1980) 

2, 274 Len Bias (1985) 

3. 250 Tom McMillen (1973) 

4, 233 Will Hetzel (1969) 

5. 232 Juan Dixon (2001) 

6. 219 Lonny Baxter (2001) 

7, 205 Steve Francis (1999) 

8, 203 Steve Sheppard (1976) 



3-Polnt Field Goals Att. 

164 Teyon McCoy (1990) 

151 Juan Dixon (2001) 

131 SarunasJasikevicius(1997) 

122 Rudy Archer (1988) 

120 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

117 Laron Profit (1998) 

116 Steve Francis (1999) 

105 Duane5impkins(1995) 



Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made 



1, 527 Will Hetzel (1969) 

2. 519 Len Bias (1985) 

3. 497 Albert King (1980) 

4. 480 Juan Dixon (2001) 

5, 468 Bob Kessler (1955) 

6, 427 Tom McMillen (1973) 

7. 412 Laron Profit (1998) 

8, 406 Terence Morris (2000) 



162 Keith Booth (1996) 

153 Len Bias (1985) 

139 Will Hetzel (1969) 

134 Obinna Ekezie (1998) 

131 Bob Kessler (1955) 

130 Jerry Greenspan (1962) 

128 Juan Dixon (2001) 

124 Steve Francis (1999) 



3-Point Field Goals Made Free Throw Attempts 



1, 64 Teyon McCoy (1990) 

2, 62 Juan Dixon (2001) 

3, 48 RudyArcher(1988) 

4, 45 Steve Francis (1999) 
45 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

6, 42 SarunasJasikevicius(1997) 

7, 40 DuaneSimpkins(1995) 

8, 35 Terence Morris (2000) 



214 Keith Booth (1996) 

206 Lonny Baxter (2001) 

200 Obinna Ekezie (1998) 

197 Len Bias (1985) 

182 BuckWilliams(1981) 

177 Derrick Lewis (1987) 

171 Will Hetzel (1969) 

167 JerryGreenspan(1962) 



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213 Terrell Stokes (1999) 


1. 270 Adrian Branch (1985) 1 


240 WaltWilli3ms(1992) 




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175 Kevin McLinton (1993) 


2. 267 Len Bias (1986) 2 


156 Matt Roe (1991) 


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135 Greg Nared (1989) 


3, 256 WaltWilliams(1992) 3 


151 SarunasJasikevicius(1998) 


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4, 19,9 John Lucas (1976) 


135 Mickey Wiles (1970) 


4. 233 John Lucas (1976) 4 


135 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


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5, 19,5 Keith Booth (1997) 5 


124 Dutch Morley (1982) 


5, 232 Albert King (1981) 5 


113 Keith Gatlin (1988) 




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6, 19,4 Tom McMillen (1974) 6 


121 Bob Bodell (1973) 


6. 214 Tom McMillen (1974) 6 


100 DuaneSimpkins(1996) 


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7 18,5 Evers Burns (1993) 7 


120 ErnestGraham(1981) 


7, 211 Evers Burns (1993) 7 


99 Mario Lucas (1996) 


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8. 18,1 Adrian Branch (1985) 8 


118 Duane5impkins(1996) 


8, 206 Tony Massenburg (1990) 


99 Greg Nared (1989) 


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Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made 


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i 42 HEs 


1, 412 Len Elmore (1974) 1 


110 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


1. 542 Walt Williams (1992) 1 


213 Keith Booth (1997) 


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2, 336 Bob Kessler (1956) 2 


68 Laron Profit (1999) 


2, 529 Adrian Branch (1985) 2 


209 Len Bias (1986) 


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3, 321 Tom Roy (1975) 3 


67 Terrell Stokes (1999) 


3, 491 Len Bias (1986) 3 


175 WaltWilliams(1992) 


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4. 314 Tony Massenburg (1990) 4 


64 Keith Booth (1997) 


4, 469 Gene Shue (1954) 4 


174 Bob Kessler (1956) 


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5 277 Terence Morris (2001) 5 


60 WaltWilliams(1992) 


5, 462 Albert King (1981) 5 


145 Tony Massenburg (1990) 


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6, 269 Ben Coleman (1984) 6 


47 Evers Bums (1993) 


6, 456 John Lucas (1976) 6 


143 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


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269 Tom McMillen (1974) 7 


46 Kevin McLinton (1993) 


7, 437 Keith Booth (1997) 7 


131 Adrian Branch (1985) 


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8, 258 Rod Horst (1970) 


46 Greg Nared (1989) 


8. 417 Evers Bums (1993) 8 


125 Bob Everett (1955) 


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Rebound Average I 


(locked Shots 


3-PointField Goals Made 




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776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


1, 14,7 Len Elmore (1974) 1 


143 Cedric Lewis (1991) 


1, 89 WaltWilliams(1992) 1 


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2, 743 


Len Bias (1986) 


2, 14,0 Bob Kessler (1956) 2 


79 Terence Morris (2001) 


2, 60 SarunasJasikevicius(1998) 1 


297 Keith Booth (1997) 


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3, 671 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


3, 12,6 Al Bunge (1960) 3 


58 Larry Gibson (1979) 


3, 56 Keith Gatlin (1988) 2 


263 Bob Kessler (1956) 




4, 654 


Gene Shue (1954) 


4, 11,1 Tom Roy (1975) 4 


55 Derrick Lewis (1988) 


4. 48 Matt Roe (1991) 3 


242 Len Bias (1986) 


126 


5. 624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


5, 10,7 Bob McDonald (1961) 5 


42 Ben Coleman (1984) 


5, 45 DuaneSimpkins(1996) 4 


231 Walt Williams (1992) 




6. 559 


Albert King (1981) 


6, 10,4 Bob Everett (1955) 6 


37 Tony Massenburg (1990) 


6, 42 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 5 


201 Tony Massenburg (1990) 




7, 557 


John Lucas (1976) 


7, 10,1 Tony Massenburg (1990) 7 


36 Chris Kerwin (1993) 


7. 34 Mario Lucas (1996) 6 


191 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


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Tony Massenburg (1990) 


8, 10,0 Tom McMillen (1974) 8 


35 Obinna Ekezie (1999) 


34 John Johnson (1989) 7 


182 Bob Everett (1955) 


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SWISTIULLEADERS 






Scoring 




Rebounding 




Field Goal Pet. 


Year 


Leader 


Pts.-Avg. 


Year 


Player 


Rbs.-Avg. 


(ISO attempts minimum) 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404-15.0 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


336-14.0 


Year 


leader 


1951-52 


not available 


— 


1956-57 


JimHalleck 


195-7.5 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


1952-53 


GeneShue 


508-22.1 


1957-58 


Al Bunge 


265-9.1 


1951-52 


not available 


1953-54 


GeneShue 


654-21.8 


1958-59 


Al Bunge 


241-10.5 


1952-53 


GeneShue 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487-20.3 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


289-12.6 


1953-54 


GeneShue 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490-20.4 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279-10.7 


1954-55 


not available 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342-13.2 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


235-9.4 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


184-8.8 


1956-57 


JohnNacincik 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311-14.8 


1963-64 


Rick Wise 


185-7.1 


1957-58 


Nick Davis 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383-16.6 




Gary Ward 


103-7.4 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347-13.4 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


271-10.4 


1959-60 


PaulJelus 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380-15.2 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


241-9.6 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365-17.4 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


195-8.1 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327-13.0 


1967-68 


JayMcMillen 


195-8.1 


1962-63 


Connie Carpenter 


1964-65 


JayMcMillen 


512-19.7 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


318-12.2 


1963-64 


Jackie Clark 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430-17.2 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


258-9.9 


1964-65 


JayMcMillen 


1966-67 


JayMcMillen 


392-16.3 


1970-71 


Barry Yates 


224-8.6 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360-15.0 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


351-11.0 


1966-67 


Rich Drescher 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605-23.3 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


290-11.2 


1967-68 


Will Hetzel 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


428-16.5 


1973-74 


Len Elmore 


412-14.7 


1968-69 


Rod Horst 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389-15.6 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


321-11.1 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 




Jim O'Brien 


342-16.3 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


249-8.9 


1970-71 


Charlie Blank 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667-20.8 




Larry Gibson 


157-9.8 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616-21.2 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


228-8.4 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564-20.1 


1977-78 


Larry Gibson 


253-9.0 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


469-19-5 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


323-10.8 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557-19.9 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242-10.1 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338-13.0 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


363-11.7 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 




Steve Sheppard 


309-16.2 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


213-7.3 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


423-15.5 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


242-8,1 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499-16.6 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


269-8.4 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674-21.7 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


251-6.8 


1980-81 


Buck Williams 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559-18.0 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


224-7.0 


1981-82 


Charles Pittman 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442-15.2 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


248-9.5 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541-18.7 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


237-7.6 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491-15.3 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


226-7.8 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701-18.9 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


314-10.1 


1985-86 


Tom Jones 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743-23.2 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


233-8.3 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510-19.6 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


206-7.1 


1987-88 


Brian Williams 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466-15.0 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


249-8.9 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481-16.6 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


321-10.7 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609-18.5 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


362-10.7 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498-17.8 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


233-7.8 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 




Walt Williams 


318-18.7 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


253-7.9 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776-26.8 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott 


236-7.4 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518-18.5 


1998-99 


Terence Morris 


242-7.1 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582-19.4 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


308-8.8 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708-20.8 


2000-01 


Lonny Baxter 


286-7.9 


1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


502-16.7 








1997-98 


Terence Morris 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


624-19.5 








1998-99 


Terence Morris 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


506-15.8 








1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579-17.0 








2000-01 


Lonny Baxter 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


630-18.0 












2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


654-18.2 













.469 
.506 

.421 
.470 
.463 
.443 
.470 
.453 
.437 
.447 



.463 
.445 
.423 
.480 
.532 
.473 
.549 
.585 
.553 
.606 
.553 
.597 
.580 
.583 
.643 
.647 
.611 
.571 
.608 
.530 
.551 
.602 
.600 
.550 
.529 
.527 
.516 
.506 
.522 
.578 
.478 
.550 
.523 
.551 
.533 
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Free Throw Pet. 




128 





Year 


Leader FT 


Pet 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


772 


1951-52 


not available 


— 


1952-53 


GeneShue 


700 


1953-54 


GeneShue 


789 


1954-55 


not available 


— 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


767 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


764 


1957-58 


Charles IVIcNeil 


762 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


783 


1959-60 


PaulJelus 


842 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


873 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


816 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


749 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


803 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


818 


1965-66 


JayMcMillen 


792 


1966-67 


JayMcMillen 


787 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


721 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


813 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


781 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


784 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


817 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


844 


1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


786 


1974-75 


John Lucas 


836 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


828 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


784 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


863 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


857 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


908 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


821 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


780 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


762 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


767 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


862 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


864 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


790 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


770 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


790 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


776 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


837 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


781 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


822 


1993-94 


DuaneSimpkins 


784 


1994-95 


DuaneSimpkins 


841 


1995-96 


DuaneSimpkins 


845 


1996-97 


SarunasJasikevicius 


742 


1997-98 


SarunasJasikevicius 


759 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


830 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


790 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


865 



Assists 

Year 

1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1884-85 
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 
2000-01 



Steals 



Leader 

Mickey Wiles 
Jim O'Brien 
Howard White 
John Lucas 
John Lucas 
Brad Davis 
Brad Davis 
Brad Davis 
Greg Manning 
Dutch Morley 
Ernest Graham 
Ernest Graham 
Dutch Morley 
JeffAdkins 
Keith Gatlin 
Keith Gatlin 
Keith Gatlin 
Teyon McCoy 
Rudy Archer 
Greg Nared 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
DuaneSimpkins 
DuaneSimpkins 
DuaneSimpkins 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 
Steve Blake 
Steve Blake 



Blocked Shots 



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 
2000-01 



Leader 

Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Buck Williams 
Charles Pittman 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Cedric Lewis 
Cedric Lewis 
Cedric Lewis 
Chris Kerwin 
Chris Kerwin 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Keith Booth 
Obinna Ekezie 
Obinna Ekezie 
Terence Morris 
Lonny Baxter 
Terence Morris 



Ast.-Avg. 

135-5.2 
70-3.3 
93-2.9 
178-5.9 
159-5.7 
134-4.6 
165-5.9 
132-4.9 
74-2.6 
128-4.3 
136-4.4 
120-3.9 
128-4.3 
121-4.0 
148-4.6 
221-6.0 
204-6.4 
111-4.3 
172-5.5 
135-4.8 
149-4.5 
123-4.4 
91-5.4 
154-5.3 
154-5.3 
136-4.5 
162-4.8 
118-4.4 
143-4,5 
149-4.7 
213-6.3 
217-6.2 
248-6.9 



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 

143-5.1 
31-1.1 
30-1.1 
93-3.1 
97-2.9 
23-0.8 
33-1.1 
37-1.2 
77-2.3 
79-2.3 
79-2.2 



Year 


Leader 


StI.-Avg. 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


27-1.4 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26-1.0 


1978-79 


Dutch Morley 


43-1.4 


1979-80 


Dutch Morley 


64-2.1 


1980-81 


Ernest Graham 


42-1.4 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


33-1.1 


1982-83 


JeffAdkins 


23-0.8 


1983-84 


Adrian Branch 


29-1.0 


1984-85 


Adrian Branch 


45-1.2 


1985-86 


Derrick Lewis 


37-1.1 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


38-1.5 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


45-1,5 


1988-89 


Greg Nared 


46-1,6 


1989-90 


Walt Williams 


67-1.7 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


42-1,5 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


60-2,1 


1992-93 


Johnny Rhodes 


71-2,5 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


78-2,3 


1994-95 


Johnny Rhodes 


85-2,5 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


110-3.7 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


64-2.0 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


87-2.7 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


95-2.8 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


96-2,7 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


95-2.6 





KRPKOTt: Sfei'e i\a^e is hoping to join Brad Davis, Keith Gatlin, Duane Simpl<ins and Terrell Stokes as Maryland point guards to lead the club in assists for three consecutive seasons. 




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TEAHRECORDS 



All ieaiom ore reflected by a iingle year (i.e., 1950-51 
ii mdkated as 1951). Statistical records except for wins 
artd losses ore since 1951, except for the following: 
three-point records are since 1987: assists records are 
since 1970: blocks and steals records are since 1 977. 

Single Season 

Most Games Played 

37 in 1985 (25 wins, 12 losses) 
36 in 2001 (25 wins, mosses) 
35 in 2000 (25 wins, 10 losses) 

Highest Win Percentage 

.844(27-5), 1972 
.828(24-5), 1975 
.824(28-6), 1999 
.824(14-3), 1926 
.821 (23-5), 1974 

Lowest Win Percentage 

.000(0-16), 1914 
.000(0-2), 1905 
.045 (1-21), 1941 
.125(2-141,1945 
.167(1-51,1919 

Highest Home Court Win Pet. 

1.000(16-01,1995 
1.000 (16-0), 1980 
1.000 (14-0), 1972 
1.000(11-0), 1928 
.938 (15-1), 2000 
.929 (13-1), 1999 

Most Wins 

28 in 1999 
27 in 1972 
26in1995 
25 in 2001 
25 in 2000 
25 in 1985 

Most Losses 

21 in 1941 
20 in 1989 
18 in 1969 
18 in 1950 
18 in 1949 

Most Consecutive Wins 

14 (began vs. Washington & Lee on Jan. 15, 1932; 

ended by No. Carolina on Feb. 19, 1932) 
1 1 (began vs.Howard on Nov.26, 1996:ended by Geor- 
gia on Dec. 30, 1996) 
1 1 (began vs. E. Carolina on Nov 29, 1975; ended by 

Wake Forest on Jan. 10, 1976) 
1 1 (began vs. Duke on Feb 2, 1 973; ended by NC State 

on March 9, 1973) 
10(beganvs.MichiganonDec.2,2000;endedbyNo. 

Carolina on Jan.10,2001) 
10 (began vs.WrCarolina on Nov. 14, 1998;ended by 

Kentucky on Dec. 12, 1998) 
10 (began vs. Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 24, 1984; 

ended by Ga.Tech on Dec. 28, 1984) 



10 (began vs. Ball St,onNov.30,1976;ended by Wake 

Forest on Jan. 8, 1977) 
10 (began vs. Brown on Nov. 29, 1972; ended by NC 

State on Jan. 14, 1973) 

Most Consecutive Losses 

22 (began vs.Duke on March l,1940;ended vs.Wash- 
ington College on Feb.22, 1941) 

Most Consecutive ACC Wins 

Overall: 11 (began vs.Duke on Feb.2,1974;ended by 

ClemsononJan.22, 1975) 
Season: 9 (began vs. Wake Forest on Jan. 19,2000; 

ended by Virginia on March 3, 2000) 

Most Consecutive Home Wins 

Overall: 24 (began vs. UMES on Nov 30, 1979; ended 



Most Points Allowed 

2,605 in 2001 (36 games) 
2,563 in 1990 (33 games) 
2,514 in 1995 (34 gamesl 

Highest Scoring Average Allowed 
Per Game 

84.1 in 1969 (2,188 in 26 games) 
79.53 in 1978 (2,227 in 28 games) 
79.50 in 1993 (2,226 in 28 games) 

Lowest Scoring Average Allowed 
Per Game 

46.5 in 1952(1, 116in 22 games) 

52.6 in 1951 (1,420 in 27 games) 
54.3 im953 (1,256 in 23 games) 



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MostField Goals Made 


Season: 16 (twice,all of 1980 and 1995) 


1,120 in 2001 (36 gamesl 


Most Consecutive Hon-League 


1,089 in 1973 (30 gamesl 
1,049 in 1974 (28 gamesl 


Home Wins 


1,044 in 1999 (34 gamesl 


77 (began vs. Alcorn St. on Dec. 30, 1 989; still current 


1,038 in 1985 (37 gamesl 


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Most Field Goals Attempted 


Most Home Games Without 


2,313 in 2001 (36 games) 


Consecutive Losses 


2,151 in 2000 (35 games) 


116 (began Feb24, 1993 vs. NCState;still current en- 


2,108 in 1999 (34 games) 


tering the 2001 -02 season) 


2,094in 1973 (30 games) 




2,080 in 1995 (34 games) 


Most Overtime Games 




4 in 1998 


Highest Field Goal Pet. 


4 in 1965 


.551 in 1980 (985 of 1,789) 




.547 in 1975 (1,049 of 1,918) 


Most Overtime Periods 


.539 in 1984 (941 of 1,745) 


7 in 1984 


.537 in 1976 (996 of 1,854) 




.532in 1981 (943 of 1,774) 


Most lOO-Point Games 




8 in 1975 


Most Free Throws Made 


8 in 1974 


697 in 1995 (34 games) 




633 in 1990 (33 games) 


Most Consecutive lOO-Point Games 


622 in 2001 (36 games) 


4 in 2001 ( 1 23 vs. Norfolk State, 1 1 7 vs. Chicago State, 


616 in 1997 (32 games) 


105 vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 104 at Clemson) 


601 in 1999 (34 gamesl 


Most Points Scored 


Most Free Throws Attemptec 


3,067 in 2001 (36 games) 


987 in 1995 (34 gamesl 


2,946in 1995 (34 games) 


904 in 1997 (32 gamesl 


2,873 in 1999 (34 games) 


894 in 2001 (36 gamesl 


2,747 in 1990 (33 games) 


893 in 1990 (33 games) 


2,683 in 2000 (35 games) 


858 in 1958 (29 games) 


Highest Average Points Per Game 


Highest Free Throw Pet. 


89.9 in 1975 (2,607 in 29 games) 


.758 in 1976 (477 of 6291 


88.2 in 1976 (2,469 in 28 gamesl 


.757 in 1975(5090(6721 


87.1 in 1973 (2,613 in 30 gamesl 


.751 in 1982(4760(6341 


86.7 in 1995 (2,946 in 34 gamesl 


.747 in 1960 (399 of 5341 


85.7 in 1974 (2,400 in 28 gamesl 


.7460 in 1974 (376 of 504) 




.7455 in 1972 (586 of 786) 



Highest Average Scoring Margin 

18.1 points in 1999(84.5-66.4) 
16.7 points in 1974 (85.7-69.0) 
15.3 points in 1975(89.9-74.61 
13.9 points in 1976(88.2-74.31 
12.9 points in 1973 (87.1-74.21 



Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 

205 in 2001 (36 gamesl 
195 in 2000 (35 games) 
195 in 1988 (31 games) 
185 in 1996 (30 games) 
184 in 1999 (35 games) 



Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

553 in 2000 (35 games) 
544 in 1996 (30 gamesl 
540 in 2001 (36 gamesl 
508 in 1995 (34 gamesl 
504 in 1999 (34 gamesl 

Highest }-Point Field Goal Pet. 

.461 in 1987 (122 of 290) 
.430 in 1988 (195 of 451) 
.396 in 1990(100 of278) 
.380 in 2001 (205 of 540) 
.365 in 1999 (184 of 504) 

Most Rebounds 

1,478 in 2001 (36 games) 
l,388in 1972 (32 games) 
1,368 in 1974 (28 games) 
1,367 in 1995 (34 games) 
1,361 in 1973 (30 games) 

Highest Average Rebounds Per Game 

49.1 in 1955 (1,178 in 24 games) 
48.9 in 1974 (1,368 in 28 games) 
48.3 in 1956 (1,158 in 24 games) 
45.4in 1973 (1,361 in 30 games) 

45.2 in1970(1,174in 26 games) 

Most Assists 

692 in 2001 (36 games) 
674 In 1999 (34 games) 
667 in 2000 (35 games) 
641 in 1995 (34 gamesl 
602 in 1998 (32 gamesl 

Highest Average Assists Per Game 

19.8 in 1999 (674 in 34 gamesl 
19.2 in 2001 (692 in 35 gamesl 
19.1 in 2000 (667 in 36 gamesl 

18.9 in 1995 (641 in 34 gamesl 
18.8 in 1998 (602 in 32 games) 

Most Blocked Shots 

235 in 2000 (35 games) 
213 in 2001 (36 gamesl 
202 in 1999 (34 gamesl 
185 in 1991 (28 gamesl 
181 in 1985 (37 games) 

Most Steals 

431 in 1999 (34 games) 
355 in 2000 (35 gamesl 
329 In 1996 (30 gamesl 
322 in 2001 (36 gamesl 
303 in 1994 (30 gamesl 

Most Personal Fouls 

713 in 2001 (36 games) 
704 in 1990 (33 games) 
672 in 1999 (34 games) 



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lUHRECORDS 



Single Game 

Most Points Scored 

138 vs. Morgan State (138-72), 12-23-94 
132 vs. North Texas(132-57),12-23-98 
130vs.EastCarolina(130-106),12-7-77 
128vs.Canisius(128-103),12-23-78 
127vs.EastCarolina(127-84),ll-29-75 
127 vs. Brown (127-82), 12-1-72 

Most Points Scored In A Half 

85 vs.Morgan State, 12-23-94 

Largest Margin of Victory 

75vs.NorthTexas(132-57),12-23-98 
67 vs.Western Carolina (113-46), 11-14-98 
66vs.lVlorganState(138-72),12-23-94 
66vs.Md.-EasternShore(117-51),2-27-87 
64vs.DePauw(113-49),12-12-74 

Most Points Scored In A Loss 

111vs.Duke(llM14),2-10-90 
100vs.NCState(100-103),3-9-74 

Most Points Scored By An Opponent 

114atNC State (91-114),2-27-91 
114vs.Duke(llM14),2-10-90 
110vs.NCState(124-n0),12-20-78 
108vs.NCState(109-108),3-l-78 
107 at North Carolina (87-107),2-l-69 

Fewest Points Scored 

28 vs. NC State (28-40), 3-5-82 
31 vs.South Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 
36 at West Virginia (36-39),12-15-51 
37atNCState(37-53),2-14-59 

38 vs. NC State (38-52), 2-24-82 
40atVirginia(40-45),l-12-82 
40 at Duke (40-36), 1-9-82 
40vs.Duke(40-49),2-16-51 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

39 vs.Wake Forest (41 -80), 2-28-63 

36 vs. North Carolina (66-102), 3-12-93 
35 vs. UCLA (70-105), 3-18-00 
35 vs. Indiana (64-99), 3-14-81 
35 vs. North Carolina (70-105), 1-30-71) 

Fewest Points Scored By An 
Opponent 

25 vs.Washington & Lee (51-25),2-4-54 

30 vs. South Carolina (31-30),1-9-71 
31vs.UMBC(67-31),12-4-96 

31 vs. Duke (64-31), 1-7-59 
32vs.AU-PuertoRico(82-32),11-26-98 

32 vs.Santa Clara (53-32), 12-22-73 

33 vs.Boston College (58-37), 12-30-73 
33 vs. Richmond (42-33),2-21-51 




36 vs.UNC Wilmington (74-36), 12-27-97 
36 at Duke (40-36), 1-9-82 

Most Points Scored By Both Teams 

236 vs. East Carolina (130-106), 12-7-77 
234 vs. NC State (124-1 10), 12-20-78 
231 vs.Canisius (128-103), 12-23-78 
225v5.Duke{111-114),2-10-90 
217vs.NCState(109-108),3-l-78 

Most Field Goals Made 

55 vs.Canisius, 12-23-78 
55vs.Brown,ll-29-72 
52 vs.East Carolina, 12-7-77 
51 vs.Boston U., 12-8-75 

51 vs.Virginia,3-2-74 

Fewest Field Goals Made 

6vs.SetonHall,12-30-41 

Most Field Goal Attempts 

99vs.Canisius,12-23-78 
97 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 
93 vs.Long Island, 1-23-73 
93 vs. George Washington, 1 2-4-71 
93 vs. Miami-Ohio, 12-29-70 

Fewest Field Goal Attempts 

18 vs.South Carolina, 1-9-71 

Highest Field Goal Percentage 

.833vs.SouthCarolina(15-18),l-9-71 
.739 vs.Wake Forest (34-46), 1-28-86 
.732 vs.NC State (30-41), 12-20-80 
.704vs.Miami-0hio(50-71),12-28-79 
.667 vs.Western Carolina (46-69), 1 1-14-98 
.631 vs. UMES (41-65), 2-17-86 

Most Free Throws Made 

41 vs.Morgan State, 12-23-94 
40 vs. North Carolina, 3-8-58 
35 vs. Lafayette, 12-23-96 
35 vs. Oklahoma, 1-12-93 
35 vs. North Carolina, 1-10-90 

Most Free Throws Attempted 

67 vs.Morgan State, 12-23-94 
57 vs. North Carolina, 1-3-53 

52 vs. Oklahoma, 1-12-93 
50vs.Lafayette,12-23-97 
47 vs. Bucknell, 12-22-76 

Fewest Free Throws Attempted 

several times (last vs. Georgia Tech, 2-6-93) 

Highest Free Throw Percentage 

1.000 vs. HolyCross(19-19),l-21-85 
.966 vs. Duke (28-29), 2-7-76 
.950 vs. Duke (19-20), 2-2-80 



.938 vs. North Carolina (15-16), 2-7-95 
.932 vs. North Carolina (28-31),l-27-73 

Lowest Free Throw Percentage 

.000 vs.Wake Forest (0-l),2-28-73 

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 

11 vs.Georgia Tech, 1-3-96 
llvs.American,12-23-95 
11 vs. American, 12-30-94 

Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

31 vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 

Most Rebounds 

74 vs. Penn State, 12-2-64 
68 vs. Chicago State, 12-2-96 
67 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 
65 vs. Bucknell, 12-22-76 
64 vs. North Texas, 12-23-98 

Most Assists 

37 vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 
37 vs. North Texas, 12-23-98 
36 vs. Brown, 11 -29-72 
35 vs. Brown, 12-1-71 
34vs.Morgan State, 12-23-94 

Most Blocked Shots 

17vs.UMES,2-27-87 

17 vs.Georgia Tech, 12-10-75 

16vs. UMES, 12-1-88 

14vs.Tulane,ll-19-99 

14vs. North Carolina,2-13-99 

14vs. South Carolina,11-14-97 

14vs. James Madison, 1-28-87 

Most Steals 

24vs.Pittsburgh,ll-28-98 

22vs.UCLA,ll-26-98 

22 vs. UNCAsheville, 12-22-97 

21atAU-PuertoRico,11-26-98 

20 vs. South Carolina State, 12-27-98 

Most Personal Fouls 

44vs.William& Mary, 2-16-52 

Fewest Personal Fouls 

7 vs. Buffalo, 1-25-72 

Most Overtime Periods 

3 vs. Clemson on Feb. 18, 1984 (W,66-65) 
3 vs. Rhode Island on March 7, 1979 (W, 67-65) 
3 vs. NC State on March 1, 1978 (W, 109-108) 
3 vs. NC State on Feb. 15, 1958 (L, 69-64) 
3 vs. Memphis State on Dec. 30, 1957 (L, 47-46) 




Johnny Rhodes helped the Terps to a record 
138 points in Dec. 23, 1994. 




Derrick Lewis and the Terps blocked a record 
17shotsonFeb.27,1987. 



nRPHOTt: Tlie Terps shot 62.3 percent from the floor against Virginia last season at Cole, but it wasn't enough to crack the top field goal percentage games in Maryland history. 



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Largest Margin of Victory 




Rk. 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


Largest Margin of Defeat 




ff*. 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


18. 


+50 


atAU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 


82-32 


Rk. 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


+75 


North Texas(12-23-98) 


132-57 




+50 


Chicago State (12-2-96) 


94-44 


1. 


-63 


at Army (3-1-44) 


22-85 


2. 


+67 


Western Carolina (11-14-98) 


113-46 




+50 


Md.-Eastern Shore (2-25-88) 


101-51 


2. 


•53 


at Bainbridge Navy (1-24-44) 


25-78 


3. 


+66 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 


138-72 


21. 


+49 


Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 


106-57 


3. 


-44 


atSetonHall(12-30-41) 


15-59 




+66 


Md.-Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 


117-51 


22. 


+48 


Stony Brook (12-6-00) 


107-59 


4. 


-39 


vs.Wake Forest (2-28-63) 


41-80 


5. 


+64 


DePauw (12-12-74) 


113-49 


23. 


+47 


Florida International (11-25-97) 


117-70 


5. 


-38 


at West Virginia (12-14-46) 


43-81 


6. 


+63 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 




+47 


Towson State (12-12-94) 


120-73 




-38 


at Navy (1-28-33) 


21-59 


7. 


+62 


Chicago State (12-27-00) 


117-55 


25. 


+46 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


7. 


-37 


at Cincinnati (2-2-49) 


33-70 


8. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


26. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 




-37 


vs.South Carolina (2-24-33) 


28-65 


9. 


+59 


Fairleigh Dickinson (11-22-99) 


104-45 


27. 


+44 


Norfolk State (12-23-00) 


123-79 


9. 


-36 


vs.North Carolina (3-12-93) 


66-102 


10. 


+58 


UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


110-52 




+44 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 


10. 


-35 


vs.UCW(3-18-00) 


70-105 


11. 


+57 


DePauw (12-3-75) 


99-42 


29. 


+43 


Johns Hopkins(11-26-83) 


108-65 




-35 


vs. Indiana (3-14-81) 


64-99 


12. 


+55 


Md.-Eastern Shore(11-26-91) 


115-60 




+43 


East Carolina (11-29-75) 


127-84 




-35 


at North Carolina (1-30-71) 


70-105 


13. 


+53 


Towson State (2-21-85) 


91-38 


31. 


+41 


Lafayette (12-23-96) 


108-67 












+52 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-30-00) 


105-53 


32. 


+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 










15. 


+52 


Coastal Carolina (1-2-00) 


100-48 




+40 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 












+52 


Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 


113-61 




+40 


Boston University (12-8-75) 


122-82 










17. 


+51 


Cornell (11-27-93) 


92-41 




+40 
+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 
at Clemson (12-4-53) 


99-59 
81-41 











OVMIMEGAMCS 



AII-TimelnOT:41-43 


By Site 


By Decades 




Home: 19-17 


, 1950s:6-ll 




Cole Field House: 17-16 


1960s: 7-10 




Away: 16-14 


1970s: 10-6 




NeutralSites:6-12 


1980s: 10-5 




By Tournament 


1990s: 6-8 




ACCTournament:4-6 


2000s: 0-3 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


Overtime games 


we incomplete priorto 19i3. 



Date 

Jan. 27, 2001 
Nov. 29, 2000 
March 4, 2000 
Dec. 7, 1999 
Jan. 24, 1999 
March 7, 1998 
Jan. 14, 1998 
Dec. 4, 1997 
Nov. 14, 1997 
Dec. 30, 1996 
Jan. 20, 1996 
Jan. 6, 1996 
March 11, 1995 
Nov. 26, 1993 
Jan. 18, 1992 
March 2, 1991 
Feb. 10, 1990 
Jan. 17, 1989 
Feb. 20, 1986 
March 15,1985 
Jan. 14, 1985 
Dec.25,1984 
Feb. 18, 1984 
Feb. 8, 1984 
Feb. 4, 1984 



Opponent 

Duke 

vs. Wisconsin" 

at Virginia 

Winthrop 

at Clemson 

vs. North Carolina' 

North Carolina 

at Clemson 

vs.South Carolina' 

vs. Georgia" 

NC State 

North Carolina 

vs.North Carolina' 

at Georgetown '' 

Florida State 

at Virginia 

Duke 

Virginia 

at North Carolina 

vs.Miami-OH'- 

Duke 

vs. Iowa" 

at Clemson 

at Wake Forest ' 

at Georgia Tech 



Result 

96-98 
75-78 
87-89 
W 76-65 
W 81-79 
73-83 
W 89-83 
65-78 
72-76 
65-73 
W 77-74 
86-88 
92-97 
W 84-33 
83-91 
W 78-74 
111-114 
58-64 
W 77-72 
W 69-68 
W 78-76 
W 78-68 
W 66-65 
L 87-90 
L 70-71 



Date OT 

March 11,1983 
Dec. 23, 1982 20T 
Feb. 27, 1982 
Jan. 12, 1982 
Jan. 27, 1981 
Jan. 17, 1981 
Feb. 28, 1980 
March 7, 1979 30T 
Jan. 10, 1979 20T 
Dec. 29,1978 
March 1,1978 30T 
Feb. 16, 1978 
Feb. 5, 1977 
Jan. 8, 1977 
Nov.27,1976 
March 4, 1976 
Jan. 25, 1976 
March 9, 1974 
March 1,1972 
Feb 16, 1972 
March 6, 1971 
Feb23,1971 
Jan. 9, 1971 
Jan. 15, 1968 
Dec. 22, 1967 
Jan. 14, 1967 
Jan. 11, 1967 
Feb 7, 1966 
Jan. 15, 1966 
Jan. 14, 1965 
Jan.8,1965 
Dec. 19, 1964 
Dec. 12, 1964 
Jan. 6, 1964 
Dec. 11, 1962 
Dec. 12, 1961 



20T 



20T 



Opponent 

vs. Georgia Tech' 

UCU 

Virginia 

at Virginia 

at Pittsburgh 

Clemson 

vs. Georgia Tech' 

Rhode Island ' 

at NC State 

St. Joseph's' 

vs. NC State* 

at Pittsburgh 

at Duke 

Wake Forest 

Notre Dame 

vs. Duke' 

at North Carolina 

vs. NC State' 

Wake Forest 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

at Clemson 

South Carolina 

at Clemson 

vs. Southern Illinois' 

Duke 

at West Virginia 

at Wake Forest 

at NC State 

at Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Kansas 

West Virginia 

South Carolina 

NC State 

NC State 



Result 

L 58-64 

W 80-79 

W 47-46 

L 40-45 

W 69-66 

W 68-62 

W 51-49 

W 67-65 

W 82-81 

W 62-56 

W 109-108 

L 86-89 

W 65-64 

L 85-86 

L 79-80 

W 80-78 

L 93-95 

L 100-103 

W 64-56 

W 79-77 

W 89-84 

L 45-51 

W 31-30 

L 93-94 

L 72-73 

L 69-72 

W 82-81 

W 86-78 

L 58-60 

W 93-85 

W 67-65 

L 61-63 

L 73-80 

L 69-73 

L 74-76 

L 68-73 



Date OT 

Dec.6,1961 20T 
Feb 25, 1961 
Feb 26, 1960 20T 
Feb 20, 1960 
Feb 10, 1959 
Dec.15,1958 
March 7, 1958 
Feb 15, 1958 30T 
Dec. 30, 1957 30T 
Feb5,1957 20T 
Jan. 21, 1956 
March 3, 1955 
Feb.25,1955 
Dec. 10, 1954 
March 5, 1954 
Feb 13, 1954 
Jan. 9, 1954 
March 6, 1953 
Feb3,1953 
Jan. 8,1953 
Feb 19, 1951 
Feb 20, 1932 
Feb 1927 



20T 



20T 



Opponent 

Georgetown 

Clemson 

Clemson 

George Washington 

George Washington 

at Kentucky 

vs. Duke' 

at NC State 

vs. Memphis State' 

North Carolina 

at Georgetown 

vs.Virginia ■ 

at Georgetown 

Wake Forest 

vs.Wake Forest ■ 

at Navy 

at Georgetown 

vs.Wake Forest ' 

at George Washington 

at Richmond 

Clemson 

at Duke 

Virginia 



Result 

L 78-79 

W 82-80 

W 66-59 

W 86-84 

L 65-66 

L 56-58 

W 71-65 

L 64-69 

L 46-47 

L 61-65 

W 62-57 

L 67-68 

W 57-49 

L 58-62 

L 56-64 

W 61-60 

L 56-58 

L 59-61 

L 62-63 

W 63-60 

W 54-50 

W 20-18 

W 29-28 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh, NX. (Reynolds Coliseum): 2-ACC Touma- 
menl at Raleigh. N. C. (Reynolds Coliseum): 3-Sugor Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans, la. (loyolaFieldHouse):4-Sun Carnival Tournament at El Paso, Texas 
(Memorial Gymnasium): S-ACCToumamenlatOreensboro,N.C(Creensbom 
Coliseum):6-ACCTournamentatiandoverMd(Copital Centre): 7-Maryland 
Invitational at College Pork, Md (Cole field House): 8-National Invitation 
Tournament at College Park, Md (Cole Field House): 9-ACC Tournament at 
4 tianta, Go. (Omni): lO-at Greensboro, N. C. (Greensboro Coliseum): I / -Rain- 
bow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii IBIoisdell Center): 12-NCAA Tournament at 
Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena): U-alLandover,Md ICapilal Centre): 14-Black 
Coaches Assoc Classic at Minneapolis, Minn. ( Target Center): 15-ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise (Bradley Center) 




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lOO-POINIGAMES 



Maryland's 
100-Point 
Games 

Total 100 Point Games: 95 
Most in a Season: 

8(1974-75:1973-74) 

Most Consecutive 1 00-Polnt Games: 

4(2000-01) 

2000-01(6) 

102-67 Virginia, 3-3-01 

104-92 at Clemson, 1-2-01 

105-53 UMES, 12-30-00 

117-55 Chicago State, 12-27-00 

123-79 Norfolk State, 12-23-00 

107-59 Stony Brook, 12-6-00 

1999-00(2) 

100-48 Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
104-45 Fairleigh Dickinson, 11 -22-99 

1998-99 (M 

107-87 Florida State, 1-27-99 

104-70 SaCarolina State, 12-27-98 

132-57 NorthTexas,12-23-98 

113-46 Western Carolina, 11 -14-98 






1997-98(1.) 


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110-52 UNC-Asheville, 12-22-97 


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104-66 UMBC, 12-13-97 


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117-70 Fla. International, 11 -25-97 


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102-74 Mt. St. Mary's, 11 -22-97 


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1996-97(2) 


103-73 vs.Pennsylvania,l-21-97 


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108-67 Lafayette, 12-23-96 



1993-96(3) 

118-55 DelawareState,1-17-96 
104-66 Md.-Eastern Shore, 12-28-95 
104-79 American, 12-23-95 

199ii-95(S) 

138-72 Morgan State, 12-23-94 

120-73 Towson,12-12-94 

113-53 Colgate, 12-8-94 

102-77 UMBC, 12-5-94 

102-64 Bucknell, 12-3-94 

199}-9ii(2) 

102-70 NC State, 1-22-94 
109-71 vs.Towson, 12-23-93 



1992-93(3) 

109-69 Howard, 1-2-93 
!,»», 103-63 Morgan State, 12-26-92 
''•m^.' 103-80 UMBC, 12-1-92 




1991-92(2) 

101-91 WestVirginia, 12-7-91 
115-60 UMES 11-26-91 

1990-91(1) 

104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 

1989-90(5) 

113-61 UMBC, 2-22-90 

111-114 Duke (OT), 2-10-90 

110-91 Alcorn State, 12-30-89 

104-86 vs. George Mason, 12-22-1 

105-74 Augusta College, 11-27-8! 

1987-88(1) 

101-51 UMES,2-25-88 

1986-87(1) 

117-51 UMES,2-27-87 



1983-8'. (3) 



102-77 vs.WestVirginia,3-17-84 
104-69 UMES, 12-14-83 
108-65 Johns Hopkins, 11 -26-83 

1982-83(2) 

101-90 atDuke,2-21-83 
106-94 North Carolina, 2-16-83 

1980-81(2) 

114-89 Marshall, 12-29-80 
109-83 Fairleigh Dickinson, 12-10-! 



1979-80(3) 

101-82 Duke,2-2-80 
115-76 Miami-OH, 12-28-79 
113-79 Catholic, 12-10-79 

1978-79(3) 

128-103 Canisius, 12-23-78 
124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 
107-97 Bucknell, 11 -24-78 

1977-78(2) 

109-108 vs. NC State (30T), 3-1 -7i 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 

1976-77(1) 

106-72 Bucknell, 12-22-76 

1975-76(7) 

105-91 Wake Forest, 2-25-76 
Duke, 2-7-76 
NC State, 1-28-76 
Long Island, 1-3-76 
Seton Hall 12-29-75 
Boston U„ 12-8-75 
East Carolina, 11 -29-75 



102-91 
102-84 
111-88 
104-69 
122-82 
127-84 



1971.-75(8) 

104-87 E.Tennessee, 3-1 -75 

103-82 at Duguesne, 2-23-75 

104-80 at Duke, 2-8-75 

103-85 NC State, 1-16-75 

105-67 Georgia Tech, 12-27-74 




113-49 DePauw, 12-12-74 
104-71 vs. Georgetown, 12-10-74 
106-81 Richmond,11-18-74 

1973-71.(8) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT), 3-9-74 

105-85 vs. North Carolina, 3-8-74 

110-75 Virginia, 3-2-74 

104-83 Duke,2-2-74 

112-73 Fordham, 1-17-84 

102-75 Holy Cross, 12-29-73 

115-83 Georgetown,12-11-73 

106-57 Eastern Kentucky, 12-5-73 

1972-73(1.) 

100-73 Long Island, 1-23-73 

105-76 Wake Forest, 1-22-73 

107-80 at Canisius, 12-9-72 

127-82 Brown, 11-29-72 

1971-72(5) 

100-69 Niagara, 3-25-72 

103-67 Western Kentucky, 12-29-71 

102-79 at Holy Cross, 12-22-71 

117-96 at G.Washington, 12-4-71 

100-83 at Brown, 12-1-71 

1970-71(2) 

111-77 Miami, 12-29-70 
109-70 Buffalo, 12-5-70 

1969-70(1) 

103-85 Clemson, 2-23-70 

1965-66(2) 

107-92 WestVirginia,2-12-66 
107-81 at G.Washington, 1-27-66 

1959-60(1) 

103-80 Yale, 1-4-60 

Opponents' 
100-Point 



7o/in lucfls p\a</ei in 27 games in which Maryland scored more than 100 
points from 1972-73 through 1975-76. 



Games 



TotallOO-Point Games: 31 
MostinaSeason:5(1990-91) 
Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 

2(1992-93; 1978-79; 1977-78; 1969-70) 

1999-00(1) 

70-105 vs.UCLA,3-18-00 

1998-99(1) 

91-103 at Kentucky, 12-12-98 

1997-98(1) 

72-104 vs. Duke, 1-3-98 



1995-96(1) 

78-100 at Florida State, 2-10-96 

1991.-95(2) 

91-100 at Georgia Tech, 2-4-95 
90-100 at North Carolina, 1-7-95 

1992-93(3) 

66-102 vs. North Carolina, 3-1 3-93 
85-105 at Florida State, 1-13-93 
73-101 at North Carolina, 1-9-93 

1990-91(5) 

91-114 at NC State, 2-27-91 

81-101 atDuke,2-9-91 

104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 

73-105 at North Carolina, 1-9-91 

85-100 vs.Boston College, 12-3-90 

1989-90(2) 

84-104 vs. Duke, 3-9-90 
111-114 Duke(OT),2-10-90 

1987-88(1) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech, 2-1 7-88 

1978-79(3) 

79-102 vs. North Carolina, 3-2-79 
128-103 Canisus, 12-23-78 
124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 

1977-78(3) 

109-108 vs.NCState(30T),3-l-78 
90-101 at G.Washington, 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 

1973-71.(1) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT), 3-9-74 

1972-73(1) 

89-103 vs. Providence, 3-17-73 

1970-71(2) 

76-100 North Carolina, 2-17-71 
70-105 at North Carolina, 1-30-71 

1969-70(2) 

68-101 South Carolina, 12-15-69 
87-104 Wake Forest, 12-13-69 

1968-69(1) 

87-107 at North Carolina, 2-1 -69 

1963-61.(1) 

72-104 Duke, 2-8-64 



lERPNOTt: Maryland had four consecutive 100-point games in 2000-0 1, and six overall. But f/ie record for a single season is eight - in 1973-74 and 1974-75. 




^ p*^ 



eiGUT CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAHCNT5 



200I FINAL FOUR 



HmLAi'SYEAR-By«STATISTI(S 









/—TOTAL—/ 




/— 3PT— / 


















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 






YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.pa 


FGM-FGA 


.pa 


FTM-FTA 


.pa 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


RE6S 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 






1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 


— 


— 


450-663 


.679 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1412-52.3 






_ 1951-52 


stats not available 


























1245-59.0 






1 1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 


— 


— 


432-698 


.617 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1406-61.1 






r 1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


— 


— 


532-787 


.648 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1959-65.3 








1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 


— 


- 


447-682 


.657 




— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


1178-49.0 


1573-65.5 








1955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


— 


— 


500-744 


672 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1158-48.3 


1600-66.7 




1956-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


— 


— 


486-679 


.716 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 








1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 


— 


— 


590-858 


.688 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 








1958-59 


23 


502-1262 


.398 


— 


— 


361-545 


.655 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 








1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


.418 


— 


— 


399-534 


.747 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 








1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


.424 


— 


— 


491-659 


.745 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1143-44.0 


1747-67.2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


— 


— 


474-644 


.736 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1082-43.3 


1748-69.9 






1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


— 


— 


337-496 


.679 


— 


— 


— 


332-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 


1909-73.4 








1965-66 


25 


705-1535 


.459 


— 


— 


381-560 


.680 


— 


— 


— 


449-18 


— 


— 


1107-44.3 


1791-71.6 




1966-67 


25 


637-1448 


.439 


— 


— 


350-479 


.730 


— 


— 


— 


378-5 


— 


— 


884-35.3 


1624-64.9 








1967-68 


24 


653-1678 


.389 


— 


— 


346-519 


.667 


— 


— 


— 


457-21 


— 


— 


1058-44.1 


1652-68.8 








1968-69 


26 


782-1842 


.425 


— 


— 


485 


657 


.738 


— 


— 


— 


487-15 


— 


— 


1068-41.1 


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 


— 


— 


1361-45.4 


2613-87.1 






1973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


,510 


— 


— 


376 


504 


.746 


450 


— 


— 


492-10 


— 


— 


1368-48.9 


2400-85.7 


O 

O 


■ 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 


— 


— 


509 


672 


.757 


413 


— 


— 


535-18 


— 


— 


1261-43.5 


2607-89.9 


1 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 


.537 


— 


— 


477 


629 


.758 


397 


— 


— 


562-20 


— 


— 


1126-43.5 


2469-88.2 


r 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


— 


— 


415 


566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


— 


— 


1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


o 




1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 


— 


— 


433 


599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


— 


— 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


2 




1978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 


— 


— 


430 


600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


— 


— 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


> 

7Z 




1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 


— 


— 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


— 


— 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


> 




1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 


— 


— 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


— 


— 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


— 


— 


476 


634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


— 


— 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


CT 

^ 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 


— 


— 


496 


724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


— 


— 


1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 




L 1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 


— 


— 


509 


702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 


— 


— 


1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


5 


P 


1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 


- 


- 


526 


708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


- 


- 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


> 




1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 


— 


— 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


— 


— 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 




1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


r 
1 




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 


H 




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 


X 




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 


in 




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 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 





1992-93 


28 


813-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


2235-79.8 


90 


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 


9 




1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 








1995-96 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 


* 




1996-97 


32 


836-1800 


.465 


118-378 


.312 


616-904 


.691 


518 


112 


274 


600-18 


346 


793 


1226-38.3 


2406-75.2 


133 




1997-98 


32 


908-1969 


.461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


602 


158 


275 


637-28 


369 


793 


1271-39.7 


2520-78.8 






1998-99 


34 


1044-2108 


.495 


184-504 


.365 


601-857 


.701 


674 


202 


431 


672-7 


417 


835 


1343-39.5 


2873-84.5 


^^^ 




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 


■|H| 




2000-01 


36 


1120-2313 


.484 


205-540 


.380 


622-894 


.696 


692 


213 


322 


713-10 


543 


935 


1478-41.1 


3067-85.2 


H 



I[DPNOT£: Maryland's 85. 2 points per game last season was second in the Gary Williams era to an 86. 7 average in I99S. 




Mk 



EIGHT COM5ECUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



200I FINAL FOUR 



OPPON[NTVy[AI!-By-Y[AKTATISTI(S 




/—TOTAL—/ 
GP FGM-FGA 



/— 3PT— / 
.PQ FGM-FGA .PG 



FTM-FTA .Pn AST 



PF-DQ 



OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-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-na 


— 


— 


— 


594-888 


668 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 


stats not available 


























1486-61.9 


1955-56 


24 


509-1470 


346 


— 


— 


537-733 


732 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


977-40.7 


1555-64.8 


1956-57 


26 


553-1414 


391 


— 


— 


484-729 


661 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


940-36.2 


1590-61.5 


1957-58 


29 


583-1687 


352 


— 


— 


497-735 


676 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1031-35.6 


1671-57.6 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


369 


— 


— 


408-584 


697 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


814-35.4 


1296-57.6 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


397 


— 


— 


343-490 


700 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


795-34.6 


1407-56.3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


384 


— 


— 


473-679 


697 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1119-43.0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


419 


— 


— 


405-679 


649 


— 


— 


— 


489- 


— 


— 


1115-44.6 


1805-67.6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


460 


— 


— 


276-624 


697 


— 


— 


— 


336- 


— 


— 


879-41.9 


1504-71.6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


455 


— 


— 


509-396 


692 


— 


— 


— 


462-14 


— 


— 


1145-44.0 


1964-75.5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


415 


— 


— 


417-735 


714 


— 


— 


— 


490-23 


— 


— 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


405 


— 


— 


415-584 


706 


— 


— 


— 


454-11 


— 


— 


1029-41.2 


1711-68.4 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


467 


— 


— 


340-588 


714 


— 


— 


— 


393-7 


— 


— 


928-37.1 


1628-65.1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


437 


— 


— 


434-476 


701 


— 


— 


— 


419-12 


— 


— 


1188-49.0 


1744-73.9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


465 


— 


— 


472-619 


725 


— 


— 


— 


488-18 


— 


— 


1225-47.1 


2188-84.1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


449 


— 


— 


421-651 


680 


— 


— 


— 


472-13 


— 


— 


1082-41.6 


1945-74.7 


1970-71 


26 


743-1625 


457 


— 


— 


422-619 


703 


308 


— 


— 


544-24 


— 


— 


1056-40.6 


1908-73.4 


1971-72 


32 


843-1933 


436 


— 


— 


417-600 


687 


302 


— 


— 


607-30 


— 


— 


1040-32.5 


2107-65.8 


1972-73 


30 


947-2023 


449 


— 


— 


332-607 


686 


363 


— 


— 


598-23 


— 


— 


1043-34.8 


2226-74.2 


1973-74 


28 


798-1993 


400 


— 


— 


335-484 


705 


278 


— 


— 


513-11 


— 


— 


1066-38.1 


1931-69.0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


441 


— 


— 


331-475 


694 


355 


— 


— 


634-28 


— 


— 


999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


444 


— 


— 


346-477 


708 


307 


— 


— 


575-25 


— 


— 


1024-36.6 


2080-74.3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


436 


— 


— 


393-489 


722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 


— 


— 


978-36.2 


2001-74.1 


1977-78 


28 


906-2001 


453 


— 


— 


415-612 


678 


363 


60 


227 


563-14 


— 


— 


1057-37.7 


2227-79.5 


1978-79 


30 


912-1923 


474 


— 


— 


416-601 


692 


402 


99 


240 


576-17 


— 


— 


1036-34.5 


2240-74.7 


1979-80 


31 


926-1952 


474 


— 


— 


374-534 


700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 


— 


— 


1000-32.3 


2226-71.8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


473 


— 


— 


406-582 


698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 


— 


— 


954-30.8 


2164-69.8 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


468 


— 


— 


372-548 


679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 


— 


— 


802-27.7 


1704-58.8 


1982-83 


29 


808-1783 


453 






425-634 


670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 


— 


— 


1022-34.1 


2141-71.4 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


462 


— 


— 


373-537 


694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


— 


— 


996-31.1 


2151-67.2 


1984-85 


32 


981-2136 


459 


— 


— 


440-637 


691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 


— 


— 


1222-33.0 


2404-65.0 


1985-86 


33 


873-1820 


480 


— 


— 


420-575 


730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 


— 


— 


1017-30.0 


2166-65.6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


479 


113-245 


.561 


336-491 


684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73.3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71.8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74.2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


429 


175-490 


.357 


566-811 


698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77.7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


447 


161-465 


.346 


427-631 


677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79.4 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


470 


164-440 


.373 


467-729 


641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78.9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


443 


163-446 


.313 


437-661 


661 


521 


170 


203 


544-17 


408 


694 


1186-42.4 


2226-79.5 


1993-94 


30 


798-1846 


432 


168-526 


.319 


433-640 


640 


448 


145 


213 


632-17 


367 


687 


1148-38.3 


2197-73.2 


1994-95 


34 


923-2098 


440 


241-685 


.352 


427-651 


656 


511 


573 


220 


727-34 


398 


647 


1142-33.6 


2514-73.9 


1995-96 


30 


780-1730 


451 


195-537 


.363 


533-731 


729 


429 


155 


195 


594-21 


321 


693 


1114-37.1 


2288-76.3 


1996-97 


32 


752-1857 


405 


195-601 


.325 


437-654 


668 


425 


122 


229 


669-29 


335 


666 


1092-34.1 


2136-66.8 


1997-98 


32 


799-1957 


408 


220-667 


.330 


488-740 


660 


421 


113 


233 


638-33 


398 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-72.1 


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 


1296-37.0 


2386-68.2 


2000-01 


36 


888-2196 


404 


242-705 


.343 


587-829 


708 


444 


598 


144 


738-10 


507 


792 


1299-36.1 


2605-72.4 



KRPNOTt: Maryland opponents have been held to 40.8 percent shooting or lower for five consecutive seasons. 




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e/GUT CONSeCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCMTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 



mmimmm 



m 



Game-by-game results foi every Maryland baskerball 
season since 1910-11 Maryland was known as Mary 
land Agricultural College until 1915, and as Maryland 
State College from 1916-1919 Maryland's conferenceaf- 
filjations: Atlantic Coast Conference since 195J-54;and 
the Souihem Conference from 1923-24101952-53. 

An all-college basketball team was formed in 1904- 
OS, and played just two games. Due to a fire in 1912 
which burnt itie armory and college gymnasium, the 
team that was fielded m 1913-14 did not havea regular 
home, practiced only three times all season and lost 16 
games, Another team was not fielded until 1918-19. 

In 1918- 19. Maryland State participated in the Dis- 
trict Inlercollegiaie Basketball League, in which all 
games were played at the Washington YMCA. Another 
season would not be conducted until Maryland opened 
its new facility at The Gymnasium, inside Annapolis Hall. 
in 1923-24 It is considered to be the school's first 'var- 
sity" team- 
Home games were played at The Gymnasium from 
1923-2410 1930-J1,Homegameswere played at Ritchie 
Coliseumfrom 1931-32 to 1954-55. Home games smce 
the 1955-56 season have been played al Cole Field 
House 

Maryland and opponent Aaociaied Press rankings are 
in brockets - AP polls began m 1948-49Jrom 1960-61 
to 1967-68. the Associated Press ranked only the nation's 
top W teams. 
• - indicates conference gomes. 

I90<i-0S 

Record: 0-2 



No teams from 1905-06 through 1909-10 

1910-11 

Record:3-9H:2 3A:l-6 

J8 New York University L 7-25 

111 atGallaudet L iO-S8 

atStdunlonMilildry L 24-58 

at Washington 8r lee I 17-46 

J28 alVMI W 17-14 

J3I Washington 8r tee L 24-29 





alOelawate 


L I4-2J 




Gallaudet 


L 27-54 




at Georgetown 


L 2S-il 




Mount StJoseph's 


W 22-20 




Catholic 


W JS-iO 




at Widener College 


I 19-50 


No teams in 


191 1-1 2 audi 91 21 3 




1913-11. 






Re<ord:0-16H:0-SA:0-11 




J10 


Mount StJosephs 




J14 


at Catholic 




J17 


atMount5l.loseph's 




J2I 


at Gallaudet 


I 1S-79 


J2J 


at St. John's (Annapolis) 


I lO^J 


124 


at Loyola (Md.) 




J28 


at Georgetown 




Jil 


Catholic 




Fi 


atWashinglon&Le« 


I 8-6! 


F4 


atVMI 


L i-»4 


F7 


at St. Johns (Annapolis) 


L 1S-J8 


F1I 


George Washington 




F14 


Gallaudet 




F!l 


Baltimore City College 




F28 


at Widenei College 




M4 


at Delaware 





No teams from 1914- 15 through 1916-17 

1918-19 

Record: 1-5 H;0-OA:0-ON: 1-5 

J18 Gallaudet ' W 27-26 

J25 Catholic' I 7-25 

Fl George Washington' L 11-25 

F15 Gallaudet I 9-33 

M! Catholic' I 12-14 

M8 -George Washington' I 20-55 
1 -at Washington YMCA 

Noteamsfrom 191 9-20 through 1922-23 



y.BURTONSH 


IPLEY 

Z<i Seasons 


a'*^ 4 


f f i 


l9Z)-2<ito 




I9<.6-Ii7 




Rec: 21.3-199 


. / 1 


(onf.: 121.-91 



1923-21. 

Record:5-7H:3-6A:1-ON:1-1 

SC:l-2,11th place 

GeorgeWashinglon W 41-22 

Gallaudet W 42-28 

Catholic L IJ-JO 

FS • North Carolina L 20-26 



•Virgin 



L 13-2 



F9 at Richmond W 24-22 

Catholic L 14-20 

GeorgeWashinglon I 19-20 

■ Washington* lee W 22-21 

VMI I 12-21 

VMt' W 34-19 

F29 Georgia' I 25-29 
l-Souf/recn Conference ToumomenI at AJ!anw. Go. 

l92ii-25 

Record:12-5H:7-2A:4-2N:1-1 

SC: 3-1, 4th place 

•Virginia W 24-18 

at Columbia W 24-23 

at Stevens Institute W 21-19 

at Navy I 16-23 

lafayetle W 30-15 

at Catholic W 18-14 

Stevens Institute W 21-17 

J31 •North Carolina I 16-21 

Gallaudet W 25-14 

Washington College I 16-27 

atPnnceton I 24-38 

City College of NY W 22-16 

■South Carolina W 38-22 

■atVirginia W 36-25 

F26 Alabama ' W 27-21 

F27 NC Stale' I 18-30 

Catholic W 27-17 

hSouthem Conference Toumamem atAtlonIo, Go. 

1925-26 

Record; 14-3 H:10-l A: 4-1 N:0-1 
SC: 7-1, 4th place 

• Washington S lee W 40-27 
atNavy W 21 12 

J12 Richmond W 30-14 

■at VMI W 30-21 

■atWashingtonSlee W 33-20 

•atVirginialech W 19-17 

•atVirginia I 28-34 

F9 • North Caralina W 23-22 

WestVirginia W 25-15 

Duke W 41-20 

•Virginia W 30-21 

Princeton W 32-26 

Gallaudet W 40-13 

Washington College W 30-26 

Stevens Institute I 24-27 

• Virginia Teth W 30-14 
F26 Mississippi' I 19-22 
J-Souttwm Conference Toumoment of Atlanta, Go. 

1926-27 

Record:10 10H:7-2A:3-7N:0-l 
SC; 6-4, 9th place 

atAmerican I 16-21 

• Washington & lee W 44-32 
14 at Michigan I 25-39 

•atVirginia I 17-22 

atNavy I 30-32 

Washington College I 18-22 

•Georgia W 34-33 

Gallaudet W 39-26 

Stevens Institute W 27-18 

F7 • North Carolina W 28-20 

F8 •North Carolina I 23-32 

(9 at Pennsylvania W 26-21 





•alWashinglonSlee 


I 32-34 




•at VMI 


W 32-15 




•Virginia (OTI 


W 29-28 




• at NC State 


I 23-38 




at Washington College 


I 16-21 




Western Maryland 


W 32-25 


fl9 


• at North Carolina 


W 23-19 


IK 


Georgia 


I 22-27 


f -Uiull^ern ConferenceJouinoment of Attonfo.Go. 


1927-28 






Record; 14 4 H: 11-0 A: 3-4 




SC:8-1,3r(lplace(tie) 




D19 


•Washington S lee 


W 38-24 


J12 


•atVirginialech 


W 29-20 


113 


•at Washington & lee 


W 31-28 


114 


•at VMI 


W 23-9 


118 


Gallaudet 


W 45-20 


119 


• Kentucky 


W 37-7 


J20 


at Johns Hopkins 


I 20-22 


J25 


St, John's (Annapolis) 


W 25-22 


J27 


•Virginia 


W 26-20 


J30 


Stevens Institute 


W 31-24 


F4 


atNavy 


I 26-3S 


F8 


at Pennsylvania 


I 26-30 


FIO 


• NC Slate 


W 36-24 


F13 


■atVirginia 


I 12-34 


F17 


Washington College 


W 22-20 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 23-19 


F23 


■Virginia Tech 


W 30-10 


F24 


Western Maryland 


W 30-29 


1928-29 






Record:? 9 H: 3-5 A: 4-3 N: 0-1 




SC:2-5,21st place 




D20 


William & Mary 


W 30-20 


022 


at Pennsylvania 


I 18-30 


19 


Randolph Macon 


I 20-33 


lis 


■atVirginia 


W 30-22 


118 


Johns Hopkins 


I 23-25 


126 


St.JohnS (Annapolis) 


W 20-18 


Fl 


•Virginia 


t 22-25 


F2 


• Washington & lee 


L 22-47 


F4 


•atVirginialech 


L 29-39 


F5 


•at VMI 


W 30-27 


F6 


•at Washington & lee 


I 1842 


F8 


• North Carolina 


I 22-28 


F13 


atNavy 


W 30-27 


F15 


Western Maryland 


W 32-17 


F23 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 19-18 


Ml 


Mississippi ' 


I 35-37 



1 -Southern Conference Tournament at Arlar^ia, 6a. 

1929-30 

Record:16-6H:10-3 A:6-2N:0-1 
SC: 9-5, 10th place 

D13 Williams Mary W 27-23 

19 •Duke L 27-28 

Jil Catholic W 37-30 

J14 •Virginia W 54-20 

J17 Johns Hopkins W 41-24 

J22 atNavy W 43-39 

J25 •Virginia Tech W 44-27 

Fl •NC State L 26-28 

F3 ■ Washington & lee I 25-29 

F6 Western Maryland W 37-18 

F8 •North Carolina W 36-33 

F11 •atVirginialech W 34-23 

F12 •atVMI W 44-25 

F13 •at Washington & Lee L 21-36 

F15 •Virginia W 5129 

F18 •atNCState W 21 19 

F19 •at North Carolina W 2922 

F20 •at Duke L 24-39 

F22 at lohns Hopkins W 39-24 

F22 •VMI W 39-21 

F2S St, Johns (Annapolis) W 42-25 

F28 Kentucky' I 21-26 
J-Sour/iern Conference hornoment of Atlanta. Ga. 

1930-31 

Record;18-4H:10 2 A:4-2N:4-0 
SC: 8- 1, 2nd place, SoCon Tournament chattipion 

J7 Gallaudet W 38-29 

J9 -at VMI W 35-18 

JIO •atWashingtonSlee W 36-21 

IIS -Ouke W 32-24 



J17 Loyola (Md) I 30-33 

J22 at Johns Hopkins W 33-20 

J30 •VMI W 44-20 

131 ■VirginiaTech W 33-16 

F2 •atVirginia I 31-34 

F3 ■ Washington S Lee W 28-17 

F6 at Catholic W 24-21 

FIO -North Carolina W 33-31 

Fll Washington College L 32-33 

F13 •Virginia W 34-21 

F14 Western Maryland W 45-35 

FI7 St,Johns(Annapolis) W 3227 

F21 atNavy L 33-36 

F2S lohns Hopkins W 31-22 

F27 Louisiana State' W 37-33 

F28 North Carolina' W 19-17 

M2 Georgia ' W 26-25 

M3 Kentucky' W 29-27 
1-Soutfiern Conference Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 

1931-32 

Record:16-4H:ll-1 A:5-2N:0-1 
SC: 9-1 , 1 St place (tie), SoCon tegular season co- 
champion 

D30 at Wisconsin L 30-32 

111 Loyola (Md,l I 27-28 
J15 ■ atWashingtonSlee W 42-38 
J16 -atVMI W 43-28 
J20 Navy W 26-15 
J21 •atVirginia W 36-31 
J23 at Johns Hopkins W 33-26 
J26 •VMI W 38-20 
J30 •VirginiaTech W 51-16 
F3 Catholic W 39-34 
F6 •North Carolina W 26-25 
FIO Washington College W 36-16 
F12 Western Maryland W 25-15 
F13 -Virginia W 46-18 
F15 •Washington S lee W 49-19 
F17 StJohn's (Annapolis) W 24-20 
F19 •at North Caralina L 26-32 
F20 •at Duke (OF) W 20-18 
F23 Johns Hopkins W 38-24 
F26 Florida' L 24-39 
l-Soutl>efnConfetencefouFnamenrorAtlonIo,Ga. 

1932-33 

Record:11-9H;10-2 A:1-6N:0-1 

SC: 7-3, 3rd place 

023 Wisconsin I 13-22 

J7 -at Virginia Tech W 40-20 

112 •Duke W 30-28 

113 •atVMI I 29-30 
J14 •atWashingtonSlee 140-43 
118 at lohns Hopkins I 27-37 
121 •VirginiaTech W 37-21 
J25 at Catholic I 27-29 
J28 atNavy I 21-59 
J31 -atVirginia I 19-26 
F3 -North Carolina W 42-29 
F4 Georgia I 36-40 
F8 Washington College W 35-27 
F9 -Virginia W 37-28 
Fll - Washington S Lee W 46-28 
F14 -VMI W 45-29 
F16 StJohns (Annapolis) W 34-22 
F18 Western Maryland W 37-32 
F22 JohnsHopkins W 35-31 
F24 South Carolina' L 28-65 
t-Soolftern Conference Joornament at Paleigti. H.C 
(Heynoldi Colneum) 

1933-31. 

Record: 1 1 -8 H: 9-4 A: 2-3 N: 0-1 

SC: 6- 1,3rd place 

D18 Michigan W 29-25 

D30 Indiana I 17-30 

15 at West Virginia I 24-26 

Jil -Duke W 37-i! 

Jl! -at Virginia iKh W 29-24 

J20 -VirginiaTech W !4-!2 

J24 at Johns Hopkins L 32-35 

126 -atVirginia W 43-20 

130 -North Carolina L 24-28 

f2 Catholic W 33-25 

F3 atNavy L 27-46 

F6 -Vitgina W 28 25 



F9 


Richmond 


I 33-44 


FIO 


Western Maryland 


W 49-33 


fl3 


-VMI 


W 36-27 


F15 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


I 32-37 


F17 


Washington College 


W 44-33 


f21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


Ml 


Washington i lee 


I 37-4S 


l-Southetn Conference lournament at 


Kaleigh. HC. 


{Reynolili Coliseum} 




1931.-35 






Record: 8-10 H: 6-8 A:2-2 




SC: 4-3, 5th place 




D20 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohio State 


W SO-41 


J2 


WestVirginia 


L 2939 


J4 


-South Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


-VMI 


W 39-24 


Jil 


-Ouke 


I 39-48 


J16 


Washington College 


W 43-27 


J18 


-North Carolina 


I 31-39 


J30 


atNavy 


I 36-43 


F2 


•Virginia 


W 44-24 


F9 


Richmond 


I 26-56 


F12 


at Catholic 


I 29-45 


F16 


-Washington 8 lee 


L 29-33 


F20 


-atVirginia 


W 33-32 


F26 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 41-35 


M2 


St- John's (Annapolis) 


L 17-24 


M6 


lohns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


Mil 


Georgetown 


L 24-25 



1935-36 

Record:14-6H:9-3 A:4-2N:M 

SC:4-3,4th place 

J7 -VMI W 44-29 

JIO -atWashingtonSlee I 27-30 

Jil -at VMI W 53-32 

lis atNavy W 32-20 

118 Richmond W 28-24 

121 Baltimore City College W 55-33 

J23 Washington College W 46-34 

125 • North Carolina I 32-44 

J30 Williams Mary W 41-39 

Fl •Duke W 38-34 

F6 -Virginia W 40-34 

FIO at West Virginia L 26-51 

HI - Washington S Lee L 54-55 

FI2 St John's (Annapolis) W 40-28 

F15 Catholic I 29-40 

F18 atWashinglonCollege W 56-30 

F19 JohnsHopkins W 45-40 

F2I at Georgetown W 47-39 

M5 Duke' W 47-35 

M6 Washington S Lee' L 32-38 
1-Soutliern Conference Joornament 01 ftoleiqh, H.C. 
(fleynoldi Coliseaml 

1936-37 

Record: 8-12 H: 7-4 A:1-7N: 0-1 

SC: 5-8. 10th place (tie) 

D17 -at Richmond I 40-51 

J6 JohnsHopkins W 54-31 

» -atWashingtonSlee L 27-51 

)9 -at VMI W 48-28 

J14 Western Maryland W 48-36 

J16 -Duke I 31-34 

J20 Washington College W 41-20 

J23 -Virginia W 37-23 

J28 -atNCState L 33-35 

J29 -at North Carolina L 24-41 

130 -atOoke L 30-34 

F! atNavy L 37-53 

F6 -North Carolina L 35-44 

F9 -WilliailtSMary W 41-29 

F13 -VMI W 45-28 

F18 ■ Washington t Lee I 35-41 

F20 Georgetown L 27-39 

F23 at St John's (AnnapolisI I 37-39 

F24 -NC State W 41-35 

M4 atNCState' I 35-42 
l-iootltern Conference Journoment at floteiqt). N.C 
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l[RPHOTt: Playing without a campus home for games orpraaice, Maryland Agricultural College lost all 16 games it played in 1914. 



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FINAL FOUR 



1937-38 

Recordns 9 HMO-3 A: 4-5 N:l-I 

SC: 6-4, 7th place 

D16 -RichmorKi 

017 Michigan 

J4 at Baltimore City College 

JS Randolph Macon 

)7 'at Washington & Lee 

J8 -alVMI 

J12 atGeotgetown 



J28 • at North Carolina 

J29 -at Duke 

J31 -Virginialech 

F2 at Navy 

F3 New Vork University 

F5 ■ Washington & Lee 

HO -Williams Mary 

Fit -VMI 

F12 Catholic 

F16 atWashington College 

F19 Dickinson College 

F21 Johns Hopkins 

F23 St John's (Annapolis) 

M4 TheCilader 

MS Duke' 

1-Southein (onteren[e Journomenl at ftaleigh, 

f/feyno/tfs Coliseum) 

1938-39 

Record:l5-9H:9-2A:4-6N:2-1 

SC: 8-3, 2<\<S place (tie), SoCon Tournament 

frnalist 

D13 -atRichmond 

DIS -Clemson 

D16 -Davidson 

J4 at Pennsylvania 

J7 at Army 

J11 at Navy 

J13 -Ouke 

Jt4 FJampden-Sydney 

J20 - North Carolina 



L 26-31 
L 26^3 
W 50-32 
W 43-27 
L 29-31 
W 42-27 
L 39-57 
W 40-35 
W 39-23 
L 2443 
L 34^4 
W 42-35 
L 34-37 
L 2742 
W 36-32 
W 45-38 
W 43-33 
W 49-33 
W 43-42 
W 57-27 
W 55-30 
W 38-29 
W 4543 
L 32-35 



Virgin 



It Duke 



L 34-39 
W 45-35 
W 44-27 
L 24-36 
L 25-45 
L 37-47 
W 37-34 
W 34-25 
W 34-32 
W 31-21 
W 60-44 
W 6641 
L 4046 
L 25-39 
W 39-37 
L 49-57 



F3 - at North Carolina 

F4 - at NC State 

F8 Georgetown 

F11 -WashingtonSLee 

F14 -Williams Mary 

F15 at St.lohn's (Annapolis) W 48-20 

F18 -VMI W 53-3S 

F20 at Catholic W 40-38 

F22 at George Washington L 24-37 

F24 Washington College W 47-37 

M2 Richmond ' W 47-32 

M3 at NC State' W 53-29 

M4 Clemson ' L 27-39 

l-Somhern Conference Jaurnamenr at Raleigh, N.C. 

{Reynolds Coliseum) 

1939-iiO 

Record:14-9H:9-2 A:4-6N:1-1 
SC: 7-5, 5th place 

D12 Western Maryland 

D14 Randolph Macon 

Jl -Clemson 

J3 at Pennsylvania 

J4 at Rutgers 

JS at Rhode Island 



-Duke 
-Richmond 
at Georgetown 
-Virginia Tech 
■WashingtonSLee 

- at NC State 

- at Clemson 

-at South Carolina 
•at Duke 
Johns Hopkins 



George Washington 
WashingtonSLee 




ISouttiern Confeieme Journoment i 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 



W 48-32 
W 47-16 
W 53-26 

L 3441 
W 51-39 

L 53-59 
W 32-30 
W 35-19 
W 28-27 
W 4941 

L 25-44 
W 43-36 

L 3048 

L 30-33 

L 3748 
W 49-36 
W 60-33 

L 19-39 
W 46-31 
W 27-25 

L 2644 
W 43 30 

L 32-44 
Raleigh. H.C 



F22 



• Richmond 

at Johns Hopkins 

■Clemson 

at Pennsylvania 

■Duke 

-at WashingtonSLee 

-at VMI 

at Georgetown 

- North Carolina 

■atRichmond 

■at Duke 

■ at North Carolina 

at Navy 

at Virginia 

■WashingtonSLee 

at George Washington 

•WrIllamSMary 

Conneaicut 

■VMI 

Rutgers 

-Virginia Tech 

Washington College 



19ii1-ii2 

Record:7-T5H:4-5A:3-10 

SC: 3-8, 12th place (tie) 

D13 ■atRichmond 

D16 -at Williams Mary 

019 at West Virginia 

030 atSetonHall 

D31 at City College of NY 

J2 at St. John's 

J9 atVJrginia 

JIO -atOuke 

i16 Washington College 

J21 atGeotgetown 

J24 -George Washington 

129 Virginia 

F2 -at VMI 

F3 -atWashington 8 Lee 

F7 -WashingtonSLee 

Fll atNavy 

F13 -VfllliamSMary 

F14 West Virginia 

F18 atArmy 

F20 ■ North Carolina 

F25 -Duke 

F27 -VMI 

19<i2-<i3 

Record: 8 8 H: 5-3 A: 3-5 

SC: 5-5, 9th place 
DIO -Richmond 

Jl • North Carolina 

Virginia 



J13 



at Pennsylvania 

■at WashingtonSLee 

■at VMI 

•at George Washington 

atNavy 

■Duke 

■WashingtonSLee 

at Virginia 

■ at North Carolina 

Georgetown 

■Williams Mary 

■VMI 



L 3648 
L 24-38 
L 3448 
L 3243 
L 26-40 
L 41-59 
L 30-64 
L 34-51 
L 36-55 
L 17-38 
L 1743 
L 2944 
L 27-52 
L 1847 
L 1542 
L 28-61 
L 40-58 
L 43-52 
L 2741 
L 45-50 
L 39-48 
W 26-18 



W 41-23 
L 34-39 
L 36-63 
I 15-59 
L 40-57 
L 48-64 

W 35-34 
L 33-37 

W 28-25 

W 5142 
L 2947 

W 36-26 
L 4146 
L 44-52 
L 28-30 
L 47-61 

W 42-32 
L 2741 
L 3244 
L 30-34 
L 46-64 

W 39-36 



W 32-28 

W 47-40 

W 5349 

I 49-51 

L 40-50 

L 34-35 

L 4348 

W 63-54 

L 40-44 

L 43-46 

W 5535 

W 56-42 

W 40-31 

L 3646 

W 51-36 

L 35-36 



19<i3-i|i> 




Record:4-14H:3-6A:T-7N:0-1 




SC: 2- 1,4th place 




Oil Quantito Marines 


L 33-59 


017 Marshall 


L 39-46 


D21 Bainbridge Navy 


L 20-52 


18 at Virginia 


L 20-52 


J15 ■VMI 


W 43-36 


J22 Hampden-Sydney 


L 43-51 


J24 at Bainbridge Navy 


L 25-78 


J26 Fort Belvoir 


L 29-60 


J29 Catholic 


W 33-31 


F5 Virginia 


L 2649 


F8 at Catholic 


L 33-53 



F9 Woodrow Gen. Hospital W 48-26 

F12 ■atRichmond L 34-65 

F18 at Woodrow Gen. Hospital L 25-35 

F19 ■atVMI W 31-29 

F24 at NC State' L 2342 

F26 atNavy L 35-69 

Ml atArmy L 22-85 
l-Sourtiem Conference Journomenl at Raleigh, U C 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 



Record:2-14H:1-5A;1-8N:0-1 

SC: 2-5, 9th place 

021 Gallaudet 

J5 ■ at North Carolina 

J6 ■at Ouke 

J8 - at NC State 



L 2627 
L 28-53 
L 24-51 
L 32-46 
L 33-70 
W 46-28 
L 34-50 
L 42-57 
L 4243 
L 26-57 
L 27-35 
L 33-61 
W 53-46 

F22 Duke ' L 49-76 

F27 at U.S. Merchant Marines L 41-54 

F28 atArmy L 34-54 

1-Sauthern Conference Tournament at Raleigh, N.C, 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 



Manne Corps Institute 

-NC State 

Hampden-Sydney 

at Virginia 

•at VMI 

Virginia 

•at Williams Mary 



Record: 9-12 H: 8-4 A:1-7N: 0-1 

SC: 5-4, 5th place 

D18 Marine Corps Institute 

D20 Marshall 

D21 Ouantico Marines 

J4 -at Duke 

J5 ■ at NC State 

J7 -at North Carolina 

J16 at Navy 

J19 -NC State 

J2} at Virginia 

J25 ■ Duke 

J26 Hampden-Sydney 

F2 • George Washington 

F8 -North Carolina 

F9 Virginia 

f14 US Merchant Marines 

F16 ■Richmond 

F20 -at Williams Mary 

F23 West Virginia 

F26 at U S Merchant Marines 

F27 at Army 

Ml North Carolina ' 

1-Souihem Confeience Tournament at Ra 

(Reynolds Coliseum) 

Record: 14-10 H: 9-3 A: 5-6 N: 0-1 
SC: 9-5, 5th plate 

014 at West Virginia 

Western Maryland 
Johns Hopkins 
atQuanticoMannes 
•at North Carolina 
• Richmond 
•George Washington 
•at WashingtonSLee 



W 61-46 
L 43-50 
L 47-50 
L 25-59 
W 47-39 
L 28-64 
L 3544 
W 37-33 
L 4548 
W 43-38 
W 35-32 
W 48-35 
L 31-33 
W 37-36 
W 43-39 
W 37-31 
L 3642 
L 33-35 
L 3148 
L 25-52 
L 27-54 



D18 



L 43-81 
W 49-39 
W 41-36 
W 6248 
L 42-58 
L 3941 
W 4443 
W 65-60 
W 5749 
W 61-50 
L 27-55 
W 61-57 
W 59-50 
W 5549 
I 48-63 
L 49-68 
W 5S42 

F18 •Ouke L 38-40 

F19 at U.S. Merchant Marines L 47-73 

F24 atArmy W 57-54 

f26 •The Citadel W 52-40 

Ml •VMI W 5345 

M12 at Pennsylvania L 54-80 

M13 NC State' L 43-55 

l-SourhemConferenceJournament at Ourham,H CiOuke 
Indoor Stadium} 



•at Virginia Tech 
•at VMI 
at Navy 
■ North Carolina 

• Washington & Lee 
Georgetown 

• George Washington 

• at Richmond 
•Virginia Tech 



fLUCIESTCWART i 




3 Seasons 




IQU-liSto 


•.. ■- *■ 


IQlig-SO 


Hi 


Re(.:27-<.8 


m4k 


(onf.: 22-27 



19ii7-ii8 

Record:ll-14H:6-4A:5-9N:0-1 
SC: 9-7, 4th place 

Dll at Western Maryland W 63-58 

D12 Loyola (Md.) L 52-63 

D16 ■Davidson W 59-58 



J31 



■at WashingtonSLee 

■at VMI 

at Johns Hopkins 

■ at North Carolina 
■at Duke 

at Georgetown 
■Clemson 

■ South Carolina 
■VMI 



atArmy 

F7 ■WashingtonSLee 

Fit ■ at George Washington 

F13 ■NorthCarolina 

F16 Virginia 

F19 ■ Richmond 

F21 ■at South Carolina 

F23 ■ at Clemson 

F26 ■at Richmond 

Ml ■George Washington 

M4 Davidson ' 
l-SauthemConfereoceioamamentatDurham, 
Indoor Stadium) 



L 64-70 

W 53-46 

W 64-53 

L 46-70 

L 42-53 

L 40-52 

W 4942 

L 44-64 

L 47-51 

W 68-54 

W 63-48 

I 4448 

W 64-38 

L 49-65 

L 47-51 

L 56-68 

W 60-53 

W 54-53 

W 63-61 

L 62-64 

I 35-59 

L 51-58 



19ii8-'i9 






Record: 9-18 H:4-5 A: 5-11 N:0-2 




SC: 8-7, 7th place 




04 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


D9 


■Virginia Tech 


W 60-51 


Dll 


at Loyola (Md) 


L 75-77 


D13 


■ Richmond 


L 45-54 


016 


Virginia 


L 47-53 


018 


■ Clemson 


W 74-50 


J3 


■at North Carolina 


L 47-55 


J4 


■ Davidson ' 


L 49-52 


J7 


at Virginia 


L 43-79 


JIO 


at Georgetown 


L 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 67-81 


)22 


at Navy 


L 46-52 


J26 


■George Washington 


L 54-66 


J28 


at Miami-OH 


W 4342 


J29 
F2 


atMiami-OH 
at Cincinnati ■ 


L 48-58 
L 33-70 


f4 


•at VMI 


W 5345 


F5 


•at WashingtonSLee 


W 66-60 


F8 


•South Carolina 


W 7949 



Fll -NorthCarolina L 52-66 

F17 Georgerown L 52-56 

F19 -at South Carolina W 57-56 

F20 -at Clemson L 49-68 

f24 -atRichmond W 66-51 

F26 -at George Washington L 43-61 

F28 -VMI W 70-55 

M3 North Carolina i L 61-79 

l-atCharlottesville,Va-(MemaiialCymnasium):2-otOn- 
cinnati, Ohio (f^usic HalDil-Southem Conference Tourna- 
ment at Durham, H. C (Duke Indoor Stadium) 



19<i9 



SO 

7-18 H: 6-6 A: 1-12 

13th place 

-at Virginia Tech 
at Tennessee 
at Virginia 
- Washington S Lee 
at Pennsylvania 
• Clemson 
atNavy 
OhioWesleyan 
-at North Carolina 
■at Ouke 
at Georgetown 
■Williams Mary 
■ at Richmond 
■George Washington 
■at Williams Mary 
■VMI 



■Ouke 

■ South Carolina 
Virginia 

■ Davidson 
■Richmond 

■at South Carolina 

■ at Clemson 



L 57-63 
L 40-61 
L 56-66 

W 65-46 
L 52-54 
L 55-60 
L 6275 
L 71-75 
L 53-55 
L 46-58 

W 71-65 
L 52-56 
L 49-59 
L 51-72 
L 56-64 

W 65-53 
L 56-69 
L 61-62 

W 67-57 
L 56-61 

W 70-S2 

W 64-61 

W 67-48 



6UDMILLIKAN 

Jtf^ I 17 Seasons 

r \ i9jo-sito 

1966-67 

Rec: 2113-182 

(onf.: 130-109 



1950-51 

Record; 16-11 H:10-3 A:5-7 N:l- 
SC:1l-8,8thplace 
01 Virginia 

06 at Pennsylvania 

Oil ■V«lliamSMary 

D13 atVirginia 

D18 ■WashingtonSLee 

D19 Rutgers 

12 ■ at North Carolina 

J6 -atRichmond 

itNavy 



W 59-57 
L 65-74 
W 4841 
W 46-43 
W 5243 
W 5145 
W 67-59 
W 4842 
L 47-51 
W 5847 
L 57-66 
W 56-55 
W 57-55 
L 43-70 
L 44-50 



J13 Georgeti 

J15 -Virginialech 

J20 - North Carolina 

Fl -at Davidson 

F2 -at South Carolina 

F3 - al Clemson 

F7 -at WashingtonSLee L 65-83 

F8 -at VMI W 4641 

F12 ■SouthCarolina W 47-37 

F14 ■WestVirginia L 64-70 

F16 ■Ouke L 4049 

F17 -at William 8 Mary L 50-55 

FI9 - Clemson (OT) W 54-50 

F21 -Richmond W 42-33 

F23 -at George Washington L 47-67 

F24 -VMI W 65-46 

Ml Clemson ' W 50-48 

M2 [8) at NC State' L 45-54 
l-Southern Conference Tournament at Raleigh, H.C- 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 

1951-52 

Record: 13-9 H: 8-1 A: 5-7 N: 0-1 

SC:9-5,6th place (tie) 



atVirginia 

-WashingtonSLee 

at Pennsylvania 

-Williams Mary 

-at West Virginia 

•at VMI 

•at WashingtonSLee 

•at North Carolina 

atNavy 

Virginia 

Georgetown 

at Rutgen 

•NorthCarolina 

-VMI 

-Richmond 

-at Williams Mary 

-at Duke 



F21 atGeotgetown 

F27 -atRichmond 

F29 • George Washingtt 

Ml - Davidson 

M6 112] Ouke' L 48-51 

I'Southern Conference Tournament at Raleigh, H.C. 

(Reynolds Coliseum] 



W 5942 
W 71-51 

L 52-53 
W 54-53 

L 36-39 
W 57-39 
W 5143 

L 47-51 
W 4845 
W 63-53 
W 5540 

L 55-61 
W 71-51 
W 6446 
W 55 45 

L 66-71 

L 51-56 

L 61-71 
W 54-50 

L 56-57 
W 71-48 



1952- 



53 

15-8 H: 8-2 A: 6-5 N:l-1 
2nd place (tie) 

•Williams Mary 

at Pennsylvania 

•WestVirginia 

-at VMI 

-at WashingtonSLee 

- at North Carolina 
atVirginia 

- at Richmond (OT) 
Georgetown 
•Virginia Tech 

• North Carolina 



W 71-61 
W 64-61 

L 53-70 
W 5245 
W 54-37 
W 5840 

L 49-59 
W 59-56 
W 63-60 

L 45-54 
W 6546 
W 68-66 



•at Geo. Washington (20T)L 62-63 



la Tech 



•WashingtonSLee 
•atWilliamSMary 
at Georgetown 



W 70-56 
L 46-49 
W 6741 
W 87-56 
W 79-57 
L 4849 



nCPNOTE: Mar'/land played as part of the Southern Conference between 1923-24and 1952-51 




CIGHT CONSCCUTIV£ NCAA TOURNAMCMTS • 




F21 atNavy L 47-Sl 

F24 • George Washinglon W 66-53 

MS Ouke' W 74-65 

M6 Wake Forest (OT)' L 59-61 

l-Soulhefi} (onferente hurnoment 01 Haleigh. NX. 
(Ueynoldi Cotiieum) 



181 -Duke I 70-82 

[191 atGeorgeWaitiington W 67-46 

■Clemson W 81 -«9 

|5| -alNCState W 71-62 

•at Wake Forest I 60-76 

■atVitginra I 60-7J 

Georgetown W 72-61 



I9S3-S4 






Ml 


1111 


Duke' 


I 69-94 


Record:2J7H:9 2A:H-4N:3- 

ACC: 7-2, 2nd place 




l-mil-mnta fiitiml at College Patk. Mi ICole field 
HouielJ-KCTomamematnaleigh.tlX IfleymldiColi- 


PosBeason:APNo.20 












04 






•at South Carolina 
•at Clemson 


W 53-49 
W 81-41 


1956-57 






OS 






•at Wake Forest 


t 54-71 


Record: 16-10 H: 8-2 A: 5-6 N: 3 2 




08 






at William &Mar> 


W 69-54 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd place 




014 






at West Virginia 


I 71-87 


01 




•at Virginia 


W 67-63 


017 






Virginia Tech 


W 60-52 


06 




Fordham 


L 62-68 


018 






■South Carolina 


W 79-48 


010 




•Wake Forest 


W 59-53 


OiO 






Arizona State ' 


W 65-50 


015 


131 


at Kentucky 


L 5S-76 


Oil 






Evansville ' 


W 66-58 


017 


161 


■at North Carolina 


I 61-70 


12 






at Kentucky Wesleyan' 


W 54-37 


030 




Montana State ' 


W 89-72 


J4 






at Richmond 


W 72 64 


Oil 




New Mexico A&M 


I 43-45 


JS 






•Virginia 


W 70-64 


Jl 




Virginia ' 


W 43-39 


J6 






•Clemson 


W 79-54 


J4 




•at Clemson 


W 59-52 


J9 






at Georgetown lOT) 


I 56-58 


JS 




•at South Carolina 


I 60-68 


Jll 






Richmond 


I 71-73 


J10 


11S1 


•Duke 


W 62 51 


J15 




[71 


George Washington 


W 68-61 


J12 




at George Washington 


W 68-48 


J18 






•at Virginia 


W 70-56 


J14 




■South Carolina 


W 66-59 


J30 


1131 




at Tampa 


W 61-51 


J16 




Georgetown 


W 82-69 


Fl 


1131 




at Miami 


W 63-57 


J19 




■NC State 


W 79-66 


F4 


1131 




at Washington & Lee 


W 51-25 


131 


1191 


■atDuke 


L 60-72 


fS 


[131 




at Virginia Tech 


W 54m 


F2 




George Washington 


W 84-67 


Fll 


1111 




Washington & lee 


W 7fr4i 


FS 


m 


•North Carolina I20T) 


L 61-65 


FIJ 


1111 


1161 


atNavylOT) 


W 61-60 


F12 




•Virginia 


W 85-64 


FIS 


1111 




•Wake Forest 


W 74-53 


F16 




• at NC State 


W 56-49 


F16 


mi 


1141 


•Duke 


L 61-68 


F18 


1171 


•at Wake Forest 


I 58-62 


F18 


nil 




Georgetown 


W 53-50 


F23 




at Navy 


L 55-56 


F2i 


mi 


181 


at George Washington 


L 57-70 


F25 




•Clemson 


W 74-65 


F25 


mi 




William S Mary 


W 74-55 


F27 




at Georgetown 


W 62-59 


M4 


1171 




Clemson ' 


W 75-59 


M7 




Virginia ' 


W 71-68 


M5 


1171 




Wake Forest (OTl' 


L 56-64 


M8 




South Carolina -' 


L 64-74 


)-M 


American City Immommtai Owensbam, Ky-JfiiC 


l.AII.Amen(dnCityTournamentatOweniboto.Ky.:2-ACC 


Journamen 


at ftoieigk NX. Weynoldi (oliietiml 


Tomameni at Raleigh, N.C (Reynolds Colimm} 



IIecord:17-7H:7-2A:7-4N:3-l 

ACC: 10-4, 3rd place 

04 Georgetown W 60-43 

07 1171 •Duke W 49-47 

010 1171 •WakeForestlOTl L 58-62 

014 •atVirginia W 72-69 

017 -at Ouke I 61 68 

018 • at North Carolina W 70-60 

027 Texas Tech' W 58-54 

028 Rhode Island' W 8i-66 
D30 Cincinnati' W 78-61 
J4 (111 -South Carolina W 68-51 
J6 1111 -Vitginia W 78-65 

15 (111 •atClemson W 71-6i 
J10 (111 •at South Carolina W 68-52 
J13 (111 12] •NC State W 68-64 
118 (61 191 al George Washington L 53-75 
J29 181 atNavy W 60-54 
FS 1121 at Williams Mary W 67-62 
f8 nil 161 George Washington L 67-73 
F12 (111 •North Carolina W 63-61 
F15 nil •Clemson W 68-66 
F19 (111 (71 -atNCStale L 58-78 
F21 (111 •alWakeFoiest I 71-75 
F25 117] at Georgetown (2011 W 57-49 
MS (181 Virginia lOTI I 67-68 
}-AII-AmefKanOtyTournamentatOwer}iboro.Ky.;2.ACC 
ToiimamentatRaleigh,N.C (Reynolds Coliseum) 



1957-58 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A: 6-4 N: 6-2 
ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA East Region 3td place, 
APNo,6,UPlNo,6 

D4 George Washington W 64-55 

D7 at Fordham W 61-58 

09 Kentucky W 7162 

D13 •WakeForest W 72-58 

D18 161 Navy W 88-58 

D28 161 Vanderbilt' W 71-56 

030 161 Memphis State (30T)' 146-17 

J3 17] -at South Carolina W 72-59 

J4 |7| ■atClemson I 66-73 

J8 [111 -Duke W 74-19 

Jll [111 131 •North Carolina W 74-61 

J14 181 at Georgetown W 55-45 

J20 181 1201 •NC State I 48-57 

Fl 191 atNavy W 64-51 

F7 181 •atVirginia W 87-66 

F8 181 -at Wake Forest W 74<7 

F13 191 ■Clemson W 72-54 

F15 191 1101 ■ at NC State (301) L 64-69 

F18 1141 ■Virginia W 69-56 

F21 1141 [7| •atOuke L 59-68 

F22 [141 (161 •at North Carolina L 59-66 

F26 [171 Georgetown W 56-46 

Ml (171 •South Carolina W 99-59 

M6 [171 Virginia' W 70-66 

M7 1171 161 DukelOTI' W 71-65 

M8 1171 1131 NonhCarolina- W 86-74 

Mil [61 Boston College' W 86-63 

M14 161 151 Temple' I 67-71 

M15 161 Manhattan' W S9-S5 

l-Sugar Bowl Tournament al New Orleans, La. (Loyola 
FieldHoijsek2ACCIotjmamenlolRol«gh,NX (Reynolds 
Coliseum); INCAAiost Region first Round ol New York. 
N. Y. (Madison Sguare Cardenj; ANXAA fast Regional at 
Cliorlotte.NX iCIiorlotteColiseumI 

1958-59 

Record: 10-13 H:73A:2-8M: 1-2 



029 171 Mississippi State I 45-56 

D30 Loyola (Md.)' W 54-50 

17 •Duke W 64-31 
19 •at South Carolina W 59-41 

110 •atClemson L 46-55 
J14 Georgetown W 61-53 

117 •at Duke L 69-78 
F4 121 •at North Carolina L 57-64 
F7 •atWakeForest L 53 S6 
F10 GeorgeWashingtonlOTI L 65-66 
F14 161 • at NC State L 37 53 
F16 •Clemson W 77-S8 
F18 •atVirginia t 50-62 
F21 HI • North Carolina W 69-51 
F25 at Georgetown W 67 56 
F27 -South Carolina W 75-45 
MS Virginia- L 65-66 
l-lugar Bowl hurnoment al New Orleans. La. (Loyola 
Fieldliouse);2-ACC JoumomentatRoleigk N.C (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 

1959-60 

Record:15 8H:8-2A:7-5N:0l 

ACC: 9-5, 3rd place 

D3 at George Washington W 64-57 

D9 -Virginia W 70-62 

014 Georgetown W 59-48 

D18 -WakeForest L 47-54 

D28 [91 Indiana ' L 63-72 

D29 Fordham' W 76-54 

J4 Vale WlOi-80 

18 ■South Carolina W 8S-52 
J13 atGeorgetown L 51-66 
J16 -atOuke W 56^8 
J18 ■NC State W 63-53 
J20 at Navy W 51-50 
F3 1171 -NorthCarolma L 66-75 
F6 -atWakeForest L 64-65 
FIO •atVirginia W 44-43 
F13 •atNCState L 46-48 
F15 •Clemson W 70-55 
F18 -Duke W 71-61 
F20 GeorgeWashington(OT) W 86-84 
F23 -at North Carolina L 64-81 
F26 -at Clemson (2 OTI W 66-59 
F27 -at South Carolina W 72-55 
Mi atNCState L 58-74 
1-8lueGrassfestivalatLoumlle,Ky(KentuckyStotefair. 
grounds Pavilion); 2-ACC hurnoment at Raleigh, NX 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 

1960-61 

Record: 14-12 H: 9-2 A:3-8N:2-2 
ACC: 6-8, 5th place 

Dl Penn State W 64-47 

03 -atVirginia W 57-52 

06 GeorgeWashington W 80-68 

DIO at Minnesota W 64-53 

D14 1121 atGeorgetown W 78-67 

017 1121 -WakeForest L 60-72 

029 [111 NonhCarolina' t 57-81 

030 1101 atNCState' I 67-75 
D31 Wyoming ' W 84-77 
17 -South Carolina W 72-58 

111 Georgetown W 55-47 
J14 (81 -atDuke L 62-70 
116 [71 -North Carolina L 52-58 

118 Navy W 63-62 
121 -NC State W 75-57 
F2 151 -at North Carolina L 56<i 
F4 -atWakeForest L 69-78 
FIO -atClemson L 59-76 
Fll -at South Carolina L 61-64 
Fli -atNCState L 66-83 
F16 131 -Duke W 76-71 
F18 at George Washington L 44-61 
F22 -Virginia W 77-62 
F25 •ClemsonlOTl W 82-80 
M2 Clemson- W 91-75 
M3 WakeForest- L 76-98 
lOixieOassicarRaleigh,N.CIReynoldsColisevm);2-ACC 
tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum] 

1961-62 

Record:8 17H:4-6A:4-8N:0-3 

ACC: 3-11, 7iti place 



030 




Louisville 


L 64-83 


029 




at Miami 


L 7i 80 


13 




at George Washington 


W 67-56 


14 




-NorthCarolma 


W 76^8 


16 




-South Carolina 


L 77-86 


18 




■at Clemson 1201) 


W 67-65 


J10 




atGeorgetown 


W 83-70 


19 




•at South Carolina 


W 75-70 


113 


(101 


■atDuke 


L 68-84 


113 




Navy 


W 77-58 


116 




GeorgeWashington 


W 81-67 


114 




•atWakeForest (01) 


W 93-85 


120 




■atNCState 


L 61-68 


116 




•atNCState 


L 67-73 


122 




at Miami 


W 71-68 


J30 




• at North Carolina 


W 91-80 


Fi 




atNavy 


L S8-67 


Fl 


noi 


•atDuke 


L 64-82 


F6 




•North Carolina 


W 79-62 


FIO 




at West Virginia 


W 86-78 


F9 




•at South Carolina 


L 68-85 


Fli 




at Georgetown 


W 85-67 


FIO 




• at Clemson 


L 61-73 


F17 




■Virginia 


W 52-47 


Fli 


[71 


■Duke 


L 53-79 


F20 




atNavy 


W 70-57 


F17 




■atWakeForest 


L 78-81 


F2i 


151 


■Duke 


W 85-82 


F19 




■at North Carolina 


L 67-70 


F26 




■Clemson 


W 88-71 


F21 




■Virginia 


L 68-72 


F27 




■South Carolina 


W 73-59 


F24 




■Clemson 


L 68-75 


M4 




Clemson ■ 


W 61-50 


Ml 


181 


Duke' 


L 58-71 


M5 




atNCState' 


L 67-76 


l-Sugar 


Bowl hurnoment at New Otieans. La (Loyola 


1 -Miami, fh. (Miami Beach Convention Center); 2-ACC 


fieldHo 


sel;2-ACcrournamemalRoleigh,N 


C. (Reynolds 


Journament at Raleigh, NX (Reynolds Coliseum) 


Cotiseun 


) 






1965-66 






1962-63 






Record: 1411 H:7-3 A:5-7 N:2- 




Record:8-13H:5-6A:3 6N:0 1 




ACC: 7-7, 5th place 




ACC: 4-10, 6th place(tie) 




01 




at Penn Stale 


L 61-65 


01 




Penn Slate 


L 61-62 


04 




■WakeForest 


W 87-66 


04 




atGeorgetown 


L 70-79 


07 




■NC State 


W 59-48 


09 


121 


■atOuke 


L 56-92 


010 


171 


at Kansas 


L 62-71 


Oil 




•NC State (OTI 


L 74-76 


Oil 




at Kansas State 


W 63-57 


015 




•atVirginia 


W 67-61 


015 




Georgetown 


W 77-59 


019 




•WakeForest 


L 74-85 


021 




at West Virginia 


L 74-76 


JS 




•South Carolina 


W 68-63 


029 




Houston 


W 69-68 


J7 




GeorgeWashington 


W 74-72 


DiO 




Dayton ' 


W 77-75 


112 




Navy 


W 67-61 


J3 




■at North Carolina 


L 52-67 


J14 


1101 


•NonhCaiolina 


L 56-78 


JS 




■Virginia 


L 62-65 


119 




•atNCState 


L 59-79 


J13 


in 


■atDuke 


L 61-76 


Fl 




at George Washington 


W 68-67 


J15 




■atNCState (OTI 


L 58-60 


F4 




Georgetown 


W 73-72 


J27 




at George Washington 


W107-81 


F7 




• at North Carolina 


L 68-82 


J29 




■atClemson 


L 66-71 


F9 




•atClemson 


L 60^2 


J31 




•at South Carolina 


W 78-63 


Fit 




•at South Carolina 


W 51-44 


FS 




■North Carolina 


W 7fr« 


F14 




•atWakeForest 


L 54-75 


F7 




■at Wake Forest (OTI 


W 86-78 


F16 




•Virginia 


I 69-71 


F9 




Navy 


W 74-69 


F19 


121 


•Ouke 


L 70-76 


F12 




West Virginia 


W107-92 


F23 




■Clemson 


W 69-67 


FI6 




■atVirginia 


W 71-64 


F28 




WakeForest' 


I 41-80 


F19 


(21 


■Duke 


L 69-74 


l-ACC hurnamenl at Raleigh, NX (Reynolds Coliseum) 


F25 




■South Carolina 


W 5642 










F26 




■Clemson 


L 69-81 


1963-6ii 






M3 




North Carolina- 


L 70-77 


Record: 9-17 H:5-4 A:2-10 N:2- 




l-Sugat Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, Lo. (Loyola 


ACC:5-9,6th place 




neldHause);2-ACCTournamentatRoleigh,N 
Coliseum) 


C (Reynolds 



•Virgin 

04 atGeorgetown I 72-83 

07 at Penn State L 62-91 

010 -NC State W 72-62 

014 WestVirgima W 74-72 

016 -Clemson W 56-48 

020 Tennessee' L 59-70 

021 Louisiana State ' W 75-65 

027 Areona' L S4-57 

028 Columbia' W 82-76 
16 -South Carolina lOT) I 69-73 
Jll atNavy I SS-68 
)13 -at North Camlina I 88-97 
J18 -atNCState I 65-66 
J20 -atWakeForest W 91-82 
Ft at George Washington W 80-76 
FS atWestVlrginia I 67-91 
F8 17] -Ouke 172-104 
F14 -WakeForest I 77-79 
F18 •Nortli Camlina W 74-64 
F20 -atVirginia L 73-79 
F22 141 -atDuke L 63-84 
F25 Georgetown t 78-81 
F28 -atClemson L 68-83 
F29 -at South Carolina L 64-74 
MS Clemson' L 67-81 
1-VPI humamfnlalBIOfksiJurg Va (Virginia Tech Coli- 
sevm).2-lvonsvitleHolidayToumomentatfvonsvilltlntt 
(Rotietts Stadium); 3-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynotds Coliseum) 

196<i-65 

Record:18-8H:9-3A:7-4N:2-1 

ACC: 10-4, 2nd place (tie) 

D2 Penn State W 72-71 



1966-67 

Recordtll 14H:5-5A:4-8N:2-1 

ACC: 5-9, 5Ih place (tie) 

01 Penn state W 76-53 

07 -atNCState W 54-38 

010 -South Carolina L 63-65 

013 -atVirginia W 85-65 

D16 Oklahoma State W 50-49 

D17 at Memphis State L 53-55 

D20 -WakeForest L 59-68 

028 at Davidson' W 66-65 

029 Army' W 57-54 
J7 -NC State W 60-55 
jn atWestVlrginialOTI W 82-81 
114 -Duke (OTI L 69-72 
il6 ■Clemson W 68-48 
)28 west Virginia I 58-61 
J30 -at South Caiollna t 53-80 
F4 (21 -at North Carolina I 77-85 
F9 GeorgeWashington W 78-52 
Fit atGeorgetown L 49-80 
F13 -Virginia W 87-76 
FI6 atNavy L 65-66 
FI8 -atOuke L 58-81 
F22 (51 -North Camlina L 78-79 
F25 -atClemson L 61-65 
M4 -atWakeForest L 64-78 
M9 South Carolina' L S4-S7 
l-Memphis Invitational at Memfihis, Tenn. (Mid-South 
Coliseum}; 2-Charlotte Invitational at Charlotte, N.C. 
(Otarlatte Coliseum}; i-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
NC Itittensbeio Coliseum} 



o 
e 

6B 

o 
o 

137 



1 17 -atClemson 


W 71-63 


ACC: 7-7. 3rd place (tie) 




02 


at Penn State 


L 65-71 


03 


GeorgeWashington 


W 82-80 




1 )9 'at South Carolina 


WSMi 


03 -NC State 


L 53-55 


06 


Georgetown (201) 


L 78-79 


OS 


-atVirginia 


L 59^1 


^^^^^m 


' 112 131 -NC State 


t 64-73 


06 at Northwestern 


L 62-66 


D12 


• NC State (OT) 


L 68-73 


08 


■NC State 


L 62-63 


^^^^H 


114 |6r^at0uke 


L 62-76 


010 -Virginia 


W 63-56 


015 


Minnesota 


W 75-69 


012 


West Virginia (OT) 


L 73-80 


BBS 


116 [9] ■at North Carolina 


L 55-64 


015 121 at Kentucky (OT) 


L 56-58 


D16 


[il •WakeForest 


W 79-62 


018 


■WakeForest 


W 82-64 


121 at Georgetown (OT) 


W 62-57 


017 Navy 


L 50-5i 


018 


■atVirginia 


W 91-70 


019 


Kansas (OT) 


I 61-63 


M^^^9 


14 Navy 


W 80-61 


020 ■WakeForest 


W 68« 


029 


Mississippi State 


L 62-64 


D28 


Tulsa 


W 66 59 


9 


l[BPNOT£: Maryland beat Virginia, Me and North Carolina for the ACC Jomnoment championship in 1958. 











200I FINAL FOUR 



138 



F^ANKFCLLOWS | 


/.as^^v 


2 Seasons 


^«- ^ 


1967-68 to 


^ 


1968-69 


' ~ i^ 


Rec.:l6-3<i 


midtm 


(onf.:6-22 



1967-68 

Record:8-16H:7-3A;l-11 N:0- 

ACC: 4-10, 6th place 

D2 at Penn State 

D4 dtGeorgeWastiington 

D6 ■ NC State 

D9 • Soulti Carolina 

DM 'at Wake Forest 

D21 atTeias-EIPaso' 

D22 Southern Illinois (OTl' 

J3 • at South Carolina 

J6 • at NC Stale 

JIO WestVirgmia 

J13 -Duke 

J15 •alClemson(20T) 

J17 Navy 

J30 at Miami 

F3 [J] • North Carolina 

F6 • at Duke 

FIO at West Virginia 

F13 'Virginia 

F17 -Wake Forest 

F21 131 -at North Carolina 

F24 • Clemson 



L 71-76 

W 84-53 

I 62-75 

W 66-65 

L 60-73 

I 53-70 

L 72-73 

L 59-68 

L 52-68 

W 79-75 

I 52-84 

I 93-94 

W 76-72 

I 73-93 

I 67-73 

L 64-85 

I 66-83 



It Virgin 



M2 Georgetown 

M7 NC Slate' 

?-Srrn Carnivat Tournament at El 
(jymnasiutttJ:2-ACCToaitiartienJatCharlott€, 
lotte (olneaml 

1968-69 

Record:8-18H:4-6A:3-10N:l-2 

ACC:2-12,7thplateltiel 



w 81-68 
L 68-70 

W 68-60 

L 54-63 

s (Memorial 

H.aaai- 



D4 



Penn State W 66-56 

at West Virginia L 65-86 

•at South Carolina L 67-79 

Pnncelon L 63-72 

■at Wake forest L 87-95 

GeorgeWashington W 99-96 

at Marshall ' W 89-80 

Miami ' I 85-92 

[3] at Davidson •■ L 69-83 

Wichita State' W 95-83 

•at Wake Forest' L 71-93 



itNCSl 



I 69-8 



•South Carolina L 67-69 

•at Duke L 85-96 

•Clemson W 83-78 






I 77-7 



F12 



121 •at North Carolina L87-107 

•NC State L 81-86 

WestVirginia W 91-84 

•Duke L 83-93 

at Navy I 68-72 

F15 -atVirginia L 78-84 

F19 13] •North Carolina I 86-88 

F22 •at Clemson W 84-83 

Ml at Georgetown W 83-78 

M6 [131 South Carolina' I 71-92 

l-Marshall Invitational at Huntington, W. Vo. (Memorial 
Field House!; 2<harlotte Invitational at Chatloue, HL 
(Charlotte Coliseum}; S-at Greensboro, rV.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum);4-ACCTournomentatChorlotte,U.C(Charlotte 
Coliseum! 



fe] 



[[FTYDRICSCLL 

17 Seasons 

1969-70 to 

I98S-86 

Rec.:3ii8-IS9 

(onf.: 122-100 



--'f 



1969-70 

.^- Record;13-13 H:10-4A:3-7 N:0-2 
fag- ACC:5-9,6th 

■■■'""-*■"• Buffalo W 97-77 

at George Washington W 92-71 

at Princeton L 67-75 

•WakeForest 187-104 




015 181 •South Carolina 168-101 

019 Army' 154-69 

020 Fordham' W 94-71 
D29 Delaware W 94-58 

12 1151 •NC Slate' L 57-91 

13 •atWake Forest' W 96-88 
17 WestVirginia W 83-76 

110 [31 -at South Carolina L 44-55 
112 -at Clemson W 75-68 
114 Navy W 73-57 

124 Maine W 97-68 
J28 •Duke W 52-50 
131 19] •North Carolina L 69-77 
F4 15] • at NC State L 54-64 
f7 Georgetown W 81-71 
fll •atVirginia I 69-71 
F18 [13] •at North Carolina I 83-90 
F21 •at Duke I 76-87 
F23 •Clemson W103-85 
F25 atWestVirginia I 78-83 
F28 •Virginia W 79-71 
MS [191 NC State' I 57-67 
1 -Maryland Invitational Tournament at College Park, Md. 
(Cole field House}; 2-01 Greensboro, H. C. (Greensboro Coli- 
seum); i-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. NC (Charlotte 
Coliseum) 

1970-71 

Rccord:14-12 H:ll-4A:3-7 N:0-1 
ACC: 5-9, 6th place (tie) 

Dl Delaware W 86-73 

D5 Buffalo W109-70 

D8 Lehigh W 85-66 

D12 -WakeForest W 72-71 

D16 [21 -at South Carolina L 70-96 

D19 at Georgetown I 79-92 

D22 lampa W 80-72 

D29 Miami W111-77 

12 Richmond W 99-67 

16 •NC State I 81-83 
19 121 •South Carolina (OT) W 31-30 

111 •Clemson W 56-52 
123 GeorgeWashington W 69-67 
127 atloyolalMd.l W 88-69 
130 1201 ■ at North Caralina L79-10S 
F3 • at NC State L 61-71 
F6 -at Duke W 88-79 
FIO -atVirginia L 63-78 
F13 -Duke L 67-70 
F17 18) •NorthCamlina L76-100 
F20 atSetonHall W 56-55 
F23 •at Clemson (Oil I 45-51 
f27 WestVirginia L 81-83 
M2 •at Wake Forest L 66-72 
M6 -Virginia (01) W 89-84 
Mil [6] South Carolina ' L 63-71 
I'ACC Tournament at Greensboro, H.C (Greensboro Coll- 

1971-72 

Rccord:27-5H;14-0A:7-4N:6-l 

ACC: 8-4,2nd place (tie), ACCTournannent finalist 

Postseason: NIT champions.AP No. 14,UPI No. 1 1 

01 161 Brown W100-83 

04 [6] at GeorgeWashington W117-96 

08 [5] -atVirginia I 57-78 

D13 [5] Georgetown W 7946 

017 [151 Canisius W 86-77 
D20 [151 atloyolalMd.l W 73-60 
D22 [151 atHolyCross W102-79 
D29 [16] Western Kentucky' W103-67 
D30 [16] |9| St.lohn's' W 90-69 
15 [121 -NC State W 83-70 

18 [121 -atClemson L 61-63 
110 [121 •at Wake Forest' W 49-46 
122 at Navy W 85-60 

125 [181 Buffalo W 82-58 
129 [18] [3] •at North Carolina L 72-92 
J31 [181 •atNCState W 66-65 
F5 -Duke W 77-58 
F9 [201 Duquesne W 85-71 
F12 at Long Island W 78-60 
F16 [191 (31 • North Carolina (OT) W 79-77 
F19 [191 -Clemson W 67-57 
F22 [12] Richmond W 76-61 
F26 [12] •at Duke L 59-68 
Ml [18] •Wake Forest (OT) W 64-56 
M4 [181 [121 -Viiginia W 45-42 
M9 [131 Clemson' W 54-52 
MIO [131 [151 Virginia' W 62-57 
Mil [131 [31 North Carolina ' L 64-73 
M18 [14] St.losephs' W 67-55 
M20 [14] Syracuse' W 71-65 
M23 [14] Jacksonville' W 91-77 



M25 [141 Niagara' WlOO-69 

l-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole field 
House}; 2-01 Greensboro, li.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), i- 
ACC Tournament at Greensboro. H.C. (Greensboro Coll- 
seum};4-HatianallnvitatiQn Tournament at Hew York, W. Y. 
(Madison Square Garden} 

1972-73 

Record: 23-7 H: 12-1 A: 8-4 N: 3-2 

ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight AP No.8, UP! No.lO 

N29 [3] Brown W127-82 

D2 [31 at Richmond W 82-50 

D9 [3] atCanisins W107-80 

D12 [3] at Georgetown W 99-73 

022 [2] GeorgeWashington W 88-79 

D29 [2] Georgia Tech' W 90-55 

D30 [2] Syracuse' W 90-76 

12 [2] Kent W 76-58 

16 [2] -atClemson W 79-75 

19 [2] •Virginia W 93-74 

114 [2] [31 •NC State L 85-87 

120 [3] at Navy W 76-67 

122 [3] •WakeForest WlOS-76 

123 [4] Long Island WlOO-73 
127 [4] [3! •North Carolina W 94-88 
131 [3] [21 -atNCState L 78-89 
F3 [3] -at Duke L 81-85 
F8 [9] at Fordham W 83-72 
Fll [9] Buffalo W 93-64 
F14 [101 [61 -at North Carolina L 85-95 
F17 [10] -Clemson W 69-66 
F21 [8] atOuquesne W 81-71 
F24 [8] -Duke W 96-68 
F28 [9] •at Wake Forest L 60-62 
M3 [9] •atVirginia W 92-81 
M8 [101 Clemson' W 77-61 
M9 [10] WakeForest' W 73-65 
MIO [10] [21 NC Slate' L 74-76 
MIS [8] [14] Syracuse' W 91-75 
M17 [8] [41 Providence' L89-103 
l-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House};2-ACCToumanientatGreensboro.tJ.C.(Greensbom 
Coliseum); 1-NCAAEast Regional at Charlotte, N. C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum) 

1973-7'i 

Record: 23-5 H: 12-1 A: 7-3 N: 4-1 

ACC: 9-3, 2nd place (tie). ACC Tournarrent finalist 

Postseason:APNo.4,UPINo.4 

01 14] [II atUCLA L 64-65 

OS [4] Eastern Kentucky W106-57 

Oil [4] Georgetown W115-83 

D21 [21 San Francisco' W 78-60 

D22 [21 Santa Clara' W 53-32 

029 [21 Holy Cross' W102-75 

030 [21 Boston College' W 58-37 
12 [3] at Richmond W 96-60 
J5 131 -Clemson W 89-60 
J11 (31 -atWakeForest W 72-59 
113 (31 [4] -atNCState L 74-80 
117 [41 Fordham W112-73 
J19 [41 at Navy W 72-50 
122 [51 Canisius W 86-73 
126 [51 [4] -at North Carolina L 73-82 
130 16] [2] -NC State L 80-86 
F2 [6] -Duke W104-83 
F6 [7| -atVirginia W 88-81 
F9 [7] GeorgeWashington' W 92-71 
F13 [6] [4] -North Carolina W 91-80 
F16 [6] -atClemson W 56-54 
F20 [5] Duquesne W 98-72 
F23 [51 •at Duke W 64-61 
F27 [5] -WakeForest W 77-68 
M2 [5] -Virginia W110-75 
M7 [4] Duke' W 85-66 
M8 [4] [6] North Carolina' W105-85 
M9 [4] [1] NC State lOTl' LlOO-103 

1 -Cable Car Classir at Oakland. Calif. (Oakland Coliseum); 

2 -Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House}; i-at landover Md. (Capital Centre}; 4- ACC Tour- 
nament at Greensboro. H C (Greensboro Coliseum} 

197'i-75 

Record: 24-5 H: 12-2 A: 10-1 N:2-2 
ACC: 10-2, 1st plate, ACC Regulat Season champioti 
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight, APNo.5,UPINo.5 
N18 [41 Richmond W106-81 

D4 [41 -atWakeForest W 99-78 

D7 [4] Long Island W 99-84 

D10 [5] Georgetown' W104-71 

012 [5] DePauw W113-49 



D21 [51 GeorgeWashington' W 81-67 

D27 [51 GeorgiaTech' W105-67 

D28 [51 [3] UCLA ' L 75-81 

12 [71 Appalachian State W 96-50 
14 [7] [19] Notre Dame W 90-82 
18 [51 •Duke W 83-77 
J11 [51 1191 •WakeForest W 89-73 

116 [51 14] •NC State W103-85 
118 [5] at Navy W 87-73 
122 [3] •atClemson L 82-83 
125 [3] [14] ■ North Carolina L 66-69 
Ft [8] [2] -atNCState W 98-97 
F4 [4] -Virginia W 86-79 
F6 [4] at Fordham W 65-46 
F8 [4] -at Duke W104-80 
F15 [3] -at North Carolina W 96-74 
F19 [3] -atVirginia W 70-51 
F23 [3] atOuquesne W103-82 
F26 [2] [11] -Clemson W 70-64 
Ml [2] E.Tennessee State W104-87 
M6 [2] [8] NC State' L 85-87 
M18 [4] Creighton' W 83-79 
M20 [4] [91 Notre Dame' W 83-71 
M22 [4] [3] Louisville' L 82-96 
l-at Landover. Md (Capitol Centre}; 2-Maryland Invita- 
tional at College Park. Md. (Cole Field House); i-ACC Tour- 
nament at Greensboro, H.C. (Greensboro Coliseum}; 4- 
NCAA Midwest Region First Round at Lubbock. Texas (Me- 
morlalColiseum};5-NCAAMidweitRegionalatLosCruces. 
H.M. (Pan American Center) 

1975-76 

Record:22-6H:13-2A:8-3N:l-l 

ACC: 7-5, 2nd place (tie) 
Postseason: APNo.l1,UPINo.l3 

N29 [31 EastCarolina W127-84 

D3 [2] DePauw W 99-42 

06 [21 at Richmond W 98-71 

08 [21 Boston University W122-82 

DIO [21 GeorgiaTech W 93-65 

D20 [21 Fordham W 81-56 

D22 [2] UNC Charlotte W 70-60 

029 [2] SetonHair W104-69 

030 12] Princeton ' W 66-59 

13 [2] Longlsland Wlll-88 
17 [2] at GeorgeWashington W 82-72 
110 [21 [71 -atWakeForest' L 93-96 
114 [2] [131 •atNCState W 87-69 

117 [2] at Navy W 87-69 
121 [21 •Clemson L 77-82 
125 [2] [51 •at North Carolina lOTI L 93-95 
128 [7] [81 •NCSlate W102-84 
J31 [7] [101 at Notre Dame W 69-63 
F4 151 •atVirginia W 69-66 
F7 (51 •Duke W102-91 
Fll (41 (31 •NorthCarolina L 69-81 
F14 [4] •atClemson W 98-89 
F18 [7] at Georgetown W 72-63 
F21 [7] -at Duke L 67-69 
F25 [10] -WakeForest W105-91 
F28 [10] -Virginia W 81-73 
M4 [91 Duke(OT)' W 80-78 
MS 191 Virginia' L 65-73 
l-Marylond Invitational at College Park. Md (Cole Field 
House}: 2-at Greensboro, H.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3- 
ACC Tournament at Landover Md. (Capital Centre) 



1976-77 






Record: 19-8 H: 15-4 A: 3-3 N: 1- 




ACC: 7-5, 4th place 




N27 18] 




Notre Dame (OT) 


L 79-80 


N30 [16] 




Ball State 


W 86-70 


02 [16] 




Long Island 


W 49-45 


04 [161 




Princeron 


W 58-45 


08 [17] 




EastCarolina 


W 80-69 


012 [17] 


119] 


DePaul 


W 92-74 


018 [141 




Appalachian State 


W 76-74 


022 [15] 




Bucknell 


W106-72 


028 [161 




Xavier' 


W 84-74 


029 [16] 


(181 


Syracuse ' 


W 96-85 


14 [151 




Richmond 


W 90-87 


18 [151 


[101 


-WakeForest(OT) 


L 85-86 


19 [151 




-NC State 


W 87-80 


115 [141 




Navy' 


W 62-54 


119 [13] 




•atClemson 


L 71-93 


122 [131 


[4] 


• North Carolina 


L 68-71 


127 




•atNCState 


W 75-73 


129 




GeorgeWashington 


L 76-86 


F2 




'Virginia 


W 82-67 


FS 




-at Duke (OT) 


W 65-64 


F9 


1141 


- at North Carolina 


L 70-97 


Ft 2 


[151 


- Clemson 


W 84-78 


F15 




Pittsburgh 


W 88-75 


F19 




•Duke 


W 85-72 



F22 [111 ■ atWakeForest' W 81-80 

F26 -atVirginia I 68-77 

M3 NC State' L 72-82 

1-Maryland Invitolional at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House): 2-at Landover, Md (Capital Centre); i-at Greens- 
boro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 

1977-78 

Record:l5-13H;10-4A:1-8N:4-1 
ACC: 3-9, 6th place 

N25 [141 Bucknell W 95-62 

N27 [141 American ' W 78-65 

N28 [141 Georgetown' W 91-87 

Dl [141 Penn State' W 89-80 

D7 [121 EastCarolina W130-106 

DIO [121 at GeorgeWashington L90-101 

017 [18] Longlsland W 94-64 

D21 [20] Army W 99-77 

D28 [14] Westem Kentucky' W 91-78 

D29 [14] GeorgiaTech' W 65-63 

14 [15] -Duke L 78-88 

17 [15] •atWakeForest' L 75-84 

111 [16] •atNCState L 82-88 

114 AirForte W 74-73 

116 -Clemson W 90-75 

121 [5] -at North Carolina L 71-85 

125 •NC State L 73-80 

129 151 at Notre Dame L 54-69 

ft [111 •atVirginia L 64-66 

f4 UNLV W 81-68 

f8 [71 -NorthCarolina L 64-66 

Fll -atClemson W 80-75 

F16 at Pittsburgh (OT) L 86-89 

F18 [201 -at Duke L 70-81 

F22 -WakeForest W 91-89 

F25 -Virginia L 70-79 

Ml NC State (30T)' W109-108 

M2 [151 Duke' L 69-81 

l-Tip Off Tournament at Landover Md (Capital Centre}; 
2-atHershey, Pa. (Hersbey Park Arena); i-Maryland Invi- 
tational at College Park. Md. (Cole Field House); 4-at 
Greensboro. H C (Greensboro Coliseum}; 5-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Greensboro. N. C (Greensboro Coliseum) 



1978-79 

Record: 19-11 H: 12-4 A: 4-4 N: 3-3 

ACC: 6-6, 4th place 
Postseason: NIT Second Round 

N24 Bucknell W107-97 

N28 [19] Georgetown ' L 65-68 

02 [191 atAirforce W 81-68 

04 [191 at UNLV I 88-94 

D7 [191 Penn State' W 69-61 

09 [191 Biscayne W 86-60 

016 EastCarolina W 82-71 

020 [41 -NC State W124-110 

023 Canisius W128-103 

029 St.loseph's(OT)' W 62-56 

030 [20] Southern California' W 83-79 
13 120] GeorgeWashington W 84-72 
16 [201 -WakeForest L 60-66 
110 [8] • at NC State (20T) W 82-81 
113 [12] Louisville L 84-99 
117 119] -atClemson W 77-63 
120 119] [2] -NorthCarolina L 53-54 
123 Navy W 82-62 
127 [1] Notre Dame W 67-66 
131 [17] -Virginia L 63-69 
F3 [17] [31 •at Duke L 78-87 
F7 [61 •at North Carolina L 67-76 
FIO •Clemson W 77-69 
F17 151 •Duke W 70-68 
F19 -atWakeForest' W 54-53 
f21 -atVirginia t 72-75 
Ml Clemson ' W 75-67 
M2 [7] NorthCarolina' L79-102 
M7 Rhode Island (30T| ' W 67-65 
M12 Ohio State' L 72-79 
l-at Landover Md (Capital Centre}; 2-at Hershey. Pa. 
(Hershey Park Arena); 3-Marylond Invitational at College 
Park. Md. (Cole field House); 4-at Greensboro. N. C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum); S-KC Tournament at Greensboro, H.C 
(Greensboro Coliseum};6-Nationallnvitation Tournament 

1 (Cole Field House) 



1979-80 

Record: 24-7 H; 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 4-3 
ACC: 11-3, ACC Regular Season chainpion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No.8, UP] No.8 

N30 UMES W 82-58 

03 Penn State ' W 56-55 

04 [17] Georgetown- L 71-83 



TKPNOTl: Lefty Driesell's "Midnight Run" in 7 971 became the precursor to today's national phenomenon called Midnight Madness. 





CI6HT COMSCCUTIVC NCAA T O U It M A M C N T 5 • 200I FINAL FOUR 



08 Brown W 72-59 
010 Catholi( Wllj-79 

019 ■ Georgia Tech W 7(M0 

022 Bucknell W 95-73 

028 Miami-OH' W115-76 

029 Temple ' W 85-6i 
Ji -ai Georgia Tech W 8J-74 
J5 -al Wake forest W 84-76 
)I0 -alW Stare L 62-67 
112 Pittsburgh W 95-88 

116 |17| ■Clemson W 84-8i 
120 19] -at North Carolma W 92-86 
12J ITS] -NC State W 66-62 
126 |15| |8| at Notre Oame L 63-64 
130 (12) [13] •alVirgima W 63-61 
f2 112) |5| -Duke WlOl-82 
F7 [71 111) -Nonl) Carolina W 70-69 
F9 17] 116] -at Clemson I 81-90 
Fll |7| Boslon University W 99-76 
F13 |8| EastCarolina W 85-72 
F16 |8| [161 -atOuke I 61-66 
F20 [91 -Wake Forest W 83-77 
f23 [91 -Virginia W 82 71 
F28 [71 Georgia Tech (OTl' W 51-49 
F29 [71 [17] Clemson' W 91-85 
Ml [7] Ouke' L 72-73 
MS [81 Tennessee' W 86-75 
M14 [81 [111 Georgelovm' I 68-74 

1 -at Wen/tey, ?a- (Henhey Poik Arena); 2-ot Washingloa 
OCiMunlcipal Armory!: i-MarylandlnvilauonolatCol- 
lege Park. Met (Colt field House}. 4-ACC Joarnamem at 
CrrensbomH.CIGreer}sboroColiieijm):S-fJCAA[aitlte- 
gion Setond Round or Greeoiboro.H.CIOreemboro Coli- 
seum): 6-NCAA last Itegional or Philadelphta. Pa. (Ttie 
SfrearumI 

1980-81 

Reeord:2l-10H:l2-JA:5-5 N:4-2 
ACC: 8-6, 4th place, ACC Tournament firalis! 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. T8, 
UP! No. 11 

N28 [4] Navy W 86-64 

02 [41 American W 95-65 

05 [41 Wagner ^ W 96-73 

06 [4] [18] at Syracuse' W 83-73 
010 [41 Fairleigh Dickinson W109-83 
013 14) at Louisville L 67-78 

020 19] -NC State W 82-75 

023 191 -at Georgia Tech W 6655 

029 [9[ Marshall- W114-89 

030 [9[ StJosephs' W 74-57 
13 [91 Williams Mary W 69-64 
17 181 1161 -at North Carolina L 66-75 
110 [81 -Ouke W 94-79 
J14 [10] -Virginia I 64-66 

117 110) [121 -at Clemson (OTl W 68-62 
J20 [101 UMES W 81-65 
J24 1101 [131 NotieOame L 70 73 
J27 1141 at Pittsburgh lOTl W 69-66 
J31 [141 -Georgia Tech W 72-64 
f4 [131 [81 -atWakeForesl I 60-67 
f7 [131 -at Ouke L 54-55 
F12 [19) -Clemson W 72-70 
FIS [19) [101 - North Carolina L 63-76 
F21 1201 [51 -WakeForest W 94-80 
F25 [171 -alNCState W 76-72 
F28 1171 [31 -atVicginia L 63-74 
MS [201 Ouke W 56-53 
M6 [201 [41 Virginia ' W 85-62 
M7 1201 [121 North Carolina' I 60-61 
M12 1181 Tennessee-Chattanooga ' W 81-69 
M14 1181 [91 Indiana' I 64-99 
1-CarrieraamalSyraiuse.NY (Carrier Dome):2-Mary- 
land Invrtarmal at College Park Md. (Cole field House). 
i-ACC Tournamenr at Landom. Md (Caprtol Centre): 4- 
NCAA Mideast Pegion first and Second Pound ol Oaytan, 
Ohio (Doyton Arena) 

1981-82 

Record: 16-13 H:13-J A:2-8 N:1-2 

ACC: 5-9, 5th plate 

Postseason: Nil Second Round 

N27 St Peters W 49-42 

N29 Lalayene W 82-58 

02 long Island W 87-79 

05 George Mason W 74-62 

07 UMES W 76-64 

09 Towson W 75-59 
012 -atNCState I 53-74 
019 "Ohio University V» 90-64 
023 -Georgia Tech L 43-45 
029 [161 at UCLA L 57-90 
15 in - North Carolina L 5^66 
19 -at Ouke W 40-36 



J12 [31 -atVirginiatOTl L 40-45 

116 -Clemson W 62-57 

120 Canisius W 91-73 

123 at Notre Dame I 51-55 

127 at William I. Mary W 50-43 

130 -at Georgia Tech I 63-64 

F3 [131 -WakeForest W 61-56 

F6 -Ouke W 77-60 

F7 Hofstra W 94-59 

F11 [21 -at North Carolina I 56-59 

F13 -at Clemson I 66-75 

F20 -at Wake Forest' I 42-48 

F24 -NC State I 3852 

F27 (1) -Virginia IOT| W 47-46 

MS NC State' L 28-10 

M12 Richmond ' W 66-50 

MIS Georgia' 169-83 
I -at Gteensboro. H.C. ifjreenstroro Coliseum): 2-A(C lour- 
nomentotGreenstioro.NC (CireenstioroCollseum):i-Ha- 
tional Invitation Jouinoment at New York. N. Y (Madison 
Square Garden! 

1982-83 

Record: 20-10 H; 14-3 A: 5-4 N: 1-3 
ACC: 8-6, 3rd place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 

N27 Penn State' I 79-97 

01 UMES W 91-70 

04 at Canisius W 67-66 

08 St Josephs L 56-64 

Oil Doqoesne W 85-64 

014 Tosvson W 66-56 
023 [i) UCU(20T) W 80-79 
13 American W 73-71 

15 Williams Mary W 56-51 
)8 [4) -Virginia I 64-83 
112 [111 -at North Carolina t 71-72 



lis 



-Duke 



L 67-8 



119 -atClcmson W 80-61 

122 Notre Dame W 68-67 

126 at Holy Cross- W 55-53 

129 -NC State W 86-81 

131 Navy W 98-73 

F2 Old Dominion W 87-67 

FS -Georgia Tech W 77-68 

F9 -at Wake Forest' L 66-79 

F16 131 -North Carolina W106-94 

F19 -Clemson W 92-88 

F21 -atOuke W101-90 

F23 -at Georgia Tech L 60-70 

F26 -WakeForest W 83-75 

M3 -atNCState W 67-58 

M7 [21 -atVirgima I 81-83 

Mil Georgia Tech (OTl' L 58-64 

M17 1151 Tennessee-Chattanooga W 52-51 

M22 [11 Houston I 50-60 
l-at Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena). 2-al Worcester. 
Mass(WorresterCentrum):}-atGreeriSboro,H-C.(Greeos- 
tioroColiseum).4-ACClournamentatAtlanta.Ga(Omni): 

S-NCAA first ond Second Pound at Houston, Texas (The 
Summit) 

198)-8'i 

Record;24-8H:13-2A:6-4N:5-2 

ACC: 9-5. 2nd place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 11, 
UP! No. 10 

N26 [81 lohns Hopkins W 108-65 

D1 [61 Ohio State' L 68-72 

03 [61 Canisius W 77-55 

06 [11] PennState' W 67-58 

010 [111 atDuquesne W 78-67 

014 19] UMES W104-69 

024 18) 161 Boston College W 89-76 

029 16] Randolph Macon' W 58-52 

030 161 La Salle' W 95-83 
14 [51 [121 -atNCState W 59-55 
17 [51 Williams Mary W 58-44 
112 [51 11] -NonhCarolina I 62-74 
114 [51 -atOuke W 81-75 
117 [71 -Clemson W 85-72 
121 [71 atOldOominion W 69-58 
128 [51 at Notre Dame I 47-52 
131 [101 -atVirginia W 67-66 
f4 [101 118) -at Georgia Tech (2(JT1 I 70-71 
F8 113) 114] -at Wake Forest I20T}' L 87-90 
FIT [131 -Duke I 84-89 
F13 [131 Oayton W 61-59 
F18 -at Clemson (30TI W 66-65 
F19 [1] -at North Carolina I 63-78 
F23 -Georgia Tech W 79-74 
F26 [IS] -WakeForest W 90-79 
F29 1191. -NC State W 6350 
M4 1191 -Virginia W 74-65 



M9 [141 NC State' W 69-63 

M10 [141 119) WakeForest' W 66-64 

Mil [141 116) Duke' W 74-62 

M17 111) WestVicginia* W102-77 

M22 111) [6) Illinois' I 70-72 

lot last Putbertord. NJ. (Brendan Byrne Arena): 2- at 
Herstiey. Pa. (Hershey Park Arena). 3-Maryland Invito- 
lionalatCollegePork,Md(ColefieldHouse).4-alGreens- 
troro. H.C- (Greensboro Coliseum). S-ACC lournoment ot 
Gteensborc^ NC. (GreensboioColiseum). 6-NCAA Mideast 
Region Second Pound at Birmingbam. Ala. (Birmingham 
Coliseum): 7-NCAA Mideast Pegianol at Lexington. Ky 
(Pupp Arena) 

I98<i-8S 

Record: 25 12 H:14 2 A:7-6 N:4-4 

ACC: 8-6, 4ih place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 

N23 119) Kansas' I 56-58 

N24 at Alaska-Anchorage ' W 54-52 

N2S Tennessee' W 72-49 

01 West Virginia W 56-17 

05 Cleveland St. W 95-84 

08 at Alabama W 59-54 

Oil Ohio Slate W 76-73 

013 UMES W 87-48 

D22 at Loyola (Md.l W 81-74 

025 losvalOT)' W 78-68 

027 at Hawaii' W 79-71 

028 [101 Georgia Tech' L 69-70 
12 [191 1171 -NC State W 58-56 
15 1191 at Dayton L 63-67 
19 [51 -at North Carolina L 74-75 
114 [21 -Duke(OT) W 78-76 
116 -Clemson W 94-84 



119 



itUNLV 



L 76-7 



J21 Holy Cross W 99-75 

126 Notre Oame W 77-65 

127 [14] Villanova W 77-74 
130 117) -Virginia W 71-58 
F2 [171 [8] -Georgia Tech L 60-72 
F4 [171 Old Dominion W 87-75 
F6 [201 -at Wake Forest W 64-62 
F9 [201 151 -atOuke L 62-70 
F13 [201 [131 -North Carolina L 54-60 
F17 [201 -atClemson L 64-71 
F19 [201 18) -at Georgia Tech L 43-48 
F21 Towson W 91-38 
F24 -WakeForest W 69-66 
F27 116) -atNCState W 71-70 
M3 -atViiginia W 60-55 
M8 [71 Ouke' I 73-86 
M15 Miami-OH (OT)' W 69-68 
M17 Navy' W 64-59 
M22 Villanova' L 43-46 
I -Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage. Alaska (Sullivan 
Arena): 2-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center):S-ACCToumamentatAtlanla.Ga.(Omni):4-NCAA 
Southeast Region rirsrondSecondPoundatOayton.Obio 
(Dayton Arena): S-NCAA Soutbeast Pegianol at Birming- 
bam. Ala (Birmingbam Coliseum! 



I98S-86 






Record;1914H:10-5A:6-7N:3-2 


ACC: 6-8, 6th place 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 




N23 [191 




Northeastern 


W 84-72 


N26 [171 




at George Mason 


W 81-80 


N30 [171 




at Ohio State 


L 66-78 


03 




Faideigh Dickinson 


W 74-51 


OS 




Williams Mary 


W 77-48 


07 


[141 


UNLV 


L 61-64 


012 




at West Virginia 


W 42-41 


013 




Towson 


W 91-58 


D21 




Alabama 


W 60-58 


D28 




Stanfotd ' 


W 67-65 


D29 




at Hawaii-Pacific 


W 92-85 


14 




-Ouke 


L 75-81 


17 




Randolph Macon 


W 74-50 


111 




•at Georgia Tech 


L 6768 


114 


ID 


-NonhCarolina 


I 67-71 


J19 




-atVirginia 


L 4970 


123 




-NC State 


I 55-67 


125 


12) 


-atOuke 


1 68-80 


128 




-WakeForest 


W 77-S5 


F1 




at Villanova 


L 62-64 


F3 


[141 


at Notre Oame 


L 62-69 


F8 




-Clemson 


W 78-69 


F13 


[171 


-atNCState 


W 67-66 


F15 




-atClemson 


L 60-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 91-44 


F20 


(11 


-at North Carolina (OTl 


W 7772 


F22 


151 


-Georgia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




•at Wake Forest' 


W 59-48 



Ml -Virginia W 87 72 

M7 |4| North Carolina' W 8S-7S 

M8 |6i Georgia Tech' L 62-64 

M14 Pepperdine' W 69-64 

M16 111! UNLV I 64-70 

} -Hawaii-Pacific lournameni at Wailuku. Hawaii (War 
Memorial (oliseumj: 2-al Oreensboro, H.C (Creemboro 
Coliieum),i-A(CIournamentatOreensboro.N.C.IGreeni- 
boto (oliieuml. 4-lv(AA finr ond Second Round at long 
Beach, Calif (long Beach Arenal 



BOBWADE 


3 Seasons 


^T^ 


KV9 


1986-87 to 


VC^-^ 


1988-89 


^fcr 


R«c.:36-S0 


^ 


(onf.:7-3S 



1986-87 

Record:9-17H:8-8A:1-8N:0-1 

ACC:0-14,8th 

D27 Winthrop W 76-58 

029 Fairleigh Dickinson W 70-59 
031 Notre Oame L 50-63 
13 1191 -atNCState L 47-69 

15 Towson W 79-71 

18 [31 -at North Carolina L 65-98 
110 -Virginia L 64-71 
114 [141 -Duke L 61-85 
117 [121 -atClemson L 64-72 

119 Bucknell W 77-68 
121 West Virginia W 65-62 
124 at Old Dominion L 73-87 
128 at lames Madison W 90-76 
Fl -at Georgia lech L 72-76 
F2 -at Wake Forest L 58-69 
F4 [12) -Clemson L 79-80 
F7 116) -at Duke L 67-76 
F10 -GeotgiaTedl L 74-78 
F14 [3) -North Carolina L 86-93 
F16 Central Florida W 73-55 
F18 UMBC W 78-64 
F22 -WakeForest L 68-75 
F2S -NC State L 72-85 
F27 UMES W117-S1 
Ml -atVirginia L 77-82 
M6 [21 North Carolina ' L 63-82 
I-ACC Joumament at Landover. Md (Capital Centre) 

1987-88 

Record:18-13H:8-4A:6-7N:4-2 
ACC: 6-8, 5th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 

N27 Loyola (Mil ' W 74-60 

N28 Mississippi' W 77-69 

03 Winthrop W 65-52 

OS at West Virginia L 49-75 

08 atMountSt.Mary's W 82-54 

010 EastCarolina W 75-59 

012 at Louisiana State L 54-55 

D28 South Carolina W 82-77 

030 Adcansas W 88-61 
12 -WakeFortsI W 93-76 

16 atMissoun I 85-93 

19 -Clemson W 68-53 
114 121 -NocthQmlina L 65-71 
116 17) -atDuke W 72-69 

120 •atVirginia L 72-84 
127 •NC State I 81-83 
F2 at Notre Dame W 78-75 
F6 at Old Dominion W 70-65 
f8 •Georgia Tech I 83-96 
flO -atCleroson W 7M6 
f13 [8) •Ouke I 83-90 
f17 •at Georgia Tech 182-104 
F20 [51 •at North Carolina L 73-74 
F25 UMES W101-51 
F27 •at Wake Forest' W 70-65 
M3 [161 •atNCState I 68-74 
MS •Virginia W 69-63 
Mil [181 Georgia Tedi W J4-67 
M12 [91 NonhCarolina' 1 64-74 
M18 UC Santa Barbara' W 92-82 
M20 16) Kentudty' I 81-90 
l.MCIHarbarOassKatBoltrmone.Md(8aHimorrAreno): 
l-at Greensbcro. N.C (Gretmtxm Colrstum): 1-MC bur- 
nament at Greensboro, NC. (Greensboro Cotrterjm): 4- 
NCAA first and Second Round at CitKrfiooti, Ohio 
(PnerirotitColrsewn) 



1988-89 






Record:9-20H:5-9A:0-10N:4-1 




ACC:l-13,8th place 




N25 




lexas Christian 


W 74-67 


N26 




Georgia State 


W 69-62 


01 




UMES 


W 97-53 


05 




at South Carolina 


L 51-57 


07 




Morgan State 


W 73 61 


D10 




at Arkansas 


L 68-73 


013 




Monmouth 


W 74-70 


027 




West Virginia 


L 61-69 


029 




Lamar 


W 74-65 


030 




at 1e<as-EI Paso ■ 


L 51-69 


12 




Louisiana State 


L 77-79 


M 




•at Wake Forest 


L 60-70 


J7 




•atClemson 


L 58-75 


J)l 


[81 


•at North Carolina 


L 72-88 


J14 


[1| 


•Ouke 


L 72-82 


J17 




•Virginia (OTl 


L 58-64 


124 


[51 


Missouri 


L 73-87 


129 


1151 


NC State 


L 67-90 


Fl 




UMBC 


W 78-66 


F4 




•at Georgia Tech 


L 74-87 


F7 




•Clemson 


W 98-87 



Fll 



114) •atDuke 



F14 •Georgia Tech I 66-67 

F19 [8) -NonhCarolina L 75-86 

F25 -WakeForest L 6175 

M2 [201 -atNCState L 77-94 

MS -atVirginia L 59-86 

M10 [17] NC Stale' W 71-49 

Mil |9| NonhCarolina' L 58-88 

1-freedom BowlOassic at Irvine. Calif. (Bren fvenrs Cen- 
ter): 2-Sun Bowl Jouinoment at fl Poso. Jexos iSpeaol 
fvents Centei). i-ACC Tournament at Allonto.Ga iOmnil 



GARYWILUAMS 

tLfif- "4 I IZ Seasons 

m- ^Ji 1989-90 to 

m ira Present 

M-' ' >P Rec.:2W-139 

I A (onf.: 99-89 



1989-90 

Record: 19-14 H: 12-4 A: 3-6 N: 4-4 

ACC: 6-8, SIh place [tie] 
Postseason: NIT Second Round 
N25 Delaware State W 87-53 

N27 Augusta College W10S-74 

01 South Carolina' I 51-52 

D2 Army W 78-60 

04 Conneaicut' I 65-87 

09 latksonville W 68-53 

012 Coppin State L 63-70 

D22 George Mason W 104-86 

02! E. Tennessee State' W 91-86 

D24 Sacramento Slate' W 98 68 

D30 Alcom State W 110-91 

14 -WakeForest W 88-82 

16 -atClemson L 77-82 

J10 -NonhCarolina W 9888 

113 [101 -atOuke L 80-91 

117 -atVirginia W 74-72 

120 Boston Univenity" L 61-65 

123 South Flotilla W 84-66 

127 -aiNC State t 61-81 

129 Virginia Tech W 89-80 

F3 1171 -GeoiqlaTedl I 84-90 

F7 -Clemson I 73-75 

flO 141 -DukelOTl L11M14 

(13 [131 •at Georgia Tech L 78-80 

(17 •at NonhCarolina W 80-76 

Ft9 at Southern Califoniia W 64-62 

f22 UMBC W113-61 

F24 •at Wake Forest L 74-84 

f28 •NC State W 96-95 

M! •Virginia W 89-74 

M9 [121 Duke' L84-104 

MIS Masuchusem' W 91-tl 

M19 al Penn Sue' L 78-80 

HtmllMtiyOaaitciiRklmanifalMtimCa- 
let): l-KVtiq (ml CMlBtgt HonM at Com (Hm- 
fofd One Cemtr): 1-Osammade Otrrstmas Oassie at Ho- 
noMnHelm)ir(Blcr!MICme):4-olBoslon.Uoss.(Boi- 
ton Garden): S-ACC lotmmmtet Otortottt N.C (Char- 
lolteColisem):6-Notioni^lrwtatm Tdumament at Col- 
lege PorK Md (Cole field House), ?-Natioool trrvnotron 
lomcnmot State CaMege.Po.(ReaearonBuiUing) 



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I[l!PHOT£; legendary Len Bias ended bis Maryland career in 1 986 with f/ie most points in Terrapin history (2, 149). 






£^7 C HT COMSCCUTIVC N C /I' A' TOURNAMCN T 5 ' Z O O I FINAL FOUR 



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1990-91 










Record:16-12H:11-3A:3-8N:2-l 






ACC: 5-9, 7Ih place 








N26 




Towson 


W 93-69 






N28 




Southern California 


W 72-S9 






D1 




at West Virginia 


I 85-90 






D3 




Boston College ' 


L8S-100 






D8 




at Jacksonville 


L 70-71 






D11 




UC Imine 


W 93-79 






D22 




Lafayette 


W 64-48 






D27 




fiutgefs' 


W 86-81 






D29 


1121 


Soutli Carolina ■' 


W 78-69 






J2 




■at Wake Forest 


L 62-74 






J5 




•Clemson 


W 81-65 






J7 




UMBC 


W 92-66 






J9 


ISl 


•at North Carolina 


L73-105 






J12 


1141 


•Ouke 


L 78-94 






J16 


1141 


•Virginia 


L 62-76 






119 




at South Florida 


W 87-81 






122 




Boston University 


W 85-59 






126 




•NC Stale 


W104-100 






J29 




American 


W 72-69 






Fl 


1231 


■at Georgia Tech 


L 65-80 






f6 




■ at Clemson 


L 69-7! 






F9 


161 


■at Ouke 


L8M01 






FIJ 




•Georgia Tech 


W 96-9! 






F16 


181 


• North Carolina 


L 7S-87 






F19 




at Virginia Tech 


W 82-67 






F23 




■Wake Forest 


W 86-78 






F27 




■ at NC State 


L91-114 






M2 


I2SI 


■at Virginia (OT) 


W 78-74 






l-KUBig 


East Challenge at Bichmond. Vo. (Richmond 






Coliitml; 2-ECAC Holiday feslml a 


Hew fork. H.Y. 






IMadiion Square 


Garden) 








1991-9Z 










Record 


14-15 H: 10-5 A: 2 7 N: 2-3 






ACC: 5- n, 8th place 








N2! 




f^ount St Marys 


W 83-5! 






N26 




UMES 


Wl 15-60 






NJO 




American 


W 9i-68 






D4 




Providence 


W 76-66 






D7 




West Virginia 


WlOl-91 






DIO 




at Louisville 


L 79-96 






02 1 




Towson 


W 83-76 






02! 




Rider 


W 83-69 






D28 




Flutgefs ' 


L 79-95 


}t 


D30 




Evansville ' 


L 64-75 





IS 


lisi 


■at Georgia Tech 


L 67-92 





18 


111 


■Ouke 


L 66-83 


fi 


111 




■ at NC State 


L 88-94 


a 
at 


w 


113 


1141 


■at North Camlina 


I 76-96 


118 




■ Florida State (OTl 


L 83-91 


122 




■Wake Forest 


L 76-86 


125 




■ Clemson 


W 84-71 


L4I 


129 




■at Virginia 


L 75-82 


tt 


F5 




■at Florida State 


W 93-85 


L4I 
X 


F9 


[241 


■Georgia Tech 


L 65-67 


F13 




■ NC State 


W 77-74 


F20 


[11 


■at Duke 


L 89-91 


H 


F22 




• at Clemson 


L 70-82 


1 


F25 




UNC Greensbom 


W 84-55 


^ 


Ml 


110] 


■North Carolina 


W 82-80 


< 


MS 




■at Wake Forest 


W 77-66 


M7 




■Virginia 


L 74-76 


• 


M8 




Clemson ' 


W 81-75 


^ 


M9 


ID 


Ouke' 


L 87-94 


< 


l-ACC/Big Eai! Challenge al Hanfoid, Conn. (Hanford Cm 


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Center): 2-Fiesta Bowl ClasircalJucson, Asii. (M(Kale Cen- 


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ter}; 3-ACC Joarnament at Charlotte, U.C (Charlotte Coli- 


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1992-93 






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Record:12-16H:8-7A:2-8N:2-l 


c^ 


ACC:2-14,8th place 




s 


01 




UMBC 


W 103-80 


OS 




at West Virginia 


I 72-86 


O 


07 




UMES 


W 94-6! 


010 




American 


W 98-67 


_!. 


012 




at La Salle 


W 93-76 


o 


02! 




Towson 


W 78-68 


o 


D26 




Morgan Stale 


W103-6! 


(NJ 


028 




Louisville 


W 72-67 




12 




Howard 


W109-69 


I'^O 


IS 


1101 


■Georgia Tech 


L 75-85 




J9 


161 


•at North Carolina 


L7i-101 




Jl! 




-at Florida State 


L8S-10S 




116 




•Wake Forest 


L 7i-86 


m. 


119 
12! 




Oklahoma ' 
• at NC State 


W 89-78 
W 70-65 




i^ 


V 126 




•at Clemson 


L 72-82 



Si'.* : F4 



F6 122] -at Georgia Tech L 79-9! 

F9 161 ■ North Carolina L 6!-77 

Fl! 1101 ■ Florida State I 84-87 

F17 110] ■alWakeForest I 64-88 

F24 ■NC State W 88-71 

F27 ■Clemson L 7!-81 

Mi (61 •at Duke L 79-95 

M6 •at Virginia L 74-88 

Mil NC State' W 76-55 

M12 HI North Carolina' L66-102 
l-atBaltimore.Md(BaltlmoreArena).2-ACCTotjrnament 
atChatlotteMC (Charlotte Coliseum) 

l993-9<i 

Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N: 4-3 

ACC:8-8,4th place (tie) 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, USA Today/ 

CNN No. 11 

N26 1151 at Georgetown (OTr W 84-8! 

N27 Cornell W 92-41 

N!0 Rider W 9!-79 

02 UMBC W 89-80 

04 Morgan State W 85-62 

07 Oklahoma' I 85-88 
023 Towson" W109-71 

028 Hofstra' W 9!-67 

029 [91 Massachusetts' L 80-94 
14 1121 •at Georgia Tech W 91-88 
18 [21 • North Carolina L 70-75 
111 •Flonda State W 80-74 
115 •alWakeForest W 61 58 
122 [251 •NC State W102-70 
126 [181 ■Clemson W 73-53 
129 [181 [2] ■at Duke L 62-75 
F2 [211 ■at Virginia L 66-7! 
F5 (211 ■GeorgiaTeth L 71-8! 
FIO HI ■at North Carolina L 89-95 
F12 ■at Florida State W 69-66 
F16 ■Wake Forest W 81-58 
F19 Loyola (Md.) W 94-71 
F23 •atNCStale L 71-79 
F26 •at Clemson L 67-73 
M2 [21 •Duke L 69-73 
MS •Vliginia W 70-68 
Mil Virginia! |^ jj.59 
M17 [24] St, Louis' W 74-66 
Ml 9 181 Massachusetts' W 95-87 
M25 (11) Michigan' L 71-78 
J-flt tjtndover, Md (Caprtal Centre); 2-01 Oklahoma City, 
Qkia.dhe M^itad),i-at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena), 
4-Hall of Fame Classit at Springfield Moss. (Springfield 
Civie Center); S-ACC Tournament at Charlotte NC (Char- 
lotteCaliseum);6'HCAAMidwestBegronfirstandSewnd 
Rounds at Wichita, Kan (Kansas Coliseum); 7-NCAA Mid- 
west Regional at Oallas, Texas (Reunion Arena) 

I99<i-9S 

Record:26-8H:16-0A:4-4N:6-4 
ACC: 12-4, ACC Regular Season co-champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No, 10, 
USAToday/CNN No. 11 

N21 17] Chaminade ' W 95-67 

N22 17] Ulah ' W 90-78 

N2! [71 Arizona State ' L 90-97 

N29 [11] LoyolalMd.) W 92-62 

0! (Ill Bucknell W102-64 

05 [11] UMBC W102-77 

08 [11] Colgate W113-53 
010 [11] [5] Massachusetts' L 74-85 
012 [121 Towson W120-73 
D23 [11] Morgan Stale W138-72 
027 |9| La Salle W 96-80 

030 (9) American W 98-77 
14 17] (24) •Georgia Tech W 80-67 
17 [7] 11] • at North Carolina L90-100 
110 [9] • at Florida State W 70-57 
J14 [9] [14] •WakeForest W 76-66 
J22 [8] • at NC State W 84-67 
J25 18] •at Clemson W 56-51 
128 [81 •Ouke W 74-72 
Fl [5] [15] •Virginia W 71-62 
F4 (51 [21] •at Georgia lech L91-100 
F7 [8] [1] •Noith Carolina W 86-73 
F11 [8] ■ Florida State W 80-65 
F1S (71 [14] •alWakeForest L 54 63 
F19 |7| Cincinnati' W 74-72 
F22 (71 •NC State W 84-71 
F25 17] •Clemson W 84-68 
Ml (6) •at Duke W 94-92 
MS (61 (131 •atViiginia L 67-92 
M10 1101 Florida State' W 71-64 
Mil 110] [4] North Carolina (OTl' L 92-97 
M16 [10] Gonzaga' W 87-63 



M18 110) Texas' W 82-68 

M2! (10) [8] Connenicuf L 89-99 

l-MauilnvitationalatLahaina,Hawaii(LahainaGvicCen- 
ter); 2-at Baltimore, Md {Baltimore Arena); 1-atSan An- 
tonio,Texas(Alomodome);4-ACCTournamentatOreens- 
boro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum): S-HCAA VIest Region 
FirstandSecondRoundatSoltiakeOtyUtabOonHunts- 
man Center); 6-NCAA West Regional at Oakland. Calif 
(Oakland Coliseum) 

199S-96 

Record:17-13H:11-3A:3-5N:3 5 

ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA first Round 

N24 [14] |1] Kentucky' L 84-96 

N27 [19] Towson' W 70-67 

02 [19] (5) Massachusetts' L 47-50 

D3 119] GeoigeWashington' W 98-81 

D6 (20) Howard W 88-71 

09 (20) UCLA' L 63-7! 

D13 Rider W 83-67 

023 American W104-79 

028 UMES W 104-66 

13 •at Georgia Tech L 84-98 
16 (161 • North Caralina (Oil L 86-88 
113 18] •alWakeForest L 64-77 
117 OelawareStale W118-55 
120 •NC State (OT) W 77-74 
124 [18] -Clemson W 65-60 

128 •at Ouke L 73-83 
Fl •atVirginia W 80-72 
Fi 125] •Georgia Tech W 88-74 
F6 112] •at North Carolina W 84-78 
FIO •at Florida State L78-100 
F15 (81 •WakeForest L 78-85 
F18 Missouri W 91-72 
F22 • at NC State W 86-84 
F24 •atClemson t 61-68 
F28 -Ouke L 75-77 
M2 •Virginia W 83-71 
M4 • Florida State W 88-78 
M8 Duke' W 82-69 
M9 (18) Georgia lech' L 79-84 
MIS Santa Clare' L 79-91 
l-Halloffame Tip-OffClassicatSpringfield Mass. (Spring- 
fieldCivicCenterl:2-al8altimoie,Md(BaltimoreArenaJ:i- 
Franklm national Bank Classic at iandom, Md (USAir 
Arena): 4-John Wooden Classic at Anaheim, Calif (Arrow- 
head Pond of Anaheim); S-ACCfoumamentat Greensboro 
H-C-(GreensbomColiseum);6-NCAAWestRegionfirstRound 
at Tempe, Aril (Special Events Center) 

1996-97 

Record:21-11 H: 11-3 A: 5-4 N: 5-4 

ACC:9-7, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round, AP No, 22 
N26 Howard W 93-55 

N30 lowson State W 93-76 

02 Chicago State W 94-44 

04 UMBC W 67-i1 

08 California ' W 80-64 

09 George Washington' W 74-68 
D12 Georgia Tech W 77-63 
021 (25) Amencan W 81-74 
023 [21] Lafayette W108-67 

027 [21] Pituburgh- W 66-63 

028 (21) at Hawaii' W 76-59 
030 (19) Georgia (OTl' L 65-73 

14 (19) Virginia W 78-62 
18 119] (13) at North Carolina W 8S-7S 
J12 119] at NC State W 68-59 
J15 (111 (3) Clemson L 63-67 
119 (11) (2) alWakeForest W 54-51 
J21 [7] Pennsylvania' WIOS-73 
126 17] [10] Duke W 74-70 

129 15) at Florida Slate L 70-74 
Fl (5) [2] WakeForest L 69-74 
F5 (7) NC State W 66-55 
F8 (7) (10) at Clemson L 68-80 
F13 (10) Florida Slate W 73-57 
F1S (10) Massachusetts' L 61-78 
F19 (141 at Georgia lech W 76-68 
F22 (14) (12) North CaroBna L 81-93 
F27 (16) [7] atOuke L 69-81 
M2 (16) atVirginia L 74-81 
M7 (22) (131 Clemson' W 76-61 
M8 (22) NC State' L S8-6S 
M13 (22) [16] CollegeofCharleston' L 66-75 
l-Franklin Uational Bank Classic at iandover, Md. (USAir 
Arena): 2-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Howaii (Blaisdell 
Center);3-atBoltimoreMd.(BalhmoreArenal;4-atWotces- 
ter. Moss. (Worcester Centrum); S-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro,N.C.(GreensborDCoHseum):6-HCAAScutheast 
Region First Round at Memphis,Tenn (The Pyramid) 



1997-98 

Record: 21 11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N: 6-4 

ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 20, 
USAToday/NABCNo.22 

N14 17] SouthCarolina(OT)' L 72-76 

N18 Faiileigh Dickinson W 81-70 

N22 Mount St Mary's W102-74 

N25 124] Florida International W117-70 

04 123] [17] •atClemsonlOTl L 65-78 

07 123] [2] Kansas' W 86-83 

D8 119] George Washington' L 66-70 

013 1191 UMBC W104.66 

022 1201 UNCAsheville W110-S2 

027 [20] UNC Wilmington W 74-36 

0!0 [20] atMissoun L 79-8! 

13 (20) 13) •Duke L72-104 

17 (13) •Florida Stale W 81-74 

110 •atNCStale W 68-65 

114 [1] •North Carolina (OT) W 89-83 

117 •alWakeForest L 60-72 

121 •at Georgia Tech W 70-67 

124 123] •Clemson W 74-69 

129 (23) (11 •atOuke L 59-86 

fl (23) -Virginia W 77-70 

F7 (25) - at Flonda State W 68-62 

F11 [24] -NC State W 78-6! 

F14 [24] [1] -at North Carolina L 67-85 

F19 (251 -WakeForest L 79-83 

F21 (2S1 •GeorgiaTech W 81-69 

F24 •atVirginia W 74-66 

F28 (24) Temple ' W 83-66 

M6 (20) GeorgiaTech' W 83-65 

M7 ]20| (1) North Carolina (OTl' L 73-83 
M12 (20) Ulah State' W 82-68 

M14 [20] 122] Illinois' W 67-61 

M19 120) 14] Anions' L 79-87 

l-Black Coaches Association Classic at Minneapolis, Minn. 
(TorgetCenter),2-FranklmNationalBankQossicatWosh- 
ington. DC (MCI Center): i-at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore 
Arena);4-ACCToumamenta1 Gteensboto, H. C (Greensboro 
Coliseum): S-UCAA West Region First and Second Round 
atSactamentoCalif(An:oAreno);6-NCAA West Regional 
at Anaheim, Calif (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim} 

1998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N: 8-2 

ACC: 13-3, 2nd place 

Postseason: NCAASweel Sixteen,AP No.S.USA 

Today/NABCNo.8 

N14 161 Western Carolina W113-46 

N17 161 UMBC W 90-62 

N20 16) Hofstra W 89-59 

N23 15] Doquesne W 81-47 

N26 15] at AU Puerto Rico' W 82-32 

N27 15] [10] UCLA W 70-54 

N28 IS] Pinsbuigh ' W 87-52 

Di [2] WakeForest W 92-69 

06 (21 IS) Stanford ■ W 62-60 

07 (2) DePaul ■ W 92-75 

012 (21 15] at Kentucky L91-103 
019 (S[ Princeton ' W 81-58 
D23 (5) NonhTexas W132-57 
027 (5) South Caralina Slate W104-70 

13 (4) (2) •Ouke L 64-82 
17 (51 •atVirginia W 71-66 
110 IS) •NC State W 94-48 
113 (51 (9) -at North Carolina W 89-76 
119 (41 -at Georgia Tech W 77-62 
124 |4| -at Clemson (OT) W 81-79 
J27 14) -Florida State W107-87 
131 (4| -atWakeForest L 72-85 
F3 (71 (21 -atOuke L 77-95 
F6 17) -Virginia W 88-72 
FIO 17) -atNCStale W 63-50 
Fl! 17) 112] - North Carolina W 81-64 
F21 [51 -GeorgiaTech W 91-60 
F24 (51 -Clemson W 77-60 
F27 (51 - at Florida State W 84-75 
MS (51 Florida State' W 93-69 
M6 (5) (IS) North Carolina' L 79-86 
Mil [S] Valparaiso' W 82-60 
M13 (51 Creighton' W 75-63 
M18 IS] [9] St.John's' L 62-76 
l-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, PR. (Eugenia Guerro 
SportsCample)tt;2-B8STClassicatWashington.0.C(MCI 
Center): lot Baltimore. Md (Baltrmore Arena): 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, MC (Greensboro Coliseuml;S- 
HCAA South Region First and Second Rounds at Orlando, 
Flo. (Orlando Arenaj;6-NCAASoutbRegionalatKnoxville, 
Tenn. (Thompson-Baling Aiena) 



1999-00 

Record:25 10H:15 1 A:4-5N:6-4 
ACC: 1 1 -5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 17, 
USA Today/ESPN No. 25 

N17 San Francisco ' W 71-61 

N19 Tulane' W 78-70 

N22 [24] Fairleigh Dickinson W104-45 

N24 (24) [11] Kentucky' L 58-61 

N26 [24] Notre Dame' W 72-67 

N30 [24] Iowa ' W 83-65 

04 [24] [16] Illinois' W 69-67 

05 [24] GeoigeWashington' L 69-74 
07 (211 Winlhrop(OI) W 76-65 
Oil 121] (231 Kemucky W 72-66 
027 114) George Mason W 69-66 
030 114) UMBC W 82-52 
12 [14] Coastal Carolina WlOO-48 
J6 (12) -atNCStale L 66-68 
19 (12) 18) -Duke L 70-80 
lis (181 -at Georgia Tech L 68-69 
119 (24) •WakeForest W 71-53 
122 124] Clemson W 74-62 
127 122] •at North Carolina L 63-75 
J29 (22) •at Florida Slate W 82-63 
F2 (25) •Virginia W 91-79 
f6 (25) •NC Stale W 78-73 
F9 (231 (31 •alDuke W 98-87 
F13 (23) (191 atfemple L 65-73 
F16 [22] -GeorgiaTech W 92-70 
F19 [22] •alWakeForest W 73-67 
F22 (191 •atClemson W 76-63 
F26 (191 •North Carolina W 81-73 
Ml (17] •FloridaState W 85-70 
M4 117) • atVirginia (OT) L 87-89 
MtO (201 FloridaState' W 82-61 
Mil [20] NC State' W 64-61 
M12 120) (!] Duke' L 68-81 
M16 117) lona' W 74-59 
M18 (171 UCU' L70-10S 
1 -Preseason NIT at College Patk, Md (Cole Field House): 
2-Preseason NIT at New York, N. Y. (Madison Sguare Gar- 
den): 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Baltimore, Md (Baltl- 
moreArena);4-BB&TCIassicatWashington,DC(MCICen- 
ter); S-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, NC. (Charlotte Coli- 
seum); 6-NCAA Midwest Region First and Second Round 
at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 

2000-01 

Record: 25-11 H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N: 8-5 

ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA National Semifinalist, AP No, 

11, USA Today/ESPN No. 4 

N20 16] Louisville' W 95-73 

N21 161 181 Illinois' L 80-90 

N22 16) Dayton' L 71-77 

N29 (13) [23] at Wisconsin '(OT) L 75-78 

02 (13) Michigan' W 82-51 

03 (13) GeoigeWashington' W 71-63 

06 [19] Stony Brook W107-S9 
09 [19] at Pennsylvania W 87-81 
Dt3 (201 UMBC W 93-67 
023 [20] NorfolkState W123-79 
027 (181 ChicagoStaie W117-SS 
030 (18) UMES W10^-53 
12 (17) -atClemson W104-92 
16 117) -GeorgiaTech W 93-80 
110 [14] 19] -North Carolina L 83-86 
114 (14) -at Florida State W 76-55 
117 |12) (10) -WakeForest W 81-71 
121 (12) -atNCStale W 75-61 
127 (8) (2) -Duke (OTl L 96-98 
Jil (9) [11] -atVirginia L 78-99 
F4 (9) -Clemson W 69-54 
F6 (13) -at Georgia Tech L 62-72 
FIO (131 [1] -at North Carolina L 82-96 
F14 (171 -FloridaState L 71-74 
F17 (171 [23] -alWakeForest W 73-57 
F20 120] -NC State W 95-66 
F24 120] 1161 Oklahoma W 68-60 
F27 (161 12] -alDuke W 91-80 
M! 1161 (7) -Virginia W102-67 
M9 111] [22] WakeForest' W 71-53 
MIO lit] (3) Ouke' L 82-84 
MIS 111] GeorgeMason' W 83-80 
M17 [11] Georgia State ' W 79-60 
M22 111] (211 Georgetown' W 76-66 
M24 111] 121 Stanford' W 87-7! 
M!l 111] HI Duke' L 84-95 
l-Mauilnvitationalattahoino,Hawoii(LohoinaCJvicCen- 
ter); 2-ACOBig Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise (Brad- 
ley Center); i-BB&T Classic atWasbingtan,O.C. (MCI Cen- 
ter): 4-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Go. (Georgia Dome): 
S-NCAA West Region First and Second Round at Boise, 
ldaho(BSUPovllion);6-NCAAWestRegionolat Anaheim, 
Calif (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim); 7-NCAA Final Four 
at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 



!l'NOTE: iince the 1 994 season, Gary Williams and the Terrapins have attended eight NCAA Tournaments, five Sweet Sixteens and the 200 1 final four. 







CIGHT COM5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 




200I FINAL FOUR 



SEIilESRESULTS 



Air Force 


12-21-77 H W 99-77 


Canisius 


1-27-40 


A L 


30-48 


Maryland leads, 2-0 

1-14-78 H W 74-7i 


12-2-89 N3 W 78-60 
1 -Charlotte Invitational at Charlotte, 


Maryland leads, 7-0 

12-17-71 H W 86-77 


12-19-40 
1-10-48 


H I 
H W 


34-48 
49-42 


12-2-78 A W 81-68 


H.C. (Chatlotte Coliseum); 2'Maryland 


12-9-72 A W 107-80 


2-23-48 


A W 


63-61 




Invitational at College Park Md (Cole 


1-22-74 H W 86-73 


12-18-48 


H W 


74-50 


Alabama 


Field House); 1-Centrol Fidelity Classic 
atflichmondVa (Rabbins Center) 


12-23-78 H W 128-103 


2-20-49 
12-16-49 


A L 
H I 


49-68 
55-60 


Maryland leads, 3-0 




1-20-82 H W 91-73 


2-25-50 


A L 


68-70 


7-26-2S Nl W 27-21 
12-8-84 A W 59-54 


Augusta College 


12-4-82 A W 67-66 
12-3-8! H W 77-55 


2-3-51 
2-19-51 


A L 
H W 


44-50 
54-50 (Oil 


12-21-85 H W 60-58 
1-So Cofi( Tournament at Atlanta, Ga 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-89 H W 105-74 


Carroll Institute 


3 1-51 

12-4-5! 


Nl W 
A W 


50-48 
81-41 


Alaska-Anchorage 


BainbridgeNavy 


Maryland trails, 0-1 

1904-05 L 


1-6-54 
3-4-54 


H W 
N2 W 


79-54 
75-59 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


Maryland trails, 0-2 




1-8-55 


A W 


71-63 


11-24-84 Nl W 54-52 


12-21-43 H L 20-52 


Catholic 


2-15-55 


H W 


68-66 


1-Oreat Alaska Stiootout at Anchorage, 


1-24-44 A I 25-78 


Maryland leads, 12-10 


1-7-56 


A W 


71-6! 


AlaikalSullimn Arena) 




1910-11 H W 35-30 


2-14-56 


H W 


81-69 




Ball State 


1-14-14 A L 


1-4-57 


A W 


59-52 


Alcorn State 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-31-14 H I 


2-25-57 
1-4-58 
2-13-58 


H W 


74-65 
66-73 
72-54 


Maryland leads, 10 


11-30-76 H W 86-70 


1-25-19 Nl I 7-25 
3-3-19 Nl L 12-14 


H W 


12-30-89 H W 110-91 


Baltimore City 


1923-24 H I 13-30 


1-10-59 
2-16-59 


A L 
H W 


46-55 
77-58 


American 


College 


H L 14-20 
1924-25 A W 18-14 


2-15-60 


H W 


70-55 


Maryland leads, 9-1 


Maryland leads, 2-1 


H W 27-17 


2-26-60 
2-10-6! 


A W 
A L 


66-59(201) 
59-76 


1926-27 A L 16-21 


2-21-14 H L 


1-11-30 H W 37-30 




11-27-77 Nl W 78-65 


1-21-36 H W 55-33 


2-6-31 A W 24-21 


2-25-61 


H W 


82-80(011 


12-2-80 H W 95-65 


1-4-38 A W 50-32 


2-3-32 H W 39-34 


3-2-61 


N2 W 


91-75 


1-J-83 H W 73-71 




1-25-33 A L 27-29 


2-10-62 


A L 


61-73 


1-29-91 H W 72-69 


Biscayne 


2-2-34 H W 33 25 


2-24-62 
2-9-63 


H L 
A L 


68-75 
60-62 


n-30-91 H W 93-68 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-12-35 A I 29^5 


2-23-63 


H W 


69-67 


12-10-92 H W 98-67 


12-9-78 H W 86-60 


2-15-36 H I 29^10 


12-16-63 


H W 


56-48 


12-30-94 H W 98-77 




2-12-38 H W 49-33 








12-23-95 H W 104-79 
12-21-96 H W 81-74 


Boston College 


2-20-39 A W 40-38 
2-17-40 H W 46-31 


2-28-64 
3-5-64 


A L 
N2 I 


68-83 
67-81 


l-Tip Ofl Tournament at iandorn, MiJ. 


Maryland leads, 3-1 


1-29-44 H W 33-31 


1-8-65 


A W 


67-65 (20T) 


(Capital Centre) 


3-11-58 Nl W 86-63 


2-8-44 A L 33-53 


2-26-65 


H W 


88-71 




12-30-73 H2 W 58-37 


12-10-79 H W 113-79 


3-4-65 


N2 W 


61-50 


AU of Puerto Rico 


12-24-83 H W 89-76 
12-3-90 N3 I 85-100 


l-atWashmqtonYMCA 


1-29-66 
2-26-66 


A I 
H I 


66-71 
69-81 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-26-98 Al W 82-32 


UnCAA Tournament at Hew fort City, 
H.y. (Madison Square Gardens); 2- 


Central Florida 


1-16-67 
2-25-67 


H W 
A I 


68-48 
61-65 


1-Puerto ftiw StJOOtout at Bayamon, 


Maryland Invitational of College Pork, 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-15-68 


A I 


93-94 (20T1 


P.H. (Eugenia Querra Sports Complex) 


Md (Cole Field House); l-ACOBig last 


2-16-87 H W 73-55 


2-24-68 


H W 


81-68 


Appalachian State 


Challenge at Richmond, )la. (Pichmond 
Coliseum) 


Chaminade 


1-13-69 
2-22-69 


H W 
A W 


83-78 
84-83 


Maryland leads, 2-0 




Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-12-70 


A W 


75-68 


1-2-75 H W 96-50 


Boston University 


11-21-94 Nl W 95-67 


2-23-70 
1-11-71 
2-23-71 


H W 
H W 
A L 


103-85 
56-52 
45-51 (OT) 


12-18-76 H W 76-74 


Maryland leads, 3-1 

12-8-75 H W 122-82 


l-f4aui!nvitationalatiahaina,Hawaii 
(LohainoOvic Center) 


Arizona 

Maryland trails, 0-2 


2-11-80 H W 99-76 
1-20-90 Nl L 61-65 


Chicago State 


1-8-72 
2-19-72 
3-9-72 


A L 
H W 
N! W 


61-63 
67-57 
54-52 


12-27-63 Nl I 54-57 


1-22-91 H W 85-59 


Maryland leads, 2-0 


1-6-7! 


A W 


79-75 


3-19-98 N2 I 79-87 


l-atSostonMass. (Boston Gatden) 


12-2-96 H W 94-44 


2-17-73 


H W 


69-66 


I'EvonsvilleHolidayTournamentlHob- 




12-27-00 H W 117-55 


3-8-73 


N! W 


77-61 


erts Stadium); 2-NCAA Tournament at 


Brown 




1-5-74 


H W 


89-60 


Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of 


Maryland leads, 3-0 


CCHY 


2-16-74 


A W 


56-54 


Anaheim) 


12-1-71 H W 100-83 


The series is tied, 1-1 


1-22-75 


A I 


82-83 


Arizona State 


11-29-72 H W 127-82 
12-8-79 H W 72-59 


1924-25 H W 22-16 
12-31-41 A I 40-57 


2-26-75 
1-21 76 


H W 
H L 


70-64 
77-82 


The series is tied, 1-1 






2-14-76 


A W 


98-89 


12-30-5! Nl W 65-50 


Bucknell 


Cincinnati 


1-19-77 


A L 


71-93 


11-23-94 N2 I 90-97 
l-AII-AmerKan City Tournament al 


Maryland leads, 6-0 

12-22-76 H W 106-72 


Maryland leads, 2-1 

2-2-49 Al L 33-70 


2-12-77 
1-16-78 


H W 
H W 


84-78 
90-75 


Oweniboro, Ky.; 2-f^aui Invitational at 
iohoina, Hawaii iiahaina Civir Center) 


11-25-77 H W 95-62 
11-24-78 H W 107-97 


12-30-54 N2 W 78-61 
2-19-95 N3 W 74-72 


2-11-78 
1-17-79 
2-10-79 


A W 
A W 
H W 


80-75 
77-63 
77-69 


Arkansas 


12-22-79 H W 95-73 
1-19-87 H W 77-68 


I -at Cincinnati, Ohio (Music Hall); 2- 
All-American City Tournament at 


3-1-79 
1-16-80 


N3 W 
K W 


75-67 
84-83 


The series is tied, 1-1 


12-3-94 H W 102-64 


Owensboro,Ky.;l-atSanAntonio,fe)ias 


2-9-80 


A I 


81-90 


12-30-87 H W 88-61 
12-10-88 A L 68-73 

Army 


Buffalo 

Maryland leads, 4-0 


(Alamodame) 

The Citadel 


2-29-80 
1-17-81 
2-12-81 


N3 W 
A W 
H W 


91-85 

68-«2(0T) 

72-70 


12-1-69 H W 97-77 


Maryland leads, 2-0 


1-16-82 


H W 


62-57 


Maryland trails, 4-8 


12-5-70 H W 109-70 


3-4 38 Nl W 45-43 


2-13-82 


A I 


66-75 


1-7-39 A I 25-45 


1-25-72 H W 82-58 


2-26-47 H W 52-40 


1-19-8! 


A W 


80-61 


2-18-42 A I 32-44 


2-11-73 H W 93-64 


l-Sc.Conf.TournamentatPaletgh,H.C 


2-19-8! 


H W 


92-88 


2-6-43 A L 40-44 




(ReynoldsColiseum} 


1-17-84 


H W 


85-72 


3-1-44 A L 2285 


California 




2-18-84 


A W 


66-65 (30T) 


2-28-45 i I 34-54 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


Clemson 


1-16-85 


H W 


94-84 


2-27-4« A I 25-52 
2-24-47 A W 57-54 


12-8-96 Nl W 80-64 
I -franklin national Bonk Classic at 


Maryland leads, 78-42 

12-15-38 H W 45-35 


2-17-85 
2-8-86 


A L 
H W 


64-71 
78^9 


1-31-48 A L 44-48 


lahdoverMddlSAir Arena) 


34-39 Nl L 27-39 


2-15-86 


A L 


60-70 


12-29-66 Nl W 57-54 




M-40 H W 53-26 


1-17-87 


A L 


64-72 


12-19-69 H2 I 54-69 




2^1-87 


H I 


79-80 



1 988 H w 6853 Connecticut 

2-10-88 A w 70-66 Maryland trails, 0-3 

2-7-89 H W 98-87 ,,^^„ ,, ^ j;.„ 

1-MO A L 77-82 , j,.,, ^^ ^ „.„ 

2-7-90 H I 73-75 l-ACC/Big East Challenge at Hartford, 

1-5-91 H W 81-65 Conn. (Hartford Cm Center), 2-HCAA 

2-6-91 A I 69-73 Tournament at Oakland Calif (Oakland 

1-25-92 H W 84-71 f„,„„, 
2-22-92 A L 70-82 

3 8 92 N4W 8175 Coppln StatC 

1-26-93 A L 72-82 ^"VV" ■"*"" 

2 27-93 H L 73-81 Maryland trails, 0-1 

1-26-94 H W 73-53 ""-8' " ^ "-'« 
2-26-94 A L 67-73 

1 2595 A W 56-51 Comell 

2-25-95 H W 84-68 Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-24-96 H W 65-60 1 1-27-9! H W 92-41 
2-24-96 A L 61-68 

11597 H I 6367 (reighton 

2-8-97 A I 68-80 ,, ,.,.-,. 

3-7-97 N3W 7661 Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-4-97 A I 65-78(011 'l'" >" " «-" 

1-24-98 H W 74-69 ="-" "2 W 75-63 

174-99 A w 8179(071 l-HCAATournamehtatbjbbock,Teias 

7 74 99 H W 77 6(1 (Memorial Coliseum); 2-HCAA Tourna- 

122 00 H W 74 62 meat at Orlando, Flo. (Orlando Arena) 

2-22-00 A W 76-6! - . , 

1-2-01 A w 104-92 Davidson 

2-4-01 H w 6954 Maryland leads, 6-3 

l-So.ConfTournamenlatftaleigh,H.C. 12-16-38 H W 44-27 

(BeynoldsColiseum);2-ACCTournament 12-16-47 H W 59-58 

atSaleigh,H.C(BeynoldsColiseum);3- 3-4-48 Nl L 51-58 

ACC Toutnament at Gteensboro, H.C 1-4-49 N2 L 49-52 

(Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tourno- 2-18-50 H W 64-61 

meat at Charlotte, H.C (Charlotte Coll- 2-1-51 A W 57-55 

seam) 3-1-52 H W 7M8 
12 28-66 A3 W 66-65 

ACC Series Profile '^wm *' ^ 69 8! 

lerosatHome- 45-8 l-SO-ConfTournamentatDurham,H.C 

lerps Of, the Road: 22-31 (DukelndoorStadiumj;2-atCharlottes- 

lerps at Neutral Sites: 10-3 *' '"- ""™'""" '■y"""""""- ^' 

Terns since 1953-54- 74-34 Charlone Invitational at Charlotte, N.C. 

lastlOOames: .""' .8-2 (ad'IbOeColiseurn) 

Current Streak: (JMmoil7 _ 

longest UM Win Streak: 11 UaytOn 

Longest CU Win Streak: 4 The series is tied, 2-2 

Largest Win Margin: ,.,40 12-30-65 Nl W 77-75 

iSl 41on0e(.4,195!l 2-13-84 H W 61-59 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 15-85 A L 6!-67 

(93-71 onlan, 19, 19771 11-22-00 N2 I 71-77 

Most UM Points Scored: 104 l-SugarBowlTournomentatHewOr- 

Most CU Points Scored: 94 leans, La. (Loyola Field House); 2-Maui 

Invitational at Lohaina, Hawaii 

Cleveland State ILahomaCmcCenter) 

Maryland leads, 1-0 . , 

12-5-84 H w 95-84 Delaware 

The series is tied, 2-2 

Coastal Carolina "lo" a l i4 2! 

Maryland leads, 1-0 '""-'^ * ^ 

1-2-00 H W 100-48 12-»-" " " '"-5* 
12-1-70 H W 86-73 

Colgate Delaware State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 .. , j. j ,« 

12 8-94 H w 113 53 Maryland leads, 2-0 

11-25-89 H W 87-5! 

Collegeof 

Charleston DePaul 

Maryland trails, 0-1 Maryland leads, 2-0 

!-l!-97 Nl L 66-75 12-12-76 H W 92-74 

1-NCAATournamenlatMempbis.Tenn. 12-7-98 Nl W 92-75 

(ThePytamid) l-BB&TCIassicatWoshingtohO.CiMCI 

Columbia 

Maryland leads, 2-0 DePaUW 

1924 25 A w 24 2! Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-28-6!Nl W82-76 i;-,;.?, „ « 1,3.49 

J-FvonsyilleHolidayTournament(Rob- l2-!-75 H W 99-42 
ens Stadium) 



Dickinson College 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

2-19-38 H W 57-27 



Duke 










Maryland trails, 53-95 






1925-26 


H W 


41-20 






1-9-30 


H L 


27-28 






2-20-30 


A L 


24-39 






1-15-31 


H W 


32-24 






2-20-32 


A W 


20-18(01) 






1-12-33 


H W 


30-28 






1-11-34 


H W 


!7-!3 






1-11-iS 


H L 


39-48 






2-1-36 


H W 


!8-34 






!-S-!6 


Nl W 


47-35 






1-16-37 


H I 


31-34 






1-30-37 


A I 


30-34 






1-15-38 


H W 


40-35 






1-29-38 


A L 


34-44 






3-5-38 


Nl L 


32-35 






1-13-39 


H W 


37-34 






2-2-39 


A W 


60-44 






1-9-40 


H W 


32-30 






1-30-40 


A L 


37-48 






3-1-40 


Nl L 


32-44 






1-11-41 


H L 


26-40 






2-1-41 


A L 


17-43 






1-10-42 


A L 


33-37 






2-25-42 


H L 


46-64 






2-12-43 


H L 


43-46 






1-6-45 


A L 


24-51 






2-22-45 


Nl L 


49-76 






1-4-46 


A I 


25-59 






1-25-46 


H W 


43-38 






2-18-47 


H L 


38-40 






1-5-48 


A L 


42-53 






1-3-50 


A L 


46-58 






2-10-50 


H W 


67-57 






2-16-51 


H L 


40-49 






2-18-52 


A L 


51-56 






3-6-52 


Nl L 


48-51 






3-5-53 


Nl W 


74-65 


00 


2-16-54 


H L 


61-68 





12-7-54 


H W 


49-47 





12-17-54 


A L 


61-68 


1 


1-14-56 


A L 


62-76 





2-7-56 


H L 


70-82 


r>o 


3-1-56 


N2 L 


69-94 


Z 


1-10-57 


H W 


62-51 


1 


1-31-57 


A L 


60-72 


^ 


1-8-58 


H W 


74-49 


>■ 


2-21-58 


A L 


59-68 


c; 


3-7-58 


N2W 


71-65(011 


CD 

> 


1-7-59 


H W 


64-31 




1-17-59 


A L 


69-78 


■— 


1-16-60 


A W 


56-48 


> 


2-18-60 


H W 


71-61 




1-14-61 


A L 


62-70 


• 


2-16-61 


H W 


76-71 


> 


1-13-62 


A L 


68-84 


r 
r 
1 


2-13-62 


H L 


53-79 


3-1-62 


N2 L 


58-71 


H 

X 
ifi 


12-9-62 


A L 


56-92 


2-19-63 


H L 


70-76 


2-8-64 


H L 


72-104 


2-22-64 


A L 


63-84 


10 


2-1-65 


A L 


64-82 


in 




2-23-65 


H W 


85-82 


1-13-66 


A L 


61-76 


K 


2-19-66 


H L 


69-74 


9 


1-14-67 


H L 


69-72(01) 





2-18-67 


A L 


58-81 


1-13-68 


H L 


52-84 





2-6-68 


A L 


64-85 


X 


1-11-69 


A I 


85-96 




2-10-69 


H I 


83-93 


IM 


1-28-70 


H W 


52-50 




2-21-70 


A L 


76-87 




2-6-71 


A W 


88-79 


^M^H 


2-13-71 


H L 


67-70 


^^^^^ 


2-5-72 


H W 


77-58 


MABTLAND 


2-26-72 


A L 


59-68 


HmfRn 


2-3-73 


A L 


81-85 


||img|il 


2-24-73 


H W 


96-68 


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I[l!f'HOT£: Detroit appears on the Maryland schedule on Dec. 9 at Cole Field House It is the first time the Terps and Titans have ever met 



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CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 




l-l-lt, H W 104-83 
2-23-74 A W 64-61 
3-7-74 N3 W 85-66 
1-8-75 H W 83-77 
2-8-75 A W 104-80 
2-7-76 H W 102-91 
2-21-76 A L 67-69 
3-4-76 N4W 80-78 (OTI 
2-5-77 A W 65-64(07) 
2-19-77 H W 85-72 
1-4-78 H L 78-88 
2-18-78 A L 70-81 
3-2-78 N3 L 69-81 
2-3-79 A L 78-87 
2-17-79 H W 70-68 
2-2-80 H W 101-82 
2-16-80 A I 61-66 
3-1-80 N3 L 72-73 
1-10-81 H W 94-79 
2-7-81 A L 54-55 
3-5-81 N4 W 56-53 
1-9-82 A W 40-36 
2-6-82 H W 77-60 
1-15-83 H L 67-86 
2-21-83 A W 101-90 
1-14-84 A W 81-75 
2-11-84 H L 84-89 
3-11-84 N3 W 74-62 
1-14-85 H W 78-76(071 
2-9-85 A L 62-70 
3-8-85 N5 L 73-86 
1-4-86 H L 75-81 
1-25-86 A L 68-80 
1-14-87 H L 61-85 
2-7-87 A L 67-76 
1-16-88 A W 72-69 
2-13-88 H L 83-90 
1-14-89 H L 72-82 
2-11-89 A L 60-86 
1-13-90 A L 80-91 
2-10-90 H L 111-114(071 
3-9-90 N6 L 84-104 
1-12-91 H L 78-94 
2-9-91 A L 81-101 
1-8-92 H L 66-83 
2-20-92 A L 89-91 
3-9-92 N6 L 87-94 
1-30-9 J H L 62-78 
3-3-93 A L 79-95 
1-29-94 A L 62-75 
3-2-94 H L 69-73 
1-28-95 H W 74-72 
3-1-95 A W 94-92 
1-28-96 A L 73-83 
2-28-96 H L 75-77 
3-8-96 N3 W 82-69 
1-26-97 H W 74-70 
2-27-97 A L 69-81 
1-3-98 H L 72-104 
1-29-98 A L 59-86 
1-3-99 H L 64-82 
2-3-99 A L 77-95 
1-9-00 H I 70-80 
2-9-00 A W 98-87 
3-12-00 N6 I 68-81 
1-27-01 H L 96-98(071 
2-27-01 A W 91-80 
3-10-01 N7 L 82-84 
3-31-01 N8 L 84-95 
/-So. fofif Tournament at Raleigh, 
HC. iReynolii Coliseum}; 2'AC( 
Tournament at Raleigti, NX 
(Reynolds Coliseum}; i-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Greensboto, /V.C (Greens- 
boro Coliseum}, 4-ACC Tournament 
at Landover Md (Caprtal Centre); 5- 
ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga, 
(Omnij; 6-ACC Tournament at Char- 
lotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 7- 
ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 
(Georgia Dome); 8-NCAA final Four 
at Minneapolis, Minn. (HUH 
Metrodome) 



ACC Series Profile 

IcrpsatHome: 32-34 

TerpsontheRoad: 14-48 

7erps at Neutral Sites; 7-13 

7erps since 1953-54: 39-72 

LastlOGames: 2 8 

Current Strealc . . DUwon2 
Longest UM Win Strealc: 7 

longest DU Win Streali: . 15 

Largest Win Margin; 33 

.„. l64-31on)an,7,19S9) 

Largest Loss Margin: 36 

92-56 on Dec,9, 1962) 

Most UM Points Scored: Ill 

Most OU Points Scored: 114 

Duquesne 

Maryland leads, 7-0 

2-9-72 H W 85-71 

2-21-73 A W 81-71 

2-20-74 H W 98-72 

2-23-75 A W 103-82 

12-11-82 H W 85 64 

12-10-83 A W 78-67 

11-23-98 H W 81 47 

East Carolina 

Maryland leads, 6-0 

11-29-75 H W 127-84 

12-8-76 H W 80-69 

12-7-77 H W 130-106 

12-16-78 H W 82-71 

2-13-80 H W 85-72 

12-10-87 H W 75-59 

Eastern Kentucky 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-5-73 H W 106-57 

East Tennessee 
State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

3-1-75 H W 104-87 
12-23-89 Nl W 91-86 
l-Chaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 



Evansville 



The series is tied, 1-1 

12-31-53 Nl W 66-58 
12-30-91 N2 I 64-75 
l-AII-American City Tournament at 
Owensboro, Ky.; 2-Fiesta Bowl Clas- 
sic at Tucson, Am. (McKale Center) 

Fairleiqh 
Dickinson 

Maryland leads, 5-0 

12 10-80 H W 109-83 
12-3-85 H W 74-51 
12-29-86 H W 70-59 
11-18-97 H W 81-70 
11-22-99 H W 10445 

Florida 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

2-26-32 Nl I 24-39 
1 -So. Conf. lournamenl at Atlanta, 



Fla. International 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-25-97 H W 117-70 

Florida State 

Maryland leads, 17-6 

1-18-92 H L 83-91(07) 

2-5-92 A W 93-85 

1-13-93 A L 85-105 

2-13-93 H I 84-87 

1-11-94 H W 80-74 

2-12-94 A W 69-66 

1-10-95 A W 70-57 



2-11-95 H W 80-65 

3-10-95 Nl W 71-64 

2-10-96 A L 78-100 

3-4-96 H W 88-78 

1-29-97 A L 70-74 

2-13-97 H W 73-57 

1-7-98 H W 81-74 

2-7-98 A W 68-62 

1-27-99 H W 107-87 

2-27-99 A W 84-75 

3-5-99 Nl W 93-69 

1-29-00 A W 82-63 

3-1-00 H W 85-70 

3-10-00 N2 W 82-61 

1-14-01 A W 76-55 

2-14-01 H L 71-74 

l-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
UC. (Greensboro Colrseum); 2-ACC 
TournamentotCharlotte.N.C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum! 

ACC Series Profile 

TerpsatHome: 7-3 

7erps on the Road: 7-3 

7erps at Neutral Sites: 3-0 

Terpssince 1953-54; 17-6 

LastlOGames; 9-1 

Current Strealc FSUwonI 

Longest UM Win Streak: 10 

Longest FSli Win Streak: 2 

Largest Win Margin: 24 

(93-69 on March 5,1999) 

Largest Loss Margin; 22 

(100-78 on Feb.10,1996) 

Most UM Points Scored; 107 

Most FSU Points Scored: 105 

Fordham 

Maryland leads, 7-1 

12-6-56 H L 62-68 
12-7-57 A W 61-58 
12-29-59 Nl W 76-54 
12-20-69 H2 W 94-71 
2-8-73 A W 83-72 
1-17-74 H W 112-73 
2-6-75 A W 65-46 
12-20-75 H W 81-56 
I -Blue Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky. 
(Kentucky State Farrgrounds Pavil- 
ion};2-MarylandtnvitationalatCot- 
lege Park, Md (Cole Field House} 

Fort Belvoir 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

1-26-44 H L 29-60 

Gallaudet 

Maryland leads, 7-6 

1-11-11 A L 30-58 

1910-11 H L 27-54 

1-21-14 A L 15-79 

2-14-14 H L 

1-18-19 Nl W 27-26 

2-15-19 Nl L 9-33 

1923-24 H W 42-28 

1924-25 H W 25-14 

1925-26 H W 40-13 

1926-27 H W 39-26 

1-18-28 H W 45-20 

1-7-31 H W 38-29 

12-21-44 H L 26-27 

I -at Washington YMCA 

George Mason 

Maryland leads, so 

12-5-81 H W 74-62 
11-26-85 A W 81-80 
12-22-89 Nl W 104-86 
12-27-99 H W 69-66 

3-15-01 N2 W 83-80 
l-Chaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 
2-NCAA Tournament at Boise, Idaho 
(8SU Pavilion) 



Georgetown 

Maryland leads, 36-25 

1910-11 A I 25-31 

1-28-14 A L 

3-11-35 H L 24-25 

2-21-36 A W 47-39 

2-20-37 H L 27-39 

1-12-38 A I 39-57 

2-8-39 H L 25-39 

1-17-40 A W 28-27 

1-17-41 A L 34-51 

1-21-42 A W 51-42 

2-20-43 H L 36-46 

2-4-47 H W 55-49 

1-7-48 A L 40-52 

1-10-49 A L 51-53 

2-17-49 H L 52-56 

1-7-50 A W 71-65 

1-13-51 H W 58-47 

1-10-52 H W 55-40 

2-21-52 A L 61-71 

1-10-53 H L 45-54 

2-19-53 A I 48-49 

1-9-54 A L 56-58(07) 

2-18-54 H W 53-50 

12-4-54 H W 60-43 

2-25-55 A W 57-49(2071 

1-21-56 A W 62-57(07) 

2-25-56 H W 72-61 

1-16-57 H W 82-69 

2-27-57 A W 62-59 

1-14-58 A W 55-45 

2-26-58 H W 56-46 

1-14-59 H W 61-53 

2-25-59 A W 67-56 

12-14-59 H W 59-48 

1-13-60 A L 51-66 

12-14-60 A W 78-67 

1-11-61 H W 55-47 

12-6-61 H L 78-79(207) 

1-10-62 A W 83-70 

12-4-62 A L 70-79 

2-4-63 H W 73-72 

12-4-63 A L 72-83 

2-25-64 H L 78-81 

2-13-65 A W 85-67 

12-15-65 H W 77-59 

2-11-67 A L 49-80 

3-2-68 H W 68-60 

3-1-69 A W 83-78 

2-7-70 H W 81-71 

12-19-70 A L 79-92 

12-13-71 H W 79-46 

12-12-72 A W 99-73 

12-11-73 H W 115-83 

12-10-74 Nl W 104-71 

2-18-76 A W 72-63 

11-28-77 N2W 91-87 

11-28-78 Nl L 65-68 

12-4-79 N3 L 71-83 

3-14-80 N4 L 68-74 

11-26-93 Al W 84-83(07) 

3-22-01 N5 W 76-66 
hat Landover, Md (Capital Centre); 
2-Tip Off Tournament at Landover, 

Md (Capital Centre); l-ot Washing- 
ton, DC. (Municipal Armory); • 
fJCAA Tournament at Philadelphi 
Pa. (Tf}eSpectrum};5-NCAA Tourna 
meat at Anaheim, Calif (Arrowhead 
Pond of Anaheim) 

George Washington 

Maryland leads, 34-27 

2-11-14 H L 

2-1-19 Nl L 11-25 

3-8-19 Nl L 20-53 

1923-24 H W 41-22 

1923-24 H L 19-20 

2-22-39 A L 24-37 

2-22-40 H L 26-44 

2-1041 A L 28-61 

1-24-42 H L 29-47 

1-23-43 A L 43-48 

2-2-46 H W 48-35 



1-10-47 H W 44-43 

2-10-47 H I 48-63 

2-11-48 A L 49-65 

3-1-48 H L 35-59 

1-26-49 H L 54-66 

2-26-49 A L 42-61 

1-14-50 H I 51-72 

2-23-51 A I 47-67 

2-29-52 H I 56-57 

2-3-53 A I 62-63(207) 

2-24-53 H W 66-53 

1-15-54 H W 68-61 

2-23-54 A L 57-70 

1 18-55 A L 53-75 

2-8-55 H L 67-73 

1-5-56 H W 62-48 

2-11-56 A W 67-46 

1-12-57 A W 68-48 

2-2-57 H W 84-67 

12-4-57 H W 64-55 

2-10-59 H L 65-66(07) 

12-3-59 A W 64-57 

2-20-60 H W 86-84(071 

12-6-60 H W 80-68 

2-18-61 A L 44-63 

1-3-62 A W 67-56 

1-16-62 H W 81-67 

1-7-63 H W 74-72 

2-1-63 A W 68-67 

2-1-64 A W 80-76 

12-3-64 H W 82-80 

1-27-66 A W 107-81 

2-9-67 H W 78-52 

12-4-67 A W 84-53 

12-17-68 H W 99-96 

12-3-69 A W 92-71 

1-23-71 H W 69-67 

12-4-71 A W 117-96 

12-22-72 H W 88-79 

2-9-74 N2 W 92-71 

12-21-74 N2 W 81-67 

1-7-76 A W 82-72 

1-29-77 H L 76-86 

12-10-77 A I 90-101 

1-3-79 H W 84-72 

12-3-95 N3 W 98-81 

12-9-96 N3 W 74-68 

12-8-97 N4 L 66-70 

12-5-99 N5 L 69-74 

12-3-00 N5 W 71-63 

T-at Washington YI^CA; 2-al 

Landover, Md (Caprtal Centre); 1- 

Franklin National Bank Classic at 

Landover, Md. (USAir Arena); 4- 

Franklin National Bank Classic at 

Washington, D.C (MCI Center); S- 

SBiT Classic at Washington, Of 

(MCI Center) 



Georgia 



Maryland trails, 2-5 

2-29-24 Nl L 25-29 
1926-27 H W 34-33 
2-25-27 Nl L 22-27 
3-2-31 Nl W 26-25 
2-4-33 H L 36-40 
3-15-82 N2 I 69-83 
12-30-96 N3 I 65-73(07) 
1-So. Conf Tournament at Atlanta, 
Go.; 2-National Invitation Tourna- 
ment at New York, N. Y (Madison 
Square Garden); i-Rambow Classic 
at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Cen- 
ter) 

Georgia State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

11-26-88 Nl W 69-62 
3-17-01 N2W 79-60 
l-Freedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, 
Calif (Srea Events Center); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Boise, Idaho (BSD 
Pavilion) 



Georgia Tech 

Maryland trails, 25-30 

12-29-72 HI W 90-55 
12-27-74 HI W 105-67 
12-10-75 H W 93-65 
12-29-77 HI W 65-63 
12-19-79 H W 70-60 
1-3-80 A W 83-74 
2-28-80 N2W 51-49(07) 
12-23-80 A W 66-55 
1-31-81 H W 72-64 
12-23-81 H L 43-45 
1-30-82 A I 63-64 
2-5-83 H W 77-68 
2-23-83 A I 60-70 
3-11-83 N3 L 58-64(07) 
2-4-84 A I 70-71(207) 
2-23-84 H W 79-74 
12-28-84 N4 L 69-70 
2-2-85 H t 60-72 
2-19-85 A L 43-48 
1-11-86 A I 67-68 
2-22-86 H L 70-77 
3-8-86 N2 L 62-64 
2-1-87 A I 72-76 
2-10-87 H L 74-78 
2-8-88 H L 83-96 
2-17-88 A I 82-104 
3-11-88 N2W 84-67 
2-4-89 A L 74-87 
2-14-89 H I 66-67 
2-3-90 H I 84-90 
2-13-90 A I 78-80 
2-1-91 A L 65-80 
2-13-91 H W 96-93 
1-5-92 A I 67-92 
2-9-92 H I 65-67 
1-5-93 H I 75-85 
2-6-93 A I 79-93 
1-4-94 A W 91-88 
2-5-94 HI 71-83 
1-4-95 H W 80-67 
2-4-95 A I 91-100 
1-3-96 A L 84-98 
2-3-96 H W 88-74 
3-9-96 N2 I 79-84 
12-12-96 H W 77-63 
2-19-97 A W 76-68 
1-21-98 A W 70-67 
2 21-98 H W 81-69 
3.6-98 N2 W 83-65 
1-19-99 A W 77-62 
2-21-99 H W 91-60 
1-15-00 A L 68-69 
2-16-00 H W 92-70 
1-6-01 HW 93-80 lllinoj, 

2-6-01 A I 62-72 ■ ■ ,■ A i t 

l-MarylandlnvirationalatCollegePark, ' "' '"'" " '""' ''^ 
Md (Cole Field House); 2-ACC Tourna- ^'^^'^ "' '" ™'" 

mpnr«6r™(,oro.».fr&eenstoo ^-'^'« "^ *^ "^' 

Coliseum), l-ACC Tournament arAI- '^"^"" "' * ''""• 

Ianra,ea(0mni};4-Roinbowaassicat "-^'-" "< ^ »-'» 
HonolutuHawaiKBIaisdellCenterl I -NCAA Tournament at laington,Ky 

(Rupp Arena); 2-NCAA Tournament at 
mfft • Q £•■ Sacramento, Calif (Area Arena), 3-BB&T 

All jerieS rrOllleS OassicatWasUngton,D.aMCICenter); 

TerpsatHome: 16-10 4-Maui Invitational at l^haino, Hamii 

TerpsontheRoad: 6-16 (LahainaGvic Center} 

Terps at Neutral Sites; 3-4 

Terpssincel9S3 54; 25-30 Indiana 

i^'""/'"«; ;; « Maryland trails,0-4 

urrenttreak; G7won ,j 3^ 33 „ ^ „ 3^ 

ongestUMWmStreak; ,j j„ 3, „ ^ ^,3;, 

ongestGTWrnStreak: ,^^j 5, ^, ^ ^^^^ 

LargestWin Margin: 38 

(105-67 on Dec.27, 19741 , ' " ,,.".„, 

„ , ,, l-Blue Grass Festrval at Louisville, Ky 

Largest Loss Margin: 25 ,„ , „ r ., n , , 

,.,, ., , r .„„.. Kentucky Sate Fairgrounds Pavi ion); 

92-67 on Jan. 5, 1992 ,.,,,., . . n „ J 

,„.. . , . ,„^ 2-NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 ,„ , , 

MostCTPointsScored: 104 '*'"'"*™' 

Gonzaga '""^ 

11 1 jT J I /, Maryland leads, 10 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-16-95 Nl W 87-63 , L,.V ..,,- ,- 

,„,,., r , , . ^ 1-NCAA Tournament at Minneapolis, 

l-NCAA Tournament at Salt Lake Oty, ,,. ,uuuu. , , 

„,_,,„ , . Mrnn.LHHH Metrodome) 

Utah (Ion Huntsman Center) 



Uampden-Sydney 

The series is tied, 2-2 

1-14-39 H W 34-25 

1-22-44 H L 43-51 

1-2745 H L 4243 

1-26-46 H W 35-32 

Hawaii 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-27-84 Al W 79-71 
12-28-96 Al W 76-59 

l-RainbowClassicatHonolulu,Hawoii 

(Blaisdell Center) 

Hawaii-Pacific 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-29-85 Al W 92-85 
l-Howaii-Pacitic Tournament al 
Wailuku, Hawaii (War Memorial Coli- 
seum} 

Hofstra 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

2-7-82 H W 94-59 
12-28-93 Nl W 93-67 
11-20-98 H W 89-59 
l-Hall of Fame Classic at Springfield, 
Mass. (Springfield Civic Center) 

Holy Cross 

Maryland leads, 4-0 

12-22-71 A W 102-79 
12-29-73 HI W 102-75 
1-26-83 A2 W 55-53 
1-21-85 H W 99-75 
I-MarylandlnvitotionalotCollegePark, 
Md (Cole Field House); 2-at Worcester, 
Mass. (Worcester Centrum) 

Houston 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-29-65 Nl W 69-68 
3-22-83 N2 L 50-60 
l-Sugor Bowl Tournament at New Or- 
leans, La. (Loyola Field House); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Houston, Texas (The 
Summit) 

Howard 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

1-2-93 H W 109-69 
12-6-95 H W 88-71 
11-26-96 H W 93-55 



Tf RPMOTt: Last season's year-long struggle against Duke was indeed a classic series for the record books. Did you know that the team that led at halftime lost all four games in that series last season? 




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CI6UT CONSCCUTIV£ NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



Z001 FINAL FOUR 



Iowa 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-25-84 Nl W 78-68 lOTI 
1 1-30-99 N2 W 83-65 
l-ftaintmv ClassK at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(ilaiMI Cmiei): 1-mSig Tea Chal- 
lenge at Ballimoie. Md. (Baltimoie 
AremI 

Jacksonville 

Maryland leads, 2-1 

3-23-72 Nl W 91-77 

12-9-89 H W 68-53 

12-8-90 » I 70-71 

1-Nattonal Invitation Tooinoment at 

New yorkHy. (Madison Square Garden) 

James Madison 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Johns Hopkins 

Maryland leads, 19-5 

1-20-28 A I 20-22 

2-21-28 H W 23-19 

1-18-29 H t 23-25 

2-23-29 AW 19-18 

1-17-JO H W 41-24 

2-22-30 A W 39-24 

1-22-Jl A W 33-20 

2-25-31 H W 31-22 

1-23-32 A W 33-26 

2-23-32 H W 38-24 

1-18-33 A I 27-37 

2-22-33 H W 35-31 

1-24-34 A L 32-35 

2-21-34 H W 32-19 

2-26-35 A W 41-35 

3-6-35 H W 52-25 

2-19-36 H W 45-40 

1-6-37 H W 54-31 

2-21-38 H W 56-30 

2-3-40 H W 49-36 

12-17-40 A I 24-38 

12-18-46 H W 41-36 

12-20-47 A W 64-53 

11-26-83 H W 108-65 



Kansas 



Maryland trails, 1-3 

12-19-64 H I 61-631011 
12-10-65 A L 62-71 
11-23-84 Nl L 56-58 
12-7-97 N2 W 86-83 
l-Creat Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, 
Aiaska (Sulfivan Arena): 2-frankiin Na- 
tional Bank Oassir at Wastiington, O.C. 
(m Center) 

Kansas State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-11-65 A W 63-57 

Kentucky 

Maryland trails, 4-8 

1-19-28 H W 37-7 
2-28-30 Nl L 21-26 
3-3-31 Nl W 29-27 
12-15-55 H I 61-62 
12-15-56 A I 55-76 
12-9-57 H W 71-62 
12-15-58 A t 56-58(011 
3-20-88 N2 L 81-90 
11-24-95 N3 I 84-96 
12-12-98 A I 91-103 
11-24-99 N4 I 58-61 
12-11-99 H W 72-66 
7-5a Conf. Tournament at Atlanta Go.: 
2-NCAATournamentatCincinnati,Ohio 
(Biwrfront Coliseum); i-Hall of Fame 
Tip-off Classic at Springfield, Mass 
{Springfield Cm Center): 4-Preseason 
NIT at New York, N.f IMadison Sguare 
Garden) 



Kentucky 
Wesleyan 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1 2-54 Al W 54-37 
t- All- American City Tournament at 
Owensboro, Ky. 

Kent 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-2-7! H W 76-58 

Lafayette 

Maryland leads, 4-0 

1924-25 H W 30-15 
11-29-81 H W 82-58 
12-22-90 H W 64-48 
12-23-96 H W 108-67 

Lamar 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-29-88 Nl W 74-65 
1-Sun Bowl Tournament at it Paso, 
Texas (Special Events Center) 

U Salle 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-30-83 HI W 96-83 
12-12-92 A W 93-76 
12-27-94 H W 96-80 

l-MorylandlnvitationalatCollegef^rk, 

l^d (Cole field House) 

Lehigh 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-8-70 H W 85-66 

Long Island 

Maryland leads, 7-0 

2-12-72 A W 78-60 

1-23-73 H W 100-73 

12-7-74 H W 99-84 

1-3-76 H W 111-88 

12-2-76 H W 49-45 

12-17-77 H W 94-64 

12-2-81 H W 87-79 

Louisiana State 

The series is tied, 2-2 

2-27-31 Nl W 37-33 
12-21-63 N2 W 75-65 
12-12-87 A I 54-55 
1-2-89 H I 77-79 
l-Sa Conf Tournament at Atlanta, Go.: 
2-VPI Tournament at Btackiburg, Va. 
(Virginto Tech Coliseum) 

Louisville 

Maryland trails, 2-S 

12-30-61 Nl L 64-83 
3-22-75 N2 L 82-96 
1-13-79 H I 84-99 
12-13-80 A I 67-78 
12-10-91 A I 79-96 
12 28-92 H W 72-67 
11-20-00 N3 W 95-73 
t-Sugor Bowl Tournament at New Or- 
leans, la (Loyola Field House): 2-NCM 
Tournament at las Cruces, N.M. (Pan 
American Center): i-IAaui Invitational 
at latiaina, Hawaii (totiama Civic Cen- 
ter) 

Loyola (Md.) 

Maryland leads, 7-S 

1-24-14 A I 

1-17-31 H L 30-33 

1-11-32 H L 27-28 

12-12-47 H I 52-63 

12-11-44 A I 75-77 

12-30-58 Nl W 54-50 

1-27-71 A W 88-69 

12-20-71 A W 73-60 

12-22-84 A W 81-74 

11-27-87 N2 W 74-60 

2-19-94 H W 94-71 

11-29-94 H W 92-62 



t-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Or- 
leans, to. (Loyola Field House): 2-MCI 
Hortjor Classic at Baltimore, Md. (Balti- 
more Arena) 

Maine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-24-70 H W 97-68 

Manhattan 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-15-58 Nl W 59-55 
J-NCAA Tournament al Charlotte N.C. 
(Charlotte Coliseum) 

Marine Corps 
Institute 

The series is tied, 1-1 

1-18-45 H I 34-50 
12-18-45 H W 61-46 



Marshall 



The series is tied, 2-2 

12-17-43 H L 39-46 
12-20-45 H L 43-50 
12-20-68 Al W 89-80 
12-29-80 H2 W 114-89 
I -l^arshall Invitational at Hunting- 
ton, W. Va. (Memorial Field House): 
2-Maryland Invitational at College 
Park, Md (Cole Field House) 

Md.-Baltimore 
County (UMBC) 

Maryland leads, 12-0 

2-18-87 H W 78-64 

2-1-89 H W 78-66 

2-22-90 H W 113-61 

1-7-91 H W 92-66 

12-1-92 H W 103-80 

12-2-93 H W 89-80 

12-5-94 H W 102-77 

12-4-96 H W 67-31 

12-13-97 H W 104-66 

11-17-98 H W 90-62 

12-30-99 H W 82-52 

12-13-00 H W 93-67 

Md.-Castern Shore 
(UMES) 

Maryland leads, 14-0 

11-30-79 H W 82-58 

1-20-81 H W 81-65 

12-7-81 H W 76-64 

12-1-82 H W 91-70 

12-14-83 H W 104-69 

12-13-84 H W 87-48 

2-17-86 H W 91-44 

2-27-87 H W 117-51 

2-25-88 H W 101-51 

12-1-88 H W 97-53 

11-26-91 H W 115-60 

12-7-92 H W 94-63 

12-28-95 H W 104-66 

12-30-00 H W 105-53 

Massachusetts 

Maryland trails, 2-4 

3-15-90 HI W 91-81 
12-29-93 N2 I 80-94 

3-19-94 N3 W 95-87 
12-10-94 N4 I 74-85 

12-2-95 NS I 47-50 

2-15-97 N6 I 61-78 
l-Nationol Invitation Tournament at 
College Park, Md (Cole Field House): 2- 
HollofFameClassicatSpringfield,Moss. 
(SpringfieldOvicCenter):l-NCAATour- 
noment al Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coli- 
seum): 4-at Baltimore Md (Baltimore 
Arena); S-franklin National Bank Clas- 
sic at Londover Md (USAir Arena): 6-at 
Worcester Mass.(Worcestei Centrum) 



Memphis State 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

12-30-57 Nl I 46-47(3011 
12-17-66 A2 L 53-55 
l-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Or- 
leaniia. (Loyola Field House):2-Mem- 
phis Invitational at Memphis. Tenn. 
(Mid-South Coliseum) 

Miami 

The series is tied, 3-3 

2-1-54 A W 63-57 
1-22-62 A W 71-68 
12-29-64 Al L 73-80 
1-30-68 A I 73-93 
12-21-68 N2 I 85-92 
12-29-70 H W 111-77 
I -Hurricane Oassic at Miami, Flo. (Mi- 
ami Beach Convention Center): 2- 
MarshalllnvitationalotHuntington.W. 
Va. (Memorial Field House) 

Miami-OH 

Maryland leads, 3-1 

1-28-49 A W 43^12 
1-29-49 A L 49-58 
12-28-79 HI W 115-76 
3-15-85 N2 W 69-68(01) 
/ -Maryland Invitational at College Pork 
Md(ColerieldHouse):2-NCAATouroa- 
ment at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena) 



Michigan 



Maryland trails, 2-3 

1-4-27 A L 25-39 
12-18-33 H W 29-25 
12-17-37 H I 26-43 
3-25-94 Nl L 71-78 
12-2-00 N2 W 82-51 
I -NCAA Tournament at Dallas, Texas 
(Reunion Arena): 2-B8&T Classic at 
Washington, D.C (MCI Centet) 

Michigan State 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-29-55 HI I 75-95 
l-Mid-Winter Festival at College Park 
Md (Cole Field House) 

Minnesota 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-10-60 A W 64-53 
12-15-61 H W 75-69 

Mississippi 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

2-26-26 Nl I 19-22 
3-1-29 Nl L 35-37 
11-28-87 N2 W 77-69 
l-So. Cant Tournament at Atlanta. Go.; 
2-MCI Harbor Oassic at Baltimore. Md 
(Baltimore Arena) 

Mississippi State 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

12-29-58 Nl I 45-56 
12-29-61 Nl I 62-64 
l-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Or- 
leans, la (Loyola Field House) 

Missouri 

Maryland trails, 1-3 

1-6-88 A L 85-93 
1-24-89 H I 73-87 
2-18-96 H W 91-72 
12-30-97 A I 79-83 

Monmouth 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Montana State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-30-56 Nl W 89-72 
l-AII-American City Tournament at 
Owensboro,Ky- 



Morgan State 

Maryland leads, 4-0 

12-7-88 H W 73-61 

12-26-92 H W 103-63 

12-4-93 H W 85-62 

12-23-94 H W 138-72 

Mount St. Joseph's 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

1910-11 H W 22-20 
1-10-14 H I 
1-17-14 A L 

Mount St. Mary's 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-8-87 A W 82-54 
11-23-91 H W 83-53 
11-22-97 H W 102-74 



Navy 



Maryland leads, 30-27 

1924-25 A I 16-23 

1925-26 A W 21-12 

1926-27 A I 30-32 

2-4-28 A I 26-35 

2-13-29 A W 30-27 

1-22-30 A W 43-39 

2-21-31 A I 33-36 

1-20-32 H W 26-15 

1-28-33 A I 21-59 

2-3-34 A I 27-46 

1-30-35 A I 36-43 

115-36 A W 32-20 

2-3-37 A L 37-53 

2-2-38 A L 34-37 

1-11-39 A L 37-47 

2-5-41 A L 27-52 

2-11-42 A I 47-61 

1-30-43 A W 63-54 

2-26-44 A I 35-69 

1-10-45 A I 33-70 

1-16-46 A I 35-44 

1-22-47 A I 27-55 

1-14-48 A L 47-51 

1-22-49 A L 46-52 

12-17-49 A L 62-75 

1-10-51 A L 47-51 

1-5-52 A W 4845 

2-21-53 A I 47-51 

2-13-54 A W 61-60(011 

1-29-55 A W 60-54 

2-4-56 H W 80-61 

2-23-57 A L 55-56 

12-18-57 H W 88-58 

2-1-58 A W 64-51 

1217-58 H I 50-53 

1-20-60 A W 51-50 

1-18-61 H W 63-62 

2-3-62 A t 58-67 

1-12-63 H W 67-61 

1-11-64 A I 55-68 

1-13-65 H W 77-58 

2-20-65 A W 70-57 

2-9-66 H W 74-69 

2-16-67 A I 65-66 

1-17-68 H W 76-72 

2-12-69 A I 68-72 

1-14-70 H W 73-57 

1-22-72 A W 85-60 

1-20-73 A W li-a 

1-19-74 A W 72-50 

1-18-75 A W 87-73 

1 17-76 A W 87-69 

1-15-77 Nl W 62-54 

1-23-79 H W 82-62 

11-28-80 H W 86-64 

1-31-83 H W 98-73 

3-17-85 N2 W 64-59 
t -at londover. Md (Capital Centre): 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 
iDayton Arenol 

New Mexico State 

Maryland trails 0-1 

12-31-56 Nl I 43-45 
1-Ah-American City Tournament at 
Owensboro, Ky. 



New York 
University 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

1-8-11 H L 7-25 
2-3-38 H I 27-42 



Niagara 



Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-25-72 Nl W 100-69 
I-Notional Invitation Tournament at 
New York N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) 

Norfolk State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



North Carolina 

Maryland trails, 48-107 

2-5-24 H L 20-26 

1-31-25 H I 16-21 

2-9-26 H W 23-22 

2-7-27 H W 28-20 

2-8-27 H I 23-32 

2-19-27 A W 23-19 

2-8-29 H L 22-28 

2-8-30 H W 36-33 

2-19-30 A W 29-22 

2-10-31 H W 33-31 

2-28-31 Nl W 19-17 

2-6-32 H W 26-25 

2-19-32 A L 26-32 

2-3-33 H W 42-29 

1-30-34 H L 24-28 

1-18-35 H L 31-39 

1-25-36 H L 32-44 

1-29-37 A L 24-41 

2-6-37 H L 35-44 

1-28-38 A I 2443 

1-20-39 H W 34-32 

2-3-39 A W 66-41 

1-24-41 H L 36-55 

2-3-41 A L 29-44 

2-20-42 H L 30-34 

1-1-43 H W 47-40 

2-16-43 A W 40-31 

1-5-45 A L 28-53 

1-7-46 A L 28-64 

2-846 H L 31-33 

3-1-46 N2 L 27-54 

1447 A I 42-58 

1-2447 H W 61-57 

1-348 A L 46-70 

2-1348 H L 47-51 

1-349 A L 47-55 

2-1149 H L 52-66 

3-349 N3 L 61-79 

1-2-50 A L 53-55 

2-3-50 H L 5fr<9 

1-2-51 A W 67-59 

1-20-51 H W 56-55 

1-3-52 A L 47-51 

1-18-52 H W 71-51 

1-3-S3 A I 49-59 

1-17-53 H W 68-66 

12-18-54 A W 70-60 

2-12-55 H W 63-61 

12-17-55 H I 62-68 

1-16-56 A L 55-64 

12-17-56 A I 61-70 

2-5-57 H L 61-65(2011 

1-11-58 H W 74-61 

2-22-58 A I 59-66 

3-8-58 N4 W 86-74 

24-59 A I 57-64 

2-21-59 H W 69-51 

2-3-60 H 1. 66-75 

2-23-60 A t 64-81 

12-29-60 N5 L 57-81 

1-16-61 H L 52-58 

2-2-61 A I 5fr<3 

2-6-62 H W 79-62 

2-19-62 A t 67-70 

1-14-63 H I 56-78 

2-7-63 A I. 68-82 

1-13-64 A I 88-97 

2-18-64 H W 74-64 

1-4-65 H W 76-68 

1-30-65 A W 91-80 

1-3-66 A I 52-67 

2-5-66 H W 76-66 

3-3-66 N4 I 70-77 

2-4-67 A I 77-85 



2-22-67 H I 78-79 

2-3-68 H I 67-73 

2-21-68 A t 60-83 

2-1-69 A L 87-107 

2-19-69 H I 86-88 

1-31-70 H I 69-77 

2-18-70 A L 83-90 

1-30-71 A L 79-105 

2-17-71 H L 76-100 

1-29-72 A L 72-92 

2-16-72 H W 79-771011 

3-11-72 N6 L 64-73 

1-27-73 H W 94-88 

2-14-73 A I 85-95 

1-26-74 A I 73-82 

2-13-74 H W 9180 

3-8-74 N6 W 105-85 

1-25-75 H L 66-69 

2-15-75 A W 96-74 

1-25-76 A L 93-95(011 

2-11-76 H L 69-81 

1-22-77 H I 68-71 

2-9-77 A L 70-97 

1-21-78 A L 71-85 

2-8-78 H I 64-66 

1-20-79 H L 53-54 

2-7-79 A L 67-76 

3-2-79 N6 L 79-102 

1-20-80 A W 92-86 

2-7-80 H W 70-69 

1-7-81 A L 66-75 

2-15-81 H L 63-76 

3-7-81 N7 L 60-61 

1-5-82 H L 50-66 

2-11-82 A L 56-59 

1-12-83 A I 71-72 

2-16-83 H W 106-94 

1-12-84 H L 62-74 

2-19-84 A L 63-78 

1-9-85 A I 74-75 

2-13-85 H L 54-60 

1-14-86 H L 67-71 

2-20-86 A W 77-72(011 

3-7-86 N6 W 85-75 

1-8-87 A L 65-98 

2-14-87 H I 86-93 

3-6-87 N7 L 63-82 

1-14-88 H I 65-71 

2-20-88 A L 73-74 

3-12-88 N6 L 64-74 

1-11-89 A I 72-88 

2-19-89 H I 75-86 



3-1 1-! 



1-10-90 H W 98-88 
2-17-90 A W 80-76 
1-9-91 A L 73-105 
2-16-91 H L 75-87 
1-13-92 A L 76-96 
J-1-92 H W 82-80 
1-9-93 A I 73-101 
2-9-93 H L 63-77 
3-12-93 N9 L 66-102 
1-8-94 H L 70-75 
2-10-94 A I 89-95 
1-7-95 A L 90-100 
2-7-95 H W 86-73 
3-11-95 N6 t 92-97(011 
1-6-% H L 86-88(011 
2-6-% A W 84-78 
1-8-97 A W 85-75 
2-22-97 H I 81-93 
1-14-98 H W 89-83(011 
214-98 A L 67-85 
3-7-98 N6 L 73-83(011 
1-13-99 A y» 89-76 
2-13-99 H W 81-64 
3-6-99 N6 L 79-86 
1-27-00 A L 63-75 
2■26^» H W 81-73 
1-10-01 H L 83-86 
2-10-01 A I 82% 
I -So. Conf Tournament al Atlanta, Go.: 
2-So. Conf Tournament at Poleigh, N,C 
(Reynolds Coliseum); i-Sa.Conf Toutna- 
ment al Durham. N.C (Duke Indoor Sta- 
dium): 4-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, 
N. C. (Reynolds Coliseum): S-Oixie Oas- 
sic at Raleigh, N.C. (ReynoldsColiseum): 
6-ACC Tournament at Greensboro; N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum): 7-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Londover. Md (Capitol Centre); 
B-ACC Tournament at Atlanta. Go. 
(Omni); 9- ACCTournoment at Charlotte 
N.C (Charlolte Coliseum) 



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lERPNOTt: Maryland has not played cross-state neighbor Navy since 1985, and that was in an NCAA Tournament game which took place in Dayton, Ohio 




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CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS 



2 O O 1 FINAL 



ACC Series Profiles 

TerpsatHome: 31-42 

lerpsontheRoad: 14-50 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 4-14 

Ienissince1953-S4: iO-79 

LastlOGames: 4-6 

Current Streak: UNfwon2 
LongestUMWinStreak: 5 

Longest UNCWin Streak: .11 
LargestWin Margin; 35 

(66-41 onFeb-J,19J9) 

Largest Loss Margin; 36 

(102-66 on Maich13,1993; 

64-28 on Jan, 7, 19461 

Most UM Points Scored; 106 

Most UNC Point Stored; 107 

N( State 

Maryland trail$,61-67 

2-27-25 Nl t 18-30 

1926-27 A I 23-38 

2-10-28 H W 36-24 

2-1-30 H L 26-28 

2-18-30 A W 21-19 

128-37 A L 33-35 

2-24-37 H W 41-35 

3-4-37 A2 L 35-42 

2-4-39 A L 40-46 

3-3-39 A2 W 53-29 

1-26-40 A W 43-36 

2-24-44 A2 L 

1-8-45 A L 

1-20-45 H L 

1-5-46 A W 47-39 

1-19-46 H W 37 33 

3-1347 N3 L 43-55 

3-2-51 A2 L 45-54 

1-13-55 H W 68-64 

2-19-55 A L 58-78 

1-12-56 H L 64-73 

2-18-56 A W 71-62 

1-19-57 H W 79-66 

2-16-57 A W 56-49 

1-20-58 H L 48-57 

2-15-58 A L 64-69(301) 

12-3-58 H L 53-55 
37-53 



23-42 
32-46 
42-57 



2-14-59 A L 

1-18-60 H W 63-53 

2-13-60 A L 46-48 

3-3-60 A4 L 58-74 

12-30-60 AS I 67-75 

1-21-61 H W 75-57 



1-20-62 A L 61-f 



12-11-62 H t 
1-19-63 A L 
12-10-63 



A L 



74-76 (OT) 
L 59-79 
W 72-62 

65-66 

62-63 

67-73 

67-76 



1-16-65 A L 

3-5-65 A4 L 

12-7-65 H W 59-48 

1-15-66 A L 58-60(0T| 

127-66 A W 54-38 

1-7-67 H W 60-55 

12-6-67 H L 62-75 

1-6-68 A L 52-68 

3-7-68 N6 L 54-63 

1-4-69 A L 69-85 

2-5-69 H L 81-86 

1-2-70 N7 L 57-91 

2-4-70 A L 54-64 

3-5-70 N6 L 57-67 

1-6-71 H I 81-83 

2-3-71 A L 61-71 

1-5-72 H W 83-70 

1-31-72 A W 66-65 

1-14-73 H I 85-87 

1-31-73 A L 78-89 



1^ 



3-9-74 N8 L 100-103(011 

1-16-75 H W 103-85 

2-1-75 A W 98-97 

3-6-75 N8 L 85-87 

«.^\ 1-14-76 A W 87-69 

76 H W 102-84 



1-11-78 A I 82-88 

1-25-78 H L 73-80 

3-1-78 N8 W 109-108(3011 

12-20-78 H W 124-110 

1-10-79 A W 82-81(2011 

1-10-80 A L 62-67 

1-23-80 H W 66-62 

12-20-80 H W 82-75 

2-25-81 A W 76-72 

12-12-81 A L 53-74 

2-24-82 H L 38-52 

3-5-82 N8 L 28-40 

1-29-83 H W 86-81 

3-3-83 A W 67-58 

1-4-84 A W 59-55 

2 29-84 H W 63-50 

3-9-84 N8 W 69-63 

1 2-85 H W 58-56 

2-27-85 A W 71-70 

1-23-86 H L 55-67 

2-13-86 A W 67-66 

1-3-87 A I 47-69 

2-25-87 H L 72-85 



Northeastern 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-23-85 H W 84-72 

Northwestern 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-6-58 A I 62-66 

North Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Notre Dame 



The series is tied, 8-8 

1-4-75 H W 90-82 
3-20-75 Nl W 83-71 
1-31-76 A W 69-63 
11-27-76 H L 79-80 (OTI 
1-29-78 A L 54-69 
1 27-79 H W 67-66 
126-80 A L 63-64 
1-24-81 H L 70-73 
1.23-82 A L 51-55 
1-22-83 H W 68-67 
1-28-84 A I 47-52 
1-27-88 H L 81-83 j.jj.gs H W 77-65 

3-3-88 A L 68-74 ^,y^^ ^ ^ 52.49 

1-29-89 H I 67-90 ,2-31-86 H L 50-63 

3-2-89 A L 77-94 2-2-88 A W 78-75 

3-10-89 N9 W 71-49 ,1-26-99 N2 W 72-67 

1-27-90 A L 61-81 hHaAromamtntattCiCw(es,H.M- 

2-28-90 H W 96-95 (PmAm€manCml€rl:2-PreieomHIJ 

1-26-91 H W 104-100 atNewYork,NY.(MadiionSquareGaf- 

2-27-91 A L 91-114 den) 

1-11-92 A L 88-94 nun 

2-13-92 H w 77 74 Old DomiHion 

123-93 A W 70-65 Maryland leads, 4-1 

2-24-93 H W 88-71 2-2-83 H W 87-67 

3-11-93 N6 W 76-55 1-21-84 A W 69-58 

1-22-94 H W 102-70 2-4-85 H W 8775 

2-23-94 A L 71-79 1-24-87 A I 73-87 

1-22-95 A W 84-67 2-6-88 A W 70-65 
2-22-95 H W 84-71 

1-20-96 H W 77-74 lOT) OhlO State 

2-22-96 A W 86-84 Maryland trails, 2-3 

1-12-97 A W 68-59 12-29-34 H W 50-41 

2-5-97 H W 66-55 3-12-79 HI L 72-79 

3-8-97 N8 L 58-65 12-1-83 N2 L 68-72 

1-10-98 A W 68-65 12-11-84 H W 76-73 

2-11-98 H W 78-63 11-30-85 A L 66-78 

1-10-99 H W 94-48 J-Niitwnol Invilolion loumcment at 

2 10-99 A W 63-50 College ParKMd (Cole field House); 2- 

1-6-00 A L 66-68 at East Rutherford NJ (Brendan Byrne 

2-6-00 H W 78-73 "'""' 

3-11-00 N6 W 64-61 _, . .. 

1-21-01 A W 75-61 UniO U. 

2-20-01 H w 95-66 Maryland leads, 1-0 

)'So.Conf.JournamentarAtlanta,Ga, 12-19-81 H W 90-64 
2-So. Conf. Journoment at Meiqti, H.C. 

ffleynoldsColiseuni);i-SoXonnourna- Qhio WeSleVan 
mentatDurhomMIBuielndoorSto^ Maryland trails, 0-1 
drum): 4-ACC Journament at Baleigk 111040 hi 71 75 
N.C. (Peynolds Coliseum), S-Dme Clas- 
sic at Raleigh. N. C. (Reynolds Coliseum), n H a k a m a 
6-ACC lournament at Charlotte, H.C UKianOma 
(Charlotte Coliseum): 7-at Greensboro, Maryland leads, 2-1 
U.C(GreensboroCaliseum);i-ACCIour' 1-19-93 Nl W 89-78 
namentatGreensboroUC (Greensboro 12-7-93 N2 L 85-88 
Coliseum), 9-ACC rouinament at At- 2-24-01 H W 68-60 
lama. Go. (Omni) I -at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena): 
l-atOklohomaCity,Ol(lo (TheMyiiad) 

ACC Series Profile ., , , -^ ^ 

Ten,satHome; 32 20 Oklahoma State 

Terps on the Road: 23-31 Maryland leads, 1-0 

Terps at Neutral Sites; 6-16 12-16-66 MW 50-49 

Terps since 1953-54: 54-56 1 -Memphis Invitational at Memphis, 

LastlOGames: 8-2 Tenn (Mid-South Coliseuml 

Current Streak; UMwon4 

LongestUMWinStreak: 6 Pen n State 

Longest NCSU Win Streak: 10 Maryland leads, 8-7 

LargestWinMargin: 46 |2_,.y, ^^ ^ f^,„ 

l84-48onJan, 10,19991 ,2.2.6, a L 65-71 

largest Loss Margin: 34 ,2-1-62 HL 61-62 

(91-57onlan,2.1970) ,2.,.jj j ^ (,2-91 

Most UM Points Scored: 124 ,2-2-64 H W 72-71 

Most NCSU Points Scored; ...110 ,2.,.6S A L 61-65 
12-1-66 H W 76-53 
12-2-67 A L 71-76 



11-30-68 H W 66-56 
12-1-77 Nl W 89-80 
12-7-78 Nl W 69-61 
12-3-79 Nl W 56-55 
11-27-82 N2 L 79-97 
12-6-83 Nl W 67-58 
3-19-90 A3 L 78-80 
l-atHersheyPa(Hersbey Park Arena): 
2-at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena): 
i-Hatianal Invitation tournamenr at 
State College, Pa (Pecreation Building) 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland trails, 3-12 

2-9-27 A W 26-21 

2-8-28 A L 26-30 

12-22-28 A L 18-30 

1-4-39 A t 24-36 

1-3-40 A L 34-41 

1-8-41 A L 32-43 

1-13-43 A L 49-51 

3-12-47 A L 54-80 

1-12-49 A L 67-81 

12-14-49 A L 52-54 

12-6-50 A L 65-74 

12-8-51 A L 52-53 

12-6-52 A L 53-70 

1-21-97 Nl W 103-73 

12-9-00 A W 87-81 
J-flf Baltimore, Md (Boltimore Arena) 

Pepperdine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-14-86 Nl W 69-64 
l-tiCAAJoumamentatlong Beach, Co- 



Pittsburgh 

Maryland leads, 5-1 

2-15-77 H W 88-75 
2-16-78 A L 86-89(011 
1-12-80 H W 95-88 
1-27-81 A W 69-66 (OTI 
12-27-96 Nl W 66-63 
11-28-98 N2 W 87-52 
1-Painbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blalsdell Center): 2-Puerlo Pico 
Shootout at Bayamon, PP. (Eugenia 
Guerra Spans Complex) 

Princeton 

Maryland leads, 4-3 

1924-25 A L 24-38 
1925-26 H W 32-26 
12-11-68 H L 63-72 
12-10-69 A t 67-75 
12-30-75 HI W 66-59 
12-4-76 H W 58-45 
12-19-98 N2 W 81-58 
/ -Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md (Cole Field House): 2-at Baltimore, 
MdlBaltimore Arena) 

Providence 

The series is tied, 1-1 

3-17-73 Nl L 89-103 
12-4-91 N2 W 76-66 
l-nCAA Journament at Charlotte, N.C 
(Charlotte Coliseum): 2-ACCJBig East 
Challenge at Hartford Conn. (Hartford 
Civic Center) 

Quantico Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

12-11-43 H L 33-59 

12-21-45 H L 47-50 

1-3-47 A W 62-48 

Randolph Macon 

Maryland leads, 4-1 

1-9-29 H L 20-33 

1-5-38 H W 43-27 

12-14-39 H W 47-16 

12-29-83 HI W 58-52 

1-7-86 H W 74-50 
I -Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md (Cole Field House) 



Rhode Island 

Maryland leads, 2-1 

1-5-40 A L 53-59 
12-28-54 Nl W 83-66 

3-7-79 H2 W 67-65(3011 
l-AII-American City Tournament at 
Owensboro, Ky; 2-National Invitation 
lournament at College Park. Md (Cole 
field House) 

Richmond 

Maryland leads, 25-15 

2-9-24 A W 24-22 

1-12-26 H W 30-14 

2-9-34 H L 33-44 

2-9-35 H L 26-56 

1-18-36 H W 28-24 

12-17-36 A L 40-51 

12-16-37 H L 26-31 

12-13-38 A L 34-39 

3-2-39 Nl W 47-32 

1-13-40 H W 35-19 

12-14-40 H L 36-48 

1-31-41 A I 17-38 

12-13-41 A W 41-23 

12-10-42 H W 32-28 

2-12-44 A L 34-65 

2-16-46 H W 37-31 

1-8-47 H L 39-41 

2-15-47 A L 49-68 

2-19-48 H W 60-53 

2-26-48 A L 62-64 

12-1348 H L 45-54 

2-24-49 A W 66-51 

1-12-50 A L 49-59 

2-21-50 H W 67-48 

1 6-51 A W 48-42 

2 21-51 H W 42-33 

2-14-52 H W 55-45 

2-27-52 A W 54-50 

1-8-53 A W 63-60(031 

2-9-53 H L 46-49 

1-4-54 A W 72-64 

1-11-54 H L 71-73 

1-2-71 H W 99-67 

2-22-72 H W 76-61 

12-2-72 A W 82-50 

1-2-74 A W 96-60 

11-18-74 H W 106-81 

12-6-75 A W 98-71 

1-4-77 H W 90-87 

3-12-82 N2 W 66-50 

]-So.Coni.lournamentatPQleigh,N.C 

(PeynoldsColiseum):2-Hatmallnvita- 

tion lournament at Hew York. H.Y 

(Madison Sguare Garden) 

Rider 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-23-91 H W 83-69 
11-30-93 H W 93-79 
12-13-95 H W 83-67 



Rutgers 



The series is tied, 3-3 

1-4-40 A W 51-39 
2-19-41 H I 45-50 
12-19-50 H W 51-45 
1-12-52 A I 55-61 
12-27-90 Nl W 86-81 
12-28-91 N2 I 79-95 
l-ECAC Holiday Festival at Flew York. 
H Y (Madison Sguare Garden): 2-Fiesta 
Bowl Classic at Jucson. Ariz. (McKale 
Center) 

Sacramento State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-24-89 Nl W 98-68 
1-Chaminade Christmas Classic at Ho- 
nolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 

St. Francis (Pa.) 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-JO-5S HI W 75-66 
}-Mid-Winfer festival at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field Houie) 



St. John's 
(Annapolis) 

Maryland leads, 9-S 

1-23-14 A t 10-48 

2-7-14 A I 15-38 

1-25-28 H W 25-22 

1-26-29 H W 20-18 

2-25-30 H W 42-25 

2-17-31 H W 32-27 

2-17-32 H W 24-20 

2-16-33 H W 34-22 

2-15-34 H L 32-37 

3-2-35 H L 17-24 

2-12-36 H W 40-28 

2-23-37 A I 37-39 

2-23-38 H W 38-29 

2-15-39 A W 4820 

St. John's (N.Y.) 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

1-2-42 A I 48-64 
12-30-71 HI W 90-69 
3-18-99 N2 L 62-76 
l-MarylandlnvitationalatCollegePark 
Md(ColeFieldHouse):2-HCAAlourna- 
ment at Knoxville, lenn. (Thompson- 



1-9-77 



W 87-8 



St. Joseph's 

Maryland leads, 3-1 

3-18-72 Nl W 67-55 
12-29-78 H2 W 62-56(011 
12-30-80 H2 W 74-57 
12-8-82 H L 56-64 
I -national Invitation lournament at 
Hew York, H. Y (Madison Sguare Gar- 
den). 2-Marylond Invitational at Col- 
lege Park. Md (Cole field House! 

St. Louis 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-17-94 Nl W 74-66 
l-HCAA lournament at Wichita. Kan. 
(Kansas Coliseum) 

St. Peter's 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-81 H W 49-42 

San Francisco 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-21-73 Nl W 78-60 
11-17-99 H2 W 71-61 
1-Cahle Car Classic at Oakland Calif. 
(0aklondColiseum).2-PreseosonHn at 
College Park. Md (Cole Field House) 

Santa Clara 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-22-73 Nl W 53-32 
3-15-96 N2 I 79-91 
l-Cable Cor Classic at Oakland Calif 
(Oakland Coliseum): 2-HCAA lourna- 
ment at Jempe. Am. (Special Events 
Center) 

SetonHall 

Maryland leads, 2-1 

12-30-41 A I 15-59 
2-20-71 A W 56-55 

12-29-75 HI W 104-69 
I -Maryland Invitational at College Paik, 
Md (Cole Field House) 

South Carolina 

Maryland leads,31-26 

1924-25 H W 38-22 

2-24-33 Nl L 28-65 

1-4-35 H W 35-21 

1-29-40 A L 30-33 

1 16-48 H W 68-54 

2-21-48 A W 54-53 

2-8-49 H W 79-49 

2-19-49 A W 57-56 

2-13-50 H L 56-61 

2-24-50 A L 44-59 

2-2-51 A L 43-70 

2-12-51 H W 47-37 



12-3-53 A W 53-49 
12-18-53 H W 79-48 
14-55 H W 68-51 
1-10-55 A W 68-52 
14-56 H W 76-57 
1 9 56 A W 59-53 
1-557 A L 60-68 
1-14-57 H W 66-59 
3-8-57 N2 L 64-74 
1-3-58 A W 72-59 
3-1-58 H W 99-59 
1-9-59 A W 5941 
2-27-59 H W 7545 
1-8-60 H W 85-52 
2-27-60 A W 72-55 
1-7-61 H W 72-58 
2-11-61 A L 61-64 
1-6-62 H L 77-86 
2-9-62 A L 68-85 
1-5-63 H W 68-63 
2-11-63 A W 51-44 
1-6-64 H L 69-73 (OTI 
2-29-64 A I 64-74 
1-9-65 A W 75-70 
2-27-65 H W 73-59 
1-31-66 A W 78-63 
2-25-66 H W 5642 
12-10-66 H L 63-65 
1-30-67 A I 53-80 
3-9-67 N3 L 54-57 
12-9-67 H W 66-65 
1-3-68 A L 59-68 
12-7-68 A L 67-79 
1 8-69 H L 67-69 
3-6-69 N4 L 71-92 
12-15-69 H L 68-101 
1-10-70 A L 44-55 
12-16-70 A I 70-96 
1-9-71 H W 31-30(0T1 
3-11-71 N3 I 63-71 
12-28-87 H W 82-77 
12-5-88 A L 51-57 
12-1-89 N5 L 51-52 
12-29-90 N6 W 78-69 
11-14-97 N7 L 72-76(07) 
l-SaConfJournament at Raleigh, H.C 
(PeynoldsCollseum):2-ACCJoarnomenr 
atRaleigb,H.C(PeynoldsColiseum):l- 
ACC Tournament at Greensboro, H.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum). 4-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coli- 
seum): 5-Central Fidelity Classical Rich- 
mond Va. (Rabbins Center): 6-ECAC 
Holiday Feshvalat Hew York. N. Y (Madi- 
son Square Garden): /-Black Coaches 
Assoc. Classic at Minneapolis, Minn. 
(Target Center) 

South Carolina 
State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Southern 
California 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-30-78 HI W 83-79 
2-19-90 A W 64-62 

11-28-90 H W 72-59 
l-MarylandlnyitationalatCollegeParK 
Md (Cole Field House) 

Southern Illinois 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-22-67 Nl L 72-73(011 
l-Sun Carnival Tournament at El Paso, 
Texas (Memorial Gymnasium) 

South Florida 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1-23-90 H W 84-66 
1-19-91 A W 87-81 



Stanford 



Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-28-85 Nl W 67-65 . 
12-6-98 N2 W 62-60 
3-24-01 N3 W 87-73 



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CIGHT COMSeCU 



TOURMAMCNTS • ZOOI fINAL FOUR 



1 -Howati-PacifK loutnamenf al 


Texas 


UNCWiln 


nin 


qton 


1-8-44 


A L 


20-52 


3-1-87 A 


L 


77-82 


2-25-13 


H L 


35 36 


Wmlalai. Hawaii IWar Memrial Coli- 
iem): 2-B6&J Classic atVjQsiiinqion, 
D.C. ma Cmerl. l-HCAA Tommmem 
01 Anotieim, Calif. {Arrowhead Pond ol 
Anaheim) 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-18-95 Nl W 82-68 
hfJCAA Tournament at Salt Lake City 
UtahiJonHunfsmanCenrer) 


Maryland leads, 1-6 

12-27-97 H W 74-36 

UNLV 


2-5-44 
2-3-45 
2-10-45 
1-23-46 
2-9-46 


H I 
A L 
H I 
A L 
H W 


26-49 
26-57 
33-61 
45-48 
37-36 


1-20-88 A 
3-5-88 H 

1-17-89 H 
3-5-89 A 

1-17-90 A 


L 

W 
I 
L 
W 


72-84 

69-63 

58-64(01) 

59-86 

74-72 


1-15-44 
2-19-44 
1-13-45 
2-5-45 
1-18-47 


H W 
A W 
H W 
A L 
A W 


43-36 
31-29 
46-28 
27-35 
61-50 


Texas Christian 


Maryland trails, 1-4 


1-12-48 


A L 


44-64 


3-3-90 H 


w 


89-74 


3-1-47 


H W 


53-45 


Staunton Military 


2-4-78 H 


w 


81-68 


2-16-48 


H L 


56-68 


1-16-91 H 


L 


62-76 


12-18-47 


A W 


53-46 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-4-78 A 


I 


88-94 


12-16-48 


H L 


47-53 


3-2-91 A 


W 


78-74(011 


1-17-48 


K W 


63-48 


Maryland trails, 0-1 


11-25-88 Nl W 74-67 


1-19-85 A 


I 


76-78 


1-7-49 


A L 


43-79 


1-29-92 A 


L 


75-82 


2-4-49 


A W 


53-45 


1110-11 A I 24-58 


l-fieedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, ColH 


12-7-85 H 


I 


61-64 


12-6-49 


A I 


56-66 


3-7-92 H 


L 


74-76 


2-28-49 


H W 


70-55 




(Bren Tvenfs Center) 


3-16-86 Nl 


I 


64-70 


2-14-50 


H W 


70-52 


2-4-93 H 


L 


68-70 


2-1-50 


H W 


65-53 


Stevens Institute 




l-HCAAfournamentatLongBeach.Ca- 


12-1-50 


H W 


59-57 


3-6-93 A 


L 


74-88 


2-6-50 


A L 


61-62 


Maryland leads, 4 1 


Texas Tech 


lif. (Long Beach Arena) 




12-13-50 


A W 


46-43 


2-2-94 A 


L 


66-73 


2-8-51 


A W 


46-41 


1924-25 A W 2M9 
1924-25 H W 21-17 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-27-54 Nl W 58-54 


U.S. Merchant 


12-2-51 
1-7-52 


A W 
H W 


59-42 
63-53 


3-5-94 H 
3-11-94 NS 


W 

L 


70-68 
63-69 


2-24-51 
12-18-51 


H W 
A W 


65-46 
57-39 


1925-26 H L 24-27 


1-AII-American City Tournament at 


Marines 






12-2-52 


H W 


71-61 


2-1-95 H 


W 


71-62 


2-9-52 


H W 


64-46 


1926-27 H W 27-18 
1-30-28 H W 31-24 


Owenst)0ro. Ky 


Maryland trails, 1-3 


1-5-53 
1-5-54 


A W 

H W 


59-56 
70-64 


3-5-95 A 
2-1-96 A 


L 
W 


67-92 
80-72 


1217-52 
2-12-53 


A W 
H W 


54-37 
67-41 




Towson 


2-27-45 A 


L 


41-54 


1-18-54 


A W 


70-56 


3-2-96 H 


W 


83-71 


1-So.Conf Tournament at Atlanta Go. 


Stony Brook 


2-14-4« H 


W 


43-39 


12-14-54 


A W 


72-69 


1-4-97 H 


W 


78-62 








Maryland leads, 12-0 


2-26-46 A 


L 


31-48 


1-6-55 


H W 


78-65 


3-2-97 A 


L 


74-81 


Virginia Tech 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-9-81 H W 75-59 


2-19-47 A 


I 


47-73 


3-3-55 


Nl L 


67-68(011 


2-1-98 H 


W 


77-70 








12-6-00 H W 107-59 

Syracuse 


12-14-82 H W 66-56 
2-21-85 H W 91-38 
12-13-85 H W 91-58 


Utah 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-2-55 
2-23-56 
12-1-56 


H W 
A I 
A W 


67-55 
60-73 
67-63 


2-24-98 A 
1-7-99 A 
2-6-99 H 


W 
W 

w 


74-66 
71-66 
88-72 


1925-26 A W 
1925-26 H W 
1-12-28 A W 


19-17 
30-14 
29-20 


Maryland leads, 5-0 


1-5-87 H W 79-71 


11-22-94 Nl 


W 


90-78 


1-1-57 


N2 W 


43-39 


2-2-00 H 


w 


91-79 


2-23-28 


H W 


30-10 


3-20-72 Nl W 71-65 


11-26-90 H W 93-69 


1 -Mow Invitational at Lahaina. Hawaii 


2-12-57 


H W 


85-64 


i-n-m A 


I 


87-89(01) 


2-4-29 


A L 


29-39 


12-30-72 H2 W 90-76 


12.2191 H W 83-76 


(lahoina Civic Center) 




3-7-57 


Nl W 


71-68 


1-31-01 A 


L 


78-99 


1-25-30 


H W 


44-27 


3-15-73 N3 W 91-75 


12-23-92 H W 78-68 








2-7-58 


A W 


87-66 


3-3-01 H 


W 


102-67 


2-11-30 


A W 


34-23 


12-29-76 H2 W 96-85 


12-23-93 Nl W 109-71 


Utah State 




2-18-58 


H W 


69-56 


l-ACC Tournament a 


Raleigh. H.C. 


1-31-31 


H W 


33-16 


12-6-80 A4 W 83-73 
1-National invitation Tournamertt at 


12-12-94 H W 120-73 
11-27-95 Nl W 70-67 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-6-58 
12-10-58 


Nl W 
H W 


70-66 
63-56 


(Reynolds Colisieum): 2-All-American 
City Taurnament at Qwensboro. Ky.: 3- 


1-30-32 
1-7-33 


H W 
A W 


51-16 
40-20 


Hew York. H.r. IMadnoa Square Car- 
den); 2-Maryland imitationot at Col- 


11-30-96 H W 93-76 
l-ar Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena) 


3-12-98 Nl W 
l-NCAA hurnamenra 


f Sacramento. 


2-18-59 
3-5-59 


A L 
Nl I 


50-62 
65-66 


ACC Tournament at (jreensboro. H.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum): 4-ACC Tourna- 


1-21-33 
1-13-34 


H W 
A W 


37-21 
29-24 


lege Pari, Md (Cole field Hoate); 1- 


Tulane 


Calif- (Am Arena. 






12-9-59 


H W 


70-62 


ment at Landover. Md (CapitalCentre): 


1-20-34 


H W 


34-32 


HCAA laarnament at Charlotte H.C 


II 1 • 






2-10-60 


A W 


44-43 


S-ACC Tournament at 


Charlotte. H.C 


1-31-38 


H W 


42-35 


(Charlotte Colimim); 4-CarTier Cam al 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


Valparaiso 




12-3-60 


A W 


57-52 


(Charlotte Coliseum) 




1-19-10 


H W 


49-41 


Syracuse. N. Y. (Carrier Dome) 




Maryland lead 

3-11-99 Nl 


,1-1 




2-22-61 


H W 


77-62 














11-19-yy HI w /o-/u 
1-Preieoion HIT al College Park, Md. 


W 


82-60 


12-18-61 


A W 


91-70 


ACC Series Profiles 


2-21-41 
1-17-47 


H L 
A W 


39-48 
57-49 


Tampa 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1-30-54 A W 61-51 
12-22-70 H W 80-72 


(Cole Field House) 

Tulsa 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


l-HCAA Tournament a 
(Orlando Arena! 

Vanderbilt 


r Orlando, fla 


2-21-62 
12-15-62 
2-16-63 
12-2-63 


H (. 
A W 
H t 
H W 


68-72 
67-61 
69-71 
68-58 
73-79 


TerpsatHome: 55-18 

Terps on the Road: 32 37 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 5 5 
Terps since 1953-54: 63-42 


2-17-47 
12-9-48 
12-3-49 
1-15-51 


H W 
H W 
A L 
H L 


55-42 
60-51 
57-63 
57-66 






Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-28-57 Nl W 71-56 
l-Sugar Bowl Tournament at Hew Or- 
leans, la (loyola field House) 

\lil|sfimi' I 








LastlOGames 




7-3 


1-12-53 


H W 


65-46 


Temple 

Maryland trails, 2-3 

12-4-48 A I 49-67 
3-14-58 Nl L 67-71 


12-28-64 Nl W 66-59 
l-Hunicane Oassic at Miami. Ha (Mi- 
ami Beach Convention Center) 

U( Irvine 


12-5-64 
2-17-65 
1-5-66 
2-16-« 
12-13-66 


A L 
H W 

H I 
A W 
A W 


59-61 
52-47 
62-65 
71-64 
85-65 


Cunent Streak 




..,UMwon2 

ak: 11 

eak: 5 

35 

March 3,2001; 


2-6-53 
12-17-53 

2-5-54 
1-29-90 
2 19-91 


A W 
H W 
A W 
H W 
A W 


70-56 


Longest UM Win Stt 
Longest UVA Win St 
Largest Win Margin 

(102-67 011 


60-52 
5441 
89-80 
82-67 


12-29-79 H2 W 85-63 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


VllldllUVi 






2-13-67 


H W 


87-76 


110-75 on 


Haitli2.1974) 








2-28 98 N3 W 83-66 
2-13-00 A I 65-73 


12-11-90 H W 93-79 


Maryland trails, 1-2 

1-27-85 H W 77-74 


2-13-68 
2-28-68 


H W 
A L 


85-76 
68-70 


Largest LossMargin: 36 

(;9-45oiiJsn.7, 19491 
Most UM Points Scored: 110 


Wagner 




l-HUA hmnamertt ot Charlotte H.C 


UCLA 


3-22-85 Nl 


I 


43-46 


1-16-69 


H L 


77-78 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


(Charlotte Coliseum): 2-Maryland Invi- 
tational at College Park. Md (Cole Held 


Maryland trails, 2-5 

12-1-73 A L 64-65 
12 2874 HI L 75-81 


2-1-86 A L 
l-HCAA Taurnament a 


62-64 
r Birmingham. 


2-15-69 
2-11-70 


A L 

A I 


78-84 
69-71 


Most UVA Points Scored: 99 


12-5-80 Nl W 
l-CarrieraasvcatSyr 


cuse.H.Y(Car 










House): J-or Baltimore. Md (Saltimoie 


Ala. (Birmingham 


Coliseum) 


2-28-70 
2-10-71 


H W 
A I 


79-71 
63-78 


Virginia Military 


rieiDame) 






Tennessee 


12 29-81 A L 57-90 
12-23-82 H W 80-79(2011 
12-9-95 N2 L 6J-73 


Virginia 

Maryland leads, 94-61 


3-6-71 
12-8-71 


H W 
A L 


89-84(011 
57-78 


Institute (VMI) 

Maryland leads, 41-10 


Wake Forest 

Maryland leads, 53-50 


The series is tied, 2-2 


11-27-98 N3 W 70-54 


1923-24 H 


I 


13-26 


3-4-72 


H W 


45-42 


1-28-11 A 


w 


17-14 


3-6-53 


Nl I 


59-61 (01) 


12-5-49 A L 40-61 


3-18-00 N4 I 70-105 


1924-25 H 


W 


24-18 


3-10-72 


N3 W 


62-57 


2-4-14 A 


I 


3-44 


125-53 


A L 


54-71 


12-20-63 Nl L 59-70 
3-8-80 N2 W 86-75 


l-MarylandlnvitationalatCollegePark. 
Md (Cole Field House): 2-Mn Wooden 


1924-25 A 
1925-26 A 


w 

I 


36-25 
28-34 


1-9-73 
3-3-73 


H W 
A W 


93-74 
92-81 


1923-24 H 
1923-24 N 


L 
W 


12-21 
34-19 


2-15-54 
3-5-54 


H W 
N2 L 


74-53 
56-64107) 


11-25-84 N3 W 72-49 


Classic at Anaheim. Calif. (Arrowhead 


1925-26 H 


w 


30-21 


2-6-74 


A W 


88-81 
110-75 


1925-26 A 


w 


30-21 


12-10-54 


H L 


58-62(01) 


;-m hornament at Blocksbutg. Va 


Pond of Anaheim): 3-Puerto Pico 


1926-27 A 


L 


17-22 


3-2-74 


H W 


1926-27 A 


w 


32-15 


2-21-55 


A L 


71-75 


(VirginialechColiseum):2-HUAhijr- 
nament at (jreensboro. H. C (Greensboro 
Coliseum): l-Greot Alaska Shootout at 
Amhoraqe. Alaska (Sullivan Arena) 


Shootout at Bayamon. P.P. (Eugenia 
Cuerra Spans Complex): t-NCAA Tour- 
nament at Minneapolis. Minn. (HHH 
Metrodame) 


1926-27 H 
1-27-28 H 
2-13-28 A 
1-15-29 A 


W 
W 
L 
W 


29-28(01) 
26-20 
12-34 
30-22 


2-4-75 
2-19-75 

2-4-76 
2-28-76 


H W 
A W 
A W 
H W 


86-79 
70-51 
69-66 
81-73 


1-14-28 A 
2-5-29 A 
2-12-30 A 
2-22-30 H 


w 
w 
w 
w 


23-9 
30-27 
44-25 
39-21 


12-10-55 
2-20-56 

12-10-56 
2-18-57 


H W 
A L 
H W 
A I 


61-51 
60-76 
59-53 
58-62 






2-1-29 H 


i 


22-25 


3-5-76 


N4 L 


65-73 


1-9-31 A 


w 


35-18 


12-13-57 


H W 


72-58 


Tennessee- 
(hattanooqa 


UC Santa Barbara 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-14-30 H 
2-15-30 H 
2-2-31 A 


w 

L 


54-20 
51-29 
31-34 


2-2-77 
2-26-77 
2-1-78 


H W 
A I 
A L 


82-67 
68-77 
64-66 


1-30-31 H 
1-16-32 A 
1-26-32 H 


w 
w 
w 


44-20 
43-28 
38-20 


2-8-58 

12-20-58 

2-7-59 


A W 
H W 
A L 


74-67 
68-65 
53-56 


Maryland leads, 2-0 


3-18-88 Nl W 92-82 


2-13-31 H 


w 


34-21 


2-25-78 


H L 


7^79 


1-13-33 A 


I 


29-30 


12-18-59 


H L 


47-54 


312-81 Nl W 81-69 


IHCAAToumamentatCinannati.Ohio 


1-21-32 A 


w 


36-31 


1-31-79 


H L 


63-69 


2-14-33 H 


w 


45-29 


2-6-60 


A L 


64-65 


3-17-83 N2 W 52-51 


(Riverfront Coliseum) 


2-13-32 H 


w 


46-18 


2-21-79 


A L 


72-75 


2-13-34 H 


w 


36-27 


12-17-60 


H L 


60-72 


t-NCAA Tournament at Dayton. Ohio 


UNCAsheville 


1-31-33 A 


I 


19-26 


1-30-80 


A <H 


63-61 


1-8-35 H 


w 


39-24 


2-4^1 


A L 


69-78 


(Dayton Arena): 2-NCAA loumamentat 


2-9-!3 H 


w 


37-28 


2-23-80 


H W 


82-71 


1-7-36 H 


w 


44-29 


3-3-61 


N2 L 


76-98 


Houston. Texas (The Summit) 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-26-34 A 


w 


43-20 


1-14-81 


H I 


64-66 


1-11-36 A 


w 


5332 


12-16-61 


H W 


79-62 




1222^7 H W 110-52 


2-6-34 H 


w 


28-25 


2-28-81 


A L 


63-74 


1-9-37 A 


w 


48-28 


2-17-62 


A L 


78-81 


Texas-El Paso 




2-2-35 H 


w 


44-24 


3-6-81 


N4 W 


85-62 


2-13-37 H 


w 


45-28 


12-19-62 


H L 


74-85 


Maryland trails, 0-2 


UNC Charlotte 


2-2035 A 
2-6-36 H 
1-23-37 H 
1-27-38 A 
1-28-39 H 
2-«-41 A 
1-9-42 A 
1 ■29-42 H 


w 


33-32 
40-34 
37-23 
39-23 
31-21 
1W7 
35-34 
36-26 


1-12-82 
2-27-82 


A I 
H W 


40-45(011 
47-46(011 


1-8-38 A 
2-11-38 H 


w 
w 


42-27 
43-33 


2-1463 
2-28-63 


A L 
N2 L 


54-75 

41-80 


12 21-67 Al L 53-70 
12-30-88 A2 L 51-69 
l-Sun Carnml Tournament at fl Paso. 
Texas (Memon^ljymnasiumj: 2-Sun 
Bowl Tournament at BPasa Texas (Spe- 
cial ivents Center) 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-22-75 H W 70-60 

UNC Greensboro 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

2-25 92 H W 84-55 


w 
w 
w 

L 

w 
w 


1-8-83 

3-7-83 
1-31-84 

3-4-84 
1-30-85 

3-3-85 


H L 
A I 
A W 
H W 
H W 
A W 


64-83 
81-83 
67-66 
74-65 
71-58 
60-55 


2-18-39 H 
2-7-40 A 
2-20-40 H 
1-15-11 A 
2-18-41 H 
2-2-42 A 


w 
w 
w 

L 

L 
L 


5335 
60-33 
27-25 
30-64 
27-41 
41-46 


1-2064 
2-1464 
12-18-64 
1-14-65 
12-465 
2-7-66 


A W 
H L 
H W 
A W 
H W 
A W 


91-82 
77-79 
82-64 

93-851 or 
87-66 

86-78101 






1-9-43 H 


w 


53-49 


1-19-86 


A L 


49-70 


2-27-42 H 


W 


39-36 


12-20-66 


H L 


59-68 






2-15-43 A 


w 


56-42 


3 1-86 

1-10-87 


H W 

H L 


87-72 
64-71 


1-16-43 A 


I 


34 35 


3-4-67 


A 1 


64-78 



ACC Series Profile 

TerpsatHome: 31-16 

Terpsontheftoad: 19-30 

TerpsatNeutratSites: 3-4 

Terps since 1953-54: 53-49 

LastlOGames: 64 

Current Streak: UM wonS 

Longest UM Win Streak _ 6 

Longest WFU Win Streak: 6 

largest Win Margin: 29 

|1Ci<- 7non)an 22.1973) 

Largest Loss Margin: 39 

(80-41onFjbi28,l%3) 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 

Most WFU Points Scored: ...104 



12-14-67 


A L 


60-73 




2-17-68 


H W 


87-74 




12-14-68 


A L 


87-95 


] 


1-3-69 


A3 L 


71-93 


1 


12-13-69 


K L 


87-104 




1-3-70 


A3 W 


96-88 




12-12-70 


H W 


72-71 




3-2-71 


A L 


66-72 




1-10-72 


A3 W 


49-46 




3-1-72 


H W 


64-56(011 




1-22-73 


H W 


105-76 




2-28-73 


A L 


60-62 




3-9-73 


N4 W 


73-65 




1-11-74 


A W 


72-59 




2-27-74 


H W 


77-68 




12-4-74 


A W 


99-78 




1-11-75 


H W 


89-73 




1-10-76 


A3 L 


93-96 




2-25-76 


H W 


105-91 




1-8-77 


H I 


85-86(01) 




2-22-77 


A3 W 


81-80 




1-7-78 


A3 L 


75-84 




2-22-78 


H W 


91-89 




1-6-79 


H L 


60-66 




2-19-79 


A3 W 


54-53 




1-5-80 


A W 


84-76 




2-20-80 


H W 


83-77 




2-4-81 


A L 


60-67 




2-21-81 


H W 


94-80 




2-3-82 


H W 


61-56 




2-20-82 


A3 L 


42-48 




2-9-83 


A3 I 


66-79 




2-26-83 


H W 


83-75 




2-8-84 


A3 I 


87-90(201) 




2-26-84 


H W 


90-79 




3-10-84 


N4 W 


66-64 




2-6-85 


A W 


64-62 




2-24-85 


H W 


69-66 




1-28-86 


H W 


77-55 




2-26-86 


A3 W 


59-48 




2-2-87 


A I 


58-69 




2-22-87 


H L 


68-75 




1-2-88 


H W 


93-76 




2-27-88 


A3 W 


7065 




1-4-89 


A L 


60-70 




2-25-89 


H L 


61-75 




1-4-90 


H W 


88-82 




2-24-90 


A L 


7484 




1-2-91 


A L 


62-74 r\j 


2-23-91 


H W 


86-78 O 


1-22-92 


H t 


76-86 O 


3-5-92 


A W 


77-66 


- 1 


1-16-93 


H L 


73-86 o 


2-17-93 


A L 


64-88 INJ 


1-15-94 


A W 


61-58 ^ 
81-58 ^ 


2-16-94 


H W 


1-14-95 


H W 


76-66 5 


2-15-95 


A L 


54-63 — 


1-13-% 


A L 


61-77 z 


2-15-% 


H L 


78-85 




1-19-97 


A W 


54-51 ^ 


2-1-97 


H L 


69-74 




1-17-98 


A L 


60-72 - 


2-19-98 


H L 


79-83 c= 


12-3-98 


H W 


92-69 > 


1-31-99 


A L 


72-85 




1-19-00 


K W 


71-53 • 
73-67 P 


2-19-00 


A W 


1-17-01 


H W 


81-71 P 
73-57 1 


2-17-01 


A W 


3-9-01 


N5 W 


71-53 ^ 


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C O N S C C U 


T 1 V C 


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FINAL 


FOUR 


Washington 
College 


2-2-29 
2-6-29 
2-3-30 


H L 
A L 
H L 


22-47 
18-42 
25-29 


12-18-50 H 
2-7-51 A 
12-5-51 H 


W 52-43 
L 65-83 
W 71-51 


2-10-65 
12-21-65 
2-12-66 


A W 
A I 
H W 


86-78 
74-76 
107-92 


Western Maryland 

Maryland leads, 12-0 


2-10-38 
2 14-39 
214-41 


H W 
H I 
H L 


45-38 
49-57 
40-58 


Wisconsin 

Maryland trails, 0-3 


Maryland leads, 13-4 


2-13-30 


A L 


21-36 


12-19-51 A 


W 51-43 


1-11-67 


A W 


82-81 lOT) 






12-16-41 


A L 


34-39 


12-30-31 A I 30-32 


1924-25 


H L 


16-27 


1-10-31 


A W 


36-21 


12-18-52 A 


W 58-40 


1-28-67 


H L 


58-61 






2-13-42 


H W 


42-32 


12-23-32 H L 13-22 


1925-26 


H W 


30-26 


2-3-31 


H W 


28-17 


2-14-53 H 


W 87-56 


1-10-68 


H W 


79-75 






2-23-43 


H W 


51-36 


11-29-00 Nl L 75-78(01) 


1926-27 


H 1 


18-22 


1-15-32 


A W 


42-38 


2-4-54 A 


W 51-25 


2-10-68 


A L 


66-83 


2-6-30 


H W 37-18 


2-17-45 


A W 


53-46 


l-KUSig (en Challenge at l^lilmukee, 


1926-27 


« L 


16-21 


2-15-32 


H W 


49-19 


2-11-54 H 


W 76-43 


12-4-68 


A L 


65-86 


2-14-31 


H W 45-35 


2-20-46 


A 1 


36-42 


Wisi (Bradley Center) 


2-17-28 
2-11-31 


H W 

H L 


22-20 
32-33 


1-14-33 
2-11-33 


A L 
H W 


40-43 
46-28 


l-SoXonfJouwamenc a! Raleigh, HC 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


2-8-69 
1-7-70 


H W 

H W 


91-84 
83-76 


2-12-32 
2-18-33 


H W 25-15 
H W 37-32 


1-10-50 
1-21-50 


H L 

A 1 


52-56 
56-64 


Woodrow General 


2-10-32 


\ W 


36-16 


3-1-34 


Ml L 


37-45 






2-25-70 


A L 


78-83 


2-10-34 


H W 49-33 








Hospital 

The series is tied, 1-1 

2-9-44 H W 48-26 


2-8-3J 
2-17-34 
1-16-35 


H W 
H W 
H W 


35-27 
44-33 
43-27 


2-16-35 
1-10-36 
2-11-36 


H L 
A I 
H I 


29-33 
27-30 
54-55 


Washington 
Y.M.C.A. 


2-27-71 
3-17-84 
12-1-84 


H L 
N1 W 
H W 


81-83 
102-77 
56-47 


1-14-37 
12-12-39 
12-17-46 


H W 48-36 
H W 48-32 
H W 49-39 


2-17-51 
12-12-51 


A I 
H W 


50-55 
54-53 


1-23-36 


H W 


46-34 


3-6-36 


N1 L 


32-38 


Maryland trails, 0-1 


12-12-85 


A W 


42-41 


12-11-47 


A W 63-58 










2-18-36 
1-20-37 


A W 
H W 


56-30 
41-20 


1-8-37 
2-18-37 


A I 
H I 


27-51 
35-41 


1904-05 


t 


1-21-87 
12-5-87 


H W 
A L 


65-62 
49-75 


Wichita State 


2-17-53 


A W 


79-57 


Wyoming 


216-38 


A W 


43-42 


1-7-38 
2-5-38 


A I 
H W 


29-31 
36-32 


West Virginia 


12-27-88 
12-1-90 


H I 
A L 


61-69 
85-90 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-25-54 


H W 


74-55 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-22-41 




26-18 


2-11-39 


H W 


39-37 


Maryland trails, 14-22 


12-7-91 


H W 


101-91 


12-28-68 


N1 W 95-83 












H W 


28-25 


1-20-40 


H 1 


25-44 


1925-26 H 


W 25-15 


12-5-92 


A 1 


72-86 


l-Charlotte Invitational at Charlotte 
















2-8-40 


A 1 


19-39 


1-5-34 A 


L 24-26 


l-K^A Tournament a 


f Birmingham, 


HC ICharloaeColiseumi 










Washington & Lee 

Maryland leads, 27-26 

1910-11 A I 17-46 


2-28-40 
1-14-41 
2-8-41 
2-3-42 
2-7-42 
1-15-43 


N1 W 
A I 
H L 


43-30 
41-59 
15-42 
44-52 
28-30 
40-50 


1-2-35 H 
2-10-36 A 
12-19-41 A 


I 29-39 
I 26-51 
I 36-63 


Ala. (Rirmingham Coliseum) 

Western Carolina 


Widener College 

Maryland trails, 0-2 


1-5-83 
1-7-84 
125-85 


H W 
H W 
H W 


56-51 
58-44 
77-48 


Xavier 

Maryland leads, 10 

12-28-76 HI W 84-74 


1-31-11 

2-3-14 


H L 
A L 


24-29 
8-63 


H L 
A L 


2-23-46 H 

12-14-46 A 


L 33-35 

L 43-81 


Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-14-98 H W 113-46 


2-28-14 


A I 


Winthrop 




1 -Maryland Invitational at College Pork, 
Md. (Cole Field House) 


1925-26 


H W 


40-27 


2-13-43 
1-16-47 


H W 
A W 


55-35 
65-60 


12-15-51 A 


L 36-39 


Western Kentucky 


William & Mary 


Maryland 


eads,3-0 


Yale 


1925-26 




33-20 


1-31-47 


H W 


59-50 


12-13-52 H 


W 52-45 


Maryland 


eads,2-0 


Maryland leads, 21 -8 








Maryland leads, 1-0 








12-17-47 


A I 


64-70 


12-14-53 A 


L 71-87 


12-29-71 


HI W 


103-67 


12-20-28 


H W 30-20 








1-4-60 H W 103-80 








2-7-48 


H W 


64-38 


12-14-63 H 


W 74-72 








12-13-29 


H W 27-23 










1-13-28 


A W 


31-28 


2-5-49 
12-10-49 


A W 
H W 


66-60 
65-46 


2-5-64 A 
12-12-64 H 


I 67-91 
I 73-80 (OTI 


1 -Matylandlnvmional at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House) 


1-30-36 
2-9-37 


H W 41-39 
H W 41-29 











SEHIESRECORDS 



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Opponent (GP) Record 

Air Force (2) 2-0 

Alabama (3) 3-0 

Alaska (1) 

Alcorn Stated) 

American (10) 

AU-PuertoRico(l) 

Appalachian State (2) 

Arizona (2) 

Arizona State (2) 

Arkansas (2) 

Army (4) 

Augusta College (1) 

Ball State (II 

Baltimore City (3) 

Biscayne College (1) 

Boston College (4) 

Boston University (3) 

Brown (3) 

Bucknell(6) 

Buffalo (4) 

California (1) 

California-Irvine (1) 

California-Santa Barbara (1) . 

Canisius(7) 

Catholic (22) 

Central Florida (1) 

Chaminade(I) 

College of Charleston (1) 

Chicago State (2) 

City College of New York (2) ,. 

Cincinnati (2) 

TheCitadel(l) 

Clemson(120| 

Cleveland Stated) 

Coastal Carolina (1) 

Columbia (2) 

Connetticut (2) 

Coppin Stated) 

Cornell (1) 

Creigbton (2) 

Davidson (2) 

Dayton (4) 

Delaware (3) 

Delaware College (1) 



Delaware State (2) 2-0 

DePaul (2) 2-0 

DePauw(2) 2-0 

Duke (148) 53-95 

Duquesne(7) 7-0 

East Carolina (6) 6-0 

EasternKentucky91) I-O 

EastTennesseeState(2) 2-0 

Evansville (2) 1-1 

Fairleigh Dickinson (5) 5-0 

Florida (1) 1-0 

Florida International (1) 1-0 

Florida State (231 17-6 

Fordham(8| 7-1 

Gallaudetd4) 7-7 

George Mason (5) 5-0 

GeorgeWashington(61) 34-27 

Georgetown (61) 36-25 

Georgia (6) 2-4 

Georgia State (2) 2-0 

Georgia Tech (55) 25-30 

Gonzagad) 1-0 

Hawaii (2) 2-0 

Hawaii-Pacific (1) 1-0 

Hofstra (3) 3-0 

Holy Cross (4) 4-0 

Houston (2) 1-1 

Howard (3) 3-0 

Illinois (4) 2-2 

Indiana (3) 0-3 

lona(l) 1-0 

Iowa (2) 2-0 

Jacksonville (3) 2-1 

James Madison (1) 1-0 

Johns Hopkins (19) 15-4 

Kansas (4) 1-3 

Kansas Stated) 1-0 

Kentucky (12) 4-8 

Kentucky Wesleyand) 1-0 

Kent Stated) 1-0 

Lafayette (4) 4-0 

Lamar (1) 1-0 

La Salle (3) 3-0 

Lehigh (1) 1-0 

Long Island (7) 7-0 



Louisiana State (4) 2-2 

Louisville (7) 2-5 

Loyola (Md.) (12) 7-5 

Maine (1) 1-0 

Manhattan (1) 1-0 

Marshall (2) 2-0 

Md-Balt.County(UMBC)(12).... 12-0 
Md-EastemShorE(UMES)(14) ... 14-0 

Massachusetts (6) 2-4 

Memphis State (2) „ 0-2 

Miami(Fla.)(6) 3-3 

Miami (Ohio) (2) 2-0 

Michigan (5) 2-3 

Michigan Stated) 0-1 

Minnesota (2) 2-0 

Mississippi (2) 1-1 

Mississippi State (3) 0-3 

Missouri (4) 1-3 

Monmouth (N.J.) (1) 1-0 

Montana Stated) 1-0 

Morgan State (4) 4-0 

Mount Saint Joseph (3) 1-2 

Mount Saint Mary's (3) 3-0 

Navy (56) 30-26 

Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) (5).... 1-4 

New Mexico A&Md) 0-1 

New York University (2) 0-2 

Niagara (1) 1-0 

Norfolk Stated) 1-0 

North Carolina (155) 48-107 

UNCAshevilled) 1-0 

UNC Charlotte (1) 1-0 

UNC Greensboro (1) 1-0 

UNC Wilmington (1) 1-0 

NC State (128) 61-67 

Northeastern (1) 1-0 

Northwestern (1) 1-0 

North Texas(l) 1-0 

Notre Dame (16) 8-8 

Old Dominion (5) 4-1 

Ohio State (5) 3-2 

Ohio University (1) 1-0 

Oklahoma (3) 2-1 

Oklahoma Stated) 1-0 

Penn State (16) 8-8 



Pennsylvania (15) 3-12 

Penn Military Academy (1) 0-1 

Pepperdine(l) 1-0 

Pittsburgh (6) 5-1 

Princeton (6) 4-2 

Providence (2) 1-1 

Randolph Macon (4) 3-1 

Rhode Island (2) 2-0 

Richmond (39) 25-14 

Rider (3) 3-0 

Rutgers (6) 3-3 

Sacramento Stated) 1-0 

St.Francis(Pa.)(l) 1-0 

St.John's(14) 8-6 

St. Joseph's (3) 3-1 

St.Louis(l) 1-0 

StPeteCsd) 1-0 

San Francisco (2) 2-0 

Santa Clara (21 1-1 

SetonHall(3l 2-1 

South Carolina (57) 31-26 

South Carolina State (1) 1-0 



South Florida (2) 

Southern California (USC) (3) ... 

Southern Illinois d) 

Stanford (3) 

Staunton Military Academy (1) 

Stevens Institute (5) 

Stony Brook (1) 

Syracuse (5) 

Tampa (2) 

Temple (5) 

Tennessee (3) 

Tennessee-Chattanooga (2) 

Texas-El Paso (2) 

Texas (1) 

Texas Chrislian(l) 

Texas Tech (1) 

Towsond2) 

Tulane(l) 

Tulsa (1) 

UCLA (7) 

Utahd) 

Utah Stated) 



Valparaisod) 1-0 

Vanderbilt(l) 1-0 

Villanova (3) 1-2 

Virginia (155) 94-61 

Virginia Military Institute (49) ,. 39-10 

Virginia Tech (25) 22-3 

Wlagnerd) 1-0 

Wake Forest (103) 53-50 

Washington College (15) 12-3 

Washington & Lee (51) 27-24 

West Virginia (35) 15-20 

Western Carolina (1) 1-0 

Western Kentucky (2) 2-0 

Western Maryland (9) 9-0 

Wichita (1) 1-0 

William & Mary (14) 14-0 

Winthrop (3) 3-0 

Wisconsin (3) 0-3 

Wyoming (1) 1-0 

Xavier (1) 1-0 

Yaled) 1-0 




TERPNOTt: All-time games played against ACC opponents: North Carolina (155), Virginia (155), Duke (148), HCState (128), Clemson (120), Wake Forest (103), Georgia Tech (55), Florida State (23). 




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SIGHT CONSCCUTIV£ NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



200I FINAL FOUR 



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Total InSeason Tournaments: 55 
Overall Record: 89-34 (.724) 
Total Championships: 26 
Runner-Ups:12 



E(A( Holiday Festival (New York, N.Y.) 

12-27-90 vs.Rutgers W 86-81 

12-29-90 vs. South Carolina W 78-69 (champions) 



All-American (itv Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) tvansville Holiday Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) 



12-30-53 vs. Arizona State 

12-31-53 vs. Evansville 

1-2-54 vs.Kentucl<yWesleyan 

12-27-54 vs.TexasTech 

12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 

12-30-54 vs.Cincinnati 



W 65-50 

W 66-58 

W 54-37 (champions) 

W 58-54 

W 83-66 

W 78-61 (champions) 



12-30-56 vs.Montana State W 89-72 

12-31-56 vs. New Mexico A8,M L 43-45 

1-1-57 vs.Virginia W 43-39 

BB&T Bank/Children's Charities (lassie 
(Landover, Md./Washinqton, D.C.) * 

12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts L 47-50 

12-3-95 vs. George Washington W 98-81 



12-8-96 


vs. California 


W 


80-64 


12-9-96 


vs. George Washington 


W 


74-68 (champions) 


12-7-97 


vs. Kansas 


W 


86-83 


12-8-97 


vs. George Washington 


L 


66-70 


12-6-98 


vs. Stanford 


W 


62-60 


12-7-98 


vs.DePaul 


W 


92-75 (champions) 


12-4-99 


vs. Illinois 


W 


69-67 


12-5-99 


vs. George Washington 


L 


69-74 



12-2-00 vs. Michigan W 82-51 

12-3-00 vs. George Washington W 71-63 (champions) 

'Unown OS f/ie fionklm national Bank/Children Charities Classic m its first three sea- 
sons. Held at US Airways Arena (iondover.Md-) In 1 995 and 1 996, moved to MCI Cen- 
ter (Washington. D.C.) in 1997. 

Blue Grass Festival (Louisville, Ky.) 

12-28-59 vs. Indiana L 63-72 

12-29-59 vs.Fordhann W 76-54 

(able (ar (lassie (San Francisco, (alif.) 

12-21-73 vs. San Francisco W 78-60 

12-22-73 vs. Santa Clara W 53-32 (champions) 

(arrier (lassie (Syracuse, K.Y.) 

12-5-80 vs.Wagner W 96-73 

12-6-80 vs.Syracuse W 83-73 (champions) 

(entral Fidelity (lassie (Richmond, Va.) 



12-1-! 
12-2-i 



vs.South Carolina 
vs. Army 



L 51-52 
W 78-60 



(haminade (hristmas (lassie (Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104-86 

12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee St. W 91-86 

12-24-89 vs. Sacramento State W 98-68 (champions) 

(harlotte Invitational ((harlotte, N.(.) 

12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 

12-29-66 vs.Army W 57-54 (champions) 



12-27-68 
12-28-68 



vs. Davidson 
vs.Wichita 



L 69-83 
W 95-83 



Dixie (rassic (Raleigh, N.(.) 

12-29-60 vs. North Carolina L 57-81 

12-30-60 vs.NC State L 67-75 

12-31-60 vs.Wyoming W 84-77 



12-27-63 vs.Arizona 
12-28-63 vs.Columbia 



Fiesta Bowl (lassie (Tueson, Ariz.) 

12-28-91 vs.Rutgers L 79-95 

12-30-91 vs. Evansville L 64-75 

Freedom Bowl (lassie (Irvine, (alif.) 

11-25-88 vs.Texas Christian W 74-67 

11-26-88 vs. Georgia State W 69-62 (champions) 

Great Alaska Shootout (Anehorage, Alaska) 

11-23-84 vs.Kansas L 56-58 

11-24-84 vs. Alaska-Anchorage W 54-52 

11-25-84 vs.Tennessee W 72-49 

Hall of Fame (lassie (Springfield, Mass.) 

12-28-93 vs.Hofstra W 93-67 

12-29-93 vs. Massachusetts L 80-94 

Hawaii Pacifie Tournament (Walluku, Hawaii) 

12-28-85 vs. Stanford W 67-65 

12-29-85 vs. Hawaii-Pacific W 92-85 (champions) 

Hurrieane (lassie (Miami, Fla.) 

12-28-64 vs.Tulsa W 66-59 

12-29-64 vs. Miami (Fla.) L 73-80 

M(l Harbor (lassie (Baltimore, Md.) 



12-29-80 
12-30-80 


Marshall 
St. Joseph's 


W 114-89 

W 74-57 (champions) 


12-29-83 
12-30-83 


Randolph Macon 
La Salle 


W 58-52 

W 96-83 (champions) 


Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii) 

11-21-94 vs.Chaminade W 95-67 
11-22-94 vs. Utah W 90-78 
11-23-94 vs. Arizona State L 90-97 


11-20-00 
11-21-00 
11-22-00 


vs. Louisville 
vs. Illinois 
vs. Dayton 


W 95-73 
L 80-90 
L 71-77 



Memphis Invitational (Memphis, Tenn.) 

12-16-66 vs.Oklahoma State W 50-49 

12-17-66 vs. Memphis State L 53-55 

Mid-Winter Festival ((ollege Park, Md.) 

12-29-55 Michigan State L 75-95 

12-30-55 St. Francis (Pa.) W 75-66 

Preseason NIT ((ollege Park, Md./New York, N.Y.) * 

11-17-99 San Francisco W 71-61 

11-19-99 Tulane W 78-70 

11-24-99 vs. Kentucky L 58-61 

11-26-99 vs. Notre Dame W 72-67 

'First and second round games at College Park. Md.; semifinal and third plare games 
at Madison Sguare Garden. 

Puerto Rieo Shootout (Bayamon, P.R.) 



11-26-98 
11-27-98 
11-28-98 



vs.AU-PuertoRico 
vs. UCLA 
vs. Pittsburgh 



11-27-87 
11-28-87 



vs. Loyola (Md.) 
vs. Mississippi 



W 74-60 

W 77-69 (champions) 



Rainbow (lassie (Honolulu, Hawaii) 



W 82-32 
W 70-54 
W 87-52 (champions) g 

O 



Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.VA.) 



12-20-68 vs. Marshall 
12-21-68 vs. Miami (Fla.) 



W 89-80 
L 85-92 



Maryland Invitational Tournament ((ollege 
Park, Md.) 

12-19-69 Army L 54-69 

12-20-69 Fordham W 94-71 



12-25 
12-27 
12-28 

12-27 
12-28 
12-30- 



vs. Iowa 
vs. Hawaii 
vs. Georgia Tech 

vs. Pittsburgh 
vs. Hawaii 
vs. Georgia 



W 78-68 (OT) 

W 79-71 

L 69-70 

W 66-63 

W 76-59 

L 65-73 (OT) 



Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.j 

12-28-57 vs.Vanderbilt W 71-56 

12-30-57 vs. Memphis State L 46-47 (30T) 



12-29-71 


Western Kentucky 


W 


103-67 








, 


12-30-71 


St. John's 


W 


90-69 (champions) 


12-29-58 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 45-56 


> 










12-30-58 


vs. Loyola (Md.) 


W 54-50 


r 


12-29-72 


Georgia Tech 


W 


90-55 








r 


12-30-72 


Syracuse 


W 


90-76 (champions) 


12-29-61 


vs. Mississippi State 


I 62-64 


H 










12-30-61 


vs. Louisville 


L 64-83 


12-29-73 


Holy Cross 


W 


102-75 








Z 


12-30-73 


Boston College 


W 


58-37 (champions) 


12-29-65 


vs. Houston 


W 69-68 


m 










12-30-65 


vs. Dayton 


W 77-75 (champions) 


JO 


12-27-74 


Georgia Tech 


W 


105-67 








m 


12-28-74 


UCLA 


L 


75-81 


Sun Bowl Tournament (El Paso, Texas) 


e 










12-29-88 


vs. Lamar 


W 74-65 


IB 


12-29-75 


Seton Hall 


W 


104-69 


12-30-88 


vs. Texas-El Paso 


L 51-69 


e 


12-30-75 


Princeton 


W 


66-59 (champions) 








9 




12-28-76 


Xavier 


W 


84-74 


Sun (arnival Tournament (El Paso, Texas) 


12-29-76 


Syracuse 


W 


96 85 (champions) 


12-21-67 
12-22-67 


vs. Texas-El Paso 
vs. Southern Illinois 


L 53-70 
L 72-73(01) 


o 


12-28-77 


Western Kentucky 


W 


91-78 








R7 


12-29-77 


Georgia Tech 


w 


65-63 (champions) 


Tip-Off 


Tournament (Land 


over.Md.) 


m 



12-29-78 
12-30-78 

12-28-79 
12-29-79 



St.Joseph's 
Southern California 



Miaml-OH 
Temple 



W 62-56 (OT) 

W 83-79 (champions) 

W 115-76 

W 85-63 (champions) 



11-27-77 vs.American W 78-65 

11-28-77 vs.Georgetown W 91-87 (champions) 

Virginia Teeh Tournament (Blacksburg, Va.) •t ojnLM aj 

12-20-63 vs.Tennessee L 59-70 

12-21-63 vs. Louisiana State W 75-65 




ItRPMOTt: Maryland hosted Iti own invitational during 12 seasons between l%9and 1983. 






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POSTSEASONTOURNAMENTS 



NCAA Appearances 

NCAA Appearances: 18 Appearances 
Overall Record: 26-18 
Timestothe Final Four: 1(2001) 
Times to the Final Eight: 3 (1 973, 1 975, 2001 ) 
Times to the Sweet Sixteen: 8 ( 1 958, 1 980, 
1985,1994,1995,1998,1999,2001) 

Overall Appearances 

Year Maryland's Result Md.Seed 

1958 East Regional Semifinals n/a 

1973 East Regional Final n/a 

1975 Midwest Regional Final n/a 

1980 East Regional Semifinal 2 

1981 Mideast 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 Semifinals 4 

1999 Southeast Regional Semifinals 2 

2000 Midwest Regional Second Round 3 

2001 West Regional Champions/Final Four 3 

1938 

East Regional, First Round 
Site: New York, N.Y. 

Maryland 88, Boston College 63 (3-1 1 -58) 
East Regional, Semifinals/Third Place Game 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 

Temple 81,Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 
Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 

1973 

East Regional, First Round 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 

First Round Bye 

East Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Site: at Charlotte, N.C 

Maryland 91,Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 
Providence 103,Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 



=c 197S 

z Midwest Regional, First Round 

p Site: Lubbock, Texas 

< Maryland83,Creighton79(3-15-75) 

■^ Midwest Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Q Site: Las Cruces.N.M. 

J. Maryland 83, Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 

O Louisville 96, Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

O 

"^ 1980 

|I|8 East Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Greensboro, N.C. 

First Round Bye 
1?^- No. 2 Maryland 86, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 
■►jf^ East Regional, Semifinal 
jI^;;.; Site: Philadelphia, Pa. 

'*! No.3 Georgetown 74, No.2 Maryland 68 (3-14-8' 




1981 

Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: at Dayton, Ohio 

Na6 Maryland 81, No 1 1 Tenn.Chattanooga 69 (3-12-81) 
No. 3 Indiana 99, No. 6 Maryland 64 (3-14-81 ) 

1983 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Houston, Texas 

No.SMaryland 52, No.9Tenn.Chattanooga51 (3-17-83) 
No. 1 Houston 60, No.8 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) 

I98ii 

Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

First Round Bye 

No.3 Maryland 102,No,11 West Virginia 77(3-17-84) 

Mideast Regional Semifinal 

Site: Lexington, Ky. 

No. 2 Illinois 72, No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 

I98S 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Dayton, Ohio 

No.5 Maryland 69,Na 12 Miami-OH 68 (OT) (3-15-85) 
No.5 Maryland 64 , No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-85) 
Southeast Regional, Semifinal 
Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

No.8 Villanova 46, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Long Beach, Calif. 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No. 1 2 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 

Na7 Maryland 92,No 12 UC Santa Barbara 82 (3-18-88) 
No. 2 Kentucky 90, No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
' Maryland's 1988 fJCAAhumamenlappearame was vacated 
bytheHUA. 

I99<i 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Wichita, Kan. 

No. 10 Maryland 74, No. 7 St. Louis 67 (3-1 7-94) 
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 

I99S 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Salt Lake City, Utah 

No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 14 Gonzaga 63 (3-16-95) 
No. 3 Maryland 82, No. 1 1 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 
West Regional, Semifinal 
Site: Oakland, Calif. 

No. 2 Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 



1996 

West Regional, 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 Maryland 82, No. 13 Utah State 68 (3-1 3-98) 
No. 4 Maryland 67, No. 5 Illinois 61 (3-1 5-98) 
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, Fla. 

No 2 Maryland 82, No, 1 5 Valparaiso 60 (3-1 1-99) 
No. 2 Maryland 75, No. 10 Creighton 63 (3-1 3-99) 
South Regional, Semifinal 
Site: Knoxville, Tenn. 

No. 3 St. John's 76, No. 2 Maryland 63 (3- 1 8-99) 

zooo 

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) 
No. 3 St. John's 76, No. 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 




2001 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Boise, Idaho 

No. 3 Maryland 783, No. 1 4 George Mason 80 (3-1 5-01 ) 

No. 3 Maryland 79, No 1 1 Georgia State 60 (3-17-01) 

West Regional Semifinal/Final 

Site: Anaheim, Calif. 

No.3 Maryland 76, No. 10 Georgetown 66 (3-22-01) 

No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 1 Stanford 73 (3-24-01) 

Final Four 

Site: Minneapolis, Minn. 

No. 1 Duke 95, No.3 Maryland 84 (3-31-01) 



NIT Appearances 




NIT Appearances: 4 Appearances 


1979 


Overall Record: 7-3 


First Round/Second Round (24 teams) 


Championships:! (1972) 


Site: College Park, Md. 




Maryland 67, Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT) 


Overall Appearances 


Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (3-12-79) 


Year Maryland's Result 


1982 


1972 Champions 


1979 Second Round 


First Round (32 Teams) 


1982 Second Round 


Site: Richmond, Va. 


1990 Second Round 


Maryland 60, Richmond 50 (3-12-82) 




Second Round 


1972 


Site: Athens, Ga. 


First Round/Quarterfinals (16 Teams) 


Georgia 83,Maryland 69 (3-15-82) 


Site: New York, N.Y. 


1990 


Maryland67,St.Joseph's 55 (3-18-72) 


Maryland71, Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 


First Round (32 Teams) 


Semifinals/Championship 


Site: College Park, Md. 


Site: New York, N.Y. 


Maryland 91, Massachusetts 81 (3-15-90) 


Maryland 91, Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 


Second Round 


Maryland 100, Niagara 69 (3-25-72) 


Site: State College, Pa. 




Penn State 80, Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 



lERPNOTt: Maryland is 26- 18 all-time in NCAA Tournament games, with Gary Williams claming half of those as the winningest NCAA Toarnament coach in school history. 





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NG\AI0UI!NAH[NIRECORDS 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 



All career records require participation in a minimum 
two NCAA Tournoments. Series records require participa- 
tion in a minimum two tournament games. Single game 
abbreviations: W-f iisl Hound; 2fl-Second Round: RSF-Re- 
gional Semifinal: RF -Regional final: MS f -National Semifi- 
nal: Nf -National Final. Three-point records are since 
Maryland's participation in the 1988 tournament. Blocks 
and steals records begin with the 1975 tournament, assists 
records begin in the 1971 tournament 

Individual 

Career - Games Played 

1. MikeMardesich(98,99,00,01) 13 

Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 13 

3. Lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 10 

Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 10 

5. DannyMiller(99,00,01) 9 

MattKovaril((94,95,97,98) 9 

Keith Gatiin (84,85,86,88) 9 

Jeff Baxter (83, 84, 85, 86) 9 

Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 9 

Career - Games Started 

1. lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 10 

Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 10 

3. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 9 

4. Keith Booth (94, 95, 96, 97) 8 

Career - Minutes Played 

1. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 86) 336(37.3) 

2. TerenceMorris(98, 99,00,01) 335(25.8) 

3. Keith Gatiin (84,85,86,88) 329(36.6) 

4. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 287 (28.7) 

Series - Minutes Played 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 178 (35.6) 

2. Steve Blal<e (01) 158 (31.6) 

3. Lonny Baxter (01) 133 (26.6) 

4. Terence Morris (01) 123(24.6) 

5. Len Bias (85) 122(40.7) 

6. John Lucas (75) 120(40.0) 

Career - Points 

1. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 168 (18.7) 

2. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01) 143(14.3) 

Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 143(11.0) 

4. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 139(13.9) 

5. Adrian Branch (83,84,85) 129(18.4) 

6. Joe Smith (94, 95) 125(20.8) 

7. John Lucas (73, 75) 1 1 1 (22.2) 

8. Johnny Rhodes (94, 95, 96) 107(15.3) 

9. LaronPtofit(97,97,98,99) 98(12.3) 

10. Keith Booth (94,95,96,97) 97(12.1) 

Series - Points 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 85 (17,0) 

2. Lonny Baxter (01) 81 (16.2) 

3. John Lucas (75) 70(23.3) 

4. Joe Smith (94) 63 (21.0) 

5. Joe Smith (95) 62 (20.7) 

6. Len Bias (86) 57(28.5) 

7. Adrian Branch (85) 56 (18.7) 

8. Niels Davis (58) 55(18.3) 

9. Rodney Eilion (98) 53 (17.7) 

Len Bias (85) 53 (17.7) 

Owen Brown (75) 53 (17.7) . 




Game - Points 

1. Joe Smith vs.Texas(W,2R, 3-18-95) 31 

Len Bias vs. UNLV (W,2R, 3-16-86) 31 

3. JoeSmithvs.SaintLouis(MW,lR,3-17-94) 29 

4. Greg Manning vs.Tennessee (E, 2R, 3-8-80) 28 

5. JohnnyRhodesvs.SantaClara(W,lR,3-15-96) .27 
John Lucas vs. Louisville (MW, RF, 3-22-75) 27 

7. LonnyBaxtervs.Georgetown(W,RSF,3-22-01) .26 

Len Bias vs.Peppetdine (W, IR, 3-14-86) 26 

9. Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 

SE,1R,3-18-88) 25 

Len Bias vs. Miami-0H(SE,1R, 3-15-85) 25 

Albert King vs. UT-Chattanooga 

(MW,1R, 3-12-81) 25 

Tom McMillen vs.Providence (E, RF, 3-17-73) 25 

Career - Scoring Average 

1. John Lucas (73,75) 22.2 (111) 

2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 20.8 (125) 

3. Albert King (80, 81) 20.5(82) 

4. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 18.7 (168) 

Series - Scoring Average 

1 . Len Bias (86) 28.5 (57) 

2. Albert King (81) 23.5 (47) 

Greg Manning (80) 23.5 (47) 

4, John Lucas (75) 23.3 (70) 

Career - Field Goals Made 

1. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 65 

2. Lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 52 

Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 52 

4. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 47 

Series - Field Goals Made 

1. Lonny Baxter (01) 30 

2. Juan Dixon (01 ) 29 

3. John Lucas (75) 28 

4. Joe Smith (95) 24 

Nick Davis (58) 24 






Game - Field Goals Made 

1. LonnyBaxtetvs.Stanford(W,RF3-24-01) 11 

Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara (W, IR, 3-15-96) . 1 1 
Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 11 

Len Bias vs. UNLV (MW, 2R, 3-16-86) 1 1 

Albert King vs. UT Chattanooga 

(MW,1R, 3-12-81) 11 

Greg Manning vs.Tennessee (E, 2R, 3-8-80) 1 1 

John Lucas vs. Louisville (MW, RF, 3-22-75) 1 1 

Nick Davis vs. Boston College (E, 1 R, 3-1 1 -58) 11 

Career - Field Goals Attempted 

1. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 120 

2. Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 114 

3. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 109 

4. Lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 107 

Series - Field Goals Attempted 

1. Lonny Baxter (01) 62 

2. Juan Dixon (01 ) 61 

3. Adrian Branch (85) 52 

4. Nick Davis (58) 49 

Game - Field Goals Attempted 

1 . Albert King vs. Indiana (ME, 2R, 3-14-81 ) 28 

2. LenBiasvs.UNLV(W,2R,3-16-86) 23 

3. JohnnyRhodesvs,SantaClara(W,1R,3-15-96) .22 
Owen Brown vs. Louisville (MW, RF, 3-22-75) 22 

Career - Field Goal Pet. (niin.2Jatt.) 

1. BuckWilliams(80,81) 667(26of39) 

2. Greg Manning (80,81) 609(28of46) 

3. Joe Smith (94, 95) 556 (45 of 81 ) 

4. John Lucas (73, 75) 554 (46 of 83) 

Series - Field Goal Pet. (min. IS att.) 

1. Len Bias (83) 750 (12 of 16) 

2. Buck Williams (80) 696(16of23) 

3. Tom McMillen (73) 692(18of26) 

4. Greg Manning (80) 690(20of29) 




Game - Field Goal Pet. (min. 8 att.) 

1. Ben Coleman vs. West Virginia 

(ME,2R,3-17-84) 889(8of9) 

2. Laron Profit vs. Valparaiso 

(S, 1 R, 3-1 1-99) 800 (8 of 10) 

Buck Williams vs. Georgetown 

(E,RSF, 3-14-80) 800 (8 of 10) 

Tom McMillen vs.Syracuse 

(E,RSF, 3-15-73) 800 (8 of 10) 

Career - }-Point Field Goals Made 

1. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 16 

2. SarunasJasikevicius (95,96,97,98) 10 

3. TerenceMorris(98,99,00,01) 9 

Terrell Stokes (96, 97, 98, 99) 9 

DuaneSimpkins(94,95,96) 9 

Keith Gatiin (84,85,86,88) 9 

Series - 3-Point Field Goals Made 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 9 

Keith Gatiin (88) 9 

3. Sarunas Jasikevicius (98) 8 

4. Steve Blake (01) 6 

Game - 3-Point Field Goals Made 

1. Keith Gatiin vs.UC Santa Barbara (SE, 1R,3-18-88)5 

2. JuanDixonvs.Duke(FF,NSF3-31-01| 4 

Laron Profit vs. Co. of Charleston (SE, IR, 3-1 3-97) 4 
Sarunas Jasikevicius vs.lllinois(W,2R,3-14-98).. 4 
Duane Simpkins vs. Massachusetts 

(MW,2R,3-19-94) 4 

Keith Gatiin vs. Kentucky (SE,2R, 3-20-88) 4 

Career - )-Point Field Goals Att. 

1. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 45 

2. Duane Simpkins (94, 95, %) 29 

3. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01 ) 26 

4. Johnny Rhodes (94,95, 96) 25 



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KRPNOTt: Mike Mardesich and Terence Morris set the new Maryland standard with 13 NCAA Tournament games under their bells, but Lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon (W apiece! hope to break that mark. 




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1. Juan Dixon (01) 

2. Keith Gatlin 

3. Terrell Stokes (98) 

4. SarunasJasikevicius(98) 




6am« - 3-Point Field Goals Att. 

1. JuanOixonvs.Duke(fF,NSF,3-31-01) 10 

2, Keith Gatlin vs. Kentucky (SE,2R, 3-20- 
Keith Gatlin vs.UC Santa Barbara (SE, IR, 3-18-88) 8 

Career - 3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

(min.lOatt.) 

1 . Keith Gatlin (84, 85, 86, 88) 563 (9 of 16) 

2. SarunasJasikevicius(95,96,97,98) .500(10of20) 
Steve Blake (00,01) 500 (7 of 14) 

4. Terrell Stokes (96,97,98,99) 375 (9 of 24) 

Exree Hipp (94, 95,96) 375 (6 of 16) 

Series - 3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

(mill. 7 att.) 

1. SarunasJasikevicius(98) 615(8ofl3) 

2, Keith Gatlin (88) 563 (9 of 16) 

3, Steve Blake (01) 500(6ofl2) 

4. Terence Morris (98) 429 (3 of 7) 

Teyon McCoy (88) 429 (3 of 7) 

Game - 3-Point Field Goal Pet. (min. 3 att.) 

1. SarunasJasikevicius vs. Illinois 

(W,2R, 3-14-98) 1.000(4of4) 

Duane Simpkins vs. Massachusetts 

(MW,2R, 3-19-94) I,000(4of4) 

Steve Blake vs. Stanford 

(W.RF, 3-24-01) 1.000(3of3) 

4. Tahj Holden vs.Stanford (W, RF, 3-24-01 ).750(3 of 4) 

Career - Free Throws Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01 ) 39 

2. Len Bias (83, 84, 85. 86) 38 

3. Adrian Branch (83, 84, 85) 37 

4. Joe Smith (94, 95) 34 

Series - Free Throws Made 

1. Lonny Baxter (01) 21 

Len Bias (86) 21 

3. Joe Smith (94) 20 

Tom Young (58) 20 

Game - Free Throws Made 

1. Len Bias vs.Peppetdine(W,lR,3-14-86) 12 

2. JoeSmithvs.Texas(W,2R,3-18-95) 11 

Rudy Archer vs.UC Santa Barbara 

(5E,1R. 3-1 8-88) 11 

4. Byron Mouton vs. George Mason (W, 1 R, 3-1 5-01 ) . 9 

Joe Smith vs.Saint Louis (MW,lR,3-17-94) 9 

Len Bias vs. UNLV(W,2R 3-16-86) 9 

Career - Free Throws Attempted 

1. Lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 63 

2. Keith Booth (94,95,96,97) 48 
Adrian Branch (83,84,85) 48 

4. Joe Smith (94, 95) 45 

Series - Free Throws Attempted 

1 . Lonny Baxter (01 ) 35 

2. Keith Booth (94) 28 

3. Joe Smith (94) 25 

Tom Young (58) 25 






Game - Free Throws Att. 

1. JoeSmithvs.Texas(W,2R,3-18-95) 16 

2. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine (W, 1 R, 3-14-86) 14 

3. LonnyB3xtervs.Georgetown(W,RSF,3-22-01) .13 

4. Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 12 

Career - Free Throw Pet. (min. 12 att.) 

1. Len Bias (83,84,85,86) 864(38of44) 

John Lucas (73, 75) 864(19of22) 

3. Drew Nicholas (00, 01) 846(11 ofl3) 

4. Danny Miller (99,00,01) 800(12ofl5) 

Series - Free Throw Pet. (min. 10 att.) 

1. Rudy Archer (88) 929(13of14) 

2. Steve Sheppard (75) 917(11ofl2) 

3. Len Bias (86) 913 (21 of 23) 

4. Byron Mouton (01) 901(10ofll) 

Game - Free Throw Pet. (min. 7 att.) 

1 . Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 

(W,1R,3-15-01) 1.000(9of9) 

Len Bias vs. UNLV(W,2R, 3-16-86) . 1.000 (9of19) 
John Lucas vs. Notre Dame 

(MW.RSF, 3-20-75) 1.000 (8of8) 

Juan Dixon vs. George Mason 

(W,1R,3-15-01) 1.000 (7 of7) 

5. Rudy Archer vs.UC Santa Barbara 

(SE, IR, 3-18-88) 919 (11 of 12) 

* len f /more shot U-fot-U from the free throw line in the 
champiomhip game of the 1972 NIT. 

Career - Rebounds 

1. Lonny Baxter (99,00,01) 86 (8.6) 

2. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 85(6.5) 

3. Joe Smith (94, 95) 73 (12.2) 

4. Keith Booth (94, 95, 96, 97) 68 (8.5) 

Series - Rebounds 

1. Lonny Baxter (01) 50 (10.0) 

2. Joe Smith (95) 39(13.0) 

3. Terence Morris (01) 38(7.6) 

4. Keith Booth (95) 37(12.3) 

Single Game - Rebounds 

1. JoeSmithvs.Texas(W,2R,3-18-95) 21 

2. Tom Roy vs. Louisville (MW,RF, 3-22-75) 20 

3. BuckWilliamsvs.UT-Chattanooga 

(ME,1R, 3-12-81) 16 



4. Keith Boothvs.Gonzaga(W,1R,3-16-95) 15 

Joe Smith vs.Saim Louis (MW, IR, 3-17-94) 15 

Buck Williams vs. Georgetown (E, RSF, 3-14-80) .. 15 

Career - Rebounding Average 

1. Buck Williams (80,81) 12.5 (50) 

2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 12.2(73) 

3. Ernest Graham (80,81) 8.8 (35) 

4. LonnyBaxter(99,00,01) 8.6(86) 

Series - Rebounding Average 

1. Joe Smith (95) 13.0 (39) 

Buck Williams (81) 13.0(26) 

3. Keith Booth (95) 12.3 (37) 

4. Buck Williams (80) 12.0(24) 

Len Elmore (73) 12.0 (24) 

Career - Assists 

1. Keith Gatlin (84,85,86,88) 69(7.7) 

2. Terrell Stokes (96,97,98,99) 39(4.9) 

3. Steve Blake (00,01) 38 (5.4) 

Duane Simpkins (94, 95, 96) 38(5.4) 

Series - Assists 

1. Steve Blake (01) 30(6.0) 

2. Keith Gatlin (85) 24 (8.0) 

3. Duane Simpkins (94) 22 (7.3) 

Single Game - Assists 

1. Keith Gatlin vs.Navy (SE,2R, 3-17-85) 12 

2. Duane Simpkins vs. Saint Louis 

(MW,1R, 3-1 7-94) 11 

3. Johnny Rhodes vs. Massachusetts 

(MW,2R, 3-19-94) 10 

Keith Gatlin vs.Miami-0H(SE,1R, 3-15-95) 10 

Keith Gatlin vs. Illinois (ME, RSF, 3-22-84) 10 

Reggie Jackson vs.Tennessee (E,2R, 3-8-80) 10 

Career - Assists Average 

1. Keith Gatlin (84, 85, 86, 88) 7.7(69) 

2. SteveBlake(00,01) 5.4(38) 

Duane Simpkins (94, 95, 96) 5.4(38) 

4. Terrell Stokes (96,97,98,99) 4.9(39) 

Series - Assists Average 

1. Keith Gatlin (84) 8.5 (17) 

2. Keith Gatlin (85) 8.0 (24) 

3. Keith Gatlin (86) 7.5 (15) 

4. Duane Simpkins (94) 7.3 (22) 



Career - Bloeked Shots 

1. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 21 

2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 14 

Derrick Lewis (85,86) 14 

4. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01 ) 9 

5. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 86) 8 

Series - Bloeked Shots 

1. Terence Morris (01) 8 

Joe Smith (95) 8 

3. Terence Morris (99) 6 

Joe Smith (94) 6 

Derrick Lewis (86) 6 

Derrick Lewis (85) 6 

Game - Bloeked Shots 

1. Joe Smith vs.Texas(W,2R, 3-18-95) 7 

2. TerenceMorrisvs.Georgetown(W,RSF,3-22-01) 4 

Lonny Baxtervs.lona(MW,lR,3-16-00) 4 

Derrick Lewis vs. UNLV(W,2R, 3-16-86) 4 

Derrick Lewis vs.Miami-OH(SE,lR,3-15-85) 4 

Career - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon (99,00,01) 18 

2. Johnny Rhodes (94,95,96) 15 

3. Terence Morris (98,99,00,01) 14 

4. Danny Miller (99,00,01) ..11 

Keith Booth (94,95,96,97) 11 

Exree Hipp (94,95,96) 11 

Series - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 14 

2. Steve Francis (99) 7 

Johnny Rhodes (94) 7 

4. Terence Morris (99) 6 

Danny Miller (99) 6 

Jeff Adkins (85) 6 

Single Game - Steals 

1. JohnnyRhodesvs.SantaClara(W,lR,3-15-96).. 5 
Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,lR,3-18-89) 5 

3. JuanDixonvs.GeorgiaState(W,2R,3-17-01) 4 

SteveFrancisvs.Creighton(S,2R,3-13-99) 4 

Johnny Rhodes vs. Michigan (MW, RSF, 3-24-94) . 4 

Joe Smith vs.Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 4 

Albert King vs. Georgetown (E, RSF, 3-14-80) 4 



KRPNOTt: The only time that Maryland has gone to overtime in an NCAA Tournament game was in 1 985 against Miami-Ohio. The Terps won 69-68. 




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Team 



Largest Margin of Victory 

25vs.WestVirginia(102-77),3-17-84; 
25 vs. Boston College (88-63), 3-1 1-58 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

35 vs. UCLA (105-70), 3-18-00; vs. Indiana (99-64), 3-14-81 

Overtime Periods 

1- Maryland def.Miami-0H,69-68,3-15-85 

Points 

Series High-409 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 102 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 

Single Game Low- 43 vs.Villanova, 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 90.0 in 1973 (180 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 5 1 .0 in 1 983 ( 1 02 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Series High- 145 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 40 vs. Providence, 3-1 7-73 

Single Game Low- 16 vs. Manhattan, 3-15-58 

Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 299 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 83 vs. Connecticut, 3-23-95 

Single Game Low- 39 vs. Houston, 3- 1 9-83 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .583 in 1980 (67 of 1 15,2 games) 

Series Low- .398 in 1958 (68 of 171,3 games) 

Single Game High- .667 vs. West Virginia (36 of 54), 3-17-84 

Single Game Low- .271 vs.Mantiattan (16 of 59),3-15-58 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 22 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 11 vs.Ari2ona,3-19-98 
Single Game Low vs.Texas, 3-18-95 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 60 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 29 vs. Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 5 vs.Texas, 3-18-95; vs.Saint Louis, 3-17-94 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .410 in 1988 (16 of 39,2 games) 

Series Low- .262 in 1995 (11 of 42,3 games) 

Single Game High- .800 vs. Massachusetts (8 of 10),3-19-94 

Single Game Low- .000 vs.Texas (0 of 5), 3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series High- 97 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 30 vs. West Virginia, 3-1 7-84 

Single Game Low- 4 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 

Free Throws Attempted 

SeriesHigh-134in2001(5games) 

Single Game High- 42 vs. Boston College, 3-1 1-58 

Single Game Low- 6 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 



RECORDS 




Free Throw Pet. 

Scries High- .824 in 1985 (28 of 34, 3 games) 
Series Low- .588 in 1983 (20of 34,2 games);in 1980 (20of 34,2games) 
Single Game High- .917 vs. Miami-OH (1 1 of 12), 3-15-85 
Single Game Low .455 vs.Santa Clara (10 of 22), 3-15-96 

Rebounds 

Series High- 205 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 54 vs. Boston College, 3-11 -58 
Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentucky, 3-20-88;vs.Navy,3-17-85;vs.Hous- 
ton, 3-19-83 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 48.3 in 1995 (145 in 3 games) 
Series Low- 25.0 in 1988 (50 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 108 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 31 vs.Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 1 1 vs. Illinois, 3-14-98 

Assists 

Series High- 72 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 23 vs. Utah State, 3- 1 2-98 

Single Game Low- 7 vs. Houston, 3-1 9-83 

Blocked Shots 

Series High- 19 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 8 vs. Miami-OH, 3-15-85 

Single Game low- vs. several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 37 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 13 vs.Santa Clara,3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 1 vs. Houston, 3-19-83; vs. Notre Dame, 3-20-75 

Opponent Team Records 

Points 

Series High- 374 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 105 by UCLA, 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 46 by Villanova, 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 89.0 in 1973 (178 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 55.5 in 1983 (1 1 1 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Series High- 121 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 43 by Providence, 3-1 7-83 

Single Game Low- 17 by Villanova, 3-22-85; by Boston College,3-l 1-58 

Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 306 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 74 by Connecticut, 3-23-95 

Single Game Low- 39 by Houston, 3-19-83 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .570 in 1973 (77 of 1 35, 2 games) 
Series Low- .343 in 1958 (68 of 198,3 games) 
Single Game High- .651 by Indiana (41 of 63), 3-14-81 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College (17 of 70), 3-1 1-58 



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3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 34 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High 14 by UCLA,3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 3 by Utah State,3-12-98; by Texas,3-18-95;by Mas- 
sachusens, 3-19-94 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 116 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 32 by Creighton,3-13-99 
Single Game Low- 9 by Kentucky, 3-20-88 

3-PointField Goal Pet. 

Series High- .51 7 in 1988 (15 of 29, 2 games) 
Series Low- .250 in 1995 (1 5 of 60, 3 games) 
Single Game High- .560 by UCLA (14 of 25), 3-18-00 
Single Game Low-. 143 by Texas (3 of 21),3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series High- 98 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High 34 by Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 4 by Illinois, 3-14-98 

Free Throws Attempted 

Series High- 137 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 41 by Santa Clara, 3-1 5-96 

Single Game Low- 6 by Illinois, 3-14-98 

Free Throw Pet. 

Series High- .903 in 1 981 (28 of 31 , 2 games) 

Series Low- .463 in 1983 (19 of 41,2 games) 

Single Game High- 1 .000 by UT-Chattanooga (1 1 of 1 1 ), 3-12-81 

Single Game Low- .333 by Temple (7 of 21), 3-14-58 

Rebounds 

Series High- 174 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High 46 by Temple, 3-14-58 

Single Game Low- 23 by Saint Louis, 3-17-94; by Syracuse, 3-15-73 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 43.0 in 1 958 (1 29 in 3 games) 
Series Low- 29.0 in 1984 (58 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 1 16 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 28 by Georgetown, 3-22-01 

Single Game Low- 9 by Indiana, 3-14-81 

Assists 

Series High- 57 in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 28 by UCLA, 3- 1 8-00 
Single Game Low- 5 by Texas, 3- 1 8-95 

Blocked Shots 

Series High- 23 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 8 by St. John's, 3-18-99; by Arizona, 3-19-98 

Single Game Low- by several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 34 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 14 by Creighton, 3-13-99 

Single Game Low- by Notre Dame, 3-20-75 



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Ail-Time Roster In NCAA Tournament Games Players On NCAA All-Tournament Teams 

fcery feTOp/n tflafv to have appeared in an NCAA loumament gome since 1958 (G-CS: Years) . 

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Jeff Adkins (7-7; 83, 84, 85) Al''f « Ki"9 C"": 8". 81 ) 

Rudy Archer (2-2;88) 



EarlBadu(l-0;00) 
Taylor Baldwin (3-0; 80,81) 
Jeff Baxter (9-2;83,84,85,86) 
Lonny Baxter (10-10; 99,00,01) 
Jerry Bechtle (2-0; 58) 
ten Bias (9-9; 83, 84, 85, 86) 
Steve Blal<e(7-7;00,01) 
BobBodell(2-2;73) 
KeithBootli(8-8;94,95,96,97) 
NickBosnic(3-0;94) 
John Boyle (1-0; 75) 
Adrian Branch (7-7;83,84,85) 
Wayne Bristol (6-0; 94, 95) 
Darrell Brown (2-0; 73) 
Owen Brown (5-3; 73, 75) 
AIBunge(3-3;58) 

c 

LaRon Cephas (5-0; 98, 99, 00) 
Ben Coleman (4-4;83,84) 



GeneDanko(3-0;58) 
Brad Davis (3-3; 75) 
Nick Davis (3-3; 58) 
DaveDickerson(3-0;86, 
Juan Dixon (10-7;99,00, 
Chuck Dtiesell (1-0; 84) 



ObinnaEkezie(5-5;96,97,98) 
Rodney Elliott (7-4; 95, 96, 97,! 
Len Elmore (2-2; 73) 



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Ed farmer (2-l;83) 
Norman Fields (3-0; 96, 99) 
MarkFothergill(4-l;83-84) 
Steve Francis (3-3; 99) 



KeithGatlin(9-7;84,85,86,88 
ErnestGraham (4-4:80,81) 

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Billy Hahn (4-0; 73, 75) 
Matt Hahn (2-0:99,00) 
JimHalleck(3-0;58) 
Exree Hipp (7-7:94,95,96) 
Pete Holbert (1-0:84) 
TahjHolden (7-1:00,01) 
Steve Hood (2-0:88) 
Maurice Howard (5-0; 73, 75) 



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Reggie Jackson (4-4; 80, 81) 
['#*«, Sarunas Jasikevicius (7-3; 95, 96, 97, ! 
v'C J<'li")oti"5on(l-0:86) 
^.'aV' Tom Jones (5-0; 85, 86) 
i&J'DonnyJudd (3-0:94,95) 




Matt Kovarik (9-0:94,95,97,! 
PeteKrukar(l-0;58) 



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Derrick Lewis (7-7:85,86,88) 
Terry Long (7-2:84,85,86) 
John Lucas (5-5:73,75) 
Mario Lucas (7-0; 94, 95, 96) 



Greg Manning (4-4:80,81) 

Mike Mardesich (13-0:98,99,00,01) 

Tony Massenburg (2-2:88) 

Calvin McCall (2-0:00) 

Teyon McCoy (2-0:88) 

TomMcMillen(2-2;73) 

Charles McNeill (3-3; 58) 

Danny Miller (9-1:99,00,01) 

Perry Moore (2-0; 58) 

Dutch Morley (4-0:80,81) 

Terence Morris (13-10:98,99,00,01) 

Byron Mouton (5-0:01) 

Bill Murphy (2-0:58) 



JohnNacincik(3-3;58) 
JohnNewsome(l-0;75) 
Drew Nicholas (7-0:00,01) 



Jim O'Brien (2-2:73) 



Chris Patton (3-0; 75) 

Charles Pittman (2-0; 81) 

RichPorac(l-0:73) 

Laron Profit (8-7:96,97,98,99) 



MattRaydo(4-0;94,95,96) 
Johnny Rhodes (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 
Steve Rivers (4-0:81,83) 
Tom Roy (5-3:73,75) 



Steve Sheppard (3-3; 75) 
KurtisShultz (3-0:94,95) 
DuaneSimpkins(7-7;94,95,96) 
Joe Smith (6-6; 94, 95) 
Terrell Stokes (8-7:96,97,98,99) 

V 

Herman Veal(2-2: 84) 

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Rodney Walker (1-0:88) 
Brian Watkins (2-0; 99) 
JulianWeingarten(l-0;58) 
Howard White (2-0; 73) 
Chris Wilcox (5-0:01) 
Brian Williams (2-2:88) 
Buck Williams (4-4:80,81) 

Y 

Tom Young (3-3; 58) 




Z001- West Region 2001- West Region 

Most Outstanding Player 



1985- Southeast Region 




1975- Midwest Region 197}- East Region 



Nick Davis 
1958- East Region 



NCAA Tournament Starting Lineups 

Year Lineup 

958 F Charles McNeil, F John Nacincik, C Al Bunge, 6 Nick Davis, G Tom Young 

973 F Jim O'Brien, F Len Elmore, C Tom McMillen, G John Lucas, G Bob Bodell 

975 F Steve Sheppard, F Owen Brown, C Tom Roy, G John Lucas, G Brad Davis 

980 F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

981 F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

983 F Len Bias, F Ed Farmer, F Mark Fothergill, C Ben Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

984 F Len Bias, f Herman Veal, C Ben Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

985 F Len Bias, G/F Adrian Branch, F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Adkins 

986 F Len Bias, F/C Derrick Lewis, C Terry Long, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Baxter 

988 FTony Massenburg, F Derrick Lewis, C Brian Williams, G Keith Gatlin, G Rudy Archer 

994 F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, 6 Ouane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

995 F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

996 F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, C Obinna Ekezie, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

997 F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Keith Booth 

998 F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Sarunas Jasikevicius 

999 F Laron Profit, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Terrell Stokes, G Steve Francis 

2000 F Danny Miller, F Tahj Holden, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

2001 F Byron Mouton, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 



I[RPNOT£: Ninety-four (94) different Maryland players have appeared in NCAA Tournament action since the Terps' first bid in 1 958. 




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learns of Tradition 

195/-58 

Record: 22-7 H:10-l A: 6-4 N: 6-2 
A(C: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place 
Ranl(ings:APNo.6,UPINo.6 



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Record: 23-7 H:13-1 A: 7-4 N: 3-2 
ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight 
Rankings: APNo.8,UPINo.10 



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Record: 23-7 H:13-l A: 7-4 N: 3-2 

ACC: 10-2, 1st place, ACC Regular Season champion 

Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight 

Rankinqs:APNo.5,UPINo.5 




Team Roster 

No. Name 

22 Bill Murphy 

25 GeneDanko 

30 Tom Young 

32 Nick Davis 

33 JohnNacincik 

34 Pete Krukar 

35 Jerry Bechtle 
40 Julian "Doc"Weingarten Jr. 

43 Bob McDonald So 

44 JimHalleck 

45 Perry Moore 
50 Charles McNeil 

53 Jerry Shanahan 

54 Al Bunge 



Jr. 
Sr 
So. 
So. 
So. 
Head Coach: H.A."Bud"Millikan 



Pos. Ht. m. Hometown 

F 6-3 180 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

G 6-2 180 McKeesport.Pa. 

G 6-1 170 Natrona Heights, Pa. 

F 6-2 185 Rankin.Pa. 

F 6-3 175 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

G 6-1 175 Ford City, Pa. 

F 6-2 195 Elizabeth, N.J. 

F 6-4 190 Washington, D.C. 

F-C 6-7 190 Lansdowne,Pa. 

F 6-0 195 Elizabeth, N.J. 

C 6-4 205 Belpre,Ohio 

C-F 6-6 180 Pennsgrove,N.J. 

F 6-2 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

C 6-9 215 Palmyra,N.J. 
Assistant Coaches: Bob Ladd 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Charles McNeil 
Nick Davis 
Al Bunge 
John Nacincik 
Tom Young 
Gene Danko 
Jim Halleck 
Jerry Bechtle 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

10 RichPorac 

13 Howard White 

14 Donald White 

15 John Lucas 

21 Billy Hahn 

22 JapTrimple 

23 Varick Cutler 

24 Maurice Hoviiard 
33 Darrell Brown 
35 Bob Bodell 

41 ten Elmore 

42 Owen Brown 

44 Jim O'Brien 

45 Tom Roy 
54 TomMcMillen Jr. C 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Jim Moloney, Joe 



Yr. Pos. 

Jr. G 

Sr. 6 
G 
G 
G 
G 
F 
G 



Ht. m. 

6-0 178 



So. 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Sr. F 
Sr. G 
Jr. F-C 
So. F-C 



So. 



Hometown 

Monroeville,Pa. 
Hampton, Va. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Durham, N.C. 
Mishawaka,lnd. 
New York, N.Y. 
North Tanawanda, N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Springfield Gardens,N.Y 
La Grange, III. 
Falls Church, Va. 
South Windsor, Conn. 
Mansfield, Pa. 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

5 John Boyle 

10 Steve Sheppard 

12 Mike Brashears 

13 James Jones 
15 John Lucas 

20 John Newsome 

21 Billy Hahn 

22 Mike Cherry 
24 Maurice Howard 
30 Brad Davis 
42 Owen Brown 

44 Chris Patton 

45 Tom Roy 
Head Coach: Charles"Lefty"Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Joe Harrington, Dave Pritchett, 



Pos. Ht. m. 

F 6-7 210 

F 6-6 210 

6 6-1 170 

G 6-4 205 

G 6-4 170 

F 6-6 195 

G 5-11 150 

F 6-5 190 

G 6-3 170 

G 6-3 180 

F-C 6-8 205 



210 



Hometown 

Hyansville,Md. 
New York, N.Y 
Hagerstown,Md. 
Seat Pleasant, Md. 
Durham, N.C. 
Norfolk, Va. 
MIshawaka, Ind. 
Elm City, N.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Monaca,Pa. 
LaGrange,lll. 
Bessemer, Ala. 
South Windsor, Conn. 

Howard White 



Harrington, Tim Autry 



Season Statistics 



GP F6% 

29 .442 

29 .463 

29 .402 

28 .360 

23 .388 

28 .407 

23 .457 

26 .416 



fr^Ke^A^. Asst. Pt.-Avg ^,,,„„^^,^i,^i,, 



J Julian"Doc"Weingarten19 .517 



Bill Murphy 
Jerry Shanahan 
Pete Krukar 
Perry Moore 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



20 .312 

16 .706 

19 .400 

24 .136 

29 .416 

29 .352 



.762 202 

.761 75-2.6 

.542 265-9.1 

.735 151-5.4 

.740 120-5.2 

.762 48-1.7 

.672 64-2.8 

.429 47-1.8 

.775 38-2.0 

.774 43-2.2 

.575 11 -.7 

.900 9-.5 

.636 31-1.3 

.688 1175-40.5 

.676 1031-35.6 



401-13.8 

— 372-12.8 

— 297-10.2 

— 246-8.9 

— 224-9.8 

— 122-4.4 

— 85-3.7 

— 82-3.2 

— 61-3.2 

— 54-2.7 

— 39-2.6 

— 17-0.9 

— 13-0.5 

— 2004-69.1 

— 1671-57.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Virginia, 70-66 
Semifinals - defeated Duke, 71-65 (OT) 
Championship - defeated North Carolina, 86-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - defeated Boston College, 86-63 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Temple, 7 1 -67 

East Region Consolation - defeated Manhattan, 59-55 



Name 


GP 


FG% 


FT% Reb.Avg. 


Asst. 


Pts.Avg 


Tom McMillen 


29 


.585 


.800 


284-9.8 


28 


616-21.2 


Jim O'Brien 


30 


.555 


.844 


144-4.8 


67 


498-16.6 


John Lucas 


30 


.538 


.703 


83-2.8 


178 


425-14.2 


Len Elmore 


26 


.469 


.607 


290-11.2 


35 


261-10.0 


Bob Bodell 


30 


.503 


.820 


80-2.6 


121 


238-7.9 


Darrell Brown 


27 


.508 


.684 


77-2.9 


44 


147-5.4 


Tom Roy 


29 


.517 


.529 


113-3.9 


8 


128-4.4 


Owen Brown 


30 


.419 


.643 


72-2.4 


17 


122-4.1 


Maurice Howard 


29 


.404 


.579 


19-1.5 


25 


81-2.8 


Rich Porac 


24 


.483 


.529 


7-2.9 


23 


37-1.5 


Howard White 


19 


.405 


.750 


14-.7 


7 


36-2.0 


Don White 


14 


.455 


.500 


5-.4 


1 


12-0.9 


Billy Hahn 


16 


.714 


.000 


0-0 


1 


10-0.6 


Maryland Totals 


30 


.520 


.718 1367-45.4 


557 2613-87.1 


Opponent Totals 


30 


.468 


.686 1043-34.8 


363 2226-74.2 



Name 

John Lucas 
Owen Brown 
Steve Sheppard 
Maurice Howard 
Brad Davis 
Tom Roy 
Chris Patton 
John Newsome 
Billy Hahn 
John Boyle 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



6P FG% 

24 .549 

29 .513 

29 .519 

29 .565 

29 .580 

29 .606 

19 .531 

23 .487 

22 .561 

18 .333 

29 .547 

29 .441 



FT% Reb.-Avg. Asst. 

.836 100-4.2 91 

.829 206-7.8 31 

.712 217-7.5 25 

.727 77-2.7 65 

.820 95-3.3 134 

.686 321-11.1 30 

,733 54-2.8 3 

.778 49-2.1 3 

.546 15-.7 30 

.400 13-.7 

.757 1261-43.5 

.694 999-34.5 



Pts.-Avg 

469-19.5 

431-14.9 

416-14.3 

388-13.4 

364-12.6 

320-11.0 

90-4.7 

59-2.6 

58-2.6 



413 2607-89.9 
355 2163-74.6 




ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson, 77-61 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest, 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC State, 76-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse,91 -75 

East Region Final - lost to Providence, 1 03-89 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to NC State, 87-85 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated Creighton, 83-79 
Midttfest Region Semifinal - defeated Notre Dame, 83-71 
Midwest Region Final - lost to Louisville, 96-82 



T[RPNOTE: Len Elmore, John Lucas and Tom McMillen led a 1 973 Maryland team into the NCAA Tournament, even though it fell to NC State in the ACC Tournament championship game. 




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EIGHT CONSCCUTIVe NCAA TOURNAHCNT5 



200I FINAL FOUR 



Teams of Tradition 

19/9-80 

Record: 24-7 H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N:4-3 
A((: 11-3, ACC Regular Season champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 8, UP! No. 




81 



Record: 21-10 H:12-3 A:5-5 N:4-2 
A((: 8-6, 4th place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankinqs:APNo.l8,UPINo.ll 



mm 



Record: 20-10 H: 14-3 A:5-4 N: 1-3 
ACC: 8-6, 3rd place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




'1& 



Team Roster 

No. Nome 

10 Greg Manning Jr. 

15 Reggie Jackson So. 

21 Greg "Dutch" Morley So. 



Yr. Pos. 

Jr. G 
G 
G 



22 Mark fothergill Fr. F 

23 David Henderson Jr. C 
25 Ernest Graham Jr. F 

41 Jon Robinson Fr. G 

42 Herman Veal Fr. F 
50 JohnBilney Sr. C-F 
52 Charles'Buck'Williams So. C-F 

54 Taylor Baldwin So. C 

55 Albert King Jr. F 
Head Coach: Charles'Lefty" Drieseli 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco, 



Ht. Wt. 

6-1 170 

6-4 210 

6-2 170 

6-9 220 

6-9 215 

6-7 215 

6-4 184 

6-6 200 

6-8 220 

6-8 215 

6-10 225 

6-6 190 



Hometown 

Highspire.Pa. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Hyattsviiie.Md. 
Somerset, Ky. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Gastonia,N.C. 
Jackson, Miss. 
WoodcliffLake,N.J. 
Rocky Mount. N.C. 
Greenwich, Conn. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



John Kockan, Sherman Dillard 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Albert King 
Ernest Graham 
Greg Manning 
Buck Williams 
Reggie Jackson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Dutch Morley 
Mark Fothergill 
Jon Robinson 
John Bilney 
David Henderson 



6/> F6% 

31-31 .553 

31-30 .501 

30-29 .643 

24-23 .606 

31-20 .429 

31-8 .657 

31-14 .453 

15-0 .518 

14-0 .333 

14-1 .450 

16-0 .600 



FT% Reb.-Avg. Asst. 

.821 207-6.7 86 

.658 230-7.4 136 

.908 47-1.6 65 

.664 242-10.1 27 

.611 65-2.1 88 

.652 82-2.7 11 

.792 51-1.7 

.538 20-1.3 

.750 2-01 

.462 38-2.7 



124 



1-1.1 



Pts.-Avg 

674-21.7 

483-15.6 

471-15.7 

371-15.5 

158-5.1 

122-3.9 

96-3.1 

35-2.3 

31-2.2 

24-1.7 

16-1.0 



Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



31 .551 .724 1089-35.1 558 2481-80.0 
31 .474 .700 1000-32.3 476 2226-71.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 51-49 (OT) 
Semifinals - defeated Clemson, 91 -85 
Finals -lost to Duke, 73-72 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Second Round - defeated Tennessee, 86-75 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Georgetown, 74-68 



Yr. Pos. 

Sr. G 

Fr. G 

G 

G 



Jr. 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

10 Greg Manning 

14 Steve Rivers 

15 Reggie Jackson 

21 Greg "Dutch" Morley Jr. 

22 Mark Fothergill So. 
25 Ernest Graham 

32 Charles Pittman 

33 Pete Holbert 

41 Jon Robinson 

42 Herman Veal Fr. F 
52 Charles"Buck°Williams Jr. C-F 

54 Taylor Baldwin Jr C 

55 Albert King Sr. F 
Head Coach: Charles'Lefty" Drieseli 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco, 



Sr. G-F 

Jr. F 

Fr F 

So. G 



Ht. m. 

6-1 173 



6-2 170 

6-9 220 

6-7 207 

6-8 215 

6-6 190 

6-4 185 

6-6 200 

6-8 215 

6-10 219 

6-6 190 



Hometown 

Highspire, Pa. 
Brackville,N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hyattsville,Md. 
Somerset, Ky 
Baltimore, Md. 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 
Fairfax, Va. 
Gastonia, N.C. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 
Greenwich, Conn. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



John Kockan, Sherman Dillard 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Albert King 
Buck Williams 
Ernest Graham 
Greg Manning 
Charles Pittman 
Reggie Jackson 
Dutch Morley 
Steve Rivers 
Herman Veal 
Pete Holbert 
Jon Robinson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GP FC% 

31-31 .502 

31-31 .647 

31-31 .514 

31-31 .558 

31-2 .670 

31-23 .353 

30-7 .548 

24-0 .404 

16-0 .353 

12-0 .240 

9-0 .529 

9-0 .667 

31 .532 

31 .473 



FT% Reb.-Avg. 

.812 177-5.7 
.637 363-11.7 
.727 176-5.7 



.821 
.640 



41-1.3 
115-3.7 
.750 45-1.5 
.790 40-1.3 
.917 10-0.4 
.591 31-1.9 
.667 15-1.3 
.167 7-0.8 
.750 11-1,2 
.720 1095-35.3 
.698 954-30.8 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

92 559-18.0 

31 482-15.6 

120 448-14.5 

85 422-13.6 

13 158-5.1 

60 93-3.0 

84 61-2.0 

19 53-2.2 

4 25-1.6 

1 22-1.8 

3 19-2.1 

1 11-1.6 

503 2353-75.9 

454 2164-69.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 56-53 
Semifinals - defeated Virginia. 85-62 
Finals - lost to North Carolina, 61 -60 

KCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - defeated Tenn. Chattanooga, 81-69 
Mideast Region Second Round - lost to Indiana, 99-64 



Team Roster 

iVo. Name 

10 JeffAdkins 

11 Chuck Drieseli 

12 Jeff Baxter 
14 Steve Rivers 
20 Ed Farmer 

22 Mark Fothergill 

24 Adrian Branch 

31 Bryan Palmer 

33 Pete Holbert 

34 Len Bias 

42 Herman Veal 

52 Greg Stevens 

54 Ben Coleman 



Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


So. 




6-5 


So. 




6-2 


Fr. 




6-1 


Jr. 
Fr. 
Jr 




6-3 
6-8 
6-9 


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


F-G 
C-F 


6-8 
6-10 
6-6 
6-8 
6-6 
7-2 
6-9 



Hometown 

Martinsville, Va. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Washington, DC. 
Uniondale,N.Y 
Wilson, N.C. 
Somerset, Ky. 
Largo, Md. 

Susquehannock,Md. 
Annandale.Va. 
Landover, Md. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Stow, Ohio 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Head Coach: Charles"Lefty"Driesell 

Assistant Coaches: John Kochan, Sherman Dillard, Mel Cartwright 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Adrian Branch 
Ben Coleman 
JeffAdkins 
Len Bias 
Mark Fothergill 
Herman Veal 
Steve Rivers 
Jeff Baxter 
Ed Farmer 
Pete Holbert 
Chuck Drieseli 
Bryan Palmer 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



6P F6% 

29-29 .469 

30-30 .571 

30-30 .468 

30-13 .478 

30-23 .557 

26-19 .479 

25-5 .556 

30-0 .417 

20-1 .408 

20-0 .222 

17-0 .333 

12-0 ,000 

30 .490 

30 .453 



FT% Reb.-A¥g. 

,715 150-5.2 

,652 242-8.1 

.648 80-2.7 

.636 125-4.2 

.758 112-3.7 

.762 179-6.9 

.313 21-08 

.794 20-0.7 

.636 44-2.2 

.826 11-0.6 

.571 5-0.3 

,250 15-1,3 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

95 541-18.7 

32 454-15.1 

121 297-9.9 



.6851098-36.6 
.6701022-34.1 



22 214-7.1 
19 187-6.2 
18 176-6.8 
22 137-5.5 
33 103-3.4 

3 54-2.7 

4 33-1.7 

5 21-1.3 
1 2-0.2 

375 2222-74.1 
385 2141-71.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-58 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated Tenn. Chattanooga, 52-51 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to Houston, 60-50 



H 
O 

155 



I[RPNOT£: The Terps of 1980 were led by Greg Mar^ning, Albert Kmg, Buck Williams and Ernest Graham. Maryland won the ACC regular season championship and advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. 






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EIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAHCMTS • ZOOI FINAL FOUR 



Teams of Tradition 



%]-iit 1984-85 



Record:24-8H:13-2 A:6-4N:5-2 
A(C: 9-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 11, UP! No. 10 



Record: 25-12 H:14-2 A: 7-6 N:4- 
ACC: 8-6,4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: None 



1985-86 



Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A:6-7 N:3-2 
ACC: 6-8, 6th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




IS6 



Team Roster 












Team Roster 












Team Roster 












No. Name 




Yr. Pas. m. m. 


Hometown 


No. 


Name 




Yr. 


'OS. m. 


IVf. 


Hometown 


No. 


Name 




Yr. 


'OS. Ht. 


IVf. 


Hometown 


i Keith Gatlin 




Fr. 


G 6 


5 165 


Grimesland,N,C, 


3 


Keith Gatlin 




So. 


G 6-5 


165 


Grimesland, N,C, 


3 


Keith Gatlin 




Jr. 


G 6-5 


165 


Grimesland, N.C. 


10 JeffAdkins 




Jr. 


G 6 


5 185 


Martinsville.Va, 


10 


JeffAdkins 




Sr. 


G 6-5 


185 


Martinsville.Va. 


12 


Jeff Baxter 




Sr. 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, D.C. 


11 Charles "Chuck" DriesellJr. 


G 6 


2 170 


Silver Spring, Md. 


11 


Charles "Chuck" Driesell Sr. 


G 6-2 


170 


Silver Spring, Md, 


21 


John Johnson 




Fr. 


G 6-4 


170 


Knoxville.Tenn. 


12 Jeff Baxter 




So. 


G 6 


1 165 


Washington, D.C. 


12 


Jeff Baxter 




Jr. 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, D,C, 


23 


Dave Dickerson 


Fr, 


F 6-6 


200 


Olar.S.C. 


14 Steve Rivers 




Sr, 


G 6 


3 170 


Uniondale.N.Y. 


22 


Walter Lancaster 


Fr. 


G 6-4 


180 


Lanham,Md, 


25 


Tony Massenburg 


Fr, 


F 6-8 


215 


Sussex, Va. 


22 Mark fothergi 




Sr. 


F 6 


9 220 


Somerset, Ky. 


24 


Adrian Branch 




Sr. 


G-F 6-8 


185 


Largo, Md. 


31 


Bryan Palmer 




Jr, 


C 6-10 


205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


24 Adrian Branch 




Jr 


F 6 


8 185 


Largo, Md. 


31 


Bryan Palmer 




So. 


C 6-10 


205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 


Terry Long 




Jr, 


C-F 6-8 


240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


31 Bryan Palmer 




So. 


C 6- 


10 205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 


Terry Long 




So. 


C-F 6-8 


240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


33 


Derrick Lewis 




So, 


F 6-7 


195 


Temple Hills, Md. 


32 Terry Long 




fr. 


F 6 


8 240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


33 


Derrick Lewis 




Fr. 


F 6-7 


195 


Temple Hills, Md. 


34 


Len Bias 




Sr, 


F 6-8 


195 


Landover.Md. 


33 PeteHolbert 




Sr. 


F 6 


6 190 


■airfax.Va. 


34 


Len Bias 




Jr. 


F 6-8 


195 


.andover.Md. 


40 


David Gregg 




Fr, 


F 6-9 


190 


Hyattsville.Md. 


34 Len Bias 




So. 


F 6 


8 195 


Landover.Md. 


41 


Tom Jones 




Jr. 


F 6-6 


205 


Oak Hill,W.Va. 


41 


Tom Jones 




Sr. 


F 6-6 


205 


Oak Hill, W.Va. 


42 Herman Veal 




Sr. 


F 6 


6 200 


Jackson, Miss. 


50 


Ed Woods 




Fr. 


F 6-7 


210 


Rockville,Md. 


50 


PhilNevin 




Fr. 


C 6-11 


250 


Vandergritt,Pa. 


54 Ben Coleman 




Sr. 


C 6 


9 220 


Minneapolis, Minn, 


Head Coach: Charles"Lefty"Driesell 






54 


ChristophWeisheit 


Fr. 


C 7-2 


210 


Cologne,W.Germany 


Head Coach; Charles"Lefty 


Driesell 






Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard, Mel Cartwright, Ron Bradley 


Head Coach: Charles "Lefty 


'Driesell 






Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard, Me 


Cartwrigh 


, Ron Bradley 
















Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley, Oliver Purnell, Bart Bellairs 














Season Statistics 
























Season Statistics 










Name 


6P 


FC% 


n% Reb.-Avg. 


>tsJt. Pts.-Avg 


Season Statistics 










Name 


6P 


re% 


FT% 


Reb.Avg 


>lsjt. Pts.Avg 


Len Bias 


37-37 


.530 


,777 


251-6.8 


65 701-19.0 


Name 


ep 


Fe% 


FT% Reb.Avg 


Asst. Pts.Avg 


Ben Coleman 


32-32 


.608 


.715 


269-8.4 


53 491-15,3 


Adrian Branch 


37-37 


.510 


,762 


182-4.9 


81 671-18.1 


Len Bias 


32-32 


.544 


.864 


224-7.C 


33 743-23.2 


Len Bias 


32-31 


.567 


.767 


145-4.5 


48 488-15.2 


Keith Gatlin 


37-35 


.514 


.862 


70-1.8 


221 306-8.3 


Keith Gatlin 


32-30 


.475 


.784 


86-2." 


204 326-10.2 


Adrian Branch 


28-25 


.479 


.752 


89-3.1 


75 363-13.0 


Tom Jones 


37-20 


.507 


.741 


155-4.2 


37 264-7.1 


Jeff Baxter 


32-30 


.478 


.703 


62-1.": 


101 303-9.5 


JeffAdkins 


32-31 


.538 


.673 


86-2.7 


119 304-9.4 


Derrick Lewis 


37-34 


.466 


.625 


241-6.5 


33 221-6.0 


Tom Jones 


33-9 


.551 


.617 


155-4." 


36 267-8.1 


Herman Veal 


32-28 


.554 


.733 


213-6.7 


57 268-8.4 


JeffAdkins 


37-14 


.456 


.711 


78-4.1 


68 193-5.2 


Derrick Lewis 


33-33 


.485 


.684 


222-6.7 


28 261-7.9 


Keith Gatlin 


32-9 


.487 


.761 


52-1.6 


148 198-6.2 


Jeff Baxter 


35-0 


.500 


.697 


26-0.7 


46 97-2.8 


John Johnson 


31-8 


.500 


.642 


29-0.<: 


35 181-5.8 


Mark Fothergill 


32-3 


.535 


.846 


64-2,0 


12 109-3.4 


Terry Long 


37-8 


.508 


.613 


69-1.9 


14 85-2.3 


Terry Long 


28-21 


.546 


.618 


87-3. 


16 91-3.3 


Terry Long 


27-0 


.542 


.515 


52-1,9 


10 55-2.0 


Chuck Driesell 


14-2 


.333 


.727 


8-0.6 


3 38-2.7 


Tony Massenburg 


29-8 


.500 


.563 


60-2. 


83-2.9 


Jeff Baxter 


21-0 


.393 


.733 


8-0.4 


46 48-2.3 


Bry 


n Palmer 


12-0 


.167 


.846 


10-0.8 


4 13-1.1 


Dave Dickerson 


15-0 


.440 


.769 


22-1.5 


7 32-2.1 


Chuck Driesell 


15-0 


.462 


.526 


8-0,4 


5 34-2.3 


Walter Lancaster 


7-0 


.500 


.000 


1-0.1 


3 10-1.4 


David Gregg 


15-1 


.588 


.474 


11-0.7 


2 29-1.9 


Pete Holbert 


14-0 


.421 


.833 


13-0,9 


4 21-1.5 


Ed Woods 


5-0 


.000 


.429 


3-0.4 


3-0.6 


Greg Nared 


7-0 


.375 


.000 


5-0.7 


3 6-0.9 


Steve Rivers 


6-0 


.429 


1.000 


1-0,2 


1 12-2.0 


Maryland Totals 


37 


.503 


.743 1184-32 


575 2602-70.3 


Maryland Totals 


33 


.510 


.729 1030-31.3 


465 2322-70.4 


Maryland Totals 


32 


.539 


.725 


1078-33.7 


548 2391-74.7 


Opponent Totals 


37 


.459 


.691 1222-33 


510 2404-65.0 


Opponent Totals 


33 


.480 


.730 1017-30.8 


457 2166-65.6 


Opponent Totals 


32 


.462 


.694 


996-31.1 


465 2151-67.2 































ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated N.C. State, 69-63 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest, 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke, 74-62 

NCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - bye 

Mideast Region Second Round - defeated West Virginia, 102-77 

Mideast Region Semifinal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Duke, 86-73 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated Miami-Ohio, 69-68 (OT) 
Southeast Region Second Round - defeated Navy, 64-59 
Southeast Region Semifinal - lost to Villanova, 46-43 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated North Carolina, 85-75 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-62 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Pepperdine,6! 
West Region Second Round - lost to UNLV, 70-64 




TEfiPNOTt: Current assistant coach Dave Dickerson was on tlie 1986 squad which fell to UNLV in the NCAA's second round. 



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EIGHT CONSCCUTIV£ NCAA TOURNAMCNTS 



Z O O I FINAL FOUR 




Teams of Tradition 



198J-88 1993-W I99V95 



Record: 18-13 H:8-4 A:6-7 N:4-2 
A((: 6-8, 5th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



Record: 18-12 H:10-3 A: 4-6 N: 4-3 
A((: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: USA Today/CNN No. 20 



Record: 26-8 H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N:6-4 
A((: 1 2-4, ACC Regular Season co-champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 10, USA Today/CNN No. 1 1 




Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Keith Gatlin 

5 Mitch Kasoff 

10 MarkKarver 

1 1 Teyon McCoy 

12 Rudy Archer 

21 John Johnson 

22 Greg Nared 

23 Dave Dickerson 

24 Brian Williams 

25 TonyMassenburg 
30 Rodney Walker 
33 Derrick Lewis 

43 Cedric Lewis 

44 Steve Hood 
Head Coach: Bob Wade 

Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley, Oliver 



Yr. Pos. 


HI. 


Sr, 6 


6-5 


So. G 


6-1 


So. F 


6-7 


So. G 


6-1 


Jr. G 


6-1 


Jr. G 


6-4 


Jr. G 


6-4 


Jr. F 


6-6 


Fr. C 


6-10 


So. F-C 


6-9 


Jr. F 


6-9 


Sr F 


6-7 


So. G-F 


6-6 



170 
175 
195 
170 
170 
170 
190 
200 
210 
230 
250 
195 
200 



Hometown 

Grimesland, N.C. 
Pikesvilie.Md, 
Keningston, Md. 
Hammond, Ind. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Knoxville,Tenn. 
Wilmington, Ohio 
Olar,S.C. 

Santa Monica, Calif. 
Sussex, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Temple Hills, Md. 
NewCarrollton.Md. 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Derrick Lewis 
Rudy Archer 
Brian Williams 
Keith Gatlin 
TonyMassenburg 
Steve Hood 
Teyon McCoy 
Dave Dickerson 
John Johnson 
Cedric Lewis 
Mark Karver 
Rodney Walker 
Mitch Kasoff 
Greg Nared 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



CP F6% 

31-31 .556 

31-31 .432 

29-29 .600 

21-10 .506 

23-16 .520 

29-12 .482 

31-8 ,486 

30-6 .472 

23-0 .444 

7-2 .313 

12-0 .313 

12-0 .417 

6-0 .400 

14-1 .182 

31 .504 

31 .482 



n% Reb.-Avg. 

.593 237-7.6 

.770 75-2.4 

.671 173-6.0 

.758 63-3.0 

.573 122-5.3 

.741 72-2.5 

.871 31-1.0 

.724 62-2.1 

.700 16-0.7 

.308 14-2.0 

.727 9-0.8 

.333 9-0.8 

.333 0-0.0 

.875 30.2 

.672 957-30.9 

.715 1010-32.6 



Asst. Pts.Avg 

71 466-15.0 

172 393-12.7 

22 363-12.5 

76 257-12.2 

10 233-10.1 
226-7.8 



55 



68 165-5.3 
30 135-4.5 
12 51-2.2 
1 14-2.0 
10 19-1.6 
1 12-1.0 
5-0.8 

8 11-0,8 
516 2350-75.8 
488 2227-71.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 84-67 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 74-64 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated UC Santa Barbara, 92-82 
Southeast Region Second Round - lost to Kentucky 70-64 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Man Raydo 

4 Exree Hipp 

10 DuaneSimpkins 

1 1 Matt Kovarik 

12 DonnyJudd 
15 JohnnyRhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

22 Keith Booth 
24 John Walsh 

30 NickBosnic 

31 Wayne Bristol 

32 Joe Smith 
55 KurtisShultz 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, 



F 6 

G 6 

G 6 

F 6 

G 6 

F 6 

F 6- 

F 6 

F-G 6- 
G 

F-C 6- 
F 



160 

3 183 

173 
5 179 
5 185 
5 205 
8 230 
5 220 
8 221 
7 197 

1 178 



Hometown 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Washington, DC. 
Ft.Washington.Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Forestville, Md. 
Washington, DC, 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Baltimore Md, 
Westlslip,N,Y, 
Uniontown,Pa, 
Beltsville,Md, 
Norfolk, Va, 
Randallstown, Md. 



Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Joe Smith 
Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 
DuaneSimpkins 
Keith Booth 
Mario Lucas 
Nick Bosnic 
Donny Judd 
Matt Kovarik 
Wayne Bristol 
Kurtis Shultz 
Matt Raydo 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GP F6% 

30-30 .522 

30-30 .472 

30-29 .419 

30-30 .485 

30-30 .454 

30-0 .391 

28-0 .413 

8-0 .417 

29-1 .421 

22-0 .379 

19-0 .294 

9-0 .000 

30 .457 

30 .432 



FT% Reb.-Avg. 

.734 321-10.7 

.688 120-4,0 

.623 203-6.8 

.784 77-2.6 

.584 183-6.1 

.585 107-3.6 

.706 41-1,5 



,667 6-0,8 

,792 33-1,1 

,632 17-0.8 

.333 11-0.6 

.429 3-0.3 

.682 1193-39.8 

.640 1148-38.3 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

25 582-19.4 

76 397-13.2 

122 374-12.5 

136 355-11.8 

65 324-10.8 

11 163-5.4 

24 82-2.9 

16-2.0 

31 53-1.8 

6 38-1.7 

4 12-0.6 

2 3-0.3 

502 2399-80.0 

448 2197-73.2 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Virginia, 69-63 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated St. Louis, 74-67 
Midwest Region Second Round - defeated Massachusetts, 95-87 
Midwest Region Semifinal - lost to Michigan, 78-71 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Matt Raydo 

4 Exree Hipp 

10 DuaneSimpkins 

11 Matt Kovarik 

12 DonnyJudd 

13 SarunasJasikevicius 
15 JohnnyRhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

22 Keith Booth 
25 Rodney Elliot 

31 Wayne Bristol 

32 Joe Smith 
55 KurtisShultz 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Art Perryjimmy Patsos 



Pas. H\ 

G 5 
F 6 
G 6 
G 
F 
G 
G 
F 
F 

F 6 
G 6 
F-C 6 
F 6 



m. 

160 
3 205 
) 172 
i 185 
i 185 

1 202 
t 205 



1 185 

221 

235 



Hometown 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Washington, DC. 
Ft. Washington, Md, 
Greensboro, N,C, 
Forestville, Md. 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Washington, D.C. 
Memphis, Tenn, 
Baltimore Md, 
Baltimore Md, 
Beltsville,Md, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Randallstown, Md. 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Joe Smith 
JohnnyRhodes 
Exree Hipp 
Keith Booth 
DuaneSimpkins 
Mario Lucas 
Wayne Bristol 



OP rm 

34-34 .578 

34-34 .525 

34-34 .514 

34-34 .455 

34-33 .445 

34-0 .420 

34-0 .465 



SarunasJasikevicius 29-0 .446 
DonnyJudd 10-0 .455 



KurtisShultz 
Rodney Elliott 
Matt Raydo 
Matt Kovarik 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



12-0 .636 

30-0 .500 

12-0 .445 

31-1 ,313 

34 .498 

34 .440 



n% Reb.-Avg. 

.741 362-10.7 
.694 179-5.3 
.656 141-4.2 
.695 247-7.3 
.841 72-2.1 
.577 125-3.7 
.636 40-1.2 
.810 19-0.7 
5-0.5 
11-0.9 
46-1.5 
.800 6-0.5 
.647 27-0.9 
.706 1367-40.2 
.656 1142-33.6 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

40 708-20.8 

126 475-14.0 

109 461-13.6 

76 369-10,9 

162 358-10,5 

23 241-7,1 



,556 
1.00 
.519 



31 133-3.9 
22 89-3.1 
3 16-1.6 
1 19-1.6 
13 43-1.4 
8 12-1,0 
27 22-0,7 
641 2946-86.7 
511 2514-73.9 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 71-64 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 97-92 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Gonzaga, 87-63 
West Region Second Round - defeated Texas, 82-68 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Connecticut, 99-89 



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C I G H T CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMENTS* 2 O O I FINAL FOUR 

Teams of Tradition 

1995-96 1996-97 199J-98 



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Record: 17-13 H:11-3 A:3-5 N:3-5 

A((: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings: None 



Record: 21-11 H:ll-3 A:5-4 N:5-4 
ACC: 9-7, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings: AP No 22 




Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

4 ExreeHipp 

5 Man Raydo 

10 DuaneSimpkins 

11 MattKovarik 

12 Terrell Stokes 

13 SarunasJasikevicius 

14 Norman fields 

15 Johnny Rhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

22 Keith Booth 
25 Rodney Elliot 
45 Brian Watkins 
54 Obinna Ekezie 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, 



Pos. Ht. m. 

F-G 6-5 189 

F 6-8 224 

5-10 153 



6-0 172 

6-4 201 

6-0 172 

6-4 195 

6-0 173 

6-4 212 

F 6-8 241 

F 6-6 222 

F 6-8 213 

F 6-9 216 

F-C 6-9 260 



Hometown 

Charleston, S.C. 
Washington. O.C. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa, 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Mt.Vernon,N.Y. 
Washington, DC, 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Port Harcourt, Nigeria 



Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 



^ Season Statistics 



Name 

Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 
DuaneSimpkins 
Mario Lucas 
Exree Hipp 
Laron Profit 
Rodney Elliott 
Obinna Ekezie 



6P fQ% 

30-30 .478 

30-30 .442 

27-27 .458 

29-6 .427 

29-27 ,368 

27-0 ,482 



SarunasJasikevicius 27-2 ,427 .500 



rm Reb.-Avg. 

.569 177-5.9 
.757 233-7.8 
,845 65-2,4 
,628 151-5.2 
.661 89-3.1 
.756 74-2.7 
.692 91-3.1 
.550 111-3.7 
32-1,2 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

98 502-16.7 

73 459-15.3 

118 328-12.2 

8 305-10.5 

54 198-6,8 



Terrell Stokes 
Matt Raydo 
Norman Fields 
MattKovarik 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



30-4 .470 .635 

8-0 ,250 .500 

10-0 ,286 ,000 

5-0 ,000 ,500 



40-1.3 
0-0.0 



30 .449 
30 .451 



.683 1158-38.6 
.729 1114-37.1 



32 154-5,7 
11 142-4,9 
10 135-4.5 

33 106-3.9 
85 100-3.3 

3 4-0.5 

1 5-0.5 

3 2-0,4 

529 2440-81.3 

429 2288-76.3 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 82-69 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 84-79 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - lost to Santa Clara, 91 -79 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

4 Atman Smith 

5 Matt Raydo 

10 Kelly Hite 

1 1 Matt Kovarik 

12 Terrell Stokes 

13 SarunasJasikevicius 

14 Norman Fields 
20 Man Hahn 

22 Keith Booth 

25 Rodney Elliot 

45 Brian Watkins 

54 Obinna Ekezie 

55 MikeMardesich 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Flahn, 



Pos. Ht. Wt. 

F-G 6-5 189 

G 5-10 160 

5-10 152 

6-4 190 



201 



6-0 171 

6-4 195 

6-0 173 

6-0 155 

F 6-6 222 

F 6-8 213 

F 6-9 216 

f-C 6-9 260 

C 7-0 220 



Hometown 

Charleston, S,C, 
Baltimore, Md, 
Ft, Lauderdale, Fla, 
Temple Terrace, Fla. 
Greensboro, N,C. 
Philadelphia, Pa, 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Mt,Vernon,N.Y. 
Columbia, Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md, 
Nashville, Tenn, 
Port Harcourt, Nigeria 
Boston, Mass, 



Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name 6P F6% 

Keith Booth 32-32 ,469 

Laron Profit 32-30 .475 

SarunasJasikevicius 32-32 .418 

Obinna Ekezie 32-32 ,550 



Rodney Ellion 
Terrell Stokes 
Brian Watkins 
Matt Kovarik 
Norman Fields 
Atman Smith 
Man Hahn 
Kelly Hite 
Matt Raydo 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



32-2 ,483 

32-31 ,427 

25-0 ,445 

32-1 .431 



FT% Reb.-Avg. 

JV 253-7.9 



,639 212-6,6 
.728 197-6.2 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

82 624-19.5 

78 412-12,9 

102 338-10,6 

22 322-10,1 

42 275-8.6 



88-2,8 
54-2,2 



.679 58-1.8 



8-0 .400 .833 



4-0 .429 

4-0 .500 

11-0 .250 

9-0 .200 

32 .465 

32 .405 



.000 3-0.8 

.667 1-0.3 

.500 11-1.0 

.333 3-0,3 

.681 1226-38.3 

.668 1092-34.1 



143 263-8,2 
2 70-8,2 
41 64-2.0 
1 14-1.8 

6-1,5 

1 4-1,0 
10-0,9 
4 4-0,5 

518 2406-75.2 
425 2136-66.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson, 76-61 
Semifinals - lost to NC State, 65-58 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - lost to College of Charleston, 75-( 



Record: 21-11 H:12-2 A: 3-5 N:6-4 
ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 20, USA Today/N ABC No. 22 



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Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

4 Atman Smith 

1 1 Man Kovarik 

12 Terrell Stokes 

13 SarunasJasikevicius 

20 Man Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 
25 Rodney Elliot 
31 Norman Fields 
33 Mike Mardesich Fr, 

44 Terence Morris Fr. 

45 Brian Watkins Jr. 
54 Obinna Ekezie Jr. 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, 



Pos. Ht. 

F-G 6-5 

G 6-0 

G 6-4 

G 6-0 

G 6-4 

G 6-0 

F 6-7 

F 6-8 

G 6-0 

C-F 7-0 

F 6-8 

F 6-9 



Wt. Hometown 

194 Charleston, S.C. 

170 Baltimore, Md. 

196 Greensboro, N.C, 
189 Philadelphia, Pa. 

197 Kaunas, Lithuania 
155 Columbia, Md, 

220 Wilmington, Del, 

221 Baltimore Md, 
183 Mt,Vernon,N.V, 
250 Boston, Mass, 
199 Frederick, Md, 
220 Nashville,Tenn. 



F-C 6-10 256 Port Harcourt, Nigeria 
Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name CP fC% 

Laron Profit 32-32 

Rodney Elliott 32-32 

Obinna Ekezie 32-32 

Saunas Jasikevicius 32-32 

Terence Morris 32-0 



Mike Mardesich 
Terrell Stokes 
Matt Kovarik 
Brian Watkins 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Atman Smith 
LaRon Cephas 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



415 



32-0 
32-25 

32-7 
9-0 

12-0 

11-0 

11-0 

21-0 
32 .461 
32 .408 



fT% Reb.-Avg. 

.707 165-5,2 
.686 236-7.4 
.670 207-6.5 
,759 104-3.3 
.695 113-3.5 
138-4.3 
82-2,6 
53-1.7 
15-1.7 
11-0.9 
0-0,0 
,500 8-0,7 
,250 30-14 
.678 1271-39.7 
.660 1209-37.8 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

104 506-15.8 

51 481-15.0 

51 410-12,8 

116 396-12.4 

25 236-7.4 

26 172-5.4 
149 172-5.4 

64 76-2.4 

3 19-2.1 

4 23-1.9 
4 11-1.0 
4 11-1.0 
1 7-0.3 

602 2520-78.8 

421 2306-72.1 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 83-65 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 83-73(0T) 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Utah State, 82-68 
West Region Second Round - defeated Illinois, 67-61 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Arizona, 87-79 




{[RPHOTt: Current assistar)t coach Matt Kovarik played on successive NCAA Tournament teams at Maryland during the 1 994, 1995, 1997 and 1 998 seasons. 





CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAMCNTS 



200I riMAL FOUR 




Teams of Tradition 




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Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N:8-2 

A((: 13-3, 2nd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. i 



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Record: 25-10 H:15-l A: 4-5 N:6-4 
A((: 1 1 -5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 1 7, USA Today/ESPN No. 25 



Record: 25-11 H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N:8-5 
A((: 10-6, 3rd place 
Postseason: NCAA Final Four 
Rankings: AP No. 1 1 , USA Today/ESPN No. • 




Team Roster 

Ho. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

5 Juan Dixon 

12 Terrell Stokes 

15 Danny Miller 

20 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 
23 Steve Francis 
31 Norman Fields 
33 Mike Mardesich 
35 Lonny Baxter 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Brian Watkins 
54 ObinnaEkezie 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn. 



Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

F-G 6-5 202 Charleston, S,C. 

G 6-3 152 Baltimore, Md, 

G 6-0 187 Philadelphia, Pa. 

G 6-8 205 Mt. Holly, N.J. 

G 6-0 162 Columbia,Md, 

F 6-7 223 Wilmington, Del. 

G 6-3 194 TakomaPark.Md. 

G 6-0 185 Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

C-F 7-0 255 Boston, Mass. 

F 6-8 225 Silver Spring, Md. 

F 6-9 205 Frederick, Md. 

F 6-9 229 Nashville,Tenn. 

F-C 6-10 262 Port Harcourt, Nigeria 

Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 



Name 

Steve Francis 
Terence Morris 
Laron Profit 
Obinna Ekezie 
Juan Dixon 
Lonny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Terrell Stokes 
Mike Mardesich 
Brian Watkins 
LaRon Cephas 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



CP F6% 

34-33 .523 

34-34 .551 

34-34 .503 

24-23 .488 

34-0 .443 

32-10 .599 

34-0 .482 

34-34 .421 

34-0 .350 

19-1 .488 

15-0 .445 

22-1 .286 

14-0 .750 

34 .495 

34 .388 



FT% Reb.Avg. 

.790 154-4.5 
.825 242-7.1 
.676 162-4.8 
.693 141-5.9 



116-3.6 
72-2.1 
94-2.8 
117-3.4 
34-1.8 
5-0.3 
.778 21-1.0 
,445 6-0.4 
.701 1343-39.5 
.658 1209-35.6 



tsjf. Pts.-Avg 

152 579-17.0 

67 521-15.3 

86 494-14.5 

55 305-12.7 

50 250-7.4 

29 217-6.8 

38 144-4.2 

76 143-4.2 

34 115-3.4 

11 50-2.6 

1 21-1.4 

10 24-1.1 

8 10-0.7 

567 2873-84.5 

735 2259-66.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 93-69 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 86-79 

KCAA Tournament 

South Region First Round - defeated Valparaiso, 82-60 
South Region Second Round - defeated Creighton, 75-63 
South Region Semifinal - lost to St.John's, 76-63 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

3 Juan Dixon 

4 Earl Badu 

11 Calvin McCall 

12 Drew Nicholas 
15 Danny Miller 

20 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas Jr. 
25 Steve Blake Fr. 
31 Byron Mouton Jr. 
33 Mike Mardesich Jr. 
35 Lonny Baxter So 

44 Terence Morris Jr. 

45 Tahj Holden Fr. 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, 



Pos. Ht. 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

F 

G 

G-F 
C-F 
F-C 

F 

F 



IVf. Hometown 

152 Baltimore, Md. 

167 Baltimore, Md. 

200 Orlando, Fla. 

165 Hempstead, N.Y. 

205 Mt. Holly, N.J. 

162 Columbia, Md. 

223 Wilmington, Del. 

175 Miami Lakes, Fla. 

215 Rayne.La. 

255 Boston, Mass. 

250 Silver Spring, Md. 

205 Frederick, Md. 

235 Red Bank, N.J. 



Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name 

Juan Dixon 
Terence Morris 
Lonny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Steve Blake 
Drew Nicholas 
Tahj Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
LaRon Cephas 
Calvin McCall 
Matt Hahn 
Earl Badu 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



6P FG% 

35-35 .462 

34-34 .493 

35-35 .533 

34-34 .449 

35-33 .408 

35-0 .421 

35-3 .432 

35-0 .426 

14-0 .391 

13-0 .227 

13-1 .286 

4-0 .000 

35 .465 

35 .402 



FT% Reb.Avg. 

.790 192-5.5 
.761 293-8.6 
.594 308-8.8 
.654 99-2.9 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

127 630-18.0 

80 53715.8 

31 547-15.6 

92 290-8.5 



.686 106-3.0 


217 


244-7.0 


.621 38-1.1 


50 


177-5.1 


.672 69-2.0 


34 


116-3.3 


.625 100-2.9 


19 


95-2.7 


.429 19-1.4 





21-1.5 


.571 10-0.8 


11 


14-1.1 


.667 3-0.2 


6 


12-0.9 


.000 1-0.3 





0-0.0 


6851354-38.7 


667 2683-76.7 


6811296-37.0 


491 2386-68.2 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 82-61 
Semifinals - defeated NC State, 64-61 
Finals -lost to Duke, 81 -68 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated lona, 74-59 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to UCLA, 105-70 



Team Roster 

No. Name 

I Byron Mouton 

3 Juan Dixon 

4 Earl Badu 

II Calvin McCall 
12 Drew Nicholas 
15 Danny Miller 
21 LaRon Cephas 
25 Steve Blake 

33 Mike Mardesich 

35 Lonny Baxter 

40 MattSlaninka 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Tahj Holden 
54 Chris Wilcox 
Head Coach: Gary Wi 
Assistant Coaches: I 



Wt. Hometown 

215 Rayne.La. 

164 Baltimore, Md. 

160 Baltimore, Md. 

200 Orlando, Fla. 

160 Hempstead, N.Y. 

220 Mt. Holly, N.J. 

217 Wilmington, Del. 

160 Miami Lakes, Fla. 

244 Boston, Mass. 

6-8 260 Silver Spring, Md. 

7-4 257 OIney.Md. 

Sr. F 6-9 221 Frederick, Md. 

So. F 6-10 247 Red Bank, N.J. 

Fr. F-C 6-10 210 Whiteville.N.C. 
Iliams 
Jilly Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Yr. Pos. Ht. 

Jr. G-F 6-6 

Jr G 6-3 

Jr. G 6-0 

G 6-3 

G 6-3 

G-F 6-8 

F 6-7 

6 6-3 

C 

F-C 

C 



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Season Statistics 

Name 

Juan Dixon 
Lonny Baxter 
Terence Mortis 
Byron Mouton 
Steve Blake 
Drew Nicholas 
Danny Miller 
Tahj Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
Chris Wilcox 
LaRon Cephas 
Calvin McCall 
Earl Badu 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



6P FC% 

36-36 .483 

36-35 .566 

36-36 .432 

36-30 .508 

36-36 .399 

36-0 .494 

36-4 .432 

27-0 .494 

36-1 .473 

34-1 .580 



.533 

.606 

14-1 .526 .429 

11-0 .308 .600 

.000 



2-0 .000 
36 .484 
36 .404 



FT% Reb.Avg. 
.865 153-4.3 
.592 286-7.9 
.795 277-7.7 
.779 145-4.0 
.714 108-3.0 
.702 56-1.6 
.556 95-2.6 
.608 61-2.3 
92-2.6 
73-2.1 
15-11 
7-0.6 
0-0,0 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

93 654-18.2 

19 561-15.6 

68 439-12.2 

44 344-9.6 



.696 1478-41.1 
.708 1299-36.1 



248-6.9 
86 237-6.9 
77 174-4.8 

15 121-4.5 

16 130-3.6 
16 122-3.6 

1 24-1.7 

8 13-1.2 

1 0-0.0 

692 3067-85.2 

444 2605-72.4 



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ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Wake Forest, 71-53 
Semifinals - lost to Duke, 84-82 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated George Mason,83-80 
West Region Second Round - defeated Georgia State, 79-60 
West Region Semifinals - defeated Georgetown, 76-66 
West Region Finals - defeated Stanford, 87-73 
National Semifinals - lost to Duke, 95-84 



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LOUIVBOSEY'BERGER 

All-America- 19)1 & 1932 



6-Z, Forward 

Hometown: Fort Myer, Va. 
Played: 1929-32 

Regarded as one of the greatest athletes 
in the history of Maryland athletics ...a 
two-time All-America selection and a 
consensus pick in 1932... his selection is 
considered a great feat because Mary- 
land was an agricultural school at the 
time and not among the athletic giants 
...considered one of the best all-around 
playersof his time ...led Maryland to the 
1931 Southern Conference champion- 
ship, averaging a conference-high 19.1 
points over the nine-game conference 
season ... also played baseball and 
signed a professional contract with the 
Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... 
played in the major leagues for six years, 
with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago 
White Sox and Boston Red Sox ... left baseball with a .236 lifetime average. 





LENBIAS 



All-America -198$, 1986 




6-8, Forward 

Hometown: Landover, Md. 
Played: 1983-86 

Unanimous choice on almost every All- 
America squad following his senior sea- 
son ... he was a third-team All-America 
selection in 1985, as a junior... only Terp 
ever to be named the ACC Player of the 
Year twice (inl985 and 1986) ...Bias is 
the Terps' all-time leading scorer with 
2,149 career points ... he holds two of 
the school's top four single-season 
marks ... led the ACC in scoring two 
straight years ... his best scoring perfor- 
mance, 41 points at Duke in 1 986, ranks 
as the third-best single-game perfor- 
mance in school history and is the top 
performance by a Terp in a road game ... 
is No.9 on the Maryland career rebound- 
ing list with 745 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 Na- 
tional Basketball Association college draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 

Len Bias' Career Statistics 



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Qf FGMfCA pa 3PM-3PA PG. FTMFTA PG. AST BLK STL PfDQ MBiAW PHAVS 



1982-83 30 86-180 478 

1983-84 32 211-372 .567 

1984-85 37 274-519 ,528 

1985-86 32 267-491 .544 

TOTALS 131 838-1,562 .536 



42-66 636 22 16 10 55-1 125-4.2 



66-86 


,767 


48 


24 13 


81-3 


145-4,5 


488-15.2 


153-197 


,777 


65 


33 34 


106-2 


251-6.8 


70M8.9 


209-242 


,864 


33 


14 27 


90-2 


224-7.0 


743-23.2 



3-11 .273 470-591 .795 168 87 84 332-8 745-5.7 2149-16.4 




K[II1]B00TH 

All-America -1997 



6-6, Forward 

Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 
Played: l99ii-97 

All-America third team selection by the 
Associated Press and a consensus All- 
ACC first-team selection his senior sea- 
son, 1997 ... received two votes in the 
ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only 
player besides Wake Forest's Tim Duncan 
to receive voting consideration ... a four- 
time AII-ACC honoree, he earned first 
team honors as a senior, was a third 
team selection as a junior and earned 
honorable mention designation during 
his freshman and sophomore seasons ... 
played on four NCAA Tournament teams 
... led the Terps in scoring and ranked 
second in the ACC with a career high 
19.5 points per game average during his 
senior season ... led the Terps in re- 
bounding his junior and senior seasons 
as he became only the fourth player in 
school history to surpass the 900 career 

rebound mark ... school's record holder with 576 career free throws ... grabbed a career high and 
school record 213 rebounds as a senior ... became the 1 1th player in school history to have his 
jersey honored as his No.22 was hung from the rafters on February 22, 1 997 at Cole Field House ...a 
first round selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1 997 NBA Draft ... became only the second player in 
school history to play for an NBA World Championship team as the Bulls won the 1998 NBA cham- 
pionship. 

Keith Booth's Career Statistics 

YEAR CP fCM-FCA Pa IPM-SPA PG. HMFU PC. AST BLK STL PFDQREBS-AVC PTSAV6 

1993-94 30 113-249 .454 11-27 ,407 87-149 .584 65 17 45 108-6 183-6,1 324-10.8 

1994-95 34 126-277 ,455 3-23 130 114-164 .695 76 13 43 106-4 247 7,3 369-10.9 

1995-96 30 145-328 .442 7-34 206 162-214 .757 73 23 41 100-5 233-7.8 459-15.3 

1996-97 32 205-437 .469 1-21 050 213-297 717 82 19 64 93-2 253-7,9 624-19.5 

TOTALS 126 589-1,291 .456 22105 .209 576-824 .699 296 72 193 40717 916-7.3 1776-14.1 





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DIXON 



All-America -2001 



6-3, Guard 

Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 

Played: 1999-present 

A dynamic, relentless defender and scorer 
who led the Terps in scoring and steals in 
back-to-back seasons ... third team Ail- 
American by the NABC and Basketball 
Weekly while leading Maryland to its first 
Final Four . . . described by teammates as 
"fearless" . . . first Terp since Joe Smith and 
the fifth overall to earn first team AII-ACC 
honors in back-to- back seasons ... also cho- 
sen to the ACC All-Defense Team in consecu- 
tive seasons . . . All-West Region as Mary- 
land defeated Georgetown and Stanford 
during its NCAATournament run to the Final 
Four . . . Maryland's leading scorer with 19 
points in national semifinal game vs. Duke 
... led the ACC in steals as a sophomore and 
junior ... fifth in the ACC in scoring as a jun- 
ior .. . averaged 1 8.2 and 18.0 points in 2000 and 2001 . . . enters his senior campaign within reach of 
Maryland's all-time marks in points, 3-point field goals and steals . . . regarded as one of the nation's 
top shooting guards ... one of just five players in Maryland history with 30 or more points on five 
separate occasions ... has never fouled out of a game . . . leading scorer for U.S. National Team at the 
2001 World University Games. 

Juan Dixon's Career Statistics 




I'M/? 


CC 


FCM-F6A 


pa 3PM-3PA 


pa 


FTM-FTA 


pa 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQRFBS-AVe 


PTS-AVG 


1998-99 


34 


85-192 


443 36-97 


371 


44-53 


,830 


47 


1 


50 


59-0 88-2.6 


250-7,4 


1999-00 


35 


234-506 


.462 49-135 


.363 


113-143 


.790 


127 


10 


96 


76-0 192-5,5 


630-18,0 


2000-01 


36 


232-480 


.483 62-151 


.411 


128-148 


.865 


93 


8 


95 


75-0 153-4,3 


654-182 


CAREER 


105 


551-1178 


.4«8 147-383 


.384 


285-344 


.828 


267 


19 


241 


210-0 433-4.1 


1534-14.6 



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LENELMORE 

All-America • I97ii 



6-9, (enter 

Hometown: Springfield 
Gardens, N.Y. 
Played: l97Z-7ii 

The best rebounder in Maryland history 
and one of the nation's best ever ... re 
bounding prowess earned him a spot on 
most 1 974 All-America squads along with 
offensive-minded teammates Tom 
McMillen and John Lucas ...only player in 
Maryland history with more than 1 ,000 ca- 
reer rebounds (1,053) ...his 1973-74 sea- 
son average of 1 4.7 rebounds a game is the 
school's single-season record ...career re- 
bounding average of 12.2 rebounds a 
game is also the Maryland record ... 412 
rebounds during the 1973-74 season is the 
school record ...a three-time member of 




the AII-ACC team ... was Maryland's Most Valuable Player in 1972-73 and its Outstanding Senior in 
1 973-74 ...drafted in the first round of the 1 974 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets, but chose to sign 
with the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball Association ...spent 10 seasons in the NBA and ABA 
with the Pacers, Kansas City Kings, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets and New York Knicks ... upon 
leaving professional basketball, enrolled in Harvard Law school and graduated in 1987 ... is the first 
former professional basketballplayer to graduate from the prestigious law school. 

Len Elmore's Career Statistics 



yiAR 


QP 


FGMF6A 


pa. 


FTMFTA 


pa 


>isr 


BLK 


STl 


PF-DQ 


RFBS-AVC 


PTS-AV6 


1971-72 


32 


126-273 


.462 


95-126 


.754 


37 


— 


— 


83-3 


551-11,0 


347-108 


1972-73 


26 


112-239 


.469 


37-61 


,607 


35 


— 


— 


53-4 


290-11,2 


261-10,0 


1973-74 


28 


170-324 


.525 


69-91 


,758 


48 


— 


— 


74-0 


412-147 


409-146 


TOTALS 


86 


408-836 


.488 


201-278 


.723 


120 


— 


— 


210-8 


1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 




MFRANCIS 

All-America -1999 



6-3, Guard 

Hometown: Takoma Park, Md. 

Played: 1999 

An All-America second team selection fol- 
lowing his outstanding junior season at 
Maryland . . . AII-ACC first team and ACC 
All-Tournament first team selection . . . 
finished fourth in the balloting for ACC 
Player of the Year in 1 999 .. . named the 
Division I newcomer of the year and a first 
team Ail-American by Sports ///ustrafec/... 
finalist for the Naismith and Wooden 
awards as the collegiate player of the year 
. . . All-America East second-team by East- 
ern Basketball . . . AII-ACC defensive team 
by the ACC coaches . . . earned Most Valu- 
able Player honors at the BB&T Classic in 
Washington.D.Cas he helped lead Mary- 
land past No. 5 Stanford and NIT partici- 
pant DePaul . . . selected to the all-tour 
nament team at the Puerto Rico Shootout 
. . . selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies as 

the second overall pick in the first round of the 1 999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Houston Rockets 
... named NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000. 

Steve Francis' Career Statistics 

rEAR eP FCM-F6A Pa 3PM-3PA Pa FTM-FTA Pa AST BLK STL PF-DQ RCBS-AVC PTS-AVC 

1998-99 34 205-392 523 45-116 388 124-157 790 152 6 95 95-2 154-4.5 579-17.0 

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^j^l^l All-America - 1980, 1981 



6-7, Forward 

Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Played: 1978-81 

One of the most prolific scorers in school history King is one of only a handful of players to average in 
double figures during each of his four seasons ... he ranks as the No. 2 all-time Maryland scorer with 
2,058 career points ... his career scoring average of 17.4 points per game is the fifth-best in school 
history ... 38 points vs. Clemson in 1980 is a Maryland record in ACC Tournament games ... shared the 



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1981 team Most Valuable Player Award 
with Buck Williams after winning the 
award outright in 1980 ... was the ACC 
Player of the Year in 1980 and a first team 
AII-ACC selection again in 1981 ...came to 
Maryland generally regarded as the 
nation's top high school recruit, having av- 
eraged 38.6 points and 22 rebounds as a 
high school senior ... picked in the first 
round, the 10th selection overall, of the 
1981 NBA college draft by the New Jersey 
Nets ...spent nine seasons in the NBA with 
the Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio 
Spurs and Washington Bullets ... his 
brother, Bernard, is also a former NBA star 
and league scoring champion. 



Albert King's Career Statistics 

lim iP FGMFGA pa RM-FTA PU. AST BLK STL PFDQ REBS-AVG 




1977-78 


28 


164-327 


.502 


53-82 


,646 


64 


11 


21 


73-3 


187-6.7 


381-13,6 


1978-79 


28 


191-387 


.494 


62-81 


765 


62 


10 


30 


62-2 


144-51 


444-15,9 


1979-80 


31 


275-497 


.553 


124-151 


,821 


86 


18 


42 


86-1 


207-67 


674-21,7 


1980-81 


Jl 


232-462 


,502 


95-117 


,812 


92 


11 


26 


93-3 


177-5,7 


559-180 


TOTALS 


118 


862-1673 


.515 


334-431 


.766 


304 


50 


119 


314-9 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 




JOiLUCAS 



_ All-America -igiii, 1975,1976 

t-^i, Guard 

Hometown: Durham, N.(. 

Played: 1973-76 

A three-time All-America selection who is 
considered by many as the greatest guard 
in the history of the Terps' program... the 
only Maryland player to earn first team AII- 
ACC honors three times during his career 
... the No. 4 all-time Maryland scorer with 
2,01 5 points ... No. 3 on the school's all- 
time assists list ... during Lucas' career as 
Maryland's point guard, the Terps enjoyed 
their best seasons in terms of national fin- 
ishes ... 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 All- 
American in tennis,a sport in which he was 
a two-time ACC singles champion and 
earned that same honor in doubles play ... 

was the No. 1 selection in the 1 976 NBA college draft ... played 1 4 seasons in the NBA with the Rockets, 
Golden State Warriors, Washington Bullets,San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle SuperSonics 
...after his playing days ended, he was the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers, 
and was named as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2001. 





John Lucas' Career Statistics 



eP FQM-FGA 

30 190-353 

28 253-495 

24 186-339 

28 233-456 

110 862-1643 



pa FTM-FTA 

,538 45-64 

,511 58-77 

,549 97-116 

511 91-117 

.518 291-374 



pa AST Bin 



STL PFDQ PEBS-AVC 

— 66-2 83-2,8 



PTS-AVC 
425-14,2 
564-20,1 
469-19,5 
557-19,9 
.778 514 — — 276-6 374-3.4 2015-18.3 



100-4,2 
109-3,9 




lOHMcMILLEN 

All-America -1972, 1973, 197<i 

6-11, Forward 
Hometown: Mansfield, Pa. 
Played: 1972-7I| 

A team leader both on and off the court ... 
averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 rebounds 
during his three-year career ...was se- 
lected as a three-time All-American and a 
three-time Academic Ail-American ... one 
of only three Terps to average more than 
20 points per game in successive seasons 
and the only player in school history with 
a career scoring average above 20 points 
per game ... led Maryland to the 1 972 Na- 
tional Invitation Tournament champion- 
ship, 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 con- 
troversial game with the Soviets ... played 
in the NBA for 1 1 seasons with Buffalo, At- 
lanta, New York and Washington ...put his 

professional basketball career on hold one year directly out of college in order to fulfil his Rhodes Schol- 
arship obligations by studying for a year at Oxford ... was elected to the U.S.Congress from Maryland's 
4th district in 1986 ...served as Co-Chair of the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 

Tom McMillen's Career Statistics 




YlAP 


OP 


F6M-F6A 


pa. 


FTMFTA 


pa. 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PFDQ 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1971-72 


32 


235-428 


,549 


197-241 


,817 


33 


— 


— 


67-3 


306-9,6 


667-20.8 


197273 


29 


250-427 


,585 


116-145 


800 


28 


— 


— 


76-3 


284-9,8 


616-21,2 


1973-74 


27 


214-404 


530 


96-126 


,762 


41 


— 


— 


69-1 


269-10,0 


524-19,4 


TOTALS 


88 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 


.799 


102 


— 


— 


212-7 


859-9.8 


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GENKHUE 

All-America •19S3,19Sii 



6-2, Forward 

Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 
Played: l9S2-S'i 

Was the Terps' first high profile basketball 
star ,.. earned Converse and Helms Founda- 
tion 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 Wake For- 
est in the 1953 Southern Conference tour- 
nament ... was seleaed as the Most Valu- 
able Player of the Tournament ... was the 
school record holder in career scoring until 
1974 ...was the third overall player selerted 
in the 1954 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 
Warriors ...was All-Pro twiceand a five-time 
NBA All-Star during his 10-year NBA career 
with the Warriors, New York Knickerbockers, 




John Lucas was an All-America basketball and tennis player while at Maryland. Now he is the head coach of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers. 



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Ft. Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Baltimore Bullets ... enjoyed a successful career as a head coach in the NBA 
with the Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego and Los Angeles Clippers ...was twice named 
as the NBA Coach of the Year ...was general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers. 



Gene Shue's Career Statistics 



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CP fCMFCA pa FTM-FTA PG. AST BLK STL Pf-DQ RCBSAVC 

1951-S2 21 — — ______ _ 

1952-53 23 176-375 .469 156-223 .700 _ _ _ — — 

1953-54 30 237-469 .505 180-228 .789 _ _ _ _ _ 

TOTALS 74 — — ______ _ 



PTSAVC 

224-10.6 



654-21.8 
1386-18.7 



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JOBMITH 

All-America -IQQlt.lQQS 



6-10, Forward/Center 
Hometown: Norfolk, Va. 
Played: I99ii-9S 

The consensus selettion as the 1995 Na- 
tional Collegiate Player of the Year ... 
earned six National Player of the Year se- 
lections overall ... was named the Atlantic 
Coast Conference Player of the Year and 
UPI third team Ail-American as a freshman 
... he became one of only three sopho- 
mores in the history of the conference to 
earn player of the year honorsjoining only 
NC State's David Thompson and Virginia's 
Ralph Sampson ... an AII-ACC first-team 
selection in both his freshman and sopho- 
more seasons ...averaged 20.8 points and 
10.7 rebounds asa sophomore ...averaged 
20.1 points and 10.7 rebounds for his 64- 
game career — he is one of only five play- 
ers in school history to average a double/ 
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 Min- 
nesota Timberwolves. 

Joe Smith's Career Statistics 

YEAH CP FCMFCA PO. 3PM-3PA PO. FTM-FTA Pa AST BIK STl PF-DQ BCSSAVC PTSAVC 

1993-94 30 206-395 .522 2-5 400 168-229 .734 25 93 42 104-7 321-10.7 582-19.4 

1994-95 34 245-424 .578 9-21 429 209-282 .741 40 97 51 87-3 362-10.7 708-20.8 

TOTALS 64 451-819 .550 11-26 .423 377-511 .737 6S 190 93 191-10 683-10.7 1290-20.1 



BUaWILLIAMS 




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All-America -1981 



6-8, Center/Forward 
Hometown: Rocky Mt., N.C. 
Played: 1979-81 

An outstanding scorer and extraordinary rebounder, Williams earned All-America honors following his 
junior season ... entered the NBA following his junior season ...averaged 1 5.6 points and 1 1 .7 rebounds 
a game as a junior ... he is the No. 3 rebounder in Maryland history with 928 career rebounds.third only 
to ten Elmore and Derrick Lewis ... his career average of 10.9 rebounds a game is second best in school 
history ... he was an equally strong shooter, averaging in double figures in scoring each of his three 
seasons and registering the school's best-ever career field goal shooting percentage ... his 61 .5 percent 



mark is the school record ... led the ACC in 
rebounding asa freshman in 1978-79, was 
third in 1979-80 and second during the 
1980-81 season ... was a member of the 
1 980 U.S.Olympic team that did not com- 
pete in the Moscow Olympic Games ...ap- 
plied 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. 



Buck Williams' Career Statistics 




YUR 


CP 


FCMFCA 


pa. 


FTM-FTA 


pa 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PFoa 


RCBSAVC 


PTSAVC 


Wi-T) 


30 


120-206 


,583 


60-109 


.550 


18 


25 


29 


77-2 


323-108 


300-10.0 


1979-80 


24 


143-236 


.606 


85-128 


.664 


27 


17 


32 


87-4 


242-101 


371-15,5 


1980-81 


31 


183-283 


647 


116-182 


.637 


51 


29 


29 


94-4 


363-11,7 


482-155 


TOTALS 


85 


446-725 


.615 


261-419 


.623 


76 


71 


90 


258-10 


928-10.9 


115313.6 




WMIWILLIAMS 

All-America -199? 



6-8, Forward/Guard 
Hometown: Temple Hills, Md. 
Played: 1989-92 

One of the most prolific scorers and most 
versatile players in the history of the pro- 
gram ... played for the Terps for four sea- 
sons despite the opportunity to turn pro- 
fessional early or transfer to another school 
because of the Terps' NCAA sanctions, and 
his loyalty to Maryland was one of the key 
reasons why Maryland was able to field 
competitive teams during that period ... 
broke the school record for points in a sea- 
son as he scored 776 as a senior ... also 
broke the school record for scoring aver- 
age with a 26.8 points per game mark ... 
recorded a national-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 ... totaled 1 1 games with 30 or 
more points during his senior season and had 14 such games during his career, the most of any Terp 
player in history ... scored a career high of 39 points versus Wake Forest in 1992 ... was drafted by the 
Sacramento Kings in the first round of the NBA college draft, the seventh pick overall, following his se- 
nior season ... has played for the Miami Heat.Toronto Raptors, Portland Trail Blazers and Houston Rock- 



Walt Williams' Career Statistics 




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163 



ruR 



CP FCMFCA pa 3PM-m pa. FTMm pa. ast bik m pf-oqkk-avc ptsavc 



1988-89 26 7S170 441 7-27 .259 33-53 623 66 13 33 76-7 92-3.5 190-7.3 

1989-90 33 143-2% .483 30-67 .448 104 134 776 149 34 57 115-7 138-4.2 420-12,7 

1990-91 17 109-243 449 28-95 .295 72-86 .837 91 6 25 51-2 86-5,1 318 18,7 MUtUMB I 

1991-92 29 256-542 .472 89-240 .371 175-231 758 104 28 60 98-6 162-5.6 776-26.8 

TOTALS 105 583-1251 .4M 154-429 .359 384504 .762 410 81 175 34«-22 478-4.6 1704-16J 




Maryland has had three former Terps enter the NBA Draft prior to their senior seasons: Buck Williams, Joe Smith and Steve Fronds. 





CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCMTS 



2 O O I FINAL FOUR 



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WIKNERS 



NAIONALHOKORS 


Attn 


ONORS 


1993-94 


Joe Smith (1st) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Johnny Rhodes (HM) 


1986 
1988 




Adrian Branch (2nd) 
Len Bias {1st) 
Keith Gatlin (2nd) 


National Plav«r of the Year 


ACC Player of the Year 


1994-95 


DuaneSimpkins(HM) 
Joe Smith (1st) 


1989 
1992 


Tony Massenburg {1st) 
Walt Williams (2nd) 


P\a^tr 


Year 


Selection Board or Panel 


1979-80 


Albert King 




Johnny Rhodes (3rd) 


1995 


Exree Hipp {2nd) 


Joe Smith 


1995 


ARUPl.Naismith 


1984-85 
1985-86 


Len Bias 
Len Bias 




Keith Booth (HM) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 


1996 


Joe Smith (2nd) 
Keith Booth (2nd) 


National Coach of the Year 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


1995-96 


DuaneSimpkins(HM) 
Johnny Rhodes (2nd) 


1997 
1998 


Keith Booth (2nd) 
Rodney Elliott (2nd) 


Coach 


Year 


Selection Board or Panel 


ACC Rookie of the Year 




Keith Booth (3rd) 


1999 


Steve Francis (1st) 


Gary Williams 


2001 


Playboy 


1978-79 


Bucl< Williams 




Exree Hipp (HM) 
DuaneSimpkins(HM) 


2000 


Lonny Baxter (1st) 
Juan Dixon (1st) 


All-Americans 




1993-94 


Joe Smith 


1996-97 


Keith Booth (1st) 




Terence Morris (2nd) 


naya 


Year 


Selection Board or Panel 


ACC Coach of the Year 


1997-98 


Laron Profit (HM) 
Rodney Elliort (3rd) 


2001 


Juan Dixon {1st) 
Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


Louis"Bosey"Berge 


1931 


HF 


1974-75 


Lefty Driesell 




Laron Profit (3rd) 








1932" 


CV-1stTeam,HF 


1979-80 


Lefty Driesell 




ObinnaEkezie(HM) 


ACC Player of the Week 


Gene Shue 


1953 


CV-2ndTeam 


1997-98 


Gary Williams 


1998-99 


Steve Francis {1st) 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 




1954 


CV-2ndTeam,HF 


1999-00 


(ACC Athlete Magazine) 
Gary Williams 




Terence Morris {2nd) 
Laron Profit (3rd) 




Jim O'Brien 


Tom McMillen 


1972 


CV-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team, UPI-3rd Team 




(College Hoops Illustrated) 




Terrell Stokes (HM) 


1973-74 


John Lucas 
Len Elmore 
Tom Roy (2) 
John Lucas (2) 




1973 


CV-1stTe3m,NABC-2ndTeam,UPI-2ndTeam, 






1999-00 


Lonny Baxter (1st) 


1974-75 






AP-3rdTeam 


AII-ACC Spjpctiont 




Juan Dixon (1st) 




1974 


CV- 1 St Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, 








Terence Morris (2nd) 








AP-3rdTeam 


1953-54 


Gene Shue (1st) 




Steve Blake (HM) 


1975-76 


Steve Sheppard 








1954-55 


Bob Kessler (2nd) 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon (1st) 




Maurice Howard 


Len Elmore 


1974 


CV- 1 St Team, BW-lst Team, AP-2nd Team, 


1955-56 


BobKessler(2nd) 




Lonny Baxter (2nd) 
Terence Morris (3rd) 




John Lucas 






NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien (2nd) 




1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


John Lucas 


1974 
1975" 


AP-2nd Team,CV-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 
CV-1st Team, NABC-lst Team, UPl-lst Team, 
BW-lst Team, AP-2nd Team 


1957-58 

1958-59 
1959-60 


Nick Davis (2nd) 
John Nacincik (2nd) 
Charles McNeil {2nd) 
Bob McDonald (2nd) 


Steve Blake (HM) 

AII-ACC Tournament 


1978-79 
1979-80 


Ernest Graham 
Albert King 
Greg Manning 
Albert King (2) 




1976' 


AP-1stTeam,CV-lst Team, UPl-lst Team, 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald (2nd) 


1954 


Gene Shue (1st team) 




Greg Manning 






BW-lst Team 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 


1956 


Bob Kessler (2nd) 


1980-81 


Albert King (2) 


Albert King 


1980 


AP- 1 St Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen (2nd) 


1957 


John Nacincik (2nd) 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 






LJPI-2ndTeam 


1965-66 


Gary Ward (2nd) 


1958 


Nick Davis (1st) 




Herman Veal 




1981 


UPI-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


1968-69 
1969-70 


Will Hetzel (2nd) 
Will Hetzel (2nd) 




Charles McNeil (1st) 
AIBunge(2nd) 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman (2) 
JeffAdkins 


Charles"Buck"Williams 1981 


CV-2ndTeam 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien (2nd) 


1961 


Bill Stasiulatis (2nd) 




Adrian Branch 


Len Bias 


1985 
1986' 


AP-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team 
AP-1st Team, NABC-lst Team, UPl-lst Team, 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (1st) 
Len Elmore (2nd) 


1962 
1965 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 
Jay McMillen {2nd) 


1984-85 


Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 






BW-lst Team 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen (1st) 




Gary Ward (2nd) 


1985 


Bb 


Len Bias (2) 








Len Elmore (2nd) 


1972 


Len Elmore (1st) 


1986 


87 


Derrick Lewis 


Walt Williams 


1992 


AP-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team 


1973-74 


Len Elmore (1st) 




Tom McMillen (1st) 


1987 


88 


Derrick Lewis 










John Lucas (1st) 




Jim O'Brien {2nd) 


1988 


89 


John Johnson 


Joe Smith 


1994 


UPI-3rdTeam 


1974-75 


John Lucas (1st) 


1973 


Tom McMillen (1st) 


1989 


90 


Tony Massenburg 




1995' 


AP-1stTeam,NABC-lst Team, UPl-lst Team, 




Owen Brown (2nd) 




John Lucas (1st) 


1991 


92 


Walt Williams 






BW-lst Team 




Brad Davis (2nd) 




Jim O'Brien {2nd) 


1992 


93 


Kevin McLinton 


Keith Booth 


1997 


AP-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


1975-76 


Maunce Howard (2nd) 
John Lucas (1st) 


1974 


Tom McMillen (1st) 
John Lucas (1st) 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (2) 
Johnny Rhodes 


Steve Francis 


1999 


BW-2nd Team, AP-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, 


1976-77 


Brad Davis (2nd) 




Maurice Howard (1st) 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 






TSN-2ndTeam 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 




Len Elmore (2nd) 




Johnny Rhodes 


Juan Dixon 


2001 


BW-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


1979-80 


Albert King {1st) 




Owen Brown (2nd) 


1996-97 


Keith Booth (2) 










Greg Manning (2nd) 


1975 


John Lucas (1st) 


1997-98 


SarunasJasikevicius 


Academic All-Americans 


1980-81 


Buck Williams (2nd) 
Albert King (2nd) 


1976 


Maurice Howard (2nd) 
Steve Sheppard (2nd) 


1998-99 


Steve Francis (2) 
Laron Profit 


Player 


Year 


Selection Board or Panel 




Buck Williams (2nd) 


1978 


Lawrence Boston (2nd) 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


Tom McMillen 


1972 


GTE/CoSIDA-lstTeam 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch {2nd) 




Larry Gibson (2nd) 




Juan Dixon (2) 


Tom McMillen 


1973 


GTE/CoSIDA-lstTeam 




Ben Coleman (2nd) 


1979 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 




Terence Morris 


Tom McMillen 


1974 


GTE/CoSIDA-lstTeam 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman (2nd) 


1980 


Albert King (1st, MVP) 


2000-01 


Lonny Baxter 


Greg Manning 


1981 


GTE/CoSIDA-2ndTeam 


1984-85 


Len Bias (1st) 




Greg Manning (1st) 




Juan Dixon (2) 


Matt Roe 


1991 


GTE/CoSIDA-lstTeam 


1985-86 


Adrian Branch (2nd) 
Len Bias (1st) 




Ernest Graham (2nd) 
Buck Williams {2nd) 


ACC Rookie of the Week 


* Consensus All-Amerkans are 


determined by first team selections on a majority of major 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis (2nd) 


1981 


Albert King (1st) 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien (2) 


All-America teams 






1988-89 


Tony Massenburg (3rd) 




Buck Williams (1st) 




Darrell Brown 


AP-Associated Press: HABC-Basketball Coaches: BT-Basketball Times: BW-Basketball Writ- 




JerrodMustaf{3rd) 




Ernest Graham (2nd) 




Howard White 


ers: CV-Converse: Hf -Helms Foundation: JSN- The Sporting News: UPl-United Press Interna- 


1990-91 


Mart Roe (3rd) 


1984 


Len Bias (1st, MVP) 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (4) 


tional.m-Wooden Award 




1991-92 


WaltWilliams(lst) 




Ben Coleman (1st) 




Len Elmore 










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MfWJl: Maryland is horiie to 13 A!l-AmericartsjhreeAca(iernicAII-Americar!i,orienatioiial player of theyear.anti one natiorial coach of theyear. 




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CIGUT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA T O U R N A M 



1972-73 
1974-75 

1975-76 

1976-77 

1977-78 

1978-79 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 
1986-87 

1987-88 
1988-89 
1990-91 
1992-93 

1993-94 
1999-00 



John Lucas (2) 
Brad Davis (3) 
Steve Sheppard 
Larry Gibson 
Lawrence Boston 
Bill Bryant (2) 
Mike Davis 
Jo Jo Hunter 
Greg Manning (2) 
Albert King 
Buck Williams (3) 
Adrian Branch (3) 
Ben Coleman (2) 
Keith Gatlin 
Derrick Lewis (3) 
John Johnson 
TeyonMcCoy(2) 
Steve Hood 
Brian Williams (2) 
JerrodMustaf(3) 
Garfield Smith 
ExreeHipp(2) 
Johnny Rhodes (2) 
Joe Smith (6) 
Tahj Holden 



^(HONORS 

All-Southern Conference 

1930-31 BoseyBerger 

Ed Ronkin 
1932-33 RufusVincent 

1935-36 Bernie Buscher 

Vic Willis 
1937-38 George Knepley 

1938-39 George Knepley 

Eddie Johnson 

George DeWitt 
1944-45 JackFlynn 

1948-49 LeeBrawley 

All-Southern 
Conference Tournament 



1939 
1945 
1951 
1953 



Ed Ronkin 
George Knepley 
JackFlynn 
Dick Koffenberger 
Gene Shue (MVP) 



AmKHONORS 

Phi Beta Kappa 

1978-79 EricShrader 

NCAA Post-Graduate 
Scholarship 

1970 Tom Milroy (alt.] 

1974 TomMcMillen 

1981 Greg Manning 

1991 Matt Roe 

AII-ACC Academic 

1966-67 JayMcMillen 

1968-69 , Tom Milroy 

1971-72 TomMcMillen 

1972-73 TomMcMillen 

1973-74 TomMcMillen 



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 

1994-95 KurtisShultz 

1996-97 MattKovarik 

1998-99 Mike Mardesich 

1999-00 Mike Mardesich 

2000-01 Mike Mardesich 

Byron Mouton 

Scholar-Athlete Award 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 
2000-01 



Matt Roe 
Matt Roe 
Vince Broadnax 
KurtisShultz 
KurtisShultz 
Man Raydo 
Matt Kovarik 
MattKovarik 
Matt Kovarik 
MattHahn 
MattHahn 
Mike Mardesich 



KAMHONORS 

Most Valuable Player 



1969-70 
1970-71 
1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 

1983-84 
1984-85 
1985-86 



1990-91 
1991-92 
199293 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 

1999-00 
2000-01 



Rod Horst 
Barry Yates 
Len Elmore 
Tom McMillen 
Tom McMillen 
John Lucas 
Maurice Howard 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Larry Gibson 
Albert King 
Albert King 
Adrian Branch 
Adrian Branch 
Ben Coleman 
Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Len Bias 
Derrick Lewis 
Derrick Lewis 
Tony Massenburg 
TonyMassenburg 
Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 
Kevin McLinton 
Joe Smith 
Joe Smith 
Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Ellion 
Steve Francis 
Terence Morris 
Terence Morris 
Lonny Baxter 
Juan Dixon 



Most Improved Player 

1969-70 Sparky Still 

1970-71 Jim O'Brien 



1971-72 
1972-73 
1973-74 
1974-75 
1975-76 
1976-77 
1977-78 
1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 
1981-82 
1982-83 
1983-84 
1984-85 

1985-86 
1986-87 
1987-88 
1988-89 
1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 

1994-95 
1996-97 



Darrell Brown 
John Lucas 
Owen Brown 
Maurice Howard 
Brad Davis 
Lawrence Boston 
Greg Manning 
Ernest Graham 
Taylor Baldwin 
Steve Rivers 
Charles Pittman 
Len Bias 
Terry Long 
Jeff Baxter 
Tom Jones 
Jeff Baxter 
Dave Dickerson 
Tony Massenburg 
Cedric Lewis 
Jesse Martin 
Kevin McLinton 
Evers Burns 
Chris Kerwin 
Mario Lucas 
DuaneSimpkins 
Wayne Bristol 
Obinna Ekezie 



CNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 

Buck Willlams/Len Elmore Most Improved free 
Rebounding Award* Throw Shooter 

1996-97 Rodney Ellion 

1997-98 Obinna Ekezie 

Most Assists Award 




Alvin Aubinoe Greatest 
Career Contribution 

1969-70 WillHetzel 

1970-71 Jay Flowers 

1971-72 Charlie Blank 

1972-73 Jim O'Brien 

1973-74 TomMcMillen 

1974-75 Billy Hahn 

1975-76 John Lucas 

1976-77 JohnPavlos.Mgr. 

1977-78 Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 Larry Gibson 

1979-80 JohnBilney 

1980-81 Albert King 

1981-82 Dutch Motley 

1982-83 Adrian Branch 

1983-84 JeffAdkins 

1984-85 Charles Driesell 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 notawarded 

1987-88 Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 Dave Dickerson 

1989-90 TonyMassenburg 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 WaltWilliams 

1992-93 Evers Burns 

Newcomer of the Year 



1969-70 Rod Horst 

1970-71 BarryYates 

1971-72 Len Elmore 

1972-73 Len Elmore 

1973-74 Len Elmore 

1974-75 Tom Roy 

1975-76 Lawrence Boston 

1976-77 Larry Gibson 

1977-78 Larry Gibson 

1978-79 BuckWilliams 

1979-80 BuckWilliams 

1980-81 BuckWilliams 

1981-82 Herman Veal 

1982-83 Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 

1984-85 Len Bias 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 Derrick Lewis 

Derrick Lewis 

TonyMassenburg 

Tony Massenburg 

Cedric Lewis 

Evers Burns 

Evers Burns 

Joe Smith 

Joe Smith 

Keith Booth 

Keith Booth 

Rodney Elliott 

Terence Morris 

Lonny Baxter 

Terence Morris 
' Maryland'^ rebounding award was named in 
hortoral Chris Patton from 1970-89, andforBucIt 
Williams from 1990-94. 

Bud Millikan Defensive 
Player of the Year 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

Cedric Lewis 
1991-92 Vince Broadnax 

1992-93 Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 Johnny Rhodes 

1994-95 ExreeHipp 

Joe Smith 

Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 Vince Broadnax 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

1991-92 Chris Kerwin 

1992-93 MikeThibeault 

1993-94 Keith Booth 

1994-95 Man Raydo 



1987-f 



1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1993-94 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 
2000-01 



1987-88 


Brian Williams 






1988-89 


Jerrod Mustaf 


Outstanding Free 


1989-90 
1990-91 


Evers Burns 
Garfield Smith 


Throw Shooter 


1991-92 


John Walsh 


1989-90 


WaltWilliams 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp 


1990-91 


WaltWilliams 




Johnny Rhodes 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 






1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


Coache 


s' Award 


1993-94 


DuaneSimpkins 




1994-95 


DuaneSimpkins 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


1995-96 


DuaneSimpkins 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


1996-97 


SarunasJasikevicius 


1991-92 


Garfield Smith 


1997-98 


SarunasJasikevicius 


1992-93 


Kurtis Shultz 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 






1999-00 


Juan Dixon 






2000-01 


Juan Dixon 



1989-90 
1990-91 
1991-92 
1992-93 
1993-94 
1994-95 
1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 
1998-99 
1999-00 
2000-01 



WaltWilliams 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 
DuaneSimpkins 
Duane Simpkins 
DuaneSimpkins 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 
Terrell Stokes 
Steve Blake 
Steve Blake 



Senior Award 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 Man Downing 

1992-93 Chris Kerwin 

Career 
Achievement Award 



Maryland Basketball 
Service Award 

1997-98 JackZane 

1998-99 Johnny Holliday 

1999-00 JackHeise 

2000-01 Marv Perry 

Chevrolet Scholarship g 
MVP Awards 2 



1982-83 
1983-84 



1989-90 
1993-94 



1995-96 
1996-97 
1997-98 



1999-00 
2000-01 



Adrian Branch vs. Houston 
Ben Coleman vs. Notre Dame 
Jeff Adkins vs. Boston College 
Herman Veal vs.Boston College 
Keith Gatlin vs. North Carolina 
Adrian Branch vs.Virginia 
Jesse Martin vs. Duke 
Joe Smith vs. St. Louis 
Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts 
Keith Booth vs. Michigan 
Exree Hipp vs. Gonzaga 
Joe Smith vs.Texas 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Connecticut 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
Keith Booth vs. Charleston 
Rodney Ellion vs. Utah State 
SarunasJasikevicius vs. Illinois 
Rodney Ellion vs. Arizona 
Terence Morris vs. Valparaiso 
Terence Morris vs. Creighton 
Terence Morris vs.St.John's 
Terence Morris vs. lona 
Lonny Baxter vs. UCLA 
Lonny Baxter at North Carolina 
Drew Nicholas vs.Virginia 
Byron Mouton vs.George Mason 
Juan Dixon vs. Georgia State 
Lonn Baxter vs. Georgetown 
Lonny Baxter vs. Stanford 
Juan Dixon vs. Duke 



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MfHOJl: Lonny Baxter and Juan Dixon shared last season'sTeam MVP award. 




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CI6UT COHSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURMAHCNT5' ZOO I FINAL FOUR 



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Archer, Rudy, 1988 
Anderson, Mike, 1990 
Andorka, William, 1935 
Arsnworthy,Frank,1949-50 
Auslander,Brian,1969,71 
A»ery,John, 1966-67-68 




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Buckley, John, 1945 
166 Bunge,AI, 1958-59-60 
Burch, Samuel, 1943 
Burger, Joseph,1924-25 
Burns, Evers,1990-91-92-93 
Burton,Tim, 1984-85-86-87 
VJ\ Buscher, Alton, 1932-33-34 
Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 
I Butler, Jay, 1953 




Campbell, William, 1945 RrufnirMAN 

CardwelUee, 1925-26 BtNlOLtMAN 

Carlson, Phillip, 1963-64-65 

Carpenter, Conrad, 1962-63 

Carter, Harold, 1934 

Cartwright, Mark, 1972 

Cephas, LaRon, 1998-99-00-01 

Chalmers, George, 1930-31-32 

Chamberlain,Kevin,1990 

Chase, Spencer, 1932-33-34 

Chong, Eddie, 1989-90 

Chronister,Jon, 1991-92 

Clark, Jackie,1964-65-66 

Cohen, Morris, 1932 

Cole,Kenneth,1913-14 

Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 

Collins, James, 1938 

Connelly, Thomas, 1951 

Crawford, Mark, 1977 

Crescen2e,Edward,1948 

Crosthwait, Samuel, 1927 

Cutler, Robert, 1958 




■ 1 



Daly, Edvi;ard, 1935 




Danko,Eugene,1958-59 MIKtDAVIS 

Davis, Brad, 1975-76-77 

Davis,Mike, 1977-78 
Davis, Nick, 1956-57-58 
Davis, Todd, 1990-91-92 
Day,5.E.,1913 

Dean,Thurston, 1927-28-29 
Darstyne,R.S.,1914 
DeCosmo, Michael, 1964-65 
Dewitt, George, 1939-40 
Dickerson, David, 1986-87-88-89 
Diffie, Granville, 1950 
Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 
Dixon,Juan, 1999-00-01 
Downing, Matt,1991-92 
Drescher, Richard, 1967-68 
Driesell,Charles,1982-83-84-85 
Dudley,Aaron,1991-92 
Dunlap, Howard, 1956 
DuValfMearle, 1940, 1942 
Dyer, Harold, 1934 




Edw3rds,John, 1946-47^^9 
[icher,Roberl,1961-62-63 
Eiseman,John,1918-19 
Ekezie,Obmna, 1996-97-98-9 
Elliott, Rodney, 1995-96-97-9 
Elmore, Len,1972-73-74 
Englebert,Erwin, 1944 
Ensor, Lionel, 1924-25-26 
Eskin,Neal, 1981 -82-83-84 
Etienne, Max, 1989-90 
Evans, Warren, 1933 
Evans, William, 1928-29-30 
Everett, Robert, 1953-54-55 




CTICNNE 



aber John 1924-25-26-27 



Farmer, Edward,1983 
Farrell, Shawn, 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, Jay, 1970 
Flynn,John, 1944-45-46 
Fothergill,Mark,1980,82-83-84 
Francis, Steve, 1999 
Franklin,James,1964-65-66 
Franklin, William, 1965-66 
Fuqua, Frank, 1955 




JOHNfLYNN 






Garrett, Ashton, 1941 
Gatlin.Keith, 1984-85-86, 88 
Gaylor, Robert, 1929-30 
Gibson, Lawrence, 1976-77-78-79 
Gilbert, H.D, 1919 
Gilmore,Jack,1941 
Gleasner,John,1946 
Gordley, Larry, 1972 
Graham, Ernest, 1978-79-80-81 
Greco, Ralph, 1952-53-54 
Greenspan, Gerald, 1 961 -62-63 
Gregg, David, 1986 
Groves,John,1924 
Guckeyson, Bill, 1935, 37 




K[ITHGATLIN 




Hahn,Matt,1997-98-99-00 
Hahn, Billy, 1974-75-76 
Hall, Irving, 1924 
Halleck, James, 1957-58-59 
Hammerlund,Robert,1937 
Hankin,Roben,1950 
Hardiman,Robert,1955-56-57 
Harrington, Joseph, 1965-66-67 
Hart, Robert, 1978-79 
Hathaway Jeff, 1978-79 
Headley, Coleman, 1938 
HeagyAI, 1928-29-30 
Heatley Jack, 1945 
Hell, George, 1940 
Heise, John, 1946-47 
Henderson, David, 1977, 1979-80 
Hess, Harry 1930-31 
Hetzel, Fred, 1928-29-30 
Hetzel, Will, 1968-69-70 
Hilden,Charles,1968-69-70 
Hipp, Exree, 1993-94-95-96 
Hisle,John,1932 
Hite, Kelly, 1997 
Hoffecker, Thomas, 1945 



PEKHOLBERT 



Holbert, Peter, 1981-82-83-84 

Holden,Tahj, 2000-01 

Hood, Steve, 1987-88 

Horn, Hechert, 1942 

Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 

Horton, Frank, 1992 

Housley, Samuel, NA 

Howard, Maurice, 1973-74-75-76 

Hughes, Harry, 1946 

Huntemann,Charles,1913-14 

Hunter,JoJo,1977-78 



Jackson, William, 1951 
Jackson, Reggie, 1979-80-81-82 
Jaeck, Paul, 1945 
James, Robert, 1942-43 
Jarmoska, George, 1941 
Jasikevidus, Sarunas, 1995-96-97-98 
Jelus, Paul, 1960-61-62 
Johnson, Edward, 1937-38-39 
Johnson, James,1951-52 
Johnson, John, 1986-87-88-89 
Johnson, Julius (Pete),1967-68-69 
Jones, Ihomas, 1985-86 
Jones, William, 1966-67-68 




WILLIAMJONCS 



Judd,Donny, 1994-95 



Kaluzienski,li«att, 1989-90 
Kann,R.S,1918 
Kaplan, Zev, 1955 
Karver, Mark, 1987-88 
Kassel, Steve, 1979-80-81 
Kasoff, Mitch, 1987-88-89-90 
Kebeck, Steve, 1970-71 
Keene, Robert, 1946 
Keller, Charles,1935-36-37 
Kelleher,Charles,1960-61-62 
Kerwin, Chris, 1992-93 
Kessler, Robert, 1954-55-56 
King, Albert, 1978-79-80-81 
Kinsman, James,1943 
Knepley George, 1937-38-39 
Knepley Robert, 1942 
Knode, Robert, 191 9 
Koffenberger,Dick,1950-51-52 
Kovarik, Matt, 1994-95-97-98 
Krukar, Pete, 1958-59-60 




UKISKERWIN 



I 



Ladd, Robert, 1957 
Lake, William, 1946 
Unn,Alvin,1948,50 

Leuci, Victor, 1954 

Levin,Julius,1933 

Levin, Morris,1952-53 

Levine, Frank, 1933 

Lewis, Cedric, 1988-89-90-91 

Lewis, Derrick, 1985-86-87-88 




(EDRKLCWIS 



lEBPNOTt: Billy Jones inked a scholarsliip with Maryland in 1 965 to become the first black basketball player in ACC history He was followed one year later by Pete Johnson. 






llUDl 



^S 





CIGHT COHSeCUTIVe NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 



ZOOI FINAL FOUR 



Lewis, Robert, 1964 
Linkous, Fred, 1926-27-28 
Long, Terry, 1984-85-86 
Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 
Lucas, Mario, 1993-94-95-96 
Luney, William, NA 



Newsome,John, 1975-76 
Nicholas, Drew, 2000-01 
Nofsinger, Michael, 1960-61-62 
Norris, John, 1930-31-32 
Nunle, Byron, 1943 



i 



MacOonald, Jan, 1968 
Mack, Ctiarles, 1949-50 
Madigan, George, 1928-29 30 

Magid, Brian, 1976-77 
Manis, George, 1951-52-53 
Manning, Greg, 1978-79-80-81 
Mardesich,Mike,1998-99-00-01 
Marshal, Alfred, NA 
Marshall, Ted, 1960-61-62 
Martin,Jesse, 1989-90 
Massenburg,Tony, 1986, 1988-89-90 
May, Charles, 1930-31-32 
Mayolo,Vinny, 1982-83-84-85-86 
Mays,H.W.,1911 
McCalL Calvin, 2000-01 
McCarthy, John, 1936-37-38 
McCoy, Teyon, 1987-88,90 
McCudy, Bruce, 1949 
McDonald, Robert, 1959, 61 
McDonald, Leib, 1941 
McGinnis, Wayne, 1957 
McHale,Richard,1971 
McLinton,Kevin,1990-91-92-93 
McMillen.Jay, 1965-66-67 
McMillen.Thomas, 1972-73-74 
McNeil.Charles, 1958-59 
McWilliams,Sarruel, 1963-64 
Mercer,Alvin, 1973-74 
Merna, James, 1956 
Michelson, Sheldon, 1967-68 
Miller, Danny.1999-00-01 
Miller, Thomas, 1966 
Milroy, Thomas, 1968-69-70 
Mobus, Paul, 1936-37 
Mondorf, Pershing, 1939-40 
Mont,Thomas, 1942-43, 47 
Moore, Dwight, 1953 
Moore, Perry, 1956-57-58 
Moran, Donald, 1951-52-53 
Morin,Matt,1990-91-92 
Morley,Greg'0ut(h',1979-80-81-82 
Morris, Alan,1972-73 
Morris, John, 1932 
Morris, Terence, 1998-99-00-01 
Morris, William, 1913-14 
Mouton, Byron 2001 
Mueller, Richard. 1954 
Mulitz, Milton, 1937-38,40 
Murphy, William, 1957-58-59 
Murray, Robert, 1947-48-49,55 
MustaUerrod, 1989-90 




Palmer, Bryan, 1983,85 
Parka Alvin, 1924 
Patton,Chris, 1975-76 
Pavlos,John, 1975-76-77 
Peck, Malvin, 1944. 47 
Peebles, Irving, 1924 
PetrovicNemanja, 1993 
Pinocci, Peter, 1946 
Pittman,Charles. 1981-82 
Pitzer.John, 1930-31 
Poling, William, 1945 
Porac, Richard, 1972-73-74 
Prins,Curtis,1957 
Profit, Laron, 1996-97-98-99 



Shultz,Kurtis, 1992-93-94-95 
Shumate, John, 1947 
Siegrist, Ronald, 1948-49 
Simpkins,Duane, 1993-94-95-96 
Simms, Harvey, 1939 
Smallwood. Lawrence. 1928-29 
Smith, Atman. 1997-98 
Smith, Bernard, 1948-49-50 
Smith, Garfield, 1991-92 
Smith, Joe. 1994-95 
Snyder. Robert.1933-34 
Sothoron. Norwood. 1934-35 
Stasiulatis. William, 1961-62-63 
Steiner, Carlton. 1942 
Steinman, Edward, 1964 
Stevens,James.l918 
Stevens. Myron, 1925-25-27 
Stieber, Fred, 1933 
Still.James. 1970-71 
Stobaugh. Richard. 1969 
Stokes. Terrell. 1996-97-98-99 
Stone.Junior,1918-19 
Strachan,John,1951 
Suder,George, 1964 
Suit. Jack, 1941 
Sullivan, William, 1969 
Supplee. William. 1924-25-26 
Sweeney Daniel. 1963 
Swelnam. Stan. 1974 




Radicc.Julius, 1928-29 30 

Ready, Michael, 1919 

Raitige.Alan.1992 

Raydo. Man. 1994-95-96-97 

Rea.William. 1938-39-40 

Reyes.Andre.1987 

Rhodes. Johnny, 1993-94-95-96 

Rivers, Steve,1981-82-83 

Robinson,Jonathan, 1980-81 

Roe, Matt. 1991 

Ronkin, Edward, 1930-31-32 

Rooney,Partick,1930 

Roy,Thomas, 1973-74-75 




MAnROC 



Taylor, Richard, 1949 
Thibeault, Mike, 1991-92-93 
Thomas, Fred, 1936-37 
Thurston, Robert. 1955 
Tillman.James. 1976-77 
Tomlinson, Chris, 1992-93-94-95 
Travis, Ernest, 1942-43 
Trimble. Japeth. 1972. 74 
Troxell. Walter. 1924-25-26 
Truax, Terry 1967-58 
TuH,J.J.,1914 
Turyn.Victor. 1946-47 
Tuschak, Richard, 19+4 




ERNESTTRAVIS 





Nadncik John, 1956-57 ! 
Nakannua, Jeff 1973 

NamlGreg. 1986-87-88- 
Neal.John, 1971-72 
Nevin, Phil, 1987 




Sandbower,John,1954-55-56 
Sanders, Harvey, 1970 
SchauflKdiartes, 1955-56 
Scheele. Thomas. 1935 
Schmidt, Francis. 1933 
Schroeder. David. 1951 
Schuerholz, Donald, 1942-43,47 
Schultz, Logan, 1938 
Shaffer, Richard, 1939 
Shanahan.Gerry,1960 
Sheppard, Steve, 1975-76-77 
Shrader, Eric, 1977-78-79 
Shue, Gene, 1952-53-54 




STEYESUEPPARD 




Veal,lfe!inini1}81-I 

Vincei^ 

Vincent, Rufus, 1932-33-34 



y[RMANVCAl 




Wainwright, Troy, 1988-89-90 
Walket,George,1933 
Walker, Rodney, 1988 
Waller, Edward, 1947 
Walsh, John, 1992-93 
Ward, Gary, 1964-65-66 
Watkins. Brian. 1997-98-99 
Walters, Albert, 1935-36-37 
Weber, George, 1933 
Webster, David, 1954-55 
Weidinger, Charles, 1940 
Weingarten,Julian, 1957-58 
Wharton,James,1941 
Wheeler, Waverly. 1936-37-38 
White. Joseph. 1942 
White, Howard, 1971-72-73 
Wilcox, Chris, 2001 
Wiles, F Michael, 1969-70 
Wiles, Peter, 1960 

Williams,Charles'Buck'.1979-80-81 
Williams, Gary, 1965-66-67 
Williams, Walt, 1989-90-91-92 
Wilson. Robert, 1931-32 
Wilson, Robert, 1960-61 
Wilson, len, 1913 
Winnemore, Augustine, 1929 
Wise. Richmond. 1964-55-56 
Woodward, Arthur, 1940-41 
Worthington, Charles, 1969 
Wright, Spencer, 1948-49 



GARYWILLIAMS 




Yates, Bi 

Yordy.R: 

Young, 

Young, Thomas,1953-54,58 

Yowell, Roy, 1934 



CURityVOUNG 




huel,1924 
),Jdn)eSt193S 
Zi2akDvicliibOk1993 



Hate: Thii tot includes players which appeared on rosters as 
well as some managers. 




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Jim O'Brien's last second shot as a sophomore in 197 1 helped Maryland upend No. 2-ranked South Carolina in a famous slow-down game which featured a 31-30 final score. 






CIGHT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAMCNT5 • ZOOI FINAL FOUR 






ALL TIHESTATISTKS 



87-88 


Archer, Rudy 


31 


1070 


134 


310 


43,2 


48 122 


39.3 


77 


100 


77.0 


15 


75 


2.4 


172 


86 


48 


38 


2 


393 


12.7 


53-54 


Atchisor), Ken 


6 







2 


0,0 





0.0 








0,0 








0.0 




















0.0 


65-68 


Avery, John 


59 




117 


248 


47.2 





0.0 


50 


67 


74.6 





68 


1.2 








59 








284 


4.8 


99-01 


Badu,Earl 


6 


7 





1 


0.0 





0.0 








0.0 





1 


0.3 


1 


1 














0.0 


78-82 


Baldwin, Taylor 


4 


26 


75 


123 


61,0 





0.0 


49 


77 


63.6 





167 


2.0 


20 





129 


5 


50 


199 


2.4 


61-64 


Barton, Joe 


38 




44 


101 


43.6 





0.0 


30 


47 


63.8 





109 


2.9 








71 








118 


3.1 


82-86 


Baxter, Jeff 


118 


1733 


214 


461 


46.4 


6 15 


40.0 


117 


161 


72.7 





116 


1.0 


196 





138 


46 


3 


551 


4.7 


98-01 


Baxter, Lonny 


103 


2367 


519 


933 


55.6 


3 4 


75.0 


284 


482 


58.9 


267 


710 


6.9 


68 


149 


305 


86 


158 


1325 


12.9 



82-86 


Bias, Len 


131 


4302 


838 


1562 


53.6 


3 


11 


27.3 


470 


591 


79.5 





745 


5.7 


168 





332 


84 


87 


2149 


16.4 


76-80 


Bilney.John 


88 




59 


133 


44.4 








0.0 


34 


73 


46.6 





197 


2.2 


41 





132 


28 


20 


152 


1.7 


99-01 


Blake, Steve 


71 


2150 


169 


419 


40.3 


74 


196 


37.8 


80 


114 


70,2 


42 


214 


3.0 


462 


238 


163 


128 


17 


492 


6.9 


69-72 


Blank, Charlie 


70 




185 


389 


47.6 








0.0 


63 


96 


65.6 





246 


3.5 


58 





124 








433 


6.2 


70-73 


Bodell,Bob 


88 




204 


387 


52.7 








0.0 


157 


217 


72.4 





228 


2.6 


241 





141 








565 


6.4 


93-97 


Booth, Keith 


126 


3869 


589 


1291 


45.6 


22 


105 


21.0 


576 


824 


69.9 


326 


916 


7.3 


296 


403 


407 


193 


72 


1776 


14.1 


93-94 


Bosnic, Nick 


28 


227 


31 


75 


41.3 


8 


23 


34.8 


12 


17 


70.6 


14 


41 


1.5 


13 


18 


25 


8 


4 


82 


2.9 


75-78 


Boston, Lawrence 


2 




438 


760 


57.6 








0.0 


131 


191 


68.6 





629 


7,7 


67 





261 


44 


48 


1007 


12.3 



73-74 
73-76 



90-92 
65-68 




Name 

Adkins.Jeff 
Alpert, Steve 
Anderson, Mike 
Archer, Rudy 
Atchison, Ken 
Avery, John 
Badu,Earl 
Baldwin, Taylc 
Barton, Joe 
Baxter, Jeff 
Baxter, lonny 
Bechtle, Jerry 
Bias, Len 
Bilney,John 
Blake, Steve 
Blank, Charii 
BodelLBob 
Booth, Keith 
Bosnic, Nick 
Boston, Law 
Bowen, Bob 
Boyle, John 
Branch. Adr 
Brayton, Ne 
BristolWay 
Broadnax.V 
Brooks, Ron 
Brotman, Di 
Brown, Darr 
Brown, Larr 
Brown, Owe 
Bryant, Bill 
BungcAl 
Burns, Evers 
Carlson, Phi 
Carpenter, C 
Cartwright, 
Cephas, LaR 
Chamberlai 
Cherry, Miki 
Clark, Jack 
Coleman, Bi 
Crawford, W 
Oanko,Geni 
Oavis,Brad 
Davis, Mike 
Davis, Nick 
DeCosmo, U 
Oickerson, [ 
Dilworth,B( 
Dixon, Juan 
Downing, Matt 
Dreschler, Rich 
DrieselL Chuck 
Dunlap,Don 
Eicher, Bob 
Ekezie,Obinr 
Elliott, Rodni 
Elmore, Len 
Etienne,Max 
Everett, Bob 
Farmer, Ed 
Feeney, Stevi 
Ferguson, SC' 
fields, Norm. 
Findreng.Toi 
Flowers, Jay 
FothergiILM 
Francis, Stevi 
Franklin, Bill 
Fuqua, frank 
Gatlin, Keith 
Gibson, Larry 
Graham, Ernest 
Greco, Ralph 
Greenspan, Jerry 



MIN 

3407 



pa 3PT 3PA 



OR TR AVe AST TO PF STi BLK PT5 AV6 



81-85 


Branch. Adrian 


13 


4179 


767 


1579 


48.6 


29 


81 


35.8 


454 


607 


74.8 





546 


4.4 


292 





372 


110 


50 


2017 


16.4 


63-66 


Brayton, Neil 


76 




278 


652 


42,6 








0.0 


157 


207 


75.8 





344 


4.5 








270 








713 


9.4 


91-95 


Bristol, Wayne 


100 


763 


87 


224 


38,8 


31 


101 


30.7 


60 


102 


58.8 


51 


101 


1.0 


60 


53 


82 


33 


9 


265 


2.6 


88-92 


Broadnax,Vince 


101 


2178 


210 


429 


49.0 





1 


0.0 


176 


242 


72.7 


137 


298 


3.0 


204 


141 


207 


88 


8 


596 


5.9 


53-54 


Brooks, Ronnie 


30 




29 


86 


33.7 








0.0 


24 


40 


60.0 








0.0 

















82 


2.7 


64-65 


Brotman, Don 


7 




2 


8 


25.0 








0.0 


4 


5 


80.0 





2 


0.3 








9 








8 


1.1 


70-73 


Brown, Darrell 


76 




148 


300 


49.3 








0.0 


62 


100 


62.0 





220 


2.9 


61 





108 








358 


4.7 


66-68 


Brown, Larry 


6 







2 


0.0 








0.0 








0.0 





1 


0.2 




















0.0 


72-75 


Brown, Owen 


87 




335 


690 


48.6 








0.0 


118 


159 


742 





440 


5.1 


68 





204 








788 


9.1 


76-79 


Bryant, Bill 


55 




160 


353 


45.3 








0.0 


91 


125 


72.8 





129 


2.3 


97 





90 


37 


18 


411 


7.5 


57-60 


BungcAl 


75 




339 


842 


40.3 








0.0 


257 


389 


66.1 





795 


10.6 

















935 


12.5 


89-93 


Burns, Evers 


113 


2548 


545 


1092 


49.9 


1 


4 


25.0 


224 


365 


61.4 


261 


634 


5.6 


101 


170 


288 


114 


64 


1315 


11.6 


62-65 


Carlson, Phil 


62 




119 


258 


461 








0,0 


62 


108 


57,4 





213 


3.4 








82 








300 


4.8 


60-63 


Carpenter, Connie 


58 




103 


239 


43.1 








0.0 


30 


40 


75.0 





105 


1.8 








28 








236 


4.1 


71-72 


Cartwright, Mark 


15 




45 


82 


54.9 








0.0 


20 


30 


66.7 





54 


3.6 


6 





20 








110 


7.3 


97-01 


Cephas, LaRon 


64 


275 


30 


81 


37.0 


4 


9 


44.4 


9 


22 


40.9 


16 


69 


1.1 


3 


14 


47 


5 


7 


73 


1.1 


89-91 


Chamberlain, Kevin 


7 


11 


1 


5 


20.0 








0.0 








0.0 


1 


1 


0.1 








1 








2 


0.3 


74-75 


Cherry, Mike 


4 




2 


3 


66.7 








0.0 








0.0 





4 


1.0 


1 














4 


1.0 


63-66 


Clark, Jack 


73 




133 


301 


44.2 








0,0 


141 


190 


74.2 





174 


2.4 








122 








407 


5.6 


82-84 


Coleman, Ben 


62 


2089 


376 


638 


58.9 








0,0 


193 


282 


68,4 





511 


8.2 


85 





211 


42 


75 


945 


15.2 


76-77 


Crawford, Mark 


16 




2 


9 


22.2 








0.0 


12 


13 


92.3 





4 


03 


2 





7 


2 


1 


16 


1.0 


56-59 


Danko,Gene 


58 




92 


245 


37.6 








0.0 


110 


155 


71,0 





138 


2.4 

















294 


5.1 


74-77 


Davis, Brad 


84 




386 


721 


53.5 








0.0 


254 


318 


79,9 





262 


3.1 


431 





247 


25 


12 


1026 


12.2 


76-78 


Davis, Mike 


45 




88 


189 


46.6 








0.0 


75 


114 


65.8 





286 


6.4 


16 





140 


21 


62 


251 


5.6 


95-58 


Davis, Nick 


79 




357 


809 


44.1 








0.0 


147 


204 


72.1 





263 


3.3 

















861 


10.9 


63-67 


DeCosmo, Mike 


46 




63 


211 


29.9 








0.0 


45 


56 


80.4 





88 


1.9 








78 








171 


3.7 


85-89 


Oickerson, Dave 


100 


2036 


193 


450 


42.9 


24 


80 


30.0 


105 


148 


70.9 


116 


334 


3.3 


140 


69 


264 


26 


34 


515 


5.2 


53-55 


Dilworth.Bob 


46 




63 


149 


42.3 








0.0 


40 


74 


54.1 





155 


3.4 

















166 


3.6 


98-01 


Dixon, Juan 


105 


2793 


551 


1178 


46.8 


147 


380 


38.7 


285 


344 


82.8 


150 


433 


4.1 


266 


266 


211 


240 


19 


1534 


14.6 



55-56 


Dunlap.Don 


16 




5 


13 


38,5 








0.0 


8 


14 


57.1 





20 


1.3 

















18 


1.1 


60-63 


Eicher, Bob 


66 




262 


646 


40.6 








0.0 


159 


219 


72.6 





320 


4.8 








109 








683 


10.3 


95-99 


Ekezie,Obinna 


118 


2830 


408 


815 


50.1 





12 


0.0 


356 


544 


65.4 


253 


671 


5.7 


104 


243 


355 


73 


125 


1172 


9.9 


94-98 


Elliott, Rodney 


123 


2227 


343 


704 


48.7 


43 


128 


33.6 


212 


309 


68.6 


198 


570 


4.6 


117 


141 


286 


64 


44 


941 


7.7 


71-74 


Elmore, Len 


86 




408 


836 


48.8 








0.0 


201 


278 


72.3 





1053 


12.2 


120 





210 








1017 


11.8 


88-90 


Etienne,Max 


n 


19 


5 


8 


62.5 








0.0 


2 


4 


50.0 


2 


3 


0.3 





1 


4 








12 


1.1 


53-55 


Everett, Bob 


54 




207 


446 


46.4 








00 


201 


309 


65.0 





250 


4.6 

















615 


11.4 


82-83 


Farmer, Ed 


20 


173 


20 


49 


40,8 





1 


0.0 


14 


22 


63.6 





44 


2.2 


3 





32 


4 


4 


54 


2.7 


66-67 


Feeney Steve 


6 




1 


3 


33.3 








0.0 


1 


2 


50.0 





1 


0.2 

















3 


0.5 


61-64 


Ferguson, Scott 


59 




144 


321 


44.9 








0.0 


78 


128 


60.9 





293 


5.0 








106 








366 


6.2 


95-99 


fields, Norman 


52 


167 


24 


65 


36.9 


6 


21 


28.6 


12 


17 


70.6 


15 


44 


0.8 


21 


17 


9 


12 


2 


66 


1,3 


69-70 


Findreng.Tommy 


1 










0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








2 











0.0 


69-71 


Flowers, Jay 


31 




36 


100 


36.0 








0.0 


42 


59 


71.2 





85 


2.7 


26 





41 








114 


3.7 


79-84 


FothergilLMark 


100 


1377 


146 


276 


52.9 


1 


5 


20.0 


115 


149 


77.2 





246 


2.5 


41 





225 


14 


16 


408 


4.1 


98-99 


Francis, Steve 


34 


1034 


205 


392 


52.3 


45 


116 


38.8 


124 


157 


79.0 


57 


154 


4.5 


152 


102 


95 


6 


95 


579 


17.0 


63-66 


Franklin, Bill 


49 




9 


27 


33.3 








0.0 


10 


16 


62.5 





11 


0.2 








28 








28 


0.6 


54-55 


Fuqua, frank 


15 




42 


108 


38.9 








0.0 


64 


87 


73.6 





118 


7.9 

















148 


9.9 



45 182 1198 11.9 
123 41 1607 13.6 



Earl Bodu has ployed six games in a Maryland uniform as he enters his senior season in 2001-02. 



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CIGHT CONSCCUTIVE NCAA TOURNAHCNTS 



200I FINAL FOUR 



Year 


Name 


85-86 


Gregg, David 


72-75 


Hahn, Billy 


96-00 


Hahn.Man 


56-59 


Halleck,Jim 


.75-76 


Hand, Pat 


54-57 


Mardiman.Bob 


64-67 


Harrington, Joe 


77-79 


Hart, Bob 


76-80 


Henderson, David 


68-70 


Hetzei,Will 


92-96 


Hipp, Exree 


95-96 


Hite, Kelly 


60-61 


Hodor, George 


80-84 


Holbert, Pete 


.99-01 


Holden,Tahi 


86-87 


Holland, Pat 


86-88 


Hood, Steve 


67-70 


Horst,Rod 


90-92 


Horton, frank 


72-76 


Howard, Maurice 


1 76-78 


Hunter, Jo 


■78-82 


Jackson, Reggie 


94-98 


Jasikevicius,Satunas 


59-62 


Jelus.Paul 


85-89 


Johnson. John 


66-69 


Johnson, Pete 


65-68 


Jones, Bill 


84-85 


Jones, Tom 


93-95 


Judd,Oonny 


88-90 


Kaluzienski,Man 


86-88 


Karver, Mark 


86-90 


KasoH, Mitch 


69-71 


Kebeck, Steve 


59-62 


Kelleher, Bruce 


91-93 


Kerwin, Chris 


53-56 


KesslerBob 


77-81 


King, Albert 


90-91 


Kjome, Eric 


93-98 


Kovarik,Man 


57-60 


Krukar, Pete 


67-68 


L3bonia,Gene 


84-85 


Lancaster, Wally 


62-65 


Lewis, Bob 


87-91 


Lewis, Cedric 


84-88 


Lewis, Derrick 


83-86 


Long, Terry 


55-56 


Love, John 


72-76 


Lucas, John 


92-96 


Lucas, Mario 


66-69 


MacDonaldJon 


75-77 


Magid, Brian 


77-81 


Manning, Greg 


97-01 


Mardesich, Mike 


59-62 


MarshalLTed 


53-54 


Martin, Bill 


88-90 


Martin, Jesse 


85-90 


Massenburg,Tony 


99-01 


McCall, Calvin 


86-90 


McCoy, Teyon 


58-61 


McDonald, Bob 


56-57 


McGinnis, Wayne 


90-91 


McGlone,Mark 


89-93 


McLinton, Kevin 


64-67 


McMillen,Jay 


71-74 


McMillen,Tom 


57-60 


McNeil, Charles 


62-65 


McWilliams,Sani 


98-01 


Miller, Danny 


67-70 


Milroy,Tom 


68-69 


Montgomery. Roger 


55-58 


Moore, Perry 


56-57 


Moorhead, Bob 


78-82 


Morley, Dutch 


97-01 


Morris,Terence 


0(^-01 


Mouton, Byron 


63-65 


Mueller Dick 


56-59 


Murphy Bill 


54-55 


Murray, Bob 


88-90 


Wustaf, Jerrod 


55-58 


Nacincik,John 


55-56 


Nardone,Bob 



FCA pa m 3PA 



OR TR AV6 



PF Sn BLK 



4 


100.0 


21 


61.9 


1242 


44.0 


1120 


46.8 


8 


25.0 


16 


18.8 


203 


40.9 


153 


46 4 



326 250 305 120 



43.4 








0.0 


46 


59 


166 


35 5 


41.0 








0.0 


37.9 








0.0 


52.9 








0.0 


43.5 


3 


9 


33.3 


50.0 


1 


1 


100.0 


47,1 


4 


10 


40.0 


23.8 


1 


8 


12.5 



81.3 





97 


65.4 





211 


73.3 


64 


234 


74.0 





357 


75 8 


49 


704 



279 


49.8 


1126 


39.1 


1673 


51.5 


20 


45.0 


169 


43.8 


108 


39,8 


2 


0.0 


10 


50.0 


36 


50.0 


416 


47.6 


1044 


54 


164 


53.0 



29 64 181 



33.3 





43 


54.5 


147 


424 


645 


120 


948 



320 

1266 
2058 



137 339 1458 11.5 



50 139 214 





4 


50.0 


234 


41.0 


4 


25.0 


256 


47.3 


1300 


49.6 


242 


50.8 


U 


30.8 


219 


32.9 


4 


25.0 



213 137 200 104 



229 274 319 167 



6 
364 


0.5 
3.0 



< 


1735 


12.8 




344 


9.6 


lu! 



Mike Mardesich set school records in 2000-0 1 by playing in his U7th game, all consecutive. Mardesich appeared in every game during his four year career at Maryland. 






67-69 
73-74 
96-99 
53-55 



EIGHT CONSCCUTIVe NCAA TOURNAHCNTS • 200I FINAL FOUR 



\^\ 



Year 


Name 


C 


MiN re 


FOA 


pa 


3PT 


3PA 


PCT 


FT 


FTA 


PU 


OR 


TR 


Ave 


AST 


TO 


PF 


STL 


BLK 


PTS 


AV6 


85-89 


Nared.Greg 


74 


131 


82 


224 


36,6 


32 


109 


29.4 


55 


74 


74.3 


16 


119 


1.6 


181 


90 


120 


59 


7 


251 


3.4 


70-72 


Neal.Jack 


36 




35 


69 


50.7 








0.0 


30 


52 


57.7 





89 


2.5 


4 





37 








100 


2.8 


86-87 


Nevin.Phil 


13 


3 


1 


2 


50,0 








0.0 


2 


9 


22.2 


5 


17 


1.3 


1 





7 


2 


2 


4 


0.3 


74-76 


Newsomejohn 


37 




29 


61 


47,5 








0.0 


32 


41 


78.0 





72 


1.9 


5 





29 








90 


2.4 


99-01 


Nicholas, Drew 


71 


114 


149 


324 


46.0 


65 


173 


37.6 


51 


76 


67.1 


26 


94 


1.3 


136 


76 


91 


38 


9 


414 


5.8 


59-62 


Nofsinger.Mike 


53 




45 


102 


44.1 








0.0 


25 


39 


64.1 





44 


0.8 








30 








115 


2.2 


69-70 


Norman, Steve 


10 




8 


16 


50.0 








0.0 


1 


3 


33.3 





4 


0.4 


2 





4 








17 


1.7 


54-57 


O'Brien, Bob 


74 




389 


957 


40.6 








0.0 


194 


271 


71.6 





422 


5.7 

















972 


13.1 


70-73 


0'Brien,Jim 


83 




467 


962 


48.5 








0.0 


301 


375 


80.3 





476 


5.7 


215 





217 








1235 


14,9 


82-85 


Palmer, Bryan 


24 


8 


1 


10 


10.0 








0.0 


13 


21 


61.9 





25 


1.0 


5 





16 


1 


4 


15 


0.6 


74-76 


Patton, Chris 


33 




52 


99 


52.5 








0.0 


36 


48 


75.0 





90 


2.7 


3 





47 








140 


4.2 


77-78 


Peterson, Bruce 


5 




3 


6 


50.0 








0.0 








0.0 





6 


1.2 


1 





1 








6 


1.2 


53-54 


Peterson, John 


15 




6 


18 


33.3 








0.0 


5 


8 


62.5 








0.0 

















17 


1.1 


92-93 


Petrovic, Nemanja 


10 


9 


13 


33 


39.4 








0.0 


12 


15 


80.0 


21 


33 


3.3 


3 


8 


17 





5 


38 


3.8 


80-82 


Pittman, Charles 


55 


138 


165 


261 


63.2 








0.0 


115 


167 


68.9 





289 


5.3 


26 





125 


27 


50 


445 


8.1 


71-74 


Porac, Rich 


69 




51 


120 


42.5 








0.0 


41 


59 


69.5 





30 


0.4 


112 





55 








143 


2.1 


86-87 


Powell, Ivan 


26 


32 


54 


116 


46.6 


23 


53 


43.4 


24 


26 


92.3 


10 


23 


0.9 


17 





25 


5 





155 


6.0 


67-69 


Prebula,John 


9 







1 


0.0 








0.0 








0.0 





4 


0.4 








1 











0.0 


95-99 


Profit, Laron 


125 


338 


583 


1229 


47.4 


105 


326 


32.2 


295 


430 


68.6 


181 


572 


4.6 


287 


317 


276 


251 


76 


1566 


12.5 


91-93 


Rainge,Alan 


13 


3f 


5 


12 


41.7 








0.0 


6 


10 


60.0 





3 


0,2 


2 


5 


3 








16 


1.2 


93-97 


Raydo,Matt 


38 


8 


6 


22 


27.3 


1 


11 


9.1 


to 


19 


52.6 


3 


12 


0.3 


17 


11 


12 


7 





23 


0.6 


86-87 


Reyes, Andre 


23 


15 


8 


21 


38.1 








0.0 


6 


7 


85.7 


13 


22 


1.0 


3 





16 


1 




22 


1.0 


92-96 


Rhodes, Johnny 


122 


407C 


684 


1482 


46.2 


186 


557 


33.4 


189 


315 


60.0 


285 


704 


5.8 


437 


291 


342 


344 


62 


1743 


14.3 


80-84 


Rivers, Steve 


82 


79! 


109 


221 


49.3 


22 


39 


56.4 


38 


62 


61.3 





42 


0.5 


54 





78 


8 




278 


3.4 


79-82 


Robinson, Jon 


24 


3 


17 


41 


41,5 








0,0 


16 


26 


61,5 





9 


0,4 


18 





14 


12 




50 


2.1 


90-91 


Roe, Matt 


28 


97 


170 


414 


41.1 


48 


156 


30.8 


109 


136 


80.1 


58 


154 


5.5 


72 


59 


53 


17 




497 


17.8 


72-75 


Roy, Tom 


86 




225 


416 


54.1 








0.0 


125 


200 


62.5 





586 


6.8 


61 





248 








575 


6.7 


53-56 


Sandbower,John 


69 




137 


363 


37.7 








0.0 


107 


161 


66.5 





342 


5.0 

















381 


5.5 


69-70 


Sanders, Harvey 


9 




2 


7 


28.6 








0.0 





1 


0.0 





3 


0.3 


2 





3 








4 


0.4 


54-56 


Schaufler,Orew 


40 




33 


113 


29.2 








0.0 


43 


61 


70.5 





142 


3.6 

















109 


2.7 


59-61 


Schroeder, Dave 


20 




1 


6 


16.7 








0.0 


1 


2 


50.0 





12 


0.6 

















3 


0.2 


57-60 


Shanahan, Jerry 


48 




37 


78 


47.4 








0.0 


38 


63 


60.3 





67 


1.4 

















112 


2.3 


74-77 


Sheppard, Steve 


76 




491 


927 


53.0 








0.0 


237 


329 


72.0 





582 


7.7 


99 





176 


27 


2 


1219 


16.0 


62-63 


Shively, Rudy 


11 




13 


23 


56.5 








0.0 


3 


8 


37.5 





16 


1.5 








6 








29 


2.6 


75-79 


Shrader.Eric 


35 




10 


23 


43,5 








0.0 


10 


19 


526 





2 


0.1 


6 





6 


2 





30 


0.9 


53-54 


Shue,6ene 


30 




237 


469 


50.5 








0.0 


180 


228 


78.9 








0.0 

















654 


21.8 


91-95 


Shultz,Kurtis 


67 


36 


27 


71 


38.0 


5 


12 


41.7 


17 


28 


60.7 


28 


71 


1.0 


13 


21 


34 


9 


3 


76 


1.1 


92-96 


Simpl(ins,Duane 


119 


319 


341 


765 


44.6 


130 


320 


40.6 


311 


383 


81.2 


37 


246 


2.1 


483 


325 


255 


120 


16 


1123 


9.4 


95-97 


Smith, Atman 


15 


3' 


7 


17 


41.2 


1 


7 


14.3 


2 


8 


25.0 


3 


11 


0.7 


4 


9 


6 


2 





17 


1.1 


90-92 


Smith, Garfield 


43 


108' 


190 


403 


47.1 


7 


33 


21.2 


75 


113 


66.4 


90 


249 


5.8 


53 


88 


132 


45 


22 


462 


10.7 


93-95 


Smith, Joe 


64 


209J 


451 


819 


55.1 


11 


26 


42.3 


377 


511 


73.8 


244 


683 


10.7 


62 


132 


175 


96 


190 


1290 


20,2 



60-63 


Stasiulatis.Bill 


53 




181 


433 


41.8 





0.0 


207 


279 


74.2 





237 


4.5 








72 








569 


10.7 


69-71 


Still, Sparky 


52 




227 


466 


48.7 





0.0 


112 


190 


58,9 





428 


8.2 


60 





153 








566 


10.9 


68-71 


Stobaugh, Dick 


42 




62 


163 


38.0 





0.0 


28 


39 


71.8 





120 


2,9 


3 





69 








152 


3.6 


95-99 


Stokes, Terrell 


128 


3461 


222 


519 


42.8 


89 235 


37.9 


145 


223 


65.0 


46 


304 


2.4 


593 


283 


294 


191 


29 


678 


5,3 


63-64 


Suder, George 


25 




137 


298 


46.0 





0.0 


53 


75 


70.7 





66 


2.6 








50 








327 


13,1 


67-69 


Sullivan, Bill 


24 




38 


84 


45.2 





0.0 


14 


29 


48.3 





54 


2.3 








32 








90 


3,8 


73-74 


Sv*etnam,Stan 


12 




7 


13 


53.8 





0.0 


2 


2 


100.0 





6 


0.5 


1 





2 








16 


1,3 


90-93 


Thibeault.Mike 


52 


185 


13 


51 


25.5 


5 25 


20.0 


17 


29 


58.6 


16 


37 


0.7 


23 


12 


38 


14 


2 


48 


0,9 


69-70 


Thomas, Al 


1 










0,0 





0,0 








0.0 








0.0 




















0,0 


75-77 


Tillman,James 


41 




91 


195 


46.7 





0.0 


45 


57 


78.9 





80 


2.0 


26 





57 


11 





227 


5.5 


71-74 


Trimble, Jap 


53 




136 


271 


50,2 





0.0 


62 


91 


68,1 





116 


2.2 


69 





90 








334 


6.3 


55-56 


Urbanik.John 


12 




9 


32 


28.1 





0.0 


7 


16 


43.8 





42 


3.5 

















25 


2.1 


80-84 


Veal, Herman 


103 


2672 


260 


518 


50.2 


1 


0.0 


220 


293 


75.1 





636 


6.2 


89 





265 


55 


19 


740 


7.2 


66-67 


Veith, Dennis 


7 










0.0 





0.0 








0,0 








0.0 








1 











0.0 


54-55 


Vodopia,Mark 


10 







4 


0.0 





0.0 


2 


3 


66.7 





2 


0.2 

















2 


0.2 


87-90 


Walker, Rodney 


21 


107 


14 


26 


53.8 





0.0 


5 


11 


45.5 


8 


19 


0.9 


2 


14 


15 


2 


1 


33 


1.6 


91-93 


Walsh,John 


48 


379 


37 


103 


35.9 


5 15 


33.3 


38 


49 


77.6 


35 


76 


1.6 


18 


16 


48 


13 


3 


117 


2.4 


63-66 


Ward, Gary 


65 




450 


972 


46.3 





0.0 


194 


248 


78.2 





615 


9.5 








182 








1094 


16.8 




Soto.Geno 
Stasiulatis, 
Still, Spark) 
Stobaugh, 
Stokes, Terr 
Suder, Geoi 
Sullivan, Bi 
Sv*etnam,l 
Thibeault.l 
Thomas, Al 
Tillman,Jai 
Trimble, Ja| 
Urbanik.Jo 
Veal.Herm 
Veith, Denr 
Vodopia, M 
Walker, Ro( 
Walsh,Johi 
Ward, Gary 
Warren, Homer 
Washington, Wilson 
Watkins, Brian 
Webster, Dave 
Weingarten, D 
White, Donald 
White, Hovi^arc 
Wilcox, Chris 
Wiles, Mickey 
Williams, Briar 
Williams, Buck 
Williams, Gary 
Williams, Steve 
Williams,\ 
Wilson, Bo 
Wise, Rick 
Woods, Ed 
Worstell,T 
Worthing! 
Yates, Barr 
Yoho,Tom 
Young, Curley 
Young, Tom 
Zizakovic, Lubo 



56-59 


Weingarten, Doc 


53 




39 


92 


42.4 


0-0 


60 


81 


74.1 





105 


2.0 

















138 


2.6 


72-73 


White, Donald 


14 




5 


11 


45.5 


0.0 


2 


4 


50.0 





5 


0.4 


1 





9 








12 


0.9 


70-73 


White, Hovi^ard 


76 




293 


680 


43.1 


0.0 


128 


186 


68.8 





160 


2.1 


155 





101 








714 


9.4 


00-01 


Wilcox, Chris 


34 


294 


51 


88 


58.0 


0.0 


20 


33 


60.6 


26 


73 


2.1 


16 


19 


44 


6 


18 


122 


3.6 


68-70 


Wiles, Mickey 


52 




187 


474 


39.5 


0.0 


186 


254 


73.2 





91 


1.8 


135 





181 








560 


10.8 


87-88 


Williams, Brian 


29 


813 


156 


260 


60.0 


0.0 


51 


76 


67.1 


74 


173 


6.0 


22 


68 


90 


17 


36 


363 


12.5 


78-81 


Williams, Buck 


85 


1080 


446 


725 


61.5 


0.0 


261 


419 


62.3 





928 


10.9 


76 





258 


75 


86 


1153 


13.6 



45.0 
66.7 



rvj 88-92 


Williams, Walt 


105 


3189 


583 


1251 


46.6 


154 


429 


35.9 


384 


504 


76.2 


160 


478 


4.6 


410 


377 


340 


175 


81 


1704 


16.2 


58-61 


Wilson, Bob 


52 




96 


232 


41.4 








0.0 


65 


94 


69,1 





209 


4,0 

















257 


4.9 


70 63-66 


Wise, Rick 


76 




274 


576 


47.6 








0.0 


170 


261 


65.1 





431 


5.7 








181 








718 


9.4 


'" 84-85 


Woods, Ed 


5 










0.0 








0.0 


3 




42.9 





3 


0.6 








1 








3 


0.6 


86-87 


Worstell,Tom 


8 


13 








0.0 








0.0 


2 




100.0 








0.0 

















2 


0.3 


68-69 


Worthington, Chuck 


26 




46 


105 


43.8 








0.0 


51 


67 


76.1 





100 


3.8 








54 








143 


5.5 


^*it~- 70-71 


Yates, Barry 


26 




141 


318 


44.3 








0.0 


60 


83 


72.3 





224 


8.6 


53 





77 








342 


13.2 



Can Williams' playing career as a Maryland point guard featured 74 games with a 4.5-point career scoring average 




CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC 

mS INTHE NBA 



Keith Booth 

Chicago Bulls, 1998-99 

Lawrence Boston 

Washington Bullets, 1980 

Adrian Branch 

Los Angeles Lakers, 1987 
New Jersey Nets, 1988 
PortlandTrail Blazers, 1989 
Minnesota Timberwolves, 1 990 

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 

NewYorkKnicks,1983 

ObinnaEkezie 

Vancouver Grizzlies, 2000 
Washington Wizards, 2000-01 
Dallas Mavericks, 2001 
Los Angeles Clippers, 2002-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 Orleans Jazz, 1977 

Albert King 

New Jersey Nets, 1982-87 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1988 
San Antonio Spurs, 1989 

John Lucas 

Houston Rockets, 1977-78; 1985-86; 1990 
Golden State Warriors, 1979-81 
Washington Bullets, 1982-83 
San Antonio Spurs, 1984 
Milwaukee Bucks, 1987-88 
Seattle SuperSonics, 1989 




/(e/rt fioof/) WAS a part of an NBA championship while playing with the Chicago Bulls 




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CI6HT CONSCCUTIVC NCAA 

Tony Massenburq 

San Antonio Spurs, 1991 
Charlotte Hornets, 1992 
Boston Celtics, 1992 
Golden State Warriors, 1992 
L.A. Clippers, 1994-95 
Toronto Raptors, 1995-96 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1996 
New Jersey Nets, 1996-1997 
Vancouver/Memphis Grizzlies, 1 999, 

2000-present 
Houston Rockets, 1999-2000 

Tom McMillen 

Buffalo Braves, 1976-77 
NewYorkKnicks,1977 
Atlanta Hawks, 1978-83 
Washington Bullets, 1984-85 

Terence Morris 

Houston Rockets, 2002-present 

Jerrod Mustaf 

NewYorkKnicks,1991 
Phoenix Suns, 1992-1994 

Jim O'Brien 

NewYork Nets, 1974 
Memphis Sounds (ABA), 1975 

Charles Pittman 

Phoenix Suns, 1983-86 

Laron Profit 

Washington Wizards, 2000-2001 

Steve Sheppard 

Chicago Bulls, 1978-79 
Detroit Pistons, 1979 

GeneShue 

Philadelphia Warriors, 1955 
New York Knicks, 1955-56; 1963 
FortWayne Pistons, 1957 
Detroit Pistons, 1958-62 
Baltimore Bullets, 1964 

Joe Smith 

Golden State Warriors, 1995-97 
Philadelphia 76ers, 1998 
Minnesota Timberwolves, 1998-2000, 

2002-present 
Detroit Pistons, 2001 

Bucl( Williams 

New Jersey Nets, 1982-89 
Portland Trail Blazers, 1990-96 
New York Knicks, 1997-99 

Walt Williams 

Sacramento Kings, 1992-96 
Miami Heat, 1996 
Toronto Raptors, 1996-98 
Portland Trail Blazers, 1998-99 
Houston Rockets, 1999-present 




1[(!PN0T£: kW eyes on former Terps in the NBA now lead to Houston, where Steve Francis, Terence Morris and Walt Williams all ply their trade with the Rockets. 



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ZOOt FINAL FOUR 




m 



KRPSHBA DRAFT HISTORY 



GeneShue 






1954 
1955 


NBA Coach Of The Year -1969, 1982 


1958 


Year 


Team 


Record 


Postseason 




1966-67 


Baltimore Bullets 


16-40 




1960 


1967-68 


Baltimore 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 


1963 


1971-72 


Baltimore Bullets 


38-44 


Eastern Conf. Semis 


1966 


1972-73 


Baltimore Bullets 


52-30 


Eastern Conf. Semis 


1967 


1973-74 


Philadelphia 76ers 


25-57 






1974-75 


Philadelphia 76ers 


34-48 






1975-76 


Philadelphia 76ers 


46-36 




1970 


1976-77 


Philadelphia 76ers 


50-32 




1971 


1977-78 


Philadelphia 76ets 


2-4 




1973 


1978-79 


San Diego Clippers 


43-39 






1979-80 


San Diego Clippers 


35-47 






1981-82 


Washington Bullets 


39-43 


EastemConf.Semis 




1982-83 


Washington Bullets 


42-40 




1974 


1983-84 


Washington Bullets 


35-47 


Eastern Conf 1st Rd 




1984-85 


Washington Bullets 


40-42 


Eastern Conf. 1st Rd. 


1975 


1985-86 


Washington Bullets 


32-37 


Eastern Conf 1st Rd 




1987-88 


Los Angeles Clippers 


17-65 




1976 


1988-89 


los Angeles Clippers 


10-28 






BULLETS TOTALS 


522-505 


.510 






76ERS TOTALS 


157-177 


.470 


1977 




CLIPPERS TOTALS 


105-179 


.348 


1978 




NBA TOTALS 


784-861 


.477 


1979 


John Lucas 






1981 


Year 


Team 


Record 


Postseason 




1992 


Miami Tropics (USBL) 


24-4 


USBL Champions 




1993 


Miami Tropics (USBL) 


14-5 


USBL Champions 




1992-93 


San Antonio Spurs 


39-22 


Westem Conf Semis 


1982 


1993-94 


San Antonio Spurs 


55-27 


Western Conf 1st Rd. 


1984 


1994-95 


Philadelphia 76ers 


24-58 






1995-96 


Philadelphia 76ers 


18-64 






2001-02 


Cleveland Cavaliers 


Named Coach on June 19,2001 


1985 




SPURS TOTALS 


94-49 


.658 




76ERS TOTALS 


42-122 


.256 


1986 




TROPICS TOTALS 


38-9 


.809 


1988 




OVERALL TOTALS 


174-180 


.491 


1990 




All-Time Draft Picks 

Year Selection (Round, Team) 

Gene Shue (1st Round,#3 overall, Philadelphia) 

Bob Kessler(2nd/Fort Wayne) 

John Nacincil< (3rd/Syracuse) 

Nid Davis (llth/Philadelphia) 

AlBunge (1st, #7 overall/Philadelphia 

Charlie McNeil (6th/NewYorl() 

Jerry Bechtle(16th/New York) 

Jerry Greenspan (3rd/Syracuse) 

Gary Ward (6th/Boston) 

Jay McMillen(9th/L.A. Lakers) 

Joe Harrington (Uth/Boston) 

Will Hetzel (9th/Baltimore) 

Barry Yates (8th/Philadelphia) 

Jim O'Brien (3rd/Portland) 

BobBodelldOth/Seattle) 

Howard White (14th/Washington) 

Tom McMillen ( 1 st, #9 overall/Buffalo) 

Len Elmore (lst/#13 overall/Washington) 

Tom Roy (3rd/Portland) 

Owen Brown (9th/Phoenix) 

John Lucas (lst,#1 overall/Houston) 

Maurice Howard (2nd/Cleveland) 

Brad Davis (1 st,#1 5 overall/L.A. Lakers) 

Larry Boston (4th/Washington) 

Larry Gibson (3rd/Milwaukee) 

Buck Williams ( 1 st, #3 overall/New Jersey) 

Albert King (1st,#10 overall/New Jersey) 

Ernest Graham (3rd/Philadelphia) 

Greg Manning (7th/Denver) 

Charles Pittman (3rd/Phoenix) 

Ben Coleman (2nd/Chicago) 

Herman Veal (6th/Phoenix) 

Mark Fothergill (8th/Phoenix) 

Adrian Branch (2nd/Chicago) 

Len Bias (1st, #2 overall/Boston) 

Derrick Lewis (3rd/Chicago) 

JerrodMustaf(1st,#17 overall/New York) 

Tony Massenburg (2nd/San Antonio) 

WaltWilliams (1st, #7 overall/Sacramento) 

Evers Burns (2nd/Sacramento) 

Joe Smith (lst,#l overall/Golden State) 

Keith Booth ( 1 st, #28 overall/Chicago) 

Steve Francis (1st, #2 overall/Vancouver) 

Obinna Ekezie (2nd/Vancouver) 

Laron Profit (2nd/Orlando) 

Terence Morris (2nd/Atlanta) 



First Round Draft Picks 






Player, Team 


Year 


Number 


Gene Shue, Philadelphia 


1954 




AlBunge, Philadelphia 


1960 




Tom McMillen, L.A. Lakers 


1974 




Len Elmore, Washington 


1974 


13 


John Lucas, Houston 


1976 




Brad Davis, L.A. Lakers 


1977 


15 


Buck Williams, New Jersey 


1981 




Albert King, New Jersey 


1981 


10 


Len Bias, Boston 


1986 




JerrodMustaf, New York 


1990 


17 


Walt Williams, Sacramento 


1992 




Joe Smith, Golden State 


1995 




Keith Booth, Chicago 


1997 


28 


Steve Francis, Vancouver 


1999 


2 


Terps Drafted By Round 






First Round 


14 




Second Round 


9 




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 





/n t/ie W6/1 imfl, Maryland has had the No. 1 pick twice (John Lucas and Joe Smith), the No. 2 pick twice (Len Bias and Steve Francis) and the No. S pick twice (dene Shue and Buck Williams). 




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MPSIN THE NBA DRAFT 



Buoyed by three first and second round draft picks from Wash- 
ington, D.C.'s MCI Center at the 1999 NBA Draft, Maryland and Gary 
Williams have asserted themselves in recent years among the most 
prominent schools in developing NBA talent. 

Including 2001 seniorTerence Morris.drafted in the second round 
by the Atlanta Hawks and immediately traded to the Houston Rock- 
ets to rejoin former college teammate Steve Francis,Maryland boasts 
six NBA draft picks in the last seven seasons. 

What's more, Francis, the No. 2 pick in that '99 draft, vi^ent on to 
become the NBA's Co-Rookie ofthe Year. Joining Francis in the '99 
draft bonanza were teammates Obinna Ekezie and Laron Profit, giv- 
ing the Terps three selections in a single draft for only the fourth time 
in school history. Chosen by the Vancouver Grizzlies to give Maryland 
three lottery selections 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 1999-00,and was the second-leading rookie 
scorer with 1 8 points per game. 

Speculation raged before the'99draftthat the Chicago Bulls, with 
the No. 1 overall selection, would select Francis. Had Francis been the 
No. 1 overall selection, Maryland would have become the first school 
in NBA history to have three No. 1 selections. Previously, John Lucas 
was the top pick by the Houston Rockets in 1 976 and Joe Smith was 
picked first by the Golden State Warriors in 1995. 

The Terps' 1 999 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 
Williams. Overall, five Maryland players and seven overall since 1987 
have played for Gary Williams and become first-round draft picks with 
guaranteed contracts. 

Since Williams' arrival at Maryland to begin the 1990 season, a 
total of 1 1 players (an average of one per season) have begun their 
professional careers as NBA draft choices. During his career, an in- 
credible total of 24 players (an average of more than one per year) 
have been NBA draft choices. 

Maryland's Lottery History 

Teams With Two No. 1 0verall Picks 

MarylandJohn Lucas, 1976;Joe Smith, 1995 
Georgetown: Patrick Ewing, 1 985; Allen Iverson, 1 996 
Houston: Elvin Hayes, 1968; Hakeem Olajuwon, 1984 
Michigan: Cazzie Russell, 1 966; Chris Webber, 1 993 
No. Carolina: James Worthy, 1 982; Brad Daugherty, 1 985 
Purdue: Joe Barry Carroll, 1 980; Glenn Robinson, 1 994 
UCLA: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1 969; Bill Walton, 1 974 



Most All-Time Lottery Picks 




Tl. Duke (8) 


Til. Arkansas (3) 


North Carolina (8) 


Cincinnati (3) 


3. Michigan (7) 


Connecticut (3) 


T4. Arizona (5) 


Kansas (3) 


Georgetown (5) 


Louisville (3) 


Kentucky (5) 


Memphis (3) 


UNLV(5) 


NC State (3) 


T8. Maryland (4) 


Utah (3) 


California (4) 




Georgia Tech (4) 







Gary Williams' NBA Draft Picks 


2000 Terence Morris 


Maryland/Houston Rockets 


1999 Steve Francis 


MarylandA/ancouver Grizzlies 


Obinna Ekezie 


Maryland/Vancouver Grizzlies 


Laron Profit 


Maryland/Odando Magic 


1997 Keith Booth 


Maryland/Chicago Bulls 


1995 Joe Smith 


Maryland/Golden State Warriors 


1993 Evers Burns 


Maryland/Sacramento Kings 


1992 Jim Jackson* 


Ohio State/Dallas Mavericks 


Walt Williams 


Maryland/Sacramento Kings 


1990 JerrodMustaf 


Maryland/New York Knicks 


Tony Massenburg 


Maryland/San Antonio Spurs 


1989 DanaBarros 


Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 


Jay Burson 


Ohio State/San Antonio Spurs 


Chris Jent 


Ohio State/Chicago Bulls 


1987 Dennis Hopson 


Ohio State/New Jersey Neti 


1986 Dominic Pressley 


Boston College/Seattle SuperSonics 


1985 Michael Adams 


Boston College/Sacramento Kings 


Stu Primus 


Boston College/Indiana Pacers 


1984 Martin Clark 


Boston College/Philadelphia 


Jay Murphy 


Boston College/Golden State 


1983 JohnGarris 


Boston College/Cleveland Cavaliers 


Ron Crevier 


Boston College/Chicago Bulls 


Gordon Austin 


American/Philadelphia 76ers 


Boo Bowers 


American/Cleveland Cavaliers 


* recruited to Ohio State by Gary Williams 


Gary Williams' NBA First Round 


Draft Picks 




1999 Steve Francis (#2 overall) MarylandA/ancouver Grizzlies 


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


1995 Joe Smith (#1 overs 


II) Maryland/Golden State Warriors 


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


1992 WaltWilliams (#7 overall) Maryland/Sacramento Kings 


1990 JerrodMustaf (#17 


overall) Maryland/New York Knicks 


1987 Dennis Hopson (#3 


overall) Ohio State/New Jersey Nets 



Maryland is eighth on the NBA list for schools producing the most lottery picl(s in league history 



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INI^I^SECTION 

University of Maryland 176 

Schools and Colleges 178 

Distinguished Alumni ISn 

President CD. Mote Jr 

A.O. Deborah A.Yow IS; 

Athletics Administration 183 

Academic Support & Career Development 186 

Sports Medicine 

Strength & Conditioning 190 

Terrapin Club 191 

Major Gifts Fundralsing 192 

The M Club 192 

Athletics Staffand Coaches Directory 193 

Terpson the Air 196 

Media Information 197 

TV/Radio Chart 200 







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ZIST CENTURY 

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• Member, Assoc, of American Universities (AAU) 

- Flagship of the University System of Maryland 

•NCAA Division I Athletics 






"Strive for clarity, but accept and understand ambiguity. " 

That phrase captures one way in which an educated person approaches the world and its challenges. Students who graduate from the 
University of Maryland have been exposed to the tools that allow them to put that perspective to work. Imparting such a perspective may bean 
ambitious project for undergraduate education, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great university's goals for its students. 
Thirteen years ago, Promises to Keep, a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, articulated those goals so eloguently we repeat them here. 

Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a 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." 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human values," "celebrate tolerance and fairness,""contribute to the social 
conscience,""monitor and assess private and collective assumptions,"and"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 and computation proficiently, reason mathematically, 
generate clear questions and find probable arguments, reach substantiated conclusions, and accept ambiguity." 

And we also hope you enjoy the journey. 




OFMARYLAND 



The Campus 

The University of Maryland, College Park is the 
most comprehensive institution of higher educa- 
tion, 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 research 
universities that are members of the prestigious 
58-member Association of American Universities. 
It is classified as a Research-I university by the 
Carnegie Foundation by virtue of the range of its 
baccalaureate programs, the amount of federal 
support received and the number of doctoral de- 
grees awarded each year,sharing that honor with 
the top research universities in the country. 

Among the public universities in the Associa- 
tion of American Universities, Maryland ranl(s 
among the top in percentage of African-Ameri- 
can undergraduate students.ln addition,ihe 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, College 
Park was designated as the flagship institution 
for the University System of Maryland. As well as 
pursuing a serious research mission and continu- 
ing its high level of service to the state, the uni- 
versity rededicated 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 ex- 
pansion of the University Honors Program; the 
genesis of Honors Humanities and Gemstone;the 
creation of CORE,the general education program; 
and the establishment of the Center for Teaching 
Excellence all affirmed the legislature's designa- 
tion of flagship. 

Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University of 
Maryland library system:McKeldin (main) Library, 
Architecture Library, Art Library, Engineering and 
Physical Sciences Library, Hornbake Library, Per- 
forming Arts Library, White Memorial (Chemistry) 
Library. 

These libraries constitute the largest univer- 
sity research library institution in the Washing- 
ton metropolitan area, providing vital resources 
to researchers, visiting scholars, and businesses 
throughout the region. The libraries' holdings in- 
clude more than 2.5 million volumes,24,000 sub- 
scriptions to periodicals and nearly 5 million items 
available in microfilm format. 

Research 

Opportunities for conducting research abound 
at the University of Maryland, College Park, and 
in the surrounding area, both for faculty to ad- 
vance their own expertise and bring their insights 



into the classroom, and for students to begin their 
exploration of their special interests with practi- 
cal experience. On campus, special facilities and 
a number of organized research centers, bureaus, 
and institutes promote the acquisition and analy- 
sis of new knowledge in the arts, sciences and ap- 
plied fields. 

The university's enviable location — just nine 
miles from downtown Washington, D.C.,and ap- 
proximately 30 miles from both Baltimore and 
Annapolis — enhances the research of its fac- 
ulty and students by providing access to some of 
the finest libraries and research centers in the 
country. 

Service 

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

With more than 90 high technology firms in 
the three-county area of Montgomery, Prince 
George's and Frederick counties, the university 
has found abundant opportunity to extend its 
business and technology outreach programs to 
the region. Many of these programs are part of 
the Engineering Research Center, which operates 
the Technology Advancement Program and the 
Maryland Industrial Partnerships, programs de- 
signed to provide Maryland entrepreneurs and 
small businesses with research facilities, techni- 
cal assistance,administrativesupport,and access 
to technology that will advance their economic 
base. 

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

The University of Maryland features a diver- 
sity of cultural and recreational activities.Fourart 
galleries, more than 200 annual musical perfor- 
mances and countless dance and theater produc- 
tions, expose audiences to the broadest range of 
programs in the arts.Additionally intercollegiate, 
club and intramural sports provide students of all 
levels an opportunity to participate as spectators 
or athletes. 

A Wired World 

Students at the University of Maryland are 
part of an academic community that enjoys free 
access to networked computer resources and fa- 
cilities that are among the best in the country. 
Free computer accounts enable users to store 
class work on a networked server, download 
classroom support materialsand other electronic 
information from campus networked resources 
such as inforM,or send electronic mail to faculty, 
fellow students or friends at other universities. 







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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a variety of academic programs that 
apply science, management, design and engineering to improve the world in which we live and 
work. Feeding the world population, developing scientifically-based land-use practices and poli- 
cies,understanding animal and plant biology, improving nutrition and its effects on human health, 
and profitably managing farms and agribusinesses in harmony with ecosystems are all vital con- 
cerns of the college. 

School of Architecture 

The School of Architecture offers a 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 com- 
prehensive instruction from a faculty whose members are active in professional practice or re- 
search. Many faculty members have distinguished themselves across the professional spectrum 
and represent different approaches to architectural design. The B.S. degree in architecture will 
qualify graduates to pursue a career in any number of fields, such as construction, real estate de- 
velopment, public administration, or historic preservation, or to continue in graduate work in pro- 
fessional 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 broad range of fields. 

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences 

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is comprised of a diverse group of disciplines and 
fields of study all of which emphasize a broad liberal arts education as the foundation for under- 
standing the environmental, social and cultural forces that shape our world. Disciplines in the be- 
havioral and social sciences use approaches that range from the scientific to the philosophical, 
from the experimental to the theoretical. 

Robert M. Smith School of Business 

The Robert H. Smith School of Business recognizes the importance of education in business 
and management to economic, social, and professional development through profit and non-profit 
organizations at the local, regional, national and international levels.The faculty are scholars, teach- 
ers, and professional leaders with a commitment to superior education in business and manage- 
ment,specializing in accounting,finance,decision and information sciences, management science 
and statistics, management and organization, marketing, logistics and transportation, and busi- 
ness and public policy. 

College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences 

The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences contributes very substantially 

and effectively to the re- 
search activities of the 
University of Maryland. 
This college is like a tech- 
nical institute within a 
large university.Students 
majoring in any one of 
the disciplines encom- 
passed by the college 
have the opportunity to 
obtain an outstanding 
education in their field. 





College of Education 

The College of Education is a professional college committed to advancing the science and art 
of teaching/learning.including the practices and processes that occur from infancy through adult- 
hood in both school and non-school settings. The college's mission is to provide preparation for 
current and future teachers, counselors, administrators, educational specialists, and other related 
educational personnel, and to create and disseminate the knowledge needed by professionals and 
policy makers in education and related fields. 

A. James Clark School of Engineering 

The mission of the A.James Clark School of Engineering is to provide quality engineering edu- 
cation, with sufficient scope to include both fundamental and specialized engineering training, so 
that graduates are 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 Hu- 
man Performance provides 
preparation leading to the bach- 
elor of science degree in the fol- 
lowing professional areas: physi- 
cal education (K-1 2), health edu- 
cation (school and community), 
and family studies. The college 
also offers curricula in kinesio- 
logical sciences and safety educa- 
tion. In addition, each depart- 
ment offers a wide variety of courses for all university students. 

Philip Merrill College of Journalism 

Located just nine miles from the nation's capital and 30 miles from the bustling commercial 
port of Baltimore, the Philip Merrill College of Journalism is one of six comprehensive journalism 
schools in the 10 states stretching from New York to Virginia — the nation's most populous region. 
But the college has much more than geography going for it.The National Assessment of Journal- 
ism Education by the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia University designated the 
college one of "Eleven Exemplary Journalism Schools" nationwide. 

College of Information Studies 

The College of Information Studies offers degree programs for individuals interested in careers 
in information services and management.At the master's level, students may specialize in several 
fields, including archival studies, geographic information systems, health information services, 
school library media services and science and technology information systems. 

College of Life Sciences 

The College of Life Sciences offers educational opportunities for students in subject matters 
relating to living organisms and their interaction with one another and with the environment. 
Programs of study include those involving the most fundamental concepts of biological science 
and chemistry and the use of knowledge in daily life, as well as 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 careers in public service. Five disciplines are emphasized:finance, statistics, econom- 
ics, politics, and ethics. Students specialize in international security and economic policy, public 
sector financial management, environmental policy, or social policy. 



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Did You Know? 

In 1991, Maryland had one program listed among Top 25 
entrants in the t/.S. A/ews & World Report Rankings. Mary- 
land now has 60 programs ranked among the nation's elite. 

A report card published in Technology Review rated the top 
U.S. universities in their questfor intellectual property,com- 
mercial partners and profits. Johns Hopkins University and 
the University of Maryland (28th) were the Mid-Atlantic 
(Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia) schools 
to make the "campus patenting" top 50 list. 

Black Issues In Higher Education ranked the university 12th 
in graduating black males with baccalaureate degrees in all 
disciplines. (Maryland is second among non-historically 
black schools.) Maryland is 23rd in black male undergradu- 
ate enrollment figures among all schools. 

The Wall Street Journal ranked the Robert H.Smith School of 
Business No. 1 3 among the world's business schools. Mary- 
land is the top-ranked school in the Mid-Atlantic region 
(Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia). The Fi- 
nancial Times of London ranked the Robert H. Smith School 
of Business No.4 in information technology, No.6 in faculty 
research and No. 7 in entrepreneurship. 

In the only undergraduate program rankings released by U.S. 
News & World ffeport-business and engineering-both the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business (No. 21 ) and A. James 
Clark School of Engineering (No.22) were ranked among the 
top 25. In business, the management information systems 
specialty was No. 7; entrepreneurship No. 1 2; general man- 
agement specialty No. 21; e-commerce No. 8; human re- 
sources specialty No. 10. in engineering, the aerospace/aero- 
nautical/astronautical specialty was No. 11 . 

An economic impact study conducted by the economists 
with the Jacob France Center, an applied economics analysis 
center at the University of Baltimore,concluded that the Uni- 
versity of Maryland generates $5.93 of economicactivity for 
every dollar appropriated by the General Assembly, for a to- 
tal statewide effect of nearly $1.8 billion. 

Maryland appointed William Phillips, a Nobel laureate in 
physics, to its faculty during the spring. Phillips will estab- 
lish aworld-classatomic,molecul3rand optical physicsgroup 
on campus. The Philip Merrill College of Journalism now has 
five Pulitzer Prize winners on its faculty. A sixth faculty mem- 
ber, Eugene Roberts, directed the Philadelphia Inguirer to 
multiple Pulitzer's as managing editor. 



NO BETTER PLACE TO BE 

More, Better Students Want To Go To Maryland 



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The University of Maryland has boasted its best freshman class ever for each of the last 1 years,and the entering freshmen for 2001 
are no exception.The academic credentials - high school grades and SAT scores - are again the best ever. And more of those accepted by 
Maryland are now choosing to enroll here. 

The average GPA for freshmen who enrolled in fall 2001 was 3.72, compared with 3.0 in 1 990. SAT . , 

scores of the middle 50 percent are 1 1 80 to 1 330, up from 980- 
11 50 in 1990. 

What is more remarkable this year is how the university's suc- 
cesses in establishing quality programs - academic and athletic 
- and cementing a major role in the community, have attracted 
more of the best students than ever. Of those who were admitted 
to Maryland this year, nearly 43 percent confirmed their plans to 
attend, compared with less than 40 percent the previous year. 

In its survey of the colleges of choice of top graduates in Mary- 
land high schools last year, the Washington Post found that more 
than half picked the University of Maryland. No other single school 
was even close. 




Why There's No Better Place 



There is no place better to be than the University of Maryland. 
As university President CD. Mote Jr. noted in a Baltimore Sun front- 
page story on March 28, "This place is clearly on a tear." 

With top-ranked academic programs (60 in the top 25, accord- 
ing to U.S. News and World Report), an honors program that com- 
petes with the Ivy League for top students,a prize-winning faculty 
(topped by a Nobel and five Pulitzers, among others), a highly di- 
verse population, and a beautiful 1,580-acre campus located be- 
tween the cultural and population centers of Washington, D.Cand 
Baltimore, Md., it's little wonder that more of Maryland's top high 
school graduates choose the University of Maryland over all other 
Maryland colleges, public and private, combined. 

I n the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, Maryland was 
24lh nationally among all public universities.The col- 
leges of engineering, education, computer, math- 
ematical and physical sciences, and information sci- 
ences are all ranked in the top 25 nationally So are 
many of the individual programs in those schools and 
others, including criminology, journalism, public re- 
lations, counseling and others. The Robert H. Smith 
School of Business has been ranked among the top 
business schools in the wodd by the Wa/ZStfeeryot/r- 
no/ and the Financial Times of London. 

More than 40 percent of all entering freshmen at 
Maryland are now enrolled in high-achieving pro- 
grams like the Honors Program, Honors Humanities, 
College Park Scholars, Gemstone and a growing ros- 
ter of living-learning communities where students 
with common interests in such topics as civil society 
and entrepreneurship can live and study together. 
With their wide variety of subject areas and top fac- 
ulty from throughout the university these programs 
compete for students with the best public and pri- 
vate universities in the country 

Supporting the research needs of students and 
faculty are some of the country's best research fa- 
cilities. In 1994, the largest, most technically ad- 



vanced research archives in the world — National Archives II — 
moved to College Park. In addition, just outside of College Park are 
the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution and the Na- 
tional Libraries of Agriculture and Medicine,among others.The uni- 
versity itself has the most comprehensive library system in the area. 

High tech, engineering and service industries thrive in proximity 
to the campus, offering a wide spearum of internship and work-study 
opportunities that only a major metropolitan area can provide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, a small 
town atmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the University of Mary- 
land, College Park offers a wide range of educational and cultural 
opportunities. There is no better place to be than the University of 
Maryland, College Park. 



University System of Maryland 

Or Donald N. Langenberg, Chancellor 
Charles R. Middleton, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 
Joseph F.Vivona.Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance 
John K. Martin, Vice Chancellor for Advancement 



Board of Regents 

Lance Billingsley 
Nathan A. Chapman Jr. 
Thomas B.Finan Jr. 
Dr Patricia S.FIorestano 
Louise Michaux Gonzales 
Nina Rodale Houghton 
Hon.StenyH.Hoyer 
LeroniaA.Josey 
Clifford M.Kendall 



Adm.Ch3rlesR.Larson(USNRet.) 

Bruce L.Marcus 

David H.Nevlns 

Hon. James C. Rosa pepe 

Hon.Joseph O.Tydings 

William TWood 

HagnerR. Mister 

Saleem A. Rasheed 



University Administration 

Dr. CD. Mote Jr., President 

Dr. William Destler, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Provost 
Dr. Chades F Sturtz, Vice President for Administrative Affairs 
Dr. Linda Clement, Vice President for Student Affairs 
Brodie Remington, Vice President for University Relations 
Don RileyVice President and Chief Information Officer 



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William Andrews, 'S3, Real Estate 

Former president, Singer Sewing Machine Co, 
William Apollony, '69, Sociology 

Senior Vice President, Allfirst 
Frank Armsworthy, 'S1, P.E. 

Former Vice Chairman, Saks Fifth Avenue 
Robert Basham '70, Bus. Admin. 

Co-founder/coo, Outbacit Steakhouse 
Deane Beman, '61 , Bus. Admin. 

Former PGA Tour commissioner 
Anita Beir, '77, Accounting 

Controller, USAirways Group 
Gail Berman, '78, Theatre 

President, Fox Entertainment 
Bonnie Bernstein,'92, Journalism 

Reporter, CBS Sports 
Carl Bernstein, '65, Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 
Robert Bonner, '63, Government 

Commissioner, U.S. Customs Service 
Tim Brant, '73, Journalism 

Sportscaster, ABC and Jefferson-Pilot 
Hal Brierley,'6S, Chemical Engineering 

Developer of frequent flyer programs 
Sergey Brin, '93, Mathematics 

President, Google, Inc.search engine 
Kenneth Brody,'64, Electrical Eng. 

Former chairman, U.S. Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, '71, History 

President/CEO, Lockheed Martin IMS 
Alan Carey'78, Government 

Senior Vice President, Pepsico 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Correspondent, ABC News 
A. James Clark '50, Civil Eng. 

President, Clark Enterprises 
Fran Contino, '68, Accounting 

Executive Vice President, CFO, 

McCormick&Co. 
Larry David, '69, Bus. Admin. 

Executive producer, Seinfeld 
Cindy Davis, '87, M.B.A. 

Senior Vice President, The Golf Channel 
MathiasDeVito, '54, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman emeritus, The Rouse Co. 
Michael Dingman, '55, Arts & Sciences 

Board of directors. Ford Motor Co. 
Len Elmore, '78, English 

Sportscaster, ESPN and Jefferson-Pilot; former NBA player 
Gordon England, '61, Electrical Engineering 

U.S. Secretary of the Navy 
Fred Ehrlich,'84, Accounting 

President, SONY New Technology 
Boomer Esiason,'84, Undergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster, former NFL player 
Raul Fernandez, '90, Economics 

Founder & Chairman, Proxicom 

Minority Owner, W/ashington Wizards & Capitals 
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 
8|ij!i^^ Ralph Friedgen,'69, P.E. 

Head coach,University of Maryland football 
^if. Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 
T&Ji Pro golfer 





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Joseph Gildenhorn, '51 , Bus. Admin 

Former U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland 
Roger Hale, '65, History 

Board of Directors, H&R Block and Ashland 
Herbert Hauptmann,'55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson,'55,Art Education 

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 

Congressman, Maryland's 5th district 
Harry Hughes, '49, Bus. Admin. 

Former governor of Maryland 
Stan Jones, '56, Education 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Harold Kahn, '70, M.B.A. 

Chairman/CEO, Macy's East 
Jeffrey Kluger,'76, Gov./Politics 

Author, /Ipo/to U 
Irene Knox,'34, Education 

U.S.Olympian 
Allen Krowe,'54, Accounting/Economics 

Former Vice Chairman,Texaco 
Chris Kubasick, '83, Accounting 

CFO, Lockheed Martin 
Tim Kurkjian, '78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN & ESPN Magazine 
John Lauer,'63, Chemical Eng. 

Former president, B.F Goodrich 
George Laurer, '51 , Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, Universal Price Code 
Samuel LeFrak, '40, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman,The Lefrak Organization 
William Longbrake,'76, Finance 

Vice Chairman, Washington Mutual 
Barbara Lucas, '67, Cov./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, Maryland Senate ' 

Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing 

Chairman, Wham-0 
Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, Radio/TV/Film 

U.S.Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee, 1997 
PaulNorris,'71,M.B.A. 

Chairman, president and CEO, W. R. Grace 
Jay Nussbaum, '66, Journalism 

Executive Vice President, Oracle 
Preston Padden, '70, Economics 

Executive Vice President, Disney 
Robert Pincus,'68, Bus. Admin. 

President, Washington Region, BB&T 





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Jesus Rangel,'78, Journalism 

Vice President, corporate relations, Anheuser-Busch 
Robert Ratliff,'S8, Industrial Education 

Executive chairman, Massey-Ferguson tractors 
Judith Resnick,'77, Electrical Eng. 

Second woman in space; died in 

'86 Challenger explosion 
Paul Richards, '91, M.S. Electrical Eng 

NASA Shuttle Astronaut 
Jimmy Roberts, '79, Radio/TV/Film 

Reporter, NBC 
Pernell Roberts, '52, Arts & Sciences 

Actor 
Harvey Sanders, '72, Journalism 

Chairman/CEO, Nautica Enterprises ■"""" 

Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicator,6oyivatc/i series 
Tony Scotti, '61 , Arts 8r Sciences 

Original syndicator.Soyrt'fltf/j series 
Arnold Seigel, '44, Mechanical Eng. 

Conceived and built first arena large-screen TV system 
Gene Shue, '54, Bus. Admin. 

Former NBA player, coach, general manager 
David Simon, '83, Undergraduate Studies 

Created TV series Homicide 
Harry Smith, '49, Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, pulse doppler radar 
Robert H. Smith, '50, Accounting 

Developer of Crystal City complex 
Ed Snider, '55, Accounting 

Chairman, Philadelphia Flyers 
Michele Snyder, '86, Architecture 

Minority Owner, Washington Redskins 
Bert Sugar, '57, Bus. Admin. 

Boxing historian; columnist Sports Business 

Journal Publisher, Boxing Illustrated 
Leo Van Munching, '50, Marketing/Bus. 
Admin. 

Headed oneofAmerica'stopimport companies 
Jim Walton, '81, Radio/TV/Film 

President, CNN Networks/U.S. 
Pam Ward, '84, Radio/TV/Film 

Co-anchor, ESPN and ESPN2 
Chris Weller, '66, P.E. 

Head coach, Univeraty of Maryland women's basketball 
Randy White, '74, P.E. 

NFLHallofFameindurtee,'94 
Dianne Wiest, '69, Arts & Sciences 

Two-time Academy Award winner 
Gary Williams, '68, Marketing 

Head coach. University of Maryland men's basketball 
Dennis Wraase, '66, Accounting 
President, PEPCO 




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The Scotti brothers, Ben and Tony, played football at 
Maryland in the late 1950s. 



; Maryland alum Robert Pincus is President of BB&T Bank's Washington region, and plays a pivotal role each year in the BB&T Classic played at Washington's MCI Center. 






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CD MOTE JR. 

University President 

When C.D."Oan"Mote Jr.became the 19th president of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland on Sept. 1, 1998 he proclaimed it a university 
"on the move.'Three years later, under his guidance, Maryland con- 
tinues to move - at an ever accelerating rate - on the field, in the 
classroom, in the community, and in the world. 

The University of Maryland is the state of Maryland's most im- 
portant asset, says Mote;"The future of the state depends on this 
university." 

Fulfilling that responsibility is a big job, but Mote is accustomed 
to that role. He spent his entire academic career at the University 
of California at Berkeley, where he earned all his degrees, taught 
engineering and eventually became vice chancellor for university 
relations before coming to Maryland. 

One of Mote's first tasks here was to serve on a governor's task 
force to examine the funding and organization of the University 
System of Maryland.The task force recommended, and the General 
Assembly enacted into law,a reaffirmation of the university's flag- 
ship status and a commitment to funding at levels comparable to 
the best public universities in the nation. 

As president, Mote is committed to making that asset even 
greater by creating a culture of excellence and civility across the 
campus, continuing to emphasize the highest quality education 
for students, strengthening the university's internal and external 
connections,and achieving distinction as an institution where dis- 
covery takes place every day and everywhere. 

The university's progress in each of these areas can be measured 
by the quality of its programs; the stature of its faculty; the talent of 
its students; its partnerships with business; its impart on the state's 
economy; its ability to apply discoveries to global, national and re- 
gional problems;and its worid-class, state-of-the-art facilities. 

Quality Programs 

Over the past decade, Maryland's programs have been improv- 
ing by leaps and bounds, and when it entered the first decade of 
the 21st century, it had 60 programs ranked in the top 25 nation- 
ally by \iS. Newi and World Report. 

While the university's academic successes are across the board, 
it has emerged as a true powerhouse in business, computer sci- 
ence, earth sciences, engineering, education and journalism. The 
Robert H. Smith School of Business has achieved toplO rankings 
from such beacon publications as the Financial Times of London and 
the Wall Street Journal. Every department in the College of Educa- 
tion has programs ranked in the U.S. News' to\> 25, and the Coun- 
seling and Personnel Services Program has long been ranked tops 
in the nation. 

Faculty Stature 

With the addition during Mote's third year of a Nobel Laureate 
in Physics and three more Pulitzer Prize winners (to join three al- 
ready on the faculty), Maryland continues to attract the best fac- 
ulty available. Nearly two dozen faculty are members of the na- 
tional academies in their fields, the highest professional recogni- 
tion attainable. 

Experts on the Maryland faculty are regularly sought by the 
news media for their views on a wide variety of issues, including 
politics, international affairs, social trends, economics, science and 
technology 



Talented Students 

Over the past 1 Oyears, it has become a virtual cliche to announce 
that each year's new freshman class is the most talented ever. The 
average GPA of entering students improved from 3.00 to 3.72 from 
1 990 to 2000, while the average SAT score rose from 1 1 73 to 1 244 
in the same period. 

Not surprisingly, the number of students enrolling in honors and 
other special programs has also skyrocketed in recent years. As 
many as 40 percent of all new freshmen are now enrolled in such 
programs as Honors, Gemstone, College Park Scholars and other 
living-learning communities that bring together students with 
similar academic interests in a residential setting. 

Business Partnerships 

In order to fulfill its role as the state's most important asset, 
Mote has emphasized that the university must be engaged with 
the business and government communities in substantial and 
meaningful ways. Under his leadership, Maryland has provided its 
technological expertise to help the state improve its business pro- 
cesses through a web portal and has consulted with hundreds of 
Maryland businesses through its Technology Extension Program. 

In the past year, the university also helped to attract Fujitsu 
Laboratories of America to open a research facility in College Park. 
Fujitsu, the third-largest communications company in the world, 
shares a building with the Joint Global Change Research Institute, 
a research partnership between the university and the Pacific 
Northwest National Laboratory. 

Research with Impact 

Sponsored research funding has more than doubled at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland since 1990, adding significantly to the 
university's value as both an economic and an intellectual resource. 
In FY 2001, the university received $250 million in research grants, 
much of it directed at projects that will directly improve our social, 
educational and economic well-being. 

Recent highlights of research funding include more than $10 
million from the National Science Foundation to study a wide range 
of issues related to information technology, from hardware to so- 
ciological imparts of the Internet.NSF also funded two major teach- 
ing initiatives in the College of Education totaling more than $20 
million and taking the university's expertise directly into Maryland 
schools to improve math and science instruction. Mote himself 
chaired an NSF-sponsored task force last yearto study the feasibil- 
ity of voting over the Internet. 

World-Class Facilities 

During Mote's second year in office, the university began the 
largest building boom in its history, with more than $100 million 
in new projects breaking ground that year. New facilities address 
every aspert of university life, from the arts to recreation to class- 
rooms and laboratories, and, in creative partnership with the pri- 
vate sector, new residential facilities. 

Highlights of the construrtion artivity on the campus include 
the brand-new Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center; the Comcast 
Center, scheduled to open in 2002; new classrooms for chemistry, 
computer science,business and engineering;extensive renovations 



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to the Adele H. Stamp Student Union; and new parking strurtures. 
Mote also has led the development of a new campus master 
plan that aims at making the university a leader by example in the 
adoption of Smart Growth principles, ensuring that the campus 
retains its renowned beauty and has minimal impact on the sur- o 
rounding environment. 2 



Athletic Excellence 

Mote sees athletics as an integral part of the university experi- 
ence, not just a showcase to impress visitors and friends. Indeed 
athletic success more often than not reflects academic success, he 
notes. For example,all four of the teams that played in last season's 
NCAA basketball Final Four, including Maryland, are members of 
the prestigious Association of American Universities, the organiza- 
tion that comprises the leading research and academic universi- 
ties in North America. 

"That's no accident," Mote says. "Institutions that are commit- 
ted to excellence tend to be excellent in every endeavor. Our suc- 
cesses in basketball, lacrosse and other sports reflects our culture 
of quality as much as our successes in engineering, business, edu- 
cation and journalism." 

State leaders in recent years have recognized the wisdom of 
Mote's assertion that the university is the state's greatest asset,3nd 
they have sought to sustain its success through significant budget 
increases. Every year of Mote's presidency, the General Assembly 
has increased the university's operating budget by about 10 per- 
cent. 

The private sector, too, has recognized the importance of sup- 
porting the university. Early in Mote's third year, Maryland easily 
surpassed its seven-year $350 million fund-raising goal - 18 
months early. Before the end of the sixth year of the Md 
Vision-Bright Future Campaign.the university had raised about $400 
million in gifts ranging from a few dollars to more than $25 mil- 
lion, to pay for scholarships, endowed professorships, new facilities 
and programs. 



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Says Dr. Mote, "It is no accident that institutions that are committed to excellence tend to be excellent in every endeavor. " 



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CI6HT CON5CCUTIVC NCAA TOURNAH£NT5 • 2001 FINAL FOUR 




YOW 



Athletics Director 

Dr. Deborah A. Yow is in the eighth 
year of her outstanding tenure as direc- 
tor of athletics at the University of 
Maryland ... a year in which she also 
successfully concluded her presidency 
of the National Association of Collegiate 
Directors of Athletics, an organization 
with a membership of more than 6,1 00 
athletic administrators representing 
1 ,500 colleges and universities in North 
America and Mexico. 

The comprehensive success ofTerra- 
pin athletics under Debbie Yow's lead- 
ership is a clear and compelling testi- 
mony to her values of excellence,team- 
work and accountability. Likewise, her 
election to the presidency of NACDA is 
an indication of the respect with which 
Dr. Yow is regarded in intercollegiate 
athletics and education in the U.S.and 
Canada. 

Last year, Yow was named Female 
Sports Executive of the Year by the edi- 
tors of Sfreef & Smith's Sports Business 
Journal. In addition, she received the 
Carl Maddox Sport Management Award 
by the United States Sports Academy for excellence in athletics 
administration. 

As a former member of the NCAA Management Council and 
NCAA Division I Budget Committee, Yow presented a strong voice 
for excellence and integrity at the highest levels of intercolle- 
giate athletics. In these national roles she has represented the 
University of Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 
balanced and proactive voice. 

Since talking over at Maryland in 1994, she and her staff have: 




• Transformed Terrapin athletics into a responsive, goal-ori- 
ented organization. 

• Balanced all seven of the department's annual budgets (the 
first balanced budgets for the Terrapins in 10 years prior to her 
arrival). The budget has now reached $33 million annually and 
the sizable prior debts have been eradicated. 

• Greatly enhanced the academic support services provided 
to student-athletes, with an enviable exhausted eligibility gradu- 
ation rate of nearly 90 percent during her tenure. 

• Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports ranking in the up- 
per 15 percent of all NCAA Division I institutions. 

• Significantly expanded marketing and fund-raising efforts 
on behalf of Terrapin athletics. As a result, private gifts to athlet- 
ics have increased 140 percent and corporate sponsorship rev- 
enues have increased by 275 percent during her tenure at Mary- 

[TC^ land. 

' . ,.*J'V: • Continued to dramatically improve venues and facilities for 
the department's 25 teams. 




• Implemented a strategic 
management model. 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy with manage- 
ment, marketing and fund-raising applications. 

• Significantly improved customer care in every area. 

The Maryland Department of Athletia has made remarkable 
progress under Yow's leadership. Regarding the many achieve- 
ments ofTerrapin athletics over the past seven years. Dr. Yow says, 
"We are pleased, but we are not satisfied ... our vision is to be 
one of the top 1 programs in the nation consistently ... we see 
no reason to settle for less." 

Yow is known for her goal-oriented and proactive manage- 
ment style.She consistently inspires and challenges those around 
her to "raise our sights and sharpen our tools ... to work hard 
and work smart ... to recognize that our only limitations are 
those that we place upon ourselves." 

As a manager and leader, she clearly models these principles. 



She was recently singled out by 
Street & Smith's Sports Business 
Journal as one of the leading ath- 
letic administrators in the U.S. 

A former basketball coach, she 
began her coaching career at the 
high school level in North Carolina 
before taking over as head 
women's coach at the University of 
Kentucky in 1976. She also 
achieved an outstanding coaching 
record as head coach at the Univer- 
sity of Florida. She later moved into 
athletic administration at the Uni- 
versity of Florida and the University 
of North Carolina-Greensboro, fol- 
lowed by a highly successful ten- 
ure as A.D.at Saint Louis University. 
She has authored numerousar- 
ticles and books on athletics, man- 
agement and human behavior,and 
IS a respected leader in intercolle- 
giate athletics in the 
United States. 

Reflecting on the 
status of the Terrapin 
men's basketball pro- 
gram, Maryland's di- 
rector of athletics 
points out, "Our 
men's basketball pro- 
gram has been a key 
elementinouremer- 
gence as a nationally 
prominent athletics 
program. Coach Gary 
Williams, his staff and 
team have risen to an 
elite level with our eight consecutive trips to the NCAA Tourna- 
ment, currently one of only nine institutions nationally to have 
achieved this record. Under Coach Williams' guidance, and with 
our trip to the NCAA Final Four, the Terrapins have become one 
of America's elite basketball programs." 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic program, Yow re- 
cently observed,"We have the finest student-athletes, coaches, 
support staff and administrative team in America. It is because 
of their courage, hard work and cooperative spirit that we now 
have a strong, viable athletic program. I am immensely proud of 
each of them. I am equally proud of ourTerrapin fans who buy 
tickets and ourTerrapin Club members who faithfully support 
the Maryland athletic program with their donations tor scholar- 
ships, and the Maryland Educational Foundation and M Club 
members who serve and give liberally. We have a great Terrapin 
family. That's the foundation for all of our successes ... and the 
basis for our bright future." 



ItRPNOTt : Terrapin sports teams have won eight national championships since Deborah Yow has been Athletics Director 






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cilities/operations units. 

During her time at Morehead State, her primary focus was busi* 
ness operations, policy (ievelopment, and strat